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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): December 21, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909122101_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 21, 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. OL. XXXVII. CHURCH The JHTEmcm Journal. i . .. . . . STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1909. MO. 86. m 4 t 0 1 ifi Here and There. MATTERS. NEWS NOTES. .sstlkSSkasvSk.Sk.Sksk.sk.Sk.a.K.A.a.A.s.KK.K.K.K&&&. -z wwwrrrrrwmwrmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmM.m.m.....m of Elkton, has James Urury, a prominent farmer of Tho net nrncppila nt thn rhnrllv hull Not. J. T. Hosklns, 22 been called to tho Baptist church hero Washington county, Is dead, aged 70. given in Chicago last week reached 44 "Aunt" Mandy Lee, a colored wo $26,000. of many, ajper- for next year and ho hat accepted tho i sZ call, commencing tho first Sunday in man, aged 90, was burned to death at I Camillus Arnett was given a fnr2 is Cynthiana. erive a January. Penitentiary sentt-ncat Salvcrsvllle' 2 Conductor Clarence Duis, of the N. & for tho killing of G. W. Anderson. Tho Methodist and Uaptfat congrega22 tions will moot together next Wedncs-da- y W. railroad, was caught botween tho It W. Drown, ot received 22 night for prayer at tho Baptist bjmpers of freight cars and killed. four votes for president of tho Nation 4 Negotiations looking toward n mer al Lcage of Professional Baseball Clubs church. Kvery member of both churches who can potilbly attend is 'urged to ger of tho First National with tho In Nw York. of be present. J. J. Uickcy, pus tor of Farmers' nnd Traders' National Hank Twelve deaths resulted from the ore pending nt Covington. church. Methodist in wreck on the Southern railway at KeeBerry Itaum, former nly Fork trestle, 10 miles north of Gen. Green Incidental to tho meeting of tho Methodist Conference at Port Arthur, commissioner of pensions, died at his Greensboro, N. C. Texas, John W. Gates offered to glvo homo In Chicago after an illness of Frederick Greenwood, the author nnd any sum between $50,000 and 1100,000 threo weeks. Ho was 80 years of nge. journalist, died In London. Mr. GreenA New Haven statistician hasllgured wood founded the Pull Mall Gazette, of toward tho establishment of n Metho-dis- t it out that In the last 2ft years, 18&I to which he was tho first editor. University at Port Arthur, tho church raited n sum equal to 1909, inclusive, Yalo'a football elevens Adjournment of the 21lh Mexican 2 havo scored 8,903 points to their op- Congress has been taken until April of One of our IIAUT, SCIIAFFXKIt it MAKX Suits, or Overcoat. tho Gates donation. The bazaar Riven by tho I. idles Aid ponents' 125. next year. At the moment of adjourn2 Name the man nnd wc will fit Iiim. Thero has been registered nt Nash- ment n salute of 21 guns was fired. Society of St. Peter's Catholic church, week's ses- ville a deed by which the Nashvlllo TerLexington, closed after a Tho proposition to extend the franThere nre many other things for men in a store like this; not so'costly as 5 sion, with approximately $5,000 cleared minal Co conveys in trust to tho New chise of tho Metropolitan Street Car Clothes; quite as acceptable and useful. by tho society on tho venture. This York Trust Co. all of its property In Co. for 2(5 years was voted down in Kansas City, Mo., by a majority of 7,- sum Is to go Into tho building fund of and adjacent to Nashville. Finn Neckwenr 50c to 52.00. Thd young woman who registered 091. thousand doltho church. Twcnty-flvUmbrellas up to 812.50. Calling out playfully, "See mother, lars have already been given to this several days ago at tho Virginia Bench V fund by St. Paul's parish, the parent Hotel as "Ituth Morton, Chicago," and it's not loaded," the son of ' Sweater Coats $1.00 to 84.00. coneTccatlon. St. Peter's is the new made two attempts to commit suicide, Mrs. James McLaughlin, of Santa Fe, ' N. M., shot his mother through the pnrish recently created there. The Nov. is still alive snd unidentified. . jj Suspenders 25o to 82.00. Bench warrants charging murder In heart, killing her instantly tho rector. Father William T. Punch is Silk Hose 81.50 and 82.00. j , ,.,., The supreme court of Indiana held Tho rarlih plans to bulUI a $100,000 the first drgreo were issued against Dr. ; M church and a rectory and other build Lorcn U Doxcy, at Columbus, Neb., constitutional the county option elec1 Silk Sock 81.00. and his wife, Dora E Doxcy, by Judge tion law, enacted in 1908, under which -. Z ings to cost $S0,000 additional. j 9,i Hueo Grimm. In the 'criminal court at G5 out of the 92 counties of Indiana Six pair Hole-Proo- f Socks 81.50. 2 ? St. Louis. Liquor It's Awful Work. have closed their saloons. Silk Mufllcre, dainty btylc. 5 JJ Two persons were killed, ono fatally Bartlett Shepherd Haggard died in great stalls-ticiaCarroll D. Wright, tho 'Injured and seven more or less seriously Clark county Friday, aged 82 years. .?5 Patent leather Shoes to fit. , Informs us that there were in s Georgia north- Ho was the last survivor in tho county one year 10,697 convictions for some hurt when a Central of Men's Jewelry Sets of all sorts. 2 In Sus. bound posscnger train crashed Into an of tho veterans of the Mexican War kind of crime or misdemeanor 2J ?S and Birmingand one of the few in tho State. Thcee nre only n few suggestions. We can not dialogue the whole stock. sex county, Mass., the county In which eastbound of tho Macon J Jjf . The directors of he Louisville and Boston is located; of this number 14.3SC ham road. Come in and see. ' We will help you liud some useful nrticle that your J $ Harry Kudaloy, Jr., 10 years old, in Nashville railroad company declared a were caused by drink; as 14.S8G Is to .! friend will appreciate. J dividend of 3J per cent.. shot nnd killed 2.G11, so Is liquor aa d producer of crime St. Lonis accidentally Sirs. Josephine an increase of J per cent, over the pre evils joined together. This his grandmother. to all other half-yea- r dividend declaration. statement was mado last yenr In Owens-bor- Payne. Sho went to St. Louis from vlous King Leopold, of Belgium, died at Ky., and tho Jailer volunteered her homo in Kentucky to spend ChristBrussels, aged 72 years. Thero being the information that he had in one de- inas with Harry's parents. partment of his jail eight young men Train No. 52 on tho Chicago, Bur no direct male heir, the throne passes and of this number seven he knew were lington & Quincy railroad, the Oriental to Prince Albert, son of Leopold's bro there through drink; In another depart Limited, was wrecked at Western ther, the late Philhppc, Count of Flan ment of his jail ho had eleven young Springs, III , near Chicago, three Bleep- dcrs. Appointment of n receiver for the men, of which number seven were there ing cars rolling down the embankment. HUSTONVILLE. Hurley pools of 190G and 1907 was pre through strong drink and possibly oth- Twenty persons were injured. mature, according to the decision of Ited Cross stamps for sale at Adams' ers. The jailer at Catlcttaburg. Ky., An uncontrolled street car, benring n said: 1 have 21 young men in my jull dead conductor and a dying motorman, the conrt of appeals, and the decision Bros., drug store. Help a good cause of Judge Benton, of Winchester, is re by buying some. and every one of them is there through ran wild through four miles of city strong drink. Judge Chancy says that streets In Kast St. Louis. The men versed. line of Xmas an We i wo persons were killed and seven crash, have in all bis life ns n lawyer and Judge he wero shot by a Negro highwayman, wrapping paper and notions. seriously injured when a pnssenger 77 has been associated In tho trials of who escaped with a small sum taken train on the Central of Georgia railroad new line of ladies' skirts and tailored murder cases and of that number 70 from the conductor. Closing out Winter collided with passenger train No. 42 on waists, all linen. wero cither directly or in(all but one) Stephen Cole, who has been confined the Macon and Birmingham railroad at millinery at rock bottom prices. Have directly caused by liquor. Selected. moved to office rooms of Newton buildIn jail at Washington, Ind , for several Harris City, Ga weeks on tho charge of murdering a The Supreme Court of Alabama ing. Call and see us before you buy. Forced Into Exllo. Miss Cora Lipps & Sister, Hustonville. We will show you the nicest line of Xmas goods from all the foreiga Wm. Uchurch of Glen Oak, OkU., cousin, George Cole, a year ago, with- finally established what is known On Friday evening, Dec. 24, at 7:30 plea of not guilty, entered one as the locker-cludecision, wherein it vu an exllo from homo Mountain drew his an Interesting entertainment will be patteries ever shown here. Diuuer Ware, Novelties. Brica-Braand Com air, be thought, would cure u frlghtfu of guilty and was sentenced to life im- is held that n man may own and store given at the Graded School of prisonment. His son, Charles, was liquors where ho pleases, and as much cough that had dolled all the munity Silverware, Carving Sets aud othcrthiug too uumerou to inoutiou. ville. All patrons and friends as he pleases, if acquired legally, remedies for two jears. After nix school arc especially invited to attend. dogging hU The American Vice Consul nt Man B. S. Osbon, secretary of tho Arctic As months he returned, death there will be some necessary ex- Come and see us aud you will agreejwith us. steps. "Then 1 began tousoDr King's agua received a pitiful appeal for pro- Club, announced that Cupt. Loose had pense, the small admission of 15 cents New Discovery," ho writes, "and af- tection signed by many women whose verbally confessed in the presence of will be charged. Children under 12 adter taking six bottles I om as well u husbands and sons nre enduring torture witnesses that ho faked the recent af mitted for 10 cents. Everybody come. ever." It saves thousands jearly in prison. Revolutionary suspects are fidavit in which he said that ho had pre from desperate lung diseases. Infal- being thrown into prison by Zelaya's pared data for Dr. trederick A. Cook. Don't drug the stomach, or klimulito lible for Coughs and CoUs, It dUpels adherents and tortured and their wives the explorer. tho heart or kldnoyi. That is wrong. Hoarseaes and Soro Throat. Cures and daughters subjected to unspeakable E. M. Barney, superintendent of the It Is tho weak nerves that aro crying Grip, Ilrouchltls, Hemorrhages, Asth- outrages. out for help. Vitalize these weak InIndianapolis district of tho ma, Croup, Whooping Cough. 50o nerves with Dr. The consistory of the University of League, resigned because, he said, he side controlling and 11, trial bottlo free, guarsnteod by Copenhagen nt a secret session receiv did not ugreo with State Superintend Shoop's restorative, and ben how Penny's Drug Store. ed n preliminary rexrt covering the ent bhumaker that the lime is ripe to quickly good health will come to you stagi of tho work of thn commit- open n campaign for statutory State again Test it and seel Sold by Penasked bar hub for dollars three. first She ny's Drug Store. tee which is examining tho North wide prohibition. Without a fuss Polar records of Dr. Frederick A. Cook The campaign to pay the debt of He gave her five, but not that he "No glass balls on the Christmas tree ' On high nuthority it was stated the $55,000 on tho Lexington Y. M. C. A, this time, remember." Is generous. committeo failed to And proof that Dr. Duiimng came to a close when It was Why not?" STANFORD, KENTUCKY. out, Cook reached the North Pole. His closeness often makes her announced to tho immense crowd "We tried 'em last year and the boys jars; They have their Tho body of King Leopold was trans- which had nssemblcd to learn the re couldn't resist tho temptation to shoot ORGANIZED IN 1882. Hut this time she was going out ferred to the royal palace lat Brussels suit, that not only $55,000 but $59,020 at 'cm. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. To buy cigars. will declared that he had been subscribed. Tho King in hts A kitty cat ate catnip possessed only $3,000,000, which ho left SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. Governor Willson remitted the fines of ,, Young Girls Are Victims. And curled up fur a kit nap; to his children. His majesty expressed $20 each Imposed upon Senator Bradley, HAS PAIDJIN DIVIDENDS,"$2J6600 of headache, as well us older women, a desire that no autopsy be performed, But, bothered by a gnat nip, B. Hedwino and Judge J. J. but all get quick, relief and prompt and said that "apart from my nephew, Judgo D. It had to don a knit cap. C. Bach, of Jackson, and William A. Combines Abiolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety ouro from Dr. King's New Llfo Pills, Princa Albert, and tho members of my Else it would have had a nap (nit), Young, of Morehead, for contempt of tho world's best remedy for sick and household. 1 forbid any one to attend Attic, cat kit. Depoiit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. This drowsy nervous headaches. They make puro my funeral. My papers shall bo de court, Imposed by Circuit Judge Adnms, in the Beach Hargis case In Breathitt A tickling or dry cough can boquicK-l- y build stroyed or handed to Prince Albert. blood, and strong nerves and county. loosened with Dr. Sboop's Cough un vour health. Try them. 25o at Asa G. Candler, widely known as the An X Kay examination is ordered Remedy. No opium, no chloroform, Penny's Drug Store. Coco-ColOFFICERS. nnd mil made of Itufus Browder, the Negro sen nothing DIRECTORS. manufacturer of unsafe or harsh. Sold by "There's too much at stake, I tel lionaire capitalist und banker of At tenced to hang for the murder of James Penny's Drug Store. I'. Heid, J, II. Ilaaghman, I. S. Mocker. rtc.iJent., lanta, Ga., received blackhand letters Cunningham In Logan county, before ,you." M D. Elmore, J. M Petlus, S. T. Harris, "I say he never reached the pole with 11. C. Baughman, J. K. Cummins, "What ore you worrying about demanding that $20,000 be left In a his next trial to determine the truth of . McHoberts, Cashier. John certain church, naming the penalty for his statement tha ho was shot in the that sledge." nowT" S. T. Harris, no. C. Robinson. II. C. Baughman, Ast. Cash'r W. H OBannon J. S. Hocker. "A mcro detail 1 have examined his "1 just hope Santa Claus will stick to falluro to comply as death for himself breast. Tho Court of Appeals reverses Our-bathem reindeer and not try any funny and entire family. A man named W.W. Saunders, Bookkeeper. C. E. Tate. the death sentence and orders a new fountain pen and it shows all the wear of a severe campaign, I can tell you." has been arrested by private de- trial. . business with an aeroplane." , tectives on suspicion of being connectMiss Nellie Burns, 19 years old, who I'roventlcs those Caudy Cold Cure "You look harassed. You should havo ed with the affair. Burbage denied was declared legally dead by the St. Tablets will safely aud quickly cheek done your Christmas shopping earlier." any knowledge of tho letters. Louis Circuit Court, appeared in the all colds and the giip. Try them ouce "I've done my shopping. Now I'm offices of an Insuranco comnanv there. and see! Sold by I'euny's trying to convinco the children that they MATRIMONIAL. She was later identified by Mrs. Annie Drug Storo. want what I got for 'em." John H. Blount, aged 18 nnd Miss Bosse, her foster mother, who had not Fire completely destroyed a business ancient times they used to crop Mary Weaver, 17, wero married In1 seen her since October 18, 1898, when block at Dardenelle, Ark., with a total Will "In the girl was supposed to have county. Nicholas oars." loss of $85,000. Tho loss was only parthim Call Mrs Floronee Fates, of Harrodsburg, "Too extreme, too extreme. They're ly covered by about $30,000 insurance. Announcement was mado ut Toledo. now, but you can drape and John Lafon, of California, will be unfashionable 153, Ky. O., that J. P. Morgan & Co., of New He helps his weary wife a deal married in the early spring. the hair over them." Willie Stephens, aged 19, and Miss York, havo purchased six Independent It comes to pass, For when she has to cook a meal The cleverest Imitation of rcaleoffee Katie Smith, 16, wore married at telephone companies of Ohio and IndiHe lights the gas. ana. The announcement is accompaniover yet made Is Dr. Sboop's Health Wyatt Smith's, Rowland, Saturday. "toffee. It Is line lu flavor and is Judge B. F. Roa:h and Mrs. Koacb, ed by the statement that the purchases Louis Strang mado a mile over the made In Just one minute. No tedious of Harrodsburg, announce the engage- were mado as an investment and not 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Mado from ment of their daughter, Katie Parish, in the interest of the Bell coratanv. automobile speedway at Indianapolis In seconds.slHe held the previous pure parched grains, malt, nuts, oto. to William H. Riker, the wedding to The total cost is said to have been $10,- ow.uuu. take place in the early spring. record o: eu.ei. Sample free. Penny's Drug Store. r Just at this season the year there's wondering "what to 4son wno man 2Christmas. The man can't tell you; probably he doesn't Jjknow; but the chances are that Inside two weeksf jfafter Christmas he'll be coming here to buy something he wants that you could have given himjj ror a present. pro-vid- SUGGESTIONS FOR CHRISTMAS: o Jj .,"' . n, ; - " semi-annu- j Cummins & Wearen, 2S.SvSl4V4V44444444444f2 l STANFORD. KENTUCKY. jj Xmas Goods. c b lung-rackin- g Anti-Saloo- n GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, a t; H. B. NORTH COTT, keys. See before selling. 4S-l!- Pay the Highest Market Price for!Tur Stanford, jtiir- 33-2- H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford! ' i i The Interior Journal. E. C WALTON HELM, HON. HARVEY mmlldnto for re- of Lincoln county, ! niimln.tlnHrfi.rnnifr.il frnni lh Klffllth , ClCCllOnS, subject to tho action of th Ueino-district, Hon. Wm. J. Prico and Col. It. Q. party. Evsns, of Boylo county, spent yester- day In Shelbyvillo renewing acnunint- William Cromwell, for many years Bncc9 ami looking over the ground. Mr. hlaf clerk of thelKentucky Senate and prea w mitke the raco for the demo-Cit- y Attorney of Frankfort, died sud- - cratic nomination for Congress in this djnly Saturday morning nt his residence district to succeed Hon. Harvey Helm. Jn South Frankfort. Ho had nn attack, will bo remembered that Mr. Price of acute Indigestion Friday bvening entered tho race for tho nomination abut C o'clock, but seemed to be en four years ago, but was compelled to tirely relieved of tha t in an hour or two. withdraw on account of illness, ShelSaturday morning ho appeared to bo do-- i byvillo Nows. tg nicely and told tho members of his Pains of oomtu, head pains, or any Gov. Chas. Marshall, of Indiana, was launched Informally In Washington as a pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with democratic candidate for the presldcn Dr. fihoop's Pink Pain Tablets. 8co tlal nomination In 1912. Hli name was full formula on 25c box. Sold by Penbrought forward In a heating before ny's Drug rUore. I the Senate Committee on Privileges and m HAIR BALSAM.. PlMIMMS tUftttftl ft i ltl1rl' fHFWtti I 6m JUir U IM Tentifsl - Mb klr C4. it family that he'felt comfortable. Just before 9 o'clock, however, he had an attack that thejphyslcians think was a paralytic stroke, and died in a few seconds. Just a minutobeforcd the last attack he had toldfhis cousin, Hugh Cromwell, that he felt very comfortable. He had a stroke of paralysis over a year ago, from which he had never entirely recovered, though tho had improved enough to resume his law practice, and the physicians believed that a second stroke- would prove fatal. Mr. Cromwell was an exceedingly clever man and very popular at home and wherever he was known. By Mr. Cromwell's 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. IN WEIGORmOC0UWTIES. well-know- n The Garrard county grand jury returned only 20 indictments. Irvino Azblll, aged 66, a 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, nea r Cumberland Gap. His slayer escaped. son of A. H. Wells, of A Madl.ton county, was burned to death while playing close to the fire place. William Coins has been appointed postmaster at Goins, Whitley county, and Arthur P. Vangorder at Ralston Bell county. Edward, the little son of Prof. E. L. Nevek before has so much Yuletide money gone across the Atlantic to cheer Grubbs, of Shelby City, was severely the people of other lands as was sent burned when he struck a match, which this year, according to tho figures com- ignited his clothing. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Magce filed pepiled since December 1 by Postmaster Outgoing steamers tition in court Tuesday and adopted a E. M. Morgan. baby which they recently have carried money orders amounting an to $7,524. increase of $2,298,125 got from one of the orphan homes in over the'sum sent last year. Nearly Louisville. Mt, Vernon Signal. In an affidavit sworn to by about 75 52,000,000 went to Great Britain alone, while Italy's people ere.remembered business men of Somerset, objection is with $1,732,131 in gifts, large and small. made to the statement that the town In the number oQ money orders there recently returned to the wet column at through the in! a local option election was a gain of 140,518 over;i908. fluence of the business men of that city. The Kentucky Association for the It is claimed that 75 per cent, of the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis business men live in the first and second will present; a bill to the Kentucky wards and that these together gave a Legislature asking that an appropria- dry majority. tion of $120,000 be Imade to bo used A fire which originated in the kitchen through the means of a sanitorium in flue of the residence of Randall Cook fighting the", whito plague. Tho legis- destroyed three dwellings and most of lative committee of.the association met the contents, besides the Cook resi- in Louisville and unanimously voted for dence, before the fire company was a bill carrying with it an appropriation able to check the flames. The loss will of $120,000. The bill also will carry probably aggregate at $12,000. Several with it an annual appropriation of 3 local capitalists who do not want their for the maintenance of the institu- names mentioned yet, are considering y building a handsome tion. hotel in this city. They havo secured options Corbih will vote on the whisky ques on several pieces of property and the when it is more than matter is expected to como to a head tion probable that the place will go wet within the next few days. It m rumorLike Somerset, Corbin has a floating ed that Somerset will soon have an adand gone to- ditional banking institution. Mr. J. C. population hero morrowand it is mighty hard to pre- Green, of Lexington, was in the city vent the whisky side from running in thi's week with other Lexington parties illegal voters. By the way, the whisky trying to organize a State Bank and people are using the "gum shoe" meth- Trust Co. Somerset Times. od, which isjproving effectual. The temperance folks might profit by adoptKills Her Foe or 20 Years. ing their tactics. "The most mercllebs enemy I had 3-$60.-00five-story I offer inv services to tho people of county an nn auctioneer. ntlsfctloit Mr form of WOnerci.Klof which li rlranM land. ! for rout privately. acrci ero guaranteed. II. W. McWIIOIlTKU, sownl In Rran. remainder for cultivation, Moreland, Ky It. K. I). No. I corn ami tormccn on stinrn. In tlrtuteil Hctwol district. Has dwelling of ill rooms, two Mono clilmneyi, two lire plncos, stock. FOR SALE! barn and tobacco barn and other outbuild-InnsW. M. MUHrilT, King Mountaln.Ky. flnbhlera ami liens nf the fjintferilntl A Conger and Owen llarbee strain for nleJ I norougnnreu nrone. iare none nnu neau Mm. V, K. Diaiiok, tlful plumage. . ILK. I.Htniifortl. I'hont) A meeting of the stockholders of the Irfinkof IIuitonMlle will I held at their banking homo In Iliistonvlllo the ond Tueoday in January. 1910, between fund liA.X for the purpose of electing director to nerve the ensuing year. For House ami Cnrrlage talntlng and Trlnv J. V. IlocKEii,t'nhler. nilng. Taper Hanging, dun and Ing, Hhopopposite depot. J.J. l)Ei,nK.!,Hlnnford, Ky I.ln-roln FARM FOR RENT I Auctioneer! PRESENTS For You to Give TURKEYS Stockholders' Meeting iff J. J. BELDEN, FOR SALE Stockholders' Meeting 1 A nicotine of th stockholders of the Klrt National Hunk of mnnfuril will be held at their banking house iho second Tueaduy In (loer Hotel, at Crnb January, 11)10. for the purpose of electing room lust across street, Orchard, also storewith iHist onice ad director for the ensuing year. joining and n cottage or ofllco of three Jon J,MrltoRKHT4,('aihler. rooms. Aiinecexnry ouiiiuiiuings. MltH.tM'UTlHdOVKll. Crab Orchard, Ky. Tour Friends. 81 Stockholders' Meeting WANTED TO RENT SMALL FARM A meeting of the stockholders of the Lincoln County Nntlonal Hank of Hlaufordwlll be held nt their banking house the second no to 1(0 I want to rent a Tuesday In January, 1V10, for the purpose of acres, two or threesmall farm of Htanford. ITnibrclins miles from electing directors for the ensuing year. 'refer land pnrtly In cuttUatlon and mrtly V. M. IlHliuiT,Oashler. ddrvas A. In grass. Hmall House deslrel. P. K., enro Interior Journal Olllce, Htan- Neck Tie ford, Ky. 00 to 810 00 Silk Mulllers .r)0o 81 00 io 83 01) 25, nnd .1 81 Pocnix MuIIIcm 25u to IJJ.flO :0o Stockholders' Meeting A meeting of tho stockholders of the Crab Orchard Hanking Co.. of Crab Orchard, mil be held at their banking house the llrst Monday In Jnnnnry. Ivin, for tho purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year. I desire to sell privately my stock of GroJ.C. lUlLKT.Cmtaler. ceries and Hardware. Doing a good bust, ness. Will Invoice about fiJUM, Ileason III health. OKO. I). HOHI'KIl,HtanfordiKy. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. Suicti(!cra 25c to 00 Gull Iiuttons Suit Cac Hand Uagx tlM) Silk Sot Silk Uoee Srari Pins Gnrtcre Silk Handkerchiefs Glove fiOe, 81, 81.fi0 IIWO 81 to $2.f)0 T0c to (5 to 812.50 83.0 Stelwn Hnta 8l..r)0 nnd $.r).0ir Harry Jacobs, Dealer In and Manufacturer of; 10, 25 nnd 50c Coat Swcntcw 25 and 50c Linen Handkerchiefs 50cto'82.fiO 25 nnd 50c B. D. CARTER, New Llverv 25c to 82.00 Drees Shirts 81.00,8150 Marblo and Cranlto Monu- ments, Vases and Hettees. Markers and Posts, Cemetery and Iiwn Office and works, Ky. Phone 06s STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Depot Street, CLEMENS HOTEL C. B. PRUiTT. Moroland, Kentucky, J. L. Ei.ki.v, Pror., New supply of Kugs and Druggets. Appropriate Christmas presents for nil. Call nml see. G. H. Large, airy outside rooms. Commercial travelers a speclnlty. Hpeclnl rntes by week or month. The proprietor Is u former Lincoln county in an and his friends should remember him w hen stopping In his town. These are Selected Especial-l- for Xmas Presents. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Piiuitt, Moreland, Ky. ZEMO Is recognised1 sacccsslttl agdlcUn J sf MZb cr.a "& JivV V1 The Remedy ss (at most hoiwrt sd4 la Uc woil4 Woci H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. last Aluays Cores tmtiottr kIIcth nd poh.rtlr tnJ pm-Best- ir n4 til Itching tbia cure Ecxcm diteucs. Cctft bonlc to4ar. Alt OrttfUu. Wiit lor Maple. Zemo E.W.RMeMr41dncC. i4tr. Cioreng, FctlScrt, Tallow, GoMtfnScu!,(Y(BWRoai M.jr App!e, WiM Cincrr, tc W. dsslctit rvsbIu)Kl is ICS6 "Orrr K3 ccctutr in (.nltf L. Aatlcandob.ttcrfcf yea tKa r u it mannsaca ofcKstti. Rrlcrmcr, AVn for werUr r to Lautf-iH- r. i Bstii. n stua.iu. steep. After many remedies had fail ed and several doctors gave me up. I tried Electric Bitters, which cured me completely. Now I can eat anything. I am 70 years old and am overjoyed to get my health and strength back again." For Indigestion, Loss of Ap petite, Kldnoy Troublo, Lame Back, Nelson county went "wet" again remale Complaints, it's unequaled. Saturday, this time by an increased Ooly 60c at Penny's Drug Store. majority over three years ago. The The McLean County Union of the people of that county seem to have American Society of Equity will meet come to belief that they can not gee along without boozs and they vote for Jan 4, at Calhoun to put on foot a sys It right and left. Having never tried tematic plan by which the wool and local option they do not know the ad- lambs of the county may bo handled vantage of it and perhaps should not for more profit. The members will al so consider tho tobacco acreage quesbe blamed for voting for red liquor. tion for next year. It is hard to compute tho number of Thomas J. Lynch, of Cincinnati, for animals and birds killed by Rooseumpires, was velt and his party just for the fun of mer chief of the staff of seeing something die. The Smithso- elected president of the National League of base ball clubs. John A. nian Institute has received 6,663 skins Hydler, former president of the feague, of birds and animals, which represent was elected secretary and taeasurer of but a Btnall part of those killed. the organization. A Philadelphia preacher draws great Charles K. Hamilton, in a four-milcrowds to his dreary services selecting wind at St. Joseph, Mo., made a flight six of the prettiest young girls of the in his Curtiss aeroplane of 12 minutes' congregation as ushers. However, he duration in which be circled Lake Con doesn't fool the people but once, as tho trary eight times and covered a dispunishment provesjmuch greater than tance of approximately eleven miles. the pleasure. Firo and water caused a loss of 0 When J. Pierpont Morgan returned to the buildings and stock of J. T. from Europe the other day he brought Cohen's Son's department store at Sa78 pieces of baggage. Only the rich vannah, Ga. The origin of the fire is could or would do such a thing. unknown. to make giftBand try to bring about happiness and if well spent the pleasure of the incoming yearwilllbe far greater. In giving, remember the poor and don't try to grease the fatted sow. The can buy what they wish; the poor need the gifts at your disposal. well-to-dm o $40,-00- It is for 20 years,' declares Mrs. James anaanr I Duncan, of Haynesvllle, Me.,.. "was ....(.. J n.ITn....l t DIJC1I91U. T SU1ICICU . n, n . u n .ftni. LJ i of the whole year in drinking, carous I eating or drinking and I1IKIIOGIJ MI.CI could scarcely ing and riotous living. It is the time luif Let's have a sank nnk, tn " Christmas, r 4 HDl ' ffl. Bafit.! & Sons, IQUISVILIE, Mii.ctSt. VRJ turmiuirji 02e2ssses2essass2Si G. L. Penny It. II. Coflcy K. It. Coleman of KY AN ORDINANCE. and fubllc streetsHxlug deKiltlnK tilth or refuse penalties. and The city council of tie city of Htanford do oruainaa ioiiows: 1. It shall be unlawful for any person firm or corporation to place, deposit, throw or cause to lw placed, deposited ur thrown upon any sireei, auey, sitmwuiK, or upon or luto any gutter within the town of Htnnfonl, any ouairuciionoi anr xiuu.or any paper, trash.nsbos.refuseur tilth of any kind, ur to cause or suiter to bo emptied uponorlnto any street, sidewalk, or suiter the water or refuse Irom any closet, sink or Ixith loom. S. It shall be. unlawful rurally merchant, or other person, firm, or corporation, to weep, cast, throw, or cause or surfer to bo wept, cast, or thrown Irom any store.waru house, or other bulldlnir In his cbarue or un der his control In Htanford, upon ur Into any street, sldewnlk, or icutter, any paper. refuse or any Kinu,oraiiy irasu orniiii S. Violators of this ordinance shall ti ffutltyuf n inlstleuieunor. and shall, unon conviction, Ih lined Innnysumnotlessthan p nor more man iuu any eacu onense. lor obstruction, filth. I Kachday that trash, refuse, or other substancu shall remain upon or In the street.Sldewnlk, or gutter, shall constitute a separate offense, and It shall lies separate olfeiise each day that nny closet, both room, or sink. Is emptied on liny sidewalk or street, or In any miller. 5. The foregoliiE section shall not be construed so as to forbid the punishment of any single act forbidden by this onllnancx. 4. This ordinance shall become effective from und alter Its publication In one Issue 111 which the of the I.iTKHKui JouxHAL clerkwlll iniuo It to Iw printed. A, It. KI.OIIKNUK, Major. An ordinance forbidding obstructions Vinoif 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 w. nnnnrl (tin linnntus, "" ' I 1 Dinwiddie & Co., 1 Hustonville, Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an line of goods. up-to-d- ate PENNY'S DRUG Stanford, Kentucky. STORE, I,.n.Ht;OHK,Oierk. Condition oi The POSTED. Bank We. whose names a d Dear below, strictly forbid bunting, fishing or any kind of trespassing on our places and will prosecute vi olators lo me iuu exieni oi ine law. Miss Mattle Ifewes, Itelchenbach Ilros A, T, Traylor, Kred liaumann. N, II. l'luuimer, I.llburntioocb, lt.O. Nunnelley, Will Hester, j. w, uaugnman, j.w.recK. David Htevens, J.K.IIruce wm.uoruier, John Omuiunlsch M. 1). K I more. Dnn Traylor, (lotllbOllck. Fred Handorf. I). M. Anderson, J.J.Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Jus. II. Kads J, K. Moser, Mrs. X.J, I lor tun A, K1IVISU Mrs. ueo. Ixgau. J.J.KIIIott. Frank Cornier, W. It. Daugherty, Dr. (1.(1. Terry, Ilev. Father , .1. .,...H. II. Ilaugliuiau, Urluh Albright a. i. lOOl, Mrs. Marguret (iooch, Jacob (lander (iro.o. (livens, W. II. Traylor Ham Itolwrts John Jufer. Amend Hchaefer, M.J. iloliiiann, A. It. Mntheuy K.T. lleniley I,. H.Ournur, Mrs.J ll.Owslty. II. I,. Fugaley, M.J. Morgan, It.O. Wiitkfiu, H.T. Hurrls. J.O.Hundley. It. ll.Orow. Mrs. Nannie i. flood, V. K. MuUlure, Anton Konecker, Anderson Unrr. W. M. Olshou. Fred Vniidrueulgun ,tl. I...u duvi T. I,. Ilaughuian nm . .1... Mrs. Itebeccii It. Carpenter PtIO IIIUIA, w. Kopni, in, r. uiwrtncu, JohnH. Leu, I. Hivlers, Tom Ferrlll, tUirlstli.il Jucob, W. W. rilliiau, Fred l'nyk, J. Nevlu Carter. Alex Too per. K. II. DonliHin, Mrs. W. (I. Welch, W. 1). (JoocU, II. O. Andersou, T. A. Kite. OusClelssl. lteulM.li Curtis, Chris Caiiieulsch, Tlnsley Hpooimmore Juntos Huiltli, A. I.. Curler, 1. W. Oartur, II. V. (Juloes, W. 1". Orlmes, W. M. Fields' J. Ullolticlaw, Mrs. Mattle White. It. K.dalues. W, K, Keetto, Mist Mary I'epplet, Jauiss Mvsser, Oklahoma's Land Sale One million six hundred thousand acres of vahtnblc farm and grazing land belonging to the State of Oklahoma, will be divided into farms of one hundred and sixty ncrcs each nnd sold to the highest bidder, on easy terms. AUCTION BEGINS DECEMBER 16, 1909, and continues for 21 days. The agricultural land has been nppraised at prices ranging from f 8.00 to $34.00 per acre. The average appraised value of the grazing land is about $2.50 per acre. first National of Suuiford, Ky Dec. I, 1909. $ 190,9 14 13,032 51.500 Btnling House and Other Rcsl Etude 9,496 Due from BaoVs 58,580 Due fiom U. S. Tretuuer 2.500 21,488 ChonW.nd LIABILITIES: Capital Stock Surplus Fund Earned Undivided Profit. Net Circulation RESOURCES: Loin, and Bond. Oradrafu U. S. Bond, and Premium 59 16 00 81 Reduced Railroad Fares Via THE HENDERSON ROUTE to all points in Oklahoma Tickets on sale the first and third Tuesdays in each munth and bear final return limit of t,venty-fiv- e days 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. For i j 83 Io, 00 47 Tub Christmas edition of the Jessa-minJournal was a daisy. Congratulations, Bre McCarty. $347,514 66 i POLITICAL. The nomination of William J. Mills to be governor of New Mexico was ordered f uvorably reported by the Senate Committee on Territories. Hon. II. D. Newcomb will introduco a bill at the coming session of the General Assembly to make it a capital offense to kidnap. This is well and by-all means tho proposed bill should a law. ae Five people were killed and more Lako than a score injured when Shore passenger train No. 1 crashed into a switch engine near Cleveland, O. William Traylor, a railroad switch- Individual Deposits man, was killed at Ludlow by his Due to B.dii brother-in-laJames McClure. Notes Reducounled William Dooley dropped dead Maysville while assisting his wife pare for a Xmas tree. -- $50,000 20,000 2.612 49,500 00 00 19 00 208,732 97 1. 329 70 t 15,340 00 $347,514 86 Regarding the price and the diverse route arrangement of the railrcad tickets, nlso the terms of purchase, payment and full description of the farm lauds, R. V. l'KNN, T. P. A., or J, P. GARDNKR, G. P. A. Full Information Write at ir- - - After 62 unsuccessful trials a Cincinnati woman has probably ended her life by poisoning. , J. S. HOCKER, Prcsideal; S. T. HARRIS. Vice President; JOHN J. McROBERTS. CUierj H. C BAUCHMAN. Aut. CashM; W. W. SAUNDERS, "The Henderson Route" Louisvillk, Ky. MyttsMl " 4mimmi I- - z J9k Pair .ciglcr Shoos Winter Cont Tnllor Suit Auto Scnrf Linen Squnro or Scnrf Fine Towels White Quilt Swcnter Cunts LET US HELP YOU. LOOK OVER THIS LIST OF USEFUL ARTICLES SUITABLE FOR GIFTS. Scrap Baskets Sowing - ; i BnkcU HnndkcrchicCHngs Collar nnd CuirBngi Mntch Scrntchcrs lint Tin Holders I'in Cushion Gloves Tabic Linen Sheer Handkerchiefs 5c Initial Handkerchiefs Glc Men's Initial Hnndkorchicf 10c Indies' Linen Initial Handkerchiefs 12$ Ladies' nil Linen Ilnndkcrchicfs 10c , Children's Hdkfs. in Itoxcs 10 and 15c Men's Fine Linen Hdkfs. 15, 25, 50c Neckwear ' 9 ' LOOK ON THE 10 AND 25 CENT COUNTER. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Stakfohd, Kt., Gold mkdal flour nt Georgo D, & SON, ' STANFORD KY. L. H. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin Go to Karris' for your Xmas candies, fruits and nuts. Then- - Look at White's dolls. - Di:-- Vaudeville You will find each those night at Xmas . 21, 1000 torlum presents for tho Some grent bargains In box paper aro being closed out to malco room for new stock at 1'cnny's Drug Store. at Karris'. Oysters, celery, Xmas at Karris'. Thcatorium. 1U cranberries PERSONALS. Miss Minnie Sing Is quite sick. Mk. J. M. I'llllXlfU Is In Cincinnati. W. A. Carson Is clerking for Sam Goldstein. GEoncB T. Farms, of Lancaster, was here Friday. t Miss Map. Josrs has gone to Dsn-vill- o oral system. to study tho Mns. J. F. LaKue, of Louisville. Is with the homcfolks at Rowland. Mr. J. W. Kider, of Louliville, spent Sunday with Mr C. It. Coleman. Mns. Nelue Urady, of Highland I'ark. is with tho homcfolks here. B. O. GooDE Is assisting In tho Xmaa rash at W. H. Hlgglns this week. Walter Singleton, who has been ill with typhoid fever, Is convalescing. Miss Dell Feland, of Danville, was the guest of Miss Marie Mahony. Vaudeville every night and Kc. at For nico holiday presents go to Muel - ler's jowelry store. . T o A nox of cigars will make a nico James II. Turner, of Jessamine To Rent. A houso of six Xmas present. Get ono of Shugars & county, a brother-in-laof Mesdamcs or seven rooms. W. W. White. Tanner. J. A. Walter and J. R. Harris, was To all parties holding treasurer claims kicked by a mule and an abrasion five Ik words fail, send a box of Dolly Shugars & Tun- - come in and get your tax receipt. inches long was mado in his abdomen. Vardcn chocolates, Your treasurer claims will now be paid He is in a hospital at Lexington and is ncr. in a dangerous condition. in full. T. J. Hill, Sheriff. Leave your orders with W. II. Hig- IN remitting for her paper to Aug. The Waynesbuag Deposit Bank has gins for your Christmas fruits, candies, our thanks for a beautiful calendar, 1011, Mrs. J. Walter Brdwn, formerly etc. which Cashier Stanley Mcintosh dis- of Garrard, but now living at Brad-docFor all kinds of fruits, candies and played good taste in selecting. N. D., pays the I. J. this compli-mennuts go to the restaurant; cheapest and "Credit me with $2 on the best TO TAXPAYERS LINCOLN COUNTY I and cheapest paper beat. in the world." Mrs. will have to advertise and sell your Mr. K. T. Carter, of Evansvllle, "What's Next!" The Graded School property after Jan. 1 if your tax is not Brown was Mrs. Butler Engleman, well known here. lm . hu tolnod his wifo at Mrs. Julia entertainment Thursday night Dec. paid in order to make my final settleHufthes'. 2trd. ment with the State and county. SetWhat's Next. A good crowd Meshaues Curtis and Wallace at Walton's Opera Houso Friday For Christmas candies, fruits and tle up and save this expense. T. J. Orchard, were callers Cnvi-.R- . of Crab evening to witness tho amusing three- nuts, cheapest and best, at J. D. Hor Hill, sheriff. at this office Friday. act farce comedy, What's Next, pre Mr. and Mrs. Geomju W. Phelts, ton's. News comes from East Lake, Tenn. semen Dy local laient under the manof Dr. and nt Mniiiiuin. were eaests For Rent. Splendid living ro6ms at that Mr. D. A. Twaddle, formerly of agement of Miss Bertha Jackson, who Mm. Clifton Fowler. college on Main Street sec. II. J. Mc this county, who has suffered from took the double role of Polly Poke and Mrs. J. W Alcorn and Mi Pattlo Roberta. cancer of the tounge for several years, Mary Ann Fogarty and acted them both Scelbach Alcorn were registered at the has had the meipber cut out at the most in Louisville last week. Wanted. Lady distributor and so root. Mr. Twaddle is in the mercan- home creditably, bhe is very much at on the stage and far above the K. CAMNlTZand Miss Edna licitor in Stanford. Dr. W. S. Burk MRS. H. tile business at the above place and is amateur in the management and direcguests hart, Cincinnati, O. Camnjtz. of Ilustonvllle, were doing well financially. tion of her company. Miss Sallie Tay of Mrs. George II. Cooper and daugh lor Woods made a charming Rose MadAttend tho exercises at Graded Frost. -- Mr. W. P. Frost diod at tcrs. School chapel noxt Thursday night and after a brief illness, aged 84. der, while as Gertie Gush, an old maid, Misses Alub Yantis and Kathleen enjoy some good music. Ho is survived by his wifa and three Miss Frances Cooper was exceedingly Walter, of Luncter, and Sadie Haugh- m ii. in children, Mrs. M. S. Ruiscll, of the good. Miss Bessie Yantis portrayed of Ilustonvllle. man and Ella Harnette, Fire Crackers For ..Sale. I have Mrs. Wallace, a fascinating widow in wcro guests of Miss llessio Ynntls. on hand a big stock of firecrackers for West End, being one of them. Mr. search of a husband, with much credit. Miss Maruarkt limn, of Stanford, tho holidays. M. O. Bastin, Rowland, Frost fought through the Mexican and Civil wars, being a gallant Confeder- Dr. Charles Chintzer, was represented of McKinney, Ky. and Miss Lena hck, ate soldier. Ho was n fine old gentle- by Mr. L. Wearen Hughes, who played are tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. tho difficult part splendidly. As Moses Xmas Trek. There will bo a Xmas man and will be missed in tho communAdvocate Davis on West Main street who has been tree for the Sundsy school children at ity where he was greatly beloved. He Madder, nn artist, with an eye to busiMrs. J. N. Menefee, Alt. Xenia school-hous- e next Friday moved from Henry county to Lincoln ness, Mr. John Owsley Reid showed with her ilaughters in Joplin, Mo., and himself a most capablo actor. His was in 1895. The burial occurred at tho past threo months, re- afternoon at 3 o'clock. Texas, for perhaps the heaviest part but he was delightturned home Saturday after a "When you all elect Judge M. C. fully equal to tho occasion. Phineas ful visit. Saulley governor, we will return to Firm. Mr. W. Peyton and wife have moved Kentucky," writes Mr. James Frye, of NewLick, has bought a S. Fish, of Poke was tho part assigned to Mr. WalMr. Ed Paint half interest ter Miliiurn and ho gave it most creditlawn from Middlesboro and are at tho Tulia, Texas. The prospects of Mr. in the Insurance business of Mr. R. B. ably. He made a fine member of the home of Mr. W. T. Smith. On Jan. 1 Frye's returning to Kentucky are mon- Mahony and will move to Stanford at deestrict school board and his make-uthey will take jxmcsslon of the farm strous good and he had just as well bo once. Mr. Fisji was formerly n travel- was so complete that few knew him. hovond Turnersvlllo ho bought some packing his duds. ing man and is well acquainted with Zeph Somers, a rustic with "Injuns' weeks ago. Fire. A house belonging to Mr. J. the people of Boyle, Lincoln, Casey and on the brain, was well acted by Mr Mrs. L. B. Hilton and Mjss Katie Rockcastle counties and therefore needs Russell Brown, who has had considerC. Florenco and occupied by Susan Cass, of Stanford, arrived Saturdny to no introductiondn theso counties, which able experience before tho footlights. visit Mrs. R. II. Batson. Miss Ethel Baughman, colored, caught fire about comprises Mr. Mahony's territory. He Elwood Totten, as Timothy Trenworth, Hilton, of Stanford. Is tho guest of her 12 o'clock Saturday night but the fire is a hustler and tho two will make a a wealthy Texan, in search of his sister. Miss Susio Hilton. Lancaster company responded so quickly that the strong team. Mr. E. D. Pennington daughter, was A 1. Prof. Ernest Gibflames were extinguished before much Record. will look after the offico while Messrs. son, as Willy Ntlly, the dudelet from Mabsey's family has mov- damage was done. Mr. Joiie Fish & Mahony are in the field. We Gotham, was very good and his efforts ed to the McKinney section to keep Hon. P. M. McRorerts is holding a understand that the firm is contem at courting vry amusing. Hubert Car his son. J. L. Massey. The special term house for of thy Casey circuit court plating adding real estate to their bus penter represented Michael McGilp, a older Mr. Massey will retain his posi- to try the case of Mrs. Garrison against Iness. bold, bad policeman, and made a first-rnt- e tion on Mr. Reid's farm near Stanford. Hugh Thompson, who killed Fred Gar one. A number of boys and girls give them up with regret. rison. Tho suit is for $30,000. Thomp Their friends NUNNELLEY. Yesterday morning at played school children in Act No. 1 and Dr. Carl S. Wheeler, of Lexing- son is represented by Judgo Saulley, J. his home on Lancaster street, Mr. P. P. their efforts brought forth much apton, addressed tho Mason Medical So- Boyle and George E. Stono. Nunnelley died at the advanced ago of plause. A Vocal solo by Miss Nancy ciety at Maysvillo. Tho lecture was 79. He had been in declining health Yeager was greatly enjoyed. Tho enwith very entertaining and was given Tilts office will Issue no paper next for the past year or two, but some the aid of stereopticon views. A good Tuesday, Dec. 28. Wo have published weeks ago a slight improvement was tertainment was a most creditable 'one from start to finish and those who took attendance was on hand. Lexington 1U2 papers this year and feel that we noted in his condition. This was only part are deserving of hearty congratuHerald. are entitled to skip one issue during tho temporary, however, and ho gradually lation. They worked hard to make tho glorious Yuletide. If you have any- grew weaker until the end came. Deshow a success and right woll did they LOCALS. thing of importance to print, hand it ceased was ono of Stanford's oldest and succeed. About $C5 was cleared, which best citizens,and had been nearly all his will go to tho Christian Endeavor SoLet White fill those Christmas stock In in time for next Friday's issue. ings. Discharged. After an examining life a resident of Stanford, though born ciety of the Christian church. in Pulaski county. Until a few years trial which lasted five davs Nathan W. ago A few more guns left at White's ho was a stock trader, but had Mrs. Cowan C. Smith, aged 75, is 'Pipes was acquitted of the charge of store. given up business on account of his ad dead at Richmond. giving Paris green to cattle belonging vanced age. In 165G he was united in boxes of chocolate See our Firo which originated in the kitchen to W. U. Cowan, also of the West End. marriage to Miss Moliie of for 35c. Ferris'. It Is to be hoped that further effort Madison, and to them wereTribble, two of George Theophilakos, a confectioner, . born Goods delivered anywhere in town on will be mado to ascertain the perpe- sons, Messrs. A. T, and James R. Nun- at Galveston, Tex., caused a loss estimated at $80,000. tho dastardly deed. trator of short notice. W. W. White. nelley, of thisl place. Besides his wife George Dunlap, aged 23, Fifty per cent of the wet vote pays and sons'he is survived by two broth G. Dunlap, of Lexington, son of W. A nice lap robo will make a good committed 25 per cent, ers, Messrs, u. M.:Nunnulley, or Henno property tax at all(and Xmas present. J. C. McClary. suicide in his room at Chicago. A gas if no poll tax even, says the Somerset rietta, Texas, and L. B. Nudnelley, of 'Another shipmeut of Rochester Journal anent the whisky victory in that this county, and one sister, Mrs. Aman jot was open and an empty vial which had contained carbolic acid was found ware received. W. II. Higgins town u few days since, Tho local option da Harris, of Stanford. Mr. Nunnelley beside the body. His friends say ho law firms was a devout member of the Baptist had been despondent for some time. Another shipment of shoes at committee has retained the & of Wesley & Brown, Denton Wallace, church and on each Sunday could be Whites'. Everyone can get a fit. found in attendance, and was in every and V. P. Smith to represent them in I way a most excellent man and will be Fnou now until Jan. 1st I will sell tho contest. greatly mined. Ho was a my stock of buggies, etc., at $10 to $15 A Richmond dispatch says: Milton man and a' more devoted husband oil of tho regular prices. E. T. Pence, Htuckol uentriil iiiiTclminll.olii lluitunMcCormack, known to every baseball and father never lived. His Bons were lllu on Mulii Hlrotil. Woll known ttitiulJr. Wrlto fur purlieu. fan in tha Braa Grass as ' Mac," who devoted to him and they with the faith- uiul trmio V. II. Mokhk. Wanted, to buy a good Lincoln coun- hus been spending a few days In Lex- ful wlfo did all In their power to make Inn to IluntouWIk', K. ty farm of the value of $20,000 to gono to his homo in Ilus- him comfortable and happy.' At his lato ington, has Address Lock Box 204, Stanford, tonvllle. When asked us to where ho homo at 2 o'clock, Rev. It. B. Ky. expected to play In the 11)10 season Mahony will conduct the funeral serWITH each 25c cash purchase you get "Mac" said ho was still under contract vices, after which all that is mortal of Tbe itockuoldere mm director, o( the chance on the beautiful $10 doll in our to Richmond, and would more than one of Stanford's best citizens will be People, Uaulc o( llurtonvllle ur requested a which we will give likely be on that team the coming sea consigned to mother earth in Buffalo to meet at ttie bank at 10 A. M. Hrlday, Deo. show window sod II. luiporUut budueuUtd Im trammeled, son. cemetery. Peace to his ashes . away. Shugars A Tamer. J. W, UosxiNs.Oariiler, New lino of fancy ginghams, calicoes ' otc, at White's store. Talk with me before buying a typemonth Is Xmas; sec tho line of writer, and see sample at my homo. T. W. II. Mueller, tho jeweler. A. Brackett, local agent for Standard Typewriter Exchange, New York. For presents that nro beautiful and lasting, go to W. II. Mueller. The little son born to Dr. and Mrs. Steelo Bailey, of Robinson, Utah, livid Something in brass makes most apbut two davs. The parents havo tho propriate Xmas gifts.. W. K. Warner. sympathy of their many friends hero. If you are looking for fresh oysters On Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 2?T and celery go to J. D. Horton's restau- we will have on display a few pieces of rant. pierced brass and an assorted lot of The exercises at the Graded School brass kettle jardiniers. Don't buy will be tho most interesting yet held your Xmas presents before seeing them. W. K. Warner. there. Next Xmas Goods We have a nice assortment of Christmas goods to eclcct that present from. Silk Umbrellas, with gold or pearl handle?, prices from 83.50 to S10. Nice fur sets from 80 to 125. Ladies' handbags from 50c to 87.50. Suit cases from 81.25 to 87.50. Silk Waist Patterns. An elegant lino of hnndker-chiefs- ,. coljars, tics, belt pins, novelties, scarfs, silk shawls', Ac. Also a large assortment of toys for the children, consisting of dolls, wagons, figures, Ac. Also a lot of Chinaware, consisting dishes, cake plates, &.c. of , . Wanted k, t: HUGHES, MARTIN" & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. USEFUL GIFTS Don't for the sake of being over nice buy useless things as gilts for tho HOLIDAYS. them. v m They don't "show up" well a week after you have given Often he laughs at the gift and its giver. for with them nlono jdo you do as act of good grace and only by them are you gratefully remembered. See what wo havo to oiler, then select. Buy Articles of Service and Utility p -- W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. M. G. MURPHY. J. W. ACTON. WINTER GOODS! Winter is now upon nnd it will pay you to look through our stock before buying. Tho best felt and over combination, former price 83.50, now 13.15. A regnlar 83 felt and overs 82.75, 82.50 for 82.25. A full liuo of Mens', Ladies', Misses and Boys' Rubbers. Men's extra Heavy double front Overalls, J4c. A full lino of solid lenther Shoes for all members of tho family. Hcraember wo carry a nico line--of Dry Goods, Notions, Hate, Caps,' l'linl'. Groceries, Qucensware, Hardware, Etc.. and quoto Dec. 15, subject to market fluctuations: Best Patent Flour 87o for 24 pound; 2nd pateat, 82c, Arbuckles' Coifeo 15o pound; Baking Powder 4c; Soda 4o packet and 2 pounds of keg soda for 5c;Matches lc box; fireproof standard oil 12c gallon or Inttian Refining Oil at snmo price. Wo still havo plenty of Ohio river salt, barrels, at 81.50. Eggs, 28c. 280-poun- d one-poun- d MURPHY A ACTON, Tho Cash Bargaiu 8tore, -- King's Mountain Ky. Bring Your Cattle and Mules to Stan lord. Nunnelley's New Stock .u.Yufds.,.. Aro now completed nnd tire ready for all kinds ol live, stock, with good covered pens nnd accomplenty of feed and water. First-claYour supmodations and charges reabouable. port aud patrouago cordially solicited. Phoiia No. 1. Court Day, Second Monday. FOR SALE kind-hearte- $30,-00- 0. y NOTICE! ' I. M. BRUCE. Assistant. 1 H FARMER'S DEPARTMKWT. Sixty young owes for dale. L. P. Nunnellcjr, Stanford. at Stanford at W. P. KIncaid bought Joe Rom' crop Mnltrtd in Oie tttmd-clxof tobacco 22,000 pounds at 15e. matter. cattle. W. For Sale. -- 25 P. Logan, Stanford, R. F. D. No. 1. Dan Traylor refuted $14,000 for his No. Jl, Houth.lltMr.it. farm on Logan's Creek the No., HOUtll.lOllJ A M. No.Ji,North,:OA. M. other day. North, No., IO:iBA. o:U r. M. M. No. 57, In Woodford county J. B. Winn Mo.r,t:top. y. sold 300 barrels of corn to Sam Mason The Interior Journal. rotl-Offict MASON'S MEET. NOTICE Wo ask the nntronaa home-srown I d L. &N.TIMETHBLE nf our friends nnd neighbor, for our nursorr Lincoln Lodge No. n K.A A. M. wll I meet stock. It Is cnrefullr selected, clean, thrifty nnd nnd ell grown. Trices are reasonable. AdI n stated communication on each nrst TKW tlitnt Monday nights of each month,!Htnn dress J.A.MoKKK, streect, o'clock In llilr hitll on main lodges nrc fraKing, Mountain, Lincoln I'o., Ky. ford, Ky. Members of sister ternally Invited to be present. T, V. Hoc. XHAS PRESENTS Ladies, Men and Boys. Our store'in full of useful iircwcnt, for Small Farm For RentI ...a lrn 150-acr- JOS. S. RICE, Agent. nt 3 delivered. R, G. Mrs. Nora flon.lknl.ht. fnrtumi fl.nvllL Avenue for rent for Ivw.nonr graded school unfnlllnit cistern and iKindt large and .. SVftn.1 limi.AB...l ...II..... iiiiuMT mm uuiiiuilH'S. wu Airs, tioou-nignt her town home on I.aneasler rTenue w rcntel plneo. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dontlst, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Pcttus, of the Prcnchersvillo section, bought of Wm. Naylor 50 barrels of corn at $2.50. HOME FORSAKE! 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Lndic, Gentlemen and lJjyg. W. L. Graham sold to S. C. NunoN Icy, of Lexington, four jacks for $2,-10- 0. Harrodsburg Herald. Henry C. Anderson bought tho J. M. OSes over Mcltoberta' Drug Storo in Elmore farm-1- 22 acres nt $35. It is Uio Owsley Building. located in tho Raid Hills section. Jack Sutton bought a gray stallion in I FARM FOR Rockcastlo a year ago for $125 and sold The form ot llOacrrs, of Rood blue grass him in Iowa the other day for $1,000. land, ljrlna one mile Norm or ,MCKinnejr,on J. K. Baughman took to Moreland n lbs Htanford pike. Improvements and wagon full of tobacco and leucine prood; plenty of water nnd fruit. Alio lirt acres of timbered land one mile Who can beat JCaat'of MoKlnnershalf under fonce; plenty got a check for $625.25. I water nnd good tobacco land. Hee grow that? J.A.OIVKNH.ABom, I crop. McKlnney.Ky. A Jersey steer camo to my place Dec. 1. Owner can get same by payWinter Stock. ing for this notice and its keep. G. W. Fall lfara nur mpntara taken br a tailor of ex Statem, Bowen, Ky. perlence. Then your clothes, wbetheru low A small, red heifer, dehorned, came prlee business suit or the finest evenlne lothes. will haro that Individuality and nt to my place about three months ago. were made to which plainly indicate tliey your nivaeuro. 1 will alto take your tneas-r- e Owner can get her by paying for this for etra trousers, fancy vests, top Stanoats' and overcoats. Kail and Winter notice and her keep. J. C. Lynn, samples on hand ready for your inspection, ford. " U.O. IiUl'LEY. The Tailor. S. W. Moss raised 2.SS5 pounds of to Htanford, Ky. ' acres and bacco on one and eight-tenth- s sold It at 15 cents per pound, which CUT FLOWEHS FOB SALE! amounted to $432.75. Lancaster ReI can furnlih the public with the belt, ai well as the freshest of cut flowers, plants of cord. all kinds, bulbs, potted (lowers, on short J. H. Baughman sold to W. B. Rob aotlce. Also make n specialty of wreaths lor for funeral purposes. mulo for inson, of Boyle, a In connection with the nbove, I bare all xtads of vegetables on hand at reasonable $250 and to W. B. Burton, of Lancasprices. mule for the same ter, a OIIUISTMAN flllKKN HOUSES, Ed HuunAiiD, 1'rok. money. Htanford, Ky. For Sale. 20 extra nice yearling mare mules, cattle, a pair of foturts .Tobacco and Tobacco three and four years old, and a pair of larns. John G. horse mules, fat. SALE iL.N!. Anrons sending a skstth and description ms? fratrklf ascertain rtir opinion fr W9 "n, uTinttan UprobAblfMtfnfKMv UnnatiiriMlrmnfldonllai. MIND Bui . on I'atMitj sent fre. OMmi f ner fur surinrfptit. 'atenta fakn tfiroush Warm A Co. rtcttrs ttrt4l no(kff. without charts, la tb A hsndsomelr lllnilrsIM weeitr. Lsrc.t of nr .rt.nlino fnurn.l. Terras. II a tmm four months, L eolU by all newsdealers. One story cottage of eight rooms nnd all Kvcry (Icpnrtineiit is now at lt I)ct and we want every one who luti any necessary oiitbuildlniis. I.nt ciiiitnlii. one. noro, divided Into cow lot on which Is roomy idea of making u Clirixtmns gift t n man or lioy to come in and ecc the use-(Irnrn, buggy house, corn crib, etc. (lood garden spot. This Is n desirable place, locatthings a man i cure to. njiprcciute. ed on corner of Whitley nnd Miller streets. If it'ri to be it Suit or Overcoat wo have the licet makes in the country A. II II0LT7.0LAW, Htanford, Ky. from SURVEYING AND CIVIL NEERING. ENGI- two-hors- e Trade Marks OHIONa Copyrights Ac and Scientific American Srsocb OOoit, 31 T BU Wstblnstoo. I. C HENRY I am lire pure I toilo all Vlnds of surveying and civil engineering uromntlr. Mr work will bo guaranteed nnd my prices are reasonable. Write mu nt McKlnner or cnll me over the telephone through tho llustonvlllc Jf it's to ho u Silk Scarf or Muliler wo havo an unusually handsome asr.xciinuge. WALrKHMcKlSNKY, sortment from 60c to $!!.00. Hero's 11 now frosh stock of LidieV and Mcu'a IIundkcrchiefn from 5 to fiOc. Then there arc lined and uulined Gloves, Fur Cnjn audIIaU of every You nre hereby notified that Tom Harris, uu i. nuw ronuneii in me mate itenucnti-nr- r ind. Hosiery, Suspenders and tho most beautiful collection of gentlemen's for sliootlnc one Klarlus (Irrpr. will make application to tho mate lloani of Neckwear ever shown here. All in handsome boxes. rrison twmmissioners nt rrnnkfort, Ky., igoii. on Tuesday. IheTtb dav of for a larole from said Penitentiary, Wit ness inv hand this Nolmlwr w. luw. TOM IIAltniH. $7.50 to $25. NOTICE! t. . -- TttttTfTtT4t"m-r Fruit And Ornamintal Trias den. Catalogue on Application. ! l'r..lthlH. fn.ilMk.hl f WATTERSON'S PAPER Weekly Courier Journal -- .. ...rl.. SONS, No Agents. H. F. HILLENMEYER & SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. three-year-ol- d Lexington. Ky, FARM FOR SALE 0RRENT. Contains to acres, t tobacco land In the county. Hi miles from MeKlnnev. Will rent, lias two dwellings, one of four rooms nnd the other of two rooms. Two orchards of nearly It') trevs. Tobacco lanrn mat win nom uiacres 01 tooncco enrupesi furm la Kentucky nt price, ('. U. HUAWNKU. McKlnney, Ky 1 lCJ-han- d d Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, Insure with me and ho fully protected. Lynn, Hustonville. STANFORD, KY. Ilesldenco Phone 3: Ofllce, 06. CONCRETING " s you promptly nnd guarantee work ana material. Onll and set our prices avion? you iiuy your material ai least. first-clasf, We are In position to do nil kinds of such ns Block Work, Tavcmonts we can muke nnv thine from r kase down ton fence st. Wo can serve vi. In fact, PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. INSURANCE. Insures Tobacco, Tobacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life. Live Stock, Health and Accident, Plate Glass.Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount. . B. MAHOISY were on the Danville market yesterday and the demand was good. A bunch of steers sold at 42c. The horse and mule markets were quiet. wagon team 1 HAVE an wagon for sale. Also a horse for sale; or I will trade him for a good driving horse. This horse will weigh about 1,500 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 tuberculosis, which affects Cows, there Is a large demand for the milk, and at present it commands a price of $1 par gallon in the cities. This milk can be produced cheaper than cow's milk and it will always command a higher price. Bargain. 354 acres of good land, of which 100 acres is bottom land, eight-roodwelling, two good stock barns, eight-year-ol- d ld - Danville Court. About 40 cattle sell or New Stock of Oliver Plows at .AND. The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR TRIBBLE & PENCE, Furniture ami Undertaking. Day Phone U8. Night Phono lM. ONLY $1.50. Few people In tbe United States have not l. .Democratic beard of tbe In all tblncs, fair In all things, clean In all things. It Is essentially a family paper. Dy a special arrangement we are enabled to ofL one fer tbe WEEKLY" year and this paper for tbe price named aboTe. Bend your subscription for tbe combination to ns not tc tbe Oourler-Joa- r Courier-JournaCOUUIKB-OUUNA- Stanford, KentucHy. RNE FARM IN GARRARD COUNI TY FOR SALE W. H. J,L.Beazley&Co., HHHHBP9RLjsimIh '9flLlflMs9 new tobacco barn, 36x96, ice house, buggy house, two corn cribs, etc., two good cisterns, tho whole farm being well watered, well fenced and lavs well. Will sell as a whole or cut 200 acres with improvements, to suit purchaser, which includes 100 acres as fine bottom land as there is in the county. This is a bargain. See L. R. Hughes, Stanford, Ky. A special from London says: The en ormous figures of $280,000 has been re fused for Bayardo, the champion En glish and as far as turf history goes this is the record offer for a race horse. Bayardo headed the list of winning horses on the English turf with a total of 2133,995, and as a he made nearly $67,000, which brings his total figures to date to over $200,000. This, added to the price refused for him now, leaves him the most valuable horse ever foaled. A Bring" A flno blue grnts farm for sale situated on newplke near I'olnt Lvitell and six miles south of Ijiiicuslrr. containing SUJ acres, well located In good neighborhood, being part of the Jobu Wnlkrr tract, with a handseven-roosome new, residence thereon, with allnetwtsaryoutbiilldliiiisand good, new burn UOi. Well Mnlereil. six never falling springs and creek running through. Tkkmh. ! In hand, balance one nnd two ycara from dny of sale, tearing six per cent Interest until utld. I'ersons looking for such olncu please write W. O. Walkkh, htunlord. or see two-stor- y HIGCINS, I Stanford, Kentucky. ch J Cbc Lincoln Capital, Surplus, Resources, mm national Bank , K REWARD. Of Stanford, Kentucky. Your Printing' To r llavlui; suffered considerable annoyance and damage from outlaws. In breuklng gate aowu latches iwm tearingcounty nnu uesiruying on the mv road that run. thrminh mr farm. I have concluded to offer a ruwaru lor inioriiiituuii leiming iu tue conviction of such fierson or iwrsons. I wllltberefore give tne sum 01 xai lor inior. mutliiu Ivadliw to the urre.t and conviction of any party or parties, that hate broken S: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT W.:M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, tne lutciiv.on any l my gnius.nr iiuii ttutes inur J- - W- - ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. uwni ilnM it nr torn down any of mr J. B. PAXTON. on the county road which tuns from the H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER Hustonville turnpike 10 tne jniiiwigutiiie turnpike, through my farm nnd I will give HtfYS FOSTfcR. CLERK. the uiine BiiiuXinl for lllformiltloll leading to tbe arrest and conviction of liny party or nurtles who III tbe futuro commit any of the OIREOTORSt aoove oueiise.. Witness my nana tuis iuiii ony 01 aujuh II I LU rill. T.J. llw. .1. 1J. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford John U. Foster, Stanford; Y. II. Shauks, Stanford; T. O. IUu- kiu, Lancaster; J. H. Pax ton, Stanford; V. II. Traylor, $5O,O0O.00 40,000.00 340,000.00 NOTICE! Scolded Boy's Shrieks UuderUKers ami Embalm en. Also Dealers iu Tbey will exchange Furniture for all Kind of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. horrified his grandmother, Mrs. Maria Taylor, of Ncbo, Ky., who writes that, when all thought he would die, Buck Ion's Arnica Salve wholly cured him. Infallible for Hums, Scalds, Cuts, Corns, Wounds, Bruises Cures Fe Bolls, Skin Eruptions, Chllbluins, Chapped Hands. Soon routs Piles. 25c at Penny's Drug Store. ver-Sore- s, The INTERIOR JOURNAL Office Y4NFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McCIary, .. 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 tho farm; he gleans in the grain fields for the wastage in harvest ing, alio in the orchards for the fallen fruit, and no other animal can fill his place in services of this character. . Insure your Tobac co and Tobacco Barns in the West End Insurance Agency. Get your policies written right in a good company by Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; II. Cummius, l'reachersville; Lilhurn Gooch, Gilberts Crook. XV. HI WINTER TOURIST TICKETS TO THE W.J. CAMPBELL, Hustonville, Ky. SOUTH and SOUTHEAST ON SALE DAILY JjL J stomach with tablets. Relief comes In stantly and cure results by building up the stomach? and putting strength Into It They cure Indigestion, or G. L Penny will give you your money bacic. Large box, 60o Ml-o-n- a Help your run down Best Seven windows were smashed at the new Capitol at Frankfort when a atick of dynamite which workmen were thawing out, exploded. Work Lowest Prices . m . anywhere, hat Its ranw. fain UcongcUlou. pabi Is blood pressure nothing site usually. At least, so saji Dr. bboop. and to rot. It be has rreuUl a IRtlo pink Ublct. Thai tablet callsd Dr. Hhoop's Iltsvdacbe Tablet ooaxM blood pressure away from pain centers, lueflact Is charming, pleasingly delightful, tiently though safely, It surely equaUiat tbe blood circa. Utlou II you hare a heidarbs. It'l blood pressure. with if It's painful period restless, women, same causa. nervcus. It t wood It you are sleepless, eoagottlon blood vreuur. That surely is a Headache TablusH Bertalnty,forl)r.6hoops it la minute, and th tablsu simply dlstrlbuU . lb unnatural blood pressure. BrulM your Unger, and doetn t It get red, and well, and pain jour Of odium It doe. It s coo. gesUpn. blood pnwsure. You'll dud It where pals It1 simply Common Sense. FsJa In the head-p- aia PAIN QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31it, 1910 For Fall PsrtlcnUrs, csll ea, or writ II. C KINO. P. 4 T. A--. 101 E. Msia St., Uilstftos, Kj. IU, tsvVirtaker. Embalmer ard Itsjalorln Harness, Saddler), STANFORD, IN KY- Homejflioo Charles W, Monks, who once owned the great pacer, Joe Patchen, died suddenly on an elevated railway in Chicago. A, plrl baby was left on the doorstep taOBlf, 1. f L. E; Bowman at Lexington. Make your homo as modern for your family a a city residence, uud place yourself in u noaitiou to get tho latest market quotations at any time. This can bo accomplished by means of our telephone service, which you uud your neighlnrs can get for a sum that is small compared with rTsUatcenu.udcburluUr ncoaaaasd tho benefits received. Ctll oc uddresi our uearcst ofllco or writo direct to headquarters, Nashvlllo, Tiiiin., for Information regarding our special "Formers' Liue" rate. If you are not nt present enjoying telcplioua service, we can immediately interest you. Our Hues cover the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana aild the Southern portion of Indiana and EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL, CO. Illinois. (INCOHrOHATKDI PENNY'S DRUG STORE. MH. FAKMKH; RURAL TELEPHONES. Dr. Shoop's ll Headache TabUts