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THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL.
FRIDAY, JANUARY , 1011.
The Oliver Plow Trade for 1910
was larger than any pre
Another New Stock for 1911
has just arrived.
BUY THE BEST
he Interior Journal.
HELTON 3AUFLEY Publisher
VEIIY TUESDAY AND Fill CAY
For Circuit Judge
The Interior Journnl In authorized
to announce Charles A. Hardin as n
candidate for Circuit Judge of the
Thirteenth Judicial illstrlat, nt tho
election to bo held November, lull,
subject to tho nctwn of the Demo-
CONDITION OF THE
Crab Orchard Banking Co.,
Crab Orchard, Kentucky,
At the Close of Business December 3 1st, 1910.
Banking House and Lot -
Furniture anj Fixture!
Due From Banks
W. H. HIGGINS.
i MR. FARMER: Mmke your horn u modern for your family u a ice,
eoca, and place yourself in position to get the latest market quotations
it any Unas. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone sen 'ice
which you and your neighbora can (ret for a tarn that is small compared with
fthe beaefita reoeired. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to
wadqaartera, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Far
laaers' Line" rate. If you an not at present enjoying telephone service, we
immediately interest you. Our linea corer the States of Kentucky,
t Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and
tnimois. , EAST TENNESSEE TEL. 4 TEL. CO.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
IGAN1ZED IN 1882.
CAPITAL STOCK, J5O000.
SURPLUS EARNED, $22)00.
HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $2Jt500
Conbinci Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Serrice. Modern Safety
1 Deposit Boxei for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account.
If. S. Hocker, President;
Si T. Harris, Vice-President;
H. C. Baaghman, Cashier.
" W. W. Saunders, lad. Bookkeeper
J. R. Harris, Bookkeeper
F. Raid, J. H. Baoxhman.
M D. Elmore, J. M. Pettut.
H. C. Baughmaa, J. F. Cummins,
S. T. Harris, no. C. Robinson,
E. C Walton, J. S. Hocker.
W. H. MurpHy.
Ik Cincoln County national Bank
Of Stanford Kentucky,
iPITAL $ 50.000.00
SURPLUS $ 50.000.00
, H. SHANKS. PRESIDENT1 W. M. BRIGHT. CASHIER.
. B. PAXTON. VICE-gRgajgg BEEESTER' ASST CAH
O. Walker, Stanford; rf 11. Shanks Stanford;
J. B. Paxtrn Stauf !; W. H. Traiur Jlit"rr Creek;
Geo. W .Carter Stanford; 1L L. Huhbl Lancaster;
A. T .Nuuno'li-y Stanford: W. H Shitks Stanford;
Ll'burn Gooch Gilberts Creek. W. !I. C i.'-mtus Preichcrsrlilo:
T. C. Kankln Lancaster;
8 STATE BANK & TRUST CO., !
STANFORD, KY. SJBJ
CAPITAL STOCK 150,000 BJ
President ....... . . . . . W. L. McCarty. f
Vice Presidents G. L. Penny, J. S. Rice, J. D. Eads (J
Cashier J. W. Hutcheson pj
Assistant Cashier C. Hays Foster fj
LB lnalvldual Book-keeper S. A. Phillips K
j . WE CORDIALLY SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS.
II llll Lr1H " I IIVR RM It
Tho Danville Advocate tmd n nice
little ilt of Its own last week because
the Democratic State Kxocutlvij Com
mittee did not include n populur vote D.-poriu
for United States Scnntor In the call
for the stnto primary to be held .May
L'Tth. Now we are most heartily In
favor of tho people decline U. S.
Senator, and while they ruvo not
the right to do so under the present
li.vv, wo believe ns a rule a popular
prltnar should lie held to determine
the people's choice for this olllee Hut
the present case la ono In which we
think tl.c Stntc Committee did oxuet
)y right in not Including the senator,
ship la the primary. When the op
ponents of Senator McCreary saw
that the committee would call a prl
mary, they made a fierce demand for
a senatorial call too. Their calcula
tlona were transparent to all but the
vriest tyro in politic. They flgurcrt
tint with Ollie James, an avowed
Johnson man, running for senator,
and considering James popularity In
moatern Kentucky, they' could easily
give McCreary the double-cross be
tween Janice and Johnson, or, to us
a trite expression "play both ends
against tho middle."
Those whs have heretofore been
loudest In denunciation or the com
mittee for leaving out tho senatorial
call havfr'boen mostly for Johnson for
governor, or at least anti-McCreary,
and r'alnly saw go glimmering their
hopes of a combination In the primary
by which they might overcome tho
tremendous strength which McCreary
has with the people. They yelled
first because a convention was not
colled, for they had relied upon some
similar combinations In that to de-fi-nt
McCreary. And when a primary
wa ordered, they saw but one hope
left to defeat the people's choice for
governor, and that was by forming an
alliance of their gubernatorial candi
date with a candidate for United
Our good friend of the Advocate
sems to have swallowed without due
relection. 'a goodly portion of the
dope banded out by OUIe James and
tho anti-.McCrenry people at Louis
ville last week. Wo do not believe
that the State Committee was con
ti oiled by any man or set of men with
any purpose In Uew but to give the
democrats of Kentuckj a full and fair
opportunity to register their choice
for governor, without belnc compli
c tod bv any entangling alliances, If
the candidates for senator woulu
niaKo a little more noise about v hat
they are going to do to help elect
the stato ticket till? 'all and not so
much fuss and plnylnR of tho babv
act because they didn't get Jubt what
thev wanted, the democrats of the
state will be inclined to faor then,
much more kindly when the time
comes to consider their claims.
Capital Stock ...
Fundi to Pay T
Cross Earnings M 1910 $3,61112
UndnioVd Profits 264 90
DISTRIBUTED AS FOLLOWS:
Current Eiprntrs for jrrar $1,662 48
Bad Dtbti Charged off 78 35
Dmdend No. 9. 6 prt cent - - 900 00
Carried to Surplus 300 00
TunJ. lo Pay Tat ... 300 00
Carried to Undivided Profit. 435 19
We thank old customers (or then patronage
and solicit a rontinuation of tame, and ntend to
those not keeping an account with ui a cordial
tnritaton to do to. We will endeavor lo maVe
tu li aciounli mutually agreeable and beneficial
.1. C. JIAILlSY, CiiN.iipr.
Woman's mott lor!out endowment is the power
lo awaken and hold the pure and lioncst tote of
worthy man. When the locs it and Hill loes on,
no one in the wide world can know the heart agony
he endures, Tlie woman who sufTers from weak
neit and derangement of her special womanly or
danism toon loaet the power to iway the heart of
a man. Her general health tuflers and the lotes
her ood lookt,her attractivenett, her amiability
nd her power and preitUe as woman. Dr. R.V. Pierce, ol Buffalo, N.Y., with
the auiitance of his staff of able physicians, hat prescribed for and cured many
thoutondt of women. He has devited a successful remedy for woman's ail
meats. It it known as Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription. It it s positive
apecifio for the weaknesoes and disorders peculiar lo women. It purifies, refti.
latet, ttmiheni and heals. Medidna dealers sell it. No dealer will
adrUc row to accept a substitute in order lo make a little larfer proSt.
IT MAKES WEAK WOMEJf STRONG,
SICK WOMEN WEIX.
Dr. Manor's PtmM VUxi rajviaa ast rtnmgtkm Stoat. Unr - Bmiu
n i ,i i - i
One of the handsomest calendars
seen yet is the one neat out by The
Nalooal Stockman and Farmer, of
Pittsburg, ru. It will be sent to any
one who will send 10 cents to pay
package and postage.
Us the original has been
There are thousands of
so-called "just as good"
Emulsions, but they are
not they arc simply imi
tations which are never
as good as the original.
They are like thin milk
SCOTT'S is thick like a
If you want it thin, do
it yourself with water
but dont buy it thin.
FOH fULK BT ALLDtlCGOISTa
Sb4 lfc.. nam of fpe anj UU a4. lor rmr
brautlfiil Barton Bank and Chlld'a blctcb lln k.
).ch bank contains a Good Luck rnar.
SCOTT & DOWNK. 409 Peul SL, New York '
GET YOUR GUN
WHILE VOU CAN
At TktM IINtolMsty Ltv
Regardless of Cost They Go
. For Cash to Close Out
THE FOLLOWINO IS YOUR LAST
AND BEST OPPORTUNITY:
8lngle Gun $ 5.25 3.75
Single Gun 6.50..... 4J5
Double Gun 1X50 11.00
Double Gun 16.00 1?,00
Double Gun 20.00 16.50
Double Gun 16.00 12.00
Double Gun 30 00 .... 24 50
Double Gun 13.50 10.75
Double Gun 12.50 9.75
Double Gun 13.50 , 11.00
Double Gun 18.50. .. . 14.75
Double Gun 15.00 11.75
Doubel Gun 18.50 15 25
GEORGE H. FARRIS.
You can with safety wearlpatch
ed clothes or an old hat, but never
can you in safety wear any thing
but a FIRST-CLASS SHOE these
wet, cold days.
A good shoe is Dryer, more com
fortable, looks better and 'is much
cheaper in the end. We firmly be
lieve that nocne can show you as
good a stock of work shoes as can
we, in regular 6-inch; 9;inch, 12
inch or 15-inch top, in both tan and
black at prices from $2.50Jto $10.
The best that machinery can pro
duce. H. 3. McRoberts.
Aa i nate aeciaco to ko to a warmer
clfmate I will offer my liut,, horn for
sale, cantalnleg two acrrs and IC
l-olen, comfortable, houe and alt
recesaary outbuiw'lnrs, cistern and
orchard, from 8 to 15 years old. Quit
ter mile from t)udde;r's mill on Dlx
rrrvr, lour miles east of Stanford
and four mile south of Lancaster,
apply to PROF. J. D. OATSON,
Gilberts Creek, Ky.
--I . I IJK
KEPT THE KING AT HOME
"Kor the pat year hnvei kept tho
King of all laxative Dr. King's New
Ule rill;) Inour bortK1 asd tby have
proed n ble.'slng to all trar family,
rtte Paul Mathulks, of lluffaJo N.
Vy. but srurc rrniody for atil
itomach, liver and kidney troubles.
Only iS ctnts at Penny's Dm Store.
Have just .come
back from City and
have a. nice variety
of useful tad Orna
presents. Call and
see our goods.
G. B. PRUIT,
I Moreland Ky
Wear In position to do nil kinds of eon
emtac. such as Hloch. Work. i-nTfmanlt
and, la tact. w enn mnki any thlru from a
nous down ton fenc oat W ru ri
TOO sromptly and fuarnnti. nrst-elass
workrind mat. rll (Inll nml art our nrlcos
batort you buy your tnntrlnl at least
YOUR NEW YEAR POLICY.
WINTER TOURIST TICKETS
AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS
ON SAUB OAIL.V
GOOD RCTURWINC UNTIL MAY 31, 1911.
HI MU MKTIMaIS, WU m UN MT PIN ft CKattUT MOTE,
N. C KBMt, Paaataiar sa4 Taskat Afttrt. 101 E. Ula St, LCXINQTO.'. KY.
The Smithland Banner published in
Livingston county, lets out a great
"holler" that the Sandard Oil Com
pnn controlled the nction of the
Democratic State Committee In call
Irk a prtrasry to r.arac a candidate
for i;ovrnor. If that Is no- und n
don't believe It is thu S. O. iu rather
more Inclined to i;lve the people what
thy want hnn many captious critics
of thttt famous octopus hae beu will
Ihk to concede In tte rist. We would.
how over coll' the .attention of 7"
Dinner to the Inct that the profuh
!onnl h'KislatUo lobbyist of the
Standard Oil Company tit Krankfon
Is nn unlfiit chaiupion of th ilon
Hen Johnson lor iroteruor As the
S. O. political ropiesentathe undent
nbly faors those cutnlulntatf for of
fico most friendly to ills tuahtiT, and
as Den Johnson wonted n convention
the ery worst kind, It seems to u
that tho discrepancy betueon the
above stiteinento Is linpoxslblo ot ex
pinnntion. uueis again, tiro. i.anurim
WRITE ME FOR PRICES ON HIGH GRADE
I HANDLE THE BEST MEAL MAD E AND CAN
PRICE ON ANY QUANTITY, ANY PLACE.
WILLIAM A. BURNETT,
BOURBON 8TOCK YARDS.
Kentucky Agency for Owl Drand
NAME A DELIVERED
CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE!
.Sliuuld Include a resolution to protect
from Mm what jou h.ive worked so I can furnish th.-iiuiiiic-.itii o, i,t ,,
h.trd to acquire Unto u, write ,ou KWiR iXilSl SSll ".'noVt'
a lire Inst'rnnre policy which will 1',,lc- A"J " siialtr o wribt
make ou Ind.'p.ndpnt ot tho tlr. ia; , inntionwKTA.ano,, lhT. u
ltend. To t to-day No man IK lnds:of WsrlaLIra on band at rrasonnblx
cXfinnt trnrn llr nnil vnnr ritrn mnv . ""-
tome before to-morrow
W. S. FISH 1
8TANFORD, KY. PHOfte 200
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID
FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES
WmI on Ctmailolon. Writs lor pries
Hit menMonlag Ihlt ti.
JOHN WHITE S CO. SSSmSa.
FREE & 50c Jar of
riir Iiitr-rior Jouinal has been ko
torn up iltirlnt' tho past wok utttij
moving uiicl liit-tullution of it
now prei-H.' that wo an ante . 1
fileiuU will overlook any dclloieticU' I
In this issuu.
We hnvo a rcfi
tilnr siru jar of tho
Here's soinqthlng good for I J., real
ers: The ('liiclnintl Post dallv on '
year; the Inlet lor Journal ono j oi;r '
and tho I'osI'm beautiful l'Jll Wood-!
laud Calendar all for SI' 50. This of
fer is good f on both new subscribers
aud old ones who renew. The Calen
dar Is a h'uut?4 while most everyone
knows what Tipers are. This
Is a bargali
to the Inter
at oa cs-
Cream for you. It
wont co&t ou n
Cut the coupon
from llto Nov. is
sues ot vjoou . made.
Housckccpinc.PacificMontlily.RcJ lis cn
Book. Woman's i lomo Companion, tircly new
LsrJ.cs Wcrl J, Undo Remus' Ma.
azinc. Dec. issucsof People's! lomo
Journal, Delineator, Designer, New
IJca, Blue Book, Green Book. Nov.
19th Collier's Weekly. Nov. 5th
Saturday Evening Post. Nov. 6th
Illustrated Sunday. Majaiine an J
Associated Sunday Magazine.
Bring this coupon to our store
and do as the ad directs.
We will then zivc you absolutely
free a full size jar of Palmolivo
Cream which we ordinarily sell for
You'll find this cream the most
delightful tlnnu of its kind ever
sssssa . tssssssssssssssssssssssssssss
Kn MrilMAHII. I'HUH.
Fall lid Winter Suitings
queen of all toilet soaps.
Look in the mattatinea for tha
coupon. Bring it to thia store.
THE GREATEST OF ALL GIFTS,
at Christmas, or un other time, Is
good health, This is Insured by
uicnns ol sanitary plumbing In your
nnui.li if you would present your
tmniiy with a threeroic blessing, cele
brate .Xinns by arranging with W K
Warner mid Co , for n complete sys
tern of modi'rn up to-datu from col
lar to roof.
W. K. WARNER,
T.(re iod. GUnford, Ky.
ssss aa sh aBHaasWSBS
J. C. McClary,
My new (all and winter nuip. ire
now ready for your Inspection. They
comprise tho fet oa the market. 1
can suit any oue as to price who has
bis clothes matlo to order. A suit
made to your iheasuru Is preferable
to ready made lothcs. To hare
them mado to a A ami re doesn't cost
any moro than rwjdy uudo. when
quality and fit u s wioarr a. uiat
In and let ma uu I'aar lutMuurtx
IL O. Knploi. UBa
FRUIT AND 8HAIOE TREES
Everything for Orchard Lawn
Write for Iteo Cntalog I". No. Agents
H. F. HILLENMEYf.lt & 80NS.
PENNY'S DRUG STORE
UnJ4trtakr and Imbmer
TAWFOHO, - Y-
Office PaUiC 1(7. HOSBO 'PftOM l
Undertakers and Embalm,
en. Also Dealers in Fur
will eacliange Furniture for
all KiadU oi Block. CHt.
tfcwa a Call. Prices Right