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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): January 4, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 int1910010401_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): January 4, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. (' ?0L. XXXVII. The Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JANUARY NEWS HOTES. 4, 1010. MO. 89. PREACHERSVILLE. Helm can pre- C. D. Hocker, of ftl I ) In 1 . Herman II. Kohlsatt has acquired Wo hop Congressman control of the Chicago Record-Heralvail on our Undo Sam to give Stanford Frank 11. Smith, a Pittsburg milliona Federal building. 'Tin a pity he Isn't find draft for $2 to apply'on my indebtleglsla-tlofavorable to the parcel po edness to the iNTfiiiiou Journal aire, dropped dead of npoplexy there. Mrs. Russell Sage has given to Yale What have you down in Kentucky in John Iligsby, Jr , ha Just returned the way of weather 7 In North West University $650,000 with which to buy park. from a trading expedition to Caey. Missouri wo are havingrcat winter and a The law forbidding the manufacture where ho bought a large drove of stock have had Inco the 4th of this month, of alt kind. If John keeps on he will at which time everything froze up, of Intoxicating beverages went Into be n huitlcr. which Is not usually the caso even in effect in Tennessee The Pittsburg Baseball Association Mcnefeo Klmore has at last succeed-e- d this section. It has not bucn extrememm which we ly cold; about eight below zero being has rented the Whlttington ball bark ct In capturing his wild ho y mentioned In a recent isauc. Tho at low as the thermometer has register- Hot Springs, Ark., for practice. Ten deaths from cold were reported of the weather Is supposed to ed, but It has hovered around zero frehave tamed It, as it was easily caught. quently during the month Been snow- in New York in one dsy last week. The John Hell and wifo gavo a delightful ing about twice u week for the Isst mercury ranged from six to ten below social a few nights ngo, which wh three weeks, yet wo haven't but about during the day. An agreement to arbitrate the dis greatly by all present. Your cor- eight inches of snow on a level. Now respondent was present and had tho to jou people down in old "Kentuck" puto between the telegraphers and the biggest time ever. a solid month of winter in December, J management of the Uig Four railway t Mrs. Ona Naylor and Mr. and Mrs. imagine sounds like rather n hard prop- was reached in Cincinnati. Mrs. Pearl Armstrong, charged with Fado Parks worn guests of Mr. and osition, but the works of nature lire so Mrs. J. M. I.unsford Christmas day arranged thnt it never causes anything tho murder of her husband, George The tablo fairly groaned under ita load to occur so bad but what it could bo Armstrong, was bound over to the of good things and tho way yours truly worse, and very often thero Is some grand jury without bond in New "Ailed up" was a caution. thing good comes of it. In this Instance It was officially announced that Mrs. Mr. J. H. I'arks. a farmer living in tho sleighing and skating is simply-w- ell, J Garrard, had tho misfortune to fall and I'll just say huge. If you doubt Charles P. Taft, of Cincinnati, had dislocate his hip, whllo driving hogs. In it, just ask Rev. Pat Davies when you purchased the grounds of tho Philadcl-ph- i National League Baseball Club trying to retain his feel he fell a sec see him. Pat has been preaching for ond time and rolled down the hill Into i the Methodists here during thu cold from John I. Rogers and A. J. Reach. Ray Lamphere, slayer of Mrs. Bcllo branch, whero thcro was considerable pell. I think he lives near Danville, water. His son, who was present, was or at least ho seems to be familiar Gunness and her children, at Laporte, unable to get hi father out in his In- about Danville and Stanford, Hy tho lnd., died of tuberculosis in the Michi jured condition and had to call assist- way, we are utilizing other Kentucky gan City penitentiary, where ho was Mr. Parks is In a very danger- products as preachers and teachers. serving an indeterminate term for arance ous condition. Fads I'arks, our miller, Tho regular preacher who now has son. In the village of Santa Claus, near is a son of the senior I'arks. charge of tho South Methodist congregave an gation at Guilford, is a Kentuckian, Indianapolis, two children were burned The Baptist Sunday-schoentertainment which consisted of dia- from Hussellville, Itev. Randolph. Kcv. to death. Their mother found their logues, speeches!nnd songs, very cred- Ward, of the First Baptist church of blackened, writhing little bodies a few itably renderwl, '.Friday afternoon. A Maryville, our county scat, is another minutes before they died, in a room great deal of credit is due Miss Kir.da Kentuckian. If I am not mistaken, ho whero she had left them playing an Pettus and Mr. F. F. Cummins for married n sister of George S. McKin-ney- 's hour before. The will of tho late James W. Friend, their painstaking drilling of tho pupils wife. They were daughters of and frequent rehearsals of tho exer- old Uncle Hilly Fair. Last but not least, of Pittsburg, probated, disposes of on d going cises. After iho exhibition was over u comes Dr. H. K Taylor, president of estate of $15,000,000, Christmas tree held our State Normal School, located at to his widow, Martha A. Friend, nnd nice, the attention of tho crowd and made Maryville. He is from Winchester, tho remaining portion equally divfded many hearts glad. Santa Claus was Ky., and deems to be taking well with between the testator's four children. present and, strange to say, seems to tho peoplo here. Would write more, There were no charitable bequests. Bundled into an automobile, Mrs. 4 get greener as he gcta older. but am liable to get into politics and I 4.J Miss Hettlo Carpenter has been visit- don't know enough to talk politics since Caroline Martin, mother of Mrs. Oeey II Snead, the bathtub victim, and Mrs. ing Mrs. Tom Howard ut Lancaster. Missouri went back on Bryan. IN MEMORIAM. T. I.unsford and wifo visited Mr. ond A merry Christmas and happy new Mary Snead, were taken away from the Miss Sarah year to you and your many readers. Tombs prison to Newark, N. J , where Mrs. J. M. I.unsford. Alvin Kogcr, McKinney, Ky., was they aro under indictment on charges of Howard spent Christmas with Mt Ver-no- n C. D. HocKf.it. Feb. 11, 1820. and died Dec. 27, causing the dcith of Mrs. Ocey Snead. born friends. Mr. and Mrs. Henderson, 1909. He was a consistent member of Former President Zelaya of NicaraHere and There. of Lowell, were al John Williams'. church a great part of his gua, who has found refuge In Mexico, the Baptist Mrs, Mattio Broedlove, of Goshen, was life. He lived a blameless life from The plant of the Kenesaw Marble visiting her mother, Mrs. Levi Hell Co., located nt Marietta, Ga., was de- called upon President Diaz at tho na- his vouth. It was my pleasure to min tional palace. Zelaya said that tre Misa Rebecca Williams, of Knoxville, gle with those who knew all about him. stroyed hy Are. The loss is estimated object of his visit was to express his I never heard a censure against mm Uslted Mr. and Mrs. John Williams. at $150,000, partly covcrod by thanks for the courtesies he had receiv- concerning his religious or business Mrs. Frank Lyklns, who has been sick ed Mom the officials of Mexico. There so long, is now fully restored to health, life. He married Miss Sallie Lovelace, F. II. Jormyn, reported to be one of thanks to the skill of tho Drs. Gibson, the wealthiest coal mine operators in was littlo ceremony. who died about 30 years ago in the tri Five men who intended to rob the of Richmond. umphs of faith. After his son, Ueorge, tho United States, was struck and e three hanks and the Mr. Grover Gastineau, aged 21 of propably at liar-ra- married he united with him in house fatally injured uy a street car Okla., ran into a posso headed by 4ncar Hyattavlllc, and Miss Alpha Nakeeping aud remained with him until in San Francisco. United States Marshal 'Jack" Aber-nathlor, 21, of this place, celebrated Christhis death. His whole life was spent in A head-ocollision between two lim As a result two of the bandits mas day by driving to Lancaster and ited Wayne county exctpt two years and a cars on the term Haute, Indianup- are dead, one is in jail at Guthrie, being united in marriage by Itav. F. few months. He had been a farmer all olis & Eastern Traction Railroad, near wounded, and two suspects aro in jail M. Tinder. Mr. Gastineau Is n ton of his life and a prosperous one. He has Greenfield, Ind., resulted in serious in at Oklahoma City. Mrs. Mary Gastineau and is said to be been a farmer all his life and a prosjury to five persons. Mrs. Pearl Goode, a handsome young t "a fine young man in every respect, perous one. He was well pleased with A rainfall so heavy as to amount alwoman, 30 years of age, in accordance while his brldo Is tho third daughter of most to a cloudburst marked tho dawn the new homo near McKinnev. where with a decision of the Criminal Court of Mr. and Mrs. John Naylor, and is quite he ended his pilgrimage in this world. at the new year in Los Angeles and vi- Appeals of Texas, affirming the action The 11th of February next, he would attractive and much admired by all cinity. Landslides in Cajon Pass tied tho lower court, will be sent to tho who know her. The bride, who was have been 90 years of age. Ho often uo transcontinental trains on tho Santa of penitentiary to serve a sentenco of 25 dressed very becomingly In blue, never Fe and Salt Lake lines. prayed that his last days might be his years on a charge of complicity in the lo)ked lovlier than on her wedding Attorney General McCarn, of Nashbest days, and that he might die in his murder of her husband. morn. Wo extend our best wishes to right mind. He often said that all he ville, has prepared and is now having What apparently is a murder myste the happy couple and sincerely hope served 150 warrants in that city and feared of death was Its sting. Though they may never know sorrow. Mr. county charging violations of tho four-mll- o ry was presented to tho police of Atlan he did not presume to prav for a pain ta by tho finding of a head of a white less death, he appeared to pass away as and Mrs. Gastineau will begin houseliquor law and tippling without likeeping Jan. 1 near Hyattaville, whero cense. The warrants aru roturnable man evidently freshly cut frorn tho peacefully as an infant going to sleep body, in a trash bucket in one of the they will bo at homo to their many before the magistrates of the county. Christmas on its mother's breast. halls of the Prudential building, one of friends. night a little after 12 o'clock he told us The fourth of a series of similar outrages which have occurred in the same the largo office structures in the bus! he was dying and about daylight he Kills Hor Foe or 20 Years. ness section of that city. In the last three yoars, was resaid distinctly: "Bless the Lord; bless "The most merciless enemy I had vicinity inree persons, two ot wnom were thn nnme of the Lord." and continued vealed Saturday when tho body of Miss for 20 yenra,'' declares Mrs. James boys in women, were killed and at least 45 in in a state of ecstacy for some time, re Duncan, of Huynesvllle, Mo., "was Anna Lloyd was found by two jured, some probably fatally, when tho words of praise, gazing Dyspepsia. I suffered intensely after a lonely part of Cincinnati. Misa Lloyd "California Special" on tho Rock Is neatlne these happy smiles. He rehad been attacked, gagged and her upward with eating or drinking nnd could scarcely lanu raiiroau jumped the track near mained In a conscious condition until 2 o' alecp. After many remedies had fail- throat cut. Tho snow in the neighbor Trenton, Mo. Only two cararemained hood Bhowed that a struggle had occlock Monday evening, breathing regued and several doctors gave me up. I on tho track. The others quickly burnlarly until the last. I was with him curred before the woman was tried Klectric iMtUrs, which cured mo ed. The causo of tho accident was during his last Illness and never In my I can eat anything. completely. Now said to be spreading rails. life did I witness such a peaceful death. I um 70 years old and am overjoyed to Attorney Martin W. Littleton con- His life and death have been a blessing Judgo John S. Vorls, a prominent atget my health and strength back torney of Georgetown, was found dead vinced Charles W. Morse, tho convictto all who knew him. So it may be t again." For Indigestion Loss of Ap- In his olllco Saturday. He was attired ed presideQt of tho Bank of North said of Brother Kogor: "He being dead petite, KIdnoy Troublo, Lamo Hack, in a dress suit in which ho had deliver- America, of tho utter futility of any yet speaketh." Let us pray that we r'emalo Complaints, It's uncounted. ed a toast at a dinnerof the Georgetown further attempt to escape tho Bentenco may die the death of tho righteous and Only 60o at I'euny's Drug Stoio. Commercial Club the night before. A of the court and Morse has been placed that our end may be like his. in the Federal prison in Atlantajto comT. II. Hancock. Uonncr county, Idaho, has tho long- bullet hole was in his temple. Ho had senbeen missing from his boarding house mence tho service of his est wagon bridgo In tha world, the tenco. Ho was accompanied on his trip Gen. Estrada remains firm in his de structuro now being constructed across all tho day before. South by his wife andftwo sons. termination not to recognize the ;Mad-ri- z Pend tho Pend Orelllo Hivor, near Don't drug the stomach, or stimulate A physician who claims to be a pergovernment in Nicaragua. He holds Orelllo Lako, being moro than two tho heart or kidneys. That is wrong. sonal friend of Dr. Cook, but who re- that the election of tho latter by JCon-gremiles long. Tho bridge was commenced Ills the weak nerves that aro fused to allow his name to bo made was Illegal. Zelaya Is receiving almost two years ago and has coat tho out for help. Vitalize these weak public, says thathe had received a let- royal treatment in Mexico City. Amercounty about (60,000, part of this being controlling nerves with Dr missing explorer, who he icans are feeding Nlcaraguan prisoners raised by subscription among tho far- Shoop's restorative, and see, liow ter from the saya is at a camp owned by Geo. Row at Blueflelds. mers on tho North side of the river and quickly good health will como to you ley, In Laurcntlde Inn, Lake St. John business men of Sandpolnt. ugaln. Test it and seel Sold by Pen- district. Dr. Cook, he said, was in ex The cleverest Imitation of realcoffeo Drug Store. cellent health and determined to stay over jet made Is Dr. Shoop's Health Dillfgcnt search by many prlvato de- ny's andjlls tectives, aided by tho police of PhilaCrazed by drink, Grover Vancleve, of away from civilization till tho polar Coffee. It Is line in flavor made In Just one minute. No tedious delphia, New York and other Eastern LaRuu county, cut tho throat of his 22- - controversy was straightened out. 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Made from cities, failed to dlscloso u clow us to year-olson and tho young man died Young: Girls Aro Victims. pure parched grains, malt, nuts, etc. the whereabouts of IloberU Do Junon, several hours later. The father, it is heiress, and Ferdinand thought, will lose his mind over the of headache, as well as older women, tiauiplo free. Penny's Drug Store. the but all get quick relief aud iiromnt Cohen, a waiter at the Bellevue-Strat-fortrouble. euro from Dr. King's New Llfo Pills, I An offer to purchase llie Steamer Hotel In Philadelphia, who aro beIf you own a Ilyomci Inhaler, Pen- tho world's best remedy for sick and Koosevelt, in which ICommander 1'eary lieved to have disappeared together last ny will sell you a bottle of liyomei (l. norvous headaches. Thoy make pure made his last trip to the Arctic regions Wednesday. quid) for only 50 cents. Guaranteed to blood, and strong nerves and build preparatory to his dssh to theJlNorth cure catarrh and all throat troubles up your health, Try them. 25o at Pole, has been declined by the.TTreasu- Mrs, George C. Hue, a ry Department. Penny's Drug Store. or money rack. Complete outfit $1. Danville lady, is dead. n. e sev-crltone-thirwell-loade- d the "Show Me" State, Pens a Few Lines. Guilford, Mo., Dec. 28. Enclosed ?!tttitttttttttJI5tJf',,i'a . PRICES CUT! ON ALL 94 OVERCOATS . 1 J4 Call And See. Cummins & 51 8 I x. Wearen, Ss-t.fYfVfVsH- t if 5 It i. WWM Xmas Goods. ft STANFORD, KENTUCKY. I We will show you the nicest line of lotteries ever shown here. X11113 goods 'from Iiric-a-Hra- c all the foreign and Com post-offic- h, Dinner Ware, Novelties. n munity Silverware, Carving Sets aud otherjthiugs too numerous to' mentionj Come and .ee us aud you will agrcejwith us. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ORGANIZED IN 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HASJPAIDJIN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Combines AbioluteJSaiety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. OFFICERS. S. Hocker, President;, S. T. Harris, t. John . McRoberts, Cashier, II. C. Baughman, Asst. Cash'r W.W.Saunders, Bookkeeper. DIRECTORS. F. Iteid, J, II. Baughman, M. D. Ulmore, J. M. Peltui, H.C, Baughman, J. K Cummins, S, T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, W. U OBannon J. S. Hocker. C. 1. Tate. (lug In-sl- ss H. B. NORTHCOTT, -:- - Dealer in -:- - Live and Dressed Poultry, Eggs, Ice, Coa! Wool, Hides, Furs, Salt, Lime, d seng and Feathers. PHONE 35, LANCASTER, KY. Gin- - d HUANUIIJIIOUSK: STANFORD, KY., Thurman K. Tudor, Mgr. Telephone Na, 15!l. well-know- n H- - B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford! ' sjmh --umwm i""" ii- '- bwi jiiipiii wispn - i The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON HON. HARVEYIHELM, ol Lincoln county, li n candidate for re nomination for Congress from the KlRhth district, subject tot ho action o( the demo-cratl- o party. 1 Tom L. Johnson, for eight yean mayor of Cleveland, at noon Saturday formally transferred the ofTlco to his successor, Herman C. Baehr. Johnson is ono of tho picturesque men of the country and a strong man In his State. He possesses Indomitable energy, Is scrupulously honest but there arc those who doubt his judgment in the management of a great city like Cleveland. While popular with people, be made enemies of the corporations, whose powerful fight against him accomplished his defeat. John B. Riffe and family have moved to tho Logan home on Main street. Misses Grace, Sallie and Joslo Goode were at homo from Louis vllle. f during the holidays. George Tucker andf am lly havo moved to tho C K. McClure place for this year. Jess O. Carpenter, our hustling liveryman, has moved from tho Newton block to tho Mac Lo gan cottage. J. W. Allen has rented tho Elias Kidd farm near Kldd's Store, and taken possession. Messrs. McBath and Gann, two excellent gentlemen, and their families, havo moved up from Wayno county to the farm recently bought of John Steele Carpenter. Mrs. H. F. Waller and sister, Mrs. Dowel McCarley, of Okolorfa, Miss , spent Christmas with their parcntslhcre. Jns Fryo and family, of Tulia, Texas, send greetings to their many friends In "dear old Lincoin county " POLITICAL. Stockholders' Meeting m A - Auctioneer! FOR SALE I offer my serTlcei to the people of Lintneetlns of the itoekholde n ot the Flnt National Hank ot Htanford will tx) held at coln county a an auctioneer, riatlsfaeilon guaranteed. II. W. MoWHOUTKIl, their Winking house the second Tuesday In Moreland, Ky K. F. I. No. I January, 1910. for the- purpose of electing year. director! for the ensuing John J. McHonmrra.Cashle r. I Stockholders' Meeting A DRY Htock of general merchandise In Huston Tllle on Main rltn-et- . Well known itand and trade established. Write for particu of the Lin moailnirnf th v. II. .mobbf- coln Oounty National Hank of Htanford will lar to ItustoiiTllle, Ky, 1 hold nt their nankins homo the second Tuesday In January, Nlo, for the purpose of electing uireciursior wie rimiuiR jvnr. W. M. llMiiHT.Oaililer J. J. BELDEN, PEET - CLEMENS HOTEL .1. L. Kt.KiN, l'ror., For House and Carriage Tainting and Trimming, I'aptT Hanging, llniiiiiKl 1OCW.sinUli- nig. nuop opposite ut'iHii, J.J. Hr.t.riKX, Htanford, Ky DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. (irrnaru iiunking t'o , or rriiimrrnanl. mil held their tanking th targe, nlry outside rooms. I'otmiieit Inl Monday nt Janiiart. lulu, forhomepurpose Unit In of the tnntdew b specialty. Hpwlal rnten liy rk , or month. Tin' proprietor la u former Lin- ending directors lur in. 11 n.umg tear. J 1 . tli.Kt,l'iiibler. coln eountv man mid hi friend should lilm when stopping In Ills town. of the What is as important at this Stockholders' Meeting year than good dry serviceable season meeting of the sttckholdersof tliel'rnli A I' Officehs of the American Federation of Labor have issued a call on its 1,500,000 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 $154,000 is to be raised at once. As the labor union and the steel trust arc both powerful organizations a strong Tight may be expected, and, the public will watch it Legislature. At a meeting of the Cabinet officers with much interest. the committee was agreed on to formDemocratic friends and ulate into conventional form tho views presented Judge Frank A. Bul- of President Taft on the subiect of lock with a $2,"0 silver service on his ' whisky production and branding. retirement as couuty judge of Fayette, Tho State ofliciiita will recommend to after 16 years' of excellent service. the Legislature that the State issue We opine the city of Lexington and $1,000,000 in bonds to pay its indebtedFayette county will before long regret ness. Frank James, the Auditor, said their action in turning down this splen the deficit at tho end of the next fiscal did official. year would bo $750,000. Wm. J. Gaynor was installed as MayHorE that the war would be brought or of New York, Saturday. Tho formto an end through the recognition of er Judge had previously taken the oath the provisional government of Nicara- of office and the ceremony of installagua by the United States has been tion was of the simplest character. abandoned. Many believe that two Nevertheless there was a throng as big more battles must be fought, ono in aj the mayor's office would hold to witthe State of Chontales and the other ness the brief ceremony. near Managua. county-officials j Georgo S. WiUon, of Union county, candidate for Speaker of the House, has no opposition. The failure of Gov. Wilison to appoint n member of the Hoard of Control is causing comment and criticism in republican circles in Frankfort. For the first time in its history, the An nil 'Round 15!ncktintli. ytemly State of New Hampshire observed New Employment iind Good Wages. Year's day as n legal holidny, January 1, having been so designated by the last FORSALE! Uo r llotul.ntl rah orchard, itl'it sloi room just across sir t. with nn.t olllee ml r otllee tit three jointng mid a cpttiit. rooms. All iieivrxii outiiiiting. MIIM.l'l HTlHi.oV Kit. Crao Kit hard. Ky WANTED! W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ivy. WANTED TO RUNT SMALL FARM Shoes 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 get the longest wearing and dry-e- st footwear possible. That heavy - acre, two or thrv- miles lrm Mianfmd I'rrfer Innd ixirtly In rultltatloiiaiKl iwrllr in Kas. rtinaii mmse viire a I'. K.. care Interior Journal Olllwi, mihii- ne-m- I want to r lit it small farm of - to ! ford, Ky. "Walk-ove- r anybodys at $2, $2.25 and $2.50 according I rMh.n.THeir Beuwai. Clsus- oicen9.i.iiiHiiuai .Mr'tP-WiWe Ginsr. or rxcanSMn csenltitiK Ume foe s.iy Dank in pncahti sad AtprstB ttcs. wo or yrz . Stock of Merchandise calf shoe at $3.50 and $4. The "Hocker Bootee" leather lined at $5, Old Honest Mike for Sale. ilMtr to mI prlvuldy mv stock of Urn boots and shoes you all know, and that boys Cfrlfinnd HtitMnrt. IKjIuu a good Level Best School shoe just a little better than em. Will .mule Heiium health. I lnul-nl-o- JI..VM. 111 CiKO. 1. H01a!KH. Stanford, Ky. etc. trc dealers nulfcded in 1856 "Cerr luX a cxi.tjn ia I.ctumUe aiw ctn do better Ut jpu tSai f S. D. CARTER, Now Llvorv to size. When it comes to x, ersi ely Dopot Stroot, Phono OG, VI. Snbu. &. Sor.3, 213 k. KarfcrtSt. lOlilStflllC. M STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Rubber Goods we have them all beaten a block. Our all s "M SZXaXB555rG22j;il EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS' G. B. RRUITT. rubber arctics at $2.25 and $2.50, our rubber boot at $4 and our $6 rubber boot with Moroland, Kentucky, Xew supply of Hugs and Druggets. Appropriate Cliri-tmfor all. Call mid ccc. pn-cut- The Louisville Times' 100-pag- e edition i MATRIMONIAL. celebrating tMe 25 anniversary of that' Charles Milner, of Louisville, and excellent paper, is a magnificent effort, Miss Josephine Hudson, daughter of It is full of interesting news matter, Mrs. Hudson, of Danville, were marand liberally illustrated from the first ried last week. Trade Marks Designs page to the last. The paper is a credit I John W. King, aged 19, and Miss PnovniCMTS Ac. not only to the publishers, but to the1 Hannie Hlythe, 14, of Lewis county, AnrMia tending a sketch and dtflcrlptlnn r m? w iisriiii-wero married at Maysville. The bride's State at large. Com muni i t on 1'AletiLft father gave his consent to the wedl afrtinrr for iMtiritiif ttatntn. Ii.iamIs tKtf& The republicans know how to man- ding. (... t 1111 t PAealti . tjxelal not k without charge. In tho age State affairs, wo don't think. With the President of the United When they took hold the treasury con- States as a guest. Miss Louise W.Taft, Scientific JInicricath A bsniliomslT lllnstrslen weekly. COO and now there is tained nearly Jl, 000, his niece, was married in New York to f any si lenliae lonrnal, 'I irtnt. il a a deficit of $750,000 and the rads want George II. Snowden, of Seattle, at the teri four ruontbs, IL BoMkrall releler. 9. Pfl 3StBroadir. NpiV Yfirlf relief from the Legislature. The chan- residence of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1. s.iiMu - Q YV..rilntr.n ?l' II M " iellUVU UUVO JK ces are thev wdl not get it. Henry W. Taft. It is reported that a dot of $1,000,000 Judge M. C. Saufley came into pos! session of his own yesterday when he will be conferred upon the bride when convened circuit court at Danville. His Preston Davie, of Louisville, and Miss legion of friends are delighted to see Emily Bedford, of Brooklyn, are mar Having sold my farm, I will sell publicly ried The marriage will be the on him on the bench again. biggest event in Brooklyn society so WKHSKSHAV. JAN. 1. 1010, far this winter. HUSTONVILLE. tofwlt; I Jt W SPl hand sewed leather soles, are all in a class by themselves. The best rubber footwear on the globe pretty strong but its true. O. H. riit'iiT, Mondniul, Ky. Harry Jacobs, I H. J. McKOBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. condi i ion or Hnler In and Manufacturer of; Marblo and Cranito Monu ments, Markers and 1'otts, Cemetery and ijtttn Vai' , unci nettees. Oltlte itnd works, Mc- Kium-y- v, 1 Wjiyiiesbiirg Deposit1 lianlc, Ol WsynriLurg. Ky.. si Clo- PUBLIC SALE FARM FOR SALE 1 I of Dusmrsi Dec. 31. 1909. four children survive. Levi Harris, an old and esteemed clt izen of Garrard county, died at his home near Lancaster, aged about 70. boy of Mrs. Earl, the Delia Allen, of Albany, was left alone for a few minutes in a room and his dress caught fire, burning him so badful year. ly that he died soon after. We are glad to note the improved condition of Mr. J. F. JefTers, who has A tickliDgordry cougb can boquicK-l- y been in a sanitarium in Louisville for loosened with Dr. Snoop's Cough some time. Remedy. No opium, no chloroform, Galvanl, the great hypnotist, who set nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold by Stanford people wild with his wonder- Penny's Drug Store. ful powers, will be at Alcorn's Opera With the reconvening of Congress in House Friday night. 8. A. Randell, of Somerset, has clos- Washington Tuesday, President Taft ed a deal with Miss Ellen Powers for an is expected to submit his promised views legislation. cottage to bo built on her on tho status of anti-trulot on West Main street. Preventlcs those Candy Cold Cure Hudson Bohon sold his four-acrcrop Tablets-w- ill safely and quickly check of tobacco last week at the fancy price all colds and the grip. Try them once of 15c straight. It pays well to prop- and seel Sold by Penny's erly handle and grade any crop of to- Drug Store. bacco. The impromptu hop at Hotel Weath-erfor- d The toll paid by Kentucky hunters was the enchanting feature of during the open season which ended the Yuletlde and an event which will with the last of the year was 25 injurlong be remembered by the many happy ed, of whom 11 died. Hon. It. W. Wilson, aged 81, a promparticipants. Tho Hustonville Produce Co., under inent citizen ot Crittenden county, is the efficient management of L. A. Fa- dead. Ho had served as county clerk rias, reports a continued increase in its and Representative. In an interview in Chicago Frank business, necessitating additional poul try yards, egg rooms, etc, in order to Fehr is quoted as saying if Alma Kel-nis returned to her parents there handle the buslness'without delay. At the annual election of officers of will be no prosecution. Logan Pratt, Hustonville Lodge F. and A. M., the son of Mrs. following were chosen for the ensuing Ryland D. Pratt, was killed by acciyear: Everett Carson, worshipful mas- dental discharge of a small caliber rifle ter; E.W. McCormack, senior warden; while playing soldier. Fire destroyed the Majestic theater, Walter Careon, junior warden; John BifTe, secretary; J. P. Goode, tyler; J. the postoffice and all but one of the 2G W. Hoskins, senior deacon; O. S. Wil- business places in tho hamlet of Hoi liams, junior deacon; Sam McKlnney, land, Va. Four lives were lost and three per treasurer; John Dinwiddle, chaplain. What would probably have been a sons received serious hurts in a tene disastrous fire, was narrowly averted ment houso fire in Jersey City. last week in the home of Mr, and Mrs. j Agnes Booth, tho famous uctress of John Dinwiddie, For a day and nigh1 . two decades or more ago, is dead in before it was discovered, smoke was I tioston at ine ago ol ua, I The business section of Crawfords-'villsmellcd over tho house, but search failGa was almost wiped out by ed to locate It. Young Lipps, in making a fire ono morning, found the hearth flro. I Chicago is to entertain a convention too hot to stand on and giving the alarm, found a bed of hot coals about or mo unemyioyeu beginning raady to burst forth In a flame. thret-year-old e er e, Look what a reduction on clothing; $22.50 suits or overcoats, $15. $27 50 suits or overcoats at $18 50. Adams Bros. Cleve Dunn and Eph McGill caught CG rabbits in two days last week by using a ferret to run them out of their holes. All merchants report a splendid holiday trade, which, added to their fall and winter business, closes a success- IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. Mrs. William Ballew died of con sumption at Richmond. A husband and Dinwiddie & I mowing muchlne.l drill, lroru crush We. whose names appear below, .trlctly er. Funning Implements of various kinds, 1(0 barrels of corn In crlli.l citrloiul or more forbid bunting. Ilshlng or any kind of tres of baled Timothy hay, lot unlmlwl hay In passing on our places and will prosecute vi barn, tome Household mid kitchen furni- olators tome luneiieuioi me law, Miss Mnttle llevtes, Uelchenl-ncIlroi. ture and many other things too numerous Kred llnuinitnn A.T. Traylor. to mention, A let of side meat and should N. 11. l'lummer. l.llburuOooch, ers. It. IVNunnelley. Will Hester, Hale to liegln promptly at v::si a. m. J, V. Ilaugbman J. W. IVck. Terms made known on dur of sale. David Hteveus, A. II. MoKINNKY, McKlnney, Ky. J. K. Ilruce, Wm.Oordler, John Camentscb. M. U. Klmore, KunTraylor, (lotllliOllck. Kreil Handort. I). M. Anderson J.J.Thompson, Mr. anJ Mrs. Jas. II. Kmls j, r. Closer, . j. iiorton A. KIIHlsn iirs. (leo. Ixigun. Mrs. J.J.KIllott. W. it. Daugherty, Frank Conner, Dr. U. 0. 1'erry, Hev. Father Ieo, ,, i , iinniT,. H. II. Ilaugbman, Uriah Albright r. II. 1WUI, Mrs. Margaret (looch, Jacob Uitnder (leo. O. (livens, W. ll.Truylor rum uooerts. jonn juier, Amend Hchuufer, M.J. Hofinaun, A. II. Matheuy K.T. lleailey Mrs. J. II. Owsley, 1..H. (lamer, II. I.. Kagaley, M.J. Morgan, It. O. Wat kins, H.T. Harris. J.U, Hundley. It. ll.Orow, Mrs, Nannie II. Good, ('. K.McUlure, Anton ltonecker. Anderson On rr. W. M. Dlshon. Krtd Youdruenlgan T. I.. Iluughman Mrs. ltehccca It. Oarinter NIC (ilUIZ, W. Konati. i, r. iiwrence, tl.Hevlvrs, John H. Lee, (llirlstlan Jacob Tom Ferrlll, Kreil l'ayk. W. W. ritman, Alex Cooper, J. Ntvlll Carter. Mrs. W. O. Welch, K. II. Denbam, 11. 0. Anderson, V. II, IIOOQU, T. A. lllce. (iusdelszl. Chris Camenlseh, lteuben Curtis, ns ley npoouamorn James Hmltu, y.iiI,, miner, I. W.Carter, W. l'.drlmes, II. Y. (lalnes W. M. Fields J.I.. Ilolticlnw, up-to-a- ate Mrs. Muttle White. It. K.ualnes. W. V.. Kaeton, Miss Mary l'epplcs, James Messer, A. it. tnoiiiMOV, Ilrood The follow lng property, Marx. In foal to )uck. 1 lluuc Mare, snfe for women und children to drive, yearling S Work Mules, a and t years old, well brokenanil work well any where. 3 milk cows, with oung cahes, itiulls, 1 hornless red bull.Sycnrs old, I yearling Jersey bull, stock lenrllngsteer. I heifer. IV llerkshlre wngon hogs, X (at hogs. 1 phaeton, 1 and 1 set of harness nndplowr gear, lcultlxn-to- r. 1 A No. farm of 166 acres. House tins four rooms and a good cistern. There Is a good laru ami abundance of stock water. This land Isatmit half Virgin soil adapted to raising grass, ha, corn, wheat, oats, hemp and tobocco.and Mali In grass except aliout : acres and is on the plk neiir good schools. cnuruues ana uepot, ana. uas u goou orunaru KESOURCES. Lon, Bonds , Hr-s-- . $51.966 94 50000 Omdrslts HsnVm; unuuutiiuues. Htanford, Kentucky. iMCt Uox 1(11, tri i ! Let Furniture sad Futures..... Due fromBsnsi ..., ..,,,,... ........j POSTED. Ch 277 2.650 1,737 11.297 5.771 37 00 83 30 i Eipfmes for hut months and tsies psid 03 H6I 56 J75.082 03 LIABILITIES: C.pu.1 Stock Surplus Fund Undivided Profits Individual Deposits $ 15.000 600 2.379 56,902 , .' 00 00 78 25 Undivided Profits and Gross Earnings Distributed as Follows: , Expenses and Tssri Camed to Surplus Fund cent Dividend No. 3. 4 Cairied to Unduided Profits $861 400 600 518 56 ' , $75,082 03 $2,379 78 00 00 22 $2,379 78 fr Co., OFFICERS: C. Cooch. PiesiJentj Jsmes A. Hsys, 2nd V. Pres.; L. M. E. Wheeldon. Id V. Pies Slsnley Mcln(oi, Caihier Hustonville, Ky., r Undertakers and, Embalmers. We car ry an line of goods. i3S2ssaaasssaa53S( G. L. Penny It. II. Cofloy E. R. Coleman t"' "r" Vmoi 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 WINTER TOURIST TICKETS TO THE SOUTH and SODTHEAST ON SALE DAILY QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY Slit, 1910 II. C For Full PsrtlcuUrs, call on, or write KINO, P. & T. A.. 101 E. Msia St.. Lcslagioa, Ky. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky, 'I- - 3 . v em. Your ilcclarntion to do without n Will Reconsider Winter Coat when you sec tlio clegnnt garment! we are odering and Cut Price. This Win to' wenther culls for a Cont nml when you can buy nt n rncro trillo compared to their real value. We have ramc fine coats in large that are usually hard to get, hut these go nt CUT PRICKS with the others Good time to get the Children' Cloaks lit small cort. ijt.i .A' 1' ' SEVERANCE liort notice. & SON, second-hand STANFORD KY. CHURCH MATTERS. The hour of tho prayer meeting nt It. IL Hughe -- T. W. Humble W. O. Mnrtiti lr you are looking for frswh oysters the Christian church has been changed A NICK lap rolm will innko a Rood and celery ko to J. D. Horton'a restau- to 6:15. Rev. Walker's sermon on drA.vroiiii. Ky., - Ivn. I. lino Xma present. J. C. McGlary. rant. "Prayer," an entertaining feature of Anotiikr shipment of shoi at D. II. "". . Fox, 8k.. will stand a Jersey the prayer services, will bn cuntined unt a At. ' Somk ureal bufRHinn in box r WhlteV. Bvryi can bull near Bwtn Station nt $1 the sea-m- o til furthf r notice. i IWWMt. fWMHI OMl lo mane room PwssaMiaHMesMaaaaHBesaiaasMRMiwiiiB in advance. ThhC. W. B. M. will meet In th Moiwc at Penny' Drutf Stero. torture, room of the Christian ehuroh at Tim Lincoln County National Hunk 2:30 Wwlntwday. PERSONALS. ( 1ms our thanks for a handy pocket tli mi! ins; fr It ntwlrnnhtvni !w tit i.tunvlll will Pay ywir account at Adam IlreV., diary fillod with important Information. tbrlr tank nf buii.f In II uton lll- hkl Ht MimNamcv YuAflBitrtoUwl Ubanwi nkliK UiSand tint! Tmndnjr in January. Ivio. llustenvllle, ami you will be mure pros frimk. and sevIS a.m., It.r the purptm Wo linve throe fur ofcltvtlnii illrwj-toWantmi, to buy n Rood Lincoln counvkltod Lancas- perous during tho year. tv rr the t iitalH ntr. Huhhkt CAlinwrmt eral neck jiicccs loft tiuit wo will ty farm of the value of $80,000 to $30,. J. W. Ilo KKM,CHhlr. ter frltwd. (HKAT reduction on tailor-mad- e suits 000. AddroM I.ock Hex SOI, Stanford, soli at greatly reduced pricoi. All Vhor. J. W. IiiHLANti spent Friday Adams Ky. See sample ut CoAlion ol The nnd overcoats. Wo do not tliis Fttison'jS goods. in Iuhvlllo. kk llroa.' store, Hustonville. Mil. W.:il. MUUIXHK has lnn Crab Orchard Banking Company, wnnt lo enrry this goods ovor nnd A MAN named Lewis got one of his for ovcraltla. A mo stock of Oliver plows arrived hnve decided that it must go. CRAB ORCHARD. KY.. of Parkavllle. at W. II. Higgins today. Huy one bunds badly cut nt Mclvinntty tho othPuoi T. E. Ci.hi.ani, er day when the member came in Thi i your opportunity. lite CW ( BumcM Dec. 31, 1909. At wai Iicro Friday. and you will hnvo the best. contact with a circular Haw. i Mis Jhnkik Nr.wi.AS vWUim) RESOURCES: Ani "Uncle" Dink Farmer is at last friends. Talk with me before buying a type- BilU $53,799 13 Muh. J. It. I'AXTOS vwltod l.r par- jailer of Lincoln county. "I'roiso the writer, nnd see sample nt my home. T. Oyrfdfaiu 1395 12 l.ord."ns gool old Bro. Barnes used to A. Hrackett, local agent for Standard Hialmg leue and Lot Lancaster. 1,500 00 ents nt PutmluTe and Future 1,500 00 Itowland, Is say. Cakkoli. DutiDBnAR, of Typewriter Exchange, New York. Dueltetn Hanki 11.517 58 down with pneumonia. CaJ. 3.453 23 The new council was to have been Muh. SutAH Kuiianks left Saturday From four below zoro tat Thursday and the city officers III. sworn in Inst night to visit her daughter at Rochester. $73,165 06 for this year and next were to hnve morning to 57 above yesterday morning LIABILITIES! Mk. It. 11. Cowry Is ill Frankfort to is quite n change in tho temperature. Capaal Siotk been elected. $15,000 00 ace the Legislature convene this morn- This is indeed a bid climate in the t Suinlu. 1,700 00 inir. No. t.600. held by "Hub" Cook, of country under the sun. L'uAvaM PreAU 250 53 I'lHafc to Pay Ta 200 00 MusiiambsT. S. Kbnnkiiy and Hoyle, held the lucky ticket that drew 50.0H 53 The directors of tho Lincoln County Dfpwm sle MeKlnney spent Sunday in .the Davenport given nway by CumBiltt KWountJ 6,000 00 STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Fair are requested to meet at the First mins & Wearcn. !(ttUTnNPovM.t of IVrryville. visNational Hank nt 2:30 Friday after$73,165 06 Not nn arrest was made in Stanfoid noon, Jan. 7th. This is the last meetited a mighty;! jirotty girl here last Uudmded Praflu and Grow Earning 79 (during the entire holidays. Did such a ing nml n full nttondnnce is desired. week. Dtfiluled m FsKewa: tho days of MliB. W. It. DlLLIOS, of tondon, thing ever happen during Cipentea foi )rarUiet$t,977 26 IN a fight nt McKinney the other day was the guest of her atoler, Mrs. Jos- open saloons ? We don't think so. Cairml to furplua 150 00 between Ec Yocum and Thomas Gooch Dividend No. 8. 6 per tl. 900 00 eph ColTey. Hon. IUnvKY Helm addressed tho 200 00 the former was severely cutand the lat- fund lo pay Uiet Mim Lbttik McltoniiKTS. of HusincM Men's Club at Shelbyville on 250 53 wns the euost of Mt Anne I) Thursday night. His talk was n stir ter had hN clothing perforated with Camed lndividrd Piofel $3,477 79 They had been at outs for bullets. Mcltoberts. ring one and was given much applause. J. C. BAILEY. Cahier. some time. Coalmont, spent Tom Pbttuh, of tho Lancaster. -- Prof. Galvnni, Christmaatwlth his sister, Mrs. Jamw Condition ol The That amusing play. "Ma's New Hus gcatest of hypnotists, will show nt F. Cummins. tancantcr tonight, Tuesday. Our band," will hold the boards at Wnlton's FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Dn. W. II. I'BNSY, wife and daughter, of Danvill"'. were guests of Mite Garrard county friends should not fail Opera House Wednesday night, Jan. 12. STANFORD. KY, The company is sent here by tho Chas. to see this wonderful man. Marie Mahony. At clote c( Butineu Dec. 31, 1909. Scott Co., of Chicago, and is hlgnly OAKI.KY HoLT7.Ct.AW is very ill with The handsome bracelet found by recommended. peritonitin, appendicitis and is threatRESOURCES. Claiborne Wnlton and advertised in Friened with tjphnid fevir. Miss TO TAXPAYERS LINCOLN COUNTY- .-I Loam, Stock, and Bondi $163.513 14 Vern day's paper, belonged to pretty Mus. J. L. ToTThN and Miss 6.167 57 Jewell Spoonamore, of Hubble, who will have to advertise nnd sell your Omdraiu returned from a trip to Morganfield, Bond, and Premium 51,000 00 property after Jan. 1 if your tax is not U. S. I claimed her property Saturday. Ac Othei Real Eilatc and Henderson 10,066 Banting louse paid in order to mako my final settle- Due from Bank, and Bankcf. 32.661 32 Mn Uabcom 1'Et.KKEY, wife and baThat hustling merchant and clever ment with the State nnd county. Set- Due from U. S. Trcatuter 2,500 00 by, of Johnson county. are with her gentleman, Mr. Sam Kobinson, has our 23.491 14 tle up and aavo this expense. T. J. Catli on Hand. W. A. Carson. father, Mr. thanks for a substantial Christmas gift. Hill, sherilf. MH8. WillIaM Mor.Ei.AND, who has He never Tails to remember us during $309,400 13 LIABILITIES. been with Mrs. W. C. Shanks, return- the happiest season of the year. Statements of the Lincolu County Capital Stock $50,000 00 ed to LexingronSaturday. 20.000 00 Tei.I. Hros., mind readers nt Green-burg- 's National Hank, First National Hank, Surplu. Fund Mr. Jos. II. McAlistkk returned 644 49 Theatorium, told tho audience Waynesburg Deposit Hank and Crab Undivided Profit. to Way. Miss., lastjweck, after a visit Fund to pay 624 35 the other night that tho court house Orchard Hanking Co., appear in this Circulation Tur. to his wife and children here. 50.000 00 issue. Tho statement of tho National 169.335 06 Mkssiis. J. T. Emiiry, W. S. Hurch would be completed and thrown open Hank of Hustonville arrived too late for Individual Depout. 8.456 23 and John 11. Shanks witnessed the op- to tho public on tho first Monday in publication, but will bo in our Friday's Uank Uepo.it. Note, ReuiKounted 10.340 00 May, next. Hettcr late than never. ening of the legislature yesterday. edition. Tho Hank declared its usual Hon J. N. Saunders and daughter, $309,400 13 The new county officers have all 5 per cent, dividend. Ky. Miss Sophia Saunders, spent several been sworn in and have taken charge Crou Earing thi. 6 Month. $6,330 16 days with his father nt Gap in the of the county affairs and the old ones 251 89 To my Friends and Neioihiors.- -! Le't over liom lail 6 Month. Knob. are now "exes." In our next issue we wnnt to commend to the insuring pub$6,582 05 Horn, to tho wife of Mr. P. W. will havo something to say about tho lic Hro. It. Ii. Mahony, of Stanford, and M. G. MURPHY. J. W. ACTON. Di.po.ed ol a. Follow.: Whlpp. a son. The little fellow was a new olliccrs, as well ns their predeces- tho Continental Insurance Company for Dividend $1,500 00 nice Christmas present to the happy sors. the very prompt and entirely satisfac- Premium. Reduced 500 00 parents, tory adjustment of my loss. My house Fund to Pay Tue. 500 00 The F. & A. M. Lodge nt Crab Or nnd household furniture burned Thurs- Tue.Paid News comes from Way, Miss , that 1.051 05 2.366 51 n little daughtcrhas larrived to bless chard elected the following officers for day morning tho 23, and the loss was Eipene, tho union of Mr. nndJMrs. Foster Ualn 1910: G. U. Lvne, Master; C. A. Itcdd, adjusted in full In less than 36 hours. Leave Undivided Profit. 644 49 $6,582 05 S. W.; J. M. Collier. J. W.; M. M. S. G. Elliott. Mlddleburg. McAlister. Winter is now upon ami it will pay you to look through our block before JNO. J. McROBERTS. Cashier; Messrs. C. II ;Reh, of Louisville, Thompson, S D.;S. F. Reynolds, J. buying. Tho best lelt nnd over combination, former price 83.50, now 13.15. and J. L. Conway.Jof Wichita, Kansas, D.;J. M. Wallin, Secretary; J. C. Holtzclaw. After n protracted ill A regnlnr 83 felt nnd overs 82.75, 82.50 for 82.25. A lull lino of Mens', Condition ol spent tho holidays with Jthe family of Hays, Treasurer. J. G. Fletcher, Tyler. ness of heart trouble, Mrs. Walter Ladies', Misses nnd Roys' Rubbers. Men's extra Heavy double front Over-iillHoltzclow passed peacefully into the The Lincoln County National Bank Mrs. Samuel Iteid, atlllustcnville. 94c. A full line of solid lenther Shoes lpr nil members of the family. Friends of Judge J. S. Owsley, Jr.. great beyond on Sunday, surrounded Miss Katiierine Warren, of Tusco-la- , Remember wo carry a nice liuo of Dry Goods, Notions, Hntf, Cajw, Pnntu, and family are glad that they will conStanford, Ky. by her aged parents, Mr. and Mrs. III., who haa beenspending the Dec. 15, uubjed Groceries, Queensware, Hardware, .Etc.. nnd quote tinue to live in Stanford. The judge Alex Mnrtin, with her parents'here, spent sevher devoted husband and to market fluctuations: Rest Patent Flour" 87c for 21 pounds; 2ml patent. will practice law and has rented nn ofclone ut HimliirNH Dec. ill. 'Ol). who loved her At threo eral days at Somerset Sho returned fice 82c. Arbuckles' CofTeo 15c pound: RnkiuL' Powder 4c: Soda 4o pntktt nnd over H.J. McRoberta' store. Judgo dearly. She was 33 yeara old and sinco to Tuscola Sunday. 2 pounds of keg 6odn for 5c;Mntches 4c box; fireproof standard oil 12e gallon Owsley is a good lawyer nnd n fine a child had been a devout member of Mn. A. C Connett has moved his RESOURCESi or Indian Refilling Oil at same price. Wo still luivo plenty of Ohio river speaker and wo predict blsBervlcea will family to tho cottage of Mrs. Nancy tho Christian church. She was an ex Bill. $283,145 82 salt, barrel, lit 81.50. Eggs, 28c. bo much sought. Logan, on Logan nvenue. E. S. Den- cellent woman and her death brings Overdraft. 15.643 19 . M ham, who occupied tho house, moved to 50,000 00 M)ts. Agnes IIeriun and Bona, Vic sorrow to many friends. Great sym- U. S. Bond. tho 1. M. liruco residence on East Owens and James Guest Herrin, and pathy is felt for those whose hearts aro Banking Houie and Future. 3,300 00 Main street. 30.097 82 Mrs, Vic Owons, who have occupied the bleeding because of her taking away. Due from Bank. Tho Cash Rargain Blore, Cauiieix D. Woods has returned to jail residence for tho past eight years, Rev. J. J. Dickey preached her funeral Due from U. S. Treasurer and Cash 30.671 99 Fort Thomas afterhis furlough, most moved to Crab Orchard yesterday be- at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon, after $412,858 82 of which was Ispent with his mother cause they could not get a house here. which the remains wero consigned to LIABILITIES; and sister here. While in Stanford Our people give up this splendid family mother earth in Buffalo Cemetery. $50,000 00 Capital Mr. Woods helped this ofllcu out during with much regret and hope nil tho good L. R. HUGHKH.S. AT E. O. WALTOX.V.Rres. $43,000 00 W. L. M'OAKTY.Prw. Galvani, tho hypnotist, pleased two Surplu. buty spells. several things of this life will como their way. 360 33 Hughes has accepted the When thov can iret a suitable housu good audiences at Wnlton's Opera fund to pay Tate. Mil. L. W. 43.360 33 position of assistant city ticket agent 'here m . Herrin and family will re-- House Friday and Saturday nights. Ho 50,000 00 is possessed with wonderful power nnd Circulation anu leu turn to Stanford. of tho b. & n. at wiuisviue. 14,926 99 those persons he hypnotized wero whol Bank Dtpo.it His many Sunday to begin hisHwork. Tell Bros, mind readers, slelght-of- - ly at ins win. no nau some or tnem Individual Dcxit. 224.571 50 239.498 49 friends hero givo him up with regri hand performers, etc., played Manager turning handsprings, some catching glad of hls'promotion. but uro 30.000 00 Stanford, KontucKy, Emit Greenberg, of tha Theatorium, a butterflies, others crying with tooth-ach- o Bill. Rcducounted LOCALS. dirty trick. They advertised to placo u and others doing fully as ridiculous $412,858 82 man in a box, made bv any carpenter things. Ho Is a remarkable man nnd $9,102 76 Ducount, lateral and Exchange Gold medal Hour at George D, Hop- - in town, and let the box bo nailed up his second visit to Stanford caused as Disposed of a. Follow.; l,er'8- and bound with wire nnd they would much furor hero ns his first. Prof, Farms anil Town Property Handled on Comniiion. Stocks ami llonuV Vaudeville each night ut Thea- get him out without breaking tho box. Galvani is a splendid drawing card nnd Paid Cuirent Expense and Taxn $4,450 60 152 16! Debt. t)ld. II you Hnvo Property to Sell or Rent Notify Us. Bad torium. They wero to do this Friday night, but is tho best ono man show on tho road. Paul 1,500 001 Paid Dividend No. 23 Writo lor Circular to III silt onu of tho brothers got mad and left. Opera houso managers should contract imn ml Surplu. New lino of faucy ginghams, calicoea The trick was then postponed until Sal with him if they have tho opportunity. Paid lo etc., at White's store. urday night, but tho other brother Prof. Galvani will show at Lancaster $9,102 76 u Tuesday, and at Hustonville Wanted To Rent, A house of six eneaked oil on tho 2:40 train that af W. M. BRIGHT, Chic. ternoon. Friday night. or seven room. W. W. White. The Interior Journal. Fur Sai.k- .- A fjooim delivered anywhere in town on gy. This orrke. W. W. White. top bug- pr ir ; Stockholders' Meeting - m 09 in Mi hi rt Camp-bell-ibur- 1 HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., ht-x- Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Dan-vltt- $3,-17- Lsn-rni.l- Our Store Will Be Closed January, 11 and 12, During Which time We Will Take an Inven torv of our Stock. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, WINTER GOODS! c. holi-da- 280-poun- d MURPH Y A ACTON, Kings Mountain Ky. ... Stanford Real Estate Co., m m L. R. HUGHES, Secretary. Stanford, Ky. 1 Jf FARMER'S DEPARTMEHT. FARM FOR SALE OR KNT. milk cowa for sale. W. F. Two fresh Diahon, Stanford. R. F. D. No. 1. Oontalaa 11 Kerni. best tobacco In ml In Sixty-nin- e good, young ewes for aale the county, IS rpllfs from McKtnney. Will at Stanford at BitorJ in Pot-Ofifour lias two C. K. McClure, sell or rent, the other dwellings, on ot Two MMrtifre&Mt mailer. at n bargain at once. ot two rooms. rooms and orchards of nearly ( trees, ToImicco Imrn Moreland. mat win noiu macros ot tooacco cneaprsi There left my place between Dec. 15 farm In Kentucky at price. L.-Se.n.IiK.VWNKIt, 20 a black sow with whito spots. and MoKlnner, Ky, No. It, Month, II its P. M. Will weigh about 125 pounds. Richard No. StHouth, 10: 14 A M, No. 4, North, 4:10 A. K. Hockcr, Stanford, R. F, D. No. 2. No. n. North, 6:tv r. m. A fund of $70,000 to care for favorite No.T7,10:A. M. TRIBBLE & PENCE, NO.,!40P. H. horses and dogs and over $25,000 left household servants, aro among the beJOS, 8. RICE, Agent. Furniture and Undertaking. quests of Charles Francis Wright, who The Interior Journal. NOTICE I i . -- , W'B.fcll.Ah.t..M-- . '."-- - ,uy ii.iivii.in nigur irienns anu nel "J .A ,or IT, nursery . grown, rrlceinrnrvasonable. Adand well ..inrriuiiTwiiecteu.cifan.iiiriny dress J..AI aii'ivr.!., Kings Mountain, Lincoln Uo., Ky, n"lrown RUBBERS. We have a complete stock of the TITOETHBLE HOME FOR SALE I llM..l...ull ...r .lut oi nil necessary outbuildings.eignt rooms and one .ot contains acre, divided Into cow lot on which Is roomy tmrri. buggy house, corn crib, etc. tlood garden sjiol.Thls is a desirable place, local-con corner of Whitley nnd Miller streets. n. mii.i.ui.AW, Htanford, Ky," d rai.. ...... j. maro mules, cattle, a pair of Surgeon three and four vears old. and a pair of John G horse mutes, fat. STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Lynn, Iiustonvllle. Office over McRobcrU' Drug Store in wagon team d I have an wagon the Owsley Building. for sale. Also a horse for sale; or I will trade him for a eood drivlnir horse. This horse will weigh about 1,100 and a good one. 0. D. Carter. " Lincoln IkIrc No. 80 F.A A. M. wlllmeet ... An.i.iimlitiitlnn nn pnrh first ntin A barn on the Patchen Wilkes stock MM third Monday nights of each month, .,nt 7 - farm in Fayette, belonging to W. E. BMV O CIOCK IU lllCir llltll Ull llli. .!...D. Stokes, of New York, was destroylord, Ky. Members ot sister lodges lire . Invited to bo present. T. ed by fire and 29 valuable thoroughbreds Bee. also the property of Mr. btokes, were burned to death. The loss will reach lGJ-han- d eight-year-ol- A. S. PRICE, Dontlat, MASON'S MEET. died In Boston. For Sale. 20 extra nlco yearling Day Phone '28. Night Phone 133. SURVEYING AND CIVIL NEERING. ENGI- .BALL BAND." Such as the "Ladies1 Storm Rubber." Stanford. Kentucky. Farms for Sale! u' lion. th following fnrms for snle, These farms hnte Nen bought by us for the standing timber. We hate no use for the farms andnlll sell tbem on easy payments I Ain crfimrnl toilnnll kln.tanr flitPfovliKf ftiJjJcHllrnitliiiwrinii promplly. My work HIT priCCl BTO "" "'' nuninuirwi nilU MnKliiimv (ircnll rPtiwi POnnble. Wrltft Ill nt over ih telephone through tb fluitouvlllr M'A LfRIl MaKIN'NKY. NOTICE--! w Arctics, Men's and Boys' Felts. Arctic Rubber Boots and Overshoes Prices from 50c to $4. . Fall and Winter Stock. exHave your measure taken by n tailor of low perience. Then your clothes, whethero price business suit or the finest evening clothes, lll have that Individuality and fit which plainly indicate they were made to your.mensure. 1 will also take your measure for extra trousers, fancy vests, top coats and overcoats. Kail and winter samples on hand ready, for your Inspection. U.O. KUl'LKY.TheTollor. Stanford, Ky. some of the used on the weed still lingered In the g CUT FtOWEBS.FOI. SALE! stalk is not known. Bargain. 354 acres of good land, of J can furnish the public with the best, as well ns the freshest of cut flowers, plants of all kinds, bulbs, potted flowers,oton short which 100 acres is bottom land, eight-roowreaths notice. Also mnke a specialty dwelling, two good stock barns, lor for funeral purposes. In connection with the above, I have all new tobacco barn, 3Gx96, Ice house, kinds of vegetables on hand nt reasonable buggy house, two corn cribs, etc., two PrlCe"'0HIU8TMAN (1UKEN IIOUHEB. good cisterns, the whole farm being Kb IlUIIHAKD, l'BIIK. Htanford, Ky. well watered, well fenced and lavs well. Will sell as a whole or cut 200 m 120 ncres. S mile from Morris, three ml es on Tuesday, theTthday of Decemlier, Imiu , om Hnteslllconn free gravel roan pi iiiuit, lipasses place. nes my linndiiiiiii .mti t'rniieniiary, Hell Independent Telephonekulld f this NolHjmberW, Iww. 1 as a .! eilil tlll. HOI IIAIIUIM, ,OflH 1 1 TOO 111 brk'K lir.ishnihtnilrhurolii4. pnlntwl, hoiiM'. Mate roof, nil rmniu fresco A.ftlhislljl. .. $10,000. raraw, unci, uumu ! cellar unurr wnoiecontaining11.11.fruit trees, Fruit And Ornamsntal hi feeding cattle bolonglng to lniii,aiiorchntil large entile burn, SOW, A herd of ood vineyard, one large griuiery nnd n Reese Owings, a Bath farmer, got into one borse barn. Wli'si. condition. I .and Is nil tool-hounil In good Everything fornrchard. I.awn nnltdnr-den- . a field In which tobacco had been grown leTelwltligoodilrnliiBge.lt ncres standing Ontnlogue on Appllcillon. tlml'rwasreiiio-eeat- tlmber.ajncreson which now In good pas- l the past season and as a result of the iast thret years Is No Agents. The ing the stalks six of them died. Wheth ture, balance of land In cultivation.replacbuildings on this farm could not be er the tobacco killed them or whether ed for harvested this H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS, There has been paria green which had been year 30 bushels of whenlto nn acre ntid M Farm No, I. You nre herehv notlfletl lli.tTuni Itnr.i. Ijo is now co nil mil in the Htnte iKnltentl-iir- y for shooting one Klavlus tlreer, will make application to the mate Hoard .. of h( Prf.flll f ffittlfiila.lmi.. VrnitW.., ,' Trait Come In And Sec Our Large Line. Best Quality-'T- he Ball Band." bushels corn to nn acre. Our price on this farm Is SV. Lexington, Ky. Insures Tobacco and Tobacco acres with improvements, to suit chaser, which includes 100 acres as Barns. lnd..lwo 117 ncres, 8 miles from miles from Knochsburg, S miles from frame house, n Ilntest til.. Ind. One house. This large Ixirn, grnnery nnd tool wns used on Innd Is rolling, n self.Mnder picrvimrt nf the land. iSacres of good creek lu.tiniii. id ncres now tn standing tlmlwr. : ncres wheat sown and In good condition. This fnrm will raise food tobacco, corn and w heat. Our price on this farm Is IUl nnd we all standing llmlx-- over 15 Inches on stump is Inches from ground. r Farm No. 2. Newpolnt, REWARD. considerable aunorance nnd damage from outlaws. In breaking gate latches and tearing down and destroying my gates, on the county road that ruus through my farm, I hate concluded tnolTer a reward fur Information leading to the conviction of such erson or jiersons. I will mrrr lurr KlTW Hie sum Ul I.I1 lor lllior- inntlon leading to the nrrest nnd conrlctlon of any Hirty or parties, thnt bate broken the latches on any of my gatcs.or that linve sawed down or torn down any of my gntes on thn county road which runs from the HuitonMlle turnpike to the Mllledgevllle turnpike, through my farm; and I will give iiie.aine auiuuni lor iiuormaiion lenillug to the arrest and conviction ol any mrty or parties who In the future commit aiir ol the ative otlenses W Itness my nnnd this lOtli day of August, IKS'. T J. II 1. Unit. surfered 1 Ilalng SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD.KY. pur- 151 acres, ln s4 mile from llayinond.lnd., fine which has n public school, Ualbollc church bottom land as there is in the county. and Methodist cnurcn, lour aim it mm uinr. railroad station. A This is a bargain. See L. R. Hughes, froniMorrls.il and good tiaru and grnnery. frame house Is rolling and all has been under This Innd Stanford, Ky. cultivation, some bottom ground, good fenres around entire fnrm. HUty acres Th Insurance Man, standing timber. This fnrm will make n Resolutions of Respect. good tobacco farm ami will rnlse wheat and STANFORD, KY. prlco Is H.W. Resolutions of respect by the Lincoln corn. Our 36; Office, S. Residence Phone Farm No. 4 County Medical Society: Insure with me and be fully rfi ... fuiir miles from Metninora. six At the lonely hour of midnight en mil... fnwii iirookllle.county sent of Frank protected. lin county. This farm Is rolling land. Sfo Aug. 20, 1900, the spirit of Dr. L. B, acres new ground on which timber tins been inree large touui-i-Cook took its flight to Him Who gave removedS three yenrs. dwelling houses and farms, good frame it and left the pain wrecked body to be mhwr imllcllncs. There was two crops otto- the past two years on this bacco viewed upon earth for the last time by qualityraisedQuantityfarm wastlrst class. If you and companion, grief are Interested In this farm write us and we a broken-heartegive jou additional iniormiuion, ""We are In position to do all kinds of con- stricken children, brothers and sisters will Weenpect to sell all of the atnue (arms creting, such ns lilock Work. Pavements We will furnish next and. In fact, we can make any thins from i" and a multitude of sorrowing friends. within thelinwtiiif at days.title and enn glie .iitirupt clenr house down to a fence post. We can serve Therefore be it resolved possession of an of the ntxne arms. Our guarantee you promptly and balanc 11) yearly pa work and material. Call and get our prices 1st. In the death of Dr. Cook the terms nre H cash,mortgage wltbOixT cent, ments, secured by before you buy your material t least. medical profession has lost one of its interest, ltatesvllle Is located oil the rail- o Ht. I., Division of thel'.O. U. rt) ablest and truest members, the home a road. W miles from Clnclnnntl, O.. and us on Indianapolis, miles kind, loving husband, Indulgent father, nnd wefrom show you these Ind Call write farms or will the community a most faithful, elilcient us. Stanford, Ky. Co., servant, society its best example and UatesMlle, Ind. 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 Farm No. 3 Nothing'But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, We Have Received A Carload of Buggies direct From the Factory. NOTICE! CONCRETING first-cla- d Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns in the West End In- surance Agency. Get your policies written right in a good company by nil 1010 etylos. C'lcati ami fn-et-, Wc will rejire-ecfour factorii'ii, uml kindly axkn it tliarc of your patronage. Cmno in ami look nt our dock nml make edoctiotn I will have tlitiiu finish! according to specification?, ns our limitetl xtcc will nut ullow a larger ttock, conio early. ut I'M-cag- PHILLIPS BROS., The Hillenbrand W.J. CAMPBELL, Iluatonvllle, Ky. W. H. H ICC INS, Stanford, Kentucky. INSURANCE. R. B. MA.HONY To- Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life.LiveStock.Health and Accident, Plate Glass.Suretyon Bohds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without bacco Barns,! Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Insures Tobacco, 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. Bring Your Forced Into Exile. Wm. Unchurch of Glen Oak, Okla., was an exllo from home. Mountain air, he thought, would cure a frlghtfu lung-rackin- dis-cou- nt. J.L.Beazley&Co., cough that had Jelled all for two years. After six months he returned, death dogging his steps. "Then I bejjan touseDr. King's New Discovery," he writes, "and af- ,ter taking six bottles I am as well as ever." It saves thousands yearly from desperate lung diseases. Infallible for Coughs and Colds, it dispels Hoarsenes and Sore Throat. Cures Grip, Uronchitls, Hemorrhages, Asthma, Croup, Whooping Cough. 50c and $1, trial bottle free, guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. g remedies Printing To Its causa. Is blood pressure nothing Pain Uconxettlon. 1m usually. At lmst, to says Or. Bhoop. and to hs has created a little pink tablet. Thai Stots Itcalled Dr. Hnoor'a Headacbe Tablet eoaxM blood pnssura away from rain centers. Its effect Ischarmlrur. pleaslnily dclljbttul. tienUy thomh safsly. It surslf euualliea Um blood clrcu. latloo. If you hare a headache. It's blood pressura. II lis painful periods with women, same, causa. If you are sleslou. restless, narrctu. It's blood coniesUon bloud pressure. That surely Is a certainty, for Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablet stop It In 'JO minutes, and the tablets simply dlstrlbuta U unnatural blood pressure. Bruise your Cnrer. and doesn't It ret red, and n. swell, and pain you? Of course It does. It's blood pressura. You'll find It where pala Is always. Its simply Common Sense. Wa Mil at 25 cents. nd cheerfully recommend fain In the head pata anywhere, has PAIN tln i Che Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Capital, Surplus, Resources, S:H. SHANKS. PRESIDENT' J. 8. PAXTON, $50,000.00 40,000.00 340.000.00 W.IM BRIGHT, CASHIER, J- - W- - ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER. CLERK. Headache Tablets STORE. PENNY'S DRUG Dr. Shoop's DIRECTORS! -- - ss m .i s Playing Safe. The year is clean, devoid of blame; The year is pure, I hastily advance the claim As being sure. The J. 1). HENRY John INTERIOR Ovutey, Stanford; S. II. Shanka, Stanford; Geo. V Carter, Sunforl I). Foster, Stnuford; V. II. Shauka, Stanford; T. C. Kan- kiu, Lancaster; J. H. I'axton, Staufonl; Y. II. Traylor, Gilbert Creek; 11. L. ilubblo. Lancaster; W. II, Cuniniins, I'reacliereville; Lillnirn Oooch, Gilberts Creek. era. Under tiKers and Embalm Also Dealers in They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. '.Prices Right. The year is pure, the year is young And clean, I wis, No poet with a serpent's 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 WATTERSON'S PAPER Weekly Courier Journal -- JOURNAL Office , JWffV('pjjkiWii IP'S'' The Wintry Blasts May Come, And tliu Haiii und Hnoj- Kail, hut your fctock will keep warm iu - ST4NFORD. - KENTUCKY. Scolded Boy's ihrloks J.C. McCIary, n $ B fc." M. ! v4b J15M? 2X?i? !? "Trvftf y& horrlQol his grandmother, Mrs. Maria Taylor, of Nobo, Ky., who writes that, when all thought he would die, lluck-len- 's Arnica Salve wholly cured him. Infulllblo for Hums, Scalds, Cuts, Corns, Wounds, UruUes. Cures -Sores, Dolls, Skin Eruptions, Chilblains, Chapied Hunds. Soon routs Piles, JV? at Penny's Drug Store. Fever- .AND. Nunnelley's New Stock Yards Plenty ol Covered Pens und Feed and Water. Host market in tho State. So bring them on. I. M. Hum:, Awutunt. Second Monduy. Best The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YI2AK FOR Court Day, Work Lowest Prices andortakor. Embalmor and stealer InlHarnoss, Saddlor), STANFORD, Mli.ftioo1:iT. The demon rum appears to some To be a dragon, So gladly now they take a vow To flag the llagon. The New Year's dawn sees many on The water wagor. m ONLY $I.5Qe few people In the United Hutc Lava not l. Democratic heard of the to all things, fair In all things, cleau In ull things, It Is essentially a family paper. Ily a special arrangement we are enabled to of oue L fur the WEEKLY year and this paper for the price named abose. Bend your subscription for the combination to us not tc the Ooutler-Jou- r Courier-JournaUOUUIKII-OUUNA- KY. ilomejf uont SI. I'alns of rfoiiit-u- . bead pains, or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with Dr. Sboop's .Pink Pain Tablets. See full formula on 25c box. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. im m Mil. FARM Kit; Muko your homo in modern for your family u a city residence, und placo yourself in it unitlnii to get tho luUiit mtrkct quotutiona ut uny time. TliU can bo accomplished by moiiis of our telephouo service, which you und your uuighlora cju get for it aum tlmt U nut ill coupared with our notirou oflije or writo iliroet to the benefits received. C.tll or uddr headquarter, Nruhvillo, Tenn,, for inform tion rogardiu' our spiciul "Farmers' Lino" rate. If you tiro not ut present enjoying teloplniu S3rvic3, wj can immediately interest you. Our liuoi cover the Sutoi of ICtiitiuky, Louisiaiit und tho Stutlnrn pirtion of Iiduiu ail 'IVuncrisuc, MUais-iippi- , EAST TKNNl-SSdTEL. A TKL. CO. Illinois. IINCOKPOIIATICU) RURAL TELEPHONES.