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FRIDAY, DKCKMIlhll iith, li10 No. I IRELAND Hustonville. I ashler J. tlockoi, of Huston-vilNational Hank Is In bed with u urn,, of pneumonia. r .Mm, Polly Knulfmnn who Is In ' I yenr nnd greatly b loved t nil it quite sick nnd her numerous 11 ends an- - invlous about her condition and Imping for her early rccov- e HugiMs-Reyno- lds Quarterly Court SEVERAL CASUS PAS3EI. N FOR TWOMORE YEARS IN LOCAL AFTER RICHMOND STRUCTOR BUT BOARD CONSIDERS HIM TOO VALUABLE TO LOSE .Mr nnd Mr (leorgo .McKlnney of our city who tefi 1M lull foi a sperbil to filcnds nnd numerous rein Hint th,. ell- fvci In Texas, wrll lu.il( ther,. wilts them for the winter nnd Hint they will set us Inter. lit Tenn., w JntncM linker, of HunLv. llle, III arrive thin week foi 11 lew dnya bird hunt in th,. Hluo HrHHsl I'ul bLLLLLLLLLLLUT fLLLLLH bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI t learning that Hit Itlcurannil Hoard Lduratlon Imn bet n making niton,,' lr. Miimes Wesley liui coitl hix i lotta to secure lilm to h"nd lb" spieinlld flinii near lilrlnti iI'a Cr(K titv itcliitol system next year, tli ttoailM In Hie rerllle (Sreen rher til-l- i n S'nntord School Trustees met to Mr Walter Ilin)le5 of Pine Wednesday .mil loim.tlly reelected Kiiott. K possfneloi: to be Riven V .it b .Inntinr) I ml J. Ireland Snrlnti ndi-flrt 15U1. t f ftnnford city schools lo.' .mollif I usi nutliorUed to Mat,, that there t a sulary consider-il- Ic t a word of truth In Mateuient t o JPHru' trin larger tlinn that ho has been In lnt Nme of this. jiii r "saylni; tecclving nnd high enough to kee.i tl.at Hie American Tobacco Co," own I in hrre ed Hie tobacco warehouse nt More-land- . l Prof Ireland was onllttl before the, Ky Tho owner? ar,. iill I I nrd anil Muted frankly tli.it I i ilentH of that place anil vicinity. Irom .ut considering a piojonUlon homo Mm. Ed .Martin died at i L.thmond, but hm! Hot iiientlont'd .t of her fiithei I.. W JleWhorter nu If t!. local llonril tor he did mi' Vdnesdn) nlKlit Ntitombtr 2tith, of il to Ih cotiildeied III tin- - nttl ronsiimptlnu She van 2S year of do ot 'holding ther up" lor moiv uge nrd a hi.istrind and one s lnr, for he thought thai Ms com-- j child In mourn Hm Ion of a IonIiik nf.iUcm at precnl wns piobubly wife and 11101 tier. .Mr. J. C. McClnry Hie limit to which they might reel pre.iuheJ her funeral nt New Salon, inclined to go The Hoard consulted church and she was Ued to rest In Hut; . nd asked him to name a llcurr he Kte crave l e vrould rei'ifiln In Stnnford i'oi iiii'l ery dar! Si.mlny nlxht wiis Mould give them .111 answer at one- -, end F(rlci'i- - was held at all our .Hid when h,i nnd Kilted liiit was not a (Imrrhes, although tht-iit was accepted at 01.ee, unJ Mreet llicl t butntni; that nlRht. "Win-no- t ! accepted a contract foi the tern.' hne IlKhts when IU most nceil-td"n-re-t1 Ih .ome of our expert win? ghoti.. The subject cf Hev V. 8. Willi I lor next Bundny morning will hi Wiiv there are moio women than mil) In the t.uitrh" IZvtnlllR Filliject I hi Sotiit dec rill uliifHH of kin." p'mi niutl" mem uc mid nlulit. 'lunf'nv lie Is the home of two dlv t Riilslietl lnebnll rl'clK'r. who I ernril .0 note in America, ot.e Ir left paw the olhei a rlRlit and ! 1 twrl. end Uie would both be Klatl tcpi' v H- i- coming sttnson with iif 11 County Judge James P. LHley held quarterly court this week and pnssed Cicero Reynolds one of tLe best upon a number of cases, though a known lesldentK of Lincoln county, larrer number were continued I.e. cause litigants were not read." fnr nnd Miss Mary Hughes, a popular tflul, the end lovntlu lady of .McKlnney, went II. H Padgett was awarded j::n agnlnst t.nitcd In marriage at the home of Hie (Uimiigf tho Cincinnati Rroom on Lancaster street Wcdne.t-t'n- Soutliern rnllrixid Co.npnny for killoven'ns by County .Ptilet .lames ing three hoes at his home near War- Only n if Intimate nesbiirg. llrady won out In the. suit i' Milliy. w. II. ro pr. unt, ngaimt him brought by Marearot trlends of Hie giooin tho ceremony belns ipilefy pi rlo'iii-ed- . iTmfor, of Danville, for yio. .Mrs H. I! Wllllnms, of Highland and followed by tl.ei' coiinnitii-InllotiK- . suit Jro.-.- oxer to was clven Judgment hy In the Mer.Mr. Reynold Chicago brought apalnst her McKlnney In the morning after his cantile. Company for some goods, P lew of his being shown that Mrs. Williams rebride, nnd Invited hie friends to see tl.c knot tied In fused to accept the goods and had They will wake' their not taken them out of the depot. the evening. U. P New land was given Judgment home In the city. C. II. Kldd for V0 on mort This N He second matrimonial ngnlnst gage who 'tst ventute for Mr. IteJUold. Ir the suit nrslnit J K Ranks against K 11. liallard to settle the his IirM wife, by wnom be several children, sonic time .iao. For title in n farm, the dispute, being by liallard to l whether the farm sold many jearK Mr. Reynolds held contained 60 or 45 ncres, the poitlt'.ons In llio roiintj ; he n jury disagreed, standing to ' nvans anJ tht. host of n man rnends o: the couple will ..! ni'tn w-11 rni-wuPl-elaA ArCLL KNOWN CITIZEN OF STANFORD WEDS McKIN-NELADY. 7H'S tTl-- i Interior .lournri! Is takl.11: t.o part In the controversy over Iho In- - AGAIN DEFENDS ritients St the PrennlierHiille ehiireh HIS COMMUNITY diirJng n recent revival, sli.ipiv pufi. .1 . . .11 oy .l umsc iivuiiii, iiiiicics coiiiriiniieu who appear to be Interested It hai PREACHERSVILLE RESIDENT HAS A FEW MORE WORDS TO received several artlolex unsigned, or SAY REGARDING CER. signed by initials, which jj, will not .u , , ,n , TAIN INCIDENTS AT CHURCH. furnished It, not nccedsarlly 101 publlcnllon, but aa an evldctiw of Preiuiicrsvllle, Ky. I)e i gotd faith with the parer. We must lleing some What of an lnti.itlve kuow w, , ...on,.,,.!.. ,- - wh. wo -- ....ii.i, -- ,.lnnnn. reasoncr, It did not take us long to nr rive at a satlsfnctory conclusion as """ ' "' to the pcra6n.il indentlty of the writer who signed "M K " under the ro-article, headed "Vigorous Middleburg. of Rev. Thornton." Wo had thought that ve lived In a prcttr good comniuplty and Hint It would comparn tpeetlng on N'oieirber I'l.tli, favorably wlih nny in the state wncn At u ;v C 1 Clnunch, of Harrodsbuig, It came to moralltv fhrii and now. Never vns uninimously called to tho pan- again. Let but not so our us lutng heads In torale of tli(. Ilaptltt church here fhnmo' "M. B." tenrs thnt we have for hntt lime Rev. Clnunch has not tlin.iish prejudice, become biased (uxepti.'d yet hut It U understood that lis to tho true state cf our community. t,.. vvin. nd take un the work. Jan. Not In the- least Never before have ...... ,...', 11 ... nt De-fen- 1a, etery hnpplntsi. Slick Pavements Mr.ntf.omer,. has rigneil tl:i pasioralu of the Chris tutti cliuri.li nt Yosemlle nnd that church Is Without a pastor. Rev. (ino ilr county preached theni bart of .'"-'eP" "' - tl Former Lincolnite C.USE PAINFUL ACCIDENTS SEVERAL PEDESTRIANS TO lit ptopo-vitinn- , e " peillel. The members of Hit school IJohi.I elL nnd undoubtedly most of the leorie of the community M agree with thera, that Prof, Ireland Is inr too valuable a man 10 tn(. Stanford nubile school to low lor h lew dollar lie has undoubtedly given Stnn nubile ti.rd the mot siicce.iru nbool In the Mate and each tern. II. c proof ot bW efficiency und nfclil-tIk more clearly demonstrated, Th" beol now tins tro brgest enroll Oient In Its history and Is doing iti Ily hl inrvst successful work, and advanced methods. Prof Ireland haa made the Stanton! itchool probably the bent known public Institution In the sute outside of Him cIUet. In educational circles ho la coulc!ered one of the lend 4 rs In the Hate and the community and school In especially fortunate tnat he will continue here for Hi" i.ext two City Father. Alter Hire" weeks of i.uetul treat. n"iil by Pr Cnrl Whcriir at .1 .Mr. F. M. Yowe'l In enme nome ery greatly beitetited. MMs I.ttcv Alcorn has telurned trom 3 delUhtlul week's visit with l:t.r s'.slcr, .Mrs. ilill .');iMlr.'; In Iiok-r.li- )enr Sara CurUji ha reiurnol from ethn ten iI.i.ih' visit to A tin nil er points in tl e sunny -- on. The etanimntlnn of th . nJvtiiieeil lejcher Sunday whnol i'.w III the home of Crii Hlff-- f'ri.lay nt one P. M. The sinRlng anil Sunday school teachers meeting Friday vpv Ing at 7 P. at MIhs Uarwtts A nu:. acre tarm with 't nix roi in 2 tenant houeh, 2 tine bam cioi-- e to ftcliool nnd church aid In tine rommtinity and u rural nvue Prlif t.iKvl orihaiu and well en' ' ;."" ai.d a big bin gain. Call ! '.V. K. WtlltsmH and Co. uult:. AIh b-- at. M-. Il'llSlle. You know as well ns nnyone when vou need something to regulate you,r Brodhead. VMtem. If yoar bowels nre sluggish, you, jour kidneys sour dtntressos pall,, take MolliHter's Rocky Mountalr Haptlst Sunday school will give Tcji It always relleven. J5 cents, nu'Ihn entertainment consisting ot severlea or tablets at Shugarn and Tanner. al new and nice features on Xmr.s eve. W 1.. Mcllee and A. II. Furnish or ML Vernon hne. started u wholesale flour and teed -- torn ut that place ot the kind In tho wllch I the i Having decided to change my iiiunty. on, I nlll on Mr Andrew Sutton, of the ChestTnmSday, DeeeTibcr 15th, 1910, sick with nut Ridge v'elnit) Is to Iho highest bidder far(et rifer for leer Loeee. ol the Watt fee-lio-n . the following doi.'rilicil propertj Mr. John 7t hoail oX cuttle; 30 head ot 7iM) a I sick with symptoms nt yenrUngs. nnd H hnd of ioo ismttl to I.lt'O pound cuttle; 'l head of Iiorh It. (i. Wllmiit, insider of the Nep. iron 110 to UUl pounds, in hunclied to tim bonk Is at hpin, for n lew diiy. : nil. piircbufel Cond meat hogs; I KriciH and Charley Pike nr0 here five voir olihsnddle ware extra K'x'l-- Msitlng homn tolks nnd hunting onu venr old colt; pair extra good !ev. Chestnut of London preach-ePi hai.d mai'o mules; one pair i'" at thi Methodist church Sunday. tnaro mules: two good milk cows th.. bad weather lotio fiMh); 700 to hCU barrels ot the l.vot.s Luinler Co dimension corn, old on ground; kl bales of pun niih iuii iuii iiuit-- . ha) : mrnitng mipiemenis 01 an kuiub Hen Dillingham, of the MarelBburg wngonsj hay rake, mow- loctlon, hauled three wagon loads of 2 lurnl-turing machine; haniem; kitchen tobneco to Lexington Inst wek. We rd household furniture. have not heard what ho rciillzcJ on bills 110 nnd under 1 BUMS. All over $10. n negotiable 'saver I from this place attended casta In .hand, uu months note bearing J per cent tmntv court nt Mt. Vernon Monday nnd Tuesdny. lutemst from date of wl JOHN C. LYNN. N same dny nnd date Y W YOU MUST READ THIS IF YOU WANT THE BENEFIT. IU oiler for salu tarm now Iiurton occupied by me, consisting or '.'70 J W t.i eer, Greenwood, La., 8it 5M60 ucres, with good houso and lered with u severe case of lumbago iHilldins?, 1 stock and tobacco barn, TIiii pali.n werp so Intense I was well watered by a never tailing spring forced jo hypodermic InJecUons for well fenced nnd fences are In excel- relltr. These attacks started with a lent condition; 200 acres or thJ larra pain In II. a small of Hie back which Is It. blue Rrais nnd will grow hemp, tr.iduMI became fairly paraly.log, tobacco or anythlpg other rarnii In My attention was attracted to Foley' Kentucky will grow. Kidney Remedy and 1 am glad to say TMi (urn will b sold on eaay afgter using this wonderful medicine Y. W. I asi no longer bothered la any way tefm. rar prtkula write by mt old eaemy luatbe," BurtM, Woaamet. PUBLIC SALE! tirt vij ppce-moni- nib-bit- d iwo-hors- e n n of siibmlltlns the r,uestton ngulr In the rourse of a fcv weeks, which "representative of the community" seems In us to bo rall'er more fool on thn ouUlde drinking, knocking, ong net unity empty-laish (linn wise. It i.s plain to be me.. the doors etc.. nndarn-inthe buildtheir re otters that iHMtion will not carry, now it ing Wouldnt catch thc indeed It does. There ran n.i n.imber' and as to the emptying nround the building. It is good comn of aggraxatlus the matter simply ridiculous, absurd, preposter, unoiel t.,ectjon W0H,,, over-d- i .Miss Matth- - McDanJel correspond ous nnd only a maltrr of an awn imagination ' Tro fact Is ther,. L,'t for ""' t',!",- County News 111 were no shots tired In the church ri'tlng Hi,, marrlago of Mr J. t. Cottl- - yard, but only three or four shots nuil ter nnd Miss I.ula Adams some weeks that it ciiio distance Irom the since, pi.ts Mr. Coulter's age at C', church. A lew bad boys ato not to ot any vnlch ,!" ' Ul,nk x ",tl0 low' nni be tnken ns representatives uamtuutilty. We do not credit those I nut not on to his age exactly, but ns represenfailltr of utile older than trnt, and can remem tatives of our community. In fact her when quite n little boy belug sent some guilty of misconduct are said to back and on my be trom a neighboring community and " "'" "i"1 on oi an adjoining county. The let my "turn" fall on. Jim who at nil religious services here has who wns a joung man at that time been generally of the best, and very Uipenw alonK nnd for good order prevailed throughout the t lt ,ne- TU,lt was awa back ln hi' tecent meeting held by Jlev Thornton, executing the latter pnrt or the last early sixties, and though quite young service when an incidental collection rcmembi r rery distinctly the taken up by the minister seemed to 'l'sorvance. Jim u a jolly clever be mr.d more or a Jolllllcation time lellow, and he nnd .Mrs. by alt than was proper. A few weeks oft f prior to the meeting Just mentioned Coulter have gone to house keeping n meeting was held hero by in their splendid home one intie nbovo Rev. Cornelius, at the Ilaptlst church ,own- - and an5Pn, resulting ln (even additions. The serwlahInK t0 mSrtlK vices were attended oy large Nash and Day who are said to be abounded hospitality, and have the on some occasions the crowdscrowds SAFE GUARD were A SIMPLE expert tobacco strippers are kept bus,, best time of their lives, Just let them r.ot able to get seats, some having to FOR MOTHERS. by the farmers of this section ,.,n r,roun,i nti spcnil tl,c night wlih stand In thp aisles, tv windows, and Mack Wnll has the Arizona ferer. ,nun .Mrs. II. tillkion. :t2fi InRlcs Ave.. ln front of the doors and yet the order W. M. Powers Is on the sick list. Youngstowp, Ohio, gained wisdom hy was of the very best. Nice order here e The little son of James Hunch Is ly little girl had a experience, has been often complimented by minseriously 111 and not expected to retold and coughed almost isters. cover. Waynesburg My slter recommended "M. K." not being present at the An Infant of Mrs. Robert Oalnes Foley's doner and Tar The first lest night's services evidently had the dons 1 faxe her relieved the Inflam- wis burled nt the Ilaptlst cemetery Information second Nine handed. A. 15. Morgan our hustling merchant mation in her throat tnd alter using Saturday. miles from the scene of action is Mrs. Alonio Padgett has been 111 l having a new addition put to his ;uite a distance but the writer imly one bottle her throat and lungr several days. seen nil 'ir entlrel tree irom innammniion. forRom. to the wife of Heorge Wall tore. Tolbert Hurleson and .Miss Lenie eyes and heard this through borrowed through borrowed ears Cilice tlien I always keep a bottle or I ndgelt were married last week. ti girl. Rethel Marie. ot tho article claims to Foley's llcnijy and Tar In th,. house. M. H. Singleton Is doing a hustllnr The writer Will Alford of Lexington was here s by Accept no substitutes. Sold have known Preachers llle for 25 He Is traveling on the business his mill last week years and saya "truthtully but soranil Tanner. Iutorpntlon.il Correspondence School Mr. Fred Hooch rold ono of his Irow fully believe the community Is on I exington. nt a good price. fensus returns j;li Ibe f.opiiliitina of Misses Hutu Coffey and Nettle lurms country is getting tilled up the decline rather than Improving. Our Honestly kind friend have'nt you as S.ST'.'I'.'. a Hoglo were visiting Miss Maude with strangers. ol th, Slate of There aro more bird hunters around known lt somewhat longer? Refresh .ft. mitn ot .(,& per Ilrown. your memory and recall ir you can here than birds. that troop or young desperados who Hulan Carrier and wile spent SunMr. Jim Wilson has been very sick wore riding A WOMAN'S GREAT IOEA. day with Mrs. William Wade of Mew out the pikes, shooting disis some neiter. ,.. turbing the peace nnd ln other ways .. ... . 1, I how to mnke berneir attractive. Hut sai.-n- i nuisance so mo tiorTbody come ana making themselves without health. It Is hard lor her to Walter O'Donr Is at home alter quite ,topturchuwU 2.1 veirs ago. Po the) compnre at be lovely In I nee. form or temper. A n stay in Tennessee, bntg yo'it bible and take part. Ira Uoutmt, of Georgetown spent oui bad weak, sickly woman will be tienous Mr. John Looch has done some nlct ail with our bail bo boys who are In a hopeless minority .....i ir.Lt.li!. l'ontliiatlnn mid Kid- - Sunday Vwith homefblks, Improvciuent work on his farm. C. Leach of Ix'xlnston Mrs. rey poisons show In pimples, blotches It. Y. Hall.ud has built n new house f.nd only ol a 22 calibre nt truU to her homo Saturday after on his fnun. (luess to Is going to "M. K." has n perfect right to know sMit eruptions nnu n wreicnvii vum- - (pending night with relatives here. this community well having been a pIxl-'farm on a large scale. Hut Klectnc timers always Is with her Miss Margaret Alo Caldwell Is going to lmlUl on neuiber oi th,, church here less than j.tove a gmlsend to women wt'o want sister, Mrs. A. O. Ronton Dunlnp. (heir fiiim ut the Old Jack Spring. tcji years npo now Is often henrd to lienltli, beautv nnd friends. They Miss Cloreatcr Padgett returned to Wo will be glad to have hint come tigret not being here now Slomai h, L'ver und kidneys, per nome luesuay alter a snort vistt up on the hill. The letter trom the cashier of tho mil pilllfy the blood; glvo slrong nerMr. M. II. Mitchell's little boy has llonaker, Yn., bank Is very good as ves, bright eyes, pare breath, smooth to relatives here. complexion, good hot well. It. Mitchell the monument l.ir as It goes. Hut why a letter trom eivetv skin, lou-lman is at McKlnney this week help- n bank? Why not a letter from -I ealth. Try them 50 cents at Penny's Gilberts Creek. Ilaptlst church? Letters from hairs ing Harry Jacob;) out with his work. Urug Sloie. t.re the very thing in business affaJr pnn nke to have, Tl-letter whldh MARVELOUS DISCOVERIES Tho Initiative, N'eenduui and e.ur friend Insetted gives Rev ThornRedman has im.ru d air. weie adopted by tre Arizona s recommendation ns to 0111 n business trip to Souorn murk the wonderful progress of the ton a Convopt'iit . his . nee . Air incniH on nonvv maciiiues In financial nnd spiritual standing. mi... ,...m. t. ....- . ...i leiuril-- ll it...., ..:..... ".... .ttriituiu ...,;' - - - nllhor ren..et Tint ...... n. mln!. rtlll . ........ ii., . ..- ....,..-- ., i ttllliwill homo alter spending a lew days a . , nu,n a'ml that won ter might come to us. sent by the TAKE CAREI l0 OanvHli. I)r Klnr.'s New ills- - King ot Great Britain bearing letters t.r t Wonders l.umemhor that when your kidneys-arMr. Richard Rurnslile of Linrnater to save life when threaten- - from the bank of Kugland, and when Mfccted. your life le In danger. ,M, Mayer, Rochester, N. Y., says' passed through on 11:03 train Friday, ed by coughs, coins, lit grippe, asth- - ho had oi rived, with all his passports, ma- - croup, hemorrhages would ho be any less n stranger? brouctiitU, "M trouble started wltn u aharp Mrs. John Traylor mid daugliter fever and whooping cough or lung We had never doubted his standing cl.nnllnir nnln 0er HIV back WhlCh Willla spent a few days at trab Orch ,roub,. We wish to assure our misguided nii bronchial ntlectlonsl grew worse daily I felt sluggish and daughter .Mrs. Ivon Fish. R hits no equal. It relieves Instantly, friend, "M. K." that the good people tiled uiy kidney tenon was trreguuir nrd with her Mrs. J. K. Ruck spent Sunday with It the surost cure James M. lllack id this place win not be intiuencea oy nnd Irfrequer.t. I started using Foley's Ashqville N. It. It. No. . writes any prejudiced writer, join truly not nt Stnnfoid Knch dose Buemed to Kianey Pills. ...nnJ'l cured him ot an obstinate congtt accepted, but will agree w lth "M. K." put riore lile ami strnngtli Into me Moser Is gating ,ter a 0,ner rlneU,,M ,Ult.d, SV(! m everv particular. and now I am completely cured and nnd l. A trial bottle tree lluarati - l tuaing oonina nouiing 1 am very reel better anl stronger than for years. Mr. Leo Holtclaw made a business leeil by Penny's Diug Store. I 11 I III 1 Worse than the alarm ot fire at Hip to I.ancnter. Preachers vl He, Ky. FOR RENT OR SALE! night U the metallic cough of croup, cx Your correspondent has been GET THE GENUINE ALWAYS bringing dread to the household. Care fn9 dMvmiil dftvit allfreilni! ullh a A substitute Is a dungerous make- xAH,..lnl Uu ..1aaa a K,II(A.A.-4I- I tul mothers keep Foley's Hooey and VAVTp I :rt eapeclolly In medicine. "."; 7 Z bad cold. The Tar In the, hose and give It at the In" M 'or Noneia. Hutchison spent Sun first sign ot danger. It contain no 'V1 2"lc'y day with Mr. ana Mm. Rruce DaugU So - acre UDncco bam on R. opifcte. ? Accept bo subttl. ertjr. B. E. OWBtfe-Y- . xutt. - With pavenents coaled with snot CHANGES HIS DASE FROM TAMPA rnd lee, a number of pedestrians who NICHOLASVILLE. nre getting me not too heavy falls, nnd sometimes with more pa I In. THbuini (Ian. or le.s .Innyerous results . Joe T. Cmbry, sustained a bad fnll Resident of Tampa since Sep.iu-lerPM'fi, nnd with the American Llle on n slick sidewalk Saturday night nenr Irncttirlng his knee Insiuunce Compnny for lour vears and mine Is laid up at his home. cap He mil tlree months out of which period K.I Wilkinson also sustained a se. vere fall last week nnd noarlv broke he wns manager of the Industrial lot Hire,, .'ears and eight one of his ankles. He Is llkewieto his heme nursing his Inmonth. R l MoKefhnle Unnes to-- tontlnid Juries Nash Hie. light for Mr McKeihnl" oos Willi the Inde Pleasant Point LIU- Iiisiiiiiiicc Companj as .1 Inline ofilie MiporMsor The now com pain it out' ot tLe btitt known openit Rev. Singleton delivered an excel- lug 111 Tcnnessev, nnd the change U'lU ,nHOU l.iUl"H .iimivii mu i inonnc moie ruinry and n promotion Sunday evening Irfind buyers arr plentiful in thk for him. Florid- - and Amerlcah section. When the J. M Puwcese who purchased a I !! Insurance Companlis merged. U larm from R. K. Horton Is preparing Inm u,r- - n l.in.1a.ni. ratflnnr-w.ib dcoideil to do away with th.. M Krancl bought of James Killott ami Mr- - McKech-1.Idustrial department imnietllately decided to contlnu" a iow for I'Jti. K. Harmon sold a good milk iow l.i ipotlier field the work he hnr so tr Marlon Douglas. n t?tnnaAis hnvin.- - hln untk' mill In Tampa. nlily pursued to Nicholas- lie lemes lor the sceno ot Us new 1noed"fion! accompanied by Mrs llle duties Hulan Carrier sold his saw mill to VcKeclMile, ho goes with him as far his brother. Green Price prh-atMore-Rev Peterson sold his tarm of ten as Chattanooga, and then to ml, Ky.. for the Chr'slmas holidays. ncres to Robert ODear for 112.'. Pos session was given at once. Mr. .McKeehnie came to Tampa from William Carroll has erected a nice Stnnford. Ky.. and in the time ot his nnd '8 nW ,mrrVln5 htS made many frlnds dwIllM residence ho has n. P. Alford and Franklin Mitchell In both a buslneis and social wa tract of land are. clearing a will wish him well lu his Tonnee tor Dr. C M. Thompson. who no home. Btr'PrlnK ,0baCC sure-roote- Sandny ailernoon. Tin bad weather has hindered the on th0 bridge at tho Kllloft Ford between I ere and Yosemlte, for week or mon A veto was taken Sunday op the pniueu scium.i uuihi tpiesuuu nnu rt.-miIH.iI In the dofent of the proposl- T, , ,rl,.,llls of ,1(. proposition 0I elMineied enil in the game- - and ild but Hill,, to cany It while, the opposition worked unceasing y to v.i-r- .,., ,)0anl ()f .,,. ,,., been accused of being so as to look at only on,, side of be question, regardless ot the nerlt or demerits or Hie other. What we like Is fair play and every body to pet a square deal. Any pre judice In that? The writer or tiu-mm article says that 'on tne ot the meeting there wete some doz-reiTeseiiUithes of the community w l.o gathered on the outside or tho church, drinking, knocking on the loors, windows and ddes or tho building nuil actually emptying thoir We around the building." did not, do not. and will not deny the tact thnt we had. still have, and will some bae Where bad boys In athe communicommunity, Is there ty. tiik" the state over II you will, that doe. nut haw- - some bad boys? That community. Hat has no bad boys, would hudly be round this side of the pearly gates. We ennnot believe there we'ic anything like a dozen Incon-siderr1 iai eer l" ,cl d. 0 11 f tlNr-J.'.'.l- ce "re con-d.i- h t.n 1 e cIrT"r may-hav- e Shu-gar- 1 ,,. .,. 11 lo-di'-j, a re-ul- te re-m- il 1 first-clas- iiiui 1 j"". ..--- L Lti KMl-VCU- ;"',' m "" S' S T dav : i''j. k,i- - .' ..i.U -- j '0? 1 3i&rrR"fTWp-'r-'- ' " i jpfc a. 'ST ? . :1 rIA,- - - THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. nmUY, 1WCCKMHKH 'Jib, J!M0 FOOD FOR A YEAR Meal Milk The i Interior Journal Established 1872. Cs Vrgttsbkt Boiler 240 qts. 100 ft. 27 dot. 500 It. 3MB. HELTON VERY SAUFLEY TUESDAY AND Publisher FIUCAY For Circuit Judge bail. , The Interior Journal la authorized John T. Ilarnette, onrpenter I to announce Charles A. Hardin na n street Stanford, Ky., says cnndldnto for Circuit JiiiIro ol the iifil a great number of kldnev rtui.. ilyn In the pnl three vetrs and rim Thirteenth Judicial dlstrlRt, nt tho that Donns Kidney nil brxncht The new governor ot California bus election to be held November, 1111, aubject to tho action of tho Demo- - dtvlarod ncalnt an Innugurnl ball, me ihp Nmt relief My work obliges me to do heavy ood hntd .t (lines .mil till lifting nnd stoops mid In this ho Jlpln: weakened mv kid fonp. The Innuniral ball at Fnrk-for- t nevs. I suflered from u pain ariosi Mativ of the parcr aro speculating i he small of my generally sra tie mt n lnrk that often be. upon the rcasors for Kentucky' In the world, and should came no lnten0 I as unable to do small Intrenro In population during and mix-upnnythlnc. I wa feollnc mlserablo tho pnit ten years lompared with be done nwny with. Cnllforiihi'n exe when 1 learned of Donn's Kidney I'llln ami Jhey were recommended so high. most of tho southern state", the In- cutive instead will hold a public ly thnl 1 procured a xtmnh' nt Hhiimm to which tho famerg and s.C equals in nourishing proper-ti- e crease being only to per cent. Several Tanners Drug Store. Thl retne-lgenerally are Invited to cocii- - In nnd gnu the tax conditions huv,, ascribed It almost Instant relief tea pounds of meat laxity ot law enforcement and other their oernlH ir they wish, and tho mni reason, gladly recommendnndIt for bedecked nnd bedlkcd "staff which h'or sale bv all dealers. Price i.Oc Instinct things, bat Your physician can tell you wnich nnlmatenthethe nomadic seems to probably never sraellcd po;d"r nave Foster .Mllburn to. liiirrnin people ioik, us to bo the renl cause. Kentucky Ion a woman's cheek, will bo relo- - States sole agents for tho I'nlted how it does it. gated to seats In the rear. was pettled in tho first place by those llemember the name Doan's and FOR 81LF. BY ALL DntKJOrSTS hardy pioneers who were Impelled by take no other. line of the west to cross tho moun. X of holding a state prl Tn,.re )s Smi 11V., mm. r( sal tkl. til. for our Virginia, nnd tl.la spirit niary t0 seleJl ,ne ,em0(.r,u,, ,..,,. FOR SALfcl Bank aM CMM't EkHchltoi k. ti.ln. from tvastlral ftatlno Each bank contain, a Good Lack Prnnr. has "Imply descended to tho present (ln(M for c,nco nnj nt thc same A No. hanging Fork farm or 3GL' Kcntucklans Ime thick- - tlme nominate tho popular choli-- for SCOTT & BOWNE. 409 Pearl St. New York generation. well ly settled In nearly all of thc western rnitni Ktnt m.,.,n.i acies, miles Improved nnd well watersmmtnr in ed, ti from Danville. Ijincnster Mates, nnd more ore lcavlnc constant. i.aynter. A primary la tho fnlreit ami htanrord on DanMlle nnd I.an KEPT THE KING AT HOME liy many to find conditions In tho 1 nf lnnklnr n nomliinllnn nno easier tumplko, mllo from "ror tho past year w,. have kept the ,:' ltcnco m,lch harder than , goonor tne jiroct ,,rimary of churches good school, store nnd black' King of all laxatives Dr. King's New r,B,,t ,or unlth shop, rural rout runs bv door I.lfo Pills- - Inour home and they have tney leu at nomo. nut sun iney ", nominations it uln.ited the let'or Dwelling of 6 rooms nnd two commo provca n messing to nu our family," go, and it l.i a hnrd ngrt tor tncro tno gtn( It li suggest"' tout Hither dious porches comparatively new, 1 wrues AiainuiKa, 01 nuiiaio w.'vtio stay to keep the balance even or nft-'- Uiu p'inn y a ronwn-tlt- largo barn two tobacco bi'rns other oe'io Y. Kasy. but sure remedy for nil ,, li o bclMc already like fie Irank. could be iv'il li aditp- - a plat- necessary oi.tbulldlngs, nil In good (tomnrh llvor nnd kidnnv rn..hir.a Kentucky's resources form upon which tho deiiioeiacy of Only 25 cents at Penny's Drug Store, fort News, that For lurther Information nnp'v to th state ecu it ir iwfv'e H'O fnplo lleo, f llrlghl, Agent, Stanford, Ky wltT its noiiiircej Tills ail iiinJs line th,. right Mulf to us. How-bind- This represents a fair ration for a man for a year. But some people eat and cat and grow thinner. This means a defective digestion and unsuitable food. A large size bottle of POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS opportunity to heme seekers rnd breid winner hate not been properly ndert!eil to tho world, elae tho rate or Incre.tio in pcpulntloii voult hnve been larger. In other word there hna been too much knocl' tng nnl not enough boosting should adopt n n stale motto the alognn "Roost, Don't Knock," nnd wncn every ICentvcklan becomes the booster for hi home atulc that tnr citizen of tho western tete lire the old coumonwealth will go mr- aril bv leaps and bounds. nnd Ken-liirl-- y REAPING FroTi The BENEFIT of Experience People. Stanford We .wo fortunate Indeed to bo able to proilt by tho experience of our neighbors The public utterance ol Stanford on the following Mibjc-e- t will Interest and benefit thou Hind of our readers. Itend thin statement No better proof can be Presents Presents Most people are happiest when they are giving and this is the Season for Presents. We offer you a Large, Use ful and BEAUTIFUL STOCK to select from. Silk Handkerchiefs, 50c, Silk Sox in beautiful colors, 50c and $1, Silk Scott's Emulsion s i, cltl-n'-n- n f!r e 1 uit-th- r r EATS WHAT HE LIKES Suspenders $1 to $2.50, Phoenix mufflers, 50c and $1, Cuff Buttons 25c to .w $1.50, Scarf Pins, 50c to $3.50, Ladies Silk Umbrellas, almost too pretty to use $2.50, $5, $7.50, $10, 12.50 and $15 each. Men's Silk Umbrellas, 3.50 to $10. Leather Suit Cases, $5 to 15, Hand Bags $5 to 12.50, Kid Gloves, $1 to 2, Work Gloves, 25c to 1.50; nice hat, $1 to 3.50, Stetson hats $3.50 4, and $5. Look at our beautiful windows and you are sure to bny. y ' all know tho value of pepsin ceptional laxative Ingredlenta and you hare a truly wonderful remedy. Mr. T. W. Worthy of Forsythe. Oa., ot to tho point where he could not even eat or digest vegetables and after many years of seeking he found the cure In Dr. Syrup Pepsin. Mr. Rudy Xasner of Mollne, III., was In the same bad predicament with his stomach, took 8yrup Pepsin and Is now cured. Hundreds of others would gladly testify. It Is a guaranteed cure for Indigestion, In Indlreatlon. and add to this some exCald-weira expected, tlw mnjoiltt, report of the congrchJlunnl ItiWHii-w-tlocommittee, completely ' Secretary (I tin Intel lor It will b welcome news to dyspeptics constipation, bllloutner. headaches, gat to learn of a remedy that, in the opinion on the stomach and similar complaints Dallluger when It was presented to A bottle can be had at any drug store of Uiouunds, li an absolute cure for Public oplelnn and all formi of stomach trou- for fifty cents or a dollar, but It you wir Congress this wok. At ble, and, better still. It 'Is guaranteed to to make a test of it first send your ad- ot ilallingerlsm as expressed on Nov, suppl and do o. The remedy Is Dr. Caldwell's dress to Dr. Caldwell rent he will to youi Ui. did not contain so nan !i kalso-ttjiua free sample bottle, direct Syrup Pepsin. address. You will soon admit that yoi , Wo pure An was white-wah-il" AFTER TAKING FREE SAMPLE GET YOUR GUN WHILE YOU CAN H. J. McRoberts. Thtsi Ridiculously Ltw FREEa 50c Jar.of have found something to replace salts cathartics, breath perfumes and othet temporary reliefs. Syrup Pepsin will curt you permanently. Dr. Caldwell does not feel that th purchase of his remedy ends Ills obll- specialized ration. He has diseases forin stomach over bowel years and will bo pleased to givefort thc any advlca on the subject fre reader of charge. All are welcome to writ him. Whether for the medical advice or the free sample address him Dr W. n. Caldwell, Caldwell building Uontlcello. 111. Pricts Is always An honest confession good for the soul. Col. Roosevelt declares that he will tell In a speech December the 13th Just what caused tho political upheaval November Mil. Regardless of Cost They Go For Cash to Close Out Palmolive Cream We hnve a jar of Ihe famous Pulniolivc It rc e Make your home as modern for your family as a ice, residence, and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time. This cau be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors cau get for a eum that is small compared with the benefits received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to leadquartera, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Far-meLina" rate. If you are not nt present enjoying telephone service, we A DREADFUL WOUND. can in meJiately iuterest you. Our liuen cover the States of Kentucky, TenneiBee, Mississippi, Louisiana and thc Southern iwrtion of Indiana and from n Knife, gun, tin can, rusty nail Illinois. EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. llrewcrks or any other nature, demands prompt trentment with UNCOKWlHATKnl Arnica Salve to prevent blood poison or gangrene It's the quickest surest healer lor all such wounds ns blso for burns, bolls, sores, eruptions eczema, chapped hands corns or Plies 25 cents at Penny's Drug Store. Hue-len- 's MR FARMER: rUtAL TELEPHONES. THE FOLLOWINQ IS YOUR LAST Mw. Marl: Uakc-- Glover KJdy, the AND BEST OPPORTUNITY: dlsxneter and founder of Christian Science passed away last Saturday night at her home In lloaton. In her Single Gun J 5.2S $ 3.75 No nhv&icmns ntrcnaen intii v,.:ir Single Gun 6.50 4.75 Mre. Kdav In her Inst illness, although she bad thc assistance of ttovorai 11.00 Double Gun 13.50 ntudentb who comprised her house17.00 Double Gun 16.00 saw her hold. A medical examiner body a few hours aftciVher oeatn ana 16.50 Dcoble Gun 20.00 sslngi swaj duo to cxolained her 12.00 Double Gun 16.00 "mil uial cauKesr Double Double Double Double Double Double Doubel Gun Gun Gun Gun Gun Gun Gun 30.00 13.50 12.50 13.50 18.50 15.00 18.50 24 50 10.75 9.75 11.00 14.75 11.75 15.25 Cream for you. won't cost you n Bring I his coupon Io our store nnd Ao as the ad direct. We will then give ou absolutely free a full sire jar ol Palmolive Cream which wc ordinarily sell for r "! I cent. Cut the coupon from the Nov, is sues ol VJOOU House keeping. Pacific Monlhly.Re J Book, Woman's Home Companion, Ladies' World, Uncle Remus' Magazine. Dcc.issuesof People's Home Journal, Delineator, Designer, New Idea, Blue Book, Green Book. Nov. 10th Collier's Weekly. Nov. 5lh Saturday Evening Post. Nov. Cth Illustrated Sunday Mocnrine nnd Associated Sunday Magazine. 50c cash. You'll find this cream thc most delightful thing of its kind ever niadr. . It's en lirely new and has all the quality of Palmolive ooap, tnc ijuccn of all toilet soaps. Look in the magazines for tho Bring it Id this storcj coupon. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. STATE BANK & TRUST CO., STANFORD, KY. GEORGE BOOST FOR LINCOLN MAN H. FARRIS. Stanord, Ky. U ft'3i? ; wv V- .t t '.t i.t iu . . wwwW O 5 fi i0ft CAPITAL STOCK $50,000 Officers: President Vice Presidents W. L. McCarty. C. L. Penny, J. S. Rice, J. D. Eads J. W. Hutcheson C. Hays Foster The Atlanta Constitution In a recent Msue said: I. II Baughman, of Stanford, Ky., and a raker of high grade mules has luoted to Atlanta In order to mnrkct here the mules raised on hl8 1,000-a- t re stock larm In Kentucky. .Mr Baughman has won much ro- nuH'n in tho breeding of hlghgrndK, mules. I i 4 v7if5 -- o Thanksgiving Eatables f Ills entries have won llio laigesl number of blue rlbbona awarded by1 tho Kentucky and Tennessco fairs, I and shows. For the past three vears he has prar tlcally made n clean sweep of the first WE CORDIALLY SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. lTlies offered In theie states. Mr Baughman will bo located at tho Miller Union Stock Yards. He has on hand already a number or pairs ot ttam mules, and has In transit a ship A MODERN 8ANITARY TOILET .Mr llauch- ment of la intends spending the summer on ive. a disease and discomfort preventIt eliminate all annoying odors, his Inrms In Stanford, and the rest germs. Let us of his time In Atlanta marketing excludes ftl 1se STANFORD, KENTUCKY remove that m3 style trap affair and his stock. He considers Atlanta an ORGANIZED IN 1882. excellent mule market, and believes replace It with a toilet that Is as orCAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. that It will soon become the largest namental as It Is convenient and in the country instead ot ranking healh preserving. The ooat will not SURPLUS EARNED, $22,000. be much. It shouldn't be considered HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS. $216,500 Eocond. when tho healh of your family may Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modem Safety U'a mighty cold driving now. See be involved. Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. our fine line of lap robe, storm We Solicit Your Account. W. K. WARNER, fronts, carriage heaters and roal. J. Stanford, Ky. fhon 1M. U. McClary. DIRECTOR. OFFICER. F. Reld., wmur J. H. Baughman, Fill J, S. Hocker. President; M D. Elmore, .1. M. Petlus, ' S. T.IHarris, H, C. Banghman, ) F Cummins, H. C. Baugbinan, Cashier. My new fall and winter samples aro no. C. Robinson, S. T. Harris. II women is stronf and beslthy In a womanly wy, mothTl W. W. Saunders, Ind. Bookkeeper EfcC Walton, now ready for yoor inspection. They erhood means to her but little suffering'. The trouble lies S. Hocker. J. J. It. Harris, Bookkeeper la the fact that the many women suffer from weakness and comprise the bet on the uiarkeL 1 W.H Murffty disease of the distinctly feminine organism and are unfitted can suit any oue a to price who has lor motherhood. This can be remedied. his clothes made to order. A suit Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription made to your measure Is preferable to ready made clothes. To have Cures Ihe weaknesses anil disorders of womea. Kentucky. them made to measure doesn't eost Of acta directly oa the delicate and important It any more than ready m4 when organs concerned ia faoLbcrbood, making tbesa $ "0,000.00 CAPITAL bealtby. strong, viiorous. virile and eUstio. quality and fit t iin:er J. Com $ 5U,UO0.UU ee SURPLeXlS" In tad W. m nmt Mutr. "Favorite Prescription" banishes the indispositions of the tjlvlUUUiUU ! RESOURCES period of expectancy and makes baby's advent easy and W. M. BRIGHT. CASHIER, PRESIDENT' H. C lijisy. ta jpneueai Tailor.! S, H. SHANKS. almost painless. It Quickens and vitalises the feminine ASST. CASH organs, and insure a bealtby and robust baby. Thousands of women hare J. . PAXTON. VICEgtjjj testiied to its marvelous merits. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES DrTTOTO It AUkes Wek SJck Wemtm WtU. H Mm SOvmf. Everything for Orchard Lawn S H. Shanks Stanford; W. O. Walker, Stanford; Honest drugfiitt do not offer substitute, and urge them upon you as "Just W. II. Trnnor tili0-;riCreek, 3. B. Paxtrn SU'if l; and Qar"en, as good." Accept no secret nostrum la place of itis remedy. It JL L. Hubble Lapcoter; Ueo. W .Carter Stanford; coatalas not vV'rlU for ftec CaUlefue. N. drop of alcohol and aot grabs of BaMMormlaf or injurious .Sfcivikj StMlerd; W. II e)ra4s. la a pur flyeerio extract of healing, attJv American roots. A. T l.Nunue'.l'.v Hianford; H. f. HIU.ENMKYIN A SON W. II. Cie-suiu-s PrcBerr!lie; Ltlbura Oocb Gilberts Creek. Cashier Assistant Cashier FIRST NATIONAL BANK, s. Heinz Preserves, Apple Butter J 0 Etc. Beach s nut marmalade, Jelly O ft Peanut Butter Etc. O 5 Stone Black, White MephistoeS and Creole Cakes: Apples, Ban- anas, Oranges, Cranberries, Cel- Jery, etc. w. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Kentucky. 41 000OQO im $ T t. Strong Healthy Women &0$ suitiim ICONCRETING W are In position to do all kinds of "ock Work. CIk Lincoln county national Bank Stanford, work and and oarprloes before you buy yoor material illleV.t. at uifcU-rlal- 5S,n?i,wS.,.o,""?0 promptly ana . can make any cuarant iLlI P0"- - We cli nr.t-olas- siTve s a PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. CUT FLtWCRS FOB SALE! Bete'STER, Va t1iii,,,,fli?1,,JC0, a ?ot1?,'..,tao for ruaereJ fur ,.fa.'P,UaJ",,buwthth best, m of w,?,LIh,nlfcwr.Plaasnort Sowws. oa ajjC tl AU 1. C. RsaWti jiBWr; .,),, CMRJWMis0(i(H)am. g-- i yitM ??$ tMKtelty wreaths uui. anoTe, ofI hav all yyali c-- ,ss M reaaeoakt " , LmUmmmmmmmmV mt! mmtmmmmmTV .A.Eml. tL.-tmiiM-iiSi- fi .jj4kk:.. .ijsfcj 'ttMtn. - ,- Oe" KHIUAV, bth, 1910 THK STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. PAUE rH - Unas Handkerchiefs - lnilldlntr on Main nlreet Stanford, Ky., There is nothing that covers the gift ques (I. HlnRloton, December 10 hi !. 8iiprtntendent. tion as do Handkerchiefs. They are demand You mint good, C'hrlMmns anndy, uts nnd fruits nt low price. S0J out ed by people of any age, and fill a spot that is yon buy. llohon .liiK stock before TamrMI ' in everyone's wardrobe. usually empty lnko your wire happy Ninas with oin of our nice lurnltitr,, ctt. J. Handkerchiefs as gifts are in good taste and lltnrloy are usually appreciated. We have put forth .Merchant Jht remember that the Interior Journul Is rrod by poonln lvir u week U ou )utvi any. an extra effort this time to have every quality thin? tosay to thrm nbout Christinas goods, you ran flu so In no surer or and such a variety and quantity as will meet certain way. The Absolutely Pure mor,.criers Mnroln like nInterior your approval. We show everything new Thm only baking powder foinb and cndt hundreds of papers ocry Cnrrnrd, llolo, Hoen from 3c to $2. They are the Pulliam "Bird made from Royal Oramm cnstle, Issue Intoand lulitRt cnuntton. Cnsei, Ormam of Tartar oid to the wlce is sufllrlPtit. Brcod," New York. ritllum.lULtmt Phisshafs You know well an anyon0 when 1 f Our atom will ope nevery nlRht until nine o'clock until further notice. Cummins ft Wrnren Kresh supply ot tnut Rood Hm coal It. centa delivered. W. & & B. II. Dcnham, 3 Tc!i"hcr nipotinp m the College Al. The Judge's Advice On A Mew Necktie Vy I &AKlHS I fc Co- - .Mr. POWDER lfi.OU'J lour-ii.- d d , hm 10 rfoz children' white fancy bordnr hemstitched , 3 for 10: A 10 dot Ladiei' plain white hemttltetied Uce edge , ... 5 10 doz ladles 10 doz 10 doz 10 doz b do . .,,.. .. 5c Ladle' white cot b.ir. .5: 10s 15c each 6 for 7oc Miinetliinc: to leRtil.ito youronr ooneis are rhikkixii II ed m tho llu'f.ilo fcnitlp' art.r oiir food dlsiroci"en you, your kio hoeky short services p (he &i.ue He wnn iieyn niin, Hike llollimer'H It nlwajH relieves. Ten .15 years of OKr . tict In unmM iy n Mountain .' eentu, tefl Of t.lbletR. wife nml H'Veni children joii fjmein. - "I once knew a per- fectly satisfied man' Ladles' all linen initial 'I lie nki'isi lown t Laiei' Ladle' Plain H all linen initial with embroidery all linen hand embroidered S. Hc corner Cluny lace tendance Is desired. V. V. lllckle, ow clothes Mill be satisfactorily fcecretnry. .50 and 25c linen ii cleaned nnd proved If lelt at Wilkin-m)u'barber shop. It. Walter illlliuni Monilnr. December 2fi, nnd Monday We ihow a hundred dllftrert pattern at lhl price Proprietor. .laiiunry, 2d, the postorilce here will ..5c Sunday hours on account of , oIweri 10 rloz Men' fancy bo(der H. S You uil want to send ont Hlnto-miit- ( biistm and .Vow Year's days com-n- flmt tinof the ytar. I.t the .10s on Sundays. , 10 rlsz Men' plain H. S d. our bill bend I. J. piltit We ftfod tvoik at lowest prices. .16 !"1C doz Men' plain linen H. S. rm f tilth 'I h City (Vwinrll has antboiUed H..- - ( bier or i'ollee to appoint six FOR XMAS CANDIES .15c 25 doz Men plain linen Initial extra good !' f .Imi during Chilsttnas to prevent go to liie ue nt flix'works of all kinds. 25c NEWLAND'S. , . 15 doz Men' plain linen H. S. fine cambric Nfiliiw Is hereby ghen that the law II I). Cat-Ivilli be strictly enforced i(ir' For Sale 10 sharea of llustonvillo 10 doz Men' real fine linen cambric . I Chl'f of Police. National Hank stock. Apply at this 5 and 7c Special boei for pacxlng Chntm. handkerchief Christmas buyers are all looking for office. barenlns which will brt announced b Ais act our line of towel, linen.. rcarf. auto carf, neckwear, muf- 1. J's Chr'stmas Just the UunK tor Christmas Rllts the merchants In the Issue next Friday, tie lt.th. (let .. Tiers. llk hoe, etc Ueorjto II. Karrlb'. fhnt china nt buiy. h ti S2--- 25 doz madeira embroidered edce. pore Tim l.lrcoln County .Medlml Socielint, of china ware In ty will meet at th., St Asuph Hotel deoru" II Karris' next Tuesday at 10 o'clock. Dr. K. .1 limn n Mill reail a paper on a l'loa for a More Accurite Dlasnosln nnd FRESH CANDIE3 Dr. IMivnrd Alcorn on IlheumntlAni. at Tio iinnital election of otllcers will NEWLAND'S. bo lwld at this meetlnK and n full at- i. said the judge, "but J don't know where. To gel your full share of satisfaction would I di-ro- ct You to CUMMINS WEAREX. Bo sine to inspect that immense line of Neckwear that1 thcY have just opened and ask & ' for that latest fad: "STUDIES IN GOLD." SEVERANCE & SON, STANFORD, 76 - - KENTUCKY. 4 writes: Tbls c.is year for OKianoma tanners, uoi- ion is 15 conU, corn CO cents hogs un iih 9 cents. 11 is ory unu II has'nt rained for six weeks. Wish-Iall my old Kentucky friends happy Xma. Mr. W A Reynolds treasurer of the Junction City Lumber Company was here Thursday on business. Stark Pish, who has made his t Corbln, ttnee lliing hr(i, has gnuo to Hot Sprinf s for a short visit Mr. OrrrTy Wht and little' Hpeclal fountain pens for school use inonllrt with her parents. Her fatlier cents, 11 and $l.r5 at Penny's Urus Is In a very low slate of healtn II. Jones has been ronflned He" Store. to his home with grip fur several days I'll.- - ladles' Aid Society of the Christian church will meet nt th,. church PERSONALS. S.ituidny uttvrnoon at 2 o'clock. A L. full attendance Is desired. .Mrs. Jewo Trajlor has returned The ladles ot Uie Presbyterian n h"it islt tc Pail from church will liavo theli baznar in the Kngteman Is the olllce of the Kureka Portrait Com-lan'.Miss Sue Taylor on Ijincnster street Saturday, gueu or friends In Knoxvllle. All kinds of nice all day Mrs V. H. Hlce, or IX)ullllt has hiKtlnK will lie on sale. thliiKH Yeager. been tho Rtiest of .Mrs. Suo .Mlfs Lottlu Carton spent a few dnys KENTUCKY GIRL IN WEST this wiek with Ijincftster friends. Wash., HUH from the I)aietiort .MlfS Mplm TrnylOi has returned Times wlil be of Interest to the munv homo after a pleasant ilsit to friend friends of Mrs. Leete in Lincoln. In Lexington nnd Pat Is. I'hHre slio Is pl08aiitlj remembered Miss Nell Hourne. or I nncastcr Is as Miss Margaret Lningnton- t.er. for a few days with her slstei Mr and Mrs. ClauiU C Unite en Mrs. W. K Warner. his co .orken. or tho and .Mrs. Kdlth AldrldRo and handsome terlalned little son II. I. who bine been In iloi's oirtee at a bountitul Thanks Denver Colorado. Is spending sevrnl Klilng dinner at their pleasant homo dnys with Mr. and Mrs. II I). Al 'I hose pret-:i- l were: J. W llrlslann, drldfce. working auditor; ('. 14. M. Sanderson, chler K K. Oreun who hnn been liepulj; C C Leete. Clerk, of the nl tho plumbing business In Indiana board of county commlssloiuus; ug Ho says und Illinois, Is back home list Witt, cashier and rccmdlnfs thcro Is no place Ilk" Kentuiky Margaret UrUlawn recording L.lppn tho jopular milMiss Com d.Tk; Madge Jones jecordlng clerk, liner at Ilusloiivllle, has made Kllznbelh Nelson deputy, extend to spend tho winter !n and That bunth would ing tax i oils. Iajs Angole.. California, probably nt iiinko n happy ciowd hornier lh j Kliuer Denham has bten coffined Withered, and were iluubl) M) when to his homo with a touch of grip for Mini)iIcil al ,ho puaw,. ,mrd or ecieral days. friend Claude and hts unliable help V I (larman. of Mnrrow bone. Cum It was an exemplltlcatlon oi terland county, Is here the guest of mate democracy" In the true sense 1.1a son. K. O. tiarman and family "pure tor Chrisimns, nnd, nt the parting, alter Iho feast, U. H. .Masters the popular lliery all felt too full for utterance. was hero toi hotel man of McKlnney lierustadt SHORT LOCAL NEWS this week en routo to East to buy a car load of coal. t Know-thaFor sale One dozen cholco thorIlls, friends will bo glad to oughbred Iluir Orrlngton pullets. Hen 81-- Sam Matheny continues to W'earen, Stanford. and strong hopes are now held 18 No. 1 stock ewes due that he will recoier Irora hi fearful Kor Sale. March. Will haie thorn Injuries, caused by getting caughl In to lamb In at Nuunellev's Stock Yards Monday, tho cutting box. county court dty. Pence Pros. It tin Llttlo Mln Kllzabeth, Carter, Kill the germs thuts the only way twelve year old daughter of Mr. and playing wltli to cure catarrh, llyomel will (1. kill Mrs. C. II. Carter, whlio L. Just breathe It Ask hem per compinlons nt tho McCormack's Penny he sells it on money back separnte Completo outfit school, slippod and fell, fracturing linn. oth bones in her right arai. Her totllo 50 cents, physician set the member, which was Hi Ing tho children to Toy land. Th0 ery painful and tho youug lady wa most copiplote line or toys over possible. brought to Stanford will be on dls. made as comfortublo as (tore Saturday morning. In renewing for his 1. . for anoth- pluv nt Coffey & Cole It, er year, Louis W hltt, of Strand, Okla., Call and Inspect has been a prosper- - mail .. ', J-r J You're wondering tinnl to Rivo for Tnet will be an entertainment at Chrlstpias, Come to Mueller's. Wo'ie Mason Gap hchool hous,. December " Kot Just what you wint. Kvtrybody is invlttd to com. Ifi. Slondny Is county court day Make KIlo Singleton teacher tl.o editor haie a merry Christmas by bringing in that dollar you owe The Interior Journal has recoiled W tliiKiigh tho courtesy or 1. on your subhcrlptlon Hughes, formerly of Stanfoid, now V. N.Cralg will b in Crab city p.issengflr agent of iho L fc N Dr Orchard Tuesday, Dec. lu. Those nl .Memphis, Telin . a very handsome who wish to bale their eyes tested t'Jit calendar. wjtt n out by this pro pany wtll please loaie their names with gresslve rnllroul (.nmpbell and Pettus W anted. come and l!v'Jn-.l- i riirres nothing nicer for u Christ- Pay me. tbe doctor l nnnot lln on mas present than a picture. See our water, fresh air suuslilue and snow ilne nnd how reasonably we ell them. and clothe mysult with climate Fig J L. Iiouxlcy A. Co. M l Strn It Hies are out of style Huy vour Christmas ribbons from fold You Kot Miss l.'lla Mny Saunders. them at cost II. M Newland was in Lexington part of the week on bul In the latter Heailauarters for Santa Clans nuts ness tonuected with Henry Clay Fir Stanford. Fine candles, fruiu. It II Metciir and Christmas toys of nil descilption lusiiraiire Company at prices thtt Mill make you open bus been nppointed agent for this your eyes. J. D Morton. I opulir company at MrKlnney and Only HI shopping dnv to Christmas J. II Docker at Hustoiiillle, and the You'll haie to hurry lo get that nice aru doing big business for it present at W. II- - Muellct's. Fiery hat. trimmed nnd untrlmmcd, I wish to Inform my old customers going nt tost. Wo have to do this to make room or sprln? goods. Miss that I haie opened up a now gallery at (lowland nnd am read., to make good " rilla May S.umdurs ana cheap pictures. FRANK COROIER All the little ores are sending in letteis lo Santa Claus for the I. J'R. WARNING! 'Iho letters wlH Christmas edition be pi luted in noxt Flid.iy's Issue, December 1C. All unpaid accounts' or the Huston ulle Holler .Mill Co, not paid by tho Art pictures make nlco Christmas presenLs. Sco them at tho Sacray 1st ot Janunry will be put into the mind of an attorney for collection Studio, Stanford. This means eierybody. For Rent On account or the I will tent my storo with a nice TO OUR LNCOLN FRIENDS. dwelling or rour rooms kitchen and ou havn a special Imitation to hall and tront porch nnd n flno els. tern nt tne door. A good barn fine Inspect our Christmas holiday line, saiden and all necessary outbuildings consisting or Cut Glass, Arts nnd will rent at a bargain nt llnrtwell, Ky Crafts ware, Ivory Art work, Lowney'tt Casey county A fine place for bust, candles, toys In rnct, anything you i.ess. Call on or writo to J. W. Had- - may want for a present for old or voung, Wc can save you money. Sett & Son. Kldd'a Store. '-l rutm STORE IS THE HOME OF HART 8CHAFFNER & MARX CLOTefK- - I I 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 self good ones, but that doesn't mean they are dear. We buy carefully from makers we can depend upon, pay for and get good cloth, good lining, good workmanship and good fit. And we sell at-moderate profit. ht a mi'' H K F PICTURES. VU Mt U V- - W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY r I (M T. W. Humble W. O. Marti L R. Hughes 1 J SHOES Reynolds &. Wanted to rent a house of 4 or f rooms In Stanford or vicinity. Apply to A. C. Connett, Logan avenue. Junction City, Ky. fcvant, For Sale. Harred Plymouth Rock cockerels, nice ones 75 cents each T. A. Rico. 7D-3- VT$ uu; n ot Geo ,Inrmn ,,otU( dlf, nt h,g homo 0 1Uo ucn Hryan place last week, and wan burl- acres ot land, For Sale. ner flva room cottage, three porches pantry, hall etc., largo barn 10 stalls, stud and good loft. Uug'gy house, hen houeo etc. Tho place Is well ,1I aejaaa two; watered. bulWln hw Roof ft, 163 2 ... - v. J. riit'KKY co.Toifd Ihe undrriUmi. tune known K J. (biaey hlia prrlrctly honbut IJ yum tad Irajuurtlone In an bu!me iul nuaurlally carry out any obllatkne puuUi by bla firm. llauilNa. KlNNiX Marvis. W tialculo UruKUU. Toledo. O. Haifa Caurrh (Mr Uarn Internally, aetlnf directly upon ibe bloud and mucoue aurfacea o( tbe lietlnuoUla aeni f.irm. Bold by all liruuleu. trta. 1'rlc IJ ccsta per bottle. Take llaU'a ranilly I'lUa lor oonaUpaUoo. We. for lb orable able lo mm e( Cttunli offrf Om Hundred How's This? Dollar Reward for &ni CUrib lht rnuwl Im curcU by 11U Cure. a I BETSY'S POINTERS: "My lilea of tl'rlity Hcmei Is oni who cm innnaKo to Ihe ulthlnn tbo lamlly Incume during these tlrues of iikIi prices. A hclpiul succeatlon I would make Is that stie can i;et f".lil ulue In every transaction at t'ntfey mill lolomun'3." tor that Xmas cak4 ue can assure you that cveryUilns la the ery freshest ttvit the market atfords. SatisfacIVompt delivery. tion Kuaranteed. -- We can save you money o n your shoes. Our line of Suides Patents, Vicis, etc. is hard to excel. Give us a look; examine our exceedingly low prices and you will .ejk blle bn-n- 0 tan. Janes Pbetx, we nmmj "' AtMmm to pcb4 several wlH Will per acre si Aj)ly to 1. !. rnmtm orjjs." wt" v" R. Hue " Au attempt to rob tho storo of W W. While on lower Main street was amateur cracksman mndo by an IVeduesday night White (Onto to open up Thursday morning and found mat an etrort had been mado to cut oot tho lock to tho front door by bor-it.holes about It with an auger. Tho bmce and bit were In' the door whore 'Pimm. IM they bad been left, by the would-btalef who hd evidently' been acared rhent IN COMIY A COLBMAN 9tt ru Job sad left Ue acme la a g e undoubtedly buy. HUGHES, MARTIN STANFORD, w awt mu'K & CO., Dry Goods, Notions. Shoes KENTUCKY - Har e4 Dllvrd kurry. ! vamammS . -. ,. i i THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. THE FARMERS WRITE ME FOR PRICES ON HIOH OHADE Don't forget to bring In n dollar Tor tint I. J., wncn you come to town court dny. Farm For Sale. Nice home, with I HANDLE THE BEbT MEAL MAOE AND CAN NAME A DELIVERED 10 no res of land, at Itayden Station PRICE ON ANY QUANTITY, ANY PLACE. on 1., k N. Wni. Porter, laincastcr, WILLIAM A. BURNETT, . Ky. bOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, KY. Kitabllshcd 1901. Thetc came to niv place on (Irccn Kentucky Agency for Owl Hranit river near Jumbo one male hog nbout t' month old, hlnck with sandy pol weight vhen he came to place 40 ioum). Owner can got same for pay Ing for bin keep nnd other charges. Hob lias been In try possession since COMMISSIONERS SALEI nbout seven acres, near Hubert's Allen Murpby. Septemner Inst. Creek depot, bounded by L & N. K. It Htrav hog at m) place. Owner can Lincoln Circuit Court. yet game t'y pnjlng for this notice Martin McCormack Plaintiff, vi Gilbert's Creek and county road keep, Jas. MeMcr. and No, 2 So much of nouie place as For rert 100 nrr,. farm. Write Jemcph itltfes lira. Defendant. Thompson llros., King's Mountain, Ky Pursuant to n Judgment or Hie Lin- lies cast of Hubert's Creek and DudHM court rendered the derar's Mill county rnd, containing l.ot. -- Red aterr, welRhliiR nbout coln circuitterm, 11)10, in the atiiImiu' about 25 acres. Hew art! for November 775 pounds, nub liorus. No. If thee two tracts fall in return to James Yowell, Huston vllle. styled cause, tho undcrslmicd commis. bring the debt and costa then I'M' sioner will on having sold the St. Asaph hotel we MONIUY, DKCK.MHEIt 12lh l10 ticio of the bo.ite placo on the west have lor sale cneap five nice Jersey at I o'clock I M., In tront of the side ol county road; the division line lows, pood milkers; also three nnd f ) curling Jeivcy heir-err- . court house door In Sbwlord, Ky., to be lun Irom Huffman corner on all tu'1 blooded and lino stock. sell nt public outcry to the highest salil road west to u point at or noar . Karris and Hardin. Stanford. Lee Ilolticlaw cornered on tlllbert's Myers & Ynughn of the West Kno mid best bidder the following desert In Lincoln county, Ky, Creek to mcke about IfO acres, makn car load of cattle nnd real estntP iht'lHtl lirigf to Cincliiuatl, this week tor Two acres two roods and 18 poles of ing this parcel bounded on tho ,North wlili b they nid Irom 2 to I ccnU lend, beginning at stone in front of by lands of Huffman Holtzclaw-- and repcrtivl:. onti from b to 'i dw Ming house Micrcon, were a John Iravlor; Kast by county road Ile. i:. K Xrtel sold hi btiCKy Muck oak was called for In oitgluul South by Traj!or and McOuffey; esl by Hubert's Creek- iiorsu to Itutal Kout,. varrter Jespe boundao. thence 8 C7 K Hi S.i rt aln lor ?CV No. t It It tlietilil be necessary Hie IMiIfS to a stone In Jenkins line, theneo Dark bay mare nbout IB hands hlsli bis line S 5'J K :i.1 poles 10 u stone In tula'.ice' of the notuo place of about , cnnin to my place about December 6. 51 containing the Improve. aiii-sOwner can Ret same by piyliiR for stone In b.ild line, a new corner ot ments, IkiuiuI on Hie north by lands W. II .be division Ili'o. thence with same this notice and her Keep. Murpby. Turners Me. 21 poles to the old original or Heoro IHch; east by county road; N 27 u wintj' wlienl riie acro-f- ie line, thence with same N SI K J7 7o loiitb by lauds ot Huffman, llolteluw Is e is iiar. iu tne .'ult'jd Slat and Tra)ior. H'o poles to the beKiiulng. nrn'-- i .1. fxce.h of 'is; i.v a million K It suould be necessary to sell nl The purpose of tins halo It to satis-ry.statu-tit- s oar's sowlPtf. a:.. 'liinR to ofler- debt of $140.10, with six per tent the I nine plare It will be iiaitu ublie . tr t'ni'cd 'nui In artels as above indicated nnd Mnicti 2Kth l'it interest lueieon from crop experts then ns a who'e ind the bid accepted A. T Nunuelley bought from l.aiu until paid and the costs of this action which has thercioie which realizes the most money. The A: lliii'li.innn 7 heifers at J cents; n judgment for plnco Is lienindcd on the north 7 call!" st '! ctnts, from J. Youiir been reiidereel tit the above stjled home (i bimlh ot llutftiiaii, Iloltteliw and CUUKe. rents f Cllnnn loimty 11 J'eers r.t b will be Mnler hl.il Leo Ilolticlaw; TERMS. Tho said land He m)I,I to Jones nnd I.utcs two the lands eif J. W. Holtzclaw and ','J and sold em a credit or six month, and liunchi's of bos citnluiiilm; lt'tiend r sLectively at 10 te baser will be rHiulred to Rlvo II. Trnjlor; on the south h) the lands em the wt.t sold to Charles l.utes Ixmd. payablo to the commissioner ot Trayior and Mcduffey; by Hilborf Creek und the land ol rnv-Itito 1.26 and approved by Uim, the sanio 46 head ol cntllo 24"! Thc aoitl to II. D.K lloltrclaw 25 the force and erect or a Judg- Lee tlnlurlaw, containing nbout . . and Ixiaght of John ment, with lien letatned upon the land acres. There Is a passway over thl h' Rb sit V county road from Trayior traci to Ho7.2ucks a 1,050 pound bull at 3 cents (i secure the payment tticreof rnd Mertufley ttnet. 1he i;ot three boss from John Cook This November 22nJ. I'.MO. . . 0 cents ntd bought fiom Dob GEO. D. FLORENCE, M. C. L. C. C. The object or the sales Is to tails of Jno. Trayior eo l's and 110 balps ol clover fv the Indelitiie-- s at 4 Plff. 1. J. Hill, Jr.. Atty. for to about $15,000 00 and the liy at $12 a 4on. niiiounttns ltonds with Tho si'lo or .Mrs. A S. eoxts e.f this proceedli.g. COMMISSIONER'S SALEI frr Thurnlay was called ofl joeid secutlty will be required of the Lincoln Circuit Court. on account or tru lnc!o'ient wcaihet. s purchasers liable to (;omnilsloncr W (5 Mcllee's hrs. Plaintiffs, rew- comliiK out In Lite slush and W. ( o bearing 6 per cent, interest Irom date Mclle'e's hr. defendants. hllOV I'ersinnt to a Judgment ot th l.in- - ot sale until pild having the lorcr niil.i rlrnilt rfinpt rendered In tl' tin .! n Judgment and sec: ebnvo Mvled raus0 at its Nmomlx'r and effect of CINCINNATI MARKET! Cincinnati IVc. 0- - Wattle Market term. 19.0, the unitersigneu cummin-done- r by lien oi. the land This will en 2."rd. Him. slow and steadv; butchrrs It.tiu; ",t;.i ommon J2 '.Ty.utwJnios Mirket MONDAY. DKCKM1IKK 12th. I'.MO C.CORGC D. FLORENCE. M. C. L. C. C fu'tlw nnd strons, 5 cents hlcher; but .it one o'clock P. M., In front or tho J. B. Paxton, Atty. for Fit ebers and shippers f7'i."t7.70: com court houe door In Sranrord. Uv , Sheep market slow sell at public outcry to the highest l.ion .'25(r?.7r Ijimbs Market dull, fT.76 and best bidder th rollowing proper-tL'ti:: 00. COMMISSIONER'S SALE! V 5.85. in Lincoln county, Ky.. "Three Lincoln Circuit Court. said roods and 13 poles of land." The (Jaar Scott it Co. Pliilutiffs, vs COMMISSIONER'S SALE! bounded on the north and prnp-Ht- j east by the co'inty road, on the outn W. Russell Pillion, Defendant I.l."oi Circuit Court. Sar.duaky. on the west by tbl( Putstiant to a Judgment to Lincoln Wavnesburg Deftosit Hank, I'lalnllff bv Mill turn-pikStation and Colfe-y'-s C. V. Stewnrt etc., Defendants. vs te circuit court remWed at Its Notch. llclug known as the loll Purr.uant to n Jt.dment to the Lin- property, ber term. 19n. in the above styled coln circuit court rendered In thi Terms The said property fill be undersigned commissioner nliove styled cause at Its November sold on a credit of tx months, and eause. the term, IttlO the undTslgued conimls-elone- r the putchaaer will be required to give rill on will on MONDAY. DKCKMi:i:il 12th. 1U1U ,,v "" "nuilJsion,r 12th. 110 bond, aprr'n"'' MONDAY. DKCKMUKR o'clock VP M., m front ol the nnd paalilu t) ii'ti. for the purchase at M., tell at public at ono o'clock cmt court house door In Stanford, Ky., bearing six price, r. outcry in fiout of the couit hous,, door Interesttho su"e frem dae.i of Mtlo, with public outcr to the hlgheat In Stanford, Ky.. to the highest nnd retained upon '.he land o!d, nnd tho sell at best bidder the following personal pro raid bonil havlnp the rone nnd cfltet and best bidder, Hie lollowlng despertv, to wit: cribed property peronal property, of a Judgment fills Nov J2 T'lO "Three shares of stock In the Wny- - GEO. D. FLORENCE. M. C. L. C. C. to wit: tipsbun; Deposit Hink". Tho purpose J. B. Paxton, Atty for Plff. Onc t"n horse power trailioii engine of this sale Is to satisfy a debt of COMMISSIONER'S SALE! wltli six per cent. Interest number 2S07. and the appurtenances Sl.0t0.00. thereon Irom September 20th I'JO'.i for thereto belunglng muuufactured by Lincoln Circuit Court which Judgment bos been rendered In k Co etc.. Psalnlirr, vs Klla llaar J. It. Cook. Uio alovo styled action. purpose of said sale Is to satisIK're'iidnnts. Torms.Tho said salo will oe Josllo etc., to Judgment of the Lin- fy The a debt or 20U.OO. with six per cent. PurMiaot i made ou a credit of tnreo months, and nt Its Nov. Interest thereon Ireni April 29th, 1910 tli purchaser will be required to gle coln circuit court rendered estimated ember term. 1'JIO In tin nboe styled until paid and $.50.00 the tor which bond approved by commissioner for the underslsnee? commissioner osts or this proceeding, payable to the caufe. been reelereil iu the Judgment has the n.irchnso nrlte. vill ou Commissioner, bearing Interest from DECKMHEIl 12th. VJ10 above stjled case sale will be mndt said T.rnn-- Th sale, with lien retaincu on MONDAY, th0 date of of the on a credit of rW ami the the nronertv tho said, bond having the at one o'clock P M., In front court Louse door in Hlanord, Ky., sell nurchaner will be lequlieil to give forre and effect ol a Judgment. to the commissioner November 22nd DH'J. i.ta.inr- - the followlnir descilbed bond pajablo GEO. O. FLORENCE, M C. L. C. C. U public outcry to the highest and and approved by him for the purchase pi Ice, tbo same bearing six per cent J. B. Paxton, Atty for Plff. in Lincoln coumy, nj real r ti.irfv nernu nf land, bounded Interest lioni date of sale, having the Judgment, and on the north by the Mint of Mltle torcp and effect l.vol a on tho proper lien POSTED on the east by tlio lanu or urine lurlhei secured Kiiir. tv sold herein This S'eivember 2"nd Cook, on tbo Jiotith by the land ot. Dili Puifcll. and on the west by tho land. GEO. D. FLORENCE. M. C. L. C. C. (Tho huntliiK season Is upon us and of Tloi'ins Shaw. C. C. Baoby. Atty. for Plff. wants to post his nearly everyone The said liul will b sold Is 25 cents cash on u ciihIU ol six iiioiiths end the purTho charge place with name.) will be require l to give bond r. A. luce chaser i:. P. Uenbau. approved by Hie commissioner R'"l M. J. Hoffman J. V. Hiilus. pavabln t" nini, ue sniiin J- - H Acton poi cent luteie-s-t M. V laiwience from date ol hpIo, J W iiaughaiaii. Willi lien letalned upon tho land sold .1. S. Hniris . Dald Stevoni to secire tli pavmelit of said bond, Fred et J. H. Haughman and the same having the lorco nnd B, U llniiKhman. 1Mh November Campbell tect of a Judgment Nevln Carter O'lianron k sc- J'.'itd, 1010. Will Cordler GEO. D. FLORENCE, M. C. L. C. C. Frank Cordler 10WUI1S M. 11. P. M. McRoberts. Atty. lor rim Christ Jacob. KltlllA, FINE Having DKCKMIIKIl tltli, IDIO We Have these From $5 to $25 COTTONSEED MEAL Master Commissioner's Sales BUSINESS FOR 8ALE mud,, up my mind to go to Arkansas, I will sell my stock of goods at Hhelby Cltv Ky. It Is a nice clean stock and well worth the mon ey. I hate about a II.Mmi stock now and will sell It at a bargain. Come QEORCE HUNN, . and see mo 81M Shelby City, Ky. FOR SALEI As 1 have decided to go to a warmer climutit I will offer m llttl(. homo for sale, ciuitaliilng two nctes and 15 lOles, comfortable, house and all necessary emtbullttitigi, cistern awd orchard fioni H to 15 years old. Quar ter mile lioni Duddersr'a mill on DU river, four tulles south of Stanford and four miles south of Lancaster, apply to PROF. J. D. OATSON, Gilberts Creek, Ky 82-2- - 82-a- FJ-7- n STIRRING TIMES. LI y " sni 1 llrt arc hiving In Hie building line, We carrj a full Hue, of Hrae, ptaster, cement nnd over; thing else needed Kverj thing purchased lor building, bore wilt tie fojnl ot the best quail. ty and tho best for intended purposes. We will save ou trouble and uanscts sary expense by sending to ua (or an estimate J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. 1 eat ciunvNumiES A- n Sam Robinson, Stanford, Ky. af.!40 iFIlln AND 9 S0 1 1 Jm P L H BaT WbW a" """a V HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Writ, (of prlet Wool on Commlwlon. lift mentioning this ad. iilJDICS 1 iillmorc-EChedule- JOHN WHITE JE & CO. Established 1837 LOUISVILLE,KY. NO SYMPATHY FOR THE RIDER - 9 WE PAY U SHTflES gf HIGHEST CASH PRICE i'or All Kinds ot Farm Produce FURS WANTED NOW. JjAND & UUCHANAN atnntord, Ky. AND FreshOysters E Ne.bei SERVED IN ANY I. or driver who bti)s poor harress Is i.en-sar- . When honestly made ard Mtiirnrteisl Irime.s can be bought here so reason iblv It In a man's own lault II he nkes the risk or buying Profit irom a mall order catalogue by others' experience nnd bit) your burners at t'ome. J. C. McCLARY, Stan'ord, Ky. MB1 My STYLE. FOR SALE PRIVATELY o! 105 acres near Ky. Good Improvements, all outbuildings, well watered v2e4 good orchard. ( SAM ROBERTS. Miywood. Ky. THE PEST HEL i. ru eeisary C-- TOWil Cirstn's ResfiNrair. IN H. A, CARSON. ni e, Jraj. 1 J.L.Beazley&Co., UBderUKert and Embalm M. Alto Dealen in Fur- .raifaira, Mattingg.Rugi. Tfcey ..will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Then a Call. Price Right. 'f ments, pr 1 n-- J. C, AlcClary, . UNFCRSEEN P" -- "vF'taBM vspr EVENTS. . K'-u- nr liable to sadden nn other-vlshuppy holiday fire tny sweep away your savings ol years Consolttlon though If your propert Is Insures! through us, In one of the soundc:' Insurance companies extant tlood Xmas I lau lr you would slep soundly Kve to see us this day nbout Insurance on real or personal property e STANFORD, W. S. FISH KY. PHONE 200 Undertaker and Embamer STANFORD. orflce 'Phone 157 NOTICE Not getting a satisfactory price for my property, I will continue business at the old stand. G. B. KY- - Home 'Phone 35 i.,t f STANFORD. - KENTUCKY FARM FOR SALE! 1 will el pr".atelv tr.v rarm of about -- "0 acres, mile and hall irom UuatniivKle on Danllle pike. Uiih buut-of seven ror.ras all othe" neees-wr- .,,. eate Harry Jacobs, taster In and Mnnufncturer of I y iMarble and Cranlto Monu- V. .Varivr nnd I'o.en.lViiivtcry unit JM aiul hettttk ejfllco Hint work.. Mo Kinney Ky Can flvo possession soon J. C. MEAL, Morelsrd, Ky Improvements uu I s,reudU water 'If-ni- s m s A FULL LINE OF 1 liau-naun- King GOWANS Externals PRUI'f T, Stands supreme under Moreland, Ky. COAT SWEATERS AND 4 UUUClWCdl 1 Ub-SANDER- S, Gab Orchard, Kentucky. Dr. J. O. Carpenter, iames Smith. Mrs. Mattle White. W. It. Daugherty. John M. Ooocb II. C. Anden-oD. M. Anderson A. r Trnylor. J. II. Thompson J. A. Potter J. II llutle. O. P. Newland. It. CurtU. Harris & Woods. Mri Mattle II. Howes, John M. Carter. this (Jelszl Fred Vondruenigan, J. J. Klllott. Jocob Gander, A. Klelbasa. Misses Sallle and Uettio Carter. V. J. II. Carter, Carter, U. B, .Qarner. K. IJ. Hatfield Job M. Carter, 8r. Mrs. It. L. Williams II. C. Ilautliraan, A. J. Johnson. P. W. Carter. J. W. Peak. C. M. Allen. NOTICE OF SALE Llneoln Ciicutt Court. John Trnylor t. hrs, l'lnliulffk, vs John Traylor's Ins, Delendants. In obce)leuce to u judgmeiit tende-e- u In the abovo styled court nnd tu Hon nt the November Term, HMO. the under trued coiiimUhloucr v. Ill ou MONDAY. DKCKMHi:il 12th, 1'Jto duy) at about 1 o'clock P M Iu ft out of tho rouit bouse door in Stanford, Kj., otfer for salo at pub-H- every (est. reel cure keep in 1 the home. Gowans al ways conquers Group and Pneumonia and your doctor assents. Gownnt I'repar.ifon Has iimI on my chihl when It ivas iltxptrnlrU real nn imirovweiit onleml it Thechlld iveowml rapMb: aj.HMtiLK,l)niKgb.t, OH Tt-IA- We Want Turkeys I liiiiiieill.iteljr III willi I'littimoulu, my utter the ecoml uJ AihIIiik ho ph.mii'l.ni culled A' (rouit coiitlnUHiictr. o m .VI. AII'Klitny, I'tt. Bring them in at once and we will pay you the highest Market Prices. H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. Annmmowi Sin. K. K. Carpenter. T. 1. Sauibawa. J j outer) to the highest and best bidders, on credits ot sis mouths, tho following real estate owned by John Trnylor at the tlata ol tels death: UUtllUry KOfwty of N 1 Tn MY HAVE IT IN THE NMIC AllVnUaUu I SM..! i HflM IlltaStf ll uviHsmsuss l. SO. 35. ana him sl it Ml