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H LA IjTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL r 1 fOL XXXVII j rSTAMFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 241909 N0 87- r i J4 f i IlION HARVEY HELM t Some Nice Things The Papers of This District Arc Saying About Him Anderson News In another column of this haua we take pleasure In announcing Hon liar vey Helm as a candidate to succeed himself to Congress Mr Helm needs no word of com mendation from ui to Introduce him to the people of this county and nothing which wo could add In any degree to tho high esteem In which ho ii held in the hearts of our citizens Mr Helm is now serving his second term as Itepre sentatlve in Congress of the people of s the Eighth Congressional District and I we believe ttyit wo can truthfully say that with all the illustrious men who have so ably represented that district t no one of them baa given more general satisfaction than has he There is no constituent of his however humble who hat bualneas of any nature before Congress who cannot receive hiaid and best efforts by simply the asking of tho favorand many of their grievances which have for years been standing bo tl tore that body have been adjusted by his efforts To the people of Anderson county ho haa more than a passing claim For the past 40 years they have labored before Congress to have an allowance made for a federal building at Ithllplace Mr Helm secured an ap I propriation In his first term for a public building site here and already the site I has been purchased and we are waiting for a suitable appropriation In order to erect the building Mr Helm at the t last session Introduced a bill for a hand some appropriation for this building but owing to tho wrangle which then 4 existedover the tariff bill he was un to get his bill through He pro Ilable to take it up at this session and l if possible secure a proper allowance The people of this county are satisfied wllI ing that he Is more capable of carrying out tho Work than some one who is yet to be tried and it will be an uphill business for any one to carry the coun ty over him Mr Helm on his way to Washington City last week was inter viewed by Mr Watterson and In reply to the question would ho bo a candi folIIMondays Couritrr Journal- S I will certainly be a candidate to succeed myself in Congress There Is no precedent in the Eighth Kentucky w District for twoterm Congressmen and such a precedent should not bo esta- b1lIehed My predecessor served eight years and his predecessor for 12 The last years of their service were those that wero most useful to their con y stituents I have never made the state ment that I would not be a candidate for the third term Several of the Democratic Con greesionalCommittee in Kentucky havo already met and fixed tho time and method for nomlcatinpr Congressmen The same should be done in the Eighth district to avoid complications with the State races which are already attract ing attention Uarrodsburg Herald In this Issue lion Harvey Helm of Lincoln county announces for reelec tion to Congress Mr Helm has repre sented tho district in a very able man ner fof two terms and Is asking an In dorsement for the good work he has ac complished Elsewhere In this issue Is published an Interview taken from the CourierJournal in which he gives his reasons why ho should be returned to his seat In Congress He gives good reasons why there should be no op oJposition is toasking for apthird termed t NewsI of lion i Harvey Helm of Lincoln county as a candidate for reelection to Congress from thlll district subject to the actionI r of the democratic party appears in the News this morning I Congressman Holm is now serving his second term having succeeded the lato G G Gilbert three years ago It was a popular move on the part of a large number of Shelby county friends that induced Mr Helm to enter the race for tho first term and they are still loyal in their support and advance a number of excellent reasons why ho should be honored with a third term It Is a recognized tact that Congress- menI are unable to accomplish very much during their first term and the main reason that tho Representatives from Eastern States secure BO much more fur their constituents than their colleagues from the South is because they are returned to Washington term after term while the people of the South seldom send the same Represen tative to Congress more than three terms In succession Mr Helms friends claim ho la just now getting In a posi tion to bo of benefit to our people and that another term will enable him to complete work ho has started Another reason they advance Is that Mr Helm Is widely known over the die tract and can probably poll a larger vote In the general election than any new man When the scant majorities of the past tow years in this district are taken into consideration is a matter that should have careful consideration especially if the democratic representa tion In Congress M to be increased Lancaster Record Tho announcement of lion Harvey Helm to succeed himself in Congress appears fh this issue Ho has been true and faithful to tho people of the dish tract and in every act and utterance his loyalty to the principles of the demo cratic party has been clearjy manifest ed Ho haa served on several impor tant committees discharging his duties faithfully and he claims that he is now better prepared to serve his peeplo that it requires considerable time to be come acquainted with the rules and methods that must be observed in the work of Congress Shelby Sentlnal The card of announcement of Con gressman Harvey Helm for the demo cratic nomination appears In this Issue Mr Helm has been in Congress several terms and ho again seeks the nomina tion at his partys hands The record of Mr Helm is an open book to every voter In the district and little heed lie added on that score In the present Congress a public building for Shelby vlllewill baoiloof his alms t Richmond Climax In this issue of The Climax appears the announcement of Hon Harvey Helm for reelection to Congress from this district Mr Helm is hour serving his second term Since his election Mr Helm has worked faithfully to servo his constituents and has put forth his best efforts In their behalf and interests of the Democratic party Jessamine News In this issue will bo found the an nouncement of lion Harvey Helm of Stanford as a candidate for reelection to congress from the Eighth congres sional district Since a member of congress Mr Helm has made a most excellent record for himself and has done some very effective work for his district Jessamine Journal Congressman Harvey Helm in Washington made the following statement relative to his candidacy for reelection q shall certainly be a candidate to succeed myself in Congress There Is no precedent In the Eighth Kentucky district for two term Congressmen and such a Ireedent should not be estate lished My predecessor represented the district for eight years and his pre decessor for 12 and the last terms of each were thou that were most useful to their constituents I have never male the statement that I would not bo a candidate for the third term Sever al of the District Congressional Com mittees in Kentucky haVe already met and fixed tho time and manner of nom mating Congressmen I consider It ad vhablo to do the same in the Eighth district to avoid complications with the rags for State offices which are already beginning to attract attention Mr Helm Introduced a batch of now bills at the opanlng days session of Congress among which one approprl sting 100000 for the erection of a public building at Shelbyville where the free city delivery essential to an ap propriation for public buildings is about to be inaugurated He will also introduce a similar bill carrying a small er amount for a building at Lancaster and has In preparation a bill fora build ing at the postof flee receipts are showing a gratifying Increase Ills other bills introduced were for the most part of a private character seeking the relief of pensioners ahd claimants in his district Ills bills to make Perryville a National Park and appropriating money toerect a public building on the site already se lected at Lawrenceburg have been printed and referred to the proper com mittees Shelby Record In view of the fact that Congressman Helm said last Monday to a correspondent of the CourierJournal I will certainly be a candidate to succeed myself in Congress There is no precedent in the Eighth Kentucky district for two term Congressmen and such a precedent should not be established My predecessor served for eight years and his predecessor for 12 The last years of their services wero those that were most useful to their constituents I have never made the statement that I would not be a candidate for the third term Several of the Democratic Con gressional Committees in Kentucky havo already met and fixed the time and method of nominating Congress men The same should be done in the Eighth district to avoid complications with the races for State offices which are already attracting attention I his official announcement which appears In this issue brings no surprise to his friendsMr Helm is personally very popular throughout the district and has been an indefatigable worker for his constit uents He is now serving his second term and la at Washington attending to bis official duties His personality coupled with with his untiring efforts to do his cry bet for the peoplp qfhl district have created a sentiment in his favor that would be hard for say one who may oppose him for the nomina Lion to overcome His record as a Congressman and a democrat is above reproach and If nominated he will be elected without doubt even though the district Is close Ut Vernon Signal In this issue appears the announce ment of lion Harvey Helm as a candidate for renomination for Congress from tho Eighth Kentucky District Mr Helm has served his people faith fully and well and as such now conies before them asking another indorse ment Relative tohts asking for a third term which some have said he should not do Mr Helm gave the In terview which appeared In the Courier Journal Valley View Argent In this issue will be found the an hpuncement of Hon Harvey Helm for Congress to succeed himself Mr Helm is well and favorably known hero where he has addressed the Democratic club In behalf oCthe Democratic ticket The paper here publiahesjthe Courier Journals interview with Mr Helm Kills Her Foe of 20 Years Ifhe most merciless enemy I had for 20 years declares Mrs James Duncan of Haynesvllle Me was Dyspepsia I suffered intensely after eating or drinking and could scarcely Vlcop After many remedies had fail ed and several doctors gavo mo up I tried Electrlo 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 Lou of Appetite Kidney Trouble Lame Back Female Complaints lts unequaleii Only boo at Pennys Drug Store Richard J Pigg a prominent citizen lot Laurel county is dead I i 1MM111Mtl i Mh1MlM t A1f111 MgM M11MM Pl PIlM1lllMflt ar M ea aetrwrtvwvvv ePeVVVw +vo lVrl at this season of the year theres many ajper ilJust is wondering what to give a man for ij The masIi know i after Christmas hell be coming in here to bUY21 something he wants that you could have given him for a present Ii ff SUGGESTIONS FOR CHRISTMAS 1 a One of our HART SCHAFFNER MARX Suit or Overcoats i 5c 2 Name the man and we will fit filmc1r other things for men in a store like thisjn6t BocQstly as 2 iClotfieequite as acceptable and useful v J 2 Finn Neckwear 60c to 200 tia it4 IiUmbreUI up to 81250 Y l s I i8100 to 8400 ivfGIIrr25o to 200ty 1 j 2 Hose 8 150 and 8200 jV 1 Socks 8100 ff 2 iiSilk f pair Hole Proof Sock81 50c ttMufflers dainty styles 2 r12 Patent leather Shoes to fit I 2t1 2 Mens Jewelry Sets of all sorts 2 E These are only a few suggestion We can not citnloguc the whole stockr JJ Come in andsee We will help you find some useful article that your Z friend will appreciate 2- jI Cummins Wearen i STANFORD KENTUCKY if tr HPl1lAA MIAMAAMAiPM1MIIdVV a1 VfIVfiVV1 AVt I IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Pineville capitalists purchased the electric light plant at Barbourville Dr J B Boiling an aged physician of Perryville fell and broke his hip The Junction City Graded School will give a Christmas tree at Maccaben Hall tonightGilbert Mason aged 66 years a wealthy farmer of Madison county is dead of pneumonia Mrs Boston Naylor of the Brvants villa section was burned to death by her dress catching from an open grate The wife of William Ferrill was burn ed to death at her home two miles from Parkavlllo Her clothes caught from an open grater While John Christopher and his wife of Madison were in Richmond buying Christmas tricks their 4000 home burned No insurance John II Burgin a Q C brake man whoso house was at Danville was found dead on the top of a box car just after his train had come out ofn tunnel at Lansing Tenu Lee Woolery a Madison county farmer arrested on the charge of shooting up an L N psssenger coach was fined 50 and given 20 days in jail for carrying concealed weapons and held to the grand jury on the shootbglcharge MIDDLEBURG The Green River church people have sold their chandeliers and will install gasoline lights The late zero weather made loafing allowable and some oCpur professionals got in full time C C Rogers has traded the hotel at Yosemite to W T Royalty for 15 acres of land adjoining that town Football is quite a favorite game on the school grounds here of late Our old friend William Wheat is very fond of the sport and goes up every day lor- a round with the boys He gets his shins bruised occasionally but he grins and endures it w thutcomplalnt Mr Joseph Cox who has a very fine orchard 6n his farm near Willow Springs showed us an apple Saturday that was a thing of beauty It was perfectly shaped and weighed 18 ounces Mr Cdx understands the rais ing of fruit and takes a delight in the business There will be a Christmas tree hero some time during the Holidays vlt is being gotten up by the Bible class of the Baptist Sunday school and the principal object Is to make presents to the poor children of the community Mrs Laura Lee Mrs William Wheat W C Bryant and R B Young and others are working at it and they al ways succeed Praventlcs those Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely and quickly check all colds and the giip Tryiheni once and seel 48256 Sold bj Pen dys Drug Store VWfWiVVliffsillVfd slllAflMMMi 1 11 A1 i1WA4- t Xmas Goods1 I ID y AVc will show you the nicest line of Xmas goods from all the foreign patterica ever shown here Dinner Ware Novelties BricaBrac anfCom munity Silverware Carving Sets and otberjthings too numerous to mention Come and see us and you will agreejwith us I fl GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 188- 2CAPITAL 0 STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 r HAS PAID2IN DIVIDENDS 216500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes forUss of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICERS v J S Hocker Presidents S T Harris Vice lresident vt John J McRoberts Cashier H fa Baughman Asst Qashr WWSaunders Bookkeeper DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman M D Elmore J M Pettus H C Banghraan J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson W B OBannon J S Hocker C E Tate H B NORTHCOTT Dealer in Live and Dressed Poultry Eggs Ice Coal Wool Hides Furs Salt Lime Gin seng and Feathers f PHONE 35 LANCASTER KY BRANCH HOUSE STANFORD KY Thiinnan K Tudor Mgr Telephone No 1C3 H B NORTHCOTT Stanford 1It The Interior Journal WALTONfiI HON l4ARVEYHELM reoIIStghtlxreratleparty As a Christian nation how should we observe Christmas 1 Every holiday is a time ofgladness and cheer but Chris has greater reasons for rejoicing 1tlwlany other holiday It is well to celebrate it with gifts for the wise t men presented gifts to the infant king at His birth Songs of rejoicing are proper for the angels did their best birthWOlship toI ry are not befitting the occasion Christ mas is not the time foc pyrotechnic dis ofJulyt our Ktntucky towns and cities prohibit fire works at Christmas and properly a shouldjoinsee to it that our municipal laws on this subject are enforced this Christmas and not have the scenes of a year ago re thusfgreatest of all Holidays USENATOR BRADLEY and other prom 11nent Republicans tried ener to have Judge Holt of Louis villa appointed Minister to Switzer I Washington cees President Taft however sent to I the Senate the nomination of L S dlplottDlatic haveifJ thl to recog size Dr Cooks claims as the discover tbattclaim from the records submitted theFknownkj data were said to have been deficient in every way I CONSIDERABLE of our first page is de voted to comment on Hon Harvey Heltna race for Congress copied from n I4at carefully peruse it Mr Helm has faithfullywill be given a third term He deserves ic andshould have it THE steamship eneralGrant arrived at New York with 2999 emigrant im the steerage and 748 first class pas sengers This breaks the record fo emigrants on one ship by over 200 an more The return of better times is fcringing laborers to this country by the thousands a great many of whom left the hard times following the Iduring 1907 unspeakable Deboe is spoken o for Governor by some of the Western il Kentucky republicans What was it Ii the voodchuck said just before taking JitaflightYtNEW YORK has built 32 churches and yearsGotham1i4 POLITICAL Hon J A Sullivan of Richmond says he will certainly be a candidate for CongressA hilton of Wayne county Is I candidate for a place on the State Boar of ControliIlInation of Hush UJMcKee as poet II roaster at Atlanta Ga Zelayafof Nicaragua by Congress IPresident H Lurton was consthe Senate as Associate Supreme Court No oppisi ht h appearedIf i Harris of Kansas died suddenly in Chicago at the home of a relative J Heart disease was given as the cause I ef death C Secretary Dickinson has decided to i appoint J P Fyffe of Chattanooga r f Tenn Chief of the Panama Canal Zonej police to succeed Gilbert Porter The salary is 4000 a year if The Mann white slave tragic bill I recently agreed on by the House Com Coma W House by Chairman MannJJYTheSenate upo ithe inauguration of an inquiry o Itthe BallingerPinchot controversy by a resolution introduced by fofr time Senator Jones of I ItWashington stated that if no one else ryp inquicr i W F Pittrata ef Beyte will Intro duce a bill in the Le riatoture appro priating 3000 to build a park around the Confederate monument on the battlefield of Perryville A general river andlharbor bill will be reported about the first of February according to Chairman Alexander of the House Committee on Rivers and Harbors It will carry much more than 90000000 NEWS NOTES Fred Salesman accidentally shot and killed his nine year old brother in Louis villeWesley Gullion agedK75 froze to death whllelgoing from Carrollton to EnglishJudge Benjamin S Liddon of Mari sons Fla formerlChicf Justice of the Supreme Court of Florida is dead Hanecy Donnelly a soldier at the Fort Thomas barracks was given 20 years for killing his cornmonlaw wife Alice Hicks Donnelly By action of their respective boards of directors thee Merchants National Bankbf Cincinnati was absorbed by the FirstNational Bank RoyE Tingle an L N brake man died at Lexington as the result of Injuries received in a wreck betwetn that city and Louisville While going to dinner from business at Mt Sterling John Freehan a former councilman was stricken with paraly sis and died in a short time A financial melon involving a550 000000 stock distribution is said to be planned by the Consolidated Gas Company thellNew York lighting com bane Charles L Warriner deposed treas urer of the Big Four railroad pleaded guilty to embezzlement in the Common PleaalCourt at Cincinnati and was sen tenced to serve six years in the Ohio penitentiaryFive were burned to death In afire that destroyed a frame dwelling in SherwoodJPark Yonkers All the dead were members of the family of Theodore Frederick who lost his life in the fire together with his wife and their three children SupremeeCourt of the United States denied petetion of Harry K Thaw for a writ of error to the Court of Appeals of New York in the case in which Tha frosthe Matteawan asylum Gov Deneen of Illinois ordered sigh companies of the Illinois National Guard to be ready to proceed on call to East St Louis or Belleville to pro tect the Negroes under arrest on sus picion of murdering the conductor of a street car at East St Louis Saturday nightThe jury in the case of the State vs Garrett Johnson and Arthur Cloar alleged leaders of the Reelfoot Lake night rider band and charged with the murder of Capt Quentin Rankin filed into Judge Jones courtroom Tuesday at Union City Tenn and reported that they could not possibly agree on a vcr judty A triple murder and suicide occurred at Pittsburg Laurel county when William Murray a miner shot and kill ed Elbert Cole Mrs Murray wife of the slayer and Mrs Murrays mother thfe upon which resulted in death Family estrangement said to have been duo to Murrays objections to the alleged attentions of Cole toward Mrs Murray is given as the cause of Murrays act CHURCH MATTERS The ladies of the Baptist church of Danville took in 169 at their bazaar held on last Saturday Rev Alfred A Higgins will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning at 11 oclock Rev John Christopherson of Lex Christiedmorn and evening A full attendance of the is desired 9Thewill worship with the Baptsits Sunday morning and night Rev J J Dickey will preach The Methodist Sunday school will meet with the Baptist Sunday The offering and exercises of the Sunday school will be deferred un the repairs on the Methodist church completed Young Girls Are Victims ef headache as well as older womenr but all get quick relief and prompt cure from Dr Kings New Life Pills the worldff best remedy for sick and nervous headaches They make pure- blood and strong nerves and build up your health Try them 25o at Pennys Drug Store Another indictment in connection n with the sugar underweighlng frauds was found Special Assistant Attorney General Dennison announcing that the Federal grand jury had indicted Thomas thnArbuckle sugar refinery in Brooklyn The East Orange N J grand jury found two indictments against the three Wardlaw sisters charging them with having caused the death of young Mrs Ocey W M Snead who was found dead in a bath tub in an unfurnished room JB an Kaet Orange house YATRri IAL Grover Sweareagiau d Miss Bertha Lane were married fta yesterday- w J Biggerstafftia prominent Con federate veteran died at Lexington Samuel Ashley and Miss Lula Evans each 17 were married at James Evans yesterdayFloyd aged 18 and Miss Daisy Lyons 21 were married at Green Martins Wednesday AdaCarter aged 17 and Miss Nan ale Lucas 22 were married at Rev Taylors in Casey this week J H Brandenburg and Miss Nellie Potts a popular young couple of Rich mond were married in Lexington Hiram Winkle a widower of 50 and Miss Mollie Wright 23 were married at the clerks office by Judge Owsley yesterdayJ iHoltzclaw and Miss Bettie Catherine Perkins wero married at Mrs Kate IDudderara on the 22nd Hr Holtzclaw is a well todo farmer and a mighty good citizen while his brldelis a pretty and attractive young woman The INTERIOR JOURNAL offers its congratulations to the happy pair Clarence Hardin son of Mr George R Hardin of Bellevue and Miss Etta Florence Moore of Morgan this State will be married at 2 oclock P u at the brides home on Jan 1 Mr Hardin is a cousin of Mr Marshall Stone of this office and la well known here His prospective bride is said to be exceedingly pretty and universally popular Matt L Myers and Miss Mary Eva line Good drove to Danville Wednesday and were joined in wedlocks holy bonds The groom is an industrious and prosperous farmer and a mighty clever young mandHls bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph Good and is an ex ceedingly pretty and popular young woman The I J joins their many friends in wishing them all the happiness that can come their waytFor five winters before I used Hy omel I could not speak above a wets per I had laryngitis and after the best specialists bad given me up as a bad job Hyomel cured roeE A Lindsey 145 South St Boston G torcaMore than 2000000 will be distributed by the United States Steel Cor andmper be in cash according to the official an nouncement of Judge E H Gary Pains of ometi head pains or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr fihoops Pink Pain Tablets Boo full formula on 25c box Sold by Pen nys Drug Store United States Senator A J Mc Laurin died suddenly at his home at Brandon Miss FOR SALE I Stock or general merchandise lluiton vllle on Main street Well known tan d psrtlealarIloitonvlll Ky NOTICE I Tbe ttoebbolder oaa directors of th requitedtoII iMporWatInwloanUto 68 tranmsU- dJII Hc enrtMOas- lterStockholders Meeting A meeting of tbe stockholder of the Na book of llmtonville will be Held at their banking house in liuitonvllle tbe leo ond Tuesday in January 1910 between Send 11 A M for the purpose of electing direc tore to erve tbe ensuing year J W lIooxBB Uaibler Stockholders Meeting A meeting of tbe stockholder of tbe FlrtNational Bank of Htantord will be held at tber banking house the second Tuesday In electingdirectorsJour J MCRaeasrs Cashier Stockholders Meeting A meeting of tbe stockholders of the Lln 1 coin County National Ilankof Stanford will I bo beld at their banking houio tbe second I Tueaday In January IO for tile purpose of electing director for rise ensuing year I W M BRIOIIT Oaibler CLEMENS HOTEL- J L ELKIN Prort DANVILLE KENTUCKY Large airy onuide rooms Commercial travelers ipecbtlty Bpeclal rate by week or month The proprietor Is a former Lin coln county man and his friend should re member him when topping In his town Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods J1 Auctioneer i I offer my errlce to thgyae pia el UncoIn ooun ai anaanoaeet au t1t1oa guaranteed MmWDIOtCIitltMurekndLyU 1 TURKEYS FOR SALE I Gobbler and b itoe Laagerdon A Conger nod Owen Uarboo strain for Thoroughbred bronte large bone and beau tiful MRS W K DISIIOK 1UH lHtnnfonl Phone 8t JeJ BELDEN For Homo antfCarriage rnlntlna and Trim ming 1apnr HanglURUun and 1ocksuilth Ing Hhou opposite JJBaLnEHlenford- KyStockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Oral Orchard Hanking Co of Ortib Orchard will be held at their bnkllll kouio tbe flmi Monday In JannQrIlIlI for the purpose of electing directors for tbe eniulng year JO BAlLKVCnthler FOR SALE I Clover Hotel at Grab Orchard elm store room 1uri across street with post office ad ioonwAll gecceiarygoutbnlldingi1ts0UItTiMGOVKR Crab Orchard Ky WANTED TO RENT SMALL FARM I want to rent n small farm of to to 1W acres two or throe miles from Stanford Prefer land partly In cultivation and partly In grass Hinall house desired Address w 1 6 sore Interior Journal omce tHan ford iy- Stook of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock of Oro eerie and Hardware good burl nell Will invoice about tfouo Keaaon 111 health QUO n HOiTKILHtonforiKy B D CARTER New Liven Dopot Street Phone 00 STANFORD KENTUCKY C B FLT7V Moreland Kentucky New BUFp1of Rugs and Drug gets Appropriate Christmas pros eats for all Call aud see G B Pjturrr Moreland Ky Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marblo and Cranlto Monuments Markers and Posts Cemetery and Lawn Vase and settees omco and works Mo Kinney Ky CoDioa d The first National Bank v of Stafford Ky Dec 11909 RESOURCES bias sad Bond m914 59 16eU S Doodad PHmia 5 1 500 00 BukliHoud Ot6es Rai Pdte 949881 DM hoa Beaks 58580 83 Due from U S Treuan 2500 00 Cub oa Hud 21488 47 347514 66 UABKII1ESI Capital Stock 50000 00 Surpliu FdEud 20000 00 Uodmded ProiNet 7612 19 Cbcutttua nsoo 00 Individual Deposits 208732 97 Due to Banks 1329 70 Note Redacounled 15340 00 1347514 86 J s HOCKFR Preideat S T HARRIS Vic Prokfcrti JOHN J McROBERTS cwi H C BAUGHMAN AND Csbio W W SAUNDERS BookKeeper POSTED strictyforblapatting on our places and will prosecute Tl olaton to the fnil Miss Mettle Uewel nelcbeDbBeb Bro TraylorIllburn NunnelleyjJ E Bruce David Htereni JobnOaraenticb WmOordler Dan Traylor M D Klmoro llotllb Ollck Fred llandorf JJThompson li UAnderion JK Moter Mr and Mrs Jill JtKad A Kllioia WtI NJ Horton MrsGeuLoganWflay Father Leo Dr n o Parry sughnranilrlahMraMargarataoocbJacob Jander VIITraylorHamAmend Hchaefer M J llofmnun- MT Ilenzley AH Matbeny OwileyMHTHarrI 11 O WalkJnl JO Hundley It H Grow Mrs Nannie M Good U K McOluro Anderson Oarr Anton Itonecker VonQriionlganT CarpenterWJohn H Leo D Kavleri Ohrltlan Jacob Toni W w ritman 1nykJAlex Cooper K II Dnnlmm Mrs W O Welch HU Anderson W DQoooh UniClelizl T A Rice Iloutxm Curtis Chris Oamenliob TlnsleyHpoouamorV II W Gaines WInrlmeIJJ L llottaolaw WhiteMiss aJunta 111 seenI I r t+ + ++++++ + ++++ + +++N to r For You to Give 1 j t Your Friends Jft I t 1 f re- j 1 Umbrellas 81 00 to f10 00 Neck Ties 25 fiOc and 81 Suspenders 25o to 3 00 Silk Sox 50c SI 8150- tlSilk Hose to 8250- J Scarf Pjns COc to 8350 Garters 10 25 nail GOc Silk Handkerchiefs 25 and fiOc- 25cGloves to 8200 y Silk Mufflers 8KOO to 83 00 Poenix Mufflers 60o I QufTttutloDi 25c to 8150 f Suit Cases 8350 81260t4 Hand liege 85 to 81250 Stetson limit 8350 aDlISr1t Coat Sweater 50c to 8260 j Linen Handkerchief 25 anti 56cr Drew Shirts 8100 81CO f u These are Selected Especially i I for Xmas Presentsri T f H J McROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY 4 I mE m- tt1 G L Penny K ft Coleman fhizoll If tThe Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil is a most Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and t Strength It is Especially Useful Fo Persistent Coughs and Colds Soldunder a Guaranrtee at m PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky mBBEB3IlahIB BBdIEice irlN Oklahornas0LandSaleOne 4and grazing land belonging to the State of Oklahoma j will be divided into farms of one hundred and sixty acres teach to the highest bidder on easy terms f AUCTION BEGINS DECEMBER 16 1909 andcontinucsoffor 21 days The agricultural land has been appraised at prices ranging from 800 to 3400 per acre The Q i 1 average appraised value of the grazing land is aboutcoII 250 per acre tr Reduced Railroad Pates J Via THE HENDERSON ROUTE to all points in Oklahoma y Tickets on sale the first and third Tuesdays in each y month and bear final return limit of five r iticketssection or portion of the State and the return trip thru lanother For i Full N IfrRrofthe railroad tickets also the terms of purchase pay 1 ment and ftill description of the farm lauds 4 1 t i write I IL F PENN T P Aor J P GARDNER G P ArlThe Henderson RoutelIouIsntla riT- G 1 f Jii i iftJ6 lr 1Y Jr IfLYau Will Reconsider a JI 41oI t l t n I It fe wt t R 1 t A I bv 1 1 jk i f 1 k- re r f Yourdeclarallonto do without a Winter Coat when you see the elegant garments we are offering and Cut Prices This Vintcf + weather calls for a Coat and when you can iwyat a mere trifle compared to their real value We have some fine coats in large 4 sizes that are usually lard to get but theee go at OUT BRICKS with the others Good time to get tho Childrens Cloaks at i small cost j et II SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY f The Interior Journal I j3TAJfFORD KY DEC 24 1900 i SOME great bargalnR in box paper are being closed out to make room for newt stock at Pennys Drug Store I PERSONALS MR R M NEWLAND spent several days In Louisville Miss MOLLIE DAUGHERTY Is with I Lexington friends MRS W S WARRE4le still confined to her bed by illness MI88 DOWE McROBERTS is confined to her helve by Illness COUNTY ATTORNEY J E ROBINSON of Garrard was in town Wednesday MRS BETTIE HARRIS went up to Woodbine Wednesday to visit her son DR W W BUROIN of Crab Orchard was here buying Xmas trlx yester day UBSSRS C A HARDIN and 0 Casey t Allen neoday of Harrodsburg were hero Wed MR AND MRS ROBERT SCUDDER spent several days with Madison coun J ty relatives I Miss KATIIERINB MUBPUY has re- tUrned from Bourbon College to her T home at McKInney MRS S M SAUPLBY and little Shel Marshall aro over from Frankfort t ItOD tho homefolks MR E G WALLTH of Louisville i spent several days with his daughter Mrs Thomas D Lade MRS II ROWAN SAUFLEY will be hostess at tho Card Club meeting on next Thursday Dec 30 MISSES ALLEBN AND VIRGINIA BOURN of Lancaster are with their sister Mrs W K Warner MR A W DlLUON and wife of Crab Orchard were guests of Council man Ed Wllkerson and family MR CHARLES E BOHON of Lebanon was here this week to see one of Lam cote countys finest young women JOHN OWSLEY REID has gone to New Haven Conn to be with his father 1 Dr Hugh Reid during an operation REV AND MRS L 0 KELLY of Or liada Tenn are here to spend Christ Iman with her parents Mr and Mrs fDTMiss Newknd MARGARET HOCKRR is at home Transylvania University Lexing ton for the holidays Her father Mr J S Hoeker went over aad aecompan l 4 led her hose MBMHS E J TANNM and J J id Durham of MeKlnncy were at the Leland Hotel en their way home from A basinets trip ta LoafevUfc Both said that more tobacco was grown In Lincoln county this year than ever before Lexington Gazette MR J U MCALM7BR of Way Mlas is spending a few days with Mr II C Bright Mia NeM Wright who has been spending the fall with the family of Mr G P Crow left today for her home in Liberty to spend the holidays Advocate REV A J TRIBBLK and Messrs A J Tribble ef Madison Walter Nunnel ley of Winchester Sam Nunnelley ot Lexington John Trlbble and wife of Lancaster and Mrs Riddlebur Ialnt Lick t PNannelleyi of thof relative Mr t 1 LOCALS LfcT White fill those Christmas stockings A raw moreguns left at Whites Q f f store 1 SEE our oaerpopd boxes ef chocolate JforSCc Fame gas GOODS delivered uywhere ia town on short Botke W W White I a A nice kp robe will sake a good Xmas present J a MeCUry j a dfANOTHER Rochester ware received W H Higgins ANOTHER shipment of shoes at Whites Everyone can get a St No paper will be sfrom this office Tuesday but we hopo to be out on time Friday morning A merry Christ mas to one and all TALK with mo before buying a type writer and see sample at my homo TI A Brackett local agent for Standard Typewriter Exchange New York TUB Ladies Aid Society of the Pres byterlan church will nect with Mrs Mattie Withers at 230 P II Friday Dee 81 A flU atediIH h edI F GOLD MEDAL flour at Georgo D Hop pers VAUDEVILLE each ighat Thea torium You will find those Xmas presents at Farris OYSTERScelerycranberries for Xmas at Farris o r VAUDEVILLE every night at tho Theatorlum 10 and 15c FOR nlco hollHay presents go to Muel lers jewelry store NEW line of fancy ginghams calicoes etc at Whites store r WANTED To RENTA house of six or seven rooms W W White IF words fall sendbox of Dolly Varden chocolates Shugara Tan net I LSAVE your orders with W II lUg gins for your Christmas fruits candles etc FOR all kinds of fruits candies and nuta go to the restaurant cheapest and beetS0 FOR Christmas candies fruits and nuts cheapest and best at J D Hor tons FOR RENT Splendid living rooms at college on Main Street see H J Me Roberta I J FIRE CRACKERS FOR SAIBI have on hand a big stock of firecrackers for the holidays M 0 Bastin Rowland Ry SEALED bids for tho surplus milk from Jan 1 to July 1 1910 will bo received by tho secretary until noon of Dec 30 Stanford Creamery Co JOHN J MOSER has bought of Frank Martin the old Dr P W Logan farm near Turneraville at SO The place contains 120 acres and the land is first rate MR A H SEVERANCE has bought of Mr Richard Hampton the handsome residence on Logon Avenue occupied by Prof and Mrs J W Ireland Price private ON account of tb I Holidays the L N will sell roundtrip tickets today Friday tomorrow Dec 31 and Jan 1 at 11 fares plus 25c good returning un til Jan G- SLlGltT S L CHANCE OF TuNo 27 the local from Louisville now arrives at 1029 A M Instead of 102 and No 22 the afternoon Louleville bound passenger arrives at 549 Instead of 545 as formerly MRS G onai PENCE ot the Marks bury section of Garrard and related to the families of that name In this county was badly hurt in a runaway accident caused by a shaft of the vehicle she was driving in breaking WAS AT THE SURRENDER Mr M 0 Vandeveer tells a friend of this paper that his grandfather George Vande veer was at tHjlorrender of Cornwal Us and that tho old gentleman died at Phil Casey county some years ago aged 100 TO TAXPAYERS LINCOLN COUNTY I will havo to advertise and sell your property after Jan lityour taxis not paid In order to make my final settle ment with the State and county Set tle up and save this expense T J Hill sheriff I PROP ERNBBT GIBSON has resigned as teacher in the High School Depart ment of the Stanford Graded School and Prof Deemer of Toledo 0 has been elected in his stead Prof Gib Ion is a splendid gentleman and we are sorry that he has decided to cast his lot elsewhere NEW REAL ESTATE CoMessrs W L McCarty Logan R Hughes and E C Walton have formed a partnership to do a general real estate business under the name of the Stanford Real Estate Company Mr McCarty is president of the company Mr Hughes is secretary and treasurer and the other member of the firm is vice president Their place of business will be In the sheriffs of lice where one of tho company will be found ready to wait on the public If you have a farm or town property to want to rent or such Slan1Real Go to Farris for your Xmas candles fruits and nuts NEXT month Is Xmas ethe line of W H Mueller the jeweler FOR presents that are beautiful andI lasting go to W H Mueller braes makes most ap propriate Xmas gifts W K Warner T IP you are looking tar fresh oysters and celery go to J D lIortons restau rant J A BOX of cigars wilt make a nice Xmas present Get one of Shugara TannereJ L JARVIS bought J 0 Spoona mores farm on Hawklna branch for 7000 The place contains 11C acres FROM until Jan let I will sell my stock of buggies etc nt S10 to 15 oil of the regular prices E T Pence Jr IT WANTED to buy a good Lincoln coun ty farm of the value of 20000 to 30 000 Address Lock Dox 204 Stanford Ky OUR mill will bo closed Saturday Christmas day Buy your coal feud etc today Friday J II liaughman Co TilE owner cant ladys cloak and a boys work coat by calling at my store They were found and left there T D Newlind WITH each 25c cash purchase you get a chance on tho beautiful 10 doll in our show window and whkh we will give away Shugare Tanner JUDGE JOHN N MENEFEE won the diamond ring rallied off by Thomas Phillips and sold it back to that gentleman for S250 Judge Mcnefcen number was 03 TilE Ladies Aid Society of the lisp tlst church have our thanks for a Christmas box of good things which we aro very proud of They did well with their bazaar Wednesday STABBED nil FATHER IN LAW Avtch Grimes stabbed his fatherin law William Burgo on Depot street ahout noon yesterday inflicting a very dangerous wound Tho knlfo entered the right side of hia neck and barely escaped the jugular vein He bled pro fusoly Ore Kennedy and Phillipa were called and they Immediately dressed the wound When asked why he stabbed Mr Burge Mr Grimes said He made me do It They bad been at outs for some time COMPROMISED mage suit of 30000 of Mrs Ida Garrison against laugh Thompson was compromised in the Casey Circuit Court by Thompson paying her 5000 It will be remember ed that ho killed Fred Garrison the 17 yearold son of his slater Mrs Gar rison and was given 21 years in the penitentiary The damage suit follow ed the killing Thompson also compro mised with his wife who sued for di yorce granting her a completo divorce and the custody of their children and paying her 5000 Thompson further agrees never to return to Casey or any adjoining county in the event ho is released from tho penitentiaryP- ROGRAMtheEighth Congressional District Teachers Association to be held at Danville Dec 31 and Jan 1 Friday 10 A MWelcome address by Dr Oscar B Fallis Reply by Chair man Prof JkA Sharon Friday 1030 A MThe Duty of the State to Edu cato Ita Citizens by lion A H Trock morton discussed by lion W 1 Wit lams Supt 0 M Money and Supt M 1 Chowning general discussion Fri day 2 p NHow to Improve the Rural Schools by Hon John Noland dis cussed by Hon J W Rawlings Supt C C Sandusky Supt G M Ballard Supt Miss Ora L Adams general dis cussion Friday 8 r H Rational Course of Study by Dr E George Payne discussed by Prof J W Ireland Prof Bridges Prof T J Coates and Prof B A Logan general discussion Saturday A YTho Purpose and End of a Normal School by Prof J G Crabbe State Superintendent discussed by Prof E C McDugle Mrs R N Roark Supt Garland Singleton Supt Miss Jennie HIggins general dis cussion Saturday 1030 A M1ropoa ed Educational Legislation by Dr George J Ramsey discussed by Prof L A Sharon Dr W F Hinitt general discussion Saturday 2 P MRep- orts of Committees Plans for the next session and general business meeting LOST a pet coon Left my homo Monday evening Bessie Holtzclaw Startford GRANT ELLIOTTS homesin Casey burned yesterday morning The house stood on the site where George Hicks had two houses to burn within a few years W A hagbought of J N Menefee Sr tho building on Lancaster street used by tho members of Christs church and will open a storo we are in formed CONTRARY to our expectations and prediction Corbin went dry in the election held there Wednesday the majority against saloons being 38 The town has been dry three years T C BALL has sold toRG Jones his stock of good and rented him his storeroom on Depot Street lie will give possession Jan U Mr Ball has bought a good farm on the Somerset pike and will till the soil 01 A TEAM of mules belonging to E T Beazley and driven by Logue Coffey colored scared at an automobile driven by George Phelps of Madison and ran away Coffey was thrown out and had three fingers broken and an badly hurtWANTEDI I An all Round Blacksmith Steady Employment and Good Wages W J ROMANSLancaster PUBLIC SALE Having decided to go West I will on TIIUI18DAY DKOnUllW at m i of a mite North of the wood on bridge tnloivTU hankie near Hubula Kyontheold Duuvllle pike lit lu oclock AM otter for sale tliu following property one corn planter with check rower attach went good 01 now M mowing machine ono plowturninglet 1 of aaron and plow gear I buggy and barnews limy frame Snongs broke l pair of good work mules both mures two horse I yearling and 1 two year old 1 good brood mare In foal to Nubotli gentle for women to drive 2 Rood milk COWl 1 fresh In Feb ruary U good meat hogs weigh about 300 pound chII bn holi of Irish potatoeiUl gallons of good sorabuminolns9vslouiieas also my boniehold find kitchen furniture tIttIltNldltoblcbnlrltlreuenthings too numerous to mention Turmg Hindu known on day of Sale It PHLOANIIub- bleKyFarms for Sale saleThesobefamllondFarm No Ie mllrlfromplaceIibrinkhousdoutbuUdIngaouu vineyard ono large cattle born 84x80 one horse barn Mxtw a largo grnnery and uUleveltimber S3 acres on which tlmbur was remov ed the past thrco years Is now In good pas Thebuildinged for p9tre There hOI been harveltel tbll abushelsfarm Is sueFarm No 2lIT acre miles from Nuwpolnt Ind two miles from Knochsbarg 64 miles from housonlargeland le n leUblDder was used on goalcreetbottom5acre wheat sown ODd in good condition This farm will ratio rood tobacco corn and wheatOur price on this form Is 11000 und we re serve utt standing Umber over IS Inches on stump 18 Inches from ground Farm No3151 acres layt mllo from HnymondInd which has school Outbolla church mllnIromgrnneryThisgoodfencesstanding timber This form will make a good tobacco farm and will rnl o wheat and corn Our price Is p1 rM- OFarm No4ECOnorcs four miles from Metamorn six mllosfromllrookTlllecountysoat of Frank lln county This farm Is rolling lurid JCO acre now ground on which timber has been removed Hire year Three large tobacco farms tram dwelling homes and otbor bulidings There was two crops oft hero raised on this faros the past two years quality and quantity wan lint olas If you lira Interested In tills farm wrlto DI and we will give you additional Information Wo expo t to sell nil of tho above farms within tho next 00 Wo will furnish abstract showing clear title and can give possession any of the above farms Our terms are K cast balance 10 yearly pay ments scoured J y mortgage with cent Interuit Is located on the Chl cago Division of tboOU U A Ht L rail road CO miles from Cincinnati 0 wad CO miles from Indianapolis Ind Call on us and we will show you these furuis or write us t The Hillenbrand Co hsvUle Iud J r L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin l Xmas Goods We have a nice assortment of Christmas goods to select that present from Silk Umbrellas with gold or pearl handler prices from 350 to 810 Nice fur sets from SO to 825 Ladies handbags from 50c to 8750 Suitcases from 8123 to 750 Silk Waist Patterns An elegant lino of handker chiefs collars 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 of salad dishes cake plates Ac v I 1 J HUGHES MARTIN CO t Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENT- UCKYUSEFUL A I GIFTSk I Dont for the sake of being over nice buy useless tbingaisgittl for the 3 HOLIDAYS They dont show up well a week after you have given themfttrI Often ho laughs at tho gift and ita giver v r Buy Articles of Service and Utilityfor with them alone do yon oaa act of good grace and only by them are you gratefully remembered See what wo have to offer then select wedj Jf1l f Crab Orchard Ky M G MURPHY J W ANON WINTER GOODS I Winter is now upon anti it will pay you to look through our etock before buying Tho beat felt and over combination former price 8350 vow 315 A regnlar S3 felt and overs 2S75 250 for 225 A full line of Men Ladies Miss s and Boys Rubbers Mens extra Heavy double front Over alls 94c A full line of solid leather Shoes for all members of tho family Remember wo carry a nice lino ofDry Goods Notions lists Cape Pants Groceries Queensware Hardware Etc and quote today Dec lj subject to market fluctuations Beat Patent Flour 87o lot 24 pounds 2nd patent 82c Arbuchlcs Coffee 15o pound Baking Powder 4c Soda 4o packet and 2 pounds ofiegsoda for CcjSJatches 4c box fireproof standard oil 12c gallon or Indian Refining Oil at same price We still have plenty of Ohi river alt 280pound barrels at 8160 Eggs 2- 8cMURPHY aACTON The Cash Bargain Store Kings Mountain ItyA j W L MCAKTYPre3 E O WALTON Pres L R HUGHE88 AT Stanford Real Estate Coo + Stanford Kentucky ii t 1fI vi Farms nil Town Property Handled on Comiiibaion Stocks nod Btini1ai Sold If you Havo Property to Sell or Rent Notify fUu 1 Write for Circular to w 1 LeR HUGHES Secretary Stanford KyI ry Y The Interior Journal I JMered in the PoetOffice at Stanford cu mei knt matter L N TIME TABLE No Jl Mouth lUMrxNOSBBOUth 1045 A X NoJ4Northl OA x Not North 1111 P M No IT 10 m A M No ItO r x JOS 6 RICE Agont A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in tho Qwsley Buildi- ngMASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No M HJt A M will meet to stated communication each ant and third Monday nights of each month1 730 otlock In their hell on main streoct tHan lord Ky Membora of sister lodge are fra ternally Invited to be present T W Pen xdngton 8co Fall and Winter Stock JHaTSyour measure taken by a tailor of ex perience Then your clothe whethern low price butnes8 suit or the finest evening krthesAwllI have that Individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were made to 7tmrraeasure I will also take your moa We for extra trousers fancy aeatri and overcoats Fall and Ranter samples on hand feady for your Inspection HO UUPLK TbeTalloo8tanford CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE r 1 can furnish the public with the best al- well as the fresh st of cut flowers plants of all Kinds bulbs potted flowers on short aotlce Also mate a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes la connection above I have all klads of vegetables on hand at reasonable flee iIRISTMAN OnKEN HOUSES En IlUBBARD Pe0a Stanford Ky iMurfcJobtMO and Tobacco lams Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Min STANFORD KY Residence Phono 36 Office 96 Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedCONCRETING conlreting cad d t ftoose edoyou promptly and guarantee flrHclass pricesfore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford K- yINSURANCI RDMAHONY- Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLiveStockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis count JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm sea Also Dealers in Fur oitureJMattiugaRugr They will exchange Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Pricea Right STANFORD KENTUCKY JC McClary r Vndertakor Embalmer and grasper nIHarness SaddlorjY STANFORD KY- ileasPhonoter nome Phone JV r r PARKERS DEPARTMSHT Hutchison IVoat of Moreland sold their tobacco at Danville at 111 to 18e D K Farris of Crab Orchard sold ha tobacco at Danville at an average ofHJcJ UagRin owner of Elmendbrf stock farm in Fayette will put in 1100 acres In corn next year C M Jenkins Bryantavillo received the high price of 20 at Mondays sale at the Danville tobacco warehouse Blue Grass King recently bought by George Ellis of Barren county for 1 800 is dead He was a fine harness stallionA steer camo to my place Dec 1 Owner can get same by pay- Ing for this notice and its keep G W Statem Bowen Ky Six white sheep three with horns and three without came to my place on Oct 13 Owner can get same by paying for this notice and their keep M H Mason Jumbo Ky At W S Carriers sale in Boyle pairs of mules brought 375 to 600 Pair yearling mules 275 Horses sold at 150 to 500 sheep at 650 hogs at Sic corn in crib 2 GO FOR SALE2O extra nice yearling cattle a pair of ICJhand mare mules three and four years old and a pair of 16hand horse mules fat John G Lynn Hustonville A bay gelding about 10 years old left my place near Daumanns Store Tuesday night He is about 161 ban1 high and in fairly good order Sound and good worker John Stratton Stanford- W B Burton of Lancaster sold to James Shropshire of Harrison county the Nitboth stallion he bought of James R Beasley some years ago for 1400 He paid Mr Beazley 1000 for tho horseI an eightyearold wagon team for sale Also a fiveyearold wagon horse for sale or I will trade him for a good driving horse This horse will weigh about 1600 and a good one B D Carter A permanent organization was formed at Lexington for the purpose of holding a corn exposition annually the ob ject of which is to interest the people of the Bluegrass region in the improvement in the grain methods of cultiva tion and production of Indian corn The highest price ever paid for a stallion in Central Kentucky was real ized when L T Anderson of Point au View Stock Farm Bourbon county Cityiof Beau Brummel several times prize winner at noted horse shows for 6000BARGAIN35I 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 the whole farm being well watered well fenced and lave well Will sell as a whole or cut 200 acres with Improvements to suit pur chaser which includes 100 acres as fine bottom land as there is in the county This is a bargain See L R Hughes Stanford Ky Me Wheat for Judge Saufley for Governor VALLEY VIEW TEXAS Dec 20th Please find herewith 2 Set my date up accordingly for the I J I notice that the democrats have started a boom for Judge M C Saufley for governor 1 hope he will consent to make the race No man in Kentucky is more able to represent the democratic party than he is He is a man to whom every demo crat in the great State could point to as a pure and unstained democrat Nominate Judge Saufley for governor and Kentucky will return to her first love with an old time majority I am for the judge first last and all the time for governor I wish it was in my power to turn Texas loose for him and some day when he receives the nomination for president of the United Stares then Texas will roll up 300000 democratic votes for him We have a fiveinch snow on the ground today in Cooke county which is the heaviest I have ever seen in Tex as I am well and weigh 270 pounds and my Wife weighs 170 pounds Nominate Judge Saufley for governor and I think I can push myself up to 300 lbs Very Respectfully Me WHEAT Barricading themselves in a house Will Sheldon and Clinton Montgomery Negroes wanted for the murder of Al gernon Lewis opened fire on a Sheriffs posse near Magnolia Marengo county Ala wounding four white men serious ly The house was set on fire and Clint Montgomery was cremated the thuydashedGov Comer has ordered out soldiers to prevent further trouble 4 A Soolded Boys Shrieks horrified his grandmother Mrs Maria Taylor of Nebo Ky who writes that when all thought he would die Buck lens Arnica Salve wholly cured him Infallible for Burns Scalds Cuts Corns Wounds Bruises Cures Fe verSores Bolls Skin Eruptions Chllblaln Chapped Hands Soon routs Files U5c at Pennys Drug StoreLooKat Whites dolls 1USTOKVILLI Red Cross stamps for sale at Adams Bros drug store Help a good cause by buy1st oeme Special Christmas sermon at the Moreland Christian church Sunday morning by the pastor Eld W J MontgomeryThe B M will have charge of the services at the Christian church Hustonvllle Sunday morning when Rev J W Willis will deliver an ad dams on the C W B M watchword for 1909 and 1910 Rev Willis subject that night will be The Wise Men We have an uptodate line of Xmas crash wrapping paper and notions new line of ladies skirts and tailored waists all linen Closing out Winter millinery at rock bottom prices Have moved to office rooms of Newton build ing Call and see us before you buy Miss Cora Llpps Sister Hustonville On Friday evening Dec 24 at 730 an interesting entertainment will be given at the Graded School of Huston ville All patrons and friends of the school are especially invited to attend As theta will be some necessary ex pense the small admission of 15 cents will be charged Children under 12 ad mitted for 10 cents Everybody come Forced Into Exile Wm Upchurch of Glen Oak Okla was an exile from home Mountain air he thought would cure a frlgbtfu lungracking cough that had defied all remedies for two years After six months he returned death dogging his stops Then I began tousoDr Kings New Discovery he writeslIand after taking six bottles I am as well as oer1I It saves thousands yearly from desperate lung diseases Infal lible for Coughs and CoUs it dispels Hoarsenes and Soro Throat Cures Grip Bronchitis Hemorrhages Asth ma Croup Whooping Cough 50c and 81 trial bottle free guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store The fivestory whisky house of Frie burg Brothers in Cincinnati was de stroyed by fire The Chief of the Fire Department was injured when his automobile hit a telegraph poet FARM FOR SALE QRjRENT Contains ItO acres best tobacco land In the county IK miles from MoKlnney Will soil or rent Has two dwellings one of four rooms and the other of two rooms Two orchards of nearly COO trees Tobacco barn obeapetfarmRBUAWNKU McKinney K- yTRIBBLE PENCE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford KentucKy Bring t Yourt Printing To The I I I INTERIOR J JOURNAL f fryOffice 7 I 1 yBest Work r J Lowest Prices I4 NOTICE We ask the e or our friends sad nurserystock AlldreHKings Mountain Lincoln Co Kjr HOME FOR SALE Ono story rooms and nil necessary outbuildings lot contains one roomybarnRlftCelocateel A 1IOIT70LAW Stanford Kyj SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEERING I am prepared todo all kinds of suryeylng and civil engineering promptly My work will be guaranteed and IUT prices are rea lonable Write me at ZfoKlnney or call me over the telephone through the uuitonvllla WALrtell MoKINNKY NOTICE You are hereby HarrisI who Is now conllnelinthoHnnte ixnltontlnry for shooting one Klavlus Orecr will mnko nppllcatlon to the Mtate hoard or Ionfor n Parole from unlit Panltentlary Witness my band this M Ins TOM UAUHIH Fruit And Ornamental Trill r rdenNo Agents H F HILLENMEYEH SON- SLexington Ky REWARD Having suffered considerable annoyance gatelatchesmy gates on the county road that rUnt through tar farm have concluded to otter n reward for Information leading to The conviction of such person or persons I will therefore give I he sum of sro for infer mation leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties that have broken the latches on soy of my Katesor thnl have sawed down or torn down any of my Kate on tbo county road which runs from the Hustonvllle turnpike to the Mlllmlievllle Klnttileto the arrest and conviction of any art or parties who In the future commit any of the above offenses Augustltsw NOTICE I Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns in the West End In surance Agency Get your policies written right in a good com pany by W J CAMPBELL Iltifltonville Ky PAINPkf to the head aMaTwhere ball tsasa presareueirl1lsauwaur tabtaNaedrDrd led a Usiaeehee TaWetro sera Mood PTMNTI away Gas pam omt+es- Ibeeeliichanaiaaksdabdlilh It Oatty tboiMCa saM7lt sulll1 Wo s UIe Woodteen UUOQ II haT a hwuUcba Ifs Wood prwra If Its painful period with women sass ea- li sleepless restless nerve Its U- ecafiMtlOB blood pure That BJ lr b a eetlaty for Ur Shoop headache Tablets stop tablet44stmplydlMrlbsoaIb Bruit year aneersad downt It st aM swell rout Of course It does Its eoa YooUfisdUwlMMpeJaIswe toll at oral u4 oheerfuUy recqatnoad Dr Shoops Headache TabletsPENNYS DRUG STORE HENRY r PATTERSONS PAPER Weekly CourierJournalsAND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150f Few people ID the United stats have not heard of tbe OourlorJournnl Democratic la all thlngi fair la all tblngi clean In all things It U essentially a family paper By special arrangement we are enabled to of for the WEEKLY OOURIERoURNAL one year and this paper for the price named above Send ydor inbicrlptlpn for tho com blaatton to unet tc tbe OoarlerJoar a XMAS PRESENTS Ladies Men and Boys BoyaiEvery i i idea of making a Christum gift to a man or boy to como in and see the use i ful things a man is euro to appreciate countryfrom 750 to 25P i If its to bo a Silk Scarf or Mufllor wo hava an unusually handsome as sortment from 50c to 300 Heros a now fresh stock of Indies and Mens Handkerchiefs from 5 to SOc everymudNeckwear ever shown bere AH in handsome boxes t+++ M hM f++ ++ t++ SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY I I New Stock of OliverI t Plows at rt I f I WaII HIGG1NSSta- nford KentuckyI I 4 the Cincoln gouiity national Bank I IofCapital t 5OOOOOO j t Surplust 4000000 J IIq f I Resources 34000000 II r t II H SHANK PRE8IdEU1f t WM BRIGHT CASHIER Jfi AXTONVICEr E J W ROCrtESTER ASST CASH II I HCNCARP4NTER BOOKKEEPER s HVY8 FOSTER CLERK f 1 1bUEOTORS I J B CarterStanforlJohnkin TraylorGilberUft Cummins Preachernvillc Lilhurn Gooch Gilbcrta Creek 1 Bring Your Cattlo and Mules toJ Stanford + Niiimelleys New Stock Yards rI n4a U4i I Are now completed nnd are ready for nil kiiidi ofljvo stock with good covered pent and plenty of feed and water FirtcIIM accom mpdations and charges reasonable Your sup port and patronage cordially solicited Pliono Nel Court Day Second Monday- I M BRUCE Assistant RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make your hpmaaa modern for your fatuity HS a I residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotutioosJat nay time This cau bo accomplished by moans of our tclcphono service which you and your ncighbjre can get for a Hum that in small compared withfthe benefits received Jail or address our nearest oflisa or write direct to headquarters Nashville Totin for information regarding our spscial Far v mere Line rate If you are not at prjjoit enjoying telcphino sarvicu wa t Kentuckyrcnuesseo1 e Illinois EAST TENNi SEr TEL f TEL CO INOOnrOBATRD tp t I t A i