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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): December 2, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 int1910120201_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): December 2, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. s!'t5MV NFt " V"r- - ry&W- "&fi - vTOLUMH XXXV1L The Interior Journal HTANFOllD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, KKIUAY, DKCK.MIJKIl 2nd 1310 MO, SO. VIGOROUS DEFENSE OF REV. THORNTON WHO CRITICIZED CONDUCT AT A RECENT MEETING AT PREACH ERSVILLE. M A Tribute CITIZENS' NATIONAL'S STOCKHOLDERS UNEASY LOCAt MEN FILE SUIT FOR RE CF.IVER AND WILL MEET ' HERE DEC. 12. SOME LIVE NEWS FROM THE WEST END MR. GANN DIES NEAR HUSTON VILLE PRESBYTERIAN TO HAVE BAZAAR S TO MONTQOME'lr HUfMAN WHO PABfiED OVF.t THE GREAT DIVIDE. ON UUNDA, NOV- EMtlFM, 13, 1910. "I'nmeriled llebuke." The writer evidently thinks n grent all true ileal of hl community r pidglne cltlicns should, 1'iit I trom his writing thnt tiirough preju-lic- e ho has beootn0 biased In his opintc the trn state of his comion munity Tn quote hl own statement Ih the article he inyscom. , ''Our iltimt)'. In general, wllf very lavor-nhicompare wltr any In tbP stale vhfn It come o mnrnlltr, sobriety mid Intelligence " Hell I mutt say Ihnt prnhablr be In rlrht as to it ko rompnrtnr when It comes to thop 'hntacterltlc, hut I too, niiint my. Hint Jiidr'nr. from tlio rnndnrt rf ome of the people oi the (oiiimutiliv, ii ml especially on the laid nUht ot Ikmeeting, I fear It his tim v.t eomo to Hint rtindnfd. To lie more onclsp. on H'e lat nlpht ol the meet-iiitlure were tome dozen representatives or the eommunlO who gatheron the niitthte of the church., drink ed Inc. knocking on the doors, windows ot thf church building unci i nd sldi-pvolv, la lus.llpiilplylnr tlie'r .Vow you nn iround the building oe lor your eli In; lnh the tan nntd of momlltv. Thrifty nnd ii'p runs In Hie cnmn-rnltyI do imi menu to t'mt Hiie nre ie t iome good penpd in Preacliets-villi- , r.r I bu-- known the place tor Hi 'i venrs nnd rati pnst sv that I truthfullr but sorrow fully believe Hie romninnlty Is on the decline rather than bnprovlnr Years ago It was no trouble for a man, who stood for I he Food ni.d th true as Hro. liiorn-Ddid to get Hie support of Hie church Instead or being abused with-i- it foundntlon. le-iy s 1 e . tancaster, Kf,. Deo- - J. Hear Kdltor your I wish to rrp.v throur.h column to an nrtlcla which npppareJ in your paper of Frldiy Nov. 25th, In the I rearlicrsvHIe Items, headed nn What ls been sn-ol Hro. Thorn ton has been s.itd wltnotit even nn nt truth 'o Iniuli-- hns bee-- i nude ns to who ho is or hov.- lie I nlsh he'" standi lo ineorl a lettel 'mm the chIiI.t ol .he :;ew i.nruio Hank ol llonaker, V the home oi d - fliMTton. ror a number of yenra and tan say mat he is considered to b ne of tt rreateu Missionary Hup tUt preacher In Southwest Vlraim liVo Tnorntou Is respected by all who know him He stands well In our omoinnit), heth flnsnclallj and spirit I'n. Thornton, thus "To whom It may concern. 7hi is u Hint I have tnown Itov , "r- - very respect-full- 1'iuhler of Nw tr, va. So wr can e how he stands In his own community wherr lie says he for the last ten years. I have neard hint pnch and have had him in iny hr.uso jnd I consider blm be- i.ir a Ood fefirlnc man. of h!h orlncl plw who stands for tbe rUht aatnst AKON Kt MS. (.Hrden Hank. Hods- - II1 ts He oi is eU the truth far bat'ver opposition an aboe the opinions man anu !tnnitlnr nothLnr that trrh, renrdlfn ot who It nlfht may come. I hop,, that our friends will make invfttjratlcn lor themselves, tWore fliey aro lnllimcel by some prejudiced vrlirr I attended the kenlcs at lrcnchcrvllln "and b.ll"ve thit the ijcod people of the place will aeree with Tin In what 1 have said .M K. (sinned) Tirnersvillc Ho? kllllnfi has co'nmnctl In this " mm iim.munlty. lie sun to comn to the pic auppe nljht, Docember the 3d. A ake will be Riven to the prettiest alrl aid n pl to the umlest man Hat-irds- Much tun U exnoctfut. We tne people of Ttimeravlllp ould e Klad to boar from Waynes-bur- p ' itr. Flenmn Vanhook has commenced llrtnR on the (J & C rrom Danlllo to Oakdile Sir. O. W. I.unstord of tthelhv fit" was hire on business thl.i week ilr Olllj, Klelds Iim returned to tho Kejrol shoe tore in I.otiiHVIII. alter a pleasant tlylt tn his imrents 'r. and Mrs. Walter Klelds Mr. (Iinrlo Smith, who Is xlsltlnK ln Wainc county found n Job tcachlnp kenool Ml 8 l.ucy tiooch who Is attending tichool nt Stanford betan boardlm: t'lM week with her uncl Krnnk . IHiV-ne- sometimes. - Your correspondent has n sIlBht at lack of ioro throat. Mr. llaifpr lost n valuable Iiok laft week. ONCE LIVED IN CRAB ORCHARD Mrs Martha htanccs Itedd, widow ot Cirles Itedd, who was a merchant or Crab Orchard died at Vi'.'ll oclock yeuterduy ntternoon ot se.illlty nt her home. 'i'i Snt St. Josepa Street. Mn. was n imthe (t Madison county but had lived In ttiW cltt nine .venrw. Is aurvhed by one daughter Mrs. J. H fooper, nnil n wm, I'hurle lledd, Jr. ot I'rnb Orchard Thent body will S oclock l.e taken to i'rnb Orchard dr this rnornlni; ror burial lo'ir-ni- l wus 7U yearn ol Iti-d- d c aKc-t'oui- Vorp Umn opiate nlKbt IR the metallic coitish prcjoiiu.j bntigliiK itro.nl to thu rouseliold C'aro lut iiMithtrB keep I'olevg llnnoy nnd Tar lu I lie hose and kIno It nt the It contains no flrkt slpn ot daiiKcr the nlartn ol jUo, ut, v"" ' Tl.e death ol I uly thounh his life may havP roached tho loss. The scripliirol span, la In deod a Lincoln county stockholders In thrt assoc'ates nnd pfrsontl friends or 'Mam br wMch name ho waa fam'U Cliliens' Lite . Insurance Company, or la Louisville, are evidently uneasy over community larly ko'.n to th which his -- ntlrc lire was spent, may thu wnv President W. ll Hregory has W ... M "I" H .hem running nrrnlrs .Messrs. Cicero veil si" 'Ueynnlds Artcttr L. Carter nnd Ceo ul.i like spaln." Ills sturdy honesty or purpose, whs W. Caitrr, of this count) and Cm hi rinse of honor, and ll. II. Young, ol the bank nt Middle- his deose centleness ol character and burg, ''ase,. county, hare riled h autt manner. Impressed nil with whom he In Louisville, asking ror n leceirer iiinc In (ontact, nnd his liiends as lor the company well as himself, were much astonisn-e- i A mtetinc ol nil or the stockholders In this stction hns been vailed to bo as Krkted nt nrv evidence or tnnonlitn or III will, which lew posj-ti- i held hero next county court day, In characters are and fearlc the county court room In tho courtHe wa'' house. At that meeting It Is desired enough to escape. 'by the to select some on,, to represnt the Adi.iim! for his Indepcndencp locnKstockl older In the tight which rood people, who kney him well the company. As tiny be well sup,iocd, he lovel is gnln on within ThncXery. and I'heie nppeurii to be no Indication IHckens Letter than tmreforo wnr more nt hom(. In the Hint tl o compnnr Is not pcr.octly tolk, whom sound, the trouble appearing to be ..ljoli' ol the overv-daovr tho doings or President tlrepor) lie liked, tlutii In th.. ptiitocrats, whre modes und obtained. He accommodations tertalnly onco Accident In Factory t;inii4ia . mi) how, and rill nrlci-- J Hint In the environment or t.w- - hiiTiiliUr ro'k. ho could nctually AT McKINNEY AND WORKMAN tine by keeplnp on his haL "As HAS NARROW ESCAPE. It I),. hiiM thnt he ml, alio, wai. rl.id or Hie oppnrttinlrv tor McKlnne). Yv., Dec or aihi'i- - without y.irriile or One ol the machines blew up at lriiin- - sell that much viun d lithad n lnlclit lain tho single tre,, factory aril serlouelv c nurncti rj the spirit or candor pos- liUuied l.d. Low Is who tta rutiulne o pecull-ari'iethe machine. He hnd a very nariov sessed hlh iomI He had Kor liutnnre: his charily, ecape fmtn belnq killed , Uundav ..rx ll .ioer unite unllorm in its rei'-iiis- o with Mrs. S. Itltre spent last .lunction M. K Jenkins nt (.is rreillted, Indeed, with 'iclnn detent thrt it gnlned a ri'coKnlt'on City ii mons the poor, as well ns In the Ir. K. I i aimer daughter nnn Neier ngnlnU It Maurlco Ware motored over to Ltlrelcs or Tl.anksi;lvlng lo witne4s tho was the Innuendo or brnzennesg or lootbnll game Kiere t.-L. B. True and niece Miss Kutr llappv th. man who witnemi a history,' sayK the proerb. and tiie Cocklnvj, hive returned home alter pleasant and rail) rounded term ot two weol.s' visit to I'alnioutli,. On ens Is continod to hi oui trenl's lite presents row salient point and lor Iim biographer, 'lhcre bc.l v Itb rlieumat'.3m. Horn, to Mr nnd Mrs. Kd. Hubble, ai,, fit nrrny lives irntWed. wT,h .tr.it incidents, but It Is none the a girl I I'm- Mil's Una ileck Is visiting nt Wal- due to the friends he loed o , 1 Ktnt the gueit. o! Miss iAiir.li end to the community he so lone nnil mtlilully serxed that we with rinncellor Mrs Mack Singleton returneil room wonts a least, should embalm his irtiin n visit to friends at Waynes Memory .No cilory ol ours cur add to the burg MIsk Nora Itirte le!t this week ror poMy earned and dpseryed reputation "Mnrk" llullman. H'liely Indiv Cunttanooga. Tenn , to enter hospital lesic,. Imd no place nmniiK his lcen lor trained nursing. Horn, to Mr. Ackermnn and ll he had nnv His wns n lire spent liettppr Jn senseless wnfall nor In wile a boy. Dr Singleton attending physician. the" nlprnrdly honrdlrg or coin. I.. '. True wns deer hunting rJTlrtly temperate In all things, be was n model or sobriety, industry and Sunday afierncoti b'ii don't know devetlr.n to Ills duties public pud what sarcc's he hnd. house at William Montgomery's private Ills disposition was kind and benevolent hU bearing modent South Kork was destrojed by tire Mondsv night and was a total lots. and wholly tree trom piide and During life h posised How It started the writer was not a character without roproach and able to Hnd out gained the love and esteem or all ,o Huntrr are about as plentiful as knew him. From his youth he wa sum at the present and every train mmhor of the church bungs more. larry .Jacobs spent Sundnv with his and was verv regular In attendance on ItM services His departure, by all tfttbt-- r Daniel lacobs, at Waynesburc. .Mitchell returned home anu who knew him well, la slncer-lwlih blm and is working tn the marIn hov great a degTe the nsture ble works Tbev erected a Hn., IJarre Uranite moauiuent In the Kate Cemt. or thr morbid processes which human life determines tte men-U- l tcry Thursday lor the Mctcher rami- ktate ir tne d)1ng. Is well known iy ilrs. V. .v. Cott-- spent Sunday ln to the nidi en I profession. It Is no lefcn certain thnt the apld prema- Somerset. Mr and Mrn, John Carter or Tur tura necsy which proceeds from external causes, and takes some speci- nersville. helped partake ot a line fic rorri of disease. Is attended with turke) dinner at Uiys boarding house Mi mnrr sufferlnp. mental and bodi- Mid the way we know It was rinu was ly, than the slow decoy or age, in bocaii'C wo were tfcere too. which llf,. Is not seldom 'Melmweu and soltened, as with sunset glow, At Theatorium a golden day's decline." Hut our dying Mend bad In full measure, the phllosopty wuicu c DROADWAY COMEDY FOUR moil t.ene brings to the support ol THE PLAYS THS WEEK. everv miu who cometh Into the ftiirtd, IT he will hut heed it, The bhows that are being given at lu tint Intitlve reason, und that week by the toiisclenc. whose dictates hRd been the Tteatorlum this In vaudeville, Droadwny Comedy Four t.'ie rele of his We, ht. r'liind n clear sre enloyel by everyone who attend. revelation or (iod. and a sure, ground gentleor hope In him. which neltrer science The (linclng act by Uie two men is a special fenlure, and trc uoi theology has riven nor can take Indies are up to the minute with their away, "program. In fact Its ono pait of ,'. .Mammoth City t'tah, Nov. L'ltb. MC, id the the vaudeville most STKKI.K ItAll.KY. SK. ' troups thnt has ever shown here. ns pianist Is Mlbk Winnie Davis lllbb TAKE CARE! also good, Ivumemher that whn.i vnur i;ulu are Tltccted. :our lire t In danger KEPT THE KING AT HOME MMayer, Rochester, N V., sava "I'nr the past year w0 have kept the "M tVm Me started wltn n shioii laxatives Dr King" Miouu3 pain over mv bnck which King I of oil Inmir homo nnd they have Ills- grew Vkorre duilv t full Himri.icii tiled n.v kidney action vvns Irregular moved n blecsln to nitorour lamtly." llurralo N. ami incipient I marfd using Koloy' wntot. Paul Mathulka. Lpsv. but suro remedy Tor all niiint-rms. r.acn dose seemed t'J Ytoinach, liver and kidney troubles. put more lite and strength Into me Penny's Drug Store. and now I urn ,......i ..... Oily .! tints nt feel better nnl stronger than for ears. CINCINNATI MARKET. Cnltle--lt- e '.1).c. I'mrinpnii FINE BUSINERR cno ex. r-loving mnd0 up my mind to go celpts tifil; market stead); ralr to shippers J4.S!i.Ut; common lo Arkansas, I will sell my stock rf t,x)dr.ni i '. Ilnirs KecelutS 4.166' ( Rood at Shelby City Ky. It Is a nice clean stock and well worth tho mon- market active and strong; butcher ey. I have about a 1,500 stock now und shippers rMtUfT i0 common J5J Sheep Kecclpts ldl; market nnd will sell It at a bargalu. Come 7.40. 'Umbs -- Mnrket and nee. me. GEORGE HUNN... ktendv J1.76Hf:i.l5 h(M Shelby City, Ky. fctrone. ;i.75((6 1S. A SIMPLE 8AFE GUARD A WOMAN'8 GREAT IDEA. FOR MOTHERS lii how lo make herself attractive. Out Mr. ii ciikson. :tti Incies Ave.. without health, It Is hard lor her to be love'ly la lace form oi temper A S'.n.ni'fiinv n. Ohio, cained wisdom by "My llitle girt had a se- vvenlt, hlckl) woman will be nervous expcrlenci nnd Irritable Constipation and Kid- vjre ioW nnd coughed uimoot con My sister leconmiended ney polhons tdiaw in pimples, hlotclu-- s tliiuoiislv Pnl.tv . Ilom-and Tar Tile Hrht skin eruptions mid a wretched Hut Klectilc Hitlers ulwavs dofo I gave her relieved tho Inrianiprove u godsepj to women wro want matioii ii tier throat nut alter uslug health,, Jienutv nnd Irlends They rt--' outy ono Lottie fcer throat and lung ul.ite Htvmu. U, Mver nnd kldnoys. v cii Pivtuoi ireo ironi iinitiiriuniion. I always keep n lottla or' inu puriiy uie uioou, giv i strong nei-- ' fince then Hi vs. blight eyes, pare breath, smooth; Puley no ney nnd Tnr In tli,.byhouse Sold Shi substitutes icivtt) skill, lovely complexion, good Accept Mir ami 'Innner, I ealtli Ti) them 50 cents nt l'euu Drug Store t rx' ''' d y ' tew "t loi-uotr- n mc mht lies-tow.- il 'X - kf-e- well-to-d- i Hop-nm- wt-tl- 1 1 the Piesbyterlan church, and hit re mains were laid to rest In tho Huston-vill- a ccmtteiy in the presence of a Inrr concourse or sorrowing friends aud relatives. Mrs. Kettle Uann widow of tbe de-ceised, desires to earnestly express her heartfelt thanks to all troso who fo kindly, efficiently and sympathetl cally r.HUHted during the brief illness or tier helovtd husband. Also she deslies lo thank tho choir and pall- rne beautiful tlowcra given by the Indies or tho Husfonvllle linp- til rnurcn were appreciated mote than words can express. The ladles or the Presbyterian church or llustonvlll,. will hold their nnrimi bazaar on Saturday, Decern ber 10th at the Kmporlura Klits. The ruhlic Is cordially InMted to attend, rrom to o'clock A M., continuing througn the day until 12 o'clock P. Al Meals oerved day and night, oysters served In any stvle with tlie regular tour-- i. I'loresso' Aeolian, ot Now Vol I. will be present and render his Into notation ot the classical mas- l rs. 'Ibis will be a rare opportunity public to hear lor the music-lovinmi artist of world-widreputation. It will ie Lis loot appearance b'l'ore ti.e public berore snlllng abroad. Doi''t this rate opportunity, t'on.e nnd buy your Christmas pre-ins troir a largo nnd well selected nnd ir.exl austible display, carefully t'athrred throughout the year for this otc islon. Let everybody set this day apart and come nnd have a social least, long to be remembered, tor liro .s very short nt best Remember we ato going tn be dead a long time Kv- c i) tody cordially invited. V c Just received by wireless a mes-- i age sajlnt, one ot old Lincoln's piotid sons or toll will lead to the hymeneal altar, ere the waning ot anothtr moon, one ot Casey a most g e iuT-i- s lluitonvllle, Dec. ind. ThoniAs P. Unnn, a well and ra vcrahly known citizen of our community, passed over the river, Into thnt Ureal Hoyond on tne 17th at Lex Ington, Ky. Ills funeral was most nlilj preached at the ilaptlst church on hrldn), by llev. u It. lllaln, or Winning tame lor th,. "crimson and blue". ? II. Williams. Our pikes are a shnmc ana disgrace lo tho county The best uays wctk that Lincoln conntv'- - is.r.i conn am do Is to buy a duplicate or Doyle county's road making machinery and the county Judge, nnd county road Miperintcndcnt will soon make for us Just as fine roadr-- ns Koyte now boastiv of. Contractu ore being let ror hand broken tono not over 1' Inches In sire nnd this Is riven nbout ns much heed as nn order rrom same sourco to Stop the Clouds from moving. A nuiai rously signed petition to our county authorities nsklng roe tboao Implements, thnt will enable ub to have as good roads as lioyla and at less annual expose than tho county paa now, Horn, to the wite or John Denham on the fth Inst n 10 pound son James Itoscoe Denham. I.'orn, to the wire ot Mr. Vlrglo Denham one month past a rino 10 pound son, Lloyd Montgomery Denham. Mrs. Charles Cravens and son of New Haven are guests this week or Mr. and Mrs. J. A. lllaln. Dr. Horace Wltherspoon nnd Mr lianley Holion, or Hnrrodsburg autoed to Hustonvllle last Wednesday to Hno .quail shooting on our rields. Traversing nearly CO miles to and trom 8crc ot a days sport Is certainly "going some" In contrast with ot the patriarchs who have transterrcd guns nnd dogs to their boys nnd recalled reminiscences cf hunting whilst they mix exhllnr-r.nts- , massape rheumatic joints, nnd en-Jo- y GOOD TOBACCO WILL SELL WEL W. P. KINCAID EXPECTS TO BE. GIN DUYING AGAIN SOON GETS 2,000 1 1 Leautirul holies. Uuess who. Horace llohon, or the Kentucky Wagon Works, Louisville, stopped off lor a short visit to home folk? before starting on his annual trip to the Pa cltlc slope. Ur, Tom Kylo and Cov. II. o-- y den-tro- y y - New-Lir- e .., - com-tiUI.n- up Friday fora lew days' vtslt to Dr notion and Mmlly. A lev daysjvrtf recently ln it to be second to no dtv In America of its size for business and beauty combined. The IS storv 'oca Cola building of white Kranlto has not an equal In Lonla-vllf'lDctnnatl or Si Louis. liv a unanimous vote last Sunday the thanks of the Christian churcn were cordially tendered Dr. Alcorn for Klviua; them tbe use of the opera house while repairs were being made on the church furnace. ftirs. Mary, widow jr tte late r. . Knutlman. who was the popular here for several years, la very s!cl at her home. She U now "i J cars old, mid up to this Illness waa as ncttvi and as vigorous as anyone not hall ber age. h.'me.,t Helm, ol Lexington born and reored in tho shadows or the pine ot .Mllled(:eville spent last week bird shooting birds ln this vicinity. Mrs. Kmmett McCormack Is back alter a months visit :o her aged rather, Carroll Carpenter. In Kuusas. He moved trom here about :t0 years ago aud is still a hale hearty old man. Dock Young the arrabl, and oblig ing, Mlddlehurg banker, wns here a any or so ago ln his new machine looking as spry as a boy with thll boots on. He can climb any hill in Casev with his auto that a mountain mule can go up. A man who can run over the pike alone l not breik his such .lb d . jaKi! neck Is certainly a skllltul driver. Pike vorkers take notlcv. Tne tobacco men nre Jubilant over tno showers or Sundiy The wee.; it, now In tine shape, nnd it will be put In shape lor tho market at once. I'l.p warehoure nt Moreland Is receiving tie tlnlshng touches, and will be able to hous,. the crop, grown In tho West Knd It Is said that the American Tobacco Co. owns this warehouse, pny good prices for tobacco, and will it will ir"n minv n good tresh dollar here and It Is badly needed too, In our blanches of trade During our recent trip or nearly a luriith Mint It wo visited the lollowlng or .Ilellelds, viz: Corinth, Miss., Chnttanoogn, Lookout Mountain, Missionary ItodRo, Hosaccu, L'alton, LnKliyette, Veniiewtw Mountain Marietta, Atlanta and Loveloy. The old torts and enticnrhments of federal army In front of Kennesnw Mountain, ns well ns those nt foot ot Kennesaw, held .. ... ....... IIIL ... .i.... BUtlt- ..... ...... 111 Uy Mil' V UllllUl-itlll of pivservotlon, being rrolested only b tho ravages or time The follow-In-;; verses, copied. rrom the tuarblo Lib- leU In National cemetery "On raniei. eternal ramping Krounu 'llieir silent tents are npie.nl, Ami uloiv gunids with solemn fcouiid The bivouac of the dead.' 'Their muflled drums sad roll n.v a l, cost-tnart- it. tohon,ot llarrodsburg, drove bi coi-nt- Chlca-mang- .... .V MARVELOUS DISCOVERIES or the uge Air llighta nn heavy machines telegrams without wires, terrible war inventions to kill men and that won er ot Wonders Dr King's .New dls to save lire when threateninvcry ed by coughs, coins;- la grippe, asthma, croup, bronchitis, hemorrhages hay lever and whooping cough or lung trouble. Kor nil bronchial atlectlons it has no eunl. It relieves Instantly Up tho surest euro lames M llliuk The two months' old infant son of and Mrs. Morris Prrctor died and was hurled Monday evening in tho Ilaptlst church cemetery. Ance Meser und .Matt Stevens, of the Negro Creek section, became involved In a law suli on account of Messer stopping or obstructing i pass-waclaimed bv Stevens to be pub-l'The matter wns tried here Monday before City Judge Haggard, resulting in a verdict, lining Messer hsi and cesu. A Mrs. Huston, ot Hazel Patch, has bought the Luev Newcontb rnrm near Cummins1" Station, paying l,000 for tame. Hud Durham has accepted a position with Henry Anderson, the new Satmerchant, and will begtn urday the 3d. Charles Proctor, the carpenter. his moved to Bee Lick. Mrs. Mnry Johnpound. ueneva the one yenr old lutlo son boo moved into tne house vacatdaughter or Mr. and Mrs. J. J. New- ed by him and W. O. Cooper has ell is certainly beautiful and remark moved into the bouse Mrs. Jonnaon ably intelligent. She cin talk bIdk lelL Kev. Oreen Kish preached at the and walk unassisted. Myers and Vaughn shipped a car or Christian church Sunday. Misses Nannie Me.Whorter, Kdttli butcher cattle to Cincinnati Saturday Moore, Lena and Bva Albright spent for which they paid rrom 2 to 3 'thanksgiving and over Sunday with cents. Miss Kllubeth Will wonders ever ceascl A tine Irlends ln Uerca black ciko la now betnx made with- l'harpe is visiting her cousin, Mrs. out the use or eggs, milk or butter Clyde Hilton In Stanford. Miss Ants The receipt tor same will be sold for Proctor, of Mt. Vernon, visited her 10 cents on the dav or Presbyterian uncle Mr. J M. Proctor here the tirst ' or the week. Miss Clyde Watson, of church bazaar, ror church benefit. Misses Lucy nnd Ada Alcorn spent Urown Memorial, Mt. Vernon, was TiaukJlvlng in Louisville, the giiestn, with her parents here over Sunday. Mrs. Annie tlrabeel, or London, has ot their sister, Mrs. Hill Spalding. .Mrs. Oeorge Covey, or Tllford. Mo.. returned home after a few days' visit and son, John, nre visiting her par- with her brother, Cranvllle Owens, or ents, ilr and Mrs. J. P. t.oode on this place, and her sister, Mrs. Joe Mr. and Mrs. orte Wehtein avenue. Mrs. Covey wns horn Cash, of Ottawa. and reared In our city and notes with Frith visited lu Llvlugstnn over Sunmuch pleasure the many substantial day. improvements, and increase In population. Her son, John, has been sol diering in the Philippines tor the past Parksvilie thiee years. John li Kirre and Leslie M Held have formed a copartnership ror the ilr. nnd Mrs. J. J. Cozatt haa Just sale of the best grades of dressed meats, vegetables, poultry and rruits. completed their new home. Tho resiThey have opened 'n the building Just dence will he one of the handsomest iu this Fcctlon. weft of the postoltlce. Col. Oeorge D. WeaUierlord is con Mrs John Stone and daughter lined to his bed again with his great- Uluabcth have returned to their est trouble, rheumatism, alter boiw home in Piiirgln niter spending sevto walk up town dally fot tbe eral days with Mrs. J. M, Keane and able past week laiiiily nt Junction City Most all the culverts on the county Mrs. 1) N. Kwlng went to Uerea r'ndg trom pike nt "tienevn" to Jum- Thursday to visit her son. Laden bo are broken through and some of hwing, who Is attending llerea Colthem are dangerous to cross, Ask lege. tho county road superintendent to Jacob Turner sold to Mr. Meadows, urive over It, nrtcr taking out an ac ot eastern Kentucky, his ram polio cident ot about 100 acres ot knob Tho Itev Claimed, or llarrodsbiirt;, lanJ, nt fMio proIs holding a most tmercstlng 15. A. Carter has returned from Mrs. tracted meeting at Salem church on u visit to her sister. Mm May Cozatt, the river road near Ittcbards' cro-ul Spripgrield and to relatives tn roads Lebanon. Will P.ose nnd Hoy Westerfield, ot Mr. c. 1 2 con-bUt- Col. Arch Kre and Dr llohon drove through tc Lebanon last week on a hpcclal visit to Irlends nnd relatives. Mrs J. T. llohon Is at homo acain alter a two months visit to her son, Kyle and family at "Howling Oreen.' Kevs. Ulnin, of the Presbyterian thurch nnd Willis or Christian chu.-cpulpits Inst Sunday evening. Mts Julia Wrjght Is expected home Chicago whither she accompanitrom ed her uncle Kit and his wife ror a brict visit. A tarm bargain without a parallel in Kentucky, viz: ,i(i.i ncrs with six room dwelling tenant houses, two large tobacci bari.s, about 140 acres tine bottom, corn land, on tine country, on rural route ro?d and ln sight or church. bchools, line apple orchard, all well lenced anC in tine community. Price J7,fi00. Terms to suit purchaser. Ad diess quick W. L. Williams .t Co., box Si Hustonvllle, Ky. Quito a number of our people took avantage ot the special low round trip rate to Lexington on Thanksgiving. Some on business but n larger .ru'Jonty on pleasure bent and they bei.t It ripht. Hurrah for C. II. Myers k Jones shinned one car ot nice rioea to Cincinnati last week cents per for which th.ey paid 3 h "swap yarns." Kor the Hist tlrne In 15 years, or since he haa been in the tobacco buying business, Mr. W P. KIncaid Is i.ot In the mnrket for tolocco, though he expects orders to resume buying very soon. Mr. Klncald on Tuesday received n letter rrom the Loulsvlllo Tobacco Warehouse Company, of lOu!sllle, tor whom he buys, to quit buying ror a short time, although the letter stated that the company was shipping him 2.000 additional hogsheads for the local market and 2.0UU hogsheads for the warehouse at Paint Lick, A number of tobacco growers wbo have brought their crops to town to sell Mr. Klncald' were disappointed to Hnd that he was not buying, and several took their crops on to Unloose leaf mnrkets at Danville, nnd bold them for what the) could get Mr Klncald stated that hc wilt retumo buying very shortly. Ho Is unnble to account lor the orders to mill, savo on the theory that i.ljt pcoolc do not desire the low grades ot weed at the prices which have been paid tor them In the past lie says that every grower who has tobacco ot any class, and with color to it. can be assured ot getting a good price ror his crop, and no one-- need bo uneasy that his crop will not sell. 1 lie following letters remaining uncalled for in the Stanford postofflcc arc ndveitlsed by Postmaster Florence: Miss Laura Camden, Miss luira Hell Camden, Miss Mattlp Miss Dessle Wllburn, Tom John Johnson, Arthur llolln. Tar-la- i. Mc-i.'il- l, Brodhead. 1 mirk tho wondertul progress - ol it cuied Mini ot an obstliiiiio cOugn i alter all other remedies tailed. 5'w-am- hvllle A .V C, It. II .NO. 1. writes SI beat Vnu krfow hs wli 'iiuinvmi, when he soldier's lnt tattoo, Nn moie on life's iwrodh shall meet m need sonititlilng to rcyul.lt e jour hVhtem. ll voar bowels mo siuggin, Ihal brave, and taHeiv'fevv distresses j,w, jour Udiityx voui itltrrfil Iiiirrnh" lor old C t's nsln, t"Ue llolllsters ItocKv alouutnir )." It always relieve ceiitv, I Ton Its a stlrriiiK soupd 'tis true, or tablets at bliugnrs and Turner I'lii wiped up tre eaith with their. tea I s toed by trial bottle liee PemiJ.s Ding Store unman Thin sday. Sam. son or Constnble Wllllitn Montgomery cut his har.d pretty severely with an ax Wednesday, severing two or his lingers. Kilileeii converts of the meeting being hold at Clem's Chapel were baptized ni the railroad pond Wednesday Ly ttev. Doddson. ot Henderson. harl Dowler, or Marlon, Ohio, is u guest of Ins cousin John 11 Parks. .vir Kllen llnrhlsnii. or IVrryvllK. wai, u recent guest of Mrs. J. K. Cob well. Miss Hultte Holing has returned I rom a visit to her bmtlier, .Mr John Hoiipv .at Junction City Mises KilzBbeth and I.lliiun Hum bin. Seaman. Ohio, aio guofita or their ginndiuother. Mrs. K. A Drown v t uipiord rormrrlv or tills place has heeu promoted to Hi agency or the L ii N K H at tiuir respct!vo parents cut Hemp, Ky., came down nnd helped turkey i' Lexington foes, ' fej- - ja.jrik-.-kw- g' V jjl.ifcif,Ai1."--Afe-"''- '' mt-k- wfcuwwtw vmm- ttTw ?" r7 Ta Hi.r.1 -- ,'T it- - Tr'usj'",r - f. 3fTS tjT- - jt 2. THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. HOUSEHOLD CARES. of Wcmcn ef Stanford the Same KKIUAY, DKCKMIIKU 2nd 1910 The Interior Journal Established 1872. Master Commissioner's Sales COMMISSIONER 9 SALE! Lincoln Circuit Court. IMalntlff, Martin McCormack .Joseph Illffo's Mrs. Pursuant to n Judgment or tho COMMISSIONER'S SALEI Lincoln Circuit Court. . HELTON VEP.Y SAUFLEY TUESDAY AND t Hsew'tere. to i.tteml to tho hoiueheld Publisher d'i'.bu lth n cor.siflutly aching back. A woman sl.wild not Imio a to.l FIIICAY An.l vi Lin-wer- e hbc virYi.t i; tho kldnv .' IV V (rojn Crcuit court rendered at the Vovrmljcr term, 1310. In tho ubovo term, 1910, the undersigned commls-flone- r will en For Circuit Judge stvle.1 cnuso, the understated commisMONDAY, DKCKMIUIK 12th. l'JIO Journal U nuthorlzeJ St.i'if'nl wmtior itu .M profit y sioner will on Tlio lntorlor at one o'clock P. M., In front of the as a to announco Charles A. Hardin the the rllcnlpp ...pi' mo. MONDAY, DKCK.MI1IIH 12th 1910 court house do.u In Stanford, Kv . for Circuit JiuIro or can.li.late 1. W". Tx in uv Danvlllo fV . Mr the dlstrlst, nt 1 o'clock P. M., In front or tho sell it P'.ibllc outcry to the highest Thirteenth Jmllclnl November, at 1011, fjir.c.H'or. Ky rays. th,. following ".My is''- - court house door In Sninlord, Ky., nnd best bi.Mr comity, Ky . properto bo held election ty In Pnceln ; "Thw cm., wlt.i l).wt.' ..ir.iry Pills levtr ,, , tno hlRhc to tho action or mo subject 0tcry nl rexvls jind 13 poles of bind." The snld tlia- - the mo all .Mt me i. bolide ,,Mt bl)llcr (no foIl0Wng .loscrlb-- ' propert) bounded on the north anil urn Johnson opened his campaign s cl.iliii-- .l lor II ei... surrure.1 w C(, rpn) Mta,o n Uncon conty, Ky, east by the count) road, on the soutn nomination ror Sandusky, on the west hv lh. Mctre dcniocntlc ,.!;.. ,rnr .. llowlInK tlreen this week. Meat dil from ! a lml and at nUi' Two acret two roodt and la poei of by Klnney Station nnd Cotfeys Mill turnnames cr.M not sleep cl . t." soveral vlllmI beginning nt stone In front ot pike, 'firing known as the toll Kale The nres dlspitcles Rave tho , n or a number or M- - supporters who ....i .... .,... dwelling house thereon, wero a nroncr'v said property v.lll be WPm with him. but by some France. Mid weak tl.ni I could i.ot attend t.i Terms .,a(;k oak wn rnrd f(r ,n orlB,na, sold on n The omission that or "JuhkC Menrj credit of tx months, nnd J'ilig n.Mscd to g ' umlorstand n.- - hoiuevw.rk ,nilary, thenco S C7 K 10 llMOO the puichnACr will be required to give lllnrs was tnlsslnp. We onpporter of Dov.s Kit't.e, PilU a trial, I did tlio Judge" Is an active ,,olt.8 to n sl0nc In Jenkins line, thenco bond, nirrnvei i.v nn . nmlssiini'r the Nelson 111- -. Iiei..-,- l me l",n. Johnson, but opine that uio ursi nici ,. purchase s . ,, .,, . . - ,ono . nnd pa)abio t u'ui ror the per c tit nines oountr man will hardly ask the m had 1 ouiMmiod t'.i. tsi. tlicm 'oi cnmnalRn alter In said line, a new corner ot price, the sawe nearln? ilx with ll.n stono to n.anrmo his of sale, rrm .lat tor's sagacious exhibition In rbame e'.uush I 1iIle) they would iiao the division Hue, thence with snmn Interest aipen 'ho land old. .and the retained ot the Hager race. And I does seem tfc.": n (oii.plete cire. I was co-- . to N 27 W 21 poles to the old original said bond havlnp Un fone nnd cflirt lhat Johnson Is not too anxious ii'j ' ntinue their use rhU Nov ... l!'H of a Judgment. for him. line, thenco with same N 84 K J7 have It known that Mines Is to . wle Id pc'b'l ti GEO. D. FLORENCE, M. C. L. C. C. si.ii.o ttti.o but I at., nov taking th n although tho latter is said jk)Ic8 to the bognnlng. J. B. Paxton, Atty for Plff. II ry will soon nulto a powerful hand In Warren .liain and i The purpose ot this sale It to satistm'lced toutttv politics. We ot ti.e COMMISSIONER'S SALCI me eiitl.'.ly fy a debt of $146.10, with six per rent cither that "he Johnson organs are fit v..f .nh, 1. 1 all di a . rs. Prico Lincoln Circuit CourL about Hint Mm " "." norUlr-Interest thereon from Mnrch l!Bth 1904 Hulfalo. .'. h, r,.f.innnt lobbyist at Frankfort cut I'wlci M'l.urD f J. II. Cook, etc, Plaintiffs, vs Klla until paid an.l the costs of this action many other for he tobacco trutt, and f tV United Str'o.'. n Judgment for which has therefore Jolln etc.. Defendants. "" V oM ..gents Interests, s also n very sinm Pi'rsiini'l to a Judgment or tho Lin.be i. n' Doan's n' been rendered In the above styled ton adherent. A number or others of coln circuit court rendered at Its Novare ,lso stronp l.Uv nc (.'Jar. this Ilk In Kentucky ember term, 1910 In tho above styled cause. Theies a reason. Johnson men underslgnert commissioner TERMS. The said land will bo ciuipp, the What Is It? will on sold on a credit ot six months, and the MONDAY, DKCKMIIKU 12th, HUM Honor Roll will lit. rflllllrcd tl) Ci0 i l.ri'llnanr The tobacco glowers should not ot nt one o'tlock P M , In front or the discourage over the cessation VTANFOHD bond, payable to tho commissioner couit bouse door In Stanord, Ky., sell buying here Just now, but hold their FOR NOVEMBER OF and approved by him, tho satuo nav- crops iintll thP demand becomes acbest bidder tho following descillied CHILDREN SCHOOL It Is sure to do. The lug tho rorco and effect of a Judg at public outcry to the highest and tive again, which In this and other conn-tie- s upon the land real Cbtate In Llrcoln county, Ky., a tobacco buvers The honor roll of the Stanford city n.ent, with lien leU.lnid wore loud In their protestations tract of thlrtv acres of land, bounded payment u.ereoi of tho pool had noth- school tor th0 month of November o securo the on the north by the iana or Klitlo that the success by Supt, This November 22nd. 1IU0. with the marl.et tor tobac- Is ns rollows. ns nnnounced by the land of Crovo ing to do King, on the L. C. C. co or the prices obtained, and piomls J. W. Ireland Cook, on the hoiith by the land of Why not select now and jjivc to the boy for a Christmas presen t ltni GEO. D. FLORENCE, M. C. Primary. Kntbcrlne llmce, oil just ns good prices whether the T. J. Hill, Jr.. Atty. for Plff. W IIIIp Murphy, Adelaide Proc Pure ell, an.l on the west bv tho Innd a Good Suit of Clothes Something tic will want and something lie pool stood or. lost. We believe that Klmoro. Tate. Cook Kaney, of Tbnmns Shaw. Kiev will not" make their promises tor, Leila I C.ladys Arnold, Catherine COMMISSIONER'S SALE! tirade Ifrms. The said ilnd will be sold WILL NEED. We can sbow you a stock to select from with p7d. for If they don t they niuBt ac- Urady. llenrv Haughman, (latewood Ltnco- -i Circuit Court. on a credit ol six months nnd the pur- KNICKERBOCKER TROUSERS from JVW to SQ the suit. Wc tho knowledge that they deceived Hank, Plaintiff chaser will be required to gl W'avr.esburc I)elosit Oscar Heazley, bond growers. Sit s'cadv In the boat nnd Jcisephlne Addison Hell. Klncald,Daly, vs C. W. Stewart etc , Defendants. Mar approved by the commissioner nnd have a few suits with STRAIGHT BOTTOM trousers at $1.50 to $10 Hooch. Jlattle don't sacrltlce your t.baccn at a low garet Pettus v. K. anugars, un.unui ." iiuy paja'jie to him, the same bearing six the suit and they arc worth twice wc want er price than It Is worth. In tno coin oi.h i. .....on u'.n. ir.u,.!i wiih. above circuit court renderedNoveralicr pei cent interest rrom unie oi snie, of our way and the HALF PRICE the money, but them. them out , styled cause at its should remove en-Isabellc Warren. with Hen retained upon the lund sold commls-SmitWhy is It that when there are two f'armer. Vic Ooso term, 1910 the undersigned to scci re the payment of said bond, Uradt newspapers In a community, they Margaret Shanks lieorge K. sloner will on and the same having the force and el nearly always feel Inclined to take Karris. Morran S. Haughman MONDAY. DKCBMBBIi Uth. 1!10 feet of a Judgment This November opposite sides of every question? Now Gnde IU...Klolse Hc.iz.iey, Krnn- - at ono o'clock V M sell at public 22nd, 11)10. la Danville the Advocnte came out for cIr Carmeny, Sam Craig, James Hock- - outcry in front ol the court house door GEO. D. FLORENCE, M. C. L. C. C JltCreary for tiovernor, and now itte cr. Morris Jackson. Sophie Saunders, (n Stanford. Ky.. to the highest and P. M. McRoberti, Atty. for PHf. Messenger is falling over itseir throw- sadle Wearen. ,est (dder the following personal pro ing bounuets at lien Johnson, when NOTICE OF SALE i.noc IV. tipsier .snuvrwu, jihiv -- (0 t; we know that Editor Lewis uind-ram'- s Deck, Tllden Cooper, Hailey Dawes, pPrty Lincoln Ci.tull Court. rhiee shares of stock In the War- natural sympathies are bound Allle Russell Fish, Hnchel Hill, John rgbrK Deposit Hink". The purpose John Traylors hrs, Platntlfftr, vs to b5 with the Klghth district's candi- Held McKlnrey, Virgil Mooro, Heath of tnI saIe 8 t0 satisfy a debt ol John Traylor's hrs, DelcnJunts. date. Wonder U Charley McUowens Seera:icc. six per cent, interest $1,0(11.00, with In obedlenct. to n judgment render-einlluence is so strong wita me MesUnrte V. llobart Arnold, Anna V. Irom September 20th l'JOH for senger as to account ror Its attitude? Craig, Leon Davis, Francis Einbry, thereonjudgment has been rendered in In tho abovo styled court nnd ac W,ci, Nancy K. McKlnney, Anra It. Powell, U)r. nVoe styled action. Hon at the November Term, l'JIO, the Helle l.ussell, Clarence Singleton. Terras.- - The said sale will be Slate Senator W. V Knton, or Cradc. VL Jlatsv Orimcs. Jean Pax m(i0 on n credit of tnree months, nnd undersigned commissioner will un Bring this coupon lo our store has publicly announced that at Wc have u regW. Hill, th purcoaser will be required to gU MONDAY, DKCKMIIKU 12th. l'JIO ton, Auella Uuseell, Nellie the rest session nt the (ieneral ular size jnroi ihr nnd do as the ad directs. I Henly Cash. hn will work for a direct prl llnrtwell Shanks, approved by c Jninissloner for (rourt day) at about 1 o'clock P. M We v. ill thrn give you absolutely inmous Palmolive James bond lirat1.. VH .. . Prescott . urown, .... iaary nominations law. Tho senti. fmvnlilo to the In front of th court Louse door In ...irrhnin nnro. ,. ,......... p. ai:iiiiii. jrniii. I. .,..- - iMcimu- - fii riui ment Is prowins in Kentucky for Tin Cream for on. It free a full size, jnr of Palmolive-Creacommissioner, tearing Interest from an election law which will give berper. lles-l- .. arv Moore, Kate Hauling lh date of sale, with lenreUlned on Stanford, K., otfer for Bale nt pubwhich wc ordinarily sell for wont cost you n S. Cook. Sullio lic outer) to the highest and best tirade cveiy man a chance to run tor 50c cash. M. t'rnU, lloyce Hunn, Annp I), Me- - lnH pnipuriy mu kuiu, uuuu imhui ."c bidders, on credits of six mouths, tin cent. It he desires, no matter how Ve'rna rorco an.l effect of a Judgment Kaney, M. Mary lip Is, and a law wnich will put Kob rta, pooYou'll find this cream the most c.ut the coupon '( following real otttato owned by Job.i xoveinuer iiu. ot business In the Kout, Mayme Singleton the bos?es out delightful thing of its kind ever irom the Nov. is FLORENCE, M. C. 1 rehiiian Harrv Carter, Hobert GEO.B.O.Paxton, Atty for Plff. L. C. C. Traylor at tho tlmo ot his death p'imary both parties nominate uirect J. sues ol Good made. No 1 Tho distillery property of t'lelr candidates on he same dav and Carter, Kva Moser. Harry Heinhnrt. Sophomore Its en iue str.te pays the expense. I Iousckccping, PncificMonlhly.Red COMMISSIONER'S SALE! about seven acres, near tltlbort s Junior. Harris Coleman. Lincoln Circuit Court, Rook, Woman's I lomc Companion, tirely new Creek depot, bounded by L H N. It. K Henli.r. Joseph Hopper hsKlrcites of a cut or fH.OOO.OOii tinar Scott fc Co, PiainUffs, v Ollbert's Creek and county road nnd n a s Ladies' World. Uncle Remus' Magin mnning expenses or the tlovern-inen- t YOU MUST READ THIS IF YOU W. Hustsell Dillion, Defendant. No S So much of nonio plnco ns azine. Deaissucsot Pcoplc'sl lomo all the wore reported to President Tuft WANT THE BENEFIT. to 1 Journal, Delineator, Designer, N'cw quality of by the heads ol departments. li' J W Greer. Uieenwood, La., ut-- ' Puisuant to a judgment 1U Lincoln lies east of Hubert's Creek and Dud Novell, dernr'a Mill county road, containing Presld. nt was pratlfl.'d but declared circuit court rendered at Idea. Blue Book.Grecn Book. Nov. Palmolive there must bo a still deeper cut. ,.SvrekoCTnetenrsoU?lbw8aer tenn. 11,10. in above styled about 2G acres. 19th Collier's Weekly. Nov. 5th Soap, the Hatlier peculiar that nothing was No 3 If these two tracts fall to Saturday Evening Post. Nov. 6th queen of nil toilet soaps. beard or economizing In expenses un- orced o hypodermic Injections for cause, tho undersignca commissioner on bring tho debts and co.sts theu 1U0 Look in tho magazines (or the til the democratic landslide shook euei. inehe aiiacKs suincu wiui a Illustrated Sunday Magazine and pan. in the small of the back which; M0NDAY. DKCKMIIKU 12th. l'JIO tilings up. acies of the lio.no place un tho west coupon. Bring it lo this store. Associated Sunday Magazine, . .rudwl! became fairly paralyzing front ot th0 bide ot county road; tho division line ly attention was attracted to Foley PENNY'S ORUG STORE Hciuedy and I nm glad to say com t bouse door In Stanford, Ky., to be run from HutfinaiiH corner on aidnr-Wedding In Rockcastle .Igter using this wonderful niediclno1 gc m public outcry to tho highest said road west to a point at or nonr I . In any way. longer ..,,,,., ... rolImvlnc Ues- - Lc, Ilolticlaw crorner.'d on (Jllbert'a r X i s' i. - ". t' .". t : DAN LITTLE BUSY IN 0) anujjt.old euumybothered CUPID V lumbago. mi NEIGHBOR COUNTY cnbed property jiersonal property, Creek to make nbout 1U0 acres, makD ing this parcol bounded on tho North to vIf The little !od ot love. l).--n Cupid, On0 ten hoi-b- t power traction englno by inmiti or Iliilfman llollzclaw, nud not ffitlslled with a plenteous harvest iiumber 3807, and tho appurtenances John 1 raj lor; Bast by county road in Lincoln this tall. Is now "deadening" ovei tho Koci:cai! lin0 and exthereto belonging manufactured by South iy Traylor and McUuffoy; west tending his operations The Sigby Hubert's Creek. llnnr KcoM & Co. or internal tells or those wodrtlnga The purpose of said sale Is to satisNo. 1 If It should bo necessary the cut "In Lincoln when, tho principals u debt of $200.00, with six per cent. fy are well known from April 2'Jth, l'JIO balanco of the homo place ot about interest thereon Martin McKenzle. -- "21 acres, containing the Improve, It may be taken for granted that until iium uuu ou.v" " 1 W T 11 T t?X Mr. C. II. Kenitie, senior member family of any size that costs of this proceeding, for which tnents, bound on tho ncrth by lands ot the film ol McKenzle H. Mcltc. there is no Ji'dgment has been redered In the of Ueoirfe HIch; oast by county road; and Miss Virginia Martin, youngest goes very long without needing a nVnvn MtIpd case. Jaughttr ot Mr. nnd Mrs. S. it. MarIf you don't know of a good said sale will be mado couth by lands of Huffman, Iloltzolaw tin, hoarded the 1'i'l'J train 'lmireCdy laxative, or the laxative you are using on1rmH The six months and tho and Trayior. a credit or morning for Jelllco v;hro they were is losing its effect, we want to call purchaser will be required to glvo . If it should be necessary to sell nl1 united Into tho holy bond or bond payable to the commissioner In this case, It was unlike your attention to Dr. Caldwell's Syrup nud approved by hlra for tho purchase the home place It will bo llrnt offer that of J. I). McKenzle, a younger Pepsin, which thousands of families price, tho same bearing bIx per cent ed in parcels ns abovo indicated nnd "brotner nnd Miss Davis, who eloped arc using successfully. BanInterest trom aaie oi suie. im.u.f. and then as a whole and the bid accepted the night before. It was the carrying lA'o have scores ot letters from motherfect or a Judgment, money. Tho out of the quietly laid plans or which ers, and scores from prominent men furtheiand by lien on the proper- which realizes tho most secured tn0 parents ot both parties wero fully aylnc they are uslne It personally and ty sold herein. This November 2nd home place Is bounded on tho north Celnware. 1 hey were Joined nt Jelllco clTlnr it to tbetr families, men like Mr. by lands of llulfman, Ilolticlaw nnd by Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. McKenzle and C. K. Smith of the Tramc Clearing D. FLORENCE, M. C. L. C. C. Mobler and Leo Holtzclaw; cast by Dlutr, Ark., and Hr. George Mr ai'tor tho ceremony wus performed llouie. Pinea lawyer ot Harlan, Ky. The GEO.C. Bagby, Atty, for Plff. B. Turner, both couples boarded the train for thouundi of mothers who use It them-selv- " C. the lands of J. V. Holtzclaw and W. FOR 3ALE1 and give it to their children Knoxilllo where they will remain unby tho lands II. TraIor: on the south would take loo much space to mention. til tomorrow, when they will ret-arwarmer of Traylor and McUuffey; on the wcst The reason they prefer Syrup Pepsin to Mt. Vernon. 1 have decided to go to a As Is that it Is a mild, gentle laxative-toni- c by Gilbert's Creek and the land ol Davis McKenzle. I will offer my little home for that does not stripe effective and It came as u little surprise to the yet so mild that babies can take it. Its climate Leo Holtzclaw, containing about 218 Ingredients Invigorate the body sale, cantnlnlng two acres and l& majority of people when tho news tonlq strengthen m acres. There Is a passway over thU bowthe stomach Hashed oer town Wednesday morn andmuscles so that they againand their loles, comfortable, bouso and all el do O tract to county road from Traylor ing, that Miss Annie Davis dangrter work naturally. If you have been K recessary outbuildings, cistorn and McCIuffey tiact. O0 t Mr. W. A. II. Davis, and J. U. Mc victim of salts, pills and strong cathar15 years old. Quar r.nd will Krnr! a son of Mr. JondH McKenrle. tics you tiyrupdiscard them when you orchurd from 8 to Thu object or the sales Is to satisonce use l'eptln. on Dlx had eloped to Jelllco on the midnight ter mile from Uudderrr's mill You can buy a fifty cent or one dolof Jno. Traylor train where they vveie made man and lar bottle of any druggist, , but before river, four in Ilea south, of Stanford fy the Indebtuess J1C.000.00 nnd the CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! wife. Tha bride Is a veiy attractive doing so you may want to try It free. Ijincaster. amounting to about miles south of Dr. Caldaeid nod winning jourg lady ol eighteen If so, and he your address to forward a nnd four tosts of this proceeding. Honda with well will promptly D. DATSON, PROF. J. Mimmers, and the groom who Is oi.lv free sample bottle. Then, being con- apply to rood secutlty will be required of the it tew months her senior. Is a sticcccc- - vinced, do as others are doing and buy Gilberts Creek, Ky. W.arelntKXItlon todoall kind, ol oon. lurnUhttjBpubile with the It In the regular way of your favorite purchasers payable to Commissioner I ncan th f iv.lu-.- t ol cut nowrrs. ptanU oi ortln, sucb m 11 lock Work. I'avvmeats nil gio.eryniun bleated on Church, druggist. w rtreetj. bearing 6 per cent. Interest from data all kind., bultM, potWd Dower., on slMrt and. la tat, to aran make nnyWe thlai (rora s WOUND. Dr. Caldwell does not feel that the A DREADFUL booj down can tvn fno po.t. Also rusty purchase of his remedy ends his obit t,.r .' a.m. tin can.nature, nail ot eule until paid having the foreo oollc. lunrmi inaas o"ii ui roa promptly and (fall puruoma. luaranUa ard'Otaaa tor tor specialised In stomach, OET THE GENUINE ALWAYS and get our prioet ociev.) Inconurctlufa wllU th. otwr. I have all work and iulorUl. fatlon. He has dUa.e. forover forty" fllreworks or an)' other and effoct of a Judgment and A substitute I a dangerous make years and bowel. bo nleaied to Usdi'ot T.selable on band at rMnbIt bfor yoa buy your material at Itait. will th by Hen on the, land Tbta Novcnbei prloet. The reader any advice on the subject fr shift espeolully In medicineML!jln Koley's Hotiev nd Tur cur- - of charge. All are wolcome to writs 23rd, JOIO. CHHIHTM AN ailKKN I10UHBH. medical advice for HoaABi. faua. riMKlba nnd coldt quickly fcnd Is In a hlra.me Whethersamslatbaaareaa M. C. L. C. C or rrae . Ky ttoat-irhtm Dr. ..Staiford, Kj, ........ hsiita nres. eruptions 6E0RQC D. FLORENCE, - paLkage. no subitl Accept rewowwall, m Caldwell buU4U, UL coraaor PHa J. . aaton, Atty. for Pitt. tubs. ecwma, chapped hands . j cent at rwmuj POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS tttll "' IrfA'i1. !.:.:-- tf.ls t.sko Wflll V!- - Mclloe's hr, defendants. Porsinnt to n Ju.Ipmrnt or the clrcilt rourt rendered In thi tho above 'lyled cnu(. nl its November W. (1 V O. Mrllee's hrs, rialntlffn, vi Lin-coi- n m-iu- ,, nbc 1 o r 76-ir- ' ') be-o- . TOT YTRAGOOp THE BOYS' CLOTHES. jvi Kfrio H. J. McRoberts. FREE 50c Jar of Palmolive Cream C --W -- e 1IL-M- - --- 'T' t. s"' .,..,. .. r .- Laxative Sent Free to Try a a o tfoo0eoo0"T I o o o Thanksgiving Eatables lax-itiv- e. .i... 11 ::;iit. Deauiiiuimarniaiaue, jeiiy Peanut Butter Etc. Heinz Preserves, Apple Butter J mptrl-innnr- I Stone Black, White MephistoeS g and Creole Cakes: Apples, -J anas, Oranges, Cranberries, fr J W. H. Stanford, Kentucky. niuuinb, 0$$&$O $$$$$$ lt. 00 CONCRETING PHILLIPS BROS., v" - ffS'BalvetrntbJood stp .vy.. ,' U. ja jJM.. t ii ii. ww - h .h. 1W f4v K. n V. A mmiiifuJtfittof ,f. i ... .V. ij- - 'i t frf j3f Icf T" rilWJMfcii fMr- - I t n f , i rTUlJAY, UKOl.MIIKR Znd 1910 THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. PAUB rut Great one-fift- Under-Pric- e Sale! 3 Of Cloaks, Suits, Skirts, and Children's Cloaks h of the price, or 20 per cent, discount on these goods. This includes all of tfe" We will allow you to take off above goods in our store. Bright, new and seasonable goods at a liberal discount right at the beginning of winter should be taken advantage of by those in need of winter oods. We will also spread a Feast of Remnant Bargains beginning on, See large posters for other seasonable bargains. that date. SEVERANCE & SON, SHORT LOCAL NEWS .1 Special fountain pen lor school uo V Hill bin returned Irora n 75 cent. It and $1.25 at Penny's DniK ilslt to rclnthn, nt Horse Cnc. Hooms for rent A K. Patterson. Store. Scott Brown nnd Clarence Jullnn two prominent Inrmem nnd cntllo Attmd Hie Thento'lum Its only 6c .nen oi I rnnklln county worn hrj L I hi Watches, solid sller ware, flno to eo Chnrlc. Lutes. week PERSONALS. jewelry, etc., seo W II. Mueller Mr. ItoLort Salter nnd wlfo hnvo It. M. Now land wm In I.oxInRton returned from Lincoln county whore Kresh supply or tniit rooi Hpx coal ' on btiMnoM Tuesday thoy Im0 been spending n few duy. 1 confined tn Mr Sailer hm liecn tullerlnR for tno IB cents delivered. W. S. &. K. II llrlRht Is Mr Ccorg Denhnm. tile bed by Ktfn. p.iht lev day, with a mid, hut Is wn j Most llhernl fire policy ,8. Albert Phillip. if this olty Ky., now better. I) in Hie AdM)eiite. wrll'cn Clay tlsltlng wjmn tolks noir l.ondon, Mis SnlllP Tarlor Woods Is nt llntus Riiannteed by the Henry New-t:iro'jql Thnnksphlng j Klro Insurnneo Cotnpnny. It M MlllersliurR for the Innil QRont .Mr John Kinney nun Mr. June nuptlnU Saturday lions, of HprlnKlMd. Mo.. nr0 tno Mr. V. P. I'rowltt. of Klrksvllle has Uiiuuond rlnsscuil nuttons nnd Kuosta of tlrlr relnthes, Mr. V. J nrrlved to make her homo with rer hroocl'ot li. great variety at Mucl-lrrnmnie nnd Inmlly Palmer, tht daURhter, Miss I.enn WJ Mrs. Maria Jackson has cone up m winter "To whem it nay concert." Thin Pj London to spend some tlmr with her Mr W. II Denhnui, of Oklnlioma. Is to you thut UenrRo A. llaten ion, Cul II M Jackson nnd family lit). M hern wlth'hltf sons, V. S. and and nollly Mnmllln nro no lonper in XV K. . Phelps. t Mr. nnd Mr James K II llenbnm. (I ml ,1 .ui employ. Wood Mosaic, of Mr. and bavo been guest MIbsm Jnnl( Wood fox and BM" i New Alhnny, nd .Mr. Will CurtW. belli Vermillion, of Danville, nro visfor n suitable Xmiw present ro to Mlfs lioitti Jean Penny In thn iting Mr and Mr Itol.uid lllshop. .Muelltir'.s Jewelry store. guest of Mis Helen O'ltenr In Frank- Myers, who Is nttendlriR Carlisle 1,11 T " Coneh shipped In M'O turKivs pcnt t'ollngo In l'xiiiRtnn Portman U here Irora Jtato houKl-- t Thnnkiplvln, with his parents, udRC to Northeott this we-nn to spfnd ChrlstniM with lit nnd Mrs W M Myers Chlcafio He wants nil wi.'i lt In Caso) Mr. nnd Mrs. J. U. I'ortmnn p.irents. (irutiRe. Is haven't sold to set- - him beioio (. I'lins Mcltoberts. ol I.n Mr pud Mrs J O. Spratt nnd dill II J McKob-rts- . InR dren, of near Itowiand, were vlsltlnt; here with h's brother Chrlstuins black cakes. We're bill. V. M. Mnrnn nt I.nncuster Mrs. open 'if the Women's Iiir Uds week. (Jet jour order in at Tl Mls Anna Itlee. ol Itlchmond. Mrs. Missionary Societies of the Methodist cnc J I), llorton Siuuintha It. S. Hcudder and Jlin Friday nlpht McKlnnoy. nre visltlnR Miss tievloul unnouncod for f,r Iletween .MrKf Amanita S. Wnrc. of held Sundnv night There will wd Cirrlo Cunningham HamMo Mm be a be vrrlety In the proRram suited to juilmoie's Rate and Shelby City ulnck singer. both adults and children. Tb0 public ii.iiiuihir cuniaininR two )I Ulllg, whltB Ham Mntheny continue to Improve Is li.vlted nnd especially nil Interested silk gloves and tax receipts slRntd by now ajutred In tVul bin rccoery is missions. Mrs. W. K. Harrison Ueward for his rjiny friend will bo Kind to . return to this oillce. know LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS Mr. Hotxrta Willis, and crlldren Old Itev. J. "j. Dickey" will" preach nt Clans has appointed the vent to ML Sterling on n visit I'hurs-day- . InteriorSanta Journal to receive all letters N'eal's ("reek church next Sunday at from the lltt! ones this jenr- - telllnR j i'. .11. Mlr. I'olly Traylor who has been him Junt what they want for Chrlnt-innA. M. Keland Is" "erectlnc a near e visUln? Mr June Hunter all Incited to send In their homo on his fhnn near nnd Mnr A. S. llobertton. letter Aro Santa Claus, care the Into I en the Hustomlllc pike. In this city rMurncd to her homo at terior Jn'irnnl, Stanford, and they Gilbert's Creek. Danville Advocate. will be printed In the Interior JourWilson Shous.TXns Riven a line of and her little) ditURb nals Christina lsue which will be ;J! tor nhiiHlnR a mule and J10 and Mr Virgil Wrlto costs tor breach of peace in the coun ter. U'orRla Jeanclto, returned printed In about two weeks cenlng from an extended lsll loctbly on one side of the pHper nnd ty court room Thursday. Stanford und I.a don't mnko vour nt 10 relntlte tio loni? All Cnr or Pennine kanaw ha salt for Orsnfce. Mrs Frank Lee, who has the little ono's letters will be urine ment. J H ilauRhmnn k Co at Stnnlord returned lslllnB been with them. V'lddlesboru llecord llarey Jtnklns and Miss Ijiura flovd, were united in tnarrlnRo n the home of tieorpe Anions on tl'e L,th lloth are popular younp pi-Allen-Aherto- n Wtl-mor- Stanford, Kentucky. V'alemiikS. PFHLAK Important properties of the Grape are vN to henr that Mrs .Nina JenniiiRs vim t 'd to teach school nt tnis place, has been very sick nt her homo In Uurninl She Ib plcnrantly remember ej by her lormer pupils here Mr. s Suvan Cress itf. i. y nt Crnb Orchard. Hunters report jinl! very scarce In this section Some ol our nlmrodx nre 'loaded for bear" but linvcn't Killed anv yet. "Aunt r.itra Anacrson, one of tho best colored women nnd n great laxorllo with all the white folks here. lui Uuru-mlr- Is wry III. y hi transmitted M he two recent articles, ln n late Im,up of tho cheapest nnd best, anent I he road question, covered the enso in a comprehensive mannor Judse Daw Mn Is on tho road dally nnd 'om-- I Inlns thnt the road oer which his route runs Is In bad shape i know losltUely thnt the roads out which Nos .1 and 4 run nre In equally both 'I as bad shape. Wc nre sure that It's Stanford and PrcachcrsMlle turffiUNe tun not bo beaten for badnew DHitfcts In a dorcn places are flllef up sua great washes wero cut n'roD- tte lond bed by recent rain, while tho be& lock is nbout all of the pike tuIs In sight, the metal Imvtne all hev wuslifd away; ditches filled op xnf prasscd oir while the water scelttwp a lower level, runs where thn hues' walks and In each vehicle track. Mt the authorities could see th ftuc loads during or just nfter n rnlir, action would be taken, Tk um the mntter up the road qurstlof. Js the ii'O't Important In Lltix4j county today. It Is, or shinihf ier ill" 'Hal Interest to every cltl?en. Vfi the Rood work begin with practwal men In charge nnd glvo Lincoln iwiii ty tho roads she Is entitled to. ricrttf she onco had. te & ROYAL Stomach Blood and Liver Troubles Much tlckncsi itsrtt withneak stomach, and consequent poor, impoverished blood. Nervous and lack Xood, rich, red blood. Their stomachs need invigorating lor, alter all, a man can be no stronger than his stomach. A remedy tha makes the stomach strong and the liter actie, makes rich red blood and overcomes and drite g out bacteria and cures a whole multi-tuJ- e of diseases. Gef rid of yoar Stomach Weakness end pale-peopdisease-producin- enn o Baking Powder ff Abolutty l i 1 ijpllll Pur t.lver Laziness by taking a course of J)r. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery the treat Stomach Restorative, Liver Inviaorator and Blood eieanser. li to the food. Per-ryxlll- hnnd-hom- jj The food is Dan-Mli- o le lttr gi thereby u inaue more a z B tasty and m digestible II m You can't afford to accept any medicine of aninown nmfiaMtn as a substitute for "Golden Medical Discovery," which is a medicine of known coMrojrnoN, having a complete list of ingredients in plain English on its same being attested as correct under oath. Dr. Pierct't Pltstsat PtIMi rrguUt tad Invljorttt Stamtch. Llrtr sm4 Bawtli. WELL FITTING CLOTHES There's no patent on the idea of wearing plain, well fitting clothes, nor is there a copy-rigon selling them. Only so many people don't wear 'em or so many dealers don't sell 'em that it's always worth noting. We're here to sell clothes, and we do. We sell good ones, but that doesn't mean they are dear. We buy carefully from makers we can depend upon, pay for and ht W w Judge Wise New On That lie i Overcoat. &30000 o o o o ooooo At the imlinK of t KlRhth ill net teachers' Acboelitlon nt liar rodnbunj Inst wind; Prof. J W., Ireland ol Stanfoid, wus idccted preSldi-u- t for me ommilim iear. Pro! Ireland Is o urywliru recognized as on,, of Pk iiiroinntt educators In tho state otir clothes will be satisfactory cloaned nnd pressed If lelt at Will.in son'a barber shop. II. Wnltei Mllburn Proprietor. Lively slablo fur rent upluudld lo- 1, u' t ivti-- , inwK i f;i ing lorn,, cation. An exceptional opportunity h tt Ask U. for the rlsht man. Jas. I). Shelby from it in for t,e' r'd eitin1 pleasant I. Penrn Hmiiiu'i Innctlon City, Ky. i .ittsi ,itu iitriiian Jrj ail trcat-- J I xtra bot Ctmplet. nu'iit $i For Sale. Som,. nice bnrred rock tle i'i ons Krt Hubbard, rml mlnnrcn cockerels. Stanford. I 'it get good cloth, good lining, goodwork-mansh- ip and good fit. And we sell1 at a moderate profit. n 3 I For Sale. Some H. 1. Ked pullets and cockurels nnd Toulonso Reco. Apply to .Mrs. W. J. Hdmlston, Crab Mts Orchard, Ky. Jul ec 73-4- Preacliersville. M r Glad hearts and great riches are seldom ac44 f quainted." says Judge Wise 44but comfort and economy are very old friends at Cummins & Wearen's Store, where you can buy the very old JlbO worth thlt. j ear from H..'i tvns, usIiir a InrRi quantity nt home i For Salel'tT Tiar"oI HustonUIlP Sue l.eeM th,, brown lephoin variety National Hank stock. Apply at this Mr and .Mrs (,ro-- r .istineiu of Point l.envell weie Msitm? ner par office. l tin Navlor ents, Mr. Jiml Mr liiandpn thinks ils voungest We have otuo second hnnd buRRleh RrutiddaiiRrter mlght.s tine Crntus und ono carriage for sale. Pence L'dwards, of Stroud, Okla, and Leo . Ilros. luiiil Xlurtln, of near crnli Orchard, Ior lUnt On"iiccoiiiit oi thoa imsl-m.- were Uniting MKhp Kder and Annie nico Parties nt CrlTIn Station IIsses I will tent my storo with d.vcll'nR or lour looms kitchen andn Sarah Howard nnd Lurlle tnd Ieno Knto Miss lsltltiR Itallnrd were ball and iront porch and a Ann nt the door. A good barn fine Payne .it Tapp'innna Miss Nora Smith .aiden and all necessary outbulldlnRs hfh rettntud from Isltlng h' r titter Vesd.mies P B. Par-iluwill rent nt n bargain tit llnrtwell. Kv in Hofkiiistle nnd J M Cp'ss inii Miss Kath-enn- e Casey county A fine place for Call on or wrlto to J. W. PadMehln were I'siuni; Mrs V. Ve are borry Hrown In tlnrrard gett & Son. KIdd's Store. .1. Cres W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, ' Nlor Oli..lllMflHMI . jr W W. O. Martin II 1 R Uurhea j T. V. Hinnblo b els-ter- li bust-t.es- 1 Wanted to rent a house ol 4 or t looms In Stanford or vicinity. Appl) to A. C. Connett, Login inenue For Sale. llarred Plymouth Hock cockerels, nice ones 75 tents icli T. A. itlco 1 7K-J- you need for this rough weather at any price you want OVERCOAT litre's sumethlnK Rood for J., read crs: The Cincinnati Post daily one year: tho Interior Journal ono er.r nnd tho Post's beautiful IUU Wood-lauCalendar all for :'.&0. Till of fcr la good lor both new subscribers aud old ones who lenow. Tho Calcn most dar is a beuut). whilepapers otoryone lire. Thin knows what the two is a barguln. Send your subscription to tho Interior Journal at once. I low's I We can save you money o ft your shoes. Our line of Strides Patents, Vicis, etc. is hard to excel. Give us. a look; examine our ex- tat V d ) Hmr)ftt II THE HOMI OP HART CHrFfNIR4 MARX CLTHE BF.TSY'S POINTERS: "My Idea of satlbfaciton Is to hu tue old man siy, th.it is certainly On HumlrM IWIirs Itrwird for o W ou nlwajs show colfeti, Ustarrto Hut rnnut lw rurrd by lulls splrndld u atonf . tturtht-urrbich good sense In uu!nR coffee J lw ner where did you Ret And 1 wu ,, thn unilrnUni'J. luif lnun t Iwlmt lilcn irtlUr lion II num. tor Ihf ! I deal with Coffey IrsnMriKiiui iw uwuai pleased to tell him In sll bminp ,orbl U ,. hni o lloher-Ue.u v, and Coleman ' OM lo carfr " nf wki" Wll0. UI.INliS 111ViMIM. Talrda. l lUrrlngton Hall the stevl cut coffee UKWU. halrMlf In one pound cans ut 3t cents per UUMMlir. ajlHi U Lira Cur 1U1U M mucous xuhfT of ffSlmusUU ni lm. ftlo. II ecu yi can cr three for one iloliar Goods Dallvertd 'fhonc 1M br kssu. Saul s all Utomuu. cossUssUao, TUt usll rmut nJt lr COLEMAN COFFKY This? ceedingly low prices and you wilK undoubtedly buy. .. If HUGHES, MARTIN & CO liV Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes 4 ?r. rtrt t U STANFORD, KENTUCKY && 3 .. p-7- - rr U-We Have these From $5 to $25 THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR TOURNAL. THE FARMERS For Sale. 4 years old. J as. Yowell, )utonvIlle, Strn) horao from lllfhltiml. Lincoln county a black horse, left eye out. Will 'onklns, VanArsdnll, Ky. T ,M. (Irecn, Senator Itubblc'a racer, won again at Jacksontlllc Wednesday M .1 Karris sold a bunch of one hundred eypoit cattle averaging about 1300 rounds to Simon Well, of l.cxtng ton. The price paid was 13.25. William Wllcrer sold to l.ondon par-ti- c a car olad of corn at S2.I0 put on the ram here. .Mr. Maurice J Farrli purchased Irom Mr. Samuel Cecil, 80 head ot ahoat at 7 cents per pound. lie afro purchased from otrer partlcr l'JU lat hogs at 6 cents. Advo- 50 Rood 2 2 FRIDAY, IX.CKMUI.R xnd 110 ,f ewes, from to NURSING MOTHERS show the beneficial effects of Gtita Hog killing nnd li.intlng prlnciii'l occupnllotis time are the nt the present Scott's Emulsion in a very short time. It not only builds her up, but enriches the mother's milk and properly nourishes the child. Nearly all mothers who (.Uu. For Sale A brown mare unfo In loal to Woods' fine Jack, this U the nurse theirchildrcnshould Areli Ureon mare. She can be "n t W At. A'lnmV stable. Call r,r take this splendid t'hone 171!. W. Adiras For rert ion nrr,. larni. Writ" not only to keep Thompson llros., Kind's Mountain, Ky but bam ,i Harris sold tnn mules to up their own strength w. II. Ilnrton at ljincat(-- for 30, F. I Thompson shipped a car of to properly nourish their hoRH to Cincinnati for which ho re ceived 7 I cents. children. food-toniAt .SO-- 3 Stl-- 4 r c, 1 Dyehouso. creek, nought of home here for 60n. William J. I". luilard sold caster court at 3 Crers ." hulls at Lan- - rOB HAIX BY Alt. DBOOIltsn "! thlaa-t- . tit oar of 8.0J i(V.. braalllnl Satlop ll.ak d OMI l' HkrUb-H.k- . Lach baak cvnUlaa a Uooi Lack tVaa;. SCOTT & DOWNE. 409 IVmI St. New York of near Cedar v tlall.ird his ' Mr. and Airs. W. II. I'cpples, (A "Happy Valley Farm,'1 areon tho sick list this week. Mr. nnd Airs. .1. N. tlooch vlalted their, uncle, .Mr Henry Anderson, who la sl"k at his home In Santord, latt Sunday Allss Fannie Young spent with her pirenta, at HlglJand. .Miss Kllen Hcott and Mrs. 'Ipp were in the city shopping the nrst or 1 STIRRINO TIMES. the week. r ltlder J. (I Livingston Idled his appointment here tnc third Hun-da- we are having In the building line. There was no Monday school Wo carry a lull line, of lime, plaster, neld last Sunday on account uf tho cement and everything else needed rain. Hardin Young visited Tiynn (Jooch tor building. Ever) thing purchased tero will bo found of the best qualilait Sunday. l...4. liti.lrtArAr tlalK.rt hla ty and the beat for Intended puraosee. mother at Flat Woods the Inst of the Wo will sate you trouble asd uMaew" week A Thanksgiving program was ren- tary etpen-- o by sending to iu far an dered by the pupils Wednesday aft- estimate. A nice new desk for the ernoon teacher was on exhibition for the J. A AUEN, tt.wf.f., Ky. visitors at the same time. new girl of .Mr. nnd Atr. The little It U Duddcrnr Is doing, nicely. The pupils who received a general average of 'to or more ror Novem-Le- r ate as fellows: Third grade Iva i t'epplc nnd .Maggie Croushorn. grade John Holtielaw and l.)nn iimii-Elvlnreg-uhHnv-tnll- UtH It'll. Sam Robinson, Mai H fr .aBBk. -.Hm ' (ilUITON CLOTHES srlpped two loads ot for which they loss paid f to ti rnts; also a load FcTrH RENTo"r SALE! cattle TQr Mhlch they paid I Ut :: 1 1 cetnif. n The t.re tirm cwrs tu II. V llausliii'an mi at .Mlllwigetllle tontalnlnt; also M.ld s.'if lurrels ol corn to llrnwn .l plic acres, tboiit id tour ba! at J..i0 put In the crib Mr. ltnmn ance In innill groin lor tobacco Rood or corn. will hcoii trm-rioin Hnrrodslmri; to tfibirto barn on It uio old farm. S. E. OWSLtY. Iv. ti. Smith old a pair ot mules Jo W..11. Hurton tor j::in. FOR SALwi For Sale. luo stock ewes. W. O : Jon-l- -j a to rincinnati (coe. Iva Popple. Kill lloone and Kail Hooch were neither absent nor Linly within the l.ynn (Iwch llajmond and month .Maggie hcth llerbeit Holticlatv vere not abient '' ;i0: e We Want Stanford, Ky, a rHa tB 'F . BSfl SSI .HaH v B m tiM BaYV H m r.rJu 111UC T- IA H.- I - J aH Hv at Tfoui on vgrnminign. . .. tirus idt iitmentlofllBlhlad. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES rt price al- fijKJSj tivw? y ..a. J'.-H- JOHN WHITE & CO. Suw. R ..?& ilf fcalf? tf f ,jgPf&K. " j Ji J J WE PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICE For All Kinds ol FreshOysters SERVED IN ANY Farm Produce HIDES FURS WANTED NOW. 1AND & UUCHANAN Stanford, Ky. AND acies, well linprotid and well wa'i-r-cd, miles from Dantllle, Uincastor and Stanrord on Dantllle and ljtn easier turnpike, mile trom 2 churches good scl.oql, store and shop, mrnl rout,, runs by door 7.V3 Creek. or Shelbj City has tor Dtveltli'g ot t! rooms nnd two commo- K. )I. sale a number or thoroughbred Dnroc illuus porches comparatively new, 1 boars, and a row gilts. He also has largo barn two tobacco birrs other for sale a horse, sound necessary oi.tbulldlngs, all In good and absolutely gentle. Suitable for For ltirttur Information app't to 75-carriage or delivery wagon. For Sale. .0 fboats, 50 to 60 Ceo. r Ilrlght, Agpnt, Stanrord. Ky weight. Henry Anderson, pounds 7S-Stanford. Ky The Norieigh Diamond acres ot land. For 3ale. 1GJ cottage, threo porches nev rhe room Himling pantry, hall etc., large barn 10 btnlls, shul and good loft. Huggy house, l.en house etc Tho piaeo Is well vntcred, buildings all now and lenc-In- g good. This 's n good rurm and ? will bell at a bargali. price only Ib5 per acre Anply to U R. Hughes. Strnv hog at m pMre. Owner can pitting 101 this notice apt aino anil keep Jas. Aleer. 1 blacK-Miiltre-pa2 3 2 Strayed or stolen, two brnu 'ho mares i and . ears old. tine m bro.vn with "T" branded on shoulder, tl. other bay t.randed "O'" on hip lleuuril If returned to II. W. AleCuf-re- v n W. II. Tr.'ylor'd at Gilberts Walker. t::-- 2 A No. 1 hanging Fork rarm ol ..1,2 Turkeys l Bring them in at once and we will pay you the highest Market Prices. H. B. Northcoit. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. SYMPATHY FOR THE RIOEH or driver who but poor harness Ij When honestly made nrd i.ec shnr can he bonsh' Minrnntied hirne so ic:ion.iblv it Is a man's own hi'ti lault If he tikes the rt-- lt ot burltig (rum a mail onb r catalogue I'roMt by otlici-- i expel u nee nil buy our harnoM it home J. C. McCLARY, SUn'ord. Ky. NO 11 "FaFlnd WhiuTSuitiBiT'' Aly new lull and winter samples are They now ready for your Inspection comprise the beat on tho market 1 ran suit any one as to price who has A suit Ms clothes made to order. made to your measuro Is preferablo 16 ready made clotl;es. To have T WaterUie coat NOTICE Not getting a sat- iisfactory price for my property, 1 will continue business at the old stand. G. B. PRUIT T, Moreland, Ky. them made to measure doesn't cost any more than ready made wbea quality and fit U ao.aan-- a Case In and ma taa. tuur BMMuarav iL C kiiiai. uta fracucal Tallor.t lt 3 , 1 PUBLIOSALE sell at public auction, begin-rino'clock A. At. my rann ot CO acre? cu the Dint Me pike, 5 miles east or Di.nvlll,, and t mitea went or 'tunfoia, 01: I -1- II STYLE. 11 g at ! FOR SALE PRIVATELY acres near .May-ooKy. Good Improvements, all caieccsaary outbuildings, well wutertd raod good orchard. 'My 105 THE PEST FOM. IN TOWM Tlr .a r,. uh .iB t . vIH li farm of HT Prp. (Strain's Rcslairwt. 'Zt SAM ROBERTS. Maywood. Ky. H. A. CARSON. BIey&Co., 1 j, c McClaryt THURSDAY, DEC. 8, 1910 wilt aleo sell a One combined cur- rlace and larm horse.' wot Ks well cv-erywhtre, wre Tor women and cnu- iTen; one extra bne rarm and roaa nure and brood mare; 1 two vear-lino well broko to rlae gnld ng. and drive: 1 line tllly coll. draft stock. years extra xood Jersey cow, 2 rid. giving line Mow of uilik. 13 acrea o( corn In the thock. : I 1 L --J1aBBaBa!aS DOLLARS HAS CONE UP IN SMOKE tfcitt might bate been saved by a fire insurance policy If jou bavo no on jour property, take our advice and Insure in the Continental company. It makes um weary nnd sad when riro occurs to think that a man had'nt gumption enough to secure a good wad trout properly drawn policy In In- - Continental don't be You will unwise. Insure In time thank us for tho tip. MANY 11 , .' p 1 2 2 IHHlLMiaWSaaaaaaaaBl Uadertaicert and Embalm .jar. Also Dealen in Fur- aj aiture, Mttingi,Rugt . Tbej wil exchange Furniture for ail Kind of Stock. Give JlVm a Call. Price Right. undertaker and Emoamer HT4NPORO. KY. Office 'Phone 107 Home Thone 35 'ojoenoi jo wjac JitK rej una (Hiruvsp, uiu - uumifa wt potatoes and 0 to 7 bushels ot turnips HoiikClH.ld liirniiun'. and kitctu-Including a line 179 range, good as lew, a $12 silver set, go'd lined, tine mahogany table, parlor carpets and riii'" and other thing." too numerous 10 mention, 'forms or day or sale. J. I". Clu.idlet. Auctioneer.. pojf.is-oiqno1 A cottt with style and class and the most practical hunt-in- g coat ever dcalned. Is yet absolutely water-tigh- t, light and flexible. A coat made to tit a hunter and very liberal in cut. Is bound with Uatheri has leather covered shoulders; five outside cut in pockets, on: outside patch pocket and has lull game pockets through out the entire coat. The corduroy collar fits perfectly and when turned up fastens with storm strap. Tha button boles are all worked with atays at the strain cilk, , Ing points. Has ventilated under arm gussets and adjustable cuffs. The water proofing Is by a new proccaa that is really water-tigh- t. MRS. AMANDA S. GILMORE, STANFORD, KY, It. IJ. NO. 2. U.ORD, TMerlu KENTUCKY 1 FARM FOR SALE! Jriarry Jacoos, and Manufacturer ot ' wi" w'l PUBLIC SALE! farm or tir'-at- dy jr.v nU i - . Rt L. o'h, r neces- Tnurday, Deremter 15th, 1910, Hflarblo and Cranito Monu- - tary Improvements rr tvlem.U water ofter lor sain to the highest bidder '"an slvo possesion soon the following doicribcd property 71 bond of eittlo; 20 head o' 7.0 M.rw-- J and Foti,OpnHtt-rami Law J. C. NEAL, Viu-aajiiiu! d yearllntf. and 44 head or S00 httUta. OOlcu and works, Jlc Klnn-ir.K- v MorelTrt. Kj to 1,100 pound cattle; 42 head or hogs 10111 10 to 2X5 pounds, In bunches to nut piircbuvr. Cood meijt hogs; 1 rite ytir old Faddlo initro extra good; J one war old colt; pair extra good 11; liai.il mar mules; one pair 16 2 hand mote mules; two good milk cows (ono rickh); 700 to bOO barrels ot corn, old on ground; SOO bales or rnrnilng implements or all kinds wagons; hay lake, mow2 ing machine; harnehs; kitchen rurnl-tinurd household rurnltiue. I0 ntul under UinMS.-A- ll bills cash in hand, over Jio, n negollable six tnontha note bearing i per cent Intel est Irom date ot Hiilu llustonvllle on hum - e of seven rmm' e.ana hair pike. 1 irr Han Hating decided to change my I wilt on If you want a coat that has class, style, and yet room for any reasonable "bag," investigate this coat. For Sale By GEO. H. FARRIS. men, PHONE 208 STANFORD, KY. SANITARY TOILET J Is a disease and discomfort preventive It eliminates all annoying odors, 'excludes all disease germs. Let u New laiverv. remote that old stiie Iran nlfnir uiu- replace it with u toilet that Is as ois Detfot Straet-naiueniai as it is convenient nnn Phono henlh preserving. The cost w'll not STANFORD, KENTUCKY. liu much. If shouldn't be considered when the hcalh or your family may be Intolved FRUIT AND SHADE TREES K. WARNER, Everything for Orchard Lawn 8tanfora, Ky. Phor.t 188. and Garden. Write tor Free Catalogue. No, Agents I BO ! H. F. HILLENMEYER e SONS. POSTED Lexington, Kentucky. A W. S. FISH MODERN 8. O. CARTE. ' M. W. "M ml 1 A FULL LINE OF King off Externals Sells itself wherever introduced. Imitators have tried to imitate, GOWANS nearly COAT SWEATERS AND lu: ittc-linre- e e and substitution has been attempted. But once GOWANS always Gowans for inflammation and congestion. iiu'ii'i lull.. place. with nnniu.) K. U. Dtiihnin T A. Hlco M. J, Iloffiiun J. W. Hughes. Al. F l.auieiice J. II. Acton .1, S. HurrU W. IJJUgUman. Dctld Htcteiii Fred Imii'iiaiin. H. li Haughman, J. II. liaughman Xevln Carter O'itanion &. Campbell Will Cordler Frank Cordler MiniiiiiaHCia uerouo ( Tho hunting season Is upon us nnd wants to post Ills The charge Is -- "' cents cash FARM FOR SALEI miles west or acres lying t Highland, a good cottage and outhouses, barn etc., C fields fenced; about "' arret in cultivation; plenty br wattr. Kftibun ror selling out not able to work on larni. l'rltv reasonho able Stanrord, Ky., II. F I). No. JAS. A. KINO. 60-- 8 3, Uox 05 Underwear aaJ3s I m L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky, m terms. For particular write Ilurton, Somerset. JOHN G. LYNN. W. jame day and date hurton will olier tor alu rarm now occupied bv me, coiiltliig ot 270 .'5100 ueres, with good Iioub0 and liulhlll"!s, 1 stock and lobarcn btril, veil w.iteted by n never tailing spring and lences aro In excelwtll lent uitiilltlon; 200 neres ol this larm is a blue grass nnd will grow hemp, tobacco or anything other lurius In Kntuck will grow This farm will bo bold on easy N I' - On It ulrrs 1111. tliru.it mill vii'kI (Son, tin I'lrhir-llli- irr(i. (iow.uis I'ri'imnttion t'r itlnn, f(Mti.iti' of tin' 11 lAviMn In . IIV ha m In' fur lll.iin hull a omiil.iin: hum mill UIKUSUWS' IWLl, LU.. lliirUiintuii, .V. C Mr BUY HAYE IT IN THE HOME All Piu.Cl.l. SI. COWAN MEjhCAL CO.. 0URUAU, N. C. 30. S5c. V W (ui'titti., ilrw.f iilnail b (. (ri(ii l.ylle. James Smith. Aim. Mattlo White. W. II. Daughert). lohn Al. (looeh It. f. Andersn.i D. Al. Antlereot A, T Traylor. J. H. Thompson J A Totter J II Hustle O IV New land. it. Curtlb. tlnirl (c Woods, Mrs Mettle II. llewes. .lohn Al Carter Uim Colsxl Fied YonUrucjtigaii.J. J. Klllott Joeoli Oander, A Ulelbasa. allssc-- s HnUle and Hettle Carter. 1'. W Carter, J. II. Carter. " It. H. Ilatrield L. 13. Gurnor Jas SI Carter, Sr. Mr It I. Williams II C Haushman, A. J Johnson. J. V 1'eak F. tor. Cutler, Dr. Christ Jacob. J O. Carpenter. Al. II. t CLOSING OUT 3ALEI I have to change climate w'll sell for the next 30 days a full line of millinery, dress goods, trimmings and notion just purchased In the city at j, prices astonishingly low, Tnis stock was carcruny selected ana It w'll meet the wants of this or any other vicinity. I will sell it as a whole If an opportunity should present. CORA 8. LIPPS. As I I aai Musionviiio, ivy Hill J taaltKMatiWiaa JlMfrtea'iaialajaft MMfe Vl Inn ija.iiljjM '" N- 1 ' aaaaaAtifaaaaasI)