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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1j1IfVl1 J 1 ThE INTERIOR JOURNALTOLUMK JCXXV1L STANFORD LINCOLN COUNT KENTUCKY TUESDAY DECEMBER 20th JS 10 No 83 AUDITORS AGENTS GOT THE GRAPES NEAT SUM COLLECTED ON QUIET LITTLE VISIT TO THIS CITY I State Auditors Agents Saw H Kasb of London and JP WhlUlugblll of Owennboro wore hero last week for rtUag In thb courthouse In un uffort to discover unlisted property which t aught to try taxed they succeeded In uncovering quite n HUt Jlltl plto nud their commUnlous amounted U pore thau enough to pay their or lwnws beer They secured 1250 from the estate of the lute T J KiMnr and liii irvm the calato of tho late T J JnU Iceon as unpaid Inheritance tax fin Track taxc and 547 back lazes in cluding the penally from Mrs Hun nub L Stcger of Crab rchard add IV Inheritance tax from Mill Jennie I Mocker primary March 4 1CLLED TO NOMINATE FOR CIR 1CUlT JUDGE of the Democrat 13th Judicial des lII taut Friday n rfuiary was culRU to be held In tho ft nr countUm ot tho district Lincoln I iio lc Mercer and inrrard ou March 4Ui 1Q11 fur tfa purpwe of uomlnat 1 log a cundldnlo fur Clrourt JudRe to till the uiivxnired loan of the lato Jedo M C Saufluy which ludKo l4Wls L Walker Is now holding by appointment till then- Kebnmry Ultb war the last day tlM tar entrance of candldntes am the fee teas fixed st JS90 to cover tat cwt ef a primary in tho dletriot Chairman Goo L Ietiny of tills county ptrldel nod Chonault iluguely at Koylb wim chosen ecri tnry- Ho fur ComiHonwodlths AUr tm tkarkM A Inrdln is the only an nuvnoFd mudldatc Itr the JudHonhlp tend It Is not believed that ho will hoe opposition for the honor More Marriages THREE YOUNG COUPLES MADE t HAPPY LAST WEEK The little God of love Dan Cupid li losing no time as Chriklma up pro ctifa nod the wecdlngs are many and otteo Washington Carroll n 1 rumlncnt young farmer of th0 Suns trfet pike waa married to Miss Hid dIe Oren at the burn of Arch Green uo Thursday the ith novoJ J IXckoy bald tta TprilH which mach tits popular pair one Thomas Leech and MUs Kate Pad yctt bpth ol the Waynceburg section were also married on tho 15th and linve the good wishes ot n host of UlflnUf A C Perry a well known young farmer of Casey county and Miss Uor lira Itaney were mado one on the 11 nt the homo of her rather K M llaney In the presence of a number of friends nnd well wishers Plenty Of Pole Cats BUYSW B LAND A BUNCH or STUFF IN CASEY W IJ Lund was down In Casey trading last week and bought n big r hunch of stuff Ho got It cattle from Uob Murphy of LIberty paying about 3 i2 ceuts he also got 60 hogs front Murphy around G cents unit another bunch of cattle comprising 20 bead at 3 t4 trt 4 cents He sold to Jones ft hates of thin county IX cattle nt i 31 rents Mr Land bought several hundred tioltara worth of furs In Casey and that part of 1lncoln which ho will ship to Cincinnati He SIII that pole eat hides especially are very plentiful this season These fragrant wile are made Into almost all kinds of furs but arc first robheu of ureic clor by proper treatment The pole i rat hllea make up Into very pretty furs and arc Quito In demand CAMNITZ TO GET HEARING A dispatch from New York where the National League directors have teen in session says Pitcher Howard Xamnltz tho little chup who was n main factor In win 4 ning tn0 1909 pennant for Plttsburg pad who wagclalmed a flSOO bonus I ttQI because at he claims stajtiedfrom tho seof intoxi Cuts through the 1910 season will have a hearing on hia plea in Feb lUlU Thee board pawed thla case orar la order to allow the player a ckuc to be heftedoleo hie ows IDeJ MIC 9i McKinney Mill Robbed BLOODHOUNDS UNABLE TO FIND A TRAIL The McKinney roller mill was brok eh Into by a burglar Saturday night who only procured three sacks of flour for hill trouble Two other sacks which ho had bidden outside probably with the intention of coming bacit for Ultra Jater were found by Mr J S Murphy the proprietor and recov credo Mr Murphy dUjcovvri Lthd burg Jury which was onnlHeciln the early evening soon otter It occurred and Immediately summoned Lairs bloodhounds from Hustonvlllc Thu dugs went to work with vim but were unable to strike tho trail 10 that lit tit clow to the marauder could be found RoWnson Wont RIB FOR PROSECUTOR TO SUCCEED C A HARDIN County Attorney Joe h Robinson of Oarrard wns hero yesterday Ho has frequently ue n iucutloncd as n piobablc candidate for the democrat- Ic nomination for Commonwealthit Attorney t4 succeed lIon C A liar din who it tow seems quite certain will bo nominated bv the democrats to 111 out the uncxpired term of the lute Judgo M C Saitky When asked abut his probable candldacI Mr Rublnson declared t Iour condlldRIftthat iHrrara county will offer n cim dlrtali for the offlc Ho far the moat mentioned men for lher place are County Attorney JudgeI1of IJftvIe and County Attorney W S Match of LlnWft Moreland On Friday night December 2ttrd bo Inning HI 7 P M there will ie a Christmas tret at the Kullcvue sebo hiHUjp at Moreland After the Christ Inks free on which every pupil of the tchool will receive something There ulll br H school play by the cthin liradn pupils entitled My PriTious lid Thu following pupils will take part in the play WflgfillMurvDean Tlmberlnke Mr Hoblaid- bhopman James Manson Stanley Nulls Mrs Lnnghford Ada D Prultt Nancy Miidley- MinMla Irultt Nurse Admission to both the tree and play children 1C cents adults 15 rents ITocceda to go to tho school library and the repair on our organ The public term taught hy Miss Fannie apeara and Prot H L Urullbs will close Iwmb r tlfJ11 There will he a private acticttl taught at More land beginning Jfuauary 91b an Init1 lug lOUt months Prof Urubbs will prepare toicbert for bettor certifi cates and pupil l tor graduation In thn May examinations Mr and Mrs Kllen Preston went to Louisville a few days ago Mr Caleb Johnson who was puralyz ed six weeks ago Is still quite unable to mote his left side Mr and Mrs It V Ewing moved I from Liberty to Shelby City this week Ho will probably run Shelby City Hour null for Mr Robert Leigh Mr Mean nnd family have moved Into their property east of th0 bank Rev Wyatt Montgomery of Morc land ImH been called to the pastorate dt the Junction City Christian church Jtlt for the 2nd Sunday In each month of I =lup peculiar propertIes of Chamber Iains Cough Remedy have been thor nagbly tested during epidemics of In lluenni and when It was taken in time Wo have not hoard of a single cp8o of pneumonia Sold by Pennys Store HcV wmiaij Shelton wtio Wis waa strickca with an apoplectic feat Sunday week la very low Uo home ottliadau Mrsctelxctel C JMcChiry MM the sal ta DUSTED PISTOL OFF BULLET ENTERED SIDE MORELANO YOUNGLADY PROBABLY i FATALLY INJURED SAT URDAY MORNING Miss llcssle ONan a popular youn girl of Moreland sustained a voiy serious accident Saturday morning I while she was assisting in eotUoc Uui house In order She was dusting a mantel on which lay u pistol belong ing la hor1 broUrer In some hcayah e knocked the weapon off and au Il- tlt the floor It discharged the bullet entering ber side and causing a very serious wound from which It Is fear cit that she will not recover Miss ONan was only 17 years or cite and her many friends and loved ones tin greatly grieved over thfl accident Tma sville Tobacco stripping Is still in pr gress In this community Mr Dan Smith has rented the Cur punter form for 1911 near Hustonvillu- WeddlnKd I weddings that Is all what will be nut I Miss Sue Dolllns is on the sic list Mr Hutchinson has moved to tile to gate house Just vacated by Mr Reynolds Mr Muck Mobltiy of BlcKlnney prollllrlMtsxDS Eva and Yuba Toorobs visit od friends on Rivor Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Robert Hubblo vistteU frlondc at Mel lnnc Sunday Mr nnd Mr Henry McWhorter ana daughter visltod friends at Kltlsburg law week Miss UttSHlo Hubble who Is attend ing school at Richmond will return home this week to Visit hqtnefolka duringthu holidnd S Miss Gab Urndstaw was the guns t of alias Bessie Hill of Stanford 8a1ui day t n Mr and Mrs K Martin Mr frank AJaitln at McKinney Sunday Mr Ijirrle who II teaching scion In Wayne county had his Bchoolhouse to burn and he ban been visiting tome folks until another one can bo prepared Mr Harry Jacobs erected some tomb stones In the Campbell grave yard last week Mr Sam Vanbook went to Hfcb laud last week oa business Miss Dobbltt of Dnnvllle will re turn home this week tb visit heri mother STANFORD BOY IN WEST I hr Parker Arlxona Post In telling of n visit to that thriving little city on tu Colorado river by a special train load of Phoenix business men nys this of the part played In the entertainment by a former Stanford buy a son of Mrs J C McClary and n brother of tho I J Editor Secretary It C Saufley on behalf of the Parker Board of Trade res ponded to the visiting speakers lie brleily reviewed the local situation regarding th0 present otiorts being tillsColorlInnd asked that the Phoenix Hoard ot trade assist In tho work of bnv tnp th0 Washington authorities open o settlement tho thousands of acres or fertile farming land adjacent and ttibutaryto Parker Mr Htuifleve r suet with popular approval manifested by prolonged applause 1LIESAT DEATHS DOOR I tSHELTONIDR Wl LIAM stroko tireep visited at any time He seemed to have sue cctwfulry resitted the effect of the apoplexy but uraemlc poisoning developed and hia extreme age makes tl chuacet very tsUet WHY NOT EXEMPT THE FARMERS TOO JUDGE McQUOWN ASKS PERTI NENT QUESTION OF THE TAX REFORMERS regcommunication from that very able Jurist Judgo Lewis McQuown regard aJt1ot Kentucky Judge McQuown writes Tho amicable but persistent Mr iloujViscfn of rovltfyIMha8 been ac whlclJbrallsadopt hip system of taxation It II not astonishing therefore that we are told by him In a communication to the Coarler Journal that our pot showing in the recent census it dl rally attributable to that cause HIs argument Is that if Kentucky would adopt his system under which capital should not be taxed when In vested either in commercial business or stocks and bonds that Tic would lave a larger population and greater prosperity No more vicious system could be privo m nod lt j products and its homes and property of the poorer classes would DO lazed at u higher rate Iran at prercnt to carry on the State govern wealthy class would tm exempt Why nient while the capital of ttls vurjcnascu few thousand other people nt sup a cent7 Hut thin result of the census has no relation to the alleged cause Our xyittem of taxation ims deterred no nun from coming to Kentucuy eitnor with or without capital The atato mint to the contrary IB a bald lion without evidence to support 1 Capital and property nr taxed n hwivlor In Kentucky ns a rult tbanI in tio other states The simple ton why moro capitalists do not rome to Kentucky to Invest In enterprises hire Is that ventures elsewhere seen morn remising The taxation hero would not and it docs not either re lard or cmbarass nny business that bus siilwtcnco In It or capital behind It burry commercial atitte has had frequent conmllllllll1 Lions from capitalists nno propose to establish b41hI1 enterprises f Kentucky fttut In the majority u these ruse the condition of the rom ing Is basva upon a largo Investment of local capita Mrd It Is upon the failure of this class to como that theI statement Is persistently made by r ItobinPon that business enterprises err barred from Krntucky I nut Oklahoma and Texas neither ot which has Mr Uoblnrnna svstrm of taxation have Increased in popula tin beyond nay other atates Other states In the east have scarcely held their cwt The Inrrwwo in the first named states and the starvation aapopulation In the last are not thn re rah of systems of taxation but of other local and natural toners The I failure to adopt Mr Robinsons syr i tern did not keep capital of people out of Texas or Oklahoma nor would Its adoption lave brought them Into not KeDItuJVTho fact and truth is that n league has been formed by the capitalist of thus country whose sole purpose a Is to change the sv tem of taxa troth In all tre states o that capi tal will he nearly or entirely exempt from taxation This crusade IB car TkO or by Mr Robinson and others In Kentucky under the specious pretext that capital will come and bring prosperity with It If tax exemption Is assured lint suppose that these capitalists are successful in all tho ttatMas they htjpe to he then pro tection will be afforded everywhere no Influx of population or cant sHal will follow ir onto Indiana 4 West Virginia and Tennessee adopt the new system and Kentucky should also do so what possible advantage would wo derive from the change I The farmer who raises cattle sheep and hogs corn tobacco wheat oats I and hay has nil the capital which ho I possesses Invested In his business- Yet his farm which represents his capital together with products of hIs labor are to be taxed lie may have ten thousand dollars so invest ed But under Mr RobliibonH sys tem n foreign capitalist may conic null Invest fifty thousand dollars in brink stock or he may Invest It Inn commercial enterprise nnd escape taxation entirely Why should not capital of the farmer engage In agriculture as a business bo enti to the same exemption as the capital Invested In banking or com martial enterprises Does not the prosperity and population of tho state i depend as much or even more on the amount of capital Invested agriculture than in commercial bURlI ness YIt the proposed system will pot only not give the agriculturist cx mutton but In fact Increase his but den To compensate nnd reconcile JIm to bear his Increased burden ho IS told that the population of the stAte will bo Increased Uut suppose the benetlclarles under1 the proposed system should bo thong cd and the capital invested In grl culture should be protected ex1 emptlon and the burden of tUIItlonI heavier upon capital invested la tabutailst I seats be satisfied If told that this ex emptier would increase pur uoiui flea had brine nroao rltv n one and the yould not be satisfied to In crease prosperity and population In this way sow can tttyef1tt the I ttisptvtevaiol clove YIdoef ay Can anyone doubt that If our rot caplrot111C8tcfshould be practically exempted from taxation that the price of land would greatly advance that thousands of far mere and many thousands of laborers would come to Kcntuck and our waste places would blossom as tho rose This would much more cer tainly Increase population and brio nrosperlty than the exemption of ca ital Invited in commercial enter prise If population and prosperity is who Mr Robinson sires let him Adopt the system sit grated and he wlll have It more cer thinly than Under the one advocated by liltit trti9egoelity + guarnateed h our government WI be no more vl thoother LEWIS McQVOWN Lancaster Tto PreabvterUu JlUniouary So ciety met Monday afternoon with th Misses Gilf Mtn flunk a Marksbury entertain cd lIi1 of the Embroider club last week serving inviting reo IrcshmcnU C P Powell has sold his grocery and dry good store to Mr C N Dave or Clark county 3Ir Powell and wlfu will clerk in th0 store during tile Holidays Jesse Arnold of this place who ban penitetba moro a year has been promoted to that of u steward with an incrUase in salary The Interesting contest Who js who recently held here has ties prigoFrlsbllandWalker Moberly and MlM Howard of Madison county Urcvo Oarrard capital and wereroon unite In marriage at the Qapllst parsonage the Itov O P Uush pronuimclnc tho ceremony 1fllere will be Cnrlstmas trees at all of the churches In town with tho theft a or indents and candles and fruits lor the pupllg of the Sunday school On Wednesday nftccnoon Miss Jane Iwty will entertain In honor of Mrs w J Williams a popular member o tbe Chautauqua Circle Thursday Mrs James A Royston will give a course dinner in honor of MesdameA a W I Williams and Jennie West On Friday Mrs Wm Uurnelto will servo tempting and inviting dinner for MtsdaiueH Williams and West A banquet will bo held nt the Christian church Wednesday evening for all of the members Social con view will make enjoyable the gather ing and a dainty luncheon will be serv ed Various and appropriate cue nilttees will be appointed to make the aflalr a Success hey J Fleece Kobinson WM a home to meet Ud memboiv of the op Lexington Avenue Friday aster Embroidery Club at her pretty home noon- I Mr J Josephs want friendu me glad to know he is able to out again after his recent alarming illness The Lancaster W C T U has sirit p toward building a Union pturoh at Ulrd Puiaski county Ky Tliilrea wnr UT oranritIptlurr rrtvill1arnE u G I the lllndman school Miss Minnie Watchs music cldsa VI11 give a recital In1 the chapel of the high school building Friday at tcrnoon Mr and Mrs James A Beazley were In Stanford for the burial of Jfrs J L Beasley Miss Annie Mar garet Klkln Is at iiome trout school at Jlelidalo Ohio trand Mrs A N Jllce of Klchmond lad are expects Saturday ot visit Mrs 11 A l1 Marks bury II C Kauffman Is In Charles ton Vest for a business Miss KUiel Hilton of Stanford l vVh her sister Mrs SUE I UJltun Mr and Mrs R K Hughes and little daughter arc expectd to spend tho holidays with Lancaster relatives Norrca Elmore leaves this week for n visit to her brother Chenault HI rore in Ulrmlngtam Miss Hmmi Uiighes hays or Stanford lias been a JatposIAn W A Arrold Misses Nancy Walker of Randolph Macon College Lynchburg Va and Martha KavnnaugU of Cleveland Teun will arrive this week for the holldays Mr and Mrs Ilpnjntuin Letcber of New York arp here for a short visit to Mrs E Ii wli1 tjFor SalecA well tmlNOncI farm ot 30 acres near Mt Btlera houve a U u4 kea furaltufo Moot and IMKtM tMM PK W itoli Mt Ir tfjfJ F HIGH HONOR FOR STANFORD GIRDrMISS ROBERTA OBANNONS SPLENDID ABILITY RECOG I NIZED IN SOUTH iLppllshed daughter of Dr W U Ojl rti rondoBPoint MI8BSbe Is perhaps the youngest lady In they south occupying so important tf posl teache er and French In the College kince September and has made an enviable record A few days ago the posltlrn of lady principal was made t vacant and the president of the Instl tulon very promptly tendered the place to Miss Ollannon The stu approvesd tlrm College Is one of the most pro grossive schools in the south and the marvelous growth enjoyed by it has attracted widespread attention Major Robert A Iturton a Ken tucklon is president of the colleges and tho splendid organization is due to his efforts He has many friends in Stanford and throughout the stall Miss OUannona many friends at home will be delighted to know ot this well merited honor hoeing been bestowed upon her and are confident that she will fill her new position with credit to herself nnd honor to tbescbool eHubble S U Sanders has Santa Clan at hU store atti1T C Rankin is back from Grant vlfte fiR where he has disposal of tW6 loads of mUlc8tUncle Joe Davis sold his tobacco crop ot Danville Monday We didnt learn the priceylust Marlah Engloman Is on7 the tick hit The school will close bore next Friday J n Eada was in this neighbor hood lust Saturday on business somefA L Rankin bought some fifty pound shoats of Wm Hester at 7c per pound J 1 Sloan and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a girl at their home Mr fames Robinson was taken sick very suddenly Saturday night with pneumonia J C Rankin of Marccllus was 1slt ing his daughter Mrs Farris Fltzpat rIck Saturday Mike Rogers sold T C Rankin a pair of 5yearold muted for 35000 poundtThere will be a trept at the Metho dlst church for the Sunday school onMondayMr Mrs JOeE Robinson of Lancaster were down to see Air Inuiea Robinson Sunday WINS HIS CASES Attorney U C Williams made good fortune in Ute Court of Appeals last Wednesday Ho won two cases one a land suit from Jackson the otheria suooo persryal Injury case from Moll county in the suit of Houudsceil against the Continental Coal Corpor ntlonMt Vcrnon Signalic TO OUR CUSTOMERS After the 1st of January we will do + f tdtuTounts now owlnr us before tho hat of January we will allow n ten percent discount Wo will appreciate a thesse RECOGNIZED HIMaCasey decided to RO i0 lie bought out n small livery sta bits nnd had a painter make a sign for him showing him astride a mule Ho had this sign placed In front of the jitable and was quite proud of It His friend Flunlqaa happened along and ptood gating at the sign Thalu a good picture of me aint It asked Casey Surf it looks something like you paid Flunlgan but who the devil fd tile man on you back 11 you are suffering from biliousness constipation Indigestion chroa headache Inveat eap cent Isle a postal card send to Chamberlains Medicine Company Des Moines Iowa with four name and address plaral on ttoe back and they will forward you a free sample of Caamoerlalfia 8UMMOH ud Lr r Uftteto YoM by PffMrVDMt Stfk J T j 2 THE STANIORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL TUJiDAV mU Ptntw nh nni 1 Delicious Coffee every Morninga- nd always the same with a Rochester Percolator r C1eaJIIPopular in Price Simple lo Operate Easy to SAVES NEARLY HALF k because it extracts all of the good of the coffee Ask for our Illustrated Folder How to Mike Delicious Coffee II Valuable Xmas Presents W H HIGGINSt H I TICKETStr i FLORIDAY AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTSON SAUB DAILY VIA IinNOTICE OF SALEI Lincoln Circuit Court Ella Taylor IJodlne etc Plaintiffs i vg liftoff Taylor Dofenuantr In obedience to a Judgment otbj Lincoln Jlrcuft Court rendered in the auove styled cause nt its November term 1910 tho undersigned commis loner will on- Mondayr January 9th 1911 County court day at 1 oclock P M In front of the court house door In Stanford sell at public outcry trtohdhfg1iest and beat bidder on a credit of six months Url following described real eatnte in Lincoln county Kentucky toylt rrn l No INcar I liulitonllllIecorner thence 71 12 W C5 poles to a stone in the center otti tad pike adjacent to the Presbyterj tan school house lot thence N IS poles and 12 llnkll to the cent r I I of UIR Hanging Fork thence down K said creek N 70 K 31 poles to the center of the old road thenco with said road H CD K 10 poles 10 links I S fiS 12 F 13 poles 21 inks S 54 1 K 24 poles 23 links to a stone In tU south side of said road thence N 7 J t 12 K polta to a slszs in ssld road U- 1thence N 39 B JI poes 17 links tO the bed of the creek thence N 72 12 or K 9 poses 20 links to the north bank of said creek thence North 20 14 W 64 le to a stone center of Huston tclueand Stanford pike with Laid tpuU to the beginning contain Ing BO fiicres mow or teas I Tract No lA root situated In adjacfnttulows beginning at the corner of the above described tract in tho creek and running S 35 F 3 poles 3 links to n stake thence N 72 K M poles 22 links to the center of tho road thence N 65 12 W 6 poles and fi links to Allen corner S 70 W 3 roles 17 links to the beginning con taining 2 roods and 32 poles of land Theta two tracts of land will first be offered separately and then as whole and the bid accepted realizes the most money The purchaser I will be required to give bond with personal security payable to fio Uomr and approved by him tbe same hearing six per cent interest from attlien on Thu land Ct13 D CARTERNew Liven Depot jPhoneTANFORD KENTUCK V r 101 1 f enr Oir r r r 7Jti = v NOTICE OF SALE 111IUrn Durton etc Plaintiffs vs Jill SfBurtonIn obedience to a Jiidsment tend ed in the above styled court and tlon at the November term 1910 III onj sity court dry at 1 oclock PMin front of the court house door In Stanford Kyf sell at public outcry the hlghst and best bidder on ri credit of six months the following described renl estate In Lincoln coun met jty Ky tovif Beginning at a stake corner to Xnnce Hiram Lee and John llriBht etaIk gapnlesNances line thence N 73 12 K with Nances lint to the beginning the containing J 34 acres requiredkeproved by the commissioner the said orgafrplnforthsecuredof Mamie Uurton an Infants w ailoable fouttbo execution of a bond by her lab beIrcuI= GOWANS Externals jLJtTfIs arationa universally and endorsedbyaman GOWANS Cures PncUinoaia Group Colds Coughs Pleurisy and all Inflammation Gownns Preparation bus on S aafisfacwryealea AwonrrlI111IUCC868 jrilU MUltltAY DRUG CO aColumbIaS NAVEITININENDMEi gtauuhtA HE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872 HELTON SAUFLEYPubildt- 9vxlY or TUESDAY AND FRU n POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge The Interior Journal Is author aslh n Thirteenth Judicial dlstrist nt tho erection to be held November Hill subject to the action of the Demo I The Weekly Record whrh vns IS txibllshod nt Dry Ridge Grant coup niter a seven weeks precarious ex tence petered out out leaving a cle ir field again for that oxtcllcnt paper the rant County News published by JL L VcBtavcr The News amply IUdIHe ol Grant wore wise In sticking their tried find true friend livery once In a while some fellow thinks be Is called to start n pap In Home county or town which m br a very fair ononewsfaper field hut Is not largo enouph for two the established paper has any holt hold upon Its people and unjoys ih ctnfldencc In 81 cases out of 100 ti newcomer will soon close up his doom and leave as tho Grant County man did lu debt to the tune of alhoiinn dollars or so Stanford has proven the gruvcyard ot sevornl uliort llvel sheets whose promoters evidently thought the L J did rill satisfy thv peoples wants In tho newspaper tine but learned to their sorrow that is tw firmly an established homo In stiuitlon In Lincoln county tr bo oisl ed by some flybynlght To Ihj uninitiated there seems to be an aw ful lot of fun publishing i nowapap ant Uicie Is lint ho game II a re expensive one as anyone will discov er who will try a while Third Degree PUT ON FOR LINCOLN MASONS BY DANVILLE LODGE Danville Advocate Franklin Lodge No 28 F A 1 I administered the third degree last upon Mr George Hopper for Ui0 Lincoln Lodge Stanford There were preset 71 Mass various nearby odgM Ivh1 City Ihrksrl o and Por ropyjUUejpThere compliments upon the team work of the lornl ACtor tbo Initiation had beN 3Iluau ebovf th regular lodge roomslJbe evening tUronlholar utheas r E POL = Over 600 burley tobacco growers In Lexington lfouuapul deviso = plans to protect the 1 alselt of Hurley tobacco throughout tile State of Ken lucky Ohio Indiana ailMosirl and West Virginia A comnUUo on or will spurt Tntdvy lid vising the pooling gf 1910 crop and tobacco now on hand cutting out tndanjhcontract A committee on pcrmanant nization was named wiiVi will at Lexington January 5th Mil sprained ankle will usually dis the injured person for three or weeks This is due to lack of treatment When Chambers liniment is applied a taro may lblsIIl1lmentpreparations in use Sold Pennys Drug store n RETURNED 1YHave just co back from City a have a nice variety llof usefuland Orna mental Christmas presents Calland seeour goods G B PRUIf yMoreland GET YOUR GUN CANtoAt These RMiculiusly Ltw Pricesny GoItOutoTHE FOLLOWING IS YOUR LAST AND BEST OPPORTUNITY Single Gun 525 375 Single Gun 650 475 tiCttDouble Gun 1600 1200 Double Gun 2000 1050 Double Gun 1600 1200 Double Gun 3000 2450 1075rDouble Gun 1250 975 Double Gun 1350 1100 Double Gun 1850 1475 Double Gun 1580 1175 Doubel Gun 1850 1525 GEORQE H FARRIS Stanord Ky ofle01 His Sake rybtyhusbandbegedme to writes Mat WaverlyVa IhadtakenBefore taking Cardui I suffered miserably every tobednow1 am all righL Sal Take CARDUtI The Womans Tonic You know Cardul will at hashelpedin faItcine for sick women but a womenBeing tar gentle vegetable ingredi harmless aftereffectsCardui be relied I youTryall druggists For the Most Attractive Useful Christmas Gifts o to Pennys Drug Store I f- 4f o rS I 0 l rr4 Presents Presentst1d I 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 SilkKy l Suspenders 1 to 250 Phoenix muf L lets 50c and 1 Cuff Buttons 25c to 150 Scarf Pins 50c to 350 Ladies Silk Umbrellas almost too pretty to use 250 5a50 10 1250 and 15 tokBags 5 to 1250 Kid Gloves 1 to 2IWork Gloves 25c to 150 nice hat to 350 Stetson hats 350 4 and 1iLook at our beautiful windows and 4 J you fHI h f rUNFOR8EEN EVENTS otherxlhappyConlohtlonhougtthrough us In one of tho fcoundos insurance companies extant t1 XmasEvounco on real or personal property W S FISH STANFORD KY PHONE 200 I THE GREATEST OF ALL GIFT f ChrWmas or an other ttnt Rood health This Is Insured byI pohousemily with n threefold blessing cele r1temto root W K WARNER Phone 1M Stanford KyI jC McClary I r la L Undertaker and Embamer STANFORD KY Office Phone 167 Home Phone 36 BO YEARS- EXPERIENCE I TRADE MARKI i Anyoaeesdina a hlrh and detertl a r opt Lon ss w beth Intention pt DlaIltontrteqwmedntlaL OtII anertotcurngpalnt fNIwScktitific Hmtmgtroealatlonraroatk1 Hbra goI CIHIInwadyaalrr sr ale to iCar Jt LS 1el M2k t JI if w FINE BUSINESS FOR SALE I 0 I goto tFoods At Shelby City Ky It is a alee 1clean stock and well worth tbo mon sowandand see me PEORQE HUNH KO Shelby City Ky SALEIIto go to a wanur forEIdles comfortable uoiuo and all ccceuary outbuildings ciders an orchard from 8 to 15 years old Guar ter mllo from Duddcrnra will on DbTrI frolour miles east of and four miles south of Lancaster ItIPlllr to PROF J D DATSON Gilberts Creek K- yCONCRETING h WeftrtluncMltlontndnnlllUndi of eon raTernntaandsaneyoo fMforonPHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I t f IIItbonnotor for funeral purposes nIPleto CnR1HTAANORRFY1100NGNur Nuns rd Ky SWIllICIIIAI new fall and winter samples are toady for your Inspection Tire rnuinrlBw thn best on the market I can utnny one as to price who clothes made to order A ataito your measure te Ibis ready made clotueo To 11 1quaUtyand let too tax rw mtwtn IL Q ks84F MM FneUetl Tali rf FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Write for Free Catalogue No Ageals H F HILLENMEYER A SONS Lexington Kentucky Je L Beazoey 8t CO o Undertaken and Embalm Sri Alao Dealers is Far- Snare Mattiag Rug8 TIter will exakange Furniture for all Kind of Stock InetirAllili KEN TUCK II ftH rh- H It rliiIL 7 to ii jd1 1 TUKSOAY DKCEMUKIl IMtb 1910 THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL FAUX r i 1 l- hfr 1 t l r 1i a rre at 1 i by a or t 4 p I I = I f 1 k i t A Etc v vrI s t+ Special fountain pens for scoot ule 76 c nUl and I12C at Pennys Drug 4 I 1 Prof J W Ireland was In Clncln noXl bn bvslnww last week Mlwos Jennie and Cnarlotto War rh were In Ixtulnv1llo last week ror a hart May Sth lUnnflli StoRnr of Crab Orch art wan hors with Mrs C U Cole wan last weak Jars Ague S Horrln Crab Orel nrrt spent evornj dfya hero teat wOol tbo pVjWit of Mre Mnry 1omiy and Mrs JAate Warron- AJr and bin J S Uajyjhman nt tended the tho Contra Kentucky Millers AMocltUon at Lox r Hubble of Lincoln county tft lu Louisville for the arias and and Ia nt the Soelbach Louis e Traylor lelt for Pads Mondo whom make hte homo lu tho future as that Is Mr Traylors now Mrs Fannie Todd of Chicago ID here for n few days Her mother Mrp Nancy Logan will return with her Kd A White who has been In Poncn CV7 nouu sad eta er n lnu in thu Heel for the past several years is f l 1k home for a short visit to hli brother W V hlte and family Mr and Mrs Toe Forrls let thla week over the Qr l C for Orlando Fin where they will spend tho Will tcrwlth Mr und Mm George Kellor Danville Mosnenger friends In Stanford have received the following Invitation Rev Alex w order Stuart Molfett D U lavltes you tfl be present you to be present at the marriage of his daughter May Craig to Rev John Crawford Cren Shaw on the evening of Wednesday tho 21st of December at half attar five oclock Second Presbyterian church Lebanon Kentucky Mrs Johu H Jackson of Stanford was visiting relatives hero and at lJt bUrg this week A flub girl baby was born on Inst Saturday to Mrs Robert Jockson of PlttuburK Mrs Jackson was formerly Miss Bettl jacKson one of Londons loveliest young girls The toad father was so happy over the new arrival that In to relatives in London ho stated that the young lady weighed 20 or 25 pounds London Echo In renewing for his paper for anoth er year Mr W 8 Tartar ot More tUe editor rhe nnrtflr U se luJCh lund writes these pleasnt Wusu W H like a Ut4Y from home and It tells us all of the news In tn0 county but the reason it so stood Is because we have such a good May be emtliut to build U up day by dad Christmas Be i On i Before you know it Dont be among those who put buying off until the last moment We arc offering many attractions to Christmas buyers Cloaks Suits Skirts Furs ViAnd Waists fiI fyIi going Gut Prices Save yourself Christmas money buying cloak suitat Cut Prices iWe have moray useful articles such as- Mndkerehiefs Gloves Suspenders Hosiery MuffTops SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY 7store tPERSONALS ol ntfoUngoC weekh vllJewllapi1d1trs Whowill hoadquartors telephoning Will Top Of You IJItdome Mr and Mrs J G arwutv and I children of Crab Orchard are guests of her father Mrt U llurttnan Mss Nancy Yeagor will leavo In a fww days for Pitta burg Ia where she vlll spend the winter with hor aunt Mrs J E Johnson and take a special couru In music under a noted waif icr of that city Miss Yeagcr will be grunts mUHrt In the younger social pojiularJatotatl1Io ltqmrla hotel M the result of liU immlylJc ftiokw anil late many frIendS atta usoasy over his condition A number of young friends of liAr 17Itctnhnrt stunned linn nt bJi homo on nIt Math street last Prtda titgnf And a most enJoyaUlo evening was had Among those present wen Mr Kd Rankin and Mug Kate David iliney Mr Kuxioll Drown and Mien turn fhuucollo Mr Harris Colemun and Miss Elizabeth Htgklns Mr riiorona Coleman and Miss Sallln fur dottc Mr Lcator UUannon and MlM Miry Kllzabcth MoKlnno Mr Will lact blcgleton and MUs Llcclo HolU ClAW Mr Mike Penny and Miss Nancy Yragor Mr Joseph Hopp r and MUs Vlrfilnla Mahoney Mr Jamea Cooper and Miss Elsie Coleman Mr I Wculoy Krabry and Miss Grace Urody Sir Cora Carter and Mls Lytes Coop nr Miss Margaret Hopper MUs Clau idea Knloii f SHORT LOCAL NEWS Ullzzurrt fronts at W H Higglns KOOIDS for rent 0 E Palturson tf Fresh cuke to day and Friday w- Ill fltgtlns Tbe light behind tho court boupn clock nt night helps a lot Substantial Christmas presents W A Tribbles Watches jewelry cut glass solid sliver etc at Muellers Lost Gold Confederate Hag pin huward for return to this otflqe SV See Santa Cloua In tho window of Corfu k Coleman also the Xmn tree Plrturlso to Howlnnd for good and cheap pictures only CO centslrdozen Frank Cordler The nicest line of china were lut town at George II Farrls Its mighty cold driving BOW See our rise Use of tap rob8 storm J1Ct 1 1 t4 iC I Hwrfc Just tho thing for Christmas gifts That china at George H Karris Youre wondering what to give for Chrlstrons Come to Muellers Weve got Just what you want rJhrrcs nothing nicer for a Christ tillS present than a picture See our line nnd how reasonably we ten them J L Keatley dt Co I Letters for Ih0 following are unuill ad for In the Stanford post ottuo Henry Cotfey C T Cast a Woalaj Peck Mrs Montlo Kindrex U D ICbnlublll9IIIt began snowing this morning Tho govcrnmcnt6 weather forecast nays Cloudy and freezing shippers utiould protect from 25 degress Headquarters for Santa Clnus In Stanford Fine candles fruits nuts and Christmas toys of nil description at prices that will make you open your eyes J D Horton Every hat trimmed and untrimmed going at cokL Wo have to do this to make room or spring goods Miss Klla May Saunders Art pictures make nice Christmas presents See them at tho Sacray Studio Stanford For ttenLUtsaccount or the buM DOM I will rent my store with a nice duelling of four rooms kitchen and ball and Iront porch and n fine etc torn at the door A good barn fine garden and all necessary outbuilding will rent at a bargain at llartwell Ky Casey county A fine place for but LOSS Call on or write to J W Had Belt fc Son Kldda Store Wanted to rent a house of 4 or Grooms In Stanford or vicinity Apply to A 0 Coanott Logan avenue Fresh supply ot tint good Hex coal 16 cents delivered W S k E It Dcnham Theres no better candy for Christmas thnn Allcgratls Oct a box for your girl at the New Stanford Drug Co 8fa For Hale Itcstaurant bakery soda fountain etc living room above A good stand and splendid business Tne place Is well furnUhed and the stock of groceries cigars etc are new This la a good chance for some one to make good money For further particulars seo L It Hughes or W L McCary Stanford Ky Diamond Cuff Buttons To reduce my stock of diamond cuff buttons 1 will give a discount of 20 per cent On them W H Muoller Stanford r A BARGAIN 7012 acres of land In Lincoln conn ty About 45 acres of fine tobacco boltonJiIltmdur buildings are old Good chance fQr KOtneono to make money Price 3GQJ Sea L H Hughes or W U MrCarty For Solo 10 snares ot Hustonvtlle- National Bank stock Apply at this office it fe- UIOro jiiurfo hag ijota MB 1tceRof ondgsat SbOlY utSvlo ticorFo Luns- ortlt Mr ljumi wlft pln the rpst 01 Ms ininlly In MmlI1R Hunn advertised i his utoek of goods In tho I J and Mr Lunoforcl IB one of pits valued subscribers Tlje moral Is ob Ious Dont lorget th0 baiaar and ox chariso to bo given by the ladles of the Uaptlftt church Thursday flee 21 In tho retie of post office John HoLY of Paint Lick fs going to tale an old fasbtoned Southern Chris mutt dinner for n number rtf his Con derate comrades of thin section text Friday Goo P Bright of this Ur has accepted an invitation lo attend Many persons find thumservos af ccted with a persistent cough after nn attack of Jnfluenea As this cough lan bo promptly cured toy tho use of JhomberlHlns Cough Homed It hould not be allowed to run on until It becomes troublesome Sold by Pen iya Drug Store p BETSYS POINTERS Shes a clover woman who pays as witch attention to the dressing of her table as her figure neither should be slighted In regard to groceries I find ccnplulo uatlsfictlon In having my uccdts attended to by Cofley and Coleman We have all kinds of fruits nuts and candles for Xriiae COFfEY k COLEMAN Phone 1W Prompt Delivery Y i Atehtlr d 1 4 The greatest danger from Influent IH of Ha resulting In pneumonia lhls can be obviated by using Chamber loins Cough Remedy an It not onlY cures inflcnza but contract any tetid ency of the disease towards pneu monln Sold by Pennys Drug Store Much Ado About Nothing by the by the nigh school pupils Js at opera house next Tuesday night and Is be lug looked forward to with great Interest You will find all kinds of fnnny ar licit blade cake candle and dressEd fowls at llio Uhptisl Ladles Hazao and pxchungu Thursday 12 C Carman and J W Whayloj inllTvay mall clerks on the K C have boon ordered by the postofflcc dephrt wont to put their layoff time at work during the Christmas holidays Ant they do not receive any extra pal- Par thus service either Jluy your Christmas ribbon from Miss Kiln May Saunders You gijt them at cos- tPatron of lock boxes at post of flee will please rend notice posted In post qfflcu lobby in regard to the delivery of mall through lock boxes and kindly comply with request Yon will want to send out state meats the first of the year Let the I J print your bill heads Wo do good work at lowest prices Tlicrc nil be a Christmas tree and church social at the Christian church itt Hubble Ky on Friday evening Deo 23rd The Sunday school of of Mo Kludrce church especially Invited to participate Free for all Make your wife happy Xmas with one of our nlco furniture sets J L duotley CoIYou want good Christmas candy nuts and fruits at low prices See our big stock before you buy Dohon Curorbell Mr Merchant Just remember that the Interior Journal is read by 15000 people twice a week if you have any thing tosay to them about Christmas goods you can do so In no surer or morn certain way The Interior Jour nal covers Lincoln like a linetoothed comb and sends hundreds of papers every Issue Into Canard Boyle HOCK castle Casey and PulajrtJ counties A word to the wise Is sufficient This is the season of decoy and weakened vitality good health Is hard to retain If youd retain yours tort fy your wltr Hollisters tacky Mountain TeaJtbe surest way 35 tents Tea or rablet Shugars and Tanner ft Ho k 1 tlis- We ever OM ItucKlrM Th sari nrwtn for uree ot CiUal that CBM IM rand b7 Hurt Ctunb Clue F J ClIIKEV A CO Tolrto O wh the utMknUmd lour Down F J Ctwarr tor the lut U haft sod twllm him prrtfttly boo crabiB In ul bmHMM trmiuKtloDi and CautUtlf tie to Bury ut wiy obtt ktlou male tr bill arm WALDINO KIXNAM A M tX- Wholnolro OrutiliU Toledo O nail talrrb COlt taunullr rttiz instflrrcUr poo tbe bloOd nuooun nirtacr of UK TnUmonUhi Sent ttn Free3 nil pet iiyfc nU nrvnrMJL e JlaSt rataMf BU for eorutrpitloa The City Council has authorized the Chief of Police to appoint six dopiMcs during Christmas to prevent till ue of fireworks of kinds Notuo Is hereby given Utnt the law will be strictly enforced B D Car ter Chief of Police 824 Wanted Everyone to come and pay mo the doctor Cannot live on water fresh air sunshine nnd snow stanjltordWA GIAll unpaid accounts of the Huston vllle Holler Mill Co not paid by the lt of J nun wU ha put ltothi lands oran attorney for collection Phis means everybody 822 TO OUR LNCOLN FRIENDS You have a special Invitation to aspect our Christmas holiday line onslfltlnB of Cut Otiss Arts and rafts were Ivory Art work Lowneye andles toys In fact aiythl g you nay want for p present for old or oung We eon save you money Reynolds A Evans- Junction City Ky As executrix of the estate of Miss Ihoda Iiinsford I will on court da- ynll oclock P M JANlAKY Mh 1911 sell the following bank stovk hares First National flank 2 shareij In Lincoln County National Think and H 12 shares In the State Dank k I rust o of Stnrford Ky I MATTIE V KIIHIY KxX I 84GInew five room cottage three porches pantry hall etc large barn 10 stalls I hd and good loft Buggy house hen house etc The place la watered buildings all now and renoI Ing good This Is a good farm and I w1U sell at a bargaU price only ltiS PN acre Apply to n Hughes A B C Dlnnlddle of HustoBvllle tns accepted a position as saleman for the Sweeney lraVellngI oaipany the hustling wDoe frs of Junction CltrMi rill Mate UCM A good many a 0 to L+ r How ieys A fool and his mon ey soon part says Judge Wise but a I wise man buys his Xmas presents from 4 thefollowinglistofuseful If R wearens PHOENIX MUFFLERS 50c to 1 c NECKTIES25 50 and 5150 HATS ALL PRICESfUMBRELLAS 50c to 10 SUIT CASES1 to1iSOPS SUITSot 1 toJ2ISUSPENDERS 25to 2IrecSILKCSHIRTSSWEATERS 50c to3iCOLLAR BOXES 1 to MENS BELTS 25c to 2 HANDKERCHIEFS Large assort ment Ladles shoes in Velvet Suede or Patent Cuff Links Scarf Pine or tear Mufflers In New Designs= 25c to hr r ft t ftltaiEtIPLt411 I THls TORE IS THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNERBMAR 311Tf4E 4- y fMI Neckwear 1 i 4 t t to We are showing large assortment lor it the holidays W W VU t W E PERKINSli t IL CRAB ORCHARD I KEirfuC1tA e8ISUGGESTIONS FOR THAT c XMAS GIFT Fancy Jabots Umbrellas Black Silk Hose Collar and Cuff B xcs Colored Silk Hose Suit Cases IBelts New Velvet Hoard B ageJWool Scarfs Toys Galore Combs and Barrettes Costars AND ANYTHING YOU WANT IN UPTO DATE DRY GOODS SHOES NOTIONS ETC HUGHES MARTINCo Dry Goods Notions Shoe STANFORD KENTUCKY L 1 e It1 4 riit stv- u I r- u fIt t- yNI N 99ut THE STANFORDKENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL TUKSDAY DKC12MUKR 20tb 1910 j I H Lthat Xmas Gilt er tN e have everything that would gsatkea heart glad desfrom 25c to 150 Garfs 25c to 250 HSioenix Mufflers 50c to 150 mkvSox5c to 200 SSii ts 25c to 250i SmtCases 75c to 850 menders lOc to 100 moat Sweaters 25c to 350 k iSkHandkerchiefs 25c and 50c Wiealso have the Worlds stan iarrJTd Clothing Griffon brand rara1 Vests Odd Trousers Rain j 3satsvercoats and Cravenettes W 39 JUnossett Shoe and Stetson Hats RobinsonStanford Ky eShOysters WED IN ANY STYLE 3I jg3 IF L1- WTW11 SIT mSBtlralrllt CarLRON Prop TTFOR BALE PRIVATELY mtff tarm et 105 acres near M- ayrcr1rK Good Iciprovocnents all JI M rirj Outbuildings well watered jmmt gt d orchard 1WI vTMM ROBERTS Maywood Ky at ou 153 Gn RENT OR SALE mtiiif t4 for tobacco bal SA 1M NO FOR THE RIDE or driver woo poor barccss When made ar harness can be bought here so H Is mans OWl fault if he the risk of bcyini nail order ProU XIIII f nrn SANTA I Ifas his headquarte- rsiIJa1ur I store this week y borne to see Ik himWi 93H S SANDERS1MII a a a1 Xe Want 1fj 4 TInke VS f0Biing hem in nce end we will the highest LJbitke prices OMB Northcoit TB1X+ Tudor Mgr i t CPI1QW I I 1 r rry vs L l Crtt 3IIBtQiKoYllle contalning aercLteur aa iIJMe F a111teafa orcoro004J SYMPATHY buys necessary honestly guaranteed reasonably a tikes lra catalogue t iIii IDA rBYtI WE PAY R HIGHEST CASH PRICE 51 For All Kinds of Farm Produce WANTEDA 5 LAND k IUOHAXAN BIIII I IROrluiuxPaN00 petheadRemedyto permonthAidsOlgeMlonvery rapidly This remedy Is used raisersthroughoutand lot us tell you About It Solo by ray Stanford Drug Co Tbattlump of lean at K i stomach aa all etoiaacb din tins will ranljh la site minuted when 311 vtn stomach tablets are taken Guaranteed byO L Penny to cure r1U MOUR 0 DV ba k THE FARM S Car of Owl llrand Cotton Seed Meal at J 11 Unuglnnan l Co Price 13 per ton 8V2 I will grade tobacco at 1 per hun dred furnish hands Rood tyora nnd strippers and will make your crop Into twlftn or cigars at 20 cents per I l mpd Lot mo have your crops W G Dunn Crab Orrtcuard Ky There came to my piace on Green river near Jumbo one male hog about C months old black with sandy spots weight when he came to place 40 pounds Owner con get same for paying for his Keep and other charges Hog has been In my possession since Septomoor last Allen Murphy Stray hop at my place Owner can get same by paying for this notice and keep Jas leaser for rest 100 ncrefnrnl Write Thompson Urosi Kings Mountain Ky LOtIttd steer weighing about 775 pounds nub horns Reward for return to James Yowell Hustonvllle Having sold the St Asaph hotel We have for sale cheap five nlco Jersey cows Rood milkers also threo two yenr old and E yearling Jersey hell ersall full blooded and tine clock Farris and Hardin Stanford SJ7 LOKt2 boar shoats black loft ears cropped weight about 40 pounds Liberal reward N W Fowle Stan ford Dexter Ballou sold to K C Eagle man this week 11 shoals at 7 cents Wm Beck has boueut a red Miller bull for the coming season It Is n fine one 1ho Richmond Climax says The turkey market seems to have taken n sudden leap upward There art ninny more In the country thau was 5xpcctcd fmc the Christmas trade promises to bo lively Mr A U Uott the export poultry man purchased a drove of 330 Friday and gave a check for 708 for tbe lot which is perhaps the biggest price ever paid for ono drove In this county Mr Charles Kmbry of the EmbryMoberly Co at Waco purchased from Sloe Lantur of this section fifty rat turkeys for vhieh he paid 180 Mr Kmbry says innt this hi the biggest chock he ever viQte for ono drove of twrkeji He also purchased from William Oldhaa 21 fat one for 8250 Frank Smith bought 2r barrels M corn from WUI June lard week pay inn him SJS5 In the crib Jones ft Lute bought HP Ivogp ui from G 1t to 7 c tiUi from ltelehen bash grog and John Murifliy A ilectolon was roacbed at Lex ington last Wednesday by the Ken tucky Wool drowor Association in I session at the Phoenix Hotel to pool tilt wool crop IU1011 1e4 yeas the wool pool was to succowfut Jiut the leaders were prnctifally unani mous In i virrT franoiher pool Tbi was tin most Important action taken at the meeting most of the other t unasn on hand being of a routine nature IIlckQrywnlrJnsecond hand acts of bU harass hogsdhighcame andterXfKf The sale of John G Lynn near HUE tnnvllle last Thursday was well at tended and everything sold well Mr V U Mutton of Somerset who own ed the larm comprising 270 acre sold It to Stanley Stevens The tarn liCK three miles from Hustonvlllo on tin ML Saloon pike and is a good one Mr Lynn sold 70 fine fat hogs nt 8 cents a pound blxty sheep at J3S3 hop head milk tows at prices running front jac to 170 hay at 75 cents per hundred and some mules at 5eau and o7 per pair Mr Lynn and family will icavo sown to locate In Uonenberg Texas CINCINNATI MARKETS Cincinnati December OttoCatlo- lteeeipts1t4I head mark nclvo nnd strong 10t 15 cents hlghor fall to good shoppersl7tyiO eominon Ui1tGti Hogs Kucemt 6168 market active and strong bntohdra and shippers J7fc34f7J common Ki7fxfr780 heup rccelpl t91 mar ket steady ji jt3V Lauhx Market steady and quiet Ji76 t SC STOCKHOLDERS MEETING A meeting of the stockholders of till National Hank of Hustonvllle will bn held at their banking house in Hifttonvlllt the second Tuesday in January itlll between 9 and 12 A M for the purpose of electing directors to servo the ensuing year J WHocker Cashier STOCKHOLDERS MEETING A meeting of the stockholders of the First National Dank of Stanford will Ii0 held tit their banking house the second Tuesday In January 1911 fqr tho purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year H CRaughman Cashier STOCKHOLDERS MEETNIO A inoetint of the stockholders tf robs Lincoln Comity National Hank of Stanford will be hold at their banking noise the second Tuesday In Janu Dry 1911 lor the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year Wt M Brjght Cashier STOCKHOLDERS MEETING A nieetlite of the sto noidenj re tUo Crab Orchard Banking Cotppany- will be held at tbo banking house at Crab Orchard toe Bxwnd Tuesday in January 1911 between f oed n A JI tor the pjirposc of electing dlt 5te sate the rui= ST tetz f PUBLIC SALE mayHaving farm preparatory to going west I will on Thursday December 29th 1910 at 10 oclock a m dispose of the fol lowing personal property 1 good work horse 1 extra brood snare Is a Rood worker 1 Studpbnkor wagon almost now 1 good buggy 1 milk cow n good one 2 fat hogs will weigh about 800 pounds each about M chickens 18 bushels or Irish po tatoes 8 or ten barrels of corn few farming Implement all nearly now household and kltcheu furniture In eluding new cooking stove etc Will also sell nbout 4000 pounds ot tobacco If not disposed of before T W HUTCHISON Gilberts Creek Ky Farm For Sale Or will trade for small property end take the This farm dlrfereRctIleast 70 acres two good room house and halt and good out building 1 good tobacco barn which will hold 12 acres of tobacco good young orchard of 260 trees of beat selected fruit such as apples poach es pears and cherries good bored weU S3 feet deep stands 48 feet of wl with three rooms and outbulldingr and well and orchard of same number or trees and ump kind of fruit This farm lies about mile and halt south of McKinney about one mile from railroad and school 25 acres of cleared land realty for tobacco and live acres In timothy meadow This la the the cncapett farm in Lincoln county at the price C R BKAWNER McKlnney Ky FOR SALE A No 1 hanging Fork farm of 362 acres well Improved and well watered J C miles from Danville Lancaster and Stanford on Danville and lan twister turnpike 1 mile from 2 churches good school store and blACK MMlth shop rural roat0 runs by door Dwelling of 6 rooms and two cotnwo diane porches comparatively new I large burn two tobacco Morns other neoeesary outbuildings all lu good re JrttU For further information apply to Goo F BrlKBt Agent Stanford Ky RHEUMATISM CURED BY THE MARVEL OF THE CENTURY 0 B n1FST ED FOR 30 YEARSIAcbln bones swollen Joins pel manontly cured through the blood with pure Uotoniral ingredients To prove It we will send you n Sample Treatment Free If you have bone pains sciatica or iootlng palnr up nnd down llic leg aching back or shoulder blades sol len Joints or swoMen muscles dlffl culty In moving around so you have to me crutches blood thin or skin pate skin itches and bums shilling I alas bad brwith lumbago gout Do rdmoves every symptom B sends a rich Ungitng Hood of worm rich pure blood direct to the paralyzed nerves bones and joints giving warmth and strength Jut where it Is needed and in this way making a perfect lasting cure of rhou matUnt In all Its forms B B B has made thousands of cures or rheumatism alter all otnnr medicines liniments nnd doctors nave tailed to help or cure UIUUUIHTS or by express 1 PKK IAHCK UOT TLK aKNT FREE by writing BlooO Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe your trouble and free medical advice glv On Sold by Sbugars and Tanner WRiTE ME FOR PRICES ON HIGH GRA06 j COTTONSEED MEALjI HANDLE THE BEST MEAL MADE AND CAN NAME A DELIVERED PRICE ON ANY QUANTITY ANY PLACE WILLIAM A DURNETT I BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE KY Kentucky Agencr for Owl Brand IfetabUshcd 1901 FURS I JOHN WHITE CO AND HIDESHIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wtol on CianlMltn Writ fx pries list menlloUa this ad EaUUUhed 1687- LOUISVILLEKY LIu IIrau1u raiilt-I PROFESSIONAL AND- BUSINESS CARDS III IBIIBB11R1MBIIII W P Kincaid C Hays Foster KINCAIO A FOSTER INSURANCE Firs Life and Accident Onice Stitt Bank A Trust Co Surctr hoods STANFORD K- YMINKS HOTEL Abe Minks Prop J Moreland Ky Yew hotel and stable opposite de pot Special rates to traveling men HverythJng brand new Sirgle rooms R M NEWLAND Representing The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co The leading annual dividend Com pang Its distinction Is duo to adder encu of successive managements to the principle of mutuality W W DUROIN- DBNTIST Office at Residence CRAB ORCHARD KY DR T W PENNINGTON Dentist Hours 8MM2 AM and 1 to 40131 iotllo Myors House flats Stanford Ky DR W N CRAIGIOlucV over 11 J Mcllobwia Store Stanford Ky PRESSED STANDING SJAMTCAL VANIZED ROOFING Large Quantities carried In EADS TIN SHOP StoekI Phone 114 WILL ADAMS Livery all kinds of hauling Fur niture packingphone U3 MACCABEESA Deputy State Commander Stanotrd Ky STANFORD TENT NO7 Meets 4th Monday Slgat MASONS MEETING Lincoln Ixxls So eo It A 1 will meet In stated CODunuDl aUon on ewer flat sad third Monday nluhtt ctrnch month nt Ttso rrIkofalIJ J BELDEN House Carriage and Sign Painting DecorativePaper hanging BugI Trimming and Repairing Shop over Aldrldges Blacksmith Shop J J BELDEN JOHN COOK Surgeon and dentist nlmalldlleaae L N TI7RE TABLE 1011 Month l1 tat rM No a 4OathIO1 A r- Nos4 orb40 A IIIIMo n North 5H r M NotT10ftlX M NoSiIItoPw JOS R RICE Agent STIRRING TIMES we are having In the building line We carry a full line of lime plaster cement and everrthlng else needed for building Everything purchased sere will be found of the best qUAIl ty and tho best for intended purposeJWo will save you trouble and nary expense by sending to MS for aa estimateJ ALLEN Stanford Ky FARM FOR SALE- I will sell prvately my farm of about 2U acres mile and half from Huntonvllle on Danville pike Has i boufp nt seven rooms all other neces J l It sari Improvements and splendid water Caw glee lutaeesslen sooo J C NEAL MorelanJ Ky R E irl rIM S POSTED Ir r III I RI I t I 00Irho hunting upon us and nearly everyone wants to post his pktce The charge Is tt cents cask I with name i K U Uonhatn T A Wet IJ W Hughn M J Hoffman I 1 K 1A reflex J 11 Acton- J S Harris J W llauRhraan Fred Daumonn David Bteveui- H 11 Baughman J II Haughman Nevin Carter Oliaoton k Campbell I Frank Cordlor Will Cordier Christ Jacob M 11 Lytle 4 Dr J G Carpenter James Smith Mw Mattlo White W It Daughertyr H C Anderiol John M Uooca A r Traylor M Anderson I J A Potter J 11 Thompson O P Newland J II Bustle i Hurls k Woods H Curtis Mrs MatUe H llcwes Gus Oeluil John M Carter Fred VonOruenlganJ J Blllott X Klelbasa Jocob Gander Misses Sallie and Uettlo Carter w J H Carter P W Ifc S Garner K H artlrIJas M Carter Sr Mrs K L H C Baughman A J Jobn P W Carter J W Peak t- CM Allen Mrs It It Carpenter T 1 Baughman We Cordially Invite You II 11 To Sell Your Tobacco With Us 1 As usual we topped the market Monday at S11 We sold over 200000 pounds last week with a better average than Lexing ton and the best average of any house in DanvilleThe d house in Kentucky and an experienced JI Auctioneer always tells the story Damiilt Tobacco Warehouse Company f O ftATJoj 1r ==Jo =