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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t i 0 fF v THEr INTERIOP JOURNAL li i YOU XXXVurrb 4 STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 25 1910 r14NOrI 95 1ilireDr J J Metcalfe one of Loutsvill i ISamdead at Mt Sterling Battling Nelson knocked out Eddie Long of Chicago In tho eighth round of a bout at Memphis Former Senator McCroary soys that the Goebel monument would ho jinveil cd February 3d as originally announ ced It Is estimated that there aro about 11000 professional thieves in Now York City Those who steal only whon tho opportunity ta offered havo not been es timated k That Henry Kendall Thaw la a bank rupt and that hts estate Is subject to t tho United States bankruptcy lawn Was held by Referee William D Blair at Pittsburg Undo Sammy SalyorV aged 118 years father of Col L N 11 Saljer of Whltcsburg u dead at his old homo across tha Kentucky border In Wise county Virginia Gov and Mrs J C S Blackbarn and their granddaughter Miss Terete Blackburn Lane have arrived from Washington to make their homo in Woodfprd countywTom TflRRart democratic Nations committeroan of Indiana was acci dentally ahot by his secretary while bunting In Jefferson county Mlssliilp pl He may lose sight of one eye Five persons were killed and fifteen hurt when passenger train No 38 from Chicago on tho Cleveland Cincinnati doIrailed two miles west of Cincinnati Near McQce Mis a Negro Tom Ross ahot and killed three white ofH cers while resisting arrest Ross was himself killed A race riot Is threat- enedo and blacks and whites are arm ing The number of persons killed when four cars of a Canadian Pacific paisen Is ger train plunged down an embankment into tho Icocovered Spanish river varies from 20 to 59 according to lat cit estimates The jury in tho trial of Vincent Alt I man In Chicago brought in a verdict of not guilty Altman was accused t r having exploded a bomb that partly destroyed the central exchange of tha Chicago Telephone Company cd The floods in Franco are exceeding Wall records and aro fast assuming pro portions of a national disaster lIun dreds are homeless and the property damage Is enormous The Selno over flowed Paris and has caused untold out fering among the poor classes The leaders of tho dissatisfied em ptoyes of the Philadelphia Rapid TjSri sit Company have appealed to Gov Stuart of Pennsylvania to exerclao his Influence to bring about the settlement I of their difficulties with the company In HIGHLANDIt Tom Williams sold td John Faulkner one aero of his farm near J Wash Cooks for 80 h- Our working class Would be glad toThesee the weather fair up as they are getting tired of loafing Miss Fannie Young tcacMcrof Locust Grove athool beyond Kings Mountain who lost three weeks of ber school b sickness just before Xmas will finis hla her school Thureday Mr Elmer land teacher of Pleasant Point school closed his school last Friday He too was delayed by sickness William 11 Terry has moved to the old Terry farm near Jumbo Hutchison has move ta his farm onIe I Gilberts Creek recently bought of John In I Moaer Mr Ed Coy has sold hk farm to John W Carrier and moved back to I j Turnersvllle John G Reldhas a Hale i hiIvDave Goodpaster and family of Dour as bon county are spending a few days with his relatives Messrs Spires Hyatt 9and Hutchison Mrs Bessie OfTut oCt Cincinnati spent a few days with who parents here LrP Warfield of CaseY DIIscoAnnie4 week on account of the death of her slater jtas gone back to school at Stan ford A Frightful Wreokthof train automobile or may causecuta br 1sesnbrasloossprnlnlifOI or wounds that mca aiveearth8 greatest bonier ini tz i r1eczceyes or corns Its supreme Surest pr pl1ec re 25o at Penny la Drug Store Tho Federal appointments for Ken tucky are to be settled this week and ar the anxious ones are flocking to Wash pill Ington Judge Lewis Walker is said to that be4n a mood to withdraw DuRelle 1 will be allowed to serve outthe balance of his term and Thatcher will be taken care of 1 1 J 0 IN NFIOHBORINOCOUNTIE- e S Twelve Inches of arrow fell at Pine vllle Dorr Pfrvllt aged 98 la desd On Broaddus Brrfnch Garrard county Wm Peel a wellknown farmer of Anderson county is dead of parnly sis II C Owens has been appointed postmaster at Dudley in Rockcaatle county Smith Bowman was given two years for killing William Goodman in Dell county Sam Pinkston colored was fined 11 0all and ten days In jail by a jury In the po lico court at Richmond for selling half pint ol whisky In a local option town Mrs Kinnaird widow of Squire H Kinnalrd is dead at Lancaster aged 83 She toll a few weeks ego breaking her hip and it Is believed that the shock hastened her death Frank Crabtree who Is charged with the murder of Andy Ramsey was take en to Somerset from Whltloy county and lodged In jail A reward of MOO was offered for the fugitives capture We are not a democrat nor a son of a democrat but wo are truly and thor OUR lily sorry at learning that Will Wai ton had to decide It best to suspend the Lexington Gazette Somerset Repub titan The Controller of the Currency has authorized tho Whitley National Dank of Corbln to begin business with a capital of 125000 John W Hart la t be president E H Steele vice prce dent J K Wilder cashier The dell county grand jury returned 58 Indictments against the Strafcht Creek Coal and Coke Company and the Louisville Nashville Railroad Com pany for not operating a passenger tram on the Straight Creek Railroad The jury in the Gray will case railed to reach an agreement and was dis charged by Special Judgo Waddle It possible thst a special term of coot tand will bo called in March at which the cue will again bo taken up It Is un dontood that six of the jurymen stood for breaking the will and six for BUS raining It Advocate The Republican is In receipt of a let ter from Robert C Saufley at Parker Ariz Tho G A Marsh Real Estate and Mining Co had just been organiz there with Mr Saufley all vfcepres ant and Mr Wm E Robinson secro tary and treasurer The company has been Incorporated under tho G A M Mines Co with capitalization 025 000 Harrodsburg Republican Uncle Jimmy Terry the vcnera ile hackman seldom drives his faith ful horse out of a dew walk and ac cording to policeman John Camden he kept the city from getting a little rev sows frorq a man who had Imbibed too freely The officer loaded the prisoner Untie JlmVnya hack Qtthe depot with tho destination as the police court but the vehicle moved so slowly that the prisoner had time to sober up and the charge could not be held against Somerset Times U Lexington Gazette suspended publication Wednesday after a her fight to make a third dally pay in that city During tho past year the Gazette has been edited by Col W P Walton nf the bestknown newspaper men an tho State and his brilliant and aggreu j slue work was of inestimable benefit tonthe Democratic party We do not al lowour personal fondness for Col Walton to runaway with us when we say that he is unquestionably the most tear just and able writer wo over read We trust ho will soon get back newspaper harness where ho rightfully belongs and where he is needed While sonio people may judge from his rltlngll that he is a badjnan jrom a Creekyet such not case aktnderheartedrnqre honorable gentleman never Ilved Richmond Climax aEFormerInooltat Hamilton county Tennesse a was given a three months sen thewDlstrltt jjlowingordered released his time Including time allowance havlngexplred r atCAbingdon Cotton Mills and John head machinist of tho plant a bloody duel at Huntsville Whitncclcuseda knife slashing Jolly the face Jolly pulled a pistol and one shot Tho bullet peeled No Whltnecka neck Inflicting a obably fatal wound of Work 24 Hours a DayanThe busiest llttlo things over maflo e Or Kings New Life Pills livery Is a sugarcoated globule of hoaltb changes weaknpss Into strength languor into energy brald fag into mentl power curing Constipation tic Headaclie ChlilapyepepsfaMalarial2- 50a at Pennys Drug Store f a tt 1 NEWS NOTES Thn banker convitts Stensland arid Hering were paroled by the Illinois Pardon Board at Joliet The decapitated and mutilated body rjlonlrTho suspension of Roberts Hall Crlsa brokers on the New York Stock Exchange was announced An inves tigation willl be made Two women and a man wero found murdered in an apartment on thee sixth floor of a New York flat Tho heads of throe had been beaten in with a blunt instrument- a The movement to prolong human life was the topic discussed by the various speakers at the morning session of the- Y National Association of Life Insurance Presidents at Washington Trio conference of Governors in Washington determined to meet again this year at some date between Thanks giving and Christmas The gathering will bo in one of tho State capitals U G Walker president and W D Duncan secretary of tho South Cleve land Banking Company which recently tailed for more than 1000000 were indicted by tho grand jury ai Cleveland on the charge of perjury An Indianapolis dispatch saytf An strafe valued at 1000000 Is left entire to a woman known as Elma Dare by the last will of the late George Rhodl us of this city whose marriage to the woman was annulled according to the- o announcement of her attorneys Whilo relating some of his Interest- Ing war reminiscences and attired in his old Confederate uniform E Holmes Boy ono of the leading lawyers of Vir Riots was stricken dead with apoplexy at a Confederate veteran banquet at Winchester Va on Gen Lees birthday He was 70 years old With a warning to all others who might contemplate similar offense Judge Read sentenced Edward Reuter E F Kinley employed by the ileuck Opera House Company oc Cin cinnati to 30 days each for posting im moral pictures of a dancing girl on pri vate property II B Tally a teamster createaa I sensation at Carlisle when fio anD unc ed that he knew tho name of the per ion who killed Hiram Hedges In 1008 during the night rider raids an that ho would disclose the name to the next grand jury which convenes tho first week in February Thomas L Lewis of Ohio was re elected president of the United Min e Workers of America over William of Green of Ohio his only opponent by C4Illinoiswin Perry was chosen secretarytreaa urer without opposition R- After an exciting chase a party of 15 South Christian county farmers ran down and killed a largegray wolf which had been playing havoc among the sheep in that region A pack of fox bounds started the wolf on C L Dados farm and after a long run brought it bay and the animal was shot by Fred Tyler his wdaccepted the demand made by the a Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen or 50 the Order of Railway Conductors for increase in wages and Uniform work ng conditions according to a state of made by WG Lee head of the trainmen Attorneys for the Commopwealth in hesult to prevent thq merger of th a lerhoattorneys for tho L N that who t the argument on the motion for the right to xpend 31000 for new bridge- on the rC is begun they will mak motion to have a received appointed G for the F C Wllliamdied at Phoenix Ariz Fri He was the youngest memberof f family of three brothers and wa at Carbondale Pa in 1863 II educated in law but abandoned profession on account of 111 health Mrs IJrothera thb most of that fortune In prosecution of diGovernorCovington this week The day of tho ho not been annonnced Those Pies Of Boyhood How delicious wore the pies or boy She hood No pies now over taste so and good Whats chanted the pips Its you Youve lost tho strong and livertboboyhood Yourdlpestton Is poor d you blame the food Whats by needed A complete toning up by Electric Bitters of all organs of dig gestlon Stomach Liver Kidneys Bowels Try them Theyll teeters your Boyhood appetite and apprecta n of food and fairly saturate yotTr body wlttx hew bdaltb strength sad vigor GOo ai ednys Drug Store t rt L IIPPPMIPMPPtPPIPPIMP MPAPMIPM PPPPPPPPPPiPPMPPAP1MtPPI i iMMPAOt 1MPhPPMPPPPaPubR1N IWVWVVV VO rNit f VyWVf + 2 f I f f 1tt r j 4 rti I w 4 i I i Z I 4 Ii I s NOW GOES tcJJ z I AT COST sI L v 4 2 z IfZ i vtrr Nftw isThe Time To BugiF n Cummins Sc WeareuyE i iJ ai STANFORD KENTUCKY il t 4PlMPP1PMPPPPPPMRMPPPPPPPPIties + 11 er1 +ffA iAiVr VV iff of s e Vi MPPPPMPPMPRPPPMMPIPPPPIP Canada as Seen by a Former Lincoln County Man gettingdWe ate having line weather as any one need toask for up here Have fine clear sunshiny days about 16 to 20 above zercuand at night gets down about zero We had about two weeks real cold weather the latter pert of November and the first of De It was around 20 to 25 below but clear and still all the time andvery dry no rains or aleet I sold city property and have moved on the farm Wo are only four miles from the city One cannot conceive what Is going on In this Northwestern Canada Unless he Is here awhile and sees it for himself There are so many Americans coming over here I had the pleasur- et Nov 8 of hearing Hon W J Bryan speakatCalgary and he remarked In speech that ho never knew why it as that he could not be elected Preai of tho United States until he made trip through Canada and found over per cent of the people were from the United States and that they must evidently all be democrats The mayor our city is an American by birth He introduced Mr Bryan We are handling lots of cattle along My part ner Mr Well is in Kentucky now fore couple of months I will write a long tter for yout paper ipmeitlme Yours truly TES PATRIMONIAL r Daisyertwlll t on Thursday ACMadan Alai John Winter and Misq Susie Summer were joined heart and band I Clarence Combs aged 19and Miss Ethol Alfrayi 17lelopedfromMt SteN marriedoJudge Anthony ujnamt of Richmond announce engagement of their daughter Misa Esther Burnam to Mr Warfield Cray Bennett of Richmond The wed ng will take place February 8 at the of Miss Burnams parents James Braqkett aged 28and Miss Sada Ferrill 17 were united heart and iandat thehome of the bride Sunday Is a daughter of Mr Ben Ferrill is an exceedingly pretty and popular girl The groom Is an industrious efveryoung man of the Moreland section A gift of l000000 has been refused the six lending Jewish charitable inatituyons of New York City The conditlona of the gift which formed a partrif the Will ot the late Lewis A HelnBchelmer a partner in the firm of Kuhn Loeb Co stipulated that the beneficiaries form a federation for col Theytoreflieecl 4 Cbe Lincoln County national dank Of Stanford Kentucky 5QOOO99SurplResources r 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT v WM BRIGHT CASHIER JB PAXTON CASHHCHVYS FOSTER CLERK f Diaeoroftsi J B nfordJohn t kin TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preacher vilJe Lilburn Gooch Gilbert Creek FIRST NATIONAL BANK 4s STANFORD KENTUCKY I r ORGANIZED IN 1882ij CAPITAL STOCKI50000r f SURPLUS EARNED QOOOt t r J f HASlP4ID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 i Combines AbjoIutelSafety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Depoiif Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account f s OFFICER J S Hocker President S T Harris ViceIJresldenl John J Mcftoberts Cashier H pfi nghman AsstCashr WWSaundere Bookkeeper DIRECTORS s fMH C Baughman J F Cummins ST Harris no C Robinson- W B OBannon J S Hooker O E Tale ta j- r r r J J FOR ALL KINDS OF- Machine Needles SlantL ties and Bandsto I CALL ON L L 5AUNDERS y Crab Orchard Itr N The Interior Journal IECo WALTON HON HARVEYTHELM- ott Lincoln county lea candidate for reo nomination for iron the Eighth dUtrlcttubJect to the action of the demo cratic party 0 t DIED OF A BROKEN HEART NEWS of the death of Arthur Gaebe I will fill with sorrow all who loved his brother William Goebel and admired the deceased for his many manly traits for his wonderful devotion to his broth ers memory and his uncompromising determination to ferret out punish those guilty of his assassination either by act or conspiracy That he did so rfewhonest men will deny but the work of nearly ten years went for nau when a partisan governor pardoned the assassins The blow seemed to break his spirit and destroy his health and he has never been a well mansince His one object In life was gone an completely broken down he sought rest and recuperation in the far West unhappily i in vain Death had marked him and he has gone to meet that broth er he loved so dearly here beyond the grave 4 The life and sacrifices of Arthur Goe bel were pathetic in the extreme He c the after his brothwas never same man ers assassination a natural smile sometimes illuminated his countenance but a hearty laugh never escaped him His mind seemed to dwell on his fear ful loss and his one object seemed to be to avenge it only through the forms of the law It was u fearful tempta tion for him not to shoot down even in the courthouse the ones Ke knew were guilty of firing the shot which killed his brother or of conspiring to the heinous act He restrained him self however and bythe irony of fate goes hence while those who killed his brother are permitted to encumber the earth Viewing all the facts connected with the horrible crime and Arthur Goebels ten years of selfsacrifice i almost makes a man doubt the justic- of e God Almighty that he should di and the assassins live Arthur Goebel was as gentle and as kindly in disposition as a woman and although his sorrow had made him taco iturn to a great degree he was loved by all who knew him as a devoted broth er a true friend and the highest type of a gentleman The unveiling of Gov Goebels stat ue at Frankfort which has been in po sition for more than a year has been three times postponed on account of Arthur Goebeld illness and now when the day is set for February 3 it will be unveiled without his presence May God reward his sacrifice and devotion and curse in deepest hell through all eternity every one connected with the diabolical crime which ended the life of his brother the friend of the grea common people and drove him to an untimely grave Over Gov William Goebels grave the shaft should bear the inscription Died at the hands of assassins over Arthur Goebels should be inscribed in himpenishable granite Died of a Bro The fiends are guilty of the murder of each That both are dead and only a scapegoat punished is the travesty of travesties of justice and shows the patience of a longsuf t fering people and the mercy ofan avenging God SENATOR THOMAS A COMBS of Lex- Ington succeeded after great trials and many tribulations in getting the County Unit bill referred to the ComE mittee on Religion and Morals will proceed at once to put jt to sleeptThe parliamentary tactics by him enabling him to do so were well a executed but we nave a suspicion that the Senator will regret his act before he is older The Jwantthey can and will be much incensed if by such hocus pocus they are denied the a privilege The State Jaurnal is making a strong fight for fairness in the mat ter but we fear it is against too great oddstA RESOLUTION providing that each member of the Senate bo provided at the cost of the State with the Cincinnati Enquirer CourierJournal Louis ville Herald and Lexington Herald was adopted by that body This species of petty graft ought to be denounced by every other paper in the State The tax payers jshould just as well be called on to pay the boardof the Legislators as for their papers A singular fact is that both of the Frankfort papers were excluded from the list although theyC print more Legislative matters than most of the other papers WIT the price of cotton hosiery and underwear 60 per cent higher than a year ago the manufacturers say they will raise the price 25 per cent more in order to got some profit out of the business Tho AldrichPayne tariff is responsible If prices for hosiery con tinue to soar it may come to pass that the barelegged girl will be the rule in i Btead of the exception AN arrnjeBS tpn man is under oughtIfactum as we lawyers say L- 1 BOYCOTTING THE MEAT TRUST The very high prices of meats in the cities caused by the trust forcing them up has created a general boycott against the use of meats in some sec tions Over 11000 people m Cleveland 0 have agreed to eat no meat until the prices come down A great many of the cities are following suit and the move promises to take on large propor tions Our people eat too much meat any way Once a day and a banding to gather for the free entering into this country of cattle from Canada and Mex ico would produce the desired results In both of these countries beef pork rout ton dairy products and bread stuffs also ore much lower than hero and there is a great surplus of each That the tariff Is responsible in a largo mcas ure for tho high prices in this country- t is shown in the fact that living is 25 per cent more costly at Detroit for in stance than in Canada from which it is divided by a narrow river anddas House but the Senate seems disposed toI vote against New Mexico on account of the character of its population Should both territories be admitted we shall have 48 States an i then there will be only Alaska Porto Rico Panama the Philippines and Guam though it will be a long time before some of them are fitted for American States if ever SENATOR ROOTS bill to pension Mrs Cleveland at 5000 a year calls atten tion to the long neglected action when the wives of other presidents vice pros idects and some generals are provided for as soon as the deaths of their husbands occur If the fact that Presi dent Cleveland was a democrat is the cause of the delay it is most discredit ableIA sILL has been introduced In the Virginia Legislature prohibiting the j playing of football under the heaviest penalty This is the result of a conple boys getting killed in a game over radicaltbill will not pass Football is all right ruleseeliminating the brutal featuresITim Louisville st uses as a headline Headless body of a dead woman found There Is nothing strange about that The wonder would have been if her head was off that she was not dead Killed in a fatal accident may yet come into use in that paper A CALIFORNIA physician says that porterhouse steak will cure rheuma tism If this were the only remody none but rich folks could take the cure The poor at the prices of such steak prevailing in the cities would have to grin and endure lOUR friend Pitman of Boyle wants to make housebreaking a capital of willtbreak into a house will commit mur der if caught in the act and It is probably on this principle that Mr Pitman is proceeding POLITICAL It tost James J Storrow 103250 to make the race for mayor of Boston and he did not win The Indian appropriation bill carry ing approximately 9000000 was to have deed repotted Friday Charles W Bryan says that his brother William Jennings Bryan is in no sense a candidate for president again Congressman Johnson has Introduced- a bill providing 50000 for tho purchase a site for a public building to be erected at Elizabethtown He also of a bill appropriating 50000 for of a building at BardstownIin effect will turn oVer to State any government land chiefly theI for use In the development power The plan Is the result of conference between Senator Carter I and Western Governors The Senate Committee on Irrigation will report a bill providing for a 830 t bond issue to complete irriga projects The committee was in session late Saturday working on details of the bill which Is to be In line with President Tarts recommendations I Which shall it beCaleb P or Don C7 That is the absorbing question in the Eleventh now and before the cam paign is over somebody is going to tell something on somebody that everybody wants to hear Watch look and listen the guns are trained and ready for ac tion Somerset Times At a conference with Chairman Foss the House Commiteo on Naval Affairs and Representative Roberts of Massachusetts member of the committee President Taft announced that he favored a provision for two new bat tleships of the improved Preadnaught or all big gun type in the forthcom- Ing naval appropriation bill lIon W H Shanks Lincoln countys representative has offered the following bills To establish tho Kentucky School for the Deaf and the Kentucky School for the Colored Deaf at Dan villa providing Board of Commission ors defining powers and duties opera printing 20000 and 2500 annually and 140 per annum for each child while in the institutions Creating board for examination and registration of trained nursesru iw or Claims t A N D CollectedINO CHARGES MADE WE COLLECT WE COLLECT WHERE FAILI MAYS COLLECTION AGENCY WOODSON MAY Mgr Somerset n KentuckyI ExSenator George W Shadoan of BeckIhamtucky and though a republican he is for him It is probable that Mississippis Sena tonal deadlock will be broken before this week is out Dispatches say that a will be decided on to make tho tight against Gov Vardaman Secretary of the Interior Ballinger made a speech before the Good Gov ernment Club at Williamstown Mass in which he bitterly attacked muck rakers and pennya liners and de fended his own course Albert S White the colored Louisville attorney has received communi cation from Washington signed by a number of friends there that he will more than likely be appointed by Presi dent Taft as Minister to Hayti The republicans mustered their en 1ellmlnatfng ting committee The House first voted down an amendment offered by Mr Clayton of Alabama substituting Ran ey for Lloyd who announced that he would not serve John W Holland of Shelby county introduced in the House a bill which if enacted will repeal the Sullivan school law consolidating school districts Mr Holland says that the main objection on the part of his to the Sullivan school law is that It makes it possible for a Negro to serve as a member of the board of trustees of a white school Further objection to the measure is that it centralizes the power to appoint teachers taking that poWEr- I away from the trustees representing j the different school distri- ctsHENRY WATTERSONS PAPER i Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR I ONLY SI50 Few people In the United States have not beard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all things fair Jn all things clean tDal1 things It U esientlalty ramble paper By aapeclal arrangement we are enabled to fIter the WEEKLY COUB1EROOUNAL one year and this paper for the price named above Bend your lubscrlptloa for the com binatlon to nenot tc the Coorler Jour I tatv olfebtftn I s UNLESS OTHERH conservative constituents PARKERS HAIR DALSAM Clnuuri 11 tnutina the tula Inxnotrf ft IvsurUnt growth Orq1aIrCum gaRutui h Auctioneer I I over my tervlce to tho people of tin train county as an nucllonror Hntl fnrtlon gunruntccU II W MeWHOUTKIt- Morclnml Kyll H U No 1- llcildence Turnorsvlllo Stock of Merchandise for Sale deitre to tell prlmtcly mjr stock of Ore c rlennd Hardware Dolnit n good butt new Will Invoice about 1= 2OX Reason III health CEO DHOlIKHHtnnfordCKjr FARM FOR SALE OR RENT Contains 110 item belt tobacco land tn W1I1IliellU R DRAWNER McKinney K- yTRIBBLE PENCE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 I Night Phone 133 Stanford Kontuclty FARM FOR SALE I aA No 1 farm of 145 acre Houio has four nnd a good cistern There to a good tirn nnd abundance of stock water This land li about half Vlrvln loll adapted to hay torn wbcnt oats hemp mind tobacco II all In gran except about lu acre and Ion the pike neargood churches and depot and bla good orchard and out boueaLock Ilox 181 Htanfonl Kentu- ckyCLEMENS HOTEL J L ELKIN Iror DANVILLE KENTUCKY Large airy outside rooms Commercial travelers a peolaU Hpvclal rates by week or month The proprietor is o former Ltn coin countyman nnd hit frlendt ibould re member him when Hopping In lilt town NOTICE I Insure your Tobac co and Tobacco Barns in the West End In surance Agency Get your policies written right in a good company by W J CAMPBELL Ilustonvillc Ky u We Have ReceivedI A Carload of Buggies direct From the Factory I Clean and frost all 1910 styles We will repre ecnt four factories nnd kindly risks a share of your patronage Com in find look at our stock ahd is make selections I will have them finished accord ing to specifications na our limited space will not allow n larger stock como early aluttl u W IL HIGGINS 1 Stanford KentuckyI RURAL TELEPHONESMR FARMER Make your homo as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to got tho latest market quotations- at any time This can he accomplished by means of our telephone service which you nnd your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Toxin for information regarding our special Far mere Lino rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we KentuckyfennC8BCeMisaiseippi EAST TENNESSEE TEL TEL CO INOOBPOBATBD I 4- isi J + tCr 2 a e 1 flEAflYFor i Owing to an unprecedent ed good early Fall trade We sized up pretty well again in Dec Consequently our stock is in BETTER CONDITIO- NII usual at this season of the year to supply your needs We have all kinds of lccRlweCILr I I from a babys soft sole at 25c to a 20 inch high top shoe at 750 boys and mens suits Overcoats Raincoats Slickers underwear suit cases gloves and hats at H J McJROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY t I EEiEa EetaaaE S E GcG L Penny R 11 Coffey E II Coleman m 1mThe Cod Preparation Without OilIs a most t mm4 t v I Sold under a Guaran O f tee at m ar m PENNYS DRUG STOREm Stanford Kentucky EIAmerican Wire t Fencer i GEORGE HM FARRIS Stanford H B NORTHCOTT Dealer in Live and Dressed Poultry Eggs Ice Coal Wool Hides Furs Salt Lime Gin seng and Feathers PHONE 35 LANCASTER KY t r BRANCH HOUSE fTclcpboueH NORTHCOTT Stanford j r h f St- I 250 yards Hamburg K lge and Insertions5c I 500 yards UamUurg Edge and Insertion Some convent patterns in this J IIot 10c 1000 yards Hamburg Edge and Insertion includgcs showy patterns 6 to 8 Inches wide Also net cflccls I 19c flOO yds 15inch Flouncing very showyand pretty regular price 25 to 35c 1SEVERANCE SON STANFORD I JTheInterior Journal STANFORD KY JAN 25 1910 t t SOME great bargains in box paper are being closed out to mako room for new stock at Pennys Drug Store m PERSONALS MR FRANK LEE ofMlddleaboro was hero Saturday MR J H BROWNING of Livingston was In town yesterday MR EMMETT COOLY spent several l days at Brodhead with friends 1 MR W C PATRICK has moved fro the Maywood section to Casey SENATOR R L HUDDLE has gono to Atlanta with a bunch of mules HonN to tho wife of James House of Garrard asonJames Home Jr BORN to the wife of John J Carter of llallq Gap a nlno pound daughter WM COOPER of Pulaski county was here Sunday en routo to Lancaster courtMRS E C WALTON Is spending a few days with her sisters and brothers at Nashville TUB good news comes from Huston vlllo that all tho sick folks in that end t are improving ROUERT HARDINO WATERS of St Louis spent several days with his moth er Mrs Rhoda Waters MR BEDELL CUANCELLOR is visiting his daughter Mrs M E Pruitt at Burnside for a few days MR jArs T MENEFEE who Is trayt telinlt out of Cleveland 0 spent le- vf days with his parents here 1bin J II BRIGHT is quite III at tho home of his sonin law C H Carter of tho McCormack church section MRS T W JONES went to Walton Friday to attend the burial of her grandmother Mrs Lafayette Johnion- MR J S RICE who has had a vous trouble for some time is beln treated at Popes Sanitarium Louis vide Mn HARRY JACOBS of McKinney Is in Nashville attending tho Southern Union Conference of the Seventh Day + Adventists MR AND MRS IIARRY MCCORMA- Cand little eon Edwin from Armstrong sister Mrs JMo are visiting their f M Carter Jr t CHARLES L DAWES has moved his I family from the Baughman cottage on Mill Street to the Helm residence on f Somereet pikeS- ENATOR U L HUDDLE Represen tative W H Shanks and DoorkecpeJ T Embry spent Saturday and Sunday with the homofolks here MR SAM OWENS of Lincoln county was the guest of his sister Mrs Dr J M Owens this week Mr Owens is one of Lincolns most substantial farm I ers and always receives a glad welcome hereSomerset Times MESSRS HERBERT REYNOLDS and Virgil McMullfn teacher from Wayne burg and Misses Fannie Young Erie Young Zora Baugh Birdie Brown and Maude Brown of the sime section left I yesterday to enter the State Normal at Richmond jMR D N WILLIAMS Is very much a improved Mrs Willis Adams left last week for Kansas to visit her sons Ly tlo and Jack We are glad to report R T L Bray almost recovered from an at tack of pneumonia Attorney J W Brown A B Furnlshand ye editor attended the Masonic banquet at Stanford on dne day evening Stanford Lodge No 60 certainlydid the proper thing In tho entertainment pf their gue UMt Version Signal FISH oysters celery cranberries I Saturday Geo II Farris 1 I HARRY JACOBS the McKinnny monu ment man placed a handsome Chester granite headstone over the grave of Mr T MGoodknicht In Buffalo Cem every It weighed 4600 pounds THE young people of the church at Crab Orchard will have a canI dy pulling at tho Cover Hotel in that little city Friday night next 28th The will to tho church bodllnvitedIWITJI tho hands W court houso in this entire section hearing completion a graded school good enough for even as good a city as Stanford and the promise of a Federal building wouldnt a new depot look good Lets try to get one FOR SALEA secondhand top buggy This office I PIANO FOR SALE Square varietyI Will soil cheap Apply at this office TURK suites of rooms in tho Od Fellows building for rent Apply t Ed Wilkinson THOSE indebted mwillplease call and settle at once Miss Ella May Saunders milliner IFMIXED cannel block coal the very best IGc per bushel delivered In town J II Baughman Co WANTED to buy a good Lincoln coun 3OmKy STABLE FOR RENT Has three stalls loft etc Located on street and con venient for use Mrs L B Cook Stanford WANTEDThreegood solicitors In each county Good proposition Ad dress G W B 4GI Rose street Lexington Ky TALK with moboforo buying a typo writer and see sample at my home T A Brackett local agent for Standard Typewriter Exchange Now York FEED Iroceaoil or linseed meal to your milk cows horses and chickens Price 2 25 per 100 Besl substitute for good pasture J H Banghman Co BARGAIN 257 710 acre farm abo Ova miles from town on good pike 1 milo from school church and store 100 acres floe tobacco land Nino room brick residence 240barrel crib shed granary silo barns etc Fencing Rood and place well watered Nin never falling springs cement troughs etc In a splendid neighborhood Stan ford Real Estate Co Morq names and see If you think the county beI man J R Catlett It L Rubble t- iE V Dowling C W Mathers J F RysItn atji II and Nagel are the republican member MR L C GOOCH ofMr Hunley Gooch of the Southern Endof Llncolr i is one of the foremost lumber dealers in the State He is located at Bowling Green and is president of an Immenro lumber concern which is proving a good thing to thoso who have stock in it The company does a big business and last year which was an off ono in the lumber line It declared a dividend of 15 per cent There are more than 1i00000 feet of lumber on the yards now and several saw mills are kept busy supplying tho demandITUB CovlngtOo correspondence of the CoudecJournalcontklned tho following concerning a wellknown Lincoln coun ty man John Dillon received a letter from Ed C Hopper who is known to every lover of the horse in Kentucky and who has always been identified with the Latonia track Ed says that ho doesnt know that he will ever comeback to Kentucky said Mr Dillon His daugter has married and gone to the Phillipplneeho just had n cable from her saying that sho and her hue bend had safely landed at Manila ho is running the track at Oakland and if ho can find something to keep him busy out thoro when tho racing is over ho Will remain on tho coast Ed will be greatly missed in Kentucky for ho is very popular here STEPHENS Mrs PStephens aged 69 died at the home of her daughter Mrs E L Rcinhart at 6 oclock Sunday morning Sho had been con fined to her bed since Oct 8 and all during that time Mrs Reinhnrt had been constantly at her bedside Besides Mrs Rolhhart Mrs Will Scott of Danville is left to mourn the loss oCI a loving and indulgent mother Her husband died somo five years ago and after funeral services at her late home by Rev J J Dickey at 2 oclock yesterday afternoon her remains were laid rest by his ejde in Buffalo cemetery Deceased was a devout member of the Methodist church and a moat excellent woman Sho boro her sufferings with remarkable fortitude and was willing and ready when tho final summons came A good mother has gone to her reward may her splendid example bo emulated 1 i Js C With the Fad Stains You in the Face That Cotton is high and any article we offer you In which cotton goes into the construction cant be produced at any ways near the same price typu should be up and doing to take advantage of these special January offerings I w KY ILOCALS 0 D HOLTZCLAW has opened a coal ynrdjit Rowland CAn Northern White oats just In J II Hougrman Co r- dRoLLER SKATES otl per pair Calla on Clalborno Walton FOR KENT Offie Ianthe INTEKIOU JOURNAL building Apply at this of ice IF you are looking I frfresh oysters and celery go to J D Mortons reatau rant PLEASE bring my rug back and get the One you left at my store J R Nowland Port 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 THE store belonging to G W Ellison near Wayncsburg was burned last week entailing a loss of 1600 No insurance ALL parties having claims against the estate of Dr L D Cook are directed to present them properly verified to my attorney P M McRoberts at once Mrs L B Cook administratrix FOR RENT FOR 191020 acres of good land Including residence and out buildings On Hanging Fork in Lincoln county Half of this land will grow Apply to Stanford Real tEstate Co L R Hushes Secret tartSTHE K C due here at Or M did not arrive Saturday night but came flying in at 11 oclock Sunday morning- e The engine overturned in a tunnel near Lowell and tho engineer and mail clerk were slightly hurt The engine and baggago car were badly wrecked LASNDW three- o small tracts of unimproved land for sale at a bargainone 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 one tract or all Terms to suit pur chaser Apply to Hughes Swine broad Lancaster Ky a- IN a letter from Mr T P Hill of Buffalo Wyoming in which ho sent a check for his paper to April 1911 he says We can not do without the I J it Is better than a whole bunch of letters from homo Everything Is prospering with mo My health is bet ter than for years and my wife is positively the youngest woman in Wy omlng My oldest boy Burton is at the University of Nebraska My youngest Tom is in tho high school here and both are doing well and more than that are fine manly fellows who have given us Nothing but joy all their lives MR JAMES FRYE formerly of Hus tonvillo but now of Tulia Tex writes I enclose copy of ad please Insert for two weeks Please send me a bill at once and include subscription to the Truest snd Best for another year Our children have been robed on tho INTERIOR JOURNAL and I attribute their good looks and good manners to their mother and that paper I would cer tainly bo glad to see some of my good Lincoln county friends get some of tho profits that are sure to come from an investment in this rich Panhandle land The prize taken at the Omaha Exposition was hotly contested for wheat and oats from most every State in the Un ion A given amount of this wheat made into flour made a loaf of bread measuring 168 cubic Inches and the nearest competitor measured only 156 cubic inches and our loaf was pro nounced to bo the quintessence of good bread CHURCH MATTERS A new Baptist church is to be built Somerset at a cost of 25000 Saturdays Louisville Times contained a splendid picture and a lengthy writeup of Rev II C Morrison a former pastor of the Methodist church hero He is now in tho Philippines Wo are truly that the Lexington Gazette W P Waltons paper has been forced to suspend As an ed itor Mr Walton is a live wire thing he writes is highly entertaining paperl I We deeply regret the suspension cf the Lexington Gazette edited by Col W P Walton We considered It the best edited afternoon paper in Ken tucky London Democrat FOR SALE I MuttonvlllopnrUcularHusonvllle Ky J J BELDEN for House and PaperlfangloRGunandLocksmithlug JJ BKLDBN Stanford Ky FARM FOR SALE My farm of C7 acres of good land well im provedwell watered and Jeneed la tpr ale IntbeoutbulldlbglABTQN1t y FOR SALE I lover Hotel at Grab Orchard also tore adjoiningrooma All necessary outbuildings MIWOmiTJHdOVKK Ornb Orchard Ky The Great Texas Panhandle loch land U the tams of nil wealth Tin latest Investment mid the surest money umkerls rich funning land God is still resting on the scventn day lie Is not PanbnndluIr settlement In this country Fortunes will thuoIlindalnwill KO no further when they see It Hwlsh 01Iboplnlnest Mud no clearing or grubbing no Hoods or cyclones High altitude delightful cli mate A proven wheat country First prise awarded oar wheat and oats at the NebrPlkRs JAM EH FnYE Mae TcLIACOIUIEU OIAL Ctrn- TutlaHxvisher County Texas = lioy 1 UnJ nideasnd 11 Wool Feather Tallow Beetwax Ctreeog- Golden5ealtYefecRoo r M rppl Wild Ginger etc We tn detleri wtd ie JDSGorer Law a antugin Lap att e=mad caadobeUerfrJOli tyitr U a ttnuumaa nercKuti u But Io LouimDa Writs for wUjceJiochlipeiD81a S LMs Sabel Sons i 219 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY 80 YEARS- EXPERIENCE n TRADE MARKS DESIGNS rljtjmcralcLoIUI1ontloni a sent free Oldest envy for ecurUiir patent recelvspetalScientific Jlm N an Ahandsomelyiilotrateiweelir Ijireeat rlr cuUUon of any solentino journal Tenns 13 a part- mcootmFSL fonrraontlis L BoMlijull nawttlMlen JJraocb asblaylNYQfk POSTED urlcUyforbidpassing on our placollind will prosecute vi olators to the full extent of the law DroIrdIlunimerWillJW UauRhman J W Peck J IS Itruco David Htevens John Cnmonlicb WluOordler Dun Traylor M D Klinorc HandorfJKiulsAJ gunWRev Father IA O Dr G O lerr IlnugunmnUriahMrs Margaret Uooeh Jacob slander TraylorHam HermannKTUOwdeyHtT ItJIOrQwlIIrlAnderson Oarr Anton Honcckor VonOrucnigaiT nterVJohn H Lot D Hevlcrs FerrlllWAlex Oooper J Ncvln Carter WelchHOAndersonius Gelszl T A Rice Heuben Curtis Chris lamenlsob RpoonauionIVJOrIl1l61JJlIoltzclaw H K lames Uri Mottle White KeetonJaW 98c For a Bolt of Long Cloth 1 r 10cTFor all Calicoes undWhite Linen finish Suitingstfast colors 10c For a Bolt of G yards Torschon Lace 350 For a fine 45 inch French Nainsook t L 11 Hughes T W Humble W O Martin i 20 Per Cent Off 20 per cent off on any Shoo in our house We have themY in Tans Patents Vicis Ox Blood Gun Metal EtcAll styles l I r and sizes Tops in Gray Blue Green Black Etc Will also Bill any Oxfords at exactly cost This is strictly h cash proposition W c also have n nice line of Shirts Ties Etc for men Also f represent two of the best Tailoring concerns in the country and q guarantee Fit Quality and Price I tI HUGHES MARTIN co Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY r rUST Received BIG SHIPMENTOF Oliver Chilled Plows and Repairs W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky Tinipg Plumbing Heating a Dont let 1010 pass without having hot and cold water through your house with a beautiful w- hitePorcelain t Bath Outfit Have W K WARNER to install your country water works with reasonable prices and guarantee We also carry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS Roofing and Roofing Paints i Call andsee tie WIK WAR NERf- StanfordIi I V W MCARTYPres E C WALTON Pres L R HUGHESS T Stanford Real Estate Co tf Stanford Kontticlly I Farms and Town Property Handled on Comniisieu Stooks a11lllllJoa Sold If you Have Property to Sell orRent Notify usaw Writs lor Circular to L R HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky i The lnterior Journal V J ltered in the Poet Odica at Stanford at tpeondciaae matkr L at N TIME TABLE No n South 111 M r x NoS South 1osS AM No 4 North 440 A M Not North 619 r M No r 10t9 AM No25 240 P x JOS S RICE Agent A S PRICESurgeon Dentist aTANFORD KENTUCKY Once over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Buildi- ngMASONS MEET =Lneoln Lodge No eo FJt AM will meet M stated communication on each first rind Iblrd Monday nights of each month at 790 clock la their hall on main streeet stan lord Ky Members of sIster lodKes are fra ternnlly Invited to be present T W Pen atcton Beo fall and Winter Stock r Save your measure taken by a tailor of ex perience Then your clothes whethera low price business suit or the finest evening Mknwlll have that Individuality and nt wkich plainly Indicate they were made to a measure I i for extra troueenlolancyytoeatam motet and overcoats aaiaplea on hand ready for your Inspection II ORUPLKY The Tailor Stanford Jft CUT FLOWERSJFOR SALE I Join furnish the public with the best as well os the freshest of cut flowers plants of a3 kinds bulbs potted flowers on short 2dtee Also make a specialty of wreaths In tor funeral purposes rr connection with the above I have all Ukdiof vegetables on hand at reasonable rtc s 0I1R18T IAN GREEN HOUSES ED HUHUAHD PBOU Stanford Ky JsWures TobaccoJand Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance JesseJD WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 84 Office 96 Insure with me and be fully protected CONCRETINGrwsroin ntlag such as lllock Work Pavements alln fact we can make any tromp- Hasmedowntoatenco post we can serve nor promptly and guarantee flr tclass pricecPHILLIPS BROS Stanford K- yINSURANCE R B MAM01SY Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Lighting Fire Tornado lifeLive StockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis count JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm err Also Dealers in Fur aitureJMattingaRug They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right i STANFORD KENTUCKY JC McClary JrtxJertakefvEmbalmer and Ve Ier IriHarnese Saddler STANFORD KY A i FboaeClW SJBora Phoneys J t FARMERS DEPARTMENT Eggs are selling at 35c per dozen InI DanvilleFity ewes for sale W E Moss Lancaster M S Baughman bought of James McKechnio a mule for 170 D Tucker bought in Boyle a carload of hogs at 7J to 8c lie also bought a jack for S450 D B Fox SR will stand a Jersey bull near Bowen Station at 1 tile season in advance Mack Hughes of Danville sold to James Whiteside of Gallatin Tenn three horses for 625 G Nat Pettit sold to Charles F Winslow his 217 acre farm in Fayette county on the Georgetown pike for 515000 Twentyfour of the 74 fine Holstein cows bought for the Asylum at Lexing ton had to be killed on account of tu bercoloais FOR SALETwo coming twoyear old mules and two coming threeyear olds Josiah Anderson Stanford R F D No4 R H Crow of the Shelby City sec tion is worried over the loss of a fine weanling by a son of Star McDonald lIe thinks the colt would have sold readily for 500 There came to my placd about Dec 15 a boar hog Not marked except his tail its cut close Ownercan get him by paying 50c for this notice and his keep D Broughton Crab Orchard I HAVE an eightyearold wagon team for sale Also a five year old 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 Thomas W Lawson is again in Ken tucky to consult with the Burley Tobacco Society as to the formation of a 50000000 Peoples Tobacco Trust with which to fight the American Tobacco Company Dunbar Barnes Russell county poultry dealers reached Columbia last Thursday with 217 geese which they drove to this place from Ell Russell county They were two and one half days on the road The geese averaged eight pounds Adair News LANCASTER CouRTThere were about 250 cattle on the Lancaster mar ket yesterday and the demand was good Light yearlings sold at 4Jcj heifers 32 to 4c Butcher stuff was brisk at 3 to 3Jc Mules were in great demand and sold at 175 to 225 If every man in Pulaski county was as enthusiastic over stock as Mr J B Gibson certainly there jrould be a rev olution in affairs of the county Mr Gibson has a little farm within the titV limits and keeps nothing but the best bred cattle and hogs on it Somerset TimesAfter hearing the committee of the Burley Tobacco Society it is probable that the Department of Justice will take no action toward the dissolution of the organization There are many con flicting reasons it is said which make the officials hesitate to bring action it being held that affirmative steps would lay the government open to the charge of playing into the hands of the socall ed Tobacco Trust BARGAIN 354 acres of good land of which 100 acres is bottom land eight room dwelling two good stock barns new tobacco barn 30x96 Ice house buggy house two corn cribs etc two good cisterns the whole farm being well watered well fenced and lavs 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 Napoleons Grit was of the unconquerable aever say die kind the kind that you need most when you have a bad cold cough or lung disease Suppose troches couph syrups cod liver oi lor doctors have all fatted dont lose heart or hope Take Dr Kings New Discovery Satisfaction is guaranteed when used for any throat or lung trouble It has saved thousands of nopeless sufferers It masters stubborn colds obstinate coughs hemorrhages la grippe croup asthma hay fever aud whoopingcough and is the most safe and certain remedy for all bronchial affections 50c 81 Trial bottle free at Pennys Drug- Store Louis L Williams ofBoonvillc Mo former judge in Alaska during the Cleveland Administration was found dead In bed at the American Hotel at that place Heart disease is given as the cause of death cent mylife and I accord it the credit which it deserves and manta5ira Ada Hopkins of Coldwater Mich Hyomei is guaran teed by G L Penny to cure catarrh coughs colds croup or sore throat 1 for complete outfit LawyerAm I o understand that your wife left your bed and board Uncle EphraimNot xactly boss She dun tuk mah bed an bod alon wif her The new Waverly Hotel and bath house at Hot Springs was destroyed by fire All the guests escaped The property loss was about 100000 Sheriffs Sale For Taxes Monday Feb 14tJO Being the lat day of the February lam of the Lincoln county court I will between the hours of 9 oclock A Mand 4 oclock P M in front of the courthouse door in Stanford Ky tell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder for caih in hand the following lists or so much at will pay Inca cost and penalty At fast at payments are made the names wil disappearThe set opposite each name includes 6 per cent penalty and cost of advertising Stanford White Barnett Mrs Elixabeth house and lot 3 65 Bright JW 140 acres 74 34 Carpenter Sisters town lot 22 75 Collins Mrs Belie 40 acres 160 Dawet C L 25 acres 300 Hasty Jack acres 3 75 Manuel Thomas 5 acres 19089 6 45 Syeser John and Dan N R I acre 160 Wheat Mrs Maggie 65 acres 16 IS Wilson W E gdn 27 12 sac 335 Wren Mrs Nancy half acre 6 10 Yates Wm hn 50 acres J 60 Stanford Colored Abbs Ceo 2 uses 325 Barrow Manuel N R I acre V 160 Bright Tobe 8 acres 160 Brown Dan Iacre 6 95 Carson W A I acre 320 Crow Eliza 4 acres 2 20 Crow Mary 32 acres credit 60c balance 4 90 Givens Kate N R IO acres 2 20 Hayes Will onefourth acre 6 50 Jackman J S house and lot 3 75 Lackey Thomas 27 acres 4 90 Lackey Broaddut 2 acres 3 20 Lackey Will I acre s 3 75 Lillard Edmond house and lot 6 70 Logan James 12 acre 4 85 Logan Mariah 5 acres 160 Lytle Bob 2 acres r 3 20 Millet Ceo Jr house and lot 4 25 Penman John 34 acre credit 310 bal 3 95 Robinson Amanda I acre 2 20 Simpson Millie 14 acre 160 Simpson Elias 33 acres 7 75 Wade Lucy house and lot 3 95 Wither Lucy A house and lot 160 Crab OrchardWhite Barnes Wm 2 acres 2 75 Bobhm F F 5911 acres 990 Delaney Henry 52 acres 3 75 Delaney Eliza 45 acres 2 20 Denny A C 24 acres 3 20 Dishon Ann and Bertha 40 acres I 50 Holmes D V 190 acres 38 65 Hopper Dill 41 acres 3 20 Kelsey Lutes N R 87 acref 6 85 Kennedy Ben 62 acret 4 50 Kidd John N R 20 acres I 80 Playfourth Wm 10 acre I 20 Turner Mrs Walter 73 acres 6 25 Thompson A J 169 Ides 41 85 Crab OrchardColored Stanford Julia 4 acres I 60 Humbsr Robt 12 acre 2 95 Humber Effie I acre 2 Niles Georgia 34 acre 2 Slaughter Mattie 12acre 135 Smith J H N R I 12acres 195 Sutton Wm 4 12 sacs 3 25 Waynesburg White August A J N R 134 acm 4 50 Baugh Silas 32 acres 3 Bum S M N R 100 acres 4 S Bryant Mollie 3 acret 3 95 Byrd Joe acres 4 85 Carrier J L house and lot 370 Clark Thorn N R 50 acres 2 30 Launch LJbertus 40 acres 7 15 Denny W L 30 acres 3 75 Files John hrt 25 acret 2 75 FalkLGNR acres 4 50 Fisher J C Iacre 6 30 Gastineau Geo 15 acres 4 65 CuMUli J H 75 acres 3 75 Gooch Colonel 2 acres 4 20 Gooch Cicero hn 37 acres 2 75 GourleyMrt Sarah 23 acres 160 Hatcher Sarah A 72 acres 6 25 Hicks WHNR 107 acre 350 Littrell Martha 3 acres 180 McGuffry Mil D hrt 68 acres t 4 50 Montgomery J W I acre and lot 4 95 Moore D M 20 aaa 4 85 Morris E F 100 acres 9 20 Murphy Edmond 17 acres 7 15I Noble W C N R 1 16 acre 570 Padgett R D house and lot 5 50 Parker J C N R 92 acre 335 Pitman W R house and lot 5 00 Plies Docia 25 acres 195 Prmtt Mrs Ella I acre 2 75 Reid Ollie N R 4 acres 3 35 Reid Ems 11 acres I 60 Reid W S 3 acres 375 Rice W MAN R 20 acres 220 Rigney Sam 26 acres 4 50 Robinson Wm 15 acres 300 Scarbrough J H 50 acres 3 75 Shoop Ellen 43 acres 4 20 Sims D W 20 acres 4 95 SimiTiplon 106 acres 5 10 Sims W G 20 acres 3 20 Sims Hayden 12 12 acres 4 35 Smith Mn Eva 200 acres 4 50 Spradling Chu J N R 45 acres 4 50 Taylor ED acres 3 85 Trusty Leo I acre 3 20 Warren E C N R 9 acres I 35 Waterton G W 40 acres 3 75 Wilcher J B 198 acres 5 50 3g25 Young Sallie 34 acres s 3 25 Waynesburg Colored Boone Permelia 3 acres I 60 HustonrDle White Burkett John 5 acres 6 9 Canon J KN R 14 acres S 7 m Carter Mrs N J Sears 2 95 Compton E D I acre 3 25 Delf Geo 7 acre V i 3 50 Deren Howard N R 1 acre 2 20 Durham B W 54 acres 375 Ellison G W house and lot 9 85 Everett Frank 50 acret 4 85 Hutchington W D 20 acre 6 00 McCinnis A T N R hnuse and tot 4S0 Miracle A B 100 acres 16 40 Reid Mat 4 acre 3 75 Reynolds Mrs Mollie 25 acres 4 00 Russell G W 14 acre 7 00 Shipman F L hrs 40 acres 2 20 Spaw Ellen N R 2 acres 160 Vaught John house and lot 3 75 Waggoner Thomas 50 acres 4 35 Wilcher J W 50 acres 3 75 White Robt N R 25 acre 6 80 Huttonville Colored Anderson Ritter N R house and los 4 10 Armstrong Frank house and lot 8 45 Barfield Henryland 345 Bright Lucy N R 1 acre 160 Brown Nathan N R acres 160 Brown Frank I acre r 3 75 Bruce Robert house end lot and 3 acre 6 10 Bruce Gill N R 3 acres 2 20 Cloyd Bettie 2 acres r I 60 Davis Ed house and lot 4 25 Drye Steve house and lot 495 Durham Dan N R 3 acres 4 00 Frye Ceo N R 5 acres 2 2 Gilbert Marge 4 acre 4 Gillispie Green house and lot 3 80 Givens Sylvia 12 acres 4 00 Given Ellen house and lot 160 Helm James house and lot 3 25 Hocker Mack 34 acre S 90 Jones Henry I acre 4 25 Lodge Rooms by Joe Drye house and lot 5 70 Lyons Martha N R house and lot 160 McCormack Ceo Sr 4 acre 4 85 McCormack Green 35 acres 5 00 McKinney Rine I acre 3 25 McKinney Kate 12acre 2 20 McKinney Crmpbel N R house and lot 2 20 Miller Jim N R house and lot 140 Miller James 25 acres 7 25 Morelaad Jennie t acre 160 Owsley Emily house and lot 12 25 Rife Smith house and lot 4 35 Rife Laura 2 3 era 6 20 Shears Thomas I 12Icrea 3 80 Singleton Jessie I acre 160 Smith Patsy howe and lot 2 20 Smith Thot house and lot 3 80 Walker Thot house and lot 4 65 Walker Th9 2 acres 485 Welch James house and lot credit 3 bal 1 85 Weatherford Bolin N R house and tot I 40 Weatherford Judie 165 T J HILL Ex Sheriff Lincoln County HOME FOR SALE I One story cottage of eight rooms and all- necelsary lot contains one acredlvldedintocowlotonwhteblatoomyfusses garden spot This Is n desirable place loot ed on corner or Wbltleyand Miller streets A II IIOITZOLAW Stanford Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEERING I am prepared todo nil kinds or surveylu and cIvil engineering promptly My work will be guaranteed and my prices are rea Irtustonvllle1f1WALTER MOKINNKV B D CARTER Now Livorv Depot Stroot 0Phone06 STANFORD KENTUCKY Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marble and Cranlto Monuments Markers and Posts Cemetery and Lawn Vases and Settee OHlcw and works Mc Kinney Ky REWARD Having suffered considerable annoyance and damage from outlaws In breaking gate latches and tearing down and destroying my gates on the county road that runs through my farm I bavp concluded to ono a reward for Information leading to th conviction of such person or persons I will therefore give the sum of JSO for Infor matlon leading to the nrrest and conviction of any party or parties that have broker the latches on any of my gatesor that have sawed down or torn down any my RaCes on the county road which runs from Hustonvlllo turnpike to the Mlllrdirovttle turnpike through my farm and I Iv the same amount for Information leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties who In the future commit any of tb above offenses Witness my hand this 10th day of August lax TJJIILLHB Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Kys Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line 0of goods We Undersell Everybody r ++++44 ++t+t+ +++ Below Cost I I OFFISH MY ENTIRE OF Clothing Shoes Ladies and Gents Furnishings Cravanettes 20 00 Gravauettea 112 03 18 00II 11 48 J5 00 r J t48 13 00It 8 48 12 00 7 08 0OvercoatsS20 Overcoats t 810 00 18II 0 08 16 118 12 50II 0U8 10ss 048a850 C 00II 308t500 n 48 4 00n 20 300 22 2 50CI 1711 Mens Suits of Best Make 825 00 Mens Suns 110 08 22 50CI 1G 48 20 00 12 48 18 00 11 08 15 OQ 848 13 50 7QB 12 50CI 748 10 00 048 9 00II f 48 8 00 4 fiB 4 750II I oa i G 00 385 00r 208 Boys Suits Straight and Knickerbocker Iauta 88 00 Boys Suits 8 t 85 48 7 48It 4J8 G 50II 448 5 00II 048 4 00CI 4 i8ri8O0I C 2 28 2 50CI MS 2 00CI lIS I Hats Largest Stock in Towni84 00 John B Stetson lists 82 ISI3 50 2 3 00 Hats 2 28 2 50 f 08 2 00 1 48t150 1 00 78 Mens Cashmere and Worsted PantsT Duchess TrousersI 85 00II 41 a 08 4 OQII I 3 28 3 50II 2 ftg 3 00H 2 10 2 50II 108 i 2 00CI II 14S 1 50ItItU8 J BOYS PANTS Straight anti KuickcrbDcker Uc to 81Q8IHEAVY FLEECED UNUEIIWEAIt50c quality 08c- 25o quality lOc All Shoes Go Below Cost Patent Vici Velcro and Gun Metal 85 shoes at 8338 400 Shoes at 320 350 slices nt 278 300 shoes nt 228 250 shoes nt 108 200 ehoca at 1C8 150 shoes at 110 The Ball Band FeltsI4 00 Felts J 48 3 fiOIt 2 US 24Se rr 1 Rubbers 2 25RubbersBall Band i 1 liS 68e u Saturday Jan 15Thirty Days Days Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY The Wintry Blasts May ComeA1 And the Raid and Snow Fall but 1 your stock will keep warm in Nunnelleys New Stock Yards Plenty of Covered Pens and Feed r and Water DaySecond 1