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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): December 3, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909120301_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): December 3, 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. ' 11" T The Interior Journal. VOL. XXXVII. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, HUSTONVILLE. DECEMBER Ill NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. NEWS NOTES. , Tho court of appeals affirmed tho deA. M. Fryeaold his farm to James At Scmenet, the entire stock of the cision of tho Estill circuit court In tho Caah for $7,000. Dry Goods Company, ws des- Hvbce caso of Uccch Hargis for tho killing of Charles Wheeler, S. D Yowcll, Dr." trnvxritiv firn. Tho Are started In tho hii father, James Hargis. J. C. Barker and Ruo Spragens went rear of the building about 1 o'clock and At new Liberty, J II. Morton, color to Lexington last week In Mr, Wheel was under headway when discoverod. ed, while returning home was shot down er'a automobile. and William Uybeo, tho mcrchnnt, in tho road by an unidentified person. Montgomery & Earls have opened family wero llvlnu In tho rooms just Morton cut tho throat of John I'arriah, their stock of goods at Richards cross The key to the front over the store. of Owcnton. Doth are dead. roads and say they are delighted with door had been left In tho rear of tho Tom Gallagher, 13 years old, capturatora where tho (lames were tho thick- ed after a wagon load of policemen had the business and encouragement given est. Bybco escaped by jumping from surrounded the Lifayctto Hank In St. them. There la a splendid opening hero for tho window of tho second floor. Tho Louis, confessed that he, with another a mnn who understands clothes clean lots was $15,000 with 9,000 insurance. boy, had planned to rob the bank. IIARRODSIJUKO, KY. NOV. 15, HI09. Ing, pressing and dying, etc.; also a Tho cause of tho fire is unknown. Leo S. Baldwin and Kufus Lisle, who jewoicr could get all tho work he wantTHE DROWN SHOE CO. St. Louiff, Mo. Tho following dispatch Is sent from last week were appointed receivers for Frankfort: Following an Investigation tho Hurley Tobacco Society's pools of ed hero. Call on Adams Bros. Mrs. Job. Coylc, aged 27, died at her 0 into tho alTair or tho county officials of 1906 and 1907. took charge at LexingGENTLEMEN': Garrard county, M. 11. Thatcher, Stato ton of the unoxpended fund of $301,000 home near Terry & Ne well's mill, of ty phoid fever. She leaves a husband and Inspector and Examiner, makes sen- remaining In The children of Stanford will never forget Saturday, Nov. the pools. four small children, who have the sym sational charges in a report which he Phil Allen, Jr., former vico president pathy of all in tho loss of a devoted 1.1th. It will Iks a red letter day in tbeir memories, I am sure. When filed with Gov. Wlllson. He has placed of the First National Bank of Mineral wlfo and mother. wc arrived in the morning, we were met by n delegation of children and his report in tho hands of the proper Point, Wis., pleaded guilty in tho Uni Miss Luclnda Lutes was the guest of mother. We could hardly get through the crowd. Wo went to the civil authorities and will attempt to ted States Court to four counts in tho Miss Emma Warren. Miss Curtis, of m prosecute certain officials in the crimistore of CUMMINS &, WEAKEN, followed by tho delighted children. indictment against him and was sen Lexington, is a visitor at the homo of Important records in the nal courts. It was not long before "Duster" was riding a bicycle (loaned him by one tenced to 10 years in prison. A. W. Carpenter. Mrs. Samuel Helm, clerk's office in Garrard were burned of the boys) up nnd down the rtreet, the little fellows running their legs Without explanation or warning acd 84, fell last week and suffered a and Mr. Thatcher says that he "must Charles Strohl, an employe of a bak- painful Injury to her left hip, which oirto keep up with him. They could not do enough to show their pleasconcludo that these books and records ery at BulTalo, N. Y., walked Into the sho fractured several years ago. ure nt having "Buster" and Tige with them for the day. were destroyed or abstracted with some reading room of the BulTalo public W. C. Floyd sold to Wm. Burton, of criminal or unlawful Intent In view." The reception was held in the Walton's Opera House which was packlibrary pulled a rovolvcr and ahot and Lancaster, two s of aged mules Mr. Thatcher charges that A. D. Ford, Instantly killed ed to the doors and everybody was delighted with the performance. AfFranz Stcndts. for $5,720. James Yowell sold to Adam County Judge of Garrard, not only Dr. Breckmnnn and Hugo Francke, Carpenter 20 good cattlo at 4c. J. P. ter the reception, the store was crowded with little customers for "BUSmoney from tho Stato as drew tho two most daring members of the RifTo also sold to Mr. Carpenter 20 good TER BROWN" Shoes, nnd when we left, they were etill selling Buster viofor two idiots, in direct Aero Club of Uerlin, have been killed ones at same price J. K. Baughman Drown Show to the littlo folks. lation of the law, which forbids a through tho collapso of their balloon, sold to Wm. Burton three mules at from acting oa a comMESSRS. CUMMINS & WEAREN arc very nice gentlemen nnd county Judge bodies wero found $180. "Kolmar." Their mittee for an idiot, but also drew near Fiumc, Austria-Hungarhave a fine store. They received us very pleasantly nnd were much Mr. James M. Hockcr and wife, of money for an Idiot after tho death of pleased with the advertisement. Tho stock market became disturbed Lexington, were guests of Mr. and Tho money tho ward of tho State. again over tho subject of anti-truTrusting they have good results from our efforts, I am. very truly, Mrs. John Dinwiddle and other friends 9 alleged to have been Illegally urawn agitation. Tea manner in which AmerAlthough 88 years old his mind B. L.S.. BROWN. paid back to tho Stato by Judge ican sugar was liquidated without any here. was $ is bright and clear and he recalls many In the Alleged discrepancies Ford. sign of support down to 116!, a break incidents connected with his years of YOU CAN FIND WHAT YOU WANT IN OUR LARGE ASSORTMENT if. Circuit Clerk's olllco were found to be of eight points, was tec upsetting facbusiness here, which he began in 1843, $1 OF CHILDREN'S SHOES. jX 12.48; in tho County Clerk's office, $7 CO; tor. Ho organized Christian College in 1858 in the I'ollco Judgo of Lancaster's bidding and higher s office, 2; County Judgu's office, $282 40, Spirited paid on Tuesday wero prices and is the only one of the original 15 feathan were living. He insured the first showing n total of $334.48, which has tures of tho second day of tho annual trustees building himself nnd when it burned he been collected by Stato Inspector Fall snlu of horses at Lexington. A donated nil the insurance toward the Thatcher and turned into the State total of 155 horses sold brought an av- splendid building now the property of treasury. erage of almost $2C8 a head, or an ag- our graded school. Tho aged couple gregate of $11,510. have four living children, 14 grandMIDDLEBURG. It was announced at Lexington that children and 21 great the executive committee of tho Ameri- many of whom uttended the recent celThere nre five breach of tho peace can Tobacco Co. will meet next WedHIGHLAND. ebration of the G5th anniversary of cates to be tried in tho magistrate's nesday to consider n proposition made their marriaga at Lexington. Mr. H. will Jim Hollar, who was laid up with n court at Yosemito Friday. Thnt by the Burley tobacco organization for is small in statue, weighing about 100 boa big day for our neighbors, as n the solo of 120,000,000 pounds of tobac- pounds, but his heart is in the right soro throat for some time, is able to bo out again and at work with his tobacco. magistrate's court usually draws a co of the lOuO pooled crop to tho complace and to tho Master's cause and tho Moving time has begun, C. B. Mc- good crowd. pany. poor he contributes liberally. Guffey has moved to his new home, his Clarence Coleman and wife, who have An indictment was returned by the mother's old place. Shelt Reed will been visiting relatives here for several Hamilton county, 0 grand jury at PREACHERSVILLE. move to tho place vacated by McGufley tlajc, returned to Louisville Monday. Cincinnati against Mrs. Jeannettc and John Young will movo to the house Clarence, In his position and on account Steward Ford, whose namo has been Born, to the wife of Joshua Jones, vacated by Reed. of his late experience, Is somowhat mentioned in connection with tho twins. Hog killing has begun, farmers are muzzled, but is tho samo red hot dem- shortage of $GI3,uOU in tho accounts of M. Lunsford sold some corn to W. J. busy gathering corn. Adams & Hyatt ocrat as of yore; and tho administra- Charles L. Warnner, former treasurer II. Cummins at $2 50. mill near A. tion nt Washington hasn't enough mon- of the Big Four railroad. Alice May, the little daughter of Lo aro sawing lumber at their Mr. A. U. Young's on Green River. ey to buy him. Robert Hcndrick, aged 20 years, died gan Thompson, continues quito ill of Brown, of near Harrodsburg, has Rov. J. L. Owens preached his fare- at his home near Kirksville. Hendrick, doublo pneumonia. J. F. Shaw and C. well sermon nt tho Ilaptist church here it will bo remembered, attempted sui wifo nnd D. J. Rigsby, wife and niece, been hero for some time buying tobacco Sunday night and left Thursday for his cide by stabbing, following tho deed of Miss Ilettie, wero visitors at the home at prices ranging from 7c to 14c. Mr home at Waskom, Texas, his friend, Oscar Osborne, who after of J. M. LunBford. T. W. Jones and A. G. Faulkner had the misfortune to where he has calls to three churches shooting his wife, turned tho weapon wife, of Stanford, wero guests of Mrs. lose his barn by flro Sunday night burnllro. Owens is a good preacher nnd has upon himself and died a few days later J. M. Cress. John Horton, Stanford's ing about 50 barrels of corn, just gathendeared himself to his people hero. as tho result of his wounds. Mrs. Os- hustling restauranter, was here this ered and about 40 bushels wheat. OriSTANFORD, KENTUCKY. He was an able defender of tho Ilap- borne, who is the only Burvivor of the week. Your correspondent spent last gin of the fire unknown. C. R. Carrier, of near Pulaski, was ORGANIZED IN 1882. tist church and the denomination in the wounded trio, continues to improve and Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. J. M State will sufTer great loss In his de- it is believed sho will recover. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. Lunsford and was most pleasantly en here last week en route to Pittsburg to sec his brother John who is not expect. parture. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. It is estimated that there will have tertained and sumptuously dined on the cd to live. Rev. S. M. Carrier and Dr James Wesley attended the Far- been collectid from tho special corpo delicacies of the season. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $2J6",500 wife, of Collcgo Hill, arc here visiting Monday. Mrs. mers' Institute hero Mcnefee Elmore owns a wild hog, at ration oxcisa tax by July 1, 1910, Mrs. Freda Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Laura Lee and daughter, Miss Uossie, $15,000,000, moun- his mother nnd family. and tlmt an additional large. Last spring he bought a Leo's $10,000,000, collectible for tho calendar tain shoat on tho run, 30 yards away. Cover, of Turnersville, and Mrs. Han- Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. BDent Thanksgiving with Mrs Wc Solicit Your Account. Murphy, Pierson, of Batesville, Ind , with puents at Kingavillo. M. G. year from January 1, 1909, to Decem- When ho brought it home no fence on nah of Klngsvllle, was hero Sunday. Rob- ber 31, 1909, will be collected subse- hii farm would restrain this roaming their babies were visiting their parents ert Allen and wife, of Boyle, were here quent to July 1, 1910, making tho esti- porker, and Mr. Elmore says this hog Mr. and Mrs John Meier Sunday. Mrs. OFFICERS. DIRECTORS. this week. W. T. Miller was in Stan- mate for tho total umount of the col- has been en the run ever sinco. Orch- Pierson will spend several days here. , H. Baughman, F. Reid, S. Mocker, President;, Andy Gisler and family, after spendE. J. Godbey was lection ford on business. M. D Elmore, .1. M. Pettus, for tho fiscal year 1910 $25,000,-0U- ards and cornfields afforded plenty of S. T. Harris, ing a year in Oklahoma, have returned Hustonville. W. II. McCluro hero from according to the report of the Com- food, but now that corn is gathered the II. C. Baughman, . K Cummins, Mrs. Margaret camo overfrom Mt. Olivo to attend missioner of Internal Revenue. John J. McKoberts, Cashier, hog has moved headquarters to tho to their old home. S, T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, tho Farmo'rs Institute. 11. C. Baughman. Asst. Cash'r dense thicket on tho Hutchinson farm, Young is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. B OBannon J. S. Hocker, Mrs. Goodpaster, near Lexington. Younp Girls Are Victims. whero ho leaves a few tracks to let his W.W.Saunders, Bookkeeper, C. E. Tate. Sunof hcudaehc, us well ns older women, owners know ho lives and caroth not. Speako. of near Lancaster, spent Judge Saufley for Governor. day with her son, O. G. Speako. II. F. but all gel quick relief and prompt IIU hogship is said to be vicious, and Horton and Wash Cook went to Scienco News cornea fresh from Stanford, euro from Dr. King's New Llfo Pills, will be hard to capture. Mr. E intends M. tho world's best ivmcdy for sick and to hunt it down with dogs or track it Hill Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Butte down in Lincoln county, that Judgo and sons Kenneth and Elbert were the One million six hundred thousand acres of valuable farm to the 13th nervous headaches. They make puro down when tho snow fnlls. C. Saufley, just guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Young. and grazing land belonging to the State of Oklahoma, about decided blood, and strong nerves uud build circuit court bench, has will be divided into farms of one hundred aud sixty acres A Scolded Boy's Shrloks to yield to tho solicitation of his friends up your health. Try them, 25o at Forced Into Exile. each and sold to the highest bidder, on easy terms. and cuter tho race for the democratic Pcuny'b Drug Storo. horrified his grandmother, Mrs. Marin Wm. Upchurch of Glen Oak, Okla., AUCTION BEGINS DECEMBER 16, 1909, nnd continues Judge Saufnomination for governor. Taylor, of Nebo, Ky., who writes that, was an exile from homo. Mountain "See here, old man. Every tlmo my for 21 days. The agricultural land has been appraised ley has authorized no announcement to wife when all thought he would dio, Duck-len- 's air, be thought, would cure a frlghtfu orders a gown your wifo orders at prices ranging from S8.00 to $34.00 per acre. The bo made, but hla friends say ho will not Arnica Salvo wholly cured him. g cough that had defied all average appraised value of the grazing land is about which is two gowns." be disinclined to heed the call, Infallible for Hums, Scalds, Cuts' remedies for two years. After six "yes." $2.50 per acre. coming to him not only from his own Corns, Wounds, Bruises. Cures "Whereupon my wife goes your wife months ho returned, death dogging his" -Sores, district, but frcrn other portions of the one Dolls, Skin Eruptions, steps. "Then I began tousoDr. King's better." known. Stato whero his great ability is Chilblains, Chapped Hands. Soon New Discovery," ho writes, "and af"WolIT" Friends of Judgo Saufley Bay that when routs Piles. IVj at Penny's Drug ter taklog six bottles I urn as well as "Can't wo arbitrate this matter7" the democracy is looking for the logical ViaJHE HENDERSON ROUTE to all points in Oklahoma Storo. over." It saves thousands yearly candidate to nominate, it can not find a "Health Colloe" U tho cleverest w Tickets on sale the first aud third Tuesdays in each InfalThe eight men who wero Imprisoned from desperate lung diseases. dispels month and bear final return limit of twenty-fiv- e days man in the Stato who will better fulfill Imitation of real coffee over yetmado. lible for Coughs and ColJs, it from date of sale. Diverse routes are permitted on these needed for n leader in Dr. Shoop created It from pure parch- in the London mine of the Tennessee tho qualifications Hoarsenes and Sore Throat. Cures d tickets, that is, the going trip may be made thru one tho next fight. Judgo Saufley is ed grains, malt, nuts, etc. Fino In Copper Company at Ducktown, Tenn , Grip, Dronchltls, Hemorrhages, Asthsection or portion of the State and the return trip thru to be one of tho strongest, if not flavor is made In just ono mlnuto. ai the result ot a shatthouse nre, were ma, Croup, Whooping Cough. 60c another. For the finest orators In the party in Ken- No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling. brought to the Burface. They aro now and $1, trial bottle free, guaranteed by at their respectivo homes and none is His friends say that the Sample free. Penny's Drug Store. tucky Penny's Drug Store. physically disabled as a result of the fact that he has never allied himself "I don't know that I really lovo him. trying experience. with any faction, but has consistently "Is your fiance athletic!" supported tho party nominees and work- Therefore, I shan't marry him." "Oh very. Ho was the backbone of Regarding t,he price and the diverse route arrangethe'nt y "Too risky, chT" will A tickling ordrycoughesn bequlck-l- the football team this year." ed for its welfaro continuously, of the railroad tickets,' also the terms of purchase, pay"Yes; I don't know that ho could pay loosoned with Dr. Shoop's Cough count much in his favor. His long ser"What position did he play?" ment and full description of the farm lands, Ilcmedy. No opium, no chloroform, vice upon the bench and his prominence tho alimony to which I have been "Oh, he wasn't on the eleven. He nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold by vas cheermastcr, don't you know!" as a member of that gallant ConfederPenny's Drug Storo. ate band who followed Gen. Morgan, The little Candy Cold Cure Tablets It. F. PENN, T. P. A., or J P. GARDNER. G. P. A. Pulns of women, houd pains, or any have maae mm wen Known 10 mo masscalled Proventlcs, will In a few hours They Bay that riches do you cloy, of the party. Judgo Saufley 'a friends pain stopped in 20 minutes sure, with es aafoly check all Colds or LaGrlppe. The woman with a bale aay that when he does get In the race Dr. Sboop's Pink Pain Tablets. See Sold by- Penny's Try theral Of coin would nrobably not cnioy he will make things hum, speaking In full formula on 25o box. Sold by Drug Store. 4 Bale. Penny's Drug Store. A I1quisvii.L,,KV. ' every district. Frankfort News. )tn 3, 1009. M4"PTMwWnviMmvfiA MO. 81. vrftfKftMWfifmrMfVfirMMnMMrrtwiiitivMVMiviVM; A Letter From "Buster Brown." car-load- com-rultte- o Cummins & Wearen, fl 2; STANFORD, KENTUCKY. grand-childre- H. B. NORTHCOTT, keys. See him before selling. 153, Stanford, Ky. Call Will Pay the Highest Market Price for Tur- H. B. far-awa- NORTHCOTT, Stanford FIRST NATIONAL BANK, 0, Oklahoma's Land Sale lung-rackin- Fever- Reduced Railroad Fares Full Information Write con-cede- c. - "The Henderson Route" i. " nt ." The Interior Journal. CC 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 bo a certain winner and would reflect enduring credit upon tho grand old Commonwealth. In Judge Saufley as the democratic candidate- for governor. Judge O'Rcar, or any other republican that 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 au dienccs to unbounded enthusiasm by his eloquence and convlnco the thought ful by his logic. If nn old time democratic majority could ever again be rolled up in Kentucky, Judge Saufley would be the proper man to aeloct to lead the boys In tho trenches to cor tain and overwhelming victory. Advo cate. As yet the Judge has given no public intimation of hi attitude In connection with tho gubernatorial fight, but the frank and open character of the gentleman causes all who know him to rest assured that a positive answer will come 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. I upon Congress the necessity for building fortifications on both ends of the Dry floods, Notions, (Iroeerles, Htock Iithmlsn canal while other work Is pro- Hardware, Tinware, Ac.l about Ji,m). Doing fnlr business Literal terms. gressing. (J. 11. H AKIUH.Crab Orchard. Ky. Mayor C. E. Woods, of Richmond, la trying to have City Attorney T. II. I Collins removed from offico because will Having decided that gentleman spends his summers at tell prlately my lo locate elsewhere. I ot m farm nt Highland his country home and moves to town In acres, more or less. Improvement! good I e nn place; good barn; good orchtho winter. J. ll.lHIOIIT, ard: wrll watered. Wayncsburg. Ky. dictating President Taft has begun his annual message to Congress and I will be busily engaged at that task for to comthe next few days. Ho expects My farm of lit) acres, 70 of w hleh It cleared for rent privately. plete the work and have it in tho hands land, li grass, remainder for J5 acn-- i are, cultUatlon, owed In of the printer by the last of tho week. corn aim tobacco on iharei. In flraded dwelling of ilx majority of Hchool dlitrlct. Hai two fire places,roomi, All indications point to a Mock two stone chimneys, and oilier outbuild-lngtobacco between 18,000 and 20,000 in Alabnma born nnd M. Mr 1rn Kings Mountnln.Ky.i. V. against tho prohibition constitutional amendment. Chairman J. Lee Long, . k' ..-who has been In charge of tho fight W-T'w-tamendment, claims that tho fagainst the arS majority will bo fully 25,000. 8 Kidos end FOR SALE NOTICEI The Farmers Drug Co., of Inwrenretiurg. has placed Eureka Tonic, nn Mile nt U Handera, UrabOrchard, and J. 1). Morton, This Ionic Is to lie taken In n half wine to a wine glasi full three, times a na It ! nrescrlbed by thn best musicians In the Htate, Ouaranteed lo cure stomach, liver ami kidney trouDies, win tie som on the streets here next county court day, Oct, II, by their salesman, Ilr. It. J.Cassldy. Minn-for- i FOR SALE GOING XMflS? tTtT-- f "- More-hom- COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Lincoln Circuit Court circuit court, rendered at the Novemlier term. II" V. In the action of the Htate Hank A Trust Co., Ouardlan, Ac .ngnlnst Dudley K, llittl, Ac, tho undersigned commissioner will on MONDAY, !1KI IS, 1W. at about I p. M In front of the court-hom- e uoor in ntantorti. Ky., oner lor sale at pun-li- e outcry to the highest nnd liest bidder on a credit ot six months thn tract ot land aVout 7 miles from Htanford, In Lincoln county, Ky. on Htanford A Wnyni'sburg nt S rhest- Dike. Iioundrd thllsi MiVi. W - FARM FOR RENT As directed hr a ludsment of the Lincoln Then see our TRUNKS from 26 to 40 inches in size and hi-h- Vs U The friends of Congressman Joe Rhinock havo announced that he will Judging that by its recent editorial the Interior Journal fears Helm would be in imminent danger of defeat in the Thero event that opposition develops. is no paper whose opinions are mo rely highly respected by tho Advocate than those of tho Interior Journal, and in this particular matter the Bplendld fore sight of the Stanford editor adds ma terially to his laurels as a prognostica-tor- . Advocate. Oh, no, Mr. Advocate, we are not in the least disturbed over the fact that Congressman Harvey is to havo opposition Helm 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 doesn't hardly become acquaint ed in Congress with its real workings in two terms in order to serve his constituency as he would like to do, but give him n third term and he will be better able to cervo the people of his district. No higher compliment can be paid to a people than to say of them Congressman Arnot be a candidate for thur B. Rouse, of Boone county, has announced himself as a candidate and he will have the backing of Mr. Rhin ock and Judge Lassing. A message from Washington states that Gov. J. C. S. Blackburn has ten dered to President Taft his resignation as a member of tho Canal Commission and governor of tho Canal Zone, and the president has accepted the same to tako effect Dec. 4, which is the end of Gov. Blackburn's leavo of absence. A conference on the amendment tobe proposed by President Taft to the in- terslato commerco act was held at the White House. Attorney General Wick- ersham, Senator Cummins, of Iowa, who will introduce a bill of hisown next week, and Senator Elkins, chairman of tho 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 wjth the legislative program of the administration at tho coming session of Congress. The first of these is that there is no probability of the Monetary Commission's report being considerad at this session. Golden SeolAYc WlM Claier, etc MilXitmJ ia 1856 rlScii. T11ow, Dmwjis, Bow Root), Wool ?&&?' f - CJnienu, "0ff Ks'J ! crntorrid LounnV sad" ctado better fee jro iKn genu cr cansaMcn ssef cH.au. Ritrcscf , wtit!y any But ia LotuWIe. Wnte I rnce litl and tlsrfsfi. Up. S23 E. Mty Apjlt. Wt tt !rtUra M. Snbol Utrktt SI. Sons, ilOU!StUl.c,KY. frwewr"" Commissioner's Sale! Lincoln Circuit Court. Judgment of the LinInobedtenoe to coln circuit court rendered nt tho November term, Uv. In the action of W. II. Mn. Habra M. Price, Ac, the undersigned commissioner will on thence iluks, n&rii W n ikpi.s in links to beech on East side ol pike H to'. K tt poles Ion stake, mVf ESI poles H rS N'. to locust In i poles poles 13 linksoldto line, with same where two white US K 7 40S K Id niles Oakland sugar tree stood a) links to wnlte oak II, Hutchison's corner poles 11 links to poplar stump SCII.KW..n ...Mwll. Illlll Kl .'I l' ....!... ., poplar on old corner nt HI poles IS links In all lit poles in links to stone Hill's corner N 7'S W II Holes to white onk Hill's corneron East sldeot pike with samo H IIS K X poles IS Unas to staxe in iront oi nouie n m v zn poles 17 links In the lieglnnlng, containing Hi acres and Wlpoles, morn or less, sute and escept one acre heretofore deeded to Hchool District No. M. The object of snle It for a division of the nroceeils. Itoudwlth good security for the purchaseg tnepurcnnsrr.iiear-Inprice win lie reiUirt-iio- i -r cent. Interest from rinteof sale until paid, having the force nnd effect of a Judgment, pnynhle to thecommlsloiierHiid secund by lien on the land, i- Hutclilnn' nut'.nenr poles IS $2.50 to $10 in price. V Leather SUIT CASES, our stock is always full and we will show them to you at J $35, $5.00, $7.50, $10.00 and $12.50. " a. D. Florence, Atty. for Plaintiff. J. II. PAXTON. M.O.UO.O. Commissioner's Sale Lincoln Circuit Court. I toward the establismcnt of a system of postal savings banks will havo to wait until the Monetary Commission report is made and a new currency law enact ed. The second is that legislation looking MATRIMONIAL. Mr. George M. Pendegraft and Miss Barbara Ella Ash, of the Parksville community, were united in marriage at the court house Monday afternoon in Danville. At Lancaster Mrs. Mabel Ray and Mr. Newton Grow, wero married at the residence of the bride at Judson, the Rev. O. P. Bush, the Baptist minister, officiating. H. F. Newland, 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 they are grateful for the favors they have received and now let's show our appreciation by sending a faithful pub lie servant back to Congress. The United States gold mines produced $94,560,000 worth of the precious metal this year, an increase of a million and a quarter over last year. Colorado leads with California and Alaska second and third, and each contribute around $20,000,000. It is not generally known, but 21 States and territories, not including Porto Rico and the Philippines, produce gold. The total of silver produced during the year was 52,440.800 fine ounces, a net decrease of 4,073,900 ounces. As the production of silver is only valued at $26,050,600, it may become the moro valuable metal if such a decrease continues. Itobert Durham nod Hannah Ilrnneii; on the West by the lands of Thos. Host and 1. H. Hughes; on the Houth by the lands of Mrs. Mary Johnson nnd H. II. Newell, the whole tract containing 70 acres. The object of the tale Is for reinvestment. TKItMrt. The sale will be made on n credit of six mouths, bond with good security for the purchase price will lie required of the purchaser, payable to the commissioner, bearing per cent. Interest from date of sale until puld, having the force mid effect of it Judgment and secured by lieu on the tnttr-eiiold. J. B. PAXTON. M.C. L.C C. K.H.Alcorn, Atty for Plaintiff. st MON DAY, DEO. IS, 1KW. As directed by n Judgment of the Lincoln In front of the new court home. In Htan. ford. Ky., at about 1 o'clock 1". M., offer for circuit court, rendered nt the Notemher sate at public outcry to tho highest nnd best term, Iw, In the ense of En lloocb, Ac, bidder on n credit of six months n house against Vloln (looch, Ac, the undersigned nnd lot near the depot In Ornb Orchard, Lin- g commlsslonerwlll ou coln county, Ky.. Iiounded thus: Itegln-ntnMON DAY, DEO. IS. HOD, at a stone In tho edge of the pike near county court day, at about 1 where stock scale! In Junction of road late- of the court house door. In P. Mm In front Htanford, Ky., ly stood; thence with line of said road W outcry to the highest for of the line of Mrs. Alice Newland lot; offer U-s-t sale nt public credit of six months, bidder, on it Pleas-ant- s; and thence with her line N to lot of Jos. thence snld line to iilko; thence 8 with two lots In Mllledgevllle, Lincoln county, Ky.,the of thus described) llnsofsnld pike to beginning, containing glnnlng nrstthe which Is of street corner liecenter In to something over an acre. C'ompton: thence his line KM poles, t The object of the sale is for a division of links to his corner on Hnndldgo; thence his the proceeds. Tho purchaser will be) re- line N ' K 7 poles II links to corneron same, quired to execute bond for the snle price, thence MHPj Wlftl poles to the center of the payable to the commissioner, bearing A per street: thence with center of street HJKM'I cent. Interest from date of sale until paid. poles 1 links to the lieglnnlng, containing I having toe force nnd effect of a Judgment acre, ! roods nnd 37 poles. nnd secured by lien on the property. The second lot Is hounded on the North by J. 11. PAXTON, M.C. L.C.C. Isaac Gibson proiwrtyjon the East by Dan-vllleHustonTllle turnpike road; on the I M. Mcltoberts, Atty. for Plaintiff. West l.y W.M,Handldge;nnd on the Houlb by K in in n Owsley, containing four ncres, more or less. The lots will bo sold separately. The object of the sale Is to satisfy the InLincoln Circuit Court. debtedness of Oeorge (looch. deceased. In obedience ton ludement of the Lincoln The purchasers will lx required toexenute circuit court rendered at the Notemlier lands, with good security for the purchase term. ll'JV. In the action of L. It, Hughes. frlce, pnyablnto the commissioner, liearlng Uunrdlan.Ac., against K. Mny Jones, Ac, the Interest from ilnte of snle until paid, having the force and effect ot n Judguiwersigneu commissioner win on ment and secured by lien on property sold. MONDAY, DKC.1.1, llsv, J. II. PAXTON, M.C. L.O.O. front of the court-hous- e at about I r. K.H.Alcorn, Atty. for Plaintiff. door. In Htanford, Ky.. offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder the undivided ' Interest of J.T. Jones'chlldren In the tract of hind near Mllledgetllle, In ItiUlUlll VUUIIIJ, iv.i, iwuuuru Ull fcuc by the Danville A iluitomllle turnnlke: on Lincoln Circuit Court. the North by the county rood the lands of LEATHER HAND BAGS. We handle the very best and newest shapes at $5.00, $7.50, $10.00 and $12.50 each. What nicer Hlt Xmas Present would one want than one of these nice bags or suit cases? Commissioner's Salel nln r.. Commissioner's Salel In obedience to it Judgment of the Lincoln circuit court, rendered nt the Novem ber term. IMU. In the action of J. il. Ilr) an. numr., eio s r.iwoou lotieii.etc, tne undersigned commissioner will on MONDAY, DEO. IS. 11M, H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Wj G. L. Penny It. H. Coffey K. It. Coleman 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 Chi cago to Irving Herrlott. Mr. and Mrs. Talbot Logan Crow, of Danville, announce the marriage of their daughter, Anna Louise, to James In Kansas City the other day a Powell Harper, Wednesday, Dec. 1, gambler died leaving a will providing 1909, Lexington, Ky. Miss Crow formthat his estate be devoted to repaying erly lived in the West End of this coun the losses of his victims. Was he act- ty and is a most charming young lady, End-e- r uated by the hope of squaring things while the groom is a former West also, he is now a prosperous stock with the Almighty, or did ho really feel that in winning from those with whom dealer in Salisbury, N. C. Mr. Fred Neighbors, of Louisville, he played he really stole what he won ? and Miss Ida Lee Bourne, of Lancas A man whs plays on the top of a table and a square game, ought not to have ter, drove over from the bride's home such gnawing of conscience unless he and wero married by Elder F. M. Tinwon his money from those who didn't der at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. W. K. Warner, of this place, know the game. Tuesday night. Mr. Neighbors is a Wellman ought to go slow in de- valued employe of tho L. & N. and is a nouncing Cook as a fakir. A man splendid young man, while the bride is who failed so utterly to reach the pole both a pretty and charming young lady. by balloon, that is to say, he got only Thoy left Wednesday for Louisville, within a few thousand miles of it, where they will make their home in the ought to have sense enough to go future. away back and sit down. What does Bids for the cbampiouship fight be His he know about poles anyway? entire stock in trade is gab and ho is tween James Jeffries and Jack John-Bo- n were opened in Hoboken. N. J., and still working it for all it is worth. bscause of the numerous and large of The L. & N. officials deny that that fers made it was decided to postpone road has bought the Lexington & East the selection of the battleground for a ern, though a great deal worst thing few days. The offers were the largest might happen to tho latter road. Presi ever made for a prize-rin- g encounter. dent Smith is ever on the alert for a the A clsver woman calls more worlds to conquer, that is to say, prescription because It more railroads to absorb, and we take sunshine this statement cum grano satis. If it changed her from a miserable, nerv ous dyspeptic into a bright, healthy, hasn't bought it it will. happy weman in a few weeks. Stops stomach distress lo 5 minutes. Penny POLITICAL. guarantees them. Large box 60c. Ml-o-n- COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Lincoln Circuit Court. Pursuant to n judgment of the Lincoln circuit court, rendered at the Noemlr term, rou. In me action of Mist Annie t:. Dunn. .tc. niralnsl Mrs. K. M. Dunn's Heirs. Ao the undersigned commissioner will ou the highest and best bidder the nous nnd lot on Danville Htreet. In Htanforil, Lincoln county, Ky., thus described I lleglunlng at n stake In the East edge of the Dnnxllle pike, corner to lot of J.rt Itlco; thence with that line on Eastward course about SKI feet to the line of M. I). Klinore: thence u Northward course with his lino 75 feet Cinches; thence with bis line a Westward course Zli feettoKast edge ot Danville pike; thence with Kastedgeof same 75 feet to the beginning, The object of the sale Is to satisfy the debts of Miss Annie K. Dunu for I,IKS(K, witn oper cent, interest jrom jiarcn k, isni, credited by 5iu paid Jon. 1, IfJN, and of Mrs. Lou W. Kmliry for II,?. 8), with A per cent. Interest from March , pwl. credited by I5U) paid Jan. 1, WJN. against the estate of Mrs. V. M. Dunn and the costs of the said action. TKHMH. The sale will be mnde on credits ot six uud 12 months In equal Installments; Dona wuu goou security lor me purcnase Drtco will be required of the purchaser. pay able to the commissioner, beurlngApercent. interest irom uate ot sum until paid, minus the force aud effect of a Judgment nnd secured by lien. MONDAY, DKO.IS, IKW, In front of the iourt house door. In Htan-lorKy., offer for sale at public auction to county court day, at about 1 r. v.. In front of the new court house. In Htnnford, Ky , offer for sale at public outcry lo the highest and best bidder, on a credit of six months the home and lot near Htanford, In Lincoln county. Ky.,on the East side of the Danville A Htnnford turnpike, bounded on the West by said pike; on thn North and East by the (ami of John Bright; on the Houth by the land of W. II. II III. containing W poles, and known as the "old lollgate" prop- eny.i Tile oblect of the sale Is to liar the In debtednessof Mrs. Mniy 11. llryiiu and dl metneremainorr among nerneirsni law. Tne ourcnaser will be reuuireii 10 execute bond for the purchase price, pa) able to thn commissioner, due In six months, bearing 8 per cent, interest from unle 01 sum until lutld, having the force mid effect of a Judgment, nnd secured by lien on tho property sold. The shares of the Infants, Loralne Tottenand VernTolten. will remain n lien on the property until they attain the age of 21, unless their guardian In the mean time executes the bond rnuulred by thn Civil Code, J. 11. PAXTON, JI.l', I..U.O, 0. 11. Haufley, Atty. for Plaintiffs. 3 Vmolf The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil, is a most Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and Strength. It is Especially Useful For Persistent Coughs and Colds, Sold under a Guarantee at Commissioner's Salel Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to n ludiimeut of the Lincoln circuit court rendered nt the November term. low. In the nctlon of Knit Kcssllnu. liuurdlun. A., agalnit Kred VoiiUruenlgaii, Acme undersigned commissioner win on MONDAY, DEO. U. ltfW, 1 rfr r Gov. Willeon appointed Hon C. Bagby, of Danville, special judge the Bourbon circuit court. Lawson Reno, a banker, has been appointed collector to succeed E. T. Franks, of the Owensboro dUtrict upon the recommendation of Senator Bradley, Gov. Wllteon appointed Hon. W. W Stephenson, of Harrodsburg, special Judge of the Pulaski Circuit Court to preside at tho trial of a case where the regular judge was disqualified. Nat Goodwin's fourth mother-in-lahas become a French citizen. Her declared reason was that she would now be enabled to bring her Parisian gowns Into her old country without paying duty. Clearly the family contains at least one thrifty member. Louisville Times. omul. Kill catarrh germs by breatalnglly- Penny guarantees It to cure catarrh, sore throat, coughs and colds. Representative Sberley, of Ken- Com pie lo outfit with inhaler II. Very tucky, declared bis purpose of urging pleasant to use. at about P. M In front of thu court house door. I u Htanford, Ky., offer for sale nt public outcry to the highest nod beat bidder on In it credit of six months an undivided terest in tne following lauds on tnu waters of Lilck iirancn 01 Hanging fork in Lincoln county, Ky. 1 A tract bounded onthe Enst by the, land HlniiiMjii's heirs; on the West by J. Ii. PAXTON, M. O. L. C. C. of Alfred Mrs. Kutherlne Adorund David thelnndsof Kennedy; on the North by the land of AlK. H. Alcorn, Atty. for Plaintiffs. bert VoiuJrueiilgun; on the Houtlt by the county rood. t A tract of land bounded by the land of Mrs. Kntberlnn Ador and others, more particularly described In the iietltlon which Is We, whose names appear below, strictly referred to for u description. forbid hunting, ashing or any kind of tresThe purchusen will be required to glte passing on our places and will prosecute vi- bonds with (mod security for the purohaso olators to the full extent of the law. payable to thn commissioner, bearing Jirlce, cent. Interest from dale of sale until Miss Mattle llewes, Helchenbacn Bros, A.T. Travlor. Kred Uaumaun paid, huvlng the forco and effect of u JudgN, II. PJuuiiner, LllburnUoocb, ment and secured by lien on the property It. O. Nunuelley, sold. J. II. PAXTON, M.O. L.U.U. Win Jieiter, J. W. Peck. J.W, Ilaugbman. K. H. Alcorn, Atty. for 1'lalntlff. David Htevens, J. IS. Ilruce, JounOainenlsch. Wm.Oordter. M. u. Kiruore, DnnTrarlor, KreU Handorf, UotlihOllck. 11. M. Anderson, J, J. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Jus. II. Kadi Lincoln Circuit Court. J. K. Moser, Mrs. N.J. Horton A. Kinasa Mrs.ueo. LiOgun. J. J. Elliott. W. It. Duugherty, Frank Conner, W. 11. ltoutt'i Adiur., I'lilntlfl. vi Wm. Dr. (1. a. Perry. Iter. Father Leo, Moreland, Defendant. Notice of Hale. n. 11. liaugnmnn, u. w.uaines InnlMllence to a ludiimeut rendered In A. D. Hoot. Uriah Albrlulit. the aboro styled court and action at the Mrs. Margaret uoocu, jacon iianuer term. Iwm, thu undersigned commis Ueo.O.tllvens, w.M.rruyior sioner win nt niMiui i r, x. on Ham Iloherts, j on ii juier. Hchaefer, M.J. Hofmann. MONDAY, DEO. 1.1, IWX. Amend A.K. Matbeuy K.T. lleaxley In front of the court house doorlnHlanford, Mrs. J. 11. Owsley, I.. H.Ourner. Ky., offer for tale at puuno outcry to tne 11. L. Kaguley, M.J. Morgan, highest and best Udder on a credit of six II. O. Wutkfus, H.T. Harris. ot an undivided ) In months the H.Orow, O. Hundley. Jl. J. remainder, subject to the life estate of Mrs. O. K.McClure, Mrs. Nannie ll.Oood, In it tract of HO acres of M. W Moreland Autuu lloneckur. Anderson Ourr the Hanging Kred VouUruenlguu land on the waters of bounded on theFork In W. M. Dlshon, North Llmolu county, Ky., T. L. Iliiughman, Mrs. Kate Ador by the land of A. w.unrpenterfon tun Itidieccii It. Carpenter IiylheHumuelllelmhinds;oiithe Westkui Irs Nlotlluu. by W. Kopiitx, M. r. lJiwrence, tfiouiiiuriii?iJwid D.Hevlers, JollllH. Lee, the land of It. C. Nuuuellvy und illtl li l , "" Tom Kerrlll, Christian Jacob, Hill land. Kred Poyk. l. W. lltmuii, Tlieobjuot ot the sale Is to satisfy plain-tiffAlex Cooper, J. Nevln Curler. 1101.75, with debt Mrs. W. CI. Welch. A percent, against defendant fur IWJo, until K. II. Dunham, luterest from June 13, 11. U. Anderson, W. D. rjoocb, puld and the costs. (Ills Uelsil. T. A. Illce. give Tim Chris Cumenlsch. bond purchaser will be required to lteuben Curtis, Tlusley ifpoonamore price, with good security for the purchase James Huilth, payable to the coiumlsilontr, bearing A. I Carter, P. W. Carter, 4 per cent. Interest from date of sale uutll W. P.Orlmes, II. W.Oalnes. paid, having the force and effect of a JudgW. M. Fields1 J.L. Holticlaw, ment and secured by Hen. Mrs.Mattlt. WhIU. II. E. Haloes. X, V. KOBMTT.HpsclalOoinmlssloner. MUiMary PeppUi, W. 12. Keeton, PENNY'S DRUG STORE, B(anfordt Kentucky. POSTED. RAIN COATS Choose any from the new ones we show, - n " If Commissioner's Salel and you're sure of being right, for they're er PILE OF STYLE ww one-ha- lf ; Make and that's an index of there being none iiiennf, Cnnri P.lnthPQ cssTiRfv nnrl uihon fkiot sw.E. w,ww w.w..ww ww...w.j, ... ..,w.. vwwj don't, wfi do. Either wav vou'rfi nrotfir.rfiH. , ,rf - vv. r, v.ww.wwse --- - - -- rf 's W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. !:i: imn ,ihwu,im '" lH'fmnimwm.mHMiAflWJ,f'' ifly7'tf''iiqilili '" 'mi9 M"wn " ' w' .3 S THf? DATE OP OUR SEMI-ANNUA- L REDUCTION SALE ! You, who Imvo not bought, come to thin Bale. Wo will sell nil Odds and Ends nnd Kcmnnnts at nbdut one Imlf their vnlue. Wo will save you a lot of money on n Cloak, Suit, Skirt, Children' Cloak?, Heavy Goods, Ktc, Remember our snlcs never disappoint. You will find tho goods in this sale juit as advertised. In spile of the Inct that many merchants think it folly to fell (lcfiral)lo cood right at Winter's threshold at reduced prices, hut wo still hcliovo our policy to carry none over if a sacrifico talc Sale closes Dec. 31. Sec circular for fnrther Information. Now Towels, N ew will nut them in tho homes of our customer. IIuclc for Towels, New Handkerchiefs. Bv 'c (!", ... SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. & SON, s STANFORD KY. L. II. Hughes T. W. Humblo W. O. Martin Look at our new designs in Roches CHURCH MATTERS. A few more Runs left at White's tcr Ware. W. II. Hfggfns. storo. John Harvard, a Negro preacher who Our Christmas stock Is arriving. shot and fatally wounded W. B. Booth Watch for tho Brass salo "ad" at W. II. near Cochran, Ga., was captured five Dont fall to ace our display. 3, 1909 Warner's storo. BTAwronn, Ky., - Dr. miles from there and burned at tho Higglns. y Don't forget Karris opening stake. CLO1HIN0, kid gloves, neck ties, fanSour great bargains In box piper aro from 2 to 8 r. M. There will bo a special sermon at the being closed out to make room for new cy vests made good as new. Suits made Christian church Sunday morning by For proscnts that aro beautiful nnd to measure. J. F. Brady. stock at Penny's Drug Store. 4t. Rev. D. M. Walker. His subject will lasting, go to W. II. Mueller. Ladies' are invited to Nowland'a be: "Why Every Woman In tho Church PERSONALS. Friday Dec. 3rd from 2 to 8 is the Dec. 8, to get a cup of Maxwell house Should be a Member of the C. W. B. J. J. COZATT, of 1'arksville, was hero dato of our Xmas opening. Farris'. M." All tho ladies are cordially invitblend coffee, free of chargo. Tuesday. ed. Meat cutters, lard presses, sausago Mr. Rkuiien Kngleman, who has The person who borrowed my roofing Our Methodist brethren aro noted lard cans etc., at W. II. stulTcrs, been qulto sick, Is better. tools will plcaso return them. I need for doing things. In the Albany Park Hon. Harvey Helm was In Nicholas-vlll- e them now. J. A. Allen, Stanford. section at Chicago they organized a and Richmond this week. The grandest display of Xmas goods To nil parties holding treasurer claims church nnd erected a building, furnishPekjiy pnt several ever shown wo have this season Dec. 3 Mastfk Iuo erne in and get your tax receipt. ed it, Installed electric lights nnd dedidays with relatives In Madison. Karris'. . Your treasurer claims will now bo paid cated tho structuro with a membership Wiixig Hen Weaben is assisting of 20 and a subscription of $1,000 all In Newland will treat tho Iadi es, Wed in full. T. J. Hill, Sheriff. busy season. Geo. II. Parris during the four days. That's moving some. nesday, to a cup of Maxwell house Miss Joan Mount, of Lancaster, was Talk with me before buying a type The Methodist and Presbyterian contho guest of Miss Salllo Taylor Woods. blend coffee. writer, and see sample at my home. T. gregations will worship together SunMtss Lena Deck, of MeKinncy, is Wanted to exchange lumber for corn A. Brackctt, local agent for Standard day morning and night in the Presbythe guest of Miss Margaret Uibb this and hay. Terry & Newell, Hustonvillo Typewriter Exchange, New York. terian church. Rev. J. J. Dickey will m week. occupy 2t. pulpit. This is in conseIt. P. D. No. 1. Bought a Home. W. P. Kincaid, quence the A LITTLE daughter has arrived to of repairs being made on the tho tobacco man, has bought of Cicero Lost, between Stanford and bless tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. II. Methodist church. Until the repairs at Reynolds his houso and lot on Logan aro completed the Methodist Sunday vllle, a long tan cloak. Farris. Avenue for $2,051 20. I mmediate pos- & Son's. J, J. McCaix, of MarcUburg, was Severance school will meet in the Odd Fellows' Rpflnlnn plvpn. tho guest of his sister, Mrs. Agnes building. J. K. Cover postponed his salo yesHerrln. Fire. Frank Hazelett's house, near! terday on account of rain till Dec. 11th. Honor Roll of Stanford Graded and Miss Alleen IIoUrne, of Gsrrard. See "ad" in next issue. Highland, caught fir a the other da High School for November: is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. W. K. and a great many of the contents were Addison Grade 1 Joanna Ballou, Warner. Wanted, to buy a good Lincoln coun- burned. However, the house was Bavcd Bell, Harvey Embry, Mack Farmer, Mrs. Cleveland Hosn, of Garrard, ty farm of the value of $20,000 to after hard work of kind neighbors and George Fleece Farris, Joe Grimes, Maspent several days with her sister, Mrs. Address Lock Box 201, Stanford, friends. rie Powell, Thelma Powell, Margaret Ky. J. C. Eubanks. J. Wahd Moore, of Crab Orchard, W. F. Mann has attained an enviablo Shanks, Powell Withers, Ida Pettus. Ladies, go to Newland'a grocery on Mary Grade 2 Emily Camenisch, was In Lexington this week attending field of theatrical Wednesday Dec. 8, and get free of reputation in the the horse sales. management because his ventures have Brackett, Mary F. Cormncy, Bessie cup of Maxwell Beazley, Eloiso Stella Mr. and Mrs. A. Aduams and Miss charge, a delicious been successes. One of his most popular McAllister, Iiuchanan, of Crab Orchard, were house blend coffee. Jean productions is the dramatization of Walker, Daisy Lunsford, Sadie Wear-eSam Craig, Rebecca Goldstein, here Wednesday. farm on Mary J. Holmes' famous novel, "Temp Farm Kor Sale. Mrs. J. M. Deniiam and children, of Dix river, four miles North of Stanford est and Sunshine," which will be seen Walker Hubble, Morris Jackson. Grade 3 Earl Baughman, Clara Cash, Philip, S. D arc with Messrs. W. L. and near Hubble. Improvements fairly at Walton's Opera Houso on Saturday Tildcn Cooper, Bailey Dawes, Margaand J. M. McCnrty. good and splendid new barn. J. F. night Dec. 4. ret Davison, Thelma Francis, Rachel John Henry Shanks is assisting In Rigney & Son, Stanford. Miss Nettie Wray, who has been Hill, Willie Rankin, Sarah Traylor, Anthe Lincoln County National Bank durSomerset is passing through now one tho chief operator of tho telcphono ex nette, Wearen. ing the rush of business. v Grade 4 Morris Bruce, Annie Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Warren, of tho hottest local option campaigns it change here for a number of years, has Craig, Frances Embry, Birdie who have been with relatives hero, re- hss evor experienced. It comes oil resigned to accept a position with a Tuesday and tho prediction is that the Chicago firm. The patrons here regret Ford, Eva Hazelwood, Nancy Kather-m- o turned to Middlesboro Tuesday. McKinney. Mrs. S.JD. BarTLEtt very elegantly drys will win by a handsomo majority. very much to have her leave, but wish her every success in her new undertakGrade (5 Matsy Grimes, Nellie Wilentertained "at cards" Thursday afterW. S. (Bud) ing. Three Kins Broken. ., Miss Wray leftTuesday for son Hill, Grace Hearst, Lettie Walker noon at her on Hush Branch road. Embry had three ribs broken the other where sho will travel in the McKinney, Jean I'axton, Henley Cash, Woods Walker and Hor- day while harnessing some mules, one Mesdames Clinton Coleman, Joe T. Embry, Husace Herndon, of Garrard, were hero tho backing him up against tho manger and "land of flowers" for some time. guests of Mrs. J. C. Hays Tuesday. "Tempest and Sunshine," a drama. ton Gentry, Jesse Hocker. causing the above results. Ho is getItORT T. BRUCE came near losing his White, James Grade 6 Willie C. ting along very nicely. tization of Mary J. Holmes' clever novel right eye by a piece on a corn crusher offering at Walton's Opera Tribble. Ella Eichenbcrger, Maud Arwill bo the Haiiky Jacous. the McKinney monuflying oft" and striking the above mem House on Saturday night Dec. 4. It nold, Josephine Morris, Prescott Brown, twr. ment man, erected on last Thursday deals with a people great in their airr- - Effie Ware, Tillio Goldstein. Georgia Clever J. C. Reynolds has been in Buffalo Springs cemetery, a 14,000- - pllcity and grand in their intensity, em- Cabell, Lewis Proctor. D. Bibb, Saliie M. working as night agent and operator at pound family monument, with which bodying all that is fair and just, a peoGrado the denot for several days. Ho makes a tho family and all who have seen it, ple whoso hearts aro bursting with love, Craig, Mary S. Cook, Boyce Hunn, aro well pleased. Cicero Reynold. good man. truth and honty, and from whom jus- Anna D. McRoberts, John T. McAlis MaMrs. M. E. Phuitt any pretty little tice can't be bought. Interpreted by a ter, Mary M. Raney, Verna Rout, mie Singleton, William Yager, William daughter, Elizabeth, of Uurnside, are After a month of as pretty weather clever caat. Grimes. the guesta of their parents, Mr. and si tho oldest inhabitant ever saw, rain Attempted Suicide. Joe ThompGrade 8 EfTie Baughman, Robert began falling in torrents yesterday, but Mrs Bedell Chancellor. Congressman IIelu and his private as it was much needed, we have no son, of Prcachersville, aged about 23, Carter, Arthur Coffey, Marion Grimes, secretary, Mr.lGeo. L. Willis, will leave cause for complaint. Farmers gener and son of J. M. Thompson, attempted Eva Moser, Nancy Yeager. Saturday night for Washington to boon ally have been complaining of the dry Buicide Tuesday by taking a largo dose Freshman Joe W. Hill, Lillian Muelof corrosivo sublimate. Mr. Thompson ler, Mary E. McKinney, Elsie Morris, hand at the opening of Congress. spell. had recently married a daughter of W. Flora Morris, Lucy Lee Walton, Ella The editor of this paper is trying To Printers. This olflco has for sale H. Cummins, of Preachersvillo. Drs. Warren. again the waters of Martinsville, Ind , Sophomore Lissa Iloltzclaw, Virgin-l- a for his rheumatics. We hope it will a lot of display and body type which has Brown and Phillips were called to reMahony, Willie Moore, Emma Naprove beneficial to him and that ho will been used very little, a medium sized lievo tho young man's sufferings and Mr. pier, Annie Lewis Gentry. with him. rid himself of that dread diseaso before Imposing stone, a lot of cases, and bov worked Incessantly cral cone pulleys. Will go cheap if Bold Thompson is reported as getting along Junior Saliie Burdette, Elizabeth he return homo. Mrs. R. R. Gentry and children, at once. Interior Journal office, as well as could be expected, but is not Higgins, Joseph Hopper. " out of danger yet. Annio Lewis, Catherine and Huston, Stanford, Ky. Senior Thomas Bright. left yesterday for Frankfort to join tho trial The informal reception given to tho Sworn Off Bench. In tho Wednes-of husband nnd father, whero they will Hustonville, home, much to the public at the Mothodist parsonage on Nathan Pipes, at make their future day, charged with poisoning a lot of regret of their many Stanford friends, Tuesday afternoon and evening was I..offer tnv servlcvs to the poonlo of Lin.. . i. greatly enjoyed by all present. Tho cattle and horses, belonging to W. G. ity nniiBiiiriiun Squire guarunteo II. W. MoWUOUTKK. 1 Cowan, of tho West End, young people came In the evening. Tho 1). No. Moreliinii, Ky., It K. LOCALS. off sworn was pleasure of the occasion was much in W. M. Dudderar the bench by tho defendant through OR Wanted, to buy a piano. Emil creased by Miss Fctro'a delightful mu- his counsel, lions. Robert Harding, J. FOR sic. Grcenberg. N. Saunders and Geo. E. Stone, from or rent, containing T that gentleman One S Don't forget to go to Newland'a on 'Tempest and Sunshine" is a spirited aitting in the case and The examining rooms,bouse for tale fruit, 8 ucrrs of land, porches, good good outbuildings; on the Bomertot pike, 4 Southern comedy drama that rings true vacated the bench. Wednesday. Kor further particufrom In its many original and distinct charac trial is sot for Tuesday at Hustonville, mileswrite Htnnfonl. V. A, 1IOHQK, Mil) wood, Ky. lar!, New line of fancy ginghams, calicoes ten, with a romantic story, and ixres at which trial it ia likely that Squire ' istibio appeal to tho human heart and James McKechnie will preside. County etc, at White'a store. 1 FOR an unending aeries of Ingenious compli Attorney Burch nnd Geo. B. Saufley nlco holiday presents go to MueFor (lover Hotel, nt Crab Orchard, alto storecations and surprises. A remarkable represent tho Commonwealth. room Juil across street, with pout oOlce ller's jewelry store. cast, realistic scenery, novel and com' and u cottage or onloe of three . Tub successful dramatization of Mary rooms. All necensury outbullUlugs. Next month la Xmas; see tho lino of pleto to be seen at Walton's Opera MIW.OUItTIHHOVKIt. J, Holmes' popular novel, "Tempest Urab Orchard, Ky. Houso on Saturday night, Dec. 4. W. II. Mueller, the jeweler. by Lem B. Parker, has and Sunshine," anywhere in town on Goods delivered FOR RENT-- ! Between COO.OOO and 700,000 pounds given W. P. Mann an opportunity of short notice. W. W. White. of tobacco havo been bought by Mr. W. producing this popular novel In its enFor 1910 my farm of 03 ncres nt Drub Orchyear tirety for the benefit of admirers of ard 5 to 10 ticres of Man tobacco luud, Chrysanthemums at Due per doze P. Kincaid in Lincoln county this for corn, imiulow mid average of about 13c. It la said Mary J. Holmes. Tho dramatization further Information call ou J pasture. Kor at an ward Moore, with vines. Ed Hubbard, Stanford. emphasizes clearly tho direct opposites ('rabl)rchard. Ky., or address uie nt Hun that the yield in Lincoln this year ex dersouWIle, N,l "Tempest and OIIAH. II. HINU LUTON. Our Christmas window trimmer is in cels that of last year in point of grade. in tempcrment of two beautiful Southern girls Just think of the "weed" bringing town. Seo his latest. W. II. Higglns. $78,000 or more Into tho pockets of Lin brought into prominence by the lovable Notltt ef Application f er Pardon coin county people I Mr. Kincaid is character of ono and the devilishness of If you aro looking for fresh oysters who by her deceit and hypo-cric- y and celery go to J. D. Horton'a restau- prizing about 10 hogsheads per day tho other, hereby II. Notice cause, all manner of direful dis Kennedy, U ho wus given that atJamesJune the conWcted at his warehouse here. At his home at rant. Iwl, of the Lincoln circuit court, ot Paint Lick he has bought nearly 1,000,- - aster In consequence of which Innocent term.murder ot Milton Kutti, will ask the the pardon WE want to see all of our friends and 000 pounds at an averago of about 13c parties are made to Butler for the guilty. governor for a governorund ull whoIn object writand state notify the Opera House Saturday will any objection. J AS. lLKHMMKUT. patrons, Friday Dec. 3rd from 2 to 8. and prlzea 30 hogsheads per day. That At Walton's ing fulNov.,lMM. night Dec. 4. Is going some. Farrta'. 1 I-. i m Dan-Lea$30.-000. n, 115-acr- e m le -Gaines-ville.Flainnie Purs I Purs I We have just received an elegant line of Furs. Prices from $10 to $25 per set. See our window. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE, STANFORD, Saturday, Dec. 4, 1909. W. F. Mans Presents MISS DOLCE MELROSE and MISS MADGE THURSTON Tempest and Sunshine, A Dramatization of MARY Famous Novel. J. HOLMES' A Beautiful Story of Southern Life. 2ND SUCCESSFUL SEASON. Special Scenic Production. Prices, 25, 50 and 75c. Reserved Seats on Salo nt SHUGARS & TANNER'S. M. G. MURPHY. J. W. ACTON. Auctioneer! - ..-- SALE RENT. in We still save you money, nnd you will never know positively v. nether can show you any advantage to bo gained by giving us u share of your business, until you havo given us a fair trial. So try paying as you go and you will iiud it is to your advantage as well as to ours. A few Mtniple price Dec. 1, subject to market fluctuations: Guaranteed best patent flour 87c, 24 pound sack; half patent 82c; Arbuckle's Cofl'eo 15c; Arm & Hnmiuer Soda lc; Keg Soda, 2 pounds, 5c; Matches, large box, 1c; Ohio River Salt,280 pounds, 81.50; Firo Proof Oil 12c per gallou. Wo aro headquarters for solid leather Shoes Chap'em open, all solid, $4; Patent Colt, Vici Kid and Box Calf, $3.53; 83.50 Patent Colt, Gnu MeUl and Box Calf Shoes for 82.98; Men's Hrogana 81.25; Boys' solid leather Shoes 81.25; Ladies' solid leuther Shoes 81.35; Men's extra, heavy, double front Overalls 94c; Men's heavy fleeced Underwear 44c each; best Outiuga, any color, 9Jc; Ginghams CJc; Heavy Dress Ginghams Qc. A full line of Men's Felts.Meu's, Ladies' and Misses' Rubbers uud Ovcrthoee. Eggs are 27 today. MURPHY A ACTON, Tho Cash Bargain Store, Bring Your Cattle and Mules to Stanford. SALE Kings Mountain Ky. Nunnelley's New Stock Ydrds Are now completed and are ready for ull kinds of live stock, with good covered peus and accomplenty of feed and wuter. Fint-cuimodations and charges reafonuble. Your uup-po- rt uud patronage cordially solicited. Phoue No. 1. Court Day, Secoud Monday. IhiI-mi- Sun-shine- ," m I. M. BRUCE, Auiatanf. H- - The Interior Journal. tmmd-claf itttSe Pott-Of- c matter. of Stanford L. N. TIME THBLE No.ll.Houth.lllMr.. No.,nouth,10itS A M. North, 4IIO A. M. No. No. W. North, f:U r. M. No.T7,10:MA. X. PARMER'S DKPARTMKHT. hofrs, For Salb. Three fat. S. J. Embry, Sr. Sixty young mule for sale L, P. Nunnellcy, Stanford. caltlo. W. For Sale. 25 r. Log-an-, Stanford, R. F. D. No. 1. Joe and Wat Jnrboe, of Lebanon, d d pur-chas- . TURKEYS FOR SALE! dress NOTICE! We ask the patronage of our friends and nursery neighbors for our home-grow- n stock. It Is carefiillrselected.elean. thrifty nnd well grown, Price are reasonable. Ad Oobbleri and hens of the Langyrdon Conger and Owen A Ilarbce strain for sale. Thoroughbred bronse, large, bonjiand baau- Man. w. r.l'innua tlful nliimsae. II. li.i, mamoru. l'tione r . i u Kings Mountain, Lincoln Co., Ky, . J.A.McKAg. J. J. BELDEN, mlng,. raper Hanging, nun ami iMcasiimn-Hhoopposite depot. nig J, J. 1UI. bus, Stanford, Ky Kor Home and Carriage lYilnllngnnitTrtm' Small Farm For Rent! t. $165. No.,J!WP. M. ticorgo Rankin, of Scott county, sold to W. G. McCllntock, of Paris, a pair of mules for $3G0. Messrs. Bright and Fox, of Danville, Surgeon Dontlst, bought,. In Richmond, Monday, seven STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. mules at $130 to 180. L. C. Rlddcll, of Mt. Sterling, sold to Office over McRoberta' Drug Store in Mr. Baldwin, of Richmond, one pair of the Owsley Building. sorrel mules for $336. William Burton, of Lancaster bought 1 a carload of mules from various persons, tho price ranging from $150 to The farm of IW acres, of good Woe Brass land. Ulna one mil North of McKlnney,on $185. u.. the Htnnford pike. improvement- IfUlla W. B. Burton, of Lancaster, bought inl nt vratflr And Alio m acres of timbered land one mllo four mules at Richmond averaging $160, Kastof McKlnney J half under fence; plenty of water and good tobacco land. Hee arow and 18 mules from Gover at Crab J, A. UIVKNH. Ageni, uin.iup. sicKlnney.Ky, Orchard at $100. The Security Vault & Trust Co , of Lexington, purchased from J udgo Lew Sterling, his farm tailor of Hare your measure taken by awhetbera low is Apperson, of Mt. Then your clothes, of 391 acres at $106. price business suit or tho finest evening M. J. Hoffman sold the two jennets clothes, will have that Individuality and lit which plainly indicate they wero made to your meaiure. I will alio take your meas-nr- e and two colts advertised in this paper for eitra trousers, fancy vests, top for $300 to Stigall Bros., of Boyle; also enatst and overcoats. Kail and Winter sample ou hand ready for your inspection two pairs of mules for $500 to same II. O. nUPLKY.TheTallor.Ky. party. Stanford, Joe Phillips & Son, of Lebanon, purchased of Adair county parties 78 mules FOB SALE! JOS. S. RICE, Agont. Mrs. Nora Ooodknlglit's farm on Danville Avenue lor rent lor mu.near graatii scimm unfailing cistern and pond large barn am Dee Burdette, of Lebanon, sold to inml homo and nuthouses. Het Mrs. Oood knight homo on lucaster Carmichael, of Jackson, Miss., 23 mules WANTED TO BENT SMALL FARM Avenue nt her townplace. old rentel In Wayne county 28 mules at lPSv(t' i A v 1 at $175. A. S. PRICE, I want to rent a small farm of TO to KM acres, two or thrro miles rrom niamoru. imut iiArtlv lii cultivation and partly In grass. Hmall house dcslrvd. Address w. K., care Interior Journal Olllce, Man- ford, Ky. infr 1 HOME FOR SALE! or eight rooms anil ail One story cotta ulldliigs. l.ol contains one necessarr illvlilctl inlfteo' lotonwnicn is roomy hum, buggy nnuse, corn crin, eic. iiiioii Burden simiI.TIiIs Is a delrnhln nlnoe, locat ed on corner ot Whitley and Miller streets. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. I desire to sell privately my sloclc of Hardware. Doing n good busi- mr.. A. H.HOt.TZ'l.AW,Hlnnford,K; FARM FOR SALE ness. Will invoice about liW). llcasou-I- II SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGIhealth. NEERING. OEO. t). HOI'PKU.HtanfordKy. MASON'S MEET. - FalL'and Winter Stock. Lincoln Lodge No.lW K.A A. M. still meet oer the telephone through the Hustonville In stated communication on each first nnd r.AviimiKr. 7::w third Monday nights of each month, atHtan- WALfKUMoKlNNKV. o'clock Id their hall on main streeet, ford, Ky. Members of sister louses itroirH- ternally invited to do present, i. W. fen- nington, rice. l nut rreitnrvu a... nu i.iM.i. ui .i..k..iii,. nun. .in j imn kiiiu ami civil engineering promptly. My work will Iw guaranteed and my prices are reasonable. Write me at McKliinev or call nu . ,, ... NOTICE! B. D. CARTER, New Liverw. Depot Stroot, Phone 96. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. You nro hereby notltled that Tom (arris. ho Is now confined In the mate iwnltf Hil ary for shooting one Flavlus (Ireer. will make application to the Htate Hoard of I'rlson (foiumlssloners nt Krankfort, Ky., on Tuesday, theTthday of Itecembcr, Its'.', for a Parole from said Penitentiary, Witness my hand this Nobember M, Uw. Tt)M HAItUlB. .1T'"- - H. i ' tIi JvJ w V. Easy in Any Position. Full line Dutches Troiicrs in latwt Fabric, WorttwU, CWimcrca and Corduroys. All guaranteed with plenty of tylo and na, $2 to 17.50. Call nnd inspect our lino heforo you buy. well as the freshest of cut flowers, plants of, all kinds, bulbs, potted flowers,of on short wreaths notice. Also make a specialty lor for funeral purposes. nbove, I have all In connection with the kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable OltltlBTMAK OHKKN IIOUHKH, ED IlCtlllAKI), l'ROII. Htnnford, Ky, CUT FLOWERS t -- .M r.i.italt ti nntll with the best, Fruit And Ornamintal Everything forDrchanl, ns at prices ranging from $150 to $200. Also two horses at $175 each. Three ewes and two bucks came to my place about Sept. 10, 1909; owner may get (hem by paying for this no tice and their keep. W. M. Bright. Home For Sale! Trtis ! Insurts Tobacco and Tobacco larns. Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, SO; The Insurance Man. Office, MS. STANFORD, KY. Kesldence I'hone Insure with me and bo fully protected. CONCRETING We are In position to do nil kinds of concreting, such ns Hlock Work, I'avinnents thing from r and. In fact, we can make nnyWe cull servo house down too fence post. s you promptly nnd Runrantee Call nnd get our prices work and material. before you buyyourmuterlalat leust. first-clas- PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. INSURANCE. I bacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life.LiveStock.Health and Accident, Plate Glass.Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount. Insures Tobacco, R. B. MAHOISY To- J,L,Beazley&Co., ly No Agents. an acre 01 lanu. auuiiubiii uumuuuiun. and ail In good repair. located In local option town where a good graded school runs H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS, nine months. Abundant water of the best cash nnd Ky. For Sale. Three Tamworth boara variety. One third per cent. balance til one and two cars nt by the champion Dixon and out of an DK.W.M.DOOUKH. Crab Orchard. Ky. FARM FOR SALE 0BHENT. imported sow. Will weigh 150 pounds. phone Sam K. Dudderar, Stanford, 123x. Contains 110 acres, liest tobacco land In R. E. Young, Sr., of Lebanon, sold the county, IS miles from McKlnney. Will sell or rent. Has twodwelllugs.oneot four J. L. Kijcin, Pror., to John W. Russell, of Atlanta, 25 cot rooms and the other of two rooms. Two ton mules at $192.50 per head. Buckler orchanlsof nearly S"l trees. Tolmcco Imrn DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Hint will uom lu acres 01 lowtcco ' ouen(iesi & Sanders, of Lebanon, sold to same farm In Kentucky at price. party 10 at $187.50. o.n.im.vwNKii, McKlnney, Ky. A pale red dehorned cow, eight years Ijirse. nlrv outside rooms. Commercial old, under bit in right ear, whito spot travelers it specialty. Hpeclal rates by week or month. The proprietor is n former Linon left flank, white tail with a portion coln county man nnd his friends should re " of the bush oil, gives two gallons of member mm wneu sioppmK milk a day, left my place Nov. 20. ReFurniture and Undertaking. ward. William James, Rowland. Mr. E. V. Carson, of Hustonville, is Day Phono L'S. the boss tobacco man. A portion of Night Phono lid. Denier In nnd Manufacturer of; his crop brought 20 cents per pound on KentucKy. the local breaks, arfd his entire offer- Marblo and Cranlto- - Monu ing made an average of over 16 cents a pound. On an average, he Is getting Posts, Cemetery nnd Lawn about $375 per acre for his crop of six Markers and Vnsesnnd hettees. OlllCI nnd works, Mc- Kinney, Ky. Advocate. acres liming uttered considerable annoyance The top price for sheep on the Chinnd dnmnge from outlaws, in breaking gate bitches and tearing down und destroying cago market last week was $5.10 with my gates, on the county rond that runs through my farm, 1 lime concluded tooHer the bulk of sales at $4 25 to $4 85. On n reward for Information lending to the Veterinary Hurgeon A Dentlit, conviction of such iierson or wrsons. I the corresponding week of last year the will therefore glo the sum of I'll for Infortop price was $4 75 with the bulk of arrest and conviction mation leading parties, KontucKy. of any partyouor to the my that bine broken sales at from $3.50 to $4.25. The top any of gales.or thnt have the latches price for Iambs last week was $7 60 sawed down or torn down any of my gates runs from tho $6.75 to $7.35. Phnn. v.i. 11. Cnlli answered nroniDtly.day on the county road which Mllledguvllle with the bulk of sales at Hustonville turnpike to the or night. Located at II. D. Carter's Livery turnpike, through my farmland I will give On the corresponding week of last year leading the same amount for Information party ur uurii. to the arrest and conviction of any of the top price for lambs was $6.20 with the IKtrtles who In the future commit any to $5.75. the bulk of sales at from $5.25 alove olfeuses. Witness my hand this 10th dny of August. Bargain. 354 acres of good land, of T. J. II Il.I,, Hit. lfu, which 100 acres is bottom land, eight-rooMoroland, Kentucky, dwelfing, two good stock barns, new tobacco barn, 36x96, ice house, buggy house, two corn cribs, etc., two New Fall Line Millinery now hi. good cisterns, the whole farm being alwell watered, well, fenced and lavs Also- New Furniture coming in Will sell as a Xvhola or cut 200 most daily. well. acres with Improvements, to suit purG. 11. Pki'itt, Morclnnd, Ky. Inchaser, which includes 100 acres as fine land as there is in tho county. bottom This is a bargain. See L. R. Hughes, FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNW.'.M. BRIGHT. CASHIER, S: H. SHANKS. PRESIDENT Stanford, Ky. J" W- - ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. B. PAXTON, J. TY FOR SALE ! H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER He7 Fooor20 Years. Kills comA fine blue grass fnrm for sale situated on HVYS FOSTER. CLERK. "Tho most merciless enemy I had now nlku near Point Ix'iivull nnd six miles containing SO ncres. 20 years, ' declares Mrs. James south of Lancaster, neigauoruoou, uvuig for well located in goou OIREOTORSl Duncan, of Haynesvllle, Mo., "was part of the John Walker tract, with handseen-rooresidence some new, Dyspepsia. I suffered intensely after thereon, with nil necessiiryoutbulldliiKsund J. 11. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shank", Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford Well watered, six eating or drinking and could scarcely good, new burn i)iM. and creek running never falling springs John H. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford T. C. Kau. lluitouvillo, Ky. , sleep. After many remedies had fail through. s cusu iiiliiu, utiinui-- vuu kiu, Lancaster; J. 11. Paxton, Stanfonlj W. II. Traylor, TKIiUa.--7'ill inu ed and several doctors gave me up. I two years from day of sale, bearing six per W. GilberU Creek; It. L. ilubhlo, Lanc-uter- ; paid. tried Klectrlc Bitters, which cured me cent Interest until for such place please write II. CuiuiuiiH, PrencherBville; Lillmru Persons looking WALKRH.Htnnford. 1 can eat anything. W. O. or see completely. Now Goocli, GilberU Creek. I am "0 years old and am overjoyed to get my health and strength back To w.sk and alllot women, thsra Is at least on. wiytohelp. Uut with thst war. two trtatments. again.1' For Indigestion, Loss of mast be combined. One Is local, one ll con.tHu. Kidney Trouble, Lamo Back, Uotutl, but both are Important, both den. Catalogue on Application, I desire to sell nrtvatety my residence In Grab Orchard. House of eight rooms and Twn nnl'dar- - SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. Lexington, CLEMENS HOTEL We arc receiving our Rochester Ware. be open next week. TR1BBLE & PENCE, I I Fancy Queensware, &c7 now. Will our stock. Come and see I I I 1 Harry Jacobs, monts, Stanford, REWARD. Dr. Willis Morgan, I I W. H. HI COINS, J Stanford, Kentucky. Stanford, C. B. PRUITT. Cbc Cincolii County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. NOTICE! Insure your Tobac- Capital, co and Tobacco Barns Surplus, in the West End Resources, $5O,O0O.00 40,000.00 J surance Agency. Get your policies written right in a good pany by 340,000.00 two-stor- .... W.J. CAMPBELL, WeaK Women ujjui Art-petlt- o, mm UudettaRera and Embalm. en. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattiugs.Rugs. They mil exchange Furniture for ail Kinds of Stock. Give Thetu a Call. Prices Right. Ouly 50c at Penny's Drug Store. fcnalo Complaints, It's unequaled. Dinwiddie STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. fVlcCiary, i "I just had an interview with an applicant for my daughter's hand." "How did the young chap talk?" "His politics were all right; also lis views on medicine and religion." "Well?" "So I didn't ask him how he stood on this polar controversy." It Is the woak nerves that aro crying out for help. Then help them, don't drug tho stomach or stimulate the Heart or Kidneys.- - That is wrong. Vitalize these woaK inside nerves with Dr. Snoop's Restorative and Bee how fast good health will como to you Sold by again. Test it and see. Penny's Drug Storo. & Co, Hustonville, Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an line up-to-date Ur.Fhoop's Night Cure Is the Local. Dr. Stoop's Restorative, the OonsUtutlonal. Ths former Dr. b hoop's Night Cure lift topical .. mucous membrans supposimry itid-- jj. wmi holly an Bhoop' I lEWloraur is uci- nous tn ment. Ths llastoraUr reaches taroui ,nm .....M nl all narra. tin. th all tlssua. and all blood ailments. Its Ths "Night Cure", as Its name Impflei.c work while you slesp. It soothes sore and Inflamed mucous surfaces, brals local weaknesses and dltctiane. while the ltcstoraUre, eases nerrous Tbror and ambluon. excitement, builds up waited tissues, brlnrfnff about rraswed strength, Tlor. and narnr. Taka Vt. Sboop general tonld TableU or Llquid-a- ra KestoraUTe totheirstea. for poslUre local help, umuvsU Friday, Dec. 3rd, 2 to 8 o'clock P. Mr --- rtlr -: Dr. tShoop's PENNY'S DRUG i t? a is, 2 ft- - S of goods. . Night Cure STORE.. We will show you the nicest lino of Xmas goods from nil the foreigu ami Com patteries ever shown here. Dinner Ware, Novelties. Dric-aJirac Undertaker. Embalmer.'and STANFORD, Idj fbOU,.lT. : eaferXnIHarness, Saddlery, KY- Ilomeji'boue (. as a city Como and see us and you will agree with us. Mil. FAItSIEIt: JIakoyour homo as modern lor residence, and place yourself iu a position to get the latest market quotations "How fast do you run your auto?" telephone service, "Eight miles an hour. She'll go fas. at any time. This cau bo accomplished by means of oursmall compared with which you and your neighbors cau get for a sum that is I am no speed fiend." ter, but tho benefits received. Call or address our nearest office or write ."""Oct to "How long you had her?" "Far-mer- e' headquarters, Nashville, Tenu., for iuforuiatiou regarding our epeciid "Two days." tclephono service, we Lino" rate. If you aro not at present enjoying ,,1'd like to be a big poet" can immediately interest you. Our Hues cover the States of Kentucky, nd "What do you mean by a big poet?" Tennessee, Mississippi. Louisiana and the Southern portiou of I'ldfo "Big enough to have a recent poem Illinois. EA8T TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. ' (IMOOarOUATCD) piinted by the papers as news matter." RURAL TELEPHONES. your family muuity Silverware, Carving fjeU aud other things too numerous tomeutfon. 1 GEORGE H. FARRIS; Stanford. 1 t li 1 '' n'rfil - iii -Wililiiii Hi Miiii-s- !--- iT. 11 1 It IHlfil va- fc;iWii - imtim ris, . 1 a Jet -