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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j i WIlE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 17 1909r NO 85I MIDDLEBURG Rov A G Cakes preached at Baptist church Sunday night thoI Stock hogs are selling at prices here and fat ones are simply out of the question Tho Farmers Club will meet her I Saturday night for the transaction of important business Tho stock for the Tennessee telephone lino from C Bastins store to this plae has been subscribed and tho line will bel put up at onceIt Herbert Benson fell while playing r foot ball on the graded school grounds last week and suffered a severe sprain of the left wrist Tho people of Vosemlto are anxious that tho act of tho Legislature incor paraUng that town bo repealed and will c ask Senator Rubble to take tho matter up this winter Tho Baptist church hero Is without a pastor and a committee has been appointed to secure tho services of one at an early date A preacher with a small family is proforred A family of Cubans with a bear and a baboon gathered a few pennies and nickel on the streets here recently They were about as filthy a lot as one ever afforded some amusement for the time being by their antics The cross tie trade Is about the only thing doing in timber hereabout Thcro are two firms buying at Yosemite and several wagon loajare received there dally Teamsters are furnished lots of hauling and arc paid good prices per dayEverybody Is busy Retting ready for L tho holidays though there Is nothing on the boards as yet in the way of en tertalnmcnt Everything points to a tilY uneventful Christmas though you not always sometimes tell what will take place In Christmas time 4 Report of Garrard County Grand Jury We the undersigned members of the November term grand Jury 1909 Gar rard circuit court wish to make the following report We have carefully examined Into tho report made by M II Thatcher State Inspector which report Is now being circulated in the daily papers throughout tho Stato of Kentucky in which ho charges A D Ford judge of Garrard county with certain Irregularities in his office and after making said examina tion wo are of the opinion that ho Jias violated no law and has only been o tie careless in his business in which he and he alone is the loser Ike S Dunn It L Hagan N T Grow W a Ruble S L Rich A W I Kavanauirh W It Kolley II K So bastian T C Rankin John E Anderson 0 T Layton Chas Ucltrlch Forced Into Exile Wm Upchurch of Glen Oak Okla was an exile from homo Mountain m ale he thought would cure a frightfu luog racking cough that had defied all remedies for two years After six months ho returned death dogging his steps Then began tousoDr Kings Now Discovery ho writes aud af ter taking six bottles I am as well acer It saves thousands yearly from desperate lung diseases Intel lible for Coughs and ColJs it dispels Uoarscncs and Sore Throat Cures Grip Bronchitis Hemorrhages Asthma Croup Whopping Cough 50c nnd el trial bottle free guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store GIFTS Let them bo suitable s Let them express a thought It is not enough to expend so hmuch iiItis criminal to thoughtlessly give live animals 1 No living creature should bo given unless it is desired No living creature should bo given 10 1 unless the recipient will caro for it I h Wearables should not be selected by I fond relatives regardless of other Items of the recipients wardrobe In a word it Is blessed to give but it Is much more blessed to give things that will confrenl pleasure i A rescuing party headed by C J I Norwood of Lexington State Mine Inspector found tho bodies of seven miners entombed in the iII fated Baker t mine of the West Kentucky Coal Company near Wheatcroft and all were removed f from the mine War was formerly declared upon the United States Steel Corporation by tho t leaders of organized labor throughout a the United States and Canada at the close of a momentous twodays con ference at Pitts burg Breathe it In thats all Its a joyful pastime killing catarrh germs with l 1 Hyomci and the pocket inhaler Com j J plete outfit for l Penny guarantees 1 it e +J J Reed of Clinton countykilled a hog which weighed 754 pound Judge Saufley For Governor Tho man most talked of and written about for Governor is Judge Micah Chrisman Saufloy who has just been elected Circuit Judge for tho second or third term In his district by the largest majority over given a Democrat there Wo have no information that he does not prefer to continue to occupy tho bench he fco capably fills but we do know that there Is no better Demo quaUfiedtaspire As an electioneer and mixer tho Judge is a failure because he is not built that way but when It come to making a speech and expounding Democratic principles no man In Kentucky is his superior and few his equal He is now ono of the most ornato speakers we know and his eloquence has won many a race and many a case in court Unfortunate ly tho day for the office to seek the man appears to have passed and be Ing a modest man Judge Saufley may not press his claims but if he doss and secures the nomination there will not be any element of doubt in the result And when elected and inaugurated there will be a return to Democratic first principles and a just and honest administration of the States affairs follow ThIS fact that he has been In the penitentiary al bad as it sounds to the present genera tion will not hurt him with tho dear old fellows with whom ho fit enduring tho war In fact they would bo proud to rally to his support He was with General Morgan In the Ohio State prison and fought for tho cause ho loved as a gallant soldier allot the four long years that he was not In confinement Lexington Gazette MATTERS Rev J B Bourland of Murray has been called to tho pastorate of the Christian church at Lawrenceburg Tho Methodist congregation will wor ship in the Baptist church next Sunday morning and night The Sundayschool will meet In the Odd Fellows building The Methodist church is undergoing re pairs Kev D W Robertson presiding el der of the Danville district will con duct quarterly meeting services in Stanford Dec 28 and W The sacrament of the Lords supper will bo cele brated the previous Sunday Dec 2G Regular services at the Christian church next Sunday Dec 19 Sunday school at 945 A1 preaching at 11 A M and 715 11 Y P S C E at p30 r M Morning subject wilt be The All Olivet Message Of Evening subject Worry as a Hindrance to Service The members of tho church- aro urged to bo present at the morning service especially as things that vitally concern tho life of a Christian will be discussed We hope to see a full at tendance also at the Bible school and those who have been absenting them selves back in their places Attention is called to the series of sermons being preached on Wednesday evenings by the pastor The public is cordially In vited to all these services D M Wal ker pastor i IN 1910 Fathers in his airship Gone to spend the day Looking after loansand bonds In Europe oer tho way Mother who pikes comfort And docs not care to roam is shopping via wireless In Paris at her home Brother who in deep seas lies a coral grove Is going in his submarine Among his crops to rove Uncle in the navy Whos left his ship a span Is shooting through pneumatic tubes To join her in Japan Sister whos a suffragette lias worked reforms so rare That even the ward meetings They open now with prayer And when tired by their labors Shed body rest and soup She goes to spend her pleasure A weekend at the pole- Detroit Free Press The cleverest imitation of realcolTce over yet made is Dr Shoops Health Coffee It is lino In Uavor and Is made in just one minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made from pure parched prams malt nuts etc Sample free Pennys Drug Store The turkey engineered by tho farmers wives and daughters of tie Blacks Cross Roads vicinity in Bourbon county resulted In the salo of 1 400 fine Christmas turkeys at an aver age of15c per pound to a Carlisle deal er Coburn C Kavanaugh a former Frankfort boy haar announced as a can didate for the Democratic nomination for Governor of Arkansas NEWS NOTES Frankfort will increase saloon li tenses from 250 to 1000 Gen Ws W Dudley df Indiana formerly commissioner of pensions is deadThe j next meeting Of the Southern Educational Association will convene In Charlotte N C on December 28 30 The 473 State banks in Kentucky have 19854373 37 capital stock and resources and liabilities of 100627 31992 s JudgA R B Dohnney oneof the most widely known men in Southern Ken tucky is dead at his country home neat Glasgow Two women three children and two men lost their lives and seven other persons were seriously Injured in a tene ment fire in Cincinnati Gov Wilson granted a pardon to Thomas McElroy of McCracken coun ty who was sent up in 1907 to serve eight years for robbery Ford Warner former member of the House of Delegates of Missouri went to trial a second time on a charge of bribery in the Criminal Court at St LouisBurton C Smith a prominent young man committed suicide at Lebanon Tcnn by shooting himself through the forehead Despondency is supposed to bo the cause of the act A warrant for the arrest of George P Sheldon the deposed president of the Phoenix Insurance Company of Brook lyn was put into the hands of tho Greenwich Conn police Prof C J Norwood of Lexington Stato mine inspector has gone to Clay Webster county to take charge of the rescue work at tho Baker mine where seven Negro miners are entombed Hev Robert M Snyder pastor of the Holiness Methodist church at Steuben villc Texas was stabbed to death by James Anthony a farmer following a dispute over some calves sold by Sny derMiss Modclla Fonville of Louisville obtained a verdict at Shepherdsvilla against the Louisville Nashville for I 22000 for injuries sustained in a head on collision near Lebanon Junction last Juno Mrs Mary Manna the third richest woman in Cincinnati is dead As the widow of Henry Hanna she was left a fortune of 7000000 Mrs Hanna wasI 91 years old One daughter inherits estateWallace H Hopkins former broker convicted of using the malls to de fraud was sentenced in the Federal District Court In Chicago to serve four years and three months in the Federal prison at Leavenworth Kan Mrs Bernard McClure was badly burned at Cairo Henderson county while rendering lard Tho grease spilled on the stove causing a blaze which ig nlgtod her clothes and the house Her hair was burned from her head An unexpected banking melon was sliced in Wall street when tho First National Bank declared an extra dividend of 8 per cent for the quarter making a total disbursement of 40 per cent in dividends for the year A telegram was received from J B Haggin the New York millionaire an pouncing a gift of 2000 for the Lex ington Y M C A which is just now engaged in a campaign to raise 50000 and hopesto raise tho remainder to morrow Capt Thomas Franklin U S A twice commended for distinguished service pleaded guilty at New York to a long series of petty embezzlements from the mess fund of the West Point Cadets and was sentenced to two years and six months in the Federal punt tentiaryGov Willson granted a pardon to Adjt Gen P P Johnston who was indicted for striking Denny B Goode editor of The Focus Tho Governor said Gen Johnston must pay a fine of 100 and court costs In the article objected to Mr Goode referred to Gen Johnston as Peacock President James K Pattersons resignation as head of Kentucky State University which was tendered last Juno was accepted by the board of trustees at their regular meeting at Lexington the resignation to take ef fect some time between Jan 1 and Ju ly 1 at tho option of the board which means that President Patterson will step aside when his successor has been chosen and that this appointment will bo made before July 1 of the coming year A Scolded Boys Shrieks horrified his grandmother Mrs Marin Taylor of Nebo Ky who writes that when all thought he would die Buck lens Arnica Salvo wholly cured him Infalllblo for Burns Scalds CutsI Corns Wounds Bruises Cures Fe verSores Bolls Skin Eruptions Chilblains Chapped Hands Soon routs Piles 25o at Pennys Drug Store Z lhMhhhhhhPhhMhhhhhhhhhhhhMMhhhPhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhihhhil hhhhhhhhhhhaMhhhhhhlhhhhMY f iV tJVfVyfV WV VVfVlf+ 32 manyaper2fl2son f The man cant tell you probably he doesnt weeks24Jafter= something he wants that you could have given him f 2 for a present 22 1 SUGGESTIONS FOR CHRISTMAS IiIiClothes quite as acceptable and useful 2- f2 Fine Neckwear 50o to 200 ff Umbrellas up to 81250 a jfi2Silk Hose 8 150 and 8200 Zf 2 Silk Socks 8100 t t iSixpair IIole Proof Socks 150rMufllers dainty styles Jjf i Patent leather Shoes to fit y 2 Mens Jewelry Sets of all sorts ffy A 2 SjjJAfriend will appreciate jY If Cummins Wearen If STANFORD KENTUCKY 9 2 4 44iahhhhhMhhhhhhMhhhhhhhhhhhlAtVd +v cc c 4t lhhal VVr Nf i t i+ V Vi hhhPhfhhlhhPhhhhhhhhhhhhhht1 4 MATRIMONIAL Ed Lamb and Mrs Dessie Petrey were made one at Uriah Albrights on the 15th The groom is a prominent young farmer while his bride is a handsome and popular widow In a few hours after being granted a divorce from her husband J Russell Ashpaw Mrs Mary Menefee Ashpaw was married to Arthur Watson a well known young Bourbon county farmer At Dongola this State an interest fug triple wedding took place when Leo Hale aged 43 was married to Miss Eva Adams 18 Willie Banks 18 to Miss Dora Day 17 and Patrick Banks 20 to Miss Etta Collins 15 Rev R U Fields officiated F B Grow three times a widower und Mrs Rellie Payne Burdett a wid ow were marred at Mrs Agnes Her rins Wednesday by Rev D M Wal ker The groom Is a resident of Gar rard and the bride is a daughter of D C Payne of Crab Orchard Chief of Police Zach Lusby of Georgetown and his divorced wife Mrs Emma Wregg Lusby were re married at Cincinnati after a courtship extending over a period of several months They were as happy as any bridal couple who ever were united in the Queen City They will return tc Georgetown to make their home Dont drug femora stimulate the heart or kidneys That Is wrong It Is tho weak nerves that are crying out for help Vitalize these weak In sldo controlling nertIwith Dr Shoops restorative and sea how quickly good health will come to you again Test It and seel Sold by Pen nys Drug Store A colored man died without medico attendance and the coroner went to in vestigato Did Samuel Williams live hero 7 he asked the weeping woman who op ened the door Yassah she replied between sobs- I want to see the remains- I is de remains she answered proudly A tickling or dry cough can be quick ly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store Proventlcs those Candy Cold Cure Tabletswill safely and quickly check all colds and the grip Try them once and seel 4825c Sold by Pennys Drug Store The Burley Tobacco Society has con tracted to build a big warehouse at Alexander Campbell county A movement is on foot to establish a hospital at Glasgow Haskell of Oklahoma is seri IGov ill w I Xmas Goods lrF We will show you the nicest lino of Xmas goods from all the foreign patteries ever shown here Dinner Ware Novelties BricaBrac and Com munity Silverware Carving Sets and other things too numerous tb mention Come and see us nndyou will agree with us i GEORGE HI FARRIS Stanford FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY k ORGANIZED IN 1882 T CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Us of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICERS J S locker President S To Harris Vice President John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Assf Cashr WVSaundersDoolkeeper DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman M D Elmore J M Petlus H C Baughman J F CumminsaH S T Harrisno C Robinson W B OBannon J S Hacker C E Tate H B NORTHCOTT Will Pay theHighest Market Price for Tur f keys See him before selling Call 153 Stanford KyJ 19I tir H B NORTHCOTT Stanford r JournaltEo Co WALTON HON HARVEY HELM r of Lincoln county It a candidate for roo inominatlonforCongrem from the Eighth of the demo crntlo party I Tim president nominated Judge for ace H Lurton of the Sixth UnitedI States circuit to be a justice United States Supreme Court Tho ap pointment regarded as the highest at the disposal of tho president mended aside from from the personalI ability of Judge Lurton for the reason that it is without a political motive in view Judge Lurton being a democrat I i With the was a personal matter and regardless of the pressure brought upon him to name a republican theiat Newport Ky Feb 26 1844 He is the oldest man ever named for the Supreme i court The justices age was used against his appointment but the president did not consider it sufficient appointimlD t Cot JACK CHINN of Mercer says he will introduce a bill making it a mis demeanor to discuss politics in a house of public worship Col Chinn says that he and he believes every other man in the State who has the proper respect for the sanctity of the House of God is opposed to the sacred edifices being used for political discussions He considers prohibition and its correlative issues as purely political questions but instead of debating these issues as oth er public questions are debated in the proper places for such discussions the antisaloon or dry element has been making their principal arguments from the pulpits of the churches It is hard ly probable that Col Chinns bill will become a law although it has some good features DEDICATION of the new Capitol build ing will not be held until after the 24th of next May owing to the lack of ca pacity of the city of Frankfort to aC- commodate the visitors expected for that event should the ceremonies be held during the session of the General Assembly This announcement was made at the conclusion of a session of the Capitol Commission in the governors office Tuesday KENTUCKYS 1909 tobacco crop is es timated by Louisville bankers at 400 000000 pounds including both the burley crop and the dark grades which will bring approximately 35000000 of thIs amount It is estimated about 200000 000 is included in the burley crop o which between 55 and 60 per cent ii controlled by the Burley Tobacco Soci- etr DURING the year 1908 9390 saloon were closed in the United States or 30 for each day So far in 1909 the average has been 40 per day Iris e thaton the continent elf Africa alone 4000000 people are killed every year in tho endeavor to dis cover witches POLITICAL Mr Edwards has introduced a bill fo the construction of a public building a Middlesboro After perfunctory sessions of both Houses the Illinois General Assembly adjourned until Jan 4 The Each bill requiring railroad companies to report all accidents to the Interstate Commerce Commission pass ed the House- Representative Gardner of Massa chusetts in an interview practically announced the abandonment of any fur ther effort during this Congress for a change in the rules or Speakerehip Gov Deneen in a message to the spe cial session of the Illinois Legislature laid particular stress upon necessity for a new primary election law as the most important subject for legislative enact mentRepresentative Murphy of Missouri introduced a sweeping election corrupt practice bill in the House which aims to compel all candidates for United States offices from President down to swear to the amount of their expenses incurred during their candid acy Secretary of State Knox has request ed the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations to postpone the suggested In vestigation of the Nicaraguan situation until such time as things shall have eventuated so as to enable him to give understandingrThe persons latest mentioned as possi ble candidates for the Democratic nom ination for Governor of Kentucky are i lion Allie W Young and Judge M C Saufley It has been suggested that the Democrats should have for their standard bearer in the next race not only a clean man but a fine speaker The Hon Allie W Young is all right in many respects but Judge M C Sauf ley whoso home is at Stanford flue the bill complete He is a clean man In I every respect and there is not a better speaker in the State London Democrat IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs T J Thomas is dead atHDnnn ville W D Beard an aged citizen of Ca sey is dead The home of C D Moddrell at Som erset burned John Hardin formerly ofSomorset It dead in Illinois Mrs Edward Davis is dead at Rich illnessI is very at Mrs Sallie Edwards aged 84 is dead CaseyI prom inent farmers of Russell county is dead aged 70 A tenant house on L C Dunns farm near Mt Salem burned as the re suit of a lamp explosion Hon Phil B Thompson formerly of Harrodsburg but now located in Washington City had an attack of hemorrhage and is in a critical condi tionGrantLee Hall a dormitory for boys at Lincoln Memorial University lo cated at Cumberland Gap burned Tuesday The loss Is 70000 fully covered by insurance The fire originated on the third floor but the cause is un knownA Vernon dispatch says An un identified man broke into the jail and released Happy Hooligan a Negro arrested on the charge of being a mem ber of a band of robbers which has burglarized hundreds of stores in the moun tains Officers trailed tho band to Mid dlesboro after the burglary of Krugers store here from which 400 was taken and Hooligan was the only one they succeeded in capturing His alleged accomplice is supposed to have released him The locks of the jail were carried off by the men Two other prisoners Faulkner Ross and Wm Recce escaped while the other prisoners hurried to notify the jailer Here and There Z P Smith sold his tobacco off of 26 acres of land for 52204 Judge Lea at Little Rock Ark sentenced W Y Ellis of Indianapolis to serve three years in the penitentia ryeMrs W F Dishon sold to Gooch i Beck three gobblers and four turkey hens for 2494 She has several more hens for sale Neil Andress a planter pleaded guilty in the United States Court at Mobile Ala to the charge of conspir acy to commit peonage and was fined 75 Mrs Caroline W Martin the long sought mother of Mrs Ocey Snead the East Orange bathtub victim was ar Crested in Now York on a charge of murder P C Webber of the McKinney section sold his tobacco off of four acres of knob land for 540 He sold it to Thomas of Shelby at 15c It was a fine crop It was reported in financial circles in New York that when President Mur ray of the Baltimore and Ohio rail road retires he will be succeeded by Daniel Willard one of the vice presidents of the Chicago Burlington and QuincyThe largest Christmas mail ever brought to America by a transAtlantic thattever New York in the White Star liner OceanicThe Sheet and Tin Plate Co a subsidiary of the United States Steel Corporation will start at once the building ofa largo sheet and tinplate plant at Gary Ind at a cost of 4500000 Three passenger coaches and two sleeping cars on the main line of the Southern railway were derailed at Browns Summit 11 miles north of Greensboro N C and went over an embankment Fourteen passengers were killed HUSTONVILLE Red Cross stamps for sale at Adams Bros drug store Help a good cause by buying some We have an uptodate line of Xmas crash wrapping paper and notions new line of ladies skirts and tailored waists all linen Closing out Winter millinery at rock bottom prices Have moved to office rooms of Newton build ing Call and see us before you buy Miss Cora LIpps Sister Hustonville Kills Her Foe of 20 Years liThe most merciless enemy I had for 20 years declares Mrs James Duncan of Haynesville Me was Dyspepsia I suffered intensely after eating or drinking and could scarcely aleep After many remedies had fail ed and several doctors gave mo up I tried Electric Bitters which cured mo completely Now I can eat anything I am 70 years old and am overjoyed to get my health and strength back again For Indigestion Loss of Appetite Kidney Trouble Lame Back female Complaints its unequaled Only 60o at Pennys Drug Store Arrangements are being perfected by the Pacific Aero Club for an invitation meet in San Francisco the last week la January or the first1 week in February lr c y Fains of otaeu head pains or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25o box Sold by Pen nys Drugstore The condition of King Leopold who was operated on for the removal of an obstruction of the intestines has taken a turn for the better Sister Jane Cowan aged 80 years and 40 years head of the Shaker colony at South Union is dead G W Long one of the oldest citi zens of Wolfe county fell dead while milking Cadiz has called off the local option election she was preparing to hold Rev David C Hughes father of Gov Hughes of New York is dead FARM FOR RENT I MY farm of Ise acres iO of which Is clears land Ii for rent privately S3 acres are sowed In grass remainder for cultivation corn and tobacco on shares In Gradet School district lies dwelling of six rooms two itone chImneys two lire place stock barn and tobacco barn and other outbuild Ing W M MVHPHY King Mountaln Cy Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholder of the Na tlonal bank of Hustonville Will be held at their bankIng house In lluitonvlllct the sec and Tuesday In January 1910 between lIand 12 A 11 for the purpose of electing director to serve the ensuing year J W JlOCEIIC- alblerStockholdersMeeting A meeting of the itockholdcr of tho First National Hank of Htanford will be held at their honkIng house the second Tuesday In January mo for the purpose of electing director tor tho ensuing year JOHN JJtcnonaaraCas- hierStockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholder of the Lincoln Uounty National Bank of Stanford will lie held ut their banking house the second Tuesday In January 110 for the purpose or electing director for the ensuing year WM HHIOIIT Cashier StockholdersMeeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Crab Orchard Banking CoM of Crab Orchard will be hold at their bonking house the first Monday In Jannary 1010 for the purpose of electing directors the ensuing year JC BAILEY Cashier Harry Jacobs Denier In and Manufacturer Marblo and Cranito Monuments Markers and Posts Cemetery anti Lawa Vase and Hettees Office and works McKinney Ky CLEMENS HOTE- J L EIJCIN Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKY Large airy outside rooms Commercial traveler n specialty Special rates by week or month The proprietor Is B former LIn- coln county man and his should re member him when stopping In his town I The Remedy I that Always Cares ZEMO Ii recognized II the mom taut and ZEM lads Inltintlr ttUerct sud potltlretr tnt perm seine urea Zcitm mil all luhlgg ikla tfitcuc Get s bottle t04IAII Dtiulns Wills lot sampl- eEwRaNedldYssece Just The Thing If you want to catch big fish you have to go whero big fish are and if you are hunting for fine Groceries Fruits Nuts Candies You have to go where they are found I So come t- oW i W WHITE Who Has Them inwiddie I Co H ustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods 4 HAIR BALSAM a ee anh tk Ml xrua to lor Halt III Youthful fejlor CUM Mlp ns I u Auctioneer 1 I otter my services to the or Lie coin Ian auctioneer HnUifncUot guaranteedMoreland Ky MoWIlollTKH It 111 Nol TURKEYS FOR SALE 1 Uobblers mid hiiiQitho Lnngcrdou do Ponger and Owen Allarbee itrnln for Ie Thoroughbred bronze large bone and beautiful plumage Mus K DIHHON It H 1 Phoue 81 J J BELDEN For House and Onrrlllll IalnUnltaml TrIm ming PaperIiangluRUunand Locktlllltb Ing Ahopoppoettedepot J J lKLr KvBtanford Ky FOR SALE I Cover Hotel nt CrnlOrchaNalso storeroom just across street with post office ad joining and a cottage or office of throe room All necessary outbuildings lIlS QlTltTIH OOVER Crab Orchard Ky WANTED TO RENT SMALLFAftM aI want to rent t small farm of 39 to 100 acres two or three miles front Htanford Prefer land partly In cultivation and partly ingress Hmalltiouse desired Address w I K care Interior Journal Otllce man ford K- yStock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock of Oro- cerlesand Hardware 1101ng a good bUl- lnel Will Invoice about roo Iteason III health OKO nHOPPEHHtanford Ky B D CARTER New Llverv Depot Street Phone 06 STANFORD KENTUCKY O B PRUtTT Moreland Kentucky Now Fall Lino Millinery now in Also Kew Furniture coming in al most dailyG Pnurrr Morcland Ky R2lJX Vfo u- yFURS Hides and Weol FeslbrsTslowuwu4 vtianeBf C CoUnScalYcIWKocOM rApple dealersLn Louirnlk=od sdobiterfarwrkoE- atrs ct icamcrehna zlentr ear flaa4 la UuiniIIc Wrirn IcUtgrits till aid flirting Up M Sabcl Ss Sons 229C Market St LOUiSVillE KV AN ORDINANCE I An ordinance forbidding obstructions of public streets and deiiosttlng tilth or icluse hereon and fixing penalties The city council of ILe city of Stanford do ordain as follows person9nuorcorparattenitor cause to bo placet dlpo or thrown upon any streetwlthivnthelownoIHtaalonl- any Into ony gutter obstruction of any kind or any paper trash ashes refuse or filth of any or to cause or tUner to bo emptied upon or Into any street sidewalk or gutter the water or refuse iron any closet sink or lath room r It shall lit unlawful for an merchant or other person firm or corporation to sweep east throw orjcauso or surfer to be swept cast or thrown from any atoreware bouseor other building In hll charge orun del his control In Hlauford upon or Into nny street ildowalk or gutter any paper refuse of any klndor any trash or 111th- a Violators of this ordinance shall be guilty of n misdemeanor and shall upon conviction be lined In any sum not lest ft nor more than liuo for each ottunse 4 Kachday that any obstruction tilth trash refuse or other substance shall rue main upon or In the street sidewalk or gut ter shall constitute u separata offense and It shell be u ceparate offense each day that any closet bath room or sink ii emptied on any sidewalk or street or In any gutter 6 The foregoing section shall not be construed so os to tho punishment of say single act forbidden by this ordinance 6 This ordinance shall become effective from and alter Its publication In one Issue of the INTxlllon JOURlfAL In whIch tile clerk will cause It to bo printed IayorrPOSTEDwhoso name appear below strictly lorbld buntJne fishing or any kInd or tree passing on our places and will prosecute vi olator to the full extent of the law tMIs tattle Ilewei Itelchenbncli Bros Fred Hauniann- LllburnUoocb A T Traylor N II Plummer NunnelleyJJKBruce DavId Kerens JohnOamenlscbDan WmOordler M D Elmore Ootllb Clic- kJJThompson Fred Handorf D lI Anderson J K Moser Mr and Mrs Jns II Kadi AKlbasn Mr N J Morton JJ Elliott biro Geo Logan W H Uaughcrty Frank Conner Ilev Father Leo Dr G a Perry HaUlb11lllnUrIahMrs Margaret Uooch Jacob Gander leo O Ulveni WH Traylor Ham Robert John JUltr Amend Hchaefer M J Jlofmann KTBeaxley A H Matbeny OwsleyMH T Harris lip 0Watkins JUHundley It II Grow Mrs McOlure Anderson CartAnton Itnnecker VouOrucnlllnnJUCnrpenteVJohn H Lee DBflvler UhrUtlan Jacob Tom Ferrlll W W Iltman Fred Pnyk Alex Cooper J NevIn Darter K II tire W O Welch UAnderion W I Qoocb fluj Ueltil T A ilea Reuben Curtis Chris lumenlsob Tinslu78i1OOII4IUoroPB W Oftlnes W P orlmoi JIi Holticlaw W M iIt KClalnes Mr Mettle White Miss Mary PepplM WK Ktwton Jame Moslem r w 1RTs I 1 t + 44 + 1 For Ton to Give X Your Friends t fIUmbrellas 81 00 to 10 00 Neck Ties 25 flOc ami 81 Suspenders 25o to a 00- COcSilk Sox SI 8150 Silk hose 81 to I2CO- OOcScurf Pins to 1350 Garters 10 25 and 500 Silk Handkerchiefs 25 and rOc Gloves 25c to 200 81 00 to 3 00 50o f 25c to lf 0- SH50 j 81260 85 to 81250 8350 ami 8500s- OOc I to 8250 25 and SOc I 8100 8150 t These are KENTUCKYSilk a1 1 ly 1 for t dF- t H J STANFORD I 0 L Penny K II Coffey E a Coleman Vtnol The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil is a most Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and Strength It is Especially Useful For Persistent Coughs and Colds Soldunder a Guaran tee at 11 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky OklahomasLand SaleOne hundred thousand acres of valuable farm and grazing land belonging to the State of Oklahoma I will be divided into farms of one hundred and sixty acres each and sold to the highest bidder on easy terms y AUCTION BEGINS DECEMBER 16 1909 and continues ro Jt for 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 OklahomaTicketsy month and bear final return limit of twentyfive days theseticketssection or portion of the State and the return trip thru another F- orFull 1i InformationRegarding the price and the diverse route arrangement tymentTti Write I i R F PENN T P Aor J P GARDNER G PAIti1 J The Henderson RouteI OUISVILLK KY I VP t t 1The Big Sale Is On I Dont fail to take advantage of this opportunity toget good seasonable goods at cut prices Suita Cloaks Skirts Caps Underwear Remnants Some splendid values in extra large Black Cloaks See our rack of Cloaks at 8485 for choice 250 yarns Flannelette and Fleece Down worth 12 and J 15o at OJc Good thing for Comforts Kimono Etc Calicoes 4Jc + Mens COo Underwear 38c I tI The Interior Journal KY Dec 17 1909 I bargains In box paper are being closed out to make room for now stock at Pennys Drug Store- PERSONALS better 1 MR P P NUNNBLLEY continues very 111 GROVER WILKINSON Is back from Ca leyW S EMORY went to Lexington yesterday I liON J M ALVERSON was in Louis vllloWedneeday t DR J T BOHON of Hustonvllle r with friends hero 4MRs LirziB DIWON went to Lan cuter Wednesday MRS DISK WILKINSON of Liberty t vtsltcd relatives here Em MURPHY of Vaughn N M II with hta parents here t MR R M NswLANn Is in the Moun tales working insurance MR W A BROOKS of Crab Orchard was the guest of Mr C E Tate MRS E T CARTER and son of Ev I 4 ansvHIe Ind are with her mother Julia Hughes 1Mrs SADIE BAUQIIUAN of Huston vile is the guest of Misses Peach t and Elizabeth Bsughroan MESSRS M D HUGHES and G B Swinebroad thehustling insurance mot of Lancaster were here yesterday REV AND MRS HOMER CAHPENTEI are up from Shclbyvlllo with her par eats Dr and Mrs J G Carpenter HILL CARTER is here from Hooker Kansas to spend Christmas with hli I parents Mr and Mrs P W Carter Miss MARY C ENGLEMAN of Brad dock N D daughter of the late Butler Engleman is visiting relatives In Garrard county bin W W lEAVYttouse of the West End has secured a good position Dt Holdcn W Va and orders the I J l sent him there r MR BRYAN CARPENTER of Decatur Ala spent several days with his parent Mr and Mrs A W Carpenter in the West End WILLIE SODEN of Louisville grand son of Col W II Duddcrar has gone r to Jersey City N J to take charge 4 ticket efHc A of a big Eastern railroad W J BROWN Is making ylreparation to leave Jan lit for California where ho and his estimable family will make their future homo Somerset Journal DR M M PHILLIPS went up to Lon don Wednesday to see his father Mr S S Phillips who has been very ill with pneumonia but who Is Improving MRS J J DICKEY left Thursday for Frankfort near which cltyHarvie land she assists in conducting Frankfort District meeting of the Wo mans Homo Mission Society MR F KRUEGER Is at home at Mt Vernon suffering from rheumatism Mr W H Krueger who has been look ing after the building of the courthouse went to Springfield Wednesday I LOCALSI LOOK at Whites dolls J I FARRIS for fruits candies and nuts I I 1 JtFOR those Xmas presents go to tar LET White fill those Christmas stock inge I fA FEW more guns left at Whites store NEw llunigalo ii four saleorrent W BOJBannon Stanford Goons delivered anywhere In town on short notice W W White 01 A NICE lap robe will make a good Xmas present J C McClary r ANOTHER shipmeut ofRochester ware received W H Higgins ANOTHER shipment of shoes at Whites Everyone can get a fit WITH each 25c cash purchase you get a chanco on the beautiful 10 doll in our show window and which we will give away Shugars Tanner J H W HAT promises to be the best enter tainment yet given by the pupila of Stanford Graded School will be given Thursday evening Dec 23rd Admis sion 35cts COTTON Seed Meal at Baughmans Mill T BARGAINS In lure at Severance r Song 1 WATCH for that lOc counter Dec 20 at Farris NEXT month ia Xmas see the line of- W lit Mueller the jeweler WOMEN and chlldrens coats at cut prices at Severance Sons FOR presents that are beautiful and lasting go to W II Mueller MENS and boys gloves at cut prices to close out Severance Son READ Murphy Actoaead this issue They give some startling prices IP you are looking L for fresh oyster and celery go to J D Hortona rata rant WHATS NEXT1at Waltons Opera House tonignt Get your ticket nowA I BOX of cigars will make a nice Xmu present Get one of Shugars Tanner Give handkerchiefs Sea our line Elegant line of fine linen goods Sev crance Son seatsfor Whats Next now on sale at Shugara Tanner store Price 50c DONT thenyear catch you owing for your home paper Pay now and avoid such a calamity R G JONES bought of Henry C An derson the storeroom on Depot street occupied by J W Acey for 000 I I WILL take your orders for any kind of cake you want for Christmas Bak ed at the restaurant J D Horton 2t e WANTED to buy a good Lincoln coun ty farm of the value of 20000 to 30 000 Address Lock Box 201 Stanford Ky You had best eutyour coal supply before bad weather If you want the very best buy Fox Ridge J H Baughman Co L Six cars of a freight train jumped th track near Pine 11111 Tuesday night but nobody was hurt The wreckage amounted to very littler To all parties holding treasurer claim come In and get your tax receipt Your treasurer claims will now bu itiI in full T111111 Sheriff i J M LAIR of Brodhead was down Wednesday and bought a lot each of M D Elmoro and Stove Rice at Rowland lie will build a home for his daughter Mrs Ollio Pritchard I OUR customers have requested us to add A lOc and25c counter to our Christ- I mas attraction We have done so many articles worth double the money in each assortment Severance Son THE drys cow tho whisky election held at Somerset on Dec 7 and it may be for years and it may be forever before saloons are opened there The grounds of the contest are not given THE school taught by Miss Hetty Gilmore was the lucky one to receive the third prlzoa nice globe giv en by the Kentucky Childrens Home Society Their letter containing the splendid contribution was the first let ter opened OYSTER SUFFER The Modern Brotherhood of America will have an oyster supper at their lodge room over Mr Napiers store at Rowland for the ben efit of their lodoOQ Saturday night Dec 18 Everybody invited and a good time aseurred Doors open at 6 PM NEW SAFE Tho First National Bank has just Installed a new safe which looks a marvel of safety It is the latest patent Maganeeo steel safe spherical and screw door It has three time locks thus insuring no trouble about getting It open Drop in the bank and see it TimE capacity of Waltons Opera louse will likely be taxed again tonight when Whats Next t will be presented by local talent under tho management of that talented young woman Miss Bertha Jackson If you havnt gotten your reserved seat ticket you had better do so at once or you might havo to standup and witness the performance GOLD MEDAL flour at George D Hoppers FOR nice holiday presents go to Muel lets jewelry store NEW fancy ginghams calicoes etc at Whites store GENUINE Kanawha salt The best lor curing meat J H Baughman Co I WHEN at Danville court Monday get a good dinner at the Clemens House IF wordssendbox of Dolly Varden chocolates Shugara Tan nor FOR all kinds of fruits candies nnd nuts go to the restaurant cheapest and best FOR Chrietmasandies fruits and nuts cheapest and best at J D Hor tons FOR Splendid living rooms at college on Main Street see H J Me Roberta S FIRE CRACKERS FOR Su1 have on hand a big stock of firecrackers for the holidays M 0 Bastin Rowland Ky WILLIAM B HotCoswwas appoint ed postmaster at Bryantsville Gar TALK with me before buying a type writer and see sample at my home T A Brackctt local agent for Standard Typewriter Exchange New York I TUB Ladles Aid Society of the Bap fist church will hold an exchange and bazaar in the postoffice on Wednesday Dec 22 Fancy articles and black cake a specialty Help them in their good workMARETMr Alvah Maret the ago father of Mrs Henry Catron of the East End died at his home near Mt Vernon after a protracted illness He is survived by his wife and following daughters Mesdames Jones Fish William Jones Jones Hiatt and Henr Catron Deceased was one of the best known men in Rockcastle PHIL THOMPSON J JRDEADFormeC- ongressman Philip B Thompson Jr died in Washington after a brief illness Ho was elected to Congress from this district in tho early eighties and was a twin brother of John B Thompson who mode tho race for Congress in 1896 Mr Thompsons home was at Harrods burg bred tie was W years old I STANFORD has every appearance of the approach of Christmas The shot windows are beautifully dressed while the interior of the stores show a magnificent assortment of holiday good well arranged Stanford is the place to supply your wants in any and everything in tho Christmas line Come ear ly before the stocks are picked over I REV N A PAL the super intendent of tho AntiSaloon League or Kentucky was in Stanford Tuesday arranging for a field day for Lincoln county Jan 16th was the day agreed upon and on that day speakers will be furnished by the league to occupy the pulpits of the principal churches of the county either morning or night Defi nice announcements will bo made later AT a theLincoln County Medical Society held in Dr J F Pey tons office Tuesday Dr M M Phil lips was elected president and Dr T S Kennedy vicepresident Dr W F Hickle was reelected secretary and treasurer Papers wino read by Drs J G Carpenter and E J Brown and a general discussion followed About a dozen of Lincoln county a M Da were present NEW LIQUOR wUpon Jan 1st there will go into effect a new criminal code It puts a crimp in tho practice of shipping liquor C 0 D into prohi bition territory and cuts off the last source of supply which has been regarded as inviolable No railroad company or carrier says the code shall ship liquor in prohibition States to other than the bona fide consignee Violation of this section Is punishable by a fine of 5000 or two years impris onment or both Not content with this restriction of the supply the makers of tho code have set down that every package which does not bear the name of the person to whom it is shipped the kind of liquor which it contains and the quantity upon the outside may be seized and condemned t t 3j1 Useful Xmas Articles Baskets Pin Cushions Sewing Sets Calendars Hat Pin Holders Etc HANDKERCHIEFS AND TOWELS See our Initial Handkerchiefs at 7 12and 25c All Linen Handker chiefs at 5 10 15 and 25c New neat effects in Madem Handkerchief at 25c A dozen different kinds of Towels at 25c Hemstitched andjScalloped edge Finer goods at 35 50 60 75 and 81 SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY It8TANFORD illr Drolimo i TimE Pipes trial is still in progress at Hustonvllle LET White show you his line of Christmas presents I J E soldoI3 Corder of Lancaster his store at Gilbert Creek YESTERDAY was a model winter day after the snow and dark weather of Wednesday LET all patrons and friends remember the exercises to be given by the Graded School next week FROM now until 1anletI will sell my stock of buggies etc at 10 to 15 off of the regular prices E T Pence Jr THERE pedal music consist- Ing of choruses three part songs and solos at the Graded school entertain merit Dec 23 in graded school chapel Admission 25cts FRED hone bought the cleaning and pressing establishment of James Brady and will continue busi ness at tho old stand He will appre- cIate your patronage THE pupils of how primary depart ment will have their preXmas exercises in college building at two oclock Fri day afternoon All patrons and friends are cordiallyInvited Admission free I J B FOSTERS fine home came near burning Wednesday night A piece of hot coal popped out of the grate and set fire to the rug burning it The mantle was considerably burned before the fire was discovered I I IN sending money for his paper from Stroud Okla Louis Whitt formerly of the East End says Heres to Dink Farmer 1 Am so glad he was elected jailer Think I voted for him eight or nine times Despite tho dry weather Oklahoma farmers are prosperous MR DuaneaaEhas our sincere thanks for a big bucket of the best sausage mortal man ever tasted Such evidences of friendship are more greatly appreciated than is our power to tell Suffice it to say they go far toward making the burdens of life grow lighter I THERE was some confusion In the opera house on the evening of the Tem pest and Sunshine engagement occa sioned by a mixup of the reserved seats The management regrets this vary much and promises to use his best effort to prevent a repetition or It Go to see Whats and see if you dont get the seat you engaged PUBLIC SALE I Haring decided to leave the state I will on SATimiUY RKO ntmy plncey4ntfle Houtti of drab Orchard on l rub A Homeriot rondo at V oclock A M otter for ale the following Household and kitchen furnl lur farming lmplementsconelstlnq of two finders mowing mlblneI cultivators iltto harrow two horse corn planter two torso wagon three Imnulei one surrey two lets of buggy harneii I set wagon harness steel beam plow etc Two horses 1 colt 1 thorougbred Jersey cow and calf mnre and oflrishpotatoeyllintIaes All sums under 110 cash over that amount on M days time with good tank security GHAHUK 1IA11K Crab Orchard Ky OolJ P Chandler Auctioneer Condition of The firs t National Bank of Stanford Ky Dec I 1909 RESOURCES Loan i and Bond 19091459r- freroWt 13032 16- U S Bonds and Premium 51500 00 ankiog Howe and Otht Real Eitate 9496 81- Due from Bull 58580 83- Due from U S Treawier 2500 00- Calhoo Hand 2l488 47 347514 86 UAB1LJTES Capital Stock 50000 00 lurplui Fund Earned 20000 00 fodmded Profiu Net 2612 19 Circulation 49500 00 Individual Deposits 208732 97- Due to BankI 1329 70 Notet Rediscounted 15340 00 347514 66 J S HOCKER President S T HARRIS VICe President JOHN J McROBERTS Cathie H C BAUGHMAN Asst Ceihial WW SAUNDERS BodrUpo A I t L R Hughes T W Humble W O Martin I Xmas Goods Wo have a nice assortment of Christmas goods to select that present from Silk Umbrellas with gold or pearl handles prices from 350 to 10 Nice fur sets from Sfi to 825 La dies handbags from 60c to S7GO Suit cases from 8125 to 8750 Silk Waist Patterns An elegant lino of handker chiefs collars ties belt pins novelties ecarfs silk shawls Ac Also n large assortment of toys for the children ODeietingor dolls wagons figures Ac Also a lot of Chinaware confiisting of salad dishes cake plates Ac i HUGHES MARTIN G0 Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY USEFUL GIFTSr Dont for the sake of being over nico buy useless things as gifts for the HOLIDAYS They dont show up well a week after you hit yq given themOften he laughs at the gift and its giver Buy Articles of Service and Utilityfor with them alone do you do an net of good grace and only by them are you gratefully remembered See what wo have to offer then select WeE PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky M G MURPHY J W ACTON t WINTER GOODS Winter is now upon and it will pay you to look through our stock before buying Tho best pit and over combination former price 8350 now 315 A regular 83 felt and overs 275 250 for 225 A full lino of Men Ladies Misses and Boys Rubbers Mens extra Heavy double front Over alls 94c A full line of solid leather Shoes for all members of tho family Remember we carry a nice lino of Dry Goods Notions hats Caps Pants Groceries Queenswarc Hardware Etc and quote today Dec 15 subject to market fluctuations Best Patent Flour 87o for pounds 2nll patent 82c Arbuckles Coffee 15c pound Baking Powder 4c Soda 4c packet and 2 pounds of keg soda for 5cMntches 4o box fireproof standard oil 12c gallon or Indian Refining Oil at same price We still have plenty of Ohio river salt 280pound barrels at 150 Eggs 2- 8cMURPHY A ACTON The Cash Bargain Store Y Kings Mountain Ky J Bring Your Cattle and Mules to Stanf- ordHonoelleys New Stork ettYar1Sette- Are now completedand are ready for allkinds of live stock with good covered pens and plenty of feed and water First Clalre accom modations and charges reasonable Your sup port and patronage cordially solicited Phone No1 Court Day Second Monday I M BRUCE Assistant T r II =a 4f The Interior Journal Jlrakrtd in the PoetOfce c Stanford as- gprenai4aa naUtr L S N TIME TKBLEN- ollHonthllMrxNo d BouthJO 3AM No f North 4w A x No n North5 p M No 210 JJA K- NoZ9140 r M JOS S RICE Agont A S PRICESurgeon Dentist TANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building FARM FOR SALE I The farm of 140 acres of good blue gran land lying one mile North of MoKlnnoyon the Stanford pike Improvements and fendnptgood plenty of water and fruit Also 1S6 acres of timbered land one mile Injfof lloKlnney halfunderfenceplenty of water and good tobacco land See grow JlI crop J A QIVKN8 Agent McKlnneyKy fall and Winter Stock JIlnTe your meaaure taken by a tailor of ex pertenoe Then your clothe whethera low price business cult or the finest evening lothesAwIII have that Individuality and IU Indicate they were made to your measured I will also take your meas are for extra trousers fancy coAts and overcoats Fall and Intersamples on hand ready for your Inspection U0 BOPLKY The Tailor Stanford Ky CUT FLOWENS FOR SALE I I can furnish the public with the beat 81 well as too freshest of cut flowers plants of all kind bulbs potted flower on short nIUceAlso make a specialty of wreaths Jot for funeral purposes In connection with the above I have all Kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable yrlces CHIUBTMAN GREEN ROUSES KD llUBHARD PROR Stanford Ky BMuns Tobacco and Tobacco tarns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 34 OUce 93 Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedCONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of cons rung such as Block Work Pavements arid In fact we can make any thing from fJwMJle down to a fence post We can serve you promptl and Kuarantee I1r tolaas prlcelbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford K- yINSURANCa R B MAHONY Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLive Stock Health and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis count JLBeazleyCo UndcrUKers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur t uftureJMaUing8Ruge They will csoSange Furniture for i Stock1GiV8Them t ANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Vnrfertaker Embalmer and j hAler InlHarnoss Saddlery I8TANFOfltD KY I k 1 Mto Kione W aomeJPhone J j a Mrs Minnie D Bland Born March 21 1874 and died Dec 14 1909 Seventeen yeast ago May 15th last she was married to W II Bland who with one son Homer and daughter Sarah K are left with three sisters and a brother to weep but not without hope for she was ready to an swer the summons Death had no terrors for her For 16 years she had been afflicted but no one ere pressed on more bravely or bore their trials with out murmuring and always the first to say Let us go and help when sickness came to any of her neighbors and at the sick bed many have heard the pretty words songs and prayers from her lips To her all things were pure and in all of lifes work she was ready to meet anything that came with that faith In Him that never faltered Oh could the four of us who are left live the life of purity and bo as blest and as well prepared for death as she was The words she spoke were always kind and good never thinking of self but what she could do for others It was good to hear her talk add to her broth er who is in the far West sho sent words of lovo and kindness sending messages to her friends and asking all to lay aside any hard feelings or any thing that would keep them from being a Christian and to so livo this life as to meet her in heaven We have lost our darling sister She has bid us all adieu She has gone to live in heaven And to us is lost to view Oh that dear one how we loved her Oh how hard to give her up But an angel came down for her And removed her from our flock Earth has lost its look of brightness Heaven seems to us more bright Since the spirit of our dear ones Took their happy homeward flight And we long to cross that river Long to rest upon that shore There to see and know and love them r With the Savior evermore We weep for her no tenderer wife Eer made mans fireside bright No more devoted mothers love Eer kept home altar fires alight And she is with the angel host With sinless heart and stainless hand Waiting to meet the friends to come To that bright and happy laud Weep not that her toils aro over Weep not that her race is run God grant we may rest calmly When our work like hers is done Til then we yield with gladness Our sister to Him to keep And rejoico in the sweet assurance He giveth His loved ones sleep Peaceful be thy silent slumber Peaceful in thy grave so low Thou no more will join our number Thou no more our sorrows know Yet again we hopi to meet thee When the day of life is fled And in heaven with joy to greet thee There no farewell tears are shed Call not back the dear departed Anchored safe when s torms are oer On the border land we left her Soon to meet and part no more When we leave this world of changes When we leave this world of care We shall find our missing loved ones In our Fathers mansion fair Mrs Bland joined the Christian church when about 14 years old a Rush Branch After services by Rev F M Tinder she was buried in Lancas ter cemetery Wednesday afternoonSISTER FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALEA 500pound hogfat Henry Anderson Stanford Uncas Bourne sold a 710pound hog at Clarkavillo Tenn for 71 FOR SALE Pair twoycarold mules 16J hands D B Tudor Stanford FOR SALE25 650pound cattle W P Logan Stanford R F D No 1 B D Holtzclaw shipped to Cincinnati Wednesday a carload of hogs he bought at 6 to 7Jc J W Badgett Son of the West End here rented Humphrey Bros farm in Casey for next year The Burley Tobacco Society has le- the t contract for an immense steej storago warehouse ut Shelbyvillc Walter 0 Walker sold to Ben Bright a pair of fouryearold mules for 37 5 and to James E Holman a twoyear old walking maro for 150 A small red heifer dehorned came to my place about three months alto Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep J C Lynn Stan ford Two Jersey heifers cane to 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 I HAVE an eightyearold wagon team for sale Also a fiveyearold wagon horse forhaie or I will trade him for a good driving horse This horse will weigh about 1500 and a good one B D Carter A somewhat unique campaign of education is to be undertaken in Janus ary by Dr S A Knapp of the Depart ment of Agriculture in charge of the farm demonstration work in the South which will have for its object a die cussion of farm methods and policies of the various States and the means for bringing about greater agricultural prosperity Sixty young ewes for sale L P Nunnelley Stanford Robert Tarkington of Boyle sold 16 100pound hogs at 17ic S B Goode of Moreland sold his tobacco at Danvillo at 19c The Lexington Herald thinks com will go to 5 per barrel before the win ter is over L V Harkncss owner of the fa mous Walnut Hall Farm near Lexington purchased from P W Hodges of Pleasanton Cal the fast trotting stallion San Francisco 2072 for the reported price of 15000 The fast trotter will be taken to Walnut Hall Farm and placed in the stud with those two great sires Moko and Walnut Hall 2081BARCAJN35S acres of good land of which 100 acres is bottom land eight room dwelling two good stock barns now tobacco barn 30x96 ice house buggy house two corn cribs etc two good cisterns the whole farm being well watered well fenced and lays 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 Young Girls Are Victims of headache as well as older women but all get quick relief and prompt cure from Dr Kings New Life Pills the worlds best remedy for sick and nervous headaches They make pure- blood and strong nerves and build up your health Try them 25o at Pennys Drug Store Orville Phillips aged 33 diedat London of typhoid fev- erMASONS MEET Lincoln NomF AM will meet In stated communication on each first and third Monday nights ofeach month at 7U oclock In their hall on main struect Htnn ford Ky Members of sister lodges are fra ternally Invited to be present T W Ien nlngton Sec HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly CourierJournal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In tbe United States have not heard of tbe Courier Journal Democratic In all tbloc fair In all things clean in all things It Is essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to of fer the WEEKLY OODBIEBODBNAL one namedtyour com bination to unot tithe OourlerJour Bring Your I- To Printing They y rhINTERIOR JOURNALrpOffice Best e Work LowestPrices I w NOTICE 1 odnelgbborlthriftyanddress JAMcKKKKings Mountain Lincoln Co Ky Small Farm For Rent llanvllloAvenuendouthousellSonblrr0oodnknight Avenueold lIenlelllla08 HOME FOR SALE I One story rooms and nilnecessary outbuildings Lot contains am roomybarnplnoelocatdonAltlIOIVrZOtjAWHtnufordKr SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEERING surveyingandwill bo guarantees and my are ma sonablo Wrltu me at Jiotlnney or call me I JlultonTllleExcballge WALFEIl MoKINNEY NOTICE I You are hereby notlned tbat Tom Barris Who Is now conllncdIn the State penltentl ary for shooting one Klarlu Oreer will ofPrisonhueforness my hand this Noberabor K iwv TOW 1IAUHI8 Fruit And Ornamental Trees I anlOardenNo Agents H F HILLENMEYER SON- SLexington Ky FARM FOR SALE OhfRENT Oontalnt liO acres licit tobacco land In tbo county lU miles from IIlcKlono Will sell or rent UOI two dwellings one of lour rooms and the other of two room Two orchards of nearly U troea Tobacco barn cheapestfarm SnfcKlnno TRIBBLE PENCE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 138 Stanford KentucKy FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A tine blue grass fnrm for sale situated on Iko near Iulnt puvell and six milessouth of Lancaster containing suo acres well located In good neighborhood being part of tbe John Walker tract with a some flew twostory sevenroom residence thereon with all necessary outbulldlncsand runningthroullbTKKMS K cash In hand balance one and two years from day of sale tearing six per untlillaid1rlOnllooklnl place please write orsee WO WALKKII HtonforU REWARD Having suffered considerable annoyance and damage from outlaws In breaking gato latches and tearing down and destroying my gates on the county road that runs through 11 farm have concluded to user a reword for Information liadlng to the conviction of such person or person I will therefore give the sum of tie for Infor mation loading to the arrest null conviction of any party or parties that Suave broken tbe latches ou any of my gato or that have sawod down or torn down any of my gates- on the county road which runs front the Hustonvllle turnpike to the MlllwUevllle givetheto tho arrest and conviction of any party or parties who In the future commit any of above offenses AUlluaIIKI NOTICE 1 Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns in the West End In surance Agency Get your policies written rightin a good com pany by W J CAMPBELL Ilustonville Ky PAINPain In the hl8d4 anywhere has IB cause rain Uconcestloul lnlsUood presiure nothlni else usually At least so ur a hoop and to prove It he tau created a little pink tablet That tabletcalled Dr Hhoops Headache Tablet Iueaatiscn rmNgaway from delightful till tholilb safely It lurely equaizes the blood circa litlou II OU have a headache Its blood pressure If its painful periods with women same CUIIf you are sleepless restless nnrrcus WI blood oongrdonblood pressure That surely Is a Dr Ehoops Headache Tablets stop CNIralntlfor ant the tAblets simply distribute the unnatural blood pressure bruise our anger and doesnt It vet red and swell and pain your Of court It does Its con painrnhI1seU at x ousts sad Gh Dr Shoops HeadacheTablets PENNYS DRUG STORE XMAS PRESENTS Ladies Men and Boysl BoysEveryI j idea of ranking Christina gift to a man or boy to come in anti se the use ful things a man is euro to appreciateI couutrlfrom750 to 25 If its to be a Silk Scurf or Muffler we hava an unusually handsome as sortment from 50a to 300 OOc Heres n now fresh stock of Ladies and Mens Handkerchiefs from fi to 1 Then there aro lined and unlined Gloves Fur Caps andJJIfats of every gentlemensNeckwear tMHHf +ff++ SAM ROBINSON a STANFORD KYI OURChristmas Stock is Arriv 1 ing Dont fail to see our i display 1 i I W H HIGG1NS I I Stanford KentuckyI i 4 the Lincoln goiinty national Bank IOf Stanford Rcmuchy f kfSurplusS H SHANKS PRESIDENT WM BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER V4- HVYS FOSTER CLERK OlFtEOTORSl J B StanfordJohnkin TraylorGilhortaH Gumming Prcacheraville Lilburn Gooch Gilberta Creek J WINTER TOURIST TICKETS TO THe Ff SOUTH and SOUTHEAST ON SALE DAILY VA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31st 1910 For Full Psrtlculsrs tIll on or write q C KING P S T A 101 B Mla St Lexington Ky RURAL TELEPHONESMR FARMER Make your homo na modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get tho latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is comparedwith the benefits received Call or ijddrcsj our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding 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