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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v I i THE INTERIOR JOURNALl P JTOLUME XXXV1L HTANFOKD LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY TUKSDAY DKCKMDliU 13th 1JIO No 83 KIUINGPJACKSYILIE I SATURDAY NIGHTS- AM IA HOCKER SHOOTS SOLE CRAIG BOTH COLORED TO DEATH WiTH SHOT GUNITonro were all kinds of doing In Mnckavlllc Saturday night Sam OtfenH Hocktr abet solo Craig to I doath nnd Walter Coil y another iijRro front Mnywood was iroutld to aeath while trying to rjdo n freight trflln to Ma Ifpmc IiThe killing ntfolr between tbo two t ncprofH 4 aIto have boen the out growth ot trouble between several ot Uie negroes Who Infest the blind tiger section of that part of tea city Mocker and Craig had had no troll ble and too killing seems to hnvts peen a plain case of manslau Wor on the tarn of It for iloekerwns evidently trying to kill John Harris nmuVwlth whom he had been nt en ilniy for some time He shot nt the jwirro b tow years ago and come norr Inlilnp his own brothers in his ran lion lirtns It eccms unit looker nail toad hart sumo lurther trouble In Sole CratKB restaurant In Jlnckavllle about right oclock and hacker got hla cbot son a ulaele barrel weapon and wait- wt lor Hoiit to w me to the rwUaurant Cmltt was out at the time but re turned shortly nnd as hc was turn lag tho door hnob from tho ouUlde t Hookor blazed tIn at the door The banco ot ahot went clear through tilt yntiXIand ontond CntlK body jilit Imlow tho heart He dial almost I ainiiUy HwKor was nrrwlejl anQ tt jailCoronw P Bright hold an In HOM Over Ctnlga body Sumlar MKirnlr and the jury returned R undid In aecOrdanro wt fact Sem of the wltnoMw thought that the vboutttiK was accidental and the O1the shut vns fired In a aevrno xlitt wt otlMrs who 8fia l U berg Jio InlertNit but that liwtlon lp rune my that Hockor deliberately eked through the door to kill the MM who war seeking entrant Ambtl Mly thlokl K tel v the K x tlnnott Hooker and rratg have IwJ r or IPM police r wonl trnlf u roKrKed nr tad ntgro and had qunntly been Indicted fur salting tusKjr Hooker while much yoiinger ernod on a fair tiny to mak aj notorion + record tar himself r man who know him nay ho war s nc a good butine s nt n blind nor operator and dispenser of II t tt U IIOAAT T ert tniiig trtiil or lloehor wn I tw n ulj before Count Judgo Hal ley tJ t J bin Alto report far tar ii IIII1 fney U- I e Plh trcilr dcfendI i Killed by Train r nlr1 y art MAYWOOO NEGRO TRIED TO STEAL A RIDE HOME Walter Coffey a well known negro ur th Maywoodiect6ta WdR Instantly lIutNl wblle trying to board a IIOUth hound freight train Saturday night ihnrtly after tho killing of Sole Cdalg by Sam Hocker Coffey had been to MncKsvllta and had viewed the re mains of Craig and hearing tho Irclxht blowing as It camo down In Mil ran to catch It to get a rid I tome Ho mado n dash for tbo Kino suet as It wan In front of Ih depot but missed Ills hold In some way and vent under tho wheels Illn body was badly mangled when picked us sbortl arurwards blood belnp pined all over the snow nlong tho track Toronur Oeo Bright tool- charge of the bodv and a Jury brouKhf in A verdict nccordlnc to the evidence T PUBLIC SALE Having decidedtochange my lo CAIIOII I will on Thursday December 15th 1910 offer for sale to the highest bidder tho following described property 74 head of cattle M head of Tel 0 pound yearlings nnd 41 head of two to 1103 iioiml cattle 42 head of hog s flan lriO to 225 pounds in bunched to rult pnrchiirer loot melt hogs 1 fivo year old saddle mare extra good ti 1 tine tear old colt pair oxtra good 1C hand mar mules ono pair 16 1 hand snare mules two good milk cow on mesh 700 to 800 barrels o torn old On ground 800 bales a hay farming Implements of nth kinds 2 twohorse wagons hay take brow ing machine harness kitchen unit tuna slid houpohoM furnlturo TKHM8AII bllla 10 and undo cash In hand over 10 n ncgotlahlo Six months nqte bearing U per cent Merest from date of guile JOHN G LYN- NNflOn same duly andidateV W fuller SIH otter for salo farm now occupied by me consiatlng of 270 65160 acroH with good house and buildings t stock and tobacco barn xtelf hteifed By IK net falling spring fenced and fences are excel W VoridltlonY 200 cf6 bf this farm is in blue grace nod vlll grow hemp tobacco or anythliig other farms In grolrI on err tt Fe ri rr 1Bw writ T Y W lJlfbti Ilodeersc 1locHMf SalA X well Improved farm of Mt Salem honee 3101 fnItnrb Aleck aad t 0Pt P + 131 Wood8oa Cg Mt- sa Double Wedding POPULAR YOUNG COUPLE IN DEE LICK SECTION A beautiful double wedding wad roletnnlzad at the horny or J L lad I gAtt near Boo 1lck when Virgu uu tall tuna married to Miss Arrey Iud Bitt nnd hla brother Eugene wedded lIsp Lolle Ooks The young ladles rere not related so fur an known but the Brooms being brothers It was decided to make the nffalr n doubly happy event and the two hap py pulrg went united Into wedloclts holy bonds nt tho same time and tceclvoU the congratulations of their friend together Both rooms aro prominent young tanners of their section nn dthe brldea are two of the mast popular and attractive I young ladles ot thlr community nhd they hate the test wishes of nil Llrcnn was Issued here to Joseph Hunt und Miss Mary F hummer lint they were niarrled on the 7tU Bout are popular residents cs the Cedar Creek section and have the gol wishes of everyone Lancaster Iles McLtndon Of Manchester fill ed the imlplt nt the Baptist church Sunrtur W n Burton bought to mule of HMuiurl Harrl of PrechervlMe for MliuAfv L I Walker appoint Jury oommfsBlat for the tlarrnrd cirojlt court for tho rushing ye r Wit Dlrrsrs A W KnvmmiiBli Ale Walker and W C Hiinn- MlK Carrie Wnlton Anderson n- WttalnrI1it njj W o oclock lmo In of albs lfe ster COt uicton nr HJchntond and Mlao Doll I htm like qt f Mliw May hi ptof trnva n wj ijtiiouis dining for Mien Covlnftton and convenient eottagv on tho oxtort ties of Water Strait JoIN HataMel UlfoWIII as hoot I far fife intmbew of tor ombroldory club the past week At 41 M Pmltr on s plrtirn site iait Pktuntny night If In inaneu it peeving iult a tNwlng Card o i4tUr UI YrtelQ was vea nway tMaitrdny night M beta content held MM n prlto 03410 IJITltnlo th on cuMilng tlio riooroM nfir bar of borne in the Jar The bazaar held y tho circle girls WM A inarlcfKl success In which U y rrallMd something over 50 by thou seta At the Hxctmngo Saturday tb MtlHMlU ladles met with n read Y 9aM Mr Thomas Chuppell died after liquoring Illness ot a year nt ho hOin In this city on Saturday morn lup Shi la urvlve l by R daughtont and wall 60 v yrs of trap On Thursday t car loada wore ship jxjd froth here Lnwson Brown o cAr arM nnd V A Lear 1 oar lo N hoi g and W A Gbtt agar 1oa of P9 du7 to lOBtoo- Mrr nub p Nhylor died on Thu day After a taorC illncsa of Once monia at the homo of Mrs James 1 Hamilton The deceased was 82 years ot ape and for years a devoted memo ber of tau ChrlRtian church Pope and Anderson sMpped hogs to Green Kmbry And Co CI cinnati for which they received nn nveragn price of G 34 cents per pound T L YanUs sold ono C year old mule and n loot year old mule to W 6teis entering upon it Jufncefcln James Rosa after an altercation lost summer over a game of cards 1rcaR called Monday W L Williams NOII represent rte defense comtuon wealth Attorney ChnrlOH A Hardln 1tobinROtiy IGsR little Carson of Stanford with her aunt Mrs W J Komnnn Mlfen Sue Anna hear Nw return d loin a short visit to friends In Lox Inatcn Mesdanies W K MOils nn- ctHe Batloy and little daughter nru nt home niter a visit to relatives li Mlddlesboro Mr and Mrs Havl of Wlnrhenter are guests of Mr and Mrs William Champ Salsa Noll Uournr Is In HUnford visiting her sille err Mrs W K Warner Mrs T K lonoa ra Knoxvllle IB lilt tho Misses Anderson Judge ntiennult n r Richmond IB n guest at oho homo of Mr and Mrs J W Klmoro Mrs IMuy Dunn and little dauctter are In Lexington visiting Mra Ike Dunn oxpooiers toilfMRS Letty lIcHobortsIPOPULATION oEU SIThe population of IN United States IM U340LM5L This la the total num her of people enumerated through cut tlip Stntes Territories Dlntrlct o Columbia Alaska Hawaii Iorton III co In Ute 13th census total ace iol Include tho Philippine Inlands populitlnnKfiSLl The population of contlnen tal United States 119197266 an In crease of 133776U1 orbs 1UO- Ol e total population of the States with nil her possessions i about 101100000 This number In elude 7033426 In the Philippine Inl lines as enumerated In the census thte plonn la Sainoa ahd perr nA pntho ojjjeAafences Kentucky dfob9 from lYt place In the list ot iVatw NeWJerdcv WIwonSln and CalU r URWcdJieir iWo Iow- aba fallen a M frrfUad tIMMINENT PHONE COMPANY TO RAISE ITS RATES FOR TREE COUNTY SERVICE PRIVILEGE Another telephone war seems Im minent for Stanford for the Fast Tennessee Telephone Company has nnnounced that free county service vlll be discontinued to Its Stanford ut rrlbers who are paying the old rate of i2 for business phones and U for residence phones Tho e Mow Milscrlbers who are paying the Inv creased rata ot fSIG for business and J1C5 for renidences will be allowed the lice county service Manager Homer Wray states and the old subscribers who will ply tho Increased rntrs may also secure tho free ser vice to the county This new etched duke of rates becomes effective after Jon I lUll Ax a teauliof thin nillni of tho company Mayor Florence and R num her of City Councllmen are under stood to favor making a legal tout the courts of Just what franchise ita oilier rights the iwt Tennessee citylrtIncrease of their telephone tolls and olfeOttr should be elfiN to gnttont Jlanafcr Wray explAIns dial tti withxa gri Uy increased service Ho fj8VI cleat slit large force or nun who hat e been lintnllliiK t complete metallic rtmiiu AO that no groundod wire will lit necessary and tho talking lacimii over the cotnpans linea will Lo greatly improved 1Ie says that tlc rate of tK any 1 tlOi wilt apply 10 patrons urn oarc direct counoetlon phones nut tiiav tho low r rote of 2 and 1 will con tlnif to apply for free county ervlv wlicri n 8ubnlber Is willing to go or Urawt Ibe nett armngm ftpt thuP m rvi n ter 0 afdIlJonaleharlllftl PatheUi e rm logins a strong sentiment anion them to make a test of the right of tko company to arbitrarily rnlao ite Cauloa Weddingr CELEBRATED BY LINCOLNITES IN FAR OFF OREGON jrlllIdll hero received announc- d merle hnndKomdr printed In gold telllnr of oho celebration of the gold JulioreII Lnclcn Johnson nt gon w hero this popular former LI coin county pair have been living for n number of years Their many lo cal loved ones will wish them nInny niorr happy years of wedded lllo Journalnto are hoiirtliy Joint The announcement reads as follows 1JIO 1Johnson Dllller Mr nnd Mrs Julius Lucien Johnson pleasuree onuDpnomber povvnth 8nt80 oclock 71 Hael Avenun Hood IUvcr Ort Some Misunderstanding OVER CASE OF JOHN SALTER WHO HAS BEEN IN HOME Irnma mlsnnderMtndlnit tine arisen ovti oho recent publication In the I J that John Salter of Crab Orch nrd was unable to obtain a ticket to tho Confederate Home at PI we R Valley Tho facts are that the Con federate veterans of both Lincoln and Curntrd counties as well as of tike mantles hive stood ready nt any tlmo to vice that Mr Salter tot to th homo but It develops that hp vt ah there once ami left of his own nccor iiinl aoparentlv tine not desired to r 1turn Many offers of nsslntnnre to Mr r have been received slnco the volunt not known STOCKHOLDERS MEETING A meeting of the stockholders of tho National hunk of Hustonvllle will baheld at their banking house in Inrfor the purpose of electing director-s tn serve tbp ensuing year JeWHocker Cashier STOCKHOLDERS MEETING A meeting of tho stockholders of the First ottuk dC iit nrord will be l eld nt their banking boos 191sfor tho uniting year H CBaughmart Cashier STOCKHOLDERS MEEtNIC A meeting of too BtockhplJers GIIIJt- Ml Olmt tiaon L Baapk of Stanford win bj hold Af hank Inc house the second Tuesday ari 191T the purjj so of elecAlngf directors for the insultus year W M irtiht CMhkr Hustonville I James Yowell sold a splendid bit ich of good feeders last week at a cants per pound I The wreck on the Southern Unit way near Somerset of tho fuel mall thin No 1 had to switch on the- I N at Junction City and go scuth via Knoxvllle to Chattanooga The bazaar held nt tho Rmporltm Flats Saturday evening by the ladles of tht Presbyterian church ww a grand urcen t Their cash receipts sins iCiti and they hart on hand fully llfi00 worth of cnhca yet to liP IIIKentucklanj Who have nn Idea of KoitiR south to locate should not buy until they have visited the beautiful cltv of Marietta UR that has a pope tuition of about 7000 It ifl situated In n very fertile valley and Is blcsBcd with a lountltul supply or line water and proocrtv can ho bought be a reasonable price Tho chamber of commerc there i- IrrtnrlrJ a pamphlet glhng tun 6lncTiitlon and facts that n cir culate is sure to create a trcmendour boom and more thnn bouble Its pope Intlon They have fake schools see oral ijictorlS and room for more A pica little tarn of 110 acres on pike and aural route in tine com mn conltacres good tobacco land can bo bought if sold right sway nt twelve dollars per acre Also n JOS acre farm with R room drolling 2 tenant houses an two PaP large now barns close t church sad schools and In a coiiriMilty on alert route Price thtr month only nt S7HOO Terms tr ui4 Call on W H Illlams Conipnny quick taro of the most congenial gentle men tIt 1 met during my recurt visit south was M S Senator Gordon of OUrlonn Miss Thc benutlful home ot Ur rah drop on Dan IIII avenue Is nearlng conipletion and Is not only n thing of tiMiiv but Is also n hmvol for con remrnce In Its nrranKment Th beautiful concrete cottage manic of Mr in l Mr retwo O Carpenter ou Main Stnet IK also nrarlns comple thin cud wilL be roadJrtr occundncy to tl a lleAr future Hev W S Willis on Sunday morn fat n the home of the bride on Lib arty nib united the lives of Mltw Bertha Raniy and Mr Ana Curroy In UI holy bond of wedlock This eoilnlp is woll nnd favorably known In their neighborhood and taro tho beat wishes of all tliolr neighbors All members of the Christian Church choir are requested to nee tor pracrtco at urn II Ulffea on FHdny next aif 7 dock P M The gooji rct is orpanlaitlon known ORt1 Am lean Association for highvflJVliupfoAnent we hope toon to ace them thoroughly organize this county This movement covers niiiny states nnd sumo counties In iiietlJ rum carriers The broad field for tlll aAKOClatlon Is to organize local good roHd clubs on all the various con logclhcnr on I alonc so that nil may pull totelhP In this praiseworthy work This vor lit flay locality will do wonders to ward fncouraglnK the farmer In In ts1 go on the luwyer to write lira briefs an teach the people that whore g I oid are desired to employ expert road builders men who from stud tad experience are ablo to useSbraw material at hand not P nun the rods hut also to maintnl- them In good condition Yours for good roads W n W Hubble T C nankin is in Urantville Ua where ho Is selllns Kentucky n F Itankin Is In Adcssa On with mulis Jon Joggln nnd Charley lUnkJn will ship n load of mules this week they boisbt of Lee ankln at JU50C per lend HqhQrt and A It McKechnle of arc Visiting Uicfr brotherslamoccand Wllll MrKCehnlc Walter Pettus sold T C Rank Ii y waive ut J1SO per hendjUr Penrco Is conducting n night rhosdo p nncri ty a guo d thing and wo hope It vii be n success From tho way the 1reachersvstlo correspondent writes tho rrcochor hats been talking sheet his neighbor hood maybo they dldnt pay very well We hnrt a three weeks meeting hero not Inl since and we dldnt have nay misbehavior nt nil either at church or en the road There were M converted nail the collection amounted to 20000 for the preach er P II DnvU This was the great est revival In the hlstovy of trio Me Klndrob church Mr ieorge Huffman and family BoyleTllfwltobacco prop on the Danville tirenk- last wee nt 10 cents Sloan whet from Iowa hi 1busbeht of 80 acres averaged t 0 per acre Thats no corn thong i we made more than that In Lincoln cwpnty Somo Squire McKechnl s cotn Huskers are very sriftv After he ittd pattered his corn he decided to haul romz fodder and he found from Ju to 17 largo ears hidden in some of fWheattter sinert the snow of lat veeK Home of our farmers ate not don gattterine COT yet- ElephantShoat J L BRUCE HAS AN UNUSUAL PORKER AT HIS PLACE Hogs have been flo high this full that any antics they might take would hardly surprise the farmers right now but Mr J E Bruce ot the Danville pike has a porker which is a little different from anything he or anyone else ever saw In the porcine line according to the beet Informed authorities This pig tins been dubbed nn elephant hog by nil who have seen It for Its rear legs jcmind ono very much of the hind limbs of nn elephant Instead got having the bend of the rear knees forward like nil hogs usually bAVt the hind legs of this peculiar porker bend backward at the knees like those of an elephant and give a- very peculiar appearance especially when It Walks Quite u number have stopped at Mr place to see the unusual specimen of hogfleuh and several have suggested that Mr Bruce cowl obtain a good price for It from shout lie was not decided yet however whether to mnke spare rigs and backbone v out of It or keep It as a curiosity WAS IT TOO SUGGESTIVE rnnhfords Involving the legality of tho local option election In Powell county las- t1ebuary In which thedrys won The election is held to have beet old because of the Improper devices used on the ballot The court says the dry emblem was nil open book with the word Holy niblo under It and the wet emblem was a whisky bottle and glace with n snake hued peeping out fir the bottle It wee proven that ono negro voter mid I had to vote under dot bible c r God Almighty would have etnick me dead The court says thiw0 do vices materially affected the result find the election must be deuiared Void KENTUCKY GAME LAWS GIVEN IN A NUT SHELL Are you a nimrod Do you know lb rome law ot your state No 1Vell1 If high tlnje hut takn a tumble t yotrseltt For tho benefit of those who do not know whoa game Is In and out of sea publtabens HPT September 1 to March 1 Mach or tax squirrel June 15 to FebruarySat WHd tioosc wood duck teal and ot er wild ducksAugust 1C to April 1 AprlaWoodcock June 20 to February 1 phlnsantorRabbit and Squirrel November 11 Fek11 Doves August let to February 1st Sale of wild turkeys pheasants grouse partridge or quail prohibited Ixrepticant protected thcIIncant lives It Is nnlnvlul to shoot finch thmxt meadow lark martin swallow red 01 blue bird catbird or any other sonIt Or Insectivorous bird withvrolalbitld It hunting on Inclosed ground wit tuhaThat lump of lead nt pit of stomach will molt away and all stomach teas will vanish in live minutes who Mloni stomach tablets are taker Guaranteed by G L Penny to curt nny case of Indigestion or money back Large bov 60 cents CALL FOR REV WILL HOPPER The Transylvania Preshvterv moots in Danville for the purpose of trans leilnp till Itev Dr W t J Lindsay from Lawronceburg to Kbenezer Pre bytery nail also place n eiill for Ituv W II Hopper of Louisville Stanford boy for the church at Hum side PulaHkl courtly Ther0 will h iiintter pertaining to Home 1IIRI01 that wjll be acted on besides other roiitlno business FOR RENT OR SALE My place at Mllledgevlllo containing about 30 acres four for tobacco bat GoodJO6FbS E OWSLEY iliag four weeks This Is due to lacks oT Proper treatment When Chamber mayblldiment is onQ ot the best nnd most remarkable preparations in use Sold 17 Pennys Drug Store Many persons rind thvaisetvcs af ftcted with a persistent cough after an attack of influenza As this cough can be promptly cure Df tLi use o ChambFllafns ou ti Itep1dp- abodldtiol bfallowe to tin Pf unto tit becomes troublesome Jbld Pen tsya Pros Store r- flunl tI it BAPTIST PREACHER FIGHTING EM HARD AND LIVINGSTON TOUGHS CHARGE HIM WITH CARRYING WEAPONS CONCEALED I I Livingston Dec 12 Rev J W Jamison pastor of the arrllItcdcharge of carrying concealed wen tons but It seems that his assailants were entirely satisfied that they had started something that they woula prove a white elephant n and up to lato Saturday evening nothing had been done this worthy advocate of morality and rcllglori thIlttlfU isbeingn characteristic of that place for n oftheshaoItheir town of the evil but until late dooredeaJerIlawdarntrout several parties two of whom were brought to Mt Vernon and fin ThLwithbelnt reLfor him He was arrested but that if all Ho dared them to take him to readyfilledHive It They at once seemed to writnotThe Grim Reaper GATHERS THREE IN SOUTHERN SECTION OF COUNTYto O Mrs Sallle Butts Speako wile Of liighlandesectionndiedat with her teaw days old infant She husbandolovingoWIIccratcdmtlllbcrchurch end her remains worn Inld torest there Sunday afternoon attar ser JJIktMrs J D Yocum io A noble woman went to her toward YocumhMcKlnIsixgrownfaithful member of the Pleasant Point Initvices by J C McOlary BerryII one of the inoit substantial nnd prominent cite zcns cis the Highland community ahorlMondnv1thewas a substantial farmer industrious mid esteemed by everyone who irnothim Ho U survived by his wile goyctnned ones mourn that he Is with them no more IIDavis Store III O Itussell has moved his saw ouAlbert MrIMrs Doru Russell who has been tlleumatIWhltlhailmodlpiil titwtment huntinglast the1nrcharge of n shotgun bolonBtnj to Clarence Boone hi rending the clippings from the 31rJIon thatsI1l1elKlltutlwfor her hospitality and generosity of welch Mrs Lecto and her Kentucky t Tardily and relatives acted their part cml 111lr Leete is not kind generous rhantnH and hospitable now hn goodteacherlebh Chandler who rot Wsileic tobnccnbarn rexpected haveJenwintery general epidemic of colds In this sellerMike Long who Is the hustling fur shlagrtaobusinessookK of the amount of furs that helj buying Chambert or in IatIpetaeiklitte ia Ssttt a ftuyc I nllsijtitr K t J 2 THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL TUESDAY DKCKMllEfl 13th 1910 I HE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872 HELTON 8AUFLEY publisher THEY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge The Interior Journal Is authorized to announce Charles A Hardin as a candidate for Circuit Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial dlstrlst at the election to bo held November 1911 subject to the action of the Demo haAjswornhigh and has the nerve to Btfck to- IL But well wager hes mighty mae some in his belief It down In nib alseruonlUlktwan In the stato yet VQ have heard of who had the temerity to give utterance to such an hallucination Even the republican officeholders In I Frankfort who hale every reason In tae world to desire the nomination ot j a weak candidate by tho democrats frankly confess that they have no hope of defeating McCreary while every mothers son of them Is pray Ing that Shlnnlcka mm Johnson BOor cures the nomination And it is tno tame story over the state Has our good friend heard of n single democrat who has said that he will mt vote for McCreary If he is nominated We have not no matter C where the inquiry was made while on the other hind we have heard doz ens declare that they will not sup tart Johnson assigning one reason or another for their refusal to accept him What If McCreary has held ofllce tar many years He has made GOod In every position of tniEt in which he has been placed by tho pea 111 his record Is spotless as an of tidal and as a democrat be is aligned with nu faction something that cannot be said of Johnson and its going to take such a man as Mc Creary to reunite the broken frag ments of the party restore the con Jidence of the people to the state dot mocracy and win an old time victory They talk about the good old times when Kentuckys democratic majorl ties were measured by tho secroc of SHocker Harris Vice Cashier j Ind Harris thousands You may call old timer as an ngalnst Ills candidacy but we say lets have n good old timer to restore a good old time victory These present da professional like Jobnlon cant do It Col J U Lemon of the Mnyfield proposes n patriotic primaary toI select the democratic candidates t stale offices next year In which the rank and file will defray the cost ot holding the primary so that It wl not tall on tho candidates and b known as a rich mans primary tVhy not come out Col Lemon forj direct primary law in which tho Stato shall defray the cost of both parties candidates on tho same dnvT This is the pla which Is proving so successful m other states and resulting In the will theIIurcstlU the Presidency of the Citizens Life Insurance Company last week with 100000 of the stockholders cool slmolcnos in his clothes that he resembles in very much the photographs ol that noble and astute financier J Uufus Wallingford of Get itlch quick tame HO Interestingly exploited ny uenrCr Randolph Chester In the Vmoua ulnes And who can say thnt their operations also were not cast along the same linear President Taft proved ulmself nl hood judge of nttn llY PpotaUUg- harles C McChord of ulavllle formerly State Railroad Commission lit er from this district to a place on tho Interstate Commerce Commission which pays 10000 a year Justice Edward White of Louisiana also democrat was appointed Chief Jus lice of the United States Supreme Court Judge Willis Vandoventer ot Wyoming and Judge Joseph Lamar Rucker of Georgia were named for the vacant associate positions on the highest courLtTho two beet t Intho Louis ville Herald aro the political prognos tications of our friend Argus und Mutt and Jeff cartoons A great bunch of Heralds comes hero no everyday whereas before the big wa in the paper hardly could be found RURAL TELEPHONESMR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family aa a ice residence and place yourself in a to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that U small compared with the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to Headquarters Tenn for information regarding our special Far mew Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States ot Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL TEL CO ISCOKFOKATKDI iMMIi Mr r I 111 S STATE BANK TRUST CO S i 1 JISTANFORD KY Ir s M11i H r JI i MB MINI M 2ft CAPITAL STOCK t 50000 B Ofleer i- sI rg W L McCarty Vice Presidents G L Penny J S Rice J D Eads Cashier V J W Hutcheson H- J Assistant Cashier T i + C Hays Foster r- i lnalvidual Bookkeeper S A Phillips Kr M IIIIIHIIIIH M WE CORDIALLY SOLICIT YOUR N try r tl rB Ml HI HB B B J B SW B I M M FIRST NATIONAL BANKST- ANFORDKENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN J852- CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 22000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modem Safety Depots Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICERS I President- S T Ptesldeat HC V W Saunders Bookkeeper J It Bookkeeper McCreary argument politicians n nominating their countenance a provement position Nashville President BUSINESS Baughman I DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman- M D Elmore J M Pettu H C Baoghman J F Cum mills S T Harris no C Robinson B C Walton J S Hocker W H Murjfliy the Cincoln County national Dank Of Stanford cent- ackgCAPITALr 5000000 SURPLUS 5000000 RESOURCES 34000000 B H SHANKS PRESIDENT WW BRIGHT CASHIER J8PAXTONVICEk CASHHDIRECTORS W O Walker Stanford d H Shanks Stanford J B Paxton Stauf s M W II Trarmr fJlib rH Creek Goo W Carter afford H L Huhble7aacgiterI A1N ntoi r fiJSBlord W i J Ulba Oooch Gilberts Crock W III CUinifus PrelcbctisVnieJ I r iaJUaWn Laaca4tYt v 1 l f Q W s t PUBLIC SAL slaving decided to quit farming and go West I will offer at public onto on Tuesday December 20th 1910I lit 10 oclock A M sharp at D11 hiIrevtsCity K on Stanford and Knob Lick pike all of my personal property con slating ol Ono gray dralt horse 8 years old 0one sorrel bores 12 years old wort anywhere and gentle to drive 1 fine brood mare S years old works any where one bay filly 1 your old by Gallon one saddle mare and colt 10 years old ono bay combined horse larng food workers 4 steer calves 8 hoi ler calves Z good milk cows and 1 heifer to be fresh February 7th 4 Iat hogs 300 pounds each U shoat average 100 pounds two 2 hors wagons I buggy 1 binder 1 mower 1 disc harrow 1 smoothing narrow itorn planter 3 turning plows 1 Kang plow 2 cultivator 1 end gate seeder 2 sets wagon harness l set buggy har ness 100 barrels of corn 00 bushel-s oats 100 bales of timothy hay 200 bushels of wheat and many other neressnryrnkitchen furniture one cowboy saddle Torms On nil sums under ten dollars cash in hnnd over that bank note payabletwelve months dote 6 per cent Interest fro date until paid or 5 per cent off for crash No property to be moved un tll terms of sale are compiled with MRS J A SWEARINGIN The greatest danger from influenza of Its resulting In pneumonia This ron be obviated by using Chamber lains Cough Remedy as It not only cures Inflcnza but contracts any tend cncy ot the disease towards pneu monia Sold by Pennys Drug Store A BARGAIN 76 12 acres of land in Lincoln county About 45 acres of pas tobacco tend and 14 acres of flno bottom Innd Good tobacco barn 1 1x481 feet to eave This barn is new n buildings are old Good chance for KOineono to make money Price 93500 See L R Hughes or W l McCarty LINCOLN COUNTY FARM FOR SAL 100 naves in tine shape crop goes with Better come quick J M hey nolds Waynesburg very Month writes Lola P Roberts of Vienna Mo I used to be sick most of the time and suffered with back the and headache iMyAldflicr who bythetwo bottles and I have been well ever since E49 Take =CARDUI The Womans Tonic Cardul is a gentle tonic Ifor young and old women It relieves and prevents pain It builds strength It feeds the nerves It helps the whole system Made from harmless tools and herbs If has no bad aftereffects does not Interfere with the use of any other m c and can do you nothing I ut good Try Cardui It will help you Your dealer sells JL 1 f1 POSTED The hunting season Is upon us and nearly everyone wants to post his place The charge is 25 cents cash with nnrnEtKK T A Rico 0 W Hughes M J Hoffman M K Lawrence J H Acton L S Harris J W Baughman Fred Laumann David Steven U H Baugbmnn J H Baughman Xevln Carter Ulianron Campbell Frank Cordler Will Cordler Christ Jacob M B Lytle Dr J O Carpenter James Smith DaughertyHAr Traylor D M Anderson J A Potter J H Thompson O P Nevland J H Bustle CurtisMrslug Golszl John M Carter Fred VonOrueniKanJ J ElliotthA Kielbasa Jocob Misses Sallle and Bcttle c jUJas M Carter Sr Mrs RL WllllaniB IL C Baughman A J Johnson j P W Carter f W Peak C M Allen Sirs It Rf Carpenter L Saugbaaa r Y slotEfronts carriage heaters and coal J C McClary FOR 8ALCJ A No 1 hanging Fork farm of 362 acres well Improved nnd well water cd 6 miles from Danville Lancaster nnd Stanford on Dnnvlllo and LanY caster turnpike 1 miio churches good school store and uincR nnlth shop nirnl route runs by door Dwelling of C rooms nnd two comma dloua porchos comparatively new 1 otherinecessary re inilr For lurthrr Information apply to Oco F nrlcht Agent Stanford Ky I GET YOUR GUN CANeit Those Ridiculously Low Prices Regardless of Cost They Go For Cash to Close OutI THE FOLLOWINO IS YOUR LAST toAND BEST OPPORTUNITY Single Gun 525 375 Single Gun 650 475 Double Gun 13501100Do- uble Gun 1600 1200 Double Gun 2000 1650 Double Gun 1600 1200 Double Gun 3000 24SO Double Gun 1350 1075 Double Gun 1250 975 Double Gun 1350 1100IDouble Gun 1850 1475 Double Gun 1500 1175 8Doubll Gun 1850 1525 GEORGE H FARRIS KyE THE GREATEST OF ALL GIFTS at fhrMums or envother trae in ROft health fhs is Jnmircd liy iiiPin MI fitnittry plumntntc in your liotisf JI would rut your family with a trrrcfold blemins rele brats Xnius by arranging with W Ji Warnrr and Co for a complete sys tern of trodirn up to date train col lar to roof W Ko WARNER = phone 188 Stanford Ky JLBeazeyCoJ UnlertaKcro and Embalm e a Alto Dealer in Fur aitura MattingsRuga They will exchange Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right fTANPOUD KENTUCKY Harry JacobsDealer In and Munnticturer of Marble and Granite Monuments Mnrtipri and Iaallemetery find jaw and Hutteci Offloo and work Wo KI his to UNFOR8EEN EVENTS re liable to sadden all otherwise appy holiday flro may sweep away In your savings of years Consolation though If your property ia insured through us In one of the roundest tnsuranco companies extant Good plan if you would sleep soundly Xmas tic to sec us this day about Insur ance OB real or personal property FISHtTANEORD PHONE 2M 1 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 Suspenders 1 to 250 Phoenix muf flers 50c and 1 Cuff Buttons 25c to 150 Scarf Pins 50c to 350 Ladies Silk Umbrellas almost too pretty to use 250 5 750 10 1250 and 15 each Mens Silk Umbrellas 350 to 10 Leather Suit Cases 5 to 15 Hand- Bags 5 to 1250 Kid Gloves 1 to 2 Work Gloves 25e to 150 nice hat 1 to 350 Stetson hats 350 4 and 5 Lookat our beautiful windows and you are sure to bny H J McRoberts J J FREEa 50c Jarof II Palmolive CreamWe have a reg ular size jar of the famous Palmolivo Cream for you It wont cost you a centCut the coupon from the Nov is sues of Good HouscKcepinCPncificMonlhlyRcd Book Woman Home Companion Ladies World Uncle Remus Man azine Dee issueso Pcopics Home Journal Delineator Designer New Idea Blue Book Green Book Nov 19th Colliers Weekly Nov 5lh Saturday Evening Post Nov 6th Illustrated Sunday Magazine and Associated Sunday Magazine PENNYS DRUG H i lI 1 f 0liGO Fall And winter samples are ready your Inspection They comprise best on market 1 one as to price clothes made to order A made to your measure In preferable ready made clothes have them mado to measure doesnt more than ready made when quality Hi U MMMMWL COM Ut taieelgre IL a 8trglay PnetlMl Tailor FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Everything Orchard Lawn Garden Write Free Catalogue Agesta- H F SONS k xlnt m 1uky Ifandfree a full size of Palmolive Cream which we ordinarily sell for 50c cashrt Youll find this cream the most delightful thing of its kind ever mode i Its en- tirclynew and has all the quality of- PalnlollWO Soap the queen of toilet soaps I Look in the magazines the r coupon Bring it to this store JSTORE HiH H W t tOf t MFOR G r Q IMAS QOJflSitilE 0 O GO TO irF o 0 W H HIGG1NS 0 Stanford Kentucky3i O OO Winter Suitings My new fall and now for tho the can suit any who has suit To cost say and and SM out rata UM for and for No HILLEHMIKVERf Kef jar all for a Q G a- Y CONCRETING 4 WanrolnpoiiUentodonlifciDd of con sucas JaTeweIiU- aad In toot WI can make any from abOWie dowp tl fn06 post We can sereyou promptly andguarantee nrJOMU-work sad ma oar prices c before you buy your materlalatl- eastPHILLIPS y IStanford CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE t I 1Iet11uas of aU kind belts petted Cowers on Sort wreatksforMlklrtdaof r riM i f w CSillnTUAt0ARgikaUSK6 y 11 AJUIrMla r- I i I ti TUESDAY DKCUMDER 13th 1910 THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL PAUIJ nnt J Christmas Hankorthiof a There is nothing that covers the gift ques- tionI as do Handkerchiefs They are demand ed by people of any age and fill a spot that i usuallyempty in everyones wardrobe Handkerchiefs as gifts are in good taste an are usually appreciated We have put forth an extra effort this time to have every quality and such a variety and quantity as will mee your approval We show everything nee from 3c to 2 They are the Pulliam Bir Brcodt New York 10 dot children fancy border hemstitched i r 3 for 10s 10 doe Ladies plain white hemttltcti ea 5s 10 doz ladles white lace edge w 5c 10 doz Ladle white cross bar 5s 10 doz Ladles all linen lnitlalo rv 10s 10 doz Ladles all linen Initial with eribrofdeVy t5c each 6 for 7Sc- I 5 doz Ladles all linen hand embroidered 15c 25 doz Plain t1 S madeira embrdld eyed corner Cluny lace edger pureI 50 and 25s Or We show a hundred different patterns at this price 10 doz Men fancy border H S 0 5e 10 doz Mens plain H S 10 5 10 doz Mens plain linen H 8 toft OiiUh 15c linen Initial extra good 15c25 doz Men plain k 15 doz Mans plain linen H 8 fine cambric 25e r I 10 doz Mens real fine linen cambric i j50e Christmas handkerchief 5 and 7cSpecial boxes for packing f Alto set our line of towels linen tcarfs auto scarfs neckwear muf flea lUk hOle etc SEVERANCE SON J STANFORD KENTUCKY1 Special fountain puns for school use 76 cents Ii and 1126 at 1cnnys Drug StoreS i PERSONALSe I MJw Sutte Alcorn U homo from Dunvlllo for Cbrimnwi holiday Mlts Ifdtm HorroJ of Uuwvtlle Is with Mr And Mra W S Warren cV tt Breton of Uinenitwr pdseed Ibroufih hUe Sunday en I uw Jantn where he will net bllqoo the 1 Yule tuarkrt tills winter r Htw Thompson or Mfc ar non In Ue ntirnatlte got of hw Bistor Jlw 1 It Hugkat Mrll J W Williams 1ms boon quite III for Bovornl daya Mm T M Goodnight who has bem- I ut lath grip tar several dnya Is Jt phased Mr mInI Trnylw bile been III with grip fur several days Mr S J ICmbry Sr who has boon quite ill for same time to so far rp covered thnt ho Is aWe to all up fila ininy mend will bt flnil to know Her U M Walker aid wife and Mile daughtor are In S lmn Ma MslUtig Mr Walker mother on his nnniml twentlon- Or U tj Ierry liavfti In ft lew days fur Joplin Mo to look nt sonic l nd mining proi ortls In which he la intorojitcd J J Painter the 1 JB Hrodhom correspondent Is MleumcdI HIO talixsraph key at lOW nights relieving UIOflfl Dollordr who Is on n vacation Messrs Hobor Ions and Ralph 4lrummett spent Bunikiy with Mr A Joe nrumniRtt at Hubble Mlsuca Lillian Italian Lang visit ted Misses Oatowood n Wilder at Danville Saturday Miss Kottt llurko visited Miss lus tava limmmett hero Thursday night Miss llorta Jenn Penny spent int urday In Lancnater with friends Mrs Sue Yenger IPHVPH this week r lor Louisville to make a visit to Mrs I Ilciule Johnson l Mrs H J Mcltobcrts nnd daughter Miss Annie Uavla McltobertP went to I Lancaster Saturday to spend a few days whit Mrs U K McJloborts Miss Mario Mnhony come back from LoulBvllle Saturday whoro she has been for several weeks taking V missionary training course Hcv J IL Jones spent several days 1 tth at Dnnvlllc whore honl daysrI very i low for several days and her many jL friends and loved ones arc alarmed over her condition Miss Ella Harnetto left Sunday to visit friends and relatives In Dallas Texas Mr and Mrs Jl H Givens and tour little one have removed from Illloxl Ala whereer Olvens Is salesman i Jor tho Southern Hardware and Sup- plyI Miss Company Itachol Allison In back IrromI t n three weeks vIsU to Lexington and other points I The ladles of tb0 Baptist church will hold their annual bazaar and e exchange In the rear of tho poet otfice i on Thursday December 22 lack cake a sjicclaltjr I j I Jack Goodo ban moved to lunotio- City where he orders his I J sent Rev H M Moffctt of LeesburR Va will urrlve this week to bl the guest of Mr U H Gaines und family Mrs Joseph Harklns of Prestons burg in horo for a ploownt visit to sirt Y II Ktorcnco and Mrs U H Hughes Before her marriage she wa the beautiful Miss Heat Itaker or1t ernon Rod was vary lope mar here The Woman Improvement Club will meet with Mrs J W Inland o Wodnoiday Member 14th at tIO oclock Col leo D Wealhwfonl ennui to town Saturday night and stayed unit- Monday t White horo ho papkad ht household goods nnd shipped thorn tn MB homo In Hustonvllte Col Vaat h rfonl III much Improved In heart h Hlnro liu lelt Dunvlllo several weeks ago and ho looks bottnr than ho hat In a veer Nobody aver comes to Danville that llnds n warmer vul tome than the g nlnl Lincoln ColonelDnnv111r Messenger MUara Salllo and Mary Burdott en lertnlntrt n number of their frond ht their homo on HuBtonvllle pike Friday night last by going a party Ttt e present were Misses VOrn anal Llcclo HnlUclRW Kmma Hays Kllralxth Hlgglns Mary Kllzabetti McKlnncy Miss Sue Roth James and Messrs WallarP Singleton Carl Carter George Nowlojid Joseph Hill Mr Phillips Harris tmd Thomuii tvimnn FMvnrd Kankln Beverly Rout Marshall Stone James Cooper KvKrynno enjoyed themselves very much And niter games of various kinds bade their charming hoato a Food night Handsomely engraved announce montH have been received hero as follows Pr and Mrs 0 P Nuckols will give in marrlago their daughter Lain ItoMr C Hays Foster on Wednesday ev Clh Due thousand nine hundred and eleven at seven oclock at the Seelbach Ix ulsvllle Ky The honor of your presence Is re quested 0 i t home after January sixteenth The St Asaph Stanford Ky SHORT LOCAL NEWS Sro Santa Clans in the window or Coffey Coleman also the Xmas tree ofchinaThe ease In town nt George II Karris For Sale169 12 acres of land now flvo room cottage three porches pantry hall etc large barn 10 stalls shtd nnd good loft Buggy house hen lone etc The place Is well watered buildings all new and tend ing Rood Tfcto Jsa Rood farm and wtU aeU at a btiiait price only at6 11 tcrt Apply to 1 It Hutkes V w II yo I Mahogany dressing table for saw firstohms condition Mrs W 0 Shanks 832 I The Irf sbytcrian ladles cleared CO in tholr bazaar Saturday OrabnrdIstore Those who Intend contributing will please bring In their donations Lost strayed or stolen a olzad whlto pointer dog with largo unit sonic small brown apo nail about two Inches cut ofi dloll Had on a leather collrti end answers to the namo of Dock A liberal reward for his return to Dr 10 a Williams Ibis oflico acknowledges with thanks the presentation by the State Dank ft Trust Co of an exceedingly handsonio calendar for 1911 It is hatvt finde r texture and at a glance it bears a alight resemblance to an oil paint logRev1 J Coker of Kings Moun tarn has accepted n call to the Grove Baptist church once a month try Colier Is doing n splendid work forth Master at his different otntlous In that section of the county lour clothes will bo satisfactorily cleaned and pressed if left at Wllkln ions barber shop II Walter Milburn ProprietorSYou wll want to send out state wonts tho first of the year Let UI II J print your bill bends Wo do good work ut lonost prices Mr and Mrs W M Maybrlor nnd bis father AV J Mnybrler have bought the tarn of Mrs Davis seven miles this side of Waynosburir nod have taken possession They got is acres for which thy paid 1760 The newcomers arc front Harrison county and have received n cordial welcome to Lincoln Mlonn Is the best prescription the world hoe ever known for disturbed and upset stomachs gas belching heaviness heartburn acid stomach soil biliousness at Pennys Drug Store SO rents They ore guaranteed For Salo10 shares of Hustonvllto National Dank stock Apply at this ofllceeI Just the thing for Christmas sifts ThAt China at George H Karris ItIgot Just what you grant Thores nothing nicer for a Christ mss present than a Sea our Mine arid how reasonably we sell them J L Ilaatloy Co Nay your Christmas rlbbonn from MlM Klla May Saunders You got thorn at cost Headquarters for Santa Clnus in Stanford Kino candles hulls nuts Land Christmas toys of all description at prices that will mnKe you open your eyed J D Horton Onl 16 shopping days to Christmas diceapresent at W 1t Muellers Every bat trimmed and untrimmed going at cot We have to do this lo snake room or spring goods Mist CUll May Saunders vArt pictures make nlco Christmas presents See them at tho Sacray Studio Stanford Far RentOn account ot Uio bust new I will rent my store with u nice nailahall and Iront porrh and n ring ell tern at the door A good barn fine Burden aril all necessary outbuildings will rent at n bargain at Hartwell Ky duoy county A fine place for buM JCBS Call on or write to J W Bad grit Son Kldda Store Wanted to rent a house of 4 or fi rooms In Stanford or vicinity Apply to A C Connett Logan avenue I flows This We crff r OM funded Donate Reward tor ant our el r urrt flat nnnot be cumt br 1UU1 Ciuxrk Cure F L CHENCY Jt CO TolixJo O lIMDrJforDnanrlAliraWALDISO KixNtw t MARTI Wholmte DruwhU Toledo O aetlotdtrttay pnbollTaU hallramlVrut tot COIIIIIIloo Call and Inspect our Xmas toys at wantbeforeCofley and Coleman Kev A I Coker of ling Moun UnuUtItnn of JC5 as subscribes for tub work next year and tills consecrated Sinbefore noUrCnmmlns Fresh supply ot lout good Ilex coal IlDenham lootfarmnveryoue will be glAd to know that maketllelrMurphy says that Texas is a great state but give hint old Kentucky I avert time h F 3 1 V Col I M Dunn who has raised to bacco for 26 years and knows it auc ions at the Peoples Warehousu in Danville Rend Its ad on tho fourth page Master Commissioner George D pfegeaof gtintr Wath for tho letters to old Santa thebDr William Shclton who IB per Inthisrovers stroke of apoplexy Sunday as IJeveralhourItome any minute Ht showed sur Irlslug recuperative power for a map ralliedtoand loved ones have hopes he wll hull through this severe attack It you are suffering from bilious ness constipation Indigestion chron le headache invest one cent into f postal card send to Chamberlain1 Medicine Company Des Molnes Iowa with roar name and address plainly on the back and they will forward you a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach dad Liver uultts Sold by Iunnyg Drujj Store a withyBwizlcy Co You want good Christmas candy nuts and fruits at low prices See our I Ilohonei Mr H C Bright representing the Dfnvtll0 Tobacco Warehouse Com pany was here Monday looking toi tobacco to cell Head the big ail of the warehouse firm on the fourth page Mr Merchant Just remember the the Interior Journal Is read by IfiOO pcopln twice a week if you hare any thins tosay to them about Christmai goods you can do so In no surer 01 morn certain way The Interior Journal covers Lincoln lifco a finetoothe comb and sends hundreds of paper every issue Into Garrard Boyle Koci castle Casey and PulasKl counties A word to the wise Is sufficient This is the season of decay and weakened vitality good health is hart to retain If youd retain yours forti fy your system witr Hamsters tacky Mountain Tea the surest way 35 cents Tea or Tablets Shugars and Tanner Monday December 26 and Monday January 2d the poatofllce here will Sunday hours on account ol Christmas and New Years days com tug on Sundays The City Council baa authorized the Chief of Pnnce to appoint six deputies during JlulKtnias to prevent the me of II works of all kinds Motiie Is here I that the law will be strictly entorred II D Car ter Chief of Police 824 +Christmas buyers are all looking for bargains which will bn announced bt the merchants in tho 1 Js Christmas ixsuq dolt Friday Uio 16th Get nted ftveryone to oomo and pay moV tfio dootqr Cannot live on vratrfr frosh air sunshine and snow and clothe myself with climate Fig leaves are out of style M U Stan ford PICTURES I wiSh to Inform my old customers that I havo opened up a now gallery at Rowland and am readyyto make good nod cheap picturesFRANK CORDIER WARNING All unpaid accounts or tile Huston villo Holler Mill Co not paid by the 1st ot January will be put into the nande of an attorney for collection This means everybody 8i2 TO OUR LNCOLN FRIENDS You hav0 a special invitation to Inspect our Christmas holiday line consisting of Cut Glass Arts and Crafts ware Ivory Art work Lowneys candles toys In fact anything you may want for p present for old or young We can save you money Reynolds d Evans Junction City ICyI IIyone rent time to next Im sure of my friends will agree with sometimes I think this talk IOlInI prosperity is all bosh but I get Into n good humor when I buy gro ceries for I buy of Coffey and Cole mUll Givo us your order for Xmas can nuta and be assured of dleelffUJl Yery Lest PhQn0 1P6 Prompt delivery COFFEY 4 COlEMAN How To Get Your Mon eys Worth t to fool and his mon saysJudgewise man buys his Xmas presents from the following list of use ful articles at ClinfflllnS wearensrt 50c to 1 25 50 and S150 ALL PRICES UMBRELLAS 50cto 10 SUIT CASES1 to 15 BOYS SUITS 1 to 20- aUSPENDERS 25 to 2GLOVES 10c to 5A SILK HOSE 50c to2CVER COATS 2 to 25 SHIRTS 25c to 250 SWEATERS 50c to 3 COLLAR BOXES 1 to 250 MENS BELTS 25c to 2HANDKERCHIEFS Large assortment Ladles shoes In Velvet Suede or Patent Cuff Links Scarf Pint or Lets Mufflers In New DeelgnS25c to 3 Wor eta STORE IS THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER A MARX CLOTHKS A St WELL FITTING CLOTHES Theres no patent on the idea of wearing plain well fitting clothes nor is there a copyright on selling them Only so many people dont wear em I or so many dealers dontsell em thatIits always worth noting Were here l to sell clothes andwe do We sell v good ones but that doesnt mean they are dear We buy carefully from markers we can depend upon pay for and get good cloth good lining goodwork manship and fit And we sell at a moderate profitkftMt W W- III W E IIPERKINSCRAB KENTUCKY o IL R Hughes T W Humble W O Martin SUGGESTIONS FOR THAT XMAS GIFTVf III Belts New Velvet Hbard Bags ISilk and Wool Scarfs Toys Galore Combs and Barrettes Collars ANDJANYTHINQ YOU WANT IN UPTO 3 DATE DRY GOODS SHOES NOTIONS ETC HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes rt STANFORD KENTVCKT I L aoa i tfd tf J 1 I 0 a THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL TUliHUAV DBC15MHKR 13th 1010 1 rifJ1flv he e From SliT2S II Sam RobinSOn Stanford Ky I fURS I JOHN WHITE co AND HIDEHIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool en Coraralulon Wilt lot erie IM mcntlonlno this id 1Established 1837- LOUISVILLEKY 1Ir 1 day opening onI1 ii Friday Dec 16ij iiBringY i let them fee Santa Claus m Iy LLSANtRSIrl Crab Orchard Kentucky tui 1 i THE FARMERS Karm For Sale Nice home with 10 acres of land at Hayden Station on It k N Vm Porter Lancaster Ky 822 W U Land sold to R 1 Holtrclaw A half arlond t t hogs last week at 7 cents 1 will grade tobacco at t per hun droll furnish hands good tyera nnd strlpixrs and will make your crop lulu twists or clgnrs at 20 cents per IKUid Lot me hate your crops 1V G Dunn Crab Ordchard ICy There ciune to my piaco on been river near Jumbo one male hog about f months old black with sandy spots w IK l when he como to place 40 pounds Owner can get same for pay Ing for his keep and other charges Hog has been In my possession since September last Allen Murphy Stray hoc at my place Owner can got damn by paying tot this notice nnd keep Jan McKser For Pert IOU ncre farm Write Thompson Uros Kings Mountain Ky 813LostRed steer weighing about 75 pounds nub horns Reward for return tot James Yowell Hustonvlll 823 Having sold the St Asaph hotel we have lor sale cheap five nice Jersey cows good milkers also three two yearold and E yearling Jersey heir ors all full blooded and tine clock Kan Is and llnrdln Stanford 827 untd8ccomt band pony rlt bug gy and harness secondhand violins old razor relics of nl kinds WO Dunn Crab Orchard Ky Edna May the champion show mitre owned by Mrs Richard Tasker LoWntlos will be turned out In a Tow dugs and will not again bo entered in the show ring She g eight years old and has been shown 813 times nnd won 407 blue ribblns and prem iums aggregating over 14000 anti tit least 1500 worth of handsome cups Kdna Nay has been shipped over 100 000 to the various great miles horse Danville Advocate W U Land bought a XOH ound hog from James Williams for which he pave a check for 3750 Sonic hug thatJoe Murphy bought of Walter 3lnr tin All hops for R- OLust2 boar shoats black loft ears cropped weight about 40 pounds Liberal reward N VRo le Stan ford J T Reynolds sold a lot of corn to Uoorge Carpenter at 840 not am tad Ira Ior sold some 310 pound hnns to Mat Crow at 70 some to Grhrge caddis as same D R Olah on sold some yearling of MO pounds weight to Mr Gibson at 4 1t cant Walter Martin sold wine heifers t- nlr8 and tones at S 21 cents Julio L Anderson void some hogs to Uar ner Price nf 6 12 pants and bought a steer from some nt 412cents J H Hustle sold a bunch of hogs t Tress and Jones at 7IS 12 Cnrne- Prlce wild a bunch of cattle to H Manto1IIXJJIlIingrrNannelley a lot or 1200 calth- lit 4 fonts some yearling cattle a 4 li rents flowc 27 to 3e Dltoltxchtwto Cress and Jones at 334 qulehererangfromHOG RAISERS Are your bogs worth 5 cents per head Wc guarantee Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy frodiseasem month It cures Cholera Kills AldiOItelltionvery rapidly This remedy is used and endorsed by leading hog raisers throughout the country Come In and let tia tell you about IL Sold by Now Stan fora orug Co t I M DUNN PRES H D STILES VPPSS HENRY McWILLIAMS MGR J S VAN WINKLE SEC TREAS- p J C DAVIS BOOKR A ASST SEC I iJEp1es Tobacco Wre houseCompauyt foJ jJ1o INCORPORATED Iffl t T f Tobaccro iPERYVIL1E ST 1 BLOCK FROM Q C DEPOT DANVILLE KE1 71Yr r pj fjr IyetTVTH-E fW i LARGEST AND BEST EQUIPPED HOUSE FORJ LOOSE LOAF TO9P000 IN THE BURLEY I SIiELf1ERJ J InsurancetL WE Qtxrnaat l4t JA A f FOR SELLING LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO A AND 4 i I gH OUR SFLiI m i ii IOUSIE t l WILL t vV YOU r0 FOME AND SEEOS IEFOR i MAK Tps1cClIt I Prcacficrswllc Mr 0 II Floyd who was the popu oft3nmat 1000Mr 1s visiting Mr and Mrs Albert Newlnnd 011 Cedar Creek Mt and Mrs Sam HolUclaw were Rtiestn of Mrs Rebecca Iettus Mr and Mrs J M Cress were visiting lOdhadMr mdMrsSIetthsnear Walnut Flat were visiting Mr and Mr J M Cress Mrs W P thoDrard Mrs Timothy Naylor has been gulte III but Is some better now thotJuSunday Frank Rlgtby sold some 900pouna cattle to Otorge bone at 4 12 cents hotoSunday to Tn cbn Arizona to upend the winter Frank is a fine fellow atin will be welcomed anywhere ho may so CINCINNATI MARKETS I 13tllutUr1rrcoilltsshippers 4Ci fft6ft common ftUAff steadybutchers HhrllrlCflpljI I 31ioUGOO RHEUMATiSM CURED BY THE MARVEL OF THE CENTURY B B n1FSTED FOR 30 YEARS Achlnr bones swollen Joins pet manently curd through tho blood with pure Uolnnlcal ingredients To prove it wo will send you n Sample Treatment Free It you have bone pain sciatica or btiootinc paint up and down Ikeleg acting bark or shoulder ItladM sWill len Joints or swollen muscles dun skinEbatelAlns HId breath lumiiago gout Iht nsmoves every svniptoin becniwe B 8 B sends a rich tingling floOd ot warn rick par blood direct to the parnlytotl norvas bones anti onus giving warmth and titriThgth lust where It Is needed and In clay way rhearD B B has mode thousands or cures of rheumatism after nil otiipr niodlclnen llmments and sorters navel fallod to help or cure DltlJUlMTHIor by expree I flat I BlooftI yourtroubleI Oh Sold bv Hhugnrs and Tanner j FARM FOR 3ALEI I will sell privately my farm of about 250 acres mile and halt from Hashous0nary improvements and splendid water Sin give possession ron j C NEAL MorelaridKy FOR SALE PRIVATELY My tarns of JOG acres pear May wood ICy Good Improvements all accessary outbuildings well watered end good orchard tS8 SAM ROBERTS Maywood Ky RETURNED Have just come back from City and have a nice variety of useful and Orna mental Christmas presents Call and see our goods GB PRUIfT Moreland Ky We Wan- tTurkeys Bring them in at once and we will highestMarket H B Northcoit T K Tudor Mgr PHONE 1S3 J C McClary undortnkor ary1 Embamor STANFORD KYiOffice Phone 197 Home Phone V- tFreshOysteis SERVED IN ANY STYLE 1rli rw if mmm in TWi 1if- GirsOnsResrillri h- d I Jb CARSON prop FINE BUSINESS FOR SALE HaVJris mad0 up my mind to go to Arkansas I will soil my stock of goods at Shelby City Ky It Is a nlco t clean stock and well worth tho won ey 1 hate about n HMO stock now ComonndSM Shelby City Ky V FOR SALE As I fjavo decided to go to a warmer climate I will offer my little homo for sale ciintalnlng two fovea and 15 rules comfortable house and nil rccessary outbuildings cistern and orchard from 8 to 19 years old June trr toile trod Duddomrs mill on Dlr Rtanfordandppy to PROF J D DATSON Gilberts Creek Ky II I STIRRING TIMES lineII cctntftit find overrating else needed purchasedjfor intended purposes I Wo will save you trouble and unnwct nary expense by sending to us tor an I estimate IJ A ALLEN Stanford Ky NO SYMPATHY FOR THE RIDER or driver who buys i oor barnots Isiteresart When honestly made 11 fciiartint d harness can be bought l IITO so re aaniibly It Is a mans own l malt If he takes tho ri+ k of buying Prohtbyharness at home J C McCLARY Stanford Ky UW r I rwrlrrrE PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICE For All Kfrtda of ProduceIWANTED r H aanforr K- yIUNIMIi1VIRU11irR J WRITE ME FOR PRICES ON HIGH GRADE COTTONSEED MEAL I HANDLE THE BEST MEAL MADE AND CAN NAME A DELIVERED PRICE ON ANY QUANTITY ANY PLACE WILLIAM A BURNETT KYKentucuy We Cordially Invite You I To Sell Your Tobacco With UsI We feel that we are justified in telling you your tobacco will bring as much money if sold over our floors as theJcountry Louisville and Lexington not execpted averagedailyx We now have seven permanent buyers located in Dan foreigntoiI FOR THE PAST TEN DAYS THERE HAS BEEN A STEADY INCREASE IN PRICES ON SOME GRADES OR OVER 50 PER CENT BUYERS PRONOUNCE OUR NEW HOUSE ON WALNUT STREET THE BEST LIGHTED HOUSE IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY T HE DUST EVIDENCE OF THIS IS THAT OUR AVERAGE HAS BEEN nEST PER HUNDRED THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN DANVILLE WE CHARGE NOTHING FOR REJECTIONS YOUR TOBAQCO IS INSURED THE MINUTE IT GETS IN TO OUR DOORS AND YOUR CHECK IS READY FOR YOU IN THIRTY MINUTES AFTER TIE SALE IS OVERa SALES WILL BI HELD EVERY PAY EXCEPT SATURDAY DURING THE SEASON WRjTE USf FOR INFOPMATJQN f Danvilia Tpbacco Warihousi Company INCORPORATED i Tr fcJu 1 0 JJI