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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t I t Ii THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 7 1910 N0 90 U BRODHEAD Miss Essie Pike of Llvlnmton in with relatives here Tho firm of Albright Adams will beI dissolved Fob 1 and each mun will go Into the Roods business aloneISaycrs Bros Hatnm have sold their saw mill to Wm Drown und Gw Al bright The mill will soon bo rnovwl from its present site In tho Bayers neighborhood to a point near Leo Lick where a tract of timber belonging to liastln of Crab Orchard will be saw ed- t Will tho party who gave us the following Item please pardon us for omit tlnR It last week At tho regular nice tion and installation of offcer Mon day the 27thor Iast month Urodhend Lodge tfo 560 F A M Installed the following officers Dr W E Gravely- W M F L Durham secretary Syl van Borders S W Julian Borden J W i A M Iliatt S D W H An deraon J D J C Cherry Treas j J Slgman Tylor Ed Smltn and C II Frith Steward Thedebato between Hev G W Hob tho onltjotnight when Rev Roberts affirming opened fire upon the Mormon Tho subject to bo discussed this week or in six discussions of two lectures each from each side js whether or not the soculled Church of Christ Is a Uible church Eachll aide is being ably dis cussed Rev Roberta Is high up with F the denomination he represents while Elder Long is highly educated and well l crud In the Mormon doctrine Next week six moro nights will begin when 5 o thoNMormon will affirm that his church Is scripturally founded Rev Roberts will deny it Tho debate is very Inter t eating and IB drawing a large crowd to this place The chapel at the Graded I School building IK being used to accom modate tho crowd which Is attending I Edward Hublmrd of Stanford is moderator for Rev Roberts and Elder J W Mctcalfe of Louisville for Elder Long Rev A J Pike is president Eider John Hart another Mormon el der of Laramie Iowa Is with Elder LongOfficers andof the House Senate OflUera of the House- SpeakerGeorge S Wilson Union countyChief ClerkJames E Stone Louis ville Assistant Clerk William Wicker Crittenden count- ySergeantatArmsC W Longmtre Lexington Enrolling ClerkMiss Amy Lyons FrankfortDoorkeeperJoseph T JEmbry Lln coIn county JanitorWarren R Shacklett of Meade county Cloakroomkeepers Street Russell Todd county andA E Kenton Rob L ertaon county Officers of the Senate President Pro TemConn Linn Cal lowey county Chief Clerk George H Peters Lou- Isville Assistant ClerkJesse M Alverson countyi Miss Jennie McDon ald Frankfort Sergeant at ArmsMott Ayres Ful ton AsalstlntSe at Arms Gates Young Owcnsboro- DoorkceporI B F Pembcrton Shelby county fa Cloakroom KeeperS 0 Catlett Princeton HUBBLE It F Sloans salo was very well attended f considering tho cold weathers Household goods sold well mules brought 350 milk cows 2250 to M3 Squire James McKcchnlo has been on tho sick list for a few days T C Rankin went to Atlanta this week D i F Rankin has moved to tho J P In gram farm in Garrard county Mr Bona and Misses Jessie and Jean McKech nie visited their uncle Mr Wm Mc Kcchnio at Marcollus this week Mrs Campbell of Somerset Is visiting her brother James McKechnie Napoleons Grit was of tho unconquerable oeversav die kind tho kind that you need most whoa you have a bad cold cough or- lung disease Suppose troches cough syrups cod liver oil or doctors have all failed dont lose heart or hopo Take Dr Kings NaY Discovery Satisfaction Is guaranteed when usedi for any throat or lung trouble It has saved thousands of nopoloss sufferers It masters stubborn colds obstinate coughs hemorrhages la grippe croup asthma hay fever and whooplngcough ami Is the most safe and certain Come dy for all bronchial affections 50c Ji Store H Trial bottle free u at A Pennys Drug MATRIMONIAL W E Estea and Miss Eliza Hong t were jollied heart and hand a few days sinceAt Madison Ind John Wyatt aged 80 und Mrs Mollie Hughes C9 wero mat one- Jumcs T Hulley and Miss Ella H Preston were mirriud at Harrodsburg tho other dnyIMrs L D Cardwell of liar reds burg announcos the engagement of her daughter Mis Tubbets Cardwell tol Adolph II Bones of Cincinnati 0 The wedding will tako place Tutffday AI G Bberluirt whoso marralge t Miss Elvira Snydor Miller formerly of Louisville took plnee in Cincinnati last summer has issued a statement in whiih ha stuton that he and his wife have separated Thomas C Mobley a prosperous young farmer and Mlw Lillian P Garner of the East End will be married Jan 9 by Rev Burke The prospective bride Is an exceedingly 4iandjomo and attractive young woman and Is very popular with all clauses On Wednesday 21th Mr Ftances E Glougie of Centcrvflle and Miss Nan nla Anderson of Sanger surprised their many friends by driving to Fres no and taking upon themselves the vows that made them husband and wife The ceremony was performed by Rev Duncan Wallace of tho Cumberland Pryesbyterlan church at 2 oclock in the afternoon The bride is the daugh ter of Mr and Mrs T O Anderson and belongs to one of Sangers well known families and Is a charming young lady The groom Is a son of Mr and Mrs A V Gluugic and belongs to ono of Sanger most prominent fami lies and is liked by all who know him That evening they returned to theI homo of the brides parents where they received tho congratulations orI their many friends They are now at homo on their ranch Northwest CenI terville Both of these young people ere well known in the younger sociill circles and start off in married harness with the very best wishes of a large number of friends Sanger California Journal Tho bride is a niece of Chief of Police It D Carter of this place and a daughter of Mrs Rosa Anderson formerly of the Turncrsyille section MATTERS A protracted meeting began at the Methodist church at Moreland Wednesday Rev Roberts the pastor Is be- Ing assisted by Rev Flanery of Kingwood The Methodist congregation will wore ship at the Christian church Sunday Rev D M Walker will fill the pulpit In tho morning and Rev J J Dickey atnightRev George B Wyatt pastor of the Christian church at London has accepted a call to become pastor of the Tenth Christian church In Paducab Ho succeeds Rev C E Jackson who reigned to become an evangelist in Jet ferson county 4 Those Pies Of Boyhood Hon delicious were tho plus or boyhood No pies now ever taste so good Whats changed the pics No Its you Vouvo lost tho strong wealthy stomach the vigorous liver tho active kidneys tho regular bowels boyhood Your digestion Is poor mod you blnmo tho food Whats needed A complete toning up by Electric Bitters of all organs of di gestion Stomach Liver Kidneys Dowels Try them Theyll restore your boyhood appetite and apprecia ion of food und fairly saturate your body with now health strength and vigor 603 at Pennys Drug Store Mrs KnowslttThopeopleIn the next apartment have bought a graph phone Mr Knowsitt Thats all right Im going to give our boy a horn and a drum on Christmas The Mann bill providing for the administration of tho Panama Canal Zono passed tho House 119 to 102 The measure abolishes the Isthmian Commission and invests the legislative executive and judicial power on tho isthmus In the President of the U S A Congressional investigation of the Genera Land Office and the forest sere vices of the government growing out of the socalled Pinchot controversy is provided for in a joint res olution which was ittroduccd in the two Houses of Congress S t Garrett S Wallof Maysvllle was named by Gov Willson to fill the va cancy on tho Board of Control of Char itable Institutions Mr Wall is a prom- Inent attorney at Maysvllle a lifelong democrat and former Confederate sol icrBecoming entangled In a belt in acorn crushing mochine Wallace V McCormick a wellknown farmer of I Winchester was fatally wounded NEWS NOTES Miss Francis Allen took her life at New Orleans because she was losing her eyesight Representative James M Griggs of the Second Georgia district died suddenly at his home at Dawson Ga John W Fowling editor of the Nich olas County Advocate suffered a second stroke of paralysis this week His con dition is criticalIBarney Dreyfus nnnonccs that the Pittsburg ball team will go to West Baden Ind March 7 to begin training for the coming season IJames Smith died near Bristol Ten nessee from tho effects of booze Ho had been drunk continuously since sa loons opened at Bristol Six men were Injured by tho explos ion of an ammonia tank in thewart house of the Pennsylvania Cold Store age Co of Philadelphia Frank Crabtree and Frank Perkins are wanted at Somerset on tho charge of murdering robbing and burning An drew Ramsey near Stearns At Nashville Lizzie Crenshaw cutth throat of John M Jennings with whom she lived She was placed in jail where she hung herself Jealousy Is assignedJohn Rockerfcllcr Jr was sworn In as foreman of a grand jury in New York the special mission of which will be an investigation of the socalled white slave traflc Eleven persons are dead as the result of eating canned peaches containing ptomaine poison at Sawtelle Cal All are members of a family which was the first to settle in Santa Monica When he saw his favorite horse dead nearCovingtonen the animal for 25 years and was so attached to it that he would allow no one else to care for It Richardson Watson an old slave and only Negro resident of Elliott county died at Sandy Hook The Negro leaves valuable property which was left him by his master but which will revert to the State since ho leaves no heirs Passenger train No 10 an accom modatlon on tho Louisville Nash ville was stdewipcd near Howling Green by through passenger train No 3 from Cincinnati Nobody was killed brut about 12 of the passengers were se riously injured Thomas Smith 16 years old was killed at Empire Station Logan coun ty by an unknown man who was rising between cars on a freight train which was passing the station on the plat form of which the boy was standing shooting Roman candles A carload of geldings raised in wes tern Iowa recently sold In tho auction ring at Sioux City according to re port for 422 per head They were taken by a firm in Duluth Another load brought about 385 These were mostly horses out of high grade Per cheron mares and by Amerlean bred Percheron stallions MIDDLEBURG A H Royalty is proprietor and general manager of the Yosemite hotel nowThe weather has been propitious for raising winter crops of tobacco and oth er products of the farm Hart Coffey who was elected con stable In this precinct failed to qualify and that olllco is now vacant W T Moore caught a large wild duck in a steel trap a few days since Ho set the trap for a muskrat but the duck cacao that way first and was caupht The officers and teachers of the Baptist Sunday school treated the children to candy Sunday Misses Minnie Hans ford Mary Bryant and Willie Fogle had charge of the matter and did their part well Wm Watkins has bought Mrs Mary Adams farm on Fishing creek near Waynesburg for 1800 and will try his hand at raising tobacco R B Young has bought of Rev J S Taylor 15 acres of land opposite the Methodist church and Is having it laid off into town lots which he will put on the market in the near future Prof and Mrs M H Judd of Bar bourvillc spent tho holidays with Mrs Mary R Fogle hero Miss Salena Jones Is at Arabia Lincoln county visiting Miss Cleola Jones Mrs Laura Lee and daughter Miss Bessie returned from Kingavillo Sunday Rhodes Yea ger of Georgetown returned homo yesterday ufter several days spent with McD Fogle Prof J S Law horn loft Tuesday morning for Oklabo ma to attend the land sales A Frightful Wreck of train automobile or buggy may causeeuts bruises abrasions sprains or wounds that demand Bucklons Ar mca Salveearths greatest healer Quick relief and prompt euro results For burns bolls sores of all kinds J eczema chapped hands and lips sore eyes or cores Its supreme Surest 1 pile cure 25o at Pennys Drug Store 0 1l R R aRl RRRlR1R1R 1PtP R1RRrP R a 1 eIR fP C as 2 i4I44 t CUTfII t a c- 4A 4 L4 6A 44 44 a4as44 to 44 44 oni1ra94 94 94 96 j4 JJOVERCOATS4g4 4 y4 44 A o rsra 4 ilar r 9 l ff Call And See lii- c 9 9X 4 4 Ii Cummins Wearene- t I 9 s 69 4 STANFORD KENTUCKY 4 a- 4t CCCcI 4 2 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Ed Hamncr Is dead at Danville Pat Rooney is dead in Richmond the result of a fall J Perry Colyer aged 82 is dead at Somerset Thomas Alexander aged 23 Is dead In Mercer after a protracted illness of consumptionCharles ng of Madison is under arrest at Richmond for failure to sup ply his family Some unknown scoundrel shot C L Huffman a Mercer county farmer In tho ankle while he was at his barn late the other evening Mrs Martha Corder her daughter Mrs James Ktdd and three small chil dren were consumed In a fire which destroyed their home at Plavens in Wayne couuty John Gregory a Wayne county farmer by mistake oiledhis pistol withjnl troglycerine When he snapped the hammer an explosion followed and he was dangerously injured The four ycar old daughter of J J Holliday of Mercer fell in the fire and was burned to death A threeyearold daughter of George Young fell against and received fatal burnsIProf W H Demotte for six years one of the most prominent educators of the deaf and dumb In the UnltedlStates died at his home in Indianapolis He was SO years old and was born at Har rodsburg this State Archie Brasher aged 15 was instant ly killed by Sidney Johnson while the two were hunting near their home in Marion county Young Johnson was prostratedover the accident and refus ed to leave his dead companion Sam Arthur who recently moved to this city from Monticello and went in to the grocery business was arrested and taken to Monticello for the robbery of the postofflce at that placeon the 8th of last November Somerset Jour nalDuring the seven days of the present holidays under no saloons there were six arrests for drunkenness During tho holidays of the last year saloons there were 37 arrests made during the same length of time for same offense Somerset Republican While attempting to sit down In a chair at her home in Lancaster Mrs W H Kinn lrd one of the bestknown women In that section of the State fell to the floor and broke her hip Owing to her advanced age 84 it Is feared the shock will prove fatal Work 24 Hours a Day The busiest little things ever made ore Dr Kings Now Life Pills Every pill Is a sugarcoated globule of health that changes weakness Into strength languor Into energy brain fag into mental power curing Constipation Headache Chills Dyspepsia Malaria 25o at Pennys Drug Store 1 FIRST NATIONAL BANK it QJ Ti1 tsats STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED 1N1882- CAPITAL STOCK 50000 I SURPLUS EARNED 200001 = HASJPAID1IN DIVIDENDS 5216 00 Combines AbioluteSafety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Dipojtt Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account JB OFFICERS 1 S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePresident John j McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cashr WWSaunders Bookkeeper iwmtHurr=DIRECTORS 4 F Reid J H Baughman i M D Elmore J M Pettus H C J F Cummins S THarris no C Robinson W B OBannon J S Hocker C E Tatet GEORQEJH FARRIS Stanford H B NORTHCOTT f o Dealerin J V Live and Dressed Poultry Eggs llce5 Coal Wool Hides Furs Salt Lime Gini f seng and Feathers PHONE 35 LANCASTER SKY J BIUNCHiIQU3E 3TANFORD KY TuimuanK Tudor Mgr Telephone No 153 H B NORTHCOTT Stanford L The Interior Journal 1 Eo C WALTON HON HARVEYHELM i ii candidate for re1 Eightmdistrict subject to the Rattan ot the demo cratlo party I t OWN A HOME A man who has a family owes it t himself and to them to own a home In which they may dwell At least this should bo the great effort of his life Goldsmith sings of the golden ago ol England when every man owned his roodof land There comes to the man who dwells in his own house i sense of citizenship which ne could not feel before He becomes thereby identified with the community and the interests of the community become his interests He feels a sense of respon sibility he never before experienced He feels a new interest in the roads the schools the churches the taxes the civil olticers He becomes jealous of the reputation of his community There comes to himself and family a sense of independence which is pecu 1 liarly gratifying to human nature A pride of home springs up which shows itself in trees and flowers in paint and paper in fences and gates It is im possible to build up a neighborhood from the resources of a shifting ten natty it Is like speaking to a process ion There was never was such an oppor tunity for the tenants of Kentucky to fl own homes as the present The labor 1conditions give to them the use of the soil Farm products are enormously t high To the tobacco tenants espec ially this is the chance ota lifetime 1Inthe last 25 years hundreds of ten have saved their earnings and to day are not only living in their own ll homes but many of them have blue glass farms This ought to bo an in I spiration ito others To this large class I of industrious and worthy citizens let it be said The land is before you go i up and possess It 1 f in 1907 to k uniIformas its governing unit because 1 believe mesIsagewas now s wish of a great majority of the people of Kentucky and notwithstanding the refusal of the last General Assembly to enact it 1 present it again and again kIearnestlyrecommend this measure to fN your and ask that it b t tadopted and I shall keep the faith and it be enactedGov Willsor In his message to the Legislature Am still when urged by thousands and thousands of the temperance people tc call the Legislature into extraordinary session for the passage of temperance laws Gov Willson positively refused Having gotten into office by the help of the whisky democrats and owin 1themthe debt of gratitude he does the is not so anxious to have the county unit law extended as he would have the people believe HON J M ALVERSON of this office won in the race for Assistant Clerk ot the Senate as we predicted he would He got 24 votes out of the 26 democrats The fellow OConnell wh ran against him gut only two votes but from what wehear of him that was about as many as he deserved Senator E Bertram of the Wayne dis trict nominated Mr Alverson in a handsome speech Mr Joel T Embry also of this place surprised his friends by his runaway race for Doorkeeper of the House He announced his candi dacy only a day or so before the Leg islature convened but he won with votes to spare He got 53 votes to his nearest opponents 12 Success to both i of the young men THE redistricting committee appointed by Gov Willson would combine Boyle and Garrard into one Legislative district Adair now combined with Cumberland would be a district by it self Louisville and Jefferson county would be given ten Representatives in stead of eight Woodford and Jessa mine would be combined and Rockcas tlo would be linked with Jackson in stead of Laurel Laurel would be a district by itself CAPT JACKSON MORRIS now of Frankfort but formerly a Jackson coun ty man tells the newspaper correspondents that Caleb Powers will likely defeat Congressman Edwards for the Congressional nomination in the 11th district As Morris is a henchman of Powers his utterances should be taken with a good supply of salt BECAUSE his wedding clothes did not arrive and he was forced to marry in a business suit Walter D Lathrop of Atlanta filed suit against the Southern Express Company for 11000 dam ages Eight hundred dollars of this amount in said to be for damages to his 7 eocial ntanding and 200 for the loss o f his wardrobe HON W H SHANKS made a hand some speach nominating Mr Wilso- for SpeakoMhe House He knows bow to do such things 7 J IIN a pistol duel at Dresden Tenn Prof Clarence Carney and his mother In law Mrs Sarah Griffin Car ney was killed Moral Beware of your mother in law Additional Local MR CICERO REYNOLDS declined to qualify as councilman and his place was to have been filled by the other members at the meeting last night The theoprogram for last night TUB PIONEER OF FRATERNAL BENS FICIARY SOCIETIES The Knights of Manor This grand order has done bus iness in Kentucky for 37 years and hM paid in this one State since its first death claim in 1875 the enormous of 548346178 and since its 8umI tion in 1873 it has paid to 50000 ficiaries of deceased members in the States 100000000 The order is progressive vet conservative Level rate plan Your rate fixed at entry and BOi remains for life Free initiation and only one assessment per month No more raising of rates at old age Re lief to members over 70 years old who are disabled For further information see J Rickelman special deputy or Dr T S Kennedy THE CARTER REEuNioy4An enjoya ble event to Mr and Mrs P W Car ter was the homecoming of all their children for Christmas W Hill Carter from Hugoton Kansas E T Carter of Evansville Ind Miss Mary D Car ter from Pittsburg Pa Miss S Maud Carter Morganton N C came to meet with those at home to enjoy Christmas together On Christmas day the father mother children and grandchildren with Bro J Q Mont gomery sat down to a sumptuous dinner which had been most carefully prepared for the occasion and which was especially enjoyed by those who had not been at the home table for ma ny years Although all were happy and thankful to meet again at the old home and sit once more around the- cheerful fireside all hearts were made sad because of two vacant chairs The two had gone on beyondMiss Lizzie Dr P Walter Carter May the Irichest blessingsattend this family and may have many more reunions is our wish A FRIEND HUDDLE Whilst themidst of great preparations for the festivities of familyII come messenger made his appearance claiming husband father grandfather and friend How sad yet it deeply im presses us that in the midst of life there is death John M Hubble was born April 27 1844 and died Dec 29 1909 He was therefore 65 years of age While quite young he enlisted with Co D 13th Ky cavalry Shortly after returning home he joined the Baptist church and was a consistent member up to the time of his death having served his church for 23 years MissgMary R Bastin to whom were born 10 children t eight of whom together with his widow survive Mrs Garland Sin gleton of Stanford is one of the chil dren To his dear wife children grandchildren friends and church we extend our deepest sympathy Thy will oh God be done After the funeral ser vices conducted by Rev W G Tilford atoEubanks for that great day R R NOEL HONOR ROLL of Stanford Graded and High School for month of Decem ber 1909 Grade 1 Morgan Smith Baughman Henry Baughman Joanna Ballou An nie Lee Eubanks Harvey Embry Mack Farmer Joe Grimes Marie Powell Thelma Powell Ida Pettus William Tate Manuel Turpin Powell Withers Grade 2 Sophie Saunders Eloise Beazley Mary Brackett Daisy Luns ford Morris Jackson Sam Craig Grade 3Earl Baughman Tilden Cooper Bailey Dawes Rachel Hill Virgil Moore John Reid McKinney Willie Rankin Sarah Traylor Grade 4Hobart Arnold Annie V Craig Leon Davis Frances Embry Annie R Powell Clarence Singleton Claiborne Walton Grade 5 Matey Grimes Nellie Hill Grace Hurst Lettie W McKinney Emily Murphy Jean Paxton Ethel Powell Martha Raney Ella Rigney Clinton Coleman Jesse Hocker Grade 6Maud Arnold Bessie Moore Effie Ware Selina Routon Tillie Gold stein Grade 7 Sallie M Craig Mary S Cook Boyce Hunn Anna D McRob erta John T McAlister Mary M Ra ney Maymo Singleton Gertrude Wilk- Inson Grade 8Erne Baughman Robert Carter Harry Carter Marion Grimes Eva Moser Nancy Yeager FreshmanJoe Hill Elsie Morris Flora Morris Lillian Mueller Mary E McKinney Lucy Leo Walton SophomoreMorrison Bright Eva Hilton Virginia Mahony Harris Cole man Willie Moore Emma Napier JuniorSallie Burdette Elizabeth HopperSeniorThomas Robn MaysvIHe by a Chesapeake Ohio r c Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the tockholdert tho Hint National tank of Stanford will be hold at their banking house the second Tuesday In January the purpose of electing directors forthe ensuingyea- rJour J31c1tonanTSCa- shierStockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of tho LIn- coln County National Dank of Htanford will lio held nt theIr banking house the second Tuesday In January lulu for the purpoie of electing directors for the ensuing year W MIlasotTUas- hlerStockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of tho Na ttoiiHl bonk of lluslonv111ewill lie held nt their tanking hous In lluitonvlllo the sec ond T January IKIO tiulivveit fnml 11 A si for the purpose ot electing dlrec ore to icrve the ensuing ywir JvIfocKRxCnl- derCLEMENS HOTEL J L Hum Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKY Large airy outsIde rooms Oommerelnl traveler specialty Hpcclal rates by week or month The proprietor U n former Lin coin county non nod his friends should re member him when topping In ids town LADY WANTED To Introduce our very complete Rprlng line of bountiful wool suiting wash fabricfancy walitlngs silks etc hdkfs lace nod petticoat Alf up to unto N Y City Pat leallngdlreetlow Profits 11000 to ria weekly Hnmple nnd full Instruction packed In neat sample case shipped express prepaid No money required Kxclailvo territory Write for particulars lie ant to apply NTAYDAKDDnKs9OoonsCoDRPr F 1 Blnghamton N Y WANTED An all Round Blacksmith Steady Employment and Good Wages W J ROMANS Lancaster Ky M We Buy FURSHidos Weol QCoIdeSeeJWiU Cloirr etc We deaieiM MiUutwd U IMcOn hu a cuttiy la uimIIoaJcu do bitter la Tea then rnti of cjttrimnn atttata Htlmtxx my Daal IB LouutZIe Writs IPUy Duals and diR ta- M Sabol Ions223 E Uirkcl St tOU3YILLCKY 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRAOC MARKS DESIGN COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone tending a iketrb and description ma quickly certain tar opinion aa Invention probably Commonlra non ttrlctlr eonedsnUaaL IIAlDBOOIt on l tents eprrbinootkeiwtithoetacharsnll acraoafr Scktilific American A handiomelf Ulnitraled wtcktf Tjtrreit rtr caution of any Mlentino Inurnal Terms II a earl four rnonUii I L Bol4 by all newulralem SIran Codg84Wu Newyork PUBLIC SALEA tarnHaving told 1 will tell publicly on WEDNESDAY JAN U 1810 The following property towlt 1 Drood Mare In foal to Mare safe for women and children to drive Jyeurllne HI Ilea Z Work Mule3 and 4 years old broken and work well any where 3 milk cows 2 with young calve bulls 1 hornless red bullr year old I yearling Jersey bull 1 yearling steer I belfer IV Berkshire stock hogs X Sal hogs 1 phaeton 1 2horle wagon rIOWFlnrlculuatorer armlltg implements of various kInd 100 barrels of corn In crib 1 carload or more of baled lot unbaled hay in barn some hoUltJhOld and kitchen turn ture and many other thing too numerous to mention A let of tide meat and ihould enHole to begin promptly at 990 A x Terra made known on day of ale AlI McKINNEY McKinney Ky Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods Auctioneer I I offer my services to tho of Lin coin county as an auctioneer Kntlifactloi guaranteed MoWIIullTKIlMoreland l FOR SALE I Htock of general merchandise In lluiton vlllo on Main Street Well known stand IlIrtlcuInrUuitonvlllo Ky J J BELDEN For house and Carriage Palntlngnnd Trim tiling and Locksmith lug Bhopoppositelepot Htanford Ky FOR SALE I Oovtir Hotel HtCmti Orchard olio store nIlJolntntrroom All u oMiiry outbuilding Jlllrt OUItTlHUOVKIl Crnlnirohnnl Ky Stock of Merchandise for Sale I deilro to sell privately my stock of ire eeri811 lInrdwuro Ioln II good bust UlCuonIIIhMIlhOKO n IKHMKIl HtnnfonlKy B D CARTER Now Livery Dopot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY G B PR UITT Moreland Kentucky New supplof Rugs and Drug gets Appropriate Christmas pre cuts and see G 11 PiaiTT Moreland Ky Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marble and Cranlto Monuments Markers and Posts Cemetery and Lawn MeKinney FARM FOR SALE I A No I farm of IBS acreI Ilouiaba tour goodbarnandland la about half Virgin toll adapted to raising gran hay corn wheat oats hemp and tobocco and U all In grass except about IfJ acres and on tho pIke near load schools churches and depot and basis good orchard and outhouses Lock Ilex 181 Htanfon Kentucky Report of The Condition of The McKio08Q Deposit Bank Doing builnei In the town of McKinney Lincoln county Ky At the close of business Dec 23 10 W llcsoum Loan and discount with one or nioreendorter a unity I I97M 0 Real citato mortgage U 450 m Time loans on collateral 0131ft Due from Htate Itank and Bankers 1351 M SpecIe tjtfO Ill Cueck and other cash Item ale If Overdraft unsecured tti m Current expenses paid 313 T- TIteal estate banking house SCMU Furniture and fixture Jwl ro 19414 al Llabllltlei Capital steele paid In In cash JI6 KO 00 Hurplus fund lId d- Undlvldedpronti deg is Deposit subject tochtck on which interest U not paid tt3 t9 1594101 Btnte of Kentucky 1 County of HH I It IL Metcalf cashier of the above nnmvU bank do solemnly swear that the myknowledgeCashier butacrlhed nnd worn to before me this 5th day of Jan 1VI- OKJ Tanner NIMy commliilon Expires Jan SI Ml FMWarllJWOocklngK L Tanner Director POSTED strictlyforbhpassing on our place and will prosecute vi olator to the full extent of the law Miss Mettle Newel lIrol Fred Itaumana A T Traylor LllburnOooch N 11 Hummer NunnelleTJJ E Bruce David Btereni JohnOamenlicb WmOordler lIon Traylor M n Klmore Uotllb Click Fred Handorf JThompion D MAnderion J K Moier Mr and Mn Jas H End A Klbaia frat N J Horton MnOeoLganwIlev Father Leo Dr O G Ierry lIallghmanUrlnhfrat Margaret Oooch Jacob Gander UeoCdlveni TraylorJohnHam Roberta Amend Bchaefer M JHofmann KT Ileazley A ItMntbeny BOwsiey3fHT JIurrli It O Watkins JU Hundley H JfOrow MnNannloI Good 0 K McClure Anderson Onrr Anton VonQruealganT CarpenterWJohn H Leo Ti Nattier Uirlillnn Jacob Tom Ferrlll PaykAlex r K II Dnnbam Mrs W a Welch HO Anderson W D Oooch bus luhzl T A lllce- Ileubdn Curtis Chris Uamenlsch James Hmltb Tlnsloy Rpoonamoro P W Carter A L Carter IJWOslne W POrlme J L HoltzcIRWV M U K tJrtlnPi Mu Mettle White Mil Mary Poppies W 1C Keeton James 4JtMer A L Thompson M w T O I DRY FEET+4 + 4441114411114144144411 What is as important at this season of the year than good dry serviceable ICciwe r I 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 dryiest footwear possible That he- avyWalkover calf shoe at 350 and 4 The Hocker i Bootee leather lined at 5 Old Honest Mike boots and shoes you all know and that boys Level Best School shoe just a little betterthan anybodys at 2 225 and 250 according to size When it comes to Rubber Goodsw- e T have them all beaten a block Our all II rubber arctics at 225 and 250 our rub ber boot at 4 and our 6 rubber boot with hand sewed leather soles are all in a class fIby themselves The best rubber footwear on the globe pretty strong but its truets 1 1 H J McROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY C SCENIC FROMIMas New Husband I I A Furiously Funny Musical Stew a Waltons Opera House Tuesday Jan 11th m 1G L Penny R II Coffey E R Coleman Vinol r 1 1 III ThC Liver Preparation Without Oil is a most Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and Strength It is Especially Useful For m telPersistent Coughs and Colds a Guaran tee atm1 iNA1 I PENNYS Stanford DRUG Kentucky STORE I- BBB Y- l E ZJ Le 4ii I Many People Wait Until January to buy their Winter Conts You can now buy nt tbo Uiuol January Cut Price 8C Coat nt 8a 870 Coats nt 85 810 Coats nt 810 J 82I Coats nt 810 During the month of January wo will present to each person purchasing a Coat n Fur Collar Tnko advantage of this odor t SEVERANCE SON STANFORD 1 I The Interior Journal BTANFOHD KY JAN 7 1810 f SOMa great bargains in box piper are being closed out to make room for new stock at Pennys Drug Store- PERSONALS W W WADE down from Corbin Wednesday OAKLEY HOLTZCLAW la thought to bo a little better 1Ma H C WKAY went up to Mt Ver non LITTLE LUCY FiuKCEsTnAYLoti Is 111 I IIIwith pneumonia p G WARNER has been confined to his bell with a deep cold CAPT JAMES C ELMORB of Jcllico 141le hero mingling with friends LITTLE DORA daughter of Mrs McClary is 111 with croup 1Catherine Fox of Danville uet of Mils Eifie Baughman Miss MOLUE BROOKS of Crab Orch I Ird visited Mrs James F lloldam heroJESSE HOLTZCLAYY who has a good position in Indianapolis is at home here for a few days v DR T W PENNINOTON spent a week t or BO with his sister MM P E Kemp 4atAnniston Ala MIss MARTHA PAXTON MOFFETT 0 3i Lebanon was with friends here for a I short time Tuesday I Miss DKSEIE LAIR of ilustonville Is he guest of Mrs Lambert Hagerdon Jessamine Journal MR W R DENIIAM of Oklahoma City Is here with his eons Mcsira W S and E B Denham 4Ma WILLIAM ATKINS has returned a two weeka visit to his mother and sister in Tennessee MR ERNEST H UICIIAUDSON of Junction City paid this office an appreciated call yesterday MR J W ALLEN and little son Car rol Reid Allen are both seriously ill a t their home at Hustonvillo MASTER W K SHUOARB is III with 4 whooping cough at the homo of his grandparents at Lancaster Miss SERENA YOUNG of Highland i is visiting her brother Rev E E Young at Harlan Courthouse MR PAUL DEEMER arrived from To Ohio a few days ago and has be l IKun his work as teacher in the High i Miss FRANCES VANDEVEER who has been with a big millinery house in Tennessee for several months is at I horns again r FRED GARNETT has succeeded L Wearen Hughes at tho depot and W 0 Bullock has taken Mr Garnctta as night agent Il CATHERINE WARREN of Stan 1position of the sweetest girls In old I was here last week on a visit to Miss Lou Hardin Somerset y I JournalMiss VIRGINIA BOURNE who spent tho holidays with her aunt Miss Flor once Truchcart returned to her duties as music teacher in Bourbon College nt Paris Tuesday 1 MR W J RANKIN who has been traveling in Tennessee for tho Capital Stock Poultry Food Co of Tiffin 0 is spending a few days with his f family hero This is his first visit homey in nearly five months DR T S KENNEDY and wife will s move to Somerset in a few days where the doctor will practice medicine ho having a flattering otTer of a partner ship from Dr Reddish his stopfather Dr Kennedy and wife have made many i fricnrla during their sojourn hero and they will be given up with sincere regret l LOCALS VAUDEVILLE each night at Theal torium I AN open grato stove ocshlo cheap See Dr T S Kennedy IIUSTONVILLEGalvani the great hypnotist will be at Alcorns Opera i House Hustonvillo this Friday ning Ho is a man of wonderfnl powerI and our West End friends should avail themselves of tho opportunity of see ng his remarkable feats YOUK attention is called to the ad vertisement of WvK Warner the tin I der and plumber of this place He is prepared to do all kinds of work in his tne and makes n specialty of country water works and bath rooms His work lirst class and his prices reasonable 1s Poos got into W II 1opplos sheep Tuesday night and killed ton fine owes PAY your account at Adams Bros Hustonvlllc and you wilt Im more pros perous during tho year GREAT reduction on tailormade suits and overcoats See samples ut Adams Hros store HiMtonvillo A DIG stock of Oliver plows arrived at W H Higgins today Buy one and you will have tho best I HAVE salentinemahogany sideboard and n 16foot mahogany table See A P Brackett at once if you want one or both- MAIIONY FISH insurance agents havo our thanks for a fine calendar with figures largo enough that he who runs may read THOSE wishtakeIrish cro chet lessons will please notify Mrs W N Craig at onco Class will begin on Tuesday Jan 11 WE move that tho wood brush otc that came from tho trees cut out of the courthouse yard be moved and moved at once Do we hear a second TUB KetchelJohnson fight will be given In moving pictures at the Thea torium Monday and Tuesday nights tofsee MR W J RANKIN who has traveled over a considerable portion of Kentucky in the past ow months tells us that he heard Iota of people say they aro for Judge M C Saufley for governor IN sending money for his paper to January 1911 Mr E E Young of Kennesaw Neb writes 7t is cold beret with the mercury 14 degrees be low zero and snow six inches deep Regards to my Lincoln county friend AT the meeting of the Eighth District Educational Association held in Dan ville Dr Fallis of that city was chosen president Prof J W Irelandof this place vice president and Miss Adams superintendent of Mercer coun ty secretary and treasurer 1 L SoMs very necessary work awaits tho attention of the street committee of the now council It is tho raising of some of our prominent street crossings They have sunken below tho surface and are very muddy rendering them unfit fsr use A word to the wise is gufllcient AN examination for graduation in the Common School branches will be held in my office tho last Friday and Saturday In January Applicants passing this examination will be admitted to freo tuition in High School I will be glad to see all who can take this examina tion and attend the High School G Singleton Supt To TilE INSURING Punuc Having suffered loss to our church building and contents at Hubble Lincoln county Kyt by lightning and being insured through Jesse D Wearen tho insur ance man Stanford Ky we the trus tees and members of the above church take pleasure in recommending Jesse D Wearen and the companies represented by him to the Insuring public for the very prompt and liberal settlement of our loss Signed John C Rob inson trustee C C Withers trustee Richard Heater trustee James Mc Kechnie member W H Underwood member J A Hammond member MAs NEW HusBANbThe Top ay of Mas New Husband is even more eccentric and entertaining than the original character of that name ever was So at least several critics say Dorothy is the name of tho maid of all work who figures as tho come lenne in this three act musical farce that has been crowding and turning away well pleased audiences everywhere it has appeared Dorothy is droll In her manner her talk and ac tions and she is clever in a musical way besides Her comedy song Jokes one of the musical hits of the performance In the duet A Kiss a comic song she also succeeds In raising many a laugh Press exchanges agree in stating that Mas New Husband is about the biggest laughmaker on the road this season No one should miss seeing It at Waltons Opera House where it will bo presented on Tuesday evening next Jan 11 Seats will be on sale at Shugars Tanners Drug Store Allow Us To ThanK YouF- or every penny of trade you have caused to come cur wayrc have en deavored to givo you your moneys worth This has been and always will bo our motto We want all of our old customers and as many new ones as will to make our Etoro their trading for the year 1910 We will do our very best to please you giving oudlo best article to ho obtained for the price also wo will not use any other than legitimate methods to get your trade Wo must morit your patronage or we dont want it and ifwe dont give you as good or bettor values than you can get any where don buy of us We iuvlto a comparison and will treat you as well tea a Co pur chase ns a 8 B one Again thanking you we are yours for business FOR SALSA secondhand top buggy This office WANTKD To RINTA house of six or seven room W W White If you are looking for fresh oysters and celery go to J D Hortona restau rant MR PliED H MILLaRagain work ing on the courthmfte which means that it will be pushed to completion WANTED to buy a good Lincoln county farm of the value of 20000 to 30 000 Address Lock Box 201 Stanford Ky JAKE older brother of John Conk the colored barber died after a protracted Illness and was buried Sun day TALK with me before buying a typo writer and see sample at my home T A Brackett local agent for Standard Typewriter Exchange New York THE directors of the Lincoln County Fair aro requested to meet at the First National Bank at 230 Friday after noon Jan 7th This is the last meet ing and a full attendance is desired THE members of the Buffalo Springs Fishing Club are requested to meet at the office of the secretary on Friday evening at 730 Very Important busi ness to be brought up T W Pen nington Secy TO TAXPAYERS LINCOLN CoUNTYI will have to advertise and sell your property after Jan lie your tax is not paid in order to make my final settlement with the State and county Settle up and save this expense T J 11111 sheriff Tim NEW AND TIIG OLDThe be ginning of tho new year marks many changes but every four years the changes are more numerous anent county of ficials The gentlemen elected on Nov 2 have succeeded the old county officers Judge James P Bailey for instance succeeds Judge J S Owslcy Jr who has made a most excellent county judge Judgo Bailey served eight years on tho bench and the county never had a better official County Attorney W S Burch succeeds himself and will con tinue to prosecute the evil doers and look after the legal portion of the coun tys affairs Tho circuit clerks office which has been magnificently conduct ed for two terms by Mr James F Hoi dam the cleverest man in tho world is now filled by that splendid gentleman Mr Josh D Swope Mr T J Hill who has made a most satisfactory sher- Iff and many friends during his tenure of office has stepped aside for Mr W L McCarty who is well equipped to fill the office with credit alike to him self and the county Mr McCarty had a hard light for his office and overcame obstacles which would have dishearten ed a less game fighter Thompsy Cooper will continue to carry tho keys to the clerks office neither the demO- crats nor tho republicans daring to oppose him for the position ho can fill bet ter than anybody Uncle Dink Farmer succeeds R H Coffey as jailer and everybody is glad to see the clover old gentleman and splendid democrat in the place he has been running for since the memory of man runneth not to the contrary Mr Coffey filled tho office well and to Mrs Agnes Herrin a good portion of the credit is duo John C Pepples the now assessor is a big hearted sturdy farmer Ho should make a capital assessor having the knowledge land and property that he has His predecessor W A Carson has made one of the very best assessors the county ever had Mr Garland Singleton for school superintendent had no opposition for the nomination and Caleb Newell thought he ning against him in the final electionI but was badly distanced For the fourth term ho has charge or the public schools of the county Mr George P Bright succeeds himself as coroner and will continue to devote his attention to people who meet sudden and mysterious deaths James McKechnio continues to answer to the name of Squire in the Stanford district He is a good magis trate and tho people showed good judg ment in electing him Mr Jas K Helm succeeds Mr W M Duddcrar as magistrate In the West End and Rev James N Singleton will fill the place of Mr D R Adams in the Waynes district Rev K D Noakes was reelected as magistrate of the Crab Orchard district The two last named are clever gentlemen but their politics well excuse us I hypnotistIMR T P RIDS boa moved to Crab I Orchard whore he will open a butcher shop We hope the Bast End people will give him a share of their patron age WE are glad to note that in the demj oratic caucus held Monday Jesse M Alverson of Stanford won so easily his fight for assistant clerk of the Sen ate the vote being 24 for Alverson and 2 for W B OConnellAdvocateS A VALUABLE family mare belonging to Mr M S Baughman dropped dead in town yesterday He drove her to town and there seemed to bo nothing wrong with her Mr B thinks her death was caused by heart trouble Tim local option committee of Somerset has withdrawn its contest and sa loons will be opened there at once Somerset will now be the Mecca for those who want to sell booze as well as those who want a little of it for private use or to make camphor with JUDGE M C SAU hasappointed Samuel Nichols Master Commissioner of Boyle and Charles M Denman Mas ter Commissioner of Mercer His son Mr Geo B Saufley was appointed to tho office in this county and Attorney W1 Williams received the appoint ment in Garrard L W HUGHES formerly assistant ticket agent for the Louisville Nash ville at Stanford came to Louisville this week to fill the position of assist Hughestenderedaccept the place in Louisville which was by D W McDonald HUrhesIsident of the Kentucky Electric Co and is wellknown in Louisville He has seen service in the railroad busi ness Courier Journal Additional Local 2nd Page Condition of The McKinney Deposit Bank McKinney Ky At close of ItuaincHH Dec 3100 RESOURCES Loan and Discounts 4034 92 Omdnft 355 50 Banking Howe and Lot 2599 00 Furniture and Futures 2081 00 Due From Banks 13451 84 Cash 2997 53 161626 79 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 15000 00 Surplus i 1600 00 Undivided Profit + 208 77 Individual Deposits v 45018 02 61826 79 Grots Earnings six months ending December 31 1909 1337 55 Distributed as Follows Paid Current Expenses 590 02 Dividend No 8 450 00 Undivided Profit 187 53 Surplus 100 00 1337 55 R H METCALF Cashier Condition of The National Bank of Hustonville Ky At close of Business Dec 31 1909 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 147360 12 Overdraft 1660 25 U S Bonds 12500 00 Banking House Furniture and Fix 2900 00 Due from U S Treasurer 625 00 Due from Banks 57964 23 Cash and Cash Items 19989 63 243199 23 LIABILITIES Capital 50000 00 Surplus 17000 00 Circulating Notes 12500 00- Undivided Profits 9t7 87 Deposit 158091 36 Notes Bills Rediscounted 4690 00 243199 23 GroNH Earnings for 0 Moulin Iud InU Dee 31 1000 Discount Interest and Exchange 5207 99 Balance January 30 1909 537 00 5744 99 Duposedoias Follows Paid Expenses ana Taxes 2327 12 Paid No 53 5per teat 2500 00 Leaves Bslnco to Undivided Frost 917 87 5744 99 J W HOCKER Cashier January Remnant CounterI- Our usual Big Remnant Saleis now on Short lengths flf Cotton Gj ghams Linens Muslins Etc in lengths for Skirts Wnista Mens and Boys Shirts f New White Goods Now Embroideries New Laces l KY t L 11 Hughes T W Humble W o 1 Ialini Big cia in Furs l I We have three fur sots and sev oral neck pieces left that we will eoll at greatly reduced prices All this seasons goods Wo dp nub want lo carry this goods ov fnnil have decided that it must gO This is your opportunity I HUGHES MARTIN CO i Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY Our Store Will Be Closed January II and 12 i During Which time We Will Take an Inven tory of our Stock I W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky Tinging Plumbing Heating Dont let 1010 pass without having hot and cold water through dour house with a beautiful w- hitePorcelain Bath Outfit Have W K WARNER to install your country water work with reasonable prices and guarantee We also carry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS Rooting and Roofing Paints f Call and see us W K WARNER Stanford Ky W L MCARTYPres EC WALTON Pres L R HUGHE88 aP Stanford Real Estate CoK Stanford KentucKy 1r Farms anti Town Property Handled on Commission Stocks nnd Bond Sold If you Have Property to Sell or Rent Notify Ut Write for Circular to L R HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky The Interior Journal 2 allluondcLw ItL N TIME TABLE No ii Mouth IPM No 2380uth10JI A M No 24 North 4W A it 11 No M North BW r X No Si1049 A M I No s3 Z40rX t JOS S RICE Agont A S PRICESurgeon Dontlst STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Storo in s I the Owsley Buildi- ngMASONS MEET LlncoluLod oNo 60 FAMwlUmoet tInstated communication on each first and third Monday nights of each month at ISM 0oclock In their hall on main stroeet Stan lord Ky Members ofslsterIodizes nro fray tirnnllv Invited to be present T W Pen A alngton Bee rand Winter Stock Have your measure taken a tailor of ex perience Then your clotheawhethernlow price business suit or the finest evening J clotheimlll have that Individuality and fit 1 which plainly Indlcatu they were made to your measure I will also take your meas 11 are for extra trousers fancy e coats1 and overcoats Fall and Vrinter samples on hand ready for your inspection HO KUPIEY The Tailor t Stanford Ky t CUT FLOWERSFOR SALE I I can furnish the public with the best as well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of- all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes In connection with nbovo I have nil kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prices CHniBTMAN QUEEN 1IOUHK8 ED HuniiAun IBOR I Stanford Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone M Office M Insure with me nnd be fully t protected J CONCRETING We are in position to do all kinds of con creting as Work Pavements and in fact wo can make any thing from r t horse down to a fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee arst class i work and material our prices Before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford K- yINSURANCE R B MAHONY Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado- LifeLiveStockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis count JLBeazleyCo Undel t liters and Embalm era Also Dealers in rur nitureJMatting8Rugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kin Is of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right I STANFORD KENTUCKY J1C McClary Wndertakor Embalmer ard sfealer InSHarness Saddlor STANFORD KY t ffleeJPhone tST HoraeJPboneai j + wrpaitll FARMERS DEPARTMENT Two fresh milk cows for sale W F Di hon Stanford R F D No1 C K McClure sold the CO ewes ad vertised in this paper to R H Crow at 650 Dee Burdotte of Lebanon Bold to Carmichael of Jackson Miss 28 mulps at 175 FOR SALE300 bales of extra good clover hay Mrs F B Barnette Hustonville D B Fox Sn will stand a Jersey bull near Bowen Station at 1 the sea son io advance Poland China boar shoats will weigh from 85 to 100 pounds for sale M S Baughman Stanford Good mules at Madisonvillo are sell- Ing at 500 a pair and first class mule colts at from 100 to 110 Caleb Hubble of Pulaski averaged 16 for his crop of tobacco the highest price was 18 lowest 13Advocate John Jewell shipped a bull to Cincin nati recently that weighed 2020 pounds and brought the sum of 106Jessa mine Journal J C Caldwell of Boyle sold for a fancy price 200 1495pound cattle to H McKnight It was a fine lot and it took 25 cars to haul them There left my place between Dec 15 and 20 a black sow with white spots Will weigh about 125 pounds Reward R C Hocker Stanford R F D No 2 The number of sheep in the Un ited States is decreasing while the con sunption of mutton is increasing and as a result we find sheep commanding a high price R C Gerlach of Germantown near Junction City sold last week 18 pounds of ginseng for 114 The crop was grown on a strip of land five feet wide and 40 feet long FOR SALE20 extra nice yearling cattle a pair of 1GI hand mare mules three and four years old and a pair of 16hand horse mules fat John G Lynn Hustonville Animals kept in cold quarters have to consume more grain in order to maintain the warmth of the bodies and in severely cold weather if exposed will not fatten at all The tobacco barn of Sam Baker near Paint Lick burned together with soy eral wagon loads of tobacco which were to have been taken to the Lexington markets the following day 1 RAVE an elght 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 weighabout 1100 and a good one B D Carter BARGAIN354 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 POLITICAL The biennial session of the Mississip pi Legislature convened at Jackson TuesdayPresident Taft agreed to attend the Appalachian Exposition to held in Knoxville Sept 15 to Oct 15 Eli H Brown Jr and Harvey Mc Cutcheon the incumbents were elect ed as members of the State Prison Board without opposition- In the special message on conserva tion which President Taft will send to Congress on Monday a loan of 30000 000 to complete the existing reclama tion projects will be suggested Hon W H Shanks offered in the House a resolution which was adopted accepting the laws and rules which governed proceedings in the House dur ing the last session until such time as a committee on rules shall have been appointed and made its report The republican insurgents and Presi dent Taft have come to an open breach and political warfare will be waged re lentlessly on both sides The Presi dent for his part has determined that the insurgents shall have no voice whatever in the distribution of patronage The making of wife desertion a felony punishable by a fine of 500 and im prisonment at hard labor for a period not exceeding 12 months or both fine and imprisonment is the object of a bill which will be introduced in tho House by Representative Robert L Harris of Louisville Former United States Treasurer J N Huston with offices in New York City Samuel Graham of Montreal Canada Harvey M Lewis and Everett Dufour of Washington were indicted by the grand jury in Washington on the charge of conspiracy and of using the mails for fraudulent purposes The trustees of the Indiana Anti Sa loon League decided not to engage in a prohlbltlon stead to attempt in the next session of the Legislature to bring about the prohibitory stitution Stomach misery gas and indiges tion are promptly relieved and permanently cured with loUona Stomach Tablets 5Cc at Pennys on money back plan +t Mas Elizabeth Elevens 88 years of age who was badly burned near Qwlngsville by her clothes catching fire from an open grate is dead That all divorce cases in Kenton county must hereafter be heard in open court is tho ruling o Judge Frank Tracy Directors of the Louisville Railway Co have prcctically agreed on a now consolidated mortgage for 20000000 quickIRemedy No opium no chloroform I nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store Farms for Sale AVt have the following farms for sale These form have boon bought by us for the smutting Umber Wo Imvu no use for the farms stud will sell them on easy payment Farm No I 10 ncres U mile from Morris three miles tiltJlellIt K U moll S mlle from pub lie school sad churches One Itroom brick house slate roof all room fresco painted collar under whole house llrlck outbuild Ings an orchard containing W fruit trees toou yIncyardone Iargeciittle burn gUxaO one horse burn iMxSO II large granen mind toolhouso all In good condition Land 1 nil level with good drainage II acres standing timber 83 acres on which Umber was remov ed the past throe Is now In good pa ture balance of land la cultivation The buildings on this farm could ed for rUXU There hiss been harvestedhts ao bushels of wheat to nn now stud M bushels corn to an acre Our price on this tarn Is ffaa Farm No2147 acres S miles from Newpolnt Ind mile from nochsburg 6y ndles Irotu- Ratesvlllelnd One 0room frame hou on large barn gninery and tool house This land is rolling n aelfMnder was used on every part of the landSSacre of good creek bottom W acres now In standing timber SO ncres wheat town and In good condition This faro will raise food tobacco corn stud wheatOur price on this farm Is l AW and we re serve all stnmllnn timber over 15 Inches on stump IS Inches from ground Farm No3151 ncrella11mllo from Ilaymondlnd Oathollc church and Methodist church tour and a halt mile from Morris a railroad station A a room frame house and good tarn nnd granary This land Is rolling and all has brow under cultivation some bottom ground good fences around entire farm sixty acres standing timber This harm will make n good tobacco farm and will raise wheat and corn Our price Is 13600 Farm No4600 acres four miles from Metnutorn six miles from UnlOklIIocount seat of Frank lin county This farm Is rolling land Sfti acres new ground on which timber has boon removed years Three largfl tobacco farms frame dwelling houses and other buildings There was two crops of to bacco ralsfd on this farts the past two years quality and quantity was flat class It you are Interested In this farm write us and we will give you additional Information Wo expect to sell nil of the above farms within the next 80 days We will furnish abstract showing clear title and can give possession of any of the nbovo farms our terms are i cash balance 10 yearly payments I secured by mortgage cent Interest llntesvllle U located onthe Chi cago Division of the OO 0t M I rail road fa miles from Cincinnati O and W miles from Indianapolis Ind Call on us and we will show you these farms or write us The Hillenbrand Co Batesvllle tad Bring j Your Printing ToIr The I INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 Office rif- T Best Work Lowest Prices HAIR PA BALSAM s- tnVULNever a QoIorCutYIIUt UN N NOTICE I- We ask the patronage of our friends and neighbors our thrlrtyoltddross J A JIloKIoJo Kings Mountain Lincoln To Ky HOME FOR SALE 1 One story cottage of eight rooms and nil nccetsnry contains one roomyleanRnnlt n slot This li n Uexlrablu local tdon corner of Wltltlo II lid Miller streets A It HOITZOIjVW Stanford Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEERING uferlnitnlltlwill be guaranteed and m3 price are rca sonnbhe Write are at oalllllo lullonUle1o10hollllo1tAt raft McXJIIKY NOTICE 1 You are hereby notified that Tom Itarrii IlInltlll1t1MY ofJrlsonltfdantorntress my hand this Xobemhor M lte- TOM IIAIWIS Fruit And Ornamental Trees I nn1JOordenNo Agents H F HILLENMEYER SON- SLexington Ky FARM FOR SALE OR RENT inthesdl or rent has two dwellings one of four rooms and the other of two rooms Two rllthatfarm In Kentucky at price r HllUAWNKU MeKlnney Ky TRIBBLE PENCE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford Kontuc- ltrREWARD Having suffered considerable annoyance getslatchesmy gates on the county road that runs through my farml have concluded to over a reward for Information leading to the conviction of such iwrson or venous I will therefore give the sum of VO for Infor matlou leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties that love broken the latches on any of my gnteaor that have sawed down or torn down any of my gates on the county road which runs from the llustonvllle turnpike to the Mllledgevllle loathingtoparties who In the future commit any of the above offenses AUKUIIIW NOTICE I Insure your Tobac co and Tobacco Barns in the West End In surance Agency Get your policies written right in a good com pany byfW J CAMPBELL Ilustonville Ky HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal t t AND The Interior Journal a BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In the United States line not heard of the CourierJournal j Democratic In all things fair In all things clean In all things It la essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to of for the WEEKLY OOUBIKBOUBNAL one yearend this paper for the price named above Send your subscription for the toms bination to usnot tc the CourierJour RUBBERS I We have a complete stock of the fa mous BALL BAND Such as the Ladies Storm Rubber Arctics Mens and Boys Felts I Arctic Rubber Boots and Overshoes Prices from 50c to 4 1 Come In And See Our Large Line Best QualityThe Ball Ban d +14H+Nt1f + HIf1+ + t SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Jr djWe t t A Carload of Buggies direct From the Factory t Clean and frost all 1010 stylos Wo will repre sent four factories nUll kindly asks n share of your patronage Como in and look nt our stock nnd make selections I will have thorn finished notord lug to cpioificatioiu ns our limited cpaco will nut allow a larger tock como early S rW H HIGGINS- St nford Kentuckyrl1liI the Dncoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky a Capital 5000000 Surplus 4300000 Resources 34000000 Si H SHANKS PRESIDENT WM BRIGHT CASHIER- J t B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH- H C CARPENTERBOOKKEEPER HtfYS FOSTER CLER- KDIREOTORSI JB Owaloy Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Goo W Cuter Stanfor 1 John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford T 0 Rankin TraylorGilborUII Cummins Preachewville LilhuruLGooch Gilberta Creek I THe Wintry Blasts I May Come- And the Rain and Snow Full but your Block will keep warm in Nunnelleys New Stock YardsIPlenty of Covered Pens mid Feed I and Water DaySecond RURAL TELEPHONESM- R FARMER Make your homo as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in u 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 gat for a sum that u smallcompared with the benefits received Call or uddre our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tmn for information regarding our spscial Far mers Line rate If you are not at present eujoyiug tclcph jin servica we KantuokyTennessee r I Illinois EAST TEN NE3SER TEL tlC TEL CO 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