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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): January 18, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 int1910011801_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): January 18, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V? , j VOL. XXXVII. The Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JANUARY 18. 1010. Nij. 03. SEXSTKlCKIiUKMEinnr AT t AT COST RmnHKien I AT 60S! Shoes, Clothing, Furnishings, Commencing Saturday Morning, January 15th, 1910. t And Continuing 30 Days. Owing to the unfavorable Fall Season brought about by the exceeding warm weather during the months of October, November and December, and having purchased heavily of Fall Goods, and in order to reduce same before the arrival of Spring purchases, we will sell at ABSOLUTELY COST any article in our house, commencing on the above date and continuing 30 days. Our stock consists of a full and complete line of Boys9, Men's and Childrens Clothing & Overcoats, ; Mens, Ladies' and Children's Shoes, Rubbers, Hats, Caps, Underwear, Shirts, Trunks, Etc. t; Please remember that everything goes; nothing reserved. Hart, Schaffer & Marx' Suits and Overcoats, Hanan Shoes an$SU: '.son 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. CLOTHING AND OVERCOATS 822 SO and 825 Suits ami Overcoat", $18 ami 820 Suits ami Overcoats, 817 50 84 Queen Quality, 812 50 83 50 Queen Quality, LADIES' SHOES 82 98 82 65 82 25 $1 00 81 CO Boys' Suits Boys' Two-piec- e Suits, 75c to $5 04 81 Boys' Knee Pants, 20c to Boys' Heavy Fleeced Underwear, 25 19 $12 50 ami 815 Suits and Overcoats, $10 Suits and Overcoats, $8 50 Suits nnil Overcoats, $0 00 83 Queen Quality. $0 75 52 50 Shoes, Boys' Heavy Union Suits, Men's Underwear, 25c to Men's Heavy Fleeced Underwear, ,50c,. 38 .85 00 in 810, 812 and 815 goods to Clojo 82 Shoes, 81 50 Shoes, ,We have 50 Suits iu Sires 3 81 20 at 82.08. The abovo includes Patent, Vici Kid and Gun Metal Leather. .f' r ' y iiow, 15 . 38 . Men's Wright's Fleeced Underwear, 1 00, $V- - 75 38 50 75 SHOES Men's Metal: . High-top We have 100 Pairs Ladies' Tan Oxfords iu 83 aud 83 50 Grades, to close Men's Shirts, 50c, uow at 81 08. Men's Shirts, 75c, Vici Kid nud Gun 84 50 $4 00 83 00 84 StcU-o- V, " - and Heavy Show Patent Leather, 'Children's arid Boy's Shoes 40c to $3 HATS AND GAPS Hats, 83 25 82 85 82 25 $1 00 81 50 Men's Shirts, (Monarch) 81, Men's Shirts, (Monarch) 81 50 Men's Ties, 25c, ' l' 15 19 $5 50 and 80 Hanau I'atcnt, $5 nnd 80 Hanan Kid, Men's Tics, 50c, Men's Sox, 10c, '5 $4 $3 it" ' ,' , 35 7 High-toHigh-top Shoes Shoes. p ' 83 00 83 50 Stetson Hats, 82 65 83 Hats, 82 25 82 50 Hats, 81 00 82 81 CO Men's Sox, 25c, Men's Corduroy Men's Kersey-Pants- 19 '2"j $3 50 $2 50 $2 High-top Shdes, High-to- Shoe, p , High-to- Shoes, Shoes, Hats, Hats, 15c. Pants,, IJJSto 1 00 to? ' i 00 High-to- 81 50 $1 15 75 Pairs Douglas Shoes-iLeather, W, 83 50 Grades-i-T- o Patent Leather, Vici Kid and Box Calf Close at 82 per Pair. Our lot of Men's, Hoys' aud Children's Caps in 25c aud 50c Grade to close at 'III! i L early before the stock is In fact every thing in our house goes; nothing reserved. Now is your chance. So come picked over. Sale commences Saturday, Jan. 15th, and continues 30 days only. CUMMINS & WEAKEN, STANFORD Jk, w .. .Mt4 J ' IW WW ',' 91 HHBf7V" -- " 'Mini 'K.'lilH'flll fi V, wrr M7'- - ' i itfl How. W. K Klair, of Lexington, has Introduced a bill to take from tho governor the right to name rcvenuo E. C. WALTON agents. The law providing for them ought to bo repealed. It simply legalHON. harvey:helm, izes blackmail and permits a lot of corof Lincoln county, It ft citnitldsto for Motes, Accounts, and Claims Collected lor Congress from the K'ghtti morants to feather their nests, both at district, subject to the nctlon of the dtino-crnll- c the expense of the victim and tho Anywhere In the United States. party. State, a compromise being effected as NO CHARGES MADE UNLESS WE COLLECT. "WE COLLECT a general thing, with the'.;o-calle- d WHERE OTHERS FAIL. THE BOARD OF CONTROL. agents pocketing nearly Jail of the monbills before both Houses of ey, those cited prefcring to do so to the There arc publicity and expense of a trial. tho Legislature to abolish the Board of Control, the members of WOODSON MAY,;Mgr.. For sublimity of gall commend us to which nro supposed to sec after tho the sugar trust. It plead the statute eleemosynary Institutions of the State, ef limitation as a bar to punishment We nro not fully informed as to the no for proven frauds and while in tho act eessitv of tho change, but ns for as ad- of paying back money it had stolen, Here and There. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. vised we are for the passago of tho has tho audacity to enter a public disinGnr-rar11. Mrs. Jessio W. Gulley is dead Dr. II. Grinstead, n prominent bills. Tho business ia gen claimer of any wrong doing on tho part physician of Munfordsvillc, Is dead. orally a humbug, by which both parties responsible managers. Did you its Uarbourvillc Is to havo a new high ecapo the responsibility of the results, of Bristol Tenn , suffered n $50,000 firo ever? sc hool. though in the case of tho Board of Con which started in the Caldwcll-Site- s J. Brent Cundiff, aged 21, died nt book store. trol tho republicans should be charged A HILL to repeal the dog tax is before with the responsibility. The two re- the General Assembly. And now if Somerset of C"'Sumption. Nathan the New York mcr J. Frank Barker, a prominent busi- chant and Straus, publican members, wo aro informed, somebody will introduce a bill prohibitphilanthropist, Is tho victim dominate the board, the two democrats ing tho raising of sheep in Kentucky, nessman ofSomcrset, is dead. of a nervous collapse. Mrs. Rachacl Minton, of the Baldock being merelyilflgure heads, who are wo may bo happy yet. Placing threo sticks of dynamitu In sectio nof Casey, Is dead, aged feO. afraid to exercise much authority as John'Grecn Carman, aged 58, is dend the front of his shirt, Wni. A. Bennett is in tho hands of their tenure of office POLITICAL. lighted the fuso and was blown to death in the'IIumphrey section of Casey. the governor, who is supposed to back, The straight democratic ticket, headDr. James Wesley, of the Mt. Salem at New London, Conn. and as a matter of fact, does back the ed by former Mayor S. G. Helskell, Walter Lonsdale, Dr. Cook's secretasection, fell and broke one of his legs. republican'membera. was elected at Knoxville. Tyler Ulrica, an aged and respected ry, and the last of the explorer's Tho scandal at the Feeble Minded InThe urgent deficiency appropriation stitute is a strong argument against bill will bo reported to tho House. It citizen of Science Hill, is ded of pneu- friends, has now lost confidenco in the doctor. monia. the feature. One party or carries approximately $5,000,000. The body of a young man named tho other ought to be responsible to the Presidrnt Taft, Speaker Cannon and In the absence of George H. Wilson, Evans was found with threo bullet holes people for it;and yet neither has been Mayor Gaynor have accepted invitaSpeaker.'the House was called to order In it in Whitley. so held by them generally. tions to tho Republican's Club dinner Friday by our own Hon. William II. The wife of Prof. G. T. Schooltield, in New York on Lincoln's birthday. A lecherous old creature, whose only Shanks. of the Kentucky School for tho Deaf, claim to republican favor was that he The conductors employed on tho L. & The New Mexico and Arizona State had renounced democracy and become a hood bill was completed by the House dropped dead at her homo in Danville. N. system have completed an investigaMatt M. Ellis, for many years a tion of tho relations existing between turncoat, was appointed superintendent Committee on Territories and was or drummer in this territory, is dead at themselves and their employers, and of the Feeble Minded Institute, many dered reported. of whose inmates being so devoid of The House voted to recommit the res- New Castle, where he conducted a drug compiled a report which will bo prestore. mind that they would starve to death sented to the officials of tho road in olution providing for a change of date at a table of food if they were not fed. for Presidential inaugurations. This is Judge M. L. Sharpe, former county Louisville on January 25. judge of Casey, has bought an interest Taking advantage of;the condition of a temporary defeat for tho project. in the store of E. H. Kidd, at Liberty. one of tho female inmates, this fiend Frank Moore, who represents Fulton T. Brown, who was jailer of Casey in human form detained her at his will of Legisla J. and Hickman counties in the for 12 years, has gone to farming. and when the sin could no longer be ture. draws $100.80 mileage and J. T, bidden, he was permitted to escape the Buford, who represents Franklin, draws 1 ll prlratvly my CHURCH MATTERS. dlr tollnnlwnre. ltolnu stock of butt-nrwrath to come by flight and is still at 30c. good Urge, it now being claimed for him Will Daniel Glass, a Baptist minister 111 braltb. Invoice about J,W. Rev. Gov. Willson is in Washington to at that he is crazy and in one of the South tend the conference of Governors and aged 101, is dead at Johnson City, TenOKO. t. HOPl'RR, HUnford.'Ky. American republics. So far we have declares that he will havo nothing to do nessee. observed no effort on the part of the I FARM FOR with the fight for republican offices in The meeting at the Methodist church legislature to investigate this most this State. at Moreland will continue through this h horrible of scandal, to tho end that four A N'o. I fnrm of M. H. Thatcher, Kentucky's State week. The pastor, Rev. Roberts, is rooms nmtmtocKl lJi;cr. llouijo ool th jBe who connived at the escape of Inspector and Examiner, will be United being assisted by rl Flannery. There lMlrn ml iIUminnc of itock wntr.n This Rev. brute or tacitly permitted it shall the fti' District Attorney at Louisville has been one addition to date. be exposed and punished. It is hoped States possible for Senator Bradley to About 40 additions have been made if it is that such a resolution will be introduc- give him the place. to the membership of the Broadway ichnrcbrsnnil depot, and hnsn good orchard ed at once and the whole nasty busiChristian church. Louisville, as a result j"nl,ou,"OUM', Lock Hoi HI. On account of the absence of ness be threshed out. If poor unfortuWillson in Washington, Lieut. Gov of the labors of Evangelists Wright! HtnnfonJ. Kentucky. nate girls are to be the victims of such ernor Cox will act as governor until his and Saxton during the past two weeks. brutes, then it were a thousand times population of the'-- T The TJlWTplSJ return and Senator Conn Linn will prebitter that they should be permitted to side over the Senate. world was converted at tho rate of 377 wLvCIV1E1N O die from hunger and neglect. A tentative agreement has been a day during the last year, according to J. L. Klkin, I'ror., the summarized statistics of workers OUR old friend, J. A. Craft, collector reached to appropriate $60,000,000 for every mission field on the from DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. at Louisville, has had to walk the plank the completion of the Ohio River im- globe. virtually &nl Samuel J. Roberts, of the Lexing- provements to be expended in sums of Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Hoskins have ar ton Leader, collector in the seventh dis- $5,000,000 a year for 12 years. t.nrgp. nlry outld rooms. Oninmrclnl is reported at Frankfort that South rived from Elkton and are for the pres- trnwlcrs a specially. Hpvclal rates by rk It trict, will soon have to do so. Ludlow ent at the St. Asaph. Rev. Hoskins is or month. Tlie proprietor U toriurr Lin P. Petty, of Shelbyville, gets Mr. Trimble will be a candidate for Con the new pastor of tho Baptist church coln county ninu nnu ins menu, mourn reCraft's job and Fields, of Ashland, will gress to succeed Campbell Cantrill. W. and he has already won a place in the member Mm when stopping In his town. step Into Roberts' shoes. Democrats P. Kimball, of Lexington, will also bo hearts of our people. generally will not regret Mr. Craft's a candidate for the nomination. Representatives C. J. Diekema, of ousting, as!he was a democrat until a Work 24 Hours a Day. dozen years ago, and republicans say Michigan, has announced himself as a The busiest little things ever made Tobacthat Roberts, who has been "onto the candidate for Speaker of the House, to are Dr. King's New Llfo Pills. Every job" for 12 years, has hogged enough succeed Speaker Cannon when the pill is a sugar-coateglobule of health co Congress is organized. d persimmons for one man. Into strength, In handing out offices carrying sal tbnt changes weakness brain-faIninto in The revolting exposures in the At- aries aggregating $200,000 a year May languor into energy, mental power; curing Constipation, lanta city prison by the investigating or Gaynor, of New York, has appointed committee are enough to make one's only one Tammany man. Marphy has Headache, Chills, Dyspepsia, Malarial blood run cold to think that men made paid the Mayorrnany visits, but they 25c at Penny's Drug Store in the image of their Maker could be so have brought forth no patronage re The condition of Richard Olney, who comin heartless and cruel. Men and women sults. was Secretary of State in the cabinet wero beaten unmercifully, hung up by Champ Clark, the minority leader of of President Cleveland, is reported by by the thumbs until unconscieus and sub- the House, returned to Washington af- his family as most encouraging. jected to other as inhuman punish- ter ten days of speech making in Mis Archer Baker. European manager of ments, while filth and vermin filled the souri and the Middle West, and spread the Canadian Pacific Railway, died in prison. The persons guilty of such at- cheering predictions of sweeping Hustonville, Ky. London. rocities should have been shot. A travvictory in the Congressional esty of justice let them off with J150 election this fall. fines. Among the unique bills likely to be presented in the House one day next Thursday' last 193 bills were intro- week is one establishing the whipping duced in the Legislature. With a post in Kentucky. This bill is to be great a number of laws on our statute introduced by Robert L. Harris, Reprebooks, who would have thought' we A Carload of Buggies direct From the Factory. sentative from the Eighth and Ninth needed that many more? However, wards, Louisville. their introduction will doubtless be the Representatives Raney, of Illinois, last of most of the bills, many of which and James, of Kentucky, were selected introduced solely to please some were as nominees fot the democratic repreconstituent. Clean and frest, all 1010 styles. We willj repreinsentatives on the Balllnger-Pincho- t sent four factories, and kindly asks a share of your vestigation committee. The selection The largestlvalentine factory in the patronage. Come in and look at our stock and country, which was situated at Wor- was made at a caucus of democratic cester, Mass., was destroyed by fire, Representatives who were in session make selection!) I will have them finished accordwith $200,000 worth of .stock. It this for two hours. ing to specifications, ns our limited space will not Representative John Dwight, of New means that we Iwon't get our usual allow u larger stock, come early. comic remembrance, we would have York, the republican "whip" of the said "let her go Gallegher," if we had House, says that an agreement ha8, been reached between the regulars even the fire start. and the insurgents, whereby the latter A Chicago author got gay and wrote will tttend the republican caucus on a novel entitled "My Wife's Gone to selection of the Ballinger-Pinchin the Country." It was apparently such vestigation committee and will abide a truo recital of his own deviltry in her thereby. Following an informal canvass of the abience that she ibrought suit for divorce immediately on her return. It House Committee on Banking and Curwon't do to tell too many things even rency, Representative Hammond, of in a novel. Minnesota, has framed a bill to allow National banks to loan not to exceed Senator It. L. II minus has Intro- 50 per cent, of their savings deposits J duced a bill making men of CO ineligi- on improved Tfl-PPHGflV-Sfarm lands, under regula- i ble for jury service. To us young feltions to be prescribed by tlm Controller lows this looks liko it is all wrong. A of the Currency. MK. FAHMEIl: Make your home us modern for your family a a city-man of GO isn't generally fit for anyProvided a joint resolution introduc- - resilience, und tiluco yourself in 11 position to get tho latest market quotations thing else but to Berve on juries and edin tho Housoby J. W. Holland, of at any timo. This can bo accomplished by 11104ns of our telephone, service, do other light jobs. Shelbyville, and adopted, is concurred which you und your neighbors can get for u sum thatis small compared with Call or uddrew our nearest ollice or write direct to In by tho Senate, a thorodgh Investlga- - the benefits: received. Congress has only been in session tlon of the ollice of P P. Johnson, Ad- - headquarters, Nashville, Tean., for information regarding our special "Far. about a month and yet Mr. Taft has jutant General of Kentucky, will be merj Liuo" rate. eujoying felephono service, we are not at 'line, cover tho States of Kentucky nrea tnree messages at It. The one imme.lialely. intent you. Our Friday was devoted to the necessity of management and of the State Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and tho boutuern portion ot iuumna and a conservation of our natural resources penitentiaries and control of reform and Illinois. houses E ABT TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. GO. which have sadly been neglected. charitable institutions of the State. (inooih-ohatiid- ) The Interior Journal. Claims may's Collections, READY For You. Owing to an unprecedented good early Fall trade. We sized up pretty well again in Dec. Consequently our stock is in M COLLECTION Agenc - - Kentucky. d. Somerset, J -- BETTER CONDITION ' than usual at this season of the year to supply your needs. We have all kinds of Stock for Sale. Merchandise from a baby's soft sole at 25c to a 20 inch high top shoe at $7.50, boys' and mens' suits, Overcoats, Raincoats, ' Slickers, suit gloves and hats at underwear, cases, SALE ! I Sfl&: '"IrftSrrSoSVeSlSR1. $&. Ei&E H. WOTPT J. McJROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. It. H. Colley E. It. Coleman G. L. I'enuy Vinoi The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil, is a most Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health-anStrength. It is Especially Useful For Persistent Coughs and Colds, Sold under a Guarantee at NOTICE! d Sixty-secon- g Insure your and Tobacco Barns the West End surance Agency. Get your policies written a good right pany W.J.CAMPBELL, PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. I demo-ocrat- ic We Have Received American Wire Fence. H. HICGINS, Stanford, Kentucky. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. H. B. NORTHCOTT, -:- - FtUfJXL. Dealer in -:- - Live and Dressed Poultry, Eggs, Ice, Coal. Wool; Hides, Furs, Salt, Lime, Gin- seng and Feathers. PHONE 35, LANCASTER, KY. f&SSS&SSSSb, BKA.NCU HOUSE: STANFORD, KY Tburniaii K. Tudor, Mgr. Telephone No. 163. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford ' f '"l"1 " m III! ii . iiiiii i.' uumu -r r ,... .. h 1 A Heart to Heart Talk, With You Housekeepers :.? c 3 At thin time of the year tho thought of tho thrifty hoiisckccpo naturally turns to white goods, linen etc. Wo have not fornnd have more (pedal values to offer you than usual. We are malting wine spcial prices on staples, gotten this in our purelm a soft finish black cottcn nt Wo (made by Lonsdale company), a 40 in. brown sheeting buy n flno brown cotton nt 0 oil ran Pure linen laces at fie Cluncy laces nt Tc. Fine stripe Mndrog Wc, a !J0 in. Linen suiting at Uic n 10-- 1 linen checting at 8flc. short lengths 18c finality at lSJc, (It in. nnd 08 In. l)amo-- k worth .r0c and toe, 2J nnd !1 yd lengths nt !JWc and 45c. Ilindcsc stripo wnisting nt 20e yd. I'iqiic at 7ric. Embroidered Iiatisto at 8Jic. New 30 in tucked Kntisto at Kl Mnlro stripe while waist ng '25c. New Croeton cloth for Suits nt 15c. Wo have tho new home spun linen for suits 30 i.i. nt 20c nnd 30c. Ask to look A toll lino of that lwautiful sheer cloth. nt thoco now baby Irish band on linen nnd Uatistc, very rich npd handsome designs. Visit our store nnd allow us to show you these pretty goods 15, 25 nnd Wic. "Lyko" linen nt SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. .1 & SON, Mrs. Moggie STANFORD KY. for rent. rooms in the Odd Apply to Mrs. J. II. McAijstbk is qulto sick Miss . Ukrtiia Jackson Is with Cor-bi- n Two rooms for rent. Martin, Stanford. ' This is fine pneumonia weather. 1 s friends. Btanfoud, Kym V Mn. Will Journal building. Apply at this of was hero yesterday. fice. Mr. J. W. Allen continues very U vou nre lookimr for fresh oysters Hustonville. ill with pneumonia at SoMK Rreat barcalns In box paper are Miss Virginia Bourn, of Lancaster, and celery go to J. D. Horton's restauDolni CIOpcii out 10 mum; ruum iui nun 0,1 t,..r iirr. Mrs. W. K Warner. rant. 1 wruK omm- StocK ni renny Mk. II. Rowan Saufley, of this Please bring my rug back and get .m... hn lun nbliecd to give Up tho one you left at my store. J. R. PERSONALS. work for a fe'w days on nccount of his Newland. sick. Mrs J. D. Eai3 Is quito eyes. Sam Spoonamore went to Louisvl lie e Good building lot on - Jan. 1, Burke, of Junction City, For RnsT.-OII- ke In the Interior Three suites of Fellows' building Ed Wilkinson. L. K. Hughes T. W. Ilumlilo W. O. Martin HMO t.t Tom Evans, son of Henry Evnns, colored, of this place, was shot to death in Covington but we did not learn particulars of tho trouble. The body was brought here and interred yesterday Begin The Year afternoon. 1910 With The resolution to wear clothes that nrc Good clothes aro a grcnt factor in business and social progrem and every man owes it an n duty to himself to present n pleasing and stylish front. clothes have a richne which no others possess nnd for this reason nlono every man should adopt them. Start the year right. Save money on your drcus and dress better. Make up your mind to wear clothes from now onward and to stimulate your good resolve. Come in now and ecc beautiful all wool fabrics and style models. Mndc-to-mcnsti- re M. Urioht, who has been sick, is Improving. proving. Mil. A. T. NUNNEU.EY spent several Mrs. Lizzie Williams and daughter, days In Louisville. Mrs. John M. McKinney, of tho Mt. V. W. Saunders went to Louisville Salem section, left yesterday for Jacks- - Saturday. Mrs. W. HOCKER, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Hockcr, who have been ill, arc im- Misses Janiend Mary Catherin "MY Dixie Girl Co." played three nights to rather small crowds at WalPor Sale Whitley avenue. Bargain if sold at ton's Opera House last week. Tho company is far above the average and once. This office. deserved a much more liberal patron J. W. Acey has moved his soft drink age. Miss Pearl Evans Lewis is an exstind nnd pool room to rooms in B. D. ceptionally good actress and a sweet singer. Carter's stable building. ii i m T I ' v i . 4 Saturday afternoon. frmrn Tnn. Jon printer wanted at once. Must George Uurdktte, who has pneube able to feed a cylinder press and do Mn. It. G. Jones went to Winches monia, Is Improving. ter yesterday to consult a specialist. all kinds of job printing. This office. Mk. anh Mrs T. W. Jones went to His right jawbone has been giving him Mt. Sterling Sunday. T. J. Hill's delinquent much trouble lately. tax list will appear next Issue. Better Mrh. T. T. Martin, of Hlrmlnp;ham. pay up or you'll see your name in is with Mm. WIIIHockcr. LOCALS. print. Milanii Mrb. J. S. Hick are with The Lancaster council has placed tho ni her parents at Cavo City. I HAVE for sale a fine mahogany Mr. Horace Hrown. of New Alba-n- ban on cider. t mahogany tatiln sideboard and Ind., was here Saturday. top bug See A. P. Brackett at once if you want For Sale A second-handaughter of Mrs. Cath-brin- e gy. Dora, little This omcc. one or both. -McClary. is seriously ill. ii of LonPiano FOR Sae. Square variety, Hkv. Clarence J. Sirrt-E-, Talk with me beforo buying a typeWill sell cheap. Apply at this office don, ws liere on business Friday. writer, and see sample at my home. T. -ft been Mrs John W. Kout, who has Miss Liccie Martin wants pupils in A. Brackett, local agent for Standard sick for some time. Is convalescing. Typewriter Exchange, New York. "Turkey" Hkrrin came down from shorthand. Apply at the Baptist par t sonage. There is now pending in the Legislal 'rah Orchard to see the Dixie Girl. Maccib Martin and family call ture a bill making it illegal to tako a Mna. Those indebted to me will please intoxicating liquor on a comfc.vn mnvml to tho Baptist parsonage. and scttlo at once. Miss Ella May drink of mon carrier. We hope it will pass Miao I nrv Kiiancis. of Garrard, is Saunders, milliner. both Houses and that tho emergency tho guest of Mrs. James F. Cummins Wanted, to buy a good Lincoln coun- clause will be affixed. in. UfiwARt) Camnitz, of Huston 120.000 to ville. spent severs! days with relatives ty farm of the value of Mr. Henry James, of the East End, Address Lock Box 204, Stanford, her. showed us tho other day a salt cellar Ham, of Misses Pearl, and Melissa made of rock that had been in his famiLancaster, are guests of Miss Margaret Lost. Grip between Mo'rcland and ly for more than 100 years. It is a Lynn. Kidd'a Store containing two blankets relic of Indian days and Mr. James Mk. Geo. II Harris, of Lancaster, and other articles. G. B. Pruitt. More- - would not part with it for a good deal. Is working at tho depot during Agent land. Payne. Fred Payne, aged 85, died J. S. Rice's absence. g good solicitors In at his home in the East End of a comWanted. Mrs. Nannie Woods Kitchen is AdJohn-goeach county. Good proposition. plication of troubles, Saturday. He is her cousin. Mrs. Joseph E. dress G. W. U.. 46 Rose street, Lex- survived by his wife, who was a Mrs. In Pittsburg. Pa. White, and several children. The reHon. W. H. Shanks and Doorkeeper ington, Ky. JoelT. Embry. of Frankfort, spent Mrs. Mary Hedrick, wife of Geo. mains were taken to Palmer, HI., for Sunday with their families here. Hednck, Sr., of Monticcllo. died Satur- interment. Casiiiek J. C. UaILEY, of the Crab day morning. Sho was a sister of Mrs. To taxpayers Lincoln County. I Orchard Hanking Co., has moved his J. D. Eads, of this place. will have to advertise and sell your homo in Crab family to the McAllster ON Monday, Jan. 3, when Neal Sil property after Jan. I if your tax is not Eads is visiting her vern took charge of the Somerset jail paid in order to make my final settleMiss Hoderta t.tor mm. William Brown, at Mills there were nine prisoners in it. By ment with tho State and county. Setup and save this expense. T. J. Springs. Later she will visit Monti Saturday, the 8th, the number had in tle 3G. Saloons evidently don't Hill, sheriff. creased to Mn. William II. ItlCNEY and family agree with the people of the "free In sending money for the I. J. for mnvnl from the country to the State of Pulaski." They had beenopen another year, our old friend, Mr. WilMr. and Mrs. J. three of the six days. Knmnof hUnarent. liam Dodds, of Downs, III., writes: mm p Wirnev. on Loean avenue. many my that nu .....mint of the illness of one of The Court of Appeals has decided may "Give in best regards to my 'Uncle Lincoln, especially friends Events' Club violators of the local option law the members, tho Current be put under peace bonds after two Dink' Farmer. Tell him I have been will not hold its meeting with Mrs. w. him ever since tho war and am Thursday, as was arranged. convictions. The court construes the for M. Urlght law to mean that the two convictions mighty glad he is Lincoln county's Maggie Misses IHessie and must be had, one after the other, and jailer." of Lancaster.'stopped over with togother. Our officers of the law Mr. W.JK. Shugars. on not their brother, Bargains in Land. We havo three friends in should bear this decision in mind. their return from a visit Jto small tracts of unimproved land forsale Indianapolis. We will be compelled to atop tho pa at a bargain one tract of 21 acres, anMrs. W. K. Siiuoars was in Lancas- pers of thosi who aro behind with their other of 18 acres, another of 13 ncres. ter Friday toseo her little son. W. K. subscriptions if they do not make im All well located, lie well and good land. Shugars, Jr.. who was taken ill while modiato remittances. Of course wedon't Can give possession at once. Will sell visiting his grandparents there. The need tho money but Undo Sam has de one tract or all. Terms to suit pury little fellow is convalescing. publications chaser. Apply to Hughes & Swine-broacreed that Lancaster, Ky. John Henneii and family left Sun- can not use the mails when those who aro supposed to pay for them are more day for Oklahoma, where they will The jury in the case of tho CommonWo regret to learn of the serious than nine months behind, and we do not illness of R. L. Uray, who is suffering care to pay the penalty for breaking wealth vs. tho lad, Samuel Underwood, Vernon Signal. the postal laws. charged with stabbing Capt. C. S. Ash-bfrom pncumonla.-- Mt. the L. &. N. conductorat Junction G. Lynn, who has been ill with John At the meeting of the city council City, last Octobor, gave the defendant is rapidly convalescing unpneumonia, Thursday night, concrete pavements a fine of $50. Judge Sauflley remitted der tha careful treatment of good were ordered on Main street from Sev the fine and Tutrick Zimmerman made his oxcellent wife and a splendid erance & son's corner to bizzie bai- up money and paid the boy's way to Lynch, of Lexing-totrained nuwc.IMiss ter's houso and from tho Lincoln Coun- Louisville, whero he has relatives. Ad ty National Bank corner to Mrs. W. G. vocate. To us this looks like too good came all the Cou John W. Drown Welch's corner. J. Welch Rochester treatment for a fellow who wantonly way from Mt. Vernon to see the Pearl was sleeted treasurer. An arrange- stabbed a gentleman In the back. The Evans' Lewis showlFriday night, and he ment was made with Grimes G. Ueailey next rascal who uses his knifo in Boyle was well pald'for his trip. He was giv- for a place In his livery stable for a wilt likely be awarded a chromo. ss en a "box party "Iby County Attorney portion of the fire apparatus and he is W. S. Hurch. to furnish a horse to pull tho machinery. Stoke and Postoffice Rodded. r tviu. q Kfnnedy. , formerly of to fires. Postmaster nnd Merchant Napier, of w. " Wit. Rowland, awoke Sunday morning to this city, but who has been practicing nns oeciucd It looks very much like the Legisla find his safe blown open and $100.80 medicino at Stanford, to locate In Somerset again and ture is disposed to rub it in on tax pay- in cash and a lot of checks gone. A will be with Dr.l Reddish. ;Ho has many ers. They have created 1G to 20 new portion of the money belonged to the friends hero who 'are more than glad offices at $0 a day each, which to tho government, entrance was effected to see him among us once more. Som- average citizen, will seem unnecessary. by breaking tho glass in the front door "For instance, our gownsman, Mr. Joel and o was used to crack erset Times. Uailey is back from T.'Embry, who is head doorkeeper of the safe. A bottle bearing the inscripJudoe JamksP. Oroville, California, where he spent the House, has been given threo assist- tion, "Nltro Glycerine" was found In . Lair's blood houids several weeks with his daughter, Mrs. ants when all of us know that Joe is the While he liked tho both able and capablo to do the job were 'phoned for and wero immediate II. D. Gregory. West, the morene saw of it the better himself, which at best is not a very ly put on the trail, but they did not loWhile they are at it the cate the guilty party. The he loved Lincoln county. Judge Bailey onerous one. was a bunglesome job and was evi brought back a treat to many of his members ought to put on Congressional frlendain samples of the delightful airs and vote themselves private secre- dently done by a novice. Nobody in Rowland heard the explosion, taries, as everything seems to go. fruit grown on the Pacific slope. m m y. alG-food $30.-000. vis-Itin- m - 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 inconvenienco by the thief's visit, but some cold as well. . -- f Rev. O. M. Huey. pastorof the Baptist church at Somerset, preached to the inmates of the jail in his city on Sunday afternoon. Our pastors might do some good missionary work HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. by em- ulating Rev. Huey's 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 of Col. W. P. Walton from active service as a newspaper ed itor and publisher, owing to the suspension of the Evening Gazette, of Lexington, 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 demo-crnta stalwart champion, an uncompromising antagonist, Mr. Walton, was, at all times, an ally to be sought, an enemy to be feared. retireHe carries into his ment the assurance, not only of a genuine respect, but the heartiest of personal good will from all who have measured 8 words with him or drawn them in s the same cause, for he's a flghtin' man and the best of good fellows. Louisville Times. a, well-earne- d first-clas- . JUST Received A BIG SHIPMENT Oliver Chilled Plows and Repairs. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. BEtA irTr uid taUfW U Clttaar h!z. fromeUl t tatumnt pvwth. rail to Hector Qrmy Unit to lta Youtbful Color. but Uilwfr Cunt r!p dwtm HAIR PARKER'S BALSAM ,.. Auctioneer! I Oder my ervlce to the people ot Lincoln county n an auctioneer. Hutlsfnrtlon guaranteed. It. W. McVt'HOIITKIt, Morelnnd, Ky., II. F. 1). No. 1 lletldence.Turnerivllle. FOR SALE T" I Shu-GAR- S, Htockof general merchamltieln lluiton-vill- i' on Muln Hlreet. Well known utiiml nnd traue ettitululutl. Write for purlieu' v. II. UOKKK Inn to llustonxllle, Ky. Tinging, Plumbing, Heatiijg. Ddn't let 1910 pass without having house with a beautiful white hot and cold water through your J: J. BELDEN, iiiK. mion upjKMiie uepoi. For Home nnd Currlaite Painting and Trim mlng. Paper llungliiK, Gun und Lockauiltn- - J. J.IlKLDEN.Hlnnford, I Ky semi-weekl- d, FORSALE lut roomi. e. s s Oorer Hotel, ntOrub Orchard, ulm (tore-roo- m ncroin street. lth uostiitllee ud- JotnlUK nnd n cottage or olllce ol three Porcelain Bath Outfit. your country water woils with Hoofing aii neceoury ouinuiiuingt. MllM.UUHTIrMlOVKU. y, Have W. K. WAHKEIt to iustall t'ruh Onliunl, Ky, reasonable prices and guarantee. We also carry iu stock Roofing Paints. Call and see us. doc-tor- s, PUBLIC SALE I will sell on John Ciirtcr' furm one mile from Turnenvllle, on TIIUKHIIAY, old unil the oilier 10. 1 good milk cow will be fresh In March, one brood sow, wagon, one buggy, one drug harrow, one brenklug plow, double shovel plows, one set ot buggy harness, H sets of wagon gear, 8U barrels of corn In crib. T6 shocks ol rod der In Held, Lot ol liens, dinner bell, mower FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS; and n. beginning nt 10 o'clock thurp, the follow, property: Itiood work horse,, one & year JANUAUY.rril 1810, IV. K. WARNER. L. R. Stanford, Hy. HUGHE,8. AT i una rake, household ana kitchen lurnuure and many other things. Terms made known on day ol sale. ei.AUKMOKllKACII.K. W. L. M'CARTY.Pres. E. O. WALTON, w Turiiersvllle, Ky jstrncTT iii iiftmrtiTMi ; M OIl Stanford Real EstateS&r . it FURS Hides and Colds n SsaMYiBow Root), M'j AppU. Wild Clascr, etc U's u dsaltrsi ta 856 "Ont bu. a century la muIE LouimtuV sul csa da bctUr ( yui iksa spats cf ctniDMaoa BscrcKsate. Rcicitacv, say Dsat ia LouunSc, Wriw lor wUy Stanford. Kentuchy. nitro-glycerin- Fcslbsrs, Tallow, Btiiwu, Cinseof , ' Wool store-room- JJ Farms nnd Town Property Handled ou Couiinistiou. Stocks and Sold. If you Have Property to Sell or Reut Notify Us. Writo lor Circular to BobiUi safe-breaki- poet list sad Jirfia, lass. M. SatMtl & IM I. Msrktl It. lOUUViUE.KY. Sen, L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky. i; n".K rt r hJWOjiH . ;TheJInterior titond-cla- tt Journal. rUtrrtttnt)M malltr. Potl-Offl- J.L.Beazley&Co., Hustonvllle. to be made. D. R. Fox, Sr., will stand a Jersey The last saloon closed its doors In M, Madlsonville Saturday. The town went bull near Bowen Station at $1 tho sea M. son in advance. dry a year bro. Poland China botr shouts, will weigh A Nnshvlllo jurydeclarcd Mrs. J. 0. JOS. S. RICE, Agont. Plunkctt, a sister of tho late Col. from 85 to 100 pounds, for sale. M. S. Raughman, Stanford. Thomas II. Swope, sane. I). K Farris, of Crab Orchard, got "Fon" French, of tho Belmont sec lion of Bullitt county, claims to have $15 SO for his tobacco instead of $1 1.75, as our types made us say. discovered perpetual motion. Surgoon Dontlst, Charles Terrell has sold his farm of John Singleton, of Louisville, chose KENTUCKY. morphino as the method and a saloon 310 acres near Richmond to Win. FinSTANFORD, as the place to shulllu off this mortal ny, of Ettlll county, at $CS. Office ovor McUoberts' Drug Storo in s Over 100 of mules have coil. tho Owsley Building. Dardwcll sulTercd a $15,000 fire. The been shipped from Hardin county since postofliee. the Carlisle County News last fall. Most of them went South. Tho United Stntes has lost its placo and several business houses wero desas the greatest wheat producing country troyed. "Tex" Rickard positively announces in the world and Russia has won that K. A A. M. III meet No. " Lincoln boxdistinction. in ttntnl rnnuminlrntlon on ench lint nml that the Jeffries-Johnso- n third Monday nights of moli month, nt 7:30 ing Thirty-fiv- e thousand acres of valuable contest will be held in Salt Lake In their hnll on mnln strceet. Htnn ford, Ky. Mt'mWs of sinter Indue nro coal lands near Madisonvillo have been Imltcil to le iirvsvnt. T. V. Ten- - City on July 4th. nlngton, nee. Tom Cantwell, former pitching star purchased by Eastern capitalists from of Georgetown University, has Bigned Wm. Lynch at about $10 an acre. There left my placo between Dec. 15 and forwarded his contract to play with and 20 a black sow with whito spots. Have your mensure token by n tnllorof ex- the Cincinnati team. perience. Then )our clothes, nuetlicm low Reward Governors of States are gathering in Will weigh about 125 pounds. price buslnoss suit or tb Hiifl evening clotbes,wlll have thnt Indlrldunllty and fit Washington for their conference. About R.C. Hocker, Stanford, R. F. D. No. 2 which plntuly lndlcnto they were made to d I HAVE an wagon team your measure. I wlllnlso tako your mens 30 State executives are expected to ature for extra trousers, fancy a est., top tend and participate. wagon for sale. Also a coats' nnd overcoats. Kail and Winter samples on hand ready for jour Inspection. An Arkansas land owner offers to horse for sale; or I will trade him for a it. O. RUI'LEY.The Tailor, good driving horse. This horse will Htanford, Ky. give 4,000 acres of rich bottom land in that State to tho "unemployed" without weigh about 1,100 and a good one. R D. Carter. reservations or conditions. fe CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! The State Union of the Society of One person was killed and ten injured I can furnish the public with the Inst, ns Equity, in session at Frankfort Friday, well as the freshest of cut Honors, plants of in a collision between tho St. all kinds, bulbs, potted Doners, on short special on tho. Illinois Central elected the following officers: Presinotice. Also iniike a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes. and a freight train near Pinckncyvillc, dent J. Campbell Cantrill; In connection with the above, I have nil Cicero M. Barnett; secretary-trearurekinds of vegetables on hand nt rensonnblo III. prices, S. Robertson: State organSaturday's election in England, re eillUSTMAN (HIKKN HOUsKH, Kn llcuiiAiti), l'Hois. cording to a Unionist, izer, M. F. Sharp; executivo board, Ben Htanford, Ky. indicated that the Liberals and Labor-ite- s Watson, A. II. Brooks, H. C. Swain, M. O. Hughes and A. T. Barrett. Bowwould IniurasJTobaccoJand Tobicco from 90 to have a clear majority of ling Green was selected as the place for 100. Albert Gill, deputy game warden for holding the next meeting. Bargain. 354 acres of good land, of Mobile county, Ala., committed suicide Nothing But by blowing his brains out with a revol which 100 acres is bottom land, eight-roodwelling, two good stock barns, ver. Sickness is believed to have de new tobacco barn, abx'Jb, ice house, The Insurance Man, ranged his mind. James Scott, special police officer for buggy house, two corn cribs, etc , two STANFORD, KY. the Bou Air Coal and Iron Co. at Bou good cisterns, tho whole farm being Residence Phone 34; Offlce, M. Air, Tenn., was assassinated. Ho was well watered, well fenced and lavs Insure with mo and be fully shot through a window of his office and well. Will sell as a whole or cut 200 protected. acres with improvements, to suit pur there is no clue to the murderer. Col. Theodore Roosevelt and his par chaser, which includes 100 acres as fine ty have returned to Nairobi from their bottom land as there is in the county fourth and last hunt in the British East This is a bargain. See L. R. Hughes, African protectorate. Col. Roosevelt Stanford, Ky. ""We are in position to do nil kinds of concreting, aucu ns lllock Work, i'aveinenti witnessed durieg his last hunt tho MATRIMONIAL. and. In fact, we enn make nnv thins from r spearing of a lion by Nandi warriors bouse down to a fence post. We- can serve s you promptly and guarantee The first convention for the study of In Pulaski county last year 325 marwork and material. Call and get our prices the hookworn will be held in Atlanta riage licenses were issued to white and aeiore you ouy our material at least. this week and will be attended by over 27 to colored people. 200 physicians, three representatives of Dudley A. Wesley and Miss Eflie the Rockefeller million-dolla- r fund and Gxlbey, of Casey, were married at the many nther prominent men of science. hime of Everett Wesley, in Somer Stanford, Ky. Identification of the body of a man set. found dead in the Breslow Hotel at Bryant Newby, 26 years old, a merMiss., Tuesday, was made in Chi- chant at Whitlock, Madison county, was cago by Col. F. A. Eastman as that of arrested on a warrant charging him his son, Barrett Eastman, for years with forgery of a marriage order with MAHOISY known to Chicagoans as a dramatic which he obtained a license at Lexing To- critic. ton, to marry Ellie, the The original charge against E, S. daughter of John Moore. Cooke, of Chicago, of receiving stolen : money in connection with the Big Four Those Pies Of Boyhood. railroad $643,000 embezzlement case, How delicious wero the plea or boy was dismissed at Cincinnati, but Cooke hood No pies now ever taste so must still answer to the indictment good. What's changed? tho pies? which was returned against him Thurs No. Its you, You'vo lost the strong, day. healthy stomach, tho vigorous liver, By means of carrier pigeons, Morgan the active kldnoys, the regular bowels Brawner, who killed Bacon Robb, has or uoynoou. x our digestion is poor bsen able to communicate with his wife and you blame tho food. What every day since he was first confined In needed? A complete toning up by the county jail in Frankfort, and the Electrjc Bitters of all organs of di pigeons are still acting as messengers gestlon Stomach, Liver, Kldnoys, dis- between the jail and the Brawner home Bowels Try them. Thoy'll rcstcro in tho country. your boyhood appetite and apprecia A Negro woman, Elizabeth Smith, tion of food and fairly saturate your was taken into custody at Laporte, Ind., body with new health, strength and by the Sheriff as a witness to the mur- vigor. 60c at Penny's Drug Store. m der of Mrs. Belle Guinness and her E H. Jennings and F. A. Griffin, of children by Ray Lamphere, as revealed in the publication of Lamphere's con- the Columbia National Bank of Pittsnwbsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssshbsshq fession to the Rev. E, A. Schell, now burg; former republican city chairman bssssssssibsssssVbssssssssbbsssssssssssssssssssssssssssss president of Iowa Wesleyan University. Max G. Leslie, former councilman Chas. Another "melon" of large propor-tions-t- Stewart and B. F. Nichols, a capital distribution of $20,000,000 in 1st, were arrested on warrants charging them with conspiring to cause the common stock is to be given the stockholders of the International Harvester selection of the Columbia National Co. The directors of the company have Bank as city depository. recommended that the entire $80,000,-00- 0 Undertakers and Embalm. A Frightful' Wreck. of stock be placed on a 4 per cent, rs. Also Dealers in of train, automobile or buggy may dividend basis, commencing on next No.JI.HOUth.tltMr. No.SI.Hollttl.lO.IS A No.Jt, North, :W A. No. . Nortli.fi IV P. No.T7,10:A. M, . No.J,lM01 K. M. L. N. TIWETHBLE William H. Shanks, of Stanford, FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. Lincoln county, is a House member who Senator R. L. Hubble sold to Bright Is making his presence felt. Ho is a Edward Payaon Galloup, New Hamp& Fox 28 mules at $105. shire's richest man. is dead. lawyer and farmer nnd served in tho ol Slanerd oi J. T. Dudderar bought of Senator R. Housb during tho 1008-0Mrs. J. l Drewcr. of Springfield, is Ho session. dead after a short illness of pneumonia. L. Hubble 4 brood sows at 8c. was graduated from Ccntro College nnd For Sale -- 300 bales of extra good Is an orator of moro than ordinary A test of the law which prohibits the Mrs F. B. Barnette, ability. Ho Is 33 years old manufacture of whisky in Tenncsico is clover hay, and mar NEWS NOTES. ried Courlor-Journs- l. I We Undersell Everybody. -- fttlH TTtTTTtTfT A. S. PRICE, ' Aviation was given an interesting test during a storm nt tho Los Angeles exhibition grounds. Paulhan, Curtis and others gavo n spectacular racing demonstration in the faco of n gale. Miss Oldgirl -- I've us! Mr. that you nrn C2? Joax-Gracio- Below Cost i 1 offkkmykntiim:of just turned 25. You don mean Clothing, Shoes, Ladies' and Gent's Furnishings. Cravanettes. $50 00 CrnviHieU IS oft 1(5 (JO HOME FORSALEI necessary outbuildings. ImI cuntiilns one ucre.ilmuVd Into row lot on which Is roomy Nirn, buggy homo, corn rrlh, etc. iioihI KitriltMi .(xit. Till. Is n di'.lrnbli ulnco. , corner of Whltlt-- iiiul .Miller A. II llOl.TZOI.AW.rUntiford, Ky. Incut-edon ttn-ols- car-load- One story cottne. of rlslit rooms nmt nil MASON'S MEET. SURVEYING AND CIVIL 812 11 Fall and Winter Stock. I mil rrtMmr.il tmloall kinds ot siinejlnf nml cllli'nKlnrliiK promptly. My work will ! KUiirHntt'tM niul mr prices lire reasonable. Wrlto tun hi MoKliinur or call inn oter Hie telephone through Itie llustousllle ill 00 12 00 OS 18 ) 18 8 IS 7 08 Overcoats. 820 Overwxtt 18 1(5 Kiclmnne WALfKIt MoKINNBY. eight-year-ol- " B. D. CARTER, Now Livorv 12 50 CO " 810 00 0 08 7 78 , 15 1)8 Dopot Stroot, Phono 90, 10 8 G 0 48 J5 Louis-Memph- STANFORD, KENTUCKY. r, Harry Jacobs, lenlerlii nnd Manufacturer of,' 00 r oo 1 00 a oo 2 50 " " " " . 11 11 78 08 18 2W 2 28 1 70 Men's 825 00 Men's Suits 22 50 20 00 18 00 15 00 13 50 12 50 " 10 00 ' 0 00 H 00 ' 7 60 " 0 00 5 00 S 8 Hi 08 1C 18 12 18 11 d Marblo and Cranito Monu- lams. Insurance ments, 08 8 48 ) Jesse? D. Wearen, Markers and I'osts, ('pinrtrr end Lawn Vases and hettees. Utllcv nml storks, 31c Kinney, Ky. 08 I 48 48 48 '.18 FARM FOR SALE OR RENT. Contain. 10 acres, !est tobacco land In the county, IV, miles from MoKlnney. Will sell or rent. 11ns tvtodw Pilings, one of four rooms ami the other of two rooms. Two orchards of nearly an trees. Toluicco burn that will hold 10 acres of tobacco cbeapvst farm In Kentucky at price. 1 58 3 ns 2 08 CONCRETING tlrst-clas- Boy's Suits. 88 00 Uov's Suit.. " 7 48 (5 ' 85 15 4 118 4 48 J ! i McKlnney, Ky T . IIKAW.N'KK, Straight anil KnirkerlxNkcr I'auts. 50 00 00 00 50 00 TRIBBLE & PENCE, Furniture and Undertaking. Day Phone 28. Night Phone 133. " PHILLIPS BROS., 5 4 :. 2 2 ' a 48 1 " " John It. Stetxou Hats 2 78 2 28 48 08 Stanford, Kentucky. Hats. Largest 84 00 INSURANCE. R. B. Bi-lo- REWARD. ItaWtig suffervil considerable annoyance and damage from outlaws. In brvaklnic sate latches and tearing down and destroying my gates, on the county roitd that runs through my farm, I bare concluded to ofter a reward for Information leadlug to the conviction of such person or persons. I will therefore give the sum of IY for Information leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties, that time broken the latches on any of my gates.or that base sawed down or torn down any of mr sates on the county road which runs from the turnout to the iiiiieoieTine iiustonvu turnpike, through my farmland I will give the same amount for Information leading to the arre.t and conviction ol any trty or parties who In the future commit itur of the above offenses. Witness mr band this loth dav of Auzuit. liS'J. Insures Tobacco, bacco Barns,! Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life.LiveStock.Health and Accident, Plate Glass.Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without a 50 :i 00 Hats 2' 50 ' 2 00 " 1 50 " ' 1 00 82 08 2 78 2 28 1 1 08 48 08 78 Men's Cashmere arib! Worsted Pants DuchcM $5 00 00 a 50 a oo 2 50 a oo I 50 HOYS' PANTS. 4 Trouscr. a 08 3 28 2 18 U 11) 1 1 - ' k T.J.IIII.IHK. Dinwiddie count 03 48 18 Straight and KnickerWker, 14c to 81.98 . HEAVY FLEECKD UNDERWEAR.-5- 0c quality .'58c. 25c quality 10c. &Co. Hustonville, Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an line up-to-date All Shoes Go Below Cost. P.ttcnt, Vici, Veleiu and Gun Metal. 85 shoes at S3.38. 4.00 Shoes nt l. a.50 slices at.2.78. 3.00 shoes at 2.28. 2.50 shoesat 1.08. 2.00 shoes at 1.C8. 1.50 shoes at 1.10. 00 Felts 3 50 3 00 2 50 4 m The "Ball Band" Felts 3 40 a 08 2 '48 1 Rubbers 2 25 2 00 1 75 Itub.N-"R- a,! 08 88 08 48 Id K 1 of goods. They will eicbange Furniture for til Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right April. Miss Sarah Breymer, a governess in 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-horcoachman on the Compton place, cut his throat. Just before he attempted suicide, suspicion had pointed to him as the murderer, STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. n, J.CMcClary, cause cuts, bruises, abrasions, sprains, or wounds that demand Bucklen's Argreatest healer. nica Salve-earthQuick relief and prompt euro results. For burns, bolls, sores of all kinds, ecrems, chapped bands and lips, sore yes or corns, Us supreme. Surest pile cure. 25o at Penny's Drug Store. 's " ' Hand " 1 1 HENRY Saturday, Ian. 15-T- hirty Days Days. .In si WATTERSON'S PAPER Weekly Courier -- Journal AND Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank, SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. The Wintry tl II v ' Three hundred and eighty bottles of whisky were burned on the public Napoleon's Grit square at Fayetteville, Tenn., by meme .1, was of the unconquerable, W A kind, the kind that you need most bers of the Law and Order League. w w r. . A when you have a bad cold, cough or The booze was captured in a so called lung disease. Suppose troches, cough, soft drink stand. syrups, cod liter oil or doctors have Hyomei is the best remedy in the alt failed, dou't lose heart or hope. world for sore throat, coughs, catarrh, Take Dr King's New Discovery. colds, croup and bronchitis. It gives Satisfaction is guaranteed when used wonderful relief in two minutes. For for any throat or lung trouble, It has ale by G, L. Penny on money back saved tbousauds of nopeless sufferers plan. Complete outfit $1, extra bottles, masters stubborn colds, obstinate CO cents. lit Wndertaker.3Embalmor ard coughs hemorrhages, la grippe, croup Sealer in. Harness, addlery, asthma, hay fever aid whoopingcough Mrs. Mary A. McAdams, mother of and is the most safe and certain reme- William S. McAdams. of St. Louis man. KY- dy for all bronchial affections, fiOc. ager of the American Socletv of Enultv STANFORD, $1. Trial bottlo free at Penny's Drug was knocked down by a street car in -l- loiu. as I'honelW. fhorOI. Store. that city and killed. oevrr-say-di- The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR Blasts tl sc in b. ONLY $1.50. Kew people In May Come, And tho Ruin and Snow Fall, hut your stock will keep warm in It ol Cti 'ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssP"!aI'T l, beard of tbs l Democratic, la all things, (air In all thlnga, clean la all Nunncllcy's New Stock Yards things, t Is essentially a family paper. By a special arrangement we are enabled to of. Henty of Covered Pens and Feed fer the WEEKLY one rear and this paper for the prc Darned and Water. Host market iu tho State. So bring them ou. Court Day, abore. Bend your eubecrlpllon for the com rcecouu oiounay. i. oi. nitutt, Assistant. bination to us not tc tbe Courier-Jou- r Courier-JournaOUURIEU-OURNAL tbs United Butts tiara not or n Q' y i" ; w wait i ii i. istAsli ' rs'.;ii'iMOiujafcanat