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LINCOLN COUNTV, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, NOVKMHKU 18, 1910 NO. 7S BAPTISED HIS WIFE THREE TIMES II Prcacfiersville II l .1 ADAM PENCE CATCHES LOAD OF SHOT IN LEG FOX HUNTERS MEET AT CRAB ORCHARD .. .. Hustonville. WHY LINCOLN HAS .' 80 MENEFEE ELMORE WAS 8ENT FROM TO ASYLUMNEJrV -- .OfnCTJlTCOUf IS"). her parents and other a llapllst church The I'he National Fox Hunter 'Associ- Derby Kansas. limi casualty ol tle season ftom (Contributed I inducted by Rev. 'I'. II Thurnton l.imtlnir In tl s section, occurred on ation Ik In deflsloti at Crab Orchard Rrjiii fiflldliig Is nn art based upon The oulldlngs to th,. lot known ih I fee criminal term or cnciill court miitlnuo wfth large crowds In nt- science and requires skilled nnd comwhu,. thir Meek, bcKlnnlng Friday, and lor the nrk on the N. K. corner ot to Viluui I'untc, us wry busy this week, tint ended Itiidnnco, Subject of Tuesday even- - Tuewlay "The term or mid Main streets has been sold petent liuntlnp rabb.m Hey.ntecn bird abot neeral dun and nlRhta tbo hills of on Wednesday and the civil session 1f5 jfc,H.4l, w((i I lea en, which should depef.f'uion tile compeold l.lnrolt, will echo wftli iho deep by the owner Mr. D. S. Cmpeuter to Arrangements utetelng mad which nil). well IihiiiIIimI mid n mo t Indeed In hla tnlKh. Kuvnnil pelirtriit Icgua Inc th,. knee mid cAtiHed conaiderabt" uajitig or the bounds and the bugle Howard CamnlU. and .1. .1. Allen for tent dUcharRo it the duties of each to hold u memorial luerfd decrlitioti. I.nst Snturdny b f&e atlornc) The Hustonvllli. hunting and fish- oflKcr wither " than duration or an .nln, though not sufficient to cum" bluet, no dear to the heart or everv service for tlip late Judge M C niter prcuchliiK had begun, on the yoiiiiR man to deHlat from the lruf, Kentucktnn. ing club left Tuisday tor a ten days-iitlu- g elective term. . Vy nil till son tbe lato (leurite II n man slibuld proie incompetent ii( com. t or fit frequent, passing out In the (Ireen river valley. J, Adorn j A number or notable personage, until the day vo adle some nllcnioon beftirc the. of the arrsll 1)0, Incoming of the Hport gone on ahead ol oer brother, m, ho delight In the chase, are on hand O Weatherford. Judge J. P Comic Le should lio',ieqfilred uC'stefi down hl hud Jidof U lerni. Ulr iirrlvnls and olhirs, tin ninu o( Tom and Alfred and thought hj jrnr th ctenta. and aotne of the bent Y. O Speed, lloyd Weatherford A. J. and out and let Vonie othvr lntm'ta.te Emll ltllfiK. of tbe ..'ttenholm ef- - IiimI In order to keep the door shut Uien. to he owr n hill. Instead huibred doan In the country will partlcl- - Adams, Dr O. H. Williams, Clevc his place. K' . j ,... lttmay t"Hi. who cut Jim Rogers urn picnic rUi t tt them locked' Thin Iihh cutis- t.n. n).n,n "X .inU ilmtmit. mid eon-- int.. in the runnhiB of lUynard. This Dunn, Harry nnd Howard CarhnlU, stated In brier, that th there on the 4lli,Tf.luly. was fined ,, considerable louiiiiciil mill Is a ctaled by a fence A rabbit jumped 't tie 17th nnnual meeting of the Aa Ihe following Invited guests accon,- - failure of most roads is due to tho Rayan groiight out m,t n,ili.ntd if thin., in this place u J 100 b n Jury First, tho use or Phiiied them: Cant. C. P. Fletcher, folio a lng cnuscs and not neeliiR his .TOlhcr, Allred iioclatluii. llllss na more oi lew Ititoxl- ( jit .ude I la Hard who bun been blared loso at lllm, but Adam caught Oil. jck Chinn, or llarrodsbiirff, br Pittsburg. Pa . Hon. T. Adams, Ken- unFiiitnble material; lhst Second, dumping the gravel on the out again James most or g perhupn, the bent known cited. haviiiK Wif drinking consider- - m ir ,,,,. t fox ton county's representative lu the 1(, the shot in place or the quarI road and spreading It and allowing r.Mt titer UuiIiir the fwtlniff i:imorv and oii John, of Jollleo Tvnn . piilrajhunfer In the world poaacd through legislature, nnd Messrs. Rowan, Cody Mi. Fence aa wwirlnR Kim'nro and wire of the l.nve vtelted" Kvan Foley and wire I (f utiue m uuuerea. gtauroru en route to unrrooguurg nnd fttfrrer of Cincinnati If the tile traffic to compact it. of overall Third. Improper treatment of earth is favorable they will stay weattf Preachcrsvillti section! were sent '. A liule dsMiKiitcr of A. I) Stephen In wlilcl' to some, extent prntectwl hMuj,, follr horses and eleven houuda sons foundation or sub grade so that St is The .atherlnp will be quite n swell a tout ten days ll? Lexington asylum. .wlnK adjudged. nirVi Revi Thorntun and itml were limb wife t Kennedy U wan vlsltliia. mli.il on religion. of social nffalr ns well unsound ol The writer Is Indeed very sorry to insecure, poorly drained or rougu; Hon V H rihanka l the loer Fourth, the improper construction brought out in their trial thai ,Mr Jainew CuriU and Innnly Mulled II. T n er lliie mole. nliwd nt about Mrs. Owen T)ler will chap- - team through the dally papers of the Mr and ol ditches and culverts. Mi and Mm I) .1 RlKb or baptized his wife sever! l.iitMtml iMtiuirc had J2MI an the rfafilt or r.irvUnneH eroi.e a pwrty irom i,ouisvuie; ucu. unexpected death ot Senator Clay of Fifth, railing to repair the roads by mnl prftu mw Mli IMII UlBHhy tMintt-rThrough a rnend of mine tunc, and disturbed religious who wjre on hit place thin lioger I) Williams and Mm Williams. Ceorgin. '" ''' vlrttlim Mr .and Mr week A Hte Vh lelt open, anil iw MUses Marlon and Kaimeen Mulll-Ra- that I was visiting recently In Georgia (illli'K holes and ruts with suitable , ma MlimitliiR. i material. Mm T Y Sluw .Ml. Marj and animal "t out ol Its. field It nan Mini .Mls Fannle Keed will he und who lives In .Marietta, (iu., Senr'artrr Clilof . folic,- I. 1 In providing drainage for n gravel IVtUw. wIh. n- - i.iimidti.K the mil road track and wa-- among thotp from Lexington. Mr. and ator Cluy learned ol in) wanting to and co.u for'L.H-ytanfrnd. waa lined 80 dei ed to tbo j old side ditches should be made K. K. N. at tt.chmond. are killed liv a trilln. A valuable enll Kurd. will brliiK a visit the old battlefields near Mm. Juclt Crtenlear .tr.ktnK County Atlor.iQ-..e ample to recelv0 and carry orf all ihlilni! their siandinoihor.. Mm. 11. Ilt( sent his chaufMountain. nlo got out and was killed In the paity of oung people from Wood-lldin a difficult) In the lattur'a nfflco in water. Little water sheds should Jumen Mr. and lr I'ettiih. between feur with tils nuto immediately for Le made all along the road to lend Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Asiit. The altercation MfrfMl1lfin ihr (iiMicl. or CiOshHU were vimtlng .Mr. mme wa the ot ...u ' " Nlmrod report that blids are very will head a group ot young men my trip which I greatly enjoyed. men came up '"' water to these ditches. Mlw ,r. and Mm. IJmi. O. SiKHiiiamoro Misses Janie Fox und Elizabeth Ver Ucck and ItuhUte caa.i, urarce lu thla pectlon. though thep nml women from Versailles, nVnd parI If Tom Tlie grnvel that been dumped lrn. John II lulled ZhIa Nn)loi New York, million of Ilojle, are charming guests ulomj appeared U b ciiough rabbltn to ties "from wiiirb Carter kbi.1 a raw oeal uao oee.i XllderMlll the spread soma broth-ewho v'fte Philadelphia and other Fast- of Mr. and Mm. Roland Uishop thltj time this month, Is rpll of bouldors make up ror llifm The Pence riven thee delendalitn. Morgitu Iuih xone lo Mr Nunc Huritfi or about M nihblts em cities will also be In attendance. week. h(MituiK cnum aot a total clarged with from the size of your fist to as large - Meleei county and will make her Prosperit) toda) reigns over the as your head. All his sturr will be I, wild t hae reavntwl uch impuia- Imiue will, her In oilier. J W Ulnnk- - r.nd IS bird, on their llmt daj out. nu received by tho county, and spread cotton districts of the soiuh in a Tom Newlaml' got H nbblt and 4 Hon n I on i,i ..uirij.i miri:riiy IChle I ayne of Tap!! More Wedding Bells lir- and the b.ow nhip. Their upon tl0 pike lof the traveling publiiiila, Alfred f'aner got S nibble unKnown In Kentucky erm the of the Mlxco wns ... . (o followtd w" i mnnii'nalidnnii .1II. aand uet F. K Cum and othei huntra have bud about the TWO YOUNG COUPLES MADE HAP large cotton crops are bringing 14 to licThe break up' in ww fought by .. ff..lln I Aim. couu IlilllUIU. rockxffmt Is being spread need same luck If 11! cents per pound nnd the seed and wu hard lntorei.1 mli'. or Ciab Orchard, and AI. PY BY OR. DICKEY tn hulls and cotton seed oil. Every town to be rofled or something put on m.1 lor the commonwiallh and 'llM Junle Itogr were ImIIiiik Mm. In th0 cotton belt is crowded dailey themto hold them in place till nearly No hard feellnc la aairt delcndant .1 M Miss Ora I) I'oorc. or lleuna Vlsu, Crexs. .Mlb .Noll New land ol Milledgeville U t them roll otf Into the ditches. lwn " " to obtain between William with wagons, loaded with cotton wait JjelFot county and Mi I a Ult to back .liter Giuraiu lednr Creek. i travel over about 2.' miles ing to be ginned, balled and weighed or tw,iilt of the allatr. howeer. mar-rleMltm Creek . llroaddus, of this count J. were agalnhi l.i fittm r on Cedar to some one of the numerousjitljers. macadamized road. I tan show any am. v,'irH of I'et- .Mr i: UM((!raw of .Mr Kd Ma In the cae ot lohr. Uaugb a the itsidence hcotl cume with her. of the loitie lUugh-b- oth The furnaces in woChrlslian nutn where 150 worth or ditching Moi visiting Mr. hU father. Doc one mile from town on WednesClinton I'arka l at home after tyvllle wire ll .'' dlKr'e,1 church have been rupSlTrea and there would have saved the county over a hos- eaii and fauill) Sunday. UVt Bn- d- U'l day evcnlnsj4t 8 o'clock. Rev. J. J. a long atuy In the children thousand dollars. Some or this road n l t ' Th' uU w" pital at lj)uUIIIe where he wux takceremony. will be servlceaneM Sunday morn-iLIlio, Palmettt pre.iehed n line perioJ""ed the Id. indiCR Dickey , niirrv-i-some special music has not been ditched In over tour and Bight, Is well tmxieiiiilon of nine at the M. K. church He r ih We The bilde 13 a sister or Mrs. IJallard. v ill-years. With tr proper amount of en to h.ue a limb Htrulghtened. rendered. claimed nn hla proj.ert) nre glad to nay It wan n ucrcnlut beloved b everyonb. hlch and is one of Oarrards 'most attractditching the amount ot metal ...... .,a iniln Carnon .. day exercises lor Ameri a great deal or stir ..Children's ay r,. There has been A jury Mr. Broaddus la one of ive giris operation small as it is, would keep pur road la .each can Missions. Sunday evening ;nov. In Milledgeville on account of court ,f ihe West Knd. MOO damage " I J. Thornton noid two tut Nearly even one has gone to tjtau Lincoln's best young men andholf 20th. at the Christian church ut seven a talrly good condition. . .. ii iniiihirn raillni ugalnM mn v.nu...- irowg Mud a cair to J. M. Crene lor It Is Impossible lor pne man to host of friends and lqvud ones rn- o'clock everybody Invited to be pres- look l ney ford. '" lor them great happiness. Tney will alter ahout ICO miles of pikes'. . . - ... mil .nnir nil vetim ( -- -R. L. Uerry. Supt. On Wednesday beroro Thanksgiving mace their home on Mr rlkiaddus' ent. My idea would be put those roads out train at ocicrne grist mill of jjr. Fado I'ark "- Miss l.olh Willis is visiting Miss in l.In not ninnlnR a impoitant piece ol there will be a musical nube Chris fsrra on tbe Danville pike. v...i of tne tauuf " sections, say 25 miles to acn man; Maysllck. to KUe them a correct ticket. Ihe machinery Is broken. tian church at Moreland and nt night men that live on these roads would Miss Eddie Florence Terry, of Kilrabetb Mitchell in Messrs. Ride, and v.lpps have com- have some pride Kverybody come. and Mr. Yosem'teJ Casey county, in keeping them uu Sheriff W l McCarty and deputy a supper. Mr. Ire Morgan's little rain Is do- Jesse Martin, of Turnersvllle, were pleted the repairs on the luruac-- in Kmbry, were here Tuesday nlfiht Tte people of this county pay tftxea lUd good busluesft and will have bis quietly-- married at the residence of L, the Christian church, putting in new to keep up their roads to arreut Menelee Klmore on a lunacy ing u and tkey Kitgs MoMtabL week. pipes complete. The services will bo should demand a better system, Mr. Klmore very willilngly corn crusher at work next A. Manning on Whitley avenue, tnls charge wife Mi. J. 1). Myers our wholesale city, Wednesday. Ilev. Dickey ofllclat-lng- . in the church next Sunday, .Nov. 20th The culvert spoksn of by the Husof the( accompanied the olllcera. Ilia sec-- i HUntord The rollonlne ts the report tonville correspondent his bsen cared The happy pair will begin house- Rev. W. S. Willis will preach tc been mentally unbalanced broom man made a trip to (Iraded School rrom hut. alto week In tbe Interest ot keeping at onco near Turnersvllle, and ond sermon of his series of sermons In over a month. Tkx U also one Kin' Mountain lor a week and la to o Liken to Lev- - one dsv this puplln tliat h on "Tho Church for Today," ut 11 A.M. on Knob Lick pike that needs repair tilth grade up. i,i.inn nt once, lloth if thece unfor- his brom sale and to attend court. have warmest congratulations from month. tuU 7 o clock P. M IHble school exor ing. ol bien absent durlnR the Mm Harriett Armstrong of this wide circle of Iriends. cIoh tunato persona loe been e; cises for American Missions, consistJUDUE DAWSON. - ,. i. niMu and rellsloua mat- - towi. Is visiting her daughter Mrs ing or songs, responsive reading, reciClell patera. Ma8g.e Hint, I'earl ".,",," - .. MUHP , I'hllllps mar Danvlllo this week. "- -" Tumersville tations, etc, will be" given by the lloue. Clarence Caroy. Kl i.oocn.. ineir irouui.- hI.. . Farmers are verj busy In this part Brodhead. Smith. Clrtla KaUilI tlooch. Muggle Come and enJoyvtb-:bl!dre- ii school I.,- - nr Hie Mnltllidillt of tne countiy galhertnK corn and if hUUl iiuuiuvi v Tumble and Horn Alford a preparing tor winter as they cannot Seteral Irom tnls place attended and encourage and help tutmi In their .'.hiiteh for several yearn, but ntMiiit Toe mm of W S. Haggard ft Co, Tho,o who have bieu nel'nei' ao .""" the box supper at Mason's Cap last laudable undertaking. l.antUed which woik iu tobacco. I la no inoie. Hehry Anderson bought In ot Mr. William Swecrln- - v eek. wuK nor tardy are ,er bu.bnnd The sale BdmI1.u.reii . -, out the stock of goods and opene-- l Mr John Carter Is pLiunJag to KrneM Hint anu L Wo have can's was a failure. He reluscd to sell no y Io a Middleburg. build a new house. the doors Thursday. We wish Henry Those that have not been b.enl- know n on account of low prices. term, are- ItuaMll ThompOurlnp the all thu success possible in his new un The hunters are busy In this coni Thomas I'urdon Jesse Koutt ana MSSSic Flint Ihe election Is over and we are dertaking. Atiiull Dlshon took advantage, ot tne munlty. -- ympathlz. The i clival at Freedom church is There will be a box supper at the plad of It. For the most part the re. ,.el. Smith and Ottie deeply rnoblt law today Tney killed 30 rabVe ", witn - vueo.. . . "I--" fnr a arH.eny re bits and think It pretty good for the ut the school house in a few weeks. suit was as good as we could have still going on and up to Tuesday Those that have oeeu nruun -re -- ent or tardy durln gthe term Furtbei at range menu will come out had IU We would have been glad it night bid IP additions to the church, forst day. nd lovery. i Hon. Eiza Dertram had wiped up tbe 2- -' were baptized Tuesday. The meet lohnsou. Ilultee Acton Mrs. A. B. Hale is sick this week. luter. earth with Caleb Powers, but what mi; will likely continue through the "Hurrah lor Helm" he Is ours. VMher Murph). We hope she will soou bo better. HOUSEHOLD MEDICINE A We have a good joke on one of he did for blm was no little, and Mr. week. The LiUirarj Hociety that was Ihe mother' day at school was r ahow eks ago by the To be really valuable must some lour Uertram Las more to be pioud of thau I.e(. Ancler I lout, of Jumestown. Ind Wt had present n nuui-le- oar larmem who dug his sweet veiy ulce ! equally good results nicely. Is visiting and "fMd them avi. on n Caleb. relatives in the Hlatt vikvrool. U progicsslnR family u.lnB of mothers, brothers and sisters 0u,Jit and her ot the just In sell cling the juiles for tho pres- cinity lull week. Horace llentou, of Miss Ksth.tr Murphv. Nettie bench where he had salted meat and Itoney and. Tar does grown per- iM,nnn iiiadu a visit to Way Whether for children or he says ibat they ure bo salty that hj ent term of tho circuit court this sec Etowah, Teiin., Is with the homerolks DEATH OF MISS PRUI1T Honey and 'far ,.IS oesi Hatutday and stayed until ,.OUS onlila. rnuuot eat them. This Is the tlrst tion a as given u wide berth. Tho this v.eek. Ilrnck Du'ham ts teler....hunr and safest for a u coun present panels were made up from graphing at ML Vemon for a fesr days imday Frultt the lb year old time wo ever heunl of anyone Miss Rebecca Is ShiiRars andjunner other sections altogether. Roseoe l'lkR Is ,it home trom Cor bin their potatoes In salt. died at Mr. Ilumiwaj tile depot aifnt . S Fmltt. diuiRhter or Dr. newly made bouse. Frank Cain, one of tbe youths w ho es ror the week. this Mr. lohn Heck Is preparing u bouse movinB into his near Urautslll their home of town Ottenheim occupy. He u cupod Irom Ihe officers hue u while Mr. M. U. ,Marph Is out county on November llth arter a which his son will porch, to It. on business tack, after being lined for disturbing H,he building u kitchen and A ROCKCASTLE CASE. tor n rew daH week's Illness or pueumonla. . , Mr. Thomas tlooch passed through meeting, came dowu last week and Mrt John Wenlol has completed his v as hurled after appropriate services Mr. Cyrus Johnson l lie nun. along "i'1"" with a drove of turkeys surrendered to tho oiflccrs and went Ihe case of the commonwealth llttol Howard, is fiettliiR farm h0UlJe across thu street at tb0 church conducted by Hev K. here Tuesday to Jail to pay the fine. He Is but 1 against Harvey Smith, from RockcfU-tte- , lound for Stanrord. A corUn physician and son wen; n. Noakes. with. h,ls school nt iiignianu. did -- . was arrirmed by the Court of Apl.v.,,i "i Mr. James Denny Is visiting his yeiirs ot ago and It seemed a pity to " 'out In thlH section quail hunting. Thu 'many sLots thnt weie llred scared one have to send one so young to jail. peals. The court holds that whcna on bomefolks lu Casey. hexamethylenetetrAmine Twkey Mwey ! Mr S. P. Snoop of Waynesburg ,'ohn Hamilton who was lined for tltc Indictment Is once dismissed It cantlrd so much tliat it took shelter near U the name of a Herman chemical ' . . ftimivlif ,l.nen Is i MO sonin offense and wuo also escaped, not he redocketed. but In this case WIICIU II. uod x..wfsiv many valuable ingredi- visited friends bere last week. ft 11 ilU ni)Ur one of the BIG In the state where the defendant was never In Master John Walker Hubble attend- in said to be hMS3 NORTH TURNS OER by Xhq lo)u udU boW to ttio hunter ents of Foley's Klduey Remedy. recognliM ed the blitbday party given by MlkH or Ohio. Is or jeopardy, another Indict- custod.v i lenetctramlne FLOCK TO BUYER GOOCH 'id cents. ;iooa suov; lor and authori- McCurtj, of Stanford Saturday. bapilred iment for the same offense may he Rev James ' Daliiityue returned from by medical text hooks c Mrs. Ida Kcams has uric ucld solvent and ties ns Mrs. Mary Uadberry. Fiddle Kussell Misses Myrtle Tapscott, llessle hred- - returned by another grund Jury. h.-lslt to London two weeks Tako Foley s T. W Uooeh tne turkey " for the urine Weiitjol says hu never relue Kl.lnev Remedy promptly nt the first nnd Mr nnd Mrs. Jim Cadberry. ot erick aud Lillian Delk. iu lh river to Northcott Mr. brought In a drove of 000 yhere Sunday, after the morning see. sign ot kidney trouble and avoid a Klllsburfi. visited Miss Mnttie FOOT BALL SATURDAY here this week. He secured most of to help tho.pooi', so he willinglmalady Ires. this week. nqd In Casey lMt i,g ,Ui the other day Call agaiu. rerlous ihP... in the West Eud The Stuiiloid High School loot ball W t. Ilrant und V. ft McWhorter Miss llesslo and Curdle Hubble Mr. F. SchlilUler has purrhased the na nul.l nround M cents a pound tor FOR SALE! friends at Middloburg last ween who uttendeed the Suuduy school leum will meet tho Ceutial University got a large number Single mlV of Mr. Charles Trub. them. Mr Cooch Two stoiy house 7 rooms, l hall, Misses Kvu Moser and Isabelle i.ey I'nlon nt Valley Oak report u flm Fieshiuati team on the gridiron hero daughter or from Miss Anulo North, Tho Mr, McWhoiter says Hilly Saturday atternoon ut 1 30. i porches nil necessary outbulldluKs u cetlnft ' H)omel cured my catarrh In u including good bam. two good wells nolds visited bore Sunday M. F North, her ebecK Hon und Mm. not been 1 IlurKe, Nortl For. of water, young orchard, 7 acres ot On Sunday afternoon Nov .OH ut Pryunl Is quite a companionable fei btanfoiJ Stalwarts have M. fott weeks ror the flock uuioulHUiK to 1M nnd the C cuso ol cu land, nil In fine shape, 1 tenant house 2 'A0 tho Christian Endeavor Society low, und n line one to be with lu sioicd against this ri.eae turkeys were dressed bure rret. M It will cuie. unj good He up- - V uieu have u strong team also. It east larrii, coughs, eolds or soro throat, or pine ulsco for a Physician. In a price vlll met at the Christian church the vlcliilii of Vullty Oak splendid community and shipped by express lo tbe ' money back ask. u i. i uj v u... town and Apply to L, K Hughes or Miss Muttle MgWhorter will conduct .enred lo be at, borne w herever lit cun thus be seed that a red hot name 2.600. ru markets. 50 ccuts, rlete outfit til extra bottle nL tin- Col-leg- e silre-rvlsloor-fl- :M.. I'lie itieellng sold souio hoys to Uollcluw .it $7.0") and u cow for FIRST CASUALTY OF HUNTMIG It .1. return purchased 40 bar-mi- s SEASON REPORTED HER- Eor mm M O II. Anderson nr BIROS ARE 3CA.RCE. McAllster NATIONAL HOLD- ASSOCIATION INO 17TH ANNUAL SESSION IN IDEAL SPOT i NO BETTER ROADS Col Ceo, I). Weatherford rctiirncc' homt. Monday from Danville with a reveie case of rheumatism that will BY ONE WHO TRAVELS ENOUGH confine him to his bed for some time. OVER THEM TO KNOW Mrs. Molllu McCormack Is visiting THEREOF HE SPEAKS. tr g ' - 1 l-- - i. ir..,. r. to 'r ''f a n y Ken-m-ba- sur-it.e- 1: Im-- c g i o' Wash-Ingio- pJ.k-Ttn- )o ae-gie- - -- d Hal-lar- d if tr sir-mo- g be . ....... - "' i. -- Hent ( Tf - "-"- ,.,, ,,. -.- 'Hiin-,- . - nrl Whf .. .... ch" !.!,.. g G4 . Hex-nme- m untl-septi- r vis-Re- d 'S & 2. THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. quitted by a Jury of his peers. We confess than wo wero grlcvlouMy dls. appointed when Kdltor Roberts argued that 121 ta Bertram ought to be defeated for congress In the Utli district becnuso his lather had played some part In the legislature proceedings At the time of the llocbel trouble. Nothing else could be lound Against him; no other flaw In his record or spot on his, escutcheon save that liu happened to be the son of his father, and his lather had legally contested lor n seat In tr.c legislature Consistency &juiust a republican. teems not to bo a !eiol In the diadems with which most of these political purists arc crowning themselves these days. The Interior Journal has the best family of correspondents In tho state, but It wants a few more of them. If you do not see a news letter from your community in the paper, why Missouri, Florida and Oregon all prohibition voted against state-wid- e on Nov. 8. We don't know nbout Missouri and Oregon, but if the man who lH) the fight In Florida lor the dry is the same Collins, who was ono at tho lenders of the And Saloon League .111 miPAY, m '111X NOVKMUKH mmmmm " 1, a 1910 The Interior Journal. EiUblUhed 1872. HELTON SAUFLEY AND Publlthtr FMEAY VKIT TUESDAY POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Ver Circuit Judge The Interior Journal la nuthorlted to announce Charlet A. Hardin as a candidate for Circuit Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial dtatrlst, at the icctloa to be held November, 1311. subject to the actton or tho Demo- Colliers, the "National" Weekly, la evidently a Very warm friend of tho New Nationalism of Col. Theodore lioosevt-lt- , to and utterly blinded every evidence of progrcsstvenoag on the part of the democracy of ' tAe nntion. IU current Issue show a that It Is very very wore over result of election generally. Collier almost Demohad somo of us prosrt-aslvcrats hoodwinked into .Relieving that It really stood for something higher and better in the national lire than partitas, adherence to party lines Republican party line in its case by the splendid fight it made before the election for the success of progressive principles. Since the decis ion of the voters, huwecr and Its Idol. Theodore I, dethroned, It can see iroihlng of good in the sections where the real party of progression, Democracy, has triumphed, nnd yells that the corporations nnd money interests were behind the democratic candidates. The politics of Collier's reminds us very much of our good friend Sam J. Koberts, editor of the Lcxlngtoi Leader, and erstwhile Collector In the Seventh Internal Revenue district Mr. Roberts' fight for purity oi civic affairs in Lexington, his willingness to Join with Democrats to oust as be called "political 4efnT!'irora control or elections, and swapping of the government of Fayette and Lexington among them, led many of us to consider that, perhaps. titter all, his "hide" was not so "bound' to the cabin but that he could put the good of state and nation before the party device. But our illusions were sadly dissipated when, .n the last congressional campaign be wantonly attacked on0 of tho purest and best men vho eer honestly the suffrages of the people and In tbo Interest, ot did his a man thrice convinced of compilcln in assassination, and never yet ac g Kentucky in th0 state campaign of V.u7 nnd by sendingwil telegtnms on the day beforo the election betrayed Iho democratic party otcr to tht. republicans, we are not surprised nt the tosull In tho loulhern slate; nnd we have reason to believe that It Is the tnnto man. not write one? Communicate with the office and station iry and stnmp-- will be furnished. We believe that the peoplo ot 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 mites away, and for that renson want to sJve the uewg from every community id de sire a correspondent from every point, The I. J., Is putting on new subscrib ers almost every day of Its life and Its large and growing circulation is being more nnd more appreciated by the advertisers. So much so, that pinna arc being made for the early Installa Ion of a larger press which will per- nit a larger paper every lmne. Help the good work along. California will send ono democrat to tongrcss, Instead of a solid tepiib-llca- n delegation of eight, as wis at " first supposed. The otncial count tit the first district shows that Judgo (, fc Daker, democrat, has a plurality of 124 votes over W. F. Knglebrlgbt, republican, Incumbent. The latter' taken them." Sue majority two jears ago was over six For salb by all dealers. Price New lluffalo, Co.. thousand. Kvery little bit added to United what you've got makes Just a little York, sole agents for the CtBt.f bit more. Remember the . namr lonn and take no other. Tho steamer San Ulorgla arrived In New York from Naples, Italy, witr Mr. Otto I'aul Milwaukee, Wis , says several suspected casus of cholera on Foley's Money and Tar is still more board. Two deaths from tho dread dis- than the best. He writes us, "All that bought It think it la still ease occurred on the voage. The ship those than the best. Our baby ha- more and passengers ar0 being held for ex- a bad cold and It cured him In one day. Please accept thanks." amination. e Koster-Mllburn WORK WEAKENS THE klONEYS. Ooan's Kidney Pills Have Done Qreat Service fer People Who work In Stanford. Most Stanford 1'eoplc work every day In somo stained, unnatural position bending constantly over a desk riding on Jolting wagons or cars-do- ing laborious ohimework; lifting cochlng or pulling, nnd trying the lark In a hundred othr rays. AM these strains tend to oar, wenxen Rnd InJuro tho kidneys until they fall behind in their work of filtering the poisons from tho blood. l)oans Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys, put new strength In bad bncks Stanrorfl cures prove it Jnhn if. Wren. K. Main Htreot, Sinn ford. Ky.. says. I know from experi ence ihnt Doan's Kidney Mi's are all thorn Off and on tint Is claimed lor had severe nttnrks rnr neral venrs I of lamo bnck. Olten 1 did work thnt required stooping and nt sun time ,........,. kMmA much......-- . ... III uatnuurc There was also a too frequent desire void the kllno.va secretions uowi to relieved me and havp never failed to Doan's Kidney fills day and nlghL benefit me since then when I have 1 Walk-Ov- er BaBaaaV Shoes They have the right name and we have a Walk-Ovwhen com paring them to other er makes. There are others, it is true, but we do not know of any man's shoe made today with as good sole leather, as good linings as good uppers and put up with as much style .' And Endurance Walk-Ove- r In Calf and Vici, $4 $4.50 and $5 in all kinds of stock, Patentt As Shoe at $3.50. An Observer On Road Conditions In Lincoln Kvery tax payer slioiild study the Crab Orrhnrd and Danville pike Ideal deplorable condition our turnpike i conditions nf engineering and work and roads are In. It Is commendnble manshlp. It seems now that free means gratu The expenditure to fill up mud holer., but more praise roads of large sums of money, little or no worthy, beneficial and economical to Sold work, taxes raised to tho highest prevent mud boles and washouts. The point, property raised higher nnd county officials whose domain con higher by the supervisors. Is tbo fault Just because Den Johnson made a tJsts especially In looking after the with the property owners and tax paytine race In the 4th d;jtrlct In the re pikes and roads, should nave a nobler ers? llavo wo elected the wrong men cent, election, Is no sign he Is strong ambition, industry, more common to fill the county ottices and sent tho over the State. The rank and file ot tense and zeal in tu. future than in wrong men to the legislature and Sen the democrats don't want lien John- the past. A good lock and hinges are ate' Have w0 not failed to elect thu son for their nominee for governor, the life of the door, a good tire and most intelligent, wisest and best busiand they are not going to have him. felloe is the life of a wheel and wld0 ness men to the office of magistrate? The people who arc strongest for deep ditches sufficient to hold and This the most Important office in the Dtable Wedding Johnson tor the democratic nomina carry off all surface surplus water county. Have not tne county attor-joy- s tion are the republican officeholders In the past been tbi younglings" water are life ol the pikes or roads. cou- LINCOLN WITH COUNTY at Frankfort. The bottom of the ditches should bo of th,. legal profession without proPLE8 AS PRINCIPALS. The) are confident they can beat lower than the base of tho pike and tr age, legal lore and experience and Wednesday bim If he were nominated but not a evening, Nov. 16, n UataHBBBBBHKBalBHBLBKBBBBY roads, sutflclent to hoi J and remove wisdom in tho construction nnd re double wedding took place at the one suggeits a thing abont McCreary. pre construction of pikes nnd roads. all water the rainiest sensont, Have all thu county Judges been Presbyterian parsonage in Danville CO to Col J. M. Richardson ol the Glas- vent mill holes and wasa(ouu models of legal Intelligence, business Dr. h. M Green olDciatlng. The conSn per cent of lha inj and gow Times Is for Rryan the presihuccess and sagacity? Have they un tracting parties wero .Mr. Virgil M dential nomination in 1912. We are a tear of the public highways are duo urrstood tho obtuse problems of Campbell and Miss Essie May Davis, to thn washouts and low places. And Undertaker and Embalm-in- . great belieter in Bryan, but Uie demo county finances and Judicious public .Mr James II. Heck and Miss Ktlza crats must not throw all the fat mudholes In the road beds, the earth economy and expenditure? Do the) belli Campbell, all ot Lincoln county Also Dealers in FurHryan low in the middle and high on the know they've Mtm into tho lire. by K. K. niture, Mattingt.Rug. Tbej that injudicious economy and fbey wero accompanied can't win; let's name someone who bides and no ditches on the sides upending the public money the wrong Davis, of Stanford, and Miss Unu D will exchange Furniture for can. Harmon and Wilson sounds rnrellel vith thu roads and no shoit wa) to the neglect of spending all Kinds of Stock. Girs it lor Overstreet, of Parksvllle. ditches transwlse to the long ones to good to us. This wedding will not be a surlead the water from tho centre of the better purpose leads to reckless nnd Them a Call. Price Right. extravagance tho greatest financial prise to tho many friends o these road bed to the long parcllel ditches. popular young people, us it is only ttv STANFORD. - KENTUCKY The road beds should bo high In thu evil to the greatest member, tfc) tax culminntfon of a long nnd happy payers. middle and low on tho sides to drtln The culverts and bridges on tho courtship. properly, vli. Cover trora side to Mr. and Mrs. Campbell will be "at highest plane being the cen public roads opposite farmers front r Id and Manufacturer of side tho (,ntes and entrances and exits too home' to t'heir friends at Mr. Cump-Dell- 's tjtfV,: ter of tho road bed. $13,000 or more Is Marblo and Cranlto Monu home near lliistouvllle and Mr. stop the How of water In tho speut annually on the turnpikes and often ments, parcllel side ditches nnd cause tho and Mih. Deck will make their homo Markers ind 1'oHe , Oinelerr and $8,000 is spent on the dirt roads nnd mkI rwtvret. Offlce and work, kf water to overflow the roads, wash ofl at Mr. Deck's father near Mc Kinney Vri vet, no good turnpikes and no good KlDDy,Ky. Is It not until tho New Year. dirt roads, why ipend so much In fill metal and make CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! ing up mud holes and washouts? why trespassing on tho public highways not spend a good part of this large by the property owners? No ono can see to ITS miles of 1 amount of money In wise and econo- supervn-otn lurnlih the pabllewlth thn hftL. u " For twenty-nin- e years I have erellM tu frveheit of cat flowrri, plant oi drainage, deerer, wld- - turnpik. 111 Lincoln county, however mical ditching, all klnde. bulb., potted Oowrre, on abort been at intervals a great sufferer of wruutit nolle. Aleo make a er and larger ditches, wider and deep efficient and business like, and give to' (or funeral purpout. from rheumatism. During that In connection With tbeatore, 1 by aU and hlguer bridges same tbo proper business, reruedla1 er culvons, wider time, no telling how many galkluli'of vegetable on hand at rvaJoaatalH prloer. and not have tho pikes nnd roads and financial' attention, why not let Kv-7lons of the various kinds of linitil! H1HTM AN OHKK.N HOUHtW. 'lk softened, dlbintegrated. th, macadamizing reconstruction and overflowed, a,KD IIuuhakd, faast. ments and oils I have used and ditching of every fIVc or ten mllea mud holes and washouts made and with but little relief. Recently, I was confined to my bed help- - hundreds and thousands of dollar ot pike to one man with a good bond rorth of ineUi or mucudam washeu foi the fuithfui performance or duty and used it with such satisfactory results that I sent for two large bottles, away every year? Thero is almost and skillful work? 1 havo ridden tho Furniture and Undertaking. and I have up to this time used about half a 50 cent bottle with splendid on plkch of Lincoln both night nnd day enough gravel nnd beaten rt-cDay Phone 28. years and in the rainy season or success." James Hydb, Beebe, White County, Ark. the high edges of the pikes and in for melting of largo snows, it bus been Night Phono 133. Got Ease in Less Than Ten Minutes. the tilled ditches to raise the middle any ditch deep, Mr. James E. Alexander, of North Harpswell, Me., writes: "I am of the road bo tho proper convex the exception to find Stanford, KanttM-Ky- . a horseshoer and subject to many strains in my back and hips which has t.elghth and turn the water In the wide and long enough to bDld the keep It from the middle ot brought on rheumatism in the sciatic nerve. I had it so bad one night ditches, If properly replaced. On the rater and when sitting in my chair, that I had to jump on my feet to get relief. I hills there no ovoid water sheds or tho pike. Three stream of water occupy th0 pikes, one I ntho middle at once applied your dams with the apex up hill, the We are In position to do nil kind, at the wat?- - into whore the single borse travels and tho hill, to turn mob at Illock Work, faresnott one on either side of thu where tbo and. In fact, we can make any thing frao a the proper channels, the ditches. aotite down to a fence poet. We can nrr yoQ promptly and guarantee nm ifan The plow scraper has a function In wheels go, sheets or branches of work and material. (Jail and get our petto r"ie' , churning Bam of ntluaa removing thc high edgos or sides and water In the mtdd'o of the pike wash before you buy your material at lMt, -cu in SJ (UUUT H J J. ftlh midst of cttlxting. metal to the center ot ing otr the metal. bile in bringing the The pikes of Hoyle and (Jarrard Met coOTcnieDt and economical for the road bed. The largo turning plow con W hying a itdc wrmrag oup of pic. Stanford, Kj. a good team aud plowman run- counties are modols of dralnago with III puinga light nwL "Rochtttir" m ning lour to ulx deep furrows on ench vexety n tb0 centre, smoothnoss nnd yl .odfinin U n; "?"?',J,,UB', Ppuot(tm U odioi, n county can do as v side of tho plko or road then the looss durability. Lincoln l j m"' rjrKtc' d economic. i and pond well or bettor. Wo need more Implei Ump dirt removed with teams u to the affected part and in less than ten minutes it was perfectly easy. era unrated. We I the pikes, wo scrapers. Again where tho pick nnd ments for workln V nowihowing tome very new tad 1 think it is the best of all Liniments." only be UBed and tho dirt bbould have a roller onglno and an THF nicti deiigm tad tarits V ehovel can Jj digging up the carted or hauled away as fertlllicr to engino for plowing, Sloan's Liniment docs not need any 1 deia. -f&I pubpoor farm lands. Again there nro soil nnd old road bods where tho thoiughfaros need reconstruction rubbing. a powerful penetrant. lodge of rock that must bo blasted lic conaway to give proper width and depth nnd to keep In tbo best possible Try it for Rheumatism, dralnago dition, with the necessary repair and t,o the ditches for proper companies have Sprains, Chest Pains, and Sore Throat. and the rock blasted should bo beat- oxpese. Tho rnilroad center of the their roads worked fn sections of flvo en and placed in tho It gives almost instant relief. crows and foreroad bed. llcfore there wero free miles, with sufficient --tik nil Kcip nodCW-i- n bad an Ideal men over each crow. Why not adopt turnpikes, Dr. Fowler Price 25c, COc.und $1.00 at All Dealers, tcrr Kocbour working the roads and Ciih. lend fur Bloau'a J're. Uouk un ur,u. Addrt pike In the Shelby City and Stanford this plan In TT. H, Hlgglns' window trimmer Tax payers think over these Dike. Mr. John V, Cash Lad a model Bee hi has arrived. Kocheater aignou. .. . a. ! An1 DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. II l..nnvlltft-. things. ....nwniuiu pine 10 toe fl. CARSON, Pi-ft-p :OUdHYll. War display for ThanksgUlsg. Mr. Jack Doaley ha4 In tbe pike, and Calf and Tan in both Blucher and Button styles. For dressy, durable, comfortable foot wear try the Walk-Ove- r, by aHP H. J. McRoberts. j, L.Beazley&Co., - t"f Cured My "it Harry Jacobs, r I Lr Back" mud-hole- r ipc-tatt- W, A. TKIBBLE, bast-dow- n SLOANS LINIMENT Its Sciatica, I Chafing msf I I I I ... ft f i he CONCRETING g, I i PHILLIPS BROS., FreshOysters STYLE. m . ""v SERVED IN ANY the pest mm. in Cirsen's H.A. rmm nr ... Resfawm .. .,..,-- - rMtn.M1 ji rw-j- n ( s.wr,-.-J- T SM . THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL'. JIOKIKI'IUM Blood and Liver Restorative rMEDiT-xtTr- ' t I5R. HOAG'S 'Jj 000000 I fi'irnTyi-iriri"-- 1 mm SBl ELM-LEA- PUBLIC SALE r oooo 00 OOlit&O O & & & O OwCv' '" UrtilIO Q & O O OOOOO INJURIOUS F BEETLE If Prompt Action Necessary Js This Pttt BMillcsted Oefore Trtci Ar Damaged. who linn olm tms Infested wlIhbM(l' should trust to natural rh.'cka ti eliminate Idem TJio trees should li MiomtiRlilr sprayed iu soon 1b tho 'nson n the. first ilgn of ferdlna; In Been nf thn leave, of lead at thn rata of 6 and pound In 100 gallon of water should 1 applied. ,JtM iniiJrtant that till spraying ,- should' bo prompt and very thorough, In objeot fltifC to kill off thir beetles before tliHT lay their riH Tor this reason, thn atronic mlxturo la advised, flint lla ttrllon may bo prumpt,hnd tho Injury (o the lavoa mlntmtted. .Mlfcefa must food We're they ny egg, nd thorn la usually n period . tft about rtwj weeks between tho tltnn when On first beetle aro aeon on ' tho leavte and thn limn when tho first Karller spraying fK umm In noticed ndvhted bemuse tho foltago In-- . t cfMwai In site so ropldly at this po-- . rlod'tMt lutes aprayed when half-- v STO?it.Jtvr h- - very Imperfectly cot- Ku m -w-,l-- A Liter Htikot t4 Blood Perinr TIIE RELIABLE REMEDY for RbettmatUn, Punplet, Blood ao4 Skla Diseases Strenalttens tho nerves, makes new rich blood, tnerenscs appetite. More pcoplo owe their health and streriRth to it thnn nny other remedy. Don't wait, buy a bottle today. SOLD BY Being compelled to go to Arizonr, I will offer for sale publicly my farm of 160" acres on the cut-o- ff pike 1 2 miles south of the Stanford and Danville turn- pike, known as the George R. Engleman farm, on 1-- , PENNY'S DRUG STORE PUBLIC SALE! il.tv trtte FRIDAY. D66.2.1910. At 10 o'clock A. M. sharp. The residence on this place was recently burned butj it is a very valuable piece of property as all the necessary outbuildings 3 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 land is in blue grass aud clover except 4o acres, which is sown in wheat and rye. HiuVee; onu pKIr l.'i li liHi.il ma hand mare mulos, two Rood milk cows tnn. MhIO; 700 to SW) Imrnils ot rorii. old oti Rround; S0O lmles of ha lariiifn: Implements of all kinds i two horae napvis, liny rnke, mow-na- ; mnrhiti' . tmrnws, kitchen furnl (Hit- - Hid houeeliold llirillture. 1MIMS-A- I1 10 nnd under Mill cash in hand, over fit), ;i negotiable aix months note bearing 'i per cent Interest from date of nale JOHN G. LYNN. f Oeetta. II . On jame da) and date Y W - nrd a woek lalar whun the beetle burtmi will ol l'i for twlo fiirm now ivceuiHeil by nie, conaletltiR of L'7U . Jvt, nnd thn application will not b f.VI(V0 acre, with Rood hous,. and . effooUvs. afpmylnK against the adult beetle ImiWIIPR". I stock and tnlmico birn. jeOIim than Its larv Is further urged veil HHternl b a neer IhIIIiir spring w. In hntod and fencea iJOtU4i tho beetln eats I lie entire leaf lentII condition, 2W ncreH are this excel of lam rtud therefore gelo tho poison t In It blue Rn" and will gmu hemp . vbetiier It Is on thn upicr or tinder loimcco or anthiiiR otliet larma In . auriaee Thn larva cats only thn cell K ntuiKi will nrow at lba imdr side and acrape to thn Tint !arm nlll be bold on eimv m)dlU only In ronsequenco any leaf term i Kor partlcuIa- - vine W not 4HJrrd vn tbn under aide may llurton, homersot 2 Sim-Lea- Tliurday, necember 15th, 1910, offer foi siln to the hiRhcxt Wilder tho folkiHlnn le, rllied property 71 henil mf cnttlp, :u head of 7 ) .mi.d iHrltni!e mid At of aoo to l.lwi iohihI cuttle; t.' Iieitil of Iiors lliuu IVi tn 35' pmmda. In IimikIum to 5imh1 nut nircliNer most Iicrs; 1 flvn rnr old saddle maro extra Rood; I una ymr old colt, pair extra Rood hi-n- uiiioii, li(idtd will on tu chaiiRc I tiu lo LIVE STOCK. At the same time I will dispose of 1 Registered Saddlemare 9 year old, in foal to S. T. Harris1 King Eagle, 2 good family mares subject to register; both in foal to All Peavine, 1 Western mare, good driver, 1 pair coming horse mules, well broke, 1 pair mare mules, 1 harness mare, gentle, gelding, 1 sucklingj old saddle mare, pony colt, 1 yearling gelding, 1 mule, 81 evtra mountain ewes, bred to lamb Feb. 20; 7 meat hogs, 6 brood sows and 40 shoats, 1 young Jersey cow, fresh, 1 Shorthorn cow, fresh, 3 yearsteer. ling heifers, 1 3-year-old old 3-y- ear 2-year- -old Su irrti thoiiKb thn upper surface may be. uniformly and effectively routed Wtwa we hnv large treea to deal with tbn problem of hitting the underside) . leaf becomes an almost Im- Mlbli one to solve, while merely leaf on oao side or the . oUvsr la a comjvaratlvely simple matter Or I. O Howard obtained from Montpelller a shipment of a mluutn - parasttln was v. Talrastlehua which seams to be very eCerttva In keeping down this shade-tropnnt in thn vicinity of Paris and . Jer portions of Franen "ne habits ft this tittle wnp attacks and devel In the ems of the beetle and Ir . Howard believed that, could the In sort u acclimated In the I'nlted States It ry aiatuirt doien larvae unharmed. 2-year- -old The Norieigh Diamond Wateitite jiuniino Coat FARMINGI MPLEMENTS PPPn Five stacks of clover hay, of fodder, etc. 1 i vr lantho-toelaena- e Consisting of 1 mower, 1 binder, 2 harrows, 2 turning plows, 1 culivator, 2 J double shovel plows, plow harness, 1 farm wagon, 1 buggy, 1 set buggy harness, drill with fertilizer and grass seed attachment, .etc. 1 new t ca sah. asEaHaBHaaw ire Ha i iiiM - si land turkeys. of timothy, 75 barrels of corn, 300 to 400 shocks! Also a lot of White Plymouth Rock chickens and . White HolTerms easy. A coat with style and class and the most practical hunting coat cvjr designed. Is VfaraaJta on Egg of Elm Leaf Beetle. " laiUlies . fiMkllni, r adult J pupa., k. Robert F. Scudder, Gilberts Creek. .Mr. J 1 Stanford, R, D. No. 2, OPPORNo ! on lJU btU f, h, I, Insvm. sr kimi I, ti nlriJ g, larva. J- - larvae absolutely water-tigh- t, yet light and flexible. A coat made to fit a hunter and very liberal in cut. o A SPLENDID BUSINESS TUNITY. 5134 N'o. ST rouia iroltably do nijually food work rwre . , tvot , ud Ilk parnaltes J 1. kt i. determined In a short time. thn effect or thM paraaltaa will tmt good results are lookexl for. TREE bava bean distributed (bo taata are profreaslBK. It can XBHOWING THE CATALPA YWU( Be Big ,fjdM or --i&qnx In Enough for Telephone Fsnce Posts In About Fifteen Years. Is bound vnth leather, has leather-covere-d shoulders, tn-- outside cut-i- n pockets, one outside patch pocket and baa lull game pockets throughout the entire coat. The corduroy collar fits perfectly and when turned up fastens with storm strap. The button holes are all worked with silk, stays at the straining points. Has ventitaud under arm gussets g and adjustable cutis. The is by a new process that is really water-tigh- t. water-proofin- .apflns-- - i)ei)nne polea ami fence posta In For Sale By , About fifteen jears An acre of ground GEO. H. FARRIS. eiU pnluce from 3,001) to 4,000 fence A'DARGAIrT . poU and such posts aro now worth. it! I a acre ot land in Lincoln conn-h- . In fifteen yearn . about IK rents each About 11 acre ol flno tobacco they uilll probably brlux twice at ltnd, and 14 acr of flno bottom , mucii, as timber Is becoming mora land. (Jood tobacco barn 3448 18 oaroneivery year One year old traea feet tf cave. This barn U ne Othbeat to plant He sure they er buildings aro old. Good chunco tor and come not too fan innirono to make money. 1'rtco 13,500 liaaithy c.froai tbome. 11 uy none but the va-- Sro U It. Hughes or V. - ,Mcl'arty You iAvtT .known as "9pacloft." 1,000 wUl, A REQULAR TOM BOY for i4fcavie t pay about (10 per ftaa Suite climbing trees and retices, , rod troea. jumping ditches, abUtllng, always get lAie ground should bo plowed and cuts, sprains, ptttB. aa good condition as for corn tltiK Ktrntcucj, or scalds Hut bruise I laws - The rows ought to be about olght feat iiiiiipo, burns, Her mother applies llticklon's Use a AiiiIcj Huhe Just And perfectly straUht. aArt mid uire her quick. corn iuarker to set thuw juat right, I Meals everything healablc liolls, inget a good xtart cut them tern, llozcitu, Old Horet, Corns or After they backt)iarly to the criuitid Don't bo Tiles. 1 r It --'" cents at l'eniiy g Unit? afraid 'to cut, as iney win no an ine rftoiu. stronger for thu pruning On good Klder Junius tihellon. uur of the old-- i soil where tress are not too much crowded thy will grow from five to st of the Shakers, died Itm utunlay. tveu feet the first year Some of the, He mii 7.1 years ot nee and was well Mercer county. Ho rallnxtda ar going Into catalpa growJ helmed throughout two months and !: supply of good traoa, butj had been III about Injr to go to the fourteen tibakurs tncj la not much daniror of overdo-s- ; Hie first to who arc belnic iiued for by fid. Heo. lha business llohon. of llarrodsbunc, who' recently Wiught the Shakers' propertr cutalpa Rrove fur These trees will grow If you want a coat that has class, style, and yet room for any reasonable "bag," investinext Into gate this coat. A nice story 8 room "nek spent Sunday at nnd hnll, two porches; fin reoldeiire two cellar; splendid well at door; good barn; coal wood and buggy house. On sanio lot Uiuce Daughert) Is on tho a Mr frame tore room 22x4P containing sick list a splendid stock ot general merchan.1. Henry Spradlln spent Sundav dise, all the buildings Mr. are in Rood of his repair. This property Is on Main at Stanford with sow-m- l street in a good bualnea torn, and friend the lot contains abo'tt two acres ot Allsa Willie Cordon Traylor spent land. Will sell at a whole. All the Im Sunday at Crab Oi chard with her sis- provements go at $1,750 and the stock ut spoils to !vt- - tnTu'cs-- st " ". cry ter Mis. hon Klsli. liberal discount. We hao thin option .Mr John Traylor Killed 3.J rabbits lor a quick ale and at a biignin. . Tuesday Act quick See U It. Hughes or ' " - T W lfit hliMi utin ll!W np.tn J L. McCarty. " '""" on the sick list is hble lo l.o out again GOOD RESULTS ALWAYS FOLLOW Mrs. John Traylor and datiRhie.' Iho ue $i Foley's Kidney Fills. MUm Polly spent Friday morning with TUoy aru,. upbuilding, strengthening Mr. Henry traylor. and soothing Tonic In action, quick Mr Olllc llreedlove who him been U' In roHiilti). Shugurs and Tanner ,ltli tho N'a) Is at liomt wllh father Mr James lireedloo. COOCH 1. Itf tutrl ut the Condition ot LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK. lt9Dort3f he (.'oudltlonof b'Uanlord THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, I at Htanfurtl, Ky In the Mtnte of Kmilucky, at Htantord, In the Htato of Kentucky, at th nttbclouo( lmaliiv.4. Not, 1", 110. oioseor ousinei.. Nor 10. 1110. KESOtTRCKS. S Ixiann und Discount. It Overdraft. icund and uncurel trojwsit oJ3 1SS7X7W u. n. iwnui io lecuru circulation toeosa 6ll,H)CU 1'renilunu on U. H. bonds . U, H. ltondi to tcoure circulation ,. Ieooa llond., securities, utc Kte. Itoiutt, W4 Hanking bouse, furniture and llanklni; bouse, turnltura nnd tU- 5,374 13 . lure. re- Duo from Nntlonnl ltanKnot otaerrent estate ontil... i firm rreuiii-nt.- i e UOtl uuo irom uiionuuiankstnotre-ervoaiient.- ) l)uo from Htu tu awl l'rtvato Il'ki ... . Due from Htato A Private Hankn mid Hauler., Tru.toomp'. A Hankers, Trust Uo A Ha. II ID nud HuTliiKH Hanks,. lngs Hanks JI.TJJf.1 Due from upprov rd rx sum agenti DuvfroiiiaunrovedreurrHiKruiit. I'heck. nnil otliorcnsh Items i.mm S5)U) Dtiecks and other ensb Item. Note, of other National Uank no st in iran.uu fractional paper IS Notes of otherNatloual Hauks h nd cen ti SMOt Kruct'oual pupi-- currtney, nick. Lawful Money Ite.orve In Hunk, els, and cents III art 00 vlil Hpvcle st r Lawful Money Keserve In Hank. km not U; Mpetlo..... Itfd vniptlou fund with l'. B. Treat- tlSibi 13,1.7 :,iTOu urer (5 rct.of circulation oo if 3 fund with IT. H. Trms, urer i pur tent, of circulation.) tjjooa pr,,itH a I.onnuml 1)1. count. t Oirdrufw,fcur-uundunwourt-- ursoCHcrt. rfK.TW .,....ir - .. 1 r jeiinl-tvud- 1 lHl fl nHESSED Kot ors of Honey cough "BLACK IN YELLOW." rAND r!th ruJl -- "football colors" but the col the catron contulnlns; Foley's nnd Tar the best and salest remedy for nil couglis and cold. Do not accept a substitute but see that you get the genulno Foley's Honey and Tar In a yellow catron wltli black letters. Sbugars nnd Tantier. For your olennlnc und pressing and the best, laundry In town the I.oxiiig' ton laundry. Take them to Wesloy Johnson. Ho has un expert from tho city, does fhst clabB vork. Try him In tho Interior Journal building lin.1 J.rnnm i.i. tago, good barn, blacksmith shop and all other necessary outbuildings, well watered and feuceu cioso to cuurvu Staufotd Ileal Estate Company .yf .,,.. boved cot- - Kta -, t tO.OUO a) Capital Ktoekpnld In . . ... . - SO.0II t Hurpltu fuud Undivided profit., let Bipenw. Hayden (looch ot .jar Kings .Mou, KHM and taxi. puld....... WW iu ntain died at his homo October '17 Ho Natloiml Hank noWtoutiUndlin D.M) M Due to other Nut. Uiinki and hud been confined to his bed only u Duo to Hlato Hanker. , Hank. A e row days and Ms death came ns u Due to approved re- erveannH to his many frleuds and loed Individual deponlts sub- . I6TJ SO Jecttoohick. ones and a great shock to tbem .Mr. Demand (VrtlUcnte ..of t,0UO CO Ueiw.U CJooch was ati yeurs ol as,, and is sur Tlmtrerlltlcuteof Wed by Jilb wile ftnd two cnlldreu. N'ot depo.lt redln-onatand bills He was .i sou of Mr and Mrs. John Kill, payoble. InctudlnuCertlflcnte. Wesley Oooch, ot tho West Knd Ills ofdepo.lt for money lorrmed ll,8liM Ite.ervnl for passim away will bo sincerely und VTAxm a; deeply mourned by a wide circle of Hlate of Kentucky. ('ounlyof t.l Mr (looch was a member I, V. it. HrlL'lit,ruUIroftUU)e-nomfilonds tho hIkiv lunik, do und deputa Tor .tutement I. liiinly theear that uiy knowl. ut of Uic liuptist cluitch true to W. M. HutouTiQo.blvr. the brightest shore with the enuom-tur- ylgd and U'llef. nnd wtiru toM Lwfore. mv tbl. Huburlli N. "Wull lone Thou (iood and Fulth IS diiy ot Nov, 1h, W.W lUDdl-ri(lorrvut Attnti W It Htaau,..T. (til Seivnut.' His fuuoral was preath . S 11 Hliunk. Dlrwito. oJ at the uliurcU by Iter John Single and ton to a wldo clicl0 of friends loved onus He was laid to rest In the little cemetery neuf Kings Mountain -... l'rl-ra- ta sur-rrls- DEATH OF HAYDEN i.iniHTi..n. ,mLI.VIIILITIK.H - Capital Htock paid Iu Hurnlu. fund uuaivldeu pronti, lust expense. And tiivi, tnf Nnttonal Hank notes' outjtaudlnc Due ttfoa Individual depolt.ubJecl to check .' it.mand crllHcals of deposit w.cpiu, uiii. renncouniva toTru.lOo.A Sv"g Hank Due to apivpriHl lUwrvs Agent... 60ll I.TMSK mjmm IjMSS 3.MTS llllts payable. Including t'ertlil-- i ales of Deposit for money borrow rd . Heseryedor taxes tu. Llm-oli- d n tit Nuc-Httll- 'SSS?M.nJ. i. namctl tuk, do oleninl swear thut IZT above statement Is truo to the U)liainr II. . HvuiiiiKAM.Cailiter, Mulm-rll- . (I and saurn to Uiforu llth day of Hepi, Hid. Vf M HHIOIt ma Nihi. r, OorreutAtUxti IIookr,J M IHtttu. s.T.IIaril.. Dlrentor,. t.ttl'ffl ,i,'". .. riui,rx39 J., r M V Jl I '. RURAL TELEPHONES. :t,ir. .......8 THE STANFORD, IttWTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAIl Maltc your homo m mwlcm for your family as a Ice, MR. PARMER: yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations rcsWcnco, and place by means of our telephone enrice time. at, TV': . .' i Th! can bo ran rot for a sum that is small compared with 6a11 or .Aires, our nearest office ,01 write direct to the benefit, received. ..... r leadnuarters, Nashville, lenn., lor wioriimuuu If you are not at present enjoying telephone ecrv.ee, wo cTn Immediately interest you. Our line cover the States ot Kentucky, JESUS IN GETHSEMANE SiT Stl Um f SpkUIt Am Fni Sampri For Baby's Ills FREE a. 50c Jar. of Bring this coupon lo our Mora - Lnon Qoldi TlB-Jtw- Tenne.ee, Illinois. Mississippi, jgg$& BRtBuS ,D'1 Tt-M- ti , n-n- . TMtTh lilt Um hsiwj Something can and must be done for the puny, crying baby, for the child that refutes to cat and Is rest less in its sleep. And since the basis Haraory of all health is the proper working M:M-of the digestive organs, look first to Boa of rasn li b- - the condition of the stomach and of tanar.- - mu. bowels. M, 111 laeTbta Kr. PMf Palmolive Cream Wo have a rca tilnrsSte jar of lite, famous Palmolive, Cream for you. Il won't coil you a l!roBronATRn mlaaicht and I o'clock. Xrtdsy mornta. April 7 T momtnf of of Oi CmrWzUn. U FW TH rrdan of Osthsamsss. on tk Urwar lop e lbs Kount of OUT. cppoalU JtrummWm. aa dr STATE BANK J & : J ? CAPITAL STOCK STANFORD, JB. President Vice Presidents - .. KY. TRUST CO., ! ! 0,0OO Officer: - J I ' ". ' J. S. Rice. J. C ' L Tr'I' Foter S As.l.tant Caahler Ha This lesson U fall of swsst Whan wo sator ths garden of OsUsMmans wo boar tho rotes that cams to Mom at tho burning bush: "Put off thy shoes from off tbr fss: for tbo plars wbarson thou stands la holy ground." Wo trace tho walk of Jssua from tbs uppr room to Oetbutmana, tho route of tha offloer and oolrtlon from Caitla Antonla, and tha return with Jmui ai a oaptlre. algnlftos The word "Oothsomane" "an oil prii." of wblch there wore certain to b srreral In a locality then ooTered, ai Mount Otlret wai, with sol-nlty. J. H. "An oaafern garden differ from our. In that It I chiefly flllyl with fruit Z trpoo and fragrant nhrub. rather than WE CORDIALLY SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. with flower bed, and (hade, not or chiefly der or bright color, I what studied In tts construction." The gar- dan was nearer the Kldron, which ran batareoa Jerusalem and the Moont of OJlre fejT. the fact that Jesus ofttlmes reeorted thither with his dlsdplea (John 18:)), It I probable that It was KENTUCKY RICHMOND, a suburban pleasure ground, or beWill be Glad to longed to Home friend of Jesus who ' igarej hrm the free u of tt daring his Serve any of his stay. Lincoln County He took with him Peter and the two Friends and Acsons of Zebede?, James and John quaintances. These 4era the three who had seen hl glory on the Mount of Transfigure REPRESENTING, PETER BURGHARD, OF LOUISVILLE, WILL BE ttoo, and were twit prepared to REASONABLC AT with htm These were tn GLAD TO EXHIBIT DESIGNS OF M ONUMENTS watch and pray They were to watch ALL WORK GUARANTF.ED TO GIVE SATISFACTION PRICES. with htm. In sympathy with him. and 'against the same temptations In this hour Jesua needed human sympathy, even while he "must tread tha wlnepreas alone." Three time ho went to them during this season of $ "0.000.00 prayer The more loving the heart, CAPITAL the more helpful Is fellowship and S 50.000.00 sympathy, SURPLUS Evejy wle person accept ...$34WW0i)0 of all the sympathy and help he can RESOURCES W. M. BRIGHT. CASHIER, get. To throw this away Is to reject ASST- - CASH one of tbe beat aids God has given us. "Jesus was tn the prime of manOIREOTOJiSt hood; life was Jnst opening before Shanks Stanford: V. O Walker. Stanford; htm; his sonl was eager for work, and Creek, Trniw OliD-!; Paxtm Sta-ib conscious of rare capability to perK. U HubbU Lancaster: iieo. Stanford; form It; his death was the end of all W. II SH. iks Stanford; JTT.Niiano.l.-- Stanford: Preichcrsv.llo; W. H. C His human hope of achievement. Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek. earthly career. In this dark hour, may T C. Haakln Lancaster; have seemed to be a failure. It the future was veiled from hla v(aicp Only a raw dUcdplea, Instead of afloiioua e kingdom, and thea few at&ot to him! Where were the fruits of STANFORD, It was hta hour of dark hi life am, with ta future vslUd from his. ORGANIZED IN J8S2. eye wttk Its reeurrecOoa and ascea-teaCAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. and hlsealf King of Kings and SURPLUS EARNED, $22,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Lord of Lords. This reiutrd tha at- heroism of faith. ComUiwi Absolute Sit ety with Satbfactorr Service. Modem Safety Nevertbelesa not aa I will. Not as Uie of our Customer. We Solicit Your Account. Deposit Boxes for deatratsle bow. But aa thou wtkL What ta rear loving wisdom you IRECTORt. OFFICER. Ntots) wise sjtd beat. This Is my I do not merely , H. Baughman, F. Reid, Grayer and desire. I. S. Hocker, President;, rahJBtt to your will, but desire tt. pray M D. Elmore. J. M. Pettas, S. T.lHarris, fw tt. "Underneath that awful agony H. C. Banghmio, J. F. Cummins, tbsjt lay, mtlllocM of fathoms deep, H. C. Baughman, Cashier. S. T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, aaaaoved and tmmovakJe, tha Intense V. W. Saunders, Ind. Bookkeeper B. C. Walton, J. SHocker.J desire that hU rather wish and will R. Harris, Bookkeeper J. W. H. Murphy Thl Morlson be lone. should prayer. "Thy will be done. contains the essence of faith; a faith that ex- IH olire treat. John ealli tt a garden. u 1 imiiiniii KENNED Y, , Stanford, Kentucky. 1 but the rhlld refine them b eauaa of their tuid tate. Have you ever tried Hr Caldwell' Syrup IVpiInT It I a IMuld tonic that famitle have been u lng for a quarter of a century It l mild, plmant-taatlnr- ; and prompttv ef frc,lv?.. R0d Ifor you a well as the child but thre nothing hotter to be found for "htldren They like Its taato you will not have to force them to take It. Klrat of nil. If you have not yet usd It. I)r Caldmll would like to nd ynu a r.amplo lx tt f e of charire In thti war ynu can try It hefore builr; Utter when of Its oii cin get It of iiur drm-t'- t at tlftv centi one dollar i InHtle ut a thotiainrtaanl of other fnmlllea ai .lolnaThe firri of Mr D W Pri'ir of atriltonv'l Pi a well n th.it of Mr A p Jobn-.of Walnut Orove Tenn jtitte.l wfi It In that way and now write that It la -' one family ne celtv ncTt to If vou nre unfortunate enough to hire a alrkly child one ctven to nnd lndlctlin vou ahoul I en 1 for a free pimple, o tli.i reinclv Dr Caldwell peraonally will plee1 to (five ynu anv medical advlr-v dealre for yournelf or fnmllv p. t inlne Jthe stomach, liver or bow ! ab I te' free of charge Kxplalp you- - cns lr I to veu In "T and he win replr unply send d"tour ample Fof hB name and addreo on a rKistnl mrd "r otherwlae For either reout th doctor a ,, Dr w a(JlJrM cnldweii, it.twcnld. WSlI building, Montlcel.o, III, a Iron-- A child should hTe two full and fr movement of the bowel a day Thl mptilng- of the bowel I very Important, as with It come clear head, a llfht-"- .' of ttep. good appetite and sound leep. Ilut It la equally Important to Know wliat to rIv the child In tho emera-ene- r of constipation and lndlei. ' nun .iwmruci nre too strong ana aalti and other purgative re not only too , and do as the ad direct. We will ihen aive you absolutely free a full size jnr of Palmotivn Cream which we ordinarily sell for 50c canh. You'll find thi crenm the mot delightful (lung of ill kind ever made. cent. Cut lite coupon Housekeeping. PncificMonthly.Rrd Hook, Woman's Home Companion, Ladies' Worl J, Uncle Rcmm Mag-minDcc.lsttipsof Pcople'aHomo Journal, Delineator, Designer, New Idea, Blue Book.Grccn Boole. Nov. lOtli Collier's Weekly. Nov. 5th Saturday Evening PoM. Nov, Gt!i llluslrnled Sunday Mntfarine nnd Associated Sunday Magazine. e. from llie Nov, is- sues ol to ood It's en- ." ' tirely new nnd lins m-r- 'lr T.M quality of BssslLil,7' JJwsassslsssl Palmolive Doap, the tiicen of all toilet soap. Look in tho magazines for tho Bring il lo litis store. coupon. PENNY'S DRUG 6TORE all the HM I f- tilr FURS Parksville HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS ANO HIDES Wool on Cammlnlon VVrlta for prlct- lilt mentlanlag Ihli ad, e JOHN WHITE & CO. louisv7lle:ky. 4&BW tallBia FIRST PASSED THE POST sym-.-patn- m Cittcoln county Of national BatiR SBWiSlRgiigg f Bd6ESTER FIRST NATIONAL BANK, KENTUCKY for-sak- Tho editor of Hie Hnrdemlin Col., r'ree Pice tolls of an Interesting nee tlitml " fell nsU-ei- i In n elinlr nt Grand Jnnrtjon lust Wednesday night on our wuy home from .Memphis In our usual snaked condition nnd let our train lene us The iiotel clerk told us to go up ptnlrs nnd take the room on the right side of the hnll with tire Inmp burning low He snld he una crowded and we would limo to double tip Willi a man We went up and pulled off our things and went to bed without nuking our bedfellow, who was sleeping sound with the sheet over his IhjiI to keep off the muskoeters w. fell Into the arms of morphine we seen n young tody and young gentleman come In and sit down by the window At first they talked so could not hear what they saiu Finally we heard tho little miss say ' U lllie ain't you ashamed to try to kiss mo right hero where we nre up wth a dead person1"" Wc felt curious. We slowly neiched over and touched the nose of the man we was In bed with, and seen at a glance that he waa dead all right. We riz up Instantly and It was n race to a finish twixt us three for the bottom of tbe steps. It is useless to say we was fust pas tho pot by two lengths. We didn't skeer that couple any wuser than the corpse skeered us. We walked through thjo country to Pollvnr and wired for our clothes bv express." He-folow-b- e alt-tin- g Mrs J II llnnklu or hi not ion lit) Mary Wester. United In sister .Mr Hold Satin day. 1 PROFESSIONAL AND UUSINl.SS CARDS ' They have but recently married, her Ollice oter II J. McRobern Strnlord, K. maiden name halng been Miss i'earl John II. Parks, of Akron. Ohio. with M mother Mt Annie Parks. Bank A. Truit Co Office it II. G WlUoti, of l.lvingKtnu, was a STANFORD, KKNTUCKY. rrient guest of II A. WosUrfield. MINKS HOTEL, Mis C. A Ulundford has teturmU Moreland, ky. Abe Minks Prop. Mm-- . fmm it ltll to relfittttw at Wood New hotel nnd stable opposite deK pot epetlal rates to tratellng men. J. II. l'.owor wile ami children hate K el ythtng brand new Single room. at tetiirned to their home at ,1 . M. NEWLAND Representing The ter .1 vh.li to hit. iwm'ntx Mr an- -' Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co. Mr V M Uower Tbe leading anmml divldcmd ComMrs. J H. Ilrnun ilstled In r slstet. pany. Its dlsUuctton is due to adherMrs W W' Wright Ih Danville lHt ence of successive managements to the principle of mutuality. WfeU. Mrs. Mary IMln Hankla has re W. W. DURGIN. turned lo Junction City alter a wiek' DbNTlST. sister Mrs. K. A Urown visit to Offic at Residence. Mrs. I.ueien Gregor ot Sprlnglleld. CRAB ORCHARD. KV. who has been a giest of Mrs, D. A! DR. T. W. PENNINGTON Kwlng, ha cone to Semern't to IhI Dentist ft lends there. A M and 1 to 4:30 I'M Hours S Mr. and Mis. Jerry Urlaroe, ol otttce Myers House flats Stanford Ky nnreburg were guest of his motiier. DR. W. N. CRAIG, Mrs. Susan Hrlscoe, for several dayh. Ocullat and Optician All kiNcAid L Poster, Kindt of Insurance, Nothing but th Oett CompanlC. att hr Store. lodger, of McUrayer, Dr. W. A. Urown ha WINTER TOURIST TICKETS pects an answer FLORIDA AND ALU SOUTHERN RESORTS ON SALB DAILY GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1011 II. C. KI.SQ. TO "Thy will be done raeaus far more than merely enduring tbe suffering God sends. It means doing hi will tn our business. In our homes; every where living according to God's law and principle. It means carrying out hi plana for the redemption of men. Tbe prayer was answered throsgh the strength given him to drink the ettp, and change It Into a oup of blessing. It waa answered ta the earns way that God answers oar prayers, as God Pi;nte Tor Tutl Partlcultiri, call on. or rlU l TL tt r..it. Ill I.. .Hun St.. IXXINOTOV, k. St. Asaph Hotel For Sale LARGE COMMODIOUS aoipm HOTEL PROPERTY AND BASEBRICK BUILDING OF 25 ROOMS DESIDES THE KITCHEN BASEMENTS MENT ALSO TWO LARGE STORE ROOMS WITH STREET IS FOR SALE IN STANFORD ON MAIN pSrVATELY. HAS A LARGE BARN ABOUT 100x72 HAS ABOUT 24 fi?ALLS LARGE LOFT AND LARGE SHED THE FULL LENGTH OF SERVANTS HOUSE LARGE COAL HOUSE THAT WILL HOLD 2& OF COAL. LARGE DOUBLE CRIB ETC. THIS IS iSScOFTHE MOST DESIRABLE PIECES OF PROPERTY IN THE IT IS A SPLENDID PLACE TO MAKE MONEY. SELL AS A WHOLE OR SELL THE HOTEL PROPERTY IN AND KEEP THE STORE RCOMS. ALL THE FURNITURE HOTEL GOES WITH DEAL. THE OWNER OF THIS PROPERTY 7 IN BAD HEALTH OR ELSE MONEY COULD NOT BUY IT. SHE HAS MUST GO IN THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS. IF YOU nrciDED THAT QUICK. THIS A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR WANT IT YOU MUST ACT A answered Paul's prayer that the thorn la hla flesh might be removed, God answered Jesus' prayer by giving In a better form than the one tn which the petition was stated, the out of his prayer, the things that In hla deepest heart he wanted. If clear ly before tbs vision of Jesus there bad appeared two choices, tbe one of es cape from the cross, brat with that also the failure of his mission, the triumph of evil, the lose of unnumbered souls, nb crown, no glory, no abiding on the right band of Ood, and the other choice, that of the cross and Its agons. but with It also the redemption of the world, tha Ineffable glory of God, the Joya of millions of the saved, the crown of triumph over svtl who doubts which would have been his real. Innermost prayerT Hlr prayer waa answered, for the cross was changed to a crown, Oethsemane Into paradise, death Into Immortal glory I,o, Judas, on of the twelve, came llkel) tn He knew where he would find Jesus, becauaa Jesus was accus tomed to resort to this garden with And with him a great his disciples. multitude Including a band of Homan soldiers, Jewish officers, captains of the templn pollen, chief prtesta and elders, and their attendants, such as Malchus, followed by a multitude of people, with swords and stavs, Ian terns and torchos and weapon, Ju day betrayed Jesus with a ktss The Q rook means "hiss again and again," containing 125 the Holllns KotV section, it acre. Mr James W. Hnnkla aged 67 year died last ewulng at his late home in this village. The butlal took plare Sunday attcrnoon alter a funer.tl b Rev. W. T. May. G. II. i'reston pent Mr. and Mr Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs LION FONDLES A CHILD In Pittsburg a savage lion fondled 0. r. I'enn on tbe Rolling Koik. tbe band that a child thrust Into his ruge. Danger to a child Is something A MAN WANTS TO DIE gnfit when least regarded Otten It ronies through tolds. croup and onty when a lazy IItt and sluggish They slay thou- bowels cause frightful despondency. whooping cough. sands that Dr. King's Now Discovery Uut Dr King's New I.He I'tlla expels "A few doses cur- poisons from the system; bring hope could have saved ed our baby of a ery bad case of nnd courage: cure all liver, stomach croup." writes Mrs. George II. Davis, and kidney troubles: Impart health Flat Hock. N t . "wo always gie u nnd vigor to weak, nenous and ailing to him when he takes cold. Its ft US rents at Penny's Drug siore. Aonderful medicine for babies." Heat for Coughs, Coldh, a Grippe. Asthma, THE REV. IRL R. HICKS Hemorrhages, weak lungs. 50 cents 1911 ALLANAC. f 1. Thial bottle free. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. The Irl IC. HIcks Almanac for 1911, that guardian angel In a hundred thou and homo. Is now ready. Not many Skin Affections nre now willing to be without It nnd the Rev Irl It lllcks Magazine, Wort! WHETHER INFANT OR GROWN nnd Works. The two .ue ouly ono ERSON CURED BY ZEMO dollar a year The Almanac it X'.c AND ZEMO SOAP prepaid No home or office should jll to send for tnem, to Word and An Unusual Offer Drug Store says to every Works Publishing Company, 8L Louis. Penny's person, be It man. woman or child, Mo. who han hn Irritated, tender or Itch lug skin to come to our store and procure a bottle of Kemo and a cake of Zemo soan and If you are not en tirely satlstled with the results, come to conback and get your money fident are we of the ellicacy of tbls off clenu, simple treatment, that we nmkc Ky PRESSED STANDING SEAM GALVANIZED ROOFING. sold his Urm carried In Stock acres to W.'r. May, ol Large Quantities SHOP, Stanford. EADS' TIN 175 per 'Phone 114. JOHN COOK Veterinary Surgeon and dentist. Specialist on ll horse and animal Stanford, Ky. Phone 194 disease. WILL ADAMS Livery; all kinds niture packing. Stanford, Ky. A. C. of hauling. Phon FurITS PUCCAIEES 8lne. State Commander Stanofrd. K . STANFORD TENT NO. 7. Mgiit. Monday tth Meetb Deputy MASONS' MEETING. Lincoln Lode Mo.au K.Jk A. it. will in atstnl communlcatloD on rack Orit sail tblnl Moadsy nlsbtacfMCh moath.st T: o'clock la irmlr ball on main alrerot, Mumtxraof alitrr lodgtaare V. Htao-rord.X- 1 . mt Iu InrlUO to b nlaaton Hea. Kor pmral. T.' J. J. BELDEN. a and aim palatini pspsr tiSilss : usggy ;. Unnlua ot all kinds auch sa torui recovrrd urta4a sad bootatnartr Htoporrr Aldrlir'blk nilth thop Wvat Main Ht.. Hlanford Ky., I'boneNo.trS. J J. BICI.DKN. boui, carrUff dm-;-;lT- -- TT& N. TITHE TKBLE No.lt Houth.lttMr. h. No, at, South, ro:li A a. No. J. North, W a. h, No.lt, Nortb.BHV r. M No. , 19UV A. a. JOS. 8. RICE, Asjent. FALL IN TOBACCO. No.W.llWr. a. f King GOWANS Externals tub ct IIrN MILL tt nu thin untlMial offer. ZKMO la a clean iiquiu ur cn.-iiia- i n that has cured no many cases ot eczema, pimples, dandruff and other ... n rorms oi Kin erutinuu. V.mA nmt ev. .KMO soap are sold by druggists erywher,, nnd In Stanford by l'enny s Drug Store. 7.BMO and ZKMO soap i are tho most economical a treatment clonnest and omst effective or Bcal''' for affections ot the aWn person .vliettur on Infant or gmn v.. Sells itself wherever introduced. Imitators have tried to imitate, and substitution has been attempted. But once GOWANS always Gowans for inflammation and congestion. SEP-ARAT- E Foley's This indicates the action of Ha. Ule I'ursons. Kidney Villa "l have Creek. Mich.. Illubtrntes u sovero case ot which a "bladder trouble for BOTH SPEEDY AND EFFECTIVE kS, Tab1 SOMFOR FURTHER PARTICULARS SEE L. R. HUGHES OR W. L. SK1 ROOMS ALONE ARE PAYING GOOD INTERE8T rrMi,AND ONE OF THEM IS LEASED FOR SIX YEARS. ON oQNQ A BQ DU8 c OF THIS PROPERTY AGO THE HOLDERS .. NESS. VfEWYEARS THEIR HOLDINGS NOW ARE . .... ctorf n'"6 Kidney nils. ine "and" pAlns"vU ...... lani'i-a 'Kch'nno... ti,u l"'" It gives ut pleiisiiiv f ireon mewl lion una Vri'lur.Uioii for InllMiinmtlon, e.ec.i.r of tli throitt mill chctit. He i;n (louiinx I'lvfrnrntion for m.w.v hml n eomiiKtliil. 'team iiml never UVHUSUTUS DUlli CO., Iliirliiifflon, V. C BUYTO-DAY- Bating Uavt) my i I HAVEtT IN THE HOME 5S a? .., Later Judas over "kiss tenderly wbahaed ltb remorse ended hit Ufa. Wdni' pills "? ,,,y lormer lr0U,)W1,' Uighest uri.mry Irregvr-r-. utpadv use of ioiey a me entirety hf Ull smigars All UruatUla Catmint, SI, RO. DURHAM, kf S.'.c. N. C, COWAN MEDICAL CO. 4Hifiihai4 fnt lntlil (Danville Mcasenger.) ThU Is the day chosen for the tobacco sales and tbo selling begAn at the I'eoplea Warehouse on Herryvlllo street 1'he buyers were on hand this ir.ornliiK but tbey did not seem to vant tobacco, The bids er0 very low, botno of the ery best uold lor $16.60 a hundred. The atcruKe price hsh 7 or H cents u pound The tobacco prospect looks a tittlo K loom j Aa long as tbo pool hud to trust by the throat, tobacco uu high The Independeut Kfowers independent buyers ultocuOioi with the trust broko up tli poll and the ptlce of tobacrs seems to bi on tho down crude. It Is lo be hoped that Ihlb not ho but that tlM conilltlons or the sale thl hereby wtre uuruvur.iblo i lorninc leilups JilR cu luj: Uib, low price recommendaUon l I p.uex ttt piewtil at another sale and Tanuer n IJl mjymKrmf HUDAV, NOVKMIIEU 18, 1010 THB STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR jtiURNAL. PAOB 5 Sped-Price- $9.95. Wc $13.60; will sell $14.95. For Choice of a Swell Line of Suits in new rough materials, worth 17.rf0 - $19.95. , 1 : you a Tailored SuR that usually scllt at tll.GO to For a line of high class Suits usuually sold at $10.05. Special Price $0.05. to $I8.M. Special price $M.0.P. ? j "J?? t - 4 , , i tn he with Mrs. V. I). Stone who died at Liberty last wek, was burled at the Huston vllle cemetery with appropriate services on Sunday. She was a widow of the lato Dr. Stono a well known Miss Kthel Hankie, of Junction City, has been rlslUng her sUter, Mm. J. lurneravHle spent Sunday at Stan- I'. Oreen at Ixndon, The pupils of the first grade of th ford. Graded School, will bao aurprised many ot Miss Kmma Look her friends by giving a party In hon- their annual autumn exercises In the or of tier coutln Miss HatUe Hogle. chapel of the collego building, Wedues dav afternoon, Nov 13, at 2 o'clock. Kveryono there had a good time. Kflle and Susie Lunslord, of Admission 10 cenU, children under 13 Misses Turt)emllle spent Saturday evening 5 cents, Come and encourage the lit tie ones and help them buy some Mis Kmma Long tli,. Hubble section. Mr. Ilo)il Weutherrord of Huston- vllle, has been with friends in this city for a few days. Mrs. C. K. Mont. gotner and daughter Miss Hesslc, ol Liberty, hate been recent visitor here. Danville Messenger. Mlsa Ilnttle and Nettie lloglp of Special fouUln pens for school use Mr Ham Lackey, of .Mercer, spent cents, 1 and II.2S at I'cnny's Drug reveral days hero last week. Store. Mrs. Henry l Karris continues quite 111 at the HL Asaph Hotel. Mrs Frank Lee or Mlddlesboro, Is PERSONALS. C the guest of relatives here Ur. Lee P. Huffman, or Lexlnxton, Col. Sam J. Kmbry continues qulto attended the burial of Mack lluflmiui, low at his .homo on tbo Lancaater lid cousin, hero on Tuesday. ike, but Is makllrg a gam? light nnd George Harris, of Lancaster, I hrtp Is about holding bin own. log out at Ua depot for a while. Mrs. HctUe llarnett Is visiting her Welch Rochester and Tom Phillip eon, Krnnk Harnett In Danville. pent several das In Marion county J. P. Holderman, of Homerset, ua after bird. hero this week with his brother, Mud Mr and Jim. II. U. Kupley arv In He waa en route to 1'lne Marlon county, guU of their daugh- Holderroan. 1IIp, where he goes to take ch.irge o; ter, It. It. Ilourlgan. Mr. It. It the electric light plant. hunting while here. Mr Schrocder and Miss Annie Klsh .Mm. Annie II Miller, of ML Vernon as hern this week actlnK ax steno- tack of Livingston, brought the formers bab) her0 for 'burl.il this week. grapher tn circuit court "I be little one had died alter u short Col. John Hoblnson ot llarrodihurr They were guests of the Ulceus. as here Wednesday, eu route to Misses Straub while in the city Crab Orchard, to attend the .National old rcn ol J. T. Oooch the Vox Hunters' Association. Mr ai.d Mrs T. W. tloocb, Is III with Squire Jarae McKecbnlu suffcml typhoid fever at school in Cleveland, nn attack of vertigo and wax iultt Ohio, and his mother left this week III early In the wcrk at hi home In him 76 i SEVERANCE & SON, material lor hnndl vorK Miss Jackson will present the pu plls of the department of expression and physical culture next Tuesday evening inn the high school chapel. Admission free. Doora open at 7 Stanford, Kentucky. R0VAL Absolutely Purm SHORT LOCAL NEWS Hi, Good stock ot runs from Geo. H. Karris. A $.50 to nw pudding at fruit cake and seedless plum V. 11. Hlggins.' Try them FRESH OYSTERS AT NEWLAND'S. Baking Powder Royal is the only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tli,. ladles of the Christian church will have a bazar and exchange on uext Wednesday, Nov. 23. The time nnd place will be announced next "My Wlto's Family,' a musical comedy with fun from begin nlng to end, pleased n large crowd ou Thursday night at tbo Stanford Opera House. The production Is the best fecn hero In a long time, ana It was gratifying to the management of the opera house that the people camo out In goodly numbers to enjoy It. Miss Lllgdcn, the star, was a dream, and her beauty, magnificence of costumes and flno work delighted everyone. The Thcbus brothers In their hong and danco stunt, and In all their work were very fine. Manager Wallace Cutter ha a winning company nnd puts on a show that is of a ruuen higher class than cities the 1.I70 of Stanford gfrrally have the pleasure of seeelng Homer- Wray, ot th lUeC1 Telephone Company' Jjctf ' Tennessee plant, has had a crew of llnmea.cn for several days putting, up n.w wfnsou for the Increasing Duslneu. of company, and putting- the old one i ehapo for the winter. Tlwi 8tAtarr ' Water, Light & Ice Comp&sy has Tu--c - Manager ta. -- - been doing some work oru In prcparaion for the winter. w)rs. Louisville i-- Nash;ilH mUromf placed an order w Ith tho has see Coal & Iron Company for tons of stel rails for dellvnT Ihe Teew -- llll aW The population 1.11,10.;, lue. Air Tight lleau-r- . II. Hlggins. tho market at, nnd see It. A new best ou Stop 1 Tartar Italph JohnRtone, holder of the world's altitude record for neroplanes, on Thursday fell f.OO feet while at tempting a spectacular dip at the Denver aviation Held, and was Instantly killed. of MemphU, according to the new ccaw a gain of -- 8.1 percent la lOjcara-- i. population of San l"raactsran Increase ot T4,i:io, or'-X- tt 1900 Te 416,91- -, - .er cent o;cr The Teachers' Tranlng Class of tho llaptlst church will meet with Mrs. K. L. Kclnhart this evening Jt 7 30 Instead of with Mrs Clifton o'clock. Fowler, who has been called away. am prepared to set sale dinners al reasonable prices. Wring your sau sage In and let me grind it with ray new electric grinder. It does the fin-cand quickest work. J. C. Lynn. 1 Leavening Efficiency No Ahm No Ume Phosphate Highest in cold, bronchitis, or Troubled with cough? chronic lung trouble? There is a medicine made for these cases Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Your doctor knows all about it Ask him what he thinks of it. No medidMr can ever take the place of your doctor. Keep in close touch with him, consult him frequently, trust him No alcohol in this cough medicine, y. CAytr Co., Lowell: .Iasx. For Coughs and Colcfe a some A hard f-- jrt Ifc , cents. Tea or Tablets Tanner. I awny appetite and make you weak and sick. Itolllster. Rocky Mountain Tea restores the appetite, drives away disease, builds up the system. 35 fvnttntlnn. lndlcestlon. drive Ayer's Pills. Dose, only one Sugar-coate- pHL AI vegetable. Act directly on the liver. Sold for nearly sixty yean. Atk your doctor bo?rJn- (- Shugsrs and ltn The Judge's Advice On Hanan Shoes: will be at Crab Orchard Saturday Nov. 19th, at Moreland Friday, Nov. 25th, at Hustonvllle Saturday Nov Tho penalty 26th, tn collect tiixes. goes on Dec lrL Meet me on above dales nnd settle. W. U McCarty, t WINTER I m Sheriff. 8CA !r r- - ' tinvm & & & o & &&&&& Htrr something good for I, J., read ers: The Cincinnati Post dally one year, the Interior Journal one jesr nnd the Post's beautiful mil Wood land Calendar all for J:' 50. This ot fer U good lor both new subscribers aiid old ons who renew. The Calendar Is a beauty, while most e ory one knows what the two papers are. This Is n bargain. Send your subscription to the Interior Journal at once. office. Loet. Between my house and town Iron roJ about Jwo feet long, painted nmi (promt Iinnil bUKKlc 'a of" load bintler. end one carriage for sale, fence red, a part llros. dry cleaning and pressing Frtnch door to Btatc Bank voxtfl and lecclns neatly done, next iii, nine 75-ammunition, also gun C. F. (ianiett nnd gi.ns and eleaners Georgo li. tarns. Tho play "Miles Stancflsn" will be Creek church Family" come lo tho eUeu at the "Mv Wife's hnusp next Thursday nlpht It next Wednesday night Admlssiop mrn will be 15 cents; 10 cents for chilIs said to ! a laughprouucci right. dren. Those who bring boxes will be $100 Reward, $100. will be folTh mint ot thh rPt U Vr4 V admitted free, as the pl.iy er)body Ut bw M t to run lo tirln Hurt, it that a lowed by a box supper. Un bl U I ou U lu li ue uul mitdm bu 73-t- For Sale. Some K I Red pullets and cockerels and Toulonse geeee. Apply to .Mrs. V. J. Kdmlston, Crab Orchard, Ky. Let tbo I j. oruer your calling mrils; wedding Invitations announceFinest work at reasonable ment" prices. . For Sal( 10 shares of Hunonvllle National Bank stock. Apply at this GOATS styles are correct and the prices; as low as quality will admit. V 1 bought direct from one leading manufacturers. Our Line of Ladies' Coats were? - ot tlies THe:: if ,.. vt. I U M W. E. PERKINS, ' V, R. Hughes CRAB ORCHARD, KENTDCRK' "Whenamanisside- i t. swiped by fate of his best girl," says the rr IUU1 CaUrrb Curt la Uk ooljr lb Invited. cur dow known m tho mrdkAl rrntrfiutr. OiUnb ma-Oi- i -- . iwwiw. 9 f?22?Jr bolnf a "Uncle juiiun) onead, of Adair uken tlcoil tintmeot. lloJla Ck rrh Cure upon tbo blood nn4 mucoui UmUly. uitng dlrrctlf a ot UM (Titcm. Uwrtbr dntrorlnc xtA county, died in Lincoln, while on rurt rmnjitloo of Ui dMn ud lttof ut potlOt up tM routltuuoa mi visit to relatives last week. He wa ttreoftli tr bwUdUf trorrlrtort kro uturo In loc r wak. age and bud spent considto imien I lb In Id tunurt bowrrt tlut tbrr oSrr $2 yearn of Ui to Oo llundmt Uoliwi lor my ttt Ut It erable time with his daughter and run. Dend tor lut ot tuUmon- -- Toledo, AddnwjF.J CMBNKVtX, her family In this county. Pol4 br n Drunbu. Tie. TUi um f ft ur nu tor coip4Uo Ck tllr T. W Humble W..O. Tt lit NOVELTIES a kN., Judge, "he should remember that rough seas make good sailors. He'll find a good at CUMMINS haf-b- or bxs Installed a small motor in his meat store and to operate a sausage grinder th(. work about a dozeu times oa well and as faat as tbo ordinary rcan could do It, and is a wonder Jesse electric use It It does Lynn - lir?! hubband I would'nt have to leavo Stanlord to find him You probably know tho man I mean, tne Nobleman who makes the best husband for anv woman on earth in not afraid of a pair of overalls, and speaking of rto cerlea tti) place to buy Is Coffey & Coleman" Huy your thanksgiving and fruit cako suppllea Iroin us and jtt tho benefit of the mosi complete assortment and freehest stock tne theui ext Issue. p arket arforda. Mis. R. L. Williams of Hutc.nllle. vmrrls everyone agalnht 'Hunting or lrpaBslng on her place In any wuy. The Woman' oclotlcs will Homo and Foreigu tl.o & WEAREN'S Shoe Store" Buy a pair of those Hanan Shoes and they will look neat on all ' prayer, bCKtiMlng Monday, Nov 28th. instead ot tho .'1st, at s P M. at tho church. All day meeting tVlday; open conlially .nlnn Wri.inv nUhL All are Coleman, iWltcd to attend. Mrs C. 11. MlbK Ilattlo Owsloy, secroianra. v H.v. J. J. Dickey win preacn nowland next Sunday otternoon at 3 oc'locV. bore nek of "If I BETSY'S POINTER8: were looking for a real good lhlllli)6 lire, have made a plendld tnh of the oavlnt In front of tho new and tbn steps and walk leading up to Ihe building They know ht concreting buslnesa from I We are showing tlie pet?-tie-st line of Ladies'" Neckwear we have ever shown? A fetching silk double Accordion Pleated Jabot in all the popular colors and sizes: Also a beautiful line-o- bows with hem stitched fancy borders. And our line of belts. Bags Ornaments, Barrettes, Hair goods, and Jewelry, alb the newest of the season,. Call and see them. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO.. f la 12 i rtxii P.Anrle MrkJrna Shnnfli ,..w 1I V UUUUOi tW-IW.Iw. STANFORD, KENTUCKY ML pi9 rWIE II TWt HOMI -- P.Va,HT WHArfNtKsWMJW L.THW ti -- Jaattot . .(. art tn prune 1M COFFEY A COLEMAN DHvtM. m mmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmJ T-- J "snn; PWPfejMM" ' H "TP1 '"" 'JBW'"tr rnw awr-T- rn '"'"" f"" hr 4 i , M . MMMfkA iiii"Ht 4. THE FARMERS For Sale. A few good moat hogp 75-J. W. llaughman. Kor Sale r.0 Rood ewe, from 2 to s vcara old Ja. Yowell, Hustonvllle. There came to my plac,. nbout ae!)?. Int. n red bull calt, weighing nhout Owner can Ret same by 600 pounds. paying for this notice and Ms keep, John I'rlvott. Wnynesburg, Ky. stock ewes. V. O For Sale.-1- 00 ".I'i Wnlkcr. For Sale. JO shonts, TiO to ri0 Anderson, Henry pounds weight. Stanford, Ky Strayed or stolen two broncho marcs 4 and 6 years old. one is broivn with "T" branded on shoulder, tic other ha branded Hi" on hip Hewnnl If returned to 11. V. McUur-fen W II. Traylor's ut OUUpria Creek. lor sale '"' I'0"' nml "rt wvt pood land attached The Chns. f uiglo ton place for rent Tor l'.Ul. Ward Moore. Crab Orchard, Ky It )!. f'tow. or Shell) City has ror sale a number of thoroughbred Duroc bonrs, nud n row gilts, lie also hut home, sound for rile a utul absolutely gentle. Suitable for carnage or delivery wason. Le tt's mighty cold driving now. See our line line or lap robe, storm front?, carriage heaters nr.d coal. J. 4 THE STAMFORD, KKWTtJCKYlHTkRIOiCJOPKWAL, r tar nt WT '& MStt 10 Cents a Button $1.00 a Rip Scott's Emulsion is a wonderful food-medi-ci- nc "' y "" for all ages of mankind. It will make the dclicatc.sickly baby strong and well will give the pale, anemic girl rosy cheeks and rich, red blood. It will put flesh on the bones of the tired, overworked, thin man, and will keep the aged man or woman in condition to resist colds or pneumonia in the winter. FOR 81LE BT ALL DRUOOTBTS Bead IV.. nam Don't forget the per cent will soon be added to your taxes and Is Is the desire on my part that any should HIDES AND FURS WANTED have to pay this extra money, thereNOW. fore I want to g'v all a chance to LAND ft llUCIIAN'AN f settle up and avoid the per cent. So I, or one of my deputies will be at the Stanford, Ky. poling places on the dates named below, to meat you and collect taxes and deliver to you your receipt. This will FOR SALE PRIVATELY be the tat call before the per cent Is added, so don't fall to meet us on the y farm of 105 acres m'nr Mny dales named below: 19th. Saturday Nov Orchard ISood liuprovinirnt. all Crab wood, Ky Nov. 25th. utcr.d Mreland. Friday tiecrMo outbulldlnRM, Hustonvllle. Saturday. Nov. 26th. and good orchard. Mccarty s. l. c w. itiU SAM ROBERTS, Myw,iod. Ky, p. s. At all times we will be glad to have you call at the office where we will ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. wait en ou promptly and wllh despatch. Make my office your home n tovn, you are always welAil persons Knowing tlminselveH In while come. ik utul tu tlv etiile ol Henry W. L. McCARTY. deceased, will please pay .ini eto me. Anyone lintlntr a claim SWC B PAY CASH PRICE For Alt Kinds of TttiK(TuPayirs Farm Produce I ", j tiiiT sassMlBaiBMBl l STIRRING TIMES. In the building line. We carry a full line, of llr.ic, platter, iomont nnd excrrlhlng elio need) for building, Ker thing purchased here will bo found of tbo best qtull-t- y and the best for Intended purposes-W- o will sao you troublo aad uboscm mry ctpenio by sending to us) for mi l. ro aro having lllnnk-eiixlil- estimate. t please present same to me properl erilled ni.il I v ill attend to same. S. Bljtikenihlp, Administrator, Preich eisville Ky. FOR SALE! ncilim said estate We Want J. A "' ALLEN, StMftrd, Ky. J)UTCHESS are liberal and seat makes them com TROUSERS eacy in any position, ue of cloth in hipi prominent young farmer, of Garrard county and hrotr.ei or Mr Alex Denny, of this city was In Richmond Thursday with a of fine Jersey cow which he has peotold to Hell county peoWe. Thedoing ple of the mountains ae fast with the scurb milcn cows and the best the llluegrasa are Mr. Denny received a fancy price for the Jot. Richmond Climax cat-loa- d C. .McCInry. .Vr Sam Denny, a fortable as well as stylish, and they are cut to fit, shrunk to shape and made la stay. m Sam Robinson - Stanford, Ky. mid his farm ot !." acies on tho Stunlord toad to Jason 'laylor ror .Mr. ViitUaker boitght 110 per .itn place fiom John It. Mcltoberts tins nbout n ear uso giving Iilm 110 nn ncie. June Hunter sold his Mrm to mi. s The Place C Stlcall. Thomn suld lor 17S pur liJ acies and acre. posaexslon to be ghen the rirst Mr. Hunter and Intuit) o( the year will move to Winchester where tri-Kill make their riilure borne. From Nunuelley's stock pew tAist o.i co.trl dn a red bull cair, proper! l'lease ol IS. W. Denny, of llurgiu. nolilV Mr. Nunnelley of wheieabouts or Inlormatlon as to same. t Thnre was a good crowd at the on)tho sale of A. D. Root on his place, and Hustonvllle pike. Wednesday cn-tainy In lloyle county Lemuel WhlttaUcr We Give Away The People's Common' Sense Medical Adviser, in Plain Eaflish, or Medicine Sinpubed, by K. v. rterce, ai. U., Que! Comuttinl I'hyticiia to the lnslidt' Hotel end Institute at Buffalo, a book of 1088 larie pales and orer 790 illuttrationt, in atronf paper corerf , to any one acndin 21 one-ce, or, in French Qoth binding for 31 ttaropt. tafrnpa tocoter cost of mailing Over 660,000 copies of this complete Family Doctor Book were told in cloth binding at regular price of $1.50. Afterwards, one and a half million copies A new, roviie'd edition ii now ready were given away at abo-.ior aMilin-I- . Better tend. NOW, before all are tone. AdJress Wobld's On fimur Mbdical Association, R. Vt Pierce, M.tD., Pretidsat, Buffalo, N. Y. Sur-fie- al nt Absolutely Free of Cost 34r , REMEDY for woraaa't peculiar ailmsata food anoul-- i its makers an aot afraid to print on its outtuU wrapper lea erery .iaredieet. No Secrete No Deception. TUB ONE REMEDY for woman which uoatalai ao alaohel and ao druft. Made frooa natfre aaedleiaal forest root of well ettablUated oaraUre value. hablt-formiatf ''lE ONE Amt DR. PIEKCK'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION TOBACCO GROWERS! : IP KV Beginning SATURDAY, NOV. 12th, I will buy and receive Tobacco at my new warehouse in Stanford. Will be in Stanford on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays ol each week, At Paint Lick on Mondays, Wednes- and Garden. SAtE STILL GOES. Miss Stella Noland Is visitiOK her 1!i.. Inirnlnr ol mv home will III Write for lrec Catalogue. No. Agenta eister, Mrs. S. J. Ifoltzclaw, near (no way Interfere with the sale or my H. F. HILLENMEYER A. SONS, Kverythlnj nd. on leo. Stanford. Lexington, KentueKy. goes absolutely. See ua in anotner Th,, writer takes Kreat pleasure In column. Uobert Scudder. announcing the ronrrlas of Mr. Illatt Coath. FARM FOR SALEI lluree to Miss Hesstjitpfc-en-i of this place. Tney surprised their SO aires lying t est of lull" many friends by eloplns to Jclllco .1 Highland, a good cottage nnd him Hie. fi fields fenced: lewdajs ago, where they wcro united y." .acres in cultivation; plenty la the holy bond of matrimopy Yno about or water, ueasun lor selling oui not exu-ndbest wics. vrlter ablo to wotSv on tut in. l'rlce reasonThe sale or personal property of able JAS. A. KING. 604 Kanadn Uoficrs List week was not Ky. It. K D. No. J. Box 5 ver largol) attended, b) the untlr-In- Stanfoid, ettorU ot Col. .1. 1 tluu.dlei. the s. s As I hne decided to no to .1 warmer illmate I will offer III) c. liome f r SCOTT & BOWNE. 409 Pcf I St.. New Yoc k rale, eiinlalnliiR two acies ami l. oles, comfortalde, .Iioiik' nud all etcrytliliiB sold lor Kd prices. J7"i; t'arlliiK colt liroiiRlil a mr rtcexsnry oiitliiilldliiRs, clstiTii nud ITt ye.'irx old K nnr I "": two mules sold tor :IL'.'; year!-Jri- orehnrd fiom to steers sold at $t.lti and yearling ter mile fiom t)uddeir's mill on Dlx liclfers at $4.'J0: liogs lnoiisht ?S; river, four miles soutl'. of ftnntoii) S; corn $:' and fodder lu nud four miles miikIi ot linraster shoats; npplv to PROF. J. D. DAI SON, Col.V I. V. Clinndlei cried out cents. the sale. Mr. Hoot will " to Okla- tilllierth tieek. K. homa to spend tue winter with IiIk A BARGAIN. PHONE 153. -II June decided to gle up my Held vork, therelore will sell mj hors-anCINCINNATI STOCK MARKET lung) also harness. A rare New Llverv. for' some one, will keep 11 lot of Depot Stroot, tlnclnnntl. No. IS Cattle Market Mbles testaments nnd good religious quiet nnd weak; lair to Rood shippers books on hand at my rooms 011 cut Phone 96. ct $..0tfo.7o; common $2.5.!0. STAN FOUD. KENTUCKY. It. It Noel. nfl street Stanford Ky. 10Jflfc lower; butchers and I.M)Jj common shippers $7.3b(j'7.10; FOR SALE! . 7.3."f. Sheep Market slow and weak. slow and .Maikft S20:t.C.i. U'.mbs No. 1 hanging I'ork rurm of !!' weak. i 6.10. acres, well Improvid anil well watered, G miles from Danville, l.ancaster r and Stanford on Dam Hie nnd turnpike, 1 utlje,. from 2 . i Cedar Creek . i churches goM oliod,'sloo.'nij satshop, rural routn yiinli by door. re Dwelllrg of fi rooms anu f'wo cpmnio-i'iIohi- " Miss Reul.ili Unllln has Just porches comparatively new, 1 turned homo alter spending tlino Inrgo barn tobacco monthii.ln Columbus. O.. visltlnf; her necessary outbuildings, all bVrns other In Rood (jnde nnd family. Iter man) liiendb are Klad to weltoii :ioi back. Kor lurthrr Information applv to o. r. Bright, Agent, Stanfonl, Ky spent last Miss (SaruettScott week with bnr cousin, .Mrs. Sam I FARM FOR SALE! llolir.claw, near Stanford. 1 will sell pr'rately n.y farm or Mrs. S. J Hubble came up from about -- .'0 acres, mile and half Iron. Stanford last Sunday nnd spent th Iluftnnvllle on Danvlllo pike. Hai (Jar-n?- r day with her sister. .Mrs. N. A. h.iiii... nT mtn rnnma all other neces sary Improvements and splendid water .. acd family. Ulss Nell Newiand has Rone to 'Jjn gio 'posses'ion soon. J. C. NEAL, FRUIT AND SHADE TREES l'reacheravllle to accept a position as Morvbml. Ky. brother-ln-UWnles lady In her Everything for Orchard Lan Sketch-Book11 d bai-pai- n Hoss--Mark- cCp.p.r tad thU .4. for . tw.tiful H.tlat. lUcik n4 rhlld'i Kch bDk cokLId. Ctoo4 Luck raa,. ar Turkeys Bring them in at once and we will pay you the highest Market Prices. H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. B. O. OARTEFt. YOUR LIFE MAY DEPEND uhui t'li striiitlli ot a strap uiltii toi'.e from itefecthc Don't expu-'- . otirself to ml luii I', iiutting something illinsy on t1r1im.1l. aU tur name Is eiial' to nil liieigi'lKlio J. C. McCLARY, Stan'ord, Ky. Itun-iwii)- i, har-lien- FaluTiid Winttr SwHlm$ tail and winter samples aro ready fur your Inspection. They comprise the beat on the markcL 1 ran suit any one as to price who has nls duties made to order. A suit made to your measure la preferable To havu to rridy msdo clothes. them mndo to measure doesn't rost any more than ready sude wneai Oosm quality and nt is rsv w in and 1st imeUaevl Tailor.t 1L C. .My iiov,- - now NOTICE l.aii-taste- black-Mnltt- lo li Not getting a isfactory price for my property, I will continue business at the old stand. G. B. sti7. ia J. C, McClary, JjKflBpClBslllalMsslBMHH H4aUBPPKS9V bBbsbbbbbT jsaBBBBBBBBBBBa BBBi'bBBBBBBk'BBBBBBBbKBBBB1IBBbV PRUI'f T, Moreland, Ky. a fctnre. Will Cummins. UriOisMsir and :imliamr Office KY- TAHFOPIO, TfcaslST. Home 'Pboee -- H'. 3nPmE&fZi B liaQa 'SlfallllllH aasaaaaaaaaal auctioneer. I'OOlb. Btocl: Kali- - hops hoss. M-'- "0 prices were realized. brought 7 hP',(1! nl'"c IHHHMHaU- - cows. $" to V15; one soon to be trebh 2. to HI tuare mulh takitt pair of down at $16. "r cuuonu uui aafe 9uti Tug fLUMBING helfcrp. "; I a, I NOTICE In th days, and Fridays. states for the district court o ft he United eastern district of I It, Kentucky full line qf millinery, ooodi. trlmminaa ana noion 1... niirrhiuil in tha cltv at am nainnl.hlnalv low. Tnlt stock was carefully eeteciea anaj it w'll meet the wants or imi .or any other vicinity. Z uiiii aali It aa a whole If an k .....inniii, ahaulrf nreient. CORA 8. LIPP8. llustnnvlllo, Ky. f taauaft aataaat 1 In rnailiM w"ll sell for the next 30 days! TriANKSuiviNa INSURE A YOU" FAMILY AQAINST WANT. y drit ..I... should I'o n celebration of work well none and many people pleased. That is how we Intend to celebrate. Hut e shall not be completely happy until we know that your plumbing U all right Hut have us take a look nt It nnd If an thing Is needed let us do the work so It wilt be off your mind and ours. Then we ein both bo truly gieat blnte often heads tho neirm anncuncement or a fire. What's hap-- f peniug dally, may happen to you. total toss Is a possibility to be dread, ed and aolded. You can be secured when piotectd by 11 policy Issued by W. 3. Fish's cotnpanys, which uover falls to adlust losses sparely and promptly We lead all In the number f risks carried, thankful. w. p. kinaid. A FULL LINE OF COAT K SWEATERS AND 5 Underwear i r In tho matter of tlaletue .1. Slpple Utiukrupt. Notice of Sale In Bankruptcy. Uy virturo of an order entered in tho above styled bankrupt cabe the fiidiThlmied trustee, ill on Saturday. December the 3rd. A. v.. 1910 between tn hours pf 10 o'tlock A. 1., and on the premises ex. 1 o'clock L. ,M.. public sale to tbe"hlRae'st to l,oh mid best bidder. Tor ctj-- In luind the follow Ins described propel ty. A certain tract or boundary of land '.luateU In Lincoln county. Kentucky, on tho waters of tircen rlter near post office, or Jumbo, Ky.. adjoin thlug the Denham fnrm aiid known as the Slpple rami. conUlnlni; about t7 - tMIMHHHHMsMai AN IDEAL HUSBAND r.... ha knitwa uim W. K. WARNER, Phone 1M. Stanford, Ky. W. S. FISH STANFORD, KV. PHONE 280 L. IV L ZANDERS. Crab Orchard. Kentucky. acies. This Is n lino farm wull watered, e nearly nil bottom land and will from four to 8 barrels of coin to the acre, a good dwolllng house and out buildings. 'liven under my hand thla the. Uth day of December, 1910. R. A, DYUIIK. Trustee. POSTED patient even with a nagging wro needs heln. She may healta bo so nen ous and run down In (The hunting season la upon ua and that trifles uunoy her. If she Is uiolau Of nearly everyone wants post l,l ooll:il,1p iruuhled with Ioshcon- - place. The chnrga Is 25 tocents his cash sleeplessness, r.ppetile, ..ttnatlm, nr fnlntlllC UOd diXZT SPellB. with name.) Klectrlc bittern tho most K. B. Denbam T, A. Ulco. ;he AI. J. Hoffman wonderful reineuy ior " J. V. Hughes. Al. V. Thousands or suffers from feuialw J. II. Acton 1. S. Hurrls troubles, nervous troubles, backacn., J W. Haughinan. nni,, wenk kidneys have used them y. I(. IlaugbmnD, J. II. Haughinan i.nuiihv nni! linnuy Iry Will Cordler Frank Cordler cents. Satisfaction theim. Only M. H. I.ytlo. Christ Jacob. nuaranteed by 1'ennys unnnw. Dr, O. Carpenter. James Smith. .. i null Imnroved farm- .Mrs. J. o.i It Daugherty. Alattle White. Salem, houseof 20 ncies, near Alt. John Al. Cooch II. C Anderson liolu aud kitchen lurnuure, wii ML I). Al. Anderson A. r Tniylor, forming tools. I. ii. Woodson. J, 11. Thompson J. A. I'otter 4y:;3 Salem, Ky. O 1. New land. J. Ii Hustle. Harris & Woods. It. Curtlb. LINCOLN COUNTY FARM FOR SALE Mrs Al.ittle II. Ilewoa, crop goes 100 acres In tine shape; (inn llulszl John Al Carter with. Dettor come quick. J, M t'red Vontlruenigiin, J J. Klllott. Waynesburg. Jocob tlundrr, A Klelbasu. id lasts Salllo and Dottle Cat ter. V Carter, J. II. lurter, Kor Sule. A handsome pair of K. lUllutfleld I.. S. darner, unlomllillv matched:. suitable for -. ....-H. t'. UauKhman, lred DiUKhman carrluge or karaes team. J, h. i s I YOUCANBUY m asaaaaaMMaa-- ""' ' Your coal cheaper right now than any time ia the year. Let "us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel. Clean Coal; No Slack. Hoy-nob- Krlll I, VV ... Phone 11. J. H. Baughman4c Co. hor-ion- jus y. fnrtftf. Mn- - - wmiw i