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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4- A rr wi Fraewyw 1 u Ill J- j THE INTERIOF JOURNALJYOL XXXVII r STANFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 10 1909 i1U S3ePress Comments on Judge Saufley for Governor Judge Saufley boom for Governor li reported growing in the Eighth DisI trict J W Crotefletd Circuit Clerk and J Wilkes Morgan County Attar ney both of Anderson county wore here and said tho Democrats of that county were falling Inllno for Judge Saufley in great shapeFrankfort State Journal The Central Kentucky papers are booming Judge M C Saufloy of Stan ford for Governor There Is not a doubt about his fitness for the position 1 He Ie a man of ability and possesscit an abundance of personal magnetism Judge Saufloy has not said that ho will be a candidate Ho was recently elected Circuit Judge of tho 13th district and It may bo that he will feel it his duty to servo tho people in that capac ity However ho would mako a most acceptable Governor Adalr County NewsThe frienoXof Judge M C Saufloy of Lincoln county have started a boom for him for the Democratic nomination for governor and it la given out that he has about consented to enter the race Tho latter statement mayor may not be true Judge Saufley has Just been reelected to the circuit court trench in tho Thirteenth district and It Is doubtful If he would BO noon begin another political campaign when ho has a good office for a eix year term free for a long while from the worries and turmoils of politics However If ho does go Into the light ho la going to make a formidable candidate Ho Is probably today the beat political campaigner on tho stump in Kentucky It is doubtful If he has a peer in the State as a ready debater He has always supported his party and its nominees Ho his had long experience as a jurist He was a Confederate soldier attached to General Morgans command If ho should decide to enter the contest ho is going to make it a mighty interesting ono Judgo S W Hagcr in Owens bore Inquirer lion W Reed Embry of Danville closes a splendid article on tho guber natorial situation as follows In selecting tho next nominee for Governor tho Democratic party should revert to old principles and nominate a man who would conduct an aggressive cam psign into the heart of tho enemys camp The Advocate has called atten Lion to one who would till all the rooI quirements of a successful candidate a gallant aoldier a learned jurist and on orator without n peer Upon the stump he would arouse tho enthusiasm of tho boys in tho trenches and captivate every audience with his eloquence No man in Kentucky represents to a great er degree the chivalry and traditions of tho Old South with tho progress and militant spirit of today than does Judge I M C Saufley of Lincoln county to whom every Democrat could point as their standard bearer and say Ho is a man Nominate Judge Saufley for Governor and Kentucky will return a Democratic majority unsurpassed since the days of John W Stephenson IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I One of the largest railway locomo tives In the United Slates arrived in Danville and will bo operated between Danville and Oakdalo on the Cincinnati Southern Tho engine known as the Mallet weighs 350000 pounds and is twice tho size of any other engine now on the road It is the largest locomo tive in tho United States South of tho Phlo river Capu W T Short of Richmond and Deputy United States Marshal Mays of Buattyville have returned from n raid in Estill county during which they e v captured three moonehlno stllla and six men Altogether lGOO gallons of hoar and many gallons of whisky were I destroyed Tho six men arrested wore W D Sills Joe Lyrrian Tom Goose Anthony Hadedly M Rose and Major r Tacket Forced Into Exile Wm Unchurch of Glen Oak Okla war an exile from homo Mountain air be thought would euro u frlgbtfu luug racking oough that had defied all remedies for two years After six months ho returned death dogging his e steps Then I began tousoDr Kings Now Discovery ho writesHand af ter taking six bottles I am as well an ever II It saves thousands yearly from desperate lung diseases Infal tibia for Coughs and CoUs It dispels Iloarocnes and Sore Throat Cures Grip Bronchitis Hemorrhages Asth ma Croup Whooping Cough COc 1 and el trial bottlo free guaranteed jjy Pennys Drug Store To PRINTERS This ollico has for sale a lot pf display and body type which has been used very little a medium sized imposing stone a lot of cases and see eral cone pulleys Will go cheap if sold at once INTERIOR JOURNAL office I Stanford Ky 0T NIWS NOTES The jury in the case of II Clay Pierce charged with false swearing returned a verdict of not guilty at Aus tin Texas Dr Loren D Dozey and his wile wore both held by the coroners jury s St Louis for alleged poisoning of WIN liam J Erder who died last month Tho Norfolk and Southern railway property was bid In at Norfolk Va for 28600000 by Ilathbone Gardner of Now York in tho namo of the Norfolk and Southern organization committee Tho recent Standard Oil decision InI the Federal courts is said to have caused a change in tho plans of the prs posed copper merger and there may to some delay in effecting the combine tion Tho first annual message of Prctl Ident Toft was delivered to Congress It was presented to both Houses by Assistant Secretary Latta and in both louses was received shortly after 12 oclockBefore an audience of distinguished surgeons In New York Prof Thomas Jonncsco the Roumanian scientist demonstrated that painless operations could be performed upon patients while they remain conscious v John Drew the actor was thrown from his horse while riding with his daughter on tho bridle path In Cenrral Park Now York and seriously Injur ed The horse trampled on tho actor as ho lay on tho ground That the Controller of tho Currency lean agent of the Government with power to examine into the affairs of national banks was decided in favor of tho Gov ernment by the Supreme Court of tho United States In tho case of tho United States vs John A Corbett and others Thu Southern Commercial Congress which convened at Washington for a three days session has two objects to hasten a clearer selfknowledge throughout tho whole South and to compel tho balance of tho United States and of the world to sot a correct valua tlon upon the South as a region of opportunity Tho Supremo court of tho United States granted tho petition for a writ of certiorari In the contempt cases of Samuel Gompers Frank Morrison and John Mitchell officers of tho American Federation of Labor The effect of the decision will bo to bring the cntiro record in the Hacks Stove and Range case into the supreme court for review That thoro has been a careful scruti ny of tho estimates of appropriations for tho fiscal year ending June 30 1011 le shown by tho figures submitted to- tho louse of Representatives by Secre tary of tho Treasury MeVeagh The grand total of estimates for 1011 is 732233075 which is 103370303 less than the appropriations for the current fiscal year iACCORDING to a statement published shortly after tho republicans succeeded to power there were over a million and a quarter of dollars in the treasury That party has had charge of affairs just two years now and a statement just issued shows that there aro but 533083737 In the treasury some of which con not be touched with 933 13183 of outstanding warrants to bo I paid leaving a net deficit of G01 25361 This is a most discreditable showing We do not inquire who got tho money 7 as has been Inquired for several years because we do not think that any of it has been stolen We simply call attention to tho fact in order to show that tho republicans aro in capable of giving tho State an econom teal management of its fiscal affairs and the necessity of a return to democratic principles President Roosevelts press agents am getting to faking They say he shot a Tap tho other day which U to say n hat according to the dictionary I Having killed everything worth killing in darkest Africa tho cxproaldcnt may have turned his attention to old hats as- a target At any rato it Is moro commendable than killing animals simply for tho pleasure of taking life Health Coffeo is the cleverest imitation of real coffee over yet made Dr Shoop created It from pure parched 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 I dont want you to marry him Why not mother 7 You may bo able to do much better in the future- Well I can cross that bridge when- I get to It Pains of women head pains or any lain stopped In 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See kill formula on 25o box Sold by Pennys Drug Store- Announcement wasmaw at the State I Department of the appointment of William J Calhoun of Chicago as Minister to China r HUSTONVILLK D S Carpenter bought at a fancy price of u B King tho great mule tack Peyton Myers Vaughan shipped to Cinclri nati a car of hogs and cattle at G to 7c tand 3 to 4e respectively The ladles of Urn Presbyterian church will hold their annual b 2aar Saturday at the Wheeler flats Dont fall to attend W II Lair has closed a deal for the Morse lot on Main street and wIll build a nice business house on it in the near f rturo Charles Maker of Lexington will be here Monday to buy all the unsold to bafco in this section Options on a half million pounds have been secured for himA J Adorns has bought the lot ad joining Adams Bros drug store that belonged to Rev Mills Mr Adams willerect a nice business house on it in the Spring Howard Camnitz has gono to Cuba to play a series of 10 games of baseball Col John II Morris the noted thoroughbred owner is the guest of- T L Carpenter The item about tho bad bridge had the desired effect The now ones aro much better than the old ones and have a good gravel rise Instead of a four inch jumpup to get on them A few weeks ago Miss Annie Routon gave a Bradfordsvlllo friend a cat Last week Miss Routen received a letter from her friend saying the cat had dis appeared Two daya later the feline made rte appearance at tho Routen home having made tho distance of 25 milesTho Carroll Comedy Company carry ing 12 people and special scenery will agpcar at Alcorna Opera House the week of Dec 13 The company comes highly recommended A change of program will be given each night and all At popular prices in order to fill the house each night Two calls for Lairs bloodhounds at the same time Saturday necessitated thom being separated The one taken to Junction City told the tale satis factorily to tho caller Tho other went to Stanford Marshall Lair is meeting with success in tho training of three pups to trail horses Wm Peavyhouse who has been attending State University has accepted a position with a mining company at Haldon W Va A 10 pound clerk has arrived at the home of George Hunn and he is the happiest man In Ken tuky Dr Alcorn was in Cincinnati this week to see tjio Cincinnati South ern officials on matters of importance to our city and the West End generally Miss Frances Cooper was the guest of Miss Edna CamnitzM- AS9ACHUSETTs has aneducational J ballot and judging by the result of the last election the voters aro up to snuff They did not like tho high tariff pro clivities of Draper and Frothlngham tho candidates forgovernor and lieuten ant governor on the republican ticket so gave them a beggarly 8000 or 9000 majority while electing tho rest of tho ticket who were not particularly iden titled with the tariff question by nearly 60000 majority To have used tho bal lot with so much discretion shows that the Massachusetts voter knows what he is doing and not like n large num ber of Kentucky voters simply recog nizing the device A Scolded Boy Shrieks horrified his grandmother Mrs Maria Taylor of Nobo Iy who writes that when all thought he would die Duck lens Arnica Salvo wholly cured him Infallible for Hums Sualda Cuts Curia Wounds Urulsos Cures Tl verSoros hulls Skin Eruptions Chllbllllns Clcariped Hands Soon routs Plies Pennys Drug Store CROWDED galleries reresenting of ficial and social lifo In Washington wIt- nessed tho commencement of the regular session of the Sixtyfirst Congress The procedure followed on tho first day was similar to that which has characterized every opening of Congress A great mass of bills was introduced The announcements of therecent deaths of Senator Johnson of North Dakota endof Representatives Lassiter of Virginia and De Armond of Missouri caused adjournments on both sides of tho Capitol A clever woman calls Mio na the sunshine prescription because It changed her from a miserable nerv os dyspoptlointo a Origin healthy happy woman In a few weeks Stops stomach distress lo 5 minutes Penny guarantees them Largo box 606 Winheatermajority of 358 votes decided to retain saloons Local option carried in the county outside of Winchester by 652 votes Ten saloons in the city will continue to do business a NAP tR IaM 9lMIyC1lHhNaelP 1AMP IMA MM1IIe11A1- a 2 reoent sesrswvrsvkvve ocawweaevrw l perIlisonA doesnt2iiknowa after Christmas hell be coming in here to buy j something he wants that you could have given him Jffor a present fIil ilOneSUGGESTIONS FOR CHRISTMAS y Name the wan and we will fit himi9t Z y j There arc many other things for men in a store like this not so costly as JJ 91 VtfIa Finn Neckwear OOc to 200 12 iUmbrellas up to 812CO t = 8100 to 8400 jfSuspenders 25o to 8200 0 tit 1 i Silk Hose 8150 and 8200 ZJijI Socks 8100 tj jSilkpair Hole Proof Socks 8150 5 1 Mufflers dainty styles r 5f 9 I e 9 Patent leather Shoes to fit JH 2 Mens Jewelry Sets of all sorts 2 a are only a few suggestions We can not catalogue the whole stock e j j IComo in anti see We will help you find some useful article that your J J will appreciate 2+ IIVL7qA i aaNaia s+ p p A ryeAa a aApgraorrrccc cc rd daasvaaa- 4 ccc4CCCcCCCCCICIcccC rwrfI Prstos arnaa The Kings Mountain Revival The most remarkable revival we have ever known in Kings Mountain closed on Sunday night Nov 23 after three weeks of the best preaching and singing it has ever been our lot to hear The services were conducted at the Christian church by Rev W R Quin ton and wife nonsectarian evangelists Tho deep interest at the beginning in creased until many wore turned away from the church for want of room While there were a number of conver lions and reclamations tho strongest efforts were directed toward the church members many of whom were induced to confess faults ono to another and pray one for another In addition to the tOany restorations and reconcilia tions we now have a cottage prayer meeting and increased attendance at church prayer meeting and Sunday schools and more Bible reading and se rious thinking than ever We think Brother and Sister Quinton are among the most consecrated Christians we have ever met andwe know they left our village on a higher plain of think ing and livIngI G A W BASED on a population of 80524000 every man woman and child In the United States should have 3403 of tho money in circulation December 1 If you havent your quota there is something wrong either with yourself or a system of government whirl seems to be designed to make the poor poorer and tho rich richer Kill catarrh germs by broatnlnjjHy otnoi Penny guarantees it to cure ca tarrh sore throat coughs and colds Complete outfit with inhaler 81 Very pleasant to use This is what othersarc wearing MadameBut dont want to wear what oth ers are wearing Show me tho stylo after next A tickling ordry ugbcsa be quick ly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold bv Pennys Drug Store Are you running your railroads jfor tho benefit of the public or tho stock holders Im no umpire answered Mr Dustin StaxIIIf we pay big dividends tho public complains and if wo dont the stockholders kick Im inclined to maintain neutrality as a high salaried official and let em fight it out J Tho little Candy Cold Cure Tablets called Proventics will In a few hours safely check all Colds or LaGrippe Try thcral 4825c Sold by Pennys Drug Storo Winter wears a coat of ice As we know Under which she sports a nice Waste of snow IH B NORTHCOTT l s iV Will Pay the Highest Market Price for Tur keys See him before selling Callj 153 Stanford Ky 5r t H B NORTHCOTT Stanford FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY t ORGANIZED IN J882- CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 2J65qo I Combines Absolute Safcty with Satisfactory Service Modern Safay Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account V t OFFICERS I S Hooker President- S T Harris Vice President John JMcRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cashr WYVSaunders Bookkeeper 4 DIRECTORS j V F Reid J H Baughman itD Elmore J M Pettus l HC Baughman J F Cummins ST HarrisQO C Roblifson i W B OBanaon J S Rocker t C E Tale y Xmas Goods totr s iy We will show ypufthe nicest Hue ofXinas goals frourall the foreiga paltcrics ever shown here Dinner Ware Novelties Briasliraaiidd Cots niunity Silverware Carving Sets and other things too nupieroujt4 mention u t jj Come nnd see us nUll you will agree with MS r I f I GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford The Interior Journal E Co WALTON HON HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county li a candidate for reo nomination for Congress from the Eighths district subject to the action of the demo crntlc party At Martinsvllle Again Seeking Re h lief from Rheumatism MARTINSVILLE IND Dec BThero is eome pleasure in most everything but the trouble is getting it out sometimes For instance while the Hoos iers were wrapped in a heavy snow on Tuesday plodding here and there the patients of the Martinsville Sanitarium were comfortably ensconced in the big porches all glass front with their feet resting on the large heating pipes that made them as snug as a bug in a rug The beautiful was viewed from a distance as it were and the writer was one of the lookers ion It is not my desire to boost the Martinaville Sanitarium because the company operating it owes me any thing but be- CAuse it is an institution where great good is being accomplished and where humanity is being benefitedwhere people are being cured absolutely cur ed of rheumatism the worst of the many diseases flesh is heir to And as the old song speaking of the old ship of zion goes It has landed many a thousand and twill land as many more glory hallelujah I and so I say It has cared many a thousand and twill cure as many more glory hallelujah I Come to the Martinsville and if you are not benefited send your bill back to the company and you will be helped out on it As stated before in these columns there are seven sanitariums here but the Martinsville is the oldest and easily the best- I am glad to tell the many of our readers who know the young lady that Miss Mary Logan Is doing nicely here and that her physician Dr E B Green thinks he will soon have he fully restored to health Her mother Mrs P W Logan wife of the doctor is also improving Dr Logan has got ten to be a fine nurse having so long cared for his invalid wife and daughter Martinsville is a Saturday afternoon town In fact everybody and the dog get in at that time it seems The mer chants do a thriving business and they are always glad when the end of the last day of the week comes Court Square was crowded Saturday after goon and Christmas goods the necessi ties of life and many other things went with them The capital of Morgan county is a most accessible place A half dozen trains pass on the Vandalia Line while the interurban between Indianapolis and Martinsville run every hour The twocent fare is in vogue and a round trip ticket between the two points can be obtained for 1 On every other Sunday the Vandalia makes a round trip price of 80c An opera house is badly needed here In this town of 5000 inhabitants there is only one place of amusement and it is a picture show Tis strange some enterprising citizens dont make the in vestment that would certainly bring them good rerurna So great is the per cent of those who come to Martinsville people who are afflicted with rheumatism it was not surprising when a beautiful bride who with her groom came hero to spend their honeymoon was approached by a motherly old lady with the following complacid and sympathetic exclamation My 1 am so sorry for you my pretty woman a bride of only a week and here all bent up with rheumatics The bride took the words in the good spirit they were intended and thanked her stars that old rheumy had not struck her yet- In this connection it might not be out place to state that many bridal couples come here and they find it a very de lightful place to spend a week It costs tees than the big touring trips and are quite as enjoyable we imagine A Stanford couple could give desired in formation on the subject t My stayended here and I left Mar tinsville with some regret I have formed some close friendships which I hope to meet again A three days sickness IB tho only unkind recollection I have of the town and the sanitarium bearing its name and that might have been worse had I been elsewhereE W DURING the four years of Clevelands last administration the entire cost of f government was 1441805770 The last four years of Roosevelts reign cost 2500884284 In that time the expenses of living have increased 56 percent Thats going some More than a billion of dollars increase Elev en hundreds of millions I It is almost inconceivable reachhthe almost M largo value of those smuggled It Is said that a largo im portatlon of precious stones is an evl- denco of prosperity If so we are getting so prosperous we dont know what to do with ourselves TilE Owensboro Messenger thinks there will be no more Democratic slates in Kentucky Whar you been white man Haint you heered bout that slate made at Louisville The Presidents Message In his first message to a regular see sloe of Congress President Taft takea a crackat creation and suggests enough matters for the consideration of that body to keep it at work all Summer Boiled down for the benefit of those who will not wade through six teen columns of dreary matter he does not strange to say want an Immediate congressional investigation of the sugar scandal because he says that such an investigation might by giving immunity and otherwise prove an em barrassment in the conviction of the guilty parties tn the Nicaraguan I question he makes no specific sugges tions but says that this country has terminated diplomatic relations with the Zelayan administration and intends to take further steps to inquire into the execution of tho two Americans The President does not wish a fur ther revision of the tariff at present believing that the power given him to enforce the maximum and minimum rates will enable him to prevent a tar ill war He asks for legislation to for bid the issual of judicial injunction- In the labor controversies without no tice advises the establishment of postal savings bank system advocates a ship subsidy to encourage American shipping wants publicity given to po itlcal contributions in all elections over which Congress has direct super vision advocates a civil pension a higher rate of postage on periodicals and magazines a fund of 50000 to suppress what is called for the want of a better name the white slave trade a commission to present a plan to prevent the laws delay the construction of an artificial island and fortification at the entrance of Chesa peake Bay the construction of two battleships and a repair ship for the navy the establishment of an exten give naval base at Pearl Island Ha wall and a national board of health The President further recommends statehoodjfor New Mexico and Arizo andrexecutive board for Alaska the celebration in 1913 of the fiftieth anniver sary ofJNegro emancipation proposes a Panamajbond issue to meet the large deficit in the treasury tells of the sat isfactory arrangement by arbitration of the important fisheries of North America the measures taken to pro tect the fur seal hopes for a happy adjustment of the Congo question ex presses desire for a larger protection for Liberia satisfaction on the declara floe of Japan and Russia in favor of the open door and asks appropriations for the I expenses of the PanAmerican congress to be held in Buenos Ayres and for participation in the Belgian exposition both to occur nextyear It is a difficult task to make a State paper interesting even with the Rooseveltian pyrotechnics and Presi dent Taft seems not to have tried to make his message more than a dull and dreary recital Those who expected better things are disappointed while his admirers admire of course The entire document shows that the President is no better than his party and that he cannot arise above it even if he had the inclination The best that can be said of it is that it is the careful and dignified ut trance of a man who doesnt wish to say too much to hurt the feelings of those who do not believe in the policy of the reactionists to whom he seems united Lexington Gazette PETITIONS are being circulated by citizens of this place calling on CanI gre8 man Harvey Helm to use his best efforts to get an appropriation for a government building at Stanford Keep up the good work Stanford should have a government building by all means There is no reason why we should be left out in the cold and our neighboring townsgetting what they want in the way of appropriations There never was a time when a Congressman could not get things for his home town that he could not get for others Lets see what we shall see We have enlisted in this fight for a government building for Stanford because it will be in keeping with our magnificent High School build ing and new 35000 court house that is now being erected There were a lot of stingy old mossbacks howling because a 35000 bond Issue was voted by the people Now they have changed their tune and are loud in their praise of tho handsome structure that will adorn the once unsightly spot The IN TERIOR JOURNAL kept up the fight for a new one and with the assistance of the people generally its efforts were crowned with success in the end We cill on all the people of Stanford and Lincoln county to help us In our fight for a public building and we predict that Congressman Helm will land the appropriation and Stanford will have a government building Dont fall to sign the petition when presented to youIN I I tracing up relationship Dr Allen J I of the Cynthiana News finds that the hookworm is second cousin to pellagra I Let us hope that tho races will soon run out COLONEL UHEY WOODSON of the I I WalterWellman othsrJthe IN this issue will be found the an fleYIHelmgresa Mr Helm has made a faithful conscientious representative and has done all that a democratic ConrreeI man could do under a ministration and if given a third term will be better able to serve his constit uency in the future In an he says I will certainly be InterviewI date toj succeed myself in There is no precedent in Kentucky district for twoterm Con gressmen and such a precedent should not be established My predecessor represented the district for eight years and his predecessor for 12 and the last terms of each were those that were most useful to their constituents I have never made the statement that I Consreslsional ner of nominating Congressmen I consider it advisable to do the same in the I Eighth district to avoid complications with the races for Stato offices which aro already beginning to attract atten tion POLITICAL The Fourth district Congressional committee will meet March 12 to determine the time and manner of nomi nating a candidate for Congress Hon Ben Johnson will have no opposition Gov Glaascock of West Virginia re ceived a telegram from Gov Harmon of Ohio which says the latter Is in formed lawless persons are gathering I on the West Virginia side near Bridge I port Ohio with the purpose of firing on I Ohio militia stationed at Bridgeport Some of the papers are suggesting that in view of the result in Alabama Mr Bryan was a little previous in se letting prohibition as his latest paramount issue For our part we believe ho had better left the matter severely alone that is if it is intention to incorporate it in the list of Democratic is sues It is better to treat the liquor evil as a moral instead of a political question and Mr Watterson says a Democrat cannot be a prohibitionist Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Na- tlonnl bank of Ilustonvllle will be hull at their banking house in Ilustonvllle the sec ond Tuesday In January 1910 between San- d321x for the purpose of electing direc tore to servo the ensuing year JAW HOCKKK Cashier FOR SALE I Goer Hotel at Omit Orchard also storeroom jut across street with post office ad Joining and a cottage or ollleo of three rooms All necessary outbuildings 1IiWOUItTiM HOVER Cnib Orchard Ky FARM FOR RENT My farm of UMncrni ro of which It cleared I I land Is for runt privately 23 area ore I cllltla1on1corn I School district lias dwelling of six rooms I two stone places stock barn and tobarcobarnand other outbuild lag W M Mvupiir Kings MouutalnICy I PUBLIC SALE I will at my farm nenr Turnersvlllt com 1 at VJII AM sell tbo fol lowing described property on SATURDAY DKO II Wig Two harness horses 1 pair work mules 8 tVlathogstoshouts averaging HO pounds UOhookofbe sold by the- ataokltOehockofcornto bo old In the shock I binder I hemp machine 2 mowing machines disc harrow I wheat fan I hay rake I corn drill fertilizer attachment I pibwet1Othings too numerous to mention Will also rent my farm on that day for the year 1910 If not previously rented This sale will take plaeralnorihlne J K OOVKH Col A- uctPUBLIC SALE 01 LAND I will sell to the highest bidder on the premises on I WEDNESDAY DKO 161009 I purchasedofWlaohesterIcycontainingaboutN It will be sold us a whole or In three tracts n followsTract 1 contains 60637 with mod ern dwelling of ulght room ball and bath room good orcbord tqckrn and large tobacco barn and other noceuary Improvements Tract No 2 contains 20 ucres without Im Tract No8 contains about HW9 acres ImprovementsEach pike and Is In- high state of cultivation TKKMH Ono half cash March 1 1910 re mainder In oneand two years with note ate per cent Interest per annum from date II P 800UKE Winchester Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Olrcult Court In obedience ment of the Lincoln circuit court rendered at the November HughesOuardlanundersigned commissioner will on MON DAY DEO IS 1U09 at about I P xln Iront of the courthouse publc undivided iinterest of J T Joneschlldron InMncolnby the Unnvlllut turnplkoon ofItotwrtthu West by the laude of Thos liest IIl1d 1 H ofirLMaryJOhnson I whole tract coritnlulng 70 acres reinvestmentTtI fortheconunlulonorbearln ofJudgmcnt a est sold J B PAXTON M C JoQK 8 Altota Atty for Plalntjff t S r L NiHM tfAftrilutlM fK Panta IKennedy It hereby siren thAt James II who was convicted at the Juno terra the Lincoln circuit court ot the murder of Milton Estee will nt the obJedIlag anyojection JAil n KXlfIUIDt iUNovtflWW COMMISSIONERS SALE Lincoln Circuit Court As directed by a Judgment of the Lincoln circuit court rendered at the November term Iduu In the action of the Htate flank A Trust Co Uuardlan Ac ngnlnst Dudley K Reed Ac tho undersigned commissioner onj MONDAY DKO IS 1W9 at about t P x In front of the courthomo publloa credit of six months the tract of land about T miles from Htanford In Lincoln VUIItburlIH let W l W 0 voles It links to bevch onNasthlueot pike 8 OKI K ft poles to a stake B 11E Sf poles H XH K- II polo to locust In old line some N 4IH K 7 poles IS links to where two white oaks and sugar tree stood B 40H K 18 poles 2Ulinks towliitn oak D Hutchisons corner N a7y1 IW 110101 12 links to poplar stump corner to Amo and lUll N 43 a poplar on Old corner at III 1I011lInk11I nil 171 poles 10 IInki to ItORl 1111111 neronElailW 11 poIt to hlte ook side of pike with same H 1IH K 17 poles U links to stake In front of bouts H 81 W III coutatnlnglVexcept one acre heretofore deeded to Bchool District No 81 The object of sale Is for n division of the proceeds Itond with good security for the purchase bearingtII pnld the force und etTeot Of a judgment pnyublo to thecommti lonerantl secured by lien on the land JII PAXTON WOI O OIO IJ Florence Atty for 1laln- tittCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court As directed by a Judgment of the Lincoln circuit court rendered at the November term IW9 in the case of Eva Oooch do against Viola hooch tc the commissioner will onIcounty court day at of the court house door In Htanford Ky otter for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder on n six months countyKyIn the center of IttNIt corner toI 1I01t14linksline Nt K l puleall links 10corneronsam- etbencenlt7j11Mpoleatothecenter of tun street thence with center of street H 6 WT poles S3 links to the beginning containing acreSroods and Iff poles byliMoville et Hustonvllle turnpike road on tho West by W MHandtdgetnndon the Honth by Emma Uwsley containing four acres more or less The lots will be sold separate ly The object of the sale Is to satisfy the indebtedness of George Good docrnnd The purchasers will be required toexecute bonds with security for the purchase boarlnllopaid hnvlng the forco and effect of a ment and secured by lien on property sold j n PAXTON M 0100K H Alcorn Ally for 1laln- tiffCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to n judgment of the Lln coin circuit court rendered at the Noveiif her term IW9 In the action of J H Bryan admr etc vi KlwoodTottenetc the un dersigned commissioner will on MONDAY DEC IS 1W9 county court day at about 1 p M In front of the new court house In over for sale at public outcry to the highest and last bidder on M credit of six months I the home and lot near Rtaulord In Lincoln county the East side of the Van yule I ilanlord turnpike bounded on the west said pike on Ibo North and East by theland of John Brl ht on the Houth by the land of W IL Hill containing VI poles and known as the old tollgate prop oily object of the Mile Is to pay the In debtedness of Mrs Mary II Bryan and di vide the remainder among her heirs at law The pure Inner will be required to execute land for the purchase prlue payable to the commissioner due In six montns bearing a per cent Interest from date of sale until of a Judg nenhandsecure dbelenlieffect property sold The shares of the Infants ToUn lid Writ Tottfln will ffiimlu u lien on the property until thor attain the age of 21 unless their guardian In the mean limo executes the bond required by the Civil Code J1J IAXTONMO LOO 011 Bauncy Atty for Ilalnt- iasCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to a Judgment of the Lincoln circuit court rendered at the November Keeshlugiuardlantagainst Ac the commissioner on MONDAY DEC 181009 at about 1 P M In front of the court house puIIca credit of six months nn unlllvldf IIllnIciest in the following lards on the waters of Lick Ilranch of Hanging fork In Lin coin county Ky 1 A tract bounded on the East by tbo land bytheKennedy on the North by thu land of AI fart Vonurlllmignn on tile Bouth by the county road- S A tract of land bounded by the lund of partlcullnl7 referred to for u description RivebondonrlnaGpaid having the force and effect of a Judg tropertwidK H Alcorn Atty for Ilalat- ifrCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court W n nontts Admr Plaintiff vs Win Morelond Defendant Qttce of Hale In obedience to a Judgment rendered In theabovo styled court and notion at tho No comber term linxj till undersigned COlli lUll loner will at moat IP M on MONDAY DEC 13 1109 In front of the court bouso door In Stanford for salo at public ou cr to time highest and test on n credit of six months tho One haif of nn undivided A in- reupntddorsubject to the 110 estate of Sirs in u tract of 1UO acres of land on the waters of the Hanging York in Lincoln county Ky bounded on the North J by the land of Av oorpcnterlon tho Bust- by time IInmnol Utll Wllt by the Catherine Claddls land on the Houtu hy the land of nl O Nunnelioy und the T P 11111 land plnlntiff0 percent lut ru t from JUlie 15 19u5 until and the costs KivabondbeorlngIIof n judgempi4andsecuhredbylionaeaesl I P p POnnlTTlipeWaOtIu S J 01 V N FRLE I I tof Chicago lOne of the best tailoring houses in the County try have placed their line with me for next Spring and in order to show you their superior workmanship and material they have forwarded me a large selection of Suitiqgs and Overcoats for immediate use and with each order for a Suit or Overcoat at 20 or more we are goingito 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 orders A PERFECT FIT or NO SALE This i offer is for business to Christmas day 1 itr HoJ McROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY 8Fa EtEEE aaE aalath1i3 mG L Penny K II Coffey K IL Coleman i mmThe Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil is a most m Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and J mtelSold under a Guarantee 111 a- tNdt PENNYS DRUG 1 TOREII hIStanford Kent- uckyOklahomas 8BBBBl1Ba BJ3B17EBEZ1 Land Sale sOne acres of valuable farm Jt and grazing land belonging to the State of Oklahoma will be divided into farms of one hundred and sixty acres reach and sold to the highest bidder on easy terms continuesforat prices ranging from 800 to 3400 per acre The i average appraised value of the grazing land is about 250 per ac- reReduced Railroad Fares OklahomaTicketsv Ifromtickets that is the going trip may be made thru one section or portion of the State and the return trip thru another F- orFull Information e w Regarding the price and the diverse route arrangement 1 Iofthe railroad tickets also the terms of purchase pay I meat and full description of the farm landsiWrite-R F TENN T P Aor Jl GARDNER G P A The Henderson Route I IJUISVILLB KY a J I fThe Big Sale Is On 4x p Ki I t t r yr 1 i I I Dont fail to take advantage of this opportunity to get good seasonable 1 1 a 0gqda at cut prices Suits Cloaks Skirts Caps Underwear ilerannnta t 1 Spore cplondid values in extra large Black Cloaks Sec our rack of Clonks at 8485 for choice 250 yards Flannelette and Fleece Down worth 12 and 15c at OJc Good thing for Comforts Kitnonas Etc Calicoes 4jc 4Mcne50c Underwear 38c ti s f I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY The Interior Journal of BTAXFORD KY DEC 10 1909 SOME great bargains in box paper are being closed out to make room for now stock at Pennys Drug Store 04PERSONALS W K SHUOARS was In Winchester WednesdayW was in Lancaster on buincH Tuesday MRS Bonos CAMPBELL went to Lancaster Tuesday liON B B KING of Moreland where yesterday J D SHELBY of Junction City was here Wednesday on business G A WALTER of Kings Mountain paid thus office a call Tuesday UIM HALUB BROWN of Garrard has been the peat of friends here ATTORNEY T J HILL was in Win cheater Wednesday on legal business Miss ELLA BARNETTE of Huston ville is vWlteg friends near Lancaster Miss GOODIB REDD of Crab Orchard spent several days with Mite Kit Hud I man Miss OPHELIA LACKEY of Crab Or tchard spent a few days with Miss bus t MR AND MR8 FRED GARNETT have returned from thulr bridal tour and Sri at home to their many triennia F A DAVIS who has been with Geo 11 Farris has gone to Danville to work for Frank Barnett in tint grocery bull ness DR C M THOMPSON of King Mountain was In Cincinnati this week buying stacks of Christmas goods for his store at that place RKV JOE SEVERANCE of the ptnlUfltlary at Frankfort deliverer lectures at the Upontemperance House afternoon and night and on tho Public Square yesterday Somerect Journal MR J H Sworn has returned Iron a months stay in Pan llrndle Tex Ho oleo visited In Kansas Mr Swop I owns SL largo trat of land near the cit of and Is having It cultivated with great ucccssAdvocato UK JOHNS ROBINSON and daughter and son Mrs Robert Saufley and Mr William Robinson will leave Thursday for Parker Ariz to make their future home Mr BauUcy hat been in Arizona for some time where be is In business Harrodsburp Republican LOCALS FABHIB for fruit candies and nuts WANTED to uyaPlaoo Emil Greenberg NEW line of fancy ginghams calicoes etc at Whites store FOR nice holiday prestoentagotoMuel lers jewelry store NEXT month is Xmas see the line of W II Mueller the jeweler GOODS delivered anywhere in town on short notice W W White ANOTHKK eatofRochester ware received W IL Higgins CHRYSANTHEMUMS at COc per dozen with vines Ed Hubbard Stanford IK you are looking fresh oysters and celery go to J D Uortons rcstau t rant TEACUEU3 MONEY HERBSupt Singleton ta ready to pay the teachers their December salary WHBN you want thebest canned to ask for Fultonsmatoes corn sad peas Pride George D Hopper You had best see about your coal supply before bad weather If you want the very beet buy Fox Ridge J H Baughman Co k OUR customers have requested us to add a lOa an j26c counter to our Christmas attraction We have done so many articles worth double the money in each assortment Severance Son Plus TRIALNathan Pipes charg ed with poisoning W G Cowans cat tie is on trial as we go to preaaat Hus ttonvllle with Squire D It Adams pre j The Commonwealth had finish ii ed its testimony and the defense was introducing theirs AT a mooting the city council Mon day night a strong resolution wee pass ed calling on Congressman Helm to use his best efforts toward securing a pub J Ilc building for Stanford A copy of same was forwarded to him at Wash tegtOR Keep ypthe Odor J- t FOR those Xmas presents go to Far rya BARGAINS in furs at Severance Sons A FEW more guns left at White store NEW Uungalo for sale or rent W B OBannon Stanford A NICE lap robe will make a good Xmas present J C McClary GENUINE Kanawha salt The best for curing meat J II Baughman Co COMB to town cou dray and make It pay by attending Severance Sonsi sale w DONT forget the home talent show at Waltons Opera House on Friday night Dec 17 TUB smallpox c are getting along nicely and the patients will soon be out again This is hog killing weather with a vengeance Anyway you may look you can see big porkers hanging up ready for the knife to bo put in use TALK with mo before buying a typewriter and see sample at my homo T A Brsckott local agent for Standard Typewriter Exchange New York RosaJ Will Ross aged 26 died at Danville as a result of hiccoughing He was affected for almost two weeks and tho physicians wore unable to do any thing for him- RRMESIDERWhen buying canned fruits and vegetables that quality is what counts Fultons Pride canned goods aro of exceptional quality Sold exclusively by G D Hopper CARD OP THANKS We desire to thank our friends and neighbors for their kindness to us In tho Illness and death of our daughter May tho Lord bless them for what they did for us Mr and Mrs John Naylor TilE Danville city council passed license of 3000 on malt mead cream of hops beerlnc near beer etc at its meeting Monday night Wo hope the city council of Stanford at iU meet ing on Dec 20th will pass a heavy license on same here t SOMERSET WENT WET 90 Somcr sot went wet in a local option elec tion reversing the verdict of an elec lion held three years ago Tho majority against local option was 90 votes Somerset had 19 saloons when they went voted out in 1900 Pulaski county out side of Somerset has been dry for many years AT a meeting of the city council Mon day night Chief B D Carters per cent for collecting tax was reduced from 10 to G per cent on the hundred dollars Heretofore the marshal has been getting 50 a year on all fees in the police court and this was cut from his salary A number of claims against the town wero allowpd and an ordinance passed requiring people to removo all filthor refuse from tho streets Noth- Ing else of any consequence was done The old board will hold its last meeting on Dec 20th BROKE IN STORES Thieves gained entrance In the grocery store of Will R Hocker on Depot street tho other night by prizing a window open About 62 in cash was all that Mr Hocker was able to find that the scoundrels got though they probably got more The same night a window back of Cummins k Wearens store had been raised and only a gallon of gasoline was all that the scoundrels got on account of the heavy iron bars across the window keept them from getting on tho In side A little shot and powder would be an awful good remedy for those scoundrels who steal for a living THoMraoMMrJoseph Thompson aged 28 and son of Mr Jop Thompson of Garrard died at his home near reachoraville as the result of taking corrosive sublimate Mr Thompson parried a daughter of Mr W H Cum mlns of tho East Endand was a most excellent young man and no reason was sslgncd for his rash act The remains rero taken to Lancaster and interred In tho cemetery there Tuesday after noon at 2 oclock after appropriate remarks by Roy F M Tinder Much ympatny is felt for the bereaved parents and the good wife in their great affliction and may He Who doeth all things for the beet comfort them in heir sad hour Y COTTON Seed Meal at Baughman Mill WATCH for that lOc counter Dec 20 at Farris WATCH for the Brass sale ad at Warners store r t WOMEN and chll coats at cut prices at Severance Sons FOR presents that are beautiful arid lasting go to W H Mueller MENS boys at cut price to close out Severance Son w DONT forget J F Covers sale near Turnersvillo next Saturday beginning at 930 A M IGIVE handkerchiefs See our line line of fine linen goods Sev erance Son 1 WHEN you see Uncle Jimmy at Waltons Opera House Dec 17 you will wonder Whats Next GAME WARDEN J C REID is after those who have been violating the law against buying and selling quail TUG person who borrowed my roofin tools will please return them I rUled them now J A Allen Stanford WANTED to buy a good Lincoln coun ty farm of the value of 20000 to t30 000 Address Lock Box 201 Stanford Ky To all parties holding treasurer claims come in and get your tax receipt Your treasurer claims will now be paid in full T J Hill Sheriff Tim Presbyterian bazaar to be hole in tho Myers louse tomorrow Satur day will have on sale many good things to cat and to wear Go and sec MRS CATHERINE MCCLARY iqrvitcs the public to call and inspect her China Saturday afternoon from 2 to 4 oclock at her residence on Main Street POKES Potion a patent medi cine will bo sold in the Whats Next show at Waltons Opera House by Un clo Jimmy Seo him in his new role DONT forget to pay your eubscrlp tic to this paper next Monday county court day If you owe this office an account come prepared to pay it We need Xmas money and must have it FORGED CHECK r A Negro woman supposed to bo from Lancaster am giving her name as Susie A Brown forged the name of J S Embry tc a check for 23 on W W White the grocery merchant of this place T D NEWLAND theladies of Stanford a resl treat Wednesday by serving Maxwell Houso Blend Coffee with National Biscuit Co crackers all day and they were elegantly served by Mr T L Lackey of Nashville representing the above coffee and Mr Jim Bob Newland TUB the press is likely to experience a severe jolt Every paper in the land is urging tho people to do their Xmas shopping early but we fear they will not givo heed In tho name of humanity and sympathy for tho shop girls they should mako their lot as easy as possible It is less than three weeks to Christmas If you intend to buy presents for your friends or shop for yourself do so at once Dont wait and at the last moment help to mako the poor young woman so tired she will have to lie in bed all day to rest in stead of being in condition to cola rate the birth of the Savior of the world t WHAT have tho people of Stanford and Lincoln county done to Congressman larvey Helm that ho should leavo his ome town out of a bill appropriating money for public buildings The peo plo of Stanford and Lincoln county are for a government building to ebuUt- bere and tho INTERIOR JOURNAL pro- poS IJ to see that their wishes aro carried out in the matter so far as pushing tanforda claims are concerned or know the reason why such a bill is not rafted and introduced Wo urge everyman woman and child in Lincoln county to enlist themselves in this light for a public building and wo believe your Torts will not be in vain We believer politics but not at Stanford and Lincoln countys expense Keep those etitions moving If you are fora government building that will beautify Stanford and in the years to come point to it with pride sign the petition that will be presented to you by one of the com mIttee in charge j Useful Xmas Articles 1Y 1 T Baskets Pin Cushions Sewing Sets Calendars Hat Pin Holders Etc HANDKERCHIEFS AND TOWELS 1 i See our Initial Handkerchiefs at 712 and 25c All Linen Jan kcr 1 cbtofaat 5 10 15 and 25c New neat effects in Madera Handkerchief at I 2scA dozen different kinds of Towels at 25e Hemstitched andJ Scnlloped edge Finer goods ht 35 50 GO 75 and 81 x = d II a SeveranceSon TIME EXTENDED The fiscal court was In session Wednesday F Kruepe Son asked further time for the completion of the court house and the court gave him to Feb let to complet same WEDNESDAY morning the thermometer registered eight degrees abovi zero and yesterday 10 above zero Plenty of ice could be found as well as snow It begins to looks like we aro going to have a hard Winter Tim Lincoln ntqMedical Societ will meet at the St Asaph Hotel on Tuesday Dec 14 at 10 A u for the purpose of electing officers for the en suing year A full attendance Is requested W F Hickle secy Gov WILLSON has appointed Hon P speciejudgethe case of Ira Garrisons administrator against Hugh Thompson Mr Mc Roberta was agreed upon by both sides The selection is an excellent one Give usgovernment or tell us the reason why we should not have onet Look at that magnificent structure on court square and then think of a public building that does not cost Stanford or Lincoln county ono dollar Placed on a suitable site would not it add to Stanford greatly Two Jersey heifers came to my place three weeks ago Owner can get same by paying for this notice and their keep J IL Wilder Stanford Ky R F D No3 StockholdersMeeting A meeting or the atholdertof tile Final National Dank of Htnnforil will to held at their tanking lioaio the second Tuesday In January Itiu for tho purpose of electln director for the ensuing year JOHN J UcIlonKHTH Cashier Stockholders Meeting- A meeting of the stockholders of the Lin coin Jaunty National tank of Htanford wll ho held nt their banking house the geconi Tuesday In January 1U10 for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year W M nmaiiTOaihler Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of tile Orel Orchard flanking Oo of Urnb Orchard will bo held nt their bunklna haute the lint Monday In Junnary 1BIO for the pnrpoio ol electing director for the ensuing year JO llAiLKYOniblor AN ORDINANCE An ordinance forbidding obstruction e- public itrevli nud deponlttng Ulth or lofun thereon and fixing penalties The city council of tLe city of Stanford di ordain UI follows 1 It shall be unlawful for any person firm corporation to place depoalltbrow or cause to be placed depos upon anystreet alloy 11111Iolk or upon or Into any gutter within the town of Stanford any obstruction of any kind or nay paper trash nshei refuse or filth of any ind 01 to cause or suffer to be emptied upon or Into any street sidewalk or gutter the water or reuse from any closet or lath room 2 It shall be unlawful fornny merchant or other person firm or corporation to sweep cast throw or cause or suitor to be wept cast or thrown from any torewnre house or other building In his chargeorun den his control In Htauford upon or Into any street sidewalk or gutter nny paper refuse of any kind or any trash or tilth- s Violators of this ordinance shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall upon conviction be fined in any out not leu rt nor more than 1100 for each 0110 RIll 4 Each day that any obstruction filth trash refuse or other substance shall re main upon or In tho street sidewalk or gut ter ihull constitute n separate offense nnd IViballbeaseparate olTnl each day that any closet bath room or oink li emptied on any sidewalk or street or In nay gutter Ii Tire foregoing section ihall not be construed so as to forbid the punishment of any single act forbidden by this ordinance CI This ordinance shall become effective from and After Its publication In one Issue of the INTBBIOII JOURNAL In which tile clerk will cause it to hu printed A It KIOHKNOK Mayor- L n HUG IIE8 Clerk Condition of The first National Bank of Stanford Ky Dec I 1909 RESOURCES Loanund Bonds 19091459 redrafts 13032 16- U S Bonds and Prmkwi SIsoo 00 taking House and Other Real tate 9493 81- Due from Banks 58580 83- Due horn U S Treasurer 2500 00 Cashon Hand 21488 47 347514 86 LIABILITIES lapitsl Stock 50000 00 iurplus Fund Earned 20000 00 ndivided Profits Net 2612 19 irculaUon 49500 00 Individual Deposits 208732 97- Due to Banks 1329 70 Jots Rediscounted 15340 00 347514 86 J S HOCKER PresikDtjI S T HARRIS VICe President JOHN J McROBERTS OitW H C BAUGHMAN Put Cuhr W V SAUNDERS BookK p r 4a IL R Hughes T W Humble W O Martin j Xmas Goods Wo have a nice assortment of Christmasgoods to select that 1 present from Silk Umbrellas with gold or pearl handles prices from 8350 to 810 Nice fur sets from 89 to 825 La dies handbags from 50c to 8750 Suit cases from 8125 to 8V50 Silk Waist Patterns An elegant line of handker chiefs collars ties belt pins novelties scarfs silk shawls Ac Ala large assortment of toys for the children consisting of i dolls wagons figures Ac Also a lot of Chinaware coneiating of salad dishes cake plates C jo t HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENT- UCKYUSEFUL I GIFTS Dont for the sake of being over nice buy useless things as gifts for tho HOLIDAYS They dont show up well a week after you hnpe given t I themgOften he laughs at the gift and its giver Buy Articles of Service and Utilityfor with thcln alone do you iloan act of good grace and only by them are you gratefully remembered See what we have to offer then select W E PERKINSI Crab Orchard Ky M G MURPHY J W ACTON We still save you money and you will never know positively whether we an show you any advantage to ho gained by giving us u share of your bus Incas until you have given us a fair trial So try paying as you go acd you pricesrtnn24 pound sack half patent 82c Arbuckloa Coffee 15c Arm S Hammer Soda 4c Keg Soda 2 pounds 5c Matches large box 4c Ohio River Bait 280 pounds 8150 Fire Proof Oil 12c per gallon Wo aro headquarters for solid leather Shoes Chapem open all solid 84 Patent Colt Vici Kid and Box Calf 8353 350 Patent Colt Gun Metal and Box Calf Shoes for 8298 Meos Brogans 8125 Boys solid leather Shoes 8125 Ladies solid leather Shoes 8135 Mens extra heavy double front Overalls Q4c Mena heavy fleeced Underwear 44c each beet Outings any color 9Jc Ginghams CJc Heavy Dress Ginghams OJc A full lino 1M liens Felts Mens Ladies and Rubbers and Overshoes Eggs are 27 todayMURPH Y A ACTON Tho Cash Bargain Store Kings Mountain Ky Bring Your Cattle and Mules to Stanf- ordNoimelleys New Stork yards Arc now completed and are ready for all kinds of live stock with good covered pens and plenty of feed and water Pirst class accom modations and charges reasonable Your sup port and patronage cordially solicited Phone- No 1 Court Day Second Monday I M BRUCE Assistant V M y 7 The interior Journal JMeredin 0 e Port ogtee G Stanford ai- NNfldeiaae mllUlr L S N TIME TABLE No 21 South 11le P X- NoIS South 1016 A X- NofNortbfIlOA x No M North 6 P M No rrIO31 A Y- i Nossrwrx JOS S RICE Agent A S PRICEBu- rgeon Dontlst STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drag Store in the Owsley Building FARM FOR SALE I 0 The form of 110 acres of M8 grass mile ImprovementssadtheStanford pike renclng good of Also l24 acres oftiinbored land one mile Iaitof MoKlnney half under fence plenty ef weber and good tobacco land See grow ngcropL J AOfMcKlaneppKy Fall and Winter Stock a tailor of ex perleuceThen yourclothee wbetbera low btulncM or the flnest evening clothespin have that Individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were made to TosrniNwure troasenwfancyyvoitmto- peeett ace for extra and overcoats samples on hand ready for your Inspection UO RUPLKYTheTallor AT CUTJLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the bet ns well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs flowers on short settee Also make n specialty of wreathe for for funeral purposes In connection lth above I have nil kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable refOJIItIBTMANGREENHOUSESEu Stanford Ky Inturtsjobacco and Tobacco tarns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone SO Office 96 Insure with mo and be fully protectede CONCRETINGWeareln cretin such ns lllock Work Pavements oral In tact we cnn make any thing from r fcoase down to a fence post We can servo you promptly and guarantee limclms work and material Call and Ret oar prices before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford K- yINSURANCa R B MAHONY insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Lightning Fire Tornado LifeLive StockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis count JLBeazleyCoJ UndcitsKero and Embalm iS18 Also Dealers in Fur flUurefiIaUing9Kug Thoy will exchange Furniture lor llKinda of Stock Oive Them a Call Prices Righ- tTANFORD KENTUCKY tt JC McClary c a tak rEmbalmorard juiorJniHarnesa saddlery STANFORD KY 9mm rhoae lM fona JPhoce 6- gt FARMERS DEPARTMENT ESTRAYTwo 30pound shoats W 0 Walker Stanford Sixty young owes for sale L P Nunnelley Stanford FOR SALE Pair two year old mutes 16i hands D B Tudor Stanford FOR SALE25 650 pound cattle WI P Logan Stanford R F D No1 FOR money rent 15 acres of fine land to put in tobaaco Mrs F B Bar nette HuBtonvHIc Ky 0 J F Rigney Son sold their farm of 115 acres on Dix river to a Mr Free man of PulaskI for 7800 PossessIon Jan 1- Maatin Williams of Stanford sold 6 baskets Friday which brought the good prices20i191816 141 131 Advocate THREE ewes and two bucks came to my place about Sept 10 1909 owner may get them by paying for this no tics and their keep W M Bright FOR SALE Three Tamworth boars by the champion Dixon and out of an imported sow Will weigh 150 pounds Sam K Dudderar Stanford phone 123x The wool growers of Kentucky at a meeting at Lexington will attempt to organize a pool similar to that of the Burley Tobacco Society for the purpose of eliminating middlemen in selling their product J W Newman one of the leaders in tho movement will rep resent a production of 12 to 14 million pounds of wool The highest price paid for hogs in Louisville within the last 30 years was registered when tho firm of W R Crawford Co sold hogs to a local packing concern at a price of 835 The average weight was 245 pounds per porker OJ and the fact that a record breaking sale had been consum mated created considerable comment at the Bourbon Stock Yards Hereto fore the highest price recorded was f8 25 per 100- BARGAIN354 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 pur chaser which includes 100 acres as fine bottom land as there is in the county This is a bargain See L R Hughes Stanford Ky A duck which faithfully stuck to business during tho Summer and laid several dozen fawn colored eggs com plained that she wasnt appreciated See that hen over there said the duck she hajnt laid as many eggs as I have nor aa big but she has books written about her and verses composed in her honor while nobody is saying a word about me The trouble with you is said the wise rooster that was standing near that you dont tell the public whatyou have done You lay an egg and wad dIe off without saying a word but that sister of mine never lays one without lotting every one in the neighborhood know about it If you want to cut any ice in this community you must learn to advertiseExchange- Kilis Her Foe of 20 Years The most merciless enemy I bad for 20 years declares Mrs James Duncan of Haynesrillo MeIIwas Dyspepsia I sutured intensely after sating or drinking and could scarcely sleep After many remedies had fall ed and several doctors gave me up I tried Electric Bitters which cured me completely Now I can cat anything I am 70 years old and am overjoyed to get my health and strength back again For Indigestion Loss of Appetite Kidney Trouble Lame Back female Complaints its unequaled Only SOo at Pennys Drug Store ARMOUR Co have about completed ho pension system for its army of em ployes Men that aid in robbing the people so that the company can make 35 per cent a year on 20000000 capital are deserving of the highest consid eration and their pensions should be so large as to make that which the Federal veterans are getting look like the proverbial 30 cents a a p- It is t he weak nerves that aro crying out for help Then help them dont drug tho stomach or stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is wrong Vitalize these weak inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how fast good health will como to you again Test it and see Sold by Pennys Drug Store Now if Congressman Longworth had run for Governor of Ohio while papa in law was the boss tat fryer of tho country it might have been different But not having this running start just now Nick will doubtless heal tats before tackling Governor Harmon State Journal m Young Girls Are Victims of headache as well as older women but all got quick relief and prompt cure front Dr Kings New Life Pills I the worlds best remedy for sick and nervous headaches They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Try them 25cat Pennys Drug Store The Alabama prohibition law Is the most proklbitiveanywhere It actual ly makes it a crime for a man to keep or use liquor in his own house And the voters resented such Idiodcy TURKEYS FOR SALE I Oobblort and hon ofthe Lnng rdon tlonger nnd Owen llarbeo strain for sale Thoroughbred bronze large lane and beau tltul plumage K Uiaiiotr It H 1 Phone 84 J J BELDEN For House and Carriage Painting nnd Trim mlng Paper Ing Shop angingannandLocksmithJ WANTED TO RENT SMALL FARM I want to rent a small farm of SO to I0acres two or three tulles from Stanford Prefer land partly In cultivation Mid partly In grass Small house desired Address w P K Interior Journal Olllce titan ford ic- yStock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock of irecorles and Hardware Doing n good bust ness Will invoice about 1c Iteason Ill health QEO D UOPPKIt StanfordJlCy MASONS MEET oLincoln SO K4A M will moet In stated communication on each nrst and third Monday nights of each month at r9e oclock In their hull omimln strceot Stan ford Ky Members of sister lodges are fro ternally Invited to be presentW Pen alngton Sec B D CARTER New Llvorv DepotStreetPhone 96 8TANFOADKENTUCKY O B PRUITT Moroland Kentucky New Fall Lino Millinery now in Also sew Furniture coining in al most daily G B PnuiTT Moreland Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to n Judgment of the Lin coin circuit court rendered nt the November termIIIINln the action of W II IIIR D1Iricewlllon- MONDAYIJECW 1900 In front of the new court house In Stan ford Kyat stout 1 oclock P M over for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder on u credit of six mouths n house and lot near the In Crab OrchardLln coin county Ky bounded thutt lloRln fling nt a stone In the edge of the hear where stock scales In Junction of road late ly thence with line of said rood W of toodl lie of lira tllce Nowland lot thence with her line N to lot of Jos Pleas ant thence stud line H with line of said pike to beginning containing something over nn acre The object of the sale Is for a division ot the The purchaser will bo reo payabletotbecommisifonerlbearlngpricer cent Interest from date of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judgment and secured by lien on the property- J II PAXTON MU L 00 P M McUoberts Ally for 1lalnt- lrtCOMMISSIONERS SALE Lincoln Circuit Court Pursuant to u Judgment of the Lincoln circuit court rendered nt the November term HIM In the action of Miss Annie K OunnAo ngulnst Mrs F DL Dunn Heirs Ac the undersigned commissioner will on MONDAY DEO 19190V In front of tho court house door In Stan lord Ky otTer for sale at public auction to the bidder the house and lot onianvllleStreet In Stanford Lincoln county Ky thus described Ileglnnlng at a stake In the East edge of the Danville pike corner to lot of J b with that line on Eastward course shout 16 fatto the line of M D Klmorethenco North ward course with his line ret a blucher thence with his linen Westward course ZM feet to Knit edge of Danville pike thence with Knst edge of seine TS feet to the begin nlng The object of the sale Is to satisfy the debts of Miss Aimlo K Duuu for 1e2L1i with II per cent Interest from March dllod hy tip pald Jam I IM t and or31re Lou W Kmbry tlriMt with o tier cent Interest from 8 IKW credited bT5fXIpaid Jim liaise agnlnit the estate Dunn and the costs of the said acnou- TuilMHTho solo will bo made on credits of six and ltionthi In equal Installments bond with good security for the purchase price will be required of the purchaser pay able to the commissioner beorlngapercrnt Interest from date of sale until paid huvlng the force and effect of n Judgment and a cured by lien J B PAXTON M C L 00K H Alcorn Atty for JllIln- tllTPOSTED strictlyforbidpassing on our places nnd will prosecute vi olators to the full extort of the law Miss Mnttlo haves Kelohenbach pros PTruylorLilburn NujinellovJJ K Bruce David Stevens John Oamenlscli WmOordler Han Tray lor M U Klinoro nntllbOllck Fred llandorf J J Thompson U Al Anderson oodsALognn1VRev Father Leo DrGiPerry IIRIIhlilan11rlnhMrs Margaret Uooch Jacob lander TrnylorHam ofmKTOwilojrMJMorganH it o Wntklns JUrllundluy H II Grow KMcOluriAndprsonUurr VonOruenlganTL ILOnrpenterW ersOhrUtlanPaykAlox WelchIIItlcoReubenTlnlhJl3poonRmoreI UrhfwIJWhiteUH NOTICE 1 We ask the patronage of friends and neighbors for our homegrown nursery stock IUI Mnfulh 0Iect6dCIdn thrift AddressRings Mountain Lincoln Co Ky Small Farm For Rent P lIanvllleAvenueunfailing cistern and land largo barn urn house and outhouse Hoe Mrs Good knight at her town homo on 1nucmte Avenue old Koniol place HOME FOR SALE I One story coulIe of eight rooms nnd all necessary outbuilding Lot contains ono roomybarngarden spot This Is desirable place local cdon corner of WlilMoynud Miller streets A II HOIT70LAW Stanford Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI- NEERINg I am prepared todo all kinds of aurveyln and civil vuglnoerlng promptly My work will bo guaranteed and my prices are rent lonnblo Write me nt McKlnner or call lUll over the telephone through tho KastonvllK WALIKll MOKINNEY NOTICE I AntYou are hereby that Tom haulswho Is now eontlntd In the State II4UIInt- nry for shooting one Klavlus Orocr will- make to tho Htnte Hoard of Prison oommtssloncrs at Frankfort Ky on Tuesday thoTthday of December iwou for a from said Penitentiary Wit ness my hand this Nobembor W low TOM HAIUUH Fruit And Ornamental Tress I GardenNo Agents H F HILLENMEYER SON- SLexington Ky FARM FOR SALE OR RENT Contains 1W acres best tobacco land ht the county sell or rent tnitwodwellingsonoffourr- ooms and the other of two rooms Two orchards of nearly KM trees Tobacco barn cheapestfarmC R mtAWNKIl- McKlnney Ky TR1BBLE PENCE Furniture nud Undertaking Day Phono 28 Night hone 133 Stanford KentucKx FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A tine blue grass tarn for sale situated on Ike near Point Loo veil and six milesouth of Lancaster containing suu acres welt located In neighborhood being part of the John walker tract with n some new twostory so enroom residence thereon with all necessary OUlbulldlllll and good new barn 40x00 Well watered six never falling springs and creek running throughTxntsS cash In hand balance one and two years from day of sale bearing six per paidPersons plato please write or see w O WALKKK Stan- fordREWARD Having suffered considerable nnnoyanco and Uftinagu roni outlaw In breaking gate latches and tearing down and destroying my gates on the county road that runs through ba rorlll1 have concluded to offer n reward for Information trading to the conviction of such person or imrsons I will therefore give the sum of M for inksmutton leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties that have broken the latches on any of my pnteior that have sawed down or torn down any of my gates on the county road which runs from the HustonvlllD turnpike to tho Mlllrdgevllle turnpike through my farm und 1 will give the name nmouut for Information leading to tho arrest und conviction of any party or parties who In the future commit any ofthis above olTensee Witness lilY hand this 10th day of August 90V TJIIILLHU NOTICE Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns in the West End Insurance Agency Get your policies written right in a good company by- WJ CAMPBELL HueUmville Ky Weak Women To weak and UW women there ts at least one way to help Out with that way two tnatmentt must be coaiWaed Ono Is loef1 one constltu oonal but both are Important both esuaU L- Ir Shoops Night Cure Is the Local Dr Shoops Restorative the Conftltatlonal The fonaer Dr Shoops Night Cure Is atopical BueouimemUmns suttposttory remedy wWI Dr BhOODsK OraU11a whoa all Internal true moat The Eestoratlve torches Utrouabout the entire IJIeIkina the repair oi all Dsrre all tlsMKi an all blood ailment The Night Cure as lu name implies dose IU work while you sleep It soothes tore and Inflam ed mucous surfaces DMII local weaknesses and dUcharges whoa the Restorative eases nervous exeitemaQt gives renewed vigor and build up Wasted tissues bringing about renewed strength vigor and energy Take Dr Shoo- pReIIoftpTeablat orUquidaya general taio- to lilt systao For poslUri local help use as well Dr Shoops Night CurePENNYS DRUG STORE M Easy in Any Position li Full line Dutches Trousers in latest Fabrics Worsteds Cnnumcafl1 and Corduroys All guaranteed with plenty of style and snap 82 to 97GO i Call and inspect our line before you buy SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY OUR 1ingdisplay I W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky T Jr Abe Ciitcoln County national Bank 4 Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 4OOOOOO Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT WM BRIGHT CASHIER Je PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER A3ST CASH HCCARPENTERBOOKKEEPERHVYS DIRECTORS 1 13 Owsley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Goo WCdrter Stanford John B FosUjr Stanford W IL Shanks Stanford T 0 Ran kin TraylorGitbcrlBII Cummins Prcachersville 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