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- JO"! 'if 'J - TMv'rwiyityvMr mfiWypi'lrl- jKwr-"-? 4r-i -iy -wjpHif-i"'"14rM4r r'vwr Vj v1, ' ' -swwr The Interior Journal. ZnJriinlVi'M-0o SlanrVd L. N. TliWETHBLE No. Jl, South, IllMr.M. No. 21, South, 118 A M. No. 14, North. tn A. M. No..North,:S7 P. M. No.7, 10:47 A.M. No.r,li40P. M. JOS. S. RICE, Agont. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Office over McRoberts' Drug Storo in tho Owsley Building. FARM FOR SALE I Thefnrmof 1W ncres, of good Mite grn, Inutl. King one. mil North of McKlnney .on the Stanford pike. Improvements nncl fencing goods plenty "' wnter niut fruit. AUo 12S ncres of timbered Inml 0110 mile .mio! jieKlnneyihniriiniierionce.picniy of wnfrnnd cood tobneco Inml. ( grow- SRCrop. J.A.HlVKNS.AgCnt. McKlnney. Ky. Fall and Winter Stock. llnve your measure tnken by n tnllor of ex perience. Then our clothe,, w hcthern low price business stilt or the Ilnet evening clothes, will hnrc that Individuality nnd fit which plainly Indlcnto they were mnde to yourmensure. 1 wlllnlso tnke your mens ure for extrn trousers, fnncy vests, top cont, nnd overcoats. Knll nnd Winter snmpleson hnnd rendy for your Inspection, H. O. UUPLK Y. The Tnllor, Stanford, Ky. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! I can furnish the public with the best, nt well n tho frvshest olrut flowers. plants of all kind, bulbs, potted flowers, on short notice. Also timke n speclnltyot wrenths lor for funernl purposes. In connection with the nlwve, I hnve nil ilnds'of vegetable on hnnd ot reasonable prices. CIIltlHTMAN" OIIKKN IIOUHKH, Kl) llLllHAUII. Piinii. Htnnford, Ky, Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns. Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, ' STANFORD, KY. Rttldenco I'll one M: Olllce, Ml. Insure with me and be fully protected. i- U HIDfcS3f MRS 14 .. fcslhcrs. Tallow, Bctsivax, Closer 3, is Go.itinSfal.(YeilowKoot. etc. V r are Dealers, and can do better for yoj than ajedi or commusion merchants. Reference, anv Bank in Loumml- Wnte for weekly pnee list and ihra. ping tajj. WefumUhuool bags fret. ifl.SAQEt.&SONS, CTUHI IN IBS I 223 C. Market St LOUISVILLE. KY, INSURANCE. R. B. MAHONY Insures Tobacco, To bacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Light ning, Fire, Tornado, Life, Live Stock, Health and Accident, Plate Glass, Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis count. J,L.Beazley&Co., Undcrtascra and Embalm, era. Also Dealers in Fur niture, Mattiugs.Rugv. They will exchange Furniture for nil Kinds of Stock. Givo Them a Call. Prices Right. STAMFORD, - KENTUCKY. J. C. McCIary, 050 SSW ." Undertaker. Embalmor and Dealer In Harness, Saddlery, STANFORD, ' KY- I Vat Phone, l7. Itorae.'l'honere. JZ . . i FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. For Sale. Field of hay In stack. Mrs. Mattio V. Klrby. 2t. Two fresh Jersey cows for sale. W. C. Shanks, Stanford, Ky. Winter seed oats for sale, Jones Baughman, Morclnnd, Ky. Fori SALE. 30 Rood 1,050-pound feed ers. G. A. Swincbroad, near Hubble. It. L. Prcwitt sold 10 1,200-pound cattle to J, C. Johnston, of Danville, nt Gc. Wo have 55 or 40 No. 1 feeding hops for sale at once. Lutes A Co., Huston ville. Ky. ' Edna Mao, shown by Matt Cohen, was defeated at St. Joseph, Mo., by a Missouri stallion. C. J. Warner, of Franklin, sold 150 11-months-old Duroc liofrs to McElwaln & Hracken for $2,500. Estray. Dark sorrel yearllnir mule, left court day. Will pay reward for re turn. E. T. Ileazley, Stanford, No. 4 Fort Salb. About 50 tons of Rood timothy hoy in stack; will have haled ns soon ns can sell. G. V. Conn, Lancas ter, Ky.. It. F. D. No. 1. Cattle Men! I have 200 ncres of fine pasture, 2 miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike, will graze cattle at 75c per head per month. G. Y. Conn, Lancaster. Ky.. R. F. D. No. 1. For Sale. Pair lG-hand horse mules, two yearlings and one colt, Register ed Duroc boar and some young boars ready for service. R. II. Crow, Shelby City, Ky. R. F. D. No. 2, box 23. Mules Wanted. Bonner & Ramsey will be in Stanford Monday, October 11, 1909, county court day to buy three car loads of mules from two to seven years old. Have your mules here. A. M. Pence, Agt, 2t. Judge B. F. Hill, of Henry county, has pooled his tobacco. In a newspe- per card Judge Hill says conditions have changed and he is willing to take part in a peaceful organization for the pro tection of the grower. A red steer, weight about 500 pounds with horns nnd red paint on right hip, got in my bunch as I was leaving Stanford Monday. Owner can get ame by paying for this notice and his keep. W. E. Moss, Lancaster, Ky. By a large majority the Burley to bacco growers voted that tho pool should be continued this year, nnd that the books should be kept open until Oct. 20. At some meetings it was vot ed that unless the pooling was Increas ed by that time, the pooling should be declared ofT. There aro now 101,238 acres in the pool Bargain. 354 ncres of good land, of which 100 ncres is bottom land, eight- room dwelling, two good stock barns, new tobacco barn, 3Gx9G, ice house, buggy house, two corn cribs, etc., two good cisterns, the whole farm being well watered, well fenced nnd lays well. Will sell as a whole or cut 200 acres with improvements, to suit purchaser, which includes 100 acres as fine bottom land as there is in the county. This is a bargain. See L. R. Hughes, Stan ford, Ky. Money Comes in Bunches. To A. A. Chisolm, of Treudwoll, N. Y , now. His reason is well worth reading: "For a long time I suffered from indigestion, torpid liver, consti pation, nervousness and general do bllity," he writes. "I couldn't sleep, had no nppetlte nor ambition, grew weaker every day in spite of all medi cal trenttient Then used Electric Hitters. Twelve bottles restored all my old timo health and vigor. Now 1 can attend to business every day. Its a wonderful medicine." Infallible for stomach, liver, kidneys, blood and nerve. 50c at Penny's Drug Store. Though the political not cannot be expected to reach tho boiling point bo early in October, the present week will witness a warming up of interest in afiairs of state. Throughout the coun try scattering district nominating con ventions will be held, and while they will be local in character, the rcsolu. tions adopted hero and there will have a significance understood by tho politic al seers Much interest will center in tho influence exerted bv the recent speeches of President Taft. A tickling ordry cough ean bequlck ly loosened with Dr. Snoop's Cough Hemedy. No opium, no chloroform, nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold by Penny's Drug Storo. "There are rumors of tho wedding being abandoned. Somo say the bride groom is not here. The bride Is about to falntl" "Come, come! Let us have a search b afore we have any hysterica. Ho may be kicking around somewhere. You look in yonder corner, and 111 look be hind these palms." Pains of women, head pains, or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets, See full formula on 2-Vi box. Sold lv Penny's Drug Store. "It h hard to tell who stands bosk chance with that girl." "Then she is Impartial with her smilesT" "Yes; and her father is equally Impar tial with his stock-market tips." At a very expensive wedding recently the bridesmaids carried shower bou quets of real vegetables. Even somo of tho littU nations are walking up and looking around for bar gains in second-hand Dreadnoughts. If your husband Is kept Irritated ho will make n much better job of beating tho rugs. An historical novel is n list of casu alties dated back n century. A breach of promise suit doesn't stand much chance with only n bunch of picture postcards ns exhibits. Tho Bed-Rook of Success. Lies In a keen, cloar brain, backed by Indomitable will and reslstlcs energy. Such power comes from tho splendid health that Dr. King's Now Llfo Pills Impart. They vitalize ovcry organ nnd build up brain and body. J. A. Harmon, Ltretnoro, V. Vit., writes: tiTlmt n-A lln ltnfit. tillla T nrfl, llaml ' 25c nt Penny's Drug Store. Two men were killed nnd eight other passengers were injured by tho break' ing of on axle of a Pitisburg street car Tha McKlnney Woolen Mills, McKlnney, Ky. Ianow-ln operntlon nnd l rendy to serve the pulillc In making Jean. I.1n-yrt, lllnnkets, Klnunels, Yarn., Ktc Will either work wool oreiclmnue goods for It. High est market price for wool. ('. II. WHIOHT, 1'ror. STOP THAT HEADACHE lly lmvliiR your eyes properly flttol with hltfh-araUnlens.J.K. Iff II. Knit Main ht .stunlonl, Ky.,wlll supply your imrnU nnd guarantee; suimncuoii. up ni.u carries in stock Kdlson phonograph nnd tho latest records which jou call (my for cash, or on monthly Installments, ('nil ami let us talk the matter uter. KYKMTKrtTKD KltHi:. Small Farm For Sale 1 I desire to sell orlratelr my farm of ST ncres. In Lincoln county. spiti miles from Htnnford nnd two miles from Maywood, on soon romi", in no rrom pike, in kimmi nciRii borhood. close to church, rural route, ami ', mile from school-house. I -ami nil i ry tiro- ductle, fnrm In iiniss, Imlance In culti vation; an unuer koou lenctj. vomionauie house of six rooms', new- Uirn and all othi r outbuildings. Abundance of tine water and fruit of nil kinds. J. T. I.IVIM1STUN, K. K. l. No. I. Mtnuford, Ky. Two Small Farms Sale! for Onn rnntiilnlmr St nrrea. nnnd ft riKini awelllng.guM slot k tiarn and outbuildings. nil under goou lence anil elery ueiu well watered; 1 acre In joung orchard, a years old; 12 acres In grass, all In good state of cultivation; raised I .an pounds tobacco nnd IB bushels wheat per ncn- on It last jeiir. I'rlce. p. Socond tract of S acres with i-rooiu tenant house, Ut foot tobneco lmrn. well watered, 3) ncrra under new fence, ImiI nnculn tine tlmbtr, 12 urres well cleared. line corn nnu tobacco lami. I'rlce, KU. Ml uatnl Ninth s South of Mtaurnrd on Somer set pike. Tract No. 1 Is on pike; No. 3 Is I mile from nlke on county road. Address or seomout htanford, K, II, O. IIKItRY. "henry watterson's PAPER Weekly Courier -Journal .AND. The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOK OTk.T T V T T rX I . I fo 0 Kl - vfr ',-. i Jr. Few people In the United State Lave not heard of the Oourler-Jounfal Deroooratl, In all things, fair In all thing, clean In ml thing,. It Is essentially a family p. jr !H a special arrangement we urn enabled to ot ferthe WKKKLY OOUIUEK-Ol'KNAI. one year and this paper fur the prl-e uamed anore. senu your subscription ff.r ihe 'urn blnatlon to us not t the Courier-! orn ' Lexington Trots OCT. 5 TO 16 THE GREATEST 'IN THE WORLD STAKES $85-000 PURSES $21,000 FUTURITY Tuesday, Oct. 5 3,000 TENNESSEE Tuwday, Oct 5 5,000 TRANSYLVANIA Thursday, Oct. 7 3,000 CUP STAKE Monday, Oct, 11 GREAT 2:03 PACE Friday, Oct. 9 $5,000 TROTTING HANDICAP Thurday, Oct 14 Other Sensational Races Daily. WebersPriziland of America BLANCHE BERNDT-MEHAFFEV, Soprano-Soloist IN DAILY. CONQERTS ONE FARE ON RAILROADS A bit of turf he sadly bears Down town: Upon his troubled brow he wears A frown. They have a littto house, you know, A yard, And have bocn trying hard to grow Some sward. And thus he lugs, it comes to pass, Around A bit of turf composed of grass And ground. His faco ns ho displays his patch Is drawn; His wife has sent him out to match Some lawn. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. I desire to sell privately my stock of flro rerlesand Hardware. Itolng n good busi ness. Will Invoice ntmul HI), llenson III health. (1KO, I). HOJM'KH, Stanford, Ky. FARMS FOR SALE I 1 wish to sell privately my farm of M ncres nt J uinlo. Lincoln t'ounty, Ky. four miles from McKlnney. Hits on It good 10-room dwelling, good tmrn, cellar, spring house, Hue water, etc. Intuit Is In high stale of cul tivation. Also ham four other small farms forsale. All well Improved. Terms alls factory, Il.O.HIi'l'I.H, Hlanford, Ky It, K. I). No.S O. B. FRUlTr. Morolnnd, Kontucky, New Full Lino Millinery uow in. Also Jew Furniture coniinc i" nl tnoet daily. G. It. Piifirr, iMoreland, Ky. Harry Jacobs, iH-aler In nnd Manufacturer of? Marblo and Cranito Monu ments, Markers and Tosls, Cemetery nnd Ijvwn Vases and Settees, Olllce nnd works. Mo Kinney, Ky. PUBLICSALEI Hnv liigdecldcd to go Mast, I will 111 Me Kin no, Ky on HATl' It DA Y, UUT. V, lww. sell at publla auction the following person alty: tine kimmi sipinre piano, 3 tiressers. suttof furnlturo, sor 6inl springs. I miwr range, dining room chairs, several rockers, ; safes. clocks. X washslnmls, I large, hand some parlor inanlle mirror. I handsome Itrusselsearpet, mattings, etc, ; sewing ma chine, labl s, window shades. tHili-siiml ma ny other things not iiientlou-nl I orfer tothe highest Milder. Terms cash, ns I enpect to leave simiii alter the sale, sale will begin at I o'clock t'.. Mils. Illl. MOOIIK. PUBLICSALEI Having decldtd to move to town, I will on Tt'Krtli.VY.tH'T. I. WU, sell to the highest bidder mr farm, situated 3,S miles front Stanford, on I jtnrn.ter pike. is contains ac acres, wiiii lour-room uwu lug. necessnrv outhulldimtsaud well water- id. Imimdlate possession. 1 will also sell 2 good work mules, 1 work horse, 1 dolddust burness horsu. I N-year old harness horse. 1 IAD-pound steers. 1 farm wagon, 1 buggy, good ns new. I lil.c harrow. I hlnuer. I mow er. 1 wheat drill. Sliding cuUlvalors. a sets harness, :tl bushels onions. I rang. A lot of old-time furniture and my entire lot of nouseiioKi gomis. Also n lot of eorn. Terms made known on day of sale. Sale will lie glnnt IDA. M. W I lloniNHos, Htnnford, Ky. PUBLICSALEI Having decided to go straight up, I wll MONDAY, OtT. II.IUO. court day, ut Nunnelh'y's new slock yards, infer for .nli' to the highest bidder the fol lowing described stock; due l-vear-old siaillon by l'ceston, ilatii by Will. Welch; I x-jeor-old gelding by Lincoln Siiulrrel.dam In vv in. Welch. This cull I. broke to .Live It lid Is a good onej I bay 7-iar-old filly by l'reslon.daiu bv V. V. t'lai This lllly isun- broke, but govs ull the gales natural, I .or I relx-eur-old lllly by Kentucky Soulrrrl: 1 brown 3-)enr-old Illl v by Hill MiOarty's jllambettu Wllkis stallion, out of a thor- .t'uiii'1,11 limit. , iiiiiiiniKuuiru inni--, jmrsold by Minstrel, Istdum by Hay Hick I with Lincoln Squirrel filly roll by side; 1 Illly colt b lon Vnrrlck, out of anon Time mire, 1 black stud colt. Also at same time und place w III ott-r thn following Jack stock: One K-ywur-old .,ck,H'-, liaiids high and n pot. d mule jack I i-omliig 4-venr-nld lack 1IH hands high by Nnpolton.out otn 11111 Kveiie jiiinei, I etra earllng nck cull rivalli lireili I rt-venr-old Jennet, safe In 1 foal: l:i-)ear-old Jennet, with Juiinel coll lit sld, nod Mill In loal to Jim Keene. This took will In- .mil without reserve tir limit Terms a credit of 1 months, will lie given, li iotlab!e not, imvabk- nt the First Nil tloual Itnuk or Stanford. iHiarlug n per c lit Inp r t from date. Sale nt la A M IlIlIOHTFrUHII.L Look! Look! Look! Just received n completo lino of Knll nnd Winter Shotw fur Men, Women and Children in Patents, VicU, Gun styles than over shown hero before. SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. Stanford Garage (INCORPORATED.) AUTOMOBILES, FEED CUTTERS, GASOLINE ENGINES, CRUSHERS, FARM IMPLEMENTS. AUTOMOBILES - H. B. NORTHCOTT, Will Pay the Highest Market Price for Ail Kinds of Country Produce, Scrap Iron and Rubber. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford. .rQR SALE I Htoek Ir (SikkIs, Notions, flroeerles. Ilanlware, Tinware. Ac, ainiut r.H" IK) Ing fair business. Liberal term.. (J. II. IIAItKIrt.t'rnli Orchard. Ky. J.J BELDEN, (or HoustiandCiicrlage I'nlntliigniHt Trim ming. Paper llaitKliig.ilunundMM'ksiiilth lllg SUupopHi4te deKt. J.J ilti.iii-. vMiiiifonl, Ky' SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEERING. lam preimred todo Ml kinds of sum ylng nnd ulvll engineering prumptU My work will be guaranteed nnd luv prices lire rea sonable. Write meat Mrk'lunvy or cnll me over the telephone through the llustonvtlle Kmhungo. WAI-rKltMlKtNVKY. CONCRETING We nre In position to do all kinds of con creting, such us llloi'k Work, Pavements and. In fact, wi inn make any thing froinr house down to It fence pG.t We can servo you promptly and guarantee llrst-elass work mid material (Jail and get our prliea before you but your material at least. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A flue elue grass farm for sale situated on new pike near point Learell and sli miles south of Luiu-aster. containing -.isi a. re,, well located In K"d neighborhood. Ulng luirtof the Johu walker tract. wllhuhand soiiiuuuw, two story seven-loom residence thereon, with nlliiecrssiiryoutbullillngsaiid good, new Uiru tOiiu, Well watered, six never falling springs uud creek running tlirnilif li. Tkumk. ' cash 111 hnnd.lmlanro one mid two years Irom day of sale, bearing six ar cent Interest until paid. Persons looking for such place pleasit write or see w.O. Walkkii, Stanford. ILUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE1 My flu Ulue bluegrnss farm. 31, miles West of JIustunvllle, one mllo from iilke uud (inriH'iiter's station, consisting of Jtri acres of rich, bluegrass hemp, or tolmcco land, all In grass, T: farm can lai eiunl ly divided lo udvantagu so as to haven good DWELLING HOUSE on each plvcet ulso nil necessury outbuild ings. The farm las utmost In a square, niilv niiuumilulii Hues. There aro Three Stock Barm, One Good Tobacco Barn, Two Stables. one tenant house, good water In every field; six lasting springs, with three slriuiiis run- 'J. Steel Carpenter. Jt"MTUNVIM.KKri M Ir J A sBHkwf .Mc(al,t)x Wood nnd Dox Culf. Mora Prices nro always tho lowest. & Machine Co., : - FOR -:- RENT. REWARD. Having sulTurvtl roiul.l. ralJr annoyanee mid damage Irom oullo'i. In breaking gat Inlrhes nlal tearing down nnd destroying my gates, on the tounly road that runs through ill) farm. I ban concludid to offer n rewanl for Information leading to the conviction of much person ur persons. I will therefore give the sum of l' fur Infor mation liisOUKlo the arrest and conviction of uuv party or (mriles that have broken the latches on nuv of my gatea.or that have sawed down or lorn down any of my gates on the comity road which runs from Ihe llu.loiivllle turnpike to the Mllleduevllla turnpike, through my farm and I will giro thesituif amount fur Information lending to the arrest and conviction of any Mtrly or iwrtles who In tb futurt commit auy of tho aUive nllens. s. Witness my hand this Kith day of Auguvt, iiw. t j.itn,i..sit. Farm for Sale On ImovliliiA llu.tonvllle plkenl ltd acres In I liuolii .-ouiity. K) , ', lulls- from Mure land. 1 his farm Is well improved. good wtdl and clslvriiand abundaucM of slink water furnlshe from never falling springs. Mint of farm In grass, I desire to sell this farm In the nextnidajs, together with thn slock and crop, the stock consisting of 31 high bred Jennets, K Jacks all nges, p) brood mares, I registered. I registered stallloni 80 aciesof corn, l&orai stacks of hny farm tugliiiplemeiiisof uverydesciljitlon, I will sell the whole oiinlt or anv purl of the stock and II I sell Ihe farm without thn stock, I must s, n not later 1 haiiul days sons to glvn mutlim tomakea alu of my stock. Also have so-oild initios Loin work mules down to colls You will have to see tills farm to appre ciate the location Mid the many advantages .if 11,1. fiiroi Anv iriir.im Inmi at ill.t,,,,,,.. desiring to see this larm call come lit More- lanu, j.iiiconi couutv. iyoii toe iiieen v I'rescent route, this farm being only ubout ', mllo from station sr II, II. KINA, Morelnnd, Ky. Dinwiddie & Co. Hustonville, Ky.i Undertakers and Embalmers. We car ry an up-to-date line of goods.