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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 IrmE I TERIOR JOURNAL ttl HI YOL XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 31 1909 R0 gg j iG BRODHEAD j Traders say there never was lucl1a scarcity of hogs in this part of the I 1countryi Several Ice houses were filled here last week with fiveInch Ice Parties handling It say It Is the clearest and purest they ever taw A little daughter of Postmaster John NRobins Is very sick W A Carson is for R H Hamm Jake Elder made a flying trip to Livingston Oar two physicians say they are go lag all the time that there is consider n able sickness in different parts of the county Pneumonia fever is prevalent Solomon Northern an employe of the L A N residing here was struck by a train near Dardstown Junction a few i days ago and sustained painful Injuries Tony Brook of this place the big k section foreman who works a crew of 4 men at Shephcrdsvlllo is visiting his i brother George Brooks at Williams burg Christmas paused ofT here very quiet Jy Some drinking as usual but every ono acted nicely about It Lola of jugs and packages of whisky were shipped here but most of it was for persons out in the county Doll Lawrence tho low flung scamp who scattered small pox through thus section last fall and which caused one death and cost the county up into the thousand mark was fined 100 atj i the teat term of tho Mt Vernon circuit courtThe railroad side track at this place is again crowded with timber such as logs lumber cross ties spokes chestnut wood etc and there seems to beg I Ono let up In sight J G Frith has ro cently bought of John Locco a tract of timber for 1GOO also a boundary lromI Mrs James Moore for 2100 Mr Frith says that owing to the low price t of lumber he may not begin to cut this timber until next autumn Tho Baptist Sunday school entertained its pupils with a tree after which tho ladles of the church gave a box supI per and about f35 was realized ThoI Methodist Sunday echool treated theI pupils to a tree and a lltjto entertainment In tho way of songs and recita tions The Christian church Sunday school had no exercises Tho lIamllI tonlan Society which was to have ren dered the play entitled The SquireI Daughter Xmas night was unable to do so on account of the illness of ono of tho main actors Tho play however will bo given New Yeara night and promisee to be very enjoyable The proceed are for the benefit of thet Christian church Every ono who canI should witness this play and assist aI worthy cause I 4 Vlsltora In and around town during Christmas are numerous Among theI lot wo noticed Dr 00 Stone of Mid dlesboro with Emery Albright Geo Frith of the Louisville Dental College Ed R Gentry of the Louisville Law f School Byron Owens of Georgetown College are with the homefolks Mr and Mrs Henry Schubert of Defiance 0 are with tho latters parents Clar ence Perkins of Junction City was the guest of his grandfather Mr R S Martin Ezra Shlvel of Gre nsburg is visiting his parents Albert Albright and little son William are with W H Albright Rev J W Sayers of Pine villo is with friends here J P Hamm of Walton fa the guest qf relatives hero Mr and Mrs J F Carter of Gratz are with their sons Dr W F and Joe Gratz Misses Elizabeth and Georgia Verralllion of Danville are guests of Mi s Elizabeth Tharpe D Mayer of Atlanta is with friends here Rills Her Foe of 20 Years Tho roost merciless enemy I had for 20 years declares Mrs James Duncan of llayncsvillc Mo was Dyspepsia I suffered intensely after eating or drinking and could scarcely dlcep After many remedies had fall ed and several doctors gave mo up I tried Electric Ditttrs which cured mo completely Now lean oat anything I am 70 years old and am overjoyed to set my health and strength back again For Indigestion Loan of Appetite Kidney Trouble Lamo Back female Complaints its uncqualed Only 60o at Pennys Drug Store At Toledo 0 Miss Carol Hunt was instantly killed and her parents were wounded not seriously Joseph Mack ley who Is charged with having shot them is sought by the police Mack ley had been refused the hand of the f Birl4 Barricaded in a dwelling house and armed with a shotgun and revolver Jamea F Roach who shot and seriously I wounded his mother in Memphis was hemmed in by a posse but managed to slip out and escape 1 There are no words good enough I to express my high opinion of Miona as a sure cure for IndigeatlonJ FI Click Brldgewater Va 00 O L Penny guarantees Mlona Large box 60c s MATRIMONIAL John Durham and Miss Birdie Terry were married at J M LOOKS on the 24 R M Penny and Mrs Mary Brown were married at Somerset by Rev Hu eyGeorge Wilder obtained license Wed np day to mfirry Miss Bcttie Quarles on Jan 2- John Renner aged 17 and Miss Katie Sweeney 14 wero married in Rock castleJ Terry and Miss Emma Holmes Adams were made ono at Danvlllo on the 26th Shell Reed and Miss Cynthia War field were made one at C D Warflelda Wednesday The Advocate announces the engage ment of Mice Katherine Curry of Dan ville to Sanders Clsy of Puducah W T Datson and Miss Hattie Flan cry wore married on the 24th at tho Methodist parsonage by Rev J J Dickey Grover Gaitlneau and Miss Alpha Naylor drovo to Lancaster on Christ mil eve and were married by Rev F U TinderWilliam Adams and Miss Cora Baugh were joined In wedlocks holy bonds at Rev J M Cooks by that gentleman WednesdayA and Miss Ora Foley both of the East End were joined heart and hand at Logans Hotel Crab Orchard Wednesday Cyrus Johnson a prominent young man of Kings Mountain and Miss Ora Bello Reynolds a pretty and popular girl of tho same section were married on the 28th Miss Mattte Hays Rochester sister of Mr J Welch Rochester of this place was married at tho home of her slater Mrs Frank Lee at Mlddlesboro- to Mr J M Owsley of that place The bride Is well known here where Iho lived many years and is greatly loved by our people The groom is originally from Orlando Fla and is a The young business man They will make their home at Middlcsboro Joseph Wm Fern of Louisville and Miss Emma IL Adams of this city were united In marriage Sunday after noon at tho homo of Mrs M S Phil lips Rev Walker of tho Christian church officiating They are both mutes and are graduates of tho K S D at Danvlllo The bride is a sister of Mesdamca Iko and James Phillips ands quite popular They will reside in Louisville where the groom holds a splendid position The two had been sweethearts since they were mere chit dren A FRIEND- J A Rogers and MIw Irene Ruble two popular young people of Garrard county drove to Burgin Dec 23 and were joined In wedlocks holy bonds They took the train for Louisville and ether points of interest and will begone several days on their bridal tour The groom who formerly lived In Lincoln county is a clever and progressive young farmer while his bride is the handsome and accomplished daughter of ono of the oldest and wealthiest fam lies of Garrnrd Their many friends join in wishing them all the happiness this lire affords On OCt 24 EE Gann and Miss Ethel Ends surprised their many friends by driving to Stanford and having the nuptial knot tied The bride is the eld est daughter of Mr and Mrs John W Eada of Hustoflville and is exceedingly pretty and lovable Ned as he is familiarly known Is a tea of James F Gann of Casey and a prominent farmer The contracting parties are form erly from Montlcello and their courtship has lasted for some years On Christmas day at the brides home an elegant dinner was served Many handsome presents were received They will soon go to housekeeping on his Casey county farm Their many friends join in wishing them a long prosperous and happy wedded life Mr W P Kincaid of this place and Mrs Anna Russell of Lebanbn were married at the residence of Rev W T Baird In Lebanon Thursday night Mr and Mrs Jacob Barker re latives of the bride stood with them during the ceremony They came Immediately tp Stanford and will occupy his pretty home on Logan Avenue as soon as they can get it furnished In the meantime they are domiciled at the St Asaph Mr Kincaid is the well known tobacco buyer and a very clever gentleman His bride has lived in Stanford two Winters and is well and most favorably known hero She Is a handsome and excellent young woman and the man who won her heart and hand has reason to feel proud Dont drug the stomach or itlmulato tho heart or kidneys That Is wroag It is the weak nerves that are crying out for help Vitalize these weak Inside controlling nerves with Dr Snoops restorative and see how quckly good health will come to you again Test It and seel Sold by Pen nys Drug Store OJ 1 NEWS NOTES I Seven children were burned to death at Sykesvllle Pa I Rufus Matthews formerly editor of the Taylor County Enquirer died lad denly at Campbollsvllle Fire at Clinton destroyed four store houses and the poatoflke The proper ty was partially covered by insurance Mrs Henry E Youtsey has led ult for divorce Youtsey is in the penitentiary for the assassination of Gov Goer belJoe Williams chief of police of Mill crsburg shot and killed Willis Huff a dangerous Negro who attempted to cut him Throughaccident two brothers John W and Charles Harrison who have not seen each other in 20 yearsare reunited in Denver Fire Chief lien Dillon of Louisville who was Injured when an automobile was overturned while going to a fire died of his injuries Barney Oldfleld drove his Benz automobile five miles In 435 over the Los Angeles track breaking the worlds record for that distance Four shot firers all foreigners were killed In a dust explosion caused by a windy shot 5 two miles South of Centratia III Four men were killed by an expbs ion In the Rock Island railroad shops at Shawnee Okla Nine were injured and the property loss is 250000 Edward Kelly claiming Covington this State his home was killed by a train just after his release from jail for drunkenness at Bristol Tenn In a fire at Hlllsvllle Pa nine persons were burned to death Thu vie tims all foreigners were a man his wife five children and two boarders Miss Jean Clemens invalid daughter of Samuel L Clemens Mark Twain was found drowned in a bath tub in Mr Clemens homo at Redding Conn Five trainmen wero killed and two badly injured in a collision between two freight trains on the Baltimore sad Ohio Southwestern railroad at Starks vllle Ind- Jailer Henry Polly af Lotcher coun ty was shot and perhaps fatally wound ed while attempting to prevent a dim culty between prominent young men at Wbltcsburg Putting on the guise of Santa Claus at Charleston III Miss Clara McClory drew too near the candles of the Christ mas tree Her clothes caught and she was fatally burned The Ohio river is frozen solid at Mad- Ison Ind and at several other points gorges have formed Navigation is practically suspended from ont end of the river to the other Several men were hurt in a riot following a disturbance in the General Baptist church near Washington Ind Women threw their children out of the windows to get them out of the melee Five arrests were made While his mother had gone out after water the threeyearold son of Wil liam Lancaster of Mayfield got too close to an open grate and his eyes were burned out and tongue charred Ills condition is hopeless Answering a telephone call police men at Peru Ind found Mrs Ora Gal loway dead with a bullet in her body and her husband with a revolver in his hands The room showed evidences of struggle Galloway who was arrested said he remembered nothing that took placeMrs William J Ehlan whose five feet of heavy blond hair has been the envy of and admiration of St Louis women for years was knocked unconscious by an unidentified man as she was leav ing her home for church and her hair was chopped oil close to her head with a razorThe bodies of Rev William E Ritter and Mrs Ritter both aged about 701 and wealthy were found at their home In Elnora township Indiana tinder cir cumstances indicating murder Mrs litters body was discovered in the liv- Ing room Her clothes had been torn from her and there were marks on her I neck that indicated that she had been strangled Rltters body was found in I i a milk house I Young Girls Are Victims of headache as well as older women but all get quick relief and prompt euro frpm Dr Kings Now Life Pills the worlds best remedy for sick and nervous headaches They make pure blood and strong nerves and build I t up your health Try them 25o at Penny s Drug Store I Five men were instantly killed in Reading Pa by the explosion of a boiler at the new plant of the Metro politan Electric Company The cleverest imitation of roalcofTeo ever yet made is Dr Snoops Health Toffee It is fine in flavor and is made in just one minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made from puro parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Pennys Drug Store1 Mt1MAAft A A AAAfefeaftM AIO r iii PUT I Iii I ALL i iiOVERCOATS 4 1 a Ii I Call And See If z iiIIi Cummins Wearen i y i 11- e2 zO t= l STANFORD KENTUCKY n f rnlaRloa1J MaM1Nlt sal tC +v evV w VI olvrs4 areeeeisv rwraawvVVts resaa rrlitl lapafhrai c IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Tho Richmond Elks fed f300 people and supplied the wants of 200 children during Christmas week Miss Bessie Wherritt daughter of Thomas P Wherrit died otter a brief illness at her homo at Lancaster In a drunken row at Parnell Wayne county SampsonlRussell aged 24 was fatally shot by ono of his companions The jury hunt in the cade of R P Pike for killing Joe Mize in Rock cas tie Eight were for acquittal and four for three years Some saloon advocates think the temperance people ought not to have con tested the election as the majority was no great as 87 Three years ago they contested a majority of 132 with out a shadow of grounds for it The other fellows ox is gored Somerset RepublicanThe National Bank at Burn side which closed its dOors several months ago on account of heavy losses due to speculation by the president C W Stewart has adjusted all the losses and thrown open its doors again A B Massey is the new president and F E Bradshaw cashier Another notable event In the lives of Mr and Mrs J P Riffe of the West End was celebrated Christmas day when all the children and grand children gathered at the old homo to cele brats the 60th anniversary of their wed ding A grand dinner was indulged in and presents of every description were showered upon the happy pair Bro Montgomery made a beautiful talk referring to the noble character and worthy active life of the couple Mr and Mrs Riffe are both in good health active and awake to the demands of the day It Is Indeed a great help to oneUo spend a day with these old peo ile and note the devotion and well bat- ancedmanner of their lives A worthy example is here to be found and such people are a blessing to any commun Ity May the blessings of God attend this grandad couple ONE WHO WAS PRESENT POLITICAL William Jennings Bryan was unable to fill his engagement to lecture at Mi ami Fla because of hoarseness He will sail soon for Cuba and South AmericaDr R Collier chairman of the Louisville democratic city and county committees died Christmas morning at St Anthonys Hospital The funeral took place at Franklin his old hom- eIII A Schoberth representative from who was a candidate for of the House has withdrawn- In a statement ho thanks his friends for the support they have given him and concedes the honor to George S Wilson of Union county VAUDEVILLE every night at the Theatoriutn 10 and 15c ii H Xmas Goods 1 1t We will show you the nicest line of Xmas goods from nil the foreip pattcrics ever shown here Dinner Ware Novelties BricaBrac and Com munity Silverware Carving Sets and otherjthings too numerous to n notion Come and see us and you w agreewith us I GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY vr i F f ORGANIZED IN 1882 4 CAPITAL STOCK 50000 VlSURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAIDIIN DIVIDENDS 216500 Combines AbsoluteSafety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxts for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICERS J S Hocker President S T Harris Vice Presidenr John J McRoberts Cashier H Q Baughman Asst Cashr 4 WWSaundersBookkeeper DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman M D Elmore J M Pettus H C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson r W B OBanaon JS Hocker CE Tate H B NORTHCOTTr Dealerin Live and Dressed Poultry Eggs Ice CoaJj Wool Hides Furs Salt Lime Gin seng and Feathers PHONE 35 LANCASTER KYr BRANCH HOUSE STANFORD KY Tlinriiian K Tudor Mgr Telephone No 163 H B NORTHCOTT Stanford The Interior Journal Eo a WALTONI HON HARVEYHELM ot Lincoln county Ii a candidate for re nomination for Congress from the Eighth 41trlctubJecUo tbe acUon of tbe demo cratlo partyITUB New Year Is upon us and how shall we celebrate its coming 7 Good resolutions are in order So many new year resolutions are annually broken that eomelconcludo it is not best to make these promises to ourselves But i if we never resolve we will never act Decision must precede action Let us not be discouraged by our failures but remember that most excellent max m If at first you dont succeed try try again 1 Men fall in business but gather up resolution and try again There is nothing elaeleft for them to do They must have ajlivinj and to do so effort is necessary Many men have accumulated fortunes after having mademore thanone failure And so I oftenlhaving broken good resolutions habjitsthe future ntjthe beginning of the new f year andlresolve that he will make his life better than it has ever been New year is a good time to look closely into I our business affairs and assure ourselves of our real status itMen can not be too careful in their finances It is easy to be deceived The new year is a go time to set out to make everybody w come in contact with feel that we are his friend and to do allwo commun1itythere is wrong that welmay set right what public evil we may cure what good work already begun should be completed There iswork for all men women and children HON W HlSiiANtcs Lincoln count tys splendid Representative in theI next House has withdrawn from th- race e for speaker and addresses a manly card to the Democratic members of the Lower House The card will bo found in this issue We were very much in hopes tbatour friend and fellow townsman would be able to land the Speaker ship and regret that he deemed it bee to retire from the race He will not be speaker of course but he will be found en the right side of all questions and ready and willing to do that which will further the cause of democracy and tbe greatestjnumber of people goo Mr Shanks presence will be felt in the legislature which convenes next Tuea day IT looks like a cinch for Hon J M Alverson of this office to win the office of assistant clerk of the Senate H s has more than enough votes pledged hill to win on the first ballot Mr Al verson filled the position most creditably two years ago and his work then hat been of great help in his present race Jess generally gets what goes after and always performs we the duties incumbent on him Before anDfher Issue sf this paper is print we believe he will have again bee elided TEX RICKARD the Western sport who bought the JeffriesJohnson fig to be pulled off July 4 says I figure that we seatiSOOOOJperaons Figur ing on an average of 10 for each seat there will be 300000 in the house J From 5 to 50 will tbe charged to seats E R Thomas the wealthy New Yorker offered Richard 1000 for eight ringside seats but he declined it Sorely some people are anxious to see w men beat up each other a Gov NOEL of Mississippi has an pounced the appointment of Col James Gordon of Okolona as United States Senator from Mississippi to- N succeed the latelSenator A J McLau ria The appointment is temporary lasting until the Legislature can elect a Senator for the unexpired term of three years and three months and is made with the understanding that Sen ate Gordon wjll not be a candidate for the unexpired term ifPaiKs1DENT TAFTjhaa begun the preparation of the firstjlof his special messages to Congress This message will deal with amendments which he be lieves are necessary in the interstate commerce and Sherman antitrust actsI4 The President willideal with the anti trust act at great length f Tug Explorers Club m New York accepted by a unanimous vote the re port of its committee which investigat ed Dr F A Cooks Mount McKinley claims and he was expelled from tem bersbip Dr Cook should now apply for membership in the Liars club THE plant of the Owensboro Inquirer recently purchased by ExAuditor Ha liter burned The paper is being issued from the office of the Owensboro Daily Messenger Judge Hager hopes to hlveI the damage repaired in a short time Gov Hughes authorized the extradition to New Jersey of Mrs Caroline B Martin and Mrs Mary Snead who are wanted in Newark on charges implicat OceySnead Campbellhotel at Peru Ind i sIby Hudson have the Pil 3I8000 and will convert the buildings into tobacco warehouses IMIss LUCY MASSEYlhndan Interesting programme at her school on Friday 24th consisting of vocal music speeches and dialogues Her school closed yesterday We doubt not that Miss Massey has taught better school at Coffeys than has been thought for sometime A FRIEND- s HUSTONVILLE LothJ Willis of Louisville spent a few days with his parents here Miss Lois Willis who is teaching at Earlington is with her parents Rev and Mrs W S Willis Misses Margaret and Sarah Matthews of Lexington are with their uncle Rev W S Willis Misses Martha Baker and Mary Taylor of Nicholas ville are with Mrs W C Neal Hon W H Shanks Withdrws from RaceoTo the Honorable Democratic tern bers of the House of Representatives of Kentucky I hereby notify you that I have with drawn from the race for Speaker My reason for this action is the good and sufficient one that I do not think I could win I wish to thank all of my friends willingnesseto assist me in this race and also to as sure my opponents Messrs George Wilson of Union and Harry Schobcrth of Woodford that I deeply appreciate tho courteous treatment they have ac bothlotfurther to say that I shall do all in my power during the coming session of the Legislature to further the interests of the State of Kentucky and the demo cratic party and that 1 quit tho race without any sore spots on me and with a kindly feeling towards every one W H SHANKS CHURCH MATTERS Rev T J Hoskins the new pastor of the church here will n oclocktThe Methodist congregation will woe ship with the Presbyterians next Sunday Rev J J Dickey will occupy the pulpit thdY roorningwill be Mary the Mother of Jesus At night he will preach from the subject What I have Written I have Written Services at the Christian church at Moreland Sunday In the morning the pastor Rev VG Montgomery will preach from the subject Tho of the Future In the evening at oclock his subject will be Two men whom Jesus called Great withII stantly and cure results by building etrcaFtnL Penny will give you your money back Large box 50c ItFanned by a brisk wind in nearly ze ro weather fire destroyed one of thn frame dormitories of the Kentucky School of Reform for Juvenile Crimi nals at Greendale near Lexington 125- r boys slept in the building but all escap ed without injury A tickling or dry cough can be quicK ly loosened with Dr Snoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store Judge Hough of the United States Circuit Court in New York denied the motion for a new trial for Charles W Morse who is now in the Tombs under sentence for having violated the national banking law Prevcntlcs those Candy Cold Cure I Tablets will safely and quickly check all colds and tho grip Try them once I and seel 4825c Sold by Pennys Drug Store the Ohio River from Pittsburg South is closed to navigation River men are astonished at the unusuallyC severe ice packs for the year and predict heavy loss of prop erty before a thaw sets in Representatives of the Knoxville Tenn miners rescue station are at Warren near Barbourville assisting in the work of checking a fire which is raging in the Interstate mining plantI Two trainmen were seriously injured and six others slightly hurt in a collis- Ion between freight trains on the Chi cago Cincinnati and Louisville railroad- on the outskirts of Cincinnati Thomas M Chivington of the Louisville Club was elected president of the American Baseball Association in Chicago at the annual meeting of tile or ganizationEleven Newfoundland schooners and their crews of 60 men are believed to have been lost in the Christmas buzzard FOR SALE I Block of general merchandise In iluston vlllo on Main Street Wall known atand partlcuIlIrto UQtonTllleXy NOTICE I The stockholder and directors of the Dank of Ituttonvllle are requested g eotatthabankatlSAo xFrklayp lee Important to be tranlAoted JW IfosHsiKB Cashier I Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Na tlonnl bank of Hustonvllle will be hold at their banking house In Hustonvllle the sec ond Tuesday in January IflO between Sand 11 A M for the purpose of electing dime tore to serve the ensuing year J vltOCltllIUl- ublerStockholdersMeetiog A meeting of the tockboldenof the First National hank of Stanford will bo held at their banking house the second Tuesday In January iviu for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year JOint J MPitolixRrsCa- shierStockholders Meeting I A meeting of tho stockholders of the Lln Coin County National Batik of Stanford will ho hold nt theIr bunking heueo the second Tuesday In JanuAry lsh for the purppso of electing directors for the ciuuing year W MIhtzawrCas- hierCLEMENS HOTEL- J L ELI Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKY Large outside rooms Commercial 1 travelers n specialty Bpcclal rates by week or month The proprietor Is a former Ltn coin county mini and his should re member him when stopping In his town WANTED i 0 An all Round Blacksmith Steady Employment and Good Wages W J ROMANSLancaster TIle Remedy that Always lama ZEMO II recognized si Ibe most host and successful BcdklBC la Us mtU today TJJ1P Itmidr nllercj sad potltlvtlr and fmWetly nCI ECKOM lid ell inking iklo 41K1KI Get a botU IodAII JeUllto Wilt tot ssapb L W Rose tdldDe C- StLeatsMs i WEI I3- 1tFURS tHdos arid WooS FedenTnlldwIIatwaxClnacnc- h Celdcn S JY UewRol I M y Apple 71Vrd Ginger eta Ware dealers la 18SHQe lullacntzrria LouuwDe sal call do belter far you 1aJ tgtait or et T irdm oocliuta Htfncav icr BtiV in LaumBe VIM fvUyspa 14N tiippns lift Kl Qabbl Sons 229 E MirlttSI LOUISVILLE KT EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS k IDnION maygolcklfanleauonsetrldilconedentla MUnt1UnUspMtol notice wliboatcoMve la the Scientific Jnmricati AhandromefyUlmtraiseweekly rrestelrof an clnutla 1 aTOAft ourtondo l Bu- isetBrMtHnjr byallnawdaaler York JJrtnca 0 ce- JnB 7 BU WMbUudoal PUBLIC SALE Having sold my furm I will sell publicly ou WEDNESDAY JAN It 1010 The following property tow 1 Brood- Mare In foal to Mare safe for I women and children to drive yearling til llesSWorkiluloia and 4 years old well broken and work well any where u milk cows 2 with young suites ibulls 1 hornless red bulls years yearling Jersey boll yearling steer heifer ID Berkshire stock dogsr tat hogs 1 phaeton 1 2 horse wagon I rIOWltearlcultlvatorJ 1 r 100 barrels of corn In crib carload or more of baled Timothy hay lot unbilled hay In barn some household and kitchen tutnL taro and many other things too numerous to mention A let of side meat and should ers Rate to begin promptly at 930 A M Terms made known on day of sate A McKINNEY McKinney Ky Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Ky1 Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods Auctioneer I I I I otter my lawless to the people Lln coin as an aaC110Aeer RIfl1 Uoa uaranteedMorelendItyBFD No II TURKEYS FOR SALE I Gobblers and h rthe Longerdon A Conger and Owen A Barbee strain for Thoroughbred bronze large bono and beau tiful Malt W F DIIIHOX 11 ItlStanford IhoneSS J J BELDEN For House and Carriage nnd Trim ming 1aper Hanging Uun and Locksmith Ing Hhop opposite JJBBIDKXStanford Ky StockholdersMeetigg A meeting of the stockholders of the Om Orchard Hanking Collf Crab Orchard wllL be hold n their banking bQUlu the lint Monday In Jaunary1910 for tilt purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year JC BAIIKV Cashier I I FOR SALE I Dover Hotel at Crab Orchard aloo store room Just across street with lost olllce ml Jotiilng rooms ureoimrybuut6ullJing of throe M IIH Of IITI H IIOVKII Crab Orchard Ky I WANTED TO RENT SMALL FARM I want to rent n farm of 00 to IrO iiervi two or three miles from Hlanford lrofr land portly in cultivation and partly Incrnss Hmall house dilrvd Address w K Interior Journal OBlce Stanford iy- Stock of Merchandise for SalecI desire to sell privately my stock of OroCceo tie and a good ness Will Invoice about fcUOO Itcaion III health GKO D HOlTFlt HUnfordKy Sa D CARTER Now Llvorv Depot Street Phone floe STANFORD KENTUCKY Ge B PRUITTM- oreland Kentucky New supply of Rugs and Drug gets Appropriate Christmas pres ants for nil Cull oust eco G B PKUITT Morelnnd Ky Harry Jacobs I Defiler In and Manufaeturor of I Marblo and Granite Monu monts I Markers and Posts Cemetery find Lawn Vines and tttltec Omen and works Mo 1 Kinney Ky Condition of The First National Bank of SliiJord Kr Dee I 1909 RESOURCES Law sad Dodd SI909MS9- Omdrslu 13032 16 U S Bond and Ptttaium s lsoo 00 Banking House sad Other Real Rate 9498 8 1 Due host Banks 58580 83 Due iron U S Treasurer 2400 00 Csthon Hand 21488 47 347514 86 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 50000 00 Surplus Fund Earned 20000 00 Undmded ProfitsNet 2612 19 Grculilion 49 0000 Individual Deposits 208732 97 Due to Bank U29 70 Not Reducouated 1534000 J3475I4 86 J S MOCKER Preudeat S T HARRIS Vice Preudeal JOHN J McROBERTS OAier H C DAUCH tAN Am CsJiw W W SAUNDERS Boo Ke- eprPOSTED IIposting on our places and will prosecute yl I olators to the full extent of the law I HisMattle ltewe Fred Houmunn ATTrayler DroILllbnrn Qoocb N H Will Jllter K O J W liaughman J W J K Bruce DavidNnaRelleIJohn Camenlsoh Dan M D aotllbOllok Fred JJ Thompson D IJ F Mosor Mr and Mrs UandortIA Klhusn Mrs N JJ Elliott Mrs wn Uaugberty Frank Itar FatherLeo Dr O OordlerI 1UriahOeo O Given W II Traylor Ham ilolwrts John Jafer Amend Schaefer M J llodnann ET Alt JlntUeny BgOwysioyH I JUHundley It rtOrow Mrs Nannie B Good O K McClure Anderson Oarr Anton Itonecker W M Ulsbon Fred T li Bnugbmau Mrs VOIJOruenllinnI 1WChristian Jacob Tom Ferrlll I WW 1ltman Fred Iayk Alex Cooper JKevin Carter K B Uenham Mrs W Q Welch HO Anderson W UGoooh Dues Oelnl T A Dice I Reuben Curtis Chris Oamenlsch BpoonamorI WIJrlrneJI KeMealJslteHMeeser R K Galnes Mrs Mattla White I i rRLSENTS n I I +++ HfMHf4f++++++4 ++++ ee For You to GivefI Your Friends I j Umbrellas 81 00 to 80 00 Neck Ties- Suspenders 25 tfOonml 81 3Co to n 00 Silk Sox lIOe 81 81M Silk hose 81 to 050 Scarf Tins Oc to x350 Garters 10 25 anti 500 Silk Handkerchiefs 21 nod GOo Gloves 2lie to 8200 Silk Mufflers 81 Qt6 88 09 Pooitix Mufllora CO 1 Gun Buttons 25g to8150- Suit 1250JItawl Bags 85 tp12l1ii Stetson hats 8U80 nnlf IUD l- Coat Sweater COc to 260I7 Linen IinnIkerchiefd 25 and SeeiDrew Shirts 8100 8160 I t These are Selected Especial lot p ly for Xmas Presents laIr HiJ McROBRTS STAFFORDI KENTUCKY Gnlvani IToNiEEraB 4 r O ttia L Penny R N CoffeyE R Coleman r hnol HI The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil Isa most Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and Qt Strength It is Especially Useful For Persistent Coughs and Colds ttt Soldunder a Guaran tee at PENNYS DRUG TOIlE Istantord xrntuclty nIJfI7 cIsterr 3nc L 1 IL A r J it i 4it J L- ttt j t J x P You Will Reconsider 4 1 t t- tJ Your declaration to do without a Winter Coat en you eeo the elegant garments we are offering and Cut Prices This Winter f vweather calls foz a Goat and yhen you can buy at a mere We compared to their real value JVehaWsbmefinc coats in large i sizes that are usually hard topct but thcio goat CUT PRICES with tho others I Good tine to get+ the Childrens Gloaka at v small cost v r t i tL d- O SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY L 1the Interior Journal 0 STANFORD KY Dic 31 1901 I SOUR great bargains in box paper arc being put to maku room for new at Pennys Drug Storo 3 PERSONALS GEO D FlOHBNjB was in Cincinnati this week MIL L W HUGHES was in Louhvlllt Wednesday MISS ELLEN UAIXOU visited Nlcho lasvllle friends MRS LUCINDA GIUNSTBAD visltci Danvlllo friends t Gov FRITH of Brodhead viii ted I Lester OBannon- M A JOHNSON went to Huntlngton W Va Tuesday Miss SALUE TAYLOR WOODS is with Mt Sterling friends BrVERLEY ROUT of Moberly Mo is with his parents hero It B WOODS attended the hop at Mlllcrsburg Thursday night A MRS J C EUBAMK3 visited her mother in Garrard this week lip MEWS comes from Louisville that Mrs J a Portman is very III Jowl a IKrPLBS Lincoln county s 4 next assessor has been quite sick HIGOINS WOODS of Cincinnati spent several days with his mother here DR J W BRYANT and wife of Richmond visited her sisters here Nun SMITH of Norfolk Va visited the family of his uncle W B Hill Mils VIKOIL Lea of Mlddlesboro WM with hcrjnunt Mrs Hush Held Miss NELL CLARK of the Hooste State is tho guest of Mtis Ella May Saunders Miss BRTTIE STBIHBNSON and Ste phenion Dozier are visiting relatives In Lexington J W FIBLDS left this week for Tarn pa Fla to spend a couple of month with his uncle- SUEtT0N M SAUFLEY of the Frankfort News joined his wife and son hers Christmas day DR J M BitoNAUOH of Lexington 4ate Christmas dlnncrtwith his parents at CrabgOrchard Miss H03A Gou STEWiwho baa a position in Lculsville came lbomo the first oftho holidays 7WALTER SINGLETON who has beer p III with fever for 60odd days t is ablo to sit up some BORN to tho wife of Councilman lIen ry Co Anderson a sonfr This makes 11 children for him and his MR JOHN U MKRSHON and wife of S merset spent several days with their diugbler Mrs A C Hill G A McROBRRTS of Covlngton visited his brother II J McRobcrts and family during the holidays P MRS W 8BEAZLKY and children ot Los Angeles Calif visited Mrs W W Maya and J L Beszley this week Miss SorniA ALCOBN of the faculty of the school for the Deaf at Morgan ton N C camebomo for the boll days MBSDAIIES TABITHA PEER and Vie Perkins of Lyon county have been guests of MrsUMaryIeck in the 4 TurnersvHIe section ROBERT LPO TER JR who la traveling with headquarters at Creal Springs Illepent a portion of Christ mar with his fatherthere MR J W BLANKBNSHIP of Mercer p county passed through Wednesday on a his way toPreacberaviHe to visit his father Mr lIe rIBlankenlblp HoNtllARVpY HELM arrived home from Washington City Friday morning lie is in fine health and looks as if his arduous duties agreewith him MR AA SHARP of Salvlsa who has been with the EaetTennesaeeTelo phone Co for three years has gone to Orlando Fla HarrodeburglHerald Rev R R NOBU had as his guests this week his three daughters Mrs J B Woods of Garrard and Misses Mary and GertrudeNoel of Danville Miss MARY DCARTanwboisteach- ing In tho school for the Deafat Edge wood Pa spentjl Christmas with her parents in the McCormacka church sectionW BRADY isKconvoIescing from a spell of pneumonia Miss Grace Brady his prettyldaughter has manag ed the store during his illness and has done It well r MRS S H BALUETT of Mansfield Ohio who haajbeen visiting Mrs Ed Martin was suddenly called to Knox vine to accompany aheristep daughter to Sw AntoBJo Tex for the winter r- MR A A McKINNEY of Louisville was up Christmas day MRS LILUUHN GOOCH has been visIt- Ing Mrs Henry C Anderson MRS T F STINK and children of Colesburg visited her sisters here THOMAS BKICJHT is spending Christ main Cincinnati with John Downer Mus 1KB PlllLLHd and daughter Louise spent several days with Lex- Ington relatives MISS MATTIK LEE HUDDLE carat homo from Hamilton College Lcxiog ton for Christmas EUNEST BOHON CAMPBELL and wit t spent a portion of Christmas with hcr mother ut Lancaster tieouQB G PAUSONS who is mine- for tucker of Paint Lick spent a few days with his mother MR AND Mna J M MOUNT oi Rocky Mount N C spent Xmas wit1 relatives here and at Lancaster MRS W M POYNTER of Mt Vernon has been tho guest of her daughter Mrs It E Thompson of tho East EndMiss CAUEN R LYON of Yates Center Kansas is vlsltiting her brother Mr G C Lyon and family in th i West En- dnv W II HOPPER of Louisville and Prof W 0 Hopper of Mt Stet ling arc spending Christmas with tht homefoiks hero FeUX lJ TWIDWHLI has arrived from Houston Texas to be with hit sister Mrs Beccher Adams for the UolldaY8Advocate Rv A A HIGQINS of Glasgow and Miss Mary Higglns who is teaching music at Somerset spent Xmai with the homefoiks hero MISSUS JOBEPIIINK AND NELL WAR IIBN of Cavo Spring Ga and Ashbj Warren of Louisville spent a portion of Xmas with tho homofolks MIt S D BAUTLEY of this place has been chosen to deliver the chief address at the Commercial Travelers As sociation to be held in Louisville tonight Mrs Hartley will accompany her husband to tho Falls City i LOCALS GALVANI tonight GOLD MEDAL flour at George D Hop pers VAUDEVILLE chnightat Thea torium NEW line of fancy ginghams calicoes I etc at Whites store WANTED To RENTA house of six or seven rooms W W White JESSE D WEAREN the Insurance man has our thanks for a useful calen dar IF wordssendbox of Dolly Varden chocolates Sbugars Tan ner IP you are looking for fresh oysters and celery go to J D Uortona restau rant PAY your account Adams Bros HuBtonvllle and you will be more prosperous during the year IICuruU WEARENN are making the women happy by presenting them wit h beaut iful china plate calendars FOUND on Logan Avenue a hand some gold bracelet bearing Initials E J S Claiborne C Walton FROM now until Janlet will sell my stock of buggies etc at 10 to 15 oft of the regular prices E T Pence Jr WANTED to buy a good Lincoln county farm of the value of 20000 to SO 000 Address Lock Box 201 Stanford Ky S IF you dont eqjiare up today the new year will catch you owing for your home paper Get busy and avert such a calamity TilE First NationalBank has our thanks for a bandy pocket diary This popular Institution is giving these to their friends and patrons as Christmas presents MR Ili F MA Nomwho sold his arm near Turnersville to JohnJ loser a few weeks ago bought of Mr A B McKinney his farm of 170 acres Just beyond McKinney at 70 TUB aged Mr Koger died at the home of his son W G Koger near McKinney a few days ago Be moved to this county from Wayne a few years ago and was an excellent citiswa a n DIAMOND cuff buttons at cost untlI Jan 2 W II Mueller GOODS delivered anywhere in town on I short notice W W Whitd A NtCB lap robe will make a goo Xmas present J C McUlary ANOTHER shipment of shoes a Whites Everyone can get a fit Tie great Galvanl will beat Walton Opera House tonight Friday Dec 31 TALK with mo before buying a typo writer and sea sample at my home T A Brackett local agent for Standard Typewriter Exchange New York rMn W T STONE contractor and j builder put out tobacco in a portion of I I1J garden so that he would have something to look after at odd times H sold his little crop the other day fo 321 It pays to raise thq weed WE desire to thank romthe depths of grateful hearts our friends and neighbors for their goodness to us in the illness and death of our husband and father May His richest blessings ever be theirs Mrs Mollie Nunnelley and sons TO TAXPAYERS LINCOLN COUNTI will have to advertise and sell you property after Jan 1 if your tax is not paid In order to make my final settle ment with the State and county Set tie up and save this expense T J Hill sheriff THE Christmas entertainment at the Graded School was well attended and mosl enjoyable from first to last All of those who took part are deserving oif congratulation The teachers who pre pared them have the thanks of both the pupils and parents WILL YAGER thepig by Superintendent J II McAlister of the Christian church Sunday School to pupil who attended most regularly dur ing the six months from July 1 A number had not missed a Sunday and young Yager won by lot THE Lincoln County National Bank is giving its customers and friends hand some calendars bearing o splendid steel engraving of the old courthouse The picture will be preserved Iy many Lin coln county people who had gazedon the old shak for years and had rath er a kindly feeling for It SQUIRE PPILLIPS a whiteman aged about 38 sawed out of jail Friday night and skipped out He was indict ed at tho last term of court for having knowledge of a girl under 16 years Phillips was caught in Indiana by Capt Thomas Helm of Danville who got 200 reward offered by tho State MISTAKING Poke Barnes for a burglar Mr Will Monks of Crab Orchard tired at him with a shot gun InflictI a not wound Barnes who had been indulg log In the Christmas festivities got Into tho Monks home thinking it was his own and he failed to answer when the head of tho house called out whos thatLEwlsDr T M Lewis who had been in feeble health for months died Sunday morning aged 78 and was burled in Buffalo cemetery Monday after noon after brief services at the home of his sisterinlaw Mrs W H Higgins For many years Dr Lewis prac tired medicine in Boyle county and he he was regarded as a fine peyslcian Ho moved hero about 10 years ago and bo and his excellent family were among Stanfords best citizens For years he had been a member of the Christian church and he so lived as to be ready when the final summons came He was a kindhearted clever man and tho poor had In him a true friend In fact the night was never to dark nor the road too rough for him to answer calls made by the needy Two years ago his splendid wife died and the doctor had been on the decline since Ho is ear vived by two daughters Misses Georgia and Margaret Lewis and the follow- Ing sons Messrs A A Lewis of Cov lngton John M Lewis of Missouri R L Lewis andJLucien Lewis of Oregon and in thelrlons they have the unbounded sympathy of their many friends Mr A A Lewis came to Stanford but arrived too late for the burial A large number ofjfloral tributes were dent butI several from Covington including a beautiful one sent by Rev J W Ha gin and family came after the inter meat I TUB Graded School will reconvene Monday next Jan 3rd after a weeks holiday MRS J W ALCORN 1 sewthe hand Sliugared thetn indefinitely postponed GREAT reduction on tailormade suits and overcoats See samples at Adams Bros store Hustorivillu hrisdPhillips at 2 oclock Saturday after noon YESTERDAY was the coldest day of thermometerso zerrA M- MR S L hadthe misfortune to slip on the pavement near Cummins Wearens store Christmas eve and break an arm LOUISE TRUMBO little girl was badly burned about the face while starting a fire with coal oil at Squire George P Brights homer MRS If J DAVIS aged 80 died at Crab Orchard of infirmities incident told age The burial occurred at Lan castor She left children and grand children TUG great GalvaniwhoEet Stanford wild with his remarkable feats of hyp notisra will be at Waltons Opera House tonight Friday Dec 31 Ad mission 15c 25c 35c TUB Junction City Maccabees will give an oyster supper and dance at their hall tonight Friday Oysters served in any style for 25e The Banc ers will be charged COc per coupler Those who do not dance will pay 25c ad mission to the ball room OF the once largo and flourishing lodge of Knights of Honor here there remain only four membersMessrs John J McRoberts George D Hopper Gearge D Wearen and A C Sine The rate of insurance has advanced s that many have dropped out MORRIS Mrs Buck Morris died at her home in the Hubble section of con sumption and was burled at Lancaster Saturday after funeral services at the church at Hubble by Rev F M Tin der Mrs Morris is survived by her husband and several children Time Lincoln County National Bank declared a dividend of 3 per cent and carried 3000 to the surplus The First National Bank declared a 3 per cent dividend paid expenses and taxes reduced premium 500 and set aside 500 to meet future taxes T HOWARD CAMNITZ of Hustonville is now the champion pitcher of the United States which means the World as well He has just been presented with a handsome diamond pin by the National League of Base Ball Clubs for winning the championship Great indeed is Camnltz Tile boys did not take our advice to have a sane Christmas but on the con trary burned up their money in fireworks Several glasses were broken by the cannon crackers and sky rockets including one of the large plate glass windows of H J McRoberts store 2 It is very probable that the losers by the boyish pranks will sue the town for damages AT the annual election of Lincoln Lodge No 60 F A M Monday night tho following officers were chosen for the ensuing year J W Ireland Wor shipful Muster J N Mencfee Senior Warden L S Stephenson Junior War = den Dr T W Pennington Secretary George P Bright Tyler J N Saun W done Senior Deacon E R Coleman Junior Deacon Sam Robinson Treasurer TilE assessment ofLincoln county by magisterial districts according to Assessor W A Carsons hooks is as fol lows Stanford 3460106 Crab Orch ard 647584 Waynesburg 395559 Hustonville 2069544 Total 6578 793 The voters are divided as follows Stanford 1371 Crab Orchard 840 Waynesburg 903 Hustonville 1191 Total 4305 Mr Carson found 1641 dogs injtho county This is Assessor Carsons last He has made a iIL R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin I llppllNeWYer We desire to thank our friends and patrons for the business given usS during the year 1909 and solicit a continuance of the same for 1910 andouroprices are always rightA i I k HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY USEFUL j 1 GIFTS J Dont for the sake of being over nice buy useless things as gilts for UM gheeothem rf Often ho laughs at the gift and its giver Buy Articles of Service and Utility fur with them alone do you do an act of good grace and only by them are you gratefully remembered See what we have to offer then select W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky r M G MURPHY J W ACTON WINTER GOODS Winter is now upon and it will pay you to look through our stock before buying The best felt andover combination firmer price 8350 now 8315 A regular S3 felt and overs 275 8250 for 8225 A full line of Mesa Ladies Misses and Boys Rubbers Mens extra Heavy double fruit Over uailrRememberGroceries Queensware Hardware Etc and quote today Dec 15 subject patent82cpounds of keg soda for 5cMntche4c box fireproof standard oil 12o galtsa or Indian Refining Oil at sofas price We still have plenty of Ohio river salt 280pound barrels atSlfJo Eggs 2- 8cMURPHY A ACTON The Cash Bargain Store Kings Mountain Ify L MOARTYPres EC WALTONVPres L R HUGHE88VT c f V r4 Stanford Real Estate Co Stanford Kentuchy u t 1- t III Farms nnd Town Property Handled one Commission Stocks and Boedeo Sold If you Have Property tot3ellor Rent Notify Ua Write for Circular toiR HUGHES Secretary Stanfoy Ky i iI I A wr TMtiUrior Journal Jutertdin the PottOffice el Stanford at mmi dot maiUr L N TIME THBLE No 11 Mouth 1HM T X NoaaBonth 10 16 A x Not North 440 A X No n North 644 r x DINo JOSS RICE Agent A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Oftco over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owslcy Building MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No 80 F4I A it will mee ta stated communication on each first and tfclrd Monday nIghts of each month at 730 oclock In their hall on main atreeet Stan lord Ky Member of sister lodges are fra ternally Invited to bo present T W Pen alnfton see Fall and Winter Stock Jlan your measure taken by a tailor of ex perience Then your clothes whether low price bnln M suit or the finest evening clothes will have that Individuality and fIt which plainly indicate they were made to your measure I will also take your meas are for extra trousers fancy ves coats and overcoats Fall and viflnter sample on hand ready for your Inspection HORUrLEYTheTallor Stanford Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE 1 can furnish the public with the best as well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of s all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths tor for funeral purposes Jo connection with the above I have all kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prices a OHIUBTMAN IKKEN HOUSES Ko HUnfAnD IIIOK Stanford Ky 1 Jns1Hs Tobacco and Tobacco tarns Nothing But Insurance 7 Jesse D Wearen The Insurance ManS STANFORD KY Residence Phone SIt Office 96 Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedCONCRETING I We are In position to do all kinds of con rating such as Block Work Pavements kind In fact we can make any thing from- hoeaedown r to a fence post We can serve yon promptly and guarantee flrt class prlCCItore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford K- yINSURANCE RBMAHONY- Jnsures Tobacco Tobacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Lights ning Fire Tornado LifeLive StockHealth and Accident Plate Glass Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which withoutjldisrr Jl Beazley CoIt1 Uadei taken and Embalrr ten Also Dealers in Furl aiturHattingeRue They for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Price Right k ST4NFOBD KENTUCKY JC McClary Wndertaker Embalmer ar dealer InlHarnesSi saddler STANFORD KY OsIIesltI one1e7 Home Phone 81 0 FARMERS DEPARTMENT SiztyninOgood young ewes for sale at a bargain at once C K McClure Moreland A basket of bright Burley tobacco belonging toDr S H Halley of Fayette county fold atSOc on the Lexington marketW Kincaid bought P Reids crop of tobacco about 16000 pounds at 16c He has bought over 1000000 pounds of tobacco this year The pooled tobacco of Warrick and Spencer counties Indiana has been sold at a price averaging 81 cents The pool contained 3000000 pounds FOR SALE20 extra nice yearling cattle a pair of 16 hand mare mules three and four years old and a pair of 16 hand horse mules fat John G Lynn Hustonville I HAVE an elghtyearoldwagon team for sale Also a fiveyearold wagon horse for sale or I will trade him for a good driving horse This horse will BtD Carter 41 F Lawrence has lost five cattle lately One fell over a cliff and broke its neck another broke its leg and had to be shot two were turned on a stalk field and died and a valuable milk cow died just after giving birth to a calf LANCASTER COURTThere were about 150 cattle on the market at Lan cuter Monday the best selling at 41c Some steers sold as low as 4c Butch er stuff was in demand at 3c to 3Jc Heifers sold at 31 to 4c The mule mar ket was active Hughes Swinebroad sold to T B Robinson for J T Pope his farm of 130 acres two miles East of Lancaster at 75 J Wado Walker killed one hog that weighed 700 pounds from which he made 25 gallons of lard made 83 pounds of sausage and the hams after being trimmed closely weighed 50 pounds eachCentral Record BARGAIN 354 acres of good land of which 100 acres is bottom land eight room dwelling two good stock barns new tobacco barn 36x06 ice house buggy house two corn cribs etc two good cisterns the whole farm being well watered well fenced and lays well Will sell as a whole or cut 200 acres with improvements to suit pur chaser which includes 100 acres as fine bottom land as there is in the county This is a bargain See L R Hughes Stanford Ky HUBBLE S P Sloan sold Banks Hudson 4 barrels of corn at f3 Dr Pearce gave the children of the Methodist church a nice treat Sunday Mrs Maggie Morris wife of David Morris died Friday Funeral services were held at the Christian church by Rev F M Tinder Christmas day Frank Sloan Is at home from Berea College spending Christmas with his parents Leslie Sloan G W Givens Sam and James Harris went to Lexing ton Friday Misses Jesale and Jean McKechnie are at home college at Par is Squire J T Roberts and wife went I to Brodhead to spend Xmas with rela tives J C Rankin has returned from Somerset where he went on business Mr and Mrs L B Saunders visited his parents in Garrard county Miss Nannle Sloan will go to Berea next week to enter school Miss Maud Shear er was up from Frazure to attend the funeral of her lister Mrs Morris J E McKechnie visited his uncle J N Sloan at Bryantsville D F Rankin is back from Odessa Ga Forced Into Exile Wm Upchurch of Glen Oak Okla was an exile from home Mountain air be thought would cure a frightfu lung raeking cough that bad defied all remedies for two years After six months he returned death dogging his steps Then I began tousoDr Kings New Discovery ho writes and af ter taking six bottles I am as well as ever It saves thousands yearly rom desperate lung diseases Infallible for Coughs and ColJa it dispels Hoarsens and Sore Throat Cures Grip Bronchitis Hemorrhages Asth ma Croup Whooping Cough roc and 81 trial bottle free guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store After beating their victims brains out with a heavy hammer and robbing the dead body of 45 unknown thugs poured coal oil over the body of Isaac Toops a well todo Negro of Fulton and set fire ti the saturated garments in a vain attempt to conceal the evi dence of the crime by cremation A Scolded Boys Shrieks horrlQol his grandmother Mrs Maria Taylor of Nebo Ky who writes that when all thought he would die Buck tens Arnica Salvo wholly cured him Infallible for Burns Scalds Cuts Corns Wounds Bruises Cures Fe verSores Bolls Skin Eruptions Chilblains Chapped Hands Soon routs Piles 23e at Pennys Drug Store Andrew Carnegie fell while walking in Central Park New York and was painfully hurt Painsrrm pains any path stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on Tao box Sold by Pen nys Drug Store A r r f FARM FCNALE OR RENT Contains 110 aorei bed tobaceo land In the county 134 miles front MoKloney Will soil or rent lifts two dwellings one of four rooms and the other of two rooms Two orchard of nearly 000 tree Tobacco burn that will hold 10 acres of tobacco cheapest farm In Kentucky at price OR BIIAAVNKU- McKlnney K- yTRIBBLE PENCE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford KentucKy Farms for Sale We have the following farms for lule These farms hl81on bought by us for the standing timber We have no use for the forma nnd will sell them on eau payments Farm No I 110 ncrel mllo from Morrli three miles tIkiDellK F D stall parses place mile iron pub Ito school and churches bne 14 room brIck house slate root all room fresco painted cellar under whole house brick outbulld an orchard containing tp fruit trees good vineyard one large cattle barn 88x89 one horse barn MXHO a large granery nnd toolhouse all In good condition Land Is nil level with good drainage 14 acres standing timber 85 acres on which timber was remov ed the past three year Is now In pat ture balance of land In cultivation The reflacedyear DO bushels ot wheat to an acre and CO bushels corn to an acre Our price on this farm Is J9KXJ Farm No2 In1l1tll0mileUatesvllle Ind One 6ruoiu irttme houno a large nnd tool house This land Is rolling n self idnder was uted on every part of loud 15 acres of Rood creek bottom to acres now In standing Umber SO acres wheat sown and In good condition vheatIstump IS Inches front ground Farm No3151 acres mile from Haymondlnd which has n public Catholic church and Methodist church four and a half mile from Morris u railroad station A 8room frame house and good barn and grnnery This land Is rolling and all has been undo cultivation some bottom ground good fences around entire farm Hlxty acres standing timber This farm will make a tobacco farm and will raise wheat andcooed Our price Is fIfoOO Farm No4GOO acres four miles from Metamont six miles from llrookvlllecountyseatof Frank lin county This farm Is rolling land S3i new ground on which timber has been removed years Three farms frame dwelling houses another buildings There was two crops of tobacco raised on this farm the past two year quality and quantity was first class It you wOilWe expect to tell all of the above farms within next 80 days We will furnish abstract showing clear title and can give possession of any of the above farms Our terms are H cash balance 10 yearly pay meats secured by mortgage with spur cent interest Ilatesvllleis located on the Ohl cogo Division of the OO O 4 Ht L rail road ro miles from Cincinnati 0 and 00 miles from Indianapolis Ind Call on us and we will show you these Straw or writ us The Hillenbrand Co Batesvde lad Bring Your e PrintingTo 1 i The t Vie if c INTERIOR J oft L tJOURNAL i- j j I Office L 0 t 1 v 1 Best a- Ok re t Work Lowest Prices t r t alu L3L NOTqEX We auk the patronage otlBHr friends and urserysock AddressKings Mountain Lincoln Co Xjr HOME FOR SALE I One tory rooms and allnecessary outbuildings Lot contains one roomybarngarden put Thli II a local edoa corner of Whltloynnd Miller streets A ItniOtiTZOLAW Stanford Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEEIUNC oturveytngandani be guaranteed and m are rea I aonabla Write me at MoKlunoy or call me HustonvllleLxchangeAVAtitBH MOKINNKY NOTICE I You are hereby notified that Tom JIarrls penitentiary ofPrisonItU9forness my hand this Nolember M iww TOM HAIIKIB Fruit And Ornamental Trees an1rol1rdenNo Agents H F HILLENMEYER SON- SLexington Ky REWARD Having suffered considerable annoyance gatlatchesmy gates on the county road that rims through my farm havo concluded to offer n reward for Information leading to the conviction of such tenon or iiersons 1 will therefore give the sum of 44 for Infor motion leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties that have broken the latches on any of my Rntesor that have sawed down or torn down any of my gates on the county road which runs from the llIIltlllevllloturnpIke lelldlngtoparties who In the future commit any of the above offenses AUlto1tII NOTICE I Insure your Tobac co and Tobacco Barns in the West End In surance Agency Get your policies written right in a good com pany by W J CAMPBELL Hugtonville Ky PAINtAUNPa1nSlCODelse usually At b says Dr hoop and to- PTOTe it h has cnA allW pink tablet That tablettailed Dr Bboopi Ueadacba Tablet tenItlh safely U tartly quaUMUM blood circa lation preasteIfIf you are sleepless restless corvee its blood stoopitthe unnatural blood presser Bnitw your flagor and doesnt It m red and swell and pain you Of course It does Its coo YOIllIb41wllerepalarraIW WIIU Li x ceaII sad rbeerfuny IWOIPrt Dr Shoops HeadacHeTablets PENNYS DRUG STORE HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal v I IAND ii The Interior JournalB- OTH ONE YEAR FOR I ONLY I5O Pew people la the United States have not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all things fair to all things clean In all things It IB essentially a family paper Dj a special arrangement wo are enabled to of for the WEEKLY GOUBIRROOKNAL one year and this paper for the price named above Bend your subscription for tbe com blnatloa to usnot tc the OaarlerJour I I RUBBERS We have a complete stock of the fa mous BALL BAND Such as the Ladies Storm Rubber Arctics Mens and Boys Felts N Arctic Rubber Boots and Overshoes Prices from 50c to 4 Come In And See Our Large Line Best Quality The BalfBand fSAM ROBINSON STANFORD1KY II 0 New Stock of Oliver f- Plows at t W H HIGGINS Stanford 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