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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 iJ THE INTERIOP JOURNAL f VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 25 1008 MOo 85 IS NEIGHBORING COUNTIES J Sire Charles E Firi a prominent woman of London js dead at an ad vanccd age Col R M Jackson of London has bought for 25000 tho Catching Hotel and will convert it into an office build IngVirgil fouryearold son of William Butch died at Richmond from burns received by his clothes catching from an open grate London new 25000 graded school building has been completed and tho k J seating will be finished by Jan It is the best public school building in that part of the mountains Acting Gov Cox has pardoned Dor Bailey sent from Knox county for five y are on conviction of manslrughter A The convict is dying of consumption and probably will not live but a short time At Danville Policeman Henion and a Negro named Ed Johnson exchanged 10 shots and neither wu hurt A Miss Harper who was passing got a flying bullet but wu not badly injured Tho Negro escaped Tho cleverest imitation of real Coffee over yet made Is Dr Shoops Health Coffee It Is flno In flavor and Is made in Just ono minute No tedious SO or 30 minutes boiling Made from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Sold by Pennys Drug- Store Commissioners Sale 1 Lincoln Circuit Court N T Ilarrlt rtalnllff vs Cut W Lanbam Defendant Notice or Hale As b rendered at the = ovemtwrtermtslnthoabovestyled- eourt and action the underttgnMl loner will on MON1 Y JAN 1TH lwu at about 1 r In front of the courthome door In Hlanford Kentucky otter or sale at pUbliC outcry to the highest mid lest bidder two mare mule about year old oar nn Iran grey the other a abmtnul lyttnYJudgmcntqalntthedefendantforlhe sum per from Jan ttt i OUhHI loa credit of lies of date Marea Mil WN and tile furth vrrnoilof ftt as of date July lit IIOead the eotot this action TKltMMJfie wile will be on a eredlt of three months toad with goal security for the porebat prtf payable to the ConiinU stoner 6pereen6 mural from the date of tale will be required of the parches rr JII 1AXTON X r U O Valuable Mill And Dwelling For Salt of the Lincoln tnreaIIVoartrenderedtaat the special Ite remlwr Wit ttiH In thooate of D31 llpp 1 heirs agalmt I M IJpp administrator etc the understptnl eomuilnloner wilt at altOllll r IM MONDAY JAY H hfrofll of tb mill 10 h IOk In lIulonIKyofrer for ul at public outcry to the hUhett twit bidder tb allowing prop erty in Finer iotoftireearreseontnlning a twotoryf d welling house of a room aporebv halls and cellar a well r rlt tern and oulbulhllngi Including a largo barn crib smokehouse ot modern slid In eseellenirepair This lot U boutaletlOntheNorthandfasta by tbe land of Irfeib IHinunn the Hatt by the lands of John MnwttldleanU llrsllrent- 1MraattandonthrHoulhbylnant street elevator equipped with the uol modern machinery InexMltonirviMlrBBd rynnlugod with a pacUy of ri harr U the output of which riUAli ln iullljr nml reputation that of any mill in the slat Ttt location U cxwllem markettTon null lot U luumlMl on the North by Yry oathenouthby theWait IBI1- anlJ of A on the West by Ute land of John Din wlOdl and coat sins atom two acres fteivrezolng being tit ai property detertbed lu judgment The object of the sale Is for II olthnnent of the estate of It M tJpp and division of lbe surplus among hU heir- sTauxaTaeelea will IM made on a credit efdx months The wlit bt re iUlrd la give lords with Rood reurtty for tae puelmw price brarlnc a rent In tenet from the dale of sale until pail iwr- eMetotheOmntlUtonerhsvugI tae loree and effect of a Judgment and aho secured I widturUr4 IComwlas- toaerCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Anna Xnpler and etc rinlntlff rtIienlrNaplor and etc Itefendantt Nulls of tale Iotiuant to a Judgment of the Lincoln Olreutt Vaunt In the slave styled action rendered nl the November term 1MH the undenlgned Master OoiumU lon r will ou MONDAY JAN 11TH ivu between the i hours of lauds oclock r x In front of the 1courthousedoorla the town of Hlanfonl Kysell nt oulery tit tbe hlgheil Dn- dat bidder the following described real estate in Lincoln Uounty Ky Tract No ou the water of iVdnr meek In Lincoln County Ky beginning at B stone In the Mouth edge of the county road no net to Tnoi Hrent thence with the county road eu W e poles thence N allystotwonNorth- ahl 1thnce N 171 W n poles tea ofroadtbeucennew line on N Dr poles to stone In line of Dye thence H Hi K lepoles lo a take corner to Thor Hrenf one acre lot thence wit n tome N B 11 poles and link to a lake corner to nuiif theare Mau K Ir pole and to link to n take in pine of llrent thence his line N v K 41 210 pales to the beginning and containing arm of land and being the same land own ed by lien = bl lifetime 1 Truct 1Kyand sofKnoblandInldutolncouatyt Dd gum to Ibo tAI tide of Ni path and on lit lde of B branch thenceH W popes to two popinr on the top of the rldg known e olnter spur theuce along uld ridge with said wood lane N H W NI pole It links to a bank half way down said ridge to three cbotnul oaks ot edge of a little path thence N W 47 poles to a stake where a arvli bush chestnut and black oak pointer were called for thdbush Isgone bu Ibe oak lint etlllstantiing ror nertoneo Uyeboute thence hi line H7 W- tthencewithh1IttetHv at rondo W I pole to a stake within two feet of a while oak at edg of a branch marked aa pointer thence up H 15 W tpolo 7 wbU akbranchixjgo of a branch tlicnco 14 W Slpole to the beginning alo will be made on a credit of six- ntonthsandthepurchaserwlllbe required to execute B bond with aplro personal for the purchase price payable to theUommlulonerBnd bearing nt therateof six per Nntorr annum from date of ale The Infant des P fendanta will not be but will remain lien on the land until the execution or the bund required by section of the Civil Code The two tracts above mentioned will bo sold J 111AXTON xcLCc CHURCH MATTERS Rev John Steven Michaud Bishop oi the Roman Catholic dloccso of Burling ton Vt died in New York of Bright diseaseRev W S Willis pastor of tho Christian church at Hustonville will preach a Christmas sermon at his church Sunday morning and at night hi wlllilreachII sermon to young men You are Invited to attend each service The Union Revival services are now held in the Methodist church Preach ing today Friday at 1030 A M and 7 P M also Saturday at the same hours All the pastors will preach Sun day morning and at 3 r M there will be a service for women at the Presbyterian church Preaching by Dr Har bin also union rally nt 71 M at the Christian church An overflow meeting will be hold if needed The Union Revival is increasing in interest every day Hundreds are being reached and made to think serious ly The hosts of tho Lord have declar ed war on satan and his kingdom Last Thursday night was one of tho most terrific battles ever fought In Stanford Tho loss in the enemys ranks was tree mendous However we will never know the number slain and wounded for tho army of satan was successful in carrying away all the dead and dying except four who were captured Saturday night was another onslaught and the enemy was defeated and routed Sunday Generals Harbin and Gulce divided the army of Jehovah into four di visions On the North a division was under the command of Lieut Taylor at the Baptist church on the South Lieuti Yandell commanded a company in tho Presbyterian church and in the center Lieut Walker rallied the forces in the Christian church On the West Lieut Barker had charge with a force in theI Methodist church A great victory was declared at all tho recruiting campaI At 3 r U the forces wero onto more brought into battle Mrs Cook was in command at the Methodist church Miss Louolla White on tho North at the Bap tilt church Each division of the army reported great success On the South Generals Harbin and Guice with the lieutenants put the battle in array Gen Harbin manipulated the Gatling gun This was the greatest slaughter of all The amunltion used was buck shot grape log chains and barbed wire Those who were not killed outright were wounded too bad to utter a syllable or call for help At night tho divisions of the army came together at the Christian church and such an en thusiastic congregation with glowing faces has not been seen in Stanford for many years Afterall the chairs were brought from the Sunday schoolroom and tho gallery full and all stand ing spice occupied then scores were turned away for want of room Many said Rev Harbin beat his record Sun day night Rev Harbin has all tho eloquence rhetoric and oratory of Rev Sam Small and all tho scathing denun ciatory power of Rev Sam P tones with the slang eliminated lIe is really and truly the combine of those two men The singing under the leadership of Rev Guico was soul stirring From reports the most eloquent flights of oratory ever listened to in Stanford was hoard from the lips of Rev Harbin at tho Baptist church Monday night Men and women were lost in the crash of worlds for the time being and hold their breath in amazement Prepara tions will bo made for an overflow meeting Sunday night Let the people gather at tho Christian church early so that the division can be made with out interfering with the preaching hour T W B Medicine That is Medicine IhavosulTerod a good deal with ma laria and stomach complaints but I have now found a remedy that keeps me well and that remedy is Electric Bitters a medicine thatlsraedlcino for stomach and Hvor troubles and forrun down conditions sI1s W C Kiestlor of Ualliday Ark Electric Bitters purl fy and enrich the blood tone up the nerves and impart vigor and energy to tho weak Your money will bo re f unded if it fails to help you COc a Pennys Drug Store Carsons the most absent minded chap I ever saw Whats he been doing now This morning he thought hed lef his watch at home and then proceeded to take it out of his pocket to see if he had time to go home and get itIt Prevcntlcs thoso Candy Cold Cure Tabletswill safely and quickly check oall colds and the Grip Trythem once and see 4825c Sold by Penny a Drug Store More than 1000 persons were made homeless and 100000 worth of property was destroyed by a fire which burned out a of apartment houses in New York City SKATING at Walton Opera House Tuesday night Dec 29 NEWS NOTES John T Fay husband of Eva Fay committed suicide at Oakland Cal James B Florence a prominent farmer of Nelson county is dead in tho New Haven section James Lankford was shot and killed near Cumberland Gap Tenn it is al leged by Tom lIatfield Robbers dynamited tho sate of the State Bank at Halls Summit Kits se cured 3000 and escaped- W lIaberman had an arm dislocated while being initiated Into tho mysteries of the Knights of Pythias Rex Woolfolk a Texas fool blew his brains out when his sweetheart told him she could not marry him The internal revenue receipts for November were greater by nearly 2 COOOOO than In November of last year The old Monroe county jail was pur chased by James T White for 1000 Ho will convert it into a tobacco fat toryTho French Chamber of Deputies and the Senate adopted the budget which for the first time exceeds 4000000000 francsThe dispensary election held at Ab Ingdon Va resulted in a majority of 3G in favor of the wets 269 votes being cast The boiler of the saw mill belonging to lays Brewer in Jackson county let go killing one man and seriously Injuring three others Maj J O Ferrell aConfederatevet eran and one of the beetknown educa tors in Western Kentucky died at his home In Hopkinsville Judge Charles E Booea shortage in the Auditors office is now estimated at about 40000 Already it has been found that he stole 38000 Six earthquake shocks within the course of 24 hours threw the people of Virginia City Mont into a panic causing them to rush into the street Four years in the penitentiary was tho sentence pronounced upon Thomas McGrath convicted of fraud as a judge of election in the second precinct of the third ward at tho last general primary in St Louis In his opening statement to the jury on behalf of Beach Hargts Judge J J C Bach painted a black picture of the character of Judge James Hargis whom ho termed the worst man in the mountains and a brute In the rearing ofs his son A municipal graft scandal of huge proportions has devloped in Pittsburg following the arrest Monday night oft seven Councilmen and two bankers The men are to be given a hearing today and it is said that other arrests will follow their trail The evidence against the accused was developed by the Voters League which with the aid of private detectives has been mak ing a searching inquiry into municipal affairsBeach Hargis and his mother Mrs Louellen Hargis testified in the trial of the former charged with killing his father at Irvine Both practically told the same story It was to the effect that the home of Judge Jas Har gis at Jackson had been the rendezvous of a band of murderers for years and that no baron in feudal days had exercised more influence over his vas sals than had Judge HargU over his clan in Breathitt Beach Hargis said his father had both taught him to shoot and drink whisky The contempt caso of the Bucks Stove and Range Co against President Compere Vice President Mitchell and Secretary Morrison of the American Federation ot Labor was decided by Justice Wright of tho appellate court of tho District of Columbia adversel to tho Federation officials Gompers was sentenced to 12 months imprison ment Mitchell to nine months and Mor rison to six months Tho caso grew ou of the alleged boycott of the companys products and tho putting of that com pany on the unfair Itot and the federations alleged violation of Judgo Goulds recent mandamus This Is Worth Reading Lo F Zellcski of fit Gibson St Buffalo N Y says I cured the most annoying cold sore I over had with Buciclcns Arnica Salve I applied this salvo onco a day for two days when evory trace of tie sore was gone Heals all sores Sold under 25ctThe jury in the case of James H Parrish charged with accepting depos its in his bank after he knew it was insolvent was discharged by Judge Kelly at Hawesville Four men favored the acquittal of tho defendant and eight held out for conviction from first to last Guilty or Counterfeiting Passing counterfeit money is no worse than substituting some unknown worthless remedy for Foloya Honey and Tar tho great cough and cold remedy that cures the most obstinate coughs and howls tho lungs New Stanford Drug Co KINGSVILLE Blue Littrell of Woodford and W M Lancaster of Scott wero here look ing for tobacco land Leslie Anderson has resigned his po sition as teacher of tho graded here and will probably announce as candidate for the nomination for citcui- clerk of Lincoln county Fred Reynolds of Eubanks open Friday with E G Gilliland and family H P Southern secretary of the Busi ness College at Lexington was her soliciting students for that school Vic tor Gilliland and Will Brown will ente Wilbur Smiths Business College site Christmas The formers school is and tho latter will give uphla position as foreman In the planing mill Rev W J DeLaney a converted Catholic monk whose home is in In dianapolis Ind spoke hero Wednesday and Thursday in opposition to the Cath olic church He is a natural born Irish man and his ready flow of wit brought many outbursts of laughter from his audiences He spok Wednesday night to both men and women and on Thurs day afternoon to men only He made some startling statements against the Roman Catholic church and urged a government investigation of all con vr j6 and nunneries His lectures were well attended The following pupils were neither absent nor tardy during the last month of school 1st Grade Ollie Singleton El la Houp Joseph Walter Eugene Hart 2nd GradeOllie Haggard Dorothy Gooch Vernon Dennis Maggie Dye Emma Jenkins Bessie Delany Mike Baugb Aubrey Gilliland Roberta Hag gard Willie Houx Sadie Singleton James Flint 3rd GradeGladys Gooch Elza Gooch Myrtle Burton 4th Grade Lucille Reynolds Earl Mudman Es till Gooch Gamaliel Gourley Herman Haggard Clell Waters 6th Grade Russell Thompson Grace Thompson Clarence Carey 7th GradeOliver Smith HulCee Acton The school entertainment was held at Thompsons Hall Friday night Some of the trustees got cross and two days before tho time had arrived for the entertainment notified the teachers that the school house could not bo used The hall was secured and the entertainment was given as scheduled The building was packed to its utmost capacity and ome could not get in Tha35 boys and girls who took part deserve special credit for the able manner in which they acquitted themselves Everything went smoothly Good order prevailed throughout and each number was applauded liberally Misses Bertha Thompson and Lydia McKee furnished the music for the occasion and did splendid ly The undertaking was a success in every particular Mrs E F Dennis was generous enough to lend her organ for tho occasion for which she has the thanks of tho school Marked For Death Three years ago I was marked for death A graveyard cough was tearing my lungs to pieces Doctors failed to help ma and hope had tied when my husband got Dr Kings New DIsco ersos Mrs A C Williams ofBac Ky The first doso helped me and im proveraont kept on until I had gained 58 pounds In weight and my health WilY fully restored This medicine holds tho worlds healing record for coughs and colds and IUDg nnd throat dIseases It prevents pnemonia Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 50c and 81 Trial bottle free An exJudge of the Court of Appeals once said to us that it could be put courtyvor of education and for all efforts to enforce the regulation of the solo of havetobserved that he was right There fore we did not doubt from the first tho school appropriation would bo held constiutional or that education would lose the victory won in the Leg islature Frankfort Journal Foleys Orlno Laxative cores chronic constipation and stimulates tho liver Orlno regulates the bowols so they rill act naturally and you do not have to take purgatives continuously New Stanford Drug Co When William Russell a nightrider witness was called for cross examina Lion at Union City Tenn a huge revolver projected from his pocket The States Attorney sent the witness out of the courtroom to dispose of the weapon Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25c Box Sold by Pennys Drug Store Frank W Cutting for 40 years con nected with the Worchcster Mass Mechanics Savings Bank and for sev en years its treasurer committed sui cide GOMMOMt SLNSErTeaches you that it is wise to remember your friends with a gift that will be of service Se lect one from this list and make no misotake Alligator Handbag Gentlemens Suit Case Umbrella from 50c to 1250 A neat Overcoat A pair of Kid Gloves Box of Silk Handkerchiefs A dainty Mufller Silk Hose latest colors Patent Lqather Shoes for Lady or Gentleman Silk Suspenders Silver Buckles A stylish Coat Sweater Late Itfeckties 2oc to 200 A Vest two something new a Box of Shirts UptoDate RepTop Boots for the Boy A Suit of Clothes Might rake Him Smile A Stetson Hat Would Improve His Looks Cummins Wearen9 STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 W H Higgins Christmas Fruit is Arriving See his Window Display of Rochester Ware Fancy Lamps Bananas Oranges Grapes Mixed Nuts c t3cxr33OE3t I fH HiGGINS Stanford Kentucky i S 3- s a i yr The Interior Journal Eo C WALTON CHRISTMAS is the season of kindness for Christmas celebrates the coming of Christ Into the world and the heart of the Christ message is lovelove expres slngJtself In the homely channels of friendliness and Rood will love that BulTerelh long and is kind If we hayo kindly emotions let them hay e their way and blossom into kindly thoughts and kindly deeds Let the free childspirit of openhearted friendliness prevail For this Ie the childs festival celebrating the birth of a child the wonderful Giver Who gave Him self for mankind Let us carry the e Christmas spirit through all the follow r leg days that come and go with nil their measure of care or pain or pleasure and bear in our hearts the inspiration and hope of the blessed Christmas feat nil of love bearing everringing above the sounds of earth and sense the song yofthe angels heralding in the birth of the Savior of mankind that dwell in merry hearts 7Andthe mirth of Christmas cheer daytya t 1pondedfor this paper for years and ha from every continent may be fired bodily from the civil service because he wrote an interesting letter a the Bryan meeting in Louisville Th letter will be remembered by our readers as giving a glowing description of the meeting which was perhaps th most enthusiastic gathering of democrats ever held in the Falls City Th- charge is pernicious activity in pol sties From what we can gather the authorities are trying to make an example of Mr Coleman who has very little influential backing in order to scare the big fellows who play city pol- iticss seven days out of the week There is certainly no Justness in such a procedure and we sincerely hope the ef fort to oust Mr Coleman on trumped up grounds will die a bornng THE pastor of a church at Wilkes barre Pa after a collection in more than 100 pennies appeared j pounced that hereafter a person so poor pennrP d ought to keep it He further says that if his words are not heeded he will be compelled disagreeable as it may be to accompany the collectors and per sonally return all pennies placed In th basket Seems to m the Wilkesbarre parson is out for dough Gov WILLSON has appointed a tax commission headed by Judge James Breathitt attorney general of the State to prepare a bill revising the laws of Kentucky to be presented the next Legislature As an aid to the commission he appointed also an advisory board to make suggestions The two bodies will meet jointly at Frank fort on Jan 4 THE old theory that republicans hardly ever die and never resign has been exploded Hon Roscoo Conkling Tar ter has resigned as cashier of the rev enue office at Danville Strange things happen these days MRS HARGIS announces tbatshe will spend all the fortune her husband left her in the defense of her son and the fact that she has 10 lawyers engaged shows that she means what she says MATRIMONIAL Green Bice and Miss Maude Austin were married yesterday Ottie Delaney and Miss Anna Cum mins were married on the 23rd Grover Cleveland Smith and Miss Vangeline Adams were married fester in day Thomas Petrey and Miss Omie Mor Ran were made one at John P Morgans on the 24th Lonie Davidson and Miss Beasie Es an as tee were joined heart and hand at Rev a Burkes on the 23rd f William Coy and Mis Maude Leathers both of the Moreland section were is married on the 23rd Marion Larkins aged 18 and Miss Mattie Hale 14 were married at P C Larkins ontbe 24th lGeneDelaney aged 19 and Miss Delaney 15 wore married at t George Delaneys esterday Timothy Naylor and Miss Myrtle Miller were married at Rev Palmeters by that gentleman yesterday Baptistrijiesday to Miss Nancy Augusta Bush of Madison William ShermanBrown a widower and MisrDora Moore were made ono at the courthouse Wednesday by Supt Garland Singleton I The Leap Year Girl who has failed to connect has one more chance She can hang herself on a Christmas tree t Frankfort Journal John M Carter and Miss Maude Lay were married at Lexington Wednesday 1 The groom is a prosperous young far- merfJ of the Turneraville section and ta Jlt1f1ltth y clever young man His bride is to bo exceedingly pretty and a very r excellent My We join their friends is wishing them long and happy mar- rfea lives s r t William S Overby orrreekOkla9 and Mn Laura Overby who were dl vorced several years ago were remar rigid at Evansville At Frank Hays Miss Josephine Ro and Simon Howson and Miss Etta Roy i bad Ollie Howson were joined heart and hand by a single service Samuel J Holtzclaw and Miss Nana F Noland both of the Walnut Fla section were married at Hebron church yesterday The groom is a son of U Holtzclaw and is an energetic cols clever young man His bride is a daughter of T Noland and is a very at tractive pretty girl May earths greatest joys be theirs Rev E L Powell D D of Louis vllle announces his engagement to Dr Anna M D Gordon Mrs Gordon is highly accomplished woman She was born in India of English parents and is a graduate of the University of Bom bay and the University of Brussels For a number of years Mrs Gordon has been engaged in missionary work The Hen Strike Oh lowly hen In my back yard To strike at such A time is hard Have I not come At early moms Day after day To feed you corn 1 Have I not done 1My very best IITo build for you A cozy nest And when the nights IIWere cold and raw Have 1 not lined IIYour coop with straw Oh balky hen To you Ive been A faithful friend Eachweek I clean Your cozy house And monthly too With whitewash I Tint it anew What further favors Would you ask Before you start Your daily task T It is your master whobegenyour And give me eggs Come lowly hen v Lets arbitrateIIm paying you The union rate Your labor is note Skilled I say Most any hen An egg can lay Back to the nests I Go lowly hen And start producing Eggs again putt0Lay on I or Ill Have chiken ate w- Detroit Free Press POLITICAL Volantus K Logan has been appoint edpostmaster at Nancy Pulaski coun ty Samuel H Waters has been appointed postmaster at Mount Eden Shelby countyFriends of Charles P Taft claim that he will have 50 votes in the Ohio seas torial caucus Fortysix is a majority Editor Charles P Taft is out in the open for a caucus to determine the par tys choice in the man to succeed Sena tor Foraker J Lewis Williams plurality for the democratic nomination for Commonwealths Attorney in the 10th district over Judge Frank E Daugherty of Bardstown is 242 The latter will con test charging use of whisky and money violation of the agreement Republican members of the Indiana House of Representatives held a closed They admitted they were divided as to the county option law but expressed opinion that they would by it the measure was recently passed by Republican Legislature A Dangerous Operation the removal of the appendix by a urgeon No one whotake Dr Kings New Life Pills is over subjected to this frightful ordeal They work so quietly you dont feel them They cure constipation headache biliousness and malaria 25c at Pennnys Drug- Store Guards were placed around the Knox county to prevent any move against Bob Stovall a Negro arrested in con nection with a fight between officers and Negroes near Antemus in which three men were so badly wounded that they have since di- edPUBLIC SALE The undersigned Auditors Agent In and for Lincoln county Ky pursuant to direc tion from the Auditor of the Htato of Kentucky will on MONDAY JAN IS Beginning utl oclock p x at the court house door In Htnnford Ky sell at public outcry to the highest and brat bidder for u liana the real estate hereinafter mentioned The title to said lands veittnl In the Commonwealth of Kentucky under Section 4154 of the Kentucky Htatntra bnvlnu heretofore been sold by the Hberlff of Lincoln county for taro due laid Htate nnd county mid bid In for the Btateof Kentucky oolnltrudlemedUnder d rectlons of the Audlto the Au dttortAgent Is authorized to receve from tbe former owner or persons now claiming sold land by purchase or otherwise the amount of back taxeicoiti Jlfnattleelotany time before the In which property will not be told Stanford Datrkt White Wm Hsytlett 23 acres aaesPC D Qwa 25 acres W A Hubbard lot Wm Lecture 14 tares John Offefmto 121 acres urntFanrgot Menm 15 sacs W B Btmes town lot letrJ W OV 2 urn G Ynfa 3 acres lxJohnBrummett 5 acre L B Cook 3 L4 urn William Chumley 3 14 acres owaSoles Craig lot Shelby Woods 4 acres howe and lot liMyers 3 12 acres I lot Elizabeth Crow acre Jim Coffey Will Hay acre Hiram Iacre Wyatt Hill 3 acres L McMullin 2 acres te Morris 6 acres Sam Rout 4 acres Dick Rout 7 acres Sam and Dick Rout 3 acres Chas Simpson 3 acres Grant Jacre Kale Givens 10 acres William Jones 2 lob Bill Jose WallaceTudor s Hein lot The Bailey 41 12 acres rCan 14 urn Tim Hayden 112 acre Bell Jones Olirrr Ball town lot Mack Montgomery acre Amanda Wood 4 acres Dick Bailey 41 acres Bell Embry town lot Logan Whitley 10 acres Green S acres oe Gardner 10 acres Harrison Helm 2 town lots Monroe Hickman 20 acres Will Rkhardion acre Lee Stewart acie Frank Vimon 1acre E 3 acres The Middletoa home IIIiJ lot Hannah Montgomery 3 acres Headley Coma Iacre Orab Orchard District William Uaaxherty 45 acres flan Daugherty acres Mr Kate Ielnaeyatacre- aAJIh nnq 10 ncres Sirs Matilda OOlCb Isores O Addison lllnes 11 acres lira M O Holmes lot D V Holmes 1W acres U P Lewis 100 acre W J Hlngleton ao acres Mr Armlnla Hmtth laoacres 3JaerqJohnArnold Hlrlnger acres Oil in Thompson 6 acres W Weaver JO acres B M Weaver acres J 11 Hmlth Cole acres Wm Sutton 6 acrvs Wade Williams acres Adams Heir 70 earn Haggard Heirs ffl acres Mrs lell Hasty J5 norrs W DThomjwonfiSneTes Commodore Wlllsou 81 acres Htfvt Wren 60 acre Mrs Mottle Ormprwll 2J acres Jail Hmlttus acres O A Bntta acre War stiller 60 acres W II Bailey Dacres liuM In Heirs macro W U Dye M sores J H Oaln1 Iii agree Wm Knlnskey acres Hubo SlHlton lo acres U T Jtn1K M acre Hnm Flint town lot K K Fox Heirs 800 acres W M Hlncleton sOucres Wa IIIIlrlel Hits laugh a1 acres Jo lIynl eft acres Jnme Chambers acres W It nook 15 acres Gllte look 60 acres W UOmnnIGOacres Robert Kastmnn 07 acres Ueorg Yolk Hi acres H L Oreer 2 Icr InHarsh Mosley 49 acres Stilton Iliinun acres John Hart t7 acres and I lot Tho Houp H acre wit Mo Kee ncre- sluve Moore 16 acres W II ItMlcettlleir K acres William Morgan 100 acre MorRan Heir acres Sirs Unherlne Ilrlgbt 15 acres W M Robbins It acres J A llozera 210 acres AbtriARertOacrestVns Mllford Vaugbt 70 acres W B Ware W cares O K Warren 6 acres WT White 76 acres M II Woods 180 acres leacresJacobHnmuel Bairtlu acres Jam Itnstln acres two tracts Oeorg eWBastinSSacres 111 laughr2ncre- H C Brown 16 acres John Hyrd macres T W Dnlley and Oo acres Morvllla IJeathcrldge acres J H Harris acres K Jnbex 130 acres H M Johnson b1 acres Kd WKonteliaiS sties Kll McMulUn fJ acres David Moore 10 ncr a J fi Moore acres Ulaus Moore lit acres GK IMIllnm lOaeres IOncretJ1orp George B Upthegrore 40 acres L acre Kllxnboth Waters 03 acres Jos Whenldon 150 acres Robert Williams 80 acre Kills Yocum Macros Harrah Uwley Ool 55 acre- sltllPreslerbacres Hnllle Morgan iKiacre- sHBMullinsNSUftcri Frank Hmttb acres J 4HpaJ4Ing5 acres A 74 acres CbalTruatTacr a J B us acre FflackIlutonvlll DistrictWhite Oeor Alkenl acre Jew Jackson 48 acres OC Lftnhnm lot loin Mary McChord 40 acres Milton Hoynolds Wucres Felix Illchards 40 acres Mallsnn Hlngleton 2 acres John Walden 17 acres A J Burton lot W II JInrpyo acres George Lay 2 ncrl- JunvMcOorsJlDcll5 acres Hozeklnh Young 10 ncres Sin Hnlllo Brown lot Just Florence inoncre Win Kennedy 60 acres Milton lleynolds yn acre Htats UnSeli acres- ieoreg W Trusty S acres D VlIugbl lot lotIHenry Lair S acres K Martin 3 acres William Mason acres Lea Jasper lucre Iohn Martin 40 acres T 11 MeCormnck a acre IteynoidsbacreePHmllh IAKoxlSSacres Wm Gctoch so acres Jn Oornptoul acre Thos Duncan 6 acres WU Preston acres d Colored Joe Adam 15 acres Onroll ne A loom heirs 8 acres Eva Bright S acres John ltrown acre John Lucas Oloydl acre David hooch Heirs acres JAm hooch acres Oscar McKinney lot Will Owens J acres Play WUkeraon acre Thus Hmlthl acre Nelson Mnsterson 1 acres The acreTlalley acre George Morton 1 acre John lamseylot- Uhita Hteele lot Harrison Htephenson K acre Mitchell Trice acre Jaa Welch acres Margaret Carter acres John Dlnwlddlo Heirs IJj acres Joslo Wood acre Minerva Anderson 7 care Thou Bnlley Snares Jake Carpenters Heirs I acre a acres Imn Ilnbble lot Wilson Muiterson tncres Henry u Itlffeaacres Annlo Vardoinnn lot Annie Morton acres Tom Hnndldge S acres Kd Brown acre District Joe Acton in acres Mr stove Carrier Town lot VaughtsscreO KolKrt Frazier acres O Grlfflaiux acres Will King acre Adam 1etrey S acres Jas Rogers IIl acres A T Htvwart lu acres Will Ouest acre l4acresWTom Welch x acres J W Aker acres Jns Aoton 6u acres J H laugh ui acres II BucbleyCOacrv St U hunch 40 acres M HOblptuan acres Jlrsw A am don W acres Jao FutconbDrry acres Jt hxltaIl Macros W DUrinuh laaeresFUralmsky Ito acres K W Graham acres Russell couch IU sores have Hicks W acres J JllcklJ 40 acres yuacresMike Ben A II Mulllns W acres J O fins 40 acres M O Berber I acre Sin Anderson acres Anton Dander 25 acres WM Denhama acres Jail Godlruy acre Jas Lyon town lot James Mason 61 acres H Wool late acres W J Inton x acres Nancy Wilson town lot George Brown I acre KOaldwell acres II Deatberldgelacres Ham Hooch acres Jim Jones town lot liens Mccormaek S acres Joe Thomas town lot Lee Yumnll acres Richard Walls acres Franols Ode 46 Here A Hhatlks 19 acres Ham Batlard M acres nave Bustln IU acres Itano Beatty IOUM and lot Marlon Took 19 acre John Collins 6 acres Ilia t J It penny 19 acres Krnxlvr Heirs IZ acre J H Harris IS acres lllcnnrd Jarman acre Oscar lot Mrs eiAnih Muffins town lot It KODvnronsrtt Itlohartl Robinson lot Obey Reynolds U acres Chas Hlulll10 James Welch lot John Million Mnan4 Annie Wade sires Thus Wood airsAttain Ietw JrtA4t18 Mr linatrs RhIacre aere l J R 48 acres UrM hives John W Orlttla acre A Uugue MOacrs Sirs M A J8llrts acres Sin hell lUec let J 31 Uolilnnou S a tee G W Hlngltoa ID niece Mrs I A Tarter Mrw Jos Wllbirtl S1aare- Oro YarrlIMalK Longer mast 1h acres Jno P Attains alaeres lien Bland laftw John J Brawn neaerc George W aQn i acre T lJ aworu POaore Johnson D Hnhun Iftl acres JTHninptou TBncrwi Win Kiniciaerec HenriDtolan f S acres new Jltor JUde n r llireWm Curtis OnerM Robert Frazier II eerie Thos ItMtor III nsrac Niebols 4 Hob Wtt acre W A lraoh UIrl1ll- W DGritnn Ignores it JHnlkntlr hilkOre exeklHh Orone Itnore Sirs M HHhlpinnn KOuiriM It J White 76 acre R tI Hnow 5 acres HHnowitSucreeteen Win 8 Miller stores WIIC her f7 sere DO Young 10 acres W It Reynolds llacres Herman 8muiliter ft acres Alonxo Vlnson 05 acre Harsh II Cooley acres G H Gnlnes 16 acre Sirs H J Glvxn 00 acres Vnaght A Buehnnnu acres HoIlxclawAMenefee S acre Chas Uurfew 100 acres J KHmtthtllacres- H llullinsdracre Hayden Goocb acres August Sillier 7n rea G B Massy acres SlastlaGaereaat Fred Hays a acres H B Burton acres George Brent to uore James Busters acres H II Goocb 6ft acres J W Harrison 125acres- J O Harris Jr ao acres J U Harris Hr 70 acres Omen Kldd so acres John McKlnney J W MoKlnuey 25 acres Bill Price town lot Ietrey01neresv TbosTlinbnrleson 1W acres A L Wyman Jill acres Lucinda 1 tnoyS acre Wm HcblndlnbanerlJSacre J MOooch acres John Collins acre Joe Floyd acre- ONHtntenOtacres J II Yocum acre j II MoWhorter70 acres J K Jeffries 40 acres j N Gaines IS acre Kd ncres H B Walford HII acres Will Leasur acres James Lawrence 40 acres John Blaine I acre Lewis hale 3 acres Flnloy nudlfl town lot Ben Ferrlll 6 acres Henry Johnson acres Newman llten I acre henry UlgnerOucre Harriett FolejrW acres Ilnggnrd Heir 40 acre John ItogewSMacre Dick Thompson 6 acres J DHrndySOaore HTKnd49ncres H D Klmore town lot Chas Hooker 15 acres John tom 9 acres KW Loyal aares Anthony Given acre james acres Knto Klrkpntrick acres W ti Mnrtln 31 ncres Oeorga Ow ley S acres acreJamieWm Jr town lot John Hnndldge acre William alleylucre flee Carpenter 40 acres UVOIIEHJAuditors USEFUlt PRESENTSI You arc going to give presents of course Christmas and why not give Something Pretty Something Goodnt tho 1 same time Something Useful A SILK MUFFLER Is good every cold day in the year and we have them from 50c to 350 A Handsome Plain or Gold or Sil ver Mounted UmbrellaG- ood every Rainy or Sun Shiny day at a range of prices from 1 to 10 A NICE NECKTIE for GOo or 1 A good pair of Warm or Dress Gloves or a JOHN B STETSON lint at 350 or 500 A pair of Ladies ULTRA SIIOES 350 and 1 or a MANSS WALKOVER SHOE for 3 GO 4 and 5 A beautiful Silk Handkerchief or a dozen linen ones We will be glad to show you those at any time HierJ McROBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY Our Holiday Display I At the Emporium Hustonvillc ill now ready for your inspection We have gathered this line from all points of the compass See our guseing contest in Window Display beginning DECEMBER 14 for one week t Money to you For the LITTLE FOLKS we have a SANTA curs LETTER BOX AH arc invited to mail their want We guarantee de- ivery All letters must be in box by Dec 18th in order to reach Santa Claus in time for his Secretary to award your request Glvo your pwtufiice nddrcfg tr CUT RATES IN CLOTHING AND MILLINERY Yours fur fair exchange CHAS WHEELERHUSTONVILLE KY Headquarters For Xmas Goods r Queensware Lamps BricaBrac Silverware j Carving Sets Foreign and Domestic Fruits Candies and Nuts 4- GEORGE FL FARRIS Stanford XMASChinaware Nickel Plated Ware Carving Sets Packet Knives and Table Cutlery Any of them make a good Xmas present GeOLD Hopper Stanford Ky t Two rhings to Cmr1erw1 b rt I i IOO1 I Substantial and useful suggestions in our store This store is brimful of pretty Christmas tricks Smoke Beta Handkerchief Dugs Laundry Bags Vutc Paper Baskets Sewing Baskets Embroidery Baskets Embroidery Sets Pin Cushions lint Pin Holders Btray Hair Holders Match Scratch crs Mail Catchers Bed Room Slippers Fancy Suspenders and Hoee Sup rr porters Boxes Kuching Handkerchiefs of all Kinds Silk Scarfs Silk Pet ticoats Pillow Tops and many other imported novelty goods Shop early andavoid the rush and jam I The STANFORD KT DKC 25 1908 1 i NEW local view post cards at Penny iDg Store SOME very special bargains In Box Paper but the is Ask to aee them Penny s Drug Store It M NEWLAND will spend Xmas In D KENNEDY U with West End friends MRS LoUISE TATE 1s in Loulsvll with friends JAMES HALL of Huitonville Is with Corbin friends EVERETT STONE of Loulsfille is up for the holidays EUGENE ORNDORFT of Newark O was with friends here REV A A HIGOINS Is up from Glaj Ipow with the homefolks T NUNNELLKY made a buslnei trip to Richmond Tuesday DEVERLEY ROUT Is over from Lei ton to spend Xmas at home Miss ANNIE D MCROBERTS pent lieveral days with Lancaster relative REV J IL PENC8 and wife of New I Holland III are with relatives at Row I and MRS CANT sad Miss Belle Denn dare with relatives In the Shelby Clly section Mn IRA SCUDHER of Richmoi spent suveral days with his son IL S Srudder REV J W HAOIH and family of Covington are with the family of Mrs J F Cash MR AND MRS J E JOHNSON of PilUburg Pa will spend Xmas with her parents hero DAVID H SUNKBR came dewn fren Stonegit Va to spend Xmas with tbe homefolkc at HostonviHe MRS A C DUNN and Miss Mary Lee Dunn of Crab Orchard have bee vU King friends in Richmond iEDITOR M D HuciitB of the Lan caster Record was on Tuesdays trek returning from Ixwitovllle MRS W H WCASBN is with Mrs W N Craig at Middlcsboro The lat t r has several sick children MRS RICHARD COBB and daughters of Boyle attended the burial of Mr Thomas Phelps at Richmond i Mas W J EDMISTON and Hello Hon of Crab Orchard have gone to Auburn dale Fla to spend the Winter Miss MATTIE MAE ALVKRSON of Richmond is the attractive guest of her uncle lion J M Alvcrson Miss CLAD COOPER who is teaching at Scranton Pa was to have arrive last night to visit the horoefolks G S TATE orders his paper changes from Dunnvllle to Hustonville He has moved to the Dave Johnson farm W R GOOD has moved back to th McKinney section from Pulaski satin fied that Lincoln county beau them all MR J L CONWAY of Wichita Kansas Is spending the festive sensor with his son Reid Conway at Huston W M BRIGHT J H Mc Alister and n C Hocker attended the burial of Mr Thomas Phelps at Rich sand WALTER L JONES orders his paper changed from Norton Va to Appa f Itchia that State where be has a good position HARRY EICBENBERGER came over from Cincinnati to spend Xmas with the homefolks Be brought with Ihh lhis friend George Downer A B HUMBLE has been reelected cashier of the Farmers Bank of Sea man O He is a brother of Mrs J R Powell and T W Humble of this r placeL PURlOIN who has been with the insurance firm of Mahony Ran- kini has returned to his home in Wayne r county much to the regret of many F friends formed here The many friends here of Miss Maud Parsons were pleasantly surprised at the news of her marriage last Friday in Danville to Mr J C Rodes of Lincoln county Somerset Journal RICHARD WILUAUS who has been at agement of the Somerset Times the first of the Journal h Miss MARGARET WARREN is in Atlanta the guest of her aunt Mrs W S Elkin She will meet her sisters Miss es Nell nod Josephine Warren who are teaching at Cave Springs Ga there r 1JUDGE J P BAILEY is with his IOn at Crab Orchard MR E B NEWLAND and family of Brodhead passed through to Richmond Wednesday MRS W F DlSHON and daughter Miss Grace went up to Livingston to spend the holidays MR THOMAS C RANKIN has been elected director of the Lincoln County National Bank in the place of Mr John F Cash deceased LOCALS RINK Tuesday night SINGLETONS FINE neckwear CuM mlru Wear en OYSTERS celery Thursday Geo II Farris A GOOD buggy robe will make a nice Xmas present J C McClary OUR mill will be closed on Christmas day only J II Baughman Co IIATS are still going below cost while they JUtAiss Ella May Saunders We have on hand aUkinds of frceh meats See us Wilkinson Lutes OWL brand pure cotton seed meal Car just arrived 00 per ton J II Baughman Co TUB Iron bridge over Hanging Fork on the Huntonville pike has been put in place and is a daisy FOR Xmas presents of beanty and which will be a joy forever see W H Mueller the jeweler IN a lot sale at Paint Lick the other day ground in that thriving little city sold at the rato of fK000 per acre ROBERT HARMON OTTER a prom sent business man of Louisville die Tuesday He was a brother of Mr J H Otter of this place OLD BinLB Mr Levi Myers te the iwner of perhaps the oldest bible In the county It belonged to his great trand father and Is 236 years old POSTMASTER J C FLORENCE tells us hot the postofilce will be open from to II alt each Sunday morning in order to distribute the mall brought hero by the Southbound train OUR Christmas gift The Dally Stat Journal for 2 50 for ono year to mai ubscribera who pay cash Think of It a daily paper at about half a cent a lay Kentucky State Journal Frank lort THE I J man hopes to be at Lancas ter court Monday next See him if you lave business of any nature with this paper Especially are you requested to hunt him if your subscription is not paid up MR W M DUDDERAR who has made- an excellent magistrate announces lor the nomination again Uncle Watt as his friends call him will make a trong race it matters not who runs gainst him DICK PIKE who killed Joe Mize at ivingston was tried at Mt Vernon this week The jury hung standing nine for acquittal and three for two years His bail was reduced from 3500 to 2000 J C RINEHEART formerly of this county has sold his livery business at- London to a man named McClure and- has rented the Catching Hotel there ncoln county people should remember Mr Rineheart when in Laurels capital To all parses holding certificates of county claims You are notified that- the money is now in the county 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 S L C HELD Hugh Thompson who Jdllcd Fred Garrison in Casey county was held over to the circuit court in 10 000 Ho was defended by Judge M C aufley of this place and Stone Stone Mr Thompson is very wealthy and had no trouble in giving bond IIIUNN SWEENEY general mer ants Shelby City will do a cash Kiaeas beginning Jan 1 This will enable them to sell at much closer prices and they will be in better shape than ever to give you bargains They thank you for past patronage and 10- licit a continuance r ITRY some of Singletons 20c coal oil CLOTHES French cleaned Cook Farmer CHRISTMAS presents In profusion WI II Mueller CAn Liverpool salt rivedtoday J H Baughman Co Two rooms over Tom Pences BtoreI for rent W A Tribble DONT forget the rink at Walton Opera House Tuesday night Go to James fruit candles nuts Xmas presents etc FOR your Christmas fruits candle- nuts etc call at T D Newland XMAS candies that cannot be excelled in either price or quality at Hoppers HAVE you read about the South Del watch 7 W H Mueller handles them SOLID silver spoons forks etc In larger quanitles than ever W H Mueller OUR shipment of fruits and nuta hat been opened up and the prices areright Geo D Hopper TUB Graded School closed for the hol- Iday yesterday and will not resume operations until Monday Jan 1 1 WILL receive scaled bids for the BUI plus milk of the Stanford creamery UII noon of Dec Blot H J McRoberts iccty TilE directors of the Peoples Bank of Huatonvillo will meet Dec 31st at their bank from 10 to 12 oclock to elect officers for the ensuing year THE young ladles Crab Orchard have issued Invitations to a Leap Yea hIp to be given at Crab Orchard Spring on Wednesday Dee 30th K OF P MSBTINGThe K of P Lodge will meet tomorrow night Fri day instead of Thursday Importan degree work on hand J N Menefee CC MR cleve young democrat of the East End announces for circuit clerk this Issue lh will greatly appreciate anything Bald or done in his behalf WE desire in this inadequate way to express our heartfelt thanks and grati tudo to all who in any least way minis teed unto us or our dear boy in this great sorrow Gradys father and those having claims against the estate of John F Cash de eased will please present them to meat the First National Bank Stanford properly proven and verified by Jan 151909 II C Baughman adminlatra W MR A C SINE deputy State Commander of the Maccabees tells us that a check for 3000 came yesterday morning for Mrs Bessie Hardin amount of Insurance carried by her husband Mark Hardin who died Dee 6th SOME rascal throw a cannon firccrack er against a big plate glass in Garland inglctons store Wednesday night and a large hole was made in it An effort will be made to find out theguilty party and he will be severely punished If caught THOSE wont ofthe Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church made the editor of this paper a beauti ful Christmas present of an angels ood cake which is truly fit for the- gods He sincerely thanks them lor- their kind rememberance IN order that all hands and the devil may enjoy a little Xmas no paper will be issued Tuesday but we hope to come out on time Friday Jan 1 The I J office will be closed to day and tomorrow but will be open londay 28th ready for business NEALS CREEKRev Barker failed to fill his appointment at this place on- the second Sunday James Hutchison Is able to be out on crutches after being confined to his room for some time with a broken limb nom to the wife oC Ed Terry a boy Mrs Jesse Man nlng and baby have gone to Oklahoma to visit relatives Miss Deaale Barring ton visited Mrs W F Dishon Satur day and Sunday Will Hainea is on list Carroll Rainea and Jeff Bel came over from Danville Sunday to the homefolka Presenta discount of 20 per cent on any Cloak Suit Skirt Fur Baby Cloak Childs Cloak This oflor is on this seasons very newest and best goods The continued warm weather at the beginning of Winter has caused us to make this liberal offer Come let us show you The saying of several dollars is certainly substantial gift Ii SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY I Interior Journal PERSONALS LouisvilleMiss vmeMESSRS returnledyearSomerset good cranberricsandfow Ihlllipafor LDBLiEAxnE9oV motherNorlczAll the- lSlck Our for YouI- s OUR Xmas China and other holiday goods must go this week Now Is your chance Geo D Hopper FOR SALE OR RENT The Warner storehouse on East Main Street Apply at once to W K Warner Ltx me tell you 25or more points of superiority of the sewing machine I handle W H Mueller APPROPRIATE gifts Ladles cuff kid groves fur top gloves New stock of our famous 1 and 1EO kid gloves Severance Son W K WARNER ante to see you about your plumbing tinning and guttering also country water works Depot street StanfordSTUB L willsell roundtrip tickets to Winchester Dec 29 30 and 31 limited to Jan 1 at 245 account of the State Teachers Meeting You had better be present at the rink Tuesday night if you expect to make your Christmas joys complet Doors open at 7 oclock Come I nAVE bought Al Wallace interest in the livery firm of lieazley Wallace and also the books Those owini the firm will please call and settle wit me G G Beazley FOR substantial Xmas presents caU on Tribble Pence Beautiful mante mirrors pictures library parlor and dining tables hall trees etc Dig lot of tricycles tor childrene IN the Old Fiddlers Contest given by tho Modem Woodmen at Moreland Alex Martin of Rowland was given first prize 5 Norman True of McKinney second prize 1 Tom Edwards oC Casey prize 3 Nathan Nailor of Parksville fourth prize 2 Larkin Hicks of Brodhead fifth prize 1 The Supreme court of Missouri upheld the contentions of the attorney general in the ouster suit of the State igainst the WatersPierce Oil Co the standard Oil Co of Indiana and the Oil Co of Ohio fining each if the defendants 50000 and ousting hem from the State The court was unanimous in its opinion Clarence Klein convicted in Fayette county on a charge of housebreaking and sentenced to the penitentiary for five years was pardoned by Jov Cox FOR SALE S6lior boiler and engine and saw mill tar said Will sell either or both OHAft JJsftsLiN Ottonbelm Ky rojtottlce Wayne burgKy StockholdersMeeting A meeting of tbe stockholder of tbeCr b rcHnrtl Banking Oo at OrnbOrchaicl will- be hold at their bonking boiue tbe lit yon- lay In January 1W for the purpose of Irctlng directors and ofllcen for tho enDUe jear JO UAILKYCaiblvr +NOTICE Notice Is hereby slven that Alfred Bright will ct the regular January meeting of tbe board of Prison Commluloneri of tbe note of Kentucky make nppllratlon to aid board at Frankfort Ky for from tbe Htate penitentiary D BRIGHT This Dec 19 IMS ly hub Bright Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholdersof the FIrst National Hank of Htanford will be held nt heir banking house tbe second Tuesday in anuary liui for the purpose of electing Ircctors for the ensuing year JOHN J McRoBEKTSOaihler Stockholders Meeting A meeting of tbe stockholders of tbe Lin olnCounty National Bank of Htanford will ttbeldat their tanking house the second Tuesday in January inw for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year V I AarmirCas- hierStockholders Meeting A meeting of tbe stockholders of the Na anal dienk pI UuUonvlll wilt be held at belr bunking house In Hnstonvllle the seed ond Tuelday In JannaryJIIUII between 9 Bad IS Af for the purpose of electing dlrcc Ion to senrotho ensuing Sear JW JIOCKKR Cashier PUBLIC SALE I I will on SATURDAY DEO M tell to the blRhrst bidder some household and lichen furniture some farming Imple Jents about 70 or locust wlro fenee potu I good horse sled some loose ha lover ann timothy mixed good famll n lot of Burt Orphlncton and Ply ouch tock chickens two horse wagon arneuitc and other things not named trms made known on day of sale Hale Will begin at i oclock PIJ II IIUKUIT Hlnnford Ky Special line of Rugs ruggets and Rockers for the Holiday Trade GlB Pruitt Moreland y A Chance to Buy Xnjqs Presents at Your Own Price 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 ealca force Wekeep constantly on hand a flue lino of Ladies and ChildrensShoes Wo also carry the newest and best in Ladies Dress Skirts Pet ticoats 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 us t TRIBBLE HUGHES Goods Notions Shoes jDry KENTUCKY Your Brother or Pother 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 tome and select until your hearts content A nice line of Cull Buttons for 25 and 50q Stick Pins Irom 25c to 8100 Watch Fobs 25c to 8100 nnd many other pretty presents SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Overcoats At Reduced 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 buyinglt W E Perkins Crab Orchard t IThe Interior Journal SnUredint FOrt OJtee at Stanford eul rndUeriThe Truth Every person in this city who fssuf fering from Eczema Pimples Dand I distease can permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid external use All durggists tell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE MASONS MEET meetInthird Monday nights of each month at TSO NtauePennyj1 t A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY 41 Office over McRobertsDrug Store in the Owsley Building litturis Tst aCC and Ttacce Tarns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The laiunace Mia STANFORD KYrlUilditnce thone 38 Offl a os Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedAdorinas Fox It n handsome large young Jersey Bullde vcendedlromnlonK and unbroken line of the mot noted bull and rows on the bland ol Jersey England and America Ills glaena85 lien Uke begets Like or the IJkenessof some Ancestor and bore a strictly goo cow you ihould avail yourself of his ser vice will Iw allowed tv serve a limited number ol Approved registered cows out side of our own herd thUjenr for a fee of peach Make engagement before sending cow to be bred 4 OTTER KyNce bull calve that will be cold at right pr- iceCONCRETIN SS r We afvtn position to do all kinos of con cretin u h u Bloc Work Pavements and In tact we can make any thing house down to a fence post We ran se promptly and guarantee Ant cl ifcrk and material nod get our prices before you your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky IVIBuy S and Feathers Tallow BMSWIX Closcec CDUnSeIWallowRot Mal Apple Wild Cinter etc Wate detlnt J u 18560 WcalDrJlo LouimIcudca da better for yog lKa a ama cr IIIII ncrdata Rdmce tar Btai ia Lcm de WnM fur WttUj t trlilt tad Jiw M Iqs- M Sabel less KYfh Coer Undertakers and Embalm err Also Dealers in Fur nature MattingaRugB They will exchange Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock Gixe Righti j s grxhFORD KENTUCK i Jf C McClary s Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY ogee Phone let Home Phone Si 1 CALLI primary election for Lincoln county to nomi rate candidates for county offices 1st A primary election is herob called to be held in the several voting SaturIdayu and 4 P M for the purpose of nom allottney county clerk sheriff jailer representative assessor school superintendent magistrates of the several magisterial districts constables cot o net and surveyor 2nd All democrats who are legal voters of Lincoln county or who will be legal voters on the 2nd day of N vember 1909 are entitled to vote their respective precincts and are requested to do so 3rd Every candidate who desires to have his name printed on the ballots be used In said primary election ahal- on or before 12 oclock midnight of 22nd day of January 1909 deposit wit the treasurer of the committee the sum hereby fixed as the entrance fee In the race for the office for which he is a candidate said sum so realized to used g in defraying the expenses of the primary At the same time the candl date shall give written notice to the chairman that he desires to be a candi date and name the office he seeks The entrance fee of candidates shall be as follows For sheriff 10 for county judge 10 for county attorney 10 for county clerk 10 to ailer 15 for assessor 10 for representative 10 for school superintend ent 10 4th The election shall be held in all respects as required by statute relative to primary elections anda uniform ballot shall be used in all voting pr clncts The chairman of the commi- tee is directed to cause to be printed and distributed to the several voting precincts the necessary ballots and supplies necessary to the legal condo electiont county committee shall appoint officers to hold the election in each precinct who shall b selected from lists furnished by all elm didates who desire to submit lists The officers shall be as nearly divided as possible as to judges clerks and shepa soonGhe as the are closed wjiich shall be done at 4 P M proceed at once to count the ballots cast for each and every sand date for office and after counting same inwethe bylawthe sheriffs and judges of election will deposit the boxes with tho chairman of the county committee at the courthouse in Stanford The officers of the election in each precinct will make at sign a written statement showing the number of votes cast for each and every candidate for office in the precinct and place said statement in an envelope and deposit it in the ballot boxes 6th The returns are to be made the chairman of the county committe- and should he be absent from the cou ty then to the secretary of the com tnittee at the court house within days after the election On the n day after the election the county com mittee shall meet and canvass the re turns of the election and make certificate thereof 7th The secretary of the committ is directed to give notice of this elec tion as is required by law G L PENNY Chmn- J B BAILEY Secy rteMrs McRaneys Experience Mrs M McRaney 1rentlss Miss writes I was confined to my bed for three months with kidney and bladd trouble and was treated by two phyI sicians but failed to get relief human tongue nan tell how 1 sufle and I had given up hope of ever get ting well until I began taking Foleys Kidney Itemedy After taking t bottles I felt like a new person at feel it my duty to tell suffering women what Foleys Kidney Remedy did forI me It New Stanford Drug Co FARMERSDEPARTMENT Dan Traylor bought of Geo Logan two fiveyearold work mules for 400 FOR SALEFinely bred Plymouth Rock cockerels Mrs R II Crow R F D No2 box 28 Shelby City Between 3500 and 4000 cattle are being slopped at the distilleries in thisI county and most of them are y Simon Weil of Lexington Fraakf Journal Nelson May sold a bunch of 225 pound hogs at 5c S G Goode bought andbunch a Advocate Dont drug the Stomach or stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That Is wrong It is the weak nerves that are cryingrut for help Vitalize the weak Inside controlling nerves with Dr Shoopa Restorative and see how quickly good health will cows to y again Test It and see t Sold by Pen ny a DIugStoreI Jerseyandfootdepth in Halnea Barrus of Buffalo New York shipped a lot of extra Christmas cattle bought of Will Woodford three car load of extra shot twoyearolda Halyat 9519 and of Brook Clem 25 steers weight 1340 pounds at 590 R B Scott of this city was local agent for the buyers Winchester Democrat Hoarse coughs and atnlTy colds that may develop Into pneumonia over 0IoY8Imembranes heals the lungs and expels the cold from the system New Stanford Drug Co ColnKansas penitentiary charged with the murder of his father A tickling or dry cough can be ShoopIa Soldh cIity subject to the action ot the democratic pony M S BAUGHMAN U a eandldnta for Sheriff of Lincoln count lubjpct to the action of the democratic- l tr JOHN J MOSERs U w countybjectrprq M BRUCE u a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln couoty- obJect to the action of the mocraU- cPrtT JAMES c HAYS epaparty DINK FARMER U a candidate for the Democratic coals Waeolncountyrobcetet to DC ALLEN Ci n candidate for Atteuor of Lincoln coun Ilemocratle a J W FOLEY U a candidate for Auauor of Lincoln coun tutijecl to the action of the democratic rty J A DUDDERAR U a candidate foraiieuorof Lincoln Coon tyrobrnlto the action of the democratic party WD WALLIN In a candidate for Asteuor of Lincoln coun ofthpdemOCretlt e SM OWENS ot tsncoln cOlin tyiucoUleettotLeaetlou of the Democratic party WS BURCH Linuhpnroerntlopatty yM F NORTH Is a candidate for County Attorney of Lin coin cqunty subject to the atloolof the Ikntocretltr pangs JtteLIntl Democratic party f BAUFLEYexIs n candidate for clreult Judge of this the lath judicial dlttrlet subject to the action of the Democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR lHeee e Dumoorutlo partysCHARLES A HARDIN of Mercer county is a candidate for Com monwealths Attorney of tills the Mth dicIal district subject to tho action of the dnmoeratlo party JOHN C PEPPLES Llnrolneouer u Ir party NoW W WHIT- Es a candidate for Assessorof Llncolneonn ty subject to the action ot the Deiiiuciulle pony BAILEYd LtntO county court subject to the notion of the Democratic party W H SHANKS Is a candidate for uomlnatlon for fir pre wntntlcftof ilnooin couuty subjMt to the action of the Demoeratle party THOMAS W GOOCHIIs a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln rnuat subject to the action of the DeufocratU party GARLAND SINGLETON Is candidate for Nuperlnte dent of tnb Hchools of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party ftJAMES F HOLDAH Is a candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Demo cratlo party J D SWOPE- Ii a candidate for circuit clerk of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Dvino cratlo party LESLIE ANDERSON Is a clerk ot Lincoln BecountywDJeeitothe actions of the Demo cratlo party WALLACEouIs a candidate for Coroner of Lincoln coun tysubject to the action of the Democratic primary Feb 0 IGfp W M DUDDERAR Is a candidate lor magistrate of the Hut totbapolonotiiDemocratic Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zcmo A liquid for external use Zcmo givci instant relief and permanently cures any form If Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Met Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I 11111IdndIrlnlfencing good plenty of water and fruit mileBaatotlirowngcraplfOKlnny liT Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell r stock of Oro ccrlrsand Hardware Doing n good bull Itrawntllolio t ItOt l KUHtanfon1 Kr Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation tot ternal use Stops itching Instantly destroys the germs that causa akin diseases Sciema ouiclcly yields and is permanently cured t y this remarkable teB D CARTER NoWLlverv Depot Street Phone 06 STANFORD KENTUCKY When Ordering Clothes your more taken by a tailor of es rlance Then your clothes whether alow ennlocclothwhich play Indicate they were made toyour measure 1 will also take your inns topCOlIplea on head ready fur your inspection 110 nUPLKY The Tailor ritanford Ky Executors Sale I Aiexecutorof xrs nary 0 Oaddls I will oil WKOXHMUAY DEC au Hut at her late InLlneulnmhouseholdpoultry lshtots two tracts of knob lead eontaln all IS errs neh each about mlteswstot ullledgcvlllet also a tract 6f millrooadsyotanle OHO VOAKDIH ll1rJlIIIIIe Mahony Rank- inINSURANCE Fire Life Accident and Tornado Farm Property a Specialty Might of the leading compaatet ef the world repreMnttfd VOItIJ t In tatty with arPtnguU In the history of this ageMy Losses w 00IUligsuring call o- nMAHONY a RANKIN The Insurance Mon of Stanford StrengthIlrart IuIUftlaMddmNunmplIQnndoIJIII bantheseIbis early explains why u a nedldne Dr maceIorwaksndalUngltarit lu1ooatIn7popular prwcrlptlon alone directed to theta bWldIl111Uft1ZtheDIf you would have won Hearts fine u bUhUlanDr Shoops RestorativePENNYS DRUG STO- REPOSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid bunting fishing or any kind of ire pasting on out places and will prosecute vi olators to the full ax tent of the law Mrs Walter Warren Mrs Maltle White I W Carter Wen I Mnrtlu- M K Lawrence Tlnsler Hpoonamore IH Hooter J M onus T A itlee Ilalloa J L llolttelav 5SIAstyafrs JP Iulllani IL L Pulllam PlcDleeser A Paxton Mrs It U Williams S Oata J Nevtu Darter M H Ljtle Mrs Jns llamas CarpenterTbomiit ThompsonMOflu Dlattla lowe Itelcbenhaeh lire Kre4 Uaumnnn A T Traylor- IllUirn Ooocn N IKllummer NunaelleyJWJ E Bruce David Ntevens Jolin Oamlsch WmUordlor DanTmylor M U Klraort lotllbOllck YN Handorf JJThompson D MAndfnon J Floaer JlfandDfraJesLFada A Kilos Mrs SI Horton JJ Elliott Mrs Oeo W It Ifenzlivrty Freak Cordler ItltaugbnianUrian Mrs Margaret Uooch Jacob Uandcr GeoOOlrene W H Tray lor Hun Roberts John Jtifer Amend liehacter M J Hofinnnn FTIlroxtey A IL latheny- OwsleyMJMorcan 10hlundleyILFtOrow at Mrs Nannie U Good OK McClure Anderson IUR Aston Konecker YonOruenlganT I I OUR nowIdisplayed We have many L suitable gifts for old andI young but we offer in particular a line of Books and Dolls that we think will please you ChristmasIPENNYS DRUG STOREI Stanford Kentucky he Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford RtM1ltkytCapital 5OOOOOO Surplus 3333000 1 Resources 34000000 1s H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J8 PAXTON 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