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STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 14. 1910. nu. 92. tt I urawMixaff UUS iRQCTcjnrrswafii'iuxmjKat A COST JLJJL I AT Shoes m Furnishings, Commencing Saturday Morning, January 15th, 1910. And Continuing 30 Days. t I Owing to the unfavorable Fall Season brought about by the exceeding warm weather during the months of October November and December, and having purchased heavily of Fall Goods, and in order to reduce same before the arrival of Spring purchases, we will sell at ABSOLUTELY COST any article in our house, commencing on the above date and continuing 30 days. Our stock consists of a full and complete line of Boys', Men's and Childrens Clothing & Overcoats, Mens',, Ladies' and Children's Shoes, Rubbers, Hats, Caps, Underwear, Shirts, Trunks, Etc. -4 . Please remember that everything goes; nothing reserved. Hart, Schaffer & Marx1 Suits and Overcoats, Hanan Shoes and Stetson Hats, Queen Quality Shoes for Ladies included in this sale. Below we give a few prices. Come and see for yourself. Terms strictly SPOT CASH during this sale. Nothing charged to any one. CLOTHING AND OVERCOATS 822 50 unri 82.r Suits and Overcoat, 518 and 820 Suits ami Overcoat, 812 50 and 815 Suits and Overcoats, $10 Suits and Overcoats, $8 50 Suit and Overcoats, 817 50 81 LADIES' SHOES iiicon Quality, 82 98 Boys' Suits Boys' Two-piece Suits, 75c to 812 50 83 50 Queen Quality, 82 05 82 25 81 85 04 81 25 19 38 Boys' Knee Pants, 20c to Boys' Heavy Fleeced Underwear, 89 00 83 Queen Quality, 80 75 $2 50 Shoes, 90 CO Bojs' Heavy Union Suits, Men's Underwear, 25c to Men's Heavy Fleeced Underwear, 50c, Men's Wright's FUeeed Underwear, Men's Shirts, 50c, now Men's Shirts, 75c, Men's Shirts, (Mjnarch) Men's Ties, 25c, ' , 85 00 82 Shoes, in 810, 81 We have 50 Suits in Sizes 8l2amH15 good to CIoec 81 50 Shoes, Tim above includes 81 20 at 82.98. Patent, Vici Kid and Gun Metal Leather. 1 00, now ''-J- SHOES Men's Metal: 85 50 and 80 Ilauan Patent, 85 and 80 Hanan Kid, 85 $4 High-toHigh-top We have 100 Pairs Ladies' Tan Oxfords iu 83 and 83 50 Grades, to close at 81 98. Vici Kid and Gun 81 50 iw ' ? ;' , 7r' - ' y 81, Yu High-to- p and Heavy Shoes Patent Leather, 81 00 Children's and Boy's Shoes 40c to $3 HATS AND CAPS 83 25 82 85 w V 82 25 81 ts-r V 1 38 50 15 19 t , . Men's ShirU, (Monarch) 81 50 - Shoca " - ' nr.. v.. fflk? ,iA, sir " r,n.. 83 90 84 Stcthon Hats, 83 00 83 50 Stetson Hats, .38 Men's Sox, 10c, Men's Sox, 25c, Men's Corduroy Punts, Men's Kcreoy Pants, 1 1 p Shoes. Slides, " 83 50 High-top 82 05 83 Hats, 82 25 82 50 Hats, 81 90 82 Hats, 81 GO 811 High-to- Show, Shoes, KllAJlbl 90 25to ,!'. 7 19 3 00 00 to $2 50 J. High-to- SI 50 $1 15 2 00 t 1T!.-1- . in. 81 50 Hats, 75 Pairs Douglas Shoe in Patent Leather, Vici Kid and Hose Calf Our lot of Meu's, Bo)a' ami Children's Caps in 25c and 50c Grade to cloeo Leather, 83, 811 50 Grades To Chwo at 82 per Pail. at 15c. In fact every thing in our house goes; nothing reserved. Now is your chance. So come early before the stock is picked over. Sale commences Saturday, Jan. 15th, and continues 30 days only. CUMMINS & WEAREN, STANFORD. The Interior Journal. CC HON. WALTON harvey:helm, demo-erntl- ol Lincoln county. It candidate for ! nomination for Congress from the hlglitno district, subject to the fiction of tho party. f! NEIGHBORING COUNTIES, i Richmond had two births to one death I oiler tn sen In . to the peonle of t.ln at $0,000,000 Mr. Carnegie, who topin nu miiliiimvr. Matl.lHrtton Irolnci)iMU last vear. ped the list last year, tied this year for 11. W. Mnrt'lniHl, Ky., II. K. II. No I second place with Mrs. Husscll Sage nt The wlfo of Attorney Ben P. Johr-- 1 Itesldenre Tnrner.Wlle. son is dead nt London. $5,000,000. John D. Rockefeller comes William Boiling, son of John Boiling, third with personal property valued at FOR will is dead at Junction City. $2,G00,000, and in fourth place aro Florcitience Amsinck, Bessie McLcod Leggett Jacob Klmberlain, a Stock of itneral lie ton is III" on Main nlreet. Well known stnmt and W. K. Vanderbilt, each assessed zen of Washington county, is dead, niui initio niHUIIMiol. write lor partlcu in aged 67. for $1,000,000. William K. Vanderbilt, Capitol. V. 11. lam to Itimomiilv, Ky. dry-e- st Mrs. Mary Bell Allen, widow of Rev. Jr., is listed for half a million. Col. A Washington special snys: PresiJohn Jacob Astor and J. P. Morgan dent Taft and Senator Bradley had a James Allen, and daughter of John F. must pay on personal property assessed long conference over thoFcderal offices Bell, is dead at Danville. R. Robinson has moved his business at $400,000 each. Charles M. Schwab in Kentucky. The Senator called priis down for $250,000, Jacob H. SchilT marily to urge the appointment of Into one of the new structures on Mt. Knr Itouvmml Carriage tainting nnd TrlnfJ II1U1K- - I HNT IIIIIIKIIIE.MUIIIinU lOOKBinilllHiK. HhopoppoMle depot. for $200,000 and August Belmont and Judgo Cochran, of theEastcrn district, Vernon street. Somerset Journal. J.J. Hici.nrN, Htnnford, Ky killed Thomas F. Ryan for $100,000 each. Frank Ward, of Pittsburg, was to the Sixth circuit judgeship, but was informed by the President that he had by a falling slate in tho Whlteflcld has assumed large I A movement that FOR already decided upon Judge Loyal E. mines at Straight Creek, Bell county. proportions at Frankfort is tho one Knappen, of Michigan, to preside over Flem Robinson, who killed Al Clover Hotel. ntCreli Orchard, alio store which has for its purpose tho approichigan in Boyle, was given a life sen- room Juit across street, nlth poit utiles adOld Mike the joining nnd ii ('(UlnijH or otltce of I lire? priation of $15,000 or $20,000 by the circuit. tence. Five of the jurors wero for rooms. All ncce.miry outbuilding. all Legislature for a statue of Gov. WilM IW. CU'KTIh (lOVKIt. hanging. Crab Ore linrd, Ky. Level liam Goebel to be placed in the center Luther Sharpe, a Q. & C. brakeman, HUSTONVILLE. of the rotunda of the new State Capiis in jail at Somerset charged with atDuring the severe weather of tho tempting to assassinate Section Foreof tol building. It is argued that the handsome new pile is complete in every past week our live Btock dealers have to it man Wjlliam McKce. particular with the exception that a shipped only one car of hogs and butch McKee, section foreman of I desire to tell privately my William stock of figure in bronze or marble would set off er cattle at 7c and 3 to 4c respectively. nnd Hardware. iHtlng h good liuil-nethe Q. & C, was shot near Sloans ValWill Intolce. nbout ttMi. iteasou rotunda, and nothing could be more Work on the Lair building on Main ley, Pulaski county, by unknown par- 111 the health. fitting than thus to honor Kentucky's street, is being pushed despite the un (1KO. I). HUI'l'Klt.HtnnforiUKy. ties and probably fatally wounded. martyred Governor. favorable weather and the contractor O. J. Thurmond received a telegram hopes to have it ready for occupancy announcing the death of the THE Kentucky Evening Gazette, of by Feb. 1st. all old daughter of his iter, Mrs. Wm. Lexington, which has been edited by A meeting of the stockholders of the LinJust a'few'.'more samples of those Mo. Advo- coln County National lUnkof Htnnford will Mr. VV. P. Walton for some six months, bargain suits and'overcoatB. Have your Graves, at Ash Grove, lie held lit their banking home the socund Tuesday In Jnminry, lulo, for the puro of is a thing of the past. It ha not prov- measure taken before it is too late. cate. The handsome residence of Col. E. electing directors for the ensuing year. owners, a Adams Bros., Hustonville. ed a money maker and the M. IliiiiiiiT.Uashler, W. Lillard, of Danville, was burned to all in number of Fayette county democrats, The person who borrowed my hus the ground, with a loss of of about decided to suspend its publication. Mr. band's shot gun some time before his by on The origin of the blaze is un$12,000. Walton had no stock in it. ' deathjwill please return it to me at known. A meeting of tho stockholder! of the NnRepresentative Creekmore, of the once. Mrs. T J. Robinson, Huston Judge O. H. Waddle hat been ap- tlonul lunik of lluitonvllle will Iw held nt their tmnklng homo in llustontlllo the sec. ville. pointed special judge ot tho tho Boyle ond Tuesday In Jnnuury. ItilO. between tand county of Whitley, will introduce a bill Howard Camnitz is able to sit up afM purpo.e ot electing dlrec-olor circuit court to sit in the Gray will case. liA. to tcne the ensuing yrnr. in the Legislature for the creation of the ter a week's illness of grip. Elwood Judge Saufley has been acting as one another county to be formed from the J, W. lloi'KKit, Cashier. for a Weatherford, "tail end" portions of Whitley, Pulas week, is betterwho has been sick college of tho attorneys in the controversy. and returned to A recent dispatch from Nashville says ki and Wayne counties. Similar bills Monday. C. L. Holmes, a veteran coma lunacy inquiry is being held there uphave been introduced at each Legisla mercial pilgrim of Louisville, spent on Mrs. Eliza Plunkett. She is a sisNow Livorv tive session for years. - ttr"-S- Sunday at Hotel M Weatherford. No Dopot Stroot, ter of the late Thomas Swope, the Carrying an appropriation of $93,- - more reliable salesman ever carried a of Kansas City, who died Phono 96, 200,000 for the maintenance of the army grip than Lou. K, R. Coleman recently. K. H. Coflcy G. L. l'enuy work on STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Our Graded School resumed fur the fiscal year of 1911, the army ap The body of an unidentified whito propriation bll passed tho House by a Monday after a 10 days' holiday. Teach man was taken from the burning mine vote of 183 to 106; present nnd not vot era and students agree that a little rest of the Interstate Coal Company near ing, 9. The opposition was due to the is good to renew the physical nature Barbourville. Death had been caused fact that the department estimates All entered upon the new year's duties by black damp, and had ensued several with renewed energy and a hearty on days previous to the finding of the bowere exceeded Ivnler In nnd Manufacturer of, thusiasm. The students of last year was were all Dresent and in addition the dy. A BELATbD letter of sympathy pupils, Marblo and Cranlto MonuOne thousand and forty-fiv- e received by Mrs. John A. Johnson, wid- following pupils have been enrolled: onlv 840, is the ments, Governor of Minne- Julius McKinney, Robert Nunnelley, with room for seating ow of the former Middlcsbo-r- o Qjj The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil, is a most sota, from former President Roosevelt. Bowman Myers. Rose Dunn, Martha condition that confronts the authorities. The school enrollment Marker! nnd l'oit,. Cemetery nnd Ijiwd The letter waa written with an indeli- Tucker, Robbie Tucker, Jessie Riffe, Valuable I ontc and Builder oi Health and there, and it is Vase and hettevs. Ofllce and works, Mc FTJ known ble Dencil and on an ordinary sheet of Mamie McKinney and Dillis May Suth is the heaviest building will have to be Kinney, Ky. believed a new Strength. It is Especially Useful For note paper and was dated November erland An honor roll beginning Dec. I to accommodate the overflow. FARM FOR 15. require- erected Persistent Coughs and Colds, 1 has been established, the hrt ments of which are that pupils whose OTTENHEIK. Sold under a Guaran- A No. fnrm of l& acres. House has four rM POLITICAL. room, nnd a cond cistern. There Is a good dailv average is 93 or over and who of stock tee at tardy during The people of this section put away Uirnnnd abundanceVirgin soil Hater. This adapted to land Is nbout hull Mrs. Mary L. Turter has been ap- have not been absent or wheel conveyances this week and raising grass, hay, corn, wheat, oats, hemp Gilpin, in Casey the month shall be placed on tho roll their ,. WW. pointed postmaster at . .J Mill, tUCVVW, MM. , aleighs. a) acres and is on the pike, near good schools. and the same will bo publishod. The got out their sleds and county. J. D. Morgan has bought part of the churches una aepji, anu nasa goou orcuara Former Mayor John F. Fitzgerald honor roll for December is: Isa Floyd, Russell farm near this place" for $950 nnd outhouses. Ixck Ilox 101, won the mayoralty fight in Boston, de- Anna Floyd, Paul Willis, Dunn Htnnford, Kentucky. LJ Mamie North, Roberta Blain, and will raise a tobacco crop this year. reform forces, led feating the Mrs. W. T. B. White, mother of W. Marie Floyd, Kathryn McClure. by James J. Storrow, by 1,123 votes. T. White, the merchant of this place. fiSfl Stanford, Kentucky. Representative Townsend introduced fT will make her homo with him this win MATRIMONIAL. in the House the bill embodying the ter. recommendations outlined in the specCharles Robbins and Miss Mary Da Wm. Dychouse is preparing to move To Introduce our ery complete Hprlng line ial message of President Taft for vis were made one at Jack Davis on wash fulirlcs, his saw mill to Joe Lawson'a place, of beautiful wool suitings,hdkfs, Incvs nnd fancy walsilngs, silks. etc., to the interstate com- theUth. amendments will soon be ready to do sawing petticoats. Alt up to dale N. Y. (Jlty patmerce law. terns. Klnest line on the market. Dealing LDrTlIenry L. Casey and Miss Nellie where general public. for the direct with the mills jou will Hud our prices The Dower of the party caucus will Fogarty were married at tho Catholic low. 1'roMts. HO.UJ to Andy McKinney has moved to Gar nnd full Initruetlnna JJO.U) weekly. Hauiples luteked 111 neat hikmule be invoked in the House in tho effort to church in Danville. nreuild. No money county and it is with feeling of ' case, shinned eiuresa ....... rard .. . n. ,v,v ,. suppress the revolt of the insurgents. iviii,uij U.l... u Miss Margaret Leavitt, daughter of regret that his neighbors give him up reouirru. ciuiuiiio to apply. particulars. He tint The leaders decided that whenever the a New York was HTANIIAKIl I)KraO)bH(JO., llKIT, K, I. as he was a good citizen. insurgents as a body differ with th married to her chauffer. lllngliamlun, N.Y Clarence Woods, who has been living majority the caucus shall determlnethe Beardsley Wilhite sold a very fino at Pine Hill, has moved back to this party course. horse to Dr. IL L. Caiey. The animal neighborhood and is preparing to raise George S. Wilson, speaker of the was bought for the Mexican govern- a tobacco crop this year. House, has announced the names of ment. Tho price was J350. Advocate, The pikes in this section are getting Charles I. Stewart, formerly editor in a dangerous condition. In many . those composing his Rules Committee. We.who.e names appear below, strlotly ft.t.iA imnilnv- Minim, or anv kind of Ires. They areas fellows: George S. Wil- of the Lexington Gazette but now ed- n aces they have caved in, leaving great passing on our places and win prosecute vi . i olators to the full extent of tnt law, i -J .u. son, member and chairman; iting a paper at Enid, Okla., was marMUs Muttlu Hewe., Kelcbenlxtch llros. A. T.Trnylor, W. II. Shanks, Lincoln county; H. A. ried at Lexington to Miss Margaret O'Kred iiauiuann, N. II. I'luiiitner, l.llburuUoocb, Hear hunters are preparing to start Schoeberth, Woodford county; W. P. Brien. It. U. Nunnelley, Will Hester, llaugbman J. W. r"eck. A marriage of the day was that of out from Whitesburg in an eiTort to loJ. W. llruce, Klalr. Lexington; J. P. Porter, WebDavid Htereus, bears Win.Oordler. JohnC'amenl.ch, ster county; S. M. Russell, Todd coun Miss Rose Loveman and Mr. II. G. cate the about that are reported to be J.K. near Cowan's Ridge. roaming M. U. Kluiure. Dan Traylor, ty; M. P. Pogue, Crittenden and Liv- Bridgewater, which was solemnized Kred llandorf, Judge John Calvin Iteed, a prominent (lOtllbtlllCK, 1). M. Anderson. J, J, Thompson ingston counties; J. T. Buford, Prank- - at the Jewish synagogue The event attorney of Montgomery, Ala., Is dead. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. 11, Kadi Moser, J.K. Mrs. N.J. iioriou fort; C. F. Crccelius, Pendleton county. will be of much interest to the friends A. Kluasn Mrs. Oeo. l.ognu. J.J.KIIIott. of the young people throughout the W It llniialiertr Krnnk Uordler, Twelve new onVes were created in i! .. . fntiivr ln. Dr. (I. (I. I'erry. city. The officiating divine was Rabbi the Senate during the session Monday, H. II. Ilaughman, It. W. (inlnes. A. D. Itoot, Uriah Albright, Those appointed to places under the Newfield, and there were no attendMrs. Margaret (looch, Jacob (lander W. II. Traylor terms of tho resolution creating the of ants. The event was most quiet, only tleo. u. litvens, jonu juier, Ham llolierts, Oscar Vest, of Owen relatives and intimate friends being flees are: M.J. llofiuanu, Amend Hohnefer, A. It. Matheny K.T, llensley county, mall clerk; MissAnnio Nourse, present. Tho bride was gowned in a Mrs. J. H.Owsley, 1,. h. (lamer, - traveling costume of bluo, with which It. I.. Kagalvy, Frankfort, copyist; Mrs. Ella Hutch!M.. I. Morgan, U.O. Watklus, H. T. Harris, -:- Frankfort, copyist; h woro nat' 8noos anu Kovts ,0 eon Ellwanger, in -:- J. IT. Hundley. Good, It. H.Orow. e M rs. Naunle 11. Welsh Wilds, of Nicholasvllle, reader; match. Immediately nfter the cercmo-DavI. K.McOlure, Anton ltonecker. Anderson Unrr, Ice, Hnlv. Owen countv. assistant ny the young people left for Jackson- Irid Vondruenlguu Live V. M. Disnon, Mrs. Kate Ador I,. Ilaiighiuan, will spend some T. Lime, Gincuard: Gaston Poole. Murray, stenoc- - ville, Flu., where they Mrs llebeccn It. Carpenter NloflluU. . iJiwrence, .M. V. Kopats, rapher; O. W, Faulkner, Lexington, two weeks. Upon their return they H.Hevlers, JoIiiiH. Lee, will make their home at 13u3Ina street. Tom Kerrlll, clerk to committees; Wharton Renoke, Ohrl.tlan Jacob Kred l'ayk, in this city, W. W, I'ltman, KY. Harrison county, special messenger; The bride is J. Nuv In Carter. Alex Cooper. Mrs. W. II. Welch, K. II. Deiihiiti). Gaines, Frankfort, page for Lieut. while tho groom Is connected with the John w, ii.noocn, 11, 0. Anderson, News. Gov, Cox; Frank Chapman, Falmouth, Frisco system. Birmingham T. A. lllce, Ousdelsil. (Jhrls (Jamenlsob MUNCH IIOUSK: STANFORD, KV Thiirniau K. Tudor, Mgr. Iteuben Uurtls, bill clerk; B. J. Oliver, son of Senator Mr. Bridgewater is an old Lincoln coun Tlnsley Hpoonainore car- James Hniltli, Tclepliouo No. 1G3. ty boy. Ho went from Moreland a few A. I,, uauer, Oliver, of Allen county, assistant doorr. w. carter, V l'.tlrlmu, ago and has had a number of proII. W. Oalnes. up-to-d- ate keeper. None of these Offices is to years W. M. Fields' Holticlnw, J. K.Onlues. motions, the last being chief clerk to Mrs. Mattle Whit. It. have attached a salary in excess of $5 the master mechanic of the Frisco W. K. Kaoton, H- Miss Mary lttpplt, IN eteel, but a woman with millions left her by her husband, heads tho list of personal tax assessments made public in New York. Sho Is Mrs. Emma B. Kennedy, widow of the late John S. Kennedy, who left 16,000,000 to charity when he died recently, and she must pay taxes on personal property valued Not Mr. Carnegie and his millions in T. A. Fields, of Ashland, will succeed Editor Sam Roberts m collector at Lexington. Representative Lloyd, of Mlsiourl, ays tho chances of tho democrats carrying tho next National House aro brighter than at any time since 1892. Herman D. Newcomb, of Louisville, has Introduced a bill doing away with hangings. He would have criminals electrocuted in the Frankfort penitcn. tlary. Ludlow F. Petty, of Shelbyvllle, has been appointed to tho collcctorship of the Louisville district. A. L. Patrick was nppointed U. S. Marshal for the Eastern Kentucky district. A Frankfort dispatch says: Tho big rug for the reception room was receiv-c- J from Austria and placed upon the hardwood floor Tho rug has a delicately tinted blue effect and Is of tho soft-es- t texture. It is 16x51 feet nnd cost $1,800. The rug Is one of tho very finest that can be woven by the skilled Austrian rugmakers, nnd matches well the other handsome furnishings of tho Claims SO CHARGES t ' Collections, WE COLLECT jfotes, Accounts, and Claims Collected Jlnytvhere In tho United States, MADH UNLESS WK COLLECT. WHERE OTIIEIIH FAIL. DRY may's COLLECTION Xg"'i WOODSON MAY,:Mgr.. i c PEET. ..- Somerset, - - - Kentucky. . Auctioneer! What is as important at this season of the year than good dry serviceable SALE! well-know- n 11 - J. J. BELDEN, SALE wear well, and keep the feet Shoes that practically dry, the most foolish person he who neglects his feet Winter. We do our very best to get the longest wearing and footwear possible. That heavy - over m Walk Kcntucky-Tennessee-Ohio-- Stock Merchandise anybodys at $2, $2.25 and $2.50 according to size. When comes for Sale. tiro-eerie s. calf shoe at $3.50 and $4. The "Hocker Bootee" leather lined at $5, Honest know, and that boys boots and shoes you Best School shoe just a little better than five-yea- r- Stockholders' Meeting we have them all beaten a block. Our rubber arctics at $2.25 and $2.50, our rub ber boot at $4 and our $6 rubber boot with a class hand sewed leather soles, are themselves. The best rubber footwear Stockholders' Meeting the globe pretty strong but its true. V n Rubber Goods H. J. McKOBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. S. D. CARTER, rJ Harry Jacobs, Vinoif 14 SALE m 1 hft San-didg- e, rirvirvivc rrki r CTf.nF l4 LADY WANTED American Wire Fence. bHbbHbbHbbHsbHLLHbH e, POSTED. - io .,..' M'!jiH9nHHBBBfl(BHUHHi 1.- Dinwiddie & GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Dealer and Dressed Poultry, Eggs, Wool, Hides, Furs, Salt, seng and Feathers. PHONE 35, LANCASTER, Co., Coal, Hustonville, Ky. well-know- Undertakers and Embalmers. We line mday. ry an of goods. Jasaes kfnsvr, A. h, Tkssapaoa, B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford r -- " Ml4wl t- - I, .These Days Are New White Goods, New Laces. 3 Good Days,,., New Embroideries, For White Sewing. Special All Linen Laces At 5 Cents Per Yard. SEVERANCE & SON. STANFORD KY. The Interior Journal. Btahfohd, Ky., s FU gy. SAt.K. A second-han- top bii(j-- 1 Wanted To Rent. This olUcu. -- So,uaro or seven rooms. vnrii'ty. ollleo Apply - .Ian. H, 110 ' Piano pok Balk Will sell cheap. at thi Wanthii, to luy n pood Lincoln coun- paper nro ty farm of the vnlue of $20,000 t& $30.' Some Rrcat bcinir, closed out to make room for new 000. Address Lock Box 201, Stanford, lock at I'cnny a uriiR oioru. Ky. In hox , Stanford Water, Liht charitable. Miss Aw TiioiirsoN. of Mt. Versister, Mm. Lotfan K. non, visited her To taxpayers Lincoln County.- -I will hnve to advertise and sell your Hughes. A IJTTI.E son has arrived to bless the property after Jan. 1 if your tax is not union of Mr. and Mrs. Stroud Gooch, of paid in order to mako my final settleMcKlnncy. ment with tho State and county. SetMns. J. F. LaKUB Is up from Louis-- tle up and savo this oxpense. T. J. with her tiarcnts. Col. and Mrs. Hill, aheritr. W. H. Duddcrar. and Forest Hughes, the three months MeaiMMCS Lucisoa GniNSTEAii J. W. Ireland spent Wednesday with old son of Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Hughes, of Siwanee street, died early Tuesday . Danville relatives. Capt. B. V. Powell will ro to Mar- morning of pneumonia. The funeral him-sewas hold nt the houso Wednesday morntinsville. Ind., next week to rid ing at 10 o'clock, ltev. W. T. Wells of rheumatism. Mns. lilKDIK BiiENT, of North Salem, preaching the sermon. Interment was n lnd., is visiting tho family of W. A. made in tho Harrlman cemetery. Journal. Mr. Hughcsis former" Brent in the East End. Mks. S. M. Allen and children, of ly of this county and is u Mlllcrsburc, arc with her parents, Mr. school teacher. m lf Har-rimawell-know- Tuesday. , II. M. HALLOU, tho Lancaster Gkoiigk Huiidettb la down with has sold his storo to Holtzclaw pneumonia. Mrs. I.tzziE Diluon visited Lancas- & Ball. Mr. Ballou is in very bad health. ter friends. Horn, to tho wlfo of Fred Baumann, THE Lancaster Itccord gives this Rood Jr., a daughter. advice: Turn two new leaves one to K. Maktin Is now collector for the C. Unit tattling and the other to be more & Ico Co. Lost. Grip between Morclnnd and PERSONALS. Kidd'a Store containing two blankets Miss Emma Hays is quite sick. and other articles. G. B. Pruitt, Mil. W. 0. WaLKEU was ut London croc-cryma- n, 'I t'LAHKMOK UKACU.K, In honor of Mrs. Birdio Brent, of Turner. lllr, Ky North Salem, Ind., a most enjoyable social was given by Miss Lizzio Brent, TIT-.' " ?. of the East End. After playing many LOCALS. A'o Buy games and a good time generally to all, Ky. If you are IooVIor for fresh oysters fruits were served. Somo of those The following are the announcements present were: Misses Lillio Garner, and celery go to J. D. Morton's restau Hides and n Fiold Day In Lin- Nell Newland, for the rant. Stella Ncwland, Garnett Wool coln county next Sunday: Stanford-Bap- tist Scott, Jennie Rodgers, Messrs. O. CaFeathers, Tallow, B First National Several shares of 11 A. H.. Mr. D. W. church at . Golden SmV.Yi OowRort), tron, Will Garner, Marshall Newland, Bank stock have changed hands here White. Christian church at 11 A. M Wild Clngtr. ate We arc dealers Oscar Holtzclaw, James Rowland, 1C0. at nutJuimi in 1856 "Owr ku. crnturr io Presbyterian Robert Holtzclaw, Paul Ncwland, Clyde Rev. T. S. Buckingham. LouliTiEe sdi) cu do better ft you tlhta Por Sale Good building lot on church at 7 P. M., Mr. D. W. White. Curtis. A Friend. siroti or comminon merchtats. Rcfrrtncr. Whitley avenue. Bargain if sold at The congregations of the Methodist ir Dink Id Louinlle. Wrist fur werUj and Presbyterian churches are expected We failed to mention it at the time pike list simI ifsja, tacs. once. Thislofllco. M. Sabol & Sons, te worship with the other churches In ho was sworn in but J. N. Mcncfec, Jr.. Jon printer wanted at once. Must tho morning and at the night servico is now city judge, having succeeded 23 E. Market St. lOUISVUtE, KY. Don't let 1M0 pass without having hot and cold water through and do all will bo ablo to feed a cylinder press meet together. At the Huston- - Judge W. A. Tribble, who filled the ofLouse with a beautiful white all kinds of printing. This olllce. villu Christian church Rev. C. B. Aren-dafice most creditably. Judgo Mcnefcois will speak at 11 A. M. and at night well qualified for tho office ho holds, -- Ol'EKA IIOUSK Wanted. Three good solicitors in at McKinney. Rev. T. S. Buckingham being a luwyer and a gentleman of good Adeach county. Gooditproposltion. will speak in the Baptist church utCrab judgment, lie has n splendid oppor Th rcc Nights Commencing, dress G. W. B., 461 Rose street, LexOrchard at 7 P. M. Theso men come tunity to help Stanford and wo hopo ington, Ky. under the authority of the League and and believe he will do so. Many laws it&. HavoW. K. WAHNElt to iuftall your country water work An examination for appointment to a largo attendance la hoped for are daily broken here and if ho will reasonable prices nml guarantee. tho State Normal at Richmond, Ky., make it hot for the violators ho will Engleman. Afteran illness of a month havo done his full duty. In his efTort We also carry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS; Uniting, and will be held In my .office Jan. 21. Garor more Mr. Reuben C. Engleman, Sr., to mako Stanford a better town moral land Singlaton.ISuperintendent. Roofiug Paints. breathed hia last Tuesday night, aged ly and otherwise, he has tho support of "TUB Girl of the Golden West," ono 77. He is survived by two sons and Call and see us. all good peoplo and his home paper. of Uelasco'a bestjplays. will bo the bill two daughtors and two brothers, in Frik,at Walton'. Opera House cluding Mr. John 11. Engleman, of this "Little Giant" of Lincoln. Jesso PRESENTS, night "Tho Darkest place. His wife, who was Miss Sallio M. Alverson, assistant clerk of tho .Son-atday. Hour." for Louisville, whero he PEARL EVANS LEWIS and As M. Bryant, preceded him to tho grave loft sociatcd Players in Ilepertoire. 20 years. Mr. Engleman was born in will remain until Monday morning, Manager Emil Greenderg has "cut this county'and most of his long lifo when he will roturn to Frankfort in orOPENING KILL out" vaudeville at the Theatorlum, find was spent W. L. M'CARTY.Prcs. E. C. WALTON, L. R. IUGIIE9,S. tt.T der that he may bo on hand when tho here. Ho was a ing it did not drawj well. He will conman and his numerous friends and General Assembly is convened at noon. tinue his moving picture show until fur relatives here and elsewhere aro griev Mr. Alverson is known as "The Little ther notice. ed that he is no longer with them In tho tjiant" of Lincoln county, for tho rea The Endeavorers of the Chrtstia nesn. some iwu or inreu years ago son that he has never been defeated for religion and church are earnestly desired to attend ho professed united olllce. lie has served two terms as a tho Christian EndeavorSociety on Sat- with the Christian church and since member of the lower House of the Genurday night, lti, and each bring a can-dl- had been a devout christian. Somo timu eral Assembly, and this is his second A Story Of Old Kentucky In Program Committee. ago a handsome Uiblo was given him term as assistant clerk of tho Senate. Stanford. KentucKx. Four Acts.' and ha spent much time since in search- He served as election commissioner for TlIK Ladies' Aid Society of the Chris-tia- n ing tho scriptures. Tho funeral was Lincoln county for two terms. As church will meet in the lecture-roopreached at the ColTey House, whero clerk of tho Senate, he is courof the church at 2:30 Saturday afhe boarded, by Hevs. Ballou and Walk- teous aud obliging. It was Mr. Alverternoon, Officers will (be elected and Farms und Tow n Property Handled on Commission. Stocks mid UllBlIi er, Wednesday afternoon, after which son who, by changing his vote, Anally a full attendance is desired. Sold. If you Havo Property to Sell or Iteut Notify Ub. to rest in DulTalo broke tho deadlock in tho Houso over tho remains were laid Writo for Circular to "fc. Pearl Evans Lewis and her compa Cemetery. Those of his children who tho location of the now capitol build15c. engagement live hero are Mrs. Laura Hundley and ing. While a Representative he introny began a three-nightat Walton's Opera House under roost It. C. Engleman, jr. ills other son, duced several bills which are now on Advance Sale Opens Thurs favorable circumstance, last night. John Gngleman, of Louisville, was with the statute books of Kentucky, day Morning. bun wben'the end came. Yopular price. 16c. 20c and 35e. BEA7.LEY, of and W. S. Bcaxley, of Anuelcs, were Ruests of Mrs. W. W Hays. Miss SorimoNiA Eads, tho pretty .imiL.hter of Mr. J. H. Eads, has Rone to Humble. Texas, to visit her sister, Mrs. J. A. Mcllcath. Mr. T. A. Brent, who has been a sufTerer from rheumatism for some time, will try the virtue of Martins-vill- a water for a while. Mr. J. W. ALLEN is very low with Mr. John pneumonia at Hustonville. G. Lynn, also of that place, who is ill with the same disease, Is Improving. Mr. G. J. Cunningham and family, of Hustonville, have moved to the farm of Mrs Bessie DcLonp, which they have leased for the year 1'JIO. Mr. J. P. Harper, of Salisbury. N. C. will join his wlfo at Mr. T. L. Crow's today. Advocate. MESDAMES MlLDHBD and Mrs. E. I. Woods. Ijncaster. TlIK stockholders of the Lincoln County National Bank at their election Tuesday elected the old board, with the exception of Mr. W. O. Walker, who succeeded Dr. J. B. Owsley. Tho doc tor would servo no longer. Tho First National Bank elected tho old board save that E C. Walton was put In the pIsco of Dr. W. B. O'Bannon, who resigned. The directors in turn elected tho old ollicera. famil iarly known as "Robin," died at Kings Mountain Jan. 10 at 6 P. M.. of menin gitis. He was stricken Saturday morning and in very few hours was unconscious and remained so until the last. Ho leaves a wife and three children, two of them married. All were with him when tho end came. He was a member of the Christian church and of the Knights of Maccabees. Ho was a lumber inspector and had many friends hero and elsewhere who deeply sympathize with the family. J. W. Acton. Anti-Saloo- "Bro. Noel, you remember tho CO Wb nrc having all sorts but good cents you gavo me about three years weather now. Yesterday was about ago? Well, 1 bonght mo somo turkey the worst day ever. eggs with it und 1 raised four turkeys that year. Tho next year I raised 21. I HAVB for salu n Tine mahogany They brought mo $15 and thli year mahogany table. sideboard and a I sent 1H to the market, and they See A. P. Brackett at once if you want brought me $10, and I still havo live one or both. turkeys left," is an extract from a letLost, between tho depot and Cicero ter from a little friend. Miss Georgia Reynolds', a bluo ennmelcd pin bearing Deitz, who was 11 years old when sho tho Inscription, "Panama." Reward. invested her Gu cents, Pretty good. Who can beat It? She is not only a' Mis Mary Bruce. good turkey raiser, but a faithiul work Talk with me beforo buying a type- er in her Sunday-schooand has just writer, and see samplo u my home. T. received the first prize u handsome A. Brackett, local agent for Standard $2 50 Bible for efficiency. She was Typewriter Exchange, New York. baptized at 12 years of age. Her fuThe Lincoln County Fair claims its ture is bright, and her example, both old dates and a rousing exhibition may at home and in tho church, worthy of Former pastor and friend, be expected hero this year. Checks emulation. It. It. Noel. for the old stock will bo sent out by Secretary James F. Cummins about CHURCH MATTERS. Feb. I. The repairs on the Methodist church Ma's New Husband Co. gave n cred are approaching completion and the itable performance to a small crowd at committee feels confident that it will Walton's Opera House Tuesday night. bo ready for occupancy by Sunday, Jan. The patronago wan nothing like as good noth. as the show deserved. "The Dixu Girl Co." began a three-night-s' m- Accidentally discharging a shot gun gagement last night and the prospects the little nephewof Garland Britt probably fatally wounded Britt. The two for good crowds were flattering. -- We desire to ex were hunting. Britt is prominent in Card ok Thanks. Barren county, where the accident ocpress our sincere thanks to tho many curred. friends and relatives, nlso to our kind Georgo Ginncs, 22 years old, was and sympathetic physicians for their nearly frozen to death when rescued by goodness and kindness to us during the L. T. Rogers, near the letter's home, illness and death of our darling Stella. near Frankfort. May our Heavenly Father's richest Gen. Rufus N. Rhodes, president and blessings ever be theirs. Mr. and Mrs editor of the Birmingham News and a T. N. Butt and family. director of the Associated Press, 1b "Ik the temperance people had spent dead. By a viva voce vote tho House passtho money they paid for speakers In the "white slave" recent campaign for the prosecution and ed tho Dennett-Sabatriddance of tho blind tiger operators bill. Frank Kirby, 99 years old, died at they would havo won in the election held at Somerset, Dec. 7," said a citi- his home, near Bowling Green. zen of that place to us the other day. Our local optionista might do well to ponder over this statement. l, h A houso of six W. W. White. Turkeys, a Good Investment. L. It. Hughes T. V. Humble V. O. Mnrtln Begin The Year 1910 With The resolution to wear clothes that nrc Good clothes are a great factor in business nml social progrrH and every man owes it ns a duty to himecll to present a plaining and stylish front. clothes havo a ricliue-- n which no others possess and for this reason alone every man should adopt them. Start tho year right. Save money tin your dress and dress better. Make up your mind to wear International clothes from now onward and to stimulate your good resolve. C'onio in now and sec beautiful all wool fabrics and stylo models. Made-to-measu- HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. JUST Received A PUBLICSALE 1 HlGNRY. -- Mr. H. M. Kigney, Goes to Stanford. Mr. W. S. Fish, who has been engaged in business at Paint Lick for many years, has engaged in the insurance and real estate business at Stanford and will locate In that thriving city. Mr. Fish is a tine citizen and has legions of friends here and at Paint Lick, who extend to him every good wish. Richmond Cilmax. I will toll on John Cnrtir'n fnrm out- mile irum luruir.unu, on TIll'UHDAY, JANlTAUY.alTII 1110. begliiulngat 10 o'clock hiirp, the follow. old u m I thH otlivr 10. good milk cow ullllie in'.n in ono tiuijgy. iiarcn, one urwxi out- - drat; imrrov., ono wiiKon, plow, s iloulilw .novel plows, one H't ill uuuKy unit rsn.z iris oi vmffon !fj luirreltiol corn In crib. T6 .hnrltn nt Viv.1. iter In Held, Lot of liens, dinner 111, mower iiml rnk. liouteliolil and kitchen furniture and nmny other tilings. Terms uu auy Ui suit-- . BIG SHIPMENT -- OF- m, - Oliver much-know- FURS SsWft M'J-.rpU- Chilled Plows and Repairs. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, i Tinr)ing, Plumbing, Heating. ll Porcelain Bath Outfii W. K. WARNER, Tlnirsdiiy. Jan. Btli The Kern Edwards Co., t, e, y Stanford, Ky, kind-hearte- "MyKirl," Stanford Real Estate Co., o. m Polite Vaudeville. Prices: 25 and 35c, s' Children, L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky. Hr - The'Jnterior Journal. Snttredin the Poif-- C ui Hvnd-dt- matUr. L. &N.TITCETHBLE No.Jt.Honth.lltMr. A No.Sl.Houth.lOUJ No.Jl, North.:A. No. , North, .t P. . X. M. FARMER'S DBPARTMBWT. J. D. Whitchousa sold to C. R. Marcattle at 4c. tin 14 fictal Stanford at B. D. Holtzclaw sold to J. F. Planner? a pair of mules for f 135. A. T. Traylor Is preparing to build a barn which will hold 10 acres of tobacd NEWS NOTES. College, for Ne Tho groes, was desoroyed by liro at Atlan ta, Ga. t Charles Conner, charged with killing Constable Ive Hammonds In Clinton county, was acquitted. Another big apartment house costing $500,000 is to be erected in Louisville. It will bo at the southeast corner of Third and Broadway. One man Is dead and one badly burned In a fire which destroyed the warehouse of tho Georgia Railway and Electric Company, at Atlanta, Ga. Gov. Dcneen has ordered troops to Vienna, III , to provent the threatened lynching of thrco Negroes accused of shooting n mnil carrier on a rural routo Four former employes of tho American Sugar Hefinlng Co , convicted of Morris-Brow- n H 11 C1tTMt Curt IVnmntM balsam hair lSrifitintf nit. ani IN AAk's M Falla NTr ta lta to lUitor Mai Yatithfiil ip a IdiarHnt Ofay Color. tiMM ft htir tftlUna gmvtK. Clothing, Shoes, i fr IffBJW NOTICE 1 co. No.7. IO.WA No.f,I;WP. M. Senator R. L. Hubble's T. M. Green won the $590 handicap at Jacksonville, Fla. Fort Sale. 300 bales of extra Rood Mrs. F. 11. Harnett., clover hay. Hustonville. H. C. Ingram, os Pulaski, Rot $26.25 for n portion of his tobacco. Ills crop M. M. stock It Is careful It selected, clenn, thrifty and well grown. I'rlceinrn reasonable. Address J. A.McKKK. Kings Mountain, Lincoln Co., Ky. Mi' ask the patrolman of our friends nml neighbors for our liome-Krovt- n nursery Ladies and Gents c JOS. S. RICE, Agont. HOME FORSALEI Ono story i nltnse of elaht rooms and alt necessary outbuildings. Lot roiitnlns one nrre.ilU libit Into con lot on which Isroomv hum, liuttiiy hoii-corn cnli. !. iiihhI Biinli siHit Tills 1. n il.Iriilil i.liu... Iimut. I'dun corner of hitley mid Miller streets. f. A. S. PRICE, Dontlst, Surgeon STAMFORD, - KENTUCKY. Office over McRobcrte' Drug Store in the Owsley Building. averaged 17c. D. II. Fox, Sr., will stand a Jersey bull near Howen Station at $1 tho season in advance. Poland China boar shoats, will weigh from 85 to 100 pounds, for sale. M. S Daughman, Stanford. Thero left my placo between Dec. 15 and 20 n black sow with whlto spots Reward Will weigh about 125 pounds. R. C. Ifockcr, Stanford, R. F. D. No 2. Dclbcrt Daulton has the corn shuck injr record of La Salle county, III. In 7 days he shucked 3,014 bushels from the stalk, an average of 113 bushels a Furnishings. Dry Goods Below Cost. SAM HOIHNSOM ullurn yon tho great Kile. My entire sloek of giHxli mint go below cot to iimke room for my Spying stock." Pnlo begin Hitttinlny Jnn. Ifitli. Como early before the "took is pickwl over. Everything new ami up to ilnte. The mot astounding ale ever given in Stanford. rair-pri- fe A. II HOI rMI. VV. HtBliford, Kj . - SURVEYING MASON'S MEET. -- nlngton, r?c. Lincoln Io!ko No. ft) K.A A.M. wilt meet in .tninil rntiitimiilrntlnn on encli first Htlil of thlnt Monday nightson cnrti month, at 7:.) ninii- o'clock in moir null iiinm ain-rvi- , irn ford, Ky. Memiiers or sister kxibcs nre Pen trnmlly Invited to represent. T. W. if m Falljandi Winter Stock. JIhto jour mensure tnken hy n tnllor of experience Then your clothes, wlu'tlieru low price business suit or tho flnett evening clothes, will have tbnt Individuality mid lit which plnlnly lndlrnte they wero mndo to yoar mensure. I will nlso lake jour mens ore for extra trousers, fancy tests, top routs' and overcoats. Fnll and Winter samples on hand ready for your Inspection. It.O. IlUl'LKY.TlieTallor, Htnnfonl.Ky. fr CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! I can furnish the public with the btst. ns well ns the freshest of cut flowers, plant of all kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short notice. Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes. In connection with the nbove, I hare nil kinds of vegetables on hnnd nt reasonable, prices. OHIUSTMANOIIKKNHOUHKH. Kl) ItLIIIIAKIl, 1'HOK. Htanford, Ky. Insures'Jobaccoand Barns. Tobacco Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man. STANFORD, KY. Ilesldencu Phone 34: Office, 66. Insure with me and be fully protected. CONCRETING We nro In position to do nil kinds of concreting, such as Uloclc Work, 1'iivements and. In fact, we can make any thing from house down to a fence post. We can serve flrst-clnyou promptly and guarantee work and material. Call and get our prices eeiore you uuy your material at least. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. INSURANCE. R. B. MAHONY Insures Tobacco, To bacco Barns,! Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, BRODHEAD. Life. Live Stock, Health Mr. Lincoln Stringer is very low with and Accident, Plate syntitus. O. F. flamm has a severe Glass.Suretyon Bonds case of sore throat. About 20 cases of Immediate attention pneumonia are reported in and around given to losses which town. McCall, of are ta burg, has mov Jop Frith Hotel property and are paid without dis- ed into the will soon be open to accomhouse M diy. wagon team I have an wagon for sale Also a horso for sale; or I will trade him for a good driving horse. This horse will weigh about 1,100 and a good one. 15. D. Carter. Over 1,707,180 pounds of tobacco were sold on the Lexington breaks last week. About 12,500,000 pounds have been sold there this season. The average price last week was $1 20 per hundred pounds higher than the previous week, tho best of tho season. Bargain. 354 acres of good land, of which 100 acres is bottom land, eight room dwelling, two good stock barns, new tobacco barn, 3Cx9G, 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 tho county. This is a bargain. See L. R. Hughes, Stanford, Ky. "I know the mule is much maligned by many who talk and write about him, but there is no animal that is easier to handle if treated kindly," says Mr. V. O. Neale in Farm and Fireside; continuing: "Not long ago I was talking to a successful grower of mules, who said that he would Vather break a team of mules than a team of horses, the mules being not nearly so nervous and steadier goers. Kindness is his policy in dealing with them. There is no doubt that the mule is as susceptible to decent treatment as any other animal, and it is not necessary for a man to be armed with a club when driving a span of mules. 1 have seen mules, whose dispositions had not been warped by brutal treatment, so dependable that the owner was able to drop tho lines at any time and do whatever work he had in hand without fear of their running or raising a disturbance. So I take off my hat to the mule whether he be from Missouri or any other State in the Union, for he is the farmer's friend, his burden-beare- r and a .noney-make- r wherever you put him " eight-year-ol- d d underweighing frauds, were sentenced to one year's imprisonment each by Judgo Martin in the United States cirI am prepared todo alt kinds of surveying and cl II engineering promptly. .My work cuit court In New York. will ! guaranteed mid my prices nro reaThe case of Col. Duncan Cooper ond sonable. Write me at McKlnney or enll me his son, Robin Cooper, convicted and mer the telephone through the llustourlllo Kichange . sentenced to 20 years in the penitentiaWAI.rKKMcKINNi:V. ry for io murder of E. W. Cnrmack, will be argued before the Supreme Court at Nashville Jan. 25. Noiinre Three men were killed in nn explos- who Is nowhervlij notlflnl that Tom Harris, ooutlntil lu the Mlnte eulleiitl-nrion of a boiler of a plant of the Union for shooting one KinMiii (Ireer, will Stale Hoard of Gas and Electric Co., nt Bloomington, liuiko application to tho Krnnkfort, Ky Prison tlominlsalnners nt HI. Tho explosion shook the city, oil Tllrvlti J , the Tth day of IK'ceiulmr, II".', for I'll breaking all windows for blocks'around. nessa lit) role from said l'enltentlary, Withand this Noliemlier trt, luu. TOM UAKItlH. The property loss is $50,000 dead and two seriousThree men are ! ly Injured as a result of an automobile Fruit And tfrnamental Tress accident In which tho five victims were Kxcrytlilug for Orchard. Ijinn nnirjUar-de- n occupants colliding with a streer carin Catalogue on Application. Atlanta. Tho dead aro Frank George No Agents, and H. E. George, brothers, and William W. Garner. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS, Roberta de Janon, the Philadelphia li. who eloped with Frederick Coheiress, Lcxinrfton. Ky. hen, a waiter, is under arrest in Chlcv FARM FOR SALE OR RENT. Cohen was nrrested with her. go. Thev arrived in Chicago last Thursday Contain. H acres, tobacco land In and wero found in a boarding house at the county, Im miles from McKinuew Will rell or rent. Has twoUwelllngs, one of four GS West Superior Btreet. CIVIL NEERING. AND ENGI- NOTICE! y Remember TheDate. SAM ROBINSON, count. that J.L.Beazley&Co., HHfiB MHfJH Undertakers and Embalm, n. Aim Dealers in They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. J Prices Right. STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J.fC. McClary, ft modate the traveling public. The hotel has been closed down for some time. Rev. Roberts preaches at 11 o'clock each day at the Christian church during this week. Rev. A. Cornelius, of this State, will preach at the Baptist church Sunday and Sunday night. Bev. J. W. Sayers, of Pinevillc, is here listening to the debators. Dr. Emmet Proctor, of Stanford, is an attentive listener; also J. W. Hall, the piano tuner, is here this week. Melvin Owens, of the Quail section, is in the telephone exchange here this week. The debate at this place between the Church of Christ and the Mormon peo ple, is now at its highest pitch. This week the Mormon is on the affirmative side. Each man claims the victory so far and when the affair is ended next Saturday night, each man will walk off with laurels and those who have been so attentive will be none the wiser. Mer-shon, er cuts of meat. These cuts ore just as good and more wholesome if properly Hating sunered considerable annoyance and damige from outlaws. In breaking gate cooked." latches and tearing down anil destroying my gntes, on the county road that runs through my furm, I hne concluded tnofTer The Tobacco Tiller. u reward for Information lending to the of such jhtsou or persons. I One of the most interesting pieces of conxlctlon will therefore gUetbo sum of (.) fur Infor"Tobacco mation leading to the arrest and cont Ictlon fiction of recent date is the of any party or turtles, that bare broken Tiller," by Miss Sarah Bell Hockley, the latches on any of my gntes.or that hate any of my gates sawed press of the C. M. Clark Pub- on the down or torn down runs from the from the comity road which Hustontlllo turnpike to the Mltlnlgerllle especlishing Company, of Boston, and turnpike, through my farm; unci I will give ially for Kentuckians, as the scenes are the same amount lor Information leading and conviction of nny party or Kentucky, and the characters to the arrest In the future commit any of the all laid in parties who offenses. Owensboro plays its abore all .Kentuckians. witness my baud this loth day of August, part in the book, thereforo unusually 1HO. T.J.IIII.I..HH. Daviess county people. interesting to It deals with the simple country folk of the tobocco belt, and throughout the story is woven a romance that intensiTobacfies the interest of the reader. It touches on tho night rider troubles, especially in the purchase, and while the co book is a strong plea In behalf of the in Intobacco growers and their organization for receiving better prices for the products of their toil, it does not in any sense whatever, endorse the lawless methods of the night rlders.-Owe- nscom- 8: H. SHANKS, in boro Inquirer. The authoress Is tho brilliant and popular daughter of Mr. J. B. PAXTON, by and Mrs. J. T. Hackley, of this county. W. H. Helman, who died In his room in a hotel in Terre Haute. Ind., was poisoned in Chicago by a woman with whom he went to Terre Haute on n train, according to the statement of Coroner Leavitt. Helman left a letter charging the woman with his murder. Harold Swift, of Swift & Co . says:. "Prices of meats are very high now, but there is every indication that they will go still higher. This is attributable to tho high prices of corn and the consequent scarcity of live Block. As long as the scarcity continues it is well to educate the people to use the cheap- rooms and the other of two rooms. Two orchards of nearly Ail trees. Tobacco barn iiini win nom lu acres 01 tobacco Cheapest farm In Kentucky nt price. U.K. IIUAWNKIt, r STANFORD, KY. We Have Received Carload of Buggies direct From the Factory. McKlnne,Ky TRIBBLE & PENCE, Furniture and Undertaking. Day Phono Night Phone i8. 13H. Stanford, Kentucky. REWARD. Clean and frost, all HMO styles. We will represent four factories and kindly iiks n rlinrc of your patronage. Come in and look at our etoek and make celectiom I will have them finished according to specification', its our limited cpuce will not allow n larger (took, come early. W. H. HICCINS, I Stanford, Kentucky. I NOTICE! Cbe Lincoln County national Bank Box How did you find out what to give your wife at Christmas? Cox Simply remembered the things she ridiculed on other women and got her those. Puck. makes your stomach feel fine, stops belching, heartburn and all discomforts in a few minutes. Guaranteed by G. L. Penny. Mi-o-- Of Stanford, Kentucky. Insure your and Tobacco Barns Capital, $5O,O0O.00 the West End 43,000.00 surance Agency. Get Surplus, 340,000.00 your policies written Resources, right a good PRESIDENT-W.IM. BRIGHT, CASHIER, pany J. W. ROCHESTER, A8ST. CASH H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER W.J.CAMPBELL, HfYS FOSTER. CLERK. - .1 Hustonville, Ky. DIREOTOR3I J. HENRY D. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shank, Stanford; Geo. V. Carter, Stanford John B. Foster, Stanford; W. H. Shanki, Stanford; T. C. Rankin, Lancaster; J. H. Paxton, Stanford; W. II. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Laucaster; V. II. Cummin, I'rciichorsvillo; Lilburn Goocb, Gilberts Creek. Stockholders' Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Hirst National Hank of Htunforil will lw held at tbulr bunklnx house the second Tuesday In January, iwo. for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year. WATTERSON'S The Wintry Blasts Jon J. MclloiiKUTH.K'ustiler. PAPER Weekly Courier Journal -- CLEMENS HOTEL J. L. Elkin, Pror., DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. HM m W9IB9l V? mtmejrif&n mmir-mm May Come, ; tE0'iilEMf,fy J And the Rain nnd Snow Fall, hut your stock will keep warm in .AND. Nunnelley's New Stock Yards Penty of Covered Pens and Feed ami Water. Rest market in the Stnte. So bring than on I. M. liiii'ci:, Awpttunl. Second Monduy. Court Day, By the end of the brief minuto taken to read these lines the nations of the civilized world will have struck 3,000,-00- 0 materiel. This is the average for every minuto of tho 24 hours of tho day. Seven billions is the number for each year, and those living under the American flag are said to be responsl bio for the consumption of one hulf of trueleru or month. Large, nlry outside rooms. Commercial specialty. Hpeclal rates by week The proprietor Is u former Lincoln county man and his friends should remember him when stopping In tils town. The Interior. Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR this amount. A pension of $5,000 a year is due Mrs. Grover Cleveland, according to precedents, aid Senitor Root has presented to the Senate a bill making tho grant. The amount i trie same as was allowed to Mrs. McKlnley, Mrs. Garfield, Mrs. Polk and Mrs. Tyler, widowed wives of ' former presidents, WANTED! ONLY Courier-Journa- Wndertakor'SEmbalmor ard eater in.Harnoss, Saddlery, STANFORD, 1 KY- I'UoreJSl. paMtboua,;iCT.:3IIom. MR FARMKR. 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