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The Stanford interior journal: January 10, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911011001_sn85052022 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Stanford interior journal: January 10, 1911 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. mJV & k iiVSSP&Wf" ''fr-vP-i'- -r ' mm B) W ' "F VOLUME XXXVIII. The Stanford Interior Journal. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JANUARY 10th, 1011 V, CUT OUT TOBACCO CROP THIS YEAR i Hastoiville. DAUGHTER KILLS MOTHER IN CASEY Troible in Bunches TWO YOUNG 6WAIN3 PKEACHERSVILLE. OF Lancaster Moreland. BUSINESS MEN ORDER PHONES TAKEN IF COMPANY WILL NOT STICK OLD RATES AND GIVE FREE COUNTY SERVICE FOR air. natnan c. hicks aim miuiiy " " moved Haturdny from tlio Cloyd farm TERRIDLE AFFAIR BETWEEN TWO NEW POOLERS PERFECT STRONG t0 1C ..NalU,r farm tlmt ho bought WOMEN SATURDAY NEAR place. UNION MEETING TO BE near the Jno, t). Carpenter I Sv iHE' J .. maro kilted by n train on Southern Cut out the crop of 1911 and pep Inst week .li-n. Carnentcr have lust moved feet a strong loil for next year, In n(() thor I)rpy now collRO home tlio plan of tiiO Hurley Tobacco Union on Main street. Mr. T. K. Ilohon one of our hint which wns organized nt Lexington ,,n onc to Howling (Irecn lAft week. Clircnco K. Tnto was Dp- - ounB ",en to complete Ills ability for alt the joliiM an Kxecutlvc Co.nmlllectna.i Bffar. neccHgary tD ,I1BCIW tiy June W. Gayle. or Owen, who was( Mrs. Win. Dunn and daughter Mm. leuted president, a lilfih honor. Tlio Carrie Truylor left last week for Louis an with l. Lincoln debates returned from the JvUle to sinmd ten mother there .Mrs. Dr. llunn on sixth lituetlUR enthusiastic over the mmattcr nud saUfied that the cutting out of( Mr,'n, y. K0yd of Casey rnunt)'. of J. J, tbo crop this year Is the best for ail who Is n brother-in-lajell bought a nice little Inrm near J,,mbo ,asl wcuk "ni1 wl" ,nk "0S' The executive commltto Issued the session at once, following proclamation to the grow-- . Mr, JujK(, WIi MycM RUe ,, I of the llurely belt. Sunday school claBs an elegant sup- To the Tobarco drawers of the per on the 2Sth. The unanimous thal oach m",b 1 view of the do- - lllct of thc c""", Dislrlcf plorabl,, state of the burley tobacco loves ineir icacucr oesi. W are Indebted to Miss Margery market and tlio ruinous prices now) McCorinuck for a most delightful und treat that could not j!nc offeied to tho farmers by the luxurious cream properly appreciated bo excelled or I Miss Stella Sluder n mint estimable lady of Mt. Olive died of up-- , tion or tobacco growers was neia in pendlcltls on the 27lh December. She Lexington January 1911. and unanls 26 years of agu and Greatly loved mously decided to cut ou the crop .by all who knew her. Horn, to the wife of II. F. Martin for the year mi. ;j(i, n very handsome ten- on TberWore, fts president of the Hur- - pound son named "Carl.' Miss LouelU Dve and sister gave t Tobacco Union, an organliatlon a ,00t eegant social on Friday and established under the In l"t and all were delighted with ber charming hospitality. Ittva r the UU of Kentucky by said Sr c, jj. pioyd for several years In ne mercantile business at convention and In order to carry iKubanks ha bought the stock, build- to effect the decision of said convn- lng tlxturcs and good will of 3. W. He and hU est!-.)! tobacco glow- - Coifman at Oeneva. tlon, a meeting mubl family nae taken possession ers i hereby called to be held at the ,nd wni ncnae th stock and his county seat of all tobacco growing fuospects are flattering for a splendid business, counties In the burley district on Hat-- , x, sane man that has the welfare community urday, January H, 1911. and as presl- - of hi Mute, county, and -nf heart will oppose the good road dent. I urce all tobacco growers to movement- - that Is now being organlz-sttenthese meetings and a cordial " '" every county and community In Kentucky Its advantages are nuinrr. luvitstion Is extended to all poolers ous and fnr rearhlni; It Increases In l"" population. Prthnnce the values of aid Independents lo partlcpat ......., .. ...uu..-r- . .I..1II IHIIU") t these sign tnc lands, schools, live stock, facilities ne oi u.e inrmer. oac morn pledge ond aid us In this great con- your temper .horsp flesh, vehicle-anJUNK W, (5AYI.K. te.it. So don't tall to orgnnlio n "good President 'nwd" club In every rouimiiulty Tho cotumltlee appointed by 1'resl- Wheat In this community Is certain.. was com- Iv looking sick alter the recent linn' dent (Jaj le to draft .Ireexe with any protection, posed of James K, Mlddleton, of Sbel big bargain In a A remakkabje by rount) ; A. W. Mamllton, of Mont- - be.intihil home and about 200 teresnew nnd substnntll lmi'i bind nlth In the fertile (Jieou fiver KO!nor county, and A, (5. Turnlphoed pnviuent Close lo schools, ,,,. .. A. In....,- A. ...... 11.1.. t... f....... nP 11IIU' ... .UMU- UIUIIIJ, ., ' I, "" "I run v nun iii t iiiii-.. i initiiicliurcn,n,l r.nd i i pleUgn adopted follows: 'must be seen to be appreciated for It . .. . Is like finding money to bu It nt.the County Ky., Wo Kiianintee this or wo will . price pay the expense of lour trip to see . ,I W. 15. Co MI any tobacco It W) ,mxp Williams & (um Hiistonvlllo kRI .hi mil in gro a, $3i (or n T nrr(l and , by tenant, agent, nor per- - acre with fair Improvement hvoiw1I) I'eMiitlfnlly located lull any lteeo to be gron on an 200 acre farm with 7 A gl)1,iml(I Und. whlWi I own or contiol during loom dwelling. 2 tenant houses, flno .largo barn nnd flno river bottom land . tlm jour 1M1. i,,,at prir,.(i from r. to C bushel of "This m.riineut shall not be bind corn to shok this year mice $r.,O0O Come nnd let us lmw you like they In? tiulesh n the Judgment or the exe-- ,,0 ,r jnSg0l,r. & Co . r. Williams mtlve bouiils of tioth the Hurley To- - IlnMonvllle. Two of our prominent young beaux bneco Union and the Hurley Tobac- - H,t. roinK lo forsnk tbc "bachelor's oo Soolcty a sufficient per cent, Is I'""" In the near futur0 for life with Kit'iN Willi; pledged to Insure a successful cut Miss Icey Klnyil entertained a num ber of her special friends on Saturday jt In ollicl.illy declcarrd by the exe- evening with a charming B(.clal partv, cutive boards of both the Tobacco Mr. Hammonds left Inst wteU for Cuion and tho Hurley Tobacco Society the minny south She will spend one month nt Tampa Fla. belnio the l.'.lli day otKebiunry, 1DU. The countv road down Sim's branch '''no Lick creek has acres. from p'k.- "I iiKiinllj grow acres been condemned. The road from Ceo " W Kstes bridge to the Jake Walls tSlgned.lbrldee must have metal put on It. So savs the Inspector. Heavy hauling on the pikes now !! mOinieTnie lire maklnr travel ilangi-rnint uifsernhle nnd It should be stopped. HELD SATURDAY. I '"P- - J- - " Yocum bnd n flno MOO ROLLING FORK. In a terrific fight bclwcn 'Mrs. James Allen and her daughter at their home on llolliiig Fork In Casey county Saturday, tho older woman receiv ed such feirfut Injuries that she died Sunday nttcrnoou. Her hip was brok en ns the result of being thrown ugAlnht the stono flrcplaca by the young woman, who thcu attempted lo smother1 her mother with a pillow, son and hut nns prevented by hi other mtn who were attracted to tho scene by tho screams of the mother. The terrible allalr Is said to be the outgrowth of objections which the mother had to attentions which a cerium young man of the neighborhood l.iid been paylug to tho girl. The son however sides with bis sister In the matter, and both say that the elder. woman had been very disagreeable to her lamlly throughout her life. Her busbaud died several years ago. Tho fight between the two women ,,,,, Judge L. L. Walker Is holding cir.Mr. Charles Wllholte nnd mlde, cuit court In DanvlUo and reports thc nee Mlxs Margaret King, camo back from Owenton last week and are domdocket very large. iciled ft Hon Hen King's. Prcni'liorsvlllc, Jan. 7 11. D. Heindon sold bis rcsldenco on The Bchool play and Woodmen box supper which was nostnoned young gents who went calling Two from ,on Cmlrt t0 Mr Jame8 A- Thursday night, Dec. 23 to Saturday ono night last week, now think the iiignt, tne olst, was well attended and fl'Jo- old proverb "Troubles never come, each cleared $10 after expense singly" mores than correct. They were " " uurton. shipped a car load of paid. This Insures an organ forwcio tho driving In n sleigh to which wag mules to Wilson I.lvo Slock Co., nt kcIiooI und n few more books for the hitched a span of spirited colt., nnd Wilson, N. C. They cost him on the library. A good friend of tho school has donated an organ, and tbo school fVn nr.K'twff nt Ihnli. Ir.lnlv lirr.lfttl Is to have it repaired. Thanks aro 1S3 per "eaU destination, the oun knights tied aVcrac of due tho Woodmen, .Mr. George Prultt Mrs. Fred I'. Frisblo will be the nnd Prof. Harvey Hopkins their tenm to a convenient post and fur valu-nbl- e Thursday afternoon or the assistance. went In. The pleasant hours sped ,,, r y '' J"g ic. even-rente- d ln.'pt d occurred Saturday afternoon as the women were cleaning up the dinner things in the kitchen. It wag a rough nnd tumble affair from the start, but the age of the mother told on her and after a shoit scuffle the daughter slung her with force against Uie cor ner of the stone fireplace. The moth er tell to the floor, when the girl Jump cd on her and seliltig a pillow at tempted to. smother her. The elder woman's screams brought the men Into the room, and she wax rohcued she was so badly hurt that hhe died tbu following day. nnd was burled Monday, mot-tings- , cut-ou- - ,. The girl has not been arrested as far no step have been Somo tak'wn for her appreheuslon. or the neighbors nre Inclined to believe thai liur mlnd'ls unbalanced, but a report from there Mgndav was uv had tin- - effect that phytcIausvvhQ examined her said there was notni,.r, the matter with her. The symr thy of thv community teems to be with tho girl. The alfalr has created qulto a aeuxntiuii In that usually pencetnl ye.t nnd m and Fred Frisbie. Win. Whlttaker nnd Miss Annlo Sutton, Victor Sanders nnd Miss 31arle Sutton were married in th city or Lexington. The brides are s'fsters (.bull.. nnd the daughters of ,Mr. Wpsley Next each belated swain mounts a bleed bareback, but no amount of urg- Sutton or this city. ing, entreaty, kicking und other like Mrs. W A Arnold ha employed A D expedients could Induce the cquines to cross the ley waters. Dismount- Gaucher to run the Lancaster steam ing was next In order aud leaving all laundry. He comes highly recora- behind our friends nnxt tried ihn last resort, that of "coontng across'' on amended Uavlng bad ten years ex narrow, sprlncy and uncertain foot- - perlence. log, and by use of much eflort reach Sunday night began the week of ed the home side of the stream. The long trip oi several nines was Brave- prayej, the bervlces being; at the ly undertaken on toot. Luckily, how- over, n neighbor boy was soon over MethodlBt church and conducted by taken vrho gave them a lift borne. the pastor Kev. Dr. E. II. Pearce. An early morning return trip wan made and their outfit was brought In Services will be alternate at the varibetore daylight. ous churches with the exception ot Dtrrlck Warner lodge No. G61, of Masons at this placej elected oncers Monday and Saturday night. ror lail ua follows: M. F. Lawrence. ' C. T. Senator It. .L Hubble bought four . M., W. C Cummins, S. Lunsford, J. W., W 1L Cummins, mules at Richmond average price JK.U Treusurer, J. S. Pettus. Secretary, T. W. II. Uurton bought 15 at an average V. Shuw, S. D, J. L. Kennedy, J. D., or JUa" nnd 1 horse at ?15.r. Fox and H. U. Cummlns.'Tller. J. P. Ho 1. ml bought two calves ot Hrighi bought 11 mules averaging Ueorgp I'oone for J23. Phil P. Thomp1 son bought sonic, hogs of Sum John-toweight at of about 110 pound n on nil too quickly and how very reluctantly vv as tho farewell goodbye tuueu vvheh our heroes must depart for home. On reaching the sleigh they see the mettlcsomo colts have become restive during tho- - prolonged nosence and by their lldgetlng have wrecked the sleigh, to that Immediate repair t out of tho question. Whnt was to be done? The necessary parley oti such occasion takes tlmo and on looking around, the light In the residence had disappeared. Now to arouse the good I oiks will bo difficult nnd the growl of u bulldog Just turned loose in the yard, seems 'ominous of danger. Keen eyes soon a good vehicle In a carriage bourn near nnd a colt Is soon hitched up und Journey home begun The ley bank or a nearly stream tripped the horse end down ho goes, breaking both I:'mbroldury Club. .'. A. Mlngna the local tobttcco buyer was' called to Augusta, Ky., by the recent death of his sister Mrs. J. Stoutirt Mills. Mr. It. L. Hagan has bought the grocery nnd general sloro or Thomas Hill or McCreary Mr. Hagan recently sold the contents or his store here In town to Mr. Howard. Tho .Mary Walker I'rlce Chapter or the V. D. C. met Monday afternoon a; tlio home of Mesdames Mottle I'. Tbo Uellevlcw High School will open up again Monday. Jan. 9th as a private school, with Prof. K. L. Orubbs as principal and Miss Fannie as assistant. Hookkecplng, Latin, Greek, Algebrn nnd the scien-ce- s vlll b0 taught in addition to tho common school branches. Wo are sorry to lose the nine Grass Special with rapt. II. D. McGraw, Jas. Adklns and Expressmin Stownrt who must move to Danville on account of the stopping of No. 27 at Danville. (Delayed news.) The Christmas tree at the school house was attended by a large crown, inere were a great many cimiuiuK up, uunougn a snow storm was nging and the mumps epidemic scared away most of thoso who would liavo come Rev. Palmcter opened the exercises with prayer and Itev. Ocar Minks closed them with prayer. .Misses Myitlo Hughes and Josephine Compton, recited appropriate pieces for the occasion. Mr Stanley Mills acted Santa Claus and Memm, nitr. Meyers and Prof. Harvey Hopkins as- oisieu oania i;iaus in taking the presents from the tree. Seventy-twpupils received a sack of candy apiece from the tree. Th following. N the Roll of Honor ot the Eellevlew Hugh School for the six months term ending December 23: Grade VIII Micelle Prultt leader 92. Ada D. Prultt 89. Myrtle" Morgan S3, Mary Coldlron 82. Stanley Mllbj 80. Giado VII Den II. Prultt 89. ora Coldlron 86, Margaret Itautt 81, o n. 11 Duvall fell quite a distance la a tobacco barn while handling tobacco. He was badly shaken up and received a sprained ankle. Iking d larso man, it Is surprising that Mr. D. did not receive worse injuries. S. I). Carpenter has niove"d Mr stocK of goods from the Elmore storeroom to the building nearill homo. Mr. Win. Henderson aufl wife , ol community. Paint Lick, were nt Jolin Williams-- . Mr nnd Mrs II. F. Newland. of Co diir ('rock, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Parrlsh W. P. White and McKinney wife will keep house neur Crab Orchard. Mr. and Mrs. Williams family attending a dining givNlf(i Love Is on the sick en I v were and ft!Us Mr. Mr. Pendleton Cox list at Ijineaster Jack Collins ha movMIssoh lienevii and Mary Dee Heel: ed to Tappahnnna, where lmvo returned tiom Somc-rse- t the visited Miss llesslo Clothier. Mis. ot H. C. (imich and two bovs Hooch Somerset visited the Mlt-se- . I7..0 per head. Beautiful Book Free C. ISSUES SOUTHERN VOLUME VISITORS tust week. Q. A. FOR Mis Katherlne Murphy returned to aftqr school at Paris Wednesday s Fperdlng the holldnja with her par-liot- here. A mot benatiiul 1 MUs Itutli Tanner spent last week In Junction City. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Nunnelley ot Winchester nre visiting the former's - MISS LOTTIE CARSON WON FINE DIAMOND IN RAFFLE I Middteburg. .i Tne J S , i young daughter or Mr. und Mrs W 'oings on Christmas day nnd U wns'nt lav Tor marrying cither K,0 A. C.irscu hud a very happy Christ- J. T. Short remnlna qulto 111 at, his mat. Old Santa Claiis was very nice ,,omP nt Ynsemlte and his friends to her. In addition to ninny presents entertain but little hop,, of his her friends, she held the, lucky t g j iT()I1PR wrPg back from which drew Die 1100 diamond rona that ho is well pleased nnd will return to Kentucky in n lew daya to ling which Jim Held raffled ofT ,, h8 nfnf8. We have never ing Christmas week. Her tlc'iet vva ihought Quince would leave Kentucky but dors look now like ho will go. No. i.i nnd eost her father Ul cents. Mime llesslo Lee and Ksther Mur- l!o made her u present of tho tlrket ph of Klngsvlllo were here visiting Mis trlends during the holidays. berore the drawing, little i ullzlng 1iv , )0 ,,01.,o wll() , lwa.,nK nt the handbome ChrlstimiH gift, ho was .lelllco rolurned to her post of dutv Friday after spending the holidays Shim; tier. wltli the homefolk I'rnl und Mrs. A peculiar leaturo of Mib Cuikoirn M. 11. .ludd of Harbourvlllo wore hero uoi.d luck vvns that a duy or two be- - Roveral days of last week with Mrs n- -. ..iir nilliw uu:'" n ... llok ..fc'i,, Ml iuir tl. wifln' wiia linM. Kntlioilno Murpliy ol MeKIn trltttid, .Mln Lyio roopur nut miss I0v n'd her lllt'o mother. John Jr. Curson und Inqulied whut number it visited Mrs. VcD Fugle lust week " " vv.s ho held on the diamond, sujlng Iiml clreutped the nl8ht be , slu. . that coun. loro that tho iiumhM- sb iiiui won ijio ty. About IS ncres of flno tobacc" Since ly old win Hiu ilili;. Innd, nnd II acres of flno bottom diamond. IS IMxlS It would bo a mtglitv, hard Job to cop- - Innd. Good tobacco barn new uiteei to ravo. mis unrii is iifco tliesm twev Aoung In.llfu nun t.r tmlidln-- a arH old. (lood clwneo Tor there Is not uoiethlnK In dreams, ,omeouo to make money, l'rino W.S' .Svii.L .11. HnliRa.jy W. L. ,JlctUrtX., after alt. dur-H.,n- i, I t -I i ""l"r """"' 1 ,,. . .... tllM ' . W.1. I 1 wtrr omca,etj m two wed- - """ , , - i.,,,,,, . - concerning winter re sort In thc south, hotel rates and much other Important information Changes at Mill has Just been issued by the Queen jc pirents here. Crescent Hout and wilt be sent free UNA AND ALLEN TRAYLOR GO Cteo Thomas spent tho bolldavs to prospective tourists. No person TO COUNTRY. with bis parents at I'hll Ky. who expects to spend any time In the The Mnsons save a verv elegant uouiii thlB winter should so without U. S. Traylor and Allen Traylor, hupquet last Tuesda. Some 25 or one of these publications. 'The book who havo been connected with th-- j present. 3U Mnsons is in the nature of a directory or all mill of J. II. Uaugbmun and Compauy S. H. Gooch and family of Somerset the lirportant places In many year's In the capacity of Singleton of fowling und Dr. Lewis the Carolina?, Loulsinna Geor- for Creen spent the holidays with Dr. gia, I'ubii and tli0 Jklbumu Islands, miller und engineer, severed their large establishand Mrs. T. II. SlHglelon bere. with generous Illustrations of 'the connection with IbU holidays more Important ieorta ai.d points ment the first of the year. The forUlllio Murphy srent the with Hertha Hlnes of South Munches-ter- . of Interest Among tho numerous mer will ake charge or the mill or Creek, Ky I r are those ot W. II Traylor at Gilbert's llkenosse whlto the latter will go to tbo lurm. MUs Murv Iee Heck and Catherine High Hrnlge, Uie incline at Lookout Hon havo mado aplendld records Murphy visited at HustonviVIo last Mountain Hattery Park Hotel, e week tho guest ot .Misses MtCormnck. their respective positions will bo nnd Interesting Florida and Cugreatly missed in town. Hay Tanner ft for Herea. Ky , this ban scenes and hotels. The cover A. D. Parsons, who Is ono of tho week where he will enter school. the reproduction ot u scene on most expert mlllura in this section, llnny Jacobs tlio monument man la tho East toast ot Florldu nnd depict haviiii.' been connected with tlio Trayut WoynesburK for a tew nays In lenllstlu fiisluon the ocean waves lor mill for a number of years, has Mr Leo Arkeimaii was called to land ste.imos In the distance and tho accepted tho position of miller nnd lionion, Ohio this week on account imimuttos and vegetation in natural Mnt Prnktnu nil vnorlpr,wl nni.lm.nt. ot the serious Illness of Ills mother. colors on Hi,, slu ii i tlio miter beinifl. ,,, " ., . .i.,. . will ik'uuiii- - iiiui itiaiiiuu .ii iiaiinll- Mis Ella Cowan aud daughter Hollo ciiiiru'terUtli' ol II... perpetual cll-- j ure ltdtlng lolatlves at Mlddlobnrg. malic coiidttluu.s it that charnilng, Is visiting Mrs. J. W. Cocking large putiny of mi ney was country. llero something good ror I. J., roJ fremls In I'ovlng'on and Colnclnifatl ii ipili i'd m the loproiluctioii or 'this ers: The i;incinnati Post uaiiy ono ills vek or Wtiyno'-buri- s hook, which wm issued lor Iho year; tho Interior Journal one year Miss Nettle Jol.lisim Is vlsltlns bor sister Mr. Fred or in,, patrons ol the Queen and the Posts beautiful l'JU woodor liooeli of this id.ico. Kout I'urtles autlclp.it land Calendar nil for $2.60. This Urnest Itelnchbneli or tieoraetown. illld Ciescentt me mis wiiuopi'" "r,r;v(v,r. lug U tl'l bitn Ink, is visiting Ills mother ln law i, supplied wm. H ""."" -- Mrs. Knto t'orfoy. ot the .,W,k free of co.i l.y , Mis Archlo t!olfoy Is nt homo from rpy IiQ.Vl Ni ?....". iiiiin. i. barcuin. Send -your subscription Cincinnati ror a while. j i a:nM in i'ii, i''ikviiiirir t,,H Interior Journal at once. Mlsn Hollo Moore und Mury Hans-loi- d lllueeu Croscfnt Route. Clncln..utl'0 of Somerset visited W. J. Duncan , '' utiio . A caroiui study or the. inibllca-und fill'illv InBt weefc.. Aa? Ml. turn ?!? Tim nfiini.uiti m. Mr. and Mm W t'iletiid FJorida,-Alabama, -Ullt-mor1 ue-sig- n 1 i of seventy nnd statistic and valuable book pigos with Illustrations J, Walker will bo the Gaddls. Yhe lx following pupils were prev ent every day: Hlrdle and Ethel Raker. Kolth Ellis, Willie Lee Prultt. Irene Morgan nifd Thelma Owens, out 17b. cm nn nrollment of 120 pupils, j ' Misses Gill weie'at home to The Number of pupils ln the dlstrlet'-nialfemale 8:1; total 1CS. the Tuesday Atemoon Club and prov Male 52; temal,, G8; total chnrmlng hostesses. ed theiubelvc-U''l. Average attendance JInle 2C.P, Mrs. V. D. Simpson entertained "dur- female 'tn.5. total 66. 1. The low was caused by typhoid feing Christmas holidays for her young ver, little Flora Drlesler having died or it; by Mies Katie May Farley, of Bryants-vill- c mumps. a scare about water nnd the Miss Fannie Spears had was man led in Cincinnati to them the last week and Miss Myrtle Morgan taught for her five days, as Mr. Kverotte Lawson of Missouri. rlie did six davs when Ml Spears Hunly V. Rastlu gave u Mrs. lost her mother. The following won prizes, the six dinner at her fathers country above mentioned for not missing a home "Longview" In honor ot a num- day and In n spelling contest Dec. 22: ber ol guests. The repast was served Minelle Prultt first. Sadie Mills Cold-IroRirdle Maker third, Mary In delicious courses. fourth, Louln Itoutt fifth and Jo- sle f'ompton sixth Willie Souther W. F. Champ one of Lancaster's Uud won sixth grade geography with t.ew citizens has been chosen cashier 20 lieadmaiks, losle Compton fourth luraclp with 1", hendmnrks. Mvrtio o: the Citizens National uanK. u. ,. . 'm Walker who has served the institu- prize with four headmarks and Joslc Compton with five lieadmnrkn. Josle tion so long will voluntarily retire. Compton had the highest term averPrultt 91 nnd II. F. Hudson present cashier will be- age of 93, Mlnello Frank Felstrltzer 90. come piesident, W O. Hlgney will emulii In his present position aud J. e ,i ins ana vm. soutnriand SO. uraue iv Josephine Compton 93 Frank Foistritzer 86. Grade III Myrtle HneheB. riiarlsa Singleton, Marshall Ellis, Willie Lee Prultt and Agnes Gooch. Grade II Irene Morgan, Wm. King, Hasel Dlsson, Faille Compton, Eva Uunch. Grade Elbe. Thelrna nnd tne noted Hrown, nephew of Editor Tiir.nfif, of I.lbertv. I WH'le Held, and Mattl uradc Dt-d- ln nm 8: sec-on- n u iii, ,., Stanlord business men and cltlz arc thoroughly aroused over thu crease In tclcphone rates In order bocure county service which wero nuguratcd by thc East Tennessee T phono Company tho first of the Ni vcar. tii rco mass meetings ea more largely attended than tho were held here last week, and ngrcemont was signed by practical; all of the business men or the ci1 to have their phones taken oilt both business bouses, offices etc., a residences unless the old rates of for residences and $2 for stores, of ces etc., are ndhrd to and the privl eges of free county service glr The business men declare that t phone company is palpably violatlm an agreement made wllh the peo a few jears ago when a free cou: ty service was promised on the ct dltlon that a new puone compa vhlch. was seeking admittance hei would not be encouraged. At the last meeting a commlti was named of G. L. Penny for the mass meeting, Mayor A. H. Floreaca lor the city and County Attorney W. S. Hurch for the county to wait oa the phone officials and Inform them of the protest or the people, and demand that the raise to $1.65 for the real'' deuce phones and $2.75 for the buai-- , r.csn houses be recinded. A confer, ence was held with Local Manager H.' C. Wray and the local attorney lor the company Saturday night and the writ- ten demand ot the people presented.. The people request a response by Wed nesday of this week. Tho following Is the agreement signed by a big majority of the, .busi" ness men ot .trie cJty: We. the undersigned trxerfs pr i.incoin county, ieniucjcy, oeueving that'1 thc Increase. Jn telephone rates, trom $1 to H.Gr"per;.iTiontb for residence phones, and from $2 to $2.75 per month ror stores, offices, etc. Is unwarranted and unjust, hereby agree-witthe subscribers whose names are biRned hereto, to remove their telee phone nt once. And the East Telephone Compduy lo hereby, notified to remove the phones now rented nnd used by tho undersigned: W. K. Warner, Hughes, Martin & Co., Pence Hios., S. M. Sauliey, W. C. Shanks, J. C. Eubanks, A. S. Price. W II. Higglns, Severance &. Son, New Stauford Drug Company,' J. O. Car penter, W. U. O'Bannon. .1. A. Allen. T. D. Newland, Land &. Buchanan, W. A. Tribble, Land & Buchanan, G. L. Penny, Shugara &. Tanner, J. R. Pnw- ell. J. H. Haughman & Co.. N. W, Fowle, B..D. Carter, J. D. Horton, O. P. Huffman, G. II. Farrls, J. M. Phil-lipTen-ne?e- ; i I l V' book-keepe- Hobble Mr. JauiujJ Hoblnson slowly. - Is Burch. State Bank'i. Trust Company, T. W. Pennington. J. D. Wearen, W. improving S. Fish, J. L. Good, M. A. Johnson,. It. L. Davison. G. G. Qeazley. J Coffey & Coleman, Geo. Logan. M. McCarty, G. U. Cooper. W. S. H Miss fdary- Rankin went to Richmond last week to enter -- cbor-t. Gilberts Creek brank and''-Naun- l Sionu. i :ent to , ,., ",r:''.,"."' ". ;ti;"" :;. i ni-- A . il xa ixvIl ali - l;kM'ttintoiimaiv''tlV.iilile - wtth True-I- s still hunting 4Hrdeai3. .. TVrttXt ,otduuutlme. . Wm M? "hty.an?! lcitchXurnlturo, stock. wjClrtll'irt .. ,.,. Woodson TurmUig too,J. $. (Delayed letter.) Herea lo school lust Tuesday. Miss N Hutchison entertnfned sev" Uucle Joe Davis has moved, to Mrs. or her friends a( ljer,home GiMrs. Joe Davis' on the Danville: pike. eral lbert's Creek Friday evening every- A. L. Rankin bought a mule froat ..cue enjoyed themselves those present TIRord Alexander for 1190 he also were J. H Sprndlln b'niuul Holtz-claFrank Connett, Mary E, Hojtx- sold a iiult, to T. C. .Rankin for $190. claw, E. Holt'zclaw, Ellen Sootl, Will. J, - Sloan sold T. C. Rankin 1 pair Duddear, Katie Holtzclaw, Hurry or threo-- j ear-olhorse mules ror f'il'i Scott Fannie Young, J. Dudderar Not-tl- o Al. P. Sloan bought of H. G. Fox McGufey, G. Redman Frankle D. fraylor, Jessie Flannery, 22 yearling mules at $85 per head. Miss Pollie Traylor who has been Rev Walker will preach at tho spending a revv days at Danville baj Christian church next Sunday at 2 returned home. o'clock. Mr George Rich made a business trip to Stantord Monday. FARM FOR SALE! Mrs. J. K. Buck spent several days nt Luulsville. 1 will tell privately my rarm or Miss Kniiiin Holtzclaw wno Is teach nbout 260 acres, mile and half trom ieud-lui- r Hustonvilto on Danvillo pike. Has Ing sch'pol ut Pieucliers'vHle la hmiK.. nf nnven rnritna nil nlh,.r tiocmi. a fovv dns heie with the Home- eary Improvements und splendid water folUs. Cau give possession soon, J. C. NEAL, Moruland, Ky. KEPT THE KINO.yVT HOME Imve kept tho ncres of land, For the past year vvuDr. Kings New For Sale. 16 King of all I.ix.itlvu ue five room cottage, three porches hoiuO and they havo pantry, hull etc., large barn 10 stalls, Lito PUN- luour all our tamiiy," good loft. Hqggyb'ouso, pioved a bleUiS to. shid and Muthulku, )f 'Buffalo N wmovP-iu- t ben bouse etc. The piacu tsf-wejar a" Fasy. but buildings all new kWu.y, troub- i-; Sr-T- hl '.nditoiuivcl., d 2 -- 1 y d .A' Vf is- - t, t Bk tl'l t. w I'"1 Nt P.a- s.i.d . oiilr a bargatf. prl tiL V .. pnly 365, i .Mwn Penny'. DruK 25 nti at .& .WM .ucc t'lwy . SXE jj J i 1 J t UX'f-'- o Ci."-s-- hi " it FOUR 2- Financial CeMtitio City Of THE STANFORD, KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. THE FARMERS Tll.'.SDAV, JANUAIIY lOlh. 911 LWJa tBitaitaitaitaitaitaiC aitaitaitaitaitaitaitaF IHE PRESTO HE PRESTO Contract Collar tor Men and bung Men. It is new; it is liferent. We have this liar on all shades of over-tats, Browns,Blacks, Grey id Fancy. Ask to see that New York Style. ile M Henry Anderson bought of Stanford Dec. 31,1910 Denton, of Somerset, n yoko of steer Mil To tho city council of Stanford, Ky ot $95. 1, I.. It. Higher, would submit the fol liming told the St. Asnph hotel wo lowing as ti.y upon for ttio )ear end-n- lime tor sale cheap file nice Jersey tows, good milkers; nlso three two- i: December 31ft 1910, ceroid and I yenrllng Jewry heif1'i'nli on hand Jan ers, nil, full blooded nnd tine rtock. S M.S26 1st, into yJ-Karris nnd llnrdln. Stnnrout, 7,681 "! IS. O, I 'ox bought tcceiicr from taxes six nice muled Keceiled Irani licensed.... . 925 00 Pom Jim Mcstrr for 11,100. 210 50 Hoccled from fine Aged sorrel mnr0 15 hands high 2 00 (nine to mj place. Owner can get F.ecelicd for water trough . tame by pn)lng lor this notice nnd Ilecelicd for bridge fcT Keep. J. I. Itogrrs, Cedar Creek, .1 94 (Somerset Street.) .... 'J. 47 00 llecclled ftoiu dog taxes .. .M. F. Lawreme bouglit 2 barrel I corn from U. Y. Najlor at 12 dc-- i ercd. 110,699 SO Total receipt Fot Sale. 2oo bushels of millet EXPENDITURES: eed. M. F. Lawrence, Stanlord, Ky. PAID FOR tots No. 4. 158 01 Interest Old proceis llncert mcnl H J II 12 261 !io llaughman K. Company's. Cam of pi boners 1909 I will stnnd tho Hawkins Itonn bull 1,1.10 9G Salailes at VI to Instil o. II. W. Galnrs, Stun 2,266 22 Street woil; lord Koute No. lit 3,492 SO Water ami lights i.ullaid A TllOlllJ)oll bought 7 123 Repairing pump :.".. pound lioib from Hbb Cook for H0 IS 00 Assessor's blanks tua k Jones bought a load (if hutch-e- i .'15 00 Care hoso, leel nnd horxo c.ittlo at Hlclimund court at from !IC per cent of fines ."' 6. 1 cents. Dullard fc ceiiis to J 49 GO 1 hompsoit Extra police sold tome hogs to J. T5 10 S5 Kigfcby Miscellaneous accounts m ubout S centn. It. C. Arnold C.t 7.". Sen lug notices bought. 4 ycarllni: cattle from Kllhro 19 r0 Lumber Miracle lor r2,.'iu; sold some to (. Pauper aid 160 I.utes st J conn. S. I. Stephenson Running conduits at ccouit bought of Mr. V. Uurton, of Somer-seta- , Hl.l The Famous RsaTO TL aL f f sin mzu UU ifiz bump unin IVsCJ &i(gm should always be used where several people sit, because it des not strain tiM eyes of those sitting far from It. The Rayo Lamp is constructed to gtva the maximum diffused white Hf ht. EvMy detail that Increases Its llghOfivlag vctM hasbctn Included, xth-- .. GET At your gun YOU CAN WHILE 1 A pv .sUostv Thtsa RiaJlcHltualy Liw Print Regardless of Cost They Go For Cash to Close Out THE FOLLOWINQ Single Gun Single Gun Double Gun Double Gun Double Gun Double Gun Double Gun Double Gun Double Gun Double Gun Double Gun Double Gun Doubel Gun GEORGE 5.25 6.50 13.50 19.00 20.00 16.00 30.00 13.50 12.50 13 50 7 pf W, $ll or evia $26Ht JSthmfti nort efealv conulnertat yu ctntwt i.tmmn RgU ftusk Rtye ftrn. This mmm'i Rtyo fat a aw mi tt ST-- tmw. w4 tho akaaa polMtiod. A ioom on (a nickel. m It U mt4 trt, irtaa ms4 ttrMuBV IS YOUR LA3T AwsM trwt. BMy K hfJ of tolM Stms, flnlofeod Mm AND BEST OPPORTUNITY: $ 3,75 4.75 11.00 17.00 1S.50 12.00 24 50 10.7S 9.75 11.00 14.75 11.75 , . - Onoa a Rayo Uor, 0Mrt fnjiW. Ahrajra On. j- - If iwt 4tymry wTi fur ittcrifttm fcS-- JW The Standard PUBLIC SALE! OH Company 1 OF STCCK, CROPS ETC Having decided to make a chance, will on TliimsOAY. JAN. "Sure Cure" I 18.50 15.00 18 50 2 12. 1911, 3-- 4 my pi ire, one routtli of a milt from Hubble, on the old Danillle pIKe lit 10 o'clock sharp, jell to the highest mid best bidder the follow lu at house 10 58 00 So 00 00 93 00 73 56 IS SupcrMslug Harness (fira department).... 10 Night watchman 30 40 Fire alarm Printing ,.21 Dog tags 4 8 Court costs 6 Taxes refunded (Kmbry) RobinSOn, Stanford, Ky Cleaning hose Tax book Window glass (Dr. Craig) 6 00 S SO 27 50 11,033 37 Balance In treasury e his flue 270 acre farm near for 22,00). J. II. Thompson sold ten 600 pound cattle to Milt I.yk- Ins at 3 cents. I. O. Kennedy bought a butiiu of heifen of ChrUt We)ler at 4 cents which weighed 700 each Walttr Martin sold a bunch of 170 po'jud hogs to T. W. Jones at $7.30. Joslab Andcrvon soldjisome 100 pound sl.oats to J. M. Cress at $7 30, somo ha to Mr Smith at 55 cents, and some coin to same at 12.25 In field. .Mrs. Ti.oma Gooch, of McKlnney, Is the sueet of Mr T. Jf. Goodnight. iius-toulll- VeshOysters :rved in any style. Assets $1,200 Plre department 425 City Hall building Cash on hand 5,0i Due from L. & N. (estimated) 219 Due from Crab Orchard 2 (TioliflVav Tf b ssssoF Of 00 BLOOD POISON bythe Marvel of the Century Cured 37 4.8?0 8. B.B. Tested for 38 Years. 90 Drhes out blood poison in any 50 stage, permanently without deadly mercury, with pure botanical lnere- tdients. To prove It e will send you a 77 SAMPLE TREATMENT FHEE If you have ulcers eatiBg soree Itching, huaors, swellings mucus patches. hm pains, onermlve pimples, or eruptions, take B, B. B. (Istanlc Blood Balm). All symptoms heal quickly. Blood is nude pure and rich, completely changing the entire body Into a clean, healthy condition, heal Ing eery sere and stopping all aches, pains and Itching curing the worst case of blood poison. Druggists or by express, Jl I'KK LARGE IIOTTLK with directions for home cure. SAM- FOR SALE! A No. IN TOWN. AT CjFIs2 NO SYMPATHY property, tow It: " extrn good work mules from four to six jears old; 7 coming two--j enf old mules, 3 good coming thrce-jear- old hursts, well bloke to drle, om extra good combined mare, tour jears old, a ell broke, senile for ladles to dthe, one good family horse, nine )car old, 110 extra good ewes and .'I bucks, 2 extra good milk cows, 2 good Jersey h"lfers, onlc In February, Hood Polled Sugur bull. 5 good brood ow and 15 shouts, 100 barrels of corn In ctib, 4 stacks hay, 20 shock ot sorghum, all of my fanning Implements Including one extra good ha) rresn. household nnd kitchen furnl-tcre- , 1 piano, good as new. Terms All suras of Std and under cash In hand, all over that amount a credit of tdx months, without Intcn-s- t "rltb a good note, well Inoorse., madt payable '" be bank. . CspL A. M Bourne, Auctioneer. 1 "I would like to guide suffering women to a sure cure for female troubles," writes Mrs. R. E. Amercer, of Frozen Camp, W. Va. "I have found no medicine equal to Card ui. I had suffered for about four years. Would have headache for a week nt a time, until 1 would be nearly crazy. I took Car-d- ui and now I never have the headache any more." ... 15.25 "1 "': i H. FARRIS. Stanord, Ky. BBBBBBBIBtBlJl PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS ! BJ P Klnraul C Hays Foster KINCAID A FOSTER INSURANCE Fire Life and Accident. Ollk. Stste Bank A Trust Co. Surety llonds. STANFORD KY. W Tike CARDUI TonFc n MINKS HOTEL, Moreland, Ky. Abe Minks Prop. .: New hotel nnd stable opposllo depot lul rntcs to traveling men. Single loom Kvel) thing brand new ih Vs Tht Woman's manyt-wome- suffer every month are unnecessary. It's not safe to trust to strong drugs, right at the time of the pains. Better to take Carduf for a while, before and after, to strengthen the system and cure the cause. Tais f is tire sensible, the scientific, the right way. Try it The pains from which M. N CWLAND Reprsentlrtg The Mutual Eeneflt LMfo Insurance Co. The leading annusJ dlvldoad Company. Its distinction Is due to adhrr ence of successive'' mamifgements to the principle ot mutuality. . -- f v W. W. DURGIr DKNTIST. Offico CRAB ORCHARD- at Rostrfoc. ' - DR. T. W. PENNINGTON Hours ?012 AM and 1 to 4;:i0 P.M office MjTrs House flots SUnford K DR. Dentist W.N. II. SSL Due S.W.U Liabilities Ito Co jear 2 KINNAIRO BOURNE, oWcT omk J CRAIG, oao Ootlc'an Store, GAL- i'i wtttmm. . rent 1,S77 50 A. CARSON, WE PAY f - lWQMST' Farm Produco HIDES AND FURS WANTED NOW. LAND & BUCHANAN Stanford. Ivy. CASH PRICE For All Kinds, oi 47.75 FOR THE RIOEH Dtie for outstanding warrants Duo Jailer care prisoners 191 1C1 69 or driver who buys poor harness Is Duo marshal bal for collecting 199 16 necessary. When honestly made and Net amt oer and above liaguaranteed harness can be bought bilities 12,601 76 here so reasonably It Is a man's own fault if he takes the risk of buying J4.SS0 ' from a malt order catalogue. Profit by others' experience and buy jour Hespectfully submitted, harness at bome. L. H. IIUGHKS, City Clerk. ! J. C. McCLARY, Stanford. START RIGHT We. wish .you a happy and pros- perous New Year. If you have not joined the Successful Army, Begin with the New Year merby trading with :he chant who handles nothing but goods, up-to-date 1 bnnglng Foil, farm of 362 well lmproied and well water LMcolnCtunty Natlenal lank, ed, 6 miles from Danville, Lancaster nnd Stanford on Damille and lin STANFORD, KY. caster turnpike, 1 mile from 2 churches good school, store nnd black-bmltat cloe of business Saturday Decent shop, rural routt. runs by door. bcr 31st 1910. Dwelling of 0 rooms and two commoRESOURCES: dious porches cornparathely new, 1 mils J282J24 42 larso barn two tobacco birns other OtfrtuV.lIts 9,fif.T 20 necesyary outbuildings, all in good reU. S Bonds 50.000 00 pair. B.inK house "v'lOO 00 i. fix .. For lurtbfr Information applv to Due from basin 22,993 47 Geo. P. P.rlght, Agent, Stanford, Ky. l)u0 from U. S. Theas and cath 22.3.11 13 Statement of condition of actes h lr $S92,r,16 22 Capita LIABILITIES: .!iso,Vdo W Condition of the Surplus Undivided Fund to nay $:,otto oo First Natal Bik KY. first-cla- ss pro!1 sie to lfi.2 XI STANFORD, 5LIS2 7 L L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. We Want .asooe.ae CAPITAL 24axa C15,7C 07 SUrTPLUS RTSOUftCES: Hills payable . 2W87-..'bonds,., 1202,17:1 59 Loan stocks fi.K14 40 Ot'rrdi-atl$;iiWHi U. S. Doiidj and Pretn's. . 60.4M) Orfl ,W. M. BfllCrHT, S. H . SHANKS. ItanKtng boube and other ProsWent. . lO.sn s:t etvnr Utatement gixjjs earning; .. 27J01 0 Due from banks tor b months enoUng Dee.. 'iWH 00 Due from U. S. Treas . . list uno. k 16.266 7? . I .ash en band . , lcposts Circulation .uOjM CO S n.-- Many persons Had tbemsmes affected vith a persistent cough after an attack of Influenza. As this cough (The hunting season Is upon us and can be piomptly cured y tfie ute of nearly everyone wants to post 'bis Cough Kennedy. Chamberli.ln's It tbould not be allowed to run on until place. The charge Is 25 cents cash it becomes ttoublesome. Sold toy Pen with name.) K. B. Denham ny's Drug Store. T A. Itlco. M. J. Hoffman J. W. linghrs. FOR SALE PRIVATELY M. F. l.arence J. H. Acton J W. Daughman J. S. Harris My farm of 105 acres near .May Fred iJaU'Uanu. & H Hnughman, wood, Ky. Good Improvements, all J. 11. llaiighman necessary outbuildings, well watered Nciln Carter U'lLtnron & Cnnipboll Frank Cordler tnd good orchard. win Cordler Christ Jacob. SAM ROBERTS. Maywnod. Ky. .j Dr. J O. Carpenter. James Smith. Lol H'atch and chnln flnde'-ploas- Mrs. Mattle White. W. It. Daushert). 11. L. Andersol John M. Gooch return to Ilnches, Maittn ti A. r Traylor, D. M. Anderson Co's tor nnd pet rewnrd J. A. Potter J. H. Thompson c. O P. New land. J. H It iou nre nillcrlnc from bllioiiR a. Curtis. llurrls k Woods. Indigestion, cbron- Hess, Mrs Mattle II. Hewes. ic mMiu.icii , iiiveni one lciu imu n postal card, send to Chamhcrliln's Gi's Gelszl , John M. Carter. Mtutclno Company, Des Moines, Iowa, Ired Vorrflruenlgan.J. J. Klliott. with : oir name and address plain!. A. Klelbasa. Jocob Gander, on the back, und they will forward Misses Bailie nnd Bcttle Catter. you n Irec sample of Cbaubertaln's J. II. Carter, P. W Carter, btomach and Lier unlets. Sold" by L, S. Cat Her. K. H. Unt field ''enny's Drug Store. Jus M. Carter, Br. Mrs. iq WllUam. H. C. Daurhmsn, a. J. Johnson. ves 2 and For Sale. Half Dorset P. W. Carter. J. W. PmIu a yesr oWs. Hred to iruortd Shrov C. M. AHeiu. FeV- nire run. Hue to lamb 2. Mrs. n. K. h. TV, Calnes. T. L. Iwnghiaa. 16-. e Ilu-tl. 1 BtBtBiBaa I oiuiivft4 Large QuantHlrs VANIZED t7. I' ' ( PRESSES STAWDfNO SEAM BOOF1NG. It crtie4 In Stock EADS' TIN SHOP. Btonfort. Phono 114, WILL ADAMS of hauling. Fur- I Livery; all kinds niture packing. S'anford. Ky. A Phone 173 r c MACCABEES C. Sine. State Commander Stnnoftil, K) , STANFORD TENT NO. 7. Monday Nlxtil Meets 4th Deputy MAfiONS' MEETING. . M K.4 A. M. lll ni.rt Lincoln UmIci-No-. In ftlMtixl (oinmantrnllou ou eneli nut nnd third Mondnv nlnhtu of reh month, nt JviMliia'elix'L la thrlr hall on inula itn rora.Kr. Mniuwrnoi iter KkI T. W r ir Irrsitllr Invited to b (itvii-nt- . rt, Xrr, J. J. OELDEN. Carriage anO Sign Painting, Decoratlv( Paper lunging, Bug? Shop over Trimming and Repairing. Aldridge's Blacksmith Shop. J. J. BELDEN. House, JOHN-COO- U Cnenlr. (Ms. Veterinary Surooon ond dentist. 5nc4slurt on tT horov ond sn Itpal Ky. Ptiono 14 FARMO-ALESO I No. SS. a t iu ...... acres lying 1 miles west of Highland, a good cottage and out hoiiwn, barn etc., C Holds fenced; about :'5 acres In rultivatto; plenty of water. Keason tor veiling out not able to work on turm. Price reason2 Voutti. Unii A K. nctange Taxes Dtconnta. Intrett , nnd, .... able. Produce fJPKtt STIRRING TIMES. ' Olsoosed J M follows: Paid rut rent expenses t. JU89 ;!6 251 74 WE ARE PAYING TO DAY FOK Kfgs c lllenb Koosterb I u .- Tin knvu --- No. 1 hlaok skunk e are having In the bulhllug line Short fork fe carry a full line, of lime, piaster, LeaeBt and evcrrtbing else needed Mink ,,.,,..,. Ho building, will b Ever) thing purchased found ot the best Quatl-no kjr the best for fnteadt puraoooa. Wo mUS aavo you UcuWe aa4 y an wot y ooMiBf m Hf aa atok a4 B. Nortbcott PHONE f Tf IC Tadr. Mr. healthy and fruo front Paid dividend No. 2r, llealwoiinld . . , cent per lucid por " per cent 1,500 00 curts Cholera, Kills :I16,97 vl month. It Toltl Worms, Stimulates the Appetite, Aids 9JW 5 5 1 o In January 1911 Olgestlon nnd causes hogs to fatten ix In- - Gro4 earnings this this bank will 7,2l'2 14 very rapidly. This remedy Is used nuinthb .... creae its capital to natnln?s lelt from last sx cmlorM.'d by leading hog raUers $100,000. 072 8.9 and . months $1.2VSL60 throughout the country. Come In And Its surplus te 75C-JtS,175 53 und let us tell you about it. Totnl 100,000. Disposed of as follows Sold by New Stanford Orug Co. W.M. BRIGHT. S. H. SHANKS, iftrn I Cashier, Dlildend . per President, 00 tent .11.00 1 $4 Curried to surplus fund I FOR RENT OR SALEI 4 per cent 2.000.W LINCOLN COUNTY FARM FOR 8AL.E expends 2JH8 vi I 7 11H) acres In tins shape: crop goes I'uid u!) tof 7 00 aty pUce at MlUeOgevlllo containing e with. Better come aulck. J. M. Wty Rtiiucrd prein 500 16 tbout At) ocros, four tor tobacco P&ld bod 6brs MO lb tBftotl grata or cora; goo soldo WayoosBurf. lLea.rs ueAmded MHMro tcfeocco Uorxi ea It. Int Tfcroo weo. D. W. OalBsK PwirKa . , . M i . 4WLsVY. 1,17643 153. IhtbMo, Ky. Hunk Note 12-1- 2 1 Pakl banking hoiuc furniture nnd fixtures l'sid (o undivided prof Its.. Pnld to surplus flind Paid hod debts .... 900 01 Circulation Deposits Individual sft 32 deposits LIABILITIES; Caprtal Rtock 91' Surplue and fund earned 5a UndlrWed Piollts I'und to pay taxen . . 4 . Totnl 3I6,9ti7 , HI Stanford, Ky., It. JAS. A. KING. COS F. D. No. it, llox CJ I KlnfjfcirfNiis I JS. S. PUCE, Ascent. I SanilspreBie under I B. O. GAflTEtt, Waw Uvaro. I every test. Feel Streat, nletPhono Oft. I care, keep Gowans in I se-- 1 K. Sn,S,lt!. .SChSCKMr. l. Vrtui: .r. u. w. M. 7.- r. . 50,000 , . io.eoo oe . , 00 24,000 00 U 25 122 9" HOG RAISERS Are your bogs worth 3 cents per I bead? Ve guarantee Hog Cholera Remedy . . Bourbon 158,C6 H7 4.M2 1'9 to krep bogs 29,176 M diseaso fpr 5 Ike hme. Gowans al-- l ways conquers Group and Pneumonia and your doctor assents. t A u BTANFOUO. KCNrUCKY. Farm For Sal e. .... bal-oc- Or will trade lor small property und take tho illlfeietire This farm vnntitlni lit) aires, or at e:mi 75 acrcb of good tobacco two goivl dwelling houses, 1 tout to'iiit homo und hull nnd good gool tolmcoo bam, which i.lll bold 12 lines ol toliaccu, good lui'l'llr a,J.llU'KU:,lliuwit, WJt hUl St. Allrgheuy, I'u. oiing oKiinid of 2J0 trees of best selet;ted irult such us apples peachBUY HAVE IT IN THE HOME es, penis and chuiles, good bored well 52 feet dfop, kUiihIk k fret of AllDr.ll.l. 01. ,10c. US.. water, 011b house with thren tonms COWAN MI0IUL CO.. DURHAII, N. C. anil outbrilldlngs and well ami ot chMmI.4, u4 mH Hbttii If rm liauUt ard of tame number of trees und Miuie klid or IrulL Thisfarm lies about mile and half FRUIT AND SHADE TREES southof McKlnney, ubout one mile Everything for Orchard Lawn from railroad nnd school: i'6 acrw nf n4 aordon. tteored land rendy for tobacco aid Vrlf for FroaCataJogno. No. Ageau fit acres In irmoUiy moodow. ' tb tho cttoapott farm l H. . 4LLINMIYCIt A BOMf in 'repartition wns utnl on my cliihl wheu It wax iltsptrntrlf ill with I'lwuwuula liiiiiinli.itfls nttrr the teconil aliplicutum my ll,tjrjr.lfl VHllttl Hint flllililltf q onleiwl its Krf.it iin ImitroM-iiwii- t coiitiiiu.tiiu: The cliihl ivciixrral O own 1 i ; ,wuBiy t tho L MawMr; arte. cKWtnoy,4y. A.L . rAj J'T" ' r r jbsimt, iXNuAny ioih, ion 7 ,l I THE STAWPOf.D, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAB. llrnuu, . IAU iii ii miii liiuiiRht li J&a8 -- u MeKiiwejr "h t- I'axluii uml r. .. Jit-- , I'. M. MeH'rri nirt fhirt isilnnly mi lrr'wj nlterncm neil; rff Ml, A S. Ownley. Tli )''ijm 111 TRIED REMEDY FOR THE GRIP. :.il nKMiiixt jcitlnp nt Wrl it u.py T .lnitln Tor n Mm -- .1 Ir-!- ! roimnl lor i 'imlion lill. A ,. Mditln, wlilrh In Met xl.inilvr kuh hr.iIiiki wn wltliilrHitn n Jury imitli iMitn vn nrer im"'i 1 3fedSee zoTM&ns n.-.i- t!un on th1 fipcaxfoii wien n or mote t Mr. OnuleyV ftieml y asl.tfl lo niTt lnr. At tur ,. inlnterl tfnie. Mm. MtlliiWrtH v.r I li.t pnt iirminil lli illnlnR ''il inn witiI mi, 'xiiil"lte lunrh, f IvrX in iwiy iletnll. Tim,, t en JliMiiJiifK Will Sirnine, J ?' Nimrtlft, I. 11. I'nxlnn, (5. O. r y, .1 W W. A. Trilible, H. M. HMilley, Il.ttiRhtiun, .1. (.'. Ilnyn unci the ztrl w " oM rwnnlcd Mr. Illll HP. Th-n- il was withtlrnwn llli ihc iinrirt rlimilnR that Mnrtlii w.m lo pay thi ln In I lie cipp. Resolution Made By Judge Wise: 2 1 r'" Iriprovuniriit Cliitt on WpiIiiiwI.i, Jim, II, .if . ''I P. .M., Ill th i.lieoiriri .im . ' Him St'te lUnk i TriiKl Omifidiir lull .illnnli.tuc Ii lv(ii(Mnl in lirtfl- si- - (il iiii)Miit;iiioo will l)V (llo.ifi(' Mil i The Women' iooi 01 linnor. Mr. .1. h Owi.Ioy. I Ej ilGMSiSf k "Vegetable Compound. Wc know oT no other medicine which 'has been mi mic cevtfnl in relieving tlie suffering of vnnien, or securrfl .so .. Ul. 1 ...I' , ir 'lUKIinin S innnn mmiiinn "4i. iL'Cllil Ji. Inr.l.l J in almost every community you will find women who SHORT LOCAL NEWS ! ( . ft a All taxe unpaid for l!Mi) must be Itelurii Connlney. Stanford, Ky, settled at once or property will be to lineknclie uftWinicurliiffcloMit imIiih. I miwhii ndvertU'd nnd sold to satisfy same. if tliilllu H. IMtiLlimii'i I liac been patlrnt and have given Conipnitnil MiU'tleoltteil to fry It. After ttikltijr t w rreullnr 'propertlc ol Chamber all the time peimittrd by law. W I ncveral bottle II found It wit helping me, uml I Vnigh 'llrniedy hae been thor tain's McCarty. Sheriff. muni nay imrciufinrpcrfectly well now and ran of oughly leeted during epidemic not tlinnk TFiionoiiili for ulml I. villi. iv taken lo and when It hum'. VesretdMcOomjHMiiHl Iiak done for me." tcr Kent On arcount ot tbe bus). have mnt heard ot a single mm I llnw Mm. .lolm WiH(lnd. It. F. I)., No. , Box UO, will tent my store with a nleu by Penny's Coloina, WiNvnnnln. ca) t pneumotiln. Sold dA'ell'ng nf Tour loom kitchen and I nmi Onrg smrc. WotllLn Who (mm llincn Ac- ball and trout porch and a, One cistern t tne door. A good barn Hne trcssiqg ills peculiar to their sex should not lose sight of A xeeutrlx of the estate of Mis'! ,diden ard fcU eceUT crntbulldrngw these isicts or doubt the abilityof;Lydia H. Pinkham's Vcg. ut a bargain at llnrtwell, Ky itboda I.imntonl. 1 wilt on ecurt dny win tisey county A fine place ror bint etablc Compound to restore tfieir health. at 1 oVjleck P. M.. JANt'AHY Mb WW j.es. Call on or wrttp to .1. W. Had U7 iueli the following bank stock: gett t Son. KWti' atOTe. HpacUl fountain pen for cchoot use Mark Collin, Jr of ljexliigtou apent Natlonnl Ilank: 2 barei t,Ur virt f. 11 and Il.r5 at Penny's Uruic toe holidays hero with II. . Carpenter to Lincoln Uounty National JUnV; and Ixist, Ills "blKk jiewfoundUnd dog Mtom. k. tij,. Jtewnrd for and .Ml I.aura Carpenter near Mora.-Uu- d. h nbares in the Etate HnK ft bwrt ttvo eJum to Jdtm AS'entzcl, Otwohelin. Trust Col. of titnrtotd. Ky WATTIB V. KJKIIY. Kx"x. PERSONALS. I In renewing lo- - (b; L J another For Kent. Vice four room cottage served and parent ubo and I tier wrrt- - united Isto the holj- bona Mr. AlbeM llannlgvn, of I.nhanon. jeur. Mr. W. II. Htowill. of CleHirnr, of VOI mirftefl JDd MUNI, VD inatrrmcjiy on Dec. 2) UC l the vr.m Tk..n.uiMi'ilufFr Iron iufluenva write "I don't want to riUs tta bla friend. Will Wllcher.dur-Inere. sj'jsa,lt, wWuatrd on k,t farm This hWe'i liithe.r' wbero a aost or tbo bslUa'. wbrIi: iiumber (if m) old some Ui of t rejnlOng IB pneviola. tt.rt rullej Iroi Tfcmvlle, on Da- - h1"td cengratulated tbea. Ther unws can fce .obV'Uite-O- i " bar4y Irved Ml. J U HoUani anil duucbtei pipr ...... ,L..o"ii riimulT 'as Tot only .tllJe. aril yanrord- - pike. w 5C iinve life, noda runny a and lorlKg mar ried fTend hrvrd cue left for .PltveMlle Thurxby altir a 31(3-- 1. Mr. V I., (iarmao has lelurned to cure luflnnia but cootraru any tewl-enc- Tewroey, bus vls.iljj them In Vie part and exUiwardM pect tc.-- tbe futursc Their betae or the te tlMJK tlxil with her purrnt Mr. H heme Jt Marrowbone. Cumlxilund tiold by Penny-- - Drug Store. In Hill I am compelled to do a bven ArlghteneoyBy three little ones nirt Mn U A. l'ottrr. county ntttr spending ClirUlms with undyne twbov wi.King girl. i?o wp all rtrk-tlboth a Huccessful cafh business wljb al! Many- In In Mr wmt Mr. Jumeh ;, Mcllee nr hi ch V.. ('. Oarman and family kev on Ktuull ling. I'wo e andrbuslBess wherever they Mime by paving - for thanks lor pal favors. Geo. Oillock may go. A nllt. pound boy hlch rejolrinc oirer Owner ican set .Mr. Hlid Mm Win. Dal) w.rre il! lluhtoiivilk-- , Ky. iS- A FBIF.ND. Hini.i ( Ian biui;bt on the iiiunlug Sunday ol Mr nnd Mm Kniet lloluu this ot the Jutli .ttney driving mare L'liuipuell of Stuntord. Mia llerlle .Hule FOR SALE Of REMTI. ' .Mrs. l P Stucky U nt the bnilrlde Jecu l' liny ol Htanfoid, u.tb nn at year .old not atr.iid of nuto and safe ifi ncie Inim on good plkennd near weight iiil pound l fn bus, 2 1 good town of r. r brother Charlie Mtirph). storycottage luirlhe kin M In l.an.nhttr ShIiihUj .11 C. Anderson. eaoh r.on' below and two nboe, two gylU Lnnciikler Hecord I'lrjrl!" jMutptiv koii of W. I.. .Mur-- I Pnrns and nil other ifceoari-iu- t .Mm. i.ein Cook and lUughttr. Mini u) who ban ben nluk for niiiny .iTion-ilHI pay ten cent for a bulldlnb. fi. .1 Place wyfl vutvtejf and !." 11 I lM.Ue of Friday, May In vr muih worm conflmid to Mmv .Sb'iiiKid Cnok lire (it home cop) fiutitl, in spVendbr ctmimjony and Uf Ihiat it in If you haxe one. will tell t.heap, t'ee L. V. Hughes nlf ImC. titer a pliMnaut Uk to Dr. and Mm. cbleKen cheap. C. or W U McC.il. Stiiiifod, Ky. MIh Ann.i Cbuoceilor Is with iber .1 .M. Owena ut Somemet. have been restored to health by E. I'inkbanVs Vegetable Compound. .Almost every woman you meet has cither been 'benefited by it, or knows ome one who has. In the Pjnkham Laboratory at Lynn, Mass., arc files containing over one million one hundred thousand letters from women seeking health, in which :many openly state over their own signatures that thev haveiregaincd their health by taking Lydia K. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound. Lydia Hi. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound has saved y women from surgical operations. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable'. Com pound is made exclusively if rom roots and herbs, and is perfectly harmless. The reason why it is so successful is because it contains ingredients which act directly imion the female organism, restoring it to healthy and normal activity. Thousands of unsolicited 3ind .'genuine testimonials such as the. following prove the efficiency of this simple remedy. ('olntllll. Wfcscmisln f si Kir lir tnim I ... troubled wltL (Tunuilo vrrnkueK, Irret'iilurltlos, m.-.n- iHH.Ha.HMaMMMMHvJMld (ring uml till otlifr nrccmry out Jn to Mowlam Tor eooil I'll lure. ASK VOUft DRUGGIST FOR THE (jooil tcmnt houcp rte building, picture only TiO rent lind cheD 'ri 1911 PERUNA ALMANAC dozen. Prnnk Coiiller TIiIh piopity Ih eimlly woilh $1,0' Tlie owner I determined to ell Kor Sale. Itcftaumnt, bakery, oda It' mlRlity cold drtrlnc now, Sre fonntnin etc, Inlng mom nbom. A tnly J2,r,00. Terms rnny. Art qnlelk utorm our lino line of Up lle.ij Khtnte. Ruod stnliil mid ilenlld bimlneFn. frontti. rnrrlflRp lie(erti ntd roal .1 Tnp place I well furnlhlicd nd tlio C. JlrClnry. ttock of Kiocerles rlgni etc., arc new For Siile.-- - 'n cunt uiinr Tot In n Thl I n good chnnce lor nome one of an Kor StiU'. -- I lot on Main to tnnkf sood money Kor further Kmxl town containing iibont Htrod, litis li.irn bimI nil outbullilini,. phrtlcnlnr fee Ifc Ic Iluglic or V U rue splendid building site ru residence nnd Inisinefi Iioute. Price liullillnc lt for reoldetire McCnry, Stnnford, Ky. ftimlord Hiar i;nifp. HlnTifdi'd Ileal ICntatc ?(l. l Sule ncifg of Innd rigltt on dlnin trc(. Tnu tory 7 looni mine building, .' Iinll nnd (hire pnieb e, good ktory barn i wells ,ind for SVCJv f fc. to "I once received a pair of shoes with these instruc- rrte, tions," says the Judge: "If too small, wash your feet. If l- -l nr 3-- 1 too large, wear a soxt but be sure to send -- Hmall tock of dry soods RrocerlPS, imd tno lite poll le. Additi. .1. II. II. llox "l'.l t'rnb Orel. an! Ky Sale notloiif, 4 or n hoiue-o- f Wanted to toou. In Stanford 'or vicinity. Applj to A. C. Connelt, I.osn avenue rnt 10 wnb WlCAt. ATPUCATION. llMTronot ramll-tullonth ml ol Ibr dW-.i- . (UTTh dw-Mand In incurs It yon tnurt InlTCkl rmdin. Mini tiutrh la uirn ftiHl rii dlrrrtly utmn tht brfMd tnd imiroai urftm. Illll Ulint Cnrr not rifk II m prrfrnbnl ty n of Ihf timt Hi ibl fouour lor ynn od H k rrrulr Ttrftnpttoa. )m rorapowd (be ol It vnir knoini. inabiDf4 wiu Xht brn blood fjrrrun. twi arrtlT oa tba wmMsitM m Uw bwmi nirtmor. 11 Te rvoduri vuti wMitfrrul r lncooatt uiu la rurtoc rturrh. SfM for 1vttmwtM. im, Catnrrh Cannot Be Cared likl n lti ntrt lk rur ''". check." For Modern Shoes and Modern Methods, call on CUMMINS & WEAREN ' Popular East Ender SELLS OUT AND WILL MOVE TO ANOTHER COUNTY. William Thompson, of Rrougb-tontowha sold his properly to P A. Sin,,Jeton consisting of hli lanv and rtore. His store Invoiced $1..00 The man who involceu was Mr. Hai ry Collier ol Crab Orchard a line yoirng fcnow, son or J. if. Collier. Mr Thompson h:iH delred to try (inr rai'd or I'ojle countlc lor a location. Tbe poople of their neighborhood will tadlv miss Mr. and Mrs. Thompson. Tbey have lled there for yearn and ere very popular with their friends .ir, mcmpHon sold hi' land lor a gxxl mice, $100 per ncre ror Knob laud, nnd lies In a public place j.iiv stand tor a stoie. Mr. rhompf-ocame to this counj cxer rite yearn ago with S. J. Cummins from Rockcastle county aru there be fell in love with a beautiful young girl. 1" yearn of age, deugbtee or Bryant Brown, whon he cntu-tor some few months and tbey both Mr - n. bt trfTt bt mi. irun Sold br DrudaM. T IUU'i 1 181117 f. 1 rilKVEV a a mn :u. reotilpitkia. mi, lor IjnU. JJmMI juMiket bible. Jan. I, 191 ResolvedThat I will 1 buy- - i v..,ri.i awTji. ii..b. nri'llfTrinrr -- rn: my goods from CUMMiNS & WEAREN, because they car- ry the right lines at the right prices and they always treat me right. . V" rnt, 1' " M-- c TJ j o. Jt r MUt " a '"- - THE HOMF OF HART SCH APFNER aV M ARX CLOTMEfl i,K 0ljipapiBaBak ai. izz -- " I y dlJe pneu-mani- rbae h hs I Received A lot of Oliver Plows and Repairs. t Ur VaV Rti-fl- s -'- Fi f(fe For 2 -2 fffiSmf&XT Sprains Te a fltr May. I Kuruslde lor xeeral week. llurxey hlng Mm. J. I'urker, for ronKreimun WedniMlav Helm lull month to letuin lev iilnl wile. Kit Monday for 4eu-r.1ilzona who wltn her liobert C. Sauf C. McClary. C. Wlilym -- - kui I pi to hi dutlm Mr. W. It. Smith, of Plata, iuUaVI nmnn, him ivnen the eucst of Mr. t (id Mm J. IL Uuntle. Mr. Atid Mm. H. S. Klmore inoed luto lUMfy llelw'ti propei tj. on Kat Main sticet kaoa-- mk tb "Cedurn" r I' Ml "Nate Mrcm, of Libert - h t.en the attractive etift of ber ou. tint., MUM'S .lennle and MuttU WIJ- the". .Mlm Droun la an expert torn- of IniMiter nnd la a valued employ Cusey Cotiuty tut Mit Lillian KllUlon of foiinKton, i j pit lr. Klotcn Went of llkhamnd id U (he funeral of li. il. n'lUou a Or and Mm. It. M. ieeuily uoed ol II. tMlun hate their lanilly to the Striiub 011 liblenre Mm hi Mm. Petei Main Htrrtt. J. tr.Ally Hi PJiton will entertain honor of Mmv .1. 8. Oni In-l- an 'Vldocjdar aftyrvoa. W. G. Wither Hare Mt. mur! to tlie) noue vacated by Mr. and Mm V. S. Tray lor on Portman Mr. ntM tveir-- c , an cvfcutrU nf tbe esl.ite or i.)iin bus thiee nice Mlm IthoiKi LunsforM, 1 will oij court Ivogan avenue. on day at o'clock Y, 31.. Jrfn. 23rd 1911 In tract of th court house dosr In I Inip opimd up my studio at Mis. .vicKiime)' LanShter, r? nell tbe following and will ghe Wednehdnm In rhlim stocks 4 shams in tbe 'Nation- L. Wurrcn. uml JVIiUj. Ubnrlotte liankyrlnd 15 stiaree in tbe Citizens NstkiBfil tank of Lhd aster. Mattle Vylflrby, the well Jcnovn W. S. lusn bourl the Davt.Aideftp phxe at the eurnir nt l.oguu'iaveiiKr ..'les.-- e lirtne)' Is ranylrg bw ligbt The llme U tun i' ml Uitiraster street. Wl IM fhr nuN JOfV- oqe six t aere nice Rlng a nhotgiin througn a. fcr fclMi .ltH1U tbe atuzile toward blu. lie caught For Ptacr of 1 accres m tbo loadte hla Bif. Uajdenr Station. Will Porter Lancas ter. I. 12 .Mrs imwT for re.nt W. E. PERKINS, 'XSave CRAB ORCHARD. KENTUCKY i- leu-so- u I .M aBknl' Hi. Fl-o- 1-- 8 Me Instant Relief" f XJlHgW T. W. Humble W. O. MM.ti" vzl Hfl 'I fni ami svraned my arm dntl wai In terrible, paia. I could not use my .band, or arm it Nc. at-t- tti Cnib Oix'bji-d- . Coi.nclln.Jc ud Mm W. K. SbuKitr r.nd !U. jouot aon, W. K., Ji., spent (be l.clnUjti vitb leiatne In luJlun;ipo Hiiliiiuuid, ; Mm. J. S. Ifimhhmnn for ll' CluUtiiMH diiuce. thus I'llll Neubein, or lliistuinllle, Mt inn I'juli) Turley, of the gmn of Mr. mid Hie guest of Dr. and Mm. T. W PeuuliiKti'ii during tb bolld.iy. AUu Thompson, or Mt. Vei ll nun. apent aeU'ral dayi. durlut, ChrUt-ttu- s for tbo ground wiih week with Mr. and Mm. J. W. with e,eral Incheii of snow lltltChtbOD. Trlbble's guests were Mesdawe B. 0. Peunlngton ra Owslty, J. II. Foster, Will Mr. and U. V. Wray.'and MUae An- orgla Wray visited tela-tlvr.Hte r.d IlKUoond lai-- t rck. in Dr. and Mm. W. N. Craig and fain- II y hate tnoved from I.opun avenue te tbelr home on Moln street. Mrs. W. A. TTtbble Informally but I'ellgMfully euteitulned on last Tues dny nllrnoou In honor or Mm. .1. S. Owsley. 'IIiIh wii file kecoud or tin. bi rlen ot ttitertiilnmeiits given for thl po,iulnr young inn turn. Alter u lit ernty eont t In which Mm. Owsley won tlii) prle, Mm. Trtflblo served do- ll,;hlful refretlltfient nnd the guesti Ibev riitiKt'iiliilaled tbenntehes Hint bad ventured out on s'uh 11 wintry Mr. e Kev. n. M. Vr'alkcr will preach at tue Hubble Christian church Sunday orternooii, January 15th at I o'clock. 1k ca'.leJ Rev. This couBregatlon ud Walker to pteach every flmt thitd Sund.iy during Ibl year 1!M1. ROBERTS Robert CHERRY without intense suffering until a neighbor told me to use loin's Liniment. The firs .application ffave me instant relief and I can now use my arm as well as aw." M rs. H. B. Spwngfr, fan Flora St, Elizabeth. N. J. 25 PER CESI OFF On any pair of Shoes in our house Newest Stuft and latest styles in I1 k on the Q qi.ii r tots at liinetlnn City, came liiiit week and elalmeil n prettv .V Cheriv. n young bnikeiuMi' C. rnllrond with bend SLOANS LINIMENT I 1 VIC15, PATENTS, cost. pe : Oxfords to go at cost and less than mer white Mm, .1. S. ill. Seeronee, r.ow nd it. domklled In the Iuium; on frvtuoe recently tacabul by Mr. Dun-vill- a H. H V. C. Wilbr, tj, Kaufley, C. B. Tate, IS. U. Per. J. N. Sauooers, J. W. naugbtnan, lighted Lin DETSY'S POINTERb: coln county gill for hi btldc. Ml l.ula Roberts, of Mnywood, was the "What has bin 0111,. of the old time voiiii ladv whose lienrt nnd hnnd be peddlnm who used to 01110 mound on, nnd tl'ev were united bv th little while end work lllm-flaRev. 1. J. Dlrltev nt hl home lier-"h- e groom sinmls well with hU en guinea mi u gcod 1iouk kcept To vblle IiIh bride U the d3sh be ceitaln of tilwnju gcttlug your boss ter of Charles Rob"rt. uioney'i; woith and n.oilcrn metliods for the L. & X railroad. 1 iccomnicnd Cofley o; Coleman. Kteclrle light have been turned 011 We huve anything you want In cati-cegoods and everything Is absolutenl the toi.rt bouse And IJncoln cnun-tr'- a s ly fresh and pure. We nre new teiupU of Justice nreenl (Or pure foods. a very bnndsoiae appearance when COPTCY A COLEMAN, toi) r? is an excellent antiseptic and germ heals cuts, killer hums, wounds and contusions, and will diaw tlie poison from htinj of insects. 26c, COc. and $1.00 d bead-quarter- Slaan'a ttovk on horaa. ratlla. alip ami nuaUrr ent f rm. AUdraaa ml Strictly A Spot Cash Proposition HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods. STANFDkD, rJ I IM si bight 'rhic t. leomt Pslfvsry. Ir. BmI, Karl I. fteaB, Htm., V.aVaV. lll mmmm Notion. Shoes KENTUCKY lBLMMHLBBMBHHIaBBB LJ ii 1 M$iUi)wm J s !mI !'" I rOLIVER PLOWS The Oliver Plow Trade for 1910 was larger than any pre- 9 .THE STANFORD, KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. TUH6DAY, JANUAKY 10th, lt Ukx The Interior Journal. Established 1872. SAUFLEY TUESDAY AND J&i 1 CALL FOR PRIMARY! The democratic committer In and for th0 Thliteonth Circuit Court District ol Kentucky, met pursuant to tho call of Chairman O. I.. Penny, nt the office of Chenault lluguply In on Krl Danvlllr, lloyle county, day December 16th, 1910 nt P. at and the members from Lincoln county Mercer nnd lloyio were present In person nnd the member from Unr-tarwna preient by proxy held oy Clnlrman J. O. Iloqtn, of Miner, which proxy was duly accepted by the committee. Said meeting win called to order by Chairman Penny. On motion Cher. d'llt Iltiguely was duly nominated and elected Secretary or said committee The I0II0WI115 resolutions were duly orferM. seconded ami utinnluiouslf adopted: 1 A primary election Is hereby coll ed lo be held lit the several votlne precincts of the Thirteenth Circuit Court District of Kentucky, and Mercer between the ing or the counties of Lincoln, lloyle, ol six A. M. and lour P. M standard time, on Saturday, March 4, 1311, for the purpose or nominating Democratic candidate for tbe ofilce cf Jurige of the Thirteenth Circuit Court District of Kentucky, lo be voted for at the special election to Ik held on the first Tuesday alter the Unit Momlty in Not ember, l'Jll to llll the unexpired term or said office caused by the death of Judge M C, Saulloj. democrats who are legal voters shall be entitled to vote 111 said primary election, and are requested lo HELTON Publisher FRIDAY et PVKIT POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge The Interior Journal Is Authorized to announce Charles A. Hardin as a candldato for Circuit Judao of the Thirteenth Judicial dlstrist. at the election to be held November, l'Jll,subject to the actwn of tho Demonever liavo to mote the Interior Journal oltlco attain Gk lone a ue lle. To say it was a hard Job would be expressing the. Tact In the very mildest language possible. Dut for the kindly asslstanco ol many friends and thc patience We hope we will of our subscribers when wo found w? would be unublo to issue u paper last Tuesday owing to Inability to get K, vious year. Another New Stock for has just arrived. BUY nr"-ii- ; "- 1911 cotisi.it-Unrrar- d THE - BEST .T , our new press in running shape, we do not know Just how soon a paper could have bejn Issued Irom the now oltice. new ing As i.i W. H. HIGGINS. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Make your home m modern for jpovr faauly as a ice, MR. FARMER: residence, and place yourself in a poaitioa to get the latest aaarket quotations at any time. This can be accomplished, by means of out telephone service which you anil your neighbors can get for a aaaa that m smalt compared with the benefits received. Call or addreaa our aesreat ofiee or write direct to .leadquarters, Nashville, Tenn., for inforasatioB regarding our special "Far snera' Line" rate. If you are not at present enjoying telephone service, we can immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and the Southern portion of IndUna and Illinois. EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. (tnooaroBATKBk. it Is now, affairs In tho "print shop" are rapidly assuma tangible shape and we sincerely e RURAL FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY ORGANIZED UN 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50000.' SURPLUS EARNED. $22,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Combines Absolute batety with oatatdactorydctvicc. Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. OFFICER. t: do so. press to running In fine shape. ,and 3. Any person desiring to become n candidate for th,. Democratic noinl' to thoso who have been accustomed nation for said office, shall, not Intto the rumble and roar of the old er than Saturday, February 18, 1911, glvo notice of his so to do, presa for lo these many years, the in writing, to O. L.Intention Chairman Penny, of this machluo of thc District Committee or the Thirmotion and sound teenth Circuit Court District, and in will be quite a surprise. Occupants addition, shall, at the tltne or giving of the buildings in the block whic such notice, deposit with said chairman the sura or 1 300.00, nnd no pr-wthe I. J. left, nay that ever- - building falling so to do shall he permitted In that square trembled and shook to become, or to be, a candidate at said election. when the old press was being used 4. fc'ald district committee will ac- meet to run off the papers. Now the ft the office of its secretary. In Danville, Ky., on Monday, February tion of our press Is so easy that 20,th 1911. at 'I P. M.. standard time, A. D. Florence in end If at the expiration of the time Postmaster hereof, section tho postofQce next door told is he fixed bymore than three candidatethere be not one for lth could not tell when the press was paid office who has complied of In operation Friday, and this, not- tbe conditions shall section 3, then in committee resolve Itself inwithstanding the fact that our new to a nominating convention, nnd shall person to nomi press weighs abotit three times as dechn such oltice. and be the refund nee for the shall much as the old one antf runs exact- to BtKh candldatp the amount deposit- ly twice as hope for no more delays In tbe future. We hao gotten our new Mich-l- --- n ft. The polli shall be opened in each nd every voting precinct of nil the counties In tho dIMrlct nforesnld, In the regular voting placcx, 0. Upon the closing of the polls, tho ol fleers shall proceed to count lli0 ballots and to make return, nnd In o doing, shall be governed by the prolslons or the general election law and thc returns shtll be made to the chairman or tile respective counties li the district, who will the stub books, the crtltlcntes, nnd nny questioned ballots to the Secretary of this committee. ". Th,, orilrers of election shnll bo sclectiM by this committer rrom the lists to be submitted 1)5 thr several candidate in accordance vith the provisions of Ih primary election law. J llach candidate shnll be entitled to ucfttgnAtr- by ft notice lo tho chairman of c.ich county committee In the district ,nnt less than live days prior to March 4. mil. tho name of one person ror each voting In said county, to net ns chnllrn Mer nnd Inspector for said candidate at said primary election. 'J lb,, committee thnll meet at 2 P M , Stundatd time, nt thc ofrice of Its Secretary. In Danville, Ky., on the next day nrtcr thc returns shall have been made, nnd canvass the vote cast nt raid election, nnd lue a ccitiricate or nomination e chairman or the District Committee Is directed to employ a competent person to copy rrom the regular registration books made for the cities of Danville unci Hnrro's-burg- , for the l'.MO election, the names ot all Democrats, nnd the person so employed shnll return the copies, certified as required by taw, to said chairman who shnll cause them to do duly dillvered to th otricers ot election; nnd the chairman Is directed to cnuse to be printed and prepared lor use the requisite number and kind or ballots, which shall bear the facsimile of his signature, and he will procure the necessary election supplies, and cause Ihem, together with the ballots, to be delivered to the ofllcera of election as required by taw. 11. The chairman will cause copies of this resolution, certified by himself and the secretary of the committee, to b posted one at the court Stanford, l.incaxter house door Danville nnd llarrodsburg, and one in twenty other conrpKiious places In each county In the District, tor not less than forty days prior to February II, 1111, and said notice shall also be published In each democratic paper In the district. (in motion the committee then adjourned. pre-tln- rt elect loti. the costs llien ncrrued tor advertising nnd preparing for said by him, ls OVER a 60ATS Many of you have waited until after the first of the year to get that OVER- COAT or RAINCOAT :f n - you so much: "J need. Now we want to tell vbu we .My-can Deliver The Goods at any price from k $10 to $25. When you see the QUALITY of the goods and the way they are TAILORED you will admit that OUR- - PRICES on Overcoats are in keeping with the present yrices of tobacco and corn. Look at them and see if it is not true . 4 H. J. McRoberts. FOR SALEI nave aeciaea to go lo a wanner cltmsto I will offer my llllL, home for As 1 i G. L. PENNY, Chairman. CHENAULT HUCUELEV, Sec'y sale, caatatnlng two acres and 16 comfortable, bouse and all necessary outbuildings, cistern and orchard fiom 8 to 15 years old. Quar ter mile from Duddemr's mill on Dlx river, four miles cast ot Stanford and four miles south of Lancaster apply to PROF J. O. DATSON, Gilberts Crook, Ky RETURNED Have just come back from City and have a nice variety of useful and Ornamental Christmas presents. Call and see our goods. G. B. PRUIT , Moreland Ky I 1 '4 fait. ls - WRITE fry C ME FOR PRICES ON HIGH GRADE I. S. Hooker. President; S. T. (Harris, H. C Baughman, Cashier. S. W. W. Saunders, Ind. Bookkeeper DIRECTOR. F. Reid, J. H. Biughman, M D. Elmore. J. MJ Pettui.t H. C. Baughman, J. F.' Cummins, . T. Harris, 1 STATE BANK & TRUST CO., d see with what ease- tlieso wondcrtul l k little (machines develop up a load by the tirnlng ol a switch 'f and go ahead with' it. If tho power In polt)on todoll kind ot YOUR NEW YEAR POLICY. users of Stanford' fully appreciated Kentucky. Of iuoIi a. lilock Work, ,nm,Dli fact, we Should Include a resolution to protect and. Indown u arun imk nnr thin from just what can be done with the wonboot CAPITAL $ CO.OOO.OO fenco iit. W can Hnt you ti.ne worked so TOO promptly , and cuarantva Irom lost what i SURPLUS $ 50.000.00 derful "julee" there' would be a unnnl work and Ualland (rt ournrte. hard to ncqulrt Have us write yo-- i tMtora jtoh buy your inatvrlal at lea.t. RESOURCES $340,000.00 Bring this coupon lo our store Wc have a uvmis demand fop a twenty-fou- r hours a lire insurance poll')- - whirh will 8. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT W. M. BRIGHT. CASHIER, and do ns the- ad directs. jar of ASST. CASH current here that mare might avail J. B. PAXTON, makfl you Independent ot the flrv Palmolive-CreaWc will then give you absolutely No man id Jieud. 'lo SUnfonl, Ky. themxi'lves of Its ail vintages. DIREOTORSi exemiit Irom III c and your turn may for you. It free a full mzc jar of Palmolive . Shanks Stanford; W. O. Walker, Stanford; d. come before Along with its now lllehle press. won't cost you a Cream which wc ordinarily sell for W. H. Trarior UIiO-tiCreek; j. li. Pazir-- Staufi'l; i- -i nuratc mat thf. K J, has Installed a brand new W. S. FISH 50c cash. K. I Hubble Lancaster: f Ceo. W .Carter Stanford; wwi ra.vns.n run MWI cent. Chandler and Price peper cutter, 8TANFORD, KY. PHONE 200 W4 II Shuts Stanford; A. T .Nunnery Stanford: Cut the coupon-fro- p You'll fintl this cream the most whirh with its stnndaudi linotype ma I w. II. Cwmnw Preacnersvlilo; . nfurnUhtbapubllowlhlb Wburn Gooch Gilberts Creek. twft. a. ihe Nov. is- - delightful this of its kind ever 7i, lVib".'r.,.'"t "ca, aow, plant, of and Its large assortment of Rankin Lancaster; chlix T. C. klndi. bulb.. pottd now, on tbort m of Good made. sues ud and Job typa faces makes i for for funeral purpow., it sen Housekeeping. Pacific Monthly.Red. It without doubt the wrv best equip .,1f?n.nW!,,on "Mb h abo, 1 bar all ped country newspaperr oinv in the ktpd(.ofTrcUblaoa band al raa.onabl Woman's Home Companion, tirely new Book, pncvi. statrf ol Kentucky. Ladies' World. Uncle Remus' Mas- - and has SBBB pSBBBBBBSSSSBSSBSSSSaBBJB And don t forget that there are "If OlIHtHTMAN OKKKN 1IOUHRH. t azine. Decwsuesof Peoplc'aHomc all the mlgftty few papers in tne state which Ed UuakABD. faux. HUO'nnl.Ky gift their subscribers two papers a Journal, Delineator, Designer, Now quality of weeJS for the paltry sum of $1 a year NaV. ralmohve STANFORD, KY. M Idea, Blue Book.Green Book. Now is certainly the time to subscribe Fall Wlntir Snitiiifxs 19th Collicn's .Weekly. Nov. 5th Sonp, ihe toilet soaps, TAe Courier Journal' announces y Saturday Evening Post. Now 8th queen of all U'm-'m last week that Grahrm Vrceland My new fall and winter samples ara Look in the magaxinesTord Illustrated Sunday Magazine- - Mil has retired as managing editor of that 50,000 Bring it to this store. coupon. AssociatecL3unday Magazine now ready for your Inspection. TUaf CAPITAl, STOCK great paper to take a more remuner V ' Officer: PENNY'S OR L'C STORE. ative business position. Now wo nro comprise the bet on Use srkst. I . . . . W. L. McCarty. not we wtiiL an umirer Mr. President can suit any one as to price who has Vreelnnd's brand of plrtir but ye Q. U Penny, J. S. Rice, J. D. Ead THE GREATEST OF ALL QIFT8. Vice Presidents want to sav that nny business enter- Here is his clothes made to order. A suit Waynesburg. a Remedy That i J. y. Hutchesorr prises which will secure- Mir. support Cashier at Christmas, or nnv other time, IhJ made . C. ' Hays ' Foster to your measure la preferable deserves to be heartily .congratulated Cashier . Assistant good neaitu, mis is insured ryu Will Cure Eczema He will put more ginger nnd nbilltv , . . . S. A. Phillips (Delayed letter.) means ol sanitary plumbing In your to ready made clothes. To har lnlvldua into it than anj man It could posslbly "WE PROVE IT" ThH meeting closed nt the llapllst house. It you would present your them made to measure doesn't coat hae secured He Is untiringly 011 churcli wlth fifteen added to the family with a threefold blessing, cele- any the fob and his frlendVt hope he will more than ready made waa million. The newspapers ol make church thirteen of them uero baptU-ev- brate Xmas by arranging with W. K. debt of gratithe state owe him Why waste time and niouey experiWE CORDIALLY SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Sunday at two o clock on Fishing Warner and Co, for a complete sys quality and nt U tude, fnr while a member of the"Hlg from cel In and let sae taae rvtr Uro. Dunn, or Smith, did some tem of modern Four1 or "Third flotno'-- ' which abso- menting with greasy salves and lo- creel:. lutely controlled the last legislature tions, trying to, drive the eciema germ naniPbt prenchlut; and we can't help lar to roof. H. V. knur, ue Practical Tailor. be did more than any man to secure- from underneath the skin when Pen- but bullee Ibc church Is helped us W. K. WARNER, tnu pnssngo of tho ast which gave ny's Drug Store guarantees KK.MO, a oovernl (onresned and cunio back to tho press relief from an unjust libef Stanford, Ky, law. In fact the. new lnw would nrt clean liquid preparation 'lor externul tho church. Praise the Loid for ills Phont 1H. WINTER TOURIST TICKETS havj passed without his suppoituse to rid tho skin ol the germ lllo wjiulerfiil goodness to tho children that causes tho trouble? Ono appli ol men! Uro. Kluiberlin, or Crab DEATH OF "M RS.'PEPPLES cation will rulluve thu ltcblag and of. llnlshed the meeting und did Mrs. .lames I'epples, aged 40 years ten times ono bottle Is siilllcleut to the county ut cure n mum case of eczema. died at her home Jn this "Aunt Pop- Sli.glutnu U veiy low. three o'clock last Sunday week morn ZH.MO is. sold by druftsWU, everyDont think tJi will Ihe. AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS Mr. John A. tlooch, of Howluud, Is ing, leaving behind a devoted husband where and in Stanford by (1 I,.. Pen-nON iJAUU DAIL.Y VIA und they will tell you of tho marvel Uttliig relatUes heic. und three children to mourn her loss. Air. tleorgo iloguo wan at home on Mrs, Pepplea was bolovcd by all who Otis cures made by this clean slmplo "jflW treatment. KHMO and ZK.MO tsoa a fehort visit last wcei;. Undertakers ami Embalm Mrs. Phoebe Knew her and her death comes 11a Slnf.Ieton returue' me recoynlxed us the cleanest mil lOniH Irom u visit to her daughter a loss to nor loveu ones, one most pvpular trout men t for Kczotuu, eri. Also Dealers in at Somerset wns 11 noble CRrlMian woman and her pimples, dandruff and all oter folunis Mattings.Rugi. Tiiey Mr. Im JafoliK has moved to .Me whethjc on Kinney to live wllli Is sou Mr. Harry scalp will exchauge Furniture for placo will bo hard to fill. Tho funer of ukla or growu otfectious person, win you try Jacobs, wlmse wile died iniant er two GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1011. all Kinds of Stock. Give al wag held tho Monday following. ZKMO nnd ZKMO soap on our recom- mouths 040. Alts. Jacobs was loved knew her. Wo extend our Undertaker and Embamor AM. PARTICULARS, CALL ON ANY ACENT QUEEN & CRE9KHT MOTE. Them a Call. Prices Right. with Interment In the Goshen ceme mendation nnd guarantee ot satisfac- by nil who tq STANFORD, - KY- on wutb Veunya sympituy tion or your uiunoy backt thv husband ud little I It. C. KINO. Paiicnter tod Ticket Ascot, 101 C. Mla St.. LEXINQTON. KY tery. UUU&Ull,'r, Drug Store. ' ,i . Office 'Phone 167. Home 'Phone 35. STANFORD, KENTUCKY pov.-ei0.i- J. It. Harris, Bookkeeper K. C. Walton, J. S.'Hock'er, W. H. Murphy, ao. C. Robin son.!""? HANDLE THE BEST MEAL MADE AND CAN NAME A DELIVERED being obtained from "the Stafford PRICE ON ANY QUANTITY, ANY PLACE. WILLIAM A. BURNETT, Water, Light and Ice Company, and BOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, KY. it is a revelation to tlrosc who- ftove Kentucky Agency for Owl Brand Established 1901.- traallel with gasoline engines to I - drivena The new press pvwer electric motor, current COTTONSEED MEAL M Che Cittcoltt County national Bank Stanford, FREE a 50c. Jaivof ize s CONCRETING Wr nrit-clmmab-rlnl- i 1 Palmolive Cream 4 rffflffll&a. s t PHILLIPS BROS., to-da- A k- nrr n - 1 k4 ....... - .."..' ..;. - I Book-keep- " d e J,L.Beazley&Co.f nfiKBtKMFmiiR?wR - f f FLORIDA m J. C, McClary, y "vSjh 52i: 1 V Fur-uitur- -- A. f 5 .R.SBraaaVM.'' -- : w. (1 - " ;t. l y ,