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Digital page images are linked to the text file. if jIE INTERIOR7 JOURNAL u VOL XXXVII f i STANFORD KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 14 1009 N0 S4 If Bud Reynolds in the Land of Grasshoppers I f NeoLA KANS Dec G As I promis ed BO many beforo leaving Kentucky t that I wuold write I know of no bettor way to write to all than through tho I J I loft Waynesburg with my family 1 for Kansas on Nov 16 overtho Q jC Our hearts were heavy and our would constantly go back to tho l many friends wo were leaving behind Wo were met at Ludlow by our neph nw Oz Reynolds and hIs pleasant wlf at 6IO IM Wo ate supper and pent two hours most pleasantly with them Wo loft Kentucky soil at 830 p M via Covlngton Suspension Bridge Left Cincinnati at Q r 16 and day light of tho 17th found us speeding through Western Illinois on a fig Four fast tram Wo reached St Louis at 730 A M and had an hour and 30 minuted In which to get cinders out of our eye wash our faces and cat breakfast bo fore leaving St Louis ovcr tho Missou ri Pacific It was a beautiful day and 1 It added a great deal to the beauty of t1thescenery Wo pled for many miles tho Missouri river and must say that Missouri has as good looking blue gross land almost as Kentucky and i her growing wheat is tho best I have seen At St Louis wo telegraphed our our old friend and cousin John Rey nolds at Sedalla Mo that we would stop and pay him a 24 hours visit r- on 0 reacblngthat place we were met by him and taken to his home where n splendid dinner awaited us He left nothing undone to make our stay pleasant Sedalla is one of tho prettiest and most uptodate towns I was ever In It has a population of 40000 to 45 tOO and is growing fast It is on a rich level prairie and her bluo grass and fino horses make ono think of home I was taken to the top of tho splendid now court house where ono gets a tine view 4 of tho city and country To reach tho top of the court house domo ono has to climb 142 steps Tho Missouri State Fair has its buildings and ground hero and any citizen of Sedalla Is bound toi bo proud of them Wo left Sedalla at 3 r to on tho 18th nnd reached Kansa City at G30 where we took supper and waited until 11 r M before leaving for our destination Most of our 51 hours wait was spent In seeing the sight o the city as best wo could by night At 11 oclock we bid farewell to our friend John Reynolds who had come with us from Sedalia and started over the fast Rock Island road for our destination At Turon Kos which place wo reached at 10 A M on the 19th wo were met by friends and wero soon made to feel that wo were not altogether among strangers t Tho weather has behaved very well only slight rains falling up to yester day when it got on a tear and snowedI 4and blowed all day and was cold but today It is clear and a little warmer Tho ground is covered with snow I have rented a farm at Neola and moved to it Dec 1 If this dont reach the waste basket in my next I will give a description of our now home nnd tell you how I like the Sunflower Grasshopper StateM G REYNOLDS Forced Into Exile t Wm Upchurch of Glen Oak Oil la was an exile from homo Mountain air bo thought would euro a frighitu lung rauklng cough that had doted all remedies for two years After six months ho returned death dogging his steps Then I began touscDr Kings Now Discovery Lc writes ahd af for taking six bottles I am as wall as over It saves thousands yearly from dospornto lung diseases Infal s llhlo for Coughs and Colts it dlspola t Iloarsoncs dad Soro Throat Cures Grip l1roncllltls I1cmorrhlllcs Asth mn Croup Whooping Cough Qe and 1 trial bottlo free guaranteed by Penny Drug Store questlnardorthattheyt Winter months nnd bo out in time to put in crops next William Still Joe Plyman andTom Gooaoy three of tho moonshiners arrested in Eatlll county were taken to Catlcttsburg from Richmond for trial at the present term of the Federal Court in session there v Pains of ifomeui head pains or any pain stopped ln n minutes sure with Pr hoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25o box Sold liy Pens nyH DrugStore Early to shop and early to stop Is the wise way Rut many a girl follows the whirl Day after day Nervous dyspeptics bo sensible try Miona It relieves at once It cures in a few wIcks 0 L 1norvousneSi 1 it Large box Soc 1 W W Noe president of the First State Bank of Harlan died at Pine vllle where ho bad gone for treatment HUSTorivlLLEI I The choir moots Friday evening next for rehersal at the homo of G C Rilfo I on Danville Ave lIon Harvey Helm has secured an Increase of pension for George Bailey colored of this place I Jesse O Carpenter has returned fromI Cincinnati where he purchased a new outfit for his livery barn A camp of Cuban beggars with wagons animals etc have been camping near here for some time Look out for themA 10pound magistrate has arrived at Helmwood Heights to further bless the homo of Mr and Mm J K Helm and to lovingly attend them In their declin ing years Virgil Denham son of J P Dcnham living near Jumbo and Miss Miss Maud Uaugh were married by Rev Long on lost Tuesday They have gono to house keeping on his fathers farm Mrs Mattlo Oeazley of Moreland and a Mr Vance of Tennessee arous ed old lire Burk the coldest night of last week and had him to pronounce the ceremony in his bare feetonly had on his trousers What the hurry was none explained On account of increased business tho Huslonvillo Produce Co has rented ad 1 ditional storage barns and poultry lots They bought 29660 worth of eggs from ono man Saturday and they have 1000 turkeys to ship this week and about as many chickens Miss Bettie Lyon daughter of Evan Lyon who has been tho guest of rela lives and friends at Springfield III fora few weeks was married there on tho 8th to Albert Coleman Mr Cole man is in business there and he and hit bride will not bo able to visit Kentucky until next summer The ladies bazaar at the Emporium Flats Saturday was overwhelmed with success Their receipts wero 135 and they have some very desirable stock on hands yet The upper was fit for a Lord and the service inimitable The management tenders its thanks to pa trons and friend and claims now the same date for their Elysian bazaar next yearAmong the live stock shipments from hare last week were One car of hogs at Cs to 7ic and one car of heavy corned cattle at 61 to file by Myers d Vaughn Illffe Tucker shipped some nixed hogs and butcher cattle at Cc rod 3 to 4c Coulter d McCormack shipped a car of butcher cattle at 3 to 4c and one of hogs at CJ W 7c Cornelius Floyd the efficient teacher of tho Jumbo school and Miss Ethel Bastin both of Wayncsburg were married Dec 5 by Itev Iee at Grove Ky Tho professor is preparing for n splendid Christmas entertainment at his school The exercises will be Interesting and a Christmas tree will make many hearts leap for joy All invited Tho cold spell last week almost depopulated the six schools on Rural Route No1 Tho Richards school having tho largest attendance in good weather dropped to the lowest in bad there being only a dozen or so present The Smith school taught by Miss Stella Hubble had the largest attendance This is due to tho popularity of the leather Tho tobacco growers in this part of tho county and in Casey are reaping an unprecedented harvest at this time The volume of money that is brought in hero daily would surprise your readers Purdom at Moreland Peavyhouso d Sons of this place and Kincaid West at McKinney are getting the bulk of it Thero is already talk of pitching larger crops next Spring Tha McDowell Medical Society of Cincinnati on Thursday evening last celebrated tho hundreth anniversary of the first ovarian operation by any known surgeon in tho world Dr Ephruim McDowell of Danville Ky was tho man who did it Several Kentucky doctors wero invited and attend ed nnd tho encomiums they showered upon their entertainers would fill a volume Dr Fayctte Dunlap of Danville was one of the speakers and his address was received with marked enthusiasm Dr Louis Schwab mayorelect of Cin cinnati presided with all the dignity of a Cushing rho banquet was held at the Hotel Alms and it looked as if the Queen City had been gleaned for all the good things within Its walls It was superb and heartily enjoyed Not ono drop of wino or any other intoxi cant was on tho tablea vast Improvement over former customs The cleverest imitation of roalcolTco over yet made Is Dr Shoops Health Coffee It Is fine In flavor and Is made in just ono minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Mado from puro parched grains malt nuts etc Sample frco Pennys Drug Store Dave McQueen colored was given a life sentence by the Fayette circuit court for killing Leon Yandell Mc Queen admitted the killing butclaimed he shot in selfdefense NEWS NOTES Jessamine county will vote on local option Feb 17 In tho local option election in Estill county Saturday every precinct went- dry The majority is 917 Fear of a coal famine has been aroused at Minneapolis by tho continuance of the switchmens strike A gas explosion In tho Sunnyaide saloon at Lexington injured seven persons and wrecked tho whisky house Believing him a night rider Nick Muntz shot Eva Coy in Harrison county from which he died a few hours la terThree men wore burned to death acd a number seriously injured in a fire which destroyed a manufacturing plant In PitUburg Tennessee has expended this year 1529178 12 for the cause of public ed ucation The entire amount expended last year was 504908 20 The woman found in White river canal near Connersvllle Ind proves to be Mrs Maurice Keller who disap peared from Cynthians this State While hunting Samuel W Haslett of Newburg N Y fired at a rabbit shot William Howdcn in the leg and killed a valuable foxhound Tho rabbit escaped Tho storm which passed over Lake Erie reaped a deadly harvest and laid waste moro than 10000000 worth of vessel property Fully GO people were lostOno man was killed and two were so badly injured that they probably will die when two cars loaded with dynamite and other explosives blew up at the Minnesota transfer near St PaulThe Court of Appeals decided that lames II Parrish of Owcnsboro must serve fivo years in the penitentiary for Wrecking the Owensboro Savings Rant and Trust Company of which he was presidentCharging that It was a libelous publication the city authorities of Spokane Wash seized every copy of the Industrial Worker the organ of the Industrial Workers of tho World as it came oil the press Miss Virginia Wardlaw the aged aunt of Mrs Ocey W M Snead the victim of tho bathtub tragedy was arraigned boforo Recorder Nott in East Orange N J on the charge of murdering her niece Defalcations amounting to several thousand dollars from the Daughters of tho American Revolution by a clerk employed in the national headquarters of the society at Washington were mado known last week The Court of appeals decided that tho State Racing Commisson has the right to regulate the conduct of race courses and race meetings in Kentucky and furthermore to prescribe just how the betting shall bo conducted Three men died of suffocation and 21 others were overcome and rescued with difficulty as a result of a peculiar accident at a mine of tho Shoemaker Mining Company 15 mites from Johns town Pa All are foreigners- On returning from church Mrs John H Brunen of Covington found her husband dead in bed with his throat slashed and a bullet in his brain Bru nen was a saloonkeeper and his rash act is attributed to brooding over dull businessMrs Eliza Gribble aged 70 years was killed at Savannah Ga i Mrs Car rie Orlando was first assaulted and then killed and Mrs Maggie Hunter was so badly beaten that she is at tho point of death in a hospital by a Negro now at large The firemen and citizens of Butler fought in zero weather all night a fire which threatened to wipq out the town With the assistance of tine Cov ington fire department the flames were conquered after seven business lioustB on tho main street were destroyed The loss was 50000 Mrs Hazlett whose husband was killed in Shelby county by Walker Dun can who claimed ha thought Hazlett a night rider was awarded a verdict of 5000 in tho Franklin circuit court against Duncan and 1000 each against Hubert Kessler and Riley Harrod who Vero near Duncan when ho shot Har lott The body of an unknown white man with throe bullet holes in his body was found on the tracks of tho Illinois Central railway near Rives Tcnn The in dications are that the man was murder ed and his body placed across the rails Joseph Johnson a Negro has been ar rested The prisoner and the dead man lived at Mayfield Ky A Scolded Boys Shrieks horrified his grandmother Mrs Maria Taylor of Nebo Ky who writes that when all thought be would die Buck lens Arnica Salvo wholly cured him Infallible for Hums Scalds Cuts Corns Wounds Bruises Cures Fe verSoros Dolls Skin Eruptions Chilblains Chapped Hands SbVfi routs Piles 25c at Pennys Drug- Store hahhhahThehhhh hhhhhhhMphathhh1 h hMe hersAhheZi IhMRhM1hMhMAA11R151 hAr 444444444S i Just at this season of the year theres many a perjj son who is wondering what to give a man fort Christmas 1 I 2 2 J The man cant tell you probably he doesnt5 I iiknow but the chances are that inside of two weeks Christmas hell be coming in here to buyji something he wants that you could have given him = Jjjor a present di SUGGESTIONS FOR CHRISTMAS if uJ4 y the man and we will tit him ifJame arc many other things for men in a store like this not so costly as S- bji Clothes quite as acceptable and useful j 2 Fine Neckwear 50c to 200 4Z 5 Umbrellas up to 81250 1Ii ifSwenter Coats 100 to 400 Iit Z 25c to 200 Iriii8100 y II Six pair HoleProof Socks 8150 t tjtf Silk Mufflers dainty styles 5 3 fiti II Jtj- j i Mens Jewelry Sets of all sorts r 2 These arc only a few suggestions We can not dialogue the whole stock Jy 2Como in and gee We will help you find some useful article that your 44friend will appreciatertf Cummins Sc Wearen if sai t 4 ireeeMsaarhhhhhhhrhrhhsra awaavaaveaserora e 8l hhrq MATRIMONIAL Virgil Denham aged 21 and Miss Maud Baugh 19 were made one at J M Lungs James T Rash aged 18 and Mists Elizabeth Forman 17 eloped from Ma son county and were married Judge P D Collier of the East End and Mrs Fannie B Martin of Cynthi ana were married at Lexington last weekJoseph Vance aged 33 and Mrs Mattie Grissom 40 were hound in wed locks holy bonds by Rev Burke of the West End- harry Maybricr aged 20 and Miss Ruth Belle Vanhook 17 were married in County Clerk Coopers office by Judge Owsloy At Xenia 0 Robert Lowry aged 80 and Miss Rosa Jones G9 were made one The groom had thrice been mar ried and the bride had two divorces to her credit Dont drug tho stomach or stimulate ibo heart or kidneys That is wrong It is the weak nerves that are crying out for help Vitalize these weak In side controlling nerves with Dr Snoops restorative and sew how quickly good health will come to you again Test It and sect Sold by Pen nys Drug Store t As a means of raising money for church work the necktie tying contest is the latest A fortunate man is chosen as model and successive and presumably blushing maidens have a try at arranging his neckwearin scien tific shqpc The winner Isittvnl1prize not tho young man and the competitors buy tickets for the privilege of en tering tho match John Duley 53 years of age a bank er and former president of tho Mays villa Commercial Club committed suicide in a boardinghouse at Lexington by shooting himself through the head and heart Mr Duley had been in bad health for tho last two years A tlckllog or dry cough can be quicK ly loosened with Dr Snoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store A passenger train and a freight train on thA Illinois Central crashed headon near Pana III Both engines were do molished 4000 bushels of corn dumped into a ditch and 30000 damage was done to the rolling stock Two train men were injure- dProventtcsth CanyCold Cure Tabletswill safely and quickly check all colds and the grip Try them once and seal 4825c Sold by Pennys Drug Store- Mies w Rose Elizabeth Cleveland eia t tijftuate President Cleveland has just signed the national suffrage peti lion I Xmas Goods We will show you the nicest linoof Xmas goods from all the foreign pattcrics ever shown here Dinner Ware Novelties BricaBraa and Cora muuity Silverware Carving Seta and other things too numerous to mention Come and eec us nnd you will agree with ul I GEORGE He FARRIS Stanford FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKYJj ORGANIZED IN 1882JCAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 Vv HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216 500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Uss of our Customers We Solicit Your Account 3 I t OFFICERS- i V I S Hocker President- S T Harris Vfce President John J McRobertJ Cashier H C Biughman Asst Cashr WAVSaundersBookkeeper DIRECTORS F Reid J II Baughman M D Elmore JlI Pettus H C Baughman J F Cummins l S T Harris no C Robinson W B OBannon J S Hocker c C E Tate f HB NORTHCOTT J Wit Pay thejlighest Market Price for Turkeys See him before selling Call 5 I 153 Stanford Ky I iIiI H B NORTHCOTT Stanford The Interior Journal Eo Co WALTON HON HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county It n candidate for re nomination for Congress from the Kigali iiutrlot subject to of the demo cratio party MR MANN of Illinois has introduce a bill prescribing drastic penalties fo the white slave traffic It makes it a crime for any person to aid entice or force any female to go from one State to another for immoral purposes with a fine of 5000 and imprisonment for five years If the girl be under 18 si penalty is 10 years and 10000 fine Mr Mann does not think that even this severe punishment will deter all the brutes engaged in the business 4 bu t even if it results in the reduction of immorality it will be of great service The horrors of the traffic are fearful to contemplate and hanging is too good- for those found engaging in it We hope Mr Manns bill will become law IN our absence this paper went after Hon Harvey Helm pretty hot on the proposition of a government building In Stanford As a matter of fact we want I contiIdentevery effort for the establishment ofI one at his home town here while he is preparing to place them over his district Mr Helm knows Stanfords needs and he is far toojpatriotic a son of Lincoln county to let anything good pass us by In thennean time the I J will appoint itself a committee to look for a good and suitable site Tom Lancaster Record gives us too much credit We voted a dozen or times more or less for a new cour house and urged through these columns the necessity of a I new and adequate temple of justice but the lions share of the credit is due our sterling youn men who took the bit in their mouth- and showed the mossbacks a thin or two By the way come over an take a peep at the magnificent building Tie worth coming miles to see NEWS comes from Washington that Congressman Edwards has split with Senator Bradley and Congressmen Ben nett and Langley over the ppointment- oC a district attorney for tho Eastern district The former wants H C Ev ersole of Owsley and the three latter desire Lewis L Walker of Lancaster We wish they would compromise on Hon G M Davison of this place THE MonetaryCommission has completed a comprehensive study of the banking and monetary systems the leading nations of the world an will soon publish a limited number volumes containing the details and re suits of its findings Congress will basked to authorize the publication of the volumes in large numbers for sale at a nominal price IREV I J gPENqER pastor of the t Central Christian church Lexington strenuously objects to Kentucky wo men being classed with horses as one of the things for which Kentucky is fa mous He declares that the reference to women in this connection shows a degraded taRte and that the pointed praise of physical beauty in women lack refinement I Mn W P WALTON is making the editorial page of the Lexington Gazette fairly bristle with his trenchant pen It Is the feature of that good paper andI we do not wonder at the popularity of tho publication It is the best after noon paper in the State and by odds the beet paper ever published in Lexington IF you have a leg or an arm cut off take Novocaine A New York woman had a severe operation performed and BO great is the anesthetic that she watched the proceedings for a while and tiring of seeing the doctors use the knife on her she procured a book and read until they got through R CHARLBSWORTU who has Charley Moores old Blue 1JonN since the owners death the name of the paper to The Rationalist since Mr Charlesworth became president of the organization of Rationalists t PRESIDENT TAFT accepted an invi tation to attend the conservation con vention to be held at Indianapolis in February When he goes to the Indi aaa city he will likewise make brie visits to Louisville Cincinnati an Nashville CONGRESS expects to be unusually busy this week in an effort to clear a way as much routine business as pos Bible in readiness for the sterner con troversies that will follow tho holiday adjournment WHO would have thought it Your Undo Jo Blackburn has resigned as- a member of the Isthmian Canal Com t mission Truly the days of miracles I t are again upon us I A COVINGTON saloonkeeper I t himself because business was dull I Looks like the rum saloon is going of t ire own accord f l I POLITICAL Congress will adjourn for the holidays December 21 and the Christmas recess will continue for two weeks terminat ing January 4- Announcement was made at Indian opolis that Senator Aldrich of Rhode Island will speak there January 20 I He is to speak under the auspices of the Indiana Manufacturers Bureau- r The next Legislature will be asked to create a State Engineering Department in charge of a competent en gineer tot the purpose of having su pervision of road building in Ken lucky In a caucus at Washington Demo ofISenate to succeed Senator Culberson of Texas whoso resignation was presented A controversy over railroad legisla j tion will be participated in Congress this Winter which in intensity of Interest and gravity of importance prom ises to surpass tht legislative conflicf over railroad ratesJour years ago A bill evidently designed to cover cases of contempt of court similar to associatesLabor and greatly restricting the power of the courts in such cases was in traduced in the House by Representa tive R Y Thomas of Kentucky With the reelection of Joseph E Ransdell a member of Congress from Louisiana as president Capt J F El lison of Cincinnati as secretarytreas urer and John A Fox of Arkansas as special director and declaring through its resolutions for a new department for treatment of waterway Improvements the Rivers and Harbors Con gross adjourned at Washington introducedtOne appropriates 6000 to build a bridge over Otter Creek and the other 14600 to build a similar bridge and apt Creeksnecessary anddgov ernment on the Kentucky river IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mt Vernon is to have electric lights in the near future Joseph Hansel aged 69 died of paralysis at Mt Vernon D Lee Currey was chosen mayor of Harrodsburg without opposition Micajah Phipps has been appointed postmaster at Slat Wayne county George F Crawford has been appointed postmaster at Ferndale Bell countySheriffs Lincoln Wells of Casey coun havefof the Bryantsville vicinity fell from a hayloft and sustained serious injuries G P Johnson jailer of Laurel has resigned after serving 12 years Jailer elect Pigg was appointed to fill the placeA has been secured from Laure county to try Allen Gambriel for the allegedlmurder of John Gambriel in Knox county The officers of tho Garrard circuit court and members of the Lancaster bar gave a banquet at the Hotel Ken garlan in honor of Judge W C Bell of Harrodsburg who is holding his last term of court there Jeptha Guinn formerly a member of the Middlcaborojpollco force and Leon ard Anderson sonof a prominent Lee county Virginia farmer were run over and instantly killed at Big Stone Gap Va by a locomotive W A Reynolds and C L Evans of Junction City and J Beecher Adams of Danville have bought the Lillard drugstore at Danville Mr Adams who a registered pharmacist will have charge of the business Old Beech will run it right we predict A Lancaster special says The grand jury made no finding in the case against County Judge A D Ford charged by Stade Inspector Thatcher with malfea sance in office Judge Ford was given- a signed statement exonerating him of any criminal purpose or intentional violation of the law The grand jury made no report in Circuit Clerk J W Hamiltons case- Indictments wero returned by the Federal grand jury at Toledo 0 against 16 Sicilians charging a conspiracy to use the malls in an attempt to extort money from John Ami con an Italian merchant of Columbus and 14 others Tho defendants are al thedorgani zation of widely extended member ship Lawrence erin of Baltimore whose eccentric actions recently attracted at- tentIon in Spain has been detained at Tangier at the request of representa tives of the United States government pending instructions from the State Department at Washington a Dispatches from Bluefields Nicaragua stated that a reign of terror is be- Ing maintained at Managua and that withdprisons aIsrael Putnam claiming to be 120 yea rs old fe dead Barren county CHURCH MATTERS Rev C R Blain of Louisville will preach at the Presbyterian church Sun day morning and evening The protracted meeting at the Baptist Church has been one of great spirit ual power Rev Martin is a fine speaker and talks from his heart of the things that concerns the souls of men Middlesboro Record Beginning at Wednesday nights prayer meeting Rev D M Walker of the Christian church will preach a series of sermons on Prayer Ho asks as full an attendance at these meetings as possible Kills Her Foe of 20 Years The most merciless enemy I had for 20 years declares Mrs James Duncan of Haynesvllle Me1Ias Dyspepsia I suffered intensely after eating or drinking and could scarcely sleep After many remedies had fan ed and several doctors gave mo up I tried Electric Bitters which cured mo completely Now I can eat a I am 70 years old and am overjoyed to get my health and strength back again For Indigestion Loss of Appetite Kidney Trouble Lamo Back female Complaints its unequaled Only 60c at Pennys Drug Store PARKERS BALSAMtlmnottf t lamieel Krr yells to nton any Hair to it Youthful Color Gun cmlp dlicuM k HlUBC JfeandlLUUtl DIM FARM FOR RENT I farm of UW acres 70 of which Is cleared land Is for rent privately 25 acres are sowed In grass remainder for cultivation corn and tobacco on shares In Uraded School district Has dwelling of sir room two tone chimneys two lire stock barn and tobacco and other outbuild ings W M MCKPHT Kings JIountnlnKy StockholdersMeetingA tlonul bank of Hustonvllle will be held at their banking house In Hurtonvllle the sec ond January 1810 between Sand It AM for the purpose of electing dlreo ton to serve the ensuing year J W HOCKKR Cashier Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the First National Hank of Stanford will btt held at their banking house the second Tuesday In January lliiu for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year Joux J MrllonKHTS Cashier StockholdersMeeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Lln coin County National Bank of Htanford will be held nt banking house the second Tuesday In January ivio for the purpose of electing directors lor the ensuing year W M IlBiniiT Cashier StockholdersMeeting A meeting of tho stockholders of the Crab Orchard Banking Co of Crab Orchard will be held at their honking house the first Monday in Jannary 1V1Q for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing your 30 BAILEY Cashier Harry Jacobs Denier In and Manufacturer of Marblo and Cranlto Monu monts Starker and Posts Cemetery and LAwn Vases and Settees Omee and works Sic Kinney K- yCLEMENS HOTEL J L ELKIN Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKY Large airy outside rooms Commercial travelers n pecwlt Hpeclal rates by week or month The proprietor is a former Lin coin count JUan and his friends should remember him when stopping in his town The Remedy that Always Cues cEllo li recognized n the most honest sd ZRio y Intttntlr telleres sal potltletr sd pers Decal cores Ectem sod sll Itchlot ilia dlKitcs Get s botIIo4AIl Draetlss Writ for tuple FWaose11edldneCSL Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Ky1 Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods Auctioneer I iIoffer my auctioneeri4atiractloncoin county as an guaranteed MorelandNo1 TURKEYS FOR SALE I Gobbler and hens of the Langerdon h Conger and Owen A llarbee strain for Thoroughbred bronco large bone and beautiful plumage Sins W K UlflHON It nI Phone 8 4 J J BELDEN For Home and Carriage and Trim ruing Paper Hanging Jun and Locksmith Ing Shop opposite dllpot- J J UKLDKXBtnnford Ky H FOR SALE I Cover Hotel at Grab Orchard alto storeroom lust across street with pot onico ad Joining nnd it cottage or otlloo of three rooms All necessary outbuildings Mites UUItTIH UOVJm Oruh Orchard KY WANTED TO RENT SMALL FARM I want to rent a sninll fnrm of no to 100 acres two or three miles from Stanford Prefer land partly In cultivation and partly In grass Hnmll bouse desired Address W P K Interior Journal Offlce Stanford fk- yStock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock of Ore cedes and Hardware n boil ness Will invoice about J1KW lUoion 111 health CEO HOPlKIlHtnnfonVKjr BaD CARTER New Livery Depot Street Phone 96- TANFOADKENTUCK O B FRU1TTM- orolnnd Kontucky NcvTFall Lino Millinery now in Also Ivcw Furniture coming in al most dailyG Pnurrr Morelnnd Ky PUBLIC SALE oF LAND Twill sell to the highest bidder on the premises on WKDNUHDAY DEO 15 llUI purchaltdpUe nlwutH of n mile from city limits of Winchester K containing about M acres It will be sold ns a whole or in three tracts rollowllTruct 1 contalnsKUW mod ern dwelling of eight rooms hlliiand bath- roomgoodorobardatoek IJarn and largo tobacco barn and necessary Improve 1i1tntl Tract No 1 contains 20 acres without Im provements Tract a contains about lleso acres without Improvements Each of these tracts plko and Is In- high state of cultivation TEltSiItOnu half cash Starch J 1910 ro malnderlnonennd two years with note ate per cent Interest per annum from date It P HCOHKE Winchester Ky AN ORDINANCE An ordinance forbidding obstructions of public streets and depositing filth or lefuso thereon and axlngpeaelttes The city council of ttv city of Stanford do ordain as follows I It shall be unlawful for any person arm or curporallon to place deposit throw or cause to be dlllOned or thrown upon any street alley idewalkor upon or Into any gutter wltolatuelownof Stanford any obstruction of any kind or any paper trash ashes refuse or filth of any or to cause or suffer to be emptied upon or Into 811Y street Iidewalk or utter the water or refuse rook any closet sink or bath room 2 It shall bo unlawful loran merchant or other person nrm or corporation to sweep cast throw or cause or suffer to be swept castor thrown from any storrwiiro house or other building In his charge orun dlr his control Id Stanford upon or Into any street ldew lk or gutter any paper refuse of any kind or any trash or 3 Violators of this ordinance shall be guilty of n misdemeanor and shall conviction bo lined In any sum not less than a nor more than 1100 for each offense 4 Each day that any obstruction filth trash refuse or other substance shall re main upon or In the streetsldewalk or gut ter shall constitute separate orfunse and It shall ben separate offense each day that any closet both room or sink Is emptied on Any sidewalk or street or In any gutter fi The foregoing section shall not be con trued so as to forbid the punishment of any Ilngl act forbidden by this ordlnnnce- I Thbordinnnce shall become effective from and after Its publication In one luue of the INTKHIOH JOPUNAI In which the clerk will cause It to be printed A n FXOHKNOK Mayor InlIIJOHKHUlerk POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting lulling oran kind of tres passing on our places and will prosecute vi olators to the lull extent ofUslaw Miss Mattie Jlowei nelcnenhach Bro Kred Itaumann ATTruylorL- itlburn Ooocb N II Ilummur Will lester 11 Munnelley J W Ilaugbman JW Pock J K Ilruce David Btevens John Camenfsch WmOordler Dan Traylor M D Elmore OotllbOllck Fred Hnndorf J J Thompson D M Anderson J F Moscr Mr and Mrs Joe IIEada A Klbasa Un NJ Horton JJ Elliott Mrs Geo LoanW H Daugherty Frank Rev Father eo DrO I Perry U W H II Ilaugbman Urla1J Albright ADltootMrs Margaret Oooch Jacob Gamer Ueo0liven W II Troylor Ham Roberta John Juror Amend Schaefer M J Hofmann KT lIenzle A nMathen OWl101MHT Harris ItOWatklns J C Hundley K HOrow Sirs Nannle II Good C K McClure Anderson Oarr Anton Ilonvcker VonOruenlgaT HOlrptlnterWiOhrlitlan Jacob Tom Kerrlll W W Pitman Fred 1ayk Alex Cooper J Nevin Carter K H Donhain Mrs aoochrslchHCAnderson W D Gus Golnl T A idea Reuben Curtis Chris Camonlsch HpoonamoreIII W lalnes W P J Ii Hottzclaw W M Fields It K domes Mrs Mattle White Miss Mary Fepplw Wk K Kwtou James I I NSNTS++++ ++ M +++++++++++ M t M I For You to Givei Your Friendsi f I Umbrellas 11 00 to 810 00 Neck Tics 25 50c anti 81 Suspenders 25c to 3 00 Silk Sox 50e 1 8160 Silk Hose 81 to 8250 Scarf Pins SOc to 350 Garters 10 25 and50c Silk Handkerchiefs 25 and 50c Gloves t 25o to 8200 00IjSilkMuillcrs 81 00 to 83 fCuffSuit Casa 81U50 81260 1 Hand lags 85 to 81250 Stetson HnU 8350 and 8500- 60cCool Sweaters to 8250 Linen Handkerchiefs 25 and 50o Dress Shirts 8100 8150 r These are Selected EspecialI ly for Xmas Presents 4 w i j H J McROBRTSI STANFORD KENTUCKY 8FIE EecEEEggb E tffaG L Penny IL II Coffey E II ColemAn m mtel tj K The Cod Liver Preparation Without 011 is a Valuable Tonic and Builder of Healthandmostm JJ Strength It is Especially Useful For Persistent Coughs and Colds mSoldunder a Guaran YmPENNYS DRUG STORE IiStanford Kentucky 8BB 3B a BEBE11 OklahomasLand I One million six hundred thousand acres of valuable farmUand grazing land belonging to the State of Oklahoma will be divided into farms of one hundred and sixty acres ternsAUCTIONfor 21 days The agricultural land has been appraised at prices ranging from 800 to 3400 per acre The average appraised value of the grazing land is about 250 per ac- reReduced Railroad Pares OklahomaTicketsv month and bear final return limit of twentyfive days theseticketsthatsection or portion of the State and the return thru another ForbFull InformationRegarding the price and the diverse route arrangement 1 I payment i Write PAThe If 5- looisviitg J Xvt ir 1 1 The Big Sale Is Onc 0 I 1YI Dont fail to take advantage of this opportunity to get good seasonable goods at cut pricesSuits Cloaks Skirts Cape Underwear RcinnanU Sour eplcudid values in extra large Black Cloaks See our rack of Cloaks i at 8185 for choice 250 yards Flannelette and Fleece Down woith 12nntl ICo at Ode Good thing for Comforts Kimonos Etc Calicoes 4Jc Mens 50o Underwear 38cI I I The Interior Journal STAMFORD KY Dro 14 1900 4I SOUR great bargains in box paper nroI being closed out to make room for now stock at Pennys Drug Store- PERSONALS MR W H BRADY Is very sick MRS T D NEWLAND is very IIIiMR P P NUNNBILEY remains very 111 I MB C V GENTRY has been quite tick DR J B BECK Is over from Wil moreBEN HARDIN of Monticello waste re SundayMR C ENGLEMAN SR is don gerously il- lMRJW t HAYDEN was over from Paris last week MR E L GRUBBS of Junction City was hero Saturday MR H N WARE of Lebanon wa up at court yesterday MR W J PRICE of Danville paid this office a call Friday MR LIVINGSTON COOPER of Wayne Is here looking for a farm I MRS L B HILTON and Katie Cast 4were in Lancaster Saturday I S SCUDDER was In Madison look cf ling for good horses last week MRS ANNA RUSSELL of Lebanon is I t the guest of Mrs J L Jarvis t MR W P LOGAN has rented the I Goodknlght farm for next year MESSRS RICHARD CORK and H M t Herndon went up to Richmond Friday DR AND MRS A S PRICF spent soy eral days with his brothers In Garrard MESDAMES W W HAYS and Jesse D Wearen went to Lancaster Satur- dayt Mn W 11 HIGGINS was confined to his room for several days with a deep t coldMiss ANNA CHANCBLLOR Is the guest of Miss Josephine Sandidge of near MorelandMiss SHKLDY of Arcadia was tho guest of her sister Mrs P M Me Roberts I MR J W BAUGHUAN had one of his V hands badly cut by getting It caught In a feed cutter MRS ERNEST WARREN of Middles boro Is with her parents Eld and Mrs Joseph Ballou MRS L B COOK has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs J M Ow ens at Somerset MR W F SAUNDERS was up from Adair county with a bunch of cattle ho sold hero yesterday JUDGE M C SAUKLEY has returned from Salycrsvlllo where ho held a two weeks term of court MR W T STEPHENBON of Lebanon Junction was made B Knight Templar at Lebanon a few days ago l REv A S MOFFETT of Lebanon was on Fridays train returning from a visit to relatives In Virginia MR P H CORUINEY will visit his brother at Bradfordsvillo this week and tho two will do somo tall hunting MR R L ELKIN of Garrard is in a dangerous condition the result of a blood vessel breaking on tho brain I I ZION M F NORTH and daughter Miss Susie North of the West End were here Saturday buying Christmas goodsMR G TiiOMPS RAMSEY who was elected sheriff of Wayne county at IIthe November election was a guest at the St Asaph Hotel THIS offlcejhad an enjoyable call yes terday from Mesdames Emmett Mc Cormack ofHostonvile and James IL Woods of UIHlplace- MARSUALL STONE of Stanford was hero last Sunday to see one of our very best looking girls Brodhcad Cor Mt Vernon Signal Ma MACK FERRILL who Is traveling for a BaltlmoreJCfurnlture firm was here Saturday with his brothers Messrs Thomas and H B Fcrrlll MRS WALTER SIBEAZLEY and sons William and Jack of Los Angeles Cal are at Lancaster visiting her mother During their stay m Kentucky they will spend some time with i Mrs W W Haysjand Mr J L Beaz Icy her sister ondlbrother here MESSRS C C McCLURE of Paint Lick and Robert Boyd of London passed through lostlweek returning t from Oklahoma It was the formers first trip to the newState and he was highly pleased with it It la probable that lie RIM toeateltaera ire the Sprit i T II SHANKS is In Columbus Ga MRS R L ALBRIGHT of Rowland is very sick- BRENT BUBQE of is with his parents at MaywoodI R F SWAN of the Hubble section back from Story county la where he rented a farm MR T T MARTIN and wife of Lox ington arc with his parents Mr and Mrs Alex Martin MASTER ADDISON BELL son of Mr I SJ Bell has been quite ill of pneumonia fever but is convalescing I MR D 0 SlrTLE and family have moved to London much to tho regret of their many friends In the Jumbo sec tion LOCALS FARRIS for fruits candies and nuts FOR those Xmas presents go to Far rU fursL at Severance d ISons A FEW more guns left at Whites store NEW Bungalo forBalear rent IV B OBannon Stanford GOODS delivered anywhere In town or short notice W W White A NICE lap robe will make a good Xmas present J C McClary ANOTHER ofRochester ware received W H Higgins GENUINE Kanawhasalt best for curing meat J H Baughman Co COME to town court day and make it pay by attending Severance Sons sale FOR Christmas candles fruits and nuts cheapest and best at J D Ilor tons Fe FOR RENT Splendid living rooms at college on Main Street see II J Mc Roberts DONT forget tho homo talent show at Waltons Opera House on Friday night Dec 17 MR W H hIGGINS the grocer has o fine new delivery wagon to take Christmas things to his customers in I WILL tako your orders for any kind of cako you want for Christmas Bak ed at the restaurant J D Horton 2t FIRE FoRSALEI have on hand a big stock of firecrackers for the holidays M 0 Bastin Rowland Ky TALK with mo before buying a type writer and see sample at my home T A Drackott local agent for Standard Typewriter Exchange New York TUB Societyofthe Bap List church will hold an exchange and bazaar in tho postoffico on Wednesday Dec 22 Fancy articles and black cake a specialty Help them in their good workBURNED DEATIIAn eight year old daughter of Sherrod Davis who lives on Mr John B Fosters farm was so badly Jburned Friday that she died a few hours later The little body was fearfully burned from chin to knees but strange to say tho child did not suffer I The mother had gone out for wa ter and It is supposed that her daugh ters dress caught while warming her feet A neighbor named Long seeing the perilous condition of the little one wrapped a blanket around her and smothered tho flames but It was too late the fire had done Its work The burial occurred In Buffalo cemetery Saturday afternoon HiGQlNSiMr Tim W Higgins who was raised in this county died of pneu monia at Ensley Ala Saturday night aged 69 For the past 10 years ho had made his homo at Somerset but went South for the winter He had spent some time at the home of his relative Mrs P E Kemp at Anniston Ala and went from there only a few weeks ago to visit Mrs Klttio King another relative at whose home ho died after a brief illness Mr Higgins had many relatives here including Mr W H Iliggins Dr T W Pennington and Mesdames George D Hopper and Adelr ia Woods Ho was a fine gentleman and very popular wherever ho was known Deceased was a devout mem ber of the Baptist church The burial will take place at Somerset this after noon Dr Pennington Mrs Wooda aid others will attend COTTON Seed Meal at Baughmana Mill WATCH for that lOc counter Dec 20 Farris NEXT month is Xmas see tho line of W H Mueller the jeweler WOMEN and childrens coats at cut prices at Severance Sons FOR presents that beautiful and lasting go to W H Mueller I MENS and boys gloves at cut prices to close out Severance Son IF you are lookingfresh oysters and celery go to J D Hortons restau rant r GIVE handkerchiefs See our lino Elegant line of fine linen goods Sev erance Son- RESERVED seats for Whats Next now on sale at Shugars Tanners store Price1Oc- WREN you want the best canned tomatoes corn and peas ask for Fulton Pride George D Hopper WANTED to buy a good Lincoln county farm of the value of 20000 to 30- I 000 Address Lock Box 204 Stanford Ky want the very best buy Fox Ridge J H Baughman Co 1 To all parties holding treasurer claims como in and get your tax receipt Your treasurer claims will now be paid In full T J 11111 Sheriff 4 ITilE Presbyterian ladles made 50 on their bazaar held in the Myers House flats Saturday They have our thanks for a substantial remembrance esOUR customers have requested us to add a lOc and 25c counter to our Christ mas attraction We have done so many articles worth double the money in each assortment Severance Son OYSTER SurrERThe Modern Broth erhood of America will have an oyster supper at their lodge room over Mr Napier store at Rowland for the ben efit of their lodge on Saturday night Dec 18 Everybody Invited and a good time assurred Doors open at 6 P u IF practice makes perfect and they say she do Whats Next to be given by local talent at Walton B Opera House next Friday night 17th should be rendered with a perfection that is unusual for amateurs Tho members have been practicing for the big event since early Fall and have burned mid night oil and tons of coal in their ef forts to give a satisfactory perform anceNEws comes that Mr Timothy En gleman son of Mr and Mrs James L Engleman formerly of this county but now of Pueblo Col has been made head of tho Blowmens Department of tho Colorado Fuel Iron Co Tho pro motion carries with it a handsome increase in salary and places him In line for the office of superintendent Tho young gentlemans friends and relatives in this section are glad to learn of his good fortune and hope for him still greater success TUB appeals reversed the Boyle circuit court in the case of tho C N 0 T P railroad against John Yocums administrator Yocum was a signal repairerlon the railroad riding a jury in the lower court awarded his administrator 9000 damages The court says it was Yocums own negli gence that caused his death and directed peremptory instructions for the rail road Yocum formerly lived In the Southern end of this county TimE Cumberland tVley Land Co with headquarters at the First National Bank here declared another dividend Saturday this time one of 12 per cent making 202 per cent in dividends ails splendidly managed concern has declared Its capital stock is 90850 It still has 3600 acres of valuable moun air land and other property Itlstho biggest taxpayer in Lincoln county and by odds tho best paying concern The managers have taken their holdings off of the market and will not offer them again until the railroad which is being built near the land is completed Mr J S Hocker is general manager of the company and his handling of the big concern has proven his fitness to do till things Useful Xmas Articles i f fllt Baskets Pin Cushions Sowing Sets Calendars Hat Pin Holders EtcJ I1 f HANDKERCHIEFS AND TOWELSISec our Initial Handkerchiefs at 7 121 and 25c All Linen Handker d chiefs at 5 10 15 and 25c New neat effects in Madenv Handkerchief at 25c A dozen different kinds of Towels at 25c Hemstitched andBca11oped edge Finer goods at 35 50 60 75 and 81 SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY coslI trlcyI GOLD MEDAL flour at George D Hoppers FOR holidaypresents 0 to Muel lers Jewelry store NEW fancy ginghams calicoes etc at Whites store WHEN at Danville court Monday get a good dinner at tho Clemens House FOR all kinds of fruits candles and nuts go to the restaurant cheapest ahd beat Go to Waltons Opera House Friday night if you want to know what will happen next JOHN J MOSER has sold to Tim W Hutchinson his place of 40 acres 01 Gilberts Creek for 3100 1 FARRIS R FELAND of Lawrenceburg is holding the term of the Rockcastli circuit court which begun yesterday Judge Jarvis Is ill WE regret the ofour good friend and former townsman Mr H C Bright for mayor of Danville He was defeated by J M Wallace exIand then it snowed The bad weathe cut down tho court day crowd considerably OF all tho plays that you have ever seen played the greatest play will be played at Waltons Opera House next Friday evening Dec 17th Admission 25c 35c and 6O- cRESIEMDEnWhen buying canned fruits and vegetables that quality is what counts Fultons Pride canned goods ore of exceptional quality Sold exclusively by G D Hopper ON account of George E Stone one of the attorneys for the defense having to make a business trip to Cin cinnati the trial of Nathan Pipes on the charge of poisoning cattle belong ing to W G Cowan of the West End rested Thursday and will bo resumed at Hustonville this morning IN speaking of t dewfeat local option at Somerset the Republican edited by the Messrs Hans Cord says The transient fellows some of whom were hero on purpose to vote that way helped to do It The town has been full of wholesale drink dealers for many days who helped to bring it about Two dollars down before voting and a promise of from three to 20 after the town had voted wet did more than any thing else Little men sold out and so did big ones PUBLIC SALE Having decided to leave thti State I m- on HATUUDAY m 018ltOp- nt my mile Houth of Ornb Orchard on Crab Unhand k Bomersvl road at V oclock A M oiler for into the following property Household and kitchen furni ture fanning ImplcmenticonsUttntt of two binders mowing machine it disc barrow twoharm corn planter two hone wagon three buggies ono surrey two sets of buggy harness IC1 wagon harneis steel beam plow etc Two horses 1 colt 1 thorougbred Jersey cow nod calf innro and colt4 yearling bnrro I corn 10- 0Imlel bRO bUlbel1 otlrish potRtoelllJ urat class blRcKlmlth shop All aunts under Sin cash over that amount on VO dOA limo with good bank security OHAULIK IIAIIN Crab Orchard Ky Ool J P Chandler Auctioneer Condition of The first National Bank of Stanford Ky Dee 1 1909 RESOURCES Loan and Bond 1 909 U 59 OrerdraJu 13032 16 U S floods and Pies Vim 5 1 500 00 Banking Howe and Oec Red Ettale 9498 61 Due from Sinks 58580 83 Due from U S Treasurer 2500 00 Cath on Hand 21488 47 347414 86 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 50000 00 Surplus FundEarned 20000 00 Undivided Profits Net 2612 19 Circulation 49500 00 Individual Deposits 208732 97 Due to Bank 1329 70 lots Rediscounted 15340 00 347514 86 J S HOCKER Peaent S T HARRIS Vice Pre ioW JOHN J McROBERTS CaAJer H C BAUGHMAN Art Csshit W W SAUNDERS BoolKtep r I I L It Hughes T W Humble W O Martin Xmas OOdrts We have a nice assortment of Christmas goods to select that present from Silk Umbrellas with gold or pearl handler prices from 8350 to 810 Nice fur sets from 89 to 825 Ladies handbags from 50c to 750 Suit cases from 8125 to 8750 Silk Waist Patterns An elegant lino of handker chiefs collars ties belt pins novelties scarfs silk shawls Ac Also n large assortment of toys for the children consisting dolls wagons figures Ac Also a lot of Chinaware consisting of salad dishes cake plates c c HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENT- UCKYUSEFUL t I GIFTSr a Dont for the sake of being over nice buy useless things as gifts for the HOLIDAYS They dont show up welt a week after you have givek them Often ho laughs at the gift and its giver Buy Articles of Service and Utilityfor with them alone do you do am act of good grace and only by them are you gratefully remembered See what we have to offer then select W E PERKINSt Crab Orchard Ky M G MURPHY J w ACTON We still save you money and you will never know positively whether wean show you any advantage to bo gained by giving us u share of your busI- ness until you have given us a fair trial So try paying as you go and you priccaDec J 24 pound sack half patent 82c Arbucklcs Coffee 15c Arm it Hammer Soda 4c Keg Soda 2 pounds 6c Matches large box 4c Ohio River Salr280 pounds 8150 FireProof Oil 12c per gallon We are headquarters for solid leather Shoes Chapenj open all solid 84 Patent Colt Vici Kid and Box Calf 8353 8350 Patent Colt Gun Metal and Box Calf Shoes for 8208 Mens Brogans 8125 Boys solid leather Shoes 8125 Ladies solid leather Shoes 8135 Mens extra heavy double front Overalls 94c Mens heavy fleeced Underwear 44c each best Outings any color OJc Ginghams GJc Heavy Dress Ginghams OJc A full line of Mens Felts Mens Ladies and Misses Rubbers and Overshoes Eggs are 27 todayMURPHY a ACTON The Cash Bargain Store Kings Mountain Ky n Bring Your Cattle and Mules to Stanf- ordNoimflleys New Stock Turds Arc now completed and ore ready for all kindle of live stock with good covered pens anti plenty of feed and water Firstclass accom modations and charges reasonable Your support and patronage cordially solicited Phone NP 1 Court Day Second Monday I M BRUCE Assistant L f The Interior Journal Jhtertd in the PoQffict at Stanford at pNnd4au mafkr- tL N TImE TABLE No 21 Booth llMrtiNo 1 N- No2l North4a0A X- NonNorth515 P X No 171031 AM NoIS SUO P x JOS S RICE Agen- tSA PRICESurgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Ors over Mclloberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building v FARM FOR SALE I The farm of acres of good blue grass land lying one mile North of McKlnneyon the Stanford pike Improvements and fencing good of water fruit Abo JI acres of timbered land ono mla Xastof McKlnney half under fence plenty of water and good tobacco land See grow at cropi J A GIVKNB Agent McKinney Ky Fall anda Winter Stock Bare your mca nre taken by n tailor of ox perlence Then your clothes whethern low price business suit or the finest evening lothestwlll have that Individuality and nt which plainly Indlcnto they were made to 7our measure I will also take your mea sue for extra trousers fancy ves tland overcoats Fall and Vtllnter samples on band ready for your Inspection IIO UUVLEYTheTallor CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnlib the public with the best ns well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of- 8n kinds bulbs potted flowers on short loUee Also make a specialty of wreaths lor for funeral purposes In connection with the above I have all kinds ot on hand at reasonable rlceaIOIIRIBTMAX GRBKN IIOUBE8 ED ItunnAno1aonStanford Ensures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen Thc Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 84 Office 98 Insure with mo and be fully prote- ctedCONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of con creting us Work Pavements and In fact we can make any thing trout r fcouse down to n fence post We can servo yon promptly and Kuarantee flrtclass work and material On 11 and get our prices before you buy your material ut least M PHILLIPS BROS Stanford K- yINSURANCE R Be IMAHONY Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado- LifeLiveStockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis count Coru UndeitiKera and Embalm era Also Dealers in Furniture 6fattingsRuf They will ejcmnge Furniture for all Kin IB of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right KFORDSTf KENTUCKY J C McClary tatsSArtakrEmbalmerAr d- I eaiofii nIHarnoss Saddler STANFORD KY O4BM PUon CIST HomaJPhone 8 J j t FARMERS DEPARTMENT Sixty young ewes for sale L P Nunnelley Stanford FOR SALEA 500 pound hogfat Henry Anderson Stanford W C Floyd bought in Casey and Pu aski 10 mules at 150 to 200 D B Chatham of Mercer sold to tOOE Ga bought 16 extra fine mules at 240 W 0 Walker sold to Mt Sterling parties 24 800 pound cattle at 4 35 Hogs sold at 18 40 at Kansas City tho other day and 865 at Chicago FOR SALE Pair twoyearold mules 1SJ hands D B Tudor Stanford FOR SAIE25 650pound cattle W P Logan Stanford R F D No1 Thomas and Alfred Pence have rent ed of F Reid the Hays farm for 1910 Thomas Horn of Mercer found 257 nails in the stomach of a hog he killed Jako Robinson bought of Hamilton of Somerset 10 900pound cattle at 4c J D Eada sold to Lee Rankin a two yearold and a threeyear old horse for 200Dr J T Morris sold to G T Ram sey of Wayne his walking mare for 200J H Baughman of Boyle sold to North Carolina parties a bunch of fat hogs at Tic Two carloads of extra fine steers sold at Kansas City at 1050 It was a record price Frank Davis raised 645 worth of to bacco on five acres of knob land Who can beat that 1 FOR money rent 15 acres of fine land to put in tobaaco Mrs F B Bar nette Hustonville Ky Two hundred acres of the Joe Che nault farm on the Four Mile Road near Richmond sold at S125 Women of the South End of Chris tian county have formed a butter pool and set the price atSOc a pound A good crowd attended J F Govers sale Saturday Sheep brought 775 hogs 735 aged pair mules 225 hay 8- to 15 per stack Pulaski county has the honor of fur nishing most of the corn sent to repre sent Kentucky at the International Corn Show held at Omaha A small red heifer r dehorned came to my place about three months ago Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep L C Lynn Stan ford Two Jersey heifers came to my place three weeks ago Owner can get same by paying for this notice and their keep J H Wilder Stanford Ky R F D No3 E E Faville of Des Moines la paid 325 for the 10 best ears of corn shown at tho Omaha Corn Exposition It was raised in Franklin county Ind and won more than 1000 J T Robertson sold the turkey poo I of Henry and Shelby counties consist ing of 5000 birds to A Booth g Co of Louisville The pool brought over 9000 an average of 16 cents per poundSTANFORD COURTThere were be tween 700 and 800 cattle at Nunnelleys pens yesterday and the demand was I good Most all of them changed hands Eight hundredpound steers brought 4Jc common yearlings and twoyear olds 4c heifers 3 to 3ic cows 3e The mule market was active and prices ranged from 150 to 200 BARGAIN 354 acres of good land of which 100 acres is bottom land eight room dwelling two good stock barns new tobacco barn 36x96 ice house buggy house two corn cribs etc two good cisterns the whole farm being well watered well fenced and lavs well Will sell as a whole or cut 200 acres with improvements to suit pur chaser which includes 100 acres as fine bottom land as there is in the county This is a bargain See L R Hughes Stanford Ky HIGHLAND Fine time to burn wood and coal An Organ company is selling organs in this neighborhood George Walls Is building a house on Mrs Margaret Youngs place H C Brown of Talmage it still here buying hogs tobacco and cattleiOur farmers are patronizing all the tobacco buyers Some are selling to Mr Brown here and some are going to Stanford Moreland Lancaster and Danville with their crops The Highland and Greasy Ridge schools are expected to close Xmas eve The Mt Moriah school taught by Miss Cora Singleton iftid the Locust Grove school taught by Miss Fannie Young on account of sickness will not be out until after Christmas Mr Sorrel of McAfee is here help ing Mr Brown buying and grading to bacco Miss Effie Young who has been in Louisville for some time has return ed home Miss Fannie Young Is quite sick with grip C B McGuffey who mashed his foot some time ngo is able to be out Roy Stewart who sold his place to u Mr Mullins has left us We regret to see Mr and Mrs Stewart leave us but wish them well wherever they may find a home Mr Mullins hisIJailer Vernon Coffey of Green coon ty was shot and killed by H A Bagby a farmer he attempted to arrest I n z Young Girls Are Victims of headache as well as older women but all get quick roBot and prompt cure from Dr Kings New Life Pills the worlds best remedy for sick and nervous headaches They make pure- blood I and strong nerves and build up your health Try them 25c at Pennys Drug Store Frank Cormany his three children and brother wero all drowned while skating at Kent 0- MASONS MEET p Lincoln Lodge No 80 FA M will moot In stated communication on each nrst and third Monday nights of each month at 790 oclock In their hall on main stroeot Stan ford Ky Members of sister lodges aro Ira icrnalir invited to bo present T W len ntngton two TheTruth Every person in this city who is suffering from Eczema Pimples Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ese can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi external use All durceists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE Wo Bu- yFURSI Hides and Wool FullsrsTafow8ewa Ginseng Goldn ScoUYdawRooO May AppU Wild Closer etc We wt daJnl ewtli is IBS6Oretbsltaeestwyl- Lwiniflesad ando better let you thee seen er cacauiaa acnKuU RcJarac uy fiat U LottmS Wri far wtcUy poocIUt sads1itti f UK M Sabt dt Sons 229 E Mirkel St LOUISVILLE ICY HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND i The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150Fe- w people In the United States have not heard of the Courier JournaL Democratic In all things fair In alt things clean In all things It Is essentially a family paper fly a special arrangement we are enabled to offer tbe WEEKLY OOUKIKROURNAL one year and this paper for tbe price named above Send your subscription for the com bination to Usnot to the OourlerJour Bring Yours t Printing To v I The f INTERIOR JOURNAL II Office t Best Work A Lowest Prices NOTICE I- Wo ask tho patronage of our friends and neighbors for our ltlscarefullysolectaloleantbrlftyand dross JAMcKKKKings Mountain Lincoln Jo Ky Small Farm For Rentl r OaOIIIoAunfaIling cittern Bad Inrgo barn andRood bouaeandoutiousee Huo Mrs Good LancasterAvenueold HOME FOR SALE I One story of rooms and nil necessary outbuildings Lot contnlns ono roomybarngarden spot This Is a desirable local edon corner of Whitley and Miller streets A n JlOITZOr W Stanford Kyy SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI- NEERINGI t am prepared todo all kinds of surveying and civil engineering promptly My 1ork- will be guaranteed and my prices are tea sonable Write me at MoKlnner or call me over the through the UnllonlhExchange VALTK II McKINNKV NOTICE I You are hereby notified that Tom Harris who Is now continent In the State penitenti ary for shooting ono Klavlus Qreor will make application to the State Hoard of Irtnon uoinmUstonor at Frankfort Ky 11I0Ilforanews my hand this Nobembor lluTOM HAimifl Fruit And Ornamental Trees Kverythlng for Orchard Lawn ant Oar den Catalogue on Application No Agents H F HILLENMEYER SON- SLexington Ky FARM FOR SALE ORIENT Contains 110 acres twit tobacco land in- theoountyl44ndloaIrons MoKlnncy Will two dwnlllncs one of fou- rroonsandlhe other of two rooms Two orchards of nearly M trees Tobacco barn cheapestfarmP H HIIAWNKR McKlniioy K- yTRIBBLE PENCE Furniture anti Undertaking Day Phono 28 Night Phono 133 Stanford KentucKy FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A line bluo grass farm for sale situated on new near 1olnt Ixavill and six miles south of Lancaster 800 acres well located In neighborhood ruing part of tho Julio walker tract with a hnnd some now twostory suvenroom residence thereon with nil ntctrroulbulhllnlll and good now barn 40i six runningUlroujtbTKIIMS K cash In on two years from day of wile tearing six per paid1erwns place please write or see Vo VALKICK Htnnford REWARD Having suffered considerable annoyance and damage from outlaws In breaking Kate latches and tearing down and destroying my Bites on the county road that runs through tuy farm I have concluded to otter a reward for Information leading to the conviction of such person or iwrsons 1 will therefore Rive the imm of f10 for Infor mation leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties that have broken the latches on any of my gatesor that have KntelIonturnpike through mytarslandi will give the SIIIIII amount for Information beading to the arrest Cud conviction of any party or parties who In the futuru commit any of the ntxwa offenses Witness tuy hand this 10th dnr of August llMi TJU1LIHK NOTICE I Jnsure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns in the West End In surance Agency Get your policies written right in a good company by W CAMPBELL Hiistonville Ky PAINPai- nIn the hl8dJIII1n anywhere has Its cares rain consettlon 1s blood pressure notlUna else woell At leant so Nye Dr bhoop and to Thattabletcalledooaxea blood pressure away froM in centers Iu eSectlscharming cos iydeilghtfufGently- though safely It 11101 equalthe blood ctrw- ItlonIf you have a headache Its blood prctmire If its painful period with women same cacsa If you are sleepless restless nerrcus Its blood- congestionblood prtwuro That surely Is a Bhoops headache Tablets stop is In iO minute and tho tablets simply distribute the unnatural blood pressure Bruise your finger and doesnt It let red and swell your Of cures It does lrsoons testlon blood pure Youll find It where pain It ways Common ReIUetW H1l oeasa d Dr Shoops Headache TabletsPENNYS DRUG STORE XMAS PRESENTS 0 Ladies Men and Boys BoysEveryidea of making a Christmas gift to n man or boy to come in and see the useful I things a man is euro to appreciate If its to be a Suit or Overcoat wo have the lct make in the country I from t 750 to 25 1 If its to be a 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