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I THE INTERIOR JOURNALr r I J fOL XXXVII r STANFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 3 1809 ItO 8t i NEIGHBORING COUNTIES IIN Somerset the entire stock of the Dry Goods Company was des by fire The fire started In the rear of the building about 1 oclock and was under headway when discovered William Bybee tho merchant and family were living In the rooms Just over the store Tho key to the front door had been left In tho rear of thoL store where the flames were tho thick eat Bybeo escaped by jumping from l the window of the second floor The loss was 15000 with 9000 Insurance The cause of the fire is unknown Tho following dispatch is sent from Frankfort Following an investigation E into tho affairs of the county officials of Garrard county M II Thatcher State Inspector and Examiner makes sen rational charges In a report which he filed with Gov Willson Ho has placed his report in the hands of the proper civil authorities and will attempt to prosecute certain officials In the crimi nal courts Important records in the clerks office In Garrard were burned and Mr Thatcher says that he roust conclude that these books and records were destroyed or abstracted with some criminal or unlawful Intent in view Mr Thatcher charges that A D Ford County Judge of Garrard not only drew money from the State as com mittee for two idiots In direct violation of the law which forbids m county Judge from acting as a com mittee for an Idiot but also drew money for an Idiot after the death of tho ward of the State The money alleged to have been Illegally drawn was paid back to the State by Judge Ford Alleged discrepancies in the Circuit Clerks office were found to be I 1248 in the County Clerks office 7CO in the Police Judge of Lancasters S N office 2 County Judges office J28240 showing a total of 133448 which has been collected by State Inspector Thatcher and turned Into the State t treasury MIDDLEBURG Thor are five breach of tho peace cases to be tried In tho magistrates court at Yosemite Friday That will I boa big day for our neighbors as a- ma Istntoa court usually draws a good crowd Clarence Coleman and wife who have been viiiting relatives here for several days returned to Louisville Monday Clarence In his position and on account of his late experience Is somewhat muzzled but is tho same red hot dom ocrat as of yore and the administra ilion at Washington hasnt enough mon ey to buy him Rev J L Owens preached his fare well sermon at tho Baptist church here Sunday night and left Thursday for his 1 faraway home at Waskom Texas where he has calls to throe churchesy Bro Owens is a good preacher and leas endeared himself to his people hero Ha was an able defender of tho Bap list church and tho denomination In the State will suffer great loss in his do parlureDr Wesley attended the Far men Institute hero Monday Mrs t LaUra Lee and daughter Miss Bcisic spent Thanksgiving With Mrs Leos parents at Klngsvlllo MG Murphy of Klngsvllle was hero Sunday Rob crt Allen and wife of Boyle were hero this week W T Miller was In Stanford on business E J Godbey wasI here from Hustonvllle W IL McClure carne over from Mt Olivo to attend tho Farmers Institute Judge Saufley for Governor I News conic fresh from Stanford down In Lincoln county that Judge M C Saaflev Just reelected to tho 13th circuit court bench has about decided s to yield to tho solicitation of his friends r and outer tho rata for the democratic nomination for governor Judge Sauf f Icy has authorized no announcement to be made but his friends say ho will not be disinclined to heed the call which Is coming to him not only from his own t district but from other portions of the State whore his great ability is known Friends of Judge Saufley say that when the democracy is looking for the logical candidate to nominate it can not find a i man In the State who will better fulfill 4thequalifications needed for a leader in next fight Judge Saufley is con ceded to be one of the strongest if not the finest orators In the party in Ken tucky today His friends say that the fact that ho has never allied himself with any faction but has consistently supported the party nominees and work ed for its welfare continuously will countmuch in his favor His long ser vice upon the bench and his prominence as a member of that gallant Confeder Morgaphave es of the party Judge Saufley friends I say that when he toes get in the race he will make thmgsihum speaking in t every district Frankfort News I- tJ i NEWS NOTES The court of appeals affirmed the de cision of the Estill circuit court in tho CASe of Beech Hargls for tho killing of his father James Hargis At new Liberty J II Morton color ed while returning home was shot down In the road by an unidentified person Morton cut tho throat of John Parrish I of Owenton Both are dead Tom Gallagher 13 years old captured after a wagon load of policemen had surrounded the Lafayette Dank in St Louis confessed that he with another boy had planned to rob the bank Lee S Baldwin and Rufus Lisle who last week wore appointed recovers for the Burley Tobacco Societys pools of 1906 and 1907 took charge at Lexing ton of the unexpended fund of 301000 remaining In tho pools Phil Allen Jr former vice president of the First National Bank of Minors Point Wis pleaded guilty in the Uni ted States Court to four counts in the indictment against him and was lien tenced to 10 years in prison Without explanation or warning Charles Strohl an employe of a bakery at Buffalo N Y walked Into the reading room of the Buffalo public library pulled a revolver and shot and instantly killed Franz Stcndts Dr Brcckmann and Hugo Francke the two most daring members of the Aero Club of Berlin have been killed through the collapse of their balloon Kolmar Their bodies were found near Flume AustriaHungary The etock market became disturbed again over tho subject of anti trust agitation Teo manner In which Amer ican sugar was liquidated without any sign of support down to 1161 a break of eight points was tee upsetting fac tor Spirited bidding and higher prices than were paid on Tuesday were features of tho second day of tho annual Fall sale of hones at Lexington A total of 155 horses sold brought an average of almost 268 a head or an aggregate of 41510 It was announced at Lexington thatI tho executive committee of tho Amen can Tobacco Co will meet next Wed nesday to consider a proposition made by the Burley tobacco organization for the sale of 120000000 pounds of tobac co of tho 1909 pooled crop to tho comI pany An indictment was returned by the Hamilton county 0 grand jury at Cincinnati against Mrs Jeannette Steward Ford whose name has been mentioned in connection with tho shortage of 613000 in tho accounts of Charles L Warriner former treasurer of tho Big Four railroad Robert Hendrick aged 20 years died at his home near Klrksville Kendrick It will bo remembered attempted sui cide by stabbing following the deed of his friend Oscar Osborne who after shooting his wife turned the weapon upon himself and died a few days later as the result of his wounds Mrs Os borne who is the only survivor of the wounded trio continues to Improve and it is believed she will recover It is estimated that there will havo been collected from the special corpo ration excise tax by July 1 1910 15000000 and that an additional 10000000 collectible for tho calendar year from January 1 1909 to Decem ber 31 1909 will be collected subsequent to July 1 1910 making tho esti mate for the total amount of the collection for the fiscal year 1910 25000 000 according to the report of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue Young Girls Are Victims of headache as well na older women but all get quick relief and prompt euro from Dr Kings New Life Pills the world s best remedy for sick and nervous headaches They make pure blood and strong nerves and build- Up your health Try them 25o at Peanye Drug Store See here old manEverytime my wife orders a gown your wifp orders two gowns yesWhereupon my wife goes your wife one better Well r Cant wo arbitrate this matter Health ColTee In the cleverest imitation of real coffee over yet made Dr Shoop created It from pure parch ed grains malt nuts etc Fine In flavor Is made in just one minute No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Sample free Pennys Drug Store I dont know that I really love him Therefore I shant marry him Too risky ehT Yes I dont know that ho could pay the alimony to which I have been accustomed Pains of women Head pains or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See lull formula on 25c box Sold byI Pennys Drug Store I HUSTONVILLE A M Frye sold his farm to James Cash for 7000 Charles Wheeler S D Yowell Dr J C Barker and Rue Spragens went to Lexington last week In Mr Wheel ors automobile Montgomery Earls have opened their stock of goods at Richards crossroads and say they are delighted with givenIThere is a splendid opening here for a man who understands clothes clean ing pressing and dying etc also a jeweler could get all the work he want ed here Call on Adams Bros Mrs Jas Coyle aged 27 died at her home near Terry Newells mill of ty phoid fever She leaves a husband and four small children who have the sym pathy of all in the loss of a devoted wife and mother Miss Lucinda Lutes was the guest of Miss Emma Warren Miss Curtis of Lexington is a visitor at the home of A W Carpenter Mrs Samuel Helm Sited 84 fell last week and suffered a painful Injury to her left hip which she fractured several years ago W C Floyd sold to Wm Burton of Lancaster two carloads of aged mules for 5720 James Yowell sold to Adam Carpenter 20 good cattle at 4c J P Riffo also sold to Mr Carpenter 20 good ones at same price J K Baughman sold to Wm Burton three mules at 180Mr James M lIocker and wife of Lexington were guests of Mr and Mrs John Dinwiddle and other friends here Although 88 years old his mind is bright and clear and he recalls many Incidents connected with his years of business here which he began In 1843 lie organized Christian College in 1858 and is the only one of the original 15 trustees living He insured the first building himself and when It burned he donated all tho insurance toward the splendid building now the property of our graded school The aged couple have four living children 14 grandchildren and 21 great grandchildren many of whom attended the recent eel ebratlon of the G5th anniversary of their marriage at Lexington Mr H is small in statue weighing about 100 pounds but his heart is in the right place and to the Masters cause and the poor he contributes liberally PREACHERSVILLE Born to the wife of Joshua Jones twins J M Lunsford sold some corn to W H Cummins at 2 50 Alice May the little daughter of Logan Thompson continues quite ill of double pneumonia J F Shaw and wife and D J RIgsby wife and niece Miss Hettic were visitors at the home of J M Lunaford T W Jones and wife of Stanford were guests of Mrs J M Cress John Horton Stanfords hustling restauranter was here this week Your correspondent spent last Thursday with Mr and Mrs J M Lunsford and was most pleasantly en tertained and sumptuously dined on the delicacies of the season Mcnefce Elmore owns a wild hog at large Last spring ho bought a moun tain shoat on the run 30 yards away When ho brought it home no fence on his farm would restrain this roaming porker and Mr Elmore says this hog has been on the run over since Orch ards and cornfields afforded plenty of food but now that corn is gathered the hog has moved headquarters to the dense thicket on tho Hutchinson farm where he leaves a few tracks to let his owners know he lives and careth not Ills hogship is said to be vicious and will be hard to capture Mr E intends to hunt it down with dogs or track It down when the snow falls A Scolded Boys Shrioks horrified his grandmother Mrs Maria Taylor of Nebo Ky who writes thatI when all thought he would die Buck Ions Arnica Salvo wholly cured him Infallible for Burns Scalds Cuts Corns Wounds Bruises Cures Fe verSores Dolls Stein Eruptions Chilblains Chapped Hands Soon routs Piles 25o at Pennys Drug Store The eight men who were imprisoned in the London mine of the Tennessee Copper Company at Ducktown Tenn ai the result of a shaf thouse fire were brought to the surface They are now at their respective homes and none is physically disabled as a result of the trying experience A tickling ordrycough can be quick ly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh oldby Pennys Drug Store i s They say that riches do you cloy The woman with a bale Of coin would probably not enjoy A 29cent sale IZ Mt RMIIIINMMMRMtallalM1PlANAM1MM MMIMM 10 Z- i I IIIII n rrvvvv+ wrewvvvwvvvvvvrrrrv i i I A Letter From Buster I 8 4 I H i I Ii 1 Ii Ifflf i IIXnR ODSBURG KY NOV 15 1009 1 42THE BROWN SHOE CO St Louis Mo I II GE1InLEIENI t 4- ii The children of Stanford will never forget Saturday Nov f I13th It will be a red letter day in their memories I am sure When 2 in the morning we were met by a delegation of children and iWe could hardly get through the crowd We went to the Imothers CUMMINS WEAREN followed by the delighted children f long before Buster was riding a bicycle loaned him by s up and down the street the little fellows running their legsIoff to keep up with him They could not do enough to show their pleas ure at having Buster and Tige with them for the dayc packi Z ter the reception the store was crowded with little customers for liD BROWN Shoes and when we left they were still selling Shoes to the little folks USix ITEn CUMMINS WEAKEN are very nice gentlemen a flue store They received us very pleasantly and were with the advertisement 2 they have good results from our efforts I am very trulyI4 B L S BROWN ix iYOU CAN FIND WHAT YOU WANT IN OUR LARGE ASSORTMENT ia 4OFCHILDRENS SHOESi4 Cummins Wearen r r2 v 1 STANFORD KENTUCKY y 4 ApPMMlr lM IIPMVr + I1 11ff iadyetIt 4Arvvvvvrvwvvvrv4idNd rt Q10rharyePA IIIIIIlfHIGHLAND Jim Hollar who was laid up with n sore throat for some time is able tcTbe out again and at work with his tobacco Moving time has begun C B Me Guffoy has moved to his new home his mothers old place Shelf Reed will move to the place vacated by McGuffey and John Young will move to the house vacated by Reed Hog killing has begun farmers are busy gathering corn Adams Hyatt are sawing lumber at their mill near A B Youngs on Green River Mr Ak C Brown of near Harrods urg has been here for some time buying tobacco at prices ranging from 7c to UeMr A G Faulkner had the misfortune to lose his barn by fire Sunday night burn ing about 50 barrels of corn just gath ered and about 40 bushels wheat Origin of the fire unknown- C R Carrier of near Pulaski was hero last week en route to Pittsburg to see his brother John who Is not expected to live Rev S M Carrier and wife of College Hill are here visiting his mother and family Mrs Freda Gover of Tumerevllle and Mrs nah Pierson of Batcsyllle Ind wit their babies wero visiting their parents Mr and Mrs John Meier Sunday Mrs Pierson will spend several days here Andy Gisler and family after spend ing a year in Oklahoma have returned to their old home Mrs Margaret Young is visiting Iher daughter Mrs Goodpaster near Lexington Mrs Speake of near Lancaster spent Sun day with her son 0 G Speako II F Horton and Wash Cook went to Science Hill Thursday Mr and Mrs John Butte and sons Kenneth and Elbert were the guests of Mr and Mrs C M Young Forced + Irat Exile Wm Upchurch of Glen Oak Okla was an exile from home Mountain air he thought would cure a fright lungracking cough that had defied a remedies for two years After six months he returned death dogging his steps Then I began touseDr Kings New Discovery ho writes and after taking six bottles I am as well ever It saves thousands from desperate lung diseases Infal lIblo for Coughs and Colds it dispel- Hoarsenes and Sore Throat Cures Grip Bronchitis Hemorrhages Asthma Croup Whooping Cough 60c and 81 trial bottle freo guaranteed by Pennys DrugStore Is your fiance athletic OIOh very Ho was the backbone of the football team this year What position did he play Oh he wasnt on the eleven He was cheermaster dont you know I The little Candy Cold Cure Tablets called Preventlcs will In a few hour- safely check all Colds or LaGrlppe Try them 4825c Sold byennys Drug Store 0 i H B NORTHCOTT Will Pay the Highest Market Price for Turkeys See him before selling Call + 1 y 153 Stanford Ky t H B NORTHCOTT Stanford FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 1882iCAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety hvOFFICERS I J S Hocker President S T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier II C Baughman Asst Cashr W W Saunders Bookkeeper DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman M D Elmore J M Pettus i H C Baugbman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson W B OBannon J S Hocker C E Tate Oklahoma Land SaleOne million six hundred thousand acres of Valuable farm and grazing land belonging to the State of OklahomaIwill be divided into farms of one hundred and each and sold to the highest bidder on easy terns AUCTION BEGINS DECEMBER 16 1909 and continues i for 21 days The agricultural land has been appraised itatprices ranging from 800 to 3400 per acre The appraised value of the grazing lotto is about j 250 per ac- reReduced Railroad FaresaYVjaTHE HENDERSON ROUTE to all points in klabojn t on sale the first and third Tuesdays in each emonth and bear final return limit of twentyfive days of sale Diverse routesare pennitted on thesertickets that is the going trip may be made thru one section or portion of the State and the return trip thru another F- orIRull InformationRegarding he price and the diverse route arrangement of the railroad tickets also the termssof pay merit and full description of the farm lands Write- R F PENN T P Aor Jj P GARDNER G P A SThe Henderson RouteN s r tz L ht J t t4 W if1 S4 i a 1 toI UISVIIIrs1P i 000 000 40 j rlI The Interior Journal Eo Co WALTON THE most conservative newspapers throughout the State are coming out for Judge M C Saufley of Stanford for governor If he can be induced to run he would be a certain winner and would reflect enduring credit upon the grand old Commonwealth In Judge Saufley as the democratic candidate for governor Judge ORear Or any other republican tbat could be named would find a foeman worthy of his steel To his qualities of a gallant soldier an able jurist a distinguished and success ful lawyer may be truthfully added that of an orator who can stir his audiences to unbounded enthusiasm by his eloquence and convince the thought ful by his logic If an old time democratic majority could ever again be rolled up in Kentucky Judge Saufle would be the proper man to select to lead the boys in the trenches to cer tain and overwhelming victory Advo cate As yet the Judge has given no public intimation of his attitude in connection with the gubernatorial fight but the frank and open character of the gentleman causes all who know him to rest assured that a positive answer willcome when the time is ripe and if that answer should be yes he will wage a campaign which only those who have been pitted against him know how hard it is to overcome JUDGING itseditorial ex pressions the INTERIOR JOURNAL fears that Congressman Helm would be in imminent danger of defeat in the event that opposition develops There is no paper whose opinions are morely highly respected by the Advocate than those of the INTERIOR JOURNAL and in this particular matter the splendid foresight of the Stanford editor adds ma terially to his laurels as a prognostica torAdvocate Oh no Mr Advocate wo aro not in the least disturbed over the fact that Congressman Harvey Helm is to have opposition for another term in Congress If you per sist in wanting to run your Candidate Hon W J Price who by the way is a most excellent gentleman and lawyer trot him out and we shall see who is a real prognosticator as you term us A man doesnt hardly become acquaint ed in Congress with its real workings in two terms in order to serve his con stituency as he would like to do but give him a third term and he will be better able tocervo the people of his district No higher compliment can be paid to a people than to say of them they are GRATEFUL for the favors they have received and now lets show our appreciation bysending a faithful pub lic servant back to Congress TOE United States gold mines pro duced 94560000 worth of the precious metal this year an increase of a million and a quarter over last year Col orado leads with California and Alaska second and third and eachcontribute around 20000000 It is not generally known but 21 States and territories not including Porto Rico and the Phil ippines produce gold The total of silver produced during the year was 52440800 fine ounces a net decrease of 4073900 ounces As the production of silver is only valued at 26050600 it may become the more valuable met al if such a decrease continues IN Kansas City the other day a gambler died leaving a will providing that his estate bo devoted to repaying the losses of his victims Was he act uated by the hope of squaring things with the Almighty or did ho really feel that in winning from those with whom he played he really stole what he won 7 A man whs plays on the top of a table t and a square game ought not to have such gnawing of conscience unless he won his money from those who didnt know the game- WELLMAN rIought to go slow in de nouncing Cook as a fakir A man who failed so utterly to reach the pole by balloon that is to say he got only within a few thousand miles of it ought to have sense enough to go away back and sit down What does he know about poles anyway His 1entirestock in trade is gab and he is still working it for all it is worthc TUB L N officials deny that that road has bought the Lexington East ern though a great deal worst thing might happen to the latter road President Smith is ever on the alert for more worlds to conquer that is to say more railroads to absorb and we take this statement cum grano sails 1fit hasnt bought it it will- POLITICAL j Gov Willeon appointed Hon CC Bagby of Danville special judge of- I A the Bourbon circuit court r Lawson Reno a banker has been ap epointed collector to succeed E T Franke of the Owensboro district upon the recommendation of Senator Brad i leyg Wilteon appointed Hon W W I Stephenson of Harrodaburg special fJudge of the Pulaski Circuit Court to t at the trial of a case where the i regular judge was disqualified Representative Sberley of Ken tacky declared purpose of urging 1 t upon Congress the necessity for building fortifications on both ends of the Isthmian canal while other work la pro gresafngMayor C E Woods of Richmond is trying to have City Attorney T H Collins removed from office because that gentleman spends his summers at his country home and moves to town In the winter President Taft has begun dictating his annual message to Congress and will be busily engaged at that task for the next few days He expects to com plete the work and have it in the hands of the printer by the last of the week All indications point to a majority of between 18000 and 20000 in Alabama against the prohibition constitutional amendment Chairman J Ilea Long who has been in charge of the fight against the amendment claims that the majority will be fully 25000 The friends of Congressman Joe Rhinock have announced that he will not be candidate for reelection Arthur B Rouse of Boone county has announced himself as a candidate and he will have the backing of Mr Rbin ock and Judge Lasslng A message from Washington states that Gov J C S Blackburn has tendered to President Taft his resignation as a member of the Canal Commission and governor of the Canal Zone and the president has accepted the same to take effect Dec 4 which is the end of Gov Blackburns leave of absence- A conference on the amendment to be proposed by President Taft to the in teralate commerce act was held at the White House Attorney General Wick ersham Senator Cummins of Iowa who will introduce a bill of his own next week and Senator Elkins chairman of the Senate Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce took up the subject with the president Recent conferences at the White House have pretty definitely developed two facts in connection With the legis lative program ct the administration at the coming session of Congress The first of these is that there is no proba bility of the Monetary Commissions report being considered at this session The second is that legislation looking toward the estabsment of a system of postal savings banks will have to walt until the Monetary Commission report is made and a new currency law enact ed MATRIMONIAL Mr George M Pendegraft and Miss Barbara Ella Ash of the Parksvllle community were united in marriage at the court house Monday afternoon in DanvilleAt Mrs Mabel Ray and Mr Newton Grow were married at the residence of the bride at Judson the Rev 0 P Bush the Baptist minister officiatingH a substantial farmer of the Cedar Creek section and Mrs Sallie Hughes a pretty widow of Crab Orchard were united in matrimony by Eld J G Livingston at his home Tues day night Beside the body of her father James Howard formerly Secretary of Wash ington Park Club and one of the best known horsemen of the country Miss Juanita C Howard was married at Chicago to Irving Herrlott Mr and Mrs Talbot Logan Crow of Danyillo announce the marriage of their daughter Anna Louise to James Powell Harper Wednesday Dec 1 1909 Lexington Ky Miss Crow form erly lived in the West End of this county and is a must charming young lady while the groom is a former West Ender also he is now a prosperous stock dealer in Salisbury N C Mr Fred Neighbors of Louisville and Miss Ida Lee Bourne of Lancaster drove over from the brides home and were married by Elder F M Tinder at the home of the brides sister Mrs W K Warner of this place Tuesday night Mr Neighbors is a valued employe of the L N and is a splendid young man while the bride is both a pretty and charming young lady They left Wednesday for Louisville where they will make their home in the Future DashBids for the cha fight between James Jeffries and Jack Johnson were opened in Hoboken NJ and bacause of the numerous and large of fern made it was decided to postpone the selection of the battleground for a few days The offers were the largest ever made for a prizering encounter A deter woman calls Miona the sunshine proscription because It changed her from a miserable nervous dyspeptic into a bright healthy happy weman in a few weeks Stops stomach distress io 5 minutes Penny guarantees them Large box 60o 6 Nat Goodwins fourth motherinlaw has become a French citizen Her declared reason was that she would now bl enabled to bring her Parisian gowns Into her old country without paying duty Clearly the family contains at least one thrifty member Louisville TimesHill 6 catarrh gertasby bee atatni ily omol Penny guarantees it to cureca tarrh sore throat coughs and colds Complete outfit with inhaler II Very pleasant to use FOR SALEllStock Dry Goods NotlonlGro Hardware Tinware Do ing fair business Liberal terms OHHAlUUBCrftb Orchard Ky FOR SALE I Having decided to locate elsewhere I will- sell privately my farm nt Hlghltnd of 40 ncres more or teen Improvements good store bouse on place good barnt ard wvll watered J1I BBIOIIT Waynoiburc Ky FARM FOR RENT I farm of 130 acrei 70 of which II cleared- laud Is for rent privately 25 acres are owed In grass remainder for cultivation corn and tobacco on ibares In Graded School district Has dwelling of six room two tone chimneys two lire places stock barn and tobacco burn and other outbuild ing W M MtmriiY King Mountain Ky r t a I3uy tl FURSKidos fend Wool FestbenTailowBeuwaa ctm111I Golden SeoM Ycllaw Roo McyApple WIM Giager eta Ws tit deklen wsbtd u lashOar iscrux yla LOienleendessdobcttertctyos din stcaU or cccmuiyco nerchuU RJtmtr nr Bsak ift Leninite Writ fwtri y trice lill UK ttirtiai Un M Sabbl b Sons- 73fJWrhtSt LOUISyt- ttglfyCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to n Judgment of the Ltn coin circuit court rendered at the Novem bert rmlVKw in tbe action of W II Hlg gin Uuardlan to against In Habra M Price tothe unuenlgned commissioner win on MONDAY DKO 18 11KW in front of the new court house In Btan ford Ky at about 1 oclock P M offer tor sale at public outcry to tho highest and bet bidder on n credit of six months a house and lot near the In Crab Orchard Iln coin county Ky hounded thus Beginning at a stone in the edge of the pike near where stock scales In Junction of road late with line of said road W Itoodltbenee Mr Alice Newland lot thence with her line N to lot of Joe Pleas eels thence said line to Ikethence H with line of said pike to beginning containing something over an acre The object of the sale It for a division of the proceeds Tbe purchaser will be required to execute loud for sale price centinterest from commissioner diite of sole bearing palIr having tbe forte and effect of a Judgment and secured by Ilea on the property J B PAXTON MO U 0 0- P M McRobtrts Ally for plain- tiffCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to Judgment of tbe Lincoln circuit court rendered ut the November term 1UM In tbe action of L U HtiKhen Guardian Ac ngnlnit K May JonetdOMthi undersigned commltslonor will on MONDAY DKO1S 1CW at about 1111 In front of the courthouse door In Htanford Ky offer for sale at pub Ho outcry to the highest and best bidder tin undivided H Interest of J T Joneacblldren- In tbo tract of land near MlIJedge1II01III Lincoln county by the Danville Itustonvllle turnpike 01 the county road the lands of Robert Durham nod Hannah Ilrnnen on the West by the lands of Thos hest I H Hughes on tbe Mouth by the land of Mrs ar Johnson and H H Newell the whole tract containing 70 acre The object of tbe sale Is for reinvestment TKRMH The tale will be made on a credit of six months bond with good security for the purchase price will be required of the purchaser payable to the commissioner per cent Interest from date of sale until paid having the force and effect of a Judgment and secured by lien on the Inter eat sold j B PAXTON MOLCC K8 Alcorn Atty for Ilalnt- ffCOMMISSIONERS SALE Lincoln Circuit Court Pursuant to a Judgment of the Lincoln circuit court rendered nt the November term Jln the action of XI Us Annie K Dunn Ac against Mrs VIII Dunn Helps totbe undersigned commissioner will on MONDAY DEO 13 1909 In front of the court house door In Stan dKhoffer for solo at public auction to tJ best bidder tbe hone and lot on iMnvlllalitreetin Stanford Lincoln county Ky thus described 1 Jleginnlug at a stake In the East edge of tbe Danville withthatto the line of M D Klmore thence North ward course with his Una 75 feet II Clnchrs i thence with his line R Wetlllard course z eettoKast edge of Danville pike thence with latedge of same 76 feet tothe begin ring The object of the sale Is to satisfy the debts of Mil Annie K Dunn for 1028 w with a per cent interest front LouWBbrypfotltt83w1 ht1 pmeant merest from March 1W8 credited bTIrolold JanI1I against the estate V M Dunn and the cost of the said action TKKM8 Tbe tale will be made on credits of six and IX months In equal installments bond with good security for tbe purchase price will be required of the purchaser pay able to the commissioner tearingpercent Interest from date of sale until paid bavins the force and effect of a Judgment and secured by lien J B PAXTON MO L C C K B Alcorn Atty for Plain- tiffsPOSTED whose names appear below strictly forbid bunUngl1lhlng or any kind of trespassing on our place and will prosecute vi Inters to the full extent of tbe law Miss Mottle Howes Itetchenbach Bros Fred llaumann A T Tray lor- Lllburn Ooocb NII Plummer Will Hester It Nunnelley JW Baughmnn J J E Bruce David Steven JohnOamenlscb WmOordler M D BlmoreGOttlb01iiCk Fred Handorf J J Thompson n M Anderson J VlIloler Mr and Mrs Jan U Beds A Klbasa fnNJJlorton JJ Elliott Mr Geo Logan W II Daugherty Frank Oordler Rev Father Leo Dr G O Perry lJaughmaoUrlabMrs Margaret Oooch Jacob Gander Qeo O livens W H Traylor Ham Roberts John Jnfer Amend Schaefer M J Hofmann K T Ileazley A It Matbeny OwsleyMJMorganH T Harris KO Watkins J0JlundleJt1IOrowMr Anderson hart Anton Itonecker VonQrnonlganT CarpentertvJohn S Lee D Hevlers Christian Jacob Tom Ferrlll W W Pitman Fred Payk Alex Cooper J Nevln Carter K K Uenham Mrs W O Welch H 11 Anderson W D Oooob 111 Qelszl T A Illce lUmben UnrtlUbrl Cnmenlsch James Smith Tlnsley Bpoonamore P W Carter A li Carter U W Gaines W P J Holtzclaw W M Fields H K Guinea If re Mattie White Mill Mary PeppUl WK Kooton h INOCEIThe Farmers Co of Lawrenceburg has placed Karvka Tonlo on silo at la Man den Urab Orchard and J llortonWtnnford Tlili tonic li to be taken III n halt wlnotoa wine glass full three time a day It li prescribed by the belt physicians In the mate l to cure stomach liver and kidney troubles Will be told on the streets here next county court day Oct 11 by their salesman lit nJOassid- yCOMMISSIONERS SALE Lincoln Circuit Court At directed by a Judgment of tbe LIncoln circuit court rendered ut the November termIIUIln be action of the Slate hank A Trust Co Guardian touKnlnst Dudley E heed Aa the undersigned commissions will on MONDAY DEC IS 1900 at about 1 P M In trout of the courthoiii door In Htanford KyoTttr for sale nt put Ho outcry to tho highest nisi best bidder 011 u credit of six months the tract of land about T miles from Htanford In Lincoln county Ky on Stanford A Vnyneiburg pike bounded thus Beginning nt 8 chest omits near Hutchisons schrnhouiethenc HswWYlwleslalluksH5 4 W Q uanlal- inks to biton on Knit ol pike 8 OWi E u pOllOI to a take H 1515 It II poles H t4 B in poles to locuilln old line with mum N U H K 7 poles li links to where two whIte oak and sugar tree stood U 40 K Id pott a link to white oak II Hutchison corner N d7J B W 1 ole 11 Ilnh to Oplar stump cornerto same and 11111 N 43 a- pctploaronoldcorner at81 polol llnklill all llllticornetonFastW II poles to white oak side of pike with same H 11H K W poles III link to stake in front of bouin H 81 W ss polo 17 link to the beginning contalnln tu ncre and m poles moruorless inve HID except one acre heretofore deeded to School DUtrlct No W The object of sale 1i for a dIvision of the proceed hood with good security for the purchase bearInkill paid the force of a Judgment payable thecomuilulonerNUi secured by lien ou tbe land JIJIAX1ONltOloO O G D Florence Atty for Plaintiff CommissionersSale I Lincoln Circuit Court A 1 directed by a Judgment of the LIncoln circuit court rendered at the November term lulu In tbe case of Eva against Viola hooch te the undersigned commliilonerwlll ou- MONDAY DEC is 1909 county court day at about 1 1Mn In Iron of the court house door In Stanford Ky offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder un a credit of six month countyKyginning In the center of street corner to line 8IW i E nil poles l- Ilnkstohiscorner on Bandldgo thence his line N 14 KT poles H links to corner on tame thence M K7M WlM poles to the renter of tier street thence with center of street H fiX W 1 poles 113 link to the beginning containing acre 2 roods nnd 37 poles byIsaacvllleA liustonvllle turnpike road on the Wrttby WMHandldgeiandon the South by Emma Qwtley containing four acres separatelyThe object of the sale Is to satisfy the In debtednes of George Gooch deceased The purchasers will bo required tooxeeuU bonds with security for the purchase pnynblo to the commissioner bearing 6prrcent Interest from date of sale paid having tbe force and effect of it Judo mem and secured by lien on property told J B PAXTON ML 0 L 00K 8 Alcorn Atty for Plain- tiffCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to n Judgment of the Lin coin circuit court rendered at the November 1100 In tbe action of J il Bryan ndmreto vi wood Tot ten etc the un durslgnvd coumlisloner will on MONDAY DEC 13 11W0 county court day at about 1 p M In front jf the new court house In offer for sate at publlo outcry to the highest- and unit bidder on a credit of six mouths the bouieand lot near Htanford In Lincoln county Ky on the East side of the Dan vllle IIUm ON turnpike hounded on the Vest b said pike on tbe North and East by theland I on the South b tbe land of W II Hill containing 91 polo and known as the old tollllnto prop The object of the sale is to pay the Indebtedness of Mrs Mary H llrynu and dl vale tbo remainder among her heir at law The purchaser will be required to execute bond for tbe purchase to themonthsommlsslonerdue In six bearings per cent Interest from date of sale until having tbe force and effectwent nnd secured by lion on tho property sold The shares of the Infant Loralnn Totten and Vera Totten will remain n lien on the property until they attain the ago of 21 unl guardian n tbe mean lane executes the bond nxmlred II the Civil Code JIi1AXTONMC100- O 11 Haufley Atty for Plaint- iffsCommissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to Judgment of the Lincoln cIrcuit court rendered at the November rm19uv In the action of Fred Xesllngt uardlan Aagnlnit Fred Vunurnenl au- Ac the undersigned commissioner will on MONDAY DKO 18 JIMP nt about 11111 In front of the court house door In Htanford K y offer for sole at pub lie outcry to the highest and best bidder on a credit of six months an undivided lltin- terest In the following lands on the waters of Lick Jlranch of Hanging Fork In Ltn cola county Ky 1 A tract bounded ontho East by the lam of Alfred heirs on the Went by the lands of Mrs Katherine Ador ami David Kennedy on the North by the land of Albert Von rueJlllganl on the South by the county road X A tract of land bounded by the land of JoIn Katherine Ador and others more par Icularly described In the volition which is referred to for adescription The will be required to glva puroboICI por cent interest from date of sale until paid having the force and effect of a Juug went and secured by lien on tbe property old JB PAXTON MO X B Alcorn Atty for Plain- tIffCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court W K Itoutti Admr Plilatiff vs Wm Moreland Defendant AoUce of Ie In obedience to a Judgment rendered In heabovoityled court and action at the No emUer tern 1V06 the undersigned commit loner will nt about 1 p M on MONDAY DEC 13 1009 In front of the court house doorlnSlll ford- Ky offer for vale at pUbllo outcry to tbe highest and best bidder on a of six months the une half of an undivided In emnlnder subject to the JIll M W Moreland n tract of 100 acre of and on tho waters of the Hanging Fork In Lincoln county Ky bounded on h North by the land of A W Our renter oa the East helm lands on the West by brthv1111 land- ThoobJeotOf tbe sale Is to satisfy plaintiff debt against defendant for 110176 with 6percentLttlerestfrom Juno 15 1006 until paid CO purchaser wilt DO required to give pricepnYabletohocommissionerIkarlndpercent having meal and secured by lien F F FOBniTTjHpeelalOommUsloner GOIJIGttNttt t tltNt+++ + + V 5 le I M Then see our TRUNKS from 26 to1QiIinches in size and Vvf r I c 250 to 10 tlI in price Leather SUIT CASES our stock is ri always full and we will show them to you at 350 500 750 1000 rand I25oaIf M r t t LEATHER HAND BAGS We handle the very best and newest shapes at V 500 750 1000 and 1250it each What nicerI Xmas Present would one want than one of these nice bagseor suit casesrM H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY G L Penny R H Coffey K K Coleman Vinol 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 Guarantee at 1 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky r RAIN COATS r Mra Choose any from the new ones we showland youre sure of being right for PILE OF CfOJ rr f STYLE + 7J 1I Make and thats an index of there being none I wrong Good Clothes satisfy and when theyI dont we do Either way youre protected W E PERKINS r4 Y Crab Orchard Ky U n Jo rt J It DdlCI1day Iec 6th 4 1 Rf I I tOt r IS THE DATE OF OUR vI I SEMIANNUAL REDUCTION SALE I y s You who havo not bought come to this sale We will sell all Odds and Ends and Remnants at about one half their value i Wo will eave you a lot of money on a Cloak Suit Skirt Childrens Cloaks Heavy Goods Etc Remember our sales never dig i appoint You will find the goods in this sale just as advertised In spite of the fact that many merchants think it folly to sell I desirable goods right at Winters threshold at reduced prices but we still believe our policy to carry none over ifa sacrifice tale will them in tho homes of our customers Sale closes Dec 31 See circular for further information New Towels New Huck for Towels Now Handkerchiefs t w I I 4 SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY The Interior Journal 4f STANFORD KY DKO 3 1901 SOME great bargains in box paper are being closed out to make room for now stock at Pennys Drug Store- PERSONALS J J COZATT of Iarksville was hero I Tuesday MR REUBEN ENGLHMAN who hu been quito sick is better HON HARVEY HELM was in Nicholas vllle and Richmond this week MASTER lao PERRY spent several days with relative In Madison WIUIB HEN WEAKEN Is asstotlni Geo II Farris during the busy season Miss JOAN MOUNT of Lancaster was the guest of MI Salllo Taylor Woods Mies LENA BECK of McKinney Is the guest of Ml s Margaret Bibb this weekA LITTLE daughter has arrived to Wee the home of Mr and Mrs Geo II Farris J J MCCALL of Maretaburg was the guest of hit sister Mrs Agnes ti Herrln Miss ALLEN BOURNE of GarrardA is the guest of her ilitcr Mrs W K Warner MRS CLEVELAND HOSE of Garrard i spent several diys with her sister Mrs J C Eubanks J WARD MOORE of Crab Orchard was In Lexington this week attendin the horse sales Ma AND MRS A ADDAMS and Mis Jean Buchanan of Crab Orchard wcre here Wednesday MRS J M DENIIAM and children oi Philip S D are with Messrs W Land J M McCarty JOHN HENRY SHANKS is assisting in the Lincoln County National Bank dur lOSt the rush of business Mn AND MRS ERNEST WARREN who have been with relatives hero rll turned to Middles bo ro Tuesday MRS SD BARtLETT very elegantly entertained at cards Thursday after noon at her on Rush Branch road MESDAMES WOODS WALKER and Horace Ilerndon of Garrard were hero the guests of Mrs J C plays Tuesday Roar T BRUCE came near losing his t right eye by a piece on a corn crusher flying oil arid striking the above mem berCLEVER J C REYNOLDS has been working as night agent and operator ta i the depot for several days lie makes good man MRS M E Pituirr any pretty littl daughter Elizabeth of Burnside an the guest of tblr parents Mr anc Mrs Bedell Chancellor CONGRESSMAN HELM and his privat secretary MrGeo L Willis will Icav o Saturday night for Washington to boo hand at the opening of Congress TilE editor of this paper is trying again the waters of Martlnsvllle Ind for his rheumatics We hope it wit I prove beneficial to him and that he will rid himself of that dread disease befon he returns homo MRS R R GENTRY and children I Annie Lewis Catherine and Huston left yesterday for Frankfort to join tho J husband and father where they wll timake their future home much to th Jl regret of their many Stanford friends 11 LOCALS WANTED to buy a piano Em 1 Greenberg ry DONT forget to go to Newlands o- rIWedaeday NEW line of fancy ginghams calicoes etc at Whites store FOR nice holiday presents go to Mud lers jewelry store V NEXT month h Xmas see the linoof W II Mueller the jeweler GOODS delivered anywhere in town on r short notice W W White tt CHRYSANTHEMUMS at 60c per dozen I with vines Ed Hubbard Stanford OUR Christmas window trimmer Is In town See hid latest W H Higgins IF you are looking for fresh oysters and celery go to J D Hortona rei tau J Taut t y WE want to see all of our friends and patron Friday Dcc3rd from 2 to 8 Farris J do A FEW more guns left at Whites store WATCH for tho Brass sale ad at Warners store DONT forget Farris opening today from 2 to 8 r M FOR presents that are beautiful and lasting go to W H Mueller FRIDAY Dec 3rd T from m 2 to 8 is the date of our Xmas opening Farris MEAT cutters lard presses sausage stutters lard cans etc at W II lug gins TUB grandest display of Xmas goods ever shown wo have this season Dec 3 Fame NEWLAND will the es Wednesday to a cup of Maxwell house blend coffee WANTED to ex a lumber for corn and hay Terry Newell Hustonvillo R F D No1 2t LOST between Stanford and Danville a long tan cloak Leave at Severance Sons J F GOVER postponed his sale yes terday on account of rain till Dec 11th Soeuad In next issue WANTED buys good Lincoln coun ty farm of the value of 20000 to 30 000 Address Lock Box 204 Stanford Ky ongWednesday get o charge a delicious cup of Maxwell house blend coffee FARM FOR SALE 115acre farm on DIx river four miles North of Stanford and near Hubble Improvements fairly good and splendid new barn J F Rigney Son Stanford SOMERSET Is passing through now one of tho hottest local option campaigns it has over experienced It comes oil Tuesday and the prediction is that tho dry will win by a handsome majority THREE Rms Rao o ESN W S Bud Embry had three ribs broken tho other day while harnessing some mules one backing him up against the manger and causing the above results lie Is get ting along very nicely HARRY JACOBS t McKinney monu ment man erected on last Thursday in Buffalo Springs cemetery a 14000 pound family monument with which the family and all who have seen It are well pleased Cicero Reynolds AFTER a month of as pretty weather I ss tho oldest inhabitant ever saw rain began falling in torrents yesterday but as it was much needed we havo no cause for complaint Farmers gener ally havo been complaining of the dry spell To PRINTERS This once has for sale- I a lot of display and body typo which has been used very little a medium sized I imposing stone a lot of cases and rev cral cone pulleys Will go cheap if sold at once INTERIOR JOURNAL office Stanford Ky aSp 1 TILE informal reception given to thee public at the Methodist parsonage on Tuesday afternoon and evening was greatly enjoyed by all present The young people came in the evening The pleasure of the occasion was much Increased I by Miss Fetros delightful mu sic TEMPEST and Sunshine is a spirited Southern comedy drama that rings true in its many original and distinct characters I with a romantic story and irres istible appeal to the human heart and an unending series of ingenious compli cations and surprises A remarkable cast realistic scenery novel and complete to be seen at Waltons Opera House on Saturday night Dec 4 BETWEEN 600000 and 700000 pounds of tobacco have been bought by Mr W P Kincaid in Lincoln county this year at an average of about 13c It is said that the yield in Lincoln this year ex cels that of last year in point of grade Just think of the weed bringing 78000 or more Into the pockets of Lin coin county people I Mr Kincaid is prizing about 10 hogsheads per day at his warehouse here At his home at Paint Lick he has bought nearly 1000 000 pounds at an average of about 13c and prizes 20 hogsheads per day That Is going some hu LOOK at our new designs in Roches ter Ware W II Higgins OUR Christmas stock is arriving Dont fall to see our display W H Higgins CLOTHING kid gloves neck ties fan cy vests made good as new Suits made to measure J F Brady 4t LADIES Invitedto Newlands Dec 8 to get a cup of Maxwell house blend coffee free of charge Tile person who borrowed my roofing tools will please return them I need them now J A Allen Stanford gy To all parties holding treasurer claims come in and get your tax receipt Your treasurer claims will now be paid i In full T J 11111 Sheriff I TALK with me before buying a typo writer and see sample at my home T A Brackett local agent for Standard Typewriter Exchange New York BOUGHT A 1I0IouW P Kincaid the tobacco man has bought of Cicero Reynolds his house and lot on Logan Avenue for 205t 20 Immediate pos session given jFJREFrankand a great many of the contents were burned However the house was saved after hard work of kind neighbors and friends T W F MANN has attained an enviable reputation in tho field of theatrics management because his ventures have been successes One of his most popular productions is the dramatization ot Mary J Holmes famous novel Tempest and Sunshine which will be seen at Waltons Opera House on Saturday night Dec 4 o Miss NETTIE WRAY who has been tho chief operator of the telephone ex change hero for a number of years has resigned to accept a position witha Chicago firm The patrons hero regret very much to have her leave but wish her every success in her now undertak ing Miss Wray leftTuesday for Gaines villeFla where she will travel in the land of flowers for some time TEMPEST AND SUNSHINE a drama Uzation of Mary J Holmes clever novel will be the nffering at Waltons Opera louse on Saturday night Dec 4 It deals with u people great in their sin plicity and grand in their intensity em bodying all that is fair and just a people whose hearts are bursting with love truth and honesty end from whom jus tice cant be bought Interpreted by a clever cast- ArrEurrEn SDiicmnJoe Thomp son of Preachersvillo aged about 23 and son of J M Thompson attempted suicide Tuesday by taking a large dose of corrosive sublimate Mr Thompson had recently married a daughter of W H Cummins of Preachcravlllo Dr Brown and Phillips were called to relieve tho young mans sufferings and worked incessantly with him Mr Thompson is reported as getting along as well as could be expected but is not out of danger yet SWORN BEngOILIn trial of Nathan Pipes at Hustonville Wednca day charged with poisoning a lot of cattle and horses belonging to W G Cowan of tho West End Squire W M Dudderar was sworn off the bench by the defendant through his counsel Hons Robert Harding J N Saunders and Geo E Stone from sitting in the case and that gentleman vacated the bench The examining trial Is set for Tuesday at Hustonville at which trial it is likely that Squire James McKechnie will preside County Attorney Burch and Geo B Saufley represent the Commonwealth TUG successful dramatization of Mary J Holmes popular novelif Tempest and Sunshine by Lem B Parker has given W F Mann an opportunity of producing this popular novel in its entirety for the benefit of admirers of Mary J Holmes The dramatization emphasizes clearly tho direct opposites in tempcrment of Tempest and Sun shine two beautiful Southern girls brought into prominence by the lovable character of one and the devilishness of the other who by her deceit and hypo cricy causes all manner of direful dis aster in consequence of which innocent parties aro made to suffer for the guilty At Waltons Opera House Saturday night Dec 4 0 t CHURCH MATTERS John Harvard a Negro preacher who shot and fatally wounded W B Booth near Cochran Ga was captured five miles from there and burned at the stakeThere will be a special sermon at the Christian church Sunday morning by Rev D M Walker His subject will be Why Every Woman In the Church Should be a Member of the C W B M All the ladies are cordially invit edOur Methodist brethren are noted for doing things In the Albany Park section at Chicago they organized a church and erected a building furnish ed it installed electric lights and dedi cated the structure with a membership of 20 and a subscription of 4000 all in four days Thats moving some The Methodist and Presbyterian congregations will worship together Sun day morning and night in the Presby terian church Rev J J Dickey will occupy the pulpit This is in consequence of repairs being made on the Methodist church Until the repairs are completed the Methodist Sunday school will meet in the Odd Fellows buildingIdqiHONOR ROLL of Stanford Graded and High School for November Grade 1 Joanna Ballou Addison Bell Harvey Embry Mack Farmer George Fleece Farris Joe Grimes Ma rie Powell Thelma Powell Margaret Shanks Powell Withers Ida Pettus Grade 2 Emily Camenisch Mary Brackett Mary F Cormney Bessie McAllister Eloise Bcazley Stella Walker Daisy Lunsford Sadie Wear en Rebecca Goldstein Sam Craig Walker Hubble Morris Jackson GradeS Earl Baughman Clara Cash Tilden Cooper Bailey Dawes Marga ret Davison Thelma Francis Rachel Hill Willie Rankin Sarah Traylor An nette Wearen Grade 4Morris Bruce Annie Van Arsdale Craig Frances Embry Birdie Ford Eva Hazelwood Nancy Kather tae McKinney Grade 5 Mutsy Grimes Nellie Wil son Hill Grace Hearst Lettie Walker McKinney Jean Paxton Henley Cash Clinton Coleman Joe T Embry Hus ton Gentry Jesse Ilocker Grade 6Willio C White James Tribble Ella Eichcnbcrger Maud Ar nold Josephine Morris Prescott Brown Effie Ware Tillie Goldstein Georgia Cabell Lewis Proctor Grade 7 Winnie D Bibb Sallie M Craig Mary S Cook Boyce Hunn Anna D McRoberts John T McAlis ter Mary M Raney Verna Rout Ma mie Singleton William Yager William GrimesGradesEffie Baughman Robert Carter Arthur Coffey Marion Grimes Eva Moser Nancy Yeager FreshmanJoe W Hill Lillian Muel ler Mary E McKinney Elsie Morris Flora Morris Lucy Lee Walton Ella WarrenSophomoreLissa Holtzclaw Virgin la Mahony Willie Moore Emma Na pier Annie Lewis Gentry Junior Sallle Burdette Elizabeth Higgins Joseph Hopper SeniorThomas Bright Auctioneer I I offer my services to the people of Lin Inn auctioneer HatUfactlonguarantee rtoWUOHTKIt110reloud 1 FOR SALE OR RENT One bouse for tale containing 7 rooms porches good fruitll acres or land good on the Somerset pike 4 partlcularswrue FOR SALE I Gover Hotel at Grab Orchard alia store room just ncrois street with pod once ad joining and a cottage or ofllce of three room All necessary outbuildIng MK8 OURTIH COVER Grab Orchard Ky FOR RENT For 1010 my farm of CS acres at Grab Orch ard 6 to 10 acres of flue tobacco laud bat nnco for corn meadow nnd pasture For further Information enl ou J ward Moore derscnyllioxLC1IAH11MINOLETON Notice of Application for Pardon fNotice la hereby given that James II Kennedy who was convicted at the June torn the Lincoln circuit court oi the murder of Milton Kstea will n1l the governor for a pardon Rod nil WilD object will notify the governor and state In WrIt- Ing any objection JAI II KBXMEDT This Nov 271I1W t L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin Furs I Furs I We have just received an elegant line of Furs Prices from 10 to 25 per set See our windowIP jl f r HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY WALTONS OPERA HOUSE STANFORD Saturday Dec 41 1 909 W F MANX Presents I MISS DOLCE MELROSE and i MISS MADGE THURSTONiIN TempestAND Sunshine J i A Dramatization of MARY J HOLMES Famous Novel iI I A Beautiful Story of Southern Life 1 2ND SUCCESSFUL SEASON Special Scenic Production Prices 50 and 76o Reserved Seats on Sale at SHUGARS 25jtC TANNERS I j 4 M G MURPHY jT AOTON i We still save you money and you will never know positively whether we l can show you any advantage to be gained by giving us a share of your bus pricesDeciness until you havo given us a fair trial So try paying as you go and you r 24 pound sack half patent 82c Arbuckles Coffee 15c Arm R Hammer Soda 4c Keg Soda 2 pounds 5c Matches large box 4c Ohio River Salt280 pounds S150 Fire Proof Oil 12c per gallon We are headquarters for solid leather Shoes Chapem open all solid 14 Patent Colt Vici Kid and Box Calf 353 8350 Patent Colt Gun Metal and Box Calf Shoes for 52DB Mens Brogans 8125 Boys solid leather Shoes 8125 Ladies solid leather Shoes 8135 Mens extra heavy double front Overalls 94c Men a heavy fleeced Underwear 44c each best Outings any color O c Ginghams 6c Heavy Dress Ginghams OXc A full line of Mens Felts Mens Ladies and Misses Rubbers and Overshoes Eggs are 27 todayMURPHYIACTON The Cash Bargain Store Kings Mountain Ky Bring ttoStockJ 1 leYa1dst1 i Aro now completed and are ready for nil kinds i of live stock with good covered pens and plenty of feed nnd water Firstclaw accom modations and charges reasonable Your supIport and patronage cordially solicited No 1 Court Day Second Monday I M BRUCE Assistant Y JournalaI Ai Bred in the PottQjtee III Stanford GI INeRd OZAN matter L c1 N TIME TABLE No II HoutblI8 P X No SII South WM5 A x No 14 North 410 A K- NorJNorth51S r x NoT71o S A x No S 140 PM JOS S RICE Agont r A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta1 Drug Store In the Owsley Building FARM FOR SALE I The farm oMIO acres of good blue grave tend lying one mile North of McKlnneyon the Stanford pike Improvements and fencing good 5 of water fruit Also 16 acres of timbered land one mile Kastof MeKlnney halfunderfenceplenty of water and good tobacco land See grow ng crop = J A GIVKNB Agent McKlnney- KyFa114and Winter Stock Mayo your measure taken by a tailor of ex- pdsicenbuiloesi your clothes whethera low IUIt or tho nnelt evening clothes will have that Individuality and It which plainly Indicate they were mode to your measure I will also take your meas ure for extra trousers fancy vetopcoats and overcoats Fall and Winter samples on hand ready for your Inspection II 0 RUPLEY The Tailor Stanford Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the best as well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs flowers on ihort notice Also make a specialty of wreath purposesIn above I have nil kinds of vegetable on hand at reasonable price OIUtIBTMAN GREEN HOUSES Bo IlunnAKD PROU Stanford Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns t Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY IlAsldonce Phone 89 omce MS Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedCONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds c con orating such as Block Work laljment- aod In fact we can make any thing from r house down to a fence post We can servo you promptly and guarantee Ort clan work Cult and get our prices before you buy your material ut least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky INSURANCER Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado a LifeLiveStockHealthand GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis count JLBeazleyCo tIUpdortakera and Rugf Embalm in They Fur Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Pricea Right STANFORD KENTUCKY i J C McClary M Undertaker Embalmer and ealerXnIHarnoss Saddleryleri f STANFORD E KYi omoa Mioaerl8T re r llom t Qon 0h I Ii 4 FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOil SAL8 Three 900pound hose fat S J Embry Sr Sixty young mules for sales L jP Nunnelley Stanford FOR SALE25 650pound cattle W P Logan Stanford R F D No1 Joe and Wat Jarboe of Lebanon pur chased in Wayne county 28 mules at 165Dee Burdette of Lebanon sold to Carmichael of Jackson Miss 28 mules at 175 George Rankin of Scott county sold to W G McClintock of Paris a pair of mules for 360 Messrs Bright and Fox of Danville bought in Richmond Monday seven mules at 130 to 180 L C Riddell of Mt Sterling sold to Mr Baldwin of Richmond one pair of sorrel mules for 336 William Burton of Lancaster bought a carload of mules from various per sons the price ranging from 150 to 185W B Burton of Lancaster bought four mules at Richmond averaging 160 and 18 mules from Gover at Crab Orchard at 100 The Security Vault Trust Co of Lexington purchased from Judge Lew is Apperson of Mt Sterling his farm of 394 acres at 106 M J Hoffman sold the two jenneta and two colts advertised in this paper for 300 to Stigall Bros of Boyle also two pairs of mules for 500 to same partyJoe Phillips Son of Lebanon pur chased of Adair county parties 78 mules at prices ranging from 150 to 200 Also two horses at 175 each THREE ewea and two bucks came to my place about Sept 10 1909 owner may get them by paying for this no tics and their keep W M Bright FOR SALEThree Tamworth boars by the champion Dixon and out of an imported sow Will weigh 150 pound Sam K Dudderar Stanford phone 123x RoE Young Sr of Lebanon sold to John W Russell of Atlanta 25 cot ton mules at 19260 per bead Buckler Sanders of Lebanon sold to same party 10 at 18750 A pale red dehorned cow eight years 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 a day left my placo Nov 20 Re ward William James Rowland Mr E V Carson of Uustonville lathe boss tobacco man A portion of his crop brought 20 cents per pound on the local breaks arid his entire offering made an average of over 16 cents a pound On an average he is getting about 375 per acre for his crop of six acresAdvocateThe sheep on the Chi cago market last week was 510 with the bulk of sales at 125 to 485 On the corresponding week of last year the top price was 4 75 with the bulk of sales at from 350 to 425 The top price for lambs last week was 760 with the bulk of sales at 675 to 735 On the corresponding week of last year the top price for lambs was 620 with the bulk of sales at from 525 to 575 BARGAIN 354 acres of good land of which 100 acres is bottom landeight room dwelfing two good stock barns new tobacco barn 36x96 ice house buggy house two corn cribs etc two good cisterns tho whole farm being well watered well fenced and lays well Will sell as a Whole or cut 200 acres with improvements to suit pur chaser which includes 100 acres as fine bottom land as there is in the county This is a bargain See L R Hughes Stanford Ky Kills Her Foe of 20 Years liTho most merciless enemy I had For 20 years declares Mrs James Duncan of Haynesvillc Me was Dyspepsia I suffered intensely after eating br 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 I am 70 years old and am overjoyed to ret my health and strength back again For Indigestion Loss of Ap petite Kidney Trouble Lamo Back onaalo Complaints its unequaled July 60o at Pennys Drug Store I just had an interview with an ap licant for my daughters hand How did the young chap talk His politics were all right also his views on medicine and religion II WellSo didnt ask him how he stood on this polar controversy It Is the voak nerves that are cry Ing 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 How fast do you run your auto Eight miles sin hour Shell go taster but I am no speed fiend How long you had her Two days lid like to be a big poet What do you mean by a big poet Big enough to have a recent poem printed by the papers as news matter TURKEYS FOR SALE I OQbbhHUUNI hfiUS tt Conger Owen d llarbec strain for sale Thoroughbred bronze bORe Bad beau tiful MRsWYDtsex RH Stanford riion 6J J J BELDENf For House and Carriage Painting and Trim ligShopopposite depot J J HKiDKvBtnufonl Ky WANTED TO RENT SMALL FARM S I want to reht a small farm of SO to 100 acres two tit threw miles from Stanford Prefer land partly In cultivation and partly In crass Small desired Address w P K Interior Journal OUlce tHan ford k- yStock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock of Gro ceries and Hardware Doing a good bust nets Will Invoice rtroG iteason 111 health OEO DHOPPEn8tanford MASONS MEET Lincoln Logo No to KA AM will meet In stated communication on each first and third Monday night of each month at TUXJ oclock In their hall on main street Stan ford Ky Members of sister lodges are fra ternally Invited to be present T W Pen nlngton Sec B D CARTERN- ew Ltyorv Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY Home For Sale I desire to tell privately my residence In Orab Orchard House or eight rooms and an acre of land Abundant outbuildings and all In good repair Located In local op lion town where a traded school runs nine months Abundant water of the best variety One third cash Rod balance In one and two years at B percent nIt W M DObRRS Crab Orchard Ky CLEMENS HOTEL- J L ELKIX Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKY Large airy outside rooms Commercial travelers n specialty Special rates by week or month The proprietor n former bin coin county than and his should re member him when stopping In his town Harry Jacobs Denier In nod Manufacturer of Marblo Monu1monts Markers and Posts Cemetery and Lawn VOle and Settees Otllcv nnd work 310I Kinney Ky Dr Willis Morgan Veterinary Hurgeon A Dentist Stanford KentucHy Phone No M Calls answered promptlyday or night Located at B D Carters Livery Barn G B PRUITT Moroland Kentucky New Fall Line Millinery now in- Alsolew Furniture coming in al most daily G B PnuiTT Morclnnd Ky FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A fine blue grass farm for sale situated on nowpIke near Point eavell Cad six miles south of Lancaster suo acres well located In good neighborhood being part of the John walker tract with a hand outbulldlllgalllilgood two years from day of sale bearing six per paidPersons place please write or see w 01VALRa- 1StanfordDillwiddie Co H ustofville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goodsu NOTICE I We ask the roas o our friends and neighbors for our homegrown nursery took ItU carefully looUttclruii thrifty and well grown Prices are reluel1ab Ad dross LKtagi j Small Farm For Rent Mrs Noun Ooodknlghts fartit all Danvllt RradtlIOhOnllunralllnlt GoodaughtAveuuerold Keiuel place HOME FOR SALE I One itory of rooms nnd all necessary outbuildings Lot contains om roomyterngarden spot This Is a desirable plane local edoncornorof Whltleynnd streets A HHOLTZCLAWHlanford SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI- NEERINGI I I am prepared todo all kinds of survey In and civil engineering promptly My work will be guaranteed and my prices art reasonable Write me at or call mo over the telephone through the Ilustonvlll WAUrKR McKINNEY NOTICE I You are notified that Tom HnrrU who is now confined In the Htate ponltentl cry for shooting one Klavlus Giwr will make application to the State Hoard of Prison Uommlasloner at Frankfort Ky on Tuesday the Tth day of December w for a Parole from said Penitentiary Wit floss my hand this Nobember M uuu TOM HARRIS Fruit And Ornamental Trees I Ever fot Orchard town nnS Oar den Catalogue on Application No Agents H F HILLENMEYER SON- SLexington Ky FARM FOR SALE ORIRENTi Uontnlns 110 acres best tobacco land In the county IS mules from MoKlnney Will sell or rent Has two dwellings one of four roolllDnd the other of two rooms Two orchards of nearly WM trees Tobacco barn cheapestfartiton nriAWNEH- MoKlnnoy Ky TRIBBLE PENCE Furniture nUll Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford Kentucl- tyREWARD h Having suffered considerable annoyance aud damage from outlaws In breaking gate latches nnd tearing down and destroying my gates on the county road that runs through my farm I have concluded to over a reward far Information lending to the conviction of such person or persons I will therefore give the sum E91 for Infer illation leading to the arrest and conviction or any party or parties that have broken the latches on any of my xatcsor that have sawed down or torn down any of my gates on tho county road which runs from tho Hustonvllla turnpike to the Mllkxlgevllla turnpike through my farm and I wlllglvo the saute amount for Information leading to thu arrest and conviction of tiny or parties who In the future commit any oftue above oITnusea Witness uiy hand this 10th day of August lay TJIIlLUMlt NOTICE Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns in the West End In surance Agency Get your policies written right in a good com pany by W J CAMPBELL Ilustouvillo Ky Weak Women To weak and allloi wotntn there Vat lean one way tohelp Dut with that two tmtraent must be combined One Is local one U conttltu 5IonalJbat both are tanorUat both essential Night Cure li the L Dr Bhoops RestorstlTft the Constitutional The formerDr shoo Night 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