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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i J f r J1 ti VP + w 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 7 1909 N0 82 MATRIMONIAL W R MrCarly 42 and Miss Rosa IDreedlove 30 were married at Rev J George Martin 18 and Mils Flor ence Hasty 1C were married at tho county clerks office I Fred Skidmore 21 and Miss Myrtle Berry 19 were married at Rev J M Cooks by that gentleman Invitations to the wedding of Mr J Henry Mourning late of Somerset but now living in Montgomery Ala to Miss Caroline Hannon on tho evening of Dec 7 In Montgomery has been ro celved by friends and relatives In Ken tucky Mr and Mrs J P Harper whoI were married hero Wednesday at the a Phoenix Hotel by the Rev Mr Gar risen of Danville left yesterday for Indianapolis Ind for a trip and will then go to reside In Salisbury N C where Mr Harper is a prominent and wealthy horseman The bride is an attractive young woman from Danville and has a host of friends here who are extending boat wishes for their hap piness Lexington Herald On Thanksgiving afternoon Rev W A Grant united In marriage Mr Goo B Lyno and Mlle Mattlo Crockett The ceremony Will performed at the home of tho brides mother Mrs Celeste Crockett two miles below Hawesvllle and was witnessed by only a few of tho relatives of the contracting parties Mr Lyno is one of Kentuckys most popular druggists and Is a native of Henderson He and his brother were in the drug business in Hawcsville a few years ago but five years ago they removed to Crab Orchard lie Is a most excellent and honored gentleman a Knight Templar and an Odd Fellow and is highly regarded wherever known Ilor his Integrity and uprightness Miss Crockett Is the eldest daughter of Mrs Celeste Crockett and to so popular with I her acquaintances that her removal from the scene of her life time friends Is a personal bereavement She Is a plain wnslblo Kentucky glrjust tho kind you like to meet after all tho fri volities of tho altO are recounted Both of the parties are so well known and liked that a royal time was planned for- them with shoes and rlca when they came to Hawcaville that afternoon for tho train but both are old hands at thwarting such pleasures so they had a special permit for tho train to stop at Pctri where they got aboard When it reached IIawesv III 0 all hope of seeing them on the train had gone Tho bride I presented herself at thy car window but tho groomnever They proceed f ed on their journey to Crab Orchard where they will reside Present at the + wedding were John A Lyne a brother from Henderson who U wellknown among the newspaper fraternity and who is now publisher of tho official A 1 0 U W paper of State The grooms S father aged 82 and from Henderson was also present and thereby hangs a coincidence near akin to a romance Tho elder Lyno was one of the victims of a distressing steamboat disaster of the early days and this disaster occur e 1 at a point near where tho bride liv 01 In February 1843 tho new built atiamcr Major Barbour was sunk near the Kentucky shore by the steamer Paul Jones running into her Five lives were lost Mr Lyno camo near being drowned in the disaster and did lose his bill of drugs aboard That his son should more than GO years later marry a young lady who later camo upon the r scene of activity at almost the Identical I spt Is regarded as a peculiar comet dence and stamps this papular groom as almost a child of destiny Hawesvlllo Clarion v The Eleventh District is already in the midst of a hot congressional l campaign and tho Eighth District Is well on the way lion Jero Sullivan of Richmond la canvassing the die 1 trict while Congressman Helm who seeks reelection is not letting the grass grow under his feet The friends of lion W J Price of this city aro fixing tho fences for him and all Indications point to an Interesting campaign It is impossible to down a political fight when it starts and for all concerned the best thing that could bo done would bo for the pri mary to be called and tho question settled during tho next three months Advocate A Scolded Boys Shrieks horrified his grandmother Mrs Marin Taylor of Nobo Ky who writes that when all thought ho would dlo Buck lens Arnica Salve wholly cured him Infallible for Burns Soalds Cuts Corns Wounds Bruises Cures Fe verSoros Bolls Skin Eruptions Chilblains Chapped Hands Soon routs Piles 25o at Pennys Drug Store Imports of all kinds of fertilizers and fertilizer materials amounted to about I 27000000 in 1908 Imports of Chilean nitrate of soda increased from 8800 000 in 1901 to 12000000 in 1908 0 NEWS NOTES George Crocker son of the late Call fornia millionaire pioneer died in Now YorkOn the first hunting expedition of hi life W S Evans aged 60 a former edl tor was killed near Orrville 0 Humphrey Marshall Jr who has been connected with the postal service of the Canal Zone for several years has tendered his resignation and will return to Louisville next week to enter upon the practice of law The Minnesota delegation In Congress has laid before President Taft the unan imous Indorsement of the delegation for Judge Walter H Sanborn as the successor of the late Justice Peckhara upon the supreme court bench The American Tobacco Company an nounced officially that there waa no truth In the reports that the company was negotiating with the Burley Tobacco and Insurance Company for tho purchase of the pool crop of Kentucky tobacco for 1909 John R Walsh convicted of misap Naitlonalwas denied a rehearing of his appeal to the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago by Judges Grosscup Seaman and Baker What Is claimed to have been the re cord cargo of cotton lobe exported from the gulf this season was cleared Satur day from Pensacola on the steamer Ad olheld Menzcll for Havre Tho ship ment consisted of 12000 bales valued at nearly 900000 Unable to cope with the strike situa tlon at Bridgeport 0 Sheriff Amrine asked Gov Harmon to send militia to quell the trouble and preserve order at the AetnaStandard plant of the Amer ican Sheet and Tinplate Co Tho town is now under martial law Judge James Breathitt attorney general has written nn opinion in which he holds that tho Burley Tobacco and Insurance Company Is illegally Incorporated Judge Urcathltt says R single corporation may not do both a mercan tile and Insurance business The final articles for tho heavyweight championship fight between Jim Jcf fries and Jack Johnson wero signed They will fight 45 rounds or more in either Utah or California before Tex RIckarda club on July 4 Tho referee will be selected CO days before the con testIn his annual report Secretary of the Navy Meyer opposes the abandonment of any of the navy yards at present in use Secretary believes that the time may come when these yards aro badly needed and may have to bo re purchased at big prices should they be closed now Mrs Dora Elizabeth Doxoy in de fending the charge nt St Louis that she killed William Erdic with arsenic will deny that she received Erders life insurance or that she knew his life was insured She will deny also that she married Erder and will attempt to prove that he had another Wife from whom he was separated Almost on the eve of the meeting of tho General Assembly tho State faces a deficit In the Treasury of 601 25851 The books of the Stato Treas urer shows that at the close of business November 30 there was in the State Treasury tho sum of 33083737 divid ed in the following funds Sinking fund 1C7C7026 school fund 345 709 93 deficit In general expenditures fund 17050742 There were outstand ing warrants on that date however amounting to 93811188 which makes the deficit above given Young Girls Aro Victims of headache as well as older women but all get quick relief and prompt euro from Dr Rings Now Life Pills tho worlds best remedy for sick and nervous headaches They make pure blood and strong nerves and buildup your health Try them 25o at Pennys Drug Store Sho sternlyJ1 heard a noise very late lie facetiously Was it the night falling SheNo it wasnt It was the day breakingIHealth Colfee is tho cleverest Imitation of Teal coffee ever yet made Dr Shoop created It from pure parch ed grains malt nuts etc Fine in flavor Is made In just ono minute No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Sample free Pennys Drug Store Freed of legislative duties members of the House of Commons and many peers began their own political cam paigns In their constituencies Com paratively few remained in London for the formalities connected with the cere monies of proroguing Parliament Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr Snoops Pink Pain Tablets Fee full formula on 25o box Sold by Pennys Drug Store I IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Dr David Bennett a prominent citi zen of Richmond died at Atlanta Ga of heart trouble- I Gov Willson appointed 0 H Wad die of Somerset special judge of Kenton circuit court theI An cightyearold child of Croucher near DIsputana was burned to death Saturday Mt Vernon Signal Mrs C K Marshall after a long and lingering illness died Monday at the homo of her daughter Mrs J S Col lins In this city Richmond Register As a result of a shotgun duel fought by Luther Maes white and Sam Burton colored in Madison county But ton Is suffering seriously from wounds Maes gave up to tho officers and exe cuted bond The shooting was the re suit of a dispute over corn The Saulley gubernatorial move ment inaugurated by the Kentucky Advocate has quickly assumed state wide proportions and it now looks liko the distinguished Stanford gentleman will have to make the race whether he wants to or not It is a case of having the high position forced upon him AdvocateAt 9f the school teachers of this district held at Richmond the Eighth District Teachers Association was reorganized The following officers were elected Prof J A Sharon of the Normal School president Prof D W Bridges of the Lancaster Graded School vice president Miss Ora L Adam superintendent of schools liar rodsburg secretary The next meeting will be held in Danville and those apt pointed as the committee to arrange the program for the next meeting were Dr O B Fallis Danville chairman Prof J T Coates Richmond and Prof J R Abner of Burgin Judge W Con Bell has called special session of tho Garrard county grand jury to bo held at Lancaster this week to Investigate tho charges of malfeas ance in office of Judge A D Ford as charged in a report made by State Inspector M H Thatcher Judge Ford Is ono of the most prominent Democrats in this section of tho State and is serving I his second term as County Judge of Garrard county At the November elec tion ho was elected for a third term and is to qualify on Jan 1 The charge registered against him by the State Inspector is that In violation of law ho acted as committee for idiots of the county collecting on some of them after they were dead The charges came as a sensation to the people of this suction and in order to run the matter to ground at once Judge Bell ordered an extra session The grand jury will be asked to go into every len cure in detail and submit their find- Ings to the court Inspector Thatcher has been summoned to appear before the grand jury with his records in the caseA LIBERAL OFFER The following card made into a blotter signed by a dozen grocery tlrms of Delaware Ohio has been scattered by thousands and has proved very effective Anyone who drinks three glasses of whisky a day for one year and pays ten cents a drink for it can have In exchange at any of tho firms whose names appear on this card 3 barrels of flour 20 bushels of potatoes 200 Ibs of granu lated sugar 1 barrel of crackers 1 pound of pepper 2 pounds of tea 50 pounds of salt 20 pounds of rice 50 pounds of butter 10 pounds of cheese 25 pounds of coffee 10 pounds of can dy 3 dozen cans of tomatoes 10 dozen bananas 2 dozen cans of corn 18 boxes of matches onehalf bushel beans 100 cakes of soap 12 packages rolled oats for the same money and get J1530 premium for making the change in his expenditures Forced Into Exile Wm Upchureh of Glen Oak Okls was an exile from home Mountain air be thought would euro a frlghtfu lung racking cough that had defied all remedies for two years After six months be returned death dogging his steps Then I began tousoDr Kings New Discovery ho writes and after taking six bottles I am as well as ever It saves thousands yearly from desperate lung diseases Infal lible for Coughs and Colds it dispels Hoarsenes and Sore Throat Cures Grip Bronchitis Hemorrhages AsthI ma Croup Whooping Cough 5QcI and 81 trial bottle free guaranteed bIPennys Drug Store T I dont believe I shall run for office realm said the veteran politician Why not asked the friend My children are having too many schoolyard fights over the pictures and articles that get into print Miss Alice Lloyd the wellknown writer lecturer and head of the pub 1 llclty department of the Burley tobacco pool has filed articles of incorpora Lion for a company to manufacture to bacco hogshead The proposed factory I will be located in LexingtonI I alnA nth1 M1MMlA MiA 9ARR M M1NMI Mt 11 11 MFH PR1M e = AAS AAnAnt + as lfI I r t arr rrev evwwrrrrarrc II A Letter From Buster i f 42Brown It J ii HARRODSBURG KY NOV 15 1909 s TILL BROWN SHOE CO St Louis Mo 22 ito GENTLEMENtThe children of Stanford will never forget Saturday Novl13th It will be a red letter day in their memories I am sure IYIup t Ioffto keep up with him They could not do enough to show their pleast l ure at raving Buster and Tige with them for the day The reception was held in the Waltons Opera House which was packZ iedto the doors and everybody was delighted with the performance k 2terthe reception the store was crowded with little customers for BUS Zt- i TEn BROWN Shoes and when we left they were still selling Buster d+ iBrown Shoes to the little folks jICUMMINS d WEAREN are very nice gentlemen and 4 1111111 fine store They received us very pleasantly and were muchSJr ipleasoo with the advertisement 9r IBvery truly Yi L S BROWN iYOU CAN FIND WHAT YOU WANf IN OUR LARGE ASSORTMENT CHILDRENS SHOES iOF 9i Ii Cummins Wearen n 4STANFORD KENTUCKY 4 N4NMlRPARlNnnnAPnAnLAPMnAnntt4444444444444444414N444444 o P 5 44444444444444444444444444 antnenA Af nAnAnnlnnnr nly HUSTONVILLE The following horses owned by J C Reid of Hustonvillc were sold at the FasigTipton sale in Lexington Wed nesday Britomarte ch m 5 by Gi gantcum Poncho by Cholula M F Rogers 165 Little Mask b m 5 by Sandringham Lass of Whcatley by Hanover St James Stock Farm 210 Cappadocia b m 5 by St George Lucy Lee by Powhattan J C Barbee 200 Hazing bm 5 by OgdenSara toga by Henry of Narvarre James Brady New York 1000 Chestnut colt weanling by ContesterHazing James Brady 500 Chestnut colt weanling by Santon Fleeting Moments II by Fabulus L Duval 75 Reid Carpenter of HuUohvillc sold the following horses at the sale on the someday Ambrosia ch m 10 by Hanover King Cup by Kingcraft W S Hopkins 300 Lucy Lee b m 17 by Powhattan Temerine by Ten Brock John M Morris 150 Elise D b m 15 by Prince Royal Mattie T by Billet Catesby Woodford 200 Annual bazaar on Saturday Dec 11 at the Emporium Flats Hustonvillc given by tho ladies of the Presbyterian church Dont buy your Xmas presents until you attend this function Meals served from Nigh noon until 11 oclock at night Oysters served in ev ery style also ices and cakes Tho eve ning social will be an event long to be remembered by old and young Prof Aclolian of New York will at this time Appear before the public for the last time ala Pattie Hear him in Ciaslcal music Wagner List Verdi and others Dont miss this musical event Santa Claus or his son Ike will bo present and cordially invites all of the children of the community to come and shake his hand and leave their letters for their many wants Ills reception will bo held from 2 until 3 r M Bo sure and bring the children Watch for the arrival in his auto and read his ban neroMany surprises will be sprung on you at tho bazaar to keep you guessing from start to finish Dont miss this rare function Ladles of the Presbyterian church Hustonville Ky A clever woman calls Mlona the sunshine prescription because it changed her from a miserable nervous dyspeptic into a bright healthy happy weman In a few weeks Stops stomach distress In f minutes Penny guarantees them Large box SOc C a Bustle and turmoil continues in the political field in England Instead of what will the Lords do with the budget t the question now shapes itself in the liberal mind as what will the country do to tho Lordalot The little Candy Cold Cure Tablets called Proventlcs will In a few hours safely check all Colds or LaOrippc Try them 4825c Sold by Pennys Drug Store 7 H B NORTHCOTT 1 Will Pay the Highest Market Price for Tur keys See him before selling Call 153 Stanford Kyyt H B NORTHCOTT Stanford r FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 1882 i CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216 500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICERS I S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cashr WW Blunders Bookkeeper 4 i DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman i MD Elmore J M Pettus H C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson H W13 OBannon J S BookeriC E Tate i Xmas Goodft Ii I a- We i ti i will show you the nicestjline ofJXnias goods from all tho forefgn patteries ever shown here Dinner Ware Novelties Bricaiiracand Com munity Silverware Carving Bets and other things too numerous to mention Come and see us and you will agreejwith UP GEORGE FARRIS Stanford The Interior Journal Eo c WALTON WE see from an interview given out by Congressman Harvey Helm on hia return to Washington that he will in troduce bills for the erection of public buildings at the following towns in his district Shelbyvillc Lancaster and Uarrodsburg running from 100000 for Shelbyville to smaller appropriations for the other two named towns As the Lancaster postoflice receipts are not as large as Stanfords by several thousand dollars and Stanfords about the same as Harrodsburg the INTERIOR JOUR NAL would like to know if Stanford the home of CongraesmanlHelm is not a part of the Eighth Congressional dis trict and entitled to fair consideration at that gentlemans hands from a pub lie building standpoint We aro for tho upbuilding of Stanford and for the betterment of Lincoln countY and wet proposo in the future as well as in the past to continue to preach that doctrine to the best people that God ever let the sun shine upon We have plen ty of beautiful sites especially the old Seminary grounds onMain Street to locate a handsome structure upon which in the days to come we can point to with pardonable pride and which r would put a loyal constituency under lasting obligations to the one who caus ed it to be erectedin one of the best towns on the map and eplendid officials officials to occupyj It When Senator James B McCreary of Richmond was in Congress among other of bis good traits was the fact that he was ever loyal to his home people first which endeared him to their hearts always He had placed in that beautiful city a public building at a cost of 125000 or more and it willjever be a monument to his memory when he has crossed over the river to restfunder the shade of the trees We would like to know why Stanfordt is not deserving of a beautiful publicbuilding that would in evary way be commensurate with our little city her High School building and the handsome new 35000 courthouse which is now nearing completion We wo lld not pluck from the brows of any of the above towns any laurels they de serve but we would crown Stanford with that wreath of gold she is so just ly entitled tojwear How about it Mr Congressman IN his annual report Secretary of Ag riculture WHsonJshows how the con tuner has been Rouged by the meat sellers but hisjstatement was unneces sary in face of the fact that Armour Co alone made a gross profit for the year of 10582000 on a capital stock of 2oooOOO and a net dividend of 35 per cent The packers committee recent ly made the statement that the packer being obliged to pay a higher price for live stock passed on the additional cost to the dealer who nturn shifted it to the consumer Even this falls to ac count for the increase in two years of 5 a barrel forlmessjbeif The concern that makes 35 percent oil its patrons can only do so by tho rankest extortion Whats the matter withjgiving the beef trust a taste of the Standard Oil medl doe KENTUCKY is noted forjother things besides blue grassland pretty women and fast horses She leadslall the oth er States in tobacco growing producing more than one third of the crop of this country and oneninth of the entire crop of the world Some tobacco is pro duced in almost every US tate but less than one per cent ofthocountrys crop is grown west of the Mississippi river Texas is the only transMississippi Stato in which the industry hasgained much importance Thelargestcrop of tobacco ever raisedwasthisyear More than 50000000 pounds oflciuar tobacco and tour times that quantity of other kinds of tobacco is the estimate of the ajrriculturalldepartment A WASHINGTON dispatch says that Attorney Lewis L Walker of Lancas ter has been agreed on for district at torney of the Easternldietrict of Ken tucky and that Sawyer Smith of Bar bourville will be his assistant We ob ject to the Itterproposi lon seriously as we want to seeiHon George M Da vison of thlsplace retain his present position His record in office has been clean andlhe is in every way fitted for the place We hope the Department of Justice will retain the clever assistant district attorney from Lincoln county KENTUCKY ranks third in the list of Internal Revenue payments with Jill nois first and New York second In the total of 24621271922 Kentucky contributed 2813042034 which is only 400000 less than Now York There was a decrease of over five and a half millions in the revenue due in large taeasure to the prohibition movement Beer production also decreased inf have stimulants of some kindat least they seem to think so A NEW YORK multimillionaire gave the man whq saved him from drown ing 5000 In this valuation of him self the gentleman displays little of the characteristics of Harry K Thaw who was decided by the court to suffer exaggerated lh sit r TUB family residence at Washington of John G Carlisle ecretary of the Treasury under CleveftBd twas at tachedbyen United States marshal for a claim of 2335 for diamonds and other jewelry The itemized list in cludes a threestone diamond ring and a soltaire diamond valued at 1200 another diamond ring 500 a ruby and diamond ring 200 another diamond ring 275 gold and diamond links 150 and a string of gold beads 60 The question naturally arises what did Mr Carlisle want with so much jewel ry and why with his salary then and large law practice since he doesnt pay for it FEARING tradewith Canada some of the leading Congressmen will try to have the tariff on wood pulp and print paper modified as soon as Congress meets If the lawmakers had been as sensible as they seem to have been anxious to put a tariff on knowledge they would have obviated the danger in the first place SENATOR R L HUBBLE will duce a bill in the next Legislature tak- Ing Casey county out of the 11th dis trict and putting It in the 8th district thereby giving the gallant and fight ing democrats of Casey a chance to be factors in Kentucky politics It is a good bill and we hope the Senator will be able to pass it THE farmer is nearly always Independent but this year each one of them I is a king Secretary Wilson in his an nual report says that this years crop is worth 8760000000 a gain over 1908 of 869000000 Everything the farmer has to sell is in demand at higher prices than ever Who wouldnt be a farmer if he could TOE Louisville Herald has reduced to one cent a copy a decided Innovation- In newipaperdom at the Fall City A paper like the Herald can not be produc ed for a cent and it is foolish to sell i at that price We have heard of no one kicking on the price of newspapers They are certainly cheap enough now IN Missouri a pistol toter was sentenced to two years in the peni tentiary under the new law making it a felony to carry one That is a pretty stringent law but when it is considered that mbst men who carry pistols have murder in their hearts i is not too severe A ST Louis jury broke the will of millionaire because it was proved tha he took five drinks before making it Unless he was mighty used to It we should say as a matter of fact that he was not capable of proper distributio- of so much money WE have just made a pleasant dis covery Fiftythree pay days in 1910 says the Louisville Times This is evidently from the hired editors stand point The buss is certainly not going in raptures over it GERTRUDE ATHERTON the novelist says she would rather go tn hell than to Chicago It would doubtless be the same to her if Christ should come and order all to the lower place who belong there ARMOUR Co earned 7126924 net on its 20000000 capital stock during the year closed Nov 1 n profit of 35 per cent No wonder meat stuffs are high and still advancing PRESIDENT TAFTS message to Congress which convened yesterday forms perhaps the most vital and interesting source of news in the United States during the present week A SCHOOL for husbands with a course in hooking dresses up the back is pro posed It might be a good idea if the masculine fingers could be made not to act as all thumbsC- RANBERRIES are the cheapest things on the market Those who can not afford turkey can make a show at a part of the necessaries at any rate I A NEW YORK man got an injunction against his wife for incessant talking over the telephone Most husbands would do the same thing if they dared to POLESenator W 0 Coleman of Henry I county has withdrawn from the race for prison commissioner Gov John F Shafrotb of Colorado in a speech at New York before the Equal Franchise League said woman suffrage has proved a success in Colo rado and predicted that it would be come universal in the United States Representative Ransdell of Louise ana president of the National Rivers and Harbors Congress which meets at Washington next Wednesday conferred with thePresident about the speech the Chief Executive will make upon the opening of the Congress R L McCormick the richest man in Tacoma Wash wants to succeed Senator Piles as he prides himself on being a selfmade man and on the fact that he never has had on a necktie Those are two points against him The selfmade man is too often proud of the job and the other claim makes him fill the bill of what Sut Loving hood would call a natural born darn fool Auctioneer I to the I ofL1n catncountyaanauctioneerHUefaetlon MorelanI FOR SALE I Dover Hotel at Crab Orchard alto toro room meetacrosstreetwithpostonce ndi 10lninIC and a or room All necessary outbuilding MIUJOUHTIHC1OVBR Crab Orchard Ky FARM FOR RENT I Iy farm of ISO acres 70 of which It cleared land Is for rent 29 acre are CUIUaUOnicornBchool district Ha dwelling of six rooms two stone chimney two tiro stock born and tobacco and other outbuildings W M MOKPHT King MountalnKy IYO Ruy ol end S FethenTaDdrwEssswexCiaseasCobden Witt Ginger eta WIN dealers hsUseeeturyiaeseed cr toaauaeo raCTcWu R ftrttK say DuVa LeuiniBc Write roe TtUy price lie tnd tlaptisa Ud- R Sabbl dl Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE Kr Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to a Judgment of tho IAn NovomIberwill on MONDAYDEO13 1W In front of the new court house In Htan ford my at about I oclock P M otter for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder on a credit of six months a house and lot near the depot In Crab Orchard Lin coin county Ky bounded thugs Beginning at a tone In the edge of the pike near where stock scale In of road late WIthence with her line N to lot of Jos Pleas antr thence tald line to H with line of said pike to beginning containing oftsomething over an acre quired to execute bond for the sale price payable to the commissioner bearing cent Interest from date ot sale paid having the force and effect of a Judgment and secured by JnPAXTON3IOL00 lien on the property PI Mcltob rts Atty for Plain- tiffCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience of the Lincoln circuit court rendered at the November EMaydoaesothetundersigned commissioner will on MONDAY DEO 13 IIWI at about 1 p xln front of the courthouse pUblicundivided 3 f Interest of J T Jonecblldnm- In the tract of land near OlllledgevlllllIn Lincoln county K by the Danville A Ilustonvllle turnpike on the North by the county rood the land of orenHifu des on the Boutli by the lands of- MrsMnryJohnan and H Newell the whole tract containing 7e acres The object of the sale is for reinvestment TKHMrt The sale will bo 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 0 per cent Interest from date of sale until puld having the force end effect of a Judgment and secured by lien on the Inter est sold J n PAXTON DL O LCO KH Alcorn Atty for Plaint- iffCOMMISSIONERS SALE Lincoln Circuit Court Pursuant to a Judgment of the Lincoln circuit court rendered nt tho November termluNlnthe action of isles Annie K Dunn Ac against Mrs P M Dunn Heirs Ac the undersigned commissioner will on MONDAY DKO IS 1909 In front of the court house door In titan lord K offer for sale at publlo auction to I the highest and best bidder the house and lot on Danville Street In Htanford Lincoln county Ky described Jleglnnlug at I a stake In tine East edge of the Llanville pike corner to lot of J8 with I that line on Eastward course about JCI feet to the line of MD lmorojtbencoRNonb 1 ward course with his thence with his line a Westward roans aw feet to East edge of Danvlllo pike thence with Last edge of same 75 feet to the begin ningThe object of the sale la to satisfy tho debts of Miss Annie K Dunu for I1 2Scfj with 0 per cent Interest from March lfflIcredited by paid Jan lltrsN and or Mn Lou W Embry for f L3UL8 with o per centIInterest from larch 8 inns credited by IMO paid Jan115e4 against the estate of Mrs J1lIl Dunn nnd the cost of the said action TKKMB The gale will be made on credits of Ilx nnd IX month In equal installments bond with good security for the purchase pableinterest front date of sale until paid having the force and effect of a Judgment and secured by lien J n IAXTON M O L OO K 8 Alcorn Atty for Plaintiffs POSTED strictlyforbidpassing on our place and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law RelchenbachBrosFredilaumana Lllburn Ooocb NII Plummer 0NunnelleyJJBBruce David Stevens John Oamenlacb WmOordler Dan Traylor M D Klmore OotllbOllck Fred Hondorf JThompion DMAnderson J FMoaer Mr and Mrs 111 Kada A Ktbaaa Mr N1 Horton LoganWRev Father Leo Dr G GIerr BaughmanUrahMrs Margare Jacob VUTraylorSam JllofmannELplarner Mrs J It Owsloy M J Morgan 11 L Fn WRtklnJUHundleYMrs Nannie It Good C K McOluro Anderson Oarr Anton Itoneckcr WM Dlshon Fred VonGruenlgan T L lluughman Mrs Ador UnrpellterVJohn HIee D Bovlera JlerrlllWAlex Cooper J Nevin Garter WelchILOAndersouUus Qelizl T A hire OamenlacbJamol8mlthPAY Carter A L CarterU W Gaines J L Holtxcluw WInrlmell I WhiteJdlu i n NtHM If Applltatrtn ftr P rirti rteI James Hi I was convicted at the Juno term IVuT of the Lincoln circuit court ot the murder of Milton te will ark the governor for wpardon and nil who object wrnIInLincoln Circuit Court I Ai directed by a Judgment of the Lincoln circuit court rendered at the term ItM In the action of the NOCllllltrI Trust Co Quardlan aagninitI Hoed Ao the undersigned will on HXWI hottse I I pubIa credit of six months the tract of land about T idles from tUuntord In Lincoln county Ky till Stanford yaynesburg pike bounded thus Beginning at a chestnut near Hutchisons sch olhoue ithenctt Hiv W 2 poles III ltnkH6tr f W a poles IS K 4rimE N I 44H K T pole li links to where two white oaks and sugar trto stood B 40 S K 48 poles I so link to white oak D llutcuUonn corner N67HKVO neanIIIIIs to stoupYcorllerto N 45 I poplar on old corner at 81 lee llIlIokln all- r polfS 10 link to Mono Hills corner N 7II W II pole to white oak Hllcornr on East ildeof pike with sane H US K t1 poles U link to Itnko In front of house H Si W rd pole IT link to the beginning containing to acre and no pole more orless save and except one acre heretofore deeded to School District No 83 The object of sale Is for n division of the proceed purChlorbtlIrlngjudgment ayableto tbecolllmiulontrnnd cuml by lien on the land I J II PAXTON HO L Or 0 O n Florence Atty for llnin- tiffCommissioners I Sale 1 Lincoln Circuit Cour- tAsdlrectedbysjudgmentof I the Lincoln circuit court rendered at the November terns 1809 In the case of against Viola Ooocb to the undersigned- comnslssionerwill on- MONDAY DEC1311W county Court day ot about 1 P MM In front of the court house door In Stanford Ky I offer for ale at public outcry to the highest land best bidder on a credit of six mouths countyKyginning In the center of street corner to I poleIInklhis 4 line N HKT poles II links to corner on same thence H WJJ W M voles to the center of the street t thence with center ot street H 6 W T poles 23 links to the beginning contalu1nll acre J rood and S7 poles byIsnacUlbsonpropartyvllloA lluitonvllle turnpike road on the West by W 01 HAndldge and on the Houtb by Knitna Owsley containing tour acres separatelyThe object of the sale is to satisfy tho In- deblcdnllSl of George hooch deceased The purchasers will bo required tovxeeute bonds with good security for the purchase bearingepercentlnterest I paid having the force and effect of n went and secured by lien on property sold J n PAXTON M O L 00 KH Alcorn Atty for Plain- tiffCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court InolKdlence to a Judgment ol the Lln coin circuit court rendered at time Novem Jlryndmr dersigned commissioner will on MONDAY DEC IS 1M 9 county court dny at about I p M In front of the now court house In Stanford Ky offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder on a credit of six months the boue and lot near Htanford In Lincoln county the East side of tho Danville a Slanlord turnpike bounded on the West by said lilke on the North and Kast by tho land of John IlrlRhti on the Houth b the land of W II 1111 containing W voles and known as the old tollgateprop ertyjTh object of the ale U to pay the InIdebtedneiof Mrs Mary II Bryan and dl vide thervmalnder among her heir at law The purchaser will be required to execute bond for the purchase commissioner due In six monthbearings per cent Interest from ditto of sale untilIhaving the force and effect of a meal and Secured bTlien on tho property sold The shares infants Loraine ToUen and Vera ToUen will retrain n lien on the property until they attain the age of 21 Unless guardian I the mean tune execute the bond required by the Civil Code Jll PAXTON MC LOU O B Bauflcy Atty for Ijalnt- lffsCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Itiobeillenco of the Lincoln circuit court rendered at the November XtallngUunrdlnntlc the unden gned commissioner 111 on MONDAY DEC IJllM at about 1 P 1In front of the court house putIle n credit of ilx months an undivided 111 In terest In the following lauds on the waters qf Lick brunch of lunging Fork In Lin coln county Ky 1 A tract bounded on tho East by tho land of Alfred Him sons imam on the West by the lnndeof II nKolhlrlneAdorall1 Vovl- dKenlltCllon tho North by the land of Al on the bout by tho county road 2 A tract of land bounded by the land of Mrs Kntherlne Ador and others more par ticularly described In the petition which la referred to for n description givebondsprice payable to time commissioner untilClper cent Interest from date of sale having the forco and effect of a Judg mend and secured by lien on the property- sold J II IAXTONM0Ltu- K B Alcorn Atty for Plain- tiffCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court WpsMorelandIn obedience to n Judgment rendered In the above styled court and action at the No vember tern dub the undersigned commli stoner will at about 1 f x on MONDAY DEC IS 1 OI In front of tbo court house door in Btanford Kyoiderfor sale nt public outcry to the highest and best bidder on a credit of months tho onehalf of an undivided 1 remainder subject to the life estate of Jlr M W Moroland In n tract of 100 acres land on tho water of the Hanging Fork i Lincoln county Ky on tho Nort- by the land of A v Carpenter on the B by the Hnumel helm lands on the Writ by bsYthelnndHill land tlnlntilto percent Interest from Juno IS 1800 until paid and the costs glvObondi hennaqSpercenthaving the force and effect of a Judg mend and seourtd by lieu FPOBDITTBpeotaOommh ioa4r- IIj1 h ol I 0n J QIVN FR1 I + + + + ++++ +++ ++++4 +++++++++ Ullman Co i Ii of Chicago 9j l One of the best tailoring houses in the coun try have placed their line with me for next Spring and in order to show you their supe prior workmanship and material they have forwarded me a large selection of l Suitings and Overcoats I I r 0 for immediate use and with each order for a Suit or Overcoat at 20 or more we areA going to GIVE YOU a beautiful Fancy Vest worth You make your own selection from any of their large line of fancy vests Our usual guarantee goes out with these or ders A PERFECT FIT or NO SALE This offer is for business to Christmas day i i H J McROBRTS 1 STANFORD I KENTUCKY Mall ablCEeataggEgEaEerEm fao L Penny it II Colby E n Coleman m mm r fame r it m Strength It is Especially Useful For Persistent Coughs and Colds H Soldunder a Guaran I Im I ri1BB ei6 if6a0lssldseBfeJB Bt eifsrEIR 11 I I I Oklahoma Land Sale rwf i One million six hundred thousand acres of valuable fauniand grazing laud belonging to the State of will be divided into fauns of one hundred and sixty acres eachand sold to the highest bidder on easy terms continuesfor iat prices ranging from 800 to 3400 per acre average appraised value of the grazing land Is Thej250 per ac- reReduced Railroad FaresVia THE HENDERSON ROUTE to all points in Oklahoma w eachmonthtllcseticketssection or portion of the State and the return trip thru another For Informationr r I also the terms of purchase pay I went mid full description of the farm lands WriteR F PENN T P Aor J P GARDNER G P Ata J The JI IPPISYUIBJCT1 r c ti I I T G17C7A YKecI 11t tm1 r It Iit tt j I c kAt 7S THE DATE Of OUR 1IJ jijT jr SEMIANNUAL REDUCTION SALE I You who have not bought come to this sale We will sell nil Odds and Ends and Remnants nt about one half their value t We will tavo you a lot of money on a Cloak Suit Skirt Childrens Cloaks Heavy Goods Etc Remember our sales never dis appoint You will find the goods in this sale just as advertised In spite of tho fact that many merchants think it folly to sell dcwablo goods right at Winters thresholdat reduced prices but we still believe our policy to carry none over ifn sacrifice sale will put them in the homes of our customers Sale closes Dec 31 See circular for farther information New Towels New i i I Iluck for Towels New Handkerchiefsp J i 4 SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY The Interior Journal 8TANFOllD KY Dic 7 loon SOME great bargains in box paper ore being dOled out to make room for ne Mock at Pennys Drug Store PERKCHAS L DAWEd was In Louisville last week MRS H C FARRIS was with SomersetBEN of London was hero Friday and Saturday MOSES CoOLEY la assisting Sam Robinson at his store Jl C REYNOLDS Is agent at Wand- Station near Lebanon Mull NANCY LOGAN is visiting friends and relatives at Chicago MRJ H McALISTER of Way Miss has joined his wife and children here MR I M BRUCE and family have moved to their new homo on Logs Avenue AVM SEVERANCE was in Cincinnati last week buying dead lode of Christ mas good CLARENCE E TATE of Stanford was in Danville yesterday on business Advocate v E P OwsLEY of Columbus Ga spent several days hero with his father Dr John B Owsley Miss KIT HUFFMAN spent a few day with her sister Mrs J G Carpenter f Jr at Crab Orchard MESSIIS F LAN JAMES ofMt Vernon arc with their sister Mrs 1 R Hughes Miss KAY SALLEB has returned tc her home In Harrodfburg after a visit to Hustonville friends MRS JOSEPH Eo JOHNSON of Pitts burjr arrived yesterday to bo at th bedside of her mother Mrs Geo P Bright who Is quite III MCSDAMES W T AND LEE STON went to Lancaster yesterday to be at the bedside of their sister Mrs Minnie Bland who is dangerously ill spentra s been troubled with rheumatism and J Will greatly benefited by his stay G A WALTER Robert Rigney ant Rev A J laggard camo down from t Kings Mountain to hear Rev QuInton lecture at tho opera house Monday Journaltr ot of Bonnie castle Lincoln county entertained her aunt and guest Mrs Emma W It Curtis at dinner Wednesday evening The occasion was tho celebration of anniversaryiSalter in Danville before returning homeCourter JOUrnal 4th LOCALS FARRis for fruits candies and nuts p WANTEDbaypiano mi Greenberg DONT forget to go to Newlands o 4 Wednesday J line of fancy ginghams calicoes iNRw Whites store I V FOR nice holiday presents ita to Muel Jera Jewelry store t NEXT month It Xmas see the line of W H Mueller the jeweler GOODS delivered anywhere in town on It short notice W W White 1CllnYSANTnEMUM at 50c per dozen j with vines Ed Hubbard Stanford OUR Christmas window trimmer Is in town See his latest W II Higgins IF you are looking for fresh oysters and celery go to J D Hortona restau rant WHEN want I tho best canned tomatoes corn and peas ask for Fultons Pride George D Hopper coalIwant very x ge H Baughman Co TUB court of appeals reversed the I judgment of the Lincoln circuit court in the case of tho L N against Miss Bessie K Elnglemans administrator f Miss Engleman was killed by u train at 1 Woods crossing near here and a jury awarded 10000 damages against tho I railroad The reversal is on iastruc doss of the trial judge 1ti 7 I rue Fort thoso Xmas presents go to Far A FEW moro guns eftat Whites store LOOK at our new designs in Rochester Ware W H HIggins wA Nice Inp robe will make a good Xmas present J C McClary GENUINE Kanawha salt The best for curing meat J II Baughman Co arrlvlnlrIsee our Higgins I CLOTHING kid gloves neck ties fan cy vests made good as new Suits made to measure J F Brady 4t 8LADIES Invited Newlands houseITHE person who borrowed my roofing tools will please return them I need them now J A Allen Stanford To all parties holding treasurer claims come in and got your tax receipt Your treasurer claims will Jlow be paid in full T J11111 Sheriff EVERYTHING Rood to eat and many things to wear will be on sale at the Presbyterian bazaar in the Myers House Saturday next Dec 11 1 TALK with me before buying a typewriter and see sample at my home T A Orackctt local agent for Standard Typewriter Exchange New York NWE failed to mention the fact last is sun that Prof Daniels the ventrilo- quIst gave a very creditable perform anco at Waltons Opera House last week DR MORGAN ONEDr Willis Moro Ian who located hero some time ago to practice veterinary has left Stanford selling his instruments and good will to tE practice his profession W P LAWRENCE writes from Eml fence Enclosed please find check for 2 on my subscription to the I Jthebest paper in all tho world You will note that 1 have moved from liar youda THK signal service has done all in its power to glue us mean weather by pre dieting all sorts of evil but without avail Tho weather has gone right along paying no attention to the bureau and dishing out as fine a quality as eveE camo in spring or fall If you over saw a finer day in the winter time than yes terday please drop us a psotal canJI IN pulling the trees down in the court house yard yesterday one trio fell against the other bringing it down and also striking tho electric light and telephone wires tearing them down and also H huito telephone polo Connection 1was cut off of about 45 or 50 subscribers by tho accident which was unavoida blo on tho part of contractor Sine nTEMPEST AND SUNSHINE appeared- at Waltons Opera House Saturday night and general satisfaction was giv en the show goers of Stanford by this splendid company In fact the largest crowd that has been in tho opera house in years greeted them Tho show was clean from start to finish and Sunshine was Just as clever as she was pretty and attractive THE ofttcounty who formed a combine on their turkey hold ings sold 1100 turkeys on foot at 16Jc a pound This is tho largest deal made in Central Kentucky and the highest price paid in Scott county Mrs Anna C Chinn was chairman of tho commit tee and J T Christian of Lexington the purchaser says a Georgetown dis patch What shall we expect next to bo pooled DAWES Jerome bentDawes a woll known Illinois Central railway con ductor died at his home after an illness of three months with apoplexy Mr Dawes was 47 years old and had been on tho section from Louisville to Ful ton for many years Besides his wife Mrs Gertrude Dawes ho is survived by nine children The funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at 4 oclock at tho residence and at 9 o clock tho body will bo taken to Kutta wa where it will bo interred in the family burying C ground Louisville Times Mr DawES was a brother of Mr C placel t fiI COTTON Seed Meal at Baughmans Mill WATCH for that counter Dec 20 at Farris WATCH for the Bale ad atI Warners store FOR thatare beautiful andI lasting go to WlI Mueller MEAT cutters lard presses sausage stutTers lard cans etc at W H Hig gins NEWLAND will treat the ladies Wed nesday to a cup of Maxwell house blend coffee LOST between fordand Dan ville a long tan cloak Leave a SonsaTHE Presbyterian bazaarat the My ers House Saturday Dec 11 Call and get something nice for Christmas iWANTEDbnqa oodLincoln county farm of the value of 20000 to 30 000 Address Lock Box 201 Stanford Ky LADIES go to Newlands grocery on Wednesday Dec 8 and get free of Maxwf1IrMRS CATHERINE MCCLARY invites tho public to call and inspect her China Saturday afternoon from 2 to 4 oclock at her residence on Main Street FARM FOR SALE115acre farm on Dix river four miles North of Stanford and near Hubble Improvements fairly good and splendid new barn J F Riney Son Stanford REMEMDER buying canned fruits and vegetables that quality is what counts Fultons Pride canned goods aro of exceptional quality Sold exclusively by G D Hopper J I To PRINTERS This office has for sale a lot of display and body typo which has been used very little a medium sized imposing stone a lot of cases ond acv eral cono pulleys Will go cheap if sold at once INTERIOR JOURNAL office Stanford Ky LAYING SOMAA Paris lady has three hens that have beat the worlds record for laying eggs A Plymouth Rock hen that has before set laid in one year 292 eggs a Bog Orphing ton hen produced in one year 281 eggs and another of the same breed laid 233 eggs in one year The total number of eggs produced by the three hens is 80G From tho number of eggs that we have had to eat lately wo dont believe the hens in Stanford can hold a light to the ones in Paris I WHATS NExTThat grand play Whats Next will appear at Waltons Opera House Dec 17th under the management of Miss Bertha Jackson the bright and talented daughter of Mr John Jackson of this county It is for the benefit of the Christian Endeavor of tho Christian church and the young ladies and gentlemen who compose tho troupe are all local talent The play is said to be an interesting one and we aro sure a crowded house I will greet the company IF tho Legislature doesdecide to amend tho election laws at tho coming session it should by all means provide a fund to pay for tho removal after the election of candidates cards and pic tures from the telephone poles and oth er public places in such cities and towns as havent sufficient public spirit to prevent their being tacked up Of course it is too much to expect that the candidate who is willing to do this sort of advertising would take down the literature himself and so if we are to secure any relief we shall have to do it at public expense ALL tho newspapers are trying to im press upon their patrons tho im portance of doing their Christmas shopping early We add our Insist ance to theirs and urge that they will not wait Until tho last day in tho even- Ing when tired clerks can hardly stand on their feet In justice to the merchants and to themselves purchasers getIIapI Let us hopo that they will meet with better success In this year of our liord 1909 I eDOttT forget J F Govers sale nca Turneravllle next Saturday at 930 AM SPOTTED sow and shoat came to my place 10 days ago Owner can get them by paying damage for this notice and keep J T Mprrls Stanford ITus press of the State is boosting Hon M C Saufley of Stanford for Governor We join them heartily in the movement and hope the judge wit consent to make the race There is no man in the State better fitted for hlmIFlRE Saturday about 1130 storetg and exploded causing the fire to spread and doing considerable damage to stock of dry goods and shoes It was thought for a while that the fire could not be extinguished but the alarm was sounded and a number of people rushed into the building and smothered the flames out with the clothing Tho stock of Mr Goldstein is insured CHURCH MATTERS Rev J J Dickey will preach at Baptist church next Sunday morning and evening The Womans Missionary Societies of the Methodist church will meet with Mrs II C Rupley next Friday at 2 o clock P M- Walter L Frazeo will hold an insti tute at Turncrsville Dec 13 and 14 He will bring a stereopticon giving illus trated gospel hymns pictures on tho Life of Christ and others of Bible school interest All cordially invited and a free will offering will be appreciated R PUBLIC SALE I will at my farm near Turnersvlllo com mencliiK promptly nt 9750 A M sell the following described property on HATUnDAY OIIIOC Two harness horse 1 pair work mules H good enltle89Houtbdownewe2 bucks ai to he told In bunches of live It sboats averaging MO pounds 160 shocks of hay to be sold by the tnckiOlshockof corn to ho sold In the shock i binder 1 hemp machine t mowing machines 1 disc harrow I wheat ron I hay rake I corn drill fertilizer Attachment 1 plowsltthings too numerous to mention Will alio rent my farm on that day for the year 1010 If not pmvlously rented This sale will take place rain or shine JSK GOVKIt- Ool J1 Ohandler A- uctPUBLIC SALE OF LAND I will sell to the highest bidder on the premises on WEDNESDAY DEC 16 HOP At 10 oclock sharp the rllrlll recently ur chased iron Ilezan A Hcobee on the Purls pike about K of a mile from city limit of Winchester KycontnlnlnK about M acres It will be sold ns n whole or In three tracts as follows Tract No1 contalnsKWOTncres with mod ern dwelling of eight rooms and bathroom good orchard stock barn and largo tobacco barn and other necessary improve mints Tract No 2 contains SO acres without Im provements Tract 3 contains about 14C39 acres without Improvements Each or these trnetsfronts pike and Is In hlEli state of cultivation TE1t5iMOfv half cash March 1 1910 re ono ond two years with note at IiuBlnilerlnInterest per annum Iron date I 1 BOOBEK Winchester Ky Condition ol The First National Bank of Stanford Ky Dec I1909 RESOURCES Loans sad Bonds 190914 59 Orerdrslu 13032 16 U S Bonds and Premium 51500 00 Banking House and Other Real EUte 9498 81 Due horn Banks 58580 83 Due from U S Treasurer 2500 00 Cash on Hand 21488 47 347514 86 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 50000 00 Surplus FundEarned 20000 00 Undivided ProfitsNet 2612 19 Circulation 49500 00 Individual Deposits 208732 97 Due to Banks 1329 70 Note Rediscounted 15340 00 347514 86 J S HOCKER President- S T HARRIS Vice President JOHN J McROBERTS Cashier H C BAUGHMAN ANt Cashier W W SAUNDERS Book Keeper Irr I ItL R Hughes T W Humble W O Martin I Xmas Goods We have a nice assortment of Christmas goods to select that present from Silk Umbrellas with gold or pearl handles prices from 350 to 810 Nice fur sets from eo to 825 La dies handbags from 50c to 8750 Suit cases from 8125 to 8750 Silk Waist Patterns An elegant line of bandker chiefs collars ties belt pins novelties scarfs silk shawls Ac Also a large assortment of toys for the children consisting of dolls wagons figures site Also a lot of c g eofsalad dishes take plates Ac jv 1 HUGHES MARTIN COs EIDry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKYI RAIN COATSfII f- Choose any from the new ones we show J and youre sure of being right for theyre j PILE OF I STYLEM- ake 1 and thats an index of there being none 1 wrong Good Clothes satisfy and when they dont we do Either Way youre protected W E PERKINS I l Crab Orchard Kyf t Mi G MURPHY J W ACTON We still save you moneyand you will never know positively whether we can show you any advantage to be gained by giving us u share of your bus incas until you have given us a fair trial So try paying as you go and you IricesDec j 24 pound sack half patent 82c Arbuckles Cofleo 15c Arm c1 Hammer So da 4c Keg Soda 2 pounds 5c Matches large box 4c Ohio River Salt280 pounds 8150 Fire Proof Oil 12c per gallon We aro headquarters for solid leather Shoes Chapem open all solid 94 Patent Colt Vici Kid and Box Calf 353 8350 Patent Colt Gun Metal and Box Calf Shoes for 8298 Mens Brogans 8125 Boys solid leather t Shoes 8125 Ladies solid leather Shoes 8135 Mens extra heavy double front Overalls 94c Mens heavy fleeced Underwear 44c each best Outings any color 9Xc Ginghams Oic Heavy Dress Ginghams 9Jc A full line of Mens FeltsMens Ladies and Misses Rubbers and Overshoes Eggs are 27 todaytM aThe Cash Bargain Store Kings Mountain Ky Bring Your Cattle and Mules to Stanford Nuimelleys New Stock Yardsse t- Are now completed and are ready for all kinds of live stuck with good covered pens and plenty of feed and water Firstclaw accom modations and charges reasonable Your sup port and patronage cordially solicited Phone No1 Court Day Second Monday I M BRUCE AssIstant 1 The Interior Journal Jtoteredin the PotiOJkx at Stanford a nnad4ala master L at N TImE TABLE No Hi Honth 111 M r x NoI HOUtbW AM No 34 North 4W A x No rf North 645 P H NoT1o 9t A M NO I JWPJI JOS Se RICE Agont A S PRICESurgeon Dentist TANFCRDKENTUCKYOlgce the Owsley Building FARM FOR SALE I The farm of 1W acres of good blue KraIt North of McKlnneyoi iAncingFaatlofMohinneybalfunderfencplenty 1 water and agcrop = JAaiVRNSAgent McKlnneyKy Fall and Winter Stock Have your measure taken by a tailor of ex perlence Then your clothes whethera low price oust or the finest evenIng lothes will have that Individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were made to jour measure I will also take your meas are for extra trousers fancy yel oats and overcoats Fall and Hunter samples on hand ready for your Inspection HO UOPLKY The Tailor Stanford CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE fI can furnish the public with the best as well as the freshest of cut flowers plenty of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths Sor for funeral purposes In connection with the above I have all Rinds of vegetables on band at reasonable prices OIIUIBTMAN OREEN ROUSES ED HDUBAKD 1uon Btanford Ky tetwtsjabacoo and Tobacco Tarns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone M Office 96 Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedCONCRETING We aro In ooltlontodoallllnds of concreting such as Hlock Work Pavements and In fact we cnn wake any thing from i We cnn servoAonaodowntoyatencegpost flrftclassgetwork and material Gall our prices before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford K- yINSURANCE R B MAHONY insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLiveStockHealthand GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis countc + JLBeazleyCo Undei takers and Embalm 1 ere Also Dealers in Fur niture Mat tinge Rugs They willexchange Furniture for rail Kinds of Stock i Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY f I J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer ard ftealeriinHarneas Saddlery STANFORD KY taetmoaele0 floraefhooe 8 L h FARMERS DEPARTMEHT EaTRAV Two 30pound shoats W 0 Walker Stanford Sixty young owes for sale L P Nunnelley Stanford FOR SALE Pair twoyear old mules 15i hands D B Tudor Stanford Dink Farmer bought a lot of 300 pound hogs from Embry Bros at 7ic FOR SALE25 650pound cattle W P Logan Stanford R F D No1 T W Duckworth bought six mulct from J B Ruble of Bryantaville at 165Thurman Tudor sold to W H Rig ney a threeyearold harness gelding for 125 J S Carpenter sold to Clell Coleman of Harrodsburg 43 1600pound cattle at 6 cents Gano Stone of Carlisle sold five yearling mules to Will McIntire of Millcrsburg at 160 Total sales of live stock on the Chicago market last week were 77200 cattle 136900 hogs and 92600 sheep W P Carson has sold the Page farm of 80 acres to Thomas Wilker son at 65 per acre in the West End J W Prewltt of McCreary Gar rard county sold eight baskets of tobacco on the Danville breaks at the high average of 1729 per hundred THREE ewes and two bucks camel to my place about Sept 10 1909 owner may get them by paying for this notice and their keep W M Bright FOR SALE Three Tamworth boars by the champion Dixon and out of an imported sow Will weigh 150 pounds Sam K Dudderar Stanford phone 123x s We note that Hon Abram Renick of Clark county won second prize for senior Shorthorn bull calf at the Inter national on his splendid calf Royal Seol at Chicago last week Jake Bonta of the West End sold to W 0 Mulchy of Ozola Ark five cot ton mules for 700 Mr Bonta also sold 50 140pound hogs to W C Carpenter for January delivery at 740 Advo cateA 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 place Nov 20 Re ward William James Rowland Will Wagers has purchased from Judge A R Burnam 275 acres of land on the Lancaster pike at a price said to be around 90 per acre L P Evans has sold his farm of 50 acres on the Ir vine pike to MM Humphrey Bennett price 8000 Richmond Register BARGAIN 354 acres of good land ol which 100 acres is bottom land eight room dwelling two good stock barns new tobacco barn 36x96 ice house buggy house two corn cribs etc two good cisterns the whole farm being well watered well fenced and lays well Will sell as a whole or cut 200 acres with improvements to suit purchaser which includes 100 acres as fine bottom land as there is in the county This is a bargain See L R Hughes Stanford Ky M F Dunlap of Jacksonville III was on the market again with seven tads of good ones which sold as fol lows Sixteen cattle averaging 1666 pounds at 929 17 averaging 1408 Ibs at 9 10 30 averaging 1566 pounds at 915 averaging 1785 pounds at 885 35 averaging 1708 pounds at 875 Mose Greenwald bought the 9and 9 20 steers for tho New York Butchers Co Thus far this season Mr Dunlap has market ed 38 loads of prime steers which aver aged 9 In all there were 581 which averaged 1708 pounds and brought an average of 153 27 Chicago Drovers Journal Kills Her Foe of 20 Years liThe most merciless enemy I had for 20 years declares Mrs James Duncan of Haynesvllle MeIIwas Dyspepsia I fluttered intensely after eating or drinking and could scarcely sleep After many remedies had fail ed 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 get my health and strength back again For Indigestion Loss of Ap petite Kidney Trouble Lame Back rVoulo Complaints its unequaled Only OOc at Pennys Drug Store Assuming that Judge Horace H Lur ton is to be elevated to the supreme court bench Senator Bradley and the Republi can members of the Kentucky delega tion in the House are urging the ape pointment of Judge A M J Cochran of the Eastern District of Kentucky to succeed Lurton on the Circuit bench If Judge Cochran should be promoted Robert H Winn of Mt Sterling chair man of the Republican State Central Committee will be endorsed for the District Judgeship It is the weak 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 Shelbyville has adopted stringent scarlet pend schools and all places of amuse met closed and a quarantine es tablished JUdge aufley seems to DO overshadowing Hon Ben Johnson in his own Congressional district as a pros pective candidate for Governor Such a condition Is interesting at this time inasmuch as Congressman Johnson is using his best energies according to information at hand to encourage his candidacy while Judge Saufley has personally made no effort whatever All that has been done and said for Judge Saufloy have come solely from those who realize that it is necessary- to Democratic success for men of the Saufley calibre to become the stand ard bearers Advocate Kill catarrh germs by broatnlngHy omel Penny guarantees it to cure catarrh sore throat coughs and colds Complete outfit with inhaler 81 Very pleasant to use There seems to bo little doubt that the President will lay before Congress at an early date the facts as to the Nic araguan situation with a view to re ceiving authority for any further steps he may see fit to take A tickling ordrycough can be quick ly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pe nnys Drug Stor- eTURKEYS FOR SALE Gobblers and h ithe Langerdon tConger and Owen A Barbee train for Thoroughbred bronze large bone and beau tlful plumage K DisiiON 11 It I Phone 82 J I BELDEN For House and Carriage and Trim ming 1aper Gun and Eocksmlth Ing HhopopposltedepotJ1 Stanrord Ky WANTED TO SENT SMALL FARM I want to rent a small farm of 30 to 100 acres two or three miles from Stanford Prefer land partly In cultivation and partly In grass Hmall bouse desired Address W P K Interior Journal Office Stan ford k- yStock of Merchandise for Sale- I desire to sell privately my stock of Ore eerie and Hardware Itolng n bust ness Will Invoice about 2600 ltealonIill healthGEO ft IIOPPBU BtanfordCKy MASONS MEET LincolnIodgeNo60A M will meet In stated communication on each lint and third Monday nights of each month at 130 oclock In their ball on main streeet Stan ford Ky Members of sister lodges lire fra ternally Invited to be present T W Pen nlngton Sec Q D CARTER Now Livorv Depot Street Phono 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY G B PRUITTM- oreland Kentucky New Fall Line Millinery now in Also New Furniture coming in nl most daily G B PnurTT Moreland Ky Bring Your Printing ToiThe INTERIOR JOURNAL Office t Bestt r Work tfRI Lowest Pricest I NOTICE I- Wo ask the patronage of our friends and neighbors for our homegrown nursery stock It is carefully selected clean thrifty AddressKings Mountain Lincoln Oo Ky Small Farm For Rent lIanlIleAunfailing cistern and pond Inrgu barn nni sod house and outhouse See Mri lend lancasterAvenueold HOME FOR SALE One tory cottage of eight rooms end all ncceunrr outbuiidln s lot contains one roomybarngarden spot Thin tin duslrnble place local ed on corner of Whitley end Miller streets A II HOlT7OLAW Htanford Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENG NEERING I am prepared todo All kinds of lurvvyln end civil engineering promptly My work will be guaranteed and are reasonable Write nie at McKlnney or call me over the telephone through the WALFBK McKINNKV NOTICE I HarrliIcry for shooting ono Klavlus Grwr will the Htate Hoard ofPrisonIiomtnlsetoners at Frankfort Ky on Tuesday tho 7th dAY of December ivw for a Parole from said Penitentiary Wit ness ray hand this Nobember M Iiiw TOM HAUIUS Fruit And Ornamental Trsss aardenNo Agents H F HILLENMEYER SON- SLexington Hy FARM FOR SALE ORIENT Contains IK acres best tobacco land In the county IK nillos from McKlnney Will sell or rent Has two dwellings one of four rooms and the other of two rooms Two orchards of nearly ru trees Tobacco barn obtallOltIRrmP JlUKAWSKIl McKlnney K- yTRiBBLE PENCE Furniture nud Undertaking I Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford Kontucllr FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A flue blue gnus farm for sale situated on near Point eavtll nnd six miles south of Lancaster acres well localvd In good nolghborooxlrs bring pert of the John tract with n hand some nuwtwo sevenroom residence tberoou with all neoossaryoutbulldlnasand good new barn never falling springs and crvek running TICKX8Cftlh In hand bAlance one and two years Irom day of sale tearing six per pnldPersons place please write or see VALKKH Htanford REWARD Having suffered considerable nnnoynnce and damage from outlaws In breaking gate latches and tearing down and destroying my gates on the county road that runs through my farm I havu concluded to oner n reward for Information leading to the conviction of such person or iwrsons 1 will therefore give the sum of IM for suction leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties that have broken the latches on any of my gatesor thnt have sawed down or torn down any of my gates on the county road which runs from the Hustonvllle turnpike to the Mlllodgevllle turnpike through my farmland I wllljtlV8- the seine amount for Information loading to the arrest and conviction of any party ur parties who In the future commit uny of the above olTenses Witness uiy band this 10th day of August 19uu T J UUI Sit NOTICE Insure your Tobac co and Tobacco Barns in the West End Insurance Agency Get your policies written right in a good com pany by W J CAMPBELL Hustonville Ky Weak WomenT- oweak and alder= women there U at least ono way to But with that two treatments must be combined One It loom one Is constltu Donal butoth art Important both ssseattaL- Dr Shoop s Nltht CUre is Dr Sboops BestonitlTS the Constitutional The former Dr Bhoops Night Cure U a topical mucous ntembnnauPPoatolT rMaedrwhUe Dr Slaeop lWran fa whoU an internal no SkisMMmMIfIM all blood ailment NlshtCrsssltanamImpRN 4esa Iii- whllyousleep It soothes sarannaaad mucous surfaces heals local weaknesses and d eharros while the KastonUra sees nervous ambltlonJbulldlvigor lUllS energy lake Dr Sheeps tonipso9karslias Dr Shoops Night CurePENNYS DRUG STOREI w M1 u Easy in Any PositionF- ull lino Dutchcsa Trousers in latest Fabrics Worsteds CWimorci and Corduroys All guaranteed with plenty of style and enap 82 to 8750 1 Call and inspect our lino before you buy SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Ia OURChristmas Stock is Arriv ing Dont fail to see our display W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky the Lincoln County national Bank It Of Stanford Kentucky 1 Capital 5000000 Surplus 4OOOOOO Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT WM BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH- H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER CLERK DIREOTORSIJ B Owsley Stanford S U Shanks Stanford Gco W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T 0 Rankin TraylorGilbertsII Curumins Prcachcravillo Lilburn Gooch Gilbert Creek Il RURAfy TELBPHONESIMR FARMER Make your homo as modern for your faIllUas a city tatwhich you and your neighbors can get for a sum that ill small compared with the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenu for information regarding our special uPar mere Lino rate If you are not nt present enjoying telephone service wo KentuckyTennesseeIllinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL TEL CO INCOBPORATEn Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Ky I Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line ofaoodslj1 CLEMENS HOTEL J L ELKIN Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKY Commercialtravuiersor month The proprietor Is n former Lln cola county mnu and his friends should rev member him when stopping in his town Harry Jacobs I Dealer In and Zfanufactulerof1S Marble and Granite Monuments Markers and Posts Cemetery and Lawn oKInney