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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): November 15, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 int1910111501_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): November 15, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. '- - vf The Interior Journal. VOLUME XXXV J I. STANFORD. LINCOLN COUNTV, KKNTUCKY, TI1.SDAY, NOKMHKR l..th, laid No. 75 4 to A ! V x not for Power In the campaign preceding th primary, wo wcro not NEW DEPOT SEEMS rtrongly for him In the cnmpalgn auc SAYS LONDON ECHO 'ceding the primary, nnd wo aro not CERTAIN FOR CITY WANT MORE RAIN! PASSES OVER RIVER lor him after the llnal election. We . KMihr Mr i entrrl. lined c ti . I speak rccllngly In regard to this WEED NOT YET READY FOR MAR. REPUBLICAN upwliiK elrele Ht her Itome on PAPER ter, the more to ecause wc feel nnd PROMINENT L. A N. OFFICIALS COME HERE AND TALK OF KET KINCAID'S 'NEW WAREHE SHOULD CE KEPT OUT OF OLQE9T NATIVE BORN CITIZEN ton itiei t nre tunrlnlly certain that we are right PLANS FOR BUILDING. HOUSE DONE. CONGRESS FOR DECEN The l'reliyt"rlnn Jllnfinnnry SoIn th concltMon arrived at OF STANFORD DIES AFTER ciety meet the third Monday nl thu CY'S SAKE. LONQ ILLNESS. Tobacco growers nrn nnxloimly pray rhiinb flint Stanford Is nlmost sure tn net Mr It. P. Ilnilroti, mhltr or the lug for more rain for their bantu Moreland pi new depot, nnd construction work 'I h Moiintnln Kcho published nt In the death nl Mi Mnek Huffman t'ltlietiH NlitlntlHl IIHnk lnii been MlrK me filled to liurntliu with the brown viii proi-anistifrt In the spring was weed and until n rainy pell It can London by I,. II. McIInrgue edited bv Mt nlih "grip" hlijh nccuircd on Sunday iiticrnnou for never I day Hid opinion that n number or h. & N. Kirk TllUtt Ron or ...r jiihI Mr not be gotten rend) for the market. J v Stevenson and one of the lead u; will hate Uiclr ofllclnls expressed while here on an The ladies (Mt Stanford loses one ur it twml Joilitin Tlllf'tl, of Danville, and it V. P. Klm'ald the tohacro buyer, Is ing republlrnn paper In tti(. mountain bnranr the nfterronn before Thanks- inspection tour late last Hrlday after ectlon of the st'ile. piihllshe.s a tttUiarmtl niul nt the time It oldest nephpV or tint Ml" Tlllclt or lliU ready to tnke poeslon ot the pen-diSandwiches ind coltee serv-v- l noon. Among them were Central new editorial In It IsMie of Tliurs giving native living citizen, to having been plare wn iimTleil la, week to MUs ll.iiighmnn warehouse which John S day for n small sum. On tho evening Superintendent Snyder, Master of nttarklne f'eleh Power nnd proha Jut built for him back The lloekwood ol l.udlnw 71 yonra ugu Hi Auk tleler InTrains Ml Icy, Superintendent or bo there irn n thin rlljc, vrvom hn Mtod h' relathe here ot the mill nnd next tn the railroad, tecting against hi taking tli" seat In of tho same day given will the an Union Xlrulgos and Hulldlngs Ingram .it liut. lie was the olftiM on of I hi olien. nnd but he xny that he can do nothing l In !2nd t'ongreis on the grounds formal muslcale Hw) General The performer--- ' using Korenmn fox. I'hey spent until there l more wet weather nnd Hint h,. has ni'er been cleared of tliu Hhurcli IIhUkui, William, l'rl X.MilNtne Jale Lt A. (I lliilftimn. fH manv buy. A charge ol complicity In Uie assatslnn-Ho- .piano that Is for sale by the Lndlos' some time going' over the old strucfor rrira 'the leading ili.VKkiiin erf thl IL. mid Mime Mnrtha and Helen (obntro get ready now him to Aid Hocletv Ices served nt the Wood ture which passes for a depot now of r'owrnot Wllllaui fJoemM nt .orK, luilld-lli- r Mtt. HamiHoii to snug or men are nlty ntnl nlo u surgeon In t'ic tttl necrimiinnted .m.mt Tl'.e J'cho supimrted Don C Udwards man Hall from 4 to 10 for the small and tentnthely decided vhero the new a Hide trnrk to eo rU'ht by the Slanlord llir pain week .mil lu'tinl her 23 cent. Kverybody Invited. bultdliig should be placed. It was desum ol PolenCl army, who moved to IvaImmIj-lf- , iltrtln In one id may inrehoiie so 'fr Inlereatl" lee be (trilled ontothat the tio3hcnd ahlv tn his race ngulnct Power, but nffer Coino spend a pleisant ovenlng with cided to build It Just west of the presnouiliipted tae.paiier rrelght rar for Powers if about ISi'l. where lie .tied turn wny us nnd help a good cause. ent depot. Liking In the hollow behim In n half hearted Tin- AmerhJil llllile Society will ment away right at the' door. The several year Mum. The protracted meeting thnt ha-- tween Ilnugbnian's spur track and the, Siitmiiv Louie, Ik e(iilpiol for prlslnr nnd will notii'nnlly. Th,. editorial nays in purr '(U"etliiK Most o( Mr. HutfuiMii' munv yrnr hold their aimmil nifcln tracks, nnd extending almost been In at the Chrir-tinbe said It A lor nlht nt the l'lirttlin eliuTh.a full be n I'dg thingunder Stnnlord itwhn or ,.r Whale. er may district: In Hie t:urr church hnsession postponed lor a tew tne .sl.ole length ot the railroad's lot were spent In Hfll roiunitiiiitr III been wrateer of i get actieiv tii. ..I..vnnlh wn) re liiturmtliiK , 5cup.itlon tlurlrfjpIilH trly niaiintrMl lhee iiKetlnv tolld concrete with, a tin roor and I ermtunieiy and reproach may be hoapA tViy. The pastor. He W. S. .Mon- there. Thiee largo xtnltlnR rooms, was- - tnnt or n building controslor ami Immim I expected ed upon it lair name the hcno tgomery was called to nttrnd the fun- one for men, one for women nnd one been reeehed by practically fireproof A leleBrum lm I urh were rtlw.iv In One ungnn load of tobncoo enme to nklrts nre clenr. and It alone or all the eral of his sister. Miss KfMe Montsom for colored people, wun nmple bagin. HiinoMiielnK that Mr. L If and In thl n will n tti" ad nlatl'e gage accommodations and nn enlargIn an effort papers In the district con boast of tne ery. Vunll a runner liiicntor man now the wnrelioioe ' Sntiml.iVjotnlni counties Trcjwlnglng school taught by Prof. ed tlcl-eoffice were discussed, and It. tc get son.e bodv ' Into the weed, proud distinction or naving mane n ery III r Ik of llehe. rk. About 2 year ago In- - wa evprelly thrown witor on It, rleht for honor, lor decencv, for mor Cabbell was closed last Wednesday Is understood thnt plans for a building n koii of 11 o ihe owner Mr Vnntl injured ur r mil irom u immune will be drawn nt once They to meet of thu county, nnd dRninced It so that it would turn ality In soclnl nnd political alfalrs. tor ulchl. Saturdaywill continue C K. Mc- - to suit the site nntl iH the cause of erection,, Irom the Lite llnrtev night. .Mr. by the railroad architects and n no time. prextlge nt home anu abroad aurinc tverv I'liomnt m! black In the hogile-aami a brother or Meeer Hect n( which ho never fully enr. When Caleb Powers Cluro was appointed as leader. The dntughtsmen. Mr. Klnenld said that lie had no use (he iwift ThiiHa luiit Vnli nnd Mtf.-ainAM or Hint ln engaged in Almcst everyone who talked with, schol I enjoyed uy all who treated for olllce the h.clio iook up lo that Prrle I)mIiIim V. .1 Wrn tlinrtobacco rrop had lutn so tiatunlly innoiinied against lilm hnd used the singing nnd Is nlso very beneficial. thi furniture business a Omsidernld.-i"ngti- i I'une the oftlcjals was much encouraged by attend only whlcti l'!"ie the light .ill or Ihi place and Mr of tint, (nil letired ninny vears Mis Mabel McClure who has been what they said with respect to a new absorbed Mie mlsture can be used, .Walton which It tnougtil it oir " f Stanlurd Curro'i. .me, tifter accumulating n competentol attendlrg school In Hlchmoud for U.e depot lor Stanford They seemed to Mn II M Ibtllnil no.l her liiinil lor tlitowlng wiilcr on them niln awaken the people to the danger Ho had held lor n lone time t;i- ihithis man to Congress. With- past few months Is at homo for a reiognlze that tho present building them. ton of president of tie reincf-remi imiii' limn,, on lllrliiiiniul Hlrect lor Is tonly lnnden.ti.ite to handle the No etlninte can be hnd yet iif to out njnin traversing tho ground, we fuw days. SIlMW to Mr Itelle Scott nl th'n M rsny nnd teok great pride and inter Mr Jackson Harrison died Thurs- large nmount ot business which is many friend what prl'-- i Mr. Klncall or othi r titiy-e- i ,n..i- - n i'.ii oi. r admnpitions were cliiilv. .Mr. llfllhMi now, and (Jarriscm t it adoring nnd iienii.in lug Hi from this tnt-ewill pay for tobacco. It wa net heeded, nnd Powers wa nomi da morning Nov. 10th. Mr. from Vir transacted remedy th..point hope he will decide to remain In situation as iMirjmn grounn iLslre to Aim "IL" vears old. He cnnie before the "xi failed that the nated by n grent majority l.nm-iite- r iMncu young manhood tic Im been Heine n consistent supporter oi ne- - ginia In IRS7. he has been n resident 't'CHin as possible would be hlsl t whether the or Kev. f W prlcr splendid llkeue i consistent nieiKter- nl the rrrnuj pool hiicceeded or not. Considerable publican Inlth and principle. we at or Moreland for 23 years. He leaves KIm'J nppoared In eernl pajier bA-aterian churrV atG. ln long Wii tn, the head o: several children. He was buried In ctinneetlon with the Ken lobar en wa bought before the grow- once placed his name at Stock, Law Wins office of 'pofloon ' He w"n the very t Afternoon nt 2 o'clocl: in the the column ns the Hcfuulican nomi ur y tHittt XwoclfltiOn wnlih will nt from 10 to lt cents, nnd the hchiI of honor nnd unlvrnlly popular, cemetery after funeral serUnit nee Hut our heart was not in tor n.eet in ('vnthlan thl week, beRln er generally I hope tr nhtnln paseipininng inc iiumipi " in menu ..... m.ich nnxlety for the .vork of supporting Caleb Powers. So vices at the Pnlon church by his II.. WTIM fUlfM lit ning MondM.v nnd continuing thioiiRh I rice. There I... n ....al. of the or fur CARRlEStIN WAYNESBURG BY BIG He. Pnlmeter. knows the - delightful lle Mr i:iie eoniiurted a buying to begin, a man",work the up fnr n hn he neVer cotulonei;eiltor coiumls tor.Miss Dora Strauli ol Stantord. visit-el"nl character Willi ntwer tlio..' 'MAJORITY. tne tied r.clio mer !iae their Mnrs hen- the fall or iltti'.1 family last xrew old tiid to tin- day of II death relnl Mr R. H. King nnd lon ol n crime, and Hope he never Mr Alex Walker wave u lx oilock In tobicro crop. was jOMeted of tti' lm dill')' hiii! sluill Ileitis poscossed or at Irast orr. rhurxdav dlunei to a numtn'r ol rt.eml The voters ot Waynesburg precinct nnstmaster nt Pinevllle, wn fun o( lorh(Md n:irv Intelligence, nnd pOSfesslPS "J A 1 went on record as favoring tuo lames Itt.liett Henry, (if iClrkxill. Mr Mutfman we could not lollow the Jled last Saturday morning of (men No. Run Over By Buggy if brothei.married and Mir Scottn Sebastian of thl conscience stock law at the special election on iTr II I If in Mirvlwtl'hy nu' No death nas occurreu trnlla or tl is man without reel monln various tnairiu, nt Hie K. lliiffnmn. ol Iimlnnn, mm n iutiw city, were i.mte-l.lWe this couniunity that has caused more tin subject held last Tuesday. Ttfere hi guilt. certain of 76 In favor or keepa retilrnre of Klder I M Tinder lie REV. P. R. NOEL DADLY INJURED lug mortnlly lie was of tn. 15 I t'nchrnn. . KHnmii fity guiuy ui rami'"-r.e- anhers.il sorrow than that olof Mr. was cutmajority off the streets. believe that his ing tin etc., by tlio dentil of prononnclnc the ceremony . The bride AT HALL'S GA- -. cniiM-VTh In the foulest, most damnable King. The PinelllL. Run savs In King's Mountain the proposition which in nwv h the prcttv young dau'rhter of Mr .Mr. Huffman I most heinous most diabolical crime In nn itdcHtlonnl tax for another A'n Sel'iiHtlnn. while the Groom the and altogethIlev. H It rtf.rcU will bo hard to fill gr;ie the mercantile hulnet.,s ulth hi Itnth erv painful, Noel waluckily, victima or a that eter darkened Kentucky's history His death was suddentwo weeks ago to vote rui'jdlfi.g, wns dereated by a maschool not ?eri nnd therefoie If we understand the er unexpected. Some tliouir.li Jt Alter brief senlw at 'h As the present r III KlrkMllle on ncrldonr lat week us u result letter of tho law, guilty ot murder, do attended the burial of Mrs. Patton jority or 37 votes ilihi frnnon bv Hcv. A. S. Jlo'fcli. u building l:ns 'proven f o small for the Mir Anule Cotton, of Dniivllle It. jf which he wat. laid up for ol Uihanon. former iimtor of th l're at Hour Mile where he contracted - increasing number of school children. and ..elthy to be executed for tl Mr days. While drh'tis with Ilev .1. H elinroli- - er. th tenialn ot the ttutmi of the Mlej "rancl. cold, which later developed into pneu- It I commlss on of the dastardly cime. rot know Just what will be done Rood man were laid to llnal rest i). A. Ileliiln ii. of MadtKon ha been tone, the new pastor ot inc Hnptlst i wie 7. ,n The evldces nt gul'l weie too mania. Jam' It to ipinedy the situation. ;" ' Tim pall boarra were1 lr A H with her parent Mr nnd Mrs, ha re church In the country. IW stopped rtrong. Kojf'r trials were had In thr.ee ous no anrm "JL Prattler. Mr Jessie Arnold rn lor ot Hall's Can nnr. Itev Jones ot which the Juries were unanimous nnd trlend, unill Thnrsm-- aTternoon Vrlff. H. J McJloberta il t. flmorc. turpett her home burcy ne W. M HriKht. II. C fourth li L. '.('Inh.-irt-. IVnce and J. W Aleorn Mi P to Tinder left In Knilikfort. - Lot out of thedown In to see the King In their verdict of guiltyto In theguilt of ijerore his death, wnengrew suites. un---Monday to la- nlll'ert view Crab Orchard. worse M. the vallev from larrU, K T the relapse and gradually ten voted yes as of -it rebtlve In PynthUna. Mr. N. A thH ton of the Oan. Kev. Noel Htood trial accused. It I Inconceivable to death relieved him King the l, U Mnrkslmrv urn. In I)anille tin pat Henjamin ip In the bussv tc point to Stanford, six men, no matter Hor sale or rent, five room cottage, her dniighter Mr. when the horse started suddenly believe that fort their lews. would in William county. June 1. 1!6-.- . he week vUltlng Lincoln Preachersvilie how partisan In Mr. ... K. Hubble, throwing the aped divine out of tne xlolate their oatlm to give the accused was the son of Mr. and Mrs. U. H. uev,, on Depot street. Crab Orchard, l.oula Ijindrnm Perkins. of Somerset ieiit the past week wllh vehlc'e and under the wheels. wMch according ro three brotners and Ky., W. K. weeks' old child of Sam A tour iiayturn passed over hi bodv, across his stoni a fair and Impartlnl trial anu perjure King sisterswllh William Taylor, n tenant on thu Mr. Win Lear Mr. sunlye. Mr. King the law and the evidence, rendering . living near Dripping Springs, Holmes " was turni oi 'John Htoimenion, two tnllv or llichmond I expected ThanksRlv. nch. Ilev. Jones rescuea mm im themselves Into eternity by .!.!. nh rt AllPr It miuft horribly scalded by the overturnwoutbeait of here, while prvpartnR to lug to UIt her daughter Mm. Parker mediately and brought mm to tnv.n, a verdict not In accord with tho eviHow-lltiing of a stove,, on which was a kettle I In mow, hod a crv anuamg cxeperlence llrer.ory. Mrn Win Payne hi Injures were attended by ror we do not where tato h,. reldeo In all woter. It Is not expected to having been called there physicians, but pronounced not neces- dence. they could the round who would 1L.. Orer-All tlio touiehold sood were put In in the stave business. of hot be ttlnk the vatrona, after whtcn t.le chlckeni by the lllnesM and death ot hor broth- sarily dangeiou. we do not In We he was united In marriage live Speed Mason who lives In do this horriblo thing, nnd Mr. same were to be rounded up One wlae old er MU Harry Kmbry, of Shelby-villiI'lngnam. bellve that anyone cise can mm with Miss Dora Hlnghatn. or this c ty sertlon, who has been so very HI, U visiting her cousin Mr. III.. I rooster not liking ihe proixiged case. We have Hie ...rh unnid k. much faith Inhethe human race and Atte?Ph.3 marriage Mr. King located better. Mr. Jennie eJiar.Rii of locility and probably ap-- and Mr. W S Kmbry. Howard Camnitz Mr. Hiatt Nurse 20 and Miss Bessie lirebenilve of the approaching elec- wtt will leave shortly for a protract"- at PInevlle. where he resided until h' Itodgers, pretty daughter ot Kannada in the honor and integrity oi tion election, darted Into a denaa ed stay In WaoMncton City engaged In many sucn rou death He was Rodgcrs. ago sweet sixteen eloped, tucklans to ever believe copse, trailed himself of the ahelter ill of which were to Jelllco and were made one. WILL NOT OE WITH PITTSBURG Tho Kcho to Its everlasting stwne ln refiiR(. aflonled by a wound hoR'n Power was ?uSuLPI Politics Mr. King CLUB NEXT SEASON. BALL he It said, declared Hint Charles llrown, nged 72 nnd Miss don. llnNlnp wi dulnyed, a mattock In Memoriam republican and has been for Mattte Lamb, 16 were united at the mallnged nnd should he treed procured and Mr TftJ lor proceeded Hustonvllle'a greatlynt the same time re believed an ardent Camnitz, In tbat party Howard many years active white of the bride's father P. H. I.amu to refover hli property, which wa In 130C the bom? crock pitcher, will not be with the thnt he vns guilty Our onlv excue in this eclon. near Holdam's Mill, by Htv W. W. urrornplUhed ultcr bird work. IVt. . tS7S Oct. 8. Ilt' PittBburg National League next fighting death of Mr. John Kreen cnuBed" va- Brock. lor doing this Is trnt we are old xoiue nay to W In memory ol my iiuinand John A n Stephen of thth according, to dispatches tioni for the party, and not for the criminal cancy In the postma-.ershl- p We met John Salter. Mr. W. II. IL Prcwn at CO cents. Traylor. died April, 11th. 1910. Inted to It Is expected that he will be It was a Mil dnv fnr tho party wh tnere. Hansford's Confederate veteran, ot and Mr. King was nppo until t W. K. Ilillard who ft:i vrerel old or traded to ioin, other club as "aleb Pnwets was placed vus ri 'hat position, which he he Id whom he wroto so feelingly a few hurt by a houae lnlllr.s on him. In So often we've wondt red. dear loed tho result of hi dlfterencea with being reappointed n few days since, who cnme out to vote said, Sen Statu tlcl.et, lt wa a snd day one, tuuch wor. Preytu oer the salary ator Ooebel. and lt was a sad for tor tlcrih. he for another four dny ago "elections don't seem siko elections nonth pasc President Which one flrt would , Mm. Wiu Sprinkle, of Itowlann, CamnlU played a very this beloved district, wherein resldo tn. ..iminutmt on of this ottlce t.a without sweet cakes and elder." iiuestlon. through i ho gate xpeni a wefik with hir daughter, Mrs. lo the public mcprominent pnrt In winning the world afiords and one ot . satisfaction tm Mr Kph James, living near Cra! L. r' Thompon. Mr. Samuel Ham We line greeted thl day each year . last the best people the wr. l . iiiiciti fw uir Pittsburg season betoro none who do not deserve the reappronch iitwn . nil. tfnf linn RC Orchard, is verv ill. HI grandson, Mr, xtfy. ol Carrard wan MnltlriK with delight, right there Is cumuiatcd considerable of this world's John Harris Is convalescent. A llttlo And so often been thankful trat nnd when lie Is I expected many ot placed upon them ilottclbw ond Mr. Kdmlaton. Mr " -- -; girl of Mrs. Abe Adams Is dangerous hetter. so that It Caleb Poweis has been elected to .roods. He had just, a W. II. llrown wat lltlnt Mr J. M fate to ecuro reptesent this proud district In Con- contemplated the erection of one ly 111. Oi. Hurmon, or Crab Orchard in Had been kind to us, lelt tia lo strug the clubs will be anxious CrtM - -- ! gress, In Plue-vlll- e itlui. A dlspatcli frosi rmsvurUm f ;jj; HC sad Mrs. but bj a majority ro small thnt the most convcnluet houses enjoy the attendance. g'e T, I.. Adams, ol the Dripping and had Just begun tohard labor It require no sttftch of the ImaginaTogether, life's conflicts to meet; of nn Interview witn urvyiu Bdmlston visited Mr. John ot his many years destroyer, Sprlnzs section while cutting wood J. T. Koberu of We were happy to know we wero lov- abject a follow' tion to declare unqulvocally that the lo (larrard .m bt with Uie team most enlightened people In the dis ..vi'iii rvimnlt death, thnt cut a thumb nearly off. ing and true, , Oikdale. Tenn.. visited Mr. and Air. He Mrs. Martha Crlder. wire of William T. V. Hhaw, Mr. J. M. Pettu. of And 'Us yet a glad memory, sad, next enon" Ureyfuss wa aked." trict do not approve of the verdict ot whose summons w he ended. will not,' came iup t:iM, sweet! Stanicrd wag visiting tier mother. Mr the polls on Tuesday, called and his career wasconducted ot Crider, aged about 60, died last week or a complication ot diseases, nt ner leen giun his chance and has- We suppose Powers will go to Con- funeral services were Ucbccfi Pettu. James U little Don was tome near Ilee Lick. Sfcs was a good the opporof J II Hlgl'y U 111 of heart troutdn. To think of the yean that navn van- Ullcd to taVo adnntage ofthemselves. gress nnd yet he should not, n man he Christian church of which he and sUter. MIsa Ilea-fclChristian lady strict member or the miles which presented ished. who tn been three times convicted! a member, by Ilev. hoWi was Oscar Holti-'clne lslted MU They were long, but o fchort, now Wo tried to deal fairly with Urn. but of a dastardly crime and never ot Wnlnut Flat. the inncral cottage ceme'er, church of Christ Atter a burial could nt we Mlsa Hale llrown by Ilev Da Id Gentry, her rt tbov eem: Maude McAllster. therefore, is not lit to repre to the Odd He lows' tor omc. reusos or other disposed or. He will be ot the city, where tho mulns were laid to rest at old llethel ot Oarrard has returned rrom a pro- There' naught lelt to me but the pet along I sent the splendid cltizensnip nt tne ny the Masons wero (od-benof team. aud I bt'lovo thl will please him. capacity. tracted visit at MayavUle. Mo. MIm impressho services ot tnar order play mountains In any should not The little gorVthrough with nt the grave. ThP church. voter came out of the booth And to think and remember and to know that he Isn't nnxlous to One have this ICaUirlnu Mel. In ha returned trom Innocent children have in BUgma placed upon tnem; they should dream! with us apaln, and we will w a vltlt to Ml Amy Parrlli at Itlctv tloral orterlng. were beai.titul at the polls last week and w;anted no are high a pair of glasses as the smoke trom Tn know In pleasure, in sorrow's the future none but players inoad. Jlls Hallle Jtrown and not be made to look back when tbey and In a manner attested the pt Stanford. Usited Miss dark night, and who aro willing to live have reached maturity nnd be made to esteem In which the deceased Was the loir cabin had filled fcls eye. journey up to the club discipline. To live with you life Rev. Donahoo will preach the fourth Katheilnn Melvln. Ml Nra Smith blush for hnlng such n representa held bv his legion ot mends. through. Pinevllle Sunday. Instead of the third Sunday U wiUt Wetid In Itotkcastle. Llttlo "We have spent :H.50O this year Tho young men, blight Intelli In the death ot Ml Klnr upright lor new player. Some of them loolc tive nnd ambitious, should not have church Crab MIm Sara Larue Traylor and little To other so noble, to honest, tjrWn " nt th0month. Orchard Christian will be losea one ot her most tney gent To me alwu) tender anu true. Pnlon services mend. Mlsa Jlnggie Cariwnter etu this von Rood, and It may be that mado. this millstone placed about their and progressiva citizens. Thaulcs-glvln- g While. P. Ttlltlae Mr. and Mr, will fill any holes that niiglU bo necks, to hold them back In the on- even ready with his Intluence and held at the Christian church evening, which will be conduct!Ir. J T. Well and wife attended it I rhapsody sUII to remember I ve Steele and Kerry give piomlse or to success In buslnesj ward bo assist in all things that were-- mine ko rebellious Sunday they are and In march affairs of the communt. money benefit the city. You churcl bn last Kverrw ed bv Rev. W. B. Anderson, who resuccessful pitchers: If soclnl been, iirotracted nietllng nt the thrts so much. ty; the young and virtuous woman would Tb. Camnltt will not bo inlsred him was hi friend and tho cently held a successful aeetlng there. his tllin Uureh continue with tncreaslnic Since the grave hid your face and It nw. be, too, that wo wl)l iann old" hood of tho district 'should not be who knew IM 1 entire community mourns with sad your form from wy wow, He v. T. II. Thornton s Interekt ahown. BRIGHT HAYS IN ACCIDENT crs who are sood." crushed by their sisters In other other relatives In their wire and Yet I'll ee joti and know you line preaching nnd the U aotef? tenir of the state for living In a dis bereavement Mr Henry Urlght Hays tho popuagain. oimrfne reodncted br Prof. J U 'I porn C, Hardin a prominent at-- " by a mnn woo una Mr lar liveryman, who Is associated with ntlc and.MlfA The brightest of all earthly blessing lorney Sam lndon. Ky.. ha formed n trict represented awl ur to Ulfhw of a thrilling exconvicted of conspiracy GOSHEN HONOR ROLL, or grjcanlst I a leathe Mr Hone Carter, hadon the Stanford J. of the pupils lnua llolticlaw u biiicii rompiimcui-e- - Was to know, that through all,. .you law partnorfthln with Mr WillC.beJouck. been thrice ol n fellow mortal. the murder llelow I a werH tine; aver ago perienced near town liar In We do not know what action the (loshet, schol Ht of the f rvico turn nnd the llrm whose general night says th Dan. Kev Thurn-nn-- . And the crown of all heavenly glory ot PlnevllJe. cottnienclng Dei. uc- - pike Wednesday r. new congres will oy all In attendance & Jone. tak0 In the matter was at or over ror the month of vale AdvccnJe. He had been to Dan''' iihiitei Sunda ymornlne Will be dwelllns lor ever with you. din family to pine-Mil- e of spntlng Powers Kor the good ot Hardin will move hi ville and wns on his way home. Near Crmn-hor"Uoo'a WltBease," nnd a special a sot'n as piactlcable and they the district, for the good ot the state t0Thlrd Orade.-Ma- ggle repinUie Walker farm as he was turning a it. tbo aitcrnoon to men. miuject. "lie ntlll my a,J heart, eae of for the good of th nation and tne The new law firm vlllr iclcv Ha tune an unknown driver came around ing." iwh.t a Mnn Howeth That Shall uo Dudderar. trong ono tood or the splendid cltlzns who call "IxVir Mry of Jone will b0 a at lightning speed The vehicle ocOod's Juttca ! gloi.ou and line. Hardin Abw Kean," "Pprtunc Tclllns." nnd we prophesy that Uie mountains their home and who the stranger crashed Into tho ono Trt.o(wS-rncuph-t,rdject ot aermon Moaday evening. The cloud hide the aim. but 'tin shin- in every repect and receirt. the rightfully believe It to be the garden cupied by Mr- Hav, but appeared inev will merit ing. Pinevllle lot of the earth, wo think and hope, nor absent during the ol the community not to huve been damaged for Ui Ami it halo aneaki. alway of you L'roun 1 mot proalent during tun -- Karl Uoocu lawweary, Sun. body of Klrt Orade. Iva Pepple" thnt high minded driver continued on his way at high haven of dry cold weather of the early winter There's a nnnrpfittml: rest tor ttj Third Orade bpeed Hays was thrown out on the maker, when tho assemble lu WnRb children Mag.i' oooclt month. Parents of joungAll tim w Hourtli Hrade laimo back come pn suddenly nnd ington on March 1th next, will plk. and hi buggy smashed up He Tocethcr w.ll be on that shore honW o prepared for It wer.. not absent caused by is Thu was driving a gentle Vorse. however to seat him Then, nnd then oulv No heaven I'd thare U you were Is extremely painful It i a bottle of fhamberlalH a ui Hlrt tirade KllraU.n Uooii theumntUra of the muscles. Quick - win the awful stlxma be removed r not there, and the nulwal refused to run Mr . Many mother Court Hemedy by applying Cham- from our homes and firesides. IlUt Second Oradir. Albrt Miller I "-nn.r nffnrdtxl Hays BwMfKl to patch up th vehlelo To live' saved, redeemed never wlttwMJt It l their how w4 -" Bold by Peany'f whatovar Uie ultimate tvvtlon taken, rouuu .M""i fc. Uulwsnt ad aet toroe. more. SW (t hM mw OaMloltl tbw. akl-- U at clssr. WewfQ l lttK tltpxi. Mitt, CLAP pert TRAYLOR vm MACK HUFFMAN Lancaster. TOBACCO MEN POWERS WAS GUILTY, d n s sup-lotte- d - nie N - I'lni-HKii- iH t 1 -ld e Ito-iim- - - - d Prl-da- v llus-tonvlll- d - r A . u-- n v W .ecr. '""" sn . counte.datHmtH L,i "" '-- ? 5 tt rs jS sea-po- ,. pen-ti.u- ". Kn c' ser-vl'-- i - 9 V be-lu- g . -- ser-llnn- , d I- - n o Sr e ..n-jj- " l lrr w. irll'k. -- -- Ws THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. TUK8DAY, NOVKMHEH 15Ui, fllO we will offer on special sale at Beginning y very low prices, 150 ladies tailored suits. These are all entirely new in shape, materials and colors, and finely tailored.. Prices will be $14.75 and $23.73. to-da7.ri new suits representing the work of the best class of New York tailors. Everything about tbese suits is tltsirable. New rough materials, broadcloths, screes. Scotch mixtures, basket weaves etc.. in all the new shades of a ana arc nanasomciy lined anu browns, blues, tans, greys, and blacks. All arc strictly inside and out. In this lot is every size from H, 10 and 36 on up to very large extra sizes, but mostly one of a kind. In the lot are sample suits worth up to J4f. Walk-Ov- er Shoes They have the right, name and we have a Walk-Ovwhen com paring them to other er $23.75 In this lot will be man-tauorc- tin-ish- .il 4t There will be over 75 Suits in this lot and they are fully as good value as the other. These arc in blacks and all the good colors and both smootband rough finished, all wool cloths made ud in best manner and well lined and finished and were m ade to retail from $18 to $25. All sizes from 14, 10, 36 on up to 47 bust. $.14.75 . makes. There are others, it is true, but we do not know of any man's shoe made today with as good sole leather, as good linings as good uppers and put up with as much style And Endurance Walk-Ove- r Vici, $4, $4.50 and $5" in all kinds of stock, Patentt As Fine Dresses come and see them. Wc have a few very handsome street and reception dresses left, on which wc will make very low prices. These vary so much in price, being one of a style, that we cannot name prices. If interested Shoe at $3.50. In Calf and Extra Bargains We have a few garments leit from last season which will be put d their former prices. ont at about e dresses, were sold at $U. Choice S'k Indies $?. Misses Fine Wool Dresses, were JlG.SO.tChoice one-thirone-piec- Misses Tailored Suits were SI 5.00, will now be $7.50. No Garments Sent On Approval 'Mlk will have our opening of Christmas goods on FRIDAY NOV. 25th, the day after Thanksgiving. It will pay you to come to see this display as we will have on sale thousands of articles from 10c to 50c, suitable for presents for men, women and children. Come early and make selection before the rush. Calf and Tan in both Blucher and Button styles. For dressy, du rable, comfortable foot wear try the Walk- Over, Sold by A Furniture aud Undertaking Day Phone 28, Night Phono 133. f H. J. McRoberts. 0 0 0 0 0 $& A. B: Robertson & Bro., THE Danville, Ky. That CATARRH Cured by The Marvel of The Century, U. B. B. Tested for 30 Years. Hawking, spitting, foul, breath, of yellow matter permanently cured with pure Uotai.lcal Ingredients. To prove It ve will send you n SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE CATARRH IS NOT ONL DANCKR-Ol'but It causes ulcerations, death and decay of bones. Kills ambition often causes loss of appetite, nnd reaches to general debility, Idiocy and lNTERlORjOONAL. Established 1872. Here is a Remedy Will Cure Eczema "WE PROVE IT" Nervous Publlthtr FIUEAY HELTON KVERY SAUFLEY TUESDAY AND POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge Tbe Interior Journal Is authorized to announce Charles A. Hardin as a candidate for Circuit Judge or the Thirteenth Judicial dlstrtst, at the l'Jll. election to be held November, tubject to the action of the Demo- - Herald says tlm we The sere mistaken In our assertion that the Danille Adrocnte denounced the EM treachery of Lillard. We think not. If we are not mistaken, the Advocate, !06Slbly not edltoriall, but in Its slth ow8 columns., sided vlporoulv be righteous indignation ot the demo i rats of Boyle at his course, and It The Woman's Tonic feems to us that one of the present editors of the Advocate was present Cardui is advertised and jnd took a leading pan nt an Indignation meeting rwld il the com sold by its loving friends. house. Hut the tratter can be The lady who advised Let's hear what the Advo-atMrs. Mirse to take Cardui, itselt has to say on the subject had herself been cured of .nd why It now puts on tbo soft pedal serious female trouble, by when Llltarrt is mentioned. o "I was very nervous," writes Mrs. Mollie Mirse. of Carrsville, Ky., "had palpitation of the heart, and was irregular. "On the advice of Mrs. Hattie Cain I took 2 bottles of Cardu! and it did me more good than any medicine I ever took. "I am 44 years old and the chance has not left me, but 1 am lots better since taking CarduL" 0 0 0 O Hog Box Bottoms, Keen Kutter Meat Cutters, Keen Cutter Butcher Knives. W. H. Why uaste time and money experimenting ulth greasy salves and lotions, trvlng to drle the eciema germ froi underneath the skin when Pen-ns Drug Store guarantees ZK.MO, a clean liquid preparation for external use to rid the skin ot the germ lite that causes the trouble? One application will relieve the Itching and often times one bottle is suttlcient to cure a minor case of eczema. ZK.MO Is sold by druggists, c and in Stanford by (3. 1 Penny and they will tell you of the marvel oils cures made by this clean simple treatment, ZK.MO and ZK.MO soap are recognized as the cleanest and rnofct popular treatment for Eczema, pimples, dandruff and nil oter fohrms of skin or scalp effections whether on Infant or grown person. Will you try ZK.MO and ZK.MO soap on our recommendation and guarantee of satisfaction or your money back? I'cnnys Drug Store. y S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I CAN'T BEAT STANFORD TEAM In the game Saturday at Richmond, icainst tbe Normal school eleven, the local boja wer& thoroughly tested and their victory ot 16 to 0 was the best of the season. 'I in H K S. N. 8. team averaged more than 150 pounds to the man, yet the Stanford boys, with 136 pounds average, ptayed rlnfts around them. The game was a super-lo- r one. Clean sport was manifested. Touchdowns were made by Penny, Slraomns, and McCarty. Coleman Combs and Parka were the star pta. i rs for Richmond. Cardui, so she knew what Cardui would do. If Cardui cured Mrs. Cain and Mrs. Mirse, it surely will cure you too. Won't you try it? Please da litre's something good for I J., read ers The Cincinnati Iost daily one year, tlm Interior Journal one ecr and the Post's beautiful l'Jll Woodland Calendar all for 12.50. This or fer is good for both new subscribers aud old ones who renew. The Calendar Is a beauty, while most everyone knows what the two papers are. Thin Is a bargain. Send-you- r subscription to the Interior Journal at once. 'lanner. Cure It by taking Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) It Ik a quick radical norma-tien- t curw because It rids the system ot the toion germs that cnuso entarrh at the &atM time Blood Balm (B. 0. B.) purlffeH tlit-- blood, does away with every symptom ut catarrh B. B. B. sends a tingling flood of warm, rich pure t Iood direct to the paralyzed nerves, and parts arrected by catnrr-,1m- l poison, giving warmth and strength Just where It is needed, and In this win nuking a perfect lasting cure ot catarrh In ull Its forms, DRUO HIoT.S or by express. i 1'KR I.ARUK BOTTLE, with directions for homo cure fc'AMPLK SKNT KRhK by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Ga. Describe your trouble and free medical advice given. Sold by .Shu cars and insanity. It needs attention at once H ICC INS, 0 0 0 Stanford, Kentucky. 00000000 0000000000 3tt0&a J, L.Beazley&Co.,W. a. tribble. Stanford. KenturHr. Tbe old old, story, told times without number, nnd repeated over and over again for the last .'16 years, but It is always n welcome story to those lu sonrch of health There Is nothing In the world that cures coughs nnd an Chamerlaln's colds as quickly Cough Remedy. Sold by I'enny's Drug Store. CONCRETING Undertakers and Embalm-rs- . Also Dealer in ot eon. un ai mock Mattingt.Rugt, They and. in fact, we can makeWork,IhlnJftMaY" any bonee down to fence will exchange Furniture for yon promptly a.nd luirantiV nJ?tJ?lM all Kinda of Stock. Give IheaaCall. Prices Right TAN FORD. -- KENTUCKY 8tanford, Ky. Far-aiture, J The Stanford team deserves especial credit In that they have not lined other, and also leaves the system In up under their goal thlb eason. Let a natural and healthy condition. Sold wants by Penny's Drug Store. home high school team that High' honors try mem, is wc of thennanager. HOG When" a'cold " becomes settled " ln'the system. It will take several days' treat raent to cure it nnd the best remedy to use is Chamberlain's Cough Reme dy. It will cure quicker thnn any TOBACCO MR '1 I PHILLIPS BROS., RAISERS Are your hogs worth 5 centa per head? W0 guarantee Bourbon Hofl Cholera Remedy to keep hogs healthy and free from disease for 5 cent per huid per curts Cholera, Kills nonth. It Worm, Stimulates the Appetite, Aids digestion and causes hogs to fatten ery rapidly. This remedy Is used and endorsed by leading bog raisers throughout the country. Come in iiud let us tell you about 1L $eM I' Kew SUttlo'd Drug Co. I Beginning SATURDAY, NOV. 12th, I will buy and receive Tobacco at my CLOSING OUT 8ALEI new warehouse in Stanford. have to change climate As days w'll sell for the next Will be in Stanford on Tuesdays, a full line of millinery, dress goods, trimmings and notions the city at just purchased Thursdays and Saturdays of each week, prices astonishingly low. Tils stock was carefully selected and It w'll meet the wants of this At Paint Lick on Mondays, Wednesor any other vicinity. an I will sell it as a whole ooDortunlty should present. days, and Fridays. CORA 8. LIPP3. I I Harry Jacobs. Dealer In and.Uanafa9t0.rer ot Marble and Granite MonuMarkeri and Poete , Cemetery and Law Va.ee and Motive.. Offlee and worki, Mo Kinney, Ky. Fresh Oysters SERVED IN ANY ments, 30 CUT FLOWERS'FOR SALE! STYLE. In I can turnlib the pnbllowlth tbe beit. at well a tbe f rribvat of cut flow ere, plant) ot all klndi, bulba, patted Qowere, on iborv THE PEST HEL IN TWMI CefStaS RCsUbYMt. . A. CARSON, I If price. m notice. Alto make .k ipcMalty ot wreathe ? for for funeral purixtae. In connection wljb tbeaboie, I have all klndiZof veielablve on band at rratonabl m Hustonvllle, Ky. : - W P. KINCAID. !. , II .... . .. BUoofU.Ky' f. .. frp. Jl. - -- mzmmfi!' " I "ntmmr Uk j zpi . .i TUESDAY, NUVKMBKR 16th, 1910 THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. rAtm A tn oc nn-r- $14.95. I .. .. il lir ...III .m:h yuu a i.umreu oun .. . usually sells ai ni .1t For a line of high class Suits usuually soIJ at $25.00. mai f.i.fiu to For Choice of a Swell Line of Suits in new rough materials, worth Price, $l.fi. H7.r,o to $l80. Special price $1 i.ltt. $0; Special Price SW. $19.95. tc r - t. Spec i. i - . 1- - s . Bpeclil fountain ror school use M. V, Stenhenon. ot Hlchmond. T All person 76cent, $1 and LI'S at Icnnjr'a Drue boro I). Haney went tip to Middle )waD. here on buslmhaving claim against Momlnv Monday. Btorc. tuiiv deceased, .ius aim,, ynnti. or Lancaster I t.. nereby ui jonn rrayior, same with Miss Annie Itulto I at home for a lire directed to .flie .. the guest of Mis little Carson. ..f .. . tew daya from school at Hlchmond. th. ...! M.,Ur,,,(;iiTO I Even It home Louis- beloie Notember commissioner, on or Mr M A. Johnson I In Ontrnl ville to go Slone the bird from I'lst 1SI0. Oeo U PERSONALS. after thN week. I Klorerce, M. C. L. C. C. City on business this week. 75.' Kd N'unnellcy ha returned Homo II. C Mulllni of I'erTyxllle, waa after a prospecting trip tbroueh Kan.Mlaa LrlMi KoRleman Harris, of Prof. J. W. Ireland'of this city, has Monday. sas and other point lit the wert. Lincoln county, ! spending a few here on bualnes been highly honored by being appoint-t- d The Currents Event Club will meet Mrs. Will Scott, of Danville, ha daya with Mrs. John Yri:cr cm the District Deputy IJrand Master of with Mm. J. W. Ireland Thursday been the guest of her sister, Mm. B. the Odd Kellowf, by Orand Lancaster, pike. Danville Advocate. Master 2 30 o'clock. L. Relnhart. at Lynn T. Oruber, of Shelbyvllle. A. tJ, Eastland, of Louisville, wan Mr. nnd Mr, llmry ltlddlcbrgcn Hone. W. II. West and Joe S. Into atvrral daya latt wwk. nre gueta of Mr. A T. Nunm-HeIet the I. J. order your calling of Lancisler, were the weeks' nnd Air. and Mr. Ucoricc ll6ut, ol the fnmily, card; wedding Invitations announcend guest ol .Mr. J II. Klnnalrd. West End, were here, shopping Mr. W .T. HpiIUi returned to hi Mr. Henry C. Karri ha hcen quite ement. Finest work at reasonablo home at Islington Saturday, after a 111 for several day at the St Aapn prices. Mr. John Ilrltbt Jr., came up from plrnrant visit to his brother und ma- Hotel. For Sale 10 shares of Hustonvllle Somerset to nttenrt tho funeral ot ter here. Mr. Owsley Carman and wlfp of hi mother, Mrs John lirlnht hlch Dr. Joe IlecRof Wllmore, ha been Oultith, Mlrin., are guext of his par-nl- National Dank stock. Apply at this toon place Saturday morning. here for several day with tho home Mr. and Mr. A. C. inrman. Mr office. Prof, and Mm J V Ireland, Misses folk. C:irm(n tho Is an old Lluroln county We hove some second hr.nd buggle l.yle Cooper and Herta Jean IVnar Mr Cleveland Hoie, of Garrard, lioy hold u lucrative position with a aecompnnlril the fool hall bora to la the guest of her sister Mrs. J ('. wholesale hardware firm at hi ndopt-t- d i.nd one carriage for sale. Pence Ilroa. Richmond Saturdnv thcr(. tho played Kuhacks. home and is mnklng good. njuilnut the Eastern Norm.il team. Squire V. A. Coffey went to Klch-uonMr, .lame NorflecLor Hart Wayne Hunting coats, vest and legglns sisbeen .ir. Charlotte Warren, of Stanford, Crand Mondiy to servo on the Federal county haJohn W.tho guest of her Lin- und guns and ammunition, also gun Jury Kad.s of West ter .Mr. has lieen a recent RUeit of Mr A. clenncra. George H. Farrls. .Mr Jake Carpenter, or Prrrytllle, coln. Cl.eek D.inllle Messenger ha been the guen of Mr. Mnttle S The many IrieiuW or Mr. Tom llann, 'My Wife's Family" come to the Mr. Itnn Wood, of Dantllle of Casey county will b glad to hear opem houc next Thursday night. It na horo lajit week having accompan. Net lu. J H llnrris pent Sunday In Lan- of hi great Improvement since h I led her mother, .Mr J. E. Lynn home said to be a laughproducet right. n-oprrnted on for liver trouble. II alter a pleasant visit tho latter rmd caster. Men with gun 'and dogs took tho Mr. drover Anderson, of Mt Ster-llnr- . was accompanied to 1xu!hvUI by ln made her niu the guet of Miss Sallle wile Mm. llettle llann and Dr UhH- - Held Jo Uoy and little Hob White will I'rlonds here have recehed wore ot lite hard for n while. There nre Bald week the marriage of Her. Murray Taylor Tn)loi Woods last L. Ileazley ore re drer. to b n great manv quail Mr und Mr. J und Miss Margaret Donner, which Clarence Tate and H. O. Hampton nnd vicinity this season, In Lincoln nr- and young ceding congratulation upon the county to hunt thl rabbits plentiful. v nt to Mnrlon took place the latter part of October In Washington City, where the groom rirn of n beautiful little daughter in week. I now pastor of a large congregation. thilr home. The little lady arrived Mr. W, L Varnon, of Hendereon-tlllc- . In the circuit court Monday J. II. N. a, and Mm. iCllzn I'ortman. Herzog, Mr. Taylor was pastor of the Haptlyt Thurfday and weighed ten pound. Near Creek section Mr V M Vowell of tn West Knd, of Mt. Sterling attended the burial ot wan finedof tho on a church here while hi bride ha J200 a charge of mainloved ones In hns been taken to a hospital In Isli- Mis Hhoda Lunsford here Inst week. taining a nuisance, selling liquor etc., number of friend and ngton where he will undergo an l'rof. G. K. Kvertt. principal of the nt Ms place In the country. thl section Kllse Chen-aul- t operation for gull stone Crab Orchard Public School who has The wedding of Ml Mr nnd Mr. H. O. Hampton, or N.eu at hl home nt Isaiah Roger, n Danville, negro, whiln Engleman and Mr, Ashley Heed home lit Hchool h bi'Cii 'loaec oil accoint had hi head practically severed from toek place ot the home of Mr Ceo. Lebanon Junction, are witn tno Kugleman in I'ueblo, Colorado, Octo- folk for several dar. of th,-- scarlet feter epidemic, has re- hi body by Jack Hall, also of color, MIsb Ophelia Lacker; er Crab Orch- turned to Crab Orchnrd and book Sunday night In a fight over a woman ber 30th. Mr, Heed has a position In day with MMsc pnl will benln at once a the disease Is The slayer was arrested. the Oovrrnment service tn Kl I'aao, ard, Hruce set oral Hout. Texas, and the young couple will re- Mary l D. nnd Sueof Covington, nnd bald to have been about stamped out. Ilrady The Ladles' Aid Society of the Mr Mm. J. J. Dickey ims called away side there. The bride I a sister cf city and Mrr O C Stanton, of Carllnvllle, Ind.. thl week by an accident to her moth- Christian church will meet In the lec11. H Saufley of thl Mr. 1' a pleasant wns Injur! by a fall The ture room Saturday afternoon at wa horn and reared In Lincoln, where have returned home nfter is desired J V. I'nU-li- p er, who sister. ha many friend and relative, visit to their W Kern,Mis. LouHsvlUe. Ik meeting of the Woman's improve- o'clock, a full attendance for the ex she of Mm. J ment ( lub will, therolore, not be held, to uerfect arrangements who will wish her and her husband change, which I to be held Wedncs now visiting Mm I'hllllp every Itnpplne ns wp scheduled. Muster M. llernnnl McCarty delight day Nov 23rd. Come fully entertained hit little Irlends at $IOOR5iard, $100. hi blithday part), Saturday Nov. Ii, TV rt4fra tt thbptprr will te pleurd to lrrn from 2 to IP M , the following little that Ibtrt to at Irut our drrulnl dtoue that anrara bat brro abir to run m all tta tuxr. and that to being preient. gut-k- t Halt's ratarrb Curr to u 00I7 pwiilre Pettle I'errr, Sophie Knunders, Calanb anoan to tb mMlml frairrtiitr itarrti cure now tooaUtutJOfial Avewe. rrquirra a ulli-rooHa-eldr8at-urda- ). d mm JW-tO, SEVERANCE & SON, Stanford! Kentucky. 45, Good stock of guns from lieo. II. Farrls. Mnny i'JSil) to WE PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICE. For All Kind of I Chamberlain' Stomach and Liver Tablets are an Idea! medicine to give .1 child, for they are mild nnd gentlo In their effect, and will ciire even chronic constipation. Sold by Pen ny Drug Store. chool children sutler from constipation, which Is often the cause of seeming stupidity nt lessons I. Farm Produce :a I HIDES AND FURS NOW. WWTE&j j - LAND & UUCHANANStanford, Ky. FREE We have a regular size Jar of the famous Palmolive Cream for you. It won t cost you a cent. Cut the coupon from the Nov. is sues ot ijood Housekeepintf.PnciCcMonthly.Red Boole, Woman's Home Companion, Ladles' World. Uncle Remus' Mas- azinc Dec.issuesof People'sHome Journal, Delineator, Designer, New Idea, Blue Boole, Green Boole. Nov. 19th Collier's Weekly. Nov. 5th Saturday Evening PosL Nov. 6th Illustrated Sunday Magazine and Associated Sunday Magazine. 50c Jar. of Brinfl this coupon- - lo onrs.A"-ando as the ad directs. We will then sfve'-yoabsolutes t """ ulrJtcJ's) free a full size Jar of Cream which we ordinarily seVLS-Ud J A Ralmolive Creami 50c cash. You'll find" this cream the. delightful thing oC fls Lind-T"- made. irir It's en- - .Ma'wilJa--WwWpwawt- i. tirely new and has all the quality of Palmolive Soap, the The Judge's Advice On Hanan Shoes: ii - r ta. I queen of art toiler soaps. Look in tKe magazinen for .It-" Bring if. tolhisatoror-'- coupon. PENNY'S DR UG STORE. 4 f-- SHOES LmiUc Wearen, Sara and Pram Lnn, Jnephlne He.ir.lev I Sadlo 00000 O0v00OO0Cr 0000000002030$ Mubel Wilkinson. Ilrady, KMc Coleman, lmlse nnd l.ucll,. Wntors. Margaret Datison, Clo" Parinor, Willie and llesle Idu Cummons, (Jertrude Wilkinson, Ilesale Hubble. Ueorge Kleeco Karri. Igo Perry, Prank Conller, Til Cooper, Kd Ilrady, Wm. Holnhart, Hartey Wllklnxon, Stephenson Doler Coral Sam Craig, Walter Hubble, llunn, W. K Shugnrs. The prize cnntete(l for wero awarded to Miss Willie WIII;lnion and Tllden Cooper Alter n lull enjoyment or fun nnd plays. Mm. McCarty icrv-rrelreslii'un'1 for .'H Ihe litili Conninev, Nancy llunn, Calh-rln- o trratmrnt. Italia Catarrh curt to takrn artlne dlrfrtlr upon tt tiood and mucoua turtarra ol the arvttm. thrrfbr dratrolnc the foundation ol the dieraer. and mine tb tutlrnt itrrncth br buUdlnc up the ronatuutliin and aarbt-m- i nature In dotnc It wora IT ,roprirtori nae o nurb talth In It ruraUfe potr tut ther oBrr One llundml Hollars lor any rate that It laUa to rure. hend tor Iwt ol fatlrtontala Talc llau Addrtra F J CHI NI.V A IXJ.. Tolrdo. O. MM Ir all DruHKta. T(f lanuy I'Uis for roMtlpaUoa. tflnc m rooitltu-IkiD- al i FOR SERVICE As usual we are showing the Best Line of WORK SHOES that: The Market Affords YV dn Lout Detween my house and town lion rod nbout two feet long, painted red, a part of load binuer French dry cleaning and pressing neatly done, next door to State Dank 75-C. F Harnett 2 d The Horleirjh Diamond folk. SHORT LOCAL NEWS a Waieiiile aie jUuig Coat U, U, by Penny's Drug Storo lor nOe n largo ox. They nre guaranteed to cure Indigestion, hour stomach, botch . ing gns, dlzzinc, hlllousnesF, neati-nes- stomach tablet tablet W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCK.Y or anv stomach ailment. ' It Is dellclouHlv palatable, agrees with the weak Htomach, contains the 000000O000O 4 fc&OOO 00000000 mot soothln. healing, strengthening you nnd curntlvo elements. Makes Holllster's Hocky well nnd happy. Mountain Tea. z: cent. Tea or tub-let- L R. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Mwtin- - 1 V... 'When a man is side- - swiped by fate of his' best girl," says the Shugars and Tanner. r" I will be at Crab Orchard Saturday Nov. 19ib. at Moreland Friday, Nov. 25th, nt liitatontillo Saturday Nor. Tho penalty 2Cth, to collect taxes. goes on Dec. lrL dates and settle. Meet me on nbove W. U McCarty, NOVELTIES Judge, "he should re member that rough seas make good sailors. He'll find a good bor har- at CUMMINS & WEAREN'S Shoo Store" Buy a pair of those Sheriff. For Sale. Some It. 1. Hed pullets and cockerels and Toulonse geese. Apply to Mm. W. J. KdmUton, Crab . Orchard, Ky. KnlghtTbr the Mnccibees hiu, The paid to the ttldow of 1. Ii l'errell tho 11.000 carried by hlra In that order. Mr. A. 0. Sine Inlorm us that this makes 3 death cla'ms paid by the lodge hero nil paid In full nnd ' most of them wniieti in xeu u. ter denth. , The Maccabees havo Ucen organlz-.inroin county IT yearn and in , i timn hii-- iindi out moro money In the county than has been s pnld by all otner lnsurnuceo Ti-p1 iui-panic- A coat with style end class and the most practical hunt ing coat ever designed. Is yet absolutely water-tigh- t, light and flexible. A coat made to fit a hunter and very liberal In cut. leather-covere- d bound- - with leather; shoulders; Ave outside cut-i- n pockets, one outside patch pocket and has full game pockets throughout the entiro coat. The corduroy collar fits perfectly and when turned up fastens with storm strap. The button holes are all worked with stays at the strainsilk, ing points. lias ventilated under arm gussets and adjustable cufls. The water, proofing is by a new process that is really water-tigh- t. 1 bi coinl'lned Hanan Shoes and they will look neat on all k Tfae Favorite Toale lor Wobcb. tt Jk We are showing the pret- h:i tiest line of Ladies' Neckwear we have ever shown; A fetching silk doublePleated Jabot in all l& the popular colors and sizes I Also a beautiful line of bows 1; And our line of belts,. Ornaments, Barrettes, Iders. goods, and Jewelry, alL newest of the season I Call and see them. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO.. - Ac-nord-ion liWI m wV csavlact yes tUf If tkwSwlt PENNY'S DRUG STORE AbeHl4t4r. i If you want a coat that has class, style, and yet room for any reasonable "bag," investi- rtvmf rtrtAiHc V JVWU9 gate this coat STANFORD. Mnffnne QISog. llUVIWIltPI SIIWW KENTUCKY " . W& THI 1TORE 18 TH HOME OF HA RT 8CHAFFHER 4 MARX CLOTHE Fer Sale .By 6EO. H. FAfrRIS. 4- 1- J fr 'V V THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. TUIiSDAVt NOVKMIiaR t6th. 1910 HK 3i) Cents T r su m. SOLD THE WORLD OVER. THE FARMERS I I For Hale. J. A few good W. IlAughman. a Button $1.00 a Rip Cot'lter ft McCormack sold Monday . 8 calves to Whltrhouse at I cents For Sale. 50 good ewes, from 2 to 4 vears old Jns. Yowell. Hiiitnnvlllo For sale 67 choice yearling steers. ' . Carpenter, Moreland, Ky A. Jaraci Yowe I sold 7." l,"40pounrt 'cattle to J. C Johnson of Hoyle nt t, cents. I'herp enme to mv pine., about Jer 2 meat bog 7M King GOWANS off - To Lincoln Cooaty Tax Payers Don't forget the per cent will soon be sdded to your taxes and Is Is the desire on my psrt that any should have to pay this extra money, theri-fo- r I want to give alt a chance to ry--)i settle up and avoid the per cent. 8o I, or one of my deputies will be at the poling places on the dates named below, to meet you and collect taxes and deliver lo you your receipt. This will be the last call before the per cont Is added, so don't fal" to meet us on the dates named below: 19th. Crab Orchard Saturday Nov STIRRING TIMES. Mreland-FrldaNw 25th. Hustonvllle. 8aturday. Nov. 26th. are having In the bulullug line. mi W. L. McCAHTY 3. L C U c carry u lull line, of llnic, plaster, to have lenient nnd everrthlug else needed At all times we will be o'd we will oj call at the otdee where Kierj thing 'purchased for building, wait en ou promptly and wllh des- l.ere will be found of the best Qualiyour home patch. Make my office while In town, you are always wel- ty and the best for Intended purposes. We will sale you troublo and uauecM come. W. L McCARTY. inry expense by sending to ui tor aji Externals nt Int. a red bull cnlt, welghln nbout pounds. Owner can get snti.o uy paving for thl notice and his keep John I'rlwtt. Wnynesburg, Ky O For Sale 100 atock ewes. tiOo Simuls supremo- under every lcs(. Feel secure, keep Gown ns in (lie home. Gownns ;il vnys conquers Croup nnd Pneumonia und your doctor assents'. .ix no on my chihl whrn It uv ilivprmtth III with I'lirunwulii lininrtlUMj nttrr thr secon njiplirnllnh tn,r ihieirl.in callnl mini (linliiig im ltwl nn ImprnvriiiMt ontrirl Hi Thfchtltl tmnrrvtl coiitlnu.ince. iH--' rWff ' PC.dTMiA ' Walker, Fo- - Sale. iioimdB JO weight rtnd C shoots, Henry 10 j IE' if ' J)UJCHESS TROUSERS . te eajy in any position. use of cloth in hips jfcndj.cat makes them com ietfttbte as well as stylish, .W5 Ithey aro cut to fit, .boirik to shape and made "iJhaKtd Tlnsley Spoonamore sold n long yenillng horse colt at Ins suie recent FOR SALE1 ly to Walter Wnrren for ?tt He Is by Thos. Traylor's horse, V N'o. t hanging Fork fiuiu of ,.C2 For snip my house nnd 20 iicrc nrie welt linproied unil wolt wnter-t'l- , good land attached The Chas. Single H Danville, I.nncnster ton place for rent for 11 miles from Ward nml Stanford on Dam I Mo nnd j Moore. Crab Oichnrd. Ky turnpike. 1 mm- from 2 (Inilnnd James sold some cntlli to churches good school, More nnd black-Miilt- Ucowo Unono at $4..")5. liv door. sliop, rural rout(. It. l. Clow, of Shelbj Cltv has foi Dwellli-of 0 rooms nnil two commo-lln- sale a number or thoroughbred Duroc porches comparative! new. 1 boars, und n f"W gills He also hus large barn two tobacco buns' other for ile a ('enrs.lil luirse, xound necessary outbuildings, nHVn gbod gentle. Suitable for unit absolutely X(j ' carriage or ilelUerv wagon For lurtho'r infonnatloi. applv to John Stexenson llought some corn Ky t3oo r Drlght. Agent. Stanford. .it $i.M lUlliered. J. II. Thompson bought 7 mules of FARM FOR SALE! W I' Crimes for ST00. I'ea-lnIt. 1" Ihtimp.'on bought win sell prtatclr n.r farm of 'tRlllon from same nt VJI'O. about '.'"0 acres, mile and half from old snddle stallion The ila llustonillle on Danville pike, neces- i'iK)k's thre jenr1ms been sold b J. De'inmrk lium-nf seien rooms all other K).. t' sary Improiements and splendid water F. Cook-J- t Co.. of Lexington, l.50t. J. O. Dunlnp or Tennessee for broil. she poselon gpon 'an Jbe colt Is bandiimie nnd well j. c. NEAL. He Is one of the last or the get or Moreland. Ky. i 11 l.an-casth ; n re-pa- li fro Nig it,!! GDC AT THE nw ritnjitord, Ky Strayed or r.inres 4 ' to Anderson, 7VS 7JJ (lownti I'trparntlon stolen two broncho enrn old. One is browi with "T" branded on shoulder trr other bn l.randed "O" on hip Howard If relumed to II. V. Mctluf V. II. Traylor's at Gilberts fey n Creek. 7 3 raphlb BUYTO-OAY- UJ4 ! (l.J.II I.CK. LKJUiigaM, Hut St, Mlrtlhen.r, '.i. HAVE IT IN THE HOME All COWAN DrUl. SI. MtDICALCO.. iW MMf Hh.4l DURHAM, Curtain. nil. S.I.. N. C. t( Mf (fillt estimate We Want J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. - ''! ?nt rrom u ilnien cnuntlrs I.'irridne declared that Stanford Is nbout the best cattle rrnrket ol c.e hiihiII cities or the State .Mr mid Mrs. James II itaughman. leave Tuesday ror Atlanta, where thp- will make their home ibis winter and 'here Mr. ltnughnun will engsgi extensively In the horse nnd mule business, paling attention to the lat ter particularly. He Mili,ie.i j ( n.n of the Iwit tucky and Tennessee .an produce car-load- s Turkeys ' Bring them in at once and we will Market H. B. Northcott T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PriCCS. PliOSE 153. ii .. nnV rJ VH11 l Trip. . hlPheStl I e 1 .'! I wfWBSon Stanford, Ky. HlgiiUmd Denmark. At the sale or Mrs A. S. tillmore SALE STILL GOES. on the Djni!lt, pike Wednesday, the Hip burning ol my home will I" farm of CO acres was taken down no way Interfere with the sale of my nt 1130 an acre, and the snle ol perF.verythlng sonalty postponed to a later date property on Dec. 2nd. Will Heiijir bought of .inn. Virner a gjes ntsolutel). See ad In another filly liy lied l.eal uack two-- ) ear-olcolumn. Ilobort Scndder d FARM FOR SALE! mile west or acres lying I Highland, a good coituge nnd barn etc, 0 tields fencd; about a5 acres in cultivation; plenty of water. Reason ror selling out not able to work on ttirm 1'rUe reasonable 60-S 3 Stanford, Ky., JAS. A. KING. U. F D. No. S. Hot 8 t!5 FURS V WHITE rJC HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool en Ctmmlnion. WnU tot pricv .W ,iTJ9 J2am lilt mentioning thli ad. AND HIDES UP, LaS. AND 9?&31m!y' V I ffii&fM&Jf9tt A FULL LINE OF s COAT SWEATERS Underwear I L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky, I PUBLIC ijason hsxad SALE I HORSE STOCK: Chester of horses and mules among them one 'fPtne waie; well broke safe for womc.ii to drlie and good saddler; I .gelding three years old, broke to ride and drive and iery gentle; two S(uinel fillies broke to saddle and harness; 1 yearling -- JteKwoM Lincoln ULisai-Squirrel flily. AM the abovuut of good mares. 1 good buggy mare, sale lor children 1 trood wagon and lann horso ij.tiruc to school; I pair three year old mules, well broke and good work-sm- ; iww weanling mule MILK COWS. t Rood milk cows, all freuh; 1 1yearling heifer; 4 calves; 00 hojs go shoatt etc.. iMaktjUng of 13 tatttnlng ho;s, br 2 buggies, 1 buckboard, I Fr"ler cart, 1 spring wagon. 1 two howe TLwajl a sets of buggy harness, I Huena Vista saddle, t lady's saddle, W..r,, - i. aniens. dIow tear. etc. LtIHnder, mower, Hooslcr com planter, disc harrow, section barrow, unun scrapers, wueai ihu iw 2 roadporn cruHher. cane barrels j 0feiaporaior, lotone gixd sorghum for ot corn, a 10 iiOu tiller, cane 80ed. SaacL ud about 70 bushels of furpt-Jrconslstjns or such things that are Household and kitchen asukUy found in a country home. rjxmperty On account of declining health I have decided to rent oi't my farm the Stanlord and lveachersvlUe turnpike, (5 miles troni Stanford miles from Freachersvlllo for the year 1911. sell off my personal K'Wrty, n,(l go to Arizona. I vlll therefore on Thursday the 17th, day Jat JtojrcrnJbi'r. H'10, on the aboie promises offer at public auction the follow. to wit: :.., ,.,B, c .... . ut, 3W TERMS 0F SALE. All sums of 110 cash In hand; au sums t)er that amount a credit of be and payable In be given, notes .months will .,..,. i. Utnnfnrit.tolliari..,aUe negotiable Inturujt fPillll llnV the . ant ,.-- .. Ol . t n., ul. .... . vw... rirwt National u xofli.cns. and rooslcr8 Vlvmouth (00 pure bred Dutr Orphinstons and silver 1afej h-- ns Kork, llhick Ijiiu-hnttt- aSo about 100 ". ale ulll r&ttdT lall- A lunch Of hot coffee and light bread ntll be serted to nil wuo ai .. ........ "OBI j. p Chandler, Auctioneer m , -- Ju, W. P. WHITE. j to so to Aruona; publlcl), my lurm or 100 acres on cut-opise 1 t 2 miles south ol Damllle and Stanford pike known as the 11 It. Kngleman place on Friday December 2nd. 1910 At 10 o'clock A. M., sharp The residence on this plnce was recently J.r40 Countess Marie .:, bay llllv, by the burned but It Is n ery laluable piece liirl cut ot Marie .rroji- Jlark 2- - II Vt or pmperty as all necessary outbuild or lugs .t good barns, good tenant was bought liom Wank Kane, novllli. III., by Ous Macey, of Lex- nnusp, etc.. escaped the flames The ington for 12,000. This ono of the Tenclng Is nearly all new. n numb- -r best sales of the year Maccr acted or neier railing springs are to be as agent for tho (ieotge II. Kastbrook, found on property. All the land ii In blue grass and clover except 40 ncrei ul Denier. The Damllle Advocate says that which Is Bown in wheat and rje. Live Stock. rhor.ias Kastlnnd, son or Charlej At the same time I will dispose or land, relsH'd 1,000 bushels or Irish on ten acres of land Quite one registered saddlo mare. 9 years n number of Central Kentucky form- old, In foal to S, T. Harris' King Kugle ers are engnglng exter.sliely In p- two good fwmll) mares subject to oult raising and tlnd it quite profita register, both to All l'eavlne, I good ble as a ru'e. The price for potatoes western mare good driver, I splendid 1 good suckwork is much better this year tr.--n use. ling mule h years old, mule, SI extra mountain ewes, Mr Kastland gut t5 cents n bushel 20, 7 meat bogs, bred to lamb tor his. t! brood sows nnd 40 shouts 1 young Slmcn Weil has been buying o lot Jersey cow, frusb, shorthorn cow, of cnttle In Lincoln and iclnlty re 1 cently. He Is getting ready for his big fresh, threo yearling hellers, steer, export trade. He bought 60 butcber 1 pair ctmilng three )ear old mnre tattle of A. T Nunnelley at $4.10, mules well broke, 1 pair 6 year old and several bunches of export stutt mare mules. 1 tamlly mare, :t e.ir old to Biddle mnre, pon) colt, 1 yearling fiom several others at from 5 7 cents. old gelding. geldlt'g. 1 two Jiuc Robinson sold lo Mr. Well, FARM IMPLEMENTS. Cj averaging 1,100 pounds at 5 Consisting of one mower, J binder, They are to be delivered on or befoie 2 harrows, 2 turning plpw, l cultiDecember 1st. vator, 2 double samel ailowa, plow J M. McAdams or Atlanta, has been ltarnes. 1 buggy. set of bu'py here this week buying mules with J. far.n wagon, 1 new 3 horso II Itaiiilmuin ror tho soutli-rmarket w he-i- t drill, fertilizer and grns seed Tl.ey went to Lebanon and secured attachment etc.. nlso lot of Plymouth s Jo there Hock rhlcktms and white Holland Thomas Metcalf of Hoy I sold to A. FEED. i. Ilayon, ,'14 aces or land rrora the rear of the farm known ns "tho Cownn Five stscls cf elovrr bay, 1 of tlsso place," recelvelng $132 Pe acre. thy, 75 barrels ot corn, J00 or 400 A. P. Cloodlng, of Lexington, was shocks ot fodder, etc. TERMS EASV. hero Monday naklng prepaiations to ROBERT F. SCUDDER, buy tobacco In Lincoln and adjoining Stanford. Kt , Ii l D. No. 2. counties. J. II. Ilaughman bought it pair or mules rrom Frank Lawrence ror ao, and n pair from ?.eslle Tucker tor fill.. He Rot two from !. D, Holt- Hdilng decided to change my lond JIC0, respectively tlaw it Jt-- 5 He got two pair of man cation. I will on rallies from Honnknr for $X75. Thursday, December 15th, 1910, J. II. Ilaughmau sold to J II. Hon- - olfer for aal to the highest bidder aker, of the Wrost Knd 6 l,u00 txiuun the following described property: feeders at 5 tents. 71 bead of cattle; 30 head of 70 SImcn Well has been buying pous-loarllnts, nnd 41 hend ot V0 number of bunches of initio In Lin- to 1,100 pound cattle; 42 head or hogs coln nnd vicinity lant week, lie paid from 1'ifl to 225 pounds, In bunches lo Calvin C Carpenter, of Huatomllle purchaier, Uood meat hogs; 1 5 cents for n nice load or export five ycir old saddle mare extra good; cattle. Mr. Well got 20 rrom Dr 1 one year old colt; pair extra good Huginltold und '15 from Dr. J, II. Ows- 10 haul mare mules; one pair 10 2 ley of rrom 4 to 4 baud male mules; two good milk cows W. W. Fields and son sold here (ono ftoshi; 700 to 800 barrels of vesterdsy to a Jessamine county trnd corn, -- old on ground; 800 bales or heifers at na : tnnulug Implements of all kinds er .1 lunch ot wagons; hay rake, mowcents. To Sam Anderson nt 2 2 ing machine; harness; Kitchen rural-tuGarrard county, n bunch or cents, n bunch or steers urd household rurnltun nt 3 1F.HMS.-A- 1I bills 10 and under to lessmnlne parties nt 3 l cents a negotlabb? mule to J. II llaughiunn for $210, und rath m hand, over 110. a, per cent a bunch of ewes to a Mercer countv mix months note bcurlng luterest from date or saw party nt $3.30 per hend. W. II. Murphy sold a pair of JOHN C. LVNN. N. I'. On jame day and date V W old mare mules to J H llaughuiuu for Durton will oiur Jor sale farm uo $H"0. Monday was ono of the best days oocnpleil by me. consisting of 270 ueres. with good house and lor rnttle nun seen lit Stanford In man moons T'her0 was almost buildii'Bs. 1 slc"k an(l tolwcco barn, ciittlo on the market, ot nlmost every well watered by a never falling spring uunlltj. and nenrly all sold Klmou well fenced and fences are lu excelWell i as on hand nnd assisted by lent condition, 200 acres of this tarni ( tarley Lutes bought over 200, prac In lr blue grass and will grow bemp, llcullv nil of the good ones that some tobacco or anything other farms in one else did not set Tho prevailing Kimtuck will grow to S 1 2 cents This farm wilt be sold on easy rices ranged (rom 3 1 P. II I'arrlsli sold two U..10.pound enttlr to J. II Daug'.iman At $4.7". (Jeorgi' Spoonamore delivered to smue II bond 1,0J. pound cattle nt sl.'JU. J. I'. Kigsby bo'isht of Kilwarils llros., 1 lieud or mixed cattle nt from i tn 4 cent? Cnltanl, sold ten Sowder to cattlp at Richmond court a t3 4 cents. I I' Thomnson sold a sow-tItcv. J 12. Itoberts nt 8 cents l'niltt Thompson sold two pair oi nules to a .Montlcrllo, Fla.. buyer tor 2 lor 11U0. winners, that shon:u letih i..m i prlrex i.n the soulfcrii mnrke Anionn them arc 2.r selected teams tin range In prlc,. from $400 to $7t(i .ni'l in i velght irom 2.000 to 3.2U0 nouiuls in the lot are the champion slion iarei mule tenm or Kentuckj nnil Tennes see lor two jeois, thi champion sln-- l sle mnre mule, the champion team or. horse mules or the Btntes audi many other cl equal blsli class which I hale not been exhibited Mr Hough Man will haie his heauiunrters m the Mlll.r I'nlon Stock Vnrds In Atlanta l its migiity cold driving now our line line ot lap' robes, storm' liontv, rarringr henterb nrd toal J ' C JlcClary h "Kin nuiiie iiiEin'iasij siiow YCUR LIFE MAY DEPEND lipiil' i'n iirif-- kltellCtll ot a strap n Itun-hwh- k tur c Imni derectlv,. tiij, :o I sej Depot Stroet, Phone 06. KENTUCKY. 8TANF0UD. a. Now CARTER. O. Llvorv- Dinit exineie MHirself to HIIS' Imp. b, piitilng something lllmsy oa 4 iruK nulm.il. (nir iwrness Is final to ail "niergehdes J. C. McCLARY, Stan'ord, Ky. lies. Fall and Winter Suitings My new tall and winter samples aro now ready for your Inspection They comprise the ieii on tbe maxkeL ran suit any one as to price who has nls domes made to order 'A suit mailu to your measure Is preferably To bale to rrady made clothes Uieni made to measure doesn't cost any mora than ready mad wae quality nnd m U aastaarM. Cos rour In and Ut m 1L C. Kapi7. w PraxUeal Tsilor.J PUBLIC SALEi llelng i win ouer lor sale compelled mICE Not getting a satisfactory price for my property, I will continue business at the old stand. G. B. tx asaarI J. C. McClary, PRUIf T, Ln Ag-nta rs Moreland, Ky. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Everything for Orchard and Garden. Write for Free Catalogue .No. H. F. HILLENMEYER SONS. Lexington, Kentucky, t (Undertaker Office 'I'aime) 167 and lEmbamer Home 1'bone 35. 2 ytr 1 e bnr-nes- tur-icey- ruc .wMCING THANrVKUIVINQ INSURE PUBLIC SALE! kbould I'o it celebration or work wftl done nnd mnny pople pleased. That Is how we Intend to celebrate. Hut we shall not be completely fcappj until we know thit your plumbing U all right DiU have us take a look nt It nnd lr anything Is needed let us do the work ho It will be otf jour mind and ours. Then wt. cin both be truly thnnKful. YOUR FAMILY WANT. AOAINST W. K. WARNER, Phone 16. POSTED A great blare oltcn heads tho news announcement of a fire. What's happening dally, may happen to )wi. A total loss Is n possibility to be dread ed and avoided. You can be secured vhen protected by a policy Issued by W. S, Fish's companvs, which never fulls to adjust losses sparely and promptly We lead all In tbe number of risks carried Stanford, Ky. STANFORD, W. S. FISH KY. PHONE 200 d 4 4 d 2 twn-Uors- e e 3-- 4 'l-- D5-1- I YOUCANBUY The huutinc season Is upon us and f nearly everyone wuau to post his place. The charge Is cents cash Your coal cheaper with name.) T, Itlee right now than any Denhaai Hughes. J. HoffmaD J. F. Lawreuce J. H. Acton time in the year. iiaugbman. J J. S. Harris Haughmsn S. It. Daughman, J. Let Us fill your Will Cordler Frank Cordler LyUe. Christ Jacob. bins with our FOX Carpenter. James Smith. Dr. J Daughertj Mrs. Mnttle White. (Joorh RIDGE COAL at 13 John II. I. Anderson Anderson r Tmylor. J. H. Thompson cts per bushel. J. Poller J. It Uutle land ( I IISI IWII1 25 K. H. V. A. M. M. W. 11. M. U. O. W. It. M. A. O D. M. A. l,-0- 3 according vt uuaiuy i. UMide Mr. Well, buytrs were minimw. - tnrms. pres- - write For partlcula Durton, Bommet, (3oT. XlTChanillerrAWi.-'- Y W (Ins ticlszl John M Carter. Fred Vondruenigan. J. J. Elliott locob dander, A Klelbasa. Misses Hallfe and lli'tttc Caiter 1' J. H barter. Cortcr B. U llatrield U S Unrner Fred iliughman II C Daughman, V Woods, it. Curtis. Mi'i M.ittle H. Hew os. Harris i. New t Clean Coal; No Slack Phone 11. J. H. Baugliman& Co. -