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'v , .ayiir' mr-- -- f" ' JP" TOe VOLUME XXXV1L Interior Journal, STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTV, KENTUCKY, KHIDAY, I1 No. 74 NOVKMRfiR 11th PJIO I SCUDDER HOME H In LATE ELECTION Ohio a Democrntie NEWS I kf HELM CARRIED LINCOLN BY Game Warden Gilberts Creek. AND IMPORTANT CHANGES I hm been elected, Inmirlnp a Demo- cratle nurceRor to Henntor Dick (lie- or tiov OFFICIAL VOTE SHOWS INCREASBLAZE BREAK8 OUT UNDER noOF publican), anil the plurality Mnnnott la Increnned to 'jo.irou ED MAJORITY FOR DEMOAND HANDSOME HOUSE The Weal Virginia lcglilntiir(! la CRACY. GOES TO ASHE8. Doniocrntle nnd will elect n Demo crntie Henatur lo aucceed Henntor (Kepiibllcan.) The official figure ot tho vote tn The handsomo country Immo or M S'oit The l'enniylvnnlt I.eRNlature la Lincoln county Tuesday ahnw that "' Mr. Honert Scndder In th coun- Mfely Kepiibllcan nnd will elect n ilaney Helm curried the county by ty burned lo the ground 'liictwiuy aticceaiior to Seimtoi Oliver. a larRer majority than wag flrat afternoon nbout ono o'clock, and r. haa n repuhliean I.ckIn. WiudilnKton from telephone coinniunlcntlon largo part of tnc rurnlttirc una other InMire, which appeari to Inaiirp the with II vrtlr.u pieclncta Tiiwddy household belonging una destroyed election of Mile I'olntloxter to Sep-a- t nlRht. theIll mnjorlty la Increined t' The blur,, ciiughl under inn roof ot The t'tnh l.ealalnture which Vt'i, .1 splendid ahowlnR In view of the kitchen in sMiiiit unknown way uletU n United yttites Senator, iiIho ihe the lethargy which prevnllm! The Wtwn dlcoier(it, It was breaking out la leimhllcnn ote lor the two t'onsresslonnl enndl. on the dry poplar shingles. inrd IndlcntlotiH point to the election of dates mado up from the ballot books HgUt was made against it. but had (he Hepublleun candidate for Dover-t.o- r allows un follows: oaten Its way under roor nrd ot fnlifornln, lllrnm V. .liduiKon, IIpIim Miller there wn iki chance to get It out b) n heny plurality 1ST 2 Htiinford Ni I The fighter then went io werk to Oiexon Incomplete returns from " 1SZ i No. 'I wive what lurniluro the could, lint ' the eloctlon of the NO 3 IM J2 tUn flumes hnd Knlnetl stieh a Onwnld Vet. " No 4 41 r.indldate for tJnvernor, that but little could tic gotten (nit by .i iinall flurnllty (t I1 lluatonvllle No I Ix'forc tro roof ntnl walls fell In, Hnd TI.p MIaouri iRiiiaiure ti no. r vi nude furuier work Imiiosslblo n I'nltetl Stnton Henntor. I be Tl elects W ... No .Mr. Scndder nlucd the house nt lieved to be nfely Democratic - Na t ;i 4 ll JI.IKH) It win n fine old Mruclure I'he plurality or John W. Dlx. 176 IIS No. I th old KtiRlpinnn home, on the cut- i rat eleoted ;ovornor of New York, Crab Oietwid 11B " M No. off ptkf. between the Shslby t'ttr and niprfixiiiiates 01,000. SI Vn) nentHii r No. I lit f Up hnd Jut adverDanville pike epihll(n 7S Kanmia " i" No X rti tised It with his fnrin tor rale, and " 71 Stut bs by t', U No. 3 will hold the wik notwuhstindltig the Democrnts mln?d two Congrpeiu-- ri (rum li a in Michigan. loss of the house for the I13U I'.SS valuable one. Mr. Scndder rnrried Tn.. Clnclniiatl llnntilrcr etmina out 1J.AG0 Insurance on the house nnd tor llnnnon find Wootirow WIIrop to n;- lurntahlriir. which will help Mime l.i ad Uo Democratic prcMflennui Turnersville eatt-mate- d root-liold BURNS IN COUNTRY Leglalnturp 452 .... 1 - M .... Ih-in- 'lov-trmr- I et In ivn. Wi had Ih' greitcr iwrt ot the A democrntie Rovernor wa elected on the above home nnd you In V)omlnK Hon. .lerrv (orrallon, of tho Interwill lnd the tatct protection and host ...iirnn u wfelv democratic. Inaur- national Harvesting t oinpsny f in n.'. ..l.Ttlnn ot Jobti W Kern, our cfiv this wet-miirance In the rompnnles renre w S Fish, ot Stanford ,.. iirvnn'a runnlilR male tit the I llro Moore will till ills appointment .reeHcd h) 1beri J Meer- - at tho Turnersville Christian church S. Sinai.) In phiro of Siinday nlgrt ntul morning. an- I rank A Mother in Israel Henry ooch Ct Viriltlta Democrat a elected hook's house nndbougtt S00. the lot for nnd lkarlev's rocK crusher is cnishlne "Rlalntuf. which will elect a auccev PASSES TO FINAL REWARD AF l,r to V S Senator Scott, a repubil- the reck iff which Mr. Cosby will TER LONG LIFE. miild his new roncret,. store. '""voodrow Wilson on l"r tiovernor Tobacco stripping has commenced Mr Sara Dunn Bright wife r.r Mr The t"U' In ihlt. community in New Jersey by 1C.000 'onn Uriah! passed away at tnetr went n w tn It appears as It Dan Cupid will visit Howe on Danville avenw 'Inuridar ticket and leKlslre tinted this section soon. l.lm and n democratic night after a lingering lllnos Willi Mr Jerry Toombs hns rented Mr. will be the resulL her at thp time wer,. her nusiiaiid nnd In John Kelchenlmch's tarm for The B'jolnllata had n ble do t hujv nil of hor large Inmily ot chilJli Congreumn In WwconHin. Mr lohn Mnser 3 bougl-- near Joe dren, fcho Hn, prepare for the Indotol n acres NeweK'a farm of entire tlcktt In their hock but nre bowed down In sorrow for J9.000. 'Ibe BorUIIrt vote now that their best friend In no more. very' beavv. tint. Louis Calvert s now was ai Mr. Bright would have been 75 year In California wti. uo.uimi the kihool house last week. Iirgp Texaa elected ot ape In December, and for 8 yearn attended and ever thing went tor governor, by had heen a faithful member of the M,Srli - crowds p rly. third, of . the t".;"'"- ID off on Christian church In which she wan a Mr. ard Mrs. II. vv. .iicvvnoner arc mother In Israel. Sho wax married tt of the lug mture last .ub.nl.sIon or a state wide went to Yosemlto 111. week to see Mr Bright In 1&. nnd to theni six vote or to th.. con. heir Tilcco whe Is children were lorn W-- St. Dright ot vroh.bltlon a vmendment peopl.' Virgil Mc.MulIln visited notne Prof to vote of the thli city, John RrlghL Jr.. ot Sotner-Hot- . alltntlon wide proiuoiuuii "" rolks last week. Uriah HrUht. of this city and . State 1100(H) majority ... .Mr. James Haughman and .Miss Jeni kv I.lulc, Mary and Maggie delegation nie Mocker were gucts of Mrs. Watt congr;-lo-na. Kunernl aervlcen will oo conducteil to three. The state PleliiK Ini.t week. at the horn,, on Saturday mornlns nt Master Pennle Coode ol Stanford o'clock by Itev Joeph Itallon, ruces aie In doubt. grandfather here last Sat..i... mn..t n.iilorilv ever given tot visited hie Sunda) after which the remain of the good urday and In tne nth In o victorious republican woman will be laid to final rent Mr. Tarrle Smith left Saturday for was given Caleb Powers on Tues Huf'ak) cemetery spend a few days day His majority over Mia iier-tra- Wayne county torelatives. Is about S.WMi iiertrira carried with trienJsK. and (Jooch or Ludlow wdp Mrs. K. Wayne county, Adair and SIPPLE GETS J2W has ben visiting relatives here inum Laurel. lo the Court of Appeals the cane o', cd homo Sunday. Tip Sparlu against C. J. Hippie from ilr, Ucn Goods has had some nice l.nut'1. was afflrmH. Hippie recover. Improvements made on his house. Brodhead. ed tlSO for assault and batterr. Our school was dismissed from Friday until Wednesday on account of OPPORBUSINESS A SPLENDID Al Tyree has completed his big tho election being held In Ui. bouse TUNITY. Mr. Sherman Manning Is clerking conflict of building a concrete reser S room residence voir for th0 city of !obanon and has for Mr. J. N. Cash. A nice In this community next year It will, and hall, two porches; fine cellar; begun concreting for the L. b N. at b as the old saying Is, "hudge budge, aplftvdld well at door; good barn; coal I lumps burg The pie supper last Saturday night move on." Almost everybody Is goOn radio lot wood and btmry house contalnlnr given by tho Mlasea ot tne graded ing lo move frame More room V2x tJreen Hocker an old colored man splendid stock of general merchan- school was well attended nnd a sue died on Tuesday Nov. Sth at hU dise, all the buildings are In good cess flnani tally and socially. He was llnlL,. a lot ot drinking In town Sat home near Turnersville. repair. This properly Is on Main by white and It nil gone bv street In a good business tov:n, und urday night but was was exceptionally hUhl) respected The both e rlemls wh'. colored people. an two ncres ot TilendCy which the lot contains nbo-iwere happy when "Lncle tlieen nnd land. Will sell at a whole. All the Im iul"t day for the election Itevs. I'ike nnd Jamison began a Aunt Hannah" took charge at hog provementH go nt ."'0 und the stock salted, killed of goods lo be Invoiced nt n very ieviv.il at Freedom church Sundav killing Hogs wer,.all O Kind He did and sausage liberal discount. We have this option night. Itev. Chestnut preached nt lard linger long, ho wns feeble but his Jamison at not lor a quick sale nnd nt a baigatn. the Methodist and Iter. Sundny. death was a surprise to his friends. Act quick. See L It. Hushes or W. the llaptin church here Livingston filled the pulpit nt the L. McCarlr A t nrlstim church Monday night. Davis Store rcvivel Is In progres ot Poplar tlrove TALKED TO CHAUTAUQUA. nt '1.30 I' M., thin wt-Wednesday afternoon 'Ittlo child of Charles Proctor field Hamilton, Meddle O Miis scarlet vhvh Kd White, who his been on an In or the C I. S. V. vlslied tint thought had be gettingrever nnd wus tecntury better suflered to local chautaimun clrclo and gave n a relapse and Is In a critical condition. rpectlug tour in the west Is hack wltn nnd relatives In this section. on Hums, nt most Interesting Mrs. Matt Stevens and little son Col- Ho spenks ot the dltfcrcnt states Ihe high school building. She aiso de ston of the Vegro Creek section have he vtblted, well he wont say anything but veloped thn domlueiil thought of this both been ver sick with scarlet fever against Kentucky. dumocraoy nnd th veur's coun-getting bettor now. Andy McKlnne and wife of GarTnis course but arewho hns boen In a criticalArch brotherhood ot man conUrow-- i rard fostered by our locnl teachers and dition for some time has? recovered week. were visiting relatives heie last educational siriiiVnt to be taken to his slater'J in ot hers interested The people of this growth should prove most henellchil, Mrs. Win If out nf tho Mnretsburg good usp of tho damp section made wjathe- iiist biction for a few days. and week in )n .'" .' "i "llyomul cured inv eatnrrh In n few Mr.Chnrles Drown und Mlse Multle strlpplii". ii I weeks.' M. llurke. North I'omrter, duughter of lien Lamb, ot the Zlon ' 'i i 'i' Stnir llenrv Lime Vt. It will cure any ense or catarrh, teclion were quietly married hiBt day ntnl -Guts I IMln;l Thiiisday at the homo ol the bride relatlv coughs, colds or soro throat, or money J II. Karris hns moved from his back Ask (1. I Penny for u comvisito ttiiv It I'al'v plete outfit $1; extra bottle f0 rents. l.ir moil Negro Creek to this town and ed his C. .'!. Iiallard Sunhv It occupying the property of Amos i kill Jorn 1'i-ivagon. State Henntor J J. Watklns of I'nlori Smith ucross the Creek, lately vacat- beev.t- - and t ru" iim ' county, died at his home Inst week ed by lien Pike who has moved Into and th't !. if U that of gastritis after a short lllenss. lie his own dwelling near Mtthodlst showa ill it U. ;'iU'e ( ""f h r. he was n prominent Knight of I'ytbins chutch. Caihler Am Illatt has moved gry or tnit u xm- - to every 'hod member of other orders, and had Into the building vacated by banker hardly nvoi f 'ls (. announced his candidacy for the James Hutchison. A. K Adams has family. l.i bmr ! !n Uz .ym democrntie nomination for 8tat0 Su- - moved Into one of JV M. Adams' houses some to get rid of him. cilntcr.dent or Schools. Menator wat- en Old Poone's Fork row. Wm. McQueen Is building an addiMrs. J W Jamison and children tion to hit house which will add greatklns thn 'tight In the laat Senate guests of Mr. and .Mrs. G. h ly to the looks or It. for the county unit bill and catisod a are the big; stir during the session hy his painter. Kred Durham came down to Mr, G. D. lioone tells us that thr statement that a number or the mem- vote Tuesday he was accompanied by the drop In prices of stock In tho Hon who remain with last few week, bis not been d'uns bers had received consideration for his wife and violating their pledges to vote for tho lelatrves for n few days. Mrs. Linda him much good. Denton nrcompanlad by her daughter bill Miss Willie and yon John are visitAND "BLACK IN ing In Mlllersburg Hud Durham vis- DRESSED HEXAMETHYLENETETRAMINE YELLOW." jiame ot a (lerman chemical ited In ML Vernon first or week. J. M Is the Not "Footoall colors" but tho colAdams went to Ml. Vernon Monday ooo or the rnnuj t (tillable Ingredieontalnlng Foley's where ho wni Interested In a law suit ors ol the introntbj best and safest Klduoy Hemedy. ents of I'olo'a recogutxed Hockcastlo county gave Hugh Mil Honey und Tar U and cough remedy tor all coughs Coni.v medical text books and authori ler Kepiibllcan candidate for Si Tho colds. Do not accept a subsUtute but na a uric acid solvent and anti gress a majority of about republican see that you get the genuine Foley's ties county usually goo 700 rumj septic for tnu unnc a yenow Urodneau precinct wmen hhs d siuuu- Money and Tar in Sbugara and Tah. Kidney Hemedy promptly at tho first ,.,,i.ii,-.matoritv eavo helm o ma- wita black letters. of kidney trouble and aTOld a sign Jorlty of57. . serious malady 1 k Mate-Senator lll. .Mr. Henry Spradlln is spending a IN & N. SCHEDULE rcw ilnys with his folks at Somerset We are Informed about Miss llnttlc liogle of Turnersville spending Sun SAID TO BE CONTEMPLATED day at Stanford. SOON FAST TRAIN MAY NOT County Judge James V. llnlley has Miss Willie Gordon Trajior spent STOP HERE appointed John VV. Klelds Oame War- Tuesday at Stanford Mr. Klmer Connctt w'ho den for Lincoln countj nnd Mr Holds hid his Too "tips" have been received hern Is prepbrlng to go after thost. who nro hand cut with glass is O K. we are thnt radical changes are soon to bo loidtmg the game laws with im- glad to say. ueorgo lllchmond Is spending h few m.ide In the schedules and miike-upunity. Numerous cases of hunters dnys nt Stanford with his friend Kl or txnlna on the Knoxville brnncb, ot alreiulv alter both birds and rab- - mer Connctt. out the Louisville & Nashville railroad. blU. Iwe been reported and several Mr. John Trnvlor. Jr., who has been Ic Is said that owing to the competiwill probably b,i mulcted of heavy on the sick list Is able to be out again. tion with other roads for the fat win. fines by the vigilant game warden. Mr. Henry Trnlor Is getting along lor travel to the South, the L. & N Mr. FVIds Is one of the most popular nlcelv wns nMt. to b out a llttlo will scon put on solid vestlbuled young farners in the county nnd his while this week. trains between loth Loulsvillo nnd appointment to the post la a popular Mr Hutchison who has been on the Aliuntr., the two ,.lfectlng u Junction one ni Corhlii. nnd making up theko us ono sick list Is gelling along nlcel". robe between llenrv tray-lor'- s U!"n, mnke rat.t time on southward. Lost Tne proposed new schedule l said and Stnnford on the Goshen Pleasant Point J F Connett. Gil- to contetr.plnto conidi'."ti.li) changes loid. Itewnrd In the running or tralnb by thU place. berts Creek, Kv The first train, .!u" ltt.ru at MethoItev Smith preached nt tr-10: 10 which goos on from here to church Sunday morning mnl c dist Parksville Klchiucnd. It Is said, a 111 be changed t begin this A rvvivnl will and make the trip from Corbln from church on Mondry evening Novem here, handling all the local business bcr, lltli. between Louisville nnd Corbln. It Is Mr. nnd Mrs. C. D. Magan linve Farmers nr busy In this section to tho Ilrewer house near the enlu to be the plan to run the old striruiinc tobacco, gathering corn, etc. lallroad Vttatlon. Louisville A Atlantic on r. K. Horton bought a number ol Dr J. A. Hrown has rclurnf d from Richmond to Rowland, trains here, from connear per head. calves In Pulaski at X13.80 necting with this branch of th road, Mt Vernon calves a visit to his old homo nt villi- - Is bought txo K O. Gllllland hold- and taking care or business which the Itev. Stafford, of Perry I rum his brother, near Kubnnks ing a protracted meeting at the Chest- earlier train now carries. It has been Improving his K. J. Hogue Is lutlmutei' thnt the last train for the nut Grqve church The stork brorght n little boy bouth, tinder the new schedule may W. I. A Kurds new dwelling is near ,.r,nri.P . n,i Mr i vr km not stop at Stanford, making probab' tne romnloilon. ly enly one or two stations hotween wards one evening tills week Ko-- a II at. Mis Faulkner is very n j w (jruna,n, of i.nsvillo I.onUville and Corbln. However .. i her tii.itit i Christian church Sun. Str.nroru has a very strong mend at torn, to the wire or James Taylor )(,nv mornInB the ?dgh up In L. A: N. circles In tho per. am, t.venlng. wire or James jrlfi lov. and to the Mls lx)U,0 westertlcld entertnlned son of Hon. W. V Sherldin, and he fin kon. ia fen. friemiH m n masquerade party has promised. It is understood, to do Hev bl.igleton and wife spent Mon- - Friday evening ml he can to see that Stanford Is In Stanford with their daughter! In the rearj0rn, to Mr. and Mrs. Alex Johnson not given the "go-b- " Mrs Cicero Gooch. ,n evening of the 4th., Instant n rangement of the schedules. . T. Flanagan, ot Mr nnd Mrs. Is being felt In the Much Interest fne 1nb.. gri. .Mother nnd daughter Lebanon Junction are with the lattc-r'outcome or the petition of the peoale doing well, parents here , ple of Stanford and Lincoln county M8S tHUo Potts has a music class Mrs. Ashford DUhon. after a trin to ,,, ten pen,on at tills place, for ii new depot here. Nothing has (iticlt.natl. Ludlow and Lexington is; Postmaster Westerfield has an Irish et been heard from the railroad comis now visiting Mr and Mrs. James t.,,m,ey on his place of business. Ir pany as to what It proposes to do, Wall at this place consists ot a stove pipe stuck through but It Is hoped that It will "net favorMiw Maude Hrown uas returned ably upon the matter and begin the lne roof from a hort visit to her cousin. Mls Mke ,,11011, Jr.. wife and children, erection of a new structure early In Ada Hoi ton at Wnynesburg lot .Matton, III.. Is visiting his father thn spring. P.. K Hurton wif,. nnd timlly spcrtnnd rantner .Mr. and .Mrs. Mlko JOHN W. FIELDS APPOINTED WILL GO TO WORK. L p -ip e . teal-denc- e ii.. - ',, s i "-'- ;"" IS To llvs waut lon IrTnS. ..7. dls-trlc- 10-3- rocK-riooe- a two-stor- t Mi. and Mrs. Mnck Petrey were, mJ: nnd Mrs. J. T Culton, and Mr. Life Sentence visiting tne family oi vv. .m .viurpuj. i nil Mri) T ., Edwards have return- exCharles Dunnlngton . after an i.i..- led from a visit to friends In lower FOR NEGRO WHO KILLED. HIS . ..i .u mn (;3rrnrd. leiuieil visil nere rciurutu STEPFATHER. --- ' I home nt Cynthiana Fridsy. roof lg l)elnK ,,aCed on the new T Miss Ksther Murphy, of ivlng'cl,OU50 0f j, j. coatt. He does not Arthur Gootn the young Turners- with Mis ,.X0).ct to be ready to move to same file negro charged with murderiug Mountain spent Sunday Grave Wall his vCam Gooch several 'until spring. Mr. t Drawn and sen Oscar weie A arge number of people rroin here )eais ago, was "given a :lte sentence ibitlng relaves at Kit hanks In3tnave attended the meetings at thc In the penitentiary bv a Jury in cir' week. 'Christian chinch in Danville during cuit court Thursday. The evidence Mr. Kllas Harmon of the Highland thp pa,t week. .deemed to clearly sustain verdict. t sectloi; brought to this otflce an ear Green Guest colored, ennrged with Misges Myrtle and Cleo Hrown - detaining Kva Mack, colored, was accoin which measured Di inches tertaInPJj tm,r (riends at a masque' quitted. l'h largest ever seen In this section. ra(Je part y evening. -- Dinville Advocate. j mnmlns of Mrs. Walter W ester. leave jjel(j woro interred In the local A REGULAR TOM BOY James Griffin nnd wile will Livingston where thev ter jionday afternoon after a tuner- - w nu troea nnd fences for I lumping will make a short visit. ditches, whittling, always get iPrnion nt her late home. -i King of Junc - ,nng scnitchei, cuts, gnralns. bruises Mr. and Mn. Tom Alford spent M nd Mrg iniey Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Anu ton C1(yi are visiting their daughter, Dumps, burn., or scaina, uut lawsi-Hc-r near ranor urove. Enbnnirs piother just applies llucklen's Mrs. John V, Webb, Mrs. Harve Watts, son and daugh Ariilcu (tulve and cares her quick. tc-were visltlnj re;atlves at thl healable BolU. UN Heal.s everj-thlBOTH SPEEDY AND EFFECTIVE place. This Indicates the action of Foley's tors, Kcxema, Old sores. Corns or K. Harmon invites an to can anu Kidney Pills a S. Parsons. Battle Piles. Try It 23 cents at Penny's Drug Inspect his full line of shoes, menu "l have Mich.. Illustrates: clothing, underwear, notions, etc.. Creek.afflicted with a severe case of Store. been which he Is offeing at reduced prices. kidney and bladder trouble for which F. M. Sims, wno has developed tho I found no reller until I used Foley's hllixlr Springs, has traded it for a 4U0 A MAN WANTS TO DIE me entire- acre farm In Anderson county, possesKidnej Pills. These cured only when a lazy liver and sluggish ly of all my nllmenU. I was troubled sion to be given Dec. 1 It. M. Douchbowels cause frightful despondency. with backache and severe shooting ing of Liiwrpnccburg, becomes tho Dut Dr King's New Life Pills expela pains with annoying urinary irregu- owner, and will greatly improve It and poibous from the system: bring hope larities The steady use of Foley's make it modern, nealth t. and courage: cure all liver, stomach Kidnej Pills rid me entirely of all Mr. Sims hits made good money nnd kidney troubles; impart health my tormer troubles. They have my with these springs and leaves them nnd vigor to weak, nervous and ailing. highest recommendation. Shugars with the best wishes ot former guests. 23 cents at Penny's Drug Store. and Tanner. Casey News step-fatheen-oI n-- h y Sbiri1p--rlimtit- at G W. Leacn's n r NEW HU H BRIDGE ON Q. & C. ACRObS Ken . uck Y KIVER. HI-d- lturc Iru-iiil- - ' .tin hr-lic- ei i- hiii ill 'i Lnrly In 1911, (he new High Bridge is to span the entucky rlvor on tile Queen & Crecent routq , will have been completed. It will be the hlghosl brldgu spanning a, navigable stream on, the American, continent and U to Le the tuot matvo structure ot it Ifnglh apd breadth known to tht clvlllted world and will h,ive a sus taining capacity of 7.'.'00 tons, in the erection ot this wondertul span mom than two million two hundred thoutuud rlveU and fourteen million .biuuds of tested steel are required. Almost twp years were spent In man- - mu n ,u. steel or vvhitli tho new new bridge is being made. On account or tho superior material of the new structure it will have about five times the sustaining power of old onq. From the the top of dm rails of the new bridge to the water In the river below. Die distance Is Sin feet. It will requlro 110,000 pounds or fteel rails and -- .JU0 lies to build the track across the bridge which is l.'.'M feet In length. Thousands or people are now being attracted to the scent to witness the building of a structure, tho like of which extbts nowhere else on the utacturlug the great steel sections whole American conllneut aud is ruthat are being combined to produce ling Uiat this marvelous handiwork th iw marvelous product or American of man should have as Its setting The old bridge i landscape that U unrivaled In natural skill aud genius. which has attracted sight. I seers of ' Leautv and charm. every nation Is constructed ot iron lul picturesque Kentucky river, with lining luemseives massive as mo .its towering cw weight one-fourt- more than three hundred feet above tho river line, are In full view irom the trnln while passing over tho bridge. At this point the winding stream has been denominated by tour-let- s or all countries as the Switzerland of the Western Hemisphere. The won- dertul height and uuweiul strength of the connecting length ot steel may be uitalueU elsewhere, but the nutating picture which nature has painted fur the background can never be approached In the catagory of human achievements. SUIT WITHDRAWN. Mils Pollle Singleton wishes the I J, to state that she has withdrawn hor suit against W P Martin upon lack of proof that Mr Martin has against her, maue any statements and thnt Mr Martin's character has beeu misrepresented to her by cer tain pmcuac. doiii0 uiugieion, u z.- -t ' ' 2. THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. KIUDAY, NOVKMHKIl l)th 1910. The Interior Journal Established 1872. STOPS fALLING Publisher" Ayer's Hair Vigor HAIR DANDRUFF ! AN ELEGANT DRESSING TEMPERANCE LESSON SaaJsy UUI Lmm. far Hrr. IS, If M IpaatsBr Amns4 Tbts rpar DESTROYS HELTON VWIY 8AUFLEY TUESDAY AND MAKES HAIR Glrrtrln. QuWu. See'lwn CMerM. Akeael. Water. rcrfwM. GROW MEN'S Intrrodicnl"; FMEAY POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Suteliur. c.,itBnl. &fe. lr Ask your doctor if there is anything injurious here. Ask him also if there Is not genuine merit here. For Circuit Judge Tbc Interior Journal Is authorized to announce Charles A. Hardin as a candidate for Circuit Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial distrist, at the 1911, lection to be held November, subject to the action of the Demo. Does not Color the Hair J C, AT1B Tr H. Golden 7 IMon Test-Matt- h.w tl.H-t- l. Memory Tait-1Va- teh enter M:tl. sat Into and Pray, that temptation." Matt. Furnishings We want to remind you of the smaller things we have for you. (XlMriKT, Lo.ll Ul I'nahle to get n decent Kentucky newspaper to father It scurrilous gtnfr the Junta which I moling hraven nnd earth to defeat Senator JlcOreary for the democratic Rubernatorlal nomine-(Io- n next year, Is sending out a printed he5t styled "The Parisian," dated t'aris, Tennessee, which seeks to sho that McCreary was duped Into making the race for Governor through a deal with former Governor lleckhum and General Percy Haly, ana umi juiius vansnnt, of Asnland who, Ue sheet says, will be a candidate for Lieutenant Governor, will be the reel man at the helm The bastard sheet, bears tb jar. nyirxs of the press bureau of a certain other candidate for governor, who sees hlniself completely left at the post, nnd as mlgtrt have been expected from the company of professional politicians he consorts with, hesitate at nothing In seeking to Injure the chances of one eery way his superior. A strange thing about it, Is that white dated in Paris, Tennessee, the post mark on thc envelope In which It ii Kent, Is Newport, Ky., while the union label on thc sheet sho-vIt to hae been printed In I.oulsIlle; so It seems that the best lying talent In three cities must have teen exercised to produce this document A the it termed, will endure bravely and patiently .Senator McCreary's attention was atonies which a strong roan would ne way under. called to nt Lexington last week, and The (act is women are more patient than tbey ought he said about It: be under such troubles. 'I hae not seen or communicated lo Every woman ought to know that she may obtain with Governor beckham In a number the most experienced medical ad ice frtt f chart Vhen I delivered by Inol months. nd in ohsolmtf nufidtnee and privacy by writing to vitation an addtess at Frankfort, Ky . the World's Dispensary Medical Association, K. V. February at tho unveiling and last Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Pierce dedication of the Goebel monument, 1 has been chief consulting physicisn of the Invalids' .net Governor Beckham for a few Hotel and Surgical Institute, of Buffalo. N. Y.. for moments In the opera house He has many years and has had a wider practical experience i, ever announced according to my inin the treatment of women 'a diseases than any other physician in this country. formation, who he will support for s for their astonishing efficacy. Ills medicines are Governor, and I have no means of Tb most peract remedy aver devised for weak and deli koowtt'g his position on any question cat ironn ia Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. relating to the race for Governor. I IT MAXES WEAK WOMEN STRONG, may say the same wlthi regard to Percy Hily. 1 have seen him only SICK WOMEN WELL. a few times In months and he has not Thc many and varied symptoms of woman's peculiar ailments are fully set told me who he will support for any forth in Plain English in the People's Medici Adviser (1006 pages), a newly state, office. I have heard Kulus Van- - revised and will he mailed frtt on Edition of which, ant sty be would not be a candidate receipt of 31 stamps to pay cost of mailing fly. Address as shore. for Goen.or or for any, otner orrtce. ''iii'this connection I wish' to say 1 want and 1 a ill seek the support of IN MEMORY OF HENRY all' democrats. No candidate for a BLANKENSHIP ktate office can be elected unless he has tht cordial suport of practically By one Who Knew Him In All Walks! all the democrats In Kentucky. The of Life for 45 years Democratic majority In Kentucky is Kraall and we lost the state at the lost election o' the state officers by about Thc subject for this sketch was dig 4ion are wak-- t tigbteen thousand votes. oorn In Pulaski county, September. 4 B t it peppermint le f Hlg parents mo.-."1 wish to say aleo that I have made IST2. to . iJncoIr cages . arcs I a d "dyspepsia. ..n h. .. . . no alliance with any candldite or with rnnt.tv in h any individual In connection with my spent' his long .'fe inM,, Preached V P " k",lfc?mPlamt as .? villo secUon. I will sav he hid hli ?LA1. .lrilu b.so race for governor. j x is reauireil la enrsnu. inaiu ition u , virtues '. ...u.., uiu. "The same circular seeks to Infer r..i i.... in-weie worthv ot metMng; ti n wl not inly relieve ...: but we by misrepresenting my age, and our emulation. lie uas ll.irleil to Fcn wfl, t ne a I tr n the digestive rknormalIr. naWSff rii,. Tour J cars older "than J .miss Mary Harp in IS.M and tl.ere '$,,?,Vo,l .'St!? i.x ' rt " ca"not d0- am. 1 wab born July 3 18:18, and cvsry were born olevsn . hi'drtn to bless mtt n ' or to the cura ...... ..-.., 1 pleut or iihnm r.re ftlll ..Ttfl5. u )n uugresslonal directory o t'dlgee for an sweetening; the the a'Ighteen years I was In the Houso of Ihlng Ho niid nb wife altendtd a tsreaU;. and t ,r - erne y that only con tt,u ' wilt not cure protracted n"eetl.i? nt Crab Orrnard ,aln ai8c ' itepresentatlves nnd In the el"c. Sum'S iUISff'iS states the time of m birth as herein conducted by Mo,,s Foley, in 1S55, fft-VU- ! enjoying excellent ualking a Ols'aniM of 'our Mile c.un i ulres a scientific laxative. We know I am tatcd. no remedy that combines these re- linlth and am as robust as 1 havo day. The both pro'ebied fulth In and tr been, and I am as able lis I Christ M wer. baptized oy th:it 2ynrao,inbt'hr.rhthan. Pj- - Ca"wn' sold for - A!Pein ver was In my life to discharge the ..,ii V.v iin.i. .uino i... ii '. ...,- - a 4uancr 01 a crniury, v.a i..vi, .'Vw.. ....H,.av U.....V, Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin Is a l&xa,. boon afterwards they movdl Ifcelr duties of the office of Governor. blenJIng of Creek ,l,i ,?!?:. f'1?" "The success of the Democratic nen'bershlp to Old Drake's where thoy lived a consistent &J2tffS&&. il'v'errtie .our party is paramount to my own success If I did not believe I would be Christian lift' up to their deaths and stomach, sick headache and similar corn, lecteu, if nominated, and I did not died In the full triumph 'f Heaven rlJni- - 'Jf '"Bredlenu will so strencthen believe 1 am able to discbarge th and Immoral glory I u.int f. ha I fhX'n'nVohoTr'work""-'- " t'utles of the office of Governor neer knew n man .uore faithful, urally. and when that has been promptly and efficiently, 1 would not more lojal, oronu who flllul his d.Ko'E"he,d our.rub.e Is ov,. rannls ill the church as reguHrly as be did , u&.S,.a. "iff. Z Tuck mTtV&l? be a candidate. "In the present campaign I have ltiiln or shlnt. 'old nr hot, ou cculd Mo., ami they t3th r--iound' their ..J;i rcr-cdllnd him ut .he church, roadj -- n. nihdp h number of speeches In behalf i. very ood .ig."?-Horl- c; of Democratic candidates lor Con-- , to lend n helping hand l JJi'MSf another good trait In his char-- 1 temporary reliefs. They Art ' n.e, ress, ind In the Tenth Congressional District 1 spoke both In the alternoon acter was his fnl'U.'iil'i.'SH to visit the, J?r Caldwell's off"r rf a fr(s r .nrila'tct to anyone blck. I believe ue v'slted more tick who forn&r.lK .nd at night. Ulnc nr uii.'.rsr "The depravity of the author ot the rooms and attended more burlum nr.d havinp convlnrc' th- - ,p1v t nr'r iv'.r i Ircular Is further shown Dy the staU-- wept with thme wl.t, wept and ex free sample. thy Ijfeht Kvp-- I'en'i ' ' c'ts ans c..i aent that Merun Parrent, who was tended more symy.Uh;' than siuy other "!""" V'Vf.""' dollar a tiotlle Dr. Caldwell ptricnally will to r..anu Assistant Adjutant General under Ilvlnc man. Thero wera "th-jMulj, It, now an actlie person at Mc- - liar Incidents in his life of wLMi 1 to elve you any medical ndvlco yoi -- ay ?if,'re.jfor yurf.flr or fam,y Prtalnlra-- to reary t headquarters at Klcbmond, will mention, lie never was biu.run stomach, liver or towel. aUointelv Ky." .Mr. Parrent I suppose la a ed before a grand jury, ncer served he wl" 'fP'y to.vou In detail. orth democrat, but I am not ac- - as a juror, never held any n'fkf ot U!i sample uutnled with him and he was never trust woro than i.rhool trji.tfo and name and addres. on .Imply send vour a po.tai rard . o n.y office or 1p niy heidquarters. he has a tax receipt for t ?ery yar otherwla. For either request thedoctor-- or n Caldwell. U.5t)0Cald. dd.rV,..,;.Dr-.wither statements equally as false as Lluce he becanto n tnx layer. 1 will wall bulldlnr. Uontlcello. III. hose to which I have referred are bay In conclusion I ituod by his bedn the anonymous article, but tbey side the 31st, or October, 1J1U and ro not worthy of notice except It Is taw him breatlu out his last breath toper to say In response to a misrep- as peaceful n .i baby going to sleep resentation, I was not In Frankfort without a mom of a tuturio. On the during the session of thc Legislature first day of Noeubcr. alter appron 1908, and not a candidate for uny priate talks by tho ili'v. Tbomsu tiw-en- s and J. P. Holtzclaw we laid all ftlce. "It is difficult to believe any candi- that was mortal bcslda bis old comdate for the nomlt.atlon for Governor panion In the Preninursvtll'j ccmeleiy ib connected with the publication of to await tho resurrection morn. May be article to which 1 bae referred, the clod rest lljotly and pentu to r responsible for Its circulation, but his usbes Is the prayer of ono v. ho costs a considerable loved him. II know It BY B. F. LUNSFORD. : mount of money to flood the state win such documents." TOBACCO GROWERS! aa way Messiah and cboaen th which led to th establishment of th kingdom of Ood. Bat they war In the meantime to ndora graat Uaptatloea and difficult!; war, famtaea, tribu-latkhatred, prlaoas, death, dlsaa-tr- th The dbclple. had accepted Jua s, a 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. XW. aarUMiuak, paUUacsv, dUct-plwaxlaf eoM, fals propbU aria-lastar falling, th sua darksoad, th moon turned Into blood, th powers, of heavaa shaken, "aaoh as had not from th bettonlag of tb vortd" thm. ChrUt say to hi "whan tb tbiac bsla to eoaa to pa, Ufi look op, and lift op yoor bwaAa; for roar redemption draw. ta alctif U I Bar rrsi at b4oor." Aad b al 44s. Watch therefor. B y alao ready. Tor y know not oa what day year Lord eooeth. Is a Tbe parable of th fix tr baatlfal Illustration showing us tbat while v cannot know when Christ 1 coBi&c, w hav waratag so a to be oa guard, aa th first elc&s of sprlaj bid ns pre pax for th summer. Tht. Ptnaratlon, that ta whU sera who war listening to him should a till b Underwear In Union or Separate Suits, 50c to $3.00 the suit. SUSPENDERS, 25c to $2.50. GARTERS, 10 cents to $2.50. SOCKS, 10 cents to $1.50. DRESS SHIRTS $1.00 to $1.50. WORK SHIRTS 50c to $2.50. SWEATERS, 50 cents to $2.50 NECKTIES, 25 cents to $1.00. WORK GLOVES 10c to $1.00 DRESS GLOVES 50c to $2.00 COLLARS, 10, 121-- and 15c SUIT CASES $3 to $15. TRUNKS, $2.50 to $10. OVERALLS, 25c to $1. HANDKERCHIEFS 5c zo 50: OVER GATERS, 25c to 50c. LEGGINGS 50c to 1.50. Letus show you. 2 bo dla-etj- s P. KINCAID. A Poor Weak Woman HNS, world-famou- and poaslblMUe. la that servant, whoa hi lord when he cocneth ahatl 8a 4 so dotal. Verily I aajr unto yoo, Ttiat b fcim rnler orw afl k4a haH mat tooda." To tho who so wafluhaal vaa the bdnnlng. Those really watehed who o forv-eath future and th tra Ideal of their Uvea, that from th begtnnlnc they went on toward It by th only path tbat led to IL They war faith- tot in every daty. Tbey Berred their Lord by obedleno. Thy restated r, rj temptation. Tbey war on guard against every wlU of th dwrlL They wer wtd awake, with eye) open to every opportunity, to Uv sign of tb Urn, to new ways and meana, w alive, as he htmaaif aald. Tb time to watch ia at th beginning of th conrs that leads to the revolts. The day of judgment I th nd of the courao; th chotc He at thr "Bled tbB9tv cloth-boun- one-ce- nt Tho taU4 to watch who war a absorbed In thatr own t8sh plaa ur and rain that Uwey atraatad th ktagdoa f aad for th wcrU. bra, fa H. J. McRoberts. a0$$ $ their duties, forgot thatr Fnu Fys wpsia y Sample ?' Z,f .jj were TbU folly was Intensified by bcilnnlng "to t and drink with th drankeo." Thy took th road that 14 to destruotlos. Rev. 8. W. Hanks, a second or third cousin of Abraham Lincoln, year ago devised a most vivid trmperano lecture called "Th Black Valley Railroad," which he Illustrated by a larg chart It Is clven In a book called Matri nUetd ". trf ' -.- y w"-nn- y f r - ,?, rvSlnB KBHHHal Hemorrhages, weak lungs. CO cents 1 Thlal bottle free. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. LION FONDLES A CHILD In Plttsbutg a savago lion fondled . le band that a child thrust Into bis rage. Danger to a child Is something when leatt regarded Often It jnies through colds, croup and They slay thoucough. . hooping sands tbut Dr. King's New Discovery ould have saved. "A few doses cur d our baby of a very bad case of oup." writes Mrs, George, B. DaU. It flat Hock, N. C, "Wo always give a him when be takes cold. Its ondviful roodlclne for babies.' Best Coughs, Colds, La Grippe, Asthma, CLOSING OUT SALE! have to change climate I wMI sell for the next 30 days a full line of millinery, dress goods, trimmings and notions just purchased in tne city at prices astonishingly low. Tifs stock was carefully selected and It w'll meet the wants of this fa As I A'BODY BUILDER I fiB THE, CELLS M2 TISSUES A POWERFUL STHENOTH fBODUC ir or any other vicinity. I will sell It as a whole if an opportunity should present. CORA 8. LlPr-a-. Hustonvllle, Ky. Hj TONIC FOB THE BLOOD AND WEBVOUS SYSTEM. A Battle Purchased Teday Starts Yon Bight ca the Hold lo Health. 1W0 8ECONSTBUCT10N p Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction er Money Refunded. SOLD BY IIIIIIIIHIIIHIIlk II PENNY'S DRUG STORE aim of everyone. The Black Valley country Is situated In an extensive lowland, lying bee tween an elevated and extremely and beautiful rofloa. called the .Land of the Crystal River, bounding It upon Its upper limits and' a vast and unexplored desert forming 1U lpwer boundary. Vloa and crime abound. Innumerable drunkards and criminals are foun there. Prisons and poor be place of churches and Bouses fak sohool house. The man in the oohulnn tower at 1h Junction of th Black Valley railroad with th railroad to temperanoe, would guide all youthful travelers t6 the better way. He urges all to. keek the highest and best life, Ve are building a house, tor ourselves, a body In wbtch we mnat Htm and a character In which our soul must abide. God would have us posse s a perfect body, and to put away everything which injure health, which brings weakness or disease. He would have us form a noble character of which we will not be ashamed, which will fit us for heaven and usefulness, and th company ot tb good. We cannot cheat Ood, but we can cheat By using strong drink In any quantity whataver 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 first a moderate drinker. No erne ever yet became a drunkard who refused to touch intoxicating drink. Not all who drink moderately do become drunkards, but no on became a drunkard who did not flrat drink moderately It Is terrible to let a habit begin In youth which will Impel us to go on doing wrong against reason, against the power to help others, against lor of God, of man, and of country. "Tb story Is told of a rich young man who sat at a dinner table with a number of friend, and babbled drunk en toollsbncM all th long evening, On of his friend was a court stenographer Belied by an Idea for the help of bis friend, be stanographleally reported every word that th latter day be bad these uttered. Th notes transcribed and sent to the man hlmaelf. Tb latter, shocked, could aeareclr baiter that b himself had to caah a level of labil-Tf this th my a bulb talk far-tilour-elre- "The Crystal Illver" The of the Costal River Is the land which all children enter when they come Into this world To live In the ot the Crystal Illver, the land of temperance, ot of good character, of highest Usefulness, of prosperity, ot religion, of heaven, should be the hope and. the l, a o o o Hog Box Bottoms, Keen Kutter Meat Cutters, Keen Cutter Butcher Knives. W. H. HICC1NS, a a o y-j- Stanford, Kentucky. o$ooq . aeoooooo&ooeo &aa&a J.L.Beazley&Co., W. A. TRtBBLE, Furniture ami Undertaking. yK Dajr Phono 28. Night Phone 133, Stanford, Undertaker and Embalm. Fur-aiture, Hontur-H,y- . CONCRETING ri. Also Dealers in Mattings.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for ail Kinds oi Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. before ,o bur your .naVe'laVaM.0.", Prte" 8Unford, Ky. STANFORD. - KENTUCKY PHILLIPS BROS., vr Harry Jacobs, Dealer tn and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite MonuMarkers and 1'orv , t)emtry and Law Vases and Hotteua. Offlcu and works. U Kinney, Kjr Fresh Oysters SERVED IN ANY ments, CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! all kinds, bulbs, potted nowers, on short ounce. Alto niaaa a ipeiauroi wreaths lor lor lunerai puriMjtvi. In connection with the above. ll klndslof vegetables on hand at reasonable srloes. I ean furnlin the miulle with the hrmt. well as tlie freshest uteri flowers, nlanta nt STYLE. TNE PEST flElL IN TOWM CarsM's Hcsiwatt; . A. CARSON, nt -- Ihi. m dond4 hi uhkji.ii iiuuhkh, vnaisiHAji Kl) HUUBABD. Stanford , l'HOa. era. I sm to ltd vhs Kj lr.. P KMDAY, NOVKMHKK MM 1H0. THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. I'AUK rllRMT 3 ., $9.95. Wc will sell you a Tailored Suit that usually sells at IU.M $13.60; $14.95. to ' $19.95. sold at .''t 25;O0.Spcc&' " Special Price $M. '''(il ,! For Choice of a Swell Line of Suits in new rough materials, worth For a line of high class Suits usumlly Price, SIMS. l7.r0 to $!8.ro. Special price $I1.IW. i Special fountAln pens ror school use Herbert Klnnnlrd went un o iirnrt.f 75 cent, 1 and 11.25 nt fenny 'a Drug ) head on business on Tuesday Btore. MUa Sallle linn Una or Corbln, I the guest of the Misses Ellla. Charles Dawes Is In Williamsburg I PERSONALS. on n mi nine ? J trip Hev. Clarence J. Hippie, of Ixmdon, J. II. William la in Jackson, Tenn., was nero on burner several iloya Vlitnlng hla brother J. H. Williams. this week. Sam Magee cam,, from Doyle to Mr. Clllton f Tntum. renresontlne Crab Orchard to rote Tuesday. the Scarborough Co, of Indianapolis, MIm Katellc Walker ot faint Lick, is in town seeing the citizens In re gard to n new map of Kentucky. la trm guest of Mis Ilellc Denny. MUa Sadie Haughman, of MuMon- K. Klkln, of Lexington Col. M. who vllle Is the Riicst ol MUa I'enchle lias always held Stanford as Ills vol-In- Il.iughman. residence, came over Tucaday to Mm. M. S linughman Is spending n ote for Helm week with Mr and Mrs. J K. HauKh .Mra. Ilessle HcKlnney wont up to man and family at llustonvllle Kugene II Wilson, eon ot Joli Ornb Orchard Thursday to llt Mls of the llast Knd, who Ins been iloodli llcdd with the buslnesi depart .Mr and .Mrs. Ijllon Hiker, Mr connected m-- nt of the Kast Kentucky Slate Nor and .Mra Tutl WIMerMpooii, and Mra. nial School it Klrhmond has rccentl) 1) V Orulilm, uf llarrodiiburg, stop-po- ncceptcd a lucrative position with the by here for a while Wednesday Ivan Ht Ixtuls and Suburban Hallway Co. en .oute homi' from l.anrntr In .Mr Sena'or TK)k Hubble of Lincoln a nutn. ltikr count), was n prominent lsltor here Mra Mary Straus attended the fun- Mundiv llefldes being a leading lie la an expert farmer nnn eral of her nephew, V II King, nt Wll-i-on poll-uila- SEVERANCE & SON, "T7 2 .o Stanford, Kentucky. I l r- ' miKiny cow driving now. See our fine line nf l.n .. ff0"!"' "fringe heaters acd 'roal. J. C. McCInry. Just received Sealshlpt oysters thu finest and best obtainable We have exclusive egrney Udrton's resUu- Lost. Gold locket, shape of a heart, eonlalr.8 two ladles' pictures, and has monogram "J W. K. engraved. Also hand painted belt pin. lteturn this office. Ileward. Kor Sale 10 shares of Hustonvlllo National flank stock. Apply at this . olllce. We have some second hand buggies i.nd one can-lugfor sale fence Hros, . A HOUSEHOLD MEDICINE To be really valuable must equally good results from each mem Hunting coats, vesta and legglns oer oi tne family using It. Foley nnd gt.ns and ammunition, also nun noney ana Tar does Just thl. clennera. George H. Karris. Whether for children or grown oer I sons Foley's Honey and Tar la best "My Wife's Karrlly" rome to the opera house next Thursday night It and safest for a II eoughs and colds. Shugars and Tanner. Is said to be n right. 45, Geo. If (iood stock of guns from Karris. 1U.50 to . laugh-produc- FREE a. 50c Jar of Brintf this coupon (o our store- and do as the ad directs. We will then jive you ubsolulcfy free n full size jor of Pnlmoliver Cream which we ordinarily sell for 50c cash. You'll find this cream the most delightful thing of its kind evet ' made. POWDER ntado from Royal Grape Oroam of Tartar noAium,Noume Pnospnate The only baking powder Absolutely Pure IMnevllle lat week Mlaa Jean lluch&nan of Crnb Orchard arrived from I.oulvlllo last evening to visit her sister Mra. A. Addi.m. Sho wm accompanied by her niece MUs Jane Addaroa who has been wllh her aunt Mlaa Jean Hnico Jlalderman for aereral days rYank-for- t Kewa. Mr, and Mra. Joe.Katrla will leave In about two weeks for Orlando, tin., where they will apend the winter. Danville Advocate. Mra. Nannie ferklna. ot hulMntu, la the guest of her nephew, Mra. Joha IVrklni nt JuncUon City, ev. O. M Huey of Somerset was rn Uncnaler thH week where he the funeral of tue lato Mra Mary Yancy O'Neal d Tudge Wise oi&ao a o ft- - ' r. F ' . H 1ear People: arrived in Stanford under contract with Cummins & Wearen to give vou the benefit of my illustrated philosophy and to bring home to you the merits ot this Clothing and Shoe Store. benefit the large and intelligent audience within sight of my picture. Yours truly, See next issue. JUDGE WISE. TMTS hoc t It)' In mule. Mockman and i rn,"ur When the rush of elections are over clothing and gets out There will be a Union service at he dons the old tne Christian church SumUy night en the farm, but nlwnys keeps In SHORT LOCAL NEWS in the interest of Temperance as political motes, in which touch with Nov 13th is "Tht. world's Temperance he Is Interested, no matter how far he llelnr new apple butter at W. H, Sunday" Dr. CrosfIeld of Lexington la away from the "seat of w.ir" Mis will deliver the addis. home Is near Hubble, Lincoln county, lllgglns. niual distance from Danville, lincas-te- r Mrs. J. E. Urown and Mrs. W. K. Stanford nnd Junction City. Hev Hugh II Hudson ol Unrdona-vllle- , the iriooic were Dotn Richmond Climax Virginia, has been called to the tne pony belonging tnrown out of too;, to tho latter Miss Khoda Lunaford died at the pastorate of the Stanford fresbyt-r-l.ivehicle and badly shaken up, wnen home of her nlete, Mra. W, K, Var-cochurch, and will come here next frlgf-- and ran away near their homee at Hcnderaonvllle. N C. aud the Sunday to preach for the congregation Wednesday. Both ladles had a narrow were cbrought here for burla' Dr. Hudson has not yet accepted the escapes from Beiious Injury, but luckremains Wednesday night, and laid to rest In call, as hc desires to look over the ily were thrown out on soft places, Iiutfalo cemetery. She waa about 70 field and familiarize himself with the besides a few bruises are none tne yeara of age and had many friends work to be done before deciding fin' wore for wear. anJ relatives here who will mouru her uliy what he win do. He has been very highly recommended lews to the The Woman's Improvement Club ot church Stanford will meet at 230 f. Jl., Wednesday Nov. ICth at the MethoHev Sam fltman will conduct ser- dist church. A lull nttendance Is vices at the Hubble Christian church desired. Some new names will be Sunday morning and night. All are presented. Each committee has Mme Invited. new work to prepare Tho general topic will be tlv ic Kighteousncss.' or President, MrflJ. J. Dicetey, Secrefresldenl it. H. Crosstield, JVanxlanla, University, l.exlnpton tary, Mrs. S. M. Saufley. will pieuch at the Christian church CARD OF THANKS. Sunday morning nnd evening. Mr and Mrs. J L. Holtzclaw wish Hlg Sandj' sorghum molastes nt W to tiiank the neighbors and other good friends for their kindness ot H. IHrsln their ilmost total illnes of their little daughter, Anna viho Is now reNOTICE TAXPAYERS. covering. I t. Ill be nt Crab Orchard Saturday FYlday, Nov. Nov. mh, at Moreland Mr Otto Paul Milwaukee, Wis, says 25th, at Hustonvlllo Saturday Nov. Foley's Houey and Tar is still more penalty than the best. He writes us, "All The 2Clh. to collect taxes. goes on Dec. 1st. Meet me on above those that bought it think It Is still W. U McCnrty, more than the be&t. Our baby ha- -a dates and ettle. pppppPHalnf flaaB Sheriff. bad colJ and It cured him In one day. Please accept thanks." K I. Ked pullets for Sale Some and cockerels nnd Toulonse geese. $100 Reward, $100. Apply to .Mrs. V. J. Kdmlston, Crab to kn will Uib Tbf nArn Ky. "3P- - tfcit Ura U totkMt one drrtdnl b Orchard, tUttu Uit k irar uul lUt H curt tu brca able toCurrbla Cureluk iwr onlr rciilvj Uie Here's something good for I J., read caunb. lUir. to tb. roMKal tratrrelir. UttArtb rura dow known era: The Cincinnati fost dnlly one bto a cwuUtutKHul dlwur. rrfluttc. Wa Ulro treatment, llallt Catarrh Cure one jcar joar; the Interior Journal1S11 Wood-lauactinf dlnrtlr upon lb blood and mueoui tba HrlacM ol tb. rynna. thrtbr dtroyin nnd tho J'ost'B beautiful and tTln tne patient ol the up the Calendar all for 12 60. This or touatUlloobr buUIIncdkaw. ccDilltitlon and auut-In- c trrnitb Tbe la fer 1h eood for both new subscribers m naturefaith dotrur Ita work powrrapropntori tare tbat tl.er oner m Ita euratrte ami old ones who renew. The Calen Oneml Hundred Ilollara tor any rate tbat It lalll to everyone cure. Hend tor lut ol teitbncnlala dar is n beaut), while most tWloledo, O. AddnaaP J.CIIKNKY knows what the two papers are. This bold by all Urunuta. w. your subscription Take llall'a rtwily liua tor coutlpattos. la n bargain. Send to tho Interior Journal at once. AN IDEAL HUSBAND t Wm. Ilraden and Miss Allc,. Cun- is patient even with a nagging wire ningham, a prominent young couplo for he knows she needs help. She may ol tho King' Mountain section, wore bo so nervous and run down In health united in marriage "l tn home of th that trifles annoy her. it Bne ib rauiiin bnue last week by Hev. A. O. Coker. choly, excitable, troubled with loss or They have many friends who wlsn r.ppetite, headache, sleeplessness, conthem much happiness. stipation or minting and dizzy spells, yho nteds Electric bitters the most tinlnlng class of the wonderful remedy for ailing women. The teacher will meet nt tho house Thousands of suffers from female llaptlst church of Mm. Jesse Wearen Friday evening troubles, nervous troubles, backacbn nt 7 30 , M All who nrc interested and weak kidneys hnve used them nnd wish to take the work are In- and become healthy nnd happy Try vited to come. Only 30 cents. Satisfaction the&m. ijuaranteed by Penny'B Urug btore Kor Sale. Urlck nouse and two acres of land on Somerset street; nlc0 cottage on East Main street; house and 25 acres on East Main and a house and five acres of land on Danville avenue. Apply to Harvey Holm. ds t tribute liberally Constipation, 'iVdlgestion, drive awny appetite nnd make you weak nnd sick. Holllster's Ilocky Mountain Pa nbtores the nppotlte, drives away ilitcnsc, builds up the system. 35 Cents Tt1 or Tablets Shtirnra nnl The fresbyterinn Hdles will bnve tn exchange nnd bazaar on Saturday December 10th. All are asked to con Pfilmolive Cream: We have a rcfi- ulnrsizc jar of the famous Pnlmolive Cream for you. It won't cost you a cent. Cut the coupon from ihe Nov. is sues ol vjooa Housekcepinc.PncificMonthly.Red Book, Woman's Home Companion, Ladies' World, Uncle Remus' Magazine. Dec issuesof People's Home Journal, Delineator, Designer, New Idea, Blue Book, Green Boole. Nov. 19th Collier's Weekly. Nov. 5th Saturday Evening Post. Nov. 6th Illustrated Sunday Magazine and Associated Sunday Magazine. It's en tirely new and has all the quality of Palmolive Soap, the r queen of all toilet soaps. Look in the magazines for llur coupon. Bring it to this store. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. - SHOES i ooo i FOR SERVICE As usual we are showing Best Line of WORK SHOES The Market Affords VU 1 J the that ir pll U l0 cwntitu-tlno- al d I have just c II W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY L R. Hughes T. V. Humble W. O. Marine IW SMS f 08 FOR 8ALE1 Two atory house 7 rooms, 1 hall, S porchea nil necessary outbuildings Including good barn. W Rood wells ot water, young orchard. 7 acres ot land, all in fine shape. 1 tenant house. physician. In a good Fine placo fdr W. U McCnrty- town and splendid community price Apply to I It. Hughes or 2,500 My only mission is to entertain and iTORE'rB TT HOME or HART 8CHAFFNER MARX CLOTHES BETSY'S POINTERS: llaptUt "Among tho many stuues of a good ( rhurcti. f reaching service nt of scrim-- 1 keeper Is the Subject ot morning sermon, U0H83 which belongs science branch of M A. to n mumu; blng, Thn Christian llewaru. physical culture. The secret or suc-- ( school and 11. Y V V. at U.45. less In buying groceries Is to trado with Coffey & Coleman," .., Huch It. Hudson, of Gordons i?ev. nii.. inui. vm. in vllt our. lllo Vh., who was recently called to stoio and Inspect the finest nnd most, tho pastorate of tho fresbyterian pleasing display of pure foods ever eek to berore olfeted In Stanford. 'Phone churt-here will arrive thl I look over the flem. anu win prautu 136. Goods delivered. at thHt church next Sunday morning COFFEY A COLEMAN W Stanford, Ky., "d evenm. o,,.irv aorvice at the We have just received a new line ot Persian Silks for waists and dresses. Also several pieces of Chiffon in different shades, to be used for waists and tolds. Price, II from;50 cts to $1.50 yard. HUGHES, MARTIN ft STANFORD, & CO., , Dry Goods. Notions, Shoes KENTUCKY 'e l mmmmmmmifmmm i.W flli'HinipinniBP'niww.iinWiiBPii. m ,HpiapwnjMmni".MM1 m jh nmn npniim WWJP iiinffiwwiiPiiVll PHP" V THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL: KKIDAY. NOVKMBKR llta 1910. iCW 10 Cents a Button JLOO a Rip Nature makes the cures after all. Now and then she gets into a tight place and needs helping out. Things get started in the wrong direction. Something is needed to check disease and start the system in the right direction toward health. Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with can do just this. hypo-phosphit- es -- THE FARMERS For sale 67 choice yearling steer. V. Carpenter, Moreland, Ky. Jones A Cross bought '.'i butcbet Richmond Monday at from cattle nt 2 to 3 cents. For Sale. 100 stock ewes. W. O Walker Harris & Woods have posted their farn h against hunting or fishing. A. 2 2 7U-He-wa- It strengthens the t ;: For sal0 my house mid 20 acres pood land attached. The ("has. Singlo ton plar for rent for l'.HI. Ward Moon-Crab Uiclmrd. Ky. (iarlnnd Juium sold some cattle lo (icorge lloone it jl.Vt. John Stewnson boimht some corn .it . T.S delltercd. J 1! Thompson bought 7 mules ol w l Crimes for I70o. It I' Ihompjon bought a Iter Pea-lntKllion from same nt J200. The three jenr oltl saddle stallion t'lKika Denmark lias been sold by J. F Cook & Co., of Lexington, Ky.. to J. O. Dunlnp ot Tennessee for $1,500. ".lie ,'olt Is handsome and null bred. He Is one of the Inst of the get of . e WORK WEAKENS THE KIDNEYS. Doan's Kidney Pills Have Done Great 8ervl:e fcr People Who work In Stanford. Most Stanford leoplr svork every day In some stained, unnatural position bonding constantly over n desk riding on jolting wagons or cars doing laborious ohusework; lifting leaching or pulling, and trying the jh A'l lack In n hundred olher these strains tend to weur wenxen they mil rnd Injure tho kidneys until behind In their work of filtering tho IKjisons from tre blood. IXwns Kidney Fills cure sick kidneys, put new strength In bad backs Stanlord cures Democratic- - majority In the of Koprcscntfitltn will tw nt least 43, nnd possible more, 4 compared with the present Republican majority of d Th House To Lincoln County Tax Payers Don't forget the per cent will toon be added to your taxes and It It the desire on my part that any should have to pay thlt extra money, therefore I want to Qlve all a chaneo to settle up anri avoid the per cent, So I. or one of my deputlet will be at the poling placet on the dates named below, to meet you and collect taxet and deliver lo you your reeHpt.. Thlt will be the tait call before the per cent It added, to don't fal" to meet nt on the dalct named below! Crab Orchard Saturday Nov. 19th. Nov. 25th. MrelanH. Friday Huttonvllle. Saturday, Nov. 26th. W. L. MeCARTY S. L C p. s.- At all time we will be olad to have .it oj call -- the office wher we will wait en ou promptly snrt with det patch. Make my office your home while in town, you are alwayt welcome. . W. L. MCCAHTT. i nt "F-- t 1 9 Hr;i Wk&fcK t J)OTCHESS X S .ftLtt makes them t3&WJjle fttld v lfW Ilk. nerves, feeds famished tissues, and makes rich blood. roR 8LE Send lftc, nftrn nr ALLDncaaisTa lllghliind Denmark At the sale or Mrs A S Ollmore on the D.mvlll,. pike Wednesday, the farm of CO acres was taken down at ? HO an acre, and the sale ot per tonally postponed to a Inter date Will Heater bought of Jno. Varner n filly uy lied Leal crack two-- ) ear-ol- Stan lohn II Wren, K Main I know from experiford, Ky.. soys ence thnt Doan's Kidney Mi's are all nnd on tint Is claimed for them Olf attacks for several years I had severe ot lame back. Oltcn I did work that required stooping and nt sii"h times thf bnckacro became much worse desire There was also a too to o!d the ki Inevs secrotlons both relieved me nnd ha,. never failed to Doan's Kidney Fills day nnd night benefit me since then when I have ptoe It STIRRING TIMES. e are hiving In tho building line. We carry a full line, of lime, platter, cement and ovcrythliig cite needed Hvcr) thing purchased tor building, hero will bu found of tho bctt quality and the best for Intended purpose. We will sate you trouble and unnCM tary expense by sending to ut tor an frni"t estimate. taken them " For snle by all dealors. Foslor-Mllbur- York, Co.. sole ngents for . llHflnlo, Price 0c New J. jr - A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. the United States. Itemember the and take no other. i naine lHtn i iSM0 TROUSERS a! (hit !. for rut Child'. Skttck-BooKMh Lack reoar. SCOTT & UOWNE. 409 Pearl SL. New Ywk bMitllul 8.tln. lUnk nd bank conLlft. a OooJ r( lfr lor 1 1U0 M II uneasy in any position, 'iibwa'tuic of cloth in hips FOR SALE "ell as com stylish, .iocs fi ft they Are cut to fit, hri"ncto :hape and made hanging Fork farm ot 862 well Improved anil well water-cil- , miles from Dam tile. I.ancnster nn I Stanford on Dun lite mid 1 '.' turnpike mile Irom th'T hes good school, store aim ulnrK-miltshop, rural route, runs by door i)clllig of b rooms nnu two commo- i.liu-porches comparative new, l large barn two tobacco buns other necessary o tbulldlngs. all In ffrort No. 1 Uu-i.ist' re-pa- li Ko; Is am Robinson i Geo. lurthrr I Infr.rmntlor. upplv " Bright. Agent. Stnntanl, Ky. FARM FOR SALE! J' I will sell pr'vately n.v form of about 20 ncres, mile and half from Hustnnvllle on Pauille pike. llat houte f seven room all other neces-'swimprovements and splendid water y in Stanford, Ky. nn po'C'len soon J. C. NEAL. Mort'linil, K They are upbuilding, strengthening and soothing Tonic in action, quick In results. Sliugars and Tanner, GOOD RESULTS ALWAYS FOLLOW Kidney Foley's Pills. Tho use of FURS JflHN WHITE W. Vfc HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIOES Wrlto for price- Wool on Commission. list mentioning thli ad, & COi Established 1837 L0UISVILLE,KY. 4wVfSSF A FULL LINE OF fer his new home In (".rant iountv Ills farm there contain' G4 I Heine compelled to go to Ari'on.i I will offer for salc private! nt .Mr acres Herndon Is n lilgli-clapike I I " citizen and th0 people of tills commuul farm of MO acres on rut-of- f miles south or DanMlle and Stsnro.d, l are sorrj to see him lene here plU known as tl.e (1 It Kngleman DnnWIle Messenger. . Fence Htos, sold to S IJ. Ilnlihou plice on Friday December 2nd. 1910 22 780 pound cattle at 4 cents, nnri at 10 A. M Th(. faun has on It nn ' a bunch of M0 oim! hogs to T excellent house ol u rooms, torn Jones at 7 rents. imratiely new, all necessnrv oi't K Kerry, of HustoiiMlle. this buildings. 3 barns, geol tenant house bought of C. K McClur,. M and fencing Is nearly wetk all new, iiumbe-o- t norei- - of land adjoining his farm on never tailing spilngs, a. I In blue pike, just out of Huston-il- l grass, ami clover exc-p- : tue .Stanford c urp'h, at $10"i an acre. This Is a er whlcii Is own In wheal and re desliaLle idfire and will make a Live Stock. addition to Mr Ilerrv's already At the same time I will disuse of ntttartlve farm one registered saddle mare, 9 ears Frank Cordler this week sold his old, In foal to S. T. Harris' King Kagle acres of land, near l.irm of 2S two rood famll) mares subject to to Dae Collier. The cnnsldeni-Ho- register, both to All Pontine, good PHONE 153. was IS.ilOO. Mr Collier will take wehtein splendid j unite good dritor, a The rose!on at once Collier mrm Itake work mul. H jenrs old, 1 gool suck will nl'e one and Mr ling mule, SI extra mountain ewew. at onre bred lo lamb Feb. 20, 7 meat hogs I 6 brood so s nnd 40 stunts Now Livorv. joung A BARGAIN. Jersey cow, fresh, shorthorn cow Dopot Stroot, 7ti 1 2 acres of land in Lincoln conn-tv- . fresh, three earllng betters, I Phone OO, About 4." acres of fine tobacco old steer. kind, and It acres, of line bottom 1 pair coming three enr old mnre 5TAN FOKD. KENTUCKY. land. Good tobacco barn SlxiS It mules well broke. pair tJ year old feet to eae. This barn Is new. Oth mate mules. I family marc, 8 year old er buildings are old. Good chance for saddle mare, ponj colt, I yearling totneone to make money. Price $3,500 gelding, two vear old gelding. See 1,. II. Hughes or W. - MrCarty.' FEED. Five stacks of cloter hay, 1 of timoSALE STILL GOES. thy, 75 barrels ot corn, 300 or 400 T ht. burping of my home will In shocks of fodder, etc FARM IMPLEMENTS. no way Interfere with the sate of my binder, Consisting of one mower, F.verythlng property on Iec. 2nd. gjes nl.solutel. SiM ad In another 2 harrows. 2 turning plows, 1 cultl jhotel plows, v.itor, 2 doublf. rommn. i;ooert seuauer 1 buggy. set of buggy harness, fann wagon. 1 new 3 horse FARM FOR RENT. whett drill, fertilizer nnd grass seed For lltll my place 1 mile east ot Attachment etc., also lot of Plymouth containing t0 acres with Hock chickens and white Holland tur Mavvcod, pood house and outbulldlgs, hue kevs. Terms easy spring and .'.ood orch'ird; 18 acres for ROBERT F. SCUDDER, c irn, 10 for oats and oalanco In gross. BUnford. Ky . II. V D. No. 2. s 2 1 hand-Mime 2 How-land 1 1 I ' 1 J 1 1 today lleriuloi' left tlo.le countj PUBLIC SALE We Want 'SO111 MAY Turkeys n xi I Bring them in at! once and we will YOUR LIFE DCPEND you the highest umiii t'n Fircngth ol strap Hun pay i'wma often t'irc from tlefecttv,. bar Market Prices. ne oursei' to mis iiei. Don't 'iap r pulling sumetlilnr flimsy on H. B. Northcott. a irislt auiiiul Cur Harness i"ul lo ml "tiiergi'iu les J. C McCLARY, Stanford, Ky. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. Is Fall And Winter Suitings new tail and winter tammies aro Tbey now ready tar your Inspection. cotaprue the ten on the niarkrL 1 can suit any une at to price who has nit clothes made to order. A suit made to your measure Is preferable To bate to ready mado clothes. them made to measure doesn't coat any mora than retaj mad when quality and (It U Uoeaa In and let n taa roar mauar. B. O. CARTER. iy HIE ooairc 1L C 1 Kair. in. Practical Tailor S plow-harnes- 1 Cue J. MRS. P. E. CASH. C Tucker. 2 Stanford, Ky w COAT SWEATERS AND f M orfv Underwear L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky, g FARM FOR SALE! SO acres lying 1 miles west of Having decided lo change ray Highland, a good cottage and outI will on houses, barn etc., 6 fields fcncd; about :i5 acres in cultivation; plenty Thursday, December 15th, 1910, FRUIT AND SHADE TREES of wjttr. Reason for selling out not offer for site to the highest bidder able to work on larm. Price reason- the following described property: Everything for Orchard Lawn 74 bead ol cattle; 30 head of 7fu able and Garden. pound yearlings, and 44 head ot 900 JAS. A. KING. SO-Stanford, Ky., It. P D. No. 3, Ilox 65 to 1,100 pound cattle; 42 head or hogs Write for IVee Catalogue No Agents from lro to 225 pounds, In bunches to H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS. suit purchaser. Cood meat hogs; 1 The Morleigh Diamond Lexington, Kentucky. five yeir old saddle rnare extra good; 1 one tear old colt; pair extra good 8 PUBLIC SALE! Not getting a sat isfactory price for my property, I will continue business at the old stand. G. B. J. C. McClary. PRUI'f T, Moreland, Ky. Undertaker Office 'Phone 167 an4 iEmoamer KY. Home 'Phone 35. STANFORD. v W I m g Walertiie Hunting Goat PUBLIC t - SALE lfi haul mar0 mules; one pair 1.1 hand t.naif mules; two good milk cows (on rtcshi; 700 to 8i0 barrels o! corn, old on ground; SOO bales or bay; Inrmlng Implements ol all kinds wagooR, hay rake, mow2 ing mnrlutie: harness; kitchen furnl ture aril household furniture. IhltMS. All bills 110 nnd under cash in hnnd, over 10, a negotiable six months note ocnnng u per cent Interest from date of sale 2 two-hors- e iTWJ-o- Qa account of declining health I have decided to rent out ruy rarra the Stanlord and Pieachersvllle turnpike, ti nnW from Stanford sad wile from Pietchersvllle for the year 1011. sell orr my personal 3rpttrty mid go to Arizona I will therefore on Thursdaj the 17th, day"'W')wL,rnliert 1'MO. on tho above premises olfor nt public auction the followr;jijierty to wit. u HORSE Chester horses and mules aiming them one bioKe sale for women to drive and good 6addUir; I Na- jSax; old broke to ride and ilrho and very gentle; two itaUi Kldlng three wars ywtiW l.lucoln Snuinel fillies bioj.e to saddle and harness; 1 yearling Ail he aliovtoiit of good mares. lASfrM 6(jiiImcI Ull ' goMl buggy mare, safe for children H tood wagon anil larm horse xiawirivpio schoolj 1 pair three year old mules, well broke and good work--ror tt l:eilwell ware; 1 u STOCK: JOHN G. LYNN. NU On aame day and date V W burton will oiler for sale farm now-- i occupied by me. consisting or 270 I acres, with good houst. and buildings I stock and tobacco barn, THE PLUMBING THANKSGIVING urtli writered bv a never Inlllng spring well fenced nnd fences are In eicel-- should bn a celebration of work well condition; 200 ncres ot this turn none and runny people pleated. That Hut Is Ir. blue grass and will grow hemp, is how we Intend to cilcbrote tobacco oi anything other farms in we shall not be coiupleloly luippj tin III we know tint will grow iur plumbln Is nil right lli't hae us take n look nt It nnd If nn thing Is needed let us do the work so It will be olf your mind and ourf Then e ctn both be truly 1 INSURE YOUR FAMILY WANT. AGAINST lnt A gtent blaze often heads the nn announcement of .t lire Whnfs hain penlug dally, may happen to xu. A total loss Is u noMsihllltv In hn ilrnmi cd nnd avoided. You can be secured Alien nrnlncted In n nollev Issueil hv W. 8. Fish's companvs, which never rails to adjust losses sparely and promptly We lend all In the number or risks tnrrled PUBLIC A coat with style and class and the most practical hunting coat ever designed. Is yet absolutely water-tigh- t, light and flexible. A coat made to fit a hunter and very liberal in cut. It bound with leather; has leather. Ilaxing rented m SALE 1 W. S. 3TANF0RD, KY. FISH PHONE 200 farm will on thnnkl il. turn Htianllng mule Sod lnlll cows, all fresh; yearling heller; 1 cules; CO hogs tumuIwia of 18 rutunlng boss,1 bro"l suws shoata etc vagon, 1 spring two liowe ' Jiugsles, I buckboard, fi nets ot buggy I'atness, I jiuena Vista saddle, I lady's baddle, .iJBW'iiurnc8, plow gear, etc 1 rt, 1 MILK COWS. litmder. mower, lloosler coru planter, disc hanow, section harrow, iawj. S road scrapers, 2 cane mills i evaporator, one wheat fun new, vatu atelier, corn crusher, 100 barrels 0f corn, a lot or good korghum for about 75 bushels of cane ced teetj. tliousehold and kitchen JurnltiK consisting or sich things that are jAiully found in a country 'FARM IMPLEMENTS. ul om0 rt0 pure lrtd hn itxl. hand; uu ,ums over that amount a ctrdit of AH sums ot $10 cash In be month .. will be gUen, notes to LCari.-.-Iimde negotiable and payable In the r . lv naf mill Inloriul from ilnv nt H..1, f UMIlflird. ...... .., -- . uuniv !" TVfStTrtiuonai .until I'altl. a bread will be serred to all who at- A. lunch ot hot eolfeo and llgiit ' Oot toi,. iiymouth Kock, lllaok Huff Orplilngtons and sliver AKei Wyandotteg; aSo about ami rooieUi Q 100 pointt. Hat ventilated under arm cutsets and adjustable cuffs. The water- proofing ia by a new process that it really water-tigh- t. covered shoulders; five outa!d ope outtide patch pocket and, ba yll came pockets throughentire 'coat. The corduroy out the collar fltt perfectly aj)d when turned up fattens with storm ttiap. Tho button boles are all worked with silk, ttaya at the strain-In- g J ' Chandler, Auctioneer W. P. WHITE. If you want a coat that has class, style, and yet room for anjS reasonable "bag," investigate this coat For 8ale By GEO. H. FARRI8, m stock, farming Implements, crops, teveral head or cows, 2 yearling Meers, 5 hetld of butcher heifers, 1 pair of work mules, four and six yoats mnre mules; old: 1 pair a mulo colU, 2 brood mares, 1 work mare. 1 extra yearling Carroll Pteston colt, 1 cair. 11 head ol meat hogs, 175 shocks or corn and 1& shoats, fodder, horsepower cutting box and all tanning Implement needed on a Hist class fnun. nnd kltcheu furnlturo Houbehoid of ull kidiu and other things too nu merous to mention. Sale begins promptly nt 10 o'clock, Absolute sale as I am going to Term made known on Oklnboma A. D, ROOT, day of sale. Ol. J. P. Chawlier, AucL four-year-o- November, 15th, 1910, my farm four miles rioni Stanlord Phone 1M. on the Hustonvllle pike, soil to tho hlghebt and best bidder, nil ot my W. K. WARNER, Stanford, Ky. POSTED YOUCANBUY I Your coal cheaper rigfet how than any time in the year. at (The hunting season It upon ut and nearly everyone wants to post hta place. The chargo Is 23 cents cash with name.) K. 1). J W. ,M. K .1. S. I Jim tence I V. llaugb.uan. Harris H. H llaughman, J 11. lUughmun Will Coidier Frank Cordler M II. I.ytle Christ Jacob. l)r J. (J. Carpenter Mr. Mnttle White W. n, Daughertj John M Uooch II I Anderson O. M. Anderson A r Tmyior, J H. Thompson J. A- - Potter J H Uustle. O P, Newland. tt. Curtis. Warria St Wood. Hughe. T, A. Hlco M. J. Hoffman J. II. Acton Let us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel. Clean Coal; No Slack. Phone 11. J. H. Baughtnan& Co. .. L