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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): November 26, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909112601_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): November 26, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. TT? fOL. XXXVII. BRODHEAD. received The Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NEWS NOTES. a letter a Scott county, Ind., voted 370. ! NOVEMBER 20, 1009. MO. 79. ft r i A. E. AlbrlRht few day bro from Judgo U. G. William, of QovinRton, containing a handsome donation for the jrradod school at this place. We nro told that tho bells will ring for two weddincs in our town about Chriitmas. We are almost sura tlint this is n fnct, but will withhold names for o while. Hov. John Jamison, of Livingston, will preach lit tho Ilaplist church Friday nlht. Klder Campbell, of Lebanon Junction, will All tho pulpit nt the Christian church Sunday. Tho Hamilton Society will nlve an entertainment here Christmas night en titled "Trm Squiro's Dauulitcr." The proceeds will ro for tho benefit of the Christian church. Tho Baptist Sunday school will have n tree Xmm eve J. M. CralR bought of John Ssycrs shouts nt Cc. Fred somo Hahn sold to J. M. Craig 100 bnrrels of corn at tho crib at $3. A. J. I'ike bought of Georgo Drown a saddle mare for $125. Henry Anderson sold to Mitch Dclancy a small cottage In the Anderson addition for d three-year-ol- d "dry" by 7 "" a?'' tK(-SKS-It,a- y ' Owing to tho diphtheria scare church services and all public gatherings havo been barred at Paris. James Elliott Defcbaugh, editor, and proprietor of "The American Lumberman," died nt Chicago Tuesday. y Three persons are dead and two fatally injured as a result of on automobile accident at Cuthbert, Ga. Pearl Merchant is in jail at Frankfort, charged with detaining an eight- child named Usotta Williams. year-olCapitalized at $100,000. the Wright Company of Now York was incorporated "to manufacture, sell and operate pro-bibld airship." DANIEL, $300. Fred Hahn. n German, ca'me to this county from Ohio about 25 years ago and bought a poor and almost worn out farm in tho Freedom section for JiOO, Mr. Hahn had but littlo 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 ono of the best in tho county, which he sold last week to a Mr. Hilton, of Madison, for $3,050 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 Kev. A. J. Pike is on the Federal .grand jury at London this week. Orio Frith visited in the Hee Lick section Sunday. Misses Annie Cass and Mr-tl-o Durham visited Mrs. Kolwrt Colyer at Crab Orchard. Isaac Storms, of Heavy, Laurel county, is with relatives here. Mrs. Susie Tharx and daughter were in ML Vernon Tuesday. Mrs Maud Sproules, of Paris, is with Mrs F. F. Francisco this week. Wm How-e- ll and family, of Richmond, ufter a two weeks' visit with relative here, havo returned home. Kd It. Gentry, of th Louisville Law School, is with his parents in the layers vicinity. Ciero Wheeldon and wife visited in Pulaski county. Mrs. Mary Albright spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Chas. Lyons at Junction City. Mrs. Kichard Shivcl and children are visiting at Itockhold, Whitley county. Win. Upchurchof Glen Oak, 0U., Mountain was an exllo from homo air, bo thought, would euro a frlghtfu cough that had dolled all tcinrdlcs for two jenrs. After six ' months ho returned, death dogging hU fctcps. "Then 1 began touscUr King's New Discovery," he writes, "and at tor taking six bottles I am ns well a lung-racklu- g date. ' Forced Into Exllo. early It saves thousands lung diseases. Infallible for Coughs and CoUs, it UUpols HoaraencM and Sore Throat. Cures Grip, Uronchltls, Hemorrhages, Asthma, Croup, Whooping Cough. 50c trial botllo freo, guarsnieed by and Inny'u Drug Store. ever." from dax.-rut- i, Joshua Bender, of North Caldwell, N claims to be tho champion buckwheat cake and sausage cater of the Orangu J,, Mountain section. liemler sat down to breakfast yesterday morning and atoGOgood sized cakes and two pounds of aausago. Ho washed tho meal down with six big cups of cof- "If I'd been real hungry I don't know what I could have dona," said Hcndor, "but I was out late last night." . fee. Penny guarantees MI o na tablets to dyspeptic agony In Ave minutes and euro obstinate cases of indigestion in a few weeks. They turn old stom achs into new ones. Try them for any utomach trouble. Only fifty cents a large box. Btop Tho great Magician and Ventriloquist, who will hold the hoards at Walton's the registration. Opera IIoudc next Monday night, Nov. J. Hreck Smither threw himself un29. Prices 10.'. 20?, 30e. No higher. der tho wheels of an interurban car at Versailles with suicidal intent nnd was HUSTONVILLE. ground to death. That a private consumer must buy Choir reharsal on Friday night will be held at the home of Itcv. W. S. his beer or liquor directly from a re gularly licensed saloon and not from a Willis. Tho penalty for town taxes goes on wholesaler, was decided by the Supreme Dec. 1. So all delinquents had better Court of Indiana. Hiram Smedley, former clerk of Mc see Marshal Lair. A large crowd attended the V. If. Cracken county, was given six years in Morse dale Saturday and satisfactory the penitentiary for embezzlement of the State's funds. prices were realized. A young baby, as yet unidentified, The Hustonville Hunting and Fishing Club returned from Casey with about was found dead in the ladies' waiting 400 quail and a fine lot of ducks and room of the Queen & Crescent pas scngcr station at Lexington. fish. Statistics state that "three-fourth- s Jsmes Frye, a native of this place, and a pitcher in thu Blue Grass League, of the typhoid fever patients are un is spending a week with friends and der thirty." The Memphis Commer aptly odds that "a whole relatives here James A Givens, agent for the heirs, lot of them are under six feet." During last week's session of the sold to Heichenbach Ilros . thu Squire Hob Givens farm of 143 acres at $70. special term of the Muhlenberg Circuit Possession at onco Court nt Greenville, five homicide cases Myers & Vaughn shipped two cars of were tried. Two received life sentence, export cattla nt 5c and one car of heavy one 13 years, and two were acquitted. hogs nt Cfc. RifTe & Tucker shipped Miss Ella Smith s charred body was discovered in the smoking wreck of her two cars of assorted hogs at 5 to 7c. The Hustonville Poultry Co is ship- small house on the Hull Run battlefping one to two cars of eggs and pou- ield, near Manassas, Va. The authoriltry every week. Their business has ties aro looking for a Neuro who lived that addi- close to the Smith house, but who now grovtn to such proportion tional barn have been secured to hold is missing. Gov. Willson refused to grant fur their purchased A splendid young man, a native of ther executive clemency to M. W. this vicinity, who for some years has Rowland, who Is serving a jail sentence been prospering in the West, whilo his for misusing money belonging to conheart was in Kentucky, will arrivo ere victs white he was a clerk at the State the dawn of the holiday and two hearts penitentiary. Tho Gcvcrnor commuted Rowland's original sentence from ono will be made one. Fire from a passing engine ignited year in the penitentiary to a term in the grass in a field belonging to U. U. jail. Judge J. M. lienton announced at King and destroyed much fencing and hay. The heartfelt thanks of Mr. King Winchester that ho will appoint a reis extended to friends, whose hard work ceiver for tho Hurley Tobacco Society. finally extinguished tho flames. The His decision says the Hurley Society loss will be fully $300 and will fall on had no right to use money of one tiool to exploit another. Suit was brought Mr. King and Mr. Charles Hack. George Kited, who lives near Rich on the ground that $340,000 belonging pools was used to support the ards School House, while en route to to 190C-0ML Salem wa severely injured by his 1909 pool. The case will he appealed. horse falling through a bridge near Last Tuesday week was the first nn- Arch Austin's. The horse was also se The threo bridges nlversary of the killing of Senator riously injured. of Nashville, from Austin's to Richards cross roads Ldward W. Carmack, have been dangerous for three months by Duncan Cooper and Robin Cooper. and Mngistrute Dudderar was told of In honor of his memory, the I. J. has been asked to print this tribute to the their condition two months ago. South, delivered by Senator Carmack during a speech in thu United States Younjr Girls Are Victims. of headache, us ell as older women. Senate: "Tho South is a land that has but nil gel quick rolief and prompt cure from Dr. King's New Llfo Pills, known sorrows; it is a land that has tho world's best remedy for sick anil broken tho ashen crust and moisten nervous headaches. They make puro ed it with tears; a land scarred and blood, and btrong nerves una mum riven by tho plowshare of war and up your health. Try them. 25o at billowed with the graves of her dead; but a land of legend, a land of song, u Penny's Drug Store. land of hallowed and heroic memories. In a kicking football game, Yale de"To that land every drop of my feated Harvard Saturday, 8 to 0 Capt. blood, every fiber of my being, every Coy dropped two field goals from the pulsation of my heart is consecrated line, and Harvard, on a crim forever. son block kick, made a safety behind "I was born of her womb: I was its own goal line. Yale, made few at- nurtured nt her breast; and when my tempts at rushing, and only once in the last hour shall come. 1 nrav God that I game was within touchdown distance of may be pillowed upon her bosom thu Harvard goal line. It was Capt. and rocked to sleep within her ten Coy's right foot which won thu game. der and oncirclingarms." d William Ray, a prominent citizen of Monroe county, was instantly killed whilo blasting rock for a bridge over Lino Creek. O. W. Shyrock, assistant fire chief of Lexington, was given a flno and jail scntencu on the chargo of obstructing fEJP Ai OoptUbt 1A tjr lUrt 8chrnr A lurx J kS Vtfclf444444'4'S'''''kCrr' ( rrrrM For Men of Fashion & non, schaiiner made-to-ord- er mrx domes. '! all-w- ool The most stylish dressers do not dress better, in the garments, than we can dress them costliest in HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX Clothes. And even quality. at very high prices you can not be sure of getting 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 & '.il 11 ) i. .1 ol 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 welIknown brands , from $5,oojlo $15.00. Cummins & Wear en, stanford,;kentucky. FARMFOR1RENTI "Hniilth CntTtHi" is tho cleverest Imitation of real coffee ever vet made. Rubles are more valuable than dia- Dr. Shoon created It from nuru narch- monds, and are practically indestruct- ed grains, malt, nuts, et. Flno In ible, except by fire. Whlla a llawless flavor Is mado In just ono mlnuto. diamond of ono karat may be worth No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling, roughly about $100 a perfect ruby of Sample free. Penny 8NDrug Storo. the samo weight would bo worth at Mr. Allen V. Read waa found culltv least $200. of attempted extortion by a jury In The littlo Candy Cold Curo lubleU Judgo Shearers court at Denver, loi. to called Preveotics, will la a few hours A year ago Mrs. Read attempted safely check all Colds or LaGrippo. force Mrs,. Genevieve Chandler Phipps Try themt 48.25c. Sold by Penny's to glvo her $100,000; threatening to blow her up with dynamite unless she Drug Store complied. Tho defense was insanity. White pepper is made from the samo Pnirm of women, bead nalns. or any berry as black pepper, but it is mado puin stoed lu 20 minutes sure, with from tho seeds only, while black pep- Dr. Snoop' Pink rain Tablets, nee per is made from the entire fruit. full formula on 25o box. Sold by Drug store. - Penny 'a . Uucnos Ayres has the finest opera. mm It The Franklin Electric & Ice Co. has house In the Western Hemisphere. gone to the wall. cost (10,000,000. 1 A Scoldod Boy's Shrieks horrltlcd his grandmother, Mrs. Maria nf li uh'iired xtf Taylor, of Nobo, Ky who writes thut, im.,V fit imfur l.iiiprMi. TOiif Mlilfh avri's aru t iirlvittelr. 23 I. when all thought ho would die, liuok-len- 'n tovtrd In grass, rumulnilor lor cultltutlon, on sburvs. In Urudeu Arnica Salve wholly cured him. corn and tobueco dwelling at six room., Hchool district. Hat Infallible for Hums, Sualds, Cuts' toitoiicliliunes, two llru places, stock Uirnund tobacco Iwruuiid oilier outbuild-lugW. M. Muhhut, Kings. Mountulu.Ky Corns, Wounds, Hrulses Cures -Sores, Dolls, Skin Eruptions, jivKWicir&'stiWJictgvr1 v.VCV Chilblains, Chapped Hands. Soon routs Piles. 25c at Penny's Drug A Store. ' 4 V V fV 2 t hiftTw s. Fever- H. B. NORTHCOTT, Will Pay the Highest Market Price for Turkeys. See him before selling. Call 153, An explosion of dynamite in the fruit and wine house of Joseph Mascari, at Danville, III., wrecked about 25 buildings in thu business district of the city. Mascari, who is an Italian, believes the "Black Hand" is responsible for the explosion. m jj F.stksrs, "w" LMumSj"-mJ & JHMFfVL Tullow, Bimu, CIoscdi, CslJcn SciUYtlLnr KoU), Mr Apple Will Glnscr. etc W. si r U1I ctatuir U mibSJuJ la 1 856-- "0. ' Stanford, Ky. d.l.r fat m - A tickling ordry cough can bo quickly loosened with Dr. Snoop's Cough Itemedy. No opium, no chloroform, nothing uusafo or harsh. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. - csa da b.ttw for sgrais cr coamuioa sacrcKsnto. Udcicac. r Bui la LowkSU. Wom far weeUy Sk lid tad Jspiui Utt, lia M. Sabtil A Sent, 229 1. Mirsst SI. LOUISVILLE, KY. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford ftjifltm i wJMIsteiMMsJH i itaii.i S.VtWVk i..--i- . k f hTiTttlliiTOi infVt "JSWis l.sisilM iwii'iiwni)naiiiBiiiiia . X7 jijitt The Interior Journal. Ex-Go- CHURCH MATTERS. Commissioner's Sale I .. FOR SALE ! .!.. ft Lincoln Circuit Court. E. C. WALTON Clover Hotel, nt Grab In obedience to a Judgment of tho Lin- room Just across street,Orchard, ntio storew Ith post office adcoln circuit court rendered nt the nnd n cottage or otllce Nashville. term, luov, in the action of W. II. Hlg. joining All necessary outbuildings.ot three rooms. rcu. ennui., jmib. rmu.i ills, The new brick building of the Corbln A memorial service in honor of the MlW.OUllTlH()OVKIl. Prior,uunruinili undersigned oomrultiloner Ac, the Urnb Orchard, Ky. memory of the late Gov. John A. John- Christian church was dedicated Sunday. wmon MONlUY,IK0.1M, son, of Minnesota, will bo held Sunday Eight were baptixed into this church In front of the new court tioute. In Rtatl' lord. Kjr ntnnouf I o'clock 1. M., ofTrr tor afternoon at the Broadway Tabernacle, Saturday. outcry to the hlghestnnd best Rev. John Stamper, of Knox county, sale at nubilecredit of fix month n house New York City. Invitations to the bldderon n service have been extended by tho Is holding an Interesting meeting nt nnd lot nenr the depot InOrnbOrchnrd.I.ln Lincoln Iodce No. (V) F.A A. M.wlllmeet countr. Kv.. tKiunded thust Ilcgln There coin nt it stone In the edge of the pike nrnr In stnted communication on each first nnd nlng American and Scandinavian Society of Good Hope In the Exit End. ofench ti: 01 Rev. wnere siock semes in junction snldronu inii" third Mondny night on niaiii month, ntMinn. New York, of which President Nicholas have been several confessions. ly stontl; Ihenco with line of ttrveet, rond W o'ciock in ineir nnu Members line sitter lodges nre frn- Murray Butler, of Columbia University, Stamper Is the county judgo elect of of the wun nt Mr. nAlice Newland lot) ford, Ky.invueti to uof present, ner line to nil or jos. rieas sernnuy thence i. w. ren is president. Speeches will be deliver- Knox county. nnts; thence snld linn to plke;thence 8 with nlngton, Hec. line of ilil pike to Iieglnnlng, containing Tho rovival nt tho Central Christian something over nn.ncre. ed by Gov. Hughes, former Senator Lexinoton. closed with CO Theohlectof thesnle Is for n dlvlflon or Charles Towne, of Minnesota, and oth- church. roThe pilrcbnser Tho series ot mnotlntra ,iu,r, , meetings the proceed. .,,, wm for tn0Mill le ers. President Taft is among those additions. prlco. bearing per Now Llvorv was conducted by Dr. II H. Crossfield, payable to the coinml.sloner, who have been specially invited to pnit ' Dopot president of Transylvania University, rent, uuereii iriuii unit, in of nmini inm, judgment linvlnit the force nnd errecf formerly pastor of the Christian church nnd secured ny iienon me property. 00. L. O. V, J. II. IA XTON, M.P. We are not at all fearful about Hon. at Owensboro. Dr. Crossfield held a P. M. Moltotrarti. Atty. for Plaintiff. OTANFOKD. KENTUCKY. Harvey Helm getting tho nomination splendid meeting at the Christian and again representing this district in church here some two years ago. I Congress. SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI What bothers us is the laek Program for Women's Home and Lincoln Circuit Court of gratitude on the part of those ho Foreign Missionary Societies at MethoNEERING. has helped. The Advocate and Doylo dist church Friday, at 2 r. m.: county people above all, should be for In obedience, ton Ju.1pm.Mit of the Lincoln 100 in concert. 261. 1 mil prepared tado all Mints of surveyln court rendered him, and the Advocato's effort to "whip 3 Hymn 653. 4 Scripture lesson, Isa- circuit10V, In the notion nt tho Snu'inUr nnu civil engineering promptly. .My wor of Km! Kesullng, term. will be gunrnnteed nnd my prices nre rearreit vonuruenignn the devil around the stump" is too gau- iah 40th, Mrs. Robert Simms. 5 Pray- uunrtiinn.A., ngninst commissioner will on sonable. Write me nt Mekluney or call me Ac, the undertlgned zy for anything. oter the telephone through the Hustonvllle MONDAY, DEC. 1S,1I", er, Mrs. E. T. Pence G "Days of Kxchnnge. June," Mrs. Engleman. 7 Report from door. In Htnuford, Ky., offer fWrsnle nt pub- WALTKIl McKINNI'.Y. Representative David A. DeAr-honon W. H. M. Society Board meeting, Mrs. uc outcry to inn iiignem nmi nest uiuuer one of the oldest democratic n emilt of lx months nn umllvltletl WANTED TO RENT SMALL FARM tere.t lu the following Inndi members ot Congress, and his grand- J. J. Dickey. 8 Treasurer's Palaver, ot lick iirnncn ot ilungtng on theininter rorn i.iu Miss Minnio Straub. 9 Suo Bennett coin county, Ky, son, Woddie, aged six, were burned to I wnnt to rent n smnll fnrm of :M to Ml Memorial School: Its Needs, Mrs. Jes 1 A tract Uiunded on the Kast by ncres, two or three miles from mnnfont. death in a fire that destroyed the 01 Aitrtii Hinuraon Prefer lnud lutrtly In cultivation and partly neiri; on tne .ii ny liicras. Hmall house desired. Address m. sie Stagg. Offering. Hymn 355. homo at Butler, Mo. He was the land. of Mr. Kntherlne Adtirand lhild Kkiiih-.1v- : on tho North br the In ml ot Al I". K., care Interior Journal OUIee. Man-fora conspicuous figure in the National Ky. bert VoiiOruenlgnn; on the Mouth by the county rond. House and he will be missed in his of POLITICAL. trnctof t Ajininerme Innd hounded by tho Inndiwr State and by his colleagues. .Mrs. Atiornnu otner. more described In the petition which Is Cameron Forbes was inaugurated as tlculnrly to referred forn description. The State Department is still endeav- Governor General of the Philippines The purohnsers will he required to give J. L. Ei.ki.v, I'ror., oring to ascertain whether or not the Wednesday. bonds with good security for the purebnso price, luiyuble to Ihecoinuilstloner, benrlng Americans put to death in Nicaragua W. Edward Proctor, the Republican 6 per cent. Interest from dnte of sale until DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. were commissioned by tho revolution- nominee for City Auditor of Louisville pnld, hnvlng the force nnd effect of n Judgthe ists or were acting on their own re- in the recent,election was shot and kill- ment nnd secured bv Hen onM.C. protierty L.O.U. sold. J. II. I'AXTON, sponsibility. Until the exact status is ed on K. H. Alcorn, Atty. for I'lnlntllT. Iirce, nlry outside rooms. Commercial the street there by R. M. Culley, travelers n specialty, Hneclnl rntes by week fixed no action will be taken. who charged improper relations with or month. The proprietor Is n former Linshould COMMISSIONER'S SALE. coln county man nnd his friendsbis town. re member mm when stopping In took three weeks' figuring, but the his wife. William J. Moxley, Republican, was Lincoln Circuit Court. Good Roads Amendment was made to win after all. The Election Commis- elected member of the House of Repsioners certified that the proposition resentatives from the Sixth Illinois disPursuant to n Judgment of the Lincoln rendered nt the November trict to succeed Senator William Lori-me- r. circuit IK court,me carried by 5,000. or lllis Annie K. term, v, in Moxley had two opponents, an Iunn..tc.,ngntnstnctlon K. M. Dunn's Heirs, Mrs. Some 50 divorce suits await the ac- insurgent Republican and a Democrat. Ac, the undersigned commissioner will on MONDAY, DEO. 13, IMS, tion of the court which convenes next Tho newspapers are saying nice In front of the court home door. In Htnn week at Paris. Marriage must be a things about Hon. Jesse Alverson, of lord. Ky.,o(Ter for snlunt public auction to big estnndtiest failure in the good county of Bourbon. Stanford, who Is a candidate for as the onlmnvllleHtreet. bidder the house nnd In Htnuford. Lincoln lot county, hy tuus described: iieglnnlng nt sistant clerk of the Senate. Mr. Alver a stnke In the Enst edge ot the Dnnvllle MATRIMONIAL. son tilled this responsible position pike, corner to lot of J. H. Illce: tlienco with thnt lino on Knstwnrd coursObout S4 feet M. H. Adams and Mrs. Dora Martin during last term, and his work was to the line of M. D. Klmoretinencon North-war- d course with hi 1 nineties; Being a news thence with his linen line 75 feet course zn W'ettwnrd were made one at W. T. Plummer's highly complimented. comn paper man, he is and high reel to Knit edge of Danwilo pike; thenceWednesday. witn Kast edge or same 7a leet to the beginJesse Varnon Price and Miss Dona ly thought of by the press people who ning, Is to satisfy the The object Martin were married at Mrs. Willie trust that he will land the job. He is debts of Miss of the snle Dunu for Jl.CJ.t, Annie K. one of the best posted men on political wiiii o cem. iiuerewi ironi .iinrcn p. iwi, Ann Price's on tho th. credited by puimld Jnn. I, lsx, nnd of Mrs. A Rhode Island man has wedded matters in the State, and a mighty l.ou W. Embry for l,vwJ4 with per cent. Interest from March n. Iv. credited by lvii Hiiftonrille, Ky. clever fellow. Richmond Climax. his son's divorced wife, and became pnld Jan., Wn. ugnlnst the tstnte of Mrs. t . ji. iiunn uuu me costs or the said nctlon. the stepfather of his grandson. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. TEItMH. The snle will be mnde on credits Asa- Daly, a widower of 48, and Miss ot six and 12 months In e.junl Installments ; bond with good security for the purchase Lucy Lykin, a widow of 35, were marSixty shares of Madison National price will 1m reuulred of the nurclmaer. nnv. Lincoln Olrcult t'ourt. ried at Eld. Joseph Bsllou's this week. Bank stock sold at Richmond at $183.66. able to the commissioner, benrlngtperccnt. In obedience to n ludmnent of the Lincoln dnte until pnld, hnvlng a prominent Interest from effectof snle ludement nnd se. circuit court rendered at the Nmemlier Abraham Woolstcin, ,A midget wedding took place in Lexof n the force nnd term. Itow. In the action of L. It. Hugbes. ington. Raymond Davis, aged 18 and merchant of Harrodsburg, dropped dead cured by Hen. J. It. I'AXTON. M. P. L. C. C. (iunnlliin.Aa., ngnlnst K. liny Jones, Ac.the unuersigneu commissioner win on weighing 90 pounds, was married to there. K. H. Alcorn, Atty. for I'lalnlllT. MONDAY. UKC.IS.llUt, Miss Naomi Herring, sweet 16 and Winston Bowman, John Fair and e ntnbout I r. M.. In front of the Samuel Sharp, of Casey, each had sev weighing only 70. iloor. In Htnnfonl. Ky.. otter for snle nt nub. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ilo outcry to the highest nnd best bidder the Phillip Van Valkenburgh, worth eral cattle to die from eating black undivided Interest of J.T. Jone.'cblldren In the tract of Innd neur Mllledgevllle, In , Lincoln Circuit Court. and Mrs. William Hayes Chap- smut found on corn. i.incoin county, a.y., uounueu on me Kast by the Dnnvllle it JlustoiiMlle turnplke;ou man with $10,000,000 in her own name, W. W. Stephenson, of Harrodsburg, the North by the countr rond the innd of were married in Hotel Regis, New York was appointed special judge of tho Pu As directed hy a Judgment of the Lincoln Itoliert Durham nod Hannah llniuen; on the November the West by the rourt. rendered City, Wednesday. laski Circuit Court to preside at the circuitlluV, In the nctlon ofntthe Htatn Ilnnk .v. H. Hughe; on lands of Tbos. Ilest nnd I1. term, the Houtlu by the lands of John E. Madden, tho trial of one case where the regular Trust Co., Uunrdlan. .tc.ugnlnit Dudley K. Mrs. Jlnry Johnson nnd H. II. Newell, the Keed, Ac, the undersigned commissioner n hole tract contnlnlog 70 ncres. of Lexington, has withdrawn judge is disqualified. turfman win on The object of the sale Is for reinvestment. MONDAY, DKO. 13. 1SUU, TKItMrt. The snle will tie made on a credit Oscar Osborn and his wife are in a nt the suit for alienation of his wife's afnliout t p. M.. In front of tliu court. liome of six months, bond with good security for fections, which he brought some time hospital at Richmond, both mortally uoor in Htuuiuru, Ky., oner for snle nt pub the purchase price will lie required of the lic outcry to the highest payable to the commissioner, ago against Louis Bell, also a turfman, wounded as a result of shots fired bv a credit of six months nnd best bidder on tiurchnser,per cent. Interest from dnte ot the tract ot laud benrlng 4 sale miles from Htanford, In Lincoln until pnld, hnvlng the forco and eriect of a and his wife, Laura Bell. Madden Osborn during a family quarrel. Rob about 7 Ky on county, Htanford A Wnynvsbure Judgment asked $50,000. ert Hendrick, boon companion of Os- piKe, uounueu tnus: iieglnnlng nl s cnest-nut- est sold. unil secured by lien on the Inter, near Hutchison's thence J. II. I'AXTON, M. O. L.C O. Ephraim D. Pennington, formerly of born, learning of the probable double H w 2 poles 13 links, HUAi V poles 1R beech on K ol pike this place, but now a farmer of the tragedy, committed suicide by stabbing links to to n stake,Knst side SI poles H UP. K K.H. Alcorn, Atty for I'lnlntlrf. poles H 4SV K H i Ottenheim section, was married Wed- himself to death. W poles to locust lu old line, with same N I i IH K 7 poles 13 links to where. two white nesday to Miss Mary Magdalene Trub, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Sipple, of Lin- oaks and suiiar tree stood H K el iwiin U. Lincoln Circuit Court. the handsome and popular daughter of coln county, who recently disposed of a) links towiilteonlc UnlitJiutdmvn'i corner stump N87HKW pole 1 to ,, UB.....H .. .... Hill V ... poplar fiir. Charles H. Trub, of Ottenheim. their three farms there, will movo to rnrnertn snfiiH nml ..... ., iff u.' ......i.... .. poplar on old corner at 81 poleslSllnksIn all The ceremony was said by Father Leo London this week. For the present 17 poles Wllnlcl to stone Hill's corner N :s, In obedience to a Judgment of the LinW 11 POles the circuit in St. Sylvester church. Mr. Penning- they will make their home with their tide Of piketo white onk fllH'iearnsran Knit colnterm. court, rendered at J. il.Novemllryan, with same N U1, K 17 poles is ber iw. In the action of ton is an exceedingly clever and capa- son, Rev. C. J. Sipple, and will soon nuns io smite in irons oi nouie n ai v ro ndiur., etc., s Klwood Totleii.etc. the un notes 17 links to the Iieglnnlng, containing dersigned commissioner will on ble young man and has a legion of open a dairy farm here. London Sen- - M) ncres nnd Si) poles, more or less, save nnd SIONDAY, DKO.lS.IK, except one acre heretofore deeded to Hchool county court day, at about 1 v. m.. In front friends. His bride is a fine young wo- tine). District No. W. IIVK VUUII I1UU.C, III man arid he is to be congratulated on The object of sulelt for a division of the Ul 111.for sale nt public outcry ni.lMUIU. KKf to the highest offer Chain The Dog And Let Boy Run proceeds, good security for the purchase anu nesi uiuuer. on a t winning her heart and hand. oi six mourns llondwlth near Htanford, In Lincoln purcunser.uenr-n- g the bouse and lotthe East side of the Dan Garnett-Warrewin iw requireuoi toe At the Warren Ky.. on Loose. f rice per cunt, luterest from date of snle un- county,Htnnfonl turnpike, bounded on A the horn i on East Main street ot 2:30 Wedtil pnld, huvlng the force nnd effect of ii ville Aby said pike; on the North and Knit West iVHU 1e to thecoininlsslonuriind That is exactly what many parents by the land of Jolin llrlght: on the Houtli nesday afternoon Mr. Charles Fredersecureu uy lieu on me mini. by the land of W. It. IIIII, contnlnlng M ick Garnett and Miss Kmma Warren are doing here, and they oftentimes J. II. I'AXTON. SI. O. L. O. O. (Kites, and known ni the "old tollgnte"prop- eriy object were bound in wedlock's holy bonds by wonder who or what has ruined their Q. I). Florence, Atty. for I'lnlntlrf. of the snlo Is to pay the ln The debteduessof Sir. Mary II. Ilrynn und di a beautiful ceremony said by Eld. D. boys. They have been in school every vide the remulnder among her heir at law day, but the teacher either does not M. Walker, of the Christian church. The tiurchnser will be required to execute bond fur the purchnse price, payable to the The bride, who is. exceedingly pretty teach them any morality or else his or commissioner, due In six mouths, benrlng o appear below, strictly We. uuu and universally popular, wore a very her teaching is a failure. The truth is forbid whose name hunting, Ushlngorany kind ot tres- per cent, interest front date oi sale Judg a and on will prosecute vi- pnld, having the force lien effect ofDronerti handsome traveling suit of blue and the boys are on the streets from the passing to our place andot on the ment. and secured bv the full extent olator the law, sold. The share of the Infant, Loralne her natural beauty showed to its best time school closes until late at night' Miss Mattle Hewes, Itelcbenbach llros. Tottenand Vera Totten. villi remain a' Hen a. ivrrayior, on the property until they attain the age of advantage. She is the next eldest The street corner is the best place in Kred Ilaumiinn, N.ll. l'iuminer, i.unurnuoocu, 21, unless meir guaruian in me mean iiinu It. tJ. Nunnelley. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wel-do- n the world for teaching vice, profligacy Will Hester, executes the bond nxiulred by the Civil W. llaugbmun. J. W. I'eck. Code. J. II. I'AXTON, SI. I'. 1.. U. U. Warren and is one of Stanford's and crime; nearly all the bad language J. K. llrnce. David Htevens, J. Q. II. Haufley, Atty. for l'lalntlff. Oumeulsch. Wm.Oordler. finest young women. The groom is well anu mie, vicious nanus ot Doys are JohnTray lor, I). Klinore. M. Dan Kred. JUnilorf. and favorably known here, having been taught On the streets at late hours of OotllbOllck. D. M. agent for the L. & N. a num- the night. Teachers may be able to J. J. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, assistant J. K. Moser, Jas. 11. Kuds ri. r. J. uorton ber of years. He numbers his friends accomplish a little in counteracting vile A. K1MUSU jirs.ueo. ixigiin J.J.Klllott. by his acquaintances and they all con- influences, but much of their labor is W. It, Dnugherty, Frank Corilier. Iter. Father Leo, Dr.O.O.l'erry. with gratulate him on winning for his help- in vain until parents To weak and alllof women, there Is at least on H. II. Uaugbuinn, war to beiD. nut with that way. two atmeou. Uriah Albright. A. It (lander meet so charming a lady. After the them in keeping their boys off the Mr. Murguretdoocli, Jncob JUKJl, must b comblaed. Oo U local, "SShU constltu. tlonal, but both ore Important, Mull till. ceremony, which was witnessed by streets. Harrodsburg Herald. W.H.Traylor ueo.u. iiivens, Dr. BhooD's Nlsht Dm Is tis Local. Hum Hoberts. jonn j u ii' r, many friends, the happy couple drove III. fihoop's BsstoraUve. th Constltatlonal Amend Hchuefer, M.J. Hofinnnn, Tight-wa- d "What possessed old to K.T. I lea I ley Ths lormsr I)r. Bboop't Mgbt Cure Is a topical A. It. Matheuy to Crab Orchard and took the train for mucous rasubroo lupposltory reaedy. whll Dr. Mrs. J. II. Owsley, think that Gladys would mko him a L.H. (turner, tlhoop's IftistoratlT Is wholly an Internal treat. SI. J. Morgan, II. L. Knguley, a Southern trip of some three weeks. good wife?" meat. Ths Restorative reaches throughout th H.T. Harris. II.O. Watkiiii, Whilo absent they will spend some entire srium. sesklnc the repair ot all nana, "Uecause at linage sr.e always deIt. If.tlrow. J.U.I land ley. all tissue, and all blood allmeuta. spades when she was rich enouirh Mrs. Nannie II. flood. O. K. McOluro. time at I'ensacola and New Orleans. clared Th "Night Cur", u It nam lmptlsa, doe It Anderson Ourr, Anton Itoneoker, you sleep. Itsouthetsoreandlaftata-W. M. Dlshon, Misses Mae and Anna Warren, sisters to afford no trump." Fred Vondruenlgun work wbtl surfaces, heals local weakiiMisss andt mucous T. L. lluuithman. Mrs. Kntn Ailnr of the bride, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Nlo (Hut j, Those who travel to Danville over Mrs. ltebeccii H. Unriieiiter discharges, whll th Kestorative, eaui nervoui W. Kouuti. SI. F, Jjtwrviiue, Garnett as far as Crab Orchard. The modernized roads havn't much to see John H. Lee, build up wasted tlatUM, bringing about rsosved D. Hevlers, strength, vigor, and energy. Tux Dr. Bhoop'i pretty Wnrren homo was tastily deco- in the way of u court housu when they (Ilirlitlnu Jucob, Tom Ferrlll, lUUirUTS Tstl.u or Liquid T general tonlu W. W. l'ltmun, Friil 1'nyk. Stanford's seat of justice disloUwsyiWa. iroxpotlUr local hslp,tu at well rated with chrysanthemums and ever arrive. ours, yet Ilovle excels Lincoln AlexCooiwr. J. Nevln Ciirtir, counts K. II, Deiihuin, Mrs. W.O.Welch, greens. I no popular coupio received In taxable value. Advocate. W. 1). (looch, H.O. Andersou, many handsome prvtents. In fact they T. A. like, (lu(ilzl. lleuhuu Curtis, got almost enough useful remembrances "Teui'EST and Sunshine" comes to Junius Huilth, Tlnsley HiHionuuiore to go to house keeping. On their re- Walton's Opera House on Saturday, A. L. Carter, I'.W.Oarler, W. l'.Orlmes, turn Mr. and Mrs. Garnett will bo at Dec. 4 with a wealth of elaborate 11. W.Oulnes, W. U. Klelii.' home to their friends at "Warrendale," scenery and the production is a first J. L. Holticluw, 11. Kt, UttlDH, Mrs. Mat tie White, home of the bride's parents. class one la every particular. Mury 1'eppUt, ills PENNY'S DRUQ STOflE James D. Porter has resided as chancellor of the University of MASON'S MEET. i ,(l B. D. CARTER, Streot. Phone w"n soot. r Mi u tM jy Vi Commissioner's Sale salm d, g Shoes For Service! -- CLEMENS HOTEL TV That's what you want today. A It NOTICE! Insure your Tobac co and Tobacco Barns in the West End In surance Agency. Get get when you buy a "Walk-Over.- " "Mftn'e Ease" or "Honest. Mike." Try a pair and you will see our judgment on Shoes for Service is correct. Regular and high tops $3.5O,$5.O0, $6.50 and $7.50 a pair. will stand the briars.frocks and water for the HUNTER and the LABORER. Look well, wear well and feel well. That's the kind you shoe that well-know- your policies written right in a good pany by 2-- ir W.J. CAMPBELL, H. J. McKOBERTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. - Commissioner's Sale! court-houi- 3 03Ses2aggs33Kra G. L. Penny K. II. Coflcy K. II. Coleman well-know- Vinolf 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 s, f school-bouse- .; r-!- to1-- Commissioner's Sale PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. crt-ui- g n. posrgp. RAIN COATS Choose any from the new ones we show, and you're sure of being right, for they're Weak Women PILE OF STYLE W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. -- Make and that's an index of there being none wrong. Good Clothes satisfy; and when they don't, we do. Either way you're protected. h, Dr. tShoop's Night Cure ' i , 1 "atifcifcTi,ito)ar'i j ' Aifriii-Mteif- o . j i4i rr"f "- - -- i r i , 3 Ve r Rnow as Much as Anybody f About tho kind of weather wo arc going to have. Wo don't know, neither docs any ono else, but wo do kuow it always has gotten cold and it apt to get cold nt any time. Arc you prepared for it? If not, como to our storo and let us prepare you for Winter. Our storo is now full of choice merchandise nt reasonable pricoj. You gain nothing by waiting. Come now while assortment is large. '- SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. & SON. m STANFORD KY. L. R. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin x - New lino of shoes nt White's store. Mrs. Mattie Siiearin's store at Mrs. W. W. Hays Is with Lancaster m Milledgcvllle was broken into and rob friends. Wanted, to buy a piano. Emil bed of a lot of goods. C. J. SirrLE, of London, was hero Greenbcrg. Tuesday. A was Everything for Thanksgiving at that a REronT teachercurrent yesterday Stanford, Ky., - Nov. 20, 1000 Mrs. Geo C. GlVENS Is visiting Parschool at Highland broke While's store. is relatives. out with small-poTuesday. We wero Miss Ethel Fettro spent yesterdny Some Rreat bargains In box paper aro For nlco holiday presents go to Mue- unablo to get further particulars. Illchmond. bclnc closed out to make room for now at ller's jewelry store. Emile GncENRERa, of tho Theator- loo Perry spent Thanksgiving with stock at I'enny'a Drutr Store. Richmond relatives. Next month is Xmas; see tho lino of llum, will give away $5 in gold to his patrons next week. Each patron will Mr. L. R. HUGHE3 and wlfo spent W. II. Mueller, the jeweler. PERSONALS. be given a ticket and the holder of the Thanksgiving with Mt. Vernon friends. Vic Owens was at Lancaster Wed' Chrysanthemums at COc per dozen lucky one will get the V. Howard Camnitz, of Huston-vlllMr. ncsday. was tho guest of Bledsoo Bailey. with vines. Ed Hubbard, Stanford. Our good friend, Mrs. A. D. Root, SSS Ed IIuey, of Somerset, Is with KusHon. and Mrs. W. H. Shanks went Roast that turkey in a Lish roaster. knowing that turkey is too high priced Drown. sell up to Madison yesterday to spend a few It is the best. Geo. II. Farris, Agt. a bird for a newspaper man, sent us a Kev. It. II. Maiiony was at Paint days with tho latter a parents. big, fat hen. So Lick Tuesday. that Mr. H. J. McltonERT8, wlfo and If you aro looking for fresh oysters wo had something it will be seen over. to givo thanks Misa DOLLIF. McKoiiBHTa is with Miss Anno Davis Mclloberta spent yes- and celery go to J. D. Horton's restauRichmond friends. rant. terday with Lancaster relatives. The Stanford High School eleven de n Miss Lucy Govrr, of Pulaski, is with Misa Dollie Goode, of Boyle, Miss You can get all the ingredients for feated the D. & D. Institute team of Mrs. T. 0. Itankin. Fletcher, of Indianapolis, and Mr. J. T. Danville on the grounds here Wednes Miss Bertha Jackson spent Thanks- - Goode, also of Indianapolis, are guests that Thanksgiving black cake at G. D. day afternoon by a scoro of 17 to 10. Hopper's. giving with London friends. of Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Carter. The game was an interesting and hot Mil. W. K. SHUQAR3. wife and son THE person who borrowed my roofing ono from start to finish. J, H. Shanks wero In Louisville this week. tools will please return them. I need umpired and John N. Menefcc was LOCALS. Mr. R. M. Nrwland Is working inthem now. J. A. Allen, Stanford. New lino of gone at White's store.' surance In Whitley and Hell. light-nlnMr Henry C. Bright is a candidate G. N. Ashton was struck by W. H. Meeks, record keeper of Kings Watch for date of holiday opening for mayor of Danville. How we would and killed near Owensboro. Mountain Tent No. HI, has received a next Issue. Farris. like to deaden over the lino and vote check Miss EuzAiitrrn Lutes, of Huston-villfor $3,050, held by the lato J. A. Foil presents that aro beautiful and for him. was with Miss Hcsile Hill. Engleman In the Knights of Maccabees Miss Kate Waters is convalescing lasting, go to W. H. Mueller. Those who fail to pay their taxes in and it has been turned over to his benurn from a alight attack of diphtheria. Oysters, eetery, cranberries, dress- tho Crab Orchard graded school district eficiaries. Mr. Engleman was initiated Mrs. J. A. Walter has returned ed fowls, fruits and nuts, at Farris'. by Dee. 1 will bo advertised. Geo. W. in February 1903, and had paid into the from a visit to Richmond relatives. Supreme Tent $45. SSS Bronaugh, Treasurer. Hon. J. M. Alverson attended tho Meat cutters, lard presses, sausage THE Ladies' Aid Society of the Chrisfoot ball game at Lexington yesterday. stufTers, lard cans etc., at W. II. Holtzclaw spent tian church at Crab Orchard will givo a Hkssib Miss Thankielvlng with Parksvlllo friends bazaar and exchange in J. C. Magee's I offer my services to tin- - people of Lln Lost, between Stanford and Dan- vacant store-roocoin county Man auctioneer. Hatlnfnrtton on Dec. 11. Miss Virginia Uourne, of Bourbon guaranteed. Leavo at II. W. McWHOItTUIt, Ollcre. Paris. Is hero with the home- - ville, a long tan cloak. Moreland, Ky., It. K. I). No. 1 Bronze Fou Sale Thoroughbred Severance & Son's. folks. Turkeys, Pekin Drakes and White Wy Dr. E. J. Brown and W. II. Wearcn Clothing, kid gloves, neck ties, fanMrs. James N. Rockcastle killing cy vests made good as new. Suits made andotte Cockerels. spent several days in Cash, Turnersville. Phono No. nuail. llrr.dy. It. to measure. J. F. Ono bouse for wile or rent, containing 7 Mn. w. B. Bullock is assisting at I WILL bo at Hustonvillo Saturday, rooms, 3 po'ches. goal fruit, S acres of land, Hughes' tho greatest reduction in mil- Nov. 27, to collect taxes. The penalty good outbuildings; on the Homersct pike, 4 For tho de not during Mr. L. W. mllr from Htntiiord. For further particuV, A. llL'iidK, Mnywood, Ky. linery, especially wings and all fancy is added Dec. 1. Pay up and save the lars, write absence. penalty. T. J. Hill, sherill Lincoln Miss MAnY IIiogins is up from Som- trimmings, go to tho Misses Straub. FOR erset, where she Is teaching a flourish, TllK young peoplo will enjoy a swell county. ing music class. hop nt Walton's Opera House on Farm for sale. farm V or 1610 my farm of 82 acres nt OrchDr. W. B. Foreman, of Louisville. Saxton & Trost will furnish the music. Dix river, four miles North of Stanford ard o to 10 acres of Ilnti tolmcco Crab bind, visited his brother, Arnold Foreman, at for corn, meadow nnd and near Hubble. Improvements fairly further Information cull on pasture. For J. ward Moore, Wanted, to buy a good Lincoln coun- good and splendid new barn. Mr. A. I). Boot's. J. F, Orab Orchard, Ky., or nddress me at Hen- dersonIlle, N.O. Mrs. J. M. Carter, of Moreland, ty farm of tho value of 120,000 tc Iligney & Son, Stanford. OHAH. II. S I NO L ETON. Address Lock Box 204, Stanford, took yesterday's train for Corbin to daughter. Ky. I WILL on Thursday, Dec. 2nd, nt 10 visit her 1 mr ni Mrs. W. F. Sheridan, of Daniel, the mysterious man, will do o'clock A. M., sell publicly my stock, Louisville, spent yesterday with Mr. aomu remarkable stunts at Walton's crops and machinery as before, adver Lincoln Circuit Court. and Mra. J. S. Bice. Prices tised, will also rent out my zarm on Opera Houso Monday night. came up from Mrs. James Mersiion that dav if not rented privately before. W. ll.Uoutft Adinr.. 1'lntntliT, Wm. 10c. 20c, 30c. Moreland, Defendant. .Noticed Hale. Lebanon Junction to eat Thanksgiving J. K Gover, Turnersville, Ky. In obedience to n Judgment rendered In The Maccabee lodgo at Somerset dinner with her mother. the above st led court uud action nt the Mr. Thomas B. Romnson, former term. Iimi, the undersigned coimnls-ilunMr. and Mrs. H. C. Baugiiman nro passed resolutions asking that its memwill nt about r. n,un with Kid. and Mrs. J. W. Hagin at bers vote and work for local option in sheriff of Garrard, entertained the Con MONDAY, DKO, 1S.1WW. federate veterans of Robert Logan In front of the court house door In Htnnford, Covlneton for a few days. the election Dec. 7. Commandery at a sumptuous dinner at iy .uuerior sine at purine, outcry to the is in Crab Misa Ann DbJarnette on ' For Sale. Beautiful cot- tho Kengarlan Hotel, Lancaster, in hliihesiand liett Udder an n credit of , six months the of In undivided Orchard visiting her sister. Mrs. J. II. tage, garden, barn lot and barn, on Lo- honor of Judge M. C. Saufley, of this remainder, subject to the life estate of Mrs. Climax. VV. Moreland In a tract of lull acres of M. Willis. Illchmond gan, avenue. Prico and terms to suit placo. iiinci on tuewntersoi tbo Hanging Fork In Mr. J. It. Nunnelley and wlfo left . m Lincoln county, Ky., ixiundcd on the North Reynolds. by the laud of on the Tuesday for Fort Worth, Texas, whero purchaser. Cicero Messrs. J. F. and C. L. Gover, of by the Hiiniuel A. V. Carpenter;the WestKst by Helm binds; on they will spend the winter. wiu Talk with mo beforo buying a type- tho Turnersvillo section, have opened a tun I'uiueniiu tuuiui lanu on theHouth bv land of 11. I', Nunnelley and the T. 1. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Farris left writer, and see sample at my homo. T. grocery store at Corbin and aro doing a Hill land. The object of the sale is to sntlsfv plainfor Orlando. Fla.. whoro they will A. Brsckctt, local agent for Standard nice business. It is ono of tho pret tiff's debt iigaluat defendant for JI0I.7S, with spend the winter. Advocate. tiest stores in tho town. Miss Mary Spercent.lntirest from June 13, 1H6, until Typewriter Exchange, New York. paid and the costs. Crowe, of this county, is bookkeeper The purchaser will be required to gle Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Cherry, bond with good security for the purclm.e J. F. Gover will have a sale of his fcr the firm. Brodhead, spent a few days with the of pilce, payable to the commissioner, bearing stock, crops etc , at his home near 0 per cent. Interest from date of sale until famllv of Mr. J. Harry Hilton. or the cen paid, ha Ing the force and effect of a JudgSEE Daniel, tho marvel Rev. R. R. Noel went up to Paint Turnersville on next Thursday, Dec. 2. ment and secured by lieu. K. K. HOIIIHTT.Hpeclal Commissioner. l.lrV to cat Thanksgiving turkey with He will also rent his farm on that day. tury, at Walton's Opera Houso Mon day night, next. As a ventriloquist Woods. his daughter, Mrs. J. B. The plo social given by tho Goshen sleight-of-han- d artist ho is par lteHirt of tho Condition of Mr. J. M. Estes, a prosperous far-m- school Friday night last was a decided and excellence. Admission, 10, 20c, 30c; end of Lincoln, of the Southern The National Bank; of Hustorjvllle, A good crowd was present tho success. latter for reserved seats. nnld this oillco a substantial call this and pies sold as high as $1 25. Tho at Hutonllle, In the Htuteof Kentucky, at week. the close of business Nor. IS, 1WM. Harry Jacoo3, the McKinnoy monutotal amount raised was $22 CO. who moved with his Clyde Raines, ment man, passed through to LancasThanksgiving was generally observ- ter yesterday with a handsomo tombHKHOUKl'rM, father, Mr. Sim Raines, to Corbin from tl.'tSltt M this place a few weeks ago, la 111 with ed here yesterday. The banks and most stone to bo placed aver tho gravo of Loans and Discount!. 1,H 48 os the stores were closed, tho postolllco Uriah Dunn, whose remains have rest Orerdrufts.secured nnd unsecured fever. U. H. Ilonds to secure circulation HA 03 ME8DAMES L. H. and W. T. Stone kept Sunday hours, but as usnal tho ed in the city of the dead at that place lliuiklng house,furnlturc,aud ?,tJU00 went to Lancaster Wednesday to see newspaper men put in full time. for many years. His grandson, Mr. U. Duo from National lianki (not retheir sister, Mrs. Minnie Bland, who is D. Bright, of this city, had tho work 0,438 08 .. ... serve ugenti) Will A. Brooks, of Crab Orchard, very 111. dono. Due from HtateaniU'rlMile Hanks jolneda Garrard who was In Atlanta a few weeks ago, A Hankers. Trust Companies Mr. W. 0. Walker B. Carson, former 3K5 33 and Havings Hanks There will be a mass meeting of all eountv narty at Mt. Vernon Tuesday telb us that Mr. D, building a (40,1)00 tho churches in Stanford at tho Chris Duo fromapproed re serve ugents !U,7M ly of this place, is and la kllllngquail In Rockcastle and Checks and other cash Items MT4 homo on Peachtrco street In Atlanta. tian church Sunday night in the Inter Notes of other National Hanks . , HI 00 Pulaski. est of tho temperance cause. A num- Fractional paper currency, nickJUDOB M. C SaUFLEY leaves this af. Junction City is getting to bo tho els, nnd a it tnmoon for Salversvllle. whero he will best town In tho country. Marshal Jake ber of laymen will speak and tho meet- Lawful Moneycents Hesere In Hank, the Magoffin cir- Clem tells tho Advocate that only three ing will be under tho auspices of tho hold a special term of 1 13,310 M vizi Hpecle.. n League. A largo atten 2UB CO . 15.515 00 notes cuit court. arrests have been made In the town in fund Mrs. S. E. BR00K8 and Miss Mollio eight months and they wero for small dance la requested and an Interesting Redemptionper w 1th U.H. TreasB 35 00 cent of circulation urer meeting may bo expected. Brooks have returned from a delightful offenses. visit to Messrs. J, W. and J. R. Brooks "TEiirEST AND SUNSHINfc" to bo MAlllLITlr. . . To Printers. This oillco has for salo seen V.(0 K) in California. at Walton's Opera House on Sat- Pupllal Block paid In . IT.UUWJ Hurplus fund a lot of display and body typo which has Mrs. Fannie Humble and family evening, Dec, 4, la a dramatiza- Uuulvldid profits, Uss expenses u medium sized urday and taxes paid moved from Turnersvillo to tho been used very little, have tion of Mary J. Holmes' popular novel. National I lank note, outstiiudluu ikxio m sevcottago on East Main street recently Imposing stone, a lot of cases, and Tho book is too well known and widely Duo to oilier National Hanks eral cone pulleys. Will go cheap if sold read to enter into any description of Due to Htnte aud (irlvalu luniks and Umkers vacated by Mrs. Adelia Woods. at once. Interior Journal oillco, tho plot and Lem li. Parker, tho dra- I uillvldual deposit sllhlt ct check IIT,7U)U8 Declined cheeks Dr. J. M. Bronauqii, of St. Louis, Stanford, Ky. 8,1U (O matist, has closely followed tho theme-al- Notes una lulls redlioounled is with his parents at Crab Orchard. IJW.IXI 0 Lexingthrough tho four acts and tho way The doctor will likely locato at At Walton's Opera House on Friday Kentucky, County of Mucolu, ssi evening, Dec. 10, tho laughablo three- - six scenes. Nearly every one has read I, Htnteof ton for the practice of his profession. J, W. Hocker, Cashier of thuuUieimuicd liunk. do the comedy, "What's Next." will bo "Tempest and Sunshine" and those statement solemnly swear that my above Mrs. Siielton M, Saufley and son, act Is true, to tho hcsl of U'llef. lloc'KKii.Oushler J. V. l"efore me Marshall, of Frankfort, aro presented by local talent under tho who havo not, should do so, and then Shelton Hubscrl b.'Uund sworn to this Knd W. with Mr. and Mra. J. C. McClary. Tho management and training of Miss Ber- go and bco tho play. They will appre- day of Nov., WM. J, Keb.llosklns, N. V. My 26, Mt. Jackson.' The proceeds will go to ciate tho pathos and humor all the commission expires husband and father will join them Sat th a uorroci Attest! iuisni Aicorn, j, w, I more. l'vwull and J, l). Depp, ltlrtclurs the Christian Endeavor Society. urday. e, i jr e, i HIg-gin- WINTER GOODS. Winter is about here and it will pay you to look through our stock liclore buying. See our lino of Scarfs, Underwear, Outing, Drees Good, Shoes, Hooicry, Skirt, Ginghams, Novelties, Etc., Etc. This stock lias been carefully selected and we absolutely know our prices aro right. Wo invite comparison on any article in our storo nnd wo guarantee quality and prices to bo equal to any in town and in a good ninny cases the price to be lower nnd the quality to be better. HUGHES, MARTIN 1 & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, ' STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Auctioneer! m WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE, STANFORD, FORSALEORRENT. 99-2- Saturday, Dec. 4, 1 909. W. F. Mann Presents -- RENT1 115-acr- o MISS DOLCE MELROSE and MISS MADGE THURSTON $30.-00- 0. Commissioner's Sale Tempest mD Sunshine, A Dramatization of MARY Famous Novel. er 1 J. HOLMES' five-roo- one-ha- lf A Beautiful Story of Southern Life, s 2ND SUCCESSFUL SEASON. Special Scenic Production. Prices, 25, 50 aud 75c. Reserved Seats on Sale at SIIUGARS TANNER'S. JL G. MURPHY. J. W. ACTON. er Just think of it. The person that buys goods on time aud pays hi accounts has to pay enough extra to mako up for tho ones that do not pay, or the merchant hits to go out of business. Remember we save you money on each purchase. Men's extra heavy overalls 04c; men's heavy fleeced Underwear 44c per garment; a full suit for 88c; a full lino of misses' and ladies" underwear 2 Ic up to 49c; men's heavy work shirts 4t)c; the best outings, any color, Oic per jnrd; heavy Dress Ginghams OJc; Aprou Ginghams CJ aud 7c; 84 patent shoes 83.53; 84 vici kid and box calf shoes $3.53; men's bro-ga81.25 and so on. Arbuckles coffee 15c; a. regular 20c bulk coffee 17c; Ron Bou Raking Powder 4c; Arm & Hammer Soda 4c; keg soda 2 lbs. for 5c; Capital Matches, largo box, 4c; Ohio River Salt, 280-lb- . barrel. 81 B0 Don't forget to call for a copy of our monthly price list ou or after the 15th of each month. MURPHY A ACTON, Tho Cash Bargain 8tore, Kings Mountain Ky, Bring Your Cattle aud Mules to Stauford. Anti-Saloo- Legal-tend- . MJW'-- I 5im t'lMBcm, V rat. WwtitptiKmk Nonnelley's New stock ....Ytirds.... Aro now completed ami nro ready for all kinds of live stock, with good covered pens aud plenty of feed and water. Finst-claaud chnrges reasonable. Your support and patronage cordially solicited. Phone No. 1. Court Day, Secoud Monday. accoru-iiiodutio- l knoKl-etliiuu- I. M. BRUCE. Assistant. i.w, t jstdsssK. .vJUxkit .IViit,. uisuCi ( ' ft V-- The Interior Journal. WrrfnlAi,M-OIeo- J fttmnd-datt Stanford at matter. L. X N. TITOE a, THBLE H. No. I,Houth,ll:Mr. m. Houth, lo:ti A m. No. No.Ji, North. 4 iw A, M. No.tt, Nnrtb.BiM r. No. 17,10:31 A.M. No.M,l:or. M. JOS. S. RICE, Agent. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dontlst, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Office over McRoberts' Drug Store in the Owsley Building. FARM FOR SALE PThefnrmof 1 Kt HOncren, of good llu grass land, lylna one mllo North of McKtnne)on me Minmoru pine. iiiiproTvmcnis nnu Jcncinff rcooil: nlcntr of water find fruit. Aim 123 nrrei of tlmnnred land one mile of McKlnney: half under fences plenty I water and good toimceo innu. wee grow ngcrop. j.A.UIVKNH,Agcnt, McKlnnrjr, Ky, Fall anoVWinter Stock, I) JIktb your mensure taken liy a tnllor of experience. Then your clothe, whethern low price business suit or the finest evening elothes.'wlll bare that Individuality and fit which plainly indicate they were made to your measure. I will nlso take your measure for extra trousers, fancy vests, top coats and overcoats. Fall and winter samples on hand ready for your Inspection. It. O. HUPLKY. The Tailor, Htanford, Ky. . CUT FLOWERS FOB SALE! ' r can furnish the public with the best, well as the freshest of cut flowers, plants of all kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short notice. Also make a specialty of wreaths lor for funeral purposes. In connection with the above, I have nil kinds of vegetables on hand nt reasonable prices. .... GmU8TMAN(nKENHOUHEB, EO llUUIlAHD, l'HOK. Htanford, Ky. as Insurts Ttbacco and Tobacco I IfI- Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, laras. STANFORD, KY. Residence Phone 80; Office, US. Insure with me and be fully protected. (lohhlers nnd hens r the Tjtntfnrilnn A Wo Mk the patronise of our friend nml nursery (longer nnd Uwen A ltarbea strain for sale. neighbors for our at Latonta Tuesday. stock, Itlscarefullr selected, clean, thrifty i norougnorva nrom larga imnn and twnu-tllMas, W. K, Uisilon. cattle. W. nnd well grown, l'rlcrt nre rensonnhl. Ad- It. It. plumage, For Sale. -- 25 I.ntauford. Phone., J.A.McKKH, dress P. Lofran, Stanford, It. F. D. No. 1. Kings Mountain, I.lnoolnt'o., Ky. Matt Myers sold to John W. Walker, o! Garrard, a pair of mulca for $380. It. H. Crow bought of Dr. M. H. r"or House nnd Carriage PnlntlngamlTrlm Marsh, of Doyle, n Duroe pig for $25. mlng. Paper Hanging, (lun Mrs. Norn Ooodknlaht's farm on Danville lug. nnop oppmiie aepol, and locksmith M. P. Hamilton, of 1'ulaakl, sold at Avenue for wit for luio.nonr grndrd school; J.J. llKl.hR.f, Htanford, Ky tmrn and ami Kml Lancaster 17 heifers and steers at 2 to unfailing rltlernnuthouses. targeMrs. tlood- Rood hou.oand Hob knight nt her town homo on lnncnstpr 3Jc. Avenue oiu rcntel place. The barn of William HodRO, near Henderson, was struck by lightning and burned. I desire lit sell privately my stock of Groceries and Hardware. iHiIng a good busiAt Fayette Brook's sale near ness. Will Invoice about $:oo. Ileason mules sold at $135 to $1G0. Ono story rnttnge of eight rooms and nil III health. OKO. I. llOl'I'KH, HtnnfonCKy. tiecvs.nry outbuildings. I,ol contains one Corn in field brought $2.15 ncre, dlTlded into cow lot on which Is roomy L. W. Kclley's big tobacco barn In tmrn, buggy house, porn erlh, etc. (lood garden spot. This Is n ileslrnble place, locat- Henry county burned and 10,000 pounds edon corner of Whitley nnd Miller streets. of the weed went up in flames. A. II. HOI.TZOI.AW, Stanford, Ky.S I deslreto sell prltntely my residence In Cribs containing 22,000 bushels of UrnbOrchard. Ilouseof eight rooms nnd nn sere of land. Abundant outbuildings cjrn owned by Nunn & Duncan, of and all In good repair. located In local opHenderson county, were burned. tion town w here n good graded school runs Abundant wnterof th trotting Oratorio, the hereby notified that Tom llnrrl., nine months. third cash and balance In heat Younra tnrlety. One one (no mine oniienii-nris stallion, was sold by Georgo Anderson, wihi fornow eonnueu in Klavlits (Ireer. willr nnd two yenrs at 8 wr cent. ono ihootlnir Ml.W. M. lionilKrt. of Richmond, Ind., to James Hnmble-to- mako application to the Htnte Hoard of Crab Orchard. Ky. v., uoiiiniiHsioiiers m rrmiKion, of Indianapolis, for $3,000. onTuetdny, thn'thdny of Herombcr, Iw.', for n 1'arole from snld Penitentiary, WitFor Sale. Three Tarn worth boars ness my hnnd thlsXotwmlx-rlrt- , liv. TOM llAltlllH. by the champion Dixon and out of an sow. Will weigh 150 pounds. imported phone Fruit And Ornamantal Trass I I KUM-- ;r! Sam K. Duddcrar, Stanford, XA INB lenler In nnd Manufacturer of, 123x. A red sow with scar on loft hip weighs Kvery thing for Orchard. Ijw a and HarMarblo and Cranito- Monubetween 200 and 250 pounds left my den. Catalogue on Application. place Nov. 9. Information leading to No Agents. Markers and Posts, Cemetery nnd I .awn her whereabouts will be greatly apVases nnd ORlce and works, McH. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS. Klnney, Ky. preciated. C. C. Gover. A pale red dehorned cow, eight years Full lino Dutchess Troupers in latest Fabric, WorstctN, CashmcrM and old, under bit in right car, white spot Corduroys. All guaranteed with plenty of style nnd snap, $2 to 87.00. on left (lank, white talt with a portion FARM FOR SALE ORiRENT. Call nnd inspect our line before you buy. of the bush off, gives two gallons of Veterinary Hurgeon A Dentist, milk a day, left my place Nov. 22. Re Contains HO acres, best tnhaceo land In ward. William James, Rowland. the county, IK miles from McKlnney. Will Clelland Coleman bought 85 1,325- - sell or rent. Has two dwellings, ona of four rooms nnd rooms. Two pound cattle from G. & C. P. Cecil at orchards of the other of two Tobacco burn Phone No. tt, Ualls nnswereM promptly.day nearly 6 trees. GJc; from Jacob Huguely 70 of same that will hold 10 acres of tobacco cheapest orulsht. located at 11. I). Carter's I.lviry farm in Kentucky at price. Horn. weight at 6c; from Ike Shelby 91 at 5je P. H. mtAW.V Kit, McKlnney, Ky. from J. T. Carand 40 penter, of Lincoln, at Ce. Advocate. Bargain. 351 acres of good land, of & Moroland, Kontucky, which 100 acres is bottom land, eight-roodwelling, two good stock barns, Furniture anil Undertaking. new tobacco barn, 36x96, ice house, Now Fall Lino Millinery now in. buggy house, two corn cribs, etc., two' Day Phone 28. J3 Also Jvew Furniture coming in algood, cisterns, the whole farm being Night Phono 133. most daily. well watered, well fenced and lays well. Will sell as a whole or cut 200 0. IJ. I'ituiTT, Morelaud, Ky. improvements, to suit purlioine-Krown ul d FARMER'S DBPARTMKWT. T. M. Green, the favorite, ran fourth NOTICE! TURKEYfrFOR SALE! Small Farm For RentI J. J. BELDEN, HOME FOR SALE! Stock of Merchandise for Sale. Home For Sale! NOTICE! t ra n, Harry Jacobs, - ments, 1SL TierT" JTOll Esisy in Any Position. Lexlngtonrriiy. Dr. Willis Morgan, Stanford, Kentucky. SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. '. s TRIBBLE PENCE, G. B. PR U ITT. JJ """" We are receiving our Rochester Ware. CONCRETING We are in position to do nil kinds of concreting, such ns Illock Work, Pavements and. In fact, we can make any thing from r house down to n fence post. We cun serve you promptly and guarantee work and material. Unll and get our prices before you buy your materlul at least. llr.t-clii- .Stanford, Kontuclty. acres with chaser, which Includes 100 ucres as fine bottom land as there is in the county. FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNThis is a bargain. See L. R. Hughes, TY FOR SALE ! Stanford, Ky. Fancy Queens ware, &c.. now. Will be open next week. Come and see our stock. ' REWARD. Hating suffered considerable annoyance and duiiiuge frum outlnwt. In breaking gatu latches nnd tearing down and destroying my gatns, on the county road that runs through my farm, I ham concluded toolTer u reward for Information lending to the comlctlon of such iivrson or xroni. I will tbereforu give the sum of V'O tor Information lesdlugto the nrrett and conviction of any party or parties, that hare broken tho latches on any of my gates,urthat hue nwed down or torn down any of my gates on the county road which runs frum the Hustonville turnpike to the Mltledgevllle turnpike, through my fnrm;nnd I will give the sauio amount for Information leading to thenrrett ond conviction of any mrly or parlies w ho In the future commit nuy of the nbove oITenses. Witness my hand this 10th day or August. T J.HII.UHU. re. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. INSURANCE. Insures Tobacco, Tobacco Barns,' Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life, Live Stock. Health and Accident, Plate Glass.Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount. R. B. MAHOINY PREACHERSVILLE. Allie May, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Logan Thompson, is quite ill. ' The Baptist Sunday school at this place is contemplating a Chmtmas tree. Did you thank the Giver of every good and perfect gift yesterday for the manifold blessings which were yours to enjoy in the year departed ? 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 pheasants. J. F. Payne, Preachersville's faithful blacksmith, has sold his home here to Mr. Payne S. D. Carpenter for $1,200. is as yet undecided where he will locate, but we hope he will continue a citizen of our quiet city, as he is a an artistic farrier, skilled workman, and his place will be hard to fill satisfactorily to the farmcrsand horse owners in this section. fine blue grnss fnrm for sale situated on newnlkenenr l'olnt Invell and six miles south of containing 2HO nrres, well located In good neighborhood, being part of tho John Walker tntct. with n handsome new, n'ven-rooresldenco thereon, with nil necessary outbuildings and good, uew barn 0x. Well wntered. six never falling springs and creek running through. Tkkm.-- 4 cash In hand, balance one and two years from day of sale, bearing six per cent interest until paid. Tenons looilnit for such place ae write orsee W.O. Walkkk, Htanford. A two-stor- y . H. HIGGINS, M Stanford, Kentucky. Dinwiddie & Co., Commissioner's Sale Lincoln Circuit Court. ! Kills Her Foe of 20 Years. "The most merciless enemy I had J.L.Beazley&Co., MBBMMhBMMVJBP&sP. wHEpa for 20 years,' declares Mrs. James Duncan, of Haynesvllle, Me., "was Dyspepsia. I sulleied intensely after eating or drinking and could scarcely sleep. After many remedies had fail ed and several doctors gave mo up. I tried Elcctrlo Bitters, which cured mo completely. Now I can eat anything. I am 70 years old and am overjoyed to get my health and strength back again." For Indigestion, Loss of Ap petite. Kidney Trouble, Lame Back. Complaints, It's unequaled. Only 60o at Penny's Drug Store. o Hustonville, Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We carup-to-date ry an of goods. line circuit court, rendered nt the November term, Il9. In the case of Kvb Oooch, Ac, against Viola (looch, Ac, the uuder.lgned coiumlsslunerwlll on MONDAY, Di:0.1S.lH, county court day, nt about 1 1. MM In front of the court house door. In Htanford, Ky., offer for sale nt public outcry to tUo highest and hot bidder. on a credit of six mouths, two lots In Mllledgevllle, Lincoln county, Ky.. the nrst of which Is thus described: In the center of street corner to iimtipton; llneHf J, Km poles, t links to his corner on Hnndldge; thenco his line N 'i K7 xiles 11 links to corner on same, thence M (C1; W St) ioles (o the center of the street: thenco with center of street MS14 W 7 poles SI links to the beginning, containing 1 acre, 2 roods nnd St poles. The second lot Is Iwundod on the North by .t Isaac OlbMiii proxrty;on tho Kast by Hustonville turnplku rund; on the West by W.M. Hnndldge; and on the Houth SvH. SHANKS, PRESIDENT W.IM BRIGHT, CASHIER, by Kmina Owsley, containing four acres, more or less. The lots will be sold separate- J. Q. PAXTON, J..W. ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. ly. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER object of the sale Is to satisfy the InThe debtedness of Oforgn Oooch, deceased. HVYS FOSTER. CLERK. The purchasers will lot required luexesute bonds, wllh good security for the purchnse DIREOTOnSt commissioner, tiearlng iirloe. payable to thefrom date of sale until Interest paid, having the force uud ulfect of Judgment uud secured by lien on property sold. J. H. Owsley, Stanford: S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford J. II. PAXTON, M'. O. I.. O.O. John B. Foster, Stanford; W. IL Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Ilia- K.H. Alcorn, Ally, for PlalntllT. It. I'nxton, Stanford; V. As directed by a Judgment of the Lincoln Cbe Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Capital, Dan-vllle- Surplus, Resources, $50,000.00 40,000.00 340.000.00 kin, Lncater; J. II. Traylor, W. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. ORGANIZED IN 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety DcpositBoxcs for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. DIRECTORS. , II. Daugbman, F. Keid, S. Mocker, President:, M. O. Elmore. J. M. Pettut, S. T. Harris, It, C, Daugbman, J. P. Cummins, John . McRoberts, Cashier: S, T. Harris, no. C. Robinsoo, II. C. Baughman, Asst. Caih'r W. 0 O'Uannon . S. Mocker, O. E. Tate. W.W. Saunders, Bookkeeper. t; Gilberts Creek; H. L. Hubble, Laucaster; II. Ciimiiiiiis, I'rcachcrsville; Lilburn Gooch, GilbcrU Creek. & era. Uude.tiKers and Embalrr. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Rugs. They will exciange Furniture for all Kin Is of Stock. Qire Them a Call. Prices Right, Valley Forge Farm, the magnificent Chester county home of Secretary of State Philander C. Knox'near Philadelphia, was ransacked and every paper or packet that seemed to have any le gal significance was taken, wbilo silver ware, clothes, ornaments and robes, any of which could easily have been sold at larg6 prices, were left behind. Headquarters for AMERICAN FENCE "T . K ftTANrORD. - It is the weak nerves that are cry- i . i I I I I i i i i i' T i rrft KENTUCKY. J. C. McClary, i ? 1. .3 Si bjpM KY- - ing out for help. Then help tliera, don't drug the Btomach or stimulate the Heart or Kidneys, That is wrong. Vitalize these weatc Inside nerves with Dr. S hoop's Htstoratlve and see bow fast good hoalth will come to you Sold by again. Test It and see. Penny's Drug Storo. trial, as Asserting that a ordered by the courts, has shown the rate to. be without profit to the railroads, the Louisville & Nashville til. ed 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 Uirmlngham. s' OFFICERS. -- . . . - . -. MR ..l.... .. . . j. ....... ttB B3B BRC2 BK3T9BB i'i" ;i;; uaVk t Undertaker Embalmer.'and aaler (nlHarnesa, Saddler , STANFORD,!! MM Finns, IW. Homelfbouv t. The Pio Line is a famous road And quite the quickest way For getting down To Turkeytown To spend Thanksgiving day, Mil. FAIIMEII: Make your home as modem for your futility as u city residence, and place youreclf in a position to L'et the latest market quotations . pi.t . .. . uo m mijr .: nun tun i. uccuiupiuuca ioy uiuuus ot uut tuiupuunu nurvicu, lime, which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that i small compared with the benefits received. Call or addrcM our nearest ollico or write direct to headquarters, Nashville, Teiiu,, for information regardiug our 6pccJal "Farmers' Lino" rate. If you are not at present enjoyiug telephone service, we can immediately interest you. Our Hue cover the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana aud tho Southern portiou of Indiana ami Illinois. EAST TENNESSEE, TEL. & TEL. CO. .i RURAL TELEPHONES. Mwlo of largo, strong, hlgh.grado atool wfroa, heavily galvanized. Amply provides for oxpansion uud contraction. Is practically ovorlosttng. Novor gooa wrong, no matter how groat a strain U put on it. Dooa not mutilato or injure Btock. Turns CirHt, Htrsis, Htts ami Pif t EVERY ROD GUARANTEED by us 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 to 111 gtay TOR SALt BY fncd. (iMOUUrOKATKO) GEORGE H. F ARRIS, Stanford.