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Lf j- c 1HE INrPERI0P JOURNALI t i J VOL XXXVII STANFORD KYf TUESDAY JANUARY 18 1910 Nu 93 I ts i FtT GOST IATrt- I COST YI t Jk Shoes Clothing Furnishingsa Q Commencing J Saturday Morning January 15th 1910jr I And Continuing 3O Days 1 if Owing to the unfavorable Fall Season brought about by the exceeding warm weather during the months of October November and December and having purchased heavily of Fall Goods and in order to reduce same before the arrival of Spring purchases we willsell at ABSOLUTELY COST any article in our house commencing on the above date and continuing 30 days Our stock consists of a full and complete line of r i 14 4 Boys Mensand Childrens Clothing Overcoats r lens Ladies and Childrens Shoes Rubbers Hats + I J Caps Underwear Shirts Trunks Etc 41 I Please remember f that everything goes nothing reserved Hart Schaffer Marx Suits and Overcoats Hanan Shoes attllson Hats Queen Quality Shoes for Ladies included in this sale Below we give a few prices Come and seefor yourself Terms strictly SPOT CASH during this sale Nothing charged to any one r CLOTHING AND OVERCOATS 822 50 and 125 Suit and Overcoats 87 50 fIS and 820 Suite and Overcoats 812 50 112 50 and 816 Suits and Overcoat e80 00 i 10 Suite and Overeoat98ti 75 18 50 Suits and Overcoats 5A We have 50 Suits in Sizes 343536 in ilO 12 and 815 goftsto Clo7e tv at 208 H TR SHOES r I J I uMen8 fh4oandlicavShbc Palert Leather Vici Kid null Gun- MetalI 1 PatentaliO 5 50 aud0nanan i8400=5 and 0 llanan Kid t r L U- Ot High toll Slioes a3 t 130f 84 highi toll S 50High Shdeei2tGb 13 High top ShoesX422581 90 1250 High top Shoes IGO 2 l1ISb top P Shoes 1 75 Pairs Shoes in Patent Leather Vlci Kid and Box Cnlf 350GialoToClosouL2per Pair Leather 3 LADIES SHOES 84 Queen Quality 82 98 350 Queen Quality 82 65 83 Queen Quality 82 25 2 50 Shoes 81 00 82 Shoes 1 81 60 81 50 Shoee 81 20 Tho above includes Patent Yici Kid and Guq Metal Leather We have 100 Pairs Ladies Tan Oxfords in 83and 83 50 Grades to close at 81 98 Children and Boys Shoes 40c to 3 4EisrASAND CAPS II Stetson HatsN t 83 25 83 50 Steteon Hats 82 85 3 Hats 82 25 82 50 Hats 81 90 82 Hats V s 81 50 81 50 Hats 1 15 Our lot of Mens Boys aud Childrens Cape in 25cand 50c Grade to close at 15c oO h Boys Suits Boys Twopiece Suits 75c to S504Ij Boys Knee Pants 20c to 1 25r Boys Heavy Fleeced Underwear 19 Boys Heavy Union Suits 88 Mens Underwear 25o to i IIIr v Mens Heavy Fleeced Underwear V50c 38 Mens Wrights Fleeced Underwear il O0 now 75 Mens Shirts 60c norJti j 88 i v Mens Shirts 75c rt 50 t r Mens Shirts Monarch 75 T Mens Shirts Monarch SLpOJ 1 15 Mena Ties 25c I 10I Mens Ties 50c v t 3S Mens Sox lOc V J I 1t 7 4 f J oi Mens Sox 25c 10E Mcps Corduroy Pants l 5jo 3 pt- Mens Kersey Panty i 6pftoX n 00 1 I Jr J WiKii Po iJc0 9 In fact every thing in our house goes nothing reserved Now is your chance So come early before the stock a isspicked over Sale commences Saturday Jan 15th andcontinues 30 days only r j CUMMINS ac WEAREN STANFORDI 1- r G c u t The Interior Journal Eo c WALTON HON HARVEYHELM of Lincoln It a candidate for reo EghtbrCONTROLrThere are bills before both Houses o the Legislature to abolish the bt part san Board of Control the members o which are supposed to see after th eleemosynary institutions of the We are not fully informed as to then cessity of the change but os fnr as ad vised we are for the passage of the bUbo The blpartisan business is gen erally a humbug by which both partie- eecapo the responsibility of the results though in the case of the Board of Con trol the republicans should be charged with the responsibility The two republican members we are informed dominate the board the two democrats being merelyilfigure heads who are afraid to exercise much authority as their tenure of office is in the hands of the governor who is supposed to back and as a matter of fact does back the republicanimembere The scandal at the Feeble Minded Institute Is a strong argument agains- the bipartisan feature One party or the other ought to be responsible to the people for Itand yet neither has been so held by them generally- A lecherous old creature whose only claim to republican favor was that he had renounced democracy and become a turncoat was appointed superintendent of the Feeble Minded Institute many of whose inmates being so devoid of mind that they would starve to death at a table of food if they were not fed Taking advantage ofthe condition of one of the female inmates this fiend in human form detained her at his will and when the sin could no longer be bidden he was permitted to escape the wrath to come by flight and is still at large it now being claimed for him that he is crazy and in one of the South American republics So far we have observed no effort on the part of th Legislature to investigate this coos horrible of scandal to the end tha th se who connived at the escape o the brute or tacitly permitted It shal- be exposed and punished It is hoped that such a resolution will be Introduced at once and the whole nasty busi nets be threshed out If poor unfortu Rate girls are to be the victims of suc brutes then it were a thousand times bitter that they should be permitted t die from hunger and neglect OUR old friend J A Craft collector at Louisville has had to walk the plank and Samuel J Roberts of the Lexing ton Leader collector in the seventh dis trict will soon have to do so Ludlow F Petty of Shelbyville gets Mr Crafts job and Fields of Ashland will step into Roberts shoes Democrats generally will not regret Mr Crafts ousting asjhe was a democrat until a dozen years ago and republicans say that Roberts who has been onto the job for 12 years has hogged enough persimmons for one man TUB revolting exposures in tbe At lanta city prison by the investigating committee are enough to make ones pinheartless and cruel Men and women were beaten unmercifully hung up by the thumbs until unconscious and sub jected to other as inhuman punishments while filth and vermin filled the s prison The persons guilty of such atrocities should have been shot A trav esty of justice let them off with 150 flnee rTHURSDAY last 193 bills were Intro duced in the Legislature With a great a number of laws on our statute books who would have thought we needed that 11theirlast of most of the bills many of which were introduced solely to please some constituentsTHE largeatvalentlne factory in the country which was situated at Wor cester Mass was destroyed by fire with 5200000 worth of stock It thisf means that we wont get our usual comic remembrance we would have said let her go Gallegher if we had Been the fire start A CHICAGO author got gay and wrote a novel entitled My Wifes Gone to the Country It was apparently such a true recital of his own deviltry in her absence that she brought suit for di vorce immediately on her return It wont do to tell too many things even in a novel r I SENATOR R L HUBBLE has intro duced a bill making men of 60 Ineligi ble for jury service To us young let lows this looks like it is all wrong A1 man of 60 isnt generally fit for anything else but to serve on juries and do other light jobs CONGRESS has only been in session about a month and yet Mr Taft has fired three messages at It The one Friday was devoted to the necessity ofI a coaservatlon of our natural resources which have sadly been neglected H1111waqr HON W F Kz AiR of Lexington has introduced a bill to take from the governor the right to name revenue agents The law providing for them ought to be repealed It simply legalI- zes blackmail and permits a lot of cor morants to feather their nests both at the expense of the victim and the State a compromise being effected as- a general thing with the socalled agents pocketing nearly all of the mon fey those cited prefering to do so to the- publicity and expense of a trial fFOR sublimity of gall commend us toe the sugar trust It plead the statute punishmenteof paying back money it had stolen has the audacity to enter a public dis parsover A DILL to repeal the dog tax is before the General Assembly And now if somebody will introduce a bill prohibiting the raising of sheep in Kentucky we may be happy yet- POLITICAL The straight democratic ticket headed by former Mayor S G Helekell was elected at Knoxville appropriatiotcarries approximately 5000000 In the absence of George H Wilson Speakerthe House was called to order Friday by our own Hon William H ShanksThe Mexico and Arizona Statehood bill was completed by the House Committee on Territories and was or dared reported The House voted to recommit the res elution providing for a change of date for Presidential inaugurations This is a temporary defeat for the project FultonI ture draws 10080 mileage and J T Buford who represents Franklin draw 30cGov Willson is in Washington to attend the conference of Governors and declares that he will have nothing todo IntStateiif it is possible for Senator Bradley to give him the place On account of the absence of Govern Govh preIA tentative agreement has been reached to appropriate 60000000 for the completion of the Ohio River im provements to be expended in sums of 5000000 a year for 12 years It is reported at Frankfort that South Trimble will be a candidate for Con gress to succeed Campbell Cantrill WI P Kimball of Lexington will also beI a candidate for the nominationJRepresentatives C J Diekema of Michigan has announced himself as a candidate for Speaker of the House to succeed Speaker Cannon when theI Sixtysecond Congress is organized- In handing out offices carrying sal arles aggregating 200000 a year Mayor Gaynor ot New York has appointed has 2aidbrought forth no patronage reo 8ultsJChamp Clark the minority leader of the House returned to Washington af ter ten days of speech making in Mis ouri and the Middle West and spreadI cheering predictions of sweeping demo ocratic victory in the Congressional = election this Among the presented in fallIweek is one post in introduced by Robert L Harris Repre sentative from the Eighth and Ninth Louisville Representatives Raney of Illinois and James of Kentucky were selected nominees for the democratic repre sentatives on the BalllngerPinchot in vestigation committee The selection was made at a caucus of democratic Representatives who were in session two hours- Representative John Dwight of New York the republican whip of the House says that an agreement has t been reached between the regulars and the insurgents whereby the latter will Attend the republican caucus on selection of the Ballinger Pinchot investigation committee and will abide thereby I Following an Informal canvass of the House Committee on Bunking and Currency Representative Hammond of Minnesota has framed a bill to allow National banks to loan not to exceed 50 per cent of their savings deposits on improved farm lands under regulations I to be prescribed by the Controller of the Currency I Provided a joint resolution introduced in the House by J W Holland of Shelbyville and adopted Is concurred in by the Senate a thorough investiga Adjutantmade Tho resolution further for an investigation as to the conditionc management and control of the State penitentiaries and houses of reform and charitable institutions of the State I 0 ClaimsA + Notes Accounts Anywhere In NO MAYS CHARGES Somerset MADE WHERE WOODSON UNLESS ColleotionsHere IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES 3nCartBarbourville is to have a new high school J Brent CundiiT aged 21 died a Somerset of consumption J Frank Barker a prominent busl nessman ofSomerset is dead Mrs Rachael MInton of the Baldock scctlo nof Casey Is dead aged 80 JohnGreen Carman aged 58 is dead in theHumphrey section of Casey Dr James Wesley of tho Mt Sale section fell and broke one of his legs respectednpneut The body of a young man named Evans was found with three bullet holes in it in Whitley The wife of Prof G T Schoolfield of the Kentucky School for the Deaf dropped dead at her home in Danville Matt M Ellis for many years a drummer in this territory is dead e New Castle where he conducted adruq storeJudge M L Sharpe former county judge of Casey has bought an interest Libertynwas y for 12 years has gone to farming sCHURCH MATTERS Rev Daniel Glass a Baptist ministe- aged 101 is dead at Johnson City Ten nesseeThe meeting at the Methodist church at Moreland will continue through this week The pastor Rev Roberts is being assisted by Rev Flannery Thera has been one addition to date I About 40 additions have been made to the membership of the Broadway i Christian church Louisville as a result of the labors of Evangelists Wright and Saxton during the past two weeks The non Christian population of the world was converted at the rate of 377 a day during the last year according to the summarized statistics of workers from virtually every mission fieldon the globeRev and Mrs J T Hoskins have ar rived from Elkton and are for the pref ent at the St Asaph Rev Hoskins is the new pastor of the Baptist church j and he has alreadYwon a place in the hearts of bur people Work 24 Hours a Day I The busiest little things ever made r Dr Kings New Life Pills Every pill Is a sugarcoated globule of health tbgt changes weakness into strength I languor Into energy brainfag into mental power curing Constipation Headache Chills Dyspepsia Malarial 50 at Pennys Drug Store The condition of Richard Olney who Secretary of State in the cabinet of President Cleveland is reported by his family as most encouraging Archer Baker European manager of Canadian Pacific Railway died in London Dr It H Grinstead a prominent physician of Munfordsvflle Is dead Bristol Tenn suffered a 50000 fire CaldwellSitostNathan Straus the New York merchant and philanthropist is tho victim of a nervous collapse Placing threo sticks of dynamite in the front of his shirt Wm A Bennett lighted the fuse and was blownto death ConnmWalter Lonsdale Dr Cooks secreta ry and tho last of the explorers friends has now lost confidence in tho doctor Presidrnt Taft Speaker Cannon and Mayor Gaynor have accepted invita tions to the Republicans Club dinner in New York on Lincolns birthday The conductors employed on the L N system have completed an Investiga tlon of the relation existing between andtcompiled report which will bo pre sented to the officials of the road In Louisville on January 25 Stock of Merchandise for Sale stock of Oro awuprCEo fHOlMKn Stanford Ry FARM FOR SALE I A No I farm of IftS IIcrt Hone has four room and a good etstern waterThistown and abundance of stock land li about halt Virgin toll adapted to raising until hay corn wheat not hemp and totiocco li all In gran except about I 111 acres And lion the pike neargood thatches and depot and hal a good orchard and outhouseLoch Box 181 Htanford hcntu- clt1CLEMENS HOTEL- J L ELKIN Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKY Large airy outnldo room Commercial traveler ipeclulty special rate by week or month The proprietor li a former Lin cola county man and hli should re member him when stopping In his town NOTICE Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns in the West End Insurance Agency Get your policies written right in a good company I by I W J CAMPBELL I Huatonville Ky We Have Received A Carload of Buggies direct From the Factory Clean anti frest all 1010 styles We will sent four factories and kindly asks a share of your patronage Coma in and look at our stockand make selections I will have them finished crd ing to specifications as our limited space willnot allow a larger stock come early is ttlll W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky RURAL TELEPHONESMR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations- at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get fur a aura that is smallcompared with the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special FAr- mers Lino rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service wean immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Luisianaand the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL CO INOOBPOKATBD READYFor You J l x 1 iOwingto an unprecedent ed good early Fall trade 1 We sized up pretty well again in Dec Consequently our stock is in BETTER CONDITION than usual at this season of the year to supply your needs We have all kinds 1 of JFlcJOtwear t I rfromIshoemens suits Overcoats Raincoats I Slickersji underwear suit casesJgloves and hats at l s 0 H J McROBRRTSSTA- NFORD KENTUCKY t mG L Penny II H Coffey E It Coleman mmtfi mmVaJuablePersistent Coughs and Colds J Soldunder a Guaran tee atmPENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky E American Wire Fence I GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford HiBs NORTHCOTT Dealer in Live CoalWoolseng and Feathers PHONE 35 LANCASTER KYiI BRANCH HOUSE MgrTelephone H B NORTHCOTT Stanford wi ib ft 1 A Heart to Heart TalkJ With You Housekeepers 11 1 qf At this lime of the year the thoughts of the thrifty hougekeepo naturally turns to white goode linen etc Wo have not forgotten this in our and have more special value to offer you than usual We are making some epcial prices on staples + ou can buy a fine brown cotton at G 2Gc a soft finish black cotton ut Oc made by Lonsdalo company a 40 in brown sheeting t DC a 06 in Linen suiting at 2Cc a 101 linen sheeting at 8Dc Pure linen laces at 5c Cluncy laces at 7 c Fine stripe Madrog short lengths 18c quality at 12Jc 04 in and 68 in Damoskworth 50c and 65c 24and 3 yd lengths at 89c and 45c BiodcEe I stripe waisting at 20c yd Pique at 75c Embroidered Batiste at 8Cc New 30 5u tucked Batiste at Ltllfairo stripe white waistI ng 25c Now Croton cloth for Suits at loc We have the new home sptlu linen for suits 36 ia at 20c and 39c Ask to look I at those now baby Irish band on linen and Batiste very rich and handsome designs A full line of that beautiful sheer cloth Lykc linen at 15 25 mid 35c Visit our store and allow us to show you these pretty goods i SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY The Interior Journal 4 + STANFORD KY JAN 18 1910 SOME great bargains In box paper are being slowed out to make room for now stock at 1cnnyi Drug Store I PRSO ALS MRS J D EAUS is quite sick SAM SPOONAMORB went to Louisvl Ito Saturday MRS W M BRIGHT who has been f sick It Improving MR A T NUNNELLEY spent several days In Louisville- W b r W SAUNDERS went to Louisville Saturday afternoon t GEORGE BURDETTE who halt pneu money la Improving I MR AND MRS T W JONES went to Mt Sterling Sunday MRS T T MARTIN of Birmingham ii with Mrs Will Rocker I MRAND MRS J S Rice are with her parents at Cavo City HORACE DROWN of Now Alba IMR was hero Saturday DORA little daughter of Mrs Cath I brine McClary is seriously ill I Ray CLARENCE J SIITLB of London t Will here on business Friday r MRS JOHN W Hour who has been sick for some time U convalescing TURKEY HERRIN came down fro A Crab Orchard to see the Dixie Girl MRS MACCIB MARTIN and family have moved to the Baptist parsonage Miss LUCY FRANCIS of Garrard Is the guest of Mrs James F Cummins MR HOWARD CAMMTZ of Huitbn vlllf spent several days with herMISSES PEARL AND MEUSSA RAM of Lancaster are guests of Miss Margaret LynnIMu GEO B HARRIS o is working at the depot during Agent J S Rices absence MRS NANNIB WOODS KITCHEN is viII itlng her cousin Mrs Joseph E John son In Pitlsburg Pa Hot W II SHANKS and Doorkeeper Joel T Embry of Frankfort spent Sunday with their families here CASIIIER J C BAILEY of the Cra- s Orchard flanking Co has moved hi family to the McAllstcr home In Cra OrchardMiss RODERTA EADS it visiting her sister Mrs William Brown at Mills Springs Later she will visit Monti f cello friends MR WILLIAM II RlCNEY and family have moved from tho country to the home of hie parents Mr and MM J F Rlgney on Logan avenue ON account of the illness of ont of the members the Current Eventa Club will not hold Its meeting with Mrs W M Bright Thursday as was arranged MISSES BESSIE AND MAGGIE Snu OARS of Lancastcrtstopped over with their brother Mr WK Shugars on their return from a visit 5 to friends In Indianapolis MRS W K SHUOARS was in Lancas ter Friday to see her little son W K Shugars Jr who was taken ill while visiting his grandparents there The little fellow is convalescing JOHN RENNER and family loft Sun day for Oklahoma where they will re j side Wo regret to learn of tbo serious Illness of R L Bray who is suffering r from pneumonia Mt Vernon Signal JOHN G LYNN who has been ill with pneumonia is rapidly convalescing un i der the careful treatment of good doctors his excellent wife and a splendid I u trained nurseIMIsa Lynch of Lexing ton Cou JOHN W BROWN came all tho way from Mt Vernon to see tho Pearl Evan Lewis showlFrlday night and he was well paidjfor his trip He was giv en B box partyby County Attorney W S Burch DR TOM S KENNEDY formerly of this city but who has been practicing medicine at Stanford has decided to locate In Somerset again and will be with DrJ Reddish Ho haamany friends here who are more than glad to see him among us once moreSom erset Times JUDGE JAMESIP BAILEY is back from t Orovllle California where he spent several weeks with his daughter Mrs II D Gregory While he liked tho West the moreho saw of it the better ho loved Lincoln county Judge Bailey brought back a treat to many of his t friends in samples of the delightful fruit grown on the Pacific elope LiLi MRS J II McAUSTBR is quite sick Miss BERTHA JACKSON is with Cor bin friends MR WILL BURKB of Junction City was hero yesterday MB J W ALLEN continues very III with pneumonia at Huitonvilie Miss VIRGINIA BOURN of Lancaster visited her sister Mrs W K Warner MR II ROWAN SAUFIEY of this tfllce has been obliged to give up work for a few days on account of his eyesMISSES JANIBND MARY CATHERIN E HOCKER daughters of Mr and Mrs R C Hocker who have been 111 are im proving MRS LIZZIE WILLIAMS and daughter Mr John M McKinney of the Mt Salem section left yesterday forJacks boro Tenn MR R G JONES went to Winches tel yesterday to consult a specialist Ills right Jawbone has been giving him much trouble lately LOCALS THE Lancaster council haw placed the ban on cider I FOR SALEA secondhand top bug gy This office o PIANO FOR SUESquare variety Will sell cheap Apply at this office I Miss LICCIE MARTIN wants pupils in parmsonagetTHOSE Indebted to me will please call and settle at once Miss Ella May Saunders milliner 0 WANTED to buy a good Lincoln coun 30s000 Address Lock Box tat Stanford KyLosTGrip between Moreland and Kidda Store containing two blankets and other articles G B Pruitt More land WANTED Three or solicitors In each county Good proposition Ad dress G W B 461 Rose street Lex ington Ky 0 MRS MARY HEDRICK wife of Geo Hedrtck Sr of Monticello died Satur MtesplacebON Monday Jan 3 when Neal Sil vers took charge of the Somerset jail there were nine prisoners in It By Saturday the 8th the number had in creased to 3G Saloons evidently dont agree with the people of the free State of Pulaskl They had beenopen three of the six days THE Court oCAppealshasdecideJ that violators of the local option law may be put under peace bonds after two convictions The court construes the law to mean that the two convictions must be had ono after the other and not together Our officers of the law should bear this decision In mind WE will be compelled to stop the pa pers of thos who are behind with their subscriptions if they do not make im mediate remittances Of course wedont geed the money but Uncle Sam has de creed that semiweekly publications can not use the mails when those who are supposed to pay for them are more than nine months behind and we do not care to pay the penalty for breaking tho postal laws A the meeting tGe city council Thursday night concrete pavements were ordered on Main street from Sev erance Sons corner to Lizzie Sal ters house and from the Lincoln Coun ty National Dank corner to Mrs W G Welchs corner J Welch Rochester was elected treasurer An arrange ment was made with Grimes G Beazley for a place In his livery stable for a portion of the fire apparatus and he is to furnish a horse topull the machinery to fires 0 IT looks very much like the Legisla turo Is disposed to rub it in on tax pay ors They have created 15 to 20 new offices at la day each which to the average citizen will seem unnecessary for Instance our townsman Mr Joel TEmbry who is head doorkeeper of the House has been given three assist ants when all of us know that Joe Is both able and capable to do tho job himself which at boat Is not n very onerous one While they ore at it the members ought to put on Congressional airs and vote themselves private secre taxies as everything seems to go I Two rooms for rent Mrs Maggie Martin Stanford Foil RENT Office in the INTERIOR JOURNAL building Apply at this of fice IP you are looking for fresh oysters and celery go to J D Hortons restau rant PLEASE bring my rug back and get tho one you left at my store J R Newland POR SALE Good building lot on Whitley avenue Bargain if sold at once This office J W ACEY has moved his soft drink sttnd and pool room to rooms in B D Carters stable building Jon wanted at once Must be able to feed a cylinder press and do all kinds of job printing This office EX JI1ILLs delinquent tax list will appear next issue Better pay up or youll see your name in printI UAVE salelinemahogany sideboard and a1G foot mahogany table See A P Brackett at once If you want one or both TALK with me before buying a type writer and see sample at my home T A Brackett local agent for Standard Typewriter Exchange New York THERE is now pending in the Legisla ture a bill making it Illegal to take a drink of Intoxicating liquor on a com mon carrier We hope it will pass both Houses and that the emergency clause will be affixed MR HENRY JAMES theEast End showed us the other day a salt cellar made of rock that had been In his fami ly for more than 100 years It is a relic of Indian days and Mr James would not part with it for a good deal PAYNEFred Payne aged 85 died at his home in tho East End of a com plication of troubles Saturday He is survived by his wife who was a Mrs White and several children The remains were taken to Palmer 111 for interment o TO TAXPAYERS LINCOLN COUNTYI will have to advertise and sell your property after Jan 11f your tax is not paid in order to make my final settle ment with the State and county Settle up and save this expense T J 11111 sheriff IN sending money for tho I J for another year our old friend Mr Wil liam Dodda of Downs III writes Give my best regards to my many friends in Lincoln especially Uncle Dink Farmer Tell him I have been for him ever since the war and am mighty glad he is Lincoln countys jailer BARGAINS IN LANDWe have three small tracts of unimproved land for sale at a bargainone tract of 21 acres an other of 18 acres another of 13 acres All well located lie well and good land Can give possession at once Will sell one tract or all Terms to suit pur chaser Apply to Hughes Swine broad Lancaster Ky THE jury in the ofthe Common wealth vs tho lad Samuel Underwood charged with stabbing Capt C S Ash by the L N conductor at Junction City last Octobor gave the defendant a fine of 50 Judge Sat fiioy remitted the fine and Tat rick Zimmerman made up money and paid the boys way to Louisville where ho has relativesAd vocate To us this looks like too good treatment for a fellow who wantonly stabbed a gentleman in the back Tho next rascal who uses his knife in Boyle will likely be awarded a chromo STORE AND POSTOFFICE RODRED Postmaster nnd Merchant Napier of Rowland awoke Sunday morning to find his safe blown open and 10080 in cash and a lot of checks gone At portion of the money belonged to the government Entrance was effected by breaking the glass in the front door and nitroglycerino was used to crack the safe A bottle bearing the inscrip tion Nitro Glycerine was found in the storeroom Lairs blood hounds were phoned for and were Immediately put on the trail but they did not lo cate the guilty party The safebreak big was a bungleaome job and was evi dently done by a novice Nobody in Rowland heard the explosion Tills is line pneumonia weather TIIREE suites of rooms in the Odd Fellows building for rent Apply to- Ed Wilkinson TOM EVANS soon fHeery Evans colored of this place was shot to death in Covington but we did not learn par ticulars of tho trouble The body was brought hero and interred yesterday afternoon MY Dixie GirlCo played three nights to rather small crowds at Wal tons Opera House last week The company is far above the average and deserved a much more liberal patron ago Miss Pearl Evans Lewis is an ex ceptionally good actress and a twee singer NEWS comes from Lexington that thieves entered the home of Mr W P Walton and got away with his overcoat and hat As the average newspaper man possesses not more than one each of such articles we fear our brother suffered not only Inconvenience by the thiefs visit but some cold as well REV 0 M HUEY pastor of the Bap tist church at Somerset preached to the inmates of the jail In his city on Sunday afternoon Our pastors might do some good missionary work by em ulating Rev Hueya example We are sure that Uncle Dink would be glad to open the jail door to the men of God at any and all times The retirement ofCot W P Walton from active service as a newspaper ed itor and publisher owing to the suspension of the Evening Gazette of Lex ington will be the cause of sincere regret to the members of the Kentucky press with whom he has so long lived and labored A democrat of the democrats a stalwart champion an uncom promising antagonist Mr Walton was at all times an ally to be sought an enemy to be feared lie carries into his wellearned retirement the assurance not only of a gen uine respect but the heartiest of personal good will from all who have mess ured swords with him or drawn them in the same cause for hes a firstclass flghtin man and the best of good fel lows Louisville TimesPARKERS HAIR BALSA- MClfrod txwtinct t hair IraiwOM taiurtuit povOi OIQUuronojne lIIIICon Auctioneer I I otter my services to the people oi tin coin county as an auctioneer Hatlafartlon guaranteed JtcWHOKTKllMoreland 1 Residence Turnersvllle I FOR SALE I Stock of general merchandise Huston vllle on Main Htreet Well known stand lrUcularl Hustonvllle Ky J J BELDEN For House nnd Carriage ming Paper Hanging Gun und Locksmith Ing Shop oppoltedepot J J BKLDEN Stanford Ky FOR SALE I hover Hotel at Grub Orchard also storeroom Just across street with post olllce ad joining and n cottage or once of three rooms All necessary outbuildings MllH OUHTI8 aOVKll Crab Orchard Ky PUBLICSALE udlefromTHURSDAY JANUARY 50Thi 1810 beginning at 10 oclock sharp the follow property 3 Rood work one B years old and the other 101 good milk cow will be fresh In Unroll one brood sow 4 horse wagon one buggy ono drag harrow ono breaking plow 2 double shovel plow one let of harness sets of wagon gea- relbarrelotcornlncribrahoeksof Fod der In field Lot of hen dinner bell mower und rake household nnd kitchen furniture and many other thing Terms mndt known ou duy of salt OIAIlKMOKnEAOfK TurntT vlllfKy We Bur FURSHides Weol Feathers Tuow8swkz Golden Se UYcEowRooO CII1IeDIIWild Glower etc We ue MM Ia IB56Otr luii tudn9esodcendobetter for you then agents or camaaoa ncrchutt Rtfeiucx ur Bnk a LouJnBe Write for wetly pice lul stx Jippnj Uji M Sabfel fc Sens Ito 1 Market 81 LOUISVILLE KY J I L R Hughes T W Humble W O Martin Begin The Year 1910t l With The resolution to wear clothes that are made to meaeure- t Good clothes are a great factor in business and social progress and every man owes it as a duty to himself to present a pleas I richneest f shouldadopt them Start the year right Save money on your dress and dress better Make up your mind to wear In ternational clothes from now onward and to stimulate your resolve Come in now and see beautifulall wool fabrics SOOt1J style models u i HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes l STANFORD KENTUCKY JUST ReceivedA 1 BIG SHIPMENT t AOF Oliver Chilled Plows and Repairs W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky Tinging Plumbing Heating er Dont let 1910 pass without having hot and cold water through your Louse with a beautiful white PorcelainOutfitHove W K WARNER to install your country water woks with reasonable prices and guarantee We also carry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS Roofing and Roofing Paints Call and see us f W K WARNER Stanford Ky W LMCARTyPrg E C WALTON VPres L R HUGHEfyS A T Stanford Real Estates Co 1 Stanford KentucKy e Farina anti Town Property Handled on Commission Stocks and Bonds Sold If you Have Property to Jell or Rent Notify Us Write for Circular to L R HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky t y f Th Interior Journal JSnUredin the PottOffice at Stanford at ttionddatt matter L N TIME TABLE No 21 South litrb r K- Nos Mouth 1015Ax- No 14 North 440 A x b Nott North 64 P 91 No r71020 A M t MoWJMOr JOS S RICE Agont A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owaley Buildi- ngMASONS MEET t TIJncoln Lodge No 80 P d A bL will meet in stated communication on each Ort and third Monday nights otcnch mouth ot t oclock In their hall on main treeet ford Ky Members of slater lodges nre Ira ternnlly Invltml to be present T W ran nlngton Hoc Fall and Winter Stock Have your measure taken by a tailor of ex parlance Then your clothes whethcrn low price business suit or the finest owning clothes wlll hate that Individuality and nt wblcb plainly Indlcato were made to your measure Iwtllnlsotake your meas Iiurefor extra trousers fancy e5 and overcoats Fall and VS7lnter samples on hand ready for your Inspection HO RUPIEYTheTalIor Stanford Ky fe CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I can furnish the public with the best as well as tile freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted Itowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths purposesIn above IJiavo nil kinds of vegetables on band at reasonable prices OHRIST rAN OKKEtf HOUSES ED HUUIIAIID 1KOH- Htanford Ky Iniurasjrobaccojand Tobacco Rains Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone M Ofllce 95 Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedCONCRETING conc and In fact we can make any thing from r house down to n fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee flrtclass pricesbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford K- yINSURANCE R B NAHONY Insures Tobacco To HempAllProperty Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLiveStockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ens Also Dealers in Fur QllureilatlingaRugF TheyC will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY JrC MeOIary vndoriakorl Embalmor and Dealer ihlKarnbss a ddlerr1I STANFORD KY I I aa l1bonei Siflora Phoc V1 of ii l v Ir J 1fi1R fU I NEWS NOTESIEdward Payson shires richest man Is dead Mrs J P Brewer of Springfield is dead after a short illness of pneumonia A test of the law which prohibits the manufacture of whisky in Tennessee i- to s be made The last saloon closed its doors in Madisonville Saturday The town went dry a year ago A Nashville jury declared Mrs J D Plunkett a sister of the late Col Thomas H Swope sane Fon French of the Belmont sec tion of Bullitt county claims to have discovered perpetual motion John Singleton of Louisville chose morphine as the method and a saloon as the place to shuffle off this mortal coilBardwellsulfered a1000 fire The istofiice tho Carlisle County News dnd several business houses were des troyed UTlx Rickard positively announces Iakme City on July 4th Tom Cantwell former pitching star of Georgetown University has signed and forwarded his contract to play with the Cincinnati team Governors of States are gathering in Washington for their conference About 30 State executives are expected to at tend and participate- An Arkansas land owner offers to give 4000 acres of rich bottom land in that State to the unemployed without reservations or conditions One person was killed and ten injured in a collision between the St Louis Memphis special on thq Illinois Central and a freight train near Plnckneyvillc 111 Saturdays election in England zc cording to a wellinformed Unionist Indicated that the Liberals and Labor ites would have a clear majority of from 90 to 100 Albert Gill deputy game warden for Mobile county Ala committed suicide by blowing his brains out with a revof vcr Sickness is believed to have deranged his mind James Scott special police officer for the Bou Air Coal and Iron Co at Bou Air Tann was assassinated He was shot through a window of his office and there is no clue to the murderer Col Theodore Roosevelt and his par ty have returned to Nairobi from their fourth and last hunt in the British East African protectorate Col Roosevelt witnessed durieg his last hunt the spearing of a lion by Nandi warriors The first convention for the study of the hookworn will be held in Atlanta this week and will be attended by ove 200 physicians three representatives the Rockefeller milliondollar fund and many nther prominent men of science Identification of the body of a man found dead in the Breslqw Hotel at Bi loxi Miss Tuesday was made in Chicago by Col F A Eastman as that of yearsknowncriticThe original charge against E S Cooke of Chicago of receiving stolen money in connection with the Big Four railroad 3643000 embezzlement case was dismissed at Cincinnati but Cooke must still answer to the indictment which was returned against him Thurs daytBy means of carrier pigeons Morgan Brawner who killed Bacon Robb has ben able to communicate with his wife every day since hu was first confined in the county jail in Frankfort and the pigeons are still acting as messengers between the jail and the Brawner home in the country A Negro woman Elizabeth Smith was taken into custody at Laporte Ind- by the Sheriff as a witness to the murder of Mrs Belle Guinness and her children by Ray Lamphere as revealed in the publication of Lampheres con lession to the R vE A Schell now president of Iowa Wesleyan University Another melon of large propor tionsthe distribution of 20000000 in common stockIs to be given the stock holders of the International Harvester Co The directors of the company have recommended that the entire 80000 000 of stock be placed on a 4 per cent dividend basis commencing on next AprilMiss Sarah Breymer a governess inI the employ of Mr and Mrs Barnes Compton at Millbrook N Y was strangled to death in her bed in the Compton mansion Frank Schermer horn coachman on the Compton place cut his throat Just before he attempt ed suicide suspicion had pointed to him as the murderer Napoleons Grit was of the unconquerable oever say die kind the kind that you need most When you pave a bad cold cough or lung disease Suppose troches coujthI syrups cod liver oil or doctors have alt failed dont lose heart or hope Take Dr Kings New DiscoveryC Satisfaction Is guaranteedwhen used for any throat or lung trouble It hasI saved thousands of nopeless sufferers lIt masters stubborn colds obstinate coughs hemorrhages la asthma hay feversadwhoopingcough and Is the most safe and certain reme dy for all bronchial affections 50c 11 Trial bottle free at Pennys Drug- Store FARMERS DEPARTMENT Senator R L Hubble sold to Fox 28 mules at 105 J T Dudderar bought of Senator R L Hubble 4 brood sows at 8c FOR SALE 300 bales of extra goo clover hay Mrs F B Barnette Hustonvllle D Boox SR will stand a Jersey bull near Bowen Station at 1 the see son In advance Poland China boar shoats will weigh from 85 to 100 pounds for sale M S Baughman Stanford D K Farris of Crab Orchard got 15 80 for his tobacco instead of 1475 as our types made us say Charles Terrell has sold his farm o 310 acres near Richmond to Wm Fin ny of Euill county at 68 Over 100 carloads of mules have been shipped from Hardin county since last fall Most of them went South The United States has lost its plac as the greatest wheat producing count in the world and Russia has won distinction Thirtyfive thousand acres of valuable coal lands near Madisonville have been purchased by Eastern capitalists from Wm Lynch at about 10 an acre There left my place between Dec land 20 a black sow with white spots Will weigh about 125 pounds Rowar- R C Hocker Stanford R F D No2 I nAVE an elght year old wagon team for sale Also a fve year old wagonI horse for sale or I will trade him good driving horse This horse will weigh about 1100 and a good one B D Carter The State Union of the Society o Equity in session at Frankfort Friday President dent Cicero M Barnett secretary trearurer S Robertson State organizer M F Sharp executive board Ben Watson A H Brooks H C Swain M 0 Hughes and A T Barrett Bow ling Green was selected as the place for holding the next meeting BARGAIN 354 acres of good land of which 100 acres is bottom land eight room dwelling two good stock barns new tobacco barn 36x06 ice house buggy house two corn cribs etc two good cisterns tho whole farm being well watered well fenced and laVs well Will sell as a whole or cut 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 MATRIMONIAL In Pulaski county last year 325 marriage licenses were issued to white and peoplerDudley A Wesley and Miss Elfi Gxlbey of Casey were married at the himo of Everett Wesley in Somer setBryant Newby 26 years old a mer chant at Whitlock Madison county arrested on a warrant charging with forgery of a marriage order with which he obtained a license at Lexing ton to marry Ellie the 14yearold daughter of John Moore Those Pies or Boyhood How delicious wore the plus or boy hood No pies now ever taste so good Whats changed the pjes No Its you Youve lost the strong healthy stomach tho vigorous liver the active kidneys tho regular bowels of boyhood Your digestion is poor and you blame the food Whats needed A complete toning up by ElectrJc Bitters of all organs of di gestion Stomach Liver Kidneys DowelsTry them Theyll restcre your boyhood appetite and apprecia tion of food and fairly saturate your body wits new htialth strength and vigor 60o at Peonys Drug Store E H Jennings and F A Griffin of the Columbia National Bank of Pitts burg former republican city chairman Max G Leslie former councilman Chas Stewart and B F Nichols a capital 1st were arrested on warrants charg log them with conspiring to cause the selection of the Columbia National Bank as city depository A Frightful WreckIof train automobile or buggy may causecuts bruises abrasions sprains orwounds that demand Bucklers Ar urea Salveearths greatest healer Quick relief and prompt cure results For bums bolls sores of all kinds eczema chapped hands and lips sore eyes or corns Its liupr meSurcst pile cure25c at Pennys Drug Store t6reebundre4Bndelghty bottles of ky were on the public quare at Fayetteville Tenn by members of the taw and Order League The booze waa captured in a socalledj soft drink stand p Hyomei is the best remedy in the world for sore throat coughs catarrh colds croup and bronchitis It gives wonderful relief in two minutes For ale by G L Penny on money back plan Complete outfit 1 extra bottles 50 cents Mrs Mary A McAdams mother of William S McAdams of St Louis man Equitywasthat city and killed w w WILLIAM H SHANKS of Stanford whotpresence a lawyer and farmer and served in tho House during tho 190309 session lie anddmore ability lie is 33 years old and mar ried CourierJournal Aviation was given an Interesting test during a storm at the Los Angeles exhibition grounds Paulhan Curtis and others gave a spectacular racing demonstration in the face of a Sale Miss OldgirlIve just turned 25 Mr Joax Gracious You don mean- f that you are 53- 2HOME FOR SALE One story ot rooms and nil necessary outbuildings lot cunlnlui one roomyelatebestrySURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEERING I urftJylnjJwill be guaranteed and my prices aro ran enlUuedExchange WALfKU MOKINNRV S D CARTER Now Llvorv Depot Street 961fHarry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marble and Cranito Monuments Markers and Iosts Oemeter and Lawn IoKinneyFARM FOR SALE OR RENT inthehas two dwellings ont of four 200roonunnd tbe other of two rooms Two orohsrdeoneariy3WtroOs Tobacco barn cheapestTarotOKMIIAWAKII McKlnney Ky TRIBBLE PENCE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 133aStanford Hentuci- tyREWARD sIfavlnl suffered considerable annoyance KateIntcbemy gates on tbe county rond that run through my farm I have concluded to offer a reward for Information leading to the conviction of such person or persons I talonmatlon of any party or parties that have broken the latches on any of my gatesor that have sawed down or torn down any of my gates on the county road which runs Irons the JIIIIldllevllleturnpike leadingtQparties who In the futuro commit any of the above offenses Witness my band thus 10th day of August 18CW TJIII- LIHItDinwiddie Co Huston ville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We carry an uptodate line of goods HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly CbunerJduriial AND1 1 The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY I5OFe- w people In the United States have not beard of the CourierJournal I Democratic ID ell thingsanlr In all things close la all things 111 essentially family paper By ipectal arrangement tri are enabled to of far tbe WEEKLY OOURIEBOURNAL one year and this p for the price named ttboro Bend your hbecrlpllon for the com bination to uscot tc tbe Oourler four We Undersell Everybody I +tttft+ ttt+ +ftf I tIBelow Cost t I I OFFKK MY ENTIRE OF Clothing Shoes Ladies and Gents Furnishings s Cravanettesh82G 00 Crnvnnottos 812 1J8 1800 IIl It 48 1C 00I e r n 48 18 00 48 12 00U 7 u8 Overcoats it 820 Overcoats 310 00 18 no16c 7 78 12 50c 10 1608 10I G48 8 60I i G8 600W808- l500 I O48 208o0 r1 260 171 Mens Suits of Best Make 825 00 Mens Suits 810 08 22 50s I 1C 48 20 00H i4818 00H 11 815 00II I k 141 X It50 2T8 12 50II r48 1000 1 t 6 48 9 00it r4s l 8 00II J8 7 GO n lGB 600 1 818 6 b0 e 2 48t J h Boys Suits I Straight nnthK iQkjrbQ9kcrr3ut 88 00 Boys Suite 148 08J5 00 3184 00Ie 2 3 00 1148M 2 O U l 8 1 2 00I I IS Hats Largest Stock in Town 84 00 John H Stetson Hats 62 08 850i2S9 108 2 t0 1 1 48 1 50I sjj8 78Mens t i i Pants t 1 Duchess i + Trbiiscnii 1 55 QoII I 1 3 08 4uqi1 i r v 3 28 1 Jr P8a J 2 50f 1 oft r f 2 148 1 50U Ie U8ItBOYS PANTS Straight and Knickcrlwckcr 14c to Ii08 I HEAVY jftlilSCtiD UNDERWEAR 50c alit38c w 25c quality lOctGo Cost 1 8338t00 I 4 250 shoes at 198 200 shoes at 108 150 shoes at 110 I The Ball Band Felts Id 4 00 Felts 340 I t 3 f0 o o 300 2p4Sl2 50 1 8 10 v Rubbersg2 25 KubbeHBalBand 1188h+ 2 00f of 1etSatufdayNext Door to Lincoln County National BanktSAM 1 f KYtSTANFORD et- s th II WI The WintryBlasts be May OllieRleof caiNunneirey s New Stock Yards Q Plenty of Covered Pens and eOOFoec and Water Best market iu the State So bring them on Court Da c Second Monday I 11 JJuuct AseistautptI I gy n