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I J THE JNTERIQRJOURNALi I II I jVOL XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 14 1910 4N1t 92 c- rtt1WJIEl7i r J GOST I JI 1 Qc JIi J 1 I t it 1 Shoes Cjothiii Furnishings f I It CommencingI I I Januaryf 15th 1910fc And Continuing 3O Daysja 4 IY Owing to the unfavorable Fall Season brought about by the exceeding warm weather during the months of October arrivalofand continuing 30 days Our stock consists of a full and complete line oft I Boys MensandChildrens Clothing Overcoats Mensi Ladies and Childrens Shoes Rubbers Hats I Caps Underwear Shirts Trunks EtcI I i nI11 d Please remember that everything goes nothing reserved Hart Schaffer Marx Suits and Overcoats Hanri- Shoes and Stetson Hats Queen Quality Shoes for Ladies included in this sale Below we give a few prices Come and see for yourself Terms strictly SPOT CASH during this sale Nothing charged to any one E CLOTHING AND OVERCOATS I 22 50 and 825 Suits and Overcoats 817 50 l 818 and 820 Suits and Overcoats 812 50 812 00 and 15 Suits and Overcoats 89 00 l 10 Suits and Uvorcoubf j 8675 and Overcoats 85 00 8 50 Suits We have 50 Suite in Sizes JJ43536 iu 810 812and7tl6 goods to Close at 8298 SHOES ip Mens Iligh top and Heavy ShocsPafcnl rka fe Vicl Kid and Gun fL V1 f A Metal rg g Patent tot 1tU 9 Hanan85 50 and 86 xf86 and 813 llauau Kid Avi 1 f 8r00 it8J 00 Slidest85 Hlgh top i 1Ak i yD 00 84 Iligh top Shoes v C65 83 50 Iligh top Slides A 1 62 25 83 High top Shoes v V ShoesSl2 50 Iiigh top 1 G i 82 Hightop Shoes I 75 Pairs Douglas Shoes in Patent Leather Vicl Kid and Box Calf Leather 83 83 50 Grades To Close at 82 per Pair I LADIES SHOES l 84 Queen Quality 82 98 83 50 Queen Quality 82 05 83 Queen Quality 82 25 2 50 Shoes 81 90 82 Shoes 81 60 81 50 Shoes 81 20 flu above includes Patent Vici Kid and Gun Metal Leather We have 100 Pairs LadiesVTan Oxfords iu 83 nod 83 50 Grades to close at 81 98 Childrens and Boys Shoes 40c to3 HATS AND CAPS 81 Stetson Hats S3 25 f 83 50 Stetson Hats h 82 85y 83 Hats 82 25 I 82 50 Hats 81 90 82 Hatsr SI 50 81 50 Hats H 1 15 Our lot of Mens Boys and Childrens Caps in 25c and 50c Grade toi close at 15c Boys Suits r Boys Twopiece Suits 75c to 85 04 Boys Knee Pants 20c to V Sf25 Boys Heavy Fleeced Underwear lU Boys Heavy Union Suits v 38 Mens Underwear 25c to IL M ens Heavy Fleeced Underwear 50c 38 Mens Wrights Fleeced Underwear 1 00 now 76 Mens Shirts 60c now 38 Mens Shirts 75c 50 Mens Shirts Monarch 81 75 n Mens Shirts Monarch 81 60 1 15 Mens Ties 2oc 0 10 Men s Ties 50c 4 r 38 Mens Sox lOc rTMens Sox 25c y T 1 i r x19 Mens Corduroy PantSj 125tor OQ Mens Kersey Pants l 00 W 2 00 c i- j i GrR f j 1h rc jnA i In fact every thing in our house goes nothing reserved Now is your chance So come early before the tdtlf is pickedover Sale commences Saturday Jan 15th and continues 30 days only I CUMMINS WEAREN STANFORDI y f t 7 Jl The interior Journal Eo C WALTON HON HARVEYHELM A bronominationdistrict subject to the action of tho demo p cratlo party J NOT Mr Carnegie and his millions In steel but a woman with millions loft her by her husband heads tho list or personal tax assessments made public in New York She is Mrs Emma B Kennedy widow of the late John S f Kennedy who left 6000000 to charity when he died recently and she must pay taxes on personal property valued at 6000000 Mr Carnegie who top ped the list last year tied this year for second place with Mrs Russell Sage at 5000000 John D Rockefeller comes third with personal property valued at 2500000 and in fourth place are Flor ence Amsinck Bessie McLeod Leggett I and W K Vanderbilt each assessed for 1000000 William K Vanderbilt Jr is listed for half a million Col Morganiis down for 250000 Jacob H Schiff for 200000 and August Belmont and Thomas F Ryan for 100000 each A MOVEMENT that has assumed large proportions at Frankfort is the one 1 which has for its purpose tho appropriation of 15000 or 20000 by the Legislature for a statue of Gov Wil liam Goebel to be placed in the center of the rotunda of the new State Capitol building It is argued that the handsome new pile is complete in every particular with the exception that a figure in bronze or marble would set off the rotunda and nothing could be more fitting than thus to honor Kentuckys martyred Governor TOE Kentucky Evening Gazette of Lexington which has been edited by Mr W P Walton for some six months is a thing of the past It has not prov ed a money maker and the owners a number of Fayette county democrats decided to suspend its publication Mr Walton had no stock in It REPRESENTATIVE CREEKMORE of the county of Whitley will introduce a bill in the Legislature for the creation of another county to be formed from the tail end portions of Whitley Pulas ki and Wayne counties Similar bills have been introduced at each Legisla tive session for years CARRYING an appropriation of 95 200 000 for the maintenance of the arm y for the fiscal year of 1911 the army appropriation bll passed tho House by a vote of 183 to 106 present and not vot ing 9 The opposition was due to the fact that the department estimates were exceeded A BELATED letter of sympathy was received by Mrs John A Johnson wid ow of the former Governor of Minno BOU from former President Roosevelt The letter was written with an indeli ble pencil and on an ordinary sheet of note paper and was dated November 15 POLITICAL Mrs Mary L Tarter has been ap pointed postmaster at Gilpin in Casey countyFormer Mayor John F Fitzgerald won the mayoralty fight in Boston de feating the socalled reform forces led by James J Storrow by 1123 votes Representative Townsend introduced in the House the bill embodying the recommendations outlined in the special message of President Taft for I amendments to the interstate commerce law The power of the party caucus will 4 be invoked in the House in the effort to suppress the revolt of the insurgents The leaders decided that whenever the insurgents as a body differ with the majority the caucus shall determine the party courseiGeorge S Wilson speaker of the House has announced the names of those composing his Rules Committee They are as fellows George S Wil son exbfTicIo member and chairman W H Shanks Lincoln county H A Schoeberth Woodford county W F Klair Lexington J F Porter Web ster county S M Russell Todd coun ty M F Pogue Crittenden and Livingston counties J T Buford Frank fort C F Crecelius Pendleton county Twelve new offices were created in the Senate during the session Monday Those appointed to places under the terms of the resolution creating the of fices are Oscar Vest of Owen county mail clerk Miss Annie Nourse Frankfort copyist Mrs Ella Hutchi son Ellwanger Frankfort copyist Welsh Wilds of Nlcholasville reader Dave Haley Owen county assistant guard Gaston Poole Murray stenog rapher 0 W Faulkner Lexington clerk to committees Wharton Renoke Harrison county special messenger John Gaines Frankfort page for Lieut Gov Cox Frank Chapman Falmouth bill clerk B J Oliver son of Senator Oliver of Allen county assistant door keeper None of these offices fa to have attached a salary in excess of 5a day I T A Fielded of Ashland will succeed Editor Sam Roberts as collector at Lex ington Representative Lloyd of Missouri says the chances of the democrats car rying tho next National House are brighter than at any time since 1892 Herman D Newcomb of Louisville has introduced a bill doing away with hangings He would have criminals electrocuted in the Frankfort peniten tiaryLudlow F Petty of Shelbyville has been appointed to the collectorship of the Louistllle district A L Patrick was appointed U S Marshal for tho Eastern Kentucky district A Frankfort dispatch says Tho big rug for the reception room was receiv ed from Austria and placed upon the hardwood floor The rug has a delicate 80Ct1est1800 The rug Is one of the very finest that can be woven by the skilled Austrian rugmakers and matches well the other handsome furnishings of the CapitolA special says PresI- dent Taft and Senator Bradley had a long conference over thoJFederal offices in Kentucky The Senator called pri marily to urge the appointment of Judge Cochran of thelEastern district to the Sixth circuit judgeship but was informed by the President that he had already decided upon Judge Loyal E Knappen of Michigan to preside over the Kentucky TennesseeOhioMichigan circuit HDSTONVILLE During the severe weather of the past week our live stock dealers have shipped only one car of hogs and butch er cattle at 7ic and 3 to 4c respectively Work on the Lair building on Main street is being pushed despite the un favorable weather and the contractor hopes to have it ready for occupancy by Feb 1st Just afewmore samples of those bargain suits andlovercoats Have your measure taken before it is too late Adams Bros Hustonville The person who borrowed my husbands shot gun some time before his deathjwill please reJurn it to me at once Mrs T J Robinson Huston yule Howard Camnitz lIable to sit up af ter a weeks illness of grip Elwood Weatherford who has been sick for a week is better and returned to college Monday C L Holmes a veteran com mercial pilgrim of Louisville spent Sunday at Hotel M Weatherford No more reliable salesman ever carried a grip than Lou Our Graded School resumed work on Monday after a 10 days holiday Teach ers and students agree that a little rest fa good to renew the physical nature All entered upon the new years duties with renewed energy and a hearty en thusiasm The students of last year were all present and in addition the following pupils have been enrolled Julius McKinney Robert Nunnelley Bowman Myers Rose Dunn Martha Tucker Robbie Tucker Jessie Riffe Mamie McKinney and Dillis May Suth erland An honor roll beginning Dec 1 has been established tho requirements of which are that pupils whose daily average is 99 or over and who have not been absent or tardy during the month shall be placed on the roll and the same will be published The honor roll for December Is Isa Floyd Anna Floyd Paul Willis Dunn San dldge Mamie North Roberta Blain Marie Floyd Kathryn McClure- MATRIMONIAL Charles Robbins and Miss Mary Da vis were made one at Jack Davis on the 12th Ar Henry L Casey and Miss Nellie Fogarty were married at the Catholic church in Danville Miss Margare Leavitt daughter of a New York multimillionaire was married to her chauffer Beardsley Wilhite sold a very fine horse to Dr Hi L Casey The animal was bought for the Mexican govern ment The price was 1350 Advocate Charles I Stewart formerly editor of the Lexington Gazette but now ed- Iting a paper at Enid Okla was married at Lexington to Miss Margaret O BrienA of the day was that of Miss Rose Loveman and Mr H G Bridgewater which was solemnized at the Jewish synagogue The event will be of much interest to the friends of the young people throughout the city The officiating divine was Rabbi Newfield and there were no attend ants The event was most quiet only relatives and intimate friends being present The bride was gowned in a traveling costume of blue with which she woro hat shoes and gloves to match Immediately after the ceremo ny the young people left for Jacksonville Fla where they will spend some two weeks Upon their return they will make their home at 1303 Ina street The bride Is wellknown in this city while tho groom Is connected with the Frisco system Birmingham News Mr Bridgewater ia an old Lincoln county boy Ho went from Moreland a few promotions the master mechanic of the Frisco sys teals J Claims A N1p Motes Accounts Anywhere In NO MAYS CHARGES MADE WHERE WOODSON UNLESS CollectionsAuctioneer 1m Somerset IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Richmond had two births to one death last year TilE wife of Attorney lien F Johnson Is dead nt LondonI DOllingli9zen of Washington county is dead aged 67- Mrs Mary Bell Allen widow of Rev James Allen and daughter of John F Bell is dead at Danville R Robinson has moved his business into one of the new structures on Mt Vernon street Somerset Journal Frank Ward of Plttsburg was killed by a falling slate in the Whitefield mines at Straight Creek Bell county Flem Robinson who killed Al Mc Roberts in Boyle was given a life sentence Five of tho jurors were for hanging Luther Sharpe a Q C brakeman Is in jail at Somerset charged with at tempting to assassinate Section Foreman William McKee + William McKee section foreman of the Q C was shot near Sloans Valley Pulaski county by unknown par ties and probably fatally wounded 0 J Thurmond received a telegram announcing the death of the fiveyear old daughter of his ulster Mrs Wm Graves at Ash Grove MoAdvo cateThe handsome residence of Col E W Lillard of Danville was burned to I the ground with a loss of of about 12000 The origin of tho blaze is un knownJudge 0 H Waddle hat been ap pointed special judge ot the the Boyle circuitcourt to sit in the Gray will case Judge Saufley has been acting as one of the attorneys in the controversy- A recent dispatch from Nashvillesaya a lunacy inquiry is being held there upon Mrs Eliza Plunkett She is a sister of the late Thomas Swope the multimillionaire of Kansas City who died recentlyThe of an unidentified white man was taken from tho burning mind of the Interstate Coal Company near Barbourville Death had been caused by black damp and had ensued several days previous to the finding of the bo dy Ono thousand and fortyfive pupils with room for seating onlv 840 is the condition that confronts the Middlesbo ro authorities The school enrollment is the heaviest known there and it is believed a new building will have to be erected to accommodate the overflow OTTENHEIM The people of this section put away their wheel conveyances this week and got out their sleds and sleighs 1 J D Morgan has bought part of the Russell farm near this placd for 950 and will raise a tobacco crop this year Mrs W T B White mother of W T White the merchant of this place will make her home with him this win terWm Dychouse is preparing to move hrs saw mill to Joe Lawsons place where will soon be ready to do sawing for the general public Andy McKinney has moved to Gar rard county and it Is with feeling of regret that his neighbors give him up as he was a good citizen Clarence Woods who has been living at Pine Hill has moved back to this neighborhood and is preparing to raise a tobacco crop this year The pikes in this section are getting in a dangerous condition In many places they have caved in leaving great holes in the center of the road bed Bear hunters are preparing to start out from Whitesburg in an effort to locate the bears that are reported to be roaming about near Cowans Ridge Judge John Calvin Reed a prominent attorney of Montgomery Ala is dead Dinwiddie Cpi Hustonville Ky9 Undertakers and Embalmers We carry an uptodate line of goods a g a F r w r I r I offer my ervlci to the people of Lin coin county t I ii n nuutlmiror HutUfnctlou MjjWHUHTKHIKcsldencoTuriiersvllle FOR SALE 1 lIutonIliulItUeuIllr Hustouvillv Ky JeJ BELDEN For House and Carriage ming Paper Hanging Uun and Locksmith Ing HUop J J IIzLDF Stanford Ky FOR SALE I foyer Hotel at Orab Orchard olio store UltJoiningroom All necessary outbuildings M1W OUHTIft ClOVKIt Crab Orchard Ky Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to tell privately my stock of Oro cerleaand n good bust ItealouIIICIEO U HOlPEH HtnnfonlKy Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Lin wiltbeTuesday In January IIIICI for the purpose Qf electing director fur ill ensuing year WM humour Cash- ierStockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Na tional bank of Ilustonvllewlll be held at their banking houso in lluilonvlllo the sec and Tuesday In January lele between Sand UA x for tbo purpose of electing dlreo ors to servo tbe ensuing year J W ItocKBM Cashier B D CARTER Now LIvon- Dopot Stroot Phono 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY Harry Jacobs IDeler In and Manufacturer ot Marblo and Cranlto Monu monts Markers and 1osti Cemetery and Lawn Vases and tlettees anworks Mc Kinney K- yFARM FOR SALE 1 A Nol faun of 145 acres House has four goodbcunland Is about hull Virgin soil adapted to raising grass haYjcorn wheat oats hemp and cco grass except about 00 acres and I on the pike nURr Rood churches and depot and bill a good orchard and outhouseLock Box 181 Htanford Kentucky LADY WANTED To Introduce our ery complete Hpring line of beautiful wool suitings wash fabrics fancy phUng IlIk etc hdklIcel onu petticoats All up to date N Y City Pat terns Finest line on tho market Dealing wllllll1llourprlcellowand full Instructions packed In neat sample case shipped express prepaid No money required Exclusive territory Write lor particulars Be Jim to apply HTAVDAllD DKK88 GOODS CO DKPT F 1 Blngbamlon Ni Y POSTED whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting lihing or any kind of tres passing on our places and prosecute vi olator to the full extent of the law Miss Mottle pewee llelchenbach Bros Fred Baumann A T Traylor Lllburn Uoocb N 11 Ilummer Will Hester K 0 Nunnelley J W Baugbman J W Peck J E Bruce David Htevenl John Oamenlsch WmOordler Van Traylor M 1 Klniore lotllbOllck Fred llundorf JJThompson D M Anderson J F Moier Mr and Mrs Jas II Kods A KlbatA Mrs N J Horton J J Elliott Mrs Coo Logan W n Dougherty Frank OordKr Ilev Father Leo IIrUOPerry- Ii W Oalnllhfl H Baughmon Uriah D Hoot Mrs Margaret Goocli Jacob Gander Civo O Given W II Traylor Ham Uouorts John JUfor Amend Schaefer 31 J Hofmnnn- KT Beazley A U Matbeny iiH Garner Mrs J BOwsloy 14 J Morgan BLFagDloy H T Harris It O Watk III JUHnndlcy It H Crow Mrs NannloB Good O K McOlure Anderson Oarr Anton Uonecker W M Dlshon Fred VonGruonlgan T L J1l1l1ghmolliloin Kate Ador Nlc It Carpenter W Kopntz M K Lawrence John H Lee D Hevlers OhrUtlan Jacob Tom Kerrtll W W Pltrnun Fred Puyk UarlerisHOAnderson W D Gooch GusGoltzl T A lllce Ileubtm Curtis Chris Oamenlsoh James Smith Tlnsloy Bpoonamore P W Carter A L Carter B W Galnes iVV P J L Holtzolaw W M Fields lUKGnlncs Mrs Mattie White Miss Mary Poppies WE Keton James MMMC A LTherpsos c I I If Y PPPT+t+t+ + + + +++ +++++++ +iN- a I What is as important at this season of the year than good dry serviceable L cc1wetaSho- es rthat will wear well and keep the feet 1 practically dry the most foolish person is he I I who neglects his feet in Winter We do our J very best to getthe longest wearing and dry + est footwear possible That he- avyWalkover 1 t calf shoe at 350 and 4 The Hocker Bootee leather lined at 5 Old Honest Mike I boots and shoes you all know and that boys Level Best School shoe just a little better than anybodys at 2 225 and 250 according to size When it comes to Rubber Goods we have them all beaten a block Our all rubber arctics at 225 and 250 our rub ber boot at 4 and our 6 rubber boot with hand sewed leather soles are all in a class by themselves The best rubber footwear on the globe pretty strong but its true I it H J 1IIcROBERTSfi STANFORD KENTUCKY y n FIE3EfaerE Eat aIE IG L Penny II H Coffey E ft Coleman m mmmtelStrength It is Especially Useful For IoN 1 Lt i tee a- tddlNd m I Ar IB mIPENNYS DRUG STORE m Stanford Kentucky 111 BB BB BBBB EBJ2ZJ I American Wire Fence GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford H B NORTHCOTT j Dealer in Live and Dressed Poultry Eggs Ice Coal Wool Hides Furs Salt Gin I seng and Feathers I PHONE 35 LANCASTER KYjBRANCH HOUSE STANFORD KY Thurman K Tudor Mgr Telephone No 153 H B NORTHCOTT Stanford Ir iiA c rwWi it =h eAllf f t I t k i I s These Days Are Good Days I For White Sewing New White Goods New Embroideriest New Laces 112i ri 1 1 Special All Linen Laces At 5 Cents Per Yard t y 1 k L SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY I The Interior Journal I STANFOUD KY JAN 14 1910 i 4 t SOME great bargains in box paper nro being dOlled out to room for now + itock at Pennys Drug Store 1 PERSONALS V Miss EMMA HAYS Is quite sick l MB W 0 WALKER was at London t Tuesday GEORGE BURDBTTE is down with pneumoniaMRS DILUON visited Lan- clllIter friends to tho wlfo of Fred Baumann Jr a daughter C K MARTIN is now collector for tho r Stanford Water Light Ico Co MISS ALZA THOMPSON of Mt Vcr non visited her ulster Mrs Logan R Hughes A UTTLE son has arrived to bless the union of Mr and Mrs Stroud Gooch of McKinney MRS J P LAllUE Is up from Louis vlllo with her parents Col and Mrs W H Duddcrar MESDAMES LUCINDA GRINSTEAD and J W Ireland spent Wednesday with Danville relatives CArT B F POWELL will go to Mar tinsvlllo Ind next week to rid himself of rheumatism MRS BIRDIE BRENT of North Salem a Ind Is visiting tho family of W A 11 Brent In the East End Mite S M ALLEN and children of I MUlcrsburc are with her parents Mr and Mrs IL P Woods MESDAMES MlLDKSD BEAZLEY of 4 Lancaster nnd W S Beailcy of Los 1 Angeles wero guests of Mrs W W flaysMiss SorimoNlA EADS tho pretty daughter of Mr J H Eads has gone to Humble Texas to visit her sister I Mm J A McBeath MR t A BRENT who has been a sufferer from rheumatism for some time will try the virtue of Martins vllle water for a while MR J W ALLEN is very low with I pneumonia at Huatonville Mr John G Lynn also of that place who is III with the same disease Is improving MR G J CUNNINGIIAM and family 04 of Hustonvllle have moved to the farm i of Mrs Bcssio DeLong which they have leased for the year 1910 Mr J P Harper of Salisbury N C will- i join his wlfo at Mr T 1 Crows to dayAdvocateLOCALS I IP you are looking for fresh oysters and celery go to J D HortonB relau rantSEVERALshareaof First National Bank stock have changed hands here aUI50 POR SALE Good building lot on 1 r Whitley avenue Bargain if sold at once Thlslofllcc i Jon printer wanted at once Must be able to feed a cylinder press and do all kinds of printing This olnce WANTED ThrCO good solicitors In each county Good proposition Ad dress G W B 464 Rose street Lex ington Ky + AN examination for appointment to tho State Normal at Richmond Ky I will be hold In my fflce Jan 21 Gar land SlngIatonSuperlntendcnt TUB Girl of the Golden West ono of Bolascos bcstlplays will bo the bill k at Waltons Opera House tonight Friday Tomorrow night Tho Darkest Hour MANAGER EMIL Gltbag cut lout vaudeville at the Theotorium find- Ing It did not drawj well Ho will con tinue his moving picture show until fur Ithelnotice TUB Endeavorers the Christla I chnrch are earnestly desired to attend the Christian EndcavorlSodety on Saturday I night 16 and each bring a can die Program CommitteeI Ladies Aid Societyof ITilE will meet in tho lectureI 1room of the church at 230 Saturday I ternoon Officers will Ibo elected andt f a full attendance is 5IPEARL EVANS LEWIS and her compa ny began a threonlghts engagement at Waltons Opera House under most t favorable circumstances lost night Popular prices 16c 25c and 35e FOR SALEA secondhand top bug gy This office PIANO FOR SALLSquaia variety Will sell cheap Apply at this office WANTED to buy v a goodLincoln coun ty farm of the value of 20000 to 30 000 Address Lock Box 201 Stanford Ky LOST between Morcland and Kldda Store containing two blankets and other articles G B Pruitt More land II M BALLOU thee Lancaster groc eryman has sold his store to Holtzclaw Ball Mr Bullou is in very bad health THE Lancaster Record gives this good advice Turn two new leaves ono to quit tattling and the other to be more charitable To e TAXPAYERS LINCOLN COUNTYI will have to advertise and sell your property after Jan Ilf your tax is not paid In order to make my final settle ment with the State and county SetI tie up and savo this expense T Hill sheriff FOREST HUGHES tho three month old son of Mr and Mrs N W Hughes of Siwanee street died early Tuesday morning of pneumonia The tuners was hold at the house Wednesday morn- Ing at 10 oclock Rev W T Wells preaching tho sermon Interment was made in tho Harriman cemetery Har riman Journal Mr Hughes formerly of this county and is a well known school teacher I w THE stockholdersoafthe Lincoln County National Bank at their election Tuesday elected the old board with tho exception of Mr W 0 Walker who succeeded Dr J B Owsley Tho doctor would servo no longer Tho First National Bank elected the old boars save that E C Walton was put in the placo of Dr W B OBannon who re signed The directors in turn elected tho old officer- sRIGNEYMr R M Rigney famil larly known as Robin II died at Kings Mountain Jan 10 at 6 r M of menin gitis lie was stricken Saturday morn- Ing and in very few hours was unconscious and remained so until the last Ho leaves a wife and three children two of them married All were with him when tho end came Ho was a member of the Christian church and of the Knights of Maccabees He was a lumber inspector and had many friends hero and elsewhere who deeply sympa thize with the family J W ACTON THE following aro the announcements for the Anti Saloon Field Day in Lln lcoin county next Supday Stanford Baptist church at 11 A M Mr D W White Christian church at 11 A M Rev T S Buckingham Presbyteriai church at 7 P M Mr D W White The congregations of the Methodist and Presbyterian churches are expected to worship with the other churches In tho morning and at the night service ill will meet together At the Huston villa Christian church Rev C B Aren dall will speak at 11 A M nnd at night at McKinney Rev T S Buckingham will speak in the Baptist church at Crab Orchard at 7 p M These men come under the authority of the League and a largo attendance la hoped for ENGLEMAN After an illness of a month or more Mr Reuben C Englcman Sr breathed his last Tuesday night aged 77 He Is survived by two sons and two daughters and two brothers including Mr John H Engleman of this place Ills wife who was Miss Salllc M Bryant preceded him to the grave 20 years Mr Engleman was born in this countyand most of his long life waS spent here He was a kind heart ed man and his numerous friends and relatives here and elsewhere aro griev ed that he is no longer with them in thoI flesh Some two or three years ago ho professed religion and united with the Christian church and since had been a devout Christian Some time ago a handsome Bible was given him and he spent much time since in search ng tho scriptures Tho funeral was preached at the Coffey House whereto boarded by Revs Ballou and Walk er Wednesday afternoon after which ho remains were laid to rest In Buffalo Cemetery Those of his children who live hero are Mrs Laura Hundley and 11bim u WANTED To RENTA house of six or seven rooms W W White WE aro having all sorts but Iood weather now Yesterday was about tho worst day ever I HAVE for salo Momahogan sideboard and a 16foot mahogany table See A P Brackett at once if you wan one or both LOST between the depot and Cicer Reynolds u blue enameled pin bearing the Inscription Panama Reward Miss Mary Bruce TALK before buying a type writer and see sample dt my home T A Brackott local agent for Standard Typewriter Exchange New York THE Lincoln Fairclaims Ita old dates and a rousing exhibition may bo expected here this year Check for tho old stock will be sent out by Secretary James F Cummins abou Feb 1- MAS New Husband Co gave a crcd ltablo performance to a small crowd at Waltons Opera House Tuesday night The patronage was nothing like as tool as the show deserved The Dixii Girl Co began a throenights en gagement last night and the prospect for good crowds were flattering CARD OP TIiANKsWe desire to express our sincere thanks to the man friends and relatives also to our kind and sympathetic physicians for their goodness and kindness to us during tho Illness and death of our darling Stella May our Heavenly Fathers riches blessings ever be theirs Mr and Mrs T N Butt and family IF the temperance people had spent the money they paid for speakers in the recent campaign for the prosecution and riddance of tho blind tiger operator they would have won in the election held at Somerset Dec 7II said a citl zen of that place to us the other day Our local optionista might do well to ponder over this statement GOES TO STANFDIpMr W S Fish who has been engaged in business at Paint Lick for many years has engaged in the insurance and real estate bus- Iness at Stanford and will locate in tha thriving city Mr Fish is a fine citizen and has legions of friends here and at Paint Lick who extend to him ever good wish Richmond Climax IN honor of Mrs Birdie Brent oC North Salem Ind a most enjoyable social was given by Miss Lizzie Brent of the East End After playing man games and a good time generally to all fruits were served Some of thus present were Misses Litlio Garner Nell Newland Stella Nowland Garnet Scott Jennie Rodgers Messrs 0 Ca tron Will Garner Marshall Newland Oscar Holtzclaw James Bowland Robert Holtzclaw Paul Newland Clyd Curtis A FRIEND WE mention it at the time ho was sworn in butt N Menefee Jr is now city judge having succeeded Judge W A Tribble who filled the of flee most creditably Judge Menefcoii well qualified for the office he holds being a lawyer and a geptleman of good judgment He has a splendid opportunity to help Stanford and we hope and believe he will do so Many laws are daily broken here and if bo will make it hot for the violators ho will have done his full duty In his effort to mako Stanford a better town moral ly and otherwise he has tho support of all good people and his home paper LITTLE GIANT OF LINCOLN Jesso M Alverson assistant clerk of theSen ate loft today for Louisville where he will remain until Monday morning when he will return to Frankfort in or der that ho may be on hand when the General Assembly is convened at noon Mr Alverson is known as The Little Giant of Lincoln county for tho reason that he has never been defeated for office He has served two terms as a member of the lower House of the General Assembly and this is his second term as assistant clerk of the Senate He served as election commissioner for Lincoln county for two terms As assistant clerk of the Senate he is cour teous and obliging It was Mr Alver son who by changing his vote finally broke the deadlock in the House over tho location of tho new capitol build- Ing While a Representative her intro duced several bills which are now on he statute books of KentuckyCou ier Journal Turkeys a Good Investment Bro Noel you remember the cents you gave me about three years ago Well I bonght me some turkey eggs with it and 1 raised four turkeys that year Tho next year I raised 21 They brought me 16 and tltfrf year I sent 18 to the market and they brought me 40 and I still have five turkeys left is an extract from a let ter from a little friend Miss Georgia Delta who was 11 years old when sho invested her 50 cents Pretty good Who can beat It She is not only a good turkey raiser but a faithiul work er in her Sundayschol and has just received the first prizeu handsome 2 60 Biblofor efficiency She was baptized at 12 years of ago Her fu ture is bright and her example both i at home and in the church worthy ol emulation Former pastor and friend R R NOEL CHURCH MATTERS The repairs on the Methodist churcl are approaching completion and the committee feels confident that it wit be ready for occupancy by Sunday Jan 30th Accidentally discharging oshot gun the little nephew of Garland Britt prob ably fatally wounded Britt The two were hunting Britt Is prominent ii Barren county where the accident OCt curredGeorge GInncs 22 years old was nearly frozen to death when rescued by L T Rogers near the latters home near Frankfort- Gen Rufus N Rhodes president and editor of the Birmingham News and a director of the Associated Press It deadBy a viva voce vote tho House passed the BennettSabath white slave billFrank Kirby 09 years old died al his home near Bowling Green PUBLIC SALE I will tell on John Carter farm one mile from Turu rvllle on TIUW8DAY JANUARY aTH 1110 teglnuingat 10 oclock sharp the follow property I V Rood work C years old und the other 101 good milk cow will be fresh In March one brood tow I hone wagon onu buggy ono drug hurrow one breaking plow g double shovel plows one iwtot bugs bnrneuSieti ol wagon gear 21 barrel 0rcorn In crib 76 shocks of ledder in nerd Lot of bent dinner bl1I mower and rake household and kitchen furniture and many other things Terms made known uu clay tutuic CL Turuenv111e1fy Vo Bu- yFURSlHides Wool and FatbnTUoweswuGlaaeng Golden Se V YdowRttO Mr Apple Wild Ginger etc WIIC dtcJtnt nlabliabtd is 18S6or lui a sassit-a Laiefaadnadobtterlawrhsaaeau wif Buk In LauiniOe Write Iv wtrU pimiigndttippiagta i H Sabbl Sons 220 E Market St lOUISVIllE KY OPERA HOUSE Three Nights Commencing ThursddyJana13th The Kern Edwards- Co PRESENTS PEARL EVANS LEWIS sad As sociated Players in Repertoire OPENING BIL- LDixiaMy Girl A Story Of bId Kentucky In Four Acts l Polite Vaudeville Prices 25 and 35c Children 15c Advance Sale Opens Thurs day Morning 1 JII1910 j f With The resolution to wear clothes that are madetomeasure ti Good clothes are a great factor in business and social progress and every man owes it us a duty to himself to present a plea ing and stylish front Madetomeasure clothes have a richness which no others possess and for this reason alone everyman should adopt them Start the year right Save money on y your dress and dress better Make up your mind to wear In ternational clothes from now onward and to stimulate your good resolve Como in now and see beautiful all wool fabrics and style models HUGHES MARTIN COfI Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKYty J1- JsqReceived y A BIG SHIPMENT OF Oliver Chilled Plows and Repairs WE PERKINSiCrab Orchard Ky HV Tinging Plumbing Heating I 1 I jyoluhousePorcelain Bath Outiha- ve W K WARNER to install your country water works vfiii reasonable prices and guarantee t v rl We also carry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS Ii Oijng and Roofing Paiota I t Call and see us W K WARNERiI Stanford Ky W L MCARTYPres E C WALTON VPrca L11 HUGHE88 AQC 1 Cort t I I Stanford KentucKy I I Farms and Towu Property Handled on Commission Stocks noel DOIld i Sold If you Have Property to Sell ort htNJtiffUtf Write for Circular to i 1 I L R HUGHES Secretary Stanford 1 t 1 I Thelnterior Journal l in the PenOffice oi Stanford 01 i I IAnkre moires N TINGE TABL E INo21 Mouth HIM PM J No S3 Houtti 1013 Allt Nortb tICI A K tt North 6il9 p X ST IOr9 A II i iNo HI p X S RICE Agent S PRICESu- rgeon jA Dentist KENTUCKY I Office over McRoberts Drug Store in iI the Owaley Buildi- ngMASONS MEET i meetintg third Monday night of each month nt 700 oclock In their hall on main gtreeet Stan frai J Fallandl Winter Stock Have your measure taken by a tailor of ex pcrtenoo Then your clothe whether price builnei suit or the finest eventn clothes w111 have that individuality and a which plainly Indicate they were made to measure I will olio take your meas fcoatsor extra trousers fancy vests top and overcoat Fall end Winter sample ou hand ready for your Inspection UO ItUPLEY Tallo1JBtontordKY M CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the best ns well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of sill kinds bulbs potted flowers on ahorInotice Also make a specialty of wreaths purposest above I have all hand at reasonable prices OHRI8TMANGIIKEXHOUHE8 KO HUIIHAIID IBOll Stanford KI t lniurSjTobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 88 Omce P6 fullytFCONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of con creting as Work Pavements and In tact we cm make any thing from- 1I0tUe i down to a fence post Wo can serve you promptly and guarantee flrstclass pricesbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky INSURANCE R B MAHONY Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLive StockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds 4given to losses attention whichI are paid without dis countt11 JLBeazleyCoJ i Undertakers and Embalm tire Also Dealers in Fur 1 uitureJUatting8Rugs They will exchange Furniture for 1allKinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY JC McClary I f Idertakermbalmer STANFORD KY rWh =riHom PbpreJ FARMERS DEPARTMENT J D Whitehouse sold to C R Mar tin 14 900pound cattle at 4c B D Holtzclaw sold to J F Plan nery a pair of mules for 435 A T Traylor Is preparing to build a barn which will hold 10 acres of tobac co Senator R L Bubbles T M Green won the 500 handicap at Jacksonville Fin FOR SALE300 bales of extra good clover hay Mrs F B Barnett Huatonvllle II C Injtram os Pulaski got 2625 for a portion of his tobacco Ills crop averaged 17c D B Fox SR will stand a Jersey bull near Bowen Station at 1 the sea son in advance Poland China boar shoats will weigh from 85 to 100 pounds for sale M S Baughman Stanford There left my place between Dec 15 and 20 a black sow with white spots Will weigh about 125 pounds Reward R C Hocker Stanford R F D No w Delbert Daulton has the corn shuck ing record of La Salle county III In 71 days he shucked 3014 bushels from the stalk an average of 113 bushels a Idsy I HAVE an eight gear old wagon team wagonigood driving horse This horse will weighabout 1100 and a good one B D Carter Over 1707180 pounds of tobacco were sold on the Lexington breaks last week About 12500000 pounds have been sold there this season The average price last week was 120 per hundred pounds higher than the previous week the beat of the season BARGAIN354 acres of good land of which 100 acres is bottom land eight room dwelling two good stock barns new tobacco barn 36x96 ice house buggy house two corn cribs etc two good cisterns the whole farm being well watered well fenced and lays well Will sell as a whole or cut 200 acres with improvements to suit pur chaser which includes 100 acres as fine Bottom land as there is in the county This is a bargain See L R Hughes Stanford Ky I know the mule Is much maligned by many who talk and write about him but there is no animal that is easier to handle if treated kindly says Mr W D Neale in Farm and Fireside continuing tlNot long ago I was talking to a successful grower of males who said that he would rather break a team of mules than a team of horses the mules being not nearly so nervous and stead ier goers Kindness Is his policy in dealing with them There is no doubt that the mule is as susceptible to de cent treatment as any other animal and it Is not necessary for a man to be armed with a club when driving a span of mules 1 have seen mules whose dispositions had not been warped by brutal treatment so dependable that tbe owner was able to drop the lines at any time and do whatever work he had in hand without fear of their running or raising a disturbance So I take off my hat to the mule whether he be from Missouri or any other State in the Un lon for he is the farmers friend his burden bearer anda noneymaker wherever you put him BRODHEAD Mr Lincoln Stringer is very low with syntitus 0 F Hamm has a severe case of sore throat About 20 cases ofI pneumonia are reported in and around townJop McCall of Maretsburg has moved into the Frith Hotel property and house will soon be open to accom the traveling public The hotel has been closed down for some time Rev Roberts preaches at 11 oclock each day at the Christian church during this week Rev A Cornelius of Mer shon this State will preach at the Baptist church Sunday and Sunday nightBev J W Sayers of Pineville is here listening to the debators Dr Emmet Proctor of Stanford is an attentive listener also J W Hall the piano tuner is here this week Melvin Owens of the Quail section is in the telephone exchange here this week The debate at this place between the Church of Christ and the Mormon peo pie is now at its highest pitch This week the Mormon is on the affirmative side Each man claims the victory so far and when the affair is ended next Saturday night each man will walk off with laurels and those who have been so attentive will be none the wiser By the end of the brief minute talon to read these lines the nations of the civilized world will have struck 3000 000 matches This is the average for every minute of the 24 hours of the day Seven billions is the number for each year and those living under the American flag are said to be responsi ble for the consumption of onehalf of this amount A pension of 5000 a year is due Mrs Grover Cleveland according to prece dents and Senator Root has presented- to the Senate a bill making the grant The amount is the same as was allowed- to Mrs McKinley Mrs Garfield Mrs Polk and Mrs Tyler widowed wives ofI former presidents NEWS NOTES The MorrisBrown College for Negroes was deeoroyed by fire at Atlan ta Ga Charles Conner charged with killing Constable lye Hammonds In Clinton county was acquitted Another big apartment house costing 500000 is to be erected in Louisville it will bo at the southeast corner of Third and Broadway One man is dead and one badly burn od in a fire which destroyed the ware house of the Georgia Railway and Elec Itrle Company at Atlanta Ga Gov Deneen has ordered troops to Vienna Ill to prevent the threatened lynching of threo Negroes accused o shooting a mail carrier on arural routo Four former employes of the Amen can Sugar Refining Co convicted of undcrweighing frauds were sentenced to one years imprisonment each by Judge Martin in the United States cir cult court in New York The case of Col Duncan Cooper an Mi son Robin Cooper convicted and sentenced to 20 years in tho penitentia ry for Ae murder of E W Cnrmack will be argued before the Supreme Court at Nashville Jan 25 Three men were killed in an explos ton of a boiler of a plant of the Union Gas and Electric Co at Bloomington III The explosion shook the city breaking all windows for blocks round The property loss is 50000 Three men aro dead and two serious ly injured as a result of an automobile accident in which tho five victims were occupants colliding with a streer car in Atlanta The dead are Frank George and H E George brothers and win liam W Garner Roberta de Janon the Philadelphia heiress who eloped with Frederick Co hen a waiter is under arrest in China go Cohen was arrested with her Thev arrived in Chicago last Thursday and were found in a boarding house at 68 West Superior street W H Helman who died in his room In a hotel in Terre Haute Ind was poisoned in Chicago by a woman with whom he went to Terre Haute on n train according to the statement of Coroner Leavitt Helman left a letter charging the woman with his murder Harold Swift of Swift Co says Prices of meats are very high now but there is every indication that they will go still higher This is attributa ble to the high prices of corn and the consequent scarcity of live stock As long as the scarcity continues it is well to educate the people to use the cheap er cuts of meat These cuts are just as good and more wholesome if properly cooked The Tobacco Tiller One of the most interesting pieces of fiction of recent date is the Tobacco Tiller by Miss Sarah Bell Hackley from the press of the C M Clark Publishing Company of Boston and espec tally for Kentuckians as the scenes are all laid in Kentucky and the characters II Centuckians Owcnaboro plays its part in the book therefore unusually interesting to Daviess county people It deals with the simple country folk of tho tobocco belt and throughout the story is woven a romance that intensi fies the interest of the reader It touch es on the night rider troubles espec lally in the purchase and while the book is a strong plea in behalf of the tobacco growers and their organization for receiving better prices for the products of their toil itdoes not in any sense whatever endorse the lawless method of the night riders Owens boro Inquirer The authoress is the brilliant and popular daughter of Mr and Mrs J T Hackley of this county BoxHow did you find out what to give your wife at Christmas Cox Simply remembered the things she ridiculed on other women and got her those Puck Miona makes your stomach feel fine stops belching heartburn and all dis comforts in a few minutes Guaranteed by G L Pen- nyStockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the First National Hank of Stanford will to held at thulr banking house the second Tuesday in January 1KIO for tho purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year Jolly J McRonEUTfltCashler CLEMENS HOTEL J L ELKIN Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKY Large airy outslda rooms Commercial travelers a specialty Special rates by week or month The proprietor Is a former Lin cola county man and his friend should remember him when topping In hbs town WANTED I 1 Au all Round Blacksmith Steady Employment and Good Wages W I ROMANS Lancaster Ky BALSAMmile Innxnat s a aMt frotrth I ICuntVr UI M m la NOTICEW- oask the patronage of our friends nnd neighbors for out Imome groau nursery thriftyandtlreas JAMOKKKKing HOME FOR SALE I one story cottolltl of eight rooms and lilt HCCOSSIlr uurtUK lot UUIIllllllEI ono roomyIwrn oastfA It HOtVrXOkAW Stanford Kjr SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI 1 NEERING suncyhtamdcivil fleadtholfustouvlllKxchnnge WAbrEIl MoKINNOV NOTICE You are hereby notified that Tons Jlrrll lmenltentlcrymake application to the Htnto hoard of KyoilWitliesTOM IIAKKIB Fruit And tfrnamtntal Trtts 1 nnsrOardonNo Agents H F HILLENMEYER SON- SLexington Ky FARM FOR SALE OR RENT Intheveil or runt line two dwellings one of four rooms and the other of two rooms Two orchards of nearly At trees Tobacco barn cheapestfarmOS I1UAWSEU McKlnnvy K- yTRIBBLE PENCE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phouo 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford Kentuc- kyREWARD Having suffered considerable annoyance and damage from outlaws In breaking gate dostroyltmgmythrough farm I have concluded to over a reward for Information trading to the conviction of such jwrson or tenons I will therefore live tbtf sum of ttt for Infor illation leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties that have broken the latches on any of my itatesor that have sawed down or torn down any of my gates timeItustontllleturnpike through my farm nnd I will give leadingtoparties who In the future commit city of the above offenses AugustIRi NOTICE I Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns in the West End Insurance Agency Get your policies written right in a good com pany by W J CAMPBELL Huatouville Ky HENRY WA TTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The InteriorJournal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In tbe United States hue not heard of the Courier JournaL Democratic In all things fair In all things clean In all thing It Is essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to of ter tbe WEEKLY COUIUEtiOUKNA1 one yearend this paper for the price named above Bend your mbscrlptlon for the com bination to UIDOtc the OourlerJoar r ClothingVShoes 1 jW J Ladies and Ge- ntsFurnishings Dry Goods Below Cost 1 SAM ROBINSOM tillers you tho great sur priio sale Sly entire stock of hmust go below cost to make room for my Spying stock Sale begins Saturday Jim ii tit Conic early before the stock is picked over Everything tier nud up to Into Tho most riitoundlug sale over given in Stanford i RethemberThejtateSAM STANFORD KY rJr tI We Have Received- A Carload of Buggies direct From the Factory Clean and frost nil 1010 styles Wo will represent four factories and kindly oaks a share of your patronage Como in anti look at our stock and make selections I will have thorn finfdicd accord ing to specifications ns our limited space will not nllown larger etook conic early Itt tae W H Stanford HIGGINSII Jthe Lincoln mm national Bank r Of Stanford Kentucky Capitalti 5000000 Surplus t 4300000pResourceso 34000000 I S H SHANKS PRESIDENT WM BRIGHT CASHIER J 0 PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH- H CCARPENTERBOOKKEEPERHWYS OIREOTOR3I IJ B StanfordJohnkin TraylorGilberteII Cummins Preachersvillc Lilburn i Gooch Gilberts Creek The Wintry Blasts J May Copep And tho Rain and Snow Filllbut your stock will keep warm in Nunnelleys New Stock Yards i Panty of Covered Pens nud 11111 and Water DaySecond R URA L TELEPHONESM- R FARMER Make your horne as modern for your family at a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations atany time This cau be accomplished by menus of our telephone service which you and your nei ilb in cm get for a sum that hsmil compared with the benefits received Gill or addrass our uureit ofhse or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tjno for inform itton regdrdinj oar sp3ciailUFr mere Line rate If you are mt at prduat enjoying talepi ntj ssrviea wj finltu7ayTennessee j Illinois BltiST TEVNESSERTELTEt CO INCORPORATISD