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J THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 19 1909IMO 77 LANCASTER Mrs M F Elkin has returned to her homo at Lexington after a several weeks vteit to T S Elkin and family The Tuesday Afternoon Club was graciously entertained by Miss Annie Herndon at her hospitable home on Lexington Avenue The dry goods merchant It S Drown bought the W A Uoaaloy dwelling and largo lot adjoining at the terminus of Water Street for 3500 Victor A Lear Lancasters leading hog dealer bought 76 hogs of Jesse Sanders at 7c anda number from Tay lor Uanoy at the same price Mrs John E Stormes Is the guest of Mrs Arthur Hubbard of Covlngton r Mrs Robert Rogers of London Eng has been a recent visitor of Mrs Banks Hudson The ladles of the Presbyterian membership give a social at tho church on Friday evening at which convivial in tercourso and light refreshments will be the attractions- W S Carrier Garrards democratic assessor elect has rented what is Known as the Judge liurnsldo place on Danvillo Avenue and will move to I town the first of the year Lancaster Is socking leadership in enterprise and growth The Lancaster and Garrard Development Association held Its tint meeting as a permanent organization Tuesday evening i The Methodists will hold a bazaar on Saturday at tho storeroom of R S Brown and all kinds of commodities from aprons and other wearing apparel to pies and cakes will be offered for sale Miss Janie Doty was the cordial hos I tell of tho Chautauqua Circle this week a literary club just organized this Fall and one that has undertaken with enthusiasm a study of Homers immor tal poems Mrs W S Dcaslcy and children of Los Angeles are expected shortly to make n visit to relatives hero and at Stanford Mrs A J McKccs of Clin ton Mo is visiting her mother Mrs J C Hcmphill W U Uurton is again at his place of business here the Burton Sale Stables after having made a trip with a car load of mules and horses to Atlanta and having sold them at good prices for tha firm known as Durton Dros D C Sanders has leased the two story Fisher cottage on Lexington Ave nue for the ensuing year and Mr John Anderson and family who are now occupying it have rented what is known as the Fowlo dwelling for 1910 A six months old child of Mr and Mrs Joslyn of Indiana died at the home of Its grand parents in Lower Garrard and the remains were interred 1In the Lancaster Cemetery The mother died hero at her old homo six months agoThe Christian Bible School the La dies Aid Society and the board of offi cers all organizations of tho Christian membership met Thursday evening at the church and participated in a social conducive to good fellowship and har monious fraternity Mrs John M Mount of Rocky Mount N C is visiting J R Mount and family Mr and Mrs Mount conS template a return to tho Old Ken tucky Home Mr Mount having al ready arranged to go into the hardware business hero with his father and ex pecting to build on a lot adjoining tho Mount residence Mrs W S Elkin of Atlanta Is vis iting here her girlhoods home W E Moss wife and children left Tuesday for a several weeks visit to Raleigh N C Mrs Oakley Burke of Sliver Creek is the guest of Mrs David San dote Willis Pearl and Mrs Pearl of London drovo over from Stanford Sun a + day and spent several hours with Miss Rella Arnold- R I Burton sold 30000 pounds of to bacco to the Lancaster Tobacco Waro house Co at 14Jc Monte Fox of Uoylo delivered 7000 pounds at 14c Wilson Alexander of Lincoln sold the same company 7600 pounds ut 15c W B Patton 35000 pounds at 15c Mrs Re- becca West 30000 pounds at 13Jc 0 T Layton 7500 pounds at 14Jc and Thoa Yantis 10000 pounds at 15c Monday will see a Mg crowd on the streets hero as it is both county and circuit court There are few criminal cases for the November term of court but the civil docket is fuller than us ual The trial of Charles Major and his brotherinlaw Broughton for tho killing of the formers wife Annlo Ma jor on last Christmas Eve near Buena Vista will come up at this term Mrs Lucy Bush and little grand daughter Lavinia Bush havo returned to their home In Clark county after a visit to her son Rev 0 P Bush Mrs W R Burnslde of Barbourvllle is vis sting her mother Mrs W H Kinnaird Mrs Matt Walton of Lexington spent several days with Mrs S H Anderson Mrs H A B who has been visiting her daughter Mrs Jas Stauhton of Covington is now with her eldest daughter Mrs A H Rice at Richmond IndA tJ d Mrs Alexander Kennedy who has been for a fortnight or more in Lexing ton at her former home is again with her daughter Mrs Banks Hudson Mrs Emma flush has returned to Richmond after a visit to Mrs 0 P Bush Miss Mary Jagoo of Cadiz guest of her sisterMrs D W lJrldges1- Mrs Susan Salter who has been a res ident of Lancaster for several years left this week to reside with her nephew John Leo Elkin at the Clemens House in Danville Miss Ellen Ball of this city and Ernest Bohon Campbell of Stanford eloped from this place Tuesday night and were married in Louisville The bride is an unusually handsome girl and tho daughter of tho Widow Dallof this city and sister of Wm Dallof the II M Ballou grocery firm Miss Ball is a pianist of ability and has been one of the organists of the Baptist church since childhood The slogan contest closed Tuesday and the president of the Development Association John M Farm reports a- longI list of competitors for the five dol lars in gold to be given to the one who furnishes the best battle cry for Lan caster and Garrard in tho present Inter state Commercial War The judges in the contest are swell Loulsvillians who will soon decide the matter and make tho award at an earlyf date I George ileaof His Trip to Texas AUSTIN Tex Nov 15 Thinking your readers might enjoy a letter from Texas I will pen a few lines W D Hutchlnson and I left Kentucky Oct 10th came by way of Louisville thence to Nashville Bowling Green We land ed the second night in New Orleans and our train being three hours late we spent tho night and up to 11 oclock next day there We spent tho morn Ing looking over tho city and it is a busy place Wo came on from there to Huston reaching there about 1135 that night Found the town decorated In honor of the expected visit of Presi dent Taft who arrived next morning and we were on hand to see him There was an immense crowd present and lots of fine music A company of soldiers formed in Washington street and drill ed for some time and preceded tho car riage The president was met at the depot by Mayor Rico and other distin guished officials Tho presidents car rlsgo was drawn by a pair of handsome white horses and it was followed by six carriages also drawn by white horses Tncre were many other carriages in line and the procession moved up Wash ington street and then to Main to the Rice Hotel from the veranda of which the president made a speech After his address he was taken back to Main In an auto followed by 27 others all decorated with flags and bunting and many carriages and pedestrians The writer had a good view from the once window of the Western Land Corpora tion People thronged the streets and the city was filled to overflowing We were met at Huston by J M Dunn of Austin Texas After the Taft parade we secured an automobile and drove out to Magnolia Park about six miles out It is a suburb of hue ton It is laid oil in lots which are soiling rapidly From this point we went to South Huston which 18 months ago had only two houses but which is now a thriving little town It has soy eral factories and printing offices a number of stores a nice little depot good school building several hotels concrete side walks shell streets and is uptodate in every way We took tho train at Huston for Gal veston and thence to Floursville Met lots of Kentuckians all of whom seem to bo doing well Floursville is a town of about 2500 inhabitants and is a husl ling place You see cotton coming In from every direction the farmers real izing about 14c a pound for it Mr Hutchlnson bought a farm of 200 acres 3b miles from Flourevillo for 3400 and will movo his family to Texas We camo to Austin Oct 30 and Sundayed with J M Dunn Rev Bob Jones of Montgomery Ala preached three tine sermons at tho church I think there is some fino land in the Lone Star State and while I see flow ers oranges and vegetables all growing nicely I long to get back to the old- blue grass land of KentuckyG Pnuirr Forced Into Exile Wm Upchuroh of Glen Oak Okla was an exile from home Mountain air ho thought would cure a frlghtfu lung rackhg cough that had defied all remedies for two years After six months ho returned death dogging his steps Then I began tousoDr Kings New 1m writes and af tor taking six bottferl am as well as over It saves thousands yearly from desperate lung diseases mini lIblo for Coughs and Colds it dfspels Honraenes and Sore Throat Cures Grip Bronchitis Hemorrhages Asth ma Croup Whooping Cough 60c and 91 trial bottle free guaranteed by Penny a Drug Sore a NEWS NOTES Five persons escaped from the jail at HendersonA term of court is in session at Greenville to try nine murder cases Miss Mary Urinkley of Tiline com mltted suicide bv taking carbolic acid Charles Raynoldj was killed by a live wire while working on a trolley line at CatlettsburgThe automobile plant at Lex ington will be moved from that place to Conneraville Ind The grand jury at Lexington adjourned after returning 300 indictments most of them for alleged election of fensesPowell Catlett aged 17 years of Eddyvlllc accidentally shot himself with a shotgun after returning from a hunt lie will recover Walter J Luflsey Jr died at Rich mond Va as a result of injuries re coined In a game of football In which he played Saturday before last An Indictment was returned by the grand jury at Cincinnati against Chas L Warrincr former treasurer of the Big Four railroad charging him with embezzlement and grand larceny Six workmen perished and several others were badly injured when a cave in on the new extension of the Norfolk and Western railway at Salem Creek N C engulfed a construction gang A rat in her hair probably saved the life of Mias Mary V Hughes of Warren county who was the victim of a runaway accident and was thrown from the buggy alighting on her head Upon his written confession that he had committed an assault upon the little daughter of A C Wise John Eagle was sentenced at Washington Ind to life imprisonment in the State prison After a long conference at the mother church in Boston Mrs Augusta E Stetson issued a statement in which she accepts tho judgment of the direct ors against her and bows to Mrs Eddys authority With simple but impressive ceremo nice the monument erected In memory of the Massachusetts soldiers who were buried at Baton Rouge La during the war between the Slates was unveiled there MondayIthe great mine disaster nt Cherry III by Gov Denecn on the request of tho Sheriff The fire Is still raging in the mine and it Is impossible to say when the bodies can bu brought to tho surface Edward Corrigan the famous turf man filed a petition In bankruptcy in the United States Court at Frankfort Ills liabilities are given at 173110 00 assets 59600 with 13736 additional Corrigan gives Lexington as his placo of residenceA interest in tho Virginia Iron Coal and Coke Company which operates iron plants in Virginia Ten nessee and Kentucky and owns mineral property in other States has been pur chased it Is said by tho United States Steel Corporation- A warrant was issued for the arrest of Mrs Jeanette Stewart Ford on a charge of receiving stolen goods in con nection with the Warriner embezzle ment case at Cincinnati Warriner plead ed not guilty to the indictment found against him and went to jail in default ofbondThe liability act of 1006 was declared to be constitutional in Territories of the United States and the District of Columbia by the Supremo Court of the United States despite the fact that moro than a year ago this law was declared to be unconstitutional when applied to the States After a courtship which lasted but one day Elisa Farmer aged 70 years and Mrs Nancy Galy a widow of 54 were married at Ralph Ohio county Mr Farmer saw his bride for the first time on the day he was married He proposed was accepted and they were married within a few hours Tho control of the Western Union Telegraph Company passed to the American Telephone and Telegraph Company and a long step was taken toward tho merging of the telephone and telegraph companies of the coun try into a corporation witha capitalization of nearly 1000000000 The Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia denied an application made by counsel for Samuel Gompers John Mitchell and Frank Morrison of the American Federation of Labor sen stayinan tonight the mandate will be handed down Saturday A Scolded Boys Shrieks horrified his grandmother Mrs Maria Taylor of Nebo Ky who writes that when all thought he would die Buck lens Arnica Salvo wholly cured him Infallible for Burns So aids Cuts Corns Wounds Bruises Cures Fe verSores Dolls Skin Eruptions Chilblains Chapped Hands Soon routs Piles 25c at Pennys Drug Store 1 IJ= + era raaaa avaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeoesr raprrasarrrrsl- 9For Men of Fashion nan scanner Marx 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 quality You 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 sureaof such quality in your clothes it pays you That makes it pay us We sell these clothes for the good lof our customers as well assfor ours This store is the homeof HARTSCHAFFNER MARX Clothes aJ Suits 20 to 35 Overcoats 15 to 25 We carry other wellknown brands from 500 to 1500 Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY FARM FOR RENT I Jty farm of lao ncrei TO of which U cleared land is for rimS privately ra acres ore towed In grass reuutlndcr for cultivation corn and tobacco on snares In Uruded Hchool district lies dwelling of alx rooms two tone chimneys two tiro places stock barn and tobacco bam nnd other outbuild lags W M 6ICBPHT Kings MountiilnKy rlClh i Ytuftay FIUl S21 rfidos and H Wool fj FsthorsTsllowIrJaaawsxClosene GoldnSoalYtlawRootMayAppleWild I ftlillind ia 8S6MOnr LoU ecotuir In oainWeaad do better for jrgu ltn ijcnu or caaxstaaoa ncicKuli Reference uy Bank in LouimBe Wri lit wall pIJfE JyJ tjtiSlCJlSS aI- M Sabetl dt Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY H B NORTHCOTT Will Pay the Highest Market Price for Tur keys See him before selling Call 153 Stanford Ky I t o eJulifariir H B NORTHCOTT Stanford r e The Interior Journal E Co WALTON IT would be a calamity to take out of college life the discipline that springs out of such a great game as football according to President Alderman of the University of Virginia who in a statement declared that the peril and injury in the strategy of this game should be eliminated or the game itsel abandoned Football President Al derman declares as the intenest form of organized athletics in college life has brought about a special group of good things and of objectionable things I When the total is summed up however the sum of good far exceeds the sum 1 of evil The trouble with the game t according to President Alderman is that the risk of life inherent in it is Inordinate and he declares that intelli gent resolute and concerted action should be taken to remove this risk THE United States Supreme Cour sentenced former Sheriff Joseph F Shipp of Chattanooga to 90 days in jail for contempt of court in failing to prevent the lynching of Ed Johnson a Negro convicted of criminal assault whose execution by law had been stay ed by the court Luther Williams and Nick Nolan were sentenced to 90 day imprisonment for connection with the lynching and former Jailer Jeremiah Gibson Henry Padgett and William Mayes were given 60 days each The prisoners era in jail at Washington TilE government investigation of the sugar weighing frauds promises to reach S proportions that will rival the famous insurance disclosures While none of the officials will talk it is known that the investigation of conditions at Phila delphia and Boston are under way as well as at New York tWILLIAM 0 HEAD was inaugurated Louisville with simple but impressive ceremonies Many citizens were present while the oath ofoffice was administered He named his two boards immediately and made other appointments without delay PRESIDENT TAFT has issued a proclamation setting aside November 25th as- a day for general Thanksgiving The democrats of this county certainly have I reason to give thanks and they should and will do so WITHIN 10 hoursafter Clinton Breck inridge a Negro assaulted a sixyear old child at Staunton Va he was tried and sentenced to be electrocuted Spee dy justice but just what is needed InI such cases ONLY six counties in South Caroline remain wet Looks like the rum saloon must go from that State if no from the country at large Bobbitts Tribute to the Late L Heath Willis CRAB ORCHARD Nov 17ln the dis mightytand his loved ones in his Kentucky home the gallant spirit of Heath Wil lie took its flight to the distant clime from which no traveler has ever yet re i turned He was the ideal of his lath ers heart and at the shrine of mater nal affection his mother worshipped The son of Mr J B Willis and Mrs Pattie P Willis proprietors of Crab Orchard Springs closely related by blood to the long line of the Chenaults the Walkers and the Phelps of Madison county and my own little nephews the Bronaughs of Crab Orchard the promising young man had a brilliant career before him He was so brave inl might have attained to the highest zilch of fame Oh death what blighted + hopes what broken hearts you have so cruelly and mercilessly caused Poor little fellow I How my heart bleeds for thee and my tears flow with those who I weep for thee The rude winds of au i tumn chase in wolfish glee the dry dead leaves over your newmade grave and the white mantle of winters snow t will softly cover your gallant form but l still we can always see thee and hear l thy merry laugh Oh death how cruel i art thou rIFlowers have their time to bloom Leaves their time to fall And the flowers to wither by the cold North winds breathl But thou hast all all seasons for thine own Oh Death r- FONTAINE Fox BOBDITT POLITICAL John H Allen has been appointed postmaster at Rye Whitley county and Josepe S Beard at Holmes Adair countyPresident Taft at the White HouseI pressed a button which helped to open I the National Apple Show at Spokane t WashThe Iowa Supreme Court held that a private business concern under the Iowa statute can legally refuse to serve a I NegroJudge William McD Shaw of the Kenton County Circuit Court announc ed that he will not contest the election of Frank M Tracey Judge Shaw says that he will resume his law practice- en January 3 j HUSTONVILLE The Danville Advocate of recent date gave a miraculous account of the temporary restocking of an old baptizir hole which dried up just as 30 converts to the Baptist faith needed its waters to be admitted to fellowship A committee of explorers reported that no water was in any other part of the stream bed they visited and it was de tided that the ordinance must be post poded till after the rains Soon a rumor came announcing that the old hole had been supplied with a sufficiency of water for the occasion and the bapti ling was conducted on schedule Now we have a sure enough coincidence of a miraculous water supply just south of this place in the unexpected resumption of business by a spring which had been bone dry for a month The spring ordinarily ceases flowing about July 1 But twice in 25 years has it maintained a flow throughout the summer For a month the cistern had been empty and a water wagon was in daily use When the plasterer reached the job he had to skirmish lively for water to make mortar Despite assurances that the sprir had been drv for a month he went to see and came back with the shout Eureka That spring has supplied aU the water needed The condition is unprecedented in 25 years acquaints with the spring within 100 yards of road and within 40 feet of an avenue and in plain view The above can be verified by good witnesses and the bene eflciariea frankly admit it is an over sight of Providence instead of a deserved interposition and benediction MATRIMONIAL Henry Hank aged 37 and Miss Ellen Taylor 51 were married at London Quince Allen and Miss Ruth Mobley of the Rolling Fork secticn of Casey were married last week Rome Wheeler and Miss Della Crock ett popular young people of Casey were made one a few days since Lyman J Gage Secretary of tho Treasury under president McKinley and Mrs Ada Ballou of San Diego Cal will marry on the 25th Our Hustonville correspondent was a little premature in announcing the marriage of Sam Montgomery and Mills Stella Hubble They are still both single and may remain so for a while atleastWilliam Cooper a widower of 41 giving his home as Richmond Va and Miss Myrtle Walter of Williamstow Grant county drove here Wednesd and were married in the clerks office by Judge J S Owsiey On the anniversary of the wedding day of her parents Miss Edna Wl more Bronaugh of Nicholasville became the bride that morning of Jack Snell Hutsell of Cynthiana The ceremony took place in Louisville Mr Hutsell is a travelingman and makes Stanford monthly Accommodating Jim Jenks would never take a job His was a loftier mission But in the Bee we read how he Accepted a position When Uncle Zekiels grocery store Called for a clerks addition For Christmas rush Jim full of puib Accepted the position The village pound required a man To put it in condition Jim filled the breach and in a speech Accepted the position When Sadie Swoppen thrice divorced A fourth time felt ambition To try her luck Jim primed with pluck Accepted the position So when his earthly course is run And glory or perdition ls offered him well hear that Jim Accepted the position Young Girls Are Victims of headache as well as older women but all get quick relief and prompt lure from Dr Kings New Life Pills the worlds best remedy for sick and nervous headaches They make pure blood and strong nerves and buildup your health Try them 25o at Pennys Drug Store The suit of Gillanand 30 other tobacco growers of Pendleton and receiverdismissed without prejudice in the Fay tto circuit court A new suit was then flied for the same plaintiffs Health Coffee is the cleverest Imitation of real coffee ever yet made Dr Sboop created it from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Fine 1- 0flavorIs made in just one minute fo 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Sample free Pennys Drug Store Booker T Washington a wants to hold an exposition 1913 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the freedom of the Negro recd Maj Addison Craft who graduated from Centro College in 1855 is dead at- Holly Springs Miss Sir Thomas Lipton will challenge for a race for the Americas cup to be ailed in 1911 George Harrison a prominent Barren county farmer was a falling tree James Cregor of Perryville has ought A N Wells farm near Shelby City A tickling ordry cough can be quickly loosened with Dr Shobps Cough I Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store a Robert Burnam the wellknown au tomobile driver was badly bruised and his car was races at San Antonio TexIThe little Candy Cold Cure Tablets called Provcntlcs will In a low hours safely check all Colds or LaGrlppe Try theml 4825c Sold by Pennys Drug Store FOR SALEjl Notions Urocerl- eilnrdwnre97Awarec about trw Do Ing Lair uuilnet Liberal term G11uAItnIHornborehard Ky FOR RENT I For 1010 my turn of CJ acre nt Crab Orch nrd S to 10 acre of tine tobacco laud bnl nnc tar corn momlow unit paiture For further Information call on J word Moore Ky or nddrci mo nt lien dcrionvlllcil U CHAH H BINOLKTOJJ Fruit And Ornamental Trees I Erervththg for Orchnrd lwn and Oar den Catalogue on Application No Agents H F HILLENMEYER SON- SLexington Ky PUBLIC SALE 01 Shorthorn Cattle I At GLENBUKNIE on TUES DAY NOV 23 1009 Convey nuces both at Stanford and Free of Charge for parties coming from distance Lunch served at 12 oclock Sale begins at 1 r M H HAWKINS Stanford Ky It R No 2 POSTED We whoie irftruei appear below itrictl forbid bunting nihlng or In kind of ire i passing on our place und will prosecute vl olators to the full extent of the law Mill Mottle llewei Kelchenbach Broi I red liaumann A T Tray lor- LllburnOooch N H Ilummer Will Helter H O Nnnnelley j W Ilnughman J W Peck J E Bruce David Steven JohnOamenlicb WmOordler Dan Traylor M V Klinore OotllbOllck KmlHandorf JThompion D MAnder on J F Moter Mr and Mrs Jai II Had A Kllxiia Sirs N J Morton J J RllloU Mrs Oeo Logan W 11 Daugherty Frank Cordler Ilcv Father Leo Dr o G Terry II W H II lUuchmnn Uriah Albright AV Root Mn Margaret Goooa Jacob Gander neo O niveo W HTraylor Ham Roberts John Juter Amend Hchaefer M JHoluiann KT lleazley A H Mathenjr lu H Garner MriJ JlOwtley MJ Morgan a L HT H O Wotkfni JO Hundley It HOrow Mn Nannie II Good O K McClure Anderion Oarr Anton Itonecker WMDIibon Fred VonOruenlKai T L Ilaughman Mrs Kate Ador Nlc Gluts Mr Rebecca 11 Oarponte W Kopnts M K Lawrence John B Lee D Hflvlen Uhrlitlun Jacob Tom Ferrlll W W Pitman Kred 1ayk Alex Cooper J Ncvlu Carter K H Uenbara Airs W G Welch HU Andenon vI0ooch nUt Geltzl T A Rice Reuben Curtis Obrl Camenlich James Smith Tlniley Bpoonatnon 1WCarter AICarter Inrlml1JII E lame Bring Your Printing p The t INTERIOR JOURNAL Office Best Work f lowest I Prices J Auctioneer I I offer my sea Ices to the people of 4h coin county 1810 auctioneer Hailifanil guaranteed H W McW1lCJHTJ n Mcreland Ky 11 K D No1 Creditors Notice I All creditors of theHuntington IroduI A Feed Co of Huntington W Va Ire hereby fled to present their claim against said concern al provided by law to the undersigned Rulln their omeeInnurnslde y within so days from Uednte nerve MVETT KVAN8 AtttRnetet Dated nt JUurntlde Ky Hept 8U ivw NOTICEI The Farmers Cgo of Lawrcnccbur hm placed KurekH Tonic on inle nt I roam tier Crab Orchard and J I llorton Star lord Thl tonlo Ii to be taken In A hllll wine ton wine gInn lull three times n da It It by the twit puyilclnn In the Htate Guaranteed to cure liver and kidney trouble Will ho cold on the street here next county court day Uc 11 by their inlvman Dr It J taitldy MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No eo FA AM will nutt In ttated communication on mob lint Rlut third Monday nights of each month nt 1131 oclock in their hall on main ttreeet tHan ford Ky Menibcn of titter lodge are tra tornally Invited to be present T W Pot nlngton Hec 8D CARTER Now Livery DepotStreetPhone OO STANFORDIKENTUCKYI SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING I am prepared todo all kind of turveyli and cIvil engineering promptly My work will be guaranteed and toy prlcel are nal- onable Write me at 3ICKInnP n over the telephone through the UultonlIIe Kxchange- WALfKIl McKINJfBY FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A Rue blue gran farm for sale situated on Ike near Point Leavell and alx mileouts of Lancaster containing Ml acre well located In Rood neighborhood helm part of the John Walker tract with H hand even room resident aarroutbulldlnglandgood never falling spring and creek through TKKMM Hcaih In hand balance one nn two year from day of tale bearing six per paidPeriont place plea write oree WO WAIKKU Htanford NOTICE Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns in the West End In surance Agency Get your policies written right in a good company byIW J CAMPBELLI Heart Strength Nerveetrcnltblovely not one weak heart In a hundred Is In Itself actually dlseaied It Is almost always a mntTbIJmoraatablUlitrengtn Without that the heart must continue havebeeDrShooptor weak and alllni llearu DroouflritoBgl palpltatlnllluJlocatInlropular prescription 1 alone directed to these bulldilitroestablUbUlem ShoopsRestorative PENNYS DRUG STOREI tJ M 0 iaIII ry I 9w 0trfD p It tt w s 0D CQo h t y 0 trj tog t Zrz HI a H W Cd f- Si B en w f egtoH I gC S Iai t w S Rpd IIIIo fr co- i 9ru W r 1Jto aJ oIe A q JeT a t MLMS- t r a I t- f 0t+++ + +tttttNothing a man wears is more necessary or should be more particular in selecting than his Underwearfor Winter The ever ready and popular 50 cent garment we always carry in both fleec ed and ribbed Wrights Wool Fleecedit at 100 a garment is the most popular gar ment on the market today UNION SUITS are becoming more popular each season and f we have them at 1 a suit a very servicable j 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 norfade perfect in shape beautiful in color and never scratch you at 2 for Coopers and 3 per suit for silk plush r H J McROBRTSSTANFORD I KENTUCKY G L Penny R II Coffey E R Coleman Vinotf The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil is a most andtrPersistent Coughs andColds Sold under a Guaran tee at 1 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Y T Special Suit Offeri H J We eve matlo n special1 price ou a numb of lAt 822 Tailor Suite v i f for remainder fN2yelnbcr of only 815 Lokat teso before 1 you buyr d J SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY i The Interior Journal STANFORD Ky Nov 10 1909 I t SOME great bargains in box paper are M being closed out to make room now stock at Pennys Drug Store IPERSONALS somo better I MISS CATHERINE LYNN U with friends at Hyattiville KLEIN BRADY is visiting his mother at Highland Iark MR S R HANSON Is with relatives at Hansonville Va Mtsa V PEARL AU RIDCE visited Garrard county relatives MRS J B PAXTON and eon James spent several days at Lancaster Miss SARAn CURTIS of Hustonville was the guest of Mrs A C Alford MRS MATTIE KIRBY left this week for a visit to friends at McMinnville rTeaD POSTMASTER W T WEST of Lan cuter took Wednesdays train for Lou y Isvillc BORN to the wife of William Rifle if the West Find a sonWilliam Dan Tjcl Rife MR J C BAILEY of Crab Orchard p attended the burial of Heath Willis at Richmond EVERETT STONE and mother Mrs L II Stone spent Wednesday with Lan caster relative MR AND MRS P W Wllirrare with Liberty relatives Mr Duff Portman came up for them MR J G BOSLEY wife and son of Jessamine were guests of Mr and Mrs Will T Stone MRS J G CARPENTER JR and two little boys of Crab Orchard visited her fathers family Miss LETTIE HELM has returned from a protracted visit to Mrs J Frank Walton in Cincinnati MR GEO L WILLIS private secre tary to lion Harvey Helm is hero from Shelbyvllle for a few days MR SAM II HELM of the Turners vlllo section Is hunting In Cumberland county Tenn with a lot of Boyle coun tygentlemenMiss REDD of Crab Orch ard has returned home after a visit to Miss Kit Huffman who accompanied i her homo for a few day stay MRS CLARENCE COLEUAH and son Muter Clarence Clement of 102 East Gray street are visiting relatives a- MiddlebnrgCaseyeounty t Lou Times MR ISAAC SHELBY and wife Misses Pearl Collier and Margaret Culton and Reuben Bronaugh Jr of this county attended the burial of L Heath Willis at Richmond Wednesday- MR T D BRENNAN of Pittsburg Pa and Dr Ernest A Graham of Forest Ohio are expected to arrive Monday to attend the Warren Garnett wedding next Wednesday Miss KATHERINE WARREN who has a position with the Review at Tuscola III will arrive Monday to attend the marriage of her sister Miss Emma Warren to Mr Charles F Garnett Wednesday MR II D CAMPBELL is over from pWilmore with Lincoln county relatives He and his partner Mr W C Pottus have sold their drug store at Wllmoro and we hopo they will both return to the best county In Kentucky MAURICE GIVENS son of Dr and Mrs r J Givens of Pittaburg who is attending college at Johns Hopkins University at Baltimore has been offered a prof fessorshlpln the medical department at Cornell College and he will probably accept London Democrat MR M G REYNOLDS writes us to send his paper to Turon Kansas to which place he and his family have removed uds many friends in Lin coin and Pulaski regret that hehas seen fit to leave them but hopo he will do well In the Grasshopper State LOCALS FOR nice holiday presents go to Mueller jewelry store FOR presents that beautiful and lasting go to W H Mueller IF you are look four fresh oysters and celery go to J D Hortons restau rant I 1j GALVANI hypnotist at Waltons Op 1 era House tonight Guaranteed attraction You can get all ingredients for that Thanksgiving black cake at G D Hoppers NEXT month Is Xmas Bee the line of W IL Mueller the jeweler CHRYSANTHEMUM at 60c per dozen with vines Ed Hubbafd Stanford TilE person who borrowed my roofing tools will plcaso return them I need them now J A Allen Stanford A LITTLE daughter of W D Wil lams of Boyle died of membraneous croup She was a niece of J W ViI liams of this place MR W IL HlGGINS has placed a gasoline tank in front of his store in order to better supply his patrons with that useful article +THOSE who fail to pay their taxes in the Crab Orchard graded school district by Dec 1 will bo advertised Geo W Bronaugh Treasurer TilE Ladles Socrletpof the Chris tian church at Crab Orchard will give a bazaar and exchange in J C Magcos vacant storeroom on Dec 11 MR WALLS aged CO was thrown from his wagon in a runaway near McKinnoy yesterday and a shoul der and four ribs were broken 1 Fon SALE Thoroughbred Bronze Turkeys Pckin Drakes and White Wy- andotte Cockerels Mrs James N Cash Turnersvllle Phone No 992i MESSRS L P AND E P JOYCE are headquartered at the Nunnelloy stables They will sell pianos and organs in this and adjoining counties for a month or more Ills friends hero and they are many are glad that Mr Sam M Wilhito will continue as Controller of the city of Louisville a position he Is filling most creditably JUDGE BELL appointed tho following gentlemen as jury commissioners of Lincoln county for the ensuing year Messrs L G Gooch T A Rico and W H Cummins FARM FOR SALE 116acro farm on Ulx river four miles North of Stanford and near Hubble Improvements fairly good and splendid new barn J F Rigncy Son Stanford MR A C SINE was awarded tho contract to take up by tho roots the 2G trees in tho courthouse and jail yards and he is now busily engaged in the work of removing them EMILE GREENBERO proprietor of the Thcntorium is building a stage in his play house and will add vaudeville to his moving picture show Ho should and doubtless will do well in the new line TUB beginto look mighty good but It will be months yet before It is ready for occupancy Contractor Krueger is going to make a good job of it if It takes all of the coming Sum merTim creditors of Mrs Mary B Bryan are hereby notified that their claims must be filed with me properly verified on or before Feb 15th 1910 J B PAXTON Master Comr Lincoln Circuit Court JOHN LIE ELKIN who snow mine host of the Clements House at Danville Is succeeding admirably in his new line He is setting a fino table and in every way pleasing his many patrons Try the Clements Rouse when in Danville SOME hunter fire to dry grass on lion W H Shanks farm Sunday and 10 or 15 cords of wood and a largo field of grass were burned The fire then crossed to Mr E T Pences farm and some 40 or 50 panels of fenco were destroyed READ tho display advertisement of Nunnelleys New Stock Yards It is the biggest and best stock yard this side of Kentucky river and Stanford fs the foremost cattle mule sheep and hog market in this section Bring your stock hero on court days or any other time and it will be well cared for and buyers will be on hand rTim Womans Home and Foreign Missionary Societies will observe tho Week of Prayer together next week beginning Monday afternoon at 2 o clock Each afternoon will be an open session and every one of our own church and other churches is cordially invited to attend Services at M E Church South Thanksgiving or Thursday services at night will also be for the public instead of Thursday afternoon q WANTED to buy a good Lincoln coun ty farm of the value of 20000 to 30 000 Address Lock Box 204 Stanford Ky READ the advertisement of Murphy Acton the uptodato Kings Moun tarn merchants Something of interest to you I FOR SALE Beautiful fiveroom cot tage garden barn lot and barn on Logan avenue Price and terms to suit purchaser Cicero Reynolds TALK with me buying a type writer and see sample at my home T A Brackett local agent for Standard Typewriter Exchange New York YOUR attention is called to tho sale of Shorthorn cattle at Glenburnio Stock Farm H P Hawkins proprietor next Tuesday Nov 23 See advertisement JOHN I KINO a prominent citizen of Burgin dropped dead in his home Ho CountyLumberKinney WHILE digging up tho trees in the courthouse yard Contractor A C Sine found a silver shilling made in 1828 Were it not for i hole in It tho piece of money would be worth many times its faco value THE lights are n again and for it our people are very thankful The new engine a 200 horse powerIs n daisy and the lights are the brightest ever Stanford is now the best lighted little city In the State I WILL be at Crab Orchard Saturday Nov 20 and at Kings Mountain Mon day 22nd and atHustonvillo Saturday Nov 27 to collect taxes The penalty is added Dec 1 Pay up and save the penalty T J Hill sheriff Lincoln countyBARGAIN354 S acres of good land of which 100 acres is bottom land eight room dwelling two good stock barns new tobacco barn 30x90 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 is a bargain See L R Hughes Stanford Ky CIRCUIT CouarThe grand jury fin ally adjourned after returning some 30 Indictments one of which is against H H Padgett for killing Green Skidmore four for detaining women three for ma licious cutting two for willful shooting and the rest for various offenses in eluding whisky selling Solon Craig and and wife were given 100 days in jail and fined 10 each for selling booze A few civil cases have been disposed of this week but the criminal business this term amounts to little or nothing In fact this court will be remembered as one of the poorest in the history of Lincoln county TilE most wonderful entertaiments ever given at Waltons Opera House were those of Tuesday and Wednesday evenings by Prof Galvani the hypnot ist A good crowd greeted tho remarkable man each evening and for hours ho kept his audience in amaze ment As a hypnotist Prof Galvani is at the head of his class and as a gen tleman ho should stand as high for no theatrical man who has been here In years has made a more favorable im pression He found many subjects hero who were at his will and the stunts he made them do were most amusing As many of our readers witnessed his clev er performances it would be a waste of space to tell the many miraculous things the professor and his subjects did The formers wild drive through the streets Tuesday afternoon while blindfolded and finding the articles hidden by the committee in Mr I M Brucos home was only one of the many of his wonderful performances v IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs E T Wesley is dead in the Bethel Ridge section of Casey She was the mother of E T Wesley of SomersetBy completed the Lebanon Grocery Co a wholesale house passed into the hands of the Cumberland Grocery Co of Burnsido Master Wellington Robinson son of Mr and Mrs John C Robinson on the Lancaster pike fell and broke an arm last week Advocate f j h li1 JOt H nJ 1ft New New i 7 I i f Mercerized Altonian a new wash fabric looks like silk wears better fj Black Navy Alice Rose Green Hello Special price 30c I I d I IMrs Mary D England an aged and respected woman of Lebanon is dead A J Asher of Straight Creek Bell county Is erecting a barrel factory in his community which when in opera tion will employ 50 men The drug stores of the Hutchison Drug Co and D B Hemphill and the clothing store of R M Sparks Co at Nicholasville were burglarized Clarence Taylor and four others charged with confederating together and whipping several people in the Dallas section of Pulaski were given six months in jail At the assignee sale of the Lillard Pharmacy Mrs Lillard was the highest bidder and secured the business She will conduct it until it can be sold prlvatelyAdvocateIGibson Goode of the Park vllle sec tion found a five year o Id child snugly wrapped in a blanket and lying on his doorstep when ho opened his door Mon day morning This is the second baby left at the house of Mr Goode by un known persons within the last year CHURCH MATTERS Rev S D Boggs will preach at the Presbyterian church next Sunday The conference of Jewish rabbis at New York passed a resolution condemn ing marriage between Jews and Gen tilesRev J J Dickey will deliver a Thanksgiving address at the Logans Creek church Thursday night 25th at 7 oclock Eld J B Daniel organized a new church near Phil with 47 members 14 were added at Sunday nights service Casey County News Dr William A Alexander a member of the faculty of the Southwestern Presbyterian University dropped dead in the Union station at Memphis Rev W L Willis subject at the Christian church at Hustonville Sunday morning will be What is That to ThWl Follow Thou Me At night his subject will be Profanity Tho Thanksgiving sermon will be preached at the Christian church at 1030 A M Stop that stomach agony in five min utes with Mlona tablet Cure that indigestion In Uo weeks Mlona is the best medicine for the stomach Penny sells it ou moneyback plan I Large box 50- cCLEMENS HOTEL J L EUCIN Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKY Large airy outside rooms Commercial traveler a specialty Special rates by week or month The proprietor Is a former Lin corn county man and till friends should re member him when stopping In hit town Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to a Judgment of the Lin coin circuit court rendered at the Novem ber termIUWln the action of W II HlB MIrlcewlllon MONDAY DEC 18 1009 In front of the new court house offer for sale nt public outcry to the htgheit find belt bidder on n credit of six months n house and lot near the depot In Crab OrchardLln coin county Ky bounded thus Begin nine at n stone In the edge of the pike near where stock scales In Junction of road lute ly stood thence with line of said rom W of the I 1 no of Mss Alice Newland lot thence with her line N to lot of Joe Pleas ante thence said line to tlionco B with line of said pike to beginning containing something over an acre Tho object of the sales for a division of the proceeds The purchaser will be re quired to execute bond for the sale price payable to the commissioner beating 0 per patdhavingand secured by lien on the property- J B PAXTON MO L 0 0 Pt Mclloberts Atty for Plain- tiffCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to A Judgment of the Lin coin circuit court rendered at the Norem her termllJOII In the action ot J IJ Bryan dmr etc vs Klwood Totten etc the un erslgued commissioner will on MONDAY DEC 13 1000 county court day nt about 1 p M In front of the now court house In Htanford Ky offer for tale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder on a credit of six months the houic and lot near Htanford In Lincoln county the Knit side of the Don vllle it Stanford turnpike bounded on the West by said pike on the North and East hytho land of John nrlgbt on the Routh by the land of W U lUll containing Dipoles and known as the old tollgate prop Tho object of the sale 1s to pay the In lebUclnvisof Mm Mary U Bryan and dl ride the remainder among her heirs at law The will be required to execute bond for tho purchase price payable to the ommlsalonor duo in six months bearings per cent Interest from ditto of sale until paid having tile force and effect ota Judg went and secured by lien on the property sold The slmnii of the infants Loraine Totten and Vera Totten will remain n lien on tho property until they attain the age of 21 guardian In the mean time executes the bond required by the Civil Code Jll PAXTONlOLOO Q B BauUey Attyfor Plaintiffs 3ti t t L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 artjuI WINTER GOODS Winter is about here and it will pay you to look throughour stock before buying See our line of Scarfs Underwear Outing Dress Goods Shoes Hosiery Skirts Ginghams Novelties Etc Etc This stock has been carefully selected and we absolutely know our prices are right We invite comparison on any article in our etore and we guarantee quality and prices to be efjualto any in town and in a good many cases the price to be lower and the quality to be bett- erHUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY T BOILED DOWN 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 onlyIferwise we donf want your moneyTHOSE 1500 Suits and those Overcoats and Raincoats well they tell their own tale W E PERKINS Crab Orchard 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 the merchant has to go out of business Remember we save you money on each purchase Mens extra heavy overalls 04cj mens heavy fleeced under wear 44c per garment a full suit for 88c a full line of misses and ladies tunderwear 24c up to 49c mens heavy work shirts 49c the best outings any color Oic per yard heavy Dress Ginghams OJc Apron Ginghams 6 and 7c 84 patent shoes 3353 84 vici kid and box calf shoes 353 mens bro 17CjDon5c Capital Matches large box 4c Ohio River Salt 280lb barrel 150 r Dont forget to cull for a copy of our monthly price list on or after the 15th of each month MURPHY A CTOV The Cash Bargain Store + 1 1IBring Your Cattle and Mules to Stanf- ordRnufleysr New StocK yards1111 1111 Ar v now completed and ore ready for all kinds a of live stock with good covered pens and plenty of feed and water Fjrstclasa accom modations and clmrgeu reasonable YouVBup port and patronage cordially Phone No1 Court Day Second Monday T M BRUCE Assistant i Lb The interior Journal Muleredin the POll Office at Stanford Cd Htertdclau matter Loat N TIME TABLE No 21 Honth iiitt r x No 3 southIOl A M NoSINorth40 A M No n North BitS P M NO n 1031 AM No 24110 PM- JOS 3 RICE Agont A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY ONce over McRoberts Drug Store in I the Owaley Building FARM FOR SALE I grams1bndthe Stanford pike Improvements and fenclnEjgood plenty of water and fruit acres of timbered land one mile plentfHI crop JAaiVKNBAgMcKlnney Ky Fallandl Winter Stock t aye your measure token by a tailor of ex perience Then your clothes whethera low eveningIotbewlllwhich plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will also take your mess are toptlsamples on band ready for your Inspection ILO UUPLKYThe Tailor 8tanfont AJ CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE 1 can furnish the public with the best aiwell as the freshest of cut flowers plants of- all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes In eonnectlon with the above I have all kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable price OHKIBTMAN QUEEN HOUSESI KD llUBUAKD Pnoit Stanford Ky fasurts Tobacco and Tobacco tarn Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KYj Kesldence Phone 34 Once 85 f Insure with me and be fully t prote- ctedCONCRETING We are In osltlontodoall kinds of con ntlng such as Block Work Pavements and In fact we can make any thing from rJ bOne down to a fence post We can serve firstclassiIMtfofll70u bay your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ic- yINSURANCE R B MAHONY Tor bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm I Property Everything Everywhere Lightning Fire Tornado LifeLiveStockHealthand GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attentiont given to losses which are paid without dis count JfLBeazleyCoJ Undei inters and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur liituro MattingaRugs They will exchange Furniture for 1 all Kin Is of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Righf STANFORD KENTUCKY 111 r Je C McClary I Undertaker Embalmer and 6SealerInlHarness Saddlorj- STANFORD1 KY L ileN Phone 191 =IIHomelfbone 6 u r ar FARMERS DEPARTHXHT B D Holtzclaw Bold to t S ElkIn 17 helfera at 3 CO Sow and pigs for sale good stock T G Bruce Junction City T G Nunnclley sold 3800 pounds of tobacco at Danville at 12Jc Two hundred mules changed hands at Franklin Monday for a total sum of 32000T English and J R Knox of Boyle sold to Clel Coleman 38 1300 pound cattle at 5c Jack L Beazley lost by death one of his fine black horses lie refused 700 for the pair some months ago Senator R L Hubblea Tom Green ran second at Latonia Tuesday lie was favorite but Center Shot nosed him out At Joa Farris sale In Bourbon yearling inules sold at 140 to 150 cows 37 to 6750 corn In field 230 per shock C C Carpenter of the West End sold to Dr Wlnager of Hot Springs Ark a pair of mares by Dignity Dare for 1250 In the stomach of a cow slaughtered at St Joseph Mo was found an iron rod three eighths of an inch In diameter and 13 inches long Tobacco reached the 23c mark at Danville this week A portion of the crop of R L Potts of Parksville brought that price Plans for the pooling of the wool crop in Robertson county are being perfectS ol and a contract formulated that Is said to be meeting with much favor Two red sows with one small shoat came to my place about Nov 1 Own er can get them by paying for this no tice and their keep D B Tudor Stan ford Mi J Farris the cattle king of Boyle has sold about 800 cattle to dif ferent parties during the past week at 4c to 5Jc They ran from 675 to 1325 poundsDark roan steer weight about CCO 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 The Planters Protective Association sold at Guthrie about 450000 pounds of tobacco to Morrow Bros of Adairville prices ranorintt from 9 to 14 cents OTTENHEIM Elmer Adams is at home after a years stay in Oklahoma and Kansas Mrs C H Kerr is spending a few days with her parents S M Chandler and wife Sailey Doane has a job braking on the C V and he will begin work on the 27th Oscar Frazier has moved to Ephraim James place Otis Spralt was shot below the eye by a stray bullet fired by some careless hunter He was shucking corn at the time on A R Mathenys farm It is not giving him any trouble Tobacco stripping is all the go with the farmers here now With a few crops sold and more to follow the people are looking forward to plenty of money to spend this Christmas We will wager a gill of butter milk that before the year is ended there will be some babies named Dink an there has been almost as much talk in the press about his perseverance as there was about Bryans They both star ted In politics about the same year Rills Her Foe of 20 Years The most merciless enemy I had for 20 years declares Mrs James Duncan of Haynesville Me was Dyspepsia I suffered intensely after eating or drinking and could scarcely sleep After many remedies had failed 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 Appetite Kidney Trouble Lame Back female Complaints Its unequaled Only hoc at Pennys Drug Store The country hereabouts is getting desperately dry Between Hender son and Paducab on the Illinois Central railroad there is not a single place where saloons can bo licensed Between Henderson and Nashville on the Louisville and Nashville saloons can get license only in Christian county Between Henderson and Louisville on the Texas railroad license Is granted only at Owensboro For a thousand- or more miles In any direction Hender son is the only place where saloons are allowed ti run on Sunday and do pretty much as they please in all things Henderson Gleanor I I It Ic the weak nerves that are cry- Ing out for help Then help them dont drug the stomach or stimulate the Heartor Kidneys That is wrong Vitalize these weak Inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how fast good health will come to you again Test it and see Sold by Pennys Drug Store Man is the creature of God and mon ey is tho servant of man and I protest Bjainat all theories that enthrone money and debase mankind W J Bryan C s Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped in 20 mlnutea sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 26o box Sold by Peonys Drug Store TURKEYS FOR SALE I Gobbler and b ithe Langerdon tOougcr and Owen h llnrboe straIn for Thoroughbred bronze large bonn and beau tiful plumose w K UISHON H UI Phone 84 FOR SALE I Goner Hotel at Crab Orchard also tore room Just across street with post ollloo ad Joining and a cottage or ollloo of three room All necessary outbuildings MUSOUUTIBaOVKK Crab Orchard Ky NOTICE I We ask the patronage of our friend and uurserytookand well grown Prices are reasonable Ad dress JA McKKK Kings Mountain Lincoln Co Ky I JL BELDEN For house and Carriage Painting Dud TrIm- ming Paper Ullnlnlt ing Shop opposite depot J J 1JELDEN Stanford Ky FORSALEW- II1 I sell a Clothing Shoe and Gents Fur fishing Store located In the best town In Doyle county A great opportunity for the rlubtman stock will Invoice about DU Address D4 J care Interior Journal tttan 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 storo house on place good barn good orch ard well watered J II riRini1T Waynesburff Ky Small Farpn For RentI Mrs Nora Ooodkn farm on Danville cbooljunrlllUnggood house and outhouses SIlO Mrs Good knight at her town home on Ancestor Avenueold Fenzel place HOME FOR SALE I One torT cot of rooms and all necessary outbuildings Lot contains one acre Into cow lot on which II roomy lean buggy house corn crib etc Hood garden spot This Is a desirable place locat ion corner of Whltle1 and Miller streets AH HOITZOLVW Stanford Ky FARM FOR SALE OR RENT Contains 110 acres best tobacco land In the county IK miles from McKlnney Will sell or rent lies two dwellings one of four rooms and the other of two rooms Two orchards of nearly CUD trees Tobacco barn that will hold 10 acres of tobacco cheapest farm In Kentucky at price O R DRAWN nn McKlnney K- yTRIBBLE PENCE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phono 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford KentucKy Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Ky T Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods OFFICERS I S Hocker President- S T Harris Vice John J McRoberts Cashier H O Baughman Cashr WVSaundersBoolckeeper Home For Sale I desire to sell privately my residence In Orchard housed r eight rooms end an acre of land Abundant outbuildings Opttlonnine months Abundant water or the best variety One third cash and balance in one and two years at 9 per cent UU W M100REg- Crab Orchard Ky Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer or Marble and Cranlto Monu monts Markers and Potts Cemetery and Lawn Vases and Hetteus Office nod works McKinney K- yStock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock ot Oro cerles and Hardware Jlolng n good bust HCasonIIIOEO DIIOPIEn Stanford Ky Dr Willis Morgan Veterinary Burgeon A DtntUt Stanford KentucKy Phone No M Calls an w r l promptlyday LiveryBarn G Ba FRUITT Moroland Kentucky New Fall Line Millinery now in Also 2sew Furniture coining in almost daily G B Pnurrr Moreland Ky REWARD Having suffered considerable annoyance llreaklnlllCatelatchCmy gates on the county road that runs through farm concluded to otter a reward for Information leading to the conviction of such person or iwrsons I will therefore give the sum of PI for Infor mation leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or partle that have broken the latches on any of my 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