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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c 1 t 1- ar 4 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL h VOL XXXVII a STANFORD KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 23 1909 NO 78 Program For Week of Prayer of Womens Home and Foreign Missionary Societies M E Church South Tuesday 21 M Topic Christian Education 1Hymn C3C Watchman 2Paalm 138 read In concert 3Pray er MN C II Coleman 4 Scripture Lenon lilt Thes G 6Prayer Mn Woods GTho Charm of Mission Stu dy Mrs Margaret Lynn 7Tho Sto It ry of n Chinaman Mn Joo Chancel k lor 8Movlng of Christian Layman to Save the World Mn W II Brady 0WhyI Ooulht to Study Minions Mrs Dickey IDWhy Should I Make an OfTerinjr to tho S B M School 7 Mrs C II Coleman Each repeat a M scripture verso on giving os tHo offer ing Is taken Thy Kingdom Come Mrs Harris Song 630 Closo with Lords prayer- Wednesday 2 P M 1Hymn 349 2Prayer tenon Matt 25th 3110 4Sonjf That Will be Glory for Mo 5Praycr Mrs J A Lovetl CA paper on City Missions Mrs Dickey 7A Message to tho Crusaders Mrs Bottlo Spoonamoro 8Collectlon of Scripture References on Tithing Mrs Clay Rupley 8Educattonal Needs of the Kentucky Mountains Mrs T D Raney 10Song 410 OlTerlng in Iii vcr Benediction t Thursday 7 P M 1 Hymns 634 and 651 2 Scripture lesson 2nd Cor 6th 110 Mrs Adelia Woods 3Prayer Mrs Spoonamore allymn 631 5 t 1he World our Parish Miss Anna Pant 6Savo America to Save tho f World Mrs J J Dickey 7Why Should I Join 1 Mrs Bettle Spoona more Freewill offering A Tribute to Judge W C Bell aM Uy unanimous consent Judge J W Alcorn was chosen as special Judge and the following testimonial adopted and spread upon tho records of tho court Upon the voluntary retirement of Hon W C Bell as circuit Judge of the 13th judicial district of Kentucky we tho members of the Lincoln county bar offer to him and tho constituency ho tin served this expression of our per aonal and professional regard for him as a learned and upright Judge who In the discharge of his official duties has at all times exercised his authority with that dignity and courtesy becoming the gentleman of refined instinct and who In the hearing and determination of all questions In controversy before him has impartially as a trained lawyer and scholarly Judge applied the max ims of equity und the rules of law As an endearing evidence of our ap predation of his worth wo deliver to his hand this declaration of our esteem and cause a copy of tho same to be spread upon the permanent records of this court J W Alcorn M C Saufley J B Y Paxton P M McRoberU J S Ows ley Jr Harvey Helm J N Soun den F F Bobbitt W S Burch G B Saufley K S Alcorn Thomas H Shanks W H Shanks G D Florence e T J Hill Jr Many Murders Few Hangings Wo read n great deal of the murderous disposition of Kentuckians but after all they are not much worse If as bad as other people Even tho Stato of William Penn has a county North umberland which ranks second In the United States for murders and first In tho failure to punish them In tho last 150 years there havo been 120 first do gree murder verdicts and yet It will only have Us fourth execution next Thursday provided there should not in tervene a reprieve In the meantime a contingency that tsnot unlikely Of the 120 sentences to death over half 4 of tho victims found refugo In tho In sane asylums some were pardoned others committed suicide and a number y died In Jail pending retrials and long drawn out appeals The 120 convictions with the death penalty represent but a small percentage of the homicides many of the murderers having been acquitted and a large number getting sec 4 ond degrees and lesser verdicts Kentucky has to take a back seat when comparisons are made with this Pennsylvania county Lexington Gazette ExileForced Into Wm Upchurch of Glen Oak Okla was an exile from home Mountain air he thought would curd a frlghtfu lungracking cough that had defied all remedies for two years After six months ho returned death dogging his steps Then I began touseDr Kings New Discovery ho writes and af ter taking six bottles I am as well as ever It saves thousands yearly from desperate lung diseases lain t lible for Coughs and Colds it dispels Hoarsenes and Sore Throat Cures Grip Bronchitis Hemorrhages Asth ma Crpup Whooping Cough 60c and 81 trial bottle tree guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store CRAB ORCHARD One of the most enjoyable socials of the season was given by Mr Ed White of Cedar Creek in honor of his friend Charles Snyder of Louisville Monday night Besides all the pretty girls of Cedar Creek were Misses Mary Mau pin of Richmond Fannie Thompson Katherine Melvin and Anna Wilson of Preachers vllle Miss Anna Chancpllor of Walnut Flat lla Newland of Indl ana and Mr Charles Snyder of Louie vllle Delicious fruits were served and all the latest games played and the young folks are loud In praising Ed as host and entertainer and look forward to more socials at his hospitable home Mr David Newland and family have gone to housekeeping near the depot Mr Charles Snvder of Louisville is spending a few days with friends here Mrs Sallle Pennington has rented her farm to a Mr Hamilton of Oklahoma and will leave for that State soon to visit her daughter Mrs E 0 Single ton Mrs Monroe Curtis of Stanford paid a short visit to her many friends here this week Mrs Will Curtis has been quite sick but Is better Mrs Barker who has been so sick Is Im proving at the home of her son Pate King Rev Walter Buchanan of Louis yule is with his family at W K Buchanans and has preached four in teresting sermons at Hebron He is quite a promising young minister of tho Methodist church Mrs Robt Collier has returned from a visit to Brodhead friends Mr Davis of Knoxville is visiting the family of Charles Gamer n IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John Long was given 10 years for killing George Darby In Whitley Mn John Burge is dead at Junction City She was 30 years old and a daughter of George Rowscy J M Martin of Jessamine county was shot in the face and painfully hurt while hunting birds in Rockcastle Mike J Kane of Mt Vernon a freight brakeman fell from his train near New Haven and was badly hurt John Sherrow died at his home in North Garrard after a short illness He was 76 years of ago and leaves a wife and six children Johnny the 10 year old son of George Bullock of Hockcastle county Jumped onto a passing wagon and fell A wheel passed over his neck killing him Instantly The trial of Virgil Starns for killing his father in Pulaski county was con tinuod until the February term of court The youthful prisoner Is in Jail at Dan villa for ufo keeping Mrs John B Conner whoso home Is near Nicholasvllle was taken to a Lox ington hospital suffering from what the hospital physicians pronounce to be the lint case of the dread disease known as pellagra ever known In Kentucky James Brown a miner employed by the Dell Jcllico Coal Company was bad ly mangled on the belt line railway a tow miles from MIddlesboro while walk Ing to the mines His right leg and right arm were severed from his body and his left hand was torn almost from its socket Young Girls Are Victims of headache as well vas older women but all get quick relief and prompt curo from Dr Kings New Life Pills tho worlds beat remedy for sick and nervous headaches They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Try them 25o at Pennys Drug Store The unidentified trompwho held cap Live 7ycarold Harry Garrett in an up stairs room of tho Garrett ranch house at Boise Idaho threatening to kill the boy should an attempt to arrest tho tramp be made was shot and killed by H posse The boy was rescued Health CotteorIwthe everest imitation of real coffee ever yet made Dr Shoop created It from pure parch ed grains malt nuts etc Flue In flavor la made In Just ono minute No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Sample fro o Pennys Drug Store Jeweled heels on their shoes is now the fail of the smart set However a pretty foot cannot bo made more attractive There are some things that can have no superlatives Lexington Gazette Itnvo been using Hyomei for catarrh one week and feel like a new m nW V Goode NewarK 0 June 21 1009 Breathe Hyomel In Guaranteed by Penny Outfit cem plcte 1- Knoxville without saloons will ex pend this year 103000 for education as against 65000 last year when tho city had saloons 4 Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets Pee full formula on 25o box Sold by Pennys Drug Store D NEWS NOTES George P McCann a wellknown cit izen of Lexington died of paralysis Daniel Trigg a prominent Virginia lawyer Is dead at Ablngdon that State G W Allen Sheriff of Rowan county was seriously Injured in a runaway accidentA yearold child of Lamberth Mows of Horse Cave was killed while playing with a shot gun Over 3000 pounds of rose petals are used In the manufacture of one pound of attar of roses perfume Richard Watson Gilder author and editor of tho Century Magazine died of heart disease in New York William M Laffan publisher of the New York Sun died following an operation for appendicitis performed on Mon dayThe Kohlnoor diamond originally weighed 800 karats but by successive cuttings it has been reduced to 106 karats The State Board of Valuation and Assessment has made a preliminary in crease of the whisky tax from 5 to 10 a barrelAs result of blood poisoning re suiting from a defective tooth Lottie Miner the 8yearold daughter of G A Miner of Owcnsboro is dead Walker Speaks one of the burglars who robbed a Morganfield department store was arrested at Henderson He had goods in his possession worth 250 Miss Havemeyer daughter of the sugar king has Just become of age with a 22000000 attachment Lln county people should paste this in their hatsA broker paid 85000 for Mr Har rlmans seat in the New York Stock Exchange perhaps on tho idea that tho seat had something to do with its former owners success Elias Ray one of the wealthiest land owners of Indiana killed himself at Lafayette with a penknife rather than go to court and face trial for the mur der of one of his employes last spring Wells Fargo L Co announced an in crease in the capital stock of the com pany from 8000000 to 24000000 The new issue of 16000000 is to be offered to stockholders to whom a stock dividend of 300 a share is to be declared While scuffling qver a revolver in their room at Lincoln Memorial Uni versity at Cumberland Gap Herbert Phillips son of the Rev J A Phillips of Corryton Tenn was accidentally killed by Roscoe Bryant of Gibson Gap Vn The court of appeals of the District of Columbia upon request of counselor the labor leaders granted a stay until Nov 29 of the issuance of the mandate sending Gompcrs Mitchell and Morrison of the American Federa- tIon of Labor to Jail for contempt While felling some timber in Perry county Ell Summer accidentally killed his little boy The child had stolen away from his mother and gone into the hills where his father was at work and be fore the father knew he was about one of the largo trees struck him causing Instant death The Fiscal Court of Leslie county for the first time in its history levied a tax of 10 cents ad valorem and 50 cents poll tax for a road fund The county has Just finished paying for a new jail and has a good courthouse and will now turn its entire attention to the Improve ment of the public roads For 22500 cash In settlement In all claims an order was entered in the Fayotto Circuit Court dismissing all suits of the Southern Mutual Invest ment Company and the American Re serve bond Company against W J Loughridge a director of the compa nies before they went into the hands of n receiver Pope Pius In an address to the French pilgrims whom ho received de clared that France was making war against the church with an aim of un dermining the basis of Christianity Catholicism he declared was suffering persecution bv the French Government under the pretext of the separation of State and church The name of Mrs Augusta Stetson formerly first reader of the Christian Science church of New York was dropped from the rolls of the Chris flan Science church by order of the board of directors It was announced that the directors had found tho charges that Mrs Stetson was working against the interests of the church and contrary to the teachings and practice of Christian Science to be proved and true A ScoldedBoysshrieks horrified his grandmother Mrs Maria Taylor of Nebo Ky who writes that when all thought he would die Buck lens Arnica Salve wholly cured him Infallible for Burns Scalds Cuts Corns Wounds Bruises Cures Fe verSoros Bolls Skin Eruptions Chilblains Chapped Hands Soon routs Piles 25 S at Pennys Drug Store For Men of Fashion Hart caner 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 t 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 sureJ of such quality in your clothes it pays you s That makes it pay us We sell these clothes for 4thegood of our customers as well as for ours I This store is the home of HART SCHAFFNER MARX Clothes Suits 20 to 35 Overcoats 15 to 25 Pj We carry other wellknown brands jr from 500 tO i5oo t Cummins a WearenSTAN- FORD KENTUCKY FARMFORIRENTI Mr farm of 130 acres TO of which li cleared land It for rent privately 25 acres are sowed In grass remainder for cultivation corn and tobacco on share In Graded Hohool district HIM dwelling of sir rooms two stone chImney two lire places took barn nnd tobacco barn and other outbuild ing W M MUHrirr Klngi MountalnKy Vo Guy IF u R 3J Kidos and l1 Wool FetoiallownewagClneeag GnMenSeaUYcEawRooO Mar Apple Wild Ginger etc Wart dealer ntaM JOSOTir Wietorayia LmJmIeall J cu do better tot jot Uitn ignU er coosxnca tnereJuoti Rcferencr wellurpice list and Uptieghp Me Sab l lens 2291 Market St LOUISVILLE KY I HlB NORTHCOTT if J Will Pay the Highest Market Price for Tur keys See him before selling Call 153 Stanford Ky c Y I Y H B NORTHCOTT Stanford 9 qf C iF The Interior Journal E c WALTON SEEMS to us that the Danville Advocate has not the proper appreciation of Congressman Harvey Helm who ha done so much for Danville and Boyle county It is trying with might and main to give him opposition and great will be that papers disappointment If it does not succeed It will be remembered that the 50000 appropriation ee cured by the late Ion George G Gil bert for a government building at Dan ville would have only been a onestory squatty structure as 10000 of the amount had to be expended for the site Mr Helm took up tho matter and secured a further appropriation of 30 000 and now the building will be a most sightly ono and commensurate with its surroundings He has cared for Boyle county people in every way possible and now his efforts are directed to having the cemetery at Perryville Converted into a National Park and he has reasons to believe that he will succeed Mr Price the Advocates standing rand r date is a fine young man and doubtless would make a good Congressman but Mr Helm has had experience at Wash ington and is now in position to do his constituency more service than he has has ever been able to before and much more than Mr Price or any other new man could Give Mr Helm another term if he wants it and in turn he will give to the people of the Eighth district splendid official service and in slang parlance a run for their mon eyeTUB INTERIOR JOURNAL joins the press and public in all the good things they are saying about Judge M C Saufley for governor Like a great many other people we think he is the logical candidate and if he can be induced to run we have no fear of the reo suit either in the race for the nomina tion or in the final election A polishes speaker a splendid lawyer a good citi zen and a sterling democrat he would make a model governor and heres hop fug that the people of this grand old Commonwealth will sore day not fat distant have him as chief execu tive TilE next session of the Kentucky General Assembly which will convene in the new Capitol at Frankfort the first week in January will be mainly conspicuous by the small number of Republicans who will assist in making r up the body Complete returns from every one of the 138 senatorial and legislative districts show that the Dem ocrats will have 60 majority on joint ballot Thus it will be seen that what ever legislation is done will be charged to the democratic party This should make the Representatives and Senators move very carefully and consider well before they act c IN an opinion written by Circuit Judge W H Sanborn of St Paul Sat urday the United States circuit court for the district of Missouri held that the Standard Oil Co of New Jersey was an illegal corporation and ordered that it be dissolved It was authorita tively stated by officers of the Stand ard Oil Co that an appeal would bo taken from the decision as that had been the general understanding between counsel on both in the suit THE foot ball record so tor this sea son is as follows Total deaths 29 total injured 209 College players J killed 6 High School players killed 22 Athletic club members killed 1 College players injured 165 High School players injured 29 Athletic club members injured 6 And still there are thousands who claim that foot ball is the proper exercise for college students and others t TilE E FFAutomobllo Co left two grips which were said to contain Nationaltopened they were found to have only a few paving bricks In them Chauncey Hammond former paymaster of the company and who was familiarizing his successor with his duties is under ar rest charged with making the ex change CALLING for cooperation on the part of the women of other churches the t South Carolina Baptist Womans Mis sionary Union launched movement de signed to put a stop to the wearing of hats in church The resolution de r Dounclnt the peach basket and t merry widow styles of headgear for Sunday wear was passed amid great enthusiasm Let the good work con tinue Yorkcftwere 6321 deaths an annual rate of 143 and 9930 births an annual rate of 2G8 There doesnt seem to be much prospect of race suicide in the countrys metropolis KENTUCKY had a democratic gover nor a short while Wednesday Hon Conn Linn president pro tilnoC the Senate held the reins for a few hours 7 Guy Willson and Lieut Goy Cox both j being out of the State I Gov WILLSON was a little late in do L ingso but he finally Issued his I Thanksgiving proclamation He has been too busy with his tin soldiers to pmy attention to trivial affairs u d This and That Lockjaw is killing many cattle and horses in Graves county The postoffice at Belleville Brow county Indt has been discontinue after running for over 100 years William W Va makes its two saloons pay 7000 each for city license Bristol Va imposes a license of 300 barroomsTom Joe Gilford and Alec Hill Negroes were legally hanged at Floyd La for the murder of Moses T Brock prominent farmer of West Carrol parishSamuel Gompers was unanimously reelected president of the American Federation of Labor at its convention at Toronto Canada The Federation decided to hold its next annual conven tion in St Loui- sTwentytwo entombed miners were rescued alive Saturday from the St Paul mine at Cherry Ill and over 70 others in another section of the mini are reported to be alive Rescuing par ties are prosecuting the search with great vigor The whole atmosphere in the little town was changed by thi news and grief was changad to joy Into joy for some and hope for others CHURCH MATTERS Remember the Thanksgiving service at Logans Creek church Thursday night previously announced Special business meeting to be held at the Baptist church next Sunda morning promptly at 1030 AH member are requested to be present Deacons Rev J Murray Taylor of Stan ford has been recently called to the pastorate of the Centennial Baptist church in Washington much to the gratification of the congregation Mr Taylor is regarded as one of the nota bly bright and rising young men in the Baptist ministry He was educated In Georgetown and at the Baptist Theo logical Seminary in Louisville Before assuming the pastorate at Corinth Mr Taylor hold charges at both Corinth am South ElkhornWashington dispatcl to CourierJournal POLITICAL William W Bradley has been appointed postmaster at Phil Casey county vice J B Carson deceased- It is said that when Mayor Head went to Louisville 25 years ago he had only five dollars in his pocket Judge A D Ford will certainly qual- Ify for county judge in January if he lives reports to the contrary notwith standing Lancaster Record Theodore Roosevelt will be a candi date for Governor of New York in 1910 is the prediction of Congressman W W Cock of the Oyster Bay New York district William Loeb Jr Collector of the Port of New York announced the re moval from the customs service of 101 employes and attaches of the weighing and other divisions of the customs- A Washington dispatch says that a strong effort is being made to have J A Craft retained In his position as collector of Internal Revenue for the Lou aville district regardless of the fact hat Ludlow F Petty of Shelbyvllle Is on the slate fixed up by Senator Bradley and the three republican Con treBsmen from Kentucky HUSTOHVILLE Adams Bros have moved into their plendid new building and a cordial in Ration is extended to all to give them a callNext Sunday night at 630 at the Ihriatisn church mission song service with an interesting program will be enderod All invited On Wednesday evening 24th at AI orns Opera House an entertainment will be given by Prof Knabb Co rhich can not be excelled on the professional stage The prices are 15 and 25 cents Wilburn Prlvltt who lived for many ears on the South Fork of Green river In this county was found dead in his bed He was 82 years old and leaves a wife and eight children all of whom are married He was buried in Point Pleasant cemetery in the presence of a large concourse of sorrowing friends and relatives MATRIMONIAL John L Anderson of Washington City and Miss Carrie Currey of Lancaster will be married Dec 8 n To PRINTERS This office has for sale a lot of display and body type which has been used very little a medium sized nposipg stone a lot of cases end several cone pulleys Will go cheap if sold at once INTERIOR JOURNAL office Stanford Ky The little Candy Cold Cure Tablets Called Preventics will in a few hours safely check all Colds or LaGrippe Try them 4825c Sold by Pennys Drug Store L William Frick nephew of H Clay Frick the steel magnate lies badly injured in a hospital at Lima 0 as the result of a in the apartments of a womaiftgivlng her name as dams of Toledo a S Twenty million false teeth are sent to England from this country every year n A tickling ordry cough can bequlck ly loosened pith Dr Shoopi Cough Remedy No opium no chloroformI nothing unsafe or harsh Pennys Drug Store Austria is the country most lenient to murderers A very small percentage of those convicted are execu- tedAuctioneer r I otter my services to the of Un at an auctioneer IIntlltRlltlon guaranteed II W MoWHOHTKU foreland Ky H V V No J FOR RENT I For 1010 my farm of 02 acres at Grub Orch ant 8 to 10 acres of nne tobacco land bal ante for corn meadow and pasture lor further Infortnntlou call on J ward Moo- nUrnborchordtKyor address me nt lIen CIIAS It sumltTON Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to n Judgment of the Lin coin circuit court rendered at the Norem br term low in the nctlon of W 11 Jlig Bins Guardian Mn Hnbrn M Price te the underllllnJ comminlone tattlersMONDAYDEOISp10 In front of the now court house In Stan ford Kynt about 1 oclock IV M otter for sale at publlo outcry to tho highest and bet bidder on a credit of six months n hour and lot near the t In Or b Orchard IIn coin county Koo bounded thus Begin ring at n stone In the edge of the pike nun where stock scales Injunction of road lately stool thence with line sift road tl of the line of Mrs Alice Newland lot thence with her line N to lot of Jos Pleas ants thence sold line H with line of said pike to beginning contnlnln something over an acre The object of the auk II for a division of the proceeds The purchaser will bo required to execute bond for sale pries to the commissioner boarlnK II pe- ccntintereatfront dote of sale until paid having the force and effect of n Judgment and secured by lien on the property J II PAXTON MOi LO 0 P jr Mcllobsrts Atty for Plain- tiffCommissioners Sale 1 Lincoln Circuit Court In oldlence to a judgment of tht Uncoil circuit court rendered at the NovuuUx term 111 In the action of Fro Kesilln t Uuanlllntoo against Fred VonUrulnllan dct the undersigned commissioner wilt on MONDAY DEC fSlX at about 1 P M In front of the court houre door in Htanford for sale at pub lleoutery to the highestand bt bidder of- a credit of six month nn nmJlvhltt 115111 terost in the following lands on tho water of Lick Brandt of Hanging Fork In Ltn cola county Ky 1 A tract hounded on the East by the land of Alfred Blmpsons heirs on the West b the landsot Mrs Katherlne Ador and Iwivli Kennedy on the North the land of AI bert Vonurulntgan on the South by tllO county rondo J A tract of land bounded by the Innd of Mrs Kntherine Ador and others snore par tlcularly described In the petition which I referred to for a description The purchasers will be required to Klvi bonds with Rood security for the purchni rice payable to thecouuOsslanet bellrlngI- I percent Interest from date of sale unit paid having the force and effect of n judK went and secured by lien on the property sold J B PAXTON MO K H Alcorn Ally for Plai- ntiffPOSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of treeS passing on our places and will prosecute vi orators to the full extent of the law Miss Mottle Itewes Ilelchenbnch Bros Fred Itaumnon A T Traylor LllburnGoocb N II Pluuimer Will Nester HO Nunnelley J W Ilaughman J W Peck J K Ilruce David Hteveni John Onuenlscb WmUordler Dan Traylor M D Klraore GptllbOllck Fred Hnndorf JJ Thompson 1 M Anderson J F loser Mr and MrsJas U Ends A Klbnsa Mrs NJ Horton JJ Elliott Mrs Qeo Logan W K Uaugherty Krnnk Cordler Rev Father Leo DrrUPerryB- WGaines H II lUughinon Urloh Albrlgnt A U Mrs Margaret Oooch Jacob uonder ieoOUIvens WH Traylor Ham Roberts John Jnfer Amend Schaefer M J Hofinann KT lieazley A H MathBiiy L B darner MrsJ UOwsIey M Morgnni II L H T Harris HO W tkins JUHundley It HOrow Mrs Nannie II Good O K McOlure Anderson Oarr Anton Itonecker W M Dlshon Fred VonQruenlgan T L Hnughman Kate Ador Nlofllutz 3draRebecca H Oar Onter W Kopatz M K Lawrence John B Lee D Bevlers Christian Jacob Tom Kerrlll W W Pitman Fred Payk Alex Cooper J Nevln Carter E II Dnnbam Mrs W a Welch HOAnderson W DGooch true Gelszl TAhireReuben Curtis Chris Camenlscb James Smith Tlnsley Bpoonamore P W Carter AIOortlr nrlmezJK E Gaines Mrs Mnttle White Miss Mary Puppies Report ofhe Condi tion of THE FIRST NATIONAL RANK at Stanton in tho fltato of Kentucky at tho close of business Nov 18 1WW- KEBOUBOXfl Mans and Discounts 188308 3- 1iverdrnftssecurednndunsecured TW 23- T H Hands to secure circulation Risk oa remlunii on U 8 bonds Jfvo cu- ionds securities etc 4743 00 tanking house furniture and fix tuteew ID41 Bl Other real estate owned 8454 80- Duo from Nntionnl flank notre servo agents tJMA 80- DUQ from State A Private Hanks A Itanktrs Trust Cos 4Sav logs Hanks 5ItiT 11 Due fronjapprovedreserveogents 18400 76 hecks and other cash 1 terns 667 77 rotes of otherNntlonnl flanks Ibfi 00 rational paper currency nickel ent S8i S3 Lawful Money wnservo In Hank viz i Bnecle 10451 GO tender notes 244100 1JWB U tedemptlonfund with U B TrnIurer 8 per cent of circulation ft0 CO IOOr01 78 LIA1IILITIE- 8lapttal Block paid In KAOOO O- lurplus fund WOOO 00 prolits Jess expenses and tnxes pnlil 111225- 6tntlonnl Bank notes outstanding 40900 00- nuo to other National Ranks Hid y too to approved Heservo Agents I ndlvldunl deposits subject to check 1WOI5 21 emnnd Certnicntes of Deposits 79d 81 TIme cerUllcntcs of deposit Ifta 10 otestind bills redlscounted 851500 ills payable Including Certlfl- cfttea of Deposit for money borrowed PftlO 00 781RtateI John J MoIlobtTtnCashlurof the armed bunk do solemnly swear that the above statement Is truo to the bet of nowledgu and bollelISubscribed tb of Nov 190 Vf Bright NP PettuI1Jr H I MASONS MEET I Lincoln Lodge No 80 F A A M will nice In stated communication on each tint lId third Monday nights of ouch month at 113 oolockathelriellonmatn n toni Ky Members of sister lodttcs are tra ternally Invited to be present T W tan nlngton Nee a D CARTER New Llverv DepotStreetPhone 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING I am prepared todo all kinds ot surveyln and civil engineering promptly My work will be guaranteed my price urn ova sonnble Write me nt Ieltlnneyor call in over the telephone through the liustonvllli Exchange WAUTKK McKINNKY WANTED TO RENT SMALL FARM I lInt to rent a small farm of ao to Mi acres two or three miles irons Stanford Prefer land partly In cultivation and parti In grass Small home desired Address P Interior Journal Oillce Stan KkaN CLEMENS HOTEL I J L ELKIN Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKY Large outside rooms CoiuuurcliT travelers a specialty Special rates by weul or month The is R former LlnI coin county man and his friends should remember him when stopping In his town FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNTY FOR SALE I A one blue grass farm for sale sltualed on Ike near Point Leavell and six milesouth of Lancaster containing S acres well located In good neighborhood bel nit part of the John Walter tract with a hand some new twostory sevenroom resldenc thereon with all necessary outbuildings and never new ruinihamthrough TBKMA K 1Ib In hand balance one and 11two years front day of sale bearing six per Interest until JenonlookIDK for such writ or see V0VALKkaHtanfon- In tho District Court of theUnltml Slates for the Eastern district of Kentucky In bankruptcyIn of W P nradshaw a hank rupt On this 18th day of November A lJ hard on considering the petition of thi aforesaid bankrupt for discharge flied or- thel6thdnyoNovember A lJ JI1II It ii ordered by the court n hearing tw dad upon the seine on the tuh day of December- t 11111111 IJerorunld court at Covlngton In- Laid district nt 100cloekln the forenoono as near thereto as practicable and that notice thereof bo published one time In the InTCKion JOUR AL a creditors In said UUtrlct and all known and other persons In Interest causeIany lAid time ao1 plaeu and how they why the of IBlu pet1Honer- should not be granted Witness the Honorable A M J Cochran seal thereof at Illcutnonifln said district on the lath stay of November A D 111- 9JoaV NUM Clerk C Jlennett D C NOTICE Insure your Tobacco andTobacco Barns in the West End In surance Agency Get your policies written right in a good company by W J CAMPBELL HuEtonville Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to a Judgment of the Lin oln circuit court rendered nt the Novem ber term luoo In tho nctlon of J is Bryan dmr etc vs Elwood Totteietc the un lerslgned commissioner will on MONDAY DEC 18 1WO ounty court day at about I Poo In front ot the new court house In Stanford Ky otTer for sale at public outcry to the highest ind bet bidder on a credit of six months tho house and lot near Stanford In Lincoln lounty On the East side of the flea UIII1t Stanford turnpike bounded on the said on the North and Kant ptheland of John on the South bJ the land of W H Hill containing Hi pole und known as the old tollgateprop ertyTnt object of the sale Is to pay the In lebtednessof Mrs Mary U llrynn and dl vide the remainder among her heirs at law The purchaser will be required to execute bond for the price payable to the ommlulonerduo In six month healing II ter cent interest from date of sale until raid having the force and effect of u Judg men and secured brlien ion the property old The shares Infants rotten and VemTotten will remain a lien on the property until they attain the age of 21 unless their time Executes the land required by the Civil Oode J B MOL 00- O B BauUcy Atty for PlaIntiff Weak Women- Totad aflln women tiitVe U at teaR O- Dwar to help nut with that two treatments oust be combined One Is loaaJ oes U constltu both are 11a9ortaa both swetlaJ Dr1aoot Nlabt CUre ls the Local Dr RutnraUvo the Constitutional ThetormsrDrahoodsNight Cure Is a toptf l tucout membrane suppository remedr while Dr boops WjstoraUT is wholly an internal treat neat The RsstOTttlr reaches throughout the entire arRemJII8k1n the repair of all Brr all ana ailments no Night Cure as Its name doN ttt work while you sleep Isootbiporeandludaras- d mucous surUoftj heals local weaknesses and Ischarges whlls the ItesktnUre eases nervous idumeot tires renewed and ambition build ap wasted tissues bringing about rnswed irenxth Ti or Dr Sboous to testoiaure thsiyiUsn T Fozpossitlncealbelp ussus- walDr Shoops Night CurePENNYS MUG STOREI i 1 I Shoes For Service 1 Thats what you want today A shoe that will stand the briars rocks and water for the HUNTER and the LABORER Look well youIEase or Honest Mike Try a pair and you will see our judgment on Shoes for Service is correct Regular and high tops 350500 I650 and 750 a pairf+ c H J McROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY mmm 1 m The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil is a most Valuable Tonic and Builder of mStrength It is Coughs Especially and HealthandI m Sold under a Guaran Ileeat I sa ws1 PENNYS DRUG STOREIA Stanford Kentucky1 mBB B iasdi+ IivdEalJhaAada fOR THANKSGIVING 0 ov ty tv tit r You owe tbo outside quite as important a Thanksgiving duty as yoAf to your inside and the our ehould not be neglected for the other Don o out to dinner looking shabby and careless nor should you invite friendeto- line with you and mako them sorry they came every time they look vup from the pinto and happen to see you Fix yourself up I J 4j 4 New Clothes Certainly Price Leave that to ue Wo will eco to it youro not overcharged Good Advice Ill take it Jis iAK W E PERKINS l Crab Orchard Ky d 1I 4 I J 1 4 r t l c i+ 4 Suit Offerf f Special i lev Vt 4 t rf- We 1 have made a special price on a number of 118 to 822 Tailor Suits for remaindci of November of only 815 Look at these before r ti you b UJ v t yJ I rL 1 SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY il i The Interior Journal STANFORD KY Nov 23 1900 f vi SOME great bargains In box piper are being closed out to room for new ltok at 1tnnya Drug Store I PERSONALS y JOHN JONES spent a few days In Lex Ington Miss BERTHA McCUJRE visited Crab Jt Orchard friends MRS J F HOLDAX visited Crab Orchard relatives BORN to the wife of Sam K Dud derar a daughter JOHN OtfSLBY REID spent several days In Loutoville Miss DILL FE LAND of Uanvlllo visited friends here MR J W ACEY visited his daughter at Somerset last week MR L W HUGHES will go to Atlan ta tonight to visit a friend MR L C WHIIT of Preatonburjr 4 t WM hero at court last week L MRS ANSI HUSRELL of Lebanon was with friends here taut week MESSRS 8 T HARRIS and J S- Hocker attended Lancaster court l3J WELCH ROCHESTER spent several day with his sliter at MIddlcsboro MR W It McKINNEY attended tho millers convention at Lexington last nfweek- Ti MRS It W KEENON Is In Louisville rJor a 10 days stayHarrodsburR Hor aid MR W G WITHERS Is back from gr Hooslerdom where he has been at work t PETER BALMEH and wife of Shive ly this State are with friends in this- county rk MRS J S OWSLEY returned Friday from a protracted visit to her parents- atr Franklin MRS 0 G PERRY and Miss Bettlo Perry spent several day with Madison county relatives MRS E G DICK of Crab Orchard ji the guest of Mrs Louis Landram y Richmond Register JOHN B NEVIUS and family of Leb Y anon Junction spent last week with their homcfolks here SlR WILL S RICE and wife of Liv ingston have been guests at tho home I of Mr WllliamFIelds MESDAMES G C RIFFE and Jesso Carpenter of Hustonville were here for a short while Friday Miss PAULINE HOCKER went to Lex 4 Ington yesterday to see her sister at Transylvania University J CABBEU WOODS who has been with his mother and sister here for a month returned to Cincinnati Saturday Miss SARAH BAUGHUAN has gone to Hlndman Knott county to tako a pool tion in the C W B M school MR J ROY B ROSE wife and son of Etowab Tenn spent Saturday and- Sunday with her parents at Huston vile MR J M LONG and wife spent soy eral dAYs with her brother Mr John Carrier at Fittabunr lie Is very low with cancer MESSRS Ron Wllirr Gus Klnkerand J L Rout and Mrs Tate of Louis ville accompanied the remains of Eddie Farias Rout to this place CAPT R R GENTRY will move his J family to Frankfort next week Our people are glad to know that they will r1- M tot leave Stanford permanently RJ W CARBON and family have 0 moved from the Turnersvillo section to Burnside Lincoln county people In general give up this good family with r much regret t MR ALEX A SHARPB who has made Manager H C Wray of the Stanford Telephone Exchange a splendid as sistant has returned to his homo in Mercer George Burdette has succeed edhimMRS W LOGAN WOOD who has l been quite ill is much improved Mrs c JE Claunch who has been visiting Mr and Mrs W Logan Wood return ed to her home In Somerset yesterday Advocate f prettybrido1 Mrs W H Mueller + was Mils Ellen Lancas tor and she Is a beautiftrilikely wo man Mr take a position with Mr Mueller the Jeweler t until the first of the when ho will j engage In business at Lawrenceburg LOCALS EVERYTHING geod to eat for Thanks giving at Farrle NEXT month is Xmas see tho line of W H Mueller the jeweler ROAST that turkey In a Llsh roaster It is the best Gee H Ferris Agt CHRYSANTHEMUMS at COc per dozen with vines Ed Hubbard Stanford J H BAUGHMAN Cos mill will bo closed Thursday 25thThanksglving I IF you arc looking for fresh oysters and celery go to J D Hortons restau rant You can Ret all tho Ingredients for that Thanksgiving black cake at G D Hoppers m SEND your orders today to W H Higgins for supplies for your Thanks giving dinner THE grandestplay of Xmas goods I over shown will be at Farris store Date will appear next Issue THE person who borrowed my roofing tools will please return them I need them now J A Allen Stanford AT the pie social at Walnut flat schoolhouse some evenings ago plea sold as high ai 120 The total amount raised was 1930 THOSE who fall to pay their taxes In tho Crab Orchard graded school district by Dec 1 will be advertised Gco W Bronaugh Treasurer TUB Ladles Aid Society of tho Chris tian church at Crab Orchard will give a bazaar and exchange in J C Magces vacant storeroom on Dec 11 FOR SALE Thoroughbred Bronze Turkeys Pekin Drakes and White Wy- andotte Cockerels Mrs James N Cash Turnersvillo Phone No 992i IrI WILL be at Hustonvlllo Saturday Nov 27 to collect taxes Tho penalty Is added Dec 1 Pay up and save tho penalty T J Hill shunt Lincoln county FARM FOR SALE 115acro farm on DIx river four miles North of Stanford and near Hubble Improvements fairly good and splendid now barn J F Rigney Son Stanford THE pupils of the Moreland Bellcvicw High School will give an entertainment and box supper on Thanksgiving night 25th The entertainment will be free Tho proceeds of tho sale of boxes will be given to tho High School library W L NEAL n mittens for his homo paper from Kimberley Utah adds this postscript I am very glad Indeed that tho were so successful in old Lincoln Am always delighted to hear of democratic sue cessJOHN ADAMS killedand John McCormick also colored was seriously wounded in a shooting boo during the exercises of the colored school near Moreland McCormick Is under guard and will be brought tojail hero as as he Is able to be moved C LESLIE CARTER of Lexington tells us that the pumpkin stories we have been printing are small affairs compared with a pumpkin he raised while farming In Garrard This mono ster was five feet and nine inches in circumference 29 Inches long and weighed 110 pounds Bring on another pumpkin W F MANN who has so many theatrical successes to his credit will prea sent at Waltons Opera House on Saturday I Dec 4 Tempest and Sunshine This play la a dramatization of Mary J Holmee famous novel and is a per fect transcript of life Its characters are real people whose troubles und joys are real as their comedy and pathos The cast includes some of the very best known players in the profession IPIANORECITALfhls program will be rendered tho Graded School beginning at 3 oclock this Tuesday afternoon Enchanted Bells Rathburn Anna Lee Barker Fourth Mazurka Godard Mary Elizabeth Mc Kinney LElegantc Wachs Josephine Price Carpenter Return of SpringI iMoelling Mary Moore Raney Valao Durand Vera Totten Second Mazurka Godard Anno Davis McRobertsuI Gavotte from Third English Bach b Source from Third Suite for Cello Bach c Bouree from Second Preamble from Sixth ViolinSonata Bach Kate Newland No admission fee will be charged I NEW line of guns at Whites store WANTEDbuyapiano Emil Greenberg WATCH dateof holiday opening next Issue FarrisSFOR nlco holiday presents go to Mueller jewelry store FOR thatare beautiful nnd lasting go to W II Mueller T OYSTERS celery cranberries dress ed fowls fruits and nuts at Farris OUR store will bo I next Thurs dsy Thanksgiving W H Higgins JOHN n WONER sold to John W Walker of Garrurd his fine bird dog for 25 WANTED to buy a good Lincoln coun y farm of the value of 20000 to 30 000 Address Lock Box 201 Stanford Ky READ the advertisement of Murphy Acton the uptodate Kings Moun taro merchants Something of Interest to you dSTim Ladles Aid Society of tho Cral Orchard Baptist church will have a pin supper at the court house there Friday night OUR mill will be closed Thursday Thanksgiving Supply yourself with coal and feed today and Wednesday J H Baugbman Co Foa SALE Beautiful fiveroom cot tage garden barn lot and barn on Logan avenue Price and terms to lult purchaser Cicero Reynolds TALK with me before buying a typewriter and see sample at my home T A Brackett local agent for Standard Typewriter Exchange New York Tim D footballteam of Dan vile will play the Stanford High Schooleleven here Wednesday after noon at 3 oclock Dont fall to see it Admission 25c MR C L DAWES 4 sourthanks for valuable assistance with our gasoline engine Ho understands machinery and can fix anything and Is clever enough to help his friends out In a time of trouble TEMPEST AND SUNSHINE a drama tization of Mary J Holmes1 popular novel will be seen at Waltons Open House on Saturday night Dec 4 The comedy is amusing and the love story prettily told I PAID INSURANCE Deputy State com mander A C SIno has received a check for 1075 held by the late Ceo Pendle ton in tho Maccabeca This claim was settled in 10 days after death Mr Sine turned the check over to bcne flclarles UNION Thanksgiving services will beheld at the Baptist church Thursday 1at 1030 A M Rev J J Dickey pas tor of the M E Church South will deliver the address The music will bi rendered by the combined choirs of the churches 4 QUITE a big number of too previous hunters were rounded up by Game Warden Joe Salleo and the expenses of their doings amounted to 10 each and costsSomerset Republican We are glad that there Is one game warden in Kentucky who attends to the job to which he was appointe- dHEwf1TEddiioo Fariss Hewitt IE yearold son of Mrs Ella Hewitt of Louisville and grandson of Mr Joe H Rout of this place died of scarlet fever and diphtheria after a protracted illness and the remains were brought here and interred in Buffalo cemetery Friday morning after services at the grave by Rev J J Dickey He was a bright manly little fellow and his untimely death is greatly regretted HUFFMAN Mra Elizabeth Huffman relict of John Huffman died at her homo near Gilberta Creek Thursday night of troubles incident to old age She Is survived by flvochildren Messro O Perry Huffman of this placo John and William Huffman of tho Gilberta Creek vicinity James Huffman of Dane Okla and Mrs Lizzie Estes Her husband died some 40 years ago she had alnco made her homo with her sons Messrs John and William Huffman Deceased was 80 years old and for many years had been a devout member of the Christian church She was a moat excellent woman and tho byhertC 7 f rf o 4 New i Newwi t311jrl 1t if h Mercerized Altoraan a new wash fabric looks like silk wears better Black Navy Alice Rose Green Hello Special price 30c i t t H I NEW line of shoes at Whites store EVERYTHING Thanksgiving at Whites store MEAT cutters lard presses sausag stuffers lard cana etc at W H Higgins Go to the piano recital this afternoon and encourage the players by your interest FOR the greatest reduction in mil livery especially wings and all fans trimmings go to the Misses Straub TILE piano pupils of the graded school will give a recital in the Auditoriun AdImission Turncrsville will give an oyster supper in the schoolhouse near the church from 4 to 9 Saturday evening next 27th Everybody invited OLD APPLE Mr RRussellfamiliarly known as Doc brought to Mr Mack Huffman from his farm be tween Highland and Ottenhelm Satur day an apple that he raised in 1906 It was sound and good and looked as if it might bo kept another year or so Owe West End will have an opportunity of seeing an amusing and novel entertainment at Alcorns Opera House Hustonville on Wednesday night November 24th Joe Knapp will present Daniel tho Ventriloquist and slight of hand man who has both pleas ed and amazed myriads of people Ad mission 15c and 25c Go- AT the windup of the November term bf court Saturday the bar passed resolutions commending and thanking Circuit Clerk James F Holdam for his splendid record for the past 12 years A number of touching speeches were made and the clever gentleman who will leave us Jan 1 must feel proud of tho good feeling and esteem he ia held in by the lawyers and others here Our people will give up Mr and Mrs Holdam with sincere regret FOR SALE OR RENT One house for saleorrent containing 7 rooms 3 fruit RoodoutbulldlnciontheBomerset pike 4 pnrtlcuIAnJOE KNAPP Presents DAN I E L The Ventriloquist and Slight of Hand Artist at Alcorns Opera IIouscHus tonville Ky Wednesday Nov 24 Thanksgiving Eve Two hours of fun and mystery Children 15c adults 25c Report of tho Condition of LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK at KentuckTAtHr ounCES Loan and Discounts SUBOT MIOverdraft secured and unsecured 21847 U8 Monde to secure circulation roM do Banking house furniture and IU 00Due81Dueand llankcriTruit Companies and Savings lank Ill 90 Duo f vcd reserve agents SO70 SfS Checks and other cash Items 2V17 68 Notes of other National flanks tO 00 Fractional paper currency nickels 87Lawfulnil Hpec1eIIJ04 00 1T10400Redemptionurer l6 per otof circulation 00 408421 M LIAHILITIBH e0furpluiUn hldld profit less expenses 88KatlonalDuo to other Nat hank 9111 M Duo to Htnto nnd 1rl nte Uank HiinfcerH 310 W Individual deposits sub Jectto chtCk 219009 SS 03Lllllsof deposit for money borrowed 87600 o- 014o to Htntuof Kentucky County of Lincoln isl I W M Bright Cashier of tlieabove unnied ImiiK do solemnly swear that the above itatnmvntls true to the I test of know sdge and belief W M BRlQUT00shler- Hubscrlbed and sworn to before me this BthiluyofNovllW JJ McHoberUNi Correct Attestt Jn B II Shanks J n Paxton Directors r o H I L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin I r WINTER GOODS 1 Winter is about here and it will pay you to look throughour 1 stock before buyingISec our line of Scarfs Underwear Outing Dress Goods Shoes Hosiery Skirts Ginghams Novelties Etc Etc This stock has been carefully selected and wo absolutely know our prices are right We invite comparison on any article in our store and wo guarantee quality and prices to be equal to any in town and in a good many cases the price to be lower and the quality to be better Y I i 1 HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY rr WALTONS OPERA HOUSE STANFORD Saturday Dec 4 1909 I W F MANN Presents MISS DOLCE MELROSE and MISS MADGE THURSTON IN Tempest AND Sunshine A Dramatization of MARY J HOLMES Famous Novel 1 A Beautiful Story of Southern Life 2ND SUCCESSFUL SEASON Special Scenic Production Prices 25 50 and 75c Reserved Seats on Sale at SHUGARS 1 TANNERS M G MURPHY J W ACTON Just think of it Tho person that buys goods on time and pays hi accounts has to pay enough extra to makeup for the ones that do not pay or tho merchant has to goout of business Remember we save you money on each purchase MenV extra heavy overalls Ole mens heavy fleeced under wear 44c per garment a full suit for 8Sc1 full line of misses nnd ladies underwear 94n up to 40c hens heavy workshirts 4Uc the best outings any color 9Jc per yard heavy Dress Ginghams JWc Apron Gingham 6iand 71c 84 patent shoes 353 84 vici kid and box calf shoes 353 mens broigans 125 nnd so on Arbucklcs coffee ISc a regular 20c bulk soiree 17ceBon Don Baking Powder 4c Arm Hammer Soda 4c keg soda 2 Ibs for 5c Capital Matches largo box 4c Ohio River Salt 280lb barrel 160 Dont forget to call for n copy of our monthly price list on or after the 15th of each month MURPHY ACTONlTho Cash Bargain Store Kings Mountain Ky Bring Your Cattle and Mules to Stanfo- rdNoonelleys a New Stock- yardsal1e Art now completed nnd arc really for all kinds of live stock with good covered pens and plenty of feed and water Firstclass nccom modations and charges reasonable Your support and patronage cordially solicited 1 bone No I Court Day Second Monday- I M BRUCE Assistant c ct 1 The Interior Journal MnUredinlhe FoR OJlice oJ Stanford III UMwtciau safer Ifl VLtfl L at N TIME TABLE No rl South il2e P K No Si HOUtU 10MS A K No 24 North 4 MO A It- No22Northai43 P x NoT710SlA M No I40rM JOS S RICE Agont A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building FARM FOR SALE I i r The farm of acreof good blue Gnus land one mile North of McKlnneyon the Stanford pike Improvement and fencing good of fruit Also 125 acres of timbered land one mile fast of McKtnney fence plenty of water and g tobacco land see grow ngcrop JAQIVKNBAgent McKlnneyKy Fall and Winter Stockpat- ieenceirThenyourclothes whetheralow- price a or finest evening clothe Individuality and at which painlyIndicate they were made to your measure I will also take your meal ere for extra trousers fancy vests top coatit and overcoat Fall and winter samples on hand ready for your Inspection 110 ROPLKY The Tailor Stanford Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the bet as well es the freshest of cut flower plant of- an kind bulbs potted flowers on short once Also make a specialty of wreath purposesIn above I have an kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prices OHHISTMAN QUERN HOUSES ED HDUUARD Pawn Stanford Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Tarns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone ts omce PS Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedCONCRETING We are osltlontodonllktnds of con emoting such as lllock Work Pavements and In fact we can make any thing from r Louse down to a fence post We can servo yon promptly and guarantee llrtclai pricesbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford K- yINSURANCE R B MAHONY Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLiveStockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount JLBeazleyCo UndesUtcers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugr They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Rigb STAMFORD KENTUCKY J Ce McClary Undertaker Embl Imer and Paaler lnt arness Saddler 1 STANFORD KY ter fJ a81G7 =Homerbono 01 t r FARMERS DEPARTMENT Sam M Owens has sold his tobacco at15cJohn Golden a Graves county farmer raked a 12 pound turnip FOR SALE25 650pound cattle W P Logan Stanford R F D No1 Frank Tamme paid W D Moore 19000 for a 2M acre farm near Atoka Boyle county- J F Robinson sold at Lancaster yesterday to Bright Fox a pair of work mules for 450 C R Martin bought a bunch of hogs at 7c He sold 10 steers to M J Far ris at 41cAdv ocate A crop of Mason county tobacco brought 2550 at Maysville Tho American Tobacco Co bought it J M Craig M F Craig and M H Brown sold 1100 turkeys in one bunch to Lancaster and Richmond parties at S110Mt Vernon Signal- J H Thompson sold 18 yearling mules to A J Vokcly of Tennessee at J123 Logan Thompson sold him a pair of yearling mules for 325 FOR SALE Three Tamworth boars by the champion Dixon and out of an imported sow Will weigh 150 pound Sam K Dudderar Stanford phone 123x A red sow with scar on left hip weighs between 200 and 250 pounds left my place Nov 9 Information leading to her whereabouts will be greatly ap predated C C Gover The total value of cotton exports from the United States for the month of Oc tober 1909 as shown by a bulletin is sued by the Department of Commerce and Labor reached the enormous sum of 88883350 In no one month previ ously have such exports ever reached the eighty million mark LANCASTER CouRTTbere were about 150 cattle on the Lancaster mar ket yesterday most of them of an in ferior grade Prices ranged from 2c for butcher stuff to 4c for yearlings and twoyearold steers The mule market was very active and high prices ruled Nothing much in horse trading was done The crowd was large BARGAIN 354 acres of good land of which 100 acres is bottom land eight room dwelling two good stock barns new tobacco barn 36x96 ice house buggy house two corn cribs etcj 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 PREACHERSVILLE J K Sutton went to Lancaster to see his sister Miss Fannie who has been quite ill- Walter Jordan WlS shot in the face a few days since by careless hunters The wounds are slight but came near striking his eyes We might look 40 States over and not find a more obliging careful and punct ual church sexton than the Baptist church has in the person of William Ranke He is at his post hot or cold rain or shine Mrs Judith McCall of Brodhead vIs- Ited Mrs E Foley Misses Fannie and Ella Thompson of Danville visited Miss Hallie Brown in Garrard John Carpenter and familyof Oklahoma are visiting the W H Cum ThomrsonSunday James Curtis and wife of Garrard visited B T Lunsford and wife Miss Fannie Carpenter was the attractive guest of Mrs W H Cum minsA few days since we overheard a young man in his teens telling another of the same age how he was going to put a ladder to the window of nis sweetheart and carry her off if the old man dont come my way The little fellows gestures were most ve hement and fire flashed from his eyes While we feel almost a brotherly inter est in these youngsters we fain would put a bee in old mans bonnet A hint to the wise is sqmcient John Rigsby bought 53 cattle InCa sey at from 3I to A J Yokely bought of W H Cummins a pair of fouryear old mules for 350 of Geo 0 ipoonamore a pair of yearlings for a mule each from W H Brown P B and J F Thompson for 140 Charles Rigsby sold a fouryear old harness mare to Dr J A Harmon of Crab Orchard for 185 Kills Her Foe of 30 Years Tim most merciless enemy I had for 20 years declares Mrs James Duncan of Hay nesvllle Mo was Dyspepsia I sutToied intensely after eating or drinking and could scarcely sleep After many remedies had fail ed and several doctors gave me up I tried Electrlo Bitters which cured me completely Now I can eat anything I am 70 years old and am overjoyed tq get my health and strength back dgaln For Indigestion Loss of Appetite Kidney Trouble Lame Back female Complaints Its unequaled Only 50o at Pennys Drug Store 9 The preacherMy poor friend do reguldrlyThe T in jail t It is the weak nerves that are cry ing out for help Then help them dont drug the stomach or stimulate the Htiartor 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 FOR SALE I Cover Hotel at Crab Orchard also store room Just caress street with post onie ad- Joining and a cottage or olllco of three rooms All necessary outbuilding- MllHOUUTmoOVRU Oral Orchard Kjr NOTICE 1 irserystockand well grown Price are reasonable AddrIll MnifMvKing Small Farm For FlentI C school0unfailing GoodnightAvenue old Koiisel place HOME FOR SALE I allnecounracre divided Into cow lot on which Is roomy GoaledonecornecofA II HOhTZOLAW Stanford Ky2 Fruit And Ornamsntal TrlI S OarIlen No Agents H F HILLENMEYER SON- SLexington Ky FARM FOR SALE OR RENT Inthesell or rent lias two dwttllliiK one of four rooms and the other of two rooms Two cbeapdstfarmRitAVNEIIMcKinney TRIBBLE PENCE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phono 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford KentucKy PUBLIC SALE or Shorthorn Cattle 1 At GLENBUIINIE on TUES comcY1nnccsfrom distance Lunch served at 12 oclock Sale begins at 1 r M II P HAWKINS Stanford Ky R It No2 Dinwiddie z Co1- Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods I S Hocker President- S T Harris John J McRoberts Cashier H C Asst Cashr TURKEYS FOR SALE 1 Gobblers andb ithe I ngerdon 4 Oouger BBil Owen A llnrboo strain for Thoroughbred bronco large bone and beau tiful plumage Ins WI DIHMOX It It 1 Stanford Pbone 1It J J BELDEN ForHouseandOarringePntntlngandTrlmntinglaperRanging lug Shop opposite depot JJ nEiDKJcHtanford Kr Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to toll privately my tock of Oro eerie and Hardware Uolnaa Rood bull ness Will invoice about fiJXO Uea son Ill bottlth OEO D HOPPER Htimforil Ky Home For Sale I desire to sell prlvalelT tltT residence In Ornb Orclmrtl llouioof eight room and an acre of land Abundant outbulldlnffi optlon nine months Abundant water of the best variety Ono third cash and Imlunce In one and two year at 0 cenlnl v M DOOHKH Ornb Orchard Ky Harry Jacobs Pealer In nnd Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monu ments Marker and Posts Oometcry and Lawn Vntel and Settees Office and works Mo Kinney Ky Dr Willis Veterinary Burgeon k Uvntlst Stanford KentucKy Phone No P4 Calls answered promptlyday LiveryEarn Ge B Moroland Kentucky Now Fall Line Millinery now in Also New Furniture coming in al most daily Gt 11 PHUITT Ky REWARD Having suffered considerable annoyance gatelatchesmy gates on tbe county road that ems a1 farm have concluded to otter n reword for Information lending to the conviction of such lHflon or irons I will therefore give tbe lutn of pa for Infor mation leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties that have broken the latches on any of my gnteior that have sawed down or torn down any of my gates on the county rond which run from the Huitonvllle turnpike to tho Mlllfdiievllle lllIll1lveIbeto the arrest nnd conviction of any party or Marieoffense who In the future commit onT of the AugUllICommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court An directed by a Judgment of the Lincoln circuit court rendered at tbe November lonChttCllIalnncommissioner will on- MONDAY DEC 131100 county court day at about I P MM In front of the court house door In Stanton Ky offer for sale at public outcry to the tilglul and lest bidder on n credit of six mouths countyKyginning In the center of treet corner to omplon thence his fine M Wf E fie poles I link to his corner unHandldge thence his line N H K 7 poles II links to corneroiiiame thecae 14W M poles to the center of the Street thence with center of street H BH W 7 acrerood andtho B7 pole beginning containing 1 byIsaacville Hustonvllla turnpike road on the Wet y W Si Sandldge and on the South by Emma Owsley containing tour acres more or less The lots will be sold separate sty Tho object of the tale is to satisfy the In debtedness of George Ooocli deceased Tho purchasers will bo required toexeeuto bond with good security for the purchase price payaMtf to the couimlsslontr bearing per cent Interest from ditto or sale undl having the force oDd effect of n Judg mend And secured by lion on property sold J U PAXTON M O LoOO K K Alcorn AUT for Plaintiff FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN J882- CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety DepositJBoxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICERS VIcePresident Baughman WWSaandersBookkeepcr Morgan PRUITT Moreland DIRECTORS F Reid 1 H Baugbman M D Elmore J M Fottus H C Baughraan JF Cummin- S T Harris no C Robinson- W B OBannon J S Hocker C E Tate RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a 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 gum that is small compared with the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Naahville Tenn for information regarding our special Far mers Line rate If you are not at enjoying telephone service we KentuckyTennesseeIllinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL do TEL CQ twtoapouArgn V- v TCHESS ERg I I Easy in Any Position Full line Dutchew Trousers in latest Fabrics Worsteds Caahmcrci nnd Corduroys All guaranteed with plenty of style and snap 82 to 750 Call and inspect our line before you buy SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY e- I A Full Stockof Thanksgiving Sup plies at W He HIGGINSf Stanford Kentucky the Lincoln goumy national Bank r Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 4000000 Resources IJ 34000000 Si H SHANKS PRESIDENT WM BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT JW ROCHESTER ASST CASH H CCARPENTERBOOKKEEPERHVYS S DIHEOTOR3I J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T 0 Ran kin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor I Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Prcacheraville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Cre- ekHeadquartr for rI AMERICAN FENCE m galvanizedAmply straininputTurn Cattri Hirsts Hogs and Pigs EVERY ROD GUARANTEED jus and guaranteed by the manufacturers see We can show you how it will save you moneyand fence your fields so they will stay fenced FOR SALE BY GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford n u p V The Interior Journal MntertdintkePotlOjficeat Stanford 01 send ciate mailer L S N TIME TABLE No XI South lli8 P X No H South 1043 A Y- No24North440A x No 81 North 545 P M- NoI1lOM AM No 23340 PM JOS S RICE Agont A S PRICESurgeon Dontlst STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsloy Buildinp FARM FOR SALE I IThefarm of 140 acres of good blue grassland one mile North of McKlnneyon the Stanford pike Improvements and fencing good plenty of water fruit acres of timbered land one mile Rait of McKInney lence plenty of water and good tobacco land See grow BE crop J A GIVINR McKlnneyKy Falland Winter Stock have your measure taken by a tailor of ex perlence Then your clothe whether a low suit or the finest evening clothes will have thirt Individuality and fit which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will also tako your meas ure for extra trousers fancy ves ooatsi and overcoats Fall and Hunter samples on hand ready for your Inspection IL O BDPLBY The 1allo1J KY CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the bet as well as the freshest of cut flowers plants 01- all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths purposesIn above I have nil kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable JIr1celOlIUBT IA OltFEN HOUSES j EirHcBiiAHD Peon Htanford Ky Insurts Tobacco and Tobacco tarns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 34 Omce M Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedCONCRETING i We are In position to do all kinds of con eretlng such as Block Work Pavements and In fact we can make any thing from r Iiouse down to n fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee flrst clan prlcelbelore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford K- yINSURANCE R B MAHONY Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLiveStockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis count JLBeazleyCo u yin17 n A Unde takers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugp They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give v Them a Call Pricee Rigb STANFORD KENTUCKY Ja Ce McClary Undertaker Embalmer and isaler inF arness 8add lory- tTANFORDOi KY i 1 TMFkoaeim =iiomerbone 6 W JIlt FARMERS DEPARTMENT Sam M Owens has sold his tobacco at15cJohn Golden a Gravee county farm er raised a 12pound turnip FOR SALE25 650pound cattle W P Logan Stanford R F D No1 Frank Tammo paid W D Moore 19000 for a 266acre farm nearAtoka Boyle county- J F Robinson sold at Lancaster yesterday to Bright Fox a pair of work mules for 450 C R Martin bought a bunch of hogs at 7c He sold 10 steers to M J Far ris at 41cAdv orate A crop of Mason county tobacco brought 2550 at Maysville The American Tobacco Co bought it J M Craig M F Craig and M H Brown sold 1100 turkeys in one bunch to Lancaster and Richmond parties at 110Mt Vernon Signal- J H Thompson sold 18 yearling mules to A J Yokely of Tennessee at J123 Logan Thompson sold him a pair of yearling mules for 325 FOR SALEThree Tamworth boars by the champion Dixon and out of an imported sow Will weigh 150 pounds Sam K Dudderar Stanford phone 123x A red sow with scar on left hip weighs between 200 and 250 pounds left my place Nov 9 Information leading to her whereabouts will be greatly ape predated C C Gover The total value of cotton exports from tho United States for the month of Oc tober 1909 as shown by a bulletin is sued by the Department of Commerce and Labor reached the enormous sum of 88883350 In no one month previ ously have such exports ever reached the eighty million mark LANCASTER COURTThere were about 150 cattle on the Lancaster mar ket yesterday most of them of an inferior grade Prices ranged from 2c for butcher stuff to 4c for yearlings and two year old steers The mule market was very active and high prices ruled Nothing much In horse trading was done The crowd was large BARGAIN 354 acres of good land of which 100 acres is bottom land eight room dwelling two good stock barns new tobacco barn 36x96 ice house buggy house two corn cribs etcj two good cisterns the whole farm being well watered well fenced and lavs 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 PREACHERSVILLE J K Sutton went to Lancaster to see his sister Miss Fannie who has been quite ill- Walter Jordan was shot in the face a few days since by careless hunters The wounds are slight but came near striking his eyes We might look 40 States over and not find a more obliging ual church sexton than theBaptist church has in the person of William Ranke He is at his post hot or cold rain or shine Mrs Judith McCall of Brodhead vis- Ited Mrs E Misses Fannie and Ella Thompson of Danville visited Miss Hallie Brown in Garrard John Carpenter and family of Oklahoma are visiting the families of w II Cum Thompson Sunday James Curtis and wife of Garrard visited B T Lunsford and wife Miss Fannie Carpenter was the attractive guest of Mrs W H Cum minsA few days since we overheard a ycung man in his teens telling another of the same age how he was going to put a ladder to the window of nis sweetheart and carry her oil if the old man dont come my way The little fellows gestures were most ve eyesWhile est in these youngsters we fain would put a bee in old mans bonnet A hint to the wise is aqflicient John bought 53 cattle in Ca Yokelyboughtfouryear old mules for 350 of Geo O Spoonamore a pair of yearlings for 325 and a mule each from H Brown P B and J F Thompson for 140 Charles Rigsby sold a four year old harness mare to Dr J A Harmon of Crab Orchard for 185 Rills Her Foe of 30 Years Tho most merciless enemy I had for 20 years declares Mrs James Duncan of Haynesville Mo was Dyspepsia I Buffeted intensely after eating or drinking and could scarcely aleep After many remedies had fall ed and several doctprs 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 I dgaln For Indigestion Loss of Appetite Kidney Trouble Lame Back I feniale Complaints its unequaled Only Goo at Pennys Drug Store The preacherMy poor friend do regularlyThe 1 in Jail t It is the weak nerves that are cry- Ing out for help Then help Ui mr dont drug the stomach or stimulate the Heartor Kidneys That us wrong I 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 Penny s Drug Store Jp FOR SALE0 Dover Hotel at Oral Orchard also store room lust across street with post offlc ad- Joining and a cottage or olllco of three rooms All nccennry outbuildings MIl80iniTI800VKnCrab Orchard Ky NOTICE I grownonurseryStock AddressKing Mountain Lincoln Uo Ky Small Farm For Bent r for Good knight fllrm on DanlIIeA euuo rOllt for i 1004nightAvenueold Femzel pla- ceHOME FOR SALE I One story cottage of eight rooms anti nilnecessary outbuilding Lot contain one roomybarnplacelocltd A 11 HOWZOLAW Stanford Ky2 Fruit And Ornamental Trtis I Oarden No Agents H F HILLENMEYE SON- SLexington Ky FARM FOR SALE OR RENT inthesell or rent fini two dwellings one of four rooms and the other of two rooms Two cheapestfarm WNEItMoKlnney TR1BBLE PENCE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford KentucKy PUBLIC SALE O- FShorthorn Cattle I At GLENBURNIE on TUES DAY NOV 23 1009 Convoy antes both at Stanford and Danville Free of Charge for parties coining 12III HAWKINS Stanford Ky R R No2 Dinwiddied Hustonville Kyv Undertakers and Embalmers Wecar- ry an uptodate line of goods J S Hocker President- S T Harris J McRohorts Cashier H O Baughman Asst Cashr W W Sanndere Bookkeeper TURKEYS FOR SALE I dOongerandOwenThoroughbred bronze large bone and beau IJII1110NIt J Je BELDEN For Houio and Trim LockllllithIllgJ J DID Htnnfonl Ky Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to tell stock of Gro eerie nnd Hardware Italnff ft good bull ness Will invoice about ICAO Reason 111 health 1FO D HOPlKKHtanfordKy Home For Sale InOrnban acre of land Abundant outbuildings opHon nine months Abundant water of the bust variety One third cash nnd balance In one nnd two years at fl per cent DIt WM ixxmicH Crab Orchard Ky Harry Jacobs IVater In nnd Manufacturer of Marblo and Granite Monu monts Markers and Pose Cemetery and Lawn McKinney Dr Willis Morgan Veterinary Surgeon 4 Dentist Stanford Kentucky Phone No PIt Colls answered or night Located at H U Carters Darn G B FRUfTT Moroland Kentucky inI most dailyOt FnuiTT Morclnnd REWARD Having suffered considerable annoyance IIRteIRtchelmy gates on the county rood that rune ni farm have concluded to otter a reward for Information lending to the conviction of such person or persons I will therefore give tho sum ot IM for Infor motion leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties that have broken the latches on any of my gntcor that have sawed down or torn down any of my gates on the county road which runs Ram the IluitonvlllH turnpike to the Mllledaevlile turnpike through my farmland 1 will give the same nmount for Information leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties who In the future commit any of the above offenses AugullISJII Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court As directed by n Judgment of the Lincoln circuit court rendered nt the November tClgalnttcoiumlsslonerwill on MONDAY DEC U LIES county court day nt about 1 P MM In front of the court house door In Stanford Ky offer for sale at public outcry to tho highest and lest bidder on a credit of six mouths two lots in Mllledgevllle Lincoln county Ky the nrst of which Is thus described lie- ginning In the center of street corner to polrlIInkl I line N UK 7 poles H links to corneron same thecooB74 W M poles to the center ot the street thence with center of street 5534 W T acreSrrodand7opolelnningcontahingl bylanacvine A lluitonvule turnpike road on the west liy W r Hnndhlge IInd on the Houth by Emma Owsley containing four acres separately The object of the sate Is to satttfy the II- Idebtednes of George Gooch deceased The purchasers will be required to execute bonds security for tho purchase prIce puynbleto the commissioner bearin- gepercentlnterest from date of sale until paid having the force and erect of n Judg men and secured by lien on property sold J U PAXTON M O 100- K H AUy for Plaintiff FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 188- 2CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS J6500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety DepositlBoxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICERS VIcePresident John promptlydny Ky Alcorn DIRECTORS F Reid 1 H Baughman M D Elmore J M Petlusi H C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson W B OBannoa J S Hocker C E Tate RURAL TELEPHONESMR FARMER Make your home ns modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a 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 compared with the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Farmers Lino rate If you are not at enjoying telephone service we KentuckyTennesseeOIs tlfnOBPOKATRD DJUTCTROUSI I Easy in Any PositionF- ull line Dutches Trousers in latest Fabrics Worsteds Cashmcrcs and Corduroys All guaranteedlwith plentyof style nnd snap 92 to 8750 Call and inspect our line before you buy SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY iA Full Stock of Thanksgiving Sup plies at W H HIGGINSI Stanford Kentucky J the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Surplus Capital 5OOOOOO4OOOOOO Resources 34000000 r St H SHANKS PRESIDENT WM BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT JW ROCHESTER ASST CASH H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER CLERK DIRECTORS I J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W Is Shanks Stanford T 0 Ran kin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor I Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Prcacheraville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Cre- ekHeadquartars forI j1 AMERICAN FENCE d r I galvanizedAmplyeverlasting Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain ia put on it Does not mutilate or injure stock Taws Cain Nurses HIJS and Pigs EVERY ROD GUARANTEED byus and guaranteed by the manufacturers see We can show you how It will I save you moneyand fence your fields so they will stay fenced ft rOR SALE BY i GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford i