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The Stanford interior journal: October 10, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911101001_sn85052022 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Stanford interior journal: October 10, 1911 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V Jffi VOLUME XXXVIII NO 80 The StANFORb Interior Journal. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTV, KENTUCKY, CHAMP CLARK Tl'KSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1011, EVERY TUESDAY FIVE CANDIDATES. For Master Commlssionershlp When Judge Hardin Goes 'in Considerable interest is being manifested in the rnco for Alastcr Commissionersliip of the Lincoln Circuit Court, which will bo filled bj lion. Chniles A. Hardin, when he h sworn in as judge of this judicial district which will be fter the November election, ns he hns no opposition nnd will be elected by ncclama-lioi- i. (leorge I). Florence is the present Commissioner, having been appointed by Judge L. L. Walker, when he wus appointed Judge by Acting Governor Cox. Of course, Judge Hardin will not appoint u republican to the place, so that u successor will be unmet! to succeed him. So far there are five well known democrats who arc applicants for the place, or are being prominently mentioned in connection with it hv their friends. They it re T. J. Hill, Jr., Col. .1. I). Swope. II. H. Saufley. IL J.AIcHoberts, and .1. S. Owsley, Jr. The Alasler Commissioucrship pays about f.'itIO or $000 a year in Lincoln county and is quite n juicy plum for the new Judge to baud to some lricnd. GENERAL NEWS NOTES Dr. J. W. AlcOarvey, one of the (b'ans of the Christian church in Kentucky, died nt Lexington last eek. The Comt of Appeals decided last week that a $5,001) saloon in Howling Green was unreason able, and says it should he $1,000. Stale 1'iiivcrsit.v will get $l()n,000 w AND FRIDAY DEAD WHISKY ELECTION HANGS FIRE 'TILL FRIDAY. FilPetitions and Counter-Petitioed By Drys And Wets Before Judqe Bailey. KILLING AT MORELAND MRS. C. A. COX. Pistnl Drops Out ol Man's Pocket Passes Away At Jonesboro. Tenn., After Few Hours Illness. And Does The Work Murphy, u well known George young man of Casey county, while on a visit to his hrothcr, the livery-mn- u nt Moreland, wiih nrcidcntly killed liy an nittomntic revolver dropping out of the pocket of u man mimed Hoguu, of Met err county, while a crowd of men were in a loom at the Moore Hotel. The pistol a4 it fell from n poukel in logon's overcoat nml the liullet truck Muipliy on the left side of his head, coming out near the top of the head. The dead man leaves a wife and one child. A'ornner (Iconic I. Bright went lo the (.erne of flics affair ami einpanuclleil a jurj which iclurued ii erdict in accordance with the factM ahove recited. cd 1 .Mrs. Helen Sunfley Cor, wife of Dr. ('. A Cox, died ut her homo in County Couit was crowded to such mi extent when Judgo Bailey lank tin1 petition cull ill the innttiT ittg for a local option flection in Linrolii county .Monday morning, (lint adjournment liml to be liike,n to tin; Circuit court room upstairs. A great many women were present, ami lhc large crowd showed the interest which is shown in the question. Attorneys P. AL AlcKohcrt mill J, N. Saunders, representing the lry-- i presented ii petition from 55 voters 'f the Rowland precinct asking that l licir names he stricken from the wets' petition asking for the wliisk elciiioii. Attorney Ucnrge I). Florence representing the wets offered n counter petition containing 10 names, who lie said hud signed the dry petition hut desired now to go on record n desiring the cleetjon hold, In order to huvc n chinice to look over the names on the dry petition, Attorney Florence nuked for no iidpiuiumciit until the afternoon, ami Judge Bailey adjoiirncd court until the afternoon. In the aflernooii u Mill larger crowd was present, a great ninny li.i vniK gotten in flom the Waynes-luir- g set Imn of the county who are vuoroulv opposing the call for an clc tion. Lpoit Attorney Florence's stnro-tio- il that the HI men whn-- o name went found upon all three petition from the Rowland nrccinct, In brought into court t state how they f wanted their names recorded, .Indue ltailev consented to have tsiiod for them, and h.ic them brought into court on Friday morn- C DEMOCRATIC BATTLE CRY DIs J Sounded In Stanford By Iwn tirqtiished Speakers. Tin. Wjir.iTi i i nf ili.iinif.riirv i iised in .Staiiford hkiiiii within flw jiast few daVH when Conirresriii'iiti ()car h'uderwood, of Alal'iima, who is chuirmn of the Wavs and Mentis Committee of Ihe National Hoitc, spoke here Satiinlaj uiht and lion. .1. A. Siillivtin, " The diys then offered a petition oS voter, of the Wa.Mien-'burprecinct, nuking that their names he stricken from the wvl petition and stnting that thev did not a Mf.li to he represented us whiskv election. 'I he wets had no counter petition from Wn.viicsburg. and little daughter Elizaheth l.ogau aid tin-- , petition ol the dry brought have returned from a visit lo i I u' number ihe vet' ielitluil precinct relatives. .Mrs. Ann Walker, f om WaMic-hni- v net him. below the 25 pel cent of the ins relumed to her homu in Hunting-ton- , W. Vii Mrs. Chas. . Weaver v iti r Mrcnirth icquircd liy law, and JIM GARNETT AT HUSTONVILLE Tor mi elce-- t kill Hie v ill Hon. .lames (iarueti, of Columhiii. of Louisville was the guest the past lb- - wet are able to democratic nominee tor attorney gen week of .Mrs (. C. liri.wii. Tool I'er-kiin in!.-- as h.is lieeii visiting his sister Miss" n add Hi nirr in WHVtie-lmr- jr i ml. will -- peak to the voters of Hits, ie did in Rowland ly -- ecuniiK a tonvillc mi Tuesday nighl. Mr. (Iar- Cora Perkins a student at Hamilton Alto-ncFlorence College, Lexington. i I'intcr petition. ueti is a splendid orator, and - very Airs. Fred P. Fri-hi- e entertained asked to lie allowed liaic lo examine populnr in Lincoln, the in the Wancsbtirg counter petition. West Knd Mini H splendid crowd handsomely at a 5 o'clock dinner in honor nf Airs John Al. Lo?mi, of Adjournment wan taken on Ihe whole should licr him. 'near York City matter until Fiidny. the it l understood M "i' Meantime liistuuie. tlxi Mr. and Airs. .Mitchell Tavh.r. drj- - hive ilcti'i milled to go eurnewl-lv- t Danville, have announced the etiifagc l",s' "''k tl''0 '" Icudiers to from the counties f fiar-ciic- c i work and make an effort ineiit of their daughter. Ali.s .'or. Pie-knock off enough nnuios in ovorv Tavi.ir .to Mr. Jnckn.ui Davis ,",',, n"vU'' ,,,,", Ml,",,'- - A ",()-l- h iucrii.it hi the county to nullify tin wedding lo take place the Liter ,,", li'"l;red the vis.tors nt wet- -' (the cho,.l on IiicmI.iv aflernooii. petition: whllo on the other port of this month. undfnv-i.nn- g I hand Ihe wets arc said to he the icvival ut the IS:ipti- -t church conducted by Ifcv. C. C. Marshall, of lo Mock the drjs h securing DISPATCHING BY TELEPHONE - drawing uood crowds Kichmoml counter petitions. Dispatilang by tek plume v.as be- and continues with uuahatiiig intor-es- t V I.. A The Citv I'ouneil hat-- appointed gun on ibis division of the will lie there having heen addition- - both nut week. The tchntmpli J.o has.lohu M. Stone a city assurby I'onfc-sin- ti ami letter. used m cases of cmenrency. l, Airs. Wood or and he has. appointed T. I). Orders arc given by the dispatcher the embroidery Ituriiside eutcitained .lr as his assistant. cluli Friday afleriii Livingston, and so perfedly nooii. is the line thora is no LIVe"rTaT PUBLIC SALE! County Clerk .1. W. llamillou is distinct-i.- v wluitever in lieui-iiureceiving congratulations just now. his voice. The apparatus is so James 1. Hamilton, lliiMlig decided to quit the livciy Jr., having while evcrv oflicu liiisincss I will offer for sale to the aitaiiged that, is on the same at his home where he will soon wire, iloug the hue highest ladder on t'igu supremo nml he muster of 1'ie ilispatehct can ring uuy one of Saturday, October II. 1911. wiihoat nujiiu uny of civnionies as well. the ofti'-eAirs. H. F. Walker entertained at Consisting of 0 good horses. '1 l lie others, when an oriL-- r i gi'cn. ti o'clock dinner in lugger I lie haggle., 1 steel tire hug-gnml meeting ate fir-- l a well appointed the figuie4 1 urn rev. 1 rubber lire runabout, honor of Airs John Al. Logan, of spoken and then spelled. The onKr liht diummer wagon. two hoive is then repeated by th" operator to .Vow oik Citj. Air. Ith'haril Hurtou has hoiight wagon, good as new, I seven bar-i- the dispatcher in flic same uiuinier. 1 phaeton. J omi wagon body, For example, on order w given the Pattoii farm near Hryantsvillo hotbe wagon, one spring wngon. 2 mid repeated thus: Train N'o. Si! for f.'I'.I.IKKl. This is ptonounced Kets most productive as well double hcts of Imggv harness. tengiiit Xo. V'.l7 one of the ttitmost desirable farms wiii(.'lc harness, 1 Mt wagon lmrness, as inic of . I pair limb 7 ycar.s old, good workin the county. will meet train Xo. M Air. Ed C. (iaines and .Miss ers., 1 Jersey cow engine Xiunber Fo will go ns delegates to Terms: - 10 and under cash, over "Stanat the state I.'. I). C Convention to be that nmouiit credit of six mouths ford, I!) V'ood note (1 per cent interest from The ilivisions between Paris and held in Lexington October l'J and late until paid. Sale hour 10 a. in. Knoxville have been using Ihe tele- Mrs Mattie P. Frishie President of S. C. White. triiius for the Alary Walker PriecTChapter will phone foe ilispntiliiu: Morclnnd, K. Airs. F. P. lead the delegation. some tune past. Krislii and a number of other Lan- PUBLIC SALE! attend ustri' daughters will ul-- o 187 ACRES OF FINE LAND ( li'ivciluig of I will fell nt public, outcry on AT PUBLIC SALE! the ouvenlioii and the the John .Morgan Monument. Tuesday. October 17, 1911 many Mrs. Dr. .1. A. Anion's Heginning nt' JO'n. iti my faun nt I will offer at publui ulu on, friends will he glad to hear she is Miienn Vista (Inrrnrd rouUfy, Saturday. November 4th, 1911 land al fritt of o'clock sharp my farm of 187 ivciipcialiug from her iccont illness. . It. Hurloii shipped a car toad (,n.l contnining n hevon room boin-- e acres located on the Ilutonvill and, in good repair, l'luco Iiuh a splendid AIcKinney tnrnpiKe, one mile from of stock to the Wilson Live StSoek Co., at Wilson X. C. There were LI well nt door, two good springs in AlcKinnuv and three miles from bought at higlit of house; running stream thro This hind is in n high btnte harness hordes which he entire, plnee, fruit of nil kinds Good of "uluvntion, house of seven room's. mi average cost of .i17.r, and 12 school nml fhree churches in sight of of cultivation; House of seven rooms, mules, which post on tin average of per head. house. A fine tobacco and oto and two porches never failing spring! i:i .lames McWilhaius who was shot liarn, on place and nil other neecs-snr- y nml two fine barns on the place; passim.-lliroug- h outbuildings. three stock and one tobacco barn, in the back lb.1 wound Ihe body, near Alt. Hebron Al some time I will also sell tenant house of four rooms and all i died of his wounds at the Lancaster fonple o good work Irorses. 12 bead ether neicssiiiv outbuildings. of hogs, woiKhinjr about 180 pouiu' Will also offer about .'ID bend of hospital. The deceased was 4. years npiece, if sown mid tiigu; lot of corn stock ewes, 4 mures in foal to jack old was married and leaves i chilto be old in tins bent), uluo forming 1 mule," 1 mule colt, 1 dren. imiilements, all in good sbupe. A horse colt, 1 buggy HiliniisDcsH is duo to a disordered good piano will also bo oflfeied in horse, safe for women (o drive. ' thin Hide. cash, balance condition nf the stomach. Cham Terms Terms on duy of sale, ' tor fur- in one two and three years, in berlain's Tablets are essentially a . ther information seo eijunl installments, bearing six per stomach medicine, intended especially to act on that organ; to cleanse Mrs. E. J. Peere, cent interest. rlr.F'Martln, Hustenville R. D. I it, strengthen it, tone and invigorateHutna Vista' Ky. t, to rcgulftto the liver and to ban7C-t- d Box 68. Col. T. D. English, Auct K ,s" uniousiicsa positively uuu V. Chandler, Auct. J 78-- 4 tually. All dealers. - mg- - vned h g de-dri- heard on Momlny nltcrnoou Mr. t'nderwood had a line ciowd notwithstanding the fact that it was rainy had iiikIiI, and made u splendid ileiiiocrntic aililnws, slmwiug how Ihe llnht in Kentucky this cur is so closely allied with the sicat national hnttlc to come next year lo ledecm the country Irom the control of the rohher lulcrests. CooglesHiiMin After the Harvey Helm, who is a close friend of Mr. Ctnlerwood, left wild him lor a tour of Ihe Itlno rass, Mr. Sullivan, who played a largo part m the drafting of the demo cratic stale platform, lucidly e pinilied its provisions to a soi d crowd ill I ho court house Monday aflernooii. Mr Sullivan ;s one of the most nhle men m the denmcralic party in Kentucky ami made a Hue impression upon nil who heard, or of Richmond, wa lonrshoro. Tcnu., Sunday morning nt h o'clock of heart failure. Hhe hail hccii in ahout her usual health up until II o'clock that morning when she began lo .Miik and the end noon Deceased was the eldest lame. ilautihtcr of Jleury lleinhart and I'milv CliriHtniiii Sauflcy and wiih limn in Moutircllo, Wayne county, Ky., 7 yours ago. She irrew to womanhood there and soon after ' Civil War was u.ained lo Dr. Cox and he with one son survive her. .Mrs. C,, was a memher of the Cliritinn church, was endowed with mi exceptionally blight iiiiml, and Ire her hlerary offnrls were us- iuent id in (he leading monthly miigiuinon of Ihe con ii try. Il lier dcnlh the Inst iif Iht iti'uenition is removed. Cut of a family ol Ii children, 5 .r whom view to man nml womanhood not one is left, and four of these. .. f L. ..i-- l I.I.I.... .m. . U....1S II ""v,v miiuiev, nancy ' " "rndv nml Mrs. Cox weic M1r'an in kii with inn little warning, (his hem.: especially true of the two hrothcrs, who were walking 'vheii the faial stroke came. The rcmaiiii of Mrs. l'o., wi'ic hrouiiht to her old liome hcic MoiiiImn evening ami at III o'clock this morning was laid lo '" the Huffalo Cemetery lifter (crurcs jy Hev. .1. ... IMcl.cy 1 - LANCASTER. Mrs I). Al. Lackey has iclurued , imm a visit lo her cousin, Mrs. Jus V. Capertou. of Hit hmoud. Airs. Ernest llollzchiw, of Cov. ington is with her grandparcnte, Mr. and .Mrs. W. E. Anion, of llryanls. villi'. Airs. W. Al Havs nml daughter. Alls- Kiimia of Stanford lime been recent Msitors of Air. and Airs, .lames A. Heazley. Miss Alary Hun-kof Aladisou Female Institute was at Iiwiiil lor several days visit. Aliss Frankyc Kauffmaii is in Ilutoi:ville visiting her aunt AIi-s- . Alice Kanf-tmnI.usk. Airs. Henry Simpxni, n l.ex-lligt- ni m lv I , , of i et w'' New-lam- .' ar-liv- s y, 1 1 cl 1 - -- 1 llus-tonvil- ,;'-'l- I I One-thir- d enec-BW,al- is well equipped to piny the variou SPEAKS HERE IN TWO WEEKS. itistrumenlH in nu effective matiner. The instruments which this comSpeaker of National House to Ap- pany use are: The cornet, flute, violin, cello and piano. Their propear in Stanford on Oct.. 23 gram consists of instrumental solos, Big Demand for Seats duels and orchestral numbers also cnnble vocal music rendered in conChamp Clark speaks In Stanford junction with the orchestral num.Monday night October 2.'l. bers. Humorous readings and whist The speaker of Ihe Xntionnl House ling solos arc also numbers of tho comes here iimlei the auspices of evening. the Hedpntli Lvccmii Ilureau, nml This company of young ladies will speak af the opera house, lime been giving concerts for more Slaafotd is o have the coming limn five years past with most exseason a lecture mid entertainment cellent reports from the (daces where course ol exceptional merit Ihe they have appeared, On tho course comprises live numbers in all the (last work Theic will he three evenings of music was very highly seaaou, their upon. commented mi evening ol magic by one of the They do not claim to give n heavy itesi magicians mi Hie iilnllorm Imluv or extremely classical program but and the lecture by Speaker Ch.imii they fill every demand for a versa-lit- e Clark, which is the lirst on Ihe pro popular evening. They gram, heason tickels for flic live come to the musical hoiise opera on Feb. (ulcrliiinments have been placed at 2t. W.'iO lor Ihe first eight rows of -- cutand for the balance of BR0DHEAD. the hinic. Those who get their liekels lust ..,.) (u. ,j,.k nf s..(its Aliss John Kvn il ton, of Stanami uiii hifvc Ihem reserved for the ford visited Airs. Susiu Cherry last entire cotiise of five iiumbei-- . week. Hon. Champ Clark l)r 0. AL Frith left hist week for if ever a man was equipped for public -- en ice that man is Champ Louisville, where he will linish his Clark, who come- - Oct. '2'J. lie is hist course in denislry. It. C. Anderson and son who imigiiitieeni mcntallv and with his woudeifnl knowledge of law .in, I ol bought J. T. Cheiry.s stare house men. lie holds a record lor oratory took possession last Aloudnv W. II. and debate, that fevhuve equalled Sowder moved his mercantile goods nii-- l none siupasscd. Xot oulv is Mr. into the house vacated by Anderson l lark well etpiippcd for public ser- nml sou, mi, Air. Cherry moved his vice and public iicfuhics, bit! he goods into the house vacated by Air. holds (be leeord of haviiiir used that Sowder I'nele Dock Woodyard has re-- 1 eiUipnictt' to a splendid advaiil.igc. home nfter visiting his .rued lie has classii- diclatloii mill inimit il'iughtor. Air. Harry' Hilton ut Stan able humor and fiery clninicii.-c- . As speaker of Ihe House, tew men ford. Airs. J. AL Clark who has been in the history nt that both have iiiicalhd ln:n. Some of his .speeches quite ill is .some better. Jop Albright has moved his family have been comparul with those of Daniel Webster. His .speech on the flom Lebanon to Ilrondhead. Air. Tyco nnd family have moved Cuban ipicstiuii was copied into 22 papers in France alone. As an ora- into one of Air. Cherry's on Silver tor and speaker of the House. Clark street. Air. Tyee will start up a poul has bioiiiilit fame not only to him- try house in the old Albright house. Airs. .Molly Durham has moved self but to the state which he has Ili bus nelile flom Silver street to Air. Cass's mi tun1' ri'inesi'iiti',1. on the hill. Airs. Daiscy Hint lloll Miksitiiri .iiii. nf flu, liftwl ml . iii the union. Jsui .Mr. Clark i.s too has moved into the one sbo vacated. Andrew Osborne, the young man well known to need further comment who passed himself off as chairhere. man, of the Hoard of Education Mendelssohn Quartet. '1 ho Com while making an address at Broad-hea- d Alendelssobn Quartet Graded School two weeks has pany the second number on the pro gram coming Nov. 10, is something rroveu to bo a horse thief. Last new in male quartets. Whilu ap Saturday he borrowed a borso from pealing in modern evening dress they J. A. Hopkins to ride to church. will retain the spirit of the historic Instead bo escaped with tho horse. He was found at Paint Lick the minstrel entertainer. The historic minstrel, it will be recalled, was rc- - following day and is now in jail at tined and artistic in temperament, Alt. Vernon. Last Friday afternoon Thomas a combination of poet nnd musician who spent his days st rolling from vil Evans of this (dace and Aliss Sallie Inge to village, singing' his songs and Laws xviu'o married at the homo of reciting his verses to nil who would tho brines parents at Lyons, Ky. The bride is the beautiful duugii-fr- e heat, from the lords mid ladies of of Air. and Alts. Joe Laws who court and castle to the humble pea sant folk and children of. the street, for the past few years lived here his great genius lying in his ability hut n few weeks ago moved (o to adnpt his verse mid song to fit Lvons. The groom is n prosperous young any occasion, ur any mood ol his listeners, hi addition to their vocal man, holds a good position with the work, they will perform wflh vio- I.. & N. Kailroad Company. Thev will mnko their home in lirodhead. lins and cello. We wish them much happiucss. Reno, Maqician. Keno, the magician the third num Waynesburn Teachers' Meetinn ber of the program on Nov 21 has been upon the platform for 32 The following is tho program of ears, lie has traveled all over the world including India, Syria and the Lincoln County Teachers' AssoEgypt, studying the magic of those ciation to be held ut Wnynesbuig. lauds. Ho carries birds, rabbit and Ky., ou the second Saturday of Oca goose. Very many of his tricks tober. by 1. Song. Kentucky Schools, are of bis own invention. Ho gives Association. it full two hour's program. 2. Welcome nddress Virgil One of his performances that never fails to amaze an audience is known .'1. What is education? Klmer as the "'dove trick''. Ho bums a piece of common (taper, and :t dov 4. Correlate work, nnd piny, Clarrises phoenix like from the ashes. Hu apparently tears the dove in two, ence Griffin. 5. Discussion of the tobacco haonly to liml that ho has two doves in his hand. He throws a glass of bit, AIis Elsie Singleton. 0. The value of History nnd how-twater into the air and it changes inteach it D. Goocli. to a dove and flies away. 7. Dealing with the incorrigible. Not the least enjoyablo feature of Echo's performance is the running Victor Gilliland. 8. Vnlue of memory studies, AL fire of comment with which he enlivP. Shadown. ens everything he does. Theso 9. Essay on good will, Miss Maud remarks are full of wit, with flush nfter flash of good tepered sa- Brown. qualification of the 10. Tho tire aimed nt himself or his work. lie is a man of fine personality and teacher, Ito3coo Wbeoldon. 11. Physiology, T. D. Lay. an artistic appreciation of tho suc12. Essay on tho morality of the in bis profes cess ho has achieved teacher, Zora Daugh. sion. 13. Civics, Virgil McMulliu. The Musical Favorites. For versatility tho Musical Favor- 14. Misdemeanors on tho way to Young. ites, another number on this forth- and from school, Miss Effie few equals. lf. Ventilation and sanitation, Aliss coming course, have They play upon the saxaphone. ey. Alary Gastineau. 10. The dilToient types of chilhipbone, niano, violin, cello, three banjos and three mnndolins, while dren and how to treat them, Miss Young. Air. Arthur Love, still further varies Fannie 17. ltonding. Walter AIcKinney. his poems and llm program with 18. Debate, resolved that the man readings. This company comprise four peonlc, Arthur Loce. Lena Love as teacher is superior to the woman. fleorge I.. AIcNemry and Nina Me- - Aff. Vircil AtoMullin. T. I) Lay. Ncmrv. Air. Lovo for years gave an Neg. Elmer Gilliland, Clarence Grif entire evening's eutertaininiit him- fin. We solicit the attendance, find self in vocal and instrunuital music of every patron in nn efmid humorous selections, many of his own composition. The musical fort to muke the teacher better tibln favorites are the fourth number on to teach. the Lvcuin Couive program, coiniuc After exposure, nnd when you feel here Jan fi. 112. n cohl coming on, take Foley's Honey The Orchestral Entertainers. of the Lyceum course and Tar Compound. It checks and ses in America enjoy a versatile tiro relieves. Use no substitute. Th? gram 'lit music, The program of the genuine in n yellow package always. Orchestra! Entertainers U not only Shugnrs and Tnnner. decidedly versatile but each member Chait-liiuqtias 11 o frag-mentar Nine-Tent- CAPT. RICHARDS Gallant Warrior of the Lost Cause Answers Last Bugle Call. To the memory of Thomas Richard, n bugler in the Confoderato Army. With bugle blast he called to arm, Ilrnvc men in time of wnr, With fearless Font nnd patriot heart He followed the Southern Star. No fear of death was in his breast, He faced it o'er and o'er Ou many n field of conflict. Mnde red with human gore. Like bravo Aforgnn, Leo and Jncksou Ihe bugle call of God. Has but culled him to his comrades, Who sleep benenth the sod. ('apt, Thomas Richards, one of Ihe best known Confederate veterans in Ibis part of the stale, passed over h dark river Sunday morning to rest with Leo and Jackson 'neath tho shade of the trees. For it number of years, dipt. Richards had been nn invalid il closely to his homo nnd bed ami news of his passing away did not come as n surprise lo his many friends, who mourned, however, that a noble soul hud gone out from their midst. Capt. Richards served bravely in the Civil War and nfter it wns over he settled down in Lincoln enmity, though a native of Garrard. He was a silversmith by trade, but did not follow it all his life, spending soinu lime as host of hotels at Danville and here. lie is survived by his wife, who has also been in very poor health for niunv years, nnd his dnuchler, Aliss Bessju Richards', who has-be- en a noble support to her father in his declining days. The remains woro taken to his old home nt Lancaster for interment Momlny. Capt, Richards wus just 80 years of age, and it was n stramre coincidence that he passed away on the 4')lh anniversary of the battle of Perrvville in which he took part. Airs. Richards was before her mar tinge, Aliss Sallie Dunn, of Gar-- " nml. To them throe daughters were born, of whom one, Aliss Bessie Rich nrd, smvives together with one grandchild, AlUs Jean Patrick. con-ilnc- from the Kockefellcr fund. The Sueenev Shelby Company of .'unction City has sold out to the Cumberland Grocery Company, of Somerset. A woman was indicted by a Larue, county grand jury for "shooting craps. Probably the matrimonial 'amblu was not sufficiently excit ing in please ner. DRIPPING SPRINGS Sorghum making and corn cutting seems to be the order of Ihe day. Ifev. A. C. Haird preached four sermons to large congregations at Bethel church in Garrard. Everybody in that community seem tc be much interested i"j building a new Baptist church. All tho-- e who aie iiilcit-stcin that part of tho country are urged to be present on the 4th Saturday in December. Saturday m October. Itev. A. C Baird filled his nt Beech Grove Baptist church last Saturday and Sunday prenchim; to a large crowd. His subject was '"Grow in Faith." The Sunday school there is progressing nicely. The little ones are getting interested, attending in wagon loads. Mr. and Mrs. J .T. Wells Rev. A. C. Baird and wife of Garrard Inst week. W. Landgraf. of Wnynesbiirg. wna heio last week to receive the new school house just erected by J. T. He was well pleased with Wells. the building. Air. and Airs. J. F. Shaw, of Preai'hersville, visited Air. and Mrs. J. T. Wells. Singing school began at Tyrone the 7lh of the month. Something much needed in this rommnnity. Alesdames Singleton and Dyehoitsc aie doing nicely with their store here. The revenue men were in this section last week looking afler the boot loggers nnd caught up with some of the boys. We hope he will visit this part often and break up the whisky trade as there is lots of the stuff sold in this locality. The good people say they will put their shoulder to the wheel and try to stop the liquor trade. Audv Renfro sold a calf to L. K. Wells for $1.'). E. L. Wilson bought two calves of Thos. Singleton at $11; Sam Holmes sold one to n Garrard man for PREACHERSVILLE. A good slock barn, 40 by CO feet, belonging to Jones L. Anderson, burn cd down at fl o'clock Saturday morning. A lot of machinery, plow gear etc.. were consumed. A lot of chickens also burned in a shed near by. This barn was built bv .1. F. Holts:-clasome years ago on site of the historic and widely-know- n "Red House," which was at one time the only store here and was the location of our postoffiee nt one time It is fortunate for Air. A. that his toek were nil in the pasture nt the lime the fire occurred. It is not known how the fire but believed to have been due lo tramps, hut none were seen there lately, tho' the barn was on the pike and sometimes used by them When the alarm was raised the roof was ou fire all over but none in stnlls below, according to those first on the scene. No insurance on the barn, it having expired last month. CINCINNATI MARKETS. Cincinnati Oct.. 10. Cattle Re-- t cipts It, 00 j ; market quiet and 10(if loo lower: steers $:i.f0(m;:o'.r0, heifers $2.f)0075.10 cows $l..r0(?M.G5 calves clow and weak to 25c lower ). Hog- s- Receipts 5,000 saoOCcfiSJ.-lunrket active; (tuckers and butchers strong light shippers steady at last week's closing prices; packers $0.00 (?r(i.9."; pigs and lights $3(oti.ft0; stags $3(q)5.2o; common sows $4(?f ij. Sheep Receipts f54, market Mendv. $l.r0(cM.40 lambs strong to TO cents higher $3(o0.25. BLACK AWAY GO' PIMPLES. HEAD. ECZEMA, DANDRUFF $11. AND OTHER SKIN AFTho home of James Cheek burned FECTIONS. All tho contents down last week. When Zemo and Zerao Soap are Used No insurance. were consunujd. SC00L HONOR ROLL FOR SEPTEMBER. Grade 0. Mao Dudderar. Grade ft. Mairgio Gonch. Grade 2 Herbert Holtclaw. Grade 1 Rosa Breed-lovl'rimary. Albert Dudderar. Lcor.a Aliller, Ernest Anderson. Mrs. J. E. Oooeb Tenchor GOSHEN e, NOTICE. ' To the pntrons of the city, emigre-gntion- s nnd all lovers of Christian and educational work. Wo tnko this opportunity to ask you to assist ;us in any wav vou can by words clr giving something to help us entertain Eduentional the Baptist Womons' Convention which will convene hero on the 12th hist. There will be many things discussed for thci elevation '.if our people. For that eause we make this appeal to all Help, Rev. A. I. Caulder, Pastor. The Penny Drag Store says, "We ZEAIO and ZEMO SOAP used together will rid the skin or scnlp of infant or grown person of PIMPLES, BLACKHEAD. DANDRUFF, INSECT ECZEMA, BITES or any form of itching, disfiguring skin or sculp trim hie. that we do not hesitate to recommend these clean refined remedies to every person who desires quick, relief and a cure from uny form of aggravated skin or scalp affection. Oftentimes one bottle and one cake of soap sfdl cure u minor case of skin trotrsie. ZEMO jnd ZEMO SOAP produce sure nnd swift results. You will not suffer another day after you comYou will feel mence tu use them. like u new person. .ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP enn bo obtained from one leading druggist in every city or town in America and in .Stanford by Penny's Drug fiions are so confident that n www rr k Ja ttiM'm'rui- 4 THE INTEBJOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 10. 1911. Railroad Fares Rebated In Cash at our Transfer Desk Rebate Plan: An Old When you have completed your shopnl nq In this store, take your return you? sales check? which arc given you with each purchas c. to the credit desk, (south end o th c bulldlnn). first floor, and we will l,cfcl and , '..,. i un..P nni nnrnhnsM.' un- to he amount of vour round trip railroad fare. -i""- j""' rciunu 10 you mi tusn u ici icm Fashioned SheeUnd Pillowcase Sale All Week-- A Splendid Opportunity for Hotels and Boarding Houses As 0'REAR APPROVED RAISE IN TAXES. ' OO&OOOftOOOOOaOO OOO&O0QO$OO0O0i) o O r ticket from your home to Louisville. ... " df Well As Iidiviiluals. limn the tost of the potion by Hie .vnnl. All torn from the piece, not ent. Readv-MaSheets and Pillowcases In every instance le Sheets Double bed siie; ilnixlud villi wide hem made of Hplomlid wmlit potion, limited qiinntity; j.rire eneli 50c Seamed Full Bleached MC. extra heavy qnnlity; double l.rd rr, limited q.untky; prie. Full Bleached ... Inwpal .. ......... ..- ......!. uUitia - will hi11ntnut nf liroimrtinii tn tlm- ntlirra! of the filX'ln liiplics! price mi J.oom " iuiiin, "'Fruit nf the Loom Sheets UI1C MZl bottom and are genuine .bruit 67c sheets; mntftjl in .......... iIumo nre tiniMicd with wido hem nt top and nnriow bcni . vnnri! mv.i .. JII1V1. ;ll!X.14 inches price, each 12 qiiality; Sheets--Seamie- . HI-- - - u-- lll'. H.U,ulidl UtlirSiMiiStSvia "jlirpU inrl Pillnw CaSCS 'nn Splendid fuv CaSCS- - Fruit of ll.e Loom, size 42X.10 and 45X 0 inches; price is extremely low, each I5c.I -Pillow u in.k.H r..n ninM,nH Pillow Cases flood nualitv of cotton, mm- tJ30 inches , price, eneli 12 2c. llX3(i inches; lhnittd ti.intity, price onrli 10c. Cases-S- ize Full Bleached Hemmed Pillow pair in r.eat box; sire 4.:JC, incbe.: price pair $1.15 Pillow Cascs-K- neh pair l.x:Ui inches. 1'illoucases one 81x30 in,l,, Pillowcase SctS.-- One 0W Cases l,. -- o 1. C AV u-- - OOxlW "f.3'-- Imi 'j'S 'T Sheet, nently bound Z ""el of for -- 70 colli .30. inches price ma, PH0W CaseS-K- acl, pair in neat box sir., Splendid quality, ninde hv th Defender Mnnufactiirinj; Company, most witisfnelory weanns Kind thai we 111) cents; 72x1111 inches each 05 cents; sale. Shells BlxPO inches, price oO cents; (KlxllfJ inches each sixOO inches, price each 75 cents; 81x0!. inches, price each 80 cents; 00x00 inches price each SO cents; ..-3- '"mtt- -- ;.. THE STEWART DRY GOODS CO., We Eqq... Hens . Are I -- Paying today for ... Roosters. Ducks . Turkeys. Hides. New feathers iuImm'Im bud lold him hw pohli-that it would be n duneerou thing lo endorse, but that he thought it wni lawful end that he believed lb riiiubheRii officials hi ted liouelly (Incorporated). under their cmlhs of office. It logically follows that if Jude (t'li'ear if elected (lovernor. mid niu Hove he is, in that democrats will the xtiile in debt, as nil Iih repubh-ea- n FALL AND WINTER STYLES. no longer stand for nominal ion precedeeesor have done, he Established 1872 made wept h" primary, then the will fellow Governor Willon' methMy new fall and winter samples direct primary law, which will eli od of emptying the pockets of the his Hoard on the market SHELTON M. SAUFLEY,... Publisher minate from the situation the only fanner, becauseauthority They comprise the best under the has the wuo uuu can suit anyone as to price, excuse ever given for convention, new law to put any burden on them his clothes mad0 to order. A suit II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE is all the more imperatively needed that is necc-nr- y to support the exmade to our measuixi is preieraoie have them the ad'ninUtrHtiou. .16 17c to ready made clothes. To cost any Entered at the postottlco at Stan- nnd its enactment by the coming travagance of made to measure doesn't legislature should be n foregone con All honor to Judge Hubert I.. Stout more than ready made when quality ford as socond class mall. ...8-- 9c ano who sent the chairman of the democlusion. . .. and fit Is considered. Como " nl inches, price each 18 cents; 45x30 inches price each 20 cents full line o ste?s fruit of the loom sheets, nt the same prices as above Yours Truly. " "42x30 ( Vwm - 'he nnt llngrnnt uolu. of .empaiRii pledge wan the lions raid upon the Inx jyiycrs nrgauired by Gov. WilNoti to cover m tiii extravagance, and carried into effect under his orders, by his Hoard Having waited of i:tinlinitiou. one quarter of a million more than dollM of the people's money in fool-ihlexploiting the flnte militia, he paid the piper by increasing the tax-fil- e vnlue of furm lands in two The burden, jenrs, t,02P,-J31.00as uunl, fell upon the farmers, the erv pooiiln to wliom Jiiilgo 0"l'enr U now iHpealing for help, although (lowrnor WilUon's adniiuislratio,i which was responsible for this increase, meets with Judge O'Kenr's heart v commendation. Governor McCreniy asked .ludgn O'Kenrthe distinct ipuMiou if he npproutl this rnie of nearly one hundred million dollars on the farm land of the tute, nnd it lnu- -t be -- aid lo Judge O'Kenr's credit, that lie wai frank enoiich t admit that he did approve of it. He "aid that One of y . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $1 01 o o 0 0 0: 4 O'i 0 0 0 O 5J YOU CANT DELAY 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 V ... V..' 0 Louisville, Ky. rilElN'lERIORjOliRNAL. S Thcfliimc has conic whcnlyou must bring your old suits and lot us clean a-- ' and press it or J3UY A NW ONE, Wc can do cither. We have a tailor 0" 01 who is waiting to do your repairing or pressing or our salesman will show 0 you the most elegant assortment of 0 0 ready to wear suits you ever saw 0 I'roin an all wool kersey at $lo.oo 0to a blue seru;'j and (hose beautiful 0-0- V .t 2c 7c ...10 lie 40c .88 30 J.L.Beazley&Co AND UNDERTAKERS DEAL-EALSO IN MAT-TINGR H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. FURNITURE, RUGS. THEY WILL FURNITURE EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE RIGHT. Democratic Ticket. The Kliznbcthtown Xes predicts For Governor James U. McCrcary. Kor l.leut. covcrnor E. J. McDermctt that the Democratic majorities in For Treasurer Thos. S. Ithca. For Secreury or atatc u. r. rcce- - the First, Second, Third and Fourth I111K. Congressional District) will be Mo- For Attorney General James GarnctL TPJirv'jS nilllnrilv fnr firit'iirnri,-- Tliia f Ttniunrtli LV. A1H- - IT will be in the neighborhood of 18,- for State Superintendent or Schools 000 or 20,000 nnd we believe Fditor finrksdale Hatnlett Sommers has the do)o down pretty For Coinralssloner Agriculture J. W. fine on it. too. Kowman. For Clerk Court of Appeals It. L. For Italiroad Ooramlssloner W. F. Klalr. For Circuit Judge Charles A. liar- din. Fo Greene. committee of Scott county to jail for LM hours in contempt because he could not produce the ballot boxes ucd in certain precu- there was where cincts deuce of gross fraud. All of the boxes which the grand jury desired to examine .were strangely missing. Testimony before the grand j'iry indicated that the machine had robbed MeDennott in the recent primary. cratic county 2 0 0 0 handsome brown suits at and $:10.0I) We are asking but little when we ask you to just lock at them and put on one of the coals then pass judgment. $15-20-25 0" 0" 0-- 0: t'u H. J. McRoberts 0 0 O 0-0- - Stanford, Kentucky. o-0-0-0- " B"" W "" "" " 1 EVERYBODY The Quickest i Heprcscntntivc W. II. Shnnka. will be pleased with the bargains we are offering right now. THE PRIMARY MUST COME. (Danville Messenger.) The editorial in the Louisville Times of Sept. 28, stronply the direct election law. will enact which the next in necordunee with the plunk, on th.it subject, in the platform o each party, is one of several articles that fellow how strong a ficlit that, always influential Democratic paper is pre pared to make for that rirfiteou- It makes it clear uiai letislation. it i Hip will of the Democratic party niul the party's mandate to thu par ty authorities, as wil as to ine legislature, Unt all democratic nominations bhall hereafter be by primary election, in which every democratic voter shall have a vote and have that vote counted. There is a strong current, as evidenced by the increasins populnrity of the initiative nud referendum the election of Senators by popular vote and the universal demand for nominations by direct primaries to uet the control of legislation back into the hnnds of the people. The Times, in dealing with tbo subject now, has doubtless heurd of the rumored jravo error being made by some aspirants for next years' nominations nnd by their friends, in trying to .nrrange this far in advance for un evasion of defiance of the paity's. will. Wo refuse to believe that any of the talked, of candidates for office would this early, bo so bold or so suieidedly unwise as to attempt by a combination or conspiracy of any kind lo "frame up" a nominating convention instead of the primary method, to which the party is pledged and by which the party authori ties nre bound. When the time for the next nominations rolls round, cilch nnd every democrat will wnnt nml ilpiimml the opportunity to vote for the man of his choice and every democrat who wants to run for of- fipn will have the onltortunitV ol doing so without paying the expense nock of the primary, but ho Ilia nomination in tho way the party says it must ho innda. Would any democrat seeking dare, were ho n member of the next legislature, to vote iicaint tho .In-.- . ft iiriniurv election law. for which the present party platform de or clares? It not, now can ie Ind. r niA-- liis 1'iiimlv poiimiittcemun. who is bound by tho same platform, to vote for a eomentioiw i lie Honest, disinterested county cointnittej'-iM'- ii with which tho party is hlc-c- d, vill never vote to deprivu their de mocratic neighbors of a oice m nnd tlic-or other nominations ko. should not he We indorse nenrh all that Urn. edi Laiulmm Miys, in tho tonal. If he s njiht, n id we be emn-mendi- nc e L L.L. mines Crab Orchard -i. SALES We Make ARE TO CUSTOMERS WHO HAVE E i o ,..".;?". t". t". i". 0 0-- .'. .". :", '" ". t", -. .- (" " " " t" 0 i'l J't li lm u uxJi. j "HAKES UFE'S WALK EASY LOOKED AROUND AND ARE TO CAREFULLY COMPARE ' sr ; u.ACBUmhIIHHHHIHJIB a.1 Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded When OUR MERCHANDISE AND PRICES WITH THAT OF OTHER STORES. It is easy to convince yourself that the "CROSSETT" best made at any price. is We far the are Met- DEPENDABILITY WATCHWORD IS THE showinq about thirty styles in all HERE. r I i leathers. Patent, Tan, Gun al, Velvet. Vici Kid in Lace and Button in the new high toe. Come in and get a pair while we have your size. f : r L We Want Tour Patronage TODAY AND TOMORROW, i i your physician hat pre scribed a medicine lor you to tale, the next Important step Nto have that prescription placed In tho hands of a thoroughly reliable and competent pharmacist ro it will be compounded exactly as directed. We. have gained an cnviablo reputation (or always being very careful and painstaking In our compounding and feel that, In all justice to your own good health, you should bring your next prescription here. Here, too, you will find a complete and Inviting display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For interior decorating we carry nd recommend ALABASTINE, the beautiful well coating. Call and see samples of tints and ask us about it. PENNY'8 DRUQ STORE. Stanford, Kentucky THIS f r SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky. YEAR AND NEXT YEAR. THAT'S WHY WE ARE SO CAREFUL ABOUT THE ARTICLE WE SELL BEING JUST RIGHT IN QUALITY. GET THE HABIT OF TRADING AT THIS STORE. ENJOY ITS LIBERAL 1EE NEW PEORIA- -A Sun i. I We sold last year several New Peoria Grain Drills to be thoroughly tested in every way. The new Disc Furrow Opener followed by a shoe enables you to deposit grain in the furrow at a uniform depth. The drills have proven a success and we recommend them. Call and get circulars and become posted. I 9 l : " MEN'S FALL CLOTHING INSURANCE POLICY. AS EV- ERYTHING REPRESENTED OR YOUR MONEY BACK. ", Severance j . M-- & li-l Son, It is time you were thinking of r your new Fall Clothing. We take r J pride in inviting you to see our I new Fall Suits. They are correct in style, perfect in fit and moderate 2 l l H I W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. o Bl I tdo m in price. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. r " W. E. Perkins, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. 4 THE INTERIOR JOUBN AL STOCK LAW ELECTION. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1911. ft FARE, CHECK WE REFUND YOUR RAILROAD AU YOUR BAGGAGE Speeinl term Lincoln County Court, lipid September 7th, 1011, Hon. James l Bailey, Jiuluc. presiding. The petition of W. II. Trnylqr riml others wan this day filed in open court, unci in now noted of record, praying for n submission of. the quemtion whether rattle generally rhnll lie permitted to run nt large on the public highways and unenclosed lands of Stanford Mngislcr-ia- l District No. 1 of Lincoln county, appearing from u conKenluKVf-i- t sideration of said petition that It Iiiih been -- miicd by more than twenty i Iftfiil votetH who reside ill and are electors in wild Stanford .Maitistcr- al District Vti ! that nt the tunc the pelUimi was filed ihe petitioners deposited with the county court a Mini of money sufficient in the pitls- liirnt of the court to dctrny the ct inn ; that b.v an of void Stuinpt ItUilnt out Into firewood. from ictual photngfaph Drawn n Court of nler ol the coiinlv now in force, the iitniri- dnal ilisinct is fixed as the unit in inh , sui h ehctioiis in Lin'-oli- i that il is more than till las until tht next tegular election to be held ill ..III tllotliel, the court is of (lit T -- 'ihiX'i'lafti Sft, Viffll?--V" ? and adit.ilgc-- . it mil and olders 'lh.it the petitioners are intitled to I e the piaer of the pi t I i (.M'lcil, which is done, .Hid nil o'ei ordered to be In Id tloii is liereb on the 7th dm ol Xovciiibei, I'll I. Ili rc'iilai clctioii iln. in the oting of Stiiiifont Mn'.'i" Drawn f mm c(uiil iilmtoiirapli. Ten months later $MK 00 worth ( celery per cro. tiii.il !iti H t No. 1. of Lincoln i.uiin, Kcutiickv, t,ir the piiU'oe Come and lenrn the modern, quick, cheap and iituii1 the will of th Mil ot Mitte way to use the fllunt force ol dynnmlfe lo ir ol s.nd ili- -t iT--t upon the imi (.it-It toil whelher or not thev wi-- h Remove Slumps and Boulders. Plant Trees. Dig Ditches. .'citcralU to i mi nt Inrue on tho p'lbbe ItijInMiNs and lineiu - l Break Up Subsoils and Make Old Farms Produce Big Crops. I Hid- til Slaiiluiil iiMgixleti i1 m .llj'f No. 1 ot Lincoln omit k RED iii.l for lite purpo-- c of o'il lnil, til tin CROSS n'i Ibis election the nillci-' n lion tor find iiii'ciMcnnl Will Be Demonstrated on the Farm ol ule directed to ipitn a poll on the il.ile a')nc rttimcd in each ol the Mil mi,' pifonctN emliiiii ui in A. M. Fc nnd, on Hustonvillc Pike 3 miles from district. ti.iincK aid iniiyi-teiltown, Oct. 19,10 A. M. Red Cross Dynamite J'l.tiifiiii! Mitiit" preeimls 'is 1, ', ! ami t. The clcik of the Lin uln is sold by Durham & Cecil Danville, Ky, W. H. iMiiiutv court is directed to cause to Higgins, Stanford, Ky. and T. D. Newland, lc priuled on the ballots to be ned "An ii. tins elcctiiiii the question Ky Stanford, Mm in favor of maKiiis it unlaw fr.l 'for cattle generally to run at large on the public limliun.wnnd unenclos'tl ed In ml- - ol Stanford ''it-n- et No. of Lincoln county, HOG CHOLERA. ICentuekyl" Notice of this election inil- -t be mi t' irri nliil for onl f colli, per iniintli formed lion. Tin l. knrf nirr.l mill tin aianr.! nmtaln thimini. herd urn I iibliheil twentv das before hand rliviwl. Klilv!nlc mixing tin illtiif lor MreliU i tit from in the Stantord Interior Journal, the Hi' fiiilHiiilirlni!aiiilii,ryiii ttimiwwnl.nl ttiilr liou. (nil KHUN' lltNl DIIUI.KIIA Itr.MKhV only, new ip.ipcr pitbli-'lie- d ill Liuenlu uri.iiiiil ereu iilnClioleni.t'tiuisliv Worm., Kcwrn. Huiurn 'count), wltitli notice iii'ut appt-a- r in nut Tlmtnl" .llrmilati- tltf ntiK tit' aid. illK"tlon mid tin1 iiiiii-- lerd. Ilvtttr i null fniin hiii. to tiiki ol -- aid newspajour liiKi, t tour lriti!i(ll' or nt .it leat four onm tixlrtj nml MntiulnctiirislHiiil iiimt per. Tlin. election Miall lit held by, uihiii rrcvlut ol pittf. KiiUoti in r n ill' oil ly llourUni Urmnl) l'o lllt.Ktoll, K) Mild liy nnd the polls thcrcol t enquired anil the result aiiunuiietd in the man- New Stanford Druq Co., Stanford. Kentucky. flier, nt the tunc, nnd by the peimuis iiithorizcil to hold elections and A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS. enquire the polls nnd deelaro the Courses lending to r.ltmentnry Stnto Cerlillcate, Intcrmed-di.it- e results in elections held for county, Ulcers, and the result (hereof shall State (Vrtillente. Advanced State eertilirate (this be sptcatl upon the records of this certilleate becomes u if diploma). All these certificates Special cours-T- I court nt its next regular term after )l public schools in Kentucky. are .ilid in the result is declared. iw couniw. TL1TI0X KKEE TO APPOINTORS. The clerk of the Lincoln county wmol -- ilOlUlalTHo hplendid dormitories, new Model School, new Manual eotut, the xhcrilT of Lincoln county, AgricuTraining building. Practice school, Department of ami the oflicer- - of election in the -- eyeial lture; n well equipped Gymnasium. embraced otinc precinct Student, enn enter to advantage at i nv time. Address. in Stanford Manisjcrlnl District No. of Lincoln county, Kentucky, are J. G. CRABBE. President, Richmond, Ky. diieetcd to do and perform nil of duties required 1 Ihe lespective laws of this common-of i hem by the wealth in advertising anil conductTrTVTTTHTTCrVT'T'C 1O ing said "lection, in the preparation UJLVJLIil .mil preservation of the ballots uud aMa-aai in c.iuwisning and ftirttf inir tho is plain. We OUR DUTY to our departed ones of the vote, and it is directed that said election to be held in all should erect an appropriate MEMORIAL over lespccts as lequired by law governtheir final resting place. ing such elections and the general election law in fo far as it applies A monument is not expensive unless you care to this character of elections. A copy to have it so. FREE DEMONSTRATION FREE. We'll Give You A Royal Welcome Whether You Purchase Or Not. FARMING WITH DYNAMITE On the Threshold of the Trots And The Coming Fall Season ( Lin-tol- Wil -- -- WISH to emphasize the of Kelsington System Clothing to every man who seeks quality in personal attire at a Moderate cost If we supply your clothing for Fall then you'll know that you are fashionably attired and that you have notpaid !" one cent more than the outfit is worth. Good dressers come to us for style I crrn,llll VI I MKU, !ni O I I and we've never disappointed them. Our clothes are made according to our own specifications (s WE Young Men As Well As The Older Boys. HAVE FOUND THUS TO BE GREATEST KENTUCKY'S , HAT STORE. OUR LINE OF STETSON'S I. 11 k mw DYNAMITE I r that means that they are right. diftcrent styles) ECLIPSE ALL FORMER EFFORTS OF THIS DEPART(Twenty-fiv- e MENT. WE HATS MAKE j l'ir iil Plenty ot styles but only a few, suits of each. You'll not meet yourself at every corner. Oxford greys, American models, English models; browns, tans and Jblues. They're here at 515 up and every garment worth the price asked. blue-grey- s, "YOU KNOW GOOD" ANY THAT BEEN MADE BAD. .Mif.'i-tcti.- 1 Boys' and Children s Department on First Floor fnrtn-irilo- - iim-ilri- '. ". GRAVES, COX & COMPANY, INCORPORATED. "i? j - I "I ' HOME OF GOOD CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS. -- .va J .i LEXINGTON, lands of District have printed on the ballots for each precinct in which the vote is to be No. 1. taken the question above set out. G. B. Coooer. Clerk. and there shall also be published -- 0 V. L. McCnrty Sheriff. days before the election in at icast four issues of the Stanford Interior STOCK LAW ELECTION. Journal, a notice of tho said election, which shall give tho date of term Lincoln County Court, said election, the question to ho subcellar held August 14th, 1911, Hon. Jas. mitted to the voters of said district, nnd such facts as may bo necessary 1'. Bailey, Judge, presiding. to give validity to said act. In tho matter of the petition of A Copy. Attest: G. B. C00PRR, tho citizens of tho Wayneabiiro; Mag- 79-- 4 Clerk Lincoln County Court. isterial district, ubkiug for an election to be held on the question of PUBLIC SALEslock riinuing at large: of A petition signed by C. M. Thompson, Morris Wall, S. H. Chevilett, G. FARM, STOCK AND CROPS A. Walter, Maurice Singleton, W. 0. on yaggard, W. Waters, W. D. John-t-oWednesday. October llth. 1911. J. A. Singleton, J. A. Hnrt, J. I will sell my farm of 203 acres II. Mnlvoe. O. II. Cannon. J. W. in excellent neighborhood, two miles Thompson, Qeongo Williams, K. W. south of Danville, Bofle county, Ky., May, Win. Morgan, Itiuhurd Muyrard cue of tho best towns inthe state, Wash Spaw, II. W. Waddle, II. R. where are located Central University Denton, J. R. Ulevens, R. Y. Bal- nnd Caldwell College, two noted collard, Seth Reynolds, Bill Spradliu leges; also other good schools and uitl A. U. Morgan, and constituting churclie. Tho farm is in high state more than 0 voters of tho Wayne:.-bur- g of cultivation as crops will show. magisterial district, was this About 75 acres iu cultivation, butilnv fili'i! in linen court, uskiui; u sub ane e in meadow and blue grass. Wamission of tho question whether cat ter iu every field during drouth. A tle, or any species thcreot stmll Do fcood stock farm. permitted to run at largo on the Will sell about 220 acres with imlinlilli. hu'liunvs nnd unenclosed provements, 'then remaining unimlands of the Wayuesburg Magister proved, then as a whole', taking the ial district, and it appearing to tuo best bid. Improvements consist of satisfaction of tho court that the one nnd a half story brick house ncrMins thoao names art: sizucd to with seven rooms, cellar and parchfjiiid petition are legal voters in es; 2 !ais stock and tobacco barns saitl district, nnd that same 13 faign-e- d nnd other necessary buildings. by moie than 20 voters thereof, Also will sell 20 puro bred nnd and that the law relative to tho call- tegistered Short Horn nnd Polled ing of Hiiid election hns been com- Durham cattle, consisting of 4 bull plied with by said petitioners, it is calves, one held bull, grandson of therefoie oidered that mi election a $10,000 bull, remainder cows nnd bo held in saitl district at each votheifers. Good practical kind for ing place theiein, namely, Waues-bui- v milk and beef. " Precinct No. 1, Wnyn,sburg Jennets, 'I young Jacks. All high I recinet No. '', Wnyiiesbuig Piecinet bred and liuviui; blood of Emperor - dec-lioNo. II, nt Ihe regular NoveiubeiTom Keeno and Joe Blackburn; good 1911 (to be held on the Ytli day eed; 1 pair mules, 4 horses, 75 ewes nt November, 1911) upon the. fol- about 00 hogs uud shouts. All farm-i- n lowing question, to.wit: "Aie joii in giiniilcmeuts, consisting of Wagfavor of making it unlawful for cat- ons, Manure Spreader, Dull. liar-lomules, tle, including, horses, asses, I Mown, etc. Somu household theep, goats and swine to mil ut foods, about TiOO shocks of Corn iu huge on the public higtiwavH and shock, some Oats, 8 2 acres of unenclosed lands of the Wayuesburg Tobacco in bam. Pino bred PlymMatristerml district f outh Rock chickens. The otUcers of election in each Kverything sells, regardless of piecinet of said district are diieet- price. Terms liberal on both farm cd to open a poll at the next NovemWill show prosnnd personally. ber election for the purpose of pective bujers farm nt any time. the will of the voters of Dinner for all. highways and uninclosed said Stunford Magisterial u. n, 1-- KENTUCKY. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES. PROFESSIONAL Nfofp M 1 Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peoni es, liOSOS. I'll or. ete. Kvprvlliim- for orchard, and garden. Xo Agents. Our prices may interest j ou. Iiee Catalogue. .. la-v- n AND BUSINESS CARDS B. D. CARTER LIVERY AND FEED STABLE -- -' H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons. STANFORD, KY. ViT. lVllN Lexington, Ky. re-M- MASONS' MEETING. Lod,te No-- . K.4 A. M. will meet communication on each nrt third Monday nlgbUctwacb month, at nod 7UB o'clock in tb.lr hall on main .treeet. Hta'n. lord. Ky. Memhera of Uttr lodge, are fraternally invited to be prewnt. . W. .H"c.i!.n rtn-Mngt- rJeo. Our work is unsurpassed and considering qualWe have a large stock to seity, is very-chealect from. 4 4 ' I Win Ariams fc. Sntv N. w.w 1 , 49 .,. Rrrurlnjv- Lexington, Ky. t T. H. COOl'KK. Clerk Lincoln County Court. In obedient e to the ioieoing order of Ihe Lincoln couilv court, an election will be held in the foer voting precincts of Stanford Magisterial 'Vistnct No. 1. ot Liutolu county on III.' Till day of NoW'tiilier 191 1, in nil lespeels ns prescribed in said or"il-l- Attest: 0. l MACCABEES. A. c. Bine, Deputy 8tate Commander Staaofrd, Ky.. 8TANF0RD TENT 7. .Meets : 4tn : Monday - Nlgat N. -- . ' . fei esyvavsysy, FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTL'JKY der, for the puiposu of iiM'crtaiuiiu ihe will of the oleis i,f Stanioid MusMcriul Disliict No. 1, of l.'i'i-ol- u county upon l!ie question whether or not they witdi cnttlu to run nt l.n'.'c on the inibliu gen-iinllv OON'T BE TOO SENEROUS. W. W. BURGIr, DENTIST. Olrlae at Reildtnea. CRAB ORCHARD. KV tl with the cement, irue, etc., you get DR. T. W. PENNINGTON from ui. Remember tnat all our build Ing materials are mucn stronger than Dentlat the ordinary and you can therefore Hours 8:3t-li- l A.M. and 1 to 4:31 pm use less than ordinary quantities. It Wee My House flats SUaisra ky you like we'll tell you just how, to mix them to get the best results at WILL ADAMS the least cost. Come in and ask us, n.u,rVeerclrn,B.k",d, f PROGRESSIVE STKONG ACCOMMODATING And Seeking Your Bank Account. CAPITAL $50,000. , TO-DAY. J. A ALLEN, StwrfM-tJ- , Ky. h""" SWord, Ky. phn t7 . HENRY Veterinarian. L. CASEY, D. V. S. " Open an Account With us RURAL TBLifFHOMSS. ; . SURPLUS $25,000 W Of (tee LOGAN'S STABLE, Phone 432, Agent American Hog unolera Serum. Former Director Animal Industry Philippine Islands. Inarlan United Stutmu Armu r- J. V, ijteenbereon iii. Pairs and d Sit. bottom prices. See him before vou bnv P. D. No. j. -. D;".vJ irf.i'""""' Dlau,'. " VVfc lL ,..ii U"?B' DR. W. N. CRAIQ. OfTfcii t UhmLmmmOIUhmi WotMnr U mors Important tn tb bom than clear, steady, lUt&t loiure tbla by settme tbs oil ttiat burns clear and nicker down to cieaa without (tie tait drop, renruyWanU cruJe oil refloetl to perfection. Coats no more than the kind aavca lUONiir-av- ca WORK savea Your dealer tiai HOUTU oiu uc in tarreia airoet from moras. tank-iwas- DANVILLE. KY. Oeullit and ffl.fl.i. vsr H. J. McllobartV Htr. Stanford, Ky. NO.SI, Month, II iMr.M. No. , South, 10:J A at. No. St. Vorth.istOA. m. No.Tl, Nortu,6:ii) r. M. No. TI. 10:IV A.M. No. r.M. 3mvB m Make your home m modern for your family as a ice, FARMER: enikUce, and place yourself iu a tvoiition to get the latent market quotatiom at any time. Thii can be aocoraiuiihed by means of our telephone service irbich you and your neighbora can get for a turn that iiMnall compared with the benefits received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct, to .leadquarters, Nashville, Tenu., for'Information regarding our special "Far-meLine" rate. If you are not at present enjoyinc telephone service, we can immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, I leusesaee, mmwssiiiui, uuuutaiia mnu u.e oouiuera iiornuu oi intiiana anil EAST TENNESSEE TEL. A TEL. CO. Dliaok "MK. n' T J. C. McClary L N. TIWE TKBLB ,!:) JOS. 8. RICE, Aent. W. S. Drye ft Co. y. t r4ffPrjjf ' W' UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMER8 V Ous. C SMI M O. LsMlsrvMc, Kjr Ttlsphont UNDERTAKER AND KMBALMCR VaUfiPjirjL Hustonvllle, Ky. In Offlcs JOHN COOK 9t ItellDsrr at Warrea, mil the celebrate r 'Ms ubLdUlrifLJii"n,i.iilA"s!Ma.ml l(WKs:jc..S,' " wBWaiil. X J UVr4ha "iTT"" i" pi V- - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 10. 1911. f M , a WggWg90Pg0-WgwwwiwgsigWit;- ftOO?:xnwi4an:t:; ! o w wf0tto&&$6$&?o;4 o q w t w : : oo oaooooooooo oo ; ow o ooo yfe-- Get Your Tickets For The Splendid ".J 3 st V ;a Lyceum Entertainment Course, STANFORD OPERA HOUSE AT THE i? o Five Splendid Attractions: CHAMP CLARK OCTOBER QUARTET . 23 10, a a . 43s MENDELSSOHN NOVEMBER RENO, THE MAGICIAN, .. NOVEMBER . 24, 6, 29, ' tt MUSICAL FAVORITES .. . JANUARY FEBRUARY ORCHESTRAL ENTERTAINERS Kv W BLf' BlkMH tI1 .. o0 0 wl 5" ijfiiiri R7 miflHHmH flPBf' VaVBjflHH HbT 4HPjH .T wtiK -- Ji H Five of the greatest attractions of the Redpath LyYou will never have an opportunity ceum Bureau. again to get such pleasure and entertainment at so small a cost. And you reserve your your seats for the entire Course when you buy your tickets. Tickets at Penny's Drug Store. 'I i 4"jJ 0 o vn :: e & $. CirHJK iHf , a. B lAHRt t lJMftViJRMW ( $2.50 $2.00 For First 8 Rows Scats For Remainder House ep .n 00 o 6 3 a li vKfKU: MtflBrjHBBIP'IPr !H 'i SEASON TICKETS ( to E O to -- j6&E5PKh. h sm R3 R3 $0 . Hear Champ Clark, Speaker Of The National Congress. C. Stanford Lyceum Club. WELCH ROCHESTER. STONE. 3 e & K HAYS FOSTER. T. J W. IRELAND Monday Night October ft tf:- a a - & 21 : MARSHALL S. M. SAUFLEY. ait j 2 2gggoogCM& FARM FOR SALE! We will cell ono-liai- ! r? ft a ilLgL-S- L ;. c--0 g jg.o o Ai . r .- ... .H iSt &. O0v:io?ogcifeog?0 ogioooooooooooo actooooooooQCioo obuoooonooooooo c7::6ir?o666'goooo ci ns n t't f? -- .- -v .'' .tf gv A M fr JJ & li w t j? gqgoogg fnfag M I f il'. .' r. --. '. A . . ." i's A ?. ;".' A1 ; TEMPERANCE COLUMN a farm or i about 130 acres In tamo n county, r Ky., inllo from Crab OrchTliis space is reserved for ard, nicely located, mostlv bottom iir the Temperance Committee of land, vcw productive. Kvery acre i Lincoln County. pmaieiy til'ttble, m abundance ot stock water and especially adapted to corn and grass. Good tenant bouse ot three rooms on farm. Terms reasonable Apply at once to. n. U. Bronaugh, Agent. 49 tr CONCRETING and. la fact, we can make any tiling from boDte down to a fence pent. We can aerre yon promptly and guarantee ti work and material. Unll and get our prtoei txtore you buy your material at leait. flrit-cla- W are in potltlon to do nil klndi of inch as lllock. Work, I'aremeati PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Kentucky WE MAKE LOANS On approved security whenever warrant conditions it Prefer- ence, of course, being given to our regular depositors1 State Bank Trust (o. many states. The law inut lie madi' n tenor to evil doer. It can be & none, but it takes bold, determined I whose heart U in their work, O tc do it. VI nit man ha done, man cart do. The olllccr.s of the law hae till the property of the state, the (ount), the jail-- , the penitentiaries Saloon or Blind Tiper. Which? scnti-i.ieThe people of Lincoln county lire behind them. Nothing makes for the enforcement of the luw creutly ns;itnlc(l jtiit now over the of the law. b.iloon iintl bhnil tiijer. Tlu fnct like the enforcement Kan-uWas revoluthat mi nmcli iiilo i. uindu over the Kansas by n few braii1, determined of blind tigers in the coun- tionized men, and sentiment became strong, ty llows that there is a htronj; Saloons never make sentiment lor sentiment anions our peonk 1. a enforcement. Saloons are noA ery lar;e nuniher of tho-- e who torious for their violations law, feigned the petition-.for an elottion and a community debauched of by did it because they were will.never have a stioug senvilli tlie blind tiivrn. Somu of the the eufot cement of the timent cfiier-- . tliiit they did not know law. for (hut it wiw iniK)-(cin the petitions The saloon makes men drunk unto have saloon-,- , but they won; asl.ed "I)o you want to fret nd of the der the protection of the law; bl'md itliud Tiyer--f if ,ou do, iiit this tigers muke men dtiink under the paper.t' and they resigned it.Olheis curse ot the law. High license N a delusion and it snaie. A saloon is who understood better what the just as much u saloon with high licontained, tdpied it with the idea of riddinj: the county of blind cense as witi low license. The lup high license our drunk hirer. lint wyiild sulootib tupplunt makes men in drunkards, andsaloons liais flu? unlawful Mile, ot liquor!? Cnre-lull- y and compiled Mutiaticn show tltut dud murderers and there are mure blind timers in wet assassins and Vagabonds as ivell us than in dry territory. Tbib l'w-- t lmo lirpiur drunk in any other jilace. A been estublisht'd beyond uny doubt. saloon i a place wheru liipior is It is not u temperance reIt is reasonable that it would be ho. drunk. it is not u place for pruycr-me- e I tor the blind be- - sort; tiger man can bide tings and sermons or Hible readh.nd Hi') saloon and blnu'u all diunk-cmicon it. The blind tiger man ing. It is a place dedicated to the tan undersell the saloons. Ho has sale and consumption of stiong no license or government tax to pay. drink. When men say they arc in fa-of hiidi license, thev ure saving His opportunities to do butines they in favor of saloons with nil the tiro far better when Milooiw exist than where they do not. The idea abomination and woes that the sa uf hub.stitutiiig the miIooii for the loon breeds. You cnu't make a saMindtixer is u fiction. You cuiiuot loon n respectable place by culling dp it. When ou iutrodii'.'o Iho saloon it "high license." It is just ns to driug in n high license ou have both, nlwuys, o ervw lioro. Vou can't drie out the bliudtiger saloon us in n blind tiger. To hear men udvocnting saloons, with the saloon. Men will tell you "(live me ha loon license and I will one would 8tiposo that the opening of saloons would change the interfclop the blind tigers." That will never be done. It is like the brewers state commerce laws, so that whisky and distillers ttilkin about making could no longer be ordered by exthe saloon decent, law. abiding, but press. They say "Any kid that bus driving the dies out of business. the money can order whisky now.' they can after saloons comu just Hut they hue neer done it. Thev sell to the keepers of low dives just the same. Down with the saloon us they do to the gilded saloons. forever. Through the saloon is the There ure more violations of law in bhortest mid most diiect route to the county in nhich Dayton ,0., U perdition situated, which it wet, than in the (he dry counties surrounding it, bo Don't trille with a cold, is good ndvice for prudent men and women. slates the Ohio Issue. Blind tigers can be driven out It may bo vital in case of a child. when the officers of the law ure re- There is nothing better than Chamsolved to do it. It bus been done berlain's Cough Hen'edv for counhs in many counties, in different stiites, Olid cold in children. It t k.ifa It has been done to many towns in and sure. For sale by all dealers. &&$$OO&&0 MILLEOGEVILLE". ., bul-I'ets 0 .lAvft Iiivc been rtvoral lead ifanrl on trie film of lolm 1r-- ' vvhtele wee used in 'he Civil War. tr His- farrk' w a part of tl'' "Id camping nt fit, y, Mr. ,I'or?.V .iididge is lrt.Sldiiig a large sti.'ck Ufft-- on bis Jurin.pioi bis Mr. JforrN-- ; uiissell threshing macHihe over to Hilton-vill- e last week iV'iii home tbie-llin- g - cxi-ten- ce tt'in-perun- 1 1 cri d Mr. Joe Hignit' one of J. I'. Pmnl. Clrocer t'o'. 'teaiiiHter, iiuule lie a (rip through here '.1st week. has just recovered fr.Wii long svclf ft sloktie of typhoi'lVver. V,ou know that his many Irie'frN are glad to ef him out iigaiu. We hope will soon be able to take lli-- plneO with the company. Mr. Sam llueker cut his krtep with n corn knife last week, but in'd no nttention to it until last Wediuday night. He had three chills that night and is uffering very much ut this writing (or Mr. Hack. I' wile-beate- - Over Half A Million Dollars bs or In Resources Notes and bills. . .$321,000 Gov't bonds ,....$100,000 Lincoln Co, FLY NE.JS Little Irene Morgan is up ngnin WAYNESBURG it lout, spell ot tvphoul lever SUfi 5HDtS? Mr. Lafe Morgan is hnvii.g .mno Our sdiool is itrogressiiig nKtly, Mr. n pairing done on bis hou-- e sliouiiig an mcrcai' botluiu attend Sum Rothell i doing the wolk Mr. Jenv ItrKc'if was in Danville nice iiihI enrollment. Tor tbo month week. ot AliKitsf Iheic were enrolled 'M Mr, Oilmore, frolu VintlulA, is itii(lent- - Mtli mi average of 7U. Fur here this week to tnkt' f the farm hi bought from the month of September Hut enroll .Mr. Will NWll, tueiit was iyerensvl li 100 and the Mr. U!(f Oiulilis has returned average to "9. The patrons are to home af'teir i few month ? stuv in A Miinmcndcd for tin inferet tin V Meicer lolilit1. ll't' m ;nV sbmung in the Aim Mr. J. F. VAiibook and two Mnchters Mis'ft Lena nm' Anuin tOiWs llic.v are putting" foitl? FOR SUMMER DRIVING Jviit over Ui H: M. Vaiihooli-'w- ' ut crwis" tlie ciliKuitlotial iiicilitn. v"' Uriv-- ra our :ie''(h.borllood. ino comfort of botn norscs and "Uvnuw nod. Bpcclallr considered br MeAralln'7 thresher is lucy pa Bhould be The tune ot C''f has- come In gn( mtif for breatr but. don't do that, trolling Ircnnnfry thrcshhiv btick- - I imeuring a proper outfit ot Inp robes. w "'3i . justi bring" it over to Milledeivillc k VitnketH. fly nets ana other r.ecearP I he dentb .(bgel visited Hie home I lor Air. ImiI'ii MoitJnii has the mill' ,rom j complete asiortmcnt ot Mr. HowavVthe postmaster ml e" Unit will s.ive jou Mie tumble of llero aro URiit. but Eubank on night J....E bo"n " durable BlnK,0 and uouul glilluir jftur blend. Mr. Vjx (Saddis wlifiiis had iho Pbr.kc, fIov;".m. their .l.t .I""!" " dmlralllr BU,teil to ioad pur- U"'M ' llieiimatiiu; for 1'J yenn contmues or ru loiill OL lli-- ir little I ilUUllUT. alro" ,7" Tim remains wrre taken to rlojd no better. .uiut from which her, father cnW Mr. WiirilcCowan iasbftnrvil his iiarnws or 'line little girl of Ale. Hichard Hu I tees. ntE as be is so"iroii(l of IiaPk bus ill witli iruup Stanford. Ky. the new eomur at his liotn-,McCLARY, MlIt Herbert ltcvinl..V. ulu. ilMr. Austin Hale is buildiV; some leacliiinj ut Tiirnersville has ImMi to his hoiiin. Mr. K. S. Sandusky nm two visitfng. lome folks. Mht Hviin Singleton who is m daughters. Mit-- e Orn Lee aii'i Anvisited Air. ihargc urf the exchange at Hum- - I nie from Tunierviillu side is viinlnig home. John Mo-lust Sunday. A tew drruks of whiskey engWd" Mr. Su it li from I'errvvillc, lias moved into one town and bus piiPup in u lisu cnlerprisc the oilier i4y, n More. Tliis nuilte three torcs for the bitillef irisulted in two of ut -RHAIrONAl Jiuiiig men getting their maps slight ly (lrmoriilledl Wliller SinU(iii has been visit FOKSAt-E- ! .IIVIWM ui his klnfolks in this end. after '? It ed pi&-sesi- f jiis.-Matur- - JL.IlStrVfW iiiii-liic- - Uf" n er WebsteKs New MUlc-dgcvill- bonds.. 37,500 6,500 Bank' house.fur&flx Cash and exchange 36.000 $501,000 L'INCOLrf COUNTY -- NATIONAL BANK, comer' nejet to Court House StaRferd.' Knftiekv. vu. u 1 llave been completed M hereby wo uro cimbled to offer llib dnily Couricr-Journuntil December '30; 19.IL and TIIK IN- TEKIOR JOURNAL one full ear for only $1.8().', The rognlur price of inu journut is. OU cents it month. TliS is a remaukublo offer, nnd the sootlbf you bond! in your or: i der the longer1 you will gut the CourFOR SALE! ier Journal. Thopoliticur cumpaign My heme containing 2 acres und is on, keep pdsti'dVy reading the I. J lfl poles of land, 4 miles south of AH orders must be bent to the Inter4 miles east of Stanford. ior Journul not to the Courir Jour- on Dix IUver at the forks of tbo ml. v.iu.1 ...i .... r- wr.il, iiuuiuK irum ii. uuuuerara inu is i Mill to Gilbert's Creek stution, Btoro The best plastor: f and post office, which is one mile with Cbambrluiii's n, Plenty of fruit, pood Liniment und bound on over the af. barn and and dwelling and nil out- fected parts is superior to pla8-lbuildings. Address Prof. J. Uat-sound cunts only one teat& ua (lilbert's Creek Kyi 70-much. For sale by all dealer. 78-- 4 ArrnliiJemcm ul 1- -2 m good-cisterer n, Sixt.fSone acres uf fine blue grass land llntr lm nut plowed for years excenft 8 ucre. This land will grow fino thbiieew, benip and has snlJill dwclu'ng; plenty of locusts for poMw--. and fine wood. It. well wnteied.v This bind is :t miles from Stanford on tbo Otlcn-heipike, close to sebooF. Will sell on eiisv ferms. 7B-- T . W. F." Dfrton, Stanford) Ky. bc-e- GREAT CAMPAIGN OFFER. fminnu - KSBSSifkbH. m; tha new unbrirj ayTMn u" tk i'.lk 'ABWEUTOtr JflW OBB- -. coTrtn eTBir orld't thought. omly --MtoaWU'auUU r. Thm dletioBary to "itfttit -- JoJtreUe-- .- before 'eppwuMt kwl OOrr dtt" rTUiHarD yotfg li dk - Tr 400,000 othmnoT nan two 60VOU1 ttonary ua." . pace. 14 ietieo-fV-- i with a "Mroke'bt-Oea- th'MT c fftfint it r""? a aiatle rbhaeev -- VT?ae Ooiw.. tfohoola. as. Preat tie oae'eareM'. tMorty. w wetki. I WeaeiMwiitjt SJ9W BeMM he who kaewfl,mw phsvhi, yea about U w'ifJU c 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, SOCIAL STANFORD. 1 KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 10. 1311. J" aanatiwai ail and PERSONAL KUU ??n&n M' from woman's nilmcnU nro Invited to wrlto o tho names timl niltlrcwcii hero (riven, for posltlvo proof that Lydla. K. riiikliam'ti vuguiunio uuniioiiiiu noes euro lunmio him. Tlltn.ll- - 1tj.,an..t Orgnnln rnrl,lll.Mr.nirltlnilUft1,inr,Mnnnt8t. CWomrn, Klron, Mo -- Mri.MirAliJ.MtuMi.lt lloi IH Dlipliu-rnicnta. rniitiiiiio (tiilo ill fit lirr liotiiR on Danville avenue. ltcv. Jos. Hnlloti win in I'lilanki eoimty tliii week mi lnisiiioMi. AiiHN I'liniiin Hpiirk.-)- , of Ml. Vermin wiih the Kest of Mins Hertu Jean 1'eiiny. Mm. .1. 1'. Iluliliuii, of Crab Orcli-aranil Mrx, Miimoii Morris mid liaiidxoinn yotili" mom, of Mtckoxee, Okla were licro hIii)mmii hint week Mrx. ('. It. KiiiiiHim ntid ilntiKlilcr Mm SeiiioiuiN, of Merrer eotinly, have been visiting her niiter Jim, T. d, Mr. John I). Newlanil, mIio is iiitc ill, F.ll.Xo.3, MllukM,WI lll.-- Nailer., Maia. Mra. hatliau II. (IroMnn, North Mln hi. -- Mra. Rmmit 61 Trenton. Mil Avrlittn. Illvk Dnek, Minn.. Mra, Anna AnIrann, iwim iv. M'm1jtI1I.I' -- Mr. Manl 1'atrr.U.F I). I. Mra.W. T. f,nrtirlll3V7 l.lnln 0ln.Kn btr.alur, Noah, III Mr..l, rwond HI. Urmklrn, N Y -- Mra. -.Ky.-M- rm Uiurtin At. -- Mr.lUU. !IarT.71.1MlnrlAT. -- Mr. Willi flwn!. Cincinnati. Ohio -- Mra.W. II. Iluurh,? JU.U TllWAlt. i hmieaiif r.ifi. I Vim K Fpplnt, N II.-- AlTuHrliri, tmo,Kt) lilSI. llOHCIf. Carmlrn,I. Mri.KlUJoiintton.aaUtMrtr Oilfacn. III.-.Areiiua. CalMnnU, Wla.-M- M. Wm. Tolly, 3)63 Orf.lin I'nlrifnl IVrlmla. ra. Hlfi. II.C'ini.lH.l,jlNorll. f.jrn; Rri l'AllMnitt,iiti. llu'lonSt ClrtlMlll.-,Ohi,i.-Mr- l.ln ll.iiUml. Filwarila Mri.l.lTKlUrlir II1.t m. Adrian, N Hfi.nl, Urn 61. rn, M.m.-M- Im I'll. Hchattnor, II K. II, C II. Maaon, (irrilllr. 3. NKiini,Mlrli iiiln.-M- Ilalllmira,(liln.-M- ra r.. Mra MarfrilliMk.lliiilVT8. I'.. A.A.IlalH(rr,H.F lilt. Nn 3 Amelia Itiiao, liui tl. li.l. Alio, hlrlln, all Wit Htmn, ln.1 N.wOrlmna, Mlalmrk, I; Ml- - KnMk, II 1, lint CI. !'..-M- r. W l IU,,d,jllOl'll..W. .Mnlcrnlly Truiil.lr.. -Al.t.lr. llriHri. I M.. Mr.Mr. I i)I' King, Il.. . Wm rhari. K -CWtlalwIt. NJ -- Mr. Iala IU,S1M'n. Hot Mul.mSt llrl',,rt la - Mi rr I ll. Mr.UfliS lllnkl'.K.lLNn I Mra.(ilullliiiJnii,lMJ Trleliiir.si. ('hut. Ilauer, Mr.,k3 Irxl.-M- Atwater. (ililu.-M- l.a rralrlriliiChlon,Wla. IL.Nd.!. I' Wafiirr. Ol. Mlnnlit Miielliani.l. Mra. Julia Konlchnek, Ili ri. Il. llulTaln, K.V.-Mr.iAifit Hi. M'ihfhMitnr. Ii..l.-- Mr. HI ll--B. r.lU. S Irrreiilarllr ,! larrirkr),lMrli- - ilratrllln, Mnjr IW1, It It. Ki 7. It llrot-- r. lll.-- IlHdfin, (Hihi -- Mra. lien. Mriakkr, U. bl Mnl "lir. r Ik,li, - -- . a, txh.mwi.ly.N TaKnllM. Ill Illltiin,l,.-V- r. 1MI..I-Ihll, bomb rMi.fr.t, rnSl. Mo -- Mm rii.il A. A -- Mra.il. lVrter.TiVAIlMHy !. rill. Ill -- Mm. CHan. Mnnr. !Mlailli4iU, J'a. Mra. Ctiaa. Mnri-a- Ornrlnri Troulil.. It. It. i .1 -- Mra. J.xt (lUtilrum, WW. Varwlv.rr M OHiaibiMtl, iM.i -- Mra. IISJ,M6 Ma Mkkw.li Put! Minn -- Mra. Julm 0. MnMan, nUajwNnMtM . S.hIIi. IlnnM,liilo -- Mr. UiN.i'.rmoln'.K FI1.T. Mil -- Mr. T. KI.'lMint. M...-- Mr. .talU Krnhta, K.I'.I) I. !. !laaj..IN, X 1 ., , MrMhU 1'rorW. Ill -- Mr. CUra A, , I. Oauwlti, It. II. II.. i ru II. P. I). 7. Aiuila, Mr -- Mr. Wln.U bu Paul, Miun -- lira. II. II. NrlnHii, .Mr.. W I: l"lr. M. Jubnataii, tvn, HiHn,l, i Vtir..l, .I,n V-. ttO W I Umi., I'rlnnlo Writltnraa. IVfraUat.tr.lml -rti"l:.lUmlllmi. -- N. l.nrrirn,I'aji. I'llra.dliln.-M- Mra . ri VrltrMc si ritUl.urr, I'a -- Mra. 0. l!r,tV2t3 KliikaM l,J lit: Kvutit, Mi. hi., M' TUomia Aatiarry. lllun UUi.t. Ill -- Mra. Anna iwliaart!, XA (Inn HI. Hut Karl, I'a -- Mri. Auffuatna I.)on,U.IIH. HlkMlnn, Mn -- Mra. iMna II. N". 7 I'Jgln, lll.-t- ra. IIiMirj Iubrl-rl,;Aiiama ht. ii pa. Mra. Cim llrirMi. rrraann. I'.-l:iUl: Alki-I'alrrlMtmr, I'a.-.M- ra, IJelUA IJimUain.lIoi It Ni 8. F iX -- Mra.C'bitilrclim.t, It P. Mra..lullaA.Hiw, Mmr IU.rlw1n-.- lt. C nnall. hf"rtn UJ. 0trmllmt Atilrl, lulLma. Unllor,M -.- Mrt.ri.A.WIIIIauu.llIWuii. lli'ton Am. Ol.lo.-M- NfMiitia lrflrallnn. ICnniTllKl.iira -- Mra ClirKrniika,U.F.I.3. Irnnirn, Mn.1 -- Mr.. Man MrKnll.t. Un- Cam.l.n, S -- Mra. V. l.ValIillur, CMran,ll lU.ll.iun. fiw of thousands of livinir wittiesxcs of llieimwtjrof l.ydi.i IX l'inkliiim'rt Vetahlo ('oni)und to euro fcuuilo Not one of tlu'MJ woiin-- over rreeived coni'iih;ition in any dlttviises. form for tlio iuhj of thi'ir names in tliis udvertiscment but are of the fjixxl they may to them that wu hIhiiiSiI du other HUireriiiK women to prove tlmt I.ydia Ii l'inkhaniri Vt'getnhlo Oimimund - lvliahle and honest iiiedieine, and that tho tdmemcntH miuie in our iidvertisemuntH ivgurdiiiK iu nieiit uru tho Lrnth mid nothing but iliu trntL Mill-iii- tj a-fe-r Kh-.iu- ATi.ei, n.iiN.M Mmir si. Mra, Anrntt JI.KnrMt.Wla. -- Mr Wm.Alirrna.SrBW Mat HI. lUiltb WUuJ, JM ri. nwii. ii. 'Jliu.so women un only n i.,i YAi.rraa,mi. Ilr.. VrilU. Him. -- Mr. It. klnnlaon. rilcnililn, imii-- i lira, i' t .i. riillaill In.. I'a -- Mra. Frank Clark, UK Allrlianr Aid. MmMr. Atmiu. nlii Ill -- Mra. Mar N'ulrn. K 11 ' - - Demonstration Week of this I Robert L. Porter mid bride, of Creiil Springs Ilk, are the jjucst- - of his father It L. Porter, on the pike. Mr. Porter is a Stanford boy who bus iiuiile ynnil awav i: trom home. He and his wile ai cordially welcomed by their many I ilnys. ern Inetids and extended IieHrH good Mr. mid Mix. T. I). Nfulnntl, Jr, vish nru Neb'iilniiiK a beinltiflil litlie Mr. and .Mrs. John Charles iluuitliter, mIih .ii rived al tbrir boine borne uru here with the motherOv of l'.iir--t Main street '.n, Tue.ilHV. Mrs. on O. borne, Mrs. Clnrlotle WarShe lies n ni'ined Kiiona l.'ini-- c ren, hefmo ifoinp to Kliowille to Mna. Mantaret Turr, of Lebanon iniikf? their home. indmna and Mm, Hedell Clmneellor L. L. Sniiildfs. the Craii Orrhaid iem!int; n few iltis el lliii eily are merchant prince, was hue lnr u I). V.. Sainliilatf ainl fiiiiii-iMidi Mrs bort stnv hist week. Mr. Sninerin tlio West Hnd. just yetting on his led lor a Ininii) ''arpenter in up and jfoinv is liMi'l spell of jiialnrial and bis after a wevere tussle with iiwIhiihI many friends hope his feer. imtnocii'.ciit feei. lltirnnii!u lliitfiiifin, ubo will bt; rapid from now on. iiiile ill there is imieh improved Mr. Walton, of ('meiimnti W. W. Knbel a iiisiiniiiee man has keen the relatives and of I.elNUion, was here hist week. I If lends litre. mid his family bine poiit much Cnbbell Woods, who has licon s,.rv-uiI line tins summer at Crab Orelmrd siv or seen jears in the Arinx Springs. is Inline haviutr been hoiiorably ills- h:i Smith Yowell. of harued tit the end of his term of lU'eepted a position villi Center A, He was at Alltel ImIiiikI, Co, at Daiiville and will move theie Sun Francisco Hay, when dischargto live. ed, lie has not decided whether he Rolinrt I.. Warner, of Km ! will or not. is peuiliiii; sevenil dnjs with Mr. Geor'o I. Penny, chmrinan his sister, Mr. W II. O'lkini.on. Mr. of the Lincoln County Demoeratie Warner formerly lived in Slnnfoid. Committee delightfully entertained has made piod in the iloMeii Comiressmari I'mlerw al West. He is aeeompauied by his dinner Saturday uvcmmr before lie wife. spoke at the court house tlmt niht. Mr. and Mrs. M. I'. Klkin, of Lex- Mr. L'nderwood came up on the late ington and daughter Mrs. Kdwin rftcrnooil train ftoiii Corbin accoin-p.mie- d Morii. of Kew York, Mr. and Mrs. by Cotiiressiuiiii Harvey Helm John T.ee Klkiu of Niebolasville, Mrs. .tnd they were driven directly to Ir. Alice Hiiffinau and diitiKhter .Mr. Penny's residence on Danville Illaekhiirn Huffman and family of iivenue. Covers were laid the Sunday for the following, who were invited for Mr. Stanford were hero by I.nn-- i tuneral of Mr. T. S. Elkin. Penny to meet Congressman l'nderaster Tteeord. wood: Congressman Ilurvey Helm, Hon, C. A. Hardin, Jude James P. Ilailey, Prof J. W. Ireland. Rowan l.au-raster be-mI y - Cleoip' U. Willis, or Sbflbyville, Seerclary lo ('oiiKn'rWiiiait Helm, eaine omt to bear Coiirosciinuii fipeak iriitiirtlny nibt. Mrn. J. K. I.yim, i llie Kiient of Iier ibiucliter, Airs. J. K. Claiiiu'li at bimiersut. Mrs. R. (J. Hail, .if Kansas (it., btiH been the kucpI of licr iarent, Mr. mid Mix. (I. I). Wearen lor Sev- .). S. locket wiih In London hist wtek selllliff some lltiibei kind. I'.. P. Owsley, nt ( ohuiihiiM, (In., pent several iIiijh here Inveil, with bin father. Dr. .1. Ik Owsle. Dr. C. . Cox and Charles l n. ,ie- eoinpuied the remains of their wife and mother, lesireethelv, heie finm iloneshoro, Trim. Mr; .1. M. Carter, Jr., mid family left on October 1st for Sun Aiitniiio, Texas, to make their home. They will stop at Armstrong .Mo., Tor n two week's visit. Mrs. Jennie Ditneaiii, of Lancaster, was the pieM several ilajs last week of her sister, Mrs. Charlotte Wnrren, Miss Charlotte Warren has ifoiii) when, she will 10 (lallitiu, Tentt., teach art this term in Howard Col-I HIS TROUBLE NOT OF HEART Real In Regard To F. R. Huffman's Illness. Relief Ob- talned By Curing His Stomach Ailments. Facts Mr.P.R.Hullman, WayncsvillcN.C. lege. ol this city, says : "I suffered dreadfully with what I thought was heart trouble, and tried various medicines In vain. Alter other remedies had failed, Tlied-forrestored me to I would not feci safe without health. Black Draught In the house. I consider it worth its weight in gold. It cured my indigestion, and by this means I was restored to health. I can not express my gratitude for its benefits." Good health depends on the condition of your digestion. Poor digestion and good health do not go together. d's Hlack-Draught -- EAT BREAD And If yoii want qood bread order Bautihman's No. I Fancy Patent Flour from vour qroccr. He will t.haiqe you only 70 CENTS FOR A 25 POUND SACK and your family can live a whole week or lonner on It. Sen how little it cost to live if you will EAT BREAD made of Bauqh-man- 's flour. YOU CANT BEAT IT. Every sack quaranteed to be STRICTLY FIRST CLASS. On sale in every qrocery store in Stanford, and the maiority of the stores in the county. thoroughly cleanse and set in order your digestive system. It has done this for others, during the past 70 years, and is today Hie most popular vegetable liver remedy on the market. Try it. Insist on Thedford's. Price 2jc. Thedford's Black-Draug- ht will I J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. Stanford. Ry. lie uefof of the stockholders of y Valley Laud mid the Itoiein Land and Min-iiiCo.. held here last week, the old hoaiils of directors were ainl reports bowrd the affairs of the companies- in splendid condition. At ineetilH's I lie Citiiilrcrhind Cnin-Min- '.' endue imi-eise- ox ei ha nl your and avoid cold weather I). Hnlloti. troubles this winter. Leave word at the I. J. office. Let me tn.-'di- ne . 0car For' Sale. l'ivc White and Hrown and some mixed Hrims'fitr. R. F. D. SO-'J- or six dozen Leghorn Millets breeds. F. C. Xo. 1 Stnnfoid. Pay your city tax now. Six per cent will be ndded Nov. 1st. II. D. Cutter. SO-t- f. Pull line of heating stoves1, eoal s. II. nses, eonl hods etc., nt 7S-tCnll and see them. Hi?-ninp. Saufley and Shelton Saufley. SHORT LOCALS. Fresh Oysters just received. Fields Iiros., ut Jesse Lynn's old stand. Lod:;u Delegates from Stanford No. .")0 !. 0. 0. F., left Tuesday iuiiriiiii lor Louisville to nttend the meet ill!; of the sminl lodjie, which will be in three dnvs this Delegates from local loilse week. who will be present are W. L. J. I). Weaien. E. C. Oarmaii, and J. W.. Ireland. Prof. Ireland is heinj lifted h bis friends for the si.s-.ion y, JACK FROST Reminds us that we will have to have some more new clothes, and we want to remind you that our Fall Line is the best that you ever saw.. We are xsellinq them at prices so low that you will wonder how it can be done ..All wool suits from $15 to $30... Can fit you at anv price as we are scllinq about 200 suits at half price in ordrr to make room for our uiu fall line. The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx all wool Clothes ilniKrrrSJ I GREAT RANGE For Sale street. II. I'led C. My hoiec. on Last Main GStf Hauebman. Oct. - 16-2- 1. - ....Ma..aaa Don't Miss it. See the South Bend Malleable in Operation before you buy Free, only demonstration week a set of the highest grade cooking ware obtainable. Come and try our hot biscuits and coffee all week Cooking troubles and vexations eliminated the minute you install a MALLEABLE ' This is the latest creation in range construction and we will appreciate your looking if you do not buy. S. ('. Itekey, of (iallatiu, Tuui., there last Tuesday .nid wis l.i'ned Wednesday. Mr. Lackey was TL years of ae. and was born on l'i. River in this eoeiity. lie va position of Grand Warden of the il son of the late William and Martini S'ate Lackey, and a member "1 a pioneer aimity fai. lily. Phone No. 168 for fire Insurance on vour tobacco In barn. R. M. New-lan- d Aaent. Feather bed for bale.. Apply nt this office. I inn pa im; highest priees for 's Cnnel Coal, Cnnel Coal, nt fresh eej;s, chickens and all kiim 1 ynrds, reasonable price. of country produce. Fields Bros., Stanford at Jesse Lvnn's old stand. At a call nice tint; of the ministers nsfociution of Stanford today it was NICE HOME FOR SALE decided that there would be held a A cottage with six looms, out union prayer ineetiui: ut the Methobiiildiiius and two acres of hind. dist chinch Thursday nij;lit at 7 Apply to Mary T. Jones, Lebanon, o'clock. The special subject will be .Marion County Ky. for victory in the fight iiiriiiii- -t the saloon. We're .betting the best meal in new In five minutes, sometimes less the town for 25 cents; everything C. L. and clean. Como to see us. wonderful prescription called Stomach Tablets ends pis eruc- Cover, at Horton's old stand. tation, heaviness, sourness, heartonly the W. S. Fish represents burn and other misery. G. L. Pens. ny guarantees them for indigvstioti. best and strongest insurance Let him keep you protected. Wntch for the bir; Cookini Exhibit Books for your state and county nt Geoixo II. Ferris' Monday Octo4.nxes are now ready. Plenso call ber ICtli, to the 'Jlst. and settle. W. L. McCarty, sheriff. For Snle. My house nnd lot on Whitley avenue near Miller street Lame bnek is ono of the most com House contains five rooms and sum inon forms of muscular rheumatism running' water, nnd A few applications of Cbamberlnin's mer kitchen; there is n good cistern on the plaeo Liniment will give relief. For sale lot is 44.r feet long by 70 feet nnd by nil dealers. has a stable and all necessary A bargain E. Wilkin75-son. Stnnford. c Den-ham70-2Mi-o-com-onnle- Cun)n)ii)5 & Wearer?, Stanford, Ky. NEW GOODS. A Partial List of Fall Goods just Received. BAGS. An expert demonstrator from the factory will be with us and show you the many advantages found only on the MALLEABLE. Everyone cordially invited to be with us and your presence will be appreciated, we assure you. $100 Reward, $100. will b plrucd to lora Tlw rfdtn ol ttiU oue dmulf4 dlsraae that anrare that there la at liAa brn able to rura In all Ita anil tbat la tktarrh. llaU'a ralarrb Cure la ilia only puaima Catarrh rure uo kuort to tho inmllral rraunilif. twins A corutltutkinal dbmiae. rcqulrt-- a ronautu-tlorif- tl trratrufut. lull's Catarrh cure la takra In ornally. Mtlrut dlrrctlr Uun lh tluml and murour aurtarra ol the aiatfln. thrrfby dratroylOK lh timoilatlnn ot th and Klvlnit the iallrflt atrrnth by Inbuilding up itt conaututloQ and aMiat-Idoing- - lu ork, Ihe proiirk-torhave nature an much In lu curathe poar that thrr oflrr One lluniind Dollara lor any roae that It laUa to rure. send lor lui nl tratlmonlala Aildrcas 1'. J. I'llllMJV A CO.. lolrdo, Sold by all DruBBI'la. 75c. "ako ItiU a tain' v I'Uia lor cosatlpatlr ltt plr aun. SCARFS. SILKS. SERGES, MADRAS. OUTINGS, , ' PICTURES. GINGHAMS. a At-P- , i j BARRETTES. BEAUTY BETSY'S POINTERS: Geo. H. Farris, stanford Ky- - I "Molly thinks it is possible to After n lingering illness of infant-til- e old train u husband to perform miiiiv troubles, the little daughter of J. L. Hcazlcy passed isef'il feats, but one of the most to te.ub him to buy over Iliu river Saturday last, to meet difficult for the household. I just its mother who was waiting on the brighter and lutppict shore. After vrite it inite, send my husband to short services at the homo on Sun- - t 'of lev & Coleman's and back comes i'a xatti'fMiioii, the riiiiains were bud est vb.it 1 ordered and nist how to rest hi lluffnlo cemetery Sun-ik- n I want it." i tieiioi n. tie' remains win lanl COFFEY & COLEMAN, inn deepest bviupatbv of n host of t irnndi in this. Prompt Delivery. . JiU Phono 196. second 1 PINS, BELT BUCKLS.. SHOES Etc.. Etc. iieon-omicnl- ly Come In And Look Them Over, aB1(atMM(atHaalaiiaaiaiHiMaHawaai..HHiakiHaJljaMaaaiiiMiBilM Hughes, Martin & Co Stanford, Ky, - licXMii THE INTFmn THE FARMERS Rrcleanrd Sretl Rye 90 cents per at J. H. lauqhman & Co.'s. For Snip. Itlnpk Itrrksliirc boar nnd Huff Orpington chickens. C. C Wither- -, Route -', Stanford, Ky. For rent for 101'J, my farm nn Hanging Fork, containing l'Jfl acres. Mrs. Jessie Stag?, Stanford, Ky.. For Sale. Few choice Duroe Jersey gilts for breeders; subject to register; weight nbout 100 pounds l'riec .$10 eoh if sold nt onep. H. 782. IT. Rronnugh, Onli Orclinnl. Car of Missouri Fultz Seed Wheat at Bauobman & Co. For Snip. OM llnice livcrv barn Will sell publicly on Depot .street. County court day Oct. 9. Terms easy bushel '- JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 10. 1911. J. D. F.nds sold to a nice mule colt for Dave Anderon $70. Dr. Hugh Reid sold 23 l.OOOpoiind cuttle this In- -t week nt 4 1 cents. It. . Tucker, of Tyrone. Okln.. and family, who have been visiting iclative- - in the Wc- -t Knd, will leave home this week. for their Myers & Tucker bought n lot of cents heifers here court dny at 3 Shelby ninl Hnmii'ond, of Russell County, brought in n hip bunch of feeding cattle to court day sales and Disposed of them at 4.03. K. L. King sold lut week tp flr-ne- r d Price eight yearling steer- - at 4 cent- -. Win. King sobl 12 head of steers to Georgs Hoone nt 4 II-we-te- rn 700-poun70t-pou- BIG STOCK SALE Thursday, Oct. 1 9, 1 9 1 1 4SO head of Horses, Mules, Jennets, Cattle, Hogs and Sheep HORSES Weanling Colt out of Western mare. Weanling Horse Colt out of a Pence mare by Dr. Munson 1 Weanling Horse Colt out of Percheron mare by George Hurr. 1 Weanling Filly Colt out ot Golddust mare by Ashland Brook. 1 Yearling Filly unknown breeding. 5 Yearling branded fillies, all of them good stock. 3 Yearling branded horse colts, all good stock. 1 2 year old draft filly out of Percheron mare by German coach horse 2 Yearling Draft Fillies out of Percheron mare by German coach horse 1 good 3 year old mare in foal to George Hurr 1 3 year old registered saddle mare, in foal to Bohemian King 1 4 year old registered saddle mare, in foal to Carroll Preston 1 7 year old mare by Pence, in foal to The Warfield . 1 o year oia .rercneron mare in iua,i ou jaujs year olcTmare by Dignity Dare in foal to Jack. 1 5 year old mare, coach stock, in foal to jack 1 6 year old mare, Percheron stock, in foal to jack 1 7 year old mare, coach stock, in foal to jack 1 1 offer for sale at auction at my farm between the Crab Orchard and Somerset turnpikes, one mile from Rowland and two miles from Stanford on I will N heifer Win. Nave, of veigh about 000, short, crooked fcvcrnl nice weanling mare mules horn- about six weeks lor I'lullip, of l.eb.inoti. nt price ago. Reward. C. K. McClure. More-Inn.- l. from $100 to fill). Powell & Depp, Ky. of Ilustomille, old one fine weanling Xave, of .Mcr FOR SALE! inare mule to Knbeit cer county for $.Vi. J. M. Mctlrau. of llovK old a Fiftj to one hundrid mid fifty mule colt to William I!oiiti, of choice ewe- - bred to Shropshire and Inst Saturday n Si Hi. The Southdown bucks. Some thorough colt was one of the finest that has bied Duroe boar.-It. II. CROW. cver been seen in this section. Shelby City., Ky. I'hone 8 two ring- A la rye crowd n Headed the big Duroe Jersey -- ale of I). . Colo nt EIGHTY EIGHT ACRES OF his farm, -- ix mile- - from Lawreuee-burLAND AT PUBLIC SALE. Ninety-fou- r line l)uroc--Jor-s1 will sell of .fl7..ri() brought .in on under the hammer, which was a Saturday October 21 1911 Mitisl'ctory price to Mr. Cole. Mule miles north This land lies 2 brought from 20 to 7U; horses; f Crab Orchard on the Crab Orch- $70 to $14; sheep .. 10 ler head; rrd and Stanford turnpike being pait cow fM to ."i!): heifer- - i'2 to ..hi. of the Holmes farm. The 240 acie farm was taken down This land contains 2,000 cedar at $:io. posts with no house. Tin- - sale will Rod Warfield. the mule kirn; of take place promptly at one o'clock, Hardin county, went to St. I.oui- - Mo on the premises. last week for the purpo-- e of buying Terms easy and made known of mules.' Mr. Wai-fiel- d on day tit" sale. three already has about 130 head of MRS. X. A. OARXKR mules w hich he is now feeding in J. I. Chandler, Auct. Hardin and Larue counties. He intends to feed nbout 22.i head this STOCK LAW ELECTION. year, regardless of the .scarcity of corn and the high price of proven- Suecial term Lincoln County Court, der. The mule feeders in the counheld September 3th, 1911, Hon. ty who -- ome time ago were unable to James 1. Hailcy, Judge, presiding. purchase mules on llic home market, In the mntter of the petition of have been increasing their feeding the citizen- - of Crab Orchaid Magisherds considerably lately from oth- terial District asking for an elec er counties and will feed a great- tion to be held on the question of er number than they fiist anticipatstock running nt large ed. Ilodgeuville Herald. A petition signed by W. Landgraf. .In- -. On .iccouiit of the rainy da. John Jtifcr, August Abt. Edwin W. A. Kind's sale near Highland was White, Simon I'etrej, ((. 1). Boone, October postponed until fhur-da- y . T. Manuel, F. L. Chandler. J. G. 32, 1911 at 10 O'clock. J. I. Chand- Livingston. J. II. Livingston. Wm. ler Chandler, J. M. I'ettej. D. Severs, We ha! n bujrr fur a farm ot Julius Dergner, A. Kiclbn-- a, Xic about 100 neres well improved and Uliitz, David Droughton, Charley on pike. If you have anything near i'lummer, Joseph Montng, Henry this, list it with us. Hughes & Ridder, constituting 20 votes of the 62tf Stanford. Crab Orchard district, was this da J. If. Kigsby sobl some com to tiled in open court, asking a niibmis Oscar Singleton nt it til the crib sion of the question whether cuttle Tliom)-o- ii and Itallard bought .10 or any species thereof shall be per700 pound yea i lings at Richmond mitted to run at large on the public court sold. some 700 pound stuff at highways and unenclosed lands, in fl.tiO; thev nl-- o sold some cows, at the Crab Orchard Magisterial Dis4 2 cents. trict, and it appearing to the satis J. T. Rigsbv bought a liuuili of faction of the court that the per (100 pound steers of Rev. Wni. Me sons.' names who are signed to said Hiltcliiiis at 4 cents; also bought petition are legal veers in said dis45 head of mixed catle in Casey at trict, and that same is signed bv cents. from .1 Jo 4 20 voters thereof, and that the law J. II. and It. K. Thompson shipped iclative to the calliii'- - of said elec a car of mixed cattle to Louisville tion has been complied with by said for which thev received from 2 petitioners, it i theiefoie ordered to C 2 cents. that an election be held in said disMenefer Elinoiv bought a half in- trict at each voting place therein, terest in 'A acres of corn from Mis. numely. Crab Orchard I'recinct No. M. C. Hall for .20 sold a weanling 1 and Crab Orchard I'recinct Xo. 2, culf to R. K. Thompson for fl5. at the regular Xovcmber election. W. i. Hurt on lepoits the following 1011 (to be held on the 7th day of purchases of horses and mules this Xovember. 11)11) upon thu following week one combined four year old question towit: "Are you in favor ol gelding of Mr. Hronddus of Richmaking it unlawful for cattle, includmond for $200., one 3 year old Haring asses, mules, sheep1; gouts and ness horse of W. W. Rales of Rich- swine to run at large on the public mond for $22.')., two harne-- s geld- highways and unenclosed lauds of ings of J. II- - Imuglnmfn tor ..105, u the Crab Orchard Magisterial six year old harness horse of Johna 4 year old ston Trice for Tim officers of elections in neb gelding of John Foster of Lincoln precinct of said district are direct for il0.r; 3 harness horses of Duck- ed to open a poll at the next Xoworth & Benton, of Xieholasvillo for vember election for the nurnose of 380, ind a pair of 5 yenr old mules ascertaining the will of the voters jf Wm. Humphrey of Mt. Hebron of said district upoi said question, for 410. Lancaster Record und the clerk of thicourt is directed T. W. Jones & Company sold five to have printed on the ballots fur steers to J, H. Rniighnrni at .J each voting place in which the vote and a 1 bonus on the head. Thev is to be tnken the question above 'A 2 also sold him thr.'e nice hulls ut set out. and there shall also be pubcents. lished 20 dav.s beforo the election In Jones & Company shipped a cur at least four issues of the Stanford load of bogs to Cincinnati last week Interior Journal, a notice of suid which they bought iu this county at election. Which shall give the date r in KM. cents. Thev also shinned in of said election, the question to be two lon'd of butcher cuttle bought ) submitted to the voters of said disat from A to Ay cents. trict and such facts as may be neIi. D. Iloltzclaw bought eight butch cessary to jjive validity to snld net. er cattle from Hoone Broyles. of A copy. Attest: G. B. COOPER, Clerk Rockcastle county, last week nt from 79-- 4 Lincoln County Court. 2 to 3 4 cents a nound shipped 09 hogs H. D. Iloltzclaw PUBLIC SALE! to the- Cincinnati market Inst week, and received from $G to 0.83 a hunI will sell at public outcry to the dred for them. He (hipped them to highest a ml het bidder on Ragsdiilc. Hubbard, limits (Saturday. Oct. 28, 1911 John B. Foster bought 80 At my residence in Crab Orchard of. feeders from John Lute Ky., beginning- - at 10 o'clock sharp, Highland Inst week for which he the following described property., paid 4 2 cents. He nlso Rot 22 I now Oiiff house ninl r calves from fclr. Lutes which ne leside. House two stories high, t ?t4.r0 around. bought I' as G rooms, Rood barn, outbuild- .lei-- bama. ,. cents. C. Kuhiinko. L .1'. Xmiiielley sold to I?. T. Bruce Rock Salt is best (or vour horse suckling mule Try a lump. For sale at hist week two nice or cow. colts tor iou. 77-- tf Mill Baughman's Hoffman's Wait and watch foi The prirc mule weanling at the big -- ale at Moreland Oct., 2(ith. Rend Mo., fair was sold his big advertisement in next issue leeent Mexico, for $180 a record price. The winFor Rent. 100 acres land with ner in same class nt Shelbinn four room cottage Inrgo tobneco brought 170. These were exception burn. 23 acres for small grain. 10 nl pricci for H. II. Middleton, of acres in meadow, 03 acres for corn Mexico, picked up a carload at $10 and tobacco X. . I'ipes, to $80. They were shipped to Alat. Ky. J 74-"- U S0-:i- brought e tt g. eys iiu-rug- -2 1 . -14 car-loa- JACK STOCK 1 1 1 3 year old jennet bred to W- T. Robinson's big $3,000 Mammoth jack bred to Baughman's Napoleon 4 year old jennet heavy in foal. 9 yearold jennet - Mc-Cart- y, MULES 18 mule colts some of which are already weaned. 16 yeailing mules to be sold r old horse in pairs, well mated. 2 well matched and well broke sorrel hand 3 year old sorrel mare mules, fit to ship. mules. 2 well matched 15 hand brown mare mules, 6 years old, fat'and ready to snip 2 well mated 15 10 good work mules from 3 to 9 years old, all fat. two-yea1-- 4 3-- 4 CATTLE sale 1 beautiful good calves 2 of which are "Peacharenoes" 10 plain yearlings. 10 good yearlings, 80 feeders from extra yearlings weigh from 500 to 750. 100 Good and extra 11 o'clock. 9O0 to 1,000. These cattle will be sold at n 2 yearling Jersey heifers, fine stock blue-roa- old Jersey cow, fresh by or before weanling Short horn heifer calf. 6 weanling bull 1 3-ye- ar 1- -4 -2 1 w and under cash in hand. Over that months, bearing 6 per cent, interest. Sale will be held rain of shine. Dinner served on the grounds. Terms-$- 50 boar ready for service Listed Hampshire boar; ready service. 1 Listed redmouths. SHEEP 150 good Kentucky bred sheep. All young amount, cash or a good note, due in eight Col. J. P. Chandler, Auct. Stanford, Ky. hogs, farming implements consisting of wagon, steel roller, plows, wheat-dril- l, mower, binder, buy rake two cultivators, steel harrow, buga lot of sheaf gy, spring wagon, o'hIs, about 10 acres of corn, baled straw, etc. Five shares of stock of Lincoln County National Mank, 0 shares of and Burtisidu stock in Moutieello turnpike. Terms Sums of 10 und under, rash iu hand; over that amount .1 mouths' credit on notes with good security, bearing (J pur cent inter-(s- t from date. J, B. Paxton, Admr. fiO.' BIG BURLEY POOL Will Have Backing 1 3-- - 800-pou- 1-- ilot-whe- Gi O Ci & & 5? & & ft & & injp, veil ol wnier, none oeuer. i(i POSTED house, nnd lot will be hold for" one & half cash, balance in 12 mouth'., (I. V. Hasty. with note bearing C ier cent interretuined. Also vnonnt lot J. II. Manniiif: est; lien opposite Hapti.t church. Fine ,lo- - ('. M. Allen, uooti wen on cation for building. SALE OF PERSONALTY At the Home time I will nUo sell of Jame the following personal property: One As administrator mare nafe in foal to Dock Oray. ! will on This mare U.the dam of the Mr. Tuesday, October 17, 1911, Mark Hardin pony. 1 yearling Dock ffrav noiiv. J)oek Grny i owned by hN late J., L fViur, near Stanford. 5 high boriiinimr at 9 A. 31, at lesidencc on the .Stanford and Hush ly bred Jersey heiferx, hoon to be C miles from hei.li, 1 Jersey cow with calf by her Itranch pike, ubout from Hubble side. 1 good cook idove, bedsteads, Stanford nnd one mile his personal publicly 'A carpet, several chair. 1 suit of offer for sale ol" Walnut furniture. I book case nun property consisting principally two ycarliujj mules, six desk combined, YYnlnut. 1 extension mulo; one dininc tuble. 1 large mirror, 1 chick- mules ono gelding; one en feed mill ondmjuiy articles too ueldiiij; by, I'reston; two yenrling to mention. 'numerous' Allies, one yearling horse; two aged J. D. ArJctha. mares; one Jersey heifer, u lot of Crab, Orcnard, Ky. at Lexington, of Millionaire Haqqln. Lexington, Ky.. Oct., I). Huggiu, by persoially affixing his signature to a contract, assured hurley the success of the tobacco pool by giving it his sanction, pledging the acreage of his fann the largest bur ley tobacco crop in Kentucky, and agreeing to become one of the principal stockholders iu u mammoth cooperative tobacco factory to bo eso tablished in this city for the of pooled tobacco. 3Ir. Haggiu will become one of the. controlling directors of the Hurley tobacco society, whieii is to control thy manufacturing operation, am) which will he capitalized nt approximately $5,000,000. For the last two weeks Ilaggin iMid hi attorneys have been studying the terms nnd conditions of the pooling und manufacturing plun, submitted to him by the Burley Society officials, with the result that he has decided to back the at his country estate, KU concluded the negotiamendorf. tions by signing the contract with ten-yenr iiianu-fai'tiirenter-prize.n- The Hurley Society oflleialx and tobacco growers generally are great ly elated over Mr. Haggin's notion iu joining the pool and embarking in the proposed inaniifacturing enter-priband thev feel assured now that the pool and factory are a go. Lexington citirens ur? especially (.ratified for thev say ibid means that this city will become the greatest Hurley market in the world, and one of the most imported tobacco manufacturing centers in the United States. The faetorv pannto 'jjioro ed will give employment than a thousand men when in operation. Printed contracts for tlje ten year hurley pool nre now being'sent io tobacco growers throughout the hurley bell, nnd it is expected, that the most of, the large growers will follow the example of Mr, Ilaggin and join the pool am tnk'e stock' in operation" pro- the-- manufacturing posed as n part of the pooling plan. e, his own baud. ' '5" """ "MWJOMiaMjtllMXiyx ii,miiw .'. nimiita '" T'fll lilOn mi