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NO. 78. 1 itcv Cunnon ami Mayor Smith nro holding it piotrartcd meetliiK al the SEVERAL PROMINENT ATTORMethodlkl chtiuh COMMISSIONER'S SALE! NOTICE OF SALE NEYS OF DISTRICT WILL I)r '1 hompsoii and wife have j?ono Lincoln Circuit Court, Lincoln C u cult Court. PROBABLY RUN to I'lntliinntl on hualnesii. (laar Scott A: Co, Plaintiffs, vh Jnhn Trnyloi s lirs, Plaintiff, s I.endrK - Alcoin --That nn damage llarvi) Helm -- That It car") so easy Uev. T. II Slratton from I'lke conn Wltli mi piolMhlllty that there nlll W llusell Ditlion, Defendant. ruiiH immuti me i. a; ni men again. I) is hue at present taking a iifiit John Iruylor's hrx, Defendants. ho opiodltlon to the Hun Ch:irlei In obedlrnc,. to u jmUment render- - i Hum term Pursuant to a JtulRiiient to Lincoln mtetliiK- Joe Hindi) rhnt deputy nittMHH . iLudlii, of Meirer, for th . demo- in the proli ailed uiiih"rlt"il Thin he " Otoixv " (' V l.on was called to his in In the above styled court nml nc circuit court rcndeied at Its Novetu Mr. only have to work n fnw weeks each li.H'k In (leiK old Huh' iiiMlle. cratic nomination for Circuit Judgo Hon at tho Novemlcr Term, DUO, tho ber teiiu, It" in, in the above styled iitoihem btd aide Tuetduy. She in the ajeclal election lieu year to Irtlnlld-llui- t taupe, the undersigned commissioner undersigned coiiimlsslcii.-- r will on he hnt Prof. J W. ey iow with typhoid fecr. MONDAY. DLCEMIlHIl Utli, 11)10 p ill on ivnny 1 hat there worn no uiude (he lfKil ehoo, th,. Iiv4t known (III out the late ludKe M. C. HauHey'u horse Attorney J l Uolhwell, o) linn unexpired term, It la expected that 1 1910 HtTtte hero on legal business frourt day) nt about o'clock 1. M., MONDAY, DKCi:.MIi:il 12th. more litlirnrie to Imi pulled olf tliix ill the will hold a i.irttir wis In front of tlii. court Iuiifc door In nt I o clock P M KosIiiuMj of the i;ut Knil Thfit the illidlcl committee in front ot tho ida). once n Meeting coon and cill an early pripub rout t lioi.se door In St.mford, Ky, ll IVnn). of Danville, Is Slnnfoid, K , olfcr lor wile at Dr. V J. C. McClary 1 hat Hunt II mi ml Idu fox liji.urK dor.t unci but mary to illipoje of the mailer. Chair ur. on the lic outer) to the highest and best sell at public outcry to ttio highest IpihIiiih several days hunting vnto dim thou rhnlt return" In writfenny, of Lincoln conn six months, tho nnd best bidder, the rollovvlnR desIt. I. Kylnlinrt T'nt ll.iny plnyid man t!ior l.il m ol lis uncle. Mr. David Scott, bidders, on credits of ten tit them all ly (omuiitUo, Is'thalriuan of thn ills i following real estate owned by John cribed property personal property, 1 II Up fKo"ull giiun Hiurdu). . ... ,,, ,, Mil Lie. (loilien section .... iSrimcs llcazlcy Tlmt ii titilrab ... to wit Travlor nt the time of his death John Menofee nml Vilcli Ilochcutir l.lll LUUtUllliV aum nilV UI WV VU4II- i:nrtj; hasn't openul up )ct. mltie. loKtthfer. No 1 The distillery property of Oiif. ten horse power traction englna lint the mat fchov itiow n kooI V K ShiiRttrs Tli.it bo's tttll In An Unmerited Rebuke With thu Judge's nice prnctirnlh nbo'it seven acres, near (Jllhert's number 3S07, and the appurtenances ciowd tln clt rouncll U now he lla)-Creek depot, bounded by L k N. It. It thereto belonging manufactured ley It it i 1'hnt i'i'. time draw, hultlctl, nuirli mure Inlet Vurney Tanner That h pot that ItlK ilcchiCil 111 the Hiicregnlon to the i.fph a"d Uaar Seott & Co. piece of aenplnne wlnn .ii Lexington EVANGELIST The purpose of said sale Is to sati. Atloiuujuhip when UNKNOWN as No. '. So much John 8 liaiighiuan Thai thrtt lo- - Commonwealth T. SIZES PREACHERSVLLE fy n debt of $200.00, with six per cenL I, Nevvland That he Rot waretiouFf? U llllirhvil tl lam. .Mr. Hardlu h!i..II have Rene IiIkIic.lies east of Gilbert's Creek and Dud- - interest ti.efeou .. .itio rrmu ...II Mllti . lilll tJi... l 111 store papered. PEOPLE. If Pitts .Mr. iiaruin win not lesiRii uont nix derar's Mill counl riad, contaltnng until psld and toO.OO the estimated ilbwnnl Camnltz-rh- .it . n. Florence That he was at lnt ....... ..r ...iu irni.pillnir. for which Lurn ilfiin i 'vant n;e oilier Kittlonitl present position until utter the vlec Ilev. 1 II Thornioa, an Itneintit njw'it 3 acres h to fool n girl. redred !n h ... .......... r..lf ..T jvdsmcm linn 11..Vn f. Hon, for his filends fi el that there tv.tngellst, who IlnUhed a protruded tt lliv-,- - L..II lldcilt lull iu temu do J II L II. Hughe 1 hat N mt relit In LRUe aLovc styles case. ', liU-m- l ITli-ri- ia . S. advertl- - I need that he Mould and no reason meellii? bcie Saturday niRhL Is now bnnp the debts nnd costs then 1U(' Tho snlil sale will bo made Tnrma Miiiirtlmcs obtained now. vhy he khould leave a vacancy lor at IllK lift Inn I lip e. II Ijllflliet!'. i.niKiixtir holding a meeting there ucie-- of the ho.no place on the west on n credit ot six months and tho Harve MoHnberfH- - That creanipry .N W riv . Th it he row live In tho nppoii.tineut of an uher rcpubl1- - The nurchafer will be required to give here continued for l'J side ol county road; the division line i.n.xi nnenble to the commissioner .Muck still pay well i nil to oflKc to maki ii fight on him SUiii'oril. day nd ieti ted In two prolcoilonu to be mn from Hittfmans corner on and npproved by him for the purchase lniy "'M.ip" Saunders Tint hi next Noveiubei Did. Xe-- t land lliMI 'l(lir) ( hi Is li. the lllirtl Altei th.. last service was over, tin) said road west to a point at or iuar price, tho same bearing six per cent miu. .erentl) raised. fier lt'lit clecllon, he will resign, and minister tald tie could sale, having the liil beoiiil.'i not ad.-lsthe Lc Hollzclaw corneied on (illberto Interest lrom date of I ?. Hocl.oi That First Natlotml Dr J (1 Carpon'ee-Tli- al he wai nn a new governor ol Kentucky v lit (.Mi.ciis to Join the li.iptlst chinch Creek to make about 1'JO acres, mak forc0 and effectbyof a Judgment, and In fti',1 ronshlcied giltcdKid lien on the proper furt hei secured vc been elected by them, and, In i piesldiiil of the Sl.i'.o Mrdl hole, but rathct at Uineaslei or else- - ing this parcel bounded on tho North ty sold herein. This November 2?.nd lloawr Wrny That the knocker ilicted rroDiiblllty a democrat, it Is believed (,il Society wiiile, as tlje church here wat In by lanus of Ilufrman Holtzclaw, and 1910. ire r.ot niter him like Uiey ate the Jotso L)rn Thut the electilc , ihlt n Democratic (.mentor villi have jioor condition spiritually nnd county road GEO. D. FLORENCE, M. C. L. C. C. he lur-tii- John Tray lor; East by 1 hor.e people In Dnnville, C. C. Bagby, Atty, for Plff. tho oppolnlincnl of a Demotrntle com RrimUr works so well Traylor and McUurfej; west tald he pitied the Cnilstlnis who South by "Tubby Wilkinson That ho got on monwenlth's attorney, until a special had to live In such company. Daptn-PreMiytprtans mid COMMISSIONER'S SALEl That W'c by Ollbert's Creek. ih Jury again ths co.irt. election to iill that vacancy tlitrv'vo set u icd such good paKturn. 4 If It should be necessary the No. Lincoln Circuit Court. believe md nro lead to liore, that Id.it D Wearen That Urn other V number of prominent attorney Ilev. Thornton has been misinformed, balance of the home place ot about U I. iviiiculd That the pjol rail J. R. Cook. etc.. Plaintiffs, vs Ella Tellofts somctlm net the lire. in the four counties of the T nlr- ed ihlt J ear Defendants. nir (oiiiiiu.nltj. In general, will very 31 acres, containing the Improve. joMln etc. to a Judgment Of tho Lin- -i Wl Spv prance That the nw Pi'rsiinrt Everybod) That It looks lll:o Stan teenh Judicial district composed of f.ivcn.lily ccmrare with any in our ments. bound on tho noith by lands auto still riuiH fine .in xirmilt pnnrt rendered at Its Nov I Incoln. Doyle, Mercer and (iarrard ford will get that new Ueixit. State wl.cn It come to mornM', so- - of Uvoive Ulch; east by county road; ember term, 1910 In tlo above styled the new homo Will Shanks Tl-.I) IIiiU ami W. K. Warm r Th.it are being mentioned for this honor. i: biiely and iutelllgeucc. The Dap touth by lands of Huffman, Holtzclaw cnue. the undersigned commissioner Ir nAAilni; completion. cold weather just will cause water The Held promises to b0 full of candi- tlst church lieic Is an institution and Traylor. viil on W II lllgglns That Jack Itout has 12th, 191(1 pipes to burst. dates and no one would be surprised which oat l.ad an unbroken existence If it should be necessary to sell all MONDAY. DECHMHEIl tm In decided not to et nwrled thl K. C, Ualton That he's In a coun ic see one fron. each county In th place It will be ilrst otrer- - at one o'clock P. M., In front of the for more than a century, nnd though the home 1.lt. district. In some countiet. several disasters have evei assailed utid cue ed In parcels as above indicated and court house door In Stanord, Ky., sell try where no Mies aio nee Jed yet. W. H. Muelkr That wedding presbeing '1 hat the hiitiior the follow lne described I). M. Walker hunting prominent barristers at accepted t lines let a evtr present, she still sails then as a whole and the bid ents hare been In demand reemlty. Is oK'ii at last. lor the honor. Among those on uuscdtehd and undismayed to flnul whleh realizes the most money. The it public outcry to the highest and teiikon JacX llcazley Trat little .Minn Ilea real estate In Llrcoln county, Ky.. a Tf.urman Tudor That turkeys get most frequently hmrd or are County tt tunir.li. She may have faults and iininn nlare Is bounded on the north .ri. nf tilrtv nrrea of land, bounded e1 anil is the siveetest ley In doing Attorney Kodnuin Kceiion, of Mercer, l'nperfe ticiir. we deny It not, but we by lands or llulfman. Holtzclaw and on the north by the land of Kittle ripe only mice u year. thine ever. Lph Pennington For that sweet, Attorneys Henrv Jackson, and Km f el that, the kingdom of Cod has not Moslcr ard Lee Holtzclaw; ease o King, on the east by tne lana or uro? e Adam Ptnce That he did not catch ana vv. Cook, on tho south by the land of piett Purjcur, of Hoyle, County little daughter been advanced when an utter Strang- - the lands of J. W. Holtzclaw tl.nt foul of shot ally higher. Purr ell. and on the west by the land loseph Hoblnson. of (Iarrard r corneal Nunnelley That StanAnderson into eur midst and trys to II. Traylor; on the south by the linds of Ttoinas Shaw. Mlts Ella May Saunders That the lord has gotten to bo about the best rmnly Attorney W. S. llurch and I. idmlnlster an unmerited rebuke. McGuffey, on the wct fsnld vlnd will be sold Irrm.-T- hi. of Traylor and Mcser the hats, net, the bigger tho rattle market out In the utile. 15. Pnxton, of Lincoln Creek and the lanu ci on a credit of six months and the pur h.ij he- Mrs. Mary Ellen Anderson, lillls can be made. ili! chaser will be required io give oouu Ye Ldltor For tho countless evt ten visiting Mist Carrie Nay lor. Lee iloltzclaw. containing about Alfred renre That he U considerover thlu npproved by the commissioner and ot klndntss of the papor'.i S.mcilford, of Laneastei has been acres, a here Is a passway Miss pavable t.i him, the s'vrae bearing six ed "But" In the list of matrimonial Many frlimU, the plump turkey pro Pleasant visiting the Misses Carpenter. Little tract to county road from iray.or per cent Interest from date of sale, ellgloles. seuted by Its good frlind T. W. Uoocn with lien retained upon the land sold . Miss Sara May Pettus ot Crab Orch- rnd Mcvluffey tiact. W A, Trlbble That all these V.. Harmon sold to O. W. Paugett to sect re the pavment of said bond, rnd -- that dollar you aie going to of the sales Is to sauThe object and ef ard was visiting her teacher, Miss Ila call for more furniture Traylor and the seme having the force cue hog for Hi, and also one to M. band In nxl week. mis I'eilus. Waliei Jordan is visit ng tho ry the iudebtness of Jno. of a Judgment J. W Hutchcson That huHliieis Is and the J2nd. 1910. Francis for JS." .aiuily of his rath' r. Ilev. It. F. Jor- amounting to about villi booming for the State Hank and GOOD RESULTS ALWAYS FOLLOW A number of turkeys havv been Honds with GEO. D. FLORENCE, M. C. L. e. u. dan nt Corbin and will spend some costs of this proceeding. Trust Company. the tiae ot Foley's Kidney Pills. sold In our community at 13 cent! required or the P. M. MeRoberti, Atty. for Plfflime 31 Hazel Patch hunting. Little rood secuilty will be J. F. Cninmlni That the I. J.. They are upbuilding, strengthening per Commissioner iKiiiud. COMMISSIONER'S SALEl .Miss Ruby Parnsh visited Mrs. W, purchasers liable to Ooesnt call on him to fix Its carotin and soothing Tonic In action, quick Quarterly meeting was held at the v ' n In results. Shugars and Tanner. bearing 0 per cent. iiirnII. Pro.vn. Llncolu Circuit Court. engine oer once a week. M F. church Monday and Tuesday lore' Plaintiffs, vn received from Lexington nl cale until paid Uavlng-IhWord got three Dink Fainur That he's W. fi. Mcflee'shrs. morning, Ilev. Stratton ihe presiding mates ihr.t the condition of Mr. and and eftect or a Judgment and seciv.l W. (?. Mcllee's hrs. defendants. more jcar to serve as Jailer. Moreland elder "vvll" nsslst In th,. revival for n Mrs. Klmore, recently sent to thu by lien or. the land. This Novcnoei IVrsinrt to n Jiidgment of the thea several dozen prospective cmdl. In few days. Thanksgiving service will nsjlum place remains 23rel. 19H" .. clrcilt court rendered November ....1...1 ran... m iia ther0 ftom this illte That It onlv 3 year till anoth All (icoige Slelley ;ias almost torn, Ic-- held Tuesday morning at ll:Jo in the sume. L. C. C n el CIRCNCE. M. C. CMinty term. 1910, the undersigned commis wwwr. t County election . . Cleik (1. II. Cooper That ploled a six room box house on his IhU pi ice. Kverybod.v In sioner win en We Jook lor two weddings here by J. B. Paxton, Atty. (or Flfl. MONDAY. UKCi;.MUEH i.m, On laHt Suiidiy the children con Xma anyway. Tie matrimonial out1bc rjr.itrrluKo llcenxe huitlnesH liaa nui i. m mill lot for Dtiiis Crutcber and the dacted the Sunday school at tl',. Hap- - look, v.as never brighter. at one o'clock P. M.. In front of .v, , rami! COMMISSIONERS SALE! 1crn ntltcltd by the high cot of aramuiu, rouit house door in to the highest church which was done vury sue Messrs Jesse Itoult. Tlionms Pur-dotlile lall. so.d some hojt I till 11. Thompson Lincoln Circuit Court. sell at pabllc outcry v and Kmll Dlshon went rabbit cefulv. The collection amounted to E.ar Foley nt 8 eenU. John Hes"1'j.l Whlpp That the le It vi and best blddr th following Proper-tMcCormacU PlalntlU. Martin a country Sun Tnr bunting recently and bagged III ran to 7 Kxtia good for la Lincoln county. Ky.. The said M. O. iniRtit fine In lind Addition. ter at $2.10 delivered. Joseph Illffes Hrs. . dny school. ro.ls and 13 poles of land." Clarence Tute 1 li.it It s mlcluy bits on Mr. W. (i. Iloutt's farm. sold a tvvojearo'd mare mule Pursuant to a judgment of the Lin- property bounded on the north and Improved his resihas A. (5 Ml and Mrs. I). II. Fox Jr. huvi Hue, to live. Jlti"-- '. Prultt coln circuit court rendered at the east bv the county road, on the south to a southern buyer for Ji'dCr, J. I. Ilalicy ate ilunkiichlni: and will board Mr. and .Mrs. Moore dence with a couple ol crandas and Thompson sold U0 bariels of corn November term. 1310, in the above by Sandusky, on the west bv theturn-pll:Station nnd CoKey's Ml liirke with 1:1s son, J. C. Ilailey, nt moved to Mr. Mack Moore's place a i ev oat of paint. to F. - tVonipson at styled cause, the undersigned commisItclng knonu as the toll gate Mrt. Joe Motlet Is spending and then nurse. t'rib Orchard. Messrs. W. F llallaid, P. E. Pariish sioner will on with relatives at Cynthlana. ""Terms' The said pioperty v. Ill be The mother's day exeicUeB at th" "Uud" Knihry ThntH thtrcH all I S. A. llallard, Thos. Lunsrord, Wods MONDAY. DIX'EMBEH 1'JtU 1910 Miss Cnice Wnll is with her ami" on a credit of six months, and a ct.it for him l.. ii.o ma'riiiioutal Muieland public school Nov. tl were Caipcnter and olhcis of our local at 1 o'clock P. M., In tront or tho sold putchastr will be required to give llike, eten thoiiKh the odda ale 10 attended by about 'Ji visitors, Id or Mis C C. Oooch nt Stanford. attending tho National Fox court house door In Stiintord, Ky the sportt are ""imtssionur armiHi v Mr. and Mrs. E, Harmon spent Suu-da- j whom were mothers. tSome brought o t a,;nr. it him. meet at Ciab gpll nt public outcry to the highest bond 'pujablo t n'n. ror the purchase Hunters nnd Georgotown friends. with cent six Col. Joah Sop( That circuit couit their dinners and spent the day. Ilev nnd best bidder the fallowing describ- nrlce. the sai.'C healing or Orchaid. lien of Ml Cooige (illlllalid and vvlto Palmetir conducted the opening exei iome but three timet a year. rarks' gilst mill Is now In ed real estnt.. In Lincoln county, Ky , merest frcm dai land sale. wit. XUo c!d. upon ho King's Mountain, were visiting their iMiin cists ' thrift again. He grinds your Two acres two roods and 18 Doles of retained ImvlrF tho fori o nnd efrect ii. runnliif. order cald bond Hob Coffey and Karl Coleman The funeral or Mr Harrison took nm Elmer at this place. That gitat. shoes your horse and almost lMid. beginning nt stone In front of of a Judgment, rhls Nov J.' Il'iu. nnd wiro oi Oolltli. C. L. C. C. Walter llouton I hue th. same dny tno lieu public lhe are at l.it their own bosses. knocks you down with kindness. ihereon, were a GEO. O. FLORENCE. M. Plff- dwelling house Dripping Springs J. B. Paxton, Atty for n Kloience That he tool; cxercliiOj. v. Ill be Friday Dec. Hth ni lnd.. wero with relatives here. work vioo. Mr. J T. WellR. of black oak was called for in orlglnul W H. King who lias been at Hit Mattel CoininUsloncrshlp Instead i :;u P. M. 10l tells us tint the four-- eeks old chl'd boundary, thence S G7 K 10 COMMISSIONER'S SALEl Ins Mr. iKiiinhiie McKay, ot Moieland is iu Cincinnati loi a short Mine of tiid ltepubllcan nomination for of Sam Holmes which was severely poles to a stoue In Jenkins line, thence Llnco- -i Circuit Uoitrt. home. night clerk Tor Ml (!. D. McCollum sculded rccontlyjs dead. Wnvecsbuig Deposit Hank. Plalntltf his line S 59 K 'i'i polos to a stone In Ilurgln U vvlth Oonre Hogue. of etc., Defendants. Mr. William Leigh Is thinking o' Will W,uicii That he. Kit off to g" stone In said line, a new corner ot vs C W. StewnrtJudgment to the LinHU Iho homclolks for n fey days. Henry Tungate. tn0 20 yeai old sou Purr.unnt to a buying the Shelby City mill. iHiiittnK al latit. with sanm sick Us'. ot William Tungate, ol the Hush the division line, thence coln circuit court rendered in the Mr. Fleece Evvlng of Liberty ram,, tather It. J. HoKe b. on the I'ontniaster J. C. Fyorence That W 527 21 poles to tho old original nbove stvled cause at its November Dip ot Marlon county. N Miss Hulli Alford made a flying Draneh section can't touch up Sunday to visit relatives and at tlio Democratic lonKt-okwith same N 84 K 27 7fc term. 1910 tho uuderslgned comraliline, 111 a nanovv escape Ironi death when pa thence the begnnlng. to May wood. tend court at Danville. j job. poles to 'MONDAY. "DECEMBER 12th. 1910 Hit I Diiiuo Humor has it that a weddlns ho fell from a persimmon tree. Mm W S lllllrm who hnu been Jim IIiH:iim Thut tho co'irthouoe The purpose of this sale It to satis- at ono o'clock 1. M., sell at public our wciniiy. landed on a slat fence and one ot thn In I i.lL frit u.iArnl mnnlliu Hlpil nt A A. M will take place juvlnc U alfuot llnUhed fy a debt ot $116.10, with six per cent outcry in front of tho court house door t.f( nnnlev -- That he Is still the Mm.dnv. Shi was barled In Shelby Evirybody guess slats penetrated his body. Ills con March JlJtti IH0 In Stanford, Ky.. to the highest and Padgett retureiid from uttlon Is critical, although! ho N do- Interest thereon from jcit) cenntery at 10 A. M.. Tuesday Miss Ora Jasiion plato or until paid and the costs or tlilt rutlon best bidder the following personal pro sho Irid ing well as could bo expected. r!;:ht--I'h- .it the Lincoln guc W. M. two daugliteis, Mrs. W. T. Somerset Wednesday wboio a Judgment lot which has theicfore peitv, to nlf Three shares of stock In the HiclnmUon and Mrs. John Simpson s n nt a few duys. Uanii is on Iho farfauied llonoi lloll duiigh-oi- . been rendered In the above styled HUSBAND The purposo Deposit H'Uik" AN IDEAL Culdwei: Is .vlth her M, Hweeney won tnu liiiiiiUouni Mi i:d this year. with a nagging wife cause. of this sale Is to satisfy a debt ol C. Iliown Tor the winter lb patient even poual- - hh,T pnek clothes bnish in tho K O Mis C may Thht the tux W. L .Mn'.iitj will be SL)in.00, Willi "IX l"'r cent Interest lor ho knows she needs help. She TERMS. The said land Ellas Harmon is visiting his ion bo so nervous nid run down In health T M spoiling mutch u few days ugo Horn September 20th 19011 Tor ty ;oes on roon sold on a credit or six months, nnd the tlereon Judgment has been rendered in V. '.ee In Marlon county. S. H ir b -- Thut he in ba'fiK thut trifles annoy her. If Bhe Is molan I hi chaser will" be rtqulicd to glvo which ot llio above styled lit turn Mi. nnd Mr. Deny 1'iultt who ills choly. excitable, , Doubled with loss AND mentioned"' Tor Coininoiiweultli's.Aisale will bo dressed IN "BLACK lot ins 'Iho sleeplessness, con- bond, iia utile Io the coinniUslotiPi-anof theli piopcrty beio some eppctlle. headac!-YELLOW." posed . i L.incj. ninde on a credit of tliree months, and nnd dizzy spells approved by lUm, the fca:no nv colors" but tho col- - limp ago have returned fion. a trip stipation or tnlntlns blttora the most payubte to tho "Football iho p.inhaso price Judge J 'n itiite- v- tlmt nil tho Lleetilc .ml effect or a JmU e iiuiiilssliiiior, biirliig Interest from contalnlns Foley's now living at their sho meds remedy foi alllns women. nig thu fmro wonderful blame for l.tmolns bad nmd Is not U(mtJ, ai(1 ,,.al. U() bost n(, saUht up north and ate letnlnid upon the laud tli date or sale, with Hen retained on n.iiit wlili Inn Thousands or suffers from remalo cough remedy for all coughs nnd old home place mlel on lilni pavnient tbereol the properly tho said, bond having tho been Hull' troubles, nervous troubles, backache o secure the have 10 colds. Do not accept it mibsUtuto but Jacob Nance Mis force and effect ot a Judgment That bo doesn't Jeff Mill kidneys have; used lb;m Vovcuiber 22nd, 1910 This aim weak eo u,-tho genulno Foley's loscd for severnl das. November 22nd 1910 healthy and happv irj GEO. D. FLORENCE, M. C. L C. C. pay omcc ,ont nnd become Honey and Tar In a yellow catrou GEO D. FLORENCE, M C L. C C. Satisfaction -- That Miss Verna Wall Is surferlim Uw&in Only 50 cents verdict w,Ul back lcUera sbugara and tho Little Uoney I niter T. J. Hi, I, Jr.. Atty. for Plff. J. B. Paxton, Atty for Plff. iiuarantefU b)- Penny s Drug Stuo from throat trouble liltu ory well. Uvr, f.i.t1.tt.i.i.i.i.:j:lRACE LOOK HUKU WHAT THUSU WERE THANKFUL FOR .. poR HARDIN'S PLACE TO BE LIYELY King's Mountain GOOD INVESTMENTS IN THESE J Master Commissioner's Sales 1 j.ir Oi-- t. t. , s CRm,01;8 .., s -- TJ"! iiru n -- ce-tio- e tan-nK- Hal-lli'ti- d Pont mar-Tins- .oie'u e Lin-col- tt vlt-d- rmanr " Uv-tn- tt Ken-ncd- ' f few-day- s I- "'- 11 pr V eon-srett- h.-.- d e Wny-iiesbu- 'l N' h-- s y" 8t Tan-wtune- d i AHFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. . Dispatches reetived by officials HOUSEHOLD CARES. I operations who Wtnicn ef Stanford the 8 me of nre In touch ! with the revolution-Ir.ef the Francisco Madcro as rmev.'iere. leader In Mexico, atato that Tor. 1172. Establish Iliird to dttend tu tho limi'tholj Ircon nnd tloinet Pnlaclos, railroad polnta, nro In the d'ltlos lih n oi.Fi.ir.lly aching bark. Publisher HELTON 8AUFLEY iinmte or tho revolutionists ana mat A woman si tutd. not tune a to, tho fall of Chihuahua, tho cnpltol ot l.a.-the stnlc of thnt name, nnd of I'uebln, VEKY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY An. I ho vir'rii't '.' the kltlnv la expected hard lighting hnvlng or. Imrred at both these places. Agents weio will POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS of tho Mnnero lorccs nro saiu to do taho V l liU'l'a l.:.',.'.V I 1,1s I "till! well mi their way to WitMHrgton to look L JJ pleas Interests. J after the reolullonlsta For Circuit Judge urc, 'n y The situation In Monlco appears lit .M profit HMnT'id writter The Interior Journal Is authorized X. fi writing ns a the r l' w ff ferlom. Tor tho llrst time In 15 years to announce Charles A. Hardin of onoraMon tho leafed wlfc of the II, 1UU candidate for Circuit JuiIro of the 1. W. Danville .?! , asoohtcd Press from Itredo to .Mr in .i..ii that I had a neuralgia pain in Thirteenth Judicial dlstrlst, at the ".My Monteomery and Mexico City waa neuter. Ky.. November, 1'Jll, election to be held my arm for five years, and I Gov-- ( subject to tho action of the Demo- - i'iiii wll:i IU-.i- i i.ii.irv l'llls icvlf commandeered by the .ilcxlcan need used your Liniment for one ernment on thP plen or military litllovi! tint' 'he. mo all '.I'll nnd the Kcdcrnl rlrcolt manager In lis t week and was completely Col. Jim Hlchnrdson answers himself a I stif feted a N'tirvr iJiredo was ordmed to cut nit tltliii'il for llr-i- . cured. I recommend your no other answer were needed, why yl-If and at nlil' the Laredo office of the associated d'Ml fntt. i.i I nt Liniment very highly." Sins, being Ilrynn should not bo nominated by .. Press to prevent Information Mandcvillc net lec .el . Of J. McGraw, fcr president again lh-- i ). mi thick Ut ' H- so palnrul gleamed from messagra moving over the Democrat St., New Orleans, La. tho wire. Col. lllchardson s objection to llnrmon til wuik lliat I oouM i.ot nllcnd tJ Thexe Instructions emanated from and WINon, wp glenn, Is that they ii." liotiieAw.ik :'i:i; n.Il(cd to p.t Cured Quiruy Sore Throat graph In Mexico City, vbere It wna Sureh,", he bolted liryan fa 1196. tbo hendnunrtera of the Federal Telo- ln.Kn'ticj I'll!? a trial, I did Mr. Henrt L, Caulk, of would nasn't forgotten how liryan placed Th-- .' lieltwd "im Iho first and explalned that the Government U4J Wilson St., Wilmington, re had I ot)tiHiu''d tr. r.t thi'm 'i'i,? requite th full capacity of all Its hln.sclf In the bolting class In the telegrrph facilities Del., writes : "I bought a botrent cmnnaisn by refusing to support e'.o'iKh I the would ha.'O tle ot Sloan's Liniment for the nominated Ifo."': a toti.plete cm. I was co"-ic'lDunlman the regularly A REGULAR TOM BOY quinsy sore throat and it cured democratic candidate for governor ot I h'j ntiiiue their use !'r was Susie climbing trees and fences, me. I shall always keep a Nebraska? Iloth bolts were undoubt s'.ti.o tlu.o tut 1 it" nov taking thi.n Jumping ditches, whittling, always get bottle in tho house." ting scratches, cuts, sprains, bruises edly matters of sincere principle;' Kuniti nnJ i Uileva "5H w bumps, burns, or scalds. Uut laws! where decs the dlffcrcace He? As iM me eiilii'.ly of lm rtmbie." Her mother Just applies Uucklen'a K,ad ,0 sc0 ,to uacl for us, sill dints. e Prlco ) Arnica Salve nnd curea her quick. Ki.r vnlc ! sliders return to the fold. We need c'iiU. I"ttti V.'lurn Ct Hulfalo. .N Heals everything healablc Holla, Ulcers, Kczema, Old or them all. Hut ns Judson Harmon and V nlo Mionts lir tV United SUMo.. Piles. Try It 25 cents sores. CornsDrug at Penny's Woodrow Wilson have bad longer nil Donn'a Kfi'iniiibci ibe in tinStore. time to prove their repentance and t.tV,. nf I'Mwr. fcem to Imvc tho confidence of tho Suit was tiled In the circuit court at people generally to a degree which Jttdg Iko Thtirman granted a new-tri- Ijincastcr by W. .McC Johnson, of gives instant relief from rhcu never the peerless Bryan could matism, lumba-go.sciatic- a, in the Marlon circuit court In Winchester Floyd Day, of .Utckson, achieve, why we say, lot's not go back tho case of Oscar Hammer of Junc- nnd tho New Hell Jellco Coal Comneun decade or so to rub old sores, but tion City, against Dr. It. C. McChord pany (Incorporated), asking tho croup, all get In tho victorious bandwagon Mr. Hummer secured Judgment for bo required to deliver to s, sore throat, tnennwnlie singing that godd old an- M.uoo damages against Dr. Mulhord plaintiff 1.1S0, share of stock In the hoarse' As long as the lamp holds out on the charge that the surgeon alter corporation of tho par value of illtt, them ness and chest to burn, the vilest sinner may return.' operating upon the plaltitllf, had left 000, or In rasu tho stock cannot bn pains. a needlo in the incision. It U claimed delivered ho be awarded Judgment ISeautlfulIj spotted, pure bred pointhat he was permnuHntI for il7,7tw difference in price at which Pilc.i,25c.,50c 11.00 ter dogs and highly polished hammer by Hammer Injured by the alleged carelessness bo contracted for stock and the presless guns, nre very much In evldenco toani honk on The case win oe ent market value, and thnt th0 Dr. McChonl. rattle, these days. Hut the rakish looking of OaVaasU iinil poultry nt be required to pay to him again at the January term of Atltlre dogs. It may be with a cold croi ttltd cour:. Hon. Hob-e- nny dividends thnt ho may accruo in Marion circuit Dr. Earl S. Sloan, i.nd the old battered guns with ham- the llarJing and Hon. John W. Haw- - future on said stock. Bates, Xiu., XT.f.A. mers, can be depended on to bring In lings, of Danvil'e, are attorneys for the birds. A BARGAIN. Mr. Hammer. When a cold becomes settled in the TU 1 2 acres of land in Lincoln counWe believe every reader of the I. .1. ty. About 45 acres of tobacco system, It will take several days' treat will be glad to know that the new t'roim la most Drevalent during the bind, and M acres of fine bottom ment to cure It and the beat remedy fine prow has been ordered, and a bigger dry cold weather of the early winter tnnd. Good tobacco barn 34x48 18 to use Is Chamberlain's Cough HemepapefWlll soon be possible. The press months. Parents or young euuuic feet to eave. This barn la new. Oth- dy. It will cure quicker than any is a Mlehle, the finest made. should be prepared for tt. aji ma., is er buildings are old. Good chance for other, and also leaves the system In Chamberlain's tomeone to make money. Price $3,500 a natural and healthy condition. Sold needed Is a bottle of DANDRUFF AND ITCHING SCALP Cough Ilemedy. Many mother are See L. R. Hughea or W. - MrCarty. by Penny's Drug Store. YIELD TO THIS TREATMENT never without It In their homes and Sold It has never disappointed tbera. by Penny's Drug Store. Why experiment trying to drive the MR. FARMER: Make your home as modern for your farqily as a ice, dandruff germ from underneath tho It Is the Irony of fate that West Vir- residence, and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations skin with greasy lotions or fancy hair ginia should turn against her creators at any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service dressing when druggists everywhere Torn from old Virginia during the which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with and iu Stanford, the Penny's Drug war. ae helped the party responsible the benefit received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to Store will guarantee ZK.MO and ZE- lor the net ror years, ma sne was old icadquartcrs, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Fartr. the teachings ot bcr .MO soap to entirely rid tho scalp or mers' Line" rate. If you are not at present enjoying telephone service, we mother, from which let us hope she genu life that causes the trouble. will never strav again, rue iakii.i-tur- can immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, the Tennessee, Miseissippi, Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana anil ZK.MO nnd ZEMO soap can be ob Is rafely democratic In both - EAST TENNESSEE TEL. A TEL. CO. any city or town In America branohs, thin Insuring the dcrcat ot Illinois. tained in nnd Senator (be Interest-owneHJIOORrOBATKDI ard nre recognized the best and most adding another to the list ofScott, democrat economical treatment for all Ic Senators. Even the democrats were of the skin or scalp whether on to surprised that trvy were not for the result. infant or grown person. One shampoo Col. 1,. E. Tlcrney, a wealthy cor., with ZEMO soop and application or opeiatcr of southern west- - Vlrelnla ZEMO will stop Itching and cleanse has amounced his candidacy for the the scalp of dandruff and scurf. Ap- I'liltcd States Senate to succeed SenB STANFORD, KY. plication of ZEMO and us0 of ZEMO ator Nathan II. Scott feoap will cure the most obstinate case HEXAMETHYLENETETRAMINE ol eczema or skin dihease. chemical Is the name of a We Invite you to try ZEMO and one of the many vnluable Ingredi 930,000 ZEMO soap and if not entirely satis-lied- , ents of Foley's Kidney Hemedy. CAPITAL STOCK is recognized pj lenctetramtne Officers: we will refund your money. text books and authoriThere will bo an exchange at J. h. by medicaluric acid solvent and anti ties as Q Satur-ua. ... Ueazley's furniture, store next W. L. MeCarty. President septic for the urine. Tako Foley s G. L. Penny, J. S. Rice, J. D. Eads Nov. 5 for the benefit of Home Kidney Remedy promptly ai me ursi Vice Presidents sign of kidney trouble and avoid a Missions. Help a good cause. J. W. Hutcheton Cashier furious malady. C. Hays Foster Assistant Cashier FIUDAY, NOKVMBKR , 1910. a The InteriorJournal. Ta MCr4 to nt Neuralgia JS2alv Pain 7VtT HATS HflTSI 4MHMHOO000 Nothing a man wers so perfectly destroys his good appearance as a shabby or old style hat. We can show you today the most complete line of O ..r--- ). '.'It!-Il- t.n n ... vvl SmIj" iii6 1 vn. ei"' OOOO0 M 1 000 OGvf) trill - seeal fii. t -l Stetson Hats ever seen in Stanford. Fine shapes in light colors and black at $3 .50 to $5. 00 and many styles for ac SLOANS LINIMENT ralgia, ton-siliti- Young Men in black tan pearl and brown open or telescope crown at $4. 00 and they are beauties indeed The Derby Or Stiff Hat I hnr. rt fr. ihi I Soft good cheaper than the J. B. I Stetson. We show in many styles and colors from $1. 00 to $3. 50 surely We can fit and please you. H. J. McRoberts. ooo000i000oco0oooa Thanksgiving Eatables Heinz Preserves, Apple Butter J Etc. Beach nut marmalade, Jelly q Peanut Butter Etc. g Stone Black, White MephistoeJ o and Creole Cakes: Apples, Ban- g anas, Oranges, Cranberries, Cel- - g I- RURAL TELErHONES. - e 3- d irTec-tlon- s pre-ptrt- d ; STATE BANK & TRUST CO., I gery, etc. g Hex-nmet- h oW. H. tir HIGCINSA ? & ...... 0 Stanford, Kentucky. OOOOO O0O0OO0OOOO0OO0O00 o Q Free Sample Aids OH Men The sudden change from years of activity of both body and mind to the quiet of later years causes the numan system to undergo many changes, chief of which is in the orcans. It become harder and harder to t the t move promptly and regularly 7T-e'aey men sur- H. "" the ba'o touble. con- ".. onJy ,rom IV" f I Den D. Hooper the newly-electe(5n error of Tennesee, wan round on the streets of Knnxvllle wr.en a months old nnd was brought up in an pj orphan UBylum In that city. d le' WE CORDIALLY SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. FREE Wc have a regular size jnrof the famous Palmolive Cream for you. It won't cost you a 50c Jar. of Bring this coupon to our store and do as the ad directs. We will then give you absolutely free a full aizc jar of Palmolive Cream which we ordinarily sell for violent cathartic or purganot only unnecessary but harm- jSit m w23!thln mlId w,u do " wor through experiment-taswlt- h T8 salts and pills and waters of Y1!0!1" klrlda. and have become convinced that they do only temporary good at beat. try ?.r' Caldwell's flrup Pepsin. ?i!r?i .PI"?' P'o'ant-tastlnlaxative especially adapted to the requirements of old people, women and children, and yet is effective enough for "ho f?y.',T.?,ur for a quarter ha, handled of a .1eU cents .httle for fifty make u .W"11 o ut ,f .0,!f a. test before spending any mnnn JJ!I'i?.y0.,uri.nan!,". ?a address to rr. Cald wll tllly w.l.'i11 of charge. send you a sampU rree rapldlv dlsplarlnc oil ..!"' -- remed,r-' ih1 medication curt of stomach, liver and bowel for trouble and families like Mr. O F Wl.ner Mr"' Can la Culler's n' 5 N. Notre Dame street. Boutli Pend Ind., are now never without It n th. house. They have tested It and Iu grand value to every member know tht of family. Dr. Caldwell personally will be pleated to give you nny medical advice yon may desire for yourself or famllv pertaining to the stomach, liver or bowels absolutely free of charge, Kxplaln your rase In a letter and he will reply to vou In Jnor the free sample simply send detail. your name and address on a postal card or otherwise. Kor either requeot the doctor's ddrl!,.,l!.Dr'.w' B- Caldwell, H.60tlCaJ4-wbulldtar, MoatlccUo. III. tive The old old, story, told times without number, and repeated over and over again for the last :b' years, but tt Is always a welcome story to those iu scnrcli of health There Is nothing tn the world thnt cures coughs and Of w. t'hamorlaln'a colds ns quickly by Penny's CAPITAL Cough Hemedy. Sold atlpallon, but from Indigestion, headache, Drug Store. SURPLUS uwcning-- . your stomach, drowalnrsa after annoyances. It la nrst RESOURCES "'.'? uu o keep the boweli open ofiJ.Lnecf1,?ry s S. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT! to tone the dlceitlve muscles so S..1.0-!1?V1"? ,t0 "W'n do their work J.B. PAXTON, !1 m V. O. i. U. Lincoln County national Bank Stanford, Kentucky. $ 50.000.00 $ 50,000.00 $340,000.00 Palmolive Cream cent. Cut the coupon from the Nov. is sues ot Vjoou Houselcccpin a. Pacific Monthly.Red Book, Woman's Home Companion, e. Ladies' World, Uncle Remus' DecissuesofPeople'sHomo Journal, Delineator, Dcsisncr, New Idea, Blue Book, Green Book. Nov. 19th Collier's Weekly. Nov. 5th Saturday Evening Post. Nov. Oth Illustrate' Sunday Magazina end Associated Sunday Magazine. Ma4-axin- "nr w. M. a a V.CE-gRgS- JijylTIR1AIIT. BRIGHT. CASHIER, 50c cash. I CASH i5? OIRBOTORSt ri. II. Shanks Stanford; Walker, Stanford; Y. H. Trayior OIio-t(.'reek; Paxtoi SU'ifi'l; It. L. HuhlI Lancaster: Deo. W .Carter Stanford; W. H Shuki Stanford; A. T .Nuiuio W. Jl. Ci"nuun Prenchcrsvlllo: Lllburn Gooch Ollborts Creek, I C. Itankln Jucuiter; You'll find this crenm the most delightful thing of its kind ever made. , It's en lirelynew and hail all the f". ?"' li' FIRST NATIONAL BANK, A1 quality of Palniolivo BODY BUILDER m THE i ; -- CELLS and TISSUES 8TEENGTH MODUC TONIC F0 1N0 gECOWSTHUCTlON THE BLOOD AND NERVOUS SYSTEM. A Istlls Porchassd Today Slsris You A FOWEHfUL SKr . ORGANIZED IN 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $22,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety We Solicit Your Account. Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. DIRECTORS. F Held, J. H. Uaoghman, . S. Mocker, President;, M D. Elmore, J. M. Pettut, S. T.IHarris. H. C, Daughman, , F, Cummins, H. C. Daughman, Cashier. no. C. Robinson, S.T.Harris, V. W. Saunders, Ind. Bookkeeper 1 K. O Walton. I. S. Hacker.! STANFORD, KENTUCKY ooap, tno queen of all totfet soaps. Look in the magazines for tho Bring it to this store. coupon. PENNY'S DRUG STORE CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! CONCRETING g. ttrst-cLas- OFFICER. Hlfht oa ths Hold lo Hsallh. Satisfaction or Maaay Refunded. Glv SOLD KY PENNY'S DKUQ STORE Guaranteed to - M J. It Harris, Bookkeeper W. t. Murphy. ' n Waareln position todnallklndi of such us lllock Work, rnvementi all kladt. bulk, potted tlowert, on liort and, iu feci, we cull make uny ihliiK from a H"iMiijr o: nonce. aio niuae re.iDi house dowo to a fence post. We run aterra yon promptly and Kuaruiitee lor for funerul urtoiei. lii conueetlon with the above. 1 bre nil work and mKlerlal. Call and get our prices klDdt( TvaeUblet oa liaod at reasonable before you buy your mat rt at least. priced. I oan furnlth IIib nubile ltti the twit, ki well hi tho frriheat of cut Doners. DlsnU of OIIKlHTMANailKKN HOU8HK t Uuauaau. HUofa,Kr kntuu. PHILLIPS BROJ... SUuford, Kj. fcitva frlfiMbM ., .Jawi.m' . . - , L ,u .. ""a - " - lJ--- i .A ,.A4 ' FRIDAY, NOBVMHKR 85, 1J1W. THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. WE AIM TO PLEASE FAinsraf r Suit Bargains $9.95. Wc offer an all wool Satin Lined Suit at $l.lr. $14.50. For choice of a variety of Shades, Colors and Materials in suits tbatscll regularly at $.7.ro to $20, V9LTW $19.50 For choice of a big line of suits that sell regularly at $37.f0. $'."-'-0 "'"0 'ra. to Do you know that wc sell you a Guaranteed Silk PcttfceuC 5w But wc ikrnot oycrlook your desire to savcon prke.eitficr. Neith- Black and Colors; the famous Miss New York make, at M- er do wc neglect anything iu the These goods are not skimped In the cutting, and the worRmwsfch? way of service which will make Is as good as human hanbs can do. Finer ones up to JIO, your visit to our s store pleas?ut and profita Ic. Wc dlcasc rlhcrs why not you ? Do'nt suppose llv.t e havn't 0 certain article. Wc Keen every thing found in a first class dry goods store. Our customers most of ail by the high quality, of our merchanblse. Petticoat Insurance 3 SEVERANCE & SON, 75 Stanford, Kentucky. Siinda i I I'on Special fountain pen for school use .Mis Kit Huffman nnd II rnride Ju5t.. Albert Severnrtc!, frTlw cents, 1 and $1.25 at i'ennjr'a Drug spent yeslculny v 1th their D, DartW, Oiorne C. Olvn, fc'llrn llufhmin Btore. MMer .Mrs. Jamie Cnrp"iicr, at Crab llarrlo, i. r i;ummin. au jutT- Hallle Woods, Sue Tuy-lo- r Hit,, ami Orchud. Krpleman, Ita lloldam, of Chicago PERSONALS. Crlt Kubimks and family wer In Kate and I'Attlo Alconi, I.eTW.1 Harris (Urrarcl tr--' week with .Mia. Kubanks Mirabel Mllvcn. Misses Luctnda and KlliabcUi Lute MIm N'cll Clark haa returned to her MMher. nro visiting In Paris and Lexington. Apperaon Nerlus, of Winchester, home at Salen., Ind,., nller rinUhlnK Miss Grace KJelds haa been bom millinery season with .Miss Klla penl Miveral day this week with the Snur.deM. Mav Irom school a few day with a soieio hi mother here. Mr Jeau Walter la at London wltii Void. U K. Hughes and wife alo Thanks-ivlc- her psrent. Klrktv 'ftonui Grwr, ot Cincinnati in at .Mr. and .Mrs. Hoe, turkey with the lalter'a fnthcr vlllo. are questsI.ewlxW. S. of ol Klh fuia vncatlon home tor a lev week ui Ml. Vernon. family. A llltlo daughter taw arrived (o I lo vleltlnK He ..la Alllp Uussell and Fran- Mrn J. M. WlKKlnRlcn Mull the botue of Mr. and Mrs. K. MU spout Thanksgiving with rMatlven at her hotn,. near Sta.tuplnK O. Pennine-to(Iround. grandfather ut Pulnt Uck. lien W. Durham Uio popular Q. A C. tlieir Cry. K. Store, J. V. Uawllngs lion. SHORT LOCAL NEWS conductor, of Junction City. us hele ami l:. V. Purycnr ot Danville, nr,. In circuit ut.re on 0gnl business Wednesday on limine Hooma for rent. A. K. I'atteraon. A immhr ol young people irmu court. attended n (irlbv cnapior of ' fllni.'o"! (.rnb orchr inot de.ic'itrul- Now fleck of llnrler oil heater lho evenTuesday at this A. Kox V. D. C'b. will mct with .Mra. Vuk given by the Nntlonal those Hun-- I Hen made, try M., at W. II. HlRQlna. one who Among .Mcltob.rtM next Tuesdiy nfternoun at ier"- Aoclntlnn . Th only baking powder FREShToYSTERS o'clock ' i.'ndfil wer,, mik' i'nir fm.l Mian ., m ., dU .-madm from Royal Gram AT I'rof. J. W Ireland J. N. WinRln-ton- , riu Tiylor Kngleiiian. Will McCnrty, Dream of Tartar NEWLAND'S. C. B. Tate, Crlt Kubankn, John Illiuw-linr,i..nir nini .Inhn .Meliefee. it....... In Mlaa Itulh Wollcn, of M. Waterr. l'airla and Thomas ColeNoAlun.HoLimiPhtsphatt I am prepared to ut sale dinners man, Harry Ilelnbart Joseph Hill Hun-rc- lli,. auBl of her alslrr. .Mr. Th maK (1 nl rentonable ptlces. Ilrlu your W tientry presl&ent of tho Clvle McOarty nro KadM. llrown. and Will . a. In and let me grind It with my llrown and and political baFtic of Kentucky, Ihon from St.infonl who aaw l. Mrndamea. K J. ilnrt tmatrntana III A umonK .i tiew electric grinder. It does the. fin- . ... forrncr-Iho reat C. U.8ialo fool oau Bame colore! crganlzatlon, has Issued a en c&l nnd qulckeftt work. J. C. Lynn. y j" at Ijjxlnitton tsterdar. Wednesday for the regular State Convention to home on "? , Mra. William Doitart or ML The home was at"""1"" " -Constipation, Indlgeritlon, drive bu held In Loutsvlllo January 2. tail iin occasion O., Mr. Aaron Wheatley of rorated for thes. V"' ' awny appetite and maWo you weak The object of trc organization is to chnaanth-rm-raItlcbmond. O., .Mrs. KlUabelh lllco ol and an excellent luncheon was s. e and sick. Holllster's Hocky Mountain Instill respect for law, (oxter educaKfc,ne time the Tea restores the appetite, drhes away tion nromote higher ethics, discuss KlvinKSton haa returned home alter then at the npp.ilnted euchro w illseaae, builds up the a) stem, 'io were filled and UI to h- -r nlec,. Mrs. n pleaaant ubW ccnta. Tea or Tablets Shugara and ways und means for the suppression unUl a late hour ,.UJoved Wru. Fields. ol crime and delate the standard of "" Tanner. made by Mrs. "t V.".."v:: (irehanl. who was 'Miss Polly Trayior one ot citizenship. Kor Sale. K. I. Ked .spoon. ynunp Warded8 county's most attract! thirUe. a handsom - - ..: and cockerelsSome Toulonse pullets geese. and litre's something good for I. J., read who ho been ivpendlns a few The lone nana prue ladlw, Apply to Mrs. , - - - Orchard, Ky. W. J. Kdmlston,73-- Crab era: The Cincinnati Post dally one K. nooernon Mrn. Albrt severjnc-lih Mrs. A. ,h unn viiopi tliA Intnrlnr Journal one veer Among vnoKc e Ilngton u.enue. .eft yeste.dny , for ho.-I. .1. nrrtor vmir rnlllnp and tho Post's beautiful 1911 Wood- !. spem, l u. c.o. cnnN; thn inis oi ,on 8lxun Pcrrjvllle, where she wedding Invitations announce laud Calendar all for In cood for both new subscribers r 0 8, c ment. Finest work at reatonaoie ,,0. Mr. and Mrs. June Hunter j uud old ons who renew. The Calen. prices. j r. im.. Advocate. dar Is a beauty, while most everyone For Sale 10 shares of Hustonvllle knows what the two papers are. This National Hank stock. Apply at this js a bargain. Send your subscription to the Interior Journal ai once. , office. u I?0YAI men aafi wemen, 7.1ft 1'. M. Morning nub-Je- t, uc "The churrli of the living Ood." IbbTEvening subject, "Sins of Ouinglon " Sunday sc'iool D;30; 11. Y. 1. U. 7:00 A. M ilinreh. aid services at the llaptlst A toBfcthat I'reacilng service ut 10:45 aad yoBaa. Iav!an.fft.ktti For weak, mvivm - Etwyaws' l. M. our clothes will be satisfactorily cleaned and pressed If lelt at Wilkin-o- n s barbT shop. H. Walter Mllburr. Proprietor. 11 id breath, hawking, plttlng come from catarrh. Get rid of It. Ask O.- L. Penny for Hycmel, the pleasant hDlisjRillllBf g iiatirr s yMWNS, ' ftJffi" ri.lH DRUO STUW AKlH5 , Vrn .. POWDER Absolutely Pure antiseptic, Australian dry nlr treat ment. Complete outfit l; extra bottle CO cents. Wanted to rent a house ot 4 or 5 rooms in Stanford or vicinity. Apply to A C. Connett, Logan avenue. For Safe. Som nice bsiTetMraeHw rnd mlnorca cockerels. VU HubtjwC: . Stanford. The C. I'. leen won the SCOf defeating State University at lzts& foot ball championship yesterday T ton 11 to 6. WOLCOME;WORDS TO WOMEN -,- vi'.. ll sau-sac- e in.r ." ""' 11 Waab"-InRton- rv-ti- Un-coi- n Vi. "" Women who aufJer with ditorders peculiar to (heir tx thould write to Ur. Pierce and receive free the dice of a phyiician of over 40 years' experience a skilled and ticcettful specialist in the diieatet Every letter ol this sort has the moit of womtn. careful contideration and is regarded as sacredly confidential. Many sensitively modest women write fully to Dr. Pierce what they woutd shrink from telling' to their local physician. The local physician . Is pretty sure to say that he cannot do anything without "an examination." Dr. Pierce holds that these distasteful examinations are generally need less, and that no woman, except in rare cases, should submit lb tticmci Dr. Pleree'a treatment wiH ear you riiht In the prfracy of your own ham. Ilia Farvorit Prescription" ktas eared'' iiitadrads of tbouMiid. aonseef tkeaa die worst of aeV- It it the onlrmedicine of its kind that is the product of a regularly nwfpeaBCt,p' physician. The only one food enough that its maker dare to print itV'SMr-"- ' ingredient on its outside wrapper. There's no secrecy. It will herxiniaB-- it. lion. No alcohol and no nia are found intake Soase unMsi . Don't ulous medicine dealers may offer youa snbititutc. it., DiM(riBt-with your health. Write to World' Diipentary Medical Associarjcir; iTrt'Jt. -V. Pierce, President, Buffalo, N. Y., ftke the advice received. and be weB;' habit-tormln amS-Vsftf ,. jh fZ-b- fr i nr Miffln n I The Judge's Advice Hanan Shoes: ooa & On i f & $&& U'r tinvn unme neronil hand buccles iron ro.1 about two fa'et long, ratntea end ono carriage for sale. Pence red, a part of load binder. Hros. rn nh drv rleanlnr arid prcbslng neatly done, next door to State Hank Hunting coats, vesta and legglns (J. F. Unrnett. mid guns and ammunition, also r.un .. cleaners. George H. Karris. ooii nn.i ri: ve.nri died at the home ot Your own price buys the article at yesterday afternoon "Ma nephew, james s. " Friday atterrnxm demUo was tho result ol paralysis, Hoppci's auction and Saturday. with wWch he wis stricken about two weeks ago. Deceased was a brothtv a bacheMany useful things for the farmei of the late John F Cash and this lor After a short service D M. after- Plwill b,. sold at Hoppers auction Fri . , ,mv. hv llev -i;uun iw i"- - ri.-be consigned to day afternoon and Saturday. ker. the remains will cemeu-rj- . the tomb in lluliaio The Norteigh Diamond (Jood stock of guns trom SJ9.00 to $10. Geo. H. Fnrrls. FOX Of Thn Volnnfll AsHOrl.ltlon Hunting Coat Hunters, In tession at Crab Orchard Siirlngs, will continue the meet during this week, sportsmen iroui -- en... -every ........ in ihn lTninn are nresent m "v ... .- - ulI in..ii,i. tho mnst successful 'meeting n history of the associationunntiipr hns been some.'.i..ii .i. what detrimental, yet the races have been very satistaciorj. Tucsdnv night the usual ball was -i- nat llAln-nn- tviv hmiKP nnd to D mi. IB it i l.DA .S . sV VsV w V M Our Line of Ladies' Coats were; bought direct from one of tRez leading THes manufacturers. styles are correct and the prfes: as low as quality will admit. V mteitite .- .. i4Whenamanisside- swiped by fate of his best girl," says the ' XA v - K maammmmamrViW 4Hi tr ill 11 liEm'i IKtVVlO .nlhnalnatlA fnV httTlfprit COllId ask fOr. A movement was started to make Cab Orchard the permanent homo of tbo ahfoclatlon. ... .if thn lamllne ROClety and braux oVcXntrai Kentucky participated. So far there has been only ono accident. While taking a fence soon after the hounds were, cast Muster of Hounds s. i wouiruiusv. .,.,., ,rnu-- into n iiitch while taking a fpnee. His hunter was badly ujur- ed but he escaped. Threo foxes were up at tne saino lime aurias uju ujuiu- Im MMOCn UTflB Till IIUIL llltl IUU3L !, i I R W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKIs mmm Ui Ml mum T. W. Humble W. O; Jlartln- - m ) 1 Judge, "he should remember that rough seas make good sailors. He'll find a good bor har- A coot with stylo and class and the most practical hunting coat ever designed. Is yet absolutely watcr-tich- t, light and flexible. A ccat made to fit a hunter and very liberal in cut. Is bound wuh leather, has leather, covered shoulders; Ave outside cut. in pockets, one outside patch pocket and has lull game pockets through out the entire coat. The corduroy collar fits perfectly and when turned up fattens with storm strap. The button holes are all worked with stays at the strainsilk, ing points. Has ventilated under arm gussets and adjustable cuffs. The waterproofing Is by a new process that is really water-ligh- t. (2ft) Oi w i at CUMMINS & WEAREN'S Shoe Store" Buy a pair of those Hanan Shoes and they will look neat on all oc- casions. TMITOI IS THE HOME OF HA RT tCHAFFNER A MARX CLOTHES If you want a coat that has class, style, and yet room for any reasonable "bag," this coat. investi-cat- c For Salt By GEO. H. FARRIt. BETSY'S POINTERS. n. cond mnnv reasons for exorbitant prlces.A dairy man told me Ins milk was nigner uecauso nia cow im.ituii nior Iho innnn. and he's as reasonable us somo others I've heard Hut there la ono place with no excuse, .icn.tiwii th.'lr nrlrcK ran be reuched without a balloon, and you know who I t.iean, t;offey ana uoieruan. 'Iry sooio of our pure country so ghum CO cents a gallon. Goods Delivered 'Phone 1M COFFEY . COLEMAN 'Tnern t We are showing the line of Ladies' Week-we- ar we have ever shown) A fetching silk double ccordion Pleated Jabot in alii, the popular colors and sizes.-- . Alsoa oeautiful line of bows with hem stitched fancy bor ders. And our line of belts?-Bag-s Ornaments, Barrettes,. Hair goods, and Jewelry,, alii the newest of the seasons Call and see them. preir--ties- r ; I I HUGHES, MARTIN STANFORD. & Drv Goods. Notions. Shoes- KENTUCKY Ct Wb 1bbbbbbb- b- W 1 i fch-it- k.JSfeVBSw" - - tm i. iri " rm t "-,- h''" wy' "vty""""" ""iMUPmtJW1 ' '" WJ" "1 ' "" i ni1"" Frf!ifTl,," M t THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. FKIDAY, NOIIV.MHKIt 25, 1911). 1 10 Cents a Button $1.00 a Rip THE FARMERS ToLitctln Cwwty Tax Payers Don't forget the per cent will oon be added to your taxes and li li the desire on my part that any should have to pay this extra money, therefore I want to give all a chanco to settle up and avoid the per cent. So t, or one of my deputies will be at the poling places on the dates named below, to meet you and collect taxes and deliver to you your receipt.. This will be the last call before the per cent is added, to don't fall to meet ut on the dates named below: 19lh. Crab Orchard Saturday Nov. Nov. 25th. MOreland. Friday Huttonvllle. Saturday, Nov. 26th. V. L. MeCARTY 3. L. C. PS At all times we will be glad to have will oj call at the office where we deswait on you promptly and with home patch. Make my office your while l town, you are always welcome. W. L. MeCAnTY. King of Externals Is (ho oho Staatlara1 prep aration universally and enthusiastically endorsed hy Doctor, Druggist, Layman. GOWANS Cures Pneumonia, Croup, Colds, Coughs, Plcnrisy and all ailments caused from Inflammation or Congestion. tifoit'Afi Preparation h.i ont of the largest unit most gntMnctory tales of nn.r iirvimr.it Ion cArrhtl In our utock. Ire consider It a GOWANS wowlerflil V DIUV CO., Wholesale l)rni:ihts Columbia, S. C.July 11, lulu BUY COWAN THE MUltltA ircr., HAVE IT IN THE HOME AlinraMWu 0IClC0 SI. 30e. DURHAM, 23: N. C. I.tri.tlri. ill n,Mf ntitlti tj riw BdIi good ewes, from 1' to For Sale. Yowell, IhiRtonvIlle. years old There enmo to my place about Sept. Ut, a red bull cair, weighing annul COO pounds. Owner can set same by paying for this notice and his keep, John I'rlvctt, Wayneshurg, Ky. For Sale. 100 stock ewes. W O Walker, Strayed or stolen two liroiu'lio mares 4 nnd & ears old. One is brovn with "T" branded on shoulder, other bay hranded "O" on hip McGuf-fe- y Hewnrd If rettirned to 11. at W. II. Traylor's nt Gilberts 7o-- a Creek. II. H. mow. of Shelbj t'lty has for k.ile a number of thoroughbred Duroo boars, and n fow gilts. He also has horse, sound for sale a nnd absolutely gentle. Sultnble for J carriage or delivery wngon. For Sale. JO shoals, 30 to !0 Henry Anderson, pounds weight. Stanlord, Ky For Sale. A few good meat hogs 75-Haughman. J. Fox liiuiderar sold to Monte Fox of DanUlle, 30 l.UIS pound cattle a' SO Ja. nt Scrofula ditfigurtM and g causes muery. life-lon- 711-- 2 Children become strong and lively when given small doses of U-.- r Scott's Emulsion every day. The starved body is fed; the swollen glands healed, and the tainted blood vitalized. Good food, fresh air and Scott's Emulsion con quer scrofula and many other blood diseases. VOV. 8TIRHINO TIMES. ve are having In the building line. We carry n full line, of lime, plaster, tement nnd overfilling else needed ICvcr) thing purchased lor building, l.ero.wlll bo foand of the best quality nnd the licit for Intended purposes. U'u will savo you trouble and usDfrr4 inry expenso by sending to us (or an 75-'- 7-- 3 estimate. 4 We Want J. A ALLEN, Stanfsri, Ky. V A t: "fUTCHESS TROUSERS .arc easy in any position. 'JCberAl use of cloth in hips uaiaUteat make them com lettable at well at stylish, .noU they are cut to fit, Vhcuakto shape and made .tfizAlvr k t u GAINES' Robinson cents. They weie delivered Clarence I lilt son of George S. Hill 4 died at the Elizabeth Huspltal at l.cha jesterday non, Five days ago he was hurt while I. i; Horton told n pair of mules to playing foot ball ut school nnil when a Clinton county man for poo. hy th physicians It was examined James Dye took a nice load of fenm! lie was Internally Injured, from tne effect of which li hhjii lot ton to Dajivlllo last week. sc'ousniss. lie wn 12 .tears old. M. Jesse Walter bought of II. V Xnboth gelding Gaines n LION FONDLES A CHILD for 200. In Flushing n KiiMice lion rondted GAINES' CORN SHOW. the hand that a child thrust Into his cage. Danger to n ildd Is something for tUo $::i; In valuable premium grcjit when leaft regarded Often It list, second third and fourth best doz through cold, croup and conies They slay thou- en ears of corn (any variety) at Lanwhooping cough. (. 1. Dr. King's New Discovery caster coiiit next .Monday. li sands that conM have saved. "A few dotes cur- Gnli.es Tht. Insurant) Man If your ed our liahv of n very had case of lann Is productive, show the results. croup.' writes Mrs. George II. Davis. Flat Hock, X C, "We always give It Hopper's big unction sals begins to him when he takes cold. Its a wonderful medicine for babies." Heat dny at 1 I. M., and lasts until SaturGrippe, Asthma, for Cout,hs Colds, day night Hemorrhages, weak lungs. f0 cents Ouaranteed by J I. Thlal bottle free. Penny's Drug Store. 2 n SAI.U BV ALT. DRUC.CISTS 6cn) NVr , timt of paper n'l ,hl " 'or our beautiful SiritiRt Hank ami Child's Skrlch.nnk. It.cU Uink cnnUlni Cool l.uck rtnuj. SCOTT A BOWNC 409 Turkeys H H M PUBLIC SALE f Stanford, Ky. CORN SHOW. Assembly of had one lone woman member Till? number v til he Increased to 4 at the next session as the result ot The more Is the lh recent election pity ri'e last Genera' Col-oiad- o FreshOysters SERVED IN ANY .iiac riorurt Gaines' annual corn fS -- ,. cust-- . Mommy Xov, 2Sth ourt dny. at Lancas-- t STYLE. llelng compelled to go lo Arizona 1 my will offer for sale publicly, (arm of lfio acres on cut-ofpike 1 I '.' miles south ot Dantilie nnd Stanford pike known as the G. it. hngletnan place on Friday December 2nd. 1910 At 10 o'clock A. M., sharp. The residence on this place was recently burned but it is a very valuable piece of property as all necessary outbuildings ;: good barns, good tenant house, etc., escaped the flames The fencing Is nearly nil new, a number of never falling springs are to be found on property. All the land Is In hlue grass and clover except 4 ucres which Is sown In wheat and rye. acres near Ala wood, K Good improvement, u iiccossnrj outbuildings, well water d. and good orchard. My 105 j Bring them in at once and we will a pay you the highest WE PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICE fjl Market Prices. For All Kinds ot Farm Produce H. B. Northcott. HIDES AND FURS WANTED now. n LAND CIIANA.N Sl T. K. Tudor. Mgr. Ky PHONE 153. HSiilieillH FOR SALE PRIVATELY CARTER, 3. O. LivorvP.H S N. Y. i .1-- YOUR LIFE MAY DEPEND sticiu-tl- i 1)1 ' ( Jin)h oilcii cone limn Don't chim votirsetr to haps urli-ctlV- e upon ih ol a strap llun- liar-ne- ts mis- lir puttiiiK something lllmey on a irislv iinlmal, Our harness Is equal to all jiuergciKli'H J. C. McCLARY, Stan'ord, Ky. I farm of I Now - Dopot Stroot, Phono 06. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. "Fall And WinTtr Suitings" My new fall and winter samples iru now ready for your Inspection. They on the market. ,1 comprlie the can suit any one as to price who has nis clothes made to order. A suit made to your measure la preferable To hare to ready made clothes them made to measure doesa't cost my inoro than ready mad whea 70S SAM ROBERTS, Maywnod. K.: tet FOR SALE! I V Many school children autrer from k3Mt!patlon, which Is often the cause , at! teaming stupidity at lessons Stomach y V'fJ"laIn'8 and I.lver - 3&V14-I8 ,ace an Ideal medicine to glvn A.rttd. for they are mild and gentle ,l.r,ine-t, and will cure even .in jJ3toi constipation. Sold by Penal Qcic Store. -- THE PEST niML FURS aW HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS ANB HIDES Ytoti on CsaualatieK. Writs lor prt- - in TOWM KT Cirsin's Rcsliimt ". A. CARSON. Prap. AND KIDES ssrrj-'3fc lilt mntlMMi Ihit id. iJBHS WHITE 8 CO. i SSSSSS. IS TOBACCO GROWERS! IM' Beginning SATURDAY, NOV. 12th, 51 will buy and receive Tobacco at my ;iew warehouse in Stanford. Will be in Stanford on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays of each week, jkt Paint Lick on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Live Stock. At the same time I will dispose of one registered aivldle mare, a years FOR SALE! old, in foal to S.A, Harris' King Kaglo two cood family mares subject to register, both to All Teavlne, 1 good No. I hanging Fork farm ol 2G2 webtein maro good driver, 1 splendid iicie, well Improved and well water1 good suckwork mule C years old, ed, S miles from Danville, l.ancaster ling mule, 81 extra mountain ewes, nnd Stanford on Danville nnd hogs, turnpike, 1 mile from 2 bred to lamb Feb. 'J0, 7 meat i; brood FRUIT AND SHADE TREES and 40 sheets 1 young churches good school, store and Jersey cow, fresh, shorthorn cow, shop, rural route runs by door. Everything for Orchard Lan 6 rooms and two commohellers, 1 Dwelllrg of fresn, three yearling and Garden. . steer. dious porches comparatively new, I 1 pair coming three ear old mare large barn two tobacco bins ntherj Write for Free Catalogue No. Agents mules well broke. 1 pair 6 year old necessary oi.iumhuiiiks, H. F. HILLENMEYER A. SONS. " n k1""' male mules. 1 latnlly mare, 3 year old pali Lexington, Kentucky. saddle mare, ponj colt. 1 yearling For lurth.r Information appir to gcldirs, 1 two year old gelding. Geo. r. I'.rlght. Agent. Stanford. Ky FARM IMPLEMENTS. Consisting ot one mower, 1 binder, A HOUSEHOLD MEDICINE 2 harrows. 2 turning plows, t cultivator, 2 doable Shovel plows, plow To be really valuable must show '""I I VI harness, 1 buggy. set of buggy har- equally good results from each memness, farm wagon, I new a horse ber of the family using It. Foley's jjr-si-i wheat drill, fertilizer nnd srass seed Honey and Tar does Just this. v,Ai attachmtnt etc.. also lot of Hymouth vvi,..ti,..r tnr children or crown per ? Is best Holland nock chickens and white sons loley's Honey und Tar and safest lor a II coughs nnd colds. of clover hay, 1 of timo Shugars and Tunner. Five stneks thy. 7.1 barrels ot corn, 300 or 400 shocks of fodder, eic. TERMS EASV. ROBERT F. 8CUDDER, Stanford. Ky . U. ft P. Xo- - 2. have decldeu to go to a warmer cllmute I will oifcr m llttl0 home for tale, containing two actes and !. tulcb, comfortable, home nnd nil rtcessary outbuildings, cistern and orchard from S (o 1." years old. IJuar tor mile from Dudder-r'- s mill on Dlv river, four milt south or htaufonl mid four mlteH south of Lancaster apply to PROF. J. D. DAI SON, Gilberts Creek, Ky. As I NOTICE Not getting a satisfactory price for my property, I will continue business at the old stand. G. B. quality and nt U mmatf. Coa In and let so un oor ssaaaar. IL C. kbbi. u fracucal Tallor.S I !t rac 1 PRUI'f T, I.an-ctht- Moreland, Ky. sos nincK-smit- h -- 1 L SSSis - tur-Key- l.L.BeozleyoiCo., Ijime back comes on suddenly and is extremely painful. It is caused by quick jheumntlsm of the muscles, relief Is afforded by applying Liniment Sold by Penny's Drug Stoie. Cham-oerlaln'- ' klioiiid bdia roiebrntlnn'of s VjTy. M!7vPl?alWSMsCjSlBsSlh t PUBLIC SALE! m W. P. KINCAID. cation, 1 will on Thursday, December 15th, 1910, Tror fnr ita tn the hlchost bidder the following doscrlbed property: Ha Inc decided lo change my lo ami Emlwlir Also Dealers in Fur allure, Mntuuge.Rujre. They ill eiclianije Furniture tnr L'udertsier I r. TMlMKCftlUINR work well done nnd many people pleased. That Is how we Intend to celebrate. Hut we shall tint be completely hnppy un- til we know that your iilumblng U nil right ilct IniVf us take a look at It nnd If an thing Is needed let us do the work so It will be olf our mind and ours. Then e cin both bo truly THE PLUMRINri m W. K. 188. MANY DOLLARS HAS GONE UP IN SMOKE Hint might have been saved by a tlr inaurnnce policy. If you hate uo Insurance on your property, take our ndvlce and insure In the Continental company. Il makes us weary and sad when u fire occurs to think that n man had'nl gumption enough to secure .1 good wad from proorly drawn policy In the Glens Falls Don'e be You will unwise. Insure m time thank us for tho tip. W. S. 8TANF0RD, KY. I FISH PHONE 200 FARM FOR SALE! will sell pr'vutely my farm of about 2f,0 ncres, mile nnd halt from Has IliMtonvllle on Danv'lle pike. of seven rooms all other neceshou sary Improvements nnd splendid water 'Jan give possession soon. J. C. NEAL, Moiebnd, Ky SALE STILL GOES. thankful. "hone BJ ! A FULL LINE OF COAT SWEATERS AND 71 Head ox came; au iieuu oi .iw poui.il yearllut:, nnd 44 head or 000 to 1,100 pound cattlo; 42 head of hogs troni 110 to 2:i5 pounds, in bunches to mil purcbuer. Good meat hogs; 1 five year old saddle mare extra good: pair extra good 1 one year old colt; IvnlT la and Msnafactuter ot 16 hand mar, mules; ono pair 15 cows Marble and Granite Monuhand mare mules; two good inllk (on liesh); 700 to HU0 barrels ot and l. corn. old on ground: 800 bales or Msrkor. slid l'ol. .tVniftsr.v work, M HRli-mid Slid lij : tanning Implements of all kinds Vaixt Kloniiy.K). wagons; hay rake, mow2 ing machine; harness; kitchen furnl-tun- ) urd household furniture. Kud. il Htick. Ih.m . i all. Prices Rtht r . m OKD. - HF.NTUCKY all Q hunting ol my homo will In no way Interfere with the tate of my WARNER, Kverythlng on lec. 2nd. Stanford, Ky. property pjes ulsnlutcly. See ud In another . column. Hubert Scudder 'Ih 2 Harry Jacobs, ments, 2 two-hors- e Underwear wanes aii liiiu siu and under 10. n negotiable tux months note bearing i per n-- i interest fioni Hate ot snie i cash'm hand, over J. C. YlcClary, fy .N will otter for sale fnrm now' occupied uv mo. consisting 'l -- ' bClOO ueies, with good hous0 und I.- - On JOHN C. LYNN. jiuue day and date L. L. SANDERS, iiv uiau vrnuaiut ivemutuy. to jwra well watered b) a never tailing bprlne wull lenced nnd fences hm tn excellent condition: 200 ucu-- ot this fan) and ills it blue grass thing will grow hemp oilier inrm w tobacco or on) Ki'iituckj will grow This fnrui v 111 be bold on easy s buildlps, 1 stock and tobacco birn, terms. For partlculpi-llurton, Somerset. s write V U Mrs. Rtattle White. W. it IMiigherty. lohn Al. Gooch Aa I have to change climate II. t. Anderso.i T) 11. Aiulersot I w'll sell for tne next au aays A. T Trtvlor, m I. H. Thompson full lln of mllllnerv. drees J. A. Hotter e .1 II Hustle goods, trimmings and notions 0 P. Nuwlnnd. K. Curllb. Harris &. Woods. just purcnatea in me cuy nrlrra aitonlthlnalv low. This Mrs Matlle II. llewos. M Carter John tnLr wa. rarfifullv lalected and Gun Gelszl YonGruenlgaii.J. J Klllott. Fied it w'll meet tne warns oi um locob Gander, or any other vicinity. A. Kleltahn. m I will sell It at a whole if an allsbbs Sallle and Hettle Cniter. P U Carter. lM opportunity should preient. J. II. larier. HnUlelU I CORA S. LIPPS. a S. (lutnr Vtf Hsigltmnn llustouvllle, Ky II 0 lliuigliiiMtt. Embamcr Jag II Carter, Sr Mrs II I.. W IHUinH Undertaker J W Peak Y. STANFORD, Catter, P liouia 'l'hona 35, A J Johnson Office I'Uoiie 107 FARM FOR SALEI PC8TEO (The hunting season Is upon us and miles west of I SO acres lying nearly everyone wants to post his Highland, a good cottage nnd place The charge Is 2.1 cents cash (5 llelds fenced; barn etc., with name.) about 35 acres in cultivation; pleuty of water, Heason for selling out not K. D. Uenham T. A. Illco. able to work on lurni. Price reasonM. J. Hoffman J. W. llmhes. J. II. Acton able il. ft liwrence JAS. A. KING. 60-J W. Haughman. Stanford, Ky., It. F. 0. No. 3, Box 05 .1. S. Harris J. II. Haughman S. It. Haughman, Will Cordler Frank Cordler 1MB M. U. Lytl. Christ Jacob. Dr. J. 0. Carpenter. James Smith. CLOSING OUT SALEI s, 8 f" I an BJ ! 1 ant' i 1