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250 yards Hamburg Edge and Imcrtiona.
fiOO yarcla Hamburg Edge nnd Insertion. Sonic convent pattern, in thin
With the Fact Staring You in the Face
Tlml Cotton is high nnd nny nrticlo wo offer yon (in which cotton goes into
tho construction) can't bo produced nt any ways nenr the snmo price; you
ahould be up nnd doing to take advantage of thcro tpccial January offcringa.
For a Bolt of Long Cloth,
For all Color nnd White Linen finish Suitings faBt colors. ut
10c ' '
For n Holt of 0 yards Tortcliou Lace.
For n fine -lo-inch French Nninsook,
1,000 yard Hamburg Edge nnd Insertion; inclinlgen chowy pnttcrn, 0 to
8 inclioa wide. AIo net clltet.
.'500 yuN lfi-iiicli Flouncing; very howy and pretty, regular price IW to flfic
The Interior Journal.
SEVERANCE & SON. STANFORD KY.
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8tanfo.ii, Ky., - Jan. Lh. 1010
. So MB great bargain in box paper are
bcinir cloned out to mnkii room for now
stock at l'enny'a Drug Store
Miss Kmma Hays la improving.
Mits. W. K. SuuaARS la truito alck.
Mrs. V. S. Wakren continues very
Jack O. Hum was In Louisville yes
terday. William Moiiley, Jr , is III of ty
Mr. K. Conn, of Uoylc, passed thro'
to Richmond Wednesday.
Miss Mildred Cosuy, of Danville. Is
the tjucat of Mlsa Kcssio Hill.
Mrs. Ellen I'oon. of tancastcr, took
Wednesday's train for Knoxvllle.
Miss Irene Romans, of Lancaster,
was tho guest of Miss Lottie Carson.
Mrs. J. C. Uailey, of Crab Orchard,
spent a few day with Mrs. C K. Tate.
Mrs. W. K. Warner and littlo aon,
Lewis, aro with her parents in Gar
rard. MRS. A. II. KLKIN, of Louisville, Is
vliitlnir her dnuchtor. Mrs. It. M. New-
Mr. Rodert Elkin, of Lancaster, is
vlsitlnc the family of Mr, O. I. Huff
man. Mr. O. W SHUCARS.of Indianapolis
visited his brother. Mr. W. K. Shu-trars.
Miss Kittie HUFFMAN la with her
l..r Mm. J. C. Carncnter. Jr., in
tho Eaat End.
Mrs. MattieO. Milton, of Louis
ville. I tho Ruest of her cousin, Mrs.
J. V. Ireland.
Jupnt: W. L. Dawson, carrier on No.
2 Route, is back nt his duties, after a
Mr. F.Mtr.in and dauRhtcr, Miss Ma
ry Reid, will leave in a few days for
Miss Jennie Hicgins, School Super
Intendent of Garrnrd, was tho guest of
Miaa Minnie Woods.
Miss Lena NAriF.H.of Crab Orchard,
la visiting her cousin. Mrs. Russell
Dyche, London Sentenel.
Mr. H. C. LeComitf. and wife have
returned to Frankfort after a visit to
bcr father, Mr. Cicero Reynolds.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Douglas, of
Indianapolis, caino homo thia week to
attend tho funoral of her grandfather,
Mr. M. T. Russell.
Mrs. Vic Owens Is visitinc her moth
er at Junction City, while her husband
Is taking a prospecting tour in Virginia!
and West Virginia.
News cornea from Joneaboro, Tenn.,
that another littlo daughter has arrived
to blesa the union of Mr. and Mra. C.
E. Cox. Thla makes the aixth.
T. K. Tudor, who accompanied his
parents to their new homo at Foyette,
III., has returned nnd reaumed hla posi
tion with II. B. Norlhcott, tho poultry
Mr. J. A Hollas, who moved to
Oklahoma, after making this county an
excellent citizen for acvcral years, has
moved back to thla aection nnd writes
na to chance his I. J. to Eubanka, R.
F. D. No. 1.
When you want bargains try tho
Country Store. W. W. White, Prop.
Found, in Walton's Opera House, a
boy's Mcintosh. Call nt this office for
TllR depot at Rowland Is being mov
ed to near whero tho Stanford & Crab
Orchard pike crosses tho L. ft N. track.
Wanted, to buy n good Lincoln coun
ty farm of tho valuo of 120,000 to $30,
OU0. Address Lock Uox 201, Stanford,
Staiile For Rent -Hasthreostalls,
loft, etc. Located on atrect and con
venient for uso. Mra. L. R. Cook,
The Woman's Foreign Missionary So
ciety of tho Methodist 'church will meet
with Mra. II. C. Ruplcy to-day, Friday,
at 2:30 V. M.
'The young peoplo are giving onjoya
bio hops at Walton's Opera House each
Friday night. The one tonight will bo
the fourth of tho series.
Roller Skates ntt per pair.
on Claihorno Walton.
For RRNT.-Offico in tho Interior
Journal building. Apply at thia office.
If you nro looking for fresh oysters
and celery go to J. D. Horton'a restau
lai II. II. IJUtCheson. hrntrinr nf 1 W
Hutcheson, cashier of tho Citizens
Hank ot Urodhead, was elected cashier
or the Franklin Rank of Louisville.
John Devejian, a fashionablo woman
tailor of 4th St., Louisville, eloped with
his stenographer, Mildred Loche, n
daughter i.f his iceman. They started
on a C.000 inllo journey to the Orient.
You will find high grado goods
ways at tho Country Store. W.
For Sale Good building
Whitley avenue. Bargain if
once. This office.
For Sale. A pair of mules,
ness maro and a Jcraey cow.
Talk with mo before buying a type
writer, and aco samplo at my homo. T.
A. Urackett, local agent for Standard
Typewriter Exchange, New York.
Sold Out. 1 havo sold my stock of
groceries and insist on all who owe me
an account to please call and settle so
I can straighten up my business nt
once.. Respectfully, J. M. Phillips.
The following merchants will close
their business houses at G i. M , begin
ning February 1st.: Severance & Son,
II. J. McRoborts, Hughes, Martin &
Co., Sam Robinson, Cummins & Wear-en.
The young people of the Christian
church at Crab Orchard will havo n can
dy pulling at tho Gover Hotel in that
city to-night, Friday. Tho proceeds
will go to tho church. Everybody In
vited. J. M. PlllLLll'3 has sold his atock of
groceries to Everett J. Young, who has
been conducting a storo in tho High
land section. Mr. Phillips will devote
his entire nttention to the concreting
For Sale. A second-hand top
gy. This office.
Fisii,; oystcra, celery,
Saturday. Geo. II. Farris.
Our good friend, Mr. M. S. Baugh-
man, realizing me mgn price ot meat
nnd our fondness for tho article, sent
ua in a 75 pound hog with hia compli
ments thu other day. Thia gift will aid
us in our fight on the meat trusts.
Those present had a most enjoyable
timo at tho elegant six-courso dinner
given by Mr. and Mra. A. R. Spears, of
tho Morcland aection, in honor of acv
cral of their friends a fow days since.
Tho dining room waa tastily decorated
and tho immenao tnblo almost groaned
under the weight of good things.
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Mr. W. P. Kincaid baa bought over
1,300,000 pounda of tobacco in this coun
ty thla year, and it ia coming in rapid
ly Ho hasaboutOJ.OJJ poinds in hia
several warehouse! here and very sen
aibly haa it well Insured. He has pur
chased about as much tobacco in Gar
rard and Madison as he has hero.
Piano for Sale. Square variety.
Will sell cheap. Apply at thia office
Read tho advertisement of Uahoney
& Flab, the insurance men. They can
a t ii
If you want good treatment, try
Country Storo thia year. W.
Three suites of rooms in
Feljdvvs' building for rent.
J. II. Shore & Co., who bought of
J. S. Murphy his farm 2 miles thia aide
of Iluatonvlile a year ago and recently
sold It back to him, will have a aale of
their personalty next Friday, Fob. 4th.
They will diaposo of eight fine, large
mules, 900 balea of Timothy hay, 200
barrels of corn, farming implements,
20,000 tobacco sticks, etc. See adver
Baroain. 267 7-10 aero farm about
five miles from town, on good pike, I
mile from school, church and store,
100 acres fine tobacco land. Nine room
brick residence, 240-barrel crib, shed
granary, silo, barns, etc. Fencing
good and place well watered. Nino
never-falling apringa, cement troughs,
etc. In a splendid neighborhood. Stan
ford Roal Estate Co.
The Ladies' Aid will meet in the
lecture room of thu Christian church at
2 I. M., Saturday.
m i m m ' '
R. G. Jones haa opened a butcher
shoo In his storo near tho depot. Emil
Grccncberg will cut for him.
Jou printer wanted nt once. Must
bb ablo to feed a cylinder press and do
nil kinds of job printing. This office.
Hon. Harvey Helm haa asked the
post-ofllco department to establish an
offlco at Gum Sulphur, Rockcastle :oun
ty. It will probably be done.
Russell. Mr. Martin Russell, aged
85, died at his homo at Millcdgevillo at
1 o'clock Sunday morning. Messrs. M
S. Russell nnd A. A, Russell, of tho
West End, and Mra. R. 11. McAntnch,
of Middlcburg, are left to mourn tho
loss of a good and indulgent father.
Ilia wifo died about 13 yeara ago. Af
ter funeral services at his late homo by
Rev. W. G. Montgomery at 3 o'clock
Monday evening, his remains were laid
to rest by her aide In llustonvillo cem
etery. Deceased was a devout mem
ber of the Christian church up to'about
two years ago, when he joined tho
Saints of the Church of God.
Egos havo dropped to 25e per doz
encheaper eating than meat nt tho
present trust prices.
The Interior-Journal wants a good
correspondent at Crab Orchard None
but thosb who know a news item when
they aeo it need npply.
All parties having claims against the
estate of Dr. L. H. Cook are dlrerml
to present them properly verified to my
attorney, P. M. McRoberts, ot oncu
Mrs. L. li. Cook, administratrix.
W. W. White now calls his place of
business "Tho Country Storo" and by
tho way you will always find a bunch of
customers, both town and country peo
ple, taking advantage of the bargains
ho is giving.
Circuit Court begins the third Mon
day in Februnry, but up to dato no ar
rangements have been made for a place
to noid it, ino Udd rcllow8. wo are
told, declino to rent their room for
court purposes again nnd tho court
house will not be ready by that timo.
The Citizens Realty andTitlo Co , R.
B. Mohony, president; J. T. White,
secretary, and W. S. Fish, treasurer,
begins an advertisement with us this
issue. Read it and if you have proper
ty of any kind to dispose of seo them
for terms, etc. They will treat vou
The Hindmon Women's Christian
Tomperanco Settlement school, of
Hindman, , Knott county, has burned
again, making the third time theachool
haa burned. Tho origin of tho fire is
unknown. Tho losa is about $25,000.
Misses Liccie Beazley and Sara Baugh
man, of this place, are associated with
the school. .
Bargains in Land. Wo have threo
small tracts of unimproved land for sale
at a bargain one tract of 2i acres, an
other of 18 acres, another of 13 acres.
All well located, lie well and good land.
Can givo possession at once. Will sell
ono tract or all. Terms to suit pur
chaser. Apply to Hughes & Swine
broad, Lancaster, Ky.
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Handed us a Lemon. Mr. Valen
tino Fagaley, of tho Southern End,
brought us a largo lemon of his own
raising yesterday that weighed two
pounds and two ounces. It ia 18 Inches
in circumference and looks almost as
big as a pumpkin. It is on exhibition
In tho Lincoln County National Bank
office. Stop In and seo it.
I have bought tho stock of groceries
of J. M. Phillips, on East Main street,
and will closo out the present stock nt
a reduced prices. I havo bought so I
con soil lots of tho stock at and below
cost and will do so. Call and aeo for
yourself, as I am going to sell these
goods ao I can put in a new stock. Sale
will commence to day, Friday. Terms
cash to everyone. E. J. Young.
FOR SALE I
Htock of general merchandised Huston
vlllu on .Main Ntreet. Will known (land
nmltrnili) estaijhed. Wrlto lor pnrlluu
J. J. BELDEN,
Fortiouac.cnrrlngnnnU sign pnlntlnedeco'
niiiTw paper hanging; alto litiRKy trlniinlni;
of all klniUiucli an top reroi-reil curtains
nml txoH Hindu. HtonotT.Mi1rliU-i.'. l,inL-
(iiillhihnp Vnt .Main ut HlanforU Ky.,
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J J. HKLDKN.
FOR SALE I
Uovit Hotel, at ('nil, Orchard, alio itore
room Just ncrnsi tn d, with post olllce nil
Joining and n cottage or ofllce ol three
iuuiiii. ah iit-cfstary ouiimuuinga.
t'rnli Orchard, Ky,
J. L. Klkin, Pror.,
Large, nlry outsldu rooms. Commerctnl
trailers a specialty. Hm-cIiiI rnt s by wcelc
or month. The proprietor Is n former Lin
coln county man nnd his friends should re
lnemlHT hlni hen stopping In Ills town.
The Great Texas Panhandle.
ltlcli land Is the hntUof nil wealth. Th
safest Investment nnd the surest money
milker. Is rich farming land. Clod Is stlil
retting on the "suwntu day." He Is not
making nny more land. The Texas Tan
handle Is the last of the rich, levl land for
settlement 111 this country. Fortunes wilt
Iw madoon the advance. In price on these
lands In the neit few years. Home seekers
III go no further when they ken It. Hwlsb
er county Is the garden sot nnd "pride of
the plains." The tiest watered and the rich
est laiiu, no clearing or griitiblng. no Moods
or cyclones. High altitude, delightful cli
mate. A proen wheat country. First
lirlie awarded our wheat and onts nt the
nsuouai u'oru reposition at Omaha, Ne
braska. For free Illustrated Ihhis let, address
CIAI. CM II.
Tulla,r)villier County Texas.
L. II. Hughes
T. W. Humble
W. O. Martin
20 Per Cent. Off.
20 per cent, oh" on nny Shoe in our house. Wc havo them
in Tuns, Pntcntc, Vicis, Ox Blood, Gun Metal, Etc. All stylen
and sizes. Top in Gray, Blue, Green, Black, Etc. Will nlo
asll any Oxfords nt exactly cost. This is strictly n cash proposi
tion We also have a nice line of Shirts, Tien, Etc., for men. Aleo
represent two of the best Tailoring concerns in the country and
guarantee Fit, Quality and Price.
HUGHES, MARTIN & CO.,
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes,
t isu siur rrffc-i ' i
- KU ft "i. ,
Fetthcrs, Tallow, Bosstru, Cinienjj, '
Golden ScaUYtDowKooO, M'x .pple.
Wild Clngrr. etc fe 're dealrrss
"tiltiW In 1 856 "Ortt bu. century io
LtsiiTiBe" sod tu do better (cr yea liaa
srsts or cmuBuaoa omtcKsus. RJnrsn,
r Bui ia LouiniSe. Wriis for wVly
poie li'l snd irinui us.
to. Sabbl t& Sons,
229 E. Mtrlet St. LOUISVILLE. KY.
We have gone through our line of
And picked out all of the short pieces and those which are slightly soiled
wo have marked them below cost in order to ruovo them, out before our
new stock arrives.
tkHIAArfv, 60 YEARS
Anronfl sumtnff a sketrb and description miy
(nilcklr crtln our opinion fre bather an
Intention Uprobsblr rsleiitiihle Conimualra.
lloiiMtrlctirconnileiitUl. HANDBOOK onl'ateuts
snt free. Oldest aiiencr for securing' patents.
I'atents taken tnniuirti Itunu A Co. mcelie
tprrtalnufk,, without cbarse, In tbs
A Yiandtomelv lUnttrAltM wMklr.
rulatluu of any nntltl9 Journal.
Crab Orchard, Ky.
Tinrjing, Plumbing, Heatirjg.
hot and cold water
The well-known Stanford establish
ment of S. Goldstein Is to bo closed
and the stock sold at auction, closed
out entirely. Lone circulating rumors
about tho impending liquidation of tho
well-known and reputed firm of S.
Goldstein has been alllrmcd by his an
nouncement that ho Is to havo an auc
tion sale of hla stock. Tho news has
created a stir In local business circles,
and although long expected, camo as a
shock to tho many friends and custom
era of Mr. S. Goldstein In Stanford
It Is reported that Mr. Goldstein is in
a bad way financially and is forced to
sell his stock ut about ono-half cost
price in oruer to raiso money to pay
creditors. This event, which starts on
Wednesday, Feb, 2, at 9 A. M.. un
doubfedly Will bo welcomed by tW buy
ing public, as they will save dollars up
on dollars on their Spring purchases.
Thousands aro expected to attend.
reari fourruontbs. IL
Branch OBco. OSS V PL Wasbliuton. V. U
PUBLIC SALE !
Having recently told kackour 'arm on the
niauiorii iiuu uuslouvilie DlLo,
from llustonxllle. In .I.h. Murnhv. ui t.nvo
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ueviueu iu return IO . drill Uliroilllll lltlU
coiue(Uently we will on
Friday, February 4th, J910,
Hell (or the IiIrIi dollar, all ot our rersoual
ty consisting o
Four Fine Teams of Mules,
All lit hands lilli and ouug and sound mul
fat, Willi KOutl uelKUt. hImi m rattle,
sheep and horses. All of our Kiirmlng Im
plements, which are good tiud uw. Inning
Ihh'ii used only one season. Ono brand, new
Ileum innehloe. lieerlniz make, tfitmiu'ii set.
tors, cultlwitms. Turning plows, lilw llnr
row ,S good wagons, and iniiiiyotlierthtiigs
too numerous to mention. A Unit
900 Bales Good Timothy Hay,
n.Doui -uu oarreis worn,
Alwut Wto tobacco sticks, and about A0
uorei oi uuiup.
Hale to begin promptly at U A m, Terms
muds knowu ouohv ol wile Will veil with.
out reserve finimlt IkuVt forgot that this
Don't let 1010 pass without having
house with a beautiful white
Porcelain Bath Outfit.
Have W. K. WARNER to iuelall your country water worku witii
rcawjnahle prices and guarantee.
We also carry iu stock FORCE AND CISTERN TUMI'S; Roeliug an!
Call and sec us.
W. K. WARNER,
stull goes whether the ground hov k
shadow or not. J. I'.CHANDLKIl, Auct
J. H. SHORE cn CO.
W. L. SrCARTY.Prcs. E. C. WALTON, V-Pres. L. R. IIUGIIES.8. AT
Stanford Real Estate Co.,
Farms and Town Property Handled on Couiiuuioii. Stocky and Ilonds
iold. Ii you Havo Property to Bell or Rent Notify Uo.
Write for Circular to
L. R. HUGHES Secretary, Stanford, Ky.