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Digital page images are linked to the text file. k + en 7 ii 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNALS r VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 12 1909 1MO 74 d BRODHEAD Rev Jamison will preach at tho Dap flat church Friday night Rev Sipple of London filled tho pulpit at the Methodist church Sunday Matt Coffey and a little daughter ot Gran Hasty of the Hlatt neighborhood havo typhoid fever A little son ot Malachl Hopkins has pneumonia Our barber Matt Bowling and Clero Wheeldon tho Livingston barber hlo exchanged shops Mr Bowling left us and Mr Wheeldon came to us Monday 4Henry W Plum of Owenton andI John Lawrence of Georgetown wero here this week Tho former was look- Ing tor mules and the latter buying to baccoW 1 Hilton aged 28 yean and an invalid for 17 yean died Saturday and was burled Sunday afternoon In the Methodist cemetery Rev Piko conducted i tunerallervlce Conrad Hlatt the hustling farm and merchant of Dlatt sold to Sam Mcllarguo a farm of 00 acres at It Mr Hlatt will quit farming and gii his attention to his atoro Some cowardly person fired two ahota t at Rupert Moncfco from ambush Friday night One of the bullots almoi j touched his right ear A bloodhound from Hustanvlllo was brought here but failed to do any good It Is a myster who the wouldbe assassin IL Mr and Mrs Barney Cornelius ut Durango Colo are visiting tho latter parent Mr and Mrs J II Jarretl i Miss Verne Jarrett of Aztec N M is here visiting her relatives Mrs J- In Cats vitited in Mt Vernon this Mrs Robert Albright of Row Is with her mother Mrs Belt in tho Sayera aectlon Mrs W E Wilmot has returned from an extended visit to reUtlvea at WI1l- amsIburg Master Dclmas Owens is visit sister Mrs Virgil Martin In country John Isaacs of Gravel is hero taking lessons In bank Cashier Hutchison of the Bank Mr Isaacs will be r the cashier of the bank to bo start at Gravel Swlth Mr Marshall Stone one of Stanfords gallant beaux was hero calling Sunday Dr Edward Everett Halo was a roe to long sermons lIe used to tell a sto ry of a longwinded preacher and tho minor prophets which tho Washington Star reprints This preacher once preached over on hour on tho four greater prophets end then when his congregation thought ho was through ho took a long breath turned a fresh palO and leaning over tho pulpit said We now coma to the mote complex question of tho minor prophets First let us assign to then their proper order Where brothcn shall we placo Hoaca T- An irascible old gentleman in a bad pew rose took his hat and stick and said as he departed Place him her a if you want to Im going homer Forced Into Exile Wm Upchurch of Glen Oak OkU wan an exllo from homo Mountain air ho thought would cure a frightfi luag racking cough that had dolled nil remedies for two years After six months ho returned death dogging his steps Then I began tousoDr KIngi New Discovery ho writes and of tor taking six bottles I am ns well ns ever It saves thousands ycarl horn desperate lung diseases Infal llblo for Coughs and Colds It dispel Hoarsenes and Sore Throat Cure Grip Bronchitis Hemorrhages Asth ma Croup Whooping Cough roc and el trial bottlo free guaranteed bj Pennys Drug Storo While Artnur Everton selfstyled i professor and traveling hypnotist eobbed in his cell three calm medical men witnessed a weird performance In the morguo of the Somerset N J hospital There Wlllom A Davenport secretary to the mayor of Newark and l a student of hypnotism vainly tried to bring back signs of life In the rigid body of Robert Simpson who apparently died after having been put into a hypnotic trance by Everton Daven port failed Simpson was declared om dally dead and an autopsy was held POLITICAL Richmond Va a city of over 100000 inhabitants only polled 4500 votes at the last election- Representative W F Klalr of Lex ington denies tho report that he will be a candfdato for Speaker Gov Willson has appointed 0 II Waddle of Somerset to sit as special judge in Kenton county to try the con tested election case of Tracy against Shaw lerhoHealth Coffee cleverest imitation of real coffee over yet mado Dr Shoop created it from pure parch l ed groins molt nuts etc Fine in flavor Is made In just one minute No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Sample free Pennys Drug Store CHURCH MATTERS Thcro will be preaching at the D p tlst church hero Sunday morning and night Rev W S Willis will preach at tho Christian church Hustonville Sunday morning on the Lesson of the Leave Bndat night his subject will bo Habits The latter will be the firet of a series of sermons on good morn It The largest amount of money In each ever raised atone tlmo in Owens boro was secured by Rev C C Cor roll pastor of tho Third Baptist churc Tho money wipes out tho church debt Ten thousand five hundred dollars was turned In by the members of the congregation Tho church originally COllt 47000 Tho various churches of Stanfoi worshiped with tho Methodist congr gallon Sunday night and arranged tor their representatives to give addresses of welcome to tho new pastor Rev J J Dickey Some notice of their llan was published in the I J but It llcap ed Mr Dickeys attention and he IUP posed that the overflow house was a demonstration in honor of Rev J B Harris who was to preach and he consequently failed to give the representatives of tho other churches on oppoi tunity to deliver their fraternal mtls sages or to say anything himself in appreciation of their coming He withes now to express his very great pleasur at this kindly expression of brother love and he heartily reciprocates the sentiments which this act expresses The church building at Pulaski WIlS set apart for tho worship of God on Nov 7 Tho weather was ideal the crowd large and Dr W D Powell or Louisville at his best All indebted ness was accounted for This churcl has a history Twentyseven years ago the Presbyterians occupied it as a mis slon under their evangelist J E Trip lett Dr Guerrant preached the ser mon They expended 100075 This last Spring they abandoned thefield am sold the church to tho Baptists Rev R R Ndol was called upon He beck ed by tho State Building Board under Dr Powell and a host of friends has raised and expended about 500 giving them a house worth 1200 The name of those who helped so laudable and enterprise and who have stood by me up on former occasions are Ed Cald well II James Holdam 1 W S Ilurch1 Dr Peyton 1 George Mc Kinney 1 Harvey Helm 1 W L McCarty 1 J C McClary 1 Robt Lytlc 1 W K Shugars 1 Denham Bros 1 Dr T W Pcnnington We- T II Shanks 5Oe W H Shanks 60c J W Acy 40c Robert E Gaines 1 Mrs E L Rclnhart 1 A C Carman 1J M Cress 1 George L Penny 1J D Wearen 25c J Murray Taylor 1 M S Baughman 60 E P Woods 1 F M Ware 2 J W Ac ton 1 Double Springs church 12 Eubanks church 10 McKinney church 12 50 E C Walton 1 James McBee 25c and many others at Brodhead and other places to all of whom we most gratefully acknowledge thanks In help ing us out in the struggle especially Ur W D Powell of the Baptist Build Ing nand of Kentucky R R NOEL MIDDLEBURG C C Rogers did service as grand juror at Liberty last week A girl was born to the wife of John Bates at Yosemite Tuesday night whil John was keeping tally on the vote ii the booth here- J H Purdom the Moreland tobacco buyer was hero a few days since and bought nearly all tho weed In this sec ion at 9 to 14c It is probably not generally known but it is a fact that Jason Lawhorn was elected coroner lie and Gus Bastln nada tho race but neither name was on the ballot and their friends voted tor them by writing their names on tho ballot Jason will qualify and dis barge tho duties of his office Tho election Is over and perhaps there oro very few who are not glad Even hose who wero defeated breath easier than when the storm was on Things did not go to our liking hero but were not kicking because it would do no good We had a good ticket and made a manly fight but went down in de feat Only three democratic magistrates are left out of the wreck This was not a democratic year in Casey sough it seems to have been in nearly every other county in the State So we have much to bo thankful for and- o will fight em again some day I pulled through by the skin of my teeth In the race for magistrate and in this connection I wish to say that I will ever Ceel thankful to my friends both democrats and republicans hero and at alltown for the fight they made for mo The two precincts gave last year early 50 majority for the republicans but by tho help of my friends I pulled trough by the narrow margin of six vote T S B Walter DeBord was acquitted of the murder of Elza Burton in PulaskiI NEWS NOTES I For the first time in 30 years United States government bonds are below parE J Dick ley of this county bought of Dr D S Henry a lot in Danvil for 500 It is estimated that 300000001 pieces of chewing gum are made Inthe U S yearly Negro hunters while smoking arab bit from a hollow log caused a costly forest fire in Christian county Lewis Strang covered a milo in 377 seconds on tho Atlanta speedway loweriag the worlds record by 54 set onds Clarence McDowell of Baltimon long prominently known as a judge ot horse racing on the metropolitan tracks is dead Uncle Tip Combs aged 70 years ono of the bestloved old men of Letct er county fell from his barn loft and broke his neck George H Osborne for 35 yeas cashier of tho Huntington Bank at Columbus 0 was arrested on charge of being short In his accounts Moj Thomas Hercules Hays forme State Senator Confederate veteran nnd ono of Kentuckys best known citizens died in Louisville of pneumonia Nino persons were killed and nearly a score of employes Injured in an ex plosion and fire in the comb factory ol Robert Morrison LL Son In Brooklyn As result of a cutting affray at Brass field in Madison Tom Bites lies mortally wounded while Andy Toddalso colored Is under arrest charged with deedWith more than 500 physicians from all parts of the South in attendance the third annual meeting of the Southern Medical Association convened at New Orleans Tuesday Commander Robert E Peary the Arctic explorer who has taken up his residence with his family in Washington for the winter is contemplating an expedition to the South PolejIndictments were returned In the Kenton county Circuit Court at Cov ington against tho Latonia Racing As sociation for permitting bookmaking and gambling at the Latonia racetrack Dies for a proposed 5 cent piece bearing the head of George Washing ton to take the place of tho coin now In circulation have been prepared by the engravers of the United States mint In Philadelphia Innate Novikow a Russian laborer shot and killed Mrs F A Schultz wife of a wealthy rancher and her dough ter in tho Ferry building at San Francisco and then killed himself No cause for the shooting has been learned Troops were sent to the home of Ben Longnecker in Mason county to trap night riders They remained on guard three nights but no riders appeared and the soldiers who had been sent from Lexington were ordered home The body of a woman well dressed was found in White River at Indianap olis by a fisherman No woman has been reported to the police recently as missing from her home or the hotels and tho identity of the dead woman is a mysteryMiss Annie Pellev a clerk In a dry goods store at Cairo III was murdered the crime being revealed when chil dren found her stripped and mutilated body in an alley An examination showed that she had been attacked jagged and then choked to death At Versailles Judge Robert L Stout dissolved the temporary restraining or der against the sale of tho Frankfort and Cincinnati railroad to the Louisville and Nashville inasmuch as the mle had been consummated before the suit was filed The decision requires court sanction for future action in re lard to the property That oral betting does not constitute lookmaking within the meaning of the- o calied anti racetrack gambling laws Is in effect the decision of tho New York Court of Appeals affirming an order of the lower courts for the die harge from custody of Orlando Jones and Sol Lichtenstein who were Indicted In Kings county on a charge of bookmaking In a headon collision at Loinerts Tenn between a fast passenger train on tho L S N running between Knox vlllo and Cincinnati and a freight anion 0 Pierce a freight engineer R E Bowman a freight fireman and L O Lemons fireman on tho pasen ger were killed The wreck is said to have been the result of failure of a agman to protect the passenger trains been sent out ahead of a disabled freight train A Scolded Boys Shrieks horrified his grandmother Mrs Maria aylor of Nebo Ky who writes that when all thought he would dlo Buck lons Arnica Salve wholly cured him nfalllble for Burns Scalds Cuts Corns Wounds Bruises Cures Fo erSores Bolts Skin Eruptions thllblalns Chapped Hands Soon routs Plies 25o at Penny Drug- Store PILVCRMiNO DUTY GlvtYaUJoML NICE 4 iIL tIRowM SJ40EJ 4 tY1ll unn NYNCW 44 ZZm41ANDTHNS HCdAVCHCR Real BUSTER BROWN and His Dog TIGE Will be Here on SATURDAY NOVEMBER 13 1909 and will two entertainz ments a- tWaItons Opera HouseO- ne at 10 A fl and one at P M ADMISSION FREE Bring all the Children and get a Souve- nirCummins Wearen STANFORDKENTUCKY Notice tf Application fir Pardon Miller Dronddui who was convicted of a felony in the circuit court of Lincoln county at the May term ot said court IMXi will uk the for pardon and reitorngovernor lon an object will my oblectloneraMILGFaDItOADUUBng l trice Buy 1 FUSides 1Wool Feitbtn Tallow BoMwaz Ginseng GoldeD SeIYDow RootJ yAppU V1W Close etc We in dalsrat ntattihej in l856Orcr hail Ladinle uclua do better for yen tHia itttu cr cannnno nercliuti RcCertw IT Bnl la LouinOIc Writt for wally pace lit tod lUpciag Us M Sabfel A Sens 229 EMatketSl LOUISVILLE KY VHAT Jl4ALL LrrTLEjSETTYjso 1fGIVE HCR ANOTHR d L4 l VB CAME 4AND VHAT DID LITTLE BUSTC D0k Z A PAIR or Snots TO WEAR THE FAMOUS BUSTER BROWN Bm RIBBON s60tSJAv1uBtr JHf ctI5 J lSHI LOJTM1H HOE 9 11 The Live give t 3 aaab1h n u H B NOR THCQ TT 9 s- Will Pay the Highest Market yPrice for Tu keys See himjbefore selling Call 153 Stanford KyIJ fItLf H B NORTHCOTT Stanfordl r J V i JournalIi PLANS for the formal dedication of j the new Capitol are yet in an unsettled condition and the date Is no nearer a positive determination than It was two months ago It Is tho desire of the Capitol Commission to have the build ThIa n completed The furnishings will not bet in Frankfort before December 15 so it is probable that tho dedication will not f take place until after December 15 Then there is talk of postponing the dedication until spring when tho weather is good probably in March just before the Legislature finally ad t r journs The furnishings for tho Gov E ternorsreception room are being made to and will cost 15000 The rug which is to cover the floor is being i II made to order in France and that will not be ready before the middle of De theIiwill be the most Expensive single ar I title in the whole building It was specially designed for the room in which it is to be laid j L EXCONGRESSMAN GEORGE G GIL BERT successful as a lawyer politician L i and business tnandied at the home of his r t daughter Mrs Lawson E Wooldridge in Louisville of stomach trouble and a complication of diseases Monday lie had gone from his home at Shelbyville to visit his daughter when he was stricken Mr Gilbert is survived by his wife two daughters and a son The latter was elected county judge of Shelby a week ago Deceased repre sented this district most creditably in Congress for three terms was State Senator one term and county attorney of Shelby for several terms He was r born in Spencer county in 1849 Mr I Gilbert was a polished gentleman a l Tluent talker and a most magnetic speaker He was well known in tbi I county and universally admired BEER puts out the fires in the coke t oven says a Pittsburg dispatch For M 72 hours after payday the coke ovens do not run more than twothirds of their capacity and following almost every payday hundreds of tons of coke are ruined because men can not be gotten to take care of it It is reported that the Steel Corporation is willing to pa 1 10 millions for the nine breweries i Fayetto county in order to stop the sale l to coke workers of beer in liege and i barrels It is not proposed to cut of the supply of malt liquors but to se 1 them only by the glass which wi make the acquisition of a jag more Is borious than it is now when the coke worker on receiving his pay annexe himself to a keg IF present plans dont miscarry Memphis will be selected as the headquarters of the different Confe i orerate organizations and a suitable r building will be erected to serve as Confederate museum A movement g with this end in view was inaugurated r at a meeting of N B Forrest Camp Sons of Veterans following announce ment of the selection of Memphis as V permanent headquarters of that organ ization by the Executive Council in Montgomery Invitations will be ex tended to the veterans associations an the various auxiliaries to cooperate in 4 the undertaking TWENTYTWO persons were killed by automobiles in New York City dur ing October and scores of others were wounded Think of this before you spend your hardearned cash for an auto r IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John A Heron aged 50 and for many years connected with the Citi enll National Bank of Danville is dead herrof pneumonia She was 1about50 years of age a fight between Josh Chitwood and 4Joe Duncan near Stearns Duncan Ireceived pistol wounds from which he is hardly expected to recover Francis Gilreath and Jasper North t were brought to Williamsburg from Covington They are accused of break ing into Davis clothing store and the poto ice three weeks ago The sixteenth annual meeting of thej National Fox Hunters Association con vened at Lawrenceburg Monday More Y than one hundred men and women from over the United States are at tending r Mitchell Taylor tho stave and cross tleTung of this city has lust closed a deal with the Baltimore Ohio to fur nish 120000 worth of cross ties between i this date and the first of next July The ties are taken from Mr t Taylors timbered estate near Athol in Breathitt county Advocate 4 A case unprecedented in the annals of Jessamine county was tried In the Hest an man was tried Matt Young killed Deputy Sheriff Logan Young hus father of the plaintiffs in December of last year He was insane at the time and ia now in the asylum I t They were awarded 14000 h MATRIMONIAL A Buffalo girl thought she was mar rying a French count but he turned out to be only a French cook Col John Jacob Astor it Is said gave his wife 10000000 in cash and securities to secure a separation from herRobert Hubble of the Turnersvilio section and Miss Edna Mobley of the Mt Salem neighborhood were married Tuesday The groom is an industrious clever young farmer and his bride is both pretty and popular She is a daughter of Mr and Mrs C Mobley Handsome engraved invitations have been received by their many friends for the approaching marriage of Miss Emma Virginia the pretty and popu lay daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Weldon Warren toJMr Charles Freder ick Garnett well and favorably known here The wedding will take place at the Warren home on East Main street at 230 Wednesday afternoon Nov 24 Mr Samuel Walton Severance and Miss Ollio Seaman were married in Louisville at 6 oclock Wednesday eve ning by Eld Joseph Severance of Frankfort a brother of the groom Tho wedding occurred in the pretty home which Mr Severance had already fur nished Only a few close friends alt relatives were present After the ceremony a dainty lunch was served At 8 oclock Mr and Mrs Severance accompanied by Messrs William and A H Severance and their wives took the train for Stanford where they will spjnd a few days the guest of rela tives Mr Severance is a well knowlz newspaper man and a fine gentleman His bride is said to be a most charming young woman and very pretty Mr McDowell Fogle of Casey and Miss Berta Carr Murphy were married at the homo of the bride at McKinney at 3 oclock Wednesday afternoon Prof D Edgar Fogle of Georgetown an uncle of the groom performing the ceremony which was a very pretty one MurphysRout of Hustonville stood with the bridal couple during the ceremony The groom is an industrious and successful young farmer of the Middleburg sec tion and is a fine young man His bride who is the eldest daughter of Mr an Mrs John S Murphy Is a charming young woman very pretty and highly accomplished She is exceedingly pop ular and the young people of the West 1End give her up with sincere regret Mr and Mrs Fogle will make their home on his Casey county farm where the best wishes of their many friends IIwill always be with them IIState Prohibition Evangelist J B Harris was here last Saturday and Sunday in the interest of State Wide Prohibition He deliverec several addresses and preached Sunda morning and evening at the Methodist Statedthe purpose of getting the next Legis lature to submit an amendment to the prohibitingdliquors for beverage purposes It 1 s the plan of the leaders to organize 1 cal associations in all the towns anc villages of the State who shall coop erate with the leaders of the move organizatiodmoney goes to carrying forward the work Twenty organizers are at work is different parts of the State and QUO COBS is crowning their efforts Mr Har ris is one of these organizers He secured a number of names in member ships and will return in about two weeks to perfect an organization Ev ery friend of State wide prohibition is urged to join in this united effort to abolish the saloon and distillery from the State Tho movement is solely for this purpose It is this union of all par ties creeds and clans that has brought prohibition to the States that are now enjoying this boon The general officers of this organization will be an nounced soOn Mrs Beauchamp of Lexington who has done more than any man or any other woman for tem perance in Kentucky is one of the prime movers of this enterprise as president of the W C T Upl Ken tucky The plan is to have a largo number of representative men visit Frankfort during the session of the Legislature and to have sojne of the ablest men of this section there also to make addresses and otherwise aid in getting this desired legislation It is also desired to flood thesIa1wlth temperance or prohibition literature The enemies to prohibition are thor oughly organized and its friends believe that a successful fight can only be made by solidly organizingA OF TilE CAUSE GirlsAreVictims of headache as well as older women but all get quick relief and prompt cure from Dr Kings New Life Pills the worlds best remedy for sick and nervous headaches They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Try them 25c at Pennys Drug Store LouisvilleTimesThird District Review the republican organ of Warren county I atJtS aWJ4Y t 1 + ih Ora f A tickling or drycough can toCough ly loosened with Dr Snoops Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug StoreII W tiller bought 303 acres of land one mile from Shelbyville for 27000 FOR SALE Stock Dry Goods Notion Orocerle- sIlurdwareIInware tc nbout liM Do ing fair business Liberal term G11 HARRIS Crab Orchard Ky FOR RENT I For 1910 my farm of of acre at Oral Orch ard S to 10 acres of llnotobncco land bal ance for corn meadow and pasture For further Information call on J ward Moore Urab Orchard t Ky or address me at lien deuonllIe l If- onASII SlNOMTON FARM FOR RENT I Iy farm of 100 neres 10 of which It cleared land It for rent privately tI noros are lowed In grata remainder for cultivation corn and tobacco on shore In Graded School district line dwelling of six rooms two stone chimneys two Sire stock barn nnd tobacco barn and other outbuild Ins W M MDHtttY Kings Mountain Ky Fruit And Ornamental Trees I Everything for Orchard Lawn and Gnr den Catalogue on Application No Agents fi F HILLENMEYER SON- SLexington Ky PUBLICSALEOF Shorthorn Cattle I 9 At GLENBU11NIE on TUES DAY NOV 23 1009 Convey ancea both at Stanford and Danville Free of Charge for parties coming from distance Lunch aervevlat 12 oclock Sale begins at 1 r M H P HAWKINS Stanford Ky R It No2 POSTED whose names appear below strictforbid hunting licking or Rn kind of tret will prosecutedolatortothefullextent of the law BjosFredLllburn Uoocb N H Ilummcr Will Hester It O Nunnelley J W HauRbmnn JW Ieck J ElIruce David Stevens JohnUamentsch WmOordler Van M D Elmore GotllbOllck Fred Ilandorf AndrnonIA Ktbnsa Mrs NJ Morton J J KllloU MrsOeo Logon W It Daugherty Frank Cordler tier Father Leo fDr O O Perry Ii W H H llkughinan Urlah Albright A D Itoot Mrs Margaret Qoocb Jacob Gander Ueo O Olnnl WH Traylor Ham Roberts John Jufer Amend Bclmefer MJIIofmann MatbrnyILFapaleyyJUHundley It HOrow Good C K McClure Andersonoarr Anton Konecker VonJruenignr n ItCarpenteYI John B Lee D Bvlers Christian Jacob Tout Ferrlll WW Pitman Fred Payk Alex Cooper JNevln Carter K U Dunham Mrs W O Welch H C Anderson W D Gooch RiceaI James Hmlth Tlnsley Bpoonamon- P W Carter A U Carter 11 W Gaines W P Grimes J L Holtsclaw W M Fields n E Oolnes Bring to Your Printing To The INTERIOR JOURNALr i Office v Besth Work n 14Lowest Prices I I Auctioneer I I otter my sere cos to the Ople of kin coin county asannucttoneer Hatlsfnr tlon guaranteedMoreland Ky McWHOIlTKIl It K D No 1 Creditors Notice I Alt creditors of the lluntlngton Produce t Feed Huntlngton W Va are hereby notleed to present their claim against said concern proven as provided by law to the undersigned eesnt omce In liurnitde Ky within el BI from iLe dale herrot IXIVETT KVANS AstlRnceet Dated at Uurnsfde Krliep Jliu NOTICE The Farmers Drug Co of tawrenceburg Inn placed l ureka Tonic on sale at 1ftkltn den Crab Orchard nnd J l Morton Won ford This tonic Is to be titkvii In n halt wine to n wine glass fullthree times a dB- U tithe Is prescribed by the best physicians 1 State to cure stomach onyII by their salesman Dr It L Cattldy MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge oSn Ft A M will met In ttntvd communication on each tint and third Monday nights of eaoh month at tlW oVIock In their hail on main stneet Won lord Ky Members of sister lodges are tru I Drnnlly Invited to be present T W Ien nlngton Bee B D CARTER Now Liver Dopot Street Phono 90- STANFORDKENTUCKY SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING r lam prepared to do all kinds of surreyln and civil engineering promptly My work will be guaranteed and my are ten sonable Write me atMcKlnnevorcall me over the telephone through the e Kxcbnnge- WALTKU MCKINNEY I FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A fine blno grass farm for sale situated on new lke near Point damn and six miles- south of Lancaster containing suo acres well located In Rood neighborhood being of the John Walter tract with u hand rYlldencetbereon nonou x through TKHMS In hand balance one and twoyears from day of sale bearing six per I I paidPnonllooklnR place please write or see WO WALAXR Stanford NOTICE Insure your Tobac co and Tobacco Barns in the West End In surance Agency Get your policies written right in a good company by W J CAMPBELL Hustonville Ky RheumatismIJMttfonadsVtrUd Olttortad limb of chronic cripples nor turn ro apln Tbaa Is Impossible BUC I- rUranSlOWsw ill kill the paw and NI01- Ibll deplontile dllMllo In Gasmen with a Chemist In the 3ty of DarmttadtI found the test Ingredient with which Dr Shoops Rheumatlo Remedy was made a perfected dependable prescription Without that test I successfully war many coses of Rheumatism t butnow at lart It ual rorml curelaU curabll auel of this bentoron much dreaded disease Those saodllkt granular wastes found Inlthetunatignloodseem todlaaolrl and pass away needy as freely as does wear when added to pure water And then when dlssolred these poisonous wattes freely pee from the system and the cans of Rheumatism Is tone There Is taw no real Qua helpWe tell andfncasnadwalrscosamr- adDr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy PENNYS DRUG STORE iu I MNSIf UNDR1R t t i w 1 a++i+ ++1 +++++++++++ Nothing a man wears is more necessary or should be more particular in selecting than r his Underwearfor Winter The ever ready and popular 50 cent garment we always carry in both fleeced f and ribbed Wrights Wool Fleeced L at 100 a garment is the most popular gar ment on the market today UNION SUITS are becoming more popular each season and we have them at 1 a suit a very servicable one too Then comes the standards the ideals in mens perfect underwear COOP ERS RIBBED and ROYAL SILK PLUSH Here are two garments that never draw up nor fade perfect in shape beautiful in color and never scratch you at 2 for Coopers and 3 per suit for silk plush htt H J McROBERTS STANFORDKENTUCKYy G L Penny R H Coffey E R Coleman 1bzoT The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil is a most Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and Strength It is Especially Useful For Persistent Coughs and Colds Soldunder a Guaran tee at PENNYS DRUG STOREIStanford Kentucky i 1- 1C o d I do h 1 Special Suit Offer 11 t Wo have made a special price on a number of 818 to 822 Tailor Suits I beforeVv I you buy r I N 4 i y SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KYY I w The Interior Journal f STANFORD KY Nov 12 1900 SOMB great bargains in box paper are being dosed out to make room for new stock nt Pennyi Drug Store PERSONALS MR W S EMORY was In Lexington Wednesday MR G L PENNY spent several days In Cincinnati Hon W II SHANKS was In Louis vlllo Tuesday MR R H PETTUS of Somerset visI ited friends here MR C T BOHON of Lebanon was In town this week MASTER MORGAN SMITH BAUOIIMAN la III with diphtheria MRS J H TUCKER Is In Lexington attending the Jackson meeting MRS JESSE WALTER is visiting her sister Mrs Turner In Jessamine MRS NAN UE HARPER of Junction City Is tho guest of Mrs S J Hell MISS MARY TAMME who is attending business college at Danville was nt home Sunday MRS LEWIS BOURNE and children o Jessamine aro with Mrs IL a White In the East End JUNi 11 HElD of Corbin was hero Wednesday returning from a visit to his eons at Uudtonvlllo- Mua C L CARTER returned to Lex Ington yesterday after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs A D Root Miss FRANCIS METCALF was the hOI tees at a six oclock dinner Friday evening In honor of Mr Jack Mctcalf Advocato Milts MOLUE LEWIS of Turners ville Is visiting her relatives here Miss Jennlo hooker and Mrs J 11 BaughmanMn IUM8EY of Harts vllle Ind pain through Wednesday returning from a business trip to Gar rail county HORN to the wife of Sam Robinson a daughter The mother is doing nice olyand tho clever father Is by odds the happiest man in town Miss MAE HACKLEY WATERS of Danville was the guest of Miss Jane Tammo Saturday Mr James Oil linker of Danville was also their guest r MR J II OTTER and family have moved from the F Reid farm to Mr QtterB farm on Dix river and the many friends tho excellent family made here are saddened by their departure AIR ROBERT a SAUFLEY who has been In Arizona for several weeks returned to Harrodiburg last week He and Mrs Saufley and Mr John S Rob inson will leavo in about 10 days fo AriZona to make their future hom Mr Saufloy has mining Interests at Parker and is also Interested in real estate there Harrodsburg Republican LOCALS J NEXT month is Xmas see the line of W H Mueller the jeweler it IF are looking for fresh oysters andcelery go to J D Hortona reatau rant vYoucan get all r ingredients for that Thanksgiving black cake at G D Hoppers H FOR RENT Harris house on Logan Avenue for 1910 Possession given at once A T Nunnelley I WILL be in my every day in the week from 9 A M to 330 r Jof in the future A S Price dentist I J MR V B MORSE will have a sale of his household and kitchen furniture at Hustonvillo beginning at 1230 Satur day Nov 20 See ad next Issue J FOUND on Stanford and Hustonvllle pike a handbag or pocket book containing some money and other articles Owner can get same by payingfor this notice D R Moore Stanford Ky R F D No 2 TilE fellow Underwood who stabbed Conductor Ashby on his train at Junc tion City some two weeks ago had his examining trial at Danvillo and was hold over to the grand jury Tho wounded man is getting along nicely MR SAMUEL DUDDERAR road supervisor has on exhibition at the Lincoln County National Bank several ears of blue corn which are a curiosity to our farmers The grains are almost aa blues indigo while the cobs are of a deep red Fort nice holiday presents go to Mud lers jewelry store T FOR presents that are beautiful and lasting go to W H Mueller CHRYSANTHEMUMS at 50c per dozen with vines Ed Hubbard Stanford A TRRItC YEAR oLD child of Eugene Hutchison of the Highland section died of diphtheria Wednesday JESSE A MANNING is putting up a neat cottage on the lots on Whitley Avenue ho recently bought of George D Florence FOR SAL lIeauurul fiveroom cottage garden barn lot and barn on Lo gan avenue Prico and terms to suit purchaser Cicero Reynolds TALK with mo buying a type writer and see sample at my home T A Brackett local agent for Standard Typewriter Exchange New York FOR RENT Place I now Jive on in Milledgeville Contains 25 or 30 acres and known aa Old Gibson Mill place Will rent for 1910 Walter W Owsley Milledgeville DR J T LAFSLEY of Danville who the of his cast DrfLapsley is the oldest living graduate from Centre College Ho was graduated in the dose of 1S39 Miss KATE NEWLAND delightfully entertained the teachers and pupils of the graded school at the r Monday by playing a Bach pram in the auditorium Miss Newland is a young artist of much promise FOR selling whisky in Stanford Anderson Carr colored was fined 100 and given 30 days in jail at his trial In the Federal court at Richmond The jail eontcnno was for some reason suspended A few moro such fines might deter the blind tiger operators Le willireelTHE DemocratGazette published a McKinney Texas says that at State Fair Joe 11 Muryhy son of Mr W H Murphy of this county was the largest money winner on saddle horses Ho got 630 Garrard Chief and Prince Imperial and their get were the bread winners Mr Murphys horses got 18 ribbons out of tho 20 awarded TilE country homo of Dr Hugh Reid came near burning a few days ago John Owsley Reid who was at home alone discovered a blaze In the rear portion of the building and at onto tel ephoncd his neighbor Mr J D Eads who with his sons hurried to the scene rand assisted In extinguishing the flames tollee us The damage will amount to 100 to 150 rIT Is practically conceded that William Cromwell of this city will no have opposition as clerk cf the Senate and that Mr J M Alvcrson of Stan ford is leader In the race for assistant clerk of the Senate says a Frankfort dispatch Ills Senator Mr R L Hub bio la the real hero of the last election as ho carried the district which Is nor mally republican by a good majority and will likely get whatever he sake f tho way of officials SMITIIMr Joseph Smith egad 75 died at the home of his son Mr John Smith in the East End Tuesday and was buried in Buffalo cemetery Wednesday after funeral services at the Bap test church by Rev R B Mahony Mr Smiths wife die4 a number of years ago but two sons Messrs John and James Smith and a daughter Mrs Sallie Sutton are left to mourn the loss of a kind and indulgent father Deceased was an exceedingly clover old gentleman and his many friends sor row that ho la no longer among them PAROLED The State Board of Prison Commissioners has paroled R ELSims serving a sentence of eight years In tho penitentiary for killing John R Farris some four years ago Ho had served two years Tho commissioners also paroled Faulkner Kennedy who was given 21 years for participation in the killing of James Shupes in tho East End about three years ago Gov Wlllson commuted tho sentence to three years a few months since Ken nedy has had typhoid fever and Is in bad health Both Merits Sims and Kennedy arrived here on the Kentucky Central Monday night Mr Sims is in fine health WANTED to buy a good Lincoln coun ty farm of the value of 20000 to 30 000 Address Lock Box 204 Stanford Ky TUB wife of Morgan colored died of dropsy in Louisville and her remains were brought hero yester day and Interred FOR SALE Thoroughbred Bronze Turkeys Pckin Drakes and White Wy andotte Cockerels Mrs James N Cash Turncrsville Phono No 992 FARM Fort LEA115acro farm on Dix river four miles North of Stanford and near Hubble Improvements fairly good and splendid new barn J F RIgney Son Stanford lastfootball game of the season on the graded school grounds here will be played this afternoon be ginning at 3 oclock The preparatory department of Central University eleven and the high school team lock horns r To PRINTERS This office has for sale a lot of display and body typo which has been used very little a medium sized imposing stone a lot of cases and soy oral cono pulleys Will go cheap if sold at once INTERIOR JOURNAL office Stanford Ky You are cordially invited to see Bus ter Brown and his famous dog Tlge at Waltons Opera House at 10 A M and 3 r M tomorrow Saturday An interesting entertainment without cents cost A souvenir to all who at tend Come as our guests Cummins Wearen ALTIIOUGII defeated for the office o Sheriff there are no sore spots on me I am exceedingly grateful to those who helped me by work and vote and shall await impatiently the opportunity to return their kindness I am proud of the vote I got and tho efforts of my BelltJ WM P LOGAN has sold to B D and J W Holtzclaw his farm of 210 acres Walt nut Flat at 105 The handsome rest dence is included Mr Logan bought the place a little over two years ago at 90 Mr L IL Hughes the hustling forITHOSE who will tamka in the ChurchIrequested to bring their offerings to the Christian church next Sunday morning and turn them over to the treasurer Mrs W M Bright who will forward them at once Dont forget this 1m portant matter TirE ladies of the Presbyterian church t lIustonvllle will hold their Annual Bazaar Saturday December 11th from high noon to 1030 The night featur- t will be given to young and old Asocial function long to be remembered Many surprises will be sprung that will keep you guessing Dont miss thi high class function I FarmerIn county He has been a candidate In DemocraticIwar an his highest ambitions were realized lost Tuesday Ho has the reputation of having shaken hands with moro people and kissed moro babies than any man in the grand old common wealthAdvocate A DIABOLICAL DEED Some fiend inhuman form who ought to bo doing time in hadea fed Paris green to a bunch of 900 lb cattle belonging to Mr W Gill Cowan of the West End and 19 of them have died Several others will die A valuable broodmare belonging to Mr Cowan also got some of the poison and died Tho financial loss exceeds 1000 but that is of secon dary consideration What bothers Mr Cowan and his friends Is that he has an enemy who would resort to such underhanded methods to get revenge Five cattle on his farm died last year from eating Paris green however only two of them belonged to him Friends of Mr t Cowan and they are many are up in arms about tho treatment of that clover gentleman and if the scoundrel who administered Uw poison is caught tho chances are that he will bo roughly handled Mr Cowan has of fered a reward of 500 for the arrest and conviction of the perpetrator of the cruel deed f f New New 4 W J I ir 1 dJ 1 rMercerized Xltoman a new waeb fabric looKs like Bilk wears better Black Navy Alice Rose Green Hclio Special price 3Dc I I FIRE destroyed much fence and grass on the farm of Col Isaac Shelby in the Shelby City section THOSE who fail to paytheir taxes in the Crab Orchard graded school district by Dec 1 will be advertised Geo W Bronsugh Treasurer liON W H SHANKS who has just I been reelected to the Legislature with out opposition from Lincoln countywRs here in conference with lIon W F I Klair Mr Shanks is a candidate for speaker of tho House and says the en couragement he has received from thd membership makes him feel that he will be elected He made a splendid reputation as an active and useful mem ber in the last body Lexington Ga zette This and That Town Marshal Louis Riddell of Bloomfield shot and killed two Negroes 1who had knocked him down and were beating him A Madison county farmer named Moodycut his wifes throat and set fire to his home He then took carbolic acid and died Ernest Roberts and Burton E South ard former cashiers of the failed Dorr street Savings Bank of Toledo 0 were arrested on the charge of perjury i lions Wagner and John Dots Miller of the Pirates have accepted an offer to go on the stage The two worlds champions will receive 500 a week for a little sketch with a vaudeville company and will start on the exhibitionIo the programme Penny guarantees Miona to re minutesfStops belching gas and heaviness Instantly Large Box 50o r journeythroughTaft arrived in Washington Wednesday night The little Candy Cold Are Tablet- called Preventlcs will In a few hour- safely check all Colds or LaGrlppe Try them 4825c Sold by Pennys Drug Store TURKEYS FOR SALE I LnngeNonr A Thoroughbred bronze large lane nnd beau tiful plumage MUM W K DIHUO IL II I Ilione i FOR SALE I foyer Hotel at Crab Orchard nlun store room lure across street with post onlce ad joining and n cottage or attics of throe rooms All necessary outbuildings IIIU3OURTISOOVRI4 Crab Orchard Ky Small Farm For RentI onllnovlllAnnuounfailing cistern and pond large barn and goalGousonndouthouses See Mrs Good Lancasteer HOME FOR SALE alet one roomyoorngarden spot This Is a desirable place locat ed on corner of Whitley and streets AIiIIOGTZOLAtVStnnlanlKyPUBLIC BATtmDAYNOVlS 1SU9 milesfromtollowlIIIII cow and calf 1 good 1 year old mare 1 lI tohoraotobegluJ M McCOHMAOK FARM FOR SALE OR RENT Contains IrfO acres best tobacco land In the county miles from McKinney Will tell or rent has two dwellings one of four rooms and the other of two rooms Two orchards of nearly ftO trees Tobacco barn cheaperfarmOHI1HAWNEB MoKlnney K- yPUBLIC SALE Kye caster on the Lancaster Ikel will sell to the highest and best bidder on WEDNESDAY NOV 10 1009 tollowlnldelcrlbttlshock 8 acres of hemp In shock a lot of clover hay cows all young 8 wellnllnv heifer Jersey 2 two year d heifers Jersey also 3 harness mnres 1 yearling mare colt sired by Dr Munion 1 yearling mule 8 suckling colts two sired byUrant MOil cal ono by Silver Tip Also t cutting harrows cultivators t wheat drllli and a lot other and logtulln Terms liberal and made known on day of saleDinner will bo furnished on the grounds JlUTOUJNOST I L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 M itiI LADIES SUITS s1tioKara just received line of Ladies and Misses Suits and Cloaks also Childrens Coats Ladies Suits from 8750 to 820 i Misses and Ladies Coats from 8350 to 81350 JChildrcns Coats from 8175 to 8350 J Wo invite your inspection i J in Dont forget that WP represent two of the best tailoring con IpnceI HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes- I STANFORD KENTUCKY BOILED DOWNt All Advertising is an invitation to come and buy BUT THERES a whole lot of difference in it anyhow heretoemay be an afterthought only if you like our showing Oth erwise we donf want your moneyTHOSE 1500 Suits and those Overcoats and Raincoats well they tell their own tale W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky To the Tobacco Growers of Boyle and Adjacent Counties We have secured the skating rink building for a salesroom for leaf tobacco in tho hand oath will bo ready to begin sales as soon as tobacco is sum ciently cured for market and will be able to offer you as good market as you will find elsewhere at a reasonable cost Wo havo assurance that buyers rep resenting the largest manufacturers and dealers in tho U Swill be repro sented in Danville thus insuring tho highest market prico to tho grower Call and see us before disposing of your tobacco The Boyle County Tobacco Warehouse GEO COGAR eL CO Proprietors Danville Ky M G MURPHY J W ACTON After spending last week on tho city market we are now receiving our now goods and are ready to show you the brightest uptodate general line of merchandise over offered in this section and at very modest prices On Saturday night Oct 30 our books will close and on November 1st our terms will bo cash to one and all So those wanting to buy merchandise insteadof time will find it to their interest to call and see us The following are a few J of our reduced prices Any childs shoe 10 to 15c oft tho regular price any misses shoo 15 to 2Qc oil the regular price any boys shoo 15 to 25c off any ladies shoo 15 to aye off any mens shoe 20 to 45c off all mens pants 25c 81 off regular price mens heavy 81 overalls 94c 60e overalls 47c mens 81 hats The 82 hats 8150 and so on Moro next time So Como and eegSus as we can show you betteritban we can tell yo- uMURPHY i A ACTONThe Cash Bargain Store Kings Mountain liy l The Interior Journal JSnteredinUu POll Office at Stanford cu nlcLw pater L N TIME TABLE No H South UtJrt P M XfNo NortUoI7 P K HoJT 1047 AM NoI lItO P ll- s JOS se RICE Agont A S PRICESurgeon Dentist siSTANFORD KENTUCKY lyOMoe over McRoberts1 Drug Store in j i1 the Owaley Building FARM FOR SALE I i The farm of 110 acres of Rood blue RraitvaJ kind lying one mile North of McKlnneyon the Stanford pike Improvements and IA fencing good plenty of water fruit Apo IS acres of timbered land one mile M yait of McKinney half under fence plenty of water and good tobacco land See grow at crop J AUIVENHAgeU- tf McKlnney Ky Fall and Winter Stock 1 Have your tneaiure taken a tailor ot ex perience Then YOUrclothewhetheralow price business suit or the finest clothes will have that Individuality and fit which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I wilt also take your meat are for extra trousers fancy vestsJtop cots and overcoats Fall and samples on hand ready for your Inspection 10 IIUPU5Y The Tailor Stanford Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I ean furnish the public with the best as well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of mil kinds bulbs potted flowers on short aotlce Also make a specialty ot wreaths purposesIn above I have nil rind of vegetables on hand at reasonable res- 0Hn19TMAN GREEN IIOURESI KD HCUllAltn IKOK Stanford Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns I Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen 4 The Insurance Min STANFORD KY Residence Phone 34 Office 95 t Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedCONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of con ereting such as Block Work Pavements sad in fact we can make any thing from r louse down to a fence post Wo can serve you promptly and guarantee art claes prlcelbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky INSURANCER Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLiveStockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyonBonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis count JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm an Also Dealers in Fur siture AlattingaRugs They willexchange Furniture for all Rindeof Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right l STANFORD KENTUCKY J Ca McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Bealer In Harness Saddlery e STANFORD KY Mn Phone lel = borne Phone 6 j 0 FARMERS DEPARTMENT Carlisle will have a big tobacco fair on February 22 J D Eads sold to M J Farris 30 800pound cattle at 3c Sow and pigs for sale good stock T G Bruce Junction City Senator R L Hubbles T M Green won again at Latonia Tuesday- J P Rlffe of the West End bought 36 cattle of various parties at 4Jc John B Foster has sold his crop of about 30000 pounds of tobacco at 15c I The net receipts of the State Fair this year were 19360 an Increase of 6096 over those of last year Dark roan steer weight about 600 pounds is at my place Owner can get him by paying for this notice and his keep S M Brown Stanford K F D No2 E C McWhorter of Paint Lick cold ta Joe Jordan 18 mules and one horse for 2675 C C McClure sold Mr Jordan four mules for 510 and J Wade Walker one for 200 Four black shoats came to my farm six months ago They now weigh about 75 pounds Owner can get them by paying for this notice and their keep K L Tanner McKinney J M McGraw sold 50 barrels of corn to J J Cozatt the Parksville miller at 240 delivered Sheriff Coulter bought 1020pound cattle from J P Riffe of Hustonville at I50Advo cate F Reid was in Stanford attending county court last Morfday lie says the Nuhnelleys have put up one of the finest stock yards In the State and that there was much stock on the mar ket Monday and that trading was lively I The crop reporting board of the De psrtment of Agriculture in a prelim inary report gives the indicated total production of corn for 1909 as 2767 316000 bushels against 2663051000 as finally estimated last year with the quality as 842 per cent as against 869 last year The preliminary estimate of the av erage yield an acre of tobacco is 8077 pounds against 7202 pounds as finally estimated in 1908 A total production of 895184935 pounds is thus indicated against 718061000 pounds as finally es timated in 1908 The quality is 867 per cent against 87 9 per cent in 1908 PREACHERS VILLE The rock crusher is in this vicinity and a lot of muchneeded repairing is being done on the pikes under the capa ble management of Wm Cordier- J R Rigsby bought a sow and pigs of J L Kennedy for 20 W P White sold 33 hogs to B D Holtzclaw at 4Jc J M Lunsford bought of J W Wilson a bunch of hogs at 7c F F Blanken ship sold a mule to W H Cummins for 65An energetic young farmer of Point Leavel Is calling regularly on one of our prettiest young ladies and we have direct information that ere the snow flies and Christmas bells chime he will lead his lady love to Hymens sacred shrineThe school taught by Miss Emma Holtzclaw at this place will close Dec 24 Miss Holtzclaw has taught a good school although the attendance has been small Iva Thompson and Wil liam and Henry Blankenship have been neither absent nor tardy so far this termFado Parks our clever miller had the misfortune to burn both of his hands in boiling linseed oil while repairing wagons It will be some time before he can du manual labor again and we fear dome of our people will have to go without hoecake in the meantimeJohn of Paint Lick visited J M Lunsford and family Miss Lula Sprinkles of Rowland visited her sis ter Mrs L F Thompson Mrs Je mima Lawrence of near Lancaster viiited Mrs J R Rigsby Miss Kath erine Melvin is the attractive guest of Miss Hailie Brown in Garrari Miss Sarah Howard who is teaching the Hobbs school is spoken of in most complimentary terms by both patrons and pupils alike She is especially painstaking with the least advanced pupils each and every child is making good progress in their studies while the deportment of the school is second to none Rills Far of 20 Years The most merciless enemy I had for 20 years1 declares Mrs James Duncan of Haynesvllle Me was Dyspepsia I suffered intensely after eating or drinking and could scarcely aleep After many remedies had fall ed and several doctors gave me up I tried Electric Bitters which cured me completely Now I can eat anything I am 70 years old and am overjoyed to get my health and strength back again For Indigestion Loss of Ap petite Kidney Trouble Lame Back female Complaints Its unequaled Only 50c at Pennys Drug Store Rev W T Williams travelad over 60 miles last Sunday preached three sermons and received 21 into the church which would seem a pretty good Sabbath days work for one who has been in Impaired health Ashland Va Herald Robert P Rout has been appointed postmaster at Marksbury county C To Tell a Horses Age To tell the age ol say hone Inspect the lower jaw ol course The ttx front teed the tile will tell And every doubt and fear dispel Two middle nippers behold Before the u two weekold gumBore ppearFrom panIndropAtgoesAtThe deep black spots will from view At years from the middle two yearsAtclears ilwAloineihlEleynAt time goes on the horsemen know threesidedgrowThey twenty when we know no more WILLIS MORGAN V M D It is the weak nerves that are cry ing out for help Then help them dont drug the stomach or stimulate the Heartor Kidneys That wrong Vitalize these weak inside nerved with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how fast good health will come to you again Test It and see Sold by Pennys Drug Store Though money talks tis safe to bet Whateer it has to say It never has been known as yet To give itself away Succeis Maga zine 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 NOTICE I We ask the patronage of our friends and neighbors for our homegrown nursery stock It Is carefully selectedolean thrifty and well grown Prices are reasonable Ad dress JA McKKK Kings Mountain Lincoln Co Ky J J BELDENI For House and Carriage lailltinglnd Trim minglaperitangluQGunandLocksmithIng J J Batoar Stanford Ky FOR SALE I Will tell a Clothing Shoo and Gents Fur nishing Htore located in the best town In Boyle county A great opportunity for the right man Stock will Invoice about IVU Address M J care Interior Journal Stan ford FOR SALE I Having decided to locate elsewhere I will sell privately my farm at Highland ot 40 acres more or less Improvement good store heuae on place good barn good orch ard i well watered It HBIOIIT Waynusburii Ky Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods I S Hocker President- S T John J McRoberts H C Asst Cashr WWSaunders i Home For Sale InOrBban acre of land Abundant oulbulldliiKI optlon nine months Abundant water of the best variety One third cash and balance in one and two year at s percent DH W M DOOIIK8 Urab Orchard Ky Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of and Granite Monu monts Markers and Posts Cemetery and Lawn Vases and Settees OtHco and works SIo Kinney K- yStock of Merchandise for SaleII desire to tell privately my tock of Oro cerlesnnd Hardvrnre Ifolnz a good bust ness Will invoice about I1KW Reason III health OEO D HOPPER Stanford Ky Dr Willis Morgan Veterinary Surgeon A Dentist KentucXy W 1 Liverytiara GaB PRUITT Moroland Kontucky New Fall Line Millinery now in Also Pew Furniture coming in nl most PnuiTT Ky REWARD Having suffered considerable annoyance gatelatchesmy gates on the county road that runs through my farm have concluded to over a reward for Information to the conviction of such person or persons I will therefore give the sum of fY for Infor mellon leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties that have broken the latches on any of my satesor that have sawed down or torn down any ot my gates on the county road which runs trom the Huitonvllle turnpike to the turnpike through my farm and I give leadingtoparties who In the future commit any of the share offenses Augustlisle HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In the United States have not heard of the Oourler Journal i Democratic In all things fair In all things clean In all things It Is 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can get it 5 w H U HIGG1NSJ the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5OOOOOO Surplus 4000000 Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT WM BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH- H CCARPENTERBODKKEEPERHVVS DlRKOTORS J B flanforJJohnkin TraylorpilbertsH Cummins Preacberaville Lilburn Gooch GilbcrU Creek Stoves and Ranges 1 irJust received a large and well se tlRange GEORGE FARRIS Stanford LOW ROUNDTRIP HOMESEEKERS FARES TO The West Southwest and Northwest VIA TRAINS DAILY 2 t 12 Louis TO WITHOUT CHANGE 2 ST ITOI eachMonth t