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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I i H THE INTERIOR JOURNALJTOL XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 28 1910 11096 Primary or Convention Thoro has been but little said recent j ly of tho Congressional raco that will be held in this district thla year Tho friends of several gentlemen havo said that there would be opposition to lion Harvey Helm the present incumbent for the democratic nomination but as yet no authoritative announcement to that effect has been made Mr Helm has made his ofllclal announcement but none of the others havo done so A nomination will be made as a matter of course and the selection of a party candidate will probably be made some time In the spring or summer The time and manner of making the selec lion will be determined by tho gressional committee which will called together at tho pleasure of Mr i Norton Fitch of Jessamine county who is chairman of that committee Tho democrats of this district are in terested in tho selection of a good man for the position and thero must be taint or suspicion of unfairness in ma ing that selection Tho district fro a political standpoint is very closo an tho defeat of a weak or unpopular dem ocratic candidate by a strong and po 1ular republican would not only be pro rf able but very possible There roust be no question as to the fairness of the selection Packed con vections in the past have had much to do with the conditions that have exist ed in Kentucky for the past ten or twelve years and no honest man canb in favor of them in the future Ever voter should bo entitled to a voice in the selection of his partyA candidate and every vote should be counted as t cut This can be done in a primary election and has been rarely if ever done in a convention There is n trading or swapping in a primary an there every tub stands on Its own bot i f tom Shelby Ilccord Tho Seasons Springs a maid that knows no lover Fearlcee eyed and fancyfree Snowy blossows droop above her Flowery gruca kits her knee Summer wears a crown of roses For tho maid bciomea a bride I On her checks two growing poefees In her eyes a world of pride Autumn is a goodwlfo jolly Mellow as her gathered troll Twinkling cyoa that laugh at folly I Ruddy cheek and lips to boot Winter is a queen of aorrowedThroned aloft Gazing down the loveless morrows toI To the inevitable night 1 The cost of living ii going so highlWe cannot live and so must a And say- Weve got to do it right away Because unless were p d q In whet Its up to ut to do I The undertakers will combine Along the whole darn funeral line And make that cost prohibitive As now we find It is to livecThus we can neither IIv nor r No matter by what means we try S And this condition being true Say what in thunder shall we do- Nf Y Tribune A Frightful Wreck of train automobile or buggy may t causecuta bruises abrasions sprains 1or wounds that demand Uucklpns Ar mca Salv eartha greatest healer Quick relief and prompt euro re ults For burns bolls sores of all kinds eczema chapped hands and lips sore eyes or corns Its supremo Surest pile euro 25o at Pennys Drugstore r Tho price of shoes Is to be advanced it seems because leather is scarce and leather Is scarce because little meat Is being slaughtered and little Is being slaughtered because people cannot a6 all ford meat at present prices andthere this know it fogoesAfter stating the statistics alto mor It tality from different diseases in Pana ma at different periods Dr Osier said that in 1908 the combined tropical dis eases malaria dysentery and bed beri dy treatllI L sJosiahTook Bessie out sleigh riding J last night and tried to kiss her ger Uoram And wouldnt she stand for and ItT Co Joalah Yea but the blamed old hosts was wouldnt He ran away triliesWhats he been doing nowT I threatened to leave him and he told me ho would button my gown up ed I the back It I would hurryHouston 000 I Poet A 1 I wish the landlady would get a blonde cook Why Ob I like to see the butter match 1 tithe halt I by HUSTONVILLE Miss Mary Lawrence Claxon of Lou isville is the guest of Miss Edna Cam nitzMr and Mrs D S Carpenter who for tho past week have been ill we are pleased to state are much better The next meeting of the ladies C W 0 M will be hold with Miss Helen Hacker at 230 on Thursday February 3dThe subject of Rev W S Willis sermon on next Sunday morning will be Satin or the Devil evening Temptation Martin T Russell of Mllledgevlilo died Saturday night of senility aged flub0B Myers Vaughn shipped to Cinch nail Monday a car of hogs bought at C to 7J and a car of cattle butcher stuff bought for 3 to 3Jc Choir practice will bo held on Friday ofkC witdh it 230 loftba r ed but is able to move with crutches Miss Dlllie May Sutherland of Irene Ky is tho guest of her many friends here The celebrated evangelist Rev Jas Small and his no less noted singer pryo h hero in August next The exact date will be announced later Toney the Convict a thrilling drama will be given by the young lad and gentlemen actor of the graded thd0 II go for charitable purposesIBy actual count there were 41 loads of tobacco in our city Saturday and nearly as many on Friday Jill Grubbs one of our expert tobacco rlsers and handlers sold one load last week for 699 breaking tho State record George Carpenter of Fryes creek died on Friday evening after a pro traded Illness He was burled onI Saturday at Poplar Grove lie was a successful merchant on Fryea creek and had many friends who will mourn his taro Tho day that Dr James Wesley tell and broke his hip was the coldest this winter and ho laid helpless where hof foil for over two hours before he was- Iscovered ills numerous friends in Lincoln and Casey counties will be glad hear ho ia better The agitation of the antlmeat cru over the country hl1 reached our ocality and finds many warm supporters here Deepseated interest is manifested in solving the problem which has aroused practically the entire country and tho influence which ele votes food prices must and will be downed because it is a matter of self defense King Carpenter one of our most ax- ellent In young men has gone to Texas prospecting with a view of locating D Yowell ia deciiedly the happiest man in tho West End occasioned b r ia the arrival of a handsome eightpound daughter The several cases of pneu mania patients In this locality we aretent glad to announce are convalescing Miss Helen Hocker very handsomely entertained Mrs Minnie Boblnaons Bi blo class Friday evening from 8 to 11 The menu included the delicacies of the season artistically prepared and greatly enjoyed by all sNapoleonswaa of the unconquerable aoversay dlo kind tho kind that you need most when you have a bad cold cough or IiByrupSdont Jose heart r hopoa flSr any throat or lung trouble It has g thousands of nopeloss sufferers masters stubborn colds obstinate coughs hemorrhages la grippe croupS asthma tag lever and wbooplnllcoughe and Is the most safe and certain remer1 for all bronchial affections ItIe- A verdict was given at Owensboro to F Dearinger and Raymond Dearm for 20000 against the Kentucky Indiana Telephone and Telegraph The plaintiff Raymond Dcaringer badly injured by coming in contact with a wire heavily charged with elec No city the ofitsvalue of the county was raised 100LL making the grand total of assessed ne property in Boyle county 8773543 dvocateBMtcna thats the name ofthe beat prescription ever written for indigos on or stomach dlstreoe Guaranteed G L Peony Goc NEWS NOTES Lotto Faust the musical comedy ac tress is dead In New York Citv Ezra Kendall the comedian died at Mortlnsville Ind whero ho went for treatmentThe plant at Evans vllle id was destroyed causing a loss of 100000 In a wreck in tho Mobile Ala yards of tho Mobile and Ohio railroad one man was killed and three Injured Hetty Green one of New Yorks higherthing for it James Shouse aged 50 killed him self at Vincenncs Ind leaving a note saying ho took his life for the betterment of his children Premier Briand and Minister of Fi nance Cochery of Franco attar a con sultation estimated that the flood losses would exceed 200000000 Warner Van Norden president of the eeVon Norden Trust Co of Now York was robbed of 280db by two women as he was leaving the WaldorfAstoria Tho directors of the Pennsylvania Company operating tho Pennsylvania railroad lines west of PitUburg declared a dividend of 1067 per share pay able in stock A report that tho JeffriesJohnson fight will shortly bo declared off on ac count of the dispute between Rickard and Gleason as to the place where it is to be hold is current Holders of copper stocks saw their profits of tho past two months melt away Tuesday in one of the sharpest declines which the Boston market has exper yfenced for nearly a year The Federal governments prose u lion of the publishers of the New York World was stopped Judge Hough in the U S circuit court in Now York quashing the indictment George S Schuhmann president of tho company publishing the Louisville Anzeiger one oI the foremost business men in Louisville and a leading German Amerlcan citizen is dead In the court of appeals G W Settle of Madison county convicted and sentenced to the penitentiary for 10 years on a charge of unlawfully detaining a woman was given a now trial The jury in the case of T S Ander son the Owensboro banker charged with false swearing felled to agree and was discharged It stood seven acquittal and five for conviction The Court of Appeals affirmed the decision of the Doyle circuit court in the case of the Commonwealth against George Gordon for the killing of Robt Brewer Gordon must servo 21 years Three persons were killed and three seriously injured when an automobile owned and driven by a Kansas City Kaa contractor John Maloney skidded and plunged over a 40foot embank mentTho meat boycott has become nation aLLabor unions and persons with so cialistic tendencies in every large city tho nation have become involved in the crusade against the alleged Beef Trust A fourth of France it Is estimated now under water Snow and rain etaungeneration The Seine continued- to rise and the situation in Paris grew worse hourly The Indiana Supreme Court reversed itself and held the gravel road law passed by the last Legislature coast tutiona and thereby some 30000000 of bonds issued under the law and out- tanding In Indiana Ohio and Eastern become valid A petition for rehearing in the case of Beech Hargls against the Commonwealth has been filed with Napier clerk of the Court of Appeals ruling on the motion is expected He was given a life sentence killing his father Judge Jas Har Gov Swanson in a special message- to the Legislature advises that Virgin should claim from the Federal Gov a portion of the 80000 000 de from tho sale of public lands in territory which Virginia ceded to United States from whlchweroI the States of Ohio Indiana Illinois Michigan Wisconsin and a por tion of MinnesotarThose Pies Of Boyhood How delicious were the plea or boyhood No pies now ever taste so good Whats changed tho plea Its you Youve lost the strong healthy stomach the vigorous liver active kidneys the regular bowels boyhood Your digestion is poor cu blame the food Whats eded A complete toning up by Electric Bitters of all organs of di gestlonStomaeh Liver Kidney- sowelsTry them Theyll restore your boyhood appetite and apprecla lion of tOad and fairly saturate your 2 body wltn new health strength and vigor 600at Penny a Drug Store A I 1 PUBLIC SALE r BEGINS WEDNESDAY FEB 2ND LASTS 16 DAYS 1800000 merchandise knowdescription and 1distibuted the j historyof styles in the multitude of values offered but in thebewildering low prices asked Come here expecting find absolutely valuef you eversaw will not be disappointed your expectations a shall be exceeded in every instance we guarantee you that our pricss are lower and the vaiues such as you only could picture in your most exalted moments imagination Were we use thesebarginsfound Wednesday Fey 2 This mighty gigantic sale sixteen furious selling days will record the January29thmarked in plain at only a shadow below actual actual cost and Wednesday Feb 2nd at 9 a m we will open upon a show of style and a scene activity that will excell anything ever witnessed r GOLDSTEIN Stanford liy Remember you get your money tack should you be dissatisfied Perfect fit guaranteed cluded in this sale our entire spring purchases at same proportionate prices We urge Itas a duty every mah upon every saving housewife to attend this stupendous bargain feast No postpone viIIbeall departments i rMens Suits A FINE SUIT OF HOME SPUN and wool crash cheviots in plain and fancy mixed effects all weights perlect fitting kuaran positively worth up to8 or your money at any time during this great public sale 249 MENS SPLENDID SUITS made up in medium and heavy weights conservative styles pos itively up to 12 or your money refunded at any time during this great public sale 398 i 514 SUIT All to match 84 49 A fine suit of clothes all to match come in homespun and worstead Scotch mixtures This suit positively worth SI4 or your money refunded at any time during the great public sale S449- S16 ALL WORSTED SUITS 649 This is the peer of any you can see elsewhere at a Sl6 price mark A marvel of goodness all sizes Dont fail to ask for this suit A genuine 16 value 049 S20 MENS FINE SUITS 898 A grand assortment of single and double breasted sack suits black blue and brown cheviots serges velour finished cassimere some solid worsteds in and brown nobby tweed mixtures in all most desirable and newest shades all superbly tailored perfect fit guaranteed Values that are equal in every respect to suits that sell for 520 Our sale price 898 Ladies Skirts Ladies Walking Skirtsall sizes and styles you must see them to realize qualfty the complete perfection of the styles and colorings Skirts which you seldom have seen equaled for 550 Public Sale Price 229 150 splendid ultra fashicnable skirts garments which are a rev worth of of every for men children This mammoth stock to be into homes of greatest to the best You of to of figures of In upon out teed gray the the the elation of the tailors skill Panam Aipacas Wool Mannish Mixtures in all shades worth 7 come and pick them at this Receivers Sal price Sa 3 Ladies Tailor Made Coats These beautiful spring coats are the smartest best fitting coats that has ever been shown in Stanford The materials ar excellent and all the new shades up to the minute Every coat more than a bargain Ladies 12 Auto Coat extra long strictly hand Tailored in stunninglyPositively worth S12 During this sale 348 Ladies U length Black coats made of latest materials and perfectfittinglic Sale Price SIg8 Shoe Department Ladies finest Dress Shoes lace and oxford latest dress styles and leathers worth 200 public sale price98CLa- dies patent and vici kid lace scads French and Cuban heels genuineSpublic sale price129La- dies calf and vici kid shoes Cuban heels selected Jrom lines where there were only a few left latest styles worth 250 to 300public sale price149La- dies shoes latest styles only in dress shoes all sizes up to 74 all 8350 to 400 values public sale pricsI98IS- O pairs mens stylish lace shoes or oxfords in patent kid and vici actually and positively worth 300 public sale price98cM- ens fine dress shoes lace or oxfords in patent colt finest select vici kids and patent colt famous i theliateststylesevery i our sale price SIg8 f 9bents Furnishings M FNS ALL WOOL FLAN Ycolorspublic sale price 49ciMENS EXTRA HEAVY WORK SHIRTS never sold for i less than 750 sale price37c SHIRTSfancy a soc sale price98cMENS FINE DRESSSHIRTS standard SI2S sellers allsizes in fall and winter patterns j sale price 79c SHIRTSfinestPublic sale price 980 25c SUSPENDERS excellent elastic with patent buckles and straps full ledgth worth 250 Public sale price 9c soc SUSPENDERS All Soc wellknownpublic sala price 190 Ssc AND SIOO OVERALLS and Jumpers in all sizes and styles plain blue or striped overalls with or without bib all 850 values public sale price 6gc MENS 150 ROCKFdRD SEAMLESS HALF HOSE Positively worth I s- aleprice4c35 Inch RED BLUE BANDANNA HANDKERCHIEFS positively worth roc public sale price 4C Mens 250 Black tan hoes and fancycolors never sold less than 250 while they last9C300 Trousers 159 Mens all wool cassimeres tweeds cheviots etc well fitting gorments which sold as high as 300 public sale price SIS9 Sale lasts 16 days only Wed Feb 3f to Sat Feb 19 Owing to the reputation ot I bave established in the past pears as a merbhant of high grade de pendable merchandise the prices are as represented and not in any way exaggerated in this advertise ment Buyers can have their money refunded at any time for ans reason whatever If purchose is not satisfactory to purchaser Our guarantee We assure each and every purchaser absolute satisfaction We guarcntee every price and every statement here made andwewill exchange rake back or aefund your money on any purchase unsatisfactory for any icason what soever Every article every garment- in the house markend in plaid figures One pride to all Sale positively opens Wed Fed 2 9 a m l S GOLDSTEIN Stanford Kentucky SPECIAL NOTICE Kailroad fare paid to every purchascer of 2500 or over within a radius of miles Merchants wishing to bua portions of this stock at retail prices listed in this paper will be waited on between the hours ot 8 and 9 every mornIng- r The Interior Journal Eo C WALTON HON HARVEYTHELM of Mncoln county U a candidate for redistrict for Congress from the demosubject of the cratlc party A CHANGE OF FRONT A LETTER written by Senator Conn Linn who is president pro tern of the Senate has been made public in which he promised his support for the exten sion of the County Unit mil which ho said he was heartily for On tho strength of it he was eluted but It was the same old story When the devil was sick A monk hed be When the devil was well The devil of a monk was he If the letter IS genuine and there seems to bono doubt of it Senator Linn got his office by falso pretense for im mediately on taking his seat ho devel oped into the rankest of redhot anti County Unit men What has come over the spirit of his dreams Has the per uasive influence of the great and only John Whalien metamorphosed him The man who occasionly acts as gov ernor of Kentucky and would succeed to the office if both Willson and Cox should die or become disqualified ought to get somebody to put more starch in his backbone I VIRGINIA is trying to ape her oldest daughter Kentucky by increasing the number of colonels that its new gov ernor may appoint from 18 to 28 Here we believe the governor can appoint any number of colonels at least every man is called a colonel the only differ ence between the appointed and the so called being that the former bas to buy his gold trimmed uniform and get no pay except that of admiring thousands when he goes on dress parade Besides it is an inexpensive way to pay political debts to the egotists TOE republicansIJhave only been In power a little over two years and yet they have created a deficit of 500000 which a democratic Legislature will have to provide for The bill already Introduced to issue bonds for the amount of 500000 running 20 years and bear ing 4 per cent interest will be passed in order to protect the credit of the State The socalled democrat who l voted tholrepublican ticket in 1907 or I failed to go to the polls ought to hire k somebody to kick him the rest of Gov Wilbons term I THE Church Worker says the people f of the UnitedlStates pay three millions of dollars more for chewing gum than for foreign missions In either case they get mighty little for their money I There is very little left for the heathen after those who handle the money Jet their share and what is more unsatis factory than to chew and chew and nev er swallow the morsel IT cost nearly 2000 apiece to electrocute six criminals in New Jersey last year A gallows and a rope wouldnt have cost over 30 and both could have done for all six Our Legislature which has a bill before it providing for elec trocution should go slow The old fashioned hanging is good enough for Kentucky murderers r Los ANGELES comes to the front with F a wife who has Increasedand multiplied to the extent of 12 children at four births Two sets of twins two of trip lets and one of quadruplets made up the number Poor woman she is doing her I best to set a good example but alas it will not be followed by those determin ed on race suicide I t IT is reported from Washington that Mr Roosevelt will accept a seat in the next Congress on condition that he will be given the speakership Reid Canon and others were all Czars in their day but the rule of Roosevelt would t put them all into eclipse He would lay aside his stick and rule with an iron I rod instead THE Danville Advocate prints under the large ling POSTED the names of a number of prominent citizens off Boyle county As there is no explana r tion for it we cannot imagine what the gentlemen and the several I ad tea n composing the list have been doing to i demand such drastic treatments i WE are glad to note that our friend Davison moy be retained as iffAssistant District Attorney His rec so flawless that if he is turned down it will simply be to make room for a more dependable hench man certainly not for a better quail fied man IF the suffragettes will promise the fashion of buttoning dresses 44 behind they might get more married men to join their crusade However t when women get the right to vote that will cut no figure They will immedi ately don the pantaloons OUR friend M G Colston of Pulas ki is one of the many to introduce a bill tqrepcal theidog tax He ought to be the last man to want it repealed If r it is he will have more dogs to bark at l him when he goes electioneering next timetII IN the two yeses that Gov Wllleon I has been in office he has spent 27831 30 of the States good money for special judges the mileage for whom amounted to 5632 30 Instead of ape t pointing men close to hand they are sent across the State in some instan ces making their mileage greater than the per diem of theirJlterm There ought to be some way to stop this drain on the treasury When the judge is responsible for the regularI meat of a special judge by being former counsel in a case he ought to be required to pay the extra cost that such appointment occasions In other words the State oughtnot to pay two salaries when the judge is disqualified by act of his ownITHERE is some dicary days in January that is that the North Pole controversy has subsided I And now in the calmness that has followed the storm we hope it will not reachIedentitled to membership in the Ananiae Club as the otherIanumIberpoor his productions were Goo Goo Eyes Aint It a Shame etc In this case it isnt hard to decide that it wasnt a shame but retribution The jail is the proper place for a man who Inflicts such music on a longsuffering people IN New York State there are 1840 909 children in school at a cost of 76 596217 The great work that is being done for the education of the coming men and women ought to make the next decade or two tho greatest in an educational sense the world has ever known TilE Legislature has been in session three weeks and the Senate has suc ceeded in passing one bill The House has none to its credit yet The Senate bill passed was designed to make crimi nals escape in a large measure the con sequences of their crime NEWS comes from California that the orange crop was damaged about 1 000000 by the cold spell but as the to tal of the whole crop is estimated at 35000000 the loss is just enough to give the dealers an excuse to raise the price THE ancients had an old saying that the blackest month in all the year Is month of Janiveer The present has lived up to its reputation and made us believe that those oldtime fellows knew a thing or two themselves WE hardly suppose that regarding the greatly increased cost of every thing that the wayfaring man though a fool republican will deny now that tariff is a tax WITH the rest of the people eating no meat and the observers of Lent eschewing its use a boycott against th meat trust ought to result most antis factor fly POLITICAL The fortifications appropropriation bill carrying 5817200 was passed by the Senate By a viva voce vote the Mann White Slave bill was passed by the House practically as Introduced by Mr Mann In the absence of a man of God to open the Senate President W II Cox offered up a devout prayer and business proceededThe House of Representa tives passed a resplution ratifying the Income tax amendment to tho United States Constitution The vote was 69 to 7When Lud Petty takes charge of the j usvillo internal revenue district next Tuesdayall the employes of his office will give him the glad hand for it is stated at the Civil Service Commission that tho new collector can not oust a single Craftite From the chief deputy down the offices arc under civil serviceSenator R L Hubble has Introduced- an act to require all life insurance com anles doing business In Kentucky to invest 75 per cent of their securities in Kentucky property The Insurance Commissioner is empowered to reddce the amount for sufficient reasons but such amount must be invested in Government bonds Looking to the abolition of the white slave traffic in Kentucky a bill was RepresentaIlog the offense of entiqing young girls- a criminal one and fixing tho penalty- at imprisonment and a heavy tine The bill goes into detail concerning traffic In young women and applies to phase of the business There is everyI a doubt that it will pass both IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I M P Hamilton has been appointed postmaster at Alcade in Pul ski county Pulaski county has shipped over the Q C already over 360000 pounds of JThereweekBeardsleyPerryville and Hcrrodsburg for 800 Advocate I U X N D and Claims Collected In the United States UNLESS WE COLLECT WE COLLECT OTHERS FAIL AGENCY lIA Y Mgr Kentucky 1 offer my auctioneerunttsrnMtoncoin county man gunremeedMorel ndKyRFDro1 Ileildenco Turnerivllle Stock of Merchandise for Sale desire to tell privately ray stock of Oro eerie and hardware noinga good business Will invoice about liSU Reason 111 health OEO D HOPlKU8tnnfortlKy= HOMEFQRSALEI One story cottnRA of eight rooms and all neceiuiry outbuilding Ix contains one acre divided Into cow lot on which U roomy barn buggy house corn crib etc mood garden spot This Is desirable place local edon corner of Whltleyand Miller streets KyINEERING am prepared todo BU kinds of urveying and clvIlengineering My work will be guaranteed nnd my prices are rea sonable Wrlto me at McKlnney or call mo over the telephone through the ostonvllle Exchange WALFEU McKINNKV Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marblo and Granlto Monuments Markers and Posts Cemetery and Lawn Vases and Hettees Office and works Me Klnn1KyIREWARD Having suffered considerable annoyance and damage from outlaws la breaking gate latches and tearing down nnd destroying my gates on the county road that runs through my farm have concluded to offer reward for Information leading to the conviction of such person or persons will therefore give the sum of to for Infor mation leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties that have broken the latches on any of my Itltelor that have sawed down or torn down any of my gates on the county road which runs from the Hustonvllle turnpike to the Mllledgevllle turnpike through my farm nnd will give the same amount for Information leading to the arrest and conviction of shy party or parties who In the future commit any of tbe Witness niy band this 10th of 11KW T J111LL811 tW f v- Collections 1 I ClaimsAuctioneer r I f I t I I I n I I 1 r A r a FARM FOR SALE My farm of liT acres ot good land well Uu ateItthlIInolXlledlon llnuto ha six rooms outbulhiingsAJ T MVINOBTON It K n No lHtnnford Ky FARM FOR SALE OR RENT Oontnlni HO acres bet tobacco land In the Will sell or rentBnstwodwellings one of lour roonnnml the other of tyro rooms Two orchards of nearly to trees Tobncco tarn that will hold 10 acres of tobacco cheapest farm In Kentucky at price t O no JUt WlIUt MoKtnney K- rTRIBBLE PENCE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford KentucKy FARM FOR SALE I A Nol farm of 1U acres House has four rooms and a good cistern There Is a good torn and abundance of stock water This land Is about hall Virgin soil adapted to raising grass hay corn wheat oat hemp and tobacco is all In grass except nbout 00 acres and Ion the pike near good churches and depot and hats goal orchard and outhouseaLott Box 161 Htanford Kentucky NOTICE I Insure your Tobac co and Tobacco Barns in the West End insurance Agency Get your policies written right in a good com pany by W J CAMPBELLi Htutonvillc Ky a 1r r r0I Carload Ofee Fresh Lime JUST RECEIVED staror r weH HIGGiNSSta- nford jr l I Kentucky L t R MAHONEY Free JT WHITE Sccy W 8 FISH Troll The Citizens Realty and w Title Co Farms houses and lots for rent sale or exchange Persons desiring quick wiles qr purchases in realty of all kinds hall oil or write us nt STANFORD KY Promptness and Reasonable Commissions OurJSpecialty Phone 200 RURAL TELEPHONESM- R FARMER Make your home na modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself ill n position to get the latest market lJuotutions serviceIyou your can r n sum tho benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to- headquarters Nashville Tenutforidforination regarding our epdcinli1Far rdetti Lmo silts If yoli nionot lit present enjoyirig telephone service wtf 1 Kehtticl4yTennesseeIllinois EA TENNESSEE TEL TEL COi INOOBPOBATJIO r READYy For You t TaOwing to an unprecedent ed good early Fall trade We sized up pretty well again in Dec Consequently our stock is in BETTER CONDITION than usual at this season of the year to supply your needs We have all kinds of EWcctWLfrom a babys soft sole at 25c to a 20 inch high top shoe at 750 boys and mens suits t Overcoats Raincoats Slickers underwear suit cases i gloves and hats at I H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 ISommThe Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil is a most Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and imJmStrength It is Especially Useful For Coughs and Colds Sold under a Guarantee u oiat I W I PENNYS Stanford DRUG Kentucky STORE I BBBBB139BB13BB E 21 i American Wire Fence GEORGE He FARRIS Stanford H B NORTHCOTT i 1 Dealer in i Live and Dressed Poultry Ice Coal V Wool Hides Furs Salt Lime Gin seng and Feathers PHONE 35 LANCASTER KYi J tr irBRANGH HOUSE STANFORD KY Thuruian K Tudor Mgr Jo b 8 r TcldrihcrieNa 183 H B NbRTWCOTT Stanford tt ia + ai1 x411 a ttC 1rF Sc h 250 yards Hamburg Edge and Ines fier5Cf COO yards Ilanihurg Edge anti Insertion Some convent patterns in this 4 oLlOc I 1000 yards Hamburg Edge and Insertion includges showy patterns 6 to 8 inches wide Also net cflccts 19c showy and pretty regular price 25 to J5c 300 yds 15 inch Flouncing very The Interior Journal BTANFOUD KY JAN 28 1910 I SoME great bargains In box paper aro being closed out to room for now stock at Pennys Drug Store- PERSONALS IMIRS EMMA HAYS is Improving W K SlIUQARS la quite sick 1MUJ W S WARREN continues very JACK 0 REID was in Louiavillo yesterday WILLIAM MODLEY Jit is ill of typhoid fever MR R Conn of Boyle passed thro to Richmond Wednesday Miss MILDRED COSBY of Danville Is the guest of Miss Boaslo Hill MRS ELLEN POOR of Lancaster took Wednesdays train for Knoxville MISS IRENE ROMANS of Lancaster was the guest of Miss LoUie Carson I MRS J C BAILEY of Crab Orchard spent a few day with Mrs C E Tate MRS W K WARNEII and little son Lewis are with her parents In Gar A U ELKIN of Louisville Is her daughter Mrs It M Now ROBERT ELKIN of Lancaster ii the family of Mr 0 P Halt 0 W SnuoARSof Indianapolis Ms brother Mr W K Shu KITTIE HUFFMAN is with her ulster Mrs J G Carpenter Jr I the East End MRS MATTIE G MILTON of Louisville It the guest of her cousin Mrs J W Ireland JUDOE W L DAWSON carrier on No 2 Route is back at his duties after a illness and daughter Mlsa Ma leave in a tow days for Advocate NIE HIGGINS School Super intendent of Garrard was tho guest of t Miss Minnie Woods l MIBS LENA NAPIER of Crab Orchard Is visiting her cousin Mrs Russell J Dycho London Sentcne t1 MR II C LECoMITC and wife have returned to Frankfort after a visit to y her father Mr Cicero Reynolds MR AND MRS CHAS DOUGLAS oi I Indianapolis came homo this week tt Attend the funeral of her grandfather Mr M T Russell MRS Vie OWENS is visiting her moth er at Junction City while her husband Is taking a prospecting tour in Virginia and West Virginia NEWS comes from Jonesboro tenn i that another little daughter has arrived to bless the union of Mr and Mrs C E Cox This makes the sixth T K TUDOR who accompanied his arcnta to their new homo at Fayette 111 has returned and resumed his position with II B Northcott the poultry man MR J A HOLLAS who moved to Oklahoma after making this county an excellent citizen for several has moved back to this section and writes usto change his I J to Eubanks R 1 F D No1 J J LOCALS FOR SALtA secondhand top bug gy This office I wFirst oysters celery cranberries I Saturday Geo IL Farris PIANO FOR SALESquare variety Will sell cheap Apply at this office sp READ the advertisement of Mahoney Fish themsursnco men They can Interest you IP you want good meet try the Country Store this year W W White Prop THREE suites o ems the Odd Feli WS building for rend Apply to 1 Ed Wilkinson iTILE Lhdles Aid will meet in the lecture room of tho Christian church at 2 r M Saturday I R G hawsopened a butcher shop in his store near the depot Emit Grpencberg will cut for him Jon printer wanted at onto Must t h bb able to feed a cylinder press and do r kinds of Job printing This olflcc4all ZION HARVEY HELM has asked the postoffice department to establish an 1 office at Gum Sulphur Rockcastle oun I ty It will probably be done WHEN you want bargains try tho Country Store W W White PropI FOUND in Waltons Opera House a boys McIntosh Call at this office for It Tim depot at Rowland febeing mov ed to near whore the Stanford Crab Orchard pike crosses the L N track WANTED to buy a good Lincoln county I farm of tho value of 20000 to 30 000 Address Lock Box 201 Stanford Ky I STABLE FOR RENTHas threOlltalls1- 0Ct etc Located on street and con venient for use Mrs L B Cook Stanford TilE Foreign Missionary Society of tho Methodist church will meet with Mrs II C Rupley today Friday at 230 r SL TuG young people are giving enjoy blo hops at Waltons Opera House each Friday night The one tonight will bo tho fourth of tho series TALK with me before buying a type writer and see sample at my home T A Brockett local agent for Standard Typewriter Exchange New York SOLO OUTl havo sold my stock of groceries and insist on all who owe moan account to please call and settle so I can straighten up my business at once Respectfully J M Phillips THE following merchants will close their business houses at 0 r M begin ning February lilt Severance Son II J McRobcrts Hughes Martin 1 nCo Sam Robinson Cummins Wear en ITUE young peoplo bf the Christian church at Crab Orchard will havo a can dy pulling at tho Cover Hotel in that city tonight Friday Tho proceeds will go to tho church Everybody in vited J M PHILLIPS has sold his stock of groceries to Everett J Young who has been conducting a store in the highland section Mr Phillips will devote his entire attention to tho concreting business IOun good friend Mir M S Daugh man realizing the high price of meat and our fondness for the article sent us in a 75 pound hog with his compliments tho other day This gift will aid us in our fight on tho meat trusts THOSE present had most enjoyable time at the elegant sixcourse dinner given by Mr and Mrs A R Spears of the Moreland section in honor of soy oral of their friends a few days since Tho dining room was tastily decorated and tho Immense tablo almost groaned under the weight of good things MR W P KINCAID hM bought 1300000 pounds of tobacco in this coun ty this year and It Is coming In rapid ly He hasaboutGJJ03 pounds in his several warehouses hero and very sen sibly has It well insured He has pur chased about as much tobacco in Gar rard and Madison as he has here J II SUORe Co who bought of J S Murphy his farm 2s miles this side of Hustonvillo a year ago and recently sold it back to him will have a sale of their personalty next Friday Feb 4th They will dispose of eight fine large mules 000 bales of Timothy hay 200 barrels of corn farming implements 20000 tobacco sticks etc See adver tlsement BAnaA1N257 710 acro farm about five miles from town on good pike J 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 Nino never failing springs cement troughs etc In a splendid neighborhood Stan ford Real Estate CoS I RUSSELL Mr Martin Russell aged 85 died at his home at Milled gevillo at 1 oclock Sunday morning Messrs M S Russell and A A Russell of the West End and Mrs R H McAninch of Mlddleburg are left to mourn tho loss of a good and indulgent father Ills wife died about 13 years ago At ter fuheral services at hisTate homo by Roy W G Montgomery at 3 oclock Monday evening his remains were laid to rest by her side In Hustonvillo cem etery Deceased was a devout mem ber of the Christian church up toabout two years ago when he joined the Saints of thevChurch of God With thtc Fact Staring You in the FaceT- hat Cotton is highand any article wo offer you iu which cotton goes into tho construction cant be produced at any ways near the same price you should bo up and doing to take advantage of these special January offerings I SEVERANCE SQN STANFORD KY il Irard Iman Iprotracttd ROLLER SKATES nt1 per pair Cal I Claiborne Walton FOR RENTOffice u theINTERIOR JOURNAL building Apply at this of flee lp you era lookln fogfresh oysters and celery go to J D Hortona restaurant You will find high erode goods al ways at the Country Store W W White Prop M Port SALE Good building lot on Whitley avenue Bargain if sold at once This office FOR SALEA pair of mules a bar ness mare and a Jersey cow L R Hughes Stanford EGGS dropped to 25c per doz encheaper eating than meat at tho present trust prices TILE INTERIon J antwants a good correspondent at Crab Orchard None but those who know a news item when they see it need apply ALL parties having claims against tho estate of Dr L B Cook are dircrted to present them properly verified to my attorney P M McRoberts at once Mrs L B Cook administratrix W W WHITK now calls his place of business The Country Store and by the way you will always find a bunch of customers both town and country peo pie taking advantage of the bargains he is giving CIRCUIT COURT begins the third Mon day in February but up to date no ar rangements have been made for a place to bold It Tho Odd Fellows we are told decline to rent their room for court purposes again and the court house will not bo ready by that timer Tim Citizens Realty and Title Co R B Mahony president J T White secretary and W S Fish treasurer begins an advertisement with us this issue Read it and if you have proper ty of any kind to dispose of seo them for terms etc They will treat you right TUB Hindman Women Christian Temperance Settlement school of Hindman Knott county has burned again making the third timo the scbot haa burned Tho origin of the fire f unknown Tho loss is about 25000 Misses Llccio Bcazlev and Sara Baud man of this place are associated with the school i BARGAINS IN LANDWo have three small tracts of unimproved land tarsal at a bargain ono tract of 21 acres another of 18 acres another of 13 acres All well located lie well and good land Can fflvo possession at once Will sell ono tract or all Terms to suit purr chaser Apply to Hughes Swine broad Lancaster Ky HANDED UseLEMoN Mr Valen tine Fagaloy of tho Southern End brought us a large lemon of his own raising yesterday that weighed two pounds and two ounces It is 18 inches in circumference and looks almost nS big as a pumpkin It is on exhibition in the Lincoln County National Dank office Stop in and see it I IIAVE bought the stock of groceries of J M Phillips on East Main street and wilt close out tho present stock ala reduced prices I have bought so I can soil lots of the stock at and below cost and will do so Call and sea lot yourself as I am going to sell these goods so I can put in a new stock Sale will commence today Friday Terms cash to everyone E J Young r T THE wellknown Stanford establishment of S Goldstein is to be closed and the stock sold at auction closed out entirely Long circulating rumors about the impending liquidation of tho wellknown and reputed firm of S Goldstein has been affirmed by his an nouncement that ho is to have an auc ion sale of his stock Tho news has created a stir in local business circles and although long expected came as a shock to the many friends andcustom ers of Mr S Goldstein in Stanford It la reported that Mr Goldstein Is In a bad way financially and is forced to sell his stock at about onehalf cqst price in order to raise money to pay creditors This event which starts on Wednesday Feb 2 at 9 A bf urn doubtdly Will Bo welcomed by tbo buy Ing public as they will save dollars upon dollars on their Spring purchases Thousands are expected to attende H II Hulcheson brother of J W Hutchcson cashier of tho Citizens Bank at Brodhead was elected cashier of the Franklin Bank of Louisville John Devejlan a fashionable woman tailor of 4th St Louisville eloped with his stenographer Mildred Loche n daughter of his Iceman They started on a 5000 mile journey to the Orient x FOR SALE r Stock of general nierchnmllioln Huston pertlcuInnHusonvllle Ky J J BELDEN For house cnrrlago and sign painting deco ratln paper hangingalso buggy trImmingI of nil kinds such at tops recovered curtainsI and boots iiinilo Htopover Aldrldgesblnck KyPhoneJ J BKLDKN FOR SALE I Oovr Hotel ntCrnb Orchard nUo storeroom Jut across street with post offlce ad Joining and a cottage or otllce of three rooms Alt necessary outbuildings Iits0uitrIH LOVER Crab Orchard Ky CLEMENS HOTEL J L ELKIK Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKY lArge airy outside rooms Commercial travelers a specialty Special rates by weed or month The proprietor 118 former Lln coin county man and his friends should re member him when stopping In his town The Great Texas Panhandle inch land Is the blul s of nil wealth The safest Investment und the surest moneymaker Is rlcn farming lund ODd Is still resting on the scv lie Is not making any moro land The Texas Pan hnndle Is the last of the rich level land for settlement this country Fortunes will be mudo on the advance In price on these lands In the next few years tome seekers will KO no further when they see It Bwlsh or county Is the garden s rot and pride or the plllln The best watered and the rich est land no clearing or no floods or cyclones High altitude delightful climate A proven wheat country First prize awarded our wheat and oats at thu NeorukllJAMKH PUYKHKCT0MAUOHHEH VIAL UMT- 1ITulUBwUlitT County Texas bye au FURSHides anti Wool Feathers Tallow Buwu Caucus MJppleinuUuhed It l856Owt bang emwgia LadwiSesedaodobettertayvdaasrrou say flaak to LouiMIe Wru IO wally Ulirt asdaharsiat uaa M Sabel do Sons 229 Eo Msrkst St LOUISVILLE KY 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARaa- DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anrono sanding a sketch and description ms anIlIonlllrlctl1ronD4enl aI HANDBMS on 1lentil Pttenttltnotkr Uhootchlflle1Il the ScieiKiffc American A hsndiomelr lllnitrntMt wroktr rarreatetrtr- ulsUun ot any vrlentldo Tenut W a earlfnurmontbetr seldbyallnewadcalere I11UNN Coom r New York ranch Office G5 F BU Washington C PUBLICS ALE recentiysoldbckourfurntontheStanford front llustonvllle to JH we have decided to return to North Carolina and consequently we will on Friday February 4th 1910 I Sell for the high dollar all of our personal ty consisting of Four Fine Teams of Mules All 10 hands high nndrpung And sound anti fat with good welg I HOIIIO cattle sheep and horses All of our Farming Jul which are good und new having I Wen used only one senson One brand new I innehlnc Peering innko tobacco set- tursculttvntorsTnminq I plow Dlau liar row2 Rood vngonsund taunyother things too numerous to mention About 900 Bales Good Timothy Hay About 200 Barrels orn Alraut 40O tobacco sticks and about 60 acres of hemp Turinmadeoutreserve otilmlt Doivt forget this I stuff goes whether the ground hog aces his I shadow or not Jl OliAN DLICR Auct 38 SHORE OX CO 7 98c ForaBoltpfLong Cloth 41 lOc For all Colors and White Linen finish i Suitings Jast clurs loc For n Bolt of Q yards Torecbon Lace I 35c For a fine 40inch French Nainsook i MartinC + L R Hughes T W Humble Y O 20 Per Cent OfffI t 20 per cent off on any Shoe in our house Wo have them i inane Patents Vicis Ox Blood Gun Metal Etc+ All stylesjand sizes Tops in Gray Blue Green Black Etc Will also till any Oxfords at exactly cost This i is strictly a cash proposition Wo also havo a nice line of Shirts Tics Etc for men Alto represent two of tho best Tailoring concerns in the country and guarantee Fit Quality and Pricete HUGHES MARTIN CQ Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY I r 1 Hamburg l- Specials 1t j We have gone through our line of HamburgAnd picked out all of the short pieces and those which are slightly soiled we have marked them below cost in order to move theme out hcforo our new stock arrives I WE PERKINS I Crab Orchard Ky i 1 Tinning Plumbing Heqttyg Dont let 1010 pileS without having hot and cold water through your t house with a beautiful whitewPorcelain Bath Outfit I Have W K WARNER to install your country water work wits reasonable prices and guarantee We also carry in stock FORCE ANDCISTERN PUMPS Roofing anti Roofing Paints Call and see Us W K WARNER Stanford KyI i W L MJDARTYPres E Ct WALTON VPres L R HUGHE88 X r I1 Stanford Real Estate Co t I ti 0 Stanford KentucKy rr I Farms and Ton Property Handledon Cpmmj onttotgAAand Bonds Sold If you Have Property to Sell or Rent s Write for Circular to 1 LeR HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky r Thellnterior Journal Jhtered in the Poet Ojfice at Stanford al deWI matter LN TIMETABLE No n Houth It M p x No siMouth 1043 A x No 14 North 4W A xr No NorthBH9 P X No 27IOt AM No IS 140 p x JOS S RICE Agont A S PRICE1 Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Offoa over lIIc t the Owsley Buildi- ngMASONSI MEET db4wlllmeotfnthird Monday night of each month at 790 clock In their hall on main itreeet Stan ford Ky Members of sister lodges are fro ternally invited to bo present T W Pen alngtou See Fall and Winters Stock your l bpntnllorot ex- perIence Then your clothes whethern low eveningclotheswhich plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will also take your meat am toptasamples on band ready for your Inspection IIO RUPLKY TheTailor Stanford Kjr L CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I i f I can furnish the public with the best as well as the freshest or cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make n specialty of wreaths Sot for funeral purposes allkindsprices OHKIBTMAXGRKEN HOUBK8 Kn HnnuAiiD PBOII Stanford Ky kisurts Jobacco and Tobacco Urns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance MAn STANFORD KY Residence Phone M Office 95 Insure with me and be fully prolc- ctedCONCRETING We are in position to do all kinds of con eretlng as Work Pavements and in fact we can make any thing from rkonse down to a fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee llr tcla i pricesbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky I Mahoney fish Insurance and Real Estate All kinds of INSURANCE on nil kinds of property Only the larg est companies represented Ratcajis low as can be had anywhere Stanford Hy Phone 200 J Le Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm KB Also Dealers in Fur BitareMattingsRug8 They willexchange Furniture for all fcnds of Stocky Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY JC McClary i Vndertaker Embalmer ardt i Coder IriHarness Saddlery STANFORD KY eleaelef illomeJPltoneaslI I FARMERS DEPARTMENT Fity good ewes for sale W E Moss Lancaster B D Carter bought of Walter War ren a lot of corn at 3 10 at the crib At a meeting of Bourbon county wool growers the wool clip from 1000 sheep was pooled Senator R L Bubbles good horse T M Green won a 500 purse at Tam pa Fla a few days ago R S Scudder sold to Holland of Springfield Mo his 5yearold stallion Chester Peavine for 1800- J D Shore Co sold to B D Holtzclaw a pair of mules for 500 and to J 0 Bogie a pair for 450 FOR SALETwo coming twoyear old mules and two coming threeyear olds Josiah Anderson Stanford R P D No4 James N Cash raised 105000 pounds of tobacco He sold a portion of it at Danville and the balance here It averaged him about Me Dr J H Grady sold his saddle horse to A W Pedigo for 200 C R Royse sold A W Pedigo a pair of mules for 390 Adalr News John L Helm Son have sold to Sam Bell of Glendale 98 export cattle at Sic The cattle will average 1400 paunds Elizabethtown dispatch The directors of the Kentucky Rae fig Association have decided to ask the State Racing Commission for April 30 to May 7 inclusive for dates for their spring meeting The Census Bureau reports the num ber of bales of cotton ginned from the growth of 1909 to January 1C 1910 was 9792990 bales as compared with 12 666209 bales for the year 1908 There came to my place about Dec 15 a boar hog Not marked except his tail its cut close Owner can get him by paying 50c for this notice and his keep D Broughton Crab Otchard 1 HAVE an eightyearold wagon team for sale Also a flvoyearold 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 The Colored Fair Association of Lexington is from reports in greater demand than Standard Oil stock as three shares of 10 each when placed under the hammer of the Master Commis sioner brought 245 Ad each of the shares brought 8166 it is slightly bet ter than 800 per cent which is about record breaking 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 cribs etc two good cisterns the whole farm being well watered well fenced and lays well Will sell as a whole or cut 200 acres with Improvements to suit pur chaser which includes 100 acres as fine bottom land as there is in the county This is a bargain See L R Hughes Stanford Ky Reb Goddard of Harrodsburg own er of the great harness stallion Red Leaf told us at Lancaster Monday that he had decided to sell the grand old fellow at the sales in Lexington in February This will be a good chance for some Lincoln county man to make money Red Leaf has sired a number of fine colts in this county and for years has had a liberal patronage He sired Ben Hur one of the greatest trotters the world ever produced and also is the sireof five pairs of geldings and mares that brought 12000- MATRIMONIAL Editor E B Smith of the Richmond Pantagraph was married a few days ago to Miss Hattie Doty formerly of LancasterClarence Coons aged 19 and Miss Ethel Alfray 17 bothof Mt Sterling who tried and failed to get a license in Ironton 0 after eloping were for given when they returned home and were married Mr Walter N Fowle and Mrs Lula Allen Cormney were married at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs John A Allen at 730 Wednesday evening It was a very quiet affair none but the immediate members of the families being present Rev J J Dickey said the ceremony which was moat impressive After the wedding Mr and Mrs Fowle drove to his home Rose Cottage near Rowland and are there now to their many friends The groom is a splendid business man and a fine gentleman He stands high as a citizen and is an officer in the Christian church For a number of years be has successfully conducted a coal business at his town His bride is one of Stanfords best youug women and is loved most by those who know her beautiful character best She is an only daughter and is almost worshipped by her fond parents We congratulate Mr Fowle on winning her anJ wish for happyjourney Work 24 Hours a Day The busiest little things ever made are Dr Kings New Life Pills Every pill Is a sugarcoated globule of health that changes weakness into strength languor into energy brain fag into mental power curing Constipation Headache Chills Dyspepsia Malarial 2oo at Penny s Drug Btoro Cant Francis veteran of the Mexican war to deailat Faris I 11 CHURCH MATTERS The Presbyterian church at Burn side was slightly damaged by fire Rev B F Swindler of Keene Jes samine county has accepted a call to the Baptist Church at Sharps burgIRev W J Levi has closed a great meeting at Tramble Creekchurch Green county There were 75 conver lIons and 50 accepted into the church Adair News A meeting held at Hawk Creek re cently by Rev F M Jones resulted in 16 additions to the Baptist church The meeting held at Pleasant Point church near Elvira conducted by Revs Geo W Clark of Paris W T Bryant and others resulted in 33 additions to the Baptist church Thirtytwo were bap London Democrat TheMethodist church which has been closed for some time for repairs was reopened last Sunday The work was directed by a judicious committee assisted by the pastor and his wife and the results are very satisfactory to both the congregation and the general public The house has been decorated all the furniture and woodwork varnished and a new carpet put down so that the interior has the appearance of a new building The roof and exterior have been painted also Mr J J Belden executed the work in a most satisfacto ry manner The parsonage likewise has received marked attention two coats of paint on the outside two rooms pa pered new grates the library floor grained and the woodwork paintedand material on the ground for a new roof The congregation is to be congratulated on its success The union anniversary services held at the Presbyterian church of the birth of the babe born in a manger in Bethlehem in the days of Herod the King over 1900 years ago were the most interesting because of the beautiful and appropriate songs the Instructive addresses and the notably close attention of the congregation that filled the building that the writer has ever attended Rev Homer Carpenter always eloquent and gracefulhe is really a pulpit orator told about an old church in England in which there is a wooden statue of Jesus Christ with the hand axtended and nail prints in It through which the members let fall the contributions for the support of the gospel The illus tration was beautiful related in his in teresting way The several solos by ladies each having words in some way referring to the birth and crucifixion of the Godman were inspiring to every attentive ear Shelby ville Sentinel H Asst Cashr WVSanndersBooUkeeper B D CARTER 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12 48 18 00h 11 08 1500 8 48 13 50h 7 08 12 wII 7 48 10 00i 6 48 9 00II 548 800 405 7 60n 4 58 o 6 00 1 n 08- vj 00 2 08 Boys Suits Straight ami KnickerbockorPfliili 88 00 Boys Suiu 15 48 7 48 108 0 50 418 5 00 a 48 4 00II 278 3 00u 2 28 2 OII 1 48 200 08 Hats Largest Stock in Town 84 00 Johu B Stetson hats 32 08 3 50 II 2 78 3 00 Hats 2 28 2 50II 1 08 2 00 148 1 50I US 1 00 78 Mens Cashmere land Worsted Pants Ouches Trousers 5 00 ttO4 00II III 3 28 3 50u r I 2 R8 3 00 it 2 10 2 50 S 1 08 2 00II U 1 48 50 08 tBOYS PANTSStraight and Knickerbocker He tol798T HEAVY FLEECED UNDERWEAR 50c quality 38c 25c lOcAll Shoes Go Below Cost Patent Vici Vclcm and Gun Metal 85 shoes at 8338 400 Shoes at 320 350 slices at 278 300 shoes at 228 250 shoes at 198 200 shoes at 168 150 shoes at 119 The Ball Band Felts 4 00 Felts 3 46 t 3 50 2 08 300 24C 2 50 1 i8 Rubbers C I 2 25 Rubbers Ball Band 1 88f2 00II 103 175 48It j DaysaNext Door to Lincoln County National Bank i SAMISTANFORDI The Wintry Blasts j i May Come And the Rain and Snow Fall but your stock will keep warm in Nunnelleys New Stock Yards Plenty of Covered Pens and Feedo and Water Boat market in the State Bo bring them on Court Day Second Monday I M BRUCE Assistant 1- v I V I P