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I THE INTERIOP JOURNAL VIOL XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 22 1008 NO 84 CHURCH MATTERS Servlcos at tho Uaptlit church all this week at 1030 AM and 7 P M 1Homer W Carpenter who was fo omo time secretary of tho Kentucky Christian Endeavor has been recently elected State superintendent of the Ohio Endeavor Tho meeting at tho Christian church closed Friday night after 21 splendid sermons delivered by Eld Thad Tins ley of Shelbyvllle It resulted In about 40 additions Liberty News Rev William Hiram Waggoner nap tional evangelist of Eureka III wiltI begin a protracted meeting at the Chris tlan church at Turnersvlllo next Monday night The subjects from which he will preach will appear In our next is sueTho service for men only at tho Pros Jbyterlan church Sunday afternoon wasI better attended than on tho previous Sunday At night the audience could not bo accommodated at the Christian church and many were turned away Mrs Cook led tho prayer meeting at the Methodist church MUs Louclla White led tho young peoples prayer meeting at the baptist services were good W L CARTYIII undldAt for Hherin of Ilncoln coonI tyiubjrcttolti notion oi tbu dumocrntlo party M S BAUGHMAN I li a enmlldsts for HhfiJff of Mncoln county milled to the notion of the democratic party JOHN J MOSER li a cmlldftto for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to tho action of the Democratic party M BRUCE II a candidate forlftlor of Demoerntla sabject to th of the party JAMES Co HAYIhIs alAndldlli for Jailer of rlneoln county iobct to the Mtlon of the IHwiiwratlo party DINK FARMER U a ndldato for tile lWmoeraUo WHliw lion for loIuolll to partyttic aetlon of the dMuavratta I D C PtLLEN- U a candidate tot AMVMOF of IA seas ly inbjMt to tbt motion of tlw DwuownttU partr J W FOLEY JI ft nadldllt for ioror Llpeolnsoga ty nub wt toll inifon of na datuoesatle party 41J A DUDDERAR u ft nn4ldfU for mwHor of IJncolB Coun lubjtel to the nelten of the dM e rntU patty W D WALLIN It n mndldaln for Aueuor of IJntoln county subject to the iwtlon of the democrat t party S M OWENS II MPl1Iellte Asor the leoln tOUR ty lubjNt to theaction of JNmotmtUO party W S SURCH- taacandwateforOeunty t AtloriMy of Un coin roanty Mibjvcl to aetlo of the Irbcocrnllc partyM NORTH r Iinenmlldnte for ottot U of Lin coin county lubJtle to the oeMOHXof the Jferaoornllo party T J HILL JR Is a ntndklate for County Attorney of Un win county uIIJI to the notion of the Imovralle partyiJOHN SAM OWSLEY JR n candidate for circuit Judge of IhlllIhex II dttrlet uubject to moorntlc party CHARLES A HAROIN of Meteor county candidate for pom tnonwraltiri Attorney of this the dicial dltrletiubj l to the notion of the democratic party JOHN C PEPPLE8 JrLneandidnteforAsseaornfItneolncoun party W W WHITE Ia n Candidate for AiMuiorof Lincoln eons lyubjeeL to the notion of the Itamgarnti pAn t JAMES P BAILEY It a candidate for Judge of the Lincoln county court lubject to the notion of the iwmocrntlc party W H SHANKS li a candidate for renomlnatlon for Urpro Miitatlvoof Lincoln county lUbJwit to the notion of Ibo Democratic party THOMAS W GOOCH It a candldnto for Jailer of Lincoln eount ubject to the action of the Democratic party GARLAND SINGLETON Ii candidate for Huperlntcndcnt of lublloPHchooU of Lincoln county action of the Democratic party JAMES F HOLDAM of Iin candldnto for circuit clerk of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party J D SWOPE It a candldnto for circuit clerk of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party A R WALLAC- EIsncandldnlefor7oronerofLlacolnroun ty iubject to 0jtlanIf mar Jlcb Dr Parkers Memorial Somerset Republican I have just noW passing on the street been told by W D Ilansfor- r d that Col T P Hill of Stanford Is deadThis intelligence Impressed mo very sensibly and started In my memory scenes find incidents of olden times Palling on home through the throng of the city with this news and these memories in mind scarcely saw heft hen so old or with such associations as to prompt me to mention the event Nearly years ngo Mr was a resident of Somerset for a time Ho was proposing to practice law lie was a gruat reader and was fond of conver soften especially with me our odic wing In adjacent rooms and cordial friendship existing His occasional public addresses were beautifully classical his speech embelI iihed with quotations from Homer and other great authors One day in tho dull old town he came In and propounded to mo a question of law I answered it correctly somehow somewhat correctly it seemed iloe did you know ho asked when did you ever toad law 7 I replied I hardly ever looked in a law book in my Ifc I simply answered by commonsense There now ho exclaimed with his usual enthusiasm that Is It law is founded on common sense Col Hills then living wife a Peyton think was a delicate woman with mental and neurotic preponderance of constitution his senior it appeared They had ono child a beautiful little girl who sickened and died very sod denly while they lived here Their grief was overwhelming prostrating tho sen sitive mother and almost crazing the doting father- I think It was In the summer of 1861 or 82a trio of jovial friends Dr John Jack Craig Chris Engleman and Sam atch came tp Pulaski on a tithing ex cursion Mr lUll and I at their so licitation joined them and we went to Buck Creek at Jug or not and had a frolic Now I am the lone survivor of that gay party As a somewhat curious coincidence have in the last few days after a long lung period of non Intercourse been thinking of this old acquaintance and was about addressing him a letter reminder of auld long syne Had I directed it forward when where would It have reached him 7 J W P PARKBK MCKINNEY Robert Root of Wilmot Kansas will be ut homo with his the holidayIMisses Bertha and Catherine Murphy will return from Bourbon College thisI week to spend Xmas with the homo solks Mr J H Shone of North Carolina who purchased a farm of J S Murphy will not bo able to come to Kentucky on Jan lilt as ho anticipated on account of his mothers illness Mp It II Mctcalf tho present cash ier of the McKinney Deposit Dank ha been chosen to fill the same poaitiouthe ensuing year which speaks well for a young mae It is his third year R C rfunncllcy has purchased fro G C Dolender agent for the Southern Lumber Co 12000 feet of lumber to a tobacco barn with McKinney s tho place to buy your lumber Thor are millions ct feet hero on the yard Pooling that it would take a great deal of my time from home and bein at present busily engaged I have decided to withdraw from tho jailers taco Thanking my friends for their encouragement I remain W J Dun canMr E J Tanner has recently in stalled three gasoline lights In his storo and ono on the outside which is very much appreciated by his patrons and neighbors Three stores now have then in which makes our little villiago bril Hint after night Medicine That is Medicine I havesu ITerod a good deal with ma laria and stomach complaints but I rave now found a remedy that keeps no well and that remedy Is Electric Hitters a medicine thatismedlclno for stomach and liver troubles and forrun downcondltlonssay8 W C Kicstlcr bf Ilalliday Ark Electric Bitters purl fy and enrich the blood tono up tho nerves and impart vigor and energy to tho weak Your money will bo re funded If it falls to help you GOoG ennys Drug Store The investigation of the peculations Judge Booo may complete the work by the middle of January as it is pro greasing steadily The amount that he took from the State that has been dis covered to date Is 20000 Frankfort JournalPreventfcsthoso Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely and quickly check oall colds and tho Grip Trythem alb and see 4fi 25c Sold by Penny Drug Store l NEWS NOTES- M L Searcy Is dead at Springfield aged 58 He had Brights disease Robbers cracked the safe of the bank at Ccrcsco Neb and got away with 3000 For the first time In six months tho Ohio river has reached a packet stage at PJttsburg Frank J Carraro of Louisville died from the loss of blood following the ex traction of a tooth Tho mill of tho Ballston Paper Con pany at Ballston N Y was destroyed by fire causing n loss of 100000 Louis McConnell of Frankfort was shot by tho occidental discharge of his gun while returning from bunting- James Clancey a veteran of the Civil War died at the National Soldiers Home at Milwaukee aged 100 years A largo quantity of hay three horses and two cows were burned In George Perrys barn near Covington The loss is 0000 An Altoona Pa man has 28 child ren and is hoping to raise the number to 30 Four sets of twins are included in the list The claim of the Citizens Dank of New Orleans for funds seized by Gen Ben Butler during the war was allow ed by Congress It is more than probable that the Jury in the Parrish bank wrecking case on trial at Hawcsville will not be able to find a verdict James Jenkins John Portella and Leo Chung were hanged on the sam scaffold in the provincial jail at New Westminster B C Tho Federal quarantine against Mary land because of a recent outbreak of tho foot and mouth disease was raised except in certain districts Incendiaries burned a barn for Ed J Owens in tho Eastern part of Galloway county Mr Owens is a member of the Law and Order League James Curren 18 years old was kill ed in a boxing match with Benjamin Barnett 17 years of age at the Broadway Athletic Club Philadelphia A St Louis pastor says it is the duty of women to make themselves as at tractlvo as possible oven to he extent of using powder pull and tho paint brushA from Isis Vn states that Grover Blackwell a young man of that place was run over and cut to pieces at Pineville Ky after being robbed stunned by u blow on the head nn placed on the railroad track by high waymen who held him up In a pistol fight on the main street of Wytheville Va Chief of Police Welter McClintock nail E A Cregger war killed McClintock shot Cregger to death after he himself had been mortally wounded and the two bodies fell near each other In the thoroughfare Henry B Suydam a mining stockbroker member of the curb stock market and an Alderman of Plainfield N J was shot and dangerously wounded in his office in New York by John C Lumdcn an inventor who claimed that Suydam refused to pay him money inventionsThe court of appeals declared the 600000 appropriation for the Stat University and Normal Schools provid laymconstitutional This appropriation WAS made by the list Legislature and eui was brought when the auditor refuse- to issue the warrantIJudge Jore R Morton of LexingtonI succumbed to heart disease begsupper cam without warning and Judge Morton ha not complained of feeling ill He wasI a native of county and served under Gen Morgan in tho Confederate armyTwelve people were poisoned as the result of drinking poisoned water at Campbellayille the eight children of Mr and Mrs Brent Powell together with Mr and Mrs William Denson and their two children who were guests of tho Powells being tho victims For a time it appeared as if all would die of the effects of the poison but the doc tors now believe most of them will rc cover fhis Is Worth ReadinglLeo F Xelinski of 68 GI son St Buffalo N Y says I cured tbo most annoying cold sore I over had with IIuoKlens Arnica Salvo I ap plied this salve once a day for two days when every trace of the sore was Heals all sores Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 25c Maj Ahearn of the United StateshArmy has just demonstrated trip around the world can bo made for 584 69 Guilty or Counterfeiting Passing counterfeit money is no worse than substituting some unknown worthless remedy for Foloys Honey and Tar the groat cough and cold remedy that cures tho most obstinate coughs and heals the lungs Now Stanford Drug Co BUSTONVILLE Miss Dollio Cabbcll is visiting M J B True In Lexington Although the weather was not ret able a fair crowd attended the gala Y W Burton and goof prct ruled Arthur Lanham and Miss Mary len dcrgast were married at tho home of the bride on South Fork Wednesday last The churches will have a union Christmas tree at the Opera House on Christ mas eve at 7 oclock to which every body is invited Misses Sue Taylor and Nannie Woods Engleman of Stanford were guests of Miss Kay Sallee nt Hotel Weather ford Saturday and Sunday In just two weeks after tho death of that popular traveling man Robert Adams his wife received a check from the Maccabees for his llfejinsurnncc Tom Durham of Jumbo the 40th anniversary of his marriage last week by killing the fatted calf and and inviting tho entire community to tho feast Barney W Leigh has beghn building on the fair grounds property recently bought of Judge Bailey lie will have a handsome homo with all necessary outbuildings erected in a few months We welcome Mr Leigh and family to our midst Becoming frightened at a dog on tho verander of tho Bogle home Friday Miss Cora Lipps jumped pver the banisters spraining her ankle and fracturing the- o tlbbla just above her shoe Her sister Miss Edna has arrived from Wise Va and will manage Miss Coras business until she recovers Mrs V B Morse and son Val left last week for Deming N M to spend the winter for the benefit of his health W Allen has returned from South ern Kentucky and Middle Teun where ie bought several cars pf cattle He also had a delightful visit to the hospl table homes of Mr and Mrs Robert J Lyles James B and Moses Cook In NashvilleThe election of officers of the Masonic lodge hero will be held at 2 p M on the 26th The installation ser vice will be conducted by J N Saunders of Stanford whoso efficiency in- the work makes It exceedingly interest ng All members of the craft are cor dially invited The supper from 5 to 6 will bo for the brethren and from 6 to 1130 tho ladies of the Christian church dwill entertain tho public with a delight ful menu Marked For Death Three years ago I was marked fore death A grBvoyad cough was tearing my lungs to pieces Doctors lolled to help mo and hope had fled when my husband got Dr Kings New Discov cry says Mrs A C Williams ofBac Ky The first dose helped me and Im prorcmcnt kept on until I had gained 63 pounds In weight and my health was fully restored This medicine holds tho worlds healing record for coughs and colds and lunp nod throat diseases It prevents pnomonla Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drugstore 60c and 81 Trial bottle free 4 To The Democrats of the Fourth Magisterial District 1 am again candidate for magistrate Feelingdmagistrate for the last four years will prove beneficial to me for future work again ask the democrats to give me the nomination I feel the responsibil mandelected your interest will be mine Thanking you in advance I am Respectfully W M DUDDERAR The cleverest Imitation of real Coffee over yet made is Dr Snoops Health Co flee It is fine In flavor and is made in just one minute No tedious Mado fromI ISnmpleStore Mrs Isabel J Martin who was convicted of conspiracy in the dynamiting tho home of Judge Ogden in Oak Cal has been sentenced to life imprisonment Foleys Orlno Laxative cures chronic constipation and stimulates the liver Orino regulates the bowels so they 1wl11 act naturally and you do not have to take purgatives continuously New Stanford Drug Co Anna Goulds two foreign husbands ave cost her over 11000000 Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25o Box Sold by Pennys Drug Store populationMen outnumbered women ia this country a year ago by 1638321 wSENSE a Teaches you that it is wise to remember your friends with a gift that will be of service Se misI take Alligator Handbag Gentlemens Suit Case Umbrella from 50c to 1250i A neat Overcoat A pair of Kid Gloves Box of Silk Handkerchiefs A dainty Muffler Silk Hose latest colors Patent Leather Shoes for Lady or Gentleman Silk Suspenders Silver Buckles- A stylish Coat Sweater r Late Neckties 25c to 20Q A Ycst two something new Boxrbf Shirts UptoDate KepTop Boots for the Boy A Suit of Clothes Might Make Him Smile A Stetson Hut Would Improve ills Looks Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY t ruHigginss Christmas Fruit is Arriving See his Window DisplaYof Rochester Ware n Fancy Lamps Bananas Oranges Grapes Mixed Nuts cra r 00000000 W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky 1 I t = r The Interior Journal EC WALTON =NEW YORK State is going into the good road business on a large scale The people voted to expend 60 millions t for tho work and the Legislature e propriated 11 millions of it for diate use This is one of the greatest economic questions of the day and each State must solve it or get left in th marchof progress Kentucky is fa behind in the matter but with the con i stitutional amendment adopted author 1c izing State aid in the making of them we may soon have good roads SPEAKER CANNON is a profane old codger In a speech at a banquet the other night ho said that if his powe- as Speaker was curtailed he would be like a cat in hell without claws All i the same the House should clip his it claws A oneman power is t to a popular form of government 7ALLwho believe this dispatch from t Oakland Cal will pleaso send us a Christmas present At a benefit dance tendered him last night in this city H3 year oid Capt Goddard E Diamond led the grand march with Miss Mario N Monteith who is 100 years his jun ior a THE Coopers father and son who murdered Senator E W Carmack at Nashville Nov 9th will ask for bail From what wo can gather a couple o hempen lines are more needed in their cases than an opportunity to go and put someother enemy out of tho way BECAUSE a party of schoolgirls on horseback rode ahead of another party including President Roosevelt Mr I Roosevelt rode hurriedly up and struck t one of the girlshorses with his crop causing it torear and administered a rebuke Shame on Teddy I THE news comes from Washington that Steve Sharp marshal for th Eastern districtof Kentucky is cer tainly to walkltheplank in the early days of the Tat administration Good r The oldturncoat should have been le out many years ago How is this for downright meanness 7 Mrs William Huddon of Bristol Tenn had her husband jailed alleging that he had threatened her life and in the mean time she eloped with a fellow who had been boarding with the family Ir took four millions of dollars to pay the expenses of the funeral of the Em peror of China It looks like the old heathenlought to have been put away at a cost not exceeding 30 cents in Chi na money y POLITICAL a Tho President has sent to the Senate the name of Joseph L Early wine to be Postmaster at Paris Ifi1tJge Frank E Daultherty was nom mated for Commonwealths Attorney ia the Nelson district Gov Willson has appointed J G Tomlin ot Walton as special judge of the Pulaiki circuit court W T Davis will contest the nomina tion of JudgeM J Moss for circuit judge in theBell district William J Bryan was the principal Jspeaker at the closing day of the National Corn Exposition at Omaha t It is believed in New York that Prfs 3lent clect Taft has selected Geo W J Wickersham to be attorney general in his Cabinet Candidates to succeed Senator Knox i of Pennsylvania are many Represen tatives Dalzell and Burke being the most prominent At a meeting of representative citi zens in Indianapolis it was decided to ih hold the national tariff conference in that city from Februrary 9 to 11 William H Taft presidentelect has announced the appointment of United States Senator Philander C Knox of Pennsylvania as Secretary of State in Bryan will this week de liver a series of public addresses in Pennsylvania the most interesting perhaps being that at a Dollar Din ner at Unfontown- President Roosevelt has begun prep arations for submission to Congress of a mass oJ evidence tin which he based the statements in his annualmessage regarding the secret service Gov Willson has appointed a Lincoln Centenary Commission for Kentucky of 51 members Cot Andrew Cowan of Louisville being named as chairman The routine work will be done by the Lincoln Farm Association and it is ex pected that the Kentucky Commission will be required to meet but twice Judge J W Alcorn is tho member from Lincoln county t MATRIMONIAL t A Chicago judge decides that a woman who marries a man knowing that he gets only 6 a week has no right tot look to him for support- C W Baldock of Liberty and Miss Ada Bell of Dunnville eloped to Jef fersonville and were married by Mag istrate James S Keigwin Both are natives of Casey count the groom who is 26 years old being a farmer The bride is Ig and a daughter of Frank Bell a farmer Courier Journals xt i a r IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES An effort to break jail at Lancaster was thwarted Mrs R H McKinney a popular I Madison county woman Is dead Clalborne Adams has been appointed postmaster at Waterloo Pulaski coun PGeorge French wanted at Harrods burg for breaking jan was arrested at d Swinebroad sold for J E Waterrstreet to F G Hurt caster Record Tho five ycar oldson of Howard Mur rell of tho Poplar Hill section of Ca sey burned to death by his clothes catching fire fromjan open grate The wife of Dr II L Casey of Dan hadrsued for divorce but only a month ago a reconciliation had been effected Arthur Noe aged 18 was broaght bfeattempting to assault Miss Emma Solomon a 13yearold girl who resides near BronstonSomerset Journal The postoiTico inspector made his reg ular visit to Pine Hill where ho found a qhortage of about 200 in the accounts of Postmaster Thomas better known as Dr Thomas When the doctor made his appearance in this county about eight years ago no one knew from whence ho came and now no one knows whither he has gone disappearing as if by magic His bondsmen J A Do willfhave to make good Vernon Signal FARMERS DEPARTMENT Caleb Thomas sold his 100acre farm on the Paris pike near Georgetown for 15000A Co of Lawrenceburg slaughtered 24000 turkeys They paid for them about 35000 Over 225000 pounds of tobacco sold at auction at Springfield Saturday a 18ae F L Thomp son the John Anderson farm of 80 acres near Preachersville for 8000 PlymouthtF D No2 box 28 Shelby City George B Turner bought 00000 acres of coal and timber land in Clay and Harlan counties for 00000 The land was sold by a decree of court Announcement ia made that tho erec tion of an uptodate packing plant with a capacity of approximately 4000 hogs and 1000 beeves a week will be begun in Atlanta April 1 At J D Whitehouses sale mica Gravel Switch mules brought 75 to 150 horses E76 to 115 short yoarllhga 1750 yearling heifers 20 yearling steers 33 farming implements sold well DANVILLE COURT There were about 200 cattle on the Danville market yes terday but trade was slow and only about half sold Good yearling eta was in demand at 3 to 3Jc Butcher stuff was slow at 2 to 2c Tho horse and mule market was also dull A Dangerous Operation la tho removal of the appendix by Burgeon No one whotako Dr Kings New Life Pills is over subjected to this frightful ordeal They work so quiet ly you dont feel them They cure constipation headache biliousness and malaria 23o at Pennnys Dru Store 0 PUBLIC SALE I I will on SATURDAY DEC Ws soil to the highest bidder some household and kitchen furniture omo farming Imple merits About or w locust wire tone posts I good lhone led some loose hay clover and timothy mixed good family a lot of Buff Orpblngton and Yly mouth nock chickens twohorse wagon hnrnesi ic and other thing not named Terms made known on day of sale Sale wilt begin at oclock p x JlI BRIGHT Stanford Ky Mahony Rank- inINSURANCE Fire Life Accident and Tornado Farm Property a Specialty Eight of the leading of the world represented Compete In rates with payIlagsuit In the history of this agency Losses waitingley0daysforyourmoneyBoforo No In on MAHONY 0 RANKIN The Insurance Men of Stanford PUBLIC SALE The undersigned Auditors Agent In and dlrectlansfromttioAuditoroimtheHtateot Kcn tucky onMONDAY JAN IS 1HD Beginning ntl oclock p x nt the court house door In Stanford Ky sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder for- cash hand the real estate hereinafter mentioned The title to said lands haying yelled In the Commonwealth of Kentucky under action 41M of the Kentucky Statutes having heretofore been sold by the Sberitror Lincoln county for taxes due said State and county and bid In for the Htmteof Kentucky and the county of Lincoln and not being rue deemed within time prescribed by Under d rrctlons of the Audlto the Auditors Agent authorized to receive from the former owner or persons now claiming sold land by purchase or otherwise the l rv u r amount of beck taxescosts penalties tlo nt any time before the In which event talil property will not be sold Stanford District IWhile Wm Hsytlrtt 2Jacrn Jack H ld118acrn Morris Fred town lot C D Dawes 2Ssun W A Hubbard lot Wm Leisure 14 acre Offermtn 121 acres John Scarbrough 66 acres E Stone 160 acres Farugot Menm 15sun W D flames town lot Joe Grant Town lot Torn Lraiure 14 acres J W Oaks 2crn G Yufer 3 sues AlbntChristophn home and lot John WJright 142 acre Rebecca Bramroett 5 acres L B Cook 3 14 urn William Chumley 3 14 acres Colored Solen Craig lot Shelby Wood 4 acre Jesse Ifya howe And lot Stewart 3 12acres Miller Anderson lotlElizabeth Crow I acre Coney Will Hay acre- Squire HiAa acre Wyatt Hill 3 acres Joe L McMullin 2 acre Wm Morris 6 acres Sam Rout 4 acre Dick Rout 7 acre Sam and Dick Rout 3 acres Chu Simpson 3 acres Grant Burdette Iacre Kate Givens 10 acre William Jones 2 lots Bill J oots WalIaceTudor1 Hears lot Tho Bailey 41 12 acre Harriet Cart 14 acres Tim Hayden I 12 acres Bell lotJOliver Ball town Mack Montgomery I acre Amanda Wood 4 acres Dick Bailey 41 acfe Bell Embry town lot tan Whitley 10 acres will Green 5 acres Joe Gardner 10 acres Harrison Helm 2 town lots Monroe Hickman 20 acres Will Richardson acre Lee Stewart I acre Frank Vuuon Iacre acrest and lot Hannah Montgomery 3 acres Canon I acre DItrldIURn UaughertyTOnere- sSlraKate UelnneyWacrer AJ wenny 30 acres Mrs 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Warren acres AVT White 75 acre M H Woods IS acres Morrow Peggy Young acre Jacob Zetsler 39 acres Hamuel Bastln acre James Bnitln acres two tracts Batln 25 acre II I Tlaugb2t acres H C Brown 15 acres John Byrd aoneres T W Dnllejr and Co 19 acres Morvllle Deatherldge acres J H Harris IS acre K Jubex 120 acres Hal Johnson M acres Kd W Kenxell 818 acres Kit McMullin 40 acres David Moore acres J W Moore wt acres Oleo Moore M acres 0 It iulllam JOncres Wm Robinson acres Mary Htnekler 7t acres Oeorge II D thegrove 40 acres lIer Elizabeth Waters to acres JosWhe ildon acres Robert Williams W acres Kills Yocum II acres Hnrah Owtley Col 53 acres II II Frailer acres Hallle Morgan S3 acres H H Mulllns X acres Frank Hmlth 48 acres J A Spalding 29 acres Martin h Owens 71 acres Chas Trusty acres J II Upthogrove 35 acres John K Walls 25 acres Clark Yonng 10V acres DistrictWhite Alken aero Jess Jackson 49 acres 1 C lAnham lot Mrs Start McChonI 40 acres Milton Reynolds 25 acres Felix Illcbanl 40 acre 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Wood I acre Minerva Anderson 7 acres Tbo lUtllvy nacre Jake Curpentrllelu acre Marlnli OIod s acres Dan Hubble lot Wilson Mnstortontacres Henry O Riffs liner i to Annie Vanleman lot Annlo Morion S acres Tom Handldge micros Kd Brown micra District Joe Acton S acres lire Steve Carrier Town lot U W Vaughl JJ acre U B Mlle Ji acre Hubert JlrnzlerWacllIDUdrimnlOiacrea Wilt King nere Adam 1etre acres IIU Magee lli acre A T Stewart acres Will out I aero VincrtsWTHuttou 6JJas Acton oj acre J it Baugh acres H BuchleyCOacre SI U Bunch 40 acres M HOhlpmnn acres MrM A Camden III acres Jab Fulconberry Macros Jo OodtiMy 34 acres W DOrtnith HII acres Ktlrnliiliky 11 acre K W Ornbiiin III acre Russell Goooh acres have hicks e acre J Jaekley lOaore Will KuskeytU acres Mike KottlgnnSSacre lien AH MulllniM acres J O ria al acres M 0 Herber t acre air Anderson I acres Anton Bender aSacre W SI Denham nacre Jas Uodfrey I acre Jar Lyon town lot Jaiue Mason acre e H Noel an acres W J Irmton 3 BtrtlNancy Wilson town lot George Brown I micro KCaldwell nacre Deatherldge Xacre Ham Oooch acre Jim JoneS town lot Ham MeOormnok a acre loot Tbomru town lot Lee Yuwellacres FrancUGale t5 acres AHhankslOacres Sam Italian 6 lucre have Itostln IS acres Rene Beotty houe and lot SInrign Cook IS acres John Uolltns Smieres ki1nyl4acresFrazlr J H Harris II acre Illebanl Jnrman acre IMenr MtKlnmur lot Mr Sarah MalttM town lot KKODenreMres Uletaird RoblMea let Obey ReyneM It aefea has Hloll tot IBm Welch lot John WIUKW Macro s Annie WaiMit tlllThe Wpod acres Adam Tetrvy JrlMtM Irs oIarb IliiHgh Mtaarw Andy Ilrui r nsrra s John IIrll ton Naaraa J R Klorenf c Jr e awe Green lisle 45 acres John W Orimn r acrd o A lto6a199aeras Mrs M A Ja1IrNaaeres- Me Den Hltw M J M BuWixKiB t sate O W e urec- Mn M A miler I case Jos Wlltard laaara OtO I Yams 16cene Brad HU aires J no I Admiastslacre- lien lltadd n acres fireGeorgeW T B HdwHrd moatJoknton n Hamm WOacret aereaWmHenry Delaney I aere Alex Jiolme hairs I ewe Ieter flies bare John Najrlor Jr aimMrs J leacre WniCurUstHwiM Robert 1mllWJle- ThOi IteetorNaare- eNieholk Babbitt awe W A Lwteh 1lastleo W IMIrtltln tHtnarw K 1FanlkBM IaareIleieklnn Oraaia Mrs M K HhltunuH jfctacrw It f Vhltu 7turw It Snow Snore W ItHnowSSacma Clreen Brook TinorM Wm H SI liter lit acres Jerry WllohrX7atr aqW r i Merman HluughteroSacre Alonio Vlnson S acre Sarah Cooley aero o Gaines i6 tireMrs H J fllven to acres Vaughtft Buchanan acres HolticlawManefeo Secret Chap Burfow HI Acres J KHmlth ftl acres HHMulllinWacrp Hayden looch IMaares August Milter 74 aere o It laxlIlIIoerM- I O Mastla I6 acres Mike HHillter A Rer- wVnllluSneres H Burton loreOeorge ItrentNascot- JnnresiiutetWacres H It Clooch QlllelCl J W Harrison 196 acre J C Harris Jr in acres JOllarrliHrTOacre Green Kldd iO ncres John McKinney J W McKlnncytfncre hill 1rtce town lot U C Ietrey 00 acre W Singleton acre Tbos Tltnburlrson 100 acres man Ill acres Lucinda Ietrey J8 acre Wm Hcblndlnbaner 1r5 acre J MOooch micros John Collins acre Jo Floyd acre G N Htatnn W acre J H Yocum acre J It McWhorterTO acre J FJeRrles 40 acres JNGalnes16acreaacres H B Walford 146 acre Will Lensuro acres Jame Lawrence 40 acres John Blalnfl acre Lewis fade a acres Dudln town lot Bun Ierrllllloere Henry Johnson IU acres Newman Patten aores lIenr Illuney 6 acre HRrrlltt Koluyff nere haggard Heir 40 acres John Itoger a acres Dick Thompson 6 acres J It Unwly acre It T Ends 45acre H Hlmore town lot Dims Hoaker acres IohnhomOne H W ley61 acre Anthony Given aew mines Ooocle nevi Kate 31 acres W LIIartlnUIIUtM Owsley Snores John Bnndldge acre Jam i Stewart acne Wm La Jr town lot John Hnndldge aero William Bailey acre Gto Carpenter 40 acrvsUWIIUGHKH Auditors Agt for Lincoln County Ky zay USEPUIt S P ESE IS You arc going to give presents of course Christmas and why not give Something Pretty Something Good at the same time Something Useful t1 sN A SILK MUF FLERIs good every cold dny in the year and we have them from 5Oc to 350 so I A Handsome Plain or Gold or Sil i ver Mounted Umbrella Good every Rainy or Sun Shiny day at a range of prices from 1 to 510 A NICE NECKTIE for 50c or 1 A good pair of Warm or Dress Gloves or n JOHN B STETSON lInt at 350 or 500 A pair of Ladies ULTRA SHOES 350 and 1 or a MANSS WALK OVER SHOE for 3 50 1 told 5J1A henutifut Sill Handkerchief or a dozen linen ones We will bo glad to r T show you those at any timo SJ McROBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY Our Holiday Display I At the Emporium Ilustonvillc is now ready for your inspection Wo have gathered this line from all points of the compaw See our guaiug contest in Window Display beginning DECEMBER 14 for one week Money to you For the LITTLE FOLKS wo have a SANTA CLAUS LETTER BOX All are invited to mail their wants We guarantee tie livery AH letters must bo in box by Dee 18lh in order to reach Snnla plane in time for Ide Secretary to awanl your request Give your postufliof address N CUT RATES IN CLOTHING AND MILLINERY t Yours fir fair exchange CHAS WHEELERai HUSTONVILLE KY Headquarters For I Xmas Goods Queensware Lamps BrioaBrac Silverware AJCarving Sets Foreign and Domestic Fruits Canlies and Nuts i s T 1i e GEORGE He FARRIS Stanford XMPSPChinaware Nickel Plated Ware Carving Sets Packet Knives and Table Cutlery Any of them make a good Xmas present Geol D Hopper Stanford Ky rerbings te EC muitjcjrY1001 Substantial and useful suggestions in our store This store is brimfulof pretty Christina tricks Smoko BcU Handkerchief Bags Laundry Bags Vate Paper Baskets Sewing Baskets Embroidery Baskets Embroidery Sets Pin Cushion hat Pin Holders Stray Hair Holders Match Scratch 4 era Mail Catchers Bed Room Slippers Fancy Sutponders and Hose Sup porters Boxes Kuching Handkerchiefs of all Kinds Silk Scarfs Silk Petticoats Pillow Tops and many other imported novelty goods Shop early and avoid the rush and jam I The Interior Journal lfi STANFORD KT Dix 22 1908 NEW assortment of local view post I cards at Pennys Drug Store SOME very special bargains In Box but the Is Ask tPaper them Penny s Drug Store PERSONALS MRS J A WALTBR is quite sick MR J E NEVIOS of Lancaster was I hero Sunday MRS W K WARNER went to Lex ington yesterday CONGRESSMAN HARVEY nEW is at home for the holidays LITTLE Sarah Allen Cormlney is seri ously III of pneumonia DeN HARDIN of London was here Saturday with relatives Miss BERTHA JACKSON is back from I a visit to London relatives MR S H Goods of Somerset pass t ed through to London Sunday J MR A G CoFFEY returned Saturday to his home at Hominy Okla MR D M STETHBNSCN spent Satur t t 1 day In Richmond with friends laiR J F COVER made a business trip to CorbIn and Mlddloboro O MRS S M SAUFLEY end son of Frankfort are with relatives here MR THOMAS BADGETT of Huston h vWe is visiting bliss Grace DUhon- MR WILL RIFFE and wife of line tonvlllf were with Mrs Jessie Stags MRS W S DUNHAM returned Sunday from a visit to Danville relatives Mla CLARA COLUBR of Crab Orch ard was the guest of Miss Marie Ma hony PROF LWUE ANDERSON has resign I as principal of the Kingsville Graded bchoolMa A T Nun aLLeY arrived from Texas Saturday to spend Xmas with his parents MRS MARY BURCH has returned from a visit to helen S J Burt in Chat tnopga MRS H D CAMPBELL and children of Wllmore are with Mrs James F CumminsMiss who is teach log at Campbetltburlr is at home far the holidays MRS T P HILL and Mrs Julia tiChae will take rooms at the Coffey Jan 1 MR E T CARTER of Evawvllle Ind joined his wife and son at Mrs Julia Hughes Missis SARAH CURTW and Kate Wart riner of Huitonvllle were with friends t here Saturday MISSES IDA AND ELLUN MOORe are at home from Campbell hagerman College Lexington MR J M REYNOLDS wife and son of Waynesburg have been guests of Mr John wife MRS R Co HOCKER and children went to Richmond yesterday to attend the burial of Mr Thee PhfIps Miss MARY VANOY who has been in the millinery business at Nashville for some time home Friday MRS L a KELLY of Louisville is here to spend Christmas with her par eats Mr Mrs T D Newland MR P B DUNN of Lexington and t Miss Aileen Bourn of Lancaster have been guests at Mr W K Warners Miss JESSIE DEANE COOKE of Nash ville arrived Saturday to visit her sis ters Mesdames G B Cooper and E C comes from Burnside that a son has arrived at the home of Prof and Mrs McVey The professor taught the Hustonville Graded last year TUB hour for the McClary Yesger wedding has been changed from 12 to 10 oclock Dec 30 Those invited will t take notice p tTbin J A WALDEN and family have moved to his recently purchased farm in Fayette county The many friends these good people made during their brief sojourn gave them up with much regret MRS SAMUEL WiLHrrE wire of CityI Controller Wilhite is at the Jewish Hospital being treated for typhoid ever She was removed days ago Mrs Wilhite is ImprovingI rapidly and her physician believes will be out in a short Louisville Times MR S II ROUT who left this coun ty some eight years ago and went r West Is now located at Portland Ore v gon where he writes that he is doing nicely lie says the grass is green and s beautiful around Portland that flowers of all kind are in bloom and everything is lovely Go to James M Phillips for fruits candies nuts Xmas presents etc Tire directors of the Peoples Bank of Hustonville will meet Dee 31st at their A bank from 10 to 12 oclock to elect offi cer fV the ensuing year LOCALS SINGLETONS for good candles FIND neckwear Cummins en p pp CLOTHES French cleaned Farmer 4 presents in H Mueller CAR Liverpool salt arrived H Baughman Co XMAS candies that cannot be in either price or quality at SMALLPOX is a thing of the Mt Vernon and no one need fears of coming to town says nal APPROPRIATE gifts Ladles gloves fur top gloves New our famous 1 and SUO kid Severance Son THE directors theCrab Banking Co are called to meet bank Dee 30th for the purpose claring a dividend W K WARNER wapttto about your plumbing tinning tering also country water pot street Stanford Tits L willsell ets to Winchester Dec 29 30 limited to Jan 1 at 245 the State Teachers Meeting MRS MAGGIE E PORTMAN ville sold to Mr J S Heckor tee building occupied by Rankin on Lancaster street THE INTERIOR JOURNAL will a paper Tuesday next If something you want printed better give It to us in time for isaA youawhonet be makl if she can be induced to say tells uf that there are 81 old and around Stanford Who thunk it I HAVE bought Al Wa laces in the livery firm of Beazley lace and alto the books Those the firm will please call and me G G Besxley FOR substantial Xmas on Tribble Pence Beautiful mirrors picture library dining tables hall trees etc of tricycles for children Till Modern Woodmen will Old Fiddler Contest at Uunn feya hall in Moreland on night Dec 23 All fiddlers years old or more 7 will be the winner 4 to the 2nd and the third Attend ENTERTAINMENT The pupils Crab Orchard Graded School on entertainment at the Baptist at that place tomorrow evening Admission 10 and I ceed to be used for painting house All cordially invited JUDGE J W ALCORN has pointed a trustee of the Home at Pewee Valley trustees appointed by Gov Maj P P Johnson of John II Leathers of Louisville Robert Hurd of Bowling Green Macklin of Frankfort HUFFMANMrs Permelia widow of Dr A G Huffman at Kansas City She was mother of Mr Mack Huffman place and a daughter of the liam F Lee Mrs Huffman well remembered here was old Her burial occurred at Kansas DR W B OBANNOtf has half interest in the drug store Whipp It will be remembered our last issue we told of Mr purchase of the New Stanford Cos store of Harris OBannoa and Mr Whipp will strong team and will get a good of the business we predict THE recital which was to given last Saturday afternoon pupils of Miss Fettro and Miss was postponed until Saturday noon Jan 9 1909 The was due to the death of Henry Tucker a beloved pupil of High School Patrons and please remember the date and TRY some of Singletons 20c coal oiL OYSTERS celery cranberrlesandfowls Thursday Geo H Farris A GOOD buggy robe will make a nice Xmas present J C McClary OUR mill will be onChristmas day only J H Baughman Co HATS are still going below cost while they last Miss Ella May Saunders WE have on hand all kinds of fresh meats See us Wilkinson Lutes IAUNT AMERICA SUTTON a well known Negro woman of the Hubble section is dead OWL brand pure cotton seed meal Car just arrived 30 per ton J II Baughman Co FOR Xmas presents of bcanty and which will be a joy forever see W II Mueller the jeweler OUR Xn China other holiday goods must go this week Now is your chance Geo D Hopper FOR SALE OR RENTThe Warner storehouse on East Main Street Ap ply at once to W K Wrrner LET me tell you of the 25 or more points of superiority of the sewing ma chine I handle W II Mueller THERE will be a Christmas tree at Hebron church Thursday afternoon next Christmas eve at 2 oclock EGGS are scarce at 60c per dozen in Chicago and real fresh ones can not be secured even at that enormous price MR N W FOWLE informs us that a Sunday School Christmas tree will be given at Rowland on Thursday night 21th beginning at 7 oclock Every body Invited LOST a pocketbook containing a 5 bill and some small change Purcell Okla printed on the purse Reward for its return to R II Bronaugh Crab Orchard Ky WE move that Dr Timothy W Pen nington celebrate Christmas day by tearing down those 101 Ranch advertise menta that decorate his front window in the Myers louse Flats WILL SALTER who was a soldier in the SpanishAmerican war and who caught a cold which brought on tuberculosis has been granted a pension of 30 a month and 1200 back pay DONT forget the Christmas tree at the Baptist church Thursday evening next Doors will open at 7 oclock Remember the poor and make their hearts happy by putting something on the tree for them R M NEWLAND representing The Old Reliable Mutual Benefit Life In surance Co has delivered to Mrs Bes lie M Hardin a cheek for 5000 the amount of insurance carried by her late husband Mark Hardin in that compa To fill parties holding certificates of county claims You aro notified that the money is now in the oounty treasury to pay your claims and that you must therefore pay your taxes at once otherwise 1 will have to add the penal tv T J Hill S L C PHELPS News was received here yesterday of the death of Mr Thomas Phelps of Madison aged 70 years Mr Phelps married Miss Sallie Cobb daughter of the late Richard Cobb of this county He was one of Madisons substantial farmers and a most excellent citizen DR L B COOK has on exhibition in H J McRoberts show window a beau tiful loving cup he got at the Poultry Show at Frankfort It was given for the best pen of Rhode Island Reds and the ring was open to all Kentucky breeders The cup is a very handsome- one and the doctor is naturally very proud of It- FRANK P MCGARVEY who is seeking the democratic nomination for the Leg islature has come out flatfooted for the county unit bill He finds in his canvass for the nomination that nearly every voter asks him how he stands on this question and there is such an ov overwhelming sentiment for it and tags that should ho be elected he will bend every effort for the passage of the bilL Since declaring himself he feels confident of election Harrodsburg Herald Our Present forla a discount of 20 per cent on any Cloak Suit Skirt Fur Baby Cloak Childs Cloak This offer is on this seasons very newest and best goods tThe continued warm weather at the beginning of Winter has caused us to make this liberal offer Come let us show you The saving of several dollars is certainly a substantial gift SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY I aueaeLlI nyI You GENUINE Virginia saddles in stock J C McClary FOR your Christmas fruits candles nuts etc call at T D Newlands nAVE you read about the South Bend watch 7 W li Mueller handles them Sotto silver spoons forks etc in larger quanitics than ever W H Mueller OUR shipment of fruits and nuts has been opened up and the prices are right Geo D Hopper W R formerly of Highland wants the republican nomination for sheriff of Pujoski T S STARLING Co Stanford will not receive tobacco Thursday Friday and Saturday Dec 24 25 26 I WILL receive scaled bids for the our plus milk of the Stanford creamery till noon of Dec 31st II J McRoberts secty HOLIDAY RATZS VIA QUEEN CRES CENT ROUTE Tickets on sale Dec 18 19 23 24 25 30 31 and Jan 1 limited Jan 6 1900 Ask agents for particulars THE creditors of D M Lipps deceas ed are notified that their claims must be filed with me properiy proven on or before Feb 15 1909 Rufus A Lipps special commissioner NOTICE thosehaving claims against the estate of John F Cash deceased will please present them to mo at the First National Bank Stanford properly proven and verified by Jan 151909 H C Baugbman adminlstra tor JACOBS HARRIS theMcKinney monument men have just placed a handsome stone over the grave of Mr W G McCee in Buffalo cemetery It represents a large stump of a tree with an anvil nailed to it and the blacksmiths hammer resting on it It is an exceedingly well executed job TimE wife of MrII Herndon of the Shelby City section died Sunday following an operation The remains were taken to Richmond her former home for burial yesterday Besides her husband Mrs Herndon leaves three little children to mourn the loss of a good wife and a tender affectionate mother KENTUCKY hunters who abide by the law have only nine more days for sport afield On Jan 1 the law says that the quail and rabbits and other game must go unmolested until Nov 15 1909 At thn end of that time hunters will have enjoyed six weeks of the open season and every true sportsman will satisfiedTUCKERHen Grady Tucker who accidentally shot himself while hunting on Thanksgiving day died at 12 oclock Friday night at the home of his cousin A C Hill to which place he was taken when fhe unfortunate accident occur red For awhile it looked as if he would get well but a week ago his condition changed for the worse and his doctors gave out little or no hope for him Young Tucker was 17 years old a son of Mr and Mrs W T Tucker of the Maywood section and was one of the finest young men it has been our pleas ure to know He was a gentleman at any and all times and at school was a model student He always stood well in his classes and was a favorite with his playmates On the play grounds he did his best which was always good and in the games the other players felt better when Grady was on their side Truly he was an unusual boy and it is a pity indeed that ho should meet such an untimely death The funeral took place at Mr Hills country home at 10 A M Sunday and was conducted by WIcellent young man a high tribute which must have lightened to some extent the burden of the father and mother and other loVed ones The large crowd that heard the funeral service followed the remains to Buffalo cemetery and saw al that was mortal of the exemplary young man laid away to await the resurrection morn A waeon load of flow ers was brought and sent by friends and admirers ot the bor who hal he lived we verily believe would have made name and fame as did the illus trious Southern gentleman for whom he was named May the Lord give the stricken family strength to bear their loss and make them to soon realize that their loss k his eternal gain Z A Chance to Buy Xnjas Presents at Your Own Price 4 Extra specials in Womens and Childrens Handkerchiefs Where will you find the person with more handkerchiefs than they need Where will you find a gift that is more certain to be appreciated by the recipient than a dainty box of handker chiefs We handle nothing but the best that money can buy Our goods pleases the people It is selected for our customers meets their requirements and is its own sales force We keep constantly on hand a fine line of Ladies and Childrens Shoes We also carry the newest and beet in Ladiea Dress Skirts Pet ticoat Underwear Hosiery Gloves Umbrellas Ribbons and little things often overlooked by other stores Our prices are not only reasonable but unusually low Call and see ns I TRIBBLE HUGHES jDryGoods Notions ShoesI Your Brother or Father would appreciate nothing more than he would a dozen of LION BRAND COLLARS and a nice NECKTIE for a XMAS present We have so many pretty styles that you can came and select until your hearts content A nice line of Cut Buttons for 25 and 50c Stick Pins from 25c to 8100 Watch Fobs 25c to 8100 amt many other patty presentsSAM ROBINSON STANFORD Kyf Overcoats At Reducedt Prices- We are offering a Clean Nice Stock of Overcoats at Greatly Reduced Prices If you need an Overcoat we will certainly make it to your interest to see our goods and get our prices before buyinga W E Perkins Crab Orchards s a GOLDSTEIN STANFORDIs determined to sell out the entire stock now in the hands of the CHICAGO SALVAGE COMPNYth- eGreatest Slaughter Dry Goods and Clothing Sale every held in Lincoln County will be continued until everything is sold We still have a vast number of Sc Xr K c rE COarto select from Our store will be closed all day TUESDAY to rearrange the stock Everything must be sold and in order to do so we are marking everything lower regardless of value The continued Sale opens WEDNESDAY DEC 23RD This immense stock consists of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes lor Men women and Children to be sold regardless of cost Never again will you have such a golden opportunity to dress in such rich raiment at such a trifling cost We hereby guarantee to sell precisely as advertised or pay you for your trouble in calling It may be hard to believe that such an immense stock is to be slaughtered at Such Ridiculously how Prices but nevertheless it is gospel truth We merely ask you to come and test our statements STOCK fiND FIXTUREST This entire Stock and Fixtures will and must be sold within the next couple of weeks by the CHICAGO SALVAGE COMPANY LOOK FOR THE BLACK SIGN The Interior Journal oi btndIeM PiCoJa tit safonf m tFIbmrts Tftecct an4 TMftcc lams Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen Tbe ban Mia STANFORD KY fesfcteoc These as OOee tt mare inthtae aad be fully ted JLBeazeyCo j UsdczlMxen ad Ehm1 rail Ages Dealers ia Fur mare MsltiagBBsgs They will excbaage FnrnitHre for xB Kiadj ef Stock Gin Them a Call Priers Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e J C McCIary Vnrfertakerr Embalmer an Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY ilea rsae1t IIexoe rhont Zl bw r CRAB ORCHARD Before this letter appears a wedding will take pUee at Hebron church the contracting parties being popular Cedar Creek young folks To them we extend best wishes for long and useful livesEd White and Henry Newland of Ce dar Creek have opened a nice line of fresh groceries at the W B Janru store If you need anything in their line you will be nicely and dealt with Good goods low prices an fair dealing is their motto Health and prosperity prevails in our little city and as the beautiful Christ mas tide approaches our thoughts go out to those who so Jonz resided among os but who are cow scattered in er ery part of our land To the many who turn to the INTEBIOBS columns longing for a word from home we send toting greetings and earnest wishes that in the intervening days that will- COIBe before another Yuletide Ness tags prosperity and jey with jut enough sorrow to bind you closer t the Master and make you long fer a beau ural day eternal may be yours Mrs M E Fish has moved back to her former roosts ia the Geizel Nark Iron Ffeh has moved to the Dr Price home near the depst Miss Nan Pleas ants ese of ear prettiest and sweetest girls left a few days ago to accept a lucrative position with a Middlcsboro firm and the beys look sad Thomas Montgomery left last week for Somer set ta accept a position in the car shops there Dr T M Lewis and family are eeasfertably quartered in the house formerly occupied by Maurice Perkins who wM shortly mere to bis pretty cot tage sew Bearing completion on Depot streetHrs McBaneys Experience- Mrs M UeRaney Prentiss Miss writes I was ooaSaed to ray bed for slue Months with kidney and bladder trouble and was treated by two phy ieians but failed to get relief No- htsaa tongue nan tell how I suffered and I had given ap hope of ever get ting well until I began taking Foley Kidney Remedy After taking two bottles I felt like a new person and feel it my dotty to tell suffering women what Foleys Kidney Remedy did for me New Stanford Drug Co John D Rockefeller got a Christmas present of 4009000 from the Standard hugeddividend for the last three mouths of the year The tit l dividend for the quarter amounts to 16000000 or J10 a hue on its capitalization of SIOO CWOOO of John D Rockefeller betievede 4f Hoarse coughs and stuffy colds that may develop Into pneumonia over night are qaloklr cured by Foley s Honey and Tar as k soothes Inflamed membranes heals the lungs and ex pels the cold from the system New j Stanford Drug Co ISome sweet day shyall reqult or reclaimed right enthroned truth triumphant and fresh eggs re deemed from the trust Danville Ad vocate bedCough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store FOR SALE I 77s horsepower boiler ami engine and HW mill for Mile Will tell eltbrr or both OIIAA KXMMX Ottrati li9 Ky ottofflee llayaebur- gKStockholders Meeting A raveling of the itoakbohier of tbetrib Richard aBkl at Crab Ofcbaid will be lurid at their tanking dove the Kt xon day la January Uu for the purpor of eleetlagdlreetoraHdolftstsfor the sasa tog year J C NOTICE Xottee II hereby given that Alfred Kriebt will at the regular jnauary meeting uf the Hoard of Prison CoramUlon or the Htate of Kentucky make to parolefromALFRRU ISRtnilT This Dee 19 HOI liy Rob llrtgUt Executors Sale I Aiexeeatorof xixaryCCaddis I will oa WE IlNHrtDAY DEC 33 21M at her late rraldritev 2S miles from Mllkdgvvlllv In Uaeolaeoaaty Kyfc11 at public outcry IIonel mule icows and calf a tot of corn houMhokl aad klUtien lurnliarv a tot of ponltryTkheaU two trail of knob land cootalulng 11 atm each enrb about mltews s or vJllrdgcrlllv al o a trait oi M acres oi flntcbuj laud about H mite groan eton s Terms made Knowa ODdayoftale OBO UAIMS Ezor KlliedgrTllle u Heart Strength TTxrt StreoihtnlfearttveaknesemeanaKens1U- UveeIy CtnD thor emWtakaea eothlocmore DQ ODe weak bea1 aa bimdnd IJ Inu abtddrnNeneslmKittlliT more coDtroltour more roronina h Vtthoct thai the Heart mou rontlnne un1beseDrEhoopIImlOllhljibepopnUr m erlrdon U alone directed to then weak and waaimt some center It build UTfUmtthen It oCen teal ttntfoe butt help U roa bats strong unrsa IUoaJr d- II U n asewwtsa Lbeua needed with Dr SIioops RestorativePENNYS e Itching Skin Diseases Arc readily cured by Zemo A liquid or external use Zcmo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form jf Itching Skin or Scalp disease AU Druggists Write for sample E WI lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE 1 The farm of It aem or good blue Knee tend lying one mile North of McKlnney on the Hlauionl pike JtuproTciucnii Mod feaclBK good pleat of water and fruit Ale m acre of Umlwrwl Lend one mil But of laKlnnerlMir under nreplrntjr of water toleeeelaald see grow Uxerep JAOlVKXrt A nt- MrKlnnTKjt The Truth Every person in this city who is suf fering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp disease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid for externaluse All durggists sell ZEMC PENNYS STORE MerchandisEIStock of for Sale I detlre to veil prig JD stock of ireeerie and Hardware ItolnR a Mood bu t aen Will bruise about tel lleaton III health OKO 1 HOPrKttHUnford Ky Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation fot external use Stops itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause akin diseases Eczema rilcUr and it permanently cured by this remarkable Alt Write for ample EWRoaoMedCoSUIonUMo Pennys Drug Storo Special line of Rugs Druggets and Rock ers for the Holiday TradeG Moreland Adorinas Fox 1 a handsome large young Jersey Doll d ended front a Ion and unbroken line of tbe most noUtl built and cows on the le rand of Jeney England and America lila tin li one of the Lest bulls ever nd bl dam Is II show cow that has glen G beIsome Aocettor and hue a good cow you should avail yourself of nil service He will be allowed to servo a limited number of approved registered cows out our own herd I bl year fora tee of Beach Make engagement before sending cow to be bred a Telephone to Stanford Ly- N it We hate to otter three extra choice bull calm that will be told at right prices OUR HCh- ristmas Goods are now displayed We have many suitable gifts for old and young but we offer in par ticular a line of Books and Dolls that we think will please you See our line of Christmas Tree Ornaments j PENNYS DRUG STORE J Stanford Kentucky J Plrsf Waflonalank Stanford shy J fIOrganized SS2 Capita Sock tSo 000 Surplus and Wndiofdtd ffrefilt 39000 Jfas paid in 3ieldonds fiats Orffanixatfon S2t SOO- Snoiio tyoto jfccounts on Our VJfirilt OFFICERS I S locker President- S T Harris VicePiesident John j McRoberts Cashier H C Banghman Asst Cashr WW Saunders Bookkeeper F Reid DIRECTORSft 511 M D Elmore S T Harris James T P Hill J S HobinsoniC E Tale THE SAFEST AND QUk itESr tfiff T TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LKAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY tliCOtlPOAUCD