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I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I A fOL XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 15 1909 NO 76f IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES appointedtvice J T Hlck resigned Sheriff Broaddus arrested Charles Dade in Madison on a warrant from I Dell county charging houae burning State Troops are guarding the Somerset Jail to prevent the Ivndhlng of i James Pierce and son Walter who killed Taylor Sullivan on election day John Uowscy son of George Howsey who was killed near Junction City many years ago was killed by a falling I tree while coon hunting near Parks vllle S H Urinton of Lebanon and II T Gratz of Louisville have been in Dan villc figuring on establishing An auto mobile line between that place and Junction City and also another line be tween Danville and Lancaster In the Derby trial of fox bounds at Lawrenceburg Jack P Chlnna Sal was awarded the cup for speed and driving Sal came first Mr Chlnns Lady sec ond and R H Crooks Whit Lewis third In hunting and trailing Whit I third Lewis was first Sal second and Lady In accord with ita plan to provide fifty counties with adequate warehouse facilities tho Burley Tobacco and Insur anco Company approved conditionally the purchase of tho Benta Warehouse at Harrodsburg with a capacity of 1 000000 pounds tho purchase of two acres of ground at Lawrenceburg and five acres at Mt Sterling Fred Lake a Mercer county convict was pardoned and tho figure 13 seems to control overt important event In his I life lie was born on the 13th was ac- cusedHI of committing an assault on his Itallterinlaw on the 13th was arrested on tried and convicted on the 13lh sentenced to lyoarsln the pen- Itentiary was peniten I tlary on the 13th was pardoned on the 13th and he Is the 13th child of his par sits When ho was released the mon ey at the penitentiary awaiting for him amounted to 1313 County Judge Ford of Garrard who was In the city last night told a Ga acttc reporter that tho statement printed In tho Herald in n dispatch from Frankfort that owing to tho fact that Auditor James had discovered that he had been drawing money for idiots that were dead ho would try to escape prosecution by not qualifying for a second term to which he was recently elected Is not true Judge Ford has been out of the State for several days and hn J no Information of the matter until he came to Lexington Ho positively con tradicted the statement and said that he would qualify as surely as he lived till Jan 1 Auditor James has done allY ho can in tho matter growing out of the misunderstanding and the judgee said that he did not intend to be bluff ed by him or anyone else Judge Ford is a democrat and says no republican ahall ever hold the office to which the people laded him Lexington Ga jtctte CHURCH MATTERS Rev S M Logan of Wilmoro Is en gaged In a revival at Munfordsvllle The topic for prayer meeting at the Methodist church Thursday night is Love Greater Than Almsgiving if Bring your Bibles Pastor Hcv J T Hosklns of Elkton preached two excellent sermons at the Baptist church Sunday The congrega tion was greatly pleased with him Tho Memphis Conference of the Methodist Church South In session at Greenfield Tenn accepted tho invi tation of tho Broadway Methodist church to meet in Paducah next year Rev D M Walker is conducting an Interesting meeting at Mt Xenia which will continue through the week if not longer Thero have been eight and a general awakening of tfconfesslone members Into Exile x of Glen Oak OkU r was an exile from homo Mountain I air ho thought would cure a frlghtfu lung racking cough that baddcfled aUI remedies for two years After six i months he returned death dogging his stepsIIThen I began tousoDr Kings New DIscovery ho writes 118nd otter taking six bottles I am as woll as ever It saves thousands yearly from desperate lung diseases Infal llblb for Coughs and ColJs it dispels Iloarsoncs and Sore Throat Cures Grip Bronchitis Hemorrhages Asth ma Croup Whooping Cough OcI and 31 trial bottle free guaranteed Pennys Drug Store The Deacon Mr Skinner you put- a bad quarter in the collection yesterday Mr SkinnerYes sir but you must admitit was a pretty bum sermon too T m Penny says Hyorael is so pleas antto use Just breathe J In and euro catarrh by killing the germs Outfit including V inhaler only II Money back If it does not cure t- p HUSTONVILLE Mrs Bella Floyd pfMt Salem has a severe case of grip Hudson Bohon is visiting his sister Mrs Jeffers in Louisville Bird hunters galoro are hero to Invade the sacred precincts of Casey Pitts burg Pa and even New York havo representatives in the crowd THe Hustonvllle Hunting and Fishing Club left Monday for their two weeks outing on the banks of Green river Thero are several invited guests from Danville Covington and Cincinnati boo sides Frank Rohan of Erlanger and Charles Codytpf Detroit Mich Miss Lula Mae Bruce of Danville Is a guest of the Misses Acorn Mrs J W Hughes of Frankfurt who has a fine soprano voice rendered a sole at the morning jervico at the Christian church in a roost impressive manner She is tho guest of her sister Miss Lu la Cochran at Hotel Weatherford Sam Montgomery and Miss Stella Hubble the accomplished teacher of McKinney were married recently Leo Llnthlcum adopted son of the late J W Llnthlcum and Miss Eliza Brackett wore married Nov 6 by Rev John Ma son and are happily keeping house In the lato home of his father The bride is from Garrard county whero she has many friends John Purdom who manages tho loose leaf tobacco warehouse at Moreland reports having bought half a million pounds at prices at 8 to 14c Tho market has not fairly opened yet but it Is no unusual light to see a dozen wagons standing in front of his place waiting to be inspeeted Several million pounds will como In from Casey and Russell counties by Jan lilt Engineer Matt Horton who runs a train between Frankfort and Paris proved himself a hero last week Be twecn Georgetown and Frankfort there Is a high trestle As his train approached this trestle Horton discovered that tho rear wheels of his engine were off the track and that unless ho stopped the train his engine would go off tho bridge With great courage he reversed his engine and stuck to his post Tho fireman jumped but Horton knowing the safety of the passengers depended upon him staid with his engine and thus averted a disastrous wreck MrI Carnegie could not bestow a medal on a more worthy man than Matt Horton Ho is wellknown In this section hav ing married a daughter of Col Jim McWhorter of Mlddlcburg several years ago Mr Bright on Isaac Hubbards Rel ic The relic of pioneer times shown me by Mr Isaac Hubbard and in relation to the locality of the finding and time of entering the land on which It was found I find the following facts from the records of tho Lincoln county clerks office That on March 21 1781 Daniel McCormack entered 750 acres of land lying on both sides of the Hanging Fork of Dicks river and adjoining the lands of tho settlement of Isaac Shelby and on tho old trace from Big Flat Lick on tol Benjamin Logan to Knob Lick which was Isaac Shelbys settlement Isaac Shelby was tho first surveyor for the Henderson Land Company after wards tho Transylvania Land Co He surveyed thelands of his settlement as surveyor for tho Henderson Land Co in 1775 Daniel McCormack gave 250 acres of too entry of 760 acres on the West end to William McCormack That Is tho tract this cup was found on I do not think this was used for a drinking cup but after over all tho equipment of a Kentucky hunter of that day I find the gun was Indispen sable and as they used the old flintlock he had to have a supply of flints to operate his gun They could not be car ried looso in his shot pouch so the cup was made to carry the flints and it slip ped Into a buckskin sack and then IntoI tho breast pocket of his hunting shirt As Capt Dick afriendly Indian Dicks river takes its name from this Indian remarked on an occasion when ho and one of the longhuntera were together and a fine large buck stepped Into an open place DIck saw it first He had the right of tho first shot and ho raised his gun His flint being out of fix it did not strike fire The white man fired and killed the deer when Dick said Indians gun no fire no shoot white mans gun heap fire big shoot JOIN BRIGHT SR Health Colic is tho cleverest imitation of real coffee ever yet madet Dr Shoop created it from pure parch ed grains malt nuts etc Fine in flavor Is made in just ono minute No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Sample free Pennys Drug Store Hugh McIntosh tho fight promoter has cabled an offer of a of 576 1 000 for the battle between lames J Jeffries and Jack Johnson The purse probably is offered with the expectation of holding the fight in the Olympiaf London ra i- J NEWS NOTES A driving snow storm fell iin North ern Nebraska Friday afternoon State University defeated JUTransyl vanla 77 to 0 at LexingtonjJSaturday Tenny once a great race horse died at tho farm of David Tenny Pulsifer in New York The head waiter at Delmonicos in Now York has just died leaving an es tatu of 500000 Maj E W Hawkins aged 95Jyeart thn oldest lawyer in Kentucky died at his homo In Newport Frank Czolejrolr brother ofJltho an archist who killed president McKinley Is dead at Aberdeen Wash Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia recently declared that football as played in America is barbarous Itayrnond Patterson for many years head of the Washington bureau of the Chicago Tribune is dead In Washington city Edward HofT a farmer confessedat Indianapolis that he pushed his wife off a bridge The body was recently found In White river Tilden Blanton and Aahford Joseph who killed Demosthenes Noble in Breathitt county on election day were granted bail in 5000 each Walker Kennedy for years editorial writer of the Commercial Appeal and one of the most wldly known newspapermen of tho South died suddenly at MemphisBy explosion in the Hagley yard of the Du pont Powder Co near Wil mington Del threo men were killed and several injured Two mills were destroyedA eyed suffragette armed with to horse whip attacked Winston Spen cer Churchill at Bristol England and It was only after a struggle that she was restrained Tho hurricane that swept over Hayti wrought immense damage tho extent of which It Is u yet impossible to determine but up to the present no new has been rceived of any serious loss of lifeIAlbert Steenstra of Grand Rapids Mich was found dead In bed at a hOe tel at Vevay Ind with his skull crush ed lie died an hour later Edward Kincaid Is in jail charged with the mur derExplosion and fire under circumstances identical with those of the Brooklyn cpmb factory fire of Monday in which nine persons perished cost the lives of two employes of a comb factory in Manhattan Thursday Nine persons were injured The immense plant of the Union Distilling Company known as the Edge mont Springs Diatilleryj at Carthage a suburb of was almost destroyed by fire The loss is estimated at between 250000 and 300000 fully covered by insurance Will James a Negro who partially confessed to the murder of Miss Annie Pelley at Cairo III was hanged to tho public arch in that city by a mob of 10000 persons James body was rid dled by bullets and afterward burned at tho scene of the murder The Detroit United Railway accede- conditionally to the city s demand of 300 a day for the use of streets upon which franchises are said to have expired Sunday The company specifies that it waives no rights and that the city waives none as far as an ultimate readjustment Is concerned Secretary of the Treasury MacVeagh has como out with tho flat statement that not only will he probe to the bottom the scandal growing out of the frauds committed in the Now York cus tom house by tho eo called Sugar Trust and Its agents but ho proposes to renovate the entire service Earl Bullock the Kansas boy bandit who one month ago robbed a bank at Eudora and killed a policeman before escaping returned to tho steno of his crime and after shooting the cashier of another bank secured several hundred dollars and made off He was hotly pursued and when capture was immi nent shot himself It is not believed he will recover A youthful companion- was captured Thomas Jefferson Hoal a 17yearold boy caused a reign of terror in New Albany Ind while attempting to rob the Merchants National Bank He shot and instantly killed Garry Fawcett cashier of the constitution and then probably fatally wounded President J K Woodward and a Negro chauffeur Ho was captured and narrowly escaped lynching Hoal now occupies a cell in he Indiana Reformatory A Scolded Boys Shrieks horrified his grandmother Mrs Maria Taylor of Nebo Ky who writes that when all thought he would die Buck Ions Arnica Salve wholly cured him Infallible for Burns Scalds Cuts Corns Wounds Bruises Cures FeI vcrSores Bolls Skin Eruptions Chilblains Chapped Hands Soon routa Plies 2Jc at Pennys Drug- Store I tt IFor Men of Fashion Hart SchaHner iMarx Clothes The most stylish dressers do not dress better in the costliest madetoorder garments than we can dress them in HART SCHAFFNER MARX Clothes And even at very high prices you can not be sure of getting all wool qualityfYou know what youre getting when you get Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes they tell you what the goods are Nothing but all wool fabrics ever get into these goods Its worth while to be sure youd v y H That makes it pay us We sell these clothes for I s the good of our customers as well as for ours v This store is the home of HART SCHAFFNER MARX Clothes I fv Suits 20 to 35 Overcoats ISto 25 We carry other wellknown brands from 500 10 1500 J vi Cummins 3c WearenSTANFORD KENTUCKY Notice of Application for Pardon Miller Broaddut who wai cohvlctdd of n felony in the circuit court of Lincoln county nt the Slay term of mid court 1UW will oak the governor for pardon and rellorn ttonto cltleurtUp 81d all who object will nuyowecilunceruIL FRUit In writing A de ratty I I I rl O I 6 ldsaund1 Woos Fctllien Tallow Buwx Cioteof Colden SeaJYdlow Root MayAppl- Wild Ginger eta We are deoUm eutEJcd la 1856Onr LoU ceDlIII1la LoumOSe and on do better for you dug Irate or nanuiaa Dcrcbuti Rcferace air Buk la LownSe Writ lot wally pries 1ut tod itiKUf tqe M Sabftl A Sens 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY i H B NORTHCott a Will Pay the Highest MarketlJPrice for Tur keys Seelhim before selling Call 153 Stanford Ky WJ r 7k o Ltditrr H B Stanford The Interior Journal Eo c WALTON JOHN D WAKEFIELD representing the Cincinnati Enquirer as political selectsithe most formidable candidate the Democrats can run for Governor In 1911 Mr Wakefield is ono of thi most astuto students of political economy in the South and such decision coming from him is worthy of more than passing consideration No man in the State is more fully acquainted with tho short comings of tho Democrats In recent campaigns than Mr Wakefield and no ono more thoroughly realize that the time has arrived when it behooves the Democrats to name men ofr great ability and untarnished integrity for high positions Judge Saufiey is a living exponent of those great principles upon which good government are founded Ho Is an orator with nc superiors and few equals and a man of large experience fitting him admir ably for the discharge of the momen Itourduties of the chief executive II Democrats will nominate men of Judge Saufleys calibre they need have no fear at the polls The Advo cate stands for such men first last and all tho time Advocate IF the oldest Inhabitant ever saw a finer November than the present has so far developed he hasnt been around to tell us of it The last few days have been absolutely incomparable and none has given indication that this is the month of which it was written The melancholy days have come the saddest of the year Tho weather for October seemed to have slipped a cog and rs now making up for bad behavior then THE celebrated trial of Mme Mar Eherita Steinheil at Paris ended with an acquittal after the jury had delib i erated two and one half hours Mme t Steinheil was charged with the murder of her husband and stepmother Mme Japy The announcement of the ver I diet was the cue for a great demonstra tion by thfj crowd in court and 10000 persons massed In the street outside CHARLES 1 STEWART former edito I of the Lexington Evening Gazette pur chased the Enid Okla Morning News From Donald Campbell Mr Stewart t has associated with him a number of Kentucky capitalists He is a splendid f newspaper man and the Kentucky pres s f I gives him up with sincere regret THE election commissioners of Ken ton county gave the certificate of elec tlon to Frank M Tracy democrat who it was at first thought tied with Judge MeD Shaw republican in the race for circuit judge The canvass of the shows that Tracy got 7160 votes an- Shaw 7159 IWILUAM J GAYNOR Mayorelect o fe New York filed a statement with th Secretary of State in which he swears that he did not expend any money i iiaidof his election He did not nwea r as to the amount he had his friends pu f up to make certain his success MAnSE HENRY WATTERSON is back from across the pond Read the Cur ferJournal for whisky editorials from- f now on POLITICAL Judge Thomas J Nunn being with out opposition was declared the Demo cratic nominee for Judge of the Court of Appeals In the First district f Warner E Settle was declared the democratic nominee for judge ot the court of appeals of the Second district at Owensboro He had no opposition Mai C W Longmire makes an noupcement that he will again be a l candidate for SergeantatArms of the A House of Representatives subject to the Democratic caucus Friends of Theodore Roosevelt are preparing to fight an attempt to dis 0 credit the former president who they maintain is to be charged with having protected certain trusts If The First district democratic Con gressional committee has been called r to meet in Paducah Dec 1 to fix the time place and manner of nominating Congressw man will have no opposi tion Dr JL C Nell concedes the election 1 of Judge Joseph E Bertram democrat F 8tate Senator of the 16th district by 13 votes but the judge says his major f ity will be close to 100 The republi nearlyrI welcomedl ed the installation of Dr Shanklin as president of Wesleyan University and it at Hartford he participated in the dedi il catory exercises at the now State ar I mory Only one lone Republican elected to r the Senate and he fills out an unexpir ed term and will not be a holdoevr And all this happened just when a cer Lain Repubhean over at the Capitol thought he was getting ready to run for the U S Senate its too bad I Kentucky State Journal S Trtifiient Tah still on the litowUl makesshort excursion from Washing ten on Friday to speak at the convention of the Atlantic Deeper Waterways Association in Norfolk Va On the following day he has promised to ad dress the Negro and Indian students of the Hampton Institute at Hampton VaLincoln county democrats are made of the right sort of stuff They fight furiously and fast among themselves but when the general election rolls around they all plant their mark indeli bly beneath the rooster a fact well at tested by the splendid democratic ma jority shown In the election of Nov 2 AdvocateThe Department has called upon tho Cuban government for information regarding tho new trade treaty between Spain and Cuba reported to have been practically completed Upon the answer may depend the abrogation oftho Cuban reciprocity treaty and the appli cation of maximum duties upon Cuban imports into the United States This and That Luther Evans accidentally killed his brother Leonard while carelessly handling a shot gun at Williamstown Aunt Jano Mack aged 112 years half Indian and half Negro probably the oldest woman in Tennessee is dead at her home at Bristol Tenn Coolly confessing to one murder and 22 robberies all committed In Atlanta since October 1 Frank Brooks a 19 year old Negro was captured there- Augustin E Costello one of the 40 Fenians who sailed from this country on a filibustering expedition in the Er ins Hope in 1867 died fn New York 00nJohn who claims to be the youngest fortyniner who ever left Missouri in quest 6f gold in the far West claims to bave been born in Lin coin county Ky in May 1838 Brbttghton Brandenburg charged With enticing James Shepherd Cabanne Jr from his homo inSt Louts was- fouadgnilty in the Criminal Court and sentenced to pay a fine of b500 Three foreigners were burned to death five others were seriously in jured and twelve others were hurt in a fire in a Pittsburg lodging house Dan A Stuart one of the most noted sporting men in America died at his home in New York Saturday from Brights disease Stuart promoted the famous Corbett FitzsImmons prize tight at Carson City He also ran the largest I gambling house in Hot Springs for years The lives of 460 men were sacrificed in an explosion in the mines of the St Paul Coal Company at Cherry III But 25 men escaped after the disaster and six men who went to the rescue of their entombed friends lost their lives in a futile effort The mine has been seal flamesdLabor Sunday is a suggestion laid before the American Federation of La bor in a resolution introduced by Secretary Frank Morrison at Toronto firstnSunday in September of each year as oftAmerica devote some part of the day to a presentation of tho labor ques tion MATRIMONIAL A four day bridegroom of New York deserted his bride because she asked him to button her shoes Wallace Surber 24 nnd Miss Gertie Wheeler 23 were married at Chest nut Ridge church Sunday John Stewart formerly of Rockcas tie but now of Madison was married last week to Miss Julia Brandenburg of BereaKr E C Kilburn a prominent stock trader of West Virginia and Miss Bettie Haley of Rowland were united in marriage Saturday after noon at Mr J CHayes Eld J T Livingston officiating The wedding of Miss Suzanne Hen ping the Kentucky heiress and Antoine Marquis de Charette of Paris in Our Ladys chapel in St Patricks Cathedral was one of the most elaborately celebrated of the international marriages that have taken place of recent years in New York- Theodore Reynolds one of Wayne burgs prominent merchants was married at Supt Garland Singletons by that gentleman Saturday to Miss Vir gee Singleton the pretty and popular daughter of Mr WR Singleton also of Wayne burg The I J extends its heartiest congratulations to the happy pairThere is a married couple visiting this town which for light weight and youthfulness takes the cake The hiss band is 24 years old and weighs 108 pounds and the wife is 13 years old and weIghs 65 pounds She wears short dresses and every act is that of a little child They have been married five months and appear as happy as any couple could boHazel Green Herald Young Girls Are Victims of headache as well as older women but all get quick toilet and prompt cure from Dr Kings New Life Pills the worlds best remedy for sick and purebloodup your health Try them 25o at Pennys Drug Store can ck ou1hllRemedynothing unsafe or harsh Mold by Pennys DrugStore J William Jennings Bryan will visit South America this winter and then tour Europe FOR SALE Htdck Dry bate Notions Groeerle- eIpnltareflnwnre io about HMW loIng fair Ltbernl terms 0 iHAIUUB Grab Orchard Ky FOR RENT I For 1910 my farmofe2acresatIrabOrch IIrd 1110 10 acres of flue tobacco land tml nnco for corn meadow andpn stun For further Information cull on J ward Moore dereoatllleliCIIAH1tHINltTON FARM FOR RENT I dfy farm of 100 ami W of w Jilch Ii cleAred- land It for rent privately I acres are towed In ran remainder for cultivation corn and tobacco on sbaret In Grndw1 S hoot dlRtrlct lies dwelling ot ilx rooms two tone chimneys two Urn places stock burn and Rnd other ou build tags W M MUHiHT Klngi MountnlnKy i Fruit And Orhamwifal Tread I FvegthingforOrchantLawn nn Oar No Agentse H F HlltlNMEYER SON- SLekington Ky PUBLIC SALE O- FShorthorn Cattle 1 At GLENBURNIE on TUESDAY NOV 23 1009 Convey ancca both at Stanford and C Free of Charge for parties coming from distance Lunch served at 1l Oclock Sale begins at 1 i M H P HAWKINS Stanford Ky R R No2 POSTED1 whose names appear below strictly forbid huntloKltlhlnll ur kInd of Ire I patting on our places and wild prosecute vi I olatort to the full extent ot the law Mill Mattle llewet Relchenbach Ilroi Fred Uaumann AT Traylor Lllburn Oooch N H Plummer Will Hester It C Nunnelley- J W Hausnman J W IVck JBBruce David Stevens John Oamenlscb WmOordler UnnTra lor ii U Elmore UotllbOllck Fred Handorf- J J Thompson MAnderton J KMoeer Mrand Mra Jat II Ends A Kluata Mrs N Jllorlon J1 Elliott InOeolJogln W 1U Dougherty Frank Conllt Rev Father Leo DrnO IVrr- yHWGalnet H II lUughman- Uriah Albright A D Mr Margaret Uoocb Jacob Oanter Geo O Glveni W II Traylor Ham Uobertt John Jufer Amend Bchaofer M J Hot mann ET Bentlry A It Matheny L H Gnrner Mrt JU Owtley FAltRleHJOHundley H ITOrow M nNanafefGood OK McClure Anderlon CArr Anton Itonecker WI ribbon Jot VonOrtienlgai T Mrs Kate Ador =loOlotzin Ilebeccn K Carpenter W Kopntt M Y lAwrence John H Lee D Hevlert Christian Jacob Tom Kerrtll W W lltman Fre t Iayk Alex Cooper J NevIn carter- E B Denham Mrs W GWelch HOAndenon W DOoocb UUI fetish T A Rlre Reuben Ourtli Chris Cnmonlich James Smith TlntleyBpoonarnon V W Carter A L Carter H W Galnet W1Ortmes J L Iloltxclaw W 31 Fields R KGclnet Bring Your Printing To The J iNTERIOR I JOURlST Li 1 Office S Best Work Lowest V Prices Auctioneer 1 I on r my services to the people of Lin coin count ai an anctlonrar Hatlufnctlon guaranteed H WMcWllllltItUl- OIIIIOd Kylt H U No I Creditors Notice I Allortdltortof the Huotlngton Produce A Feed Huntington W Vn are hereby notlard to plnt tbelr claims against tald concern proven at provided by law to the undersigned their office in Uuruildo Ky within 00 days from tLel date hrrrot LOVETTAKVANHAMlenwttI Dated at Burntlde Ky Hept 001101 NOTICEI The Farmers Co ot tawrenccburs hat placed Kureka Tonic on inle at L Nan hers Crab Orchard and J 1 Horton Stan ford This tonic It to t taken In n half wine to A wine glatt full three times a day It U prescribed by the bolt pbyslelans n the to Cure toniach liver and kidney troubles Will he will on the streets here next county court day Oct 11 by their salesman Dr H JUauldy MASONS MEET 0Lincoln IxxJire No ItA M will meet in stated commuulcatlon on etch nrtt and third Monday nights of each mouth nt TUjl oclock In their hall on main itrr et Htau ford Ky Membvrtuf e are fra ternal r invited to be presentT W Ten nlngton Sec S D CARTER Now Liven Dopot Street Phone 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEEBING Ilamprepamltodoallklndtof turreylne My toy are red lonnble Write me at call me over the telephone through the Ilnitonvllle Exchange WALfErt McKINNEY FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I Anne blue grata farm for tale situated on tke near Point Lvavell and six mlletsouth of Lancaster containing aw acres well located In good neighborhood living part of the John Walker a blind tome new twottory seven room residence thereon with ell necessary outbulldtngand good new tarn 40xeo Well watered ilx never fitlllng springs and creek running lb Tansta3 cash In hand blanco ono and two year trout dar of sale brarlllil six per paid1oriont place write or tee WO WALaalt Stanfo- rdNOTICE I Insure your Tobac co and Tobacco Barns in the West End In surance Agency Get your policies written right in a good com pany by W J CAMpBELL Hustonvillc I- CyRheumatisffi I nfonhtvnediatdha can mt wm MnfaheB 1M padalrroBnlItlIe cSplor dise- aseDarriIfo the atr01c1 theLsitiagr which Dr Bbeopt rlnmAUO Rtnedr n Uble pretorlptlon Without manymanlorndyauesn eurable asM much dreaded dlteaM Tho4t tamUlke granular wattet found InRheUJDaUqBIOO MoatodlHolr and pus ewer th this mtd u freely at dose when added to pure water And iken whendlMOlTtd these poisonous wastes fIMlTpa from the mtem and ttw C UM of RheviMtm U rope forever There U now 110 real needno actual excuse to seas loom with oW help Ve Mil sad In oMfldeaee woosaansd Dr Shoopvs Rheumatic Remedy PENNYS DRUG STORE E 5iIII t ier lit 0 Er z O t ltTj W tJ en o c r tj t E- hi 1t- o p gaj Iiu g Cden tj I OCij conrJ ll o 1ma M ra pI gt cp 11 f O tU r = Ml tJOJa o W 1- ff 9 w MftS i S 1 UNDERIVE R La ++++ tt A Nothing a man wears is more necessary or should be more particular in selecting than his Underwearfo- rWinter The ever ready and popular 50 cent garment we always carry in both fleec ed and ribbed Wrights Wool fleeced 0 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 H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY G L Peony R H Coffey E R Coleman hnot r t The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil Is a most andStrengthPersistent Coughs andColds i Sold under a Guaran tee at PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky J Special Suit Offer i I j Wo have made uspecial prico on a number of18 to 822 Tailor Suits for rcmnindei of November of only 15 LooK at these before you buy z 1JII r ry9 SEVERANCE c SON STANFORD KY 4The Interior STANFORD KY Nov 1C 1900 SOME great bargains in txfe paper aroI being closed out to make room for new stocet Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS MR J B BRYAN Is sick MRs It P STEPHENS is qulto licktMRS ANSEL BAUOH continues quite sickMRS GEO P BRIGHT continues quite alek J F CUMMINS was In Louisville Sunday JT MENBFEE is at home from Louisville I Misq ALICE BEAZLEY has been India I posed for a week WALTBR SINGLETON Is threatened with typhoid fever MR T D RANBY was in Livingston I on bwliwos Friday Miss MARIE MAHONY is with Mrs W D Penny in Boyle EVBRKTT STONB ie up from Louts I J villa with the homefolks Ri B WOODS made a business trip to Mt Sterling Saturday Mns JOHN CUMMINS of Crab Orch ard is with Mrs J F Cummins I Miss PEARL COLLIER of Crab Orchard is with friends in Lancaster Miss SUSAN FISHER WOODS is visit log Mr R S Putnam in Lebanon MESDAMES L II AND W T STONE visited Lancaster relatives Saturday Misa M S LOGAN orders her paper changed from Hustonville to Paducah Mine OLIVIA BALDWIN of Richmond is the guest of her sister Mrs W II ShanksMisa CORA NUNNELLEY is at home from Bourbon College Paris quite sickMiss OPHELIA LACKEY of Crab Orchard was the guest of the Muse A com ill I M Bnuce has rented the property of Nunnelley Bros on Logan Avenue Mss J M MOUNTof Rocky Mount r N C arrived Saturday to visit the homofolks DR W B PENNY of Boyle Is spending a few days at Mr David Scotts hunting quail MRS W K WARNER and Itttlo son I Lewis spent several days with her par enta in Garrard MR A E GIBBONS and wife of Danville visited Mr and Mr W T Smith Sunday SENATOR It L HUDDLE and lion J M Alvereon were in Louisville Satur day and Sunday JUDGE JAMES P BAILEY spent soy eral days with his son Mr J C Bailey at Crab Orchard NKWB comes from Lexington that Mr 8 P Stage is suffering greatly with rheumatism MRS CLAUDE PENNYBACKER and children of Danville have been guests of Mrs AC Hill MBBDAMBB s M AND L B OWNS are vWltefC their sisUr Mrs Mac Fair in Chattaaeoga Miss BELL PERKINS of Garrard i pent several days with her dauiht r Mrs J Co Eubanks MESSRS JAMES DUDDBRAB and S M Owens of McKinney spent Sunday with Mr W II Traylor W E MOW of Lancaster writes to have his paper changed to Franklinton r N a until further orders MR JOE F PETTUB and family of Springfield passed through to the East End Saturday to visit relatives- L WEAKEN HUGHES is visiting hta alter Mrs E T Carter at Evansville Ind Be will hunt some while away MR R C SAtJFLEY wife and brother in law Mr Rpbln8ontof spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J C McClaryMiss SustETiloMP90N has returned from a months visit to Misa Clara Kennedy at Oklahoma CltyMt Ver non Signal MR J JMYERSand family of Mar callus Garrard county spent Sunday with his father Mr Lovi Myers continues ill MR JosiiUAlD SWOPE circuit clerk elect of Lincoln county was here Tues day to consult Dr J M OwensSomI erset Times Mns B CHANCELLOR and Mr B C Sandldge have returned from a visit t Mr ftfc airs M E Prultt at Burhaide Little Mite Elizabeth Pruitt returned with them r Miss MARY E JARVIS is quite sick MR AND MRS LOVELL and Miss Lil lie Martin aro visiting Mrs Molllo Martin at Somerset Miss ANNIE McKINNEY was ill sever al days lost week and Miss Dollio Mc Roberts taught her grade at the Col building LOCALS FOR nice holiday presents go to Mueller Jewelry store GALVANI at Walton Opera House Tuesday night FOR presents that aro beautiful and lasting go to W li Mueller IF you have property to sell or want to buy see L R Hughes the real es man GALVANIS Hypnotic Co at Waltons I Opera House tonight Dont fail to go and see wonders performed IWANTED to buy a good Lincoln conn ty farm of the value of 20000 to E30 000 Address Lock Box 204 Stanford Ky READ the advertisement I of Murphy iActon the uptodate Kings Moun taro merchants Something of Interest to you I I CENTRAL UNIVERSITY defeated Georgetown College 32 to 0 in a game of foot ball at Danville Saturday after noon J B SAUTAIN rrver on Rural Routo No4 started out Saturday in a new wagon which is a marvel of con venience and comfort rFOR SALE Beautiful fiveroom cot toga garden barn lot and barn on Lo gan avenue Price and terms to suit purchaser Cicero Reynolds MR J II SworE formerly of this county is an applicant for tho post mastership of Danville Wo hope the clover old republican will get itJ TALK with me before buying a typewriter and see sample at my home T A Brackctt local agent for Standard Typewriter Exchange New York r liON J M ALVERSON of Stanford is a candidate for assistant clerk of the Senate He is a good man for the place and will doubtless be elected Advo cate 0 COL W LANHAM formerly of this place lint now of Chicago has been granted a patent on his corn planter which he has been working on for years TUB four Galvania shojv at Walton Opera House this Tuesday night aro lOc for children under 10 years 2Cc for gallery 30 and We fo adults TIlE ladies of the Christian church at Moreland will give a bazaar in the Hunn Coffey hall Nov 20th at 1030 A M Ices served from six to eight thirty P M Admission 25c r TilE younger set gave an enjoyable hop at Waltons Opera House Fri okf some of the youngsters to perform In public and the scene at times was rather amusing MESSRS KLTANNER aged SO James Goocb 87 Reuben Williams 85 James Dudderar 90 and L B Nunnel ley 87voted at McKinney in the gen eral election and all voted democratic This combined age Ie 429 years ACTING Gov Cox haa offered a re ward of b1W for the arrest and convic tion of the person or persons who fed Paris green to Mr W G Cowans cat tie and killed 20 or more of them Seems to us it is a rather small reward for so serious a crime CHANGE OF 22 the Louis villabound afternoon passenger now gets hero at 545 Instead of 627 No 23 the through passenger from Louis ville arrives 18 minutes earlier or 1045 A M No 27 the local passenger from Louisville arrives 15 minutes earlier- or 1032 A M There is no change in the other trains PBOF GALVANIS perilous carriage drive mindreading test Watch for his startling and dangerous blindfolded carriage drive this afternoon at 230 oclock starting from the window subject is sleeping He will heois blindfolded at breakneck speed and locate various article which will be I hidden by yonr staunch citizeaa i ThE turkey crop in Southern Ken tucky Is the largest in years and tbat festive bird is a drag at lie THERE will be a pie supper at the Goshen church Friday night Go and help yourself to delicious pies RIFFR theM noy produce dealers shipped out a carload of turkeys last week they bought at 12c Ion footTnc Ladles Aid Society of the Ban tist church will have an exchange Dec 22 Black cake and fancy articles will be sold THOSS who fall to their taxes in tho Crab Orchard graded school district by Dec 1 will be advertised Geo W Bronaugh Treasurer FOR SALE Thoroughbred Bronze Turkeys Pekin Drakes and White Wy andotte Cockerels Mrs James N Cash Tumersville Phono No 092 FARM FOR SAL116acro farm on Dix river four miles North of Stanford and near Hubble Improvements fairly good and splendid new barn J F Rlgney Son Stanford MRS MAHAN DW Mohan the wellknown drummer died in Dan vUle of paralysis Sunday night She was Miss Lula D Slaughter and was a most excellent young woman 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 end soy eral cone pulleys Will go cheap if sold at once INTERIOR JOURNAL office Stanford Ky Tim court of appeals decided that it is not a violation of the prohibition law to sell a malt beverage containing less than two per cent of alcohol but it MUST NOT DC INTOXICATING In Other words therejs no law against selling nonintoxlcating drinks but there is a law against selling some of the decoc tions that were bartered in many places in this section until a few weeks ago SENATOR R L HUBBLUS majority in this district is 337 Jason Wesley roo calving 472 majority in Casey Senator Hubbles victory is one of the most re markable In tho State the district last year going 720 republican When it comes to running tho Senator is therewith the goods We congratulate him on his splendid race and are sure that he will look after the interests of people of his district carefully an faithfully A CINCINNATI whisky house offers to send us a gallon of booze a month if W orf wares n this dry section but the I J long since cut out whisky advertisements Lincoln county people have said in thundering tones that they dont want whisky and this paper is democratic in every way and submits to the will of the majority i e if it deems that the majority is on the right side WlLUS News of the death of Heat Willis which occurred at St Marys Hospital StLouis Saturday night cast a gloom over Crab Orchard and expressions of regret aro heard from every lip Ho was ill at the hospital pneumonia having developed and his condition became so serious that his parents Capt and Mrs J B Willis were called to his bedside more than a week ago All that could be done was done for him but he lost ground eons mUy Heath was 23 years old and the picture of physical manhood He was a member of the Christian churcb and his cheerful disposition kind heart and gentlemanly bearing won for him the love and respect of all who knew him He was generous to a fault and was nevcr o happy as when doing a favor for a friend or acquaintance The devotion of parents and son was beautiful and the death of the boy just in the prime of life is a blow to fatherand mother that only the All Wise being can help them bear up under Heath went to St Louis about 18 months ago and accepted a position with the Terminal Co which placo he held until his death The funeral services and burial will take place at Richmond Wednesday morning The deepest of legion of friends goes out to Ca tandrMrs Willis in their great sorrow May He who doeth all things well comfort and thoItarke e New New I 1 V A Mercerized Apeman a new wash fabric looks like silk fears betterf Black Navy Aliqe Rose tireeri flelio Special price 39c v ic If I I Journal Harrdsburg TIMENo cheerfully sympathy READ Tribble Pcncesadtt in this issue NEXT month is Xmas see the line of W H Mueller the jewelerC- nnYQANTIIEMUms at 50c per dozen with vines Ed Hubbard Stanford J L WEST of Garrard Is buying and receiving tobacco at McKinney SEE thehypnotist at Wal tons Opera House this Tuesday night IF you are looking foroysters and celery go to J D Hortons restaurant GALVANI hypnotist at Waltons Opera House tonight Guaranteed at traction You can get all the ingredients for that Thanksgiving black cake at G D Hoppers FOR RENTHarrlahouse Logan Avenue for 1910 Possession given at once A T Nunnelley TilE Ladies Aid Socie of the Chris tian church will meet at the church at 230 Saturday afternoon FROM Cummins Wearens window Prof Galvani will make his dangerous blindfolded drive this afternoon At night at Waltons Opera House DUMMY I colored was struck by a freight engine Sunday night and received several scalp wounds As he was out on the street yesterday morning we presume be is not serious ly hurt TIlE Danville tbalms team phoned at the 11th hour that it would not be able to fill its engagement with the High School eleven here Friday after noon Fear of defeat no doubt inspired the message DONT forget the bazaar to be given on Saturday Dec 11 by the ladies of the Presbyterian church They will have on sale many homemade novelties for Christmas Colonial rugs aprons and cakes salads dressed fowls etc Do those who havecharge of the Stanford Graded School grounds think they are appealing to the aesthetic senses of their pupils by keeping those grounds littered with loose papers 7 It occurs to us that a child may be taught to appreciate the beautiful by example fully as well as by precept THE electric lights were turned on generalda a belt split and now we are in darkness again as far as the Incandescents are nearotearing up and made a narrow escape for Manager Frank Rout and several of his assistants NOTE that the court of appeals lave that the near beer or other decoc tions sold in prohibition territory must not be intoxicating Lincoln county is in prohibition territory and the man who sells intoxicating drinks is liable to be heavily fined and imprisoned thehsufficient MRS WSHANKSsaves delightful dinner Saturday evening in honor of Mrs Samuel Walton Severance of Louisville Covers were laid for a round dozen and all were present and greatly enjoyed tho hospitality of the charming hostess The delicious refreshments were furnished by Benedict of Louis ville Miss Olivia Baldwin of Madi son sister of Mrs Shanks assisted her In entertaining hasBUSTER BROWN como and gone but he is not forgotten The children gave him a regular ovation and ho in turn gave our people a very unique and enjoyable entertainment Waltons Opera House was crowded Saturday afternoon and the splendid advertise ment he gave the Brown shoes sold by Cummins Wearen will make that brand go even faster than It now does Buster Brown was accom panied by his mother who made the music arts his famous dog Tige who helped in the very creditable perform anco The bright little fellow was the guest of Master Lynn Pence during his stay here Tho little Candy Cold Cure Cablets called Preventlc8 will in a few hours safely check in poise or LaGrppe TrY themi 499fe 8014 by Fannys Drugstore r I L R Hughes T W 0 Martin sITS 1 LADIES TO t We have just received line of Ladies nnd Misses Suit idCloaks also Childrens Coats Ladies Suits from 8750 to 820 Misses and Ladies Coats fr mS350 t6 81350 Childrens Coats from 175 to 8350 We invite your inspectionnc 1fcx- t 4 v Dont forget that wn represent two of the best tailoring con terns in tho country for men rind guarantee fit quality price dI HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY BOILED DOWNt- All Advertising is an invitation to come and buy BUT THERES a whole lot of difference in it anyhow OUR FALL STOCK is here to show and the buying from it may be an afterthought only if you like our showing Oth erwise we donf want your moneyTHOSE 1500 Suits and those Overcoats and Raihcoats well they telltheir own tale y W K PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky To the Tobacco Growers of Boyle and Adjacent CountiesaI Wo have secured the skating rink building for a salesroom for leaf tobacco in the handand will be ready to begin sales as soon as tobacco is sum cicntly cured for market and will be able to offer you as good market as you will find elsewhere at a reasonable cost We have assurance that buydrs rep resenting the largest manufacturers and dealers in the U Swill be represented in Danville thus insuring tho highest market price to the grower Call and see us before disposing of your tobacco The Waieftousey I GEO COGAR CO Proprietors Danville Ky M G MURPHY J W ACTON Just think of it The person that buys goods on time and pays hi accounts has to pay enough extra to make up for the ones that do not pay or tho merchant has to go out of business Remember we save you money on each purchase Mens extra heavy overalls 94c j mens heavy fleeced under wear 44c per garment a full suit for 88c a full lino of mines nUll ladies underwear 24c up to 49c mens heavy work shirts 40c the best outings any color 9Jc per y nrd heavy Dress Ginghams OJc Apron Ginghams Gnod 7 c 4 patent shoes 353 U vici kidand box calf shoes 353 mens bro Sans 8125 and so on Abuckles coflco 15c a regular 20o bulk coffee 17c lion Bon Baking Powder 4c Arm Hammer Soda 4c keg soda 2 lbs for 5c Capital Matches large box 4c Ohio River Salt 280lb barrel 8150 Dont forget to cull for a copy of our monthly price list on or utter tho 15th of each month MURPHY a ACTONThe Cash Bargain Store Kings Mountain Ky t The Interior Journal Mmtrtd in eM POll OJict B1 Stanford at trnnddatt matter L N TIME TABLE No Y1 Month 11a p X No a Houth ioii A x No J4 North 4io A x No n North 515 p X No IT lOuti A X No W JUO PM JOS S RICE Agent T A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building FARM FOR SALE I The farm of 140 cres of good blue grass kind one mile north of JIcKlnneyon the Btnnloni pike Improvements ond Alto 1 acreresplenty of water land one mile Xait of McKlnney half under fence plenty of water and good tobacco land Heo grow US crop JAalVKN8Agent McKinney Ky Fall and Winter Stock Have your measure taken by a tailor of ox penance Then your clothes whethera low price business suit or the lineal evening clothes will have that Individuality and tit which plainly Indicate they were made to jour measure I will also take your niens era for extra trousers fancy ves soots and overcoats Fall and Winter samples on band ready for your Inspection UOnUPLEYTbeTallorI k CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE 1 can furnish the public with the best as well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of nd bulbs potted flowers on shortoj nonce Also make a specialty of wreaths lor for funeral purpose In connection with the above I have all kinds of vegetables on hand nt reasonable i C- ennitiRTMAV ED GHKEN nOUSESI Inures Tobacco and Tobacco tarn Nothing But Insurance t Jesse D Wearen ii The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 88 Office 03 Insure with me and be fully protected i CONCRETING 1Weore In position to do all kinds of con as Work Pavements fromtf you and guarantee llrHclnu prlcesbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky INSURANCER Insures Tobacco Tobacco J Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado- LifeLiveStockHealthL I and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which r are paid without discount JlBeazleyCo Undei lasers and Embalm l tn Also Dealers in Fur aiture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for GiveTyyyi STANFORD KENTUCKY J Ca McClary n Undertaker Embalmer and Jester InHarnoss Saddlery rrji STANFORD KY ialH Pone1I = home Phone e M FARMERS DEPARTKEHT J L Hutching Boyle bought 100 hogs at 7c- Preeton Beck of Garrard sold four mules for 820 Sow and pigs for sale good stock T G Bruce Junction City J T Freeman of Burglnhaa bought 1800 barrels of corn at 260 Brown 8 Lawson bought of W M Matheny 33 big cattle at 5c The worlds estimated steam power in use today Is 12000000 horsepower 1 W B Croley sheriff of Whitley coun ty has bought a 23000 farm near VersaillesJ sold his crop of Tobacco of 20000 pounds to W P KIncald at 14 and 15c The great mare Hamburg Belle 2012 is dead Her owner had recent ly paid 50000 for her W J Dickensons barn near Tren ton Todd county burned and 2000 pounds of tobacco were consumed Two red sows with one small shoat came to my place about Nov 1 Own er can get them by paying for this notice and their keep D B Tudor Stan ford 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 R F D No2 Directum 205L which set a worlds record for fouryearold trotters in 1893 on the Nashville track died at Savage Minn M W Savage paid 20000 for Directum in 1898 C T Bohon of Lebanon bought of J Wesley Hughes of the West End six yearlings and twoyearold mules for 775 and of Sam M Owens four work mules for tSO W P Kincaid bought of Embry Bros their crop of tobaccoabout 50 030 poundsat 14 l1 and 15c Mr K says this is the best big crop of to bacco he has seen this year Col I M Dunn sold this week to J C Johnstone a bunch of 1000pound cattle at 4c and a bunch of butcher stuff at 3Jc Eugene Pope the Lan caster pike farmer has lost quite a number of fat hogs from choleraAd vocate DANVILLE CouRTThere werd only about 50 cattle on the Danville market but they sold at 2ic for butcher stuff to 4Jc for good yearlings and twoyear old steers My colts ahd aged mules were in demand at high prices The horse market was dull The public sale held at Hedge ville Wednesday by J H Hutchings was largely attended bidding was spirited and good prices prevailed Eight hors es and colts brought from 50 to 180 a yearling mule 140 and milk cows tram 50 to 65 six Jersey heifers from 20 to 50 and 300 shocks of corn from 180 to 2 a shock m the field Hemp in shock brought 19 50 an acreAdvo cateBRGAIN354 acres of good land of which 100 acres is bottom land eight room dwelling two good stock barns new tobacco barp 36x90 ice house buggy house two corn cribs etc two good cisterns the whole farm being well watered well fenced and lays well Will sell as a whole or cut 200 acres with improvements to suit pur chaser which includes 100 acres as fine bottom land as there is in the county This js a bargain See L R Hughes Stanford Ky Rills Her Foe of 20 Years The most merciless enemy I had for 20 years declares Mrs James Duncan of Haynesville Mo was Dyspepsia I suffered intensely after eating or drinking and could scarcely sleep After many remedies had Pall ed and several doctors gavo me up I tried Electric Bitters whleh cured me completely Now I can eat anything I am 70 years old and am overjoyed to get my health and strength back ofApIOnly 60c at Pennys Drug Store Senator Cullomof Illinois wants the Southern Negro disfranchised be cause he thinks that fear of Negro dom ination alone keeps the South solid po litically That may be one reason since Negroes usually vote in a body with the republicans but the South is democratic from principle and so long as certain conditions prevail with the party in power there will be no change in it politically Lexington Gazette petIt Is the weak nerves that are cry ing out for help Then help them dont drug the stomach or stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is wrong Vitalize these weak inside nerves with Dr Snoops Restorative and see how fast good health will come to you again Test It and see Sold by Pennys DrugStore Visitor Can you read the pastI Fortune Teller Certainly Thats my business Then I wish youd tell me what it was my wife told me to get for her Pains of women bead pains or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25o box Sqld by Pennys Drug Store The YalePrinceton football contest Saturday was won by Yale by the score of 17 to 0 TURKEYS FOR SALE 1 Gobblers and hen of the Lnngordon tConger and Owen i Ilarbee train for Thoroughbred bronze Inr a bone nail beau 31asWFD1sHONILIt1Stanfonl FOR SALE 1 Qorer Hotel nt Ornb Orchard also storeroom just across street with post office ml Joining nnd n cottage or ollloo of thre4 rooms All ncccsinry outbuildings MRBOITHTJ8OOVKK Crab Orchard Ky NOTICE We ask the of friends nnd neighbors for our iiomeKrowii nursery stock It Is carefully salected clean thrifty and well grown Price are reasonable Ad dress JAMcKKK Kings Mountain Lincoln Co Ky I J BELDEN for house and Carriage fainting and Trim IangtugGunandLocksmithlug J J BKLDKV Stanford Ky FOR SALE I Will sell n Clothing Shoe and Gents Fur III1I0TIeright man Stock will Involco about iXtU Address MJ core Interior Journal Htan ford FOR SALE I Having decided to locate elsewhere I will sell privately my farm at Highland of 40 acres more or less Improvements good storehouse on place good barn ard well watered J H flurouT- Waynesburg Ky Small Farm For Rent DanvilleAvenueUnfftlllnil cistern and pond large barn good house and outhouses HM Mrs Good LancasterAvenueold HOME FOR SALE I One story cottage of rooms and allnecessary outbuildings Lot contains one roomytarngarden edon stretu1AFARM FOR SALE OR RENT Contains IK acres best tobacco land In tho county lk miles front McKlunoy Will sell or rent Has two dwellings one of four rooms and the other of two rooms Two orchards of nearly 6rt trees Tobacco barn cheapestfarmC R IlKAWN EK McKinney K- yTRIBQLE PENCE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford Kentucky D q nwiddie C CO Huston ville Kyi Undertakers and Embalmers We carry an uptodate line of goods S President John J Cashier H Oi Baughman Asst Cashr WfV Saunders Home For Sale ldCraban acre of land Abundaut outbuildings ohlionnine months Abundant water of the best variety One third cash and balance In pne and two years nt 0 per DHWMDOOREH cent Grab Orchard Ky Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer ofj Marble and Cranlto Monu monts Markers and IOlt Cemetery and Lawn IaKinneyStock of Merchandise for Sale I desire stock of Oro ceries and Hardwarellroin3 n good bUll IteRouIIIOKO D HOPlfitL Stanford Ky Dr Willis Morgan Veterinary Hurgeoii d Dentist Stanford KentucKy Phone XoM Callsansweredpromptlyday LlyeryUllrn Q B UITT MorelandlKentucky New Fall Line Millinery now in Also ftew Furniture coming in al most dailyG Pnuirr REWARDI laving suffered considerable annoyance Iratelatcbesmy gates on the county road that runs through farm have concluded to over n reward for Information leading to the conviction of such person or persons I will the tbu sum of so for Infor mellon leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or turtles that have broken the latches on any of my gatesor that have sawed down or torn down any of my gates on the county road which runs from the 11IItdKllIoturnpikethe saute amount for information leading to the arrest and conviction any party or parties who In the future commit any of the above offenses URUltIitJJ HENRY WATTERSONSPAPER Weekly CourierJournal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOB ONLY 150 Few people in tbe United States have not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all things fair in all things clean In all things it is essed4lly a family paper By special arrangement we are enabled to of fer the WEEKLY CODBIKROCKNAL one aamedIFIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKYI ORGANIZED IN J882- CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICERS- J HockerPresldeotS McRoberts Bookkeeper PR Morcland DIRECTORS F Reid J H Daughraan M D Elmore J M Pettus H C Daugbman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson W D OBannon J S Hocker C E Tate RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Made your homo as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small comparedwith the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Farmer i Lin ratc If you are not at present enjoying t lephone service we KentuckyTenUeesIllinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL TEL CO IMCOBPOHATK1 I I We arc now ready to show you one of tho lent lines of Mens Youths and Childrens Clothes ever IIhownthe people for the lowest prices Also n new and uptodate Huo of Overcoats and Cravnntttcs frotu750 to 820 Good values Conic in and let us show you Am sure you will bo pleated with this lino SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KYi A Full v Stock of Thanksgiving Sup I X plies at u l Ir I r W H HIGG1NS Stanford Kentucky L1 COQ Lincoln County national Bank w Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 4000000 Resources 34000000 3 H SHANKS PRESIDENT WM BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH C HCCARPENTERBOOKKEEPERHYVS DIREOTORSi J B Owsley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Oeo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford T C Ran kin TraylorGilbertsH Gumming Preachersville Lilburn Oooch Gilberts CrcekJe Stoves and Ranges L I Just received a large and well set lected stock of each See our new Range before you buy GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford LOW ROUNDTRIP HOMESEEKERS FARES TO The West Southwest and Northwest VIA 2 TRAINS DAILY 2 J ST Louis TO WITHOUT CHANGE 12 TRAINS DAILY 2 ST LouisWITHOUT CHANGE I Tickets on Sale First and Third Tuesdays In eachMonth Return Limit 2D Days Date of Sale Arranementsfilit A LOUISVILLE KY It ry