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Congressman Harvey Helm, in Washington, made the following statement relative to his candidacy for "I 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 n precedent should not bo estabMy predecessor lished. represented tho district for eight years and his predecessor for 12, and the last terms of each wero those thut were most useful to their constituents. I havo never male the statement that I would not bo n cindlkte for tho third term. Several of the District Congressional Committees in Kentucky have already met unJ fixed tho time and manner of nomI consider It inating Congressmen to dj ths same in the Eighth district to avoid complications with the racjs for Stato oflkes, which are already beginning to attract attention." Mr. Helm introduced a batch of now bills at tho opining day's session of Congress, among which, one appropriating $100,000 for the erection of a public building at Shclbyvillc, where the free city delivery, essential to an op. propriation for public buildings, is about to be inaugurated. He will also Introduce a similar bill carrying a smaller amount for a building at Lancaster, and has In preparation n bill for a building at Harrodsburg, where the postof-fle- e receipts are showing a gratifying increase. His other bills introduced were for the most part of a private character, seeking the relief of pen sionera and claimants in his district, His bills to make Perryville a National Park and appropriating money to erect a public building on the site already selected at Lawrenceburg, have been printed and referred to the proper (Shelby Record.) &9Mmto&lmiMW444W44tl2 year t M..M...Mm-.B.B..- Just at this season of the there's many aper son who is wondering "what to give a man for Christmas." The man can't tell you; probably he doesn't know; but the chances are that inside of two weeks! Rafter Christmas he'll be coming in here to buyf JJsomething he wants that you could have given him JJfor a present. j $2 2 ikkkkkkH Vkkkkkkkkl kkkkK' .'kkkkkl '' ; V SUGGESTIONS FOR CHRISTMAS: One of our HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX Suits' or Overcoats. Name the man and we will fit him. There nrc many other things for men in a store like this; not soco9tIy as Clothe?; quite as acceptable nnd useful. . r , Finn Neckwear 50c to 52.00. Umbrellas up to 812.50. Sweater Coats $1.00 to $4.00. Suppenderg 25c to 82.00. .A-- 5 . HON. HARVEY HELM. Some Nice; ThiiigH The PapcrH of This DiHtrict Are Saying About Him. (Anderson News.) we In another column of this take pleasure In announcing Hon. Harvey Helm as a candidate to succeed himself to Congress. Mr. Helm needs no words of corn, mendation from us to introduce him to the people of this county, and nothing which wo could add in any degree to tho high esteem in which he is held in the hearts of our citizens. Mr. Helm is now serving his second term as Representative In Congress of the people of the Eighth Congressional District, and we believe ttyn wo can truthfully niy that with all the Illustrious men who have so ably represented that district, no one of them has given more general satisfaction than has he. There is no constituent ol his, however numuie. who has business of any nature before Congress who cannot receive his aid and best efforts by simply the asking of the favor and many of their grievances which have for years been stsnding before that body havo been adjusted by his efforts. To the people of Anderson county, ho has more than a passing claim. For the past 40 years they have labored before Congress to hsve an allowance made for a federal building at this place. Mr. Helm secured an ap proprlatlon in his first term for a public building site here, and already the site has been purchased and we are waiting for a suitable appropriation in order to erect the building. Mr. Helm at the last session Introduced a bill for a handsome appropriation for this building, but owing to tho wrangle which then existed over the tariff bill, ho was to get his bill through. Ho proposes to take It up at this session and, if possible, secure a proper allownnco. The people of this county arc satisfied with his efforts in tho past and are wll ling to trust him in the future, believ ing that he is more capable of carrying out tho Work than some one who is yet to bo tried, and it will bo 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. Wattcrson and In reply to the question would hu be a candidate to succeed himself, made the following statement which appeared in Monday's Courier-Journa"I will certainly be a candidate to succeed myself in Congresi. There Is no precedent in the Eighth Kentucky Congressmen, and District for two-tersuch a precedent should not be estabMy predecessor served eight lished. The ears and his predecessor for 12 last years of their service were those that wero most useful to their constituents. I have never made the statement that I would not be a candidate un-abl: Silk Hose 81.50 ami 82.00. Silk Socks 81.00. Six pair Uole-l'roo- t t bocks 81.00. , v , - t a. ' Iue ' &i (Shelby News.) announcement of Hon. Harvey Helm, of Lincoln county, as a to Congress candidate for from this district, subject to the action of the democratic party, appears in tho News this morning. Congressman Helm is now serving his second term, having succeeded the lato G G. Gilbert three years ago. It was a popular move on the part ot a large number of Shelby county friends that induced Mr. Helm to enter tho raco for the first term and they arc still loyal in their support and advance a number of excellent reasons why he should be honored with a third term. It is a recognized fact that Congressmen arc unable to accomplish very much during their first term and the main rcaiion that the Representatives from Eastern States secure so much more for 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 Representative to Congress more than three terms In succession. Mr. Helm's friends claim he is just now getting in a position to bo of benefit to nur 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 district and can probably oll a larger vote in thu general election than any new man. When the scant majorities of the past few years in this district are taken into consideration, it is a matter that should havo careful consideration, especially if the democratic representation in Congress is to be Increased. Silk Mufflers, dainty htyles. The formal Patent leather Shoes to fit. """ Men's Jewelry Sets of all sorU. Then) arc only a few suggestion?. We can not catalogue the whole stock. Come in and pee. We will help you find some useful article that your friend will appreciate. In view of the fact that Congressman Helm said last Monday to a correspondent of tho Courier-Journa"I Will certainly be a candidate to succeed myself in Congress. There is no precedent in the Eighth Kentucky district for two-terCongressmen, 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 were those that were most useful to their constituents. I have never made the statement that I would not be a candidate for tbe third term. Several of tho Democratic Con gressional Committees in Kentucky have already met and fixed the time and method of nominating Congressmen. The same should be done in the Eighth district to avoid complications with tbe races for State offices, which. are already attracting attention," his official announcement which appears in this issue, brings no surprise to his l: Cummins ! & Wearen, If i STANFORD, KENTUCKY. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. Pinevllle capitalists purchased the electric light plant at Barbourville. Dr. J. B. Boll nc. an aged physician of Perryville, fell and broke his hip. The Junction C ty Graded bcliool will give a Christmas tree at Maccabee Hall Gilbert Mason, aged 56 years, a wealthy farmer of Madison county, Is Xmas Goods. 2mr Bric-a-Bra- c (Lancaster Record.) Tho announcement of Hon. Harvey Helm to succeed himself in Congress, appears in this issue. He has been true and faithful to the people of the district and in every act and utterance his loyalty to the principles of the demo' erotic party has been clearly manifest ed. He has served on several impor tant committees, discharging his duties faithfully, and ho claims that ho is now better prepared to serve bis people; that it requires considerable time to be come acquainted with tho rules and mothods that must be observed in tho work of Congresi, friends. Mr. Helm is personally very popular throughout the district and has been an indefatigable worker for his constituents. He Is now serving his second term, and is at Washington attending to his official duties. His personality, coupled with with his untiring efforts to do his very best for the peoplo of "his district, have created a sentiment in his favor that would be hard for any one who may oppose him for the nomination, 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 (Mt. Vernon Signal.) In this issui appears tho announcement of Hon. Harvey Helm as a candidate for renomination for Congress from the Eighth Kentucky District Mr. Helm has served his people faith' fully and well, and as such now comes beforo them asking another indorse ment. Relative to his asking for a third term, which soma have said ho should not do, Mr. Helm gave the interview which appeared In the Courier dead of pneumonia. Mrs. Boston Nay lor, of the Brvants-vlll- e Wc will ahow you the nicest line of Xmas goods from all tho foreign section, was burned to death by catching from an open grate. patteries ever shown here. Dinner Ware, Novelties. her dress and Com Tho w fe of W lliam Ferrill was burn ed to death at her home two miles from munity Silverware, Carving Sets and otherjthings too numerous to mention, Her clothes caught from Parkaville. Conip and see us aud you will agreejwith us. an open grate. While John Christopher and his wife. of Madison, were in Richmond buying Christmas tricks their $4,000 home burned. No Insurance. '" John H. Burgln, a Q. & C. brake-ma- n whoso house was at Danville, was found dead on tho top of a box car just after his train had come out of a tunnel at Lansing, Tenu Lee Woolery, a Madison county farmer, arrested on the charge of shooting up an L & N. passenger coach, was fined 150 and eiven 20 days in jail for carrying concealed weapons and held to the grand jury on the shooting.charge. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. MIPDLEBURG. (Shelby Sentinal.) The card of announcement of Congressman Harvey Holm for the democratic nomination appears In this issue. Mr. Helm has been in Congress several terms and ho again seeks the nomination at his nartv'a hands. The record of Mr. Helm is ah open book to every voter in tho district and littlo need be added on that score. In the present for the third term. building for Shelby-vlll- e "Several of the Democratic Con- Congress a public will be olio of his aims. gressional Committee, in Kentucky have already met and fixed tho time and (Richmond Climax ) method for nomirating Congressmen In this Issue of The Climax appears The same should be done in the Eighth tho announcement of Hon. Harvey district to avoid complications with the Helm for reelection to Congress from State races which are already attract- this district. Mr. Helm is now serving ing attention. his second term. Since his election (Harrodaburg Herald) Mr. Helm has worked faithfully to In this Issue Hon. Harvey Helm, of serve his constituents, and has put Lincoln county, announces for forth his best efforts In their behalf to Congress. Mr. Helm has repre- and interests ot the Democratic party. sented tho district In a very able man(Jessamine News.) ner for two terms, and Is asking an inthis Issue will be found the an In dorsement for the good work he has accomplished. Elsewhere In thla Issue Is nouncement of Hon. Harvey Holm, of published an interview taken from the Stanford, as a candidate for Courier-Journin which he gives his to congress from tho Eighth congres Since a member of why ho should be returned to sional district. reasons He gives good congress, Mr. Helm has made a most his seat in Congress. reasons why there should be no op excellent record for himself, and has position to him solely upon the ground done some very effective work for his district. that be is asking for a third teim. al Journal. (Valley View Argent.) In this Issue will be found the an nouncement of Hon. Harvey Helm for Congress to succeed himself, Mr. Helm is well and favorably known hero where he has addressed tho Democratic club In behalf of tho Democratic ticket. (The paper here publishes'the Courier-Journal- 's interview with Mr. Holm.) Kills Her FoeTof 20 Years. 'Tho most merciless enemy I bad for 20 years,'' declares Mrs. James Duncan, of Haynesvllle, Me., "was Dyspepsia. I suffered intensely after eating or drinking and could scarcely sleep. After many remedies bad fail ed and soveral doctors gave me up, I tried l'leetrlo Hitters, which curod me completely. Now I can eat anything. 1 am 70 years old and am overjoyed to get my health and strength back again." For Indigestion, Loss of Ap petite Kidney Trouble, Lame Back. Preventlcs those Candy Cold Cure feniale Complaints, It's unequaled. Tablets will safely and quickly check Only 50o at Penny's Drug Store. all colds and tho giip. Iry them once Sold" by Punny's Richard J. Pimr. a Dromlnent citizen and seel Drug Stoio. of Laurel county, Is dead. The Green River church people have ORGANIZED IN 1882. sold their chandeliers and will install CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. rrasoline lizhts. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. The late zero weather made loafing allowable, and some of our professionals HAS PAID2IN DIVIDENDS, $216,5U0 got in full time. C. C. Rogers has traded the hotel at Combines Absolute. Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Yosemlte to W. T. Royalty for 15 acres Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. or land adjoining that town. Football is quite a favorite game on tho school grounds here ot late. Our old friend. William Wheat, is very fond OFFICER. DIRECTORS. of the sport nnd goes up every day for a round with the boys. Ho gets his I. S. Hocker, President., F. Reid, J, Is". Baughraan, shins bruised occasionally, but he grins M D. Elmore, J. M Pettus. S. T. Harris, 'f and endures it without complaint. H. C, Baughraan, J. F. Cummins, John , McRoberts, Cashier; Mr. Joseph Cox, who has a very S. T. Harris, no. C. Robinjoo, H. C. Baughraan, Asst. Cash'r W. B OBannon fine orchard 6n ha farm near Willow J. S. Hocker. Springs, 'showed us an apple Saturday C. E. Tate. W.W.Saunders. Bookkeeper. that waa a thing of beauty. It was perfectly shaped, and weighed 18 ounces. Mr. Cox understands tne rais ing of fruit, and takes a delight in the business. -:- -:- There will be a Christmas tree here some time during the Holidays. vlt is being gotten up by the Bible class of the Baptist Sunday school, and the Ginprincipal object is to make presents to community. the poor children of the Mrs. Laura Lee, ,Mrs, William Wheat, W. C. Brvant and R. B. Young and others are working at It and they al ways succeed. H. B. NORTH COTT, Dealer in Wool, Hides, Furs, Salt, Lime, Live and Dressed Poultry, Eggs, Ice, Coal, seng and Feathers. PHONE 35, LANCASTER, KY. IsllAXCU HOUSE: STANFORD, KY., Thuruiau K. Tudor. Mgr. Teleplicuo Na. lGIi. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford! I The Interior Journal. CC WALTON HON. HARVEV.HELM, "ot Unco In county, U it candidate for nomination for Congress from th Klghtl dIMrlct. subject to tbo action of I be tliuo emtio party. i' As a Christian nation how should we observe Christmas 1 Every holiday ia time ofjjJadncsa and cheer, but Chris-ma- a has greater reasons for rrlnlclmr than any other holiday. It is well to celebrate It with gifts, for the wise men presented gifts to tho Infant king at His birth. Songs of rejoicing are proper, for the angels did their best singing when they announced His birth "Woisbipis appropriate, for thn nrnn who saw His star in the East came to worship Him. Drunkenness ry are not befitting tho occasion. Christmas is not tho time foe pyrotechnic display. This belongs to the Fourth of July and similar celebrations. Many of our Ktntucky towns and cities prohibit fire works at Christmas and properly so. Our own beautiful little city should join the number. Let our authorities seo to it that our municipal laws on this subject are enforced this Christmas and not have the scenes of a year ago All will feel better for thus having a suitable observance of this greatest of all Holidays. and revel- Senator Bradley and other prominent Kentucky Republicans tried energetically to have Judge Holt, of Louisville, appointed Minister to Switzerland, and when he was last in Washing, ton the Senator had strong hope of success. President Taft, however, sent to tie Senate the nomination of L. S. Swenson, of Minnesota, for that diplo-raatpost. Senators Nelson and Clapp, of Minnesota appear to have got their work in even if they were "insurgents" and refused to vote for the Payne-Aldrictariff bill. ic h The University of Copenhagen, the first institution of learning to recognize Dr. Cook's claims as tho er of tho North Pole, has declared that the explorer had signally failed to prove his claim from the records submitted. Branded as an impostor bv manv nf thp leading scientist of the world, Dr lyoon s wnereabouts are not even known to bis most intimate friends. Dr. Cook's data were said to have been deficient in every way. rlisr-nvp- voted to comment on Hon. Harvey Helm's race forCongress, copied from tte various papers of this district It is good reading matter and vou hnuM carefully peruse it Mr. Helm has served me people of this district faith-full- y and well and we sineerelv hnn hp will be given a third term. He deserves ic and should have it Considerable of our first page is d& The steamship. General Grant, nr. xived at New York with 2,999 emigrant? ia the Mteerage and 748 s rjas- seagers. This breaks the record for emigrant on one ship by over 200 and wre. The return of better times is bringing laborers to this country by the taoosanda, a great many of whom left during the hard times following the ywuc of 1907. first-clas- The unspeakable Deboe is spoken of for Governor by some of the Western Kentucky republicans. vood-chuc- k i the said ita flight? 88 theaters just before taking What was it fc New York baa built 32 churches and in the past four years. Gotham ia doing better than she used Grover SweartngWand Miss Bertha t offer wt aerrlcc to lM esWlB of Lin coin county as an- anctloaeer. httlsjartion Lane were married hre yesterday. guaranteed. H. w. MOWnUCTKK, Morel nd, Ky H. F, b. No. I rstaff,!a prominent Con W. J. federate veteran, (fled at Lexington. FOR SALE! Samuel Ashley and Mist Lota Evans, each 17, were married at James Evans' flofritiliira unit hena nf the l.anffrdon A Conger and Owen Ilartiee atraln for sale, yesterday. Thoroughbml bronte. large hone and beauFloyd McWhorter, aged 18, and Miss tiful plumage. Maa. W. K, Diaiiox, Daisy Lyons, 21, were married at Green It. IV. i,nianioni. than $30,000,000. Martin's Wednesday. AdaXarter, aged 17, and Miss Nan NEWS NOTES. nie Lucas, 22, were married at Rev. Vnr Ifniiinanifllnrrlaiiel'alntlni and Trim Fred Salesman accidentally shot and Taylor's in Casey this week. mlng. Taper Hanging, tiun and iockniltb-Ing- . Hhop opposite depot. killed his brother in Louie- J. H. Brandenburg and Miss Nellie J. J. nitt.nKx,Htanrord, Ky ville. Potts, a popular young couple of RichWesley Gullion, agedK75, froio to mond, were married in Lexington. death whllergolngj from Carrollton to Hiram Wirlkle, a widower of CO, and English. Miss Mollle Wright, 23, were married A meeting of the stockholders of the Crab lUiiklnaCn.nf t'nli Orchartl. lll Judge Benjamin S. Liddon, of Marf- - at tho clerk's oflico by Judgo Owsley be held at tbelr banking house tbe llrat Monday In January, lli, for tbe purpose ot nnna, Fla., formerJChlef Justice of the yesterday. electing directors for tbe ensuing yenr. Supreme Court of Florida, is dead. J. W. iHoltzclaw and Miss Bettie J.C. nAil.KV,l'able,r. Hanecy Donnelly, a soldier at the Cathcrino Perkins wero married at Fort Thomas barracks, was given 20 Mrs. KatelDudderar'a on the 22nd. I years for killing his coromonlaw wife, Hr. Holtzclaw is a farmer (lover Hotel, at Crab Orchartl. alo store. Alice Hicks Donnelly. and a mighty good citizen, whilo his street, poit omoe By action of their respective boards bridelis a pretty and attractive young room Just across coltagf with olllcu ot three or nud a of directors thell Merchants National woman. The Interior Journal offers ...ib All iiMw(...r mitlintlfllnif.. MIt8.0tniTIH(10VKU. Bankf Cincinnati was absorbed by its congratulations to the happy pair. Crab Orchard, Ky. tho FirstNational Bank. Clarence Hardin, son of Mr. George RoyJE. Tingle, an L. & N. brake- - R. Hardin, of Bellevuc, and Miss Etta WANTED TO BENT SMALL FARM man, died at Lexington as the result of FlorencelMoore, of Morgan, this State, t want to rent n small farm of TO to loo in juries received in a wreck betwem will be married at 2 o'clock r. u at tho acres, two or three nines irom mawoni. Prefer land partly In cultivation and partly that city and Louisville. bride's home on Jan. 1. Mr. Hardin is In grass. Mniall bouse deitrvd. Address n. While going to dinner from business a cousin of Mr. Marshall Stone, of this 1'. K., care Interior Journal Ofllce, i, Ky. at Mt Sterling John Freehan, a former office, and is well known here. His councilman, was stricken with paraly- prospective bride is said to be exceedsis and died in a short time. ingly pretty and universally popular. A financial "melon" involving a $50,- Matt L. Myers and Miss Mary Eva-lin- e 000,000 stockjdistribution is said to be Good drove to Danville Wednesday I deslra to sell privately my stock of planned by the Consolidated Gas Com- and wero joined in wedlock's holy bonds. Hardware. lKjIng a goud Will pany, tholtNew York lighting com- The groom is an industrious and pros- III health. Invoice about rfouO. Ileaaon bine. (JKO. D. HOPI'KIl.Htanfora.'Ky. perous farmer and a mightv clever Charles L. Warriner. deposed treas young man. al His bride is a daughter of urer of the Big Four railroad, pleaded Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Good and is an ex guilty to embezzlement in the Common ceedingly pretty and popular young wo New Llverv PleaslCourt at Cincinnati and was sen- man. The I. J. .joins their many friends Depot tenced to serve six years in the Ohio in wishing them all the happiness that OO, penitentiary. . can come their way. Five persons were burned to death In STANFORD, KENTUCKY. a fire that destroyed a frame dwellirg "For five winters before I used I could not speak above a wnls-pe- r. in SherwoodJPark, Yonkers. All the I bad laryngitis and after tho dead were members of the family of Theodore Fredericks, who lost his life best specialists bad given mo up as a in the fire together with his wife and bad job, Hyomel cured mo " E. A. Moroland, Kentucky, Lindsey, 145 South St., Botton. G. their three children. Justice;:McKenna, of the Supreme L. Penny guarantees Hyomel for caNew supply of Rugs and DrugCourt of the United States, denied a tarrh and throat trouble. $1. get. Appropriate Christmas pre petetion of Harry K. Thaw for a writ More than $2,000,000 will bo distrib cuts for all. Call nud ecc. of error to the Court of Appeals of uted by the United States Steel CorNew York in the case in which Thaw G. 11. Phuitt, Morcland, Ky. poration as a bonus to its officers and made an effort to obtain release from 60 per cent, of which will employes, the Matteawan asylum. be in cash, according to the official anGov. Deneen of Illinois ordered eight Jtidge E. H. Gary. companies of the Illinois National nouncement of Guard to be ready to proceed on call Pains of women, bead pains, or any Dealer lit and Manufacturer of; to East St Louis, or Belleville, to pro pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with tect the Negroes under arrest on bus Dr. Shoon's Pink Pain Tabids. Sec Marblo and Monu picion of murdering the conductor of a full formula on 25c box. Sold by Pen street car at East St. Louis Saturday ny's Drug Store. Markers and I'osts, Cemetery and Lawn night. Vases and Hetteea. OUlce and works, lie- United States Senator A. J. Mc- - Kinney. Ky. The jury in the case of the State vs Laurin died suddenly at his home at Garrett Johnson and Arthur Cloar, alCondition oi The Brandon, Miss. leged leaders of the Reelfoot Lake night rider band, and charged with the I murder of Capt Quentin Rankin, filed into Judge Jones' courtroom Tuesday Htockof general merchandise In Huston- at Union City, Tenn., and reported that vine on Main niroei. wen Known sianu tor purlieu-laot SuoIokJ. Kv.. Dec. I, 1909. they could not possibly agree on a ver anil trad established. Write U. Mohki. r V. to The jury Ilnatonvlll. Kjr. diet and were discharged. stood ten to two in favor of conviction RESOURCES: A triple murder and suicide occurred $190,914 59 Loaa. and Bond. at Pittsburg, Laurel county, when 13.032 16 William Murray, a miner, shot and killoan dlrtators of the OraJiaJu . The atoekholsrs are rtqoeited IVoplea linn, 51.500 00 ed Elbert Cole, Mrs. Murray, wife of to mrel at the ot IIutonTlll at. Friday. Dee. U. S. Bonds aad Prs- -i ban nl l A. the slayer, and Mrs. Murray's mother, II. Important baalnasaLsto be UaDaaala. Bukiag Hoasc aad OtW Real EeMe 9.499 8 58.580 83 J.W. BawiJiwi.Ottskssr. Dm from Banks Mrs. Chestnut, and then turned the 2,500 00 Due front U. S. Treasurer upon himself, inflicting a wound weapon 21,488 47 Cash on Hand Family es which resulted in death. trangement, said to have been due to A meeting ot the stockbotdora ot Ibe NaU47.5I4 86 at Murray's objections to the alleged at tional bonk of Iluitouvllle will lie heldsec- UABrUTtS: Ihelr bauklnir home In lluilonvllle tbe $50,000 00 tentions of Cole toward Mrs. Murray, oud Tuesday In January. 1810, between tuaii Capital Slock n parpoae 20.000 00 ia given aa the cause of Murray's act. ix a. mm lor tue ensuing oi electing uirec-toSarplua Food Earned to (errtt tbe fear. - W. P. PIttmao, of Beylt, wW fatee- dace a bill in the Letlskture appro priating $3,000 to build a park around the Confederate monument on the battlefield of Perryvllla. A general river and;harbor 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 TMMMLAL. AitrtinnsaAr T I Blf TURKEYS PRESENTS -- J. J. BELDEN,- d Stockholders Meeting For You to Give Your Friends. Umbrellas Neck Tics Su'ivcnilcrt Silk Sox Silk Hose Scnri Tins SI 00 to 810 00 Silk Mil filers $1 rtn-lm- well-to-d- o FOR SALE 00 to 1) 00 60c . 25, fiOc and SI Poenix Mulllcru !1 Htnn-for- 2oc to 00 Cuff Buttons - 26c to S1.50 J.'l.nO 812.50 86 to 812.60 Stock of Merchandise for Sale. buil-nea- 60c, SI, S1.50 Suit Cates SI to 82.60 Hit ml Hug- 60c to 83.60 Stetxon HaU 10, 26 and 60c Coat Sweater 25 and 50c Linen Handkerchief 13.60 and 86.0 60c to 82.60 25 and 50c Garten Silk Hnihlkercuicig Glove B. D. CARTER. Street. Phone 25c to 82.00 I)rc8 Sliirti 81.00,8160 Hy-om- el These are Selected Especially for Xmas Presents. G. B. FRUITT. Harry Jacobs, Cranito ments, H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. S3 p4l FOR SALE first G. L. Penny It. 11. Cufley E. K. Coleman National Bank NOTICE! Irtlll The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil, is a most Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and Strength. It is Especially Useful For Persistent Coughs and Colds, Sold under a Guaran- tee at '. t V 1 Stockholders' Meeting J. W. HocxBB,Uahlr. CHURCH MATTERS. POLITICAL. Hon. J. A. Sullivan, of Richmond, aays be will certainly be a candidate for Congress. A. E. Shilton, of Wayne county, is a candidate for a place on the State Board Control. President? Taft sent to the Senate the osaination of Hugh L..McKee as postmaster at Atlanta, Ga.. Dr. Jose Madriz, who was Zelaya'a candidate, was unanimously elected President of Nicaragua by Congress. f r Judge Horace H. Lurton was confirmed by tbo Senate as Associate Justice of the Supreme Court. No opplsl-tio- n appeared. Former United States Sentor W. A. Harris, of Kansas, died suddenly in Chicago at the home of a relative, neari disease was given aa the cause of death. Secretary Dickinson has decided to appoint J. P. Fyffe, of Chattanooga, Tenn., Chief of the Panama Canal Zone police, to succeed Gilbert Porter, The salary is $4,000 a year. The Mann "white slave traffic" bill, recently agreed on by the House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Com merce, waa favorably reported to the House by Chairman Mann. The Senate practically decided upon the inauguration of an inquiry into the Ballinger-Pinchcontroversy by adopting a resolution introduced by Senator Flint, of California, calling for all the papers bearing upon the case. At the same time Senator Jones, of Washington, stated that if no one else aaould propose a resolution of inquiry, he would do to after the holidays. ot The ladies of the Baptist church of Danville took in $169 at their bazaar held on last Saturday. Rev. Alfred A. Higgins will proach at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Rev. John Christopherson, of Lex ington, will preach Jat the Christian church at Crab Orchard Sunday morning and evening. A full attendance of the membership is desired. The Methodist congregation will wor ship with the Baptsits Sunday morning and night Rev. J. J. Dickey will preach. The Methodist Sunday school will meet with the Baptist Sunday school. The offering and exercises of tho Sunday school will be deferred un til the repairs on the Methodist church are completed. dlrectori for tbe ensuing year. Jouh J. McKobxht3, Cashier. Due to Basks A meeting! of tbe stockholders of the Plrst National Hank of Htanford will lie held at Notes Rcdiscounlcd tbelr banking bouse tbe second Tuesday In Jananry, I10. for thn purpose of electing Stockholders' Meeting UodVidrd OrcuLuoo Pro&tt-- Nct 2.612 19 49.500 00 Individual DepodU 202,732 97 1.329 70 15.340 00 $347,514 86 PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky, Stockholders' Meeting A meeting of tbe stockholders of the Lin coln County National Dunk otHtanford will bo held at tbelr banking houno tbe secouil Tuesday In January, lull), for tbe purpose of electing directors for tbe ensuing year. W. M. Hkioiit, Cashier. j. S. HOCKER. Presides S. T. HARRIS. V PreaWW; JOHN J. McROBERTS. Cashier; H. C BAUCHMAN. Ami. CAUc W. W. SAUNDERS. Book.Kaeper. POSTED. Oklahoma's Land Sale One million six hundred thousand acres of valuable farm ami grazing land belonging to the State of Oklahoma, will be divided into farms of one hundred and sixty acres each and sold to the highest bidder, on easy terms. AUCTION BEGINS DECEMBER 16, 1909, and continues for 21 days. The agricultural land has been appraised at prices ranging from $8.00 to $34.00 per acre. The average appraised value of the grazing land Is about $2.50 per acre. CLEMENS HOTEL Young: Girls Are Victims. headache, as prell as older women, but all get quick relief and prompt cure from Dr. King's New Life Pills, the world's best remedy for sick and nervous headaches. They make rmro blood, and strong nerves and build up your health. Try them. 25c at Penny's Drug Store. Another indictment in connection with tho sugar underweighlng frauds was found, Special Assistant Attornoy General Dennlson announcing that the Federal grand jury had indicted Thomas Doyle, assistant superintendent of tho Arbucklo sugar refinery in Brooklyn. f Dinwiddie East Orange, N. J., grand jury found two indictments against the three Wardlaw sisters, charging them with having caused the death of young Tb.e Mrs. Ocey W. M. Snead, who was found dead in a bath tub In an unfurnished room ia aa Baat Orange bouse. We.wbose names appear below, strictly forbid bunting, nsblngorany kind of tres passing on our places and will prosecute vl- J. L. Elk in, I'ror., UISIUII IU lua lull viuim um imw. Hits Mattlo itewes, jMlcuenbacu liros. Kred llaumann. a. j. irayior, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. N. II. f luinmer, i.iiburn uoocn, 11. 0, Nunaelley, Will Hester, J.W. llaugbman. J. W. leek. David Htevens, J. K. Bruce, JobnOamentscb. Wm.Oordler. Large, airy outside rooms. Commercial M. 1). Kltnore, Dan Tray lor, specialty. Hpeclat rates by week trarelers a (lotllhOllck. Kred llandorf, or month. Tbe proprietor Is a former Linll. al. Anderson. J.J.Thompson, coln county man and bis friends sbonld Mm when stopping In bis town. j, r. jioser, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. H. Kads Mrs. M. J.llorton A. Kllwau Mrs.ueo. ixgan, J.J.H.Elliott. Daugberly, W. Frank Uordler. Iter, rather Leo, Dr.d.0. 1'erry, H. II, llaugbman, If. fr . linauua, Uriah Albright. A. 1'. iUOli Mrs. Margaret Qooch, Jacob (lander fleo.U.Oivens, W. H.Traylor jonn juier, nam Kooerts, M, J.llofmaun, Amend Hcbuefer, M. T. Iteaxley A. H. Matbeny Mrs. J. II. Owsley, L. H. (lamer. Jl. I.. Kagaley, M. J. Morgan, K.O. Watkfns, H.T. Harris. J. U. Hundley. uoou, It. Jf.Urow, t). K. Mcuiure, Mrs. Nannie n. Anton ltonecker, Anderson Curr. Kred VonOriieiilgan W. M. Dlsbon, Mrs. Knte Adur T. I.. Iluuabnutn. . .. .1 :. Mrs. jteuvcen it. uurpenier nioiiiuiz. ,v iui"ita, H. r. uiwruiice, John H. Leo, I, rxj, ivi. Tom Kerrlll, ObrUtlun Jacob, Kred l'ayk. W. W. l'ltmau, Alex Cooper, J. NbyIii darter. Mrs. W. (I. Welch, K. II, Deiibum. T , V IIUUVUi II. O. Anderson, T. A. ltlce. llus (lelsxl. (Juris Oauieulsoh, Keuben Uurtls, Tlnsley Hpoouauioru James Hmlth, 1'. W. Hurler, a. i.. uarter, W. I". (Irlinoi, ll.W.dalnes. W. M. Ktelds' up-to-d- ate J, L. Uoiticlaw, Mrs. Wattle Whit., It. K. (lalnes. , W, . Miss Mary r.pwl., Jasaaa Mass, .! wtv Reduced Railroad Farfcs Via THE HENDERSON ROUTE to all points in Oklahoma Tickets on sale the first and third Tuesdays in each month and bear final return limit of twenty-fiv- e days trom date ot sale. Diverse routes arc 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 & Co., ;..... ... : Hustonville, Ky. Regarding the price and the diverse route arrangement of the railroad tickets, also the terms of purchase, payment and full description of the farm lauds, U. Full Information 1 -- Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an line of goods. PUNN, T. P. A., or J. P. GARDNER, G. P. A. Write "The Henderson Route" Iujsyiub, Ky. ai vj . j aajfe jw,. . r g. -Is You Will Reconsider 3 V . Your declaration to do witliout a Winter Coat when you sco the elegant garments wo arc offering and Cut Prices. TliU Winto Coat and when you can buy at a mens trifle compared to their real value. Wo have somo fine coats in largo weather rails for n sites that am tuually hard to get, but these go at CUT PRICKS with the other. Good time to get the Children's Cloaks at small coat. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. TAwronn, Ky., Gold medal flour at Georgo D. Hop per a. & SON. ... STANFORD KY. L. R. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Mitrtin - Dkc. 21, 1000 I Sohb ureal bariralns in box nsporare being closed out to make room for new stock at 1'enny's Drug Store. PERSONALS. Mh. R. M. Newland spent several days In Louisville. Miss MotxiE Dauuiiehty is with Lexington friends. Mns. W. S. Wamie! Is still confined to her bed by Illness. Miss Douje McRonEHTS is confined to her homo by illness. County Attorney 1. E. Robinson, of Garrard, waa in town Wednesday Mnq Harms went UD to Woodblno Wednesday to visit her son Dr. W. W. BimaiN. of Crab urcnara waa hero buying Xmas trlx yester nr-r-rt- p tlav. Messrs. C. A. Hardin and B. Casey Allen, of Harrodsburg, were hero Wed nrailiv. Mr. and Mns. Rodrrt Scudder spent several days with Madison coun ty relatives. Miss Katherinb Murphy has re (umnl from Uourbon College to her home at McKinney. Mru. s. M. Sauflry and littlo Shol ton Marshall aro over from Frankfort .milk llin hnmnfolka. Mr. K. (J. Waller, of Louisville, spent several days with hts daughter, Mm. Thomas D. Bads. Mrs. H. Rowan Saufley will bo hostess at tho Card Club meeting on not) Thnrailnv. Dec. 30. VlRClNIA Mtanrjt AU.EEN AND ItnnnN. of Lancaster, are with their slater. Mrs. W. K. Warner. uu a. w. Dn.uoN and wife, of Crab Orchard, were guest of Council man Ed Wllkerson and family. Mr CiiahlesE Hoiion, of Lebanon, waa here this week to sea one of muntv'a finest vounit women. John Owslkt IUid has gono Co New Haven, Conn , to bo with ma lamer, fir. Huph Held, durina-- an operation. Rkv. and Mrs. L. C. Kelly, of Or- liada, Tenn., are here to spend Christ- mas with her parents, Mr. aou airs T. I). Newland. Ui9 Margaret ilOCKRR is at homo from Tranavlvanta University, Lexing' ton. for the holidays, ner father, Mr. J. S. Hocker, went over aod accompan . (.(! home. Unnuq. E. J. Tannm and J. J. rwham. uf UcKlnncy. were at the Leland Hotel on their way homo from a business trip to LoossvlHe. uou sata thai more tobacco was gnwo m Lincoln county thia (year than ever ueiore- .Lin-rnl- Go to Karris' for your Xmas candies, Lost, a 'pet coon, Left my homo Monday evening. fruits and nuts. Bessie Holtzclaw, .i Next month is Xmas; see tho line of Stanford. Thea. Vaudeville each' night at W. II. Mueller, tho Jeweler. Grant Elliott's home In Casey burn torium. m For presents that aro beautiful and ed yesterday morning. The house stood You will find those Xmas presents lasting, go to W. II. Mueller. on the site whero George Hicks had at Ferris'. two houses to burn within a few years. . Something in brass makes most apcelery, cranberries for Oysters, W. A. Carson has bought of J. N. propriate Xmas gifts.. W. K. Warner. Xmas at Farris'. Mencfee, Sr., tho building on Lancaster . rf If you aro looking for fresh oysters street used by tho members Vaudeville every night at tho and celery go to J. D. Horton'a restau- church and will open a storo of Christ's we are in Thcatorium. 10 and 15c. formed. rant. . For nlco holiday presents go to Muel A nox of cigars will make a nlco Contrary to our expectations and ler's jewelry storo. Xmas present. Get ono of Shugara & prediction, Corbin went dry in the election held thcro Wednesday, the New lino of fancy ginuhams, calicoes Tanner. .. majority against etc., at White's store. J. L. Jarvis bought J. O. Spoona- - The town has been saloons beinir 38. dry three years. more's farm on Hawkln'a branch for Wanted To Rent. A houso of six $7,000. Tho place contains 11G acres. T. C. BALL has sold to R. G. Jones or seven rooms. W, W. White. his stock of goods and rented him his store-rooon Depot Street. He will From now until Jan. 1st I will sell Ik words fail, send a box of Dolly give possession Jan. U Mr. Ball has Shugara & Tan- my stock of buggies, etc., at $10 to $16 bought a good farm on the Somerset Varden chocolates. oft of tho regular prices. E. T. Pence, pike and will till the soil. ner. . Jr. s A team Leave your ordora with W. H. Wanted, to buv u trood Lincoln coun Beazley of mules belonging to E. T. for your Christmas fruits, candies, ty farm of tho value of $20,000 to $30,- - colored, and driven by Loguo Coffey, scared at an automobile driven etc. 000. Address Lock liox 201, Stanford, .by George Phelps, of Madison, and ran away. Coffey was thrown out and had For all kinds of fruits, candles and Ky. three fingers broken and an eye badly nuts go to the restaurant; cheapest and OUR mill will be closed Saturday, hurt. best. Christmas day. Buy your coal, feed, to day, Friday. J. 11. Baughman For Christmas candies, fruits and etc D. II or- - & Co. nuts, cheancst and best, at J. ' The owner can get a lady's cloak and ton'a. a boy's work coat by calling at my For Rent. Splendid living rooms at store. They were found and left there, college on Main Street see. II. J. Me T. D. NewNnd. i" Roberts. i Steady With each 25c cash purchase you get An all 'Round Hincketnith. Crackers For Sale. -- I have a chance on tho beautiful $10 doll in our Employment and Good Wugcs. Fire on hand a bin stock of firecrackers for show window and which we will give tho holidays. M. O. Uastin, Rowland, away. Shugara & Tanner. m Hig-gin,S ' Xmas Goods Wo have a nice assortment of Christmas goods to Bclect thnt present from. Silk Umbrellas, with gold or pearl handler, prices from 83.50 to $10. Nico fur sets from 89 to 825. ladies' handbags from fiOc to 87.C0. Suit cases from $1.25 to $7.50. Silk Wnist Patterns. An elegant lino of handkerchiefs, collars, ties, belt pins, novelties, senrfs, silk shawls, Ac. Also a large assortment of toys for the children, consisting of dolls, vrngons, figures, Ac. Also a lot of Chinaware, coneistinij of salad dishes, cake plates, &c HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. WANTED! W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. ! as N. Menepee won the Sealed bids for tho surplus milk diamond ring raffled off by Thomas from Jan. 1 to July 1, 1910, will bo re Phillips and sold it back to that gentleceived bv tho secretary until noon of man for 1250. Judge Menefeo's num Dec. 30. Stanford Creamery Co. ber was 03. -has bought of Martin tho old Dr. P. W. Logan near Turneravllle at J80. Tho contains 12G acres and the land is Ky. Judge John PUBLIC SALE IlnrliiR drcltlcU to go Wont, I will on TUUUHDAY, DKO.au. 1KW, John J. Moser Frnnk 't 7 kr Lexington Gaiette. Mr. J. U. McAuarwt, of Way, uIm . U anendioa-- a few days with Mr. II r. lirlffbt. alias Nell Wright, who has been spending the fall with tho family of Mr. G. P.'Crow. left for her homo In Liberty to spend tho to-da- y holidays. Advocate. y, Rev. A. J. Tribblk and Messrs. A. J. Trlbble, ef Madison, Walter Nunnel-leof Winchester, Sam Nunnelley, of Lexington, John Tribute and wife, of Lancaster, and Mrs. Henry Rlddlebur-Ke- r, of Taint Lick, uttended tho burial of their relative. Mr. I. P. Nunnelley. h LOCALS. Lit A White fill those - Christmas stock-Ing- a. ' few more guna left , oae-poo- ad at White'a it "tore, Sek oar for 36c. Fairla'. boxes of cboeolate Goods delivered aay where io town on WWt short notice. W.-r. A NICK top robe will aaeJie Xraa present. J. O. McCUry. ', v good Another eaipmeat ef Rochester ware received. W. H. Higgles. .. Another Whites'. shipment of shoes Bveryone can get a it. ' at No paper will bo Issued from this office Tuesday but wo hopo to bo out on time Friday morning. A merry Christmas to ono and all. Talk with mo before buying a type- writer, and sou sample at my homo. T. A. Urackett, local agent for Standard Typewriter Exchange, New York. ' -- Tub Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian church will nseet with Mrs. v. is. Friday, 'Mattle Withers at Dee. 81. A fH atUaeanee la asked. v - a. illio hnrrow; 1 culmator; I double plow; 1 m. mmm 1 set turning low; I wukoii, Mr, A. H. Severance has bought of I liUKtty unii Don't for tho sake of being over nice buy useless things as gilte fur tho Starred his Father - in - Law. of wunouand plow near; Koodun new; bar-nlh:y frame; Nneinii brakes; pair of Mr. Richard Hampton the handsome Aytch Grimes stabbed his father-i- n good work inulei, both mnret; two hortea, They don't "show up" well a week after you' haw .given residence on Logan Avenue occupied by law, William Burgo, on Depot atreet yearling and 1 two year old; I good brood HOLIDAYS. Naboth, gentle for women inure, lu font Prof, and Mrs. J. W. Ireland. Price ahout noon yesterday, inflicting a very lourtve; Jg to mllkrowi, I freab In them. about dangerous wound. Tho knifo entered pounds each; meat liogi. weigh potutoet; 30 private. 5 bunheln of IrUh W Often he laughs at tho gift and its giver. gallonaof good orKhummaln9ea;10Ubena; the right side of hu neck and barely alio my household and kitchen furniture, On account of the Holidays tho L. & escaped the jugular vein. Ho bled pro- conilitlng of tables, chulr,ilreij-rri- , Buy Articles of Service and Utility for with them alone do ycir do .an tickets today, fusely. Drs. Kennedy and Phillips N. will sell round-triehlfToiier, carpel other were thlnga too numerous to und many Turma nonltou. Dec. 31, and Jan. 1 Friday, called and they immediately dressed made Lnown on day of tale, att of good grace and only by them are you gratefully remembered. at It fares plus 25c, good returning un- the wound. When asked why he stab IL F.HLUAN, Hubble, Ky. See what wo have to offer, tben select. til Jan. 6. bed Mr. Burge, Mr. Crimea said: "He -- i.n mia-- i Slight Change ok Time. No. 27, made me do it." They bad been at outs the local from Louisville, now arrives for some time. at 1023 a. u., instead of 102, and No. Compromised. The damago suit of pas- $30,u00 22, the afternoon Louiaville-boun- d of Mrs. Ida Garrison against MV !.. senger, arrives at 6:49 Instead of 6:45 Hugh Thompson waa compromised In Thene hare tho follnwlns furma nin. ih farms me leen bouuhl be inr ktaudlng timber. We have no ue for the aa formerly. Ky. the Casey Circuit Court by Thompson farma und will tell them on tasy pnyuienti. .. paying her $5,000. It will bo rememberMarks-bur- y Farm No. I. Mrs. George Pence, of the . 150 aerei, W mile from Morris, section of Garrard and related to ed that ho killed Fred Garrison, the rrom llatesvillooiiH free gravel three rallei M. G. MURPHY. J. W. ACTON. road pike. son of his sister, Mrs. Gar- Hell Independent Telephone pasae place. the families of that name in this county, ... rison, and was given 21 years in the llo r . ... uinu fnm:a uiuc.i)ii- llllie from PUD- school and churches. was badly hurt in a runaway accident ii.nini hri.k follow- housi. ilate roof, all room rrMj. nuim.ii caused by a shaft ef the vehicle she penitentiary. The damage suit cellar under whole bouw, Ilrlck outbuild. ed the killing. Thompson also compro- Inns, nil orchard containing no fruit trees, ! waa driving In breaking. Kood vineyard, one large cattle burn, MtHO, mised with his wife, who sued for uunuuiv uurn, manu. n inrge granery und granting her a complete divorce Was at the Surrender. Mr. M. O all In good condition. Land la ull letel with good Vandeveer tells a friend of this paper and the custody of their children and timber. iliucres drulnaice.il narea ntumllncrd on which timber wnireinov-eWinter is now upon and it will pay you to look through our stock before the punt threoyeurnlanow In good pasthat his grandfather, George Vando-vee- paying her $5,000. Thompson further ture, balance of land In buying. Tho best felt and over combination, former price 83.50, now $3.15. cultivation. tHesurrender of Cornwal-li- a agrees never to return to Casey or any uuiiuiiiHa on tnii lurmcouiu not be rep The A regnlar 83 felt und overs waa at 82,75, $2.50 for $2.25. A full line uf Mens, en lor lieen harvested this and that tho old gentleman died at adjoining county in the event he is re- v ears)r.u.uu. There has to an ncre und U) Ladies', Missm and Boys' Rubbers. Men's bushels of wheat extra Heavy double front OveruusiiRia corn toiin uore. our price on tbl Phil. Casey county, some yeara ago, leased from the penitentiary. alls, 04c. A Yull line of solid leather Shoes for all members of tho family. inriu is iv,ol. aged 100. Remember wo carry a uice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Hate, Cap, Pants, Program of the Eighth Congression Farm No. 2. 1(7 acres. Dec. 15, Kibject To taxpayers Lincoln County.- -I al District Teachers' Association to be miles fromSinllea from Nuwnnint. 1ml from Groceries, Queensware, Hardware, Etc.. and Uote Knochsburg, S& miles i.n Best Patent Flour 87u for 24 )ounds; 2nd patent, IraniM hnnw. n to market fluctuations: will have to advertise and Bell your held at Danville Dec. 31 and Jan. 1: Itatesvllle. Ind. Due wihQ whuj KiHuvrjr mil, soul Iiouae. 1U1S 82c, ArbuckW Cofleo 15c pound; Baking Powder 4c; Soda 4c packet and property after Jan. 1 If your tax Is not Friday, 10 A. M. Welcome address by land Is rolling, u was used on every part of the land, manures of paid In order to make my final settle- Dr. Oicar B. Fallis. Reply by Chair bottom, (JO acres now In standing good creek 2 pounds of keg.soda for Scratches 4c box; fireproof standard oil 12c gallon timber, ao goou wueat ,uwu ment with the State and county. Set- man, Prof. J. A. Sharon. Friday, 10:30 This farm will raiseaim 111lobaeoo,conaition. or Indian Refining Oil at same price. We still have plenty of Olue river pood corn and salt, barrels, at 81.50. Eggs, 28c. tle up and save this expense. T. J. A. M. Tho Duty of the State to Edu wheat. Our prlcoon thla farm lalljUUund we m. cate Ita Citizens, by Hon. A. H. Hill, sheriff. serve ull .tumllnc timber over 15 inches nn .. tuiup is incnea iroui ground. discussed by Hon. W. 1. Wil Prof. Ernest Gibson has resigned liams, Supt. C. M. Money and Supt. M. Farm No. 3 1S1 acres, lays 1 High School Departas teacher In the L. Chowning; general discussion. Fri- which has a publio mile from llaymoml.lnd., Tho Cash Bargain Store, tchool, ment of the Stanford Graded School, day, 2 P M. How to Improve the Ru- and Methodist church, fourUutholla church and u half miles station. A and Prof. Deemer, of Toledo, O., has ral Schools, by Hon. John Noland; dis- ironi morns, u raiiroou burn frame house und good uud grunery. been elected in hla stead. Prof. Gib cussed by Hon. J. W. Rawlings, Supt. Thlt land Is rolling and all bus been under cultivation, some Iwttoiu ground, good son is a splondid gentleman and we aro C. C. Sandusky, Supt G. M. Ballard, fence around entire farm, HI sly acres landing timber. This farm will make sorry that he baa decided to cast his lot Supt. Miss Ora L. Adams; general dis good toluicco furm anil will rnlso wheat a L. R. HUGHEtf.S. AT and W. L. M'CARTY.Pres. E. O. WALTON, corn. Our price It PSJMX. elsewhere. cussion. Friday. 8 r. M. Rational i Farm No. 4 W. Course of Study, by Dr. E. George &)0 ncre j, four miles from Metumom, alz New Real Estate nillosfroin L. McCarty, Logan R. Hughes and E. Payne; discussed by Prof. J. W. Ire lin county. llrookvllle.county seat of FrankThis farm la rolling land aw . ground on C Walton have formed a partnership to land, Prof. Bridges, Prof. T. J. Coatea acres newthree) ear. which Umber has been estate business under and Prof. B. A. Logan; general discus- removed kuu. hiiiii. Throe large tobacco do a general real uuusea unu .uiiiis. u iinemuK There w tho name of the Stanford Real Estate sion, Saturday, A. u. The Purpose other bulldlug. thlt farm us two crops of tobacco raised on the pailtwoeara Stanford, Kentucky. Company. Mr. McCarty is president of and End of a Normal School, by Prof. quality and mutntlty was llrst class. If you In this furm wrttu us ire Hughes is socretary J, G. Crabbe, State Superintendent; will lutervsted uddllloual Information.and we the company, Mr. give ou we expo j t to sell ull of the above, farms and treasurer and tho other member of discussed by Prof. E. C. McDugle, Mrs, within the next U) days. Wo will furnish tho firm Is vice president. Their place R, N. Roark, Supt. Garland Singleton, ubstraut allowing clear title and eon gle sue uuuvu luriiis. wur of business will be in the sheriff's of Supt. Miss Jennie Higgins; general dis- lussessiuu ui uny ui Ini lance IO yearly pay- - Farms and Town Property Handled ou ConimUeioii. Stocks nod Boeiuj emu ure a ciuli, fice, whero one of tho company will bo cussion. Saturday 10:30 A M. Propos nients, secured by uiortguge w 1111 o or cent. Sold. If you Have Property to Sell or Rent Notify Us. Interest, llnteswlle Is located on the Chi iti ed Educational Legislation, by Dr. cago Division of thetl.O. U. A Ht. L. rail found ready to wait on tho public Write lor Circular to v ro O., vou have a farm or town property to Georgo J. Ramsey; discussed by Prof. road, Ui miles from Olnolnnatl, Oull and us on miles liullanunoll. W. F. Illnitt; gener- und wefrom show you these lud will farms or write sell or rent or want to rent or buy such, J. A. Sharon, Dr. al discussion. Saturday 2 p. M. Re- us. make your wants known to tho Stan-Re- ports of Committees. Plans for the Co., The Estate Company and they will re next session, and geaeral business Uatttavllle, lud. ting. ceive proaspt atteattoa. -i 1 1 p ' rate. Aid Society of the Bap farm tist church havo our thanks for place Christmas box of good things which we first aro very proud of. They did well with their baiaar Wednesday. The Ladies' at my pine,, of n mllo North of the wood-v- a brld;tlowT.U. llaiikln, urur Hutiblrt. Ky ,on theolil Danville pike, m lu o'clock USEFUL GIFTS. A. v., olTcr for wile the following property: Ouu corn planter, with check, rower attachment, Kxxl as new : I mowing machine; one Farms for Sale! W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, GOODS d r, telf-blnd- s 280-poun- d Trock-morto- n; MURPHY A ACTON, Kings Mountain Ky. Co.-Me- ssra. Stanford Real Estate Co., al Hillenbrand L, R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky. fz Hutchison & Frost, of Moreland, lold Red Cross stamps for sale at Adams' their tobacco at Danville at 111 to 18c. Bros., drug store. Help a Rood cause Stanford at D. K. Farrls, of Crab Orchard, sold by buying some. MntenAinOxtPeH-OfctcSpecial Christmas sermon at the HMMl-etohis tobacco at Danville at an averago mnUer. Moreland Christian church Sunday ofl4c J. B. HagRin, owner of Elmendorf morning by tho pastor, Eld. W. J. stock farm in Fayette, will put in 1,100 Montgomery. No.JI.Houth.lltMr.M. Tho C. W. B. M. will have charge of acres In com next year. No. tsVHouth, 10:13 A M. No.H.Nortb.tlWA. M. C. M. Jenkins, Bryantavllle, received the services at the Christian chureh, No.M.North.JHJ r. M. No.7,IO:A. M. the high price of $20 at Monday's sale Hustonville, Sunday morning, when No.J,liwr. K. Rov. J. W. Willis will deliver an at the Danville tobacco warehouse. on tho C. W. B. M. watclrword Dluo Grass King, recently bought by JOS. 8. RICE, George Ellis, of Barren county for for 1009 and 1910. Rov. Willis' subject is dead. He was a fine harness that night will bo "The Wise Men." line of Xmas Wo have an stallion. A Jersey steer came to my place crash, wrapping paper and notions, Surgeon Dec. 1. Owner can get same by pay- new lino of ladles' skirts and tailored KENTUCKY. ing for this notice and Its keep. G. W. waists, all linen. Closing out Winter STANFORD, millinery at rock bottom prices. Havo Statcm, Bowen, Ky. 08oe over McRoborU' Drug Store in Six white sheep, threo with hornsand moved to office rooms of Newton buildtho Owsley Building. three without, came to my placo on Oct. ing. Call and see us before you buy. 13. Owner can get same by paying for Miss Cora Lipps & Sister, Hustonville. On Friday evening. Dec. 24, at 7:30 this notice and their keep. M. H. Mason, an interesting entertainment will be Jumbo. Ky. At W. S. Carrier's sale in Boylo pairs given at the Graded School of Huston Lincoln Lodge No. M K.A A.M. will meet Pair villa. All patrons and friends of tho 4n .tntmt rotnnmnlrAtlon nn each Orst and of mules brought $375 to $500. third Monday nlfthts of each month, at 7:30r. yearling mules $275. Horses sold at school aro especially Invited to attend enrior K in tneir unit on main iirem, Mombors of alster lodges nre fri sheop at $0.50, hogs at 81c As there will bo some necessary ex iernally Invited to lie present. T. W. Pen $150 to $500, corn in crib $2 CO. pensc, the small admission of 15 cents nington, nee. For Sale. 20 extra nice yearling will be charged. Children under 12 ad' mare mules, mlttcd for 10 cents. Everybody come, cattle, a pair of . ba aliH t... a tnllnv nf av ... three and four years old, and a pair of ft Forced Into Exllo. John G. rience. Then your clothes, wbethern low horse mules, fat. price uiuiuens sun ur me iiiiwb. cvcuiuk Lynn, Hustonville. Wm. Upchurch of Glen Oak, Okla., lothe,',wlII havo that Individuality nnd nt which plainly Indicate, they were mnde to A bay gelding about 10 years old left was an exllo from home. Mountain mn lor extra trousers, fancy vests, top my place near Baumann's Store Tues. air, ho thought, would euro a frlghtfu i aud overcoat.. Kail and Winter coats cough that had defied all sampleaon uandfendy for your Inspection. day night. He Is about 16J band" high II. O. UUPLK Y. The Tailor, After six and in fairly good order. Sound and remedies for two years. Stanford, Ky. good worker. John Stratton, Stanford. months ho returned, death dogging his W. B. Burton, of Lancaster, sold to steps. "Then I began tousoDr. King's CUT FLOWERSOR SALE! James Shropshire, of Harrison county, New Discovery," ho writes, "and af I can furnlih the public with the belt, a the Naboth stallion he bought of James ter taking six bottles I am as well as well the I reshast of cut flowers, plants of all kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short R. Beasley some years ago, for $1,400. over." It saves thousands yearly notice. Also make a specialty of wreaths He paid Mr. Beazley $1,000 for tho from desperate lung dlsoascs. Infallor for funeral purposes. Jn connection with the abore, I have all lible for Coughs nnd Colds, It dispels kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable horse. prices. 1 have an wagon team Hoarsenes and Soro Throat. Cures 0IUU8TM AN OUKEN H0UHE8, wagon Grip, Bronchitis, Hemorrhages, AsthKn llnniiARn. I'hok. for sale. Also a Htnuford, Ky. horse for sale; or I will trade him for a ma, Croup, Whooping Cough. 50c good driving horse. This horse will and SI, trial bottle free, guarsnleed by fcMurtsJobaeco and Tobacco weigh about 1,500 and a good( one. B. Penny's Drug Store. D. Carter. whisky house of Frie-bur- g The A permanent organization was formed Nothing But Brothers, in Cincinnati, was de Lexington for the purpose of hold at The Chief of the Fire ing a corn exposition annually, the ob- stroyed by fire. ject of which is to interest tho people Department was injured when his auto Insurance Min. The of the Bluegrass region in the improve- mobile hit a telegraph post. STANFORD, KY. ment in the grain, methods of cultivaResidence Phone 84; Office, PS. FARM FOR SALE 0R1RENT. tion and production of Indian corn. Insure with me and be fully The highest price ever paid for a protected. stallion in Central Kentucky was realContain, 110 acres, best tobacco land In ized when L. T. Anderson, of Point au the county, IK miles from lie Kinney. Will four View Stock Farm, Bourbon county, sailor rent, lias two dwellings, one of Two rooms nnd tho other of two rooms. sold to A. R. Long, of Kansas City, orchards of nearly fit) trees. Tobacco barn bold 10 acres of tobacco cheapest that "Knight of Point au View." the mate farm willKentucky nt price. In T We aroln Dosltlon to do nil kinds of con of "Beau Brummel," several times C.R. HltAWNKIt, cretlng. such as Mock Work, Pavements McKlnney. Ky. and. tu fact, wo can make any thing from r prize winner at noted horse shows, for Jsooee down to a f ence post. We can serve $6,000. yoa promptly and guarantee s work and material. Oall and get our prices Bargain. 351 acres of good land, of aviore you ouy your xnaieriai ai lensi. which 100 acres is bottom land, eight-roodwelling, two good stock barns, Furniture aud Undertaking. new tobacco barn, 3Gx9C, ice house, buggy house, two corn cribs, etc., two Day Phone 28. Stanford, Ky. good cisterns, the whole farm being Night Phone 133. well watered, well fenced and lays well. Will sell as a whole or cut 200 acres with improvements, to suit purchaser, which includes 100 acres as fine MAHONY bottom land as there is in the county. To- This is a bargain. See L. R. Hughes, Stanford, Ky. Interior Journal. FARMER'S DKPAKTM1HT. lUOTOlTVILLI. NOTICE! We ask tho patronage of our (rlendt and nursery nelehbnr for our took. His carefully select!. clean, thrifty and welt grown, l'rleet are reasonable. Address J. A. MoKKK. Kings Mountain, Lincoln Co., Ky, homa-irown XMAS PRESENTS. Ladies, Men and Boys. L.SN.TIWETHBLE Agent. HOME FOR SALE! One story cottaea of eight rooms and all neressary outbuilding. Lot contains one acre, Ulvldod Into cow lotonwhloh Is roomy bnrn, tniRuy bouse, corn crib, etc Hood Rardrn spot. This Is a desirable place, local, edon corner of Whitley and Miller streets. A. II. UOI.TZUI.AW.Htnnford, Kf.i ss 0, A. S. PRICE, Dentist, SURVEYING te Our utoro ! full of tireful presents fur Ladico, Gentlemen and Boy, Every department in now at its best aud wo want cvory ono who ha any idea of mnking n Christina, gift to it man or Iwy to como In aud ec tho iue-fi- ll I mn prepared lodo alt kinds of surveying and civil engineering promptly. My work things a mnn I euro to appreciate. will be guaranteed and my prices am rea sonable. Write me nt Mokluney or call me If ItVto Iks n Suit or Overcoat wo havo the Itcst make, in the country o er the telephone through the Hustonville Kxeuange, WAbrBllMoKINNKY. from AND CIVIL NEERING. ENGI- ig MASON'S MEET. ' NOTICE?! nwii-ford.K- Fall and Winter Stock. You rn hereby notified that Tom Harris who Is now confined In ItieHtnln penltcntl-nr- y for shooting one Klavlus (Ireer, will mnkn application to the Htnte Hoard of I'rl-ii- n If it's to bo a Kilk Scurf or Mtilllor wo hava nn uiniunlly handsome asCommissioner at Krnnkfort, Ky., onTuoMlay, Hut Titular of December, two, for a I "n role from said Penitentiary, Wit- sortment from COc to 811.00. ness my hand this NolmmN'r M, Iww. Hero's a now froih stock of Lidic' and Men's Iliindkcrdiiof TOM lIAUItlH. from 5 to $7.50 to $25. 1 Fruit And Ornamintal Trtu COc. ! Kverythlng (or Orchard, Law n nnl garden, Catalogue on Application Then there aro lined and unlincd Gloves, Tur Cap iindIlnts of every ind. Hosiery, Suspenders and tho most beautiful collection of gentlemen's Neckwear ever shown here. All in handsome boxes. - ' lung-rackin- g No Agents. H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS, Lexington. Ky. REWARD. Hating suffered considerable annoyance nnd damugo from outlaws. In breaking gate latches nnd tearing down and destroying my gates, on the county road that runs through my farm, I have concluded toolTer n reward for Information leading to the conviction of such person or iwrsons. I will therefore give the sum of (W for Information leading to tho arrest and conviction of any party or parties, that hnve broken have the latches on any of my gntes.or that gates sawed down or torn down any of my on the county road which runs from the Hustonville turnpike to the Mlllnlgevllle turnpike, through my farmland I will give the tamo amount for Information lending to the arrest nnd conviction of nny party or parties who In the future commit any of the almve offenses. Witness my band tbls 10th day or August, mm. SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. eight-year-ol- d lams. Insurance. five-stor- y New Stock of Oliver Plows at j 5 - Jesse D. Wearen, t, j. him., mi. NOTICE! CONCRETING ilrt-clas- Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns in the West End In- surance Agency. Get your policies written right in a good company by W.J.CAMPBELL, Hustonville, Ky. TRIBBLE & PENCE, PHILLIPS BROS., W. H. H ICG INS, Stanford, Kentucky. INSURANCE. R. B. Stanford. Kentucky. Insures Tobacco, bacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life. Live Stock, Health Bring Mc Wheat for Judge Saufley Governor. for and Accident, Plate Glass, Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount. J.L.Beazley&Co., 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 bcom for Judge M. C Saufley for governor. I 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 Sautley 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 300,000 democratic votes for him. snow on the We have a in Cooke county, which ground is the heaviest I have ever seen in Texas I am well and weigh 270 pounds five-inch y Your Printing" To bead tasln aaywbera. hat Its ran. 1 ooojest! on, ts hlnusually. At least, so blood pressure nothing say Dr. Snoop, and to else It t has created a little pink tablet. That Cove Dr. Bboop's Ueadacha Tablet ooaxa blood pressure away from pain centers, lu eCect Is charming, pleasingly deUgbtfuL OenUy though safly.ttiurlr4uaijeUM blood drcu. laUon. If you hava a headache. It's blood pressor. If n't painful periods with women, same caaas. If you an sleepless, restless, nervctu. It's Mood congestion blood pressure. That surely Is eartalnty, for Dr. Shoop's lleadjtcbe Tablets stop It to 20 mlnuuj. and the tablets simply dJiuibuM to unnatural blood pressure. red. and Bruise rour fliurar. and doesn't II swell, and pain rout Of count It doe. It's eon. gestlon. blood pressure. You'll fled It where pola is always. It $ simply Common Sense. wa teu as z cents, ana cbeenuuy Mo In the PAIN lla nt CIk Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Capital, Surplus, Resources, St H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT1 $5O,O0O.00 40,000.00 340.000.00 . Headache Tablets STORE. PENNY'S DRUG Dr. Shoop's J. B. PAXTON, H. C BRIGHT, CASHIER, ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER. CLERK. WM. J. W. DIREOTORSi J. R. Owsley, Stanford's, If. Shanks, Stanford; V. Goo. Y. The J.ohn R. Foster, Stanford; Kin, uancMicr; u. u. HENRY II. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. laxtou, sianiorti; w. II. Traylor, Gilberts Crook; R. L. Ilubblo, Lancaster; V. II, Cummins, Preachersville; Lilhiim Gooch, Gilberts Creek. Carter, Stanfor Ran- - I INTERIOR JOURNAL Office WATTERSON'S PAPER Weekly Courier Journal -- Rring Your Cattle and Mules to Stanford. Undertakers and Embalm. en. Also Dealers in Fur oiture.JMattings.Rug?. They will exchange Furniture for all Kindt of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. and my wife weighs 170 pounds. Nom inate Judge Saufley for governor and I think I can push myself up to 300 lbs. Nwinelley's New ...VuTdi... "of Very Respectfully, Mc Will Sheldon and Clinton stod. Wheat. STANFORD. . Barricading themselves in a house, Montgomery, Al- KENTUCKY. Negroes, wanted for the murder of J. C. McClary, if JiLf Vndertaker. Embalmor and Scaler InJHarness, Saddlery, U K gernon Lewis, opened fire on aSherill'a posse near Magnolia, Marengo county, Ala , wounding four white men seriously. The house was set on fire and Clint Montgomery was cremated, the other two being captured when they dashed from the burning building. Gov. Comer has ordered out Boldiers to .AND. v3Rfer Best The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR Aro now completed and nru ready for till kimU live stock, with good covered pcus and plenty of feed and water. Firet-chis- s and charges rcaKHiublc. Your support and patroimgo cordially solicited. Phono No. 1. Court Day, Second Monday, uccom-uiodutio- I. M. BRUCE. Assistant. prevent further trouble. A Scolded Boy's Shrieks STANFORD, Pbonosr. KY- Home Phone 81. horrified his grandmother, Mrs. Maria Taylor, of Ncbo, Ky., who writes that, when all thought he would die, Huck-lcn- 's Arnica Salve wholly cured him. Infallible for Hums, Scalds, Cuts, Corns, Wounds, Bruises Cures -Sores, Dolls, Skin Kruptlons, Chilblain, Chapped Hands. Soou routs Piles. 25c ut Penny's Drug Store. Fever- Work Lowest Prices ONLY $1.50. I'ew people In tb United Htates have not l. Democratic heard of the In all things, fair In all things, clean In all thing. It I essentially a family paper, ily a spclal arrangement we are enabled to ofL on fer tho WKEKLY year and Ibis paper for the price named above. Bend your subscription for tbe combination to ns not tctbs Oourr-Jou- r Courier-JournaOOUKIBB-OUUNA- Look at White's dolls. Make your hoina us modern for your fuiuily as a city MR. FARMER. residence, and placo yourself in a pisition to get thu latest market quotations at any time. This can bo accomplished by 1110.1ns of our telephone wrvico, which you and your neighbors can get t'r n sum that W snail compared with tho benefits received. Call or uddro our iiiarojt uffue or write direct to headquarters, Nashville, Tuun., for inform itlou regarding our spscial "Farmers' Lino" rate. If you are not at prowit enjoying teleph mo ssrvicu, we can Immediately iutcrcst you. Our lines covor tho State of Kentucky, Tennessee. Mississippi, Loulmim and tlio Hnitlnm portion of Indium ail EAST TKXNEMBK TEL. it TKL. CO. 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