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AA George Crocker, son of the late CaliJ Dr. David Dennett, a prominent citiW. It. MrCarly, 42. and Mlai Rosa Hreedlove, 30, were married at Rev. J. fornia millionaire pioneer died, In Now zen of Richmond, died at Atlanta, Ga., York. of heart trouble J. Dickey's. On tho first hunting expedition of his Gov. Wlllson appointed O. H. Wad-diGeorge Martin, 18, and Miss Flor-e11 of Somerset, special judgo of the Hasty. 10. were married at tho life W S. Evans, aged GO, a former editor, was killed near Orrvllle, O. Kenton circuit court. county clerk's ofike. Humphrey Marshall, Jr., who has An child of William Fred Skid more, 21, and Mini Myrtlo Horry, 10, were married at Uev, J. M. been connected with the postal service Crouchcr, near Disputana, was burned of the Canal Zone for several years, to death Saturday. Mt. Vernon Signal. Cook 'a by that gentleman. Mrs. C. K. Marshall after a long and Invitations to tho wedding of Mr. J. has tendered his resignation and will Henry Mourning, lato of Somerset, but return to Loulsvillo next week to enter lingering Illness died Monday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. S. Colnow living In Montgomery, Ala , to upon tho practice of law. The Minnesota delegation in Congress lins in this city. Hlchmond Register. Miss Caroline Harmon on the evening IIAKKODSBUKG, KY., NOV. 15, UHW. As a result of a shotgun duel fought of Dec. 7, In Montgomery, has been re- has laid before President Taft tho unanceived by friends and relatives In Ken- imous indorsement of tho delegation by Luther Maes, white, and Sam Bur-toTHE BROWN SHOE CO., St. Louis, Mo. for Judgu Walter II. Sanborn as the colored, in Madison county Bur-totucky. Is suffering seriously from wounds. Mr. and Mra. J. I'. Harper, who succrssur of the late Justico Pcckham GENTLEMEN: Maes gavo up to tho officers and exewere married hero Wednesday at the upon thu supremo court bench. The American Tobacco Company an- cuted bond. The shooting was the rePhtcnix Hotel by the Uev. Mr. GarThe children of Stanford will never forget Saturday, Nov. rison of Danville, left yesterday for nounced officially that there was no sult of a dispute over corn. 13th. It will be a. red letter day in their memories, I nm sure. When gubernatorial moveThe Saufley IndlanapoU. 'nJ for tr'i' BnJ wi" truth in the reports that tho company then go to reside in Salisbury, N. C, was negotiating with the Hurley To- ment inaugurated by the Kentucky wc nrrived in the morning, we were met by n delegation of children nnd where Mr. Harper is a prominent and bacco and Insurance Company for tho Advocato has quickly assumed state-wid- o mothers. We could hardly get through the crowd. Wo went to the proportions, and it now looks like wealthy horseman. Tho brido is an purchase of the pool crop of Kentucky Ktore of CUMMINS & WEAKEN, followed by the delighted children. the distinguished Stanford gentleman attractive young woman from Danville tobacco for 1909. It was not long before "Buster" was riding a bicycle (loaned him by one John R. Walsh, convicted of misap- will have to make the race whether he friends here, who are and has a host of .of the Iniys) tip and down tho street, the little fellows running their legs extending beat wishoa for their hap- plying the funds of the Chicago Na- wants to or not. It Is a case of having tional Hank, of which he was president, the high position forced upon him. piness. Lexington Herald. oirto keep up with him. They could not do enough to show their pleasOn Thanksgiving afternoon Uev. W. was denied a rehearing of his appeal Advocato. ure nt having "Buster" and Tige with them for the day. to the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals At a meeting of the .school teachers A. Grant united In marriage Mr. Geo. The reception was held in the Walton's Opera House whicli was pack- U. Lyno and Misa Mattio Crockett. The in Chicago by Judges Grosscup, Sea- of this district held at Richmond, tho ed to the doors and everybody wns delighted with the performance. Af-the home man and Haker. Eighth District Teachers' Association ceremony was performed at What is claimed to have been the re- was reorganized. The following officers ter the reception, the store was crowded with little customers lor "BUS- 4J of the brlde'a mother, Mrs. Cclesto TEK BKOWN" Shoes, and when wc left, they were still selling Buster 4? Crockett, two mllea below Uawesvllle, cord cargo of cotton to be exported from were elected: Prof. J. A. Sharon, of and was witnessed by only a few of tho the gulf this season was cleared Satur- the Normal School, president; Prof. D. 2J Drown Show to the little folks. W. Hridgcs, of the Lancaster Graded relatives of the contracting parties. day from Pcnsacola on the steamer J MESSRS. CUMMINS & WEAREN are very nice gentlemen and Menzell for Havre. The ship- School, vice president; Miss Ora L. AdMr. Lyno Is one of Kentucky's most 4? have a fine store. They received us very pleasantly and were much ment consisted of 12,000 bales, valued ams, superintendent of schools, liar- popular druggists and Is a native of pleased with the advertisement. rodsburg, secretary. Tho next meeting Ho and his brother were at nearly $900,000. Henderson. Unable to cope with the strike situa will be held in Danville and those ap business In Uawesvllle a in the drue Trusting they have good results from our efforts, I am. very truly, 5& few years ago, but Ave years ago they tion at Kridgcport, O., Sheriff Amrine pointed as the committee to arrange B. L. S. BROWN. removed to Crab Orchard. He is a asked Gov. Harmon to send militia to the program for the next meeting were: most excellent and honored gentleman, quell the trouble and prcservo order at Dr. O. H. Falhs, Danville, chairman; t$. YOU CAN FIND WHAT YOU WANf IN OUR LARGE ASSORTMENT d plant of the Amer Prof. J. T. Coates, Richmond, and a Knight Templar and an Odd Fellow, the ? OF CHILDREN'S SHOES. and Is highly regarded wherever known, ican Sheet and Tinplate Co. The town Prof. J. U. Abner. of Burgin. $ Judge W. Con Hell has called a special for his integrity and uprightness. Miss is now under martial law. Judgo James Ureathitt, attorney gen- session of tho Garrard county grand Crockett is the eldest daughter of Mrs. Cclesto Crockett, and l.i so popular with eral, has written an opinion in which jury to be held at Lancaster this week her acquaintances that her removal he holds that tho Hurley Tobacco and to investigate the charges of malfeasance in office of Judge A. D. Ford, ns from the scene of her life tlmo friends Insurance Company is illegally Judge Ureathitt says n single charged in a report made by State Inis a personal bereavement, bho Is a the corporation may not do both a mercan- spector M. II Thatcher. Judge Ford is Kentucky glrl-j- uit plain, one of the most prominent Democrats kind you like to meet after all tho fri- tile and insurance business. The final articles for the heavyweight in this section of the State, and is servvolities of tho ace aro recounted. Doth HUSTONVILLE. of the parties arc so well known and championship fight between Jim Jef- ing his second term as County Judge of liked that a royal time was planned for fries and Jack Johnson were signed. Garrard county. At the November elecThe following horses owned by J. C. them with shoes and ricn when they They will fight 45 rounds or more in tion he was elected for a third term and Reid, of Hustonville, were sold at the came to Hawcavillo that afternoon for either Utah or California before Tex is to qualify on Jan. 1. The charge n Bale in Lexington Wedtho train, but both are old hands at Rickard's club on July 4. Tho rcferca registered against him by the State nesday: Hritomarte. ch m, 5, by so they had a will be selected CO days before the con- Inspector is that in violation of law he thwarting such pleasures, Poncho, by Cholula; M. F. special permit for tho train to atop at test. acted as committee for idiots of the In his annual report Secretary of tho county, collecting on some of them Rogers, $105. Little Mask, b m. 5, by Petri, where they got aboard. When Sandringham Lass of Wheatley. by it reached Haweavillo all hope of seeing Navy Meyer opposes tho abandonment xfter they were dead. The charges Hanover, St. James Stock Farm, $210. any of tho navy yards at present came as a sensation to the people of them on tho train had gone. The brido of Cappadocia, b m, 5, by St. George-L- ucy presented herself at thf car window, in use. Secretary believes that the this section, and in order to run the Lee, by Powhattan; J. C. Harbee, tlmo may come when these yards aro matter to ground at once Judge Hell proceedbut tho groom never. Thev $2oO. Hazing, b m, 5, by Ogden SaraThe grand toga, by ed on their journey to Crab Orchard, badly needed and may have to bo re- ordered an extra session. Henry of Narvarre; James will reside. Present at the purchased at big prices should they be jury will be asked to go into every feawhere they Brady, New York, $1,000. Chestnut .tuiasite"' " closed now. wedding were John A. Lyne, u brother, ture in detail, and submit their findMrs. Dora Elizabeth Doxey, in de- ings to tha court. Inspector .Thatcher colt, weanling, by Contester Hazing; from Henderson, who ii James Brady, $500. Chestnut colt, among the newspaper fraternity and fending the charge nt St. Louis that has been summoned to appear before weanling, by Santon Fleeting Momshe killed William Erdic with arsenic, the grand jury with his records in the who Is now publisher of tho otlieial A ents II, by Fabulus; L. Duval, $75. O. U W. paper of State. The uroom's will deny that she received Erder's life case. Reid & Carpenter, of HuUonville, sold 82, and from Henderson, insurance or that she knew his life was father, aged The following the following horses at the sale on the A Liberal Offer She will deny hIso that she was also present, and thereby hanga a insured. same day: Ambrosia, ch m, (10), by coincidence near akin to a romance. married Erder and will attempt to card, made into a blotter, signed by a Hanover, King Cup, by Kingcraft, W. one of the victimi prove that lie had another wife, from dozen grocery firms of Delaware. Ohio, The elder Lyne was has been scattered by thousands and S. Hopkins, $300. Lucy Lee, b m, (17), of u distressing Bteamboal disaster of whom hu was separated. by Powhattan Temerine, by Ten Almost on the eve of the meeting has provid very effective: "Anyone early days, and this disaster occur the Brock; John M. Morris, $150. EliseB., bride liv-- e of tho General Assembly tho State v. ho drinks three glasses of whisky a STANFORD, KENTUCKY. e I at a oInt near whero the Royal-Ma- ttie T., day for one year and pays ten cents b m, (15), by Prince 1. In February, 18J8, tho new built faces a deficit In the Treasury of by Billet; Catesby Woodford, $200. Tho books of tho Stato Treas- a drink for it can have in exchange at st;amer Major Harbour, was sunk near Annual bazaar on Saturday, Dec. 11, ORGANIZED IN 1882. . the Kentucky ahoro by the steamer urer shows that at tho close of business any of tho firms whose names appear at tho Emporium Flats, Hustonville, CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. of flour, 20 P.ul Jones running into her. Five Uvea November 30, there was in tho State on this card: 3 barrels given by the ladies of the Presbyterian SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. Mr. Lyno camo near being Treasury tho sum of $33G,837 37, divid- bushels of potatoes, 200 lbs. of granuwere lost. Don't buy your Xmas pres1 church. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $2161505 drowned in tho disaster, and did lose ed In the following funds: Sinking lated sugar, 1 barrel of crackers, ents until you attend this function. his bill of drugs aboard. That Ills son fund $1G7,G70.2G; school fund, $315,-70- 9 pound of pepper, 2 pounds of tea, Meals served from hjgh noon until 11 93; deficit in general expenditures 50 Dounds of salt. 20 pounds of rice, 50 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety should more than CO years later marry o'clock at night. Oysters served in eva young lady who later camo upon tho fund, $176,507.42. There were outstand- pounds of butter, 10 pounds of cheese, ery style; also ices and cakes. Tho eve- Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. canscene of activity at almost the Identical ing warrants on that date, however, 25 pounds of coffee, 10 pounds of ning social will be an event long to be peculiar coinci- amounting to $933, 131 88, which makes dy, 3 dozen cans of tomatoes, 10 dozen sp)t, is regarded as a bananas, 2 dozen cans of corn, 18 boxes remembered by old and young. Prof. dence and stamps this papular groom as the deficit abovo given. bushel beans, 100 Aciolian, of New York, will at this of matches, one-haHuWesvillo a child of destiny. almost Young Girls Are Victims. OFFICERS. cakes of soap, 12 packages rolled oats, time appear before the public for the DIRECTORS. Clarion. of headache, as well as older women, for the same money and get $15.30 last time (ala Pattle.) Hear him in F. Reid, J. H. Daughman, S. Hocker, President;. Tho Eleventh District is already in but ull gel quick relief and prompt premium for making the change in his Clasical music, Wagner List Verdi and M." D. Elmore, J. M. Pettus. S. T. Harris, miss this musical event. others. Don't the midst of a hot congressional euro from Dr. King'a Now Llfo Pills, expenditures " H, C. Daughman,' . F. Cummins, Santa Claus or his son Iko, will bo pres John J. McRoberts, Cashier; camnalirn and the Eighth District is tho world's best remedy for xlek and S, T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, ent and cordially invites all of the childForced into Exile. well on the way. Hon Jero Sullivan, nervous headaches. They make pure II. C. Baugbman, Asst. Cash'r W. D O'Bannon J. S. Hocker, to come and Win. UlHjhurch of Glen Oak, Okla., ren of the community of Hlchmond, is canvassing the dis- blood, and strong nerves and build W.W .Saunders, Bookkeeper, C. E. Tate. trict, while Congressman Helm, who up your health. Try them. 25o at was an exile from home Mountain shake his hand and leave their letters would cuio a frlghtfu for their many wants. Ills reception air, he thought, is not letting the Penny's Drug Store. seeks cough that had defied all will bo held from 2 until 3 I, m. Be The "grass grow under his feet. Sho (sternly) I heard a noise very remedies for two jears. After six sure and bring tho children. Watch for friends of Hon. W. J. Price, of this months he returned, death dogging his the arrival in his auto and read his bancity, aro fixing tho fences for him ond late. He (facetiously) Was it the night steps. "Then I began to use Dr. King's ner. Many surprises will be sprung on nil indications point to an interesting New Discovery," be writes, "and af- you at the bazaar to keep you guessing campaign. It is impossible to down falling? She No, it wasn't. It was tho ter taking six bottles I am as well as from start to finish. Don't miss this a political fight when It starts, und ever." It saves thousands yearly rare function. Ladles of the Presbyfor all concerned, the best thing that from desperate lung diseases. Infal- terian church, Hustonville, Ky. could be done would bo for tho pri"Health Colfee" Is tho cleverest lible for Coughs and Colds, it dispels mary to be called and tho question a the A clever woman calls Imitation of real cofleo ever yet made. Hoarsenes and Sore Throat. Cures settled during tho noxt three months. It because Dr. Shoop created it from pure parch- Grip, Bronchitis, Hemorrhages, Asth- sunshine prescription Advocate. changed her from a miserable, nerv ed grains, malt, nun, etc. Fine iu m ma, Croup, Whooping Cough. 60c flavor Is mado In just ono minute. and $1, trial bottle ftte, guaranteed by ous dyspeptic into a bright, healthy, A Scolded Boy's Shrieks We will show rou'the uicestjlino of JXmas goods from all tho foreign 30 minutes tedious boiling. happy weman in a few weeks. Stops horrlflod his grandmother, Mrs. Marin No 20 or Penny's Drug Store. stomach distress Id fi minutes. Penny patteries ever sliowu here. DinuerVure, Novelties. Brica-Ura- o and Com Taylor, of Nebo, Ky., who writes that, Sample freo. Penny's Drug Store. "I don't believe I shall run for office guarantees them. Large box MM. when all thought he would die, lluck-len- 's uiuuity Silverware, Carving Sets nnd other things too numerous to mention Freed of legislative duties, members again," said the veteran politician. Arnica Salve wholly cured him. Hustle and turmoil continues in the "Why not?" asked the friend. of the House of Commons and many Infallible for Hums, Sualds, Cuts' "My children are having too many political field in England. Instead of Come and see us and you will agree'with up. peers began their own political cam Corns, Wounds, llrulses. Cures Comschoolyard fights over the pictures and "what will the Lords do with the bud-Sores, Dolls, Skin Eruptions, paigns In their constituencies. get ?" the question now shapes itself paratively few remained in London for articles that get into print." Chilblains. Chapped Hands. Soon in the liberal mind as "what will the connected with the cererouts Piles. 25o at Penny's Drug the formalities country do to the Lords I" Miss Alice Lloyd, the monies of proroguing Parliament. Store. writer, lecturer and head of the nub- Cold Pains of women, bead pains, or any llclty department of the Burley tobac- - The little Candy w 1 Cure Tablets Imports of all kinds of fertilizers and In a few hours Proventlcs, amounted to about pain stopped to 20 minutes sure, with co pool, has filed articles of incorpora- fertilizer materials to manufacture to- - whir check all Colds or LaOrlppe. Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. See tion for a company $27,000,000 in 1908. Imports of Chilean Sold by Penny's Try them! nitrate of soda increased from $8,800,-00- 0 full formula on 24c box. Sold by bacco hoheads. The Drooosed facto- -' ol0"' rv will be located in Lexington. in 1908. Peony's Drug Store. ia 1901 to $12,000,000 Z3Ji A Letter From "Buster Brown." eight-year-ol- d !! n, n it t J-J- Aetna-Standar- il ! l ; Cummins & Wearen, i incor-porate- J; STANFORD, KENTUCKY. h H. B. NORTHCOTT, keys. See him before selling. 153, Fastg-Tipto- Will Pay the Highest Market Price for TurCall Stanford, Ky. well-know- n H. B. NORTHCOTT. Stanford FIRST NATIONAL BANK, $C01,-258.5- 1. lf lung-rackin- g Xmas Goods. ' Fever- well-know- n c"d c. "T GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford! The Interior Journal. K. C. WALTON We see from an Interview given out by Congressman Harvey Helm on his return to Washington that he will In troduce bills for the erection of public buildings at the following towns in his district: Shelbyville, Lancaster nnd Harrodsburg, running from $100,000 for Shelbyville to smaller appropriations for the other two named towns. As the Lancaster postofllce receipts are not as large as Stanford's by several thousand dollars, and Stanford's about the same as Harrodsburg, tho Interior Jour NAL would liko to know if Stanford, Is not the home of CongressmanlHelm, a part of tho Eighth Congressional district and entitled to fair consideration at that gentleman's hands from a pub lic building standpoint? We are for tho upbuilding of Stanford and for tho betterment of Lincoln count and we propose In the future, as well as in the past, to continue to preach that doc trine to the best people that God ever let the sun shine upon. We have plenty of beautiful sites, especially the old Seminary grounds on"Main Street, to locate a handsome structure upon, which in the days to come we can point to with pardonablo pride and which would put a loyal constituency under lasting obligations to the one who caused it to be erccted'in one of the best towns on the map and splendid officials officials to occupyj it. When Senator James B. McCreary, of Richmond, was in Congress, among other of his good traits, was the fact that ho 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 $125,000 or more and it willfever be a monument to his memory when he has crossed Tire family residence at Washington of John G. Carlisle, Secretary of. the Treasury under Cleveland. Whs attached by an United States marshal for a claim of $2,385 for diamonds and other jewelry. The Itemized list In cludes a three-stondiamond ring and a soltaire diamond valued at $1,200, 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 jewelry and why with his salary then and large law practico since he doesn't pay for It? e Auctioneer I " 1 ofcer my aerrlcea to the people coin connty aaan auctioneer, hallsfartlon guaranteed. , It.W.McWllOUTKH, r jnorriniuit ' Ntt f Apprirtatfen ftf PariM FOR SALE I m Notlei l htrrhy given that Jntnc tl. Kennedy, who waa contleled at the June term. It?, of the Lincoln circuit court, ol th murder of Milton Kstea, will aak thf governor for n pardon and all who object will notify the governor and mate In writ Ing any objection Jam, II, KrM-irii- GIVEN FREE! I HoTer Hotel, at Crab Orchard, also alore-rooJuatacroaaatrcet.wltti post office adjoining and a cottage or ofllc of three room. All ncccasary outbuildings. MIlH.OUIlTIH(IOVKIt. Crab Orchard, Ky. This. Not. IT, MW. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Lincoln Circuit Court A- - directed lijr a Judgment of the Lincoln - with Canada some of tho leading Congressmen will try to havo the tariff on wood pulp and print paper modified as soon as Congress meets. If tho 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. Fearino a trade war circuit court, rendered at the Notemher term, llV, In the action of the Htate llnuk . My farm of 130 acrei.TO of w hlrh I. cleared , .V"V V' ,uhTu1fr?.ftnJ: co ini liiialineY land. for rent private y. lift acre- - are'I IW' owed In gram, remainder for cultivation, ""' ' MONDAY it nam rorn and tobacco on shares, in uratieil Hchooldlilrlct. Una dwelling ot tin room-- , at almitHtanlord, Ky.,nrrer the Hale , two Urn places, Hock door In I r. v.. In front of for at pub. two atone chimney-.Mo to Ilia barn and tobacco wrn and other outbuild- a outcryof alx highest and lest lilddiron credit moiilhl the tract of land ings. W. M. MtmritT, Klngi Mountain, Ky. atout T mllea from Htnnlnrd, In Lincoln rounty, Ky on Hlanford .V wnyiicahurg jrCk. pike, bound) d thuti llrglnnlngat S chestfa . nuts, nnr lliitchl-on'sse- h thence & H"-J- , IS VS potest", links, Hftr'i W a Hl-llnka tola ich on Kast aide ol pike H M. K l- CS r v sKAJif-Jipoles toa stake, H 4.1 K 31 pole- - H rVj H -s-'--f to locust In old line, with nine N ft polea pole- end K7 n lluki to where two while Wool oaka and sugar tree atood B to", K ta pole " '.') links towhlteimk 11. llutchl-on'- a corner Feathers, Tallow, Btawax, Clascal, NWHKW) polo It llnli to poplar tump May Apple, Coldtn enrnerto aaina and Hill N 41 V naaalna a WlW Cinc-- r. ale U'e an I in-1!court-home FARM FOR RENT! i Ullman & Co., of Chicago, One of the best tailoring houses in the coun- try- - nave Pced their line with me for next bpring and in order to show you their supe- i. HOT WOrKITlanSrllD and material, they have forwarded me a large selection of i " a J"U K H-d- hivf! v.',v,B vEZ -- li v iA duce a bill In the next Legislature, ing Casey county out of the 11th district and putting It In the 8th district, thereby giving the gallant and fighting democrats of Casey a chance to be factors in Kentucky politics. It is n good bill and we hope the Senator will be able to pass it. tak- Senator R. L. Huddle will intro- rttaUMi-- d LowimEc la 1836 "Ow half a io and caa do better for you lLaa aetata cr cccaaiaaoa rarrcWu, Rtfrirncr. Writ for wrtUy any Daakla LminiEe. nice tiM and tlaptaa- - Ugi. !! rranry 229 E. Uirttl St. n. Sabtl A Sona lOUISYlllE. KY. RnamnaHMMsi Commissioner's Sale The farmer is nearly always inde pendent, but this year each one of them is a king. Secretary Wilson in his annual report, says that this year's crop Is worth $8,760,000,000, a gain over 1908 of $869,000,000. Everything the farmer has to sell is in demand at higher prices than ever. Who wouldn't be a farmer if he could ? Il h over the river to restjunder the shade of the trees. We would like to know why Stanford- - is not deserving of a beautiful publicbullding that would, in evary way, be commensurate with our a little city, her High School building and the handsome new $35,000 court-houswhich is now nearlng completion. We wo lid not pluck from the brows of any of the above towns any laurels they de ly. The object of the aale la to satisfy the Inserve, but we would crown Stanford it a felony to carry one. That is a Lincoln Circuit Court. debtedness of Oeorge 'ioocb.drceas'd. with that wreath of gold she is so just pretty stringent law, but when it is In obedience to a Judgment of the Lincoln The purchasera will lie reiUlnil toexecute court rendered at the November lionds, with good aecurlty for the purchase ly entitled tojwear. How about it, Mr. considered that most men who carry circuit UOu, of In term, iM'aring pistols have murder in their hearts it Uuardlnii, Ac, the action MnyL. It. Ilugho. frice, payaweio inecommisaioner.aale until Congressman? Jones, Ac, the agnlnat K. Interest from date of underalgncd commlailoner will on is not too severe. pald.hiiwng the torce nnd effect of n Judgment and secured by lieu on property aald, MONDAY. DKC.U. 1Wi, In his annual report Secretary of Ag 1 r. x.. In front J. 11. I'AXTON, M. C. L. O.O. A St. Louis jury broke the will of a at nbout Htunforil, Ky.. of the aale offer tor at pub ricuiture Wllsonjshows how the con- - millionaire because It was proved that door. In to me K.H.Alcorn. Atty. for l'lalntlff. mgneai una oesi uiuaer me lic outcry iu tier has beenlgouged by the meat he took five drinks before making it. undtvldt d ', Intereat of J. T. Jonea'chlldren In the tract of land near Mllledgevllle, In I sellers, but hisstatement was unneces Unless he was mighty used to it, we Lincoln county, ky., bounded on the Kaat by the Danville A Iluatomllle turnpike; on sary in face of the fact that Armour & should say as a matter of fact that he the North by the county rond the lauda of Lincoln Circuit Court. Co. alone made a gross profit for tho llranen: ltoliert was not capable of proper distribution the WeatDurham nod Hannah Heat and on by tbelandaof Thoa. 1'. year of $10,582,000 on a capital stock of H. Hushes: on the Houth by the land, of of so much money. Inotedleiice to n Judgment of the UnMra. Mary Johnson and H. II. Newell; the coil) $2),000,000.and a net dividend of 35 per circuit court, rendered at the Novemwhole tract containing 70 acrea. cent. The packers' committee recent ber term. 1HU. In the action of J. tl. llryau. dis'We have just made a pleasant The object of the aale la for reinvestment. nuuir.. eie.. 1 a r.isuui toiieii,etc. tne llll- aale will homadeonacrt-dl- l TKHMrt. The lymade the statement that the packer covery. Fifty-thre- e pay days in 1910," Ueraigned commissioner win on bond with good aecurlty for MONDAY, DKC. IS, HtO, being obliged to pay a higher price for says the Louisville Times. This is evi- of alx months,price will be required of the the purchase court day, panoie live stock passed on the additional cost dently from the hired editor's stand mrcnascr.oer cent. io uie commissioner, county new court at about I v u.. In front, Intereat from date of aale of the learlm: A house. In Hlanford. Ky to the dealer, who inlturn shifted it to point. The boss is certainly not going until imld.huvlni: the force and effect of a offer for aale at public outcry to the highest Judgment and secured by lieu on the Inter- and best bidder, on a credit of alx montha the consumer. Even this fails to ac- in raptures over it. eat sold. the bouse and lot near Htanford. In Lincoln J. B. I'AXTON, M.C. L.CC. county, Ky., on the Kaat aide of the Dan count for the increase in two years of .tile A Htanford turnpike, bounded on the K. H. Alcorn, Atty for rialnttfT. $5 a barrel formessbenf. The concern Gertrude Atherton. the novelist, Weat by aald pike; on the North and Kaat by the land of John Bright; on the Houth that makes 35 per'rent. off its patrons says she would rather go t" hell than by the land of W. II. Hill, containing Vi polea, can only do so byjthe rankest extortion to Chicago. It would doubtless be the COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ertyJ and known as the "old tolluute" nroo Lincoln Circuit Court. fhe oblect of the aale la to liar the In What's the matter withjgiving the beef same to her if Christ should come and llryan and di trust a tisto of the Standard Oil medi- order all to the lower place who belong I'urauantto a Judgment of the Lincoln debtedness of Mra. Mary II.neriieirsai law vide me remainder among The purehaser will be required to execute there. circuit court, rtndered at the Noembrr cine? term.lUJV, 111 tho action of Mlaa Annie K. bond for the purchase price, payable to the agnlnat Mra. F. M. Dunn'a Heirs, commissioner, due Hi six months, bearing Dunn. Kentucky is noted forjother things Armour & Co. earned $7,126,924 net Ac, meAc, unueraigneu commissioner win on per cent. Intereat from date of aale untilpuld. Unwni: the forco nnd effect of a ludiron its $20,000,000 capital stock during MONDAY, DKO.13, 1Kj, besides blue grass'land, 'pretty women inent, and aecured by lien on the proiierty the the year closed Nov. 1, a profit of 33 In front ofoner court houte door. In Htnn- - sold. The ahares of the Infanta, I,oralne and fast hones. She leadslall tho othfor sale nt public auction to lord. Ky., VeraTotten, will remain n Hen highest and beat bidder the bouae nnd Tottenand until they er States in tobacco growing, producing per cent. No wonder meat sums are the onDunWIIeHtreet.ln Htanford, Lincoln on the property guardian ffl attain the age of lot mean time Jl.unleas their high and still advancing. d more than county. Ky.. thua deacrlbed: KeiMnnlinr. at executea the bond required the the C'l II of the crop of this by aatnkeln the Kast edge of the Dam Hie Code. J. It. I'AXTON, M. C. U C. O. country and h of the entire M lllce: thence with pike, corner to lot of J. President Taft's message to Con that lino on Kail ward course about KM feet Q. II. Haufley, Atty. for I'lalutlffa. crop of the world. Some tobacco is pro- gress, which convened yesterday, lorms to the line of M. D. KlmoreithenceiiNorth-war- d duced in almost everyllState, but less course with hla line 75 feet Alnchea; perhaps the most vital and Interesting West with than one per cent, of 'the country's crop source of news in the United States thence Kaat hla line uDanvilleard course -- 11 edge of pike; thence feet to w tth Kaat edge of anine 75 feet to the beginIs grown west of the Mississippi river. Lincoln Circuit Court during the present week. ning. Texas is the only State The object of the aale la to aatlafr the of Mlaa Annie K. Dunu for I,(KJ.(, in which the industry hasgained much In A school for husbands with a course debtanper cent, lutereattrom March K, Ifni, circuit court to a ludiiment of the Lincoln rendered at the importance. Thclargest)crop of to- in hooking dresses up the back is pro- with credited by 5fpald Jan. l.lsx.and of Mra. term, 1UV, III the action of Fred kcaallng, a Lou W. bacco ever raised was 'this'year. More posed. It might be a good idea if the Intereat Kmbry for ILVUvM, with per cent. (lunrdlun, .t., against Fred YoiKirilenlgau, March tt. lvi, credited by liuu Ac, the undersigned commissioner will on from than 50,000,000 pounds ofcigar tobacco masculine fingers could be made not to paid Jan. 1, WH, against the estate of Mrs. MONDAY, DEC. IS.IWM, F. M, Dunn and the costa of the aald action. and four times that quantity of other act as nil thumbs. TKHMB. The aale w 111 be made on credlta at about 1 1. M InKfront of the court house door, la Htanford, of alx nnd II montha In equnl Installments; lic outcry to the lilulu offer for sale at pubkinds of tobacco is the estimate of the i and liest bidder on gooa security jor me purchase uonu iniicreiuioi aixmnniiiaan undivided axriculturalTdepartment. Cranderries are the cheapest things prlco who be required of the will ter) at In the following lauda on the waters bcartngOpcrient. on the market. Thoso who can not afuate oi auie until paiu, Having of Lick Ilriinch of Hanging Fork lit LinA Washington dispatch says that ford turkey can make a show at a part interest irom effect of Judgment nnd se- coln county, Ky. the force and 1 A tract luunded on the Kaat hr the bind cured by Hen. Attorney Lewis L. Walker, of Lancas of the necessaries at any rate. J. n. I'AXTON, M, O. L. C. O. of Alfred Hlmiisuu'g heirs; oil the Weat by ter, has been agreed on for district at thelundsof Mra. KntberliieAdornud Dald lv. H. Alcorn. Atty. fur Plaintiff. Kennedy; on the North by the laud of AlA New York man got an injunction torney of thelEasterndistrict of Ken' bert VoiiClrueiilgan; on the Houth by the county road, tucky, and that Sawyer Smith, of Bar against his wife for incessant talking 2 A tract of land bounded by the lund of bourtille, will be his assistant. We ob over the telephone. Most husbands would Mra. Kntherlne Adoriind others, more par ticularly described Hi the itltluu which la ject to the latterrproposition seriously, do the same thing If they dared to. We. whoae names appear below, atrlctly referred to for a description. forbid bunting, nahlng or any kind of as we want to seeillon. George M. DaTho purcliusera will bo required to uHe on our placea und will proaecute vibonds with good aecurlty for the uurchaao vison, of thisplace, retain his present olator to the full extent of the law. POLITICAL. price, payable to tmtcoiiimlaaloner, brurlmr Mlaa Mattle Ilewea, Itelchenbocb Broa. a ier cent. Interest from dutu of aale until position. Hisrecord in office has been A.T. Travlor. Senator W. 0. Coleman, of Henry Fred llaumanu. luttd.hatlni' the force and ellect of a ludir- N, II. riummer, clean andlhe is In every way fitted for '.uuurnuoocii, inent and aecured by lien on the proiierty county, has withdrawn from the race Will Heater, H.O. Nunuelley. told. J. II. I'AXTON, M.C. Ll.U. the place. We hope the Department of J. W. Haughman. J. W. Peck, K. H. Alcorn, Atty. for l'lalntlff. David Htevena, j. K. uruce. Justice will retain the clever assistant for prison commisioner. JoiinOamenlacb. Wm.Cordler. Gov. John F, Shafrotb, of Colorado, district attorney from Lincoln county. Dan Travlor, m. u. r.imore, I in a speech at New York before the OotllbOHck. Fred Ilandorf, D. M. Kentucky ranks third in the list of Equal Franchise League, said woman J.J.Thompson Mr. and Mra.Anderaon, J, K. Moaer, Jaa. II. Kada Lincoln Circuit Court. A. Kiouaa lira. N.J. Logan, llortou Internal Revenue payments with Illi suffrage has proved a success in Colo M rs. (leo. J.J.Klllott. W. II. Daugberty, nois first and New York second. In rado and predicted that it would berranic uordler. a Win. W. II. lloutt'i Admr., l'lalntlff, Dr. (I. O. Terry, Itev. Father Leu, tho total of $246,212,719.22 Kentucky come universal in the United States. Moreland, Defendant. Notice of hale. 11. W.dalnea, H. II. lUughuian, lTpl..t. All,rl,li Judgment rendered 111 In obedience to a A. il, llOOl, Representative Itansdell, of Louisicontributed $28,130,420.31, which is Mrs. Margaret Ooocb, Jacob (lander tbeabote styled court and action at the only J400.000 less than New York. ana, president of the National Rivers W.H.Traylor term. Itiu), the undersigned couiiuls-slone- r lieo.u. tineua, wllj nt about lex, on joiui juier, There was a decrease of over five and and Harbors Congress, which meets at Ham ltolierta Amend Hchuefcr, M.J. llofmann, MONDAY, DKO. 18.1KW. A. it. Matheny a half millions In the revenue due In Washington next Wednesday, conferred K.T. lea z ley In front of t bo court house door In Htanford, L. H.Oarner. Mra.J.11.0waley, Kyolferfor aale at public outcry to the large measuro to the prohibition move- with thePresIdent about the speech the M.J. Morgan, II. L. Kagaley, highest and beat bidder on u credit of alx It.O. Watkfna, ment. Deer production also decreased Chief Executive will make upon tho H.T, Harris, of an uudUlded ', In montha tho It. II. Crow. J. O. Hundley. remainder, subject to the life i state of lira. Mra. Nunnle II. Good, C. K. McClure, while the tax on tobacco largely in- opening of the Congress. M. W. Moreland In a tract of Ut) acrea of Anderson (Jarr. Anton ltonecker. W. M. Dlahou, creased, showing that peoplo must R. L. McCormlck, the richest man Fred Voudruenlgun land on the waters ol the Hanging Fork In rt . a, II.. ,.. . t u.im.uiiiuii. Lincoln county, Ky bounded on the North Mra. Kate Ador have stimulants of some kind, at least In Tacoma, Wash , wants to succeed Mra, Ilehoccit it, (Jurpi nter by the lund of A. W, Carpenter) oil the Kust Nlo'llutJ. by tho Hiimuel Helm lands; on the Wrat by W. Kopati, n. r, itwreiice, they seem to think so. Senator Piles, as he prides himself on John H. Lee, the Catherine (luddla land; on the Houth by D.Huvlera, e the laud of It. C, Nuunelley und the T. V. being a Tom Kerrlll, Christian Jacob, man and on the fact Hill land Krixt I'uyk. A New York gave that he never has had on a necktie. W. W. I'ltliiaii, The oblect of the sale la to satlaft lIuIii Alex Cooper. J.NevluCurter, the man whq saved him from drown- Those are two points against blm. K, II. Denhuui. Mra. W. O. Welch, tlU'adebt against defendant for JI01.T5, with percent. luterest from June IS, ll6, until II. C. Anderson, W. D. Ooocb, ing, $5,000. In this valuation of him- The e (luaUelsil. miu UIIU 1MB lusts. T. A. ltlce. man is too often proud The purchaser will be required to give lteuben Curtis, Ohrla Camenlach, self, tho gentleman displays little of of the job and tho other claim makes bond with good aecurlty for the purchase Tlualev HnnmiHinfit-JameaHuilth, the characteristics of Harry K. Thaw, price, payable to the commissioner, bearing A. L. Cutter, T.W. Carter. him All the bill of what Sut Loving. o per cam. intereat irom uate of aale until who was decided by the court to suffer II. W.Clalnta. W. l'.Orlmes. paid, having the force and effect of a JudgW. M. Fields' from an aggravated case of exaggerat- hood would call a natural born darn J. L. Holtaclaw, ment and aecured by Ilea. It. K. Jalna. lira. Muttu White, ago. ed fool. I e, Lincoln Circuit Court. MONDAY, I)KO. IS, 1W. Aadlrecte-- 1 by a Judgment of the Lincoln In front of the new court home. In Hlanford, Ky., at about 1 o'clock 1. M., offer Ix-i-for circuit court, rendered at the Notember term, IHW. In the case of Ka (ioocli, Ac, ale at publlo outcry to the highest nnd t bidder on a credit of lx montha a houte against Viola (looch, Ac, the undersigned and lot near the depot In Crab Orchard. Lin- g commissioner will on coln county, Ky.. bounded thua: llegln-nlnMONDAY, DEC. IS. IWV, at a atono In the edge of the pike near Court day, at about 1 where Hock lonlea In Junction of road late- county court house door. In I'.M.. In front Hlanford, Ky., ly aald road V of the with line The Louisville Herald has reduced to of atood; thence Mra. Alice ofNew land Idt; offer for ante at publlo outcry to the hlgheat the line of of six one cent a copy, a decided innovation thence with her line N to lot of Jot. l'leaa-ant- and best bidder. on a credit Lincoln montha, county, thence aald line to plke;tbenre H with two lota In Mllledgevllle. in newspaperdom at the Fall City. A pa- line of aald pike to tegfnnlng, containing Ky.. the first ol which Is Ihuadcacrlbcd! In the renter of street corner to iotiu'thlng oer nil acre. per like the Herald can not be producCoiupton: thence his llueHfj KM polea. I The object of the aale la fur a dllalon of on Hand Id e; thence hla ed for a cent and it Is foolish to sell It the proceeda. The purchBaer will be re- llnkaNto his 7corner 11 llnka tocornerouaanie, line ' K polea quired to execute bond for the aale price, thence HK7" V8Holea to the center of the at that price. We have heard of no payable to the coinmlailoner. bearing n per atreet: thence with center of atrtt't HSJ. V 7 one kicking on the price of newspapers. cent. Intereat from date of aale until paid, polea llnka to the la'glnnlng, containing I having the force and effect of a Judgment acre, 1 roods and 37 polea. They are certainly cheap enough now. and aecured by lien on the property. la on the The second J. II. I'AXTON, M.C. L. O. O. Isaac (llbson lot boundedthe Kast North bybr Dannrowrlv: on vllleA llustonvtlle turnpike road; on the In Missouri a pistol "toter" was I'.M.Mcltobarta.Atty.for IMalntltT. West by V. M.Handldgetandon the Houth sentenced to two years in tho peniby Kmma Owsley, containing four acres, mure or leaa. i lie iota win ue som separatetentiary, under the new law making Lincoln Circuit Court. In obedience to a Judgment of the Lin coln circuit court rendered at the Novem ber tenn.lwv. In the action of W. II. lllc- fins, Guardian, .tc.agalnat Mra. Hnbra M. Ac, the undenlgncd commlailoner wlllon aldeof pike with aame H IIS K r, polea 1.1 iinkatoatakein front of lmu.e m i w wlea 17 llnka to the leglniilng, containing . M) acrea anil rsipoiea. more or leaa, aae ami except one acre heretofore dei drd to Hchool I District No, W. of anlela for a dlxlslon of the good security for the purchase price will lie requtredof tho purchaser. lug 8 -- r cent. Interest from date of aale mi-- 1 til paid, I Judgment,hating the force and effect of a ' lmjable to thecommlaalonerand aecurol by lieu on the land. Wrffil?&XAvZ&i J. II. I'AXTON. M. O. !. O. C. O. I). Florence, Atty. for Plaintiff. Commissioner's Sale Suitings and Overcoats I for immediate use; and with each order for a Suit or Overcoat, at $20 or more, we are going to GIVE YOU a beautiful Fancy Vest, . You make your own selection worth from any of their large line of fancy vests. Our usual guarantee goes out with these orders. A PERFECT FIT or NO SALE. This offer is for business to Christmas day. v Commissioner's Sale! court-hous- e H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Commissioner's Sale E3333eSQ32eeSG333SI G. L. Penny It. II. Cof K. It. Coleman 4 Vinolf 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 one-thir- one-nint- A Commissioner's Sale! PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. purchaaer.pay-ubletotheiomuittalone- r, POSTED. Oklahoma's.Land Sale One million six hundred thousand acres of valuable farm f.5". ,a,ul l:0nK-to the State of Oklahoma, a"!l will be divided into farms of one hundred nnd sixty acres each and sold to the highest bidder, on AUCTION BEGINS DECEMBER 16, 1909nd for 21 days. The agricultural land has been appraised at prices ranging from $8.00 to $34.00 per acre. The average appraised .value of the grazing land Is about 52.50 per acre. ( 'w g SntK 'scSi r Commissioner's Sale -- Reduced Railroad Fares w 1 Via THE HENDERSON ROUTE to all points in Oklahoma. Tickets on sale the first and third Tuesdays in each month and bear final return limit of twenty-fiv- e days from date of sale. Diverse routes are permitted on these tickets, that is, the going trip may be made thru one section or portion of the State and the return trip thru another. For one-ha- lf I -- self-mad- multi-millionai- Regarding the price and the diverse route arrangement of the railroad tickets, also the terms of purchase, it nnd full description of the farm lauds, nay-mei- Full Information Write self-mad- Miss Mary l'epplaa, W. H. KmIob, . .r.V.FOBMTT.Bpoo.alOommUalonar. ., " ' "The Henderson Route" Ir0iV.6V.U.ft Ky. K. P. PENN, T. T. A., or J. P. CARDNER, G.l'.A. A I ff- iuy WiHttiial v ?7 ' I - ra.aLcfcy' S THE DATE OF OUR SEMI-ANNUA- 3 ! ' A o-,- L REDUCTION SALE "-j""--" o.l.-rll.o- .t ' ' You, who have not bought, come to this sale. Vo will wll all Odds and Ends nmntomnants nt about one half tlicir value. o will lavo you a lot of money on a Cloak, Suit, Skirt, Children's Cloak,.. Heavy Goods, Etc. Remember our sales never d.V .. ...: Oil Will Mini tlin frond nilimint. in flu. inln in.) n. Tn i ... r..iu r uiu i Kl . !.. . ,. I , . .: - ; iai ninny mcrciinnis uiinK H tony to fell reiiiicea prices, but we still believe our policy to carry none over if a sacrifico talc B. will nut tliem In the homes of our customers. Sale closes Dec. 31. See circular for further information. New Towel, N cw wvn wi Atuiicy Aim 1 lUIKinlLllll'jr """" "'"'' """"v. ... ........... iWm SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. BTAHroiiD, &, Seed Meal 10c SON STANFORD KY. at Uaughman's counter, Dec. 20 For ris' A thoso Xmaa presents go to Fer moro guns Cotton Mill. 1009 store. IooK at our noCv designs in Roches- Some Rreat bargain In box paper aro ter Wore. W. II. Higgins. bcinft closed out to make room (or new A nice Inp robe will make a good tock at Penny's Drug Store. Xmas present. J. C. McClary. PERSONALS. Genuine Kanawha salt. The best for Ciua. I Dawes) was In Louisville curing meat. J. II. Haughman & Co. last week. Our Christmas stock is arriving. Mrs. II. C. Karris was with relatives Dont fail to see our display. W. II. Somerset. at Hlgglns. Hen Hardin, of London, was here Cloiiiino, kid gloves, neck ties, fanFriday nnd Saturday. Sam cy vests made good as new. Suits made M03K3 COOLF.Y Is assisting to measure. J. F. Ilrady. 4t. Itoblnson at his store. . si C. Reynolds is agent at Wanda J. Ladies' are invited to Newland's Station, near Lebanon. Dec. 8, to get a cup of Maxwell house Mks. Nancy Logan is visiting friends blend coffee, free of charge. . and relatives at Chicago. The person who borrowed my roofing Mr. J. II. McAuster, of Way, Miss., tools will please return them. I need has joined his wife and children here. Mr. I. M. Uruce and family havo them now. J. A. Allen. Stanford. moved to their new homo on Logan To all parties holding treasurer claims Avenue. was in Cincinnati come in and get your tax receipt. Wm. Severance Your treasurer claims will now bo paid ..last week buying dead loads of Christ Ky., - l)r.c. few ... ... left at White's Watch for that at Farria'. Don't forget J. F. Cover's sale near Turnersvllle, next Saturday, beginning nt 9:30 a. M. Spotted sow and shoat came to my place 10 days ago. Owner can get them by paying damage, for this notice nnd keep. J. T. Morris, Stanford. L. It. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin Watch for tho Brass sale Warner's store. lasting, go to W. II. Mueller. ad" at and The press of the State is boosting Hon. M. C. Saufley, of Stanford, for Meat cutters, lard presses, sausage Governor. We join them heartily In stuffers, lard cans etc., at W. II. Hig. the movement and hope the judge will consent to mako the race. There is no gins'. hi In the Newland will treat the ladies, Wed- man place. State better fitted for tho Three cheers for him. nesday, to a cup of Maxwell house Somerset Times. blend coffee. For presents that are beautiful Xmas Goods Wc have a nice assortment of Christmas goods to select thnt present from. Silk Umbrellns, with gold or pearl lmndle?. prices from 8H.50 to $10. Nice fur sets from 9 to 825. Ladies' handbags from 50c to 87.50. Suit cases from 81.25 to $7.50. Silk "Wniet Patterns. An elegant line of handkerchiefs, collars, tics, belt pins, novelties, scarfs, silk shawls, ifcc. Also n Inrge assortment of toys for the children, consisting of dolls, wagons, figures, Ac. Also a lot of Chinawnro, consisting of salad dishes, cake plates, &c. .i m mas goods. in full. T. J. Hill. Sheriff. 'r fj A Dn. Morgan Gone. Dr. Willis Morgan, who located hero some time ago to practice veterinary, has left Stanford, selling his Instruments and good will to To Printers. This office has for sale iuy farm, m'nrTurniT Mesuames W. T. and Lee Stone Dr. John Cook, who will continue to a lot of display and body typo which has I will Htpromptly nt P:i A. m., fellllli1. fol- the on been utcd very little, a medium sized lowing u.crnx'U proin-ny- , went to Lancaitcr yesterday to be at practico his profession. HKO. 11.11", HATfKDAY, the bedside of their sister, Mrs. Minnie W. P. Lawrence writes from Emi imposing stone, a lot of cases, and sev- Two IinriwM bomt'i. 1 pair work males, s Wand, who is dangerously ill. nence: "hnclosed please hnil check lor eral cono pulleys. Will go cheap if sold good riittle.WHoutbilownvweii, S liuckn, ill It Leslie Sloan, of Hubble, spent a $2 on my subscription to the I. J.r the at once. Interior Journal office, tatliOKi.to Ini sold In bunches of tle; ol linnts,iteniKlni; lu) pound.; ICO chock ItKliler; n .tucknof liny, to ln lolcl by the Stanford, Ky. week at Olympian Springs. He has best paper in all the world. You tuck; l.Mnhocknof corn, to 1k told In the . s I hemp been troubled with rheumatism and will noto that 1 have moved from 2 mow Ins Laying Some. A Paris lady has shock; i wmier, harrow.machine, fan, I hnr mnchlnes.iuikc whent waa greatly benefited by his stay. to Eminence. Wishing you a three hens that have beat tho world's rnke, Icorn drill, fertilizer attachment.'! rldlnu plow, hillside plow. .1 Inrgu pious: G. A. Walter, Robert Rignev and merry Christmas." record for laying eggs. A Plymouth KU fine chickens. 6 stfinds of lieesnnd other Rev. A. J. Haggard camo down from things too numerous to mention. Will also The signal service has dono all In its Rock hen that has never before set laid rem my iarm on tnniuity for the yenr IMO, Kings Mountain to hear Rev. Quinton le will take 292 eggs, a Baft" Orphing-to- n If not r.'loulv rented. Tlil place, minor Milne. J IK.GOVKIt. the opera house Monday power to givo us mean weather by pre in one year lecture at Uol.J. I'.Ubundlcr. Auct. hen produced in one year 2S1 eggs, dicting all sorts of evil, but without night. Somerset Journal. and another of the same breed laid 233 'V Mrs. A. W. Carpenter, of "IJonnlo avail. The weather has gone right eggs in one year. The total number of Lincoln county, entertained along paying no attention to the bureau castle," and dishing out as fino a quality as evef eggs produced by the three hens Is 800. her aunt and guest, Mrs. Emma W. From the number of eggs that we have Curtis, at dinner Wednesday evening. came in spring or fall. If you ever saw -- OKwas tho celebration of a finer day in the winter time than yes- had to eat lately, we don't believe the Tho occasion hens in Stanford can hold a light to the Mra. Curtis' 65th birthday anniversary. terday please drop us a psotal card. . ones in Paris. Mra. Curtis will visit her niece, Mrs. In pulling the trees down in thecourt I will tell to the highest bidder, on the Danville, before returning Salter, in house yard yesterday one tree fell What's Next? That grand play, premises, on 4th. WKDNKHDAY, home. Courier-Journaagainst the other, bringing it down and "What's Next" will appear at Walton's At 10 o'clock sham, the IKO. 15, IW. our. farm recently also striking tho electric light and tele- Opera House, Dec. 17th, under the chnsed from Hezan A. Hcobee, on the l'arls LOCALS. Use, HtKiui 4 ol nine irom city limits of phone wires, tearing them down and management of Miss Bertha Jackson, Winchester, Ky., containing alnjut M acres. M. G. MURPHY. J. W. ACTON. FARRls' for fruits, candies and nuts.' also u hutco telephone pole. Connection the bright and talented daughter of It will lie sold its n whole or In three tracts ns follows: . .. mod-cr- n CO 45 waa cut ofT of contains M.ftrTacres. Wc rtill save you money, and you will never know positively whether wo Wanted, to buy a piano. Emil by tho accident,about or subscribers Mr. John Jackson, of this county. It Tract No. of eight rooms, hullswith bath dwelling and which was unavoida Is for the benefit of the Christian room; good orchard, stock barn nnd large can show you nny advantage to he gained by giving us ti share of your busGrccnbcrg. ble on tho part of contractor Sino. Endeavor of tho Christian church, and totuicco turn and other necessary Improve iness, until you have given us n fair trial. So try paying as you go and you ments. Tract o. Don't forget to go to Newland's on "Tempest the young ladies and gentlemen who provements.2 contains : acres without Im- will find it is to your advantage ns well as to ours. A few sample prices and Sunshine" appeared compose tho troupe aro all local talent. Wednesday. Tract No. 3 contains nbout H.IXKi acres Dec. 1, subject to market fluctuntione: Guaranteed best patent flour 87c, at Walton a Opera House Saturday Tho play Is said to be nn interesting without Improvements. Kachof these tracts fronts pike and Is In 24 nound sack; half patent 82c; Arbucklo's Cofl'eo 15c; Arm it Hammer So New line of fancy ginghams, calicoes night and general satisfaction was givone and wo aro sure a crowded houso high slate of cultivation. da 1c; Keg Soda, 2 pounds, Cc; Matches, large box, 4c; Ohio Itivcr Salt,280 en the show goers of Stanford by this TKHMrl. Orfu half cash March 1. 1010. reetc.. at White's store. company. mainder In oneand two years with note at pounds, Sl.f0; Firo Proof Oil 12c per gallon. In fact tho largest will greet the splendid company. 8 per cent. Interest per annum from date. V For nice holiday presents goto Muel-Icr'- a crowd that has been in tho opera house Wo aro henthpuarters for solid leather Shoes Chap'em open, all solid, 4; It. I'.HCOllKK, Winchester, Ky. jewelry store. If tho Legislature does decldo to Pntcut Colt, Vici Kid nnd Box Calf, $3.53; 83.50 Patent Colt, Gun Metal in years greeted them. Tho show was amend tho election laws at tho coming Condition oi The and Box Cnlf Shoes for 82.08; Men's Brogans 81.25; Boys' solid leather Next month is Xmss; see the line of clean from start to finish and "Sun session It should by all means provide Shoes 81.25; Ladies' solid leather Shoes 81.35; Men's extra, heavy, double shine" was just as clever as she was W. II. Mueller, the jeweler. a fund to pay for tho removal after the front Overalls 94c; Men's heavy fleeced Underwear 44c each; best Outings, pretty and attractive. . election of candidate s cards and pic . any color, SHc; Ginghams 6Ac; Heavy Dress Ginghams $Hc. A full line of Goods delivered anywhere in town on The women of Scott county who tures from the telephone poles, and oth Eggs aro Men's Felts.'Men's, Ladies' and Misses' Rubbers nud Overshoes. short notice. W. W. Whito. formed a combine on their turkey hold er public places, in such cities and of Stsnford. Ky.. Dec. I, 1909. 27 today. Chrysanthemums at 60c per dozen ings, sold 1,100 turkeys on foot at IGJc towns as haven't sufficient public spirit with vines. Ed Hubbard, Stanford. RESOURCES: a pound. This is tho largest deal made to prevent their being tacked up. Of In Central Kentucky and tho highest course, it is too much to expect that Loins and Bonds The Cash Bargain Store, $190,914 59 Our Christmas window trimmer is in price paid in Scott county. Mrs. Anna the candidate who is willing to do this Omdisit 13.032 16 Higgins. town. See his latest. W. II. C. Chlnn was chairman of tho commit- sort of advertising, would take down U. S. Bonds nd Premium 51,500 00 v you are looking for fresh oysters tee and J. T. Christian, of Lexington, the "literature" himself, and so If we Dialing House and Othet Rett EsUte 9,496 8 and celery go to J. D. Morton's restau- tho purchaser, says a Georgetown dis- are to secure any relief we shall have Due from Btcts 56.560 83 Bring Your Cattlo and Mules patch. What shall we expect next to to do it at public expense. rant. 2,500 00 Due from U. S. Treuuirr . be pooled! to Stanford. 21,463 47 Cam on Hand When you want the best canned toAll. the newspapers are trying to immatoes, corn and peas, ask for Fulton's $347,514 66 Dawes. Jerome Robert Dawes, a press upon their patrons the ImLIABILITIES; Pride. George D. Hopper. Illinois Central railway con portance of doing their Christmas m $50,000 00 Slock died at his home after an illness shopping early. Wo add our insist- Capital You had best seo about your coal ductor, ned Surplus 20.000 00 months with apoplexy. Mr. ence to theirs and urge that they will supply beforo bad weather. If you of threo Undivided Profits-- Net 2.612 19 Dawes was 47 years old und hud been not wait until tho last day in tho even . Ridgt-Jwant the very best Luy 49,500 00 Circulation on tho section from Louisville to Ful- ing when tired clerks enn hardly stand II. Bautrhman & Co. 208,732 97 ton for many years. Besides his wife, on their feet. In justice to the mer- Individual Deposits 1,329 70 The court of appoals reversed the Mrs. Gertrude Dawes, he is survived chants and to themselves purchasers Due to Banls Aro now completed nud aro ready for nil kinds 15,340 00 tho Lincoln circuit court in by nine children. Tho funeral services should buy early. They can then get Notes Rediicounled judgment of of live stock, with good covered pens and afternoon nt 1 the pick of everything and not help to accomtho case of the L. & N. against Miss will bo held plenty of feed and water. Firt-cla$347,514 66 Bessio K. Engleman's administrator. o'clock at tho residence, and at 9 o'- rush tho clerks to death on tho last modations and charges reasonable. Your supMiss Engleman was killed by a train at clock tho body will bo taken to Kutta-wa- , day of the sale. Heretofore such apport and patronage cordially solicited. Phone J. S. HOCKER. President; where it will bo interred in tho peals to buyers has had little effect. Woods' crossing near hero and a jury S. T. HARRIS. Vice Presidents No. 1. Court Day, Second Monday. awarded $10,000 damages against tho family burying, M ground. Louisville Let us hope that thoy will meet with JOHN J. McROBERTS. Ca.hier; I. M. BRUCE. railroad. The reversal la on Instruc- Times. Mr. Dawca was a brother of better success In this year of our H. C. BAUCHMAN. Am. Cashier; Mr. C. L. Dweof of this place. tions of the trial judge. Lord, 1909. W. W. SAUNDERS. Book.Kieper. Clarence E. Tate, of Stanford, was in Danville yesterday on business. Advocate. E. 1. Owsley, of Columbus, (3a., '"spent several days hero with his father, Dr. John II. Owsley. Miss Kit Huffman spent a few days with her sister, Mrs. J. G. Carpenter, Jr., at Crab Orchard. Messrs. F. L. an& James Thompson, of Ml. Vernon, are with their sister, Mrs. L. R. Hughes. Miss Kay Sallee has returned to her homo In Harrodsburg nfter n visit to Hustonville friends. Mns. Joseph E. Johnson, of Pitts. burg, arrived yesterday to be at the bedsldo of her mother, Mrs. Geo. I. Uright, who is qulto ill . Talk with me before buying a type writer, and see sample at my home. T. A. Ilrackctt, local agent for Standard Typewriter Exchange, New York. KVERYTHiNn gcxxi to eat and many things to wear will be on sale at the Presbyterian bazaar in the Myers House, Saturday next, Dec. 11. We failed to mention the fact last issue that Prof. Daniels, the ventriloquist, gavo a very creditable perform-anc- e at Walton's Opera House last week. ... Fire. -- Saturday night about 11:30, Lost, between Stanford and Danone of the gasoline lamps in the store ville, a long tan cloak. Leave at of Sam Goldstein fell from the ceiling Severance & Son's. and exploded, causing the fire to spread The Presbyterian bazaar at the My- and doing considerable damage to his ers House Saturday, Dec. 11. Call and stock of dry goods and shoes. It was thought for a while that the fire could get something nice for Christmas. not be extinguished, but tho alarm was Wanted, to buy a good Lincoln coun- sounded and a number of people rushed ty farm of the value of $20,000 to into the building and smothered the Address Lock Box 20J, Stanford, flames out with the clothing. The stock Ky. of Mr. Goldstein Is insured. Ladies, go to Newland's grocery on CHURCH MATTERS. Wednesday Dec. 8, and get free of charge, a delicious cup of Maxwell Rev. J. J. Dickey will preach at the house blend coffee. Baptist church next Sunday, morning Mns. Catherine McClary Invites and evening. The Woman's Missionary Societies of the public to call and inspect her China the Methodist church will meet with Saturday afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock Mrs. H. C. Rupley next Friday at 2 o'nt her residence on Main Street. clock P. M. Farm For Sale. farm on Walter L Frazee will hold an instiDix river, four miles North of Stanford tute at Turnersville Dec. 13 and 14. He and near Hubble. Improvements fairly will bring a stereoptican, giving illusgood and splendid new barn. J. F. trated gospel hymns, pictures on the Rigney & Son, Stanford. "Life of Christ" and others of Bible school interest. All cordially invited REMEMnER. When buying canned and a free will offering will be apprefruits and vegetables that quality is ciated. R. what counts. Fulton's Pride canned goods aro of exceptional quality. Sold exclusively by G. D. Hopper. $30.-000. 115-ac- HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. RAIN COATS Choose any from the new ones we show, PUBLIC SALE and you're sure of being right, for they're i: mm 1 PILE OF STYLE 1 N PUBLIC SALE! LAND. Make and that's an index of there being none wrong. Good Clothes satisfy; and when they don't, we do. Either way you're protected. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. l, 1 first National Bank MURPH Y & ACTON s Kings Mountain Ky. 1 well-know- n mm Nininelley's New Stock ....Yards.,.. Fund-Eat- rx Aaalatant. .A. .. -- Jitv JS.-- .1 m- - w A . t . fc. rf - JL. t- FARMER'S DXPARTMBXT. The Interior Journal. shoaU. W. E3TRAV. Two 0. Walker, Stanford. U Stanford tu Sixty young ewes for sale. L. P. Maertdinlhe Nunnelley, Stanford. ttmnd-cla- u matter. mulca For Sale. Pair D. 0. Tudor, Stanford. 161 hands, Dink Farmer bouaht a lot of 300- No. 11, Honth, UiM r. M. pound hogs from Embry Bros., at Tic. A M. No.St,Houth,W:J No. 14, North, 4 no a. m. cattle. W. For Sale.-- 25 No. . North, &: r. x. P. Logan, Stanford, II. F. D. No. l. No.S7,10:A. H. No.,l:or. m. T. W. Duckworth bought" six mulca from J. D. Kuble, of Bryantaville, at JOS. S. RICE, Agent. Poa-Ofild L. SN.TIWETHBLE d $1G5. Judge Saufley teema to be over shadowing Hon. Ben Johnson In hie own Congressional district as a pros Such pective candidate for Governor. 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, whilo Judge Saufley has personally made no effort whatever. All that has been dono and said for Judgo Saufley, have come solely from those who rcalizo that It is necessary to Democratic success for men of tho Saufley calibre to becomo the stand s. NOTICE neighbors for our 1 nf mn frlAmla unit hon.rRrown nursery nml well Brown. trlcs At rvcuonfthl. Ad drM J.A.MrKKK. muss iuuuiHi!it imiruin u. y W. fttlr (lit nilmnakT iVsssssV. bkv n V sKnSflisssssssssssssssssssKlssPssssssssssssssf Small Farm For Rent! Mrs. Nora tloodknlght's farm on iMnrlll Avenue for rent for IvlO.near graded school unfailing rlstern and pond; large barn ami good house and outhouses, rh Mrs. at Iter town home on Uinrasler Avenue old Kernel place. ilood-knlg- Thurman Tudor sold to W. II. Kidharness geldind ney a for $125. Surgeon Dentist, J. S. Carpenter sold to Clell Coleman, cattle STANFORD, - KENTUCKY of Harrodsburg, 43 at 6 cents. Office over McRoberta' Drug Store in Gano Stone, of Carlisle, sold Ave the Owsley Uuiidinp. yearling mules to Will Mclntlre, of A. S. PRICE, three-year-ol- d l.GOO-poun- d Kill catarrh germs "by breatnlnglly Ponnv luaraotrcs It tocureca Urrh, sore throat, coughs and colds. Oomnlelo outfit with Inhaler I. very pleasant to use. omel. Advocate. m.s HOME FOR SALE! One story rot tag of eight rooms and all necessary outbuildings. Lot contains one ncre.tllTlded Into eow lot onwhlch Is roomy barn, buggy housetjcorn crib, etc. Hood garden spot. This Is a desirable place, locst-edo- n corner of Whitley and Miller streets. A. II. HOI.T7.Ot.AW, Htanford, Ky.Z FARM FOR SALE I The farm of lOncrn, of good blue gran aorei of timbered land one mil; Also Xastloi aicivinnoT,uii U"V" !"",-- grow. t water and lood tobacco land. Hee tln ...-g crop Jr. 1 . y-jj- w, "' Fall and Winter Stock. exJlave yonr measure taken by a tailor of low whether perience. Then your clothes,rinMwt Avanlnff r. . tha ...i ilothes. will have that Individuality and fit ...- which plainly inuicnm Tour measure. I will alio take your mem. re for extra trousers, fancy vestiop anat.t and overcoats, hall and Winter For Sale. Three Tamworth boars ample, on hand ready for your Inspection H.O. HUI'liKY. The Tailor, by the champion Dixon and out of an Ky. Stanford, imported sow. Will weigh 160 pounds. Stanford, phone CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! ' Sam K. Dudderar, 123x. 'I can furnish the public with the best, as NWe note that Hon. Abram Renick, well as the freshest of cut flower,, plant, of flowers, all kinds, bulbs, pottedpeolaltyof on shoit of Clark county, won second prize for wreath, aotlce. Alio make a senior Shorthorn bull calf at the Inter Jor for funeral purpose,. with the above, I have all national on his splendid calf, Royal In connection Slnds of vegetable, on hand at reasonable Seol, at Chicago last week. Kle,,0IIIU8TMAN OKKEN H0UHE8. ED IlUUUAHD, l'BOK. Jake Bonta, of the West End, sold to Htanford, Ky. W. O. Mulchy, of Ozola. Ark., five cotmules for $700. Mr. Bonta also sold and Tobtcct ton hogs to W. C. Carpenter 50 arm. for January delivery at $7.40. Advo- me.. Millcrsburg, at $160. Total sales of live stock on the Chicago market last week were 77,200 cattle, 130,900 hogs and 92.G00 sheep. W. P. Carson has sold the Pago farm of 80 acres to Thomas Wilker-so- n at $65 per acre in the West End. J. W. Prewitt, of McCreary, Garrard county, sold eight baskets of tobacco on the Danville breaks at the high average of $17.29 per hundred. Three ewes and two bucks came- - to my place about Sept. 10, 1909; owner may get them by paying for this no tlce and their keep. W. M. Bright. There seems to bo little doubt that the President will lay before Congress SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI at an earlv date the facta as to the Nic- NEERING. araguan situation with a view to re ceiving authority for any further steps I am prepared todo all kinds of surveying and civil enslneerlnff nroniDlly. My work ho may see fit to take. will Iw guaranteed and mr prices are reasonable. Write me at McKlnner or call mn A tickling ordrycough csn bequlck- - over the telephone through the llustonvllle f f ...........I mIiI. Tt. Clinnn'a rwxciiaiige. WAUrKUMcKlSNKV. Iteraedy. No opium, no chloroform, nntlilniT unsafn nr harsh. Sold br Po nny's Drug Store. 111 imp NOTICE! J :1 I N OUTGHCS-B- p5 r- - You are hereby not I lied that Tom Harris, who Is now confined In the Htate penitentiary for shooting one Flavins Ureer. ll make application to the Htnte Hoard of nnhhl.r, .nil hnt nf thft Lnnffprtlon A 1'rlson t'ommlsslnners at Frankfort, Ky., OongcrBtidOwenAlliirbw .strnln for inlt.- on Tuesday, thaTlhday of liecemU-r- , llM, Thorouulibrwl bronin. Inrge Ixino mill ixmu- for a Parole from said Penitentiary, Witness my hand this Nolwmtier w, luu. r.juniiu.i, Will uiutliniie. TOM HAUHIH. It. It. 1, Htnnfonl. I'bone TURKEYS FOR SALE! Easy in Any Position. Full line DutcliOM Troiieew in latest Fabric, Worti, Cahmorci jind Corduroys. All uiiarnnteed with plenty of Mylo and tnnn, 82 to 87.50. Call and inspect our lino lcfore you buy. ?i2SAr! ' J. J. BELDEN, Cnr Itnii.ii mid Palntlnff mid Trim Hanging, aannndliockiinltli. ming. Ing. Hhop opposite depot. J.J. BiLDKXiHtanfonl, Ky Fruit And Ornamtntal Kvenrthlng for Orehard. Irftwn den. Catalogue on Application. Trtu I rpr ani Mar- - No Agents. SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. WANTED TO RENT SMALL FARM H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS, to ICO miles from Htanfortl. ncres, two or partly Prefer land partly In cultivation ami In grass. Hmall House desired. Address W. rw..-forl'. K., care interior juurnni Ky. m Iwnnttfl rent a ttart-- e amnll fnrm of IM Lexington. Ky. FARM FOR SALE 0RJRENT. Contain, IM acres, best tobacco land In the county, IS miles from McKlnney. Will sell or rent, lias two dwellings, one of four rooms and the other of two rooms. To orchards of nearly :i trees. Tobacco barn that will hold 10 acres of tobacco cheapest farm In Kentucky at price, (Ml. IlltAWNKIl, McKlnney, Ky. sttwts Jsbacoo d uiu, Nothing But Insurance. cate. Jesse D. The Insurance Man, Wearen. STANFORD, KY. Residence I'bone 84; Office, K. Insure with me and be fully protected. CONCRETING We are In position to do nil kinds of such a, lllock Work, l'uvements thine from r mil. in fact, we can moke anyWe can servo kouso down to a fence post. s you promptly and guarantee work and material. Call and get our price, before you buy your material at least. first-clasa. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. INSURANCE. Insures Tobacco, Tobacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm R. B. NAHONY Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life.Live Stock.Health and Accident, Plate Glass.Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to Tosses which are paid without dis-cou- nt. A pale red dehorned cow, eight years old, under bit in right ear, white spot on left flank, white tall with a portion of the bush ofT, gives two gallons of milk a day, left my place Nov. 20. Reward. 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 Irvine pike to Mrs. Humphrey Bennett, price $8,000. Richmond Register. Bargain. 354 acres of good land, of 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 loads of good ones, which sold as follows: Sixteen cattle averaging 1,666 pounds at 9.29; 17 averagiug 1,403 lbs. at 9 10; 30 averaging 1,666 pounds at $9; 15 averaging 1,785 pounds at 8.85; 35 averaging 1,703 pounds at 8.75. Mose Greenwald bought the $9 and 9 20 steers for tho New York Butchers' Co, Thus for this season Mr. Dunlap has marketed 38 loads of prime steers which aver aged $9. In all there were 581 which averaged 1,708 pounds and brought an average of $153 27. Chicago Drovers Stock of Merchandise for Sale. t it.iiM in .nil nrtrn.t4.lr tnr stock of Gro ceries and Hardware. Doing n good business. Will invoice about ItUX). lleason III health. (1KO. 1). HOPi'KU. HtanfordCKy. MASON'S MEET. Lincoln Lodge No. M K. A A.M. will meet In stated communication on each llrst and third Monday nights of each month, at T::s o'clock In their hall on main strreet, Htanford, Ky. Members of sister lodges are fraternally Invited to be present. T. W. Pennington, Heo. TRIBBLE & PENCE, Furniture ami Undertaking. Day Phoue 28. Night l'lionc I I I our W. H. 1 I I I ; Christmas Stock is Arriv- ing. Don't fail to see our display. i:a Stanford, KcntucHy. FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNTY FOR SALE ! B. D. CARTER, Now Liver" - Dopot Stroot, Phono 96, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. C. B. PR U ITT. Moroland, Kentucky, New Fall Line Millinery now iu. Isew Furniture coming in almost daily. G. 1$. thereon, with allneittssaryoultiulldlugsand good, new burn WJ. Well watered, six never falling springs and ervek running through. cash In hand, balance one and Tkhmh. twoyenrs from day of sale, bearing six per cent Interest until paid. Persons looking for such place please write W. O. Valkhk, Htanford. or see A nne blue grass farm for sale situated on new pUe neur Point l.eavell nnd six miles south of Ijincnstor. containing 9s ncres, well locaU-- In good neighborhood, being part of the John Walker tract, wltha handseven-rooresidence some new, two-stor- y I I HICC1NS, I Jj Stanford, Kentucky. Also REWARD. Cbc Cincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. ft Phuitt, Moreland, Ky. Bring Your Printing' To ' Journal. Kills HeFFoeof 20 Years. Having suffered considerable annoyance and damage from outlaws. In breaking gate latches rfud tearing down nnd destroying my gales, on the county road that run. through my farm, I hau concluded to offer n ruwurd for Information leading to the conviction of such erson or iMrsons. I will therefore give the sum of VO for Information leading to the arrest aud conviction of any party or parties, that have broken the lutcbes on any of my gates.or Hint have sawed down or torn down any of my gates on the county road which runs from the W-BRIGHT. CASHIER, llustonvllle turnpike to the Mllledgevllle S: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT turnpike, through my farm; and will give J- - W. ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. leading J. B. PAXTON. the same amount for Information party or to the arrest and conviction of any H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER IHtrtles who In the future commit any of the alxive otTenses. HVYS FOSTER. CLERK. my hand this 10th day of August, Witness Capital, Surplus, Resources, $5O,O0O.00 40,000.00 340.000.00 M. 1 J.L.Beazley&Co., l 5 v' :.i-- . BsBsVBsBsBsBsfaHHaK?aaiBasaB IX BsPMBBApl'wBHSjBj&ftBpEi Undeitmers and Embalm era. Alao Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Rug. They will exchange Furniture for all Kind of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. h "The most merciless enemy I had for 20 years,1' declares Mrs. James Duncan, of Haynesvllle, Me., "wis Dyspepsia. I sutleied intensely after eating or drlnkiog 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 "0 years old andatn overjoyed to get my health and strength back a;;aln." For Indigestion, Loss of Appetite, Kidney Trouble, Lame Back, iTeTjalo Complaints, It's unequaled. Only 50o at Penny's Drug Store. , 10V. T.J.HII.L.HK. DIREOTORSi NOTICE! J. 13. Owaley, Stanfonl; S. IK Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns in the West End In John II. Shankg, Stanfonl; Geo. V. Carter, Stanford Foster, Stanfonl; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Rankin, Lancaster; J. H. Paxton, Stanford; V. II. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; II. L. Hubblo, Lancaiter; W. II. Cummin, Prcuchoravillo; Lilhuru Gooch, Gilberts Creek. surance Agency. Get The TNFORD. - KENTUCKY. Assuming that Judge Horace II. Lur-to- n is to be elevated to the supreme court bench Senator Bradley and the Republican members of the Kentucky delegation in the House are urging the appointment of Judge A. M. J. Cochran, INTERIOR JOURNAL i'K your policies written right in a good company by W.J.CAMPBELL, J.C. McCIary, $ f 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, chairman of the Republican State Central Committee, will be endorsed for the District Judgeship. It Is the weak nerves that are cry. log out for help. Then help them, don't drug the stomach or stimulate the Heart or Kidneys. That ts wrong. Vitalize these weak Inside nerves with Dr. Shoop's Restorative and see how fast good health will come to you again. Test it and see. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. Shelbyvllle has adopted stringent measures to stop an epidemic of scarlet fever. Churches are asked to suspend, schools and all places of amusement closed and a strict quarantine Office Weak Women Make your homo a modern for your family ai n city MK. FAHMEK: residence, nnd iilaco yourself in it position to get tho latest market quotation at any time. This can bo accomplished by means nf our telephone service, which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received. Call or addresa our ucarest ollico or writo direct to headquarters, Nashville, Tenn., for information rcgurdiug our special "Farmers' Lino" rate. If you are not at present enjoying telephone service, wo llustoiiville, Ky. can immediately interest you. 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It soothes sore and Inflam es mucous surface, heals local weaknesses ana jUchsrses. while the tUstoraUve. eases nervous xellement. gives renewed vigor and ambition, builds up wasted tissues, bringing about renewed strength, vigor, ana energy. Take Dr. Shoop's general tonle Restorative Tablets or LlQUld-- efa totUafssassi Jot positive looal help, use ai wall Dinwiddie CLEMENS HOTEL J. L. Elkik, l'ror., DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Ijirge, airy outside rooms. Oonimerclal travelers it specialty. Hiwelal rates by Meek or month. The proprietor Is n former L'ounty iiinu ami Ills frlemls should remember 111 in vi hen stopping In his town. utu & up-to-date Co., Mn-rol- l! Hustonville, Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We carline ry an of goods. Harry Jacobs, lluler In und Manufacturer of; Undertaker. Cmbalmer.'ard StfaioRintHarness, Saddlery, STANFORD, ?aoa,.lff, KY- Uomejfhoae (, Night Cure PENNY'S DRUQ Dr. tShoop's STORE. Marble and Granite Monu- ment., Markers and l'otts. Cemetery anJ Lawn Vases ami buttees. Ofllce. ami works, Mo- Kinney, Ky. J