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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): December 14, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909121401_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): December 14, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Interior Journal. VOL. XXXVII. Bud Reynolds In the Lind of Grass hoppers. NROLA, -- STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1909. NO. 84. HUSTONVILLE. Tho choir meets Friday evening next. for rchersal nt the homo of U. C. Hiiro ton Danville Ave. Hon. Harvey Helm has secured an (increase of pension for Gcorgo liallry, colored, of this place. Jmso O. Carpenter has returned from Cincinnati, whero ho purchased n new outfit for his livery barn A campof Cuban beggirs with wagons, animals, etc., havo been camping I Jttl nil, ffl. m.. ,1m.. '.. - i.... .. them. magistrate has Brrived at A Helmwood Heights to further bless the homo of Mr and Mrs. J. K Helm and to lovingly attend them In their declin' ' news Notes. Jensamina county will vote on local option Feb 17. In the local option election in Estill county Saturday every precinct went I Dec. r.- .- As I promis-c- d so many lioforo loavlm: Kentucky that 1 wuold write, I know of no bettor way to write to nil than through the I J. I loft Wnynesbur with my family for Kansas on Nov. 10, over tho Q & C. Our hearta wcro heavy and our minds would constantly ro back to the many friends we wcro Irnvinjr behind Wo wcro met at Ludlow by our nphnw, O Reynolds, and his pleasant witi, at 5:10 r M Wo ato supper and tpent two hours moil pleasantly with them Wo left Kentucky soil at 830 r. M via Left Covington Suspension IJridtre Cincinnati at 'J P. M. and day llRht of tho 17th found us speeding through Western Illinois on a HI? Four fast train. Wo reached St. Louis at 7:30 a In m. and had an hour and 30 minutes which to Rot cinders out of our eyes, wash our faces and cat breakfast leaving St. Louis over the Mlssou. rl Pnelfle. It was a beautiful day, and it added a great deal to tho beauty of the scenery. Wc passed for many miles alone the Missouri river, and must say that Missouri has ns Rood looking blue gross land (almost) as Kentucky and her growing wheat is tho best I havo seen. At St. Louis we telegraphed our Reyour old frimd and cousin, John Mo , that wo would nolds, at Sedalla. stop and pay him a 21 hours' visit; so on reaching.that placo wo were met by him and taken to his home, where n splendid dinner awaited us. He left nothing undone to make our stay pleas, ant. Scdaliais ono of tho prettiest towns I was ever and most 0 has a population of 10,000 to In. U and is growing fast. It Is on a rirh, level prairie and her blue grass andfino horses make one think of home. I was taken to the top of tho splendid, new court house, whero ono gets a lino view of tho city and country. To reach tho top of the court house domo one has to climb 112 steps Tho Missouri State Fair has Its buildings and ground here, andnnycituenofSedalia Is bound to bo proud of them. Wo left Sedalla at 3 p. M. on the 18th and reached Kansas City at 5:30. whero wo took supper and waited until 11 r. u. before leaving for Most of our CJ hours' our destination. was spent In seelnj? the sights o( wait the city as t we could by night. At friend, 11 o'clock we bid farewell to our Reynolds (who had come with us John from Sedalia) and started over tho fast Rock Island road for our destination reached At Turon. Kas., which place we at 10 A. M., on the 19th, wo wcro met feel by friends and wcro soon madu to not altogether among thatwc wcro Kou, I bo-fo- dry. The majority is 917. Fear of a coal famine has been aioused nt Minneapolis by tho continuance of thn switchmen's strike. A gas explosion In the Sunnysidc snloon at Lexington Injured seven persons nnd wrecked the whisky house. Relieving him a night rider, Nick Muntz shot Eva Coy in Harrison county, from which he died a few hours later. Three men wcro burned to death ard n number seriously injured In a fire ing years which destroyed n manufacturing plant Virgil Uenham, son of J. I. Dcnham, in Pittsburg living near Jumbo, nnd Miss Miss Maud Tennessee has expended this year Uaugh were married by Rev. Long on $1,029,178 12 for tho cause of public edlast Tuesday. They havo gono tohouse-keepin- g ucation Tho entiro amount expended on his father's farm. last year was $561,908 20. Mrs Mattlo Rcazley, of Morcland, The woman found in White river caand a Mr. Vance, of Tennessee, arous- nal, near Connersville, Ind , proves to ed old tiro Ilurk the coldest night of bo Mrs. Maurlco Keller, who disaplast week and had him to pronounce the peared from Cynthlana, this State. ceremony In his baro feet only had on While hunting Samuel W. Haslctt, of his trousers. What the hurry was, no Newburg, N. Y , fired at a rabbit, shot ono explainod. William Howdcn In the leg and killed a On account of Increased business tho valuable foxhound. Tho rabbit escaped. Hustonvillo Produce Co. has rented ad Tho storm which psssed over Lake ditional storago barns and poultry lots. Erio reaped a deadly harvest and laid They bought I29G.50 worth of eggs from waste more than $10,000,000 worth of ono man Saturdny and they havo 1,000 vessel property. Fully CO people were turkeys to ship this week nnd about as lost. Uno man was killed and two wcro so badly injured that they probably will die when two cars loaded with dynamite and other explosives blew up nt tho Minnesota transfer, near St. Just at this season of the year there's many a per-- j Json who is wondering "what to give a man for5 Christmas." J The man can't tell you; probably he doesn't 2 ijknow; but the chances are that inside of two weeks 22 2after Christmas he'll be coming in here to buy something he wants that you could have given him 2for a present. 22 H SUGGESTIONS FOR CHRISTMAS: One of our HAKT, SCIIAFFXHU Nnme the man nnd wo will fit liim. n l! it MANX Suits, or Overcoats. store like this; not so costly ns There nre many other things fur men in Clothes; quite as acceptable anil useful. Fine Neckwear 50c to 52.00. Umbrellas up to 812.50. Sweater Coats $1.00 to 84.00. Suspenders 25c to 82.00. Silk Hose 81.50 and 82.00. Silk Socks 81.00. Six pair Hok-Proof ' 2-- . f Socks 81.50. ' 45,-0- many chickens. Miss Hcttio Lyon, daughter of Evan Lyon, who has been tho guest of rela tives and friends at Springfield, III., for a few weeks, was married there on tho 8th to Albert Coleman. Mr. Cole man is in business thero and ho and his bride will not bo ablo to visit Kentucky until next summer, Tho ladies bazaar at tho Emporium Flats Saturday was overwhelmed with I heir receipts were iim ana success. they have some very desirable stock on hands yet. The supper was fit for a Lord and tho service inimitablo. The management tenders its thanks to patrons and friend nnd claims now the same date for their Rlysian bazaar next t? & Silk Mufllere, dainty styles. ?$, Patent leather 2 2 Shoes to fit. ?! 9x Zv ; Paul. Tho Court of Appeals decided that James H. 1'arrish, of Owenshoro, must servo live years in the penitentiary for wrecking thy Owensboro Savings Rank and Trust Company, of which he wns ; Men's Jewelry Sets of nil sorts. 2 2X 5 These nre only n few suggestion. We can not citnlogtie the whole stock. Come in nnd free. We will help you find some useful article that your friend will appreciate. j.. & president. Charging that it was a libelous pub lication, the city authorities of Spokane, Wash , seized every copy of tho Industrie Worker, the organ of the Industrial Workers of the World, as it came olf tho press. Miss Virginia Wardlaw, the aged aunt of Mrs. Ocey W. M. Knead, the victim of tho bathtub tragedy, was arraigned before 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, wero made known last week. The Court of appeals decided that tho Stitc Rucing Commisson has the right to regulate tho conduct of race cpurses nnd race meetings in Kentucky, nnd furthermore, to prescribe just how the betting shall bo conducted. Three men died of suffocation and 21 others were overcome nnd rescued with dilliculty as a result of a peculiar accident ut a mine of the Shoemaker Mining Company, 15 miles from Johnstown, Pa. All are foreigners. Mrs. On returning from church, John II. Rrunen, of Covington, found her husband dead in bed with his throat slashed and a bullet in his brain. Rrur and his rash nen was a act is attributed to brooding over dull business. Mrs. Elizi Gribble, aged 70 years, was killed ut Savannah. Ga.; Mrs. Car rie Orlando was first assaulted and then killed, and Mrs. Maggie Hunter was so badly beaten that sho is at tho noint of death in u hospital, by u Negro now at large. The firemen and citizens of Hutlcr fought in zero weather all night n fire which threatened to wipq out the town. With tho ussistancoof the Cov ington firo department the (lames wero conquered after seven business Ikjivh-on the main street were destroyed. The loss was $50,000. wes Mrs. Hazlutt, whoso husband killed in Shelby county by Walker Dun can, who claimed he thought Hazlutt a night rider, was awarded a verdict of $5,000 in tho Franklin circuit court against Duncan and $1,000 each against Hubert Kessler mid Riley Harrod, who "Were near Duncan when he shot Haz saloon-keepes 2: . Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. lPl44tf44.e.rttS'rSSlS'IV. " 18. Ma-eoa, ?S ? year Among the live stock shipments from Iwro last week were: Ono car of hogs at 0c to 7ic, and one car of heavy corn fed cattle at 51 to Gje by Myers & Vaughn. Rifle & Tucker shipped somo mixed hogs and butcher cattle at GJc and 3 to 4c. Coulter & McCormack shipped a car of butcher cattle at 3 to 4c and one of hogs at GJ to 7c. Cornelius Floyd, the efficient teacher of the Jumlxj school, and Miss Ethel were Uastin, Iwth of Wayncsburg, married Dec. 5 by Rov. Lee, at Grove, Ky. Tho professor is preparing for n splendid Christmas entertainment nt his Bchool. Tho exercises will be inter esting and a Christmas tree will make many hearts leap for joy. All invited, The cold spell last week almost tho six schools on Rurnl Route No. 1. The Richards school, having tho largest attendance in good weather, dropped to tho lowest in bad, thero being only a dozen or so present, Tho Smith school taught by Miss Stella Hubble, had tho largest attendance This is due to tho popularity of the Tho tobacco growers in this part of the county and in Casey aro reaping an unprecedented harvest at this time The volume of money that is brought in hero daily would surprise your readers, Purdom ut Morcland, Pcavyhousc & Sons, of this place, and Kincaid & West at McKinncy arc getting tho bulk of it. Thero is already talk of pitching larger crops next Spring. Iho McDowell Medical Society of Cincinnati on Thursday evening last celebrated the hundreth anniversary of tho first ovarian operation by any known surgeon In MATRIMONIAL. Virgil Denham, aged 21, and Miss Maud Raugh, 19, were made one at J. M. bc-s- strangers. Tho weather has behaved very well, only slight rains falling up to yesterday, when it got on a tear and snowed and "blowed" ull day and was rather cold, but today It I clear and still and a little warmer. Tho ground is covern.1 ufith innur. r..niiv n farm at Neola and 1. If this don't reach m it i... h.kknt. In. mv next I will und Kive n description of our now home vn,i how I liko the Sunilowcr (Grasshopper) State. ..i um i k,n ne. nnd Miss n Elizabeth Forman, 17, eloped from county and wero married. Judgo P. D. Collier, of tho East End, and Mrs. Fannie R. Mnrtin, of Cynthi-anwero married ut Lexington last week. Joseph Vance, aged 33, and Mrs. We will show you the nicest line of Xmas goods from all the foreign Mattic Grissom, 40, wero bound In wedlock's holy bonds by Rev. Rurke, of the pattorics ever shown here. Diuuer Ware, Novelties. and .Com West End. Harry Maybricr, aged 20, and Miss munity Silverware, Carving Sets aud other things too uiuiieroug to mention. Ruth Relle Vanhook, 17, were married In County Clerk Cooper's olllce by Come aud see us ami you will agree with us. Judge Owsloy. At Xenia, O , Robert Lowry, aged 80, and Miss Rosa Jones, C9, were made ono. The groom had thrice been mar ried and the bride had two divorces to Bric-a-Bra- c Long's. James T. Rash, aged Xmas Goods. her credit. Don't drug the stomach, or Mlmulato the heart or kidneys. That Is wrong, It ii the weak nerves that are crying out for help. Vitalize these weuk controlling nerves with Dr Shoop's restoratlvo, nud beo how quickly good health will como to you again. Test It and seel Sold by Penny's Drug Store .ii M. O Reynolds. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. teacher. Viwiiiiroli of Olou Oak, 0.-t-l frim home Mountain t - ..vii bo thouRbt, would cure u frlghlfu air, cough mat uuu ueuuu uu remedies for two years. After six mouths ho returned, death dodging hU lung-ruekln- g Forcod Into Exllo. steiii. "Then I J Infill- from doiwrate lung diseases. Cought nnd Colds, it dlnpl llble for Hoarsones nnd Soro Throat. Cures Asth-mGrip, Hroncbltis, Uemorrhaces, Whooping Cough. 60c Croup, trial bottle free, guarsuuedby nud Penny's Drug Store, As a specialrciiuest in order that they may ervo their sentence during the Winter months and bo out in time to put In crop next Spring, William Still, Joo riyman and Tom Goosey, three of tho moonshiners nrrcsted in Katlll county, wero taken to Cattettsburg from Richmond for trial at tho present term of tho Federal Court In session there. . Pains of rfoineu, luiail pains, or any pain sloped In U0 minutes sure, with Seo Pr, fchoop's I'luk I'aln Tablets. Pen-uy'- s full formula on 25o box. Sold by Drug Store. Uarly to shop and early to stop Is tho wise way. Uut many a girl follows tho whirl Day after day. a, New DlfcCovery,"l.e writes, "nu ai oll ns ...... wi. imtLlcs 1 am as H saves thousands joarly ovor." liegan touscDr. King's .i tho world. Dr. As a means of raising money for church work the necktlo tying contest ORGANIZED IN J 882. Is the latest. A fortunate man is CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. chosen as model, and successive and SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. presumably blushing maidens have HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $2J60O in scien try nt arranging his neckwear tific shape. The winner Is given a prize Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety (not tho young man), and tliocompctit ors buy tickets for tho privilege of en- Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. Wc Solicit Your Account. i, Ephraun McDowell, of Danville, Ky., was tho man who did it. Several Kentucky doctors were invited and attended nnd tho encomiums they showered upon their entertainers would fill n volume. Dr. Fayette Dunlap. of Danville, was one of the speakers und his address was received with marked enthusiasm. of CinDr. Louis Schwab, muyor-elecinnati, presided with all the dignity of a Gushing. Tho banquet was held at the "Hotel Alms" and it looked us If the "Queen City" had been gleaned for all tho good things within Its walls. It was superb and heartily enjoyed. Not one drop of wine or any other Intoxicant wa on tho table a vast Improve ment over former customs. ct tering the match. John Duley, 53 years of age, a bank er und former president of tho Ma) a vllle Commercial Club, committed sui cide in a boarding-housat Loxington by shooting himself through the head and heart. Mr. Duley hud been in bud health for tho last two years. o OFFICERS. . S. Mocker, Nervous dyspeptics, bs sous Iblo; try. Mi o ua; It relieves at onoo. It cures In a few wsoks G. Ii. norvousnes Penny guaranteos it. Lsrgo box 60u. -- W. W. Noe, president of tho First Stato Rank of Harlan, died at Pine-vlliwhere he had gone for treatment. e, tickling or dry cough can lioqulcic-l- y loosened with Dr. bhoop's Cough lutt. No opium, no chloroform, The body of an unknown white man Remedy. with three bullet holes in his body was nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold by found on the tracks of the Illinois Cen Penny's Drug Store. tral railway near Rives, Tenn. The inA nassenirer train and a freight train dications are that tho man was murderon thn Illinois Central crushed head-oed and his body placed across tho rails. III. Roth engines were deJoseph Johnson, a Negro, has been ar near I'ana, molished, 4,000 bushels of corn dumped rested. The prisoner und tho dead man into a ditch and $30,000 damage was The cleverest Imitation of realeolTeo lived at Mayfield, Ky. done to the rolling stock. Two trainover yet made Is Dr. Shoop'a HeaRty men wero Injured. A Sooldod Doy's bhrloks Colleo, It is fine In flavor ond Is No tedious hori'lQed his grandmother, Mrs. Maria Proventlcs those Cuudy Cold Cure raado In Just ono minute. safely and quickly check 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Made from Taylor, of Nebo, Ky., who writes that, Tablets-w- ill Uuck-leii- 's all colds and the giip. Try them once pure parched grains, mult, nuts, etc. when ull thought ho would die, Arnica Salvo wholly cured htm. and see! Sold by Penny's Suinplo free. Penny's Drug Store. tm tnfalllblo for Hums, Scalds, Cuts, Drug Store. Dave McQueen, colored, was given a Corns, Wounds, Hrulses Cures Cleveland, sia- MUs Rose Elizabeth Dolls, Skin Eruptions, life sentence by the Fayette circuit -Sores, Chapped Hands. Sbb'n kcd.fcnUate President Cleveland, has Mc Chllblalus, court for killinir Leon Yandell. , Queen admitted the killing-- but claimed .ntu Plloa. fi nt Ponnv'o Ttrm. just signed the national suffrage petl I tioo. Store. he shot In A n c. Fever- President;. S. T. 'Harris, John J, McRoberls, Cashier. , Asst. Cash r II. C. W. W .Saunders.Uookkeeper, t, uluf-hmzn- DIRECTORS. J. II. Baughman, J, M I'ettus, H. C. Daughman, j. P. Cummins, S. T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, , S. Hocker, W. Ii O'Uannon C E. Tate K. Keid. M D. Htmore, H. B. NORTH COTT, Will Pay the.Highest Market Price for,' Turkeys. See him before selling. Call 153 Stanford, Ky. - -- ISS H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford! J ni& &F i lit II tr It) CHURCH MATTERS. POLITICAL. Ttnv. f!. It. Illaln. of Louisville, will Confcreaa will adjourn for tho holidays E. C. WALTON December 21, and tho Christmas recess nrcach at the Presbyterian church Sun will contlnuo for two weeks, terminat- day morning and evening. Tho protracted meeting at tne uap-tiHON. HARVEY HELM, I ing January 4. Church has been ono of groat spirit Announcement was mado at Indian county, Is a candidate for re. of Lincoln Rev. Martin is a lino nomination for tlongren from the hlghth opolis that Senator Aldrich, of Ithodo ual power. llstrlcl.stiblect to the action of the demo, Island, cratic party. will speak there January 20 speaker and talks from his heart of tho Ho is to speak under tho auspices of things that concerns thesouisoi men. Middlcsboro Record. Mr. Mann, of Illinois, has Introduced tho "diana Manufacturers' Bureau. night's Bcffinntmr at Wednesday Tha Leglslaturo will bo asked a bill prescribing drastic penalties for creato Sta' Engineering Depart-irim- o prayer meeting, Rev. D. M. Walker, tho white slave traffic. It makes It a10 church, will preach a fnr on nr.nn in nlil. Pntlen or nent. In charge of a competent en of tho Christian Ho purpose of having su- - series of sermons on 'Traycr." Kincer. 'of force any female to go from ono Stato nsks as full an attendanco at these to another for immoral purposes, with Pvision oi roau uuiiuinK meetings as possible. n fine of $5,000 and Imprisonment for tucky. caucus at Washington 18 tho' In five years. If tho girl bo under Kills Hor Foe or 20 Yoars. is 10 years and $10,000 flno. , cfats elected Senator H. D. Money, of "The most merciless enemy I had ' Mississippi, os minority leader of the Mr. Mann does not think that even this for 20 years,1' declares Mrs. James severe punishment will deter all tho Senate to succeed Senator Culberson, n Duncan, of Haynesvllle, Me., "was of Tas. whoso resignation was brutes engaged in tho business,, but Dvspcpsln. I suffered intensely after if it results In the reduction of sented. scarcely I A controversy over railroad Icgisla-Th- o eating or drinking anil could Immorality It will bo of great service. sleep. After many remedies had fail I ton will bo participated in Congress horrors of the traffic are fearful to I In- - ed and several doctors gavo mo up. contemninto and hamrinir is too cood this Winter, which, in intensity of terest and gravity of importance, prom tried Klcctric Bitters, which cured mo for those found eneacimr In It. Wo completely. Now I can eat anything. hope Mr. Mann's bill will become a law. laes to surpass the legislative conflict I am 70 yoars old and am overjoyed to over railroad rates tour years ago. In our absence, this paper went after A bill evidently designed to cover get my health and sircngta uacK Hon. Harvev Helm nrcttv hot on tho cases of contempt of court similar to again." For Indigestion, Loss of Ap' proposition of a government building in that of President Gompers and his as petite, Kldnoy Trouble, Lamo Back, Stanford. As a matter of fact we want sociates of tho American Federation of fcnalo Complaints, It's uncqualcu. a government building, we need one j Labor and greatly restricting tho power Only 50c at Penny's Drug Store. and must have ono and we are confi- - of the courts in such cases, was indent that our Congressman will use his ' troduced in tho House by Represents- PARKER'S HAIR OALSAtVI every effort for tho establishment of tivo R Y. Thomas, of Kentucky. bmitUWs On hilt, drumi sod taiiutMl tiwOj. With the of Joseph E. ono at his homo town here, while he is Mpt Falls to BMtor Orsy lisle to lt Youthful Color. preparing to'place them over his dis- Ransdell, a member of Congress from klf taihnf. Ouna arm!? dmM ir,.ni f u"J titf trict. Mr. Helm knows Stanford's needs Louisiana, as president; Capt. J. V Eland he is far toojpatriotic a son of Lin- lison, of Cincinnati, as secretary-treasureI and John A. Fox, of Arkansas, as coln county to let anything good pass FARM FOR us by. In themean time the I. J. will special director, and declaring through of M acrci. 70 of w hlch li cleared Mr acre am appoint Itself a committee to look for Its resolutions for a new department land. fnrinfor rent iirtvalely. It owed Ingram, remainder for good and suitable site. for treatment of waterway improve- corn and tobacco on iharrs. cultivation, a In llraded of all ments, the Rivers and Harbors Con Bcbool illitrlct. 11m dwelling places,rooms, itock stone cblmneyi, two nro TnE Lancaster; Record gives us too gress adjourned at Washington, barn nnd other outbuildbarn and tobacco much credit. We voted a dozen or so Representative Helm has introduced ing!. W. M. McnrilT. Kings Mountain, Ky. times more or less, for a new court two bills of interest to Madison county. bouse and urged through these columns One appropriates $6,000 to build a the necessity of a new and adequate bridge over Otter Creek, and tho other the NaA meeting of the stockholder! temple of justice, but tho lion's Bhare $14,600 to build a similar bridge and ap tional tnnk of Huitonlll will of held at In) imnkinir linnn In lliirtnnvllle the sec is due our sterling young proaches thereto over Tates Creek, thoirTucidayln of the credit January. IU10, between Hand ond men, who took the bit in their mouths Both bridges have been made necessary IX A.M., lor me purpose 01 eiecuni; uirec-to- n to serve the ensuing year. a thing by the back water from the locks and and showed the "moss-backs- " J. W. IIockkr. Cashier. or two. By the way, come over and dams recently constructed by tho gov, take a peep at the magnificent building. ernment on the Kentucky river. Tia worth coming miles to see. A meeting of the stockholders of the Hirst IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. u neiu National lianKoi niamoru win Tuesday hi News comes from Washington that In second Mt. Vernon is to have electric lights their bunking bouse thepurpose of electing Congressman Edwards has split with January, 1WO. for tho year. for the ensuing Bendirectors in the near future. Senator Bradley and Congressmen John J. McUoiikhts, Oaihler. nett and Langley over the appointment Joseph Hansel, aged 69, died of Eastern paralysis at Mt. Vernon. of a district attorney for tho district. The former wants H. C. Ev- - D. Lee Currey was chosen mayor of ersole. of Owsley, and the three latter Harrodsburg without opposition. A meeting of the stockholder! of the LinMicajah Phipps has been appointed coln 'Jounty Natlonnl Hank of Htanford will desire Lewis L. Walker, of Lancaster, i hflii nt their hnnklnu houte the second Tuesday In January, lulu, for the purpose of We wish thev would compromise on postmaster at Slat, Wayne county. electing uireciorsior me ensuing . ueorge t. Urawiord has been apHon. G. M. Davison, of this place. W. M. IIkkiiit, Cashier, pointed postmaster at Ferndale, Bell National Monetary Commission county. The has completed a comprehensive study of Sheriffs Lincoln Wells, of Casey coun the banking and monetary systems of ty, and Sam Powell, of Laurel, have A meeting of the stockholder! of the Crab Orchard Hanking Co., of OrnbOrchiird, will the leading nations of tho world and made settlements with the auditor, the first their tanking le held at Jannnry, IVIO, housepurpose of In will soon publish a limited number of Richard Ballard, a citizen Monday uireciors lor win for the jrur. ensuing electing volumes containing the details and re of the Bryantsville vicinity, fell from a J.C.UAlLKV.Cnibler, suits of its findings. Congress will be hayloft and sustained serious injuries, asked to authorize the publication of G. P. Johnson, jailer of Laurel, has the volumes in larce numbers for sale resigned after serving 12 years. Jailer at a nominal price. elect Pigg was appointed to fill thn Dealer In nnd Manufacturer of; pastor of the place. SrENCEB. Rev. I. J. A jury has been secured from Laurel Central Christian church, Lexington, county to try Allen Gambriel for the Marblo and Cranito Monu strenuously objects to Kentucky wo monts. allegedtmurder of John Gambriel In men bcinir classed with horses as one Knox county. Markers and l'osti. Cemetery nnd OHlce nnd works, Vases mid of the things for which Kentucky Is fa The officers of the Garrard circuit Ky. mous. He declares that the reference members of the Lancaster court and to women in this connection shows a bar gave a banquet at the Hotel n degraded taste and that the pointed in honor of Judge W. C. Bell, of praise of physical beauty in women lack Harrodsburg, who is holding his last refinement. term of court there. J. L. Klkin, Pror., Mr. W. P. Walton is making the Jeptha Guinn, formerly a member of editorial page of the Lexington Gazette the Middlesborcjpolice force, and Leon DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. fairly bristle with his trenchant pen. ard Anderson, sonlof a prominent Lee county, Virginia, farmer, were run over It is the feature of that good paper and we do not wonder at the popularity of and instantly killed at Big Stone Gap, the publication. It is the best after- Va., by a locomotive. Large, airy outside rooms. Commercial W. A. Reynolds and C. L. Evans, of tra elurs a sDeclulty. Hueclal rates by week noon paper in the State and by odds or month. The proprietor U a former Lin the best paper ever published in Lex- Junction City, and J. Beecher Adams, coln county man aim 111s menus snouiu reof Danville, have bought the Lillard member in when Hopping In his town. ington. drug store at Danville. Mr. Adams, If you have a leg or an arm cut off, wno is a rcKisiereu pnarmacisi, wu take Novocaine. A New York woman have charge of the business. "Old The Remedy had a severe operation performed and Beech" will run it right, we predict. that AJwas Cores so great is the anesthetic that she A Lancaster special says: The grand ZEMO It rctotnlzcd ai th note honeM tad watched the proceedings for a while, jury made no finding in the case against mc cental medicine lo t&t wot 14 and tiring of seeing the doctors use the County Judge A. D. Ford, charged by knlfo on her, she procured a book and Stade Inspector Thatcher with malfea read until they got through. Banco in office. Judge Ford was given a signed statement exonerating him of John R. Charleswortii, who has any criminal purpose or intentional Inttintlr Ml1 "J poihIei tnd prn. neatly caret Ecxem to 4 all licbltg it la been editing Charley Moore's old Blue violation of the law. The grand jury todr. All Dracclua. 4lKMa. Get t ( Grass Blade since the owner's death, made no report in Circuit Clerk J. W. WW tow E.W.HsllHclnCs. has changed the name of the' paper to Hamilton's case. SLUaU.il. The Rationalist, since Mr. Charlesworth Indictments wero returned by the became president of the organization of Federal grand jury at Toledo, O., Rationalists. against 16 Sicilians, charging a conInviPbesident Taft accepted an spiracy to use the malls in an attation to attend the conservation con- tempt to extort money from John Ami-coIndianapolis In vention to be held at an Italian merchant of Columbus, February. When he goes to the Indi- and 14 others. The defendants aro alana city he will likewiso make brief leged members of the Society of the visits to Louisville, Cincinnati and Banana, and alleged Blackhand organiNashville. zation of widely extended memberCongress expects to be unusually ship. busv this week in an effort to clear Lawrence l'erin, of Baltimore, whose away fas much routine business as pos eccentric actions recently attracted ataible in readiness for the sterner con tention in Spain, has been detained at troversies that will follow tho holiday Tangier at tha request of representaadjournment. tives of the United States government DeWho would have thought it? Your pending instructions from the State "Uncle Jo" Blackburn has resigned as partment nt Washington. n member of the Isthmian Canal ComDispatches from Blueflelds, Nicaramission. Truly the days of miracles gua, stated that a reign of terror is g maintained at Managua and that are again upon us. not less than 500 persons identified with r in killed political affairs are in chains A Covington carhimself because business was dull. j prisons. up-to-d- ate Looks like the rum saloon Is going of Israel Putnam, claiming to be 120 yea ra old, is dead In Barren county. Its ow accord. The Interior Journal. Auctioneer Murvimiu, 1 I offer my lerrlces to the people of Lin coln county as an auctioneer, Kallifaetlon n. w, mowiiuiii-kis- . .. guaranteed. , V., IV. r v. st TURKEYS FOR SALE! hens nf the Tanffrdon ftnhhtra sale. Conger and Owen A llarbeo strain for lioau-tlfThoroughbred hronse. large tmne and Mm, w. K. Dishon, plumage. Hmt A PRESENTS ff J -- ' "' It. 11. 1, nianioni. J. J. BELDEN, Vnr tlnnannnil Oarrlaee Painting and Trllil . Uickiinllh-Ing- mlng. I'aper Hanging, Oun and Hhopoppolt depot. J.J. lUi.nr.!t,Hinnrorti, k- - Demo-penal- ty FOR SALE! . 1l..l - IImI. I lvMt.ar.1 !. Iliim. .1 room lull neroii street, w ltli pott olllce adcottngo or olllcn ol three joining and rooms, ah iiecri-ii- r uHii'uiniiuH.. JllW.l'l'llTmiH" r.i'. Crab Orchard, Kr. For You to Give Your Friends. Umbrellas Neck Tien Siu)cnilers Silk Sox Silk How Scarl Pins Garters Silk Handkerchiefs Gloves pre-eve- -- WANTED TO RENT SMALL FARM t acrei, Prefer land partly in cultivation aim pnrny Address W. III gran. Hiiinllhouiedeilred. i'. K., care inierior juurnni umw, Ky. .... lO llXl unt ,n or three, limit fllFtlt nf Htanford. mllei from two m !VI Stock of Merchandise for Sale. I deilro to sell nrlrntely my itock of Gro ceries and Hiirduare. liolng a good business. Will Invoice about HAW. lleaion 111 health. IKO. I). HOPl'Klt.Htanford.tKy. II 00 to 810 00 Silk Mulllcrs Pucnix Mtilllcrs 2fic to :j 81 00 to 83 00 2R, 50c niul 81 Mo 00 Cull Iluttons 2ic to tr, to 81.J30 .r0c, 81, Sl.fiO 81 to oOc Suit Cnco ilaml Itagi Sli.fiO 812.C0 mi B. D. CARTER, Now Livorv 820 812.0) r, RENT to 83.fi0 Stetson llat 8:1.50 nml 80.00 A0c to 82.50 Dopot Stroot, Phone 06, 10, -5 and C0c Coot Sweaters 82.00 Drew Shirts STANFORD, KENTUCKY. '.'5 nn.l .r0c Linen Handkerchief L'flc to 25 ami 50d 81.00, 8150 to O. B. PR U ITT. Moroland, Kontucky, l Vnt-T'il- Stockholders' Meeting Also cw moei unuy. Furniture coming PituiTT, T.inn Millinprv unw In. in nl- - These are Selected Especially for Xmas Presents. G. 11. Mordant, Ky. Stockholders' Meeting PUBLIC SALE! -- OK- LAND. on the IS, IHW. Illl on Stockholders' Meeting premises,sell to the highest bidder, WKUNKHDAY, DKO. At 10 j"-r- asfollonsi o'clock sharp, the farm recently from Heian A. Hcobev, on the Pari! mile from city plie.ahout !of acontaining about limits of VI acres. Winchester. Ky., It will lm sold as a hole or In threw tracts H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Stockholders' Meeting well-know- n Harry Jacobs, Tract No. I contain! WAIT acrei. It is modlatin ern dwelling of eight rooini. halli and large room: good orchard, stock bnrn nnd tobacco Utrn and other necessary Improvements. Tract No. S contain! a) acres without Improvements. Tract No. S contains about l.m acres without improvements. Kncli of these tract! fronts pike nnd Is In high slate of cultivation. TKIt.MH One half cah March 1. 1910, remainder In oueand two years with note at S per cent. Interest per annum iroui ume. It. P.MCOHKI:, Winchester, Ky, lV G. L. Penny It. 11. CoIIoy E. It. Coleman AN ORDINANCE. inereon nun hjhhhi" tLe city of Htanford do The city council ol ordnln as follows: 1. It shall lie unlawful for any person. firm or corporation to place, depo.lt, thro thrown or cau to lie placed, deposited or upon or upon any street, alley, sidewalk, or any...... gutter wllhlntlietownol Htanford, Into ..... !... nl mmv Llml. fir Nil) UUlHUnmuvi ................ nnr liHtMr. trash, ashes, refuse or tilth ol . any kind or mhwmw. ....w to cause or smier i i wuitm.-- the water or any itreet, sidewalk, or gutter cloiet. sink refuse from any ttnl.tt.fiil fnr or bath room. .. t. .i.-- it itnv merchant. to or 'other person, ..nrm, orad corratlon, .Its) ass e?i), can. at " .... iuru,ui aii i rm llfTuP t. fl nny ttore.wiinr ivteDi. cuat.or thrown fromtilt, rhtirirfl or Ufl r n..tit.alnilMlnr' In -- . Urr ilia tuiiiiui nm""" uny Hnyatreetaldewnlk.or Rutter, nr fill papvr, , . It. " mil". reiuseoi Buy t...t r. ir h.Ii "V"i, w 3......... .. Violators Ol mis tiiuiiinutw .huh ...l..lu..tuMnnr unit .hlkll. Iltmfl conviction. Ixi lined Inauyiumnolletsthan a . nornioreiuaiiiiwiwr':" m""""' ftltll. t t. ...... Ili.l nntf nt.at rtlltf Ifltt. retrusli. refuse, or other subilance shall gutmain upon or In the itreet.ildewalk, or and ter, shall constltutu a separate offense, It shall lea separate offense each day thut any closet, bath room, or sink, Is emptied gutter, on nny sidewalk or strect.or In anv be con n ThufiirHunlnir section shall not st rued so as to forbid the punishment of any single act forbiuuen oy mis oniiiianee. a. This ordinance ihall become effective In one from ..,....and niter Its publication In uhtch Issue the Iwwumit .lnmiVAf.. cause It to be printed. clerk will iin nhlilf1lti( nlutrllrtlntia nf publlo streets and depositing lllth or leftiMj . Vino! M Fp QJ ..- Ken-garls- CLEMENS HOTEL M QJ The i. .. Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil, is a most W Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and Strength. It is Especially Useful For P3 tf) Persistent Coughs and Colds, Sold under a Guaran- rift M i -.- '""" -- 111 8 m g 9m ,cea' - H gj rK PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Btanford, Kentucky. 1 tr ZEM0 bo-t- A. II. ri.uilKaur., U It. HITOIIKH, Clerk. jiaor. Oklahoma's Land Sale One million six lmndrcd thousand acres of valuable farm and grazing land belonging to the State of Oklahoma, will be divided into farms of one hundred and sixty acres each and sold to the highest bidder, on easy terms. AUCTION BEGINS DECEMBER 16, 1909, and continues for 21 days. The agricultural land has been appraised at prices ranging from $8.00 to W4.00 per acre. The average appraised .value oMhc grazing land is about 2.50 per acre. n r POSTED. uim wh.iM tiRtiies amiear below, strictly forbid hunting, fishing or any kind of tres passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law. Miss Mattle Ilewet, Helchenbach Urol A. T. Tray I or. Kred lluuinnnn, N, II. l'luiiimer, l.lltiurn lioocn, It. (). Nunuelley. Will Hester, J. W. l'eck. J.W. llaughinan David HWvens, J. K. llruce. Wm.Oordler. JohnOainenlsch. M. 1). Elmore. Dan Tray lor, Kred llnndorf, (lotllb Click. II. M.Anderion, J. J, Tboinpion Mr. and Mrs. J as. II. Kadi J. K. Moser, Mrs. N.J. Morton A. Kiimsa Ioi2n. Elliott. J.J.H. Daugherty, Mrs. Oeo.Cordler, Frank W. Ur.a.U. l'erry, Iter. Katherlo, H. II. Ilaughitian, 11. V.UI11IIC, A. 11. uooi Uriah Albright Mrs. Margaret Hooch, Jacob (lander W. H.Traylor Oeo. (). (livem, jnnn juier, Mam iioueris. M.J. Hofmunn, Amend Hchaefer, A.H. Matheny lleailey K.T. Mrs.J.ll.Uwsley, Ij.H. darner. II. L. KiiKaley, M.J. Morgan, It.U. Watklns, H.T. Harris, It. H.Orow, J. O. Hundley. O. K. McUlure, ll.Oood, Mri. Nunnlo Anton lloiiecker, Anderson Oarr, Kred Voudrtieutgan W. M. Dishon. T. I,. Ilaiigliman Mrs. ltebeccn It. Uarpvllter NIO (HUM, M. r . IJtwrenee, W. Kopali, D.Hevlers, John H. Lee, Tom Kerrlll, Jacob, OhrUtlan Kred l'ayk, W. V. I'lttuaii, J. Nevlu Carter. AlexOooiwr. Mrs. Vv. (I. Walcb, K, II. Denhiim, W. I). Uoocu, II.U. Anderson, T. A. ItUe, till! (lettil. (Jhrls (lainenlsch, lteubt-Uiirtls, Tlusley Hpoonauiore James Hmtlh, A. I.. Carter, I'.W. Carter, W. I, tiriuiei, II. W.tlalues. W. M. Klelds J.KIIoltiolaw, Mrs. Mattle White. 11. K. (lalnes. W. M. K.VB, Miss Mary 1'epplei, James Mussur, n, Dinwiddie & Reduced Railroad Fares w Co. Via THE HENDERSON ROUTE to all points in Oklahoma Tickets on sale the first and third Tuesdays in each month and bear final return limit of twenty-fivdays from date of sale. Diverse routes are permitted on these tickets, that is, the going trip may be made thru one section or portion of the State and the return trip thru another. I:or e Hustonville, Ky., Regarding the price and Oie diverse route arrangement of the railroad tickets, also the terms of purchase, payment and full description of the farm lands, R. V. PENN, T. P. A., or J. P. GARDNER, G. P. A. Full Information Write bo-in- saloon-keepe- ij Undertakers and Embalmers. We ry an line of goods. "The Henderson Route" louisvm., Ky. I .tHiUlti j(jp(pir'",wir- mmnw " 'rt -- The - Big' Sale Is On. to get good ensonnblo Useful Xmas Articles. Hanked, Tin Cushions, Sewing Seta, Calendars, 3 lint Pin Holders, Ktc. Don't fnil to tnko advantage of this opportunity HANDKERCHIEFS AND TOWELS. Sco our Initial Ilnndkcrchicfs nt 7, 12J nnd fi ''"$ 'I Hnndkor-chief- s goods nt cut prices Suite, Clonks, Skirts, Caps, Underwear, Remnants. 25c. All Linen Some splendid vnlues In extra large, Bluck Clonks. Sec our rack of Clonks nt 5, 10, 15 nnd 25c, Now ncnt effects in Mndera Hnndkerchicf nt nt 8 1.85 for choice; 250 ynrds 15c, nt fl?c. Good Men's 50c Underwear 38c. Flnnnp nnd Fleeco Down, woith 12J nnd 25c A dozen different kinds of Towels nt 25c. edge. Ilcm-titchc- thing for Comfort', Kimono, 1'tc. Cnlicoes, lc. d nndJJScnllopcd Finer goods nt 35, 50, GO, 75 nnd 81. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. BTANFonn, 6c 10c SON. STANFORD KY. Gold medal flour at George D. Hop. per's. counter, Dec. 20 Ky., - I)r.r. 1 1, 11MW Sour great bargain in box paper nro being closed out to make room for new tock at Penny's Drug Store. PERSONALS. MR, W. II. HnADY is very sick. Mii8. T. I). Newland is very ill Mil. P. I. NUNNKLLEif remains very ill. Mr. C. V. Gentry has been quite tick. Dr. J. H. Beck is over from W1I Ben Hardin, of Montlccllo, was ho re T. II. Shanks Is In Columbus, Ga. Mrs. It L. AMiRluilT, of Rowland, is very sick. Brent Buroe, of Indianapolis, is with his parents at Haywood. It. F. Sloan, of tho Hubble Bcctlon, Is back from Story county, la., whero lie rented a farm. Mr. T. T. Martin and wlfo, of nro with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Martin. Master Addison Bell, son of Mr. S. J. Hell, has been quite ill of pneumonia fevor, hut is convalescing. Mn. I). C. Siri'LE nnd family havo moved to London, much to tho regret of thcirmany friends in tho Jumbo section. Lox-ingto- n, Cotton Mill. Seed Meal nt Baughman's at Ferris'. Next month Watch for that For L. It. Hughes T. W. Humble V. O. Martin ntco holiday presents goto Muel ler's jewelry store. is Xmas; see the lino of W. II. Mueller, the jeweler. New line of fancy ginghams, calicoes etc., at Whito's store. Women and childrens' coats nt cut When at Danville court Monday, get prices nt Severance & Son's. a good dinner at the Clemens House. Xmas Goods We have n nice assortment of Christmas goods to select that present from. Silk Umbrellas, with gold or pearl handler, prices from 83.50 to 810. Nice fur sets from 89 to 825. Ladies' handbags from 50c to $7.50. Suit cases from $1.25 to 87.50. Silk Wnist Patterns. An elegant lino of handkerchief'", collars, ties, belt pins, novelties, scarfs, fcilk shawls, Ac. Also a largo assortment of toys for the children, consisting of doll", wngous, figures, Ac. Also a lot of Chinawnre, consisting of naiad dishes, cake plates, Ac. more. LOCALS. for fruits, candies and nuts. un at court yesterday. New Bungalo for salo or rent. W. Mr. W. J. PRICE, of Danville, paid B. O'Bannon, Stanford. Friday. i this office a rll Mr. Livingston Cooper, of Wayne, Goods delivered anywhere in town on is here looking for a farm. short notice. W. W. White. Mns. L. U. Hilton and Katlo Cass A nice lap robo will mako n good were In Lancaster Saturday. It. S. Scudder was In Madison look- - Xmas present. J, C. McClary. Ing for good horses last week. Another shipmcut of Rochester Mns. Anna Russell, of Lebanon, is ware received. W. II. HlRKins. ' Mrs. J. L. Jarvis. the guest of Logan has rented the Mr. W. P. Genuine Knnawha salt. The best for Goodknlght farm for next year. curing meat. J. II. Baughman & Co. Messrs. Richard Conn and II. M. Come to town court day and make it Hcrndon went up to Richmond Friday. rn. and Mrs. A. S. Price spent scv- - pay by attending Severance & Son'a ! ilavs with his brothers In Garrard. sale. MnmiiEs W. W. HAYS and Jesse For Christmas candies, fruits and D. Wearen went to Lancaster Satur nuts, cheapest and best, at J. D. dav. Farrib' Sunday. Mr. II. C. Engleman. Sk.. is dan For thoso Xmas presents go to gerously ill. Mn. J. V. Hayden was over from Bargains In furs at Severanco & Paris last week. City, Son's. Mr. E. L. Gnunns, of Junction was here Saturday. A few more guns left at White's Mr. II. N. Ware, of Lebanon, was store. For presents that nro beautiful and For all kinds of fruits, candies and lasting, go to W. II. Mueller. nuts go to the restaurant; cheapest and Men's and boys' gloves at cut prices best. to close out. Sevcranco & Son. Go to Walton's Opera House Friday If you aro looking for fresh oysters night, ir you want to know what will and celery go to J. D. Horton's restau- happen next. . rant. John J. Moser has sold to Tim W, GIVE handkerchiefs. See our line. Hutchinson his place of 40 acres on Elegant lino of fine linen goods, Scv. Gilberts Creek for $3,100. ... eranco & Son. Farris R. Feland, of Lawrenceburg, Reserved seats for What's Next is holding the term of the Rockcastlo now on sale at Shugars & Tanner's circuit court which begun yesterday. store. Price, Mc. Judgo Jarvis is ill. When you want tho best canned tomatoes, corn and peas, ask for Fulton's Pride. Gcorgo D. Hopper. to buy a good Lincoln counYesterday was all sorts of a day exty farm of tho value of $20,000 tc Address Lock Box 201, Stanford, cept a good one. It began with rain and then it snowed. The bad weather Ky. You had best see about your coal cut down tho court day crowd consld supply beforo bad weather. If you crably. want the very best buy Fox Ridge. J. Of all the plays that you have ever II. Baughman & Co. seen played, the greatest play, will be played at Walton's Opera Houso next To all parties holding treasurer claims Friday evening, Dec. 17th. Admission, como in and get your tax receipt. 25c, 35c and 50c. Your treasurer claims will now be paid in full. T. J. Hill. Sheriff. Remember. When buying canned The Presbyterian ladies made $50 on fruits and vegetables that quality is their bazaar held in tho Myers House what counts. Fulton's Pride canned goods are of exceptional quality. Sold flats Saturday. They have our thanks exclusively by G. D. Hopper. $30,-000. Wanted, We regret the defeat of our good friend and former townsman, Mr. II. C. Bright, for mayor of Danville. He was defeated by J. M. Wallace. ... HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. for a substantial remembrance. w. II. Hicr.iNS was confined to room for several days with n deep his Mn MISS ANNA CHANCELLOR Is Sandidee. iniiKtihlne cold. " Don't forget tho home talent show Moreland. at Walton'a Opera House on Friday Miss Florence Siiei hy, of Arcadia, night, Dec. 17. was the guest of her sister, Mrs, P. j Mr. W. II. Higglns, theRrocer, has Roberts. Mn. J. W. Haugiiman had one of his a fine, new delivery wagon to take hands badly cut by getting it caught in Christmas things to his customers in. n feed cutter. I WILL tako your orders for any kind Middles-boro- , Mrs. Ernest Warren, of Eld. and Mrs. of cako you want for Christmas. BakIs with her parents, ed at the restaurant. J. I). Horton. 2t. , Joseph Ballou. L. B. Cook has returned from Mrs. Fire Crackers For Sale. I have a visit to her sister, Mrs. J. M. Ow. on hand a big stock of firecrackers for ens, at Somerset. tho holidays. M. O. Bastin, Rowland, Mil W. F. Saunders was up from Ky. cattle he Adair county with a bunch of Talk with me beforo buying a typesold hero yesterday. C Saukley has returned writer, and seo sample at my home. T. Judge M. A. Brackctt, local agent for Standard from Salycrsville, where he held a Typewriter Exchange, New York. term of court. Mr. W. T. Stephenson, of Lebanon Tin: Ladies Aid Society of tho Bap Junction, was made a Knight Templar tist church will hold an exchange and at Lebanon a few days ago. bazaar in the postofllce on Wednesday, Rev. A. S. Moffett, of Lebanon, Dec. 22. Fancy articles and black cake nn Frlilnu'n train returning from a a specialty. Help them in their good visit to relatives in Virginia. work. Mr. P. II. Coruiney will visit his Buiined io Death. An brother at Hradfordsvillo this week and daughter of Sherrod Davis, who will do somo tall hunting. the two lives on Mr. John B. Foster's farm, Mr. R L. Elkin, of Garrard, is in a dangerous condition, tho result of a was so badly Jmrned Friday that alio died a few hours later. Tho little body blood vessel brenking on tho brain. to Hon. M. F. North and daughter, was fearfully burned from chin knees strange to say tho child did not sufMiss Susie North, of tho West End, but had gono out for wawere here Saturday buying Christmas fer. The mother ter and it is supposed that her daughgoods. caught whilo warming her Mr. G. "Tuours" Ramsey, who ter's dress Wayne county nt feet. A neighbor named Long, seeing was elected sheriff of the perilous condition of tho little one, the November election, was a guest at wrapped a blanket around her and Asaph Hotel. the St. smothered tho flames, but it was too Tills oflleelhad an enjoyable call late, the fire had done its work. Tho from"Mesdamts Emmett of.'Hustonville, and James II. burial occurred in Buffalo cemetery c two-weeu-eight-year-ol- d yea-tord- rr in.. the guest Roberts. of near For Rent. Splendid living rooms at college on Main Street see. 11. J. Mc ' On account of Hon. George E. Stone, one of the nttorneys for the defense, having to make a business trip to Cincinnati, the trial of Nathan Pipes, on the charge of poisoniug cattle belonging to W. G. Cowan, of the West End, Oyster Supper -- The Modern rested Thursday and will bo resumed at d of America will have an oyster Hustonville this morning. supper at their lodge room over Mr. Don't for the sake of being over nice buy uselets things as gilts for the In speaking of tho defeat of local opNapier's store at Rowland, for tho bention at Somerset, the Republican, edited efit of their lodge on Saturday night, HOLIDAYS. They don't "show up" well a week after you have given by the Messrs. Hansford, says: "The Dec. 18. Everybody invited and a good transient fellows, some cf whom were them. time assurred. Doors open at 6 p. M. here on purpose to voto that way helpIf practice makes perfect, and they ed to do it. Tho town has been full of Often he laughs at the gift and its giver. say "she do," "What's Next." to be wholesale drink dealers for many days, IJuy Articles of Service nnd Utility for with them ajono do you do aa given by local talent nt Wnlton.s Opera who helped to bring It about. Two Houso next Friday night, 17th, should dollars down, before voting nnd a act of good grace and only by them are you gratefully remembered. bo rendered with a perfection that is promise of, from three to 20, after the See what wo have to oiler, then select. unusual for amateurs. The members town had voted wet. did more than anyhavo been practicing for the big event thing else. Little men sold out and so since early Fall nnd have burned mid- did big ones." night oil (nnd tons of coal) in their ef forts to give a satisfactory perform ! ance. Our customers have requested us to add a 10c and25c counter to our ChristWo havo dono so, mas attraction. many articles worth double the money in each assortment. Severance & Son. Broth-erhoo- USEFUL GIFTS. PUBLIC SALE W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. Woods, of this place. Cor. Mt. Vernon Signal, Mr. Hack Kkiihill, who is traveling for a BaltlmorcICfurnlture firm, was here Saturday with his brothers, Messrs. Thomas and 11. U. Fcrrill. Mns. Walter S.JBeazley nnd sons, William and Jack, of Los Angeles, Cal are nt Lancaster, visiting her mother. During their stay in Ken. tucky they will spend somo time with Mrs. W. W. Haysjand Mr, J. L. Ueaz-ley, here last Sunday to sco one of our very best iookmr gins. uruuuuuu Marsiiau. 8tone, or Stanford, was her sister andlbrother here. Messrs. C. C. McClure, of Paint Lick, nnd Robert Boyd, of London, passed through lastweek returning from Oklahoma. It was the former's first trip to the newState and he was highly pleased with it. It is probable that wIM kat)tkert la the Sprfeg. Ha Ing decklixl tolcme tho State. I will on HATl'KDAY. UKO. IN. 1U. nt my place HiiiIIm Huuth of L'rub Orchard on Crol Orchard At Homersit road, ul V o'clocL a. m., otter (or sale tho following property: Houwhold ami kitchen furniture, farming Implements, consisting of two hlnden. mowlui: machine. cultlintora. disc burrow, corn planter, two norm wnuon. mreo uucmea. one nurrev. two tela of buggy harneii, I net wngon harneu.l teol beam plow, etc. Two liorten, 1 colt, tliorougbretl Jersey cow nnd calf, iniiro und colt, i yearling cuttle, burreU corn, ISO Ixilen uuy.fi buitiel, of Irlin potatoes, 1 tint-cla- n blacksmith iliop. All sum, under tlu cash, oer that amount on W) days timo with good tank security. OIIAIlliIK IIAIIK.CninOrcburd, Ky. Tug court of appeals reversed tho Col. J. l'.Ohnndler, Auctioneer. Boyle circuit court in the caso of the C , Condition of The N. O. & T. P. railroad against John Yocum's administrator. Yocum was a signal repairer'on tho railroad, riding from point to point on a railroad tricy cle. He was killed near Danville, and of Stanford. Ky.. Dm. I, 1909. a jury in the lower court awarded his administrator $9,000 damages. The RESOURCES: court says it was Yocum's own negliLosni snd Bond, $190,914 59 Saturday afternoon. gence that caused his death and direct13,032 16 ed peremptory instructions for tho rail- Oradrtft, HIGGIN9. Mr. Tim W. Higgins, who Bond, and Piemium 3 1,500 00 road. Yocum formerly lived In tho U. S. was raised in this county, died of pneuBanking House and Ou Retl EiUk 9,496 61 monia at Ensloy, Ala., Saturday night, Southern end of this county. Due from Bank. 58,580 63 aged 69. For the past 10 years he bad 2,500 00 The Cumberland.), Valley Land Co., Due from U. S. Trcaiurtr made his homo nt Somerset but went with headquarters at tho First National Cadi on Hand 21,468 47 South for tho winter. Ho had spent Bank here, declared another dividend $347,514 66 Borne time at tho home of his relative, Saturday, this timo one of 12 per cent. LIABILITIES: Mrs. P. E. Kemp, at Anniston, Ala., making 202 per cent. In dividends this Capital Stock $50,000 00 and went from there only a few weeks splendidly managed concern has declarSurplus Fund Earned 20.000 00 ago to visit Mrs. Kittio King, another ed. Its capital stock is $90,850. It Undivided ProCu Net 2.612 19 relative, at whoso homo ho died after a still has 3,000 acres of valuable mounCirculation 49,500 00 Higgins bad many tain land and other propsrty. brief illness. Mr. It Is 208,732 97 relatives hore, including Mr. W. II. tho biggest taxpayer In Lincoln county Individual Deposits 1.329 70 Higgins, Dr. T. W. Pennington nnd and by odds tho best paying concern. Due lo Bank, 15,340 00 Mesdamcs George D. Hopper und Adel- - Tho managers havo taken their holdings Notes Reducounted ia Woods. He was a fine gentleman off of the market and will not offer $347,514 66 and very popular wherever ho was them again until tho railroad which Is known. Deceased was a devout mem- being built near the land is completed. J. S. HOCKER. Piesidenl; ber of the Baptist church. The burial Mr. J. S. Ilocker is general manager of S. T. HARRIS, Vice PresUmli will tako place at Somerset this after- the company and his handling of the JOHN J. McROBElYTS. Caakierj noon. Dr. Pennington, Mrs, Woods big concern baa prareo his fitness to do C BAUGHMAN. AiCabiei; aad others will attend. big things. W. W. SAUNDERS, two-hom- o 1 sj s News 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 Blnwmen's Department of tho Colorado Fuel & Iron Co. The promotion carries with it n handsome increase in salary and places him in line for tho office of superintendent. Tho young gentleman's friends nnd relatives in this section are glad to learn of his good fortune and hopo for him still greater success. SI. G. SlURTHY. J. W. ACTON. first National Bunk We still save you money, and you will never know positively whether we can show you any advantage to ho gained hy giving us a share of your business, untilyou have given us a fair trial. So try paying as you go ami you will find it is to your advantngo ns well as to ours. A few ramplo prices Dec. 1, subject to ir.nrket fluctuations: Guaranteed beet patent flour 87c, 2 1 pound sack; half patent 82c; Arbuckle's Cofreo 15c; Arm it Hammer Soda lc; Keg Soda, 2 pounds, 5c; Matches, large box, 4c; Ohio River Balt',280 pounds, 81.50; Fire 'Proof Oil 12c per gallon. Wo aro headquarters for solid leather Shoes Chap'em open, all solid Colt, Vici Kid and Box Calf, 83.53: 83.50 Patent Colt. Gun M..,- -. and Box Calf Shoe for 82.08; Slen's Brogans 81.25; Boys' tolid leather Shoes 81.25; Ladies' solid leather Shoes 81.35; Slen's extra, heavy, double frout Overalls 0 lc; Men's heavy fleeced Underwear 44c each; beet Outings, any color, UJc; Ginghams Cic; Heavy Drees Ginghams OJc. A full line of Slen's FclU, Sleu'e, Ladies' and Slisees' Rubbers and Overthoes. Eggs are 27 today. nt MURPHY A ACTON, Tho Cash Bargain Store, Bring Your Cattlo and Mules to Stanford. I,, King's Mountain Ky. a,,iBAHPRsrjffl Nunnelley 's New stock ....luTuL.. Are now completed nnd nro ready for allkinda of live stock, with good covered pens ami plenty of feed ami water. Firtt-clasaccommodations and charges reasonable. Your support aud patronage cordially solicited. Phono No, 1. Court Day, Second Slouday. a r a I. M. BRUCE. AsslatftMt. r. ..irti. jlV - -- 1 sr Tjmwiry nw - T-- mm The Interior Journal. .JnlrrMf in IV Po$t-Ofic- FARMER'S DKPARTMBWT. Young Girls Are Vlotlms. e ol Stanford L. 5N.TI7VIETHBLE No. Ji.notith, injur, m. No.StHOUth.lOtlA A M. No. II, North, (t A. M. No. . Nort!i,ft:(5 r. at. NO.T7, Mo,n,!ior, m. IO:A. M. JOS. S. RICE, Agont. Sixty young ewes for talo. L. P.. of hoadacho, as well ns oldor women, but nil get quick relief and prompt Nunnclley, Stanford. euro from Dr. King's Now Life Pills, hc-fFort Sale. A fat. tho world's best remedy for alclc nnd Henry Anderson, Stanford. nervous headaches. They mrtko puro W. U. Floyd bought In Casoy and blood, nnd strong nerves nnd build 10 mules at $150 to 200. up your hoalth. Try them, 25c nt D. D, Chatham, of Mercer, fold to Penny's Drug Store. Joo Jordan, three mules for $600. Owsley, of Columbus, Ga,, E. P. Frank Cormany, his thrco children bought 1G extra fine mules nt $240. and brother wero all drowned whilo W. 0. Walker sold to Mt. Sterlire skating at Kent. O. parties 24 cattle at 4 35. Pu-ns- kl d NOTICE j.a. I We ask the patronage of our friends and neighbors for our liomn-igrow- n nursery stock. 1 1 Is rarefullr selected. clean, thrifty anil well irrnwii. I'rlMt.MM.unihi. a. I. dress MnKKK. Kings Mountain, Lincoln Co., Ky. XMAS PRESENTS. Ladies, Men and Boys. Our More Ik Small Farm For Rent! Mrs. rorn (Inodknlght's farm on Danville Avenue for rent for iwo.nonr (trailed school t unralllnir cistern and pundilargn liarn and pood home nnd nuthouses. Heo Mrs. at her town homo on tancaster Avenue-o- ld Kernel place. UooU-knig- A. S. PRICE, 8urgoon Dontlst, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Office over McRoberta Drug Storo in tho Owsley Building. FARM The farm of IMarrrs, of good blue Brass land, lying one mile North of McKlntiojr.on and lie Hlantonl pike. Improvements Jro ring .good; plmity of wator ami fruit. acres of timlwrwl land one mile $200. Also Xast'of MeKlnney shall under fences plenty I water and good loimecn lana. nee grow Dr. J. T. Morris sold to G. T. RamJ.A.aiVKNH.AReni. Ky, jcrop.'i McKlnney, sey, of Wayne, his walking marc for d three-year-ol- F9RSALEI Hogs sold nt $8 40 at Kansas City tho other day and $8 G5 at Chicago. mules For SALC-Pa- lr D. B. Tudor, Stanford. 151 hands. cattle. W, For Sale. -- 25 P. Logan, Stanford, It. F. D. No. 1.' Thomas and Alfred Pence havo rented of F. Kcld the Hays farm for 1910 Thomas Horn, of Mercer, found 257 nails In tho stomach of a hog ho killed. Jake Robinson bought of Hamilton, cattlo at 4Jc. of Somerset, 10 J, 0. Eads sold to Lee Rankin a d horse for and a d MASON'S MEET. Lincoln LoditoXo.ft) K. A A. M. will meet In stated communication on each nrst and third Monday nliilitsoteach month, nt T::J o'clock In their hall on main streeel, Ky. Member of sister lodge nro Invited to be present. T. V. Htan-font, HOME FOR SALE! One story cottage of eight rooms nnd nil Kvcry department is now nt ita hext nml wo wnnt every ono neceaanry outlmlldhiKS. Lot contains ono acre, divided Into row lot on which la roomy idea of making n Christina" gift to a man or hoy to come in Nirn, htiwry homo, corn crlli, etc. tlowl Harden spot. This Undesirable place, locatthings n man i suro to appreciate. ed on corner of Whitley nnd Miller streets. full of imoful prc'ciiln for I.adie, Gentlemen niiil Hoy?. who m nny nnd ee the me-l- ul Hec, A. II. HO!r0!iAV,8tanfonl, Ky.S If it's to bo n Suit or Overcoat wo havo the lictt make, in tho Every person in this city who is suf- SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING. fering from Eczema, Pimples, Uand ruff or any form of skin or scalp disI mn prepared todo nil kinds nt surveying ease, can find relief and be permanentMy work ly cured by Zcmo, a clean liquid foi and civil engineering promptly. will lm guaranteed and my prices art) reaexternal use. All durggists tell ZEMC sonable. Write meat McKlnney or call mn PENNY'S DRUG The Truth country from $7.50 to $25. If it's to ho u Silk Scarf or Mulllcr wo have tin unusually handsome ov sKtmcnt from 50c (o $3.00. Here's a new fivsli stock of Ladies' and Men's Handkerchiefs from T to' iOc. STORE. J. II. Oaughman, of Doyle, sold to North Carolina parties a bunch of fat perience. Then your clothes, wbetliern low hogs nt 7c. price business tult or the finest evening Two of extra fine steers lothevwlll hare that Individuality and lit which plainly lndlcato they were made to your measure. I will alio take your meas- sold at Kansas City at $10.50. It was a ure for extra trousers, fancy vests, top price. cents' nnd overcoat. Kail and winter record samples uu band ready for your Inspection. Frank Davis raised $645 worth of toII. 0. RUl'LKY.Tbe Tailor, Who Stanford, Ky, bacco on five acres of knob land, can beat that? For money rent, 15 acres of fine land CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! Mrs. F. D. to put in tobaaco. ns Hare your measure, taken by a tailor of excar-loa- Fall and Winter Stock, $200. FURS Kldoaand Wool Wo Buy n over the telephone through the llnstouvllle Kxchange. WAt.rKHM0KINNKV. NOTICE! I can furnish the public with the beat, Hustonville, Ky. veil ns the freshest of cut flowers, plants of 11 kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short Two hundred acres of the Joo Also make a specialty of wreaths otlce." Jor for funeral purposes. farm, on the Four Mile Rosd near Jo connection with the above, I have nil kinds of vegetables on hand nt reasonable Richmond, sold at $125. prices. Women of the South End of Chris: . CllKIBTMAynHKENHOUHEH. KnllunnAitn, l'uon. tian county have formed a butter pool Htanford.Ky. and set the price at 30c a pound. A J. F. Jtuurts Tobacco and Tobacco sale good crowd attendedbroughtCover's Saturday. Sheep $7.75, Barns. hogs 7.35, aged pair mules $225, hay $3 Che-nau- Bar-nctt- e, lt Fsataars, Tallow, Bsaswax, CInseaf , CoUsn Se JAYtln. Root), May AppU. Wild Ginger, etc. We sre dsaltr.l nubCihcd ia 1856 "Ortr half acnturyU Louimfl. and caa do ler I or you tHaa agrttl or comnusoo mcrcWta. Rcfnroc, aay Dank ia LouimSa. Writ IV wttUy price lilt and atiirtaaf; tafia. HI. Sabol & Sons. 279 E. Market SI. LOUISVILLE. KY. bt Then there nre lined and unlincd Gloves, I'ur Caps nndJHaU of every You nre hereby notified (lint Tom Harris, who Is now co mined In the Htate penitentiary for shooting one Klavlus (Ireer, will ind. Hosiery, Siigci)dcn and tho most hniutiftil collection of gentlemen's make application to the Htate Hoard uf Neckwear ever shown here. All in lmndsomo boxes. l'rlxm (lommlasloners at Frankfort, k'r.. on Tupulav, thoTlli day of DecemlaT, IVOU, era my irom saiu rrmicniiary, witmroie ness hand this Noliemlier i. luw. TOM UAKItlH fv r - Fruit And Ornamintal Trt.s ! ft t ffff -- - ft Kvervthlnir for Orchard. I.awn anl 'Har den. I atalogue oil Application. No Agents, SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. it F. HILLENMEYER & SONS, HENRY Lexington, Ky. FARM FOR SALE 0RRENT. Nothing But Insurance to $15 per stack. Jesse D. Wearen, C6. Pulaski county has the honor of furnishing most of the corn sent to repre- WATTERSON'S PAPER Weekly Courier Journal -- The Insurance Man, STANFORD, KY. Residence Phone 34: OClce, Insure with mo nnd be fully protected. sent Kentucky at the International Corn Show, held at Omaha. A small, red heifer, dehorned, came to my place about three months ago. Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep. J. C. Lynn, Stan- Contains lid acres, liest tobacco land In the county. 1J miles from McKlnney. Will sell or rent, lias two dwellings, one of four rooms and the other of two rooms. Two orchards of nearly fM trees. ToImicco liarn mat win ooiii iu acres 01 looncco cnenesi farm In Kentucky at price. ('. It. llllAWNrMl, McKlnney. Ky. OUR Christmas Stock is Arriving. Don't fail to see our display. TRIBBLE & PENCE, Furuitiire ami Undertaking. Day Phono Night Phone 13J. ford. Two Jersey heifers came to my place three weeks ago. Owner can get same by paying for this notice and their keep. J. II. Wilder, Stanford, Ky., R. We are In position to do nil kinds of such as lllock Work, l'uvements and. In fact, we can mnkenny thing fromr F. D. No. 3. fcoas down ton fence iiost. We can serve E. E. Favillc. of Des Moines, la , s yon promptly nnd guarantee work and material. O.UI nnd get our prices paid $325 for the 10 best ears of corn before you buy your material ut leust. shown at tho Omaha Corn Exposition. It was raised in Franklin county, Ind., and won more than $1,000. J. T. Robertson sold the turkey poo Stanford, Ky. of Henry and Shelby counties, consisting of 5,000 birds, to A. Booth & Co . of Louisville. The pool brought over CONCRETING llr.t-clas- .AND. ''. The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR Stanford, Kontuclty. FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNTY FOR SALE ! PHILLIPS BROS., n. jniuuriAio, Stanford, Kentucky. m 1 INSURANCE. R. B. MA.HONY To- ONLY $1.50. Few people In the United States have not beard of the Courier-Journa- l, democratic In all things, fair In all things, clean In all things. It Is essentially a family paper. Ily a special arrangement we are enabled to ofone fer the WKEKLV OOUUIKU-OUHNA- L $9,000, an average of 1G cents per be- pound. bacco Barns,? Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Insures Tobacco, Stanford Court. There were Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, and Accident, Plate Glass.Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount. Life, Live Stock, Health J,L.Beazley&CoM tween 700 and 800 cattle at Nunnclley 's pens yesterday and the demand was good. Most all of them changed hands. year and this paper for the price named Bend your subscription for the comEight hundred-poun- d steers brought above. to us not tc the Oourler-Jou- r bination 4Jc, common yearlings and 4c, heifers 3 to 31c, cows 3c. 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-roodwelling, two good stock barns, new tobacco barn, 36x96, ice house, buggy house, two corn cribs, etc., two good cisterns, the wholo farm being well watered, well fenced and lavs well. Will sell as a whole or cut 200 acres with improvements, to suit purchaser, which includes 100 acres as fine bottom land as there is In the county. This is a bargain. See L. R. Hughes, Stanford, Ky. s A fine Mu grass farm for sale situated on newplkeneur I'olnt Lenvell nnd six mllea south of Iincaater. containing ao nvres, well located In good neighborhood, U'lng part of the John Walker tract, with a handsome new, soeii.room residence thervon, with all neceasaryoutbulldliigannd good, new barn 40iit. Well watered, six never falling springs nnd creek, running through. Thumb. V, cash In hand. balance on nnd tu o years from day of uile, Umrlng six per cent Interest until ald. l'ersous looking for such plnceplenae wrlle W. O. Walkkh, Mtanford. or see two-stor- J $50,000.00 40,000.00 340,000.00 the Lincoln Couiuy national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. REWARD. Capital, uuor-mntlo- u Bring m Your PrintingTo Having: suffered coiisldenihlu annoyance nnd damage from outlaws. In breaking gate uown latches and tearingcounty nnn destroying road that run. niv mites, on the through my farm, I haw concluded to offer n reward tor Information kndlng to the rson or iwrioiis. I conviction of such win inereioregituiiiesumoi i." lor leading to Ihenrruil and com In t Ion of any party or artli, that have broken W.IM. BRIGHT, CASHIER, tne latcnvs on any 01 my gaies.or mat unve S: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT sawed down or torn down uuy of my galea J- - W. ROCHESTER, AS3T. CA3H. on tho county roud which runs from tho J. D. PAXTON, iiustonviiie turnpike 10 mo jiniKiguviiie H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER turnpike, through my farm, nnd I will give the sumo umouiit for Information leading HYS FOSTER, CLERK. to tho arrest and conviction of any party or turtles who In the future commit uur ol the nlKive offenses. DIREOTOFtSi Witness tuy hand this 10th day of August. 11" V, . ... iiii.i.,nu. J. D. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shaiik t, Stanford; Geo. V. C'artor, Stanford John . Foster, btantunl; W. 11. blianks, Stanford; T. C. Han. kin, Limcanter; J. II. Paxton, Stanford; V. II. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; K. L. Iluhhlo, Lancaster; W. Surplus, Resources, - NOTICE! HIGHLAND. Fine time to burn wood and coal. An Organ company U selling organs In this neighborhood. Georgo Walls is building a house on Mrs. Margaret Young's place. H. C Brown, of Talmage. U still hero buying hogs, tobacco and cattle. Our farmers are patronizing ull the tobacco buyers. Some are selling to Mr. Brown here, and some ore going to Stanford, Moreland, Lancaster unci Danville with their crops. The Highland and Greasy Ridge schooli ure expected to closo Xmas eve. The Mt. Moriah school, taught by Miss Cora Singleton, rftul tho Locust Grovu school, taught by Miss Fannie Young, on account of sickness, will not be out The INTERIOR UndeitiKen and Emlmltr. era. Alio Dealers iu Fur They iiiture.JMattitigs.RufTf. will ec'iange Furniture for til Kin 1b of Block. JGive Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns in the West End Insurance Agency. Get your policies written right in a good company by II. Cummins, I'rcauhersville; Lilhurii Gooch, Gilberts Creek. WINTER TOUKflST TICKETS TO THE W.J. CAMPBELL, Uufttunville, Ky. S0DTH and SOUTHEAST ON SALE DAILY Them a Call. Price Righ'. IST-KFO- - KENTUCKY. JOURNAL Office J.5C McCIary, h I J5--S- U ! " . 9 ir''llA until after Christmas. Mr. Sorrell, of McAfee, is here helping Mr. Brown buying and grading tobacco. Miss EfHa Young, who has been in Louisville for some time, has returned home. Miss Fannie Young is quite sick with grip. C B. McGufTey, who mashed his foot some time ngo, is able to be out. Roy Stewart, who sold his place to a 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 has moved in and taken charge of his ' place. Best ii 2 yp fSZXZ&i Work Lowest Prices Pain In the head pain anywhere, has Its cans, rain Iscongtttlon. pain Is blood pressure nothing else usually. At bast, so says l)r eboop. and to rovs It ha hat matted a little pink tabkt. 1 hat tablet rallod Vt. B hoop's lltadaiha Tablet-co- ant blood pressure away from pain renters, lueflectlscharniUir, pleasingly delightful. Gently tnough safely, It surely tqualue the blood circulation. If ou bare a headache. It's blood pressure. It It's painful periods with women, same cause. If you are sleepless, rutlea nervcua. It's blood eonfetllou blood presaure. That surely Is a certainty, for Ur, Snoop's Headache Tablet stop It lu !W minutes, and the tablets simply diiuibuM tba unnatural blood prcsaure. Bruls your finger, and doesn't it get red, and well, and pain youf Ol course It does. It') con. Eastlon, blood pn 'ure. You'll nd It where pain i It ssluiply Common Sense. VI taU at 26 cunts, and cheerfully reoommnnd PAIN QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31st, 1910 II. C. KINO, P. & T. A., For Full Particulars, call on, or write 101 B. Mala Si., Lcilaloa, Ky. RURAL TELEPHONES. Mako your homo us modorn for your family ns it city MK. FAIlMKKi residence, uud placo yourcelf in n imaition to got tho latest market quotations nt nny time, lluscan bo accomplished by means ot our telephone service, which you uud your ticighhors can get for u sum that is small compared with the benefits received. Call or uddrci our nearest oflico or writo direct to WiHflrtakor.tEmbalmor.'ard oaiorJnlHarrioss, Saddler , STANFORD, ohm I'hoatlW. KY- t. lloiutfjftioa Jailor Vernon Coffey, of Green county, was shot and killed by H. A Bagby, a farmer, he attempted to arrest. Headach TabletSTORE. PENNY'S DRUG Dr. Shoop's heudipiartcrs, Nashville, Teuu,, for iiiformatiou reganling our special "Fur. mere" Lino" rate. If you are uot at present enjoying telephouo uervico, wo can immediately interest you. Our lines cover tho States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Iouisiana and the Southern iwrtion of Indiana ami EAST TENNESSEE TEL. A TEL. CO. Illinois. llxrourouATKD)