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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f ltirI INTERIOR l a URNALIIIi I J 1 I 11 VOLUMJrrx v11ti STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY TUESDAY NUVFMUER 15th 1910 No 75 11 MACK HUFFMAN t l PASSES OVER RIVER OLQEST NATIVE BORN CITIZEN OF STANFORD DIES AFTER LONG ILLNESS In Ute death of Mr Alnok Huffman 1 tvlil K occuircd on Sunday nlicrnoo- ii8tt Btunford loser one of ha moa JidUtomed and nt the time its oiaojt native living citizen ho having been 1 lIopqn this city 71 YOM fgu In AUK lott tie was the oldcwt ion of low ninnyvedrihecomnii nlty nl1dnloIt surgeon In the Paabrstytbcveral years slnco Mont of Sir Huffiuttna atu nrnty+ viro spent In Ns commtinitr Ills occupation durlfTfhtit early mnnnooii and1tl4rJenland In tltlw ps iv+d1 ns tM ad vvAfeverelly ri1 Tijurfld by a fun irom I buliilln theIioviml After thnt IIP ngnBt l In the furniture business a iftnuidcTuhU length of Umc but lelired many year nKO utter nceumulntlng n oompcienoj Ile had held for a long time in puii lion of president or trio rcniptvrr emu lany and tuolr treat pride and Inter Veat in tutoring nnd beamlivlnn its w burying grounds of Slnco young nmnitood bo tins been a conlltellfnlr of the ITI1I- Utrlntt ch yJ na Ions lien Ull office of Weacon ne was the very soul of honor And luilvwtnily iK mlar hlr friends cquftlllnK the numliot o + til acquaintances Ho nuns nnor nl tnoa IlGhlful characters whd n81r 1jtrew old and to the day of ids death WM pcwswied of the buoyafttt nud tun ot Itorhood Mr Hulfmnn WAS Itr married Ile Is survlvedhjf flue brother it It IL Huffman of tonlnna hntt a tftw Mnt 1J I tochrnn o Kansan ciiy t ofmot4apeCtI will be hard to fill r fciAUcr brief serving at the grave I Moffett3fffiriirwh cliaVdi hero the remains ot pi Rtrod mnn were Inld to tonal rest Tho pall bosrtrs were Ur A H II J McRoberls Jl l Elinorglee tolnht W M llrtght IL C Karris E T fence and J W Alcorn Preachersville Ullllam Taylor n tenant on thu tarns of John Ktophenion two mules outbcat of here while preparing to exeperlenceAtlthe wajrons after which tae chickens weN tc bo rounded up Ono wise old I propollmlchangoItrenenslve of the approaching elec tion election darted Into u donna copse walled himself of the shelter ln rcfiijto afforded by a mound hogi don mlnr was delayed a mattock jrocured and Mr To lor proceeded to ncover his property which wan iiccomplUhiMl utter hard work A P Stephens sold some nay to W Hi Brown at CO cents 81reltIsuch wore I Wm Sprinkles of Kowlana MrstiI a5 of iarranl won visiting Mrs llpuclbw and Irs Jdlnlton Mm 1 CrtM V4 II Drown was vlRltlnj Mm J M + irs LJzrSc HollrelsTr sad Mrs Si inn Bdmlston visited Mrs John So Imstlan la larrard J T Roberta of Qifcdalc Tenn visited Mr and xMrs T V Ruaw Mrs J M Pettus of Stanford was visiting net mother Mrs Ucbcca Pettus James L Jlttle Bon or 4 fa ItfgfOiy U ill of heart troubla Oscnr HoltiTclnw and sister Miss lies ateor Walnut Flat visited Miss Maude McAlister Miss Hallle Urown or tiarrard has returned from a pro 4 tractfxl visit at Mayavlllo Mo Miss Katie rlau Melvin has returned from a vlelt to Miss Amy Parrl h nt Illch tnoptt Mlaa Hallle frown and Kun seirDrowB pf Stanford visited Miss Katherln Melvin bass Nora Smith- ipKNie friebds In Rutkcastle Little Mina tiara Larue Traylor and little ir ettdilUu Miifcgie Carpenter werv Tl ltlsc Mr and Mrs U P White Dir J T Wells and wife nttended clturcl b J lot Sunday 1vitL- tnccknreh otrRct dntettip rat the Chris continues wlthlncreanlni interest shown Rev T H Thornton Is tfotoc neme tine preaching and the 4 singing diiccttedDaPrflr4iaadf rut tin + l JfttrJa holtrclWias 1 lea I turn of the sivtee iiich compliment ed by all In attendance Kpv Thorn tons subject Bunda ymornlns was Cf us fWUHensefl and a p psr Irthe afternoon to mon ftUbJlct- What+ a Man Sowelh That Shall lie Atoo Reap Fprtuno Tplllns sub ject ot Nersnon Monday evening iCreak nOItPfevalenttiurlal the weatherof the cafly IHQtathsr Parents of young chJIdrcii hoAW bo prepared for It All that la needt4I Is a bottle of ChimberialMs Grxtsk Remedy Many mothers sre- sever wJt tlt lit their homes HIMI w IthM never disappointed them Sold wPettnyr ruJstort Lancaster Sirs iiuiirv untortalneil th JXlllittonThe lre Lyt rlnn Missionary HO flcty meets the third Atondny nt the ClllllTl Mr Ti P llndfon inHlilor of tilt tltrzen Nntlonnl Drink has been KlcK gripKlrkTlllott Mr- JoshUn Tlltcit or Uanvllle and a nephKr of tlin 5lli ses Tlllott of hits piiioo weA nmrrlid lam woek to Miss haven Ilnckwnod or ludlow 1110 vrboin IIIIK vlhltcd his rcintlveH Imri oft on Mexdniupa Hudson Williams Kris bff mill Mlwos Murtlia and Helen Mill nrrninpnnltd nubs Humdoti tn Stanfurd the last week and hcnra bur Rain Jnonc lit lcrlIHllrclltu luc ture TH AIIIrll All Bible Society will hold their annual iiwtliiK Hiinuliv iiljtht at the IhrlKtlin church An thesi nicotine arc Intarcntltig u full liouso IM expected A telegram lias been received by retatlet nnnounclnR that Mr tvm VantlH a former UmenHtor stun now of llohoc Ark le very III r pinn inonln Mr Yintl in a son of the late llnrvpy Vantls of this County nml n brother of Meimrs Tliotnat snd Jam s Yanttd and ales amen those Iurror Ciirrle Davidson W J Ho omits till of tldr place and Mrs Wra CiirroM of Stntifurd ale H M Unllnii sold hot Band stone linnio on Richmond stret lor 1I1W to Mrs llelle Hcott of thin vi cinity airs llnlloim many WtmU hope slip will decide tn remain In JnnrRIIr A splendid likeness of Hev c W Hlnfv appeared In govern papers re costly In connection with the Ken lurly DHpUnt Association whlih will meet in rrntntana this wok buctln ninu Monday and Continuing through Iriday Rpv Mr Kliey condiirtcd H revival here the tall of U01 Mr Alox Valkor Rnve it six onlook llnn i tn H number of fioiuln lIIUIlS Itclmtt Henry of KlrltHvi and 1111 Scnttn Sebastian of this city wore univln tnairii Hi Hit rosliknre of ILlder F M Tinder he pronniinrhig the cerrmmtyThe ofldf m the pretty young Mr Vw Scbnstlan while the groom IM In the mercantile buslneu with his inth er In Itlrkllm MlfH Annie Cotton of Onnvlllo IK tlu ttucvt of the MI + s3 Yancl Mrr O 0 Htmilrcii nf MndtHQn has been with herpnrents Mr and Mrs James Prathor Mrs Jostle Arnold has re iiirncii to her home In Kninkfort butt K M Tinder left + tonday to yin it mbllvpH In CyrtliUna Mrs N A U Mnrkrbur was In Danville the pnlll wcclc visiting her daughter Mrs lenls Undrnm Mrs i K Hubble of Somerset spent the past week with Mm Win 1IIt Mrs Siilllc Rnybarn of Richmond U expected Thanksgiv lug to visit her daughter Mrs Parker UreRory Mrs Win Payne Is In How ling Green having been called there by the Illness and death or her broth er MUs Harry Bmbry of Shelby vllle HI U visiting her cousin Mr and Mrs W S Krabry Mm Jennie went tTtll leave shortly for n protracted day In WaHhlngton City In Memoriam l ct 8 1878 OcL 8 lUlti In memory of my unsound John Tnkylor tiled April 13th 1910 So often weve wondered dear loved one- IVhluh punsthroughWe Jiavo greeted toile day each year with delight And so often been thankful ttat fate Had been kind to us left ua to strug RI- BTogethur lires conflicts to must We were 10V1IngAnd tin yet a glad memory BadI sweet To think of the yean that have van tithed They were long but so bliort now theyscorn Theres to me but the Godsend of tears And to think and remember and to dream Tq know In pleasure in sorrows dark night To live with you lifes journey through To others so noble so honest upright To me always tender anti true It Is rhapsody still to remember You were mluetlo rebellious I ve been Since the grave hId your face and your form from ray view Yet Ill sec you and know you The brfghteetsotall j earthly blrssluge Was to know that through all you wore true And the crown otjJt hevealyglory Will be dwell for ever with you He still my sad heart seaso repin Gods ing Justice la idonona and true The clouds hide the arm but tis shin Ing And Its halo speaks always of you Therell a haven of rest tor tte wearjv oppressed Together welt be on that abort No heaven Id share If you were not there Tri IfetliLyfl1fredeemed over more MR CLARE tJOTYTRAYL01t t1 TOBACCO MEN WANT MORE RAIN MARiETKINCAIDS HOUSE DONE praylugare tilted to bursting with the brown weed and until n rainy spell it can tot bo gotten ready for the market A P Klncald the tobncco IwyiT Is spinadid llaiighmnn has just built for him back of the mill and next to the railroad but he says that he cat do nothing until there lit more wet weather nnd tobacco got ready for him to buy A Knng of men are now at worK build ing n side trnrk to po right by thu maybemont away right at thodoors The Iins Is equlppetl and will hebig thing for Stanford when It gets actively under way It IB of bolld concrete with a tin roof nnd 18 practically fireproof One wngon loud of tobacco canto to the worehotme Saturday In an effort tc got some body Into the weed the owner Wd thrown water on It und damaged It so that It would turn black In the hogshadn no time Mr Klncald said that he bad no use fo tobacco thAt tail been so treated thnt only crop which hire uatunlly absorbed the mltture can be used lor throwing water on them ruins them No estimate Call be had yet nn to what prln Mr KlnenM or other buyer will pay for tobacco It wr atnt rd before the pool failed that the prices would be hlslit whether the pool bitcceeded or not Considerable tobacco was bought before the bjak at from 10 to 13 cents and the grow em generally hope to obtain that price There Is much anxiety for tile buying to begin as knanv or the fur more have their enr s work tied up In totihcro crops Run Over By Buggy REV P R NOEL DADLV INJURED AT HALLS OAS tier R R Noel was the victim oi a- very painful though luckily not a sort oua accident last week as u result of which ho WHB laid up for 1I Ira days While driving with Rev J It lone the new pnitur of me Baptist church In the country toey stopped on toy of hulls Cap nnC Rev Jones pot out of the buggy to we the niai nlll trt view ijown In the valley from the tOil of the Oap Rev Noel stood lip In the buggy tc point to Stanford when the horse started suddenly throwing the axed divine out of tae vehicle and under the wheels wblch gassed over his body across his stemS nch Rev Jones rescued him 1m uiodiiilely and brouglit him to town where his injuries were attended by physicians but pronounced not necks lardy dangerous Howard Camnitz frWILL NOT BE WITH PITTSBURG BALL CLUB NEXT SEASON Howard Catnrltr llustnnvllles crack pitcher will not bo with the Plttsburg National League next sea wn according to dlnpntches trom tnere It Is expected that he will be sold or traded to soma other club as the result of his differences with President Droyfuns over the salary Question Camnltz played n very prominent part in winning the pen rant lor IltUburir season before last and when he is right there Is none better so that it Is cxpectea ninny of Ito clubs will be anxious to seciro him A dispatch from Pittsburs t Ug ot nn Interview with Drvyfusa on the subject ns follows Will Cnmnltz be with the team next ppaBon Dreyfusa Was asked He will not carne the reply Howard has teen given his chance and has titled to take advantage of the oppor titles which prevented themselves Wo tried to deal fairly with Urn but lor soma rrasoa or other we couldnt pet along He will be disposed of and I believe this Will please him 1 know that ho Isnt nnxloua to play with us acaln and we will have In the future none but players who are rationed lend who are willing to live up to the club discipline We have spent JU9500 this year for now players Some of them look von good and It may be that they will nil any holes that migft be made Stctlo and Kerrj give promise of 3s lug IurcellsllIt pitchers it they are Camnitz will not be ralared so much It nu be too thnt wp wll Lana oth ere who are good Mr Sam C Hardin a prominent At torney of London ly ha formed n yaw nartnerllp with MrsJC Jones ofllnevlUt and the be Bar din Jones commencing Dec 1frHardln will move hu family to pttie vllle nt goon an practicable and they vllle society The now law firm of Hardln Jones will bon strong one in every respect nnd we prophesy that they will merit and receivc con tldbnce of the community Pinevillo Sun Lame back comes on suddenly and Is extremely painful It fa caused by vhenmatlem of the wUsclea Quick Is afforded by applying Cham bertala JI JUnm nt Penuy Dr ltlitfij a POWERS WAS GUILTY- I SAYS LONDON ECHO REPUBLICAN PAPER DECLARE- HE SHOULD CE KEPT OUT OF CONGRESS FOR DECEN CYS SAKE Yh Mountain fcho published at London by L R McHnrgue edited by J W Stevenson and one of the lead beg republican papers In tne mountain section of the state publishes a sen national editorial In Us Issue of Thiiro day attacking Cal b Powers and pro testing against his taking tho seat in ihf Rand Congress on the grounds that he has never been cleared of tho charge of complicity in tile awatBlnn flan of Uovernor William Uoenei the Hcho supported Don C Edward a In his race against Powers but nffer Clwprs was nomtiiotcd tile paper sup ported him In a half hearted way nominally The editorial says in puri- rWhitenr may be wild In the ttjro of the eleventh district whatever of contumely and reproach may be hoap ed open Its fair name the Echo skirts are clear and It nlone of nil the paper In the district can boast of the proud distinction of having mare A fight for honor for decency for mol ality In social and political alfalrs for proHtlge at home and abroad during the twist year When Caleb Powersa announced for office the Kcho took up tho light against him hnd used the venpons which It thought It nest to iwakon the people to the danger of tending this man to Congress With out nsnln traversing tho ground wo iimy any tat oir admonitions were not herded arid Powers was noml nated by n great majority Being n consistent supporter of Re publican faith and principles we at once placed his name nt the h nd nt the column OB the Republican nuuil nee taut our heart was not In thr work of supporting Caleb Powers So for as ho knows the editor of the Kcho hay never condooec me commis sion of n crime and Hopes he never shall HeliiR posM 5sed of at least on1 nnry IntelllRcnce and pO8Iloa cnnsclence we could not follow the various trails of tfcls man without feel Ing mortally certain of his guilt We believe that he was guilty of conspir acy In the foulest most damnable most heinous most diabolical crime that ever darkened Kentuckys history and therefore If we understand the letter of tho law guilty of murder and worthy to be executed for tle commission pit the dastardly time The ev1 of gulll were too rtrong Fofr Jriah were had In three of which the juries were unanimous In their verdict of guilty In the fourth trial ten voted yes as to the guilt of the accused It Is inconceivable to believe that fortysix men no matter how partisan in their views would lolate their oaths to give the accused a fair and Impartial trial according to the law and the evidence and perjure themselves Into eternity by rendering a verdict not In accord with the eel dente Inall the state we do not think they could be found who would do this horrible thine and we do not believe that anyone else can think that such would be the case We have too much faith In the human race and in the honor and Integrity of turn tuckUns to ever believe such roL Tho Kcho to Its everlasting sham b It Rnld declared that Power va mnllnued nnd should he treed whileat the same time we believed thnt he was guilty Our only excllo for doing this is that we are fighting for the party and not for the criminal It was a sad day for tho narty who Taleb Powers was placed unos tt State ticket It was A sad day for Hen titer Goebel And It was wand day tot this beloved district wherein reside I the best people tht world affords and who do not deserve the reapproach placed upon them I Caleb Powers has been elected to I represent this proud district In Con gress biit by it majority ro small that I It requires no stretch of the imagine 1 ion to declare unqulvocnlly that the most enlightened people In the dis trot do not approve of the verdict ot I TuesdayWe I will go to Con I gross hind yet he should not n man who tns been three times convicted I of a dastardly crime and never pc quitted therefore Is not tit to repre sent the splendid citizenship of th mountains In any capacity The little innocent children should not have this stigma placed upon them they should I not be made to look back when they have reached maturity and be made to blush for having such a representa tire The young men bright Intelll gent and ambitious should not have I this millstone placed about their necks to hold thgm back In the on I wjird march to success In buslncsj nnd In social affairs of the community I the young and virtuous Woman I hood of the district should not be I crushed by their sisters In other sec lions of state for living in a dls I rlct represented bya tuna who had been thrice convicted of conspiracy In the murder of a fellow mortal We 36 nut know M hat action the new congress will take In the matter of seating Powers For the good ot the district for the good of the state for the good of the nation and the Good of the pendld cltlzns who call the mountains their home and who rightfully believe It to be the garden pot of the earth we think nnd hope that high minded body of lawmakers when the assemble lu Washington on March 4h next will rep fuse to seat him Then and then only will the awful stigma be removed ronv our Hand firesides nut whatever fee ultimate Action taken the UckoV skirtu are cl 1 wm not for Powers In tho campaign pre ceding thp primary wo were not strongly for him In the campaign sue uoformaS rlghinMoreland theIrb1171111rgiving Sandwiches and coffee seji for a small sum Ou trio evenln tf tho same day there will bo an In formal musIcale given at the shurcli The performers using t piano that Is for sale by the Ladles Aid Society Ices served at the Wood man Hon from 4 to 10 for the small sum ot 25 cent Everybody Invited Como spend a pleasant evening with us and help a good cause The protracted meeting that lIa been in session at tho Christian church has been postponed tor a few Monta oral of his slater Miss Fills Montgom eiy 1TheJwInglng school taught by Pro Calbell was closed last Wednesday night They will continue tb mee every Saturday night Mr C K Mc CJure was appointed as leader The singing schol Is enjoyed uy all who attend and Is also very beneficial Miss Mabel McClure who has bee attending school In Richmond for the past few months Is at homo for n few days Mr Jackson Harrison died Thurs day morning Nov 10th Mr Harrison was 92 years old He came from Vir ginia In 1SST he has been n resident of Moreland for 23 years He leaves several children He was buried Fri day afternoon nt 2 oclocl In the hug tonvlllo cemetery nfter funeral ser vices at the Union church by his pas tor Rev Pnlmeter Miss Dora Straub of Stanford visit ed Mr B B King nnd family last Thursday W D K1nv postmaster nt Plnevlllc died last Saturday morning of rileii I inonla No death has occurred In this community that has caused1 wore universal sorrow than that of Mr King The Plnevlllp Sun says of his death trio death was sudden and altogeth er unexpected Some two weeks ago no attended the burial of Mrs Pattern at Four Mile where he contracted a cold which later developed Into pneu monia while his condition was seri OilS nd alarm was felt by his family and friends unfll Thursday afternoon before his death when he suffered n relapse and gradually grew worse un tll death relieved him of his suffering William Benjamin King was born In Lincoln county June 18 1865 be was the son of Mr and Mrs U U King who with three brothers and seven sisters survive Mr King was the otdct child After caving Lin coin county he located at Flat Rook where he retded tot several years while engaged In the stave business In 1896 he was united tn marriage with Miss Dora ningham daughter 01 VHIIV WIlliam Bingham or thl cIty After his mnrrtoge Mr King locate d at Pinevlle where he resided until hl death He was engaged In many hue ness enterprises tit of which were In Mr King Tas foanr many years active fairs in this section In 19QG the death of Mr John Green caused a va cancy in the postml1l1 ershl of uhf city and Mr King was appointed to that position which he held until tis depth he being reappointed a few months ago for another four years His administration of this ottlce rn lone of satisfaction to the public sit r cessful business Mr King had cumulated considerable or this world goods He had Just a short time ag contemplated tits erection of one or in Pinebousesthe most vllle and trod just begun to enjoy the fruits of his many years toad labor when death that grim destroyer whose summons we must all obey called and his career was ended Th funeral services were conducted at the Christian church of which up WOK Rev Uobertbon men member by pastor the funeral cottage was tS Odd Fe lows cemeerj theeImpressive servlcea of that ordor there gono through with at the grave The many floral offerings were beautiful and In a manner attested the high esteem In which the deceased tfas held by his legion ot friends In the death of Mi King Pinevllle loses one of her most enterprising and progressive citizens Ho wan even ready with his influence and money to assist in nil things that would benefit the city Everyone who knew him was his friend and the entire community mourns with his wife and other relatives In theirt sad bereavemt ht GOSHEN HONOR ROLL Below Is a list of the pupils of the Ooshen sghol whose general average for the month of Ocwas 90 or over tuber Third Grade Maggie Croufhorn and Iva Pepples Sixth Grade Mary Dudderor Seventh Grndc Lyan Goocti The following were neither tardy nor absent during the month Grade Karl GoocU inlcppiuaochFourth These not ab First CmdeElitabt4ti lUoon t Second Grade Albert Miller Fourth GrndoElla Miller F nnl J VOII Ttacften NEW DEPOT SEEMS CITYeOFFICIALSCOME PLANS FOR BUILDINGfI That Stanford Is almost sure to get s workvlllNOmCllll1lInspection tour late last Friday after GeuernlgTrains Ulley Superintendent of IIGtlIIrnlIItruetum newbulllllllaided to build It just west of the pres bedniuln tracks nnd extending almost true vlolo length of the railroads lot there Three largo waiting roomy coo for men one for women and one for colored people with maple bag- Gage i accommodations and an enlarg ed ticket office were discussed and It buildingtby the railroad architects and dniught men Almost everyone who talked with byn I depot for Stanford They seemed to recognize that the present buildingIIs totally Inadequate to handle the largeamountof business which transacted from this point new andEcteslrb to remedy the situation as rpon as possible 1 Stockw Wjns CARRIESIN WAYNESBURG BY BIG t hIAJORITYt J The voters of Wayne6burgpredlrnct No 1 went on record as favoring stock law at the special election on this subject held lust Tuesday Ttfere keeplug J In Kings Mountain the proposition to vote an additional tax for another school ujJdhII WIIJ defeated by a ma joritxf votes As the present building bnssprnren so small for the Increasing number of scuool children It It rot know just what will be done to remedy the situation Crab Orchard For sale or rent five room cottage uevv on Depot street Crab Orchard Ky W E Perkins f A four weeks old cnlld of Sam Holmes living near Dripping Springs was horribly scalded by the overturn lug of a stove on which was a Mettle of hot woter It is not expected to live Mr Speed Mason who lives in Hume section who has been so very ill 13 i better yMr HJatt Burse 20 and Miss Bessie Rodgers pretty daughter of Kanaka elopedtoCharles IJrown aged 22 and Miss Alnttle Lamb 16 were united at the home of the brides rather H F Iamu near Holdams Mill by Rev W W DrockWe met John Salter Mr W 11 Huns fords Confederate veteran of whom he wrote so feelingly a few days since who came out to vote said electionssswe Mr Kph James living near Crag grandsonoly lit Pr Harmon of Crab OrchArd in attendance T U Adams of the Dripping Springs section while cutting wood cut a thumb nearly oft Williameora complication of diseases at ser tome near Dee Lick Ste was a good Christian lady strict member of the church of Christ After a burial ser 1 vice by Rev David Gentry her re mains were laid to rest at old Bethel church Ono voter came out of the booth t at the polls last week and wanted a pair ot glasses as the smoke from the loir cabin had filled his eel Rev Donahoo will preach the fourth Sunday Instead of the third Sunday nt the Crab Orchard Christina church this month Union services will behold at the Christian church Thanksgiving evening which will be conducted Rev W Eo Anderson who ret- ently held a successful keeling there BRIGHT HAYS IN ACCIDENTI poplar Mr Bone Carter had a thrllllag ex perienced near t rioI the Stanford j jjlke Wednesday night says the Daa yule Advccnje lie had been to Dan I vole and was on his way home Near the Walker farm as he was turning a j 1alspeed Hays was on t pike nnd bis buggy smashed up He was driving a gentle terse however and the animal refused to run Mr Says Ban lKPd to patch up the Vehicle nad area lore NOVEMBER 1CU 19to J t I I 2 THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNALTUESDAY tf Beginning today we will offer on special sale at ivery low prices 150 ladies tailored suits These are I all entirely new in shape materials and colors and fine ly tailored Prices will be 1475 and 2373 I 2375browns tans and All are strictly and arc and finished I and out this lot size and 36 to very extra but mostly one kind In the lot are sample up 4h I i 11475 f AAA to 518 to 525 All 1116 36 on up to I I come and see 182 AND For rbe Is to A as for of the at the to be held 1911 to the or the The says tint we were In our that the of We think not if we are not the but In Its own sided with the of the rats of at course and It Keems to us that one of the of the was took part lit an held 11 the coot house But the can be Lets hear what the Advo cate has to say on the ind why It puts on soft when is In the game at the the local boys were and their or 16 to was the best the season for N team more than 150 to man yet the boys with 136 them The wna super was were made by and and were the star play era for The team espe cial In that they have not lined up their goal thlt Let some high team that wants ors try them Is the r HOG per Are your head Wc Hog and free from for cents per hoad per It curts Kill the Aids and hogs to very This Is used and hog In and let MB tell you It bj ew Drug icv t In lot be i5 new representing the of the of Everything is broad- cloths etc all the new of mantailored handsomely In is on up of a to the and now the the the be 75 In lot ace as vaueas the odicare all the smoothtand all up 47 bustIFine Dresses I Extra Bargains not his lor one by in in few handsome reception left on we will low so in one of a we If interested few garments left will be ont at onepiece were at 14 b5 ISMissesMisses Tailored Suits were 1500 will now be 750 J t No Garments Sent On Approval t rf1 Vie will have opening Christmas goods FRIDAY NOV 25th the day liter Thanksgiving It will you come see this display will have sale thousands articles from lOc 50c suitable for presents for men women and children Come early and make selection before the rusha A 6 Robertson Bro Danville Ky THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established h HELTON SAUFLEY PublUhe TUESDAY FR1CAV POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Circuit Judge authorized Hardin a candidate Circuit Judge Thirteenth dlstrlst November action Demo Lexington Herald assertion Danville Advocate treachery Llllard columns vlgorouly righteous Indignation demo Boyle editors present a Indig nation meeting matter e7y settled Itself pedal mentioned CANT BEAT STANFORD TEAM Saturday Richmond acalnst school eleven thoroughly tested victory 0 if K K S S averaged pounds average rtnrs game a Clean sport manifested Touchdowns Penny Coleman MCCarty Slmomns Combs Parks Richmond Stanford deserves credit under season school challenge iIlIgbthpmanager RAISERS bogs worth 5 cents guarantee Bourbon Remedy- to keep hogs healthy 6 month Stimulates Appetite Digestion causes fatten endorsed leading raisers throughout country Come about tanfora c- ok I ifk this will best class New tailors about suits desirable New rough materials serges Scotch mixtures basket shades blues greys blacks lined inside every from 1416 large sizes suits worth denounced There will over this and good These blacks and colors and both rough finished cloths made Inu best manner and well and finished and were retail from sizes from them EVERY Interior Journal announce election subject present leading subject Normal pounds around disease Cholera remedy seU suits work York tbese weaves Suits they fully lined We have a very street and dresses which make very prices These vary much price being style that cannot name prices We have a from last season which put onethird former prices Indies dresses sold Choice our of on pay to to as we on of to Charles Judicial mistaken mistaken Advocate possibly editorial Advocate Ltllard Stanford played Cholera rapidly good wool made about their Nervous- I was very nervous writes Mrs Mollie Muse of Carrsville Ky haa- palpitation of the heart irregularOn of Mrs Hattie Cain I took 2 bot tles of Cardui and it did me more good than any medicine I ever took 1 am 44 years old and the change has not left me but I am lots better since taking Cardul TakeCARDUI The Womans Tonic Cardui is advertised and sold by its loving friends The lady who advised Mrs Mirse to take Cardui had herself been cured of byCarduiCardui would do If Cardui cured Mrs Cain and Mrs Mirse it surely will cure you too Wont you try it Please do When acold becomesaettledin the system it will take several days treatment to cure it and the best remedy to use is Chamberlains Cough Reme dYeIt will cure quicker than any other and also leaves the system In a natural and healthy condition Sold by Pennys Drug Store M rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrICLOSING As I have to change climate I I I will sell for the next 30 days- a 1 full line of millinery dress goods trimmings and notions just purchased In the city at prices astonishingly low This stock was carefully selected and I It IIwill meet the wants of this M opportunity should present + CORA 8 LIPPS r I Hustxmvllle Ky ta rrirrrrrrr rl errr s Here is a Remedy That I Will Cure Eczema i WE PROVE IT Why waste time and money expert lucntlng with greasy salves and 1o i tlons trying to drho the eczema germ I from underneath the skin when Pen nys Drug Store guarantees ZBMO a clean liquid preparation for external use to rid the skin or the germ life that causes the trouble 7 One appli cation will relieve the Itching and of ten times one bottle is sufficient to cure a minor case of emma ZUMO is sold by druggists everywhere and in Stanford by O 140 Pen ny and they will tell you of the marvel ens cures made by this clean simple treatment ZKMO and ZEMO soap are recognized as the cleanest and most popular treatment for Eczema pimples dandruff and all oter fohrma of skin or scalp effectlons whether on Infant or grown person Will you try ZEMO and ZEMO soap on our recom mendatlon and guarantee of satisfac tlon or your money back Pcnnys Drug Store litres something good for I J read ers The Cincinnati Post dally one year Uie Interior Journal one year and the Posts beautiful 1911 Wood land Calendar all for 1250 This of fer Is good for both new subscribers aud old ones who renew The Calen dar Is a beauty while most everyone knows what the two papers are This IB a bargain Send your subscription to the Interior Journal at once I CATARRH Cured by The Marvel of The Century- U D BTested for 30 Years Hawking spitting foul breath die cluirges ot yellow mutter immanent IT cured with pure Uotanlcul Ingredl ents To prove It wo will send you a SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE CATARRH IS NOT ONIA DANGEROUS but It causes ulcerations death and decay of bones Kills ambition often crUIses lb r of appetite and reaches to general debility Idiocy and insanity It needs attention at once Cure it by taking Botanic Blood Balm B B B It IK a quick radical perma float cure because It rids the system of the poifon germs that cause catarrh at the 8iM time Wood Balm B B B purifies tub blood does away with every symptom ot catarrh B BB richIstrength Just where It Is needed and In this way nuking n perfect lasting cute of catarrh In all Its forms DUUU GISTS or by express il 1ER LAHUK BOTTLE with directions for homo cure SAMPLE SENT FHEE by writ- Ing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Des crlbe your trouble and free medical advice given Sold by Shugars and Tanner The old old story told times with out number and repeated over and over again for the last I6 years but it Is always n welcome story to those In search of health There Is otblng- In the world that cures coughs and colds an quickly ax Chameratns Cough Remedy Sold by Pennys Drug Store n no TOBACCO GROWERS Beginning SATURDAY NOV 12th I will buy and receive Tobacco at my new warehouse in Stanford Will be iii Stanford on Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays of each week At Paint Lick on Mondays Wednes days and Fridays W P KINCAID Laact ++Ki rhM urHI SM YrI otiCMlitligtefyfstrMwAe WalkOver Shoes I And Endurance WalkOver Shoe 35Q in Calf and Vici 4 450 and 5 in all of stock Patent Calf and Tan in both Blucher and Button styles For dressy durable comfortable footwear try the Walk- Over t Sold by McRoberts y iuioi Hog Bottoms Keen Kutter Meat 0Cutters Keen Cutter Butcher r Knivesi t j J t 0 0 GINS f 0 j Ci 0t 0 1 H OO H H o u JLBeazleyCo I and Embaliv us Also Dealers in Far aiture MattingsRug Theyrwill all Kindi of Stock Givr Them a Call Priced Right STANFORD r KENTUCKY Harry JacobsDealer In an4 Unafaqtnrer of and Marker and POHI and Law Vases and BetteeeyOmoe and works Mo KlnnejrKy t I CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I can furnish the public with the tHot ai weU at the fmbeit of cut flower plant of all kinds bulbs patted flowers on wreathforI IB eoDDectlob W Ih the aboe I have all kJ JioI vegetable on band at reasonable sites 1f0UHEgEa IItaord JC u rtMefsyal iu5 They have the right name and we have a WalkOver when com paring them to other makes There are oth ers it is true but we I do not know of any mans shoe made to day with as good sole leather as good linings as good uppers put up with as IS J As at kinds H J it I Box I 1 i f W H HIG Stanford Kentucky oa Undertaken exchange Marble Granite Monuments Cemetery lignniBTMAN and much sty rW A TRIBBLE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phono 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford KenturHv CONCRETING 1 w are In OIlloa to do all klMI of sea r tlIUUIIDserveyouwork sad materlal Dell aad yet oar pricesbefore yea buy yourmalrlal at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Kj FreshOysters SERVED IN ANY STYLE TII io T G1MLD- ID QWINI1T CiPSins Reslawait VA CARSON Dtp t It TUESDAY NOVEMBER 16th 1U19 THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNALPPAti61Ti1188 i a h swati isaid afttlb aiiaoi asr7JLs AL B=I JI i p ilii Ajffit r iWefwiiiisell you a Tailored Suit that usually sells at 11160 to 1350 Special Price fl05 1 4 r f tt cStore a I Ii hero several days last week urdsy v Mr John bight Jr carne up from Somerset to attend tho funeral of his mother Mrs John Bright which tools place Saturday morning Prof and Mw J w Ireland Musses Lyle Cooper and Ilcrtn Jean lVn y accompanied the foot ball toys to Richmond Saturdny where tho played ngalnit the Eastern Normal team Ifclr Charlotte Warren of Stanford has been a recent guest of Mrs A Danville after a pleaasnt visit tho latter trod r made her nnd Miss Margaret Downer which took place the latter part of October In Washington City where the groom Is now pastor of a large congregation Mr Taylor was pastor of the lUptlft church here white his bride has a number of friends and loved ones in this atilt Engleman and Mr Ashley Heed took place at the home of Mr leek Kngleman In Pueblo Colorado October 30tb Mr Reed has n position In the Government senIce in HI Paso Texas the young couple will re side there The bride Ira sister of Mrs II n Saufley of this city and was horn and reared in Lincoln where she has many friends and relatives who will wish her pad her husband every Jttpplnw T D Raney went up to Middles jboro Monday Miss Annie llutto Is at home for all tow days from school at Richmond Tho Currents Events Club will meet with Mrs J W Ireland Thursday utttroon nt 230 oclock Mr and Mrs Henry Jtlddlebergen are guests of Mr A T Nunnolley and familyMr W T Bmlth returned to his home kt Lexington Saturday after a jileorant visit to his brothers and sis lets here Dr Joe HecRof Wllmorc has been here for several days with tho home folks Mrs Cleveland KOTO of Garrard Is the guest of her sister Mrs J C W A Coffey went to Rich raond Monday to serve on the Federal Grand Jury Mrs Jake Carpenter of Perryvllle lian been the genet of Mrs Mattle Nevlus J n Harris spent Sunday in Len casterMr irover Anderson of Mt SUr llnp WAS the guest of Miss Sallle Taylor Woods last week Mr and Mrs J L Iloazley are re ceiving congratulations upon the ar tint of a beAutiful little daughter In their home The little lady arrived Thursday and weighed ten pound Mr K M Yowell of the West End has been taken to a hospital In Islington where he will undergo an operation for gull stones fro and Mrs R G ifnmpttm or Lebanon Junction are inlet the home folks for several dujto Miss Ophnlla Lackey cr Crah Orch ard spent several days with Misses Mary Bruce and Hue Rout Mrs L D Drady of Covlngton and Mrs 0 C Stanton of Cnrllnvllle Ind have returned home utter a pleasant visit to their sister Mil J W Poll ups Mm J W Kerg of LoulAtllle Is now visiting Mrs Phillips 1 I S 44 man by fate of best girl says the t4he re It thatt l seas make good i Hell find a good hart t t4 at Buy a pair of those Shoes and they will look neat on all oc j i k STORE IB THE HOME OF HA HT CHAFFfiEH A MARX CLOTHES i vT f worthI SEVERANCE SON Stanford KentuckyJ 11 usetCPERSONALS ofrfewdaYIIAdvocateA theWest MessengerMrs accompanled orVsectionj ControlCity washer KubscksHnulre IThe Judges Advice On Hanan Shoes Whena issideJswiped hisr Judge should member rough sailors ibor CUMMINS WEARENSShoeStore Hanan casions ITHII 1495 JUcbmondjWOlp Isthej Everttt Stone Is home from Louls1 yule to go after the bird this Ed Nunnelley has returnedWQekI after a prospecting trip ass nnd other point lit the wedIMrs Will Scott of Danville bias been the guest of her sister Mrs K L Reinhart Hone W II West and Joe 8 lies olden of Lancaster were the weeks end guest of Mr J H Klnnalrd Mrs Henry C Ferris has been quite AtlapnHotelMr Owslcy Carman nnd who ef iuliith Mirth are guests of his par tnts Mr and Mrs A C oarman Mr farmnn who Is an old Lincoln county boy holds a lucrative position with a vhoh ale hardware firm at his adopt td homo and Is making good Mrs James Norflcctof Uart Wayne county has been the guest of her sis tor Mrs John W Kads of West Lin coin The many tricnds or Mr 1om Uann of Casey county will b0 glad to bear of his great improvement since hn was operated on for liver trouble HP was accompanied to IxmUvlIIe by Ins wife Mrs Dottle Uann and Dr UhH drets Clarence Tate and It U Hampton went to Mnrlon county to hunt this weekMrs W Il Varnon or Henderson vlllc N C nnd Mrs tiiiui Portman- of Mt Sterling attended the burial of Miss Rhoda Lunsford here last week Prof O E Everett principal of the Crab Orchard Public School who has ten at his hume nt OU+ Bow fthiln Mt school hi r t cn loaec ou accomt of the scarlet foyer epidemic has re turned to Crah Orchard and books will begin at once as the disease Is bald to have been about stamped out Mrs J J Dickey was called away this week by an accident to her moth er who was Injured by a fall The rolling of the Womans improve ment C tub will therefore not be held as WM scheduled Master 11 Ikrnanl McCnrtv delight fullyentertained his little trtends at Saturdny Nov 12 from 2 to 4 P M the rollowlng little guests being present Ucttlo Prrrv Sophie Saunders Louise Lynn Joiephlne llearJoy Sadie W nren Sara and Francis tonnlnev Mabel Wilkinson Nancy Ilunn CatH nrlno Brady Elsie Coleman Louise nnd Iuclle Waters Margaret Davlson tltw Parmer Willie and llessle Wll ilnBon Ida Cummons Gertrude Wil kinson Hessle Hubble George Fleeco farrls Igo Perry Frank Conller TII din Cooper Ed Brady Wm Uolnhart Harvey Wilkinson Stephenson Dozier Sam Craig Walter Rubble Coral Hunn W K Shugnrs The prizes contested for wore awarded to Miss Willie Wlltilnison and Tllden Cooper After a full enjoyment of fun nnd plays Mrs McCarty terv cd refreetmtpni for all the Mule folks SHORT LOCAL NEWS Miona stomach tablets tablets are told by Pennys Drug Store for nOc a largo box They are guaranteed toi cure Indigestion sour stomach belch ing gas dizziness biliousness heavy news or any stomach ailment J It Is delicIously palatable agrees with the weak stomach contains the most soothin healing strengthening end curative elements Makes you well and happy Holllsters Rocky Mountain Tea 35 cents Tea or tab lets Shugare and Tanner 1 will be nt Crab Orchard Saturday Nov 19th at Moreland Friday Nov 25th at Hustonvlllo Saturday Nov 2Cth to collect taxes The penalty goes on Dec IrL Meet me on above dates and settle W L McCarty Sheriff For Rale80IDe It I Red pullets and cockerels and Toulouse geese Apply to Mrs W J Edmlston Crnb Orchard Ky 734p The Kntehts of theMrc bees has paid to the widow of UIJ Ferrell the 1000 carried by him In that or der Mr A C Sine Informs us that this makes 39 death clams paid by the lodge hero all paid In full and most of them written In ten days af ter death The Maccabees have been organiz ed In Lincoln county 1 7 years and In that tlmo have pall out more money in the county than has been paid by all other Insurances com panies combined hTIle Favorite Toale lor Womea fhRHOAGS Wffl MYLa It ttMkMt- U r PENNYS DRUG STORM I deceasedarethe undersigned commlgBloner on or DIorlroev 4 hasteencrt District Deputy Grand Master of tasterLynne callingrorc1mentis Finest work at reasonable prices I For Sale10 shares of Hustonvllle National Dank stock Apply at this office We h some roDi1ir ibuggies end one carriage for sale Pence Bros Hunting coats vests and legglns nnd guns and ammunition also gun cleaners George H Farris My Family comp to the ItIsi Mon with guns and Ss took the willliveto be n great many quail In Lincoln and vicinity this season and young rabbits plentiful anIn the circuit court Monday J V Herzos of the Nealn Creek section was fined JSOO on n charge of main taming a nuisance selling liquor etc at Ms place In the country sue Ibaiah Rogers n Danville negro had his head practically severed from his body by Jack Hail also of color Sunday night In a fight over a woman The layer was arrested I The Ladles Aid Society of the Christian church will meet In the lecture room Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock a lull attendance Is desired to perfect arrangements for the ox change which Is to be held Wednes day Nov 23rd Come 100 R Ward Sioo The rt4tn of thbptprr win be pkurd to rhea that time to at tort dmdnl dlwut that KMBC bat booeD aba to run U all lu rum sod that If Catarrh not dtarrb tun It Uw only pMitln cure how known to the nwdlcal fraternity rttarrb bent a toDitllttUonal dwranr mjutm a coutlta llonal tnatmrat llalfi Catartb curt fc taken Do trrnatlr attlnc dlmtlr Upon the blond sad mucous writer ol tea irttrm tbmbr dntrorlnc the taunditlaa Pi the dtoraw and nine the patient ttrrntta by buUdlnc op the conttltuilon sad usttoat nature to dome Itt work The ttronnrton tare a Bwb latCh In in tnntlTC powcn that they oarpas hundred Dollars for any raw that It IaC toI turf S nd for lint ot mthconlala Add m F J ClinVCV 4 CO Tok4o O sad by aU UruirUU tae Take UlUf FimUy 1Ula for ronttlpaUoo Lost Detween my house and town lion rod about two feet long painted red a part of load binoer French dry cleaning and pressing neatly done next door to State Bank 0 F HarnettI 752 The Norleijh Uiamond WatoIUto 111111111111 Coat A coat with style and class and the most practical hunt ing coat ever designed Is absolutely watertight yet light and flexible A coat made to fit a hunter and very liberal In cut- Is bound with leather baa leather coveredshoulders five outside cut in pockets one outside patch pocket and has full game pockets through out the entiro coat The corduroy collar fits perfectly and when turned up fastens with storm strap The button holes are all worked with silk silkstitched stays at the strain ing pointsjHas arm gussets j and adjustable cuffs The water proofing is by a new proceM that is really watertight- If you want a coat that has class style and yet room for any reasonable bag investigate this coat For So81SEC H FA1WUS tL V 1995 rl Jf I i For a line of high class Suits usuually said at 2500 Speci 4 Price 1095 J r I it 1 1 IIIGoodI 45 ice H Farris sj WE PAY 7 Many school children suffer from rjconstipation which Is often the cause of seeming stupidity at lessons I Farm Produce Chamberlain Stomach dud LiverHIDES AND FURS WKt Tabtets are an ideal medicine aia child for they are mild and gentleNOWIn their effect and will cure even 4 chronic constipation Sold ny Penatanford Ky u rays Drug Store I aIuIrrrr r I i FREEa 50c Jar of tt Balmolive Cream t 11 jl We have a regular size jar of the famous Palmolive Cream for you It wont cost you a centCut the coupon from the Nov is sues of Good Housekeeping PacificMonthlyRed- BookWomans Home Companion Ladies World Uncle Remus Mag azine DeeissuesofPeoplEsHome Journal Delineator Designer New Idea Blue Book Green Book Nov 19th Colliers Weekly Nov 5th Saturday Evening Post Nov 6th Illustrated Sunday Magazine and Associated Sunday Magazine oI Bring this coupon le o rgtitxx and do as the ad directs We will then 2rVeVourojsolJi tJc free a fuWsize jar of Fplitawr r Cream which we ordinarily srttwr 50c cash Youll find this cream the itiAtfft v ll delightful thing oC fts Icind esiisr7 madeIts en tirely new and has all the quality of- Palmolive Soap the queen of elf tbiFef Look in the 5OPSIcoupon Brigg f I PENNYS OR UG STORE J I SIIOES I FOR SERVICE Jr As usual we are showing the Best Line of WORK SHOES that The Market Affords IIf ItiW W W E+ PERKINS ttoCRAB ORCHARD KENTUc YIJf j rtI J r M IL R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martbr s NOVELTIES ry We are 1 tiest line of LadiesNeck wear we have ever showiN- A silk double Ad allL l f Also a beautiful line ofbow I w iwith hem stitched fancy bor r j ders And our line of belts Bags Ornaments Barrettes il Hair goods and Jewelry all t seasonI ej T HUGHES MARTIN C0v J r Dry Goods a L STANFORD N IKENTUCKYI M i Lo rtlIEDAYQYFddId6R IGth 1910 ifonn THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL di 0I j W Cents a Butto- nMiloo a Rip I I t jyCHESS TROUSERS f jACft tiny in any position 34btftliueof doth in hips j w attdjtst make them com Jfeclabte AS well as stylish 1k111 they are cut to fit t t JBJritlo Ahape and made SIt I insontU1fo tI t10 R 4 t Stanford Ky r fIr I lOIS1 JOHN WHITE CO a FOR EIIV No 1 hanging Fork farm ncre well Improved and well WUIr1 ed 6 miles from Danville lancaster tanjasterI milth shop rural rout nms by door Dwelling of 6 rooms ana two commo dious porches comparatively new 1 largo barn two tobacco other necessary outbuildings nlln fi Od re l ali For further Information aphly to Geo F Bright Agttit Stanford Ky FARM FOR SALEI 1 win sell prttUelr 1W farm of about 20 acres mile and half from lliwtonvllle on Danville pike Has houe of seven rooms nil other neces ban Improvements and splendid water Can give possession lOn- J C NEAL Moreland Ky SALE STILL GOES The burning ol my home will In no way Interfere with the sate of my property on Dec 2nd Kverythlng goes absolutely See ad In another column Hobart Scudder FARM FORSALEI t so acres lying t 12 miles west of Highland a good cottage nnd out houses barn etc 6 fields fenced plentylofjableJAS A KING 608 Stanford Ky K F D No 3 Box 65 AND HIDESHIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool en Commlnlon Write IM priet lilt laentloninj this ad LO- UISVILLEKYIf4 f4AFULL LINE OF if COAT SWEATERS AND Underwearf 9- A 3 M L L SANDERS Kentuckyj1 PUBLIC SALErri1E Oa account ot declining health I have decided to rent out my farm yjyirvsMi the Stanford and eacheravllle turnpike 6 mllea from Stanford from PrMchersvllle for the year 1911 sell off my personal ttrQbRCty J111 BO to Arizona I vlll therefore on Thursday the 17th day otN Cipher 1110 on the above promises offer at public auction the follow yLlae fwifierty to wit fHORSE STOCK among them one Gyeanold Chester tfBftue tnare well broke safe for women to drove and good saddler I Na fSioth gelding three years old broke to ride and drive and very gentle tw- oiraold Lincoln Squirrel fillies broke to saddle anti harness 1 yearling JLinart Squirrel filly All the ahoveout of good mares ftHood wagon and farm horse 1 good buggy mare sale for children rJttttirre to school 1 pair three year old mules well broke and good work ra 6UC weanling mule i MILK COWS t jjoort milk cows all freoh 1 yearling heifer 4 calves CO hogs aaElstuic of 11 fattening hoge br 1 sow shoats etc buggies 1 buckboard 1 Fr5 ler cart 1 spring wagon 1 two howe J ti aat0ul sets of bw gy t arllell 1 Buena Vista saddle 1 ladys saddle agog harness plbW gear etc A c It FARM IMPLEMENTS t Hinder mower Hoosier com planter disc harrow section harrow 1 scrapers 2 cane mills 1 evaporator one wheat fan new tjA foreedousehold ng ntieueUy found In a country home POULTRy COO pure bred hens and roost erg Plymouth flock Black Lans flhnnwi Buff Orphlnstons and silver jaced Wjandottes aso about 100 mint liensTERMS Op SALE Alt sums of 10 cash In hand aj sums over that amount a credit o- fo2raonttswlllbe given notes to bInade negotiable and payable In the National of Stnnford bcarjrg six pea cent intereit from day of jbaLe seed paid A lunch of hot coffco and light bread will be served to all who at I if CoICkaei4ler Auctlo err t 11l 3Wr WHITE 4 t IJ 1 Jo t i ri 1 iL THE FARMERS For SaleA few good meat hogs J W Baughman 754 Coulter I McCormack sold Monday S calves to Whltehous at 4 cents For SnleIO good ewes from 2 to YowellliustonvllleiA W Carpenter Moreland Ky 14QpoundtC 12 cents There came to my place nbout aev Int a red bull call weighing nhOlIl Gob pounds Owner can Ret Baiue oy paying for this notice and his keep John Prlvett Wnynesburg Ky For Salo100 atock ewes W 0 Valke 732 For SnleO shoats 50 to 6a pounds weight Henry Anderson Stafford Ky 758 Strayed or stolen two brom h mares 4 rtnd R years old One is brown with T branded on shoulder the other bay branded 0 on hip Hewnrd If returned to U W McUu for nt 1V H Traylors at Gilbert Creek 753- TlnMey Spoonamoro sold a long recentIlyFor ante my house and SO acres good land attached The has Single ton place for rent for Wll Ward Moore Crab Orchard Ky Norland James sold some cnttlo to George Boone at J465- K H flaw of Shelby City has for sale a number of thoroughbred Duroc boars and n fow gilts He also huv for salen tvyearold horse sound und absolutely gentle Suitable for carriage or delivery wagon 768 John Stevenson bought some corn it f105 delivered- J H Thompson bought 7 mules of W Ir Grimes tor 5700- H F Thompson ltqughtnROX Pen vine stallion from same nt J2n0 The three jear old saddle stallloi ooka Denmark has been sold by J F Cook Co of Lexington Ky to J O Ihinlnp of Tennessee for lSOii t he colt Is handsome nUll well brad He Is one of the last of the get of Highland Denmark- At the sale of Mrs A S Gilmore on the Danville pike l1 ednosday tbA farm of CO acres was taken down nt 130 an acre and the sale ol per fconalty postponed to n later date Will Ilr bought of Jno Varner n crack twoyearold filly IJy Iced ltw tor Siyo I K Inrrlh sold two 9a0 pound cattle to J It Bauguman it JI7N George Spoonamore delivered to DITUK M hued lati pound cattle at 4JO J T Klgsby bOieht of KdwardK tiros 11 head of mixed cattle at from X to 4 cent Sawder unllard sold ten cattle at Richmond court a t3 12 to 4 cents U I Thompson sold a sow to Rev J E Roberts nt S cents Irultt Thompson sold two pair 01 mules to a Montlcrllo Fla buyer for 540 theIwas bought front1rpahk Kline of noxvllli 111 by Gus Macey ot Iex ington for fl000 This ono of the best sales of the year Macey acted as ngpnt for tho George li Kastbrooli ul Denver The Danville Advocate says that rbonins Hastland son of Charlie East land rrlned 1000 bushels of Irish no tatoes on ten acres of land Quite a number of Central Kentucky farm en are rngntjlni extensively In po tAtu raising and find It quite profltn ble as a rule The price for potatoes Is much better thin year trn ast Mr Enstland tot C3 cents n bushel tor his flmcn Well has been buying n lot of cattle in Lincoln and vicinity re Gently He Is setting ready for his big export trade He bought 60 butcher tattle of A T Nunnelley at 410 and several bunches of export stuff From several others at from G 12 to 7 cents Jiuo Robinson sold to Mr Veil Ju averaging 1400 pounds at C lcThey are to be delivered on or before December 1st J M McAdams of Atlanta has been here this week buying mules with J II lInll hmm for the Boutlitrn market They went to Lebanon and secured 1 thereThomas Metcalf of Doyle sold to A J Iluycn 34 aces of land from the rear of the farm known as the Cowan place recoivelng J132 pe acre A P Hooding of Lexington was hero Monday making preparations to LilY tobacco In Lincoln and nrtjolnlnp counties J H Baughman bought a pair of mules from Frank Lawrence for 300 and n pair from eslie Tucker for i37f He got two from J D Holtz clan at J125 and J150 respectively Ill got two pair of 5yearold mare aulefc from Honnkor for 1875 J H Baughman sold to J ll lion iker of the Wonst End 6 1uOO pounn feeders at C cents Simon Well has been buying a lumber of hunches of cattle lit Lin coin and vicinity last week Ho paid Talvln C Carpenter of llustonvlllo 5t 4 cents for a nice load of export cattle Mr Well got 20 from Dr Iugh Ked nnd 3B from Ir1 H Own ley of from 4 14 to 4 12 W W Fields and son sold here eterdayto a Jessamine county trod er a bunch of COOpound heifers at 3 12 coats To Sam Anderson ot inrnird county a bunch of 700 pound ers nt 3 34 cents a bunch of steers to Tessamlne parties at 1 34 cents o aule to Ju Haughmnn for 210 and n hunch of ewes to a Mercer county Party at 330 per lend W H Murphy sold a pair of 4year old more mules to J il Baughmim for ilOIO Monday was ono of the best days for rattle then seen lit Stanford in many moons There was almost 100 nttlo on the market of almost every luaUtv and nearly all soldSlmon- 1ell iras on hand and assisted by tarley Lutes bought ovor 200 prac Icallv nil of the good ones that soma one else did not let The prevailing rices ranges from a 12 to f 12 coats- itceerdag ta quality oltfce offeringL- HwidH W M buytrii were pref r GOWANS King of Externals Stands supreme under every test Feel se cure keep Go wans in the home Gowans al ways conquers Group and Pneumonia and your doctor assents nowatit reparation wits ijsci on my chIM when It WAS fM vif III with PiifUnioutu linniUllntrfy utter the stcoml NIiltJIIII mr jibyxMun cttIM and flntling tn gnat an Improvement onhvevlits continuance Tlit ehlltl rcatvrnil rapklr GJlfClitlilruggisf JJ4 tout St IWglten Pa BUYTODAYIHAYEITINTHEHOMF AUDraUUl St Ime 23C- OWAN MEDICAL CO CURH MN Cert aid MIJ ithritl er pw Dritttil JrooedeclU1ofIlamghnlanleavethoy will make tholr homo this winter OKexll1nJhel tattorear 1o ds of the best mules that ke prrducnamongwinners that shouu fetch fubry amongthemIn prict from 1100 to 700 and In weight trans 2000 to 3200 pound i n the lot are the champion allow unre nulls team ot Kentlck nnd Tcnnn 111111Io whtct have not been exhibited Mr Uaiigh theMalirUB mighty cold driving now Set our tine line of lap robes storn hoot carriage heaters and rOIl J McCraryPUBLIC SALE AraoaaIfarm of 150 acres on cutoff pike 1 12 nilcs south of Danville and Stnnfor pike known na the O It Knglcnm place on Friday December 2nd 1910 At 10 oclock A SI sharp The rest recentlyburnedor property as nil necessary outbuild tenngthouseunclng Is nearly all new n number of never falling springs are to be found on property All the land 1 In blue grass and clover except 40 acre which In sown In wheat and re- Live Stock At the same time I will dispose of One registered saddle mare 9 years old In foal to S T Harris King Eagle wo good family mares subject to register both to All leavlne 1 good western mare good driver 1 splendid work mule 6 years old 1 Rood suckling mule 81 extra mountain ewes bred to lamb Feb 20 7 meat hogs t1 brood sows and 40 shouts 1 young Jersey cow fresh shorthorn cow fresh three yearling heifers 1 2year old steer 1 pair coming three year old mare mules well broke 1 pair 6 year old mare mules 1 family mare 3 year old saddle lonre pony colt 1 yearling gelding 1 two yenr old geldlnK FARM IMPLEMENTS Contdstlng of one moVer 1 binder 2 harrows 2 turning ppwi t cult vttor 2 double shovel nilowa plow Harness 1 buggy 1 set of buggy bar less faun wagon 1 new 3 horso wheat drill fertilizer nod gross seed attachment etc also lot of Plymouth Rock chickens and white Holland turkeys FEED Five stack ot clover fay 1 of Uao thy 75 barrels of corn 100 or 400 shocks oC fodder etcTERMS EASV ROBERT F SCUDDER lanford Ky Ii P D No 2 PUBLICSALE having decided uchange my 10 UJon I will on Thursday December 15th 1910 offer for sale to the highest bidder the following described property 71 bond ol cattle 30 head of 7fiO pound yearlings nnd 44 head of 000- to 1100 pound cattle 42 head of hogs from 150 to 225 pounds In bunches to tlllt purchaser Good meat hogs 1- five year old saddle mare extra good 1 tine year old colt pair extra good 16 hand mare mules one pair IB 12 baud tome mules two good milk cows tone frosh 700 to 800 barrels of corn cold on ground 800 bales of hay farming Implements of all kinds 2 twohorse wagons hay rake mow lag machine harness kitchen fursl ture and household1 furniture TERMS All tills 10aad under cash + hand over 10 a ntgotlable tllX months nole Bctairlng S per cent iterest from dale of sale i JOHN G LYNN N Don same day and unto y W Burton will otter for sale farm now d ale consisting of 270 andfirt00jildlncs 1 stock and well watered by a never falling spring welt fenced and fences ore In excel lest condition 200 acres of this tarot Is ir blue grniB and will grow hemp tlmccoor anything other arms In- K ntu 1tr wjll grow This farm will be sold oa easy ttrms For psrttcuiati7write Y W Urton 1kMDt et 101 cjjiiM f J To Lincoln County Tax Payers Dont forget the per cent will soon be added to your taxes and Is is nOt the desire on my part that any should have to pay this extra money there fore I want to give all a chanco to settle up and avoid the per cent Sol I or one of my deputies will be at polling places on the dates named be low to melt you and collect taxes and deliver to you your receipt This will be the last call before the per cent is added so dont fall to meet us on the 19th1MOrelandFrlday w uMCCARTY s L c p SrAt all times we will be glad to have you call at the office where we will wait cn you promptly and with des- patch Make my office your home while in town you are always wel come w L MCCARTYI I We Wan- tiTJrkeys r Bring them in ate once and we will pay Market you the highestI III BI NorihGott T K Tudor Mgr PHONE 153 0 a O CARTERNew Llverv Depot Street Phone 06 STANFORD KENTUCKY T1CE Not getting a sat isfactory price for- my property I will continue business at the oldstand G B PRUITT Moreland Ky FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Write for Free Catalogue No Agents H F HILLENMEYER A SONS Lexington Kentucky THE PLUMBING THANKsOlViNQ should i ea celebration of work well none nod runny people pleased That Is how we Intend to celebrate Jut we shall not be completely happy tin tit we know that your plumbing Is all right Dot have us take a look at It and It anything Is needed let us do the work HO It will be off your mlnJ and ours Then wc can both be truly thankful W K WARNER Phone 1H Stanford Ky i M Lt it it iK r It w II I 11111111 POSTED I The hunting season Is upon us and nearly everyone wants to post his place The charge is 25 cents cash with name K B Denham T A Rico J W Hughes M J Hoffman M F Lawrence J H Acton JSHarris J W Baughmnn S H Baughman J 11 Baughman Frank COrdler Will Cordler Christ Jacob M U Lyle Dr J O Carpenter James Smith Mrs Mottle White W II Daugherty II C Anderson John M Uoocb Ar Traylor D M Anderson J A Totter J H Thompson 0 P Newland J II Bustle Karris Woods n Curtis Mrs MattIe H Hewoa dun Gclsxl John M Carter Fred VonOnienigan J J Elliott A Klelbasa Jacob Gander ttllsscH Sallle and Bottle Waiter J H Carter P W Carter L S Garner K B Hatfletd II C tlnushmai Fred BnughmaB cr likv i can STIRRING TIMES we are having In the building line We carry a full line of Jlttic plaster tomcat and over tbing else needed for building Everything purchased I Lore will be found of the best quail ty and tho best for intended purposes We will save you troublo and HUAC I envy expense by sending to WI roe ap estimate JA ALLEN Sttnftni Ky i YOUR LIFE MAY DEPEND 0 UIKJH the strength of a strap Itun UUII oflin ttlf from ilefectiv0 tvSW uoe5 Dont OXJMWI yuuneir to mss Imps by putting aoniotlilnp flimsy ou 4 frisky animal Our imrnets la rquol t 110 nil oniorncficios J C McCLARY Stanford Ky Fall And Winter SHiilnes My now tall and winter sample Are now ready for your Inspection They comprise the lOt on tbe tnarfceL J ran quit any oneas to price abu has nia clothes made to order A suit mido to your measure la preforablj to ready made clothes To have them made to measure doesnt cost any more than ready na4 wkos quality and fit U eastaarc tier la and let e e taae tINI wait 1L CX Atapies M Pnwtleal Tailor J Ca McClary iL OfficeIIaTANfOftD 0 AGAINSTiA great blaze often heads the news announcement of a fire Whats hap lining dally may happen to yon A total loss Is a possibility to be dread ed and avoided You can be secured when protected by a policy issued by W S Fishs coiapanvs which never fails to adjust losses sparely and promptly We lead all In tbe number- or risks carriedW S FISH STANFORD KY PHONE 200 YOU CANBUY Your coal cheaper right noW than any time in the year Let Us fill your bins with our FOX f RIDGE GOAL at 13 qts per bushel Clean CoalNo Slack Phone 11 j H BaughnianCb