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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): January 7, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 int1910010701_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 7, 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. fl The Interior Journal. VOL. XXXVII. imODHEAD. i Miss Esslo l'ike, of Livingston, with relative here. Tho firm of AlbriRht &. A Jams will be dissolved Feb 1 and each muti will go Into the goods business alone. Sayers Bros. & Ilsinm have told their mw mill to Wm llrown and (3 w. Albright. Tho mill will noon be tnovwl from its present site In the 5ay'r neighborhood to a point near IWc l.lrk, where n tr.ict of timber belonging to lliutin, of Crab Orchard, will be tow- STAMFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY MATRIMONIAL. KIIz-- j ' 7, 1910. NO. 90. NEWS NOTES. MIm Francis Allen w LS W. E, Este and Miss Benge link her life at 44 were joined heart and hand n few dss New Orleans because she was losing 44 44 44 her cyoiight. 44 since. 44 44 Representative Jnmo M. Griggs, of At Madison, I ml , John Wyntt, ngcrf 44 44 44 44 90, nnd Mrs. Mullio lluuhfn, 00, were the Second Georgia district, died sud44 miiife one 44 denly al his home Ht Dswson, Ga, Jolm W. fowling, editor of the NichJames T llll-- and MUs Kiln II Preston wsro m rri-- d at liarrodsburg olas County Advocate, suffered a second stroke of paralysis this week. His contht other diiy. I) Crfnlwoll, of Harrrds dition is critical. Mrs L 44 Barney Dreyfus nnnoncM that the 44 burg, imnwineiM th I'ligngeinent of 44 44 Pittsburg ball tam will go to West 44 M'S T Mints Cardwell, to 44 44 44 ed. 44 Adnlph II tlorjos, of Cincinnati, 0 Baden, Ind , March?, to begin training 44 44 44 Will tho party who Rave in tho fol- The wedding will take place Tutftdiy for the coming season 44 64 44 u for omitSmith died neir Bristol, Ten-nu- t, Jnms lowing item .loie pirdon Al G KVrhurt, whiwu marralge to 44 44 44 from the tTtfcts of booze. He 44 ting It lait week7 At the regular dec MIm Elvira Snyder Millr, formerly of ON 44 nnd installation of offlieM Mon Louisville, took place in Cincinnati In t had been drunk continuously since sation day, the 27th, of la month, Hrodhend stimtnsr, Ims issued a statement, in loons opened nt Bristol. Six mrn were injured by the explos Lodge No. MO F & A M. Instnlled the which ha stale that lie and his wife 24 ion of nu nmmonla tank in the'warc Or. W K. Cravely, have ecparnted .followinR ollifer Syl-n, house of the Pennsylvania Cold btore-ng- i W. M , F I. Durham, secretary. Thomas C Moblt-yn prosperous Co , of Philadelphia Border, S W. Julian Honiara )ouug farmer, and Mios Lillian P. Gar4 Frank Crabtree anil Frank Perkins V4 J. W.t A M Hiatt, S D ; W. II An- ner, of the East End, will Iw married 4 derson, J D ; J. C. Cherry, Troni , J. Jan 'J bv Rev. Ilurkv. The prospective are wanted at Somerset on tho charge Higman, Tyler; ;Bd Smltn and C II. bride ht an exceedingly handsome and of murdering, robbing and burning AnFrith, Stownrds. attractive young woman and is very drew Ramsey near Stearns. At Nashville Lizzie Crenshaw cut the The debate botwecn Itev. G W. Rob- popular with all classes erts, of Kipley, Iowh, representing tho On Wednesday, 21th, Mr Fiances E throat of John M.Jennings, with whom She was placed in jail, Nan- sho lived Church of Christ, and Elder B. K Long, Glougie, of Centerville, and Mis of Lnmona, Iowa. ropreienting the nie Anderson, of Sanger, surprised where she hung herself. Jealousy is Latter Day Saints, began last Monday their many friends by ilriving to Fres- assigned John 1). Rockerfcller, Jr., was sworn night, when Kev. Roberts affirming, no nnd taking upon themselves the vows opened firo upon tho Mormon. Tho that made them husband and wife. In ns foreman of a grand jury in New subject to bo discussed this week or in The ceremony wus performed by Rev. York, the special mission of which will of two lectures each Duncan Wallace, of thu Cumberlnrd be an investigation of the MX discussions from each side, is whether or not the I'ryeshyterlan church, at 2 o'clock in "white slave trafic " Eleven persons are dead as the result Erwallml Church of Christ is u Bible the afternoon. The bride is the daugh church. EachVsido is being ably ter of Mr, and Mrs. T O. Anderson of eating canned peaches containing ptomaine poison nt Sswtelle, Cal All Bov. Roberts Is high up with and belongs to une of Sanger's he represents, while families and is n charming are members of a family which was the X . Kldcr l.ong is highly educated and well young lady. The groom is a son of Mr. first to settle in Santa Monica. When he saw his favorite horse dead, Mormon doctrine. Next and Mrs. A V Gluugie and belongs to ,crswl In tho x week six moro night will begin, when one of SanRer's most prominent fami- Noah Foley, a farmer living nenr CovtrmWormon will alflrm that his church lies and is liked by all who know him. ington, dropped dead. Foley had driv is scripturally founded. Rev. Roberta That evening they returned to the en the animal for 23 years and was so will deny it. The debate is very Inter- home of the bride's parents, where attached to it that ho would allow no esting nnd is drawing a lorge crowd to they received the congratulations of one else to care for it. Richardson Watson, an old slave, and this place. The chapel nt the Graded their many friends. They are now at only Negro resident of Elliott county, School building is being used to accom- home on their ranch modate tho crowd which is attending, Both of these young people died nt Sandy Hook, The Negro lenves hdward Hubbard, of Stanford, is mod- are well known in the younRcr soci.fl valuable property, which was left him erator for Rev, Roberts and Klder J. circles and start oil in married harness by his master, but which will revert to 4,5 4tI4s14sI's1S-SS'S'sSS'S.S..r(.i- y W. Metcalfe, of Uuisville, for Elder with the very best wishes of u large the State since he leaves no heirs. Passenger train No 10, an accomLong Rev. A. J. Pike is president. number of friends Sanger, California, Eider John Hart, another Mormon ri- Journal. The bride is a nieco of Chief modation on the Louisville & Nash IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. der, of l.aramle, Iowa, is with Elder or Police B. D Carter, of this place, ville, was sldewiped near Bowling Mrs. Ed Hamncr is deod at Danville Long. and a daughter of Mrs. Rosn Anderson, Green by through passenger train No. Pat Rooney is dead in Richmond, the 3, from Cincinnati. Nobody was killed, Turnersyille section. formerly of the but about 12 of the passengers were se- result of a fall. Officers of the House nnd Senate. J. Perry Colyer, aged 82, is dead at riously injured. CHURCH MATTERS. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Oill:ers of the House: Thomas Smith, 1G years old, was Somerset. S. Wilson, Union Speaker-Geor- ge A protracted meeting began at the Thomas Alexander, aged 23, is dead killed at Empire Station, Logan coun Methodist church at Moreland Wednescounty. ty, by an unknown man who was riding in Mercer after u protracted illness of ORGANIZED IN 1882. Chief Clerk James E. Stone, Louis- day. Rev. Roberts, the pastor, is be- between cars on a freight train which consumption. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. 7 ing assisted by Rev. Flsncry, of ville. Charles King, of Madison, is under was passing the station, on the platSURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. j Wicker, Assistant Clerk, William form of which the boy was standing, arrest at Richmond for failure to sup HASJPAIDJIN DIVIDENDS, $2IoO0 Tho Methodist congregation will wor- shooting Roman candles. Crittenden county. ply his family. Scrgeant-at-Arm- s C. W Longmlre, ship at the Christian church Sunday. Some unknown scoundrel shot o. u. A of geldings raised in wesCombines AbioIutcSafety with Satisfactory Service. MoJern Safety Rev. D. M. Walker will fill the pulpit tern Iowa Lexington. nccntly sold in the auction Huffman, a Mercer county farmer, in Amy Lyons, in the morning and Rev. J. J. Dickey ring Enrolling Clerk-M- iss at Sioux City, according to re- tho ankle while ho was at his barn late Dipoj'it Boxes for Us: of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account! B at night. Frankfort. port, for $422 per head. They were the other evening. Rev. George B. Wyntt, pastor of the taken by a firm in Duluth. Doorkeeper -J- oseph T. Embry. LinMrs. Martha Corder. her daughter, Another l 'iWTiTwin: Christian church at London, has ac- load brouRht about $385. Theso were Mrs. James Kidd, and three small chil coln county. of cepted a call to become pastor of the Janitor Warren R. Shacklett. dren were consumed in a lire, which mostly horses out of high grade OFFICERS. DIRECTORS. Tenth Christian church In Paducah. He , Meade county. destroyed their home, at Plavens, in mares and by American-bre- d s Cloakroom-keeperF. Reid, j, H. Baughman, Street Russell, succeeds Rev. C. E. Jackson, who re- Percheron stallions. President:, S. Hocker, Wayne couuty. M. D. Elmore. J. M Pettus, Todd county, and.'A. E. Kenton, Rob- signed to become an evangelist in JefS. T. Harris, John Gregory, a Wayne county farmH. C. Baughman, J. F. Cummins, . ferson county. ertson county. oiled his pistol withni- er, by mistake MIDDLEBURG. John , McRoberts, Cashier; S, T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, Officers of tho Senate: When he 'snapped tho A. II. Royalty is proprietor and genII. C. Baughman, Asst. Cash'r W. B. O'Bannon CalTern-Co- nn Of Boyhood. . S. Hocker, Linn, Those Pies President I'ro hammer an explosion followed and ho C. E. Tate W.W. Saunders, Bookkeeper. Hon delicious were the pies or boy eral manager of the Yosemite hotel was dangerously injured. low cy county. .No pies now ever taste so now. Chief Clerk -- George II. Peters, hood daughter of J. J. The The weather has been propitious for good, Whai's changed thu pies? fell in the fire and raising winter crops of tobacco and oth- Holliday, of Mercer, d Assistant Clerk Jcsso M. Alvcrson. No lu j oil. You'to lo4ttho strong, was burned to death, A Lincoln county. healthy stomach, tho vigorous liver, er products of tho farm. daughter of George Young fell against Hart Coffey, who was elected Enrolling Clerk Miss Jcnnio McDon- tho actUekidnejs, the regular bowels a red hot stovo and received fatal in this precinct, failed to qualify ald, Frankfort. of l)o)lu)(Kl, Vour(llgetIon Is poor burns. tt Ayres, Ful- and von blntno the food, Whnt's and that office is now vacant. if Prof. W. H. Demotte, for six years BflBJ ppiSpjsf tjBjiBAgSJ lsssJssfIMSBMprfslBJsSMsMMfcMS W. T. Moore caught a large wild A complete toning up by needed? ton. one of the most prominent educators of Gates Electric lilitors of ull orguns of di- duck in a steel trap u fow days since. the deaf and dumb in the UnitedlStates. Young, Owensboro. gestionStomach, Liver, Kidneys, He set the trap for a muskrat but the died at his home in Indianapolis. He B. F. Pemberton, Shel- Bowels Try them. Doorkeeper They'll rcstcro duck came that way first and was was 80 years old and was born at V)ssJHsssHsMVssssHssIVssVsssHi by county. your boj hood nppetlto snd uppreclu caupht. this State. Tho officers and teachers of the Bap Cloakroom Keeper S. 0. Catlett, turn of food uoil fairly saturuto your Archie Brasher, aged 15. was instantPrinceton. body wltli new li.mltli, BtreuRth and tist Sunday school treated the children ly killed by Sidney Johnson, while the to candy Sunday. Misses Minnio HansWV'BBSSsssBJPPSBBBBBSsW Ul'tll99lttKKVfm!Km,fm3t.K vigor. 60j ut Penny's Drug Store. hunting near their home in ford, Mary Bryant und Willie Fogle two were hubble7 Marion county. Young Johnson was Mrs Knowsitt The people in the had charge of the matter and did their prostrated over the accident and refus- lsssSWsjpilsjjiii It F. Sloan's sale was very well atpart well. next apartment have bought a ed to leave his dead companion. tended, considering tho cold weuther. Wm Watkins has bought Mrs Mary Sam Arthur, who recently moved to Household goods sold well; mules BssssssssssssssssssssssssMssjssss Mr. Knowsitt That's all right. I'm Adams' farm on Fishing creek, near brought $350, milk cows $22.50 to $13. this city from Monticello, and went ingoing to give our boy a horn and a Waynesburg, for $1,600, and will try to the grocery business, was arrested Jamos McKechnlo has been on drum on Christmas. Squire his hand at raising tobacco. R. B. Monticello for the robbery (no sick list for n few days. T. 0. Young has bought of Rav. J. S. Taylor and taken to Rankin went to Atlanta this week. D Tho Mann bill providing,for the ad 1G acres of land opposite the Methodist of the postoilice ntthat placeon tho 8th bomerset jour F. Runkin has moved to the J. P. In- ministration of tho Panama Canal Zone church, and is having it laid off into nf last November. gram farm In Garrard county. Mr, Bo- passed thu House 119 to 102. The meas- town lots, which he will puton the mar- nal. During the seven days of the present na and Misses Jessie and Jean McKcch-ni- e ure abolishes the Isthmian Commission ket in the near futuro. no saloons, there were visited their uncle, Mr. Wm. Mc- und invests tho legislative, executive Prof, and Mrs. M. II. Judd, of Bar- - holidays, under Kechnlo, at Marcellus, this week. Mrs. and judicial (tower on the Isthmus in bourville, spent tho holidays six arrests for drunkenness. During with Mrs. holidays of the last year of saloons Campbell, of Somerset, is visiting her the President of the U. S. Mary It. Fogle here. MissSalena Jones tho 37 arrests made during the McKechnle. brother, James Is at Arabia, Lincoln county, visiting there were A Congressional investigation of the same length of time, for same ofTense. -:- GeneralLand Office and the forest ser Miss Cleola Jones. Mrs. Laura Leo -:- Napoleon's Grit Somerset Republican. vices of the government, growing out and daughter, Miss Bessie, returned e attempting to alt down in a was of tho uncunquerablo, While from Kingsvillo Sunday. Rhodes Yea- conkind, tho kind that you need most of the her home In Lancaster, Mrs. returned homo chair atKlnnaird, one of the is provided for In a joint res- ger, of Georgetown, when you have a bad cold, cough or troversy, W. H. yesterday, after several days spent section of the State, fell Ginluug diiousu. Suppose troches, cough, olution which was ittroduced in the two with McD. Fogle. Prof. J. S. Law- - women In that Houses of Congress. syrups, cod liver oil or doctors huve Tuesday mornlntr for Oklaho to the floor and broke her hip. Owing horn loft It Is feared ull failed, don't lose heart or hope to her advanced age, Garrett S. Wall, of Maysville, was ma to attend the land sales. Take Dr. King's Nejv Discovery. named by Gov, Willson to fill the vathe shock will prove fatal. A Frightful Wreck. Satisfaction is guaranteed wheu used cancy on tho Board of Control of CharWork 24 Hours a Day. fur any throat or lung trouble, It Ins itable Institutions. Mr. Wall is a prom of train, autumobilo or buggy may of noMloss sulTerers causecuts, bruises, abraslous, sprains, The busiest little things ever made saved thousunds g inent attorney at Maysville, a or wounds that demand Bucklon's Ar are Dr. King's New LUe Pills. Every It masters stubborn colds, obstinate democrat and former Confederate globule of healtb greatest healer. pill Is a gugar-coato- d coughs hemorrhages, In grippe, croup nica Sulve-eurth'- s BKANCIi;HOU3fc28TANFORD, KY., Tliiirnan;K. Tudor, Mgr. Quick relief and prompt euro results. tbat changes weakness Into strength, asthma, bay fever aud whooplngcough Telephone, N-j- . 153. into Becoming entangled in a belt In a For burns, bolls, sores of all kinds, lannuor Into energy, brain-faami Is tho most safo and certain reiuo-d- y 60c. corn crushing mochine, Wallace V, eczema, chapped bands and lips, sore mental nower: curing constipation for all bronchial utTectlons. farmer of yes or corns, its supreme. Surest ' Headache. Chills. Dyspepsia, Malaria tl. Trial bottle freo at Penny's Drug McCormlck, a Winchester, was fatally wounded. pile cure, 25c at Penny's Drugstore. 25o at Penny's Drug Store. Store. I I , PRICES CUTI ALL i: !i a n ;; OVERCOATS I !; I J 1 8 '4 Call And See. Cummins & if well-know- n n i it Wearen, 1 it STANFORD, KENTUCKY. is :J FIRST NATIONAL BANK, King-woo- d. car-loa- d Per-cher- "' Lou-Uvlll- c. four-year-o- ld three-year-ol- con-stub- le Sergcant-at-Arms-Mo- Assistant-Scrgeant-nt-Ar- graph-ophon- e. I GEORQE1H. FARRIS, Stanford. H. B. NORTH CO TT, Dealerin Wool, Hides, Furs, Salt, Lime, uovcr-suv-di- Pinchot-Balleng- er best-know- n Live and Dressed Poultry, Eggs, lice,! Coal, , seng and Feathers. PHONE 35, LANCASTER, IKY. life-lon- g well-know- n H. B. NORTHCOTT. StanfordJ The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON HON. HARVEYtHELM, til Lincoln county, Is b candldnto for re nomination for Congress from tho MRhth district, ttihject totbenctloii of the demo- In a pijtol duel at Dresden, Term., between Prof. Clarence Carney and his mother-in-laMrs. Sarah Grlffln, CarBeware of ney was killed. Moral: your mother-in-law- . Additional Local. Stockholders' Meeting !' Auctioneer! FOR SALE 1 offer niT services tnthn nennte of Lin A meeting of the etockholdersof the Hirst held National Hank of Htanford will Tuesday nt coln county as an auctioneer, Hatlsfnrtlon II, W. McWIIOUTKIl, In guaranteed, hanking house the second their Morelnnd, Ky., It. K, 1), No, I January, lli. for tho purpose of electing directors for the entiling yenr. Jon J. MclloiirKu, Cashier. I DRY m 5 Mr. Cicero Reynolds declined to cratic party. qualify as councilman and his place was A meeting of the stockholders of tbit Linto hnvo been filled by the other mem- coln County Nnllonnl llnhkof Htnnfordwlll l held nt their luinklnit Ihiiw the second OWN A HOME. for the In Jnnunry, ber nt the meetine Inst nlcht. The Tuesday directors for If 10. ensuing urKie of ear. plccllns; the W, M. llnlttllT, Cashier. A man who has a family owes It to election of city ollteers was nlm on tho himself and to them to own a home in program for Inst night. which they may dwell. At least this Tiik Pio.NREii or Fraternal Urns Bhould be the great elTort of his life, ficiary Societies The Knights of meeting of the stockhnMcrs of the Na(loldsmith sings of the golden age of Honor. This grand order hM done bus- tional Iwnkof HiistonUlle will I held nt England, when every man owned lib their iMiiklnt house In llu.lohvllle theHand iness in Kentucky for 37 years and has Tit ln In Jnnunrt . loin, between "rood of Inml." There comes to the paid in this one State sinco its first 14rd . M.. lor the iuiiie of Heeling dlrec-oliiPiiir the ensuing nr. man who dwells in his own houso a .I.,!. i.l.tm In lc?f? ihet nnnrrnnna ftlltll J, V, Hot kin. Cashier. Fen.e of citizenship which ne could not of nm) inw ,u orRnnIzn. He becomes thereby, feel before , t() m , bene. .leT.tif.ed with the community and the mQmbe )0 of his g Interests of the community become The order is. pro J. L. Ki.kin, l'rtir., , interests. He feels a sense of respon- . v vuiuvi sibility ho never before experienced, liiKaan. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. plan. Your rate fixed at entry nnd so He feels n new Interest in tho roads, remains for life. Free initiation and the schools, tho churches, the taxes, only one assessment per month. No tho civil olllcers. He becomes jealous more raising of rates at old ngo. Renlry outside rooms, Commercial truselera of the reputation of his community. lief to member over 70 years old who or month.it specially. Hicclalarotn liy LinTho proprietor Is former There comes to himself nnd family a are disabled. For further information coln county limn nnd lilt Irlends lion Id relilui when stopping In his town. sense of independence which is pecu- nee J. Kickelman, Bpecial deputy, or member liarly gratifying to human nature. A Dr. T. S. Kennedy. pride of home springs up which shows -- m in trees and flowers, In paint and itself The Carter Reunion. -- An enjoyapaper, in fences and gates. It is im- ble event to Mr. and Mrs. P. W. CarIntroduce g of all their To lieiiutllul our ery complete Hprlug line possible to build up a neighborhood ter was the wool tutting, ssmli fabrics, of tt ml silks, etc., hdkfs, of a shifting ten- children for Christmas. W. Hill Carter, fancy wnlstlUKs, up (lute N. Y, luces Patfrom the resources to pettlconls. Alt Cltv antry. It is like speaking to a process- from Hugoton, Kansas, K T. Carter, terns. Finest line on the market. Ivnllng llli ion. of Evansville, Ind., Miss Mary D. Car. directProltts the mills you will llnd our price tlo.njto J.i.ll veekly Hit in pies low. was such an oppor ter. from Pittsburg. Pa.. Miss S. Maud nnd full Instructions packed In neat sample There was never ense, lilpped express prepaid. No money tunity for tho tenants of Kentucky to Carter, Morganton, N C, came to requlrtd. Kxclustxe territory Write for own homes as the present. The labor meet with those at home to enjoy particulars. He first to apply. HT A Ml A HP DlllKSdoOlltt'O., IIKIT, K. 1. On Christmts conditions give to them the use of the Christmas together. Illnghnmton, N. Y. soil. Farm products are enormously day tho father, mother, children and high. To the tobaceo tenants, cspec- - grandchildren, with Qro. J. Q. Mont-iallthis is the chance of a lifetime, pomery, sat down to a sumptuous din-I- n the last 25 years hundreds of ten- - ner, which had been most carefully ants have saved their earnings and to- - prepared for the occasion and which day are not only living in their own was especially enjoyed by those who homes but many of them have blue- - had not been at the home table for farms. This ought to be an in- - ny years. Although all were happy An all 'Round Blacksmith. Steady spiration to others. To this large class and thankful to meet again at the old of industrious and worthy citizens let it home and sit once more around the Employment antl Good Wages. be said "The land is before you, go cheerful fireside, all hearts were made I sad because of two vacant chairs. The up and possess it." I .: two had gone on beyond Miss Lizzie Lancaster, Ky. my support, in iiw lo , E. and Dr. P. Walter Carter. May the "i support ana enforcement oi a uni richest blessincrs'attend this family and trie form local option law with the county may they have many more reunjon9 i9 iUUtixtl J. . . as us governing unii, uecuuse ucuc.o ouf wlsh A FRIEND, Vifo Buy ,?&& ' ... .. ed in it. In my first and in a later mes- W-toU- . Hubble. Whilst in the midst of sage, I believed then and believe now HWos and that it was then and is now the serious great preparations for the festivities of t. Wool wish of a great majority of the people Christmas Jand the reunion of family FcathrnTn3WvtUcwax, Clwnc- - S j and friends, death, that most unwel-refusof Kentucky, and notwithstanding the of the last General Assembly to . come messenger, made his appearance, Vr Wild Ctotr. etc tieicii nuUuhrd la I35& Oref IWacutoirin enact it. 1 present it again and again claiming husband, father, grandfather LtfuttTiHj" and cn Jo better fcr oa tScn and friend. How sad, yet it deeply earnestly recommend this measure to t or cscwiWoa mrrchuli. HeJemxt, consideration and ask that it b presses us that "in the midst of life 107 Da1c ! LouuvUk. Vi'iii fi vtrU nrtnnlerf., nn.l I shall keen the faith and , there is death." John M. Hubhle was , . pnc tui tnd rtipitas U;?. Dec. ain it if it be enacted." Gov. Willson born April 27, 1844, and died years 29, W.Sabol A Sons, of 229 E. Uarkel St. in his message to the Legislature. And 1909. He was, therefore, 65 LOUISViLLC. KY atill when urged by thousands and age. While quite young he enlisted thousands of the temperance people to with Co. D, 13th Ky. cavalry. Shortly call the Legislature into extraordinary after returning home he joined the 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE session for the passage of temperance Baptist church and was a consistent laws. Gov. Willson positively refused, member up to the time of his death, Having gotten into office by the help having served his church for 23 years of the whisky democrats, and owing as deacon. He was married to Miss them the debt of gratitude he does, the Mary R. Bastin, to whom were born 10 governor is not fo anxious to have the children, eight of whom, together with Traoc Mark caunty unit law extended as he would his widow, survive. Mrs. Garland SinDesigns gleton, of Stanford, is one of the chilCopyrights Ac. have the people believe. Anyone lending listen sna description msr dren. To his dear wife, children, grandquickly ajceruin our opinion frss whether in InTentlon IspnibablrpatentnhtA Hon. J. M. Alverson, of this office, children, friends and church we extend tlonsstrtctlr confidential. HANDBOOK Oommnnle. onl'stenta seal Tree. Miami pcncr lor sscunnff PAlsrus, won in the race for Assistant Clerk of our deepest sympathy. Thy will, oh Patents taken tbroosn aiunn 4 Co. receive Rvrtot nocui, turnout en mine the Senate, as we predicted he would. God, be done. After the funeral serHe got 24 votes out of the 20 demo- vices, conducted by Rev. W. G, Tilford, Scientific American. The fellow, O'Connell. who his remains were laid to rest at crats. Aiiandiomelr lUottrttMl weklr. TAfsTtlt f1f cu 111 on of anr clentiflo Journal. Term, is a rear. foartuontba.lL Hold brail nawstdeatem. ran against him. got only two votes, Eubanks for that great, day. R. R. Noel. MUNN New York but from what wehear of him, that Branch OOoe. OS V 8U Washington. U. C. was about as many as he deserved. Honor Roll of Stanford Graded Senator E. Bertram, of the Wayne dis- and High School for month of Decem trict, nominated Mr. Alverson in a ber, 1909: ! handsome speech. Mr. Joel T. Embry, Grade 1 MorganSmith Baughman, surprised his friends also of this place, Henry Baughman, Joanna Ballou, Anby his runaway race for Doorkeeper of nie Lee Eubanks, Harvey Embry, Mack HnvltiK sold my farm, I will sell publicly the House. He announced his candi- Farmer, Joe Grimes, Marie Powell, on WKUNKHIMY, JAN. IH. 110, dacy only a day or so before the Leg- Thelma Powell, Ida Pettus, William islature convened, but he won with Tate, Manuel Turpin, Powell Withers. The following prnpertr, Ilrood Mnre, In foul to Jack, I llugic Mure, snfe for votes to spare. He got 53 votes to his ni Sophie Saunders, Eloise women and children to drive, iyeurllnt! well Grade 2 3 nearest opponent's 12. Success to both Beazley, Mary Brackett, Daisy Luns-for- lies, Work Mules.welland i years old, any where, a milk broken and ork of the young men. cows, with youii; cales, bulls, hornless Morris Jackson, Sam Craig. red bull,! years old, I yearling Jersey bull, Tilden 1 yearllnK steer, heifer, IV Berkshire stock Baughman, Grade 3 Earl wagon hogs, fat hoKi, 1 phaeton, 1 The redistricting committee appoint- Cooper, Bailey Dawes, Rachel Hill, and 1 set of harness nnd plowgenr, lcultlvn-tor- .l ed by Gov. Willson would combine I corn mowing mnclilne. Virgil Moore, John Reid McKinney, er. Farming ImplementsIdrllf, nrlous crushkinds, of Boyle and Garrard into one Legislative lou barrels of corn In crlh.l carload or more Willie Rankin, Sarah Trayior. district. Adair, now combined with of baled Timothy hay, lot unbnled hay In Grade 4 Hobart Arnold, Annie V. barn, some household and kitchen furniCumberland, would bo a district by itthings too numerous Craig, Leon Davis', Frances Embry, ture and uinny other side meat and should to mention, A let of Louisville and Jefferson county self. Annie R. Powell, Clarence Singleton, ers. inwould be given ten Representatives A. x, Hale to begin promptly at Claiborne Walton. 'firms made known on day of sale. Ky. stead of eight. Woodford and JessaMcKinney, Stockholders' Meeting Htock of genernl merchandise In Huston-Mil- e on Main Htrevt. Well known stand and trade tstiilillslied. Write fur particuV, II. Mom 11' lars to Hustonville. Ky. J. J. BELDEN, Knr llonsrand Carriage Pointing nnd Trimming. Pllier llHHglllC.IIIIIIUIHllAM'ksmlth' lug. Nhopoppmlte. depot. J.J. 11m lih.N.siHiifonl. Kr PEE - rr X i Stockholders' Meeting -- -- FORSALE! Hotel, at CmlilH-chanl- . nlMi i acriMs street, Ilk immi otftee and a csHlage or olflce iff three rooms. All neeesaary ipatbnlMings, MIM.l't'HTIMIiljVr'tl. t'raliOrehHrtt, K. (low What is as important at this season of the year than good dry serviceable jmt store-riMin- CLEMENS HOTEL ... .. Stock of Merchandise Shoes that will wear well, and keep the feet practically dry, the most foolish person is he for Sale. desire toell prliat. nn stock of who neglects his feet in Winter. We do our ceries a nil Hardware. Imlng a good Will uk health. llnolce about F"i Iteasuu very best to get the longest wearing and dry-e- st tlKO. HOIM'CU.Htnnford.'Ky. footwear possible. That heavy I ly Gro- liuil-ue- III 1). m D. CARTER, LADY WANTED B. Now Llvorv Dopot Stroot, Phono DO, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. home-comin- "Walk - over to size. When it comes to 9 G. B. RRUITT, Moroland, Kentucky, New supply of Hu(,n ami Drugs gets. Appropriate Christmas for nil. Call and seo. jires'-cut- anybodys at $2, $2.25 and $2.50 according calf shoe at $3.50 and $4. The "Hocker Bootee" leather lined at $5, Old Honest Mike boots and shoes you all know, and that boys Level Best School shoe just a little better than y, WANTED! W. J. ROMANS, G. H. I'nviTT, Moreland, Ky. ma-gla- ss Harry Jacobs, Healer In and Manufacturer of; Rubber Goods rubber arctics at $2.25 and $2.50, our rubber boot at $4 and our $6 rubber boot with hand sewed leather soles, are all in a class by themselves. The best rubber footwear on the globe pretty strong but its true. s we have them all beaten a block. Our all Marblo and Cranito Monu-mont- s, Markers and Posts, Cemetery ami Va.es and rH'ttees. OlHce nnd works, Mc Kinney, Ky. FURS M&k FARM FOR SALE 1 al im-yo- ur A No. 1 farm of IBS ncres. House has four rooms nnd a good cistern. There Is a good barn and abundance of stock water. This land Is about half Virgin soil adapted to raising grass, hay, corn, wheat, oats, hemp and toliocco. and Is all In grass eiceDt about ) ncres and is on the pike near good schools, cuurcnesaim uepoi, sua uasn goouorcnam anu ouinouses. Ick Ilox Id, Htanford, Kentucky, H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. i Heport of The Condition of The McKirweij Deposit Bank, Doing business In the town of McKinney, IIHEjE Co.Br. Lincoln county, Ky., At the close of business Dec. '."I, ISv. ltesuurces. ssssssF sBssPt "yflsCL ' l50 Mlww J" tu' Ixrans and discounts with one or Heat estate mortgages Hpecle moreendorsers as surety IIU.TM isi 12 ISO (II ft,cil til Time loans on collateral Due from State Hanks and Hankers 1J,)M &S Cuecks and other cash Items Dverdrufts, unsecurtd Current expenses pr.ld Heal estate, banking house Furniture and fixtures Liabilities: Capital stock paid In, In cash Hurplus fund ITudlvldctlprollts Deposits subject tochs ck on hlch Interest Is not paid S,issl isi Mo V7 itt U tlM) Ul 2,iM (O iiJ Tt tl,lil 31 J15.KO 1 .. . , tt'Vt1 r I r - l&n va 10 IS PUBLIC SALE n,vxi is 1 W,UI 81 1 Htate of Kentucky, County of Lincoln,! HH I, H. II. Metcalf, cashier of the above naimxl bank, do solemnly swtar that the alxne. statement is true to tne best or . my knowledge and belief. It. 11. Mktcai.s-Huhecrllied and sworn to before me this 5th day of, Jan.lvlO. K. J. Tanner, N.H. My commission Kxplres Jan. SI, 1VII. P. M.Vnre, J. W. Cocking, K. L. Tanner, SCENK FROM Cashier. -- 1 ms G. L. Penny New Husband. 99 1 iiirectors. A Furiously Funny Musical Stew. POSTED. We. whose names appear below, strictly forbid bunting, fishing or any kind of trespassing on our places and will prosecute violators to tho full vitent of the law. Miss .Maine uewes, ueicneubacn Hros. A.T. Travlor. Kred Hauinann N. II. I'lummer, I.llburn Hooch, K.O. Nunnelley. win iiesier, J. W. l'eck. J. W. llaiighnmn David Hterens, J.K.IIruce, JohnCatneiilscb. Wm.Cordler. J)an Trayior, M. ii. Kimore, Kred llamlorf, (lotllb Click. H.M.Anderson, J.J.Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Jas. II. Kads J. K. Moser, Mrs. N.J. llorton A. Kinasa Mrs.CJeo. Ixgau. J.J.Klllott. W. K. Daugherty, Krunk C'ordler, Dr. O. a. l"erry, Ilev. Katherljeo, H. II, Ilaughman, H.W.Ualnes, A, II. uooi, Uriah Albright Mrs. Margaret (looch, Jacob (lander W. II. Trayior (leo.C.tllveni, Mam itoiivris. jonn juiur, M. J.llofmaun, Amend Hcluiefer, A.H.Matheny K.T. lleasley Mrs, J. H. Owsley, L.H.dnrncr, II. L. Kagaley, M.J. Morgan, M.T. Harris, ll.O. Watkfni, It. II. Crow, J.CIIundley. C. K.McOlure, Mrs. Nannie II. (Jooil, Anton Itoneoker, Anderson Curr, Krul VonOruenlgau W.M. Dlshon, jirs. T L. Ilaughmuii Mrs, Itebeccn niarauur It. Curieuter Ma Oluti. W. Koiuttt. M r . iiwreuce, John H, I a ii. I. Kerrlll, Tom Christian Jacob Krel Payk, W.W. Pitman, Alex (.'oopur. J. Nevlii Carter, K. II. DHiiham, Mrs. W. U. Welch, W. 1). (looch, II. C. Anderson, T. A. Itlce, ilusllelssl. Heuben Curtis, Chris Cameiilscli, Tlusley Hpoonauioru James Hmltli, A, L. Carter, 1. W, Carter, W. P.Orlmes, II. W. Unities W M.KUIds' J. I., llolticlaw, Mrs. Mattle White. ii. r..Mary iinines. W. ii. Keeton, Pepples, Miss A. L, Thompson, Juiuss Cesser, Walton's Opera House, Tuesday, Jan, Hth, R. II. Coffey K. R. Coleman M Grade Grimes, Nellie Hill, mine would be combined and Rockcas-tl- o Grace Hurst, Lettle W. McKinney, would be linked with Jackson inEmily Murphy, Jean Paxton, Ethel stead of Laurel, Laurel would be a Powell, Martha Raney, Ella Rigney, by itself. district Clinton Coleman, Jesse Hocker. Cait. Jackson Morris, now of Grade 6 Maud Arnold, Bessie Moore, Frankfort but formerly a Jackson coun- Effle Ware, Selina Routon, Tiliie Goldty man, tells the newspaper correspond- stein. Grade 7 Sallie M. Craig, Mary S. ents that Caleb Powers will likely defeat Congressman Edwards for the Cook, Boyce Hunn, Anna D. McRob-ertJohn T. McAlister, Mary M. RaCongressional nomination in the 11th district. As Morris is a henchman of ney, May mo Singleton, Gertrude WilkPowers, his utterances should bo taken inson. Grade 8 Effia Baughman, Robert with a good supply of salt. Carter, Harry Carter, Marion Grimes, Because his wedding clothes did not Eva Moser, Nancy Yeager. Freshman Joe Hill, Elsie Morris, arrive and he was forced to marry in a business suit, Walter 1). Lathrop, of Flora Morris Lillian Mueller, Mary E. Atlanta, filed suit against the South- McKinney, Lucy Lee Walton. Sophomore Morrison Bright, Eva ern Express Company for 11,000 damages. Eight hundred dollars of this Hilton, Virginia Mahony, Harris Coleamount iHsaid to be for damages to his man, Willie Moore, Emma Napier. nodal standing and $200 for the loss of Junior Sallie Burdctte, Elizabeth Higgins, Joseph Hopper, his wardrobe. Senior Thomas Bright. Hon. W. II. Shanks mado a handFrank Bennett. 9 years old. and Rob- some speech nominating Mr. Wilson , ert Holiday, 7 years old, were killed at for Speaktor. of the House. He knows juavsviue by a Uiesapeako & Ohio bow to do such things. train. 5-- A. II. McKINNKY, Dinwiddie & Co., Vinolf The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil, is a most Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and Strength. It is Especially Useful For Persistent Coughs and Colds, Sold under a Guarantee at s, Hustonville, Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We car ry an line up-to-d- ate PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. tfl of goods. f - I Many People Wait Allow Us To Thank You bt January Remnant Counter. For every penny of trniln you Imvc cnticd to come cur way. Wo have enUntil Jnnunry to buy their Winter Couta. Vmi ran now liny nt Uio tminl money's worth." This has been and always will 8fi Cont nt SU; 87.fiO CimU nt 3fi; $15 Conts nt 810; deavored to givo you "your Jnnimry Cut Prices. ho our motto. We want nil of our old ctielomors and n many new one us Our mom! Rig Remnant Hale is now on. Short lengths of Cottons, Gitv I'M Content Jlfi. Durinic tho month of .liinunry wc will present to ench will, to mnke our 'tore- their trading jilnco for the yoar HMO. Wu will do ghnms, Linens, Muslins. Etc., in lflngthi for Skirts, WniHe, Men's anI perron purohaing a Glut, n Fur Col In r. Tnko advantage of thii ollbr. ' nrtielo to lw ohtained for Hoys' Shifts. our very let topltiiMJ you, giving you llio the price; nIo, wo will not ue any other thnu leRitimnto method to get Now Whilo Goods, Now Kmbroitlarios, Now Laees. your trade. We mint morit your imtmnage or we don't want it nml if we Mon't givo yon ns good or hotlor mines tlmn you urn get any where, don huy of us. Wo invite n jiiiwrl)ii nwl will trout you as well fem a fie nn 8fi one. Agtiin tlmuking yon, we are yourn for huslnew; pur-eluir- f I SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Htanfohd, . K.Y., & second-hand SON. STANFORD KY. top bog- Dorm Rot Into W. II. lVpples' slicrp Fou Sale.- - A Tutwday niRlit anil killw) tun fine gy. This office. owes. Galvani, the world-fame- hypnotist, at Alcorn's A house - Jn. 7, 11)10 , are In box to make room for now stoek nt Penny's Drug Store. Romr ureal beftilC cloel out br,'ainii imt PERSONALS. W. V. WaB was down from Corbin Wednesday. Oaklky Holtzclaw is thought to txi n little better. Mil 11. C. WiiaY went up to Mt. non yesterday. LlTTLR i.UOY FllANCnaTnAYLOIt cr. is ill ! with pneumonia. Mh. t 0. Wahncb has been confined to his bed with n deep cold. Gait. James C. Klmork, of Jellico, Is here mingling with friends. daughter of Mrs. LITTLE Uora, Catherine McClary, is ill with croup. Miss Makrueritb Fox, of Danville, was the pucit of Miss Elfio HauRhman. ., Miss Moixik IlnooKS, of Crab Orch-viaited Mrs. Jumos F. Holdam ard, hero. ' f who hns a ?ood position in Indianapolis, is nlhome here for a few days. Db. T. W. Pennington spent u week or so with his sister. Mm. I'. E. Kemp, at Anniston, Ala. Miss Maktiia Paxton Mokfbtt, of Lebanon, was with friends here for a Mr. W. J. Rankin, who has traveled short time Tuesday. Uin.of Hustonville, is over a considerable portion of Kentucky M188 ie he (juest of Mrs. Lambert Haeerdon. in the post few months, tells us that he heard lota of people say they are for Jessamine Journal. Mn. W. H. Dknhah, of Oklahoma Judge M. C. Saufley for governor.) City, is here with his sons, Mcsirs. W. IN sending money for his paper to S. and E. H. Denham. January, 1911. Mr. E. E. Young, of has returned Mk. William Atkins Kennesaw, Neb., writes: "It is cold s visit to his mother here, from a with tho mercury 14 degrees be in Tennessee. and sister low zero and snow six inches deep. ReUiciiaiidson, of Mr. Ernest H. gards to my Lincoln county friendi." . Junction City, pU this offlec an apyesterday. AT tho meeting of tho Eighth District preciated call Car-rEducational Association held in DanMn. J. W. ALLEN and little son, Allen, arc both seriously ill n t ville, Dr. Fnllis, of that city, was chos Kcid en president, Prof. J. W. Ireland, of their home at Hustonville. Master W. K Siiucaub is ill with this place, vice president, nnd Miss whooplni? coujrh at the home of his Adarm, superintendent of Mercer coun ty, secretary nnd treasurer. Krandparcnts at Miss Sehena Younc, of Highland, Some very necessary work awaits is visiting her brother, Kev. E. E. tho attention of the street committee Court-housYounc, at Harlan of the now council. It is tho raising of ToMk. Paul Dkemer arrived from days ago and has be- some of our prominent street crossings. ledo, Ohio, n few They have sunken below the eurfaco gun his work as teacher in the High and arc very muddy, rendering them School. VanUeveer. who has unfit fsr use. A word to the wiso is Misa Frances sulllclent. been with" n big millinery house in for several months, ib at AN examination for graduation In the Tennessee Common School branches will bo held home again. Fred GaRNETT has succeeded L. in my olfice tho last Friday and Saturday Wcarcn Hughes at tho deK)t and W. In January. Applicants passing this B. Bullock has taken Mr. Oarnctt's examination will bo admitted to freo tuition in High School. I will be glad position as night agent. Miss Catherine Wahiien, of Stan- to see all who can, tako this examinaford, one of tho sweetest girls in old tion and attend tho High School. G. U'.niirlc. was here last week on a Singleton, Supt. visit to Miss Lou Hardin.-Somer- set To THE INSUIUNO Punuc. Having Journal. Virginia Bourne, who spent suffered loss to our church building and Miss Flor-enc- o contents at Hubble, Lincoln county. the holidays with her aunt, Miss lightning and being insured Trueheart, returned to her duties Ky., by in Bourbon College, through Jesse D. Wearen, tho Insuras music teacher ance man, Stanford, Ky., we, the trusat Paris. Tuesday. and members of tho above church Mr. W. J. Uankin, who has been tees in recommending Jesse In Tennessee for tho Capitol take pleasuro traveling of Tillin, D. Wearen and tho companies repreStock & Poultry Food Co., sented by him to the Insuring public O., is spending a few days with his Is his first visit homo for the very nrompt and liberal settlefamily hero. This ment of our loss. Signed, John C. Robin nearly five months. inson, trustee, C. C. Withers, trustee, T. S. Kennedy and wife will Dr. in a few days, where Richard Hester, trustee, James movo to Somerset member, W. II. Underwood, the doctor will practice medicine, ho member, J. A. Hammond, member. flattering offer of it partnerhaving a "Top-ay- " ship from Dr. Reddish, his "MA'S New HU8BAND."-T- he Dr. Kennedy and wife hove made many of "Ma's New Husband" Is even and friends duilng their sojourn here more eccentric and entertaining than they will be given up with sincere the original character of that name ever was. So at least several critics LOCALS. say. Dorothy is the name of tho maid of all work, who figures as the comeach night nt Vaudeville edienne in this three act musical farce -that has been crowding nnd turning '" An open grate stove for sale cheap. away well pleased audiences everywhere it has nppeared. Dorothy is See Dr. T. S. Kennedy, TI' droll in her manner, her talk and actho great Hustonville. Galvani, tions and she Is clovnr in a musica hypnotist, will bo at AIcorn'B Opera way besides. Her comedy Bong "Jokes" Houso, Hustonville, this, Friday eve- is one of the musical hits of the perning. Ho is a man of wonderfnl power formance. In tho duet "A Kiss," a and our West End friends should avail comic song, she also succeeds In raising themselves of tho opportunity of see-n- g many a luugh. Press exchanges agree his remarkable feats. instating that "Ma's New Husband" r on is called to the ad- is about tho biggest YOUR attention the road this season. No one should vertisement of W. K. Warner, the Opera House der and plumber of this place. He is miss seeing it ut Walton's prepared to do all kinds of work in his whero it will bo presented on Tuesday country evening next, Jan. 11. Seats will bo 1 no and makes a specialty of works and bath rooms. His work on sale at Shugsrs & Tanner's Drug water s and hie price reasonable. Store. Is Jesse Holtrclaw. Pay your account nt Adams Bros',. or seven rooms. W. W. White. Hustonville, und vou will bo moro prosIf you nre looking for frosh oysters perous during the year. and celery go to J. I). Horton's restnu-run- t. (RllAT reduction on tullor-madsuits nml overcoats. See samples ut Adams Mu. FiiBti II. Millbr Is ngaln workBros.' store, Hustonville. ing on tho court-hotrtwhich mesns A lilfi stock of Oliver plows arrived that it will be puthurl to completion. nt W. II. Higglns' today. Buy one Wanted, to buy n good Lincoln counand you will have the best. ty fnrm of tho valua of $20,000 to i. ii Address Lock Box 201, Stanford, I have sor snlo a fino mahogany sideboard and n mahogany table. Ky. See A. P. Brackett nt onco if you want Jake Cook, an older brother of John one or both. Conk, the colored barber, died after a Maiiony & Fish, insurance agents, protracted illness and was buried Sunhavo our thanks for a fine calendar day. with figures large enough that he who r, Talk with me beforo buying a runs may read. nnd see sample at my home. T. Those who wish to tako Irish cro- A. Brackett, local agent for Standard chet lessons will plcaso notify Mrs. W. Typewriter Exchange, New York. N. Craig nt once. Clais will begin on The directors of the Lincoln County Tuesday, Jan. 11. Fair aro requested to meet at the First We move that the wood, brush, etc., National Bank at 2:30 Friday afterthat camo from the trees cut out of tho noon, Jan. 7th. This is the last meetcourt-housyard, be moved nnd moved ing and a full attendance is desired. at once. Do wo hear a second? The members of the Buffalo Springs light will bo Fishing Club aro requested to meet nt The Kctchel-Johnsogiven in moving pictures at the Thea tho office of the secretary on Friday torium Monday and Tuesday nights, evening at 7:30. Very important busiOur sports to a man will bo on hand to ness to bo brought up. T. W. Pennington, Sec'y. see this. e Wanted To Rbnt. of six thw, Opcrn Mouse, evening. m r iti JJ. i? it.. ..i.,.. liilHt TW Tfninlilo-- W. O. Martin - mi ...- ' Mn. T. P. Bads has moved to Crab Orchard, where he will open n butcher shop. We hope the East End people will give him n share of their patronage. Wi: are glsd to note that in tho caucus held Monday, Jesse M. Alvcrson, of Stanford, won so easily his fiirht for assistant clerk of tho Sen ate, tho vote being 24 for Alvcrson and 2 for W. U. O'Connell. Advocate. A dem-o:rat- ic m cut in Furs. and We have three fur neck pieces left that wc cral sell at greatly reduced prices. We do this reason's goods. want lo carry this goods over have decided that it must This is your opportunity. ecv- - $30.-00- 0. mm will typo-write- family maro belonging to Mr. M. S Baughman dropped dead in town yesterday. He drove her to town and there seemed to be nothing wrong with her. Mr. B, thinks her death was caused by heart trouble. valuable All not and go. The local option committee of Somerset has withdrawn its contest and saloons will be opened thero at once. Somerset will now bo 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. Saufley has appointed Samuel Nichols Master Commissioner of Boyle and Charles M. Denman Master Commissioner of Mercer. His son, Mr. Geo. B. Saufley, was appointed to the office in this county, and Attorney W, I. Williams received the appointment in Garrard HUGHES, MARTIN & a CO., e Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. I n I IIf-sb- two-week- ol To taxpayers Lincoln County. I L. W. Hughes, formerly assistant will have to advertise and sell your ticket agent for the Louisville & Nashproperty after Jan. 1 if your tax is not ville at Stanford, came to Louisville paid in order to make my final settle- this week to fill tho position of assistment with the State and county. Set- ant city ticket agent here. Mr. Hughes tendered tle up and save this expense. T. J. accept his resignation at Stanford to the place in Louisville, which Hill, sheriff. was formerly held by D. W. McDonald, .. . s Mr Hughes who resigned last week The New and the Old. The be- is a cousin of Robert E Hughes, presginning of tho new year marks many ident of the Kentucky Electric Co., and in Louisville. He has changes but every four years the chang- is es ore moro numerous anent county of- seen long service in the railroad business. Courier Journal. ficials. The gentlemen elected on Nov. (Additional Local 2nd Pago ) 2 havo succeeded the old county officers. Judge James P. Bailey, for instance, Condition ol succeeds Judge J. S. Owsley, Jr., who has mode a most excellent county The McKinney Deposit Bank, judge. Judge Bailey served eight years on the bench nnd the county never had McKinnry, Ky., a better official. County Attorney W. S. Burch succeeds himself and will con- At rloHF of ItiiHinrNH lire. 31, 'Oil. ,. mwell-know- Our Store Will Be Closed January, 11 and 12, - tinue to prosecute tho evil doers and look nftcr tho legal portion of the coun- Lom nd ty's affairs. Tho circuit clerk's office, Omdrtfu which has been magnificently conducted for two terms by Mr. James F. Holdam, the cleverest man in the world, is now filled by that splendid gentleman, Mr. Josh D. Swope. Mr. T. J. Hill, who has made a most satisfactory sheriff 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 himself and the county. Mr. McCarty had a hard fight for his office and overcame obstacles which would havo disheartened a less gamo fighter. "Thompsy" Cooper will continuo to carry tho keys ta the clerk's office, neither the demo crats nor the republicans daring to op pose him for the position he can fill betDink "Uncle" ter than anybody. Farmer succeeds R. II. Coffey as jailer and everybody is glad to see the clever old gentleman and splendid democrat in tho placo he has been running for since tho memory of man runneth not to the contrary. Mr. Coffey filled tho offieo well and to Mrs. Agnes Herrin a good portion of the credit is duo. John C. Pepples the now assessor, is a sturdy farmer. Ho should make a capital assessor, ( having the knowledge of land and property that ho has. Ills 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 Nowell thought ho was running against him in the final election, but was badly distanced. For the fourth term ho has charge or tho public schools of the county. Mr. George P. Bright succeeds himself as coroner and will continuo to devote his attention to people who meet sudden and mysterious deaths. James McKechnlo continues to answer to tho namo of Squire in the Stanford district. Ho is a good magistrate nnd tho people showed good judgment In electing him. Mr. J as. K. Helm succeeds Mr, W. M. Duddorar as magistrate In tho West End and Rev. James N. Singleton will fill tho place of Mr. D. R. Adams in the Waynes-bur- g district. Rev. K. D. Noakes was RESOURCES. DiKOunli $4034192 355 50 During Which time We Will Take an Inven torv of our Stock. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky". Dinting Houte nd Lot Furniture and Fututrt Due From Bull 2399 00 13.451 Gh LIABILITIES. Capital Slock Surplui Undivided Profiu Individual Drpotili . 2,081 00 64 2.997 53 $ol,626 79 15.000 1.600 208 45.018 00 00 77 02 $61,826 79 Grots Earning! iU monthi ending DemUr3l, 1909. Diitributtd u Followi: Paid Current Expense Dividend No. 8 Undivided Profits Surplus $1.337 55 Tinging, Plumbing, Heating Don't let 1910 pafe without having house with a beautiful white hot and cold water through your 590 02 450 00 187 53 100 00 $1,337 55 R. H. METCALF. Cadiier. Condition ol The Porcelain Bath Outfit. Roofing PaioU. Havo W. K. WARNER to install your country water worku with National Bank of Hustonville, Ky., reasonable prices and guarantee. Al clote ol Buiueu D. 31, 1909. We also carry iu stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS; Itvoflng "d RESOURCES: Loam and diicounU Overdraft! U. S. Bond. Banking House, Furniture and Due from U. S. Treaauru . Due (ram Banka Cath and Caih ltm. LIABILITIES: Capital Surplui Circulating Notei Undivided ProEti Depo.ui Note and Dill. RediKounled $50,000 17.000 12.500 917 158.091 stcp-farhe- $147,360 1.660 12.500 Fa. 2,900 625 57,964 19,989 12 25 00 00 Call nnd see us. IV. 00 23 63 K. WARNER, V-Pr- Stanford, Ky. L.R. HUGHEM.rj. AT Thea-torlu- $243,199 23 W. L. M'CARTY.Pres. K. C. WALTON, v 00 00 ' 00 87 36 4.690 00 Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford. KentucKy. (iniHM Kiiniiug" Iiili Dec. !r HI. O Moutlm ltlOlJ. $243,199 23 Hud- 5,207 99 331 DiKount, Intrretl and Exchange balance January JO, iwv DUpotedoI at Follow.: Paid Eipeniet and Talc. Paul Dividend No. 53. 5 pri cent. Leave Balance to Undivided Prvtl. w Farms nnd Town Property Handled on Couiuiioeioii. Stocks niiil Bond Bold. If you Have Property to Sell or Rout Notify U. Write for Circular to laugh-make- $5,744 99 2.327 12 2.500 00 917 87 $5,744 99 first-clas- as magistrate of the Crab The two last named are clever gentlemen, but their politics wen, excuse us. Orchard district. J. W. HOCKER. Caduer L. R. HUGHES. Secretary. Stanford, Ky. w iwmimFf ' w'fpww he jii wimii It V The Interior Journal. Snttrtdinthe Htond-cla- u Post-OJfic- FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. V. 1. e matter. Two fresh milk cows for sale. Dishon, Stanford. It. F. D. No. at Stanford at C. K. McClurc sold the G9 ewes advertised in this paper to It. H. Crow at $6 CO. Mas. Elizabeth Blovcns, 83 years of who was badly burned near F. Owingsvllle by her clothes catching fire from an open grate, Is dead. jfo, KrlUhLL-ii- .flKl Rmh fll Outm HAIR ntip it Wff at air -- L. 5 N. TIME THBLE No.il, Ho utti.lliSir.. No.:B.-8outh,- That all divorco cases In Kenton county must hereafter be heard in open Dee Durdette, of Lebanon, cold to court, Is the ruling o. Judge Frank Carmlchael, of Jackson, Miss., 23 mules Tracy, to Bisitor Orf a vuiiiiui yviori m htfr iftlUM. siswiliisiw i TwsqpsHa ETTCTTTZ BALSAM ami tfitltVt U hh tatiHMaftl FTnwtK. NOTICE! sioi-K- RUBBERS. We have a complete stock of the mous fa- ISA M. No. II, North, 4;W A. H, No,, North, o;l r. St. No.J7,10.A at $175. For Sale. -- 300 M. No.r,I:40P.M. JOS. S. RICE, Agont. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dontist, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Office over McKobcrU Drug 8toro in tho Owsley Buildinp. MASON'S MEET. Lincoln Uxlge No. ft) K, A. M. will moot m Xntml roiniiitiiilciitlon on each llrst nnd third Montlny nights of obcIi month, nt 7:: o'clock In their hull on mnln itrooot, Htnn-forKy. Member of sister loJgesnro invited to Ih present. T, W. Hoc. Falljand Winter Stock. price business suit or the Illicit clot lies. rw 111 linvo thnt Imllvliiunllty nnil lit iblchiilnlnly Itullrntu they were mntle to jour measure. I wlllnlso tnko your mens-or- e for extrn trousers, fancy ests, top routs nnil overconts. Kit mid winter samples on hand ready for jour Inspection, H.O. IIUI'LEY. The Tailor, , Stanford, Ky, JV Hare your niensure tnkon hy n tnllorof ex perience, men jour ciouies. nupuittii iuw evening CUT FLOWERS, FOR SALE! I rnnfurnltli the public with tho Ix'st, ns roll ns the f reshest ol cut flowers, plants of til kinds, bulbs, potted doners, on short notice. Alto make n speclnltyot wreaths tor for funeral purposes. In connection with the nbove, I have nil llnds of vegetables on hand nt reasonable prices. CHUIHTMANOHKKN II0U8KH. Kd IIuiiiiaiiii, l'Hoit. Htauford, Ky. Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns. Nothing But Insuranco. Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, STANFORD, KY. Residence I'hone 4; OUlce, 5. Insure with me ami be fully protected. CONCRETING In position to 'We are such as lllock do nil kinds Work, creting, 1'arements and. In fact, we cnu make any thing from e bouse down to n fence post. Wo can serve s tou promptly and eunrnntee work nnd material. Call and get our prices seioreyou nuyjour material at leusi. flrst-clns- of con- PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. INSURANCE. Insures Tobacco, Tobacco Barns,! Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, attention R. B. MAHOISY clover hay. Hustonvlllc. D. I). Fox, Srt., will stand a Jersey bull near Itowen Station at 1 the season Id advance. Poland China boar shoats, will weigh from 85 to 100 pounds, for sale. M. S. Baughman, Stanford. Good mules at Madlsonvillc arc selling at $)00 a pair and first class mule colts at from $100 to $110. Caleb Hubble, of Pulaski, averaged $16 for his crop of tobacco; tho highest price was $13, lowest $13. Advocate. John Jewell shipped a bull to Cincinnati recently that weighed 2,020 pounds nnd brought the sum of $100. Jessamine Journal. J. C. Caldwell, of Boyle, sold for a fancy price 200 1, cattle to II. 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 It. C. Hocker, Stanford, It. F. D. No. 2. The number of sheep in the Un itcd States is decreasing, while the mutton is increasing, and as a result we And sheep commanding a high price. It. C. Gerlach, of Germantown, near Junction City, sold last week IS pounds of ginseng for $114. The crop was grown on a strip of land five feet wide and 40 feet long. For Sale. 20 extra nice yearling cattle, a pair of mare mules, three and four years old, and a pair of horse mules, fat. John G. Lynn, Ilustonville. 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 several wagon load3 of tobacco which were to have been taken to the Lexington markets the following day. d l'UAVE an wagon team for sale. Also a wagon horse for sale; or I will trade him for a good driving horse. This horse will weigh about 1,100 and a good one. B. D. Carter. Bargain. 354 acres of good land, of which 100 acres is bottom land, eight-roodwelling, two good stock bams, new tobacco barn, 36x90, 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 d eight-year-ol- HMl.niii.iT- - ... .. ,.!....,- - ..., for our nursery t is cnrefullvseieclesl. clean, thrifty Directors of the Louisville Railway ntl.l well Rrowii. I'rlees are bales of extra Rood J. A. kings Mountnlu, Lincoln Co., Ky. Mrs. F. H. Darnctte, Co, have prectically agreed on a new consolidated mortgage for $20,000,000. nelRhlHirs . W Alk III. lioiiie-grow- n A tickling or dry cough can Imj quick ly loosened with Dr. Slump's Cough Itemed. No opium, no chloroform, One story cotliige of eight rooms nnd nil necessary outbuildings. IM contains one nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold by acre, divided Into row lotonwhlch Is roomy burn, buggy house, corn crib, etc. (loil Penny's Drug Store. garden sMit. This Is n desirable place, loeal. ed on corner ot Whitley mid Miller streets. A. U.HOI.TZOI.VW, Stanford, Ks HOME FORSALE1 .BALL BAND." Arctics, Men's and Boys' Felts. Arctic Rubber Boots and Overshoes, Prices from 50c to $4. Farms for Sale! , - Such as the "Ladies' Storm Rubber.11 SURVEYING CIVIL NEERING. AND ENGI- WAt rKUMcKINNf.Y. Farm No. I. 1.1) acres, mile from Morris, three miles from llntesv lite oil n free grittol roail pike. lien inileH'iiieiu Toiepiione piiKses piaee II. K. I). mull passes nlnce. ' mile from mil. lie school and churches. One brk'k on are hereby uolllled that Tom Harris, houo, slate roof, nil rooms fresco pointed. eennr uiHIor wnoie noii.e. iiriCK nuinuiiii-Incs- . w ho Is now- - confined In the MUlte ienltentl-nrmi orchard containing si fruit tree. for shnotltig one Klavlus good vlne)nrd,oni' large entile 1irn, Snxso, HiHkn nppllctitloii to the Mlate(Ireer. will lloanl of . one norse mini, a inrue gniiiery him Prison I'oininlsslnners nt Frnukfort, Ks., Ijiml Is nil on Tuesday, the ;th day of nil In Rood condition. level with Rood driilnaKo, It acres standing for a Parole from said Penitentiary, s my hand this XohemNir to, imi. tlmlier.ltf acres on is blchtlnitierssns reunites! the past throe soars Is now In good pasTOM HAIlltlH. ture, balance of laud In cultivation. The liulldlnus on this farm could not ! ren ne ed for IjujOiii. There Im been harvested this Fruit And Ornamental Trees ! j ear a) bushels of wheat to nn acre uinl fr bushels corn to an acre, uur price on this farm is ',.'". l:erjtlilng for Orchard. Ijiwii. nnJCflar-den- . Farm No. 2. Catalogue on Apllotlon. 117 acres, ft miles from New point, ImL.two nines irom miles from rciiocnsuurg, No Agents. frame hou.e.n llatesllle. Ind. line Inrire burn. Kmnery nnd tool house. This was uscsl on H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS. land Is rolllmt, n every part of the Inml, Macros of Rood creek bottom, ill ncres now In standing tlmler, :l Ky. j ncres wheat sown aim in vuui condition. This farm will raise food toltncro, com mid I w heat. FARM FOR SALE OR RENT. Our price on this farm Is llJiOiind we re- serve uu sianiiinKiiiiiiM-- r over i. inciies uu stump is Inches from k round. Contains acres, tobacco land In Farm No. the county, I1. miles from McKlnuey. III sell or rent, lias two dwellings, on. of four 151 acres, lays1, mite from Ilayinond.lnd., .. which has a public school, Catholic church niHll Mllll (llM nlh., nl tw Mm...- and Methodist church, four nndn half miles orchards of nearly Ml trees Tobacco tarn .vroom from Morris, n railroad station. Aurunery. nun win i old macros or . totmcco cheaiH'st farm In Kentucky lit prb-cfrntiie house anil irood barn and This land Is rolling and nil hits been under I" It. IIKVWNhlt, cultivation, some bottom ground, good McKlnuey. Ky fences around entire riirm. Hlty ncres stnndlDg timber. This farm will make a good touacco iariu ami win raise wiieiiiuuu & corn. Our price Is mil prepared todo nil kinds of stirverlue ami cl II engineering prnmptly. My work Wo lime the following fnrins for snle, win my prices Tho.e farms have hoen bought 1 us for the, sonable. Write meami McKlntier orare reaat rail me no use for the over the telephone through the Ifustomllle tnndlng timber. Wo ha farms nml will sell tnem on easy imjinenia KKChnuge. I NOTICE! y Come In And Sec Our Large Line. Jjgi mi-.i- tool-hous- e Wit-ne- !, 41' Best Qiiality--llTh- e Ball Band.1' m o- - SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. Lcxlnfjton, 3 1K f We Have Received A Carload of Buggies direct From the Factory. f0 ncres, four miles from Metiimoni, t miles from llrookvlllc.couuty seat of Frank i lin county. This farm Is rolling land. acres new ground on which llmter has toen removtHl tliree )ears. lures large iiuuicco farms, 3 good frame dwelling houses and other buildings. There was twoorons of to bacco raised on tills farm the pasttoears quality and quantity wnsllrst class. If sou ire Interested In this fnrm write us and we will give ou nudlllonal inrurmation. We expect to sell nil of tho nliose farms within the next : days. We will furnish abstract showing clour title and call glte uuy of the atKo farms. Our terms lire 'i cash, balance lu early payments, secured by mortgage with Interest. Ilateilll Is located on the Chicago Division or the ('.'. U. A HI. I,, railroad, "i miles from Cincinnati, ).. and m miles from Indianapolis, Ind Call on us these farms or write and we will show-yous. f Farm No. 4 m. TRIBBLE PENCE, Furniture and Undertaking. Day Phone 28. Night Phone 1,13. Stanford, Kantuclty, REWARD. Having sci lie red considerable nnnotiince and damage Irom outlaws. In breaking gate latches and tearing down and destroying my gales, on the county road that runs through my farm, I hat e concluded to offer a reward for Information lending to the com Ictlun of such iierson or ersons. I will therefore Rlollie sum of o for Information leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties, that have broken the latches on tiny ol my gntes.orthat hae sawed down or torn down any of mv gates on the county road which runs from the lluslontlllo turnpike to the Mlllodgevllle turnpike, through my farm, and I wlllglse the same amount for Information leading to the arrest and com Ictlon of any party ur parties who In the future cmiimli mi, of Him nlo e offenses Itness my band this 10th day of August, V Clean nml frwt, all 11110 My lc. Wo will renro-jn- t four fiictnrirt, nml kindly askn a diaro of your jmtronagi'. Coino in anil Imik nt our stock uinl make wlectioiiK I will have tliom finiohctl noconl-into iiieoificatioiii, as our limited riacc will nut allow a lnrgcr stock, come early. g iU m The Hillenbrand Co., Untcssllle, Ind. W. H. HIGCINS, acres with improvements, chaser, which includes 100 bottom land as there is in This is a bargain. See L. Stanford, Ky. to suit puracres as fine the county. It. Hughes, Stanford, Kentucky. Bring" ll.'. T.J.llll.l,.Hlt. Life.Live Stock, Health and Accident, Plate Glass.Suretyon Bonds given to losses which are paid without discount. Immediate J.L.Beazley&Co., Undei Users and Embalm. Also Dealers in Furniture,) Wattings.Rug. They era. will eic'iange Furniture for I all Kin Is of Stock. Give Them a Call, prices Right, STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J.C. McCIary, nf . 3 Undertaker Embalmor ard stealer IrfHarness, Saddlor) , STANFORD, MBM;etaon;iT. KY- - POLITICAL. The biennial session of the Mississippi Legislature convened at Jackson Tuesday. President Taft agreed to attend the Appalachian Exposition to held in Knoxvllle Sept. 15 to Oct. 15. Ell II. Brown, Jr., and Harvey Mc- Cutcheon, the incumbents, were elected as members of the State Prison Board without opposition. In the special message on conservation, which President Taft will send to Congress on Monday, a loan of $30,000,-00- 0 to complete the existing reclamation projects, will be suggested. Hon. W. II. Shanks offered in the House a resolution, which was adopted, accepting the laws and rules which governed proceedings in the House during 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- lentlejsly 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 Imprisonment 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 stho House by Representative Robert L. Harris, of Louisville. Former United States Treasurer J. N. Huston, with offices in Now York Citj; 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 th? mails for fraudulent purposes. The trustees of the Indiana League decided not to engage in a campaign for statutory State-wid- e prohibition of tho liquor business, but instead to attempt in the next session ot the Legislature to bring about the adoption of a joint resolution for prohibitory amendment to the State Constitution. . Anti-Saloo- n NOTICE! Cbc Cincoln mm national J Bank i Your Printing To Insure your TobacOf Stanford, Kentucky. co and Tobacco Barns in the West End In Capital, $50,000.00 surance Agency. Get Surplus, 43,000.00 your policies written Resources, 340,000.00 right in a good com- S: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENTW.:M BRIGHT, CASHIER, pany by ' J. B. PAXTON. J. W. ROCHESTER, AS3T. CASH - W.J. CAMPBELL; lluhtonville, Kv. H. C. CARPENTER. BOOKKEEPER HtfYS FOSTER. CLERK. DIREOTORSl The J. HENRY IJ. O.vnloy, SUtiiford; S. II. Shauku, Stanford; Geo. W. Cartor, Stanforl John U. Foster, Stauford; V. U. Slianka, Stanfortl; T. C. Uan- kin, Lancaster; J. 11. Paxton, Stanford; V. II. Traylor, INTERIOR JOURNAL Office Oilherts Creek; It. L. Ilublilo, Lancaster; II. Cumiiiiiis, Preachernvillc; Lilburn Gooch, GilhcrU Creek. W. WATTERSON'S PAPER Weekly Courier Journal -- The Wintry Blasts May Come, nr slA .AND. ,Xr& and Water. . n J-- r And the Itaiu and Hiiutv Fall, hut your ttock will kceji warm in Best iSZ' tesw- - Nunnelley's New Stock Yards Plenty ol Covered Pens and Feed So hriiiL' M. 1. The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YBAK FOR licet market in the Stute Becond Monday. iliii'ti:, Awijtant. them on. Court l)av. Work Lowest Prices ONLY $1.50. 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