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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): November 8, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 int1910110801_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): November 8, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. , VOLUME XXXV1L The Interior Journal. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTV, KENTUCKY, Tt'LSDAY, NOVEMBER 8th, 1U10 NO 73 OLD & .1 WW I. 'V I Jones etc. Commonwealth of Kentucky is 71 (1 (J. Perty ts (I. W Phillips. John Llppert etc No. 1 OF CIRCUIT COURT "ti. Nathan Singleton heirs vs .Martha 2 Same vs same No 2 ARM CRUSHED OFF TO DF CELEBRATED BY COL. AND Singleton's hrs 3 Sim,, vs Wm Humphrey. 7.1 J I Sloan vs J. N. Sloan 4 Same ts Ed Lear MRS. ROUT SUNDAY EMTO ACCIDENT HORRIBLE 74 Alfred UuskcII vs Newuinn Patton 5 Same vs Ethel Hayden clc. V Itout will l mill .Vrslilin PRESENT GRAND JURY EXPhCT- - 7u Willow Springs Distillery Co. a b Same vs W J Edmlston No. 1. OTH-EPLOY OF LAUNDRY SI, t. ood etc 7 Stmo vs Same No 2 ED TO GO BLIND ill ln'itc th"lr Rolilen w.Mldlni; an-AFTER GARRARD NEW?. 7b Laddlslaw Hachnlzer vs Bell Plum 8 Same vs Slack Cloyd H r.'rv lit their homo hre next TIGERS THE DOCKET 9 Same vs Noah Arnold tuer Bachenczer. LnnciiHtor, No. 8. weie imirrleil In 77 Lurlaa Perkins vs W J Hdmlston 10 Same v.s lake Penman. niiKV .llintrl on Not. 13, llHiinah I'mtlknrr. vlfe ol June Tho No ember term of the Mneoln 78 O . Faulkenbury ts Martha Faul. 11 Same ts Chas Delanoy. 12 Same vs Wm Dnlton vu anil ooti after iiiovwl to Ken-lur- raiilkiur. a colored irnn ol town met ,'f,u,'t court con ened hei- - K,nilny ronbury iui i iiuuii muno lewi i. 79 C It t'oleman vs J II Baughmnn. 1 ! Sai'.o vs Joe Hayden wlwrn tllfy llflte llvoil Plnee vtllh a miMt hnrilhle nrchlntit while iiiriiiiie, presiding Ualkor Tho Brand Jury sO J It Cook ts K J Justice etc. 14 Same ts Virgil MrKinrie. . i.d ralwd a tarne anil poimlar fniul-hsiitlHK at the IjnirnMer laiiuilry was cmimni'cleil and charred ami .Moses Stuart's hrs ts SIoscs 1 Siioe ts Sada Pennington. One of ner nr'DH whs hpeedllv ?.it down to busliieiis There Mi Stuart' heirs 16 Sinir vs Clara B, Neal. iniiKht In the mnrhlnery am! hailly li a Up out tint there Is tj bo some 82 Slattie Yocuni ts C C South 17 Same vs David Harney 'ol and Mm. Itout are. In'!nfil MronK action t.tl.n by the present 8.1 (ler, Burton etc vs tleo llurton etc 18 Ha mo ts John Brunlsh No. I. ail anil will have tlw hertlet eon-- f unshed, the flfsh helnr torn oM Shf M.mil Jur In teR.iril to blind tlRers !4 I 1. DEMOCRATS WIN 1,. C Withers. Itoblnson vs 19 Same vs same No 2 iHliilatlotm upen thta happj ocenn-li-- i tas takn to tho hospital at once, and wl leh ire said tu flourish in Stanford h5 S tllle I) Morelund vs W m Moreland 20 Same vs Same No i If wan llmiiKtf rile wold reooer nml ovet the count; Ufc fact that SH S If Btughrann s Jas 'ioinpson. 21 Same ts Arthur Turner. ALL OVER COUNTRY from the atclilent. hut on Stindi) sue ii in) Rations o' whisky nr,i Mppcd 87 Slary J Hays vs John iy 22 Same ts Frank Smith etc rlaj 23 Same vs John Lee illil about iiuon. IL was 94iupiMod into Stanford eey whlto. b cpreH b8 Addio Yates ta John Yates. LANDSLIDE IN CAST AND TEN ti. both iieRrooo .tliil inei Is lo 89 (I W Shelton ts (Jco Hopkins 24 Same t Iiu Penman Epidemic in County fititn the set ere hock aie had' NESSEE IS ONLY ONE TO CO he t.ikou coRiilxnni e of It It Is said ond !i0 Kmmltt Wilkinson ts l)"ttle Wil 25 Same ts Osle Bllst. WRONG IN THIS SECTION some action is expected from the kinson 2t Same vs Kmll BIIfh WITH FEVER IS MATRIMONIAl met I resent Inquisitorial .t.odv Association HI J 11. Powell vs (J A. Coffey THE RESULTS 7 Same The leseher vs Jim Tall compre-honl2 W T Adams' ndmr vs Oeo Adams MANY MORE AFFECTED. .IuiIro Walker delltered n 28 Same t Charles Sunte. Sutiirdnj lit lich In AMOilntotl Press dlspaliiie atteinonn at ) Jury. 'jr. J II Carter etc vs Martini Hamilton. 29 Same rhnme tu the srand ts Logan Phillips A program was pre-- 1 morning thnt lower Carrard ih W(dnetlu ivmo-railtourhltiK on tiiobs, ciiii'lillnc. violation 91 Clark & Brown ts Kruegor &. Son. 50 Same vg Robt L' e I he matrimonial fever In Milt erv ired for tie occasion landslide has swept the rnunti, .1. In tlew q the Ji Mis 1. SI Goodnight II. 51 Same ts Orley Slason d the election law. ts I)r and Mr. A S Moirott. of .,.k. trow one ntul to th. other gain o' epldetuk In Stanford and Lincoln llnney etc election on Tuesday and the blind 32 Same ts Yank Sllddleton etc. IB Mats In the lower MiMioc ol Con (.imiit ami ieral weildltmn an autd ton, hae announced the nKiiKinc!il liner ell The numbers ol the prund I'd Addle lllblnsou ts Potter Robinson. 3.1 Same vs Wm. Monks Itrt-f 'ture. ol tlmlr- - ilniiKhter .Mls May CralR mid petit Juries are as follow i: gln the Democrats romplete to ly planned for tho T .M Same vs Arthur Gooch b7 County Board of Education i (titilrol of tlmt bod) Hint Champ ('lurk In a.lilltlim to thone rorot anted In the doffett to ilev Crat. ford Crenhham, Orand Jur.-- II l King, loreman. S J Hill, Sheriff. 15 Same vs Alvln Flo)d. t Moirl ha nlreudv aiiniHitKed bin lat Imuo of II I I , and ronrernlliR of DeWllt Ark The brlde elect Is a A Mlddletnn, A C Slnp. Joe Sexton. 98 Thos Johnson vs I Dlshou etc 16 Same ts Hobt Ellison No I candWsry (or speaker to succeed Can which htimlreili of xii'm's have leen frequent tlrltnr of alster .Mrs W r Flod. I) SI Anderson Cook Equity Appearances 37 Same vs same No. 2. Her Allonl, I C Hundley I.. O Hubble. 1 Only Ortllln ts Armcnt Orlllln of this county. HON loles alkr IHnrHl 38 Same vs Clel Johnson. 1 ntltiew the otll) lflt im it popular iein huKlueifl nuili of father l)r Mnllett was imnter or the C b I.J on L lames Forrester ts Susan Forres39 Same vs Robt rather wrniony, for Hooper, the republican tli tut In nam to hate Jimt nilorned l'resli)terlan rhilidi at I'Hlllt l.lck (! A llklliion, I'etll hut -- K Patsy Adams In arue ter yeart ai?o lualon lulf dnfesilid lloh Tnloi llir eUVSReliielit Miner of mi rtttrwr 41 Sane ts J. W Acoy. llrottn HW New land, II II SlnRleton. 3 Jennie Dunn ts J C. Dunn Tin n"Jia.ns ol Mr I N llaseldeii .1 C. Ne-- I. H C Ciimmln tor Omornir ! about IS.otm major- lite tomiR ihbI li'u ot ton n li very K K l 'Jlil 42 Same vs Edward Lilian!. 4 Sally Adams ts Geo Adams. ity larxe and l.owiitlttil ilMmoud tiiK The weie htoiiRht hero Frldat mil Inlired nliik. i:ila fSrlffln. I C Singleton. 43 Same ts Perry Flllson Foster ts Susie Foster John A. I'x. th democrat wm elect. i nNHii ut ol AkKlatant faultier (' In iho Uiiicsici cmiterj Mr. llae Sam Mntlien. I N Sims. 1 N Lit' 6 James &. Actor, ts Hobt. Fntslev. COMMONWEALTH APPEARANCES 6Murphy i d ?overnor of Now YHk b) between I4)h Kmter. or Ut.. State Hank and wis necldeiitoll) Klllod lit a il iKiniri. It Hrtan. V (1 Murphy, I 7 Garr. Scott & Co vs W It Dllllon 1 Commonwealth It Mti-r- t ,"VW anil ns.uOO majottty oter llonno. Trim (Vmimnv ti .Ml .all wnaoii iiiniilne in n his biiRRt, c.rlftiii. I' l I'ock, Jas SlcCormack, ts fas Lee etc. S Slinle Curd ts ry K Bronaugli. 2 Same vs Fred Bojer etc No. 1. wit a candidate. Stlntton lle carried Nuekola of I'lnetlllc huo nlreil iliiowliiK 'ilm out kllliiiK him Instant 11. V Dllllon, S l' I). Walls, resilient of Ikh-o Sam0 vs Same No 2 MniHMiticed One well known I). The ili eased wan n ih HwitwMiiit poertMr and a H. Slur-ih- . 9 Narnlo Farrls vs Geo Farrls. Shoop, I W Williams. liosiue-- a 4 Same Yt sine No 3 many iloitnw rwlic riHtcrmwrnrii with imihk mIiiimii of lh for inanv .tears lt) who has 10 Qulnfella Iogsdon ts Klmer Logs-doII. W. tlltena and S SI O'.tent.. children he 5 Same vs same No. 4. widow and so oral Mm to tirteD been ' "H the tuii for a numbei of odjourned early without G Same Mr Samuel HhkoI-do- The coutt ws vs same No. 5. Governor JtHttxm llnrtMf-Arthur llusstll eaiMu and inwape hi far utixCNthtMl loaves one brother ts Cora ii t.omonwealth against of dim 11 SI P Peacock ts Aaron PAdams. 7 Same ts Irene Burton. Hardline, the Re- haa rbMlklett tn trleiiiU ll'.u h l In Ohio of llrvantsvlllo 12 Marv Adams Cnocli eharp'il with murder v Wm Dalton. r anrotlilii 8 II I'm ton il lipeil a car load of (iooch. . publican nominee b a HWjfMy "u whiimiiie a umatl tut his stop father. In the Turners-titl- 12 Annie Rogers Powell vs Board 9 Saoie V Leer I Same ts Kmtnett Bliss. about ..".O'fl Tlw stMe Ueket go about Ma neik to kM'p "If 'he len'rl niilea lo UllMin, N. ni lifi Trustees Stanford Graded School cestinn, sotcrul months npo. . . tit Ilm i.. i r with him Htiil the democrats rltm UMM'lil fetor Th pioalenco ol lh. ,4 G W Welch vs A. B Sllruclo etc. 10 Same vs Wm Cirtls. ""' liep-Sn- -V 11 Same vs Joe Holt. mi re 'ind hut,, ihmhj ni.ilu.li van dleiiH'd liy the eltt lh 15 Alice Kaufman cs I. P Kaufman without bond 11 Srae ts Rudolph Holtzclaw. COHS'HM'lU.nul gMlIM wlMrftf teai'ieii lat week, end I'rof I A llolilnson shipped a car load in The ourl Hdjourned enrlt. without 16 W G Mr Bee's hrs ts W O SiclJcea 13 Same vs Sd Scott etc. Weodrow Wilson, former president IrelHliil aucvertetl tt at h,. wim tlunk r title end a ear load ot lambs to enterliit; Into the ense heirs Adjournment Hertzog II if Prince iH I nltrrsli. and riiiimim l.ia of nmplotliiK KuariN to pretint CinciiinsM morning 17 Nannie W Kitchen cs Charles J. 15 Same vs J. I'. ta takoii Same vs .Mrs. John Traylor. ixiupltd b C'lmrle Of on account until WednesdayTuesday A Uan-ms a dcmoirat. wiw elected sjut oritur IliloxdK l little Dnu Cupid Hlill l.l Kitchen. Jr of the election man of nc 16 Same vs Fred Bojer etc No. 6. iilMtMiitll inn mmlt or No lorse l ) ''Hi no one Is Halil to hate ens anrf f.imll) entirelyMorod There Is a his docket for tho pres 18 Com'lth of Ky vs B. P .Martin. 17 Same ts same No. Juritv txililiinl pirhapt we mat ! able the towr was with all consumed by ent term ol court, there being a long IS John Jackson vs Richard Wilson etc 18 Same vs same No 8.7 the fiirnltur 20 KUa Taylor Bodin etc vs Clifton Judro Baldwin, whom lloonetell hit to (atrti on,, of the KiiariU fire U.p.thei or his wife list or Indictments nnd a number or 19 Same vs same No. 9. terly attacked, won tor governor oi Taylor and luost ir the clothing Howard Norton BKed St" ami SU lt II suits, set oral of them being d cur-20 Same va Green Guest. nnd elillarln were alto burned. sev-In- torce suits The docket ror the pros-en- l 21 Annlo Stoner vs Robt Stoner. Uld old ItcttuMloan Connecticut by lUiun- - Jlurtin, ng.ed 21, The Misses Mil entorJtlned the Mattle E Eads etc vs Phuroba 21 Same vsDunler Padgett. ftbent slv thimsand majority bore Monday and were united 1 term Is made up as follows 22 Same vs Charley Reld. row. Democrat, won a In marrlaise at the court houu by Kdward Hammond ets. circle nt tlelr handsome home on EQUITY, OLD 23 Same ts Ever May Slack. gotornor of Mat. rut liarlind SlnRleton 3Jeb Cach's admr vs J. J Durham unlendlit lctorv for Stunlord .tret J W James vs A 8 Farrls etc. one of t.ar 24 Same vs John Engleman. ( llrown, URcd 22 and 24 Robt Paragan vs Wm Landgraf. Mr James N l)enn a chuMtt. ilclos.tlpg the present le i'tiarli-cow 2 Clara Gibson vs W llroaddus. Draper 1". aecurcd raids thriftiest tnnnors sold lo Settled 5 J C. Lynn ts Dave Peton etc. pubMcnn Giiternor, Mikv Martin ljmh used r 3 M V Slgler ts J D Buchanan. hate a llrenm Horn Counl) Clerk Cooper and for JROO Five to Mr. A C Carr ( 6 T W Hutcheson vs F St. Long etc. 26 Same vs Will Huffman. In Indlws. tlit? d iiioornt 4 J. T I.avell gdn., vs Allle M Pow. , aihmant.nl majority for tlK-l- r leglslll wen iiiad one at the Iioiim- - of the Mld.Ilist'oro nnd 1 lo Mr llucker. ORDINARY. OLD. NOV. TERM 1910 27 Same vs B. D. Carter. ell etc Geo Statum. Miss Katie l.ee Henn) entertained 1. F. O. Carson ts C N O. At T P Ry. 28 Same ts the tlelels and state olttcor. and tile bride'a pjrenta, Mr and Mrs a 11 ulter-noo5 Slallnda Hays vs John Gray 29 Rule election ol John w. hrrn oter Aiooti jiub last Thursday rhoy nre rpii ttio hmbroldeo Club Frlda 2. SI. B Carson vs same t, Salllc Stuart vs Znch Stuart SO Same vs Dense Craig for'tt bond). J. Betorldge tor United State Sena lar ounR couple and hae lnrty con I. N H Klrkpatrlck ts same. 7 SI. C. Feland vs W B. Keland APPEALS Trhrc was lnrso Ilev I'ntrlck Datls, a noted .Metho- 8 Annie S. tor If assured. congrcssemna In bothgain pratnlatlons t U It Slaughter ts same, C Singleton. tn Cover ts I ji draocrntlc dist minister. Is holding a retivnl nt 9 J H. Cart4, Pearl Daniels vs same. Wm .Martin i. I C N. O. & T P. R. R. Co. vs MurMeKlndree church near town tfUna and Ohio. Jackman. 6. Annie i.nndy vs same. phy & Acton. Younir Mr Pendleton Ji jears oi 10 H. J McKoberU vs J. 8C. vs Buried at Lancaster IN KENTUCKY St S. Baughman, admr J F 7Atthur Hogue's admr vs same 3 same vs same I ne. litlnc on SiiKs.r Creek met with 11 Cummins. Kontnckv will send nine democratlr 8 B. Reynold's admr vs same. j f. P Foster vss John B. Foster adm'r quite a pnlnful accident while pas3lm; 12 W. L. Weller & Son vs J B congressmen to Wnshlnntnn thin fnll, MRS. SUE LOGAN LAID TO FINAL J. B. Jones 9. J W. Cooch by etc vs same. C.I Hippie under an apple tree, Dcing nirucn o. a gain of one. V. J Melclt dreatlnK 66 Sueelo Singleton vs C. N. O. b T. 10 J W Wilson vs same. REST LAST FRIDAY. He narrowly escaped 13 a fallllik limb Urse Rain tor l assured. There a Farmers' Home Ins. Co ts J W. 11 Samuel Cace vs same P. It R. CO . a strtden ind tragic death trlot Ijinitlev. republican, iueerei Acton. 67 JI. 0 Murpby vs G. A. Walter etc 2 Karl Carter by etc vs same. The f unen I ol .Mrs Sue l.or;un who 'lho Ycuiik-- Womens' Slisslonur) clr- - 14 I H. Albright vs Tho Denny. In the Tenth by the nxe of a throuxb Robert Robins died at the home of her daurhter-'.ne met Sundav attenioon at the 15 (1. W Singleton vs 11. II. Logan etc 13 8 E Dwsley vs I, & N. Ry Co. 68 A. B. Sliracle vs B. Morgan srent corruption fund 59 E. C. Jordan vs A. ept law. Sirs II U Hubble on the Lancas- Christian church In Inulillle the demncrita Logan etc 14 W. O. Mulkey vs same 16 B. D. HoltxcUw vs H. II. 70 Geo. 8tatum vs C. N. O. ft i. i: pike, toi.ik placp last Krlday attei Died at the home of her parent? 17 Martha McConcack vs Kate Ol7en 15 Annie Cover ts J F Oover. tMJth fcherley back to Conicreiia and ter It. R. CO . IH Olass Sr Johnson ts J. O. Watts. Miller to the noon, the burial belnp In the cemtery Maty l'elle Parks the little : year old 18 Overton Adams vs J. T. Wells . elected Khaekeltord W S. WIgham vs J. Slat Brown ut lincaster with appropriate daiiKhter of Sir and Sirs. Wm Parks la Farmers' Home Ins. Co. vs N A. 17 A. Horton. vs J. U. Hertiog. Coi.it of Appeals oer lllnnham Wm Gutman vs L. ii N. Ry Co. at the srate b Ilev K M Un- of this county Her death came alter Tho tunlonlsts won In Lexlnston 15 G. R. Ferguson vs W A. Hunt. (Jamer etc. L. D. Harney vs Hamburg Breme croup and pneu 10 Chas Reld vs Annie Dayton etc. 19 W.H.Rout's admr vs Wm. Moreland der ol ttio Christian church a short lllnesh of Kankln carrier by a niall majority of the Insurance Co. Mrs Uiiptn was oer Cantrlll for Conci-eo-won t'In lite John W l.onitn.the widowthe best inonln Mnit Walker Price Chapter ot 21 N. B. Hays ts Uale Braokett 20 Aiex Cooper vs Henrj Hester. one of APPEARANCES. The t'antrlll 2about IPS majority J F & B. U. Cover vs O. W Carson 21 A. E Klrkpatrlck vs K. F.Balley etc 1 ot Lincoln county In . known Mop -' Wm. Severance ts James Duddemr DC met with the titc dMrlrt, ho.e,er. by S.700 nwjor-Ity- his day citizenswas born and reared In the V Breckinridge CrapterKate Dan 23 .Mary Whitley bv etc by Jas Clar 22 Jane Hutchison ts E. O. Uooch. She of 2 H. W. Smith vs C. N. O. & T. P. 24 A U Foley's hrs vs A U. Foleys hrs about oneHhlrd the reRul.ir dcmi Mucoid, and was S"i years ot aite at 23 Richard Foley vs Ira I.ogan. R. H. Co. tnle oi Mondnv No 7th emtio mnjorlty lo W T Stephenson's admr ts W T "4 J O Gastineau vs Sam Griffin. the time of her death Four ch'ldren I he members ol the .Mlddk'Uiu houne i NaUonal Bank Hustontllle vs L. U. Steuhenson's heirs II'il-tilwere boin to her of whon Mrs Dunn. hold on Itlehmond street' who hate 2R First National Bank ot Stanford vs 25 F. F Bobbin vs W O Watts. Mrs Iicnti been m 111 ot ttpt-olU the onlv surtltor vs II. B. Floyd 26 Chicago .Mercantile Co vs S. B 4 am fetor are ml W S Jones. pinrrlai;e Easy Winner Helm An was a .Miss Smith before her Williams F. S. Hensley vs H. B. Howard erlnp 27 W K Buchanan ts J S Henry etc piomlnent tamlly re.ot and u membor ot a b r Hensley ts Berry Howard l.Uler F M Tinder was c tiled to 8 T J Ballard ts W J Walker 27 Sic Feland vs Thos. Sims Sunday nrternoon to 2y J SI. Phillips ts Joe Cpthotfrnvo. 28 II D Holtzclaw vs Wm. Cordler. 7 W O. Walker vs L. & N It. It. Lo i ork Sootts I lucoln county held up her end preach the Mineral or Sire Mar Os 30 Lo Lot eland vs F. SI. Ware s John Traylor adm'r vs John Traylor well In the dmocratle ranks and heip ORDINARY OLD hr's lorn He IS year old daughtei of Sir 31 M V Slgler vs W'ra. Cole etc. 2H Ed Sweeney vs L. N. Ry Co. tho district to almost S.Hi'O, the dec 9 Eugenia Dunn vb L. C. Dunn and Sirs K. Osborn il swell llnrtey Helm's majority in 32 O. J. Crow ' hrs vs O. J. Crow's no D. C Grlffln ts J. L. Anderson L. C. Dunn The Paptlst congregation occupied ond lamest majority he luu recelted, lleinu compelled lo Ro to Arisotm 31 Susie Sngleman vs United Brothers 10 Sirs. SI. SI. Dunn ts ndn.r ery good, this I will offer for salc prltately my the court house Sunday for sertices as '.3 Fannie llutcbcson by etc vs Itutn 11 D. C. Burrhfleld vs James Holinau tvluch Is conhleriMl ot Friendship pike I 1 2 tholr furnace was out or Dx and had 32 F. F. Bobbitt ts SI. B. James. botnR un oft J ear and little Interest turm of I'lo acres on cut-oi- l Jones et. vs A. 12 Curry Tunis A Norwood Uken In the election In this section miles south of Danville and Stanford to bt repaired. S. K. SIcMuIIen etc vs Jackson Sle- - 33 I.. D. Harney vs Rogers. hag reached here ot the Jt Mullen. quiet pike known na tt.e O It Knuleman information Lucs The olcctlon passed off tery 34 Dr. Steele Bailey vs John Horton. 13 W. E. Perkins vs Berry Howard l serlouh lllnes ot Senator W O. Urad-le- Y Farmers' Home Ins Co. ts E, F ti H. II. Boon- - vs Ed Scott etc here At several ol the precincts place on While on n boat going from How. Friday December 2nd. 1910 lu lie countv the republican election J6 Boyle Nat. Bank vs N. SI. Bucnan 14 Slrf. Bell Conley vs Curtis Eghart Bailey etc. lii o Si. Owtns vs W. B. Goode otUcera tailed to show up and other ut 10 A. SI Tin. faun has on It nn ling Ureen he was taken suddenly III 3b S, K Owly vs J. H. Farils. an, rtc. 16 T. J. Foster admr vs Thomas ol acute Indigestion and was haolened 37 J. It. Edmlston vs S. M. Holmes etc 37 Geo. Miller vs J. B. Camenlstu had lo be pressed Into service A lair excellent if 12 twins, on, of the hospitals S8 Annla Iandy vs III ft e A Jones. Mutcalf. crowd RBthennl in iownj durinR the 38 V. C. Shanks vs City of Stanford. new, all necessary out- Immediately to 17 W, R. Dillion vs Thomas Boone lay, but the "boya" hadhnlKhty slim buildings, 3 barns, Kod tenant house His friends here at his old boyhood S Callie H. White vs N. J. Horton. 39 Home Ins. Co. vs D. C Slpple. 18 N. SlcCarty vs I,. O. Dunn ptcklni? for neither side Mad any coin and fencing Is nearly all new, numbc-o- t home hope lo hear soon thnt he bar. 40 J. M. Phillips vs Wm. Lackey. 40 Yates Smith vs J. W. Acey. Irom his illness. 19 Paly Singleton B. P. Slartln Floyd The majority In Unccin will prob ' 41 Annie Napier vs Headley Napier etc 41 II. J. SIcRoberts ts J. it. carter. net cr lalllnR springs, u.l In hluo intlrulr rccotered O, K 11. liaison was In Louistllle last and Bohr vs Wm. Hoskins ably po ckwe to 400. UnoJItclal reports prnss, and clover except 4C st'Ii, t 4: U S. Fidelity & Guaranty Co vn 42 Willow Springs Dlst. Co. vs . . liaison 21 H. H. Logan vs Glens Falls Insurweek with his son Homer Speed. Iron the various precincts at nlRht which is sown In wheit and t)f W. J. Kdimlston "U Mrs John . Stoomes Is In Uotlng 43 1). M. Llpps' heirs vs D. M. I.tpps' 43 11. C Neal vs Rice Benge ance Co ente tho maiorltlos In eitcn as rouows Live Stock. Miller Kor 22 Mrs. V, I.. Ward vs Geo.I.unsford lot u tlslt to her cousin Mrs. Ar 44 John F. Gover vs Jim .McCormack. heirs. At the same time I will dispose of ten J.H5 . Marks Hubbard Sirs Slattie fTiume etc SUtiford No one registered saddle mare, 9 yeara th.irlulling Mr and Sirs W. C. Price of 44 Thos. F. Johnson vs U D. Harney. 45 0. M. Barnes vs Wm. Ben Ing. etc vs Kentucky 23 II, H. Logan Stonloid No. 2 j.t M. B. James. 4C South. Express Co. vs 45 Sirs J. F. old, In fonl lo S, T Hnrrls' Kim; Kacle Is t n SI Hilton ot Stan-lor- 47 Mangle II. Holdam vs vs A. C, . I. Growers Insurance Co. , , Stanford No Burgess. 47 Crab Orchard Banking Co. to Dantllle Mlas Ethel Wheat ts Lena two rood famil) mares subject Berry Howard 1.21 . week end guest of her B. Bastln SUnford No. 4 ronlster, both to All l'eatlne, 1 good rfl.terwas theHusle Hilton. Sirs. Ann 48 F. F. Bobbttt vs Mallnda Miracle. 18 Dunn etc.B. Thompson vs Phil B, 24 A. G. Speaks ts city Stafford vs 25 O Sllss W.iynesburs Fannie 49 Maggie S. Owsley vs Mary A. Walgood driver, 1 splendid western mure ..(..22 Is In Missouri visiting rein-tie26 K. B Caldwell Ts C. N. O. A T. I. Thompson. KIdr's Mountain lace etc. work mule C )ear old. 1 good suck- lloblnirou ' Miss llallle Ilrown has n turn- J0 Wm. Adams vs J. T. Wells. It. It. Co. llUbtonvllle (2 precUK. 7G 49 Waynesburg Banking Co. ti C. W ling mule, 81 oxtra mountain ewea. . e In Kaa-iaJ. .1" to Turneravlll'j Stuart ) Keb. 20, 7 meat hogs, ed from a visit Sirs relathes l.usk U at CI Qeo. Severance etc vs Bart Hlmpson bred lo lamb 1 . .fi' Ueorge Mnk'lnnev Missouri 50 A. A. Yocum va Torn Gooch. hi W. M .McOuffey vs L Long etc. l! brood sows and 40 shutata 1 young and ' Must Leave County vs Rice Benge etc. a visit to Mrs. Hobcrt 53 McClelland Thompson Orchard (2 precis) . Richards Crab ts Berry 51 O L. Castello vs J. H. Beazley etc. tresli, shorthorn cow, home alter Louisville. 17 Jeraoy cow, Sirs, tleorgo . Kichlsnd. Hughei, of 52 Sato Howard. fresh, three yearling helfera, 1 of New York has been with her 54 F. P. Bishop's 5S G. W. Adams ts W. T, Adams etc llruce admr ti Joilah 02 old steer. GIVEN BUNCH TLTERNATIVE iTJ 4 General Floyd vs Cleveland Floyd. Flsloi. Mrs. James A lloyston. Mrs. Bishop etc FEED. latS87 Helm's majority V T. Kmbry ttslted Stanford th FROM MASON'S GAP. Ct .Martin McCormack vs Joe Rise's ji Reno Stephens vs Will Montgomery Ftve stacks of clover hay, 1 of timoweek. Miss Kate Davis In the Eighth 55 John Baugh vs D A. Baugn. heirs. or corn, 'J00 or 400 ter i patt of theu ... vi,wio., heie for a protracted .6 J K. Robinson ts L. C. Withers etc. 57 Garland Singleton vs Louisville Tin On the condition that they leave The majorities winch Congressman thy, 71 orbarrels etc fodder, shocks Delia 57 Margaret Harlow vs W. M. Harlow. ii' to Mrs. Sara Hurt. SllsBea & Stove Company. I.lucoln county within flvi days P. Helm received In the WKhth district FARM IMPLEMENTS. Normal b8 vs Louistllle lonos, and Lee Jones and Luther of i v.ountls, lendlnK him back to Join lh? a J. F. Hailewood ts w. ti. lJine etc. 58 Garland Singleton itais! Tinder, are the Consisting of one mower, 1 binder, tlllla i.vi.iln were released upon their trial hehnpp democratic tnrons are unoniciai i; Tin & Stove Company. nnie q. i.ane etc vs J F. llftile. M harrows, 2 turning plows, 1 culti- S.hool ntFlder nnd Mrs. PJft) vs C. J. Slpple. roic County Judge Balloy last week y as follows: 59 James .McCormack . to tlslt Helm Miller vator, 2 doublo shot el plows, plow Mr unil Mrt. tieorge Uoiilm.oii ot ian.ril, Mlnena MUdleton vs Josephine tin James McCormack vs C J Slpple. They hate been arrested on charge of hnrnesH, 1 buggy, I set or buggy harCoke Co vs E. O. stealing rails, nnd other detilment Hebeccu W est Mrs. 61 Lexington foal tjJ wdcrson tt new II horse title w.tii with week ness, farm wagon, 3Utf In their roiuimn.it ' in the Maror.'g itovle ... . Gooch ,,t ttv 0f stantord vs J B, Owsley, tho Hist of the whest drill, fertlllier nnd ?rnss seed KOO Gap section, and are said to hate W J (i Irvln ts elltle Broaddus Jebtamlne 2 J. U. Owsley ts City of Stanford. Attachment rtc, also lotW riynioiiib .3 7 children sulfer tromtiJ Mary n UrlKtit vs Wm Brlgrt 6J J. It I'pthegrove vs C N O k T out tie n tery bad reputation lu their Lincoln Mitny Mhool white Holland tur-ke- . ilock chickens and Virgil Duvls. another community P Ry Co. Hpenccr constipation, which U otten the cause 64 gute Uank & Trugt Co v, Dudley Terms easi t'4 SI, H. Moore ts I SI. Carter etc tupldlt- - nt lessons rted mouther or the gang was put under Morcer or seeming LinROBERT F. SCUDDER, the same ban but bi'oru ho lea en Madison Chamberlain's Stomach and I.Iyer -- Anne K- - Dltnn B y, m Dunn's hrs 17 F. Krueger etc vs county of 200 SLmford. Kv . H V I). No. 2. .15 day senvs medicine to give R ho will llockcastlo .. n..i.iiu ... ! 1 pair coming ..,l.lv W D. Klssllne Kdn H. II.FTed Von 28 en1" II. Shanks vs James Duddenr tence forlinve. to serve u three ear old maro IUWK.IO r.. nn Ideal mild anu. genua Logan. S. (ianrard carr) ing rohceiied wm.pons. Uio nre ltanson v t7 mulea well broke. 1 pair fi year old a child for 78 etc. will cure eten BR J B Bryan gdn etc v Klwood Shelby These aro the men to whoso house more mules, 1 tamlly mare, 'i year old In their effect, and 29 U V Carter etc vs Lincoln County the bloodhounds led affo the burning Bold by Pen-ny- s constlpatlou Totten etc. Co.i-- 1 a74 saddle tnnre, ponj colt, I yearling chronic Mlio s R K Thompson Fiscal of tho tenant house on SI S ItaugU-man'- s C B II Baughman Tola! V Drug Store gcldlpg. 1 two year old gelding 2C56 place a few week ago. majority Hetn-.'1 Golden Wedding LANCASTER NEGRESS' NOVEMBER TERM 70 U It. Hughes gdn ts Kiln May COMMONWEALTH, Tij !' 11 tf e c w l nr lr 1 '' 1 il'-i- I . n M e IlZr :.. - i ft n 1 I n r. u sor-tice- s K-- tte rl-o- e PUBLIC SALE y Ill-ti- 1 d !' a " Da-vi- V- - 1 & '" lj -. s 2. THE STAMFORD, KENTUCKY iKTBRlbR JOURNAL. DOCTORS FAILED. RESTORED BY PERUNA. MmTCmM window nnd of them n snw Ky Mr. King died or typhoid pneumonia Itobeit Hays son ot (Icorfe Hays, .vhlln gathering, hickory nuts last Sntiintay morning fell rrom tho tree and broke his neck and lived about two hours. He was burled Sunday nrtemoon nt .1 o'clock. Mr. 0. Young aged 88 died nt his homo Tuesday eight, his wife Mrs Young Is thn only remaining member uf the family. The protracted meeting will begin nt the Christian church next Sunlay morning. TUESDAY NQVKMHKK 8th, 1V10 The Interior Journal Established 1872. to the bedside of their son Mr Ham King of Plnovllle, WIN HELTON VWIY 8AUFLEY TUE3DAY AND Robbers entered tho side Catarrh of tho Lungs of Mr T A. King's Publisher Threatened Her Life. robbed tho stoto and MUs store-hous- e post-offlc- MEN'S , FIIIDAY POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge The Interior Journal Is authorized to announce Charles A. Hardin as a candldnto for Circuit JikIro of the Thirteenth Judicial dlstrtst, at tho 1911, lection to be held November, subject to tho action of tho Domo Tlie nnntllle Advocate whlcli boldly denounces Mllard as the traitor at the time hf voted that he nprur.st the democratic nominee for tho treatment. United States Senator, now. In telling "I grew more fleshy than I had been of his appointment ns Ilrndlcy'B prl. vate secretnrr says that 'porsonnt for a long time, and now I call myself enmity" caused Llllard to voto well." npalrst Deckham and for Itrndiov Miss Annie Bartles, of Urlffln, Nobody will swallow such stuff. Lll laru tola the democrats who elected Station, was the guect .f tho Mlsse him that he would vote for Heckbam, Croushorn near Goshen. Miss Emma nccotnpanled Heckham on n speaklnp Holtzelaw visited her pupil, Miss Alia tour In Boyle, when Heckham spoko McAllster at her pretty country home for htm, accepted Deckhnm's money near here. Mrs. J. C. McClary of Stanford, with Mrs. Lauretta Hiatt In his campaign fund when the e ilrst convened told Heckham nnd .Miss Bessie Hiatt, or Hockcastle and his friends that he would not were guests or Mrs. Susan Cress. ote for hlra. "Personal Enmity!" Miss Ina Kobers nnd brother Georce. Hot. Why has the Advocate gotten so of Hubble . were guest of Mr. nnd Mrs Mla Luclle Mallard has roft on the subject? Let It look over r. v. Hhn-.vthe files and see what It said ttseir betn sick. R. L. Smith, of Hiatt, Ky was witn J. .m. cross and wire. Miss at the time Llllnrd played the Iscar-lo- t Edcr Bartles was visiting Mrs. Ma. act. son Holtzelaw. Mr. FVunk Lynklns. The Denton way uho has been ill or typhoid rover, is . down In Marshall county In western much bett."-Itev. J. H. Peace or Ferndale, Ky., Kentucky, Is another paper which fa vors a direct primary nominations is assisting Be. Wra. Mack Hutchins Uw for Kentucky, advocated by the nt Freedom In a protracted nieeUux. interior Journal several weeks nco. The prospects tor a successful meet And at tho T. D. also says wo must ing aie fine. Jtev. Peace Is nn exhave thofe truly democrMIc funda- cellent divine. While driving home one night with mentals Uic hlnltlatlve, and the soon Mr. llarnmn Sobnstln nfMr church, cr tho better tor Kentucky. Hev. Hutchins nnd the former gentle-mu- n were turned over bv someone driving swiftly Into their vehicle. Roof Fell On Him l nis occurred in uarrard. it wns a l, and nn old Key, Th0 hounds were sent for ncd the robbers were trailed of the to Danville ticket office Tho doctors did not help me luiiEH. Tho singing school taught by Prof. much and would never have cured me. now In progress nt the Chris-tlo"I saw a testimonial In a I'eruna Obbell elurfh Is rousing grent Interest almanac of a eao similar to mine, and The piano used Is furnished by FreeI commenced using It. man Furniture Conihny. It 'is for "I was not able to wait on myself sale nnyone Interested apply to tho when I began using It. I gained very l.nulps Aid. Miss Minnie Shannin, of Bollevue. slowly at first, but I could sco that It Ky., Is visiting relatives here. was helping me. Mrs. (. A Stivers nnd little grand- "After I had taken It a while I commenced to ralso up a stringy, sticky caugnier liiiznocui uryant oi iiuecnei. King Mrs. nre substance from my lung. This grew Ky anu guests of King T A. enwu were .irs. n. n, less and less In quantity as I continued .ir. Ninette Porter, liralntrcc, Vermont, writes! "I litve been cured by $14'J. They left behind reruns. "I had several hemorrhage n Furnishings We want to remind you of the smaller things we have for you. The old old, story, told times without number, and repeated over and over again for the Inst 36 years, but It Is always n welcome story to those In search of health- - There Is nothing In the world thnt cures coughs nnd Chnmerlalns colds as quickly n Cough Remedy. Sold by Penny's Drug Store lesls-latur- Tribune-Democra- t, w. F. BALLARD BADLY HURT IN PREACHCRSVILLE SECTION. is sum Mallard was seviv'-- inJ",roJ by tliP I2E0. Fla , otlico away letting the roof walls giving W. been of special drop like a trap. Luckily Mr. Mallard Msitlng his Mrs. was in such a position that the raf- Spoonamore. we ters and Joists or the building, by son Mr. William of tailing lengthwise by the sltl ot hts and Mrs. J. O. Spratt Is ill uf Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana1 and the Southern portion of Indiana and body, kept him from being mashed to Illinois. EAST TENNESSEE TEL. A TEL. CO. death instantly By the utmost effort (ISCOIirOKATKDI Mr. Ballard managed to relieve him- pelf by getting into a more bearable poslticn, but by so doing be severely bruised his shoulder. Calling to Mr. Parrish and the other workmen that bo wtu not hurt much, he patiently waited until additional aid could be "I would like io guide secured. When taken out it was suffering women to a sure found that the injured man was badly STANFORD, KY. sj cure for female troubles," hurt, his right Up being crushed and Inwrites Mrs. R. E. Mercer, tundry bruises with chances of Prcachcrsville, Nov. 8th. few While tearing tlovn f tenant houcu Mrs. on the farm of P. E. Parrish Mr. W. l In Union or Separate Suits, 50c to $3.00 the suit. SUSPENDERS, 25c to $2.50. Beginning SATUfttf AY, NOV. 12th, GARTERS, 10 cents to $2.50. SOCKS, 10 cents to $1.50. I will buy and receive Tobacco at my DRESS SHIRTS $1.00 to $1.50. new warehouse in Stanford. WORK SHIRTS 50c to $2.50. Will be in Stanford on Tuesdays, SWEATERS, 50 cents to $2.50 Thursdays and Saturdays of each week, NECKTIES, 25 cents to $1.00. WORK GLOVES 10c to $1.00 At Paint Lick on Mondays, WednesDRESS GLOVES 50c to $2.00 COLLARS, 10, 121-- and 15c days, and Fridays. SUIT CASES $3 to $15 W. P. KINCAID. TRUNKS, $2.50 to $10. narrow escnp. Anderson, Sr the OVERALLS, 25c to $1. RURAL TELEPHONES. a Garrard, tection about MR. FARMER: Make your home as modern for your family his small tobacco stolen a HANDKERCHIEFS 5c to 50: to get the latest market quotations a residence, and place yourself nights J. at any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service OVER GATERS, 25c to 50c. mules to Sherman which you and your neighbors can get for a that small compared with for the benefits received. Call or address our nearest or write direct to Lexington has T. Smith LEGGINGS 50c to 1.50. "FarTinsley leadquartcrs, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our sister, mers' Line" rate. If you are not at present enjoying telephone service, Let us show you. "! Russell little can immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States Kentucky, 2 David or of had Sweeney hair of crop of ago. II. Cummins R. B. as ice, in position sold a pcvlr of of Monti-cello- , TOBACCO GROWERS Underwear i s--' I "Sure Core" ! STATE BANK g CAPITAL STOCrt & TRUST CO., 5 H. J. McRoberts. B 33S33Sa3SSSa3!33a. 81 G. L. Penny R. II. Coflcy K. R. Colemsn . ternal injutles. Mrs. and Lancaster where the "dear voter ' receicd a hearty hand shake .Miss Ua Pettus Is ut home for a week. The Crab Orchard grnded tchool has dismissed on nrcount o' .he tear of scarlet fever becoming "pldeinlc, two cases reported at pres ent. Kiss Pettus teaciies the primar) grade. .Mrs. B. C. Kirulall and little son, Harmon, of Crab Orchard, were visit-mMrs. J. M. Cress. Kcv. and Mrs. .1. B. Hoberts were at the Methodist parsonage lurpriM.-one night last week with a storm pound party. The good pardon and his wife were almost "pounded to death" and their lardtr was well supplied with substantial and dainties. Kev. J. H. Thornton of Honakcr. Va., is conducting a series of meet. :ng8 at the Baptist church each evening- Tho services will probably continue son-- time. Prof. J D, Thornton "has charge of the singing with Miss Emma Holtzelaw as organltt. the singing and wimIc are quite a feature of the exercises. g t,qua4bes In her garden this season. The vine was CO feet in length and Dure n law number of the fruit, the throw largest weighing 31, 44 and rti pounds e?th. lion. J. L. Kennedy went to Crab orchard and met Hon Hugh Miller, republican nominee lor congress from tnis district and accompanied that gentleman to Sugar 15 rove, Stanford Station J. W Spangler, of Uilffln, some good raised sized icine equal to Cardui. 1 had suffered for about four years. Would have headache for a week at a time, until I would be nearly crazy. I took Cardui and now 1 never have the headache any more." of Frozen Camp, W. Va. "I have found no med- SJ J50.000 President pj Vice Presidents ...... '.VJ , Officers: . . . . . W. L. McCarty. G. L. Penny, J. S. Rice, J. D. Eads pj g BJ . . Cashier Assistant Carhler J. W. Hutcheson C. Hays Foster I S3 S3 W PLIES needed satisfactorily Supplies For the Kirulcrj?atten,"for UicIHIjh School; for all grades. Wc have the SCHOOL SUPStationery. Pencils, Pens, Take CARDUI g WE CORDIALLY SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Rulers, Tablets.'.Uooks.l Fit the children out fit them out here and save The Woman's Tonfc many women suffer every month are unnecessary. It's not safe to trust to strong drugs, right at the time of the pains. Better to take Cardui 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 The pains from which J. H. KENNEDY, KENTUCKY Will be Glad to Serve any of his Lincoln County , money. RICHMOND, ' Friends and 0BEBSEBBSeB8BBW R l,L,Beazley&Co., VJ. W M PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. PETER BURGHARD, OF LOUISVILLE, WILL BE REPRESENTING AT REASONABLC GLAD TO EXHIBIT DESIGNS OF M ONUMENTS ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION PRICES. A. TRIBBLE, Day Phono 28. Night Phono 133. Kentur-Ky-. y i-- Furniture and Undertaking. gi5$fWaf;f0000S Beech Nut Sliced Breakfast Bacon Beech Nut Peanut Butter. Beech Nut Orange Marmalade. Beech Nut Lemon Marmalade. Beech Nut Grape Jelly. Beech Nut Crab Apple Jelly. Un J- - Cincoiti Conwy national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. $ SO.000.00 $ 50,000.00 $340,000.00 W. M. Stanford, "K. CAPITAL SURPLUS RESOURCES 3. H. SHANKS. PRESIDENT" B PAXT0N' BRIGHT. CASHIER. ' A3ST- BCM-EOT- CA8H Walker, Stanford; J. a. Paxim SU'if M; Ueo. W .Carter Stanford; V. O. DIREOTORSI d JI. Shanks Stanford; W, II. Tramr M.tKru Creek; H. L. Hubble Lancaster: W. H Shi iki Stanford; fionfonl; A. T .Nunno W. JI, Cii"taiu I'reichcKvIllo; Lllburn Gooch Gilberts Creek. T (.'. Rankin Undertakers and Embalm. rs. Also Dealers in Fur niture, Mattings.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. We are In poeltlon todnall kinds of inch as lllock Work, I'aTrmenti and, tn fact, we can make any thins from a home down to a fenoe poll. Ws can serte you promptly and luarantee tint-clawork and material. (Jell and get our prloes before too bay your material at lean. n c. STANFORD. - KENTUCKY PHILLIPS BROS., 8tanford, Ky. X FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY Harry Jacobs, Dealer In and Manufacturer of FreshOysters SERVED IN ANY STYLE. TEIE & Marble and Cranlto Monu ORGANIZED IN 1882. ments, CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. Markers and I'oits .(Vmeterjr and Law SURPLUS EARNED, $22,000. Vaieiand Hotteoi. Offlc nnd orki, Mo HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $21(500 Kinney, Ky. Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modem Safety CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I We Solicit Your Account. Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. . W. H. &'(' HICGINS, l Stanford, Kentucky. 'ft 3 MV DIRECTORS. , II. Daughmin, F Reid, S. Hocker. President, M D. Elmore, J. M. Pettus, S. T.iHarris, II. C. Daughmin, J. P. Cummins, 11. C. Uaugbman, Cashier. S. T. Harris, no. C. Itobinson, W. W. Saunders, Ind. Bookkeeper E. C. Walton, . S. Hocker, t; OFFICERS. I can lurnltb the publlowltb the txit, at well at tuelrralivil of cut flowert. Dluntt of all klnJi, bulb., potted flowers, on short notice, aim! muae a specialty oi wrtatni for for funeral purixi.f . Id connection ulth tte above, 1 have all klnd.;of Tegetaules on hand at reaiouable prleei. KO UCUHAMD, 1'KOB. in towm Corson's V. PEST HE A m Rcslaurait. .Prop. J. It Harris, Bookkeeper W. H. Murpby, Mtanfbrd , Kj A. CARSON, ' ' i.niT.'Sin. "IsslJatoaMjSi strxa TUESDAY. fjOVKMBKR 8th, 1110 THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. If you FAUK flM Special Suit Values. If you come at once you can have choice of these Special Offerings $9.95. We will sell you a Tailored Suit that usually sells at HMO to $13.00; Special Price $tt.U5. $14.95. For Choice of a Swell Line of Suits in new rough materials, worth 117.60 to $8.fi0. Special price SI 1.05. COME RIGHT ALONG arc in need of winter Persian Silks are scarce. You should have a Persian Waist &r aM goods. The weather is fitting, we have means. Sec our offerings at rc per yard, $1.00 and $1.M) per yard. the goods and the prices arc reasonable. Come while the assortments arc large. Some of the Wc have some splendid models in Silk Waists in Mescalines arocSf desirable goods arc scarce. .. , Plaids. New Persian Silks 3 ' New Silk Waists. $19.95. For a line of high class Suits usuually sold at $26.00. Price, JHMW. Spccia SEVERANCE & SON, 75 Stanford, Kentucky. Croup ! roost prevalent during the dry cold weather of the early winter month. Parents of young children should bo prepared for It All tbaf la needed I a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy Many mother are never without It In tbelr homes and It has never disappointed them. Hold by Penny' Drug Store. . i, m m If mighty ,cold driving now. See our flno line of lap robei", storm front, carriage heater and coal. J. m Hpcclal fountnln pom for school use cent, 1 and J 1.25 nt Penny's Drug Btoro. I. PERSONALS. C lioorh. Mr. Hubert Carpenter spent Hun-da- y In Crnb Orchard. Mm. J. II. Singleton of Waynes burg, It the guest of hrr daughter Mr. C. Assistant IT. Ji. ' UrVTf M ' Covjngtqfi :j Col, 8. J. Kwbry, br., continues quit lit at bin borne on Ijintnster pike. Prof. J. W. Ireland was In Cincinnati on Saturday on business. Mrs. Will Severance lias gone ti Hholbytllle to nttend the wedding (f her brother, tteoige Pickett, to n prominent voting !it of Shelby. William n )oung pharmacist (il Untfevllhi ha-- . tnKi'i: h positlm In I'unny't. lnig Store Attorneys Robert llnrdlnr, v J filer, John V. Uuk lings, Hnimelt I'nr C. C. Ilarby, of DanvlllH, J It. , Ton'linsen and J. K. Itoblnson of attended the opening of court Monday. .lohn l.ricliiinn went to Lexington , .Monday to nee niter hlg stable of with which he him had iiiulIi hmc i en Die pait season. Mr. T. T. Walker arrived Monday I the, guest of Mr W O. Walfind ker and famllv St.e In enrouto to her aoii.c at Taint l.lck from ImiiIkvIIIp Dr. J. W lii'st ha returned home to Crab Orchard, alter five week tpent with hi on, Dr. (lucst and other relative In IxmtsTllle DlVlROQ ot. Out Ml t Alti -r ffjm Cliutf t- orr .lt'., yir, Iin-emtcr- trot-terr- Ml lphn Trnylor I visiting .Miss Luetic Iteoves In Islington. Mr Mary Hoeves of Islington, hag ruturnfd to her homo after a delightof Itlthuiond, look dinner her0 Friful vislf to friends and relatives hore. day, Mr, Ijin-- I) Jone nnd children Col 3. V. lloldatn, of Crab Orchard. w"a down for a short tlmo Friday have returned from a visit to relaIn Iancater. ktiahlr.g hand with hi many friend. tive Mr. .M. Hell John D. Imbbnge, Jr., representing llurnslde of Ijkncnster arrived ye, lerday to vtst her daughter Mr. Larthe American Typ,. Founder ComOuUook. pany, of Cincinnati,' wa here Friday ry D. Jones Mr. nnd Mr. Oeoigo D, Wearcn bight. wnt fo Louisville for a abort visit Ml Buslc Thompon returned to Tuesday. Mt. Vernon Friday after a few day Col. ,f. M, Ilruce wa able to get with her sister, Mr. L. H. Hughe. out and to the poll Tuesday much Miss Mollle Daugherty and Mr. J. to the delight of his many friend. A. Allen have returned homo niter Ho is feeling greatly Improved, though Mill suffering with hi feet. klcnsnnt visit to Mr. J ft, Itlce wns able to be out Ml llalllr l!ron, of Ivincaster, passed through here Friday en route Hdlng Tuesday. Her broken anklo home niter n pleasant visit to Mis- i mending nicely her many friend will bo gltd to know. souri ind Knnsns friend. Miss Mile Yantls of Ijincnster, SHORT LOCAL NEWS guet of Mis l.ottl Carson last week. Keen Kilttcr ment cutter nt W. II. moved Mr. II a Crutchfletd has and I milling for the Illrglns' to flnrrnrd Milling Company. 'resli ft sil t at Colfoy A: Coleman's Mis Jeanette llnnnett. of Louisville Phone of Mr .and Mr. John ih the Kiiglemaii for a pkasnnt visit. the extra special values In Itev and Mr. Joseph Severance ladles' wilts nt 'i.!'i, JUJR and Tl!l't. nnd children drove over Irom Frank- nt heieranee. nnd Friday fort In an Oldsiooblte U e deliver groceries, fruit etc., pent Saturday with hi brother nnd I immediately after order. 'Phone l!"t; their famllle here. Mr garage Coffer & Colemnn rouklng n great success of his h: the Capital City. For Sale. It. I. Hed roosters, firs. Mr J O. CnrpenNr and Miss Josephine visited Mr nnd Mrs. Jamie S M Helm, Morcland, Ky II. It. 1 Unrpentcr and children at Crnb Orch- K S. Alcorn spent Hatimlay In :.milKVlll0 on legal business. The renowned Clarence K. Wood, i:, tieo. cleaner. legglns una guns and ammunition, also gun severely Injured while assisting In butchering a beef when the large butcher knife he was using slipped and almot.t severed his left band. Three arteries were cut and he almost bled to death before a physician tould reach him. George H Karris. J. W. Ibirke of Junction City wns Oood stock of guns from If Farrls, Hunting coat, vest and y.o to C. McCtary. gut 1 S-- e H.v-ranc- c Mr. Jennie Carpenter's Sunday The ladles' Aid Society of thr school class or the Hustonrlllo Chris- Presb)ter1an church will meet Friday tian church, will have an exchange on afternoon at S o'clock with Mrs. Hugh Wednesday before Thanksgiving. item. If ycu belch, gas have heartburn or LoFt (iold locket, shape of a heart. you need If eonun.'ii two ladle pictures, and ha sour stomach, feels rebellious alter n monogram "J. W, K." engraved. Also jour stnn.ach tab nand painted belt pin. lleturn this night of soclabllltv, two lets will hold It down where It beoffice. Iteward. longs. 50 cent. O. I. Penny guarantees t'leiii. D. S. CnriKter nt At the sale Hustonvlll,. Snturdpy, Howard nnd When a cold becom s settled In the ilarry nmnltz, the fnmous b.i'o ball system. It will take several days' treat pitchers, bought the bulk of the town ment to cure It nnd the best remedy property offered by Mr Cnrpenter nt to use Ug Chamberlain a Cough Itemeu price of $L'.535. They later sold off dy It will cure quicker than any ti portion of their nurcbasc to Mr. other, nnd also leaves the system In John I Allnn for J92r,. The f'amnltz a natural and healthy condition Sold l.oys bought the property for Invest- by Penny s Drug Store. Hoth have ment and Improvement great love for Hustonvlll, their home Lester O'llannon will entertain the nnd th town of their birth nnd arj Junior and Senior classes of the StanInvesting their savings from the dia- ford high school Friday evening with mond In West Knd - property. n German party. a Although the gnme fw Jos explre until the 15th of tn ir.cncn, reports ftont over IJncoln rounty act to the erred that & grrut maar . are alrcon In the neldjaoa und rabllt.H nre being, klllwt at a great rfte". The" Uw now pwrWrai aw. heavy penalty for such yrffs.. js great rriany are 'havhar tarsns lostcd, 'by Inserting (Qflr'lfcfnK it . the Int?ll6r Journals ' ( J,. ,r, CARD OF THANKS- I wish to take this method' ot moating the friends and neighbors In. Uw Preachersvlilo neighborhood tor Vtn help and kindness sbO'snds la onr.' father's last' Illness. j, w. ULAKKKmniirc hii rs ,& EKI CLOSING OUT SALE! I I w'll sell for the. next 30r rtuyr Jff ; a full line of millinery, dresa goods, trimmings and nations just purchased In the city X prices astonishingly low. TUfc ; stock was carefully selected amX'IK: It w'll meet the wants of: tfcfca M 'B.' or any other vicinity. I will sell It at a whole-- r Mrm'. M opportunity should prextnC CORA S. LIPPS. 4f Ky Hustonvllle, m. r I I IV ard Sundiy. day with the hotnefolk. Mr. and Mn. Will Kllfe. of lluiton lilts came don to see hlui Much Interctt wa felt here In the announcement by Dr. and Mr, O. I' Nuckols, of Loulvllle. but temporarily at I'lnevUle, of Ut. engagement of Uiflr daughter Mis Lnlla II. Nuckola. to Mr. C llayi Fwtcr. of thl elty The wedding will take phuo erly In year. MIm Nuckol I a cry Uie beautiful girl and Iiu. ulten v'rlt'd and Mcle hire. Mr Koter I the assistant ied by Hiny Ccnmnltz party her made a Jolly cashier of the Htuto Hank A Trust llllfe, they Mr Ultfes nuton oblle. Monday In ComiHiny. VA a-- lUrry Stag, of hnoivllle spent Crayrraft, and Mr. Kllia Peterson have been the guest Ilettle Phillips In Harrison o! Mr county. Mr. Phillip returned with them and I their guest here for a khoit visit llllams the I. J '., most Col W P. indent IlustonTlllo correspondent, with hi wife will return home thl week from a pleasant stay In the smith, and will resume bis Inter;!-luIdler from the Wct Knd. which have been greatly missed during hi nbsenco. Mlrs Mary I. C.axcn, ot lxiulsvlle. Is the attractive guest of Mis Mna Camniti at Hustcnvllle. Accompan- Mr. Amelia g I j - SHOES f oooooo ooo o oooeo , I .nine, back comes on suddenly nnd is extremely painful. It Is caused by rheumatism of the muscles. Quick NOTICE TAXPAYERS. by applying ChamIu be nt Crab Orchard Saturday relief is afforded by Penny Nov Pth, at Moreland Friday, Nov. berlnln's Liniment. Sold 26th, nt Hustonvllle Sa!urday Nov. Drug Store. ZCth, to collect tnxes, The penalty The Stanford High School foot ball goe on Dec. 1st. Meet me on above 1 McCarty, team goes to Richmond on Saturday dote and "settle. W. to play the eleven of the Kastern Sheriff. Kentucky Normal School. An effort Hon. II. K. liourne of New Castle hjs been niado to get Uie stronguho married Miss Ann Shank of this Tbrelkeld High School team of Nlchocity, has announced his candidacy for Ia8ville to come here but woy seem the State Sennt Irom the counties nfraid ol the local boys. ol llenrj. Oldham, Trimble and CarFor Sale 10 shares or Hustonvllle roll. Nntlonal Dank stock Apply at this r'or Sale. Some It I Ited pullets and cockerlR and Toulonse gecpe. office. Apply to Mrs. W J. Kdmlston, Crah Orchard, Ky Stop stomach distress and all stomach dlhtuibanco In hvc minutes by Here's something good for J., read tablets. Only SO cents The Cincinnati Pout dnlly one taking Mlo-nvear, the Interior Journal one year a largo box, guaranteed by O. L. Pen-imd the Pout's beautiful IBM Woodto cure Indigestion, or monty back. land Calendar all for I'.'SO. This of for Is good for both new subscriber wro renew. The Calenand old on The Presbyterian ladles, will have dar U a lxauty, while most everyone .n oxchnnge and bazaar 011 Saturda knowh what the two paper are. Thin December 10th. All .ire asked to con is a bargain. Send our subscription tribute liberally to the Interior Journal at- once rtr $100 Reward, $100. Keen Kutter line of hardware at W h Tt Mini ot urn ' 73-41 FURS i HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Csmmlttlon. Writ, far prict- lilt mentioning this ad. AND HIDES Established 1837 JFriaPiF'SSItfiC- - JOHN WHITE & CO. LouimLMv. OiJ irTWtf' if n shoes"! FOR SERVIG As usual we are showing Best Line of WORK SHOES The Market Affords L VU VU cr: a mm mffo n H tjpi H il. Hlgglns' ctuab. For Said -- Five room cottage nnd Sr? i.iW well ttoni all necessnry outbuildings; fenced. Apply to Dud Holderman lurt?r For Sale. Urlck nouse nnd two acre of land on Somerset street; nlce cottage on Hast Main street; house and 1T ncres on Last Main nnd n house and flvo acres of land on Dan- vltlc avenue. Apply U) Harvey Holm. . rrf "..".SS - the that loown run ot the t- i- oolr cureriunb neOic.1 tntmny- !" to tb. '"? tro 11U. iiurrn Cure I.nd imucou. upon the - For Everybody and in all oo&oo eoooo enoo oooo tXo0o up the ronrtltutun na wnt- In doing It. work. The J"e m .,.k ,ni ... - . vki mt muni iaiiii II Utl 10 One lIuiKlreil Dollar. lur ny faM lor Iht ot tutlrnonUU cute, AJilrrMF.J CHI SKY CO. Toledo. O. by all UrutcttU. lull. J.muy ran lor romtlpUon. o' in. tnertby bkl owtrorhi Ihe itrrmlh by bulUln nVture t .....t.ni. !. rpr; lht P.i ItU W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY ooooo i - STYLES 4UOO00 O O O O 0 00000 - M $O00$O0O0OO . Shoes That Keep Your Feet Warm & Dry. H&0O0 0O00O00 0aOfOO OOOOOO & Julian Uuckcr and Veinon Haker, The Fighting Parson one ol the best prominent young fnnneis of Hen- In Stin'ord this season, ; .hows seen lJife countv. hav(, b"en visiting Mr IhirL--. . . ... ini.,i ilnyed to a fnlr crowd Saturday night .. t... o."i. ...-erMorgan aim ms The show Is a high class comedy They In t!ie Mllledgevllle section drama and kept the audience inter- (imix to town Monday and paid the ested from start to finish, and was J . a pleaant call Mr Morgan is liberally applauded. The manage- U.f itflilent oil Inspec'or 'or that ment of the Stnnford Opera House nre section of the county nnd Is one or the doing their best J,o give the people the most popular citizens In the clean and high class amusement, nnd their efforts dehor e more llber-:i- l appreciation than has been shown For Sale -- Twelve or fifteen old lit the way of attendance In the past. court-housbenches that came out of old Itev. Jno. A. Kllngiii.in of Cinclnnall Monday, Noveuv will bo bold will prcair each r.'.glit this f.ccli (cs sharp at public cept Saturday nlgtil) nt the church on ber 7th, nt 12 o'clock County Judge. Lancaster street. Sermon begins nt outcry. James P. Bailey, Invited. Services 7:15. Kxerliody agrees will also be held each morning at 10 It Is dellclously palatable, contains the o'clock. the weak stomach, strengthening with healing, IN most soothln. WARE NEW you THAT SEE nnd curaUvo elements. Makes JARDINIERS, FERN DISHES, ETC., llocky well and happy. Holllster tab-letAT Mountain Tea. 35 cents. T ea or NEWLANDS. Shugars and Tanner Miss Susie Crump, aged 21 years, died at her mother' home on the Notice Tanner place near McKlnncy last Uphold We have a saw will for sale with veek, after n short nines ot engine. lever. She wns a good Christian bailer 30 girl. It Is said and was liked by everycash, oat sale, her, Hhe mother Is a now saw mill for one who knew six months, stilt confined to her bed by the was nnen In two. four and with cood notes. King's Mountain received nt the time she ty her husband, who Was Planing Mill, King's Mountain, Ky. found dead nfterwurds, and said to of this have killed hlmelf. The storypathetic A IobIc tfaal lavifloralcs botk old famllv has been a tragic and anu yoiuiy, ur one. and thev havo th0 sympathy of mea ana women, every uui- - lo 1 sou-m-iu- mm com-mun- lt I L R. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin. IW I SILKS s. h-- le nto, everyone. ue yuarni .. " I We have just received' at new line ot Persian Silks for l waists and dresses. pieces of Chiffon ivt different shades, to be used for waists and tolds. Price., from 50 cts to $1.50 yard. Also-severa- Cummins STANFORD, Wearen, d MARX CLOTHES t KENTUCKY. ineiudlnc good barn, two good wells of water, young orchard, 7 acres ot land, all In fine shape. 1 tenant house. L Fine place for a physician. In a good town and splendid community price Apply to - n. Hughes or 2,f.00. l- Tn aintv iioufao 7 rooms, hall, porchen nil necessary outbuildings 1 FORSALEI P'J 11 II 1U-IJ- isll IPScUtr I I HUGHES. MARTIN STANFORD, & CO, v Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes KENTUCKY t. U tm THI8 8TORE IS THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER V. I- - McCarty. penny's drug store Hf WKKKKHLwB Kit !. . 4sa:ci - ti.iXii " - T"3r lam pvrn'uaj(. uoiiio BiaietoB. V MEN WHO CARE Will do well to see our new line of fiO THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. THE FARMERS mont hogs for rale weighing from ISO to .75 pounds. W. II. Land. sale 67 choice yearling steers. A. V. Carpenter, Moreland, Ky. Tinnier Spoonamoro'a salo was well attended and everything sold high llrcod mures sold from IS(! up, l.orso nt $IM, yearling colt .it VI, n Jack nt $56, cows nt ?3'J Co I. I. P. Chandler cried tlio sale In his i(tt Inimitable way 1). II Dlshon has n turkiy hen which N entitled to tome Kind or n tnedul as n mother mtd a la) or. She bus been laying constantly since March, and during that time has raked two bloods or young turks. !r Dlshon says that she would steal nw fioai In' i young ones long enough to to to n ned each day nnd lay, bi't immediately return to her brood. TUKSDAY, NOVRMllKIt 8th, 11)10 Cured I k Ir Splint We Want three-year-ol- d ,J?3lk have used Sloan's Unlment on a fine mare for splint and cured her. ThU makes the third horse I've cured. Have recommended It to my neigh bors for thrush and they say It ii fine. I find It the best Liniment I ever used. I keep on hand your Sute Colic Cure for myself and neigh bors, and t can certainly recommend It for Colic." S. E. Smith, McDonough, Ga. Ms, It. W. Parish, of Ht!tol. Ind ,U. No. 2, writes: liae used lots of your Unlment for horses and It is the best Unlment in myself. theworld, I cured one of my horses of thrush. Her feet were rotten: the frogs came out t she laid down most of the time. I thought she would die. but t used the Ijniment as directed and she neer lies down in the daytime now " I Tur keys r (wkrf Fall and Winter Models in "I Suits and Overcoats Pl.-ii-nr- fr .inil Prfi( In Mn Tlinu rt'tvi wearer. They carr' the stamp of elegance and refinement in every line They cost In Clark county, K. S. Cunnlh-hn- m bnturdaj old his fnim tienr I. Ai no more than the ordinary' about 200 acres to Mr. Bring them in at once and we will pay you the highest Market Prices. H. B. Norfhcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. 8TIRRING Wo TIME9. K. A'-be- New Fall Hats be- - The Hat of course, is a matter of comingness. The many good shapes we who worled for Plena In In his tobacco O. show this Fall make it an easy matter to the Hatcher returned h'To earlier his yeur, has from meet any man's requirement as to Style, home In Mttrron county, and Is looking for a farm to rent to raise corn ami Shape, Color and Price. tobacco on next ear He likes Mn permanently been doing 1 Nunnelley liasome extenxlvo stock trading rrcenll Ills stock yards nro the busiest part for the exchange rtf buying and sell Ing cattle In this part of the State He sold W. 1). Hanson, of the West cents, SO to Knd 15 rattle nt Monte Fox, of Iloyle at $1.60, 8 to .1 cents, 13 to Mr C. Kubnnks it 4 Tnylo of lunetlon City at j:i l' 1 2 Stoler, of Montgomery county, for s:i0.t00. Near 'lnchet''r Chatles lladley, his farm on the Vnn Meter acres lor pike containing 17 . Cured Thrush. PUBLIC SALE e nre linvtng In the building line. enrry n lull line, of llmo, plaster, lenient nnd everrthlng else needed K or) thing purchased for building, bere will bo found of the best quality nnd the best for intended purposes, We will snso nu trouble and unnecM tnry expense by sending to us (or an estimate ll.iung dei Mid to go west I will tell at public Miction on Thursday November 10th, nt J I'. Itoger's plare mrnr Cedar Creelt on Slhtifonl ami Crtsb Orchard pike I J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. 0""" f f coin county nnd warts U locate here iiHlr ear-ol- ,ignwgurots SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Ky. A FULL LINE OF H SLOANS LINIMENT should le in every stable and applied at the first .sign of lameness. Vou don t need to rub, it penetrates. ill kill a spavin, curb or splint, reduce wind pufls and swollen joints, and is a sure and btwedy remedy for fistula, sucency, founder and thrush. mures Jersey oar-od 4 f.iWM, heifers. I red in May. 0 fut Ihirh, hIimi lot or fanning Implements good slock mules, ., 'J- - mr muhw. 1 liortM. loiulug ,rh. 3 brood 1 xilr horse 1 No. .Millard P.obbliih bougt" aiu )f .and from Ucv .v. K. Cow h dnd i n. I! I. Hooch two m'les east ot Crab Orel- trd. for $2.'ii' At the sale ot Wlllla.n Monk at t' COAT SWEATERS AND 1 I m 9! Underwear L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. Diamond Edge Food Cutters Notice that we say Food Cutters, not food macer-ato- rs 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, cots slaw, also has a pulverizer attachment for making cut butter, grinding pepper, coflee, etc. The fastest cutter made. Let us show you. FOR 8ALE BY GEORGE H. FARRIS. STANFORD. KY. PUBLIC SALE On account of uecliuhig health I have decided to wai out my farm turnpike, t miles tiom Stanford -- yins on the Stanford and 1'ieucliersvlHe sand 2 miles from Pre.ichersvUle for the year 1911. sell off my personal property nnd go to Arizona. 1 will therefore on Thursday the 17th, day --if November, 1!10, on the alxne premises otfer at public auction the follow cng propel ty to wit HORSE STOCK: 12 lead of horses nnd mules among them one f.yeaiold Chester SDare mare; well brouo safe for women to drive and good saddb'r; I N'n- j 'VJK)tli gelding three vears old bioke to ride and drive and very geutle; two jcarold Lincoln Squirrel fillies broke to saddle and harness; 1 yearling Squirrel lllly. All the abovmit of good mares. 1 good wngon and farm horse 1 good buggy mare, safe tor children ko ortve to school; I pair three year old mules, well brolte and good work-rs- ; one weanling mule MILK COWS. OK hogs 4 good milk cowb, nit rreah; I yearling heller; 4 calves; ' ..ocUatinB of 13 fattening boss.1 Kri'-l- sows alioau etc.. cart, 1 spring wugoa, 1 two howo 2 buggies, t buclcboard, -- vngou. S sets of buggy harness, I Mueua Vista saddle, I lady's saddle, omnn Uarnesfc, plow gear, etc IMPLEMENTS. 'FARM Hinder, mower, Hoosler corn planter, disc harrow, section barrow, allows, 2 road scrapers, 2 cane mills I evaporator, one wheat tan new, torn abeller, com crusher, 10 ban els of corn, a lot ot good sorgbutu for cane rfeed und nbout 75 bushels of furnlt-ir- beed. g ol such filings that are Household nnd kitchen msnall found In a country ll0,"UL brl er cnn-htln- 100 pure bred hens nnd Muff Orphliigtons nnd iooster, 'Plymouth Koek, Mlack sliver laiced Wyandotte; a'so about lull l.ans-Auans- hBy,W?dnS mnt until jiale vlead. i" TERMS OF SALE. 'ca!in i hand; all sums over that amount n credit or 8ums notes to bo made negotiable and payable In the months will be given,Stanford, bear,-SX per tent Interest trom Uny of National Uunk of 0f,fl paid- - A luncb of hot corfee and light bread will be serred to all who at- - Col J. I. Chandler, Auctioneer W. P. WHITE. ,TV wt: fat Iio:h n . , h.iv 0 cents sows nnd pigs from 5li cowh t.ood to ?'. r.0: horses up to 5117 pries on nearly eorytli1ng Col J ! ("handler cneu m0 sair C,r.rr.i-Price bougnt 17 heart of Phono 90, $li, Pnct, 50c. and $1.00 STAN F ORD. KENTUCKY. uttle of V J KnucklesA atrotter also I tor ie.irltiu. heifers of Hlnnn'fl ttmiU nil I J.S, aril sold two steers for $7') !. 1 LUMilLI ltnrr. imltli.. slirrp Mini i il It ty ru mn, 17 cattle at 1S. A.lilr- lre ,1 T Klgsby bought two cattle irom Dr, Earl S. Sloan, Henry Miracle for fM, also a bunch S rca ... JBJ Boston, Mats., U. 8. A. of cattle ttom I. W Hpaug.er at 4c .1 II Thompon bought 21 shoats ot K cents, II !: Thompson nt 8 Pauls.) loucht 4 H0O pound cattle cents from II 0. Uimmlns at 4 from J P. Mallard some, cattle at 4 cents. J. - Kennedy sold it cow to Hating decided to change ray o Sowder & Mallard for $30. Oibrlcl Noe. one of the best knowr ration, I will on Tnuriday, December 15th. 1910, citizens of the Moiling Kork section ot Alnrlon county was killed this ween orfer lor sil to the highest bidder when at his home neir MrnaiorrtsWUe, the fo'lowlng dcsorlhed property a lin b fell upon him. He was cutting I :() lodged upon nnoth h)iili1 beid of (attic; 44 head of i.iO down a tree which dislodge It to 1,100yearlings, nnd 2 IWil of 'j)o er tree lit attempting to pound cat He; head of hoes a limb fell upon his head and crusueu from l,o to iL'J pounds, in bunches to was about Tj years o' ult purchaser lis skull He GckhI meat hogs, 1 'iirfe and most excellent citizen. five old saddle mare extra good; I one old colt; pair extra good It; hai.d mar,, mules; one pair 15 To Lincoln Payers bund mate mules; two good milk rowi (on. ficsh); 700 to S00 barrels ot corn, nld on ground: S00 bales or FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Don't forget the pep cent will soon hay: farming Implements or all kinds te added to your taxes and Is It 1! wagons; hay rake, mow Everything for Orchard Lawn the desire on my part that any should ing machine; harnesc; kitchen furnl and Garden, have to pay this extra money, there- lure ard household turnlture. fore I want to give all a chance to Write for Tree Catalogue No Agents IhltMS. All hills J10 and under settle up and avoid the per cent. So caih in hand, over $10, a negotiable H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS. I, or one of my deputies will be at the six months note bcitring ti per cent Lexington, Kentucky. polling places on the dates named be- Interest rrora date or siilf low, to meet you and collect taxes and JOHN G. LYNN. deliver to you your receipt.. This will On aame day nnd date V. W A. U be the last call before the per cent If added, to don't fall to meet us on the burton will otter for sale larm now occupied by me, consisting of 1'70 dates named below: acres, with good house anl Crab Orchard Saturday Nov.lOth. building', 1 stock and tobacco barn. Nov. 25th. Mreland. Friday r tailing spring Hustonvllle. Saturday, Nov. 26th. well watered by a well tenced nnd fences nre In excel w. Mccarty s. c. lent condition; l!00 acres ot this larm p. s. grow hemp. At all times we will be glad to have Is Ir blue grass nnd will ou call at the office where we will tobacio or anything other farms In grow wait re "ou promptly and with dei Kntuck) will patch. Make my office your home while in town, you are always welcome. '. L. McCARTY. Ha. lug rented my farm I will on 3EDICATI0N CF OAK GROVE THE PLUMBING THANKSGIVING November, 15th, 1910, BAPTIST CHURCH Kov, I.. I). (Jooch tells us that the at my farm four miles from Stanford khould I',, a celebration or work well Oak tiroM- - Baptist church, nbout six on the Hustonvllle pike, sell to th.i done nnd many ppople pleased. That Is how we intend to clebrutc miles east of Hub.uiks, will be dedi Hut cated the first Sunday In December. highest nnd best bidder, all or my we shnll not be completely happ unwill stock, running Implements, crops, til we know that j.air plumbing Is all Itev. A. J. l'lke. of Mrodhead. t preach the dedicating sermon. There reveral head of cows, -' yearling Het have us take a look nt It nnd If Hnithinx j needed let us do tbc will scrvlrrs Sunday eight leers, 5 head or mucner heifers, i church has been work so It will be otf your mind and preceding. This six years and la Mca'ed In pair or work mules, four and six yoam ours. Then we can both be truly mare mules; thankful. what Is known as Ih, Uoooh neigh- old; I pair borhood, .5 mule colts, 2 brood mares, 1 woik K. WARNER, nare, 1 extra yearling Carroll 1'reaton CATARRH Stanford, Ky. colt, 1 cair, 11 head ot meat hogs. Phons 188. Marvel of The Century, Hi slioats, 17fi shocks or corn and Cured by The rodder, horsepower cutting box and all U. B. B. Tested for 30 Years. POSTED Hawking, spitting, foul, breath, dis farming Implements needed on a Hist charges of yellow matter permanent class farm. ly cured with pure llotanical ingredi(The hunting season Is upon us and und kitchen furniture Household ents. To proio it we will send you a nearly everyone wunts to post his or all kidus and other things too nu- place SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE The charge Is -- cents cash CATAItlUl IS NOT ONIA DANOKIt- - merous to mention. with name.) OUS but It causes ulcerations, death K. II. Duiham Salu begins promptly at 10 o'clock. T. A. Hlcc and deca or bones, Kills ambition M. J. Hoffman J. V. Hughes. Absotuto sale as 1 am going to Ijuss of appetite, and often cuihcs Al, P. Iiwreme J. II. Acton reaches to general debility, Idiocy and Oklahoruu. Terras made known on J V. Itaughinan. J. S. Harris insanity. It needs attention at once. day of sale. 8. II. Ilaughuian, J. II. liaughman Cure It by taking Botanic Blood Ralm A. D. ROOT, (B. B. B.) It is a quick radical permaWill Cordler Frank Cordler Col. J. P. Chandler. Auct. nent cure because It rids the system M II. Lytic. Christ Jacob. of the poison germs that cause catarrh Dr. J. O. Carpentor. at the same time Blood Balm (B.. B. PUBLIC SALEI Mrs. Mnttle White. B.) purifies the blood, does away with W. It. Danghert). every symptom ot catarrh. B. B. B. I'ublle sale ol personality and sevII. (, Anderson lohn M. (looch sends a tingling flood of warm, ricn eral shares In homestead one mile U. M. Anderhon A. r Tmylor, pure blood direct to tho paralyzed MJilth of l'reacheisvllle post orrlce. .1. A. Potter J. 11. Thompson nerves, and parts allected by catarras Rilmlnlhtrator of llnry . t) I' and warmth hal poison, giving deceased, will on Nov. 1U. strength Just where it Is needed, and 1'JIO, sell to the highest bidder tli,. A BARGAIN. On lat In this wuv making a perfect lasting following property to wit. cure of catarrh In all Its forms, IJItUd cow, 1 buggy and harness, a lot of 7ti I 'i acres ol luud in Lincoln counUlbTS or by express, N PKH LAUOK thickens some farming Implements, ty About 4G acrec of fine tobacco MOTTLB, with directions for home household nnd kitchen lumlture und bind, and 14 acres of tine bottom euro. SAM 1'1,H SKNT KHEK by writundivided stales In home ot land. Good tobacco barn 34x48 IK ing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Ga, Des- C acreb and dwelling Sale to com- feet to eavo. This barn Is new. Oth cribe your trouble and free medical mence at 10 o'clock er buildings are old. Qood chance for advice given. Sold by Shugars and Terms mad known on day of sale tuiueonu to make money I'rlco SJ.GtHi Tanner, 8cq U. It. Hughes or W 1. MeCarty" 8, BlanKemhlp Administrator, t rib Orchard, torn broi.rlu ,r t"4, i ". a a new, lined only one yeur. lot ot (l.lckens ami geese nnd xiihi- - lioum hold goods Also ntte lot f com mil hay CUR LIFE MAY DEPEND KCNNADA ROGERS, upon ihi strtngth ot a itmp Itun J V (handler. Auct nwajs oiten Mii-.- r from defective bar l)Hi"t Hxixe rourielr to mi iietw hupM tiv putt I h somethlnr tllnicy on a i risk animal Cur usrnetts Is cual Now Llvor to il Dopot J. C. McCLARY, Stjn'ord, Ky. Q. O. CARTEfi, Street, liir-iKiei Fall And Winter Suitings aro My tinw fall and w Inter hmii now reidy for yoiir inspection. Tuey 1 on the market comprise the an suit any one as to price who has A suit nls clothes made to order made to your measure Is preferable To hao to ready made clothes. them made to measure doesn't cost maul any moro than ready when Uora quality and ft! U In and let Eaauura IL U. KnpiT ta tmcucal TsJJor.S 2 r HE let PUBLIC SALE! Not getting a satisfactory price for my property, I will continue business at the old stand. G. B. taaiaar. "sr J. C. McCiary, iJTllf ar-'rir:Ti inr PRUn T, 'J CountjTax Moreland, Ky. nt two-hors- e Undertaker Office 'Phone 167 L"S5 ijft 8TANFOHO, - and lEmbamer Y. Home 'i'hone 35, l. l. nmm PUBLIC SALE INSURE YOUR FAMILY WANT. AGAINST rl,-h- b-- 1 d W. A giest blare often heads thu news announcement of a tire W'hal'a bandnlly. may hnpiu-in inn total loss Is a possibility to bo dremt cd and aolded. Vou can b secured vhen protected by n policy Issued by W. S. Fish's company, which never rnlls lo adjust looses sparely und promptly VC lead all In the number or risks carried - I ' ! WFORD, W. S. FISH KY. PHONE 200 ' YOUCANBUY Your coal cheaper right now than any time in the year. .' Ulan-kenslil- 1 New-land- Let us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel. Clean Coal; No Slack. I Phone 11. H. J. Baughman& Co. y" TTT