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j . .- , r-r-i wwy-fV """ H-r rn- The Interior Journal. . j fcrf- ?0L. XXXVII. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1909. MO. 57. i jrTr tQ& ' Vi' M.T A t 1 V? Bobbltt on Automobiles. CnAti OrciuM), Sept. 11- I bftvo been Intending for weeks to write a few lines for tho columns of your paper nRalnsttho Rrcat murderous juRRcr- naut, moro cniel nnu remorwlcss than thnt of tho Hindoos, becnusc the Hln doos thought In prostrating themielvrs bofore Its murderous wheels that they wcro serving their Rod and would bo in paradise in n few moments. The mon ster and Instrument of death to which I refer is tho automobile. In tho Init even months In tho State of Kentucky It has killed Gl and wounded 1.01S. At tho races at Indianapolis tho BUtomo biles killed nine people. There I enre lyn dally paper that de not record ono or moro cmubIiUh uf tlifc ruthless monster. Alout 280 shops In this coun try lire turning them out by tho thoui nnds. Tho Pennsylvania Central rail rood has had to add hundreds nf freight cars to its road In order to iMIvrr tho death-deallne; monsters to all parts of tho country. No man, nor no man's wife and little children nre afo on tho public hlchway. No man, no woman, no family with wife and llttlo children aro now safo on the public highway with the old family horeo In tho rock away, KoltiR to church or Sunday school or common school. A man and hw wile and four children coining to tho Crab Orchard Association recently bad their horse so badly frightened by ono of those monsters that ho threw the child ren out of' the wagon and all baroly es caped death. Several ladies wcro afraid to go to the Somerset fair in vehicles, being apprehensive of meeting or be ing overtaken by an automobile. The thrtthlng mnchino Is quite necessary to tho farmer to thresh his wheat.and yet when tho traction engine appears on tho highway tho law compels them to send a warning agent ahead to warn the people that It l approaching. The run ning of this car upon tho highway is unconstitutional. It infringes upon per sonal safety and private property. The greatest of all security is to bo secure in mind, that your wifo and children will get homo safe from church, school or town. They should bo banished from tho highway by n prohibitory net of the Legislature. The safety of jour self and family demands it. KoNTAINB VOX DOlllllTU Snake In Bed. Several da sago Mrs. William Mc I'alrldgo discovered nn uninvited and unwelcome guest in her bed room. Sho arose in tho mornnig and turned buck tho covers of tho bed until sho was ready to make it up. When she return ed to tho room after breakfast she dis covered a largo snake curled snugly up on tho bed, and us Bound asleep as if ho was sunning on his own familiar rocks. Though terribly frightened Mrs. Mc Fatridgo did not loose her presence- of mind. Sho bravely dispatched tho rep tile and set nbout trying to discover bow ho could have gained an entrance into tho room. Tho only jossiblo aolu tlon was that tho reptile was u "(Kirch climber" and had mounted up some thick lnes that cohered tho porch. Sho thinks tho snako must have been curled up on tho top of the covera of tho bed alt night, attracted there by the warmth from thoir bodies and that she did not notice him when sho threw back the bed clothes on arising, as it was very early in tho morning. Harrodaburg Herald. NlRht On Bald Mountain. On a lonely night Alex, ltunton of TortHdwards, N. Y., climbed Hald Mountain to tho liomo of a neighbor, tortured by Asthma, bent on curing him with Dr. King's New Discovery, that had cured himsrilf of asthma. 'Hil wondorful medicine-soonolleed aiulqulckly cured his neighbor. Latei It cured his son's wlfo of u severe lung trouble. Million bellovo its tho grout est Throat nnd Lung euro on earth. Coughs, Colds, Croup, Hemorrhages and Sore Lungs am surely cured by it. Uest for liny Fever, Grip und Wbooidng Cough. Mc and 91 Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. When Sampson was claiming every thing at Santiago, grand old Admiral Schloy said, "Thero is glory enough for all." When told that l'eary was deny ing his claim to tho discovery of the North I'olo, Cook said, "Tho polo is good enough for two." It to bo hoped that ho had as good confidence for bis remark as tho gallant old admiral. Lexington Guzette. A Hurry Up Call. Quick! Mr. Drugglst-QulokN-Abox of liuckleu's Arnica Salvo Hero's a quarter- For tho lovoot Moses, hurry! Iluby's burned himself, terribly John nie cut bis foot with the axo Mamlo's hcalded I'a can't walk from plies -Hllllo bus bolls and my corns actio. Sho got It and soon cured till tho fami ly, its tho groatr a", healer on earth, Sold by Penny's Druy Store. NEWS NOTES. Newton Greene, Montgomery's most prominent stock dealer, Is dead. Gahe Lilly, a well-known farmer of Henderson county, was killed by lightning. Tho Maurentania nf tho Cunard Line broke nil trans-Atlantic records by making tho voyogo between Queens town and New York In four days, 11 hours and 3f minutes. Gov. Willson commuted tho sentence of W. W. Howland, tho penitentiary clerk, convicted of embezzling money belonging to tho convict fund, from ono year in the penitentiary to ono year In jail. Mr. Charles Allen, brother of Mr. J. G. Allen, of Millersburg, died in Powell county last Saturday. Ho had been a great sufferer for n number of jeara of it complication of troubles. Ho was hurled nt Millersburg yesterday. The government estimates that the bent and drouth nf August reduced this country' corn crop 338,000,000 bushels. Such estimates aro often unreliable and tins doubtloM is. At any rate wo will probably havo wiough to kop tho wolf from the door. Advieoa received nt Washington nre to th clfrct that tho negotiations inci dent to tho allotment of tho Hankow-Sse-Cliuen Chineso railroad loin of 16, 000,000 are rapidly nearing completion with tho right of tho United States fully recognised. After writing n note saying his ac counts were in n tnngled condition, Howard Pearman, school commissioner and president of tho bank nt Hartwell, Ga , tied n lino about his waist, fasten ed it to a treo on tho bank and drown ed himiclf. The Kentucky Rapid Transit Com pany, capitalized nt $1,000,000, was chartered at Dover, Del., to tnkc over traction companies in Kentucky. Its principal operations at first will bo Louisville, Lexington and Frankfort. The company is said to havo been or gnnizud by lioston, New Xork und Phil adelphia capitalists. It is alio author ized to operate electric light and gas plant. Enforcement of tho Illinois ton hour law for working women, which wont into clfect July 1, was prohibited by an injunction Issued by Judgo Tuthill in the Circuit Court at Chicago. State Factory Inspector Edgar T. Davies was enjoined from bringing suits auainst umpluyers who work their em ployes formorc than ten hours a day and State's Attorney John K. Wayman was restrained from prosecuting such suits. Tho funeral of & II. Harriman took place Sunday afternoon from St. John's Episcopal church at Ardcn. Only rela tives and personal friends attended the services. Tho burial was at Ardcn in a grave blasted frm solid rock. Tho active pall bearers were employes of tho Harriman estate. No atatcment was given out as to Mr. Hnrrimnn's death Judge Lovctt refused todicus tho question of Mr. Harriman's huc cesser. Tho Hag on tho New York Stock Exchange was placed at half mast nn atributo to Mr. Harriman. Go With A Rush. Tho demand for tint wonderful Stomach. LUer and Kidney euro, Dr. King's New Life Pills Is abounding Penny's Drue Sloro people s:y tliey neer suivtho HWo. Its because they never fail to auro sour Stnmuch, Constipation, Indigestion, niltuiis non, Jaundice, Slek Headauhe, Chills and Malaria. Only 25o. CBURCII MATTERS. A big holiness meeting is in session ut IiurnsicJo. Wbilo tho Hutiblo Christian church is being repaired, preaching and Sunda Bchool will be held in tho school houao at thnt place. Tho Linnoln County Interdenomina tional Sunday School Convention meets in tho Presbyterian church ut Stanford on Sept. 19, 1909. Every school in the county is requested to send ono dele gate with each sudcrintendeht, nnd we would like to havo everybody come. Como and spend ono day in this great work nnd hear our Stato worker tell you what a great work wa aro doing for tho Master, and tell us what you aro doing in your school. Wo want your presence and your council. Como to stay all day. J. F. Holtzclaw, President. Pains of women, head pumn, oruuy pain btopped In 0 minute sure, with Dr. Shoop's Pink Palu Tublets. See full formula oil 25o box. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. Kentucky Fair Dates. Kentucky State Fair, LouisvilloScpt. 13-0 days. A tickling ordry cough can bo quick ly loosened with Dr. Snoop' Cough Remedy. No opium, no chloroform, nothing unsafo or harsh. Sold by Penny's Drug Storo. HUSTONVILLE. Lutes & Co., shipped ono car of fat hogs to Cincinnati nt Cc. Lutes & Co, havo 35 to 10 good feed ing cattla for sale. 2t. A son of Gcorgo Russell, of McKic ney, died last week of typhoid fever and tho father Is now down with it. S. I). Yowell has abandoned tho idea of starting n newspaper hero nnd has accepted a position with J. G. Weath crford & Co. A mulo belonging to WillTinsIcy was badly injured by getting tangled in a telephono wire, which has been down for n month. Thero nre seven bridges and culverts on Rural Uouto No. 1 from hero that aro in a dangerou condition. Havo we no road supervisor? A stench which nt times is terrible Ihuos from tho direction of tho fair ground, nnd should have tht attention of tho city outhoriliss Miss Luln Bails attended the Monti- cello fair and was tho guest of her rel ative. Miss Sula Fads. Miss -Annie Routen hns returned from n two weeks' vhut with friends nt Maysvillc. The thanks of Kuril Routo Carrier No. 1 nre hereby extended to Harvey Holm, Jr., for two delicious water mel ons. Thomas W Ronton lias accepted a lucrative ixititKjn with n George town firm. Josiah Iiishop Is attending State Fair and will exhibit his fine maro and colt. Uriah Dunn left last week for Ram well, S. C. with a car-load of good hors es Mrs. Will Cabell and children have returned to Lebanon after n visit to Mrs. Fannie Cabell. Memorial services of the late Rev. Wm. Logan Williams, for 41 years pas tor of the Christian church here, will ho conducted by Rov. Walker, of Stan ford, at tho Hustonvillo cemutery Sun day afternoon, Sept, 20. Special music services ut the grave. Tho most propitious opening of our Graded School was that on tho Oth, as was shown by every seat in tho large room being takun by pupils.patrons ant. friends. About 100 pupils havo been enrolled nnd the cirriculum has been endorsed and accepted by State College- Prominent among the long list o blua grass farms for sale by W. II. Wil liams & Co , is a 309-acre trnct in tho fertile valley nf Hunging Fork. This place is boautifully Bituatcd, with good improvements and is hard to beat as nn investment or as a home. Will sell 'as u wholo or by part. It. Myers & Vaughn shipped to Cincin nati two car-load of 1, 400-pound cattlo nnd n load of 1,000-lb. cattle. George Cunningham shipped n car of butcher cattlo at 3Je, RilTo & Tucker ono car of butcher stuff, D. C. Allen a car of butcher cattle. Jnmes Yowell sold to J. C. Johnson a car of heavy cattle at a good price. At tho regular meeting of tho C. W. D. M. this month the following officer were elected for tho ensuing year: Mrs. Jennie Carpenter, president; Mrs. Ma ry Ne.il, vice president; Mrs. Minnio Robinson, secretary; Mrs. Elizabeth Morse, treasurer. The success of this organisition is shown by a good in crease in its membership in tho past' few years. Gon Jumoe Shackelford, of Musko gee, Okl.i., who passed away at Gra tiot Reach, Mich , last week, was born near hero on the llennett Cloyd farm, now owned by Adam Carpenter. His father, Edmund Shackelford, lived thtro many years nnd reared several children. During tho civil war ho or KBtiized tho 13th ky. Cavalry, ono bat talion of which was recruited around hero by Col. J. G. Weatherford, who was afterward promoted to tho colonel cy when Shackelford was mado n brig adier general. Mrs. Huttio iiishop, for many years a resident of our city, u member of the Christian church and tho embodiment of honor, passed into thogreat beyond on Sunday, Aug. 29th, aged C9, ufter a lingering illness. Her husbnnd and two children preceded her to tho grave sev urul years. Sho was born und reared near Millersburg. where by her request, sho was laid to rus,t by tho side of her parents und other loved ones. The thanks of her friends is extended to Rev. T. II. Watts, Miss Taylor Judy, Joseph Cury and Drs. Rurrows nnd Herbert fur services at tho gravo und tho beautifully rendered songs by tho Millersburg quartette. It Is tho weak norveh that aro cry ing out for help. Then holp them, don't drug tho htomach or stlmuluto tho Heartor Kidneys. That is wrong. Vitalize tbeso wcult Insldo nerves with Dr. Shoop's Uestorullvo aud bco bow fant good health will como to you ugutn Test It aud seo. Sold by Penny's Drug Storo. "Even tho hens known it's an off year." "How so7" "Thov aro not lavlnc ecirs with anv portraits of candidates," Believing that the people of Kentucky will be interested in the organization of the Citizens National , . o ' Life Insurance ompany It .. " Believing thai 'they WANT such a company; believing that they will SUPPORT 3uch a company by subscribing for its stock we will publish in this paper every week the amount of' subscriptions to date. The work of getting subscriptions was begun Monday, July 26 ; and below are the amounts of subscriptions for each week: First Week, August 2nd, $106,960.00. Total Second Week, August 9th, $200,240.00. Total Third Week, August I6th, $345,000.00. Total Fourth Week, August 23rd, S469.460.00. Total Fifth Week, August 30, $601,700.00, Total Sixth Week, Sept. 6, $738,220. Total Seventh Week, September 13. $834,660.00. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED. FILL OUT AND MAIL THIS COUPON STANFOltl) INTIiniOi: JOL'ItX.VL Y. II. GKEUOKY, Loi'isvuxi:, Ky.: Pleao ecml mo full information m to the CITIZEN'S NATIONAL LIFE INSUR ANCE COMPANY. Name Address. 5?S Siirs-rs . M riH? rr ivcz V..5T 2ii CU 0 b c B' ' ? 3 1" s P C ' t- rt """ . - 73 ffi - S3' 2 s 2 Bw, a rt 3 O c , w 2.5 2: " IS i lj l -; S c 3 a a 3 B "'" MW Z 3 3 S'g U)a C - 5" S a 5Z. b N T S, " n o"rr. xa-9 3 W2 0 cnS- n en b g . mu n .0 u c 5 u . S3 H"5 5W3 BI M 2. , JT a r o hi ." " "D S-3 HS, s a. C7 c P M ft, a BOSS SS 5 n w a o-r. s a s a- rs r: : -3 -( c: m 0 5s (0 mwmmmmmmwmwmmMZ OB 2 2. t" ca OB B B 22!fio i a 7 o cr 4. Iiouml-Trip to LouUvillo Sunday, Sept. 19, LOUISVILLE A NASHVILLE It. K. SPECIAL TRAIN. r,euvcn Stanford nt 7i 10 .v. m ; nrrivftj LouUvillo 10:45. Leaves Louisvillu 0 r. m. rcturniiig, BAE BALL GAME LOUISVILLE vs. MINNEAPOLIS TWO GAMES. Beautiful Parks and River Rides. 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