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I r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I I YOL XXXVII tt STANFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 26 1009 11019 1BRODHEAD A E Albright received a letter a few days ago from Judge R G WII r llama of QovInRton containing a hand b some donation for tho gradod school at this place We are told that the bella will ring for two weddings in our town about r ChrUtmns We are almost uro that this Is a fact but will withhold names for a while Rov John Jamison of Livingston will preach at tho Baptist church Fri r day night Elder Campbell of Leba non Junction will till tho pulpit at the j Christian church Sunday The Hamilton Society will give an entertainment here Christmas night entitled The Squires Daughter Tho proceeds will go for the benefit of they Christian church Tho Baptist Sunday school will have a tree Xmas eve J M Craig bought of John Sayers some 100 pound shoats at Gc Fro Hahn sold to J M Craig 100 barrels o corn at the crib at 3 A J Pik bought of George Brown a threeyear old eaddlo mare for 125 Henry Anderson sold to Mitch Delaney a small cottage In tho Anderson addition for 300Fred Hahn a German came to this county from Ohio about 25 years ago and bought a poor and almost worn out farm In the Freedom section for 700 Mr Hahn had but little capital to Lo gin with and could scarcely speak a word of English but by bard work scant living and good judgment he made out of the old farm ono of tho best in the county which ho sold last week to a Mr Hilton of Madison for 3C50 Mr Hahn is now moving his feed and farming implements to his recently purchased farm near Crab Orchard and will move his family there at an early date Rev A J Plko Is on tho Federal grand Jury at London this week Otto Frith visited in the flee Lick section Sunday MUses Annie Cue and Myrtle Durham visited Mrs Robert Colyer at Crab Orchard Isaac Storms of Keavy Laurel county is with relatives here Mrs Susie Tharpo and daughter wore in MU Vernon Tuesday Mrs Maud Sproulcs of Paris is with Mrs P F Francisco this week Wm How ell and family of Richmond after a two weeks visit with relatives hare havo returned home Ed R Gentry of thn Louisville Law School is with his parents In tho Sayers vicinity Clero Wheeldon and wlfo visited in Iulaskl county Mrs Mary Albright spent Thanksgiving with Mrs Chas Lyons ut Junction City Mrs Richard Shiver and children are visiting at Rockhold Whitley county Forced Into Exile Wm Upchurch of Glen Oak OkU wu an exile from homo Mountain air ho thought would cure a frlghlfu lung racking cough that had dulled all remedies for two years After six v mouths bo returned death dogging his steps Then I began tousoDr Kings Now Discovery be writes and af ter taking six bottles I am ns well as over U It saves thousands yearly from desperate lung diseases Infal lible for Coughs and CoUs it dispels Hoarsene and Sore Throat Cures Grip Bronchitis Hemorrhages Asthma Croup Whooping Cough 60c and 31 trial bottle free guaranteed by PtnnyH Drug Store Joshua Bender of North Caldwell N J claims to be the champion buckwheat cake and sausage eater of the Orange Mountain section Bender sat down to breakfast yester day morning and ate60good lzelclkes- I and two pounds of sausage Ho washed the meal down with six big cups of cof tt fee If Id been real hungry I dont know what I could have done said Bender but 1 was out late last night Penny guarantees o na tablets to stop dyspeptic agony in five minutes and cure obstinate cases of Indigestion in a few weeks They turn old stomachs into new ones Try them for any stomach trouble Only fifty cents a large box- Rubies are more valuable than dia ands and are practically indestruct ble except by fire While a flawless liatnond of one karat may be xvorth oughly about 100 a perfect ruby of he same weight would be worth at east 200 The little Candy Cold Curo Tablet tiled Preventlcs will In a few hour- holy check all Colds or LaGrlppo ry them I 4825c Sold by Ienny rug Store e White pepper Is made from the same rry as black pepper but it is made om the seeds only while black pep- r is made from the entire fruit Buenos Ayres has the finest opera iuse in the Western Hemisphere It- t 10000000 t DANIELo Ventriloquist who will hold thtf boards at Waltons Opera House next Monday night Nov 29 Prices lOc roe 30s No higher HUSTONVILLB Choir rehearsal on Friday night will be held at the home of Rev W S Willis Tho penalty for town taxes goes on Dec 1 So all delinquents had bolter see Marshal Lair A large crowd attended the V If Morse sale Saturday and satisfactory prices were realized The Hustonvillo Hunting and Fishing Club returned from Casey with about 400 quail and a fine lot of ducks and fish James Frye a native of this place and a pitcher in the Blue Grass League is spending a week with friends andI relatives hero James A Givens agent for the heirs sold to Reichenbach fires tho Squire Bob Givens farm of 143 acres at 70 Possession at onco Wycrn Vaughn shipped two cars of export cattle at Cc and one car of heavy hogs at GJc flute Tucker shipped two cars of assorted hogs at GJ to 7c Tho liustonville Poultry Co is ship ping ono to two cars of eggs and poul try every week Their business has grown to such proportions that addi tional barns have been secured to hold their purchases A splendid young man a native of this vicinity who toe some years has been prospering in the West while his heart was In Kentucky will arrive ere the dawn of the holidays and two hearts will be made one Fire from a passing engine Ignited the grass In a field belonging to B B King and destroyed much fencing and hay The heartfelt thanks of Mr King is extended to friends whoso hard work finally extinguished tho flames The loss will be fully 300 and will fall on Mr King and Mr Charles Back George Estes who lives near Rich ards School House while en route to Mt Salem was severely injured by his horse falling through a bridge near Arch Austins Tho horse was also se riously injured Tho three bridges from Austins to Richards cross roods have been dangerous for three months and Magistrate Dudderar was told of their condition two months ago Young Girls Are Victims of headache as well as older women but all get quick relief and prompt cure from Dr Kings New Life Pills the worlds best remedy for sick and nervous headaches They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Try them 23o at Pennys Drug Store In a kicking football game Yale do fasted Harvard Saturday 8 to 0 Capt Coy dropped two field goals from the 35yard line and Harvard on a crim son block kick made a safety behind its own goal line Yale made few at tempts at rushing and only once in the game was within touchdown distance of tho Harvard goal line It was Capt Coys right foot which won the gameI Health Colleo is tho cleverest Imitation of real colico ever yet made Dr Shoop created It from pure parch ed grains malt nuts etc Fine In flavor Is mado In just one ralnuto No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boJUing Sample tree Penny s prug Store I Mrs Allen F Read was found guilty of attempted extortion by a jury in Colstosforce Mrs Genevieve Chandler tosblow her up with complied The defense was Insanity 6 Pains of women head pains or any puln stopped In 20 minutes sure with Dr Snoops Pink Pain Tablets See lull formula on 25c box Sold by Pennys Drug Store to The Franklin Electric Ice Co has gone to the wall A NEWS NOTES Scott county Ind voted dry by 37C Owing to tho diphtheria scare church services and all public gatherings have been barred at Paris James Elliott Defebaugh editor and proprietor of The American Lumber man died at Chicago Tuesday Three persons are dead and two probably fatally Injured as a result of an automobile accident at Cuthbert Ga Pearl Merchant is in jail at Frank fort charged with detaining an eight yearold child named Usotta Williams Capitalized at 100000 the Wright Company of New York was incorpor ated to manufacture sell and operate airshipsWilliam Ray a prominent citizen ol Monroq county was Instantly killed while blasting rock for a bridge over Line Creek 0 W Shyrock assistant fire chief of Lexington was given a fino and jail sentence on tho charge of obstructing the registration- J I reck Smither threw himself un der tho wheels of an interurban car at Versailles with suicidal intent and was ground to death That a private consumer must buy his beer or liquor directly from are gularly licensed saloon and not from a wholesaler was decided by the Supreme Court of Indiana Hiram Smedley former clerk of Mc Cracken county was given six years in tho penitentiary for embezzlement of tho States funds A young baby as yet unidentified was found dead In the ladies waiting room of the Queen Crescent passenger station at Lexington Statistics state that threefourths of the typhoid fever patients are under thirty The Memphis Commercial Appeal aptly adds that a whole lot of them are under six feet During lost weeks session of the special term of tho Muhlenberg Circuit Court at Greenville five homicide cases were tried Two received life sentences one 13 years and two were acquitted Miss Ella Smiths charred body was discovered in the smoking wreck of her battleIfieldties are looking tor a Negro who lived close to the Smith house but who now lis mlsllngIWillson refused to grant fur ther executive clemency to M W Rowland who is serving a jail sentence for misusing money belonging to con victs while he was a clerk at the State penitentiary The Gcvernor commuted Rowlands original sentence from one year in the penitentiary to a term In jailJudge J M Benton announced at Winchester that he will appoint are celver for thn Burley Tobacco Society Societyhadto exploit another Suit was brought on the ground that 340000 belonging to 100607 pools was used to support the 1909 pool The case will be appealed Last Tuesday week was the first an niversary of the killing of Senator Edward W Carmack of Nashville CooperIrthonorof been asked to print this tribute to the South delivered by Senator Carmack during a speech In the United States SenateTho South is a land that has known sorrows it is a land that has broken tho ashen crust and moisten ed it with tears a land scarred and riven by the plowshare of war and billowed with the graves of her dead but a land of legend a land of song u land of hallowed and heroic memories To that land every drop of my blood every fiber of my being every pulsation of my heart is consecrated forever I was born of her womb I was nurturedat her breast and when my last hour shall como 1 pray God that I may be pillowed upon her bosom and rocked to sleep within her ten and encircling arms A Scolded Boys Shrieks horrified his grandmother Mrs Marin Taylor of Nebo Ky who writes thutIwhen all thought he would die Buc1cI tens Arnica Salvo wholly cured him Infallible for Burns Scalds Cuts Corns Wounds Bruises Cures Fe verSoros Dolls Skin Eruptions Chilblains Chapped Hands Soon routs Piles 25c at Pennys Drug Store An explosion of dynamite In the fruit and wine house of Mascariat Danville III wrecked about 25 build cityMascariBlack Hand is responsible for the explosion r A tickling ordry cough can be quick ly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store p For Men of Fashion Har9 sciratfner M rx Clothes The most stylish dressers do not dress better in the costliest madetoorder garments than we can dress them in HART SCHAFFNER MARX Clothes r- 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 sure of such quality inyour clothes it pays you 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 SCHAFFNERJ MARX Clothes Suits 20 to 35 Overcoats 15 to 25 We carry other we1i known brands from 5oof- aljCuminiiis 1 to 1500 f WeareD STANFORD KENTUCKY FARM FORIRENT farm of 130 of which It cleared8cre11Oland Is for t5 acres are sowed In grass remainder for cultivation corn and tobacco on shares In druded Ichool district Has dwelling of sir rooms wo stone chlnineyi two lire place tack burn and tobacco burn and oilier outbulld lngl W M MCBPUT KIngS MouutaiuKy tit1m LCSLIYf I Wo 2- IURS j tilde Woos aRaB Futhon TulIowB wax Chueag- GeldenSealtYc1hwltaotlMe7Appte Wild Ctntcr eta We use dealers nubSAtd b l8J6Otr hdtareeturrl- nLuurihand can do btterler you than atecH ct cainniiuon mercWti Refeience any Bank to LnunXe Write rOC weekly pim litlllld ilirtuf teat M 9abe1 A Sees 229EMrketSI LOUISVILLE KY naH B NOR THCOTT 1 c f Will Pay the Highest Market Price for Turi keys See him before selling Call f 153 Stanford Ky p uliY t H B NORTHCOTT Stanford 0 4 e 4 1HE INTERIOR JOURNAL Q c fOL XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 26 1009 NO 79 rnRO AD A E Albright received a letter a low days ago from Judge IL G Wll tams of Qovington containing a hand ssomo donation for tho graded school at this place We are told that tho bolls will rinK for two weddings In our town about Christmas We are almost sure that this Is a fact but will withhold names for a while Rev John Jamison of Livingston will preach at the Baptist church Fri Ifday night Elder Campbell of Leba + non Junction will fill tho pulpit at the Christian church Sunday I Tho Hamilton Society will give an entertainment hero Christmas night en titled Thtt Squiroi Daughter The proceeds will go for tho benefit of the Christian church Tho Baptist Sunday school will have a tree Xmas eve J M Craig bought of John Ssyora some 100pound shoaU at Cc Fred Halm sold to J M Craig 100 barrels of corn at the crib at 3 A J Pike bought of Georgo Brown a threeyear old saddle mare for 125 Henry An derson sold to Mitch Delaney a small cottage In the Anderson addition for 300Fred Hahn a German time to this county from Ohio about 25 years alto and bought a poor and almost worn out farm In tho Freedom section for 700 Mr Hahn had but little capital to be gin with and could scarcely speak a word of English but by hard work scant living and good judgment he made out of the old farm one of tho best in tho county which he sold last week to a Mr Hilton of Madison for 3050 Mr Hahn is now moving his feed andS farming implements to his recently purchased farm near Crab Orchard and will move hit family there at an early date Rev A J Pike is on the Federal grand Jury at London this week One Frith visited In the Bee Lick section Sunday Misses Annie Cass and Myrtle Durham visited Mrs Robert Colyer at Crab Orchard Isaac Storms of Heavy Laurel county Is with relatives here Mrs Susie Thorpe and daughter wore In Mt Vernon Tuesday Mrs Maud Sproulcs of Paris is with Mrs F F Francisco this week Wm flow ell and family of Richmond after a two weeks visit with relatives here have returned home Kd R Gentry of the Louisville Law School II with his parents in tho layers vicinity Clero Wheeldon and wife visited in Pulaski county Mrs Mary Albright spent Thanksgiving with Mrs Chas Lyons at Junction City Mrs Richard Snivel and children are visiting at Rockhold Whitley county Forced Into Exile Wm Upchurch of Glen Oak OicU war an exile from homo Mountain ale ho thought would cure a frlghttu lungracking cough that bad dolled all remedies for two years After six months ho returned death dogging his steps Then 1 began tousoDr Kings Now Discovery he writes and attar taking six bottles I amas well as ever11 It saves thousands yearly from desperate lung diseases Infal lible for Coughs and Colds it dispels Hoarwncs and Soro Throat Cures Grip Bronchitis Hemorrhages Asth ma Croup Whooping Cough 60c and 81 trial bottle free guaranteed by Pmnys Drug Store Joshua Bender of North Coldwell N J claims to bo the champion buckwheat cake and sausage eater of the Orange Mountain section Bender eat down to breakfast yesterday morning and ate GO goodslzedcakell I and two pounds of sausage Ho washed I the meal down with six big cups of cot CeoI If Id been real hungry I dont know 1 what I could have done said Bender but 1 was out late last night Penny guarantees Mlo na tablets to N stop dyspeptic agony In five minutes and cure obstinate cases of indigestion in a few weeks They turn old atom achs Into new ones Try them for any stomach trouble Only fifty cents a large box- Rubies are more valuable than dl- aImondI and are practically Indestruct by fire While a flawless of one karat may be worth roughly about 100 a perfect ruby of the same weight would be worth at least 200 The little Candy Cold Cure Tablets called Proventlcs will In afev hourI safely check all Colds or LaGrlppo tl Try them 4825c Sold by Pennys Drug Store- S tWhite pepper is made from the same black pepper but It is made f from the seeds only while black pep v per Is made from the entire fruit Uuenoa Ayres has the finest opera house in the Western Hemisphere It cost 10000000 1 DANIEL Tho great Magician and Ventriloquist who will hold the boards at Waltons Opera house next Monday night Nov 29 Prices 10e 20tt 30c No higher HUSTONVILLE Choir rehearsal on Friday night will be held at the home of Rev W S Willis Tho penalty for town taxes goes on Dec 1 So all delinquents had bolter see Marshal Lair A large crowd attended the V B Morse sale Saturday and satisfactory prices were realized Tho Hustonville Hunting and Fishing Club returned from Casey with about 400 quail and a fine lot of ducks and fish James Frye a native of this place and a pitcher In tho Blue Grass League is spending a week with friends and relatives here James A Givens agent for the heirs sold to Reichenbach Bros tho Squire Bob Givens farm of 143 acres at 70 Possession at onco Myers Vaughn shipped two cars of export cattle at Cc and one car of heavy hogs at 6c Rile Tucker shipped two cars of assorted hogs at 51 to 7c The Hustonville Poultry Co is ship ping one to two cars of eggs and poul try every week Their business has grown to such proportions that addi tional barns have been secured to hold their purchases A splendid young man a native of this vicinity who for some years has been prospering in tho West while his heart was in Kentucky will arrive ere the dawn of the holidays and two hearts will be made one Fire from a passing engine Ignited the grass in a field belonging to B B King and destroyed much fencing and hay The heartfelt thanks of Mr King is extended to friends whose hard work finally extinguished the flames Tho loss will be fully 300 and will fall on Mr King and Mr Charles Back George Estes who lives near Richards School House while en route to Mt Salem was severely injured by his horse falling through n bridge near Arch Austins The horse was also so riously injured The three bridges from Austins to Richards cross roads have been dangerous for three months and Magistrate Duddcrar was told of their condition two months ago n Young Girls Are Victims of headache as well as older women but nil get quick relief and prompt euro from Dr Zings New Lifo Pills the worlds best remedy for sick and nervous headaches They make pure blood and strong nerves und build up your health Try them 25o at Pennys Drug Store In a kicking football game Yale defeated Harvard Saturday 8 to 0 Capt Coy dropped two field goals from the 35yard line and Harvard on a trim son block kick made a safety behind Ita own goal line Yale made few attempts at rushing and only once in the game was within touchdown distance of the Harvard goal lice It was Capt Coys right foot which won the game Health Coffee Is the cleverest Imitation of real coffee ever yet made Dr Snoop created It from pure parch ed grains malt nuts etc Fine in- flavoris made In just one minute No 20 or 30 minutes tedious bolting Sample free Ponnys Drug Store Mrs Allen F Read was found guilty of attempted extortion bya jury in Judge Sheafcrs court at Denver Col A year ago Mrs Road attempted to force Mrs Genevieve Chandler Phippa to give her 100000 threatening to blow her up with dynamite unless she complied The defense was Insanity 1alns of women head pains or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 2oc box Sold by Pennys Drug Store The Franklin Electric Ice Co has I gone to the wall NEWS NOTES i I Scott county Ind voted dry by 375 I Owing to the diphtheria scare church services and all public gatherings have boon barred at Paris James Elliott Defobaugh editor and proprietor of The American Lumberman died at Chicago Tuesday Three persons are dead and two pro bably fatally Injured as a result of an automobile accident at Cuthbert Ga Pearl Merchant Is in jail at Frankfort charged with detaining an eight yearold child named Usottu Williams Capitalized at 100000 the Wright Company of New York was Incorpor ated to manufacture sell and operate airships William Ray a prominent citizen or Monroe county was instantly killed while blasting rock for a bridge over Line Creek 0 W Shyrock assistant fire chief oC Lexington was given a fine and jail sentence on tho charge of obstructing the registration- J Breck Smither threw himself un der tho wheels of an Interurban car at Versailles with suicidal intent and was ground to death That a private consumer must buy his beer or liquor directly from a re gularly licensed saloon and not from a wholesaler was decided by the Supreme Court of Indiana Hiram Smedley former clerk of Mc Cracken county was given six years in tho penitentiary for embezzlement of tho States funds A young baby as yet unidentified was found dead In the ladles waiting room of the Queen Crescent pus senger station at Lexington Statistics state that three fourths of tho typhoid fever patients are under thirty The Memphis Commercial Appeal aptly adds that a whole lot of them are under six feet During last weeks session of the special term of the Muhlenberg Circuit Court at Greenville five homicide cases were tried Two received life sentences one 13 years and two were acquitted Miis Ella Smiths charred body was discovered in the smoking wreck of her battleIfieldties are looking for a Negro who lived close to the Smith house but who now ts missingIGov Willson refused to grant further executive clemency to M W Rowland who Is serving a jail sentence for misusing money belonging to eon victs while he was a clerk at the State penitentiary The Governor commuted Rowlands original sentence from one year in the penitentiary to a term in jail Judgo J M Benton announced at Winchester that he will appoint are ceiver for the Burley Tobacco Society Ills decision says the Burley Society had no right to use money of one pool to exploit another Suit was brought on the ground that 340000 belonging to 190607 pools was used to support the 1909 pool The case will be appealed Last Tuesday week was the first an niversary of the killing of Senator Edward W Carmack of Nashville by Duncan Cooper and Robin Cooper In honor of his memory the I J has been asked to print this tribute to the South delivered by Senator Carmack during a speech In tho United States SenateTho South is a land that has known sorrows it Is a land that has broken tho ashen crust and moisten ed it with tears a land scarred and riven by the plowshare of war arid billowed with the graves of her dead but a land of legend a land of song u land of hallowed and heroic memories To that land every drop of my blood every fiber of my being every pulsation of my heart is consecrated foreverI born of her womb I was nurtured at her breast and when my last hour shall come I pray God that I may be pillowed upon her bosom end rocked to sleep within her tender and encircling arms A Scolded Boys Shrieks horritlcd his grandmother Mrs Maria Taylor of Nobo Kywho writes that when all thought he would die Buck lens Arnica Salvo wholly cured him Infallible for Burns Scalds Cuts Corns Wounds Bruises Cures Fe verSorod Bolls Skin Eruptions Chilblains Chapped Hands Soon routs Piles 25c at Pennys Drug Store An explosion of dynamite In the fruit and wine house of Joseph Mascari at Danville III wrecked about 25 build cityMascariBlack Hand is responsible for tho explosion L A tickling or dry cough can bo quick ly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Penny j Drug Store p For Men of FashioniBart scitaiiner Marx CIOlhes 1 i The most stylish dressers do not dress better in the o costliest madetoorder garments than we can dress themrin HART SCHAFFNER MARX Clothes j And even at very high prices you can not be sure of getting all fi wool quality J You know what youre getting when you get Hart Schaffner 1 81wool1 j the good of our customers as well as for ours This store is the home of HART SCHAFFNERJ MARX Clothes I pi Suits 20 to 35 Overcoats 15 to 25 t i I We carry other well= known brands f from 5oojio 1500 I n ICaCummins WearerSTANFORD KENTUCKY FARMFORIRENT1 M farm of ISO acres 70 of which li cleared- land Is for rent privately 35 act are- lowcd In grass remainder for cultivation corn and tobacco on bares In Graded Hchool dlitrlct Has dwelling of lit room two stone chlluney two fire tock burn and tobacco barn and other outbulld Ings W SL lit I1IUUT KIngs AfountnlnKy itsrt eatur I Wo Euy- i F U R S a ktdes end Wool Feather TeHow Bectwax Clasena Gda 3eaUYiI wRoOMayApiiIe Wild Ctnter ele Wete dealer nutSJud b 1856 Ont gulf ICIIlIIJ1ln nhadwadobttrlotrwdra neat CT eranerciunti Rtftttoee uy Bui la Louinil Webs lor YratUy txioi liu sad itipcua tea- M Sabel silt lens 229 E Market SI LOUISVILLE KY l ti 1 H B NORTFICOTTsr I f t V 1 Will Pay the Highest Market Price for Ture- keys See him before selling Ca1f 153 Stanford Ky 4 ii H B NORTHCOTT Stanford I T The Interior Journal Eo Co WALTON A MEMORIAL service in honor of the memory of the late Gov John A John SOD of Minnesota will be held Sunday afternoon at the Broadway Tabernacle New York City Invitations to the servico have been extended by the American and Scandinavian Society of New York of which President Nichols Murray Butler of Columbia University is president Speeches will be deliver ed by Gov Hughes former Senator Charles Towne of Minnesota and others President Taft is among those who have been specially invited to attend WE are not at all fearful about lion Harvey Helm getting the nomination and again representing this district In Congress What bothers us is the lack of gratitude on the part of those ho has helped The Advocate and Boyle county people above all should be for him and the Advocates effort to whip the devil around the stump is too gauzy for anything REPRESENTATIVE DAVID A DEAR MONO one of the oldest democratic members of Congress and his grandson Waddle aged six were burned to death in a fire that destroyed the Ds Armond home at Butler Mo He wag a conspicuous figure In the National House and he will be missed in his State and by his colleagues THE State Department is still endeav oring to ascertain Whether or not the Americans put to death in Nicaragua were commissioned by the revolution lath or were acting on their own responsibility Until the exact status is fixed no action will be taken IT took three weeks figuring but the Good Roads Amendment was made to win after all The Election Commissioners certified that the proposition carried by 5000 T SOME 50 divorce suits await the ac tion of the court which convenes next r week at Paris Marriage must be a failure in the good county of Bourbon MATRIMONIAL M H Adams and Mrs Dora Martina were made one at W T Plummers WednesdayJesse Price and Miss Dona Martin were married at Mrs Willie t Prices on the 24th 1A Rhode Island man has wedded i his sons divorced wife and became the stepfather of his grandson Asa Daly a widower of 48 and Miss Lucy Lykin a widow of 35 were married at Eld Joseph Ballous this week aA midget wedding took place In Lexington Raymond Davis aged 18 and weighing 90 pounds was married to Miss Naomi Herring sweet 16 and weighing only 70 Phillip Van Valkenburgh worth 20 000000 and Mrs William Hayes Chapman with 10000000 in her own name were married in Hotel Regis New York City Wednesday John E Madden the wellknown turfman of Lexington has withdrawn the suit for alienation of his wifes af fections which he brought some time ago against Louis Bell also a turfman and his wife Laura Bell Madden asked 50000 Ephraim D Pennington formerly of this place but now a farmer of the Ottenheim section was married Wed nesday to Miss Mary Magdalene Trub the handsome and popular daughter of ire Charles H Trub of Ottenheim I The ceremony was said by Father Leo in St Sylvester church Mr Penning ton is an exceedingly clever and capa ble young man and has a legion of friends ills bride Is a fine young woman add he a to be congratulated on winning her heart and hand GARNETTWARRENAt the Warren hora on East Main street at 230 Wed nesday afternoon Mr Charles Freder ickGarnettand Miss Emma Warren were boundin wedlocks holy bonds by a beautiful ceremony said by Eld D a M Walker of the Christian church The bride who is exceedingly pretty Y and universally popular wore a very handsome traveling suit of blue and her natural beauty showed to its best advantage She is the next eldest daughterof Mr and Mrs Walter Wel don Warren and ia one of Stanfords finest young women The groom is well and favorably known here having been 4 assistant agent for the LX N a num I ber of years He numbers his friends by his acquaintances and they all con gratulate him on winning for his help Jl meet so charming a lady After the 4 ceremony which was witnessed by many friends the happy couple drove aItoCrab Orchard and took the train for a Southern trip of some three weeks f While absent they will spend some time at Iensacola and New Orleans Misses Mae and Anna Warren sisters of the bride accompanied Mr and Mrs Garnett as far as Crab Orchard The pretty Warren home was tastily deco II rated with chrysanthemums and ever greens The popular couple received handsome In fact they remembrancesrturn Mr and Mrs Garnett will be at home to their friends at Warrendale home of the brides parents CHURCH MATTERS ExGov James D Porter has resigned as chancellor of the University of NashvilleThe brick building of the Corbin Christian church was dedicated Sunday Eight were baptized into this church SaturdayRev Stamper of Knox county is holding an interesting meeting at Good Hope in the Eait End There have been several confessions Rev Stamper is the county judge elect of Knox county The revival at the Central Christian church Lexington closed with Gt3 additions The series of meetings was conducted by Dr R H Croasfiel president of Transylvania University formerly pastor of the Christian church at Owpnsboro Dr Crossfield held a splendid meeting at the Christian church here some two years ago Program for Womens Home and Foreign Missionary Societies at Metho dlstchurch today Friday at 2 P M 1 Hymn 261 2 Psalm 100in concert 3 Hymn 653 4Scripture lesson Isa- Iah 40th Mrs Robert Simms 5Pray er Mrs E T Pence jDays of June Mrs Engleman 7 Report from W H M Society Board meeting Mrs J J Dickey 8 Treasurers Palaver Miss Minnie Straub 9Sue Bennett Memorial School Its Needs Mrs Jessie Stage Offering Hymn 355 Benediction POLITICAL Cameron Forbes was inaugurated as Governor General of the Philippines Wednesday W Edward Proctor the Republican nominee for City Auditor of Louisville in the recent election was shot and killed on the street thereby R M Cull y who charged improper relations with his wig William J Moxley Republican was elected member of the House of Rep resentatives from the Sixth Illinois die WilliamLorimerinsurgent Republican and a Democrat Tho newspapers are saying nice things about Hon Jesse Alverson of Stanford who Is a candidate for as slstant clerk of the Senate Mr Alver son filled this responsible position during last term and his work was highly complimented Being a news paper man he is wellknown and high ly thought of by the press people who trust that he will land the job He Is one of the best posted men on political matters in the State and a mighty clever fellow Richmond Climax n IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Sixty shares of Madison National Bank stock sold at Richmond at 18366 Abraham Woolsteln a prominent merchant of Uarrodsburg dropped dead thereWinston Bowman John Fair and Samuel Sharp of Casey each had sev eral cattle to die from eating black smut found on corn W W Stephenson of Harrodsburg was appointed special judge of the Pu laski Circuit Court to preside at the trial of one case where the regular judge is disqualified Oscar Osborn and his wife are in a hospital at Richmond both mortally wounded as a result of shots fired by Osborn during a family quarrel Robert Hendrick boon companion of Os born learning of the probable double tragedy committed suicide by stabbing himself to death Mr and Mrs D C Sipple of Lin cola county who recently disposed of their three farms there will move to London this week For the present they will make their home with their eon Rev C J Sipple and will soon open a dairy farm hereLondon Sentinel Chain AndLetBoy Run Loose That is exactly what many parents- are doing here and they oftentimes wonder who or what has ruined their boys They have been in school everyday but the teacher either does not teach them any morality or else his or her teaching is a failure The truth is the boys are on the streets from the time school closes until late at night The street corner is the best place in the world for teaching vice profligacy and crime nearly all the bad language and idle vicious habits of boys are taught On the streets at late hours of the night Teachers may be able to accomplish a little in counteracting vile Influences but much of their labor is- In vain until parents cooperate with them in keeping their boys off the treets Harrodsburg Herald What possessed old Tightwad to think that Gladys would make him a good wife Because at Bridge she always declared spades when she was rich enough- to afford no trump Those who travel to Danville over modernized roads havnt much to see hitho way of a court house when they arrive Stanfords seat of justice discounts ours yet Boyle excels Lincoln- In taxable value Advocate eqTEMPEST AND SUNSHINE cornea to SaturdayDeescenery and the production is a first class one in every particular srtarw ++KSA 13w b r m t i ionerslslIe I Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to a Judgment of tho Un coin circuit court rendered nt the Novem ber term lift In the action of AY II llht Bins Guardian PrIce do the uneleretgnedaenminloaer Wl0n MONDAY DE01 1H In front of the new court house la Stan ford Ky at about 1 oclock P M offer for sale at public outcry to the hltfbestand belt bidder on n credit of fix month a and lot near tbe In Grub OrchardLIn coin county Ky bounded tbui Begin In the proud lately where stock scales In junction of stood thence with line laid road W of the I no Of Ira Alice Nowlnd lot lot of Jos Ileaiants thnncoaldtlinotoopplkettbence B wit h line of said pike to Ig B something war au acre The object of the tale U for a division o f tho proceeds The purchaser will be re to execute bond for tale ptlc0- pnyablotothecoouutelonerbearlnu a per pali having the force nnd effect of n judgmen and secured by lien on the property Jn PAXTON MO L00- P IJ McHobtrti Atty for 1Ialn- tlfiCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to Judgment of the Llncol t circuit court rendonnl nt the Novembe term 1KW in the nctlon of Krctl JCwnllni Gunrdlan A against Fred VonGruenl an Ac the undersigned commliiloncr will 01 MONDAY DEO 1S11W nt about 1 P Mln front of lift court hou e door In Stanford Ky offer sole at put lIe outcry to the highest and best bidder 011 acndltof six im undivided Ml In terest In the following lands on the water of Lick Branch of Hanging Fork In Lin coin county Ky 1 A tract bounded on the East by thvlani1 of Alfnd Stm tons heirs on the Wet bv the lands of Mrs Katherlne Ador and Dnvli Kennedy on the North the land of A I bert VonOruenlgan on the Bouth by tho county road- S A tract of land bounded by the land of Mrs Katharine Ador and others more par tlcularly described In the petition which II referred to for a description The purchasers will be requiredpureaa- rlcepnynbletothacouuuasloner bonds with for the o per cent Interest from until pnld having the force and elect of n Judlt men and secured by lien on the ropers 9 sold JlI J XTONMO 100K B Alcorn Atty for 1laintt- fTCOMMISSIONERS SALE Lincoln Circuit Court Pursuant to n Judgment of the Lincoln circuit court rendered at the Novembe 1BOV In the action of Miss Annlo K term Ac against Mrs P M Dunns Heirs Sothe undorstgncd commissioner will 01 MONDAY DEO 13 IOOV In front of the court house door in Stan lord K offer for sale at public auction to the highest and best bidder the house and lot on Danville Htreet In Stanford LIncoln county Kythus described Beginning at a stake in thll East edge of thin Danvllli pike corner to lot of J H nice tuence with that line on Eastwardeoune x6 leet to tbe tine of M D KlmorettiumconNorth ward courso with his line 78 feet A Slnches thence with his linen Westward course ss feet to East edge of Danville pike thenci with Kaat edge of sameTSfeet to tbe beginning The object of the tale It to satisfy the debts of Mist Annie K Dunu for JIiK3lH with a per cent Interest from March 8 Itttt credited by Una paid Jan 1 IsiH and of Sirs lou W mbry forl cent Interest from March II 1NeSclredltrUeb uu paid Jan J hex against the estate of Mrs Dunn end the costs of the said action TERMH The sale will ba made on lltlof six and 12 months in equal Installments bond with good security for tbe purchase price will bo required of the purchaser pay able to the commissioner besrlngflper hallnlthecured by lien JD PAXTON M O LOOK B Alcorn Atty for 1Ialntl- aeCOMMISSIONERS SALE a Lincoln Circuit Court As directed by judgment of the Lincoln cIrcuit court rendered at the November term 1000 In the action of the tltnte Ilnnk A Trust Co Guardian tc nllallllt Dudley K UHHI dec the undersigned commissioner 1111 on MONDAY DEO 18 1909 curthousedoorlie outcry to the highest and best bidder on a credit of six months tho tract of land about T miles from Stanford in Lincoln county Ky on Stanford t wnynelbure pIke bounded thus Beginning at 3 cheat nuts near Hutchisons sell Milhouso thence UfliWS poles 16 l W 0 poles IS links to beech on East side of pike H an K 22 poles to n stake B 4SH K 84 poles H ffl J E- 2e poles to locust In old line with tame N 4C4 E 7 poles 15 links to where two white oaks and sugar tree stood a ox K 44 poUt iO link twlllte oak H Butch tons corner N UTH E w polo 11 links to poplar stump corn rto tame and Hill N 43 W pIII n poplar on old corner at8l polesl5lnkinnit 78ytqtldo of pike with same H 11E 27 poles u links to take In front of house H 31 W 28 polesacres links to the beginning containing and 80 poles more or loss save ana except ono acre heretofore deeded to Bchool DlalrlctNo02The sale 1s for a division of the proceeds Bond good ocnrlty for the purchnse prlco will be required of tbe purchaser bear InltG per cent Interest from date of sa 0 until paid having the force and effect of n payable to tbecommlillonernndsecured by Hen on tbe laud J 1J PAXTON M O LOO- G D Florence Atty for Plaintiff POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbId hunting fishing or any kind of trespassing on our places and will prosecute vi ilatort to the full extent of the law Mis Mattte Ilewet Ilelchenbach Bros Fred Baumann AT Traylor Lllburn Gooch N H Plummer Will Hester NunnelleyJJ W llaughman J K Brace David Htevent John Oameniach WmOordler Dan M D Klmore FteitlfandorfJJThompson J F Motor Kadi AKibasa Mrs N J Horton OLoulerWRev Father Leo Dr GO Perry II W Bn Baugbman llrinh Albright AV Mrs Margaret Gooch Jacob Gander GeoOGlvent WHTraylor Sam Ilobertt John Juror Amend Schaefer M J Hermann KT Iteazley A It Matheny OwaleyMHT Harris U o Watkins JO Hundley It IfOrow Mrs Nannlo 11 Good O K McClure Anderson Carr Anton Ilonecker W M Dlihon Fred VonGruonlgan T L Bnughman Mrs Ador OarpenterWJohn H Lee TI Christian JncobTom Ferrilf W W Pitman Fred Payk Alex Ooa r J NevIn Carter Woic4IfUAndersonGus Ilelssl T A Rice Reuben Curtis Chrlt0amenlscb James Smith Tlntley Bpoonamore P W Carter A L Carter BWOatnee W P J LHoltzclaw W M Fields + WhiteNlss iJ tFOR SALE1 Cover Hotel at Crab Orchard also itore room Juit across street with post office ad Joining and a cottage or ofllco ol three room All necessary outbuildings MR8t UllTIHGOVEIl Crab Orchard Ky MASONS MEET FhAMwllimeetLincoln Lodge No toO In stated communication on each lint anti third Monday nights tench month at Tau oclock In their hall on main strveet Stan ford Ky Members of sister lodges aNI fra ternally Invited to be presentW Pen nlngton see B D CARTER New Llvorv Depot Street Phone gO- 8TANFORDkEHTVCKY SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEERING all kinds ofaridalvlenpahueerttig promptly Mywork wilt be guaranteed and lilY prices are 18- lonable Write me lit lcKhll1e or call nu over tbe telephone through the Hustonville I Exchange vVALfEIl MCKINNBY WANTED TO RENT SMALL FANM I wont to rent n smallinrnt of 00 to Joo acres two or three miles from Htanfonl Prefer loud partly In cultivation and partly itt crass Small house desired Address w P Interior Journal omce StanKkcare CLEMENS HOTEL J L EUUV Pror DANVIlLE KENTUCKY Large airy outside rooms Commercial travelers a specialty Special rates by week or month Tbe proprietor It R former Lln cola county man and should remember him when stopping in his town NOTICE I Insure your Tobac co and Tobacco Barns in the West End In surance Agency Get your policies written right in a good com pany by W J CAMPBELL Ilustonville Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Lincolngtern IWW in the action of L It ilughet UuardlanAo against K May Jones Aotlu undersigned commissioner will on MONDAY DKCII JHW at about 1 r x In front of the courthouse door in Htanford Ky offer for sola at pub Ito outcry to the highest anti best bidder the undivided tt interest of J T Jonescblldren In the train of land near Mliledgevlllelin Lincoln county by the Manville t Ilustonville turnpike on the North the county rond the lands of Ilobort Durham nod Hannah Itrnneni on the Vest by the lands of Thos host and I H Hughes on the Mouth II tho lands of Mrs Mary Johnson and H H Newell the whole tract containing 70 acres The obltc of the tale Is for reinvestment TERMSThe tale will be made Dna credit of sir months bond with good security for the purchase prlco will bu required of the purchaser payable to the commissioner per cent interest from data of sale until paid having the force and effect of a Judgment and secured by lien on the Inter est told J n PAXTON M 0 JOO KH Alcorn Atty for tIaln- tiffCommissioners Sale 1 Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to a Judgment of the Ltn- coin circuit court rendered at the November t6rnt 1101 In tho action or J il Bryan dmr etc vt KlwoodTottenetc the un lertlgned commiiiloner will on MONDAY DEC 13 Iracounty court day at about 1rnIn front of tbe new court house In Htanford Ky offer for sale at public outcry to the highest md best bidder on n credit of six months the house and lot near Stanford In Lincoln county the East side of the Danville h Htenlont turnpike bounded on the pike on tho North and Kant by thehand of John lIrlght on the South by the land of W II 1111 containing III- polea and known as the old tailgate prop ertyTho object of the sale It to pay the In of Mrs lnr D and dl executtThepurchaserwille bond for the purchase monthseomminloiterdue In six bearing II cent Interest from date of tale until judgmenisold Tbe shares of the Infants otten and Vera Totten will remain n lien on the property until tbt attain tbe age of 21 unless their guardian In the mean time executes tho land ref by the Olvll Code J 11 PAXTON M O LOO O B Baufley Atty for Plaintiff Weak WomenT- oweak and al1lft wonted thereway to help But with that way two treattMatt must One is local on if eonttlta tlonal busboUt are important both tt atUl Dr Shoops Night Cure li the Local Dr Bhoops Rcftoratlve Ib cea1 Tbs formarDr Bboopt NlohtCt1rtiatopieslr- efocus ruabrma toppotltory reaedr Snoops Uvt it internal treat meat Tbs Restorative read throughout Uu entire snum t ekinc the repair ol all nerve all tI NIbeurulname lmrDI does IM aaundischarges while the KettoraUve eases nervous BxeUeacDt gives reuewer111lfor and ambition builds up wasted about lftQ and energy Take Dr hoops ReItoraue1abIMiorLlquldfa IIeral SO to lbs urtaro Vorpoutiycloealntlpu- MatwDr all Shoops Night CurePENNYS DRUQ STORE t Shoes For Service I f Thats 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 Thats the kind you get when you buy a WalkOver Mens iV Ease or Honest Mike Try a pair and you will see our judgment on Shoes for Service is correct Regular and high tops 350500 lor 650 and 750 a pair fi H J McROBJ3RTS STANFORD KENTUCKY t m III G L Penny R II Cofloy 1 It Coleman I lJinolmThe Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil is a mostSJfB m Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health mStrength It is Especially Useful For Coughs and Colds tiImSoldunder a Guaran tee at fiN I PENNYS Stanford DRUG Kentucky TORE1c 8BB179B EBE1J II 1 e 1 RAIN COATS IIt Choose any from the new ones we show and youre sure of being right for theyre PILE OFf F STYLE I Make and thats an index of there being none wrong Good Clothes satisfy and when theyrdont we do Either way youre protected W E PERKINS y t Crab Orchard Ky l l Tot Il1o JI 1 r ilot IlcIY t IJ vi X We Know as Muss Anybody v A IoMn t 4 f1 e ltf- ed f About the kind of weather we are going to have We dont know neither does any one else but wo do know it always hIt j c r 0 ti L gotlencoltiand ie apt to get cold at any time Are you prepared for it If not to our etoro und let us prepare you for f 11 a y Winter Our store is now full of choice merchandise at reasonable prices You gain nothing by waiting Come now while assortment I is large t 1 I i J I Jot r r yr- A 1rJy SEVERANCE SON STANFORD1r- I The Interior Journal J 1 4 iV 8TAN FORD KY Nov 20 1900 SOME great bargains in box paper are v being closed out to make room for now stock at Iennyi Drug Store PERSONALS OWENS was at Lancaster Wed tJVIC t 4 ED HUBY of Somerset U with Uus sell Brown REV U Br MAHONY was at Paint Lick Tuesday 1MISS DOLUE McRonBHTfl IB with Richmond nerds Miss LUCY GOVER of Pulaikl is with Mn r 0 Rankin ThanklIMiss BERTHA giving with London friellcHCUK W K SHOQAR3 wife and IonC were In Loutsvlllo this week Ma K M NBWLAND Is working In Buranco in Whitley and Bell G N Ashtoa wu truck by light slag and killed near Owensboro s I MISS ELIZABETH LUTES of Rust on vine was with Miss Bessie 11111 I i o MIsS KATE WATERS is convalescing from a alight attack of MRS J A WALTER has returne- t from a visit to Richmond relatives liON J M ALVKtisoy attended the foot ball Rome at Lexington yesterday Miss BESSIE HQLTZCLAW spent Thanksgiving with Psrksvlllo friends Mum VIRGINIA BOURNE of College Paris Is hero with the home Lfolks DR E J BROWN and W IL Wearer- spent several days In Rockcasllo itcy quail MR W B BULLOCK Is assisting at the depot during Mr L W Hughes absence Miss MARY HIGGINB is up from Som ergot where she is teaching a flourishing music class DR W B FOREMAN of Louisville visited his brother Arnold Foreman at Mr A Roots MRS J M CARTER of Moreland took v yesterdays train for Corbin to visit her daughter MR AND MRS W F SHERIDAN of Louisville spent yesterday with Mr and Mrs J S Rice MRS JAMES MERBIION came up fro Lebanon Junction to eat Thanksgiving f 1dinner with her mother MR AND MRS H C BAUQIIMAN aro with Eld and Mrs J W Hagin at Covington for a few days Miss ANN DBJARNETTE is in Crab Orchard visiting her sister Mrs J B Willis Richmond Climax MR J It NUNNBLLEY and wile left I Tuesday for Fort Worth Texas whero they will spend the winter MR AND MRS J E FARRIS left today for Orlando Fla whoro they will spend the winter Advocate MR AND MRS J THOMAS CHERRY of Brodhead spent a few day with the I family of Mr J Harry Hilton REV R n NOEL went up to Paint Lick to eat Thanksgiving turkey with j hie daughter Mrs J B Woods MR J M ESTES a prosperous Care mer of the Southern end of Lincoln q r paid this office a substantial call thi week CLYPB RAINES who moved with his f father Mr Sim Raines to Corbin from 1 this place a few weeks ago a lit with sever y MWIDAMES L II AND W T STONE went to Lancaster Wednesday to see VVtheir sister Mrs Minnie Bland who la t very 11- 1MRW 0 WALKER joined a Garrard c n patty at Mt Vernon Tuesday and kllllnglquall In Rockcastle and PulaskiJUDOB M C SAUFLEY leaves this af I tetpoonCor Salyersvllle where ho will i boM a special term of the Magoffln cir s cult court Mss S E BROOKS and Miss Mollie Brooks have returned from a delightful t visit to Messrs J W and J R Brooks hhi California MRS FANNIB HUBBLE and family have moved from Turnersvillo to thoI cottage on East Main street recently vacated by Mrs Adelia Woods DR J M BRONAUOII of St Louis Is with his parents at Crab Orchard The doctor will likely locate at Lexlng t ton for the practice of his profession j MRS SHELTON M SAUFLEY and ton Shelton Marshall of Frankfort are with Mr and Mrs J C McClary The husband and father will join them Sat rdaytt a MRS W W HAYS ta with Lancaster friendsC SirPLE of London was hero TuesdayMRS C GIVENS Is visiting Par is relatives Miss ETIIEL FETTRO spent yesterday- at Richmond loo PERRY spent Thanksgiving with Richmond relatives MR L R HUOHES and wlfo spent Thanksgiving with Mt Vernon friends Mat HOWARD CAMNITZ of Huston ville was tho guest of Blpdaoe Bailey liON AND MRS W II SHANKS went up to Madison yesterday to spend a fowJ days with the tatters parents MR H J McRouERTS wife and Miss Anno Davis McRoberta spent yes Iterday with Lancaster relatives DOLLIB GOOD of Boyle Miss Fletcher of Indianapolis and Mr J TtGoode also of Indianapolis are Mr and Mrs B D Carter LOCALS NEW line of gone at White81toreI WATCH for date holiday opening next Issue Farris thatare beautiful and lasting go to W H Mueller I dressdMEAT cutters lard presses sausage stufTers lard cans etc at W II lUg sine nLoIT betweenStanford and Dan ville a long tan cloak Leave at Severance Sons nCL01IIINO kid gj neck ties fan vests made good as now Sulta made to measure J F BrwJy 4U FOR tho greatest reduction in mil finery especially wings and all fancy trimmings go to tho Misses Straub TUB young people will enjoy a swell hop at Waltons Opera House tonight Saxton Trost will furnish tho music WANTED to buy a good Lincoln coun ty farm of the value of f20000 to f10 000 Address Lock Box 204 Stanford Ky DANIEL tho mysterious man will do some remarkable stunts at Walton Opera louse Monday night Prices 30cgTUB Maccabeo atSomerset passed resolutions asking that its mom bers vote and work for local option in tho election Dec 7 FOR SALE Beautiful fiveroom cot tage garden barn lot and barn on Lo ganavcnuo Price and terms to suit purchaser Cicero Reynolds TALK with mo buying a type writer and see sample at my homo T A Brackett local agent for Standard Typewriter Exchange New York J F GOVER will have a sale of his stock crops etc at his home near Turncraville on next Thursday Dec 2 He will ciao rent his farm on that day J THE plo social given by the Goshen school Friday night last was a decided presentsas as I total amount raised was 2200 THANKSGIVING was generally observ ed here yesterday The banks and most oa the stores were closed the poatolflco kept Sunday hours but as usnal tho newspaper men put in lull time WILL A BROOKS r ofCrab Orchard who was in Atlanta a few weeks ago tella us that Mr D po Carson former ly of this place la building a 40000 homo on Peachtree street In Atlanta JUNCTION CITY la Setting to be the best town in the country Marshal ke Clem tells the Advocate that only three arrests have been made in the town in months and were for small olfenseeITo PRINTERS This office has for sale a lot of display and body typo which hast been used very little a medium sizedt Imposing atone a lot of cases end soy eral cone pulleys Will go cheap ifgold at once INTERIOR JOURNAL officeI Stanford Ky AT Waltons Opera House on Friday evening Dec 10 the laughable three act comedy Whats Next will be presented by local talent under tho management and training of Miss for tha Jackson The proceeds will go to Christian Endeavor Society t f NEW lino of shoes at Whites store WANTED to buypiano Emil Greenberg EVERYTHING for Thanksgiving at Whites store FOR nice holiday presents go to Muel lers jewelry store NEXT month is Xmas see the line of W H Mueller the jewelerC- 1RYsANTJIEMUMB at 50c per dozen with vines Ed Hubbard Stanford ROAST that ion a Lish roaster is the best Goo H Farris Agt J IP you are looking for fresh oysters and celery go to J D Hortons restaurant t You can get all the ingredients for that Thanksgiving black cake at G D Hoppers THE person who borrowed my roofing tools will please return them I need them now J A Allen Stanford MR HENRY C lea candidate for mayor of Danville How we would like to deaden over the line and vote for him THOSE who fail to pay their taxes In the Crab Orchard graded school district by Dec 1 will bo advertised Geo W Bronaugh Treasurer THE Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tlan church at Crab Orchard will give a bazaar and exchange In J C Magee vacant storeroom on Dec 11 o FOR SALE Thoroughbred Bronz Turkeys Pekin Drakes and White Wy- andotte Cockerels Mrs James N Cash Turnersville Phone No 992i I WILL be at Hustonvlllo Saturday Nov 27 to collect taxes Tho penalty is added Dec 1 Pay up and save thi I penalty T J Hill sheriff Lincoln I county FARM FOR SALE 116acro farm Oh DIx river four miles North of Stanton and near Hubble Improvements fairly good and splendid new barn J F RIgney Son Stanford I WILL onThureda Dec at 10 oclock A M sell publicly my stock trope and machinery as before advcr Used Will also rent out my farm on that day if not rented privately before J F Gover Turneraville Ky MR THOMAS B ROBINSON forme sheriff of Garrard entertained the Con federate veterans of Robert Logan Commandery at a sumptuous dinner at tho Kengarlan Hotel Lancaster In honor of Judge M C Saufley of this place MESSRS J F AND C L GOVER of the Turncravillo section have opened a grocery store at Corbin and are doing a nice business It is one of the pret tlest stores In tho town Miss Mary Crowe of this county is bookkeeper for the firm t- oSEE Daniel the marvel of the con tury at Waltons Opera House Mon ventriloquistIexcellence Admission lOc 20c 30c the latter for reserved seats HARRY JACOBS the McKinney monu ment man passed through to Lances ter yesterday with a handsome tomb stone to be placed aver the grave of Uriah Dunn whose remains have rested in the city of the dead at that place for many years Ills grandson Mr U D Bright of this city had the work done THERE will be a mass meeting of all the churches in Stanford at the Chris tian church Sunday night In the Interest of the temperance cause A num ber of laymen will speak and the meet- Ing will be under the auspices of tho Anli Saloon League A large atten lance Is requested and an interesting meeting may be expected TEMPEST AND SUNSHINE to be seen at Waltons Opera House on Saturday evening Dec 4 is a dramatiza lea of Mary J Holmes popular novel The book is too well known and widely to enter into any description of the plot and Lem B Parker the dramatist has closely followed the theme all the way through tho four acts and six scenes Nearly every one has read Tempest and Sunshine and those who have not should do so and then jo and see the play They will appre ciate the pathos and humor all the none MATTIE SHEARINS store at Milledgeville was broken into and rob bed of a lot of goods A REPORT was current yesterda that a school teacher at Highland brok out with smallpox Tuesday We wer unable to get further particulars EMILE GREENBERG of the Tbeator jum will give away 5 In gold to his patrons next week Each patron will be given a ticket and the holder of the lucky one will get tho V OUR good friend Mrs A D Root knowing that turkey is too high priced a bird for a newspaper man sent us a big fat hen So it will be seen that wo had something to give thanks over TUB Stanford High School eleven de feated the D D Institute team of Danville on the grounds here Wednes day afternoon by a score of 17 to 10 The game was an interesting and ho one from start to finish J H Shanks umpired and John N Menefee was ref teeW H MEEKS record keeper of King Mountain Tent No Ill has received a check for 3050 held by the late J A Engleman In the Knights of Ma cab es and it has been turned over to his ben eficiarics Mr Engleman was initiated in February 1908 and had paid into the Supreme Tent 4- 5Auctioneer I I otter my services to the people of Lin colncountp as nn auctioneer Hnttitactloi guaranteedMorelandWMcWIIOJtTKK Ky Jt FU No1 FOR SALE OR RENT orrentOno house for Mile containing 1 room S porches Rood fruit 8 acre of land good outbuilding on the Homenct pike plrUcQhus FOR RENT I For 1010 my term of CI2 acres at Crab Orch Bra 6 to 10 acres of line tobacco land bnl ance for corn mendow oDd pnituro For further Information call on J Ward Moore me at lien dersonvlller1UO11AS 11 SINGLE- TONCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court W H Iloutft Admr Plaintiff vs Wn Moreland Defendant Notice of Hale In obedience to n jmlffmont rendered 111 the above style court and action at the No vomber term IWfl the undersigned commit stoner will ul about 1 p won MONDAY DEC 1S1W9 In front of tho court house door InHtnnforC Ky offer for sale at public outcry to thE hltcbeat and beat bidder on a credit of il months the onehalf of an undivided 111 remainder subject to the life estate of iln bL W Moreland In a tract of 100 acres 01 land on the waters of the Hanging Fork I Lincoln county Ky bounded on the Nont- by the land of A W Carpenter on the Eatby the Samuel Helm lands on the Wet b blthoHill land plaintins0 percent Interest from June is 1W6 until and the costs I1h1bondprice payable to the commissioner bearln o per cent Interest from dnte of sale unitpaid having tho force and erred of a Judy men and secured by lieu F Fr FOUIilTTBpeclal Commissioner Report of tho Condition of The National Bankof Hustorjvllle at Hustonvllle In the State of Kentucky nC the close of business NoV IS JIM I llESbCHCKS Loan and Discounts 13812 IOvordraftRsccurcd and unsecured i5y5 s U B lionds to secure circulation 1200 00 Ranking housoturnlture and fix tunes 8800 00 Duo from National Itanks not reserve agents 4438 00 Due from State nnd Private Banks A bankers Trust Companies and savings banks SSB M Duo from approved r rvo agents 99TM M Checks and other cash Items 13 Tf Notes of other Kntloniil llnnks K 00 Fractional Paper currency nlck els and cont S2S II Lawful Money Reserve in hank fist Specie Jl55OW I galtender notes ax 00 1WM5 00 Redemption fund with UH Treas urer 0 per cent of circulation e2sro- s2ousg 01 LTAniLITIFA Capital Block paid In tsiono oo our 170000Ovldidand tuxes paid IU14 00 National Ilank notes outstanding 12r10m- ndu to other National lliinks Yxl5 ixj Due to Htato and private bank and nanken Individual deposits Htibjeotcheclc- Uertlllud I177CO 08 chock Notes and bill redlioounted 81W 00 1309190 OI Lincoln 55- 1JWifpckerCasfderoftimeI abovenamed bunk do wvar tho above statement truu to the beat of my knowl and belief JW HOOKKH Cashier Kubsertlwdandsworntobefoeemertbre 2nd- IayotNov19091WIlosklueN1 My commission expires Correct Attest Edward Alcorn JWPowell and J D Depp Directors A = 3 como KY FOR MRS I i L K Hughes T W Humble W 0 M rltI 1 WINTER GOODS i II Winter is about here and it will pay you to look through our F stock before buying i See our line of Scarfs Underwear Outing Dress Goods Shoes Hosiery Skirts Ginghams Novelties Etc Etc This stock has been carefully selected and we absolutely know our Ii prices are right We invite comparison on any article in ourhistore and we guarantee quality and prices to lie equal to any j town and in a good many cases the price to be lower and the quality to be bettcrI a r If HUGHES MARTIN GQ 1 I Dry Goods Notions Shoes 1 STANFORD KENTUCKY 1jl J 1STANFORD1 Saturday Dec 4 1909iI I W F MANN Presents j t MISS DOLCE MELROSE and MISS MADGE THURSTONP IN i Tempest AND Sunshinel A Dramatization of MARY J HOLMESjFamous Novel s a A Beautiful Story of Southern Life r t 2ND SUCCESSFUL SEASON Special Scenic Production Prices 25 i 50 and 75c Reserved Seats on Sale at SHUGARS t4 TANNERS t l M G MURPHY J W ACTON r4 I j Just think of it The person that buys goods on time and pays hi accounts has to pay enough extra to make up for the ones that do not pay or j the merchant has to go out of business Remember we eave you money oa each purchase Mens extra heavy overalls 0ic mens heavy fleeced tinder wear 44c per garment a full suit for 88c a full lino of misses and ladies underwear 24c up to 40c mens heavy work shirts 49c the best outings any color OJc per yard heavy Dress Ginghams OJc Apron Ginghams 6and 7c 84 patent shoes 8353 84 vici kid and box calf shoes 353 mens bro 17CBon l 5c Capital Matches large bor4c Ohio River Salt 280lb barrel 150 Dont forget to call for a copy of our monthly price list on or after the 15th 1 of each month MURrHyaApTONfJ The Cash Bargain Store j Kings Mountain Ky Bring rtoNunnelleys New Stock 11QYdrdsll Are now completed and are ready for all kinds of live stock with good covered pens and plenty of feed and water Firstclass accom t modations anti charges reasonable Your gup port and patronage cordially solicited Phone No1 Court Day Second Monday I M BRUCE Assistant J r IfJ 4 + rr+ SwLY i at T n W- L E U J 1 The Interior Journal Jtetrcd in the PottOffice oJ Stanford 01 tnendelaM matter L N TIME TKBLE- v No1Houth11t26PYNo No 14 North ffO A X- NorlNorthet6 p x No 1710 at AM NoISJWr M JOS S RICE Agent A S PRICESurgeon Dentist TAM FORD KENTUCKY Office over MoRoberU Drug Store the Owsley Building FARM FOR SALE I grftllbndthe Mtanford pike iprovements nn fencing good of water and trust Also 1x3 acre of timbered land one mil EMt of McKlnney fence plont ef water and good tobacco land See grow ngcrop JAQIVKNHAROnt McKinney Ky fall and Winter Stock HaTe your mensure taken by a tailor of ex perience Then your clothes wbetbern low price business suit or the finest evening clothes will have that Individuality flt- which plainly Indicate they were made to Jonrmesue for extra trouser fancy take vestsmtop- coats and overcoats Fall and winter samples on hand ready tor your Inspection I II O BUPLEY The Tailor I CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE r can furnish the public with the best ns well as the freshest of cut flowers plants or- all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a claltyof wreaths for for funeral purposes aUklndlprices CHIUBTMANGUKKNHOUHEB ED IlUHBAKD I BO- RStanford Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 89 Office gG r Insure with me and be fully protected f CONCRETINGi We are osition to do all kinds of con crating such ns Itlock Work Pavements and In faetwe can mako any thing from r i bouse down to n fence post We can se you promptly and guarantee flr priceI1 PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky INSURANCER Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLive StockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis count JLBeazleyCo4 DndotiKers and Embalm en Also Dealer in Fur Theyuwill exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and j 0aler inlHarness Saddler f f STANFORDD KY I4 Osti rUjHe 197 HomeJPbons a r 4i11ilo tl IJili J FARMERS DEPARTMENT T M Green the favorite ran fourth at Latonia Tuesday FOR SALE25 G pound cattle W P Logan Stanford R F D No1 Matt Myers sold to John W Walker of Garrard a pair of mules for 380 R H Trow bought of Dr M H Marsh of Boyle a Duroc pig for 25 M P Hamilton of Pulaski sold at Lancaster 17 heifers arid steers at 2 to 31c Tho barn of William Hodge near Henderson was struck by lightning and burned At Fayette Brooks sale near Bry antsville mules sold at 135 to 160 Corn in field brought 215 L W Kelleys big tobacco barn in poundswup I Cribs containing 22000 bushels of cirn owned by Nunn Duncan of Henderson county were burned Oratorio tho 17 year old trotting stallion was sold by George Anderson of Richmond Ind to James Hamble yton of Indianapolis for 3000 FOR SALE Three 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 ap predated C C Gover A pale red dehorned cow eight years old under bit in right ear white spot on left flank white tall with a portion of the bush off gives two gallons of milk a day left my place Nov 22 Re ward William James Rowland Clelland Coleman bought 85 1325 pound cattle from G C P Cecil at 61c from Jacob Huguely 70 of same weight at 5c from Ike Shelby at5jc and 40 1500pounders from J T Car penter of Lincoln at 6c Advocate 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 etc two good cisterns the whole farm being well watered well fenced and lays well Will sell as a whole or cut 200 acres with improvements to suit pur chaser which includes 100 acres as fine bottom land as there is in the county This is a bargain See L R Hughes Stanford Ky PREACHERSVILLE Allie May the daughter of Mr and Mrs Logan Thompson is quite ill vThe Baptist Sunday school at this place is contemplating a Christmas treeDid you thank the Giver of every good and perfect gift yesterday for the manifold blessings which were yours to enjoy in the year departed 7 A party of hunters from this place with Mr John Carpenter and sons of Oklahoma has gone to the knobs in the Dripping Springs section to hunt pheasantsJ Preachersvilles faithful blacksmith has sold his home here to S D Carpenter for 1200 Mr Payne is as yet undecided where he will lo cate but we hope he will continue a citizen of our quiet city as he is a skilled workmate an artistic farrier and his place will be hard to fill satis factorily to the farmcrsand horse owe ers in this section Rills Her Foe of 20 Years The most merciless enemy I had for 20 years declares Mrs James Duncan of Haynesvllle Me was Dyspepsia I suffered intensely after eating or drinking and could scarcely aleep After many remedies had Palled and several doctors gave me up I tried Electric Bitters which cured me completely Now I can eat anythin- gI am 70 years old and am overjoyed to get my health and strength back again For Indigestion Loss of Appetite Kidney Trouble Lame Back female Complaints Its unequaled Only 60o at Pennys Drug Store Valley Forge Farm the magnificent Chester county home of Secretary of State Philander C Knoxnear Philadelphia was ransacked and every paper or packet that seemed to have any legal significance was taken while silver ware clothes ornaments and robes any of which could easily have been soldat large prices were left behind It is the weak nerves thatare cry- Ing out for help Then help them dont drug the stomach or stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is wrong Vitalize these weak insldo nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how fast good health wljl come to ypu again Test it and see Sold by PennyrDrug Store Asserting that a six months trial as ordered by the courts has shown the 21 cent rate tq be without profit to the railroads the Louisville Nashville tilted a petition in the United States court asking that the injunctions against the enforcement of the rate be reinstated The petition Is in the hands of Federal Judge Jones at Birmingham e Pie Line is a famous road quite the quickest way getting down- ToTurkeytownjThspend Thanksgiving day NOTICE andneighborsstock Itt carefully electodolean thrifty and well grown 1rlccs are reasonable Ad dross JAJIcKKKKings Mountain Lincoln Co Kjr Small Farm For RentI I onvllleAvenueUnfailing cistern and pond large barn nnn good house and outhouses Moo Sin Good lancnlterAellueold HOME FOR SALE I One story cottage of eight rooms and nil necessary Outbuildings Lot contains one roonlbllrngarden spot This Is a desirable place beated on corner ot Whitley and I 1I0r tracts A II IIOIvrzoLAAV Stanford KyS NOTICE I You are hereby notified tliMt Tom Itnrrln IJQnltentlMY orlrlson1IlOl1tornest my hand this Nolwmlwr sS tau TOM HAHUIfl Fruit And Ornamantal Tress I OordenNo Agents H F HILLENMEYER SON- SLexingtonIR FARM FOR SALE ORJRENT inthesell or rent nol two dwellings one of four rooms nnd the other of two rooms Two burnthatterm In Kentucky at price r t ORimAWVKKMcKlnney Ky TRIBBLE PENCE vwosF- urniture= and Undertaking Day Phone 2833 Night Phono 133 Stanford KontucKr FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A floe blue grass farm for sale situated on new plko near Iolnt Leave and six miles Lancaster containing aw acres beingpartresidencethereongood new tarn WiflO Well watered six runningthrough andtwopaidPersons place Iost write or see WO VALitER Htanlonl Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Ky t Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods f J S Hocker President- S T Harris v John J McRoberts H C Asst Cashr WV TURKEYSFOR SALE 1 Gobblers and ithe Ijingorcloii A I saleThoroaghbnd IHaHOIIIIt J J BELDEN For House and Carriage Painting and Trim LocksmithhugI JJ UKMKNRtanrordKy Stock of Merchandise for I desire tosell stock or Clro corlotnnd n KOno bust ReasonillGEO D HOtPKIt BtnnrorU Ky Home For Sale InOratoutbulhllnKsandtion town where n Rood grad d school rum nine months Abundant witter or the betvariety One third cash fInd balance In one null two years at aper cent DKWSI DOOKKS Ornb Orchard Ky Harry Jacobs Ikalerin and Manufacturer of and Crnnlto Monuments Markers and Posts and tan MeKlnnyDr Willis Morgan Veterinary Hurgeon A Dentist KentucKy promptlYdayorI tiara I G B PRUITTM- oreland Kontucky Now Fall Lino Millinery now in Also blew Furniture coming in al most daily IG li VKUITT Ky REWARD I Having uttered considerable annoyance I and damage from outlaws In breaking gate I dutroylligII1Ythrough my farm I have concluded to ottera reward for Information lending to the conviction of such person or twrsous I will tbtrvforu give the sum of fV for Infor matlon leading to the arrest and or any party or parties that have broken till latches on any of my Rntosor that have gateons ShredgevliIeturnplkethruughmyfarnrandI lendlugtoparties who In the future commit any of the above offenses Augustlisp Commissioners 1 Lincoln Circuit Court As directed by a of the Lincoln I I circuit court rendered nt the November term lIIYojlln the vase of Eva I Uuocb dc the uuderlgaed- cumnlsslonerwill on- MONDAY DEOIJ1HW county court day nt nbbut 1 1 MM In front of the court house door In Htanfonl Ky otter for sale nt public outcry to the highest and last bidder on n credit of six months countyKypotusIlinksline N U K 7 poles It links to corner on same IhencoHpTJJ Wild polos lot lie contor of the street thence with center of street H BW W 1 poles 21 links to the beginning containing 1 lore X roods and sr byIneaovine A Hustonvllle turnpike roads on the MouthbyseparatelyIndebtednessofThe purchasers will IxjAlulred toexeouto bonds with good security for the purchase hearIngoJUdulI J 1J PAXTON MO LOOKS Alcorn AUy for IMalntlfT FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 188- 2C4PITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety DepositBoxes for Use of our Customers We Your Account OFFICERS VicePresident Cashier Baughman Saunders Bookkeeper Sale privaelmy Marblo Ometery Stanford Moreland conviction Sale Judgment 216500 Combines Solicit DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman M D Elmore J M Pettus H C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson W13 OBannon J S Hocker C E Tale RURAL TELEPHONESMR FARMER Make your homo as modern for your family as a city residence and place 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 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 Far mer Lino rate If you ate not at present enjoying telephone service we KentuckyTennotsseei Illinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL TEL CO imiOBrOUATKDJ I Easy in Any Position I Full line Dutchcss Trousers in latest Fabrics Worsteds Cashmeres and Corduroys All guaranteed with plenty of style and snap 82 to 7CO Call and inspect our line before you buy SAM ROBINSON STANFORDKYsI t We are receiving our Rochester Ware Fancy Queensware c now Will be open next week Come ands e our stock J WoH HIGG1NS I Stanford Kentucky I the Cincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentuckyr Capital 5OOOOOP Surplus 4000000 Resources 340000001 SvH SHANKS PRESIDENT WM BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT x JW ROCHESTER ASST CASH H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER x- HVYS FOSTER CLERK 41 DIREOTOftSl s J n StanlJohnI kin Lancaster J U P don Stanford W II Traylpr GIlberts Creek It L Hubble Lancaster t H Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek Headquarters for AMERICAN FENCE 1 galvariI2edAmply stramiiTumi Cattle Hirsis Higs ami Pigs t EVERY ROD GUARANTEED us and guaranteed by the manufacturers Call and see 110 We can show you how it will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced FOR SALE BY GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford a R 0 k- e