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TRIBUTES PAID TO FATHER AND SON MEMORIAL SERVICES HELD BY BAR IN HONOR OF JUDOE M. C. AND GEORGE SAUFLEY. d Memorial services ror two Lincoln lawyers, rather and poii, islio Imt recently paused over tlio dark rlvei of death, were hold by tho Stanford bar at conclusion of the recently tirni or the Lincoln circuit court Saturday nllcrnoon (lathered with tho local lawyers were .tudK I ws L. Walker, of (iarrnrd, Coti.uion wealth's Atlornoy Charles A. Hardin, ol Mercer, and At tonic) h Hubert J Urccklnrldge. nnd Morrlhon II reck In rldpe, William J Price, nnd Junior, of D.invltlc, thus giving ropresontnt-Idi- i to t!ii four counties of tho Judicial district. In the irlliuln paid to the Into Judge M. C. Snulley, who sat an lone and no nlily on tho liench or the district, and to Ills son Ceo. It Hoollny. who nn auc.li a I various rtlllant reputation nt th ik convinced ol right and duty Ho wns In roclnl lire a charming .md highly t nteitnliilng companion and brilliant conversationalist. He was an unex-cel"- l orator and whe.lccr na an before the lurv, or the chani plon or hla party In a political enm palgn. he wna foetnan, worthy ol the beat talent or He opposition. In politics he wit n consistent d. nmrrnt, n firm believer In tho Jcl ftrnnlnn policies nnd alwaya oppo-- ed to Tiiy nnd the least encroachment by the government upon tho Ih'lng tights reerved by the atate were deit isllted orator, his service manded and frwly riven In all party campaigns, when no: on the bench, but when Judge, he relusrd to make olltlcnl speeches, because he held th tl a Judg,. ought only to be knovn as a Judge, and In no way as a mere Ho simp- abhorred the lolltlilan. duplicity, trvachcr, bribery nnd underhanded methods ol modern poll-ilennd, thereloru. In modern par lance, wna no part of n politician. HI htiperlor ahllltv. his manly, bold, Independent cimdurt and pure life and demanded the support ol mil ao compelled mere the pc lltlrlans who desired n ailipllant to stand nalile a J. W. ACEY BUYS SLASAPH HOTEL FAMOUS HOSTELRY HERE SOLD BY FARRIS & HARDIN FOR $7,500. GAKKAKU MERCHANT STRICKENJN SOUTH JACCO JOSEPH FROM LYSISOTHER VICTIM OF PARALIVE NEWS LANCASTER. ourt - of women were pisont In the court room to hrai tho tribute to II.- memory of this rwiwrknble Ml.-i- i men, niid many spectator Ml throughout 'he reremcwlen Judge J W. Alcorn wat ihoaen a Judgw chairman ot the galhortng Walker spoke Ural, intylng bessutlful tribute to IiIh predecessor and hi xott, nnd wot lollowcd by Judge llrcckln rUUe, who spoke n two of the "old lull In the foret He had been imini.tfly nssoclntrd with Judea Hani v ihmuRout their long careers nnd Con,trosmnn liar spuhe teolliigly. Helm diew a beautiful pnrtilkl or the It ( or father and son Fontaine Fox llobbltt paid them hlKh eulogy, end Mr Hardin spoke toucningiy ot I'U Intimate association with lodge Snulley wheu ho wan on th nnd of the rcry pleasure H whs to have linen associated with such a man Wltllttit .1. price, K S. Alcorn. Dr J ! Carpenter. T J. Hill all paid hlgu trlhut,. to the memory or the depart d, nnd Judge Alcorn cioed with n feeling tribute to the memor) or his friend, and the latter" son. Tho bar adopted tho following resoch life-Ion- s numbr lutions Mleali Chrlian Saufley Memorial Mleah Chrlsmnn Satiney wna bora In W'ayno county. Kentucky, on May the 12th, ISIS. AItr attending achool In Montlcjllo. he then attended the high school in Columbia, Kentucky, taught by J L. .McKce, a prominent Uie command or (Jen. John II. Mor?an .(e was with this con mand Mlh the tanU of First Lieutenant, on Ita nnd raid through Kentucky t)hlo In ISW. and wuh captured with (hi mid. He waa hi commander on Imprisoned at Jolim.on's Island, Allegheny City, Point Lookout and Fort Through tho Influence Donaldson. of M uncle, the Hon. Jamca C. Chris-man member of Conifers he nn exchanged und at once started to Jolt the command or Uenenil Loi. and wna on his way there, when Iahi He then returned to mrrendercd lUv study or Mcntlcello and lav, nrd soon entered the law krhool tliere--I In lx)iilvllle. :uid cracuated rem lu IHftb Amonr M clasmutes .lll'im 11. Welch school were ut thla C Warren, honored de and lennei' members or thla bar. ha returned to his iiome towu ot M&ntlcll and began tho prnctlcu ol law, and while located there nnd on .March 20th, lti7, he wns married to n ilauphter or Alius Salllo llowun. JiiiIkp Itowan, ol .McMlrmllle. Tenn. In IMS he enme to ouintoru and bo .rn hi most siicceiiul career us law. yer nnd Judge He was elected und fcoreiI na County Judge or this county from ISil to 1ST: He wna an elector Tor Hancock In pi evidential eleition ol IKhO Ho was appointed Jubtlco or the I'nlleil Stttea Court ot Territory by President WjotnliiK Clou'lund in ISiSri an: served an such until 1890 when Wyomlns was ad mltled an n atate be then returned ot home and resumed tl v practlco Itw nt this bar Ho was elected Circuit Judg oi this dKtxlct tor the term beginning January 1st. 1HVI. and ror the term beginning Januthe full term. ary 1st, IS'JS, nnd He teaumed the practice or law In succesarul, J'KH and wan omlnuntly but was, by the people, again placed upon the bench In this circuit ror the term beginning January Ui, 1U1". and was thus aervlnc his Ihlrd term us Circuit Judge ot thla district at itu time el M death, waicli mcutred at hi home In this city on tin moinluB l'MO ol August He- - wub fallhlul and tru,. in over relation or lire He was devoted to hU rnmlly and with mm It memIt-gu-n rd aei-ve- minister In the Presbyterian church, aud afterwards vice president ot Cen wan student In tr. College He Civil War began this and hen tho chool thetc enlisted n the Conledenite ervic aa a private In Company H, bth Kentitckr, under Cept .Shelby OotTev ill company was transferred Irora Uen Hrecklnrldre's dlTlslon to In religion, h wna a Chrlt.in, with mi nbldlng and unabaken rnlih lu an aeeepted'a SaMor'a atonement. Ii dii Snultfv was preaMl or a qu'ek. rttleal inlriktt, was h rady " wcaalon and under eati upon Ills mlno wua or II rlrruinstaiicer. OtMl character that seemed to rmich enmlislnnr almost Intuitively, and so nt th trial tuble h, was ipilck to and ;ust n Mae enr ,nlelt to recover rnmi an illanovni'-ag- e iweurrlng ilurlltir a trial, and As lu thla respect he had no eipial an idv tei'te he presented hts case to the Jur clariv and forrlbly In tho iiirest diction, nnd cholret phrase, He wns i nd oHlinef poetic l.ingnpge a c'o.e and critical pleader, quid: and ready lo tale ndtantage or. or correct b demurrer nnd motion nnv crnir or loosoiicss In the pleadlim i.n ndvetsnry and to him. more than to any oth. r person. Is to be nttlbuted the general accuracy und correctness the younger memtf the pleadings ofnnd ot the bar or bers ol this bar, this Judicial district As a Judge, lie wns dlriilllecl nnd his court was conducted In he most trderlv manner and with kiicli dlr r.lty as merited nnd demanded and re ot the bnr, celved the utmost (,ml cultivated In the peoplo geuerallv. . ,.! v,.,. in them tl.e nlctlCht respect Hnd rtvettnee lor the majesty ot the l.iw lloth In civil anfl criminal ciieh,, Mums wrote and prepaml dur lm lli.t frlnl thrt lntrtirtlnlitt tri thf Jur), and they were noted for their clear und cencise ana accurate state inotila nt Him Inu n annlled to the d that liti case on trial lit- gants were entitled to ue neara, vua to wns a tireless worker until nil ., ,.n hlu .lnrL-M&.m rnlleil mid opportunity tor trial given, and never allow id tile uocKet oi ms court, u As lie crowded with untried case. a Judge, he was abli and dlspatcheC the business with great rapidity He by rrlend or roe, was uninfluenced nf wtuitever sta .....i AI...V lltlf-ntion or degree 'n "fe or whatever rac or color, or oy wnaieer mi enco or power opposed, had In his .....ri ih u.nnie fair and ImuartlaJ trial H,. stood as a pfr.ect butw'ark against nnv oppression or mjuiutr .. .Hr iho . .rmii nf Inw. -No creater u..u . ... h etiloey can be passed upon any judee than to say, as can be truly said or Judetf Sautley. that he measured tull by ..n in ihi. n.inilllf ntlnn Jehovah tor Israel's Judge, .lutsr.- ms Saulle) heard the causes ueiwe'-fellow men. and Judged righteously between everv man and his brother ind tho stranger. He did not respect persons In Judgt he'-evef n The St. Asaph hotel one of the best known hostcliles In the central y part of Kentucky, was sold en by Karris & Hardin to J. W. Acey It la undcistood that tho was $7,f.00, the sale not Including the two toro rooms under the westten portion of th,. building, now t ceupled by J I,. Uca7lcy and lleo. II, Karris. Possession will be The sale wns rilven on January 1st negotiated by th0 hustling real esnte firm of Hughes v ilcCnrty. Severn! bidders hnve been niter the hotel for the part few weelts, but .Mr. Acey prt vec' the successful omit It understood tlml Mr. Acey will iit.ike a number of Improvements nnd eiulenvor to conduct tliP Institution on the anmc high plane that It has eii'oyed In the past lie Is well known to the ii'Ople of S'lunford and tho .Mon-ilji- ;i&ve1ltu- - public, hnvlng been ngaged in the soft drink Imslliestt here for ynrs Myers-Mo- ser ANOTHER WEDDING JUST TIME FOR THANKSGIVING. IN 'Juite h iiuiibcr oung couple got the proper Thhnksglvlng muod last week. b FecMnn tho preacher nnd having the words said which made them truly thaiiklul. Ira Moser con or Mr. and Mrt. William .Moser, and Annie Mjers, daughter or .Mr. into and Mrs. JohIi .Mycts ol .MIIlMlgevllle section, were made one bS Huv V. I) r.ilmttor, the Aletlodlst pastor Mr. Aloser is a prominent joting runner, vei iKjpulnr with every pne and hns heart) congratulations upon winntuu ,,uch an nttractlve and tlesliahle iielp enteitalr-eiiu et Mr. and "Mrs Moi-ethe bridal couple and a number oi their iriciidK at 1 hankglvlng dinner r tliut evening Sam Matheny HOLDING HIS OWN AND WILL PROBABLY RECOVER. Ills many friends will bo glad to learn that Mr Sam Matfceny, who was so terilbi) Injured b a cutting Ujx on the fatm or Any Hooch last week. Is holding his own nicely, and complicaunless fme unlooked-lo- r tions arise now, he seems Imciy to make a complete recovery. Mr. and .Mrs. .Matheny have been under a heavy hand ot allllctlon late-irn,- - their little child had lust re c:uple wll reside covered from a severe attack of dip- therla. when the rather sustained such a serious acciacut. Goes to v Bible School Parliament one of Lancaster's Circuit court adjourned on last merchants was stricken with leadlnr week, alter having accomplished a OF LINCOLN COUNTV TO DE paralysis while vlhltlne his daughter blR bunch oi business and gotten HELD HERE SATURDAY Mrs Charles Davis, of Chattanooga. much work off the docket. Tho Mr.. .Tosophi left nt one for her Siand Jury reported on Friday, returnbedside I.ter reports aro he The rollowlng Is the program for ing n total of 28 indictments. It Is vrv much Improved nnd hopes are tho Lincoln County illhlc Hchool ftrongly recommend that some renow eitortnlned for his speedy recov- Parliament which will be held hero on pairs and Improvements bo made at ery. next Suturduy, Dec. 5: the Jail. Circuit court cotivtnes this week. A M- .- Devotlonal-- C. B. Tato. Kev. Mr, Jones, of Inilsvlll,, filled The railroads caught things rather Conference "The 1911 Front hcuvy nt the term ended, ror two big the pi'lplt nt the Fork church Sunday I Rank Ulblo Bcnool." W. K. Frnree. verdicts were returned during tht. mornli.R nnd evenlnc The Marv Walker Price Chapter of "The (Jrnded School In Prill last wvck of court, the V P. C. met Monday afternoon clplc ni.d Practice ' II. P Shepherd. 6. K. Owsley wus given Judemcnt at tl.e hom0 of Mrs. James A. lt's-to- I J Noon Iner mission. for J5.000 against the Louisville An Hughes & Svvlnehroad sold for Mrs. 1'JIO P. .M Conferenie " roblem. or Nashville itullroad Company lor Auric Singleton her residence on our f'ot'nty Illble School Work.' Led alleged to hnve been sustainLfNlnrton street to Mrs. .lul-- i Wal- by It. L Lerry. ed b) bolus knocked orr a track near for JlfiOO. ker 2: "Uur State Alms " W. K Frawc Hazel Patch, his old home. Attorney;! Singleton nn-- ilaushters will Mr Illblo School Symposium. IM rtoutt Harding nnd P. M. McHob'-rtprohsl'ly lenve Lancaster taking up by It. P Shepherd (u) Huildlng Kqulp- represented tho plaintiff rliHr residence In the west ..Irs. l'enrl Daniels, or this city, was ltv 1 II. Thornton a llnptlst min- nient;vi) Organization; (o) Program uter, of llonnker, V.i , held 'services .tixo-l-i- 't omotlng Missionary Kdu- - aw at did Judgment .igainst, th0 Cinweek at the court house. cation In the Illblo Sctool." -- W. K t'le pist cinnati. New Orleans . Texas Pacifson assisted Iimu In the meetlnir The ic llallinud Company, known as Inn nnd conducted th,. song service Uv Frasree ory s omo Cincinnati Southern, Tor $7,0U0 Mr. Thornton preirhed pnietl.-n- l sermons and fiood crow da or her husband," for the Turnersville vu're out to hear htm. width took place at Somerset where Mrs W I Williams will he the ho he vns employed b) tL railroad somo to the Wednesday nfternoon tess Mr and Mrs. John Arose' hfpVa i.iembeis ol the Chaulnuqun circle. been visiting their uncle. Harviy tlnii' ago. He wns killed In the rnil- Inviting refreshment? will be toad yitds at Somerset Attorneys Most corvei' It Is with much regret the Ilo,d on Mull ng in lie east id nmUta rxireUi cwllnB ana iicnhors see Mis Wlllfams lenve Iho county. .Mr FIo)d lb a remarku' Purvear represented Mrs. Daniels. l.mcnttrr for her new homo In Okla- ble old gentleman. He Is - years I ho court overruled motions for homa, she having been in enthusias- old, was bom in tin! houso in which for oulte .1 he now lives. He never bought a .lew trials In each casc and appeals tic member of tho circle vere pranted to the Court or Appeals. while. pound of bacon, was never out ot I enrl the little four year old daughter or Mr. and Mrs. .tack Dally died milk, and butter, never bought 11 a short HI Hays-Ratcl- iffe tf pneumonia after only parents near broom, nevei bought a pound of soap, never voted anything but tho demo' tiess at the home of ler ) county Much M irksbury In tho tratle ticket hnd Is one of tho oldest ! extended them In ," death Masons in the state and Lincoln couu' POPULAR YOUNG COUPLE SURor their llttl one PRISE THEIR FRIENDS. Ho l.s now verr feeble and deies Mr. W A Arno'd of this city Is ty dop "sport" not leave the house. the owner of the flno Much surprise was caused to his They also visited (Jorge Ellison, of who won the "Derby" nt tre late Fox Hunter's Association held nt Crab the sane place, who have been help nany friends last week when It wa Orchnnl Springs "Sport" Is black less for three years but Is somo bet- - learned that Henry Dnght Hays, son nnd ttn In color with a white ring tor at this writing. j of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hays, had around hla neck and Is of fine pediMi. Virgil Mc.MullIn spent Thanks- - married at Danville, his bride being fine gree and considered nn unusually giving with the homerolks at Uuoanks MUs .Maty Fay Katcirre, a beautirul puppy They slip-tTt- - rain Sunday was a great help young woman of London. At tlu picture show given by Mr. M U ped up on all their rrlends, and drove l'atetf'on In nlR opera housen the tooacco growers. Mrs. V. D. Simp-toSaturduv nfht Miss Hesble Hubble lelt Monday for to the residence of Kev. H. C. won thAhandscime set ot dishes where she will fmend hon where the knot wjs tied In time orMO or more pieces by consisting I them to spend Thanksgiving holding 'he fortunate ticket. kchool. Joseph Aldridge and Mlsb fettle Hasty and Mrs. Fleming Vau- - .ether They will make their home Ham, both or this countv united In Thanksgiving with Mr here. Both have the best wishes ot marriage in the citv or Lexington in Hook spent many friends. the parlors or the Phonix hoel. tev. Frank Vanllook. Horn, to the wife or L'. C. Huoble. Heilbione Christian minister, or Lexington ortlclating. The groom Is the a sweet little girl. oldest son or Mr. and .Mrs. Malcolm Baby Bnrned There will be a pie supper at tho Aldrldgo nhlle the bride Is a daughschool Saturday night. Dec. a. The ter or Mr. and Mrs. John Ham and and has been a most valued emplyee money will go to tho Christian ,INFANT OF MR. AND MR8. FISH lor some time past nt the liastln Come, girls, and bring a HAS CLOSE CALL. exchange, belnjf at the long pome one to buy It distance phone. The hapnr youns pie nnd fir, Jacob Joseph hua-batdII-'.- 'J n ' 11 tlam-pgeh Ijinraster, Nov 28. lly aru talking or going to Calliornla HEAVY DAMAGES the ilrat or January. Mr. tleorgo HulTman, our black AGAINST RAILROAD smith, will go to Point Lowell, the first of tho year AWARDED IN TWO CASES IN Mr Thomas P McMillan will tal: CIPCUIT COURT 28 INDICTI cl.itrgo of the shop here MENTS BY GRAND JURY PUBLIC SALE m i oll,,, S- aym-path- i 2 1 o fr s. tele-phon- ,. In this county. The baby daughter Atlaita IN ment. great. He heard the 9inH.ll as oV w-- us the ol Ho was not alrald man lly his death this state, this district, this county, i.i.s community, .i,- nf this state, kas suffered A a lova that cannot be meaturcd noble, manlv man, a just Judge is no We shnll nc: look upon his more. hUe .iKalu. the lace t.nh Hrlcchi fnnrr und In the hort fpan ot life whlrh . u...nv...... ne ueu nere un ....!. Ha rrt rlltlcnntlV " applled himself 'oward mental im provement Will 11 Beemeu m nic his acquaintances tnat it ...of.. n..A.tln. nr n ahnrt- time HIS Mro"ll v ........ UlllJ .ii.i.i i.o nn.. nt th.. tiroml- . lient men of his age and time ol Ho wus cut oft In. the spilngtlme his lltu and on the threshold or much r.nd great useuunvra. Ills assoclales at the linr ami in most the community In which . lie lived nentn . .. hid deeply iuiu sihkvicii.. l...,,iit broth-cr- s nnd to his moUier. sIMers and In that they extend rull . a tsj 1 n born mi leader ol II n. His nmind was ..... CHARLEY LUTES TO OPERATE SOUTH THIS WINTER. tieodge II Huntley, UO waa one ot, the brightest nnd most popular mem-i..,s i ,i eoiintv har. wns ttaken nwav h death on tho "th of Within a snort tin." March. t'JIO ..Iter his death, it was decided hv his brother lawyers nnd the o'.llcers ot this ourt tliat. owing to the then limited ficlllles lor Holding such n would bo appdoprlnte to n mooting the memory or hint tfhn was co popular throughout tho couni) nnd of whom nil who know Mm were o Justly proud, It would be best to postpone until better Incllltles rov give holding a meeting to publicly united expression to the deep sorrow uhlrh hU ilenth hi. a cast unon the cotuiiiunity, as well nt to ask of the court that a testlmon:al to nis mem-cibe entered upon tho recoids ot the Lincoln Circuit court. They now .ikk that he court cause to be entered on It records this memorial as of something of the word' nl him whole denth Uioy do sincerely lament Hi oi no Haines baulk) was, nt the tlmo it his denth, In tho '.'.Sth year ot iin-nl- Mjmorlal to George B. Sauf'ey. l) I.luco'n ciiunty, Kmitucky, and ol utiu raalflit In Ktaiitiiril iil n.ir. cuts wer Judpe iHcuh C Siulloy unit Ito was drs rialllo llowon Saullev ndiultttvl to the leu- In lu jour 1U0I U''m Mllioit lrom ms uptuiaiiit- m ine m nlwins Ursf bers Kls iml. l.a of nil. oir. lie Par In showed liimsvir worthy lo i und cor plaied in tin. liont rrnlc or lux piofes-(.ioi- i mis n initn of loltv He wns unusuail blight ot duct uM a tuiir me comeiupt for the mere tnno seiver, abnulutolj' U'ar-Kb- intellect nnd was always so culm. inll" clear and seir possessed nml to tnosc vrrv -und bojond the cnoe of popular cry nm emmor wiun who knew jnm, he was looked to - hi uge Ho wub born In rUuniord. ifr - in-ii- :l S hllbbuud a loV Ing lather, a linn, lino ft lend it foe vho met his eneni) In broad u.i)iiB.i mid asked and gave no quaiter. Ho Is gone In the midst of his iikcdulrnas, bofoio time had laid It v IthcrlKg (ouch upon nib luiuuiek, In the prime of his inatur. n .urnood un ripe expeiience ht was tillnl lomun oi the i ull A Fill I. Nil u ,i Charles O. Lutes who has been buy. Int entile In Lln-ocounty and since returning from Calgary. Onnnda, has decided to spend the win-te- r In Atlanta, and will handle catUo extensively In connection with J. II. liaughroan's large horse and mule businrt-there 'this winter. In the spring Mr. Lutes plans to return to Kentucky, and will maxo his headquarters In Danville, buying all all unite . though this part or Slide. Mi. I.utea In their bomiveiu-'ntIs considered one ot tho most expeic A huty who attended the services lequesttd the publication or the fol- cuttle buyers lu the country and his services are nlw.t)s ;n uemanJ bv low lug the big shippers. Judqe Saufley. Mi. Lutes got a load or ii.. i...Tfn hi. urn ah a soldier; un- " ' i" his sword for a lost cause catlle lan week trom J II. Floyd tit tlieuthed 5 cents nnd bought up a load or two IVai let und brave In biuut ne mei Well at liom 'i !! to bword until thu banner ol shippers lor laid down Uli ' MO. was lowered and surrender he wiltten on Its folds. Then ho camu Lack lo tho life or a civilian, nnd went Into tl.o protesslun of law, nud nnd alono tousht hU sliiite-handcSqulio McKechule Is nblo to sit up to the Iront.. iu) alter a two weeks Illness As nu orutor ho sketched his subMrs. A. M. Luce is very sick but ject so grnphlcnlly, with a fow bold Is soiiio belter. touches and so clearly that every man Misk Malle Itnnkln. or Marccllus, who heard him, grasped his thought was visiting her mint, Mrs, A. P. Sloan with poiTect ease. Thanksgiving. went As n Judgo his decisions .vere a hunting Host everybody gamo All report clean and unchangeable us tho law Thanki-glvlng- . s . lUvlf; no sublet rugo. no weuk bound him; Justice was hU D F Uttiikln, of Marcolltib was In ni"tto. this neighborhood thit. week on oiul- ln s 1,'MO-poun- d fiM-lo-.etechnl-cnllth'set-ice- .mm : ilenled ucas. Spoonamoro ittiuu homo from i to spend Thaiiksgtvlne. Ceorpo and Hay llohettu went up to Ciub Oicliaid to hunt Thanksglv-Iu- Dtid ller-fi- k rob.ieco men aro kcUihk, anxious t for rain ho they cim strip Wueat Is I00M114 bad m ac biK.o count of tho dry weatLer nnd fum I nde Ham Spoonainore of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Fish was Gilberts Creek. thrown out of Its cradle by its baby, brother, last week, and felt on the hot badly burnins- Its lltt'.e face Mr. John Nevtus and son, of Lebspending a tew da)s and one hand, Lucuily It was resanon, 'are here, cued In time to prevent It catching wltn his sister, Mrs. . H. Uuck. or susainlng a moro serious InGeorge Kedraon lelt for lndl-Mi- a fire Mr. jury. The Infant. In its cradle, had tblb week. been placed directly In front ot the F.cxn, to ..Mr. Itnd Mrs. Wefley hearth by the nurse and th little lad Holtzc'taw a line girl. Mother and in playing about he loom, tipped the eradle over, spilling tie baby directdaughter are doing well. n front ot th,. fire. Mr. Fied Moser Is down in oen with u swollen hand. When a cold becomes settled In Mrs. Itruce Daugherty. who Un It will take several days' treat Leen en the bltk list. Is setting along inent to cure It and the best remedy nicely. to use Is Chamberlain's Cough Iterae-.iMr. Henry Spradlm spent Sunday it. will cure aulcker than at Stanford with his rrlend, Elmer other, and also leaves the system In a natural and healthy condition. Sold W. Connett. , by urutc cuirc Mlsb Fianklo Doty rraylor Is spend-tng a few duys at Crab Orchard, the Hustonville. guest or her sister, Mrs. Ivou Fisl Miss Polly Traylor I visiting In riie Hustonville Auxiliary of the C. Danville. Mi- nun .Moser. of Tumeravillo. V II. M will meet at the Chilstlan 5 o. Thursday kpent a few days with his father, chuich Two of tho afternoon at Mrs. state officers cock. -, Mr. F.cd Mobtr. who u on tho llet VnI)Hy mld Mr, Wnl,,en ,)H pre. list. cut and address tho meeting Tho tilon,; mmiocrs are expected nnd ull ladles Mr. W. II. Tiaylor .s getting ot the church Invited Mrs Jennie likely, wo uro glad to bay. Carpenter. 1'iesldent. Mr. T. W. Hutchinson, who has been o tho sick list. Is getting along I Ciko groat pleasure In recomnicely at this writing mending to tho Insuring public the 'old reliable American" ot .Newark, BRIDE-TO-BFORMERLY. N. J., tepiesented here by Kincald & In my recent rire 1 had a TAUGHT AT CRAB ORCHAR&. Feidtci 'bulic')' In the above company for 5(k) The following announcement w, 'v Mrnlluie and .lotvvlthstaudluK be read with much surpiise by the " Hat part or my furniture many friends of the prospective tecelved ved. I have " groom In this city. b:s o.d tome The ror the rull young lady ot great beauiv check froin the comnanjr Sho Is a Lthle-tbe was lor bi.veral years con- - "'"outit. 1500 Signed th.b 'JOlh day of Nov IW10. with Crab Orchaid high school nectcd R. W. Scudder. as f and ninny iiccompllsliiiieins. nouneement Is us lollop. Mr ami stw.'told time, with- I locker, Jorieison out nunl,H,ri ,, rt:,K.aU,(i ow)r M,s. V , t tio last :i but ttreet, Musl.ogoc, Okla.. tiniiounco (lVor ngu)n ungamont or ilmlr diiuguter it t8 always a welcome 6tory to thoso the -- 1 here Is nothing Uda to Mr William liobiu In search or health cures coughs nnd world I" ton llugufly, of lloeiiucii5 Ixh. t())dR aR (JuU.kl niam. rlaln'a Sold by Penny's Tlu manias' v ill take puce tu Uiouut, Hemedy ngei Danvi.le Mss. or November Dri'B Store 1 , ay v. E "'t y Mi o Te fr tl. ad M p a- - l A -' 1 & fc, k s . Ltftiyv4wirij mw?? 'qgag; ' yt'" "" T H JiAVJT T 2. THE STANFORD. JCBNTUCKV INTERIOR JOURNAL. tui:kda, 111 -- novkmiikh -- :, m. PUBLIC SALE OOOOO 000000000000000 1-- 0000 000V$ mooeooooooooo O Being compelled to go to Arizonr, I will offer for sale publicly my farm of 160 pike 1 2 miles south of the Stanford and Danville turnacres on the cut-o- ff pike, known as the George R. Engleman farm, on FRIDHY.M2.19I0. 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 the necessary outbuildings 3 good barns, good tenant house, etc., escaped the flames. The fencing is nearly all new, a number of never failing springs are to be found on property. AH the land is in blue grass aud clover except 4o acres, which is sown in wheat and rye. A Kk LIVE STOCK. Registered Saddlemare 9 year old, in foal to S. T. Harris1 King Eagle, 2 good family mares subject to register; both in foal horse to All Peavine, 1 Western mare, good driver, 1 pair coming mare mules, 1 harness mare gentle, mules, well broke, 1 pair gelding, 1 suckling old saddle mare, pony colt, 1 yearling gelding, 1 mule, 81 evtra mountain ewes, bred to lamb Feb. 20; 7 meat hogs, 6 brood sows and 40 shoats, 1 young Jersey cow, fresh, 1 Shorthorn cow, fresh, 3 yearAt the same time I will dispose of 1 3-year-old old Lijr'' YTRAGOOQ THE BOYS' CLOTHES. Why not select now and give to the boy for a Christmas present a Good Suit of Clothes Something he will want and something hc WILL NLLD. We can sbow you a stock to select from with KNICKERBOCKER TROUSERS from J3.B0 to HO the suit. We have a few suits with STRAIGHT BOTTOM trousers at $1.50 to 50 the suit and they arc worth twice the money, but wc want them out of our way and the HALF PRICE should remove them. is Kf 3-ye- ar 2-year- -old H. J. McRoberts. FREE si ' ling heifers, 1 2-year- -old steer. 50c Jar of Bring this coupon to our si ore and do as the ad directs. We will then sivc you absolutely free a full size jar of Pnlmolivo Cream which we ordinarily sell for 50c cash. You'll find this cream the most delightful thing of its kind ever made. It's cn lircly new nnd has n v FARMING IMPLEMENTS Consisting of 1 mower, 1 binder, 2 harrows, 2 turning plows, 1 culivator, 2 double shovel plows, plow harness, 1 farm wagon, 1 buggy, 1 set buggy harness, 1 new wheat drill with fertilizer and grass seed attachment, etc. 3-ho- rse Palmolive Cream Wc have a Jnrof tlin famous Palmolive Cream (or you. It w on t cost you a ( FEED F ie stacks of clover hay, of fodder, etc. land turkeys. of timothy, 75 barrels of corn, 300 to 400 shocks Also a lot of White Plymouth Rock chickens and White HolTerms easy. 1 cent. Cut the coupon Irorn the Nov. is sues o( Gooil HousekecpinS.PncificMonllily.RccI Book, Woman's I lome Companion, c. Ladies' Worfd, Uncle Remus' Dcc.issucsof People's! lome Journal, Delineator, Designer, New Idea. Blue Boolc.Grccn Boole. Nov. 19th Collier's Weekly. Nov. 5th Saturday Evcnintf PoM. Nov. Oth Illustrated Sunday Magazine and Associutcd Sunday Magazine. MaC-ozin- all the Robert F. Scudder, The Stanford, K D. No. 2. FOR SALE1 As I have decided to go to a warmer climate I will offer my littl0 home for snle, cuntalning two acres aud lb oles, comfortable, house and all 1 quality of Palmolive Oonp, tne queen of all toilet soaps. Look in the magazines for tho coupon. Bring it (o this store. PENNY'S DRUG STORE V I ' are certainly related somehow, and Servant of God. descended from the same stock. And Established 1872. what a virile and vigorous old ances GOES HOME AFTER LONG AND FAITHFlL LABOR. tor they all must have had to hate HELTON SAUFLEY Publisher so stamped the family Impress upon After a long Illness tho spirit of the wide branches of his descendants. llcv. Miles Saunders, father of J. N. VERY TUESDAY AND FR1EAY Saunders, of this tlty, paused to Un Oovtnor Wilson pardoned 11 nc- - will earned reward, Frldny at hla POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS linvtTnnr VllInn nnntnnml 11 n home near Shcpberdsvillo, nullltt all of whom were serving seten years rounty. The l emalns were taken Saturday For Circuit Judge for murdering a traveling man. The Tne Interior Journal Is authorized (Joernor writes ery plausible rea to .Mr. founders' old homo In Spring-H- i Id. Mr. Saunders v.ai 78 yerj-- s of to announce Charles A. Hardin as a sons, u nut one side or tne question aire and had befn reMed from candidate for Circuit Judge of tne is considered. ministerial work foi a number of Thirteenth Judicial district, at the years. He was pastor of the l'reshy-tcrla- c election to be held November, 1111, church at Springfield for 3!) subject to the actum of tno DemoCATARRH years, and wns much beloved In that The Lexington and Tankfort papers Cured by The Marvel of The Century, locality, which was the only pastorate he ever held. Ho Is survived by li. B. B. Tested for 30 Years. have been doing a lot of talking about Hawking, spitting, foul, breath, dis- hU wlfo and three crlldren. Mr J. N. of Agriculture M. (J charges of yellow matter permanentCommissioner Sauuderp, Mrs, Charles It. McDowell, Hanktii because h suggested that be ly cured with pure Uotanlcal Ingrediof Danville, and Mrs. It. S. Murdock, might contest Campbell Cantrlll's scat ents. To proxe it wo will send you a of fluckhorn, Ky. SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE to Congress. Uno of the Franktort DANUKK-OUwith Hun CATAKUH IS NOT O.NL sheets pluyed Brent-Roge- rs but It causes ulcerations, death Kin vhen they were trying to control and decay of bones, Kills ambition the farmers' Institutes and elect a cer often onuses loss of appetite, and ANOTHER POPULAR YOUNG COUtnln ninri State Secretar), but the mln leaches to general debility, Idiocy and PLE UNITE HEART AND attention at iite he ran agalnxt Its pet Contrill, Insanity,by It needsBotanic Blood onco HANDS. C'uro It inking Balm declined all bets off. "Old Man'" Han (B. B. B.) It is a quick radical norms republican, 'nunt euro becauso It rids the system TlufonJ llogprs and Miss Klfraliolli kin Is a ing couplo of tho Jli'l we ronfoss that our Uuinocracy U ot the poison germs that cause, citnrrh llrent, a popular Thanks-Ritinof that sorL but we nr here to su." nt the tan.o time Blood Balm (B. B. eoi'iity, obtnlncil llcomv here B.) purifies tbo "blood, docs away wlUt and were undo man and wlf.' that he Is every bit of a man, and ir etery symptom ot catarrh 0, B. B, by llev J .1. Plekev Tho groom U vc.e mote men ami more oltu-ialstilus a tingling Hood of warm, ilch a kOivof Ien lloifern and ono of the of the conn mmnil as he is, the rountr) vouldnt r .ir, t I. mil itirtift f tlin tiimlV7M,l .niwt poim'ar voung nr-Inenes and parts attected by aitarr- - ty w'tl'e his bride U orv pretty nnd Miffer much. and warmth jlml poison, giving Tliey wor ncrrminanb And by the way the llkuiesu be- bticngth just where it Is needed, mid itlrnctive to the nilnlstor's by Osear Ilront nnd tween the commlssluiior and hi fam- In this way making a porfeet lasting Ml8 lei'lilp lingers, nnd flyde Curtis ily aril the Kanklti of Lincoln and cure nt catarrh In all lta forms, DRUG and Mlia Ileiilah Wulden, who nw Wayne Is lemarknbiu, though v..- un (JlsTS or by exptoss, 11 l'KU LAKUr. the knit safely tied. UOTTLK, with dliecllons Tor homo dorstaud, they do not know or close euro. SAMl'l.K ShNT FllfcB by writ-inTho frlcnus of .Mrs. W. t Hell kinship. We have never seen family Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Ga, Descharacteristics more rlbl liuprobscd cribe your trouble and free medical will bo grieved to learn that sho nna upon Hie countenances of any men ol advice given. Sold by Sltugurs uud eulfortd a relapse and Is again very 111 Harrodsburg itepubllcon. a namo than the nankins bear. hTey 'lariner. Interior Journal! 00OO0 $ O O O 0 O t. CJSOOO O O 0 0 1 Thanksgiving 0ilf Eatables - a-t- lv necessary outbuildings, cistern and orchard from 8 to 15 years old. Quar ter mile from Dudder.-r'- s mill on Dlx river, four miles south of Stanford aud four miles south of Lancaster, apply to PROF. J. D. DATSON, (Jllberts Creek, Ky. - King off Externals Slunds supreme under Feci se every test. cure, keep G own ns in (he home. Gowuns al ways conquers Croup and Pneumonia and your doctor assents. (iawiinii I'niiarntloii wns nstil on my clilhl when It vi ileyiemtelt linnicillMfiy til with I'lieuiiiouU niter the fecitml uiipluiitlmi nty lilnml.il) cullitl iintl Ihiliiiti m Ktvul mi Imiirovfiiieiil oni'w Un Tint cliihl tecoiervil aiiitiniimicp. (I J III.CKU:,lliUKiiM, VJI L'ait St. Alkuhen.i, I'n. GO WANS hand-inglo- S 0 00000 0 0 0 0 Q 00 000 0 0 0 0 0 00000 a 0 CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! Heinz Preserves, Apple Butter J Etc. Beach nut marmalade, Jelly 1 Peanut Butter Etc. S Stone Black, White Mephistoeg 0 and Crenlp. CnUfQ' Annloc Rnn0 . rr Cel-er- - 0 0 y, 0 anas, Oranges, Cranberries, 0 0 etc. 0 .0 0 H. H 0 0 0 :'. Stanford, Kentucky. 0 I "" w. ICC INS, s . n CONCRETING Wnsrc tnpo.ltlon todnnil kind, ot tush u. Jllock l'uvxiueau na, tu (net, u cnii iiiukiiWork,MiIuk (rom a any Doutmluwntoa(uiiotf uott. Wo can rv you promptly hiiU aunruntua (Ir.t.clsit work nnd iiiniurlut. Unit nuU sot our prion twtor you buy yuuriuittvrlnl itt leutt, i- 1 r.i.i BUYTO-DAY- ! HAVE IT IN THE HOME CO.. DURHAM, N. C. g Ail tiruiii.i. si, no. an.. MEDICAL I ena furnlili tliti public with tliu boat, nt well m thu Inxlu'tt otvul llovttrt, pUnu of ail klucU, bult, potted llowxr., on thort nutlcti. AImi iiiiiko n i"lklty ol vtrvutbi lor (or (uuvrnl puriori. la conufctloh with tliRlove, have nil kindiot vvsvtitbU't on lnuiJ at nunonnbU - .COWAN prlctm. lnuMltlt, til ( ill.ai l ti tialllit OHKlHTMANaitKKN IIOUHKH. KU It UUHAHU, 1'HUH. Hunt v a ,Ky PHILLIPS BROS.,. Stanford, Ky. I" T"W'1 "')' " TUKKUAY, NOVKMDKK 2V, lino. THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. OB 3 j .4 j Remnant Day, Saturday, December 3d. I , ( I 'j' .... . .. : y,)r n ultalil n Mnns present go to C P Anderson of llcilRevllIe.i Mi Hpeclnl fountain pens for school use Miss )'.n Dawson ol Hubble v a pert last week with her sister Mm 'MbolWr store. Jewel TC cents, 11 nnil $1.25 nt Penny's Drug i If (I Misses tlinavn llromett and Kmttta Mrs W It llromett here Christmas black cakes. We're bnk- Btoro. .MIbi t.nst.ivn llromett t lilted (Jrt your order In nt Irfinr week iiir In H'Mlgevllle Hntnri'ny nnd Sun once this Cnpl I) II. tloyen spent Trunks-jivinj. D. Morton. day. with his family In Lexington. l.o r Iletween".MTFJ Amamu S. I.lttlc Misses Nannie Mny llromett PERSONALS. Sir II. t Andeison continues very it llu'ihlo spent Saturday nnd Sun-iln- (illmoie'M Rale nnd Shelby City olack III. with hi r grandparents' Mr. nnd handbiiR c malnlng two Miss Komi llurkc visited rehtlvc bills, wiilte Miss Kinnin l.ong visited relatives Mrs llllev I'rnmetl, of this place. nt 'rnb Orchard lnt week. dr N'oodnnl l.unsford of Turners-IIJ- e silk Rloves and tnx rcrciptb signed by nt Turners We Saturday. L. Wearen Hughe was up Jrotn visited friends on Whitley nve., Mrs. V. It. Harrison. Howard lor It.'V. .1. I. Junes. n.ii.tor of Hie I tun- .MompliU Ktinila) visiting return to this olhce. fiind. Is In Cincinnati assisting list thiirch, L nnd I). Hopper. Jr., ramu ocr in n rrvuni service at one or iiit Morelnnd nnd Myers Annie children ot A week ofpra)cri8 being conduct Miss Dtsbon or from On i ml (o rut turkey at home. Queen City churches. Junction City spent Thnnksglvlng ed nt the Methodist church by the I'r. C. A. Cox, of J onesboro, Tonn , with Crnb (irchard fi lends. Missis Catherine Lynn, Kato ladles of the Home and Foreign Mis Mrs S. D Anderson whs here on business last week. Jennie Pupplox, of Stanford,! nril In thf iriln.f nf hnr of Crnb Orcb- slonnr) Focietlos. Th0 services are ilmiphfnr thlo Mlsa Kuu Ilcth James ot .Mlslip and Itutli Wiillln. of lx)ullllo, wore H.(l),k A1rg ,, vv Dlshon ot Junction held each day at two In tho ufter-noopi, In the attractive guest or .Mis guests of Miss Knto l!nds nt her home City. Frldny thoio will be an Hnllie Ilimlelto. In the country lust week. meeting nnd Frldny night nn C. It Coicmnn cninn home from the SHORT LOCAL NEWS Ml llessle Mnrksbui), or Ilnrrodf- open session to whlih everybody is ThaiiKsghing turkey burg. Is the attractive guest of Mlstt' mountains to nvltcd. .'. porso' nre wclco'it3 at I'ruL V. O. Hopper, of Alt. Sterling, : Itooms for rent. A. K. Patterson. eery service. spent the TtKUiksxIvlhg holiday with Lot.lla White Mr l.lm'iiHHV Henthfnrd Is rlsltliic llio homefolks. Attend tbo TluniO!liim lis only 6e. YV. IkiilRett, at lliirtwvil, Hcre"s sometMng good for I. , read claim attended tin his uncle J. Prof J. w. Ky crs: The Cincinnati Post dally one The Thentorlum Is line, ntteml, fie. year; tho Interior Journal one yecr meeting of Iho Klghth dlstrUt tench-r- s r. P H.dgctt wlfo and llttlo sou Post's beautiful ltfll Woodnt IliuroiUbun; 'rldit and i rid Mrs. J. M. Padgett Imvo hcn Wnlrln-- , slher ware, fine and tho This of Oslllng relatives at Ilrynnlsvllle audi Juwelty, etc, solid W II land Calendar all for seo Mueller. county. fi- - u i.r.ii for both new subscribers Florenco and Miss llertn (Inrrnid 'and old ones who renew. The CalenMr. I."l lliown, or Morelnnd nmt Joan Tenny enjoyed tne toot bail Airs. Siisnu Wlilpp. of Hnmlllon, ().,! hoe tid of Mrs. Amanda S. (iiltnoro. dar Is a beauty, while most everyono wile In another column. knows what the two papers nre. Thtc rime al Lexington Inst Krldu. were mnrrled nt lh- - nsldeuco or " hnrguln. Send your subwrlption Mary Hlgglns came down Ml Most, liberal lire"-- policy written. Is a Q MontRomeiy one day last i:iil. J. to the Interior Journal ai oiite. Itnlus piarnnteed by the Henry Clay Iron Samerset to spend Tl.nnksglvlnp week. Liberty Nnw. Klre Insurnnce Cotepany. It. M. New-lanat hoir.e. Tom Ends has accepted a position Col. nnd Mrs. J. Henry Hankie, of apent. .. MIsn Mtittle Lee Hubble, of Hamil- Junction City, camo in MM week to with J D. Wearen, the Insurance New stock ol Uarler oil heaters relenl Thanks- e their daughter, Mrs. J. P. Jreen ton College Lexington man. Mr. Ead--s Is one of the best giving with her parents, Hon. nnil who tin been Quito ill. Mr. llnnkli. ceived this A. M.. nt W. II. HlRRins. known young farmers of Lincoln and made, try one Hett Mrs. It. 1,. Hubble. He should prove a valuSunday, but Mr. Hiinkln Diamond rln(ts"cutf buttons, nnd is n hi'stler. Mis. John Nelus, of l.ebnnon Junc- returned Wearen. Mrs. Klhel Hilton, ol will remnln hero untti ber dauRhter brooches li. Rreat variety nt MucN able assistant for Mr. tion iind sister lerV. ot Is able to ro homo with her to May Stanford, were recently tlsltors, Tncre will be a pie supper nt Ixindon Kthti. We hate opened up a brand new wood church on Saturday right to Mr. It II. HaUou and Ininlly at eo. O. Spoonamort ttor wtlh brand new Roods, and InMr. and Mrs. Col. which everyone Is Invited ..... little son, wcr with our friends to Mr. Howard Perkins Has rcAinied nnd Mhindsome and family last week. vite all and rurnlshlng call. Groceries li. Johnson, the auctioneer, with a shoes, Zwnone roodH. W. H. .....I., latere tne uueuuu, U' Mich., alter u few weeks to to Detroit, Mr. W. K. Warner has returond to llradv, opposite Horton's restaurant. Whistling and vocal solo Arwni Ull to his aunt Mrs. II. C. Anderson. I am prepared to set Rale dinners mentc have beep 1nat0CrCtOl!Se. her home In Stanford after a visit e Mr. nnd Mrs. A. I). Hoot lelt SatMr nnd Mrs. J. M. Hour-n- nt reasonable prices. Hrlng jour sau- late ntterrnoon as 15 UHes comi to spend a few her parents Hub"".any urday lor Lexington Mr end Mrs. L. C. KlnB of sage In and let me grind It with my nrd II nfme eveninu Several prom!- Leslie days with Uielr daughter. Mr sumptuous dlnlnfi . on ,!.nil nnil '"'" lor were Riven to ble new electric grinder. It does the finent cttlns wiYl ae (ood tIme WU Carter, niter which they will go Mr. and Mrs. speechesind the s.in.lnv at Um home of spend est nnd quickest work. J. C. Lynn. wme Hoosovclt. Oklahoma to W Mors. Uincasttr llecord. lie liiJ winter with Uielr sons our clothes will be satisfactorily .i .lelvn indigesuou. Constipation. cleaned nnd pressed If lelt nt Wilkinnnd make you weak nnnetite son's barber shop. It. Walter Mllbuni lonister's Hocky Mountain sic nwnv Proprietor. t" a restores the 33 .utr.-.- . builds UP me Liveiy stable for rent splendid lo or Tablets Shugars and cation. An exceptional opportunity cents. Tea for the riRht man. Jas. 1). Shelby Tanner. HudrorTprenched two splenInnetlnn City, Ky. lte Salo. Som0 nice barred rock did sermons at the Presbvterlan For ,... . r, .r.ir.r mil evinlne rnd mlnorcn cockerels. Ed Hubbard, cnurca aunuaj ...... .....r. here by Mrs. was accompanied ,lc Stanford. Hudson. He has not yet decided to whether to accept the It. I. Hed pullets For Sale. Some local congregation. the nnd cockerels nnd Toulouse geese. Apply to Mrs. W. J. Edmlston, Crab "3-$100 Reward, $100. Orchard, Ky. to Wn "HI t ol tkli du lht Kkjir. a tbJ Let tho I. J. order your calling Ui2tUre bit to ruro5urrll . In U lu Sj bn bi nuils; wedding lnvltntlons announce- curTuow l..on to the ments. Finest work nt rensonable brat contllutlonl mllrl l't"n"r-tom WJ" rtqulrts CUrrh Cure vrrstnirtit. millupon th- - Wood andtkro prices. rautoui thfrtby d.etrojrlw the For Salo 10 shares of Hustonville toSiSZto ot ol Ibe irUfm. the dtorun. nd ijw-".- " up the eonrtltutloo Tlie Bronrletnn have Nntlonal Uank stock. Apply at this tin on to 1.1th in lu curame vo'tn VM It Mmattx olflce. t !' One Hundred IMIlart lor any " 1 rein-lives g SEVERANCE & SON, Stanford, Kentucky. Wanted to rent a house ol 4 or fi rooms In Stanford or vicinity. Apply to A C Connett, Logan avenue. back comes on suddenly nnd Is extremely painful. It Is caused by Quick rheumatism of the muscles. relief is nfforded by applyiutr Chamberlain's Liniment. Sold by Penny Drug Store. j g I! lime 1 Am Glad" J 1 !. ""'u For Sale. Barred I'D mouth Hock cockerels, nice ones ;. cents each T. A. Itlco. 7'J-J- Now-bin- all-da- Skin A And Scalp Troubles ESS I i tu Y$id to Zemo. CLEAN LIQUID PREPARATION FOR EXTERNAL USE writes Mrs. Etfiel Ncwlfrt, of Liberty Center.. Ind.. 'that 1 began to take Ca- rdui. tor it lias cured mc, and I will never forget it "I cannot praise Cardui too highly for what it did for mc. Before I began to take it, I was very bad color, suffered great pain and weighed only 105 pounds. Now I have a good color, do not suffer and weigh 125 lbs." J-- 11 12-6- l. d l.n-cute- r. Penny's Drug Swre is so confident, Take ZEMO and ZEMO soap used to-gether will rid the skin or scalp of ln-- i lantor grown person of pimples, blnck The Woman's beads, dindrufT, eczema, prickly heat, I Beware of strong, noxrashes, hles, ivy poison or nny other ious, mineral drugsr that form of skin or scalp eruption, that tney will ghe your money back if sink into your systcnir you nre not entirely satisfied with the like lead to the bottom of results obtained from tho use of ZE-- f a basin of water. MO nnd the soap. Cardui is purely; vegenppllcatlon will The first give table and contains no prompt relief and show an Improve poisonous minerals.- ot ment nnd In every instance wtrero dancerous drugs. used persistently, will destroy tbo It is perfectly safe ancf germ life, leaving the skin in n clean harmless, for use by old nealthy condition. Sold and guarap teed by druggists everywhere and in and young, and1 may be Stanford by Penny's Drug Store. Let taken, as a tonic, Tor us sho-- yoti proof of some remarkable months, without any possicures made by ZEMO and glve you a ble harmful effect Try it. booklet how to preservo the skin Penny's Dru? Store. that CARDUI Tonic - e y f I It A WINTER COATS. bought direct from one of the leading manufacturers. The V Judge Wise New On That ri!c, )" Overcoat. j ow-.e- Our Line of Ladies' Coats were p. lt i" . styles are correct and the prices as low as quality will admit. -- 4 v "'...;;. .., '4yw - ir ; ' s jj'Wir. f&tf k? . "Glad hearts and great riches are seldom acquainted." says Judge Wise "but comfortand economy are very old friends at Cummins & Wearen's Store, where you can buy the very OVERCOAT you need for this rough weather cure, lot lut ol ttrnonllii O F. Addtrt. .11 J. llll.SliY & ..i.i I... t.mi'fTl.fm. 3Se. wn hnv.. uimc second hand buggies carriage for sale. .Pence ) Take UaU F""Ur 1'lUs lor contlnUon. end ono I'hnt Intnirot ieVd' atpit ot stomach Pros. awav nnil nil mmach dis-- On'nccount ol tlie busi- will melt lor Kent rent my store with a nice tress will vunlsh In live mliiHteK when M I will ness stomach tabits nre taken lUollfng or lour rooms kitchen nnd by Penny's drug store to euro nny ball nnd iront porch nnd a rinn musi of indigestion, or money back nt tlie door. A good barn fine I arso box 50 cents. gulden and all necessary outbuildings will rent at it bargsln nt llartwell, KyCroup Is most prevalent during tho runny county A fine pface for busldry cold weather of the early winter . i.ess. Cnll on or wntP 10 j. month. Parents of young children pett & Son. Kldd's Stole. xhould bo prepared for It. Ail tnu.. is Vour own prlco buys tho article at needed Is a bottle of Chamberlain's Many mothers nre Hopper's auction Friday attemoon Cough llemcdy. It) their homes and neer without It and Saturday. it Una never disnppoinieu iuvm Sold by Penny's Drue Store. Many useful things for the farmei will bu sold al Iloppor s auction nftornoon and Saturday. J. C Nupler mid family, of llow. land. luio moved to Lebanon Junc tion where they will make their home at in the future. Mr. Napier's plaio was recently burned down. How laud a cis-ter- n Frl-Oa- y . www W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, ' sisss Hipii T. W. Humble i Jr r R. W. O. Matt'm Jfi Warm Underwear For Women and Children. Women's Swiss ribbed Union: suits in heavy and light weights,, all sizes. Also nice line of ladies' separate garments in heavy and light weight. We are also showing the best line of childrens' union suits we have ever handled. Also new line of women's net petticoats in wool and cotton. Prices 50c to $1. HUGHES, MARTIN & C0.r Drv Hoods. Notions. Shoes STANFORD, KENTUCKY Pal re-i- l ' LINCOLN COUNTY FARM FOR SALE goes H0 norei In lino Bhapo; crop s with. Hotter como quick. J. M. Hoy-nobi- Waynusbiire. HOG RAISERS 5 cent at any price you want Are your 1hb worth hwd.' Wr KunriUeo Bourbon Hog Cholera per RETSY'S POINTERS. aruiT is 'Wbin n "My Idea of be. i dnlmg wl'li oiu woman irrocery lor a Ion time and pi.vlrc cmn. uiil then find out u n- ic'l,f ' r" ims bwn payinft ! fiw N'U '" Join nf r.ffey mid Coleman wbore pr'ces m lowest and no lavoiltes." verv flit, O ir hominy Is fresh and we hi'Ve "None Such." cincked Itnuil ny ond hudnuti 'Snow Flake," honil Remedy doo i-- : & $$$$ & o o o ooo $ A MARX CLOTHES to keep hens htMltliy nnd' free from h.iuJ Ier dlsenso Tor 5 conU CllOltSnl, hUlb runs k .. lUUlliu. It ALU .it " " Wornn. SUmuintcB Un hogs fnttui causes Oicwttou mid. vory rapidly. ThU romedy Is ucd loading and cmlorbed by country, bos ralseru tomo In throuRliout tho and let us tell you about It. ls ""... iuj. lk-'tc- r ,"' .Sold by New Stanford Oiug Co. Vlionc 198 .?.c2du,e"Vered . THIt TORE l THE H0ME(0F HART 8CHAFFNER COFFEY f ft - itllSj', . H.'iH '.i--- .-t "J""""' "J ti THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. Tl'KSDW, NOVKMIIKIt m, 1910. We Have these From $5 to $25 THE FARMERS mWmi j. jv ; i , w ' fra J&kW tv i imm& .,?."nammmwmn Years For Sale 30 good ewes, from 2 to Suffered TenThanks toRelieved in Thrtt Mentht Don't forgtt the per eint will toon years old. Jai. Vowell, Huston vtllc. be added to your taxes and te Is nt There came to mjr plac0 about Bepr. the desire on my part that any should 1st, a red bull calf, weighing about have to pay this extra money, there-forK)0 pounds. I Owner can get same by want to give all a chaneo to settle up and avoid the per cent. 8o paying for this notice nnd his keep I, or one of my deputies Will be at the John Prlwtt. Waynesburg, Ky. poling places on the date named beFor Sale 100 3tock ewes. W, O low, to meet you and collect taxes and Walker. 73. deliver to you your receipt.. This will Strayed or stolen two brnnrho be the latt call before the per cent Is mares 4 nnd G ears old. One. is added, so don't fall to meet us on the brown with "T" branded on shoulder, dates named below: tli other bay branded "O" on hip Crab Orchard Saturday Nov. 19th. Reward If returned to II. W. McUur-fe8TIRRINQ TIMES. Nov. 25th. Mrelnd. Friday at W. II. Traylor's at Gllticrts Huttonvllle. Saturday, Nov. 26th. Creek. we are having In tho bullttlnc Una. 7.V3 W. L. MeCARTY S. L. C. pS It. II. now. of Shclbj City has for We carry a full line, of lime, plaster, to hava tale a number of thoroughbred Dnroc At all times we will be glad we will cement nnd over; thing else needed boars, nnd a few gilts. lie nlso has you call at the office where for building, Ever) thing purchased norae, sound C. II.FIZKIl, Ml. Sterling, Ky.,saTst for sale n wait on you promptly and with absolutely gentle. Suitable for nnd Make my office your home hero will bo found ot tho best quali" have guttered with kidney and 75-carriage or delivery wagon. while In town, you are always wel- ty and tho best for Intended purpose. bladder trouble tor ten years pa For Sale. 20 shoats. CO to 60 We will save you trouble, and uaaotf "Lat Mnrrli I commenced unlng come. weight. w. l. Mccarty. pounds Henry Anderson, reruns and continued for three month. sary cipenso by sending to u far aa 7R-Ky Stanlord, I hxro not tiled It tlnco,nor havo I full estimate. Senator It. U Hubble's crack a pain.' fprlnter, T. M. (Ireen. Is getting onto J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. a J Ho won n nlco ins stride ngnln. FOR SALE! mile event at Jacksonville, Florida on Saturday, the purse amounting to A No. 1 hanging Fork farm of 362 ?(i00. itli a good track till, horse ncies, well lmprow-nnd well waterIs might) linrtl to beat at a short dls ed. 6 miles from Danville, Iincaster and Stanford on D.invllle nnd Ijn tnnce. I c.iMcr turnpike. 2 mllu from ncres of land. clinrchos good school, store ana tiiack For Sale. 169 nev five room cotlnce, three porches Miillli shop, niral route runs by door pun try. hall etc., large barn 10 KtnllH, Ilwelllpg of fi rooms nnd two commoporches nlnd nnd good loft. Hiisgy house, dious barn two compnratlvck new. 1 large tobacco bVrt's other t lien house etc. The place Is well oi.tbulldlngs, nil In pool re viitored, buildings all new mid tenc- - pan For lurth. r Infi rmntmn nnp'v to Itie ood. This s a Mo! f.rm nnd I will tell at a bargtur. price onlv '.' (5io I Fright, gent Stanfo.d, Ky ) & per acre Applv to I.. It. Hughes It was a cry mean day nl I.nninr I Hie Horlcigti Diamond NO SYMPATHY FOR THE RIDCR tor court Mondnj and onl a urv nnntl crowd whs In town. Theo or drher who buys ixxir hirte- Hunting Goa were about l.0 cattle on tbo market When lioiiestlt made and tecsi.nr trading was erv slow. Print. and Minmrtfed Inmost ran be bout--' t PHONE 153. "quality of atutf so It Is a mnnn own lire ranged, according to tnuli if he tikes (he rlk of !.t.Mng to 1e. oifcred from J I rum n mall order ealniogu' I'ro'tl Senator II. U Hubble sold to Clm b others uxpeiieiice and m uur Now Llvorv. cattle this week Lutes 15 harnesH it home Dopot Stroot, ill J 4. CO. J. C. McCLARY. Stanford, Ky. PE-RU-Ne y 2 KIDNEY TROUBLE To Lkeli Cfwty Tax Payers tt 3 We Want Turkeys H. B. Northcott Mgr. 2 Bring them in at once and we will pay you the highest Market Prices. )r waieiiite jT.K. Tudor. 2 S. D. CARTER, Phono 90, 1,01'0-poun- d CINCNINATI LIVESTOCK. 2S. dv STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Fall Ind Winter Suitings My now fall and winter sninpltis are now ready for your Inspection. They " comprise the best on the market. I'; ran suit any one as to price who has his clothes made to order. A suit made to your measure is preferable Sam Robinson, S 111111 iP I I m9 J LW. Stanford, Ky. ? """' r m " kV ss" HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Will lor pries Wool on Commlation. lilt mentioning Ihli id. AND HIDES 43fe, MS&BCmSl Cincinnati, No. ceipt" t.07". market slt-agood "hlnpers 51 "rf fi; common 12 20 Hoss receipts "i.'ii'K market fiX7."i. stendv, 10W15 centr higher; buchcrs shippers $7 aofti7.jr,; common Mill I i.ifi 7 .:i. Shcei Itertipta lf". market steady. 1 713 W. lambs.--Marksteady. yi"rarX'et - Cattle Relair to (xl a M aM if. IT NOTICE Not getting a satisfactory price for my property, I will continue business at the old stand. G. B. JOHN WHITES CO. ISSSuS. CMrgjBrKBtyBf WE PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICE For All Kinds ot FreshOysters SERVED IN ANY Stomach and l.lver Chamberlain' Tablets are an ideal medlclno to give .1 child for they are mild and gentle In their effect, and will cure even chronic constipation. Sold by Pen-ny- s Drug Store. Mnny school children suffer from constipation, which is often the cause or seeming stupidity at lessons to ready made clothes To hava them made to measure doesn't cost any more than ready made wbea quality and tit k. Uorac In and let me tat roar sasaare. 1L C Kapier. tna Practical TaJlor.S r. Farm Produce X HIDES L FURS WANTED NOW. LAND & BUCHANAN Stanford, Ky. AND STYLE. THIE FOR SALE PRIVATELY My farm of 105 acres near May-ooKy. Good Improvements, all Glossary outbuildings, well watered tred good orchard. SAM ROBERTS. Maywood. Ky. Zi- PEST fl-ML IN TOWN HT Cirsm's V. Rctlinrw A. CARSON, irp. and has full game pockets throughout the entire coat. The corduroy DEC. 8. 1910 THUPSDAY, collar fits perfectly and when turned carI will also sell a lino combined up Ultens with storm strap. The riage and farm horse, works well ev button boles are all worked with ilk, stays at the strainerywhere, safe for women and chiling points. dren: one extra hne farm ana rouu Has ventilated under arm gussets mare and brood mare; I two vear-o- and adjustable cufls. The watervi ty iino well broke to rlae proofing Is by a new process that ts and drive; 1 hne filly colt, draft stock. really water-tigh- t. I good Jersey iow, 2 extra )ear 2 A coat with style and class and the most practical hunting coat ever designed. Is absolutely water-tigh- t, yet light and flexible. A coat made to fit a hunter and very 'vjll sell at public auction, liberal in cut. at i o'clock A. M. my farm of d CO ncre cu the Danllle pike, 5 miles Is bound with leather; hat n shoulders; Ave outside east of Dunvlllu and t miles west of pockets, one outside patch pocket PUBL.ICSALE I PRUI'f T, j yv "" begin-rin- g Moreland, Ky. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden. 'C?. A leather-coverecut-i- 'tanfoiu. ot. Write for Free Catalogue. No. Agents H. F. HILLENMEYER A SONS. Lexington, Kentucky. DOLLARS HAS GONE UP IN SMOKE thnt might have brrn saved by a tiro Insurance policy. If you have no Insurance on your property, take our ndvlco and insure In Ihe Continental company. It makes us weary and sad when ii fire occurs to think that a man hnd'nl gumption enough to se cure a good wad from properly drawn polloy In hn Continental don't be unwise. Insure In time. You will thank us for the tip. MANY TOBACCO GROWERS! eld. Hiving line flow of milk. 15 ncre of corn In the fbock, p Z 2 Beginning SATURDAY, NOV. 12th, H will buy and receive Tobacco at my aev warehouse in Stanford. Will be in Stanford on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays of each week' At Paint Lick on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. nips lIoiihliUd and kitrtien luruiiure. intmiiuif; a line jtu range, good as lew, a 512 silver tet, gold lined, line mahogany tabl, parlor car puts and nips and other tilings too numerous to mention. Terms of da) of sale. J I' Llia. idler Auctioneer.. STANIORD, KY, MRS. AMANDA S. GILMORE, R. 1). NO. 2 t 'ojotqoj jo sojou Jns paiuos-aiqnoicy and harness, also 2" busnels of potatoes and 0 to 7 bushels ot tur If you want a coat that has class, style, and yet room for any reasonable "bag," investigate this coat For Sale By GEO. H. FARRIS. J,L.Beazley&Co., A Vb"fflflKf'tlBpJJJJJJJJflH PUBLIC SALE! cation, W. IV P. KINCAID. A FULL LINE OF COAT SWEATERS AND M Underwear H3t1?t 5 1 5 L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. ft iti'inu. decided to chnnge my Io will on Tnurday, December 15th. 1910, orfer for silo to the highest bidder tho following described property 71 head of cattlo; JO head of 7.0 l)ui.d yearlings, nnd 14 head of 1)00 KENTUCKY to l.toO ttoMiid cattle; 42 head of hogH trom 110 to 225 pounds, In bunches to rult piircuu'er. Oood meat hogs; 1 five year old saddle mare extra good; 1 one .'itr old colt; pair extra goou Dealer u and Manufacturer of 10 hsu.d maw- - mules; one pair 15 Monubaud mate mules; two good milk cows Marble and (on.' ftesh); 700 to 800 barrels ot uu oaies in Marker, and I'o,t , LVnietWr nnd Law corn, oid on grounu; Ofnctf mm works, Jto haj: tnrmlrg Implements of nil kinds Va.su and wagons; nay rake, mow Klonay.Ky ing machine; Unmet; kitchen furniture ard household furniture. ihliMH. All Ullti 110 nnd under cash in hand, over 110, n negotiable hix months note benrlng 0 per cent Interest fiom date of suit- JOHN G. LYNN. N I - On Mine day and dato V V iurton will oiler for sale farm now by me, consisting of 270 t ciipieil .0 100 acies, with good Iioubu and Imildlp'tv, 1 Btork and tolwicco bnrn, w.'ll w.tteied by n never tailing spilnr ll need nnd fences ate in excel Inn 'onditlon, .'oo acres ot this lam la it Hi e sra'-- s and vtll grow Jto))iui or inn tiling otlu r fa an ui JK ntiuk) will grow anc Embamor I'liis fnrm vlll Ih sold on ias" I i!ulng UnderUKert and Embalo Also Dealers in Fur niture, Mattings. Rugs. The fill exchange Furniture (or ill Kind ot Stock. Give Iht-a Call. Price Right. era. SANITARY TOILET Is a disease and discomfort pre entile It eliminates all nnnovlnir excludes all dle.ue germs. Let us ivinmr tnat old stle tr.ip ntrnir nuc leplnce It "lib a toilet th.u is ns ornamental cm It is convenient and nealn preserving The cost w'll not bo much. It shouldn't be considered when the hiulh of your family nut) he lnolviHl MODEM'S afyT' - STANFORD, W. S. FISH KY. PHONE 209 sary Improvements and splendid water Cm die poncsnlon soon. J. C. NEAL. Moreland, Ky. FARM FOR SALE! will sell pr'vately my farm of acres, mile and half from about lluHtomllle on P.inWIle pike. Has bout,, of seven rooms all other neces1 ' Phone 184. irorOKD. - Harry Jacobs Granite ments, 2 tttt, two-hors- e J. C. McClary, 1 Undertaker For particulars wilte Uuitun, Somerset. . STANFORD, KY. Office 'Phono lti7, Howe Tuone 3S. miles west of ncres lying 1 Highland, a good cottage and out K. 11. Denhnm T A. Itlco houses, barn etc, ti Holds fenced; M. J. Hoffman about U5 acres In cultivation; plenty J. V. Hughes. M. F Lattrence J. II. Acton of water, Reason tor selling out not J. 8. Harris J V. llaughman. able to work on turm. Price reasonFred Can nan-'- . I)ald Stevens able JAS. A. KING. 60-U. II. llaughman, J. II. llaughman Nevln Cnrler O'lianion 4: Cumpbell Stanford, Ky., It. F I). No. 3. Ilox 65 Frank Cordler Will Cordler M. U. Lytle. Christ Jacob. Dr. J. 0. Carpenter. James Smith. CLOSING OUT SALEI V. Daugherty. Mrs. Vnttlo White. lohn M. (lonch II. (.. Anderso.i As I have to change climate I) M. Anderson A. r Traylor, I w'll sell for the next 30 days I. II. TliompKon J. A. Foifr a full line of millinery, dress II !lutle U I'. New land. J. goods, trimmings and notions It. Curtis. lliurls & Woods. Just purchased In the city at Mrs Mnttle II. liewes. prices astonishingly low. Tnis John M Cnrtnr Una (lultul stock was carefully selected and Fied Voii(lrunlBMii.). J. Klllott It w'll meet the wants of this A Kiolhnsu. loeoh Onndor, or any other vicinity. nlisKcs Sailio and II" t tie Carter I will sell It as a whole If an 1" J II. Cartel, W Curler opportunity should present, I II llHtfield U H (.inner CORA S. LIPPS. Jas M Cutter, Sr Mrs It L. Willianm llustoinlllo, Ky 1 1 V Johnson II C IlHughiuan, 1 W 1'tuk J W Carter, place The charge Is with name.) nearly SALE STILL GOES. Tho burning oi my homo will in no way Interfere with the sale ot my Kxerythlng property on lec. 2nd. POSTED fj goes absolutely. Hee act in niiotner (Tho hunting seasuu Is upon us nnd column, liobert Hcudtler W. K. .WARNER, Stanford, Ky. eerone uuut 2S to post his cents cash FARM FOR SALE! SO I 8 , v ...& t ,Uu '.,.. -, ,- t jar &im4kblk.m , l.. .:- - 'jtbjU.M.jtAjHf tHii-- , i