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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): December 10, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909121001_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): December 10, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. "w-w- yj The Interior Journal. ?0L. XXXVII. on Judge Saufley for Governor. Judge Saufley's boom for Governor DisU reported growing In the Eighth W. Crossfleld, Circuit Clerk, trict. J. and J. WllkM Morgan, County Attor. ncy, both of Anderson county, were hero and said tho Democrat of that county wero falling In lino for Judge fort Saulley In great shape-Fra- nk Stato Journal. nro Tho Central Kentucky papers booming Judge M. C. Saufloy, of StanThere Is not a ford, for Governor. Jnnht nlmut hi fitness for tho position. lie is a man of ability nnd possesses on STAMFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1000. 72 NO. 83. Press Comments NEWS NOTES. HUSTONVILLE. Judge Saulley has not said that he will be a candidate Ho was recently elected Circuit J udgo of the 13th district, and It may bo that ho will feel It his duty to serve tho people In that capacity. However, ho would mako a most County acceptable Govcrnor.-Ad- alr News. Lincoln county, havo started a boom for him for tho Democratic nomination for governor, and It !a given out that he has about consented to enter the race. Tho latter statement may or may not be truo. Judgo Saulley has to the circuit court just been bench In tho Thirteenth district and It begin Is doubtful if ho would so soon another political campaign when ho has term, free a good oflteo for a for a long while from the worries and However If ho turmoils of politics. does go Into the light ho is going to Ho is make a formidablo candidate probably today the beat political campaigner, on the stump, in Kentucky. It is doubtful if he has a peer in the State He has always as a ready debater. supported his party and ita nominees He his had long experience as a jurist He was a Confederate soldier, attached to General Morgan's command. If ho ihould decide to enter the contest, he is going to msko It a mighty interesting Owons-bor- o one. -J- udgo S. W. linger in six-ye- ar abundancn of personal magnetism. The frlcndsjof Judge M. C. Saufloy of Hon. W. Ueed Embry, of Danville, closes a splendid article on tho guber"In natorial situation as follows; selecting tho next nominee for Governor, tho Democratic party should revurt to old principles and nominate a man who would conduct nn aggressive cam psign Into tho heart of tho enemy's camp. The Advocate has called attention to ono who would All all tho requirements of a successful candidate; a gallant soldier, a learned jurist and an orator without a peor. Upon the stump he would arouse tho enthusiasm of tho boys In tho trenches and captivate Inquirer. Ji every audience with his eloquence. No man In Kentucky represents to a greater degree the chivalry and traditions of the Old South with tho progress and milium spirit of today, than docs Judge M. C. Sautlcy. of Lincoln county, to whom every Democrat could point as ih-- lr ntnndard.bearer and say: He is a "Nominate Judgo Saulley for man Governor, and Kentucky will return a Democratic majority unsurpassed since the days of John W. Stephenson." The jury In tho case of II. Clay I). S. Carpenter bought at n fancy Pierce, charged with falo swearing, price of II. II. King tho great mule returned a verdict of not guilty at Aus- lack, "Peyton " tin, Texas. Myers & Vaughan shipped to Cincln Dr. Loren D. Dozey and his wlfo nati n car of hogs and cattlo at G to 7c wero both held by the coroner's jury at and 3 to 4c respectively. St. Louis for alleged poisoning of WilThe ladies of the Presbyterian church liam J. Erder, who died last month. Saturday will hold their annual Tho Norfolk and Southern railway nt tho Wheeler finis. Don't fail to at property was bid In at Norfolk, Va , tend. for $8.GO0,OOO by Itathbono Gardner, of W. II Lair h.is closed a deal for the Now York, In thonnmo of the Norfolk Morso lot on Main street and will build nnd Southern organization committeo. a nice business house on it in tho near Tho recent Standard Oil decision in f ituro. thn Federal courts is said to hive Charles tinker, of Lexington, will be caused a change In tho plans of thopn-pone- d hero Monday tu buy all the unsold to copper merger and there msy I e baco in this section. Options on a half somo delay in effecting the combinamillion pounds have been secured for tion. him. Tho first annual message of PresA. J Adams has bought the lot adident Taft was delivered to Congress. joining Adams liros. drug store that It was presented to both Houses by As- belonged to Rev, Mills. Mr. Adams sistant Secretary Latta and In both will erect a nice business house on it in Houses was received shortly after 12 the Spring. o'clock. Howard Camnltz has gono to Cuba Before an audience of distinguished to play a scries of 10 games of base surgeons in New York, Prof. Thomas ball. Col. John 11. Morris, the noted Jonnesco, the Roumanian scientist, thoroughbred owner, is the gueat of demonstrated that painless operations T. L. Carpenter. could be performed upon patients while Tho item about tho bad bridge had they remain conscious. the desired effect. Tho new ones are John Drew, the actor, was thrown much better than the old ones and have from his horse while riding with his a good gravel rise instead of a four-inc- h daughter on the bridle path In Cenrral jump-uto get on them. Park, Now York, and seriously injurA few weeks ago Miss Annie Routon ed. The horse trampled on tho actor gave a Itradfordsvillo friend a cat. Last as ho lay on tho ground. week Miss Routen received a letter That the Controller of the Currency Is from her friend saying the cat had disan agent of tho Government with power appeared. Two days later the feline to examine into the affairs of national made its appearance at tho Routen banks was decided in favor of tho Gov- home, having made the distance of 25 ernment by the Supreme Court of tho miles. United States in the case of tho United Tho Carroll Comedy Company carryStates vs. John A. Corbett and others. ing 12 people and special scenery, will Tho Southern Commercial Congress, agpear at Alcorn's Opera House the which convened at Washington for a week of Dec 13 The company comes three days' session, has two objects highly recommended. A change of proto hasten a clearer self knowledge gram will be given each night and all throughout the whole South and to nt popular prices in order to fill the compel tho bilunec of tho United States house ench night. and of the world to sot a correct valuaTwo calls for Liir's bloodhounds at tion upon the South as a region of op- the same time Saturday necessitated portunity. them being separated. The one taken Tho Supremu court of tho United to Junction City ''told the tale" satisStates granted tho petition for a writ factorily to tho caller, Tho other went of certiorari in the contempt cases of to Stanford. Marshall Lair is meeting SHtnuel Gompers. Frank Morrison and with success in the training of three John Mitchell, officers of the American pups to trail horses. Federation of Labor. The effect of tho Wm. Peavyhousc, who has been atdecision will bo to bring the entire re- tending State University, has accepted cord in the Buck's Stove and Kange a position with a mining company at case Into the supremo court for review. Haldon, W. Va. A 10 pound clerk has That there has been a careful scruti- arrived at the homo of George Hunn ny of tho estimates of appropriations and ho is the happiest man in for tho fiscal year ending June 30, 1911, Dr. Alcorn was in Cincinnati is shown by tho figures submitted to this week to see tjie Cincinnati Souththo House of Representatives by Secre- ern officials on matters of importance tary of the Treasury McVeagh. The to our city nnd the West End generally. grand total of estimates for 1911 is Mis Frances Cooper was the guest of less Mis Edna Camnilz. $732,233,075, which is $103,370,303 pti Just at this season of the vear there's manv a ner-- 3 Json who is wondering "what to give a man for?! Christmas.,, The man can't tell you; probably he doesn't itUnnw. hut thp r.hanrps arp that insirif nf turn urnnlfnt JJafter Christmas he'll be coming in here to buyj JJsomething he wants that you could have given him! ii jfor a present. if haar SUGGESTIONS FOR CHRISTMAS: Ono of our 1IAUT, SCHAtTNKK fit & MAKX Suits, or Overcoat?. Name the man nnd wc will him. There nro many other things for men in n store like this; not so costly as Clothes; quite as acceptable nnd useful. Finn Neckwear Sv, COc to 52.00. Umbrellas up to 812.C0. enter Coats 81.00 to 84.00. &z, uu.- ; 5 5 euspenuers zoc to Silk Hose 81.50 and 82.00. Silk Socks 81.00. Six pair Hole-Proo- f p t iZ 2f fc Socks 81.50. - " "" $ Silk Mtifllere, dainty styles. Pntcnt leather Shoes to fit. Men's Jewelry Sets of all sorts. i 5? A ' 5 jX Jv i. z Tlicc nre only a few suggestions. We can not catalogue the whole stock. Come in nnd tee. We will help you find somo useful article that your friend will appreciate. ?X Z ll Cummins . & Wearen, ;J ) ?Vtf44(. ..(.( SMllfktr'iSrf(SvM'4444f4l44-i,- STANFORD, KENTUCKY. The Kings Mountain Revival. Tho most remarkable revival we have ever known in Kings Mountain closed on Sunday night, Nov. 23, alter thro,, weeks of the best preaching and singing it has ever been our lot to hear. Tho services were conducted at me rhrlatlnn church bv Uev. W. It. Quill- ton and wife.non sectarian evangelists. Tho deep interest at the beginning in creased until many wore turnea away from tho church for want of room. While there wero a number of conversions and reclamations, tho strongest B. NORTHCOTT, Ken-tu:k- Will Pay the Highest Market Price for TurJ keys. See him before selling. Call 153, Stanford, Ky. n(rir than the appropriations for the current fiscal year. ArcoiiDiNU to a statement i . Mallet, weighs 350,000 pounds nnd is twice tho size of any other cngino now on tho road. It is the largest locomotive in tho United States South of the Ohio river. Capt. W. T. Short, of Hichmond, and Deputy United States Marshal Mays, of Uuattyvllle, havo returned from n raid in Estill county, during which they captured three nioonshino Btllls nnd six mn Altogether l,r00 gallon. .f beer and many gallons of whisky were destroyed. Tho six men arrested wore V. D. Sills, Joe Lynlan, Tom Goose, Anthony Uudedly, M. Rose and Major NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. One of the largest railway locomotives in tho United States arrived in Danville and will bu operated between Danville and Oakdale on the Cincinnati Tho engine, known ns the Southern. IN published shortly after the republicans succeeded to iKiwer, thero were over a million anu a quarter of dollars in the treasury. That party has had chargo of nlfairs lust two vears now and a statement just issued shows that th?re aru but $336,837 37 in the treasury, somo or which can not be touched, with of outstanding warrants to bo paid, leaving o net deficit of ?G01,-25- 8 51. This is a most discreditable showing. Wo do not Inquire, "who got tho money 7" as has been inquired for several yenrs, because we do not think that uny of it has been stolen. Wo simply call attention to the fact in to show that tho republicans aro of giving tho State an cconom ical management of its fiscal affairs and the necessity of a return to democratic principles. $933.-131.or-d- Tacket. Wm. Upchurchof Glon Oak, Oitla., vai an oxllo from homo. Mountain air, be thought, would euro u frlghtfu g oough that luul Jelled all remedies for two years. After six months ho icturned, death dogging his steps. "Then I begun tousoDr King's Now Discovery," ho writes, "and af ter taking six buttles I am as well us over." It saves thousands ) early from despcrata lung diseases. Infallible for Coughs and Colds, It dUpel luDg-rackin- Forced Into Exile. President Roosevelt's press agents nrueettinir to faklinr. Thev say ho ehot a Tapl tho other day, which U to say n hat, according to the dictionary. Having killed everything worth killing may In darkest Africa tho have turned his attention to old hats as a target. At any rato it is more commendable than killing animals simply for the pleasure of taking life. s Massachusetts has an educational H- ballot, and, judging by the result of the last election, the voters are up to snuff. They did not like tho high tariff pro clivities of Draper and Frothinghum. the candidates for governor and lieutenant governor on the republican ticket, so gave them n beggarly 8,000 or 9,000 STANFORD, KENTUCKY. majority; while electing tho rest of tho v ticket, who were not particularly idenORGANIZED IN 1882. tified with the tariff question by nearly C9.000 majority. To have uied tho balCAPITAL STOCK, 550,000. lot with so much discretion shows that SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. the Massachusetts voter knows what Hased on a nooulation of 80.524,000, HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $2To500 ho is doing, und, not like a large num- every man, woman und child in the Kentucky voters, simply recog- United States should have WVJ3 oi ber of Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety nizing the device. tho monev in circulation December 1. your quoto, there is Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. If you haven't A Scoldotl Boy's bhrleks something wrong either with yoursen grandmother, Mm. Maria or n svstem of covernment which horrllled his Taylor, of Ncbo, Ky., who writes that, aeenn to bo designed to make the when all thought he would die, lluck-len- 's poor poorer and the rich richer. DIRECTORS, OFFICERS. Arnica Salvo wholly cured him. broatnlnglly-otno- l. , II. Baughman, F. Heid, Infallible (or Hums, Soulds, Cuts, Kill catarrh germs by J. S, I locker, President,, M. D. Elmore, J. M. Pettus, Penny guarantees It to cure caCorns, Wounds, UruWos Cures To- S. T. Harris, H. Cummins, II. C, Baughman, Holls, Skin Eruptions, tarrh, soro throat, coughs nnd colds. John J. McHoberts, Cashier: S, T. Harris, 81, Very no. C. Robinson, Chilblains, t'luipped Hands, boon Complete outfit with Inhaler II. C. Baughman, Asst. Cash'r W. H OUannon J. S. Hocker, routt. Piles, in- - at Penny's Drug pleasant to use. C. E. Tate. W.W.Saunders.BooUkeeper, Store. "This is what others are wearing, members, many of whom were induced to confess faults one to another ana pray ono for another. In addition to the manv restorations and reconcilia tions, we now have a cottage prayer miPtiru-- nnd increased attendance at church, prayer meeting and Sunday schools and more Bible reading ami se rious thinking than ever. We think Brother and Sister Quinton are among the most consecrated christians we hnvH ever met. and' we know they left our village on a higher plain of think ' ing and living ". w. wrn directed toward the churrh B. NORTHCOTT. Stanford FIRST NATIONAL BANK, t; ver-Sou- v I CROWDED galleries representing of- ficial and social life In Washington wit nessed the commencement of the reg Conular session of the Sixty-llra- t gress. Tho procedure followed on the . -- m first (Ijv was similar to that which has "Health CorTeo" is the-- o!cerest characterized y opening of Congress. Imitation of real coHeo over yet made. A trrcat mass evef of bills was Introduced. Dr. Shoopoiented It from puio parch- The announcements of the recent deaths ed grains, malt, nuts, etc. Fine In of Senator Johnson, of North Dakotu, flavor Is made In just ono mlnuto. and of Representatives Lasslter, of No ZQ or 30 minutes tedious boiling. Virginia, and De Armond, of Missouri, Sample free. Penny's Drug Store. caused adjournments on both sides of the Capitol. don't want you to marry him." Madame." "Hut I don't want to wear what oth- ors are wearing. Show me tho Btyio after next." be quickA tickling ordry cough ly loosenod with Dr. Shoop's Cough Hemedy. No opium, no chloroform, nothing unsafo or harsh. Sold by cn Xmas Goods. Bric.-a.Un- Ponny's Drug Store. "Are you running your railroads for tho benefit of the public or the stock holders:" "I "Why not mother 7" "You may bo able to do much hotter Ifoarsencs and Soro Throat. Cures "Well, I can crosa that bridge when Grip, llronchltls, Hemorrhages, AsthI get to it." ma, Croup, Whooping Cough. 60c and (I, trial bottlo ireo, guaranteed by Pains of women, head pains, or any Penny's Drug Store. PHln stopped In 20 minute sure, with Dr. Shoop's Pink Pnln Tablets. See To I'MNTEKS. - This otlico haa for sale full formula on 25c box. Sold by a lot of display and body type which has Penny's Drug Store. been used very llttlo, a medium sized Announcement was made at the Stato Imposing stone, a lot of coses, and eev. eral cono pulleys. Will go cheap if sold I n.martment of the appointment of at once. Intkmor Journal oftlce, William J. Calhoun, of Cblcatro. as I Minister to China. Stanford, Ky. in tho future." Wc will show you the nicest line of- Xmas goods fromuil ttliq foreig "I'm no umpire," answered Mr. Dus-ti- n anil Com Stax. "If we pay big dividends the patterics ever slrowu here. Dinner Ware, Novelties, A clever woman calls Ml-- ns the brcauso It .,.!! onmnlnlnn nnd If WO don't the prescription sunshine I'm inclined to munity Silverware, Carving Sets anil other thing too uumerou to 'mentiou. cuungfld her from a miserable, uerv stockholders kick. ous dyspeptic into a bright, healthy, maintain neutrality as a Come nud eee us and you will agree with hj. happy woman iu a few weeks. Stops oillcial and lot 'em tight Jt out." m stomach distress la o minutes t'enny Tho llttlo Candy Cold Cure Tablets guarantees tbem. Lsrgo box 50o, -will In n. four tinnptt n...i o high-salarie- d t In nn election hold throughout Win o,.riv rhiH-- all Colds or LaGrinne. old by Ponny'a chester and Clark County the city by a Try theml malorltv of 358 votes decided to retain Drug btoro. saloons. Local option carried In the Winter wears a coat of Ice, county outside of Winchester by 652 As we know. In the city will convotes. Ten saloons Under which she sports a nice Waste of snow. tinue to do business. c. ii i(.n.,t.a GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. I... ,, t J IN this lwe will be found the an- - Kwtt JofpHuWlH PtwtW Ike Prerideat'a MeaMge. The Interior Journal. nouncement ;oi; uongressman narveyi In his first to a regulr ses Helm, who seeks a third term in l .. . . . none E. C. WALTON .i, t, sion of Congress, President Taft takes gross. Mr. Helm has made a laltntui,I Kennedy, la ntrnny given innv ntjamea 11. who win convicted tho June lif. of thn Lincoln circuit nak ol crack at creation and suggests conscientious representative and has term,murder of Milton Kstea. willcourt, thn th enough matters for the consideration done all that a democratic Congress- - governor for it portion unit nil who object HON. HARVEY HELM, will notify the governor und atatn In writ of that body to keep it at work all mm rmiM An nnrfor n rnnutillcnn ad- - iI ing nny objection. of Lincoln county, U ft cnmlldnto for Jam. II. Kkmkkht. .. . 7 for Oongrrsa from the Klghth 7. . .7 ana... given r tniru. .icrm ThUNoT.S7.IIMi. a u dlatrlct,aubject to the action of the demo- Summer. Boiled down for tho benotit ministration, cratic party. of those who will not wade through six will bo better able to servo his constitteen columns of dreary matter, ho docs uency in tho future. In an interview COMMISSIONER'S SALE. not, strange to say, want an immedi ha says: "I will certainly be a candiLincoln Circuit Court. At Martinsville Again Seeking Reate congressional Investigation of tho date to! succeed myself in Congress. Aa directed lief from Rheumatism. sugar scandal because ho says that There is no precedent in the Eighth circuit court, ly it Judgment of the Lincoln rendered nt tho Novemtwr tirm, IWU, In thn action of thn Htnte Hunk . ConMartinsville, Ind., Dec 8. There such an investigation might by giving Kentucky district for two-terTrust Co.. (lunrdlnn. Ac .ngnlnst Dudley K. is some pleasure In most everything, immunity and otherwise, prove an em- gressmen and such a precedent should Ac, the undersigned coimnlMtoiicr but the trouble is getting It out, some- barrassment in tho conviction of the not be established. My predecessor wtuon MONDAY. DKO. 1S.10. On tho Nicaraguan i renresentod tho district for eight years nt nint I r. x.. in front of the times. For instance, whllo the Hoos-icr- a guilty parties. nt iloor In Hlnnfnril, K, otter for anlelililili-ro- pub-ll- o were wrapped in a heavy snow on question he makes no specific sugges tnnd his predecessor for 12, and the last outcry to tho highest nmt best In tho Unci of In ml country has terms of each were thoso that were it credit of tit mom Htanford, In Lincoln Tuesday, plodding here and there, the tions, but says that this nboul T miles from patients of the Martinsville Sanitarium terminated diplomatic relations with most useful to their constituents. I county, Ky on Mtnnlnrd . Wnyncshurg1 1 pike, fiotiiult-i- thuai lleglnutngnt S cheat-were comfortably ensconsed in the big the Zelayan administration and intends have never made the statement that mita.nenr Hutchison's aehrnl.housoithenre V i polea 13 links, H iolca II W Inquire into would not bo a candidate for tho third porches, all glass front, with their feet to take further steps to llnka to breeh nu Kuat aide 01 plko H U V. K resting on the large heating pipes, that tho execution of tho two Americans. term. Several of the district Congres ti polea to n atnkc, H MS K SI polea H V N T pole to locuatln old line, with anliie made them as ' snug as a bug in a rug." The President docs not wish a fur sional committees In Kentucky havo al 4IM K 7 polea II llnka to where two white N WM notes The "beautiful" was viewed from a ther revision of the tariff at present, ready met and fixed tho time and man- oakanndtoauunr treo stoodHutchl-on'- s K litcorner --v links wnllniink 11. distance, as it were, and the writer believing that the power given him to ner of nominating Congressmen. I con nojhkw poica it iinka to pcHiinr nump 4.1 w pnaatng nl wasonooftho lookers-on- . It is not enforce the maximum and minimum sider it advisable to do tho samo in tho cornerto aninonnil HillHI N poplnron old corner nt polea lillnkain nil a tar-i- d Eighth district to avoid complications 17 polea 10 llnkato atone Hill's corner NIS.S tfVa my desire to "boost" the Martinsville rates will enable him to prevent w title oiik Hlll'acorner on Knl W II nolea to Sanitarium because the company operwar. He asks for legislation to for- with the races for State offices, which aide of pike with mine H US K i polea IS front of home M SI W 24 ating it owes me any thing, but be- bid tho issual of judicial injunction aro already beginning to attract atten- llnkatoatnkoln thn beginning, contnlnlna: JHilea 17 llnka to nntl tl polea, more or leaa, anrn nnil nocause it is an institution where great in tho labor controversies without tion. except one ncre heretofore deeded to Hcliool good is being accomplished and where tice, advises the establishment of posiriftirioi .o.i. Theoliectof anlela for n cllvUlon of thn POLITICAL. humanity is being benefited where tal savings bank system, advocates a proceed a, Ilond with Roodaectirltr for tho puralmax people are being cured, absolutely cur- ship subsidy to encourage American The Fourth district Congressional price will Im reuulrfdof tuapurchnaer.lienr-In- s fl -- r eont. Intereat from dnto of ante uned, of rheumatism, the worst of the shipping, wants publicity given to po committeo will meet March 12 to de force und elTcct of n til pnlil, many diseases flesh is heir to. And as litical contributions in all elections termine the time and manner of nomi Judgment,hnvlnit the thecummlaloucrnnd pnynble to by lien on thn Innd. the old song, speaking of the old ship over which Congress has direct super nating a candidate for Congress. Hon. aeciirtil j. ii. r.vsros. m. o. u o. c. of zlon, goes, "It has landed many a vision, advocates a civil pension, a Ben Johnson will have no opposition. (I. I). Florence, Attr. for 1'lalntlIT. thousand and 'twill land as many more, higher rate of postage on periodicals Gov. Glasscock, of West Virginia, re glory hallelujah!" and so I say "It has and magazines, a fund of $50,000 to ceived a telegram from Gov, Harmon, I cured many a thousand and 'twill cure suppress what is called for the want of Ohio, which says the latter is in Lincoln Circuit Court. many more, glory hallelujah!" Come of a better namo the "white slave formed lawless persons are gathering aa Aa directed to the Martinsville, and if you are not trade," a commission to present a on tho West Virginia side, near Bridge- circuit court, by n Judgment of the Lincoln rendered nt the November benefited, send your bill back to the plan to prevent the law's delay, the port, Ohio, with tho purpose of firing on term, IPOU. In the rnae ot i:i (looch, Ac, ngnluat Vloln Hooch, Ac, the undersigned island and company and you will be helped out on construction of an artificial Ohio militia stationed at Bridgeport coiuiiiiasionerwiii on MONDAY, UKO.13.lKV. it. As stated before in these columns, fortification at the entrance of Chesa Some of the papers are suggesting county court dny.ntnbout I there are seven sanitariums here, but peake Bay, the construction of two that in view of the result in Alabama or the court house door. In 1.M., In front Htnnford. Ky. the Martinsville is the oldest and easily battleships and a repair ship for the Mr. Bryan was a littlo previous in se- offer for anlo nt public outcry to the highest nnd best bidder, on n credit of six months, navy, the establishment of an exten lecting prohibition as his latest para- two lots In MltlcdgeTlllo. Lincoln county, the best Ky the nrst of which Is thus described: 1 am giaa to tell the many of our sive naval base tat Pearl Island, Ha mount issue. For our part we believo In the center of street corner to Oompton : tuencu Ida line M IWj K M polea. I readers who know the young lady that waii, and a national board of health. ho had better left the matter severely llnka to hla corner on Hnndldie: thence hla The President further recommends alone, Miss Mary Logan is doing nicely here anme, that is, if it is intention to incor- line N '( K 7 polea 11 llnka tocurnernn of the S7Mi the center and that her physician, Dr. E. B statchoodfor New Mexico and Arizo porate it in the list of Democratic is thence, whenceW M polea to of street HA', W T street t with center Green, thinks ho will soon have her na and an appointive governor and sues. containing I llnka It is better to treat tho liquor polea SIrooua to the poiea. u fully restored to health. Her mother, executive board for Alaska, the cele evil as a moral instead of a political acre, ssecond unu la bounded on the North by The lot Mrs. P. W. Logan, wife of tho doctor, bration in 1913 of the fiftieth anniver question and Mr. Watterson says a Isaac OUmon nronerty ton the Knit br Unu- vllle.fc llustonvllle turnplko rond; on the is also improving. Dr. Logan has got sary ofJNegro emancipation, proposes Democrat cannot be a prohibitionist. West hy W.M.Handldee: nnd on the Houtli by Knimn Owsley, containing four ncrea. ten to be a fine nurse, having so long a Panamalbond issue to meet the largo more or less, i no iota win im soiu acpnrnto cared for his invalid wife and daughter. deficit in the treasury, tells of the sat iy. Tho object of the anlela to anility tho In Martinsville is a Saturday afternoon isfactory arrangement by arbitration of debtednexa of (leorgv (looch, deceased. town. In fact everybody and the dog the important "fisheries of North The purchnsera will be required toeiecute A meeting of thnatociholriera of the Nowith good security for thn get in at that time, it seems. The mer America, the measures taken to pro tional bonk o( llustonvllle will Im held ntd bonds, unynhleto the commissioner, purchase bearing price, their banking home In Iluntonvllle the chants do a thriving business and they tect the fur seal, hopes for a happy Tueadnyln Januury. lyio. between (und 0 per cuut. Interest from dnto of anlo until purpose of electing direc- paid, having thn force nnd effect of n Judg12a.m for always glad when the end of the adjustment of the Congo question, ex tor, to aere the ensuing yenr. are ment uud secured by lien on property sold the last day of the week comes. Court presses desire for a larger protection J. II. PAXTON, M. O. J.W. IIoCKKit.CAahlcr. K.H, Alcorn. Atty. for Plaintiff. Square was crowded Saturday after- for Liberia, satisfaction on the declaragoon and Christmas goods, the necessi- tion of Japan and Russia in favor of FOR I ties of life and many other things went the "open door" and asks appropriations Gover Hotel, ntOrub Orchard, nlto storefor thelexpenses of the with them. room utt across atrvct.wllh pout offlce Lincoln Circuit Court. and n cottage or olllco ine capital 01 Morgan county is a congress to be held in Buenos Ayres rooms.' All neceiiry outbuildings. of three, most accessible place. A half dozen and for participation in the Belgian MlW.Ol'KTIHClOVKIt. Inobedlenco to n Judgment of C'rubUrchnrd, Ky, coln circuit court, rendered nt the thn Lin trains pass on the Vandalia Line, while exposition, both to occur nextyear, Novemtier term. v. In the notion of J. il. Ilrynu, is a difficult task to make a State the interurban between Indianapolis It numrctc.,s Kiwooa luiicii.eic, mu unI dersigned comuiltaloner will on FARM FOR and Martinsville run every hour. The paper interesting, even with the MONDAY, IKO. IS, WW, two-cefare is in voguo and a round- - Rooseveltian pyrotechnics, and Presi Sly farm of W0ncre,70ot which Is cleared county court dny, nt about 1 1'. M.. In front P acres are of the new court house. In Htnnford, Ky,, trip ticket between the two points can dent Taft seems not to have tried to laud. Is for rent privately. sowed In outcry to the highest be obtained for $1. On every other make his message!fmore than a dull corn andgrass, remainder for cultivation, oiler for sale at public credit ol six months tobacco on sbnres. In Clruded and bidder, on n Sunday the Vandalia makes a round-tri- p and dreary recital. Thoso who ex- Hcbool district. Has dwelling of sl roouia, the home and lot near Hlaulord.ln Lincoln two atone chlmneya, two lire plucea, slock DanKy.,on pected better things are disappointed, bnrn nnd tobacco Imrn and other outbuild- county,Htunforil the Kitst aide of tho the price of 80c. turnpike, hounded on ville A ings. V. M.MuitPiir, Kings Mountain, ICy. Weat by said pike; on the North nnd Kast An opera house is badly needed here. while his admirers admire, of course. t. ..... Iu n.l .. .unu l!l.,t. . .... .1... UH..tl. tj ill, mim vioft..l.V. II. Hill, vu lun r.v.ui.1 iiti.iii. contnlnlni! UJ liv the land In this town of 5,000 inhabitants thero The entire document Bhows that the loiigaie'-propoles, una snowunt his party is only one place of amusement and it President is no better than ertv.l The object of tho wile is to pay the In- is a picture show. Tia strange Bomo and that he cannot arise above it ueoieuuesaoi Airs, aiury it. urynn aim ui- I will nt niyfnrm.nenrTurneravllle.com viae me remainder among ner neirs nt mw. enterprising citizens don't make the in- even if he had the inclination. menclnc promptly ntVUs) a.m., sell thu fol Thepurohiiter will tie rtqulred to eiecute The best that can be said of it is lowing ueitcrineu property, on vestment that would certainly bring iKind for the uurchusa nrlce. unvnbte to thn commissioner. duelnalx months, lienrlugA HATlIU)AV, DKO. ll.lwm. that it is the careful and dignified utthem good rerurns. per vent, interest ironi uaie 01 sine until harness horaea, I pair work mulea, So great is the per cent, of those who terance of a man who doesn't wish to Two cuttle, SJHouthdown ewes, t bucks, Hi paid, having the force and effect of n Judggood bv lien on the ment, und fat hogs, to be sold In bunches of live; It sold. Thu secured of thu lnfunta, projierty come to Martinsville, people who are say too much to hurt the feelings of shares Lorulne shouts, averaging IiOpounda; 1W shocks of afflicted with rheumatism. It was not those who do not believe in the policy fodder; stacks of bny, to be sold by the Totteunud WraTollcn, will remain it lien on the property until they attain the age of In the shocks stuck; surprising when a beautiful bride, who of the reactionists, to whom he seems shock; 1SUhinder, I of com. to Im soldmowing 21. unless their cunrdlnn In the mean lima hemp nmchlne.S executes the bund required by the Civil machines. 1 disc harrow. wheat fun. 1 hav Code. with her groom came hero to spend united. Lexington Gazette. J. II. I'AXTUN, M.f. L.O O. rnke, I corn drill, fertilizer attachment, I CI, II. Hnufley, Atty. for Plaintiffs. riding plow, hillside plow, 3 large plows: their honeymoon, was approached by a Petitions aro being ..circulated by HO fine chickens, 0 stands of bees and other motherly old lady with the following Will tblnits too numerous place calling on Con- rent my fnrm on that to mention. year also 11)10, day for tho complacid and sympathetic exclamation: citizens of this gressman Harvey Helm to' use his best If not previously rented. This ante will take "My, lam so sorry for you, my pretty place, rain or shine. J, K. (lOVKIt. Lincoln Circuit Court get an appropriation for a uoi. j. i'. uuunuier, ,uci. woman; a bride of only a week and here efforts to government building at Stanford. Keep all bent up with rheumatics." The In obedience to u ludgment of the Lincoln good work. Stanford should have circuit court rendered at thn November bride took the words in the good spirit up the in thu" uctlou of Kred Keaallng, a government building by all means. they were intended and thanked her Uuurdluu.A.. ugnlnat Kred VuuUruenlguu, why we should be Ac, the undersigned coiuuilaslouvr will on stars that "old rheumy" had not struck There is no reason --OKMONDAY, DKO. 13,1 WW, left out in the cold and our neighboring her yet. ut nlxiut 1 1. M., In front of the court home townsgetting what they want in the way door, lu Htnnford, Ky., otter for aulo nt pub- In this connection, it might not bo out appropriations. There never was a lie outcry to me niguest unu neat bidder on place to state that many bridal couples of n credit of six months itu undivided Congressman could not get time when a I will sell to the highest bidder, on the tert-a- t III thu following lands on the witters come here and they find it a very depremises, on ot i.ick iinincu oi Hanging rork in iui lightful place to spend a week. It costs things for his home town that he could coin county, Ky, WKDNKHDAY. not get for others. Let's sec what we At 10 o'clock sliarn. the DKO. 16, 1U. nur- - 1 A truct bounded on the Kast by the land farm recently less than the big touring trips and are oi Aiiri-- riiiiiMou-- . neys; on iue vtesi oy A. on quite as enjoyable, wo imagine. A shall see. We have enlisted in this chased from IteznnmiiuHcobee, city the Paris thelnnttiof MIrs, Kntherlne Adoruiid Davidpise, noout ui n irom limits Ol Kennedy: on the North bv tho hind of AlKy containing acres. Stanford couple could give desired in- fight for a government building for Winchester,sold as it whole orabout M tracts hurt VonGriienlKun: on the Houtli bv tho In three Stanford because it will be in keeping asIt will he county road. follows: formation on the subject. 1 contains W.or7ucres, with modmagnificent High School buildTract No. t A tract of land bounded by the land of My stay ended here and I left Mar with our ern dwelling of eight rooms, bulla nnd bnth sirs. Kntherlne Ador nnd others, more paring and new $35,000 court bouse that is room; good orchard, atock lrii and largo ticularly descrlbod In the petition which la tinsville with some regret. I have now being erected. There were a lot tobacco barn and other necetsury Improve- referred to for u description. formed some close friendships which ment!. The purchnsera will ho required to give s of stingy old howling beTract No. 2contulna20 ucrts without Im- bonds with good security for the purchase hope to meet again. A three days' cause a $35,000 bond issue was voted by provements. S contains about 11.069 acres iirlce, payable to the commissioner, beurlng Tract No. sickness Is the only unkind recollection Interest from dntn of sale until people. Now they have changed without improvements. paid, huvlng the force nnd of u JudgKach of these tracts fronts pike and la In ment and secured by lien effect property I have of the town and the sanitarium the on the their tune and are loud in their praise high atate of cultivation. soiu, j, ii, iw.vion, ju.u. Ij.u.u, bearing its name and that might have TKUMH. Onu hull cash March 1, of the handsome structure that will mainder In one and two year with 1010, reK. H. Alcorn, Atty, for Plaintiff, note ut been worse had I been elsewhere. adorn the once unsightly spot. The In- S per cent. Interest per annum from date, E.C. W, II. I'. B0O11EK, Winchester, Ky. I terior Journal kept up the fight for During the four years of Cleveland's a new one, and with the assistance of Lincoln Circuit Oourt. last administration the entire cost of the people generally, its efforts were Lincoln Olrcult Court. government was $1,441,895,770. The crowned with success in the end. We W. Il.lloutfs Admr., Plaintiff, vs Win. last four years of Roosevelt's reign cill on all the people of Stanford and In obedience to it Judgment ot the Lincoln Moreluud, Defendant. Notion of Hale. court rendered November county to help us in our fight circuit1W, in the action at thu It, Hughes, Inobedlenco to a Judgment rondered lu coat 12.500,881.284. In that time the Lincoln term, ot L. the above styled court uud notion nt the Noexpenses of living have increased 56 for a public building and wo predict ituuruiau.ao., ugwiui n, nay jones,ixctue vember term. DmO, the undersigned couinils-alone- r undersigned commissioner will on will ut nhout P. M. on percent. That's gotoR some. More that Congressman Helm will land the MONDAY, DKO. 13, W, MONDAY, DKO. IS, IIW, e front than a billion of dollars Increase. Elev appropriation and Stanford will have a nt uhout 1 i. m lu Ky of the the court offer lor sale ut pub-ll- o lu front offor sale at house doorluHtnnford, door, luHtuuford, public ou'ery Ky., offer Don't fail to en hundreds of millions I It is almost government building. outcry td the htuhest und best bidder the highest and best bidder on it credit to thu of inconceivable. sign the petition when presented to undivided Interest ot J T. Jones'chlldren months thu one.hnlf of uu undivided 'X all In nine tract oi miiu neur Jiiiiieugevilie. in reuintnder. auhlect to the life ratntu of Sirs. you. Lincoln county, Ky., bounded on the Kust 1. W. 111 it tract ol lull ucrea of by tin) Danvlllo.t, Ilustoutllle turnpike; on luudon Alorelnnd The gem. imports this year reach thu wntersol the Jluuglug Fork In In addition to more than $40,000,000. In tracing up relationship, Dr. Allen the North by thn county rond thu lauds of Lincoln county, Ky., IkiuuUihI on thu North Hubert Durham uud llunnah llriiuen: thu the almost M large value of those of the Cynthiana News finds that the the West by thu lauds of Thus, ltest and on by the land of A. w. (lurpetilcrion WestKust 1 by. Helm lands j on Ilia smugged It Is said that a largo im- hookworm Is H. Hughes; oil the of by thnHitmuel second cousin to pellagra, Mrs. Mury Johnssii Houtlin. by the lauds the theUutherlneOaddla land! on thu Houtli by J eviuud portation of precious utones is an ii Newell, the land of It. ', Nuuneliey uud the T. 1'. I truct Hill land. dence of prosperity. If so wo are Let us hope that tho races will soon wholeobloct contalulng 70 ucres. of the sale la for reinvestment. The Tha object of the sale Is to satisfy plain- Kettfng' so prosperous wo don't know run out. TKUMH The sulu will lw malleoli a ill t tin's debt uguliikt defendiiut fur 1101.13. with bond wlllr good security for Opvrceut. lulerust from Juuo IS, MuG, until whut to do with ourselves. ol all mouths, Colonel, Ukky Woodson of the the purchase price will ho required of tho pniu unu tue costs, to ulvo commissioner, Thu uurchuser will ha Tub Owensboro Messenger thinks Owensboro Messenger speaks of Walter purohitser, puyuble to thufrom date of sale bond with good security red ul rod purchase bearing 8 tier cent. Interest for tho until puld, having the force and etli-c- t of it pi Ice, payublu to tho commissioner, ocunng there will be no more Democratic Wellman as a fellow explorer. As tho Judgment und secured by lieu on the Inter- anereeni. Interest from date of sule uutll slates in Kentucky. Whar you been puld. having tho forco und effect of a Judgwhite roan? Hain't you heered 'bout oae got as near the pole as the ntber i est void. J. 11. PAXTON, M, O, L. U, Q. ment and secured by lion. I the reference Is happy. that slate, made at Louisville? K, n. Alaoru, Atty. for I'lulutl,!!. K, K, yoilUITT,UloliOMMlMtoor, tf ttf mwa ".! ....... GIVEN FREE! t - Ib-c- cuurt-huua- n " Ullman & Co., of Chicago, I l H, I the counr haVG DlaCefj th6lT 11116 With IHB TOr next Spring and in order to show you their superior workmanship and material, they have forwarded me a large selection of in " u ne orr the best tailoring nouses Commissioner's Sale Suitirjgs 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, . You make your own selection worth from any of their iarge 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 w Stockholders' Meeting ace-on- - SALE! H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. G. L. I'eiiny It. 11. Commissioner's Sale RENT E3333SQ333S333SH33m Policy K. It. Coleman nt BJ lt PUBLIC SALE N tne-'oi- u Vtnolf 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 H 1 1 1 Commissioner's Salel PUBLIC SALE! LAND. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, itanford, Kentucky. Oklahoma's Land Sale One million six hundred thousand acres of valuable farm and grazing land belonging to the State of Oklahoma, will be divided into fanns of one hundred nnd sixty acres each and sold to the highest bidder, on easy terms. AUCTION BEGINS DECEMBER 16, 1909, and continues for 21 days. The agricultural land lias been appraised at prices ranging from $8.00 to $34.00 per acre. The average appraised .value of the grazing land is about $2.50 per acre. moss-back- iv Commissioner's Sale Commissioner's Salel Reduced Railroad Fares 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 icnnittcd 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 r. fe 1 1 court-hous- . Regarding the price and the diverse route arrangement of the railroad tickets, also the terms of purchase, payment and full description of the farm lands, K. V. PKNN, Full Information Write r T, P. A., or J. P. GARDNKR, G. P. A. "The Henderson Route" IuisviLut, Ky, i 4, i I W The goods ot Big' Sale Is On. to get good Useful Xmas Articles. Backet, Pin Cuchionn, Sewing Sets, 3 f Calendar, Hat Pin Holder, Klc Don't fall to take advantage of this opportunity eaonablo KcmnaiitH. HANDKERCHIEFS AND TOWELS. Bco our Initial Handkerchiefs cut prices- - ifc- Suit, Clonks, Skirls, Cnp, Underwear, at 7, 12J nnd 25c. All Linen Handker- Sonic splendid viilurn in extra large, Mack Clonk. See our rack of Clonk chiefs at ft, 10, 15 and 25c, New neat effects in Madera Handkerchief at Hcint.titc.liod at 51.85 for choice; 230 yards Flannelette and Fleece Down, worth 12J and 25c. A docn 15e, at flje. Good thing for Comfort', Kitnonan, Ktc. Calicocc, lc. Men's TiOc dilTcrent kinds of Towels at 25c. GO, andj3calloped Underwear 3Hc edge. Finer goods at 35, 50, 75 and $1. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. For ris thoao Xmas presents go to Far- in 6c Seed Meal ot SON, STANFORD KY. Baughman's Son. Cotton Mill. Fine towels 25c to SI. Severance & V tf & ! L. II. Hughes V. O. Martin T. W. Humble iiME extended. The fiscal court Watch for that 10c counter, Doc. 20 was In session Wednesday. F. Kruegcr nt Farris'. Btakfoiid, Kt., - 1)H', 10, 1900 Son's. ot oun bskcu ior lurtner timo for the White's Watch for the Brass sale "ad" at completion of the court house and the left at A few more gun court gavo him to Feb. 1st. to complete Warner's storo. same. SoUR Rrent bargains in box paper nro store. being closed out to mako room for now Women and chlldrens' coats at cut New Hungalo for sale or rent. W. Wednesday morning tho thermomlock at Penny's Drug Store. U. O'Bannon, Stanford. prices nt Soveranco St Son's. eter registered eight degrees above zero and yesterday 10 above zero. A nick lap robe will mako a good Foil presents that are beautiful and Plenty of Ice could bo found, PERSONALS. well as McClary. Xmas present. J. C. lasting, go to W. H. Mueller. ' snow. It begin to looks likoas we aro W. K. Shuoars waa In Winchester ro have a nice assortment of Christmas goods to select that going to havo a hard Winter. Wednesday. Genuine Kannwha aalL Tho best for Men's and boys' gloves at cut prices present from. Silk Umbrellas, with gold or pearl handles, W. W. White was in Lancaster on curing meat. J. 11. Hnughman & Co. The Lincoln County Medical Society to closo out. Severance & Son. prices from $.".50 to $10. Nice fur sets from 89 to 825. Lawill meet at tho St. Asaph Hotel on business Tuesday. and mako it Come to town court day uon lorgetJ. t. uover s sale near Tuesday, Dec. 14, at 10 A. m., for dies' handbags from 50c to 87.50. Suit cares from 81.25 to Mas. Boiion CamiuieU. went to Lan- pay by attending Sevcrsnco & Son's Turneravillc, next Saturday, beginning purpose of electing officers for the tho en87.50. Silk Waist Patterns". An elegant line of handkercaster Tuesday. suing year. A full attendance is resale. nt 0:30 a. m. Hon. 1). U. Kino, of Moreland, waa chiefs, collars, ties, belt pins, novelties!, scarfs, silk shawls, Ac. quested. W. F. Hickle, sec'y. here yesterday. Don't forget tho home talent show uive Handkerchiefs. Sco our line, Also a large assortment of toys for the children, consisting of J. D. Shkuiy, of Junction City, was at Walton's Opera House on Friday Elegant line of fine linen goods. Sev Gov. WiLLSON has appointed Hon. P. dolls, wagons, figures, Ac. Also a lot of Chinaware, consisting M. McRoberts, of this place, special here Wednesday on business. night, Dec. 17. 1MULV U. JWII judgo of tho Casey circuit court to try of naiad dishes, take plates, Ac. G. A. Walter, of Kings Mountain, tho case of Ira Garrison's admlnintrn. When you see "Uncle Jimmy" at cases are all getting The small-potuld this office a call Tuesday. tor against Hugh Thompson. Mr. McMiss Halue Brown, of Garrard, has along nicely and the patients will soon Walton's Opera House, Dec. 17, you Roberts was agreed upon by both sides. will wonder "What's Next?" The selection is an excellent one. be out again. been the guest of friends hero. Attorney T. J. Hill waa in Game Warden J. C. Reid is after This is hog killing weather with a Give us a government building, or Wednesday on legal business. Anyway you may look you thoao who have been violating tho law tell us the reason why we should not vengeance. Uaunette, of Iluston-vill- can sco big "porkera" hanging up ready against buying and selling quail. Miss Ella have one? Look at that magnificent structure on court square and then is visiting friends near Lancaster. for tho knife to bo put in use. The person who borrowed my roofing think of a public building that docs not Miss Goodie Hedd, of Crab Orchard, . cost Stanford or Lincoln county one days with Miss Kit spent several Talk with mo before buying a type- tools will pleaio return them. I need dollar. Placed on a suitable site, would writer, and see samplo at my home. T. them now. J. A. Allen, Stanford. not It add to Stanford greatly? Mias OriiEUA Lackey, of Crab Or- A. Urackett, local agent for Standard Wanted, to buy a good Lincoln counTwo Jersey heifers came to my place chard. ncnt a few days with Miss Sue Typewriter Exchange, New York. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. three weeks ago. Owner can get same ty farm of the value of $20,000 to KouL Mrs. Fhkd Garnett have Address Lock Box 20f, Stanford, by paying for this notice and their nged L'C, died at Mr. and Ross. J. Will Ross, keen. J. II. Wilder, Stanford, Ky., R. returned from their bridal tuur ond aro Danville as a result of hiccoughing. Ho Ky. F. D. No. 3. 'at bomo" to their many initios. was affected for almost two weeks and To all parties holding treasurer claims K. A. Davis, who has been with Geo. H. Karris, has gone to Danville to work tho physicians were unable to do any- come in nnd get your tax receipt. thing for him. for Frank Harnett in the grocery Your treasurer claims will now be paid m A meetlnitot the stockholder, if the First Rememiier. When buying canned In full. T. J. Hill. Sheriff. M. Thompson, of .Klns National Ilinilt of Htanford will tie hold nt Dn. C. tlit-l- r tanking home the second Tuesday In Mountain, was In Cincinnati this week fruits and vegetables- - that quality is The Presbyterian bazaar to be held Jnnuarr. lftll). fur the nurnnse nf eleetlnc hiivinir utarka of Christmas goods for what counts. Fulton's Pride canned in tho Myers House tomorrow, Satur- director! for I ho ensuing year. his store at that place. John J. Mi'ItoiikHTH.l'nsfiler. goods aro of exceptional quality. Sold day, will havo on sale many good things Hev. Joe Severance, chaplin of the exclusively by G. D. Hopper. to cat and to wear. Go and sec. penitentiary at Frankfort, delivered temperance lectures nt tho Opera Card ok Thanks. Wedeslrcto thank Mrs. Catherine McClary invites A House, Sunday afternoon and night, nt tbe our friends and noighbors for their the public to call and inspect her China colnmo'tlni: nf tlin itorkholdorsHtnnford Lin Ununty Nalloiml Hunk of will and on tho 1'ublic Square yesterday. Ihi held nt their banklnx hou kindness to us in tho illness and death Saturday the Kocond Somerset Journal. afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock TucmIhv In January, lvlo. for tho nunxiso of MK. J. 11. SwopR has returned from of our daughter. May tho Lord bless at her residence on Main Street. vlecllnii director, for t humming )ur. Vt'. M. Hukiiit, Cashier. a month's atay in Pan Handle, Tex. them for what they did for us. Mr. Ho also vfsiud In Kansas. Mr, Swopo and Mrs. John Naylor. Poke's Pine Potion, a patent medi clt owns u largo tra:t of land near the . cine, will bo sold in the What's Next of Panhandle and is having it cultivated The Danvillo city council passed a show at Walton's Opera House by "Un-- Advocate. with great success. A meeting of tlin atocklioldur, of the Ornb license of $3,000 on malt mead, cream do Jimmy." Seo him In his new role. Orchard Hanking (Jo of Oral) Orchard, will Mr. John S. Koiunson and daugh- of hops, beerine, near beer, etc., bo held nt their bunking bouu the ilrnt at its Sauiley and ter and sou, Mrs. Robert Mondny In Jannarr, Don't for the sake of being over nice buy useless things as gifts for tho Don't forget to pay your subscription electing director" for1VH, for the purpose, of will leave meeting Monday night. Wo hope tho Mr. William Hobinson, the ensuing jenr. Ariz., to make city council, of Stanford, at its meet- to this paper next Monday, county court Thursday for Parky, J.O. UAlI.KT.Ooshler. HOLIDAYS. They don't "ahow up" well a week 'after you have given their future home. Mr. Sauiley has ing on Dec. 20th will pass a heavy day. If you owe this office an nccount, been in Arizona for some time, where license on same come prepared to pay It. I We need AN them. here. ho is In business. Harrodsburg Ko Xmas money and must have it. publican. forbidding obstruction, of An ordinance Often ho laughs at the gift and its giver. Somerset Went Wet 00 Somerami Forged a Check. A Negro woman, public (trevtatlxlnif ueomnK minor iciutu iieualtlea. thereon and set went "wet" In a local option elecLOCALS. The city council of tte city ot Htanford do Buy Articles of Service nnd Utility for with them alono do you do an, tion, reversing the verdict of an elec- supposed to bo from Lancaster, and ordain in follow,: 1. ihall be unlawful for nny Fahhis' for fruitf, candiea and nuta. tion held three years ago. Tho major!, giving her name as Susie A. Drown, firm It corporation to tinice, uepoaii,person, act of good grace and only by them are you gratefully mrow or remembered. is or thrown ty against local option was 9G votes. rorged the name or "J. S. Embry" to or cause to lw placed, deposited or upon or ujkmi nny street, alley, sidewalk, Wanted, to buy a piano. Emd Somerset had 19 saloons when See what wo have to oiler, then select. they were a chck for $23 on W. W. White, the Into any gutter wllhiuthelownof Mtuutord, Gretnberg. any obstruction of anv kind, or any paper, voted out in 1906. Pulaski county out- grocery merchant of this place. or lrah. ashes, refuse or tilth of any kindInto upon or to cause or suiter to New line of fancy ginghams, calicoes side of Somerset has been "dry" 'for T. D. Newland gavo tho ladies of any street, sidewalk,be emptied tliu water or or gutter many years. White's store. from any closet, sink or bath room. etc, at Stanford a resl treat Wednesday by reiuse ,hll bo unlawful for any merchant, i. It r' ' to At a meeting of the city council Mon serving Maxwell Houso Rlend Coffco or other person, tlrm, or corporation, bo Fon nice holiday presents goto Mueweep, cast, throw, or cisum or sutler to day night, Chief B. D. Carter's per with National Discuit Co. crackers, all wept, cast, or thrown from nny store.wnre ller's jewelry store. house, or other building In bis charge or unr Ky. cent, for collecting tax waa reduced day, and they were elegantly served der his control In Htanford, upou or Into month Is Xmas; see the line of from 10 to G per cent, on the hundred by Mr. T. L. Lackey, of Nashville, rep- nny street, iiuewniic. or gutter, any paper, Next anv kind, or nnr trash or filth. refuse nf a. Violators of this ordlnnnco shall te W. II. Mueller, the Jeweler. dollars. Heretofore the marshal has resenting tho above colTee, and Mr. Kulltvof a misdemeanor, und shall, upon M. G. MURPHY. Jim Rob Newland. J. W. ACTON. conviction, be fined In any sum not less t li delivered anywhere in town on been getting $50 a year on all fees in Goods ti nor more than ttOU for each otfense. the police court, and this was cut from that any obstruction, tilth, short notice. W. W. White. The power of the press is likely to trasn,Knch day or oilier nuiwianco sunn re reiuse, his salary. A number of claims against Wo still save you mouey, and you will never know positively whether we experience a scvero jolt. Every paper main uponor iiiinesireei.siuewHiK.or guAnother shipmeut of Rochester tho town were allowed and an ordinance in the land is urging tho peoplo to do tter., hall constitute a separate offense, and ran ehow you any advantago to bo gained by giving us u share of your buslt'shall ben separate otleiue each day that iness, until you have given us a fair trial. So passed requiring people to removo all waro received. W. II. lligglns. try paying as you go acd you. closet, bath room, or sink, I, emptied Xmas shopping early, but wo fear nnyanv on sidewalk or street. or In nny gutter. filth or rcfuso fiom tho strcots. Noth- thlr COc per dozen they will not givo heed. Inthonamoof a. The foregoing section shall not lie con will find it is to your advantago as well as to ours. A. few sample prices Chrysanthemums at ing else of any consrquenco waa done. so the punishment humanity and sympathy for tho shop strued net n, to forbidby this ordinance.of any Dec. 1, subject to market fluctuations: Guaranteed best patent flour 87c, Ingle with vines. Ed Hubbard, Stanford. forbidden The old board will hold its last meeting girls 9. effective they should make their lot as easy from This ordinance shall become one Issue 24 pound sack; half patent 82c; Arbuckle's Cofi'eo 15c; Arm & Hammer Soand nfter It, publication In 2 pounds, Cc; Matches, large box, 4c, Ohio River Balt,280 Ik you aro looking for fresh oystcra on Dec. 20th. as possible. It is less than three weeks of tbe Imikiou Jodhmal. In which the da lc; Keg Soda, It and celery go to J. D. Uorton'a Broke In Stores. Thieves gainod to Christmas. If you intend to buy clerk will cause A. to be printed. Major. pounds, $1.50; Firo Proof Oil 12c per gallon. II. FI.OllKNOK, rant. Wo aro headquarters for solid leather Shoes Chap'em open, all selid, S4; cntranco In tho grocery store of Will presents for your friends or shop for L. it. HUdllK.I.Ulcrk. Patent Colt, Vici Kid and Box Calf, $3.53; $3.50 Patent Colt. Gun Metal R. Hocker, on Depot street, tho other yourself, do so at onco. Don't wait and HEiiK.-Su- pt. Money Teachers' Coaditioa of Tbe and Box Calf Shoes for $2.08; Men's Brogans $1.25; Boys' solid leather Singleton la ready to pay the teachers night by prizing a window open. About at the last moment help to mako the Shoes $1.25; Ladies' solid leather Shoes $1.35; Men's extra, heavy, doublo $2 in cash waa all that Mr. Hocker waa poor young woman so tired sho will their December salary. front Overalls 04c; Wen s heavy fleeced Underwear 44c each; best Outings, able to find that tho scoundrels got, havo to He in bed all day to rest inany color, OJc; Ginghams CJc; Heavy Dress Ginghams OJc. A lull lino of When you want tho best canned to- though they probably got more. Tho stead of being in condition tb celeMen's Pelts, Men's, Ladies' and Misses' Rubbers and Overshoes. Eggs aro matoes, corn and peas, ask for Fulton's samo night a window back of Cummins brate the birth of tho Savior of tho ol Sunford. Ky.. Dec. I, 1909. 27 today. & Wesrtn's store had been raised and world. rride. George D. Hopper. "M IT" only a gallon of gasoline was all that What havo tho people of Stanford and RESOURCES: You had beet aee about your coal the scoundrels got, on account of tha Tho Cash Bargain Store, aunnlv before bad weather. If you heavy iron bars across tho window Lincoln county done to Congressman Lo.ni and Bonds $190,914 59 13.032 16 want the very best buy Fox Ridge. J. keept them from getting on tho in Harvey Helm that he should leave his OradWu home town out ot a bill, appropriating U. S. Bond, and Premium 5 1,500 00 H. Baughman & Co. side. A little shot and powder would money for public buildings? Tho peoand Osna Real Estate 9,493 6 us to be an awful good remedy for these ple of Stanford and Lincoln county aro Banling House Our customera have requested 56580 83 Due from Bank, add a 10c andlS6c counter to our Christ-Hit- s scoundrels who steal for a living. Bring Your Cattle and Mules for a government building to Lie built Duo from U. S. Treuuitr 2.500 00 We have done so, attraction. Thomtson. Mr. Joseph Thompson, hero and tho Interior Journal pro- Cosh on Hand to Stanford. 21,468 47 many artielea worth doublo the money aged 23, and son of Mr. Jop Thompson, poses to see that their wishes are car"$347,514 66 in oach assortment. Severance & Son, of Garrard, died at his homo near ried out in tho matter, so far as pushing LIABILITIES: Proachcrsvlllo as the result of taking Stanford's claims aro concerned, or Capiul Slock chargPipes, $50,000 00 Pipes Tiu subllmato. Mr. Thompson know tho reason why such a bill Is not Surplus aed 20.000 00 ed with poisoning W. G. Cowan's cat- corrosive drafted and introduced. Wo urgo ovory married a daughter of Mr. W. II. Cum2.012 19 Undivided PfODU-- Nrt tle, is on trial as wo go to prcss.at woman und child in Lincoln counwith Squlro D. U. Adams pre- mins, of tho East End, and was a most man, 49.500 00 Circulation young man and no reason was ty to enlist themselves in this fight for siding. The Commonwealth had finish- excellent 208,732 97 a public building and wo believe your Individual Deposits ed Its testimony und the defense was assigned for his rash act. Tho remains 1,329 70 Usnli Aro now completed and are ready for all kinds were taken to Lancaster and interred efforts will not be in vain. We bellovo Due toRedlscounlcd introducing theirs. 15,340 00 in politics but not at Stanford and Lin- Note In tho cemetery thero Tuesday after ol livo stock, with good covered pens and Keep thoao AT a meeting of the city council Mon- noon at i o'clock, after appropriate re coln county's expense. plenty ol feed and vrutor. First-clas- s accom$347,5 1466 If you are for a day night a strong resolution waa pass- marks by Rev. F. M. Tinder. Much potltions moving. modations and charges risouublo. Your suped, calling on Congressman llelmtouso ympatny is folt for tho bereaved par- government building that will beautify J. S. HOCKER. IVesidVnlj port and patronago cordially solicited. Phono S. T. HARRIS. Vk I'rcuJeai: his beat efforts toward securing a pub-li- e ents and the good wifo in their groat Stanford and in the yeara to como No. 1. Court Day, Second Monday. - copy building for BtaiiforeV Aof affliction and may He Who doeth all point to it with pride, sign the petition JOHN J. McROUERTS. CW; I. M. BRUCE, Asaiats.nl. H. C. BAUGHMAN. Am. Culm; lame was forwarded to him at Wash- things for tho best, comfort them in that will bo presented to you by one of ttwir aad hour. the good work. tb coaunlttee in charge. W. W. SAUNDERS, ington. Bardains furs at Severance & Xmas Goods t 1111 i m x Win-cheat- er e, HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, $30,-00- 0. Stockholders' Meeting Stockholders' Meeting USEFUL GIFTS. Stockholders' Meeting ORDINANCE" W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, I A First Nationm Bank MURPH Y & ACTON Kings Mountain Ky. 1 m m AU-Na- thun nimiielley's New stock ....Ydrds.... Fund-Eir- KpP J Boel-KU- StAt V. ..U .,' trtt W-.-- "- n - - - The Interior Journal. Mntrrciinthe rott'Ofiet jtotid'-&- it Banford matter. L. &N.TTMETHBLE No.il. Houth.lllMr.it. No.ffl,Houth,10:l!tA M. No.ls.JiWr.ai. Nortb.tiWA. M. No. No..North.6:J r. at. No.TT.lO'.slA. M. FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. shoals W. E8TRAY. Two 0. Walker. Stanford. Sixty younc owes for aale L. P. Nunncllcy, Stanford. mules Fort Sale. Pair D. B. Tudor, Stanford. 151 hands. cattle. W. For SALK.-- 25 P. LoRan, Stanford, R. F. D. No. 1 For money rent, IS acres of fine land to put in tobaaco, Mrs. F. 0. d The Alabama prohibition taw is tho 1 most prohibitive any where. It actual We nik the natronaaa nf our friends and ly makes It a crime for a man to keep neighbors for our nursery Is carefully selected, clean, thrifty lock. or use liquor in his own house. And nnd wellItgrown. Prices arn reaionahle. Ad Idlodcy. the voters resented such dress J. A. MoKKK, NOTICE home-grown King! Mountain, Lincoln Co., Ky, TURKEYS FOR SALE ilnlihW. nnd hena 1 Bar-nctt- c, nf the Ijanaerdoii A (longer and Owen A llarbce strain for sale. Mrs. Norn fioodknlsht's farm on linnvllle Thorougnnrcii nronxe, large, inine nnu iwmi-tlfMas. W. K, DiailON, plumage. Avenue for rent for lwin,near grndrd school: II. It, I.Htntiford. Phono"-- . unfailing clitern and Hnd;lnrgit tarn anil Small Farm For RentI houo and outhoutes. Hen Mri. nt her town homo on lAticaiter ld Kernel place. OimmI-nig- ht Hustonvllle, Ky. J. F. RlRnoy & Son sold theirr farm JOS. 8. WICE, of 115 acres on Dlx river to a Mr. Free- Ifnr Itnnu and flarrlase Pnlntlns nndTrlm man, of Pulaski, for $7,800. Possession mlng. Pnpor Hanging, (lun nnd Locksmith-Ing- . Hhop opposite clonot. Jan. 1. J, J, lUi.tiKX.Htnnfonl, Ky Mastln & Williams, of Stanford, sold Surgeon G baskets Friday, which brought the WANTED TO RENT SMALL FARM KENTUCKY. Kood prices 201, 19, 18, 1C, 141. 13 -STAMFOWD, I want in rent a small farm of 90 tn 1(10 Advocate. acres, two or three mllei from Htanford. Offica oror McRoberU Drng Store in ewes and two bucks came to Pit for land partly In cultivation and pnrtly Three desired. Address W. tlio Oweloy Building. my place about Sept. 10, 1909; owner Ingrnis. Hmall housejourmu uuico, man-forl", k., caro interior Ky. may tret them by paying for this no I tice and their keep. W. M. Bright, For Sale. Three Tamworth boars of 1W acres, of good blue The farm land, lying ono inllo North ot Mcklnnoy.on by the champion Dixon and out of an and Htanford pike. Improyementi fruit. the imported sow. Will weigh 150 pounds. fencing rgood: plenty of acrei of Umbered, land one mile Sam K. Dudderar, Stanford, phono I deilre to sell privately my stock ot Uro. Alio lttMcKlnney:hnlfunderfonce:plenty cerlesand Hardware. Doing n good bull XMtrot ness. Will Invoice about KW. Uenson f water and good tolmcco land. JJJR""" 123x. J.A.alVKNH.Agent, III health. sgcrop. McKlnney, Ky. The wool growers of Kentucky at a GKO. I). IIOI'I'Klt, BtanfordKy. meeting at Lexington will attempt to organize a pool similar to that of the of .Have your meaiure taken by tailor F ft ex- - Burley Tobacco Society for tho purpose .n.allhAi h tt t tin IflW eliminating middlemen in selling Elcebu.lneM.ult orth. nneit evening of M. wlllmcet LodseXo.M K. A their product. J. W. Newman, ono of InLincoln communication on A. nrst nnd v each ciotnes.'wiii nvo stated were made to which plainly Indicate they e will rep- third Mnndar nlehts of each month, at 7:90 take joor meodure. I will alio fancy your meni-r- the leaders in the movement, on main streect, re.u, top resent a production of 12 to 14 million o'clock In their hall of sitter lodges areHtan for extra troujer.. Iraford. Kr. Members coatat auu overcoats. ternnlly Invited to be present. T. V, Pen pounds of wool. ready for your on hand c. nington, II. O. BUPLKY.TheTallor, The highest price paid for hogs in Htanford, ky. Louisville within the last 30 years was registered, when tho firm of W. R. CUT, FLO WEBS FOB SALE! Crawford & Co., sold hogs to a local New Liver- I can furnlih the public with the belt, ni Depot well ai the freshest of cut flowen, plant! of packing concern at a price of $8.35 all kinds bulbs, potted flowers, on ahort The average weight was 245 pounds 96, AIM) make a ipeciallyof wrcathi notice. for for funeral puriioies. nlove, I have nil 'per porker," and the fact that a rec with the STANFORD, KENTUCKY. In connection sale had been consum klndi of vegetables on hand at reasonable mated, created considerable comment rtC",0niBTMAN (HtKKN HOUSES, EO IlOllBAHD, PbOH. the Bourbon Stock Yards. Hereto Htanford, Ky, at fore, the highest price recorded was Agent. J, J. BELDEN, Avenue-o- aTsT price, Dontlst, HOME FOR SALE! Oneitorr cotlaiz of eight rontm nnd nil necesinry outbulidliiRa. Lot contains ono ncre,dltldcd Into cow lot on which U roomy Imrn, buggy hnuie, corn crlli, etc. llmxl cardan snot. This li a ilMlrabln place. Incat- cdon corner of Whitley mid Miller streets. A. II. HOI.TZOt.AW, Htanford, Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEERING. I am prepared todo nil klndi nt nirveylng and civil engineering promptly. My work will Iw guaranteed and my prices are Write uie at McKlnner or call me over the telephone through tho lluitonvllle Atcunngr. WALrK.UMoKINNP.Y. FARM FOR SALE Stock of Merchandise for Sale. Fall andi Winter Stock. ... lav MASON'S MEET. NOTICE! You are hereby notified that Tom Hnrrls, who Is now conllned lu the Htate penltcnti. nry for shooting one Klavlua Oreer, will tnako application to tho Htate lloanl of Prlaon (fommlsiloners at Krankfnrt. Ky.. on Tuesday, tho 7th day of December, IKW, ts lorn I'aroie irom baiu renitentiary, flj J TROUywrzr' X mi """""" LVasfrv' "".V"-sampl- my hand this Nolxniher TOM HAllHIH. M, Iww. Easy in Any Position. Full lino Dutcbem Trousers in latest Fabrics, Worsteds, (Cashmcrca"' ftmi Conluroys. All piinrniiteed with plenty of stylo nnd snap, J2 to S7.D0. Call nnd inspect our line beforo you buy. Kafcsv B. D. CARTER, Street, Phone Fruit And Ornamtntal Trtit ! Kvervthlnir for Orchard. Ijiwii anltCtar- den. Catalogue on Application. No Agents'. H. SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. all F. HILLENMEYER & SONS. C. J3. PRUITT. Moroland, Kontucky, Lexington. Ky. FARM FOR SALE ORjRENT. 1 tawrts Tobacco and Tobacco larns. nothing But Insurance. $3 25 Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, STANFORD, KY. Phone S6; Otlloe, 86. IiiBure with mo and bo fully Residence protected. CONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of such as lilock Work, Puvoments and, lu fact, we can make nny thing from r post. Wo koos down to n fence guarantee can eserve jou promptly and Oall ond get our prlcei work nnd material. before you buy your malerlul at least. j, Ilr.t-clna- ' per 100. Bargain. 354 acres of good land, of which 100 acres is bottom land, eight- room dwelling, two good stock barns, new tobacco barn, 36x9G, ice house, buggy house, two corn cribs, etc., two good cisterns, the whole farm being well watered, well fenced and lavs well. Will sell ns 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. New Fall Line Millincrv now in. Contain! K) acres, boat tohscco laud In cw Furniture coming in al- th. mnntr. IV mile, frum McKlnner. Will Also sell or rent, lias two dwelling., ons of four most daily. rooms nnil the other oi two roomi. iwo G. I). Pruitt, Morelnnd, Ky. Commissioner's Sale! Lincoln Circuit Court. In obedience to n Judgment ot the Lincoln circuit court rendered at the November term, ltv. In (he action of W. II. M Ac. ncalmt Mrs. Habra T'rlce, Ac, the unilcrslHiicd coimiiltiloner wlllon MON'IIAY, I1K0.13, In front of tho now court hou.e. In Htnn ford. Ky.,ntBbouf o'clock P. M offer for sale at public outcry to the lilRhetiuul be.t bidder on it credit of six month, n houae and lot nenr the deHit In 1'rab Orchnnl. Lincoln county, K.. Iwumlt-- tliu: lii'uln-nlnnt n stone In the edge of the plko nrar of where stock scales In Junction bhIiIroad Inlii-tmm I l.t rwr, , t.ua.i... uHh Hlii. ,.f of the lint- - of Mri. Allen Norland lot; riean tbencoHlth her line n to lot or ants; thfiico said line to pU;thenceH with line of said pike to lieglnnlng, containing something oer an acre. The object of the sale It for n division of Ihu proct-eiia-. The purcnaser win i to execute lwud for the sale price, pujnulu to ttiecotnniltlonvr, bearing 1 per cent, Intereit from dnto of sale until paid. having the force, nnd eirecf of a judgment and secured by Hen ou the property. J. II. PAXTON, M.O. I..O.O. P. M. McUotwrts. Atty. for Plaintiff. orchard, of nearly ftti trees. Tobacco barn that wUI bold 10 Bcres ot tobtcco cheapeat farm lu Kentucky at price. U. . IlltAWNKU, McKlnney, Ky.- - OUR Christmas Stock is Arriving. Don't Jail to see our display. TRIBBLE & PENCE, Furniture nud Undertaking. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. INSURANCE. R. B. MA.HONY Insures Tobacco, To bacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm learn to advertise." Exchange. Property, Everything, Kills Her Foe of 20 Years. Everywhere. Light- "The m03t merciless enemy I had ning, Fire, Tornado, for 20 years,1' declares Mrs. James Duncan, of Life.LiveStock.Health Dyspepsia. Haynesville, Mo., "was I suffered intensely after and Accident, Plate eating or drinking and could scarcely Glass.Suretyon Bonds sleep. Alter many remedies badup,fail I doctors gave mo Immediate attention ed and severalBitters, which cured me tried Electrio given to losses which completely. Now I can eat anything. I am 70 and are paid without dis- get my years old and am overjoyed to strength back health count J,L.Beazley&Co., j. C. McClary, vM m& iam i Pursuant to u Judgment nf the Lincoln circuit court, rendered nt that Noemlier term, l(w. In the action of Miss Annie K. Having nattered coualderiible nnno)nnce Dunn. Ac, nRulnit Mrs. K. M. Dunn's Heirs, Ac, tna umiersigneii commissioner will on and damage from outlaws. In breaking gate latches aud tearing down nnd de.troylng MONDAY, DKO. IS, Nov, my gates, on the county road that runs In front of tho court hou.e door. In Htnn- - through my farm, 1 hn concluded to offer lord, Ky., olfer for sale nt public auction to it reward for Information leading to the the highest and liest bidder the bouo nnd contlctlim nf such ihtioii or I lot onlninvllle Htiiet.lu Htanford. Lincoln will therefore. gUelhnsumuf VO eroiu. for InforKy., thu ileicrlbed: lieglnnlng ut mation leading to thn arrest nnd conviction ustnkuln the Last edge of the liaullle of any party or parties, that hue broken pike, corner to lot of J.h ltlce; thence with the lute Ilea on any of my e,ales,ortbat hate that line on Knatnnrd course uloutn 1M WvX an wed down or torn down any of my gates to the line of M. I). Klmore rt hence North, on the county road which runs from thu ward course with his linn 76 feet 0 dluclies: Huatontllht turnpike to the Mllledguvllle VJ.'M BRIGHT, CASHIER. SHANKS, PRESIDENT thencu with his line a Westward courte -- W turnpike, through my farmtanil I wtll glte S:H. feet to Kant edge ot Dnnlle pike; thenie the same amount for information leading J. B. PAXTON. J. W. ROCHESTER, A3ST. CASH. with Kail edge of same ,3 leel to tile begin to tho arrest and conviction of any party or H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER nlng. pirtlea who In thu future commit any or the The object of the snle li to .Htl.Ir the above offeiiiiea. HVYS FOSTtR. CLERK. Wltuesa my hand this luth day of Auguit, debts of Mlti Aunlo K. Imnu fur H.niJax, with njier cent, liuere.i irom Jiarcn f, m, again." For Indigestion, Loss of Ap ereuiieu ny Ma'puiu juii. i, niiti oi .iri DIREOTOR3I petite, Kidney Trouble, Lame Back, Interest from .March n, credited by f.'oi female Complaints, It's unequaled. paid Jan. I, Pun. ugnlnal tn esluto of Mrs. .). U. Oweley, Stanford: S. II. Shank., Stanford; Goo. V Carter, Stanford Y. M. Dunn and the costs of the laid action. Only 50o at Penny's Drug Store. John B. Foator, Stanford; W. II. Shmki, SUulbnl; T. C. Riu-kiTKHMH. The sale will Im made on credits of six and month. lneual Inttallmeiits; Lancatttcr; J. B. Puxton, Stanford; Y II. Traylor, about completed Dona wiiu goou security ior tun purcnn.e Armour & Co. have price will Uj required of tho purchaser. pay Qilbcrta Creek; II. L. Hiibhlo, Lancutcr; W. the pension system for its army of em- nblu to the coiiimlisloner, bearlngdperct'iU. II. Ciimming, 1'rejichernvillc; Lilburn until paid, ployes. Men that aid in robbing the Interest from date ot saleJudgment having and se the force mid elfect of a Oooch, Gilberts Creek. company can make cured iiy lien. psoplo so that the InJ. 11. PAXTON, M. O. U V, V, 35 per cent, a year on $20,000,000 capi K. H. Alcorn, Atty. for l'lulntllT.. tal are deserving of tho highest considso eration and their pensions should be large as to make that which the red- MK. FAKMEK: Mako your homo us niodorn for your family m it cily oral vatcraus are getting loak like the residence, nud placo yourxelf in n position to get tho Intent market qnotatioiM We, whose names appear below, strictly Undei Utters ami Em halm com- at uny time. This can bo accouiplwhcd by means of out tplcphotio uervicu, forbid buutlug, fishing or liny kind ut Ire.. proverbial 30 cents. paiaing on our places nnu win prosecute vl Also Dealers in rn. to the full extent of tho law. which you and your neighbors on get for it sum that U small compared with ulators They Mlas Mattle Hee., Kelubonbiirli Ilros. It I? t he weak nerves that uro cry tho benefits received. Call or iiddrusi our nearest ollico or write direct to Kred llaamaiin, A.T. 'i'ruylor, ing out for help. Then help tliem, will exchange Furniture ior N. II. Piuiumvr, Ltlliurii (looch, headquarters, Nahvillo, Teun., for iuforin.ition regarding our special "Far. It. (' Niinnell. Will don't drug the stomach or stimulate J. W. lluatur. Qiv mem' Lino" rate. If you uro not at present enjoying telephone- service, wo of Stock. tljitigluiinn. J. W. Peck. IIiiBtonville, Ky. can immediately interest you. Our lines cover tho Suites of Kentucky, J. K. Ilruce. IlatldHtetens, the Ileartor KIdnoys. That is wrong Right. Them a Call. Price John Uuuiontu'U. wni,tJoruier. Vitalize these weak Inside nerves with M. D. Klnioru, Dan Tray lor, Tcunesflce. Missiuiippi, Louisiana nnd tho Southern portion of Indiana and Kred Haudorf, (iotltbUltck. Dr. Snoop's UestoruUve and see how EAST TEtfNIMSEK TEL. & TEL. CO. Illinois. M. tHCANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. J.lhouip.on, Mr. D.Mrs. Auderiioii. and Jus. It. Kadi (INDOHttlllATKIl) fast good lieultb will como to you J, r. juoaer, A. Kimtsa j. iiurtun Jirs. again Test It and see. Sold by J.J.KIIIotl. Mrs. (leo, Logan. W. II. Dnughrrty, Frank C'ordler. Penny's Drug Store Itev. KatherU'o, Dr.O.tl. Perry, To weak and ailing women, then Is at lesit on II. V.tinlnes, H. II. liaiighiiiun. way to bslp. llut with thai war, two treatments, A. D. llrlnh Albright. . Longworth Mr. Margaret (looch , Jacnli Hoot. Now if Congressman must be combined. Ono tl local, ons Is (lander J. L. Elkis, Pror., but both are Important, both euontul. W, H.Trajlor (leo.O. Olveiu, had run for Governor of Ohio, while Is the Local. Dr. Shoop'a Nliht Curs Ham Holwrt. John Jufer, Dr. Shcop'i IUstoraUrs. tha ContUtutlonal. was the boss Hchiivfer, Amend M.J. llofmaiiii, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. The former Or. tihoop's Night Cure las topical A. It. Mathuny K.T. llenxle) of tho country it might have been dif Biucoua msmbrsns suiiposltory rouiedy, whlls Dr. li.H.(Jnrner. Mrs. J. Il.Owilcy, bhoop'a lfttorsUr la whoUr an lnternsl trest Morgan, II. L. yagaley. ferent But not havinz this running M.J. HarrU, ment. The KestoraUr reaches throughout tha Uirge, airy outsldo looms. Ooniiuerclal H.T. It.O. Wiitklm, entire ar.wm. nwkhig tbs repair Of ail narrt. start just now, Nick will doubtless hesi travelers u apeclalty. Hiwclal rates by week J. V. Hundley, it. ii . uruw all Usaun, and all blood ailments. ktil?s.ji . . c . . or mouth, Tlie proprietor Is a former Lltf 11. K. McOlure. Mrs. Nannie II .Hood, tate beforo tackling Governor Harmon Tha ''Night Curs", salts rum lmfll,doM It coin county man nud Ida friends should reAndPrtouUarr, Anton lloueekur. work wblU rou aleap. It soothei ion and InfUm-"" Kre.1 VniidriittiiltrHii w. M. Dlshon, member hlm when stopping In Ills town, State Journal. aJfcvSX mucoui infaces, heals local weaknesses and Mrs, KoteAdor T. L. Ihtughmiin, eases nerroul mo tiiuts, iienecdi ii.uitrpeuler discharges, whlls tha llestoraUva, and ambition, gives rtnewed vigor eidtemaot. W. Konati. M, K, Ijiwrence, Yourjor Girls Are Victims. builds up wasted tlsauea. bringing about rsnswad I). Mevltri, John H. atreugth. vigor, and energy. Taka Dr. Shoop't Tom Kerrlll, Ohrlstlau Jacob, of headache, as well as older women, Ksstorauvs TablsU or Liquid afa general tonlo W. W. Htiiian, Kred Payk. to tha ijttsaB. rorpoalUri local balp, us as wU but all gel quick relief and prompt Alex Cooper, J.Nutliil'arter. K, II, Deuhaiii, Mrs. W. O, Welch, Ik'iilerln and Manufacturer ot; HiTtaket .' Embalmor ,'ar d cure Irom in: Kings jxew uue mis, 11. 0. Anderson, w, Ut tioocu, T. A. Itlce. the world's best remedy for sick and (luslletizl. Saddler), ltoubeu OurtK, Chris UumenUch, Marble and Mond nervous headaches.- They make pure JamuiHiiilth, , P. W. Carter, i,. lurmr, a.tiiisiv npuunaniore blood, and strong nerves nnu nuna II. W.f lalnes STANFORD, - KY- W. P.drlmei, up-to-d- ate Marker and Posts, Oemetery and Ltorti W. M. KlMl up your health. Try them. 25c at J.L. Holtiolaw, Viues and Hettves. Onice and works, H Mri. Mattle While. It. K.dalnes, HoantJPhoct I. Penny's Drug Store. Miss Mury lVppln, ttioaeCtsf. W. K. Kecton, PENNY'S DRUG STORE, A duck which faithfully stuck to business during tho Summer and laid several dozen fawn colored eggs com plained that she wasn't appreciated "See that hen over there," said the duck: "she haan.t laid as many eggs as I have, nor as 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 don't tell the public what, you have done. You lay an egg and wad die oil without saying a word, but that sister of mine never lays one without letting every one in tho neighborhood know about it. If you want to cut any ice in this community you must 1, 1 Day Plione 28. Night Plione 133. Stanford, Kentucky. FINE FARM IN GARRARD TY FOR SALE ! COUN- jo. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Lincoln Circuit Court. thereon, wit hall necessary outbuildings and good, new barn HUM. Well watered, alx nvter falling springs nnd creek running through. In bund. balance oiw and Tkiixh S twoyenrs from day of sale, bearing alx per cent Interest until paid. Person! looking for such plnre pleaae write W.O. Walkkk, Htanford. oriee A fine bluo grass farm for sale situated on newpue near Point I.eaw'11 and six miles south of Ijinca.ter, containing ? ncres, well located lu good nelghUirhotMl, Ming part of the John Walker tract, wttha handsoen-rooresldencn some new, two-stor- I w. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Kentucky. ch REWARD. Che Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Capital, $50,000.00 Surplus, Resources, 4O.000.O0 340,000.00 !, i, 1. NOTICE! 1 Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns in the West End n, POSTED. surance Agency. Get your policies written right in a good pany by W. J. CAMPBELL, RURAL TELEPHONES. - .. Weak Women conatltu-uonal- Dinwiddie & CLEMENS HOTEL papa-in-la- fat-fry- ffj Co., jr. Hustonville, Ky. Harry Jacobs, ment., Granite juijrJn;Harness, - Dr. 6hoop9s Night Cure of goods. Undertakers and Embalmers. 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