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Ie 1A 1 J II I I 4 Tmr INTifflOR J V OTJ1NALICIvvt1o Jel i n u IoOll XXXVIL STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18 1910 N 1i ili BAPTISED HIS WIFE THREE TIMES SO MENEFEE ELMOKE WAS SENT TO ASYLUM N W FROM OURT s nil criminal term of circuit court vua very busy thin week hut ended oil Wednesday and tile civil BCHBIOD Lcgun Arrangement urelKMng made by tie attorneys to hold u memorial ncrvico for the Into JudRc M C Sauf r yea hbsonihe late i ii SI II Waunej some nffcriiooV hcftift luC 1 M vt Un tofu Wntfl Bliss of Ibc ntenhejm sea Vou who cut Jim Kogors 1IYlllrlllr there on the 4lhjjg fi lilly was rim JJOO b n Jury URvaH grought out that Dllsii won moro 01 Intoxi rated having htIJ11nklns tommur4 able beer during lUo r thltllIM nofeo Elmore nnd wife of the Prosehorsvitlo section worn horn t the Lexington asylum aelng ndjudod unsound ot on religion li was brought outIn tholr rink that Air rlmon hnd tmptliod his wife several tune and disturbed roltglouit nervirtm ly hm shouting etc IL n Carter ilaf of Pollee of Si antot d was llneid80 and costs fur I Mriktug County Atloriicy V 8 Huruli In a difficulty In the laltorjs in Atl lllltThe PltercatiOnbglweeIihn men lane up over tio poeltl iu of the Torn Hock nnd IIllbllJJti jr which Carter nld it raw seal uria pc ji tslven these ilcfcndunu charged with shooting ITiOI Is said t have resented lion lion his olflrUi Integrity with the term liAr and the bow followed Th0 caw UtradUd mUG inloreal and was hard fought by coin ttiJl for the commonwealth und UtI defendant No hard feeling Is said to obtain between the two men an a rwnlt of the alfalr however In the case of John Unugb agalm1 hU father Doc lUuRh both of tho Went End the jury disagreed It said MtMndlng lx to MX The cult was for the possession of nine horses which each claimed as his property I Fred and Mittlo CarsonA Jury lave tf the West End J400 damages each I J llnill ton Cincinnati Southern roll They were put off a toad company I train at Science hilt some six tiers ro beeauto of the failure of a tick q ftl agent to glee them a correct ticket KiigsMoiataii the following la the report of the I Kings Mountain Graded School fromI tilth tcrodu up T1e pupils that hot been absent during the month ate IearllJhKaUill hoochtuggla Smith Ulrtlo Tillable nnd flora Alford I IlbjentThose thai have nut been absent Ourtng tho term are Russell Thomp j sen issse Flint that Thompson Lela Smith and Otlle Walls nbIv Thor that have been neither sent or tardy ilurln Kthe term ure1 Laura Jobusonr Hulcee Acton and Winer Murpby The Literary Society that wan 01 cnnlxed some lour weeks ago by the whtwl II proKiosalnfi nicely alias Esther Murphy xNCltio untJ lauriv Johnson made n vlxlt to Way until kiuntIQylMr Duuoway the depot I moving Into his newly made houseI towniburMr Cyrus Jiilmaon tue tnt spleul- did llltol Howard la along Tvlth tln school at lIIthiandI1 4- GI r v1 Tw1fY ll I y 1 t MISS NOhTH T RN8 OER BIG FLOCK TO BUYER GOOCH T 11 Gooch the buyeil brought In a drove of GOO to tjortlucutt here this week lie secured most off them In the Wet End nnd in Cnsey and paid around 14 cents a pound fur w then Mr Gooch got a largo number from Miss Annlo North daughter of Hon and Mrs M F North her check l for the flock uuiouhMng to 115428 These turkeys wore dressed hobo and shipped by express to the east aril markets I Preic iersvilie It 1 ilcAllBUT sold Howe hors ion U follz law at JToVnnd a cowjfor 8S H1 Piltus pilrchnsed ruin of ryrp u 0 1 Andoriion n- t2f The jiijojtng ji t1m Baptist church ond T Tbu4rubo- cuiiuLj a JmbtJnrK CrQaii tit tlI IOni TuoednyovenI- ngg d was lIeacn which xvhlchjiwils well handled and a mont lucid deHtrlptlon Last Saturday ov inlng fitter preaching had bugun on accguuv Qf tbt frequouttipa6elllg out of the anrall boy Incoming of the late tirrlvnla and others man of Uocl In order to keel tlij dgorl shut cnlercd lliem locked This hOlt cotta i U contldurablv comment and Is u most unluUfd of thin in this place Mist liicllu llallard who hOI ben 111 la ablo Ui lie out again Jnnics 21iuur0 find sea John of Jclllcu Tvnn hate vUlied Kvau Foley and wire A little amiKhtor of A U Stephens Isl Hirli tlev Thornton anil sons tUIUu U l Kennedy and wife Jaintm CitriU and family visited II T lunsfnrd Mr nnd Sirs IJ J ltlgni sad prettj niece 1I811 tattle lllgHliy- of teiMr Crwk visiting Mr and Mn IInlllIIIIt K N school At Hlchmond art Ufltliip their grnndniulhor Mrs H- boeOR Ietlun Mr and Ira Junm OtHKiK of Oosliflu wire tailing Mr and Mrs Goo U 8 oonamoro Slls 7tiln Naylur visited lra John II Anderson Mrs Nnney AlorpHii has gone to tautest county nnd will sunk her home will her brothor J W Itlnnk lito it of Tap fiilinnna u gio t luClRb MIMKM HnllarO Mr and Jim F F Cum- mins erf Crab OrcllllnlfPd Mj Mdse Jlutin were Mrs J M Cross Miss Nell Nov loud of tednr Creek U buck aflor a visit to hti falnur on Cedar Creek Mlsa Matte btoti came with her Mn- IeI Clinton Parks Is at home after a long stay In tho childrens bos Ilint at jjuUvllle where ho WUH take en to have a Rub straightened We are glad to say It was n suecosNlut operation Rev K U Thornton sold two tat rows sad a calf to J M Crest for so- j The grist until of Jr Fado Park Is not running as important piece ol Ilhll machinery Is broken W I McCarty and deputy stud Kmbry were here Tuesday night to arrest ilcncfee Elmore on a lunacy charge Mr El more very wlllllngly accompanied the olflcerfl His wifo lies also been mentally unbalanced for a week and Is to vo taken to Lev Ington It once Doth it these unfor tunate persons rave bren Clot ate dent of tho lltble and religious mat tars are thoughl to b0 the cauao or their Jroublw Mr Hlmoia bud btHl- I strict me uibrr of the Methodist church for several years but about a week ago wanted to be baptized winch was administered by her husband In a nearby pond nftor sunset Wo have known both of them nil their lives land two bettor sweeter tempered moro obliging neighbors we nnvo nl1- VIr known We deeply sympathize with them and hope for a speedy ro covert A HOUSEHOLD MEDICINE To be really valuable must show equally good results from each meet her ot the family using It Foley It- I Honey and Tar does just this Whether for children or grown per- suns Foleys Honey And Tar Is beat and safest for a II coughs and colds ahugars nnd Turtnor iiOttenheim Mr John WenUel has completed his farm house across tho street A certain physician hadson were out In thin Kcctlon quail hunting The many sb oU that were fired scared one Ijlrd so much that it took shelter near I farm house where It was caught iy IIQ boys und sold to the hunters For cents Good nliot Mrs Ida Kearns has returned from her two we ks ylslt to London Mr Ihontzgl says hu never reluscs to help tpoorso hlwIUlnly aid Jils lno tie other day Call again Mr F SchnlUtler has purphased the Bhlnglo mlty of Jlr Charles Trub llyomel cured iny catarrh In ti few weeksJI Burke North POP fret Vt It will euro any case of cnj tarrh coughs colds or sore throat nr money back Ask O L Penh Com fete D tnt U extra bottle 50 cents ADAM PENCE CATCHES LOAD OF SHOT IN LEG FIRST CASUALTY OF HUNTNIG SEASON REPORTED HERE BCAJRCEThe from Iuntlng In tts secllii Tuesday to Adam Pence vhlluI hunting rabbits Se un teen bird shot lodged In his thigh sovernl penrtntt log the knee and c used considerable t l nln though not feurflolent to oauso t the young man to dealst from tho sport until the ddy wos over Adam had gouo on ahead of his brother Toni and Alfred and yns thought by them to bo over n hilt Instead he was about 25 ydrds distant and con haled by a fence A rabbit jumper ul and not scouts bis rather Alfred blazed lose at Him but Adam caught most of the sho In place of tile quar Mr Pence aa wtmrlnn two pairs overall h e11 Ills underwear 10f hlcb to tiO liltostcnt prntocleil hlt- j limblion W If U tlu loser or M ytfry She m lo valid nt abort S 550 MI tin tea ill Jf carelessness oC hunter who w re on his place this week A sate 1 as loft open rind tho nnlmal got out ol Its flfli It wan dered to thu rt lead track and waa killed by a In In A valuable calf also got out ai d was killed In the wimp wily Nlmrods rcpoft that birds art von scarce In this section though thou appeared to enough rabbits to make u1 for blm The Pence broth eri gut u of about 3S rabbiu And 11 birds nq their first day out Tom Ncwlam got 14 rabbttv and 4 birds Alfred armor got 8 rubbltif nnd otlnir hunt rs have bud about titI same luck Milledgeville ilr K ltMc raw and Wife of let1 tyvlllt were vllting 3lr rfe Mot ran and faulty 8unday Uio Palmcttif preAPhed a tine ser mon at the M B church lie U well beloved by everyone There has been a great deal of stir In Milledgeville on account of court Nearly everyone has gono to Stanford On Wednesday before Thanksgiving there will be a mu lciU ftttjhe Chris tlan church at Mor and and at night a upper Everybody come Mr Late Morgan little min U do lag u good bustucs and will have bis corn crusher at work next week Mr J D Myers our wholesale broom man wade a trip to Stanford one day this week In the Interest ot till brain sale and to attend court Mre Harriett Armstrong of this town IH vlulllng her datightef Mrs Phillips near Danvlllo this week Kurnicrtf are very busy In this part of tile country gathering corn and preparing for winter as they cannot wotk lu tobacco IIIA Bale of Mr William Swecrln pans WOK a failure lie retuscd to sell on account of low prices Thomas Iurdon Jesse Koutt and Amull Dlshon took advantage ot the rnublt law today They killed UO rabJ blU and think It pretty good for the font day Mrs A R Male Is sick this week Wo hope she will soon be better The mother day at school way 1ery nlco Wu had present a num her of mothers brothers and sisters DEATH OF MISS PRUI1T Miss Rebecca Prultt tho 16 year old daughter of Dr W S Prultt died at their home near Br antsvllle this county on November llth after a weeks lllncRa of pneumonia t ho vas Juried after appropriate services at the church conducted by Uev K D Noakea HEXAMETHYLENETETflAMINE la the name of a German chemical one ot the many valuable Ingredl entq of Foleya Kidney Remedy Hex nmetbylenetetranilno Is recognl M by modlcnl text books and aiithori tics ns a uric acid solvent and anti septic for the urine Take Fol sys ICIilmvv Remedy promptly nt the first sign of kidney trouble and avoid a ecrious malady FOR SAlEI Two story house 7 room 1 hall d porches nil necessary outbuildings including good barn two good wells of water young orchard 7 acres ot land nil In fine shape 1 tenant house Fine place for a physician In a good town and splendid community price 2GQ9 Apply to L R Hughes or FOX HUNTERS MEET AT CRAB ORCHARD i NATIONAL ASSOCIATION HOLD I INC 17TH ANNUAL SESSION IN IDEAL SPOT The National Fox hunters Associ ation lu pi session at Crab Orchard this veok beginning Friday and tel several days and nights the hills of old Lincoln will echo with the deep baying of the hounds and the bugle blurt so dear to the heart of every true Kontucklan A number of notable personages who delight In the chase are on hard r for the events and some of the best bred dugs in the country will partici rate In the running of lluynard This In tIe 17lh annual meeting of the As noclatlon I CAL Jack Chinn of Harrodsbtirpf i who Is perhaps the best known fox hunter In the world passed through Stnhford on route to Ilarrodsburg 1 uKh four horses and eleven bounds I The gathering will be quite n swell social affair ns well dl r- orore std Mrs Owen Tyler will chap a party from LoulsvlllcGen Ilognr D Williams and Mrs WJlltams MUso Marlon and Katuietn Mulli nil aid Miss Fannlc teed will bo nmong those from Lexington Mr nnd Mrs Jack Greenleaf will bring a party of young peoples from Ulcl niond Mr and Mrs Samuel Wood ltdgc will head a group of young men mid women from Versailles nVnd par tlCI from Boston New York Wash Ingiou Philadelphia and other East ern clUes will also be In attendance More Wedding Bells TWO YOUNGUPLEMADE HAP PY BY DR DICKEY Mists Ora U Poore of Ileum VIsta Gar raid county and Mi William Droaddus of this county were mar tied at the residence of Mr Ed Hal lard one town on Wednes day mill oclock Hev J J Dickey ed the ceremony The bride toa sister of Mrs Mallard and is one of Garrards most attract lye girls Mr Broaddus is one ol Lincolns best young mend nolf host of friends end t wish tor them greaLhappfess Tney wilt make their home on Mr rUoaddua farm on the Danville pike bliss Eddie Florence Terry of Yosemllei Casey county and Mr Jesse Martin of Turnersvllle were qnlellr married at the residence of iA Manning on Whitley avenue tale city Wednesday ROT Dickey oRiclat tag The happy pair will begin housekeeping at onto near Turnersvllle and have warmest congratulations from n wide circle of friends Turnersville Several from tnis place attended the bux supper at Masons Gap last week Mr John Carter Is p innjag to build a new house The hunters are busy in tills corn munity There will be a box supper at tht at the school house in a few weeks Further arrangements will come out later Hurrah for Helm he Is ours We have a good joke on ono of oar farmers who dug his sweet po Uriutp and slid them ai on a bencb where he had salted meat and he aayu that they fire so salty that ho rnunot cat them This is the first time wo ever heard of anyone pro serving their potatoes in sa1L Mr John fleck is preparing a house which his son will occupy He If building u kitchen and porch to It Mr Thomas GoocU passed through here Tuesday with a drove of turkeys sound for Stanford Mr James Denny Is visiting bis uomefolkK In Casey Mr S P Shoop of Waynesburg visited friends here last week Master John Vnlker Hubble attend ed the birthday party given by Mike McCarty of Stanford Saturday Mrs Mary Gadberry Fiddle Russell nnd Mr nnd Mrs Jim Gadberry of Ulllsburg visited Miss Matlle Me Whorler this week Miss Ilesslo and Curdle Hubble via Itcd friends at Mlddloburg last ween Misses Eva Moser and Isabelle uey noldn visited here Sunday On Sunday afternoon Nov 2011 nt 2 30 the Christian Endeavor Society vlll meet at the Christian church Miss Mattl MqWhorter will conduct- I Hostonville Col Geo D Weathcrford returned home Monday from Danville with u severe case of rheumatism that will confine him to his bed for some time AIrs Mollie McCormack Is visiting her parents and other Irfendfi in Derby Kansas The buildings to thH lot known ax the ark on the N E corner of Col luge and Main streets has been sold by the owner Mr IJ S Carpenter to Howard CamnlU and 1 J Allen for The Hiistouvlllj hunting nnd fish Ing club left Tuesday tor nten days utlug In the Green river valley J li Wealhorford Judge J P Goodo W U Speed Boyd Weatherford A J Adams Dr 08 Williams Clevc Dunn Harry had Howard tiamnlu Tbo following Invited guests accom ranted them CapU C P Fletcher bt Plttsuurg Pa Hon T Adams Ken ton countys representative In lit- tefMabtre anti Messrs itowan Cody ffc rer r Cincinnati If the iwoathwls favorable they will stud about ten days The wnter Is Indeed very sorry to learu through tho dally papers of the unexpected death of Senator Clay of Georgia Through a friend of mine that I was visiting recently In Georgia and who lives In Marlettu Ga Sen ator Clay learned oj my wanting to visit tile old battlefields near Ken newtw Mountain lie sent his chauf four with his auto Immediately for my trip which 1 greatly enjoyed Misses Janie Fox and Elizabeth Ver million of Boyle ore charming guests of Mr and Mrs Roland Bishop this weekProsperity today reigns over the cotton districts of the touch In a do glee unknown In Kentucky Their large cotton crops are bringing 14 to 14 12 cents per pound nnd the seed bulls and cotton seed oil Every town In the cotton bolt ia crowded datley with wagons loaded with cotton watt tog to be ginned balled and weighed to name one of the numerous tKiyers The furnaces in UI Christian church have been r pd rca and there will be servlccjixnext Sunday morn leg andjilgnt Some special music will lxfrendered tJnlldrens day exercises lor Ameri can Missions Sunday evening Nov 20th at the Christian church at seven oclock everybody Invited to be present R L Hem SupL Miss Lois Willis is visiting Miss Elizabeth Mitchell In Mayslick Messrs RiOrtitndrtppa have com pleted the repairs on the furnace in the Chtistjan church putting in new pipes complete The services will be in the church next Sunday Nov Oth Hev W S Willis wilt preach tree eect ond sermon of his series of sermons on The Church for Today at 11 AMj At 7 oclock P M Bible school exor cises for American Missions consist Ing of songs responsive reading reel tations etc will be given by the school Cqrac and cnjoywthachlldreu and encourage and bejp thorn In their laudable undertaking I Middlebnig The election Is over and we are plod at it For the most part the re bwf1hadlion Elza Bertram had wiped up the earth with Caleb Powers but what ht did for him was no lUll and Mr Bertram tas more to be proud of thau Caleb In selecting the juries for the prea Nit term of the circuit court this sec tlon was given tt wide berth Thft Present panels were made up from other tocUons altogether Frank Cain one of the youths whoes coped fromjlhe officers lucre u whllo lack after being lined for disturbing meeting carne down last week and surrendered to the offlccB and went to jail to pay the fine He U but lu years of ago and it seemed a pity to hate to send one so young to jail John Hamilton who was lined for the same offense grid wOo also escaped in said tQ be sojourning In the state of Ohio Rev James Balintyne baptized Meioses Myrtle Tapscott Resale Fred prick and Lillian Delk lu the river here Sunday after tho morning ser vices we Bryant and W Eo McWhorter who attendced the Sunday school Union at Valley Ouk report a fine meeting Mr McWhorter says Hilly Hryant Is quite a companionable fel low und a fine ono to bo with lu the vlc1nllof Valley Oak He ap eared to be at home wherever be WHY LINCOLN HASI q NO gEITER ROADS BY ONE WHO TRAVELS ENOUGH OVER THEM TO KNOW THEREOF HE SPEAKS I y Contributed I + Ililpl nflding is nn art based upon Science und requirti skilled and com puttnt Birp rvltiIoTi The term of of COWIICoterltofficer rather than duration of an elective term If n man 8houidprove incompetent be should be required t6stef down and out and let tome Olher wan tare bs place lit Itmay be stated In brief Ihatthfailure of most roads is due to the following causes First the use of unsuitable material Second dumping the gravel on the road and spreading It and allowing ifThird I foundation or subgrade so that it Is = insecure poorly dralnou or rouge 1 Fourth the Improper construction 4 of dtches and culverts Fifth falling to repair the roads by r filling holes and ruts with suitable to materialIn drainage for n gravel road side ditches should be made ample to receive and carry off all sur taco water Little water sheds should p Le made all along tbo road to lend Ute water to these ditches The gravel that than been dumped along the pJktO T e spread aome time this month is full of boulders from the size of yourfist to as large He your head All this ituff will be received by tho county and spread upon tile Pike fpr the traveling pub lie to break unf needtoon llieiufo hold them In place till nearly ditchesIor anymRnwould hate saved the county over a thllroldball orditchingsmall as it Is would keep cur road la a rainy good condition- it la Impossible Ion one man to plkegMym section say 25 miles to each man men that live on these roads would have some pride Iii keeping them no The people of this county pay uxeto keep up their roads and they should demand a better syflUm Thee culvert spokes of by she Uua tonvllle correspondent has ben cared In over a month There U also oao OB Knob Lick pike that needs repair hag JUDGE DAWSON Brodhead Toe firm of W S Haggard i Co I t Is no mote Henry Anderson bought out the stock of goods and opened the doors Thursday We wish Henry all the success possible in his new undertaking The revival at Freedom church Is still going on and up to Tuesday night bad 4p additions to the church 22 were baptized Tuesday Tire meet in will likely continue through toe week Le Antier Hout of Jamestown lad Is visiting relatives In the HIatt vt unity thin week Horace Renton of Etownb Tenn is with Ihehotaefolk this teok Brack Durham Is tele graphing al ML Vernon for a few days Koncoo Pike Is nt home from Corbin for the week A ROCKCASTLE CASE 1 4 The case or the commonwealth against Harvey Smith from Rockets tie was affirmed by the Court of Ap peals The court holds that when an Indictment Is once dismissed It can not ho redq keted but In this easetwhere the defnldnnt was neVer In custody or jeopardy another Indict went for the same offense may bo returned by another grand JurytFOOT BALL SATURDAY The Stanford High School loot ball team will meet the Central University Freshman team on the gridiron here Saturday afternoon at 230 Tho Stanford Stalwarts have not been scored against this season and too U U uieu have a strung tenor also It tan thus bo seen that a red hot gameL IZ THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNALFIUUDDAY NOVEMBER 18 1910 1111 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872 aHELTON 8AUFLEY eo Publisher VWIY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS rJudpaTheauthoriied I to BBHcuace Charles A Hardiri as a candidate for Circuit Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial district at the Kctloa to be heM November 1911 object to the acftoa el the Demo Colliers the National Weekly is evidently a Xery warm friend of tho New Nationalism of Col Theodore Koosevtlt and utterly blinded to every evidence of progrcsslrenoss on the part of the democracy ofUVo nation Its current issue shows that It is very very cord rcr result of election generally CoUItra almost had some of UK trosrossive Demo crate hoodwinked Ifito feeUevlnR that It really stood for something higher and better in the national life thau larUuui adherence to party lines Republican party line in iu casc by the splendid fight it made before the election for the success of pro gressive principles Since the decis ion of the voters however and Its idol Theodore I dethroned it can see nothing of good in the sections where the real party of progression De mocracy has triumphed and yells that the corporations and money in Wrests were behind the democratic candidatesThe of Colliers reminds us very much of our good friend Sam J Roberts editor of the Lexingtoi Leader aid erstwhile Collector In the Seventh Interval Revenue district Mr Roberta fight for purity 01 civic affairs In Lexington his willingness to join with Democrats to oust poUtfcal cutthroats as he called 4 wrTrora control of elections and swapping of the government of Fay ette and Lexington among them led t many of us to consider that perhaps otter all his hide was not sot bound to the cabin but that lie could put the good of state and na Uon before the party device But our Illusions were sadly dissipated when in the last congressional campaign be wantonly attacked ono of the purest and best men who ever honestly ought the suffrages of the people and did his mudsllngging in tfcw Interest ot a man thrice convinced of complicity in assassination and never yet ac quitted by a jury of his peers We confess than we were grlcviously dis appointed when Editor Roberts argu ed that Elza Bertram ought to be de tented for congress In the 11th dis trlct because his father had played some part in the legislature proceed hugs at tile time of the Goebel trouble Nothing else could bo found against him no other flaw In his record or spot on hie escutcheon save that ho happened to be the son of his father and his lather had legally contested for a scat In the legislature agaliiBt a republican Consistency teems not to bo a Wool In the dia deNs with which most of these po litical purists are crowning themselves these days The Interior Journal has the best family of correspondents in the state but it wants a few more of them If you do not see a news letter from your community in the paper why not write one Communicate with the office and stationary and stamps will be furnished We believe that the people of the various communities in which the I J circulates had rather read of happenings in their Immediate neighborhood than what goes on a hundred or a thousand tulles away and for that reason want to give the uews from every communityde sire a correspondent from every point The I J Is putting on ntW subscrib ers almost every day of Its life and its large and growing circulation Is being more and more appreciated by the advertisers So much so that plans are being made for the early Installa lon of a larger press which will per nit a larger paper every issue Help the rood work along Just because flea Johnson made a fine race In the 4th dMtrict In the recent election Is no sign he la strong over the State The rank and file ot the democrats dont want lien Johnson for their nominee for governor and they are not going to have him The people who arc strongest for Johnson tor the democratic nomina lion are the republican officeholders atFrankfortThey confident they can beat him If he were nominated but not a one suggests a thing about McCreary Col J M Richardson ol the Glas gow Times is for Bryan the presi dential nomination In 1312 We are a great believer In Bryan but the crats must not throw all the fa theyve won into the fire Bryan cant win lets name someone who ran Harmon and Wilson sounds good to us It CuredMy Back For twentynine years I hweIbeen at iptervals a great from rheumatism During that time no telling how many gal lons of the various kinds of lini ments and oils I have usedand with but little relief Recently I was confined to my bed help less I inea bjoaus imminent and used it with such satisfactory results that I sent for two large bottles and I have up to this time used about half a 50 cent bottle with splendid UcceSSJAMES HYDE Beebe White County Ark Got Ease in Less Than Ten Minutes MR JAMES E ALEXANDER of North Harpswell Me writesI am a horseshoer and subject to many strains in my back and hips which has brought on rheumatism in the sciatic nerve I had it so bad one night when sitting in my chair that I had to jump on my feet to get relief I at once SLOANS LINIMENTto the affected part and in less than ten minutes it was perfectly easy k I think it is the best of all Liniments e anyrrubbing Its a powerful penetrant Try it for Rheumatism Sciatica Sprains Chest Pains and Sore Throat It gives almost instant relief Price 25c COc and 100 at All Dealers Send for Sloan Pros hook on Ilurnca Aildrr DR EARL S SLOAN BOSTON MASS i r Missouri Florida and Oregon alt voted against statewide prohibition on Nov 8 We dont know about Missouri and Oregou but it the man who led the fight in 1lorida for thu drys le- the same Collins who was one of the loaders of the AntiSaloon League In Kentucky in tlio state campaign of VU7 and by sending but telegrams ou the day before the election betrayed the democratic party over to the re publicans we are not surprised at the robult in the southern state and we have reason to believe that it is the same man- California will send on democrat to congress Instead of a solid tepub llcan delegation of eight as was ut first supposed The official count of the first district shows that Judge G F Baker democrat has a plurality of 124 votes over W K Englebrlght republican incumbent The latters majority two years ago was over six thousand Every little bit added to what youve got makes Just a little bit more The steamer San Oiorgla arrived In New York from Naples Italy witr several suspected cases of cholera Inboard Two deaths from the dread dis ease occurred on the voyage The ihlp and passengers are being held for ex amlnatloB An Observer On Road Conditions In Lincoln Every tax payer should study the deplorable condition our turnpikes and roads are In It Is commendable to fill up mud holes but more praise worthy beneficial and economical to prevent mud holes and washouts The county officials whose domain con slats especially in looking after the pikes and roads should have a nobler ambition industry more common tense and zeal in the future than la the past A good lock and hinges are the life of the door a good Ure and felloe Is the life of a wheel and wid0 deep ditches sufficient to hold and carry off all surface surplus water water are life or the pikes or roads The bottom of the ditches should bo lower than the base of the pikes and roads sufficient to hold and remove all water the rainiest seasons pre vent mud holes and waKoiiU GO to SO per cunt of the tnjuw r vand tear of the public highways are duo to the washouts nnd low places And earthtlow in the middle and high ou the sides and no ditches on tbe sides parellel with the roads and no short ditches trarjsvdse to the long ones to lead the water from the centre of the road bed to the long parallel ditches The road beds should be high in the middle and low on the sides to drain properly viz Cover from side to side tho highest plane being the cert ter of the road bed 15000 or more Is spent annually on the turnpikes and 8000 Is spent on the dirt roads and yet no good turnpikes and no good dirt roads why spend so much in filling up mud holes and washouts why not spend a good part of this large amount of money in wise and econo mical ditching drainage deeper wld ea and larger ditches wider and deeper culverts wider and higher bridges and not have tho pikes and roads overflowed softened disintegrated mud holes and washouts made and hundreds and thousands of dollars worth of metal or macadam washed away every year There Is almost enough gravel and beaten rr cus on the high edges of the pikes and in the filled ditches to raise the middle of the road to the proper convex height and turn the water in the ditches if properly replaced On the bills there no ovoid water sheds or dams with the apex up hill the bare down the hill to turn the war nto the proper channels the ditches The plow scraper has a function in removing the high edges or sides and bringing the metal to the center ot the road bed The largo turning plow with a good team and plowman run ning tour to six deep furrows on each side of the pike or road then the loose dirt removed with teams and pond Hcrapers Again where tho pick and shovel can only bo used and the dirt carted or hauled away as fertilizer to poor firm lands Again there are lodges of rock that must bo blasted away to give proper width and depth to the ditches for proper dralnago and the rock blasted should be beaten and placed in the center of the road bed Before there were tree I turnpikes Dr Fowler had an ideal pike in the Shelby City and Stanford pikeUr John K Cash had a model I pike In the Stanford and Hustonrtlle I pike and Mr Jack Boalcy lad ID the WORK WEAKENS THE KidNEYS Dbins Kidney Pills Have Done Great Service for People Who work In Stanford Most Stanford Peoplo work everyday In some stained unnatural post Uon bending constantly over a desk riding on Jolting wagons or cars doing laborious ohuse ork lifting teaching or pulling and trying the lack in a hundredothcr ways AH those strains tend to wear wcaxcn and injure the kidneys until they full behind in their work of filtering the poisons from tho blood loans Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys put now strength in bad backs Stanford cures prove It- John II Wren B Main Street Stan ford Ky says 1 know from experi once that Doans Kidney IIPs ore ad that Is claimed for thorn Off and on for several years I had severe attacks of lame back Often I did work that required stooping anal at such times thebackache became much worse There was a too frequent desire to void tho kblnoys secretions both relieved me and have never failed today and night Deans Kidney rills benefit me since then when I have taken them For salh by all dealers Price bile FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name UonnV and take no other Mr Otto Paul Milwaukee WIll says Foley Honey and Tar Is still more than the bet lie writes us All those that bought It think it Is still more than the best Our baby ha a bad cold and it cured him In one day Please accept thanks Crab Orchard and Dativlllo pike Ideal conditions of engineering and workmanship It seems now that tree roads means gralt The expenditure of large sums of money little or no work taxes raised to tho highest point property raised higher and higher by the supervisors Is top fault with tbe property owners and tax pay ersT Hate we elected the wrong men to fill the county offices and sent tho wrong men to the legislature and Senate Have w0 not tailed to elect the most intelligent wisest and best bUll ness men to the office of magistrate This the most Important office in the county Have not the county attor neys In the past been the younglings of the legal profession without pro er age legal lore and experience and wisdom in tho construction and reconstruction of pikes and roads Havo all tho county Judges been models of legal Intelligence business success aud sagacity Have they un derstood tho obtuso problems of county finances and Judicious public economy and expenditure Do they know that injudicious economy and spending the public money the wrong way to the neglect of spending It for better purposes loads to reckless and extravagance tho greatest financial evil to tho greatest member tin tax payersThe culverts and bridges on the public roads opposite farmers front gates and entrances and exits too often stop ther How of water In tho parallel Side ditches and cause the water to overflow the roads wash off metal end make mudholes Is It not trespassing on the public highways by tho property owners No one supervisor can see to 175 miles of turnpike iu Lincoln county however efficient nod business like and give tame the proper business remedial and financial attention vby not let the macadamizes reconstruction and ditching of every five or ten mites of plke to 0110 wan with a good bond for the fuilbful performance or duty and skillful work 1 havo ridden tile pikes of Lincoln both night and day for years and in the rainy season or melting of largo snows It bus been the exception to find any ditch deep wide and long enough to bold the rater and keep It from the middle ot tho pike Three streams of water occupy tho pikes one I ntho middle whore the single horse travels and one on either side of this where the wheels go sheets or branches of water In the middl0 of tho pike wash lug off the metal The pikes of Boyle and Garrard counties are models of drainage con vexetyIn the centre smoothness and durability Lincoln county can do as well or better We need more Irapir ments for working the pikes wo should have a roller engine ant an engine for plowing digging up tho soil and old road beds where the pubic thorughfares need reconstruction and to keep in the best possible con dition with the necessary repair and obese The railroad companies have their roads Worked fn sections of five miles with sufficient crows and fore men over each crew Why not adopt this plan in working the roads and pikes Tax payers think over these tbtngsignedIOUa UYilR WalkOver Shoes IU And Endurance WalkOver Shoe 350 I In Calf and Vici 4 450 and 5 in all kinds of Patent Calf and Tan in both Blucher and Button styles For dressy du rable comfortable foot wear try the Walk Over Sold by J McRoberts mm table WITH LINCOLN COUNTY COU PLES AS PRINCIPALS Wednesday evening Nov 16 a double wedding took place at the Presbyterian parsonage In Danville Dr E M Green olDclatlng The con tracting parties were Mr Virgil M Campbell and Miss Lute May Davit Mr James B Beck and Miss Ktlza beth Campbell all of Lincoln county They were accompanied by K K Davis of Stanford and Miss Unu U Orerstrcct of Parks illo This wedding will not be a sur prise to tho ninny friends of theeo popular young people as it is only the culmination of a long and happy courtshipMr Mrs Campbell will be at limo to thclr frlunds at Mr Camp bells home near Hustonvlllo and Mr and Mrs Bock will male their homo at Mr Becks father near McKlnney until the New Year The Chafing I aFudgein a gathering forfryingRocfilSttrChafingL diMit ui h them horn othert- aodtheraotSpracticalaadecoooaie ever invented We see A now inowteg some very new and jVt attractive design ianto fli Ayou to ted acelh TWi Recipe Book with W M Biggins window trimmer LAB arriTsd See his Rochester Ware display for Thanke lTlojr d They have the right name and we have a WalkOver when comparing them to makes There are oth ers it is true but we do not know of any mans shoe made to day with as good sole F leather as good as good uppers and put f upwith as much style As at stock other H 11 WediDg Dish I htf linings jLBeazleyCo in 1enall Rind of Stock Give Them a Call Price RigidtdSTANFORD KENTUCKY Harry JacobsDealer to aDd Manufacturer ot t t Marble ahd Granite Monu r Marktri and J J r e Vsaes and menteIKlnooyXy It CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE J all for I IiII8talUreS Cy iI W A THIBBLE iI Furniture and Undertakteg Day Phone Night Phone 138jStanford K mtwuHT CONCRETING w Y Wsareteel eaemtnf inch as Block Work raveaeate sad In tact we can make any hing toes a canIssrye s- work sad maWelal Unit and get our es before you buy your material at leer PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky FreshOysters SERVED IN ANY STXLE Tt o TnE3LI- NTOWMHT Ou sons Reslinrm 1we A CARSON Plp rw I I 7I fir rq J V1I j t THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL u l If J lIjnmllJRfl trmnmious ELMLEAF BEETLE st l rompt Action Necessary If This Pet win Eradicated Before Trees Are Damaged CHJlH1m boa elm trees Infested unrithMbeottaa should trust to natural ehouw eliminate thorn Tho tree sbould10 thoroughly sprayed as soon vvin 4be season no the first sign of VJ i tJb redoing la seen of the leaves ndruertutn of lead at tho rate of 5 pounds In 300 gallons of water should L sbePI1I1t4 41vtile important that this spraying w lonJdtbo prompt and very thorough xs rib object Irtlnf to kip sit thdbp9tlee beforethgy toy their eggs ytfr this r aonitti9 strong mlxturo Is advla- ed4thatts Urtlon may bo prompthnd the 4ojury lo tilt leaves minimized XUfrtJxilk must feed before theyI TSny tjriftttnd there In usually a period vf abouttiwo weeks between tho time 11 XKbca the Unit Beetles are soon on i rte leavwt nivl tho tlmo when tho first rtjne 1au1wIs noticed Karllcr spraying XUijyfrotnUilHed because the follago In 4 criuicAjn size so rapidly at thin po iodr that itaaves sprayed when half 1yr RllnelWly b very luiporfcotly COT alm Leaf Pectin sired a week lator when the bnUo fffr A and the application will not beI sAaseQOUva irfipraytnjc against the adult beetle xjjaiiier than IU larva Is further urged JbxZu4u ttt beets eala tho entire leaf i 08Ril t and therefore gets the poison rbpherIt Is on tho upper or under uininCAee The larva eats only the cells1 of the under side and scrapes to the i ratddjtt only In consequence any leaf aotoar redon the under aide may t mature a dozen larvae unharmed omrtbotrxb thn upper surface may be uniformly and tffecllvoly coated WNia we have large trees to deal with tb problem of hitting the underside atftnrr loaf becomes an almost Im i AsJWMtbki one to solve while merely coterlojc ovary leaf on ooo aide or the Other Is a comtiaratlvely simple matter DrLO Howard obtained from TMontp lller a shipment of a mluuto x parMllld wasp Totraatlohua xanttao errIM qchr portions of France The habits rfthU IHtle wasp attacks and devel cfnJn the eggs of the beetle and Dr rltifart believed that could the Insect IItIeAcclimated In the United States It k IJ tpffarftsK on Eggs of ElmLeaf Beetle t 410 f paleJe on iMVot b larva ridwa e adult ffmvi g larval 1 Pupa k wu t tL t I nlrrll oJ 1 l iitajJt would probably do equally wood work I Srwre1tj parasites hale been distributed 1l j0jaa4 the tents are pro eIIIII It can v tbo determined In a short UmB rktkt the effect of these parasites win v kfk fiat Rood results are looked fort II I I I T II9WIHO THE CATALPA TREE I Wlt8eSIIi Enough for Telephone I YpJes or Fence Posts In About ftFifteen Year htnx III fur H cntalpa grove next itpflnT These trees will grow Into iAJjjJsone poles nud fence posts In r about fifteen years An aero of ground wlU produce from 3000 to 4000 fence jxxit and such posts aro now worth t about J5 rents each In fifteen yearn t they Mflll probably xmucltlas timber Is OOcomlncmo- r1ttMN very year Otis year old treea best to plant Be sure ther vi nruvUI haalthy1 and come not too tart 4 iimH ifeome Buy Pose but tile ya t j Krtyiknown as 8 cloaa You will I jiu v ito RaT about f10 per 1000 for vttrood treea fbe ground should be plowed spat+ 4a as good condition aa for 001111 The rowa ought to be about eight I start tJ1d perfectly straight Use a corn markor to set thorn just right r After they get a good start cut them Tbackvpaarly to the ground Dont be afraid to cut as they will bo all the tJ trouper for the pruning On good loll where tress are not too much crowdftd they will grow from tire to growrVyfvth business v I I iI 4 y jReAG S Bloodand Liver- Restorative rA Liver Mefeketad Bleed Purifier THE RELIABLE REMEDY for RbeHMtim Fuaples weed awl Skia Dueam Strcn Intend the nerves makes new appetiteMorestrength to it than any other rem edy Dont wait buy a bottle today SOLE BY PENNYS DRUG STORE PUBLIC SALE h Having decided to change my lo cation 1 will on Thursday December 15th 1910 offer for stale to the hlRiient blddnr Ilrollert7t 7M IMIIIM vonrllnLH mid 44 heed of aoo tu 1100 iioutid cnttlo 42 lend of hogs from 150 to 325 pounds In bunches to stilt i iircntir Uood moat hogs 1 five year old saddle mare extra good 1 one yiinr old colt pair oxtra good 16 Imix tnarn mules ono phlr 16 12 hand more mules two good milk cows lone fresh TOO to 800 bnrrulx of corn old on ground 800 bales of hay terming Implements of all kinds 1I1Pine + lure and hnuvufaull furniture llmMS1I bills 110 and under cash In hand over 710 n negotiable aix months note bearing 0 por cent IntcroHt from date of sale JOHN G LYNN N non same day and date Y W iturtun will oKcr for solo farm now oe uiiled by me consisting of 270 P5100 acre with good house and buildings I stock and tobnoco barn well watered by a nIllr ttllllnl spring wfll fenced and fotico are In excellent condition 300 acme of this farm IB ir blue grass and will grow hemp loiweto or anything other farms In Kentucky will grow Thin farm will bo sold on easy terms For partlrulai write Y W Mutton Somerset The Marleigh Diamond WatcIUta Bunting Coat I 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 has leather covered shoulders live outside cut in pockets one outside patch pocket and bM lull game pockets throughout the entire coat The corduroy collar fits perfectly and when turned up fastens with storm strap The button boles are all worked with silk silkstitched stays at the strain Ing points Has ventilated under arm gussets and adjustable culls The water proofing is by a new process that is really watertight If you want a coat that has class style and yet room for any reasonable bag investi gate this coat For Sale By GEO H FARRIS ABARGAIN 7t5 1 y acres of land m Linebin coun tobaccolI11Jd 34x4818leIT buildings are old Good chance for p3500SecA REGULAR TOMBOY fencesjtnnpligting scrntchoa cuts sprains bruises utitnpK burns or scalds Hut laws llucklonsIArnlca orIdtoro Blder James Shelton onf of the old eat of the Shakers died last Saturday He was 71 years of nee and was well beloved throughout Mercer county Ho had been lit About two months and In the first to go to the fourteen Shakers who are being cared for by lot Ueo Oohon of Harrodsburg who recently- 1ought the Shakers property r h PUBLIC SALE I iIt II Ii l Being compelled to go to Arizonr I will offer for sale publicly my farm of 160ij acres on the cutoff pike 1 12 miles south of the Stanford and Danville pike known as the George R Engleman farm on FRIDBY DO 29 1910rj At 10 oclock A M sharp The residence on this place was recently burned but it is a very valuable piece of property as all the necessary outbuildings3 good barns good tenant house etc escaped the flames The fencing is nearly all new a number of never failing springs are to be found on property All the i land is in blue grass aud clover except 4o acres which is sown in wheat andryeJ LIVE STOCK I At the same time I will dispose of 1 Registered Saddlemare 9 year old infoal to S T Harris King Eagle 2 good family mares subject to register both in foalI to All Peavine 1 Western mare good driver 1 pair coming horse mules well broke 1 pair 6yearold mare mules 1 harness mare gentleI3yearl- old saddle mare pony colt 1 yearling gelding 1 2yearold mule 81 evtra mountain ewes bred to lamb Feb 20 7 meat hogs 6 brood yearllingFARMING MPLEMENTS Consisting of 1 mower 1 binder 2 harrows 2 turning plows 1 culiyator 2jj r double shovel plows plo harness 1 farm wagon 1 buggy 1 set buggy harness 1 new 3horse wheat drill with fertilieJJnd grass seed attachmenf etc PEEDt f Five stacks of clover hay 1 of timothy 75 barrels of corn 300 to 400 shocks I t f fodder etc Also a lot of White Plymouth Rock chickens and White Hol land turkeys Terms easyp Robert F Scudder Stnford R D No24 Gilberts Creek Mrs J K Huck spent Sunday nt SUinlord Mrs Bruce Daugherty Is on tho sick lis- tMrJ Henry Spradlln spent Sunday nt Stauford with several of his friendsMiss Willie Gordon Trnylor spent Sunday at Grab Orchard with her sis ter Mrs hon Klsli- Mr John Trnylor killed 23 rabbits TuesdAy sir T W Hutchison who has been on the sick list Is able to be out again sirs John Traylor and daughu Miss Polly spent Friday morning with 7lr Henry traylor Mr Olllo Hrocdlove who hug been with tho Navy Is at homt with ha father Mr James Breedlovo r DRESSED AND YELLOWJf rV Not Football colors but tIiOcol ors of the catron containing Foleys Honey and Tar the best and safest cough remedy for all cbuglwi and colds Do not accept j subVtitute but see that you get the genuine Foleys Honey and Tar In a yellow catron With black letters Sbugars and Tan nor v rFor your cteahlnc and pressing and tllebe laundry In town the Lexing ton laundry Take thorn to Wesley Johnson Ho has an expert from the city does first class work Try him In tho Interior Journal building 60 acres of land 3room boxed cot tago good barn blacksmith shop and nil other necessary outbuildings well watered and fenced close to church Stanfoid Real Estate Company PaU1u1rltnIr A SPLENDID BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY A nice twostory 8 room resistance nnd hall two porches fine cellar splendid well at door good barn coal wood and buggy house On same lot a frame store room 23x48 containing n splendid stock of general morchan dise all the buildings are In Rood repair This property is on Main street In a good biiRlness town and the lot contains about two acres of land Will sell at a whole All the Im provements go at 1750 and the stock ot goods to be Invoice at n vary liberal discount We have this option lor a quick 4ale and nt a bargain Act quick See L Hv Hughes or W L McCarty GOOD RESULTS ALWAYS FOLLOW tho uc Jf Kidney Pills They afeXUpbulldlng strengthening and popthfng Tonic In action quick Introsults Shugar and Tanner tDEATH OF HAYDEN GOOCH ti Hayden Uooch of dar Kings Moun tain died at his homo October K7 Ho hud been confined to his bed only a ton days and MB death came as a sur rrlse to his many friends and loved once andU great shock to them lr Gooch Has 36 years of age and IR sur vived by Ills wlfei and two children He was a son of Mr and Mrs John Wesley Gooch of the West Knd Ilia passing away will be sincerely nnd deeply mourned by n wide circle of friends Mr tSooch wan a member of the baptist church and departs for the brightest shore with the encom hun Well Done Thou Good and Faith ful Servant Ills funeral was preach od at the church by Ker John Single ton to a wide circle of friends and loved ones He was laid to rest In the little cemetery near Kings Mountain tI iV No6I8- tltrwJ rtof the Condition Pt HATIOHALJSAtllI nt Stanford Ky In the Htnta of Kentucky nltbwcloioof liuilnmi Nov j 1910 i BMOC11CK9- rx aniaud Discount 1tV714- OverdratUsecurdtmdumeoured IS67JTK U H Bonds to secure circulation cujacuta Hoods Hecurltlei Kte hBunking house lurnlturq nnd Hx Lure w t 677444 Jut from Jlntlonnl BanRrinotre NU GI Duo fromMtatoandtrlvatenks end Banters Fruit Comp nod o It 10 Duo from a approvednserveagents II702ta heckrSoilothercashItomaNote 3200 Fractional plll ercurreneynlck s- Lawful nnd cents U fG Money Reserve In Rank via clo IHeri 0- 0tKaltundolnot JHUU IU f 0- 0Itedrmptlyufundwith UB Treas urer 0 per ct of clrculntlon 50000 Mr6tf III IlAnlUTIKH ItCapital Stock paid In1lmon00 Hurplan fund U01l Undivided pronts IBM expenses t81 end taxes u National Dunk notesouteteuding ibtUO ro Due to other tint Dank 8211 PI Due to HUtu nud Irl vase Banks A flue to approved r arve nh I IndtvtdnaldeppsltaeulK j cUo check lC9lTi D niuQdOertldente ot 6470U- PTtmeeertlncatesof otei and bills redlicoantod Illlli payable InoIuaingCerttOcntM- ofdi It for monI11oorroed UGU Reserved for IUJlo C7ei as Htntnof Kentucky Ooonty of Lincoln M I W SL Bright Cashier of th above namtd luink do ol mnly ewear that tho nlwro1 statement U true to the boltof uur kuowl Vdge nnd belief WM IDUoUTQnhkT- HubiorllvJ und worn to b iforo too this IGll10fNov1PII WW HnundKrs N I Correct Attest W II BtiunkAT uc ti ieys 11 pitank Irlltor No rH ttaoort f the Coitaitlonof THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK r 1 at atthealosoKE30DTICKS IfJverdmnlseculllt i lecurtl circulation 5ee 1Bondfixtrees w I ar Z c utnerreal estate owned 411tDue from National Dunks not reo Z3IINDueh Banker Trust Cosio May ensUhecksIn TranUuIdoFraetonalaiLawfulylsi Hplclo I1JW480 e9lttrlureert4percentorchvnHon ftl94Tt 5a LIAIIILITIKS O H Hyi0iand s t a tonuetootiturNatlonalllenks001 4 savB flank Due to approved Itesorve Agents Indlvlduml depoa tJGItmood Itn1t4moneyborrowedneerVedqrtulls t SK004 lincolalI 1 numc l lank do solemnly swear that taeahoy atattment true to the beknowledge and t tlIRTj inoHubicrlKd and Sworn to before mo this i nip day ot ptlSl W M BUIlHt r N r I PettuaTfiarrla t TOURNAJJtJTHE STANFORD UltrU KY INTKIRIOR I J RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make your homo aa modern for your family as a ice residence and place in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished bymeans of our telephone service wbich you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to acadnuarters Nashville Tenn for information our special Farmers Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana anti IllinoisEAST TENNESSEE TEL TEL CO raronronArDI 111 11111111 111111 1 11 Z STATE BANK TRUST CO 1r1 r 1r114111J1111111111111 11 CAPITAL STOCK 50000 I 1Officers 1 1 W L McCarty 1 President V t 1Vice Presidents G L Penny J S Rice J D Ead J w Hutcheson 1 Cashier 1 AMlstant Cashier C Hays Foster 1- 1111x1 1 1111 1 HH 1 1 111x1 1 WE CORDIALLY SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS 1 1- I1IM11af11111rr11111111111 Je H KEtiNJlDY lRICHMOND KENTUCKY ny Will be Glad to Serve any of his Lincoln County Friends and Ac qualntancei REPRESENTING PETER BURGHARD OF LOUISVILLE WILL BE GLAD TO EXHIBIT DESIGNS OF M ONUMENTS AT REASONABLE PRICES ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION ale Lincoln bounty national BanK Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL S 5000000 SURPLUS S 5000000 RESOURCES 34000000 Bi H SHANKS PRESIDENTs W M BRIGHT CASHIER J BPAXTONVICEk AirpTENTERB BOOKKEEPERESTER ASST CASH DIREOrOflS- tO O Walker Stanford S H Shanks Stanford B Pnxtrn Staif tl W H Traitsr Oiitjirw Creek Ceo W Carter Stanford K L HubbU Lancasler A T Nunuoly Ftanford W H Shu tks Stanford Lllburn Gooch Gilberts Creek W 51 C lt mms Prenchcrarilo 1 C Rankln I iucastor FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 1882- CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 22000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 26500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modem Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICER I S Hocker President S TlHarris VicePresident H C Baughman Cashier W W Saunders tad Bookkeeper J R Harris Bookkeeper IRECTORB F Reid J H Baughman M D Elmore J M Pettus H C Banghraan J F Cnmralni S T Harris no C Robinson E C Walton J S HockerJ W H Murphy WINTER TOURIST TICKETS TO PLORIDAANDON SALB DAILY VIA GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31 1011 I I Far Full Particulars can on or virile H C KINO Paisn C anl Tkitt teat 101 flaln St LRXINQTOM KY i I St Asaph Hotel For Sale THE ST ASAPH HOTEL PROPERTY A LARGE COMMODIOUS BRICK BUILDING OF 25 ROOMS BESIDES THE KITCHEN AND BASEMENT ALSO TWO LARGE STORE ROOMS WITH BASEMENTS CEN THALY LOCATED IN STANFORD ON MAIN STREET IS FOR SALE PRIVATELY HAS A LARGE BARN ABOUT 100x72 HAS ABOUT 24 STALLS LARGE LOFT AND LARGE SHED THE FULL LENGTH OF BARN SERVANTS HOUSE LARGE COAL HOUSE THAT WILL HOLD LARGE DOUBLE CRIB ETC THIS IS fiOO OR 7BO BUSHELS OF COAL I ONE OF THE MOST DESIRABLE PIECES OF PROPERTY IN THE STATE IT IS A SPLENDID PLACE TO MAKE MONEY 1 WILL SELL AS A WHOLE OR SELL THE HOTEL PROPERTY SEP ABATE AND KEEP THE STORE RCOMS ALL THE FURNITURE IN THE HOTEL GOES WITH DEAL THE OWNER OF THIS PROPERTY IS IN BAD HEALTH OR ELSE MONEY COULD NOT BUY IT SHE HAS DECIDED THAT IT MUST GO IN THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS IF YOU WANT IT YOU MUST ACT QUICK THIS A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR SOMEBODY PARTICULARS SEE L R HUGHES OR W L Mc CARTYyoweir4yaTHE TWO STORE SS000 AND ONE OF THEM IS LEASED FOR SIX YEARS ON THE LEADING HOTEL OF THE TOWN AND DOING A BIG BUSI FEW YEARS AGO THE HOLDERS OF THIS PROPERTY- isOUGHT a ANESS IT PRINCIPALLY ON TIME THEIR HOLDINGS NOW ARE- s AMONG THE LARGEST IN THE CITY I t JESUS rN- GETHSEMANE Safer elrael Lwe fee lfvM lilt SptateUr Amu tar TfcU fnt ron T xtU ttfe w H394 titaary Til DM B9L Qoldtn tutTh Sea of land U be UM bands of lanesMatt tlato N + N r 11weBtwoae udflaltlJt nil 1 oclock pdqy moralAff April 7 Ttu monMnr of M dar the OrucKSrJon- FUfr Th rodeo of OUUMBIAJMI of tM lower elope the Bfoent of Oursoppoclt rtMatom Thla leooa U taU of tweet Jea nlty When ws ester the garden of OvihMoaxM w hoar the voice that came to MOMI at the burning bush Put off thy shoes from efi thy fet for the plan whereon thou standee li holy round We trace the walk of Joan from the upper room to O tbMmaa the route of the officer and oldton troy Castle Antonia and the return with Jeeulu a captive The word Octhsomano Igalfloa an oil preii of which there wets certain to be several In a locality then ooTcrod M Mount OUret wu with olive trees John cell It a garden An eufern garden differs from our In that It IB chlenjr niled wltfi Irult tree and fragrant IIhruba rather than with flower beds and shade not or door bright colon U what Is chiefly studied In Its construction The garden was nearer the Kldroa which raa- betwe1 Jerusalem and tho lout o- fSron the tact that Jesus ofttlme rwortod thither with his disciples John 181 It In probable that It was a suburban pleasure ground or be toned to some friend of Jesus who iRkTa htm the tree use of It during his stay He took with him Peter and the two eofis of Zobedee James and John Hies sere the three who hud seen bas glory on the Mount of Transfigura tion and were best prepared to sym ipsthlse with him These were to watch and pray They were to watch wtth Mm ia tympnthy with him sad against the Karne temptations In this hour Jesus needed human sympathy even while he must tread the winepr a alone Three limn ho went to them during this season of prayer The more loving the heart the more helpful is fellowship and sympathy Erory wise person accepts of all the sympathy and help he can get To throw this away Is to reject one of the bt aids God has given us Jo us waa la the prime of man hood life wu Just opening before him his soul wee eager for work and oeasciotta of rare capability to perform It Ida dath wu the end of all human hope of achievement His earthly career la this dark hOW raay ban seined to be a failure it Ute fu tare wu veiUd from Ms vUkJp Only a few dl oJple Iaauo4 ot floriow ktagdota aad these Nw abet to for ake blat Where were the fruit ot hte life It WM bus hew of dark SMB with a faux rolled fro n Ms yt wttk Ms rwwreetJoB sad lefteko sad bI elf King at lungs sad Lord ot Lords This required the at tKerolMa of tefth- NY rthlM not u I will Not uarse deeiraM BOW Bat u thou wfit What ta Jmia wisdom you M to W wiM sad beat TWs Is my rarer MM desire I do not merely ntett to your will but teatr It pray fr It Undorasalh that awful agony MMS Uy mnUoct of EUaoca deep asaored sad tmsovaale tM Intense delt that his Fathers wisft mid win bould be looeMorllOliI Thl prayer Thy will be done contains the easeaee of faith a faith that ex eta an answer Thy will be done means tar more thin merely enduring the suffering God sends It means doing his will In our business In our homo everywhere living according to Gods laws and principle It means carrying out his plans for the redemption of men- The prayer was answered through the strength given him to drink the ep and change it lato a cup of ttag It WM answered IB the nme way that God answers our prayers u God answered Pants prayer that the thorn la his flesh might be removed God answered Jesus prayer by giv log in a better form thaa tIM one In which the petition was stated the IIIOUI of his prayer the things that In deepest heart he wanted If clear ly before the vision of Jeias there had r appeared two choke the one of ell- cape from the cross but with that also the failure of his mission the triumph of evil the lou of unnum bered souse nb crown no glory no abiding on the right band of God and the other choice that of the cross and Its agoiy but with it also the redemption of tbe world the Ineffable glory of God the joys of millions of the aced the crown of trtemph over evil who doubt which would have been his real ionernoet prayer HIv prayer wu answered for the crow wu changed to a crown Oethsemane into paradise death Into Immortal nary Lo Judas one of the twelve came He knew where be would to likely to find Jesus b caua Jesus was accus tomed to resort to this garden with its disciples And with him a great multitude Including a band of Roman Holdlers Jewish officers captains of the temple police chief priests and elders and their attendants such as Malchus followed by a multitude of people with swords and staves Ian terns and torches and weapons Ju day betrayed Jesus with a kiss The Greek means kiss again and again Visa tenderly lAter Judas over wbuhaed with remorle ended his ute Fr SampleFor Ills Something can and must be don for the puny crying baby for the restlessof all health is the proper working of the digestive organs look first to andbowelsThlempti as wllh ll comes a clear head It light sounsleepthemergency onlysiclstrongcause of their bad taste Hive you ever beetusing athebe lastiyoultwill useritthisway aironeofMrofaInthlltItselffittllttonnndfree sample of this remedy plfalettodesire for yourself or family iMrtMnln i aWolIfree dtIForname and address on a postal card or doelorsaddrelllWU building Montlcel0 ilL FIRST PASSED THE POST The editor of the Hardemhn Col Free Prong tolls of an Interesting ex perience thusly Wi foil asleep In a chair nt Grand ourIwu Memphis our usual soaked condition and let our train leave us The uotel olerk told lu to go up stairs and take the room on the right aide of the hall with tiro lamp burning low He said ho was crowd od and wo would have to double up with a tuna Vo wont up and pulled oft ourthings and went to bed without waking our bedfellow who was sleeping sound with the sheet over his head to keep off the muskooter He fore we fell into the arms of morphine WP seen a young lady and young Ron tlemati come In and sit down by tl o window At first they talked BO low be could not hear what they aia Finally wo heard the little miss say Willie alnt you ashamed to try to kiss me right hero whore we are sit ting up wth a dead person Wo felt curious We slowly ntfched over nod touched the nose of the man we woe in bed with and seen at a glance that ho was dead all right We rlz up Instantly and it was a race to a finish twtxt us three or the bottom of the tope It is useless to say we was rust pas tho pot by two lengths Ve didnt ekeer that couple any wuscr than the corPse steered us We walked through thp country to Bolivar and wired for our clothes by express LION FONDLES A CHILD In Pittsburg a savage lion fondled the band that a child thrust Into his cage Danger to a child is something gnfit when least regarded Often It comes through colds croup and whooping cough They slay thou sands that Ur Kings Now Discovery could have saved A few doses curd our baby of a very bad ease of soup writes Mrs George D Davis Flat Rock N C We always give It to him when be takes cold Its A wonderful medicine for babies Dent for Coughs voids La Grippe Asthma Hemorrhages weak lungs 50 cents iL Thial bottle free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store t Skin Affections WHETHER INFANT OR GROWN ERSON CURED BY ZEMO AND ZEMO SOAP An Unusual Offer Pennys Drug Store says to every person be it man woman or child who hun nn irritated tender or Itch lug skin to come to our store and pro cure a bottle of Zemo and a cake of Zemo soap and if you are not en tirely satisfied with the results come back and get your money So confident are we of the efficacy of this clenn simple treatment that we make you thin unusual offer ZKMO Is a clean liquid for external use that has cured so many cases ot eczema pimples dandruff and other forms of skin eruption Zemo and ZBMO sop are sold by druggists cv erywhero and In Stanford by Penny I Drug Store ZBJIO nod ZBMO soap are the most economical as well as the leanest and omst effective treatment for affections of the skin or scalp vbetriLr on Infant or grown person BOTH SPEEDYANDEFFECTIVE This Indicates the action of Foleys- Kidney Pills as 8 Parsons Battle Mich Illustrates I have t casollohd enbilypains wlUt with annoying urinary 1fuse of 1 1U alldShugarsI1lghestand Tanner TirrtFREE a 50c JarofI Palmolive Cream t Vo have a red ulnraize jar of the famous Palmolive Cream for you It wont cost you a centCut the coupon from the Nov is sues of Good HcusekeepinirPacificMonthlyRed Book Womans Home Companion Ladies World Uncle Remus Molt nine DccissuesoPcoplesHome Journal Delineator Designer New I Idea Blue Book Green Book Nov 19lh Colliers Weekly Nov 5th Saturday Evening Post Nov Uth Illustrated Sunday Magazine and Associated Sunday Magazine I PENNYS DRUG STORE II FURS JOHN WHITE CO FIND illJDi SMARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS HIDES Wool on Ctramlnlon Writs lor price J lilt mention Ihts ad Established 1837- LOUISVILLEKY ParksvOle J II Ilnnklu tt Junction Clt vitlted hU eialr Mra Mary Waste flohi Satuiday Jolin 11 I arks of Akron Ohio J with liltt mother Jar Annie Parks It G Wilson of Livingston wn n recent attest of H A eeterneJtJ- Mn C A Hlandford has returns from n visit to relatives at Woudblm- KT J II flower wife and children hay icturned to their hoiiw at Lebanon III tera vlblt to ht6 iwronl Mr Rnd Mrs F M Dower Mrs J H Ilrown visited her 16II- tMrs W W Wright In Danville IlIlIt week Alrs Miry Hdaitn llankla has tf turned to Junction City after a work visit to her sister Mrs R A Browii Mrs Iu len of Springfield who has been a guest of Mrl U At Ewing bat gone to Scuioniut to vlvl ft lend Uieru Mr and Mts Jerry DrUcoo of tae renccburg wore guests of his motiier Mrs Susan Url coe for sutera days They have but recently married bet n aldcn name having been Miss Pear Hedger of McUrayer Ky Dr W A Drown has sold his furu containing 125 acres to Vftr May oi the Rolling Folk section at nit per acre Mr James W llankla aged G7 year died last evening at his late home In this village The buriAl took place Sunday afternoon alter a funeral b Rev W T May Mr and Mrs O IL Preston apeni Sunday with her parents Mr and Irs O P Penn on the Rolling Fork A MAN WANTS TO DIE OnlY when a lazy liver and alugglut bowels cause frightful despondency But Dr Kings New Mfe Pills expels poisons from the system bring hope und courage cure all liver stomach and kidney troubles Impart health nnd vigor to weak nervous and ailing U5 cents at Penny s Drug Store THE REV IRL R HICKS 1411 ALLANAC The Irl It lUCKS Almanac for 1911 that guardian angel in a hundred tnoi sand homo Is now ready Not than nre now willing to be without It and the Rev Irl H lucks Magazine Won nnd Works The two are only out collar a year The Almanac Is afc prepaid No home or office should tail to send for them to Word and Works Publishing Company St Louts Mo I GOWANSKing Sells itself wherever introduced Imitators have tried to imitate and substitution has been attempted But once GOWANS always Cowans for inflammation and congestion It riftS usptensnro tn acorn nle l PmimmtloH for InlliimiiintliHi e cclijlv of the Iliront ninl cheat hate NoM Gnwnnn liri nritlt ti fur rainy years ntnl never litnl n gnu pFalnt UUKUXQTON DRUli 6U- nurlington A C BUY TODAY HAVE IT IN THE HOME All Draddlat SI AOe 2e COWAN MEDICALCO DURHAM N C hitiMit u4 weir fifmitd tf roar Innlil Bring this coupon to our store and do os the ad directs We wilt then rive you absolutely free a full size jar of Palmolive Cream which we ordinarily sell for 50c cash Youll find ihiii cream the most delightful thing of its kind ever madeIts tirely and all newI JqueenHIGHEST AND Mrs Gregory 1 1 11i11i11111111i11UPROFESSIONAL AND- BU8INUSS 1 1 1 CARDS 1 11111111w1Iwlrtpr11UKINCAID ii All Kinds of Insurance Nothing but the Best Companies Office at lutl Bank 4 Trust Co4 STANFORD KENTUCKY MINKS HOTEL KyNowpot Special rale to traveling moo Rverythlng brand new Single rooms R M NEWLAND Representing The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance cThe lending annual dlvldaad Cem pang Its dlsUncllou Is duo to adhor oneu of successive manomontl to the principle oC mutuality W W DURQIN DENTIST once at Residence CRAB ORCHARD KV DR T W PENNINGTON Dentist Hours 8ol2 AM and 1 to 430 IM ottlce Myers House Haft Stanford Ky OR W N CRAIG IIOculUt and Optician Onicc over II J McRoberw Store Stanford Ky 4 PRESSED STANDING SEAM GAL VANIZED ROOFING Large Quantities carried In Stock EADS TIN JOHN Phone 114IVeterinary on all hone and animal disease Stanford Ky Phone 104 WILL ADAMS Livery all kinds of hauling Fur nature packing Sanford Ky Phone 173 HUCCAIEES A C Sine IhDeputy State Commander Stoaofrd Ky STANFORD TENT NO 7 i Meets 4th Monday Night MASONS MEETINGI Lincoln Lodxe No so K A M will meet In sth1 communication on rack flnt sad third Monday alibis crMCb month at T sa oclock In their hall on main streeet Ktan tote Xy Mcmbnr of sister lodges are fr t rtuUr lavlkd to be present TV PooiI1lI1ton uo J J BELDEN Yor house curiae and sign painting dtOO 1 of ravoall kindlueb Iasand boots made HwpoverAldrid blACk KyPhoneJ JBlcLDrNlL 5 N TIME TKBLE No 11 Month nits v M NoB youth Wii A M No M North 440 A M No n North 6t49 r KrNo rr IOtst A K No iMrai JOIS RICE Ascent 1 FALL IN TOBACCO Danville Messenger Thl Is the day chosen for the tobacco sales and the selling began at the Peoples Warehouse on Perryvlllo street The buyers were on hand this morning but they did not seem to want tobacco The bids wore very low some of tho very best sold for 1650 a hundred The average price was 7 or 8 cents a pound t The tobacco prospect looks a lUlu gloomy As long as tho pool had to trust by the throat tobacco was high The Independent growers Independent buyers altogether with the trust broke uj the pool and the price of tobacco scams to bi on tho down gnldc It Is to lit hoped that this not HO but that tle conditions of the salo tbP morning Jwere unfavorable hereby causing LIO low price Perhaps JilR I prices vU l prevail at another salo 1 pII LnllDAV NOVKM11EH 18 laid THE STAt RORD DNTUCKYINTERIOIt tbURNAL rAGl4 J7x I- SPmCX C AL suxr VALCT SaIA I i 995tWe will sell you a Tailored Suit that usually sell at 1150 to 1350 Special Price 005 I I J SEVERANCE SON Kentuckyu6lhecl alschool UIIC 75 cenU ft and 1125 at Penny Drug 4 Store ePERSONALS I Dr Leo F Huffman or Laxinxtoo attciUe the burial of Mack liuftmiui i ltd couslB hum on Tuesday George Harris of Lancaster is hHp lug out at UM depot for a while Welch UoefccaUr and Tom Phillip pent several days In Marion county ofter birds Mr and Mrs IL C Huploy nee ill Minion county guests of their daugh ter IL 1L Hourignn Mr R ii en joying hunting while here Mm Annie 11 Miller of tit Vernon was hero this week acting u stenographer in circuit court Col John Robinson of Ilarrodiburr was here Wednesday en route to Crab Orchard to attend the National Fox Hunters Association Squire James McKccbnlo suffered nn attack of vertigo and Wits quilt ill early In the week at his home iny the Hubble section Mr Boyd Weainerford of Huston Tllle hM been with friends In this city for a few day Mm C P Mont gomer and daughter Mlm Uesslc of J Liberty have been recent visitor here Danvlllo Messenger Miss Hatllo and Nettie llogio of TurncrsvIHe spent Sunday at Stanford MUs Emma Long surprised many of her friends by giving a party In hon or of her cousin Miss HalUe Uogle Everyone there had a good Ume Misses EfMe and Suslo Lunstord ot1 Turnemville spent Saturday evening with Miss Emma Long Mr Sam Lackey of Mercer spent fevoral days here last week Mrs Henry L Karris continues quite ill at the HU Asapb Hotel Mrs Prank Lee of MIddlesboro Is the guest of relatltvs here Col Sam J Krabry continues qulto low at his Homo en tho Lancaster pike but is maiding a game fight ami Is about holding bin own Mrs Mottle Harnett Is visiting hereon Frank Darnell in Danville J D Holdcrnmn of Somerset won here this week with his brother Hud Holderman He was en route to Pine vllle whore he goes to take charge of the electric light plant Mr Schroeder and Miss Annie Fish tack of Livingston brought the lot mere baby hero for burial this week The little ono had died alter a short illness They were guesU of the Moses Straub while in the city J T Gooch the IGyearold rcn of Mr and Mrs T W Cooed Is 111 with typhoid fever at school in Cleveland Ohio and his mother left this week to be with him Mrs W D Stono who died at Llber ty last week was burled at the Hus tonvllle cemetery with appropriate services on Sunday She was a wid ow of the late Dr Stone a well known Miss Ethel Hankie of Junction City has been visiting her slstci1 Mn J P Green at London The pupils of the first grade of the Stanford Graded School win have their annual autumn exercises In the chapel of the college building Wedues day afternoon Nov 23 at 2 oclock Admission 10 cents children under 12 5 cents Come and cncourngo the litIUe ones and help them buy I ItThe Judges Advice On q Hanan Shoes t 14 When man is side iI 4 i swiped by fate of his f V t j best girl says the l Judgethe should re i member that rough i j Seas make good sailors H l Hell find a good Ha = r s bor at CUMMINS WEARENS Shoe Store 4- l thosejrf Hanan Shoes theyI will look neat on all occasions S 11ti TtM ffHI ROMttPHA1ttotHAKrlltkll t1ITHN 1495 For Choice of a SweU Lisle of Suits in new rough jB ateriaIs worth l750yto 1850 Special price 145iI Stanford Material for tlandlNorlCIMss pu puts of the department of expression end physical culture next Tuesday evening Inn the high school chapel Admission free Doom open at 7 o clock SHORT LOCAL NEWS Good stock of guns from 1950 to US Oeo IT lam A new cake Dadseedless plum pudding at W H Higgins Try them FRESH OYSTERSAT NEWLANDS The ladles of the Chrlstlau churtu will have a bazar and exchange on next Wednesday Nov 23 the lime and place will be announced next Indue A new Air TightIea4r best ou tho market at 11 HIggins Stop in and see it Too Teachers Tracing Class of the Baptist church will meet with Mrs K L llclnhart this evening at 730 oclock Instead of with Mrs Clifton Fowler who hu been called away 1 am prepared to set sale dinners it reasonable prices Bring your sausage In and let mo grind it with my new electric grinder It does the fin Mkt and quickest work J C Lynn wConstipation Indigestion drive wny appetite aalS make you weak tad sick IlolllsWrs Rocky Mountain fta restores the appetite drives away llseaso builds up the system 35 renis Tea or Tablets Shugars and fanner I I will be at Crab Orchard Saturday Nov 19th at Morcland Friday Nov 25th at Hustonville Saturday Nov 26th to collect taxes The penalty on Dec let Meet me on above late and settle W L McCarty horlff RulerSame Itfor I Iced pullets and cockerels and Toulonse geese Apply to Mrs W J Kdralston Crab rclard Ky 734p Let the I J order your ruling nrds wedding invitations anhouncc sent Finest work at reasonable prices For Sale10 shares of Ilustonvllle National Bank stook Apply at this Jflce We have some second hand buggies j lind ono carriage for sale Pence nros Hunting coats vests and legging flnd sans and ammunition also cunI lenncrs Georgo If Farris My Wifes Familycome to the porn house next Thursday night It- III said to bo a laugh producer right 100 Reward 100 Tb rtadtn of thY ptixt will be phased to lean ut theca U it kilt DM dnutM dIe that KWDM boa been lie to curs ld all to nieeod the r alan 1UU1 OtUrrb Curt H the cnlr poolU- ruN DOW known to Uw ordkat fraternity caunB k onatauunnal Aawy + + 9 rr Sir =UMtncot Hni QtUnh flue to wen to cratllr settee cUrteUr upon Uw blood and mutoui macro ot UM ytem thereby Jauojtae tM ound ltOB of the dleaaa and lttai the vttKnt tnccth by bonding up UM cooMituUoa M4 nimv Ilol mue4filth doing IU 1IWk Ifet btthey kir 10 In 1ft cunur nowtn I ootr OIM HumJrrd Dolltn tor any eua that It tall la run Send for lat ot tnUaoaltto Addrni F J CHRNEY h CO Toledo aSold br all Druwnu tic Tttt UW ramllr riUi fOr eccrilfaUca Jesse Lynn has Installed a small lectrlc motor in his meat store and sea It to operate a sausage grinder Ii does th work about a dozen times is well and as fut as tan could dolt and la a wonderI 4 Mrs R L Williams of liu tonville- irtU yeryonu against hunting or Massing on her placo in any way The Woman Home and Foreign oclotlcs will observe tho vcek of irayer beginning Monday Nov 28th nstead ot the Slat at 2 P Mnl the hutch All day meeting Friday open salon Frlday nlgLAII are cordial avUcd to attend Mrs C R Coleman Ilea Ilattio OwBloV secrotarits Rn J J Dickey willprtach at lowland next Sunday afternoon at 3 clock Phillip Dro have made a splendid So h of tho paving In front of the new lurthouse and th0 steps and walk leading up to the building They know tbt concreting business from Fart to- isdalt sat ftlllfOt ails bsit+ 11s ROYALBaking AlIaoIutyPure Royal is the only baking- powder made RoyalGrape of Tarta- rHighest in- Leavening Efficiency IfoAkm Ne Lime PItlWej lkr aometMng good for L Jreera The Cincinnati Post dally one- year the Interior Journal one year anti the Posts beautiful 1911 Woods laud Calendar all for J2GO This of rev Is good for both new subscribers udd old ones who renew The Colon tar Is a beauty while most everyone knows what the two papers arc This Is a bargain Send your subscription to the Interior Journal at once Lout Between my house and town ron roj about two feet long painted red a part of toad bInder French dry cleaning and pressing anti done next door to State Bank 0 F arnett 702 The play Miles Stan Usn will br- glveu at the Logans Creek church next Wednesday sight Admission vlll be IS cents 10 cents for cull Ireu Those who bring boxes will be admitted free as the play will bo fol owed by a box supper Everybody Iii Invited f IiUncle jonuny pnuad of Adalr county died in Lincoln while on n rlfiit to relatives last weekslie was 9Z years of age and tad spent consid erable time with his daughter and her family In this county BETSYS POINTERS If I were looking for a real good husband I wouldnt have to teavo Stanford tb find him You probably know the man 1 mean the Nobleman who makes tho best husband for any woman on earth IB not afraid of a pair of overalls and speaking of gro cerles tip place to buy is Coffey Coleman Buy your thanksgiving and fruit cake supplies from us and get the benefit of the most complete assortment and fresUst stock the parket affords lea them next isiu COFFEY i COLEMAN phano iK tafd Dtllv4ril T n 1995 IJ f c SpeerPrice I My wiles Family a rlproarlm musical comedy with fun from begin ning to end pleased a largo crowd on Thursday night at the Stanford Opera louse The production Is tho best seen hero in a long time ana It was theIoperain goodly numbers to enjoy it Mils Ulgdcn the star was a dream and her beauty magnificence of costumes and fine work delighted everyone The Thebus brothers in their song and dance stunt and in all their work were very fine Manager Wal lace Cutter has a winning company and puts on a show that Is of a mucn higher class than cities the size of Stanford gprally have the pleasure of secclng Ralph Johnstone holder of the worlds attitude record for aeroplanes on Thursday fell f 00 feet while at tempting a spectacular dip at the Denver aviation Held and was Instantly killed Manager Homer Wray ottbe Ewr Tennessee Telephone Company locaE plant has bad a crew of llnennerutoi for several days putting up new iafnw for the increasing business ot Qr- company and putting the oldi 011411 La shape for the winter Tbo UtnaTaul Water Light Ice Company has ator been doing some work ont fro M nr in preparalon for the winter The Louisville i Nashville reflreaO has placed an order with tho Tew see Coal I Iron Company for jajftf tons of steel rails for 7U11 dellveir The population of Memphis Tfeae Iis 131105 according to the new c mi BUS a gain of 28il percent la lOjeafe ice population of San Kraactsoa 41691 an increase of 7J130 orSX er cent over 1900 P For Coughs and Colds Troubled with a cough A hard cold bronchitis orsoisc chronic lung trouble There is a medicine made for jthese casesAyers Cherry Pectoral Your doctor know all about it Ask him what he thinks of it No metfee can ever take the place of your doctor Keep in ctesc touch with him consult him frequently trust him flfi I No alcohol in this cough medicine CAytrCLorolilk A I Aycrs fm Sugarcoated Al vegetable Act directly on the liver peatinlhisrr liveDese only one pilL Sold for nearly sixty years Ask yew decter abHtheao 1 Ino t 1- ICOATS1 Our Line of Ladies Coats were fbought direct from one o tfeleading manufacturers lies L styles are correct and the prices low as quality will admit i Ias 4- U E PERKINS J- I CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY iWllI e t b Ir R Hughes T W Humble WOMrtiw NOVBLTIBS We are showing the pret z tiest line of Ladies Neefe 11 1 wear we have ever shown A fetching silk double 11cf if cordion Pleated IU alt the colors and sizes f I Also a beal1tifullin howsw i with hem stitched fancy borntders And our line of belts BagS Ornaments Barrettes Hair goods and Jewelry alb ii the newest of the season y q Call and see them HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions ShoeIt L STANFORD KENTUCKY t I wl L wow ftfix I T t r v THE STAFQ U fji = KEMTUCKY I fTRIOItJ v tM zi RN h FRIDAY NOVESjnKIM 8 1910 E JTRaUS d 10 Cents a Buttong 100 a Rip k JUTCHESS TROUSERS are easy in any position liberal use of cloth in hips I and seat makes them com T Itylishtt shrunk to shape andmade t to stay t i Sam Rotan Stanford Ky i J i THE FARMERS For SaleA tew good meat hogs J W Daughman 764 For Sale50good ewes from J to 4 years old Jaa Yowell HustonvllU There came to my place about aei 1st a red bull calf weighing about 600 pounds Owner can get same by paying for thi4 notice nod his keep John Prlvett Waynesburg Ky For SaletUU stock ewes W 0 Walker aS For SaleO shoats 50 to 60 pounds weight Henry Anderson Stanford Ky 753 Strayed or stolen two bron no mares 4 And 6 yearaoiu one IS brown with T branded on sshoulder tfother bay branded DHiti hip Rewnnl If returned to U W McUuf fey nt W H Traylors nt Gilberts Creek 758 For sate ray house and 20 acres good land attached The tins Smglq ton place for rent for Mil Ward Moore Crab Orchard Ky It H Crow of Shelby City has for sale a number of thoroughbred Duroc boars and a few gilts He also has for sale a 6 year old horse wind and absolutely gentle Suitable for carriage or delivery wagon 732 Its mighty cold driving now See our fine line of lap robed storm fronts carriage heaters and coal J C McClary Kr Sam Denny a prominent young farmer of Oarrard county and hrotb i of Mr Alex Denny of this city was in Richmond Thursday with a car load of fine Jersey cows which ho has told to Bell county pegp e The peo ple of the mountains e fast doing rrvay with the scurb mien cows and are purchasing the best the Uluegrasn IMS Mr Denny received a fancy price for the Jot Richmond Climax In Hoyle county Lemuel WhlttnUer void his farm of 160 acres on tha Stanford toad to Jason Taylor for 110 per acre Mr VhUtnker buaght tni place from John K McUoberts nboxit a year ago giving him JUO im acre June Hunter sold his punt to Yu Thomas C Stlcall The Place con tains 1J acres and sold for 17C pur acre possession to be given thevjlrst of tho year Mr Hunter and family will move to Winchester where they mill make thtlr tenure home Lost From Nunuelleys stock pens oa mart day a red bull calf properly ol U W Denny of Ilurgiu Please noilf Air Kunnelley of whereabouts or information as to same Thnre was n good crowd at the solo of A D Root on his place ontb o Hustonvltle pike Wednesday and 4We Give Away- Absolutelyr t Free ofCost The Peoples Sense Medical Adviser In Plain Entfi fa or Medicine Simplified by RV Puree M D Sur jgicalev and over 709 illustrations in stroojj paper cover to anyone sending 21 onecent tamjM to cover cost of 11 or Cloth binding for 31 stamp Over 680000 copies of this complete Family Doctor Book were sold in cloth biding at regular price of 150 Afterwards one and a halt millioq copies were given away as above A new uptodite rovised edition is now ready lot mailing Better send NOW before all are gone Address WOILDS Dn rsNiAsv MBUICAL ASSOCIATION R Vt Pierce MDlPresjdsat Buffalo N Y bit PIERCES FAVORJTI PRESCjmvriON THIS ONE REMEDY for woman peculiar amcnts good oougls that tta maker art not afraid to print on iu ouUiJ rmpp r its arerr iafredicaU No Secrets No Deception THB ONE REMEDY for Womea which contains no alcohol and tinohabit formiag drug Made from nth medicinal fort root of vrell established oaratlra Talue I TOBACCO GROWERS r Beginning SATURDAY NOV 12th Z T VY 111 hUyt iG1 lvlytri UUva IllY new warehouse in Stanford IWill be in Stanford on Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays of each week At Paint Lick on Mondays Wednes z days and Fridays ft W P KINCAIDn A FULL LINE OF siCOAT SWEATERS AND Underwearlijl I LeL BANDERS I Crab Orchard Kentucky Ea ScuDs Emulsion is a wonderful foodmedi cine for all ages of man kind It will make the delicatesickly baby strong andwellwill give the pale anemic girl rosy cheeks and richred blood It will put flesh on the bones of the tired overworked thin man and will keep the aged mat or woman in condition to resist colds or pneumonia- in the winter FOR B1U BT ILL DRDOOIBTfl Send Me nn eb paper and thl4 far 01 toMtltut 84tUffi auk n1 Child 8kUhBook Ewh bank eoaUlB 4 Oood Ltuk 1w SCOTT DOW T 409 Purl St New YOlk everything sold goalprices pearling colt brought 175 a ninr J116 two mules sold for il2U yens ng steers sold at 410 anti ycarlln holtcrs n 42Q hogs brought JS shoats J8 corn 2 and fqtlder 13 rents Colt J P Chandler cried ont tilt salt Mr Hoot will go to Qkln lioiita to spend the winter with hIs Ln CINCINNATI STOCK MARKET J f fftblnnntl No 18Cattie Miirke inlet and weak lair to good shll1l101dI 4hOU 576 common 2 1460 Market lOSJIGe lower butchers lini hlppers 573G740 common JIJOt 35 ShdepMarket slow and weal ZCKICw LmbnMarlcet Slow and eak11610Cedar Creeks J Miss BculuU Vallln has Justr urned homo after spending ilirr apnthtt in Columbus 0 vlsltlnp her inrJe nhdi family iJlor many irleiuli ora Kind to welcoij not back dales UaruotXJ Scott spent lalit Aeok with her cousin Mrs Sam J Inltzclaw near Stanford Mrs K J Htiblile came up Iron Stanford last Sunday and spent th lay with her sister Mrs N A tits jen vd family t Ulss Nell Newland has gone ti l reachcravllle to accept a position kS ties lady In her brotherlnUKi tore Will Cummins Miss Stella Nol nd Is vlsttlot he- ster Mrs S J Ifottzclaw neui Stanford tfhe writer takes great pleasure In innounclng the mnrjjage of Mr HIMi lursc to Miss Uesli Coati ot this place They surprIsed theli many friends by eloping to Jclllco a 10n das ago whcro they were united In the holy bonds of matrimony tne ricer extends best wl hclI Tile sale of personal property of Lanada Rogers last week was nut cry largol attended 1 the untlr Ing efforts ol Co1 P Chaidler the iictlnneer Fair prices were realized 00lb hops brought 714c 6Wb tel hogs uo ter head milk belten1soon 011tlonNOTICER w v In the districtVoutt o tithe United Utes ror the eastern district of ntucky In the matter of Clarenro J Slpple nnkrupt Notice of Sale In Bankruptcy By virturo tall order eiftered If- the in abov j styled banUrijpi case the ndwslgned trimtce will on Knturday ecember tie 3rd A 1910 between the pours of 10 oclock AL anl 1 I on the K ex etschlld best blildor for cash in bund the ullowlnc described property to wit A certain tract or boundary of land Hiiated In Incoln county Jjepindky on the waters ot tlreeu river near thl post officv of Jumbo Ky adjoin InJ the Oenham farm and knnwri as thc Sipple farm rontainlni about 47 cies This let a line farm well watered Marly all bottom land and will pro ducl from four to 8 barrels of corn to the acre a good dwelling housed out buildings Given under ny hand this the 16th ay of December 1910 R A DVCUK Trustee RuIRRRIwII11RaiiIRiirHIGHEST For AH Kinds of R Farm Produce HIDES AND FURS WANTED R NOW ILAND 011 UUCI1ANAN R otanford Ky RRRRRRRRRRuIRRRRRI FOR SALE PRIVATELY My farm of 105 acres near Maj good Ky Good improvements all iiecrsBjjry outbulldlngtt wll wuloru1 and good orchard 7M SAM POfERTS Maywood K ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE eel persons Knowing themselves In looted to tlu estate ol Henry lilank eiishlp deceased will please par sam eto me Anyone having a olala ntjalhRt said estate please prcscn same to mo properly verified nud will attend to same S Bljiikenthlp Administrator Preset ersville Ky FOR SALE AH I have decided to go to a wnrnu cllmato I will offer my little homo fDr sale cunlnlning two acres said lu lobos comfortable house und 111 rtcensary outbuildings cistern am orchard fiom ft to 15 yeasts old ijua tor mile from Uuddoirs mill on IJlx river four altos south of tanlnn mud four mllos outli of l mcnstor apply to PROF J D DATSON filberts Creek Ky A BARGAIN I have decided to glue up my deli work therefore will suit m uorat rod buggy also harness A rart bur gain for some one will koopa lot uf Mbles testaments and good rcllglOHi books on hand nt my rooms on cu nfl street Stanford Ky U U Notri FOR SALE A No 1 hanging Fork farm of 0 hires well Improved and well water od 6 miles from Danville tanoasto and Stanford on DanvtllrIncJ Lan aster turnpike Iyle from hushes good scha111 ii bmoK- LtrtUh shOIt mrnf route Wimiv by dour welling of G rooms nn two cfttnm inns porches comparatively now 1 largo barn two tobacco barns othe ncoeaiary outbuildings all In good re pull For further Information apply to lee r Bright Agent Stanford Ky FARM FOR SALE 1 will sell prvatoly my farm ot about 210 acres mile and half from ilustonvltle on Danvlllo pike Had of seven rooms all other neces ary improvements and splendid water Can give possesulon soon J C NEAL- lloreland Ky SALE STILL GOES Tho Inrfplnjt ol my home Will In no way Interfere with the Rie ot my iroperty on hoc 2nd ferythln- goes absolutely See adJnanotber column Itobcrt Sc iddBrr FARM FOR SALEI y 80 acres lying l is miles west or llghiand a good cottage and out oases bnrn etc G Holds fenced bout W acres In cultivation plenty of water Reauu for selling out not ablo to work on larin Price reason abll JAS A KING 608 tanford Ky It F D No a Box G5 RRRiRRRRRURRRRRrrCLOSING I As i bave tQ change CjiTT tS I wll sell for the next 30 days I L full line of mlllnery dress goods trlmmlngi and notions just In the city at prices lltonlshlnglylow This stock yas carefully selected ands I It wll meet the wants of this or any other vicinity w I will sell It as a whole If an R opportunity should present r CORA S LIPPS R I Hiistonvllle Ky k Il- RRRRRRRRRIRRRRRIR AN IDEAL HUSBAND Is patient even with a nagging wHo for he knows she needs help She maybe so nervous and run down In heaps that trifles annoy her If she Is molar choly excitable troubled with loss of I appetite headache sleeplessness con titillation pr tainting and ilizzyJspetls she nveds Electric mpsi wonderful remedy rot ailing women Thousands of suffers front fenI alt troubles ri rolls troubles backachi ants weak kidneys have used them and become bQijlthy and happy fry them Only 50 Satisfaction u rantecd by Pennys Drug Store For SateA well Improved farm of 20 acres near ML Salem house liolu and kitchen furniture stock ani rnrming toots P H Woodson Mt Salem Ky- LINCOLN 493 COUNTY FARM FOR SALE 1110 acres In flue shape crop with Better come quick J M Itey null Waynesburg For SaleA handsome pair of hor ses splendidly matched i suitable for carriage or harness team J U Lea veil HryanUvllle Ky ToLmcirii Cooity Tax Payi Dont forget the per cent will seet be aJded to your taxes and Isis net the desire on my part that any shout have to pay this extra money therefore I want to give all a chanco tc settle up and avoid the per cent So I or one of my deputies will be at the polling places on the dates named be low to meet you and collect taxes and deliver to you your receipt This wll be the lat call before the per cent I added so dont fall to meet us on the dates named below Crab Orchard Saturdiy Nov 19t- hM9relandFrlday Nov 25th Hustonvllle Saturdiy tiov26th w L MCCARTY s L c p SAt all times we will be glad to have you call tthe office where we wll wait on you promptly and with des- patch Make my your home while in town you are always wel come W L MeCARTY We Wan- tTurkeys Bring them in at once and we will pay you the highest Market Prices H B NorthGoiL T K Tudor Mgr PHONE 153 B O CARTERN- ewLlvervDepot Street Phone 90 STAN FORD KENTUCKY NOTICE Not getting a sat isfactory price form property I will continue business at the oldstand G B PRUIfT Moreland Ky FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Write for Free Catalogue No Agents- H F HILLENMEYER ot 9QN3 Lexington Kentucky I THe PLUMBING THANKS IVI a- bhould he n celebration or work well none nnd many people pleased That in how we Intend to celebrate Hut I ve shall not be completely happy 1m- ill we know that your plumbing Is all right lint have tilt take a look nt It and If anything Is needed lot us do the work so It will be off your mlnJ and l ours Then we can both bo truly I thankful i W K WARNER I Phone 181 Stanford Ky R R RRRR RRR R ZPOSTED R I The hunting season U upon us and nearly everyone wants to post his placo The charge Is 25 cents cash with name K n Denham T A Rice J W Hushes M J Hoffman M P Lawrence J II Acton- J S Harris 1tv UauKhman- ti H Batighman J H Baughman Frank Cordler Will Cordlor Christ Jacob M H Iytlo Dr J Q Carpenter James Smith Mrs Mnttte White W U Dangherty H O Anderson John M Jooch Ar Trnylor D M Anderson J A Potter J H Thompson O P NewlancJ JH Hustle Karris Woods K Curtis MM Mattle If Howoa fun CJelnzl John M Carter Fred VonOrueniRnn J J Klllott A Klelfaasu Jacob thunder itllsscs Salllo and Dottle Carter J H Carter V tt Carter L S Garner K IL Hutflcld II C Dauglunun Fred Oixughmn- nJaa M CartcrSr Mr + U L Wlillama JISTIRRING TIMES 10 aro having In tho bulldiuc line carry a full line of lime plaster cement nnd everfthlng else aecde for building Everything purchased tcre will bo foanJ of tbo best quail ty and the best for intended purposes Wo will save you trouble and uanocva dory cxpcnio by sending to ua tar as estimate 0 J A ALLEN Stanford Ky J e YOUR LIFE MAY DEPEND UIIIIII ih tn HKtit ot a strnp Hun uwua Mien coiiio from defective hat IIOH Dont expote yourself to WIIt logo by putting something flimsy on a frisky animal Our latnclIlI Is equal to nil imnrsenc IJ C McCLARY Stanord Ky Fall And Winter SuHinjs i My new lad and winter samples are now ready fur your inspection They comprise the tint on the market t can suit any one as tu price who bu nIl dunes made to order A suit made to your measure t preferable to ready made clothes To have them made to measure doesnt cost any more than ready tads wfie quality and nt u telata OHM In and tel we uts tar tarIL Co 1tupi7 La 1ret4eal TaIlorS J C VlcClary IUnllWMr 1rINSURE YOU PMLY AGAINST WANT I m A great blaze often heads tho newt announcement of a fire Whats hapf penlug dally may happen to yon V total loss Is a possibility to be dread 1 ed and avoided You can be se4ure4 when protected by it policy Issued by W 3 Fishs company which never falls to adjust looses sparely aad promptly We lead all In the number of risks carried W S FISH STANFORD KV PHONE 200 YouCANBUY Your coal cheaper right now than any time irktheyear us your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel Clean I i CoalNo Slack Phone 11 J tJ BaughmanCof1 ti