rp r if . ,-
vSpecial .Suit Offer.
Wo lmvo made a tpccln! price on n number of f 18 to 122 Tailor Suite
(for remaindei of Novcmlicr) of only $10. Look nt these before
New ! New !
Mercerized Altoraan, n new wash fabric, looks like Mlk, wears better.
Black, Navy, Alice, Rose, Green, Jlelio. Special price, 30c.
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SEVERANCE & SON. STANFORD KY.
The Interior Journal.
Btahfoiw, Kt., - Nov. 23,
Next month Is Xmas; see tho lino of
W. II. Mueller, the Jowolcr,
Roast that turkey In a Lish roaster.
It Is tho best. Geo. II. Karris, ARt."
Somk jtrcat barualns In box paper aro
bclmt cloned out lo maice room tor new
stock at Penny's Drug Store.
John Jones spent n few Jays in Lex
ington. Miss Uertiia McCLURE visited Crab
Mrs. J. F. HOLOAU visited Crab
HonN, to tho wife of Sam K. Dud
ilprar. a dnuchtcr
John Owsley KeiD spent several
days In Louisville.
Misa Dell Feland. of Usnvillo,
visitetl friends here.
Mr. J. W. ACKY visited his daughter
at Somerset last week.
Mn. L. W. Hughes will go to Atlan
ta tonight to visit a friend.
Mn. L. C. Whitt, of Prestonburjr,
was hero at court last week.
Mrs. Annie ItUS'ELL, of Lebanon,
was with friends here last week.
Messrs. S. T. Harris nnd J. S.
Hocker attended Lancaster court.
J. Welch Hochester spent several
days with his sister at Middlesboro.
Mil W. B. McKinney attended the
milters' convention at Lexington last
Mrs. It. W. KEENON la in Louisville
for a 10 day's stay. Harrodsburg Hor
Mr. W. G. Witiifrs Is back from
Ilnnalrrdom. where he has been at
Peter Halmeu and wife, of Shive
lw. this State, are with friends in this
Mrs. J. S. Owslby returned Friday
from a protracted visit to her parents
Mrs. G. G. Perry and Miss Bottle
Perry spent several days with Madison
Mrs. E. G. Dick, of Crab Orchard,
Is tho nuest of Mrs. Louis Landram.
John li. NeWUS and family, of Leb
anon Junction, spent last week with
their homefolka here.
"Mb. Will S. Nice and wife, of Llv
Inimton. havo been guests at tho home
of Mr. WilliamlFlclds.
Mesdaues G. C. Hikke and Jesse
Carncnter. of Hustonville, wcro here
for a abort while Friday.
Miss Pauline Hocker went lo Lex
incton vestcrday to see her sister at
Caiwell Woods, who has been with
his mother and sister here for a month,
returned to Cincinnati Saturday
Miss Sarah Haughman has gone to
Hlndman, Knott county, to take apos!
tion In the C. W. B. M. school.
Mr. J. Hoy U. hose, wire and son,
of Etowah. Tenn.. spent Saturday and
Sunday with her parents at Huston
Mr. J. M. Lono and wife spent sev
eral days with her brother, Mr. John
Carrier, at Pittabunt. He is very low
Messrs. Ron Wiutt, Gun Klnkerand
J. E. Rout and Mrs. Tate, of Louis
ville, accompanied tho remains of Eddie
Fariss Rout to this place.
Capt. R. R. Gentry will movo his
famllv to Frankfort next week. Our
people are glad to know that they will
not leave Stanford permanently.
Mr. J. W. Carbon and family have
moved from tho Turnersvlllo section to
Burnslde. Lincoln county peoplo In
general give up this good family with
Mr. Alex A. SiiARrE, who has made
Manager II. C. Wray, of the Stanford
Telephone Exchange, a splendid as
sistant, has returned to his homo In
Mercer. George liurdette has succeed
Mrs. W. Looan Wood, who has
been qulto ill, la much Improved. Mrs.
J. E. Claunch, who has been visiting
Mr. and Mrs. W. Logan Wood, return
ed to her homo In Somerset yesterday.
ifoilON CAMH1ELI. and hia protty
brido are hore. the guests of Mr and
Mrs. W. II. Mueller. Mrs. Campbell
was Miss Ellen Maya Kail, of Lancas
ter, end she is a beauiinii young wo
man. Mr Campbell
position with Mr,
! Chrysanthemums at GOc
Ed Hubbard, Stanford.
J. II. Haughman Co.'s mill will bo
closed Thursday, 2flth-Thanksglvlng.
If you nrc looking for fresh oysters
and celery go to J. D. Horton'e restau
mm ! '
You can net all tho Ingredients for
that Thanksgiving black cake at G. D.
Send your orders to day to W. II.
Higgins for supplies for your Thanks
THE grandest display of Xmas goods
ever shown will be at Karris' store
Date will appear next iisue.
The person who borrowed my roofing
tools will please return them. I need
them now. J. A. Allen, Stanford.
At the pie social at Walnut Flat
school-houso somo evenings ego pits
sold as high ns $1 20. The total amount
raised was $19.30.
will likolv take a
Mueller, tha jeweler.
,mii thn drat nf tho vear. when ho will
engage In business at Lawrcnceburg.
Everything good to eat for Thanks,
giving at Farrta'.
Those who fail to pay their taxes in
the Crab Orchard graded school district
by Dec. 1 will be advertised. Geo. W.
The Ladles' Aid Society of tho Chris
tian church at Crab Orchard will give a
bazaar and exchange in J. C. Magce's
vacant store-room on Dec. 11.
For Sale Thoroughbred Bronze
Turkeys, Pckin Drakes and White Wy
andotte Cockerels. Mrs. James N.
Cash, Turnersvlllo. Phono No. 99-2J.
I WILL be at Hustonville Saturday,
Nov. 27, to collect taxes. Tho penalty
is added Dec. 1. Pay up and save tho
nenaltv. T. J. Hill, sheriff Lincoln
Farm For Sale. Us-acro farm on
Dlx river, four miles North of Stanford
and near Hubble. Improvements fairly
good and splendid now barn. J. F.
Rigney & Son, Stanford.
The pupils of the Moreland Bellcvicw
High School will give an entertainment
and box supper on Thanksgiving night,
25th. The entertainment will be free.
Tho proceeds of the sale of boxes will
bo given to the High School library.
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W. L. Neal. in remitting for his
homo paper from Kimberley, Utah,
adds this postscript: "I am very glad
indeed that tho democrats wero so
successful in old Lincoln. Am always
delighted to hear of democratic suc
John Adaus. was killed and John
McCormlck, also colored, was seriously
wounded in a shooting bco during the
exercises of the colored school near
Moreland. McCormlck Is under guard
and wttl bo brought to jail hero as soon
as ho is ablo to be moved.
C. Leslie Carter, of Lexington,
tells us that the pumpkin atoriea wo
havo been printing aro small affaire
compared with a pumpkin he raised
while farming in Garrard. This mon
ster was five feet and nino inches in
circumference, 29 Inches long and
weighed 11C pounds. Bring on another
W. F. Mann, who has so many the
atrical successes to hia credit, will pros
sent at Walton's Opera House on Sat
urday, Dec. 4, "Tempest and Sunshine."
This play is a dramatization of Mary J.
Holmes' famous novel, and ia a per
fect transcript of life. Its characters
are real people, whose troubles und
joya aro real as their comedy and pa
thos. Tho cast includes some of the
very best known players in the profession.
Piano Recital. This program will
bo rendered by pupils of tho Graded
School beginning at 3 o'clock, this
Tuesday afternoon: Enchanted Bells,
Rathburn, Anna Lee Barker; Fourth
Mazurka, Godard, Mary Elizabeth Mc
Kinney; L'Eleganto, Wachs, Josephine
Price Carpenter; Return of Spring,
Moelling, Mary Moore Kaney; Valae,
Durand, Vera Totten; Second Mazurka,
Godurd, Anno Davis McRoberts; a
Guvotto, from Third English Suite,
Bach) b Boureo, from Third Suite for
Cello, Bach, c Bource, from Second
Violin Sonata. Bach, b Preamble,
from Sixth Violin-Sonata, Bach, Kate
Newland. No admission fee will be
New lino of guns at White's store.'
HI SIP-ii - -
Wanted, to buy a piano. Emil
Watch for date
next issue. Farrls.
of holiday opening
For nlco holiday presents go to Muel
lcr's jewelry store.
For presents that aro beautiful and
lasting, go to W. II. Mueller.
Oysters, celery, cranberries, dress
ed fowls, fruits and nuts, at Karris'.
Our store will be closed next Thurs
day, Thanksgiving. W. II. Higgins.
John II. Woner sold to
Walker, of Garrard, his fine
Wanted, to buv a rood Lincoln coun-
fly farm of the value of $20,000 to $30,-
000. Address Lock Box 201, Stanford,
- m m i.i..i
Read tho advertisement of Murphy
& Acton, the up-to-date Kings Moun
tain merchants. Something of interest
The Ladies Aid Society, of tho Crab
Orchard Baptist church, will have a pto
supper at tho "court house" there Fri
Our mill will be closed Thursday-
Thanksgiving. Supply yourself with
coal and feed to-day and Wednesday.
J. II. Baughman & Co.
ii-n i m m m i i
For Sale. Beautiful five-room cot
tage, garden, barn lot and barn, on Lo
gan avenue. Prlco and terms to suit
purchaser. Cicero Reynolds.
Talk with me before buying a type
writer, and seo sample at my home. T,
A. Brackett, local agent for Standard
Typewriter Exchange, New York.
The D. & D. football team, of Dan
ville, will play the Stanford High
School eleven here Wednesday after
noon nt 3 o'clock. Don't fail to see it
Mit. C. L. Dawes has our thanks for
valuable assistance with our gasoline
engine. He understands machinery and
can fix anything and is clever enough
to help his friends out in a timo of
"Tempest and Sunshine," a drama
tization of Mary J. Holmes1 popular
novel, will be seen at Walton's Opera
House on Saturday night, Dec. -4. The
comedy is amusing and the love story
Paid Insurance. Deputy State com
mander A. C. Sine has received a check
for $1,075 held by the late Geo. Pendle
ton in tho Maccabees. This claim was
settled in 10 days after death. Mr.
Sine turned tho check over to bene
ficiaries. . . .. .. m m i
Union Thanksgiving services will be
held at the Baptist church, Thursday
at 10:30 A. M Rev. J. J. Dickey, pas
tor of tho M. E. Church, South, will
deliver tho address. The music will be
rendered by the combined choirs of tho
Quite a big number of "too previous"
hunters were rounded up by Game
Warden Joe Salleo and the expenses of
their doings amounted to $10 each and
coats. --Somerset Republican. We are
glad that there ia one game warden in
Kentucky who attends to the job to
which ho was appointed.
' I I !
Hewitt. -Eddie Fariss Hewitt, IE.
year-old son of Mrs. Ella Hewitt, of
LouIbvIIIo, and grandson of Mr. Joe II.
Rout, of this place, died of scarlet fever
and diphtheria after a protracted illness
and the remains were brought here and
interred in Buffalo cemetery Friday
morning after services at the grave by
Rev. J. J. Dickey. He was a bright,
manly little fellow and his untimely
death is greatly regretted.
Huffman. Mrs. Elizabeth Huffman,
relict of John Huffman, died at her
homo near Gilberts Creek Thursday
night of troubles Incident to old age.
She is survived by five children, Messrs
O. Perry Huffman, of this place, John
and William Huffman, of tho Gilberts
Creek vicinity, James Huffman, of
Dane, Okla , and Mrs. Lizzie Estes.
Her husband died somo 40 years ago
and she had since made her homo with
her sons, Messrs. John and William
Huffman. Deceased was 80 years old
and for many years had been a devout
member of the Christian church. She
was a most excellent woman and the
many who loved her are saddened by
her taking away.
New no of shoes at White's store.
for Thanksgiving at
Meat cutters, lard presses, sausage
Bluffers, lard cans etc., at W. II. Hig
gins'. Go to tho piano recital this afternoon
and encourage the players by your interest.
For tho greatest reduction in mil
linery, especially wings and all fancy
trimmings, go to tho Misses Straub.
The piano pupils of the graded school
will give a recital in tho Auditorium
this afternoon at three o'clock. Ad
L. It. Hughes
T. W. Humble
W. O. Martin
The ladies of the Christian church of
iurnersville will givo an oyster supper
in tho school-houBe near the church
from 4 to 9 Saturday evening next,
27th. Everybody invited.
Old Apple. Mr. J. R. Russell,
familiarly known as "Doc," brought to
Mr. Mack Huffman from his farm be
tween Highland and Ottenheim Satur
day an apple that he raised in 1906. It
was sound and good and looked as if it
might be kept another year or so.
Ouk West End friends will havo an
opportunity of seeing an amusing and
novel entertainment at Alcorn's Opera
House, Hustonville, on Wednesday
night, November 24th. Joe Knapp will
present Daniel, tho Ventriloquist and
slight of hand man, who has both pleas
ed and amazed myriads of people. Ad
mission 15c and 25c. Go.
At the wind-up of the November
term of court Saturday the bar passed
resolutions commending and thanking
Circuit Clerk James F. Holdam for his
splendid record for tho past 12 years. A
number of touching speeches were made
and tho clever gentleman who will leave
us Jan. 1, must feel proud of tho good
feeling and esteem he is held in by the
lawyers and others here. Our people
will givo up Mr. and Mrs. Holdam with
FOR SALE OR RENf .
One hnu.e for mle or rent, containing 7
room,, 3 pnrrliea, good fruit, S acre, of land,
RoodoutbulUllacicon thvHomeritt pike. 4
inllea from Htanfonl. For further partlcu
Inn, write V... llnt(n,Mawood, Ky.
JOE KNAPP Presents
The Ventriloquist anil Slight of
Hand Artist nt Alcorn's
Wednesday, Nov. 24,
Two hours of fun nnd mystery. Chil
dren, 10c; adults, 'Joe.
Report of tho Condition of
LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK.
at Htnnford, K In too Htntn 6f Kentucky,
u. iu.viuivui uu.im... .lur. 10, iwr.
Winter is about here and it will pay you to look through our
stock before buying.
Seo our line of Scarfs, Underwear, Outing, Dress Goode,
Shoes, Hosiery, Skirts, Ginghams, Novelties, Etc., Etc. This
stock has been carefully selected and wo absolutely know our
prices aro right. Wo invite comparison on any article in our
store and wo guarantee quality and prices to be equal to any in
town nnd in n good many cases the price to be lower and ' the
quality to be better.
HUGHES, MARTIN & CO.,
Dry Goods. Notions, Shoes,
WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE,
Saturday, Dec. 4, 909.
W. F. Mann Presents
MISS DOLCE MELROSE and
MISS MADGE THURSTON
A Dramatization of MARY J. HOLMES'
A Beautiful Story of Southern Life.
2ND SUCCESSFUL SEASON. Special Scenic Production. Prices, 25,
50 and 75c. reserved Seats on Sale at SIIUGARS
M. G. MURPHY.
J. W. ACTON.
Loan, and Dltcount, I SNUW7 M
OwrdrHft,,ecurvdnudiin,ecured 8t,8f7 w
u. n. noniu io iucure circulation
Hanking house, furniture und fix
ture, . .. ... .
Duo from National Hank, (not re-
Duo from Htatti and l'rlwite Hank,
and ltunkin.Trutt Uompanleaaud
Due (ronniiiprOMU retvrt e ugeiit,
IMii'Ck, and other caih Item,.
Note, of other National lianki
fractional pa per currency .nickel,
(.awful Money He.trve In Hank,
vtti Hptcle IIUMUJ
Legal-tender note, ... 5-hu tw
Itrdemptlon fund vt llli I'. H. Treats,
urer (6 per et. of circulation)
Unnltnl Htor k intld In
Hurnlui fund .. .
Unulxldid profit,, lex oxxiike,
und tnxe, wld
National lkink uotetoutttandlni;
Due to other Nat. Hank, v.lvl M
Dun to Htntu and l'rl
ntellunkiA llauker, 310 W
Ilulh Idiinl tlepotll, Uti.
lect to cluck JlflrtV-i
(Vrtllled cheik, 710 CO
i so.no no
Just tbiuk of it. Tho person that buys goods on timo nnd navs hi
accounts has to pay enough extra to makeup for the ones that do not pay, or
the merchant has to go out of business. Remember we save you money on
each purcba. Men's extra heavy overalls iMc; men's heavy fleeced under
wear 4 1c per garment; a full suit for 88c; a full linp of iniscs' nnd ladith'
underwear 24c up to 40c; men's heavy work shirts 4l)c; the bet outimrs. anv
color, 9Jc per jnrd; heavy Dress Ginghams Wc; Apron Gimibnins (H nnd
7c; 84 patent shoes 83.53; 84 vici kid and box calf shoes $3.53; men's bro-
gans 81.20 nnd soon. Arbuckles cofieo 15c; n regular 20c bulk colTee 17c;
Ron Bou Baking Powder 4c; Arm & Hammer Soda 4c; keg soda 2 llw. for
5c; Capital Matches, largo box, 4c; Ohio River Salt, 280-lb. barrel, $1.50.
Don't forget to call for a copy of our monthly price list on or after the 15th
of each mouth.
MURPHY Ot ACTON
Tho Cash Bargain Store,
King's Mountain Ky.
Briug Your Cattlo aud
f o.lt lor money Loriuv.i'd tnjWO u)
lllll, payalile. Ihcludlngl'ertMcatr,
f lON,4il U
Cnuntyof Lincoln, t
I, W. M. Ilrlght.liatliler of tnoahote-uniued
tuilik, do .oleuuily iv.ear that the aWno
ttatemvnt 1, true to the Utt of my knowl.
edgeuiid W'llif. v, M.Uuiuur,Oa.hlr.
Hulwcrlbed und (worn to heforu me thl,
Jut U day of Nor, I1W. J.J. MclU)Urt. N. 1'
rinvUA At, u.l. t II Ou.l.M U IT
Hhunk,, J, li. I'uxton, Director,.
Nwinelley's New stock
Aro now completed and aro ready for nil kinds
of livo stock, with good covered pens nnd
plenty of feed and water. First-claw accom
modatioug and charges reasonable. Your tup
port aud patrouago cordially elicited. Phone
No. 1. Court Day, Second Monday,
I. M. BRUCE. Assistant.
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