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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ii- r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL M VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 21 1910 f NOT 94 BRODHEAD tS The v ayU looks now wo will have two weddings In our town svon ll Per Rlgsby of the luau section raised from one nero of ground 20G R worth of tobacco Ik j Dick Shlvel who for a number of f yean hu been with the L N car- pentersj hoe quit the road and will fanc this season The board of equalization is in sec lion at Mt Vernon and a great many farmers are doing some big kicking al their property is being raised in valun tion to the very highest notch Everything at present looks prrxnis J Ing for times In and around Broil head penchants say that notwlth standing the continued winter weather business hold up and Is better now than for some time past Rev W D Powell secretary of tho State Board of Uisslons will preach at the Baptist church Thursday night Jan 27 Dr Powell Is one of the lead Ing Baptist ministers In Kentucky and every one should try to hear him State Bank Inspector Wood of Lou- Isville was here Tuesday Ho reports the Citizens Bank in splendid condition I The old officers have bcrn reelected for J the ensuing year On Tuesday Mrs I J W Hutchison tho wife of Cashier Hutchison gave a dinner to the officer of the Bank which was highly enjoyer by all I The graded school here has an enroll 11ment of 2GO pupils and new ones com almost daily Much praise can bo given Miss Ida May Adams and her splendid assistants for the pains they are taking with the school Mr Al bright who la now in Louisville buying a stock of goods will about Feb let open another store here as a consequence of a dissolution of the firm of t Albright Adami The side tracks are almost continual Iy blocked with fine oak and poplar logs wood cross ties spokes etc Tho Lyons Lumber Co contemplate In the near future putting in a plant here for the manufacture of all kinds of wagon plow and chair timber using maple sweet gum and beech timber and promise If tho scheme is a sure go that they will begin with between 30 and 40 laborers Thus good times are staring us In the face J W Hutchison went to Louisville on business Wednesday Mrs G W Brooks of Wllllamiburg is with her mother Mrs Wilmot this week Miss i Ruby Hilton of Stanford Is with Mrs J T Cherry Mr Herndon lIutchison was the guest of his brother J W the first of the week Mrs Bottle Henderson of Lowell Garrard county Is with her daughter Mrs Ed New land Misses Lela Albright Myrtle I Shumate Susie Cable and Rapda Tate visited In Mt Vernon the first of the week Born to Mr and Mrs Ed Nowland f ion the 14th a daughter and to Mr and dry Wm Ballard on the 12th n son A little child of Grover McMullln of the Ottowa section Is very low with I fever The 12yearold daughter of Richard KillIan of thB Maretsburg vi pneumonia Mrs Roscoe Williams of the Sayers neighborhood has been very low with pneumonia but is some better Evan Wheeldon who has been off on tho sick list for two weeks is again at his post in tho telephone exchange We have hadmenpsand downs in this life sickness sorrow of heart disasters disappointment and etc and so on but only those who have gone throughthe trials of a rugged life like ours can Imagine our SMTOW of heart I at the sad intelligence of a wolf enter andJwar large enough to be of use to her Sad ineed this We havo heard 1r of wolves catching lambs and pigs and r etc but this caps the climax A wolf catching a grown up boy We sympa I thize with our bereaved slater and tho- r rest of her children and hope they will J I snot grieve considering that their great loss is the dear boys gain A P BRACKETT- i At St Louis a fellow walked the 1 streets for several days not knowing that his neck had been broken by a fall He thought he had rheumatism and he went to a hospital for treatment when the discovery was made We know some people who have so much rubber in their necks that breaking the member would cause no pain whatever Richmond Climax a A Frightful Wreck- of train automobile or buggy may causecuts bruises abrasions sprains- or wounds that demand Bucklons Ar- mco Salveearths greatest healer Quick relief and prompt euro results For burns bolls sores of all kinds eczema chapped hands and lips sore eyes or corns Its supremo Surest cure 250 at Pennys Drug Store FOR SALIA secondhand top bug gy Tide office r IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES George Graves n retired farmer of Marion county Is dead at an advance ago It M Arnold tho Danville bugg man supplied a new livery stable at Paris with Its supply of vehicles Dr 11 H Grinstead who tiled at Munfordivlllo a tow days since was nn uncle of Mrs J VV Ireland of this placeDan and Thomas McDanlel of Clay county are in jail at Wllliamsburg charged with tho murder of Aloes EvanJames Cash aged 17 who was giver four years in tho louse of Reform for cur breaking escaped from the Somerset jail Elmer Denny has been appoints postmaster at Oil Valley Wayne coun ty and James D Jones at Pellyton Adair county- A death verdict was returned by B jury at Pineville againt James White a Negro boy for criminally assaulting Mosaic Woodard a white girl 10 years old in Middlesboro last July Acting Governor Cox appointed S M Wilson of Lexington special judge of tho Boyle circuit court to try a case fn which tho newly elected Judge M C Saufley was one of the attorneys before the election At the examining trial of Mrs Crab tree and son on the charge of being parties to the murder of Andy Ramsey both were discharged the evidence not being sufficient to hold them over Frank Perkins who was also called up for trial waived examining trial and was remanded to jail R A White head of Livingston has purchased the interest of George P Elliott in the firm of Glrdler Tiros Elliott Co William McKee who was shot by Luther Sharpe died of his injuries Sharpe is in jail Somerset Times n A Card of Thanks PORTSMOUTH ENGLAND JAN GAl- ittle more than five years ago when I left my home in Australia I little thought that I would ever learn to love America and Americans so much that I would have any feelings of regret when the time came to say goodbye Five years ago I landed in America a stranger in a strange land with all the feelings of loneliness that come to one who is alone though surrounded by peopleIt five years later and I have left tho American shores and with them a host of warm friends I still have tho homesick feeling but it Is for My Old Kentucky Roma To my many friends not only in Crab Orchard but in Lincoln county I want to say that my three years among you were years of unalloyed joy I went among you a stranger but you took mo Into your hearts and your homes and made me feel as one of yourselves For this I give you my mothers love for she always said give my love to all who have been kind to you And now with a God bless you I must say to all goodbye Your friend Gao D VERCO MATRIMONIAL Mias Nora Leo Poyntcr of Lawrence burg and Dr Joseph P Holt of Versailles were married Wednesday Tho engagement of Miss Marjorie Gould daughter of George J Gould and granddaughter of Jay Gould to An thony J Drexel Jr of Philadelphia is announcedLeonard Miller the clever and ef ficient foreman of the Central Record at Lancaster was married a few days ago to Miss Fannie Wilson a pretty and popular Richmond girl Mr J Charles Pratt of Fowler Col and Mrs S E Rico of Lexington were married at the home of Mrs L M Goodknight Wednesday Jan 19 at 1030 by Rev D M Walker Married at the home of Rev W SI Willis at Hustonville by that gentleman on Jan 12th Georgo Toomba and Miss Ella Brewer They were occom panled by D H Tpomba and Mla Elsie Wilson and Ed Lunsford and Miss Vina Toombs Those Pies OfBoyhood How delicious were the plea or boyhood No pies now over taste so good Whats changed the pies No Its you Youve lost the strong healthy stomach the vigorous liver tho active kldnoys the regular bowels boyhood Your digestion Is poor and you blame the food Whats needed A complete toning up by Electric Bitters of all organs of di gestion Stomach Liver Kidneys Dowels Try them Theyll restore your boyhood appetite and apprecia tion of food and fairly saturate your body with new health strength and vigor 60o at Pennys Drug Store a Two little girls lost their lives and the father in trying to save them was fa tally burned at an oil lease 12 miles west of Bluirton Ind INEWS NOTES Thu Farmers Stato Dank of Glasgow and the Third National Bank oleo of that city have consolidated Ono woman died from shock three were seriously injured and two art missing as the remit of a fire in the Holllngsworth apartment house a five story structure In West Philadelphia John Godwin political lieutenant of TColeman du Pont president of thodt Pont Powder Company and Republican Stato chairman of Delaware must serve two years in jail for attempts election bribery Charges affecting the Burloy Tobac- Co Society were to have been ventilat ed before Attorney General Wicker sham and Wade II Ellis assistant to the Attorney General at the Depart ment of Justice yesterday The price of a comely girl in New York Is 20or this sum Elizabeth Harzo 20 years old was sold to a woman maintaining a resort according to Indictments returned by the Rockefeller white slave grand jury The Indictment against Mayor John Skain of Lexingtoncharging him with nonfeasance in office was dismissed without trial It was charged in the indictment that the Mayor had not kept the streets In proper condition A contract was signed by Tex Rickard and the management of the Salt Air Beach Co for the use of the bicycle track arena at the bathing re sort at Salt Lake Utah as the scene of the JeffriesJohnson contest on July 4thThe statement that a traffic and trackage agreement has been entered Into between the Western Maryland railroad and the Pittaburg and Lake Erie railroad a aobsidiary lime of the New York Central system was con firmed by President Bush of tho West ern Maryland- Dr W L Nuttall former superin tendent of the Institute for the Feeble Minded at Frankfort who was charged with detaining a female inmate several months ago and who has been in hid Ing it is said in Mexico turned up at his home at New Castle the other day and was declared insane The petition for a writ of certiorari In the case of John R Walsh former president of the Chicago National Bank jf Chicago under sentence to five years imprisonment in the Federal prison at Leavenworth Kansas on the charge of misapplying the funds of the bank was denied by tho Supreme Courtof the United States Col R A Thornton one of the most prominent attorneys at the Lexington bari was stopped from reading a news paper In the Fayette Circuit Court by Judge Parker who has ruled that read- Ing papers In court constitutes cone tempt of court Col Thornton has raised an objection to the ruling on the grounds that it is unconstitutional After extending a rising voto of thanks to John D Rockefeller for his munificent and humanitarian gift of 1000000 for the eradication of the hookworm disease a permanent or ganization to be known as the South ern Health Conference was effected at the second days session of the con ference on the hookworm in at Atlanta It ia reported from Frankfort that aI compromise may be effected between the wet and dry Senators as to the committee assignment of the coun ty unit bill Eli H Brown Jr has been selected as an intermediary The dry forces prefer the Committee on Kentucky Statutes while the wets are willing to have it referred to the Judiciary Committee At any event the measure will not be referred to the Committee on Religion and Morals which was said to have been objection able to the leaders In favor of the measure HIGHLAND Tom Williams child is quite sick at this writing Mrs C M Young has been quite sick for two weeks Andy Gisler has the Oklahoma chills Mr Mullins who recently moved Into our midst from Louisville is now teach- Ing a subscription school at our school house with a good attendance Rev G M Cannon of Kings Moun tain filled the pulpit of Rev J D laggard pastor of the Methodist hurch Sunday The Church had Sab bathschool Sunday for the first time since the smallpox scare about November let CHURCH MATTERS Rev Macon Vick of Louisville has been extended a call and has accepted tho pastorate of the Second Baptist hurch at Bowling Green Rev W S Willis subject at the hristian church Hustonvillo Sunday morning will be Self Examination and at night Gambling Strengthen your stomach and banish digestion Miona is guaranteed by G 6Oc L Penny to do it or money backI 4PMMhhhhhhRaSrMhlhlhM ftVtOWVVt1WdrrttVVitVft VOr Z Z I 4f i IVERY THINOa- c I i Z IIil lI iIc ii AT COST Iiz4 0 4- fz t U 4 = Now isThe Time To Bugfy J y1 p Cummins Weant2 41 6 iizv f1hN 1tpR11OhRlAMa hR lihltltttJ svuar +sc4 sttttttrretvivt aatesowwaewc hhraaeehaah hy eh MIDDLEBURO J F Wall caught a large wild cat In a steel trap last week Rev L B Lee will preach at the Baptist church Sunday George Sims a widower and Mrs Calanza Powell of the Doe creek sec tion were married last week W P Estes haS taken charge of the hack line from Yosemite to McKinney having bought out McClellan McAn nlnchThe land trade mentioned in our last between Willie Watkins and Mrs Mary Adams was no go so we have been in formedJack Wells is deputy sheriff under TO F Murphy and is now notifying those whose property has been raised by the board of supervisors Rev Luster is down withmeasles and it is feared that there will be a wide spread of the disease as he was at school a few days before he was tak downThe raised the property of some 800 or more of Casey county citizens and some of them are kicking like bay steers As kicking is about the only privilege the taxpayers have they will surely be allowed that Misses Willie Fogle Wandy Hatter Rhoda Elliott Bettie Royalty Annie Sharp and Ruby Fogle will leave Sat urday to enter school at Bowling Green Capt A B Williams the aged father of Mrs Wm Wheat ia quite sick at the home of his daughter Mrs R M SharpThe Sundayschool Union of the South Kentucky Association will meet with the Baptist church here on the 29th and 30th of this month when sev eral ministers of that denomination will likely be present The choir will prepare some special music for the occa sion and make tho services interesting Everybody Invited The Liberty people seem to have tired of the soft drink business as it has been conducted there of late The town council has raised the license for selling such drinks to 1000 thus shut ting out the business entirely Near beer kept getting a little nearer it is said until it actually got up inx the neighborhood of the real stuff One day last week while hunting in the woods near Yosemite Sam Sharp and Quince Jones found the tracks of what they supposed to be a wild tur key They followed in hot pursuit for some distance and suddenly came on the game in a thicket and opened fire emptying both barrels of their fowling pieces Strange as it may seem as both of them were suffering with an attack of buck agul they actually brought down a large buzzard that bad been previously disabled by the sleet They agreed to keep the joke a secret but Sam told Mrs Sharp and she In turn told Mrs R M Sharp who baa taken a delight in telling It to every one she meets Oc Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky 1 Capital 5000000 Surplus 4300000I Resources 34000000 SH SHANKS PRESIDENT WM BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER CLERK- DIRECTORS J B Owaley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford I t c John 0kinRan j Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W I H Cummins Preacheraville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek FIRST NATIONAL BANKv STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 1882 CAPITAL STOCK 50000 r SURPLUS EARNED 20000 I HASJPAID IN DIVIDENDS 2t65 Combines AbsolutelSafety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Ustof our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICER J S Hocker President S T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cashr WXVSaundersBookkeeper DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman MD Elmore J M Peltus H C Baighman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson- W B OBannon J S Hocker C E Tate 1 FOR ALL KINDS OF 4 Machine Needles ShitJ ties and Bands CALL ON L L SAUNDERS Crab Orchard b r 1 The Interior Journal k Eo a WALTONi4t 1 HON HARVEYHELM of Lincoln county It a candidate for re nomination for Congress from tbe Klghth illitrlctiubject to of the democratic party EXTENSION OF THE COUNT UNIT TUG first test of tho strength of the extension of the County Unit bill ca in the Senate when the advocates prevfis regarded as an opponent from refer ring it to the committee on Religion and Morals which as constituted would have put it to sleep Lieutenant Gov Cox who was acting as governor while I Gov Willson is at Washington attending the conference of governors has promised to refer the bill to the committee most favorable to it and County Unit people wanted to wait til he was present It has all No been claimed that the Senate would s kill any such bill that the House would adopt but the action of a majority of the members indicates that the Upper House Is in accord with further action looking toward prohibition However if the Hon Billy Klair and Senator Tom Combs both of Lexington c work the parliamentary trick at which they are such adepts the bill will never be brought to passage in either House The mores the pity The failure to pass the extension of the county unit bill cannot be laid on the republicans this time The democrats can pass if every republican votes against it and the Governor vetoes and the r sponsibility will bo with them A DILL is before the Legislature to impose a heavy fine upon any one who treats another in a saloon the saloonst also coming in for a part of the pun ishment Should it become a law it would cut no figure here at present and pingyou come to think of It Why should a man want to give a friend red liquor which he does not need and which will probably do him harm instead of giv ing him something of value to himself and family It would be much more sensible to give a pound of sugar or a pound of meat than liquor to guzzle down but one is an abused custom and the other would probably be taken as an insult TUG treasury department did a commendable thing in ordering the Custom House at Newport News Va to be closedon the birthday of Gen Robert E Lee Slowly the country ia realizing that the Confederate chieftain was one of the greatest of generals and the best of men His statue beside that of Washington in Statuary Hall at the Nations capital Virginias contribution to the great men whose statues will appear there will create more Interest than any of those honored It is fitting that two of the greatest rebels should stand side by side in perpetual memory SOME Lexington people are working themselves up to the proposition of having a commission form of government It may be all right but it Is observed that the outs are taking initiative and that the the meetings J advocacy of the change are always made up largely of republicans and f slonists The ins are pretty well gat fled with the present status and we can see where they are right These no tangled schemes appeal very little democrats who will prefer to contin tho present mode of government REPRESENTATIVE DAWSON of Iowa to says he cannot support his family o 7600 he gets as Congressman and wi resign It is the safest of wagers however that he will not do so Very few men can make as much as a Congressman gets who serves less than half his time and is not forced to neglect his private business Indeed there areACongressmen who spend more of their time as Chautauqua speakers than they do in earning their salaries Nay nay Mr Dawson will not resign He is only talking through his hat THE Texas law requiring express companies to pay a tax of 5000 aye to carry liquors into local option ter tory has been held to be constitutional- by the highest court of that Stat The federal government in all justic- to the wishes of those concerned shoul prohibit with heavy penalty the deliv territoryItliquors to be so carried and tho act would be a long step toward complete prohibition TILE House judiciary committee to which was referred the question changing inauguration day to April 30t agreed unanimously to report in fav of it As the committee is compost of 17 constitutional lawyers or supposed to be the unusual unanimity is remarkable Considering that the next weimovethe end of his term or Taft will get two months more salary than he is en i MAKING PUNISHMENT EASY THE parole law will likely be chang d by the present Legislature in many particulars When a convict is paroll 1 ed now hu leaves the penitentiary with not a cent of money or a suit of clothes unless his friends furnish them whereas a pardoned criminal or one whoso time is outgets 5 in money and n willYman on ing with the pardoned or one whose time has expired The bill before theme Legislature provides for an indetermi ofnate sentence of imprisonment for the ntuae of one of the States prisons as a reformltory for the establishment of trade schools for instruction in common school branches for a share the convict in his earnings and for a law which insures for the parolled prisoner six months of immediate and con tinued employment when ho leaves the penitentiary and the regular supervis ion of the authorities and the theemployment agent who secured work putIJgbecome if the penologists continue to get in their work that a convict will live in real regal style while in prison and be given a chromo on his departure therefromIANOTHER bank president has gone ton the penitentiary for five years after a long and fruitless fight to prevent ItIJohn R Walsh the former multf mil lionaire of Chicogo was convicted of misapplying 7000000 of his banks funds As he is 72 years old the sen tence is virtually for life Charles Nit Morse of Now York was recently given 15 years for the same offense and is- now doing time at the Federal prison at Atlanta It begins to look lIke the belief that there is one low for the rich and one for the poor is unfounded DR NUTTALL the former superintendent of the Feeble Minded Institute t who kept one of the unfortunate in mates of the institution and who was ermitted to escape the consequences his crime by flight has returned from Mexico and been declared insane Thjs is the easiest way out of it for but somebody should suffer for allowing such a creature to fill such a position and to escape evidently by connivance Let the Legislature sift the whole filthy business to the bottom HERE is more bad news for us Bene diets A gigantic trust to control everything pertaining to the manufacture- da sale of womens wearing material from the growth of the raw stuff to to the purchase by the wearer is being formed in the East with three hundred millions capital With everything now so out of sight in price only the millionaires will be able to clothe the members of their family decently after the rapacious trust gets down to business HON W H SHANKS bill to prohibit other than licensed lawyers from exam- Ining land titles ought to be amended BO as to make the examiner pecuniarily responsible for his report as well as subject to penal punishment and pass ed The man who from ignorance or carelessness reports a title good when it is not commits a crime that he should pay dearly for ofinstyle Many of us hoped then that it In gentlemang a movement is on foot to celebrate thef nominatooccursU0year = A CHICAGO preacher advises husbands put their homes in their wives names paIIy vice from such a source shows that some preachers are as dishonest a some of the men who have been sent t the penitentiary for stealing DELEGATION of women recently went to Albany N Y to proles- against the passage of any law willmake them voters That is the way more than half of the women feel As a general thing the suffragette is confined to the old maids and the child less wives Lexri a t exe a a o doubtd Fair broken up by such performances Two Plttsburg Pai men have been sent up for two years and a half for selling for butter AtI artiIcleoffense to palm off the bogus for the genuine ofdat ever will count this in the increased cost of living They will buy no Bi the bles but will try to make the last win tars styles do for this mers TeRichmondnr 1atIatW t 4- Iy e fi j Claims T V AD Motes Accounts and Claims Collected Anywhere in tho United States NO CHARGES MADE UNLESS WE COLLECT WE COLLECT WHERE OTHERS FAIL MAYS COLLECTION AGENCY WOODSON MAY Mgr Somerset Kentucky Dayfmade are Dr Kings Now Life Pills Kvery pill la a sugarcoated globule of health tbat changes weakness into strength languor into energy brnln fag into mental power curing Constipation Headache Chills Dyspepsia Malarial 25c at Pennys Drug Store IA revolution has broken out in th Republic of Uruguay against tho gov ernmentof President Claudio Williman A rigorous censorship has been established at Montevideo the Uruguayan capital President Taft signed the joint resolution for the BallengerPinchot Inquiry Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation foi external use Stops itching Instantly and destroys the seems that cause skin diseases Eczema quickly yields and Is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine All Druggists Write forum pie E W Rose Med Co MOo PENNYS DRUG STORE 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE I h TRADE MARKS DESIGNS I 4cIT eoulatloUtti4nolk trttboat cbanro to the Scientific American AhwdomelvIIiutrtedweekl Tarewt rtr eolation of any dentine Inarm Term tl a- pertroutmonthl1t tk l4t rall newtdralart YorkBDaca I HENRY WATTERSON PAPER Weekly Courier Journal I AND J The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In the United State baTe not beard of the Courier Journal Democratic all things fair in all thing clean in all thing It li essentially a family paper By special arrangement we are enabled to ofIr tbe WEEKLY OOUKIKRODRNAL year and this paper for the price named above Bend yonr inbtcrlptlon for tbe corn bination toaoot tc the CoorlerJoor T11 1 1f i 1 1 I Collections y PARKER HAIR DALSAM LiteITnaatttNr tall to Kntora ColorCwu Auctioneer I loITer my service to the people of Lin Coin county ninn nnolloncfr Hntlifnctlon Ite1- Itetldence Turnersvllli Stock of Merchandise for Sale I diIro to lell privately my stock of Oro cerlu ROIl n good bullnew Will invoice about IJJOO Itonion 1114talthial D liqPFKIl BUnfonitkjr FARM FOR SALE OR RENT Contain lto acres test tobacco load In toe county 1H mile from Will odwelllmgaoneoffourodnuand orchards of nearly UO irret Tobacco that will bold 10 ncr i of tobacco etieapuit farm In Kentucky at price O n IIRAWt KH MoKlnuey Ky TRIBBLE PENCE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phono 133 Stanford Kentuclty FARM FOR SALE I A Nol farm of 1U acres house hal four poodtwtrnland 1 about half Virgin loll adapted to ruldn baYicorn wheat oaU hemp nod tobaCco grass except about cbooll1cburcb1and outhousesLock Box lei Htnnford Kentu- ckyCLEMENS HOTEL J L ELKIV Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKY I large airy outAlde rooms Commercial traveler n Hpcclnl rRtt1 by week j or month Tbe proprietor li a former Un I coin county man and his blends should remember I him when topping In his town NOTICE JInsurco and Tobacco Barns J InIsurance Irightpany by W J CAMPBELL t Huetooville Ky f We Have Received FactoryotClean and frcst nil 10lO styles We will represent four factories and kindly asks a share of your patronage Como in and look at our stock earl make selections I will have them finishedaccord ing to specifications ta Our limited space will not allow a larger stockcome early wsserttarl 1 W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky RURAL TELEPHONES cityresidenceany time This cau be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with benefits received Cull or address our nearest office or writo direct to headquarters Nashville Term for information regarding our special uFnr Line rate If you are not at present service we KentuckyTenneeaeeEAST TENNESSEE TEL be TEL CO I t I 11 I t Ji r er t READY8rr For You I Owing to an unprecedent ed good early Fall trade We sized up pretty well I- again in Dec Consequent t t ly our stock is in jt BETTER CONDITION r jtheIneeds We have all kinds of lcct ear att25c to a 20 inch high top shoe at 750 boys and mens suits Overcoats Raincoats Slickers underwear suit cases MPS gloves and hats ata j e H J McROBERTSJI STANFORD KENTUCKY n 18F1E3EEae8EaaaE aIE fBG L Penny n II Coffey E It Coleman I i Vinol m I 1 Ditel I D1The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil is a Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health inostmStrength It is Especially Useful For mPersistentCoughs and Colds t mSoldunder a Guaran tee atW I HI g PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky BB 33BB 9B E American Wire Fence j GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford 1 H B NORTHCOTT Dealer in Live CoalWoolseng and Feathers PHONE 35 LANCASTER KY BRANCH HOUSE STANFORD KY Thurman K Tudor Mgr Telephone No 1- 63HLN9RTH9OT T Stanford I M t SCJ i Jr 250 yards hamburg Edge and Inecrtioug V t 5Cj I I 600 yards Hamburg Edgo and Insertion Sonic convent patterns in this lob t lOc f 1000 yards Hamburg Edgo nnd Insertion includgcs showy patterns 0 to 8 inches wide Also net eflccU I 19c 300 yds IGinoh Flouncing very showy and pretty regular price 2fi to 05c i1I+ The Interior Journal I r STANFORD KY JAN 21 1010 SOME great bargains in box paper era being closed out to mako room for now stock at Pennys Drug StoroI PERSONALS Miss EMMA HAYS continues quite sickWESLEY EMORY la up after an illness of two weeks Mug J H McAusTEii is very 111 with typhoid fever OAKLEY HOLTZCLAW who has been t so ill is convalescing Miss NANNIE BAILEY is up from Louisville with relatives Miss ELLA MAY SAUNDERS spent Wednesday In Lancaster DORA little daughter of Mm Cath McClary continues very 11- 1Mlt L W WE8TEHFIELD of LIv ingston was hero yesterday Mu G A WALTER was over from Kings Mountain Wednesday Mit SAM G CASTELLO spent several days with Wayno county relatives e MRS J W BAILEY of Junction City I was n caller at this office yesterday REV C Eo POWELL of Lexington visited his father Capt B R Powell JUDGE MD HUGHES of Lancaster I erpassed t through to Louisville Wednes WOODS WALKER of Garrard was a I passenger on Wednesdays southbound train MR LAFON HIKER of Harrodsburg was hero with novoR B Mahony TuesdayMR D NEWLAND has rented and moved to the Buchanan farm In the East End 0MRS W G WITHERS and son Powell t are both III The latter had whoop- Ing u cough MRS R P STEPHENS the aged mother of Mrs E L Rclnhart is dangerously 111 I MRS JoaiAH BISHOP and son Rowland Bishop of Hustonville were In P town yesterday I MR M GREEN MURPHY and hand some wife of Kings Mountain were x in town Wednesday a went toMiss ANNIE SPOONAMORE Junction City to visit Misses Olllo Mae i and Susie Roberts Miss SuoiB ELLIS who has been sick for some time is out again to tho do light of her many friends t NEWS comes from Hustonvlllo that Messrs James W Allen and John G Lynn who have been so ill are both improving MR A B McKINNEY and family have moved from tho farm he sold near McKlnnev to tho Weatherford Hotel at Hustonvlllo Miss BESSIE MCALISTER went to Lebanon Wednesday to remain with the family of Mr 0 T Bohon during her mothero illness t MRS BETTlHIBUdntand Miss Susan Fisher Woods oro at Mlllcrsburc at tho I bedside of the tatters brother in lfW Mr S M Allen MRS CARRIE SIIKLTON spent a week with Miss Mary Vanoy who has recept f ly returned froma Detracted business trip to Martin Tenn MRS A a HUNDLEY leaves tomor row for Orlando Fla to spend the balance of the winter with her sister Mrs W L PalmerAdvocate MR AND MRS JAMES P HOLDAU moved to Crab Orchard yesterday greatly to the regret of the many i friends made during their sojourn here Hustonliams has been 111 tome that occountalfor the absence of biBI good letters Mir SAM M SPOONAMORE who has been with Geo D Hopper for two years has reslgnedand will go to KnoxI rifle today tot enter I Daughs BuslI nest College MR R G JONES has moved his fam fly to tho T C Ball property on Depot street Mr Ball having moved to tho country MrJW W White will occupy Mr Junes home on Whltley av enue MR AND MRS FRED GARNETT went to Cavo City Wednesday to be present at tho marriage yesterday afternoon of his sister Miss Mary Garnett to Mr George Moore of Portland Tenn The bride has frequently visited her sister Mrs J S Rlceiat this place and la very our people Mr and Mrs Rice left Sunday to at tecUbe marriage LOCALS PIANO FOR SALESquaro variety Will sell cheap Apply ut this office Miss LicctE MARTIN wants pupils in shorthand Apply at the Baptist par sonagetr THREE suites of rooms in the Odd Fellows building for rent Apply b- Ed Wilkinson TIIOSB Indebted to me will please call and settle at once Miss Ella May Saunders milliner toMIXED cannel block coal tho very best 16c per bushel delivered in town J H Baughtnan Co WANTED buys good Lincoln county farm of the valuo of 120000 to 30 000 Address Lock Box 201 Stanford Ky STADLE FOR HgNTlIas three stalls loft eta Located on street and con venient for use Mrs L B Cook Stanford WANTED Three good solicitors in each county Good proposition Ad dress G W B 464 Rose street Lox ington Ky TilE price of banhne advanced 300 percent in ten years If everybody had aaved his bacon this could not havo happened TilE first chapter of ExShcrifT T J Hills serial story appears this issue You will enjoy reading It much moro if your name does not appear in it IN Indiana a society for the promotion of scientific mating has been form ed It will prove a failure Tho old fashioned lovo matches will continue to hold tho boards ALL parties having clalmsagalnstthe estate of Dr L B Cook aro directed to present them properly verified to my attorney P M McRobcrts at once Mrs L B Cook administratrix YOUR attention is called to the display advertisement of L L Saunders one of Crab Orchards hustling mer chants which appears on our first page Read what he says each Issuo and you will profit by it- CONTRACTOR KRUCCER has taken advantage of the several good days we have had and Is pushing work on the courthouse With anything like good luck tho building ought to bo completed by April 1 or 16 FOR RENT FOR 1910 30 acres of good land including residence and out bdlldings On Hanging Fork in Lincoln county Half of this land will grow good tobacco Apply to Stanford Real Estate Co L R Hughes Score tart T LUTHER JACKUAN colored died in Louisville and was buried here Wednesday Ho was ono of tho characters on the Sellers side In that famous trouble at Lancaster back in tho 70s Ho was a brother of tho lato Craig Jackman and had been blind of lato years BARGAINS IN LANDWe havo three small tracts of unimproved land lara ale qt a bargain ono tract of 21 acres an other of 18 acres another of 13 acres All well located lie well and good land Can give possession at once Will sell ono tract or all Terms to suit pur chaser Apply to Hughes Swine broad Lancaster Ky TIIOSB Eighth District editors aro really in earnest in urging the claims of Judgo M C Saufloy for the democratic nomination for governor And from what we know of the Judgo and have heard of his promptness lu handling business that has come before his court we believo that should the fortunes of war and politics put him in the Governors chair ho would conduct thoI States business as he does that of the peoplo of his judicial district Lexing ton HeraldITilE board of supervisors composed of Messrs John K Baughman J N Menefee E P Woods 0 P Newland and D R Adams completed Us labors Wednesday afternoon Tho total raiso amounted to 112027 It has been a tong time since a moro substantial lot of men has served in the capacity of county supervisors and their work Is toe commended The board compll mented Assessor W A Carsons workI Mr Carson has made a capital assessor- sa all fairminded men will admit er S ft With the Fact Staring You in i the Face That Cotton is high and any article wo offer you in which cotton goes into the construction cant bo produced at any ways near the same price you should be up and doing to take advantage of these special January offerings I i l Two rooms for rent Mrs MagRio Martin Stanford CAR Northern White oats just In J 11 Baugrman Co ROLLER SKATES it1 per pair Call on Clalborno Walton Fou UENTOfllco theINTEIUOH JOUUNAL building Apply at this of fice lpfyou are looking for fresh oysters and celery go to J D Hortons restau rant PLEASE bring my rug back and get the one you loft at my store J R Newland POR SALEGood building lot on Whitley avenue Bargain if sold at once This office Jon printer wanted at once Must bo able to feed a cylinder press and do- all kinds of job printing This office TALK with mo before buying a type writer and see sample at my home T A Brackett local agent for Standard Typewriter Exchange New York FRED Old Process oil or linseed meal to your milk cows horses and chickens Price 225 per 100 Best substitute for good pasture J Hj Uaughman Co BAnaAlN 257 710 acre farm about five miles from town on good pike I mile from school church and store 100 acres fine tobacco land Nine room brick residence 240barrel crib shed granary silo barns etc Fencing good and place well watered Nine never falling springs cement troughs etc In a splendid neighborhood Stan ford Real Estate Co MASONIC BANQUET On Wednesday evening In answer to the invitation of the Stanford Masonic Lodge about 60 Masons and their lady friends met in reception at the parlor of the Lodge It was to the ladies a pleasant scries surprises the veil of mysticism was partially withdrawn and they were giv en a meager glimpse of esoteric Mason ry Ascending the stairway the first object which greeted the eye was a largo and brilliant stereoptican view picturing in lurid colors the coffin the maddock and the spade surmounted with the rawhead and bloodybones On entering tho reception room the Tylers sword was found lying upon the velvet cushion the Deacons lances rested in their sockots the goat quietly munched his hay the greased polo pointed skyward and tho altar at which Masonic troth is plighted lighted by tho hugo brazen candlesticks displayed not only the square tho level the com pass and tho trowel the implements with which the Mason educates the cunning of his hand but likewise the implements of discipline the dirk knife the poignard and revolver and as a silent monitor suspended overhead hung the articulated skeleton of the only man who ever attempted recreancy to tho craft and emblazoned on his bones the warning Behold tho fate of him who would betray the secrets of our order At 7 oclock the company was taken to the banquethall where a full orchestra of music was in attendance and where at a beautifully decorated table in shape of the letter U expres sive of Masonic unity Prof J W Ireland as Toastmaster welcomed nearly a hundred guests who reverently stood whilo Rev J J Dickey offered tho Invocation and wero then seated by the gavels rap Tho menu justified the words of the menu curdO hour of nit hours the most blessed upon earth I The repast offered was consomme cel cry olives Roman punch turkey with jelly panned oysters beaten biscuit green peas mashed potatoes chicken salad ico cream sherbet assorted cakes fruits nuts wafers coffee Up on the toast card simply appeared the words In after dinner talk across the walnuts and tho wine And the after dinner talk was opened In a most happy way by tho Toastmaster who then Introduced Mr J W Saunders as the first speaker and who was followed by Mr G B Lyrfe of Crab Orchard Mr John W Brown of Mt Vernon Mr Daverflackson of London who is tho Senior Grand Warden of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky After Mr Jacksons speech Mr Robert II Tomlinson of Lancaster responded to the first toast Prof Ireland assist ed by Misses Frances Adams and Kthel Fettro sang in a most acceptable way a long prepared for the occasion in burlesque of an ancient Masonic initia epcchesfinishedfeet Sang the Long Meter Doxology and thus closed one of the happiest and handsomest entertainments that has been given in our town for years Paulhan won a 10000 prize by a 46 mile crosscountry flight at Los Ange les lIe was in tho air an hour and three minutes At one time Paulhan gained an altitude of 2130 feet This established a new worlds record for I crosscountry flights Former Gov Herrick who has been frequently mentioned for a third nom ination by the republicans for governor of Ohio announces that he will not be a candidate for the honor FOR SALE I Uulton11Itpartlcuhu Huitonvllle Ky I J J BELDEN For Houto nnd Carriage Pointing nnd Trim I LocltlmUhIngJ J BKLDEV Stanford Ky FARM FOR SALE 31yfarm 0117 acres of good land well 1m rateItthe Maywood ectlon House lias six room outbulldlnglALIVINOHTONIt FOR SALE I Cover Hotel at Ornb Orchard also store lidJoiningrooms All necessary outbuildings M Its CURTIS OOVKR Crab Orchard Ky The Great Texas Panhandle Illch land U the bails of nil wraith The safest Investment and the surest money maker Is rIco farming land God Is still resting on the seventu day He Is not making anymore laud The Texas Panhandle is the lust of the rich level land for settlement In this country Fortunes will be made on the advnnee In price on these lands In the next tow years Home seekers will go no further when they see it Hwlsh er county II the garden spot and pride of the The test watered and the rlh 1 est Land no clearing or I or cyclones High altitude delightful ell 1 I mate A proven wheat country First prize awarded our wheat and oat at the allonal Corn Exposition nt Omaha Ne braska For free Illustrated booklet address JAMKHFUYKBECTCLIAOoMllBK CIA OLUII TuinHwUber County Texas Wa cu- vFURS Hides and- Wool Feathin Tallow Btttwas Gh zees GoldenSealYeaowfodMjepik WlM Ginger etc Were dealer nubtiloj in l856tees Uk a craterie- Lawnroesad CIA do better Iof you than steno cr tooanmoo merchant IWrtoct any Bank to Louimtfc Writ If woViy price lilt aid dipping top M Sabbl Sons 219 E Markel St LOUISVILLE KY POSTED strictlytorbhlhuntingpassing on our places und will prosecute violators to the full extent of tho law I BrosFredLlllmrn Hooch N 11 1lummer NunnelleyIJ B Bruce David Hteven WmdordtenDanGotllbOllck Fred Handorf JThompson JFMoser AndersonMrA Klbasn JlhNIHorton MrsUeoLegnnWRev Father Leo DrOG llaughautnUrlahMrs Margaret Gooch Jacob Dander tVUTraylorHam 1HofunnnaET UOwsleyNJOHundley II HOrow Mrs Nannie II Good C K McOlnre reeunurueniganT ItOllrpentcrVJohn H Leo D Uhrlsttan Jacob Tom Ferrlil PaykAlextiooper WelchIfUAndersonGus Oolnl T A Illce Reuben Curtis Chrli Uametilscb HpoonuDloroIH W Galnes W P Grime JIi Holtiolaw W MYlelol U K Onlnes Mr White WIeKIMOnJalBtI j j 98cC f I For a Bolt of Long Cloth I lOc k I For till Calicoes und White Linen finish Suitings fast colors 10c For a Bolt of 0 yards Torschon Lace35c For a fine 15irfch French Nainsook I L R Hughes T W Humble W O Martin 20 Per Cent OffSI 20 per cent off on any Shoo in our house We have them iu Tans Patents Vicis Ox Blood Gun Metal Etc All styles and sizes Tops in Gray Blue Green Black Etc Will also Bill any Oxfords at exactly cost This is strictly a cash proposi tion Wo also have a nice line of Shirts Ties Etc for men Alto represent two of tho best Tailoring concerns in the country and- guarantee Fit Quality and Price t I HUGHES MARTIN CQ p 4 Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKYt IU- STReceived I i A i BIG SHIPMENTtOFi Oliver Chilled Plows arid Repairs t W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky Tinging Plumbing Heating Dont let 1010 plUS without having hot anti cold water through your house with a beautiful w- hitePorcelain Bath Outfit Have W K WARNER to install t your country water works with reasonable prices and guaranteeiWe also carry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS Roofing and Roofing Paints Call and see us W K WARNER Stanford Ky W L MCARTYPree E C WALTON VPres LRlIUGHF Sl T k 1 Stanford Real Estate Co I t u Stanford KentucKy Stocks Farms and Town Property Handledon Commission and Bonds Sold If you Have Property to Sell or Rent Notify Us Write for Circular to ftSR HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky- M r hw r x TheJInterior Journal Jhfcrwjwi tfcs PotlOjiu H Stanford as I I Mlendataat mater t L N TImET1tBLE I lHoothllG r x JNosi Boutu iou A M U M North Bw P x IiNoY11 UJf P III I t JOS 8I RICE Agont l t A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist l STANFORD KENTUCKY t Oftce over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Buildi- ngMASONS MEET I Lincoln TiOdRe Voi to Ft eschfftnt addIn stated communication on r third Mondfiy nights ofeaob month at 730 Ii oclock la their ball on main strReeStan tunaslIyInvitedtobepresent T W Pen alngton Sec IIi Fall and Winter Stock Kayo your measuro taken by n tailor of ez p rlenc Then your clothe whethera lowy business suit or the finest evening f clothevwlll have that Individuality and lit which pUJnly Indicate they were made to joermeAiure I will also take your men r swe for extra trousers fancy T8 taatsi and overcoats and Minter sample on hand ready for your Inspection r UO RUPLKY The Tailor Stanford Ky CUT FLOWERS FOf SALE I I canfurnish the publlo with the best ai well at the freshest of cut flower plant 0- aU klads bulb potted flowers on notice Also make a specialty of wreaths foe for funeral purposes In connection with the above I have nil kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable Cl- eOilUI8TMAN ea GnREN IIOUHKS En nUllBARn PBOB Stanford Ky SMuruJftbaccoland Tobacco terns Nothing 8utInsuranc- eJesseD WearenT- he Iniunnce Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone M omce 86 Insure with mo and be fully prote- ctedCONCRETING rWe are osltiontodoallkinds of con rating such as lllock Work Pavements and In fact we can make nay thing from II house down to a fence post We can serve 700 guarantee ourpricesdmateriwork Call and Ret before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky INSURANCER x Insures Tobacco Tobacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything- Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLiveStockHealth and Accident Plater GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis count JLBeazleyCo u u UndertaKers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur bitureJMattingaRugp They will exchange Furniture for till Kinds of Stock Give Them JK Call Pricee Right F STANFORD KENTUCKY t Je C McClary9 I t j Vndertaker Embalmer ealerlniHarnesa Saddler t STANFORD KY iMeP4oaetar SIBOMO PhonelM 1 t r T rx z rr FARMERS DEPARTMENT I M J Farris sold 51 head of cattle court dayat 31 to 4c Garner Price bought of Charles Thompson of Pulaski a pair of mules for 276 FOR SALE300 bales of extra good clover hay Mrs F B Barnetfe Huatonville D B Fox SR will stand a Jersey bull near Bowen Station at 1 the BeaI son in advance Poland China boar shoats will welsh from 85 to 100 pounds for sale M S Baughman Stanford At the sale of the Lebanon Hone Sale Co at Lebanon the other day 100I ead went at 250 to 500 Mules sold at 225 to 250 at Mt Sterling court Monday The supply did not begin to equal the demand John Cotton sold to Mr Cutsinger Anderson his farm of 156 acres on the Lebanon pike near Danville at 90 J B Ruble of Garrard sold 10 mules to T W Duckworth at 190 and to an other party a pair of mutes for 425 There were 150 cattle on the Georgetown market Monday and they sold at 385 to Gets Mutes went at 130 to 225Thomas Adams of Madison bought of Joaiah Moore 21barrels of corn to be delivered In June July and August at 450 1 HAVE an eightyear old wagon team for sale Also a fiveyearold wagon horse for sale or I will trade him for a good driving horse This horse will weigh about 1100 and a good one B D Carter T W Jones who was at the Mt Sterling court Monday tell us there were about 1500 cattle on the market and that most of them sold Steers brought 41 to Sic heifers 3J to 4Jc cows 3 to 4c Mr Jones bought a car load of cattle while there A committee from the headquarters of the Burley Tobacco Society left Lex ington Tuesday for Washington where they will confer with the Attorney Genera in regard to the contemplated ac don by the government against the so ciety charging it with violation of the Sierman antitrust law There were 200 cattle in Thurmond Colemans stock pens Monday They sol i readily at an average of about 4c a pound Mack Hughes sold 5 horses at the following prices 1 saddle stal lion to Capt Casey for 500 2 horses to She Harbison for 450 1 colt to a Mississippi party for 250 and one to Mr Kendig of Georgia for 150Ad vocate i BARGAIN 354 acres of good land of which 100 acres is bottom land eight room dwelling two good stock barns new tobacco barn 36x96 ice house buggy house two corn tribe etc two good cisterns the whole farm being well watered well fenced and lays well Will sell as a whole or cut 200 acres with improvements to suit pur chaser which includes 100 acres as fine bottom land as there is in the county This is a bargain See L R Hughes Stanford Ky i POLITICAL CollecI tract expires will resume the practice of law in Louisville A blU appropriating 750000 to inu- i prove the Green river from Mammoth Cave to Greensburg was introduced by Representative Ben Johnson The announcement that I will not Jb9 a candidate for governahip to suc teed myself is entirely correct I feel that in Justice to my family I should resume the practfne of law says Gov Hughes of New York Provoked by published charges that the Burley Tobacco Society controlled the courts and the Legislature of Kentucky Representative J Campbell Cantrill in an impassioned speech In the House defended the people of Kentucky as law abiding He declared that in opposing the tobacco trust they had exercised their rights In a lawful man neroMr Cantrill contended that as there was but one buyer of tobacco the raisers of that product were justified- In combining so that there would be but one seller Napoleons Grit was of the unconquerable uo vers die kind the kind that you need most when you have a bad cold cough or lung disease Suppose troches cough syrups cod liver u iloY doctors have all failed dont lose heart or hope Take Dr Kings New Discovery Satisfaction Is guaranteed whop used for any throat orlung trouble Ithas saved thousands of nopoless sufferers It toasters stubborn colds obstinate coughs hemorrhages la grippe croUp asthma hay fever and wbooplngcougb and is the mdsttsaforina certain remedy for all bronchial affections 6Jc 1 Trial bottle free at Pennys Drug Store The committee of the University jf Copenhagen has completed its exarhi nation of Dr Frederick A Cooks orig inal notes and confirmed ita previou PrOOJdPole had been submitted The last saloon of Princeton has gon out of business M a result of the town toting Jry F tTrYSi SherifFs Salt For Taxes Monday Feb J4JO Being the lit day of the February lam ollheR Lincoln county court I will between the hours 019ocIockA M and 4 oclock P M in frost of the courthouse door in Stanford KySI sell at public outcry to the highest and bet bid da lot cath in hind the following Iiator so muchas will pay taxes cott and penalty fast u are made the name wil disappearVThe amount set opponte each name include 6 pet cent penalty and cost oladvertitingPo Stanford White Barnes Mrs Elixabeth house and lot 5 3 65 BrishtJW 140 acres s 74 34 Carpenter Sitters town lot 22 75 Collins Mrs Bettie 40 acresI60 DaVeVG L 25 acres 300 Hazy Jack acres 3 75 Manuel Thomas 5acres 19089 645 Syeier John lad Dan N K I acre I 60 Wheat Mrs MaapV65 ace 16 IS Walton W Egdn 27 12 acres 1 3 35 Wren Mr NIRCY half acre 6 10 Yates Wan hri 50 cresJ 160 ttnford Color d Alb Ceo 2 ucre 325 Barrow Manuel N R I aore a 4 160 Bright Tobe 8 acres v 16ODrown Dan I acre i Caraoa W A I acre i3 20 CrowEhza 4 acres 3 20 Oow Mary 32 acres credu BOcjbaUace 4J90 CJreat Kate NRlQ acres i220Hayes Will onefourth acre r 6 SO Jackman J S house and lot s 375 Lackey Thomas 27 MKS 4 90 Lackey BtoaddiM 2 aci6 f2 20 Latkey Will I acre 3 75 UllardEdmbnd houSe aad lot 6 70 i Logan Jane 12 acres J 4 85 Logan Maiiah 5 acres t I60 Lytle Bob 2 acres 3 20 Maier Ceo Jr house and lot f 425 Penman John 3acreacdit3 IO bat 3 95 Robjpon Amanda I acre 220 Simpson Millie Macro 160 Simpson Elias 33 sacs 7J 75 Wade Lucy house and lot 3 95 Withers Lucy A house aad jot I Crab OrdiardWMle Barnes Win 2 acte y 2 75 Bobbin F F 5912 acres 990 DelMeyHaay52crts 375 befaney Eliza 45 acres 2 20 Denny A C 24 acres v 320 Dithon Ann and Bertha 40 acre I 50 Holmes D V 190 acres I 38 Hopper Bii141acrn 3 Kekey Lutes N R 87 acref 6 8 iKennedy Ben 62 acres 4 SO Kidd John N R 20 acres I Playoufth Will 10 acres I Turner Mn Walter 73 acres 625 Thompion A J 169jicres 4185 Crab OtdrdCobred4 0 BUnford Julia 4 acres Ir60 Hwnbtr Robt 12 acre 2 9 Rumba Effie I acre 2 40 Nike Georgia 34 acre 226 Slaughter Mattie 12 acre 1 I js I Smith JH N R 112 acres 1 95 Simon Wm 4 12 acres 315 WaynesburgWhiteA- ugwtR A jN R 134 acres 4 S0 Baugh Silas 32 acres 3 00 BUM S M N R 100 acres 450 Bryant Moffic 5 stet 3tB- rrcl Joe acrea4 8S Carrier JL house and lot 3 70 Clark Thomas N R 50 acre 2 S QauachLibertutfOacrcs r 7 Denny W L 30 acres 3 75 Ewes John hri 25 ccs et 275 Falk L C N Raua 4 S- OFuher1C Iacre 6130 Gumea Ceo IS aera 4 Gg Gaseau J H 75 acres 3 75 Gooch Coloacl2aua 4 20 Gooch Cicero hrs 37 acres 215 Clourley Mr Sarah 23 acres 160 Hatch Sarah A 72 acref 625 I Hicks W H N R 107 acrest 3 50 Lkrell Martha 3 acre I 180 McGu cy Mrs D hrs Ajatt 4s6 Montgomery J W Iacme aid let 4 9- 3MoeD M 20 aaes a5 MomEFIOOACret 2O Murphy Edmond 17 acre 7 13 r Noble WCN R 1 16 urn 5 7Q Padgett R D house and lot 5 SO Parka J C N R 92acrtf 3 i5- I Pitman W R house and lot A 5 I Plus Docia 25 acres 195 PrivUt Mrs Ella 1 acre f 215- Reid Ollie N R 4 acts r 3115 ReidElhallacres t I Reid WS 3 acre JtlS Rice W M A N R 20 acres RigaeySam26acret 450 00QDUUOBSearbrougK J H 50acres r 8ds Shoop Ellen 43 cress x r 4iQ Sims D W 20 acaS 4 S Simi Tipton 106 acres y 5J9 Sims W G 20 acreti 3 20 Sisas Hayden 12 12 icresi 4 SMihMrsEva200ure SpradlIiqiCh J N R 45 acres r A9 Taylor ED urn 36 Tru tyCeo Iacre 320 WATeRECNR9acre 135 WatertonGW 40 urn 3 73 Wilcher JB 198 acres H 5S0 Wolverton G W N R37 aCre jj 325 Young Sallie 34 acres 3 25 WayneAurg Colored Boone Pamela 3 aria T I 60- HridonriOe =Wbi Burkett JohnS acres 6 95 CattonJKNRI4aaes 5 170 4 Carter Mr N JS aces 2 95 ComE D I acre 325 DelfGco 7acres 3 50 Deren Howard N R I ice 2 20 Durham BW 54 acres 3 75 toa G W house sad lot 9 85 Everett Frank 50 acres 4 85 lutchiagton W D 20 acre 6 00 McGinn A T NIhnuie and lot 4 50 Miracle A B acres 16 40 Mat 4 acres Ii 3 75 Reynold Mrs Mollie 25acrci 4 00 Rumen G W 14 acre 700 F L hrs 40 acres y 2 20 Spaw Ellen N R 2 acres v 160 Vaught John house and lot 1 3 75 Waggoner Thorns 50 sun 435 Wil berJ W SO acres 3 75 Robt N R 25 sues 6 80 Hujtonville Colored Ritter N Rhoute and foi 410 nttrofli Frank houie sad lotX 8 45 Bar etdHnryland J 3 45 Bright Lucy N R t acre 160 Brown Nathan N R acreY I 60 Brown Frank 1 acre j75 Bruce Robert house used lot and 3 ar 610 Bruce Gill N R 3 acres V 220 CInyd Bettie 2 sues C i60Davit Ed hove and lot Orye Steve houie and lot 49S Durham DnN R 3 aero i 400 Frye Ceo N R 5 acres 4 20 Gilbert Marge 4 acres 4jJ5 GiltUpie Green house and lot x 3 80 Given Sylvia 12 wes 4 00 Gireni Ellen house and lot I 60 Helm James house and lot 3 25 Hocker Mack 34 acre 590 Jonet Henry I acre i4 423 Lodge Rooms by Joe Dtye hone and lot 5 70 Lyon Martha N R house andlot 160 McCorniack Ceo Sr 4 acrW j of 85 McCormack Green 35 acre 5 00 I- McKinaey lung I acre 3 25 McKinney Kate 12 acre 220 McKinney Crmpbell N R house and lot 220 Jim N R house and lot 140 Miller James 25 acres 4 725 Morrland Jennie laae l60 Ow tier Emily Lowe and loti f 12 25 Rife SmithhouKnd lot 435 Rife Laura 2 34acrei 6 20 ShrarsThomat 112 acres 380 Singleton Jewie I acre 1160 Smith Patty lioute Led lot It 2 20 Smith Thoi house and lot 380 Walker The house and lot 485- I Walker Thos 2 acre 485 Welds James House and lot credit Slbal 185 Weatherford Bolin N R howe and lot 1I40 Weatherford Judie 165 T J HILL EtSherif Lincoln County HOME FOR SALE aUQncre divided Into row lot on which Is roomy burn buggy house corn crib etc Goat edonecorneror VhltleyandbIPtaroitreeta rQSURVEYING AND CIVIL LGI NEERING surveytngsttlll be guaranteed and my prices are raft sonable me at MolUnnefor call me over the telephone through the UodonlIIe Exchange WALTKItMoKINNKY B D CARTER New Llverv I Depot Street Phone 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 Harry Jacobs Dealer in and Manufacturer of IJMarble and Cranlto Monu ments Markers and Posts Cemetery and Lawn Vitseannrt Settee OOlim and work Mo Kinney Kr REWARD cdnstderable annoanceanddamagefrom outlaws in breaking gate lateheannd tearing down and destroying jnyuatei on the county road tbnt runs through farm have conoluuud to oITor a reward for Information leading to the conviction of such or persons I wilt therefore give too sum ot ISO for infor pintlon leading to the arrest ami conviction of anyparty or parties that pave broken the latches on any of my Rnt ur that have sawed down ortern dowa any of my on the county road which train Jluitoavlllll turnpIke to the lUlletlgevllleJ- O turnpike tbrougprnyfermi ndI will give- tbeaamenrnount lot Information lending to the and conviction of any party ur iihrtloi who in the future gambit any ot the WftnssmybandthIsZOthda of August I1 1 1- use 1 illnWIdd of 1 t ISOH ustonvilleKyaUndertakers EmbalmersWe par ryan uptodate line orgoods J r rc We Undersell Everybody +tl4f++t+1 +++tt++ Below Cost II OFFER MY ENTIHK OF J f GentsJ It c I 20 00 Cravaiiettea 812 03 18 00 fl 48 16 00 fr tl4 13 00Ii 0 1200u 70 Overcoats820 Overcoats w 81006 j0lr r 008f lacs I1fi 12 50 Jl 10If nl1 80 II Ifj GOO II 3 IS 5 00I r 3tJl 4 00iI r 2110 3 001 i 228 J 2 60 I 1 70 Mens Suits of BestMake 825 00 Mcua Suits t j + 81G 08 22 50fa 1C 48 ft 2000 It 1248 1108ti 18 00It 0 I 15 00 iI 84 13 50 nh1250t1 718 iooo I itG 11 S 000 r IIi u j 00I + 4 Q8- o 7 Ol c 4 68 G 00 M QS 08IBoys Suits I Straight nntlKnlckcrlxSckcrilaiits 8S 00 Boyd Su f 85 48 7 48II oJ 08 fliQ48Or100 2 78 3 00u 228 250 u r 148 2 00If v- HatsLatgesf US Stockin Town 84 00 ToliuB Stetson lists SiU8It3 50 co 278 300 II U 4 U 28- lr2 50 08 2 00II 1 48 r4 60I = 08 1 00If 78 Mens Cashmere and Worsted 0 I Pants r r vvt Duchess Trousers a Gl5 I I 4 + 00i368 3 118 3op t II 240 2 50 s lOS 2 00 V 1 48 Iv50 it 1I 8 BOYS PANTS Straight and Knickerbocker 1lc t68U98 HEAVY FLEECED JLJNDEUWEAR 50c Suality38c 25c quality lOc All Shoes Go Below Cost I Patent Vjci Velem and lurk Metal 85 shoes nt 8338 400 Sliocs at 320 360 abets at 278 300 sbocsat228t r 250 shoes nl K08 200 shoes at 1G8 150 shoes at 110ct f the Ball Band Felts a 4 00 Felts 346 3 lilOIl MJ5Q8 3 00 I v vv24 tt 2jU 108S I f Rubbers 1 I 22 RubbersBall Band I l 88 IIIoE 2 00 II 1 I N 1 U8 r1 75II 41 i 48 Saturday Jan 15 Thirty Days Days I Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank SAM ROBINSONr STANFORD KY The Wintry Blasts May Come And the Rain anti Snow Fall but your stock will keep warm in Nunnel lays New Stocfc Yards Plenty of Covered Pensand Feed 1 I and Water DaySecoudMenday CI fO