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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL YOLo XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY I 1910NV97 POLITICAL Gen William F Draper former American ambassador to Italy Is dead inWashingtonMilton aged 70 Is dead at tho homo of his niece Mrs Nathan Bogie In Garrard Tho bill to enable Loulsvlllo to con struct a now city hospital passed the Kentucky Senate by a unanimous voto The Plnevlllo Sun suggests Gen I1 Wat Hordln as an independent candl date for Congress in tho Eleventh dls trlct President Tuft sent to the Senate the nomination of F W Parker to be as Blatant justlco of tho supremo court or f Now Mexico Tho withdrawal of Judgo Frank Critz from the Senatorial contest in Missis ippl was announced at Jackson IUs withdrawal did not materially aid In breaking tho deadlock p The postal savings bank bill was fa vorably reported to tho Senate from the Senate Committee on lost omcee and Postroads practically In tho form submitted by tho subcommittee Tho Kentucky Legislature passed a resolution urgently inviting the govern ore to hold their next conference In Frankfort Gov Wlllson of Kentucky is chairman of the committee to soled the place of meeting Admitting that the Payne Aldrlch tariff law would have to be justified by tho results of its practical operation Representative Boutcll of Illinois a member of the commit tee which framed the measure made a vigorous defense of tho now law In the House Primaries for selecting the democrat Ic nominees in four Congressional die tracts of tho State will be held next month but so far no action has been taken by tho party authorities in this the Eighth Congressional district look ing to the manner and time of choslng our nominee lIon J Norton Fitch district chairman is expected to Issue a call for a meeting of the committee at an early date It is said that a ma jority of tho committee favor a prima ry and an early one in order that it may be over and out of the way In time for any sore spots to heal before the election this fall So far there has been only one official announcement that of tho present Representative in CongressHarvey HelmShelby Sentinel IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The courthouse at liurnside was damaged 200 by fire Stock In the Citizens National Bank of Lancaster sold for J158 E N Steeley a leading merchant of Willlnmsburg is dead aged 62 Dann Carr colored was given a life i sentence for killing Hal Denny at Bur Kin Bryant Newby has been appointed postmaster at Whitlock in Madison countyGeorge Hansford and G W Coch ran aged and prominent Casey county citizens are dead Mr4 Isaiah Jackson aged 62 died at his home near Mt Hebron Garrard county after a protracted illness j June Wren charged wllh burning Nuchola tobacco barn near Paint Lick was held over to the grand jury in 200 Thera now seems a good chance that Mrs Eugenia Dunlap Potts of this city and who Is one of the bestknown women In Central Kentucky will re ceive nearly half a million dollars as re- Imbursement for cotton belonging to Mrs Potts which was seized by the United States at the close of the Civil War says a Lexington dispatch The loss of the Lexington Gazette i would not bo so much except that It I takes out of the ranks of journalism t that most unique writer and prince of goqd follows Will Walton The mis Cake in the establishment of the Gazette was that it was Intended primarily as a political organ When tho paper was on Its last legs the directors per suadod Walton to take charge in the blbpe that ho could put It on Its feet again That he failed was no fault of i his He was up against a hopeless proposition But Walton will not con sent to be a back umber and wo hope to see him again at tho head of a pros porous paper Meantime may ho get all the good things he deserves and that will be plenty Ed Leigh in how ling Green Messenger p a A Frightful Wreck of train automobile or buggy may causecuts bruises abrasions sprains or wounds that demand Bucklena Ar nica Salveearths greatest healer Quick relief and prompt euro results For burns bolls sores of all kinds eczema chapped hauds and lips soro eyes or corns its supremo Surest pile cure 25o at Pennys Drug Store row WANTED to buy a good Lincoln county t farm of the value of 20000 to 30 4 000 Address Lock Box 204 Stanford 1It 1 HUSTONVILLE D C Allens splendid harness more died of colic Mrs Bettle Barnett has rented for cash several acres of tobacco land at 515 without barn room Portman Peacock u native of our city but for several years a resident of St Louis is visiting friends and relatives hero Bring your pictures In and have them framed See samples of mouldings and make your own selection Prices right Adams Bros Hustonvllle On account of tho Illness of Miss Helen Mocker the C W B M meet Ing which was to have been held with her will bo held with Mrs John J Allen on Thursday afternoon Wm Rigging one of Caseys cleverest gentlemen has bought the Thomas J Robinson farm adjourning our city limits on tho Danville pike at 1100 per acre Wo gladly welcome this family to our community Mrs Katherine Warriner and daugh ter Miss Kate of Liberty spent Sat urday with Mrs Judge Wm Myers their relative They leave this week for Lexington where Mrs W goes to make her home while completing Kat ies musical education Miss Alice Cabbell has returned from a weeks visit to Mr and Mrs W D Stogg at Klddville Miss Myrtle Drye of Bradfordsvllle s tho handsome guest of Mrs John Dlnwlddle Mrs Daniel Traylor spent some days last week with her friends and parents here Leo Ed rlngton of our city has accepted a po sition in Anderson Ind with a large automobile factory Ho is quite a mechanic and will soon learn the busi ness Mrs Nannlo W Owens anative of our city but a resident of Raleigh N C for several years hue returned to Louisville where she will make her homo with her sister Mrs M F Brad ley One of our largest tobacco raisers sold and delivered his crop last week and receiving a draft concluding ho wanted the currency he presented the draft and asked for it which he very promptly received amounting to 11 000 The bills not being large tho bulk necessitated largo feed basket in which to carry it home That a farmer in this community can produce a crop that one ordinary twohorse wagon load will bring him J690 is certainly most convincing evidence of the pro ductiveness of the lands sold by W R Williams Co Hustonvllle Ky who have farms adjoining above land for saleRuel Spragcns who for some years has been chief electrician and superin tendent of our telephone company and whose work has been most srtlsractory has Accepted a position with the Nat local Harvester Co Ills headquarters will be in Louisville and we predict that success will be his Gcorgo M Givens Is visiting James Hnrbeson and other Perryvillo relatives John Lynn and James Allen are both much better Tho little daughter of A J Weddle has pneumonia Mrs Burdctte Powell and son Henry are on the sick list Cleve Dunn is acting superintendent of our telephone company and is catching on rapidly CHURCH MATTERS Rev D M Walker will conduct the prayer meeting services at tho Mctho diet church Thursday nlpht An interesting protracted meeting is in progress at Hebron church It will continuo through this week REV AND MRS J J DICKEY went to Louisville Monday to attend the Lay mens Missionary Convention Rev Robert Campbell of Danville has accepted n call to the pastorate of tho Waddy Christian churchAdvo cato Dr R 11 Crossfleld of Lexington has recently closed a meeting at one of the Christian churches in Washington City which resulted in 102 confessions Most of them were baptized into tho church Tho Laymens Missionary Convention which meets in Louisville tonight Tuesday is one of 75 conventions being hold in that many cities in the United States Tho meetings began in October and will close in April with a National convention at Chicago Tho movement is undenominational and its object is to awaken a greater interest in missions Already an increase al most of 10 0000 over last years con tributions has been pledged in tho cities where these meetings have been held Work 24 Hours a Day The busiest little things over mado are Dr Kings Now Life Pills Every pill U a sugarcoated globule of healtb that changes weakness Into strength languor into energy brainfag into mental power curing Constipation Headache Chills Dyspepsia Malarial 25a at Pennys Drug Store FOUND in Waltons Opera House a boys McIntosh Call at this office for It NEWS NOTES A Bourbon county Negro was fined 825 for failure to pay taxes on his dog v Three Negro prisoners in tho county- jail at Hopklnsville sawed a bar and made their escape William Jennings Bryan and family have arrived In Peru and are being wined and dined by her populace Mrs Flora Baker of Newport whom John Losey is accused of shooting died and the charge against him has been amended to murder Francis Goddard convicted murderer took advantage of permission to attend his wifes funeral at Galllpolls 0 and escaped from his guards Engineer Charles Trout of Somerset was killed and Fireman Wilson was probably fatally Injured in a wreck on the Q C near Robbins Tenn The campaign for an amendment to the constitution of Indiana prohibiting the manufacture or sale of liquor in that State was opened at South Bend SaturdayTho of tho birth of quadruplets to Mrs W W Wilson of Los Angeles proves to have been a hoax None of the children are hers and tho courts have taken a hand In the affair Over 1800 people attended the tuner al services held at Covington Sunday over the body of the late Arthur Goe bel The sermon was preached by Dr Gilbert Schmidt assisted by Dr Albert Hammerschmldt Returning from a wedding party Samuel Lalu a Roumanian in this country but a short time blow out the gas in a rooming house near Indianapolis and he and Mrs Elsie Beckman 26 years old were asphyxiated Three men were drowned when the towboat Enterprise struck a skiff In which the men were crossing the His fssippi river at Memphis A fourth man in the skill when It was run down escaped by swimming ashore The Seine at Paris has begun to fall slowly Tidings from flooded districts above Paris gay hope of a more rapid fall Hundreds of persons are reported without food and homeless but the government is coming to their aid Unless Gov Willson interferes and grants acommutation of the sentence Floyd Frazier must hang for the mur der of Ellen Flannery in Letcher coun ty The Court of Appeals nfllrmcd the decision of tho lower court In his case The Kentucky court of appeals Thurs day said the final word in two impor tant cases when it overruled petitions for rehearing cases of the Burley To bacco Society against J E Galtzklll etc and J H Parrlsh against the CommonwealthOno was shot and kill ed and a second probably fatally wound ed by a guard at the Navy Yard at Portsmouth N H while the men were trying to escape in a boat A third man accompanying them was wounded and captured The investigation into the operations of the Postoflico Department Forestry Service and Interior Department are having a very depressing effect upon republican leaders The future success of the party Is said to look alarmingly gloomy even to tho most hopeful and faithfulAttorney General Breathitt has sub oplnlion turn can authorize the issuance of 500 000 bonds to meet the deficit in the States funds for obligations already contracted and that such action will be legal without ratification by the people In a revolver duel at Edgewood mines near Mtddlesboro Deputy Sheriff Cordon Givens and Benjamin Gatliff a miner were each mortally wounded Givens was attempting to arrest Gat lilt on a charge of disorderly conduct Givens figured conspicuously as an of ficer of the local military company in suppressing the night riders in Western Kentucky two years ago Louis R Glavls finished his testimony before the Joint Congressional Com mittee inquiring into tho Ballinger I iinchot controversy Ho declared among other things that Mr Ballinger on one occasion instructed him not to an investigation against Representative McLachlan of who held a claim in the Green group of coal lands in Alaska Ho quoted Mr Ballinger as saying there had been too much of that sort of thing in the past Those Pies Boyhood Hbwf delicious were the plea or boyhood No plea now ever taste so good SS hats changed tho pies tfo Its you Youve ost tho strong healthy stomach tho vigorous liver the active kidneys tho regular bowels poorsodneeded A complete toning up by ElectrIc Bitters of all organs of di gestion Stomach Liver Kidneys BowelsTry them Theyll restore your boyhood appetite and apprecia tion of food and fairly saturate your body with new health strength and vigor fiOo at Pennys Drug Store j4pMRRRPhRRNRRRRIsRRRRRRRRRRAPId 44494444444ic 4 44444444444444 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 41Itii 22 4 fj 2t 2t- I = 1 9I i49 f NOW GOES r4 41 ZIt 94 il AT COST y4 i 49 9 94 49 29 4 44d Now is The Time To Bug11 9h It r 4t ll Cummins Wearen 1 yr 49F4 4t yA 49 9 STANFORD KENTUCKY y44dPPRMPPPRRRRPRRRRRRRRRRRRRRI44444444444494499449444444444 144 C BRODHEAD IRev W D Powell of Louisville gave an Interesting lecture on Missions at the Baptist church Sunday night The play entltledThe Squires Daughter rendered by the Hamilton Club Saturday night was the finest affair of the kind ever witnessed In Brod head as well as being a success finan dally Mr E A Adams who moved from Hiatt section three years ago to Hy dro Oklahoma has returned to this county and is temporarily located here Ho contemplates buying a farm near StanfordR Hamm and Mrs Matilda Potts were married in Louisville Thursday by Judge Welssenger Mrs Potts is a pretty milliner and Mr Hamm is one of the leading merchants of this place Heres to you and yours R H W C Swineford formerly of this place but later of Lebanon Junction was here Saturday saying goodbye to his friends He leaves with his tam ily Tuesday for Aztec N M where he will engage in the restaurant busi ness Misses Jalia and Sallio Reynolds of Maretsburg were with the Misses Mc Call Sunday A E Albright and daug ter Miss Lena attended the 5th Sun day meeting at Fairview church near Boone Postofiice Sunday Mrs Clyde Hilton of Stanford and Mrs Robert Collier of Crab Orchard were the guests of the formers parents Sunday Chas Pike of Etowah Tenn is with his parents here this week Messrs Wm Kreuger Wm Fish and Ben Grit fin attended church hero Sunday night Mrs W H Sowder was with her parents Mr and Mrs J F Harris in tht Sayers neighborhood Sunday Ex Judge C IL Frith attended the Hamm Potts wedding in Louisville last Thurs day MATRIMONIAL Robt C Pike and Miss Bettle Pen nington were married at Lexington Miss Bertha Christopher of lower Garrard and Alfred Swope of Bry cntavillo were married at Lancaster- A Bloomington III dispatch says Although knowing his bride but a sin gle day Harry Teater of Lancaster Ky and Miss Ora Smith of Taylors vllle were married Tho match was arranged by mutual friends who suggested that the two correspond Letters and photographs were exbhang ed and finally Teater proposed marriage He was accepted and came up from his farm in Kentucky and was married The romantic union attracted much attention corral of catarrh of long standing It is the best thing to kill a cold I have ever got hold of Mrs A Haslan Croton Lee county moneybackbottle We the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 4300000 Resources 34000000 Si H SHANKS PRESIDENT WM BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER CLER- KDIREOTORSl J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Goo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T C Ran kin TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Prcachcrsville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek J FIRST NATIONAL BANtr STANFORD KENTUCKY V ORGANIZED IN 1882tCAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HASJPAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 Combines AbsoluteSafcty with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers WeSolicit Your Account r OFFICERS I S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePresident t John j McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cashr- SVSVSaundersBookkeeper r DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman M D Elmore J M Pettus H C Baughrnan J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson- W B OBannon J S Hocker C E Tate I J- aFOR Rock Bottom Prices ON Wagons i 3S r Plow Gear Buggy Harness L 14 SAUNDERS Crab Orchard 4 The Interior Journal SHELTON M SAUFLEY OWNER HON HARVEYHELM of Lincoln county U a candidate for reo nomination for from the Eighth district subject to the action of the demo cratic party TUE INTERIOR JOURNAL Is now the property of Mr Shelton M Saufley known to many of our Lincoln count readers an experienced newspaper mm and a fine gentleman E C Wal ton who has been with the paper 30 years and who for tho past 10 years ha owned It made the sale some weeks ago but it did not go into effect until this morning Mr Walton will contin uo to run the paper until the first o middle of March when the new owner will moVe over from Frankfort and take charge Our people will gladly welcome the return ol Mr Saufley and his excellent wife and will do all in their power to make good old Stanford fee like home to them A SLICK SCHEME THAT there are more ways to kill a dog than by choking him to death with butter is a homely old saw which has been demonstrated anew by the asso ciation of circuit judges There Is constitutional inhibition against the increase of an officers salary during his term but in order to gut around it the judges laid their heads together and succeeded in evolving the plan to whip the devil around the stump to the tun of 1200 a year apiece They prepar ed a bill which requires them to report to the governor when they have several days of vacation between courts an from them alone the governor is to ap point special judges For this wheth er they perform any extra work or not they are to get 1200 a year each in mileage and as there are 30 or 40 judi cial districts it will be seen that it is going to take a good bunch of money to pay the extra allowance largely more than the 30000 that Gov Will SOil has spent on special judges in the two years he has been the States ex ecutive The Senate has passed the bill and it is said the House will follow its lead If it does each judge will get a salary of 4200 a year and while the services of some of them are cheap at double the price there are circuit judg es in the State that are hardly wort that many cents That a majority o the judges should get more money i undeniable but it looks a little bad when those who are elected to enforce the law should lay awake at night to find some way of violating the drastic principles df it TUB Federal court of New York dis missed the criminal proceedings against the World for its publication in regar to scandals connected with tbe purchas- of the right to dig the Panama as a previous Federal court had di missed a similar indictment against the Indianapolis News for the same alleged offense The indictments were Instigated by Mr Roosevelt whose brother inlaw was said to have been mixed u in the alleged crooked deals and when the news reaches him in darkest Africa ho will doubtless be so mad that he will go and shoot out the heart of the first jeopard he finds THE Court of Appeals has lismisse- the suit against the BurleyTobacco So ciety brought by certain Clark count Y tobacco raisers for the appointment a receivers and ordered that the reedy ers appointed by Judge Benton turnover the 300000 and over that they had taken possession of which was tits credit in the Winchester banks The auit seems to have been the result o spite against the society because of the I removal of its headquarters to Lexing ton and the result shows the value of having a court of last resort that is not influenced by local conditions MRS HENRY YOUTSEY has been grant ed a decreelof divorce and a restoration I to her maiden name She has suffered for ten years and done all in her power to secure the freedom of her convict husband and certainly deserves the relief And now if a goodman who doe not care more for a measley 1200 of flee than he does for her seeks and secures her hand in marriage she may live to forget the horrible nightmare through which she has passed IT Is all up with Beach Hargis He has to go to the penitentiary for life for murdering his father the Court of Ap peals having affirmed the verdict of the lower court His neck ought to have paid the penalty but a merciful jury saved it possibly so that he could join his cousin Curt Jett and like him see and as he says he has secure pardon for his sins even though the Bible say9 no murderer can enter the kingdom o Heaven TUB Harrodaburg Herald has a learned disqusition on Liars Good Bad and Indifferent A good liar is something new under the sun and our friends doubtless account for him like Tobe Gri der described a show when he said it was so dd bad It was really good RKrRESBNTAVIK BEN JOHNSON was at the White House this morning Ho had a long conference with tho pros dent but declined positively to state what matters were considered says a I Washington dispatch We suppose he was explaining to tho president why he took a hand in trying to accomplish gag rule for the Kentucky Senate by sug gesting a twothirds vote to take a bill from a committee and to have the rules adopted without a vote of the body I Ho might have been successful in con haveya making lieve that his suggestions were in their interest IIT has practically been decided that burial of Arthpr Goebel by the side of his brother in tho Frankfort ceme tery will occur on tho same day the statue of Gov Goebel is unveiled next- r Thursday Feb 3 The selection of the burial place and the date is most appro priate The same bullet virtually them both and it is mete that killedI life by the tenderest love their should not be divided In death admirer of the martyred governor and 1of him whose devotion was unto death I make It a point to theI dual event of unveiling and burialIGOV WILLSON fired side of some 10000 words at the Leg islature on the subjects of a new tax plan the erection of a new executive mansion and an appeal to let well partiaI I san then tried to partially atone for the infliction by inviting the body to his I home to a reception which is to occur tonight gulliblepublic The night rider story started by a drunken janitor of the building in Tobaccothe men to kill President LeBus was the thinnest fake ever perpetratedIBoth papers ought to beg their patrons and be sillies TILE Federal court at Atlanta releasi ed on habeas corpus proceedings revenue official who had been sent to jail for contempt by a State court be cause he refused to divulge information which he had gained officially with ref erence to a distillery operating in Geor gia This looks like the general gov ernment is in league with hell an the liquor traffic countrysto a I that he thought a man ought to marry as many wives as he could support This looks like rather drastic action since so many men are permitted to marry women whom they make no ef fort to support somaa with a way hassbeen unable to present days because the body adjourned be fore his name was called However a man with such a patronymic deserves leftpTimE Legislature has already author ized tho payment of 8200 for extra help which was not needed and now if it will follow up the extravagance by apt propriating 2000 for a Legislative prod ponents and promoters games rCONN LINN who was acting governor for a few hours last week will go to Oklahoma to practice lawafter his term as Senator expires Hopkinsville Ken tuckian After his conn game with tho county unit bill there is one thing sure pracf tice statesmanship again in Kentucky SINCE there is such a great ado over the of meat in the cities 1 Cor inthians 813 might be parodied to read Wherpfore If high price meat make my brother to suffer I will eat no flesh while the world standeth or until the price Is reduced SECRETARY WILSON says that the necessities of life cost more in America deenutsrequire an investigating committee or a wiseacre to discover this eelf evident proposition EVANSTON ILL doctors have raised the price of officiating at births more than 100 per cent another reason for race suicide and argument against the high prices of the necessities of life The Great Texas Panhandle Thekmaker Is rich farming land God U mill resting on the ocllth duv He Is not making any more land Tho Texas Pan fhandlelsthelustotthn rich IcvJl land for Fortunes will bo mado on the advance In prlco on these hands in the next few yeura Homo seekers will KO no further when they see It Hwlth cr county la the garden spot and pride of thonlalns The tent watered and the rich vat land no clearing or no hoods or cyclones High altitude delightful all mate A proven wheat country First prize awarded our wheat and oats at the National Uorn JbpollUou at Omaha No bratkn For free Illustrated booklet address JAMKH FHYHBKCTDIIAGOMMKK DIAL CLUB Tullttbwlshor County Texas Claims A N D Accounts and Claims Collected where In tho United States NO CHARGES MADE UNLESS WE COLLECT WE COLLECT WHERE OTHERS FAIL MAYS AGENCY WOODSON MAYMgr Somerset Kentucky r Auctioneer I jJolTer my services to the OOpleof Lin coin county as nn auctioneer satisfaction guaranteed Jr W McWHOHTKU- Moreland Ky It 111 01 Residence Turnersvllle Stock of Merchandise for Sale- I desire to sell privately my stock of Oro ceries and Hardware a good bust ness Will invoice about JJwo llvnson 111 health OEO DIIOPlKHBtanford Ky HOME FORSALEI iOne story cotta of rooms and all- nlcellary outbuildings Alt contains one ncredlvldet Into cow lot on which Is roomy barn buggy house corn crib etc Hood garden spot This Is desirable place locat ed on corner of Whltleyand Miller streets A HHOLTZptuVW Stanford KyZ SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING I am prepared todo all kinds of surveying and civil engineering promptly My ork will bo guaranteed and my prices are rea sonable Write me at SlcKlnno or call me over tho telephope through the Hustonvllle Exchange WAtiFKR MoKINNEV Harry Jacobs Dealer la and Manufacturer of Marblo and Cranito Monu monts Markers and Posts Cemetery and Lawn Vases and Settees Olllce and works McKinney Ky REWARD Having suffered considerable annoyance and damage from outlaws In breaking gate latches and tearing down and destroying runsdn reward for Information leading to tbe conviction of such person or persons I will therefore give the sum of ro for infor mation leading to the arrest and conviction sawed down or torn down any of my gates on the county road which runs from the llnstonvlllo turnpike to the Dlll +rlgevllle turnpike through my farmland I give the same amount for Information leading orI Collections IJotes COLLECTION brokenI AugUII1lGO1 FARM FOR SALE l My farm of CT acres of Rood land well tin proved welt watered and fenced Is for title It Is located seven mhos trolll In the Maywood section Houte hat six rooms New barn nnd other necessary outbuildings A bargain If sold at once LJVISClHTOSJIt FARM FOR SALE OR RENT Contains 140 acres belt tobacco land 110 the county McKlnney Wlll4rnllesfronisell or rent ono of lour rooms and the other of two rooms Two orchards of nearly WJ trees Tobacco tarn that will bold 10 urns of tobacco cheapest term In Kentucky at price O n IHIAWNEK McKInney K- yTRIBBLE PENCE Furniture ami Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford KentucHy FARM FOR SALE I A No1 farm of 185 acres llouie has four rooms and n good cistern There Is a rood barn and abundance of stock water This land Is about half Virgin soil adapted to raising grass buy corn wheat oats hemp and tobacco Is all In grass except about m acres and lion the pike ncargood churches and depot and has a good orchard and outhousesLock Box 161 Stanford Kentucky NOTICE Insure your Tobac co and Tobacco Barns in the West End In surance Agency Get your policies written right in a good com pany by W CAMPBELL I Ilustouvillc Ky rI Carload Of Fresh Lime JUST RECEIVED tltti Wr H HIGGINSi Stanford Kentucky I IR B MAHONEY Pres J T WHITE Sccy W 8 FISH Trcos The Citizens Realty and i Title Co Farms houses and lots for rent sale or exchange Persons desiring quick sales or purchases in realty of all kinds Call on or write us STANFORD KY Promptness and Reasonable Commissions i Our Specialty Phone 200 RURAL TELEPHONESM- R FARMER Make your home ns modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by nieansof our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received Cull or address our nearest ofllco or writo direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Farmers Lino rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service wo RentockyTennesseeIllinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL 3t TEL CO INOOHPOBATBD READY1 For You Owing to an unprecedent ed good early Fall trade We sized up pretty wellIagain in Dec Consequent J ly our stock is in I BETTER CONDITION M than usual at this season of the year to supply your needs We have all kinds of FucJcJ Lwearfrom 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 McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY 8Ea 8EEErag gE a1E8 IfG L Penny It H Coffey E R Coleman 83 hmj j The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil is a most hi W Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and tS1i mStrength It is Especially Useful For SISoldm I tee at r WI PENNY DRUG TORE I i Stanford Kentucky adBBlnLBBBBBBBBEBfwaiklAmerican GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford H B NORTHCOTT Dealer in Live CoalWoolseng and Feathers PHONE 35 LANCASTER KY BRANCH HOUSE STANFORD KY Thtirnwn K Tudor Mgr Telephone No 163 1 HeB NORTHCOTT Stanford t f 62c lOc l2c 200 yards in short lengths in strip ginghams suitable or dresses snirts and wash petticoats Goo t 200 yards Twilled Hickory for Shirts worth ICc yd if bought hi the piece 12 Although cotton goes upwe offer choice of 25 patterns an ever bought fur 12 Join as good percale you The Interior Journal STANFORD KY FJ 1 1910- N SOME great bargains in box paper are being eIosctl out to make room for now stock at Pennys Drug Store I I PERSONALS rMn J S HOCKEK went to London J SaturdayBORN to the wife of Sterling Curtis a daughter TIlE aged Mrs Elizabeth Higglns continues quite sick MRS A II SEVERANCE visited her father at Richmond MRS LUCIEDA GRINSTBAD spent soy eral days in Danville ROBERT WHITE drew tho beautiful silver set at Shugars Tanners- L WEAREN HUGHES of Louisville spent Sunday with his mother here MB D M V STEPIIBNSON and wife of Richmond visited hU dieter here WE had a pleasant call Saturday I Mrs Docla B Gooch of McKin I 1 Miss MATTIE DINWIDDIB of Louis i t ville vine is with her homefolks at Huston I MRS J F CUUMINS and little Ida spent Saturday with Crab Orchard rel ativesMiss BESSIE MARKSDURV of liar rodsburjr is the guest of Miss Luella WhiteMiss FANNIE BRIGHT of Bloomington 111 Is tho guest of Miss Lizzie Bright Miss MARY LEE GIVENS of Hubble has been the guest of Mrs H Rowan Sauflcy MR R II BATSON and family of Lancaster were hero for a short while Saturday MR JOE GOODR who was severely burned n few weeks ago Is getting t along nicely 1MR JOIN DUNCAN of Lancaster was the guest of his sister Mrs Char lotte Warren MISSES PEARL HAMPTON and Jessie Saturday with Lan Let Phillips spent caster friends Mn AND MRS J L HAMILTON are In Rolling Fork Miss for a weekLan e caster Record SUSIE AND MARY COOLEY of are with their parents Mr and Mrs Dan Cooley REV R R NOEL spent several days I with his daughters Misses Mary and Gertrude In Danville MR J II McAUBTER wrrlved from Way Miss Friday night to be with I his wife who is ill of typhoid fever MR AND MRS J M RAINES and lit I tie daughter Margaret of Lebanon are guestslof Mr and Mrs W P Kin csld MR W S FlSH8 family has joined him from Paint Lick and they now oc j cupy street the OBannon cottage on Lancaster MR W 81Flsll of the Mahony Fish Insurance Co of Stanford was here Monday looking after Insurance J Liberty News MISS SOTIB ALCORN of the faculty I of tho School for the Deaf at Danville I I spent Saturdayiand Sunday with the homofolkslhcro MRS W S BEAZLEY add children who have been visiting relatives hero and at Lancaster have returned to their home atLos Angeles MR SUP STAGG of Lexington sends us b1 forlhls I J to Jan 1911 J and asks that his paper bo changed to 162 EastlHlRh street that city MRS SJ TATEU the Crab Orchard milliner wasonlFridays train returning from Louisville where she bought lots of spring andtsummcr millinery Mils JOIINW BASTIN of Pittsburg passed through last week en route to Muhlenburg county to visit her husband who has large coal Interests therePROF J W IRELAND and family are moving to rooms at tho College Mr A H Severance will occupy tho house they vacate having bought tho place some weeks ago MR J E PORTMAN and family have moved to Chicago from Louisville and are at homo at 3232 Le Moyno street where they say they will always bo glad to seo their Lincoln county fronds REV R B MAHONY left Friday for Florida to spend a few weeks with th- ethopoor regaining his health In his absence Mr W S Fish his partner It and Mr Eph D Pennington the office man will look after the interests of theI firm of Mahony Fish The Drudggery of Sewing Ie lessened by the joy of having now and pretty materials to make up We have a most attractive assortment of materials for early sewing In addition to our stock of white goods embroideries and laces wo have just opened and placed on sale 50 now Spring ginghams and 25 pieces of percale Wo also have a much lrrger assortment than over two new patterns in Stickerei Braids fur trimming ginghams and percales 10e Fifteen Pretty Patterns in a Fine Soft Dress Gingham I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY I 1Cron uMIssEB tInsurance 1212c MR GEO L PENNY Is In Frank fort on business ATTORNEY GEORGE B SAUFLRY continues quite ill Miss FRANCES COOPER Is with flue tonvllle friends Miss LILLIE EADS of Hustonvlllo Is with Miss Katherine Eads Miss ALUB STAGO of Hu tonvllle is the guest of Miss Maggie Stagg MR WALTER HEAVENS of Mahomet III Is visiting relatives In this county NEWS comes from Louisville that Mr E IL Walker of Garrard who la in a hospital in the Falls City Is doing no good Tine Sophomore class of tho Stanford Graded School stormed Miss Maude Stone Friday night and spent almost enjoyable evening Mn H P HAWKINS left Saturday for Pass Christian on tho gulf cost where he will spend some time fishing Mrs Hawkins has been there for some weeks LOCALS THERE are only four prisoners in the jail ROLLER SKATESatl per pair Cal on Claiborne Walton FOR SALEA 1 good secondhande two horee wagon W H Higglns IP you want good treatment try the Country Store this year W W White Prop FOR SALEA pair of mules a bar ness mare and a Jersey cow L R Hughes Stanford FOR SAtELot of locust posts Will cut to order J M Ware Stanford R F D No1 Telephone No 721 STABLE FOR RENT Has three stall loft etc Located on street and con venlcnt for use Mrs L B Cook Stanford TllR Mt Vernon Signal agrees with us that Stanford needs a new depot Andeverybody docs so far as that Is concerned SENATOR BRADLEY has secured pen lion of 30 a month for Francis M Thompson and a similar one for Richard M Johnson of Rockcastle NEWS domes from Paducah that tbe wife of Dr Cicero Eubanks formerly of this county was burned to death She is survived by her husband and one eonSOLD havesold my stock oC groceries and insist on all who owe mean account to please call and settle 110 I can straighten up my business al once Respectfully J M Phillips 9 WANTED 25 salesmen and 25 sales ladies to work during our sale which begins tomorrow Wednesday Also bundlewrappers and cash boys Apply Tuesday afternoon to Sam Goldstein Stanford TIIEODORE TilE TERRIBLE COUld find no fault with Lincoln countys jailer Uncle Dink Farmer Theodore recommends large families and Mr Farmer has one18 children in all1i of whom aro alive lie has eight of them In the jail residence with him RURAL carriers anot by the postal department to collect loose coins from rural boxes Coins for mon ey orders and stamps should be placed In an envelope or small coin box In or der to save delay to the carrier in searching for coins in the rural boxes DORA FORRERT bright little two and a half year old daughter of Mrs Catherine McClary died after a pro tracted illness of a complication of troubles lato Thursday afternoon and was laid to rest in Buffalo Cemetery by tho side of her father Friday afternoon af tar services at the homo at 3 oclock by Rev D M Walker The mother is almost prosprated with grief and In her dark hour every hoart in tho community goes out to her May Ho who cares for tho widow and the orphan give her strength to hold up under the trials and tribulations which aro now hers Only a few short years ago her husband was taken and now her child is gone Surely her cup of sorrqw run neth over A largo crowd gathered at the McClary home to attend the funeral and followed the little white casket to the cemetery Flowers In great profusion were sent and brought by sympathetic friends and when placed upon and around tho little grave the mound was hidden from view WHEN you want bargains try the Country Store W W White Prop Fon RENT Office in the INTERIOR JOURNAL building Apply at this of fice IP you are looking foroysters and celery go to J D Hortons restau rant You will find high grade goods al- Ways at the Country Store W W White Prop PEAK AmandaPeak a half sister of the late Col T P Hill died In Louisville and was burled here Sun day She lived on the Hanging Fork In this county for many years ALL parties having claims agalnstthe estate of Dr L B Cook are directed to present them properly verified to my attorney P M McUoberts at once Mrs L 0 Cook administratrix WE desire to express our thanks to I our kind neighbors and friends who were so faithful to us during the illness of our beloved husband and father Mrs J H Bright and daughters UNCLE Eu BOWERS now of Llneln can get his mail hereafter at Gum Sul phur if it suits him better than at Crab Orchard Representative Harvey Helm by hard work has finally gotten a promise of the department to establish an office at this suburb of Crab Orch ard Washington Cor Louisville Post LASDWo have three small tracts of unimproved land for sale at a bargain one 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 I NAVE bought styock groceries of J M Phillips on East Main street and will close out the present stock at a reduced prices I have bought so I can sell lots of the stock at and below cost and will do so Call and see for 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 I DIDNT see Cummins Wearens advertisement in your last issue whats the matter asked a friend of this pa per Well we are to blame for it In making up the forms so as to get Sam Goldsteins big ad in we set Cum mins Wearens aside and just forgot It We apologize both to the clever firm and our readers for the sin of omission Cummins Wearen are still selling out at cost and if you want sure enough bargains you can get them of them r TUG INTERIOR JOURNAL having chan ged hands its behooves the patrons of the paper to square up their accounts If you are behind or your subscription or account on the books you are requested to call promptly and settle and If you live too far away to bring tho money just put it In an envelope die rect it to tho I J put on a twocent stamp and Uncle Sam will do the rest Please address all communications and make checks payable to Shelton M Saufley Stanford Ky BRIGHT Mr John H Bright one of Lincoln countys oldest best and most respectedmen died at tho homo of his daughter Mrs Charles II Carter Thursday evening and was buried InI Buffalo cemetery Saturday morning after services at tho Christian church by Eld Joseph Ballou He is survived by his wife who was a daughter of the late Logan Dawson and two daughters Mesdames C II Carter and H R Mills the latter of Rock Hill S C Mr Bright spent his long life of 76 years in this county and no man stood higher For 25 years he was a miller and many knew him as Miller John Bright there being several other John Brights in the county lie was a con sistent member of tho Christian church since his childhood and was a regular attendant at its services as long as his health would permit For some time however ho had suiferad from Brights disease and ho was unable to leave his I home often Great sympathy Is felt for the aged wife and loving daughters in tho loss of a father who was a fath er in all the word means May Ho give them strength to withstand tho blow that has been dealt them Less than a month ago Mr Bright received a letter telling of the death of a brother in Missouri u Twenty Pieces Swell Pattern in Dress Ginghams 12 12 IFOR SALEA secondhand top bug gy This office FISH oysters celery cranberries Saturday Geo II Farris PIANO FOR SALESquare variety Will sell cheap Apply at this office THREE suites of rooms in the Odd Fellows building for rent Apply to Ed Wilkinson SAM GOLDSTEINS great bankrupt sale will begin at 9 oclock tomorrow Wednesday morning Be on hand to get your share of the bargains that will be offered Everything will go and on many articles you can fix your own price MRS J T HACKLEY has received news of the death of her uncle Mr Addison Maret aged 85 at Webb City Mo He was a native of Garrard county and married Miss Mary Miller of this county a sister of tho late George Miller of 101 Ranch Oklahoma CURTIsMrs Curtis relict of Mr Monroe Curtis died in Louisville Sun day and the remains were brought to the home of her daughter Mrs M F Murphy on tho Danville pike yester day She was very old and had been blind for many years Mrs Curtis is survived by two daughters Mesdames Kate Bowling of Louisville and M F Murphy of this place and two sons Messrs William Curtis of this county and Charles N Curtis of Boyle She was a good woman and a devout mem ber of the Christian church The burial willoccur in Buffalo cemetery this morning after services at the Murphy home by Eld J G Livingston at 10 o cluckBECAUSE of tho inability of the county court to provide a suitable place for holding jury trials at the February term of tho Lincoln circuit court I have acceded to the request of the members of the bar that no criminal penal or civil causes triable by jury shall be had at that term A petit jury willnotbe summoned A grand jury will be summoned as usual and all wit nesses who have been recognized by examining courts to appear at that time will attend for the purpose of tes tifying before the grand jury All witnesses who have been summoned in criminal or penal causes must attend for the purpose of being recognized for appearance at the regular May term which begins the 4th Monday of that month M C Saufley Judge NEGRO DEADCain Gooch an ailed Negro was found dead In the knobs near Blaines Gap Saturday morning having been killed with a shot gun His home was near Turnersville and he was on his way to Mr B F Cains to strip tobacco when he was shot Lairs bloodhounds were sent for and they trailed as far as Jumbo but there lost out Gooch had a watch pistol and about 16 in money when he left home and it is evident that he was murdered for the purpose of robbery Coroner George P Bright summoned a jury and held an inquest over the body the verdict of which In substance was Cam Gooch was murdered by unknown parties It is horrible to think that a man would be murdered for money In this good civilized county and no ef sparedInThis is the time for our people to do something The good name of the county demands i- tPUBLIC SALE Having recently old knekour turn on the nnd Hustonvllle pike ry miles from JIuilonvlllo to JH Murphy we have decided to return to North Carolina nnd consequently wo will on Friday February 4th 1910 peuonaltyFour Fine Teams of Mules All 10 hands high and youa sand sound and tat with weight nuo some cattle ibeop nnd horses All of our Farming im plements which nre good Rod new having cn used only one season Ono brand new hemp machine Poerlnu make tohnoco letter cultlvntornTurnlni plows Vile liar thinKStooHayAbout About Oooo tobacco sticks anti about CO urns of hemp Sale to begin promptly nt a A M Terms made known ontiny of sale Will sell with out reserve of limit Dont forget that this stuff goes whether the ground hoe sees his shadow or not J POIIANBLIf It Auct J H SHORE OX CO The new style of Head Dress s Switch and a turban We have them at roe low prices Ask to look nt theee goods L R T W Humble W 0 Martin I BIG Hair Goods requires tonishingly Hughes I Embroidery And Lace SALE I I Hamburg and insertion to match widths from 1 to 10 inches ma erialnainsook and Swiss values from 12je to 25c Choice 8c per yard Also big values in laces edges and insestions In val torschon and linen values from 10 to 15c per yard choice 5c per yard We have anything you are lookidg for in white goods at right prices I HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY HamburgSpecials 1 1 i We have gone through our line oft f Hamburgss- ipicked out all of the short pieces and those which arc slightly soiled we have marked them below cost in order to move them out before our new stock arrives 1 I W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky i Tinging Plumbing Heattyg Dont let 1910 pare without having hot and cold water through ysur house with a beautiful w- hitePorcelain r Bath Outfit Have W K WARNER to install your country water work witi reasonable prices and guarantee We also carry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS Roofing and Roofing Paints Call and see us W K WARNER t Stanford Ky W L MCARTYFres EC WALTON Prea LRIIUGIIES8T Stanford Real Estate Ew9lj r Stanford IIontucKy Farms and Town Property Handled on Coinmissioii Stocks old Bonds Sold If you Have Property toSellor Rent Notify Us Write for Circular to L Re HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky Jii f The Interior Journal Jittered in the Poil0wa at Stanford oi tttenddaa matter L N TIME TRBLE NollHoatbllMFMNo ti Hoath IONS A S No It North 110 A M NullNorth6s9 P M No 1710811 AM NoSltol M JOS S RICE Agont A S PRICEi Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Buildi- ngMASONS MEET T FRAMwllltneetIDthird Monday nlguta ofcoeli month at 791 oclock In their hall on mnln strceot 8tnn ford Ky Members of sister lodges are fra ternnlly Invited to bo present T W lon nlngtoii H- ocFalhandl Winter Stock k JIave your measure token by a tailor of ex penance Then your clothes wtiethertt low clothes will have thatIndlvidnnllty the flneit andlit which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will nUo take your mea UFO for extra troutors fancy ves coati and overcoat Fall and intersamples on band ready for your inspection HO RUPLBYThju Tailor Stanford Ky I CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with tho best ns well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of- all kInd bulbs potted Slower on abort notice Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes In connection with the above I have all kindsof vegetables on band at reasonable prices OHKIBTMANOHKBN HOUSES ED HUUHAltn 1KOH Stanford Ky Insuresjobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 14 Office M Insure with me and be fully protected CONCRETING We are In position to do nil kinds of con creting such as Block Work Pavement ndln fact we can make any thing from r bouse down to a fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee firstclass vork and material Call and get our prices beloro you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Mahoney M Insurance and Real Estate All kinds of INSURANCE all kinds of property Only the larg est companies represented Rates as low as can be had anywhere Stanford Ky Phone 200 JLBeazteyCo =Undertaken and Embalmer era Aleo Dealers in Fur nitareMattingsRug They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock gJGiva Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary WrjdcrtskerEmbalmor and eater inlHarnoss Saddlery STANFORD KY Mi HPhoaetW =lriomelPhoae3lJ FARMERS DEPARTMENT Fity good ewes for sale W E Moss Lancaster Henry Bowman of Rockcastle got 283 for tho tobacco from two acres The 131acre farm near Nicholas vile known as the Welch place sold at 107FOR SALE40 bushels Blue Grass I seed in chaff Price 115 bushel W M Bright At Bowling Green on court day mules sold at 175 to 250 One extra good one brought 275 I J B Honakcr of tho West End bought of E A Cowan of Pulaski a pilr of mules for 400 Carroll Dudderar writes us that ho and his father have sold to Samuel J Bell a five ycar old saddle gelding for 350FOR SALETwo coming twoyear old mules and two coming threeyear olds Josiah Anderson Stanford R F D No4 Tho wholesale price of meat dropped a cent and a half in Brooklyn In Bos ton larger shipments of cattle are be lag received for export as a result of the meat strike I There camo to my place about Dec 15 a boar hog Not marked except his tall its cut close Ownercan get him by paying 50c for this notice and his keep D Broughton Crab Orchard I RAVE an olght year old wagon team for sale Also a fiveyearold wagon horso 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 Stock hogs In Hardln county are a scarcity and the price thereof Is at an aeroplane height A bunch of CO sold at Sic Some of the dealers in this class of hogs are even asking 9 and 10 cents says a dispatch BARGAIN 257 710 acre farm about five miles from town on good pike 1 mle from school church and store 100 acres fine tobacco land Nine room brickresIdence 240barrel crib shed granary silo barns etc Fencing good and place well watered Nino neverfailing springs cement troughs etc In a splendid neighborhood Stan ford Real Estate Co 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 lave 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 Dunn Adams the Danvillo real es tate men sold the livery stable occu pied by B G Fox at Danville to Jas Martin of Lexington for 12500 The sale was made for Mrs A I Caldwell Mr Fox will continue to run the sta bleuCol C R Anderson bought of J M Sallee his 311acre farm on the Per ryville pike at 135 James H Swope sold 20000 pounds of tobacco to WP Kincaid of Stanford at 15c Joe Wil liams a Negro was fined 100 for selling whisky L B Lee of Waynes burg gave him away The Q C has ordered 20 more Malet engines at a cost of 27500 each Samuel D Ma gee of Crab Orchard has accepted a position with his brother John Magee the wellknown grocerAdvocate rPREACHERSVILLE Nearly all our people watch the com et each night the weather permitting Jones Cress are buying all the stock in this vicinity They shipped a mixed car of hogs and cattle to Cincin nati for which they paid good prices Miss Sarah Howard closed her school at the Hobbs schoolhouse Friday She has taught an exceptionally fine school giving entire satisfaction anil the pupils made rapid progress Tho school en joyed a nice treat of oranges and can dy Recitals were part of the program of the last day and many friends and patrons called to say goodbye to the excellent teacher before her departure for home P E Parrish is out again after a sc vere spell of tonsllitls Mrs Susan Cress visited Mrs Mahan at Lancaster Mrs Marlnda Blankenship and daugh ter Miss Ellen visited at Brodhead Arthur Miller accompanied his aunt Mrs Brent to North Salem Ind Miss Ella Thompson of Boyle has been vis sting her friend Miss Hallio Brown in Garrard Mesdames Richardson and Rigsby of Garrard visited Mrs Levi Bell Napoleons Grit was of tbo unconquerable aever say die kind the kind that you need most whoa you have a bad cold cough or lung disease Suppose troches cough syrups cod liver otior doctors have all fall id dont loss heart r hope Take Dr Kings New Discovery Satisfaction guaranteed when used for any throat or lung trouble It has saved thousands of nupeless sufferers It masters stubborn colds obstinate coughs hemorrhages la grippe croup asthma bay fever and whooping cough and is the most safe and certain reme dy for all bronchial affections fO- cel Trial bottle freo at Pennys Drug Store FOR SALE I Stock of eenernl morchnntlltoln Huston vlllo on Main Hlrcct Well known stand and trade established Write for particu lara to V IIMOMIC liustonvllle JQ I J BELDEN For bOUlfi carrlago And ahln painting deco rnUve pnper hanging also buggy trimming of nil kinds such ni tops recovered curtains and boots matte Htopovnr Aldrldeoi blnck mnlth shop West lltitn Ht Ky Phone No 6 JH IJIJoHn1 N FOR SALE I Oovor Hotel at Crab Orchard olio store room Just across street with post otllce nd Joining trod n cottage or otllco of tnree rooms All necessary outbuildings MUSOUKTJHaOVHIl Oral Orchard Ky B D CARTERN- ow Llvorv Dopot Street Phono 06 STANFORD KENTUCKY CLEMENS HOTE J L EIJCIK Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKY Large airy outside rooms Oommorcln travelers it specialty Bpeolal rate by wee or month Tho proprietor Is n former Mn coin county man and tits friends should remember him when stopping In his town Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Ky I Undertakers Embalmers We car ry an uptodate lin of goods HENRY WATTERSONPAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In the United States have not beard of the Oourler Journal Democratic In all thing fair in all things clean In all things it Is essentially a family paper n a special arrangement we are enabled to of fer the WEEKLY OOUU1EBOUUNAL one you and this paper for the price named above Bend your subscription for the com blnatlon to usnot tc the Courier lour Sheriffs Sale For Taxes Monday Feb J 4JO Being the lit day of the February trim of the Lincoln county court I will between the hours of 9 oclock A M and 4 pclock P MH in Goat of the comt house door in Stanford Ky sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder for cash in hand the following lilts or so much at will pay taxes cost and penalty As rut as payments are made the names wit d appear The amount set opposite each name includes 6 per cent penalty and cost of advertising Stanford White Bright J W 140 acres 74 34 Carpenter Sisters town lot 22 75 Collins Mrs Bettie 40 acres I 60 Dawes C L 25 acres 3 00 Hasty Jack acres 3 75 Manuel Thomas 5 acres 19089 6 45 Syeser John and Dan N R I acre I 60 Wheat Mrs Maggie 65 acres 16 15 Wilson W E gdn 27 12 sates 3 35 Yates Wsu hn 50 acres 160 Stanford Colored Abbs Ceo 2 uaes 325 Barrow Jyjanuel N R I aore 160 Bright Tobe 6r acres 160 Drown Dan 1acre 6 95 Carson WA I acre 3 20 Crow Eliza 4 acres 2 20 Crow Mary 32 acres credit 60c balance 4 90 Givens Kale N RiO acresI 220 Hayes Villollelourth acre 6 50 Jackman J S house and lot 3 75 Lackey Broaddus 2 urn 3 20 Lackey Will I acre 3 75 Lillard Edmond house and lot 6 70 Logan James 12 acres 4 85 Logan Marith 5 urn 160 Lytle Bob 2 acres 3 20 Miller Ceo Jr house and lot 4 25 Penman John 34 acre credit 310 III 3 95 Simpson Millie 14 acre I 60 Simpson Eliss 33 sacs 7 75 Withers Lucy A house and lot 160 Crab OrchsrdWhJte Barnes Wm 2 acres 2 75 Bobhitt F F 5912 acres 990 Delaney Elita 45 acre 2 20 Denny A C 24 acres 3 20 Hopper Bill 41 acres 3 20 Kelsey Lutes N R 67 acref 6 65 Kidd John N R 20 acres 180 Turner Mrs Walter 73 acres 625 Crab Orthard Colored Blanford Julia 4 acres 1 60 Humbsr Robl 12acre 2 95 Humber Effie I acre 2 4Q Niles Georgia 34 acre 220 Slaughter Mattie 12 acre 135 SmilhJHNRI 12acres 195 Sutton Wm 4 12 acres 3 25 Waynesburg bite 450tDunn S M N R 100 acres 450 Bryant Mollie 3 acres 3 35 Byrd Joe acres 4as Carrier J L house and lot 3 70 Clark Thomas N R 50 acres 2 30 Claunch Libertus 40 acres 7 15 Denny W L 30 sacs 375 Estes John hrs 25 acre 2 75 Falk L G N Racrn 4 50 Gaslineau Ceo 15 acres 4 65 Gastineau J H 75 sari 3 75 Gooch Colonel 2 use 4 20 Gooch Cicero hrs 37 acres 2 75 Hatcher Sarah A 72 aCres 6 25 HkksWHNR 107 acres 3X50 Liurell Martha 3 acres I 60- McCurTry Mrs D hrs 68 acres 4 50 Montgomery J W I acre and lot 4 95 Moore D M 20 acres 4 S5 20dParker J C N R 92 sera 3 35 Pitman W R house sad lot 5 00 195eacre Reid Ollie N R 4 acres 3 35 Reid Etna II acres 160 Reid W S herea 375 RiceWMANR2Oaan 220 Rigney Sam 26 acres 4 50 Robinson Wm 15 urn 3 00 Sims D W 20 acres 4 95 Sims Tipton 106 acres 5 10 20Iuse Smith Mrs Era 200 sera 4 50 SprsdCng Chas J N R45 acres 4 50 Taylor E D acres 3 85 Trusty Ceo I sac 3 20 1 Warren E C N R 9 acres 1 35 Walerton G W 40 acresj 75 Wilcher J D 198 acres 5 50 Wolrcrtoa G W N R 37 acre 325 Young Sallie 34 acres 3 25 WaynoburgColored Boone PermeUa 3 acres 160 Hustollak White Burkett John 5 acres 6 95 CarsonJKNR 14 acres 570 Compton E D I are 3 25 Delf Geo 7 acres 3 50 Deer Howard N R I acre 2 20 Durham B W 54 acres 315 Ellison G W house and lot 9 85 Everett Frank 50 acres 4 85 Muscle A B 100 acres 16 40 Reynolds Mrs Mollie 25 urn 4 00 Russell G W 14 acre 7 00 75yWaggoner Thomas 50 acres 4 35 W3cher J W 50 acres 3 75 White Robt N R 25 sees 6 80 Hustonville Colored Anderson Ritter N R house and lot 4 10 Armstrong Frank house and lot 8 45 Barneld Henryland 3 45 Bright Lucy N R I acre 160 Brown Nathan N R acres 1 60 Brown Frank I acre 3 75 Bruce Robert house and lot and J acres 610 Bruce Gill N R 3 acres 220 Cloyd Bettie 2 acres 160 Davis Ed house and lot 4 25 Drye Steve house and lot 4 95 Durham Dan N R 3 acres 4 00 Gilbert Marge 4 acres 4 35 GilUspie Green house and lot 3 80 Givens Ellen house and lot 160 Helm James house and lot 3 25 Hocker Mack 34 acre 590 Jones Henry Iacre 4 25 Lyons Martha N R house and lot 160 McCormack Ceo Sr 4 acres 4 85 McCormack Green 35 acres 5 00 McKinney Rine I acre 3 25 McKinney Kate 12acre 2 20 McKinney Crmpbell N R house and lot 2 20 Miller Jim N R house and lot 140 Miller James 25 acres 7 25 Morelahd Jennie I acre 16Q Owsley Emily house end lot 12 25 Rule Smith house and lot 4 35 Rife Laura 2 34 urn 6 20 Shears Thomas I Iacres J 80 Singleton Joie Iacre 160 Smith Patsy house and lot 2 20 Smith Thos house and lot 3 80 Walker Thos house and lot 4 65 Walker Thos 2 acres 485 Welch James house and lot credit 3 bal 185 Wealherford Bola N R howe and lot 140 Weatherford Judie 1 65 t J HILL ExSherut Lincoln County We Undersell Everybody r +t+++ t++++ Il Below Cost fl J I OFFER MY ENTIRE OF I Clothing Shoes Ladies and Gents Furnishings i Cravanettesi820 OQ Qraynucttca 812 18 00If 11 iffw 1C 00 IfJt n 13 00CI IDll 1r 00CI Overcoats If 820 Overcoats l siD 00 18 008 IG 778 12 GOII 0 10II 016- 8104t 1p781 000 B OQI tp48t4 00 2S I 800 1 2 K- 2t0 II 170 Mens Suits of Best Make 825 00 Mens SuiU 10 0 22 60 lG 4S 20 00 VJ 48 18 00II 11 01 15 00 8 13 50I T tie 12 50II I 18 10 00 1 04 9 00II tf 48 8 00S 4na 4 TIBoys Suitsg I Straight and Knickerbocker Pants I 88 00 Boys Suits s r48 7 sII Id 1t Jil I GDit f 5OQl t Ie 4 00H3 00rs 2 2a 250 II 148x 2 00 Hats Largest Sfockhr Town 84 00 John B Stetson link 82 08 3 50 2 78 HaU 2283G0 108 2 00 148 1 liOI usf1 00 78 Mens Cashmere and Worsted Pants Duchess Trousers 500It f 3QS 4 00II Itj 3 28 3 50 111 2118 3 00 2l0 2 60 t II 1 08 2 00II t 1 48 1 50 U US BOYS PANTS Straight and Iviilckorbsukor IctS 8101 qualitjs25c3gc All Shoes Go Below Cost Patent Vici Vclcra and Gun Metal 85 shots at 33lji 400 Shoes at 320 350 slices at 278 300 shoes nt 228 250 shoes at 108 200 shoes at 1G8 150 shoes at 110 The Ball Band Felts4 00 Felts 846- 8I0 u + 2j 3 00II 242 lib 0Rubbers2 25 Rubbers Ball Band 188 r I 2 00 l IS 1 7lih 1 48 Saturday Jan J 5 Thirty Days Days I Next Door to Lincoln CjtintyJNational Bank I SAM KOBINSON STANFORD KY Tile Wintry Blasts May Come And the R1hl anti Snow Fall but your tock will keep warm ia Nunnelleys New Stock Yards Plenty of Covered Pens and Feed and Water Best market in tho State SQ bring them on Court Day Second Monday I M Bituci Assistant I It