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Digital page images are linked to the text file. + etu r THE INTEHIOR JOURNALi j irYOLOM XXXV1L STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 2J 1910 TOi S MEMORIAL SERVICES HELD BY BAR IN HONOR OF JUDGE line M C AND GEORGE laster SAUFLEY eedalhaeed Memorfnl services for two dla QUAIl Kuirbcd Lincoln lawyers father and POl aOil who but recently pained over the lDftWdorl river of death wore hold by the H aa- t Stanford bar at conclusion of tho cently Urni of tho Lincoln circuit court Saturday afternoon Gathered y with tho local lawyers were Judge Commit wealths Attorney Charles A Hard In ol Mercer and Attorneys Robert J inri= of Dunxillo thus giving represent r ion to the four countioi of tho Judl clfll dlHtrlct In the tribute paid lIatjMi the district and to his son Uoo 0allSMiffey who was inuig Such a lrllltant reputation at the variou court A nnmbor of women were IlftIaWtt u court room to hoar the trlbui ui tntile memory of this rpurkeble pwll her It men AIM nwny IJJHtAWta atfttuta ihroMtriiowt the cremenltJ- uilgon J W Alcorn was chosen tealrhlrman at the guthwrtng Judgn IWI01 Iff poke Unit imylng bottett Cal tribute to tils prcdecwsor and his a s Jand WM followed by Judge who stake at ono of Iho oIda arei Xn loft In tile forest Ha had been leyIIUJrnxodatcd with Judge Saul I kY thrtHigotit their long careers n Idn hasgwrke iFAltngly Congressman liar nit ttCJ Helm drew a beautiful parallel Wethe liver of father and son VuVex Dobbltt paM thorn high ctllo1I ItIIhtJ Mr Hardln ipoke burningly eaM intimate ansoolatlon with Judge whoa he was on til bncU and of the very ploaturo it was 0nIl Sfavehoer associated with such a mel 11nll t I J Price K S Alcorn Dr J 0 Cfirponter T J 11111 all paid bigu tribute to the memory of the depart ed and lude Alcorn closed with h ferltig tribute to the memory or hi llfoong mend nnd the latter i on Tho liar adopted tbo following rose lallons Mlcali Chrlun Saufley Memorial SHoJth Ohrhmnn Snutley wnn born In Wayno county Kentucky on IayC the 12th 1842 Afttr attending rcbool In Montlcolto be then attended the I high school In Columbia Kentiiclty a + taught by J Ir McKee a prominent minter in the Preibrterlnn churn crud aUIrftrd vice president of Con tre College He was student In h1 IIUon kcbool whrn the Civil War began and there enlisted slot the Conie treat a f service as a private In Company H 5th Kentucky under Cept Hbelbytl otter His company was transferred a tram Urn Hrecklnridirpt division to Uic command of Jen John H Morgan lie woo with this command with the rant of First Lieutenant on Its ra rous raid through Kentucky and up Ohio In 1M t and was captured bus commander on thin raid Ho w fmprlconrd at Johncons Island AI ft lapheny Clty Point Lookout and Fort Donaldson Through tti j Intluonce of Ms uncle the lion Janice C Chris man n member of Conifers ho wan exchanged und at once started to join the command of Unncrnl Let end was on his way there when IXHI surrendered He then returned to of1ftIn Louisville and graduated there from In I86K Among hU clas niatea a nt this school were Wlllam U Welch ami Richard C Warren honored de- eraser members of this bar Ho returned to Ills nome town ol- Moptlc llo And begun tho practice or law and while located there and nn March 20th 1867 he was married to M1ss Snlllo Iowan n daughter of Judge llownn of McMlrnvllle Tenn In ISfiS he cane to maniord nnd be irn hit hint Dticcessul career ns law yer nnd judge lie was elected and unrved ns County Judge of this coun ty from 1871 to 18it HP wits an elector for Hancock In presidential a etttinn of 1880 Ho was appointed the Justice of the United States court ot Wyoming Territory by President nnd Cleveland In 1885 nni served na such to until 1890 when Wyoming was nth mUtod as a state be then returned home and resumed the practice of linv nt this bar Ho was elected Clr cult Judge of this dlinct tar the term beginning January tat 1SIM and re elviUMi for theterm beginning JanllCI sty lilt ISJS and served the hull term the liE resumed the practice of law Int- 1U1 ask and was eminently successful on but was by the people again 1IIIIced11fi upon the bench In this circuit Oj term beginning January 1st 1U10 and woe thus serving his term as I Circuit Judge or this district at tto limn tuft of his death waicii occurred nt his Iltt home In this city on the morning ol August 12th 1III1WlHe was faithful mud tru in ever relation of life He was devoted tots family rind with Him Its mom m worn always first lifter tniiii r Iiersfriends and last or nil relr Ho lIar war n man of lofty Innlnct und con duct wlti a Biiprt me contempt for the sine mare time server absolutely tearless lnd bevond the very rwt Inlln clICIICP of popular cry tad tininor wmn who convinced of right and duty Ho was In foclnl life ft charming and highly bruitOllwnecUer ns an vctcnto before the fury + Ir the cham plop if his party In a political cam thebesteonsidtednnrrnl oppoument by the government upon the tights reserved by the stoics Bel n jjirtid orator his zervlces were parrebut when Judge he refused to make political speeches because he that a Judge ought only to bu kno mortonduplicity trencher armory And un dcrhanded methods ot modern poll tics And theretoro In modern par Itordependent conduct and pure lire traded and demanded the support tothp people And no compelled ntP auppllantaIn religion he was u Christen abtdlttR libel unshaken faith In accpl+ da SawkNe atonumsiit It dp Mmiity wit pottsuwd of a nufh critical intrllrci was M r nAy I1l1ctfrInthat chnrRrter that s mMl to roach ratty luHnp almost Intuitively and to the trial robin h was quick to clro rny dnfciUit cUll nat I ueaMIn this respect he had no equal A a an fldv ente he pr wnted bU tics to tunI oflhixfes poetic languagp He n clote anti critical plondor gale and ready to take adMtntage Of or eorr ct bj demurrer nnd motion any or hastiness In the plondlnn ot adversary and to him more than to any otb r person It to Ua attlbutr- of the jenernl accuracy and correctness ravenbow ol 0f this Judicial rtUtrlct tAr n Judge lie was dlvnitled and blii inert wns coiiiluctpd In the moat orderly manner and with mch dip ns merited nnd demanded and re the utmost respect of the Mr rulttvated In the people generally nnd gave to them the highest respect and reverence for the majesty of tile lnw Both In civil nun criminal ease nlwnjs wrote And prepared dur theIIclear and concise and accurate stnte ments of the law at applied to the IPI I on trial He beeveri that lltl pnnU were entitled to De heard onto d I vas a tireless worker until nil cnsei on his docket were called and irtunUr for trlnl given and navelthe docket of his be crowded with untried cosset An judge he was Able and dispatcher the business with great rapidity lieIwas uninfluenced by friend or and every litigant of whatever sta or degreeIn MV or whatever race or color or by whatever Int nce or power opposed had In hl court the same talc and Impartial rial He stood all a penect bulwark any opprt slon or Injustice Iy wider the forms of law No greater eulogy can be passed upon any Jude than to say as can bo truly said nr Jude Saufley that he measured fully to the quailflcntlons owecrlbed b Jehovah for Israels Judge Judge hisaby men between every rasa and his brother hI- nd the stranger He did not respect persons In Jug se menlownn wr ns thow ArllItIICWItS per men Ills lay his death this state this dls rnd trltU this county uis community the bench of this state his sutteretth lots that cannot le noble manly men a Just Judge Is no more We shall pct look upon hiliulike tK3ln Msmorlal to George B Saufey Ueodge IJ Saufley Who was one of 10bersttaken ttway by death on the 7th of March 1910 Within n short time nffor his death It was declflod bv his brother lawyers nnd the oHcers ot this court that owing to the then limited ficlllles for nolding such n laid meeting as would be nppdopriatc to he memorv of him who was eo lIenWI ernjly popular throughout the county of whom nil who know blm wore justly proud It would be best tnw ostpono until better tacllltles for holding a meeting to publicly glvo Wi united expression to the deep sorrow which his death has cast upon thr lollllmnIlY as well ns to oak ot the ject court that a testlraonral to his mom y bo entered upon the records ot who Lincoln Circuit court They now with that the court cause to be entered Ui records this memorial as ex +alun of something of the worth him whose death they do sincerely a1horgcif his death In tho Is1l1 year ol nge Ho was born In Stanford Miicon ciMinty Kentucky and nl Ing resided In Stanford Its par vho tlflIrndmlttol to the bur In lilt year l1UlJAlmost from his appearance at the III he showed himself worthy to tievipliuid tn the tront rnnk of his profes In He was unusually bright or intellect and WRi always so calm nn and self possesses tent to those n Knew rum hr was looked to ra J W ACEY guyS HOTadEL FAMOUS HOSTELRY HERE Sot BY FARRIS HARDIN FOR 7500IThe St Asaph hotel ono of ti lmat known hostehl s In the cent part of Kentucky was sold en AI 1deV stood that the cc slderntlon was I7COO the sale u Including the two store rooms bulletreId lira 11 FarrlH Possession will be given on January 1st The sale w negotiated by the hustling real can firm of Hughes McCarty forfuerrAooy will nnd endeavor to conduct tbe Institution hAnw n to lIe iioplo of Stanford sad the ngagdYsererrl years MyersMoser ANOTHER WEDDING JUST IN TIME FOR THANKSGIVING mheat pot ytreaaflIer f made them truly thankfUl Ira lion r roe or + Ir and Mrs William Moser Iud Annie Myurt daughter of JI r Zdflletlgevlllsc one 1almetor the iletfc dlst pastor Mr Moger Is n prominent young farmer VPI popular with every pne nnd has lionrv congratulations upon winning such nn attractive and doslrablo iielp moot Mr and tin Moor onteitnlr ed the bridal couple nnd a number or their friends at Thanksgiving dinner that evening Mathenyr HOLDING HIS OWN AND WILL PROBABLY RECOVERc lib many friends will be glad to earn that Mr Sam Muttony who Will so terribly Injured by a cutting lax on the tarn of Any Gooch has ek It holding his own nicely and unless rnmo unlooked tur compllea tinge arise now he seems liKely to a complete recovery sMr and Mrs Matheny have been under a heavy hand of affliction halo for their little child had Just recovered from a severe attack of dip- therla when the father sustained such a settees accident ways nature unusually strong and bright and In the short span ot lire which lived hero on earth he so diligently applied himself toward mental im pro+ emvnt that It seemed to the ob rvant of his acquaintances that u only a question or n short time r he would be one ot tb proml men of his ego nnd tlmoJHe was cutoff In the springtime ot life and on the threshold of much great usefulness 0 Ills associates at the bar and In e community In which he lived mostJ deeply and sincerely lament his to his mother sisters and broth all unite In that they extend tall sympathy In their bereavement A lusty who attended the services Is requested the publication of the fol IlIg Judge Saufley Ik began his life lc a soldier tin thcnthed his sword fora lot cause Fonrlets and bravo In bVte he never C down hit sword until tho banner of loved was lowered and surroprter itten on Its folds Then ho came Lack to the life of n civilian ahd Into tho profession of law and singlehanded nnd steno taught hU af1sso graphically with a taw bold touches and so clearly that every mans heard him grasped his thought was perfect case T- An a Judge his decisions were as clean and unchangeable ns the Inwil Itself no subterfuge no weak lechnl sct bound him i Justice wns his D nottothAs a man a devoted husband a lov ness father a firm into friend a foo mot his enemy In broad daylight l naked and gave no quarter It gone In the midst of hlAU l8 before time had laid Its lug tlierlng touch upon Lila facilities the primp of Ms mature ivnirUood for ripe pxpcripnce ht was f iiid the obinat roman or than nil A FRIEND j MERCHANTI 8 PARDFROM LANCASTER Lancaster Nov 28 EIUr Jacob Joseph one of Lancasters withndaughter Inu Charles Davie of Chattanooga ofbirsfnaph left at one for her hUll htAfn- ng re now entertained for his speedy race v dry Circuit court convenes this week Rev Mr Junes of Loulsvlllp filled SundaytlChapterorat the home of Mrs Jamey A R+ ton Hughes Swlnebroad sold for Mrs Anrle Singleton her residence on Lttxfnrtnn street to bin Tula Wai leer for 1600 AIn Singleton and daughters wl UII11ltrIev T II Thornton a naptlit mln later r t Honaker Vs hold nervier the pit week at the court house The ion MMUted him In the mooUnjf and conducted the song service Hv Mr Thornton preached some Very practical sermons and good crowds wore out to hear him Mrs WI Williams will be the hos toes Wednesday afternoon to tho members of the Chautauqua circle Most Inviting refreshments will be nerved It Is with much regret the nenilori see Mrs Williams leave Lancaster for her now homo In Okl Lama she having beep nn nnthusias tic member of tho circle for suite a while I earl the little four year old dough dieUd iineiirorfa a eons at tho home of her parents nArIMarksbury In the county Much sym pithy IF extended them 111k death of their little one Mr W A Arnold of this city Is the owner of till fine dog sport who won the Derby at the into Fox Hunters Association hold at IIandaround his nark Ands of tier pedl grce and considered an unusually fine Puppy At the picture show given by Mr U M Pate on In his opera hour Saturday nflMit Mrs V n Simp to on won tHhindsome set of dishes brWo or more pleas by holding tHe fortunate ticket Joseph Aldrldge and Miss Lottie Ham both of this county united iiihmarriage In tho alto of Lexington nrotlegion offlclntlng The groom Is thea MllcolmAldMdJ8ter of Mr and Mrs John item and and has been a most valued amply ee teleIhonn pie youngclJullle Goes to Atlanta CHARLEY LUTES TO OPERATE IN SOUTH THIS WINTER buIn1 inily since retnrnlnJ from Calgary nnndn has decided to spend the win In Atlanta and will handle cattte dai extensively In cpnncctlon with J H muloloullnctlMr Lutes plans to return to Kentucky and will maxi Ills headquarters In Danville buying all through this purl of State Mr Lutes at considered one of tho most expert W cattle buyers In the country and his Borvlces are always in demand by lathe big shippers Mt Lutes got a load of 131p pound cattle last week from J H Floyd nt cents and bought up n load or two stoppers for Well at loom 3 u4 to 440 Hubble Sqiilio McKechnle is able to sit up ter a two weeks illness Mrs A M Luce Is very sick but some better Miss Mable Rankln of Marcellus visiting her aunt Mrs AP Sloan hanksgivingbe gh tntr All report game rcc F Rankle of Marcollus was 11Hh it neighborhood this week on uulbr David Spoonamorc came home front loran to spend Thnllksglrlngno Georgo and Ray Roberts went up Crnb Orchard tQ hunt Thnnksgiv f tlu Tobacco titan are getting anxious rain no they can stripthf1t to sail bscco Wheat Is looking bad on account Th of the dry wentteri of nets Sum Spoonamofe and rum fly are Ulklng of going to California the first or January Mr George Huffman our black smith will go to Point Lcavoll tho first of the year Mr Thomas P McMillan will take chhrge of the shop here I sBible School Parliament OF LINCOLN COUNTY TO BEHELD HERE SATURDAY Thp following la the program for tho Lincoln County Illblo School Parliament which will be held hero next Saturday Dec S J0 A SLDevollonalL B rateI- IfUConrflrence The 1SJU Front FrazeeofPrlgla Noon Inermlsslon 180 P M Conference Problems our County Bible School Work Led by U L State Ahns1V E Fraj 3a1QDlble School Symposium le by U P Shepherd a Building Kqulp niontrvl1 Organization o I SOlf IYomotlng IIUlonarlrogrnmI cation In the Bible School JomKOO TumersviIIeI h4oheJnFloyd on Flailing In the east cud the county Mr Floyd Is a remark- a ble old gentleman He Is 82 year old was born in the house in while he now tires He never bought hand of bacon was never out oi milk and butter never bought u broom never bought n pound of soap I never noted anything but tbo demo cratlc ticket had Is ono of the tildes Masons In the state and Lincoln couuF ty io1s now very feeble and doe not leave tile house They also visited Gorge Ellison of halfkat this writing 1a Mi Virgil McMullln spent giving with the homefolks at Euoan Tie rain Sunday was a great help the tooacco growers 11d Miss Beisle Bubble left Monday for to JVlf nond where she will Attend school Mrs hasty and Mrs Fleming Van ook spent Thanksgiving with MM Frank VanHook Dom to the wife of E C Hubble sweet little girl There will be a pie supper at the Hchool Saturday sight Dec U The money will go to the ChrujtMnjEik dentorers Come girls and some one to buy it +y Gilberts Creek of Mr John Nevius and son of Leb anon are here spending a few days with his sister Mrs J E DuckCI Mr George Redman left for Indl ana this week Burn to Mr find Mrs Wesley Holtzciaw a tine girl Mother and hter are doing well belllwithon hleelymMr Henry Spradllii spent Sunday Stanford with his frleud Elmer Connett I a Miss Frankie Doty taylor is spend by g a tow days at Crab Orchard the guest of her sister oars Ivan Fist Miss Polly Trnylor U visiting In Danville I Mr Dun blosPy of Turnorsvllle V a few days with his rather Cyll1IMr W H Traylor s getting along nicely we UfO stud to say ot- Mr T W Hutchllison who line been on tile sick list is getting Along nlerlyat this writingml BRIDFVTOBE FORMERLY N TAUGHT AT CRAB ORCHARD t I The following announcement will rend with much surprise by tho on- Ilnln friends of the prospective j the groom In this city Ins od home htWI Is a young lady of great beauty toGc was for sttveral curs con IandIs ns follows Mr and W llocker 627 Jefferson OUItreetengagement of theta daughter It l KHinboth Lola to Mr WilliAm Kobln In Huguoly of Rotenuerc Texan In marriage will take plaie trf ItCoNovember Danville MlgNDt1 N0 79 HEAVY DAMAGES AGAINST RAILROAD AWARDED IN TWO CASES IN CIRCUIT COURT28 INDICT JURYyPUBLIC SALE Circuit court adjourned on last abigA4fSlaliding n total of 28 indictment It to0A the Jail The railroads caught things rather heavy at the term ended for two bit tllelIIjuries alleged to have been sustained by being knocked on a track near AttorUfJIJJrepraeinted tho plaintiff sirs Pearl Daniels of this city was awarded a Judgment against the Cln cinnati New Orleans S Texas Paclf Ir Railroad Company known as lim Cincinnati Southern for 7010 dam ages for tile death or Her husband width took lance at Somerset he was employed by tlie railroad time ago He was killed In the hefOIroad rds at Somerset ofHarding lemon Burro Howling Purvear represented Mrs forh J aplealavere mntl to of Appeals HaysRatcliffe POPULAR YOUNG COUPLE SUR GPRISE THEIR FRIENDS Much surprise was caused to his ninny friends last week when It was learned that Henry flight Hays son Mr and Mrs W W Hays hal beingksyoung woman of London They slip up on all their friends and drove the residence of Rev H c Oarrt ttmeI i tether They will make their home there Both have the best wishes ot t many friends 1Baby Burned FISHaj The fourmonthsold baby daughter Mr and airs W s Fish was thrown out of Us cradle by Its hothEartband one hand Luckily U was res In time to prevent It catching Lira or susalnlng a more serious In Jury The Infant In Its cradle had been placed directly in front of the dearth by the nurse and the little lad tboIin trout of lhofire When a cold becomes settled in the lreatInatural and healthy condition Sold Plennys Drug Store Hustonville The Hustonville Auxiliary of the C B M will meet at the Christian church Thursday afternoon at 2 o Two of the state officers Mrs nnd Mrs Walden will be pre and address the meeting Till mtnocrs are expected and nil ladles the church Invited tins Jennie Carpenter President I Cjkopleasure In recom to the Insuring public the old reliable American of Newark J represented here by Kincald Polelln my recent fire I had a policy In Ute above company for 500 my furniture nnd notwithstanding fret that part or my furniture saved I have today received chock from the company for the full amount 3oo Signed lhls 26th day or Nov 1910 R W Scudder Tho old old story told times with number and repeated titer and ngnln for the last S6 mare buts Always a welcome story to thoso search of health There is nothing time world that Cures coughs nnd as quickly ns Chanurlatna ugh Remedy Sold by Pennys Store t a It 2 THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL 18 f TUIiSDAY NUd MILER IU WO i 4 PUBLIC SALE i Being compelled to go to Arizonr I will offer for sale publicly my farm of 160 acres on the cutoff pike 1 12 miles south of the Stanford and Danville turn pike known as the George R Engleman farm on FRIDRYDGG 2 1910 At 10 oclock A Msharp The residence on this place was recently burned butI it is a very valuable piece of property as all the necessary outbuildings3 good barns good tenant house etc escaped the flames The fencing is nearly all new a number of never failing springs are to be found on property AH the land is in blue grass aud clover except 4o acres which is sown in wheat and rye LIVE STOCK At the same time I will dispose of 1 Registered Saddlemare 9 year old in foal to S T Harris King Eagle 2 good family mares subject to register both in foal to All Peavine 1 Western mare good driver 1 pair coming 3yearold horse mules well broke 1 pair 6yearold mare mules 1 harness mare gentle 3year old saddle mare pony colt 1 yearling gelding 1 2yearold gelding 4 suckling L 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 year ling heifers 1 2yearold ste- erFARMING IMPLEMENTS Consisting of 1 mower 1 binder 2 harrows 2turfing plows 1 culivator 2 f double shovel plows ploH harness 1 farm wagon 1 buggy 1 set buggy harness 1 new 3horse wheat drill with fertilizer and grass seed attachment etc shocksiAlso a lot of White Plymouth Rock chickens and White HoI Iturkeys Terms easy Robert F Scudder Stantord R D No 2 IJOURNALt iIHELTON SAUFLEYPublllhtrJ SVERY TUESDAY AND FRIEAY I POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge The Interior Journal Is authorized to announce Charles A Hardin as a candidate for Circuit Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial dtstrist at the election to be held November 1911 I subject to the actvon or tho Demo The Lexington nnd rankfort papers have been doing a lot of talking Commissioner of Agriculture M Rankin because he suggested that h might contest Campbell Cuntrllls eea to Congress One or the Frankfort sheets played handmglovo with Ran Kin when they wore trying to control tire farmers institutes and elect a cer tntn man State Secretary but the mln itto be ran against Its pot declared all bets oft Old Man Ra 4 kin Is 1 dyed ifrtho wool republican and we confess that our democracy 1 4 Of that sort but we are here to sa that he ie every bit of a man land If suoro ram and more ofticials were an Hound us hIIH the country wouldnt suffer much f And by the way the likeness be- I e tween the commissioner and lih fam f ily and the Hankins of Lincoln ana Wayne Is remarkable though wo understand they do not know or close kinship We have never seen family characteristics more legibly Impressed t upon the countenances of any men of I a name than the Uanklns bear hTey are certainly related somehow and descended from the same stock And what it virile and vigorous old ances for they all must have had to have so stamped the family Impress upon the wide branches of his descendants Govenor Wilson pardoned 11 no Governor Wlllson pardoned 11 ne all of whom were serving seven years for murdering a traveling man The Governor writes jery plausible rea sons If but one side of the question Is consideredCATARRH Cured by The Marvel of The Century Tested for 30 Years tHawking spitting foul breath dis charges of yellow matter permanent IngrcdlLents SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE CATAUHH IS NOT ONLY DANGER deathIoften rouses Ioss of appetite and reaches to general debility Idiocy and oncenWant taro because It rids the systems of the poison germs that cause catarrh at the same time Blood Balm B B wlUllooryI nerves and parts affected by catnrr hnl poison giving warmth and strength just where It Is needed undI In this way making n perfect lasting euro of catarrh In all its forms DRUG GISTS or by express n 1ER LARGE BOTTLE with directions for homo writring tribe your trouble and free medical advice given Sold by Shugars and Tanners Servant of God GOES HOME AFTER LONG AND FAITHFUL LABOR After a long Illness tho spirit of Rev Mlles Saunders father of J N Saunders of this city passed to its well earned sward Friday at his home near Shopberdsvlllp Bullltt countyThe remains were taken Saturday to Mr founders old home In Spring tlpld Mr Saunders was 78 years of ace and had been retied from anttve ministerial work for n number of years He way pastor of the Presby terian church at Springfield for 39 years and was much beloved In that locality which was the only pastorate he ever held He Is survived by hV wife and three crlldren Mr J N Saunders Mrs Charley R McDowell of Danville and Mrs H S MurdocV of nuckhorn Ky BrentRogers POPULARYOUNGANOTHER COU PLE UNITE HEART AND HANDS BuforiJ Rogers and Miss Elizabeth Brent n popular young couplo of the county obtained license here Thanks giving and wore rondo man and wife by RPV J1 pickny The groom is a ton of Ken Rogers and onn of the nost poniinr young men of the county wlUe his bride U very pretty and attractive They were acromnanlod to the ministers hy Oscmr Brent and Mine Ternl Rogors anti Clyde Curtis and Mliis Beulnh Walden who snw the Urnt safely tied Tho friends of Mrs W C Uell will bo grieved to learn that she nun suffered a relapse and Is again very ill Harrodaburg ncpubllcanI FOR SALEI As I have decided to go to a warmer cllmiite I will offer my lltt0 home for sale cuntalnlng two acres and 16 poles comfortable Jiouto and all necessary outbuildings cistern and orchard from 8 to 15 years old Quar ter mile from Duddernrs mill on Dix river four miles south of Stanford and four miles south of Lancaster apply to PROF J D DATSON Gilberts Creek Ky GOWANSKing Stands supreme under every test Feelse cure keep Gowans in the home Gowans al ways conquers Croup and Pneumonia and your doctor assents Gownns 1rcparation wna use on my cliilil when it +vnn ilenprrnteb til with Pneumonia linninlhttiy mitt the fcconil uiipliitttion inv jilivsiFinn called unit finding HO ffrpit un tmproviiiitnt onliiiii its cotitiniiitnce recovereil rapidly QJnhCKUiUtiiKKM 124 East St MIiKlienv IM BUY TODAY HAVE IT IN THE HOME AllDruMUU SI tine 25e GOWAN MEDICAL CO DURHAM N C CuriitiH aid Mall nhM tj Jill Oridltl JFXTRAGOOJ3 THE BOYS CLOTHES Why not select now and give to the boy for a Christmas presentt heWILLKNICKERBOCKER TROUSERS from J3CO to l0 the suit We have a few suits with STRAIGHT BOTTOM trousers at 160 to 10 the suit and they arc worth twice the money but we want them out of our way and the HALF PRICE should remove them H J McRoberts 1 t FREE a5Ociaro- fPalmolive t Cream l We have n tog Bring this coupon to our stores ular size Toro the and do as the nd directs famous Palmolive We will then give you absolutely Cream or you Itree a full size jar of Palmolive wont cost you a Cream which we ordinarily sell for cent 50c caskl J Cut the coupon Youll find This cream the most from the Nov is delightful thing of its kindever sues of Good made Housekeeping Pacific MonthlyRed Its en Book Womans Home Companion tirely new Ladies Worfd Uncle Remus bled and It a s aunt Dee iSllueso PcoplesHomo IS 11th o Journal Delineator Designer New quality of Idea Blue Book Green Book Nov Palmolive 19th Colliers Weekly Nov 5th Soep the Saturday Evening Post Nov 6th queen of all toilet soaps Illustrated Sunday Magazine and Look in the magazines for theIAssociated Sunday Magazine coupon Bring it to this store STOREIPENNYS DRUG t oc pQo F Fii FsJt GOOao 4o I I9FHeinz Preserves Apple Butter J Etc Beach nut marmalade Jelly 8 If It y Peanut Butter Etc J J Stone Black White Mephistoe S and Creole Cakes Apples Ban 8 anas Oranges Cranberries Cel g o ery etc HIGG1Ns1ef Stanford Kentucky 0F 00e0IJJ 0 e 4 W 00 000000 0000000u CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I cnn furnish the public with the best niwell at the freshest of out flowers plants of sit kinds bulbs potted bower on short notice Also make n specialty of wreaths tor lor funeral uurposci nilktn41otprlcei- OIiniHTMAJJ IIOUSEH1JD HtaatiraKy CONCRETINGWe entsendserverouwork and material Uall and get our prices s before you buy younuatcrlal nt least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky ilTUESDAY NOVEMBER 291 1s1e J THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL PAOB YJ I i 1 f i i j Remnant Pay Saturday D eell1br3dr c l- k SEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky Special fountain pens for school use 1 76 cents fl and 125 at Pennys Drug Store LPERSONALS II 4f Miss llosn Burke visited relatives litrib Orchard last week L Wcaren Hughes was up from MompbU Sunday vlsltiag friends Oeo U Hopper jr camo user from Central to eat turkey at home Dr C A Cox of I onesboro Tenn wan hero on business last wdok apse Sue Doth James of MlMlwip Jil la the attrncUva guest of MIM SAllie rturdotto C II Coioman cttum homo from the mountains to oat Thanksgiving turkey Prof W Hopper of ML Sterling i wont tho Thttnkmtvlng holidays with tho hotnofolks Prof J W Irolnna attended Uin meeting of tho Btghth district tmeb era at IlarnxUburg Friday and Sat urdayUeorpo D Florence and MIM Boris 0 Jean Penny enjoyed the foot ball j fiuno at Lexington last Irldwr albs Mary Higglng game down from Bamerset to spend Thanksgiving at homo Miss Mattie lee Hubble ot llamll ton College Lexington spent Thanks giving with her pnronts lion andp Mrs It I Hubble Mm John Nevlus of Lebanon June lion and sister Mrs Ethel Hilton ot Stanford were recently visitors of Mr It II Matson and family At Lan I caster Wr Howard Perkins daft returned to Detroit Mich alter u few weeks t visit to his aunt Mrs H C Anderson Mr und Mrs A D Hoot lelt Sat for Lexington to spend a few with their daughter Mrs Leslie 1Uldl1 after which they will go to Oklahoma to spend the with their sons Miss lira Dawson of Hubble visit ed Misses Umavn Uromctt and Km inn Lrtnp Capt 11 Joyen spent Trnnks gluing with his family In Lexington sir H C Anderson continues very 11- 1Mlp M Forma long visited relatives nt Turnorsvllle Saturday Il sv J Tt Jones pastor of the Hap tlrt church In Cincinnati assisting In n revival service at one of the Quoen City churches Mlssos Catherine lynn Kato Now land Jennie Popplon of Stanford and Ruth Wnllln of Loulftvtllo worn guests of Miss Kato GIlds at hsr homo In the country Mt wwx ills Itlo Mnrksbury of Hnrrode burg U the attractive guost or Mln LotMllA Whlto Mr Lliuwwy Ilenthford visiting ills uncle J W Uddgvtt It Ibirtwell Ky T yo Ikdgott wlfo and little sou ind Mrs J M llndgott hMO bon visiting relatives at lirynntsvllle and Uarnud county Mr Lavl Brown or Maryland anil lire Susan Whlpp of Hamilton O were married at tha rMldcna of Eld J Q Montgomery onedo last weekilhurty Now Col and Mrs J Henry Hankie of Junction City came in Utt week to pen their daughter Mrs J P jreen who tins been Quito III Mr Hnuklu returned Sunday but Mrs Hunkla will remain hero until her daughter Is able to go homo with her to re cuperate London Bchu Mr and tire Goo u Spoonamnru nnd handsome little son wcr with W M Zonono and family last week Mrs W K Warner has relurond to her homo In Stanford after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs J M Hour no Mr and Mrs L C King of Hub ble were given ft sumptuous dining of Mr and Mrs Smday at the homo S W Moss Lancaster Record Judge Wise On That l New Overcoat i t I Glad hearts and great L I riches are seldom ac rrquaintedsays Judge Wise abut comfortand I economy are veryold friends at Cummins Wearens Store whereIyou can buy the very t j OVERCOAT you needfr1 ir for this rough weather r at any price you want I THIi STORE II THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER MARX CLOTHES I noCIIICVllloltpert Sirs W H Uromett here ills Ca tnvu Uromctt visited rein tives In Hodgevllle Saturday and Sun day Little Misses Nannie Mny Uromett cf Hubble spent Saturday nnd Sun tiny with hrr grandparents fir and Mrs Illley Jromott of this place Woodnrd Lunsford of TumorsItlllo visited friends on Whitley ave Sunday IIR It L flyers and children ot Morrland and Miss Annie Dlslion or Junction City spent Thanksgiving ed friendfIOrnb Orflh tills w ok Mrs J W DIshon or Junction t icySHORT LOCAL NEWS I I i I Rooms for rent A U Patterson 1 I Attend Ute TheHtArlum Its only 8c The Thoatorlum k fine attend 60 Watclu solid silver ware fine Jewelry etc seo W II Illellerfe See Hd of Mrs Amanda S Jllmoro aalo In another column Most llboml Rrepolicy written Is ClayFire to land agnt- New stock of Darlor oil heaters received tits A M at W 11 Higgins Uest made try one Diamond rings cut buttons and U brooches II great variety at Muel lerV We hnvc opened nbrand horn wtlh brand new goods and Inw bite all our friends to call Groceries shoes and furnishing H Urady opposite Mortons reltnurnflttf I am prepared set sale dinners at reasonablo prices Bring your sauIn sage In and let mo grind with myal new electric grinder It does tho rlnnj Est and quickest work J C Lynn Your clothes will basatisfactorily he cleaned and pressed If lelt at Wilkin sons barber shop R Walter Mlllmrn a Proprietor Livery stable for rent ttplundld lo cbtlon An exceptional opportunity c for tho right man Jas 1J Shelby unction City Ky for Sale 3om0 nice barred rock did and mlnoroa cockerels lid Hubbird Stanford tic For SaleSmnneIt 1 Red pullets r and cockerels and Toulonse geese tile Apply to Mrs W J Edmiston Crab Orchard Ky 73lp o Let tho I J order your coiling UMt artist wedding Invitations announcement bait Finest work at reasonable cure prices For SaJe10 shares ot Hustonvllle National Dank stock Apply at this olllce 10 We have some second hand buggies end ono carriage for sale fence Uros I For Rant = account of the bunll nUMI t wtll rent my store with a nice dwelling of four rooms kitchen and tall and front porch and a fine cis tern 111 the door A good barn fine ardon ard all necessary outbuildings will rent at a bargain at Hnrtwell Ky Ctisey county fine place for buM jess Call on or writs to J W Had eett Son Kldds Store Your own price sthoarticle at Hoppers auction Friday afternoon and Saturday Many useful thingsfor tho farmer will b0 sold at Hoppers auction FrI hay afternoon and Saturday J 0 Napier family of Row Innd have moved to Lebanon Junction where they will make their home n tho future Mr Napiers placo at Rowland was recently burned down LINCOLN COUNTY FARM FOR SALE 1QO acres in tine shape crop goes with Cottar conic quick J M Roy finds AYaynoflburg HOG RAISERS Are your hogs worth 6 cents per toadgunranteo Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy to Urpp hogs hwltliy andfroo from dlsengo for C cents per hnad per VHU month It CUTElI Cholera Worms SUntulatCB tho Appetite Aids OlgesUou and causes hogs to fatten vary rapidly This remedy Is used and endorsed by loading hog raisers throughout the country Como 1 and let us tell you about Sold by New Stanford drug Co For a suitable Xmas present go tl- hielkrI Jewelry store Christmas black kelWere bak tug this week Jet your order in at cncp J D Norton + Lo tnotweon MrFj Amanita S illmoina gato and Shelby City ulack handbag containing two 1 bills Whll silk gloves and tax receipts signed by Mrs W It Harrison steward for return to this ollice + A week rprnris bolng conduct at tho Methodist church by the Indlos of the Homo and Forolgn ash slonar Societies Tha services am held each day at two In the after noon Friday there will bo an nil day meeting and Friday night an open session to which everybody Is noted l c perso w are woKvno dt every service Bores something good for Li read era The Cincinnati Post dally one year the Interior Journal one yccr and tho Posts beautiful 1911 Wood Calendar all for 250 This of good for both new subscribers and old ones who renew The Calen dar Is a beauty while most everyone knows what the two are This a bargain Send your subscription the Interior Journal at once Tom hasaccepted a position with J D Wearen the Insurance roan Mr Eads one of the best known young farmers of Lincoln and should a valu a hustler He prove able abslstant for Mr Wcaren r There will be a pie supper at May church on Saturday right to everyone Is Invited Col W Johnson tho auctioneer will enj with a lu before the auction and vocal solo Arrange nents have beep made to meet the nfterrnoon train tram Crab Orcl 16 ladies comp it many as for the evening Several promi cltlzfcns Yo 1 be on hand and name apeechee and a rood time wm had driveway Constipation Indigestion appetite and mako you weak and sick Ilollisters RockY Mountain drives awaY i TVa restores the appetite 36 I the system Iisense builds up eats Tel or Tablets Shugars and Tanner two splen Rev Hudson preached sermons at the Presbyterian church Sunday rooming and evening was nceompnnted here by Mrs Hudson He has not yet decided how von whether to accept the call to Inca congregation 100 Reward 100 tbe mdrrt ol thY p will be Mrw d to kayo tlxn B it tout oaf ttmdril duvtw tit urtron Deed able to care In aU Ito tags and that Y- alarr0 Catarrh Cur Y only poattlva now known to the medkal paternity ltarrh ring a roUIUtional d e rrgntra a eumatu oil ttlmrnL 11151 lytarrh CUre Y tutn In- ternaU actwr directly U the blood and mueo- iahM or the ay1Um tbereby d uoJInC the uo4uon of the dlrraer and alYINI the patient ttoztll bulldlnc UP ronatllutloll and MIlt I In doing 1111 work The proprklnn baTe ninth faith In lu cuntlT powers tint tbrr otter Ont llundrrd Iwllara for any use that It UIU to rure fend for list ot tnthnonlate- Adilrrc F cnnXKY k CO ToWo O PoM by ill nrucetim the Tike 11111 Fanur riUi lor cnnitlpatloa That romp ot irTd at pit of stomach will melt awnv and nil tnmach dis tress will vanish In live minutes when Miona stomach tabus are taken by Pennys drug store to cure any 00 of indigestion or money back lareb box 60 cents Croup Is most prevalent during the dry cold weather of the early winter months Parents of young children should he prepared for it All thaw needed Is a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Many mothers are never without it In their homes and it has never disappointed them Sold by Pennys Drug Store obt krJ4irBETSYS POINTERS My idea of real urew is When 11 woman has prep denting with ont tracery for a long time and porno cash and then find out a n lgMf has boon paying less for the aamr Hetcr join mo In n few visits tr eKeynnti Coleman whore preps ar lowest and no favorites Is raid and very fit hornnny and luulnuta Snow Flake horn nyPhone 196 Goods Dellvere COFFEY COLEMAN Wanted to rent a house of 4 or ft rooms In Stanford or vicinity Apply to A C Connett Logan avenue Lame back comes on suddenly and Is extremely painful is caused by rheumatism of the muscles Quick relief Is afforded by applying Cham berlalns Liniment Sold by Pennys Drug SioreiFor Sale Uarred Plymouth Rock cockerels nice ones 75 rents cacti T A Rico 7J3p Skin And Scalp Troubles Yii d to Zemo A CLEAN LIQUID PREPARATION V FOR EXTERNAL USE Pennys Drug Sioro is so confident that Z13MO and ZEMO soap used together will rid the skin scalp of infant or grown person of pimples black heads dandruff eczema prickly heat rashes hives Ivy poison or any other form of skin or scalp eruption that they will give your money back if you are not entirely satisfied with the results obtained from the use of ZE MO and the soap The first application wilt gIve prompt relief and show an improve ment and In every instance wirero used persistently will destroy the germ life leaving the skin In a clean nealthy condition Sold and guarap teed by druggists everywhere and m Stanford by Pennys Drug Store Let us shov you proof of some remarkable skinai2pagePennys Drug Store il 1 tt O D Is Is It A It Is Is IP the by the Is It or ifI Am Glad writes Mrs Ethel Newlfr of Jiberty Center Ihd that I began to take CarI for it has cured me and I will never forget ituI cannot praise Cardui too highly for what it did for me Before I began vetybadpain and only haveIi CSS keCARDUI j I The Woman TonIc Beware of strong nox- Ious mineral drugs that systcnTlikea basin of water vegetablepoisonous minerals or drugsIt safe and harmless for use by old and young and may be taken as a tonic for j months without any possfi ble harmful effect Try it WINTER ICOATS Ih4 Our Line of Ladies Coats were bought direct from one of the leading manufacturers Thenstyles are correct and the pricesI as low as quality will admit ti 4- W W W Q W E PERKINS KENTUCKYL a V a i r i t- t IL R K tPH T W Humble W O Mania 11 Warm Underwear t t For Women and Children Womens Swiss ribbed Union suits in heavy and light weights all sizes Also nice line of ladies separate garments in heavy and I light weight We are also show I Iing the best line of childrens un suits we have ever handled Also new line of womens net pet ticoats in wool and cotton Pricesr 50c to ala- HUGHES MARTIN C0r d I Ii 4S1oesL Ia I v 4 + l L THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL TUU3DY NOVEMBER 2J 1910 1I I We Have these From 5 to 25 I Sam Robinson WHITE M r t 1 IISSsilirt L iA 11 WE PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICE For All Kinds of j Farm Produce IHIDES AND FURS WANTED I NOW LAND BUCHANAN J FOR SALE PRIVATELY I i Stanford Ky I priceFURS IJOHN COLOUISVILLEKY iIIIIIIIIIIIIIIrr MayI 1 FreshOysters SERVED IN ANY STYLE ill T n 4BI- NI TQWINI SIT Cirsins Rcsfmriiif yeA CARSON Prop i TOBACCO GROWERS Beginning SATURDAY NOV 12th V 1 will buy and receive Tobacco at my mew warehouse in Stanford Will be in Stanford on Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays of each week At Paint Lick on Mondays Wednes FridaysIW P KINCAID A FULL LINE OF COAT SWEATERSAND UnderwearOl L L SANDERS Crab Orchard Kentucky THE FARMERSIFor SaleaO ewes 4 years old Jas Yowell Huatonvllle Thero came to my place about sept 1st a red bull calf weighing about 600 pounds Owner can get same by paying for this notice and his keep John Prlvctt Waynesburg Ky For Sale100 atock ewes W 0 Walker 732 Strayed or stolen two broncho mares 4 find 5 years old One IB brown with T branded on shoulder the other bay branded 0 on hip Reword If returned to n W AlcUur fey at W H Trnylors at Gilberts Creek 733 It II mow of Shelby City has for sale a number of thoroughbred Duroc boars and a few gilts He also has for sale a Cyenrold horse sound and absolutely gentle Suitable for carriage or delivery wagon 752 For SaleO shoots CO to 60 pounds weight Henry Anderson Stanford Ky 753 Senator II U Hubbles criick fprlnter TM Green Is getting onto ills stride again Ho won n nlca mile event at Jacksonville FloridaI on Saturday the purse amounting to 300 With a good track thU horse Is mighty hard to beat at a short dls tanceFor Sale169 12 acres of land nov five room cottage throo porches pantry hall etc large barn 10 stalls shed nnd good loft lUiggy house lien house ote Tho puce JB well rvatored buildings all new and tone lug geol This ta n goal furm and will sell at a harp price only 165 PIT mere Apply to I II Hughes It Kea R very moon day at Lancaf ttr court Monday and only a very small crowd was in town These were about ISO ostllo on tho market and trading was veryslow Prices ranged according to quality of Shill ulfercd from 2 1S to 4e Senator K L Bubble sold to Cha IJUtea 26 1000pound MUlct this week m 5460 CINCNINATI LIVESTOCK Oinclnnntl Nov SllCattleUoe- lpl I67S market steady lair to good shippers 47 S6 common JS30 itX75 Hogs receipts IflW market steady 1016 centp higher buohors iiiul shippers S73nt 7J6 common = 4767 3S Sheen Hectlpta 10 market steadv 175 J tPO Umb Market steady 7PiffrIfI tinny school children suitor from constipation which Is often the cause or seeming stupidity at lessons ChambcrlalnK Stomach and IIvor Tablets ore an ideal medicine to give a churl for they are mild and gentle In their effect and will cure oven chronic constipation Sold by Pen nys Drug Store r PUBtlCSALE I vill sell at public auction begin ring at If oclock A M my farm of GO acres cu the Danville pike 5 miles east of Diinvlll0 and U miles west of Stanford or- THURSDAY DEC 8 1910 1 toil also sell a line combined car rlage end farm horse works well everywhere safe for women and chit Jren one extra tine farm and road mare and brood mare 1 twoVearo gelding very tine well broke to ride and drive 1 tine lilly colt draft stock l extra good Jersey cow 2 12 years old giving line flow of milk 15 acres of corn In the shock at + ns paivasoiqnop jo cajan re also 25 bushels of potatoes nnd G to 7 bushels of tur nips Hoimelicld and kltrnen furniture IncliidliiK a line J7I range good as few a 42 silver set gold lined tine maliognny table parlor carpets nnd rare sod other thing too numerous to mention Terms of day of sale J P Chaadltt AuctioneerMRS AMANDA S GILMORE SPANFOKD KY K D NO 2 PUBLIC SALE Having decided tochange my lo cation I will on Thursday December 15th 1910 offer for sale to the highest bidder the following described property 74 head of cattle 30 head of 7f 0 imud yearlings nnd 44 head of UUU to 1100 pound cattle 42 head of hop from 150 to 225 pounds In bunches to milt purchaser Good meat hogs 1 five year old saddle mare extra good 1 tine year old colt pair extra good 16 hand mare mules one pair IB 12 bund mare mules two good milk cows tono fresh 700 to 800 barrels of corn voId on ground 800 bales of hay forming Implements of all kinds 2 twohorse wagons hay rake mow ing machine harness kitchen furni ture ard household furnitur- e1ERMHAll bills 510 and under cash in hand over flO a negotiable six months note benring 6 per cent Interest from date of sale JOHN G LYNN N BOn same day and date Y W burton will otter for sale farm now occupied by me consisting of 270 r5100 acres with good house and binldliRS 1 stock and tobacco barn well watered by a never tailing spring wtll lenced and fences are in excellent condition 200 acres ot this faun is ir blue guns and will grow hemp tobacco or anything other rare In Kntucfc will grow farm will be sold on caa Itprmii For jiarticnlax write V R Burton Someract KIDNEY TROUBLE Suffered Ten Years Relieved in Thrtt Months TftaHks to PERUNA ICI rrewaw + a w C HriZEK Mt Sterling Ky aYII i I have suffered with kidney and bladder trouble tor ten Last March I yefnstIIornna and continued I have not used It since nor Lave I felt a pain FOR SALEI A No 1 hanging Fork farm of 362 acres well Improvcd and well water ed 6 miles from Danville lancaster and Stanford on Danville and Lan eAster turnpike 1 rnHo from t churches good school store and blaCk smith shop rural route runs by door Dwelling of 6 rooms nnd two ammo dious porches comparatively new 1 large harp two tobacco barns othorInecessary outbuildings all In pail lotGeoThe Norleigh Diamond WatoItitr Bunting GoatI A coat with style and class I and the most practical hunt ing coat ever designed Is absolutely watertight yet light and flexible A coat made to fit a hunter and very liberal in cut- Is bound with leather has leather covered boulders five outside cut in pockets one outside patch pocket and has full game pockets through out the entire coat The corduroy collar 6ta perfectly and when turned up fastens with storm strap The button holes are all worked with silk silkttitched stays at the strain Inc points Has ventilated under arm gussets and adjustable cuffs The water proofing is by a new process that is really watertight- If you want a coat that has class style and yet room for any reasonable bag investi gate this coatFor By GEO H FARRIS J LBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm j era Also Dealers in FurIniture MattingsRugs will exchange Furniture for ill Kinds ot Stock Give Them a Call Prices Rig- ht5AOIotD KENTUCKY Harry JacobsDealer la and Manufacturer ot Marble and Cranlte Monu ments Marker and Poets Omettiry end law Vases and IiUeee omcu and works JIo Kinney Ky i J Ce McClary Undertaker ant Embamor STANFORD KY Office Phone 167 Homo Phone 35 To Lincoln County Tax Payers Dont forget the per cent will soon be added to your taxes and Is Is nOt the desire on my part that any should have to pay thin extra money there fore I want to give all a chance to settle up and avoid the per cent So I or one of my deputies will be at the polling places on the dates named be low to meet you and collect taxes and deliver to you your receipt This will be the last call before the per cent Is added so dont fall to meet us on the dates named below Crab OrchardSaturday Nov 11t- hMOrellndFrlday Nov 25th Hustorvllle Saturday Nov 26th w L MCCARTY s L c P Wall times we will be glad to have you call at the office where we will wait on you promptly and with des patch Make my your home while in town you are always wel come W L McCARTYI We Wan- tTurkeys Bring them in at once and we will pay you the highest Market Prices H B NorihcofL T K Tudor Mgr PHONE 153 B D CARTERNow Liver Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY NOTICE Not getting a sat isfactory price for my property I will continue business at the oldstand G B PRUIf T Moreland Ky FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Writ for Free Catalogue No Agents H F HILLENMEYER A SONS Lexington Kentucky A MODtHN SANITARY TOILET Is a disease and discomfort prevent lye It eliminates all annoying odors Deludes all disease germs Let us 1inme that old style trap nttair and replace It with a toilet that Is as or inmental CB It is convenient and heath preserving The cost vrfll not ho touch It shouldnt be considered when the bruit of your family may he InvolvedW K WARNER Phone 188 Stanford Ky IiIIIIIiIII II II POSTED The hunting season Is upon us and nearly everyone wants to post his place The charge Is 25 cents cash nth name 1 1111111K B Uenlmin T A Rico J W Hughes M J Hoffman M F Laurence J II Acton- J S Harris J W Haughman Prod liaumann David Stcvcm S IL Baughman J 11 Uaughuian Jevln Carter OUant on Campbell Frank Cordler Will Cordier Christ Jacob M O Lytle Jr J O Carpenter f lames Smith Mrs Wattle White Wt Dougherty H C Andereoi John M Oooch A r Traylor D 11 Anderson J A Potter J H Thompson O P Newlnnd J II Rustle Harris 8 Woods II Curtis Mrs Battle H Hewoi- Uun Gulszl John 1t Carter Fred VonUruenlRaiiJ J Klllott A Klolbnia torch Gander IlsBoa Faille nnd Bottle Carter J IL artor P W Carter L S Cnmor E H Hiitfiold has M arfr Sr Mrs H L Williams H 0 nnughroatt A I Johnson P W Carter J W Peak STIRRING TIMES we are having In tho building line We carry a full line of lime plaster cement nnd everything olio needed for building Everything purchased hero will bo found of tho bOlt quail ty and tho best for Intended purposes We will save you trouble aad uaaeeAlti inry expense by vending to as for aa estimateJ ALLEN Stanford Ky II NO SYMPATHY FOR THE RIDER or driver who lwe poor hum lvcrMWr Whn hoeeslly made rnil ikUMraittmNi harness eon br bone here so reasonably It In a mane own fitult If hI UkM the rtk or luvlng rum a mall order catalogue Proit by others experience end nut vnnr harneM at borne J C McCLARY Stanford Ky to FAIT And Winter Suitings My now fall and winter samples are sow ready for your Inspection They comprise the boat on the market 11 can suit any one as to price who has his olotnos made to order A suit made to your measure Is preferable to ready made clothes To have them made to measure doesnt cost any more than ready dada whea quality and rat r eeatere Ooaie In and let e tea rour eaouera IL C Kifiey ue PractlCAl TaUor5j MANY DOLLARS HAS GONE UP IN SMOKE that might have been saved by a rite Insurance policy If you have no In surance on your property take our advice and Insure In the Continental company It makes ug weary and sad when u fire occurs to think that n nan hndnt gumption enough to cure a good wad from properly 0Ipolicy In lie Continental dont unwise Insure in time You will thank us for the tip W S FISH STANFORD KY PHONE 209 rFARM FOR SALEI I will sell prvntdy my farm of about 2RO acre mile and halt from HuHtonvlllc on Danville pike line house of seven rooms all other necessary Improvements and splendid water Can give possession soon J C NEAL e Moreland KyfSALE STILL GOES t Th0 burning ol my home will In no way interfere with the tale of my property on Dec 2nd Kverythlng t 1 goes absolutely See ad In another r column Robert Hcudunr FARM FOR SALEI SO ncres lying 1 12 miles west of Highland a good cottage nnd out lioiuen barn etc 6 fields fenced about t5 acres In cultivation plenty of water Reason for soiling out not able to work on farm Price reason able JAS A KING 608 Stanford Ky H P D No3 Box 05 IIUIRIIIOIUIrsCLOSING OUT SALEI I As I have to change climat- eII will sell for the next 30 days full line of millinery dress trimmings and notions purchased In the city at P prices astonishingly low This stock was carefully selected and M 9 It will meet the wants of this Nor any other vicinity H II I will sell It as a whole If an g opportunity should present h tCORA S LIPPSI IIIIIi