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STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JANUARY NEWS NOTES. 91. killed nn elephant Roosevelt has Mrs Turn Tiiu tnli hi reported tti be with tuks weighing 110 pounds. living quietly In 1'arla. , The University College of Medicine Joi llnrrlitun ws killed In thn Q & C yard at Lexington by n switch en nt Richmond, V.i., burned, causing a gin- jut A - $160,000 Ion. Onn of the stars In "Ma's New Husband," which will hold thn hoar tin Bt TuesWalton's 0)cra House day, Jan. lit li. To the Old Farmers. Jan. 7 The Ciiaii OitcilAitD, Kv very foundation Ktone of prosperity (nnd domritic happiness is agriculture The abode of virtue and morality and Christianity. Oh, tho Joy of the happy country home ! Those thoughts hau their origin from the fact th.it I recent ly atajed all night with tho old veteran -democrat, Talbott li. Edwards, and his hit gallant boys, Edgar and Horve, Ed gar with his quit, domestic and beau-tifu- l wife and three bright littlo boja No loud and girls, to intellectual words, no fussing, no quurrcling, no crying, no strife, no contention ! fire-plac- ' , with the d ' flro throwing ita genial warmth over tho happy circle, tho table creaking and groaning under the weight of gotd things his busy domestic wife placed upon It. What a happy man! What n happy wife ! What a happy family ! Mr Kdwarda aald it had been months alnce he had spent a dollar for his table. Tho farm runs tho whole thing, nnd when he was bound to hnve something tbla climate did not produce, he called upon Dame I'artlet and aho joyously contributed to supply the sugar and w coffee, and the two fine milk cows furntshed six pounds of snowy globules a week. Thero is a good living for a whole family! Oh, happy farmer! You feed us all and yet all are against you a ..i ..A.. , A tv.ut nitafh Thn land .. ..- I1U Jfwu "holder, tho consumer, pay the tariff to the government and taxes lo me siato and county. Under tho present tariff law you must pay annually $320,000,000 Tis not the Importer, ita not the wholc-x- Ir merchant. Its not the retail mer chant that paya the tariff. It Is the face 1 looked at tho honest consumer. of tho old farmer, scarred and furrow liv I hn ran nnd nlowahurea of time. and thought how little the office holders cared for him and his Interests. It nas been bad for him for half a century; taxes grow higher every year, and like old Atlas of old. the wholo world I on Poor old farn hi bended shoulders. r r to livo within yourselves and raise what you want to cut and buy clothe and pay taxes with the surplus! Commcnco plowing now lor corn anu throw the dirt from the fence, and not ..against it! Fountaine Fox HotmtTT. ..- Napoloon's Grit was of tho unconqur rablo, novrr-aadie kind, tho kind that you utd most when you huvo a bad cold, cough or lung dLeaso. Suppose troches, cough, avrupj, cod liver oil or doctor have all fulled, don't lose heart or hope. Take Dr. King's Now Discovery. Satisfaction Is guaruntecd when used for any throat or luug ttouble, It has saved thousands of nopoless sufferers It masters stubborn colds, obstln.to coughs hemorrhages, la grippe, croup asthma, hay fever and whooplngeough and Is tho most safe and certain remedy for all bronchial affections. COo. $1. Trial bottlo free at Penny's Drug Store. v tho trunk at a height of 130 feet; 27 people, holding hands, can reach just around U, . William Huston, aged 72. was found frozen to death in an out house on tho Hardin county. 7 farm of A. B.UurchU lie had bees dead several days. An enormous tree is located at El Tulle, a village near Oaxacs, Mexico. The tree, a cypress, is believed to be the largest In circumference of any in the world. It measures 104 feet round Th nnnivenmrv of the buttle of Newl Mi4 lmle King, ngul 10, died of tlmrtiglmut dlphtherin nt her home in Spencer coun fViRtra w ty after a short illne. Iuiiarin AMurnmti Chulip died at Lnpertr, Mudmnnwe I'HIf Thomas. hsimI 9T. W, rtlwl at WImInw lml , of blwxl Niotiing, causfd by nnd Dixit 44 hniidker-hle- f, 44 which -r statrch in u im Hiurdiy. 44 44 44 44 Tim llrxiVlvn Ittnid Tramrtl Co. an-- infected n sure on hi 44 44 Fallowing the publication of the I'res-- 1 in d it voluntary lncrnw In the nav 44 44 44 44 of t H.ooo nwtofiiwn, eomluetors awl litem's melange, stocks in New York 44 44 CiH)i r trrttnmen lud ii deelina, but the Street in n whole 44 44 44 44 1) irmg a sptftiieular ititfh' prufesnid to feel n fwr of Its sting. ON 44 44 PuMMiiKer train No. 23, lh Frwnch I) tr.in-e- , llnhrt nn the Like railroad, was wreck ..v ur. hiihIiksI nftltrbtMino(h'ial1y ed ui NtirtlMast, Pa. Two trainmen 4 e ' 'nn"l nt atttial 4,000 fast V. were killed and one seriously Injured. Liri Thiitflpson, n Orant ennnty N-"4 4 In deference to the wfehes of his for hm tutting Mm i, win hanged Ho family the funeral of the lute CnngroM-maK r-- m Itolierta. a white woman 4 JutntH At. Qrtggs, was held nt ! the crime hi the gallows. V tu ft !4 4l Dawson, (!h , without uny CongressionKinenhl and William i',im Lu 4 94 V4 V4 j.isVr niiot 18 Hml 11 years rcspict al formalities V4 in search of the The Scott exHKlltion, ?J i. el , were shut by an unknown person 4 V4 4 South Pole, is now assured, the Uritish wlulu i ut hunting near Shnrpsburg. 4 promised $100,000 IX II. Jonee, general mnnngpr of the governmeul having I 4 V4 SjuthKwtvrn Publishing House, shot toward the $200,000. which is the esti4 : child nnd mated expense. a" J ki'led his five yoar-olTwo convicts in the Frankfort penitlun cominittod suicide at Nnthville Mm Sophia Lillia nnd four children tentiary had ii quarrel in the shoe facwere found froxvn to death in bed nt tory and as a result Sherman Powell U This Is the first case of in the prison hospital with several New Orleans wounds on his person. fatal freezing ever reported in that Four heavily armed men held up n city Prof. James Harr Amos, dean of the private bank in the Greenpotnt section :: Harvard Lnw School nnd formerly of llrooklyn nnd attempted to rob it. chalrman.of tho athletic committeu of They were resisted and one of the bankthe university, died nt Cambridge, ers was shot. Two men were captured. Gen Daniel II. Rucker, thooldcst reMass Joo McElwnln, postmaster nt Sal- tired officer of the United States army s mons, Simpson connty, shot nnd that ever lived, died at his home in Xi fatally wounded Will Weir, u mer Washington, aged !e He was born In to the army Zx chant of that plnce. It is not known New Jersey und appointed 4 from Michigan what caused the trouble. :, The Arctic Club of America founded The missing Or Cook is now In Germany perfecting plans for an expedi- by Dr Frederick A. Cook ar.d his sup tion to the Arctic regions next year. jwrters in the North Pole controversy-throu- gh according to n stntcment by Theodore its board of directors has drop 42 Cook, brother of the explorer. ped the name of the explorer from the A deal which involves approximately roll of membership. 4.2 $2(10,000,000, nnd by which New York The South Cleveland Hanking Co , of capitalists, said to be backed by the Cleveland, closed Its doora after filing Standard Oil Company, will control the a deed of assignment, naming Thomas IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. The bank entire, gas output of West Virginia, has H. Marlett as tho assignee. Miss Sallie Sewell Peak is dead at practically been closed. is incorporate for $150,000 and has Somewet of stomach trouble. The. independent telephone companies savings deposits Wilson Fain, aged CO years, supervis of the country have raised a fund of One fireman was burned to death, six Jessamine, ts dead. $150,000 tn tight against absorption others were injured, several women or of turnpikes of STANFORD, KENTUCKY Aoron Johnson, Sr., G9 years old, ana by the Hell telephone system, accord- - were overcome by smoko and 200 hotel one of Laurel county's most prosperous cording to Max Koehler, of St. Louis, guests were driven into the street in ORGANIZED IN J 882. in his testimony beforo Special Com St. Louis when tiro broke out under the farmers, is dead. The President nominated J. bchuyler CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. Zimbalon in the S. J. Schwer Cambridge and llarnum Hotels. missioner postmaster at Monti-cellSURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. injunction suit at St. Louis. The baggageman at the Michigan Sandusky to be Wayne county. Central depot in Ypsilanti, Mich., was HASJPAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 June Wren is in jail at Lancaster MATRIMONIAL. killed in a fight with robbers. One of charged with burning William Nuchol's the robber was taken to a hospital Derixtl Gadbcrry nnd Miss Mary Combines AbioluteSafety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety barn near Paint Lick. were married at Ellisburg, Ca badly wounded and two robbers escapJ. G. Mattingly. a prominent and D:poiit Baxes for Us: of our Customsrs. We Solicit Your Account. ed, one of the two being wounded. sey county. of St. Mary's, Marion At Coalport, Knox county, Charles wealthy distiller Robert Leo Sherrow, nged 17, and a long illness. 14 years old, shot and killed county, is dead after Miss tlcrnctto Preston, 15, were mar Foreman, physiDr. T. J. Price, a rled by Kev. G. W. Thompson in Gar- Thomas Money, aged nine. It is al cian and splendid citizen of Rockcastle, OFFICERS. DIRECTORS. leged tho shooting was accidental. The rard tho other day. is dead at Level Green, aged about F. Reid, J, H. Baugbman, Miss Irene Denton, of Science Hill, Foreman youth was taken into custody 50. J. S. Mocker, President;, M. D. Elmore. J. M. Pettus. Pulaski county, nnd Mr. Edward A and released under a bond of $500 to aged 70, is dead of S. T. Harris, Jordon Meyers, H. C. Baughman, . F. Cummins, Wilder, of Shubutn, Miss., were mar- await his trial. heart trouble at High Bridge. Ho was . McRoberts, Cashier; John Money lenders will have a finechanVe S. T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, ried at Nicholasville. tho father of Mrs. B. E. Blumfield, of II. C. Baughmao. Asst. Cash'r W. B. O'Bannon J. S. Hocker, Miss llettie Jackson nnd Robert Jack- at Lexington, since tho county officials Garrard. C. E. Tate. W.W.Saunders.Bookkeeper. son, of Jellico, eloped to Jellico and have declared that the tax collection of Dr. J. B. Boiling, one of the oldest were married. Tho groom is a nephew 1910 cannot be anticipated. There is and most highly respected citizens of no money in the treasury, and warrants of Col. It. M. Jackson. Perryville, died at his home in that Mnrried at the ago of 14 and dissatis- will be issued each month to the various city as tho result of injuries sustained fied after a year of married life, Mrs. county employes. These can be hy by a fall several days ago.Ite;was 81 Iteatha ilagan, wife of Peter Kagan, pothecated by the impecunious. years of age. In seeking a man reported by his relcommitted sulcidoat Hloomlngton, Ind., daughter of T. L. The ' atives as missing, tho Now York police Haydon, of Washington county, was by shooting herself with a shot gun Tho homo of Mr. and Mrs, J. M Rob discovered a tunnel, which from the accidentally shot and killed by her 8- erts on Mt. Vernon street presented a cellar of the tenement in which he liv- year-ol- d brother, who was playing with most beautiful nppearance on Friday ed, led across tho street and in the di- a shot gun his father had been hunting !JaBBBaBHlIIIIlHBBHaBHsBBBBBBBBBBBBBl evening The occasion was the ecle rection of a jewelry store and the East asssssaaisBPisaspiaayasassBassiaBSssMasasssjBasa yff? with and had not put in; its proper iflsBBBBBBBBiaBBBBBBBl wedding anniver Side branch of the Fourteenth street brution of their 25th BBBBBBBBH place. -- Somerset Times. sary Rank, where many thousands of dollars Frank Perkins, who was nrreatedlat It was not Miss Lillie Garner, of tho are stored in vaults. Pino Knot, Pulaski county, charged East End, whom wo reported married Lost to the world, Henry Mulson was with the murder of Andy Ramsey in u few issues ago, butsome other young lady by that mime, Tho handsome found in jail by the Marion county, blind tiger near Stearns, confessed to oung East End lady is still single, but Ind., grand jnry. Forgotten by his ac- being present and to have helped to fire wo II wager sue won i do long. quaintances and overlooked by busy the building In which Rantsey's Tdead Dr und Mrs. C. M. Pay liter, of he had been behind the bars for body was burned in the hope of coverengageLawrencebtirg, unnminco tho ment of their daughter, Miss Noral Lee 101 days without a chance to defend ing up the crime. Perkins claims that I 'ay liter, to Dr. Jnivphl'. Holt, ofVer himself against the chargo of having he was forced to help at the point of a Tho wedding will be quiut and stolen a sack of potatoes. Tho grand pistol in the hands of another man, who sallies will lake place the latter part of this jury at once sot him free. murdered Ramsey .without provocation month. Isaac Finkclsteln, the burrower of and then took nbout $050 from his body. James Mcliee, an industrious and clever young mun of this place, was Ludlow street, New York City, was The police aro looking for the man nammarried at Mr. Will T. Stone's a few found trapped in his tunnel liko a rob ed by Perkins. night's since to Miss Dollie Wolford, bit in its warren. Miners had been the pretty daughter of W. C Wolford, Work24 Hours a Day. of tho West End. Kev. R. It. Noel digging for him for 3G hours. Nothing Tho busiest littlo things ever made ceremony that made more miserably futile and hopeless had performed the idem husband and wife Mr. Mcliee over been seen, no lay unuer the are Dr. King's Now Llfo Pills. Every and bride are happily domiciled at his middle of the street, a crushed, miry pill Is a sugar-coate- d globule of boalth mother's home on Lancaster street. semblancoof a man, his face in the t,bat changes weakness Into strength, -:- -:- into dirt, his hands stretched out before languor into energy, brain-laThose Plos Of Boyhood. ppwer; curing Constipation, How delicious were the plos or boy him, pointed toward tho unattainable montal Chills, Dyspepsia, Malaria. No plos now over taste so millions in the vaults of tho East Side Headache, hood branch of the Fourteenth street bank, 25o at Penny's Drug Store good. What's changed? tho pics? Ginin the window of a No. Its you. You've lost the strong, and the diamonds In a struggle with two safe blowers. hoalthy stomach, tho vigorous liver, jewelry store next door. Paul Sauls, 17 years of age, who was building, at the active kldnoys, tho regular bowels left to watch the A Frightful Wreok. of boyhood. Your digestion Is poor Tallahassee, Fla., shot and killed them aud you blamo the food. What's of train, automobllo or buggy may both in the basement of the building. mu A complete toning up by causecuts, bruises, abrasions, sprains, needed? The Congleton Lumber Company, of u or wounds that demand lluek ten's Hitters of all organs of Eloctrlc Salve-earth'- s greatest hoaler. Lexington, was awarded the contract Stomach, Liver, .Kidneys, UR&XCII2l!OUdE:33TANs?OKDl KV.,Tln.riuau;K:. Tudor, Mgr. They'll restore Quick relief and prompt euro results. for the erection of the new graded Dowels Try them. Telephone Na. 16a. building at Midway. Their bid school vour bovhood appetite- - and apprecia For burns, bolls, sores of all kinds, was 119,312, tion of food aoU fairly saturate your eczema, chapped hand and lips, sore top bugbody with new health, strength and yes or corns, Its supreme. Surest For Sale. A second-hanpile cur. 25a at Penny's Drug Store. gy. This office. vigor. COo at Penny's Drug Store. 44 44 44 44 44 44 A rMtrtal j n no. l!r RICcS ii ALL" 64 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 CUTll 'it lihm. west-boun- ' t OVERCOATS l ! ii ; ?i It : ugly-looki- - Call And See. Cummins & 8 ! ! per-hap- Wearen, h: ii STANFORD, KENTUCKY. )tH444J444144)4r44)'AMy. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, o, well-know- n t; American Wire Fence. m ii .2iHBHflaiHlHlHIIIIHillHHIHHniHBHE four-year-o- llili Hli llilKsBBM GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. H. . NORTH COTT, Dealerin g Live and Dressed Poultry, Eggs, Ice, Coal. m Wool, Hides, Furs, Salt, Lime, post-offic- e seng and Feathers. PHONE 35, LANCASTER, KY. Ar-mc- d hi. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford 1 r As 1 - LuAiZ t 1 Gov. Brown hat Issued a proclamation cilllng for an election In the3 Second Georgia district on Feb. 1 to sucE. C WALTON ceed Congressman Griggs, of (Dawson, Ga., who died' a few daysjago. hon. harvey:helm, The president of the American Wareof Lincoln county. In a candidate for rf house Association says there'aro a bilClaims Collected Jfotes, Accounts, Klglitn nomination for Oonirraa from the district. (uttjrct to the action of the demo- lion, flvo hundred million eggs In I cold tn the United States. party. cratic storage in tho UnitedStatcs.l Looks CHARGES MADE UNLESS WK COLLECT. WE COLLECT like now is tho time todispose of a few NO x WHERE OTIIEItH FAIL. League has been of them. The ono of the most effective methods of President Taft is still looking forfighting the liquor curso that has ever ward to a trip to Alaska late in the been employed. Itisn union of chris- coming Spring. He plans to go tn tho WOODSON MAY,;Mgr.. tian men and women of tho Nation, or- far northwestern territory immediately ganized into an army of aggressive after tho adjournment of Congress and -workers. Each State has an organiza- before going to Beverly for tho late tion, an executive committee tor tho summer nnd fall. CHURCH MATTERS. In an Interview Representative Nor-riState, with a State superintendent, Stato president, secretary, treasurer, I oiler my service In the people nf LinEld. J. G. Livingston preached nt of Nebraska, charged the president etc. Then the efTort is made to have with singling out the House enemies of the Christian church at Livingston Sun coln count) utiiii auctioneer, ruill.liirilou ituiiruiiU'Hi. II. v . MoWllilltri.lt, each county organized. In mo't States Speaker Cannon for punishment by day. He may become pastor of that Mori'lnntl, Ky It. K. I). No. 1 there is an organ published which is a withholding patronage, and declared church and it will have a good one if he llealdcncc. Turners llle. great power in tho work. The organi- that they would not be intimidated into does. I zation is It seeks to have silence by any combination between the Rev. W. II. Hopper preached two I men elected to ollico who aro pledged to president and the speaker. good sermons, at tho Prtsbytcrian Hlock of tM'iiernl iiii'rchnnillifllii Hii.tnn temperance legislation without regard Senator Conn Linn, of Calloway church Sunday. Mr. Hopper is not yet llle on Mul n Hln-el- . Well known ttHiiil mill trade rstiibllntit-dWrite lor pnrtlcu to their party name. Tho immediate county, has introduced a hill which through college, but is already a splen to v. II. Mohmk object of the organization is to restrict ltus.ontlile, Ky. Increase the salary of circuit did preacher. to the sale of liquor, and it has for its judges $1,200 a year, but which reAt the Christian church Sundayultimate object the prohibition of both quires them to serve as special judge school Sunday morning, Clarenco E. the sale and manufacture of liquors for without tho extra $8 a day that they Tate was elected superintendent; W. beverage purposes. Under tho leader- receive under the present law. The A. Tribble assistant superintendent and Porltonae and Carriage fainting and TrimI'aimr Hanging, (lun ship of this organization legislation fa- bill applies to all circuit judges except John S. Banghman secretary and treas- ming.Hhopoppo,lie depot. un.l ixx'ksmltli Ing. vorable to temperance has been secured in districts containing cities of the first urer. J.J. llKLDR.t.Htnnford, Ky to a more or lets extent in all tbe and second-class- . 1 To the Insuring. PunLic Having States and Territories of the Nation. Gilford Pinchot was removed from works in harmony with all organiza- his office as chief forester by President suffered loss to our church building and It Oover Hotel, at Crab f.infn1n kUIJ.CIIUI H. tions which have the same end in view. Taft. In doing this the President gave j.n.unta at IIiiKIa U...VW... nniintv. room luit across atnet.Orchard, nu atortt J. with .f. and n cottage, or oIIIcm It therefore does not claim all the honor out a copy of a letter he had written to Ky., by lightning and being insured Joining ah necessary outbuildings. of three rooms, for what has been accomplished in the Pinchot in which '.be says 1n conclu through Jesse D. Wearcn, the insur MIW.OintTlHUOVKIt. Crab Orchard, Ky. past few years, but it does claim to sion: "By your conduct you havo de ance man, Stanford, Ky., we, the trus have been a most potent factor in these stroyed your usefuluess as a helper sub tees and members of the above church triumphs. It is the largest and most ordinate of the government, and it tako pleasure in recommending Jesso effective organization at work today in therefore now becomes my duty to direct D. Wearen and the companies reprethe interest of true temperance. There the Secretary ofAgriculturo to remove sented by him to the insuring public I dealre nm for the very prompt and liberal settle ccrlefand to aell Drlratelr mv strafe nf busl- is room in it for every man and woman you from your office as forester." liolng n goo.! Hardware., man, nf ntir IftQa John fi- - Rob in the church, or out of the church, who Senator Thomas P. Gore, of Oklaho- inson, trustee, C. C. Withers, trustee, 111 health.in luvoice aouui fZJAU. iieason desires to see the Nation freed from ma, speaking of Danville, tho home Klcnaru Hester, trustee, jumes 1K0. 1. HOri'K!l,Htanford..Ky. the awful curse of rum. member, W. H. Underwood, town of Speaker Joseph Cannon, at member. Jackson Day celebration of the demo- member, J. A. Hammond, John D. Rockefeller, Jr., fore- crats inJLouisville, attacked the stand-pman of the special grand jury which is A meeting of the stockholders of the Lintyranny of Mr. Cannon and Senator ! coln 'Jointly National Hank of Htanford will investigating the white slave evil in the Aldricb, declaring tw held at their banklni houm ih uonmi that they stood in Tuesday In January, two, for tho purixne of environs of Greater New York, will the path of progress. He asserted that virv.iuK uirrciur, mr in, ensuing year. not allow lack of money to impede the President Roosevelt conducted affairs W. M. IiHIilllT, Cashier llavlngsoldmy fam.I will aril publicly progress of investigators. Indeed, the without their aid, but that President on son of the world's richest man has anWKI1NKHDAV. JAN. IX. 1910, Taft had surrendered to them at the nounced that he wouid throw open the llrtXXl first summons. ThA 'nllnulni nmnflrtr. - - .,- - ., r- ; the stockholders d )ors of the Rockefeller treasure chesi Mare.in xoai in jacs, i iiukk "! l"' lui A meeting of Hustonville will of tho v at Iwnkof be held women anil children to drle, yearling ni tlonal bunking bouse In spending some part of the Standard Oil HuitonTlllu the sec a nnd , year, old. well their HUSTONVILLE. lles.XWors: Mules. In rwiwe.ni iinmi where, millions to sift the question of white broken and work well any Xbulla, 1 a milk ond Tuesday tbeJanuarr. lull) electing dlrec- a.m., for purpose of hornless Just a few more samples of those cow,, X wltb young caUcs, slavery to the very end. Mr. Rockei if "i tc uc eusuiug year. red bull.Xyearsord.lyrarllng Jersey bull, itock bargain suits and overcoats. Have your lvonrllnnitpcr.llielfer.lv 1Ilerkshlre wagon J. W.Hockkb, Cashier. feller has declared that he will head hog,, J (at hog,. 1 phaeton, measure before it ,et of name,, nnd I tie investigation with heart and soul, Adams taken Hustonville. is too late. and mowing machine. plow Rear, lculllva 1 corn crush drill. tor. Bros., aid when he learned that the special er. Farming Implement, of uirlou klnda, 's I0U barrel, of corn In crlb.I carload or more The person who borrowed my grand jury would be hampered by lack hay In Now Livorv shot gun some time before his of baled Timothy hay, lot unified furnl of funds he said tbathe would furnish burn, some household and kitchen thing, too numerou, Dopot Stroot, ture and ninny death will please return it to me at to mention, A other aide meat and ahoutd enough money to insure success for the let of 00, work. Many of the men Buspected have once. Mrs. T. J. Robinson, Huston- era. to begin promptly at :m A. . Kale ft 2d from the city, and it will take a ville. known on day of tale. Ky, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Terms made A. II. McKINNKV. McKtnney, brigand laborious inquisition to secure There will be a union meeting at tbe SSB tie necessary evidence to have them Christian church Jan. 16, at 11 A. M., 1 brought back. league. in the interest of the Mr. Rockefeller has We Bujmade arrangements for his subordi Rev. C. B. Arendall, a fine speaker, ales concerned to take further control will make the address. Hides and Ieuler In nnd Manufacturer of. of his affairs to devote pretty nearly all J. W. Allen, who has been down with Weol his time to unearthing the a severe case of pneumonia for ten Feather,, Tallow, Bmku, Cuucat, ' Marblo and Cranlto v Monudays, is reported some better. His son, "white slavers." Apple, CoId.nStl.(YcHowRi),M'-ill, is r, Carroll Reid, who has also been Wild etc Wc are duUni In an interview Judge E. C. O'Rear, improving. John G. Lynn is very ill nubUnJ ia 1856 "0m busctxturrio Markers and Tost,, Cemetery and Lawn of the Court of Appeals, eays he will with pneumonia. ua do bettor I of you tbsa Vases and fevttoe,. Oitloe and work,, Mc stata or cmminloo caercKuta. Rdemce. Kinney, Ky. not be u candidate for the republican The severe wintry blast last ThursLouiniSe. ur Buk la Japcasx Writ, for weekly nomination for governor. The judge day prevented the meeting of the lapoos list sad Ufa. has always'been accounted quite "foxy" dies of the C. W. B. M. at Mrs. B. Mc- M. Sabel & Sons, and he very nearly demonstrates that Cormack'a. They will, however, meet lOUISVlUE, KY. 219 E. Market St. A No. I farm of IK sere,. Ifouao four he has! been judged correctly. The there Thursday at 2 p. m., to which all room, Hilda good cistern. There Ishas Kxxl a honor would bo an empty one and no members are cordially invited. barn nnd abundance of stock water. This land Is about half Virgin soil, udapted to one knows it better than he. The next Prof. Galvani played to two good roi.iiiK urnss, nay, corn, wneai, oals, nemp and tooocco, and Is all In grass exoxpt about Kentucky is as certain to houses here on Friday and Saturday governor of sxl J) acres and Is on tbe pike near good schools, churelw, and depot, and has a good orchard be a democrat as the day of election nights. His performance completely and outhouses. rolls around. convulsed the audience, and the dimple Lock Hoi HI, Htanford, Kentucky, MISSOURI Democrats from every announcement of his return in future county in the State and numbering over would make standing .room at a pre 600 gathered at Convention Hall in mium. Mrs. Mary Dodd, the beloved mother Kansas City in a "harmony conof Wm. Dodd, passed into that eternal ference." Nearly all the leaders of To Introduce our ,cry complete Hprlng line tbe party in the State were on hand rest prepared by Him for his loved ones of beautiful wool suitings, wash fabrics, fancy waitings, silks, etc, bdkfs, laces and and the spirit of all the speeches was from the foundation of the earth. She petticoats. All up todateN. Y. Ulty l'at was 86 years old on Jan. 8, the day of terns. Finest line on the market. Dealing "Missouri must be redeemed." her death, and was not a member of any direct with tbe mills you will find our prices and "Aldrichiem," as characlow. I'rollts flU.uj to weekly. Hauiples congregation, but loved and served her nnd lull Instructions packed In neat sample terized by the speakers, was denounccase, shipped express preuald. No money Maker. After a short service at the required. Kxclualve territory Write lor ed. house by Rev. Jones, of the Baptist pur.icuiurs. no ursi 10 apply. HTANDAUIl DHXSH UOOIM CO., I) KPT, F. I. church, she was buried in the Huston W. M. Hull, formerly of the Louisx lllnghainton, N, Y ville Courier-Journand Times, is dead vllle cemetery. up-to-d- ate Dearest mother, how we miaB her, New York. He was a good newspain None but God, can evor tell. per man, but left Ijournalism for the Yet none can doubt His wisdom, dramatic field and up to the time of his For He doeth all things well. Heport of The Condition of The last illness, was presB agent for some We, whose names appear below, strletly big theatrieal attraction. In this canahlng or Waynesburg Deposit Bank, forbid hunting, placoa and any kind of trea pasalng on our will proaecute vl pacity be visited Louisville a number of Resolutions Passed by the Fiscal olators to tbe full extent of the law. Miss Mattle llewes, ltelchenbacb Iiroa. Court on Judge J. S. Owsley, Jr. Doing builneu at Waynesburg, Lincoln times and renewed old acquaintances. Fred llaumann, A.T. Traylor, County, Ky.. N. II. I'luminer, LUburn Oooch, Squire Adams introduced tbe followi11U. At the close of buslneaa "Wno's Who in tbe Kentucky Gener- ng: Will Hester, ICO. NunuMley. "ileourcea7 resolution and moved that it be J. W. Ilaughman. J. W. Peak. al Assembly," the little volume issued J.K.Uraoo, David Hteven. Loans and discounts wltb one or JobuUauienlscn, Win.Oordler. by The Times to commemorate tbe first adopted and spread on the records of llifiiH W more cndorirers us surety Dan Traylor, M. D. Klin ore, session of the Legislature in the new this court and published in tbe Interi- Heal estate mortgugei 17,611! 00 Clotllb Click. Fred llandorf, D. M.Anderson, J. J. Thompson, 00 , Capitol, Is a book that will be preserv- or Journal, which motion was sec- Oall loans on collateral Mr. and Mrs. Jas. II. Kadi J. F. Moser, by Squire W. M. Dudderrar, and U.H. llond, 0U A. Klbusa Mrs. N.J. Morton ed for years to come. It gives a Bhort onded H.WB tt! Due National Hank, Mrs.Ueo. Logun. J.J.KIIlott. sketch of each Senator and Represen carried unanimously by the court: "In U, H.from Nat. Hunk notes W. It. Daugherty, Frank CorUler, a,iu Ui and Iter. Father Leo, Dr.d.0. 1'erry, tative and other information of value view of the fact that Hon, John S. Hpecle 2.1U0 M H. II. luugbman, II. W. (lalnea. Owsley, Jr., will retire from the judge- Overdrafts, secured A. D. Uriah Albright. wnt Mra. Margaret tlooch, Jacob Iloot. (lander 1U SI That the deadlock prevailing in the ship of the Lincoln county court at the Tuxes W. 11. Traylor lleo.C. (livens, 711 72 democratic caucus for the selection of end of the present year, this court, as Current eipouseu paid Ham ltoberta, JohnJufvr, 1,KQ Ou M, J. Holmann, Amend Hohaefer, a successor to the late United States an evidence of appreciation of his ser- Hanking bousefixtures A. It. Matheuy K.T. lleaxley 1,737 tci Furniture and 1.. H. (Ihrner, Mrs, J. 11. Owsley, Senator A. J. McLaurin will not soon vices, places on record this testimonial: II. L. Fagaley. M.J. Morgan, be broken is apparent Many are of As judge of the Lincoln county court It. O, Watklin, H.T. Harris. Liabilities. It. If. Crow, J. O. Hundley. the opinion that the deadlock will con- lion. John S. Owsley, Jr., has perform Capital stock paid In, In cmli Mrs, Nannie 11. flood, (J. K. McClure, US.OuO 10 TO AndursunCarr, Anton Itonecker, tinue well into next week when a "dark ed hU onerous duties faithfully and im- Hurplus fund nju 00 W. M. IMstiun, frrrd VnnUruenlguii l;CM M horse" will be placed before the cau partially He hua been watchful of tho UndUldvd pnillt T. I.. Huughman. Mrs. Kate Ador to Mri. lUdwrci. It.Curpt'iiter cus. county's Interests and has endeavored Deposit subject notcluck on which "A.17I 07 Nloniut. W. Knpati. M. K. I.nwrenee, paid Interest Is D. Hevlers, John H. Lee, in every way to conduct its auairs on Tom Ferrllf, tllirlsllau Jacob 78,010 ttt POLITICAL. an economical basis, W. W. ritui-u- i, Fred 1'uyk. Htnte of Kentucky, County of Llncolu, H H. AlexOoupur. J. Nevlu Ourtur, Ah tho presiding officer of tho fiscal K. It. Deiiham, U. S. Jackson, of Greenfield, was I.Htunley Mclntoali.caalilerof ,liu above Mr. W. O, Welch. bunk, do solemnly W. D.Ooocli, H.O. Anderson, elected chairman or the Indiana Uemo court, he has invariably been courteous, mumot statement Is true to swear tbut the T. A.ltlue, tlu detail. the wst of my cratic State Cmitral Committee, with accurate and impartial. He is entitled ubove Iteutiun Curtis Chrlt (lumentsch, suoKdKund belief. McIntohii, Cashier. out contest. Tlnaley Hpoouttiuore James Hinlth, HTklkt to the sincere thanks of this court and HR 1'. W.Carter, A.L.Carter. Hubsurlbed and iworn fo before me this 0 Gov. Thomas R. Marshall, of Indl tho people II. W. dallies W. I'.drlmes, of Lincoln county for the day of J an. 1VIU. (1. II. Cooper, Oik, 1 0, C. ana, was endorsed for President by the - lloltxolaw, W. M, Fields J. K. lly W. K. Ouiudeji,l).t It. duluoa. Mrs. Mattle White, Sixth District, va , oemoctats, in ses faithfulness he has shown in tho perII.H.HInglolon L.O. Oooch, It. Curtis, Mis Mary 1'epplM, w. tt. ICoeton, formance ot his duties." Magistrates. Ulieclors. aion at Cambridge City. A. L. Tkeaapsoa, Juniee Master, The Interior Journal. Claims fi Collections, DF?Y tft-t--- Anywhere and Anti-Saloo- n may's COLLECTION agency, Somerset, - Kentucky. Auctioneer! ii PEET M .1 s, What is as important at this season of tho year than good dry serviceable FOR SALE . pro-pros- J. J. BELDEN, FOR SALE Shoes that will wear well, and keep the feet practically dry, the most foolish person is he who neglects his feet in Winter. We do our very best to get the longest wearing and dry-e- st footwear possible. That heavy "Walk - over -- -. Stock of Merchandise anybodys at $2, $2.25 and $2.50 according to size. When it comes to for Sale. 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 betterthan at PUBLIC SALE tt 1 Stockholders' Meeting we have them all beaten a block. Our all 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 Stockholders' Meeting by themselves. The best rubber footwear on the globe pretty strong but its true. 1 Rubber Goods X 1 1 bus-band- S. D. CARTER, Phone H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. liV - anti-saloo- n FURS Ctn-ic- m Harry Jacobs, ments, D y I FARM FOR SALE! HHK asxMsxsxBsB'" iissVsBsVsi-S- sxssssssF sxD Dinwiddle & 'XflM sxBkHI mJssK .laxsft sxH Co., LADY WANTED r SCENK FROM "Can-nonis- Hustonville, Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an line "Ma's New Husband." A Furiously Funny Musical Stew. of goods. POSTED. Walton's Opera House, Tuesday, Jan, IJth. G. L. Tenny R. H. Coffey K. R. Coleman I Vinolf The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil, is a most PQ CQ Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and Strength. It is Especially Useful For Persistent Coughs and Colds. Sold under a Guaran- - , ' IP M (Jj m tecat ill (f fe Wt Eg PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. I- I L--. " ' tTllr"-- "3 .These New White Goods, New Laces. Days Are Good Days.... For White Sewing. New Embroideries, Special All Linen Laces At 5 Cents Per Yard. SEVERANCE & SON. STANEORD KY. The Interior Journal. i. Btaktohi), Ky., - Jak. 11, 11U0 So UK great bargain in box paper nro beltiir, clo.nl out to mnko room for now stock at Penny's Drug Store. PERSONALS. Mrs. ia. At.r--x Wesley Holtzclaw 111 Kmiihy is with Is vory ill. pneumon- Thomas Coleman fever. is threatened with Miss Mamie Straud is ill with typhoid fever. Mr. J. 'II. Foster is In Kansas on a business trip. Chief op Police friends. IK been quite sick. Miss Mary D. Kennedy I. Carter has e iswithllus-tonvlll- I Onpltnl stock pnld In, In rath I 7.7M Oil KM profits Leach. John Leach. aged3G, died at ITiidtldnl subject to check (on IWpoilU the home of his father, Henry Leach, which Interest la not pnld) S1.HTXJ49 rant. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. 10,407 87 Several shares of Lincoln County of kidney trouble, and was buried at Htnteof Kentucky, County of Lincoln, Het, Sunday after services National Rank stock changed hands Pleasant Point I, Olmrles A. Wlllioite, cnshler of the by Squire J. N. Singleton. He was unhIkvh mimed tnnk,ilo solemnly swear tlim hero yesterday at $182. married and had been ill for some tlianbote statement Is true to tho best of my knowledge nnd belief, Wanted, to buy a good Lincoln coun- time. Chaulkh A.WlLiluiTK.Onihler. ty farm of the value of $20,000 to Subscribed nnd sworn before me To taxpayers Lincoln County. I Btn day of Jim., jlilu. My tocommission this ex Address Lock Rox 201, Stanford, pires Jan. W, I10. (1. II. run ITT. .N, v. will have to advertise and sell your Ky. M. Lee IMnes, T. A. King and (ieo. W, Liberty. property after Jan. 1 if your tax is not llunn, Dlreitors. Mh. L. W. Hughes, of Louisville, "Ma's New Husband" will extract paid in order to make my final settleDent Sundsy with his mother and a laugh from the worst dyspeptic. Soo ment with the State and county. Set OPERA HOUSE him at Walton's Opera House, brother here. tle up and save this expense T. J. Messrs. J. M.Alverson and J. T. Tuesday. Three Nights Commencing, Hill, sheriff. Embry were up from Frankfort Saturgood solicitors in Wanted. Stephens The sad news comes day and Sunday. AdGood proposition. from Lexington that Mr. James H. Kev. J. W. Hagin, of Covington, each county. Lex- Stephens, formerly of this county, died 4GI Rose street, spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. dress G. W. U., ington, Ky. of paralysis there last week, aged H. C. Uaughman. . Miss Kit Huffman spent several I.0ST, between the depot and Cicero about 55. He is survived by his wife days with htr sister, Mrs. Jamie Carf Reynolds', a blue enameled pin bearing and one daughter, Mrs. W. A. Mr. Stephens was a devout penter, at Crab Orchard tho inscription, "Panama." Reward. member of the Christian church and Mr. Eril MURl'HT..who has been vis- Miss Mary Bruce. PRESENTS, a splendid man. iting his parents hero, left Friday for Salesmen Wanted to look after our New Mexico, his adopted home. PEARL, EVANS LEWIS nnd Ah All things como to him who wnits. of the Shat- interests in Lincoln and adjacent coun Judge M. C. Suuflev, who was turned Mrs. Jennie Cami-uelsoeinted Players in Repertoire. Address Wayne county, is with ties. Salary or commission. ter section of down for a renomination for circuit . The Harvey Oil Co,. Cleveland, O. OPENING HILL her brother, Squire James McKechnk-judge by a convention at Danvillu six Mips Ila I'lttus, who is teaching at New Store for C. O. Henry D. years ago, had the satisfaction last Monticello, was visiting her father, Mr. Campbell and W. C. Pettus, whp sold Monday of opening conrt In the same J. S. I'ettus, in the Preathersville sec- their drug store at Wilmorc, will open city, after being elected by the largest tion. in a few days in the Uuchonan store- majority over given in that district, Misses Uessie Hill and Florence room at Crab Orchard an up to date Lexington Gazetto. f " Carter, of Stanford, have Lrii guests stock of drugs. Their many friends Sunday, Jan ICtii. is Lincoln counof Mies Lucile Walton. Richmond Cli- are glad to havo Messrs. Campbell and Story Of Old Kentucky In max. Pettus and their excellent families in ty field day in tho temperance cause. Speakers sent by theexecutive commit-te- o T. D. Hanky is now traveling tho East End again. Mr. Ky. Four Acts. n League will of tho for the grocery firm of Wolfolk, Gul-le- y At a meeting of the Crab Orchard peak at Stanford, Crab Orchard, Hus & Co,. Lexington, and is making Ranking Co. stockholders held Monday, tonvillu and McKlnney. It is hoped good. Hon. W. H. Shanks, Lincoln coun Capt. J. U. Willis was elected director that largo audiences will greet these ty's distinguished Representative In the in the placo of Dr. M. M Phillips, who speakers at each placo. Names and House, was hero from Frankfort Sat- moved to this place. Thero was no oth hours of speaking will bo given in our er change in the directory. The direc- Friday's issue. urday and Sunday. . D. II. Tudor aixl family have tors then held a meeting and elected Mr. Owing to the death of Chief Clerk Advance Sale Opens Thurs the old officers J. II Collier, presi 111 , much to the remoed to;Faette, William Cromwell, the duty of calling gret of their many friends made during dent; W. E. Perkins, vico president, tho State Senate to order devolved on day Morning. and J. C. Ualley, cashier. ' Don't let ccunty. their sojourn in this 1010 pate without having hot aud cold water through your Clerk Jesse M. Alverson, of Assistant Mies Lucii.e Jamm Crow, after FINANCIAL house with a beautiful white At tho meeting of tho city council Lincoln countyThe riso of this young spending tho holidays with her parents, Thursday night, Mr. J. R. Powell was man In the jwlitical world has been Condition of City of Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Crow, has returned elected councilman to take tho place of phenonenal. A few years ago ho be to Caldwell College, Danville. Mr. Cicero Reynolds, who was elected gan netting typo in tho Interior Jour Mr. D. N. Williams continues a but declined to qualify. Mr. Joseph U. To The City Ooitnoll of Htanford, Ky. nal office with which paper ho is still Stewart, of Pax ton was very sick man. A. W. city attorney, U. connected. He had political ambitions I, I ILltUKhrs, would subnilttlipfollolnK Have W. K. WAJLNER to install your eountry water woilm with .. Madison, who has been very low with- D. Carter was again elected chief of and was soon elected to the Legisla ns my report for the your ending liecembcr Slst 1W, Wi: VernonSigpneumonia, Is betttr.-- Mt. police and Mr. L. R. Hughes was for ture. Since then ho has held office con11KOKI1TH. reasonable prices and guarantee. nal. l,0fo St the 'stcenth time chosen city clerk. tinually until now a groat honor is his. Oath on linnd Jftii lit l 101 UJ Ones We also carry iu stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMF8; Roofing and Mn. James H. Uaughman and wifo Messrs. John J. MeRobcrts and Welch Ho could have been elected chief clerk Itecelved fromLicense I 4l 75 7,011 ON days (since for Atlanta, Rocheator were nominated for treasur' Taxes left n few Roofing Pniute, of the Senate, but preferred his former Total receipts where they will spend a few days, after er and each got three votes, but Mayor position of assistant. W. P. Walton in Jt',844 It Call nnd see us. KXPKNDITUIIKH. which they will visit the various cities Florence, who had the deciding vote, Lexington Gazette. l lta M Paid for Kalnrlts . " of Florid. Lights refused to break the tie and no treas" Wuter nnd 61 tu super cent, of fines Mr. Roocob MURI'HY has resigned urer was elected. The per cent, for Everything 'Ma'8NewHU8uand." u I.7.VS street work position with the People. Dank at collecting city taxes was raised to 10c points to a gay and merry time at "' 7(IO his " Interest woo super Wlnit ' accepted the posl-tlo- n on each $100, which makes the chief of Walton's Opera House Hustonvilleind has Tues ruuo " extra police auo of deputy sheriff under kU brother, police's office about the best thing in day, when "Ma's New Husband" will " " surveying pump ., reixilrlUK it to T, F. Murphy. Mrs. Kate Myers and town. be given its only performance. Uefore " oiu wattlnu on lK)llf oourl L. R. HUGIIE8.8. AT E. 0. WALTON, soon W. L. M'CARTYsFm. Insurance sons, Carlisle and Bowman, of Huston-vlllbooking this attraction the manage" pauper uld " "Ma's New Husdand." There (s ment had numerous proofs of its popxlftM spent some time with relatives collectlUK taxes " curu of prisoners Mill not a moment during the performance ularity as a big here. Liberty News. It is a llJU ' lumber 14 10 printing Ashby McKeb Warren, son of of "Ma's New Husband" when tho au- three act musical farce with most " " cure of liose Mr. 00 "" 16 10 election booklet. placo, ditor is obliged to grope for the thread amusing characters and an original sto Mrs. Charlotte Warren, of this 1U3KI " liiNcolloiieouK m.onU of tho story. The characters are well ry, it is tnorougniy in tno lutance In Tri usury LsHM has beenhonored with the position of iVjl't Is assistant law agent of the Louisville & introduced before the end of the first tona of its comedy and its bright musis cleverly sustain- ic and popular song hits. Tho latter AHHKTH. Nashville railroad with headquarters at act, and tho interest I,S Stanford. KentucKy. throughout. Few, if any musical are spoken of ai being the best heard Klre department Louisville. Six years ego Mr. Warren ed llulldliigl s'AOu Ultyllall typo can claim as farces up tho practice of just as of this them can keep an much, this season. Those which are credited Cash ou bandA N. It. II. Co. IXS M temrxjrarilylgavo lp so few of Duo from L. in tho land of laughter for so long with tho greatest number of encores law andlwent to Mobile, Ala , to accept H.C71 7s Total in. its a clerical position in tho L. &N. freight a time. The book, the music and the are: "A Quiet Little Game," "Would numbers give the clever come- You Kis MeT" "Got Your Tip From LIA1IILITIKH. Stock ami liomk office, but at tho death of his futher he musical Forme and Town Property Handled ou Coininisciuii. dians and comediennes in Harry Scott's H. W. L. A Ico Co.X y"r rent 11,0.17 Ml succeeded In belngtransfeircd to tho company splendid opportunity fora dm- - Me," "Jokes," "A Kiss," and "I Love Duo for outstanding wutrunl, " ftol Sold. If you Have Property to Sell or Rent Notify Uu. yuui juiierformv Louisville olfica in order to bo near his Hay oi ineir laienia, anu muv certain-- y No One Uut ou." Tho Harry Scott MJ75 ' rock Write for Circular to I acquit themselves well, judging'.from Co. has an excellent company of farc- Net mother and sisters. In the meantime l.ltl 65 the praise given them in other cities. eurs who never fail to keep the audihe pursuedlhis study )! of law and his The piece is duo at Walton's Opera H.ell 74 .promotionllast week is thcmcritcd re- - Houso this, Tuesday evening. Tickets ence in good. humor throughout the en llsiptstlally submtted, ward of a young man whose steady rise are on salo at Shugara & Tanner's drug tire performance. Seats on sale at Ull. HDdllMH.OIerk. Shugars & Tanner's Drug Store. tore. shows what is in blm. $30.-000. Mils. Judith Higgins. of Somerset, visited relatives in the East End. Mr. Wm. Lay and daughter, Miss Lillian, were callers at this office. The aged Mr. Kobin Itigney is very ill at his home at Kings Mountain. Mr. John II. Nevius, wifo and baby are at home. The baby has been quite sick. " Hon. Harvey Helm returned to his post of duty in Washington City last week. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. LeComite, of Frankfort, arc with Mr. Cicero Key .4 nolds. Mr. A. H. DlLUON and wife, of Crab Orchard, are visiting her parents at Ico Perry is quite sick. If you would laugh nnd grow fat, sec If you can't collect your accounts, Dr. W. N. Ciiaio 1ms been quite "Mn'a Now Husband" at Walton's Op- get tho May Collecting Agency of Somsick. Tuesday. era House, erset to do It for you. See "ad." Mn R. C. Knri.eman, Sr., continues Uutt.-Lit- tle hypnotist, will very ill. Laura Eatella Uutt, Galvani. tho grt-s- t Du. I). E Proctor was nt llrod-hea- d hold tint hoard nt Mnccahco Hull, at tho daughter of Mr. and Snturdny. Mrs. T. N. Uutt, died at her homo nt McKlnney, Tuesday. WinMil W K. SilUCMita was nt Highland of peritonitis and was buried The mercury registered zero yester- In tho graveyard of tho Methodist chester yesterday. Mr C T. IIoiion was up from day morning, but warmer weather is church thin Sunday, after fnneral ser Lobnnon yesterday. promised. Snow still covers the earth vices by Rev. Haggard. Sho was a Mn' W. S. Fish spent Sunday with his family at Paint Lick. Lost Grip between MorcJand and sweet, pretty child Bnd her pnrents ore I) II. Skinner, of Stonegn, attend Kidd's Storu containing two blankets almost crushed over the loss of her. Deceased was a sister of Miss Annlo ed tho burial of Mrs. Mary Dodd, nt nnd other articles. G. IJ. Prultt, Hustonvillu. Uutt. who attends school here. Mr and Mrs. M. A. Piielps, of Madison, am guests of their daughter, The city council of Liberty has put a Itoportof th Condition of tho Mrs. It C Hocker. tax of $1,000 on soft drinks. This was P. Gay. of Win Messrs. Nelson BANK OF MORELAND chester, and Thomas Chenault, of Rich done to atop the sale of tho several do Doing Ilutlnt-ssn- t mond, wcru hero yesterday with Mr. b. soctions of beer. Morrlnnd, Lincoln County. Ky.. T. Harris. of business, Itrr. , lio.i. At tnti Four saloons have opened in SomerMr W. T. Tucker has moved to the Judgo James P. Ualley place. Our peo set and nlno mora havo license to do so. ple aro glad to have him and his excel- We hear that Mr E O Gooch, of Ionns and discounts lth one or lent family in their midst. nt HUM W was granted saloon license lU'nl tnorv .Mortftnpps surf ty Kstnte J0 75 3,720 I") Time loans on colluirnil there. eight-year-ol- d ! y, L. R. Hughes T. W. Ilumblo W. O. Martin Begin The Year 1910 With Tho resolution to wear clothes that nre Good clothes are n great factor in business nnd social progrei4 and every man owes it ns a duty to himself to present n )ilen-in- g anil stylish front. clothes have a richness which no others possess and for this reason alone every mnn should adopt them. Start tho year right. Save money on your dress and dress better. Make up your mind to wear International clothes from now onward and to stimulate your gool resolve. Come in now ami sec beautiful all wool fabrics and stylo models. Mnde-to-mcnsu- begins a three IJ. and Nntloiml lUink Notes The Wanted To Rent. A houso of six nights' engagement Co. at Walton's Opera Oht'cks nnd other cmh Items Orerilritfta, uriM'cuml or seven rooms. W. W. White. House Thursday night, next, 13th. The Ourrenl expenses piild Mrs. R. L. Hekky, of the West opening bill will be "My Dixie Girl," n Itnnlclnit und Futures End, sold last year $215 worth of eggs. charming Southern play. Prices 1I:, Kerr-Edwar- LOCALS. Due fruiu National H. bnis 1MM70 Hih-cI- 7.i't ipn it IX 01 10 2.UI1 4 1.371 7S 110,407 67 im in HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., If you are looking for fresh oysters and celery go to J. 0. Horton'a restau- 25c and 35c. Liabilities: Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Our Store Will Be Closed ii m m January, 11 and 12, Thursday, Jan. 13th Co., s. The Kern Edwards l, "My Mr During Which time We Will Take an Inven tory of our Stock. W. T. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Anti-Saloo- Polite Vaudeville. Prices: 25 and 35c, Children, 15c Tinqing, Plumbing, Heatiqg. j Porcelain Bath Outfit. W. K. WARNER, Stanford, Hy e, a laugh-make- r. Stanford Real Estate Co,, audi-unc- o L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky. .. tttiir - r H The Interior Journal. mwnd-fJa- Jtrarredtnthr matin. ii Toii-Offi- L.&N. TIMETABLE No.ll,Honth,lllMr.. A M. No.,Nouth,IO:l No.H.Jilor, No. t. North, 4:W A. M. ,) m FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. Eubankt is to huve another flouring m II and elevator. ' at Stanford at Hosts went to $9.20 at rittsburjr Friday, the hljrhest price 1882. Fort Sale. 300 bales of extra Rood Mrs. F. D. Barnette, clover hay. r. No., No.7,10iIA North, ft. . M. JOS. S. RICE, Agont. A. S. PRICE, Surgoon Dontlst, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Office over McRobcrta' Drug Store the Owsley Buildinp. Sri MASON'S MEET. -- UfMKiln Imlftt No. ftl K.A A.M. will inwt on each llrst anil In llatnl third MaiHlnr nUlils ofnr-l- tnontli, nt o'clock In their hull on main stweft, Ky. Memliorsof sister lodges are frn- If rnnll) Invltnl to le nreMMit. T. w . i Utah-forr- ") l, h-- c. t Falljand Winter Stock. nrlce liuilnwi ault or tlio Iliif t evening clothes, lllline thnt liullrliluntlty nml tit irnlcu plainly tndlrnte they were made to joor meanure. I will nlso take your measure lor etrn trousers, fimc) tests, top hare your measure taken liy a tnllorof Then ourclothe, wln'tliern low osts and overcoats Fall and Winter samples on hand ready for your Inspection. H.O. HUri.KY.The Tailor. Hlnnford.Ky. CUT FLOWERS ,'FOB SALE! 1 ? can furnish the public ai well as the freshest of cut (loners, plants n( all kinds. IiuIIm, potted (loners, on short lollce. Also make h specialty of wren tin Jor lor fanernl purpose. n connection with the nhove, I linp all klads ot vegetables on hand nt reasonable jwlcei. CHRISTMAS' OUKKNlIOrrtKS. Kn HtriiliAiiD, 1'HOII. Htauford.Ky. Itli th. Ik it. trnelers n specialty. Hpeclal nrates by week Insures 'Jobacco and Tobacco or month. The proprietor is lormer i.in' should bug destroyed the hardware store of coin county mnu nnd his friendshis town. re Barns. member him when stopping In In advance. Poland China boar shoats, will weigh from 85 to 100 pound), for sale. M. S. Dauchmnn, Stanford. V. It. Hurtnn shipped two loads of mules, nvernplntr 1100, to Atlanta, and a load to Wilson, N C , that cost $108, Lancaster Record. There left my placo between Dec. 15 nnd 20 n black sow with white spots. Reward Will weigh about 123 pounds. K. C. Hocker, Stanford, It F. D No 2. Fon Sale 20 extra nice yearling cattle, n pair of 1CJ hand mnro mules, three and four years old, and a pair of John G. horse mules, fat. Lynn, Huitonvllle. W. P. Klncnld bought of V. J. of Danville, his crop of tobacco lGe. He also bought 1,800 pounds--a- t of W. II Hunt, of tho samo place, his crop of 25.C00 pound at HJe, Mr. I!. II. Crow, of the Shelby City section, has bought a number of highly-breDuroc sows nnd will raise that breolof hogs extensively. They arc its pretty a lot us mortal eyes ever rested upon. 1 HAVE an wagon team for sate. 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. 13. D. Carter. Fire of unknown origin completely destroyed tho large warehouse of the American Tobacco Co at Eminence, causing a loss of $20,000. More than 60,000 pounds of tobacco were destroy cd. Fire of unknown origin nt Millers- Wil-liitd eight-year-ol- d d President Flnley, of the Southern railway, has returned from a tour of the South and reported unusual prosperity all along the line. He said tho phenomlnal prosperity of tho Southern States Is not confined to tho cotton planter, but tho corn and food-stugrower and manufacturer shares it as Hmtonvillo. well. Ho reported 266 bushols of corn D. U. FoX, Srt., will stand a Jersey gathered from one acre of ground in sea-so- n bull near Howon Station at $1 tho Wake county, South Carolina. n rEl iWrtintt lh hbh Rmum and tninrUnt fiwrtH. ft rtfTrr rua to Rtor Qrj o Jt mrp tt! ivninnii vo'e bt(f riltPj Curi nrni f liv Sf iinigiwi HAIR Atft'A BALSAM NOTICE! stock Ills rnrefullr sleiisi ii,an. ihririv nnd well grown, 1'rlcrs nr reasonable. Ad- uress J.A. MrKKR. Kings Mountain, Lincoln Co., Ky. We nsk the nntronnirn tif mip frlitml. nn.1 neighbors for our home.grown nursery RUBBERS. We have a complete stock of the . Isaac W. McLean, a merchant of Chattanooga, Term., shot nnd killed Robert Kitchen, 18 years old, in East McLean had ordered Chattanooga. somo small boys away from the front of his store and when Kitchen interfcrrcd in behalf of the children ho was shot. HOME FORSALE1 . .11 lilts afii nnflana- tit aII.I u..sa ....t Ills "tl,i iriinsv- iss necesnry j oiitliulldlnsi lain I tril ill II sill one Iit eoutnliis iiere.dUldtM tntomw lutonwhlch . liroomv ... ....... ... .. . lU.B. iiiikkj .s.iti, I.. inruM'. euro iii, eie. ioihi garden sMt. This Is n desirable place, loe.it- edoneornerof Whitley ami Sillier streets. A. II HO! T.dL W. Hlauf.rnl, Ky. She How about that Christmas pres you were going to ent of a sunburst SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGIgivo me 7 NEERING. He How can I give you n sunburst when the bank's burst 1 I am prepared todonll kinds of siirejln a nndolrllengliiterlnc promptly. My work Rev W. M. Stucky, fnrmorly will l guaranteed nnd my prfees are reaclergyman nt Williamsburg, Kansas, sonable. t rile me at MaKlnner or call nm ov- -r the telephone ttiruugli the Illinium llle who had been on trial charged with ab Kxehnnge. ducting Lorona Sutherland, his WAI rKRMcKINNRY. old parishioner, was fonnd guilty. Tho roads nre bo bid In Graves cotin 1 conld not tv that two cnnstahles-clec- t got to Maylleld to qualify and they will You nre hereby notified that Tom Harris. lose out. J who Is now confined In the Male penltmitl- Fifteen persons wre hurt In coasting nrj iur mmming iiiw l iflWHS ureer. will Such as the "Ladies1 Storm Rubber.1' :ball band. In yt Arctics. Men's and Boys' Felts. Arctic Rubber Boots and Overshoes. Prices from 50c to $4. NOTICE Come And S$c Our Large Line. Quality-'T- he Tt- accidents at Alton, 111., Sunday. Stockholders' Meeting directors or tue ensuing year Jons' J. Mi'ItinrHT,"C'nshler, A mretlnir of the stockholders of the First National llunknf rUnnlord Kill Imj held nt their limiting house tho second Tuesdii) In Jnnunry, 1910. for the purpose of electing make nppllrnllon to tke plate Hoard of Triton t'ommlsslnueni nt Frankfort, Ky., on Tuesday, the 7th day of lMeeinber, IWs, for n Parole from aald Penitentiary, Witness ni hand this Nolwintwr M, lia.i. TOM llAUltlH. Best Ball Band." - Fruit And Ornamental Treos K,erthlng dialogue on Application. forOrchunl, ! t ff Ijisn nnlCdnr-den- . CLEMENS HOTEL J. L. No Agents. Klkis, Pror., It F. HILLENMEYER & SONS, SAM ROBINSON, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Large, airy outside rooms. Commercial Loxinifton, Ky. FARM FOR SALE OR RENT. Contains IU acres, l tobacco laud 111 the county, 1!. miles from McKlnuey. Will sell or runt. Has two dwellings, one of fou. rooms nnd the other of two rooms. Two orchards of nearly fn trees. Tobacco barn thnt will hold 10 acres of tobacco cheapest farm In Kentucky nt price. McKlnuey, Ky, C.XIIRAWNKIt, Nothing But Insurance?. Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, STANFORD, KY. Residence Phone 84: Offlce, 16. Insure with mo and he fully protected. CONCRETING Hrst-cln- Stock, Health and Accident, Plate Glass, Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without count. Property, Everything, Everywhere. ning, Fire, Tornado, J,L.Beazley&Co, JMSBflGsL&MpilHAlHEKK w "We are In position to do all kinds of con Stanford Court. There were 600 creting, such as ISIock Work, Pavements and. In fact, we can make nnr tliliiK from r cattle on the market here yesterday post. We ioase down ton fence,guarantee can serve and the demand was good. Prices rang ysw promptly and work nnd material. Cull and get our prices ea irom 3c to uje. rue latter price Sefore you buy your material nt least. was for a choice bunch of steers. The horse market was quiet but there was a big demand for mules and good ones brought $175 to $225. Stanford, Ky. The crowd was good, considering the weather. The Lawrenceburg News says that T. J. Neal, of that county, paid $1 for a pig on July 24, and carried it home In R. B. WAHOIMY his pocket. On the 9th day of DecemTo- ber it was slaughtered and there was rendered from it three gallons of lard The pig weighed on the day it was killof ed 181 pounds and was at the time 158 All days old, representing a growth of 1.16 Light- pounds per day. acres of good land, of Bargain. 3S1 which 100 acres is bottom land, eight-roodwelling, two good stock barns. Life, Live 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. Wil) sell as a whole or cut 200 acres with improvements, to suit purchaser, which includes 100 acres as fine dis- bottom land as there is in the county. This is a bargain. See L. It. Hughes, Stanford, Ky. 1,100-pound Millar & Best. The loss totals $5,000 with $2,500 insurance. Tho East' Ten nessee Telephone Co.'s exchange and the Odd Fellows' building adjoining were badly damaged by fire and water. United States secret service men, who have been investigating the Bur- An all 'Hound Blacksmith. Steady ley Tobacco Society, asserted at Cincinnati that suit for dissolution of the so- Employment ami Good Wages. ciety on the ground that it operates in violation of the Sherman law will be begun in the United States District Lancaster, Ky. Ciurt there in a few days. WANTED! W. J. ROMANS; Report of the Condition of The r STANFORD. KY. We Have Received A Carload of Buggies direct From the Factory. TRIBBLE & PENCE, Furniture and Undertaking. Day Phone '28. Night Phono 133. Clean and frost, all HU0 rlylur. Wo will rojire-eofour fiictnric, and kindly nka a rharu of your nntrouage. Como in nnd look nt our flock nnd make Folcctious I will havo tlioni finished noco riling to p)eciflcations, m our limited will not allow n larger Mock, come early. nt .Stanford, HontucKy. ' REWARD. Hnlng suffered considerable annoyance PHILLIPS BROS., INSURANCE. County, Ky., At tho close of business Dec 2, Hull. Resources: I,ounsand Discounts with one or J."t,017 more endorsers ns suret I11.1U1 Other Mtocks, Hands Ktc. Hpecie Doing business nt Orali Orchard. Lincoln nnd damage from outlaws. Iu breaking gate uesiroying laicues aim lenring uown Crab Orchard Banking Co. bacco Barns,! Hemp, Kinds Farm Insures Tobacco, Chicks nnd other cash items Overdrufts.unsecured Taxes Current expenses paid Renlestate banking house Furniture nnd fixtures Liabilities: Cnpttnl stock paid In, In cash Hurplus Funds Undivided profits Deposits subject to check (on which Interest Is not paid Demand certltlcntes of deposits (on which Interest Is paid) Due National Hank Votes und bills redlscounted anil my gates, on the county road that mm through my farm, I hao concluded to oner a reward jor iniormation leading to the rsons. I conviction of such erson or will therefore glvethesum of p) fur InforIS mation leading to tbe arrest nnd conviction of any party or parties, W the latches on any or my that have broken gntcs.or that hae .rra oo sawed down or torn down any of my gates Ul on tho county road which runs from the 1, Hustonvlllo turnpike to tbe Mllledgevllle l,ls M turnpike, through my farmland I will glte HI SS thesaino nmount for Information leading 1,7 is 10 to the arrest and conviction of any party or parlies who In the future commit any of the 1,600 u) above offenses. Witness my hand this 10th day of Aurust, lkO 00 l!W. t)U W. H. H ICG INS, Stanford, Kentucky. i 174,519 T.J.1IILL,HR. JI3,lW 00 lAViOO K.KIl 87 NOTICE! Cbe Ciiico.ii mm national Bank ,l,ttiU8i 101 m SO tymooo I7I.HU Htutuof Kentucky,('ountyof Lincoln, Hot 1, J.O. Ilalley, cashier of the uhoe named Rank, do solemnly swear tbnt'the alure statement Is true to the best of my knowledge nud belief. J.O. HailkY, Cashier. Hubscrlbsd and sworn to before me Ibis 7 1VI0. My commission day of Jan, expires March, 1UI0. J.T.Uhaiiwick, N. 1'. W. K. IVrklns. J. II. Collier. Curtis Cover , Directors. Insure your TobacOf Stanford, Kentucky. co and Tobacco Barns in the West End In- Capital, $50,000.00 43,000.00 surance Agency. Get Surplus, your policies written Resources, 340,000.00 right in a good com- S: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT W.IM. BRIGHT, CASHIER, pany by ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH J. B. PAXTON, J- W- - I vmBgsmmkm&iv '&RLtiiLQia!&Xl UndeitiKera and Embalm-on- . Alo Dealera iu Furniture,! VlatlingB.Rugr. Tbey will eiciange Fiirnituro for til Kin la of Stock. Give Them a Call. 'Priced Righf. Iteiortof the Condition of The Senator R. L. Hubble was in LexingPEOPLES BANK ton last night and in speaking of the newspaper muddle of the Legislature, Doing business nt llustonvllle, Lincoln County, Ky ho said that each member should order At the close of business, Dec. 2S, RuD. m the paper he wanted and pay for it Resources: himself, and not be forced to take the loans nnd discounts with one or I one that the other members vote on more endorser! as 11,111 71 surety him. This is tho correct prinoiple 0,164 Cd Rent Kstate Mortgages The Lexington Gazette. Cull loans on collateral astn 00 loans on collateral Another light between the insurgents Timefrom National bunks 17, if 13 78 Due and the organization in the House has U.H.uiidNnt. bank notes t,M5 W been precipitated by the action of the Hpecie 1,!H7 It W7 ho Senate Committee on Public Lands in Checksnndothorcaslilteiiis :i,CI Ti reporting a resolution authorizing the O.erUrults, unsecured 3 S3 Ol Tuxes appointment by tho vice president and Current expenses paid l,s43 speaker of a joint cimmltteo to investi- Real estate Winking house t.wi Vd j,jriu tn gate the Ballinger-Pinchcontroversy. Furniture and llxtures ot W.J. CAMPBELL, HENRY H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER . HVYS FOSTER. CLERK. Ilustonvillc, Ky. DIREOTORSi J. H. On-slo- John Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Qeo. W. Carter, SUnforl Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Rankin, LnncAhter; J. II, I'axton, Stanford; Y. II. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; It L. Ilublilo, Lancaxter; W. II. Cuiiimius, I'rcachoravillc; Lilbum Qooch, GilherU Creek. U. WATTERSON'S PAPER Weekly Courier -- Journal AND The Wintry Blasts May Come, And tho Rain nnd Kmiw Fall, hut your fctock will keep warm iu STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J:C. McClary, l I j - Liabilities: t Frescatl, of the I.atnran Cupltul stock juild 111, III cash Hurplus funds and Prefect of tho Con- Undivided profits gregation of Studies, is dead. Death Deposits subject to check (on which Interest Is not paldi followed an illness that began last June Time Certificates of Deposits with an attack of nephritis and as tro(on which Interest Is paid.) Due Htate banks und bankers phy of the right lung and was compliNotes and bills rediscounts! cated recently by blood poisoning. arch-priesArch-Bassilic- a, Francesco dl Paole Satolli, Bishop of Vfi.MO M HO t2fi.UO l,'i ,17 iu tin ttlfltl fl.Ooo :i,lfyy Nunnelley's New Stock Yards Plenty ol Covered Pens nnd Feed and Water. Debt market in the Second Monday, 00 W t.750 00 W The Interior Journal DOTH ONE YEAR FOR State. Do you want to rid yourself forever of vile catarrh, with its humiliating symptoms, such as hawking, spitting, blowing and bid breath? Breathe Penny guarantees it Complete outfit, including inhaler, $1; extra bottles, 50 cts. Hy-om- tui.WVI So bring them on. I. M. ISkiti:, Annuitant. Court Day. Htate of Kentucky, County nf Lincoln, Set I, J. W. Ilosklns. Cashier of the above nauieU Runs, do solemnly swear that thu obove statement Is true to thu best of luy ftiius nugv mm vvnvj J. V. IIosKtNti, Cashier. Mubaorlbed nnd sworn to before m this day of Deo. luou My commission expires Juu.ll, lWv. J.H.HocKKU.N.r. ONLY $I.50s Courier-JournaOOUUIBB-OOUNA- tar.idortakou ;Embalmor ard aler InlHarnoss, Saddlor) STANFORD, ;Phone.;i. KYHome l'tior;iV. Frank Klmblcr, of near Winters, Disposed of us follows I Tex., killed his wife and two children, 1'uld expenses and Tuxes I5.7P9 So " Dividend 3 per cent 7W On two and eight years old, and seriously ttuo tt) Injured his niece with a hatchet, and Curried to surplus fund IT 03 Undivided fronts then took his own life with a razor. rvww J, W, IfosKins, Cashier. The cause is believed to have been due Kramst McUormuck. W. M. u,.ri nnH i to ill health. P. Uirker, Directors. Gross earnings for year ending Duo. si U, 1'osr people In tba United States taste not Discount, Interest und Exchange. WfM a beard of tba l. IDemocratlc la all thliji, fair la all things, cleaa la all things, It Is essentially a family paper, Uy a special arrangement we are enabled to of L fer the WEEKLY one year and tbl paper (or the price named above. Bend your subscription for the com. blnttloa to us not tc tbe Oourler-Jour MR. 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