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SAM DUNCAN DIES AT LANCASTER Spanish War HOUSE BURNS DOWN STANFORD, LINCOLN MAD D0Q BITES MANY DOGS IN TOWN. COUNTY. KENTUCKY. PLEAD TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5. 1011, E KUY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY Mr. nnd Mr. Shcrley Klkin nro being showered with congrntuln since the nrmnl of n handsome little son at tho home. Tlio Morning Bridge Club met with Miss Jonn Mount on Friday. The C. V. II. M. Auxilinry hnd eliurgc of Ihe services Sundnymorn-int- r at the Christian church nnd rendered n most interesting progrnin Thn following gnvo instructions nnd comprehensive addresses: J. B. Kincnid, R. K. MeRob-ert- s, Lmmn G. Knuffmnn, V. A. Trice nnd Win. Burnett. Mr. John Rose hns sold a hnlf of his grocery store nnd meat to Mr. Roscoo Whitlock, of Madison. Mrs. James A. Roy.ston gnvc a six o'clck dinner nt her home in Hill Court, the honor guest being Mrs. W. S. Miller, of Knoxville. Services were held nt the Presby-teriii- n church Friday and Saturday evening preparatory to commuuion services on Suudny morning. Mrs. John M. Mount entertained the Embroidery Club Friday afternoon. Inviting refreshments were served by Jhe gracious hostess. Mnrcus White nnd Miss Elizabeth Kronddus of this county droe to the city of Danville and were united in the holy bonds of wedlock. Miss Carrie Bell Romans was a charming little hostess on Thanksgiving at a party given to h number of her young friends. Dainty refreshments were served by Miss Romans. Mr. II. II. Northcott, the produce and poultry buyer, of this place, shipped 3,500 turkeys to the eastern markets during tho two weeks before '1 hank.sgiving paying from 11 to 12 1 2 cents a pound. Elder F. M. Tinder, the popular pastor of the Christian church has been chosen as one of the two delegates to attend the National League convening in Mes-dames Rt Anti-Salo- McNAMARAS GUILTY (ANOTHER DANGEROUS WAREHOUSE BLAZE. Denhams Sustain Heavy Loss fn Early horning Fire and Macks- villc Is Threatened. Ilnd the wind curly last Friday morning been a little stronger, oi blowing toward tho west instead of the cast, it is probable that Macks-ill- c, tho negro settlement north of the rnilrond. would have been wiped out. Asit wns, only thu hardest kind of work by tho volunteer fire department, saved a big portion of it from biing burned to tho ground. A fire which broke out in the hay warehouse of W. S. and B. 11. Dcn-hamen, about 4 tho coal nnd ft-to'clock that morning, wiped out the y negro tenwarehouse, und ements, one owned by I'ostmuster J. C. Florence, and thA other by l'at-ti- c Tho Messrs. Admiis, colored. Denham hnd $250 itisurnnco on their wnrehousc nnd its contents, hut neither of the two tenements destroyed, wns insured. The Denham brothers figure their loss over nnd above their insurance, to be close to $1,200 for they lost two fine horses in the warehouse, n large quantity of baled hay. n now grist mill, which hud just been received, nnd a quantity of corn, wheat and out. "Notwithstanding the cold nnd the eaily hour, n big crowd turned out to the fire, for n fire will draw 'em out in Stanford when nothing else will. Hill Mention gave n timely alarm with. tho whistlo of the K. C. engine which remains nil night on k the nenr the depot, nnd the firo Inddics got busy in n hurry. Two lio&o were put to work and the firo checked at a time ihen it seemed thnt other houses were hound to go up in Humes. The .hose working from the west just did begin its work on the home of Joe Chcn-nu- lt in time five minutes .more and it would have blared, so close were the flames npproaching. .Mr. W. S. Denham inclines to the liclicf that spnrks from the K. C. engine, which was getting up steam preparatory to starting on its early morning inp to .tinysviuc. sei me warehouse on fire, as he bays there are no grounds to belie; e that the fire was started by an incendiary or through some other agency. two-storside-truc- JUDGE MENEFEE GOES AFTER BOOTLEGGERS Slaps Heavy Fines Upon Negroes Who Ordered Three Gallons Of Whisky "to Divide" Mar(J Hcrr,ng., Veteran, , Home Ncar Destroyed Monday tonvllle And Brother of Mrs. Charlotte Warren, of This City . I i ii it-- !. t of tlio death nt Lancaster Sunday of Copt. Samuel MeKco Duncan nt bin homo in thnt city, caused a profound shock to his many friends und relatives hero, his slate of health for some tirao past hud caused many to fenr that the end might come nt nny . tmie. He had been in poor henlt i omo o nm, u nIm(18t in ru!n. , for n number of years. Ucntl. qmq to " hon camo huddenly, while ho was wolk-- 1 Uwho could - house, but nil fug in h baeic yard driving out a hog. Urn sister, Miss Jennie J spamled quickly, but were unable to Duncan, wua watching him nt thu have much, mid tho house nnd con-lithrough n window nnd rushed l(,t8 wcru practically n completo .,!. ..on. in- ...... wui-ir u Iuuu ..I... i ouu ...... !!. tn , llllt iMr jiornnjj cnrneii it was tod Into nnd life was extinct suruuee on the building, which was when he was reached. $1,500. CnpL Duncnn was about ftl yean valued nt nbout $1,200 or Ho served ns enptniu of Keep your homo always protected "Company L in the Second Kentucky by insuring with J. D. Wenren, tho during the SpuniMi-Aiucregiment It mn war. He had never married, but Insurance Man of Stanford. is survived by two brothers nnd live McKINNEY NEWS histtrs, John Duncnn, of Onrrnrd, und Win. Duncan, of Louisville, and Mr. Charlotte Warren, of StanMr. K. J. Tanner nnd daughter ford, Mrs. W. O. Bradley, of Frankvisited Mrs. Tanner's mother, Mrs. Jenfort, Mrs. Pnttio Gill and Mini nie Duncan, of Inncnstcr nnd Mrs. Owens nt Junction City Inst week.. Mr. John A. Howe, of llnrrimnn Wj S. Klkin, of Atlnntn, Gn. CnpL Duncan wns n splendid Tenn., wns tho guest of Miss Coth-t'l'iilititcn mid respected nnd esteemed Murphy Inst week. by nil who knew him. He made a. Mr. C. C. Singleton wife and son fine record during tho war nnd his have ictumed from Floyds Switch comrmles nnd loved ones wil mourn more. Ho wns a fuith-f- where they visited Mrs. Singleton's "that hois no menber of the Christian church parents. Tho Literary Society will meet nt and an honorable, upright citizen I... ...ll.nnl linlioii lnilflt lllirll t f I t in eery sense nf the word. It is pTohahle that the funeral I, interesting program , .( , uill he hlId Tuesday afternoon. 11 JIIltlllKv'l J" Iw iit"a .. . ACflM Sir. Jncohs returned Iioinc Monday ' BASKbl Mvrt Oiftoun onLU with his brido nnd is receiving con- 0plS With Two Games By Local grnlnlnlions from hU many friends Team$ Saturday. who are glnd to welcome Mrs. Jacobs to her new home. fitting clo-- e to tin- - holiday. ;A M(s u ifv;UMU Owens mid JlisS "fTni;rMt,1T,.":n0,U lW",T 'In-a HuMo were in Stanford shop. Monday. "Uafa!kybV the VupitM of the Stnn- - l TJnM-- i Mrs. Owens from Somerset is tho eroded school nnd high school' Xm icirtrf playwl it fine gnmoion guest of Mr. S. M. Owens nnd family nrny afternoon. The Humlile Kiffe & Jones tho produce mcr-illebut they were in no sense .)nls i,5ppwj cnrload of nice tur- y " t.. Lexington this week for the m?" .Tw High Schooli team, . . lo "''- by Ihe small margin cfH WJ 1MN h VTheU'Oul throwinghight The report of our graded schoold for fourth month. Tho following Ha Vvrfen for the MfMMnn;iirct Heck for nilj wi-itnnlv nor nbsent ' " .. .1 -. il tho numis iJWU went me ieniiircM(irJng , Oi in? imrB0u gnme. i ne yuuuK 2- - Ivn Duncan, Frank Mar1adiie44(inc nuu-i- i credit for tho Grade tin, Hubert Hargis. i.htiHMtlKy hlvyniade in t.o nhorl tim'ind tuplHv Mrtrgnret Hocker Grade 4. Tnbithn Martin, Oscar is Jtt'mueMptwiM for her work us Cumliff. Average attendance for month 2." 'nliiht hud thtvir k'nine i.nles nnd 27 females. tlm Heds made the The Yidlowft-Rti- d Wo thnnk Mr. Williams of Huston- . ,t ill lenifUi. : icitrij uuu m our '" U "' " Stnrrwl. for the reds, nnd UKm Coleman for lown. and nlt-- for the information llipSilllwtvfclWiili was ns ftil- - ho gn-- us eonccming tho canning InVnlo Kds M(Jvty, Waters, II. , ,f deiVetcd tomatoes hut we aro 'Hw-tiJames i .t rllini (10 compliment ;' p.t '.' r im. v l As his town has no factory, our na- ;. C. ( o i emnn. ililBftirJYriii TliTtii j wr' wonhl not lie necessary, nut ' flitrayfo TftB'JoriJM jy . jtliere nro Home uiiiigs iiiui wc iihuk 'ch't -- ' '" iV tiL ' WimTTMIAft CtiHOLDERS him on nnd if hit could ndvit-" I thinks he would like to linvo it pleuso Sgf Hi Rll'l'll. n i UU Tllio hnre- - i.,h'ie uccoidim.'ly nnd we will sup- t ' -lXCunty Xnttoiml .,iv w advice that ho seems so much IiIIHb f ' ifWeot dir- - ;,, mc, f. NewH ' ' 1 Tho frotno residence of Millard Herring, h prominent fnnncr of tho Hinlonvillo pike, living nhout n milq nnd n half this side of Hustonvillc, burned to tho ground nbnoul noon 'Mnnduj'. The blaze caught from u dofcctlvo tluo in the kitchen, as I Mrs. Herring was building n tire to cook dinner. Mr. Herring wns on the hnck part ,r tlu nlurr nt (he time, and hlistcil- - And Much Fear Is Felt For School Children One Victim Already Shows Rallies A mad dog ran amuck among the onnines of Stanford last week, nnd already one other dog, showing symptoms of hydrophobia, has been killed. These 'who saw the mnd dog aH it ran down tho street, say thnt it bit in all about 40 dogs, beforo U wus killed at Kowlnnd by Agent Ovcrctrtct. Tlio dog belonging to Mrs. Ileswe McKinncy begun to show bigns of going mad Sunday and she called upon Chief of 1'olico Carter to kill it which ho did. A number of other dogs .rill undoubtedly be killed within tho nct few days when they begin to show tho effects of having iieen bitten by thn rabid niumal. In view of tho fact that such a larger number of dogs were bitten, tunny bcliec thnt u gcnernl order bo issued for nil dogss in the city to he killed or nt lenst muzzled for the neit few weeks, until th5 dangerous period is passed. Children to and from school are in murh danger from this source, und prompt Ptcps should be taken to protect them. A GOOD PLAN Tho McNiimarns pleaded guilty to dynamiting the Lod Angeles Times building Inst week. Their confessions caused n sensation all over tho world, and especially in union labor circles, which lihd been upholding them as innocent. They will bo sentenced to lifo imprisonment and 1 1 yen re confincinept respectively. Twenty-on- e men Jost their lives when the big news paper plant wns blown up with dynnmlle. NEW PETITIONS FOR LOCAJf OPTiON ELECTION Are Being Circulated Over County In Effort To Have Call Issued Next Court Day Current rumor nbout town has it that an effort is being made this week to get up new petitions asking be callthat a local option-electioto decidi ed in Lincoln county, whether saloons may be opened in the county again or not. Several men nre said to have left town on Monday morning to make a enn-afor signatures to petitions. It is the plan, it is said, to submit these to tho county court on Sutur-enlle- d on .Monday following which is day and ask that an election be County Court dny. In this way no opportunity would be allowed the Drys in which to puige the lists 6f names nnd bring the number of petitioners belo" tho 25 per cent in ench precinct ns required by Inw. and thus invalidate the call, us was done n few months ago when nn election wns sought. It is snid, however, that the leaders among the Urys of the county are cognizant of the efforts beine made to .secure new etitions, und have, no titled their friends over the county to bo on their guard nnd not to sign the pctijJojJt ss ,),, ..... iu ofi-lt- go. rt ue Rockcastle Will Pay Only $5 for A Sheep Killed By Dogs The Fiscal Court of Rockcastle county has made an order thnt no claims lor uu amount greater than C.T shall 1h allowed for a sheep killed by dogs. Tho county is not noted for blooded stains of sheep, but tho Fiscnl Court finds that none of the smnller sum .cjn.ijita. .file,d-Jsfp- ra sheep nnd some aro than 7.00 even higher. At tho same time the court finds that .some of the same sheep owners who are filling claims ragging from .f 7.50 to $10 a bend for hheep killed nre listing their herds for taxation nt tho modest figure of $1 to $1.50 per hend. These things look inconsistent to tho Fiscnl Court of Rocknstle am' hereafter thnt body will refuse to pay fnncy prices for sheep killed by dogs. Tho same state of affairs exists in this county, though perhnps in not so marked degree. One thing that causes the sheep to be valued so high,, is thu fuetjh.it it N u rare iustuucu for the full value to bo paid s of tho value Where only worth $5 must be is paid a sheep vnlued at $7.50 in order to get its value. two-third- ul Mr. and Mrs. . -- "MUSICAL ROMANCE" or Bach Club Held At Home of Miss Effie Baughman. The "Musical Romance" enjoyed by tho Itach Club Friday nftcrnoon vheii the Club's president, Miss Effie Haughman, wns hostess was the social event of the Thanksgiving sea .on for the jounger set. The Haughman home, noted for its hospitality neer opened its doors to n happier party or ono thnt more enjoyed its eurdiul welcome and cheiry bright iiess. Tho answer to the questions of the Romance were the titles of popular songs played by Miss Jean Patrick, and Miss Kale Davis Raney. i"iid Mr. Joe Hill were most success fid in recognising these airs and wore awarded the prize a picture oT Beethoven and the Muse. After the contest a delicious buffet lunch was served decorated with tho Club colors, yellow nnd white. The gi'ests lingered until the bright shadows of n winter nftcrnoon wurned them to say good bye nnd they left feeling thankful that they were either a member of the I inch Club or a Hpecinl friend of one. CRAB ORCHARD. Vt ,. - """ You're safe nt nil hours of the day or night when you keep fully insured in the strong companies represented by J. I). Wenren, the Insurance Man, of Stanford. Let him call before the fire alarm. MT. SALEM NEWS. Miss Mnttio be-ji- .""". ,, pu-M- ' tbi'tv. RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. Crab Orchard. Ky nAiv. 18. Wherens, God in His infinite wisdom has culled from our midst Hro., K. W. White, our beloved friend and brother, who departed this life Knv. 15th 11)11 ut the age of 27 years, while we, his btolhers, nie deeply grieved as his death, yet wo are forcibly reminded of the .uncertainty of life. And wo bow in humble submission to the will of God, who doeth all things well. thnt in the denth of Roholvcd Brother White this Lodsc hn lost a true and worthy brother, tho community nn honorable nnd upright eitien, his mother a kind and dutiful son, his brothers and sisters a loving and true friend and brother, a worthy son of noble and Christian parents. Resolved, that these resolutions bo sprend on our minutes nnd n copy sent to the bereaved family also u that copies be furnished to tlm Houo Journal and lnttrior Joinm' for publication. (Jumnittee- .- (1. It. Lyne, M. M. iVins, J. M. Gilkerson. Mn-som1 VtJfdMtl5Wl" ''' ' c ' ;.,., v.-- " l-- hyl'.trt 1.1 i W ir W Tho City nnd County Hoards of Supervisors huvo been appointed by Mnvor A. It. Florence und County ' J- - V. & respectively. The Ut&&& W, between its-- HupcniHon. begnn,the,r wort aide "v . down to business tho P1'1". n uore. TUU laml7 & ' ""V ' ' ns of BMby City, and udjw tho rV.- - ro ii.v n Iho .iy board are Mr.-- LeJgW'Mr, Dodn,r .till at oW', W. II. Hrady and L. I, K part" l.Hra famfrdut - . ,wn-th""I. Tho niembcrs of n!ie coimty l.,R M the StUHfoHi y board arc L. G. Qooeh, T. J. Durham veil watered a ad- - wilt mak thin Woods, Li'bur. flood, pud ' yowig wan anieehonw, He Jus. II. It. It. King. IIKW y'Wl pulltl nko cowing year, uauviuo jiewwn- Kery family hns need of good re For sprains, bruises linhlo liniment. ' soreness of the muscles and rhcu- i. yon have u eoM jtef'a boltlo ilNttlahra Coma lewty. It inane pains mere, is noun un-- i tixlyottiif rifltrigharwtf thnu rimmneiianrs. rorsiuu u) uu t Ww" tiMnUfipv tnrVrine. deulcrs. ,JfWs remedy contains m I i ej? Ixavo your iinmo; nt tho I. J., of- pother .nareoieiwid may I. ..I... .. ei.i rn n lirnltrn i i llm Innumimtlori .i i ai Ribbons will Yo mU W W;.ieal - , Everybody is gouig. ygurt uji ,JM tr TwBir ?? win be in Sinn- -.. TLa h? Vtnd- - Tuesday in 1112 which lirJjiJMUary 0th vz- yer - 'Kb: BOARDS OF SUPERVISORS Aright. 'CatHr. 48'$rPJf mirttffrik Am.( oh&toMV.'RobVMhnt '' f h) 1 lAiriiH lnraw u"S -- Tho ((nicker u cold is cotten rid of the less tho danger from pneumonia and other wrioim diseases. Mr. n. W. L. Hall, of Wuvelry, Vu., says: "I firmly believe Chamber-niii'- s Cough Remedy to bo absolutely the best preparation on tho market for colds. I have recommended it to my friends and thoy all ngreo willi me." lor salo uy an ueaiera. blisses Clara Collier and Anna McDowell nre spending a few days in liouisvillc. Miss Mary Cim:,.is visited friends in Loudon Thnnksgiviug. Cnpt. mid "Mrs. J. 11. Willis visited friends nnd relatives in Nicholas-vill- e Inst week. l'rof. G. K. Kvcrett spent his vacation in points of interest in the mountains. Miss Anna Middlcton entertained quite a iiuuinber of friends with u candy pulling Friday evening. The Indies of tho Baptist church were successful with their bazaar. Ono of the prettiei't social events .of thu season took place at tho Perkins hotel Inst Friday evening when Mis Sallio MeWhorter and Miss F.va Naylor entertained their SunA nuniuer of day school class. young people were present and spent quite nn enjoyable evening. Tho color scheme of the season wns carried out, und tho parlors, hulls and dining loom being beautifully decorated. We need not say thnt everything was tastefully nrrnnged by the charming nnd nttraetivo hostesses. Many gutnes were plnyed. Ono of tho chief features of tho evening was mnguzino contest in which Miss Butt and Mr. Holman were winners of the first prize.. Duncan to school. Miss Ju'in Knifes and Mr. Robert Dawson of Mt. Salem drove out to Morelaud Thursday afternoon and were united in marriage by Rev. Win. Montgomery. They were accompanied by Miss Julia Dawson nnd Mr. Tom Karles. The bride is the daughter of W. M. Kurles has a host of friends around her beautiful home, who congratulate the groom' upon winning such a desirable help uinle. We are glad to get nur post office buck at Mt. Salem. We hnvo some friends in Geneva wc want to write to. I suppose our roads are better here thrtn they have been for several years. Some one takes great interest in looking nfter metnl that is put on the road. They take it lo Ilustoiiville and tie little paper tngs to it nnd lay it on tlio door step nt (ho bunk. HONOR ROLL OF Floyd hns gone to her subscription Somerset IMr. und Mrs. J. E. Lynn, of Stanford, and Mr. and Mrs. Logan Wood, ot Danville, were guests Thanksgiving of Mr. nnd Mir. John M. Mount. The dwelling of Thomas Mont gomery in North, Garrard, burned early Saturduy moruiug. The fitc was discovered in time to savo most of the contents. A shooting affray occurred at u negro settlement in the neighborhood of Bryuntsville. One negro was fatally wounded, nnd others hurt in the fracas: An altercation also took place at Booneville in West Garrurd Friday night. Two brothers, negroes were engaged in n qunrrcj, nnd the father in trying to settle the dispute was wounded ns wns one, if lot both of the negro boys. An afflicted negro child wos run over in the skirmish nnd hnd its leg broken. J. C. Cricillis and son have lately d of entpurchased another ile at ilclenwood, Tenn., 39 henu, averaging 1.100 pounds und costing them from 3 2 to 4 cents. These same traders sold 40 head of steers to Robert Ross at 11 4 heifcents, 10 bend of ers lo Mr. Bottoms ut Junction City cut-t- ic d nt$:i..'10. 14 head of to n Kirksville trader at G l:2c cuttlo to J. a bunch of ('. Fox at $1 per hundred, a bunch of cows to a local trader nt 3 ccuts and 30 head to Lincoln buyers, ranging f loin 1)00 to 1,100 pounds, and in price from 3 to 4 cents. J. (!. Robinson shipped a ear of mules to Atlnntn, 'Thursday nnd Wl B. Burton u ear of liybrids to Wilson, N. C, Friday. Law-soand Brown exported a car I of cuttle, V. A. Lcur a car of hogs' l.nnd Mr. Hutchison, of Boyle, a loud oi came on last csniuraay. Miss Pearl Hifrdin of Decatur, III., is visiting her sister Mrs. Alex Wul- cnr-lon500-poun700-poul-- J. E. Clahnch, of and Mrs. J. G. Lynn, llthr "?- - vv Police Judge John N. Mencfee, Jr. is making tho way of the transgressor hard whenever tho evil doer in brought before him. He gave u sound dose to n quartet of negroes, who huvo been ordering whiskey by the gallon from Now Albuny, Ind., f'T some timo nnd havo been suspected of bootlegging it. Those who caught it wero Charley Baughman, Slick Rout, and Will Bogle. Each was fined $20 and cost and they paid tho money in cash to tho court, and were released. Robert Stewart who was before tho court on a charge of being drunk, the war rant having been sworn out by the wife of Hen Lewis, a well known colored citizen, ulso caught it from the court. Judge Mencfee had ficnt a warrant by tho b.mnll son of Lewis to Deputy Marshal John Meek, who was working at the scene of the fire ui Macksville to serve on Stewart. it was charged, took tho warrant away from the boy and tort it up, whereupon Judge Menefeo vent to Macksville and arrested Stewart himself. When asked by Judgo Mencfee lo tell where ho got the whisky upon whioh he became drunk, Stewart confessed thut the whisky three gallons had been ordered by Charley ituughmun ia his name, to bo di vided among himself, Will Bogle and Slick Rout. As this is in direct violation of the city ordinances', Judge Mencfee fined each one, and slapped a fine of Robert Stewart and Will Moore of $15 each for drunk-ufiies- s. They wero unable lo'pay'U' ' und went to juil. &" Judge Mencfee is determined to do everything ho cun to break up the blind tigeis who are plying a thriving trado in Staufoid, and gives them "all tha( is coming to them" when they get beforo him in court. PREACH ERSVLLE. Fred Bell, young son of Mr. Levi Bell, hud n very narrow escape from serious injury or possibly worse With a large load of top fodder ho hnd driven his wngon into the barn und with a companion was in the upper loft moving some machinery to give room to store tho feed. The team sealed and staitcd out of tho bam and young Bell then jumped out ot the upper window thiukuig no could laud on the loud which was i then just under some ten feet Not swift enough, the wne;oii was gone when ho struck the solid earth, a fnll of over 20 feet.-- Strange to relate ho was lucky to get off without n scratch, and still more strange,, lively enough to catch the team beforo they didrjrny-damu- go Willis Bell is quite ill of""lyphid hut is some better. Two ot the Croushorn boys aro ill of theT samo disease on Stingy Creek. Tho uged Mrsv Mqlinda Anderson, of tho snmo section, who Y3 tho mother of Messrs, I). M. nnu Josinh Anderson, is also quite poor- iy. Miss Zulu Naylor went to Corbin with her rfster Mre. John Boll Mr. and Mrs. J. M", Cress will visit Judgo y. R. Cress at Moi.ti- he-lo( u A Al 1 i ' i ler. WHITE OAK SCHOOL. The following is the White 'Oak School honor roll for tho month of November: 8th grade Mnggio Rankin.. 2nd grade Louis G. Dudderar, -- Hubbto Sh'ern. A number of others have the re- quired nvernse, but on account of absences are omitted from the list. LANCASTER. The Chuutnuqiin Circle met with Mrs. Fred Frisbio lust Saturday The Christian Kudeavor Society gave u social Thursday evening ut tno uirisuuii cimrcu. A welt np i was served... pointed luur-Hcci- of Somerset is the guest of Senator nnd Mrs. R. L. Hubble. Miss Mnry Johnston, of Lexington, is visiting Miss Hemic Lear. Miss Florence Darncjl, bus returned nfter n three weeks' visit to her parents in Muysville. Mr. e, and Mrs. Charles Dcnmun. of wero guests on Thanksgivs iug of Mr. nnd Mrs. Alex West. Miss Kathleen Walker has been in Leximj ton the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. M. V. Klkin. Miss I, yd in F. mo re wns the week-en- d guest of Miss Annie D. i McRoborts, of Stanford, Ballou has returned after a vis:t to her aunts ihe Misses Frances, Miss Helen Patterson was at hi!" for a weeks' visit from the Willia its burg Institute. Miss Agnes Mile is visiting relatives in Louisville. Mr and Mrs. Henry Simpson and little, daughter Elizabeth, Loguu Simpson hate bean with Liui'Um relative. L. F. Hubble, Nieho-lusvillI . .. cello. There "will be servieo at Groto ISilpllfti'diiirch uci S und Sunday, IL L. Smith, of lliatt, ivy., his bister, Mr. J. M. Ore. i Univeisity Central defe.it.il Transylvania nt football at Lexington Thuuksglving by 10 'to 0. This leaves the football situation i'l thu ptuta badlv tangled for Trans) defeated Stale nnd Slato de' feated CeutraL If &nr rl r me Ia1 "I rU"l)H'piMWl1' "1fv THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, DECEMRER 5, IBM 20,000 peoplo rend ench issue of tho I. J, Aro von talking to them through an ndT The Interior Journal Established 1872 is a most cstimablo young man in at the rwtotflce at Stan- - every way, savo the pliancy with Bier which he is lending himself ns n tool tsrd m second clan malL WARFIELD-MEI- ER. in tho hand of tho Third House. to confer with him. who POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. His friends out in the Stato " know him well are amazed that he llenrescntntivo Judqe. Far County Week Near Highland. is willing to permit the diquo which align himself with T. A. Rice nnnonncca his cnndi 19 endeavoring to elect him Speaker this county, to to Gov. McCrcary's A&cy for County Jndro oC Lincoln However tho opposition Highland, Dec 3. county, subject to tho notion of. tho to stand ns his sponsors. administration, or if ho would not Quite, a number of guests asscni- such is undoubtedly the case, and democratic, party. openly espouse their cause, to so bled at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Nerth announces hfa eandi if Mr. Schoberth is elected Speaker muddy the waters as to lead others Sherman Wnrficld Wednesday morndaoy for County Judge of Lincoln tho old lobby, or Third House, headreal issues which are ing to witness the marriago of their county, subject to tho action of tho ed by members of the State Board to doubt tho before tho members of tho legislature duughtcr, Miss Lula to Mr. Emil Democratic party. Prison Commissioners, and cerof for Mr. Shanks is a candidato 9 o'clock tho attendants tain others of that ilk, who flourish and bouI Meier. At Sneaker, but ho is heart For Jailer. Mr. Walter Warficld and Miss Mnr- iu legislative times, will bo as supledge , Peytwi Fairish announces his preme as if tho democratic state for the redemption of every party to the of Lincoln candidacy for Jailer n:adoby tho Democrat.c blJo nnd lme(li(itcJy by county, subject to tho notion of the platform had been wholly silent up- people of tho state, and will have fcy on their business, and committed to Democratic party.. . do w,th tho effort which GeOTQc DeBorde announces his continue them in power rather than nothing to :m,aaj.. candidacy for Jailer of Lincoln coun pconrcc them from the temple. No ! is being rondo to prevent certain ' ty subject to tho notion of tho demoof tha pledges from being fulfilled. . how much Governor znnttcr, cratic party. ,e omJ stands squarj with the adminis- - wJi!ch jnaJo tMg nnd his splendid administra- lie Dink Farmer is a candidate for trntion for the removal of the Prison Mr. Meier is tho youngest son of Jailer of Lincoln county subject to tion may endeavor to redeem every Commission from tho legislature, for Mr. nnd Mrs. John Meier nnd is n tho action of the Democratic party. pledge they made to the people of rcfoim, for tho direct primary, the Commonwealth, they will find tax piogrcssho farmer. tho county unit bill, nnd roads nnd THE LOBBYISTS' PLANS themselves balked on every hand by Tho brido is ono of our most rmrv nliir nlnnk unon which tho these men, who, in secret, fought the winning charming young Indies, nnd while al .lnmnnt; nnrtv made its ' With the nsscmbling of tho Legisnomination of tho governor in tho be Mr. Shanks is thorouchly on rnyB lovely, sho looked lovelier still, lature scarcely moro than a month ginning, nnd have been opposed to f!.t. in her bridal robes of white, on this the Third Houso away, it becomes more and more tho men who have been his staunch- - bis gunrd against her wedding day. Immediately after arc enough evident (hat thoso lobbyists who, est friends, ever since they (tho lob- nnd wo believe that there tho wedding breakfast, they left for of the General Assemfor several sessions .f tho Kentucky byists) found ont that they could thcr members Danville on a short bridal trip, afbly like him, to see that tho lobbygeneral assembly havo reigned su- not control them. ter which they will be at homo to ists do not gain tho mastery they preme about tho legislative halls, The leading members of tho Third seek, but who will stand by Gov. their many friends at tho T. N. Butts propertS'. Wo extend to this worthy aro pluming' their dark feathers for House arc bending might nnd main McCreary and his administration in young couple our best wishes and the final' struggle to prevent tho peo- to elect Mr. Schoberth Speaker. to mnko good their trust that their path through life ple from .controlling the making of The Democratic State platform is their efforts promises to the people. " may be a ploasant one. detheir laws, by endeavoring to committed to removing the Board of Mrs. Ottio Chcvolette, of Ludlow, feat attempts to crry out pledges Prison Commissioners from politics is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. of Kentucky by taking the appointment of tha which the Democrats Tho Cynthiana Democrat made to the people when they were members from tho legislature, and itself nnon tho installation of A. G. Faulkner. carried to victory in tho recent vesting it in the hands of the Gover nlpctrin motors to furnish all its I P. D. Green and family left last election. The Lobbyists or Third nor where it rightly belongs. If power. Tho Interior Journal certain ' week for Lyon's Station whero they House, are planning for a desperate the present Prison Commission can ly wishes it could do the same, And ivill mnko their home. Mr. Jordan effort to save themselves being control tho election of the Speaker hopes to very soon for tho Stnnford Floyd moved into the houso vacated thrown bodily from the corridors of end thus obtain mastery over the vater, Light and Ico Co., promises by Mr. Green. tho now state capitol at the coming proceedings of the House, they plan to furnish Sts patrons n Mi-Fannie Young visited home-folsession. .. to repudiate this plank in the Demo-erot- ic current within a very short time. recently. The first step in their enmpaign platform as completely as if Not only the I. J., but many other Miss Elizabeth Lutes is visiting is to secure the election of a Speak- it 'had never been written. Members power users in Stanford will unher brother at Indianaplis. er in the lower House, who is friend- of the board have been working doubtedly take advantngo of tho I Miss Anna Wright spent Saturday ly to thorn, and whom they can con- night and day in an endeavor to elect day current. J. It. Powell says that and Sunday with friends at trol in the appointment of commit- Schoberth Speaker. They have he will discard gasolinp engines at tees to which bills are referred. A made personal trips to talk with his big planing and saw mill just Mrs. Marshall Hutchison spent bill sent by tho Speaker to an un- members of the legislature, and line east of town and there arc a great might never them up for their man and their many others who will want to put Sunday with Mrs. 0. G. Spcakcn. favorable committee T. N. Uutts and family of this see the light of day or have chance plan. One was recently in this sec motors to work at once for there for passage, no matter how strong tion of the state and summoned mem is no power obtainable as conven- placo moved to Crab Orchard last the membership of the house may bers of the legislature by telephone ient, clean and economical in tho week. Mrs. C. L. Govcr, visited Mrs. long run ns electricity. The wemen operating John Meier last week. She also will find it splendid for . tho Warfield Meier wedchurns, sewing machines, toasters ding. and great variety of household purDave Adams hns been confined to poses, at a very slight cost. Stanhis room for soveral days with quite ford will really begin to assumo pro- a siege of la grippe. gressive airs when A reliable power Mr. and Mrs. Durton Spires spent like this is obtainable. We have just received a new shipment of Thursday with Mr. and Mis. Henry HELTON M. 8AUFLEY,... Publisher Woodford county, as their candidnto Now Mr. Schoberth IN ADVANCE for Speaker. 1 A YEAR STRICTLY for its cnnctmcnL Always anxious to sccuro good men for their dark purposes, tho Third House has choson Hon. Harry Schoberth of bo Cash for Accounts and Notes comes easily and direct when yon place them with us Wo mako collection r and look after and CanAda, claims anywhere in tho United Stales make no chnrgo unless wo colloct. Bank reference. and Correspondence invited. wave rnLLECTIoM AGENCY, Somerset, Kentucky. J for collection. ??,- - - u" Highest Market Prices For We Pay i : 4ri NEW HAT. ' THAT TURKEYS See ns beforo you sell, get price in conntrv nr delivered. Remember That We Handle The John B. 'Stetson H. B. Northcott. t. K. Tudor. Mgr. PHONE 153. HENRY L. CASEY. D. V. S. And Other Fine Quality Hats In Both Young Mens' Soft and Stiff Hats .and o Older Mens' 0 0 o fir Veterinarian. OHlco LOQAN'8 STABLE, Phono 432, Agent American Hog cnolera Scrum. DANVILLE. KY. Mc-Cren- ry Former Director Animal Industry Philippine Islands. ExVeter-Inarla- n United Stutes Armv FULL SHAPES, In Greys, Browns and Blacks, and the Popular WEIGHT HAT InMany Styles and Colors From CONCRETING W ftre In position to do nil klcdt of eon erctlns. inch hi Mock Work. l'rrmnti and. In fact. we cn ranke uy thing from bonis down ton fence oit. We ran itrrt cuarantve nrt-cla700 promptly and On II nnd net our prtctl work and material. before 70a buy your material at lean. ii $000 to $ylOO At 0 0 0 PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Kentucky J. C. McClary - Mens' and Boys' Caps, In Serges Fancy Cashmeres and Corduroys . w tr 1, jy ' jyeaajsi 25c 50c :- -: $1 : UNDERTAKER Office AND EMBALMER STANFORD, Tkos 117. - KY 24-ho- ur s ks Home 'Ffeoae 0 0 l. 0 They Are DRESSY and WARMt 0 0 0 0 $1.50 t 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 - r H. J. McROBERTS KENTUCKY STANFORD, 1 Way-nesbur- g. 000000000 0000000 000000 000 A PROTECT YOUR HORSE Also yourself when driving this cold NEW FarmFence W. H. HiggiriSfcir Stanford Ky. See Him Before You Buy Elsewhere. WINTER CLOTHING wenther. We aro headquarters for Ilotso blankets, lnp robes and carriage heaters. supplies. And nil horsemen's at " Men's anil Young Men's Suits OVERCOATS AND RAINCOATS and they are Gooch. gog at a Big Reduction com- On account of being overstocked. We can save you big money. Come and pare prices. 6 0 0 0 SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky O Editor It. It. Perry, of tho Winin chester News, and telling why bo is a republican, observes that "tho Democratic from Kentucky are not of a caliber to inspire confidence, and we assume that they are a fair sample of those from other states." We would like to have Brother Perry's honest, candid opinion of how such men as Ollie James, Swager Sher-IeHarvey Helm or any of the other democratic congressmen, compare with "promissory" John Langley or Caleb Powers, the republican members from Kentucky. Sun-SentinEepro-scntatives y, Mrs. John Faulkner nnd hand- J. C. McCLARY, Stanford. Ky. some little son Ralph Emerson, are visiting' her parents Mr. nnd Mrs. E. B. Hatfield. Miss Thelma E. Young continues quite ill. Miss Martha Meier visited relatives at Stanford last week. Miss Mae Holland of Lyon's Station is visiting relatives at this place. Master Warren Bangh, of Detroit, Mich., is visiting here. Mr. A. R. Duugan and son Walter are visiting in Ohio. PLENTY OF LUMBER ON HAND HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL - If You Are Prompt - You Still Have Abundant Tune To 0 OOGfOOIOOOftOffCfSftfift-a&ft"BALL BAND" RUBBERS MRS. SALLIZ SHEAREN Dies Home At Indianapolis mains Brought Here. Re- for all purposes. build So if 11 on want to Paint That Roof Use Every pair of famous "Ball Band" Rubbers and boots are made from highest grade materials; the quality, is never cheapened in these goods to meet competition. This is why they have so many satisfied wear- era. We now have a large assortment ot these goods. Try a pair and you will not be satisfied with?anything else. 5 l! W. E. Perkins, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. Mrs. Sallio Shcarcn, mother of Mrs. J. S. Campbell, wife of the proprietor of tho Cumpbul! House, died of brain trouble at tho home of her son, Frank Shcarcn, nt Indianapolis, Ind., Wcdncbdny and on Friday night tho remains reached here and were taken to the home of her On Saturday afternoon doughter. at 2 o'clock. Rev. J. J. Dickey conducted services nt the Campbell house, after which the bedy was laid to rest in Buffalo cemetery. Mm Shcarcn was a faithful member of the Methodist church, was CO years of age and besides Mrs. Campbell, is survived by six children. Holtzclaw, Freshman. Roberta Mamie Singleton, Mury M. Itanoy, Vernn Rout, Anna D. Mcltoberts, Gallic M. Cruig. Baughraan, Sophomore Eft'io Robert Carter. "99! Junior Harry KcinhaH. Scuior. Morrison Bright, Harris Coleman, John M. II. Waters. Throuj:!i .in error the name of Sophie Suunders was omitted from tho honor roll in lat week's issue She is outitlcd to hotior roll in tho fourth grade. . a house, a barn, a chicken fence, come We havo coop, u dog liouo or nil hero for tho materials. sorts and mzes in both rough canqual- Conjmonwealth Or You Can Get It At Red -- nnd finished lumber and if we not suit you in kind, quantity, ity und price, nobolfy cun. J. A. ALLEN, Stanford. Ky. Metalastic PENNY'S DRUG STORE STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 1 . FALL AND WINTER STYLES. I My ne fall and winter samples uro now ready for your Inspection. They comprise the best on tha market cau tut iiyone as to price who bad Judge W. 1L Black, of Barbour-vill- o his clothes uiude U order. A suit made to jour measute is preferable died at Louisville last week fol- to ready made clothes. To have them Ho 'van for- made to measure doesu l cost an) lowing an operation. more than ready made when quality merly Judge of tho Thirty-fourt- h 'and tit Is considered. Cosa 1 judioial district, his terra expiring let in take your measure only a we k ago. H. . R,UILiY, TM moMeal TaUar 1 '1 ud THE INTERIOR JOURN AL, SHORT LOCALS. STANFORD KENTUCKY TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1911 I rccpect fully Holicif your subscriptions for mngnrincs, newspaFor Snlc Pnrc bred Mammoth pers or any periodicals of any kind. Hronzo Turkeys. Mrs. J. N. Cash. Hubscribo through mo nnd save money, timo nnd trouble. H. I Steger. Xmas goods in n largo variety nt "DStf Crnb Orchard. Ofitf Mueller's. . 1 Christmas Goodies SANTA CLAUS is making our store his headquar- 2 " o " ; VMAO V I I Ai i f .9 For Sale. Street. My homo on Miller Fred FJchenbcrger. New-land- I In the New Home el, you want that home to bo snug and warm and You want the beit when staring in the new home. Above comfortable. You are sure of warmth and comfort with a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater. The Perfection is the best and most reliable heater made. It k a sort of portable fireplace. It is ready night and day.1- - Just strike a match and light the wick. The Perfection U all aglow in a minute. The Perfection Oil Heter does not unci! nor tmolce n patent automatic device prevent! that. It can be carried easily from room to room and, U equally nubble for any room In the house. Handsomely finished, with nickel trimmings; drums of cither turquoise-blu- e enamel or plain steeL RFECTIO anuiuiv 4UJmAi PERSONAL and SOCIAL SnwWWlOiI t tratrf , of wrt for ctftaW iWffcl t l Ait fWW ehow yrm FniWtK tcj Wf 4i? Standard Oil Company Uftcerportd) Geo, I. Penny Is qtuto hick with a heart attack. i I J. Kdmiston and two handsome, young norm of Crnb Orchard were hero shopping Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Uurdetto Knmsey, of Paint Lick hnvo returned homo nftcr n visit to his father Dr. Hnmscy mid family here. Miwfi Adclia nnd Hclle ltussoll Kpont Thnnkitgivin with relatives at Lebanon. Missts Hcllc and Kntherine Kin-cai- il of l'oint.Lcavell nto Thanks-pivin- g turkey with Mr. nnd. Mm. V. i Kinruid. of Willianu .. .. . . 171 iy, ah uie puesi oi hPeni nays of "Mrs. W. II. IligginH and other frieudii here. Hon. W. H. Shnnks left Inst vrock for Jtutler, On., whero ho Is prospect iiijf in thi! mule busiiicns. Thurmond K. Tudor hits been threatened with pnrumonin for several day hia many friends will regret to ltnrn. Mr. and Mm. J. Hiclinrd Hush nnd beautiful little daughter, of Lexington sited friends nnd relatives here n short timo last drivng over from Danville, week, where Mm. Hush gjcnt several days with her sister Mrs. J. R. Walls. Mr. and Mrs. JnM T. Menofrn of Kuoxville, wcrcj1 gicMs of Mrs. Mra. W. Ma-lind- n. MUs Lula limns of Lexington has been tho guest of her nistor, Mm. Win. 1 locker. Mrs. It. K. Oaines is very low at ber home in tho county and the worst is feared. Miss Lydia KImore, of Lancaster, was the guest of Miss Anna I). Me-Rob- beginning Wednesday. They offer Stanford. n fine premium list and indicntlons point to n most successful show. A All fresh stock nnd at prices evfanciers For Sale Six Mammoth Ilronro number of Lincoln erybody can afford to pay. gobblers. Mrs. Wm. Mnthcny Stan- nill go over to view tho fine stock. 0I-2- t. ford, Ky., Mr. J. F. Coffey nnd Mr. and G. L. I nrn rendy In grind nnd holt buok Mrs. It. F. Shearer, have returned RestauranteuT wheat. Also buckwheat flour for from Cincinnati, whero Mr. Coffey sale. Will grind every Tuesday. has been under treatment for Ky. Stanford, Although ho is not able to t. Chns. Knsslin, When words fail send your girl a bo out Mr. Coffey is practically Oysters, celery, cranberries, mince well. Montiticllo Outlook. box of "Dolly Vnrdcn" candy, She'll meat, fruits nnd nuts. Ocorgc II. like it. Would you have headache, tooth93-tFnrris. ache, earache, or any kind of pain, New. lot of furniture just in. J. L. t. only the 24 hours for 25 centHf Try a bottle Ilcnzley. W. S. Fish represents fCow Hoy Liniment nt Shugnrs & best and stronqest insurance Miss Ida Muu Adams, of Mt. VerLet him keep vou protected. Tanner's tlrns- store. non, Ky., has opened u girls schawl I will sell my home on Kast Main The Christian in tlmt city, ami has chosen trfo Crab Orchard "Welsh-Morrostreet on very easy terms. Sec mo ehurch will School for exchnnge nn namo of hold an Women." The Welch is for Hon. 0. if you are looking for a good lion Saturday December 1G nt thj; Camp- W. Welch of Danville, the Morrow priced richt. II. C. Hnuchtnnii. bell & Pettus drug store. for Judge T. Z. Morrow, of Somerset. you want n hot firo use Xcw If If your hands nre rough cracked 's Diamond nnd Hex coals from The Lincoln County Medical Soor sore you ought to use Creme Soap t. yards! Hie at Shugnrs nnd Tanner's ciety will meet in Dr. Peyton's office December 12, 1911. Drs. Itclinblc party would like to rent drug store. n good farm, ilest of references. and Carpenter will present 01-- tf Lock Ilox 241, Stanford. papers. All members are urged to Found, Lady's brown fur muff on be present ns this is regular election Let me ovcrhnul your gasoline tho Danville pike. Owner can get time for officers for 1912. M. M. engine nnd nvoid cold weuthcr same by paying for this notice. W. Phillips Scc'y. D. Bnllou. W. White. troubles this winter. 1cavo word at the I. J. office. I am ngent for the International 8TATT, or Ohio Citt or Toledo. I .f Lvext Oochtt. engine nud feed cutters. Crcmo soap for chapped hands at 1. Cbikit mkn Mth thtt hr la Knlot gasoline Fmkk Um firm ol T. 1. cheiit Co. dolnc burtnM Sbngars and Tanner's drug store. uiun la to. CMr of Toledo. Oirantf and HUM Best on tbo market. J. L. Bcazley, Fresh roasted pennuts nt 00-- 3 every day. 's ity ters this year, for tho nicest CanThrt Madison County Ponltry will hold its full meeting dies, Fruits, Nuts cto., over seen in HOLIDAYS, I Reminds us of nnr Virmf of friend 0 g to be remembered. Let us remind S S you that it is better to present sub- - " stantial gifts, like the following list: " 0 0 0 m m, Box of Collars Selection of Ties Govir hydro-phochi- a. 04-2- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 H Holeproof Socks. Silk Socks n f. 'JC-'J- com-oanl- Stylish Hats w Kitl Gloves Umbrellas. Sweaters Shoes ' . Box of Shirts Mufflers from 25c to $7.50 Handkerchiefs Traveling Bags Over Coat Spit Aviation Caps Suspenders 5 IS m M m Dcn-linin- 92-3- 0 0' " A full line of Novelties that are new Call and take a look. 0 8 m Jr. m Chri.stmnB week. My selection in watches nnd in Miis Lydiu nnd Kinmu West, of clocks tho largest ever. W. II. Xu'holaKVillc, and Mrs. Ethel OOtf Mueller. guests Dnr-nold, of of Iiiicuster, ucro during Mrs. W. II. O'linimon Thanksgiving week. Mrs. Mary It. Owens, of Sotner-5f- t, hns been the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. . W. Itout and other relatives here. Congressman Harvey Helm went to Washington Saturday to ho present at the opening session of congress this week. Miss I Initio Drown, of Garrard nnd Miss Ella Thompson, of Hoyjf, were tho attractive, gursts of Miss Jennie I'cpples several days last week. McncfcgV inuthcrJJttg. Jean at 'DanviHejrtThankss-rivinp;- . News wasfrlcived hero laHt Jlrs. J. .Murray Wnr-rc- n, week atjjjttli tho n handsome young in Washington, I). C. The mother before her mnrringo to Mr. Taylor, who was pastor of years Baptist church hero Boveral ago, was Miss Margaret Downer, of this c. Mr. and Mrs. ,Embry Hendry Smdnv from n .:ewri I:iyV vWt to Mrs. Ilcazley's relatives in Merrer county. Mr. nnd Mrs. John M. Hrown, nnd son, Charles, of Carlisle, have been puests for several days of Mr. and Mrs. T. I). Ncwlnnd. S. Albert Phillips went up to London last Wednesday and spent Thanksgiving with friends and relatives and put in some time bird hunting. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jos. Severance, nnd bright little children of Frankfort, ennie over to tho Severanco family reunion here Thanksgiving. They drove over in Mr. Scrernnco's big nuto. Tho four popular brothers, Messrs. William, Albert, Joseph nnd Samuel Severance and their families had n most enjoyable day togcth-- t Do Your; Christmas Shopping In Louisville. At Stewart Christmas Store 61 Complete Stores Under One Roof. Come to Louisville at Our Expense. 61 and your body chilled through nnd through from exposure, tnko a big I I A. W. GLEASOX. dose of Chamberlain's Cough RemeNOT11T muc HaU'a CaUrrn Cure Ukra Internallr and art. dy, hntho your feet in hot water dkxmi ana The Ladies' Aid Society of the oimrur upon im iMttmonUta. muoou. mirurm oi in. going to bed, and you arc almost mum. twyl for tre. F. J. CHENEY A CO . Toledo. O certain to ward off a severe cold. Christian church will hnvc nn exSold br all nrtmwu. Ttc change in tho vnennt storeroom at rat. liilll FamUT mix fr eooMlsatloa. For snlc by all dealers. the corner of Main and Lancaster streets on Friday, December 9th. On the afternoon of 15th and 16th "I had seen trouble, with constiThoy will havo for sale cakes candy, inst Mrs. M. II. Jnckman, of Louis- pation for two years and tried all dressed chicken .nnd everything yon ville, will have a hand painted china of the best physicians in Bristol, want for Sunday dinner. display m W. K. Warner's window. Term., nud they could do nothing Water color calendars, plenty of 50c for me," writes Ths. E. Williams, The construction crew of the L. 75c and $1 articles ami a few good Middlcsboro, Ky. "Two packages of to resumo things in the delicatessen lino will Chamberlain's & N. returned Sunday Stomach and Liver work on the new depot. A be on sale. At tho same time, Mr. Tablets cured me." For sale by all material for tho ceiling and indoor W, T. Woolfolk. wholesale coffee dealers. finishing which was sent Homo timo dealer, of Lexington, Ky., will dc FLORIDA. CUBA and WESTERN ago, failed to appear nnd has riot monstrato tho superior quality of NORTH CAROLINA. yet been found. It hnd to bo re- his "Phoenix Cup" and "Henry Clay' Arc near by nnd comfortably conplaced heforo the work could by 6cring frco of charge cups of reached when yon consider that the tinue. Busy Sothern each with nut sandwiches. Railway operate daily merchants and everybody invited through sleeping cars from St Louis The ladies of the Presbytcrinn nnd Louisvillo to Knoxville, Ashvillu church will give a bazaar nt the There Is a great difference in life Jacksonville. storeroom recently vacated by Land insurance policies. Mutual Benefit Tourist tickets nnd Homeseckers' tickets nro now on salo by all agents & Hiiehnnnn, on Saturday, DecemPolicies are superior. I can show oi tho bouthorn Hallway. ber 1(5. Useful nnd fancy articles, Call on any agent for rates nnd and nil kind of, edibles for sale. Cof- you. Why not buy the best? R. M other information, or writo for copy fey and sandwiches, chocolate nnd Newland Agent. of "Winter Homes in the South", wafers served. .Doors opened at 11 "Land of tho Sky" booklet, to o'clock. For Sale A Smith Premier type J. C. Beam, Jr., A. G. P. A St. Louis, Mo writer. Has just been rebuilt nnd is Hreathc Hyotnei nnd relievo Caeverybit aa good as new. Can bo tarrh in a few minutes. Hrcnthc it A MISTAKE IN INITIALS. regularly nnd banish catarrh en- bought nt a bargain. Anyone lookThough a mistako in tho initials tirely. 0. L. Penny guarantees it. ing for a typewriter should come in of the winner of tho State Bank & Outfit including inhaler $1. Separate nnd try this one. It cn bo bought Trust Company's corn show ynsi GO cents. bottles for less than half what a new ma tho I. J., stated that is was chine, costs, and is as good as a new week, I can take the "shake" out of Mrs. G. C. Givens who won first one. Apply at tho Interior Journal your old shotgun, repair yonr gun prize and Mr. G. C. Givens second, 93tf or doorlook. Prices reasonable. Call office. when it should havo been Mrs. W. P. mo nt I. J. office. D. Ballou. DGtf For Xmas presents that will Givcus first and Mn W. P. Givens Rev. Joseph Ballou said the hap- please and be a joy forever. Go to second prixe. The mistake was made py words last week which united in Mueller's Jowclry Store by a clerk in tho bank who furnishtf tho holy bonds of matrimony R. C. ed tho names of the prize winrers Coopor and Miss SaBie Kogcr, a For Rent 10 acres of land with to tho I. J. Mr. f. P. Givens has popular young couple of tho couny good house; 3 acre tobac- taken premium! wherever bo has ty. They were accompanied to the co barn, all necessary outbuildings, shown this corn and is very proud homo of tho divine, Mr. O. E. Manning nnd Robert Cooper, who were fruit trees etc, good cistern at door of tho showing it hns made. Mr. tho attendants nt the wedding. They and two good everlasting springs, on and Mrs. G. C. Givens submitted hnvo mnny fnends who will wish place, place located three miles some very fino exhibits in the corn them every happiness. from town on Rush Brunch pike, show, but the first two prizes went 93-t- f. LoiU3 Jones Stanford, Ky. to tho other Mr. and Mrs. Givens. Tho city school, the banks, tho pnstnffico nnd most of the business We aro paying highest prices for houses closed up on Tlianli-gMng- . fresh eggs, chickens and alt kinds tod IbM Mid firm will pr tbe run of DOLLARS lor nun and nrcrr ONE UUNDREU tost twi ot CTiiu CVXE.caaaot t curtd br Lse toe ol luu.. CAT.Ua FRANK J. CHENEY. la ay prMtnor, Sworn to btfor. in. and mibf-nbcrr, A. D- - ISM. UU tn dir ot tfor-M- Cummins & Wearen 0 0 0 When your feet aro wet and cold Stanford, - Kentucky. & m M & m iii.r 0i0a00iOi0i0i0i00a0BDa0i0a0iOi0i 10 be-fo- ro 0 00 0 00000000 0 0 GOOD Stanford, & XMAS 000000000000 S 0 0 0 0 0 0 ritjf 0 0 0 1AE have just received a beautiful & 0 wf line of XMAS novelties in Belt & Buckles, Beaded Bags, Purses Bar- - rettes, Bows, Frills, Collar Sets, Fril 0 Pins etc. Also Toys galore. Come see 5 us before you buy that Xmas present & 0 S Hughes, Martin & Co. Ky. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0,0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 & & Q 0--' EAT BREAD And if yH want gMd bread order Bauohman's Ne. I FaBcy Patent Flour from your trectr. He will charge yeu osly 75 cents for a 25 POUND SACK and yew family can live a whole week er lemier en It. See how little It ceet te Nve If voti will EAT BREAD made ef iaueh-man- 's flour. YOU CANT BEAT IT. Every sack Guaranteed to be STRICTLY FIRST CLASS. On sale In every cjecerv store In Stanford, and the maiorlty of the stores In the county. two-ttor- THF PLAN: Puruhasu u round-tri- p ticket from your homo to Louisville, when you have completed your shopping in this store, tnko your return tio Let nnd your sales checks, which ate given you with each pun h uso to tho credit desk, (south end of the building) first floor We will refund to you in cash 5 Decent on your purchases up to tho total amount of your round ' trip ruilroad faro The Stewart Dry Goods Company, Louisville, hcoioud of country produce. Fields Bros., hot nt the Stanford Meat Mar1--- . water and hot nir heating, plumbing 81-t- f. ear., Conn Bros., Lnncastcr, TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. A COWBOY'S WONDERFUL I will apply to tho governor for a DISCOVERY. J. J, Parsley (Dakota Jack's) ardou for W. C. Hutchison, convictgreat Indian Remedies aro always ed at tho February term of tho Linfrom now ori salo at Shugar's and coln Circuit Court of malicious Tanner's drug store. If you havo shooting without wounding and senrheumatism, stomach trouble, kidney tenced to servo two years in the liver, blood, femalo or nervous trou- jienitontiory. J. D. STRENBKRQEN. bles try Pursley's Indian norbs. If We nre prepared to install Quail Are Fine This Fall J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. immmmmmitakummmam Stanford. Ky. Kentucky. you doubt them curing you, ask Cow Boy Ltaituent for all pain, 25, your neighbors who havo tried them. treatment for $1 at Shu cents at Shugars and Tanner's drug A store. gars und Tunners drug store. 's But to get them you have to get your ammunition from Coffey & Colemnn. Don't forget that we enr-r- y the very best line of shells to be hnd and want to supply all of our I IF YOU WANT A SUIT OF C LOTHES WITHOUT AN EQUAL huntimr friends. Nearly everybody knows that our THAT INSURES THE WEARER F IT. COMFORT AND DURABILITY. groceries cannot bo excelled any where for freshness and price. If A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU. WE MAKE THE PRICE AND SELL want you. Wo give prompt delivery THE GOODS. and polite service. Try us. Cot-fe- y & PIT, COMFORT I DURABILITY Grab Orchard, Coleman. COFFEY 4 hen 1H. COLEMAN, Prompt DoHvory. LL SANDERS. Keatucky. r4- - ? r'W -v - I 'T''T',rrrsp mmmm pwiMi m mK-- "' fmP, -r "" ''"' JT S r x n - BUYS ANDERSON FARM W. P. Kincnid spcnt practically SartaSn, bought of W. O. ; nil of last week buying tobacco nt Walker Inst week a nice Ben Kennedy Pays $85 An Acre For bis Paint Lick house. bnrncss horse for $125. 80 Acres at Prcacliersville. ! record was The season's tobacco Mr. I. at. n Inupr for .1 farm Ot W. It. Cook of Garrard, Inflight n Meek on Lexington Inst about k'O acres well improved nnd pair of fi yenr old mules of Wilson broken nt Jones L. Anderson sold his fino tho loose lenf mnrket when ono lot have nnylbinc noiir Rogers for $325. "pike, 'it on farm in tho Prenchersvillo neighborth?S, sold for $20 n hundred. Tho prices lift if with us. Hughes- & Clarence LeDus president of tbo hood to Ben Kennedy, hist week, 2lf Slaiiford. rouged from that down to 4 cents Hurlev Tobacco Society, is rapidly and will soon lenvc for St. Cloud, 'Forr.Snlc A few uico moat hogs; nnd the market was fairly nctlve. bceoming one of tho largo land own Florida to spend the winter. Then Bright nnd Fox, of Danville, wblftht 200 to 300 pounds. W. 11. ers of Central Kentucky says the 80 acres in tho place M pnir of nped mules of Mrs. nro nbout 93-- 2 i.rin!.(nii Lender. Last week n bouslit a Murphy, Phone 5)9- -3 rings .ud $S5 an $3.r)0 Kennedy gcN nnd ho Garrard, for filed for iccord in the of ltebeeen West, of 'Greeley Lutes shlpptd a nice hlllo deed was aero for, it making tho dial involve County Clerk transfer- They will ship the nnimnR Mr. Anderson ad d saddle horse to Charley fice of the about $0,800. nnd wife, Col. .1. P. Chandler, the famous week ring from J. K. Newman Utiles, at Goldsboro, N. C.f last vertises in this issue of tho ! J., Mr. Lcllus auctioneer is being kept mighty busy t had been of New Orlcnns, l.a., to When received the nuimnl thrco a big nalo of his pcrsonnl effects 11-- 2 acres of fino blue grass these days with sales. He hns 13. Mr. Anderson crippled, one shoulder being 347 badly on the be held December Inml loented on the Kusscll Cave next week: Jones Anderson Florida by Irorl and a bind boot pulled off. Bruunswefg on the 11th; will bo accompanied to The consideration mentioned 13th; Fred John Kennedy and family but they bought lust week 15 Pike. , Joins & Co., nnd tho'llegry Trnylor salo tho 15. was $15,001. to Kentucky next shoaUj from Jnck Cover in the deed Strajcd from my place last Fri- plan to return This is the third tract of valuablo sprtng and Mr. Anderson will ptt upfront G hit day night, one large white sow. Any his daughter m tho Stanford school two blue grass land, which tho Burley from George Gnddcs at T information leading to her recovery Society president has Ipads of export eallle from W. II. Tobacco will be rewarded. A. T. Nunncllcy. in Fayette county sinco he has MULES AT AUCTION They Shanks nt ft" 1 lo 5 I will sell ut public auction to the been nt the head of tho Burley Tovycre nice ones and averaged about $100 AN ACRE lughest nnd best bidder on County bacco Society, mid now owns hero 1,300 pounds. They also got ft carCourt Day, Dtcember, 11th nt GOO acres, besides a considerload of hogs in the Preachersville nbout Stock Yards nbout 25 two- Paid By D. M. Anderson For Nice acreage in Harrison county. neighborhood nt prices around fie able mules and five or six hor year-ol- d Preachersville Farm. A loose leaf tobacco warehouse Jus. Messer, Stanford. ses. 'Tboy were all shipped Saturday to Sterling Greene, Knibry & Co., at Cineinnnli. will be established nt Mt. PARKSVILLE. Lognu Thompson sold his farm of Tobacco Socioty. Thurman & Peters, of Springfield, by the Burley Hoy Hnrrigan won first prize in 80 ncres a short time ago to D. M. Bold List week to Goddnrd Qmndy n. Mr. T. P. Jones who hns been so contests in Anderson, of Stanford, at $100 an Iter Peav'ine weanling filly for JfSOO; the boys' nt seriously ill is able to out ngnin and This farm is located Simpson county, raising 108 bush acre. to S. P. Thompson a Preachersville and is ono of the nic- hi wife i improving. els to tho ncre. raaro by Nonrbon Chief for $300, to Mrs. 1). F. I'enn nnd Mrs. Huth section. Mr. Ill Mason, Chns. Bason, of Tuck- - est places in that Mprric Durrett a nice brood marc by will move out to his place I'enn, of Gravel Switch, are with Anderson Cftbboll's Squirrel for $300, and to ahoc, lost 7 fine porkers last week Mr. Thompson Mrs. George II. Preston for a fow maro The hogs gained mi entrance to the the first of the year. W. D. Clnybrook a not yet maao his pians as io days. barn, nnd in rooting upset a vessel hns by, Bourbon Chief for $250. Miss Penrl Whitchouse. of the ho will do, but is looking John Spalding bought a bunch of containing Pnris Green onto some what nice place to Rolling Fork section spent Saturday wheat, which they ate with fatal re- - around for another Logs from II. T. flartin, of and Sunday with Miss Vivinn May bu suit,,. cents. at 4 Mr. Lee Hease and children will lcnc this week for an extended visit to relatives and friends in Tennessee. Misa Hessic Harbcrson was with her cousins, Mises Mxrtle nnd Cleo Rrown from Saturday until Monday. Mrs. T. M. Webb, wbo has had n bSckc with typhoid fever, was rather heriouslv '". for n few days last week but is now improviiiR. Miss Ova Mnv, tHo Im le"n ihrec no'. Mis nith ber perd Pork. K., crnndiiiuthur nt UoH-tu- . lias ictunied homo to the delight of ber ranny friends. Miss Nellie Whnley, one of the teachers of Caldwell Collego came out w'ith her pupil, Miss Ida Fleece by-b- id Pittmun, and spent Frfday night and Saturday with her. 1 Mises Vivian, Yidn, and Alma 1 May gave ft delightful entertain ment lasst Saturday evening. There 1 wore a number from Danville nnd 1 Fcrryville, while all tho young Indies 1 and men of the locality v ere present 5-ye- ar These iint; ladies arc pronounced nnd the large ideal entertainers 8-ye- ar crowd left reluctantly at a late hour 1 Mrs. William II. Saylor, after a lingering illness of typhoid fever, 1 died last Friday crntfiig nnd was buried in the cemetery at this plnco 1 Sunday afternoon. She was in her 1 23rd year, and leave a hu.sb.iud and a little boy sit years old, and other ie!atives lo mourn her loss. 1 Messrs. J. Lee Preston nnd W. L. Price, who recently returned from Tennessee, bringing a car load of cattle, have sold the entire lot. Among thehnles were seven yeurring to A. J, McDowell nt four and cents, nnd fourteen to Cleve Whitebouse, ut $3.90. Wo nre glad to state that these enterprising gen tlemen made, n little money. Wn nro very glad to report that a 1 letter from W. W. Wright stntes 1 Hint his wife, who underwent such at 1'vniisvillc, a serious operation 1 hid., lust week, is improving miidly, 1 mid her physicians stute she bus the ericis. Mrs. Wright, it m will bo remembered wns n Miss relatives nnd de- and hns immy ott'd friends n this county. i e; iV - r THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOUB TUESDAY, DECEMiER 5, 1911 THE FARMERS J. H. W.H. Tray lor's Sale As executor of W. H. Traylor, I will on FRIDAY UfcAJ. liaiil-faoo- ICO-pou- c; 1-- c. Nun-nelle- corn-growi- Drnd-f6rdsvil- lc 12 PUBLIC SALE DECEMBER 13 3-year-old 2-year-- Having sold my farm and decided to go to Florida for the winter I will sell at Preachersville on WEDNESDAY, Beginning at 8 a. m. at his late residence on the Goshen turnpike, near btantora, oiter lor saie an oiH his property, real and personal, consisting of house- uoojxo, nOlCl auu ilUUIltJU luimuuio, piaoi pia.uu, ot hogs, 23 bees, carriage, buggy, lot mules, 7 mule colts, 9 work mules, 8 cdws and calves, 3 yearling steers, about600 bushels wheat, lot of corn, 5O0 bales of straw, 1,500 shocks, of fodmower, manure spreader, wheat der, twine-bindedrill, plows, gears, wagons, iron safe, giaphoKone in ehnrt, Avorvthinp in the shane of furniture, new and old, farming implements, and produce. 10 shares of stock in Lincoln County National Bank; 1 share in Stanford Creamery Co- The land will be sold in the following parcels: 1 The home place, containing the celebrated Edge: wood Distillery and large frame dwelling heated by steam, with all modern conveniences, and all the Dudderar land on that side of the river. 2 The Dudderar mill property and all land on that side of the river. 3 The John Traylor farm. 4 The John Traylor Distillery at Gilberts Creek. This arrangement as to land is subject to change. Terms announced on day of sale. 4ZJ two-year-ol- 15, lyil d j r, J. B. Paxtoh, Exor. J. Chandler, Auct. Col. P. Rain or shine, beginning at at 9 o'clock, to thehighest and the following property: best bidder without reserve or aged horse, 1 mare, 14 years old, mare 3 ' years old in foal to jack. 1 mare 12 years old sin foal to horse, mare 3 years' eld, gentle horse, and works anywhere, 1 coming old horse gentle for family, saddle filly, 1 yearling horse colt, old mare safe in foal to mule colt, 1 Bex Peavine, 12 weanling heifer calves, extra to be nice ones, 2 extra good milk cows, fresh in 4 weeks, extra nice Jersey heifer to bo fresh in January, cow and calf, 2 yearling heifers, weigh 50O lbs, 150 stock shoats 4 brood sows, thorougbredhampshirehog, weighs 20O lbs. 15 fat hogs, weigh about 175 pounds each, 3 buggies and 2 sets of harness, also lot of farming tools consisting of cutting harrow, section harrow, turning plows, plow gear, etc, About 100 barrels of corn in crib, 100 bales of hay 20O chickens, household and kitchen furniture, six octave consisting of 2 upright folding beds, organ good as new, 2 bed room suits, good refrigerator, hall tree, 2 extension tables. 12 feet long, 2 sewing machines as good as new, couch 2 kitchen cabinets, 5 kitchen safes, 1 wardrobe, 2 center tables, 8 rocking chairs, 2 sets dining room chans, 3 sets common chairs, 2 Brussels carpets, good as new, 1 yarn carpe't, 1 rag carpet, 3 straw mattresses, rugs and 3 cooking stoves. 1 c-mises and on a good road. hri,n, 1 cooking Move, and Equiiltablc Bank and Trust com- - ;jhtr ,,0iwc,0u nllli htd.en fund POSTED par.y, irusiec, vvauon, iy. itir tun nuiueruui to mention. Col. J. P. Chandler, Auct., Terms mnd.i l rtic hunting Ecn&on Is upon u und PUBLIC SALE! known on day of sale. nearly everyone waiiu to post nil place. The charge l 26 ccnU caa George D. Boone, with nnnie.) Ilnvine sold mv farm I will sell Ky., Q. W. Hastv Herman i.trSudz. ut public auction at tho old Win Ilig- - It. F. I). No. 1, Stanford, gins farm, tour miles west of Crab C. T. Willson, C. M. Alle'j, PUBLIC SALE! ' Orchard, on: Ij. 0. Gooeb. J. It. Maiming Wednesday. December 20, 1911 my homo nt Yoscmito Hciclienbach Itrod. X. II. Plummer, I will offer Jacob Gander Fred Von ..Hinnn The following piopeity; T bend of ICy., ut public wile on S. IL lianghman Mut tic II. Hcwes. borses, 1 good work marc in toal Saturday Dec. 9th 1911 W. P. fielden'rcl Von Gnienigan, to horse. I good 1'itmil maro not nt 1 P. M.. boundary of lour acres John Ilerrog.V- .- J. M. Goceb nfrnid of auto or train, 1 Win. nnd John lwffmnn. horse, of land more or less with six room horse, 1 old William Cordicr. V J. M. Myers. porches, my fine conch stallion Mikndo, 27 cottage, back nnd front hr.nnelley, J. W. naimhmnn. bead of cattle. 10 yearlii g steers, ball etc., nerer failing water at door J. F. Gover, Mm. 'YSOIoHco heifirs, U Jersey 2 springers, Jersey ,. .tin, Inruu burn, nnd nil neeessiiry oiiuuiian LO'rt: iows. 7 neiters, 1 pair oxen, weight 0. W. Koger, A most dcsirblo home. .'S,000 pounds, I binder, 1 cnltivntor, It. Cnmeniseh. Mrs. MinVo Wuto Will nUo sell one driving horse, 1 rake, 1 wbeat drill, ferti 1 mower, Sam Cns.tcllo Mrs. S. I) Ilmtt, turning plow, 1 H.!"!"' n nd .i i '!, 1 buggy, lizer, E. V. Curson. II. C. IJuiiglitimn, wagon good as new. 2 double shovels nlso some houscin !d good-Xotice. Xc one nllowcd ti bunt 1 buggy, 1 buckboard, '2 pets of btig- y., on mv furm. Fox Dudderar. Mrs J. T. Short, Voson ite, five-year- a o eooaoooaa o 0 o ooo o o o o $ o o o Il. JobT-JJfrte- l'i-iii- r. 1 two-hor- . H. C. BRIGHT. Pres. ALLEN HIEATT. J. S. PRICE. Sec. & Treas. ono-four- th Danville Tobaccs Warehouse Co. (Incorporated.) ANNOUNCES have decided to have their opening stile on nnd pro-puMondav December 4th. The"y have tho assurance of tho following buyers that they will be on hand Co.; J. P. to take cure of the new crop: The It. .1. Reynolds Tobacco Co.; The American Tobacco L. Faulkner & Co. Tailor & Co.; G. T. Patlop & Co.; Vaughn Hros. Co. nnd J. that at the earnest request of tho buyers, (h.-- li re BRING YOUR TOBACCO TO fl pm-se- Du--hu- Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co. at 508 West Walnut St., Danville, -t FARM FOR RENT. the very ndv..ntnge--- so RMslAli' ,Hh6 per t i .1 ' lhVhMm:oM-3- cit . interest secured by note, L i I ui" 0er J2t cash ?nand over that amount, a credit of 6 month. negotiable at bank. JONES L. ANDERSON, ". will rent to the highest bidder his farm for to .chool and church. Po,.e..io .tone. The Juiueri Pepples funn of nbout 110 ncres in Lincoln county, near How land, will be offered for rent Monday, Dec. Ilth 1911, nt I o'clock P. M., at the court house door in Stanford, Ky., to the high est nnd best bidder for u teim or from one to three yearn, the party renting to execute note with hceuntv for the 1'aMifiil perPossesformance of the contract sion can be had Januury 1st lUlJ. The right to reject any nnd all bids (a nuuirvtu. Tluiro u a nice cojuror- - jou to seil your tobacco "..i. Ky.. where we will have everything arranged to show,yonr tobacco off to Wo advise that you will be ublo to realize full market price for your crop. the open market where you can get full competition of ull the buyers; this is tho ouli wav to get full value for your tobncci e Tobacco Ware house Co. OuMTMrftM.)