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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j 1 Y t r Ii t 1 flTHE INTEROR JOURNAL I VOLUME XXXV1L STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 11th 1910 No 74Jt SCUDDER HOME BURNS IN COUNTRY BLAZE BREAKS OUT UNDER ROOF AND HANDSOME HOUSE GOES TO ASHES The handsome country homo of M Jrind Mee 0bftrt Scudder In for coun TunllaLYnflernoon otherhoulehold oftheK J When discolored It WRIt breaking out nrflIIgl4tnndthprcThe fighters then went 10 work to save what furniture they could but the flama + had gained ouch u root outtImpossibleMr nt J8iOO It tugs n fine old structure tho old Kngleronn homo on the ruti aQdn1n1I1etised It with his farm for role and will hold the sate notwiihutnnitlug the loss of the house for the tram Is a valuable one Mr Scudder carried 51500 Insurance on the house nnd furnishing which will help sumo We hnd the greeter part of thp hr jwmntt on tile above house and you will find the safest protection and buM r Itieurannu In the companies rnnro Keirnted by W S Fish of Htahford A Mother in Israel PASSES TO FINAL REWARD AF TER LONG LIFE Mr Sara puns Bright wife or Mr John IlrlRht pasted away kt ttietr home on Danville avenue Thursday IIherchllflrpnchock but are bowttl down In sorrow 281MH tdelr bttt friend is no more Mn fit would have been 75 years of ape in December and ror 18 years tlilLhristlalmother In Israel She was married to Mr Aright In 1ih6 and to them six cfhltdren were born W it Bright ot this city John 11 right Jr of Homer IIndtllcsIlulo conduetrdiitV010 oclock by hay Joseph liallou lifter which the remains of the good woman will be laid to final rest In Duffalo cemetery SIPPLE GETS 250 ntTlpIjiur l wan afflraiMi Hippie recover ed J2SO for niMult and battery A SPLENDID BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY A nice twcHstory S room rwtlilonre and halt two porches fine cellar plfOdU well at door good barn coal Wood and bugjr house On same lots tramp utore room 2x 8 contalnlnf rspicadld stock or 1enoral mereban 4JAe all the buildings are In good repair This property in on Main street In a good business town and the lot contains nboit two acres of land Will sell at n whole All thn Im provements go nt J1710 and tho stock of goods to be invoiced nt st very liberal dUcount We have this option quick ialt and nt n bargain Act quick See L It Hushes or W L McCarly TALKED TO CHAUTAUQUA Wednesday afternoon ai 330 P M Miss Meddle O Hamilton field ecrttury of the C I S I visited HIM local chAutaUqua circle and gave a moat Interesting lecture on Hums nt the high school building She also de veloped tho domlncnt thought of thin years COIIITO d mocrn w and the brotherhood of tURn Tnls cuurae fostered by our local tencher nnd I others interested In educational growth should prove most bnnellclal jUromel cured my catnrrh In n tow l Iturke North Iomfror catlLrrhIIlete outfit 1 extra bottle GO cents i 1StatoSenator J J Wnlklns of Union riled at his homo last week of gnftrltlii after a short lllcns HP was n prominent Knight of Pytbins hadjSupl rrlnterdent of8cBool Senator Wat kins kd the lljJht in the laat SenateJ for the county unit WU and cnlweda I big stir durlnfi tbe session by hU tatcmont that a nunibcr or the mem hers had received conaldenvtlnn for violating their pledges to vote for tho bill HEXAMETHYLENETETRAMINE Is the mama of n German chemical one of the many valuable Ingredi eats of Ioleya Kidney noraody Hex nmethrlonotctrainlno IH recognized by medical text hooks and authori ties as a uric acid solvent and anti septic for the urine Tako Foley Kidney Remedy promptly at tho first sign of kidney trouble and avoid a serious maladyIJ mIMlRuIIlIMNiiH LATE ELECTION NE- WSrrrrersIIINIu IILegislaturehascratic successor to Senator Dick He publican slid tho plurality of Uov Mnrmon Is Increased to UOdOO The West Virginia legislature Is Democratic and will elect a Demo cratic Senator to succeed Senator Scott Uepubllcan The Iennsylvanlt Legislature Is safely Itopublfcan and will elect n He fiibliciin successor to Senator Oliver Wiuhlngton has n republican Legis lature which appears to insuro the election of Miles Polndcxter to Sep ruts The Utah Legislature which oleos n United States Senator ulsn Is IeuuhhtnnI IndlcntloiiB to tho election of the Hepubllfflin candidate fur lover nor ul California Hiram W Johunon by a heavy plurality Incomplete returns from Oregon In dluato the election of the Democratic candidate for Governor Oswald West by a small plurality TIO Missouri Legislature which elects n United Stnto Senator Is be lieved to be safely Democratic The plurality of John W Dlx Democrat elected Uovornor of Now York npproxtmates 65000 Kannaii n elected Kopubllonn Uov trnor Stutbs by 10 tWO Democrat gnlnjd two Cong cslIlIIIb In Michigan The Cincinnati Enquirer comas out for Harmon and Woourow Wilson to ltnd the Dsmocrnllc presidential tick ut In UiII 2 A democrotlc govornor was electro In Wyoming Indiana U rMy deinoorntlc Inane Ing the election ot John W Kern onrf 1rynns running mate to the I 8 Senate hi place of Albert J Hover ldnti treat Virginia Democrats elected nil four Congrc mn nnd oontrol the legislature which will elecfa succes BUT to U S Senator Scott a rrpubll ran Woodrow Wlson won lor Jovernnr in Mw Jersey by 46000 The state Uikit and IcKbluture went In with Mm and a domocrsllc united Stale Senator will tie the result The Socialists had a big day I1If1- Yeh et ogreJI Ulan in tlllcouMln ind ejected tbclr entlrS tlcWH in III wHukee rountv The SoclnllMs rote In Cftllfornla was veil neavy Texas elected Colqutt democratic for UOVlrnor bY nalorltye Two thIrd of the members- of luglslature are instructed to voir ior SlIblnlulnn of toalthecon prohibition amonrtment stltnUfln to a vote of the 3tato wide was dpleltcd In Y ii44ouri con5Tes1inulj delegation was cut down to three The state races ate In doubt Tho smallest majority ever given tn a victorious republican In trio llth dis trict was given Caleb Powers on Tuesday Ills majority over tlln Ber tram Is about SCOU Bertram carried Wiyne county Adair and rockribbed laurel Broahad A U Tyree has completed his big cootiact of building a concrete reser voir for the city of Lebanon and has begun concreting for tbe L L N at riillllpfhurz The pie supper last Saturday night given ny the Mlftpes of the graded school was well attended and a lUC cess financially and socially unit t a lot of drinking In town Sat urday right but It was all gone by TiicHdOj which was an exceptionally ijulot any for the election ten Pike and Jamison began n reveal nt Freedom church Sunday night Rev Chestnut preached nt the Methodist and Rev Jamison at the Baptist church hero Sunday El dor Livingston filled the pulpit at the Christian church Monday night A rcvivpl Is in progress ot Poplar Grovo thin wean A little child of Charles Proctor whysh had scarlet fever and was thought to be getting better suffered a relapse and Is In a critical condition Airs Matt Stevens and little son Col- ton of the Negro Creek section have nth been very sick with scarlet fever but aru getting better now Arch Brown who has been in a critical con apron for somp time liar recovered student to bo taken to his slstir3 Mrs Win flout of the Alnrutsburg Diction for n few days MrrharloB Drown and Miss Alattlo daughter of hen Lamb of the Zion uction were quietly married last Thursday at the homo of the bride J B Farris has moved from his far iiion Negro Creek to this town and k occupying the property of Amos Smut across the Creek lately vacat cd by Ben Pike who has moved Into hU own dwelling near Methodist church Cashier Am Hlatt has moved Into till building vacated by banker James Hutchison A K Adams has moved Into one 9f11I1 Adams hones on Old Poonea Fork row Mrs J W Jamison and children are the guests of Mr and Mrs G K Painter Fred Durham came down to vote Tuesday he was accompanied by his wife and son who remain with relattvnu for a few days Mrs Linda Denton accompanlml by her daughter Miss Willie and son John are visit tag In AIHlerabiirg Dud Durham vis ited In Alt Vernon first of week J M- Adams went to Mt Vernon Monday where ho was Interested In a law suit Hockcastlo county gave Hugh Muter Republican candidate for Con gross n majority of about S3 The county usually goes 700 republican nd precinct which has a small vemtbllcan majority gave helm a ma jority of67I HELM CARRIEDLINCOLN BY 452 OFFICIAL VOTE SHOWS INCREAS ED MAJORITY FOR DEMOCRACY I The official figures at the vole in thatHarveyn larger majority than was first Jilt muted from telephone communication with the 13 vctlrt precincts Tuesday night His majority Is Increased th Ir2 a splendid showing In view of the the lethargy which prevailed The vote for the two Congressional candi dates madn up from the ballot books shows UB follows Helm Miller Stanford tit 1 1S-I ND 2 15 Vb Q3 1ta O2 No 4 1 of fI Hustonvllle No 1 lill t4 r NO z I lit NItl till 71 No 4 11S flU Crab Orchard No 1 11 17th No 2 in 116 I Woynpuburs No1 ti p Sit No 2 jtj INo 3 il Otl I5SS 1130 Turaersville lion Jerry Iorrnlton of the International Hnrvmtini Company Is in our cliy this week Hro Moore will rill nls appointment lit the Turneravllle Christian church Silndny night and morning Henry Roach boutN Frank Van hooks house nnd lot for f600 Ikarloyn rock crusher is crushing the rook elf which Air Cosby will build bill new concrete store Tobacco stripping has commenced In ibis community It appears an If Dan Cupid Will vWt tills section soon Mr Jerry Toouibs has rented Mr John Hclrhonbacha farm for 1911 Air John Miner bought llr Joe NewcllB farm of 93 acres near Mil ledB vllle for 9000 1roL Louis Ca I verts show was ut the school house last week Large crowds attended and everything went off on perly Mr ned airs H W McWhorter wont to Yosemite last week to see their niece who IH 111 Prof Virgil AlcMullin visited hone folks last week Mr James Haughman and Miss Jen nie Hocker were guests of Mrs Watt Klulua bait weok Master Ucniile Goode ol Stanford visited her grandfather here last Sat urday and Sunday Air Tarrle Smith left Saturday for Wayne countyto spend a few dOTs with relatives Mrs E F Gooch of Ludlow war has bern visiting relatives here ivturo t d homo Sunday ilr Ucn Goods has had some nice improvements made on Ills house Our school was dismissed from Fri day until Wednesday on account of tho election being held In the house Mr Sherman Manning Is clerking for Air J N Gash In this community next year It will be as tbe old saying la budge budge move on Almost everybody Is gong to move Ureon Hocker an old colored man died on Tuesday Nov 8th at his houiw near Turners lIIe He was highly respected by both white and tolorcd people The who rrlends were happy when Uncle Green nail Aunt Hannah took charge at hog kllline Hogs wer killed nnd salted lard and sausage all O K lie did not linger long he was feeble but his death was a surprise to his friends Davis Store Ed White who tins been on an inspecting tour In the west Is back with friciide nnd relatives In this section Ho specks well of the dllfcrcnt states ho visited but he wont say anything against Kentucky Andy McKinney and wife of JAr rand were visiting relatives hMO last week The people of this section made good life of tho damp weather mat wok in n it n t nrt and strlpplu it Henry iimefi 08 i In n hniur day and ISV Ii 1111 uit nj relaliv f- H Y 11 r o Uny fsbuvr visited his hnhcr C b l VllnrU Hun lov John 11 Ill hiI A in kill beet v and k rue nuv n vaxon and then AL + that hediiiVMiH if u shows ih it tRt iultf rs ptt has gry or nit In s r 9lsoitn arihe hardly uvcit Ct ls a tll mm to every family sd In faaII art 10 buy sonic to get rid of him Wm McQueen Is building an addl lion to his house which will add gent ly to the looks of It Mr G D Boone tells us that the tho drop In prices of stock In thn last few weeks leas nH been doing him much good DRESSED INHSLACK AND YELLOW Not Football colors but the color of the cairn containing Foleys Honey and Tar the best and safest cough remedy for all coughs and colds Do not accept a substitute but see that you get the genuine Foleys Honey and Tar in a yellow catron with black letters Sbugara and Tan nee Game Warden JOHN W FIELDS APPOINTED AND WILL 00 TO WORK County Judge James P Bailey has appointed John W Fields Game War den for Lincoln county aria Mr Fields is preparing to go after those who pro violating the game laws with im punity Numerous cases of hunters out already after both birds and tab bits hnvc been reported and several will probably bo mulcted of heavy fines by the vigilant game warden Air Fields is one of the most popular young fanners In the county and his appointment to the post Is a popular one Pleasant Point Rev Smith preached at the Metho dlst clnirch Sunday morning and lnIng A revival will begin at this church on Mondcy evening Novem ber 14th Farmers are busy In this section stripping tobacco gathering corn etc n E Horton bought a number ol calves In Pulaskl at 1380 per head E O fillllland bought two calves from his brother near Kubanks 11 J Hogue is Improving his rest dunce W l Alfords now dwelling U near lag completion MM Rosa Faulkner IB very ill at her nintiiTt- Tfofn to the wire of James Taylor H boy and to the wife of James Urlf fin s son Rev Singleton and wife spent Mon daughterMrsMr and Mrs W T Flanagan ot Lebanon Junction are with the latters parents here Mrs Ashford Dlshon after atrln to Cincinnati Ludlow and Lexington Is Is now visiting Mr and Mrs James Wall at this place MIH Maude Urown was returned from a short vslt to her cousin Miss Ada Horton at Wnyncsburg- H K Harton wits and tamely spent Sunday at 0 W Leacaa- Mr and Mrs Mack Petroy WON fishing the family of W M Murphy Charles Dunninpton after nn ex tended visit here returned to his home at Cynthlana Friday Miss Esther Murph of Kink + iMountain spent Sunday with Alls Grave Wall Mrs C Urown and son Oscar were suiting relave at Kubanks last tree Air Rllas Harmon of the Highland Hectlot brought to this olfleo an ear ot corn which measured 10 lnch s The largest ever seen In this section Danville Advocate James Griffin and wife will leave Wednesday for Livingston where they will make n short visit Mr and Mrs Tom Alford spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Ann Embanks near Parlor Grove Mrs Harve Watts son and daugh ter were visiting reratlves at this glace H Harmon invites all to call ahd Inspect his full line of shoes mNl1t clothing underwear notions etc which he Is offelng at reduced prices A MAN WANTS TO DIE only when a lazy liver and sluggish bowels cause frightful despondency Hut Dr Kings New Life Pills expels poisons from the system bring hope und courage cure all liver stomach rind kidney troubles Impart health and vigor to weak nervous and ailing 23 rents at Pennys Drug Store Early In 1Q11 the new High Bridge Vhlth Is to span the entucky on tUe Queen Crescent route iylll havo been completed It will be the highest brldgt spanning a naxlgablu stream on lh Americaq continent and lIobl the iwQst tiaBstvo structure at It length apd breadth known to the clvltjted world and will IJXQa suet talnlng capacity of 7200 tons In the erection of this wonderful span muru than twd million two hundred thousand rivets and fourteen million hounds ot tested steel are required Almost two years were spent In man ufacturing the great steel sections that are being combined to produce this marvelous product of American skill and genius The old bridge which has attracted Blghtijsecre of every nation U constructed of Iron In weight onefourth u massive as then Gilberts Creek ufewWe are Informed about Miss tattle SundRY tpontfuesdayMr Elmer Connett who hnd his hand cut with glass is O K we are glad to say- George Richmond Is spending a few days at Stanford with his friend El flier Connect Mr John Traylor Ir who has been on the sick list Is able to IIA out again Mr Henry Tinier Is getting along nicely was able to bo out a little while this week Mr Hutchison who has been on the nick list Is getting along nlcelr Lostfap robe between Henry tray orsand Stanford On tho Goshen J K Connett Oil lert3 Creek Ky f i Tarksville revinotedrallroaifVjtatlonDr has returnrd from a visit to his old home At Mt Vernon Hev Stafford of Perry vlllc In bold- Ing a protracted meeting at the Chest nut Grqve church The stork brought n little boy preacher to Rev and Mrs J W Ed- wardsj one evening this week Louisvillellrenched eveningj entertained party Friday evening I Horn to Mr and Mrs Alex Johnson on the evening of the 4tn instant n fine baby girl Mother and daughter are doing well- I Miss Tilllo Potts has n music class Slit ten person at this place Postmaster Westerfleld has an Irish chimney on his place or business It fonstata of a stove pipe stuck through the roof Mike Cullen Jr wife and children of Matton 111 Is visiting his father and mother Mr and Mrs Mike Cullen Sr Mr and Mrs J T Culton and Mr anti Mrs T M Edwards have return led to In lower I G3 Th aroIsameII A large number of people from here have attended the meetings at the I Christian church In Danville during the past week I Misses Myrtle nnd Cleo Drown en tertalned their friends at a masque I eenlngI Wester were interred local ceme runerlalI Mr and Mrs Hlley King of June l tlon City nre visiting their daughter Mrs Jdfcn W Webb I BOTH SPEEDYANDThis Indicates the action of Foleys Kidney Pills u S Parsons Battle Creek Mich Illustrates 1 have been afflicted with a severe case of kidney and bladder trouble for which I found no relief until I used Foleys Kidney Pills These cured me enUre ly of all my ailments 1 was troubled with backache and severe ahrpfing pains with annoying urinary Irregu larities The steady use of Foleya Kidney Pills rid me entirely of all my former troubles They have my highest recommendation Shugars and Tanner steel of which tho new new bridge is being wilde On account of the superior material of the new struc ture It will have about five times the sustaining power of od orje roai the the lop of the rails of the new brldg to the water In the below distance is 315 feet It will remtlro UOOOO pounds of steel rails and IfQUO ties to build the track across the bridge which is 123 feet In length Thousands of people arc now being attracted to the scene to witness the building of a structure the like of which exixts nowhere else on the whole American continent and Is tit ting that this marvelous handiwork of man should have as its setting s landscape that is unrivaled In natural beauty and charm- Plctuxesquo Kentucky with Its towering cliffs lifting themselves IMPORTANT CHANGES J IN L N SCHEDULE 1t CONTEMPLATEDSOONFAST STOP HERE herethntupofrallroatJItton with other roads for the fat win tor travel to the South the L N vestibuledtrainsAlluntt the two ejecting a junctionI onotfIIsaidtoplacoiwhich goes on rrom here to Richmond It Is said will be Changed mid shake the trip from Corbln from here handling all the local business between Louisville and Corbln It Is said to be the plan to run the old Louisville Atlantic trains on from Richmond to Rowland near here connecting with this branch of the road and taking care of business which the ttirlifr train now carries It has been Intimated that the fast train for the south under the new schedule tray probably IouUvillo and CorbIn However Stanford has a very strong high up In L N circles In the perIson of lion AV F Sherldin and he 1 hap promised It Is understood to do nil he can to see that Stanford Is not given tho goby In the rear rangement of the schedules q Much Interest Is being felt In the outcome of the petition of the pea u pie of Stanford and Lincoln county for a neA depot here Noting hasjcom11ny f but It Is hoped that It will act favor ably upon the matter and begin the erection of n new structure early In the spring Life Sentence gi FOR NEGRO WHO KILLED HIS r STEPFATHER f Arthur Goocn the young Turners tllle negro charged with murdering his stepfather Cam Gooch several ailIncult court Thursday The evidence seemed to clearly sustain verdict Green Guest colored emerged with detaining Eva lack colored was ac quitted IAREGULAR TOM BOY t tenctsItinR rnt l5utJ gpralnjL raises QUi burnor But lewd I BuckiensAndesHeals everything healable Bolls UI sera Eczema Old sores Corns or Piles Try It 25 cents at Pennys Drug- Store F M Sims who has developed tho Elixir Springs has traded it for a 400 acre farm In Anderson county possession to be given Dec 1 tM pouch- Ing of Lawrenccburg becomes the and will greatly improve It and make It modern uptodaie health ro rort Mr Stars has made good money with these springs and leaves them with the best wishes of former guests Casey News I NEW HI HIiRlbGE ON Q C ACROSS KaN s Ury K1VER river F river the river owner more than three hundred feet above tho river line are in full view Irom the train while passing over tho bridge At this point the winding stream hUll been denominated by tour lets of all countries as the Switzerland- of the Western Hemisphere The won dertul height and noweiul strength of the connecting length of steel may be attained elsewhere but the amaz lag picture which nature has painted for the background can never be ap proached In the category of human achievements SUIT WITHDRAWN Miss Dollle Singleton wishes the I J to state that she has withdrawn her suit against W P Martin upon lack of proof that Mr Martin has made any statements against her and that Mr Martins character has been misrepresented to her by cer tain personage Dollle Singleton 2 THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNALRIDAY NOVEMBER llth 1910rf rf THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Eitabllahed 1872 HELTON SAUFLEYPubllshor W BVBRY TUESDAY AND FR1EAY POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge The Interior Journal is authorized to announce Charles A Hardin as a candidate for Circuit Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial dlstrist at the election to be held November 1911 subject to the action of the Demo finable to get a decent Kentucky newspaper to father Its scurrilous stuff the junta which is moving heaven and earth to defeat Senator McOreary for the democratic gubernatorial nomine Uon next year is sending out a print ed hcPot styled The Parisian dated Paris Tennessee which seeks to sbox that McCreary was duped Into making tile race for Governor through a deal with former Governor Beckham and General Percy Haly and that Rufus VanSant of Ashland who Uie sheet says will be a candi date for Lieutenant Governor will be the reel man at the helm qu1I11lTb tamty other candidate for governor who sees himself completely left at the post and aa might have been ex petted from the company of profes sional politicians he consorts with hesitate at nothing In seeking to In jure the chnnces of one every way hii superior A strange thing about U is that while dated in Paris Ten nessee the post mark on the envelope In which It la sent Is Newport Ky while the union label on the sheet shows it to have been printed In Louisville so it seems that the best lying talent In three cities must have teen exercised to produce this docu ment Senator McCrearys attention was called to at Lexington last week and he said about it 1 have not seen or communicated with Governor lieckham in a number ot months When I delivered by invitation an address at Frankfort Ky last February at tho unveiling and dedication of the Goebel monument I net Governor Beckham for a few moments In the opera house He has never announced according to my in formation who he will support for Governor and I have no means of knowing his position on any question relating to the race for Governor I may say the same with regard to Percy Hnly I have seen him only a few times in months and he has not told me who he will support for any state ott1eJ have heard Rufus Van rant sty he would not be a candidate for Governor or for any ptner orrice JPtbill connectorJ gfsii to say t want and 1 will seeK support of all democrats No candidate for a t state office can be elected unless he has the cordial suport of practically all the democrats In Kentucky The 1Democratic majority In Kentucky is lost the state at the lost election of the state officers by about eighteen thousand votes 7 wish to say also that I have made no alliance with any candidate or with any individual In connection with ray race for governor The some circular seeks to sue by misrepresenting my InjureI nak2jf nit lour years older 4am 1 was born July 3 IRIS and every thejItepresimtaUves nnd In the Senate states the time of my birth as herein tinted I am enjoying excellent health and am as robust as 1 have over been and I am as able hs I ever was In my life to discharge the duties of the office of Governor The success of the Democratic party in parimOunt to my own sue cess If I did not believe I would DP elected if nominated and 1 did not believe 1 am able to discharge the iutle of the office of Governor promptly and efficiently I Would not ue a candidate In the present campaign I have nude a number of speeches In behalf of Democratic candidates for Con rfCBf and In the Tenth Congressional District I spoke both In the afternoon iind at night The depravity of the author of the circular Is further shown by the Stale sent that Jlervin Parrent who was Assistant Adjutant General under hilly It now au active person at Mc Irearye headquarters at Richmond Ky Mr Parrent I suppose is a worthy democrat but I am not oc uulnled with him and ho was never a my office or in my hindquarters Hher statements equally as false as chose to which 1 have referred are n the anonymous article but they r ro not worthy of notice except It Is roper to say In response to a ml rep sehuttion I was not In Frankfort t luring the session of the Legislature In 1908 and not a candidate for tiny I tffice It is difficult to believe any candi Into for the riomltatlon for Governor tb connected with the publication of i lie article to which 1 have referred ar responsible for its circulation but tell know It costs a considerable Amount of money to flood the state with such documents LION FONDLES A CHILD In Pittsburg a savage lion fondled tits bend that a child thrust Into his cage Danger to a child Is something grit when least regarded Often It owes through colds croup and i whooping cough They slay thou ands thut Dr Kings New Discovery ould have saved A few doses cur i dour baby of a very bad case of oup writes Mrs George B Davis Flat Rock N C We always give Its him when be takes cold its a wonderful medicine for babies Best for Coughs Colds La Grippe Asthma Hemorrhages weak lungs 50 cents 21 Thlal bottle free Guaranteed by Pennys Drag Store Ayers Hair Vigor 1 STOPS FALLING HAIR AN ELEGANT DRESSING I DESTROYS DANDRUFF MAKES HAIR GROW Ingredients I Sulphur Glrwrln QuMn SothisiChlarM Capsicum Sge Akbd Water PtrfunK Ask your doctor if there is anything injurious here Ask him also if there is not genuine merit here Does not Color the HairJ C Ana tbrrraT LoII 11w TOBACCO GROWERS Beginning SATURDAY NOV 12th I will buy and receive Tobacco at my new warehouse in Stanford Will be in Stanford on Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays of each week At Paint Lick on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays V P KINCAID A Poor Weak Woman As the U termed will endure hravelyIInd patiently oniei which II strong roan give way under The fact it women are more patient than they ought to be under such troubles Every woman ought to know that the may obtain the most experienced medical advice frtt tf dartand in alselutt ctiJMtuct and privacy by writing to the Worlds Dispensary Medical Association R V Pierce M D President Buffalo N Y Dr Pierce has bone chief consulting physician of the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute of Buffalo N Y for many years and has had a wider practical experience ill the treatment of women diseases than say other physician ta mss eoaatry Isis medicines are worldfamous for their aitoolihing efficacy The aaeat perfect remedy ever devised for weak sad 4eS cate woneo b Dr Picrcea Favorite Fretcriptioa IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG SICK WOMEN WELL The way sad varied symptoms of woman peculiar ailments are fully set forth ia Plain English ia the Peoples Medical Adviser 1009 pages a newly revised and uptodte Edition of which eloth bound will be mailed fro on receipt of 31 one ceot stamps to pay cost of mulling sly Address as above I IN MEMORY OF HENRY BLANKENSHIP I By one Who Knew Him In All Walks of Lire for 45 years wlsilIorn832 Ills parents moved to ijncolr I county when he was a spent his long life In the PreachersJ vllle section I will say ho bad his fnults but his virtues were worthy ol our emulation tie was Urie l to Miss Mary Harp in I S5i pad titers were Born eleven chrdren tu bless their union egnt of whoin fire still living ITp mid hlj wife attended a protracted meetlj nt Crab nnarn conducted by Mofvs Foley in 1SG5 walking a Olstanw of our tulle eatn day They both profesaed faith In Christ and were baptized uy that noble old Baptist divine In Dx riser soon afterwards they moved their n enibership to Old Drakes Creek church where they lived a consistent Christian life up to their deaths and Lied In the full triumph Ir Hciiveu and immoral glory I want t tiay 11 never knew A man uore faithful more lojal or onu who fllleil his placu I tl1J1ItbJnto lend a helping hand in every good I work another Rood trait In his char alter was his fnlUifiimovd to visit the blck I believe ue valtet more rick rooms and attended more burials and wept with tJinifi wUi wept and ex tended more sympathy than tiny other living man There wera ther inou liar Incidents in his lifo of wblU 1 will mention lie never was nuu nn ed before a grand 1Jry never served As a Juror never held any oflc ot trust more than tchool trjMfo and be has a tax recvlot for eery yar Bluce he became n tax Layer 1 will say in conclusion I stood by his lied side the 31st of October IJIO and taw him breaths out his last breath as peaceful nrs a baby going to sleep without a move of a uiiiaclo On the first day of Notreubcr alter appro priate talks by the dev Thomiis dw ciis and J F Holtzclaw we laid all that was mortal bcslJo his old COrn panlon In the Prcncnursvilla ccitietery to await tho resurr Rtlan mom Mtiy the cloda rest llgotly and peace to his ashes is the prayer of ono who loved him BY D F LUtISFO- RDMIIMIRRieitIKIRSr 1 CLOSING OUT SALE r As I have to change climate I will sell for the next 30 days a full line of millinery dress goods trimmings and notions just purchased In the city at prices astonishingly low TfMs stock was carefully selected and It will meet the wants of this P or any other vicinityII will sell It opportunity should present CORA S LIPPS- Ilustonville K- yuIRRSRIiSIIIiflRa Frw Fys wusia 1 Sample Solfcrert rtn dig ition are wak peppermintptires1 jC t Jy n kesf fits in the cure ascl1MnltbutJllchnormallYAndThese Is met ng ore to the cure thebreathtaint dices is In redle its will not cure Indigestionisi ulres a scientific laxative We know c no remedy that combines these ro Caldwellilyrupa of a century luathe contlptlonstomach sick headache and similar com musclesthaturally and when that has been p pitched your trouble Is over tannin tlnlIneuttererMo and they 10th sound their C W tr 0 n dspepslapteCDrtie which ho wllSnnly to anyone Lotshaving Peeretdollar a hottl rkareutodesire for yourself or family pertaining to abxohtelyfree detailFororotherwleCsldweliIL4000aidwall A BODY BUILDER =FOR THE CELLS A n TISSUES A POWERFUL STRENGTH PRODUCING RECONSTRUCTION TONIC FOR THE BLOOD AND NERVOUS SYSTEM A Rattle Purchased Today Starts Yon Right ea tae Road to Health Guaranteed to Give Satis faction or Money Refunded SOLD BY PENNYS DRUG STORE TEMPERANCELESSON swig Weal Lew to fev M 1111 s ear Anaaed kr nile Paper LMMB TtitUatlhw 1toL Memory TWO It- Oo1da TutWatdl and Pray that temptatloaMattx41 Ta disciples bad aeeeptad Jus Lathe Messiah sad chosra the way which 14 to the ectabUahmefit of the kingdom of God Bat they ww In the mMtttiBM to sdar great tmaptailoas and dttDcu1Uu 1111 taslaM trltni latkroa hatred prisons death disas ten artquakcs pMtlUaeto dUel glee waxing eeU false prophets aNa tag start falling the sua lubethe moon turned Into biped the pow en o haven ababa wwh u had not bee from the tofteaUf of the worldthen Christ sars to fate dls- efel s VMB tCM UOaO UtfB tO eoaM to paaa tfeta look ip and lift up year hide tor rev r4Ma Uoa draw U upl k Y tsar va at eh 4eenM bt he aIM adds Walsh tbweter Be ralso rwdy V ar r know not on what day yea Lord cosxtfa The penWe of the Sg tree Is a baaUfal IU ctratloa aaowlas as that while we eaaaot know wILes Christ U astac w have wantftf eo as to be OB guard as u ant etgaa of sprtac bid M prtpar Cor tH sacBmsr Tata rtaersUce that to wall sen who veto listening to Ma should still bet alive u he htmsaU said The time to watch te at the bet nine of the eoma that leads to this results The day of Jadgnxat ta the end of the coorse the choice UN at the baglnnlag Those really watched who wo foresaw the future sad the true Ideal of their lire that from the beginning they went on toward It by the only path that led to It Thy were faith ful In every duty They served their Lord by obedience The restated ev err temptation They wore on their gaud against every wile of the d rlL They were wide awake watt oya opea to every oppcrtaaitj to the signs of the time to new way and mean anti possibilities Bleeeed U that ivrnai whoa his lord when he eoeseth shah tai M 4o tec VerUy I say sate yea fat bo shall teak him racer ever aO MIl coo To this who so rssetW wade atratted the Wa Aoa of kecrea M theBMrfe sad tor the word Those failed to wetan who were w absorbed ta their own aUh plea are sad galas that they atfjlecfceJ their duties forgot their Meters ta terecU were eye erraaU nil folly wa teteatlfled by bee4aata to eat sad drtak with the dnrakeo They took the road that led to dettraetlea Rev 8 d or third cousin of AbrahrMooch Jean age devised a most vivid tempsrance lecture called The Black Valley Rail road which he Illustrated by a Urge chart It Is given In a book called The Crystal River The land of the Crystal River Is the land which all children enter when they come Into this world To live in the lAnd of the Crystal River the land of temperance ot snit control of good character of highest usefulness of prosperity of religion of heaven should be the hope and the aim of everyone The Black Valley country Is sites ed In an extensive lowland lying between an elevated and extremely far tile and beautiful region called the JLnd of the Crystal River bounding it upon its upper limits aDAa vast and unexplored desert forming 1U Ipwer boundary VIce and crime abound numerable drunkards and criminals ra Iou there Prisons and poor fake She place of churches and sojiool horses The man In the oohulnft tower at the junction of the Black Valley rail road with the railroad to temperance would guide all youthful travelers t6 the better way He uriall to kcek the highest and best life fae are building a house for ourselves a body In which we must live and a character in which our soul must abide God would have us pos seas a perfect body and to put away everything which injures health which brings weakness or disease He would have us form a noble character of which we will not be aahanred which will fit us for heaven and usefulness and the company of the good We cannot cheat God bat we can cheat our aches By using strong drink in any quantity whatever we are skimping degrading making poor and weak the house we have got to live In Every drunkard was once an Innocent child Every one was lint a moderate drinker No ono ever yet became a drunkard who refused to touch intoxicating drink Not alt who drink moderately do become drunkards but no one ever became a drunkard who did not lint drink moderately- It Is terrible to let a habit begin In youth which will Impel us to go on do lag wrong against reason against the power to help others against love of God of man and of country The story Is told of a rich young man who sat at a dinner table with a number of friends and babbled drunk en foolishness all the long evening One of his friends was a court stenog rapher Belied by aa idea for the help of hIs friend ha stenographieally reported every word that the latter uttered The next day be bad these notes transcribed and sent to the man himself The latter shocked could scareely believe that he himself had impended ta sash a level of tataO Mr lUU tlu ny a au talks whet tII ta seq tibr MENS Furnishings 1 U We want to remind you of the smaller things we have for you Underwear In Union or Separate Suits 50c to 300 the suit- SUSPENDERS 25c to 250 GARTERS 10 cents to 250 SOCKS 10 cents to 150 DRESS SHIRTS 100 to 150 WORK SHIRTS 50c to 250 SWEATERS 50 cents to 250 NECKTIES 25 cents to 100 WORK GLOVES lOc 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 HANDKERCHIEFS 5c to 50 OVER GATERS 25c to 50c LEGGINGS 50c to 150 Letus show your H J McRobertsIft i Hog Box Bottoms i I i Keenr9 1 Cutters I Keen Cutter Butcher d j Knives I W H HIGGINSJ fit 1 Stanford Kentucky a y- flEslri I Oi H iOO H H H FstlFNtiflE 2 I JLBeazleyCo I Undertakers and Embalm WI Also Dealer in Fur aiture Matting8Rugf They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Harry JacobsDealer In and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Manu nlonte Marken and Port Cemetery and Law Val4l and BeUetw Office and works Mo Kinney Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I can furnish the public with the best as well as the freshest of cnt flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted powers on short wreathsforaUklndotprice OHUIBTMAN HOUREsED 8tllllord X W A TRIBBLE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford HenturHv CONCRETINGr We are la lion todo aU kinds ot eonoretiag such as Block Workand in tact Patemenswe CAn make any hl fromhouse down ato a fence post We see serveyou promptly and uarntH art elaeswork and material Jail and let our pricesbefore yea buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky FreshOysters SERVED IN ANY STYLE Ii1Tn JIL llIN11WINl 7TtCirsins Resiawatt- W A CARSON pr I 1FItIDAY NOYKMBKH IHh 1610 IiiTHE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL PAULr S i SPJECXx Srt711 7LL7E5 11 995 We will sell you a TailoredJSiiit that usually sells at 41 150 to 1350 Special Price tU 5 t IIIJpeelalDrugStoreL PERSONALS 1 1S 11 Williams Is in Jacknon Tenn lstnlng his brother J II Wllllanm Sum Mngee came from Doyle to Crab Orchard to vote Tuesday Mho Ettelle Walker of Paint Lick iii thn guest of Mil Dell0 Denny I CoL M F Klkln of Lexington who has always held Stanford us his vot lug residence came over Tuesday to vote for Helm Mrs Bessie UcKlnncy went up to crab Orchard Thursday to visit Miss tior die Jtedd Mr and Airs Lai ton Hiker Mr and Mrs Tully XVItbnrspoon nnd Mrs n W Oruhbn of Hnrrodsburg stop ped by hero for a while Wednesday iii route homo from Lancaster In Mr RikerM auto Mm Mary titrnu attended the funeral of her nephew W 0 King atr Ilnevllle last week Mien Jean liuchnan of Crab Or chard arrived from LouUvlllo last evening to visit her sister Mrs A Ayldbms 8ho was accompanied by her niece MlM Jane Addania who nan been with her aunt Mlna Jean Uruco + llnldcrronn for several days Frank fort sews Mr and Mrs Joe hrrll will leave in about two weeks for Orlando Flo where they will spend the winter Danrtlle Advocate r Mrs Nannie Perkins of Rubank la the guest of her nephew Mrs Joha Perkins at Junction City S Rev 0 M Huey of Somerset wna hi Lancaster this week where he con ducted the funcril of the late Mra Mary fancy ONeal trodhead IsthWIIJlamebllrgon Rev Clarence J Hippie of London was here on business several days tills week Mr Clifton P Tntura representing IndianapolisIs tard to a new map of Kentucky Miss Sadie Haughrann of Huston PeachieItaughman Mrs M S Uaughman Is spending a week with Mr and Mrs J K Dough wan and family at Hustonvllle Kugrno II ttllpon son ot Josh Wit eon of tho Hast End wno tins been connected with the business depart mont of tho East Kentucky State Normal School nt Richmond hits recently accepted a lucrative position with the WilYCotilYnlor Took Hubble of county wns n prominent visitor her Monday Hot Ides being a leading poll Uclnn be Is an export tanner aim stockman and dals hopvily In mule When the rush of elections ore over bo ilouw the old clothing anil gets out on the farm but always keeps In touch with political moves in which hI Is Interested no matter how tar hit o away from the seat of war His home Is near Hubblo Lincoln county equal distance from Danrtlle Lancaster Stanford and Junction City Richmond Climax Miss Rhoda LunaTorjJ died at the borne of her niece Mrs W B Var non at Hcndersonvtlle N C and the remains were cbrought here for burial Wednesday night and laid to rest In Uuffalo cemetery She was about 70 years of age anti bad many friends anJ relatives here who will mourn her loss j Judge Wise DearA People I I havejustr arrived in Stanford under contract with Cummins t Wearen to give you the benefit of my illustrated I philosophy and to bringI home to youthe merits ot this Clothing and Shoe Store My mission is to entertain and benefit the largo and intelligent audi I ence within sight of my picture See next issUeeYours truly JUDGE WISE H7f ffi1 ORE Its JHOME OF HA RT SCHAFFNEH AMAKX CLOTHE 1495V For Choice of a Swell Line of Suits in new rough materials worth W60 to 1850 Special price 1405 J r I q4L bArnN0 POWDER Absolutely Pure powdereDream of Tartar No Alum No Lime Phosphate u SHORT LOCAL NEWS Heinz now apple butter at W H Higgins lieu laugh H I I onof Gardens vlllc Virginia has been called to the lattorote of the Stanford Presbyter nextSundayDr Hudson has not yet accepted the call as ho desires to look over the field and familiarize himself with the work to be done before deciding fin ally what he will do He has been very highly recommended to the church seticesSunday morning and night All anInvited IIH Crmsfleld of Transylvania Unwarily Lexlnnlon will preach at the Christian church Sunday morning And evening Big Sandy sorghum nt W II Higgins I NOTICE TAXPAYERS I will at Crab Orchard Saturday Nov 19that Morclnnd Friday Nov 25th at Hustonvlllo Saturday Nov 26th to collect taxes The penalty goes on Dec let Meet me on above dates and settle W L McCarty Sheriff For SaloSomeft I Red pullets and cockerels and Toulonse geese Apply to Mrs W J Kdmlston Crab Orchard Ky 734p a Heres something good for I J read era The Cincinnati Post dally one year the Interior Journal one year and tho Posts beautiful 1911 Woodland Calendar all for 260 This offer la good for both new subscribers mid old ones who renew Tho Calendar Is a beauty while most everyone knows what the two papers ore Thin la a bargain Send your subscription- to the Interior Journal at once Wm Braden and Miss Alice Cun ningham a prominent young couple of the Kings Mountain section wore united In marriage tt the home of the briars last week by Rev A O Coker They have many friends who wlsn thorn much happiness The teachertraining class of tho Baptist church will meet at the house of Mrs Jesse Wearen Friday evening nt 730 P M All who are Interested find wish to take time work are In oiled to come For Sale Ilrlck house and two acres of land on Somerset street nice cottage on East Main street house and 26 acres on East Main and a house and five acres of land on Dan ville avenue Apply to Harvey Helm FOR SALE Two story house 7 room 1 hall h porches nit necfessary outbuildings Including good barn 10 good wells or water young 7 ncreo hind nil in shape 1 tenant house Fine place Kit i physician in a good town and splendid community price 2500 Apply to I R Hughes or W L McCarty Sunday service Jit the Daptlct church Preaching service at 10 46 A M Subject of morning sermon The Christian Reward Sunday behool and D Y P U at OM5 ofRev Hugh H Hudson Gordons Mllo Vu who was recently called to tho pastorate of tho Presbyterian church here will arrive this week to look over the field and will preach at that church next Sunday morning and eenlng I St4ourn JCI I tofnetexclusive cccncy Jidrtons restau Lot L Gold locket shape of a heart heEmonogram thisofficelustoavlllNalloaal0 office bugglellGndRros The Presbyterian ladles will have SnturdaDeclmhtrtribute liberally Constipation indigestion drive awny appetite and make you weak Mountainrradisease builds up the system 35 j andTanner attheliSNovSunday Dr Crojifleld of Lexington will deliver the addles Sirs J E Drown and Mrs W K Trlbbl were both thrown out of the the pony belonging to the latter toon vehicle and badly shaken up when fright and ran away near their homes Wednebday Both ladles had a narrow escapes from serious injury but luck placestsldesworse for wear S The Womans Improvement Club of Stanford will meet at 230 PMWednesday Nov pith at the Metho dist church A tall attendance Is desired Some new names will be resented Each committee has some new work to p spare Thu general topic will be KJvlc Righteousness President Mrs JJ Dicitcy Secre tary Mrs S M Saufley p CARD OF THANKS Mr and Mrs J L Holtzclaw wish to thank the neighbors and other good friends for their kindness of their almost fatal nines of their lit tie daughter Anna who Is now recovering Mr Otto Paul Milwaukee WIs says Foteys Honey and Tar Is still more than the bet He writes us All those that bought It think it Is still more than the best Our baby hay a bad cold and It cured him In one flay Please accept thanks I tOO Reward M 100 The radrn of tttti pspet win be Wand to team tint there U it Irait one drttdrd dtocue that tclmr Lu beta able to cure la aU IU nun mod out M Cauno HW Cturrb Cure H Uw only penitlve cure now known to the mmlleal tntrraltr Ctunb twine a coutltuUMUl dtotur nqulrn a cocltltu ttoul trtstmrot lltt Catarrh lure b Ukra IItcraattr artliuc dlrtctlr upon the blood and mmIIII Mittara of tile System Uxrfby dNUOrtn Itn toundtUon of the dlwans sod rltlna Uw pstfent itrtnttb br buUdloc up the coutmuua and aultt Icc nature la dolcx IU work Tfce proprtoion hate to miKb faltb In lu cwathre powrra that they offer One hundred Dolan lor nay are that It alia U cure heed for nit of tretlmmlal Address Fl CHENEY a CO Tokdo O Sold by aU Drunuu Tko Tale UtlT Faintly lull tot cooetlpaUoa S AN IDEAL HUSBAND is patient even with a nagging wife for he knows she needs help She maybe so nervous and run down In health that trifles annoy her It she is rauiun choly excitable troubled with loss of appetite headache sleeplessness con stipation or fainting and dizzy spells sho needs Electric bitters the most wonderful remedy for ailing women Thousands of suffers from female troubles nervous troubles backache ana weak kidneys have used them and become healthy and happy Try them Only SO cents Satisfaction guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store BETSYS POINT E RSIAmong tho tuany stufees or a good housa keeper is the science of scrub bing which belongs to a branch of physical culture The secret or suc tens In buying groceries Is to trade with Coffey Coleman We cordially Invite you to visit our atom and Inspect the finest and most pleasing display of pure foods ever before offered in Stanford Phone 136 Goods delivered COLEMAN lyStanford6 II t t 1995 II For a line of high class Suit usuuallj 2500 Sjiewcil t Price 1005a 11 i r j I only molasses solJVt I Good stock of guns from ja50 to 45 Jeo If FnrrtseHunting coats vests and legglna I and guns and ammunition also gun cleaners George H Farris My Wifes Family come to the opera house next Thursday night ItJ Is said to be a laugh producer right We have a reg ular size jar of the famous Palmolive Cream for you It wont cost you a centCut the coupon from the Nov is sues of Good HousekcepinPncincMonthlyRed Book Womans Home Companion Ladies World Uncle Remus Mad azine Decissuesof Peoples Home Journal Delineator Designer New Idea Blue Boole Green Book Nov 19th Colliers Weekly Nov 5th Saturday Evening Post Nov 6th Illustrated Sunday Magazine and Associated Sunday Magazine f JA HOUSEHOLD MEDICINE showequally i her of the family using It FolejrHoney and Tar does Just thi perSonscoldsShugars IplmobveBring this coupon to our store and do as the ad directs We will then jive you absolutely free a full size jar of PaJmolJver Cream which we ordinarily sell for 50c cash Youll find this cream the most delightful thing of its kind eveto madeIts en tirely new and has all the quality of PalmoliveSoap tlLookPENNYS DRUG STORE OEi IxI FOR SEBVIGE1 As usual we are showing the tC Best Line of WORK SHOES that t I The Market Affords it it W j L w E PERKINS s CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKYJ IL R Hughes T W Humble W O Mart J r I NEW SILKS 4 We have just received anew line of Persian Silks for I waists and dresses AlsO several pieces of Chiffon in different shades to be used for waists and folds Price M from50 cts to 150 yard HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY L IF S 11f 1flti THE STANFORD KENTUCKYINTERIOR JOURNALw iftry NOVKMBKR 11th 1U10 U 1JI6IIESSds iJCents a Button Ii Lro a Rip DOXcUESs TROUSERS s rjscea y in any position JUferfliJiJwe of cloth in hips afdapatimalces them com e Jea WeDas stylish 1ddzxhr are cut to fit kktoihape andmade at Y Ii nRocinSDn Stanford Ky t iF Nature makes the curesj after all- NowI and then she gets into a tight place and I needs helpingout I Things get started in the wrong direction Something is needed to check disease andstart the system in the right direction toward health I Scotts Emulsion ofI Cod Liver Oil with hypo phosphites can do just I I thisIt strengthens the nerves feeds famished tis I sues and makes rich bloodFOR SALE nr iLtDncaaisTa Send tea lIam ot r lr cod the hi for out bOMtlfal STlnn link and Child SkctckUook Keh teak coaulai a Oral Lack Peur I SCOTT BOWNE 409 Purl SL New York IFO SALE Pork farm or 302 acres well Improve and well water ed 6 miles from Danville Lancaster and Stanford on Danville and lan caster turnpike 1 milt from i churches good school store ana oincic Mnlth shop rural mutt runs by door ommoIpail For lurthvr Information apply to Geo F nrlht Agent Stanford Ky FARM FOR SALE 1 will sell privately ny farm of about 2SO ncres mile and half from llustnnrille on Pantille pIke has necesjsnryI ran srivo posseaaln soon 1 J C NEAL Moreland Ky GOOD RESULTS ALWAYS FOLLOW rbe use of toleys Kidney Pills I They Ire upbulldlng strengtl1lnlrv and soothing Tonic in action quick in results Shugars and Tanner sIHIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW fURS AND HIDES j Wool on CeramlBten Writs lot prlctA IIII IiCOAT SWEATERS ifANDr Underwear iAA c Cs L L SANDERSI1 1 Crab Orchard Kentucky = t EI1EPUBLIC SALE H HtHiUiHt r tt i farmQna+ 2 my go to Arizona 1 will therefore on Thursday the 17th day SlfjWowanher 1IIO on the above premises offer at public auction the follow r4IJ1IP1Iprty to wit HORSE STOCK tZ head of horses and mules among them one 6yeaiold Chester wgBuxe onare i well broke safe for women to drive and good saddler I Na trtjUiB ldlng three years old broke to ride and drive and very gentle two tj ycsrrid Lincoln Squirrel fillies broke to saddle and harness 1 yearling jASfioit jfiQulrrel filly All the abort out of good mares Ii r good wagon and farm horse 1 good buggy mare safe for children workr1Sr jgood milk cows all freah 1 yearling helter 4 calves 00 hogs i2tiatn of 13 fattening hogs browlSOWI shoats etc j jmBSle8 1 buckboard 1 FrlIer cart 1 spring wagon 1 two howe + UllWfk3 sets of buggy harness 1 Buena Vista saddle I ladya saddles 4gmrllharnCsS plow gear etc FARM IMPLEMENTS lUteder mower Hoosler coru planter disc harrow section harrow irtawS i road scrapers 2 cane mills 1 evaporator one wheat fun new uamiabeller corn crusher 100 barrels Of corn a lot Of good sorghum form 4l1ee and about 75 bushels of caneseed Household and kitchen furnitirc consisting of such things that are i iei U y found in a country home POULTRY 1LJU pure bred hens and roosters llymoutll Hock t mack Lang- isbaosn Buff Orplilngtons and silver Laced Wyanduttes also about 100 xedtpsTERMS OF SALE sums of 10 cash In hand all sums over that amount n credit of r moJSa will be given notes to beinade negotiable and payable In the first National lank of Stanford bearing six per cent interest from dny o- fgale untf paid JL lunch of hot coffee and light bread will be serred to all who at 4iwJ AuctioneeriX 0 ld frie THE FARMERS For sale 67 choice yearling steers A W Carpenter Moreland Ky Jones Cress bought 32 butcher cattle at Hlchmond Monday at from 2 12 to 3 12 cents For Salel00 stock ewes W 0 Walker 732 Harris ft Woods have posted their tarn s against hunting or fishing lie ware a For sale my house and 20 acres SingletonMoore Crab Orchard Ky luGeorgeJohn Stevenson bought some corn at ISG5 delivered J II Thompson bought 7 mules of W P Grimes for J700- H Lit Thompson bought n Rex Pea vine stnlllon from same at 200- Tho three year old saddle stallion iook8 Denmark tins peen sold by J F Cook to of Lexington Ky to J O Dunlap of Tennessee for J150U The colt Is handsome and well brOIl He is one of the last of the get of Highland Denmark At the sale of Mrs A S Ullmoro on the Danville pike Wednesday the fann ot CO acres was taken down at f 130 an acre and the sale ot per sonalty postponed to a later date Will lifter bought of Jill Vnrner n crack twayear told filly by Red Lent for f180- II II Ilerndop left lloylo county today for his new homo In Grant county Ills farm there contain G4r nero Sir Herndon is n highclass citizen and the people of this communi ty are sorry to see him leave horo Dnnvllle Messenger Penco llios sold to S It Hanson 22 760 pound cattle at 4 12 cents and a bunch of 140 pound hogs to T W Jones nt 7 12 rents It I Uorry of Hustonvlllo this tvdtk boutsht of C K Mcriur 84 pore of land adjoining his farm on toe Stanford pike just out of Huston villt at J105 an acre This Is H very desirable Hnce and will make u hand borne addition to Mr Borrvs already attractive farm Frank Cordler this week sold his farm of 28 12 acres of land near How land to Dave Collier The considera tion was 18500 Mr Collier will take rOMCMlon at once The rarm if n nlo one ant Mr Collier will take l o8tsslon at once A BARGAIN 70 12 acres of land In Lincoln count About 45 acres of fine tobacco kind and 14 aeree of flni bottom land Good tobacco barn 3tdSItfeet to eave This barn Is new Oth er buildings are old Good chance for someone to make money Price B60fl See L U Hughes or W I McCarty SALE STILL GOES The burning of my home will lit myIIrollertlOPS absolutely JW ad In another column Robert Shudder FARM FOR RENT For Wit my place 1 mile Mayvcod containing 60 acres Kood house and outbulldlgs withI spring and sood orchard 18 tarn 10 for oats and balance In MRS P E CASH Care J C Tucker Stanford Ky FARM FOR SALEI SO acres lying 1 12 mites west of Highland a good cottage and out liouseM barn etc 6 field fenced about 33 acres in cultivation plenty of water Reason for selling out not ableto work on term Price reason able JAS A KING 608 Stanford Ky R F D No 3 lox 65 The Jwrleign Diamond ffatertilG Hi Goat A coat with style and class and the most practical hunt ing coat ever designed Is absolutely watertight yet light and flexible A coat toads tiffit a hunter and very liberal in cut Is buia VfUl leather baa leather eovrJjIbouJderlr five opUido cut in press ope patch pocket a 1 P8 CkCa the ehlire coat The corduroy collar ntl perfectly and when turned fut a storm etcn Tho wjthallkailkstltcbed lag points Has ventilated under arm gussets and adjustable culls The water Proofinrls bya new process that Is If you want a coat that has class style and yet room for any reasonable bag investi gate this coat ByGEL i WORK WEAKENS THE KIDNEYS Deans Kidney Pills Have Done Great Servle for People Who work In Stanford Most Stanford People work everyday In some stained unnatural post tion bending constantly over a desk riding on jolting wagons or cars doing laborious ohusowork lifting teaching or pulling nnd trying the 11theseand InJuro the kidneys until they full behind In their work of filtering the poisons from tho blood Donng Kid Hey Pills cure sick kidneys put now strength In bad backs Stnniord cures prove It- John H Wren K Main Street Htnn ford Ky says I know from export once that Oonn8 Kidney fills are nil lint Is claimed for thorn Off and on for several years I had severe attacks of lame hack Oitcn 1 did work that stooping and at such times the bnckacho become much worse There was also a too frequent deslm to void the kilncys secretions bout relieved mo and have never railed to day and night Doana Kidney IliTu benefit me since then when I have taken them For sale by all dealers Price Boc Foster 1111btirn Co lluffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Ucvn K and take no other PUBLICSALE Using compelled to go to Amonn 1 will offer for sale privately my furm of 1110 acres on cutoff pike II 1 miles south of Danville and Stanford pike known as the U It Kngleman place on Friday December 2nd 1910 at 10 A M Th farm has on It nn excellent house of 12 rooms corn paratively new all necessary outbuildings 3 barns grod tenant house and fencing Is nearly all new number pi never falling springs ail In bluegrass and clover tll lor s which Is sown In wheat null rye Live Stock At the same time I will one registered saddle mare 0 oM IP foal to S T Harris King earsl two rood family mares subject register both to All Ieavlne 1 good wtwtein mare good driver I splendid work mule 6 years old 1 good suckling nude 81 extra mountain ewes bred to lamb Fob 20 7 most hog 6 brood sows nnd 40 stunts 1 young Jersey cow fresh shorthorn cow fresh three yearling hollers 1 Iyeftr old steer 1 pair coming three year old mare mules well broke 1 pair 6 year old mare mules 1 family mare year old saddle mare pool colt 1 yenrllug gelding 1 two year old gelding FEED Five stacks of clover hay 1 of timothy V barrels of corn 300 or 400 shocks of fodder etc FARM IMPLEMENTS Consisting of one mower 1 binder 2 harrows 2 turning plows 1 cultl valor 2 double ahovel plows plow harness 1 buggy 1 set or buggy liar ness farm wagon 1 new 3 horse wheat drill fertilizer nnd grass seed Attachment etc aNo lot of Plymouth Rock chickens and white Holland tur keys Terms easy ROBERT F 8CUDDER Stanford Ky K K U No 2 PUBLIC SALE decidedlehangsHaving my lo cation I will on Thursday December 15th 1910 offer for sate to the highest bidder the following described property 74 head of cattle 30 bead of 750 pound yearlings nnd 44 head of 800 to 1100 pound cattle 42 head of hogs from 150 to 225 pduhfls In bunches to suit purchaser Good meat hogs 1 five ycnr old saddle piano extra good 1 one year old colt pair extra good 16 hand mare mules one pair 1C 12 hand main mules two good milk cows tone fresh 700 to 800 barrels of corn old on ground SOD bales of bay farming Implements of nil kinds 2 twohorse wagons hay rake mow lug machine harness kitchen furniture and household furniture TERMS All hills J10 and under cash in hand over 1 10 a negotiable six months note bearing tt per cent interest from date of sale JOHN G LYNN N Uon same day arid date y W burton will otter for sale farm now occupied by me consisting of 270 66100 acres with good house and building 1 stock and tobacco barn well watered by a never lalllng spring wull fenced nnd fences are In excel lent condition 200 acres of this larm i Is Ir blue grass and will grow hemp I tobacco or anything other forma Inj Kentucky grow I PUBLIC SALE Having rented my farm I will on November 15th 1910Iat my farm four miles from Stanford on the Hustonville pike sell to than highest and best bidder all of my stock farming implements crops several head of cows 2 yearling steers 5 heild of butcher heifers 1 pair of work mules four and lx years old 1 pair fouryearold mare mules a mule colts 2 brood mores 1 work mare 1 extra yearling Carroll Preston colt 1 calf 11 head ot moat hogs 16 shoats 175 shocks of corn and louder horsepower cutting box and all farming Implements needed on a Ilrat class farm- Household and kitchen furniture of all kidns and other things too numerous to mention Sale begins promptly at 10 oclock Absolute sale as 1 am going to Oklahoma Terms made known on day of sale A D ROOT Col J P Chandler Auct thtHouseleast 42 and possible more as corn pared with the present Republican majority of 43 To Lincoln County Tax Payers Dont forget the per cent will soon be added to your taxes and is It nOt the desire on my part that any should have to pay this extra money there foreI want to give all a chanco 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 boo low to meet you and collect taxes and deliver to you your receipt This will be the last call before the per cent It added to dont tall to meet us on the dates named below Crab OrchardSaturday Nov 19th M reland Friday Nov 25th Huttonville Saturday Nov 26th w L MCCARTY s L c p Wall times we will be glad to have you call at the office where we will wait rn 4nu promptly and with des- patch Make my your home while in tovrrl you are always welcome w L MCCARTY We Wan- tTurkeysl Bring them in at once and we will pay you the highest Market Prices i NaB Northcott T K Tudor Mgr PHONE 153 B D CARTERN- ew Livery Depot Street Phone 96 STAN FORD KENTUCKY NOTICE Not getting a sat isfactory price for my property I will continue business at the oldstand G B PRUIf T Moreland Ky FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Write for Free Catalogue No Agents- H F HILLENMEYER S SONS Lexington Kentucky THE PLUMBING THANKSGIVING should le n celebration of work well none and ninny people pleaded That Is how we Intend to celebrate Hut we shall not be completely happy un ill we know that your plumbing Is nil right IJiit have IIR take n look nt It mod If anything In needed let us do the work BO It will be off your mind and oars Then w0 CAn both be truly thankfulW K WARNER Phone 188 Stanford Ky RtPGSTEDi The hunting season Is upon us and nearly everyone wants to post his place The char o Is 25 cents cash with name K He Denhaiu T A nice J W Hughes M J Hoffman MF Law fence J II Acton 1 S Harris J W liaughman S H Baughman J H Uaughman frank Cordler Will Cordler Christ Jacob M B Lytle Dr J Q Carpenter Mrs Wattle White W R Dougherty- II C Anderson John AI leech Ar Trnylor D At Anderson Ji Potter J H Thompson O P Newland J H Bustle Marrta 8c Woods it Curtis STIRRING TIMES- we are having In the building line We carry a full line of lime plaster cement and oventhing else needed I for building Everything purchased here will bo found of the best QUAIl ty and the best for Intended purposes Wo will save you trouble and uaaeees- sari expense by sending to ua for aa estimateJ w ALLEN Stanford Ky s w YOUR LIFE MAY DEPEND upon the strength of a strap Uun sways often come from flcfectlVp bar Hess liorit uxiHite rounelf to mm taps by putting soniotlilnp lllmy on a risky animal Our names Is equal to HII innirEciici J C McCLARY Stanford Ky Fall And Winter 511111 illS My new tall and winter samples ire now ready for your inspection They comprise the bh t on the market I can suit any one as to pric who has ala clothes made to order A suit made to your measure Is preferable to ready made clothes To have them made to measure doesnt any moro than rosy 1114 costIquality and fit to aatsrra In and let ma tale sou aasuwra H a Maier tau Practical TaUor5 J C McClary 1Undr INSURE YOUR FAMILY AGAINST WANT r A great blaze often heads the news announcement of a tire Whats hap Atotnled and avoided You can be secured byWfalls to adjust losses sparely and promptly We lead all In the number of risks carriedW S FISH STANFORD KY PHONE 200 YOUCANBUY Your coal cheaperi rift mow thah- time v any in the year Let us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel Clean CoalItNo Slack Phone 11 J H Baughman Co n