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STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, 't I SDAY, ()( TOIH.H 17, 1011, EVERY TUESDAY POWERS FOR APPELLATE JUDGE STANFORD In AND FRIDAY 13 TO 0 LANCASTER. R. II. I tut sou in IinriuK the gend' Jtidqc Bailey Holds Petitions Filed fiirinshinK department of his -- tore leinodf led. e ii nddlur iniirli to By Wets Invalid For Lack of the looks uud conveiiieiico of the Sufficient Names. sloio by piiitinic in rlothiinr cabuietx. Dr. .1. J Slnrin, foriinrly of thu Lincoln rumitv will not have a lo-- county but now u rising .Munitt , liy iiiliini election mi December Hilt irlnn in D.iuvillo wan nnltnl in 1( SCe wlll'tlll'l' Millions shall bc "l- to Minn .Mnrj Irvine, un 4'ind again ur not. )ouiik Indy of Itovlu's capTin? wet' pt'litmit ukilif for nil cleu ital. lion, rtn thrown uitl of cimiiI by .M. Mrs. (Jeorj-- e I'nllemoli letl C utility Judgu lluiluy Saturday at Sitmhiy for n stuy of some moiithi jioon upon the showing imulu upon at Ihe Cmli Orchard Sanitarium tlio petition from Wuyneshiirg pic vheie it Is hoped she will be jjrent-l- y ciiict No. 1 when' tin? dry had sue Iwnpflttil needed in knocking enough inning off iliss Knlie Lee Denny will .'ive i tin' Wets' original petition to liimlli-dul- c "Receipe I'ailv" Tuenlay atteinooti tliu petition from this district, fin drys brought llie petitions in in honor of the popular vaiui! bracWuyneshiirg No. 1 irom 1111 down elet I, .liii Edna liar hour .Mmon. Each is expected to her to 7,'i names according to their which brought the petition bel- (uoiile iceeipe which will be noted ow- tliu --' per cent leipnred by law by .Miss .Mason nnd pretterred for to be obtained from each precinct in lurlhcr un'. Mrs. Wm. R. CooR enlertiu'ned I lie eount) before nn election could be held flic Dry bad made a hard .Monday nftenioou in honor of Miss l l.'diia .Mason. light to knock out tin? Wets on Mr. Clifton Sanders ntte 7(1 enr piccinct, but Judge llniley ruled that the Wets bad enoiu'li names in died at his home in Mndisoii alter u Rowland alter nil the petitions nnd Xcncrnl detliue of a compliealioit of The decerned was tlie milliter petitions bad been consider-ul- , diseases. and then Ihe Dtys brought np Hnlher of A. 1'. Sunders of this,plaee The (larrnrd County Karmen' In- llieir enso from Wii)iieburg. .Men irom the Vot End who were here stifule will moW at the court home .Saturday said that had tliu Drys lo.it lodav TiiihiIuv in MSM.mil. Subparts li Wn.viieslmig, they would hae won will he dimmed Unit will I f t, uiiiili interest to fnnners nnd sloek out liii.ill) in ILiHtonvillo No. 1 have taken iaiers. as ihcv claimed to n uough names from the Wets' Mrs. t hailes Cornier Itrown mi in tluit precinct to invalidate i linen diowei 'lhurdn nftenioou i!i 'i.. ,1... I... I.. ..I..... it- jvillll .. ... mi- iii Ihe call. Mllsoll. The fight ovr the petitions for an The members of the Embroider) fought in Club nnd n few intimate friends electiou wus very Imrd of rouiit) court between the wets and Miss Mnson were the suests on the Dry iorces. rroniineiit men m both imitation t. y Eliler I. M. Tinder left Monday finises vreio present in court on day of the county court ufter for l.eiiiuitoii where he will nssist begun on Elder I. .I. Spemer the hearing of the uuso in u rexivnl. l'nday morning, Ihe hearing being Mrs. Hurry I). Jones of Moutieello tilt adoiirned session of County foimerly Miss Willie Itelle Iturns'ile Court. Attorney (leorse 1). Floicnee. of this plnee had the sad misfortune icpresentid the Vet-- , and put up to her home burned. The los hlronv: battle for bis clients, contest with nn inwmiiiv of 1,."i(I0 is v. The Ladies' Aid Souet) of tliu intr every inch ' '. "' in defending He was Christian church will meet Saturday by n number of the prominent afternoon with Mrs. Martha Kvnns (1. Wenther-ford- . Wet leaders including J. I.usk nt the home of Miss Snllie Speed Tillftt. .O Abe Newton and r. if lliistmvillf. Dun nnd Claude Miss Rogers, of Foreisil Mission- of King's Mountain. J. W. Aeey ii ry lectured nl the Presbyterian '" J. C. eliureli Sunday inj:ht Cleon.e Logan. Lvnn. Mt Marti.i. Prvor liimden, N. M. Ilrrwie. of Cnrtersville. and ami othir- - ft 'tiirif id. Anions the Miss Ronnie were united i,i who iiu.uriallv assisted linrriaee nl lln Inmi.. .l 11.1... 1.' l)r b m their side of M. Tindel. lie pronouncim; the rere- the two ntternevs . l'owle. W.Mitt the ficht weie N. iiioiiv. V A. I.enr I.iinens(ir's wide awake Smith uud Iran; t amdeu, ol Uow-biuJ. II. Bnughninii. D. M..Wnl-J.V- r. trader shipped n ar load of hoes .1. J. Diekev, (!. I). Wcar.n, and ami n ear of cattle to Cincinnati others, of Stanford. .1. M. Reynolds riiursibi), the following beitit; some Ulltilev CSnoch, Jus. Wheeler, Thus. of his purchases r From Dr. W M. Hen Forn'l, Elliott HO I hill p of Stantodr. hoj;s nt fi.S.'i. Rev W. S. Willis. George R Priiitl net hundred;: from Non .'10 George Uiffe nnd (1. W. MeKinnev, porketN for fi cents per others of the West I'.nd. pound: ftoin Jacob Robinson 27 1.10 It required almost a lull day lo pound ho-.'"i 1 iiini-rinjfig-urc- THROWN OUT OF COURT. Knw-l.im- pre-ine- pe-to- ov-r- hi-i- Ho-le- id'f d. Wu)ites-hurnearly us nru b moie At Roulaud Jimgc Bailey forced those who hud naiml hi mnny petitions to eome into eouil nnd mi which vu the) wihrd to bo counted. Sevelnl tleeleil to on the Wet ietition while sevSome eral ciiiiio over lo the jiitber sensational teatiuvi were developed in the heHiiii'T "I the The titl wai wbeti T. N. Tel iv swore ou the wituo-l-liinnuiue liqd lifcn forjt- tluit il to the WcIh' thild pelilio:i in that prei itii-t- . Mini that lie hml not author-km- I g. diipoie ot the Rowland ci? for and !rs. r- .. ls cl lht liiouvht out h the Niid -' eei one of Ihf zciitniiK dr Tor Mtix to eouiileiuet tin? wet- -' .ludire itailev. who sifted IH'tilioii. m lo m ireiunxtum c in delnil iinooitwl j.Me eaeb snle u tnir nnd bearnm and decision, look oft the name of Mr. Terry tioin lite petition , and alto Allien be had been lo count Ihe nnmes of tlie so four men who are said to base been paid to uo oil the DivV petition. The llutoniile petition of the which win said to have taken olf more names than eilher of the other two precincts which were, tak en up, wai not preicuieu ny tue Drys. tit-tiio"l'm-ftd- th.- - Kttwti.il ire. And (hen il I)r. HUBBLE. Mm. .ister Mrs. A. P. Sloan Sunday. Frank Sloan came home from Ciu- iininti to see the Jiomciolks Siuida-,- . Jviis. Eliu Ilnriis came home from ITir.ir Springs Sunday. Mrs. Scott Smith of Pulaski coiiu-- y is visitine Mrs. J. M. and A. L. Rankiu. Rankin was visiting Miss Alice Mrs. Waller Petlus Satuiday nnd Sunday. W. L. Sloan bought a iiuiln colt Jrom Cbarluy Pollard foj- r.")l. Furris Fritzpntrick lmueht li nuileh from J. AL Riinkin u( 70. Dr. E. H. Pcarce was visitinj; in this neigbboihoood last week. v Lame back is one of the most com inou forms of muscular rheumatism A few upplieutioiu of Chamberlain's Liniment will ;iwi relief. For buio J. C Rankin was visiting her I liy all draWra. SOMERSET Event of 0'Rcar's Election Is Tom Kiint the noiiinuuii.o Rumor at Barbourvillc. here hits had the postotfioe riffti Local Hlqli School Boys Win Their Aso'-intJustice Joliu M Hnr-li- printeil on the postuffie so tlmt First Foot Ball Game of the 'Ihe Iliirboiirville Xews published of the I'nitcd Slnles Supreme when slnimrcrs comti to tliu town in Caleb Powers' home town, said Season. Court, died nt Wnsuntoii Snturdny they ill know whore to ro. Ihst week; moininir. Justice llnrh'ii wns 7S .Air. Wulter .Arimu attended Will It he Judnt; Power? yean ol aire. Often proclaimed thu show lieiu lns week and reports the The plucky team f Stunt. Mil High h It is rumored tint JiiiIl'o O'Renr School went down to Somerset SatKlcnt mitlinnt) of the flood time. will in enso ot his election ns Govday, once a t'ciiiiiciioiii. tiitmc in in dny mid in u classy gnme of foot-bn- ll Hen Pruitt mid E. T. Ford nlteiid-i- d ernor, appoint the Hon, C.tlb PowIihIioiinI mill Kenllieky lepiibllcnu defeated that hih school by a ehiiruh nt I ilia Inst Sun-du- y er ns Juile of the Court of politn s and lou u IchiIci in ii Mine of 13 to 0. Tho local bovs disniht. to fill the vncuiicv ereMed bv played Irue met lie, for they played ioiinsels. The Edwin ds Comedy show which Ins elevation to the Governor's ehnir full lime Josliee Uurlaii wns one of thu or 1" minutes to eneh quariro-- t cilicii- - ot the moved here Inst week drew !nr'u He hope this is not true, us we do ter. The ball wus first kicked off ditilituisieil irowds nnd all was carried out nict-I- ). not believe that Mr. Powers has had to Slaufoid who advanced the ball nation. These were the contests that sufficient experience iu the legal pro about 20 yards. At no time wns tho lie bad been ill bis IIihii ii week were held: Mr. Lclmn Honnker svt- - fession to iimhfv him for so im- Lull of an ntti'ck of lilllilcnzo. on dangerous territory for Stanot ceru! weeks. portant uud mi responsible u posi- ford. For the first three quarters for snwini; u block of w .Mr. Ilarbiu us imirned in IS.'ili to liinr into first nud Emerall I!eii7ley got tion. Judge from the influence Mis M, Shutikliii, danclitei of thcio wns no score made nnd tho MORGAN'S STATUE by Mr. Powers iu the Louis- - ''all evebanged sides mnny times, John Shaiililiii, of Evatisville, ImL, fin cents for pultun,' u cracker in his lr. .Tnbn villa Convention we are not nt nil most of Somerset's1 guins were made lo which union fix children were inlouth and whistliiiL' first. I lurkelt trot u bov of s for ilrie. surprised tlmt such n deal mny have ou forward passes but none of thcni To Be Unveiled at Lexinqton On Ismi. He wits u membrrot the Pres int: 10 nails through an inch plank uecn made. h Ic i inn church nnd took an active Harris seemed to avail anything. Wednesday. part in nil matters connected with irst mill Joliu l'e)tnn received "0 I'olemuu intercepted two or three of GENERAL NEWS NOTES. cuts lor uettlliL' the first liili. nfl' ihe wink of this deiioiiiliiulioii, huv-iiitheir forward passes in classy stylo The luiu-iInnof the monument been iee iiiii(criitor ol the Cell- - swumim; npple. In the thiid quarter Etrhry made n Xew York won the first game of beautiful run for a touch down but A crowd ot" boys uud ghU jot to the mcinorx of Ceiirul John ei.il Assembly. iu lllli'i. .. i i i I.... nii-ojtellicr nud stormed Mr. Almir lhe world's base bull championship Somerset claimed no goal although "" iiiiiti jioivan nun ins nn in 1....1....11 .ninu'c iiuri.iu was u man ot com hif held in LcMiutoil. Kv.i on Oc iiiiiioIiiik limine and striking pei'son-ullt- ), Weddle Inst Friday niKht. .Mr. Wed- - series fiom Philadelphia Saturday no opponent touched or got nearer tober the St It will be an event of with a hiuli older ol adminis- - ine icit .Monilay lor Williurii R. Smith at Xew York by n score of 2 to 1. him than 3 yards. 1I. was obstructd lnleiest. This monu- IrMlne ability. He was mi attractive Mihcml lo lake u Imsiuess couru Mnthew.soii pitched for N'cw York ed bv Reiiibart bis own man but iigniiist Bender, the Indian. On Mou went ou to the goal unhindered. The ment which is tjnen Ii) the Cllltcil and ioreible speaker, nnd in n lawV wish him success. day, however, Philadelphia turned play was made on u forward pass. Matmhtcrs ot the Couledeiaev lm yer ranked with the nhlc- -t in the the tables on the Giants, defeating However, the down was not counted. cost tl, 110(1 In irodui? and it and count r). HIGHLAND. them ut Philadelphia by .'I to 1. not only ns a meiiMnto of the kick. Justice Harlan lcac- - I line sons In the fourth quarter, some of tho Mitiqii.ird was in the box for Xew best phtving wus done, llnrris Colc-iiiu- n Confederate (ieneial. but also .is ;i i ml Iwo iliuvhlcrs. James S. HarFunnels- - uie eiV busy cutting York against Plnnk for the Athletics biMilltlftll reiiieinberaiiee of the splenlan, a memebr of the Interstate Commade two touch downs on end corn, sowing wheat uud miikim- - soi- - both southpaws. did el foils ol tlu- -u still more sM.n-!t- d merce Coinmis-iiii- i; John M. Harlan ghiim. runs mid MeCurty kicked ono field toiled fin I lit ill The Secretary of the Xuvy has or- goal from the 33 yard line, this makwomen who lunc Ii.. ii prominent iiltorne) of Chicago The tobacco crop bus about nil dered the mobilization of the AtlanIv iu the work ol raising the tun v. who nt one time was caiidulale foi ing a score of 13 to 0 in fnvor oC tic fleet nt Xew York and the Pacifie Stanford H'mh School. The Stunford Hit which lo dcfrin the expenses of M.i)oi of that citv "ii the Republi-- i been boused Mr. Hen Lewis Iot n 200 horso fleet nt Los Angeles nn ticket; 'Dr. Richard (. Ilailau. iutcIiic the monument. buys did some ;;ood playing but The IlltM'ilinc eeremoiues will be ii Ptesb)tciian ininistu at Wushin- - Stiud.i by backing over a bluff and There wero 212 business failuiesin made u few costly fumbles thus reu fitlins climav to the rcat eoiieii - jtou, I). C, nud .Mlsses Ruth uud snugging hiu.selt from which be died the United States during the week ducing the score. Clinton Coleman Mr- -. tton us tin I'nitcd Dntixhtcis ol the I .mini Harlan. Da.iiel Skidmore who bus ended Oclobr 12, ngaiiist 201 week played the first two qunrters tit Justice nrlnn' CiinfeilerneV which will be held ir. t light gunid nnd McCormnck plnycd real ambition wits been s,.fc for 0ino weeks is .still seri- previous. I be The 1011 European wheat crop of the last two. The players all did I.eMiiL'tou this eoimiie week. jto sere until next June, when be ously ill. eight countries of Europe will be it fine woik nud n very fast game will ceremonies ate ot it very eianoriuc wouiil iiaxe exceeiteil' the service ot Mr. mid Mrs. J. S. Youm? are li.it It banner one, equaling 1,710,905,000 bo had heie next Saturday when tho sat on that soinewbut improved. hntneter uud include flenenil Hasil nny other man who bushels. W. Duke nnd Major Otis fcnii), bcrfch. His .service wns loneer than strong team from the Kentucky Miss Elsie SiVmletoii, teacher of Members of the G. A. If. ut Lex- School for the Deaf will play on thu Masters of Ceremonies, an tuvoeii- - that of any other justice except the Mt. Moriah school visited her ).tr ington have accepted the iuviatiou of A aood should lion by the Revernnd William T. Chief Justice .MaTsluill and Associate eats mar Wuvncsbiir' Sntiirduv and the Confederate Veterans to parti- borne grounds. will becrowd Stephen J. Field. Fields was present to Punch, nn luldress of welcome by :iuiMiloulitli?ss Siindav Inking a number of her pu cipate in the unveiling of the statue ervice 'M )ears (! Mnjnr John ikiiiii of Lexinuton. nn the loneest cheer the plnvers on to victory. Wnt-e- rs , pils home with her. of Gen. John II .Morgan. tuliiross rT'dovernor Aueiistus E. iiiontlis 10 days.; Jlnr&hnll's 'M ns ouarter back and Thomas .Mrs. Mary S. Gastineau and son Associate Justice John Mitr.shnll Coleman at full back can always be nn nddress by the State ,3 months nnd 5 days; Harlan's 33 Lee of near Lancaster visited Vr. Hurlini, of the Supreme Court of the I Pri-iilof the I'. I). C, Mrs. jenrs 10 months nnd 25 days. His relied upon to play a steady gamo United States, is suffering from uu Reinhnrt nnd Spalding Dill nt ends Mek Illa!en'ore. a praer by the service did not exceed tlint of Just- Flora Walls Sunday. Oregon, .Mrs. Hawkins of Mrs. uttnek of nctite bronchitis ut bis promise Otierrnnl, the bene- ice. Story, who wns on the beneh develop into the best Revernnd K. Spenke of Lancaster and George home iu Wnshington. Because of material. to Joseph Uitl and Will diction by the Kcvcrnml John R. 33 years 9 months nnd 22 dny. Justice llnrlnn wus born "on the Soeake of Athens. O.. worn tb. miesis bis nge his condition is regarded its DeeniiL'. Hesides the iihou- - the chief ns tackles imiy always be defirst day of June, 1833, in Doyle of Mr. 0. G. Speake brother, hou of grave. pended upon to do their part Silas 'ddress of the oeeasum will be it ,,IVI'1M- - ,,v ,,r' (,"-- v ( "rI,'," Lee of i otinty, Ky., received on academic cousin respectively, Sunday. Anderson, Logan McCormnck and Mrs. Lewis of Mnrksbury was the APPEAL TO CITY FOR HELP. education, was graduated from cenI Clinton Coleman as the gunrdsnro Imlliuinre. .Mr)iuiiu. Immediatelv before the ituveilliie ter College, Danville, Ky., in 1850 and guest of her niece Mis. Nannie Ihttt new men who show good strength. Mny or A. B. Florence has received picparcd for the bar iu the law de- this week. Wesley Embry still holds his speed i eremoiiies, which will take place ou Mr. Jesse Sexton of neitr Hirrods-Lur- g a copy of the resolutions adopted by und agility nnd Russell Brown maythe fninoiis court boti-- c square where partment of Transylvania University Miss I.illie Hnlo of this the town council ot Blink River Falls be classed as obi regularity at Cenund the monument has been eneted it where he had the. benefit of instrucsession of the convention will he held tion under two of Kenliicky"s erent-c- t plnee were married a few days since Wisconsin, culling on the mayors of ter rush. Prof R. S. Liiigcrcmi has chief justices Robertson nnd and have gone to tbo groom's home. the different cities for help for the been doing some satisfactory couchiu the Woodland Park Aiiditoiium Mr. J. II. Ilutt went to Louisville destitute eiti.ens of tlint towit, which ing as the team work will show. ami where n piinido of tiiiitfiiificent Marshall. was practically wiped out of cxis-lunJustice Ilailun was defeated for last week to buy goods For the opposing team James Cole proportions will be foimed. includMr. Moffaid representing David bv the great loss being over man ns full back, Ciinverse nt end the members of Moreno's Men, Coneress, in the Old Ashlnnd dising iiiid llussing nt guard did good work. Confederate veterans, State officials trict by 07 votes in 18ul) became a Ades Lexington, Ky., wns in our a million nud a half dollars. Mavor Florence will iWeive uu) Come ne.xt Snturday to see the gamo of the Cii'itcd Couti derate Veterans, colonel in the Union Army nnd was midst this week. Mr. Samuel Light has returned contribution that the citizens of with the K. S D. Admission 2"e. at cents from the .Monument Conunittce, Convention elected Attorney General of Ken-luc- Irom Louisville. Stanford wish to niitke to the Hood in JSfi.1. He wnf- - twice deDeleeates, Ihe fiovernor nnd his stitf? Prof. Liiigemuu wns referee for I'd Clnrk 11 110 pound porkers nl Mr. Thomas Butt is building it sufferers, and whatever is contributfeated ns the republican enndidate is mi I'ipie-triii- ii Stunford and Prof. Ttisfisou umpired This motiumeiit the siiiiii- - price; from II. D. Lee 'JO Statue, siiid to be the finest ol" its for Governor of Kentucky the, second dwelling bouse on one of his lots re- ed will be piotiitly forwarded to for Somerset. Prof. J. W. Ireland l.'O boss nt s.ViO; from C. A. Artime, by McCrenry und afcr sol tint cently bought nt Crab Orchard lot Muyoi MiGilhtiav of Black- - River miiuages the team and nlwnys nold a score of l.'ll pound hos at ehartcter iu existence today: it is J Fall for distribution to the needv his boys. the Louisiana Commissior sale. the voik of Sienor Poniheo Coppini.lnpon 0 'J eints; from Joe Carpeitlci lo Miss Elizabeth Lutes has returned people of the flooded district. It Is lllst in broiie .uitl is placed which took the presidency awny from Kill pound hoes at (! cents; from Mis. John ot tn Tilden, was appointed nn nsocinte id from Ilitstouville. When Conceit Is Strong. Job Mnrice l." head of S.'iO pound upon an imposing, pcilc-lLutes has gone to visit her daugh- SERVICES AT THE atOccasionally a man's conceit i utile at ?:i.:i0 in r bundled; frou choicest granite, (ieneial .Monran's -- justice of the Supremo court by ter Mrs. Frye nt Hustonville. BAPTIST CHURCH tains that superlative degree wber Hnys. brother prondiinces the statue a r R. R. Diiddernr 7 steers A. 0. Young nnd luniily nnd .Mrs. (len-iia- l. ha talks glibly In bla own Interest and from I.. ('. MeWlioitei muikiible likeness of the emit Margaret Young have gone to visit Tbete will be pi caching services and calls It working for the general " M0RELAND. .' hetiil of 1100 pound entile nl ut the Stanford Baptist church ), telntives near Lexington. good. Atclilson Globe. per hunilied. Miss Pearl Baugh of Detroit, i Thin sd.iy nnd Friday evening Ink bpoti. Mrs. i'oimIIoc Lackey of Kalians C. K. McCluro bought of .Mr. here visiting Eva Lena Baugh. of this week bv the pastor The MISS BETTIE EVANS HURT Ttieso troublobonio btulnb may bo re- D. S. Carpenter ) Citv ts the Kitest of Mrs. M. of Ilustonviiro bis sen ices will begin piomptly nt 7 P. moved uy an liiU'llcaUoii of oiju..! Lackey. Di. R. L. Pointers hits re- -t parts ot homo which is nicely situated on M FREEDOM CHURCH MEETING Everybody cordially invited to r A dispatch fioia Shelby ville Saturcitric ucld unci cream ot n rued fiom l.oui-ill- c wheie he wits attend these services and tbo mem- day suid: Miss Itettie Evnus, one of melted ou u iilatti. .Mix uud rub East .Miim street there. Mr. Citire will get possession in the near future attendance nt the State Veteriin vvcr tliu itieu wuhli The revival at Freedom ehuuh bers are urged to attend and nssist the best known women iu Sbelby-vill- e, nary Medical Assoeinlioii, Miss F.dna caietutl) mimih huU nil cat.es the out and we people here at Morelan.l in the meeting. The services will be In tlniubt Ink was knocked down by u hore conducted by Evangelist Hubbard, evangelistic. Kflyiiuuauuli left the past week for will UUuiiear ut unco without to give him up but lie will be Inon tho public square this afternoon closed Sunday night October 1st with ludiaimpolis where she will tllTc a jury to ttiu color Sluing tlmt liavo our loss on lliistonville's gain. and was taken to thu King's Daughcourse in the I). D. Institute .Mr. M. J. Iloffmnu who lives in about 90 additions to the church of been luiiinlereil may reulro Boveral Twenty thousand peoplo read each ter's Hospital iu nn unconscious conChrist most of them coming from ,'. Mrs. . llrowu has been the Iriuimunu beiore thoy yield. Worn- - Williamsburg, but has a farm here dition. issue of the Interior Journal. will have a auest of Dr. and Mrs, Ens 'tie Drown uu h llotuc ( OUUUIIIIOU ou the. 20th of this tbo Christian Church. Bro. Hubbard of Stanford Miss Mnwnc Diekei-somonth. This will be one of the larg- is n splendid preacher and teaebei WOMAN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETY, M. E. CHURCH SOUTH est sales held in this end of the coiin having few equnls for clearness of LINCOLN COUNTY FARMERS INSTITUTE. ty for years. He will ji1o rent bis statement uud force of argument. fit mi of some 300 acres 'to the high-i- st Tbo largest nudience at this place The Woinnii's Missionniv Society of (he M. E. Church South is for years have been in attendance, The LinciTln Comity Fiirmei-s- ' Institute will be held here Friday and bidder. in Stunford for a two days' session, today ami tomorrow-- . Tho Satuiday of this week nt the couit house. The Stale Dtpaitmont of .Air. J.C. Ford called his deal off numbering nt night fiom 500 and 700 progrum is as toiiou: Aericultuie will liuve Messi. S. J. Patnek, W. A. Cope uud W. T. Kane for three mules he bought .from Mr. people. 7:00 Devotional Miss Julia Dm hum. District Secretary. Wo cheerfully endorse Bro. Hub ou in ix to lend the discussions, uud u number of local farmers have David Eubunks, on account of one Address Our Young People" .Miss Miiuile Bniu (Le xitigton.) bard ns a Gospel preacher and Chrisiu the progruni. which is us lollows, been inked to take pint getting cut very badly with a barb Conference Second Vice President. ' tum man. May thu Lord bless him Friday Mornl ( Session Iff A. H. w ire. heboes front Coiuie.il. Mrs. Ilcrm.in . . ....... (Ver- ,. . . Called to (Irder. S. J. Puliicl; ...in.. Mr. M. J. Hoffman sold to Mr. in the good work to which he is so rnuics,i .I....v oiueieiiee i 01 responding fieeielitrv, foreign Dept. D. M. Wulker luvoiciitioii Wm. Myers of Iltistouville a nice devoted is our prayer. Ki. Wednesday 13th '. Welcome Address Ma.voi A. 1!. Flor ueo bunch of cattle. 0:00 Devotional. GOOD MEETING AT ELLISBURG. II. Pitliick llcspoiisc S. Mr. Marcus Moore is now running Oi ganiration. Flection of Delegates to Attend Stute Pninier Institute Prompt!) II O'the Mink,s Hotel. 9:30 Report of District SeeruArv clock. Mr. J. F. Ford left for Somer!)h5 Missioumy Education (n) Council Reports, ((b) Leaflet, (o) J. It Jones pastor of thu BapFriday Afternoon Session I :S0 P. M. set to join his wifo who haa been nt tist church of Stanford recently Missionary v oic Mrs. A. It. Massey (Buritside), Supt. of Editorial Mission of the Farmer.'. The .s. J. Patrick the bed bide of her futherssiuco last revival services nt the Baptist Dcpnitment -' Hogs uud Their Diseasesw. T. Kane Sunday, who died Tuesday und wns church at Ellisburg, Casey county 10:10 Our Foreign Institution--Mrs.- . Il, Bowmnr. Good Roads .G. C. Lvou buried Thursday ut that place. Rev. A. S. Jeffrie,- - is the pastor. The 10:30 Foreigns in America. Our work for tliem--Mr- s. Diekev. Manures and Fertilizeis .Mr. Harry N'cal uud Mr. Algnr meeting icsttlted iu 12 for baplisin 2 ..W. A. Com 10:.'i0Scarritt Bible nnd Training School. Miss Bain. Poultry mid Profits A. C. Alford Weddle of this place und, Mr. Lind-wi- v by relation 2 by letter and 0 testoied 11:13 Mission Study uud Christian Stewardship.--Mrs- . G W Grasses, Cable and Uses .W. T. Knne bought to fellowship of the church. The Crulchfield. ( Richmond.) Rutherford of . Saturday Mornlnq Session 10 A. M.. Iheirjiel.ets here for Lexington, vhole church seemed greatly revived 11:30 Bible Study Mrs. Jas. H. Spilmnn, Conference President. Iuvociitiou , . ..Rev. D. M. Walker, when- they will Juke a course ut the and benefitted. Theie wt;re good Wednesday Afternoon. . .W. A. Cope Crop Rotation Wilburn Smith business college. congiegations at every service. The 2:00 Devotional. Restoring nud Maintaining Soil Fertility . . . 2:!.V-Th- e Mrs. W. G. Montgomery is visiting school near the church was dismissed ..S. J. Patrick. benefit of both deurtiuen.s in the Auxiliary Mrs. Dickey . .J. W. Ireland. Agriculture iu Public Schools nt Asiiili, Kv' each morning nt 10 a. in., and march2.30 Social service and locnl work. ow to (let Stand of Clover und Value Ou the f iff Ii Sunday of this mouth ed to the church. Several of the chilOpen discussion. ...W. T. Kane R. II. Crow My Experience with Hogs Ilro. Montgomery will fill the pulpit dren were coverted and joined the 2 iiO Children's wmk- Discussion led by Mrs. L. L. Piykel, .) General Discussion by Institute ut t lie i iiristinn eliureli ana the church, :. W. T. K.iiu, boys of the Sunday school will have It was joy and plcastue to be with Sheep nnd Goats 3:10 The Jubilee It's meaning and ptliiose. Saturday AfUrnoon 1:30 P. M. u bo) s tlnv. hver.vhody invited, the Ellisburg people, and to enjoy 3:30 Question Box. . .. W. T. Knne come and enjoy yourself. Everybody their kindness und hospitality. Home Alfalfn and How to Grow Wednesday Evenlnq. , Selecting and Testing Seed Corn uud Corn Cultivation ....W. A. Cope invited. i.f the finest crops of com and toAddress Mrs. J, II. Spihiutn; .Subject: Why Hoys Leave Farm..... . . W. A. Cope i Mr. George Murphy u young man bacco I have seen this year arc ou We trust that the people bf Stunford und vieinty will attend these, , ..,., Jl.iii viui; profits , . . . , Juo. Cnruenisl' of Liberty who was shot to death Big South. Thev are enterprising sessions and the men will be profited by coming us well as the women Hy , Institute iKVideutolly Jiere at the Moor Hotel i Generul L'iscunsiou. farmers, fitiu business nnd oung peopW. We all ueed more lijsht ou the subject of Missions W. T. Kane . Organization of Farmers people. was tukeu to liberty for burial. und information given inspiration. i Kiciimotiii .Noiimil Scliool was tliu week end LMiest of her mother, Jlrs. Mnry Dieherson. .Mines Martha nnd Helen dill hft Tlmisdny for n pro . .. . ... fM..I. .. .. I irieiius in j uiwn imcieu vim io r llklnhomii slid Diner Colorado. .Mrs R K. HiikIics nod litll dnuithter, I'lkin IIiikIici have return(leo. ed to their home in Louisville I'. Mmon, of ClneiiKo is expected to lit Ins brother, . R. .Musoii nud wife iie.t week and be priwenl lor I he innrriiipc of Ins niece, Miss Kilmi Itnrliour Maou and Willinm Fox Mrs J. II. Collier is in Lexington with her sjdter Mrs. t'linrles Riehnrdniii. Misn Minnie Brown is to friends in at home Irom a N'icholnsMllc. Dr. nnd Mrs. J. (1. Parsley are in Padueah for u strty JUSTICE HARLAN Dies At Wnsltinqtoil Alter Lotiq And Re . (I. Monlt'tiitinri f,ll.l i.;a ,iipM.iiitnii'iit nt Junction City Suu-dny. I SCORES AGAINST .! i nkRnmifchPil ......,......... lnrr wit. .yt , Mr. n. Mni-Kure- t ' l,o-gH- Iu-t- I'res-byterip- Ap-pen- ls f. 1 ie ei'-ar- V ; ii 1 wide-spiea- J-- - ii ,ss - li-- e.-e- r av .)'i-.ic- IO yeur-Willson- ent t. ' VM Mc-Car- ty (. ie 170-pou- -- Lo-ru- il s nl 700-poun- d Wed-nesibi- hs tar-tu- le-gr- et n l 1 - .,,. n... ' eon-duct- ;.., llu-toiii- ... - (Wil-inoic- , '''- - "T"""" -- "' - THE INTERIOR IfUtBNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY TUESDAY. OCTOBER 17. I9II. 1 PUBLIC SALE & RENTING OF I'iieI.merior Journal. Established 18ft 1HELTON M. 8AUFLEY,... Publisher IN ADVANCE Stan- It A YEAR STRICTLY Entered nt tho postottko nt ford as second class mall. Democratic Ticket. Farm, Stock, Crops, Etc. Having decided to quit farming 1 will at my farm Rent my place of 300 acres to the highest and best bidder, if not sold or rentKcpreentnlio II. Slnrik. ed previously. At the same time and placejl will sell my stock, crops, etc., V' The failure on (he part of the allconsisting of ocates f the open kiiIcoii to secure V. Thursday, Oct 26, ' 1 1 three-year-old 1 mile east of Morelandon Kor Governor Jniues H. McCrenry. For l.lcnt. governor K. J. McDcinctt Tor Treasurer Thos. 8. Uica. For Secretary or Stute-- U. i Urccc- mis. For Attorney (icnernl James OarnetL Kor II. M. Howorth For Stnto Superintendent ot Schools Hnrksdalo llamlett, Commissioner Agriculture J. Xoninnn. For Clerk Court of Appeals It. U Greene. For ltnl.romd Commissioner W. F. Klnlr. For Circuit Juilgo Charles A. Hardin. Au-li'o- r o o o a 0 o o' a o O O O 0 O O O O O on O000O000O0000 00000000000000a 0--0- oO-0- -i O 0-- 0 .'.! Fc o o o o o o 0 N ew 0-0- - O Hats To-da- 0-- 0" i'i. 0 V t I" w. S, yearlinn horse colt, German Coach stock. imported German Coach stallion I yearlinn Golddust horse colt. I Gold Dust horse combined. I brood m?re bred In Jack. One marc and colt. I jennet bred to B. B. Kinq's Jack. I yearlinn ack extra aood. I yearlinn short horn bull qood one. S hort Horn milk cows, hornless. II brJCtl sows heavy with pins. 30 shoafa welqh from 60 to 100 pounds. I I four-year-o- ld four-year-o- ld S work mules, six and eight years old will broke.. 2 yearlinn mules 3 brood marcs 6 lo 7 years old bred to Kind's Jack I Chester Chief ficltlinti. ' ,, -I I I I buck 'rr-S- plows cuimpraMvelY x newt .,. hay rake. , steel roller 1 iron wheel handy waqon. I mowing machine. I one blue grass seed stripper I international hay baler One sheep shearing machine (new.) I car clover hay. 30 acres millet straw In the bale 40 acres corn at the heap . ' and under, cash in hand. Over that amount, six months cred it; bankable paper bearing 6 per cent, interest from date of sale. TERMS-5- 10 Capt. T. D. English, Auct. M. J. HOFFMAN, MORELAND,?KY. father M. T. ReyWAYNESBURG. in Oklahoma, his (Delayed Letter.) Much excitement was caused in our town when the boiler of II. H. Singleton's saw mill exploded at 1 :30 Wednesday afternoon killing Seth Reynolds instantly nnd injuring J. 0 Wnrriner, S. P. Shoop and Abunon Jtoutin but not seriously. Reynolds was fireman and it ii tb ms lit the lack of sufficient water in the boiler was the cause of the explosion. When In- -t seen beforo the explosion ho wax working with the injector trying to put witter in the boiler. There was not n piece of tho boiler left on the ground the pieces being hurled in every direction nil over town. A piece of the boiler about two feet square came near hitting Mrs. T. S. Reynolds who was standing in her front yard with her little daughter und son and Jlrs. Lena Burleson's little daughter. Mr. Singleton was nt Golden Dawn Springs when the accident happened. This being the fourth accident having been burned 3 times before. Mr. Reynolds is survived by one son who is nolds of Stanford, two sisters, Mrs. '. P. Curtis and Mrs. G. T. Gooeh, of Somerset. Tho bnrial took place in the Waynesburg cemetery after a lew words int the grave by Rev. G. Singleton. .Much sympathy is felt lor the bereaved family. The dwelling of D. W. Caldwell caught on fire but the flames were !icoered and extinguished before much damage was done. Master William Perry is on the hick list. Mr. C. M. Kstes and wife fittest-- t d tho burial of their niece- Mrs. Roe-eo- e Sulip at Eubank Thursday. Mrs. Sarah Waters of King's Motm tain attended the burial of Seth Reynolds Thursday. Mrs,. II. M. Reynolds and little daughter Charity L. of Cumdep, Ark., and W. J. Reynolds were guests of Mrs. W. K. Singleton Thursday. Dean Smith sold his liouso and lot and bought a vacant lot of L. G. Gooch which ho intends to build on in the near future. Price unknown. Deputy Sheriff Reynolds arrested Tolbert Burleson for drunkenness of the otes of the dif fer-ouprceinct to nsk for an elec tion to i'Iibmr" tho lorn! option I spotted pony safe for ladies and children. Not statutes of the county after an ac afraid of steam or automobile about 15 hands hiqh and no! better or nicer tive clfott evidence the one in the country. (net tlmt the people of this county I Nabolh mare bred to iack. Imvc made up their minds tlmt there I Icnnct, bred to Peyton's lack and safe In foal. is nothing in the nrjtument that the iennet extra stock. , 2 short horn calves open smKhui l'iiiies; tlmt I hey ', ycarlimi ?hort horn heifer eo that the grown men, the 2 fat cows. Hotueu ami children am better off without the drink I yearlinn. boar. limn with it. Jt i the wcuknu-- s of mo- -t iiumi 50 ewes well bred. Jo sign any sort of a petition pre- Champion binder. ' 2 cultivators 2 double shovel plows rrmvii in i ufin, mill Wlll'll Willi ints conMituti'iuul inclination in their fa2 wheat drills one with fertilizer attachment. vor the snloonUts are unable to musI box manure spreader ter the required on fourth, it deI smoothing harrow. monstrates bejimd all argument Hint I two horse wagon comparatively new. the Voters of this count v will mil wheat fan. again give their suffrage for opening 2 sets of waqon harness. of the saloon. 5 sets of plow gear The argument is made and iustlv Three or four hundred shocks of fodder 5 acres sorqhum in shock and many other thinns too numerous to o that tho blind tiger is in our midst Dinner This fact cannot be and it Sale to go on rain or shine plenty of dry quarters. mention. must be to the simmu of the on the ground for everybody . men who are charged with the enforcement of the l.tw. The courts cannot convict without testimony and the men who patronize these establishments do not blush at perjury when called to the witnes stand, but the Mgilant officer who fauirs the enforcement of this law, can, himself by the exercise of the proper police powers of the -- tnte, raid tlu-idirty dens ami liim-o- lf bring the to the courts. If we hne any offi-te- r ehargi-with this dutv who is unwilling to peiform it then let lis elect some in. in to take his place. who is willing to perform the duty. We make no charge ngiun-- t nnv par 2d. They are not experiment-- ', ticular officer, but the people, know disorderly conduct, and took him to Stanford where he was tried before but pre proen cures for evry form this is the trouble, nnd as the local Judge Uaile and fined 30. of skin or scalp affections whether dispenser of news, this paper stands ready and willing to expose nnv Mu E. B. Caldwell closed his store nnd on infants or grown persons. tation of the law, and nnv officer .pent the week at Golden Dawn 3d. They work on n new princi I if there be such officer, who winks Springs drinking it's splendid waters ple. They do not glnze over the nt any violation of it. e have a surface, but they penetrate to the law which should meet the emerZEMO MAKES ASTONISHING scat of the trouble anil draw the gency; we have officials elected for ECZEMA CURES germ life from underneath tho skin its enforcement, nnd if it is not en- end dstfoy i. In this way a com- lorceil something is wrong Let us "We Prove It." plete cure is effected in any cae work and find out what it is and who is the cause. Every dny ZEMO gives relief and of skin or scalp eruption. An unenfoiecd law upon the Endorsed and sold in Stnnford by cures men, women nnd children in statute hook means official inefl'i- 701 town in America whoso tho Penny Drug Store. every' iency or neglect of duty. Tt can't skins nre on fire with torturing WHITE OAK SCHOOL. mean anything cUe. Let us place ECZEMA rashes nnd other itching, the blame where it belongs and rebinning, and crusted skin and medy the bl.une like brae and good Roll of Honor for September. scalp humors. Grade 8. Maggie Rankin, Sallie, citizens. ZEMO and ZEMO (ANTISEPTIC) SOAP, two refined preparations will Mae Withers, Lucy A. Wilrnot. give you such quick relief that you Senator Bradlev says he will "put Grade 2. Alan Rankin. I.ouis will feel liko n new person. his mark" on any man that charges give you three reasons why Gordon Dudderar, Hubble Sheron. We him with corrupt securing his elecPrimary. Martin Cnrrtdl, Arthur tion to the United we recommend and endorse ZEMO States Senate nnd Zemo Soap for ull skin and Rankin. The Senator has already "put his scalp eruptions. A numer of others received tho mark" on the bolting Democrats who 1st. They nre clean, scientific Lonor roll average but on oted for him. There are people account preparations that give universal of enough to say that his mono-cratardiness, absences or deportment incau satisfaction and nre pleasant und was shaped something like fc their names are omitted from this agreeable to use at all times. Cudiz Record. olio-four- th three-year-old ld four-vear-o- ld it, , 1 ld 1 1 1 m 6 two year old mules have been handled some. One marc mule colt ! Chester Chief marc. I Chester Chief filly. 0 0 0 0 ? O Wc always have (he XKWTIIIXGS y we are showing a magnificent assortment of men's hats. 0 STETSONS. In sliff'hals und Stetsons Scratch hat at $1. Stetson's Young Men's. Also lull shapes at $3.f0 and l.oo. 0 0 V 0 0" ;r flu V 0-- 0 ? t Imported Velours 0 dressy. Bettei get one while you can 0 0 H. J. McRoberts 0 0 Stanford, Kentucky. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 V O 0 The new thing in rough hats in (J ray 0 Tan, .Black and Jlrown at :j.o(). These 0 arc very stylish and exceedingly 0 0 0 0-O- O-0-- 0 0-0-- o 0 - 000000 0 00 0 0 0 0 O O'O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded When " your physician has pre- scrilxd a. miMlicine (or you to take, the next important fttcp Is to have that prescription placet in the hands of a thoroughly reliable and competent pharmacist so it will be compounded exactly as directed. Wo bavo Rained an euvlabW reputation for always being very careful and painstaking In our compounding nnd feel that, In alt justice to your own good health, you should bring your next prescrip tion here. Here, too, you will find a complete and Inviting display of toilet article!), rubber Kd waps, perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For Interior decorating we carry and recoaaaaead ALABASTINE, the beautiful wall coaUnf . Call and see samples of tints and ask us about it. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. ? Iit. Come V to Louisville at Our Expense. GIRLS' DRESSES PURCHASE A ROUND TRIP TICKET FROM YOUR HOME TO LOUISVILLE. WHEN vOU HAVF COMPLETED YOUR SHOPPING IN THIS STORE. TAKE YOUR RETURN TICKET AND YOUR SAIF CHECKS. WHICH ARE GIVEN YOU WITH EACH PURCHASE TO THE CREDIT DESK (South end nf Bulldlnq) first floor, AND WE WILL REFUND TO YOU Nl CASH 5 PER CENT. OF YOUR TOTAL PURCHASE UP TO THE AMOUNT OF YOUR ROUND TRIP RAILROAD FARE. I tioned as a possible candidate for the seat now held by Judge Carroll. As a friend of both parties we would advise Judge Uarelrigg to keep out. He cant beat Judgo Carroll. I'M people lost their only friend on the Supreme bench when Justice Harlan died Inst week. GREENBRIER. Mrs. Mary Horton and children nre visiting home folks. Mrs. Willie Uorton is on tho sick list. Mrs. Ike Trivet is nli-- o sink. Mrs. I.oro Horton nnd little boy, nre both sick. Mr. Tom Macon went to visit his Min, and fnniily at MeKinney. Miss Anna Leach and Dnz.y Rims visited fiiends here. Mr. nnd Mrs. 'famine I.ench spent Sunday with their daughter. Mr. McMullin in working in tho IJlun Grass. Mis. Helen O'ldicn the r.ccomplish cd dniighler of Mr. and Mrs. fiexton willed Saturday for tho I'aiiaina (anal Zone after n month vacation wilh her parents. Mr. O'Hrien joined her nt Chattanooga. Mrs, Nuiue, daughter of Mrs Slull is on the sick list. Former Appellate, Juogo J. II. Hnelrige, of Frankfort is being "men Stanford, Kentucky very larqe assortment of colorinqs and trimmings and smart models, made of percale anl Ifnon with either hiqh collor and lonq sleeves, or Dutch neck, to he worn with glumps. .Renular values $1.25 to $1.75 at A $1 - Just A Reminder ' - Girls, Gulmpes of white batiste, trimmed with tusks, two models at 50. cents. Women's Misses and qlrls' qymnnsluni blomers, navy blue, renular value $1.25 at 75 cents ' Misses' and Chlldrens sweaters, all wool, dauble breasted models, red, white and gray, price $255 and $2.75. $1 ' "V : 25 v - WAISTS Womens' waists, of white batiste, new fall models, high collar, and lunu sleeves, clcvorate usaqe of tucklnq, lace and French sjdc frill, regular value $2.75 at $1.50 ,; That our shoe stock is now complete and that 35 years ofsineere effort to know good shoes and own them at the right prices are back of them, buying direct from the manufacture as we do you get the benefit of the middle man's profit. You'll certainly do yourself a good turn by looking at our line. THE STEWART DRY GOODS CO., (Incorporated). Louisville, Ky. W. E. Perkins, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, ,t . STANFORD. ... '. KENTUCKY TUESDAY. OCTOBER . ... .. ' ' ' 17. 1911. . . . . rr-- v fr iT'i H J.'.l...t.?.J.&tl.aC fl r .. VMT,aV www '..i H .9. . .t it v.i lt,li,U,(t,u'u,(lVi!ll'l , .. .' t: :.t k: '.a w t.i w.t vv.-- ' w w w w w wr . a va . ... ;t v.? .?. t -- . . .. . ' j j vt :j j j tj . . ... ... ... .a. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . 13 & m .. ... ........... '.,r..uutiW4KuwoooDwnoDDaaoOOr,(ino ... . ' ' ' ' T -- ( . .i. atia 'wf wi;vvyi';tlt,v a yy 'itw,! v .v 0 I) I. o o o a H tt ft i. Oi Lyceum Entertainment Course, QTANPORn OPFRA AT II Get Your Tickets For The Splendid o a t- -. i THE XX.XVXV 23 10, VXlUl HHTTQl? XJLWJL 0 DM ! .; . oK o o 0 o 9 Five Splendid Attractions: CHAMP CLARK ENDELSSOHN . OCTOBER U QUARTET NOVEMBER , NOVEMBER JANUARY I RENO. THE MAGICIAN MUSICAL 24, 6, FAVORITES . U I.....' nnnurcTnii Lll ILIllltlllLIIJ UnbnLOIIIHL rutrnTIIUFDC rmDIUDV 90 v .wnwnn Five of the greatest attractions of the Redpath Lyceum Bureau. You will never have an opportunity h again to get such pleasure and entertainment at so small 0 r, a cost. And you reserve your your seats for the entire ofr M Course when you buy your tickets, Tickets at Penny's 9 Drug Store. At 0 MMITMMMninnM if "T - Ti iiri ir im .m i n iji n Tt Km, VrT nirj o P fc M to GM : fl o, ft m 3 ( $2.50 $2.00 For First 8 Rows Scats For Remain- a 0 o fl vr. SEASON TICKETS ( a ... .vt o der House a a.tfr sa p 0 Gn (5 h Wi IS .ni u O o o 0 vQ m Hear Champ Clark, Speaker Of The National Congress. N if Stanford Lyceum Club. WELCH C. HAYS & iJ 3. P MK O3 ROCHESTER. FOSTER. STONE, S. M. J. W. IRELAND tM ft SAUFLEY, P P o o MO Monday Night October 23. 6 f; ft MARSHALL o -- , JL !1 vjt v 6666aooooooo u o o o a o & o o o o o oooggggte32'gao PUDLIC ft T -' " " .T .f -- : 'a ri . ! -- 't .:- - r j't 't f 't . f ?:m& ; f : :'. f ' sj c0 g?y i". .". :jt , , V. oa-oQ&oopo- FARM FOR SALE! will SALE! -- SALE OF PERSONALTY At IIIIIIIIMII I lllt'l tT Kt'flllllf, I Will oil p, :". i". :X.f' , ,( :': . ' aeteaagH t y ffl i; g gy gg - ge aog s000 O iv ft fr ft ft Jft 5 oftftg?r r r f- - & ZM J 5 IA 5j ". . r fll uruntoly a larm of I will n county, lit imlilii' outcry to tin- l.im-nUnU 130 nrn-j- i i nillo from I'rnb Orcli-nrd- , lnulirt iiikI ln?- -t IihIiIit mi . K). onclmlf . ulccly IncnUil. inostl. bottom n i oo inni o, iai -- aiuruuY. uui. i:vcry aero land, TtVy iirxxiuctlvp. UliHbiV, nn utmnrt.iiico or Htock water in Crnl On'hnnl At my nil' i.iuy-lrllnil:intPl to com mill Ky., Iicttinuiii;: "t 10 o'clock hlmrp, rrnse. (looit tenant hoim. of thre llio l'ollowinj: properly. roomg on rarni, Terms rcuwinaun; Oiif hotiM" ami lot wlnri' I now Apply at onc to, htories Iiieii, lloiisi- - ii .. H !! UronniiRh. -- rent 'ytt U'snlc. rooiiH. kouiItwo lmrn, ontlxiiltl-iii- s, lns I! well of wilier, notiu lictter. The lioiixe ami lot will ho sulil for one v .i.,; ,.,., ,r tk O 1111111 TEMPERANCE COLUMN i,...,nJI r... '' ' Tuesday, October 17, 1911. This space is reserved for v the Temperance Committee of iU lincolu County. Si S O O CONCRETING orltn, ml, lu W -- re lu position lo dn nil kind, ot eon. rTjmenU .uoh . lllock Work.thing rrom w on mki iny boaae down to fnc po.t. v e nr.t-cl-- rT ron Dromiilly nd uriiit' oar prloci or and mnUrml. full MOd t brorfl yoo buy your fc. (llit. PHILLIPS BROS., lnl rn Stanford. Kentucky iaBBaB-a------tf-- IS WE MAKE LOANS On approved security whenever warrant conditions Ic.rimiiu at U A. M , at his lute lesidt'iice on the Stanford M.d Kuh llriiuch pike, about "i mihs from Stanford and one mile from lluhhle olTer for sale publicly his peismial properly consisting principally of nioiitlK, Iiiill" eiisli. Iiulnnco in 1 six muleh.s two yearlin yeai-old nlli nntii ln'iiriii- -' (! kit ei'iit inter- mule: one lot mules, one AUo ef; lien relnineil. eliurcli. vacant loycar-old KeldiiiK; one Fine opposite Ilnptiht Oooil well on geldim; by l'restou: two .veuiliii1; cation for Imililiiii;. llllies, one yearling liote; tvo ujicil lot. At tliu sumo time I will nlfco hell mures; one .Tetscy heifer, a lot .of personal property: One Iio!k. fat mill'' tmolemcuts conslM- I lie following mare safe in foal to Dock tirny. iiit; of wau'on, steel roller, plows, mower, Iiimler, bay ruKe This man is the ihini ot tin1 .Mrs. wheat-dril- l, Murk llnnlin imiiiv. 1 Vflirlillir Dock ctiltixntors. steel harrow, hur- (.r.iv ion. Dock firny is owned hy t;y, bprin wiikoii, a lot ot siieal a hisli- - oats, about iO ucres ot corn, baled .! U. Foter, near Slniifonl. hreil Jersey heiforu, soon to he straw, etc. liesh, Jersey cow with calf liv her Fhe Mintes of block ot Lincoln Miares it I ooil cook Move. Iicilstemls. County National Hank. sitle. liiinmidu :t carpeth, several ehairx.. 1 suit of stock in Mouticello and Walnut furniture. 1 honk ease and turnpike. Terms-Su10 and under. of li.sk combined. Walnut. 1 extension .limin inlili'. 1 Inruo mirror. 1 chick cnMi in hauil; over that amount 0 en feed mill and many nrticles too months' credit on notes with ,'ood security, bearing fi er cent iuter-tnumerous to inenuon. from date. J. D. Andersen. 60-J. B. Paxton, Adnir. Crab, Orchnrd, Ky. --- t. There eoiccs a call to the citizens Lincoln county and to all the nations of the earth, who are on the Lord's side who stand for risjhl, ifoud ness and mercy, who are willinjc to lid and hold the haulier ol meicy ovtr tl.e nations uf tliu earth against the dsil. Is there a man or woman willnic to wave the black fh'i! of t'cath over our dear little town of Stanford ami say it is rij;ht to brim: back the saloons in our town, and by this act double the devil's work? A vnil is cotmn;; up. uyt couulv, but fiom all ei.lv froii' i.atioiis of the earth is there any ji'stii e, are there any who arc will-in- -; t insider the troubles of the'r ' r 1 - Over Half - ms A Million Dollars st U it PreferFOR Sixty-one 187 SA4-E! fl ence, of course, being given to owr regular depositors' ACRES OF FINE LAND AT PUBLIC SALE! will offer In Resources Notes and Lincoln Co. State Bank Trust siutobs, acres of fitio blue urnss land that has not been plowed for years except 8 acres. This land will row fino tobacco, hemp und alfalfa; has small dwelling; plenty of IoouMn for mMh, and fine wood. This bind is 3 2 Iw well watered. milcH from Stanford ou tho Ottca-Jteipiko. close, to school. Will sell on easy terms. 75-W. F. Dishon, Stanford, Ky. 1-m T public sale ou. Saturday. November 4th, 1911 at 1 o'clock sharp my farm of 187 acres located on the Hustouville and McKinney turnpike, ono milo from MeKinnev and three miles from This land is in n high Mule 1 at bills... $32 1, 000 $100,000 Gov't bonds bonds.. 37,500 llus-touvill- e. Bank house.fur&flx 6,500 Cash and exchange 36.000 $501,000 I'L'i'.'hborf Are Ibciu not enough good PUBLIC SALE! honest men who are willing to stand for the ught if their own interest is Of Fnrm, Stock, Crops and Tools. at stake? Look around you and sec 1 will sell at public, auction on Low iimiiy are dying on the wayside Saturday .October 28 1911, cilling tor help. Shall we not conlteginning nt 9 10 a. m my farm sider i heir cries f God is calling also to make hale and decide whose side near Hustonville, Lincoln county, s. wu are on the Lord's of the Kentucky consisting of 00 acre of i:ood land with five room house iu .Moses spake unto the eoiiureu.itiou food repair. Place has goood spring buying: Depart, I pray you the with stone spring house, stream of tents ot these wicked men, and touch fresh water inns through entire fann nothing ot their's lest ye be consum- Splendid young orchard and good garden. In Iluslonvillo graded ed in all their sins. Clod's people are warning vo io school district being one and. a half ,et off, the devil's ground let the miles from school building uud one turth oieii up and swallow you up; mile from Morclnnd railway station west, of Hustouville inake haste all you men und women and 80 lods who arc posing to be as good and and Danville turnpike. Iu splendid neighborhood, lmviug holy as God's servnnts, who are w.iniii.g you to decide whose siife aie six churches within 1 2 miles. A splendid tobacco anil stock barn im ou. The whisky plague is, on. ''an and nil necessary outbuildings. Teleyou ileuiduf Oh! ye lj-- n whose phone in boiiso. and by fur the best heads are blossoming for the grave mral until service iu the comity, havand your limbs arc weak and totter-n;- ing seven mails each week day mid .Make haste and decide, eic the two oh Sunday.. At same time uud place, I will Muck angel comes from the bottomless pit, to claim you as his owu and ulso sell one )Kiir bauds high in then your memory, whitili nexer dies, work mules, Hi will hniitr before you every sermon, good condition aud well t ruined, ono bay mare by Dorsey every prayer and kind word that has ever been spoken to yon. O, my Golddust, dam bv Silver King. Ono brother there is a chance for you yet yearling colt out of same mare by Jesus Christ's blood cleanses from Nnbotb, 'Jr., one young horse, ono til! sin. Won't you step over on tho Jersey cow, one Jersey cow with Lord's side and get under the blood? young heifer culf. one Jersey heifer, Incline you ear mid come unto irie; twvlvo bogs, averaging about 150 hear and your soul shall live, let the pounds, ami 26 nice shouts, tnew ivieked forsake his w.iy and t'le un- wa.gonl cultivator, plovs mid harness righteous man his thoughts; and let etc., one rubber tire buggy and harhim rutiirn unto the Lord, mid He ness, one buckboard, household nud will have mercy upon him; and to kitchen furniture, and 250 shocks of our God for Ho will abundantly par- com. Terms made known on day of don. Isa. 55. ilu-il'- fLY NE.TS " SUN 5HDt5 tito. W&i fri 'rr FOR 8UMMER DRIVING trie comfort of both Dorses and dm-er- a should be specially considered by securing a proper outnt or lap robes, blankets, fly nets and other necessaries rrom our complete assortment ot horse goods. Here are light, but strong and durable, single and doubla 1-- g. o rices. harness, admirably suited to road purposes, along with a hill line ot wort harness of the best Quality at flat Stanford. Ky. J C. McCLARY, fceveu-.venr-o- ld -2 FALL AND WINTER STYLES. My new full and winter sumnlvH are now ready tor jour Jnspectiou. They comprise the best on the market can suit anyone as to price who had bis clothes made u order. A suit made to jour meaau.e is preferable to ready made clothes. To bave them made to measure doesn't roiit hut mora than ready made when quallt? and fit Is considered. Come in and let me take your measure. H. C. RUPLEY. The Hntctical Tailor. ld J. L. Beazley & Co UNDERTAKERS AND ALSO DEALER IN FURNITURE, RUGS. THEY WILL EXCHANGE FURNITURE. FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. GIVE THEM A CALL PRICE RIGHT. MAT-TINQ- 8, FQR SALE! X (o.- - mtn, fy homo contatiiinc 2 acres and 15 poles of land, 4 miles houth of 4 miles east of StnnforoV on Dix Uiver at tho forks of th road, leading' from tho Diulderur'n Mill to Gilbert's Croek station, mora mid post office, which is one. mile Plenty of fruit, nood cistern, Rood bam and and dwelling and all Dat-so- n, Box GO. Address Pro. J. 70-J P. Chandler, Auct. Gilbert's Creek Ky. ld ld One-lair8. of cultivation, house of seven rooms, of cultivation; house of seven rooms und two porches never failing spring and ttfo fine ponds on the place three stock and one tobacco barn, tenant house of four rooms and nil other licicssaiy outbuildings. Will also offer ubout 30 head of stock owes, 4 mines in foal to jack 1 mule, 1 mule colt, 1 buggy horse colt, 1 horse, safe for women to drive. d cash, balance Terms and three years, iu in one two equal installments, bearing six per cent interest. H. F. Martin. Hustonville ft. D. I EIGHTY sale. For further particulars, call on or write, EIGHT ACRES OF J. W. Isaacs. Moreland, Ky. LAND AT PUBLIC SALE. I will sell on . LINCOLN NATIONAL COUNTY BANK. corner next to Court Houso Stanford. Kentucky. Saturday October 21 1911 miles north This land lies 2 2 of Crab Orchard on the Crub Orchard mid Stanford turnpike being putt of the Holmes farm. This land contains 2,000 cedar posts with no house. This sale will take place promptly at one o'clock, ou the premises. Terms easy aud made known on day uf sule. MILS. J. C. McClary S!ffa -OtT4 , I 5iii rSar AND FRUIT AND SHADE TREES. Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies. Hoses, Phlox, etc. Everything for orchard, lawn and garden. No Agents. Our prices may interest you. Free Catalogue. H, F. Hlllenmeyer & UNOERTKER EMBALMER N. A. OAKXKR J P, Chandler, Auct. V TANFORD. 'PfcoM W. HW 'P Sans, , II Lexinstoti, Ky l 'T'' HlUliai -Vf j.- -- uemiBilwiw.gw Sr M - p. i -- rjatitAlSMi! THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STOCK LAW ELECTION. .'. V STANFORD. -- KENTUCKY. sub-niiio- TUESDAY. tier, OCTOBER 17. 1911. J I FREE DEMONSTRATION 1 dynamite! -- I7AWTyITlr.T2 WITH I S 1 h I. ft i. normal I7V Vaynsbnrg i.iri n. mi Ml sinmnni laawor- - I rwinet No. 2. Wa.vnraWirg Precinct Di-- i rut NV lj tbftt ill tho time X'n 't. al tlii rwwtar tCnveiler eter- 7 iniiii.in was liletl the elitkiow tmtt jon (t ,t held on the 7th ilav ,Iipoiieil with the eminty eourt a of Nnrentyer. lwlll npon the II 1 em of iimney atitneicnt in the juilif- -i lowing qneatien, lnwit: "Are ikii in '! it of i he eonrt to ilefrny tho ex- - fnior of makiiu' K unlawfttl for cat- Slump liUstcJ out Into fircopd. -ill mil Wii'tinn; Hint by an lie. incltidiiiK. hornes, aaae, n.ulc. lrn, H Dfiwn from ictual plioionrsiph iii the fi'enl Court of Ijb-- i i coat and wuie to run at iiin' onthtiihlinca.' ff , i.i l Lonjr Tom Terv on the public bifcwai ami i At snino time I will nbjo iniiiil now ii' turet. the itmiri f Atul. iliTi-iir- tlxeil n the unit in nix evIOKed WihIm of the WxneMmu jcoii'e of, jrooi work borne. V2 hend i.M ; Mntti-icri-- in Ii in Ijtmioln connt of hojee, woiRliiii nbout ISO ponm1 dixtrirt? until Ii. r ii - more than 00 rin of cm The of ehwtion in each "piece, 3 mwi and , -vra-Tj, ,, 4. a ii if i t ri'itiiinr election to m nera ureeinct of mimI diatnet are diitxt- - to be wld in the heap, alno furmu k - ill f tha ed l nput a poll at toe neit nunra- - impicmcntM, all in (rood hape the court i , .i ami adjudges ber ehsetiiHi for the purpoae of as- - Rood pin no will also he offe .Ml i,.i. nml i illicit (iiit ilie ietitionern nt-- entitled to ceilainMis the will of the volers of this sale. HUtion of the vi' ilie praver Terms on day of sal. For fcr district upon sid qoestion. and iicil. which is done, and nn elee- - the clerk of this court ta directed to thrr information see Peo,i m nereny oroerwi 10 ue Mrs. E. J, Pooro, printed on the balloUfor each hae I hr 7th ilav of Xovernben 1911, taenia Yieta Ky, pre. in. in which the vote ia to be -na mi-- r " '' nmv lnt.ui the iiueation ahove act nut. Col. T. U. I2iurliah. Auel i'..- ii'ituinr eeeium an.,in in "" n V" "-"Bid .N HOC worth of itlery w Drowtjliom actual photognirli Ten month i.timr iweiiwla of Stanford Jfngie-tuit- il and there s.hal also be nnblkhed 20 Inntnet No. 1. of liiietta H06 WALLOW NEWS. iM'tore the election in at least Come end lenrn the modern, qutcJf, cheap and Kentucky, f'ir the purpose four tSMuew of the Stanfent Interior -- rertaininK tha ill of lh vot-i- iil i sale wny to use the (jtaut force ol dynamite to louinnl, of the said elec- From Ilie HosWoUow Kciilm kion uniol uid district npon the qnea-- l tion, which knll Dunk Bott Kditor. kvc tke dnt' of wii-cat-- ', in nhetber or Wt tliev Boulders, riant Trees. Dig Dilches. Remove Slumps ami he snb- ald flection, the qniestion The deacons of the Dor lid! .I'licmHv to run nt larn on ike twitted to Ihe eotee of said distriet, ebnrch haie appointed Elleck unei.closMj, Break Up Sultfoils and Make Old Farms Produce Big Crops. hmhwava i."li!n fnpU ,.tw,nnr d 1 and Ynm 8mui a cnmmttle I. nK of Slanfoitl. maeinteriul dia to BHh xive ralidily to said act. to ir up rkwe to the Hornet'.. Net Keo- -, t N'o. tii'-of liiiicoln count v, Copt Attest: G. COOPJ2R. at the cnarrh nod ascertain how loin: i in Uv. and for the purpose of hold 70-- 4 Clerk Uncoln Count v Conrt. il will be before nervice can usthiu ii, tins cleetlim tne nncer ol eiec' In obedience to the foreeoiuit or- be retmmed there. 101 tor ".lid mugiteriiil district m A Mlraiurer 'nine into Ilocwallow ... iliii'i-leWill Be Demonstrated on the Farm ol noil on the der of the Linooln C.MII.VV eomri. an to open a ui iM be held in the votiue; lthi week. lie is paddting oat ter- . ii.ite auoxc nnme.1 in each of the election magisterial i rilorr foe a imtiiit Move eye, and of A. M. Fe and, on Hustonville Pike 3 miles from lour voting pr'inet? emliractnl in precincts so. Wayneabnrjr a oi uncom county mild Fletcher Hcnstep half of the district, namely (Ustnet. ml mniiisterial town, Oct. 19, 10 A. M. Red Cross Dynamite xoti' precincts Noh. 1, 2, on tlii 7th day of Iovetuaer 1P11. in Pniled State for three dohar. :tiinforil ia said A I.itvoln is sold by Durham & Cecil Danville, Ky, W. H. j and 4. The clirk of the onuse to all resoeela ae prescribed .iseertaiiiiui soed swarm ot vellow tucket a par- for the pnrpeae of the Deputy ( 'unstable for eon court is dirctedto Higgins, Stanford, Ky. and T. D. Newland, Ntemble dlaliinec yesterday and be iirinlfil on the ballots to be iikiJ i be will of thevotsra of Wayncsbnnr. . I', this election the question "Are. m.i.'isteiial district Nu. 3, of lin-i- I bey were mt Irtven bark till he bad Stanford, Ky In countT upon th" Question turned and tired several shots at t Mii in fuxor of making it unlawful iftniS-iillMore tioods for less monev flow h the timi that werv one has to litiy to run at large whether or not tliet wish cattle ueu I hem from hehmn a -- tump. t for cattle jnaaaffrftm j.xus TasHMEHWHKEHSaHSlff WvU(ti on the Mihlie A blind man liung near Hounding some FALL and WINTER GOODS, we hove litem mi the public hutliwajM and unencloa- - erallv to' run at larse Clothing. Cloaks " " " "Tnmt " 1 iim II lut uninelosetl lands of TtilluWs b- almil iiereutidetl otilinti cloth, dress 'nootls cf all kinds, root sweaters, lilant-et- s id lamli of Stanford Mairiatril htchwnxs ami , HOG CHOLERA. , Cnnc and let us make you some prices and 3hoe for all the family dilsrict No. 1 of Lincoln county, snid Wayncsburg masistorial diitriot to join the E.xielsior l''iddynr Uaiwi. No. 3. This will be a kimh! improiewent for lhat will make you open your eyes fjiP tttll llOII. Kentucky?" . .. . e ... MM. Be"! mr-- '. -. ... nil n inr nnv u uri u u.. timnfli . G. B. Cooper. Clerk. iU be an awful the hand, but it X)tiw, o M;. uooti0 mmi be x JtWrSTML. lU.si I... .ur,l.-i..- l theexptllioi.liU.M W. L. IcCartv Sheriff. ettaiu on the blind man. V"y ti,mVnli;,.,n..r..!: IHthlwhed twenty .lnys before hand W. '. Crab Orclmrtl, Mies Trntie AlUoo will entcri.nn ", or ; ' ." nV:. WJQ1" in the Stiuifoi.l Interior Joumal, th e lV. ) Kondicky. , n!v nowpawr publialied in Linooln "... I ,:::, .V.'' In V. S XVtiiV.mi'tu.-.Hid- . a few choice fric'iih Wadnesday ai...Ht!..n WaCS&WWK STOCK LAW ELECTION .ir...-- tp in honor nt the now moon. ' ?V."t'V.I'""V,',V,rir,!r-i,t'ro-r ntlcoiii.tv. which notice .nnst appear in i . a:(t ,..., f.n. '?V Lrt.,TSrri..iionls. ll..vi.M.o.uii.oturl ltilu.iii i The arithmetic class at tke Wild .!. din in ii .1 Delicacy of the Anclenu, WaWKaV "uaiant ca h HoorlKai Itcinwlyimait lxU.gt...i. Ky mm ml5 . Snccinl term Lincoln Countv Court, Onion school oo.. btf Md , 0,ection Wne hu been 1wk-le- condition of the stiuimili. (Ii mi In Italy tula) pig ller are Bcrvea held September ath, 1911. Hon. hung iin thw week on mi In a way Uint Ii Kentucky mid the polla tboreof oompared and iip..rih...i James P. Bailey, Judge, presiding. New Stanford Druq Co.. Stanford. a hr Ahtrhla luilnru aruratnlv - er.u l.A The problein lifts to do with lierlain's Tablets arc the rt'sult tHinoniU'i'd ill the ntan- ..v.... IMO r.l.,...-viiiiviiuu petition of Iij the matter of tho atoaiaeh medlenve, intended cHjHH-ialMtiont wltb lierbe. nlt and wine, ther at tlib time, nml by the persons tho citizens of Crab Orchard Magis- the age of Mis Honletter I locks. Into small auKo nklns. Luke Mathewsia is uti'imring to' ly i act on that organ; to cleanse aro nntliorized to hold elections ami terial District asking for an elecTEACHERS. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR wmi one oy icai to eacn anil baked. Intcnne.l- - compare the polls and declare tho tion to be held on the 'quotation of npply for peiisioii on accotiui of it. strengthen it, tone and invigorate hi huvin been badly frighliMu'd for county, results rousts IcdiiV to Klimentary State CVjtiflcutc, (tlus ' officers, in elections heldthereof shall stock running nt largo u. to rt"rtilnte I he liter and to It.m- during the ciril war. nml the result BHIMliMfttfRlbiBHan dhte State CtrutUnte. Advanced State A petition signed by W. Lnmlgraf, oilivcl rm! etf-- ' ,. life iliploma). All tlicsc .certificates be spienil upon the recouls of this n ih bihon-ncProf. Sap Sprndlin has doniud H PROFESSIONAL AND i. VY. pj couw- - court at its ne.t regular term after J'llin Jufcr, August Abt. Edwin ptmt-an- d ..,,,., ; -- ii n.,1,1- :- sthools in Kentucky. Special luiilit AH dealers. 7s J OiailC White, Simon Petrey, U. D. Itoone, new shirt ,a better pair of BUSINESS CAHUJ g FREG TO APPOINTEES. the result is declared. oinii new .lioeR and ou this T a ,.k. neiew courses. TUITION . T. Manuel, 1 L. Chandler, J. (i. he is expecting the trustee- - lo The clerk of thet Lincoln county new Manual JIIIHIBHIi TV splendid dormitories, new Jlodel School, of A?nonl- - court, tho sheriff of Lincoln county, Livinpston. J. II. Liungstou, Win. make some i'otresMndiiuc iniprm. school, Department Petrey, 1). Seers, Chnmllcr, J. M. biiild!nS. Practico Trainin: J .mil tliu ofliccrs of election in the menls on the .ehnol home. " A. Kiulbun, Nic D. D. CARTER ture; a well equipped Uymnnsimn. votlTit; precincts ciubraceil Julius Jlergner, ISrouiibton, Ji tfer-Pollocks in packing "l Ulutz, (Jhailey David n.. ...lor in ii.lijinin.'f. nt i.nv tunc. Address. u...inn Mini nrniuiiii'K to move over on tbr . in .Stanford Alajristerjal District No. LIVERY AND FEED STADlfJ Ji-'" Ky. Montug, Henry G. CRABBE. President, Richmond, 1 of Lincoln county, Kentucky, arc i'lunimer, Joseph 20 MitsLel Ridge wl crc coustitutiug votes of the wot side of longer every STANFORD, KY perform nil of (Kidder, directed to do and he can sleep moriii'ik' rub Orchard district, was this da the respective duties required of tiled in of the sun rising later. Mibmis-mo- ii on account mien court, asking a Sidney llm'ks dreamed Inst night as a ice, ihein by the laws of this commonMASONS' HEETINQ. of tbo question whether cattle that he was ...IG-I- 7c MK FARM Eft: Make your nome as modern for your family fll bv u male. 'I In wealth in advertising ami conductI.lntoln UnIk No. en K.AA.M or any species thereof shall be pereeideiice, ami place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotation ing -election, in the preparation called this morning Hens 8 9c h'I'V."' '"""""""tmn immrk nr." imi telephone eemce public horse doctor whs large on of i. ... tiidhta j; but coald laid iio broken bones at any time. This can be accomplished bya meansthat mutraall compared with .mil preservation of the ballots nml mitted to run atunenclosed the s.i..L . ( .i .;".;-rv- vlill f..,i It Ithtnul II lit, I highway and lands in w I -- 2c i... IUTU 11M1I Lti,ilur. "' . iirri, Pinil which you ami vour neighlMirs can get for Him in ounvassim; and certifying tho The postmaster sas no more Roosters.. tm. -- ......., the Crab Orchard Magisterial Disa..,,,., ..j ,, I". W our nearest office or wrUo direct to Call or address iVii- of the vote, nnd it is directed 1he neneGta receivwl. stovepipes will lie sent turotigli mc Qncks satis-taeti7c nliiKtuil Hve, appearing to that said election to be held in all trict, and itthe court that the I IIS Illllll II II HIT. teadquarter. Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our social the of .. 10- -llc at present enjoying telephone service, we as required by law goern-iiij- r If von aro rate Misl'ruie Allsop's now hat can- Turkeys MACCABEES. names who aro signed to said lined cover the Stated of Kentucky Mich elections nml tho general ed Poke Knslcy's mule to run awnv Hides ..8- -8 I -- 2c .can immediate! interert von. Our A. V. Sine. .... election law in so far as it applies petition are legal voters in aid dis Tuesday evening. The mule ran for anil Ue Houtiiern jwruon Tenner. MisViipiu. f.ui-ian- a EAST TENNESSEF TEL. &. ou CO. is signed bv and that Deputy State Commander ...30 40c TEL. to tlii- - character of elections. A copy trict, to thereof,same that the law some distance nben it reiudied the New feathers Tllinoia. and " Stanofrd. Ky., ( INCIII POBATM.I G. Ii. COOPER. Clerk ami ihv ots.u.I elec- - forks of the toadwhich then, to ... STANFORD TENT NO. 7. I Lincoln Countv Court. I'1"'"''-- ' t a as to been com,, led with by said In obedieneo to' the foregoing or- - "'"?'" Moots : ui .;. iionday : Nimt ordered stopped and tinned back. derof the:ii Lincoln i eo.nty court, nuj lt'Uoncw, it islietbercfoie said ais- held m tliut nn election - - L ir- -t T I-l J i, :.. .. i. i .,i :.. n. r.... W. VV. BURGIf All Burled at Public Expeme. l'!ieh "-- t 1O ....... DlCNTIS'l'. ...,, - ..... i..L r wf..Ai Mim,.,ri. namely,t Crab voU"- - l,Il,l,e therein, There is at least one country la tho Orchard Precinct No. PHONE 153. w nothing to dlo. Office at Reldener Oistrict No. 1. of Lincoln county 1 No. L, world where h costs and Crab Orchard Precinct of S.vltwjrland ( on the "ill ilav of November 191 1, in ! CRAB of at the regular November election, In Boraodead,the enntoos OUR DUTY to our departed ones is plain. We till respects as prescribed in suiii rich as well as poor, are all tho 1911 (to be held on the 7th day of DR. T. W. PENNINGTON tho publls cxpenne. tor the ptuposc of nscrtainmj should erect an appropriate MEMORIAL over 1011) upon the following burled al ilie v ill of the voters of Stanford Noember, Dtntlit question towit: "Arc von in favor of Hours A.M. and I to 4. so lMi Magisterial District No. 1, of their final resting place. PUBLIC SALE OF STOCK MyorB Houso flats Stanford TW making it unlawful for cattle, includoUlce questini county upon ie I will on A monument is not expensive unless you care mules, sheep, gouts and rtlu'tlicr'or not they wish cnttlo gen-- ( ing asses, run nt largo on tha public WILL ADAMS Saturday October 21, 1911. to have it so. rally to run at largo on the public swine to Livery; all kinds of haullnB. Furhighways nnd unenclosed lands of Sell the following stock to the high- - i highways and uuinelosed lands of (be work is unsurpassed and considering qualOur niture packing. Crab Orchard Magisterial dis- esi imiiier: - iirooumarcs in loai 10 s-stiid Stanford Magisterial" District phone trict?" ity, is very cheAp. We have a large stock to sejack, .'1 mare mule colts', 1 horse :yj: , No. 1. The offlcers of election in inch colt; 1 Chester Jew G. B. Coooer. Clerk. J. . SteeiiberKen. sells, builds, relect from. direct- ell lilly. These hyrscs me good ..rivW. L. McCarty Shcriif. precinct of said district aro pairs unit adjusts scales at rock ed to open n p'oll nt the neit No- ers mid workers; ewes Southdown bottom prices. u Heo him Tor prices vember election for the, purposo of TKILMS. A credit of six mouths r,e ,lrv.you. huy- AUllreBB Stanford. Jt STOCK LAW election: '. U. No. 1. will of the voters on notes nt six per cent interest, ascertaining the w luo-- t J, of said district upon said question, iir;!otiablD ami pauthU' at the Crab Lexington, Ky. 5 Itixiilur term Lincoln County Court, ami tbu clerk of this court is directed Orchard Maul.. DR. W. N. CRAIG, DON'T BE TOO dENEROUS. 142 N. Broadway. V held August 14th, 1U11, lion. Jas to have printed on the ballots for (I. W. SPAN'OLMH, Crab Orchiud, OculUt and ODtleian P. Ruiley, Judge, proidiu, j with tho cement, itme, eto, you got Offki) ever II. J, McllobertH' Htoro. each voting place in nhich tho vote si-:iStanford, Ky. trom us. Hemember tnat nil our tmllil In tho rantter of tho petition of is to bo taken' the question above Inif niiitcrtnls arc mucb Btroncur tlmn the citizens of tlio Wnyncaburg Mac set out and (hero blmll also bu pubI GREAT CAMPAIGN OFFER. ttia ordinary and jtru can tlieroforo TI7WCET7TBLE istciial disiiict, asking for an elec- lished .0 days before the election In luuo been com- uso loss than ordinary quantities. It Arrangements So.Jl, HOUtll.IlltDv.M bo held on tho question of at least four issues of tho Stanford you llko we'll tell you Just how to tion to No. a, Hoillll, IHlli A M wo aro enabled to STANFORD, KENTL'JKY mix them to get the best results at Interior Journal, a notice of said pleted whereby No.JI, Surlh.lilu a, M 'ntock running nt largo: until tbo least cost. Vome in and ask us. N'o. '.1, North. SHU r. election, which shall give the, data offer the daily Courier-JournA petition signed by C. M. luoinp' NO.TI, lUitVA.M. 30, 1011 mid TIIK IN -No. K.liKlp. v. of baid ejection, tbu question to be December 8: submitted to tho voters of said dis- TKUIOll JOURNAL one full year for J. A ALLEN, ttanforj., Ky. JOS. 8. RICE, Auont. Haggard, W. Water, W. D. John trict and such fuels as may be ne only $1.80. Tho regular price of "" HENRY L. CASEY. D. V. S. cessary to give validity to said net Ihe Courier Journal is 50 cents a sou, J. A. Singleton, J. A. Hart, J. W.tS. Drye & Co. 11. C0OPKR, Clerk lll0iith. It. M.Jvee. 0. If, Cannon. J. W. A copy. Attest: 0. This is a ,remnrkablo offer, Veterinarian UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMER 7 Thompson, fleorgo Williams, rJ. W. rj-- u Lincoln uouuiv uuun, ,,d the sooner you send in your or- Director Animal Industry (u obedience to the foregoing or- Hustonville, Ky. Ma', Win. Morgan, Richard Mayrard wU t l0 Cour. Former lw Uw on Philippine Islonds. Telephone In Office Wash Spaw, IL W. Waddle. 11. It. tier of the Lmro fo.u.ty c.mil. nn Tho ,.olilieul campaign Inarian United Stutes Army .J l. election wi I bo held in the voting J. It. Hlcvciis. H. Y. J- JOHN COOK Office fc.OrJAN'8 STABLE, l'bonu 4::, V renlinB the I. V" Seth Reynolds, Hill Sprudliu picincli. of Cinl. Orohnvd inngi.tcr- - N'- .,. ..- - ....., Veterinary Surgeon and dentist. or t.mcoin county Agent American Hog utiotera Scrum. i nd A. P. Morgan, and constituting lit district No. Specialist op 'II horse and animal more than 'JO voters i.f the Waviic oil the th diiv of November 1911. in mr Journal not to the Courier Jour- ( DANVILLE. KY. ' urg nagisterinl dittiet, disease. Stanford, Ky. Phone 194 this f.ll respects ns preseribwl in said r t was , TO-DAPrerinel 1, -- 1 .K-fe- Hli.SNaw r ...viv .,. I m?aSBm Utrr-StN- Msilpf we . .... .vrrMjTKKSi!ifel':i Special term Lincoln Countv Court, held September 7tli, 1011, Hon. Jniiion P. llniloy, Judge, presiding. The nolition of W. II. Trnvlqr and others was thm ilny filed in 0en ',.'irt, nml i now noted of record, submission f the prating lor U.uc-tio- n whether cattle jeitumlly bo permitted to rnn t lnrjra ! uneit-- -. imbtie IiHjhwavx l.imN ot Stantonl MajriIer- No. 1 of l.meoln county, ui' Di-tIm ii'ih k j it appearing from h con--nmimn .of said petition that it I . Im in -- irneil more than f wenty hi it-- who reahle in nml are . p tin- il il s. 1 ftA n ilny filed in open court, nsking n of the question whether entile, or nuy species thereof shnll ho permitted In run at largo on the puMie luchwnys nml unenclosed lands of tho Wnyuosunty itintcr-in- l district, nml it appearing to tho satisfaction of tho eonrt tlmt Ute persona wIiiho naim are signed to paid petiiiiHi nru legal voters in said district, and Unit same i sign-n- l by more than 'JO voter thereof, and iliHt llir Jaw rehtUvo to the calling of wiiil election lie been with lv anid petitioner, it is therefore ordered that an de tion le held in iil district at eaeh voting Hare therein, namely, Vano-linrrinn-pliev for the purpose of tiacrriniiiing the will of tho vnlcra of Crnh Oreh-i- i nl miRiaterinl ilistrlet No. 2, of Lincoln eoiiiitv upon the nuenlimi vlielher or not tliay wit.'i mtlla neutrally to run nt Junto on tho public S SADDLE HORSES liclonqlnn lo Ilie cshlc of the laic l.iiuN of liipliwny nnil tininelnaeil niil Crab Orchard mafriaterinl ilie-tr- Dr. W. L. Hockatlay, to be held nt thr farm, near WHITE'S STATION, Administrator's Sale OF 011 HIGH-CLAS- No. 2. G. D. Cooncr, Clerk. V. L MeCurt Shenff. KY Wednesday, October 18, 1911, iidtinl N. i -- An '.innrccrilcnlcd oiinnrliinllv lo sprum the vrrv imct ini nt in,u. Hint will he hffrrcd for n lonn lime. These horses represent rc- SHII9 Hum imiM t.irciui iii.uinq ni mc very nest horses in Ihc state. The Tuesday, October 17, 1911 IteKinninK nt 10 h. in., my farm ot offer nq consists of vminnsters by snrh ureat sires as Hex Pcavlne, I73C ncd Mconn Id 2554. Dandy Jim 2nd. 1531: brgotl marcs hy Kluq Richard, Mucna Vwtn Qarrnrtl county, of SOneron of aphutdid limit 2B79; Montuomery Chief, 1361 RexMcDonald 033 and Gold Diisl. 2581. hml ctwtainiiiK seven room liou-- e Tlicrc art colts In this offcrlmi qood cnouqli to hrad any brcctlinq and fit for any show rlntj. Catalonuc of horses ready in Rood rciNtir. I'mce has n ajileixlnl k Address veil at ilnor. two Rood airinir in Oclobrr 2nd. 1911. light of house; ninninjt flream thm' intiro place, fnilt ot all kindx (tooil lerhool ami three chnrchea in mrIu rhouae. A lino tobneoo nml a'o on plane anil all other necew-fheeOR A. K. DOTY, Ailmr. ol W. L. Hockaday. PUBLIC SALE! I will eell at pnMie outerv on J. S. Hockaday, Berea, Ky., R. F. D. p. i m-l- ut flci-iioii- iil offl-cr- a pi; lt !IE e i mmmemwB i , rr nn iv ad .., Hell-wan- r (fPiPcssBYN AMITE a We sold last year several Npw ria Gram 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 form depth. The drills have proven a success and we recommend them. Call and get circulars andbecome posted. m FEOHIi-- 4 tas W. Ha -- Stanford, Ky. Higgins. ' or-di- 'f. Stir lotto 4 -- - ! ! '!" In-e- maf.mj Mr,e&m Igl'gyjy 'iyiSSUy L'Vi: ti': n.- ii L. L SANDERS , ' ;... ,, .:,. m.l J I cKsi-nti-i- ii-- - " , j P. .;.. i.,a -- ss i We Are .44 &UKAL TELEPHONES. Paying tod ay 'for 'i ki.-kc- re-t-- fot-i- l. "bar-mierLin- ,r,.ni.:",.,r"..'i'' liri.. 'r" ' "".i nt per-ton- s' rc-pe- 70-4- Attt: "' lVlUlNUlVlEilN - - f-- ,.,.' or-it- cr, H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudon Mgr. ORCI-'ARD- 1 " three-year-o- ld Wrrie Adams & Son - t ..fcm'seySVSy'ifr'a'' p. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, LN. al M PROGRBSSIYB xpSSZSX "ASSKft STRONG ACCOMMODATING CAPITAL $50,000. Y. And Seeking Your Bank Account. Ex-Vot- er Open an Account With us SURPLUS $25,000 Unl-liin- 1 "i. ' .s ' ' wt il f '- if THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY TUESDAY. OCTOBER 17. I, '"V 1911. . Unmatchable shoes in ladies fine shoes. s THE QUICKEST Sft LES We make are to customers who have looked around and are enabled to carefully compare our merchandise and prices with that of other stores. Dependability is the watchword here We Want Your Patronage today and tomorrow, this year and next year, that's why we are New Suits Cloaks Dresses Coming in Underwear ;A every day. ( for everybody from infants to men. Blankets 59c to $10 per pair. See the new wool nap. SOCIAL so careful about the article we sell being just right in quality. Get the habit of trading at this store; enjoy its liberal insurance policy, everything as represented or your money back. Our Stock Is Right up To the Minute In Style. Stanford, Kentucky. Mm. W. S. (irliutoad, i and PERSONAL .1. It 1" Mary Ilacklay left yttwlHV SHORT LOCALS. Antilles California to spend Ihe winter. Mr. .1. H. Darker, of Altville. X. SouveniiM for ever one at I'nni', C in the guoat of her mother, Mr. will havu my opening of fall and It. It. MeKinney, at lluatomilte. Mr. mid Mr. Itarkcr will noon go to winter millinery on Saturday Oct. Hylva, N C., to reside whore Mr. 21. .Mrs. C. M. You nr. Highland, Mr- -. V. L. McCarty in spending .1 fli.Tt time at tlu National Sam-loriii- Ititrker hn accepted a nieu Hmitum. Mr. xiiil Mr. James Woods nud ut Martutaville. Indiana. For Sale My hoiro ou K.ist .Main Mr. Jo. 1 locker (if Kansns City, attractive eluldreii hae moved into US If home on the Knob Lick street. IT. C. nuitgtitmui. Iihm been she jrueat of his lirutlmr Mr. their lieu J. iS. Docker ItiTf for scvornl days. pike. ,1 II. Williams and two ehildren, of Shim Hardin, of London, . Mr Tho ladies of the Crab Orehaid tlii1 fiic- -t of Mr. !. 1). Wecircn last Jnckshoro, Teiin., returned home Christian church will have a HalSunday after a pleasant x i it to hid vtiek. Mr, linn Craig Idft last work, lor brother. J. 1. Williams and family low e'en paity oil the evening of Oct. tJIht. Al' arc invited. Ilnltimorc, N. t'., where ahc will b .it MeKinney. the gncat of Miss Mariu Iturnos for Mrs. Dogue llrown, of Garrard, a plcupaut visit. spent several davs last week with I)r Allintion K. PS. Important meetCol. anil Mr. J. M. Willi, of Crab mid Mrs. I'.. J. ltiown. ing for Thursday night Oct. 39. Kv-eOichunl. vtere 111 Stanford,' 11 tthort member is urgul to bo present L. 1'. Woods cent several days time last week fii route home nfter with his dauchter Mrs. (5roer C. W. W. Saunders, K. of It. ami S. a visit to Col. Willis" IirothiT A. It. Anderson at Mt. Sterling last week Col. Willie WiIIih at Hlebmontl. Mi8 Siiban Kislier Woods has reCoiigivsNiiian Swagnr Sherley, of havs that inutiv improvements' will turned from a seer.il weeks' isit Louisville made n splendid speech made at ( rob Orchard Spring to Mrs). Anderson. le for ilomocrnev at Danville Moudav. during the winter inoiiths. tinning Miss I'.hzabeth De, the I JV.. A gieat inanv Lineohi county men vhich it ill hi a new swimming pool, ut 1'leasitiit heard him and were well (ilensed. Milui'd eorri.oiideiit 1, nil an electric light plant. J'oint, has iiceeptcd a nice position with the Hub Department Store at J. IT. Kason, of Atlnnlu, Kansas, DatiMlle. who is p.irk keeper for that thriving Mr- -. II. I). Campbell and handsome city, has just made a sundial out of Miunc Mill. Krnet of t rah Orer.ard toiliij; which is attracting much hot iter, Mrs. ..n the guests .f favorable newspaper comment. He is ,t. K Cumiiims . brother of Win. F.ason, of the Messrs. Stanle Stephe.iMoii and Oieen liver section of Lincoln and ISurdctU I'owell, Cnt Kiffe; Oeorjre was reared in that section. MeKmue. 0. L. Itradley, Hev. W. S. T. I'owell, Willis Sam MeKinney, S. The Ladies of the Itnpti-- t church llowen (liner, W. S. Dlje, Abo Newu ton, and W. 0. Speed eiinw down will havo an exchange at the Saturday, to which all are infrom the West Knd last week to hear the trial of the whisky election ease vited. 111 the Counlv Court. Ourcd by Lydia I:. PinkharrTs Mr. J. Kewbern, of Hustonxillu The Ciab Orchard school tax is and Mrs. U. W. Keenon, of Horrodn-burg- , p.iRt due. The hooks are at the Crab Vegetable Compound came jlown with Mr. C. W. Orchnrd Hanking Company's round, Wis. "I am glad to an. Ail.uiiH lrom Hiibtoiivillo in his auto and nil owing this tax will oflice. please jiounco that 1 have lieen cured of dys-- to be the guest of their bister, Mrn call and settle at once. O. M. tn'pM.i nnu icmaio troubles by you r T. W. I'ennuigtou last Friday.Sutur-il- Lackey, Treasurer. 111 die inc. I had Jim Hob Newlaml left last he h.ir, Utii trotibl! with for Dallas Texas wheie ImiUi Don't forget that Speaker Champ for fourteen been lotutrd for the past oeeral yearn and consulted ears m tlm lailroad luihinesu. He Clink will bo at the Stanford Opera dllTcrciit doctors, M.-i- t i House next Monday night. A great but failed to Ret any 'ms luid a most ploiiMiut relief. After using Ins pareutx, Mr. and Mr. T. D. rowd will undoubtedly be 011 hand to hear this distinguished Ameril.ydlaK. Pinkham's New land. Vogtitablo d Mrs. Fiimiie Melealf left Saturday can. and Itlood DariMlle to visit her son, Thus. l'liritler 1 can nay 1 lor J. T. FOR SALE! am 'a well woman. Metealf, and grandson, 1'rof. Mv liiimt. in Hnstnnville. ICv.. 2 'J I can't Had words to express my thanks Metrali. Tiiieville Sun. Tho many friends hae reeened acres well fenced, house containing for tlio good your medicine has dono rue. 011 may publish tins it you wisri. the following invitation: Mrs. Daud ft minus besides inintrT and hath Mrs. llhiiuAX SiKTii, round. Wis. W. Dunn invites you to be present at ,'t porches cistern and never Tho success of Lydia V.. I'lnkhani's the marriage of her daughter. C.viena Tootn, failing well at door, good barn and Vep'tabln C'omHHind. nude from routs May, mi Wedne.s-iiuand herbs, is unparalleled. It may bo to Dr. 0ear Lojd tho firt, nineteen all other necessary outbuildings. Kovember Used with perfect conlldenco by women Splendid gniden. Terms eiiy. G. who suiter from displacements, Inflam- hundred nnd eleven, at nine o clock T. ARhlock, Hustonville, Ky. 8:2-- 4 1 mation, ulceration. Ilbrold tumors, Ir- 1 . M :t:i West Itroailway, Danville, regularities, periodlo pains, backache, Kentucky. bearing-dowfeeling, ilatulrncy, lndl. Former Governor J. C. W. Heek-liaMr. and Mrs George Crov have pestlon, dizziness, or nervous prostrais billed to tipcok for McCreary returned from SauUbury, Jv. ;, tion. they have been visiting their nnd the democratic- ticket at LanFor Uilrty years Lydia E. Pinkham's where Miscaster Saturday afternoon, Oct. '28. Vegetable Compound has been tho sister. They left toe Joplm. to have him ftnnd.ird remedy for female ills, and souri, accompanied by Miss Limio An effort will bo made night to defullering women owo it to themselves 1'hillips 'f LHwrty, who will make come to Stanford that medicine trial. ' to at least giru thismat nasa cureu them a visit. Dunville Advocate. liver nu address. JToor is utiiuuiani it nud tuimly ol Thus. .Mclteatli of others, and why should Hovle county, were in tho city this not euro your tho funeral of his Tf van want sneclnl ntlvico write week to attend .Mclteath. Somerset I.yiin.MasH..fur it father, II. F. Ira. IMiikliuiiL. Times It Is froo unci alwuyn helpful. Mi for Lim 1 m 1 Miss I'fltlimnv llclilen hns been tin truest it Mi Klfio Farmer. . V. .lame anil daughter Mia Cloitii were here jctti'iday from Arntii.i Mr. mid Mi. Jitmca Arin of C'nfniiltell-till- f, have 1111 the gucMn ut W . 0. Martin ami mother. H. of London, the irue! of her duulitei, Mr. llmria. . tM, Col J. Ilenrj lliiiihhi, of Jm"cIioii was here yolerihiy on The bet plaster: A piece m ll.iu nel ihiinpeiiid with Clininlx r' uii'h Liniment and bound on over tin at fa-lipints is superior lo a liftnnd costs only one tenth as much. For mIh by nil dealers. er 74 .it o- For indittcslioii, loud or if us, for sour liiii'j- - ol ii sucuts, dissinefi fi. L. t'eunv guiifliiit'i's IiciiiIhoI'c or bloutiiu- - .!i - We are prepaicd to install hot water nnd hot air heating, plumbing t. en.. Conn ltrwi., Lancaster. 81-t- The lndiot, of tho Huptist cliurch have rusyivi'd Wednesdiiy November lit lor an exchnnge. Films'. Don't miss that demonstration at . ,j ry only the W. S. Fish represents best and stronnest insurance Let him keep you protected. com-onni- The Postmaster General has designated the Lincoln (ouutv National hank and the Firt Nntionl Dank, of this city ns depositories for the postal, savings bank to be established here. Hooks for your stato nnd county Maxes are now ready. Please call and settle. W. L. McCnrty, sheriff. DOCTORS H'riVe In: Ujlri' AdvKory Dept. Chatta-soN. n a Medicine Co., Chjttannot a, Tenn., for Sprnal Jrutructionii. and 64pare book, "Home Treatment lor Wooea," lent in plain wrapper, on request. ou ar0 not experimenting on it conltiin no harmful drug. Sold 78-- 4 when you take Chamhet bv nil dealers. hill's Cough Kcinedy for a cold n Don't trille with n cold, is good that preparation bus won its gieut reputation nnd extensive sulij bv its advice for prudent men nnd women. After Operation Failed to Help, remarkable cures of colds, nnd can It nmy be. vital in ense of n child. Card.!! Worked Like a Charm. nl wins ,o depended upon. It is Tin re is nothing belter than Chamcipi.illy valuable for adults and chil-Ire- n berlain's Cough Ifcnu'ily Cor coughs Jonesvllle, S. C "I suffered with nnd may be given lo voiing nml cohl in children. It is safe womanly trouble," writes Mrs. J. S. children with implicit confidence ns tuul srre. For snle bv all denlori. Kemlrlck, In a letter from this place, "anil at times, I could not bear to stand on my feet. Tho doctor said I would never bo nny better, and that I would havo to havo an operation, or I would havo a cancer. I went to tho hospital, and they operated on me, but I got nd better. They said medicines would do mo no good, and I thoughts would have to die. At last I tried Cardul, and began to Improve, so I continued using It. Now, I am well, and can do my own work. I don't feel any pains. Cardul worked like a charm." There must bo merit In this purely vegetable, tonic remedy, for women Cardul for It has been In successful use for more than CO years, for tho treatment of womanly weakness and disease. Please try It, for your troubles. t Aivlllll VVORKFri I yourself LIKE A CHARM FAILED TO HELP HER post-oftie- l. uj Clnunch of (Midd!e-biir- g hns just closed a weeks meeting nt New Salem Lincoln counlv, 18 Newhind was in Harrods- Dick I urg Friday and heuid Kilwiird J. confessions by baptism. MeDermntt make a splendid siieech. Mr. T. W. Iliilciieson, who recentMr. Newland says it was n rousing, old time democratic speech, und took ly returned from Arizona where he I as been for about a year brought to those vho heard him by storm. the I. J. office a Hnrtlett pear which one nt tlio laiccst ever seen in Hev. C. T. Clnunch. of Midd'e-bur- is this It weights exof the reports has has just closed a actlypart pound state. ounce; and is and (' a s, meeting with pastor A. S. gie.it ycllowvaml film and will undoubtedly .it Friendship Casey county, eat splendid; v vn'th If) for baptism and one bv fellowship. Tho church was filled with NICE HOME FOR SALE new zeal and cnthusinsm. A cottnge with six rooms out Watch for the big Cooking Exhibit buildings nnd two acres of land. nt Gcortic H. Fnrris' Monday Octo- Apply to Mary T. Jones, Lebanon, Marion County Ky. ber 10th, to the llst. -g. Jef-fiic- Kev. C. T. JACK FROST Reminds us that we will have to have some more new clothes, and we want to remind vou that our Fall Line is the best that vou ever saw.. We are iellinq 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 sellinq about 200 suits at half price In order to make room for our blu fall line. The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx all wool Clothes Cuidid-d- s & Wearer), Stanford, Ky. Com-txnm- y. n m - EAT BREAD Anil if you want qood bread order No. I Fancy Patent Baiicihniaii's Flour from your grocer. He will thai tie 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 Bauah-man- 's flour. YOU CAN'T BEAT IT. Every sack nuaranteed to be s. Special deal on malleable ranges patch from Frankfort says that the ibis week. first installment of school money '2(1 Let me overhaul your gasoline pei cent, amounting to t444,llSS, for the county school teachers, is engine and avoid cold weather being sent out to the county super- troubles this winter. D. Dallou. intendents this week. The money Leave word at the I. J. office. for the city si'linoU will he sent Intel, probably by November, 1. For Sale. Five or six dozen White nud llrown Leghorn pullets My house nnd lot on und some i For Sale. mixed breeds. F. C. Whitley nvenuo near Miller street Uriinswcig, H. P. D. No. 1 Stanford. House contains five rooms nnd sum ruer kitchen; running water, nnd there is r good cistern on the placo Pay your city tax now. Six lot is 445 feet long by 70 feet and cent "will be udded Nov. 1st. Ii. D. has a stable nnd all necessary out- Carter. 80-t- f. buildings. A bargain E. Wilkin75-son. Stanford- Fresh Oysters just received. Fields Dros., at Jesse Lynn's old stand. To the Editor of Interior Journal. When it was announced that the Phone No. 168 for fire insurance Baptist Women's Educational Conin barn. R. M. New-lan- d vention would meet in our town wu on vour tobacco Anent line! tho nssurnnco that our whito citizens would assist us. 11ns Diedue I nm paying highest prices for has been made good and besides inchickens nnd nil kinus dividual encouragement, tlm white fresh eggs, produce. Fields Pros., Itantist. I'rcshvtcrian. Methodist and of country Lynn's old stnnd. Christian churches not only heard Stanford at Jesse our representative, but L'nvo us lib eral collection for our work, Tho total amount ie"cied by the convention durimr the week was $!.- We desire in this manner fi"8.97. to thank theso churches and our friends for their helpful 'assistance. A. L. Cnulder, Pastor. S0-2- p. 8. Good iu'hi. for teachers. A dis- rr NEW GOODS. A Partial List of Fall Goods just Received. Wft havt. ii icf rorti)pA u rirAffr I $100 Reward, $100. ITCH! ITCH! ITCH! Prrntch nnd nib ruli anil Boratch until yuu IVul uu If you coulit almont teur the burnlmr Bkln from our body unlit It wriii oh If you could m lonucr endure thevo tndlesn ilayn of iiwful torluri tlio.Ho terrible nlshta Of HltfplfHH IIKOIiy, Tlirn n tfv ilrop of D. D T., tlio fumnim Kezema b'peelfle nnd. Oh' what relief The Itch norm Instantly' Comlaxll fort and rest at lOinple I). l. D. Is a axtrrnil wali that cleanse und liculs (be Inlluineil A rvcomiized Kkln n nothing tlso cun. ppecltlo for Kriemo, 1'sorhiHls. Halt any other skin trouble. Utivuin or Wa cun site ou a full ulxn bottle of the (cenulne I r, II remedy for botMe II 00 and If tho very first cost fi 'i yoj a to bIvo relief It will n i cn also can Kiv vcu a kjuti lit. We liy HUftcr a at r tle for ii cciiti) day when you van ttt li. V. I.T T 1 I s. STRICTLY FIRST CLASS. On sale in every nrocery store in Stanford, and the malorlty of the stores in the county. j. i H. BAUGHMAN & CO. Stanford, Ky. . Shuaars i. Tanner. Druaolsts. 'Molly thinks it is possible- to trum n husband to pertorm many useful feats, but one of tho most cliflicult is to teach him to buy economically for the household. I iust & ift write n note, bend mv husband to &&& 'Ji i:-- Col ey iS. Coleman's aid back comes posted just what I ordered nml M how i'. OOOO OO 1 vv mt it." . II' t Jlemum Utir.ul.. 0 ( T. Wilson, C. M Allen, COFFEY 4. COLEMAN, J It. Maiming Prompt Dtllvtry, Phont 1M. fc.. !?elehenbaeb Hro. Cmurrli. Hill's CsUtrb Cure Csiurli rure now saoon la tlu inedlcil tratrroltjr. txlng s coiuUtutlonsi UIm'wc, requires s cuutitu-tmi- ul trrslincat. lUUs CkUrrh Cure Is Ukcn srtlnx dlrertiir upon the bloud snd murou dfstroylns ih .trm. thrrt-bmrUris o( Uie snU slvbis the (utkiul touiMlitlaii al the itrtustb. by bulkllng up the euuaritutton sod smUI tag nature In douut Its sulk. TIm iHupnrion have w much lallh In Its curators posrra that they "cr One llundml Dollars lor any raie that It talis U cure, svnj Iwr lint of trsthuonlals Addrns F J. CUI.M.V i. CO.. 1 oledo, O !Se. Sld br all DruktUts.puis lor comtlpity . "skellau slain" y tint there M st lewt one ilrradnl dlnniM tbt anil tht Is bu twea sble to run la all IUIs hum, only puaitlve the The mulcn of thb prr will be pleurd to lesrn BETSY'S POINTERS: line ol dress goods in Serges, Mohairs, etc.. and in all colors. Also new line of Silks and Satins and trimmings to match. We handle only goods of quality and guaran tee prices. Come In And Look Them Over. aaa oaoo Hughes, Martin & Co., Stanford, Ky, b Par THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, THE FARMERS STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 17. 1911 Kur Sale. Iltiick llcrkshiio bonro hihI Huff Orpinaton chickens. C. C. Wither, Itoulc 2, Stanford, Ky. l'or rent fur 11)12, my fnrm on Ilnnghkr Fork, coiitniniiij? 120 ncrcs. Sirs. Jemdc Slum?, Slnnfonl, Ky., We lmvi n bitjcr for n fnrm ot iibout 100 nerca well improved nnd on pike If vii have nnythiiiK near thK list, it willi us. Hughes & y, Relieves Backache Instantly Sloan's Liniment is n great remedy for backache. It ami relieves penetrates the pain instantly no rubbing necessary just lay it on lightly. BIG STOCK SALE i aaaajaaaa, a MMB Bakni(iaaaaaailaaaaaaaaiililaiiaaBBBBBBBBBB.iIB.BB.sl(BBIBa Stanford. C2tf 100 ncres land with Kent. tour mom cottnjjc larjre lolmcco 25 acres for small grain, 10 tiers in meadow, 05 nere for corn X. W. Pipes, Huston-ij' lid tolwpoo. lrn, h, Iy. horiH dimippeurcd iiijo. S0-3- t. fat my, with about '100. Jcisoj heifer short, crnokcfl about six weeks "I hjd my KkV hurt In the tlotr Wr and In San tranclKo ! . jtari Xm,1 ai Ml It iiml raf in lh I tried all kind, of dope without am, c Two anki ago I taw your linl. ment In a dnif atore and a;ot a hnttla to Horc's Proof. um trr, nu, Ihtfintapplkatloncausrdiruuni and now ttcept lor a Imlt alia. 1 am alrnont wrll tLLTUlKK NORMAN, Ilewnrd. C. K. .McClure. More-Ihim- I, 0''H Ky. P. W. Carter sold two steers to cents nnil .1. II. Iliuighninu nt I lo Jones & Co., 2 heifers ill I cents. S. J. Hell sold to W. 11. Shanks h'.st week u nice RchliiiR for $140. J. II. Hiiiishman Iioiisrht 20 litrnl of J. 100 pound cattle from V. II. Pep-ule- s la-- t week at 4 cents. 2 S. J. Hell houcht a niee 71 I'ere farm near McKinncy from Joo It. Williams for which lie paid $(10 ul acre. There are no improvements 2 Whiulcr.UUf. SLOANS LINIMENT is rlic best remedy for rheumatism, neuralgia, sore throat and sprains. (or rheumatism. I have uwd ilx bottle! of it and It is grand." Thursday, Oct 1 9, 1 9 1 1 4SO head of Horses, Mules, Jennets, Cattle, Hogs Sheep and N will 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 l mmmmmmmimmuma HORSES 1 1 1 1 1 12 Mil n. Him of ProoU, N.Y., write: "Sloan's Liniment lithe tat Sold by an Dealers. Price, 25c., 50c, and $1.00. iii the place. total .! amounted to over $1,400 iiiernpiii! a tiifle under 'X. At the l. I.. Go-- e sale in Hoyle .shorthorn cattle ram;iiig in age from calve to aged animals brought from .:i."i to ."." per head. Jennets from i to .100., the latter having u colt bv her side, aged work mules u tid hnr-- e stock from $7." to $12. " l,,in ,l,lck l'!j!i" 1Xi, "",(1 ewes, about $5 per bead. The tobacco sold by the aero cut and on the stick, in the barn sold at .$102 per acre. (500 shocks of corn, sold at $1.70 to $1.8"i per shock, estimated to have brought $2.50 to $2.73 rc-- r barrel in the field. Allen S. Kdelen of lturgiii, sold Gar-nir- d Geo. U. Hnwlejy of Grady, Ark., sold hist week a two-- ear-ol- d Chief olt out of n lied Kngle Montgomery Gay. Jr., u fine Chief colt. The price was mare to M. 0. Slanfonl. of Duraut, youngster Oklahoma, for 2."0. Jr. Jlundiy $100. The new home. Ins been shipped to his hnt- - unite a demand from the southAuctioneer M. 1". Kennedy reports of hi-- , grnml west for the prodti'-the sale of Frank I Hedford, which stulliou. The larae-.- t shipment of inu'e- - ever took place Friday near Elizabeth, as front C.irli-l- e wn. that by II. X. follows.: Aged mules $40 to $115 Itdiikiu, of that city, who ent three per head; yearling mules $75 per cur load yearling to l'eiuisylvania head; Ilrood sows, $15 to $.'!0; milch buyers, one carload to Maryland and cows, $40 to $S0r sheep $."! per Iiertil The value chickens. 35 to 4( cents each; ducks one carload to Teimes-e- e. of the mules was at least VJO.00O. $2 a pair, geese, ,50 cents to $1.25 each; gray eagle, $1.23; com in crib The mule market has been very active in Nicholas countv in the lust $4.10 in r barrel; hams, 20 cents per pound; bacon, 13 cents per pound few duys. At Lexington the trottim; stallion t'a lining implements sold well. Atwas .sold tendance good Iloiirbon Xews. Fleetrio Todd, 2:0!) The farm of David Xoble in MadiWednesday to Kmil Jacob-o- il for an Aiistiiau buyer whose name could not son county formerly the property of he learned. The pi ice paid was said the late Joe Chenault, was subdivided The to be f,000. The horse is l,v Todd imd sold puhliel.N last week. r,ut of Chloe Wilkes bv Wilkes hoy. largest tiact sold comprise 00 acres llo vas the piopertv of J. J. Moouey and was purchased by Mr. J. 1$. for $1,3(50.80; Charlie Ten-il- l of Toledo O.. ami has been in the nifing stable of Lou McDonald this bought 30 acres for S3.S70; W. D. Durham 20 acres for $2,840. and season. J. dm I'.aldwiu 20 acres for $2.(50. Ill Woodfotd count.v. McKee I!ro sold hist week at auction, u tine lot FOR SALE! of Duroc Jerev hou-- . consitini: nl' 4.'l Iki.i rs and sows. The ton tiriee l'ift to one hundred nnd fifty .7( was nnid bv H. of Suclbyville, for a hoar furrowed in choice ewes bred to Shropshire nnd March, 1011. Others sold at Hi I Southdown bucks. Some thorough-ft.1II. II. CHOW. $14; ows ran.'cd in prices from 'bred Duroc boars. JiO. I2 $40 don ii to jKM The .Sbclliv Citv.. Kv. Phono 8 two rilms county last week. Itobert Hankin got 18 coll at an averase of about t"i apiece and Luce Brothers bought 111 at about the swiie fmure. Uhe Capt. T. I). Knuli-auctioneer, who Danville ale at i ried the Tluirman & l'ettus SiirimifieM says that Middle bred Voims"tei4 -- "Id at from I30 to frfiM brood mares at from .fl.'O to J2.0j uiWe colls at from -- 30 to .l.'J."i and medium vearliug mules at from $123 to M5. Luce Ilros., of the Ifublde section bought it nice mare mule colt from John Spoouamore for $S0. Joe II. 'Miinliy of Iluotonville pike S. II. Tmimhnimi sold to .lames Yowell of the WiM Knd Ctrl 100 Hi oil of the Wesl Knd 10 1,100- - po n.d tins woek at ttlc to lie dt'liu-reJ cent, a piiaud. Win. Kiimiii raided a pumpkin on lii. fnim in the Clrecu river section 'J jilc from MoKinney that weighed pounds. This some "puinp-l.ui58 Who can heiit it. .I..T. Nncklcj. of the Danville pike sold to das. W. Williams u r,hort-Lor- n steer and n 'lice heifer for 101. A number of Lincoln county mule loedcrs picked up a number of likely -2 ". IK?'$5r-lB- UY?SJBSiaNMifm HPwL Jkjg B ah ' laWlrv f on J'oultry if nt free. Addrraa Holland i ounoteis in Mercer h. well-kno- 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 Q year old .registered saddle mare, in foal to Carroll Preston ; 1 7 year old mare by .Pence, in foal to The Warfield I 8 year old Percheron mare in foal to jack 1 4 year old mare 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 . . ', "Weanling Colt out of Western mare. Weanling Horse Colt out .of a Pence mare by Dr. Munson Weanling Horse Colt out of Percheron mare by George Hurr. Weanling Filly Colt out ot Golddust mare by Ashland Brook. . II . . , JACK STOCK 1 A Mont-ifoine- iy 1 1 3 year old jennet bred to W- T. Robinson's big $3,000 Mammoth jack 4 year old jennet bred to Baugh man's Napoleon 9 year old jennet heavy in foal. - MULES yeajling mules to be sold old horse in pairs, well mated. 2 well matched and well broke sorrel two-yea- r hand 3 year old sorrel mare mules, fit to ship. 2 well matched 15 mules. hand brown mare mules, 6 years old, fatand ready to ship 2 well mated 15 10 good work mules from 3 to 9 years old, all fat. 1-- 4 18 mule colts some of which are already weaned. 16 3-- 4 1- -2 2. CATTLE old Jeisey cow, fresh by or before 2 yearling Jersey heifers, fine stock 1 blue-roaweanling Short horn heifer calf. 6 weanling bull sale. 1 beautiful calves, 2 of which are "Peacharenoes" 10 plain yearlings. 10 gogd yearlings, 80 extra yearlings weigh from 500 to 750. 100 Good and extra good feeders from 9O0 to 1,000. These cattle will be sold at 11 o'clock 3-year n ey Ilaii-boi'oti- 1, Listed Terms-$- 50 ' 0, -- and under cash in hand. Over that amount, cash or a good note, due in eight i months, bearing 6 per cent, interest. Sale will be held rain or shine. Dinner served on the grounds. Gol. J. P. Chandler, Auct. a. Hampshire boar; ready service. 1 Listed red boar ready fpr service SHEEP 150 good Kentucky bred sheep. All yoang mouths. t . I 'I "HAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY" W. failed to help or cure. DUUG01STS or by exprers, 11 I'KK I, MICE HOT-TL'JJKNT KKKE by writing Blooa Balm Co., Atlanta, Ca. Describe your trouble and free medical advice gives. Sold by Hhugars and Tanner. B Stanford, Ky. ' "WE USE" 'Al mm jPft V JBaaaaF mm, f SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky. toAfcHfa3&' vfaMMW RHEUMATISM Ihnve fnr.snle n handsome family ludiea or nuire jwrfeetly fafe for It is easy to. convince yourself cliildreu to drive. Warranted to bo CURED BY THE MARVEL OF THE CENTURY, B. B. B. 1 F8T that the "CR0SSETT" Is far the its rcpreuentcd. Will sell clien. W. ED FOR 30 YEARS. best made at any price. We are I'. Kincaid, Stnnford, Ky.f Thoio Acting bones, swollen Joins,, perUK). manently cured tnrougn the blood showinq about thirty styles In all with pure Uotanlcal logredlenU. To CINCINNATI MARKETS. prove it we will tend you a leathers. Patent. Tan, Gun MetSample Treatment Free Oct. 17, Cattle It you have bone pains, sciatica or al, Velvet. Vlcl Kid In Lace and 2,00:i, murket quiet nnd 10 fcliootlnc pains up and down lnD er $3.50(0)0.60; 'aching back blades, swot Button in the new high toe. Come IS cents lower; Hteeru heifers $2.50(5)5.10: cowb $1.30(5) ten joints or swollen muscles, dim- in and get a pair while we have 1.(15; calves Mcudy to 2 cents higher cully in moviug nround so you nave Receipts 4,088; to use crutches; blood Vbln or skin :i( 8.25. Hoc your size. pale; skin itches and burns; shifting pnckiy-- and butchers 5c lower; lijjht lains bad breath, lumbago, gout Boshipper and pin htendy; packer tanic Ulood Ualin (B. B. B. which re tn.lMYfin.7r! Kt.iL's .$.1(i)5.25: com- - moves every symptom, because B. B. niiin sows .$4(li)G.10; pi;, and Ushta B. sends a rich, tingling flood ef Heceipts 1.170; warm, rich pure blood direct to the Shee 3(ffG.2.", lower, .$1.50(a) paralyzed nerves, bones and joints, mniket slow, 10(a-15jut :i.25: lamb- slow mid 25e lower, $: riving warmth and strength way where it Is needed ind in tbiu (iT5.75. or rheu making a perfect lasting cure matlsni in all its forms. A bis crowd will Imj here Tburfiduy B. B. B. has made thousands of cures or rheumatism after all to the Hhunk4 sule. medlciBes, Hutments and doctors nave Ciiu-innut- DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE J And don't otr I PARKSVILLE. have to grease .Mr. Summers Slny bought two weaiilint; Imrse coltx, of 0. ( Hun- but once a niater of Gravel Switch for .ffiO each .Mr. William Ilankla, Jr., uf Sluik- week. eitown, I'liinc up Sunday to take li position 011 the L. & N under fore-ina- n ilr. (leort'e 11. l'rewtnii. "Made in Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Mr. Oeorjru A. Condor, wife and children, who have been with rein-liv- e nnd friends in .Lebanon nnd nnd friends in Pulaski County, their cr, is doinc ns well us could bo Spriinrfield returned home Sunday. former home. expected. She had a sinking pell . Siisnn Itriscne. ifii nrl t Mihu Miss Mud Cor.11 tt is improving, this last week, nlarmin her relutivea and Vnllif. wfili flnrftiif... fiiifl 1ru PiMitiL is kooiI newi to nil her friends, us iiii'iiiis. Lewi-- , nd children, hpent Sunday it wus feared for several days ty Mr. John II. Hays hns not lost any with Mr. ami Mrs. ill JcnniuKx nt phoid fever would develop, but her !iojh for severn weeks. Thev bp2i. phwie'mn now thinks it is only mu- - d.vinz from wbut wu HimrCn..i' Moreland. Luther Wyutt and wife who huvo larinl trouble. be rholem. He liit five l..,ur-- v.. been keeping house for Mr. T. K Arm Mrs. T. W. Webb who is now at Mr. Clovd who llv mi mi i..i;..;,.:,. btroiiK for ome time, hate t;oiio In her father's, Mr. W. T. Cotutt. be- - tarm has nt threa In the lust suffering from typhoid fev days. make n two weeks vwit to relatives 1 Mi-m11 1 f yf- c- A-- - n ,fcfcti MiwK?niqifiiinmi.n .atiii.. I . - - -