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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): December 17, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909121701_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 17, 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. VOL. XXXVII. MIDDLEDURG. The Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1900. NEWS NOTES. Judge Saufley For Governor. preached 4 w. NO. 85. ' i'. it The man most talked of and written Hcv. A. G. Cokcr Frankfort will increase saloon liabout for Governor, is Judgo Mlcah censes from $250 to $1,000. Uaptlst church Sunday night. ajper-Stock hogs are Belling nt fahutoui Chriaman Sauftey, who has just been Gen. W, W. Dudley, of Indiana, forprlcos hero and (at ones aro simply out elected Circuit Judgo for tho second or merly commissioner of pensions, is third term In his district by tho largest dend. of the question. Tho Formers Club will meet hero majority over given a Democrat tlicro The next meeting of the Southern Saturday night for tho transaction of Wo have no Information that ho does not Educational Association will convene prefer to continue to occupy tho In Charlotte, N. C, on December Important business. Tho stock for tho Tennessee telephone bench ho to capably fills, but wo do lino from C. Hastln's store to this place know that thero is no better DemoTho 473 State banks in Kentucky has been subscribed and tho line will be crat in the Stnte or ono more qualified havu 37 capital stock and lor any position to which ho may resources and liabilities of $100,027,- put up at once. mm Herbert Ilenaon fell while playing oapiro. As an electioneer and mixer, 319 92. foot ball on the graded school grounds the Judge Is a failure, because he is Judgo R. II. Dohnney, one of the most last week and sulTcrcd a sevcro sprain not built that way, but when it comes widely known men in Southern Ken to making a speech and expounding iucky, is dead at his country home near of the left wrist. no man in Glasgow. Tho people of Yosemlto are anxious Democratic principles, that tho net of tho Legislature incor- Kentucky is his superior and few his Two women, thre children and two He is now ono of tho most men lost their lives and seven other porating that town bo repealed and will equal. ask Senator Hubble to take the matter ornato speakers wo know and his persons were seriously Inj'ired in a teneOne of our HART, SCIIAFFNKK A; MARX Suits, or Overcoats. cloquenco has won many a race and ment firo in Cincinnati. up this winter. Name the man and we will fit him. Unfortunate4 Tho Uaptlst church horo Is without a many a case in court. Gov. Wll.on granted a pardon to pastor, and a committco has been ap- ly, tho day for tho office to seek the Thomas McKlroy, of McCracken, counThere are many other things for men in a store like this; not so costlv as Xi pointed to securo the services of ono at man appears to havo passed, and, be- ty, who was sent up in 1907 to serve Judge Saufley eight years for robbery. Clothes; quite as acceptable and useful. an early date. A preacher with a small ing a modest man. may not press his claims, but if ho family Is proferred. Ferd Warner, former member of the Finn Neckwear 50c to 2.00. secures the nomination House of Delegates of Missouri, went A family of Cubans with a bear and does and Umbrellas up to 812.50. a baboon gathered a few pennies and there will not be any clement of doubt to trial a second tlmo on a chargo of nickels on tho streets hero recently. In the result. And when elected and bribery in tho Criminal Court at St. Sweater Coats 81.00 to 84.00. They were about as filthy a lot as one inaugurated, there will bo a return Louis. ever saw. but afforded some amusement 10 Democratic Ilrst principles and a Rurton C. Smith, a prominent young Suspenders 25c to 82.00. just and honest administration of tho man, committed suicide at Lebanon, for tho tlmo being by their antics. only State's atrairs follow. Silk Hose 81.50 and 82.00. Tho fact that Tenn., by shooting himself through the The cross tlo trade is about the thing doing In timber hereabout. There he has been in the penitentiary, as forehead. Despondency is supposed to Silk Sock? 81.00. are two firms buying at Yosornitc ana bad as it sounds to the present genera bo tho cnuso of the act. tion, will not hurt him with tho Six pair Hole-Proo- f A warrunt for the arrest of George P, several wogon loajla. are received there Socks 81.50. dally. Teamsters aro furnished lots of dear old fellows with whom ho "fit Sheldon, tho deposed president of the Silk Mufllers, dainty styles. In fact, they Phoenix Insuranco Company of I J rook hauling and are paid good prices per enduring tho war." would bo proud to rally to his support. lyn, was put into the hands of tho day. Patent leather Shoes to fit. Everybody is busy getting ready for He was with General Morgan in the Greenwich, Conn., police. Men's Jewelry Sets of all sorts. tho holidays, though there Is nothing Ohio State prison and fought for the Prof. C. J. Norwood, of Lexington, on tho boards aa yet In the way of en- cauio he loved as a gallant soldier all of State mine inspector, has gono to Clay, The.--e are only a few suggestions. We can not catalogue the whole stock. tertainment. Everything points to a the four long years that he was not in Wcbtiter county, to take charge of the Come in ami tee. We will help you find some useful article that your Lexington Gazette. though you confinement dry, uneventful Christmas, rcscuo work at tho Raker mine, where friend will appreciate. can not always sometimes tell what seven Negro miners aro entombed. CHURCH MATTERS. will take place In Christmas time. Rev. ilobert M. Snyder, pastor of the Rev. J. li. Kourland, of Murray, has Holiness Methodit church at Steubcn- Report of Garrard County Grand ben called to tho pastorate of the ville, Texas, was stabbed to death by Jury- James Anthony, a farmer, following a Christian church at Lawrenceburg. Tho Methodist congregation will wor dispute over some calve sold by Sny We. the undersigned members of the O ship in the liaptiit church next Sunday der. November term grand Jury, 1D09, Gar-rar- d Miss Modclln Fonville, of Louisville, circuit court, wish to muko tho morning and night. The Sunday school P9 44 - 4' 44 will meet in the Odd Fellows' building. obtained u verdict at Shcpherdsvillo following report. The Methodist church is undergoing re- against the Louisville & Nashville for Wo have carefully examined Into the $22,000 for injuries sustained in a head-o- n MATRIMONIAL. report made by M. II. Thatcher, StHte pairs collision near Lebanon Junction last Rev D. W. Robertson, presiding el Inspector, which report is now being Ed Lamb and Mrs Dessie Petrey circulated in the daily papers through- der of the Danville district, will con- Juno. were made one at Uriah Albright's on Mrs. Mary Hanna, the third richest out tho State of Kentucky, In which he duct quarterly meeting services in the 15th. The groom is n prominent Chiracs A. D. Ford, juilgo of Uarrard Stanford Dec. 28 and 129. Tho sacra woman in Cincinnati, is dead As the young farmer, while his bride is a handcounty, with certain Irregularities in his ment of tho Lord's supper will bo cele- widow of Henry Hanna, sho was left a some and popular widow. fortune of $7,000,000. Mrs. Hanna was office, and after making said examina- brated the previous Sunday, Dec. 2G. In a few hours after being granted a One daughter inherits Regular services at tho Christian 91 years old. tion, wo aro of the opinion that ho has divorce from her husband, J. Russell Afi violated no law and has only been a lit church next Sunday, Dec. 19. Sunday her estate. Menefee Ashpaw Wallace H. Hopkins, former broker, Ashpaw, Mrs. Mary school at 9:45 a. m preaching at 11 A. tle careless in his business, in which he was married to Arthur Watson, a M. and 7:15 r. M Y. P. S. C. E. at convicted of using the mails to deand he alone, is the loser. young Bourbon county farmer. was sentenced in tho Federal Ike S. Dunn. H. L. Hagan. N. T. f:30 I'. M. Morning subject wilt be fraud, At Dongola, this State, an interest We will nhow you the nicest lino of Xmis goods from all the foreign "The Mt. Olivot Message." Evening District Court in Chicago to serve four iug Grow, W E. Ruble, S. L. Rich, A. W. triple wedding took place when subject, "Worry as a Hindrance to venrs and three months in tho Federal Kavanaugh. W. It Kclley, II. K. Leo Hale, aged 43, was married to Mies pattcries ever shown here. Dinner Ware, Novelties. Brica-Bra- c aud Com T. C Rankin, John E. Ander- Service." The members of tho churc'bJ prison at Leavenworth, Kan. IS, to Mrs. Bernard McClure was badly Eva Adams, 18; Willie Hanks, . are urged to be present at tho morning Chas. Deltrich. son, O. T. Miss Dora Day, 17, and Patrick Banks, muuity Silverware, Carving Sets and other thiugs too numerous t& mention service especially, as things that vitally burned ut Cairo, Henderson county, while 20, to Miss Etta Collins, 15. Rev. R. concern tho life of a christian will be rendering lurd. Thu grease spilled on Into Exllo. Forced Come and see us ami you will agree witli us. II. Fields officiated. We hope to see n full at- tho stove, causing a blaze, which Win. Unchurch of Glen Oak, Okls., discussed. F. U. Grow, three times a widower, her clothes and the house. Her was an exllo from homo Mountain tendance also at tho Uible school, nnd and Mrs. Rellie Payne Uurdett, a widi, hair was burned from her head. air, ho thought, would cure u frlglilfu those who have been absenting Agnes Her-nn'- s An unexpected banking "melon" was ow, were marred at Mrs. back in their places. Attention cough that had defied nil Wednesday by Rev. D. M. Walreinvdicv for two yours. After six is called to the scries of sermons being sliced in Wall street when the First ker. The groom is a resident of GarHank declared an extra months ho returned, death dogging hi preached on Wednesday evenings by National rard and the bride is a daughter of D. stops. "Then I began touaoDr King's tho pastor. Tho public is cordially in dividend of 8 per cent, for the quarter, C Payne, of Crab Orchard. Now Discovery," ho writes, "and af vited to all these services. D. M. Wal- making a total disbursement of 40 per Chief of Police Zuch Lusby, of cent, in dividends for the year. tor taklnir six bottles I um as well as ker, pastor. Georgetown, and his dis'orced wife, A telegram was received from J. R. over." It saves thousand yearly Lusby, were reHaggin, tho Now York millionaire, an- Mrs. Emma Wregg IN 1910. from defciH'rato lung diseases. Infal Cincinnati after a courtship nouncing a gift of $2,000 for the Lex- married ut riUpels lible for Coughs and ColJs, it Father's in his airship. period of several ington Y. M. C. A , which is just now extending over a Honrsencs nud Sore Throat. Cures Gone to spend the day. They were as happy as any engaged in a campaign to raise $50,000, months. Hemorrhages, Asth Grlii, llroncliltls, Looking after loansVnd bonds couple who ever were united in and hopes to raise tho remainder to- bridal ma, Croup, Whooping Cough. GOc In Europe o'er tho way. the Queen City. They will return to morrow. . and tl, trial bottlo frvo, guarsnleed by Mother, who likes comfort, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Georgetown to make their home. Capt Thomas Franklin, U. S. A , Penny's Drug Store. And does not care to roam, twice commended for distinguished Don't drug the stomnch, or stimulate ORGANIZED IN 1882. Is shopping via wireless, GIFTS. service, pleaded guilty at New York to tho heart or kldnoys. That Is wrong. In Paris, at her homo. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. v a long series of petty embezzlements It Is tho weak nerves that are crying Let them bo suitable. Hrotlicr, who in deep seas, from tho moss fund of tho West Point out for help. Vltallzo these weak SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. thought. Let them express a Hub a coral grove, Cadets, and was sentenced to two years controlling nerves with Dr HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS,'$2J6,SW It is not enough to expend "so Is going In his submarine and six months in tho Federal peni- Shoop's restorutlve, and sen how N much." Among his crops to rove. tentiary. quickly good health will come to you Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety It is criminal to thoughtlessly give Uncle in the navy, Gov Wilison granted a pardon to again Test It and sec! Sold by Penlive animals. Who's left his ship a span, Depoiit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. P. Johnston, who was ny's Drug Store No living creature should bo given Is shooting through pneumatic tubes Adjt. Gen. P. S til indicted for striking Denny U. Goode, unless it is desired. To join her in Japan. A colored man died without medical Tho Governor editor of Tho Focus No living creaturo should bo gitcn attendance and the coroner went to inSister, who's u suffragette, said Gen. Johnston must pay a fino of unless the recipient will care for it. vestigate. 11ns worked reforms so raro OFFICERS. by DIRECTORS. $100 and court costs. In tho article ob Wearables should not bo selected "Did Samuel Williams live hero ?" That even tho ward meetings jected to Mr. Goode referred to Gen. K Held. fond relatives regardless of other items J. II. Uaughman, S. Ilocker, President;. he asked the weeping woman who op They open now with prayer; M D. Elmore. Johnston as "Peacock." of tho recipients' wardrobe. J. M Pettus, S. T. Harris. ened the door. And when, tired by their labors, In a word, it Is "blessed to give," F. Cummins, II. C. Haughman, President James K. Patterson's re "Yassah," she replied between sobs. John J, McRoborls, Cashier, Sho'd body rest and soul S, T. Harris, but it Is much moroa blessed to give no. C, Robinson, pignatlon as heud of Kentucky State want to see tho remains." "I Sho goes to spond her pleasuro II. C. Biughman. Assf. Cash'r W U OBannon J. S. Rocker, things that will confufrroal pleasure. University, which was tendered last A week-en"I is de remains." she answered nt tho pole. C li Tate W.W. Saunders, Bookkeeper. June, was accepted by the board of A rescuing party, headed by C. J. Detroit Free Press. trustees at their regular meoting nt proudly. InNorwood, of Lexington, State Mine A tickling or dry cough can be quickThe cleverest Imitation of realoolTeo Lexington, the resignation to take efspector, found tho bodies of seven 1 July loosened with Dr. Shoop's Cough Haker ever yet made is Dr Shoop's Health fect some tirao between Jan, and entombed in tho miners ly 1 at tho option of the board, which No opium, no chloroform, Remedy. mine of tho West Kentucky Coal Com- Coffee. It is lino In Uavor and Is means that President Patterson will nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold by pany, near Wheatcroft, and all wcro re- tnudo In Just ono mlnuto. No tedious 'JO or 30 minutes boiling. Mtdo from Btcp aside when his successor has been Penny's Drug Stow. moved from the mine. puro purched grains, malt, nuts, etc. chosen, and that this appointment will bo mado before July 1 of the coming Preventlci those Candy Cold Cure War was formerly declared upon the buiuplo free. Ponny's Drug Store. Tablets-w- ill safely and quickly check year. United States Steel Corporation by the Tho turkey pool engineered by tho all colds and tho grip. Try them onco leaders of organized labor throughout A Scoldod Boy's ihrleks Sold by Penny's and see! tho United States and Canada at tho farmers' wives and daughters, of the Ky.) conUlack's Cross Roads vicinity, in Bour horrified his grandmother, Mrs. Maria Drug Stoie. closo of a momentous bon county, resulted In the sale of 1,- - Taylor, of Nebo, Ky., who writes that, ference at Pittsburg. m Tho Burley Tobacco Society has con400 fino Christmas turkeys at an aver-ag- o when all thought he would die, Duck-Ion- 's Breathe It in, that's all. It's a joyArnica Salve wholly cured him, tracted to build a big warehouse at Alof "15c per pound to a Carlislo dealful pastime, killing catarrh germs with er. J3 Infallible for Hums, Soalds, Cuts, exander, Campbell county. Hyomci and the pocket inhaler. Corns, Wounds, Hrulscs Cures A movement is on foot to establish a pleto outfit for $1. Penny guarantees Coburn C. Kavanaugh, a former -Sores, Holts, Skin Kruptlons, hospital at Glasgow, It. Frankfort boy, has announced as a can- Chilblains, Chapped Hands. Soon t J, J. Reed, of Clinton county.kllled a didate for the Democratic nomination routs Piles. 25a at Penny's Drug Gov. Haskell, of Oklahoma, Is serihog which weighed 754 pounds. ously ill. for Governor of Arkansas, Store. tho SlO.85-1,.17- at Just at this season of the year there's many : Xtson who is wondering "what to give a man for JChristmas." !, The man can't tell you: orobablv he doesn'ttz JJknow; but the chances are that inside of two weeksSl tjafter Christmas he'll be coming in here to buySS something he wants that you could have given hirnS iifnr a nrpspnf II SUGGESTIONS FOR CHRISTMAS: -- ii :. M'44 .444 well-kno- Cummins o & Wearen, TANFORD, KENTUCKY. 4444 p.pii Xmas Goods. Lay-ton- them-selve- lung-rackin- g GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, . d H. B. NORTHCOTT, 153, Will Pay theJHighest Market Price for2iTur- keys. See him before selling. Call two-day- Stanford, Fever- , H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford! Jr Matwmt t imiK. "- - - The Interior Journal. E. IIT WEIOHBORIWO COUHTIES. atUDunn-vill- e. CaSom- a WALTON Mr. T. J. Thomas U dead W. D. Deard, an afced citizen of sey, Is dead. HON. HARVEY HELM, The. home of C. D. Moddrcll of Lincoln county. It n candidate for for Consrrii from the Klfthth dlttrlct.tuhject to the action of the demo- - erset burned. emtio Palni of iromeii, head pains, or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. 8eo full formula on 25o box. Sold by Penny's DrugSloro. - at John Hardin, formerly ofSomerset, is dead In Illinois. Mra. Edward Davis Is dead at Rich-cel- l. The president nominated Judjro Hor-- 1 Lurton, of the Sixth United , mom' after n short illness. States circuit, to be a justice of thol The aged Mr. A. D. Williams is very Yosemltc. "United States Supremo Court, Tho ap-- . " at nis ho M"- - Sallie Edwards, aged 81, Is dead polntment, regarded as the highest at the disposal of tho president, is com- in me ueiesie section oi uasey, W. N. Stokes, one of tho most prom mended, aside from from the persona ability of Judge Lurton, for the reason inent farmers of Russell county, is that it is without a political motive In dead, aged 70. A tenant house on L. C. Dunn's view, Judge Lurton being a democrat. With tho president It was a personal farm near Mt Salem burned as the rematter and regardless of tho pressure sult of a lamp explosion. Hon. Phil B. Thompson, formerly brought upon him to name a republican, he appointed his old fellow judge of tho of Harrodsburg, but now located in Sixth circuit. Judge Lurton was born Washington City, had an attack of at Newport, Ky., Feb. 26, 1844. He is hemorrhage and is in a critical conditho oldest man ever named for the Su- tion. Grant-Le- e Hall, a dormitory for boys preme court. The justice's age was used against his appointment, but the at Lincoln Memorial University, lopresident did not consider it sufficient cated at Cumberland Gap, burned Tuesto deter him from making the appoint- day. The loss is $70,000, fully covered by insurance. The flro originated on ment. tho third floor, but the cause is unCou Jack Chinn, of Mercer, says ho known. will introduce a bill making it a misA Mt. Vernon dispatch says: An undemeanor to discuss politics in a identified man broke into the jail and house of public worship. Col. Chinn says released "Happy Hooligan," a Negro, that he, and ho believes every other arrested on the charge of being a memman in the State who has the proper ber of a band of robbers which has burrespect for the sanctity of the House of glarized hundreds of stores in the mounGod, is opposed to the sacred edifices tains. Officers trailed tho band to being used for political discussions. He after the burglary of Kruger's considers prohibition and its correlative store here, from which $401) was taken, issues as purely political questions, but and "Hooligan" was the only one they instead of debating theso issues as oth- succeeded In capturing. His alleged acer public questions are debated, in the complice is supposed to have released proper places for such discussions, the him. The locks of the jail were carried or dry element, has been oil by the men. Two other prisoners, making their principal arguments from Faulkner Ross and Wm. Reece, escapthe pulpits of the churches. It is hard-l- v ed, while the other prisoners hurried to probable that Col. Chlnn's bill will notify the jailer. become a law, although it has some good features. Here and There. I anti-saloo- n, prty. (lolihlert nnd hem nl tho Lamtfrdon A Conner and Owen A lint liee itraln lor tale. G. W. Long, one of tho oldest citi- Thoroughbred bronse. large none ami iau- .mh w. r. 111111171, zens of Wolfo county, fell dead whilo linn plumage. rnone 11. 11. 1, ninniom, milking. Cadiz has called olT the local option election sho was preparing to hold. at obstruction of tho intestines, has taken I offer mr service, to tho people of Lin coln county at an auctioneer, naiisianion guaranteed. a turn for tho better. ii. w. Mcwniiinrcii, jtitirrinmi, iy, is. r. ii..iii. Sister Jane Cowan, aged 80 years, and 40 years head of tho Shaker colony TURKEYS FOR SALE 1 South Union, Is dead. The condition of King Leopold, who was operated on for the removal of an m ClMmrs fSwaofea DarM BALSAM HAIR tnoltflM Ui hall. and AAtA 1 1 Knn Mtlr tr! u yldls ltvBlt nil Ora Ptllt to Better Oejor. lit Youthful IftHlM. hair t) ftasvrisnt fTVwtfc. Auctioneer! PRESENTS y J. J. BELDEN, FORSALE1 For You to Give Kor House nnd (larrlnie ralnllnitand Trim- Locksmith. mlnir. I'swr HaniiliiK.duti Rev. David C. Hughes, father of Gov. Ing. Hhou oppotlte depot. nnd Hughes, of New York, is dead. J J. UKLpEM.Hlanhmi, Ky i y FARM FOR RENT 1 Dover Hotel, nt Urab Orchard, also ttore. Mr farm of 1.10 acres, TO of which It cleared room lust acrott ttreet. rnut nml. It for rent privately. S3 acre, are joining and n cottniie with ottlce ohlce ad o( three or towed In grass, remainder for cultivation, corn nud tobacco on tbaret. In Graded rooms, ah necenry ouinunuingt. MUH.OtMtTIHdOVKU. Hchool dlitrlct. Hat duelling of ilx rooms, Crab Orchard, Ky. two. tone chimney., two lire placet, stock tinrn nnd tobacco barn and other outbuildings. W. M. Minim Y, KlnKt Mountnln.Ky. Your Friends. . 81 00 WANTED TO RENT SMALL FARM Stockholders' Meeting meetlne of the stockholder, of the Na- tlonul tank of Hustonville will tm held nt their iHinklnit houte In Huitonvllle the tec- ond Tuetday In January. WIO, txtween Hand iza.m., lor me purpoie oi electing directors to nerve tbo entulng year. J. W. IIoCKKit.Ciitliler. A I stunt In rent a tmall farm of .10 to 1(0 acres, two or three unlet Ironi htanioni. Umbrellas I'r.'fi.r lnnii nartir in cu tivatinn and nariir In units. Hinall houte delrel Addreat Mr. Neck Tie 1. K.. care Interior Journal omce, Htanford, Ky. Siiepomleni to 810 00 Silk Miilllcri IWiiix Mulllcr 81 00 to 8!1 00 50o 25, r.Oc ami 81 Stock of Merchandise for Sale. Stockholders Meeting I desire tn sell nrlvatelr mr ttock of flrolKilnir a the ttockholdertof the Ktnt cerletand Hardware.ubout wuv.good butt lleaton nest. Will intolce 111 2oo to :j 00 Cull lIllttoDd JiOc, 25c to 81.50 83.50 812.50 85 to 812.50 Pilk Sox Silk Hixo Scurf Pius 81, 81.50 Suit C.veit - 81 to 82.50 Hand IJagi A meetlnir of National llnnk of Htanford will be held at their banking houte the second Tuetday In Janunrv. luio. for the tiurnote of electing dlreclort for tho entulng yeur. John J.MrlloHKHTH.Cathler. 50c to 83.50 Stetfon HaU 10, 25 ami 50c Coat Sweater 83.50 and 85.00 50c to 82.50 25 and 50a 81.00, 8150 health. OKO. I). HOPrr.lt. HtanfordKy. Garten Silk HanilkerehiefH Glovefl Stockholders' Meeting A meetlmr of the ttnekholdert of the Lin coln Uounty National Hank of Htanford will tw held at their banking houte the tecond Tuetday In January, ivii), for the purpoie of electing oirector.ior tne ensuing year. W.M. IlKltillT.Cathlrr. B. D. CARTER, New Liverv 25 and 50c Linen I Inmlkcrchicfn 25c to 82.00 Drees Shirts Depot Stroot, Phone 06, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. . i '! important subject for legislative enactment. Representative Murpby, of Missouri, introduced a sweeping election "corrupt practice" bill in the House which aims to compel all candidates for United States ofllces, from President down, to swear to the amount of their expenses Incurred during their candidacy. Secretary of State Knox has requested the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations to postpone the suggested investigation of the Nicaraguan situation until such time as things shall have eventuated so as to enable him to give to the committee a clear understanding of Central American affairs. The persons latest mentioned as possible candidates for the Democratic nomination for Governor of Kentucky are Hon. Allio W. Young and Judge M. C. Saufley. It has been suggested that the Democrats should have for their standard bearer in the next raco not only a clean man, but a fine speaker. The Hon. Allio W. Young is all right in many respects, but Judge M. C. Saufley, whoso homo is at Stanford, fills tho He is a clean man In bill complete. every respect and there is not a better Demo- speaker In the State.-Lon- don Mrs. W. F. Dishon sold to Gooch & G. IJ. Pni'irr, Morclaud, Ky. Beck three gobblers and four turkey hens for $24.94. She has several more Dealer In und Manufacturer of jevrsx ifenr5ijyarar,-p- ' hens for sale. o uuy jczvit- - . v Neil Andress, a planter, pleaded Marblo and Cranito Monuguilty in the United States Court at A'-'Mf-i KENIUCKY'S 1909 tobacco crop is es Mobile, Ala., to the charge of conspirmacs anu Marker! and l'oitt. Cemetery and Lawn timated by Louisville bankers at 400,' acy to commit peonage, and was fined Vase, and Hetteet. Office and works, Mc Wool Kinney, Ky. 000,000 pounds, including both the bur $75. F ttbtrt, TtJlow, Biinu, Clarwefi ley crop and the dark grades which will Mrs. Caroline W. Martin, the Colc'to SeaMYcDowRart), Mty Al Wild Glnitr, etc W. tra dtlti bring approximately $35,000,000 of this mother of Mrs. Ocey Snead, the utJvJ ia 1856 "Orr tuHtoatiuyla amount. It is estimated about 200,000, East Orange bathtub victim, was arLfBnm0c'aM an do better lot you thsa burley crop, of rested in New York on a charge of 000 is included in the tsr.ts o camamMoa orfditau. IMrmwr. which between 55 and 60 per cent, is murder. or Duk in LoiiinSr. Wrix Itr wcclly J. L. Elkin, Pror., tmct tilt tod sis rn Uu controlled by the Burley Tobacco Socie P. C. Webber, of the McKinney secMt Sabol& Sons, ty-tion, sold his tobacco oil of four acres DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. 10U!SVIUX. XV 229 C. Market St. of knob land for $540. He sold it to During the year 1908, 9,390 saloons Thomas, of Shelby, at 15c. It was a were closed in the United States, or fine crop. 30 for each day. So far in 1909, the It was reported in financial circles in Large, nlry outside rooms. Commercial average has been 40 per day. travelert New York that when President Mur or month. n tpeclalty. Kpeclal aratet by week The nronrletor It former Lin ray, or the Baltimore and Uhio rail- coln county man and hit frlendt should re- - An nnllnnnee forblddlmr obstruction! of Iris estimated that on the continent road, retires he will be succeeded by member mm wnen slopping in uit town. public ttreett and dexltlng tilth or lefute f Africa alone, 4,000,000 people are thereon nnd llxlng penalties. The city louncll of tLv city of Htanford do killed every year in tho endeavor to dis- Daniel Willard, one of the vice presi ordain a. follow 1: dents of the Chicago, Burlington and 1. It .hull be unlawful for any person, cover witches. Tbc Remedy 3rni or csrporsl!?i t" pince. tluolt. throw Quincy. oriaUM) to he placet. uepositeti or tnrown that Always Cores upon nnr street, alley. tiuewaiK,or upon or The largest Christmas mail ever POLITICAL. ib molt honest tnd ZlltO li recotnixed Into any nutter within the town of Htunlord, brought to America by a any obstruction 01 anvKimi, or any puper, occtidal ac dt clot la tht world bill for Mr. Edwards has introduced a triinh.a.he..refuiu.or filth of uny kind or steamer in fact, the largest mail that to cause or .uller to be emptied upouor Into the construction of a public bjilding at ever crossed tho Atlantic arrived in any street, sidewalk. or sutterthe water or Middlesboro. refuse from any closet, .Ink or Ixith room. New York in the White Star liner 3. It .hall lw unlawful for any merchant. After perfunctory sessions of both Oceanic. or other iiertou. firm, or coriioratlou, to .weep.ca.t, tnrow, or cause or tuner to oe Houses the Illinois General Assembly The American Sheet and Tin Plate wept, ca.t.or thrown from any store, ware Intuntlf tcIIcTff tod pothtrclr tad pcrmi house, or other building In hl.chariieorun- adjourned until Jan. 4. ncBtly cirri Ecxcm and all luMaj Mia Co., a subsidiary of the United States derhlt control In Htanford. upon or Into a bo'lle toJir. Alt Dracslata. tfiMuca. Ct The Esch bill, requiring railroad com Steel Corporation, will Btart at once any ttreet, tldewalL, or nutter, any paper, Writ lor ttUBBlt, refute of any kind, or any trash or tilth. ne. Danies to report all accidents to tho the building of a largo sheet and tin E.W.KeuMeoldMC. 3. violator. 01 tuit oruinauce snail Interstate Commerce Commission, pass- plate plant at Gary, Ind., at a cost of culltrof n mltdemennor. and shall, upon Si.Uali.IU. coin ictlon, he lined In any mm not lett than ed the House. tor $4,500,000. ft 4nor more man iiuu any eacn ouenie. Kachday that obstruction, tilth. Representative Gardner, of Massaretrath, refute, or other tulMtance thallgutThree passenger coaches nnd two main upon or In tho ttreet, aldewalk, or chusetts, in an interview practically an- sleeping cars on the main line of tho ter, .hall constitute, a separate olfense, and nounced the abandonment of any fur- Southern railway were derailed It .ball Leuepariiteon"ene each day that at any clotet, luth room, or sink, It emptltd ther effort during this Congress for a Brown's Summit, 11 miles north of on uny sidewalk or ttreet, or In any gutter. 5. The loreicointj .ection snail not ie con change in the rules or Speakership. Greensboro, N. C, and went over an strued so us to forbid tho punishment of uny Ingle net forbidden by this ordinance. Gov. Deneen in a message to the spe- embankment. Fourteen passengers 0. vueciivu If you want to catch big fish, you from tuit oruinuncu suau uecomu one Issue and after it. publication In cial session of the Illinois Legislature were killed. of the iNTrmoR Jouhmai., In which the have to go v. hero hig fish lire, ami if derl. will cause It to bo prluteu. laid particular stress upon necessity for A. II. KI.OIIKNUK, Mayor. a new primary election law, as the most HUSTONVILLE. you are hunting for fiuo Groceries, I,.Il.I(U(lIIKH,(Jlerk. Dedication of the new Capitol building will not bo held until after the 24th or next May, owing to tbo lack oi 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. ihis announcement was made at the conclusion of a session of the Capitol Commission in the govern or's office Tuesday. Z. P. Smith sold his tobacco off of 2 Moroland, Kentucky, A meeting of the stockholder! of the Crab Crab Orchard, will acres of land for $522.04. Orchard Hanking Co-be held at their banking bouse the llrtt Judge Lea, at Little Rock. Ark., Monday In Jannary, 1MO, for the purpoie of New Fall Line Millinery now in. sentenced W. Y. Ellis, of Indianapolis, electing director for the ensuing year. J. C'.Hailkv, Cashier. Also iew Furniture coming in al to serve three years in the penltcntia- most daily. of Stockholders' Meeting C. B. FRUITT. These are Selected Especial- - .. ly for Xmas Presents. ry- - Harry Jacobs, ments, FURS S7Z"Z& - H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. long-soug- ht CLEMENS HOTEL '3S33Q3QS3Sg3SS33S0 G. L. Penny It. II. Colley K. It. Colemnu AN ORDINANCE. Vinolf 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, Sold under a Guarantee at L. ir trans-Atlant- ZEM0 n Just The Thing. r PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. erat. J Red Cross stamps for sale at Adams' Bros., drug store. Help a good causo by buying some. You have to go where they aro found. We, whoso name, appear below, .trlctly forbid bunting, n.hlng or any kind of We have an line of Xmas on our placet nnd will protecute viSo como to crash, wrapping paper and notions, olator, to the full extent of the law. ills. Mattle Hewe., Kelcbenbaen Urot. new line of ladies' skirts and tailored A. T. Travlor. Kred llauinann, N.1I. I'luiiimer, waists, all linen. Closing out Winter iiiiuurniioocu, It. U. Nunnelley. Will Hester, Who Has Them. millinery at rock bottom prices. Have J. W. llaughman. J. W. I'eck. David Htereut, J.E.llruce, moved to office rooms of Newton buildJounOumenltcb. Wm.Oordler. HanTraylor. M. U. Klmore, ing. Call and see us before you buy. Kred HauUorf, (lottlbOUsk. Miss Cora Lipps & Sister, Hustonville. J, J, Thompson, Mr. D. M. Anderson. and Mr.. Jat. II. Kadi j. r. Aioter, Mr.. N.J. Horton itionta Mr.. Oeo. Ixgan J.J.KIIiott. Kills Her Foe or 20 Years. W. 11. liaughcrty, Frank Coruler, "The most merciless enemy I had Iir. tl, Q. J'erry, llev. Father Ijeo, H. II, lUUKluuun, for 20 years,1' declares Mrs. James Uriah Albright A. 1'. tiooi, Mr.. Marguret tJoocb, Jacob (lander Duncan, of Haynesville, Mo., "wis W. ll.Traylor ueo. t). invent, Dyspepsia. I suffered intensely after Ham Itoliertt. jonn juier, Amend Hchaefer, M.J. Hofmaun, eating or drinking and could scarcely A. H. Mntheny K.T. Iliuiley Mr., J. 11. Owsley, li.r1. darner, sleep. After many remedies had failM, J. Morgan, II. Ij. Kagitley, ed and several doctors gave mo up, I H.T. Ilarrli, II.U. Walklnt, HuuUluv. It. H.Orow. J.U. tried like trio Hitters, which cured mo V. K.MoOlure, Mr.. Nannie II, Oooil, Anton Itouecker, Anderson Oarr. completely. Now I can eat anything. W. M. lllthon. Krid Vnudruenlguli I am 70 years old and am overjoyed to T. lu llaughman, Mr.. Kate Adur Mrt, HeUccu It. Carpenter Mo (lluta, get my health und strength back M K. Ijiw rence, vr. nopaiz, John H. ll.Hevler., ugaln." For Indigestion, Loss of Ap(Ihrlttlaii Jacob, Tom Kerrllf, petite, Kidney Trouble, Lumo Hack, W. W. rtttnan, Krel I'uyk. Alex t'ooer. J.NevluUarter, FtiTialo Complaints, It's uncqualed. Mr.. W. (I. Welch, H. II. Denliiim. W. Il.tlooch, II.U. Andertou, Only 60o ut Penny's Drug Store. (luadeltil. T. A. ltlce, Iteuben Uurtlt, Uhrli Uumenltob, Tlntley Hpoouauibru Janie. Mnilth, Arrangements aro being perfected by A. IUurter, 1. W. Carter. the Pacific Aero Club for an invitation II. W. tlalne. W. r.tlrliuei, up-to-d- ate W, M.Kleldt' J.Ij. Ilolticlaw, meet In San Francisco the last week la It. K. Maine., Mr.. Mattle White, Mia. Mary IVpplM, W. U. Kwton. January or the first week in February. Fruits, Nuts & Candies, W. W. WHITE, Oklahoma's,Land Sale One million mx hundred thousand acres of valuable farm and grazing land belonging to the State of Oklahoma, will be divided into farms of one hundred and sixty ncrea 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 $34.00 per acre. The average appraised value of the grazing land Is about $2.50 per acre. I POSTED. te trea-passi- Dinwiddie & j, Reduced Railroad Fares Via THE HENDERSON RdUTE to all points in Oklahoma Tickets on sale the first and third Tuesdays in each month and bear final return limit of twenty-fiv- e days from date of sale. Diverse routes arc iermittcd 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. For Co., Hustonville, Ky., le, Regarding the price and the diverse route arrangement of the railroad tickets, also the terms of purchase, payment and full description of the farm lands, K. F. PENN, Full Information T. P. A of goods. Undertakers and Embalmers. We car ry an line Write J. or "The Henderson Route" I.ouisvji.i.B, Ky. P. CARDNER. G. P. A. dJ ! Jam. Me.ttr, i , 3 The -- Big' Sale Is On. to got good Useful Xmas Articles. Hnskcts, Pin Cushions, Sewing Sets, Calendars, lint iin Holders, Ktc ' iC .: Don't fail to take advantage of this opportunity goods nt asonablc HANDKERCHIEFS AND TOWELS. Sco our Initial Hnndkcrchicfs : cut price Suits, Clonks, Skirts, Cap, Undcrwcnr, Itcinnunt. Some splendid vnlues in extra large, Ulnck Cloaks. nt $1.85 for choice; 250 yard 15c, Sec our rack of Cloaks chiefs nt C, 10, 15 and 25c, at 7, 12J and 2."c. All Linen HandkerNew neat ofl'ccts in Madcm Handkerchief nt Hemstitched and Scallnpeil at Gflc. Clood thing .18c. (or Comforts, Men's 50o Underwear Flnnnclclto and Fierce Down, woith 12J and 25c. Kimonns, Ktc. Calicoes, 4?c. A dozen different kinds of Towels nt 25c. edge. Finer goods at 35, 50, 00, 75 and 81. SEVERANCE . & SON, STANFORD KY. L. II. Hughes T. W. Humblo W. O. Martin show you his line of i The Interior Journal. Ky., Cotton Mill. Seed Meal at Baughman's & Gold medal flour at George D, The Pipes trial Is still in progress at Hustonvllle. Bargains i in furs nt Sevcranco For nico holiday presents go to Mue- Let White - Dix. 17, 1900 Son's. Watch for that 10c counter, Dec. 20 ller's jewelry store. Christmas presents. Fan-is"- . Some (jrent bara;aln In box paper nro nt new bclne closed out to mnko room for Next month is Xmas; see tho lino of stock at Penny's Drue; Store. Mueller, tho jeweler. W. II. Women and chlldrcns' coats at cut PERSONALS. prices at Sevcranco & Son's. Mrs. It. G. Joneh remains III. It. C. Enuleman U somo better. Mr. For presents that aro beautiful and Mb. 1. I. Nunnblley continues very lasting, go to W. II. Muollcr. ill. Grover Wilkinson terday. Hon. J. Is back from Ca- sey. W. S. EwnRY went to Lexington yes- M. Alverson was In Louls-vIIIWednesday. lr vou aro lookinir for fresh oysters Is and celery go to J. D. Horton's restau IJoiion, of Hustonvllle, Dr. J. T. Men's nnd hoys' gloves at cut prices to close out. Severance & Son. Read Murphy & Acton's "ad" this issue. They givo somo stnrtling prices. - 9m ' with friends here. Mrs. Lizzie Diluon went to Lancaster Wednesday. Mrs. Dink Wilkinson, of Liberty, visited relatives here. Erii Murphy, of VauRhn, N. M., Is with his parents hero. Mr. R. M. Newland is In the Mountains workloK Insurance. Mr. W. A. Brooks, of Crab Orchard, was the Rueat of Mr. C. E. Talc. Mrs. E, T. Carter and son, of Ev- ansvllle. Ind., are with her mother, Mrs. Julia Hughes. Miss Sadie Uauoiiman. of Huston-1'eacliville. is the cuist of Misses and Elitabeth HsuRhman. Messrs. M. D. Hughes and G. II. ie rant. mm "What's Next?" at Walton's era House now. A Op- Get your tickets New line of fancy ginghams, calicoes J. E. Buck has sold to B. E. Corder, etc., at White's store. of Lancaster, his store at Gilberts Creek. Genuine Kanawha salt. The best for curing meat. J. II. Baughman & Co. Yesterday was a model winter day, after the snow and dark weather of When at Dnnvlllocourt Monday, get Wednesday. a good dinner nt the Clemens House. mi mi Let all patrons nnd friends remember If words fail, send a box of Dolly the exercises to be given by the Graded Vardcn chocolates. Shugars & Tan- School next week. ner. From now until Jan. 1st I will sell For all kinds of fruits, candies and my stock of buggies, etc., at $10 to $15 go to tho restaurant; cheapest and nuts off of the regular prices. E. T. Pence, best. Jr. For Christmas candies, fruits and There will bo special music consistnuts, cheapest and best, at J. D. Horing of choruses, three part songs and ton's. solos, at the Graded school entertainFor Rent. Splendid living rooms at ment Dec. 23 in graded school chapel. college on Main Street sec. II. J. Admission 25cts. m Xmas Goods Wc have a nice assortment of Christmas goods to select that present from. Silk Umbrellas, with gold or pearl handle, prices from ?o.50 to $10. Nice fur sets from 80 to 825. Ladies' handbags, from 50c to 87.50. Suit cases from 81.25 to 87.50. Silk "Waist Patterns. An elegant lino of handkerchiefs, collars, ties, belt pins, novelties, scarfs, silk shawls, Ac. Also a large assortment of toys for the children, consisting of dolls, wagons, figures, A'c. Also a lot of Chinaware, consisting of salad dishes, cake plates, Ac. Swinebroad, tho.hustlinjc insurance men of Uncaster. were hero yesterday. Rev. and Mrs. Homer Carpenter aro up from Shetbyvllle with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Carpenter. Kansas, to spend Christmas with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Carter. Brad-docMiss Mary C. Enoleman, of of the late But-le- r N. D., dauRhtcr EnRleman, is visitinR rclatlvea in Garrard county. Mr. W. W. l'EAVYiioUSE.oftheWest Hill Cartkr is hero from Hooker, End, has secured n Rood position at Holdcn, W. Va , and orders the I. J. sent him there. of Decatur, Mr. Bryan Cari-enteAla., spent several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Carpenter, in the West End. Willie Somen, of I.oulsville, Rrand-so- n of Col. W. II. Dudderar, has Rono to Jersey City. N. J., to takocharRo ticket clfl" of a bij: Eastern railroad. W. J. Brown Is to leave Jan. 1st for California, where he and his estimable family will mako their future home. Somerset Journal. Dr. M. M. Phillips went up to London 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 city uarvie-land-sin conducting the assista Frankfort District meeting of tho Home Mission Society. Mr. F. KrUECER is at homo at MU rheumatism. Vernon, suffering from Mr. W. II. Krueger. who has been looking after the building of tho courthouse, went to Springlield Wednesday. makinc-preparations he Wo-ma- LOCALS. Look at White's dolls. FarrIB' for fruits, candles and nuts. For those ' Xmas presents ro to Far- stock-Ing- s. Let White A fill those Christmas few more guns left at White's W. ') Dec. ' i Doors open at 6 r. u. In town on tlmo assurred. . Goods delivered anywhere short notice. W. W. White. ' New Safe. Tho First National Rank installed a now safe, which ANICElaprobo will make a .good has iustmarvol It is tho of safety. looks a Xmas present. J. C. McClsry. latest patent Mnganeso steel safe, Another hipmeut of Rochester snhcrical and scrow door. It has three tuno locks, thus insuring no troublo waro received. W. II. Higgins. ... . , about getting It open. Drop in tho Another shipment of shoes at bank and see It. Whites'. Everyone can got a fit. TllK capacity of Walton's Opera WITH each 25c cash purchase you get will likely bo taxed again to $10 doll in our IIouso a chanco on the beautiful night, when "What's Next ?" will bo show window and which we will give presented by local talent under tho away. Shugara & Tanner. management of that talented young i woman, Miss Bortha Jackson. If you V hat promises to bo tho best entertainment yet given by the pupils of havn't gotten your reserved seat tickStanford Graded School will be- givea et you had better do so at once or you Thursday evening Dec. 23rd. Admis- might havo to standjup and witness the performance. sion 3cU. ' - tore. New UuBgalo for aale or rent. U. O'Bannon, Stanford. Fred Garnett has bought the cleanFire Crackers For Sale. I have ing and pressing establishment of nox of cigars will make a nice on hand a big stock of firecrackers for James Brady and will continue busiXmas present. Get one of Shugara & the holidays. M. O. Bastln, Rowland, ness at tho old stand. He will appreTanner. Ky. m m ciate your patronage. . Give handkerchiefs. See our line. U Holcomde was appointWilliam The pupils of tho primary departElegant line of fine linen goods. Sev- ed postmaster at Bryantsville, Garment will havo their exercises erance & Son. rard county, and Rojc Chandler at Bro- - in college building at two o'clock Friday afternoon. All patrons and friends Reserved scats for What's Next mo, Rockcastle county now on sale at Shugars & Tanner's with me before buying a type- aro cordially'Invited. Admission free. Talk store. Price, GOc. writer, and see sample at my homo. T. J. B. Foster's fine homo camo near Don't let tho new year catch you A. Brackett, local agent for Standard burning Wednesday night. A piece of owing for your home paper. Pay now Typewriter Exchange, New York. hot coal popped out of the Rrate and and avoid such a calamity. THE Ladies Aid Society of tho Bap- set fire to tho rug, burning it. The mantle was considerably burned before It. G. Jones bought of Henry C. An- tist church will hold an exchange and tho firo was discovered. store-rooon Depot street bazaar, in the iwstoflice on Wednesday, derson the Dec. 22. Fancy articles and black cake occupied by J. W. Acey. for $1KX). In sending money for his paper from a specialty. Help them in their good Stroud, Okla., Louis Whitt, formerly any kind work. I WILL tako your orders for of tho East End, says: "Here's to ... of cake you want for Christmas. BakMaret. Mr. Alvah Maret, tho agd Dink Farmer Am so glad he was ed at tho restaurant. J. D. Horton. 2U father of Mrs. Henry Catron, of tho elected jailer. Think I voted for him Wanted, to buy a good Lincoln coun- East End, died at his homo near Mt. eight or nine times. Despite tho dry Vernon, after a protracted illness. He weather Oklahoma farmers are prosty farm of tho valuo of $20,000 to Address Lock Box 204, Stanford, is survived by his wifo and following perous." daughters: Mcsdames Jones Fish, WilKy. Mr. Sam K. Dudderar has our sinliam Jones, Jones Hiatt and Henry had best see about your coal You cere thanks for a big bucket of the Deceased was one of the best supply beforo bad weather. If you Catron. best sausage mortal man ever tasted. in Rockcastle. want tho very best buy Fox Ridge. J. known men Such evidences of friendship aro more II. Baughman & Co. Phil Thompson, Jr., Dead. Former greatly appreciated than is our power Congressman Philip B. Thompson, Jr , to tell. Suffice it to say they go far Six cars of a freight train jumped tho toward making the burdens of life grow Tuesday night but died in Washington after a brief illness. track near Pine Hill Ho was elected to Congress from this lighter. Tho wreckage nobody was hurt. district in tho early eighties and was a amounted to very little. There was some confusion in the optwin brother of John B.Thompson, who era house on tho evening of the TemTo all parlies holding treasurer claims mado tho raco for Congress in 1890. pest and Sunshine engagement occaof the reserved come in and get your tax receipt. Mr. Thompson's home was at Harrods-bur- sioned by a mix-uscats. The manuif ment reercts this and he- - v.'ii C4 years old. Your treasurer claims will now be paid very much and promises to use his best in full. T. J. Hill. Sheriff. to prevent a repetition ot it. uo .... m Stanford has every oppearanco of ctlorts "What's Next" to night nnd see to aeo J. M. Lair, of Brodhead, was down tho approach of Christmas. Tho show if you don't get the seat you engaged. Wednesday and bought a lot each of M. windows are beautifully dressed, while D. Elmoro and Steve Rice at Rowland. tho interior of tho stores show a mag! He will build a home for his daughter, nificent, assortment of holiday goods Mrs. Ollio Pritchard. well arranged. Stanford is tho place to supply your wants in any and everyIIhvIiik decided to lene tlie state. I will OUR customers have requested us to Como ear- on HATIUWAY, DKO. IH.I109, add a 10c and!25c counter to our Christ- thing in tho Christmas line. nt my nlnre Vinillo Hutith of t'rnb Ore lift rd Wo havo dono so, ly beforo tho stocks arc picked over. mas attraction. on Crab Oreimril A Homemet nuul. nt o'clock A. ., oiler for iiiie me. following many articles worth double the money property: Household ami kitchen furniRev. N. A. Palmer, the now super- ture., in each assortment. Severance & Son. fnnnluK Implement!. comltllng of two League of tilmU'ra, mowlnn nihrtilne, 'J cultivator!, intendent of tho corn planter, illio barrow, The "drys" will contest tho whisky Kentucky, was In Stnnford Tuesday ar- borso uncoil, three liUBKIei. one mrrey. two two l net wugon on Dec. 7 and ranging for a "field day" for Lincoln iet of buggy Imriiex, Two boraei, lmrne,l election held at Somerset 1 colt, teel Ix'ftln plow, etc. was the day agreed thorouclirvd Jemev cow nnd calf, ntnro unit "it may bo for years and it may bo for- county. Jan. lGth 4 yenrllnif cuttle, S3 M ever," beforo saloons aro opened there. upon and on that day speakers will bo colt, uuytD uu!ueuoi j runbarrel! corn. pointovi,! ihiick Iilnrksmltli ihop. nru not furnished by the league to occupy the Allnuiu, Tho grounds of tho contest amount under llOciuh, over pulpits of tho principal churches of tho onVOduys time ltu good tank that kecurlty. given. . GIIAHLIK HAllN.OrunOrchurd, Ky. county either morning or night. DefiThe Goshen school, taught by Miss nite announcements will bo mado later. Uol.J. P. Chandler, Auctioneer. Hetty Gilmorc, was the lucky one tore- Condition of The ceivo the third prize a nico globe giv At a meeting of tho Lincoln County en by tho Kentucky Children's Home Medical Society held in Dr. J. F. PeySociety. Their letter containing the ton's office Tuesday, Dr. M. M. Philsplendid contribution was the first let lips was elected president and Dr. T. S. Kennedy, Dr. W. F. ter opened. ol Stanford, Ky Dec. I, 1909. secretary and Hickle was Oyster Supper. Tho Modern Broth' treasurer. Papers wero read by Drs. crhood of America will have an oyster RESOURCES: J. G. Carpenter and E J. Drown and a supper at their lodge room over Mr. general discussion followed. About a $190.914 59 Lotm ind Bond. Rowland, for tho ben NaDler's atoro at dozen of Lincoln county a M. D.'s were Ovaditfu 13.032 16 efit of their lodgo on Saturday night. 51,500 00 present. U. S. Bondi and Piemiun 18. Everybody Invited and a good m ' m pre-Xm- HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. ... 1 USEFUL GIFTS. Don't for the sake of being over nice buy useless things as gifta for tho HOLIDAYS. them. Often ho laughs at the gift and its giver. Iluy Articles of Service and Utility See what wc have to oiler, then select. for with them alono do you do $30.-00- 0. They don't "show up" well a week after you have, givca aa act of good grace and only by them aro you gratefully remembered. K p m W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. M. G. PUBLIC SALE MURI'IIY. J. W. ACTON. ... V Anti-Saloo- n 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 prico 83.50, now 83.15. A regular 8!J felt and overs S2.75, 82.50 for 82.25. A full liuo of Mens; Ladies', Misses nnd Boys' Hubbers. Men's extra Heavy doublo front Overalls, 94c. A full lino of solid leather Shoes for all members of tho family. Remember wo carry a nico lino of Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Cajw, Pants, Groceries, Quccnsware, Hardware, Etc.. nnd quote today, Dec. 15, subject to market fluctuations: licet Patent Flour 87o for 2 1 pounds; 2nd patent, 82c. Arbuckles' Codec 15c pound; Baking Powder 4c; Soda 4c packet ami 2 pounds of keg soda for 5c;Matches 4c box; fireproof standard oil 12c gallon or Indian Refining Oil at same price. Wo still havo plenty of Ohio river barrels, at 81.50. Eggs, 28c. salt, 280-poun- d two-hom- o 1 ur!i-cla- i! First National Bank MURPHY ft ACTON, Tho Cash Bargain Store, Kings Mountain Ky. Bring Your Cattlo and Mules to Stanford. Banking House and Othct Real EUI New Liquor Law. Upon Jan. 1st Due from Bank. there will go into effect a new criminal Due ftora U. S. Treauucr code. It puts a crimp In the practice Ca.h oo Hand of shipping liquor C O. D. Into prohi- 9,498 56.560 2.500 21,468 61 63 00 47 bition torritory and cuts off the last sourco of supply, which has been re"No railroad garded as inviolable. company or carrier," says tho codo, "shall ship liquor in prohibition States to other than the bona lido consignee." Violation of this section is punishable by a fino of $5,000 or two years imprisonment or both. Not content with this restriction of the supply, the makers of the code havo set down that every package which does not bear tho name of tho person to whom It is shipped, tho kind of liquor which it contains and the quantity upon the outside, may bo seized and condemned. $347,514 66 UABIUTCS: Capital Slock Surplui Fund Earned Undivided ProKl.-- Nrt Cucutalion $50,000 20,000 2,612 49,500 00 00 19 Nunnelley's New stock ....Yards.... 00 Individual Deposits Due to Banki Notei RcdiKounled 208,732 97 1,329 70 15,340 00 $347.5 1 466 J. S. HOCKER. 1'ic.aJmi; S. T. HARRIS. Vke I'.euJenl; JOHN J. McROBERTS. Chw; H. C BAUGHMAN. Aut Cadmr,' W. W. SAUNDERS, BoA-Kpr, Sl5 Aro now completed nnd aro ready for nil kinds of livo stock, with good covered pens and accomplenty of feed ami water. Firbt-clart modations and charges reasonable. Your aud patrouago cordially solicited. I'houo No. 1. Court Day, Second Monday. sup-jKi- t I. M. BRUCE. Assistant. M&riSMMMdfeMi jyiil I Hl l.l.lJi;'l fOWX V- - The Interior Journal. Pott-Offi- Mrs. Minnie D. Bland. 14, 1909. JhHtrtdinthe tttend-cla- n tnattn. Horn March 21. 1874, and died Dee. Seventeen yearn ago May at Stanford at 15th, last, she was married to W. H. Illand, who, with one son, Homer, and jj'oil daughter, Sarah K., ore left with three sisters and a brother to weep, but not without hope, for sho was ready to an- ter Is over. No.ll.Hoath.lIssir.. Mrs, Nora (loodknlghfs farm on lianvllle swer the summons. Death had no ter No. w, Hauth,iaiU a m. L. V. Harkness, owner of tho fa No. M. North, io " graded rors for her. For 16 years sho had been mous Walnut Hall Farm, near Lexing- Avenue for rout for Ivio.near large school ; unfailing cistern and pondj No. it. North. 5:15 P. M. lrii and No.TT.IOiMa. M. afflicted but no ono ero pressed on moro ton, purchased from P. W. Hodges, of good house and nuthouses Hen Mrs. (lood knight at her town home on Ijtncniter No.S.JMOr. M. bravely or boro their trials with, Pleasanton, Cal , tho fast trotting Au-nuold Kernel place JOS. 8. RICE, Agont. out murmuring and always tho first to stallion San Francisco (2:07) for tho Tho fast say, "Let us go and help" when sick- renorted nrlco of $15,000. HOME FOR ness came to any of her hcighbors, nnd trotter will be taken to Walnut Hall Our storo is full of useful presents for Lntlie, Gentlemen nnd Hoys. at the sick bed many have heard the Farm and placed In the stud with those One story cottage of eight rooms and all Every t'.apnrtmeiit is now nt its best and wo want every one who lin any pretty words, songs and prayers from two great sires, Moko and Walnut Hall ecessary outbuildings. Lot contains nun Surgeon Dontlst, acre, divided Into cow lot oil which Is roomy idea of making n Christina gift to n man or hoy to come In anil ec tho useher lips. To her all things were pure (2:081). barn, house, etc. timid STAMFORD, - KENTUCKY. and in all of life's work sho was ready Bargain. 354 acres of good land, of gardenbuggy This Is a corn orlb.place, locat- ful things n man Is euro to appreciate. spot. desirable to meet anything that came, with that which 100 acres is bottom land, eight-roo- ed on corner of Whitley and Miller streets. If it's to Iks n Suit or Overcoat wo liavo the bet make In tho country A. it, H01.T7.0l.AW, Stanford, Ky.i OSoo ovor McRobcrte' Drug Store in faith In Him that never faltered. Oh, dwelling, two good stock barns, from tlio Owsley Building. could tho four of us who are left, live now tobacco barn, 3Gx9C, Ice house, SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGIthe life of purity and bo as blest and buggy house, two corn cribs, otc, two I FOR NEERING. death as sho was. good cisterns, tho wholo farm being FARM as well prepared for of 140 mere, of Rood blue grass Tho words she spoke were always kind well watered, well fenced and lavs The farm land. Irlne one mile North of McKlnncy.on and irood. never thinking of self, but well. Will sell as a wholo or cut 200 I am prepared todo all kinds of sun eying arm the Htanford pike, Improvement! frilll. hnHn'nAl nlnnlv nf water ami mllo what she could do for others. It was acres with Improvements, to suit pur and clll emilneerlnir nronmtlv. Mv work will bo guaranteed and mr prices are rea Alio lSi Mm of timbered land one sonaoln. Write meat McKlnner or call me Xnst'ot MoKlnneyjlinlf under fence; plenty good to hear her talk arid to her broth- chaser, which Includes 100 acres as fine over the telephone through the lluitonrllle If it's to he u Silk Scarf or Mulller wo hava un unusually lmndome of water and good tobacco land, nee Brow er, who is In the far West, sho sent bottom land as there is in the county. Exchange. , m.. J.A.aiVKNH.ARent. y from 50o to $3.00. WALrKUMcKINNKY, sending This is a bargain. See L. R. Hughes, McKlnney.Ky. words of lovo and kindness, Hero's n now fresh stock of Ladies' nnd Men's Handkerchief from fi to messages to her friends and asking all Ky. f)0c. Winter Stock, to lay aside any hard feelings or any- Stanford, Fall Young1 Girls Aro Victims. exThen there arc lined and unlined Gloves, Fur Cap nndJJHnts of every Hare your measure taken by a tailor of low thing that would keep them from being You are hereby notified that Tom Harris, perience. Then your clothes, whethern and to so live this life as to of headache, as well as older women, lud. Hosiery, Sunpeudert) and tho most beautiful collection of gentlemen' who Is now confined In the Htnte iienlteiitl price business lult or the flneit evening a christian KlaTlus Oreer, will lothrsAwlll have that Individuality and fit meet her in heaven. but all get quick relief and prompt ary for shooting one me which plainly lmlleato they were made to mate uoarn oi Neckwear ever shown here. All in liandsomo boxes. euro from Dr. King's New Life Pills, mate application to at Krankfort, Ky., your measure? I will alio take your meat-ar- e We have lost our darling stster, l'rlsnn 'ommlssloners top the'thday of liecemlier, WW, for extra trousers, fancy She has bid us all adieu; tho world's best remedy for sick and on Tuesday, rrom snia renilenuary, Wit ror a roaU' and overcoats. Kail and Winter atopies on hand ready for your Inspection. She has gone to live in heaven, nervous headaches. They mako pure ness my hand this Nnleiuler HI. HAHKIH. TOM It.O. ItUl'LEY.TheTallor, And to us is lost to view. blood, and strong nerves and build , Stanford, Ky. Oh, that dear one, how we loved her, un Your noaiih. iry mem. ou m Fruit And Ornamintal This ! Oh, how hard to give her up, Penny's Drug Store. COTFLOWEBS FOB SALE! But an angel came down for her T mn furnish the nubile With the best. ftS Orville Phillips, need 33. died nt Everything for Orchard, Lwn anl 'Har And removed her from our flock. well as the freshest of cut flowers, plants of den. Catalogue on Application. London of typhoid fever. all kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short atlce.Alao make a specialty of wreaths Earth has loat its look of brightness, No Agents. tor for funeral purposes. Heaven seems to us more bright; KY. In connection with the above, I have all MASON'S Kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable Since the spirit of our dear ones H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS, tUHTMAX nilKEK HOUSES. Took their happy homeward flight. Loxlnrfton, Hy. KD 11 UI111AHD, I'UOK. Lincoln lodge No.) K.A A.M. will meet Stanford, Ky. And we long to cross that river, rnmmunlcatlon on each nrst anil in .i.twi Long to rest upon that shore; third - Monday nights of ciich month, at 7:30 FARM FOR SALE 0rlHENT. on main streect. in and know and love Snturts'Jobacco and Tobacco There to secSavior evermore. them, nvim-L- Ky. their hnll of sister lodges nroHtan fra Members ford, With the ternally Imltcd to be present, i, W. Ten. larns. nlngtou, See. tobacco land In Contains IK) acres, We weep for her, no tenderer wife the county, ly, miles from McKtnney. Will Nothing But Insurance. fireside bright; sell or rent, lias two dwellings, one of lour E'er made man's rooms and the other of two rooms. Two No more devoted mother's love D. orchards nt nearly fi tr's. Tobacco ham is Arrivinai win noia iu acres oi toimcco ciienpvsi kept home altar fires alight. E'er The Insurance Man. farm In Kentucky at price. And she is with the angel host, V. . HltAWSKK, STANFORD. KY. McKlnney, Ky fail With sinless heart and stainless hand sec Residence Phone 34; Office, 96. Waiting to meet the friends to come Insure with me and be fully To that bright and happy land. TRIBBLE & PENCE, protected. Weep not that her toils aro over, Weep not that her race is run; Furniture ami Undertaking. God grant we may rest calmly Day Fhono 'J.S. When our work, like hers, is done. Night Phone l.'lo. Til then we yield with gladness, We are In position to do nil kinds of Our sister to Him to keep; such as lllock Work. Pavements .Stanford, KontucKy. and, In fact, we can make any thing from r And rejoico in tho sweet assurance: Weekly Courier -feoaie down to a fence ot. We can serve giveth His loved ones sleep." "He Too promptly and guarantee our prices FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNwork and material. Call nnd get Peaceful be thy silent slumber, before you buy ) our muterlul at least. .AND. Peaceful in thy grave so low; TY FOR SALE I Thou no more will join our number, A tine Mue Rrass fnrm for sale situated on Thou no more our sorrows know. new pike near 1'otnt lavill nnd six miles Stanford, Ky. south of Ijtnciuter, containing 3J acres, Yet again we hope to meet thee, well located In kxh1 ueighliurliood, being-parWhen the day of life is fled; of ttiRjohu walker tract, wltha handsome new, seeii'ronm residence And in heaven with joy to greet thee, outbuildings and thereon, with all BOTH ONE YEAR FOR tfoml. nw bnrn lOiftl. Well wittered, six There no farewell tears nre shed. falling springs and creek running neter through. Call not back the dear departed, v. casn in mum. nniunce one aim Tr.KMK - twoenrs from day of sale, bearing six per Anchored safe when s torms are o'er, K. B. MAHONY cent Interest until nlil. I Vr.oni looking lor sucn place piease w rue To- On the border land wo left her, w.u. w tLKKK, nianioru. orsev Soon to meet and part no more. Few people In tbe United States have not Barns,"'1 l. , Democratic When we Ieavo this world of changes, heard of the Kentucky. Of When we leave this world of care; In all things, fair In all things, clean In all of AH Ily Is essentially a family paper. missing loved ones things. It We shall find our a special arrangement we are enabled to of In our Father's mansion fair. Ilalns suffered considerable annoyance L one nnd damage from outlaws. In breaking gate the WEEKLY LightMrs. Bland joined tho Christian fer latches ana teuriug uown ami uesiroyiug jearand this paper for the price named road that runs church when about 14 years old, at abore. Send your subscription for tbe com my gutea, on the 1countyconcluded toofTer through my farm, limn Branch. After services by Rev. bination to us not tc the Oaurler-Jou- r for Information hading to the n rewurd Rush rion or Ton. I conlctloii of such F. M. Tinder she was buried in LancaswlllthereforeKlelhesumof tvo for Information leading to the nrrest and lomlctlon ter cemetery Wednesday afternoon. broken of an party or parties, that ha W.'M BRIGHT, CASHIER, SHANKS, PRESIDENT Sister. the hitches on any of my gates.orlhat hae S:K. sawed down or torn down any of my gales J.B. PAXT0N, J. W- - ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. on tho county road which runs from the H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. lluilomllle turnpike to the .Mll!iilgellle turnpike, through my farm. and will give HVYS FOSTfcR. CLERK. the same amount for Information leaning Fon Sale. A 500 pound hog fat. to the arrest and con lotion of any Mirty or who In the future commit any of the parties dis- Henry Anderson, Stanford. DIHCOTORSl uhoH olfeusrs hop Uncas Bourne sold a Witness my hand this 10th day of August, T.J.1IM.L.HU. lw. at Clarksvillo, Tenn., for $71. J. U. Onnley, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanfunl; Gao. W. Carter, Stanford mules Fon Sale. Pair John B. i?03ter, Stanford; V. II. Shatike, Stanford: T. 0. Ilau- D. B. Tudor, Stanford. 15J hands kiu, Luni'iuter; J. It. Pax ton, Stanford; V. II. Traylor, cattle. V. Foil Sale. -- 25 Gilberts Creek; It. L. Hubhlo, Laucaoterj W. P. Logan. Stanford. It F. D. No. l. II. Cuuimius, Prcacheraville; Lillmrn TobacB. D. Holtzclaw shipped to Cincinnati Gooch. GilbcrU Creek. d of hogs he bought Wednesday a L.5N.TIWETHBLE Sixty young owes for sale. L. P. Nunnellcy, Stanford. Robert Tarklngton, of Boyle, sold 1C 100 pound hogs at 171c S. B. Goode, of Moreland, sold his tobacco at Danvlllo at 19c. Tho Lexington Herald thinks .corn will go to $5 per barrel before tho win- NOTICE n 1 i 1 neighbors for our nursery stock. 1 is rarefullr selected, clean, thrifty and well grown, l'rlcea aro reasonable ah- .1. A.McKKK, dress Kings Mountain, Lincoln Co., Ky. We ask the patronage, of our friends and home-grow- XNAS PRESENTS. Ladies. Men and Boys. Small Farm For Rentl e A. S. PRICE, SALEI m SALE $7.50 to $25. .. land NOTICE! 't, !. SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. MEET. Jesse Wearen, HENRY OUR Christmas Stock ing. Don't display. to our WATTERSON'S PAPER CONCRETING llrst-cln- Journal w. H. HICG1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. PHILLIPS BROS., The Interior Journal t INSURANCE. Hemp, two-stor- Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. ning. Fire, Tornado, Life.LiveStock.Health and Accident, Plate Glass.Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without count. bacco Kinds Insures Tobacco, ONLY Courier-Journa- $1.50- Cbc Lincoln Capital. mm national Bank REWARD. Stanford, OOUBIEB-OUKSA- Surplus, Resources, $50,000.00 40,000.00 340,000.00 Bring 1 d Your J,L.Beazley&Co., NOTICE! d Printing car-loa- IfMipJlt "mTTnnfrw rr ill "tfEScasrca UndertJKera and Embalir era. Also Dealers in They will exchange Furniture for til Kinds of Stock.SjjGivA Tiiem a Call. Price Kight. i- ft i m STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. ZYlcClary, . Badgett & Son, of the West here rented Humphrey Bros.' farm in Casey for next year. The Hurley Tobacco Society has let the contract for n immense stce.1 storage warehouse at Shelbyville Wulter O Walker sold to Ben Bright mules for $375 a pair of and to James E, Holman a walking maro for $150. A Miiail, red heifer, dehorned, came to my place about three months ugo. Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep. J. C. Lynn, Stanford. Two Jersey helfors came to my place three weeks ago. Owner can get same by paying for this notice and their keep J. H. Wilder, Stanford, Ky,, K. W. at J. G to 7Jc. End, To Insure your co and Tobacco Barns in the West End In surance Agency. Get The INTERIOR four-year-o- ld your policies written right.in a good company by WINTER TOURIST TICKETS TO THS W.J. CAMPBELL, Ilustonville, Ky. S0DTH and SOUTHEAST ON SALE DAILY JOURNAL Office nn ftP ..! '. - VtAr&g CiMsJt 7iW?K-i- i -r- ' ,. -i !,-;- F. D. No. 3. wagon team d I have an wagon Also a for sale horse for sale; or I will trade him for a good driving horso. This horse will weigh about 1,500 and a good one. B. D. Carter. A somewhat unique campaign of education U to be undertaken in January by Dr. S. A. Knapp, of the Departeight-year-ol- fln In the hnd pain anywhere, has Its ratue. rain Is conxestiou, pain is blood pressure nothuii else usually At least, so sari l)r fchoop. and to prore It he has created a little pink tablet Thai tablet called Dr. blwop's Headache Tablet latlifl If jou hT a headache. It i blood preitura. If It's painful periods with women, same causa. If you are sleepless, restlc. norvcus. It's blood That surely Is a eonjiwlloii blood prvsiurs oertalntr. for Dr. bhoop's Ileadacho TablrU itoo It In a) minutes, and the taUcta limply (UsUlbuVt the unnatural blood pressure. llruls Tour nnger, ano aoesn l get reu, ana well, ano pain jour Of course it does. It's ton- ou'll una it woer paia rwUoo. blond cresiure. 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