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BROPflEAD. say thoro never waa such a Traders scarcity of hogs In this part of the country. Several Ice house were Ailed hire Ice. Parties last week with handling It ssy It la the clearest and purest they ever saw. A little daughter of Postmaster John Robins Is very aide. W. A. Carson is clerking for H H. Hamm. Jake Klder made a flying trip to Livingston. Our two physicians say they are go inir all tho time; that there Is consider- of the .i able sickness in different parts county. Pneumonia fever la prevalent. Solomon Northern, an cmployo of the L. & N residing here, was struck by a train near Uardstown Junction a few days ago and sustained painful injuries. . Tony Brooks, of this placo, tho big section foreman who works a crew of men at Shapherdsvllle, Is visiting his brother, Georgo Brooks, at Williams- burg. Christmas passed olT here very quietly, Borne drinking, as usual, but every ono acted nicely about It. Lota of Jugs and packages of whisky were shipped here but most of It was for persons out In the county. "Bell" Lawronce, the low flung scamp who scattered small pox through this section last fall, and which caused one death and cost tho county up Into the thousand mark, was fined $100 at the last term of the Mt. Vernon circuit court. The railroad aide track at this place aa is again crowded with timber, such togs, lumber, cross ties, spokca, cheat-nu- t wood, etc, and thero seems to be .no let up In sight. J. G. Frith haa bought of John Lceco a tract of timber for 1,&00. also a boundary from Mrs Jamea Moore for J2.100. Mr Frith says that owing to the low price of lumber he may not begin to cut this 'timber until next autumn. Tho Baptist Sunday school entertained Its pupila with a tree, after which the ladies of tho church gave abox supper and about 135 waa realized. Tho Methodist Sunday rchool treated the pupils to a tree and a little entertainment in tho way of aonga and recitations. The Christian church Sunday Hamll-tonia- n school had no exercises. The five-inc- h STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER MATRIMONIAL. NEWS ROTES. I Seven children were burned to death John Durham and Miss Birdie Terry I were married at J. M, Iong'a on the at Svkeaville. Pa. Rufus Matthews, formerly editor of 21. II. M. Penny and Mra. Mary Brown tho Taylor County Enquirer, died sudwere married at Somerset by Kev. Hu-c- denly nt Campbellsvllle. Fire at Clinton destroyed four storey houses and the postoflicc. The properGeorge Wilder obtained licenso to marry Miss Hottie Q'jarlcs on ty was partially covered by Insurance. Mra. Henry E. Youtsey has flledlsuit Jan. 2. John Uenner, aged 17. and Miss Katie for divorce. Youtsey is in the penitentiary for the assassination of Gov. Goe Sweeney, II, were married In y. Wcd-nndaHock-castle. ?ssstt,stastitatftst,atyra' PRICES CUT! ON ALL bel. W. Terry and Miss Emma Holmes Adams were made ono at Danville on the 26th. Shell Reed and Miss Cynthia War- field were made one at C. D. Warfleld'a Wednesday Tho Advocate announces tho engagement of Miss Katherine Curry, of Danville, to Sanders Clay, of Puducah. W. T. Datson and Miss Hattie Flan- orv woro married on tho 24th at tho Methodist parsonage by Rev. J. J. Dickey Grover Gastlncau and Mlsa Alpha Naylor drovo to Lancaster on Christmas eve and were married by Rev. F. J. Joe Williams, chief of police of shot and killed Willis Huff, a dangerous Negro, who attempted to cut him. Through accident, two brothers, John W. and Charles Harrison, who havo yB 31, 1009. T" "4, HO. 88. g, U. Tinder. William Adams and Miss Cora Baugh in wedlock's holy bonds at Rev. J. M. Cook'a by that gentleman Wednesday. A. F. Watson and Miss Ora Foley, both of the East End, were joined heart and hand at Logan'a Hotel, Crab Orchard, Wednesday. Cyrus Johnson, a prominent young man of Kings Mountain, and Miss Ora Belle Reynolds, a pretty and popular girl of tho aamo section, were married on the 28th. Miss Mattle Hays Rochester, sister of Mr. J. Welch Rochester, of this place, was married at tho home of her sister, Mrs. Frank Lee, at Mlddlesboro, to Mr. J. M. Owsley, of that place. The bride is well known here, where sho lived many yeara and is greatly lov ed by our people. The groom is originally from Orlando, Fla., and is a They will fine young business man. make their homo at Mlddlesboro. Joseph Wm. Fcrz, of Louisville, and Miss Emma H. Adams, of this city, were united in marriage Sunday after noon at tho home of Mrs. M. S. Phillips, Rev. Walker, of tho Christian They are both church, officiating. mutes and are graduates of the K. S. The bride is a sister of D at Danville. Mesdamea Ike and Jamea Phillips and They will resido in Is quite popular. Louisville, whero the groom holds a splendid position. The two had been sweethearts since they were rnero chil- were Joined L not seen each other in 20 years, are reunited in Denver. Fire Chief Ben Dillon, of Louisville, who was injured when an automobile was overturned whilo going to a fire, died of his injuries. Barney Oldfield drove hia Benz auto mobile five miles in 4:35 over the Los Angeles track, breaking th world's record for that distance Four shot fircrs, all foreigners, were killed in a dust explosion, caused by a "windy" shot in mine 5, two miles South of Centralis, III. Four men were killed by an explosion in tho Rock Island railroad shops at Shawnee, Okla. Nine were injured and the property loss is $250,000. 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 Illllsvllle, Pa., nine persons were burned to death. Tho victims, all foreigners, were a man, his OVERCOATS Call And See. Cummins & Society, which waa to havo rendered the play entitled "The Squiro'a Daughter," Xmaa night, was unable to do ao on account of the illncsa of one of the main actors. Tho play, however, will be given New Year'a night and promiseato bo very enjoyable, Tho proceeds are for tho benefit of tho Christian church. Every one who can should witness this play and assist a dren. Visitors in and around town during Among tho Christmaa are numerous. lot wo noticed Dr. O. 0. Stone, of with Emery Albright. Geo. Frith, of tho Louisvilto Dental College, Ed II. Gentry, of tho Louisville Law School. Uvron Owens, of Georgetown Mr. College, aro with tho homefolks. and Mrs. Henry Schubert, of Defiance, O., aro with tho latter'a parents. Clarence Perkins, of Junction City, was the Mr. R. 8. guest of his grand-fatheMartin. Ezra Shlvel, or lirocnsourg, is visiting hla parents. Albert Albright and little son, William, aro with W. II. Albright. Uev. J. W. Sayera. of Pino-villis with friends here. J. P. Hamm, of Walton, Is the guest of relatives hero. Mr. and Mra. J. F. Carter, of Gratz, aro with their sons, Dr. W. F. and Joo Grats. Mlssea Elizabeth and Georgia Vermillion, of Danville, aro guests of Miss Elizabeth Tharpo. B. Mayer, of Atlanta, la with friends here, o, r, o. A Friend. worthy cause. ' J. A Rogers and Miss Irene Ruble, two popular young peoplo of Garrard county, drovo to Burgin Dec. 23 and were joined in wedlock's holy bonds. They took the train for Louisville and other points of interest and will be gone several days on their bridal tour. Tho groom, who formerly lived in Lincoln county, la a clover and progressive young fanner, while his bride is tho handsome and accomplished daughter of one of the oldest and wealthiest families of Garrard. Their many friend join in wishing them all the happiness this life affords. On Dec. 21. E. E. Gann and Miss Ethel Eads surprised their many friends by driving to Stanford and having the nuptial knot tied. Tho bride Is tho eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W Eads, of Hustonville, and is exceedingly pretty and lovablo. "Ned," as he la familiarly known, is a son of Jamea F. Gann, of Casey, and a prominent farmer. The contracting parties are formerly from Montlcello and their courtship has lasted for some years. On Christmas dsy at tho bride's home an elegant dinner was served. Many handsome presents were received. Thoy will toon 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 Lebanon, were married at the residence of Rev. W. T. Baird in Lebanon Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Barker, relatives of the brldo, stood with them during the ceremony. They camo 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 n St. Asaph. Mr. Kincaid is the 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 haa reason to feel proud. well-know- "Tho most mercllesa enemy I had ..for 0 years," declares Mra. James Duncan, of Hayneavlllc, Me., "was Dyspepsia. I suffered intensoly after eating or drinking and could Bcareely leep. After many remedies had failed and Beveral doctors gavo me up. I tried Klectrlo Bitters, which cured mo ''completely. Now I can oat anything. I am 70 yoara old and am overjoyed to get my health and strength back again." For Indigestion, Loss of Appetite, Kldnoy Trouble, Lame Buck. remalo Complaints, It's unequaled. Only 60o at Penny's Drug Store. At Toledo, O., Miss Carol Hunt waa Instantly killed and her parents were wounded, not seriously. Joseph Mack-lewho is charged with having shot them, is eought by the police. Mack-le- y had been refused the hand of the girl." y, Kills Her Foe or 20 Years. 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' home at Redding, Conn. Five trainmen were killed and two badly injured in a collision between two freight trains on tho Baltimore und Ohio Southwestern railroad at Starks ville, Ind. Jailer Henry Polly, of Lotcher coun IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. ty, was shot and perhaps fatally woundprevent a diffied while attempting to Tho Richmond Elks fed 1300 people culty between prominent young men at and supplied, the wants of 200 children Wbitcsburg. during Christmas week. Putting on the guise of Santa Claus Miss Bessie Wherritt, daughter of at Charleston, III., Miss Clara McClory Thorn is P. Wherrit, died ofter a brief drew too near the candles of the Christ- illness at her home at Lancaster. mas tree. Her clothes caught and she In a drunken row at Parnell. Wayne was fatally burned. county. SampsonlRussell. aged 24, was The Ohio river la frozen solid at Mad- fatally shot by one of his companions. ison, Ind , and at several other points The jury hung in the case of R P. Navigation is Piko for killing Joe Mize in Rockcastle. gorges have formed. practically suspended from on end of Eight were for acquittal and four for the river to the other. three yeara. Several men were hurt in a riot folSome saloon advocates think the temlowing a disturbance in the General perance people ought not to have conBaptist church, near Washington, Ind. tested the election "as the majority Women threw their children out of the was so great as 87." Three years ago windows to get them out of the melee. they contested a majority of 132, withFive arrests were made. out a shadow of grounds for it The While his mother had gone out after other fellow's ox is gored. Somerset son of Wil Republican. water, the liam Lancaster, of May field, got too The First National UanK at uurn- close to an open grate and his eyes side, which closed Its doors several were burned out and tongue charred months ago on account or heavy losses Hia condition is hopeless. due to speculation by the president, U Answering a telephone call, police- W. Stewart, has adjusted all the losses men at Peru, Ind., found Mrs. Ora Gal- and thrown open Its doors again. A. B. loway dead with a bullet in her body Massey is the new president and F. E and her husband with a revolver in his Bradshaw, cashier. hands. The room showed evidences of Another notable event In the lives of struggle. Galloway, who was arrested, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Rlffe, of the West said he rcmembored nothing that took End. was celebrated Christmas day place. when all the children and grand childMrs. William J. Ehlan, whoso five ren gathered at the old homo to celefeet of heavy blond hair haa been the brate the 50th anniversary of their wedenvy of and admiration of St. Louis wo ding. A grand dinner was indulged In men for years, waa knooked unconscious and presents of every description were by an unidentified man as sho was leav showered upon the happy pair. Bro. ing her home for church and her hair Montgomery made a beautiful talk rewaa chopped oil close to her head with ferring to the noble character and a razor. worthy, active life of the couple. Mr. The bodies of Rov. William E. Ritter and Mrs RilTe are both In good health, and Mrs. Ritter, both aged about 70, activo and awake to the demands of and wealthy, were found at their home the day. It Is indeed a great help to inElnora township, Indiana, Under, cir- one1 to spend a day with these old peocumstances indicating murder. Mrs. ple and note tho devotion and well balRitter's body was discovered in the liv- anced manner of their lives. A worthy ing room. Her clothes had been torn examplo is here to be found and such from her and there were marks on herlpeop0 8re a blessing to. any commun-nec- k that Indicated. that she had been itv - May the blessings of God attend . . .. arraniTipn. itutpr h imhiv whh iuuni in I- this granctyld couple, a milk house. One Who Was Present. Wearen, J J; STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Xmas Goods. We will show you the nicest line of Xmss goods from all the foreign patteries ever shown here. Dinnr Ware, Novelties. Briea-Bra- c and Cow raunity Silverware, Carving Sets and otherjtuings too numerous to mention Come and see us and you will agreejwitb, us. three-year-ol- d GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. ORGANIZED IN 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HAS PAIDIN DIVIDENDS, $2J6,5UO Combines Abso!uteSafety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Us: of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. OFFICER. ). S. Mocker, President;, S. T. Harris, John . McRoberts, Cashier. Cash'r II. Q. Baugbman, W.W.Saunders.Bookkeeper, t, m At. Young Girls Are Vlotlras. of headache, as well as older women, Barricaded In a dwelling houso and armed with a shotgun and revolver, James F. Koach, who shot and seriously wounded his mother In Memphis, waa Don't drug the stomach, or sttmulato hemmed In by a posse, but managed to tho heart or kidneys. That Is w.rong. alip out and escape. It Is tho weak nerves that are crying "Thero are uo words good enough out (or help. Vitalize these weak Into express my high opinion of side controlling nerves with Dr. s a sure cure for Indigestion." J. F, Snoop's restorative, and sea how Click, Ilrldgewater, va., 'tw. u Jj. quickly good health will come to you Largo again. Test It and seel Sold by PenPenny guarantees box, 60c. ny's Drug Store, -- . u but all ire i quick relief and prompt euro frpm Dr. King's New Life Pills, the world's best remedy for sick and nervous headaches. They mako pure blood, and strong nerves and build America. Dr. John R. Collier, chairman of the up your health. 'Iry them. 23o at Louisville democratic city and county Penny's Drug Store. committees, died Christmaa morning at Five men were Instantly killed in St. Anthony's Hospital. The funeral Reading, Pa., by tho explosion of a took place at Franklin, his old home. II. A Schoberth, representative from boiler at the new plant of the MetroWoodford, who waa a candidate for politan Electric Company. Speaker of the House, has withdrawn. The cleverest Imitation of realcoffeo In a statement he thanks his friends ever yel made U Dr. Shoop's Health for the support they have given him Coffee. It Is lino In flavor and la and concedes the honor to George S. made In just ono minute. No tedious Wilson, of Union county. 30 or 30 minutes boiling. Made from Vaudeville every night at the pure parched grains, malt, nuts, etc. Theatoriura. 10 and 15c. Sample free. Penny's Drug Store. POLITICAL. William Jennings Bryan was unable Mito fill his engagement to lecture at He , because of hoarseness. ami, Fla will sail soon for Cuba and South DIRECTORS. F. Keid. J, II, Uaughraan, M D. Elmore, J. M Pettus, H. C, Baughman, j F. Cummins, S, T. Harris, ao. C. Robiaioa, W. U O'Bannon J. S. Hocker. C. E Tate. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Dealerin Liye and Dressed Poultry, Eggs, Ice, Coal, Wool, Hides, Furs, Salt, Lime, Ginseng and Feathers. . PHONE 35, LANCASTER. rCy. -:- - -:- ' . 1SKANCH HOUSE: STANFORD, KV Tluimiau K'. Tudor. Tclenhcue No. 163. Jlr. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford " jfc, w -.- ' "PR f T-- - ( - ,ssafi The Interior Journal. K. C. WALTON Additional Lcl. by NOTICE! I offer Auctlotrar! mr services to the ptopl HON. HARVEYTHELM, f Lincoln county, it n candidate for re- n biHiitu liVlllllUllfUII lur vuiiKirni iiuhi tlatrlct,aubect to the action of the demo cratlc party, The New Year is upon us and how shall we celebrateits coming 7 Good resolutions are in order. So many new year resolutions are annually broken that somojconcludo it is not best to make theso promises to ourselves. Hut 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 don't succeed. try, try again I" Men fail in business, but gather up resolution and try again. Thero is nothing elseleft for them to do. They must have allving and to do so, cfTort is necessary. Many men have accumulated fortunes after having raade'more than'one failure. And so oftcn'having broken good resolutions, men have triumphed over vicious habthe Speaker's Race. its. Evcryman should turn his face to To the Honorable Democratic memtho future tit I tho beginning of the new year andlrcsolve that ho will make his bers of the House of Representatives life better than it has ever been, New of Kentucky: hereby notify you that I have with year is a good time to look closely into our business affairs and assure ourselves drawn from tho raco for Speaker. My of our real status. IJMen can not be too reason for this action is the good and careful in their finances. It is easy to sufficient one that 1 do not think I could be deceived. The new year is a good win. I wish to thank all of my friends time to set out to make everybody wo who have announced their willingness come in contact with feel that we are to assist me in this race and also to ashis friend and arejready to ;do all we sure my opponents, Messrs. George can for his happiness. 2; Asia commun Wilson, of Union, and Harry Schobcrth, ity we should look about to see what of Woodford, that I deeply appreciate there is wrong that wejmay set right, ' hf courteous treatment they have ac what public evil we may cure, what corded me In this fight and assure both good work already begun should bo of them of my best wishes. I desire completed. There is work for all, men, further to say that I shall do all in my power during the coming session of the women and children. Legislature to further the interests of Hon. W. H.(Shanks, Lincoln coun- the Stato of Kentucky and the demoty's splendid Representative in the cratic party, and that 1 quit the race next House, has withdrawn from the without any sore spots on me and with race for speaker and addresses a manly a kindly feeling towards every one. card to the Democratic members of the W. H. Shanks. mm nuetlonner. Hdtlifnrtlon The itoekholdera and directors of the coln connljr 11. W. McWHOllTKH, reoplea Hank of lluitonvllle are requeued guarsnicftl. Morolitnd, Ky II. r. I). No. 1 tameetntthebnntatlOA. and 15 SI. Important bualn.aala to M.FrUlayv distillery, warehouse lie, transacted. acres of land, close to Lancaster, for J.W. Hopkins, Caihlcr. SALE 1 TURKEYS $8,000 and will convert tho buildings in- Qobblera nnd hena of the tangerdon A to tobacco warehouses. Conger and Owen A llarbee itrrilii for aale. Thoroughbred bronie. large bono and beauMiss Lucy MASSEY(had an Interest A meeting of the ttockholder't of the Man. W. K. DlftlloN, tiful plumage. bank of lluttonvllle will lie held nt ing programme at her school on Fri- their banking houae In Uti.tonvllle the tec; IUK. l.Htnnfonl. MioneR-t- . between nnd day 24th, consisting of vocal music, end Tueadayln January. IV10,electing dlrec-to11 a.m., for tho purpose of speeches and dialogues. Her school to erve the eimilng your. J.W. HoCKrn.Cn.hler. closed yesterday. We doubt not that Korltoute nnd Carriage lMlntlng and TrimMiss Mapsey has taught a better school ming. I'apvr llnngliig. dun nnd l.ocksiiil!li CofTcy's than has been thought for Ing. Hliop oppoilte depot. at J. J.IlKi.tir(,Htnnfonl,Ky A Friend. somo time. A meeting of the itockholdersof tho Klr.t ' held National Ilnnkof Htnnford will Tiic.rtny nt In aeroiut HusTONVILLE.-Luther J. Willis, of their banking liou.e thepurpose of election llii. for the Louisville, spent a few days with his January, for the ensuing year. director A meeting of the tockholiler nt the Ornli JoilK J,MflloiirHT!,t'nhler, parents here. Miss Lois Willis, who Orelinril Hanking Co ,n( rrnli Orchard, kIIL i nnm nt tnrir ixinaing uiiu inn urai Is with her is teaching at Earlington, Monday In .tiinnnry, Iviu, for lli purpote of parents, Rev. and Mrs. W. S. Willis. eieciingoireoiora inriiieeiiHiiiiiK jrnr. J.( II.lL:r,C'abler. Misses Margaret and Sarah Matthews, A ineetlntnt thoMockliolderaof the of Lexington, are with their uncle, I'ountv National Ilntii of Htnnford will second I lie held Kev. W. S. Willis. Misses Martha Tuedny nt their Itanklnii houo tho In Jnnunry. li'lo, for the purpose of Baker and Mary Taylor, of Nlcholas-vill- electing directors tor the en.ulng yenr. Crnlitlrchnnl. Ooer Hotel, nt at net, with Kitnln alore-rooV, M. Hkhiiit, t'n.liter. olllce arc with Mrs. W. C. Neol. Jurt ncroa and n rotlngn or olllcn of thrco roouia. All nrceatnr) uiiinuiiuiiiga. MltH.l'I'llTIHdOVKH, Hon. W. H. Shanks WIthdrws from Banks Hudson, have bought, the Lancastkr ctpltalisU.i: heded I'. inn of Lin- FOR Stockholders' Meeting PRESENTS For You to dive Your Friends. Umbrclhw $1 00 to 8J0 00 Silk Mufflers 81 00 to Sft 00 COs ri J, J. BELDEN, Stockholders' Meeting Stockholders' Meetipg Stockholders' Meeting Un-coi- n FOR SALE e, m CLEMENS HOTEL J. L. Ei.kin', I'rorMj Ornb orchard. Ky. WANTED TO RENT SMALL FARM I want to rent n mm farm of W to (U iicri'i, two or three iiillea from Manioni. Neck Tios Trefer In ml partly In culllMitton nnd pnrlly Hniall liouavtlealrril. ildrriA. Siifjioiiilorb tjirge. nlry outlde room. Commercial Ingrnaa. 1. K., caro Interior Journal Olllce, HUn-fortravelers it specially, ppeclal rates by week Ky. former Linor month The proprietor Silk Sox coln county limn nnd hl$ friends should remember him when atopplng In hit town. d, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. 2f, f0o lW5o - nml 81 Pocnix Mufllorn to .'i 00 Cull Iliittons Haml 25o to 81.50 8H.60 812.50 8fi to 812.G.I 8U.P0 nnd 85.1(1 ln flOc, 81, 81.80 SiiitCu'c Ilag- - WANTl"! An all 'Hound Blacksmith. Steady Kmploymeut uiul Good Wages. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. I Silk llo?o Garters 81 to 82.AO Scnrl Pins 1 60c to 83.50 Stetson lints 0, 2.r nml fiOc Coat Sweaters III dealm to aell privately my Hock of butt-nItanlwnre. llolng a goixt Will Invoice about 1JWO. ltenon health. (IKO. P. HOl'I'KIt, Htsnford.Ky. c. 50cto82.S0 25 ami 50o Silk Handkerchiefs Glove 25 und 50c Linen Handkerchiefs 25c to 82.00 Drew Shirts Q. D. CARTER, 81.00,8150 Now Livorv W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. Depot Stroot, Phono 90. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. These are Selected Especial ly for Xmas Presents. ts The ZEHO acceuful Remedy world Lower House. The card will be found in this issue. 2We were very much in hopes thatfjour friend and fellow townsman would be able to land the Speakership and regret that he deemed it best to retire from the race. He will not be speaker of course, but he will be found on the right side of all questions and rcadv and willing to do that which will further the cause of democracy nnd do the greotestjnumber of people good Mr. Shanks' presence will be felt in the Legislature which convenes next Tues day. that Always Cores li recojnliea ti I In nail hontit nj exilclse la lh G. B. l P? U ITT, CHURCH MATTERS. Morolond, Kontucky, Xcw eupplv of Hues ami Drug- geti. Appropriate Chritmus prts-enfor nil. Cull nnd tee. G. 1$. J. Hoaklns, the new pastor of the Baptist church here, will begin his work Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. The Methodist congregation will worship with the Presbyterians next Sunday. Rev. J. J. Dickey will occupy the Rev. T. DtiMIr aiKuc Icitimlr irlleni ir.i potlilrtlr tnj ptra ma u itcaing lain care fcczem All Dmttliu. Ct Zemo tt lite lot tamplt. E.W.RoeilHrlnCo. SL Unit. Ha. PnuiTT, Moreland, Ky. H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. pulpit. Rev. W. S. Willis subject at the Christian church at Hustonville Sunday morning will be "Mary the Mother of Jesus." At night ho will preach from Harry Jacobs, lKak'rln nnJ Manufacturer of. Help your run down stomach with ol Stanford. Ky.. Dec I, 1909. El. Sabfcl&Sons, a tablets, Itelief comes in 229 E. Markit St. lOtmUlE, KY stantly and cure results by building up the stomach and putting strength RESOURCES: into it They cure Indigestion, or G. Loan, and Bead. ehcted $ 90.9 14 59 L. Penny will give you your money 60 YEARS' 13.032 16 OrcnW.l bacK. Laige box,50c EXPERIENCE "Tex" Rickahd, the Western sport, 51.500 00 U. S. Bond, and Premium who bought the Jeffries-Johnso- n fight 9.49S 6 Banking Houte and Other Real En.le Fanned by a brisk wind In nearly zeto be pulled off July 4, says: "I figure ro weather, fire destroyed one of th 58,580 83 Due from Bank. thit we will seatO.OOOJpersons. Figur- frame dormitories of the Kentucky 2.500 00 Due from U. S. Treaturer ing on an average of $10 for each seat, School of Reform for Juvenile CrimiCaiK on Hand 21.468 47 there will be $300,000 In the house." nals at Greendale, near Lexington. 125 Trade Marks $347.514 86 From $5 to $50 Iwill be charged for! boys Dcsions slept in the building but all escap LIABILITIES: Copyrights Ac. seats. E. R. Thomas, the wealthy ed without injury. $50,000 00 Capital Stock Anrone (ending a ikelth and dtierlptlnn rnir New Yorker, offered Richard $1,000 for irolcklr ajcartaln onr opinion fra wbatber an 20,000 00 lUTentlon I probftblr patehuMit CommunicaSurplu. Fund Earned A tickling or dry cough can be qulcic-l- y eight ringside seats but he declined it. tion trictlrconndentfal. MAMOSeC on I'aunu 2,612 19 Undivided PronU Net aent fre. Oldaat airencr fur cunnff palauta. Surely some people'are anxious to see loosened with Dr. Snoop's Cough ruenu tatan tbrouan Munn A Co. rtctlra Circulation 49,500 00 PKui notice, wiinoai cnarjo, la tea men beat up each other. Remedy. No opium, no chloroform, 208,732 97 Individual Deposit! Scientific nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold by Gov. Noel, of Mississippi has an- Penny's Drug Store. 1.329 70 Due to Bank. Ahandtomelr tllDttrafivl WMklr. T re cat rtt cultton of anr eivntldo Jmirnal, 1 emit, 13 a Note. Rcducounted nounced the appointment of Col. i 15340 00 reart (onrmontlia, tU BuiabjaJl naaiwlaalara. Judge Hough, of the United States James Gordon, of Okolona, as United HUNNSCO.aejB'o.r.HeWTOrll $347,514 66 Branch Oflc. asS F BU WaahUwIon, IX. States Senator from Mississippi, to Circuit Court in New York, denied the succeed the lateJSenator A. J. McLau-rta- . motion for a new trial for Charles W. J. S. HOCKER. Preaidenn The appointment is temporary, Morse, who is now in tho Tombs ! S. T. HARRIS. Vice Preudent; lasting until the; Legislature can electa der sentence for having violated JOHN J. McROBERTS. CeaHw; Senator for the unexpired term of national banking law. H. C BAUGHMAN. Awt Caahier; Having told my farm, I Mill tell publicly three years and threel months, and is W. W. SAUNDERS. Prevcntlcs those Candy Cold Cure on made with the understanding that Sen WKDNKHUAY, JAN. 1. 1010, ator Gordon will not be a candidate for Tablets will safely and quickly check The following propertr. 1 Ilrood all colds and the grip. Try them once Mare. In (oal to Jnok, I liugg Mure, n(o (or the unexpired term. 5c. Sold by Penny's women nnd children to drive, t yeiirllng and seel t Work Mule, a and 4 yeara old, well broken nnd work well any where, a lnllk TAFTj.has begun the Drug Store. Pbesident cowa, with young onlea, Ibulli, 1 hornleu We. whoae name, appear below, .trlctly hunting, Uahlng or any kind of preparation of the first)of his special old, jrenrllng Jeriey ball. The Ohio River from Pittsburg red bull, lycari belter, 1U llerktblre itock forbid on our olncee and will Droaecute Tl- 1 yearling iteer, This message messages to Congress. wagon olatora to tbe f ull extent of the law. River-me- n I rai noge, i pnaeion, i South Is closed to navigation. and 1 net o( uarnea and plow gear, 1 cultlva- - Mill Maine newel, jwicuanuocn liroi. will deal with amendments which he beA. T, Tray lor, , I mowing machine. I drill, lcorn cruib- Kred llaumann, are astonished at the unusually lieves are necessary .in the interstate M. II. fluuiraer, Mlburn Uoocb, urlou severe ice packs for the present time er, Karmlng Implement ofcrirloud or klndi, 11.0. Nannelley. loo barrel" of corn In orlli.l Wlllileater, more commerce and Sherman anti-truacts. j.w.reca:. year and predict heavy loss of prop of baled Timothy hay, lot unbilled hay In j. w. naugnman. Darld Hterena, J.K.Druce. barn, aome household nnd kitchen furniThe President willjdeal with the anti- of erty before a thaw sets in. JolinOumenl.ch wm.uoraier, ture and many other thlnga too nurrferoua trust act at great length. M. I). Elmore, Iran Traylor, to mention, A let of aide meat and Representatives of the Knoxville Kred llandorf. (lotllbollek. 1). M.Anderaon. Hale to begin promptly at j. J.inomp.on, Mr. and Mra. Jaa. 11. Kada The Explorers' Club in New York Tenn., miners' rescue station are at Terma made known on day :) A. M. of aale. j, r. Aioaer, Mri.n.j, Logan. A. Klllrt Warren, near Uarbourville, assisting In A. II. McKINNKY, McKinney, Ky. liorton rt accepted by a unanimous vote the Mra. Geo. J.J.Klllott. of its committee which investigat- the work of checking a fire which is W. It. UauKberty, frank Oordler, Iter. Katlierleo, Dr.u.O. IVirry, ed Dr. F. A. Cook's Mount McKinley raging In the Interstate mining plant. . ntuniu... H. II. llaughiimn, Uriah Albright A. tlttWUI. Two trainmen were seriously injured claims, and he was expelled from memMra. Mamuretaoocb. Jacob (lander bership. Dr. Cook should now apply and six others slightly hurt In a collis W. II. Traylor (leo.O.Oiveni, Ham llolierta. Jobn Jnfer. ion between freight trains on the Chifor membership In the Liar's club. M, J.llofmunn, Amend Hebaefer, A.lt.Mutbeny cago, Cincinnati and Louisville railroad K.T. Ileaaley 1j. H. (lamer, Mra.J.ll.Uaaley, The plant of the Owensboro Inquirer, on the outskirts of Cincinnati. II. L. Kuguley M.J. Morgan, H.O. WaUliia, r, recently purchased by H.T. llnrrli, Thomas M. Chivington. of the Louis It. H.Orow, J. U. Hundley. ville Club, was elected president of the burned. The paper is being luaued o. K. McUlure, Mra. Hunme u. (Joou, Baseball Association Anton Honvcker, AnderaonOarr. from the ofllce of the Owensboro Daily Americanthe annual meetimr of 'in or o V. M. Ulalion, Knd VouUruenlgan at tho Mra. Kate Ador T. I,. Ilnugbiiiun, Messenger. Judge Hager hopes to have ganization. Mra. Itebeocn It. (Jurpeiiter Nlo OluW. the damage repaired In a short time. V, Kopnti, ai, r, lAwrence, Eleven Newfoundland schooners and John H. Lee. iit nuvini. their crews of CO men are believed to Tom Kerrlll, dtirl.tian Jueob, Gov. Hughes authorized tho extradi- have been lost in the Christmas bliz W. W. 1'ltuian, Fred l'ayk. J. Nevln Carter, AlmCooiwr. tion to New Jersey of Mrs. Caroline II. zard, Mr.. W. a. Welcn, K. 11, lhnibain, W, D.Qoooh, Martin and Mrs. Mary Snead, who are II. U. Auderton, T. A. llloe, (luadeltil. wanted in Newark on charges implicatUtirta Oiimenl.cli, I lU'Ulwn Uurtta, FOR Tlnaley Bpoonuuioru ing them in the murder of Mrs. Ocey JniiieaHinltb, A, I.. Ourter, 1. car- II. W. darter, in East Orengc, N, J. Snead Htoclc of general merchandise In lluitoo W. (ialnee W. 1'. (If line., lllu on Main Htreet. Well known aland Roy McKinney killed Dora CampW. M. Field.' J.UlIoltxolav, up-to-d- ate uiul trade entaullalit'd. Write (or particuMra.lfattle White. n. n.fiuiaea. bell and then committed suicide in a lar lo V. 11. Mokmh,. lilM Mary hVpflei, W.1.INIU. feotel at Peru, Ind. MBHtOUTllie.Kjr, of A. UTtMHBHOB, JaM Meawtr, It looks like a cinch for Hon. J. M. Alverson, of this office, to win the office of assistant clerk of the Senate. II j has more than enough votes pledged hiii to win on the first ballot. Mr. Al verjon filled thcposition most creditably two years ago and his work then hat been of great help in hu present race, "Jes9" generally gets what he goes after and always performs well the duties incumbent on him. Before another issue sf this paper is printed we believe he will have again been the subject: "What I have Written I , have Written." Services at the Christian church at Moreland Sunday. In the morning the pistor. Rev. W. G. Montgomery, will preach from the subject, "The Church of the Future." In the evening at 7 o'clock his subject will be "Two men whomJesus called Great," SPURS lidos and Woo. Fetlier,Tntlowf D?war, Ginscnct Gclden3ruUYtUcwRvt,M7 Apple. t3 veil? Mnrblo and Cranito Monu monts, Markera nnd I'oati. Oenietery nnd lJwn OilU-t- ) Viiteaiind nnd worka, Me- Kinney, Ky. Condition ol The WHcE Ginitcr etc ire dealer t tnub!UI(l la 1856 Orcf half a cento in Lewi aBc tcJ cm do butter or ywi &aj tgcaU of ccccriuion tsTchuiti. Refmatr, first National Bank I tcy ia LouiiviBe. Wrie tV pace lis M tSppof Ufa. Bt&k W 'aaaallalB! "lv "' '' IISHjE flKKrtm PUBLIC SALE 1 f,KiaLaLLLLL LKiiaaaaaaaaaaaVaaaaaaaB - LLLBalaHaHHaaaaL-J..4JA- L "WM'i. Book-Kee- Gnlvani. IlypitoiiHt, at Walton's Opera Hon no Friday, Dec. 31. To-Nijjl- tt, a, 1 tree-nuail- f Q. L. Penny R. 1 II. Coflojr E, R. Coleman Vinolf The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil, is a most 'Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and Strength. It is Especially Useful For Persistent Coughs and Colds, Sold under a Guarantee at Dinwiddie 1 Ha-ge- CM-cair- & Co., Hustonville, Ky., SALE Undertakers and Embalmers. We ry an line goods. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stamford, Kentucky. ova. I ).- - TP rffnl 3 'J .i'"' 4 V . , r You Will Reconsider 'i . Si.-jUf d UAjr - ij ' Your declaration to do without n Winter Coat when you see tho elegant garments we are offering ami Cut ('rice,. This Winto ' weather calls for n Coat and when you can buy at a mcro trifle cornparel to their real value. We have iome fine coals in largo HM-that nro uiunlly hard to get, but thcic go nt CUT PRICKS with tho other. Good time to get tho Children's Cloaks at small cot. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Btanhki), Kv., RoMB . & SON. In town on STANFORD KY. L. R. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin .u moo great bargains in box paper arc belnn closed out to makn room ior nuw stock nt IVnny's Drug Storo. PERSONALS. Geo. D. Fmhibncb was In Cincinnati this week. Mn. L. W. Huciibs was in Louisville Wednesday. Miss Ellen Hallo lasvillo friends. Mim. I.tmiNDA KniTH. U visited Nicho- - GniNSTEAD visited vlsl ted Danvillo friends. "fiov ' of Hrodhoad, M. A. Johnson went to Huntington W. Vs.. Tuesday. mi Sauje Taylor Woods Is with ML Sterling friends. Hevkrley Hout, of Moberly, Mo., is with his parents hero. II. II. Woods attended tho hop nt . Lester O'Hannon. MllicrsburK Thursday night. Mks. J. C. Kuiianks visited her mother in Garrard this week. that Mewa crimes from Louisville Mr. J. K. I'ortman is very III. John C. I'kpplim. Lincoln county's next assessor, has been unite siek. Iliuoi.ss Wootw, of Cincinnati, spent scvural days with his mother here. J. W. IbiYANT anil wife, of Hlchmend. visited her sisters here. Nhh Smith, of Norfolk. Va . visited tho family of his uncle, W. II. Mill MltB. VlltOIL I.HB. of Middlraboro, was with herrnunt, Mrs. Hugh Held Mish Nell Claisk. of tho Hoosicr State, is tho truest of Miss Klia May n. Saunders. Miss Uettib Stephenson and Ste phenson Doxior aro visitim: relatives in J. V. Fields left this wcekforTam pa. Fla., to spend a couple of months with his uncle. Siielton M. SAUKLEY, ot the Frank fort News, joined his wife and son here Christmas day. Dr. J. M. HnoNAUCH. of Lexington, ate Christmas dinnerlwilh his parents at CrablOrchard. Miss Hosa GoLDSTEiN.llwho has a position; In Louisville, camelhomo the flrst of.the holidays. d ill with typhoid fever for is able to sit up some. IloiiN to the wife of Councilman Hen-r- y C. Anderson, a son.f.Thia makes 11 children for him nnd his. Mr. John li. Mkrshon and wife, of S imcrset, spent several days with their diughter. Mrs. A. C. Hill. of Covington, G. A. McKonKRTfl. visited his brother, 11. J. McKobcrts, and family during the holidays. MR3. W. B.Beazlky and children, of Los Angeles, Calif., visited Mr. W. W. Hays and J. L. Heazley this weok. Misa Sophia Alcobn, of the faculty , f the school for tho Deaf at Morgan-toncamelhome for the holi N. Iexini;ton. Walter Singleton, who has been days, days. C and Vic Perkins, of Lyon county, have been Mesdaues Tahitha Peek guests of Mrs.r.Mary:.Peek Turnersvllle section. In tho i traveling, with headquarters at Creal Springs, Ill.,;spent a portion of Christ mas with hla fatberlbero. Mr. J. W. ULANKEN8HIP, of Mercer county, passed through Wednesday on to visit his Ms way toPreacbersyille father, Mr. HenrjIWankenshlp. Hon.;1UrvY IIblm arrived home from Washington City Friday morning. He la In fine health and looks as If hla arduous duties agree with blm. Mr. A. A. Sharp, of Balvlsa, who has beea with the EasTennesseo Tele phone Co. for three years.Jhss gone to Rbv. R. IL Noel had ,'aa his guests this week his three daughters, Mrs. J. U. Woods, of Garrard, and Misses Mary and GertrudeNoel, of Danvillo. , Miss MARY D.CARTBR,ho la teaching In the schooi;forthe Deafest Edge-wooPa., apent'.IChristmas with her parents in the! McCormack'a church section. W. H. Rkady isKconvolescIng from Miss Graco a spell of pneumonia. llrady, his prettyldaughtcr, has managed the storo during his illness and has d, Robert L.::PoflTER, Jn., who la Orlando, done It well. Mlts. S. S. Ualuett, of Mansfield, Ohio, who hasjbeen (visiting Mrs. Ed Martin, was Suddenly called to Knox-vill- e to accompany tbcrUstep-dauchte- r to Sm AWo. Txaa,:for Ue wiotor, that?" Weaken aro making the The boys did not take our advice to Lewis. Dr. T. M. Lewis, who had by presenting them with women happy been in feeblo health for months, died have a sane Christmas, but on the conbeautifur.china plate calendars. Sunday morning, aged 78, and waa bur trary burned up their money in fire Found, on Logan Avenue, a hand-som- e ied in Buffalo cemetery Monday after- works. Several glasses were broken by gold bracelet, bearing initials noon after brief services at the homo tho cannon crackers and sky rockets, plate glass "E. J. S." Claiborno C. Walton. s. Including one of the large Mrs. W. H. of his sister-in-laFor many years Dr. Lewia prac- windows of II. J. Mcltoberta' store. From now until Jan. 1st I will sell It is very probable that the losers by my stock of buggies, etc., at $10 to $15 ticed medicine in Boyle county and he he was regarded as a fine peysictan. Ho the boyish pranks will sue the town for oil of tbo regular prlcoa. E. T. Pence, moved here about 10 years ago and he damages. Jr. in and hia excellent family were among Wanted, to buy a good Lincoln coun- Stanford's best cltirens. For years he At the annual election of Lincoln Lodge No. 60 F. & A. M. Monday night ty farm of the value of $20,000 to The Cash Bargain Store, had been a member of the Christian Address Lock Box 204, Stanford, church and he ao lived as to be ready the following officers were chosen for the ensuing year: J. W. Ireland, Wor Ky. when the final summons came. He waa shipful Master; J. N. Menefee, Senior man and the clever the a If you don't square up Warden; L. S. Stephenson, Junior Warnew year will catch you owing for your poor had in him a true friend. In fact den; Dr. T W. Pennington, Secretary; L. R. HUGHK8,8.&T E. 0. WALTON, home paper. Get busy and avert such tho night waa never to dark nor the George P. Bright, Tyler; J. N. Saun- W. L. M'CARTY.Pres. road too rough for him to answer calls ders, Senior Deacon; E. R. Coleman, a calamity. made by tho needy. Two years ago his The First National Bank has our splendid wife died and the doctor had Junior Deacon; Sam Robinson, thanks for a handy pocket diary. This been on the decline since. He is surpopular Institution is giving these to vived by two daughtors, Misses GeorTHE assessment of Lincoln county by their frienda and patrons as Christmas gia andMargarct Lewis and the follow- magisterial districts, according to Aspresents. ing sons: Messrs. A. A. Lewis, of Cov- sessor W. A. Carson's books, is aa folStanford. Kentucky. ington, John M. Lewis, of Missouri, R. lows: Stanford, $3,4GC, 106; Crab OrchMr. II. F. Martin, who sold his Waynesburg, $305,559; form near Turnersvllle to John J. L. Lewis andJLucicn Lowis, of Oregon, ard, $647,584; Hustonville, $2,069,541. Total $6,578,-79and in theirjloss they have the unboundMoser a few weeks ago, bought of Mr. many frienda. Tho voters are divided aa follows: A. B. McKinney his farm of 170 acres, ed sympathy of their Stocks nud Uouda Farms und Town Proicrty Handled oa Commission. Mr. A. A. Lewis camo to Stanford but Stanford, 1,371; Crab Orchard, 840; just beyond McKinney, at $70. Sold. If you IIuvo Property to Sell or Rent Notify Us, arrived too late for the burial. A largo Waynesburg, 903; Hustonville, 1,191. Write for Circular to Tub aged Mr. Koger died ot the number offloral tributes were sent but Total, 4,305. Mr. Carson found 1,641 home of bis son, W, G. Koger, near several from Covington, including a dogs initio county. This is Assessor McKinney a few days ago. He moved beautiful one sent by Rev. J. W. I(a- - Carson s last year. He has made a to thia eeuntv from Wavne a few years gin and family, came after tho Inter- - capttal assessor and many regret that I ago awl wm m cxMUtflt gRIma. Ut tarn ua expired. ICUMM1N3 A NICE lap robo will make n good Tanner, druggists. Xmas present. J. C. McClary. The social to havo been given at the Another shipment of shoes nt Presbyterian church has been Whites'. Everyone can get n fit. indefinitely postponed. The great Galvnni will boat Walton's Great reduction on tailor-mad- e suits Friday, Dec. 31. and overcoats. See samples Opera House at Adams Bros.' store, Hustonville. Talk with mo boforo buying a and see samplo at my home. T. THE Ladies Aid Society of tho Chris A. Ilrackett, local agent for Standard tian church will meet with Mrs. II. D. Typewriter Exchange, New York. Phillips at 2 o'clock Saturday Mr. W. T. Stone, tho contractor and iMiildcr, put out tobacco in a portion of Yesterday was the coldest day of till garden so that he would havo some tho protracted cold spell, thermometers thing to look after at odd times. Ho registering four degrees below zero Bold hIg ,ittlo crop the otncr (lay for at 5 A. M. R pay o rn,gQ tw weC( ii. Mr. S. L. Uurdette had the mis We desiro to thank from tho depths lortune to slip on the pavement near of grateful hearts our friends nnd Cummins & Wearen's store Christmas neighbors for their goodness to us in EnJ. evo and break an arm. and death of our husband R. Lyon, of Yates Cen- the illness Miss Cauen and father. May His richest blessings Louise Trumro, a little colored girl, ter. Kansas, is visititing her brother, ever be theirs. Mrs. Molllo Nunnelnty wa9 badly burned nbout the faco while Mr. G. C. Lyon, and family, in the starting n fire with coal oil at Squire nnd sons. West End. Georgo P. Uright's home. Rev. W. II. Hopper, of IjuIsville, To taxpayers Lincoln County. 1 nnd Prof. W. O. Hopper, of Mt. Ster- will have to ndvertiso and sell your Mrs. M. J- - Davis, aged SO, died at ling, nro spending Christinas with the property lifter Jan. 1 if your tax is not Crab Orchard of infirmities incident to homefolks hero. paid in order to make my final settle- old age. The burial occurred at LanVe.UK H. Twidwkli. has arrived ment with the State and county. Set-tl- o caster. She left children nnd from Houston, Texas, to bo with his up and savo this expense. T. J. sister, Mrs. Heecher Adams, for tho Hill, sheriff. The great Galvani, who set Stanford . Holidays. Advocate. THE Christmas entertainment nt the wild with his remarkable feats of hypRev. A A. Higginh, of Glasgow, and Miw Mary Higgins, who is teach- Graded School was well attended nnd notism, will be at Walton's Opera Friday, Dec. 31. Ading music at Somerset, spent Xmas most enjoyable from first to last. All House of those who took part aro deserving of mission, ISc, 2c, 35c with tho homefolks hero. . d ii Missus Josephine and Nell War- congratulation. The tenchers who The Junction City Maccabees will them have tho thanks of both the Ga., and Ashby ren, of Cavo Spring, give an oyster supper nnd dance at Warren, of Louisville, spent a portion pupils and parents. Friday. Oysters their hall of Xmas with the homefolks. WILL Yager won tho pig offered by served in any style for 25c. The dancplace, Mr S. D. Hartley, of this Superintendent J. II. McAhster, of tho ers will bo charged COc per couple. has been chosen to deliver the chief ad- Christian church Sunday School, to the Those who do not dance will pay 25c address at the Commercial Travelers' As- pupil who attended most regularly dur mission to the ball room. sociation to bu held in Louisville to- ing the six months from July 1. A Ok the once largo and flourishing night. Mrs. Hartley will accompany number had not missed a Sunday and lodge of Knights of Honor here there her husband to tho Falls City. young Yager won by lot. remain only four members Messrs. LOCALS. The Lincoln County National Bank is John J. McRnbcrts, George D. Hopper, giving its customers and friends hand Gearge D. Wearen nnd A. C. Sine. Galvani some calendars, bearing a splendid steel Tho rate of .insurance has advanced so The that many havo dropped out. Gold medal flour at George D, Hop engraving of the old court-housper'a. picture will be preserved hy many Lia Morris. Mrs. Buck Morris died, at coin county people who had gazed on Vaudeville each night at Thea- - tho old "slink" for years and had rath- her home in the Hubble section of consumption and was buried at Lancaster torium. er a kindly feeling for It. Saturday, after funeral services at the New lino of fancy ginghams, calicoes r. SqUlRE Ppillips. a white man nged church at Hubble by Rev. F. M. etc., nt White's store. Mrs. Morris is survived by her about 38, sawed out of jail Friday Wanted To Rent. A house of six night and skipped out. He was indict- husband and several children, t ed nt the last term of court for having or seven rooms. W. W. White. The Lincoln County National Bank knowledge of a girl under 16 years. D. Wearen, the Insurance Phillips was caught in Indiana by Cupt. declared a dividend of 3 per cent, and Jesse man, has our thanks for a useful calen Thomas Helm, of Danville, who got carried $3,000 to tho surplus. The First National Bank declared a 3 per dar. $200 reward, offered by tho State. cent, dividend, paid expenses and Mistaking "Poke" Barnes for n taxes, reduced premium $500 and set lv words fail, send a box of Dolly Shugara & Tan- - burglar, Mr. Will Monks, of Crab aside $500 to meet future taxes. Vardcn chocolates. ner. Orchard, fired at him with a shot gun Howard Camnitz, of Hustonville, is and three shot entered his back, inflictlooking for fresh oysters now tho champion pitcher of the United If you aro ing a painful, though not serious, which means the world as well. and celery go to J. D. Uorton's wound. Barnes, who had been indulg- States, ing in the Christmas festivities, got Ho has just been presented with a Pay your account at Adams Bros'., into tho Monks' home, thinking it was handsome diamond pin by the National Hustonville, and you will be more pros- his own and ho failed to answer when League of Base Ball Clubs for winning championship. Great Indeed is perous during the year. the head of tho house called out "who's the Camnltz. t. typo-writer, n, A. MrKlNNKY, of Louisville, was up Christmas day. Mus. Limiurn Goocii has been visit-inMrs Henry C. Anderson. Mrs. T. F. Spink and children, of Colesburg, visited her sisters here. Thomas Union r ts spending Christmas In Cinclnnuti with John Downer. MRS. IKE riilLLiPS nnd daughter, Louise, spent several dajs with Lexington relatives. Miss Mattik Lee Huiiiilk came homo from lluinillou College, Lexington, for Christina. EitNEbT UoiioN Campuell and wife spent u ortion of Christmas with her mother ut Lancaster. Ueohqb G. Parsons, who is miller for llucker, of Paint Lick, spent a few duja with his mother. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mount, of Itocky Mount, N. C , spent Xmas win. relatives hero nnd nt Lancaster. Mrs. W. M. Poyntkr, or Mt. ver-nohas been tho guest of her daughter, Mrs. K. E. Thompson, of tho East Mil. A g THE Grnded School will reconvene Diamond culT buttons nt cost until Monday next, Jan. 3rd, after a week's Jan. 2. W. II. Mueller. Goons delivered anywhere short notice. W. W. White. holiday. Mrs. J. W. Alcorn drew the handsome doll given away by Shugara & A Happy New vear. We desire to thank our friends and patrons for the business given us during the year, 1909, and solicit a continuance of the same for 1910. We handle goods of quality and our prices are always right. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ,. t, pre-pire- USEFUL GIFTS. Don't lor the sake of being over nice buy useless things as gifts for the HOLIDAYS. them. Often he laughs at the gift and its giver. Buy Articles of Service anil Utility for with them nlone do you do act of good graco and only by them are you gratefully remembered. See what we have to otter, then select. t. They don't "show up" well a week after you have givea aa Tin-de- W. M. G. . PERKINS, J. W. ACTON. Crab Orchard, Ky. IURHIY. WINTER GOODS! Winter is now upon and it will pay you to look through our stock befor buying. Tho best felt aud over combination, former price $3.50, nuw 93.15. A regnlar S3 felt and overs 82.75, 82.50 for 82.25. A full line of Mesa', Ladies', Misses nnd Hoys' Rubbers. Men's extra Heavy double frWt Overalls, 94c. A full line of solid leather Shoes for all members of thu &uilj. Remember we carry a nice lino of Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Cape, Pasts, Dec. 10, subject Groceries, QuccnBware, Hardware, Etc.. and quote to market fluctuations: Best Patent Flour 87c for 24 pounds; 2nd patent. 82c, Arbucklcs' Codec 15c pound; Baking Powder 4c; Soda 4c pneltct aad 2 pounds of keg soda for 5c;Mutches 4c box; fireproof standard oil 12c gaHoa or Indian Refining Oil at same price. We still havo plenty of Ohio river salt, barrels, at 81.50. Eggs, 28c. to-da280-poun- d & Hig-gin- MURPHY A ACTON, $30,-00- 0. Kings Mountain Hy. kind-hearte- Stanford Real Estate Co., 3. L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford Ky. J "i ' T The Interior Journal. WMertUnti wmd-cUmatter. m PoH-Of- FARMER'S Sixty-nin- e D1PARTMIHT. FARM FM SALE OR KNT. al Stanford a L. N. TIWE THBLE No. il, Honth, mr. No. W, Honth, 10:14 A No. II, North, :M A. No. , North, 6:4 r. NO.T7, M. St. good, young ewes for sale at a bargain at once. C. K. MeClare, Moretand. A basket of bright Hurley tobacco be longing to Dr. S. H. Halley, of Fayetto county, Bold at 30c on the Lexington No.K.IMOiMt 10:A. H. K. M. JOS. 8. RICE, Agent. Tho pool contained 3,000,000 pounds. For Sale. -- 20 extra nice yearling Surgeon cattle, a pair of mare mules, KENTUCKY. three and four years old, and a pair of STANFORD. John G horse mules, fat. Offce over McRoberV Drug Store in Lynn, Hustonville. the Owsley Building. 1 HAVE an wagon team wagon for sale. Also a horse for sale; or I will trade him for a crood driving horse. This horse will good one. 0 IJncolu Lodge No. to F. 4 A. M. will me t weigh about 1,500 and a In stated cnraniunicntlon on each flrt nnd D. Carter. third Mondnjr nights of cbcIi month, nt 7:30 Jkl. F. Lawrcnco has lost five cattle sireoet, viocKiaineir naiionninin lodges nre Member ot alster lately. One fell over a clilT and broke Invited to be present. T. W. Its neck, another broke Its leg and had Hoe. to be shot, two were turned on a stalk field and died and a valuable milk cow your menaure tnken liya tnllorof ex- died Just after giving birth to a calf. perience. Then your clotbea, whether low Lancaster COURT. There were price nuainesa tun or me nnesi evening clothe, will hnve thnt Individuality and (It about 150 cattle on the market at Lanwblch plainly lndlcnte they were made to your measure, i will aiao lane your mens-Tir- e caster Monday, tho best selling at 4Jc. for extra trousers, fancy vesta, top Some steers sold as low as 4c. Butchcoata and overcoats. Kail and winter ample on hand ready for your Inspection. er stuff was in demand at 3c to 3jc. H.O. RUl'LEV.TheTallor. Heifers sold at 3J to 4c. The mule marHtanford, KT. ket was active. Hughes & Swinebrond sold to T. B. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! Robinson, for J. T. Pope, his farm of 1 can furnish the public with the beat, aa veil as the freaheitotcut flowera, plants of 130 acres, two miles East of Lancaster, all kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on abort at $75. J. Wade Walker killed one hog otlee. Also mnke a specialty of wreath lor for funeral puriosea. that weighed 700 pounds, from which in connection with the above, I have all xlnds of vegetables on hand at reasonable he made 25 gallons of lard, made 83 prices. " pounds of sausage, and the hams after OHKI8TMAN (IKKBN HOU8E8. being trimmed closely weighed 50 Kn UunnAitn, 1'boii. Ky. pounds each. Htanford, Central Record. Bargain. 354 good land, and Tobacco which 100 acres isacres of land, eight-roo-of bottom dwelling, two good stock barns, new tobacco barn, 3Gx9C, Ice house, Nothing But hi buggy house, two com cribs, etc., two good cisterns, the whole farm being well watered, well fenced and lays The Insurance Min. , well. Will sell as a whole or cut 200 A. S. PRICE, Dentist, market. W. P. Kincald bought F. Reld's crop of tobacco, about 15,000 pounds, at 15c. He has bought over 1,000,000 pounds of tobacco this year. The pooled tobacco of Warrick and Spencer counties, Indiana, has been sold at a price averaging 81 cents, ana neighbor! for ear nursery Oantalna 1M acres, host tobacco land In stock. It Is careful selected, clean, thrifty the county, lKmllra from MoKlnney. Will and well grown, l'rloea are reasonable. Atf-sell or rent, lias two dwellings, one of four dress Kings Mountain, Lincoln Co., Ky. rooms and the other of two rooma. Two orchards of nearly Bno treea. Tobacco liarn oi touncco eneapeai that will hold 10 acresprice. farm In Kentneky at O. n. nilAWNKR, MoKlnney, Ky. . nnaitnpvxAtlaita. h( .n necessary outbuildings. ii.i contains one l.ot cow loionwmon is roomy siiiu anni into imrn, uugKy nouso, corn crni, etc tloou in n ur.iraoi pince, iniHoii pm . Whltln- - ain.l Mill-- . located on rornfip nfill. a. ii. itoi.T7.oi.AW, Htanford, Ky.; Furniture auil Undertaking. "" NOT1QE ! inn patronage otnamr friend home-grow- n RUBBERS. We have a complete stock of the fa- HOME FOR SALEI TRIBBLE & PENCE, Day Phono 28. Night Phone 13.1. -., mous SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENf NEEMNG. I- lGJ-han- d .Stanford, KentucKy; :BALL BAND." Such as the "Ladies' Storm Rubber." d eight-year-o- ld Farms for Sale! Farm I. I am prepared todo all kinds of surveying and civil engineering promptly. My work will be guaranteed and my prices are reasonable. Write me at McKlnney or call me over the telephone through the HustonTllle 17 n9 .r. m 9 MASON'S MEET. ld WAIifKIlMoKINNKY. mnn-tord.K- Fail anoVWinter Stock. JIt place, urn. 1117 unnu mis .lommiir zn, lieu independent Telephone 11. K. 1. mail paas place, S mile from pubiv. TOM HAItltlH. One brick house, slate roof, all rooms fresco (minted, cellar under whole house, llrtck outbuild- Fruit And Ornamantal ! ings, an orchard containing H) fruit trees. koou vineyard, one larite cnu e imrn. uovu. one horse burn, 88ho. a largo granery nnd e all In good condition. Land Is all Kterythlng for Orohard, Lawn anJCHar-delevel with good drainage, II acres itandlng Catalogue on Application. tlmlxT.M acres on which timber waa removed the past thrro yenrs la now In good pasNo Agents. ture, balance of land In cultivation. The buildings on thla farm could not be replaced for IJD.UD. There has been harvested thla H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS, year SO bushels of wheat to an acre nnd 60 bushels corn to an acre. Our price on this Ky. farm is tVU). lic school and churcties. We have Ihp following fnrms lor ante, These farms have l'en bought by us for the You standing; timber. We hnve no use for the wm, are hereby notified that Tom Harris,y i. iiuwconum'u in me mate pcnitenti-arfarms mm ww sou tnem on easy payments for shooting: one flavins (Jreer. will make application to the Htate Hoard of No, Prison Commissioners at Krank fort, Ky., liuncres. !l mile from Morris, three mile on the Tlh day of lieceintier, lino, from IlntesTllte on n free grael road plk. for Tuesday, from said Penitentiary, Wit- n l'arole pnsws NOTICE! Arctics, Men s and Boys' Felts. Arctic Rubber Boots and Overshoes. Prices from 50c to $4. Trut Come In And Sec Our Large A Line. Quality-'T- he .Best Balf Band." Lexington, fesumjobacco ami. Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, STANFORD, KY. Residence I'lione 88: Office, 96. . .9 a u., t n .1, Kin. w unit: ithi... .v- - ,jv,i, f..l .. w f.i nvir,, miles from Knochsburg, !!, miles from UntesWUe, Ind. OneB-rooirame houMt large barn, granery nnd tool bouse. This was used on land is rolling, a every part of tho laud, Uncres of good creek oouom, ro acres now in suinuing iimoer. .hj acres wheat sown and In soou condition. Tbls farm will raise pood tobacco, corn and wneai. Our price on this farm Is tljiO nnd we reserve all standing timber over IS Inches on stump It Inches from ground. 1 Farm V.wm.1 . ml la. f No. 2. ... REWARD. Having suffered considerable annoyance and damage from outlaws. In breaking gate aiciiea ana tearing uown ami destroying my gatea, on the county road tbat rtuia through my farm, I have concluded to offer a re aril for Information lending to the conxlctlon of such tieraon or imrsons. I will therefore give the sum of p) for infor tunium ir.uiiix iu me arrest aim conviction of any party or Parties, that liava broken the latches on any ol my gates.or thnt have sawed down or torn down any of my gntes on the county road which runs from the Hustonville turnpike to the Mllleitgevllle turnpike, through my farm; nnd I will give tho same amount for information leading to the nrrest and conviction of any purty ur (Dirties who in the future commit any ol the above offenses. Witness my band tbls 10th dny of August, 10V. SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD.1KY. m Insure with rue and be fully protected. CONCRETING "We are In position to do all klnda of tlrst-claa- acres with improvements, chaser, which includes 100 bottom land as there is in This is a bargain. See L. SUnford, Ky. HUBBLE. S. P. Sloan sold Banks barrels of corn at 13. to suit pur acres as fine .100 acres, Farm No. 4 four miles from Metamom. alx the county, miles from llrookvllle.rountyseator Krank- R. Hughes, 151 acres, la) a 1 mile from llaymond.lnd.. which hnsn public school, Unthollc church and Methodist churcb, four and n half miles from Morris, u rnllroad station. A frame house and nood barn and urunery. Tbls land Is rolling nnd all lias been under cultivation, some oottom grounu, goon fences around entire farm. HUty acres standing timber. Tbla farm will mnke a good tobacco farm nnd will rnlm. wheat and corn. Our price la U.SUX Farm No. 3 New Stock of Oliver Plows at T.J II 1 1. 1.. Mil. NOTICE! ' Property, Everything, Everywhere. Light ning, Fire, Tornado, Life, Live Stock, Health and Accident, Plate Glass, Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid withoutjldis-coun- t. bacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Hudson 400 concreting, aucn as Mock Work, Pavements and. In fact, we can make any thing from Dr. Pearce gave the children of the aocue down to a fence post. We can serve yen promptly and guarantee a work and material. Call and get our prices Methodist church a nice treat Sunday before you buy your material at least. Mrs. Maggie Morris, wife of David Morris, died Friday. Funeral services were held at the Christian church by Rev. F. M. Tinder Christmas day. ua. Stanford, Ky. Frank Sloan is at home from Berea College, spending Christmas with his parents. Leslie Sloan, G. W. Givens, Sam and James Harris went to Lexington Friday. Misses Jessie and Jean McKechnie are at home college at ParMAHOINY is. Squire T. Roberts and wife To- to BrodheadJ.to spend Xmas with went relatives. 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 Nannie Sloan will go to Berea next week to enter school. Miss Maud Shearer was up from Frazure to attend the funeral of her lister, Mrs. Morris. J. . McKechnie visited his uncle, J. N. Sloan, at Bryantsville. D. F. Rankin is back from Odessa, Ga. PHILLIPS BROS., ltn county. Tbla farm la rolling land, ST.i acres new croima on wnicn limner nits ixvn removed in ree years, inrw large tobacco farms. S good frame dwelling homes and other bulldlnes. There was two crons of to bacco raised on this farm the past two years quality and quantity was llrst class. It you nre Interested In this farm write us and we will git eyou additional Information. We expect to aell nil of the utxne farms da) a. We will furnish within the next abstract abowlns clear title and can Ele possession of any of the iboe farms. Our term are ;i casn, nainnce iu yearly payments, secured bv mortfface with nor cent. Interest. Ilatea llle Is located on the Chicago Dhlston of the O.O. O. A Bt. L. railroad, 60 miles front Cincinnati. O., nnd no miles from Indianapolis, Ind cnll on ua und we will abow you these luitiH or write A 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, Hustonville, Ky W. H. HIGG1NS, The Hillenbrand Co., BatesHt)e. Ind. INSURANCE. R. B. Stanford, Kentucky. Insures Tobacco, Bring Your Printing To Forced Into Exile. Wm. Unchurch of Glen Oak, Okla., was an exile from homo. Mountain air, be thought, would cure a frlghtfu cough that had defied all remedies for two years. After six lung-rackin- g Ir. Snoop's UouUcne Tablet coaxal blood pressure away Iron, pain centers. It effect Is charming, pleasingly delightful. Gently though ssasly.ltiartlyeQuaUaM the blood drcu. latlon. II you hare a headache. It'i blood pressor. It It's painful periods with women, aim rata. II you are sleepless, restless. Dermis, It'a blood congestion blood pressure. That surely la a certainty, for Dr. Shoop'a Headache Tablets stop It in a) minutes, and the tablet limply dlttrlbuU) the unnatural blood pressure. Bruise your finger, and doesn't It get red. and wall, and pain your OI court It doe. It'a blood pressure. You'll Cod It where piia w .M.,... .. . ..Miyij vmiimwi n.niwi. WeasUatSS ceou.nd cheerfully ret Ada in the head pain anywhara, has It cmotsv rain It conoaUou, pain U blood pressure nothing says l)r. le usually.baaAt least, solittle pink Bhoop. and to crtaled a tablet. Thai Cots It h. PAIN CIk Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Capital, Surplus, Resources, 8: H. SHANKS. J. B. PAXTON, PRESIDENT- - $50,000.00 40,000.00 340,000.00 W.IM. BRIGHT, CASHIER, J. W. ROCHESTER, AS3T. CASH H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER, CLERK. J,L.Beazley&Co., p BBVSSSSSSSSSBjsHB. ssBCSj Usdei Users and Embalm n. Also Dealers in They will exchange Furniture ior ail Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. JPrices Right months he returned, death dogging his steps. "Then I began tousoDr. King's New Discovery," bo writes, "and after taking six bottles I ant as well as ever." It saves thousands yearly (roro desperate lung diseases. Infallible for Coughs and Colds, it dispels Hoarsenes and Sore Throat. Cures Grip, Bronchitis, Hemorrhages, Asthma, Croup, Whooping Cough. 50c and 31, trial bottle free, guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. After beating their victim's brains out with a heavy hammer and robbing the deid body of $15, unknown thugs poured coal oil over the body of Isaac Toops, a Negro, of Fulton, and set fire t J the saturated garments In a vain attempt to conceal tho evidence of the crime by cremation. well-to-do Headache Tablets PENNY'S STORE DRUG Dr. Shoop'a OIREOTOR31 The J. B. HENRY INTERIOR JOURNAL Office WATTERSON'S PAPER Weekly Courier Journal -- Owaley, Stanford; S. II. Shank, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanforl . j TaUh 11 C........ uuuu u. rwwr, Cl... !?...!. fir , 11. ot f. oiamoru; 1. r nan- oumiuiu, i? IT ouauita, o. J. kin, Lancaster, J. 11. Paxton, Stanfonl; W. II. Traylor, GilberU Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; V. II. Cummins, Prcachersvillc; Lilburn Gooch. Gilbcrta Creek. 1 ' - - - The Wintry Blasts mm 4aUsHas:aBBBWv May .Come, And the Rain and Snow Full, but your btock will keep wurni iu STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. at C. AicClary, A Scolded Boy's Shrieks .AND. fwr Wl 'ir ac"VStfw horrlHol his grandmother, Mrs, Maria Taylor, of Kebo, Ky., who writes that, when all thought he would die, Buck-len- 's Arnica Salvo wholly cured him. Infallible for Burns, Scalds, Cuts, Corns, Wounds, Bruises. Cures -Sores, Bolls, Skin Krupttons, Chilblains, Chapped Hands. Soon routs Piles. iVJc at Penny's Drug Stote. Fever- Nunncllcy's New Stock Yards Plenty ol Covered and Water, Peng Best A The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR and Feed Court Day, licet market ia tho State. So bring them on. occonu oiouuay. 1. ai. ihutci:, Assistant. Work Lowest Prices ONLY $1.50 I'ew people In tee (Jutted States have not l. beard of the Democratic In all thlugs, fair In all things, cleao In all things, It Is essentially a family paper. Iy a special arrangement wa are enabled to of. L fertbeWKEKLV one jearand thla paper (or the price named above. Hand your subscription for the com. bloittoa to ua not tc the Oourler-Jou- r Courter-JouruaOOUUIBB-OUKNA- Stealer in.Harness, Saddler; , STANFORD, MMfbon;i7. KY Home Pbon II. ndertaker. Embalmer ard Andrew Carnegie fell while walking in Central Park, New York, and was painfully hurt. Pains of rfomeu, head pains, or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with Dr. Snoop's Pink Pain Tablets. See full formula on 25o box. Sold by Penny's Drug Store.' MR FARMER: Make your home us modern for vour family ui a city residence, ami place yourself iu u ixisitlou to cot tho latent market nuotation at any time. This cad bo uccomtilUhcd by uieaus of out tclcnhouo service, which you and your neighbors can get fur u sum that U small compared with tho benefits received. Oil I or uddreii our nearest ollico or write direet to headiiuarters, Nashvillo, Tenn., for informttioti regarding our special "Farmers' Lino" rate. If you tiro noWat prosont oujoyuii! telenhouo service, wo ecu iiuuieutuiuiy luierust you. uur iiuet cover me oiaiej oi jveiuuoKy, Teunessco, Miesiuiiipi, LouUimin and the S)utli3rn' of ludiana aai Uliuow, EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. (INCOUfOKATKP) RURAL TELEPHONES. it