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Digital page images are linked to the text file. nr THE IN rERIOR JOU NiL 1 Jii VOL XXXVIIlt STANFORD KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 30 1909 N080 u u HUDDLE Quarterly meeting tfra icsilon Oro abortion Is tho presiding elder Tho school at tM t fe proRre Ing nicely with Miss N hnto Adams I1S r tojchur H Bro Walker filled isle regular uppont mont nttha Christian church u1day afternoorf J R L Sloan loaves Saturday fortowa Leslie Sloan Is on r prospecting tour I on the alck list Our merchant Mr Sanders has full stock of goods Rndlf you wl1nt your moneys worth call on him berore buying elsewhere Mrs L P Weavers mother after a- II two weeks visit roturned to her homo a in Wayne Miss Lucy hover U tho guest of friends here Mr Everett Stone of Louisville was chasing rabbits hero Tuesday Mr and Mrs J M McKcchnlu visited Mr and MM J A Hammonds at Hustonvlllo Wcdnesda Miss Bettlo Walter and Bona McKcci nie are visiting in Lexington Among those who wore so beautiful entertained in the homo of Mr and Mrs T CRanklnThank Riving by their pretty daughter Miss Mary wet Mines Lucy Cover Nannie Adams lUlllo Brown Fannie Thompson Jewell Spoonamore Ida Roberts Mabel and Alice tank In Messrs Doc Weaver Wilton Alexander Jonathan Hankin and Mr 1ettui from Preacl crsvllle Those who partook of the elegant seven course dinner have much to bo thankfut for- CRURCH MATTERS The C W B M will meet with Mra James H Baughman Wednesday at 230 oclock r M The topic for tho prayer meeting at N the Methodist church Thursday night is The Progressive Lifo The ladlos Aid Society of tho Chris tan church will meet In the lecture room Saturday afternoon nt2 oclock Tbo tempcrnnco rally at tho Chris ttan church Sunday night was well attended and tho addresses by Messrs P M Mcttoberts and W II Shanks were able and well received As Dr Morris Bryant of Louisville was pasting the Presbyterian Theotog teal Scmlnery a child fell from tho window above him and would have bee dashed to death had not this doctor caught her in hit arms Tuesday afternoon from 2 to Coclocl I the general public have n cordial Invl tstion to call at the Methodist parson ago Tho young people are Invite from 7 oclock to 9 r M Each Thun daywternnon wo will bo nt home to roo celve visitors Business and religloui call received at all hours Mr J J Dickey Forced Into Exile Wni Upchurch of Olen Oak Okl t wax an exile from home Mountain air be thought would euro a frlghtfi luhgrackipg cough that had defied nil remedies two years After six months ho returned death dogging his 1I 1IIThon I began touseDr Klngi- V N Plscovcry ho writes anti after taking six bottles I am as well 8S over It saves thousands ycarl frpm desperate lung diseases Infal llbl for Coughs and ColJs It dUpol Hoaracncs and Soro Throat Cure OH DronohUls Hemorrhages Asthma Croup Whooping Cough roc and SI trial bottlo free guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store T 1 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Lexington dispatches say that abou 5000 changed hands on tho Thanksgiving foot ball game between Stat College and Central University- E C Gaines bought horn FrazIer Hurt tho Dillion property on Water street for 1G5Q J I Hamilton sole r 125 acres of the Taylor Raincy place at I 1y 75 per acre and 133 acres at 65 per Bcro7Lancaatcr Record The drys ro victorious in the local option election In DeKalb county Ind by an estimated majority of 1200 With four townships unreported the 1Emy majority is 1003 and tho four reo maintain townships have been counted as dry territory There are no saloons in the county as thoy WOM ousted by the remonstrance law I I enioyed this book But is it a proper story for a young girl to read V- Absolutely madam The hero never sees tho heroine except In the presence of a chaperon 6 a Tho little Candy Cold Cure Tablets called Preventics will in a few hours- satelyoiieck all Colds or LaGrlppe c Try them 4825c Sold by Pennys DrugStore The New York judges who get 17 600 want their salaries raised 4000 a year A mannevorls but always tc be blessed Our circuit judges get 3 000 and would be mighty well aatisfle- tI to have to 5000 1 NEWS NOTES Cyprian Godobski thV sculptor died in Paris Franco Ilb alas born In 1835 Albert Palely n lawyer of New York City has licuq appointed census supervisor for that district Mrs Roosevelt end her daughter Miss Ethel htjvo returned tq New York from jheirropoan trip The largoHflrein Hickman for many years occurred when lha largo Ulch mond Bond oil mlll burned with u loss of 100000 The body of George B MOH was found in his room at Bedford Ind with his head beaten Into a pulp Rob bary was the motive Six persons father mother and Cour children were killed when a trolley car ran Into an automobile in which they were riding at Los Angeles Cal Tno High School team of Loulsvlll regained the football championship of the Falls Cities by defeating Manual to 0 in their annual Thanksgiving game After cutting the throats from ear to gar of Burt Woods a showman at lending a carnival and John S Smith a companion Jesse Altman was shot and killed at Jacksonville Fla Vincent and Joseph Altman accusod of throwing n bomb which wrecked tho plant of the Standard Sash and Door Company in Chicago in 1903 were ound not guilty by a jury William McKay the 15year old Jack onvillo Fla boy who with Earl Bui lock robbed the SUte Bank at Eudora Cat on Nov 11 was paroled byJudg lugh Means of thu Juvenile court Msj II D Bulkley controller of tho laltimoro and Ohio Railroad Co and ono of the most widely known railroad men in the country died at his home In laltimoro of a cancerous affection Mrs Alice Chapin tho militant suf ragette who injured a polling clerk at tho Barmondsey election when he mashed a bottle containing corrolvoI llcid upon a ballot box was aentenccc at London to seven months imprison lentFiring from the doorway of theirI ome on a Sheriffs posse to give their father and brothers timo to escape Irs Chas Daniels and her 16 year of aughtar wore shot to death near De von Mingo county W Vn by the of eera Capt W A Walker well known In Lcamboat circles in Louisville and Now ilbanv died suddenly at Memphis of heart disease Capt Walker had com land of a number of Ohio and Minis slppl River boats during the 70a and arly 80s- Three trainmen dead two others bel- Ieved to be fatally injured five out ol ix cars on a Great Northern passenger train destroyed but every passcn gor safe it tho summing up of a wreck- on the Northern Pacific railroad a mile from Lind Wash As a result of the activities of boot ggcrs aud other unauthorized liquor venders a sweeping order has been is led by tho Federal Indian Bureau losing many saloons In the territory adjacent to tho White Earth and Red iako Indian reservations After repeated criminal assaults or Mra W C Cheatwood wifoof a farm er living near Edwardsvillc Ala Ray olitcn a Negro was hunted down bj a posse of citizens and lynched After elng riddled with shot the body was burned Mrs Cheatwood is in a critical condition The records which Dr Frederick A Cook the Arctic explorer will submit h tho University of Copenhagen rn- proof of his claim that he reached the North Polo on April 21 1903 aro Incomplete form and ready for the scrutiny to which the university authorities will subject them n Young Girls Aro Victims Iof headache as well as older women t all get quick relief and prompt 0110 from Dr Kings New Lifo Ill is eWorlds best remedy for sick and irvous headaches They make p re- tJlooiJ and strong nerves and build U your health Try them lid at iunys Drug Store I think our Indiady row things a trifle fino after Thanksgiving As to how Gave us celerytop soup and cranberry hash II Health Cotlco Is tho cleverest Imitation of real coffee over yet made Dr Shoop created it from pure parch e grains malt nuts etc Fine I- nflavorIs made lu just ono minute No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling ample tree Pennys Drugstore The road to yesterday I sought Merely tp find A lot of trouble that 1 thought Id left behind Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25o box Sold by nays Drug Store J Y Co SENATOR R L HUBBLE The abovo is afair likeness of Sena tor elect R L Hubble who at the lato election ran and won a most remark ablo victory in this district In 1908 this Senatorial district gave a republl can majority of 720 and on Nov 2 1909rwlth political and local conditions mixed the gentleman above rover d the largo majority and carried the dls trict by 338 In one of the hardest lought campaigns in the history of the State The farming element of our pop ll lion constitutes tho basis and the support of society and government It Is In fact tho source of all wealth for wo can not conceive of any character of property that did not come directly or Indirectly from the earth either allan agricultural a timber or nmlreralpro luct In the rural districts the larmer oars tho burden of taxation and in every successful farmer thero is found a high degree of intelligence and a keen ease of right and justice In view ot here facts Is a growing sentiment In avor of giving this largo class moi requent representation in the halls of legislation Senator Hubble who b ings to and ia prominent represent live of that class has won the affectooi of that great body of people as well aS 1111 others in dealing with his fellow tan Ho was born Jan 16 1862 in a IIttlo home down in Puluskl county a humble boy by thrift energy andpoorI severance ho has grown to bo one of tho largest land owners in this and loylo counties and has accumulated n riug sum of this worlds goods Ills rlfo was Miss SaBle Logan a refined and cultured lady belonging to one of the best families in the county one Bon and ono daughter being born to bless heir home Ills fidelity to the democratic party has been frequently manifested by tho part he has taken in many heated cam signs by contributing funds and aldlnlt 11 organizing tho party and bringin out the vote He was a member of tho county committee for several year county election commissioner and no man did more for tho success of the arty than he In fact to him is due a great deal of the credit for keeping Lit coin county out of the slough of repul canism This cursory sketch of Robert Lee Rubbles public and private liCo tows that he is worthy and capabl and that tho people have made no mls take in rewarding a faithful public servant Howard Little charged with tho sex- tuplo murder of Mrs Deity Justi eorge Meadows his wife and throe embers of his family was found gull- ty of murder in the first degreo at rundy Va by the jury which had- wan out all night Ho was sentence to be electrocuted in Richmond Jan 1- Tho murder occurred at Hurley Va and the bodies wcro burned fyY A Scolded Boys ihrieks orrlflcd his grandmother Mrs Mari Taylor of Nobo icywho writes that hen allthought he would die Buck lens Arnica Salvo wholly cured him fallible for Hums Scalds Cuts Corns Wounds Bruises Cures Fe iCSorcs Dolls Skin Eruptions Chilblains Chapped Maude Soot routs Plies 25c at Pennys Drug Storo Tho season for shooting the hunter deadl1nd then explaining that ho louk- ed like a deer ia at hand in the sections of tho country whore there aro a foW deer and many hunters Here I1bouts nobody looks like a quail and m lologiea for errors go Q tickling or drycough can bo quick Iy loosened with Dr Shoops Cougl emody No opium no chloroform nothID unsafe or harsh Sold bl nays Drug Store Tafts Thanksgiving turkey sent as 8- present weighed 52 pounds lie ough- ttobo able to havq hash for a week eve It the first onslaught embraced a ecor ot persons c I Tho Philadelphia National Leagu bl1llo ball Club was sold to a syndicat which Charles W Murphyof Chicago National Balc- to have organized 9 411 IIccc 4 VVi ii4daAQ td rAllP19PD1 lIDl1AlPMJ IPAt1Ny4 For Men of Fashion 1 Hart scitanner iMarx domes 1 I j The most stylish dressers do not dress better in the costliest madetoorder garments than we can dress them in HART SCHAFFNER MARX Clothes 1 J And even at very high prices you can not be sure of getting all j wool qualityf iJ You know what youre getting when you get Hart Schaffner j Marx Clothes they tell you what the goods are Nothing but all 1 wool fabrics ever get into these goods Itsworth while to be sure l of such quality in your clothes it pays youyThat makes it pay us We sell these clothes for 1 tlThisSums 20 to 35 Overcoats X15 to 25 y t L Wecrry other wellknown brands j from 500 to 1500 4 1ji Cummins Wearen t i v STANFORD KENTUCKY OA FARM FOR RENT 1 Mr farm of 139 nctvi 70 of which i cleared li for rent YM acre are CUlthlltlonrcorDBohool dlitrlot Unl room two stono chimneys two flre itock turn and tobacco barn and other outbuild lop Wil MOKPHY King lIountnlnKy J f SJ liidts fend- load FeathoR TaUOvmwu CInietc 1 rfueaseci YchlowiootMpyAopl- crDler etc We it etkiis185 OieiIiiauoturta iJJudWI do better for you lliu 8eat ot taanimna mcrehtnli Rclatacc uyOuVUL dinK Wr6 far wrrtUr i olitiaail qp f Nle Sabel A foriij KrlfM wF 6 h H B NORTHCO TT 41f Will Paythe Highest Market Price forTdrr 11 V rl I eAkeys See him before sellingJ jCallJt f J 153 Stanford KeI AJ 4 t 1 I H B IMORTHCOTT StanfordI rll c w a jt te +nr- fr rr r+ 4WydAJwwaWxFwwyasa The Interior Journal L C WALTON WHEN Senators Cummins La Fol lette Bristow and their socalled pro gressive following join hands with Mr Bryan in making war upon the Repub lican members of Congress who passed rthetariff bill and upon the President signed it I know of but one way to treat them and that is to fight them Just as we fight Mr Bryan and his following IISuch was the declaration of Joseph G Cannon who delivered the principal address before the Knife and Fork Club here Mr Cannon said Senator Cummins alone had read himself out of the Republican party Ho defended the rules of the House say ing they will remain substantially as they have been and are so long as there is a Congress Eyer since history be gan II said the speaker the man in the minority has been seeking some device by which he could overcome the will of the majority I AM for Judge M C Saufley of Stanford for governor over any man in Kentucky said a prominent Boyle county democrat to us the other day iWe need just such a man for our chief executive and I sincerely hope he will consent to make the race Judge 0 Rear will more than likely be the republican nominee for the office and we need a man who can meet him on the stump ad elsewhere Judge Sauliey IsI the man to pit against him His record as a democrat is spotless he is a fine campaigner and is in every way quali fied for the office He will unite the factions aajno other man can The old democrats are for him the middle aged ones are anxious to see him governor and the youngsters would love to vote for the gallant old Confederate for the high office he added MR BRYAN is getting ready to spring another of his policies on the country judging by a recent article in the Commoner under the head of Per sonal Liberty in which he inveighs strongly against the saloon which he claims is on a par with the trotnel and dierving as little consideration If Mr Bryan does intend to make prohi bition a principle of Democracy there is going to be a hot old time between b him and Editor Watterson who says a Democrat can not be a prohibition si For ourselves we will contend that the sale or prohibition of liquor tt a moral question and a democrat can either advocate the one or the other and still be a democrat THE question whether a Japanese is a white man within the meaning of the Federal statute upon naturalization was vigorously debated in the United States court of appeals at Richmond Va last week Namyo Bessbo form er enlisted man and steward in the United States Navy is an applicant for American citizenship and the district attorney maintains that he is barred by the hw which gives the right of citi zenship to all white persons andall those of African descent who are of good moral character The reserved hii decision for a few daysI IF Taft induce that bad hunter of his to transfer his gunning operations from Africa to Nlcat rauga it would not be necessary to send troops to the seat of war Teddy is so very bad that he is almost afraid of himself and would have only to growl once or twice show his teeth and Pres ident Zelaya would undoubtedly surren S der It will be remembered that Theo dore shot a Spaniard in the back dur ing our little spat with Spain and since1J then has added further laurels to his noble brow by killing several lIonsI while they slepteA FATALITY seems to hang over the New Haven sectipn of Nelson county Three people were killed within a radius of five miles in one day last week Elevenyearold Frank Howell was ac cidentally shot and killed while hunting Jack Brewer was hurled against a re volving saw and cut to pieces and John Keith was caught in the machinery of vtheBuffalo Roller Mills and instantly killedsTilE Democrats have lost two Con gressmen bjr death within a week Da Armondof Missouri and Allen of Michigan and they havnt them to spare either The reason perhaps that BO few Republican Congressmen die is that death loves a shining mark and they do not furnish it TUB Denver Mint which was shutI ofjopen the first of the year with between 18000000 and 20009000 in gold bul lion on hand which will be immediately coined into money of small denomina tions A DES MOINES IA boy hung himself because his parents would not al low him to attend a foot ball game This should be a warning to those parJ ents who deny their children some of the good things of life thepJmmenseturkeyfTaft had something to be thankful for J t FIVE train robbers were sent up for life in Nebraska this week Dime novels doubtless gave them the cue for the job but the end of the gimlet is not as glorious as the heroes of that debasing literature There iaa wide difference sometimes between fiction and fact in such cases made and provided SINNERS alone are invited to a meeting which begun at the First Methodist church in Lexington Sunday Church members will be welcomed but sinners are especially wanted HON J SuLOVAryof Madison who was appointed by the governor to serve as a member of the Redistricting Committee very promptly declined the appointment BEDFORD entitled the blue ribbon A youth of 15 and a girl of 14 were united in wedlocks holy bonds there with the consent of their parents Forewarned And Forearmed The Democrats of Kentucky had just as well make up their minds that they are up against this proposition The Republicans are going to nomi nate Appellate Judge E C ORear for governor on a platform constructed to catch the temperance vote The judge is an vowed temperance advocate and can consistently stand on such a platform Besides Judge ORear is a very popular man and by his advocacy of the tobacco growers cause he has made many friends among that class of voters The peo ple of tho State generally know that he is a man of force and ability Not withstanding the recent political upheaval it is going to take a mighty good and clean Democrat to beat him and the party must not make the mis take that any sort of a nomination is equivalent to election We have got to put our best foot foremost and in order to win we must select such a man as with whom we shall deserve to winThe editor of The Gazette has no candidate for Governor and no axe to grind Figuratively he sits on the watch tower and taking notes of events and the trend of sentiment and having nothing but the good of the party at heart and wanting nothing and expecting nothing he simply de sires to issue warning in time that the temperance element of the Demo cratic party has got to be reckoned with as well as the large and grow ling independent vote It is the sheerest nonsense to assert that a Demo crat cannot be a prohibitonist He can be for or against the sale of liquor and still be a democrat Even with the military administration of Governor Willson to hold up to the horror of the voter and the recklessness that hRs characterized the Republican misman agement of public affairs generally the Democrats will have no walkover for the succession unless they select as a standard bearer a man of known integrity and capacity one whom the people believe will give a fair just and economical management of the States affairs The writer is a bred in the bone Democrat who has become more and more in love with the principles of party the more he has studied them His only desire is for Democratic success and while he will vote for and support any nominee upon whom the wisdom of the party in con vention assembled unites there are growing thousands of voters who will not care so much for regularity if the nominee does not fill in a largo meas re their idea of what he shoud bejThe time is past when a nomination in Kentucky means an though it is naturally aDemj ocratic State In order to win we will have to put up our best men those of Irreproachable character and unques tinned integrity or we will suffer humiliating defeat again Forewarned is forearmed Lexington Gazette- POLITICAL Capt Edward P Allen Democratic Congressman from the Second Michi district from 1886 to 1890 died- uddenly of apoplexy at Ypsilanti MichiganIt believed that the fire which caused the death of Congressman De Armond of Missouri and his grandson started in the attic of the Do Ar mond home and was caused by defective electric wiring In an automobile accident near Bowling Green Judge B W Bradburn a prominent attorney had his right leg broken and W J Ragland had three ribs broken Circuit Judge John M Galloway and Attorney John Basham were in the machine but escaped un hurtChief Justice Mills of the New Mexican supreme court was tendered the office of governor of N9w Mexico by President Taft and accepted Judge Mills was appointed chief justice in by President McKinley and has served continuously since Ho was graduated from Yale in 1877 Kill germs breatnlngHy nisei Penny guarantees it to ure catarrh sore throat coughs and colds Complete outfit with jnhaler 81 Very leasaot to use QAirz DANVILLE KY tot+N+ +4N + t ++ r For 10 Days We Will Offer Everything in the Way of Ladies m Garments at Decided I ir j Reductions I c a Beginning TUESDAY NOV 30 we will for 10 days oiler every Ready to Wear garment in our big stock at greatly reduced prices You can not afford to raise this sale coming as it does right in the heart of the seasonal brand new garments fresh from Now York and an immense variety to se lect fromiTailored Suits There are nearly 300 of these suits and they represent ibo latest creation of the New York mentailors The kind that hold their shape and look tailormaths Note the price reductions 850 Finest imported Broadcloth Suits wilt be 835 84250 Broadcloth and Novelty Suits will be 82050 35 Broadcloth Wide Wales Worsteds Diagonals Etc will be 82350 82750 Suits in all new cloths will be 81050 82250 Suits will bo offered at 815 820 Suits in black and colors will be 814 SIb Childrens Tailored Suits made of fino worsteds will be 8075 Ladies Dresses Dresses for the street for the home and for parties Silks Satins Broad cloths Serges Etc in black and all colors and all offered at big reductions 835 drcssesVill be 82250 830 dresses will be 81050 81850 dresses will be 81250 815 dresses will be 8975 81350 dresses will be 80 810 dresses will be 8675 Separate Skirts About 150 to select from all new this season Black navy checks nnd stripes 8205 for any skirt that sold at 85 8450 fur any skirt that sold at 8650 8650 forany skirt that sold at 80 r 8875 for finest skirts that sold at 81350 205 fur 42 inch sweaters that sold at 85 Silk Petticoats Silk Petticoats made of new Taffeta Silk with full deep flounce special forthis she 8205 Petticoats made of very heavy Dresden Taffeta Silk made with full deep flounce tucked and tailored at 8425IPetticoats wade of finest fresh rustling Black Taffeta with 14inch tai lored flounce 3J yards wide and with full silk flust ruflle special for this sale 1405IChristmas Goods I Wo now have on display nn immense stock of Cut Glaze of tho celebrated John Hoaro Cos cutting from 81 to 825 in hundreds of pieces Wo lave tho only full line of Towlo Manufacturing Cos famous patterns of solid silverware Colonial Paul Revere and Lafayette We carry in stock all the staple and fancy pieces of theso three patterns Also tho best patterns from other standard makers of silver Rill line of 184 Rogers plated ware in knives forks nnd spoons Handsome line of handmado Braes articles at every price from 500 to 1500 Fine assortment of Mottoes and Pictures in Water Colors Etchings antI Photogravures at every price from lOc to 80 It will certainly pay you well to come down for your Christmas shopping o DANVILLE KY Shoes For Service I r 1 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 Ease or Honest Mike Try a pair and you will see our judgment on Shoes for Service is correct Regular and high tops 3505Op ht 650 and 750 a pair jA4 M4 t f r1r H J McROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY G L Penny R H Coffey K 11 Coleman Vlnolf 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 Soldunder a Guaran I tee at S r 1 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky RAIN COATS I 7Choose any from the new ones we show 4It f and youre sure of being right 4 r theyre i PILE OF We u WI i ffi I STYLE 1Jjtf ff J Make and thats an index of there being nonek- wrong Good Clothes satisfy and when they a dont we do Either way youre protected w E PERKINS Y t v I i VV I Crab Orchard Ky l X 1t c 1 r t r p We Know as Much as Anybodyt It I About the kind of weather we are going to havelWe dont know neither does any one else but we do know it always has a gotten cold and is apt to get cold at any timeAre you prepared for it If not come to our store and let us prepare you t fori Winter Our store ia now run of choice merchandise at reasonable pricoa You gain nothing by waiting Come now while as i j ortmcnt is large r 3 I I j J j r SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY f The Interior Journal t a STANFORD KY Nov 30 1909 c SOME great bargains In box paper are boink closed out to make room for new I etock at Iennye Drug Store PERSONALS MRs GEO P BRIGHT is Improving slowly I MR GEO EALY has returned from Chicago I MISS BESSIB YANTIS was with Lan caster friends MR AND MRS JASON WESLEY were up from Casey Saturday 1 J PAKRIQAN of Monticello spent a few days here with old friends W W WITHERS of Lexington spent several days with relatives here i MRS WALTER VANARBDALE Is quite sick at her home In Boyle county i It 1 WARNEH of Anderson Ind I was the guest of his parents here MRS W1L RICE of Louisville was the guest of Mrs Susan B Yeager- L II DAVIS of Livingston spent Sunday with his brother F A Dull yy MISSE3 JEAN AND LBTITIA WARREN Aof Danville were guests of Miss Jennie I v Warren MESDAMES TINHIE GRINSTEAD and J W Ireland spent several days In J4 Danvllle s I PHOP W 0 HOPPER of Mt Ster ifhg spent Thanksgiving with th homefolki MR C E TATS spent several day hunting quail in Marion county His success was fair MIss COKINNE QUARRELS of Frank fort spent Thanksgiving with Mits Margaret Hopper i Mns W A TRIPOLI and little Mini y Dorothy TrIbble aro visiting Mrs Di II Breck at Richmond MRS BENEDICT SPALDING of Leba non was the guest of her brother W B Hill and family i MRS CHARLES WHITEIIEAD and son Charley Jr of Corbin were wit Mrs Catherine McClary MISSES FANNIE THOMPSON of Boyle r and Salllo Brown of Garrard were the guests of Mrs L It Hughes JUDOS JAS P BAILEY left yesterday morning for Orville Cal to visit his 1 daughter Mrs II D Gregory MRS A J ADAMS and Miss Lucy AI corn of Huatonvillo wore here Satur day with Miss Annlo McKinney MESSRS J It NEWLAND John Men 1 Iofeo Hubert Carpenter W O Martin and Fred Cook were In Lexington last weekPRETTY Miss ELIZADETII HOWLEY and mother of Covlngton were the guests of Miss Mary Mobley for a few days MR AND MRS ROY B Rose of Etawa Tenn have been visiting the M family of Mr and Mm V B Morse at IlustonvllleIL HunnLE and son Logan Thanksgiving with Miss Mattio Leo Hubble at Hamilton College I MRS Lexington MAURICE PERKINS and Mr an Mrs Wallace Gover of Crab Orchard visited the family of E C McWJiorter i at Paint Lick FRANCES ADAMS Is confiner to S yher room with tonsilltls Miss Adams a spent Thanksgiving with her sister v at Harrqdsburg i MRS R II BATSON and sister Miss SundaywithI Lancaster Record IJIIIlto WEAKEN HUGHES Dr R L r Davidson and George D Florence were up from Stanford a few hours SundayMt Vernon Signal MR GBO A BEDEE was here adver Using Tempest and Sunshine which will appear at Waltons Opera House next Saturday night Dec 4 MRS CARRIE TAYLOR who has been I with Miss Ella May Saunders as trim l mer for the past three months left for I her home at Owenton yesterday s I BEVERLY ROUT came over from State J I 4 College and spent n day or so with his parents He was accompanied by his college chum Mr Shelby Post MESSRS C T WILHITE of PulaskI and S II Dick of Wayne county were here with Squire James McKechnie Mr Dick was in search of a fnrm DR J II DURHAM and family of Bryantavllle Mr and Mrs J R Has elden andMrs Katherine Aldrldge oft Lancaster and Dr B P Jones of i S Barbourvllle spent Thanksgiving with Mr H D Aldridge and family 1 LOCALS WANTED to buy a piano Emil Greenberg NEW lino of fancy ginghams calicoes etc at Whites store FOR nice holiday presents go to Mud lera jewelry store NEXT month is I seethe line of W II Mueller tho jeweler GOODS delivered anywhere in town on short notice W W White CHRYSANTHEMUMS at 60c per dozen with vines Ed Hubbard Stanford If you are lookInfourfresh oysters and celery go to J D Hortons restau rant WE want to see all of our friends anti patrons Friday Dec 3rd from 2 to 8 Farris ADFRED BRIGHT wage fined 10 and given 10 days in jail for drunk and dis orderly conduct I CLOTHING kid gloves neck ties fan cy vests made good as new Suits made to measure J F Brady 4t +READ A B ROBERTSON BRas ad on 3rd page They have bargains for Lincoln county people they say TilE potion who borrowed my roofing tools will pleas return them I need them now J A Allen Stanford eTIIOSE who fall to pay their taxes In the Crab Orchard graded school districts by Dec 1 will be advertised Geo W Bronaugh Treasurer FOR SALE Beautiful fiveroom cot tage garden barn lot and barn on Login avenue Price and terms to suit purchaser Cicero Reynolds nTALK with me before buying a typewriter and see sample at my home T A Brackett local agent for Standard Typewriter Exchange New York TilE young peoples society of Hebron thehnight at 8 oclock Dont fall to attend NAYLOR Miss Anna Naylor aged 1C daughter of John Naylor died near Goshen Saturday and was buried yes tardily after services by Mr J C Mc Clary FARM SALT acre farm on Dix river four miles North of Stanford and near Hubble Improvements fairly good and splendid new barn J F Rgncy Sun Stanford I WILL on Thursday Dec 2nd at 10 oclock A M sell publicly my stock crops and machinery as before adver tIed Will also rent out my farm on that day if not rented privately before J K Gover Turnerevllle Ky TilE ladiesof tho Presbyterian church will hold their annual bazaar on Saturday Dee 11 In Miss Vl1nDeVeerlI rooms at tho Myers Rouge They will have on sale hand made novelties for Christmas rugs aprons also cakes pred PIPES DSheriR11111 or rested Nathan Pipes of the West End Saturday on a warrant charging him with having poisoned W G Cowans cattle and horses He wave bond in 1000 for his appearance in Squire W M Dudderars court Ills trial Is set for Wednesday Further reference will bo given after the trial TUB Tempest and Sunshine Co should draw a largo crowd next Saturday night Dec 4 Tho play is as old as the hills but nevertheless most interest hg It is likely that the capacity of Waltona Opera House will bo taxed to accommodate the crowd that will gath er to witness the performance Re B irved mate on sale at Shugars Tan nersHon W IL SHANKS of Stanford is a candidate for speaker oftho House of tho General Assembly which meets the first of January Ho is a most excellent gentleman a parliamentarian and a man of splendid ability and therefore eminently fitted for tho po onion which he seeks Ho made the victorious raco for Representative of Lincoln county with an uncom promising temperance plank in his- platform and while a member of the last Leglslatl1revoted for all temperance legislation is a man AdvOlcate A FEW more guns left at Whites store FOR presents that are beautiful and lasting go to W Ile Mueller FRIDAY Dec 3rd from I to 8 is tho date of our Xmas opening Farris I MEAT cutters lard presses sausage stutters lard cans etc at W II Hig gins TimE grandest display of Xmas goods ever shown wo have this season Dec 3 Ferns WANTED to exchangelumber for corn and hay Terry Newell Huatonvillo R F D No1 2t LOST between Stanfordand Dan vllle a long tan cloak Leavo at I Severance Sons FOR tho greatestredion in mil linery especially wings and all fancy trimmings go to the Misses Straub WANTED buygood Lincoln coun ty farm of the value of 20000 to 30 000 Address Lock Box 201 Stanford Ky DID any one eversee a more perfcc November day than Sunday It was bright and balmy and overcoats on d wipps wero laid aside as though it was an April day SMALLPOX There are said to be several cases of smallpox at Richard and Charley Doughertys in the Mason Gap section and some COstS are reported In the Neals Creek section also DY defeating Central University of Danvllle tho Kentucky State Universi ty foot ball team won the Kentucky championship and tied for the championship of the South with Sewanee HENRY LAMMERS who used to run tho Kentucky Central train known as Old Henry died in Madison a few days ago Ills mind had been Impaired since his engine ran over and killed a man near Paint Lick ON last eveningat Walton Opera House a delightful Thank glvlni dance waa enjoyed by a large crowd of trippers of tho light fantastic to the sweet strains of music rendered by Saxton Treats orchestra DR J S COOPEII formerly cf Liv Ingston and well known in this county died at Norton Infirmary Louisville last week He was 69 years old and is survived by his wife who was Miss Ju lia Redd of tho East EndDnd two sons To PRINTERS This office has for sale a lot of display and body type which has been used very little a medium sized imposing stone a lot of cases end sev eral cone pulleys Will go cheap if sold at once INTERIOR JOURNAL office StanfordKy CAUENISCIL Miss nuMagdalene Camenisch aged 46 died at her homo near Turnersvillo Sunday about 11 o cock Miss Camenisch was a sister of Mr John B Camenisch of this place Her remains will be interred in tho Grecnheim burying ground today at 10 oclock MRS AGNES HERRIN gave the jail birds a good dinner Thanksgiving It consisted of chicken pie potato salad cream potatoes corn bread bIscuits cranberry sauce fruit cake jam roll coffee tea etc It was Mrs Herrins last Thanksgiving to feed tho prisoners and she gave them u meal that they will not soon forget TUB appearance ofMary Holmes delightful novel Tempest and Sun shine dramatization by Lorn B Par ker is an event that should be looked forward to with interest by our theatre goers The scenery is beautiful every thing used in the representation being carried by the company The costum ing is quaint and pretty tho gowns booing of airy summery stuffs made in tho fashion of 1850 which is th vporiod of the play Beautiful Southern melodies are Introduced throughout tho play with great effect Tho story is both strong and interesting and Is relieved with much comedy which is contrib uted by tho darkey servants as a spec ial entertainment for their masters and mistresses who are of the Southern arlstocr gTempest and Sunshine is one of successes of recent years and no one who enjoys a flrst class play presented in a first class manner should fail to see Tempest and Sunshine to be seen at Waltons Opera House on next Saturday night Dec 4 S j Auctioneer I I offer my services to tho of Llni coin asannuctlooeer Hotlsfantlon guaranteed H W McWHOUTKIt foreland Ky U P D No 1 FOR SALE OR RENT One home lot sale or rent containing T roompoches good trultlI acre of land good outbuildings on tho Homerset pike t I tulles from Htnniord for further purlieu tan write W A IltJRor Mnywood Ky FOR SALE 1 Cover Hotel at Orab Orchard olio store room lust ncron street with post office ad Joining and a cottage or office of three rooms All necessary outbuildings IHS JUItTJH DOVER Crab orchard Ky FOR RENT I For IWO my farm of 62 acre at Orab Orchard B to 10 acres of nne tobacco land bal once for corn meadow and pasture For further Information call on Jward Moore Orab Orchard Ky or address me at Hen dersonvllleNU OIIA8 H SINGLETON Notlct of Application for Pardon Notice Is given that lame II JuneIthe murder of Milton Kites will ask the governor for a pardon and ad who object will notify the governor and state In writ I any objection JAil JIKKNMtDT This Nov 471- 1WCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to n Judgment of the Lincoln circuit court rendered at the November term IKOv In the action of L It IJugbes Guardian Ac against E May Jonosdctue undersigned commissioner will on MONDAY DEO IT lttt at nbout 1 p MM In front of the courthouse door In Htanford Ky offer for sale at pub Ito outcry to the highest and best bidder the undivided 5i Interest of J T JontIchlldren- In the tract of land near MlliedgelIIelIn Lincoln county Ky by the Danville Hustonvllle turnpike on the North by the county road the lands of Robert lIurballl and Uannah ltranen on the West by the lands of Thos Best anu I H Hughes on the South by the lands ot Johnson and H IL Newell the whole tract containing TO acres The object of the sale Is for reinvestment TKKM8 The sale will hi madeonn creditor six months bond with good security for tho will be required of the commissionerbearinguntil paid having the force effect o u Judgment and secured by lien on the Inter est sold J BlAXTONIOIO O K B Alcorn Atty for Plaint- iffCOMMISSIONERS SALE Lincoln Circuit Court Pursuant to n Judgment of the Lincoln circuit court rendered at the November term IIW In the action of Mlis Annie K Dunn Ao against Mrs F M Dunns Heirs Ac the undersigned commissioner will on MONDAY DEO 13 I1In front of the court house door In StanI lord K otter for sale at public auction toI tho highest nnd but bidder the house and lot onfanviileStreet In Htanford Lincoln county Ky thus descrluedi lieglnntng at a tnku In the East edge of the Danville withthatto tho line of MD Klmorn thence a North wnrd COUrt will ids line ill feet II nlnche thence with hi line a Westward course nle feet to last edge ot Danville pike thence with East edge of same T6 leet to the begin fling The object of the sale Is to satisfy tho debts of Miss Annie K Dunu for 1625118 with finer cent Interest from March 8 lie credited lIy t54AI paid Jan I IHSI and of Mn lou W Jomhrror 14885 with 0per cent Interest rom e IIS credited by soo pnlcl Jan 111 against the estate 131 Dunn and the costs of the said action TKKMH The sale will bo made on credits of six and 11 months In equal Installments bond with good security for the purchase price will be required of the purchaser payable to the commissioner bearlngCpercent Interest from date of sale until paid having tho force and effect of n Judgment and se cured by lien J B PAXTON AL 0 L 00 K H Alcorn Atty for Plain- tiffsPOSTEDI Wo whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of tress passing on our places und will prosecute vi olators to tho full extent of the law Mss Mnttlo Howes Kelchttnbnch Bros TraylorLtlburn NunnelleyJJK llruce David Stevens John Uaurenisch WmOordler Dan Traylor M D K I more Clot lib Ollok Fred llandorf JJ Thompson D M Anderson J K Mosor MrnndulrsJniiEnds- AKIIusa nNJJortonJJKIIIott MrsOeoLognn CordlerRowIlaughnanlYnlnhAlbrlght Mrs Margaret Hooch Jacob Gander TraylorHam JlIofmannlOwlloylIfB THarris IlO Watklns JO Hundley It HOrow Mrs Nannie n Good U K McOluro Anderson Oarr Anton Ilonecker VonOruenlganT CarpenterW FerrllfWAlex Cooper J Kevin Carter K II Denham Mrs W O Welch H U Anderson W D Goooh Gus Gelszl T A Klce Ileuben Curtis Chris Camehlsch BpoonamoroIII W Guinea W P J L lloltzclaw W M Mlehds It K Guinea Mrs Mattle White Mill Mary 1cpples t ss I L R Hughes T W Humble W O Martin WINTER GOOBSp Winter is about here and it will pay you to look through our f stock bolero buyingtSee our line of Scarfs Underwear Outing Dress Goods Shoes Hosiery Skirts Ginghams Novelties Etc Etc This stock has been carefully selected and we absolutely know our prices are right We invite comparison on any article in our store and wo guarantee qualityand prices to be eijual to any in town and in a good many cases the price to be lower and the quality to i be bett- erhUGhES 1 j MARTIN CO a Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY a WALTONS OPERA HOUSE STANFORDI i Saturday Dec 4 909 W F MANN Presents 1IMISS DOLCE MELROSE and j MISS MADGE THURSTON t 5IN 1 Tempest AND Sunshine i A Dramatization of MARY J HOLMES 1 Famous Novel I 1 A Beautiful Story of Southern Life 1 2ND SUCCESSFUL SEASON Special Scenic Production Prices 25 t 50 and 75c Reserved Seats on Sale at SIIUGARS 1 TANNERS t t 1 M G MURPHY J W A TONIJust think of it Tho 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 t tho merchant line to go out of business Remember we Savo you money on 4 each purchase Mens extra heavy overalls 9lc mens heavy fleeced under i wear 4Jo per garment a full suit for 88c a full lino of misses and ladies a underwear 24c up to 40c mens heavy work shirts 40c the best outings any I color OJc per yard heavy Dress Ginghams Doc Apron Ginghams Ci 7c 84 patent shoes 8353 84 vici kid and box calf shoes 3n3 mens ROllJ j gnus 8125 and so on Arbucklcs oflce 15e a regular 20c bulk coffee Don Bon Baking Powder 4c Arin tC Hammer Soda 4c keg soda 2 lbs 5c Capital Matches largo box 4c Ohio River Salt 280lb barrel forjDont forget to call for a copy of our monthly price list on or after the i of each months J V MURfHY ACTON V The Cash Bargain Store Kings Mountain Ky 4 i H L Bring Your Cattle and MulesIto Stanfo- rdNuimelleys I New Stork I 11 Yards Are now completed and are ready for all kinds 4 of live stock with good covered pens and of feed and water Firstclase accom modations and charges reasonable Your sup port and patronage cordially solicited Phono t No1 Court Day Snlllfonday IM BRUCE A 3i tant I LLTli Interior Journal uttered in the PottOffice oJ Stanford III tieondelau tatter GL Si N TIME THBLJN- o2IHouthll5 rM Nor Houthl0U3 A X NoJ4Nortb4MUA M No n North 6itS P M No f1IOd A M NOI8JMOP- MJOS Se RICE Agontr A S PRICEsurgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building FARM FOR SALE The farm of 140 acres r Hood bluo Rrni lawn lying one tulle North of MoKlnneyon the StanfoN pike Improvement and fencing good plenty of water fruit Also 123 acres of timbered land one mile East of McKlnnoy half under fence plenty of water and gOOd tobacco land Hco grow DC crop J JAGIVKNHAgcnt Fall and Winter Stock Have your measure taken by n tailor of ex perience Then your clothes whetbura low price business suit or the tined evening clotheswtll have that Individuality and lit which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will also take your meas are for extra trousers fancy vests topcoats i and overcoats Fall and winter samples on hand ready for your inspection HORUPLEY The Tailor Stanford Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE r I can furnish the public with the best as well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of t all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty ot wreaths purposesIn above I have all kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable dces CHniSTMANClHKEX HOOHEB ED JluiiDAiin IBOU i Stanford Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco larns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Reildenco Phone 96 Office 94 Insure with mo and be fully e prote- ctedCONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of con creting as Work Pavements and In fact we can make any thing from r Louse down to u tense post We can servo you and guarantee flrrtclass prIetolbelore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford K- yINSURANCE R B MAHONY Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLive StockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis count JlBeazleyCo Undei biters and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur niture MattiugaRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give d Them a Call Prices Right ftTiNFORD KENTUCKY JC McClary Embalmerandrr STANFORD KY f 4 JrftJ 1 I I OfflM Phone net Home Phone 6 i tIA L rH rtJi i FARMERS DEPARTMENT Corn Is selling ot 260 delivered Col Hall Anderson lost a valuable fiveyearold horse last week Preston Beck of Garrard sold bra tobacco at an average of 16c I Jake Robinson of Boyle sold to Will Robinson of Mercer a mule for 250 FOR SALE25 650 pound cattle W P Logan Stanford R F D No1 W C Floyd of the West End sold to W B Burton of Lancaster 41 mules at 163 W B Burton of Lancaster shipped to Wilson N C a carload of mules he bought at 180 FOR SALCTwo Jennets ones jack and jennet colt their side M Hoff man Moreland Ky 4t Carlton Elkin of Lancaster bought of Bob Bruce a gelding tot 175 and of Carpenter Bros of Hustonville a har ness horse for 300 C T Bohon of Lebanon bought of Tol Timberlako of the West End 31 yearling mules at 112 50 and of Jake Robinson 2G 15hand mules at 1C5 THREE ewes and two bucks came toI my place about Sept 10 1909 owner may get them by paying for this no tlce and their keep W M Bright J M Craig M F Craig and M H Brown sold 1100 turkeys in one bunch to Lancaster and Richmond parties at 110Mt Vernon Signal 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 In E C GaInes corn show at Lan caster J M Saunders got first money and Victor Lear second In the tobac co contest Ben Kelley won first with Henry Yates second At the sale of H P Hawkins last week 23 cattle were disposed of at an average of 80 On account of the in clement weather a small crowd was present but prices were satisfactory A pale red dehorned cow eight yearn 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 20 Re ward William James Rowland BARGAIN 354 acres of good land of which 100 acres is bottom land eight room duelling two good stock barns new tobacco barn 86x96 ice house buggy house two corn cribs etc two good cisterns the whole farm being well watered well fenced and lavs well Will sell as a whole or cut 200 acres with Improvements to suit pur chaser which includes 100 acres as fine bottom land as there is in the county This is a bargain See L R Hughes Stanford Ky MATRIMONIAL M L Clarke 24 and Miss Myrtle Adams 19 were married at the clerks office yesterday by Judge J S Owsley There are many who believe that a newspaper should publish minor per sonal matters and difficulties in which the public is nbt interested This would bring a paper in bad repute and should do so because the publi cation would not benefit the commu nity and good people related to offend ers and in no way guilty would be classed with the guilty and improperly so It is only the province of a paper to take up cases notoriously against public interest and such as aro tried out in the courtsLancaster Record Kills Her Foe of 20 Years liThe most merciless enemy I had for 20 years declares Mrs James Duncan of Ilaynesvllle MewsDyspepsia I suffered intensely after eating or drinking and could scarcely aleep After many remedies had failed and several doctors gave me up I tried Electric Bitters which cured me completely Now I can eat anything lam 70 years old and am overjoyed to- get my health and strength back again For Indigestion Loss of Appetite Kidney Trouble Lame Back cmalo Complaints Its unequaled Only 60o at Pennys Drug Store That Capt Joseph F Shipp a former sheriff of Chattanooga and his companions who are serving jail sentences inflicted by the Supreme Court of the jilted States for contempt of that high riBunal have a legion of friends in their Tennessee hope was attested Thanksgiving day These friends saw to it that the former Sheriff and his fel loN Tennesseans were provided with a turkey dinner of lavish proportions It is tho weak nerves that ore crying out for help Then help them dont drug the stomach or stimulate the Heartor Kidneys That is wrong Vitalize these weak inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how fast good health will come to you again Test It and see Sold by Pennys Drug Store News that Col John Jacob Asters yacht the Nourmahal has been at San Juan Porto Rico for several days and hat all on board aro wel was received b I the Government wireless station at bey West from the wifeless operator at San Juan What seems to be the matter Im troubled with Insomnia Cant sleep nights ch7 I cant even sleep mornings doc IJiIJ fll1i1JJiii 1 1rrrlilL TURKEYS FOR SALE Gobbler and hens of the Lnngoruon h Conger and Owen A liarbee train for Thoroughbred bronze large bone and beau tlful plumitge Mae W F lWMOf 1L nJ rheas 82 I J BELDENF- orRouse and CnrrlagoTntntlnRnnd Trim- mIng Ing ShopoppositedRepot nand J1 BKLDRIT Htnnfonl Ky WANTED TO RENT SMALL FARM I want to rent a iiimlt farm of M to 100 acres two or three miles from Stanford Prefer land partly In cultivation and partly InRrnsi Humll liou o deilrvd Addresw car- eStock Interior Journal Olllce titanfordK Ky of Merchandise for Sale desIre to soil privately my stock of Oro cerlesnnd hardware n good butt nell Will invoice about fifM llvaiou III healthOEO BItOPPBRStanforl- KyMASONS MEET aLincoln Lodge No K A AIt wlllmec In tinted communication on each Ont and hunt Monday nights otonch month at 73 oclock In their hall on main streevt tltnn ford Ky Members of sister lexicon are fra tcrnally Invited to bo present T W Pen nlngton Beo S D CARTERN- ew Liver Depot Street Phone 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY Home For Sale I desire to sell privately my residence In drub Orchard Homo of eight rooms aud an acre of lund Abundant outbuildings and all In good repair Located In local op tlon town where a good graded school runs nine months Abundant water of the but variety One third cash and In one and two years at 0 per cent DK W M DOOREH Urab Orchard Ky CLEMENS HOTEL J L ELKIV Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKY Large airy outside rooms Oouunerclal travelers n specialty Hpoclnl rates byweek or month Tb proprietor l r former Mn coin county man and hU should re member him when stopping In ills town Harry Jacobs Dealer In nnd Manufacturer t f Marble and Crnnito Monuments rrluu tuid Iooh OIIItryand Lawn Vatesand Hetteei Olllce and works Me Kinney Ky Dr Willis Morgan Veterinary Burgeon A dentist Stanford Kentucky Phone No WJ Jails answered promptlyday Llver1lIarn C Ba FRUITT Moreland Kentucky Now Fall Tine Millinery now in Also Ivew Furniture coming in almost daily G B Pnurrr Moreland Ky FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE IIA floe blue grass farm for sale near Point Leuvvll southof Lancaster 2uo acres well located In good neighborhood lelnif part of the John Walker tract wltha omeiew twostory sevenroom residence thereon with nil necessaryoutbulldlnftsand l runningthrough I Tzniia ii cash In hand one and two years from day of sale bearing six percent Interest until paid Persons looking for such place pleaso write or see 0VALKEnHtanford inwiddie Co HL ustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We carry an uptodate line of goods NOTICE Wo ask the patronage of our friends and neighbors for our homegrown nuner stock It Is carefully ifllecUxlultnn thrifty and Iollllroln Prises are reasonable Alt dr JAMcKKK l Kings Mountain IHicQlnOo Ky I Small Farm For Rent Mrs Worn nooJklll ll s tnrmou DnitvllI Avenue for rent for lylOncnr graded oliool t unfailing ol turn and pond i largo barn bait go0d house mill outhouses Hew Jlr Ouud knIght at her town home on Lancaster Avenue old Keniol place HOME FOR SALE Ono story cottnae of rooms and all necessary outbuildings Lot contains one acre divided luto cow lot on which ts roomy horn buggy house corn crib etc Good gnroun pot Tllb u a lIe local od on corner of Whltley iiml abler Mttou A H HOLTZQIjAW Stanford Ky = SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEERING 10m prepared tome all kInds of suneyto and civil engineering My work will be guaranteed amid my prices are reu- ronnblo Wrlto me at cull ma over the telephone through the lluitouvllle AVALrEH MOKINNKY NOTICE I You are notified that Tom Harris who ii now confined In the mate enlttutl ary for shooting ono Klavlus lIrwlllmake application to tho Htate of Prison tommlastoners It FronkfortV Ky onTuesdnytherihdayof Iecensiter ltas for 1111rolo from said lnlhoUlltr wn mess my hand this Jfobembor lh Tom HAHUIB Fruit And Ornamental Trill I Every tlttng for Orchard LAwn and Oar des Catalogue on Application No Agents H F HILLENMEYER SON- SLexington Ky FARM FOR SALE ORJRENT Contains ItO acrvilxat tobacco land In the county IS antlefront McKlnney Will sell or runt tins two dwellings on of four rooms and the other of two rooms Two orchards of nearly bu trees Tobacco barn cheapestfarmO It IIKA VNKtt- SIoKlnuey K- yTRIBBLE PENCE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford KentucUy REWARD Having suffered considerable annoyance and damage from outlaws In breaking Rate latches and tenting down and Uftrojlag my gates on the county road that runs through my farml have concluded to offer n reward for Information leading to the conviction of such person or iwrsons 1 will therefore give the sum of P for infor mation lending to the art and conviction of many or parties that have broken havlIIWlturnpike through my farm and I will give the same amount for Information leading to the arrest anti conviction of any party or parties who In the future commit any ofths above offenses Witness my hand this 10th darof August Iw T HIt NOTICE Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns in the West End In surance Agency Get your policies written right in a good corn pany by w J CAMPBELL Ilustonville Ky Weak WomenT- oWMX and stuns women then it at leadoos way to help But with that troaunenu must be combined One Is localon it conitltiv uonal but both an Important both tttanUL- Dr flhoops Night Cur Is the Loa- De fihoop RutonUr the ConitlUrttonsL Tb form rDr Night Cunrlsa topltaii mucooi rmettnppcaltoryremedywhllUr- Shoop ratlveis wholly an treat went The Itestontlva reaches throuuhow the entire Intemakine the repair ol all iMfre all aliments The Klcbt Gun as Its name lavttM doss ItI- work while you sleep It soothes sore and Ja4tUIo- lid mucous surface heals boat weaknesses and Ucharccs while the Kwtoratlre eases nervous xclUQCQt gives renewed vigor and ambition builds up wasted tissues bringing about renewed energy lako Dr Shoop s- IteetoradveTablets or general tonic to tbei7iUm for posltlv local help UN at w- ellDr Shoops Night CurePENNYS DRUG STORE rRURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Mike your home as lnoderu fur your family ns a city residence and pike yourself in a position to get tho latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service- which you and your can get for a slim that is small compared with the benefits received Call or address bjir nearest oflice or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our speCial Far mere Line rate If are not at telephone service we KentuckyTennesaeeIllinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL k TEL CO neooaPORAr u- S y Easy in Any P sitionIFull lino Dutches Trousers in latest Fabrics Corduroys All guaranteed with plenty of style Call and inspect our lino before you buy SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY We are receiving our Rochester Ware Fancy Queensware cr now WiIIr be open next week Come andseeV stock J our + j W0h- HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky I r the Lincoln County national Bank 1 j Of Stanford enfUtkYi l Capital 5000000 J Surplus 4000000 Resources 34000000t S H SHANKS PRESIDENT WM BRIGHT CASHIER I JB PAXTON VICE PRESIDENT JW ROCHESTER ASST CASH HPCARPENTERBOOKKEEPERHlfYS I DIREOTORSIJ B Owsloy Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Oco W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford T C llan kin TraylorOilberU I H Cummins Ircacheravillo Lilburn Gooch GilberU Creek Friday Dec 3rd 2 to 8 oclocka P MIf r tJ i If t I I r i ipy Woo will show you the iiicestvlme tlmaegooils Jrom all the foreign evcr ehovvn hero fj Dinrier Vaje NbvclticsJ Brica Dma arid mJtVmumty Silvprwarc rCrvJrigHeta andother things OOptlWCrotisto4fleution- Congo and see us and you wiWagrccl With ua If vivfe 1 it J t J M 1 1 I I StanfordJy4 i n l ti 1 Pil G I r