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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l I I It THE INTERIOR JOURNAL a t 1 I i I p to iCOL XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 4 1910 KO 891 PREACHERSVILLE Wo hope Congressman Helm can pro vail on our Uncle Sam to give Stanford a Federal building Tie a pity he isnt favorable to the parcels post legisla tionJohn Rlgaby Jr has just returned from a trading expedition to Casey where ho bought a large drove of stock of all kinds If John keeps on ho will be a hustler Menofee Elmore has at last succeed ed in capturing his wild holt which we mentioned In a recent itaue The sev erity of the weather Is supposed to have tamed It as it was easily caught John Dell and wife gavo a delightful social a few nights ago which was en joyed greatly by all present Your cor respondent was present and had the biggest time ever Mrs Ona Naylor and Mr and Mrs i Fado Parks were guests of Mr and c Mrs J M Lunsford Christmas day The table fairly groaned under its load of good things and the way yours truly tilled up was a caution Mr J B Parks a farmer living in Garrard had the misfortune to fall and dislocate his hip while driving hogs In trying to retain his feel ho fell a sec ond limo and rolled down the hill into a considerableiwater Ills son who was present was unable to get his father out in his Injured condition and hall to call assist ance Mr Parka is in a very danger ous condition Fada Parks our miller is a 101of the senior arksIThe Baptist Sundayschool gave an entertainment which consisted of dialogue spetches und songs very cred itably rendered Friday afternoon A great deal of credit Is due Miss Ilinda Pettus and MM F F Cummins for their painstaking drilling of the pupils 1and frequent rnhearials of the exer cues After the exhibition was over u nice wellloaded Christmas tree held the attention of the crowd and made many hearts glad Santa Claus was present and strange to say seems to get greener as he gets older Miss fettle Carpenter has been visiting Mrs Tom Howard at Lancaster B T Lunsford and wife visited Mr and Mrs J M Lunsford Miss Sarah Howard spent Christmas with Mt Vcr non friends Mr and Mrs Henderson of Lowell were at John Williams Mrs Mattio Brcedlovtf of Goshen was visiting her mother Mrs Levi nell Miss Rebecca Williams of Knoxville visited Mr and Mrs John Williams Mrs Frank Lykins who has been sick eo long is now fully restored to health thanks to the skill of the Drs Gibson y ofRichmondMr Gastineau aged 21 of 4ncar Hyattavllle and Miss Alpha Nay lor 21 of this place celebrated Christ mss day by driving to Lancaster and being united In marriage by Rev F M Tinder Mr Gastineau Is a son of Mrs Mary Gastineau and is said to bee It fine young man In every respect while his bride Is the third daughter of Mr and Mrs John Naylor and is quite attractive and much admired by all who know her The bride who was dressed very becomingly In blue never located lovllcr than on her wedding num We extend our best wishes to the happy couple and sincerely hope they may never know sorrow Mr and Mrs Gastineau will begin house keeping Jan 1 near Hyattsville where they will be at homo to their many friends Rills ewoi 20Years IIfhe most merciless enemy I had for 20 years declares Mrs Jamos Duncan of Haynesvlllo Mo was Dyspepsia I suffered intensely after eating or drinking and could scarcely alocp After many remedies had fail ed and sev oral doctors gavo me up I tried Electric Hitters which cured me completely Now I can eat anything 1am iO years old and am overjoyed to get my health and strength back ForlndigestloaLossofAp i again petite Kidney Trouble Lame Back Female Complaints Its unequaled Only 50o at Pennys Drug Store Bonner county Idaho has tho long est wagon bridge in tho world the structure now being constructed across the Pend Orelllo River near Pend Oreilie Lake being more than two miles long The bridge was commenced almost two years ago and has cost tho county about 160000 part of this being raised by subscription among the far mers on the North side of the river and business men of Sandpolnt Dilligent search by many private de tectives aided by the police of Phila delphia New York and other Eastern cities failed to disclose u clow as to tho whereabouts of Roberta Da Janon the IG yoar old heiress and Ferdinand Cohen a waiter at tho BellevueStrat ford Hotel in Philadelphia who are be lIoved to have disappeared together last Wednesday Mrs Georgo C Rue a wellknown I Danville lady is dead I C D Hocker of tho Show State Pens a Few Lines MeI GuiLFORD Mo Dec 28 Enclosed find draft for 2 to applYon my Indebt edness to the INTERIOR JOURNAL What have you down In Kentucky in the way of weather In North West Missouri we are having real winter and have had since the 4th of this month at which time everything froze up which is not usually the case even in this section It has not been extreme ly cold about eight below zero being as low as the thermometer has register ed but It has hovered around zero frequently during the month Been snowing about twice u week for the lust three weeks yet wo havent but about eight Inches of snow on n level Now to you people down in old Kentuck a solid month of winter In December imagine sounds like rather a hard prop osition but the works of nature are so arranged that it never causes anything to occur so bad but what It could be worse and very often there is some thing good comes of It lo this Instance the sleighing and skating Is simply well Ill just say hugo If you doubt It just ask Rev Pat Davies when you see him Pat has been preaching for the Methodists hero during the cold poll I think he lives near Danville or at least ho seems to be familiar about Danville and Stanford By the way we are utilizing other Kentucky products as preachers and teachers The regular preacher who now has charge of tho South Methodist congre gallon at Guilford is a Kentuckian from Russcllvillc Rev Randolph Rev Ward of the First Baptist church of Maryville our county seat is another Kentuckian If I am not mistaken ho married a sister of George S McKin neya wife They were daughters of old Uncle Billy Fair Last but not least comes Dr II K Taylor president of our State Normal School located at Maryville lie is from Winchester Ky and seems to be taking well with the people here Would write more but am liable to get Into politics and I dont know enough to talk politics since Missouri went back on Bryan A merry Christmas and happy new year to you and your many readers C D HOCKER Here and There Tho plant of the Kcneaaw Marblo Co located at Marietta Ga was destroyed by fire The loss Is estimated at 150000 partly covered by insur ance F H Jermyn reported to be one of the wealthiest coal mine operators in the United States was struck and propably fatally injured by a street car in San Francisco- A headon collision between two lim ited cars on the terre Haute Indianapolis Si Eastern Traction Railroad near Greenfield Ind resulted in serious in jury to five persons A rainfall so heavy as to amount almost to a cloudburst marked tho dawn at the new year in Los Angeles and vi- cInity Landslides in Cajon Pass tied up transcontinental trains on tho Santa Fe and Salt Lake lines Attorney General McCarn of Nash villA has prepared and is now having served 150 warrants In that city and county charging violations of tho four mile liquor law and tippling without li cense The warrants are returnable before tho magistrates of the county The fourth of a series of similar outrages which have occurred in tho same vicinity in tho last three yoars was re vealed Saturday when tho body of Miss Anna Lloyd was found by two boys In alonely part of Cincinnati Miss Lloyd had been attacked gagged and her throat cut Tho snow in the neighbor hood showed that a struggle had oc curred before tho woman was over come Judgo John S Voris a prominent at torney of Georgetown was found dead in his office Saturday lie was attired in a dress suit in which ho had deliver ed a toast at a dinnerof the Georgetown Commercial Club tho night before A bullet holo was in his temple Ho had been missing from his boarding house all the day before L w- Dont drug tho stomach or stimulato the heart or kidneys That Ins VrongI It is tho weak nerves that are i tog out for bolp Vitalize these weak in sldo controlling nerves With Dr Shoops restorative and sen 1tuwI quickly good health will come to you again Test It and seel Sold by Pen nys Drug StorecCrazed by drink GroverVancleve ofI LaRuo county cut tho throat of his 22c yearold son and the young man died several hours later The father It is thought will lose his mind over the trouble r If you own a Hyomci Inhaler Pen ny will sell you a bottle of Hyomei II quid for only 50 cents Guaranteed to cure catarrh and all throat troubles or money rack Complete outfit 1 I c 1 NEWS NOTES Herman U Kohlsatt has acquired control of the Chicago RecordHerald Frank B Smith a Plttaburg million aire dropped dead of Apoplexy there Mrs Russell Sago has given to Yale University 650000 with which to buy a 35acro park Tho law forbidding the manufacture of intoxicating beverages went into effect in Tennessee The Pittsburg Baseball Association has rented the WhIttington ball bark ct Hot Springs Ark for practice Ten deaths from cold were reported in New York in one day last week The mercury ranged from six to ten below during the day An agreement to arbitrate the dis pute between the telegraphers and the management of the Big pour railway was reached in Cincinnati Mrs Pearl Armstrong charge with the murder of her husband George Armstrong was bound over to tho grand jury without bond in New Al bany It was officially announced that Mrs Charles P Taft of Cincinnati had purchased the grounds of the Phlladel phi National League Baseball Club from John I Rogers and A J Reach Ray Lamphere slayer of Mrs Bello Gunness and her children at Laporte Ind died of tuberculosis the Michi gan City penitentiary where he was serving an Indeterminate term for ar sonIn the village of Santa Claus near Indianapolis two children were burned to death Their mother found their blackened writhing little bodies a few minutes before they died in a room where she had left them playing an hour before The will of the late James W Friend of Pittsburg probated 8isposes of on estate of 1000000 onethird going to his widow Martha A Friend and tho remaining portion equally divided between the testators four children There were no charitable bequests Bundled into an automobile Mrs Caroline Martin mother of Mrs Ocey Snead the bathtub victim and Mrs I Mary Snead were taken away from the Tombs prison to Newark N J where they aro under indictment on charges of causing the death of Mrs Ocey Snead Former President Zelaya of Nicaragua who has found refuge In Mexico called upon President Diaz at the national palace Zelaya said that UeIobject of his visit was to express thanks for the courtesies he had receiv ed fJom the officials of Mexico There was little ceremony Five men who intended to rob the three banks and tho postoffice at Har- rah Okla ran into a posse headed by United States Marshal Jack Aber nathy As a result two of the bandita aro dead one is in jail at Guthrio wounded and two suspects are in jail at Oklahoma City Mrs Pearl Goode a handsome young woman 30 years of age in accordance with a decision of the Criminal Court of Appeals of Texas affirming tho action of tho lower court will be sent to tho penitentiary to serve a sentence of 25 years on a charge of complicity in the murder of her husband What apparently is a murder mystery was presented to the police of Atlanta by tho finding of a head of a white man evidently freshly cut from tho body in a trash bucket in ono of tho halls of the Prudential building one ol the largo office structures in the bust ness nectlon of that city Three persons two of whom wero women were killed and at least 45 in jured some probably fatally when tho California Special on tho Rock Is land railroad jumped tho track near Trenton Mo Only two carslrcmainec on the track The others quickly burned The causo of tho accident was said to be spreading rails Attorney Martin W Littleton con vinced Charles W Morse tho convict ed president of the Bank of North America of tho utter futility of any further attempt to escape the sentence of the court and Morse has been placed in the Federal prison in Atlantajto com menco the service of his 15year sen tence Ho was accompanied on his trip South by his wife andtwo sons A physician who claims to bo a per sonal friend of Dr Cook but who refused to allow his name to bo made public says thattie had received a letter from the missing explorer who he says 13 at a camp owned by Geo Row toy In Laurentide Inn Lake St John district Dr Cook ho said was in ex cellent health and determined to stay away from civilization till tho polar controversy was straightened out j Y Girls Are Victims of headache as well as older women but all get quick relief and prompt cure from Dr Kings New Lifo Pills I the worlds best remedy for sick and nervous headaches They make pure- blood and strong uerves and build up your health Try them 25o at Pennys Drug Store I Z eM1Ntej I PRICES CUTI Iiit11 i- 9f f OVERCOATS i a I I + i f t ft Call And See 1 t J 1 x y fle i A 2 I 1 ISTANFORD KENTUCKY if4 4 + aeteerleeeeeFeePeleeleeRe Al444444w44r4w444444444w44444 4 SeAet44444dCVQfVVf4d44a4Nf4rfV PP MeR1Ie 11 R1ePpReAPPat IN MEMORIAM Alvin Koger McKinney Ky was born Feb 11 1820 and died Dec 27 1909 He was a consistent member of the Baptist church a great part of his life He lived a blameless life from youth It was my pleasure to min with those who knew all about him I never heard a censure against him concerning his religious or business life He married Miss Sallie Lovelace who died about 30 years ago in tho trl umphs of faith After his son George married he united with him in house keeping aud remained with him until his death His whole life was spent in Wayne county except two years and a few months He had been a farmer all his life and a prosperous one He has been a farmer all his life and a pros perous one lie was well pleased with the new home near McKinney where he ended his pilgrimage in this world The 11th of February next he would have been 90 years of age Ho often prayed that his last days might be his best days and that he might die in his right mind He often said that all he feared of death was its sting Though he did not presume to pray for a pain less death he appeared to pass away as peacefully as an infant going to sleep on its mothers breast Christmas night a little after 12 oclock ho told us ho was dying and about daylight he said distinctly Bless the Lord bless the name of the Lord and continued in a state of ecstacy for some time re peating these words of praise gazing upward with happy smiles He re mained in a conscious condition until 2 o clock Monday evening breathing regu larly until the I was with him during his last illness and never in my life did I witness such a peaceful death His life and death have been a blessing to all who know him So it may be said of Brother KogeriHo being dead yet speaketh Of Let us pray that we may die the death of tho righteous and that our end may be like his T H HANCOCK S Gen Estrada remains firm in his de termination not to recognize the Mad riz government in Nicaragua Ho holds that tho election of tho latter by Cam gress was illegal Zelaya is receiving royal treatment in Mexico City Amer- Icans are feeding Nicaraguan prisoners at Bluefields The cleverest Imitation of rcalcolTco ever yet made Is Dr Shoops Health Coffee It is fine lu flavor andjlls mado In Just one minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes bolllag Made from pure parched gfalns malt nuts etc Sample free Pennys Drug Store I An offer to purchase the steamer Roosevelt in which Commander Peary made his last trip to the Arctic regions preparatory to his dash to theJlNorth Pole has been declined by theHTreasu ry Department Xmas Goods I I We will show you tho nicest line of Xmas goods from all the foreign patteries ever shown here Dinner Ware Novelties BricaBrac and Coot munity Silverware Carving Sets and otherjtluags too numerous to mention fCome and see us noel you will agreejwitli us 1 GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKYa ORGANIZED IN 1882 J CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HASJPAIDJIN DIVIDENDS 216500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICERS I S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier H O Baughman Asst Cashr W W Saunders Bookkeeper DIRECTORS F Reid J H Daughman M D Elmore J M Petlus H C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson W li OBannon J S Hocker C E Tats =c H B NORTHCOTT 3t Dealer inI i Live and Dressed Poultry Eggs Ice Coals Wool Hides Furs Salt Lime Ginseng f and Feathers Nr PHONE 35LANCASTER KY I BRANCIIJHOU3E STANFORD KY Thnnaan K Tudor bfr f Telephone No 153 H B NORTHCOTT Stanfordl f The Interior JournalIE c HON HARVEVHELMI of Lincoln county li a candidate for re nomination for Conzren from the Eighth dlatrlctaubJect to tbo action of the demo xratlo party I TOM L JOHNSON for eight year J saayor of Cleveland at noon Saturday formally transferred the office to his successor Herman C Baehr ExMay or Johnson is one of the picturesque men of the country and a strong man in his State He possesses Indomitable energy is scrupulously honest but there are those who doubt his judgment in the management of a great city like Cleveland While popular with people he made enemies of the corporations ncleomptlshed OFFICERS of the American Federa tion of Labor have issued a call on its 1500000 members to subscribe to a fund with which to wage a fight on the steel trust The call arraigns the corporation as inimical both to labor and the country and as a violation of the laws The sum of 154000 is to be raised at once As the labor union and the steel trust are both powerful organizations a strong fight may be expected and the public will watch it I with much interestD- EMOCRATIC friends and countyom cials presented Judge Frank A Bul lock with a 250 silver service on his I retirement as county judge of Fayette t after 16 years of excellent service We opine the city of Lexington and Fayette county will before long regret their action in turning down this splen did official I HOPE that the war would be brought to an end through the recognition of the provisional government of Nicara gua by the United States has been abandoned Many behave that two more battles must be fought one in the State of Chontales and the other near Managua TUB Louisville Times 100 page edition celebrating tHe 25 anniversary of that excellent paper is a magnificent effort i It is full of interesting news matter and liberally illustrated from the first page to the last Tho paper is a credit not only to the publishers but to the 1 State at large I TilE republicans know how to manage State affairs we dont think When they took hold the treasury contained nearly 1000 000 and now therein a deficit of 750000 and the rads want relief from the Legislature The chan ces are they will not get It JUDGE M C SAUFLEY came into pos- sesSion of his own yesterday when h convened circuit court at Danville legion of friends are delighted to se him on the bench again- HUSTONYILLE Look what a reduction on clothing 2250 suits or overcoats 15 2750 suits or overcoats at S18 50 Adams Bros Cleve Dunn and Eph McGill caught 6G rabbits in two days last week by using a ferret to run them out of their holesAll merchants report a splendid holiday trade which added to their fall and winter business closes a success yearWe glad to note the improved condition of Mr J F Jeffers who has been in a sanitarium in Louisville for some time- Galvani the great hypnotist who set Stanford people wild with his wonder ful powers will be at Alcorns Opera House Friday night- S A Randell of Somerset has clos edodeal with Miss Ellen Powers for an uptodate cottage to be built on her lot on West Main street Hudson Bohon sold his fouracre crop of tobacco last week at the fancy price of 15c straight It pays well to prop erly handle and grade any crop of to baccoThe I impromptu hop at Hotel Weath erford was the enchanting feature of the Yuletide and an event which will long be remembered by the many happy participantsThe Produce Co under the efficient management of L A Fa rias reports a continued increase in its business necessitating additional poul try yards egg rooms etc in order to handle the businesstwithout delay At the annual election of officers of Hustonville Lodge F and A M the following were chosen for the ensuing year Everett Carson worshipful master E W McCormack senior warden Walter Carson junior warden John Rifle secretary J P Goode tyler J W Hoskins senior deacon 0 S Wil liams junior deacon Sam McKinney treasurer John Dinwiddie chaplain What would probably have been a disastrous fire was narrowly averted last week in the home of Mr and Mrs John Dinwfddie For a Jay and nigh before it was discovered smoke wa smelled over the house but search fail ed to locate it Young Lipps In mak ing a fire one morning found the hearthItoo hot to stand on and alarm found a bed of hot coals about ready to burst forth in a flame Riffa mad family We mOVe IJOMa Logan home on Main street Grace Same and Josie Goode were etlbome from Loubvillefduring the holidays George Tucker andjfam Hy have moved to the C K McClure place for this year Jess 0 Carpen ter our hustling liveryman haa moved from the Newton block to the Mac Lo gan cottage J W Allen has rented the Elias Kidd farm near Kldda Store and taken possession Messrs McBath and Gann two excellent gentlemen and their families have moved up from Wayne county to the farm recently bought of John Steele Carpenter Mrs H F Waller and sister Mrs Dowd McCarley of Okolorfa Miss spent Christmas with their parentshere ins Frye and family of Tulia Texas send greetings to their many friends in dear old Lincoln county POLITICAL IGeorge S Wilson of Union county candidate for Speaker of the House has no opposition The failure of Gov Willson to ape point a member of the Board of Con- I trot is causing comment and criticism in republican circles in Frankfort For the first time in its history the State of New Hampshire observed New Years day as a legal holiday January 1 having been so designated by the last Legislature At a meeting of the Cabinet officers the committee was agreed on to form ulate into conventional form tho views of President Taft on the sublect of whisky production and branding The State officiate will recommend to the Legislature that the State issue 1000000 in bonds to pay its indebted ness Frank James the Auditor said the deficit at the end of the next fiscal year would be 750000 Wm J Gaynor was installed as Mayor of New York Saturday The form oathloftion was of the simplest character Nevertheless there was a throng as big as the mayors office would hold to wit ness the brief ceremony MATRIMONIAL Charles Milner of Louisville and Miss Josephine Hudson daughter oft Mrs Hudson of Danville were mar ried last week John W King aged 19 and Miss Hannie lilythe 14 of Lewis county were married at Maysville Tho brides father gave his consent to the wed ding t With the President of the United States as a guest Miss Louise W Taft his niece was married in New York to George H Snowden of Seattle at the residence of her parents Mr and Mrs Henry W Taft It is reported that a dot of 1000000 whensmare ried today The marriage biggest event in Brooklyn society so far this winter IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs William Ballew died of con sumption at Richmond A husband and four children survive Levi Harris an old and esteemed cit izen of Garrard county died at his home near Lancaster aged about 70 Earl the thret yearold boy of Mrs Della Allen of Albany was left alone for a few minutes in a room and his dress caught fire burning him so bad ly that he died soon after A tickling or cough can be quick ly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store With the reconvening of Congress in Washington Tuesday President Taft is expected to submit his promised views on the status of antitrust legislation v Preventics those Candy Cold Cure Tablets wilt safely and quickly check allcolds and the grip Try them once and seel 4B25c Sold by Pennys Drug Store The tollpaid Kentucky hunters during the open season which ended with the last of the year was 25 injur ed of whom 11 died Hon R W Wilson aged 81 a prom- Inent citizen of Crittenden county is dead He had served as county clerk and Representative- In an interview in Chicago Frank Fehr is quoted as saying if Alma Kel ner is returned to her parents there will be nQ prosecution Logan Pratt 13year old son of Mrs Ryland D Pratt was killed by acci dental discharge of a small caliber rifle while playing soldier Fire destroyed the Majestic theater the postoflice and all but one of the 26 business places in the hamlet of Hot land Va- Four lives were lost and three per- Sons received serious hurts In a tene ment house fire in Jersey City Agnes Booth the famous actress of int63sThe business section of Crawfords byfireChicago Is to entertain a convention of the unemyloyed beginning Wednes day f Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the First National Dank of Stanford wilt be held at their banking house the aecond la January IPIO for the purpose of electing directors for tbeeJUulngrear JOHN JMononaarsOu- hlerStockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Lin coin County National Bank of Stanford will be banking houto the second Tuesday In January IvlO for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year W M IlHtaiiT Cashier CLEMENS HOTEL J L ELKIX Prcr DANVILLE KENTUCKY targe airy outside rooms Oommerrlnl travelers n s ohllty special rates by week or month The proprietor Is a former Lin coIn county man and Ills should re member him when stopping In Ids town WANTED 1 An all Round Blacksmith Stonily Employment and Good Wngw W J ROMANS Lancaster Ky I wrtiatIio k- fr j J I tW tit it- Ude rtk Wcoli FMhcntTi03trBetwai Glue CtUonSefiUYiHowtM Mar Appli Wad Ginger etc We are dealers MuUUttd in 16S6CW uH a eaJar ia UouiniBe sad eta do better let mL- aII or coubian tsenVtaM rUJcftarr ter Dnxia LrabtSt Wiii If wcVly pncaliti aedirw4 Ita rrl 5abtil coca 229kLtaetSt LOt iVlLll tY 60 YEA- RSEXRICE ITRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone sending aketchnd decr1Mlnn mat erertain ant opmlon tree w etber n Innntfnn la rrobbl ratO ahI COmmunl Uonsttrletlrrananentlal HANDBDdK onlatcnu patentslat4nurpttl4l twCk c arse Scientific jftnericatu A h nrt omelr IItnalral a weeklr Iree t dre- ulAIlO uf an T wrt toarmontnsL aoldhyalinewadealera- UNN Co361Bro dkr New Urmocb Ufflce IBS F 8U WsiblDKtoo V U PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm I will sell publicly on- WEDNESDAY JAN 12 110 The following property towlti 1 Brood Mere In foal to Mare safe for women and children to drive yearling ni llfsJ Work Mules 3 and 4 years old broken and work well any where a milk cow 1 hornless red hull9ycnrsoldlyenrling Jersey bull I yenningsteer l heifer 15 stock hogs 2 at hogs 1 phaeton 1 r horse wagon 1 set of harness nPlIrlowFar Icultlra tor 1 mowing crush Farming Implements of venous kinds loll barrels of corn In crlbl carload or more of baled Timothy hay lot untaled bay In barn tome household IUd kitchen furni ture and ninny other things too numerous to mcntlon A let of side meat and shoulder sale to begin promptly nt 030 A M Terms made known on day of sale A II MoKINNBY McKinney Ky Dinwiddie Co s Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods I IIcola county as an auctioneer t4atlafl loa guaranteed 1I0ltTlCRHorelndj FOR SALE I Stock of general merchandise In Huston vllle on Main Street Well known stand particulars Huitonrllle Ky J J BELDEN For House and Carriage PalntlnanndTrfm mlng luptr lIangllllt Gun mid Lockalllltlt- Illg Shop opposite depot- J J UBLDKM Stanford Ky Stockholders Meeting OrnbOrchllntte held nt their honking house the tintMonday in January lobo for the purpose ut electing directors fur the ensuing your JI UAIICY filthier FOR SALE I Cover J at Crab Orchard ivlno store room lust across street with port oillco ml Joining And n or olllee of three rooms All neeewry outbuildings MllaCUUTIHCiOVHU Crab Orchard Ky WANTED TO RUNT SMALL FARM I want to rent a small farm of l1li to 100 acres two or tlmw miles front Hmntortl portlu1 K Interior Journal Ollluo Htan tonI k- yStock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock of Oro con es and Hardware Ilolp n good bustness Will invoice about njXO Houoti Ill health CEO I HOIMKH HtnnfordKy BaD CARTERN- owLivorvDopot Street Phono 06 STANFORD KENTUCKY GaB PRUITTM- oroland Kentucky New supIof Rugs anti Drug gets Appropriate Christmas pres cats for all Call liiul see G B TIIUITT Moreland Ky Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer ali Marblo and Cranlto Monuments Markers and Iotts Cemetery gad lAwn Vases and settees Ofllce and works Me Kinnny Ky I FARM FOR SALE I ItouseA No I farm of 1U acres has four rooms and a good cistern There U a Rood barn and abundance of stock water This land Is about half Virgin soil adapted to mIlia torn wheat oats hemp nod tobocco endIsnllIngrass except about a1 acres and on the pIke nllIrlloodlohool churches and depot and has n good orchard and olltbouIII TelHtauford POSTED strictlyforbidpassing on our places and will prosecute vi olators to the full ttal1otatUo ltewes Belchenbach pros ATTraylorIIlburn NunnelleyJJ K llruce David Htoveus John Uamenlacb wmOordler- UanTraylor M U Klmore llandortJJFMoer Mr and Mrs Jns AEndsA Ktlinsa Mrs N J llorton LogonWRev Father Leo IIr J OIerr ItaughmanUrineMrs Margaret Qoocb Jacob Gander tleoOdlrens W H Troy lor Ham Hobcrts John Jufer Amend Schaefer M J Hermann KT Heazley A IG OftaleytHT Harris 110 Watklna JO Hundley H HOrow MrNannieIIGood O K McUluro Anderson Oarr Anton Itonecker VonUruonlganTttebeccaUCarpenterW John B Lee n H vi r Christian Jacob Toni Yerrul 1nykAlexK 11 Utmbam Mrs W G Welch 110 Anderson W D Hooch ins tlelszl T A lllce- Ueubf n Curtis Chris Camenlsoh James Smith Tlnsley Bpoonsraore 1 W Carter A L Carter U Gaines WICJr1me- aJIHoltzclaw W M Fields K E lalnes Mrs Mattie White Miss Mnry Poppies W 1C Kaeton James Messer A I Tbomp ou WINTER TOURIST TICKETS TO THE SOUTHand SOUTHEAST I ON SALE DAILY VIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE jGOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31st 1910 For Fall Psnlcalirs cell on or write D C RING P T A 101 E Male St L lnjiod Ky k H I DRY- FDDTU t++H+ o What is as important at this season of the year than good dry serviceable J Ecctwe rretShoes that will wear well and keep the feet practically dry the most foolish person is he who neglects his feet in Winter We do our very best to getthe longest wearing and dry est footwear possible That he- avyWalkover i I 1 calf shoe at 350 and 4 The Hocker Bootee leather lined at 5 Old Honest Mike boots and shoes you all know and that boys Level Best School shoe just a little better than accordingto Rubber Goods t we have them all beaten a block Our all rubber arctics at 225 and 250 our rub ber boot at 4 and our 6 rubber boot withl I hand sewed leather soles are all in a class by themselves The best rubber footwear on the globe pretty strong but its true l H Js McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY CONDITION OF c Wayiicslmrg Deposit Bank 01 Wsynoburg Kyat Close ol Buuaeu Dee 31 IQ09l RPSOURC1Sttt h Loan 9 Bond 50ef 00 Orerdrsftt 27737 00tFurnitureDue from BsnV rl1129730 Cash 5771 03 Expenses for lot ui monlhi and lua pml 861 56 u 15082 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 15000 00 Surplus Fundr 8QO 00 Undivided Profitt 2379 78 Jndmduil Deposits 5690225 7508203I Unotridcd Profit and Crow Euningsi237978 Distributed Follows j- Eipente sad Tat 861 6 Carved lo Surplus Fund 400 00 DVidend No3 4 enl 600 00 Curled lo Undivided POIiII 51822 1 2J3778 OFFICERS 1t+ L G Cooch Pretidtnl M E Whetldon let V Pta jams A Hsy 2nd V Pin Stinky Mclnlos tCuriier fEfiiI G L Penny K II Coffey E E Coleman mt Vmolf m flI m Th God Liver Preparation Without Oil is a most Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and y 1Strength It is Especially Useful For IX fJJSoldm tee atf11 f3BBB EI 1 r1a w nr IfJt r k You Wilt 1econsiderpI Jj It 1 iI j y r Your declaratfpnto ilo without n Winter Coat when you see tho elegant garment we are offering and Cut cshis Winton weather cilia for a Coat anti when you can buy at amerotrlllo compared to their real value We Lave eomefmc coats in largot l feizcatlmt Rye usually hard to get but theeo go at JUT PIUOLSwith the otlierg Good time to get tHe OhilJrcns Cloaks at J small CO6tti v SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY u I pi 1 The Interior Journals BTAJ OUD KY JAN 4 uno s lOMil great bargain In box paperer balm closed out to mnko room for new Meek at Pcnnys Drug StoreII PERSONALS MIN NANCY YOAGBU visited Lebans friend HUIIHUT CAnrcNTEn vUtted Cahoat tor friends Pnor J W IRELAND spent Friday in LouisvilleMn MUEtLtlR has been lIck for several days PnOK T E CLELAND of Parkivllh was hero Friday MISS JENNIE NEWLAND vlaitcd Gamy bellsburg friends I MRS J B PAXTON visited her par cnta at Lancaster t CARROLL DUDDBRAR of Rowland I down with pneumonia MRS SARAH BIWANKS left Saturday t a to visit her daughter at Rochester III MR It 11 COFFEY is in Frankfort toe see the Legislature convene this mot Ing MBSOAMBS T S KtWNEOY and He- nZ ala MoKlnnoy spent Sunday in Dan vllloHoinrroNllowBU of Perryvlile vJa Ited a miRhty pretty girl hero laat week I MRS W It DILLION of London was the guest of her ahtcr Mrs JOI cph CofTey 1 Mice LBTTIB MoRonunrs of Lan was tho guest of Mlsa Anne D f McRobertsII F Cummins DR W B PENNY wife and daud- I ter of Danville were guests of Mias 1 Marie Mahony I OAKLEY HOLTZCLAW is very ill with I peritonitis appendicitis and is threat Vv oncd with typhoid fever Mns J L TOTTEN and Miss Vera Iireturned from u trip to MorRanfleld and Louisville MR BASCOM PEUREY wife and baby of Johnson county aro with her father Mr W A Carson MRS WILLIAM MORELAKD oto ha A been with Mrs W C Shanks returned to LcxingronJSaturday MR Jos II McAUSTER returned t to Way Miss lastiweck after a visit to his wife and children here Missus J T EMORY W S Burch and John II Shanks witnessed tho of l cuing of the Legislature yesterday I liON J N SAUNDERS and daughter I Miss Sophia Saunders spent severa days with his father at Gap in th Knob BORN to the wife of Mr P W Whlpp a son The little fellow was D nice Christmas present to the happy parentsNEWS comes from Way Miss timi a little daughterlhas arrived to bless the union of Mr andlMra Foster Balr McAlistpr MESSRS C IMREio of Louisville and J L Conwaylof Wichita Kansas t a spent the holidays with the family of Mrs Samuel Reid atlllustcnville KATHERINE WARREN of Tusco who has becntspendlng the holi ijMISS her parentslhere spent sev at Sunday Somerset She returned A C CONNETT has moved his family to tho cottage of Mrs Nancy Logan on Logan avenue E S Den I ham who occupied the house moved to tho 1 M Bruce residence on East Main street CABBELL D WOODS has returned to Fort Thomas afterhls furlough most of which was spent with his mother and sister here While in Stanford Mr Woods helped this office out during several busy spells MR L W HUGHES has accepted the position of assistant city ticket agent of the L N at Louisville and loft Sunday to begin his work Ills many friends hero give him up with regrptf but nro glad of hlspromotlon jr LOCALS GOLD MEDAL flour at George D Hoppers VAUDEVILLE each night at Thea v torium NEW lino of fancy ginghams calicoes etc at Whites storeeI I WANTED To RENTA house of six or seven roan W W White GOODS delivered anywhere in town on notice W W White A NICE lap robo will make u good Xmas present J C McOlary ANOTIIBR shipment of shooa Whltee Bvwyonu can got a fit Tilt C W B M will meet In the lecturo room of the Christian church 840 Wednesday PAY your atcounC1 at Adams Bros Hustonvllle and you will bo more prosperous during tho year GRBAT reductions I tailor suits and overcoats See samploa ut Adams Bros store Hustonvllle A BIO stock of Oliver plows arriv at W II WRit Ins today Buy ono anti you will havo tho beat AND Uncle Dink Farmer is at last jailer of Lincoln county Praise thu Lord as good old Bro Barnes used to say TUB councilwasto have becn sworn in last night and the city officers for this year and next were to havo been elected No 4600 held by Hub Cook or Boyle held the lucky ticket that drow tho Davenport given away by Cum- mins Wearen Nor an aemade Stanford wring the entire holidays Did such a thing ever happen during the days or open saloons 7 We dont think so liON HARVEY Ewe addressed the Business Mens Club at Sholbyvillo on Thursday night Ills talk was a stii ring one and was given much applaus LANCASTER Prof Galvani tho gcatcst of hypnotists will show at Lancaster tonight Tuesday Our Garrard county friends should not lall to see this wonderful man TilE handsome bracelet found by Clalborno Walton and advertised in Fr days paper belonged to pretty Mir Jewell Spoonamore of Hubble who claimed her property Saturday THAT hustling merchant and clove gentleman Mr Sam Robinson has our thanks for a substantial Christmas gift Ho lie ver tails to remember us durini the happiest season of the year I TELL BROS mind readers at Green bunts Theatorium told the audience the other night that tho court hous would bo completed and thrown open to tho public on the first Monday In May next Better late than never Tim new county ofllcera have all been sworn in and havo taken chargi Itor the county affairs and the old one are now exes In our next issue we will have something to say about the now officers as well as their predeces garsTae F A M Lodge at Crab Orchard elected the following officers for 910 G B Lvne Master CA Redd S WJ M Collier J W M M Thompson S D S F Reynolds J D J M Wallin Secretary J C lays Treasurer J G Fletcher Tyler FRIENDS of Judge J S Owsley Jr and family are glad that they will con inuo to live in Stanford The judge will practice law and haa rented an of Ice over II J McRobcrta storo Judgo twsloy is a good lawyer and a fine pcaker and we predict his services will bo much sought MRS ACNES andsons Vic Owens and James Guest Herrln and Mrs Vic Owens who havo occupied the jail residence for tho past eight years loved to Crab Orchard yesterday bo aura they could not get a house here Our people give up this splendid family with much regret and hope all tho good rings of this life will come their way When they can get a suitable house here Mrs Herrin and family will re turn to Stanford TELL BROS mind readers sleightof hand performers etc played Manager Emil Greenberg of the Theatorium a dlrty trick They advertised to place a- man in a box made bv any carpenter In town and let the box bo nailed up and bound with wire nnd they would get him out without breaking the box hey were to do this Friday night but one of tho brothers got mad and loft Tho trick was then postponed until Saturday night but the other brother sneaked off on the 240 train that afternoon i FOR SALtJA secondhand top bug gy Thia office IP you are looking for fresh oysters and celery go to J Di Hertons reeta rant D B Fox Sit will stand a Jersey bull near Bowen Station at 1 the soo son in advance Tun Lincoln County National Uank hew our thanks for a handy pock diary filled with important informatic WANTKD to buy a good Lincoln county farm of the value of 90000 to 30 000 Address Lock Box rot Stanfor Ky A MAN named Lewis got ono of his bonds badly cut nt McKinnoy the oth ar day when tho member camo In contact with a circular saw TALK with mo before buying a typewriter and see sample at my homo T A Brackett local agent for Standa Typewriter Exchange New York FROM four below zero last morning to 57 above yesterday morniOJtI u quite a change In tho temperatm This Is indeed a bad climate in the btlllt country under the sun TUB directors of lho Lincoln County Fair ore requested to meet at tho First National Bank at 280 Friday afternoon Jan 7th This Is the last meet ing and a full attendance Is doelrod IN a fight at McKinney the other day between Ec Yocutn and Thomas Gooch the former was severely cut arid the lat ter had his clothing perforated with bullets They had been at outs for some time r THAT amusing play Mas New Hu band will hold the boards at Walton Opera House Wednesday night Jan l The company is sent hero by the Cha Scott Co of Chicago and is hhnly recommended To TAXPAYERS LINCOLN COUNTY 1 will have to advertise nnd sell your property after Jan llf your tax Is not paid in order to mike my final settlement with the State and county Set tie up and save this expense T J Hill sheriffathe Lincolu Count National Bank First National Bank Waynesburg Deposit Bank and Crab Orchard Banking Co appear In this Issue Tho statement of the National Bank of Hustonville arrived too late for publication but will be in our Friday edition The Bank declared its usual 5 per cent dividend To MY FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS want to commend to tho insuring put lie Bro R B Mahony of Stanford and the Continental Insurance Company for tho very prompt and entirely satisfactory adjustment of my loss My house and household furniture burned Thurs lay morning tho 23 and the loss was adjusted in full in less than 86 hours S G Elliott Middleburg- 1IOLTZCLAwAftern protracted illness of heart trouble Mrs Walter loltzclow passed peacefully into the great beyond on Sunday surrounded by her aged parents Mr and Mrs Ilex Martin her devoted husband and hrco stepchildren who loved hex early She was 38 years old and since a child had been a devout member of the Christian church She was an excellent woman and her death brings orrow to many friends Great sympathy is felt for those whose hearts aro feeding because of her taking away Rev J J Dickey preached her funeral at 2 oclock yesterday afternoon after which the remains wero consigned to mother earth in Buffalo Cemetery J GALVANI the hypnotist pleased two good audiences at Waltons Opera louse Friday and Saturday nights He Is possessed with wonderful power and those persons ho hypnotized wero wholly at his will Ho had some of them turning handsprings some catching ittcrflics others crying with toothache and others doing fully as ridiculous things Ho is a remarkable man nnd- his second visit to Stanford caused as much furor hero as his first Prof Galvanlls a splendid drawing card and Is tho best ono man show on tho road Opern houso managers should contract with him if they have tho opportunity Pror Galvani will show at Lancaster tonight Tuesday and at Hustonvllle Friday night u CHURCH MATTERS The hour of the prayer meeting at tho Christian church has been chansted to 046 Rev Walkers sermon on Prayer an entertaining feature of the prayer servloes will bvcontjoed un til further notice Stockholders Meeting tocklioklcri oC tile NnttoatIiNtnkgofIIWl M HTltl wUI be ftcfel II tbtebniikln house in 1 1 u tonvlllo Hi a owl TuixMy la JMRnry WIO between Si 04 MA MM for the pnrpa ofeltcung dlree ton to terve tbe vutnlng ywi- rJWJlofKmtOfxtiler Condition of The Crab Orchard Banking Company CRAB ORCHARD KY I At the Cof Bunneii Dec311909R- ESOURCES Bill 53799 i3 Overdrafts 1395 12 Banking Howe and Let 1500 00 Furniture and Fixtures 1500 00 Due torn Bank 11517 58 Cash 3453 23 73165 06 LIABILITIES 15000aI00 00- Uaamiled Profit 250 S3 Fimb to Pay Tale 200 0- 0Dry 50014 53 Bnti IWitcountcd 6000 00 73165 06 Uudwided PreEu and Grot Earning 3477 79 Dutnbuted at Follow II Expesesforyartaxes1977 26 to surplus 00 Dividend No 8 6 per tt 900 00 Funds to pay Uxo 20000- CIied irJii Prelts 250 53 3477 79 J C BAILEY Cashier Condition of The FIRst NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KY At close of Business Dec 31 1909 RESOURCES Loans Stocks and Bonds 635 1 3 14 Oveidrafu 6167 57 U S Bonds and Premium 51000 00 Banking Howe h Other Real Estate 10066 96 Due horn Bank and Bankers 32661 32 Due from U S Treasurer 2500 00 Cash on Hand 2349i 14 309400 13 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 50000 00 Surplus Fund 20000 00 Undivided Profits 644 49 Fund to Taxes 62435C- irculation 50000 00 Individual Depoiiti 169335 06 Dank 8456 23 Note Rediscounted 10340 00 309400 13 gross Earing thit 6 Months 6330 16 Left over from last 6 Months 251 89 6582 05 Disposed of as Follows Dividend 1500 00 Premiums Reduced 500 00 Fund to Pay Tues 500 00 rxe Pad 1051 05 itpecues 2386 5- 1wve Profits 644 49 6582 05 JNO J McROBERTS Cashier Condition of The Lincoln County National Ban Stanford Ky At clone of linahiCHH Dec 3109 RESOURCES Bill 28314 82 verdrafu- I 15643 19 S Bonds- inking 50000 00 House and Fixture 3300 00- Due from Banks 30097 82- Due from U S Treasurer sad Cash 30671 99 412858 82 LIABILITIES Capital 50000 00 Surplus 43000 00- Fund to pay Taxe- rculalion 360 33 43360 33 50000 00- Banlt Deposit 14926 99 lividual Deposits 224571 50 =239498 49- Billa Rediscounted 30000 00 412858 82 Dcount Interest and Exchange 9102 76 Disposed of u Follow Paid Current Expenses and Taxes 4450 60- Paid Bad Debts 152 16- Paid Dividend No 23 1500 00 paid to Surplus 3000 00 9102 76 W M BRIGHT Cashier d i t 11n Hugheg T W Humblo W O Martin j Rio cut in FursI J1 i I I Vo ImVe throe fur sots anti toy oral neck pieces left that wo will soil at greatly reduced prices Alltthis season s gqods W idjTnot want lo carry this goods r and I have decided that it Jut go This is your opportunity I IIIIHUGHES MARTIN CC j f Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY A Our Store Will Be Closed January Hand 12I I i During Which timeWe Will Take an Inven= j rir tory of our J StockII r W E PERKINSsCrab Orchard Ky r M G MURPHY j w AtTON h WINTER GOODS l Winter is now upon and it will pay you to look through our stock before vying Tho best felt andover combination former price 8350 now 1315 A regular 83 felt and overs 275 250 for 8225 A lull lino of MODS jiidies Misses and Boys Rubbers Mens extra Heavy double front Qver Us 94c A full lino of solid leather Shoes fpr all members of the family remember wo carry a nice lino of Dry Goods Notions late Caps Pnnta Sroceries Queensware Hardware Etc and quote today Dec 16 BuVjeet to market fluctuations Best Patent Flout 87o for 24 pounds 2nd patent 82c Arbuckles Coffee 15o pound Baking Powder 4c Soda 4c pocket and 2 pounds of keg soda for 6cMatches 4o box fireproof standard oil gallon or Indian Refining Oil at same price We still havo plenty of Ohio river salt 280 pound barrels at 8150 Eggs 28c MURPHY aACTON The Cash Bargain Store Kings Mountain My W L MGARtYPre3 E C WALTON YPres LIUIUGHEg8 T IfStanford Real Estate Co Stanford KontucKy Farms antI Town Property Handled on Commission Stocks and Bonds Sold It you Have Property to Sell or Rent Notify Usr Write for Circular to t I L R HUGHES Secretary Stanford KyI The Interior Journal Orpifnty Post officeta Stanford at- NNk mutter LN TINE TABLE No SI Houthl1ltG PM No SlOuthIOU A M No II North 440 A K No n North 649 V X No yr1099 AX NOS3tilOril JOS S RICE Agent A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRobcrts Drug Store in tho Owsley Buildi- ngMASONS MEET FLincoln Lodge No 41 A M will meet In stated communication on each first and third their oninalnnetreeetotaaoclock In ball ford Ky Members of elrter lodges are fra ternally Invited to be present T W Pen nlngton Sec Fall and Winter StockH- ave your measure taken by a tailor of ex perlence Then your clothes whethern low price business suit or the finest evening clothes will have that Individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were made to yonrmeasure I will also take your meas ere for extra trousers fancy vests ltopcoats and overcoats Fall and samples on hand ready for your Inspection HO UUPLKV The Tailor I8tanford Ky g CUT OWEASFOR SALE J can the public with the best M yell as the freshest of cut lowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes In connection with the above I have all kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prices cimiSTitAN GREEN HOUSES ED HCBIIAKD 1BOK Stanford Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns- NothinglBut Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 36 Office 95 Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedCONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of con creting as Work Pavements and In fact we can make any thing from rhouse down to a fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee flrrtclass J work and material Call and get our prices before you buy your material least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford K- yINSURANCE IL B MAHONY Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLive Stock Health and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bohds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis count JLBeazleyCo DndertaKera and Embalm en Also Dealers in Furniture fatng Rug They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give I Them a Call Pricee Right aT4NFORD KENTUCKY ices McClaryI Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer IriiHarness Saddlery 4STANFORD KY t SHirPhoce KST IfomeJPbont liS t i FARMERS DEPARTMKKT Two fresh milk cow for sale W F bon Stanford R F D No1 Sixty nlne good young owes for salt at a bargain at once OK McClure Moreland There leftnyr place between Dec 15 and 20 a black sow with white spots Will weigh about 125 pounds Richard ifocker Stanford R F D No 2 A fund of 70000 to care for favorIte horses and dogs and over 25000 left household servants are among the bequests of Charles Francis Wright who died in Boston FOR SALE20 extra nIce yearling cattle a pair of 16l hand mare mules three and four years old and a pair of 16 band horse mules fat John G Lynn Hustonville I nAVE an eight year old wagon team for sale Also a fiveyearold wagon horse for sale or I will trade him for a good driving horse This horse will weigh about 1100 and a good one B D Carter A barn on the Patchen Wilkes stock farm in Fayette belonging to WED Stokes of New York was destroy cd by fire and 29 valuable thoroughbreds also the property of Mr Stokes were burned to death The loss will reach 10000A of feeding cattle belonging to Reese Owings a Bath farmer got into a field in which tobacco had been grown the past season and as a result of eat ing the stalks six of them died Wheth er the tobacco killed them or whether some of the paria green which had been used on the weed still lingered in the stalk is not known BARGAIN 054 acres of good land of which 100 acres is bottom land eight room dwelling two good stock barns new tobacco barn 36x96 ice house buggy house two corn cribs etc two good cisterns the whole farm being well watered well fenced and lavs 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 Resolutions of Respect Resolutions of respect by the Lincoln County Medical Society At the lonely hour of midnight on Aug 20 1909 the spirit of Dr L B Cook took its flight to Him Who gave it and left the pain wrecked body to be viewed upon earth for the last time by a brokenhearted companion grief stricken children brothers and sIsters and a multitude of sorrowing friends Therefore be it resolved 1st In the Math of Dr Cook the medical profession has lost one of its ablest and truest members the home a kind loving husband indulgent father the community a most faIthfulefficient servant society its best example and the church a true Christian 2nd That these resolutions be spread upon the minute book of this meeting- a copy sent to The State Medical Jour nal and to the INTERIOR JOURNAL for publication and the family be furnished with a copy of these resolutions- E J Brown J F Peyton H Reid committee Forded Into Exile Wm Upchurch of Glen Oak OklaI was an exile tram home Mountain air be thought would cure a frlghtfu lung racking cough that had defied all remedIes for two years After six months he returned death dogging his steps Then I began touseDr Kings Now Discovery he vrlteslIand after taking six bottles I am as well as ever It saves thousands yearly from desperate lung diseases Infallible for Coughs and ColJs it dispels Joarsencs and Sore Throat Cures GrIt Bronchitis Hemorrhages Asth ma Croup Whooping Cough 50c nod 1 trial bottle free guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store a Playing Safe The year Is clean devoid of blame The year is pure I hastily advance the claim As being sure The year is pure the year is young And clean I wls No poet with a serpents tongue Can challenge this Why do I all these things avow Because I know The same a fleeting week from now May not be so A Scolded Boys shrieks horrlfio his grandmother Mrs Maria Taylor of Nebo Ky who writes that when all thought he would die Buck lens Arnica Salve wholly cured him infallible for Burns Scalds Cuts Corns Wounds Bruises Cures Fever Sores Bolls Skin Eruptions Chilblains Chapped Hands Soon routs Piles 2C at Pennys Drug Store The demon rum appears to some To be a dragon So gladly now they take a vow fo flag the flagon The New Years dawn sees many on The water wagon Pains of women bead pains or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure wIth- Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25c box Sold by Pen iyfl Dru2 StoreI FARM FOR SALE OR RENT +Oontatds 140 hore best tobacco land In the county iXralles from McKinney Will toll or rent Has two dwclllngi one ot four rooms and the other of two rooms Taro orchards of nearly run trees Tobacco barn that will hold 10 acres ot tobacco cheapest farm In Kentucky at IrlceIMcKinney Ky TRIBBLE PENCE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phono 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford KentucKy Farms for Sale We have the following farm for wile These farms live been bought by us for the standing timber We have no use for the farms and wilt sell theta on easy payments Farm No I 1Oncres4 mlle from Morris three uillei ElitEUellIt F n stall H mile from pub lie school and churches One 14 room brick house slate roof nl rcxrtns fresco painted collar under whole house Ilrlck outbulld Ings an orchard containing HO fruit trees oneehorsebarnha alargeegrnneryy0pntl tool house nil In good condition Land Is level with good drainage K acres standing tlm rlUocrel on which tlmlwrwnsremov ed the past three years Is now In good pits ture balance of land In cultivation The buildings on this farm could not be repine ed for mono There has been harvested this year SO bushels of wheat to an acre und K ushels corn to an acre Our price on this farm 110Farm No2117 ncres 6 miles from NewpolntIntl miles from Knochsburg OK miles from- Uatosvlllelad One ftroom frame house a large barn granery and tool house This land Is rolling n self binder was used on every part of the land SSncres of good creek bottom oo acres now In standing Umber M acres wheat sown and In good condition This farm will raise rood tobacco corn and wheatOur on tills farm Is flU and we roo servo all standing Umber over 15 inches on stump IS Inches from ground Farm No3151 acres from Hayiuoudlnd which has a public school Catholic church and Methodist four nnda half miles from Morris a railroad station A groom frame house and good barn nnd granery This land Is rolling and all has tern under cultivation some botlom ground good fences around entire farm Sixty acres Umber This farm will make n andcordFarm No 4000 acres four miles from Metamorn six miles from Urookvlllecounty seat of Frank tin county This turns Is rolling land wn- acres new ground on which hal been removed three years Three lar farms S ROod frame dwelling houses nnd other buildings Thor was two crops or tobacco raised on this arid the pnst two years quality and quantity wasllretclass if you are interested In this fans wrlttt us and we will give you additional Information We expect to sell all of the above arms within the next 30 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 payments secured by mortgage cent mhtheInterest Untesvllle Is located Chi cago of the OC O 4 Ht L rail miles frontllndlanaapolIsilndtiCull omuss and we will show you these turns or write us The Hillenbrand Co Batesvllle Ind Bring Your Printingf To t The Y f Jn INTERIOR JOURNAL Office Ii Best j h WorkLowest i F Prices NOTICE I andneighborsseleotaioleanthriayandwellgrowaIrloeserireasonable JoAtMCKEISKlnsi HOME FOR SALE I allnecessaryroomybIIrnIacttlocatedoncornerOfA1I HOLT70IAW Stanford Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEERING preparedtodoellklndsofsurreylngand teasonableover the telephone through the ustonv111e WALTER MoKlNNKY NOTICE UnrrllIJowillnmkePrison UommlulonltI lit Frankfort Ky ltJufortress my hand this No lumber 2011- T01I IIAKHIB Fruit And Ornamental Tress 1 DnStOardonNo Agents H F HILLENMEYER SON- SLexington Ky REWARD Having suffered considerable nnnoynnc and IniiiBRe from outlaws In breaking gate dltroIIIIIIIthrough my farm t have concluded to otter a reward for Information lending to the conviction of such lemon or persons I will therefore ilvttbit sum of Ll for Infor niatlon leading to the arrest and conviction brokenthesawed down or torn down any of my gates theJlultonvtllo leaningtoparties who In the future commit any of the above offenses AUIIUtIIiIN NOTICE Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns in the West End In surance Agency Get your policies written right in a good com pany by W J CAMPBELL llustonville Ky PAINPita in the beadvain anywhere has Ita ta1lM oU1tna1MThailabletcalled rmtenthoughhs II you have a headache Its blood pressure pSaeIfeonrtstloa blood pressure That surely II a stopitthe unnatural blood pressure cruise your floor and doesat It nC red sad swell and pain you Of course It does Its con pain1IsiwoWJI1lM 23 cent sad cheerfully nrnoBirrxitHl Dr Shoops HeadacheTablets PENNYS DRUG STO- REHENRY ATTERSONSf PAPER Weekly CourierJournal IIIAND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FORI ONLY 150 Few people In tbe United States have not beard of the Courier Journal Democratic In all things fair In all things clean In nil things It Is essentially a family paper Uy a special arrangement we are enabled to offer tho WEEKLY OOUHtEtlOqUNAL one year and this paper for the price named above Bend your subscription for the combination to Utoot to the Oourier Jour i It RUBBERS We have a complete stock of the fa mous BALL BAND Such as the Ladies Storm Rubber Arctics Mens and Boys Felts y Arctic Rubber Boots and Overshoes Prices from 50c to 4 Come In And See Our large Liner Best QualityThe Ball Band ++ +t++ttttt++++++ 1 SAM ROBINSON STANFORDJKY 1WeA Carload of Buggies direct From the Factoryt Oleau and frost nil 1010 styles Wo will rerirfr sent four factories anti kindly asks n share of your patronage Como in and look nt our stock and make selection I will have them finished accord fug to specifications ns our limited fpacc will not allow a larger stock como early L weH Stanford HIGGINSI I the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5OOOOOO Surplus 4000000 Resources 34000000 I S H SHANKS RESIDENT + WM BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH- H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER CLERK- DIREOTORSt J B Owalsy Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Gco W Carter Stanorl John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford TO Ran kin TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preacheraville Lilburn t Gooch Gilberts Creek + tTheMay comeiAnd the Rain und Snob Fall but your stock will keep warm in Nunnelleys New Stock Yards Plenty of Covered Pens and Feed and Water Best market in tho State So bring them on Court Day 4 Second Monday I 11 Bitucu Assistant RURAL TELEPHONES7MR FARMER Mako your homo as modern for your family aj a city residence and place yourself in it position to get tho latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for It sum that U small compared with the benefits received Cil or uddre our nearest offija or write direct to headquarters Nashville Term for information regarding our IIJcia1IIFr mere Line rate If you are not ut present enjoying teleph m J sarvics wJ- can immediately interest you Our IIIIIM cover the Sfntni of Klntulayrt Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the Stiithvrn IJrtion of Indian t 011 Illinois EAST TENNESSEK TEL CO- w INPOIllOnATED 6