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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): November 30, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909113001_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 30, 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. "" if ?0L. XXXVII. HUBBLE. The Interior Journal STANFORD, KY TUESDAY, NOVEMBER f. NO. 30, 1909. 80. ' NEWS NOTES. S Cyprlen Godobskf, the" sculptor, died In Purls, France. His was torn In 1835 ZZ Albert Falclc, a lawyer of New York nleoly with Miw Nannlo Adams as City, hns been appointed census supervisor for that district. . toiehur. i Mrs. Kixuofslt and her daughter, Ilro. Walker Mled his regular appointment nt tha Christian church Sunday Mils Ethel, liavu returned to Now York from their European trip. afternoon. The largest lire In Hickman for many It. L. Sloan leaves Saturday for Iowa on c urosoectine tour. Leslie bloan Is years, occurred when tho largo Ilich- .rnund & Bond oil mill burned, with a on tho sick list. Our merchant, Mr. Sanders, has a loss of $100,000 IbbbbbbbbbbbHbbPpbbbbbbbI The body of Georga H. tois was full stock of god nnd if you want money's worth call on him heforu found in hli room nt Bedford, Ind , your y with his head beaten Into n pulp. buying elsewhere. was thu motive. Mrs. I.. l Wonvcr's mother, after n Six persons, father, mother nnd four two weeks visit, returned to her homo In Wayne Mist Lucy Cover I the children, were killed when a trolley car guest of friends hcru. Mr. Everett ran Into nn automobile in which they Stone, of Louisville, was chasing rab- wero riding at Ios Angeles, Cul. SENATOR It. L HUBBLE. Tno High S'shool team, of Louisville, bits hern Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs J. M. The above is a fair likeness of Sena McKcchnlo visited Mr. and Mm. J. A. regained the football championship of tor elect It, L Hubble, who at tho Into Hammonds at Hustonvillo Wednesday. the Falls Cities by defeating Manual election, ran and won n most remark- Miss Ilcttlo Walter and Dona McKcch-nl- e 5 to 0 In their annual Thanksgiving ablo victory In this district. In 1908, game. aro visiting In Lexington Aftor cutting the throats from ear this Senatorial district gnvo a republiAmong those who wars so beautifully Mr. nnd to ear of Burt Woods, a showman at- can majority of 720, and on Nov. 2, entertained in tho homo of lOOOrwith political and local conditions Mrs. T. CRankinThanksgivIng by their tending a carnival, and John S. Smith, mixed, the gentleman abovo reversed pretty daughter, Miss Mary, were: n companion, Jesse Altman was shot the largo majority and carried tho dis Misses Lucy Govcr, Nannie Adams, and killed nt Jacksonville, Fla. Vincent and Joseph Altman, accused trict by 333 in ono of the hardest fought Thompson, Ilallie Drown, Fannie campaigns in the history of the State. Jewell Spoonamore, Ida Kobertson, of throwing a bomb which wrecked tho The farming element of our populaplant of the Standard Sash and Door Mabel and Alico Uankln, Messrs. Doe tion constitutes tho basis nnd tho supWeaver, Wilson Alexander, Jonathan Company In Chicago In 1903, were port of society and government. It is, Uankln and Mr. Pottui from Preach-crsvill- found not guilty by a jury. William McKay, tho Jack in fact, the sourco of all wealth, for wo Those who partook of the can not conceivo of nny character of elegant soven cours dinner have much sonville, Fla , boy, who, with Carl Bul property (hat did not come, directly or lock, robbed tho Stxte Bank nt EuJora, to bo thankful for Kas., on Nov. 11, was paroled byJudge indirectly, from the earth, either as an agricultural, n timber or a mineral proHugh Means, of tho Juvenile court CHURCH MATTERS. Maj. II. D. Bulklcy. controller of the duct. In the rural districts the farmer TheC W H. M, will meet with Mrs Baltimoro nnd Ohio Hallroad Co , and bears tho burden of taxation and in evJnmes II. Haughman Wednesday at one of tho most widely known railroad ery successful fnrmcr there Is found a 2:30 o'clock P. M men in the country, died at his home in high degro? of intelligence and a keen I The topic for tho prayer meeting nt Baltimore of n cancerous nfTection. sense of right and justice. In view of , the Methodist church Thursday night Is: Mrs. Alice Chapln, tho militant suf- these facts is a growing sentiment in "The Progressiva Life " fragette, who injured a polling clerk at favor of giving this largo class more The ladies' Aid Society of the Chris tho Barmondsey election, when she frequent representation in tho halls of tlan church will meet in the lecture smashed a bottle containing corrosive legislation Senator Hubble, who beJWMy Corrflrtt "5 l7 -- rt SUiirnr & JUrx room Saturday afternoon at2 o'clock ncid upon a ballot box, was sentenced longs to nml U n prominent representaTho temperance rally nt tho Chris- - at London to seven months' imprison tive of that clnsv has won tho affection 4 tlan church Sunday night was well at- ment. of that great holy of people ns well as tended and tho addresses by Messrs P Firing from the doorway of their all others, in dealing with his fellow-ma- n r M. Mcltoberts and W. II Shanks were home on a Sheriff's posio to glvu their ablo and well received. Ho wns torn Jan 1C, 1862, in a little father nnd brothers tlmo to escape, As Dr. Morris Bryant, of Louisville, Mrs Chas Daniels nnd her 1C year old home down in Pulaski county, a poor, Theologwas passing the Presbjtenan daughtur wero shot to death near De- humble boy; by thrift, energy nnd perical Scminery, a child fell from tho von. Mingo county, W. Vn , by tho of- severance, he hns grown to bo one of window above him and would have been ficers tho largest land owners in this and dashed to death had nut the doctor n Cnpt. W. A Walker, well known in Boyle counties and has accumulated caught her in his arms steamboat circles in Louisvillo and New snug sum of this world's goods. His Tuesday afternoon from 2 to C o'clock Albany, died suddenly at Memphis of wife was Miss Salho Logan, a refined the general public have n cordial Invl heart disease. Capt. Walker had com- and cultured lady, belonging to one of tstlon to call at the Methodist parson- mand of a number of Ohio and Missis- the best families in the county, one son age. Tho young peoplo aro invited sippi River boats during tho '704 and and ono daughter being born to bless their home. from 7 o'clock to 9 P. m. Uach Thurs-da- early '80s. made-to-ord- er His fidelity to tho democratic party afternoon we will bo at home to re Threo trainmen dead, two others beBusiness and religious lieved to be fatally injured, five out of has been frequently manifested by tho ceive visttors. calls received at all hours. Mrs. J. J. six cara on a Great Northern passen- part he has taken in many heated camDickey, ger train destroyed, but every passen- paigns by contributing funds and aiding ger safe, is thu summing up of a wreck In organizing the party and bringing Forced Into Exile. on tho Northern Pacific railroad a mile out the vote. He was a member of tho Wm. Unchurch of Glen Oak, county committee for several years, from Llnd, Wash. Mountain was an exile from home As n result of tho activities of "boot county election commissioner nnd no air, he thought, would euro a frlgbtfu leggers" aud other unauthorized liquor man did moro for tho success of the cough that had defled all venders, a sweeping order has been is- party than he. In fact to him is due a remedies for two jears. Afier six sued by the Federal Indian Bureau great deal of the credit for keeping Linmonthn ho returned, death dogging hi a closing many saloons in tho territory coln county out of the slough of repub It's-wortsteps. "Then I began touseUr King's adjacent to tho Whito Earth and Bed licanism. This cursory sketch of RobNaw Discovery," ho writes, "Mid af- Lake Indian reservations. ert Lee Hubble's public and private life ter taking six bottles I am as well ns After repeated criminal assaults on shows that he is worthy and capable makes it pay us. We sell these clothes for over." It sates thousands jenrly Mrs. W. C. Cheatwood. wifoof a farm- and that the peoplo have made no misfrom desperate lung diseases. Infal- er living near Edwardsvllle, Ala , Kay take in rewarding a faithful public serthe good of our customers as well as for ours. libly for Coughs and CoUs, it dUpols Rolstcn, n Negro, was hunted down by vant. Hoarsencs and Sorts Throat. Cure a osao of citizens and lynched. After Howard Little, charged with the sexSCHAFFNER & MARX Clothes. store is the home of Grip, HronchUls, Hemorrhages, Asth- being riddled with shot the body was Whooping Cough. GOc burned. Mrs. Cheatwood is in a criti- tuple murder of Mrs. Betty Jus tip, ma, Croup, George Meadows, his wife and three anil 11, trial bottle free, guaranteed by cal condition. members of his family, was found guilDrug toiv. l'mny's Tho records which Dr. Frederick A. ty of murder in the first degreo at Cook, the Arctic explorer, will submit Grundy, Va., by thu jury, which had IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. to tho University of Copenhagen In been out all night. Ho was sentenced well-kno- wn Lexington dispatches say that about proof of his claim that he reached the to be electrocuted in Richmond Jun. 7. Thanks-givin- g on April 21, 1903, aro in Tho murder occurred at Hurley, Vu.( $5,000 changed hands on tho North Polo foot ball game between State complete form and ready for tho scru- and the bodies wero burned. Collego and Central University. tiny to which the university authorities A Scolded Boy's ihrieks C. C. Gaines bought rom Frasler will subject thorn Hurt tho Dillion property on Water horrltlcd his giandmothcr, Mis. Marin Young1 Girls Aro Victims. J. I Hamilton sold Btrcet, for $1,550 Taylor, of Nebo, K., who writes thut, 125 ucres of tho Taylor Kalnoy place, at of headache, as well as older women, when all thought ho would die, Buck 75, per aero, and 133 acres at $05, per but nil get quick relief and prompt leu's Arnica haJo wholly cured him. uuro from Dr. King's Now Llfo Pills, Infallible, for Hums, Scalds, Cuts' acreLancaster Uecord tho world ' best I unody for kick and Corns, Wounds, Itruisei. Cures Tho "drys" wero victorious in tho nervous headaches. Thoy make pure Holts, Skin Eruptions, local option election In DcKalb county, blood, and strong nerves and build Chilblains, Chapped Hands. Soon Ind., by an estimated majority of 1,200. up jour health. Try them. 25o at rouU Piles. 2oo at Penny's Drug townships unreported tho Penny's Drug Store. With four Storo. dry majority Is 1,003 and tho four "I think our landlady drow things a The seuson for shooting the hunter 1 townships have been counted dead and then explaining that ho lookas dry territory. There aro no saloons trifle lino after Thanksgiving." My farm 01 IJO ucrei. TO of wuli'li it cleared ed liko a deer, is at hand in tho sec "As to howT" In the county ns they wcy ousted by uro fur runt nrlviuoly. soup and cran- tions of tho country where there aro a iniul. U grim, ruiuuliuler for Si nvtv "Gave us celery-toIn cultluitlon, ofU and rcmonstranco law. tho tolxiccu on lmrt'. berry hash." fow deer and many hunters. Here corn district. Hut dnelllutf of in urudtnl nix room.. Holiool "I enjoyed this book." abouts nobody looks liko a quail and no two atone cmiunef,to II ru placot, Mockburn mid tulinccotiarii nnd other outbuild"Health CoITeo" is tho cleverest apologies for errors go. Is It a proper story for a young "But Intli. V. M. Mukfiit. King Mountiiln.Ky. Imitation of real coffee ever yet made. n.p Kir! to read?" It from puro parchtickling ordry cough can bequlck-l- y 4. "Absolutely, madam. Tho hero never Dr. Snoop created loosoued with Dr. Shuop'a Cough sees tho heroine oxcopt in tho presenco ed grains, malt, nuts, etc. Fine In flavor Is inado In just ono mlnuto. Heinody. No opium, no chloroform, of a chaperon. No 20 or 30 minutes tedious bolting. nothlug unsafe or harsh, bold by Penny's Urug btoro. Tho little Candy Cold Cure Tablots Sample free. Penny's Drug Store. kldts fatid -Woo! called I'roventlcs, will In a fow hours Tuft's Thanksgiving turkey sent as a F.tthon, TiUov, B.i.wu, Cloictg. The road to yesterday I sought, safely check all Colds or LaGrlppo, present, weighed 52 pound. lie ought Merely to find Sold by Penny's Tryheml Wild Clnscr, ate W. tif delen to bo ablo to havq hash for a week even Driig'Store A lot of trouble that I thought If tcrjrrla in 1856 "Owr If tho first onslaught embraced a score i.i. (of yuu iW aoj CJJ1 do I'd left behind.. Luuuvl! . .1 of persons. , 4ecati or crmmiwoa merdaati. UcfcitBcc, The New York judges who get ur UuIU Lou!8U. Writ, for' vU Pains of women, head pains, or any want their salaries raised $4,000 a Tho Philadelphia National League prictlulMJiliptfasUp. year. A man never Is, but always to puln stopped In 20 minutes sure, with bono ball Club was sold to a syndicate M. Sabfcl fc Sane, be blessed: Our circuit judges get $3, Dr. Snoop's Pink Pain Tablets. Seo which Charles W. Murphy, of the LOUISVILLE, KY. 210 t. Utrkit St. mighty well satisfied full formula on 25o box. Sold by Chicago National League Club, is said 000 and would be Drug Store. to nave organized. Penny's to have It raited to $5,000. g Quarterly mooting k m session, Uro. Robertson I tho presiding cldor. Tho school nt this. place Il progress-In- 99 M'9fc; tsffrfc" WM 'SIBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbI Rob-biir- e. l444i444J444444S44444444444S t2'l't44444444.-S'P'Sl- y For Men of Fashion Hart, schaffner 4 Marx Clothes. J y The most stylish dressers do not dress better, in the garments, than we can dress them costliest in HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX Clothes. And even at very high prices you can not be sure of getting all-wo- ' 0l., ol quality. lung-rackin- g You know what you're getting when you get Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes; they tell you what the goods are. Nothing but while to be sure fabrics ever get into these goods. your clothes; it pays you. of such quality in all-wo- ol h That This HART, Suits $20 to $35; Overcoats, $15 to $25. We carry other brands from $5,00 to $15,00. Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FARM FOR RENT p H. B. NORTHCOTT, keys. See him before selling. iCall 153, Stanford, Ky. '" nRG fc&i &S Will Pay the Highest Market Price for Tur- - c. $17,-CO- O bttr H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford r i- - .3tlt-4-- i i...jMii Five train robbers were sent up for Dime life In Nebraska this week. novel), doubtless, gave them the cue C. C. WALTON for the lob. but the end of the gimlet is not as glorious as the heroes or "WHEN Senators Cummins, La FoV tht rfhflittnr lltoraturo. There is a 'pro wide difference sometimes between lette, Orlstow and their gressive' following Join hands with Mr. fiction and fact in such cases mado Bryan In making war upon the Itepub-llca- n and provided. members of Congress who passed the tariff bill, and upon tho President Sinners alone are Invited to a meetwho signed it, I know of butono way to ing which begun at the First Methodist treat them, and that is to fight them church In Lexington Sunday. Church , just as we fight Mr. Bryan and his members will be welcomed but sinners following." Such was the declaration are especially wanted. of Joseph G. Cannon, who delivered tho Hon. J. A. Sullivan, of Madison, principal address beforo tho Knife and governor to Mr. Cannon said who was appointed by tho Club here. Fork serve as a member of the Redisricting Senator Cummins alone had read him declined tho self out of the Republican party. He Committee, very promptly defended tho rules of the House, say appointment. ing they 'will remain substantially as Bedford Ind., is entitled to tho blue they have been and aro so long as there ribbon. A youth of 15 and a girl of 14 is a Congress. "Ever since history be were united In wedlock's holy bonds Ran," said tho speaker, "the man In there with the consent of their parthe minority has been seeking some de ents. a vice by which he could overcome the will of tho majority." Forewarned And Forearmed. The Interior Journal. DANVILLE, KY. .. JT5 V TS Vl 7&M r5i "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. ''We need just such a man for our chief executive and I sincerely hope he will consent to make the race. Judge will bore than likely be the republican nominee for the office and we need a man who can meet him on the stamp and elsewhere. Judge Sautley is the man to pit against him. His record 'as a democrat is spotless, he Is a fine 'campaigner and is in every way qualified for the office. He will unite the factions asno 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. O'-Re- ar The Democrats of Kentucky had as well make up their minds they are up against this proposition: The Republicans aro going to nominate Appellate Judge E. C. O'Rear for governor on a platform constructTho ed to catch the temperance voto. judgo is an avowed temperanco advocate and can consistently stand on Judge Besides, such a platform. O'Rear is a very popular man and by Beeinnine TUESDAY, NOV. 30, wo will for 10 days oiler every Ready his advocacy of the tobacco growers' n.Vrnr imrmont in our hit? stock at ercatlv reduced prices. You can not cause he has made many friends among that class of voters. The peo- afford to miss this sale, coming as it does right in tho heart of tho season; nil ple of the State generally know that brand new garments, fresh from New York, and an immenso- - variety to se he is a man of force and ability. Not- lect from. withstanding the recent political upI heaval it is going to take a mighty good and clean Democrat to beat him, and the party must not make tho mistake that any sort of a nomination is equivalent to election. We have got Thnro am nearlv 300 of these suits ami they represent the latest creation Mr. Bryan is getting ready to spring to put our best foot foremost and in Tho kind that hold their shape and look another of his policies on the country order to win we must select such a of the New York judging by a recent article in the man as with whom we shall deserve to "tailor-mndc- . .Note tho price reductions. Commoner under the head of "Per- win. $50 Finest imported Broadcloth Suits will be 835. sonal Liberty," in which he inveighs The editor of The Gazette has no strongly against the saloon which he candidate for Governor and no axe 842.50 Broadcloth and Novelty Suits will be 829.50. claims is on a par with the trothel and to grind. Figuratively, he sits on the 835 Broadcloth, "Wide Wale?, Worsteds, Diagonals, Etc., will be $23.50 deserving as little consideration. If watch tower, and, taking notes of 827.50 Suits in all new cloths will be 810.50. Mr. Bryan does intend to make prohl events and the trend of sentiment. 822.50 Suits will bo offered at 815. bitlon a principle of Democracy there and having nothing but the good of the 820 Suits in black and color will be 814. is going to be a hot old time between party at heart and wanting nothing bim and Editor Watterson, who says and expecting nothing, he simply do 81ft Children's Tailored Suits made of fine worsteds will be 89.75. a Democrat can not be a prohibition' sires to issue warning in time that st. For ourselves we will contend the temperance element of the Demo that the sale or prohibition of liquor cratic party has got to be reckoned . is a moral question and a democrat with as well as the large and grow can either advocate the one or the ing independent vote. It is the sheer other and still be a democrat. est nonsense to assert that a Demo Dresses for the street, for the home nnd for parties, Silks, Satius, Broad crat cannot be a prohibitoniat. He can Tub question whether a Japanese is be for or against the sale of liquor and all colore and all offered at big reductions, a white man within the meaning of the still be a democrat. Even wi'.h the cloths, Serges, Etc., in black and 830 dresses will bo 819.50. $18.50 diwcs will be $22.50. 835 drew Federal statute upon naturalization, military administration of Governor 815 dresses will be 89.75. 813.60 dresses will be $0. $10 was vigorously debated in the United ho 812.50. Willson to hold up to tho horror of the will States court of appeals at Richmond, voter and tho recklessness that dresses will be $0.75. hs Va., last week. Namyo Bcssbo, form- characterized the Republican misman er enlisted man and steward in the Uni- agement of public affairs generally, the ted States Navy, is an applicant for Democrats will have no walkover for American citizenship, and the district tha succession unless they select as a attorney maintains that he is barred by standard bearer a man of known in the I iw which gives the right of citi- tegrity and capacity, one whom the zenship to "all white persons and all people believe will give a fair, just and About 150 to select from all new this season. Black, navy, checks and those of African descent who aro of economical management of tho State's stripes. The judge re good moral character." affairs. S2.95 for any skirt that sold at $5. served his decision for a few days. Tho writer is a bred in the bone $4.50 for any skirt that sold at $G.50. If President Taf t could induce that Democrat who has become more and $0.50 for any skirt thai sold nt $9. bad hunter of his to transfer his gun- more in love with the principles of ' $8.75 for finest skirts that sold at $13.50. the party the more he has studied a ning operations from Africa to His only desire is for Demo inch sweaters that sold at 85. $2.95 for 42 it would not be necessary to send them. troops to the seat of war. Teddy is so cratic success, and while he will vote very bad that he is almost afraid of for and support nny nominee upon himself, and would have only to growl whom the wisdom of the party in con once or twice, show his teeth and Pres- vention assembled unites, there are ident Zelaya would undoubtedly surren- growing thousands of voters who will der. It will be remembered that Theo- not care so much for regularity if the Silk Petticoats, made of new Taffeta. Silk, with full deep flounce, special dore shot a Spaniard in the back dur- nominee does not fill in a largo meas ing our little spat with Spain and since ure their idea of what he shoud be. for this sale 82.95. The time is past when a Democrat then has added further laurels to his Petticoats made of very heavy Dresden Taffeta Silk, mado with full deep noble brow by killing several lions-w- hile ic nomination in Kentucky means an election, though It is naturally a Dem flounce, tucked and tailored, nt $4.25. they slept. tai Petticoats made of finest fresh, rustling, Black lailetn, with ocratic State. In order to win wo will A FATALITY seems to hang over the have to put up our best men, those of lored flounce, 3 yards wide nnd with full silk dust rullle, special for shis New Haven section of NeUon county. irreproachable character and unques- sale, $4.95. Throe people were killed within a radius tioned integrity or we will suffer hu of five miles in one day last week. miliating defeat again. Forewarned d Frank Howell was ac- is forearmed. Lexington Gazette. cidentally shot and killed while hunting; POLITICAL. Jack Brewer was hurled against a revolving saw and cut to pieces and John Capt. Edward P. Allen, Democratic Wo now have ou display nn immense stock of Cut Glass of tho celebrated Keith was caught In tho machinery of Congressman from the Second Michithe Buffalo Roller Mills and instantly gan district from 1886 to 1890, died Johnlloaro it Co.'s cutting from $1 to $25 in hundreds of pieces. killed. Wo have tho only full lino of Towlo Manufacturing Co.'s famous patterns suddenly of apoplexy at Ypsilanti, of solid silverware, 'Colonial," "Paul Kevere" nnd "Lafayette." Wo carry The Democrats have lost two Con Michigan. It is now believed that the fire which in Rtnnk nil the stanle and fancy nieces of theso three patterns. Also tho gressmen by death within a week. De- Armond of Missouri and Allen of caused the death of Congressman De best patterns from other standard mukers of silver. Enll liuo of "1847 Michigan, and they havn't them to Armond, of Missouri, and his grand-Bospoons. started In the attic of the De Ar- Rogers" plated ware in knives, forks und spare either. The reason perhaps that Brass articles ut every pneo from. oUo to Handsomo lino of haml-mndmond home and was caused by defectso few Republican Congressmen die Is 815.00. that death loves a shining mark and ive electric wiring. In an automobile accident near Bowthey do not furnish it. Fine assortment of Mottoes and Pictures, in Water Colore, Etchings and ling Green, Judge B. W. Bradburn, a from 10c to $0. The Denver Mint, which was shut prominent attorney, had his right leg Photogravures nt every price down last July because of a surplus of broken and W. J. Ragland had thrco It will certainly pay you well to coiuo down for your Christmas shopping, all, denominations of gold coins, will ribs broken. Circuit Judge John M. .open the first of the year with between Galloway and Attorney John Basham $18,000,000 and 120,000,001) in gold bul- were in tho machine, but escaped unlion on hand, which will beimmediatoly hurt. coined Into money of Btnall Chief Justice Mills, of the New Mexican supreme court, was tendered the A Des Moines, 1a,, boy hung him office of governor of Now Mexico by self because his parents would not al President Taft and accepted. Judge low him to attend a foot ball game. Mills was appointed chief justico in This should bo a warning to those par 1893 by President McKinlay and has ents who deny their children some of served continuously since. Ho was ., graduated from Yala In 1877. the good things of life. just For 10 Days We Will Offer Ev erything in the Way of Ladies' Garments at Decided that Reductions. ) li T2i L ij F Shoes For Service! . i- - That's what you want today. A shoe that will stand the briars, rocks and water for the HUNTER and the LABORER. Look well, wear well and feel well. That's the kind you get when you buy a "Walk-Over,- " "Men's Ease" or "Honest Mike." Try a pair and you will see our judgment on Shoes for Service is correct. Regular and high tops $3.50,$5.00, Tailored Suits- men-tailor- $6.50 and $7.50 a pair. Ladies' Dresses. H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Separate Skirts. H G. L. Penny R. H. Coffey E. R. Coleman W Vinolf Qj Nica-raug- Silk Petticoats. M T A A tyj The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil, is a most P4 CQ Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and Strength. It is Especially Useful For 05 rersisieni tougns ana Sold under a Guaran- tee at .. ' m U4 ji Hj li 54 1 fftS r.iivirvixtc rtm r KLHIII O UKUU vv. O crnni: I UKL, iTj Stanford, Kentucky. T? Eleven-year-ol- Christmas Goods. EBBE&BBSBEBBH2BEE:3 RAIN COATS Choose any from the new ones we show, n, o and you're sure of being right, tyr they're aaftssr mtwj DANVILLE, KY. 1 " PILE OF STYLE 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. Kill catarrh germs by breatninglly-orae- l. the things on the table at the Penny guarantees it to gureca-tarrHouie Thanksgiving day was a White sore throat, coughs and colds. mince pie, an immense turkey 'possum. Surely Mr. Complete outfit with fnhalsr II. Very and a Taft bad something to be thankful for. pleasant to use. AHONO h, W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. A I J I yWJUffBflPnAP'JWW P,lTTnr r -- We Know as Much as Anybody sH , 5 V Wo don't know, neither docs any one else, hut wo do know it always has gotten cold and is apt to get cold at any time. Arc' you prepared for it? If not, como to our store and let us prepare you for Winter. Our storo is now fiill of choice merchandise at reasonable price. You gain nothing by waiting. Como now while ns ortment is large. wo About tlio kind of wcnthcr nre going to have. .' ' T4Yi I SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Stanford, Ky., LOCALS. & SON. left et Whlto'sl STANFORD KY. Auctioneer! L. It. Hughes T. W. Ilumhle W. O. Martin A FEW more guns Wanted, to Grcenbcrg. buy a piano. Km II store. - Nov. 30, 1009 New lino of fancy ginghams, calicoes etc.. at White's store. Souk groat bargain In box paper are For nlco holiday presents go to Muelbeing dofipJ out to make room for new ler's jewelry storo. stock at funny's Drug Store. PERSONALS. Mrs. Geo. P. Hmc.iit slowly. Is Improving I offer my and coln county services to the monl of Lin at nn auctioneer. Hntl'fnetlon guaranteed. lasting, go to W. II. Mueller. II. W. McWIIOKTKIt, JI ore I and, Ky., It. P. D. No. 1 . Friday Dec. 3rd from 2 to 8 is tho dato of our Xmas opening. Karris'. For presents that aro beautiful FOR SALE OR RENT. N . v Wanted to exchango lumber for corn Chrysanthemums at GOc per dozen Sco our lino of Scarfs, Underwear, Outing, Drees Gowk, (lover Hotel, nt Crnl Orrhnrd, ntio store-rooand hay. Terry & Newell, Hustonvlllo with vines. Ed Hubbard, Stanford. Just ncroM street, with post office Shoes, Hosiery, Skirt, Ginghams, Novelties, Etc., Etc. This nnd n cottngo or olllce of three R. F. D. No. 1. 2t. v roomi. All necessary outbuilding!. It you aro looking for fresh oysters stock has been carefully selected and wo absolutely know our MltH.OUIlTIHCIOVEIl. Lost, between Stanford and Dan and celery go to J. D. Horton's restauCrab Orchard, Ky. prices aro right. We invito comparison on any article in our ville, a long tan cloak. Leave at rant. store and wo guarantee quality and prices to be equal to any in Severance & Son's. FOR We want to sea all of our friends and town and in a good many cases the price to bo lower and tho For tho greatest reduction in mil For lulu my farm of GI acres nt Ornb patrons, Friday Dec. 3rd from 2 to 8. quality to bo better. ncrei of fine tobacco land, lincry, especially wings and all fancy Forris'. for corn, meadow nnd pasture. Kor trimmings, go to tho Misses Straub, further Information call on J. Ward Moore. Mrs. Walter VanArbdale is quite Ornb Orchard, Ky or address me at Hen- Adkred Bright was fined $10 and sick at her home In Doylo county. given 10 days in jail for drunk and disWanted, to buy a good Lincoln coun dersonvllle. N.O. UIIAH. II.HIMJI.KTUM. It L. Warner, of Anderson, Ind., orderly conduct. ty farm of the valuo of $20,000 to $30.- was the guest of his parents here. 000. Address Lock Box 201, Stanford, Notlct of Application for Pardon Clothing, 'kid gloves, neck ties, fan- Ky. Mrs. W. II. KICE. of Louisville, was cy vests made good as new. Suits mado the guest of Mrs. Susan li. Yeager, Did any one ever see a more pcrfeot 4t. Notice If herebv slven thnt James H L. H. Davis, of Livingston, spent to measure. J. F. Brady. Kennedy. who m convicted nt the June November day than Sunday? It was term, Sunday with his brother, P. A. Davis iii7, 01 me Lincoln circuit court, 01 Read A. B. Robertson & lino's., Milton Kte, Misses Jean and Lktitia Warren, "ad" on 3rd pago. They have bargains bright and balmy and overcoats and the murder of pardon and nil will nsk the governor for n who object wrips wero luid aside as though it was will notify the governor nnd tnte In writguests of Miss Jennie of Danville, were ing any objection. for Lincoln county people they say. Jah. II. Ken.nkdt. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. an April day. Tliln Nov. ti 1KW. Warren. Mesdaues Tinnie Grinstead and . The person who borrowed my roofing Small-PoxThere are said to be I J. W. Ireland spent several days In toots will pleaso return them. I need several cases of small-poat Richard Danville. them now. J. A. Allen, Stanford. Charley Dougherty's in the Mason and Lincoln Circuit Court. I'Ror. W. O. Hoiter, of Mt; Ster In otiedlence ton Judgment of the Lincoln Those who fail to pay their taxes in Gap section, and some cases are report ling, spent Thanksgiving with the circuit court rendered nt the November HOUSE, the Crab Orchard graded school district cd in tho Neat's Creek section also. term, UOy, In the action of I.. It. Hughes, homefolki. Ouardliin. Ac, ngalnst K. May Jones, Ac, the by Dec. 1 will be advertised. Geo. W. By defeating Central University, of undersigned commissioner will on E, Tate spent several days Mr. C. Bronsugh, Treasurer. MONDAY, IlKCUS, mm, Danville, the Kentucky State Universi huntlmr nunll in Marion county. Ilia e nt nbout 1 p. v.. In front nt the success was fair. cot- ty foot ball team won tho Kentucky door. In Htnnford, Ky.. oiler lor sale at pubFor Sale. Beautiful and best bidder the of Frank tage, garden, barn lot and barn, on Lo- championship and tied for the cham lic outcry to the highest J.T. Jones'chlldren Miss Corinne Quarrels, undivided ', Intercut ol In the tract of land near Mllledgevllle, In fort, spent Thanksgiving with Mils gan avenue Price and terms to suit pionship of the South with Sewsnee. Lincoln county, Ky., lounded on the Last Margaret Hopper. by A iluttonWIle turnpike; on purchaser. Cicero Reynolds. HENRY L.AMMER3. WHO USCU to run thethe Danville county road the binds of North by the littlo Miss Mrs. W. A. TmnnLEond ltoU-r- t Durhnm and Hannah llrnnen; on Talk with me before buying a type- tho Kentucky Central train, known as the West lir the lands of Thos. llest and 1. Dorothy Tribble aro visiting Mrs. Dan of on the writer, and see sample at my home. T. "Old Henry," died in Madison a few H. Hughes; Johnson HoutliH. by the lands the II. II. Urcck at Richmond. nnd W. F. Mann Presents days ago. His mind had been impaired Mrs. Mary containing 7 acres. Newell, w hole tract Leba- A. Brackctt, local agent for Standard Mrs. Benedict Spalding, of sinco his engine ran over and killed a The ohlect of the tale Is for reinvestment Typewriter Exchange, New York. non, was the guest of her brother, W. TKKMrt. Tim sale will lie made on it credit man near Paint Lick. of six mouths, bond with good security fur MISS DOLCE I). Hill, and family. the purchase price will lie required of the The voung people's society of Hebron On last Friday evening at Walton's purchaser, payable to the commissioner, Mrs. Charles Whitehead and littlo church will have a box supper at tho r cent. Interest from date of snle lien ring S MADGE Opera House a delightful Thanksgiving until ptiiu, nnving ine lurce nnu eueci ui it son, Charley, Jr , of Corbin, wero with Walnut Flat school-hous- e next Friday McClary. dance was enjoyed by a large crowd of Judgment nnd secured by lien on the InterMrs. Catherine night at 8 o'clock. Don't fail to attend. est sold, IN J. II. I'AXTON, SI. O. L. C. V. trippers of tho jight fantastic to the Misses Fannie Thompson, of Hoyle, Naylor. Miss Anna Naylor, aged 1C, sweet strains of music rendered by K.8. Alcorn, Atty for I'lnlntltl. and Sallio Drown, of Garrard, were the daughter of John Nuylor, died near Saxton & Trost's orchestra. guests of Mrs. L. It. Hughes. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Judge Jas. I'. Hailky left yesterday GDdhen Saturday and .was buried yesDr. J. S. Cooper, formerly cf Livmorning for Orvllle, Cab, to visit his terday, after services by Mr. J. C. McLincoln Circuit Court. ingston, and well known in this county, Clary. daughter, Mrs. II. D. Gregory. l'lirtuaut to it Judgment of the Lincoln died at Norton Infirmary, Louisville, court, rendered the Mrs. A. J. Adams and Miss Lucy Ale form on last week. He was C9 years old and is circuit IWW, In the nctlon at Miss No ember Farm For Sale. of term, Annie K. corn, of Hustonville, wero here Satur- Dix river, four miles North of Stanford Dunn. AC, against Mrs. V. SI. Dunn's Heirs, survived by his wife, who was Miss Ju Ac, the undersigned commissioner will on A Dramatization of MARY J. HOLMES' McKinncy. day with Miiis Annie and near Hubble. Improvements fairly lia Redd, SIONDAY, DF.O.13.1K0, of tho Cast End, nnd two Famous Novel. Messrs. J. it. Newland, John good nnd splendid new barn. J. F. sons In front of the court house door. In Htun-lorKy., oiler for sale at public nuctlon to Hubert Carpenter, W O. Martin R'gney & Sun, Stanford. m. highest and lst bidder the house and . To Printers. This office has for sale the on l)iirillle Htreet.lll Stanford. Lincoln and Fred Cook wero In Lexington last lot of Jtcglnnliig ut I will on Thursday, Dec. 2nd, at 10 n lot of display and body type which has enmity, Ky., thus descrllo-d- : Life. week. Kast edge of Damllle jilke, corner to Pretty Miss Klizaiietii Howley o'clock a. M , sell publicly my stock, been used very little, a medium sized nsliikuln the lot of J.w IUce;the I'M with thence course about feet that and mother, of Covington, wero the crops and machinery ns beforo adver- imposing qtone, a lot of cases, and sev- to theline on Kastuard Special Scenic Production. Prices, 25, line of M, l. Klinore: thence a North- 2ND SUCCESSFUL SEASON. ward course Willi hit guests of Miss Mary Mobley for a tised. Will also rent out my farm on eral cone pulleys. Will go cheap if sold thence with Ills linen line 78 feet S ('.Inches: 50 ami 75c. Reserved Seats on Salo at SHUGARS Westward course Sin that dav if not rented privately before. at once. Interior Journal office, feet to Kast edge uf Danville pike; thence few days. & TANNER'S. with Kast edge of wine T5 leet to the beginStanford,-K- y. Mr. and Mrs. Roy II. Hose, of J. F. Cover, Turnersville, Ky. ning. Etawo, Tenn., have been visiting the The object of the tale It to Butl.fr the The ladies of tho Presbyterian Cameniscil Miss Annu Magdalene debts uf Miss Annie K. Dunn for JI.tS5.ix, family of Mr. and Mrs. V. li Morso at church will hold their annual N, lwi, Interest with per bazaar on Camenisch, aged 4C, died at her homo credited bycent. paid Jan.from March of Sirs. M. O. MURPHY. J. V. ACTON. I, K.,iind J.'ll , Hustonville. Saturday, Doc. 11, in Miss Van Do veer's near Turnersville, Sunday about 11 o'-- c ixju w. Knibry lorii.wffw, wiin n er cent. Mrs. It. L. Humilk and son, Logan rooms at tho Myers House. They will Interest from March h, lsvs, credited bv W ock. Miss Camenisch was a sister of mid Jan. I, IH, against the estnte otMrs. Ju6t tliiuk of it. Tho person that buys goods on timo nnd pays hi Hubble, spent Thanksgiving with Miss have on solo hand made novelties for Mr. John B. Camenisch, of this place. I St. Dunn and the costs of the tald action Mattio Lea Hubble at Hamilton Col- Christmas; rugs, aprons; aUo TKItSIH. Tho sale will be mnde on crullts accounts has to pay enough extra to makeup for tho ones that do not pay, or cakes, Her remains will bo interred in tho of six nnd 12 months In equal Installments; lege, Lexington. norm dressed fowls, beaten biscuit, pre- Greenheim burying ground today at 10 nrlcev wiui gouu security lor tno purchase tho merchant 1ms to go out of businesj. Remember we save you money on will lie reuulretl of the purchaser. pass Mrs. Maurice Perkins and Mr. and serves, jellies, etc , etc. able lo tho commissioner, bearing 8 iwr cent. each purchase. Men's extra heavy overalls Qic; men's heavy fleeced undero'clock. Mrs. Wnltace Gover, of Crab Orchard, Interest from Hale of sale until paid, having the force nnd effect of it Judgment nnd se wear 44c per garment; a full suit for 88c; a full lino of misses' and ladies' Pipes Arrested, Sheriff 'Hill ar visited the family of E. C McWhortcr Mrs. AGNE3 Heriiin gave tho jail cured ny lien. underwear 24c up to 40c; men's heavy work shirts 40c; tho best outings, any rested Nathan Pipes, of tho West End, birds a good dinner Thanksgiving. It at Paint Lick. J. II. I'AXTON. M. O. L. O. O, K. H. Alcorn, Atty. for Plaintiffs. color, OJc per j nrd; heavy Drefcs Ginghams 9 Jc; Apron Ginghams G nnd Miss Frances Adams Is confined to Saturday, on n warrant charging him consisted of chicken pie, potato salad, her room with tonsilitis. Miss Adams with having poisoned W. G. Cowan's cream potatoes, corn bread, biscuits, 7c; 84 patent shoes 83.C3; 84 vici kid and box calf shoes $3.53; men's 's spout. Thanksgiving with her sister cattle nnd horses. Ho gavo bond in cranberry sauce, fruit cake, jam roll, 81.25 nnd so on. Arbucklcsolleo 15c; a regular 20c bulk cofrco 17c; $1,000 for his appearanco in Squlro W. colfee, tea, etc. It was Mrs. Herrin'a at Harrodsburg strictly Hon Bon Rakiug Powder 4c; Arm it Hammer Soda 4c; keg soda 2 lbu. for Wo.wliom names nppvnr Mrs. It. H. Hatson and sister. Miss M. Duddcrar'a court Ills trial is set last Thanksgiving to feed tho prisoners forbul buiitlng, nshlnxurnnybelow, of tresklnU passing on our lncts nnd will prosecute vi- 5c; Capital Matches, largo box, 4c; Ohio River Salt, 280-Ib- . barrel, 81.50. Susie Hilton, were in Stanford Sunduy for Wednesday. Further reference will and she gave them u meal that they olators to tho full nitf ut of th Inw, Don't forget to call for a copy of our monthly price list on or after the 10th with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, H. bo given after the trial. will not soon forget. Miss Mnttlo Howes, llelrnwnbacti llros A. T. Trnylor. Kricl lliumm im. Lancaster Record. Hilton of each mouth. " N. 11. Hummer, i.iuiurnuoocn, The Tempest and Sunshino Co. should The appearance Mary Will Hester. L. 'Weaken Hughes, Dr. It. L. lt.C. Nuiinclley. of Holmes' J. J, W. Ilauiibinnp, J. W. lck. D. Florenco draw a largo crowd next Saturday delightful novel. "Tempest und Sun Davidson and Georga DnvlilHteveiii, J.K.llruco, night, Dec. 4. iho play la as old as Wui.OorUlBr. JolinUainenlscb. wero up from Stanford a few hours M. 1). Klmoru. Tho Cash Bargain Store, Dan Trnylor, the hills, but nevertheless most Interest shine.' dramatization by Lorn U. ParSunday. Mt. Vernon Signal. Km! Hundorf, ker, is an event that should bo looked (lotllliOUclc. Is likely that the capacity of 1). M. Anderson, J, J. Thompson A. Ueder was here adver- hg. It Mr. Geo. Mr, ami Mrs. Jns. 11. KnJs J. K. ilo.er, Housu will bo taxed to forward to with Interest by our theatre Mrs. N.J.Horton A, KIIUISU tising "Tempest and Sunshine," which Walton's Opera goers. The scenery is beautiful, everyM rs. lieu. l.ouuu. J.J.KIItOtt. accommodate the crowd that will gathW. It. lMUKlUTty, will appear at Walton's Opera House Frank Conller, thing used In the representation being er to witness the performance. Re- llov. father Lvu, Dr.u.O. IVrry, I, It. ,l..l1a Saturday night, Dec. 4 next carried by tho company. Tho costumBring Your Cattle and Mules H. II, IlaUKhmun, B irved sats on sale at Shugars & TanI'rlnhAlhrlKht A. I'. JIUUl, Mrs. Carrie Taylor, who has been ing is quaint and pretty, tho gowns beto Stanford. Mrs. Murxiiret (loocli, Jacob OniiuVr ner's. W. II. Truylor with Miss Ella May Saunders as trim ing of ulry summery stuirs, made in (leo.C. (livens, nam itonvrts. joiiu juivr, three, months, left for mer for the past M. J.lloliuuun. Hon. W. II. Shanks, of Stanford, is tho fashion of 1850, which is tho. poriod Amend Hctiuefor, K.T, lleuxley A. It.Mntheny her homo at Owenton yesterday. I.. H. darner, Mrs. J. it. Owsley, a candidate for speaker of. tho Houso of tho play. Deautiful Southern meloBeverly Rout came over from State of the Gonoral Aasombly which meets dies aro Introduced throughout tho play M.J. MorKiiu, II. 1.. Kntinley, H.T. Harris, It.U. Watklns, Collego and spent a day or so with his It. H.Orow. J. I'. Hundley. II rut of January. He is a most with great effect. The story is both the Mrs. NniintH 11. flood, U. K.Mce'luro, parents. Ho was accompanied by his excellent gentleman, a arl!amentariun strong and interesting, and Is reliovcd Anton ltouecker. Anderson (Jarr collego chum, Mr. Shelby Post, YV. M. lilslion, Kred VoiiUrutmlgait anJ a man of splendid ability and with much comedy, which is contribT. I.. Ilnutjliiiian, Mrs. Kate Ador T, Wiliiite, of Pulaski, Messrs. C. Mrs ltebeccu K, Unrpt'iiter Nlotlluti, therefore eminently fitted for tho po- uted by tho dnrkoy servants as a specM, K. IJiwreiae, W. Koiutts, and S. H. Dick, of Wayno county, were ial entertainment for their masters and Arc now completed and nro ready for all kinds sition which ha seeks, ilo mado the JollIlH. lAf, J. Bevlers, here with Squlro Jumes McKechnie. victorious race for Representative mistresses, who arc of the Southern Christian Jacob, Tom Kerrllf, oi live stock, with good covered pens und w. w. intuitu), Kre.1 l'uyl;. In Bearch of a farm. Mr. Dick was J. Nevlu Uurler, plenty of feed and water. Firnt-claaccomof Lincoln county with an uncom- aristocracy. Tempest and Sunshine Is Aleil'ooper, K, Hwnhuiu, Mrs. W. O, Welch, Dr. J. II. Durham and family, of promising temporanco plank in hi one of tho big successes of recent years II. II, Anderson, modations and charges reasonable. Your supW. IJ.floocU, I'. Uryantsville, Mr. and Mrs. J. R, and while u member of the and no one who enjoys a n (lusdelsil. T. A. Hlce. s platform, play port and patronage cordially solicited. Phono lteuben Ourtls, Ohrls tlumenlsch. and' Mrs. Katharine Aldridge, of last Leirlslattite voted for alt tenmer- - presented in a first class manner, should Tlusley Bpoonomore . No. 1. Court Day, Second Monday. ance leiMmation. lie is A) unllftr mail .i w ...to JuiuesHmltli, m ivwtim hum l'.W, Darter, A. I.. Onrtfr, Lancaster, and Dr. B. P. Jones, of 8eo "mpesi anu aunsnino" 11, V. Gaines W. l'.tlrlmes, with a bright future and the Advo-- I r Barbourvllle, spent Thanksgiving with cote trusts that tho Democrats will be seen at Walton's Opera House on W. M. Klelds' J, I.. Holtsclaw, I. M. BRUCE. Assistant. . r,. tiuiutfs. Mrs. Wattle White, Mr. H. D. Aldridge and family. honor him with tho position. -- Advocate. I next Saturday night, Dec. 4. Miss Mary 1'epuUi, Chicago. Miss Hf.ssie Yantis was with Lancaster friends. Mr. and Mrs. Jason Wesley were up from Casey Saturday. L. J. I'AHItlOAN, of Montleello, spent a few days here with old friends. W. W. Withers, of Lexington, spent leveral days with relatives here. m Mr. Geo. Kaly has returned from lard presses, sausage One containing 7 stulTcrs, lard cans etc , at W. II. Hig rooms,hou.f for sale or rent, ncresof land. poches, good fruit, Rnodouttiulldln(s;on thuHomerset pike, t Next month Is Xmas; seo tho lino of Kins'. miles from Htnntoril. For further particuW. II. Mueller, the jeweler. V. A. Huriir, May wood, Ky. THE grandest display of Xmas goods lars, rite Goods delivered anywhere in town on ever shown wo havo this season Dec. 3. ! short notice. W. W. White. Farns'. meat cutters, WINTER GOODS. Winter Is ' FOR SALE nbout here nnd it will pay you to look through our etock before buying. RENT1 ... Ixtl-nn- HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Commissioner's Sale WALTON'S OPERA STANFORD, court-hous- five-roo- mmm ... Saturday, Dec. 4, 1 909. MELROSE and MISS THURSTON Tempest and Sunshine, A Beautiful Story Southern 115-acr- Msn-ofc- o, m POSTED. bro-gan- MURPHY & ACTON, King's Mountain Ky. I Nunnelley 's i New Stock ....Ydrds.... , Has-elde- first-clas- "" . - - Y ' - - - II 5r i WWW" The Interior Journal. Mnleredinthe Po$t-OJfic- FARMER'S JDEPARTMERT. Corn It selling ot 12.60 delivered. Col. Hall Anderson lost a valuablo horao last week. Preston Beck, of Garrard, sold his tobacco at an averago of 16c. Jake Robinson, of Doyle, sold to Will Robinson, of Mercer, a mulo for $250. cattle. W, For SA!.n.-- 25 P. LoRan, Stanford, It. P. D. No. l. W. C. Floyd, of the West End. sold to V. H. Burton, of Lancaster, 41 mules at ?lf3. V. B. Burton, of Lancaster, shipped of mules to Wilson, N. C, n he bought at $180. Fob Sale. Two jennets, ono Jack and jennet colt their Bide, M. J. Morcland, Ky. It. Carlton Elkin, of Lancaster, bought of Bob Bruco a gelding for $175 and of Carpenter Bros., of Hustonville, a harness horse for $300. C. T Bohon, of Lebanon, bought of Tol Timberlako, of tho West End, 31 yearling mules at $112 GO and of Jake Robinson 20 lCJhand mules at $165. Three: ewes and two bucks came to my place about Sept. 10, 1909; owner may get them by paying for this no tice nnd their keep. W. M. Bright. J. M. Craig, M. F. Craig and M. II. Brown sold 1,100 turkeys In ono bunch to Lancaster and Richmond parties at $1.10. Mt. Vernon Signal. car-loa- d HofT-man, TURKEYS FOR SALE! riobblert and hens of the Ingertlon Conger and Owen A llarbee strain for sale. Thoroughbred bronse, large bone nnd Iwau-tlfMrs, W. F, DiaitoK, plumage, K. H.l, Htanford. Phone A t. NOTICE home-grow- I e at Stanford at Wn ask the patronage of our friends nnd neighbor for our nursery stork. It Is carefully selected, clean, thrifty ami well grown, 1'rlces are reasonable. Address J.A.McKKK, Klngi Mountain, Lincoln Co., Ky. L. & N. TITCE No.T7,10::ttA M. No. rt.ltwr. M. THBLE . m. M. J. J. BELDEN, mlng. Taper Hanging, (Inn and Locksmith-luHltop opposite depot. J.J Ilsi.nrN, Htnnfonl, K For Hotisn nnd Carriage PalntlngnnrtTrlm. g. Small Farm For Rentl No.JI.Houth.lltMr. No.,Houlh,10HJA No. II, North, 4.(0 A. No. , North. 6:U r. M. JOS. S. RICE, Agent. Mrs. Norn (looifknlght't farm nu Danville Avenue for rent for Ivl0,near graded school unfailing cistern and pond) large barn mnl good house and outhouses. Hee Mrs. (loud, knight nt her town home WANTED TO RENT SMALL FARM Avenue old Kernel place. on l.ancaster A. S. PRICE, Surgoon Dontlst, aTANFORP, KENTUCKY. Office over McRoberte' Drug Storo in the Owsley Building. Iwnntto rent a small farm of !W to Id) neres, two or three miles from Htanford. Prefer Innd partly In cultivation anil partly, In grass, Huiall house desired. Address 1'. K., care Interior Journal Olllce, Man-tonKy, !, HOME FOR SALEI Ono story cottage of eight rooms nnd nil necessary outbuildings. Lot contains one ncre.dmdcd Into cow lot on which Isroomy Imrn, buggy house, corn crib, etc. Hood garden spot. This la a desirable nlace, local, ed on corner of Whitley and Miller streets. A. II. HOLTZOLA W, Htanford, Ky.S Stock of Merchandise for Sale. I desire to sell privately my stock of Groceries nnd Hardware. IMIng n good business. Will Invoice about ifuO. Iteasou III health. OKO. 1). H01'l'KK,Htatiford,:Ky. FARMFORSALEI The farm of lWaeres. of Rood blue Brass landt Ijlntf one mile North of McKlnney ,on the Htanford pike. Improvements nnd fencing .good; plenty of water anil frnlt. ncres of timbered land one utile Also Knst of McKlnney j Imlf under fence; plenty of witter and good tobacco Mud. Hoe J. A.GIVKNH.AfSent, McKlnney, Ky. 1 urow-ngcro- SURVEYING AND CIVIL NEERING. ENGI- MASON'S MEET. giian-ford- Fall and Winter Stock. JInvo your measure- taken by n perience, men jourcioiues, wnewiern low prlce business suit or the lineal evening clothes.'wlll have that indlrlduallty and nt which plainly Indicate tliey were mode to For Sale. Threo Tamworth boars your measure, I will alio take your measure for extra trousers, fancy vosts, top by the champion Dixon and out of an coats' and orercoati. Fall and winter amplei ou hand ready for your Inspection. imported sow. Will weigh 150 pound. II. O. HUl'LK Y. The Tailor, phone Sam K. Duddcrnr, Stanford, Stanford, Ky. 123x. In E. C. Gaines' corn show at LanCUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! caster, J. M. Saunders got first money I can furnliti the public with the best, as well as the freshest of cut flowers, plants of and Victor Lear scond. In the tobacall kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short co contest Ben Kelley won first with notice. Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes. Henry Yates second. In connection with the nbovo, I have all At the sale of H. P. Hawkins last kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prices. week 23 cattle were disposed of at an OHIUBTMAN'cmKKN HOUSES. KD llUIIIIAHn, l'BOK. average of $S0. On account of the inHtanford, Ky, clement weather a smalf crowd was tailor of ex Lincoln Lodge No. l K. A A. M. will meet telephone through the llustouvllle In stated communication an each first nnd oer the Kxchaugo, third Monday nights of each month, nt I'M WAUrKUMtKlNNRY. , o'ciock lit ineir nan on main sireeri, Ky, Members of sister lodges are fra present. T. W. 1'eu ternally Invited to be nlngton, Boo. I a m prepared todonll kinds of surveying sml cl II engineering promptly. My work will Im guaranteed nnd my prices nre reasonable. Write meat MoKlnner or call me Iw NOTICE! J I miTGHCSS 0s B. D. CARTER, Now Llvorv. Dopot Stroot, Phono 90, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. on Tuesday, ;iie;iu nay oi iiecemiier, imv, Witfor n lnrole from uild l'enllentlnry, ness my hand this NobemN'r W, luv. TOM HAItltlH. You are hereby notified that Tom Harris, wno is nowconnniHi in me mine eiiiieiiii-ar- y for shooting one KlaWus (ireer. will make application to the Htate Hoard of Prt.on ('omtnlsstmiersS.it Krankfnrt, Ky Easy in Any Position. Full lino Dutchess Trousers in latest Fabrics, Worsteds, Cashmere nnd Cortluroyg, All guaranteed with plenty of stylo nnd map, 82 to 87.00. Call and inspect our lino Iteforo you buy. Lervtllng for Orchard, I .awn I desire to sell privately my residence In den. Catalogue ou Application. Oral) Orchard. House of eight rooms 'and an acre ot land. Abundant outbuildings and all In good repair. located In local opIlft.W. M. Home For Sale! Fruit And Ornamental Trees nni , ! Gar. No Agents. tion town where n good graded school runs H. F. HILLENMEYER & nine months. Abundant water of the bust variety. One third cash nnd balance In one nnd two years at per cent. Orab Orchard. Ky. DOOIIKH. SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. SONS, Lexington, Ky. prices were Insures Tobacco and Tobacco present, but dehorned cow,satisfactory. oight years A pale red FARM FOR SALE ORIENT. larns. Nothing But Insurance Jesse , D. The Insurance Man, Wearen, STANFORD. KY. Itesldence Phone St); Office, M. Insure with mo and bo fully protected. CONCRETING We are In position to do nil kinds of concreting, such as lllock Work, 1'nvements and. In fact, we can make any thing fromr house down to u fence post. We can serve you promptly and guarantee work and material. Call and get our prices before you buy your material at least. first-cla- old, under bit in right ear, white spot on left flank, white tail with a portion of the bush off, gives two gallons of milk n day, left my place Nov. 20. Reward. William James, Rowland. Bargain. 354 acres of good land, of which 100 acres is bottom land, eight-rooduelling, two good stock barns, new tobacco barn, 36x96, ice house, buggy house, two corn cribs, etc., two good cisterns, the whole farm being well watered, well fenced and lays well. Will sell as a whole or cut 200 acres with improvements, to suit purchaser, which includi-- 100 acres as fine bottom land as there is in tho county This is a bargain. See L. R. Hughes, Stanford, Ky. m Contains Iv) acres, best tobacco land In the county. IS miles from McKlnney. Will sell or rent. Has tw o dwellings, one of four rooms anil the other of two rooms. Two orchards of nenrlynu trevs. Tobacco barn DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. mat win Hold iu acres or lubucco cheapest . farm In Kentuaky nt price. C.Jl. llllAWNKIl, MoKlnney, Ky. Lnrge, airy outside rooms, Commercial trnelersn specialty. Hpeclal rules by week or month. Th proprietor a former Lincoln county man nnd his friends should re& member him when stopping In his town. CLEMENS HOTEL J. L. Elki.v, l'ror., We are receiving our Rochester Ware Fancy Queensware, &cv now. Will be open next week. Come and see our stock. TRIBBLE PENCE, Harry Jacobs, Denier In and Manufacturer of, Furniture and Undertaking. Dayl'hono 28. Night Phono 133. Marblo and Granito- Monu- ments, Stanford, KontucKy. PHILLIPS BROS., Stan ford, Ky. MATRIMONIAL. Clarke, 2J, and Miss Myrtle Adam?, 19, were married at the clerk's office yesterday by Judge J. S. Owsley M. L. Markers nlld XV.I,, 0l)lrtvr Hhd frftWII Vases and Settees. Olllce and works, Ky. REWARD. INSURANCE. All Kinds re, Insures Tobacco, Tobacco Barns, Hemp, of R. B. MAHONY Property, Everything, Everywhere. Light l ornado, ning, Life, Live Stock, Health and Accident, Plate Kills Her Foe of 20 Years. Glass, Suretyon Bonds "The most merdlless enemy I had ' declares Immediate attention for 20 years, IJaynesrille, Mrs, James Me., Duncan, ot given to losses which Dyspepsia. I stUTeied intensely "was alter are paid without dis- eating or drinking and could scarcely sleep. After many remedies had fail count. ed and several doctors gave me up. I 'Farm There are many who believe that a Kentucky. newspaper should publish minor per Stanford, sonal matters and difficulties in which This the public is nbt interested. would bring a paper in bad repute, and should do so, because tho publi cation would not benefit tho commu utiove utfeuses. nity and good people related to offendwitness my hand this loth day or August, Uu. T.J.IIll.Uhll. be ers, and in no way guilty, would Morcland, Kentucky, classed with the guilty, and improperly so. It is only the province of a paper to take up cases notoriously against New Fall Line Millinery now in. public interest and such as aru tried out TobacAlso Isew Furniture coming in alin tho courts. Lancaster Record. most daily. ltnlng suffered considerable anno) mice nnd damage from outlaws. In breakliiK Kale latches nnd tearing down and destroying my gates, on the county road that runs through my farm, I lime concluded to offer a reward for Information lending to the Veterinary Surgeon A Dentist, conlctlon of such person or wrson, I will therefore glie the sum of $' for Information loading to the arrest and com Ictlon of nn party or parties, that Imwt broken the latches on any of my gates,or that have sawed down or torn down any of my gates Phone No.l(. Halls answered promptly.day on the county road which runs from the llu.tomllle turnpike to the MllledgetlUe or night. Locnted at 11. D. Carter's I.ltery turnpike, through my farm: and I will aire 11a rn. the sumo amount for Information leading to the arrest and conviction of an) party or parties who In the future commit any of the W. H. Dr. Willis Morgan, HI COINS, Stanford, Kentucky. 4 Che Ciiicoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. I si G. B. PR U ITT. NOTICE! G. 11. Fiiuitt, Morcland, Ky. FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE ! surance Agency. Get I Insure your Capital, co and Tobacco Barns Surplus, in the West End In Resources, S: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT W.'.M $5O,O0O.00 40,000.00 340,000.00 BRIGHT, CASHIER, W. ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER. CLERK. J- JfL,Beazley&Co., A fine blue grass farm for sale situated on new plku near l'olnt Inrell and six miles of !iincnster, which cured me southlocated 111 good containing 3M acres, tried Electric Bitters, neighborhood, belli;; well completely. Now I can eat anything. part of the John walker tract, with a hand- soen-roou- i residence omeiew, I am 70 years old and am overjoyed to thereon, with all uecessnryouibulldlngsaud Well watered, six my health and strength back Ktod, new barn 40x01, and creek running (ret never fulling springs asraln." For Indigestion, Loss of Ap- through. Ji cash In hand. balance one and Tkhms. petite, Kidney Trouble, Lame Back, two years from day ot sale, bearing six per cent Interest until paid. r"emulo Complaints, It's unequaled. Persons looking for such place pleuso w rite w, O. W'alkeu, Htanford, or see Only COo at Penny's Drug Store, two-stor- y your policies written right in a gooo" company by J. B. PAXTON, DIRECTORS! W.J. CAMPBELL, Hustonville, Ky. J. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. IJ. John R M PS?aLMSlsrCsThMfaT'-M'1J.'- S W I UndeitiKera and Embalm-era- . Also Dealers in They will exchange Furniture for all Kindt of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. 8T4NFOKD. - KENTUCKY. That Capt. Joseph P. Shipp, a former sheriff of Chattanooga, and his com panions, who are serving jail sentences inflicted by the Supreme Court of the fJilted States for contempt of that high t'lfiunal, have a legion of friends in their Tennessee homo was attested Thanksgiving day. These friends saw to it that the former Sheriff and his fel-l- o were provided with a turkey dinner of lavish proportions. It is tho weak nerves that ate crying out for help. Then help them, don't drug the stomach or stimulate tho Heart or Kidneys. That is wrong. Vitalize these weaie Inside nerves with Dr. Shoop's Rrstorative and seo how fast good health will come to you again Test it and see, Sold by Penny's Drug Store News that Col, John Jacob Astor'a yacht, the Nourmahal, has been at San Juan, Porto Kico, for several daya and hat all on board are well, was received b the Government wirelesa station at Key West from the wirelesa operator at San Juan. Weak Women To weak and alllnf women, there Is at least ons way to help. Dut with that war, two treatments, must be combined. Oae Is local, one U constitutional, bat both are Important, both ssoutlal. Dr. Shoop's Night Cure U the Local. Ir Shoop's KestontlTS, the Constitutional. Th former Dr. bhoop's Night Cure Isa topical EHicoui membrane suppository remedy, whlls Dr. bboop'i irWtoratiTt U wholly on Internal treatment. The UestortUr reaches throughout the entire srtum. seeking the repair of ail nana, all tissue, and all blood ailments. The "Nlgbt Cure", as Its nam. ImpflM. dons Its work while you sleep. It soothes sore and Inflamed mucous surfaces, heals local weaknesses and discharges, wall the ItettoraUre, eases nerroui eiclucent, glrei renewed rigor and ambition, builds op wasted tissues, bringing about renewed strength, rigor, and energy. Take Dr. Bhoop's KestoraUTe Tablets or Liquid- -. Fa general toolo to tb sritaa. For posltlre local help, us as well II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T, C. Iluu- kin, Lancaster; J. II. I'axton, Stauford; V. If. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; K. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. If. Cummins, l'reaclicrnvillc; Lilbtiru Gooch, Gilberts Creek. Dinwiddie & up-to-date Friday, Dec. 3rd, 2 to 8 o'clock P. M. Wo will show you the nicest lino .of Xmas goods from all tho foreign pattcries ever shown here. Dinner Ware, Novelties; Hric-- Urao and Com n Co., Hustonville, Ky. Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an line Jilt. J. C. McCIary, jj,ILJ Undertaker. Cmbalmor'and Dealer In'Harness, Saddler) , STANFORD, Offiw fboue, IffT, Dr. iShoop's PENNY'S DRUG of goods. Night Cure STORE. KY. Home fhone 6, "What seems to be the matter?" "I'm troubled with Insomnia." "Can't sleep nights, ch7" "I can't even sleep mornings, doc." heudfiuurters, Nashville, Teun., for information regarding our special "Farmers' Lino" rate. If 3ou aro not at urcseiit eulovluir telephono service, we can immediately interest you, Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, lciiueasee, .Mississippi, Louisiana ami tho Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. UMOOUruUATKU) home us modem fur your family as a city Como and seo us and you will agree with us.' residencp, and pluco yourself in u iiosition to get the latest market quotations at any time. This can bo iieconiIUhed by means of our telephone service, which you nnd your neighbors can get for a sum that h small compared with tho benefits received. Cull or address our nearest olllce or write direct to RURAL TELEPHONES. FARMKIl: Makeyour munity Silverware, Carving Sets and other things ' t,oo uumeroiuto meutton. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. f I