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Digital page images are linked to the text file. + t rI i 4 M I i 1 t J f JfH13 i I8rrEKI AI J01URNALI w t IiI fI 1f ft I tVOL XXXVII r STANFORD KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 21 1909 I rH JI CHURCH MATTERS IRov J T Hosklns of Elkton has been callod to tho Raptlst church hero for next year end ho has accepted the call commencing the first Sunday in II January The Methodist and Baptist congrega bone will meet together next Wednes I day night for prayer at tho Baptist church Every member of both churches who can possibly attend Is urged to bo present J J Dickey pastor of 1 Methodist church Incidental to tho meeting of tho Methodist Conference at port Arthur Texas John W Gates offered to give any sum between 50000 and 100000 toward tho establishment of a Metho dist University at Port Arthur pro fividedthe church donation raised n Bum equal to I The baxaar given by the Ladles Aid Society of St Peters Catholic church t Lexington closed after a wClkaes slon with approximately 5000 cleared by the society on the venture This sum is to go into tho building fund of tho church Twentyfive thousand dol lars have already been given to this fond by St Paula parish the parent congregation St Peters Is the new parish recently crested there The Roy Father William T Punch la the rector Tho parish plane to build a 100000 church and a rectory and other build- Ings to test 50000 additional Liquor Its Awful Work Carroll D Wright tho great stalls titian Informs us that there wero In one year 10897 convictions for some Ikind of crime or misdemeanor in Sue sex county Mass the county in which Boston is located of this number 14386 J were caused by drink ait 14386 is to 2611 so ii liquor as d producer of crime 4to all other evils joined together This statement was mado last year In Owens boro Ky and tho jailer volunteered tho information that he had in one de partment of his jail eight young men and of this number seven he knew were there through drink in another depart ment of his jail ho had eleven young men of which number seven were there through strong drink and possibly oth en The jailer at Catlettsburg Ky said I have 24 young men in my jail and every one of them is there through strong drink Judge Chancy says thati in all his life 01 a lawyer and judge heI bas been associated in tho trials of 77 murder cues and of that number 76 alt but one wore either directly or in directly caused by liquor Selected Forced Into Exllo I Wm Upchurch of Glen Oak OKla pas an exllo from homo Mountain air be thought would cure u frlghtfu lungracking cough that bad defied all remedies for two years After nix months ho returned death dogging his r t steps Then I began tousoDr Kings New Discovery ho writes and after taking six bottles laID as well us over It saves thousands yearly from desperate lung diseases Infal llblcufor Coughs and CoLic It dispels Hoarscaos and Sore Throat Cures Oript Bronchitis Hemorrhages Asth ma Croup Whooping Cough roc and 1 trial bottle free guaranteed by Prariys Drug Store J She naked her hub for dollars three Without a fuse He gave her five but not that he Is generous 1 His closeness often makes her pout H They have their jars V IJut this time she was going out elKanhJt JJYoung Girls Are Victims of headache as well as older wpmen but nil get quick relief and prompt euro from Dr Kings New Lifo Pills tho worlds boat remedy for sick and nervous headaches They make 1 l blood and strong nerves and build up your health Try them 250 at Pennys Drug Store Theres too much at stake I tel Aou j What are you worrying about- ii now f I just hope Santa Claus will stick tot them reindeer and not try any funny jjjl business with an aeroplane You look harassed You should have- done I your Christmas shopping earli- erJ1ve done my shopping Now Im tying to convince the children that they want what I got for em In ancient times they used to crop ears Too extreme too extreme Theyre unfashionable now but you can drape the hair over thorn J The cleverest imitation of rcalcoffco ever yet mnde is Dr Shpopa Health t4 toffee It Is tine In flavor and is made in Juslone mlnufe No tedious 2Q or 30 minutes boiling Mado from pure parched grains malt nuts eto Sample froe Penny i Drug Store I Here and There James Drury a prominent farmer of j Washington county Is dead aged 70 Aunt Mandy Lee a colored wo man aged 90 was burned to death at Cy nthlanar I Conductor Clarence Dub of the N W railroad was caught between the bumpers of freight cars and killed Negotiations looking toward a mer ger of tho First National with tho Farmers and Traders National Hank are pending at Covington Gen Green Berry Raum former commissioner of pensions died at his homo In Chicago after an illness of three weeks lie was 80 years of ego A New Haven statistician has figured it out that in the last 25 years 1884 to 1909 inclusive Yaloa football clowns have scored 8963 points to their op ponents 425 There has been registered at Nash vllle a deed by which the Nashville Terminal Co conveys In trust to tho New York Trust Co all of its property In andadjacent to Nashville Thd young woman who registered several days ago at the Virginia Beach Hotel atiHuth Morton Chicago and made two attempts to commit suicide is still alive and unidentified Bench warrants charging murder in the first degree were Issued against Dr Loren B Doxey at Columbus Neb and his wife Dora E Doxoy by Judge Hugo Grimm in the criminal court at St Louis Two persons were killed ono fatally Injured and seven more or lea seriously hurt when a Central of Georgia north bound possenger train crashed into an eastbound of tho Macon and BIrming- ham road Harry Eudnloy Jr 10 years old in 8t Lonls accidentally shot and killed his grandmother Mrs Josephine Payne Sho went to St Louis from her home in Kentucky to spend Christ mae with Harrys parents Train No 62 on the Chicago Burlington Quincy railroad the Oriental Limited was wrecked at Western Springs III near Chicago three sleeping cars rolling down the embankment Twenty persons were injured An uncontrolled street car bearing a dead conductor and a dying motorman ran wild through four miles of city streets In East St Louis The men were shot by a Negro highwayman who escaped with a small sum taken from the conductor- Stephen Cole who has been confined in jail at Washington Ind for several weeks on tho charge of murdering a cousin George Cole a year ago withdrew his pica of not guilty entered one of guilty and was sentenced to life Imprisonment Is His son Charles was liberated The American Vice Consul at Managua received a pitiful appeal for protection signed by many women whose husbands and sons are enduring torture In prison Revolutionary suspects are being thrown into prison by Zelayas adherents and tortured and their wives and daughters subjected to unspeakable outrages Tho consistory of tho University of Copenhagen at a secret session received a preliminary report covering the first stage of tho work of the committee which is examining the North Polar records of Dr Frederick A Cook On high authority it was stated the committee failed to find proof that Dr Cook reached tho North Polo fho body of King Leopold was trans ferred to tho royal palace Tat Brussels The King in his will declared that he possessed only 3000000 which he loft to his children life majesty expressed a desire that no autopsy be performed and said that apart from my nephew Prince Albert and tho members of my household I forbid any one to attend my funeral My papers shall be de stroyed or handed 16 Prince Albert Asa G Candler widely known as the manufacturer of CocoCola and roil lonalre capitalist and banker of At lanta Ga received blackhand letters demanding that 20000 be left in a certain church naming tho penalty for failure to comply as death for himself and entire family A man named Bur age has been arrested by private de tectives on suspicion of being connect ed with the affair Burbage denied any knowledge of the letters- MATRIMONIAL John II Blount aged 18 and MissJ Mary Weaver 17 were married in Nicholas county Mrs Florence Falcs of Harrodsburg and John Lafon of California will be married in the early spring Willie Stephens aged 19 and Miss Katie Smith 16 were married at Wyatt Smiths Rowland Saturday Judge B F Roach and Mrs Roach of Harrodsburg announce the engage ment of their daughter Katie Parish to William H Riker the wedding to i take place in the early spring NEWS NOTES The net proceeds of tho charity ball given in Chicago last week reached 526000Camillas Arnett was given a 12year penitentiary sentence at Salycrsvllle for the killing of G W Anderson It W Brown of Louisville received four votes for president of the Nation al begs of Professional Baseball Clubs In New York- Twelve deaths resulted from the wreckon the Southern railway at Ree dy Fork trestle 10 miles north of Greensboro N C Frederick Greenwood the author and journalist died In London Mr Green wood founded the Pull Mall Gazette of which he was tho first editor Adjournment of the 21th Mexican Congress has been taken until of next year At the moment of adjournment a salute of 21 guns was fired The proposition to extend the fran chine of the Metropolitan Street Car Co for 26 years was voted down in Kansas City Mo by a majority of 7 091Calling out playfully See mother Its not loaded the 12yearold son of Mrs James McLaughlin of Santa Fe- N M shot his mother through the heart killing her instantly The supreme court of Indiana held constitutional the county option elec tion law enacted in 1908 under which 65 out of the 92 counties of Indiana have closed their saloons Bartlett Shepherd Haggard died In Clark county Friday aged 82 years Ho was the last survivor in the county of the veterans of the Mexican War and one of the few in the State Tho directors of the Louisville and Nashville railroad company declared a semiannual dividend of 31 per cent an increase of j per cent over tho previous halfyear dividend declaration King Leopold of Belgium died at Brussels aged 72 years There being no direct male heir the throne passes to Prince Albert ton of Leopolds brother the late Phillippc Count of Flan dersAppointment of a receiver for the Burley pools of 1906 and 1907 was premature according to the decision of I the conrt of appeals and the decision of Judge Bentbn of Winchester Is re versedTwo persons were killed and seven seriously Injured when a passenger train on the Central of Georgia railroad collided with train No don the Macon and Birmingham railroad at Harris City Ga The Supreme Court of Alabama finally established what is known as the lockerclub decision wherein Itl held that a man may own and store liquors where he pleases and as much as he pleases if acquired legally- B S Odbon secretary of tho Arctic Club announced that Capt Loose had verbally confessed in the presence of witnesses that ho faked the recent affidavit in which ho said that ho had pre data for Dr Frederick A Cook the explorer E M Barney superintendent of the Indianapolis district of tho Anti Saloon League resigned because he said he did not agree with State Superintendent Shumaker that the time is ripe to open a campaign for statutory Statewide prohibition 1 The campaign to pay the debt of 55000 on the Lexington Y M C A building came to a close when it was anhounced to the immense crowd which had assembled to learn the re suit that not only 55000 but 559020 had been subscribed Governor Willson remitted the fines of 20 each imposed upon Senator Bradley Judge D B Red wine and Judge J J AIYoungcourt Imposed by Circuit Judge Adams in the Beach Hargis case in Breathitt countyAn XRay examination is ordered made of Rufus Browder the Negro sent fenced to hang for tho murder of James Cunningham in Logan county before life next trial to determine the truth of his statement that he was shot in the breast The of Appeals reverses the death sentence and orders a new trial t Miss Nellie Burns 19 years oMwho was declared legally dead by the St Louis Circuit Court appeared in the offices of an insurance company there She was later Identified by Mrs Annie Bosse her foster mother whohad not seen her since October 18 1898when tho girl was supposed to have been kid napedAnnouncement was made at Toledo 0 that J P Morgan Co of New York havo purchased six independent telephone companies of Ohio and Indiana The announcement Is accompanied by the statement that the purchases were made as an investment and not n the interest of the Bell company The total cost is said to have been 110 000000 1 llMRMIMRM AMPRAAEIRMPPOPRMMPMh 1 lMlMM1ii III I 22 Just at this season of the year theres many aper I i Christmas son who is wondering what to give a man forf 2 1 ii The man cant tell you probably he doesnt a know but the chances are that inside of two weekS after Christmas hell be coming in here to buy2 something he wants that you could have given him l Jfor a present 4 II SUGGESTIONS FOR CHRISTMAS Ii IiiiifClotb quite aa acceptableand useful Neckwear 50c to 200 11 IiUmbrellllll up to 1250 SlOO to 8400 jj- fc Suspenders 25o to 8200 t i iSilkHose 8 150 and 200uSocks 8100 J 1 44Six pair HoleProof Socks 8150 R t IISilkllu1rs dainty styles ItShoes to fit u X JS Mens Jewelry Sets of all sortsr X Y 2 JyJc J friend will appreciate S U Cummins Wearer ii 2 STANFORD KENTUCKYl b 4 AiVI NI AlPIiAMM M fMPlIr AIiAOQ VVVf1 fdO I Qld1 i- vt p Es4444W4444444444444440444 P1e1PA1MPPPRRA PRR pPalRly 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 ladles 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 On Friday evening Dec 24 at 730 an interesting entertainment will be given at the Graded School of Huston vllle All patrons and friends of the school are especially invited to attend As there will bo some necessary expense the small admission of 15 cents will be charged Children under 12 ad mitted for 10 cents Everybody come Dout drug the stomach or stimulate tho heart or kidney That is wrong U is the weak nerves that are crying out for help Vitalize these weak in side controlling nerves with Dr Sli oops restorative and see how quickly good health will come to you again Test It and sect Sold by Pen nys Drug Store No glass bUs on the Christmas tree this time remember Why not We tried em last year and the boys couldnt resist the temptation to shoot at em A kitty cat ate catnip And curled up for a kit nap But bothered by a gnat nip It had to don a knit cap Else it would have hada nap nit This drowsy Attlo cat kit A tickling or dry cough can bo quick ly loosened with Dr hoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store IIsay ho never reached thepolewith sledge A mere detail I have examined his fountain pen and it shows all the wear of a severe campaign I can tell you Proventics those Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely and quickly check all colds and the grip Try them once and see 4825c Sold by Pennys Drug Store Fire completely destroyed a business block rat Dardenelle Ark with a total loss of 85000 The loss was onlypart ly covered by about 30000 insurance He helps his weary wife adeal It comes to pass For when she has to cook a meal He lights the gas Louis SfranK made a mile over the automobile dWay afc Indianapolis In S62 lIecondshiel ela the previous record of 4061 Xmas Goods We will show thefbreigatplltterics ever sliowaKerel j Dinner Ware Novelties Brie aBrllc and Con munity Silverware Carving Sets and othcrthiugs too numerous to mention Come Ilpd see us and you will agreowitli us p L GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 188- 2CAPITAL STOCK 50000ISURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAIDlIN DIVIDENDS 2I65U0 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Usc of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICERS if i I S Rocker President- S T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier i II C Baughman Asst Cashr WWSaundersBookkeeper I j DIRECTORS I f1 lF Reid J H Baaghman M D Elmore J M Pettusf ifj HC Daugbman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson r W B iClis NORTHCOTT t Will Pay the Highest Market Price forJjTur keys See him before selling Call 153 Stanford Ky Y T i v H B NORTHCOTT Stanford iThe Interior Journal t I Eo C WALTON iI HON HARVEY HELM tofLincoln county li n candidate for re nomination for Congress front the Eighth dlltrlltlubJIOj totbeactlon of the demo crntlo party- WILLtAM i CROMWELL for many years eblaf clerk of tholKentucky Senate and r City Attorney of Frankfort died Bud dinly Saturday morning at his residence ja South Frankfort He had an attack of acute indigestion Friday evening about 6 oclock but seemed to be en tirely relieved of that in an hour or two Saturday morning he appeared to be do jig nicely and told the members of his family that hefelt comfortable Just f t before 9 oclock however he had an at tack that thejphysiciana think was a- ltpara1ytic stroke and died in a few sec I a minutebefored the last at- tackf he had toldhls cousin Hugh Cram T well that he felt very comfortable He c had a stroke of paralysis over a year from which he had never entirely foago though Iho had improved to resume his law practice and physicians believed that a second stroke would prove fatal Mr Crom It well was an exceedingly clever man and very popular at home and wherever he was known By Mr Cromwells gf death Hon J M Alverson of this office who is assistant clerk of the Senate will call that body to order when it meets Jan 4 NEVER before has so much Yuletide money gone across the Atlantic to cheer the people of other lands as was sent this year according to tho figures com I piled since December liby Postmaster E M Morgan Outgoing steamers have carried money orders amounting to 7624963 an increase of 229812 over thesum sent last year Nearly 2000000 went to Great Britain alone while Italys people wereremembered with 1732131 in gifts large and small t In the number of money orders ther- was a gain of 140518 over1908 II t THE Kentucky Association for thl Study and Prevention of Tuberculosi will present a bill to the Kentuck y Legislature Basking that an appropriation of 120000 be made to be usnr through the means of a sanitorium i fighting the white plague The legis lative committee ofthe association me in Louisville and unanimously voted fo a bill carrying with it an appropriate of 120000 The bill also will can with it an annual appropriation of 60 009 for the maintenance of the instill tion IN will vote on the whisky ques morrow when it is more tha rconB that the place will go we Corbin has a floatin hero today and gone to morrowand it is mighty hard to prevent the whisky tide from running il illegal voters By the way the whisk people are using the gum shoo method which IsJproving effectual Th temperance folks might profit by adopt log their tactics LETS have a sans Christmas It Ij aot right to spend the happiest seasoi of the whole year in drinking carous ing and riotous living It is the tim to make giftsjand try to bring about happiness and if well spent the pleasun of the incoming yearwillbe far greater In giving remember the poor and dont try to grease the fatted sow The well to do can buy what they wish the poor need the gifts at your disposal NELSON county went wet again Saturday this time by an increased majority over three years ago The people of that county seem to have come to belief that they can not get along without booze and they vote for it right and left Having never tried local option they do not know the ad vantage of it and perhaps should not be bJaamed for voting for red liquor IT is hard to compute the number of animals and birds killed by Roose velt and his party just for the fun of seeing something die The Smithso nian Institute has received 6663 skins of birds and animals which represent but a small part of those killed A PHILADELPHIA preacher draws great crowds to his dreary services selecting six of the prettiest young girls of the congregation as ushers However he doesnt fool the people but once as the r punishment proveslmuch greater than the pleasure WHEN J Pierpont Morgan returned from Europe the other day he brought 78 pieces of baggage Only the rich could or would do such a thing TUG Christmas edition of the Jessa mine Journal was a daisy Congratu lations Brdr McCarty POLITICAL The nomination of William J Mills to be governor of New Mexico was or dered favorably reported by the Senate Committee oil Territories lion H D Newcomb will introduce a bill at the coming session of the Gen eral Assembly to make it a capital of fense to kidnap This is well and by i all means the proposed bill should be cease a law t t rt s I II l jo Chas Marshall of Indiana was IGov informally in Washington as a casdate for the presiden tial nomination in 1912 His name was brought forward in a heating before I the Senate Committee on Privileges and Elections Hou Wm J Price and Col R G Evans of Boyle county spent yester day in Shelbyville renewing acquaintances and looking over the ground Mr Price will mike the race for the democratic nomination for Congress In this district to succeed Hon Harvey Helm It will be remembered that Mr Price entered tho race for the nomination four years ago but was compelled to withdraw on account of illness Shel byville News IS NEIGHBOR ftQ COUNTIES The Garrard county grand jury re turned only 20 indictments Irvincf Azbill aged 66 a wellknown Richmond horseman is dead Andrew Pike aged 17 was run over and killed by a train at Somerset Alex Neil sold to the Left Fork Coal Co a boundary pf coal land in Knox county at 100 per acre Rufus Smith was shot and killed during a brawl in the mountains near Cumberland Gap His slayer escaped A twoyearold son of A H Wells of Madison county was burned to death while playing close to the fire place William Goins has been appointed postmaster at Goins Whitley county and Arthur P Vangorder at Ralston Bell county Edward the little son of Prof E L Grubbs of Shelby City was severely burned when he struck a match which ignited his clothing Mr and Mrs Harry Magee filed pe tition in court Tuesday and adopted a 10monthsold baby which they recently got from ono of the orphan homes In Louisville Mt Vernon Signal I In an affidavit sworn to by about 75- businesatnen of Somerset objection Is made to the statement that the town atef a local option election through the fluence of the business men of that city I It is claimed that 75 per cent of thee business men live in the first and second wards and that these together gave a dry majority I A fire which originated in the kitchen n flue of the residence of Randall Cool destroyed three dwellings and most oft the contents besides the Cook rest r dence before the fire company was n able to check the flames The loss will y probably aggregate at 12000 Several local capitalists who do not want thou names mentioned yet are considering building a handsome fivestory hotel It this city They have secured option on several pieces of property and th r1 matter is expected to come to a hen rumortg ed that Somerset will soon have an ad ditional banking Institution Mr J C Green of Lexington was in the cit r1this week with other Lexington partie y trying to organize a State Bank and Trust CoSomerset Times e Kills Her Foe of 20 Years liTho most merciless enemy I had 5for 20 years declares Mrs Jame of Haynesville Me was I Dyspepsia I Buffeted intensely after eating or drinking and could scarcely sleep After many remedies had fall ed and several doctors gave me up I tried Electric Bitters which cured me totget my health and strength back again For Indigestion Loss of Appetite Kidney Trouble Lame Back female Complaints its unequaled Only 50c at Pennys Drug Store The McLean County Union of the American Society of Equity will meet Jan 4 at Calhoun to put on foot a sys tematic plan by which the wool and lambs of the county may be handled for more profit The members will al so consider the tobacco acreage ques tion for next year Thomas J Lynch of Cincinnati former chief of the staff of umpires was elected president of the National League of base ball flubs John A Hydlcr former president of the league was elected secretary and taeasurer of the organization Charles K Hamilton in a fourmile wind at St Joseph Mo made a flight in his Curtiss aeroplane of 12 minutes duration in which he circled Lake Con trary eight times and covered a dis tance of approximately eleven miles Fire and water caused a loss of 40 000 to the buildings and stock of J T Cohens Sons department store at Savannah Ga The origin of the fire is unknown r Five people were killed and more than a scoro injured when Lake Shore passenger train No 1 crashed into a switch engine near Cleveland 0 William Traylor u railroad switch man was killed at Lutflow by his brotherinlaw James McClure William Dooley dropped dead at Mayaville while assisting his wife pre pare for a Xmas tree After 52 unsuccessful trials a Cin cinnati woman has probably ended her life by poisoning v I o + Pains of ffomeu head pains or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr Bhoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25c box Sold by Pea ny B Drug Stor- eFARM FOR RENT I farm of 100 acres TO of which li cleared land li for rent vntel t5 acre are cmltlVntlOniIornSchool district Has dwelling of ilx rooms two itona chlmeyi two lire stock burn and tobacco barn and other outbuild tags W M MtmriiT Kings MountnlnKy StockholdersMeetingA tlonnl bank of Uustonvllle will be held At their banking home In Iluitonvlllo tho sea ond January 1910 between p and 12 A M for the purpose of electing direc tors to serve the ensuing year J AV nOCKEIIVn- lblerStockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholder of tho First National hunk of Stanford will be held nt their banking house ibo second Tuesday In January lUlU for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year Joule J lcltonRR1I Cashier StockholdersMeetingA cola County National Bank of Btanford w11 be held at their banking house the second Tuesday In January lY10 for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year W M llnlailT Cashier StockholdersMeetilJg A meeting of the stockholders of tho Crab Orchard Banking Co of Crab Orchard bo hold at their banking house the firs blondayInJanuary 2910 for tho purpose u electing directors for the ensuing year JC HAILKT Cashier Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marblo and Cranlto Monuments Marker and Posts Cemetery and Lawn Vases and Settee Once and worki McKinney K- yCLEMENS HOTEL- J L ELKIN Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKY Large airy outside roots Commercial travelers a rates by week or month The proprietor U n former IJn coin county mon and his should re member him when stopping In his town 1 The Remedy that Always torts 1ZUIO tecctalud si ltmost twattt sad e Zbi hxlir T Iniiinilr relieves sal pctlUttl sn4 pc m i Btoil tolft Eczrmnd sll llchlaf ttta dhow Get i fast udyAll Druggists I Will lor itmplt E WIOIeytcHPaeCo SL Gels Yo Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods Coodiuoa of The First National Bank of Stanford Ky Dee I 1909 RESOURCES Loans and Bonds 190914 59- Oredtafts 13032 1 U S Bond and Premium 51500 00 Banking Howe and Other Ettate 9498 6 I Due from Banks 58580 83 Due horn U S Treasurer 2500 00 Cash ollijand 21488 47 347514 86 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 50000 I Surplus FundEarned 2000000 Undivided Profits Net 2612 19 Circulation 49500 00 Individual Deposits 208732 97 Due to Beaks 1329 70 Notes Rediicounted 15340 00 347514 86 J S HOCKER President S T HARRIS Vice Prnldenir JOHN J McROBERTS Cashier H C BAUCHMAN ANt CaihiM W W SAUNDERS BookKeeper ins da OcLaCir eri aC a KIHAIR ALA cut = soIf r ritis t ra JJrJa 1dII Auctioneer I I offer my service to tho people of Lln coin eoullt ns nn auctioneer HntUfnntlon guaranteed MorelandKyit K llrNo- lTURKEYS FOR SALE I Gobbler and h itbe Langerdon A Conger and Owen Uarbeu itmln for Thoroughbred bronze lure lone nnd beau tiful MRS W K Disitox IL It Klnronl IboneS J J BELDEN Kor House nnd Painting and Trim suing PaperilangluROanandLocksmith- Ing Shopoppositedepot JJ IlBtDK Htnnford Ky FOR SALE I Jover Hotel at Crab Orchard aim store room Just across street with post otllce ad Joining nnd n cottago or ofllco of three rooms All necessary outbuilding- MIIHOUIITIBOOVKII Crab Orchard Ky FRAMiI want to rent n small farm of o0 to 1po acres two or three mile from Btanford Prefer land In cultivation and partly IncrnsH Smalluouodeslredlddressw P KJlnro Interior Journal Ottlce Mien Stock of Merchandise SaletI desire to sell privately my stock of Oro eerie and Hardware a good bust ness Will Invoice about proo Itenson III health OKO D HOPPKIl Btanford Ky B O CARTER New Llverv Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORDIKENTUCKY C B PRUITT Moroland Kentucky New ofItugand Drug gets Appropriate Christmas pros cuts for all Call and see G B PnuiTT Morcland Ky u ouy i 4J R S mu1AFcar5enTallow5uwaz CSntent Golden SculYi Bow Root MyApple Wad Ginger ae Was dalorst nubCihnl is i5 6Ont tuK crsiunr in Lc imlaadobattrIrayoelbw w t U hernias a nKu4i Rcltntxt 1 n lakD oiIe Wri fwally panliusadsiiramg4ftm Sons 2ZOB UsrtclSI LOUISVIUEKY 110 + AN ORDINANCE I An ordinance forbidding obntructlons ot public streets and dlpollllng 11th or refuse thereon and nxlngJltnaltla The city council of tLe city of Stanford do ordain as follows 1 It shall be unlawful for any person firm or corporation throw or cause to bo placed deposited or thrown upon any street allay sidewalk or upon or Intoany gutter within tile townor Sanford any obstruction of any kind or any paper trash ashes refuse or tilth of any or to cause or suffer to be emptied upon orlntc any streetsldewalkor utter the water or refuse trout anycloset sink or bath room t It sbnll be unlawful forany merchant or other person nrm or corporation to sweep cast throw or cause or suitor to be swept cast or thrown from any storrwnru house or other building In his charge or un derhl control in Stanton upon or Into any street sidewalk or gutter any paper rule of any kind or any trash or 8 Violators of this ordinance shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall upon conviction Ira lined In any sum not less f nor more tlmn 1100 for each offense 4 Each day that any obstruction filth trash refuse or other sulistanco shall re main upon or In the slrectSldewalk or gut ter shall constitute a separate olTenso and It shall be B separate offense each day that any closet bath room or sink Is emptied on any sidewalk or street or In any gutter Go The foregoing section shall not 1M Ion itrued so as to forbid the punishment of any single act forbidden by tbll ordinance 6 This ordinance shall become effective from und after Its publication In one Issue of the ItTEKIOR JOUKKAI In which the clerk will causa It to bo printed MayorIPOSTED Wo whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting tlshlng or anr kind of trill pasting on our places and will prosecute vI olatori to the full extent of the law Miss Mottle Ifowes Jlolchenbach Bros Fred Haumnnn A T Traylor MlburnOoocli N H 1lummer Will Hester UO Nunnolley JW liaughmnn J W Peck JKIIruce David Steven JohnOauienlseb WmOorUler Dan Traylor H U Klmore bulb OUck Fred Handorf 6JJThompou D DI Anderson Mr and Mm JIll H Kad blrIQJllogrionJJElllott W U Daughertjr Rev Father Loo DrOalerrylH H IlauRbinun UrluhAlbrtgltt AI Hoot MreMargarotcloochJacob Gander leoO Clvens WHTrnylor Ham Roberts John J ufer Amend Schaefer M J Holmann KTIIemley A HMntheny li HOurnur Mrs J llQwsluy M J Morgan JI1oJIIIIIIIloy WatkllllIMrs Nnnnlo Jl Good U K McClure Anderson Cart Anton Iloneckcr W MUIshon Fred Vonriruenlgai liaughmnnIIDirsitebeccaltCarpentc- 1v r Kopnlt M F Lawrence H Leo D Htvlers Olulsttnn Jacob rom Forrlll W W Iltmau Fred Inyk Alex Cooper J Nevin Carter K IS Denbnm Mrs W O Welch HO AndOlraonjV D Oooob Gus GttUnl A Rico Itoubun Curtis Chris amonlsoh ThuleyRpoonamorPH W Guinea W J L Holtzclaw W M yields It Kdalnen Mr Mettle White KeetnJamesa U t rRS MISass ++t1 +++t+ t w a r2 1 ifJLfy Rr I Your Friends i 1YV 1 if FA I rte Umbrellas 81 00 to 810 00 Neck Ties 25 50o anti 81 Suspenders 25o to 3 00 Silk Sox 60c 81 1160 Silk IIraal 81 to 8200 Scant Pins 50o to 8350 Garters 10 25 and f0c Silk Handkerchiefs 25 and 50o Gloves 25c to 8200 e v Silk Mufflers 81 0010310 t- Poenix Mulllerd 1 t il Cuff Buttons 25e fQ 1ln suit Casco83GDQ Hand Raga 5t 8 1259 lStetflOut Coat Sweaters 50ctif2COV Linen handkerchiefs 25 and 56u Drew Shirts 8100 15 t c 1a These are Selected Especial ctly for Xmas Presentsz tI 7 H J McROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY G L Penny R II Coffey K II Coleman Vtnol1 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 Guaran tee at PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Ok1ahornasLand Sale I9- One J million six hundred thousand acres oC valuable form and grazing land belonging to the Stnte of Oklahoma will be divided into farms of one hundred and sixty acres 1J each and sold to the highest bidder on easy terms AUCTION BEGINS DECEMBER 16 1909 and continuesR 1 for 21 days The agricultural land has been appraised at prices ranging front 800 to 3400 per acre The v average appraised value of the grazing land Is about i 250 per acre v FaresIVia THE HENDERSON ROUTE to all ppints in Oklahoma Tickets on sale the first and third Tuesdays in eachr month and bear final return limit of tyventyfive days I from date of sale Diverse routes are permitted on these tickets that is the going trip may be made thru one section or portion of the State and the return trip thru another F- orFull InformationRegarding the price and the diverse route arrangementt of the railroad tickets also the terms of purchase pay ment and full description of the farm lands Write- R F PENN T Por J P GARDNER G PA eThe Henderson RouteuI OUISVILLB KY M Lo reLi i Ir L E T1HE Ly Mv st a V tI I I i J t 1 i 4f f I I t ro LOOK OVER THIS LIST OF USEFUL ARTICLES SUITABLE FOR GIFTSvPair Shots Scrap Baskets Sheer Handkerchiefs 5c IWinter Coat Sowing Basket Initial t 4TailorSuit Mens Initial Handkerchiefs lOc t Auto ScarfC01larand CulT Bugs Ladies Linen Initial Handkerchiefs 12J Iq Linen Square or Scarf Match Scratchere Ladies all Linen Handkerchiefs lOc Fine Towels Hut Pin HoMers Children Hdkfs in Boxes 10 and 15c L Whito Quilts Pin Cushions Mens Fine Lineu Hdkfs 15 25 OePio I l Sweater Coats Gloves Neckwear fable LinenIIiJ1 i r LOOK ON THE 10 AND 25 CENT COUNTER I 1 iI I tT SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY The Interior Journala STANFOKD KY Dre 21 1900 SOME great bargains in box paper are bolng cloned out to make room for now f + stock at Ienoys Drug Store PERSONALS I Miss MINNIE SINS Is quite sick MR J M PillLLlfd In In Cincinnati Goldstein W A CARSON is clerking for Sam I Ex SENATOR GEORGE T FARRIS of Lancaster was here Friday I Miss MAE JONES has gone to Dan villo to study the oral system MRS J F lARuE of Louisville Is with the homefolks at Rowland MR J W RIDER of Louisville spent Sunday with Mr C R Coleman MRS NELLIE BRADY of Highland Park U with the homefolks here D G GOODE h assisting In the Xmaa rush at W II HlRgiM this week WALTER SINGLETON who has been it with typhoid fever Is convalescing Miss DELL FELAND of Danville t a was the guest of Miss Marie Mahony MR K T CARTER of Evansville lad has joined his wife at Mrs Julia Htifthes MESDAMES CURTIS AND WALLACE COVER of Crab Orchard were callers at this office Friday MR AND MRS GEORGE W PUFLISI of Madison were guests of MM Clifton FllwlerIMRS J W ALCORN and Miss Patti- Alcorn were registered at the Seelbac In Louisville last week MRS II R CAMNITZ and Miss Edna Camnju of Hustonville were guests of Mrs George U Cooper and daugh tenMISSES Awe YANTIS and Kathleen Walter of Lancaster and Sadie Baugh man and Ella Barnette of Huslonvllle were gucsta of Miss Besslo Yantls Miss MARGARET Than of Stanford and Miss Lena Beck of McKinney are the guests of Mr and Mrs J W Davis on West Main street Advocate MRS J N MENEFEE who has been t with her daughters In Joplin Mo and Texas for the past three months returned home Saturday after a delight vieltp PEYTON and wife have moved Mlddlesboro and are at the Mr W T Smith On Jan 1 1j they will take possession of the farm beyond Turncrsvlllo ho bought some weeka ago MRS L B HILTON and Miss Katie Caw of Stanford arrived Saturday to visit Mrs R H Batson Miss Ethel Hilton of Stanford Is the guest of he sister MI s Susie Hilton Lancaster RecordMR JOSE MASSEYS family has mov ed to the McKinney section to kee house for his son J L Massey Th elder Mr Massey will retain his post tion on Mr Reeds farm near Stanford Their friends give them up with regret DR CARL S WHEELER of Loxing ton addressed the Mason Medical So cloty at Maysvllle The lecture was very entertaining and was given with I the aid of stereopticon views A good attendance was on hand Lexington j y Herald LOCALS i LET White fill those Christmas stock ings a A FEW more guns left at Whites store tSEEour Farris onepound boxes of cboc GOODS delivered anywhere in town on short notice W W White A NICE lap robe will make a good 1Xmas present J C McClary ANOTHER shlpmeut of Rochester ware received W H HIggins shipment of shoes at Whites Everyone can get a tit FROM now until Jan 1st 1well sell my stock of buggies etct at 10 to 515 I off of the regular prices E T Pence Jr r WANTED to buy a gpod Lincoln coun ty farm of tho value of 20000 to 30 000 Address Lock Box 204 Stanford Ky Y J WITH each 25c cash purchase you get a chance on the beautiful 10 doll in our show window and which we will give away Shugara Ii Tanner I v- f GOLD MEDAL flour at George D Hop pcra VAUDEVILLE each night at Thea torium thsoXmasYou will presents at Farris OYSTERS celery cranberries for Xmas at Farris VAUDEVILLE night at the Thcatorlum 10 and Me FOR nice holiday presents go to Mueller jewelry store NEW fang inghame calicoes etc at Whites store WANTED To UENTA house of six or seven rooms W W White IF words fail sendboxof Dolly Varden chocolates Shugars Tun nor LEAVE erewith II Hig gird for your Christmas fruits candles etc IFOR all kinds of F fruits candles and nuts go to the restaurant cheapest and beatIWHATS NEXT Graded School entertainment Thursday night Dec 23rd FOK Christmas candies fruits and nuts cheapest and best at J D for tons Fon RENTSplendldlivlng rooms at MchWANTED Lady distributor and so lieltor in Stanford lr W S Burk hart Cincinnati 0 ATTEND the exercises at Graded School chapel next Thursday night and enjoy some good music FIRECRACKERS RSLEI have on hand a big stock of firecrackers for the holidays M 0 Bastln Rowland Ky XMAS TREE There will bo a Xmas tree for the Sunday school children at Ut Xenia schoolbouse next Friday afternoon at 3 oclock WIZEN you all elect Judge M C Sauflcy governor we will return to Kentucky writes Mr James Frye of Tulla Texas The prospects of Mr Fryos returning to Kentucky are mon strous good and he had just as well be packing his duds FIREA house belonging to Mr J C Florence and occupied by Susan Baughman colored caught fire about- r 12 oclock Saturday night but the fire company responded so quickly that the flames were extinguished before much damage was done 4 aacourt to try the case of Mrs Garrison against Hugh Thompson who killed Fred Gar ThompIsonBoyle and George E Stone Tins office will issue no paper next Tuesday Dec 28 We havo published 102 papers this year and feel that we ado entitled to skip one issue during the glorious Yuletide If you have any thing of importance to print hand It In in time for next Fridays issue DISCHARGED Afteranexamining trial which lasted five days Nathan W Tipca was acquitted of the charge of belongingeIt is to be hoped that further effort will be made to ascertain the perpe trator of the dastardly deed FIFTY per cent of the wet vote pays no property tax at all and 25 per cent no poll tax oven says the Somerset Jourpal anent the whisky victory in that town a few days since Tho local option committee has retained the law firms of Wesley Brown Denton Wallace and V P Smith to represent them in tho contest A RICHMOND dispatch says Milton McCormack known to every baseball fan in tho Dine Grass as Mac who has been spending a few days in Lex- Ington has gone to his homo in flue tonville When asked as to where ho expected to play in the 1910 season Mac said he was still under contract to Rlcbmond and would more than likely be on that team the coming sea son Go to Farris for your Xmas candles frusta and nuts NEXT month is Xmas see tho line of W II Mueller tho jeweler FOR presents that beautiful and lasting go to W IL Mueller J SOMETHING in brass makes most ap propriate Xmas gifts W K Warner L IK you are looking for freshoysters and celery go to Jr D Hortons restau rant THE exercises atGraded School will be the most interesting yet held there A BOX of cigars mke a nice Xmas present Get one of Shugara Tanner To all parties holding treasurer claims come in and get your tax receipt Your treasurer claims will now be paid in full TJ Hill Sheriff TUB Wayncsbuag Deposit Bank has our thanks for a beautiful calendar which Cashier Stanley McIntosh dill played good taste In selecting TO TAXPAYERS LINCOLN COUNTYI will have to advertise and sell your property after Jan 1 if your tax is not paid in order to make my final settle ment with the State and county Settle up and save this expense TJl- illi sheriff NEWS from East Lake Tenn that Mr D A Twaddle formerly o this county who has suffered from cancer of the tounge for several years has had the member cut out at the root Mr Twaddle Is in tho mercantile business at the above place and Is doing well financially FRosTMr W P Frost died at Mil Icdgevillo after a brief illness aged 84 He is survived by his wife and three children Mrs M S Russell of the West End being one of them Mr Frost fought through tho Mexican and Civil wars being a gallant Confeder ate soldier Ho was a fine old gentle man and will be missed in the commun ity where he was greatly beloved He moved from Henry county to Lincoln in 1895 The burial occurred at Hue tonville New FnutMr W S Fish of Paint Lick has bought a half interest in the insurance business of Mr R B Mabony and will move to Stanford at once Mr Fish was formerly a travel ing man and is well acquainted with the people of Boyle Lincoln Casey and Rockcastle counties and therefore needs no introductionin these counties which comprises Mr Mahonys territory Ho is a hustler and tho two will make a strong team Mr E D Pennington will look after tho office while Messrs Fish Mahony are in the field We understand that tho firm is contem plating adding real estate to their bus IncasNUNNELLEYYesterday morning at his home on Lancaster street Mr P P Nunnelley died at the advanced age of 79 lie had been in declining health for the past year or two but some weeks ago a alight improvement was noted in his condition This was only temporary however and he gradually grew weaker until the end came De ceased was one of Stanfords oldest and beat citizensand had been nearly all his life a resident of Stanford though born In Pulaski county Until a few years ago he was a stock trader but had given up business on account of his ad vanced age In 1856 he was united in marriage to Miss Mollie Tribble of Madison and to them were born two sons Messrs A T and James R Nun nelley of thlil place Besides his wife and sonshe Is survived by two brothers Messrs G MNunnulley of Hen ofIda Harris of Stanford Mr Nunnelley was a devout member Qf the Baptist church and on each Sunday could be found in attendance and was in every Way a most excellent man and will bo greatly mUsed lie was a klnd heart ed man and a mpro devoted husband and father never lived His sons were dovoted to him and they with the faith ful wifo did all in their power to make him comfortable and happy At his late home today at 2 oclock Rev R B Mahony will conduct the funeral ser vices utter which all that Is mortal of one of Stanfords best citizens will be consigned to mother earth In Buffalo cemetery Peace to his ashes I v I LOOK at White dolls TALK with me before buying a type writer and see sample at my home T A Brackett local agent for Standard Typewriter Exchange New York I Tim little son born to Dr and Mrs Steele Bailey of Robinson Utah livid but two days The parents have the sympathy of their many friends here r- ON Wednesday afternoon Dec 2we will have on display a few pieces of pierced brass and an assorted tot of brass kettle jardiniers Dont buy your Xmas presents before seeing them W K Warner JAMES H TURNER of Jessamine county a brother in law of Mesdames J A Walter and J R Harris was kicked by a mule and an abrasion five inches long was made in his abdomen He is in a hospital at Lexington and Is in a dangerous condition IN remitting for her paper to Aug 1911 Mrs J Walter Brown formerly of Garrard but now living at Braddock N D pays the L J this compli ment Credit me with 2 on the best and cheapest paper in the world Mrs Brown was Mrs Butler Engleman well known here WHATS NEXTA good crowd gath ered at Waltons Opera House Friday evening to witness the amusing three act farce comedy Whats Next pre manf took the double role of Polly Poko and Mary Ann Fogarty and acted them both most creditably She is very much at home on the stage and far abovo the amateur in the management and direc tion of her company Miss Sallie Tay lor Woods made a charming Rose Mad der while as Gertie Gush an old maid Miss Frances Cooper was exceedingly good Mls Bessie Yantis portrayed Mrs Wallace a fascinating widow in search of a husband with much credit Dr Charles Chlritzer was represented by Mr L Wearen Hughes who played the difficult part splendidly As Moses Madder an artist with an eye to busi ness Mr John Owslcy Reid showed himself a most capable actor His was perhaps the heaviest part but he was fully equal to tho occasion Phineas Poke was the part assigned to Mr Wal ter Mli urn and he gave it most credit ably He made a fine member of the deestrict school board and his makeup was so complete that few knew him Zcph Somers a rustic with Injuns on the brain was well acted by Mr Russell Brown who has had consider able experience before the footlights Elwood Totten as Timothy Trenworth a wealthy Texan in search of his daughter was A 1 Prof Ernest Gib son as Willy Nilly the dudelet from Gotham was very good and his efforts at courting vry amusing Hubert Car penter represented Michael McGllp a bold bad policeman and made a first rate one A number of boys and girls played school children in Act No1 and their efforts brought forth much applause A Vocal solo by Miss Nancy Yeager was greatly enjoyed The en tertainment was a most creditable one from start to finish and those who tookI part are deserving of hearty congratu lation They worked hard to make the show a success and right well did they succeed About 65 was cleared which will go to the Christian Endeavor So ciety of the Christian church t Mrs Cowan C Smithgad 75 is dead at Richmond Fire which originated in the kitchen of GecrgeTheophilakos confectioner at Galveston Tex caused a loss es timated at 80000 George Dunlap aged 23 son of W G Dunlap of Lexington committed suicide in his room at Chicago A jet was open and an empty vial which had contained carbolic acid was found beside the body His friends say he had been despondent for sometime FOR SALE Stock of scnvrnl nicrolmmlliu Huston ville on Mutn throat Well known Hand purticuiarrnuitonvlllf Ky NOTICE I The stockholders unit director of the requestedtoeh Important builneu II to bo transacted J Wt UosKina Caihler 1 r IS I L n Hughes T W Humble W O Martin I Xmas Goods We have a nice assortment of Christmas goods to select that present from Silk Umbrellas with gold or pearl handler prices from 8350 to 10 Nice fur seta from 89 to 825 La dies handbags from GOc to 8760 Suit cases from 8125 to 750 Silk Waist Patterns An elegant line of handker chiefivcoljars ties belt pins novelties scarfs silk shawlsLAc Also a largo assortment of toys for the children cpnewtingYof dolls wagons figures Ac Also a lot of Chinaware consisting of salad dishes take plates c Vx i HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY USEFUL 1GIFTS0 I l Dont for the sake of being over nice buy useless things as gilts for the HOLIDAYS They dont show up well a week nfter Lct yoii i hay givea them i r Often he laughs at the gift and its giver Buy Articles of Service and Utility for with them alone lo you do as act of good grace and only by them are you gratefully remembered See what wo have to oiler then select W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky M G URPHYI J W ACTONt WINTER GOODS Winter is now upon and it will pay you to look through our stock before buying Tho best felt and over combination former price 8350 now 8315 A regnlar 83 felt and overs 275 250 for 225 A full line of Mens ladies Misses and Boys Rubbers Mens extra Heavy double front Over familyRememberGroceries Queensware Hardware Etc and quote today Dec 16 subject palclltB2o2 pounds of keg soda for 5cMatchca 4o box fireproof standard oil 12c gallon or Indian Refining Oil at some price Wo still have plenty of Ohio river salt 280pound barrels at 8160 Eggs 28c I MURPHY a ACTON The Cash Bargain Store Kings Mountain Hy Bring Your Cattle and Mules to Stanf- ordNonuelleys New Stockyards Are now completed and are ready for all kinds of livo stock with good covered pens and plenty of feed andwater First clase accom modations and charges reasonable Your sup port and patronage cordially solicited Phew No1 Court Day Second Monday I M DUCE Aasiatant 1 fThe Interior Journal XntendinUu PotiOffice at Stanford w IMwutcZoM matter L N TIME TABLE NollHouthllMrxNom Houlb IOICi A M Nor4Nothl4OA M No22 North0tt P X NoS710S AM io3 240P x JOS S RICE Agent A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Oftc over McRoberts Drug Store i the Owsley Building FARM FOR SALE I The farm of HO acres of good blue grail Mad lying one mile North of McKlnnejroi Ute Htaererd pike Improvements and JeaclnicTcood plentL water trots Abo IK acre land one mil Xastof McKlnner half under fonceplent I wAter and good tobacco land See grow- JAOIVHNHAKoatJlIcrop McKinney Kr Fall and Winter Stock Hare your measure taken by a tailor of ex perlence Then your clothes whether low price basinet suit lor the finest eve fig tothes will have that IndIvIduality and which plainly indicate they were made to year measure 1wtllAllo take your meas ere for Tetra trousers fancy es east and overcoat Fall and Winter Mmpies on band ready for your Inspection ua nUlLKY The Tailor Stanford Ky r CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I can furnish the public with the bent as well as the freshest of cut flower plants of- all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths lee for funeral purposes In connection tbe above I have nil kinds of vegetables on band at reasonable prices OHtllBTMANOUKKN HOUSES ED Stanford Ky fctJMrtsjbbacco and Tobacco tarns Nothing But Insurance Jesse p Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 90 Office 06 Insure with me and be fully protected CONCRETINGWeareln voting such as mock Work Pavements am in tact we can snake anything from r iKMtse down to a fence pot We can serve you promptly and guarantee flrrtclosi pricesbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford K- yINSURANCE R BMAHONY- Insures Tobacco Tobacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado Life Live Stock Health and Accident Plate OlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount JLBeazleyCofl n n n Undcrtasera anti Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur niture fAtting Rug They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J Ce McClary Embalmer ard a er In Harness Saddled STANFORD KY- Mle PlionoiaT HomeJPhond FARMERS DEPARTMENT Sixty young ewes for gale L P Nunnelley Stanford W P Kincald bought Joe Rose crop of tobacco 22000 poundsat 15c FOR SALE25 650 pound cattle W P Logan Stanford R F D No lDan Traylor refused 14000 for his 150 acre farm on Logans Creek the other day In Woodford county J B Winn sold 300 barrels of corn to Sam Mason at 3 delivered- R G Pettus of the Preachersvillc section bought of Wm Naylor 50 bar rels of corn at 250 W L Graham sold to S C Hund ley of Lexington four jacks for J2 100 Harrodsburg Herald the J M Isnlocated in the Bald Hills section Jack Sutton bought a gray stallion in Rockcastle a year ago for 5125 and sold I him in Iowa the other day for 1000 J K Baughman took to Moreland a twohorse wagon full of tobacco and beatythatA 1 Jersey steer came to my place Dec 1 Owner can get same by paying for this notice and its keep G W Statem Bowen Ky A small red heifer dehorned came to my place about three months ago Owner can get tier by paying for this notice and her keep JC Lynn Stan ford S W Moss raised 2885 pounds of tobacco on one and eighttenths acres and sold it at 15 teats per pound which amounted to 43275 Lancaster Re cordJ H Baughman sold to W B Rob inson of Boyle a twoyearold mule for S250 and to Wn Burton of Lancas ter a threeyearold mule for the same moneyFOR SALE20 extra nice yearling cattle a pair of 16ihand mare mules three and four years old and a pair of 16hand horse mules fat John G Lynn Hustonville DANVILLE COURT About 40 cattle were on the Danville market yesterday and the demand was good A bunchof 9t pound steers sold at 4Jc The horse and mule markets were quiet- I HAVE an eight yearold wagon team for sale Also a five yearold wagon horse for sate or I will trade him for a good driving horse This horse will weigh about 1500 and a good one B D Carter Goat milk is much richer than the finest Jersey cow milk and on account of the healthfulness of the animal and its practical immunity from tuberculo sis which affects tows there is a large demand for the milk and at present it commands a price of 1 pr gallon in the cities This milk can be produced cheaper than cows milk and it will al ways command a higher price BARGAIN354 acres of good land of which 100 acres is bottom land eight room dwelling two good stock barns new tobacco barn 36x96 ice house buggy house two corn cribs etc two good cisterns tho 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 ia a bargain See L R Hughes Stanford Ky A special from London says The en ormous figures of 280000 has been re fused for Bayardo the champion En glish 3yearold and as far as turf his tory goes this is the record offer for a racehorse Bayardo headed the list of winning horses on the English turf with a total of 133995 and as a 2yearold he made nearly 67000 which brings his total figures to date to over 200000 This added to the price refused for him now leaves him the most valuable horse ever foaled r A Boyshorrified his grandmother Mrs Maria Taylor of Nebo Ky who writes that when all thought he would dip Buck lens Arnica Salve wholly cured him Infallible for Burns Scalds Cuts Corps Wounds Bruises Cures Fe verSores Bolls Skin Eruptions Chilblains Chapped Hands Soon routs Piles 25c at Pennys Drug Store The hog is used in his economical role when he follows a bunch of steers in the feeding lot The hog is the savings bank on the farm he gleans in the grain fields for the wastage in harvest ing also in the orchards for the fallen fruit and no other animal can fill his place in services of this character Help your run down stomach with Mlona tablets Relief comes in stantly and cure results by building up the stotnaclf and putting strength Into it They cure Indigestion or G L Penny will give you your money back Large box 50c Seven windows were smashed at the new Capitol at Frankfort when a stick of dynamite which workmen were thawing out exploded Charles W Monks who once owned the great pacer Joe Patchen died suddenly on an elevated railway in Chicago A girl baby was left on the doorstep f L E Bowman at Lexington MASONS MEET e Lincoln Lodge No COF AM wlllmeet In stnted communication on each that and third each month ot Tao their bellonoclock In main streoct Htnii ford Ky Member of Utter lodges nre frn lornnllr Invited to be present T W Ton nlngton tko EXPE 60 VEARSI IL TRADE D MAMaI a eketehnd description ms crtrnfour eNnloafre whether au Invent Commonlm lions tnctir prohsblyplitly It on Catenti sent free Oldest ax fur curtn p uuPatents taken tbrourh Wonp A Co receive eprr at noires wllhoot t Stlentlflt Rmericane Ahsndiomslr Ilh ttte4 wsskly rrlfteta eolation an sclcnUDe Journal Terms n S wdalaeUiUNI HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly CourierJournalAND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In the United States have not heard ot the CourierJournal 1 Democratic In all thing fair In all things clean In all thing it Is essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to of fee the WEEKLY OOURIEBOUBNAL yearend this paper for the price named above Send your subscription for the com bination to utnot tc the Oourier Jour Bring YourPrinting Tor TheINTERIOR J or JOURIIAWork i 5 h A5 LowestI Prices NOTICE i- Wo ask the patronage bl our friends and neighbors er our DOIneKrolynnursel took II Is carefully aetcctoeieadthrifty AddKings Mountain Lincoln Oo Ky Small Farm For Rent DanvilleAvenueunfnlllnlC cistern and pond large barn and hood hotO and outhoiuos Bee Mn Good lancasterAycnueold HOME FOR SALE Ons story rooms and ell necessary outbuildings lot contains one roomytarnllacolocatdonA II HOLT70LAW Btunford KV SURVEYING AND CIVIL EN6I NEERING surveyingandwill bo guaranteed and my prices are rea ItudonvlltoKxchange WAtiFKK MCKINNHY NOTICEI Urrllhocry for shooting one Flavins Oreer will ulrllollon Tursday the Ttb dRY of December flop for a Parole from said Penitentiary witRees my hand tbii KobewtxTH luw TOM IIAIlfUB Fruit And Ornamental Trill I IudonNo Agents H F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky FARM FOR SALE ORiRENT Contains Ito acres tsttob4cco land in the county lftmites from MoKlnney Will tell or rent Has two dwellings ons of tour rooms and the other of two rooms Two orchards of nearly Mi crows Tobacco barn cheapestfarmO K UIIAWNKU McKlnney Ky TRIBBLE PENCE Furniture and Uiulcrtuking Day Phono 28 Night Phono 133 Stanford Kentuclly FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A fine blue grass farts for sale situated oit ike near Point I null And six tulles south of Lancaster containing Suo acres well located In Rood neighborhood being part of the John Walker tract with n hand some new twostory tevenrooui residence tberoon with neoDtsiinroulbulUlliigsand new torn 40x01 ull watered sixnever falling springs and creek running through TKKMH In hand balance ono and two years from dnof sale bearing six per paidPersons placeplea write or see W U WALKKK Stan- fordREWARD laving suffered conilderablo annoyance and damage from outlaws tn breaking gate latches and tearing down and destroying my gate on the county road that runs through my fern I have concluded to over a reword fur Information lending to the conviction of such person or persons I wiutbereforeglv tllo UIU o p for Infor matlon leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties that have broken the latentton any of my xntesar that have sawed down or torn down any o my gates on the county road which runs from the Jlustonvlllo turnpike to the Mllledguvllle turnpike through my farm nnd I will give the same amount for Information leading to the arrest nod conviction of any patty or parties who In the future commit any of the above olTonsvs Witness my hand this 10th day of August Icue T J IIILIKIt NOTICE I Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns in the West End In surance Agency Get your policies written right in a good company by W J CAMPBELL Hustonvillc Ky PAINMo In the headpala hall cans- PalnlsconecstioalahltsWood urenothlnCso rShoop andto That11b1etcalledpatncefltelloIthoUCb safely ssurely equal the blood eIm10- latSon If OU have headache Its blood pyre Jf Its painful pcrlodiiwlth women same canes- If you fin sleepless restless nrrrcut Its blood onbl xd That surely U a ttoDIthe unnatural blood p BrulM TOUT Surer and doesnt let red and swell and pain your Of course It does Ua con nutlon blood reoure Youll Sad It where pam balwaT It I simply Common 11011 at 26 ceatl sod aheerluuy recfemw0 Dr Shoops Headache TabletsPENNYS DRUG STOREy XMAS PRESENTS f Ladies Men and BoysIr 1 Our stored full of useful presents for Ladicayontlcrucn arid Boys Every department is now at its best nnd f wo leant every tone who has any idea of making H Christina gift to a roan or hoy to come in and see the use ful thugs a man is sure ten appreciate If its to be a Suit or Overcoat we have tho Led makes inlho country from 750 to 25 I If its to bo n Silk Scarf or Muffler wo hava au unusually handsome assortment j from 50o to 8300 Heres a now fresh stock of Ladies and Mens Handkerchief from 5 to COc jllhidNeckwear ever shown here All in handsome boxes 4tHt+++HHH1++++ SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY w New Stock of Oliver rPlows at l WH HIGGINSI t Stanford KentuckyJ r i OK incoIn goiuity national Bank Of Stanford Kentwcky ItSurplusResources 34000000 St H SHANKS PRESIDENT WM BRIGHT CASHIER JB PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER AS3T CASH HCCARPENTERBOOKKEEPERH DIRECTORS J B Owaley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Qeo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford lO RaV kin TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preacheraville Lllburn Gooch Gilberts Crook 0 r WINTER TOURIST TICKETS J TO THE x SOUTHand SOUTHEAST ON SALE DAILYiQUEEN CRESCENT ROUTEiGOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31st 1910 For ralllrtle lara call 00 or write n C BIN P 8t T A IQI BMslaSt Lsilngtoi Ky RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make Monte as modern for your family as a city residence and J Iceyourse1fiu a position to got tho latest market quotations at nay time This cm bo accompl means of our telephone service which u and your noighlrtrfl can for n sum that is small cqriipare with tho benefite received GUI or uddresi our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tdnn for infprmation our special IIFar mere Line rate If are not at present enjoying telephone service weIcan immediately interest Our lined cover States of Kentucky Tennessee Missiseippi I ouislal1l and the Southern ortion of Indians and Illinois EAST TENNESSEE rEGc TEL CO tKOOBPORATED L i A