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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s d f d ti THE INTERItJP JOURNAL i I ivo XXXV11 STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 11 1910 NO 91 One of the stars In Mae New flue band which will hold the boards at Waltons Opera House tonight Tues day Jan 11thTo Old Farmers CRAB ORCHARD KY Jan 7 The t very foundation atono of and domestic happiness is agriculture i The abode of virtue and morality and Christianity Oh the joys of the happy country home 1 These thoughts have their origin from the tact that I recent t ly stayed all night with tho old vetera- democrat Talbott B Edwards and his his gallant boys Edgarand Harve Edgar I t with his quiet domestic and heap tiful wife and three bright little boys j i and girls ao intellectual No loud I words no fussing no quarreling no crying no strife no contention I Old fashioned fireplace with tho logwood fire throwing ita genial warmth over the happy circle tho table creaking and groaning under the wcightof good things his busy domestic wire placed upon it What a happy man 1 What n happy wife What a happy family I Mr Edwards said it had been months alnco he had spent a dollar for his table The farm runs tho whole thing and when he was bound to have something I tbls climate did not produce he called upon Dame Partlot and she joyously contributed to supply the sugar and coffee and the two fine milk cows furI niched six pounds ot snowy globules a There is a good living for a family Oh happy farmer You 1whole all and yot all are against you aro taxed to death Tho land holder the consumer pay the tariff to the government and taxes to tho State and county Under tho present tariff t law you mustpay annually 320000000 t Tla not the Importer Ita not the whole I sale merchant Us not the retail mer chant that pays tho tariff It is tho consumer 1 looked at tho honest face of tho old farmer scarred and furrow i by tho cares and plowshares of time I and thought how little the office holders cared for him and his interests It ha I been bad for him for half a century taxes grow higher every year and like t old Atlas of old the whole world lion his bended shoulders Poor old farm er try to live within yourselves and raise what you want to eat and buy clothes and pay taxes with the surplus Commence plowing now for corn nnd throw the dirt from the fence and not against itl FOUNTAINS Fox BountTT Napoleons Gilt r was of tho unconquerable loversay die kind tho kind that you need mos when you havo a bad cold cough or d lung disease Suppose troches cough t nvrups cod liver oil or doctors have all failed dont lose heart or hope Take Dr Kings NeW Discovery Satisfaction Is guaranteed whet used for any throat or lung trouble It has saved thousands of oopoleas sufferers It masters stubborn colds obstinate I coughs hemorrhages la grippe croup asthma hay fever and whodplngcough and Is the most safe and certain reme dy for all bronchial affections COo 91 Trial bottlo free at Pennys Drug- Store o s An enormous tree Is located at El Tulle a village near Oaxaca Mexico The tree a cypress is believed to be the largest in circumference of any in Ithe world It measures 104 feet round the trunk at a height of 130 feet 27 people holding hands can reach jus around Uj t 1- 1j William Huston aged 72 was found frozen to death in an out house on the f farm ofA B BiircKIHkrtHflcounty bad been dead several days 1He II T Here and There I Mrs Turn Thumbs reported to be i living quietly In Paris i Joe Hnrrltfun WII killed in tho Q i C yards ul Lexington by a switch en gin The anniversary of the battle of Now Orleans was calibrated throughout LouUlurm Atuniuy- Mmdammiw Polly Thomns aged 87 nnd Ellen Parrlsh M died at Winch dle ter Sntunlay Tho Brooklyn lttibl Transit Co an muneiil n voluntary increase in the pav of itc 8000 motormen conductors another d trainmen During a IS minate spectacular ttitflU In Fran s Hubert Lailmru thd Pntneh ttviator Attulntd sn altitude unofficially e nmatiHl at about 4000 feet Gui Thamxon a Grant county NV gi was hanged for awaiting Mrs R nom Roberts a white woman Ho ronfand the crime on the gallows Luther Kinealii wi l William Good fancr agol 18 and 11 years respect ivvly were shot by an unknown person white out hunting near Sharpsburg I It Jones general manager of tho Southwestern Publishing house shot and killed his five yoarokl child and then committed suicide at Nashville j Mrs Sophia Lulls and four children wero found frozen to death In bed a- New t Orleans This Is tho first cane o fatal freezing over reported In that city Prof James Barr Amos glean of the Harvard Law School and formerly chairman of tho athletic committee of the university died at Cambridge Mass Joe McEIwaln postmaster at Sal pery a merchant of that place It Is not known what caused tho trouble The missing Dr Cook is now In Germany perfecting plans for an expedi yearnaccording to a statement by Theodore Cook brother of tho explorer A deal which involves approximately 200000000 and by which New York capitalist sold to be backed by the Standard Oil Company will control the entiro gas output of West Virginia has practically been closed The independent telephone companies of the country have raised a fund of 150000 to tight against absorption by the Bell telephone system accord cording to Max Koehler of St Louis in his testimony before Special Com missioner Zlmbalon In the S J Schwerr injunction suit at St Louie- MATRIMONIAL Denzil Gadbcrry and Miss Mary Mc Whorter were married at Ellisburg Casey county Robert Leo Sherrow nged 17 an Miss Bcrnotte Preston 15 were mar rled by Rev G W Thompson in Gar rard the other day Mlle Irene Denton of Science 11111 Pulaski county and Mr Edward A Wilder of Shubuta Mlsswero mar nisi at Nlcholasvlllo Miss Bottle Jackson and Robert Jack son of Jellico eloped to Jellico and wero married Tho groom is a nephew of Col R M Jackson Married at the age of 14 and dissatis tied allot a year of married life Mrs Reatha Ragan wife of Peter Rngan committed suicide at Bloomington Ind by shooting herself with a shot guns The homo of Mr and Mrs J M Rob ells on Mt Vernon street presented a most beautiful appearance on Friday evening The occasion was the cele bration of their 25th wedding anniver sary Somerset Times It was not Miss Lillie Garner of th e East End whom wo reported married younladyr I young lady is single but well wager she wont be long Dr and Mm C M Paynter o Lawrenceburg announce the engage ment of their daughter Miss Noral Lee Vertwill take place the latter part of thi monthIJames McUoe an Industrious nnd clever young man of this place was fenightsw the pretty daughter of W C Wolford of tho West End Itev R R Noel performed the ceremony that made Idem husband and wife Mr McBee end bride are happily domiciled at his mothers home on Lancaster street Pleas Of Boyhood How dellolous wore tho plea or boy hood No pies now over taste so good Whats changed the pies No Its you Youve lost the strong healthy stomach tho vigorous liver the active kidneys the regular bowels of boyhood Your digestion is poor and you blame the food Whats needed A complete toning up by Electric BItters of all organs of di KtdnepetBowelsTry them Theyll restore your boyhood appetite and apprecia flea of food nod fairly saturate your body with new bualth strength and vigor 600 at Pennys Drug Store r NEWS NOTES Roosevelt has just killed an oleplant with tusks weighing 110 pounds Tho University College of Medicine at Richmond Va burned causing a 160000 lose dledloftty after a short illness Alderman Chulip died at Lnpqrto 1 o poisoning caused by stdrch in n neW hatulkarzhlof which infected n sort on his ease Following the publication of the PrOSt fusels massage stocks in New York had a decline but the Street as n whole irofw td to foal nu fear or its uting- PaxBunjiar train No SS westbound an the Lake Shore railroad was wreck oil att Northwest Ta Two trainmen wore killed nnd one seriously injured- In deference to the vrtihes of Ms family the funeral of the late Congressman Jutnos M Grlggii was held ut Dawson Gu without any Congrtofalon al formalities The Scott expedition jn search of the South Pole Is now assured the British govcrnmout having promised 100000 toward the 200000 which is the esti mated expense Two convicts in tho Frankfort peal tentiary had a quarrel in tho shoo fac tory and as a result Sherman Powell la fin the prison hospital with several ugly looking wounds on his person Four heavily armed men held upn private bank in the Greennolnt section of Brooklyn and attempted to rob It They were resisted and one of the bank ers was shot Two men were captured Gen Daniel H Rucker the oldest re tired officer of the United States army that over lived died at his homo in Washington aged 93 He was born in New Jersey and appointed to the army from Michigan The Arctic Club of America founded by Dr Frederick A Cook and his sup porters in the North Pole controversy trough ita board of directors has drop ped the name of the explorer from the roll of membership The South Cleveland Banking Co of Cleveland closed Its doors after filing I a deed of assignment naming Thomas II Marlett as the assignee The bank is incorporatrd for 100000 and has 1 600000 savings deposits One fireman was burned to death six others were injured several women were overcome by smoke and 200 hotel guests wero driven into the street In St Louis when fire broke out under the Cambridge and Barnum Hotels The baggageman at the Michigan Central depot in Ypsilantl Mich wasI kIlled in a fight with robbers One of the robber was taken to a hospital badly wounded and two robbers escape ed one of the two being wounded port Knox county Charles dForeman 14 years old shot and killed Thomas Money aged nine It Is al leged tho shooting was accidental The foreman youth was taken into custody and released under a bond of 500 to await his trial Money lenders will have a finechan oat Lexington since the county officials have declared that the tax collection of 1910 cunnot be anticipated There is no money in the treasury and warrants will be issued each month to the various county employes These can bo by pothecated by the impecunious In seeking a man reported by his rel atives as missing tho New York polio discovered It tunnel which from the cellar of the tenement In which ho liv ed led across the street and in the di rection of a jewelry store and the East Side branch of the Fourteenth street Bank where many thousands of dollars are stored In vaults Lost to the world Henry Mulson was found in jail by the Marion county Ind grand jnry Forgotten by his ac fotr 104 days without a chance to defend himself against the charge of having gransd ury Isaac Flnkclsteln the burrower of ludlow street New York City was found trapped in his tunnel like arab bit in Us warren Miners had been digging for him for 3G hours Nothing more miserably futile and hopeless had ever been seen Ho lay under the middle of the street a crushed miry semblance of a man his face in the dirt his honda stretched out before him pointed toward the unattainable millions in tho vaults of the East Side branch of tho Fourteenth street bank and the diamonds in the window of a jewelry store next door un A Frightful Wreck of train automobile or buggy may oausecuts bruises abrasions sprains or wounds that demand Bucklens Ar- mco I Salveearths greatest healer t Quick relief and prompt cure results t For burns bolls sores of all kinds eczema shopped heads sad lips sore eyes vor corns its supreme Surest pile CUr 25o at Pennys Drug Store 1Rl11tM1 RMpARR1t hIAlPPAlRMPPRMbP1ll PMI l1MPbPCiR1 4C 44 44 44as r ilPfICES CUTilas a 4 asias T a s 44 4a a4 a4q ALLY4I a 1I t bab4 i 4 anya c OVERCOATS j1 4 44 4 I ft 4 4 4 4 y pinaa Ii 2 Call And See 1i 4Y A r 9 J 1I J av 9J 4 c Iib ti isn46 iSTANFORD KENTUCKVIiabaWlMaiPMDJPPJJRAN 4d4V t44VV4 4asr wvs + aov + ovas t IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES at1SomersetWilson Fain aged 60 years supervis or of turnpikes of Jessamine is dead I Aaron Johnson Sr 69 years old and one of Laurel countys most prosperous farmers is dead The President nominated J Schuyler Sandusky to be postmaster at Monti cello Wayne county June Wren is In jail at Lancaster charged with burning William Nuchols barn near Paint Lick- J G Mattingly a prominent and wealthy distiller of St Marys Marlon county Is dead after a long illness Dr T J Price a wellknown physi clan and splendid citizen of Rockcastle is dead at Level Green axed about 60Jordon Meyers aged 76 is dead of heart trouble at High Bridge lie was the father of Mrs B E Blumfield of GarrardDr B Boiling one of the oldest and most highly respected citizens of Perryville died at his home in that city as the result of injuries sustained by a fall several days agoHewas 84 years of age The fouryearold daughter of T L Haydon of Washington county was accidentally shot and killed by her 8 yearold brother who was playing with a shot gun his father had been hunting with and had not put In its proper placeFrank Perkins who was arreatedfai Pine Knot Pulaski county charged with the murder of Andy Ramsey in D blind tiger near Stearns confessed tc being present and to have helped to fire the building In which Rataseys dead body was burned in tho hope of cover ling up tho crime Perkins claims that he was forced to help at the point of a pistol in the hands of another man who murdered Ramsey without provocation and then took about 650 from his body The police are looking for the man nam ed by Perkins Work 24 Hours a Day The busiest little things ever made are Dr Kings Now Life Pills Every pill Is a sugarcoated globule of hoaltb that changes weakness Into strength languor Into energy brainfag into mental power curing Constipation Headache Chills Dyspepsia Malaria 25c at Penny s Drug Store or In a struggle with two safe blowers Paul Sauls 17 years of age who was left to watch the postoffice building at Tallahassee Fla shot and killed them both In the basement of the building The Congleton Lumber Company of Lexington was awarded the contract for the erection of tho now graded school building at Midway Their bid was 519312 buggy 4 I FIRST NATIONALBANKt STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 882- CAPIT At STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HASJPAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 S I Combines AbjaluteSafcty with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICERS J S Hocker President- S T Harris Vice President John J McRoberts Cashier H C Banghman Asst Cashr W WSaundersBookkeeper DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman- M D Elmore J M Pettus 1 H C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson W B OBannon J S Hocker C E Tate American Wire FenceI GEORGE He FARRIS Stanford 14a NORTHCOTT Dealerin v 1I Live and Dressed Poultry Eggs Ice Coal Wool Hides Furs Salt Lime Gin song and Feathers j PHONE 35 LANCASTER KY BRANChIIoUd18TAN1 ORD KYrrhtirmanK Tudor Mgr Telephone Na 153 ti B NORTHCOTT I I t Stanford aI I The Interior Journal I Eo C WALTON HON HARVEYTHELM of Lincoln candidate EforIgI nomination torConRtress from tbe dhtrlctnbject to the action of the demo i cratlo party i Tim AntiSaloon League has been one of the most effective methods of fighting the liquor curse that has ever It been employed It is a union of Chris flan men and women of tho Nation or ganized into an army of aggressive workers Each State has an organiza tion an executive committee for the State with a State superintendent Stato president secretary treasurer etc Then the effort is made to have each county organized In most Slates there is an organ published which is a great power in tho work The organ haveitemperance legislation without regard h to their party name The immediate object of the organization is to restrict the sale of liquor and it has for Its ultimate object the prohibition of both the sale and manufacture of liquors for beverage purposes Under the leader ship of this organization legislation fa vorable to temperance has been secured to a more or less extent in all tbe States and Territories of the Nation It works in harmony with all organiza tions which have the same end in view t It therefore does not claim all the honor for what has been accomplished in the J past few years but it does claim to have been a most potent factor in these triumphs It is the largest and most effective organization at work today in the interest of true temperance There is room in it for every man and woman in the church or out of the church who desires to see the Nation freed from the awful curse of rum JOHN D ROCKEFELLER JR fore man of the special grand jury which s investigating the white slave evil In the environs of Greater New York will not allow lack of money to impede the of investigators Indeed the t tsonof the worlds richest man has an nounced that he would throw open the d x ra of the Rockefeller treasure chest r spending some part of the Standard Oil w millions to sift the question of white slavery to the very end Mr Rock- faller has declared that be will head tae investigation with heart and soul aid when he learned that the special grand jury would be hampered by lack of funds he said thatjhe would furnish enough money to insure success for the work Many of the men suspected have r flsd from the city and it will take a Lang and laborious inquisition to secure tie necessary evidence to have them brought back Mr Rockefeller has made arrangements for his subordi nates concerned to take further control of his affairs to devote pretty nearly all nil time to unearthing the socalled white slavers i IN an interview Judge EC ORea- of the Court of Appeals says he not be candidate for the republican nomination for governor The judge has alway been accounted quite foxy and he very nearly demonstrates that he has been I judged correctly The honor would be an empty one and none knows it better than he The next governor of Kentucky is as certain to be a democrat as the day of election rolls around MISSOURI Democrats from every county in the State and numbering over 600 gathered at Convention Hall in Kansas City in a harmony conk ference Nearly all the leaders of the party in the State were on hand and the spirit of all the speeches was Missouri must be redeemed Can nonism and Aldrichism as charac terized by the speakers was denounc ed W M HULL formerly of the Louis ville CourierJournal and Times is dead i in New York He was a good newspa per man but left journalism for the dramatic field and up to the time of his test illness was press agent for some big theatrical attraction In this ca pacity ho visited Louisville a number of itimesand renewed old acquaintances Who in the KentuckvGener JWoos the little volume issued to commemorate tbe first 1 session of the Legislature in the new Capitol is a book that will be preserv ed for years to come It gives a shor- sketch of each Senator and Represen 5 tatlve and other information of value TUAT the deadlock prevailing in the democratic caucus for tbe selection of a successor to the late United States i Senator A J McLaurin will not soo be broken is apparent Many are o the opinion that the deadlock will con darkfr cus I i POLITICAL U S Jackson of Greenfield was elected chairman of the Indiana Dctrio cratic State Central Committee with g out contest 1 i Gov Thomas R Indl ana was endorsed for President by th 1 1SixthDistrict Va democrats in see J Cambridge Cit- yti 1 iJ Gov Brown has Issued a proclama tion calling for an election In tbe3Sec ond Georgia dietrictonFeb1 to sue ceed Congressman Grtggs 6f Dawson Ga who died a few dayajago Tho president of the American Ware house Association says therearo a bil lion five hundred million eggs in 1 cold storage in the United Statesl Looks like now is the time todispose of a few of them x President Taft is still looking for ward to a trip to Alaska late in the coming Spring Ho plans to go to the far northwestern territory immediately after tho adjournment of Congress and before going to Beverly for the late summer and fall In an interview Representative Nor ris of Nebraska charged the president withsingling out the House enemies of Speaker Cannon for punishment by withholding patronage and declared that they would not be intimidated into silence by any combination between the president and the speaker Senator Conn Linn of Calloway county has introduced a bill which pro proses to increase the salary of circuit judges 1200 a year but which requires them to serve as special judge without the extra l8 a day that they receive under the present law The bill applies to all circuit judges except In districts containing cities of the first and secondclass Gilford Pinchot was removed from his office as chief forester by President Taft In doing this the President gave out a copy of a letter he had written to Pinchot in which ihe says 1n conclu sion By your conduct you have de stroyed your usefuluess as a helper sub ordinate of the government and it therefore now becomes my duty to direct tho Secretary oflAgriculturo to remove you from your office as forester Senator Thomas P Gore of Oklaho ma speaking of Danville tho home town of Speaker Joseph Cannon at Jackson Day celebration of the democrats InJLouisvllle attacked the stand pat tyranny of Mr Cannon and Senator InIPresident Roosevelt conducted affairs without their aid but that President Taft had surrendered to them at the first summonses HUSTONVILLE eJust a few more samples of those yoniT Adams Bros Hustonville The person who borrowed my has bands shot gun some time before his death will please return it to mo a once Mrs T J Robinson Huston ville There will be a union meeting at th Christian church Jan 16 at 11 A M in the interest of the antisaloon league Rev C B Arendall a fine speaker will make the address JVW Allen who has been down with a severe case of pneumonia for ten days is reported some better His son Carroll Reid who has also been ill is itrI 1with pneumonia The severe wintry blast last Thursday prevented the meeting of the la dies of the C W B M at Mrs E Mc Cormacks They will however meet there Thursday at 2 p m to which all members are cordially invited Prof Galvani played to two good houses here on Friday and Saturday nights His performance completely convulsed the audience and the simple announcement of his return in future would make standing room at a pre miumMrs Mary Dodd the beloved mother of Wm Dodd passed into that eternal rest prepared by Him for his loved ones from the foundation of the earth She was 86 years old on Jan 8 tho day of her death and was not a member of any congregation but loved and served her Maker After a short service at the house by Rev Jones of tbe Baptis- church she was buried in the Huston ville cemetery Dearest mother how we miss her None but God can evor tell Yet none can doubt His wisdom For He doeth all things well Resolutions Passed by the Fiscal Court on Judge J S Owsley Jr Squire Adams introduced the follow- Ing resolution and moved that it be adopted and spread on the records of this court and published in tbe INTERI OR JOURNAL which motion was sec andtcarried unanimously by the court In view of the fact that Hon John S 0sley Jr will retire from the judge ship of the Lincoln county court at the end of the present year this court as an evidence of appreciation of his sere testimonialtt Hon John S Owsley Jr has perform ed his onerous duties faithfully and im partially He has been watchful of the cobntys Interests and has endeavored in every way to conduct its affairs on an economical basis As the presiding officer of the fiscal court he has invariably been courteous accurate and impartial He is entitle- to the sincere thanks of this court an theef performance of his duties It MAGISTRATES ClaimsA Motes Accounts and Claims Collected Anywhere In the United States NO CHARGES MADE UNLESS WK COLLECT WE COLLECT WIIERE OTHERS FAIL t MAYS COLLECTION AGENCY WOODSON MAYMgr Somerset Kentucky CHURCH MATTERS I Eld J G Livingston preached at the Christian church at Livingston Sun day He may become pastor of that church and it will have a good one if he doesIchurch Sunday Mr Hopper is not yet through college but is already a splen did preacher At the Christian church Sunday school Sunday morning Clarence E Tate was elected superintendent W A Trlbble assistant superintendent and John S Banghman secretary and treas urer To TUg INSURING PUBLIC Having an4contentsKy by lightning and being Insured through Jesse D Wearen the 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 settle ment of our loss Signed John C RobI- nson trustee C C Withers trustee Richard Hester trustee James Mc Kechnie member W II Underwood member J A Hammond member PUBLIC SALE Having sold my fajm I will tell publicly onIWKDXEHDAY JAN IS 1910 The following property towlf I Brood- Mare In foal to Mare safe for women and children to drive S yearling nl lies S Work Mule 3 and 4 years old tll broken and work wren any where S milk- oow red bullsyeanoldlyearlingJersey bull 1 yearling steer I heifer 19 stock bogs Hat bogs 1 phaeton I 2 horse wagon and 1 let of harneninnd flow gear cultiva tor I machine 1 corn crush er Farming Implements of various kind 100 barrels of corn In crib I carload or more of baled Timothy hay lot unbilled hay In tarn some household and kltbben lurnl numeroustorSde to begin promptly at 9m A M known on of sale KyeWe Buy FURSHides Wool Feather Tallow8was Cuuenci- ColdnSaMYeBowRooOMiyAppI Wild Ctncer ale We Me dwUr1 eat6kdialeSfilmhwastagioum caHsuMd oerdiuti Reference sirDk la LouimBe Writs for wttUj pax lot sod PalaPo Ali Sabel A Sons 229E Nstket st LOUISVILLE KY Dinwiddie Go1 Hustonville Ky Undertakers and cart ry an uptodate line of goods lie port of The Condition of The Waynesburg Deposit Bank Doing business at Waynesburg Lincoln County Ky At the close of business Dec 28 ItQ0 resources Loans and discounts with ono or more endorser BI surety Na19 lit Real estate mortgage 17614 00 Call loans on collateral 4800 00 UB Bonds ISOOOO Due from National Dunk 14079 W U H and Nat Dank notes 318 00 Specie 2108 M Overdrafts secured OSS 78 Taxes Hit SI Current expenses paid 71172 Banking bongo 116300 Furniture and fixtures 1737 HI 173010 re Mobilities Capital stock paid In In cash 16000 pe Hurplus fund MX 00 Undivided profits SfSM 68 Deposit subject tocticekon which Interest Is not pnd 5471 07 S73010 61- Btate of Kentucky County of Lincoln H H 1 Stanley Molntonh cashier of the above sitesaboveanowl and belief Cashierd 0 day of Jan l9lULRCooper Oik It CO Uy WF CurttiDirector Collections I Auctioneer I I offer my services to the peoplo of Iilncoin county us nu uiiulluneer niitUfncuiuii UUurnutuvu MeWllOUTKKMorulnml 1 Residence Turncrsvlliv FOR SALE I Htockof general merchandise Huston vltlo on Main Htrwt Well known stand pnrtlcularsHuioiivlilu Ky I J BELDEN For Honsonnd Trim un1IocklmUbIng JJ UKLDRV Stanford Ky FOR SALE I Cover Hotel at Grab Orchard all store adJolnllllrooms All necessary outbuildings JI11SOUHTIHOOVKH Crab Orchard Ky Stock of MerchandiseI for Sale- I desire to sell privately my stock of Gro bUllIIllbealtbtlKO D HOPPER KtanlordJ StockholdersMeeting A mooting of the stockholders of the IJn willtieTuesday In January 19ie for the purpose of electing director for the ensuing year W M Baiaiir Cashier Stockholders Meeting Nationalt their banking house In Huitonvlllo the sec Sand12AI ors to serve the ensuing year J WllocxaOaabler B D CARTER Now Liven Depot Street Phone 00 STANFORDIKENTUCKY Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer at Marble and Granite Monuments v LawnVI1IKinney Ky IFARM FOR SALE I A No 1 farm of IBS acres House has four rooms and a good cistern There is a rlilllandhempRndaOIlOOiill1cburcboland 101Htanlord LADY WANTED To Introduce our very complete Spring line of beautiful wool suiting wash fabrics fancy walttlngs silks etc bdkfs laces and petticoats All up to data N Y City Pat bealingdirectlow Protlt Ii0tUtoW weekly Hauiplc and full Instructions packed In nest sample case shipped express No money required Exclusive territory Write for particulars He first to apply HTAXDAUD UKKSH Coon Co DepT K I Binghamton NY POSTED whose names appear below strictly lorbld huntlne fishing oran7 kind of Ire passing on our places and will prosecute vi olators to the full extent of the law Min Mattie Uowel Rtilchenbacb Bra ATTrnylorLllburnOoocb NunnelleyJJ E Bruce David elevens John Uamenlach WmOordier Ian Tray lor H D Elmore OotllbOllok Fred Ilandorf JJThompson IJ M Anderson J KHoser Mr and Mrs Jas 11Eada A Klhasa Mrs N J Ilorton LogonWIlev Father Leo Dr 00 Perr HJIllaughmaoUriahMrs Margaret hooch Jacob lender TrarlorHamAmend Mchaefer M J llofmann ET Bentley A It Matheuy OwsleyMJMorganH T Harris II O Watkln- nJC Hundley H HOrow Mr Nannlo n Oood OK McClure KoneckerWT L IJaugbman Mrs Kate Ador CarpenterwJohn B Loo D Olirlstlau Jacob Toni orrIlJ PaykAlex WelchIIGus Uelazl TA Itlco Heuben Curtis Chris Oamenlsch James Smith Tinsley Hpoonuinori PW Carter A Jl W Games W P Grimes J L Ilolticlaw W 1110101 WhiteitluJBIBM MMr A LJaeaplO I t 1 I I fEET++ ++ +++++ ++++ t What is as important at this season of the year than good dry serviceable EcctwearShoes that will wear well and keep the feet practically dry the most foolish person is he Who neglects his feet in Winter We do our very best to get the longest wearing and dry est footwear possible That he- avyWalkover J l calf shoe at 350 and 4 The Hocker Bootee leather lined at 51Old Honest Mike boots and shoes you all know and that boys Level Best School shoe just a little better than anybodys at 2 225 and 250 according to size When it comes to Rubber Goods i we have them all beaten a block Our all rubber arctics at 225 and 250 our rub ber boot at 4 and our 6 rubber boot with 10 hand sewed leather soles are all in a class by themselves The best rubber footwear the globe pretty strong but i its true onI H J McROBERTSI SCENE FROM t MilS New Husband I A Furiously Funny Musical Stew Waltons Opera House Tuesday Jan 11th t+ aE s G L Penny K II Coleman t 1YJ m Whoif The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil is a most Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health andfaStrength It is Especially Useful For Persistent Coughs and Colds I I Sold under a Guaran tee at RimFA Stanford Kentucky I t ijlBBB EBE1J J 1 U These Days Are Good Days i For White Sewing New White Goods New Embroideries New LacesASpecial All Linen Laces At 5 Cents Per Yard t SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY The Interior Journal I STANFORD KY JAN 11 uno SOME great bargains In box paper aro being closed out to make room for now itock at Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS MRS ALEX HOLTZCLAW Is very 111 WESLEY EMIIKY la ill with pneumon ia THOMAS COLBMAN Is threatened with feverMiss MAMIE STRAUB Is ill with typhoid fever MR JXQ FOSTER is in Kansas on a business trip I CHIEF OF POLICE 0 D CARTER has been quite sick Miss MARY D KENNEDY is with Hus tonville friends MRS JUDITH HIGGINS of Somerset visited relatives In the East End MR Wu LAY and daughter Mis- Lillian were callers at this office TUB aged Mr Robin Rigney is very ill at his home at Kings Mountain MR JOHN B NBVIUS wife and baby are at home The baby has been quite sick liON HARVEY HELM returned to his post of duty in Washington City pas week MR AND MRS U C LECOMPTE of Frankfort are with Mr Cicero Roy j i nolds MR A D DILUON and wife of Crab Orchard are visiting her parenta at LibertyMR W HUGHES of Louisville I spent Sunday with his mother and brother here- MESSRS J MALVERSON and J T Embry were up from Frankfort Saturday and Sunday REV J W HAGIN of Covington spent several days with Mr and Mrs H c Uaujihman- Mtsa KIT HurruAN spent several days with her sister Mrs Jamie Carr penter at Crab Orchard MR Eril MURPilYwho bas been vis iting bis parents here left Friday for New Mexico his adopted home I MRS JENNIE CAMPBELL of the Shaf ter section of Wayne county is with I 04her brother Squire James McKechnW Miss ILA PETTOS who Is teaching at Monticello was visiting her father Mr J S PcttQi in the Prcachertvllle sec- tiont f MISSES BESSIE HILL and Florence t Carter of Stanford have been guests of Miss Lucile Walton Richmond CII maxMa T D RANEY Is now traveling for the grocery firm of Wolfolk Gul ley Co Lexington and is making good t liON W U SHANKS Lincoln coun tys distinguished Representative in the House was hero from Frankfort Sat I urday and Sunday MR D U TUDOR and family have moved tolFsyetto Ill much to the re gret of their many friends made during their sojourn In this county Miss LUCIIB JAMES CROW after I spending the holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs R H Crowlhas returned to Caldwell College Danville Mu D N WILLIAMS continues a J very sick man A W Stewart of Madison who has been very low with pneumonia is bettcrMt VernonSlg nal ft MK JAMES H BAUGIIMAN and wife left a few days since for Atlapta I where they will spend a few des after which they will visit the various cities 1of Florida MR ROSCOE MunriiY has resigned his position with the Peoples Bank at lIustonvllle and has accepted the posi tion of deputy sheriff underbiS brother T F Murphy Mrs Kate Myers and sons Carlisle and Bowman of Huston ville spent some time with relatives hereUbertyNew8 MR ABIIBY McKEB WARREN son of Mrs Charlotte Warren of this place t has beenfhonored with the position of i assistant law agent of the Louisville Nashville railroad with headquarters at Louisville Six years ago Mr Warren tempqrarilylgavo up the practice of law nndjwcnt to Mobile Ala to accept a clerical position in the L N freight office but at tho death of his father he succeeded in betng transfcired to tho Louisville office in order to bo near his mothor and sisters In the meantime t he pursuedlhis study of law and his promotlol last week is thejmeritcd re ward of a young man where steady rise shows what is in him J t IGO PERKY is quite sick DR W N CRAIG has been quite sick Mil It C ENGLEMAN Sn continues very HI Dn D E PnocTOit was at Brad head Saturday Mn W K SIIUGARS was at Winchester yesterday Mn C T HoiION was up from Lebanon yesterday Mil W S FISH spent Sunday With his family at Paint Lick D H SKINNER of Stonega attend ed tho burial of Mrs Mary Dodd at Hustonville MIL AND MRS M A P ELP8 ot Madison aro guests of their daughter Mrs U C Mocker MESSRS NELSON P GAY of Win cheater and Thomas Chcnault of Rich mond were hero yesterday with Mr S T Harris MR W T TUCKER has moved to the Judgo James P Bailey place Our peo excellent I LOCALS elaor seven rooms MRS R L BERRY of tho West I End sold last year 215 worth of eggs tIpyou are looking for fresh oysters and celery go to J D Hortons reatau rant SEVERALsharesott Lincoln Count I National Bank stock changed hand- hero yesterday at 182 WANTED to buy a Lincoln coun ty farm of the value of 20000 to 30- t 000 Address Lock Box 204 Stanford Ky MAs NEW sANDwill extrac a laugh from the worst dyspeptic Sei t him at Walton Opera House tonight Tuesday WANTED Threegood solicitors In each county Good proposition Ad dress G W Dr 461 Rose street Lex- Ington Ky LOST between the depot and I Reynolds a blue enameled pin bearin tho inscription Panama Reward Miss Mary Bruce SALESMEN WANTED to look after our interests in Lincoln and adjacent coun ties Salary or commission Addre The Harvey Oil Co Cleveland 0 tNEw STOREPoRC0Henry D Campbell and W 0 Pettus whp sold their drug store at Wllmore will open in a few days in the Buchanan store room at Crab Orchard an up to date stock of drugs Their many friends are glad to have Messrs Campbell an Pettus and their excellent families in the East End again AT a meeting of Crab Orchard Banking Co stockholders held Monday Capt J B Willis was elected director in the place of Dr M M Phillips who moved to this place There was no oth er change in the directory The directors then held a meeting and elects the old officers J H Collier presi prelidentlaDd AT tho meeting thecity council Thursday night Mr J R Powell was elected councilman to take tho place of Mr Cicero Reynolds who was elected but declined to qualify Mr Joseph B Paxton was reelected city attorney B D Carter was again elected chief of police and Mr L R Hughes was for the stcenth time chosen city clerk Meaara John J McRoberts and Welch Rochester were nominated for treasur er and each got three votes but Mayor Florence who had the deciding vote refused to break the tie and no treas urer was elected The per cent for collecting city taxes was raised to lOc Oft each =100 which makes the chief of polices office about the beet thing in town MAs IlosnANDThere fs not a moment during tho performance of Mas New Husband when the au ditor is obliged to grope for tho thread of tho story The characters are well introduced before the end of the first act and tho interest is cleverly sustained throughout Few if any musical farces of this typo can claim as much just as law of them can keep an audi once in tho land of laughter for so long a time The book tho music and the musical numbers glvo the clover come dians and comediennes in Harry Scotts company splendid opportunity Iota dis and thev certainly acquit themselves well Judglngtrom the praise given them in other cities Tho piece Is due at Waltonq Opera Houso this Tuesday evening Tickets are on salo at Shugars Tanners drug store I IF you would laugh and grow fat see Mas New Husband at Waltons Op era louse tonight Tuesday GALVANI tho great hypnotist will hold thu boards at Maccabeo Hall at McKinney tonight Tuesday TilE mercury registered zero yester day morning but warmer weather is promised Snow still covers the earth LOST Grip between Morcjand and Kldda Store containing two blankets and other articles G B Pruitt More land Till city council Liberty has put a tax of 1000 on soft drinks This was done to stop the sale of the several do sections of beer IFOUR saloons have opened in Somer set and nine more have license to do so We hear that Mr E O Gooch of McKinney was granted saloon license there threexengagement at a louse Thursday night next 13th The opening bill will be My Dixie Girl charming Southern play Prices IGc 25c and 35c LEACH John Leach aged 30 died at the homo of his father Henry Leach of kidney trouble and was buried at servicese was un married and had been ill for some time TO TAXPAYERS LINCOLN COUNTYI will have to advertise and sell your property after Jan 11f your tax is no paid In order to make my final settle ment with the State and county Set tie up and save this expense T J 11111 sheriff STEPHENS Thhesad news comes from Lexington that Mr James II Stephens formerly of this county died of paralysis there last week aged about B5 He is survived by his wife Eugwas a member of the Christian church and a splendid man ALL things como to him who waits turnededown for a judge by a convention at Danville six years age had tho satisfaction last Monday of opening conrt in the same city after being elected by the largest majority ever given in that district Lexington Gazette ISUNDAY JAN IGTII Is Lincoln county field day in the temperance cause Speakers sent by the executive commit tee of tho AntiSaloon League will speak at Stanford Crab Orchard line tonville and McKlnnoy It is hoped that largo audiences will greet these speakers at each place Names and hours of speaking will bo given in our Fridays issue dOWING to the death of Chief Clerk William Cromwell the duty of calling the State Senate to order devolved on Assistant Clerk Jess M Alverson Lincoln county The rlso of this ofI man In the political world has been pbcnoncnal A few years ago he began setting type in tho INTERIOR JOURNAL office with which paper he is still connected lie had political ambitions and was soon elected to the Legisla ture Since then bo has held office con tinually until now a great honor is his He could have been elected chief clerk of the Senate but preferred his former position of assistant W P Walton in Lexington Gazette MAS NEW tinsBANDEvorythiog points to a gay and merry time at Waltons Opera House tonight Tues day when Mas Now Husband will be given its only performance Before booking this attraction the management had numerous proofs of its pop ularity as a big laughmaker It IS8 three act musical farce with most amusing characters and an original story It is thoroughly uptodate in tho tonG of its comedy and its bright mus ic and popular song hits Tho latter are spoken of as being the beat heard this season Those which are credited with tho greatest number of encores are A Quint Little Game Would You Kiss MeT Got Your Tip From Me Jokes A Kiss and I Lovo No Ono But You Tho Harry Scott Co has an excellent company of farc eurs who never tail to keep the audit ence in goodhumor throughout the ens tire performance Seats on sale at Sbagars Tanners Drug Store IF you cant collect your accounts get tho May Collecting Agency of Som erset to do it for you See ad BuTTLittlo Laura Estella Butt the atght year oid daughter of Mr and Mrs T N Butt died at her home at Highland of peritonitis and was buried In the graveyard of tho Methodist church there Sunday after fnneral ser vices by Rev laggard She was a sweet pretty child and her parents are almost crushed over tlje loss of her Deceased was a sister of Miss Annie Butt who attends school here Report of the Condition of the BANK OF MORELAND Doing Business nt MonInnd Lincoln Count Ky At the closu of business lec28IOOJ Resources Loans and discounts with one or moro endorsers as surety 1134928 00116Time 70UJKJT II Checks and other cash Items Overdrafts unsecured W 91 Current expenses pnld Cm 84 sia140407 07 Llabllltlest- Onpltnl stock paid In In rash S 77M 00 Undivided pronts IeII 1J Deposits subject to check ton which Interest Is not pnld 81808 44 140407 67 Hlnteot Kentucky County of Lincoln Hct I Charles A Wllhoite cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear thai the stove statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief On AULXH A WILIIOITK Cashier thisIpIrJann219i0 O U Pnuirr N P T A King and Ceo W I1lrectont OPERAJIOUSE Three Nights Commencing Thursday Jan 13th The Kern Edwards Co PRESENTS PEARL EVANS LEWIS and Associated Players in Repertoire OPENING HILL j6 My Dixie Girl 9 A Story Of Old Kentucky In Four Acts Polite Vaudeville Prices 25 and 35c Children 15c Advance Sale Opens Thurs day Morning FINANCIAL Condition of City of Stanford To The City Council of Htunford Ky I li ILHughes would submit thdrolowing- as my report for the year ending December 81st 1W9 vli RECEIPTS Cash on hand Jan lit 109 l0tt 39 llecelved from fines ill au License 114176 Taxes 7011 8H Total receipts W544 II- EXPENDITunKR Paid for Salaries 11103 M Water nnd Lights aortas DO per conl of nnlll M 00 street work 1759 interest n O3 supervising w 00 extra police W 00 surveying II 00 repairing pump ate II CO waiting on polic court 6 00 Insurance to 00 S pauper aid 4 M S to collecting taxes 215 M I care of prisoners 948 to lumber M30 printing 14 IW care of S 00 election books etc 15 W I miscellaneous astoanlc IDS 81 Balance In Treasury 1KM M jABSKTB Hire department tlMO se City IInll 4tao1- Cash on hand 1 821 84 Duo from L A N 11 n Oo 21950 Total assets 3fl 74 LIAUIL1T1K8 Duo H W L AIco Co if year rent 1017 M for outstanding arcuatexd21 Jailer for MOB in Net nmOuut7babilities IUI C 13871 7- 4Ilsp etf lly nubmtted Un HCOHMHOIerk L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin IfJBegin The Year l 1910 1- I 1 With The resolution to wear clothes that are made tomeasure JI Good clothes are a great factor in business and social progress and every man owes It as a duty to himself to present a pleas ing and stylish front Made to meaeuro clothes have a richness whichno others possess and for this reason alone every man 1 shouldadopt them Start the year right Save money on your dress and drees better Make up your mind to wear InIternational clothes from now onward and to stimulate your good resolve Come in now and eeo beautiful all wool fabrC8l1ndJmodelsstyle I HUGHES MARTIN CO I I Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY Our Store Will Be Closed IJalUqry Hand 12 j During Which time We I Will Take an Inven r tory of ourIStockIW E PERKINS 1 Crab Orchard Ky Tinging Plumbing FIeatigf Dont let 1010 pane without having hot and cold water through your house with a beautiful w- hitePorcelain r Bath Outfitf Mayo W K WARNER to install your countrywater w rkwitlt reasonable prices and guarantee We also carry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS Roofing and Roofing Paints Call and see us W K WARNER Stanford Kyt W L MCARTYPres E C WALTONVFrcs L R HUGHESJS ftT v Stanford Real Estate Co rVI aftfR hl Stanford KentucKy fr r j ti Farms and Town Property Handled pn Commission Stocks and Doa Sold If you Have Property to Sellorient Notify Us 4 Write for Circular to f L R HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky l I The Interior Journal 1 11JlNtrtdintM OfceatStanford 01 gejenddaol rnaUtr L N TOTE TABLE No 21 Hoothl1H Pe1 NotI South iO i6 AM i No 84 North 440 A M NoaNortn6 P X No n 1029 AM No 23 1IOr M JOS S RICE Agent t A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Buildi- ngMASONS MEET NoMrIJneoln 1Q A AlIt will meet In stated communication oil Mob llrnt and third Monday nights of each month nt 790 oclock In their hall on main itrecot Htnii lord Ky Members of sitter lodges nro frn ternnly Invited to be present T W Pen BlDcton H c and Winter Stocka fFall measure taken by n tailor of ox Then your clothes whethorn low buslnos suit or the finest evening clotbe4wlll have that individuality nnd tit which plainly indicate they were made to your measure I will alto take your mono are for extra trousers fancy vests top rats nnd overcoats Fall and Winter umplea on hand ready for your Inspection HO UUlLY The Tailor Stanford Ky I CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I ran furnish the publlo with the best aa welt ac the freshest of cut flowers of all kinds bulls potted flower on short otlce Alto make B specialty of wreaths tot for funeral purposes Jo connection V above I have nil kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable pricesOIIRIHTIIAN aUKKN HOUSES KD laonfAltO1anw H tanford Ky Jnwrts Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone M Office W Insuro tvith me and be fully prote- ctedCONCRETING conactingand In fact we can make any thing from f lu e down to a fence post We can serve priceberore 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 Life Live Stock Health and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount JlBeazleyCo DndcitiKera and Embalm oars Alas Dealers in Fur niture Iatting8Rugp They will exoiange Furniture for all Kink of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right KENTUCKYi Widertake Embalmer ard iaalor InHarness Saddler t STANFORD KY ii Phonetl Home Pboceolt F FARMERS DEPARTMENT Eubanks is to have another flouring mill and elevatqr Hogs went to J920 at Pittsburg Fri day the highest price 1882 FOR SALE300 bales of extra good cloycr hay Mrs F B Darnotte Ilustonville D B FoX SR will stand a Jersey bull near Bowen Station at 1 the sea non In advance Poland China boar shoats will weigh from 85 to 100 pounds for sale M S Baughman Stanford W B Burton shipped two loads of mules averaging 1190 to Atlanta and a load to Wilson N C that cost 198 Lancaster Record There left my placo 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 FOIt SALE20 extra nice yearling cattle a pair of 16I hand mare mules three and four years old and a pair of 16hand horse mules fat John G Lynn Huston vllle W P Kincaid bought of W J WII llama of Danville his crop of tobacco 1800 pounds at IGc He also bought of W II Hunt of tho same place his crop of 25000 pounds at 14Jc Mr R 11 Crow of the Shelby City section has bought a number ofhighly bred Duroc sows and will raise that breed of hogs extensively They are as pretty a lot as mortal eyes ever rested upon 1 HAVE an oight year old wagon team for sale Also a fiveyearold wagon horse for sale or I will trade him for a good driving horse This horse will weigh about 1100 and a good one B D Carter Fire of unknown origin completely destroyed the large warehouse of the American Tobacco t Eminence 2000causing a loss of More than 60000 pounds of tobacco were destroy edFire of unknown origin at Millers burg destroyed the hardware store of Miller Best The loss totals 5000 with 2500 insurance The East Ten nessee Telephone Cos exchange and the Odd Follows building adjoining were badly damaged by fire and water United States secret service men who have been investigating the Bur fey Tobacco Society asserted at Cincin nati that suit for dissolution of the so clety on the ground that it operates in violation of the Sherman law will be begun in the United States District Court there in a few days STANFORD COURTThere were 600 cattle on the market here yesterday and the demand was good Prices rang ed from 3c to 5c The latter price was for a choice bunch of 1100pound steers The horse market was quiet but there was a big demand for mules and good ones brought 175 to 225 The crowd was good considering th weatherThe News says that T J Neal of that county paid 1 for a pig on July 24 and carried it home in his pocket On the 9th day of Decem ber it was slaughtered and thero was rendered from it three gallons of lard The pig weighed on the day it was kill ed 184 pounds and was at the time 158 days old representing a growth of 116 pounds per day 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 Senator LHubble was in Lexing ton last night and in speaking of the newspaper muddle of the Legislature he said that each member should order the paper he wanted and pay for it himself and not be forced to take the one that the other members vote on him This Is the correct principle The Lexington Gazette Another fight between the insurgents and the organization in the House has been precipitated by the action of the Senate Committee on Public Lands in reporting a resolution authorizing the appointment by the vice president and speaker of a joint committee to invest gate the BallingerPinchot controversy Francesco di Paole Satollf Bishop of Frescatl archpriest of the Latoran ArchBasslllca and Prefect of the Con gregation of Studies is dead Death followed an illness that began last June with an attack of nephritis and astro phy of the right lung and was compli cated recently by blood poisoning Do you want to rid yourself forever of vile catarrh with its humiliating symptoms such as hawking spitting blowing and bid breath Breathe Hy omel Penny guarantees it Complete outfit including inhaler 1 extra bot ties 50 cts- FrankI Kimbler of near Winters Tex killed his wife and two children seriouslyinjuredthentook his own life with a razor The cause is believed to have been duo to ill health r J President Finley of the Southern railway has returned from a tour of the South and reported unusual pros perity all along the line He said the phenominal prosperity of the Southern States is not confined to the cotton planter but the corn and foodstuff grower and manufacturer shares it as well lie reported 266 bushels of corn gathered from one aero of ground in Wake county South Carolina Isaac W McL +anu merchant of Chattanooga Tenn shot and killed Robert Kitchen 18 years old in East Chattanooga McLean had ordered some small boys away from the front of his store and when Kitchen interfered In behalf of the children ho was shot She How about that Christmas present of a sunburst you wero going to give me He How can I give you a sunburst when the banks burst 1 Rev W M Stucky formerly clergyman at Williamsburg Kansas who had been on trial charged with ab ducting Lorena Sutherland his 16year old parishioner was fonnd guilty The roads are so bad in Graves county that two constableselect conld not get to Mayfleld to qualify and they will lose out Fifteen persons were hurt in coasting accidents at Alton III Sunday Stockholders Meeting r A meeting ol the stockholders ot the First National Hank of Stanford will he held nt their banking house the second Tuesday in January mo for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year v Joint JlIIoUOIIIKTIIOluhler CLEMENS HOTEL- J L ELKIN Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKY Large nlry outside rooms Commercial travelers specialty Special rates by week or month The proprietor is a former Lin cola county tuna nnd his should re member him when stopping in his town WANTED I Au all Hound Blacksmith Steady Employment and Good Wages W J ROMANSLancaster Report of the Condition of The =Crab Orchard Banking Co Doing business at Oral Orchard Lincoln County Ky At tho close of business Deo ti 1SM Resource 1I Loans and Discounts with one or IieStocks Hpecte roll 00 Checks nnd other cash items ISU80- 8Overdraftsuniecured 11M 63 Taxes 111 86 Current expenses paid 1743 tt Ilcnl estate banking boute 1COO 00 Furniture nnd natures 1HO 00 17619 IJII Liabilities Oapltalstock paid In In cash 1500000 Surplus Funds 1rO 00 Undivided profits Ian 87 Deposits subject to check on which Interest Is not paid 4151i 81 Demand certificates of deposits on which interest Is paid Duo National hank ion 20 Votes and hilts rediscounted 100 00 fU541119 State of Kentucky County of Lincoln Hot I J C Bailey cashier of the above named flank do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowl edge and belief JO BAILEY Cashier Hubscrlbvd and sworn to before mo this 7 ioxpfresMarchW K Perkins J U Collier Curtis foyer Directors Deport of the Condition of The PEOPLES BANK Doing business nt Htntonvllle Lincoln Jounty Ky At the close of business Dec K 1909 aliesources team and discounts with one or S more endorser ns surety i I31I 71 Ilcal Estate Mortgages oies W- 3jOCpOO Cull loans on collateral Time loans on collateral Due from National banks 1733 7fl UH and Nnt bank notes 4915 00 Bpecle 1S37 12 Obeckfiandolliorcasli Items SAJ6 Overdrafts unsecured 8W3 73 Taxes 883 01 Current expenses paid 1811 St Real estate banking house 1U la Furniture nnd fixtures t list r J9u153Llabllltiei GA0000BurPInsUndivided profits tIl SI Deposits subject to check on which Interest is not paid I titaft21 Time Certificates of Deposits on which interest If paid 600010 DutiHtute banks and bankers alftiyl Notes and bills rediscounted I1m 00 111969 61 State of Kentucky County of Lincoln Set 1 J W HosklnllOUlblor of the above named that the toyknowledgeJ W HOSKINB Cashier 9dayJan II 15WJ IL HocKza N1 Gross earnings for year ending Doo31 W Discount Interest and Exchange KjOA K Disposed of ail follows Paid expenses nhdTaxes IJ799 SO a Dividend a per cent 7SO 00 Carried to surplus fund 00000 Undivided Profits 17 03 v tt JflSB J W HosKiKfl Cashier Jprauwa w HAIR BALSAM balllrotyolgato Omyl r F iUns I t 1 T NOTICElIwo nit the of our friends nnd neighbors for our uomoifrown nursery thriftyInddross MoKKKKings HOME FOR SALE nil11eCtISIIIroomyloinHarden spot This III doslrnblo pluco looit tdon corner of 11hitleyand Miller streets AIt HOIT70IAW Stanford Ky I SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI LEERING I surveyingaguaranteed imcl my prices are ion sonable 1t rite me nt MoKlmiev or call ma tllllllutonllIoIW A ram MoKINNKY NOTICE I You are notified that Tom HarrisI who U now confined tn the Btatu penltonU nry for shooting one Klnvlui freer will ofPrisonIQtorness my hand ebb Noiwiuber Sfl mw TOM HAItniH Fruit And Ornamental Tress I InlIOnrlIenNo Agents H F HILLENMEYER SON- SLoxington Hy FARM FOR SALE OR RENT Inthtsoil or runt has two dwelling one of tour rooms nnd the other of two rooms Two orchards of nearly UO trees Tobacco barn cheapestfarmO JC imAWNEIlUcKinney K- yTRiBBLE PENCE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phono 133 Stanford ICantucl- CyREWARD laving suffered considerable annoyance Katlllatcbelmy gates on the county road that runs through my farm I have concluded to over a reward for Information leading to the conviction of such boon or persons 1 will therefore give tho sum of 0 for Infor mation leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties that have broken the latches on any of my gntojor that have sawed down or torn down any of my gorse on tho county road which runs from the Hustonvlllo turnpike to the Mlllodiovllla wlllglV8theto the arrest and conviction of say party or parties who In the Suture commit any of the above offenses Witness my hand rile 10th day of August 190 TJ HILL Hit NOTICE Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns in the West End In surance Agency Get your policies written right in a good com pany by W J CAMPBELL Ilustonville Ky HENRY VVATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal y AND la + The Interior Journal fti y BOTH ONE YEAR FOR r Il l j ONLY I5O Few people In the United States have not beard of the OourlerJonrns1 Democratic In all things faIr In all things clean In all things U U essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we aro enabled to of fertbo WEEKLY OOUBtRBODBNAC one yearend this paper for the price named above Seed your inbtcriptlonfor cora bloatlon to usnot tc the OourlerJour t RUBBERS 1 We have a complete stock of the famous t BALL BAND Such as the Ladies Storm Rubber Arctics Mens and Boys Felts Arctic Rubber Boots and Overshoes Prices from 50c to 4 Come In And Se Our Large LineI Best QualityThe Ball Band t+++++ ++t+ + + + + + + SAM ROBINSON STANFORD I KY I r1IiI1t iiWe Have Received A Carload of Buggies direct From the Factory I w Clean anti frost nil 1010 stylus Wo will repre sent four factories and kindly asks nuliaro of your i pntronago Como in and look at our tock and make rejections I will have them finished accord i ing to spgcificationj ns our limited space will notjallow n larger stock come 1 CArttress ails a weH HIGGiNS IStanford Kentucky 7sChe Cincoln Qountv Rational Bank 11 j Of Stanford Kentucky to o Capitalt 5OOOOOO Surplus 4300000 Resources 34000000 Si H SHANKS PRESIDENT WM BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASSTCASH H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER CLER- KDIREOTORSi I I i J B Owaloy Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanforl 1IJohn U Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford T C Ran kin TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachorsvillc Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek The Wintry BlastsI MyR orne And tho Kain Bud finuw Fall but your stock will keep wand in Nunnelleys New Stock Yards t Plenty of Covered Pens and Feed I nnd Water Best market in the State 80 bring then on Court Day Second Monday I 11 Bnuci Assistant RURAL TELEPHONEStMR FAR IElt Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place in a position to get tho latest market quotations I at auy time This can bo accomplished by means ofour telephone service which you and your neighbors can gat for a sum that U small comparedwith tho benefits received Call or addre as our neara t oRe or to headquarters Nashville Tann for iuformUion regarding our spjcinl uFl1r mers rate If you are not nt preiaot enjoying telephina ssrvica wa can immediately interest you Otr lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiant and the Slttlmn prtionorIthIhnt nil j Illinois EAST TENNE3SER TEL do TEL COirAfNtwaroRATSn- t 55