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One of the most enjoyable socials of tho 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-piof Richmond, Fannie Thompson, Kathcrino Melvin ond Anna Wilson, of Preachersvllle, Miss Anna Chancellor, of Walnut Flat, Ita Newlsnd, or Indiana, and Mr. Charles Snyder, of Louis ville. Delicious fruits were served and all tho latest games played and the young folks aro loud in praising Ed as host and entertainer and look forward to more socials at his hospitable home. Mr. David Newland and family have gono to housekeeping near the depot. Mr. Charles Snvdcr, of Louisville, is spending a few days with friends here. Mrs. Sallie Pennington has rented her farm to a Mr. Hamilton, of Oklahoma, and will leave for that State soon to visit her daughter, Mrs. E. O. Singleton. Mrs. Monroo Curtis, of Stanford, paid a short visit to her msny friends here this week. Mrs. Will Curtis has Mrs. been quite sick but Is better. Barker, who has been so sick, Is improving at the homo of her son, Pate King. Itcv. Walter Buchanan, of Louisville, is with his family at W. K. Buchanan's and has preached four inHe is teresting sermons at Hebron. quite promising young minister of tho Methodist church. Mrs. Itobt. Collier has returned from a visit to Brodhead friends. Mr. Davis, of Knoxville, is visiting tho family of Charles Garner. n, HEWS NOTES. citGeorgo P. McCann, a izen of Lexington, died of paralysis. Daniel Trigg, a prominent Virginia lawyer, is dead at Abingdon, that well-know- n Women's Home and Foreign Missionary Societies M. E. Church South. Topic: Christian M Hymn C3C, Watchman. 133. read In concert. 3 Prayer, Mm. C. It. Coleman. 4 Scrlpturo Mrs. Lesson, lit Thes. fl. Woods. C Tho Charm of Mission Stu- lv Mr. Marirarnt I,vnn. 7 "Tbo Sto ry of a Chinaman," Mrs. Joo Chancelof Christian Layman to lor. Save tho World. Mrs. W. U. Hrady. I Oouht to Study Missions, Should I Make Mrs. Dickey. lU-an OITorinir to tho S. H. M. School ? Mrs, C. It. Coleman. (Each ropeat a scripturo verse on Rlvinc as tho offer-I- n is tnken ) "Thy Klncdom Come." Mrs. Harris. Song CSC. Closo with : a Tucsdsv, 2 r Stato. - Education. satm 1 Why Lord's prayer. 340. Wednesday, 2 P. M. lesson, Malt. 25th, "That Will bo Glory for Mo." -A Mrs. J. A. Lovoll. paper on City Missions. Mrs. Dickey. 7- -A Message to tho Crusaders, Mrs. of Hcttlo Spoonamorc. Scripturo References on Tlthlnu. Mrs. Needs of Clay Kupley. the Kentucky Mountains, Mrs. T. D. 31-4- 0. onir, C- G. W. Allen. Sheriff of Rowan coun ty, was seriously injured In a runaway accident. d child of Lambcrth A Moss, of Horse Cave, was killed while playing with a shot gun. Over 3,000 pounds of roso potats are used in tho 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 tho New York Sun, died following an operation for appendicitis performed on Mon day The Kohinoor diamond originally weighed 800 karats, but by successive cuttings it has been reduced to IOC three-year-ol- karats. Tho Stato Board of Valuation and Assessment has made a preliminary in crease of tho whisky tax from to to $10 lesson, 2nd Cor. Cth MO, Mrs. Adelia Woods. C31. Mrs. Spoonamorc. World our Parish," Miss Anna Darst. 6 "Save America to Save tho IN HEIGHBORINQCOUNTIES. World," Mrs. J. J. Dickey. Should I Join V Mrs. Hottle SpoonaJohn Long was given 10 years for offering. morc. Free-wi- ll killing George Darby In Whitley. Mrs. John Burgo is dead at Junction A Tribute to Judge W. C. Bell. City. She was 30 years old and a By unanimous consent Judge J. W. daughter of Georgo Konscy. J. M. Martin, of Jessamine county, Alcorn was chosen as special judce and tho following testimonial adopted and was shot in the face and painfully hurt while hunting birds in Rockcastle. spread upon the records of tho court: Mike J. Kane, of Mt. Vernon, n voluntary retirement of Upon the Hon. W. C. Hell as circuit judge of the freight brakeman, fell from his train badly hurt. 13th judicial district of Kentucky, we, near New Haven ond was John Shcrrow died at his homo In tho Lincoln county bar, tho members of a short illness. offer to him and tho constituency ho North Garrard after ... .nrnl (hi. pxtirrjislon of our Per He was 7G years of age and leaves a children. sonnl and professional regard for him wif and six 10 jear old son of George as a learned and upright Judge, who, in Johnny, tho discharge of his official duties, has Bullock, of Rockcastle county, jumped the wagon and fell. at all times exercised his authority with onto a passing neck, killing A wheel passed over his him in that dignity and courtesy becoming the of refined instinct, and who stantly. gentleman The trial of Virgil Starns for killing in the hearing and determination of all his father in Pulaski county was conquestions In controversy beforo him. tinued until the February term of court. has impartially, as a trained lawyer o The youthful prisoner is in jail at and scholarly judge, applied tho max-im- s for safe keeping. equity und the rules of law. of Mrs. John B. Conner, whoso home is As an endearing evidence of our ap Nicholasvllle, was taken to a Lexpreclation of his worth, wo deliver to near hospital, suffering from what the declaration of our esteem, ington his hand this hospital physicians pronounce to bo the and causo a copy of tho same to bo case of the dread diteaso known spread upon the permanent records of first as pellagra ever known In Kentucky. this court. James Brown, a miner employed by H. J. W. Alcorn. M C. Saulley, J.Ows-le- the Bell Jelhco Coal Company, was badP. M McltoberU, J. S. Paxton, Harvey Helm, J. N. Saun- ly mangled on tho belt line railway, a few miles from Mlddlcsboro, while walkders, F. F. Ilobbitt, W. S Hurch. G His right leg and ing to the mines. H. Saulley, K. S. Alcorn, Thomas H. D. Florence, right nrm wero severed from his body Shanks, W. H. Shanks. G. and his left hand was torn utmost from T. J. Hill, Jr. C5J. 6-- "lho 7-- Why Dan-villy, 41u. OiTerinR In silItaney. ver. Benediction. Thursday 7 r. M. I Hymns C31 and 10-S- opk a barrel. As the result of blood poisoning re sulting from a defective tooth, Lottie daughter of G. A. Miner, tho Miner, of Owcnsboro, is dead. Walker Speaks, one of the burglars who robbed a Morganfield department He store, was arrested at Henderson. had goods in his possession worth $250. Miss Havcmeyer, daughter of the sugar king, has just become of age Lin. with a $22,000,000 attachment. county people should paste this in their hats. A broker paid $S3,000 for Mr. Har- riman's seat in the New York Stock Exchange, perhaps on the idea that the seat had something to do with its former owner's 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 4 fEJP OopyilgM IM9 by lUrt Schiffner lUra V J & Co. announced an in Jr, its socket. crease in tho capital stock of the com pany from $8,000,000 to $21,000,000. The new issue of $1G,000.000 is to be of fered to stockholders, to whom a stock dividend of $300 a share is to bo declared. While scuffling over a revolver in their room at Lincoln Memorial Uni versity, at Cumberland Gap, Herbert Phillips, son of the Rev. J. A. Phillip?, of Corryton. Tenn.. was accidentally killed by Roscoe Bryant, of Gibson Gap, Va. The court of appeals of tho District of Columbia, upon request of counsel for the labor leaders, granted a stay until Nov. 29 of the Issuanco of the mandate sending Gompers, Mitchell and Morrison, of the American Federa tion of Labor, to jail for contempt. While felling some timber in Perry county, Eli 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 beforo the father knew he was about one of the largo trees struck him, causing Instant death. 444ilJdMdJM41M4J4MMUdMIJ4JJJJJJJJJJJ4JJJJJ4JJJ Sl5Slt4t44.'IMSrr'SSSS''SSlft For Men of Fashion Han. schaHner made-to-ord- er & Marx Clothes. The most stylish dressers do not dress better, in the garments, than we can dress them costliest in HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX Clothes. And even at very high prices you can not be sure of getting all-wo- ol quality. Marx Clothes; they tell you what the goods are. Nothing but fabrics ever get into these goods. It's worth while to be sure of such quality in your clothes; it pays you. all-wo- You know what you're getting when you get Hart, Schaffner & ol Many Murders; Few Hangings. Young: Girls Are Victims. We read a great deal of tho murder- of headache, as uoll as older women, ous disposition of Kcntucklans, but af but all get quick relief and prompt ter all they aro not much worse, If as euro from Dr. King's New Llfo l'llls, bad, as other peoplo. Even tho Statu tho world's best remedy for sick and of William Pcnn has a county, North nervous headaches. They make puro umberlami, which ranks second In the blood, and strong nerves and build United States for murders, and first in up jour health. Try them. 2ou at tho failure to punish them. In tho last Penny's Drug Store. deISO years thcro havo been 120 first The unidentified trump.who held cap gree muror verdicts and yet It will tivo Harry Garrett in an uponly have its fourth execution next stairs room of tho Garrett ranch, house not inThursday, provided there should at Boise, Idaho, threatening to kill tho tervene a reprlevo In tho meantimo, a boy should an attempt to arrest the Of Is not unlikely. contingency that tramp be made, was shot and killed by the 120 sentences to death over half a K)ise. The boy was rescued. inof tho victims found refugo In tho "Heulth Cotleo" Is tho o'ov crest sane asylums, somo were pardoned, others committed suicido and a number Imitation of real coffee over ct mado. and long Dr. Shoop crcuted It from puro parchdied in jail pending drawn out appeals. Tho 120 convictions ed grains, wait, nuts, etc. Pino In with the death penalty represent but a flavor Is mado In jutt ono minute. small percentage of the homicides, No 20 or 30 minutes tedious bolting. many of tho murderers having been ac- Sample fn.e. Penny's Drug Stoie. quitted and a largo number getting secJeweled heels on their shoes is now ond degrees and lesser verdicts. Kentho fad of the smart set. However, a tucky has to take a back scat when pretty foot cannot be mado moro atcomparisons aro made with this Penntractive. There are some things that sylvania county.LexIngton Gazette. can have no superlatives, Lexington Gazette. Wm. Upchurchof Glen Oak, 0U., Mountain was an exllo from home air, bo thought, would euro a frlghtfu g cough that bad dclled nil remedies tor two years. After six months ho icturned, death dogging his pluteei. lung-rackin- Forced Into Exile. Tho 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. Tho 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 $22,500 cash in settlement In all claims an order was entered in the Fayette Circuit Court dismissing all suits of tho Southern Mutual Investment Company and the American Re serve bona uompany against w. J. Loughndge, a director of the compa nies before they went into the hands of a 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 undermining the 'basis of Christianity. Catholicism, he declared, was suffering persecution bv the French Government under the pretext of the separation of State and church. Thenameof Mrs. Augusta E. Stetson, formerly first reader of the Christian Scienco church of New York, was dropped from the rolls of tho Chris tian Science Church by order of tho board of directors. It was announced "Have been using Hyomel for that the directors had found tho char like a new ges that Mrs. btetson was working tarrh ono week and V. Goode, NewarK, O., against the interests or the church and man."-- W. contrary to tho teachings and practice June 21, 1D0O. Broathe Hyomel In. of Christian Science to be proved and Outfit cem- - true. Guaranteed by Pennj. ca-fe- el That makes it pay us. We sell these clothes for the good of our customers as well as for ours. This store is the home of HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX Clothes. Suits $20 to $35; Overcoats, n P We carry other well-know- $15 to $25. brands from $5.00 to $15.00. Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FARM .. IB I1U FORJRENtT i VI ta .... IU1 I Tit sottodlniirnM, ibarvi. corn ami tobacco on(ulllnil t in UraileU U..I... air IfUlllltf .ll.l.lnt Una cli.mneyn two. tone ....... ... 1... two tin places.t .ttoclt.. .. 1.1.1 III ....J UI1U luimvvu uniu u.ii. nlliu. nil biiu iuvi UM.WW..UUtrD lug. W. M. MuuriiT, Kings Mountulii.hy. rtt.vija .w .....- remainder for culllwitloii, - nf u tit Mi la Oiwirttit H.ttmB. Will Pay the NORTHCOTT, Tur- jnwJl 1 'irt.iiH.tift.Sl steps. "Then I began tousoDr King's Now Discovery," bo writes, "and after taking six bottles I am as well as ever." it saves uiousanus jeariy from desperate lung diseases. Infallible for Coughs and ColJs, it dispels Iloarsenes and Bore Throat. Cures Grip, Bronchitis, Hemorrhages, Asthma, Croup, Whooping Cough. 60c und II, trial bottle free, guarsnteed by Ptnny's Drug Store. A Soolded Boy's bhrleks !FURS Uidoa and 'o Cuy MSW W-yi- j HighestMarket Price for 153, keys. See him before selling. Call Knoxvlllo without saloons, will expend this year $103,000 for education, as against IG5.000 last year, when tho city had salouns. Pains of women, bead pains, or any pain stopped in 20 tntnutet sure, with Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. Fee full formula on Mo box. Sold by Peony's Drugstore. horrified his grandmother, Mrs. Maria Taylor, of Nobo, Ky., who writes that, when all thought he would die, Buck leu's Ai'iiluu Salve wholly cured him. Infallible for Hums, Soalds, Cuts' Corns, Wounds, Bruises Cures -Sores, Bolls, Skin Eruptions, Chilblains, Chapped Hands. Soon routs Piles. 25c at Penny's Drug Store. Fever- GoU.nS.uUYiEow RocO, Mar ApjU, Will Ginger. ate Wa ai nuLJn u 10S6 Om balfaccannria Louml!" aa & caa Jo battar Cor you dun agrati of tnramiiaqo. fecrchaati. R4cicau, or Uuk la LouuriSa, Wrin lot vrntly pa c lilt mJ il.PiM lagi. Wool F.ttWt, Tallow, Bihwu, Glnjtng, Stanford, Ky. dU 8bl ttt I. Mtrtit It. M. A Smm, LQUItVUlf , KY. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford 1 Jp?T TVTfZ ' UJjp" " j"g"V" .Vic" r The Interior Journal. C C. WALTON Seems to tw that the Danville Advocate) has not the proper appreciation of Congressman Harvey Helm, who has done so much for Danville and Boyle county. It is trying with might and main to givo him opposition and great will be that paper's disappointment if it does not succeed. It will be remembered that the $50,000 appropriation secured by the late ion. Georgo G. Gilbert for a government building at Danville would havo only been a one-stor- y, A tickling ordry cough cn bequlck-l- y This and That. loosened with Dr. Shoop's Cough Lockjaw is killing many cattle and Remedy. No opium, no chloroform, horses in Graves county. nothing unsafe or harsh. Hold by The postofllce at Belleville. Drown Penny's Drug Storo. county, Ind.t has been discontinued Austria is tho country most lenient after running for over 100 years. William, W. Va., makes its two sa- to murderers. A very small percentloons pay $7,000 each for city license. age of thoso convicted arc executed. Bristol, Va., imposes a license of $3,000 on barrooms. Tom Hill, Joe Gilford and Alec Hill, I Oder my Negroes, were legally hanged at Floyd, coln county scrvlcetto the people, of Linmnn auctioneer. Hatl.fnctlon II. W. McWIIOUTKH, La , for the murder of Moses T. Brock, guaranteed. llorelnml, Ky., It. K. 1. .No. 1 a prominent farmer of West Carroll parish. MASON'S. MEET. o'clock In their hull on mnln ttreeet, Man. fortl.Ky. Memberi ot titter lodgct are lrn ternally Invited to lw present. T. W. Pennington, Bee. Lincoln Lodge No. M r.A A.M. will inert In staled communication on each ririt nml ttilrtl Monday nights of each month, nt Ti.i c t vf JI jrV B. D. CARTER, New Liven Auctioneer! Depot Street, Phone OO, VV - STANFORD. KENTUCKY. SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI- squatty structure, as $10,000 of tho amount had to be expended for the site. Mr. Helm took up the matter and secured n further appropriation of 0 and now the building will be a most sightly one and commensurato with its surroundings. He has cared for Uoyio county people in every way possible and now his efforts are directed to having the cemetery at Pcrryville Converted 3nto a National Park and he has reasons to believe that he will succeed. Mr. Price, the Advocate's standing candidate, is a fine young man and doubtless would mako a goexj Congressman, but Mr. Helm has had experience at Washington 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$30,-00- ey." Tub 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 result either in the race for the nomination or in the final election. A polished speaker, a splendid lawyer, a good citizen and a sterling democrat, he would make a model governor and here's hoping that the people of this grand old Commonwealth will some day, not far distant, have him as their chief Lincoln Circuit Court. In obedience to n Judgment or the l.ln coin circuit cour rendered nt the NovemII. Jllg' notion ties are prosecuting the search with ter term, lwf. In the lignum nt W nnnrn .11 uunruinn, c, in fins, Ac, the umlertlgned commissioner great vigor. The whole atmosphcro wlllon MONDAY, IIKO. IS, 1U, the little town was changed by tho court news and grief was changad to joy into In front of tbe nuw o'clock house. Id Htnn-lorP. M.. ofTer for ky.,at about I joy for some and hope for others. sale nt public outcry to tho hlghestand belt bidder on n credit or six month, n house nnd lot nenr the depot In Ornb Orchnrd. LinCHURCHMATTERS. coln county. Ky.. bounded tliu.i lleglu-nlnnt n Mono In the edge ot the pike near where stock tcnlet in Junction of road late-l- y Remember the Thanksgiving services ttood ; thenee with Una of tnlil rond v Unci lot; line ot at Logan's Creek church, Thursday of the with her Mr.. NAlice NewJo.. l'leos-nntline to lot of thence thence mild line to PlkelthenceH with night, previously announced. contnlolng line of mid pike to Special business meeting to be held something over an acre, Thx object of tbetulett i'or a division of church next Sunday at the Baptist the proceeds. The purchnter will bo remorning promptly at 10:30. All members quired to execute, bond for the snlo price, payable to tho commix loner, bearing a per are requested to be present. cent. Interest from dntu of tnle until pnld, having the force nnd effect of n Judgment Deacons. nnd secured by lien on tho property. g t; unanimously president of the American Federation of Labor at its convention at Toronto, Canada. The Federation decided to hold its next annual convention in St. Louis. Twenty-tw- o entombed miners wero rescued alive Saturday from the St. Paul mine at Cherry, 111 , and over 70 others in another section of the mine are reported to be alive. Rescuing parSamuel Gompers was FOR RENT o I '"V0' m 3aW Y "'i"s toe's A JTIVv 1 For lfllo mjr fnrm of S acrct nt Crab Orch- e NEEMNG. land, ard A to 1U acrci ot nne for corn, meadow anil pasture. For further Information cnll on J. ward Moore, Crab Orchard, Ky or nddreit mo nt lien I nm prepared todo all kinds of surveying dertonvllle, N.U. nnd civil engineering promptlv. Me work CIIAH. It. HINdM.TON. will he guaranteed nnd my prices nn reasonable. Write ment McKlnner or cnll me over the telephone through tho lluitonvllle ll-anc- It lift I m 1 ff fj 2V t yiMTLm jJI Commissioner's Sale! Kxchatige. WALrKHMcKINNBY. WANTED TO RENT SMALL FARM I wnntto rent ft tmnll fnrm of :) to lin ncret, two or three miles from Stanford. rtly In ciiltnntlonnnd partly Prefer Innd In grim. Hutall house desired. Address , P. K., care Interior Journal Otllce, man-fon- t, Ky. - .,i5v CLEMENS HOTEL' .T. L. Klkin, Pror., DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Lnrge, nlry outside rooms. Commercial tmtelers n soeclnltr, HpeclM rntes by week or month. The proprietor Is n former Lin- coin county man nnu in. menus snouiu hi in when stopping In lilt town. Shoes For Service! That's what you want today. A shoe that will stand the briars, rocks and water for the HUNTER and the LABORER. Look well. wear well and feel well. That's the kind you , et wnen you ,DUy a " Walk-- ver," "Men's Ease" or "Honest Mike." Try a oair and vou will see our judgment on Shoes for Service is correct. Regular and high tops $3.50,$5.00, $6.50 and $7.50 a pair. O Rev. J. Murray Taylor, of Stanford, 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 notably bright and rising young men in the Baptist ministry. He was educated in Georgetown and at the Baptist Theological Seminary In Louisviilo. Before assuming the pastorate at Corinth, Mr. Taylor held charges at both Corinth and Washington dispatch South Elkhorn. to Courier-Journa- l. P.M. Mcltobsrts Atty.for Plnlntlff. J. II. PAXTON, M.O-- . I O. O. FINE FARM IN GARRARD C0UN TY FOR SALE I Commissioner's Sale! Lincoln Circuit Court to n Judgment ot thl Lincoln In circuit court rendered nt tho NoemlT Kes.llng, In the HCtlnn of Krt-term.llV. A., ngulnst Fred VoiiUrueiilgan, Guardian. Ac, mo unuersigneu commissioner win on e d MONDAY, DEC. fS,l'JW, Ul m i - ir--t POLITICAL. William W Bradley has been appointThe next session of the Kentucky ed postmaster at Phil, Casey county, General Assembly, which will convene vice J. B. Carson, deceased. In tho new Capitol at Frankfort the It is said that when Mayor Head first week in January, will be mainly went to Louisville 25 years ago he had conspicuous by the small number of only five dollars in his pocket. Republicans who will assist in making Judge A D. Ford will certainly qual up the body. Complete returns from ify for county judge in January, if he every one of the 13S senatorial and lives, reports to the contrary notwithlegislative districts show that the Dem- standing. Lancaster Record. Theodore Roosevelt will be a candiocrats will have 60 majority on joint ballot. Thus it will be seen that what- date for Governor of New York in 1910, ever legislation is done will be charged is the prediction of Congressman W. We. whose names appear below, strictly to the democratic party. This should W. Cock, of the Oyster Bay, New forbid hunting, n.hlngornny kind of vi on our duces and will prosecute make the Representatives and Senators York, district. olators to the full extent ot tbe law, William Loeb, Jr., Collector of the Jilts Mattle Hewet, Kelchenbnch Bros. move very carefully and consider well Kred llaumnnn. A.T. Trnvlor. Port of New York, announced the rebefore they act. N. II. Plummer, l.liuurnuoocn, H.O. Nunnelley. Will Hester. customs service of 101 moval from the W. ltaughiuun. J. W. Peck. In an opinion written by Circuit employes and attaches of the weighing J. E. Ilruce, DaldHteens, J. JohnUnnionltch. Wm.Oordler. Judge W. H. Sanborn, of St. Paul Sat- and other divisions of the customs. M. I). Klmore. Dan Tntylor, Fred Ilnndorf. urday, the United States circuit court Washington dispatch says that a uotunuiiCK A 1). M. for the district of Missouri held that strong effort is being made to have J. J. J.Thoinnson. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson. Jas. It. Kadi J. K. Muter, Mrs.N. J. Ilorton A. KllKisn the Standard Oil Co., of New Jersey, A. Craft retained in his position as col Mrs.Ueo. igim. J.J.KIIIott. Krnnk Cordler, W. It. Dnugherty, was an illegal corporation and ordered lector of Internal Revenue for the LouHev. Dr. c. O. Perry, that it be dissolved. It was authorita- isville district, regardless of the fact II. W.Knther Irfo, H. II. Ilaughmun, (Mines, A. I. Itoot. Uriah Albrleht. tively stated by officers of the Stand- that Ludlow F. Petty, of Shelbyville, Mrs. Margaret (looch, Jocob (Hinder W. H.Trnylor ard Oil Co. that an appeal would bo is on tho "slate" fixed up by Senator (ieo.ti. (ilvens, Ham Koberti, John Jufer, taken from the decision, as that had Bradley and the three republican Con M. J.Hofmann, Amend Hchaefer, A. It. Mntheny K.T. Deailey been the general understanding between gressmen from Kentucky. I.. H. darner, Mrs. J. 11. Owsley, D. I.. Kagnley, counsel on both in the suit. M.J. .Morgan, It. O. Wat kins. H.T. Hnrrls. HUSTONVILLE. It. II. Crow, J. tl. Hundley. Mrs. Nnnnlell.dood C. K. McOlure. The foot ball record so for this seaAnton Itonvcker, Anderson Oarr. Adams Bros, have moved into their son is as follows: Total deaths, 29; W. II. Dlshon. Kred Vondruenlgan Mrs. Kate Ador T. It. Ilaughman, total injured, 209. College players splendid new building and a cordial inMn. Ileheccn It. Carpenter V. Kouatz. killed, 6. High School players killed vitation is extended to all to give them ii. r . i.awrence, D. Hevlert, JohnB. Lee, 22. Athletic club members killed, 1. a call. Tom Kerrlll, Christian Jacob, Kred I'ayk. Next Sunday night at 6:30 at the W. W. Pitman, College players Injured, 165. High Alex Cooper. J. Ne In Carter, School players injured, 29. II. Denhnm, Mn.W.d. Welch. Athletic Christian church, mission song service K. C. Anderson, W. D. (looch, interesting program will be II. delist. club members Injured 5. And still there with an T. A. Dice, dut Iteuben Curtis, Chrlt OumenUch, are thousands who claim that foot bail rendered. All invited. Tlntley Hpoonamoro James Hmlth, On Wednesday evening, 24th, at Alis the proper exercise for college A. L. Carter, 1. W. t'nrter, II. W. dnlnet W. l'.drlmei, corn's Opera House an entertainment students and others. W. M. Kleldt' J.L. Holtzclnw, Mrt.Mnttle White, It. K. dnlnet. will be given1 by Prof. Knabb & Co., Mist Mury l'epplei, The E. M. F. Automobile Co. left which can not be excelled on the protwo grips, which were said to contain fessional stage. The prices are 15 and Deport of he Condition of $17,000 in money in tho First National 25 cents. Bank at Detroit. When they were Wilburn Privitt, who lived for many THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, opened they were found to have only a years on the South Fork of Green river, at Htanford, In the Htnto of Kentucky, at tho close ot business, Nov, 10, liuu. few paving bricks in them." Chauncey in this county, was found dead in his HEHOUIICKS. Hammond, former paymaster of the bed. He was 62 years old and leaves a Loans and Discounts liwaei si company and who was familiarizing his wife and eight children, all of whom T,17 ii GU.IM) uu II. H. loud s to secure circulation successor with his duties, is under ar- are married. He was buried in Point l'rtinluins oit U. H. bondi .. . JkO ( . 4,7(5 (JO rest, charged with making the Pleasant cemetery in the presence of a llonds, tecurltlei.etu uuuKing noutv, iurmiurt) nnu in- . . 0JO44 3U SI large concourse of sorrowing friends turfs .......... . Other real estate owned....... . 3,M Due from Nutlonnl Hanks (not re- Callino for on the part and relatives. serveageuts) .................. 0,(8 80 of the women of other churches, the uuy iroiu niaie a rnvnie juinat matrimonialT t Hankers, Trust Cot A HavSouth Carolina Baptist Woman's MisS.1V7 11 ing! Daukt -- .. Due froiuapprovedretervengentt Jr.uw 75 sionary Union launched a movement deJohn L. Anderson, of Washington Uheckt nnu other cash Items. i7 T7 signed to put a stop to the wearing of City, and Miss Carrie Currey, of Lan- Notes of other Nntlounl Uuiiks. . 1SS U) Krnctlonal paper currency, nick- big hats in church. The resolution de caster, will be married Dec. 8. ... .. . elt. and centa. Vi tut Lawful Money llsero in liank. nounclng the "peach basket" and . I10.(J1 oo viz i Hnecle To Printers. This olfico has for sale r "merry widow" styles of headgear for note. , ...- - ,M tt) IJ.Mtt W a lot of display and body type which has lledemptlon fund wltu u.H. Treas- JtJXiu W Sunday wear was passed amid great urer (0 per cent, of circulation.) enthusiasm. Let the good work con been used very little, a medium sized imposing stone, a lot of cases, and sevtlnue. LIAIIILITIKM. eral cone pulleys. Will go cheap if sold Capital Htock paid In - .Y).(.0(0 -.. ),uui uu Statistics thow that in New York at once. Interior Journal oflice, Hurnlus fund UlidUlded prolltt. Jest rxpensvt Ctly in the month of September there Stanford, Ky. II.IW M ii nil taxes paid . . were 5,321 deaths, an annual rate of National Hank notit outstiimllug WJHUM aj bW M Duo to other Nutlonnl liankt w 14.3. and ,93U births, an annual rate Tho little Candy Cold Cure Tablets Duo to upurowil Ke.cnu Agvutt.. of 2G8. There doesn't seem to be I nil 1 Id unl deiKisllt subject . 1.V.0ISS1 much prospect of race suicide in the called Preventics, will in a few hours to check safely check all Colds or LaGrippe. Demiiud CertllU'iites of Deposit! 7.ri M country's metropolis. lUKiMD lliuecertllU'iites of Uvposlt . Try them I Sold, by Penny's Notes und bills redlscouuted 00 Ulllt payable. Including Oerllll- Kentucky had a democratic gover- Drug Store money cults of Deposit for ... nor a short while Wednesday. Hon, Ixjrroweil .00 00 Cutin Linn, president pro tein, of the William Frlck, nephew of II. Clay IJUSOW 7 Senate, held the reins for a few hours, Frick, the steel magnate, lies badly inGoy U'illson and Lieut. Gov. Cox both jured in a hospital at Lima, 0.. as the Htateof Kentucky. County of Lincoln, ' I, John the iiliotv- being out of the State. result of a sculllu in the apartments of mimed J. Mollnlxrts.CuslitvroI liank. du suleninlv swear that the name as t icrence aho.e statement It true to the best of my a womarfgiving tier kiiowlidgoand bullet. .Gov. Willson was a little late in do Adams, of Toledo. John J. McHoukiitb, Cashier, Intrso, but. he has finally issued his Hubtcrlbtd and sworn to liefore me this Thanksgiving; proclamation. He has Twenty million false teeth are sent Suth day ot Nov., IKMl. W. M. Drlght, N. J', been too busy with his tin soldiers to to England from this country every Correet Attt stt J.H. Jlocker. J. M. 1'ettus. paytteatlofl to trivial affairs. year. J, P,Uuniuilus, Directors. -1 nt nbout 1 P. M.. In front of the court houwdoor. In Htanford. Ky., offer for sale nt pullie outcrv to the highest nnd best limner on In n credit of six months nn undivided terest In thti folow Inn inndt on tho water ot Lick Ilranch, of llunglng fork In Lincoln county, Ky. 1 A trnct hounded on the Knit by the land ot Alfred. Hlmp.oii't heirs; on tbe West by tbe landsot Mrs. Kutherine Attornmi imiviu Kennedy;on the North by the land of Albert VonOruenlgnn: on the Houili by tho county rond. 2 A trnct ot In lid bounded by the land of Mrs. Kutherine Adornnd others, more particularly described In the petition which Is referred toforndeicrlptlon. required to gle The purchnsert will bonds with good security for tho purchase commission) Srlce,pnnbie to thefrom dnto ot r, beiirlnir sale until paid, halng the force and effect of a Judgment mid secured by lien on the property sold. J. 11. PAXTON, M.O. L.C .C. K.8. Alcorn. Atty.for Plaintiff. neer falling springs nnd creek running through. Tkkmh. K cash In hand, balance ono nnd twoyrart from day of sale, bearing six per cent Interest until paid. 1'erions looking for such place please write W. o. Walkkk, Htanford. or see Iwnkruptcy. In the matter of W. P. Ilradshaw.n bnnk-rup- t. On this 18th day of November, A. !., of ltv, on considering the petition filed the on nforesatd bankrupt for discharge, tho ir.ih ilnv.it Nnenlber. A. I).. l'.V. It Is court that n henrlng lm had onlereil by the upon ine same on me inn j ' A. !., 1WU. tiefore laid court nt Co Ington In .,,1.1 .(i.trirt nt lon'clock.ln the forenoon.or noat ni nr thereto in practlcnble. nnd that the tice thereof lm published one time In In l.NTimoii Joi hiai, newspaper printed said Ul.trlct. mid all known creditor! nud said other persont In Interest limy appear nt they time and place and show cause, if any the prnyer hae, why be granted. of said ietltlotier should not Wittiest tho Honorable A.M. J. Cochran, Judge ot said court, nnd the sal thereof at Ulchmond in snld district, on the Kith day of .Not ember, A. I) . 11 Joh.U. KlSMKt.l.,CI(rk. W. O. Dennett, D. V. In tho District Court ot the IJnlted Htati s. for tho Kaslern Olstrici oi Kemucay, in A fine blue grnst fnrm for snle situated on new pike nenr Point Ieftvell and six miles south of eS?AffiJRo2d. "tSffit i well locnted In part of tbe John Waller tract, witna hand- unit) D.w, muiur; .ft thereon, with all necessa rmtui.dTnannd I cciotl. new Uirn 40x(l. Well watered, six M. H. J. McJROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. POSTED. NOTICE! B3333&3GS33SS33e3SF G. L. Penny It. II. Colley K. It. Coleman Insure your Tobacco ancfTobacco Barns in the West End In Vinoi The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil, is a most Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and Strength. It is Especially Useful For Persistent Coughs and Colds. Sold under a Guarantee at surance Agency. Get your policies written right in a good company by W.J.CAMPBELL, Hustouville, Ky. -- Commissioner's Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court. In obedience to a Judgment of the Lincoln circuit court, rendered nt the Not ember term, 1M.V. In the nctlon of J. it. Dry nil, ndnir., elc.vt Klwood Totten, etc.. tbe undersigned commissioner will on MONDAY, DKO. IS, 1M, . PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. (Iverdrnftsu-curednndutist'curi1 1 .... -.. county court day, nt about 1 r. M.. In front ., Mi. o.iw i.,.,.. ItniiLd In Ul.nfnnl VTv offer for tale at public outcry to the highest I nnu lien muaer.onn crcui, oi six niouius the bouse and lot near Htanford, In Lincolne county, Ky., on the Kast side of the Dan-lllA Htanford turnpike, bounded on tho West by tald pike; on the North nnd Kast John llrlKht: bribe land ofof W. II. JIIII, on the Houth containing Vi by tbe Innd poles, und known at tbe "old tollgate"prop- TllH object of tbe tale It to pay the In- .lulitA.t,i.B nt Mr.. M nr V 11, ItrVHtl Mile! ill. lde tbe remainder among her heirs at law, I bond for tbe purchase price, payable to the commissioner, due In six months, beating e per cent. Interest from date of salo until paid, having the force and effect of u Judgment, and secured by lien on the property told. The shares of the Infants, Loratue Totten and Vera Totten, will remain a lien on the property until they attain the age ot 21, unless tnelr guardian In the mean time executei the bond required by the Civil You owe the outsido (juito as important a Thanksgiving duty as you Code. J.ll. l'AXTON.M.O. L.O.O. a. II. Haufley, Atty. (or l'lalntlfli. do your insido, and the ono should not bo neglected lor tho other. Don't go out to dinner looking ehnhby and carelees nor ihould you invito friends''-- . to FOR THANKSGIVING Legal-tende- Weak Women ( itjtjl c. 0 To wmi and ailing woman, then It at least oat mTtoh.In. liut with that war, two treatments, must bt combined. On it local, out U eonstllu. tlonal, but .both art) Important, both ttcatUL Dr. Baoop't Nltht Curt Is to Local. Dr. Bhoop's Rtttnratlvt, tht OoniUtaUonal. Tbt formtr Dr. ehoop't Night Cure Ua topical mucous mambrant suppository rejntdy, trhllt Dr, bhoop't lfbstortUri It wholly aa lnurotl treat Dent. Tbt KtttonUv reachti throughout tht eotln tjsttm. teeklog tht repair ol ail turn, all tlssiM, and all blood allmonu. Tht Night Curt", at U namt loirltt. dost tta work while jou tlttp. It soothes tort nnd lnfiau. td mucous turfacet, baali local weaknutset and dltchargu. whllt tbt KtstontlT, eases nervous xclttment. tires reotwed vigor and ambition, builds up wasted tissual, bringing about rentwe.1 strength, vigor, and energy, Take Dr. Ebuopt gtnaral toale llatlorauve Tatl.U or Lijuld- -r to tht irttta. JorposlUrt local uslp,UMUWtU dino with you and mako thetu sorry they camo oery tirao they look up irom tuo pialo ami Happen to see you. ix yourself up I t New Clothes ? Priced Certainly ! .?. to it you're not overcharged. Leave that to u. AVo will eco Good Advice. I'll take it. Dr. vShoop's PENNY'S MUfi ST0RL Cure 'Jt- W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky, mM ,a;i.tiVaU. WijUjijrzv2ilm- - "& rp r if . ui; 3 'ft vSpecial .Suit Offer. Wo lmvo made a tpccln! price on n number of (for remaindei you buy. of Novcmlicr) New ! New ! A, , f 18 to 122 Tailor Suite of only $10. Look nt these Mercerized Altoraan, n new wash fabric, looks like Mlk, wears better. before Black, Navy, Alice, Rose, Green, Jlelio. Special price, 30c. V L SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Btahfoiw, month Is Xmas; see tho lino of W. II. Mueller, the Jowolcr, & SON. STANFORD KY. L. It. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin 1 Next x V Watch for date of holiday opening Meat cutters, lard presses, sausage Bluffers, lard cans etc., at W. II. HigChrysanthemums at GOc tier dozen next issue. Farrls. gins'. Somk jtrcat barualns In box paper aro with vines Ed Hubbard, Stanford. For nlco holiday presents go to Muel bclmt cloned out lo maice room tor new Go to tho piano recital this afternoon Haughman Co.'s mill will bo lcr's jewelry store. J. II. stock at Penny's Drug Store. and encourage the players by your closed Thursday, For presents that aro beautiful and PERSONALS. If you nrc looking for fresh oysters lasting, go to W. II. Mueller. For tho greatest reduction in milJohn Jones spent n few Jays in Lex- and celery go to J. D. Horton'e restauOysters, celery, cranberries, dress linery, especially wings and all fancy Winter is about here and it will pay you to look through our rant. ington. ed fowls, fruits and nuts, at Karris'. mm stock before buying. trimmings, go to tho Misses Straub. Miss Uertiia McCLURE visited Crab You can net all tho Ingredients for Our store will be closed next Thurs Orchard friends. Seo our line of Scarfs, Underwear, Outing, Dress Goode, that Thanksgiving black cake at G. D. The piano pupils of the graded school day, Thanksgiving. W. II. Higgins. Mrs. J. F. HOLOAU visited Crab Hopper's. Shoes, Hosiery, Skirts, Ginghams, Novelties, Etc., Etc. This will give a recital in tho Auditorium Orchard relatives. stock has been carefully selected and wo absolutely know our John II. Woner sold to John W. this afternoon at three o'clock. Ad Send your orders to day to W. II. HonN, to tho wife of Sam K. Dud Higgins for supplies for your Thanks- Walker, of Garrard, his fine bird dog mission free. prices aro right. Wo invite comparison on any article in our ilprar. a dnuchtcr for $25. store and wo guarantee quality and prices to be equal to any in The ladies of the Christian church of John Owsley KeiD spent several giving dinner. Wanted, to buv a rood Lincoln coun- - iurnersville will givo an oyster supper days In Louisville. town nnd in n good many cases the price to be lower and ' the THE grandest display of Xmas goods Misa Dell Feland. of Usnvillo, ever shown will be at Karris' store fly farm of the value of $20,000 to $30,- - in tho school-houB- e near the church quality to be better. 000. Address Lock Box 201, Stanford, from 4 to 9 Saturday evening next, visitetl friends here. Date will appear next iisue. Ky. ACKY visited his daughter Mr. J. W. 27th. Everybody invited. i.i..i The person who borrowed my roofing at Somerset last week. Read tho advertisement of Murphy I need Old Apple. Mr. J. R. Russell, Mn. L. W. Hughes will go to Atlan tools will please return them. & Acton, the Kings Moun- familiarly known as "Doc," brought to them now. J. A. Allen, Stanford. ta tonight to visit a friend. tain merchants. Something of interest Mr. Mack Huffman from his farm be Mn. L. C. Whitt, of Prestonburjr, At the pie social at Walnut Flat to you. tween Highland and Ottenheim Satur. was hero at court last week. school-houssomo evenings ego pits The Ladies Aid Society, of tho Crab day an apple that he raised in 1906. It of Lebanon, Mrs. Annie ItUS'ELL, sold as high ns $1 20. The total amount Orchard Baptist church, will have a pto was sound and good and looked as if it was with friends here last week. raised was $19.30. supper at tho "court house" there Fri- might be kept another year or so. Messrs. S. T. Harris nnd J. S. Those who fail to pay their taxes in day night. Hocker attended Lancaster court. Ouk West End friends will havo an STANFORD. KENTUCKY. J. Welch Hochester spent several the Crab Orchard graded school district Our mill will be closed Thursda- y- opportunity of seeing an amusing and days with his sister at Middlesboro. by Dec. 1 will be advertised. Geo. W. Thanksgiving. Supply yourself with novel entertainment at Alcorn's Opera Mil W. B. McKinney attended the Bronaugh, Treasurer. y on Wednesday coal and feed and Wednesday. House, Hustonville, milters' convention at Lexington last night, November 24th. Joe Knapp will Aid Society of tho Chris- J. II. Baughman & Co. The Ladles' m week. present Daniel, tho Ventriloquist and Crab Orchard will give a cot For Sale. Beautiful Mrs. It. W. KEENON la in Louisville tian church at HOUSE, bazaar and exchange in J. C. Magce's tage, garden, barn lot and barn, on Lo- slight of hand man, who has both pleasfor a 10 day's stay. Harrodsburg Hor ed and amazed myriads of people. Adon Dec. 11. vacant store-roogan avenue. Prlco and terms to suit mission 15c and 25c. Go. aid. Bronze purchaser. Cicero Reynolds. Mr. W. G. Witiifrs Is back from For Sale Thoroughbred of the November At the wind-uIlnnalrrdom. where he has been at Turkeys, Pckin Drakes and White WyTalk with me before buying a type term of court Saturday the bar passed work. Mrs. James N. writer, and seo sample andotte Cockerels. at my home. T, resolutions commending and thanking Peter Halmeu and wife, of Cash, Turnersvlllo. Phono No. A. Brackett, local agent for Standard Circuit Clerk James F. Holdam for his State, are with friends in this this I WILL be at Hustonville Saturday, Typewriter Exchange, New York. splendid record for tho past 12 years. A county. Mrs. J. S. Owslby returned Friday Nov. 27, to collect taxes. Tho penalty The D. & D. football team, of Dan number of touching speeches were made 1. Pay up and save tho ville, will play W. F. Mann Presents from a protracted visit to her parents is added Dec. the Stanford High and tho clever gentleman who will leave nenaltv. T. J. Hill, sheriff Lincoln School eleven here Wednesday after us Jan. 1, must feel proud of tho good at Franklin. noon nt 3 o'clock. Don't fail to see it feeling and esteem he is held in by the MISS DOLCE Mrs. G. G. Perry and Miss Bottle county. lawyers and others here. Our people Perry spent several days with Madison farm on Admission 25c. Farm For Sale. will givo up Mr. and Mrs. Holdam with county relatives. Dlx river, four miles North of Stanford MADGE Mit. C. L. Dawes has our thanks for sincere regret. E. G. Dick, of Crab Orchard, and near Hubble. Improvements fairly Mrs. valuable assistance with our gasoline Is tho nuest of Mrs. Louis Landram. good and splendid now barn. J. F. IN engine. He understands machinery and ltlehmond Register. Rigney & Son, Stanford. FOR . OR can fix anything and is clever enough NeWUS and family, of Leb John li. One The pupils of the Moreland Bellcvicw to help his friends out in a timo of room,,hnu.e for mle or rent, containing 7 anon Junction, spent last week with 3 pnrrliea, good fruit, S acre, of land, High School will give an entertainment trouble. RoodoutbulUllacicon thvHomeritt pike. 4 their homefolka here. inllea from Htanfonl. For further partlcu-Inn- , "Mb. Will S. Nice and wife, of Llv and box supper on Thanksgiving night, write V... llnt(n,Mawood, Ky. "Tempest and Sunshine," a drama Inimton. havo been guests at tho home 25th. The entertainment will be free. tization of Mary J. Holmes1 popular proceeds of the sale of boxes will Tho JOE KNAPP Presents of Mr. WilliamlFlclds. novel, will be seen at Walton's Opera Mesdaues G. C. Hikke and Jesse bo given to the...High School library. House on Saturday night, Dec. 4. The A Dramatization of MARY J. HOLMES' ,i Carncnter. of Hustonville, wcro here W. L. Neal. in remitting for his comedy is amusing and the love story 99 Famous Novel. abort while Friday. for a homo paper from Kimberley, Utah, prettily told. Miss Pauline Hocker went lo Lex adds this postscript: "I am very glad Paid Insurance. Deputy State comincton vestcrday to see her sister at indeed that tho democrats wero so of mander A. C. Sine has received a check Transylvania University. successful in old Lincoln. Am always for $1,075 held by the late Geo. Pendle Caiwell Woods, who has been with delighted to hear of democratic sucThe Ventriloquist anil Slight of 2ND SUCCESSFUL SEASON. Special Scenic Production. Prices, 25, ton in tho Maccabees. This claim was his mother and sister here for a month, cess." Hand Artist nt Alcorn's settled in 10 days after death. Mr. Cincinnati Saturday 50 and 75c. reserved Seats on Sale at SIIUGARS returned to Opern Housc.Hut- Miss Sarah Haughman has gone to John Adaus. was killed and John Sine turned tho check over to bene& TANNER'S. McCormlck, also colored, was seriously ficiaries. Hlndman, Knott county, to take apos! tonville, Ky., . .. .. wounded in a shooting bco during the tion In the C. W. B. M. school. Union Thanksgiving services will be Mr. J. Hoy U. hose, wire and son, exercises of the colored school near held at the Baptist church, Thursday M. G. MURPHY. J. W. ACTON. McCormlck Is under guard of Etowah. Tenn.. spent Saturday and Moreland. Nov. at 10:30 A. M Rev. J. J. Dickey, pasparents at Huston and wttl bo brought to jail hero as soon tor of tho M. E. Church, South, will Sunday with her Just tbiuk of it. Tho person that buys goods on timo nnd navs hi as ho is ablo to be moved. vlllo. deliver tho address. The music will be accounts has to pay enough extra to makeup for the ones that do not pay, or (Thanksgiving Eve) Mr. J. M. Lono and wife spent sev C. Leslie Carter, of Lexington, rendered by the combined choirs of tho the merchant has to go out of business. Remember we save you money on eral days with her brother, Mr. John tells us that the pumpkin atoriea wo churches. Two hours of fun nnd mystery. Chil each purcba. Carrier, at Pittabunt. He is very low havo been printing aro small affaire Men's extra heavy overalls iMc; men's heavy fleeced underQuite a big number of "too previous" with cancer. dren, 10c; adults, 'Joe. wear 4 1c per garment; a full suit for 88c; a full linp of iniscs' nnd ladith' compared with a pumpkin he raised Messrs. Ron Wiutt, Gun Klnkerand while farming in Garrard. This mon- hunters were rounded up by Game underwear 24c up to 40c; men's heavy work shirts 4l)c; the bet outimrs. anv Warden Joe Salleo and the expenses of Report of tho Condition of J. E. Rout and Mrs. Tate, of Louis ster was five feet and nino inches in accompanied tho remains of Eddie circumference, 29 Inches long and their doings amounted to $10 each and LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK. color, 9Jc per jnrd; heavy Dress Ginghams Wc; Apron Gimibnins (H nnd ville, Republican. We are coats. 7c; 84 patent shoes 83.53; 84 vici kid and box calf shoes $3.53; men's bro-Fariss Rout to this place. weighed 11C pounds. Bring on another glad that there ia one game warden in at Htnnford, K In too Htntn 6f Kentucky, gans 81.20 nnd soon. Capt. R. R. Gentry will movo his pumpkin. Arbuckles cofieo 15c; n regular 20c bulk colTee 17c; u. iu.viuivui uu.im... .lur. 10, iwr. Kentucky who attends to the job to famllv to Frankfort next week. Our Ron Bou Baking Powder 4c; Arm & Hammer Soda 4c; keg soda 2 llw. for KEBnlTHCEg. W. F. Mann, who has so many the which ho was appointed. people are glad to know that they will Loan, and Dltcount, I SNUW7 M 5c; Capital Matches, largo box, 4c; Ohio River Salt, 280-lb- . barrel, $1.50. atrical successes to hia credit, will pros-se8t,8f7 w OwrdrHft,,ecurvdnudiin,ecured leave Stanford permanently. not Hewitt. -- Eddie Fariss Hewitt, IE. u. n. noniu io iucure circulation w.uo co Don't forget to call for a copy of our monthly price list on or after the and family have at Walton's Opera House on Sat- year-ol15th Mr. J. W. Carbon son of Mrs. Ella Hewitt, of Hanking house, furniture und fixture, . .. ... . 8,kO00 of each mouth. moved from tho Turnersvlllo section to urday, Dec. 4, "Tempest and Sunshine." LouIbvIIIo, and grandson of Mr. Joe II. Duo from National Hank, (not re- crve agent,) 1.W0 SI Burnslde. Lincoln county peoplo In This play is a dramatization of Mary J. Rout, of this place, died of scarlet fever Duo from Htatti and l'rlwite Hank, Ot general give up this good family with Holmes' famous novel, and ia a per and diphtheria after a protracted illness and ltunkin.Trutt Uompanleaaud bating, Uank, HI 0 fect transcript of life. Its characters and much regret. Tho Cash Bargain Store, the remains were brought here and Due (ronniiiprOMU retvrt e ugeiit, WXTOW .vi7 te Mr. Alex A. SiiARrE, who has made are real people, whose troubles und interred in Buffalo cemetery Friday IMii'Ck, and other caih Item,. Note, of other National lianki hSOOU joya aro real as their comedy and paManager II. C. Wray, of the Stanford services at the grave by fractional pa per currency .nickel, morning after and rent, a 87 Telephone Exchange, a splendid as- thos. Tho cast includes some of the Rev. J. J. Dickey. He was a bright, (.awful Money He.trve In Hank, IIUMUJ vtti Hptcle sistant, has returned to his homo In very best known players in the manly little fellow and his untimely note, ... 17,104 00 tw Briug Your Cattlo aud Mules Mercer. George liurdette has succeedItrdemptlon fund vt llli I'. H. Treats, death is greatly regretted. urer (6 per et. of circulation) ,frt)ti0 ed him. to Stanford. This program will Piano Recital. Huffman. Mrs. Elizabeth Huffman, tvM.m Mrs. W. Looan Wood, who has bo rendered by pupils of tho Graded MAniUllEH. been qulto ill, la much Improved. Mrs. School beginning at 3 o'clock, this relict of John Huffman, died at her Unnltnl Htor k intld In i so.no no .. . been W,(U) no J. E. Claunch, who has Wood, visiting Tuesday afternoon: Enchanted Bells, homo near Gilberts Creek Thursday Hurnlui fund profit,, returnand Mrs. W. Logan night of troubles Incident to old age. Unulxldidtnxe, wld lex oxxiike, Mr. und 4.1W i CO.IM) w ed to her homo In Somerset yesterday. Rathburn, Anna Lee Barker; Fourth She is survived by five children, Messrs National lkink uotetoutttandlni; Due to other Nat. Hank, v.lvl M Mazurka, Godard, Mary Elizabeth Mc O. Perry Huffman, of this place, Advocate. John Dun to Htntu and ifoilON CAMH1ELI. and hia protty Kinney; L'Eleganto, Wachs, Josephine llauker, 310 W Idiinl are hore. the guests of Mr and Price Carpenter; Return of Spring, and William Huffman, of tho Gilberts Ilulhlect to tlepotll, Uti. JlflrtV--i brido cluck Creek vicinity, James Huffman, of (Vrtllled cheik, Mrs. W. II. Mueller. Mrs. Campbell 710 CO Kaney; Valae, Dane, Okla , and Mrs. Lizzie Estes. lllll, payalile. Ihcludlngl'ertMcatr, was Miss Ellen Maya Kail, of Lancas Moelling, Mary Moore Aro now completed and aro ready for nil kinds ui uf o.lt lor money Loriuv.i'd tnjWO u) ter, end she is a beauiinii young wo Durand, Vera Totten; Second Mazurka, Her husband died somo 40 years ago of livo stock, with good covered pens nnd man. Mr Campbell will likolv take a Godurd, Anno Davis McRoberts; a and she had since made her homo f lON,4il U with plenty of feed and water. First-claposition with Mr, Mueller, tha jeweler. Guvotto, from Third English Suite, Kentucky Cnuntyof Lincoln, t her sons, Messrs. John and William I, Htateof Ilrlght.liatliler of tnoahote-uniue,mii thn drat nf tho vear. when ho will and charges reasonable. Your tup-poW. M. Bach) b Boureo, from Third Suite for Huffman. Deceased was 80 years old tuilik, do .oleuuily iv.ear that the aWno engage In business at Lawrcnceburg. aud patrouago cordially elicited. Phone Cello, Bach, c Bource, from Second and for many years had been a devout ttatemvnt 1, true to the Utt of my knowl. v, M.Uuiuur,Oa.hlr. No. 1. Court Day, Second Monday, Violin Sonata. Bach, b Preamble, member of the Christian church. She edgeuiid W'llif. LOCALS. Bach, Kate was a most excellent woman and the Hulwcrlbed und (worn to heforu me thl, from Sixth Violin-Son- ata, Jut U day of Nor, I1W. J.J. MclU)Urt. N. 1' Newland. I. M. BRUCE. Assistant. Everything good to eat for Thanks, charged. No admission fee will be many who loved her are saddened by rinvUA At, u.l. t II Ou.l.M U IT her taking away. Hhunk,, J, li. I'uxton, Director,. giving at Farrta'. ! Kt., - Roast that turkey Nov. 23, 1900 It Is tho In New lino of guns at White's store.' New no of shoes at White's store. -HI SIP-i- i Wanted, to buy a piano. Emil Everything for Thanksgiving at " a Lish roaster. Grccnberg. White's store. best. Geo. II. Karris, ARt." ... WINTER GOODS. ... ... m m HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., o ... Dry Goods. Notions, Shoes, mm i five-roo- ... WALTON'S OPERA STANFORD, p 99-2- Saturday, Dec. 4, 909. MELROSE and MISS THURSTON Us-acr- o SALE RENf Tempest Sunshine, Southern Life. mm u DANIEL A Beautiful Story . mm Wednesday, 24, nt d MURPHY King's ACTON Mountain Ky. ... Legal-tend- Nwinelley's New stock ....Ydrds.... accom-modatio- d rt " ""WMfgH"'!11''!'1 ' "" c L. The Interior Journal. Pott-Oji- FARMER'S DKPARTMEHT. Sara M. Owens has sold his tobacco tmtnd-da- u Mnieredinthi mattrr. u at Stanford at at 15c. John Golden, a Graves county farmer, raised a turnip. Gobblers and hens nf the tjtnsenlon A Oorer Hotel, at Orali Orchard, also store- Conger and Owen llarbee strain for sale. room Just across street, with post office, ad Thoroughbred bronse, large Nine and leau- JolnlnK and a cottage or 'nttlcn of three imu piumage. Jim w, r, niaiioN, rooms. All necessary outbuildings, It. 11. 1, Htanford. Phono MIM.OtritTIH(10VKU. Crab Orchard, Ky. FOR SALE ! TURKEYS FOR SALE 1 N. TITCE THBLE No. Jl, Mouth, ll:lr, k. No. a, HOUttl, iii:ak. A. V. No.JI. North. No. . North, SilS r. x. No.r,10:SlA. M, No.M.llWp. m. W For Sale. -- 25 d cattle. YV. JOS. 8. RICE, Agont. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dontlst, TANFOKD, - KENTUCKY. Office over McRoberts' Drug Store in the Owsley Buildint. FARM the Stanford plk. Improvements nnd frnclnirreood: nlentr of wnter nnd fruit. Alio lis ncrrs of timbered Innd one mile Kitof McKlnneyjlmlf under fence ipleuty of wnter nnd good totmceo Innd. Hee grow ogcrop. j.A.uivKNH.ARent. imported sow. Will weigh 150 pounds. McKlnney, Ky, phono Sam K. Duddcrar, Stanford, The farm of 140 ncn, of good Mue grass Innd, lying one mils North of McKlnney.on F9RSALEI , Stanford, R. F. D. No. l. Frank Tammo paid V. D. Mooro $19,000 for a farm near Atokn, Doyle 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-ri- s at lie Adv ocatc. A crop of Mason county tobacco brought 25 50 at Mnysville. Tho American Tobacco Co., bought it. J. M. Craifr, M. F. Craig and M. II. Brown sold 1,100 turkeys in one bunch to Lancaster and Richmond parties nt 1 10,-- Mt Vernon Signal. J. II. Thompson sold IS yearling mules to A. J. Vokcly, of Tennessee, at f 123. Logan Thompson sold him a pilr of yearling mules for 325. For Saie. Three Tamworth boars by the champion Dixon and out of an P. Lofran NOTICE! S.? neighbors hf PtrnR of our friends and for our stock, lis carefullr select "l.clean. hMft? and ell grown, l'rlces are rriiin" hi" d- King. Mountain, Lincoln tip , Ky. J. J. BELDEN, For House and Oarrlagelalntlng and Trimming. Taper Hanging, (lun nnd locksmith-lug- . Hhop opposite depot. J.J. IlKi.nic, Htanford, Ky 250-acr- o Stock of Merchandise Small Farm For Flentl I desire to for Sale. of sell prlrately my slock ."NoraOoodknlitht's f'rm on Dainllle " rh.'J..,:,."S.,,i',",n Heo Mrs. (iond. irn and ui Hardware. Itotmr n good business. Will Invoice about i,'0, Ileasou III health. OKO. I) IIOl'I'KIt, HtanfordKr, knight nt her town horn '""""-q- rensel place, on Home For Sale! I desire to sell privately my residence In Orab orchard. House of eight rooms, and an arm of land, hundaut outbuildings and all In good repair, located hi local op. runs lion town Mberen good graded One story cottage of eight rooms and all nine months. Abundant water school best of necessary outbuildings. I.ot contains one arletr. One third cash and lailuncthe one In acre.dtTlded Into cow lotoiiwhlch Is roomy and two j ears at A per cent, burn, buggy home, corn crib, etc. tlooil 1)H. W. M. IHMHIKM garden sptit. This Is a desirable place, locatOratt Orchard, Ky. ed on corner of Whitley and Miller streets. A. It. 1101.TZOI.fr W, Htanford, Ky- .- HOME FOR SALE! Fall and Winter Stock. ex- Fruit And Ornamsntal Trass den rythlng for Orchard. Lawn an J on Application, ! Harry Jacobs, Dealer tn nnd Manufacturer of, 123x. perience. Then our clothes, whethorn low price business HUH or the finest evening clothes, will hnvo thfrt Indtvldunllty nnd lit which plainly Indicate they were in ride to your measure, I wlllnlsotakn your mens ure for extra trousers, fnncy vests, top coots' and overcoats. Fall and winter samples on band rendy for your Inspection, II. 0. nOI'LEV. The Tailor, Htanford, Ky, CUT FLO WEBS FOR Jf live your mensure tnken by n tnhor of SALE! prices. I can furnish the public with the best, ns well as the freshest of cut flowers, plants of all kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short notice. Also mnke a specialty of wreaths lor for funernl purposes. In connection with the nbove. I have nil kinds of vegetables on hand nt reasonable OHHIHTMAN (1KKRN HOUSES. Kn liomiAKn, I'Kon. Htanford, Ky Insuris Tobacco and Tobacco larns. Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, 84; Office, MS. The Insurance Man, STANFORD, KY. Residence Phone Insure with me and be fully protected. CONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of concreting, such as Mock Work, I'nvements and. In fact, we can make any thing from? house down to a fence post. We can serve you promptly ana guarantee s work nnd material. On 11 and get our prices wiuivjuu uujr juur material ui jeusi. Urst-clns- PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. INSURANCE. R. B. MAHONY Insures Tobacco, Tobacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life,LiveStock,Health and Accident, Plate Glass.Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention are paid without given to losses which dis- count J.L.Beazley&Co., sIENeBPciIg iHTfcfe,', fc-Kj'.- a It Undei tatters rtnd Embalm rs. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for til Kind of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Rigb, Veterinary Burgeon ,1 Dentist, Contains ltd aores, Nst tobacco land In the county, IK miles from McKlnnev. Will ell or rent, lias two dwellings, one of four rooms nnd the other of two rooms. To orchards of nearly an trees. Totmceo barn bold 10 acres of tobacco cheapest were that willKentucky nt price. Lancaster Court. There farm In Phone No. M. Calls answered promptlylay or night, about 150 cattle on the Lancaster marat II. I). Carter". i.irery O.R.H11AWNKU, McKlnney, Ky. imrn. ket yesterday, most of them of an inferior grade. Pnces ranged from 2c for butcher stuff to 4c for yearlings and steers. The mule market Moroland, Kentucky, was very active and high prices ruled. Furniture and Undertaking. Nothing much in horse trading' was done. The crowd was large. Day Phone 28. Bargain. 354 acres of good land, of New Fall Line Millinery now Night Phone 133. Also New Furniture coming in which 100 acres is bottom land, eight-roodwelling, two good stock barns, most daily. new tobacco barn, 36x90, ice house, Ot II. I'lturrr, Morelund, Ky. 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 OF acres with improvements, to suit purIIaln suffered considerable, annoyance chaser, which includes 100 acres as fine and dnuiHgH from outlaw s. In breaking Rate I latches nnd tearing down and destroying bottom land as there is in the county. my gates on the county road that rims through mr furui, I hain This is a bargain. See L, R. Hughes, At "GLKNBURNIi: on TUES- n reward for Informationconcluded toolter leading to the Stanford, Ky. DAY, NOV. 23, 1909. Convey-ancc- a conlctlon of glsuchhe ersonof or persons. will therefore et sum $." for Information leading both nt Stanford nnd Danville of any party or to the arrest and rmilctlun PREACHERSVILLE. parties, Free of Charge for parties coming the latches on nnj of my that bate broken itates.or that lime sawed down or torn down any of my gates J. K. Sutton went to Lancaster to see from (listtnce. Lunch served at 12 on the county road which runs from the his sister, Miss Fannie, who has been o'clock. Sale begins nt 1 i jr. Hustontlll turnpike to the Mlllnlgetllle turnpike, through my farm, and will give quite ill. the same n mount for Information leading II. P. HAWKINS, to the arrest and com Ictlon of any party or Walter Jordan was shot in the face parties w bo In the future commit any of the Stanford, Ky., It. It. No. 2. a few days since by careless hunters, iiiKivu ouvn.es Witness my band this 10th day of ugust. The wounds are slight but came near lsv, T J. IU1.I..HII, striking his eyes. We might look 40 States over and not ! find a more obliirintr. careful and punct Lincoln Circuit Court. ual church sexton than the Uaptist church has in the person ol William A directed by ajudgiuenl of the Lincoln Ranke. He is at his post, hot or cold, circuit court, rendered nt the Nutrmlxr term, Inw. In the case of Ka tiooch, 4c, rain or shine. against Viola (looch, Ac, the under.lgntd Mrs. Judith McCall, of Qrodhead, visluiiimlitluntT will on ited Mrs. E. Foley. Misses Fannie and MONDAY, DKC.1.1.1KM, Ella Thompson, of Danville, visited county court day, at about 1 1'. M.. In front of ttio court house door. In Htanford, Ky., Miss Hallie Brown in Garrard. John oiler for sale nt public outcry to tho highest Carpenter and family, of Oklahoma, and be.t bidder, on n credit of six mouths, are visiting the families of W. II. Cumtwo lots In Mllledguvllle, Lincoln county, Ky., the nrst of which Is thus described; mins and S. L). Carpenter. Phil ThompIn the center of street corner to son and wife were at J. L. Kennedy's Oomptoii; thence his line Hlf4 KIM poles, I Sunday. James Curtis and wife, of links to his corner on Handldge; thence his Hue N (, K 7 (Miles II links to corner on same, Garrard, visited B. T. Lunsford and thetce M tm. V 34 oles to the renter of the wife. Miss Fannie Carpenter was the stre t: thence with center of street HSV, V7 attractive guest of Mrs. W. II. Cumcontaining 1 Dolo. links to the acre, t roods and H7 poles. mins. The second lot Is hounded on the North by A few days since we overheard a Isaac Ulbson propert) ; on the Kast by young' man, still in his teens, telling llustonvllle turnpike road; on the W.'.M BRIGHT, CASHIER, West by W.M, Handldge, und on the Houlh 3:H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT another of the same age how he was by Kniiiia Owsley, containing four acres, to put a ladder to the window of going more or less. The lots will be sold separate- J.B.PAXTON, ROCHESTER. ASST. CASH. nls sweetheart and carry her oil It the ly. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER "old man don't come my way." The object of the sale Is to satisfy the The of George (Jooch, dec used. HVY3 FOSTER, CLERK. little fellow's gestures were most ve The purchasers will lie required toexecute hement and fire Hashed from his eyes. Iwnds, with good security for the purchase While we feel almost a brotherly inter OIREOTORSl commissioner, Itearlug iirlcu. payubleto thefrom date of sale unili est in these youngsters, we fain would Interest Judgpaid, bating tho force and vRect of it put a "bee" in the old man's bonntt, up-to-d- ate ment nnd secured by lieu on property sold. J. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. Carter, .. Stanford A hint to the wise is sufficient. . L. f ..K r . t f aiianits, C . Tl I. J. 11, l'AXTON.M.O. L.O.O. ijoiiii u. ruttiur, omnium; n, CM. - owiuoni; ... j, nail- i, John Rigsby bought 53 cattle in Ca K. H. Alcorn, Atty, for I'lulntlfT. kin, Lancaster; J. H. raxton, Stanfonl; W. II. Traylor, sey at from 3i to 4Jc. A. J. Yokely bought of W. II. Cummins a pair of Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Iancaster; V. four-yea- r old mules for $350; of Geo. 0 II. Cummins, I'reachersville; Lilbiiru Spoonamore a pair of yearlings for Gooch, Gilberts Creek. $325, and a mule each from W. II Brown, P. B. and J. F. Thompson for $140. Charles Rigsby sold a STANFORD, KENTUCKY. harness mare to Or J. A. Harmon, A red sow with scar on left hip weighs between 200 and 250 pounds left my placo Nov. 9. Information leading to her whereabouts will be greatly ap preciated. C. C. Gover. The total value of cotton exports from the United States for the month of October, 1909, as shown by a bulletin is sued by the Department of Commerce and Labor, reached the enormous sum of S8,8S3,350. In no one month previously have such exports ever reached the eighty million mark. irm No Agents. H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS, Marblo nnd Granite Monu- II mx. i bf" i. VTROUSeSS- ' ments, Lexington. Ky. FARM FOR SALE OR RENT. Markers and l'osts, tVmetcry and Lawn Vases and ptettees. Olllce and works, McKlnney, Ky, Easy in .Any Position. Full line DutchcM Trouers in latwt Fabric. Worrtcdn, Cashmere nnd Corduroys. All giuirnntcrd with plenty ol Mjlo and simp, 82 to $7.50, Call and inspect our line licforc you buy. .toI I x p WM) X Dr. Willis Morgan, Stanford, Kentucky. SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. TRIBBLE & PENCE, ld C B. PRUITT. m Stanford, Kentucky. A Full Stock of Thanksgiving plies Sup- PUBLIC SALE Shorthorn Cattle at REWARD. W. H. HIGCJNS, 1 Stanford, Kentucky. Dinwiddie Commissioner's Sale Cbe Lincoln Count? national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. & Co., Huston ville, Ky. 1 pan-xllle- Capital, Surplus, Resources, $5O,O0O.00 40,000.00 340.000.00 of goods. ry an Undertakers and Embalmers. We car- line i 1 t FIRST NATIONAL BANK, d of Crab Orchard, for $185. v STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. II-- .ORGANIZED IN 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Duncan, of Hnjiicsvlllo, Mo., "was Dyspepsia. I sttiTeied intensely after Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety oatlng or drinking and could scarcely Depoit2Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. sleep. Aftor many remedies had failKills Her Foo of go Yoars. "The most merciless enemy I had for 20 years,'' declares Mrs. James ed and several doctors gave me up, I trieu tuectrio Hitters, which cured me completely. Now I can eat anything I am 70 jears old and am overjoyed to get my health and strength back again." For Indigestion, Loss of Ap petite, Kidney Trouble, Lame Back. OFFICERS. . Headquarters for AMERICAN FENCE r;i - i I I I I p I -- - -S. Ilocker, President;, S. T. Harris, John J. McRoberU, Cashier, II. C. Baughman, Cash'r W.W. Saunders, Bookkeeper. t; . ' - I' . j i I ,n . ., . . . :, . J. C. McCIary, JL s Female Complaints, It's unoqualed, Oaly 50c at Penny's Drug Stoio. . At. DIRECTORS. F Held, J. H. Baughman, M D Elmore, J. M. Pettus, II, C, Baughman, J. P Cummins, S, T, Harris, no. C. Itobloson, V. U O'Oannon . S. Ilocker, C, E. Tato. "" " " ' " " " " ' " - ..f. '"nWsl'r"ii."fl Motlo of high-grad- o SvsfcAssWsiwsraBV The preacher My poor friend, do you attend divine services regularly ? The Tramu Yes. sir. when I'm tn Undertaker? Cmbilmer and aaler x arness, Saddlery, STANFORD,M 6,. J rko, 191 SSSSI"om;t'bon jail. I It is the weak nerves that are crying out for help. Then help them, don't drug the stomach or stimulate the Ileartor Kidneys. That is wrong. Vitalize these wea inside nerves with Dr. Shoop's Restorative and see how fast good health will come to you again. Test it and see. Sold bv Penny's Drug Store, Mil. FARMER: Mako your home as modern for your family as a city residence, and place yourself in a position to iret the lutcst market quotations at any time. This can bo accomplished by means of our tolonhono uervlco, which you and your neighbors can tret for a sum that is small comnarod with the benefits received. Call or address our nearest office or writo direct to headquarters, Naahvillo, Tenn., for Information regarding our special 'Farmers' Line" rate. If you aro not at nrcsent euioviuc telephone service, we can immediately interest you. Our Hues cover the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana ami WACP TPWWNOPB 'ri;T. ATPT. CT Illinois. (iNPOJtrOKATKD) V RURAL TELEPHONES. laro, Btrong, stool wiroa, heavily galvauiaed. Amply provides for expansion nnd contraction. Ib practically ovorlastlng. Novop gooa wrong, no mattor how great strain is pat ou Ft. Doos not umtiluto or injci stook. Twit Citttt, Hirsts, fee m4 rOR BALE BY fty (ncd. EVERY ROD GUARANTEED by jus and guaranteed by the manufacturers. Call and see it. We can show you how it will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. jt