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The Interior Journal.
STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1909.
Ticket on Tuesday, November 2, 1909,
And you will never regret it. What some of the leading business men of Lincoln and Boyle counties say of our
countyman, W. L. McCARTY, the democratic npminee for sheriff:
"Vc have known Mr. W. L. McCarty, the nominee of the Democratic partyfor SheriH of Lincoln county, as a citizen and customer of the First 'National Bank of Stan-
j " " . , . l .".v-... naj i uii)i,iuiiKi. mi; iiutiua ui inuL uuijurutni oiucc io me enure Bauainction oi tnc people or our countv.
t oi your coiiHiricration. Very truly, j. S. 110CKER, President; S. T. IIAKRIS, Vice President.
ford, for u number of
AVe think liim worthy
Mr. W. L. McCarty, the prcsentjiomince of the democratic party for Sherill' of
commend him to all the good people oi .Lincoln county.
Mr. W. h. McCarty, Stanford, Ivy.
Dear Mr. Mack:
STANFORD. TCY.. OfYP 9.' inno
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ii ui ijincoin county, tins done business with us lor years and knowing him as we do, wc
w. ai. lSKiirilT, Cashier, and S. II. SHANKS, President Lincoln County National Bank.
DANVTLT7R. KY.. f)f!T. IS 1000
For 20 years that you did business with the Farmers National Bank, of this place, there was no one of our
dealings. We have often written
had no hesitation in accommodating for
G. W. WELSH, Cashier.
customers who was more correct in keeping himself hotter informed as to condition of his balance and who wa3 more satisfactory in all your
city merchants that any statement you would make was entitled to full credence, that we had always found you upright and reliable, and hat
what you needed, that you had alwayw met every obligation ils agreed and that we held you in high esteem. Very respectfully yours,
Miss Gertrude Walker, aged 15, and
Horace. Sutcr, 17, wcro marriod at Ow
onton. James Smith and Miss Essie Tcrrlll
wero married at the court-homo Satur
day by Judge Owsley.
Edgar Scott and Miss Lucy Dean,
need 1C, were married at NIchoIasvlllo.
The bride was a student at Jessamine
The greatgrandchildren of Fountain
V. Hutlctt, aged 71, and Mrs. Sarah
N. Stlgcrs. aged 70, both of Franklin
county, wcro the principal attendants
at the wedding of their grandparents.
Its A Top Notch Door.
Great deeds compel regard. Tho
world crowns lu doers. That why
the American iX)p!o have crowned Or.
King's New Discovery the king of
Throat and lung remedies. Kvcry
atom Is a health foreo. It kills germs
and colds and lagrlpp vanishes. It
henls cough rackol inttnlirane and
coughing stopt . Sore, Inllamed hron
ohlil lubes and lungs are cured and
hemorrhage!! cease. Dr. Goo. Moore,
Illaok Jck, N. C, writes ''it cureJ me
of lung troublo, pronounced hopeless
by all doctors." 00", H. Trial bot
tle free. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug
The old saying that lightning never
strikes twice in the same place Is with
out foundation at least in some in
stances, says a Glairow dispatch. A
year ago lightning struck a treo on tho
farm of Squire Petty over in Warren
county, and killed a flno horse. A lit
tle later In tho samo year lightning
again struck the same tree and killed
30 fine turkeys valued at $1.50 each.
Last week lightning again struck this
ill-fated tree and killed two horses
worth J200. It goes without saying
that this treo will bo cut down and con
verted Into wood before It has another
chance to act as a conductor for light
ning. The Bed-Rook of Sucooss.
Lies In a keen, clear brain, backed by
Indomitable will and resistless energy.
Such power comes from the splendid
health that Dr. King's Now Life Pills
Imuart. They vitalize every organ
and build up brain and body. J. A.
Harmon, LUemore, V. Va., writes:
"They are the best pills I over used."
25o at Penny's Drug Store.
The navy is soon to conduct experi
ments In long-distanco wireless teleg
raphy. Impressed with tho importanco
of a system which will in cases of
necessity transmit messages from somo
place on the Atlantic Mtboard a dls
tanco of 3.000 miles, the subject was
taken up in earnest.
The Glasgow Times remarking on
Governor WilUon's assertion that poli
tics will cut no figure in applications
for pardon, asks that everybody who
believes such a statement after his
pardon of Powers and others to talk
through the tolephone at tho same
"Health Collco" Is tho cleverest
Imitation of real collco over ctmado.
Dr. Shoop created It from pure parch
ed grains, malt, nuts, etc. Flno lu
flavor Is mado In just one minute.
No 0 or 30 minutes tedious boiling
Saraplo free. Penny's Drug Storo.
She said her hair was all her own.
Tho jealous cats
Responded In disdainful tone:
A tickling ordrycoughcinbequlck
ly loosoood with Dr. Shoop's Cough
'Remedy, No opium, no chloroform,
nothing unsafe or harsh. Hold by
Pennya Drug Store.
Waggt I have found something be
sides a candle that will answer that old
' riddle, "tho longer it stands the shorter
Wlggi-What i itT
Waggi A candidate. The longer be
stands for ok tha sbertor to grew
Tho above is a good likeness of the
republican nominco for jailor of Lin
coln county. M r. Terry is 52 years of
age and was born and reared in Lincoln
county. Ho has been in tho farming
and timber business in this county for
many years, and by his straightfor
ward dealing has mado many friends,
who, regardless of politics, wish him
well in his present race. Ho is well
qualified by nature and training for the
important position for which he is now
a candidate, and if elected ho will fill
the office with credit to himself nnd
satisfaction to tho voters and taxpay
IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES.
John Kceney, aged 80, is dead at
Tho jury in the case of Wm. Sparks,
for Willing Joe Jako Collins In Madison,
disagreed and was dismissed.
Paris Shotwell, with his brother,
charged with killing Deputy Sheriff
Jones at Corbln, was held without ball,
Ernest Haxter, aged 18, died at Rich
mond of lockjaw, following the piercing
of his foot with a piece of wire n few
In summing up tho amount of tho es
tate of the lato Judge Vincent Borcing
for final settlement it has been found
that it amounts to $410,000. London
Col. T. M. Thatcher has returned
from Witchita, Kansas, where ho dis
posed of two town lots for $7,600.
These lots Col Thatcher had purchased
there during the great boom somo 20
years ago, Somerset Journal.
An Indictment charging embezzle
ment from tho funds of the Citizens
National Hank nt Montlcello was re
turned in tho Federal court at 'Coving
ton against Charles McConaghy. for
mer cashier of that Institution,
Mr. Ed Walker, who has been in
Louisville under special medidal treat
ment, will return homo this week. We
are glad that his condition Is improved
Messrs. r.u ana N. u. i'rlce cava a
duck supper In honor of Dr. and Mrs
A. S. Price, who left Wednesday for
their new homo in Stanford. Lancaster
The work of restoring tho monument
over tho grave of Daniel Boone in the
Stato cemetery to Its original beauty,
has been comploted by the Boone Mon
ument Commission, created three years
ago by the general Assembly. The me
dallions or bas-relief work on the four
sides of tho monument have been re
placed. An Iron fence will be placed
about the monument to prevent van
dals from defacing It.
It Is tho weak nerves that aro cry
ing out for help. Then help them,
don't drug the stomach or stimulate
the Heart or Kidneys. That is wrong.
Vitalize theo weak Instdo nerves with
Dr. S hoop's Restorative and see how
fast good health will como to you
again. Test It and ise. gold by
Penny's Drug Store.
James F. Arnold, aged 83, Is dead at
Lexington was chosen as tho next
meeting place of the Kentucky Medical
Six men were, killed in a head-on col
lision on the Pennsylvania railroad near
Dr. James II. Carlisle, the venerable
president emeritus of WolTord College,
is dead at Spartanburg, S. C.
Robert S. Ixvett was elected presi
dent of thn Union Pacific railroad to
succeed the late E. H. Harriman.
Earthquake shocks in the vicinity of
Mt. Etna and the activity of Mt. Vesu
vius have caused much alarm in Italy.
The five-year-old daughter of William
Symonds, of Evansvillc, Ind., fell into
a tub of hot water and was fatally
A man calling himself Francis M.
Schlatter, the "Divine Healer," was
found dead in a hotel at Hastings, Neb.
Doctors say he died of old age. He was
Twenty-five persons wero drowned
following the bursting of a dam at
Lake Derkos, 30 miles northwest of
Constantinople. The lake supplies wat
er for the capital.
Dr. S C. Higham and W. B. Avant,
at Georgetown, S. C. were convicted
of manslaughter. They wero charged
with the murder, several weeks ago, of
Dr. Higham's wife.
John C. Roberta recently convicted
of counterfeiting and sentenced to serve
six years in prison, has been indicted
on tho same charge by the Federal
grand jury at Covington.
Lyman McCarty, for tho pastlOyears
assistant general passenger agent of
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Com
pany in New York, died in that city
following an operation for malignant
Battling Nelson and Al Wolgast were
matched to fight 45 rounds for the
world's lightweight championship on
Tnankegiving day. The fight will take
place at Los Angeles before the Pacific
Dave McQueen, tho Negro who killed
Leon Yandell near Lexington confessed
to his crime on his arrival at Lexington
from East St. Louis, where ho was ar
rested. He maintains ho shot Mr. Yan
dell in self-defence.
At Oklahoma City II. H. Cooper shot
and fatally wounded Drewcry A WaN
lace, a real estate dealer, and then for
several minutes held at bay a large
crowd attracted by the shooting. Coop
er surrendered to an officer.
Andrew Carnegie has offered to Sam
uel G. Dixon, State Health Commis
sioner of Pennsylvania, a tract of 450
acres of land on the crest of the Alle
gheny Mountains, near Cresson, Pu.,as
u gift In recognition of tho State's
great fight against tuberculosis.
After struggling through a large part
of the night to dig his way to freedom
from tho city prison at Baton Rouge,
La., John Dawson finally succeeded in
making an opening sufilcient for the
passago of his body. He crawled
through only to find that ho had broken
into another cell.
Elijah Wright, the aged Virginia
murdertr, who was scheduled as tho
last man to be executed by hanging in
that State, has escaped such a fate as
tho result of his third trial at Clint-
wood In Dickenson county. He waa
sentenced to 18 years In the peniten
tiary for tho murder of William Slfers.
Tho Portola festival parade Thursday
at San Francisco, headed by Don Gas.
par de Portola and Queen Vergllla, waa
the greatest affair of its kind ever wit
nessed in that city. Twenty thousand
persons, representing virtually every
fraternal, municipal and industrial body
of tho State, were In line, and as a
cosmopolitan feature it was the equal
of the military parade of Tuesday in
which six nations were represented.
Rutb-So her foreign trip was not a
Vera-Obt dear, no. Why, ahe didn't
even become engaged to a man with a
title and a bad record.
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Corjright 1909 by Hirt SchilTntr 1c Mux
Every man in this town ought to have for business wear
at least two good suits of Clothes; one a fancy weave of
some sort, the other a blue serge, or a dark blue pattern
weave of some kind, or a black suit. They should both
Hart Schaffner & Marx
make; all-wool, finely tailored, perfect fitting.
The result would be that by having a chance to change often, say
once a week or 10 days, bothlsuits would wear much longer, keep in
better order, and you'd look better dressed all the time.
We'll help you take care offyour clothes; keep them pressed for
you at a very small expense; provide at very trifling cost hangers
for them; and generally save youmoney on them. Come in and see
Suits, $20 to $35.00; Overcoats, $16.50 to
$35.00. Other Well-Known Brands
From $750 to 20.00.
This store is the homejof Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes.
Cummins & Wearen,