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Tho wajrll looks now wo will two weddings In our town so""- IN STAHFOBD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY NEWS NOTES. 21. 1910. NO. 04. NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. George Graves, n retired farmer of The Farmers State Hank nf Gluogow Mnriuti county, Is dead at nn ndvanced nnd the Third National Hnnk, nlfo of that city, have consolidated. Per Ulgsby, of the lllatt section, It. M. Arnold, the Danvillo buggy Ono woman died from shock, three raised from ono acre of ground $206 man, supplied n new livery stnblo nt were seriously injured nnd two nro worth of tobacco. missing ns the result of n fire in tho Dick Snivel, who for a number cf Paris with its supply of vehicles y Dr. It II. Grinstcad, who tiled at Hollingsworlh npartment house, a yosrs has been with tho L. & N. car structure In West Philadelphia. penters, has quit the road and will farm Munfordtville a few dnys since, was nn uncle of Mrs. J. W, Ireland, of this John Godwin, political lieutenant of thin season. place T.Coleman du Pont, president of thodu Tho board of equallia' Ion is In Dan and Thomas McDanlcl, of Clay Pont Powder Compnny and Republican at Mt. Vernnn and a (treat many farmers are doing some big kicking, an county, n ro in jail at Williamsburg, State chairman, of Delaware, must their property Is being raised In valua- charged with tho murder of Moses serve two years in jail for attempted election bribery. Evan. tion to tho very highest notch Charges affecting the Hurley Tobac James Cash, aged 17, who was given Everything at present looks promising for good times in and nround llrod four years in tho House of Reform for co Society wero to have been ventllat escaped from the Somer- ed before Attorney General Wicker head. Merchants say that, notwithsham and Wade II. Ellis, assistant to standing tho continued winter weather, set Jail. Elmer Denny hos been appointed tho Attorney General, nt tho Departbusiness holds up, and is better now postmaster at Oil Valley, Wayne coun- ment of Justice yesterday. Uian for some time pst. The price of a comely girl in New Hev. W. D. Powell, secretary of tho ty, nnd James D. Jones nt Pellytun, York is $20. For this sum Elizabeth State Hoard of Missions, will preach at Adnlr county. A death verdict was returned by a Harzo, 20 years old, was "sold" to a the Ilaptist church Thursday night, Jan. 27. Dr. Powell Is one of the lead- jury at Pineville agalnt James White, woman maintaining a resort, according ing Baptist ministers in Kentucky and a Negro boy, for criminally assaulting to indictments returned by the RockeMosslo Wooilard, n white girl, 10 years feller white slave grand jury. every one should try to hear him. I The indictment against Mayor John Statu Hank Inspector Wood, of Iou old. in Middlesboro, last July. Acting Governor Cox appointed S M Skain, of Lexington, charging him with Isvllle, was hero Tuesday, lie reports in office, was dismissed the Citizens liank in splendid condition. Wilson, of Lexington, special judge of for tho Hoylo circuit court to try a case in without trial. It was charged in the The old ofllccrs have been i the ensuing year. On Tuesday. Mrs. which tho newly elected Judge, M. C. indictment that tho Mayor hod not kept t J. W. Hutchison, tho wife of Cnshier Saufley, was one of the attorneys be- tho streets In proper condition. t A contract was signed by "Tex" t Hutchison, gavo a dinner to tho ofllccrs fore the election, t which was highly enjoyed At the examining trial of Mrs. Crab-tre- e Rickard and the management of the of tho Hank, and son, on the charge of being Salt Air Beach Co for the use of the by all. Tho graded school here has an enroll- parties to the murder of Andy Ramsey, bicycle track arena ut the bathing r ment of 2C0 pupils nnd now ones com- lioth were discharged, the evidenco not sort at bait Lake, Utah, as the scene contest, on July ing in almost daily. Much praise can being sullicicnt to hold them over. of the Jclfries-Johnsobe riven Miss Ida May Adams and her Frank Perkins, who was also called up 4th. Tho statement that a tratlk nnd splendid assistants for the pains they for trial, waived examining trial and are taking with the school. Mr. Al was remanded to jail. R. A. Whito trackage agreement has been entered bright, who Is now in Louisville buying head, of Livingston, has purchased the into between the Western Maryland a stock of goods, will, about Feb. 1st, Interest of George P. Elliott in tho firm railroad and the Pittsburg and Lake Co. William Erie railroad, a sobsidiary tlino of the open another storo here, as a conse- of Girdlcr quence of a dissolution of the firm of McKce, who was shot by Luther New York Central system, was conSharpc, died of his Injuries. Sharpe is firmed by President Bush of tho WestAlbright & Adams. ern Maryland. The side tracks are almost continual- in jail. Somerset Times. ly blocked with flno oak and poplar Dr. W. L. Nuttnll, former superinA Card of Thanks. tendent of the Institute for the Feeble logs, wood, cross ties, spokes, etc. Tho Lyons Lumber Co. eontemplato In the Poiitsmoutii, England, Jan. n A Minded nt Frankfort, who was charged near future putting in a plant here (or little mora thsn five years ago, when I with detnining 11 female inmate several the manufacture of all kinds of wag- left my home in Australia, I little months ngo, nnd who has been In hidJ t4J4)4)'4r4J4l44l4l4)4)'4i4)4r4i4J on, plow and chair timber, using maple, thought that I would ever learn to love ing, it is said, in Mexico, turned up at sweet gum and beech timber, and America and Americans so much that I his home at New Castle the other day promise, If tho scheme is a euro go, would have any feelings of regret when and was declared insane. MIDDLEBURG. The petition for n writ of certiorari . that they will begin with between 30 the time cimo to say Wail caught a large wild cat in J. F. and 40 laborers. Thus good times are Five years ago I landed in America in the case of John R. Walsh, former staring us in the face. a stranger in a strange land, with all president of the Chicago National Bank, a steel trap last week. J. W. Hutchison went to Louisville the feelings of loneliness that come to of Chicago, under sentence to five Rev. L. B. Lee will preach at tne in tho Federal Baptist church Sunday. Mrs. G. W. one who is alone, though surrounded by yean' imprisonment on business Wednesday. Georgo Sims, a widower, and Mrs. Is with her people. prison at Leavenworth, Kansas, on the Brooks, of Williamsburg, secmother. Mrs. Wilmot. this week. Miss It is five years later and I have left charge of misapplying the funds of Calanza Powell, of the Doe creek jj Uuby Hilton, or Stanford, is with Mrs. tho American shores and with them a the bsnk, was denied bv tho Supreme tion, were married last week. W. P. Estes has taken charge or the J. T. Cherry. Mr. Hcrndon Hutchison host of warm friends. I still havo the Court of the United States. hock line from Yosemite to McKinney, V.. homesick feeling, but It is for "My Old Col. R. A. Thornton, one of the most I wn the truest of his brother. J. prominent attorneys nt the Lexington having bought out McCIelian McAn-nincthe first of the week. Mrs. Ucttle Kentucky Home." Henderson, of Lowell, Garrard county, To my many friends, not only in Crab bar,i was stopped from reading a news The land trade mentioned in our last is with her daughter, Mrs. Ed New-lan- Orchard, but in Lincoln county, I want paper in the Fayette Circuit Court by Misses Lets Albright, Myrtle to say that my three years among you Judge Parker, who has ruled that read between Willie Watkins and Mrs. Mary S: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT w.:m bright, cashier, Shumate, Susie Cable and ilanda Tato wero years of unalloyed joy. I went ing papers in court constitutes con- Adams was no go, so we have been in- J. B. PAXTON. j. w. cash visited in Mt. Vernon tho first of the among you a stranger, but you took me tempt of court. Col. Thornton has formed. H. C. CARPENTER. BOOKKEEPER T. Jock Wells Is deputy sheriff under raised an objection to tho ruling on week. into your hearts and your homes and HVYS FOSTER, CLERK. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nowland, made me feel as ono of yourselves. For the grounds that it Is unconstitutional. F. Murphy and is now notifying those has been raised by the !' on the 14th, a daughter, and to Mr. and this I give you my mother's love, for After extending a rising vote of whose property OIREOTORS: M.rt. Wm. Ballard, on the 12th, a son. sho alwayasald, "give my lovo to all thanks to John D. Rockefeller for his board of supervisors. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford "munificent and humanitarian" gift of Rev. Luster is down with measles A little child of Graver McMullin, of who have been kind to 70U." will be a John B. Foster, Stanford; W. H. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Ran- tho Ottowa section, Is very low with And now with a God bless you, I $1,000,000 for the eradication of tho and it is feared that there daughter of must say to all, good-bykin, Lancaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; V. H. Traylor, hookworm disease, a permanent or wide spread of tho disease, as he was fever. The ganizatlon, to bo known as the South at school a few days before he was takGilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. Richard Killisn, of tho MareUburg viGko. D. Vcnco. Your friend, Mrs. Hoscoe ern Health Conference, was effected en down. H. Cummins, Preachereville; Lilburn cinity, has pneumonia. The supervisors raised the property at the second day's session of the con Gooch, Gilberts Creek. Williams, of the Sayers neighborhood, MATRIMONIAL. rerence on the hookworm In at Atlan of some 800 or more of Casey Jcounty has been very law with pneumonia, but Miss Nora Lee Poyntcr, of Lawrence ta. citizens, and some of them are kicking is some better. Evan Whceldon. who 1 is reported trom trankrort that a like bay stevs. As kicking is ahout on tho sick list for two burg, and Dr. Joseph P. Holt, of Ver has been off it Wednesday. have, compromise may bo effected between the only privilege tho I weeks, is again at his post In the tele- - sallies, were married engagement of Miss Marjorlo the "wet' and "dry" Senators ns to they will surely be allowed that. The I phone exchange. Gould, daughter of George J. Gould and the committee nsslgnmcnt of the coun Misses Willie Fogle, Wandy Hatter. We have had many ups and downs granddaughter of Jay Gould, to An ty unit bill. Eli H. Brown, Jr., has Rhoda Elliott, Bettlo Royalty, Annie , STANFORD, KENTUCKY 1 in this life; sickness, sorrow of heart, thony J. Drexel, Jr., of Philadelphia, been selected as an intermediary. The Sharp and Ruby Fogle will leave Satdisaster, disappointment, and etc., and is announced. urday to enter school at Bowling Green. "dry" forces prefer the Committee on Leonard N. Miller, tho clever and cf Kentucky Statutes, while the "wets1 Cant. A. B. Williams, the aged father ORGANIZED IN 1882. j so on but only those who have gono I throush the trials of a rugged life like flcicnt foreman of the Central Record are willing to have it referred to the of Mrs. Wm. Wheat, is quito sick at CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. r ours can imagine our sorrow of heart at Lancaster, was married a few days Judiciary Committee. At any event, the homo of his daughter, Mrs. R. M. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. intelligence of a wolf enter- ago to Miss Fannlo Wilson, a pretty the measure will not bo referred to tho Sharp. at the sad ing into our widowed sister's hbuseand and popular Richmond girl. HASJPAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Union of tho The Sunday-schoo- l Committee on Religion and Morals, Mr. J. Charlca Pratt, of Fowler, Col getting away with her only boy who which was said to have been objection' South Kentucky Association will meet Combines AbsoluteJSafety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety was large enough to bo of much use to and Mrs. S. E. Rice, of Lexington, able te the leaders in favor of the with the Baptist church here on the her. Sad Ineed this. We havo heard were married at tho home of Mrs. L. measure. 29th and 30th of this month, when sov-cr- Deposit Boxes for Useof our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. of wolves catching lambs and pigs nnd M. Goodknight, Wednesday, Jan. 19, ministers of that denomination will o will this cans tho climax. A wolf at 10:30, by Rev. D. M. Walker. nti hut likely be present. The choir HIGHLAND. L catching a grown up boy. We sympa-i- f Married ut tho homo of Rov, W. S. some special music for the occaTom Williams' child is quito sick at sion and make tho services interesting. thjze with our boreaved sister nnd the Willis at Hustonville, by that gentle OFFICERS. Mrs. C. M. Young has Everybody Invited. I rest of her children and hopo they will man, on Jan. 12th, Georgo Toombs and this writing. DIRECTORS. P. Reid. I not grieve considering that their great Miss Ella Urewer. They wero occom been quite sick for two weeks. Andy The Liberty people seem to have J. S. Hocker, President; ' J, H. Baughnun. panlcd by D. H. Toombs and Miss Elsie Gisler has the Oklahoma chills. M D- - Elrnor'. loss is tho dear boy's gain. M. Pettus, tired of the soft drink business as it S. T. Harris, Mr. Mullins, who recently moved Into has been conducted there of late. The Wilson and Ed Lunsford and Miss Vina A. P. Hbackett. - F- - Cummin,. J!,f ' Harris. John J. McRobert,. Cashier; our midst from Louisville, is now teach- town council has raised the licenso for Toombs. no. C. Robinson, Louis, n fellow walked the At St. ing a subscription school at our school-hous- selling such drinks to $1,000, thus shutII. C. Baughroan. Cash'r W. B O'Bannon J. S. Hocker. knowing streets for several days, not " with a good attendance. Those Pies Of Boyhood. WWV.Sjuaders, Bookkeeper, ting out the business entirely. "Near C.E.Tate. that his neck had been broken by a fall. Rev. G, M. Cannon, of Kings Moun- beer" kept getting a little nearer, it is How dellcloua wero (he plea or boyHe thought ho had rheumatism and he hood No pies now over tasto so tain, filled tho pulpit of Rev. J. D. said, until It actually got up In' the went to a hospital for treatment, when good. What's changed? tho plos? Haggard, pastor of the Methodist neighborhood of the real atulT. tho discovery was made. Wo know No. Its you. You'vo lost tho strong, church, Sunday. The Church had Sab One day last week while hunting in some people who have so much rubber healthy stomach, tho vigorous liver, Sunday for tho first time tho woods near Yosemite, Sam Sharp In Uieir necks that breaking tho memtho active kidneys, tho regular bowels since the smallpox scare about Novem and Quince Jones found the tracks of ber would cause no pain whatever. of boyhood. Your digestion Is poor ber 1st. what they supposed to bo a wild turRichmond Climax. and you blame tho food. What's key. They followed In hot pursuit for CHURCH MATTERS. A complete toning up by needed? some distance and suddenly camo on A Frightful Wreck. Electric Hitters of all organs of di Rev. Macon Vick, of Louisville, has the game in a thicket and opened fire, of train, automobile or buggy may Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, been extended a call and has accepted emptying both barrels of their fowling causecuts, bruises, abrasions, sprains, gestion Ilowels Try them. Thoy'll rostcro tho pastorate of the Second Baptist pieces. Strange as it may seem, as Ar-mor wounds that demand Uucklen's both of them were Buffering with an Salva-earth'greatest healer. your boyhood appetlto and apprecia- church at Bowling Green. Rev. W. S. Willis' subject at the attack of "buck agu," they actualcure results. tion of food and fairly saturate, your Quick relief and prompt body wltn new health, strength and Christian church Hustonville Sunday ly brought down a large buzzard that For burns, bolls, sores of all kinds, vigor. 60o at Penny's Drug Store. morning will be "Self Examination" bad been previously disabled by the -- CALL ON- chapped hands and lips, sore eczema, and at night "Gambling." sleet. They agreed to keep the joke a ourcm eyes or coros, us aupruiuu. Uvea and the Two little girls lost their and banish aecret, out oam ioiu wm. ouurp ami urujjovuio, father, in trying; to save there, was fa- pile cure, soo at a Is guaranteed by' sho In turn told Mra. R. M. bharp, who Indigestion; top bug I tally ournea at an 011 tease Yi. miles G. L. Penny to do it or money back has taken a delight in telling It to every For Sale.' A second-han- d I one h meet. We. west of Bluffton, Ind. office. Tola five-storscs-Ion hive EVERY THING NOW GOBS AT COST Cummins & ! ' n Now is The Time To Dim. Wearen, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Hros.-Ellio- tt J; I ''f.TM?V't$ good-byo- Che Cincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Capital, f Surplus, Resources, $50,000.00 43,000.00 340,000.00 d. rochester. asst. s FIRST NATIONAL BANK, al pre-par- t; e, '.' At. Dh. J- bath-scho- FOR ALL KINDS OF Machine Needles, Shuttles and Bands a L. L- SAUNDERS, Crab Orchard. gy, 1 I mmm MAKING PUNISHMENT EASY. The parolo law will likely bo chang . E. & WALTON t d by the present Legislature in many particulars. When a convict Is paroll-e- d now he leaves tho penitentiary with HON. HARVEYIHELM, not a cent of money or a suit of clothes r ot Lincoln county. In n cnmlldnle for Wotes, Accounts, and Claims Collected unless his friends furnish them, wheremimiiiniHiii iipr tiuKirw. iiuiii . c JInyivhcre In tho United States. illstrlct, subject to the nctlon of the as a pardoned criminal, or one whose pnrty. time is out,. gets $5 in money and n NO CHARGES MADE UNLKSS WE COLLECT. WE COLLECT new suit of clothes. Tho now law will WIIEHE OTIIEKS FAIL. EXTENSION OP THE COUNTY put the parolled man on tho same footUNIT. whoso ing with tho pardoned, or one Tub first test of the strength of the time has expired. Tho bill beforo tho extension of the County Unit bill enme Legislature provides for an indetermiWOODSON MAY,;MKr.. in the Senate when thi ndvocntcs of nate sentence of Imprisonment, for tho tho measure broke a quorum to prevent use of ono of tho State's prisons as n Conn Linn, who is reformitory. for the establishment of President Pro-terregarded as on opponent, from refer- trade schools, for instruction in tho Work 24 Hours a Day. PACKER'S ring It to tho committee on Religion common school branches, for a share of Tho busiest little things ever mnilo HAIR DALSAM C1fTir i tn rs ihm htr. and Morals, which as constituted would the convict in his enrnings and for n are I fiinl frmrtfc f Dr. King's New Llfo Pills. 1'vcry r Ful M Hrtor Oray ! have put it to sleep. Lieutenant Gov. law which insures for the parolled pris- pill is a sugar-coateHa r to IU Youthful Color, globule of hcaltb httr Cur r p fifri iiDrwr' ttlunc. Cox, who was acting as governor while oner six months of immediate and con- thatcliungcs weaknoss into strength, .iiJI'"H Gov. Willion is at Washington attend- tinued employment when ho leaves the languor into Into energy, braln-fning tho conference of governors, has penitentiary and tho regular supervismental power; curing Constipation, I promised to refer the bill to the com- ion of the prison authorities and the Headache, Chills, DysKpIa, Malarial mittee most favorable to it and the employment agent who secured work 2.o at Penny's Drug Storo I offer my mtvImx to tli of t.ln pntl.tartluii coin county n. hii niietliUM-w- . County Unit people wanted to wait un- for him. This looks somewhat like put. KUtiriuiU'mi. II. W. .MeWlloitTHII, til ho whs present. It has all along ting a premium on crime. It will soon A revolution has broken out in tho MorvliiiHl. k"), II. r. It. .No. 1 ltrsltlriitt-- . TiirnvrMllt. been claimed that the Senate would become if tho penologists continuo to Republic of Uruguay against tho govkill any such bill that tho House would get in their work that a convict will ernment of President Claudio Williman. adopt, but the action of a majority of live in real regal style while in prison, A rigorous censorship has been estabof the members indicates that the Upper and be given a chromo on his departure lished at Montevideo, the Uruguayan House is in accord with further action therefrom. capital. I (1 slro to !! nrlvntflv mr stock of Oro- looking toward prohibition. However, litiX-ni- '. ii President Taft signed the joint reso- cprlrsnnil HiinlKnrp. lHilnHJM.rohI IUmuoii will liivolcu nliout if the Hon. Billy Klair and Senator Another bank president has gono to Ballengcr-l'inchoncMUi. in in t Tom Combs, both of Lexington, can the penitentiary for five years, after a lution for tho (1 HO. 1). liqi'I'KU,Btaru;ord.:Kr. work the parliamentary trick, at which long and fruitless fight to prevent it. quiry. they are such adepts, the bill will never John R. Walsh, the former multi-mFARM FOR SALE OR RENT. Eczema is Curable for be brought to passage in either House. lionaire of Chicogo, was convicted of scientific preparation ZEMO, $7,000,000 of his bank's The more's the pity. The failure to Stops itching Instantly Contains tnst tohncoo Inml In pass the extension of the county unit funds. As he is 72 years old, the sen- external use. the germs that cause skin tlm county, ltd ncrva, from MrKlnni')'. Will lHmlltMi and destroys W. diseases. Eciema quickly yields and is fit or rmit. II in two il.elllns, one of four bill cannot be laid on the republicans tence is virtually for life. Charles rooms Hint tliti otbor of two rooms. Two this time. The democrats can pass it Morse, of Now York, was recently giv- permanently cured by this remarkable orclinnlsof n"nrljr'i trws. ToWicro tmrn bolil lOncrt'S of tolxicco ctifnvst if every republican votes against it en 15 years for the same ofTense and is medicine. All Druggists. Write for sam- tlint willKentucky nt price. Louis, Mo. fur m In prison ple. E.W.Rose Med. Co.. St. and the Governor vetoes, and the re- now doing timo at the Federal O. K. HHAWNKIl, PENNY'S DRUG STORE. McKlnney, Ky. sponsibility will be with them. at Atlanta. It begins to look like tho bclfef that there Is one law for tho rich A HILL is before the Legislature to and one for the poor is unfounded. TRIBBLE & PENCE, 60 YEARS' impose a heavy fine upon any one who EXPERIENCE in a saloon, the saloonist treats another Drt. Nuttall, the former superinalso coming in for a part of the pun- tendent of the Feeble Minded Institute, I Furniture ami Undertaking. ishment. Should it become a law it who kept one of the unfortunate in-- ; Day Phone L8. would cut no figure here at present and mates of the institution, and who was . . . Night Phono 133. we hope it never will. But the treat- permitted to escape the consequences i ing habit is a very foolish one when of his crime by flight, has returned Tnaoc Marks Designs you come to think qf it. Why should from Mexico and been declared insane. Stanford, KentucKy. Copyrights Ac. a man want to give a friend red liquor This is the easiest way out of it for r tndlnff a sketch and description ms? Anrone fralcklr ascertain onr opinion free whether an I which he does not need and which will him, but somebody should suffer for Invention 11 DroDshlr Commonlm- FARM FOR IfnlMiw linn. strictly ronfldanMaL HlNOBOOK no probably do him harm, instead of giv- allowing such a crealure to fill such a Sent f reft. Oldest afraner fur securing .entiu V No. 1 fnrm of lUnrrva. I'Hiuti utiu through Jlunn A Co. recent House has four ing him something of value to himself position and to escape, evidently by iwrui noliM, without cbsnie, la the rooms nrul good cistern. Tlierls n vonl ana lamiiy Ixirnnmt aliumlnnci- - of stock wntir. This it would be much more connivance. Let the Legislature sift Scientific Inml Is nliout hnlf Virgin soil ndnptrU to sensible to give a pound of sugar or a the whole filthy business to tho onts.hriuii mlilm: urim.Uny, corn, AtiBTHUomelr HtitrftM wkj. nml toiKK'ro.nml Is nil In grass mcrpt rIkhU pound of meat than liquor to guzzle of nr rieniiiio JnnrnnJ. Termi, 91 31 ncres unit is on the lk nriimooil schools, yean four month, I L tol4 byall rew(Jelm. down, but one is an abused custom and churches unit depot, nml bnsu good orcbnrd MUNN&Co.36,B'"NewYQrf niuloulhoUH's, II ERG is more bad news for us Benethe other would probably be taken as IxKk ISO I ll, Urancn umce. CS K PL, Wainlonioa. V.C evdicts. A gigantic trust to control Htnnfonl, Kentucky. an insult. erything pertaining to the manufacture The treasury department did a com- and sale of women's wearing material mendable thing in ordering the Custom from the growth of the raw stuff to House at Newport News, Va., to be to the purchase by the wearer, is being J. L. Euci.v, Pror., closed on the birthday of Gen. Robert formed in the East with three hundred G. L. Penny It. II. Collcy E. It. Coleman E. Lee. Slowly the country is realizing millions capital. With everything now DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. that the Confederate chieftain was one so out of sight in price, only the mil of the greatest of generals and the best lionaires will be able to clothe the of men. His statue beside that of members of their family decently, nf Lnrgt-- . nlry outside rooms. Omnmrrclnl I rates by week lrnielers sneclnltv Washington in Statuary Hall at the the rapacious trust gets down to or month. The proprietor Is a former I.ln Nation's capital, Virginia's contribu- business. coin county tnnn nod Ms menus snouiu remember mm w nen stopping in ins town tion, to the great men whose statues Hon. W. H. Shanks' bill tn prohibit Weekly Courier -will appear there, will create more interest than any of those honored It is other than licensed lawyers from examAND fitting that two of the greatest rebels ining land titles ought to be amended The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil, is a most should stand side by side in perpetual so as to make the examiner pecuniarily responsible for his report as well as Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and memory. subject to penal punishment, and passStrength. It is Especially Useful For Some Lexington people are working ed. The man who, from ignorance or BOTH ONE YEAR FOR Persistent Coughs and Colds. Inup to the proposition of carelessness, reports a title good when themselves in having a commission form of govern- it is not, commits a crime that he Sold under a Guaranment. It may be all right, but it is should pay dearly for. tee at observed that the outs are taking the Last year we celebrated the birth of Few people In tte United States bare not initiative and that the the meetings in , Democratic l. Lincoln in great and glorious beard of tbe advocacy of the change are always Abraham comstyle. Many of us hoped then that it In all things, fair In all things, clean In all in made up largely of republicans and fu- would be the last of the old gentleman things. It li essentially a family paper. By aionists. The ins are pretty well satisarrangement we are enabled to of a by some time, but not so. Already a special L one fied with the present status and we can for WEEKLV fer the yearthe this paper for tbe price named movement is on foot to celebrate and see where they are right These new nominaabore. Bend your subscription for the comTangled schemes appeal very little to 50th anniversary of his first Stanford, Kentucky. which occurs bination to us not tcthe Courlnr-Jou- r Iluttonville, Ky. democrats, who will prefer to continue tion for the presidency, this year. the present mode of government. A Chicago preacher advises husbands Representative Dawson, of Iowa, to put their homes in their wives' names says he cannot support his family on so that they cannot be sold to help pay $7,500 he gets as Congressman and will the increased cost of living. Such adresign. It is the safest of wagers, how- vice from such a source shows that ever, that he will not do so. Very few some preachers are as dishonest as A Carload of Buggies direct From the Factory. men can make as much as a Congress- some of the men who have been sent to man gets, who serves less than half his the penitentiary for stealing. time and is not forced to neglect his A delegation of women recently private business. Indeed, there are Congressmen who spend more of their went to Alhany, N. Y., to protest Clean and frcet, nil 1010 styles. Wo will rejiro-eetimo as Chautauqua speakers than they against the passage of any law that four factories, and kindly asks a chare of your do in earning their salaries. Nay, nay, will make them voters. That is the patronage. Como in and look at our stock and Mr. Dawson will not resign. He is way moro than half of the women feel. As a general thing, the suffragette is only talking through his hat. sJWsWBsWOWBWsWBsWsiBBMsWsBBWBBi mako selections I will Imvo them finished accordconfined to tho old maids and the child ing to cpcciflcatious, as our limited eimce will not Tub Texas law requiring express less wives. allow a larger stock, corae early. BWsWBIPsBBUHBBiBWiBPBiBiBUIsWBisBBBBBPJBI companies to pay a tax of $5,000 a year Senator Tiios. A. Comiis, of Lexcarry liquors into local option territo ington, has introduced a bill to prohibit tory has been held to be constitutional any circus or wild West show from exby the highest court of that State hibiting in a county during a fair. The The federal government, in all justice handsome and clever Senator is doubt-les- s to the wishes of those concerned, should fearful of having the Uluo Grass prohibit with heavy penalty the delivup by such performances. liquors in prohibition territory. Fair broken ery of i It would then bo almost impossible for Two Pittsburg, Pa., men have been liquors to be so carried and tho act sent up for two years and a half for would be a long step toward complete selling oleomargurine for butter, At prohibition. the present high price of the real article it looks like It should be a capital -:- in -:- The House judiciary committeo to olfense to palm off thu bogus for tho which was referred the question of genuine. Live changing inauguration day to April 30, MK. FARMER: Mako your home its modorii for your fmnlly as n city Ginagreed unanimously to report In favor The new tariff advances the price of rttideiice, and nluco yourbclf in n position to get tho latest market quotations of it. As the committee is composed Uiblea 15 per cent. Few people, how- at any time. Una can be accomplished by menus ot our telupliouo service, of 17 constitutional lawyers, or suppos- ever, will count this In tho increased which you and your ueighbors can get for a sum that is smalt compared with KY. to be, tho unusual unanimity is ed cost of living. They will buy no Bi- tho benefits received. Call or uddrcsj our nearest oiiice or writo direct to Considering that the next bles, but will try to make winthe last headquarters, Nashville, Tenu., for information regarding our special "Far-i- n President is likely to be a democrat, we ter's styles do for this BRANCH HOUSE: STAN1-OK1)- , KY., Thurman K. Tudor, Mgr. era' Liuu" rate. If you are not at proscut enjoying telephone service, we change be not made until move that the the States of Kentucky, can immediately inteiest you. Our Hue. cover Tclenhcuo No. 103, the end of his term, or Taft will get Business generally was suspended at Teunceo, Mississippi, Louisiana and tho Southern portion of Iudiana and two month' more salary than he is en- - Richmond, Va., Wednesday, in honor of Illiuot. EAST TENNESSER TEL. & TEL. COr The Interior Journal. Claims i Collections, ilemo-crntl- READY For You. Owing to an unprecedented good early Fall trade. We sized up pretty well again in Dec. Consequently our stock is in may's COLLECTION agency. Somerset, - - - Kentucky. EP1 d g Auctioneer ' BETTER CONDITION than usual at this season of the year to supply your needs. We have all kinds of Stock for Sale. Merchandise il from a baby's soft sole at 25c to a 20 inch high top shoe at $7.50, boys' and mens' suits, ijjTTTO American. TArr-M- Overcoats, Raincoats, Slickers, suit gloves and hats at underwear, cases, SALE H. J. McKOBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. HENRY CLEMENS HOTEL 03S330S33333er33S3SI WATTERSON'S PAPER CO P3 tr 11 hik-cIk- Vinoif Journal NOTICE! The Interior Journal' ONLY $1.50. surance Agency. Courier-JournaCOUKIBR-OUBNA- Insure your and Tobacco Barns the West End m CD Get your policies written right a good pany W.J.CAMPBELL, PENNY'S DRUG STORE, BBeBBBBBBBBBBBBBEBEa We Have Received American Wire Fence.. -- iJIsliHsHssisH nt isssjlSiisSsSsLssB W. H. HICC1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. I GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Dealer . RUFtAL TELEPHONES. and Dressed Poultry, Eggs, Ice, Coal, Wool, Hides, Furs. Salt, Lime, seng and Feathers. PHONE 35, LANCASTER, H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford 3 3c 2.riO yanli Ilnmburg Edgo nml Insertions. With the Fact Staring You in the Face high nml nny nrticlo we offer yoti (in which cotton goes into the construction) enn't ho produced nt nny ways near tho lame price; you Sonic convent jiatlcrni in this should he up nml doing to tnke advantage of these special January offerings. is (J 98c For n Holt of Long Cloth. J'A : TiOO 5c yards Ilnmlnirg Edge nml Ineertpn. lot. That Cotton 10c For all Calicoes mid White Linen finish Suitings , fnif colore 10c 19c yd 10c For a Holt of (5 . "i - ' 8 inches wide. 1,000 yards llnmhurg Edge nntl Inncrtinn; includgcn showy pattern", A I no net oiled. Flouncing; very hovy nml pretty, regular price 1M5 to ynrds Torcchon Lncc. 35c loiWic JJ00 For a fine French Nainsook. in-inc- i SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. LOCALS. r & SON, STANFORD KY. Mrs. Maggie i . ' . r r. .V . t i "' V U.mwrlaje, burlesque of an ancient Masonic initla- -' lion. Tho supper ended, the tp3echcs . V. O. Martin , L. H. Hughes T. W. Humble Piano fob Sale. Square vnrioty. fl.l.L.J il ID.inquoiiers rising to their immii-umo Car Northern White oats Just In J.I feet, sang the Long Will sell cheap, Apply at this olllco Meter Doxology, , and thus closed one of the happiest Sta.vfoiio, Kv., - Jan. 21, 1910 Miss Liccii: Martin wants pupil in II. Duugrman & Co Holler Skaths at$l per pair, Call and handsomest entertainments that tho Baptist parshorthand. Apply at has been given in our town for years. t on Claibnrnu Walton. RoMK crcnt hnrsnln In box pitpornro sonage, belnK cloned out to maki" room for now Paulhan won a $10,000 prize by a in tho INTERIOR Three suites of rooms in the Odd Foil JtBNT.-Oll- icu stock at Penny's Drue Store crosscountry flight nt Los AngeFellows' building for rent. Apply to Journal building. Apply at this ofles. Ho was in tho nir an hour and fice. Ed Wilkinson. PERSONALS. threo minutes. At one time Paulhan lF,you are looking for fresh oysters gained an altitude of 2,130 Miss Emma Hays continues quite. Tliosn Indebted to me will please call feet. Th s 20 per cent. olT on nny Shoo in our house. We havo them sick. and scttlo at once. Miss Ella May and celery go to J. D. Horton'a restau- established a new world's record for rant. Emhky Is up after nn illness Saunders, milliner. in Tans, Putenb, Vicis, Ox Blood, Gun Metal, Etc. All style Wrai.EY flights. of two weeks. get Please bring my rug back and nnd sizes. Tops in Gray, Blue, Green, Black, Etc. Will nKo Mixed cannel block coal tho very Former Gov. derrick, who has been Mits. J. II. McAUSTEK is very ill K. best, 16c per bushel delivered in town. tho one you left at my store. J. frequently mentioned for a third nomwith typhoid fever. sill nny Oxfords nt exactly cost. This is strictly n cash propor Newland. ination by tho republicans for governor Oakley Holtzclaw, who has been J. II. Baughman & ,Co. building lot on of Ohio, announces that he will not be tion Por so ill. is convalescing. Wanted, to buy a good Lincoln coun- Whitley Sale GoodBargain avenue. if sold at a candidate for the honor. Miss Nannie Dailey Is up from ty farm of the valuo of $20,000 to $30 once. This office. Wc also have a nice lino of Shirts, Tics, Etc., for men. AW Louisville with relatives. 000. Address Lock Box 201, Stanford, Miss Ella May Saunders spent Ky- I Must Jon printer wanted nt once. represent two of the best Tailoring concerns in the country nnd Wednesday in Lancaster. Stahle For Kent. -- Has threestalls, be able to feed a cylinder press and do little daughter of Mrs. Cath gunrnntcc Fit, Quality nnd Price. Don, Htock of general mcrchnndlaeln Mutton-lll- e loft, etc. Located on street nnd con- all kinds of job printing. This office. on Main Htnet. SII known timd McClary. continues very ill. hiuI trade eititbltthcd. Write for particvenient for uso. Mrs. L. B. Cook, Mil. U W. WesTEnriELD, of Talk with me before buying a type- ular to V. Il.MOHNK' Stanford. llustoinllle, Ky. was hero yesterday. writer, and see sample at my home. T. was over from Mu. G. A. Walter Wanted. Three good solicitors in A. Brackett, local agent for Standard AdTypewriter Exchange, New York. KInRS Mountain Wednesday. each county. Good proposition. Mn. Sam G. Castello spent several dress G. W. II., 46t Hose street, LexFeed "Old Process" oil or linseed For lloutn nml (tarring rnlntlnsnnilTTliiv days with Wayne county relatives. ington, Ky. Paper HnntsliiB, dun meal to your milk cows, horses und nilng.Hhop oppoMlu depot. nnd Locksmith-Ing- . Miis. J. W. IUIley. of Junction City, The price of bacon has advanced 300 chickens. Price $2 2.. per 100. Best J.J. lUi.nex,Htnnfonl, Ky this offlco yeitcrday. was n caller at everybody substitute for good pasture. J. II Kev. C. E. Powell, of Lexington, percent, in ten years. If STANFORD. KENTUCKY. could not Baughman & Co. visited his father. Capt. B. F. Powell. had "saved his bacon" this M. I). Hughes, of Lancaster, havo happened. Judge Bargain. 257 acre farm about passed through to Louisville Wcdnes-daT. J. fivo miles from town, on good pike, 1 My farm of Hncreaof good land, well The first chapter of wnterrd nnd fenced, l for nle. Hill's serial story appears this issue. mile from school, church and store, It It lucnli'd een inlli-- i from Htunfurd In lloute. Woods Walker, of Garrard, was n You will enjoy reading it much more 100 acres fine tobacco land. Nine room tho .MnyHood New tarn nnd other necetaary hnU rtx.nii. outbulldlugi. passenger on Wednesday's south-bouncrib, shed A bnriculnlf told nt once. brick residence, if your name does not appear in it. J. T.MVINOHTON. , Fencing granary, silo, barns, etc. . train. U. K. 11. .No. I,.Stanford, Ky. IN Indiana a society for the promoMn. Lakon Kikek, of Harrodsburjr, good nnd placo well watered. Nine was here with Kev. It. B. Mahony, tion of scientific mating has been form- never-failinsprings, cement troughs, I ed. It will nrovo a failure. Tho old- - etc. In n splendid neighborhood. StanTuesday. .over Hotel, nt f'rnli Orchnrd, nlo ttore-roohas rented and fashioned lovo matches will continuo to ford Real Estate Co. Mu. W. D. Newland Just ncrost Unit, with oat otllcu nd- moved to tho Buchanan farm in the hold the boards. or cuice 01 three juimiig mm u MasonIc Banquet. On Wednesday rooma. All necenry outbulldlnga. East End MIM.Oi;itTlM(iOVKR. All parlies having claims against tho Cruli Orchnrd, Ky. Mrs. W. G. Withers and son, Pow. estate of Dr. L. B. Cook are directed evening, in answer to the invitation of the Stanford Masonic Iodgc, about 60 are both ill. Tho latter has whoop-in- s ell. verified to my Masons to present them properly nnd their lady friends met in The Great Texas Panharidle. cough. attorney, P. M. Mcltobcrls, at once. reception nt tho parlor of the Lodge. Mks. II. P. STErilENS, the aged Mrs. L. B. Cook, administratrix. It was to the ladies a pleasant scries of mother of Mrs. E. L. Heinhart, is 111. dangerously Your attention is called to the dis surprises; the veil of mysticism was Kow-lan- d ltlcn IiiiiiI It the Wills of vrenlth. The Mrs. Josiaii Bisiior and son, play advertisement of L. L. Saunders, partially withdrawn and they were giv- inti'.t liLeatiuent nnd tbtniltureat monev innker, la Bishop, of Hustonville, were in ono of Crab Orchard's hustling merc- en a meager glimpse of esotcrie Mason- resting on rich farming Innd. nod la still the "aeentu dnv." He U not hant-, which appears on our first page. ry. Ascending the stairway, tho first making uny more land. The Texas town yesterday. la the last of the rich, ler.il land for and hand- Kead what he says each issue and you object which greeted the eyo was a Mr. M. Green Muhi-iitettlmnat In this country. Fortunes will largo and brilliant stcreoptican view, Iw mnile on thefulvnnee In price on the to some wife, of Kings Mountain, were in will profit by it. in lurid colors tho coffin, the landaln tbenext fcwyeiirt. Home aeekcrt picturing Kill no no further when thev are it. Mvriih. town Wednesday. went to Contractor Kruecek has taken ad- maddock and the ppade, surmounted er tounty la theKardenpot und "pride of Miss ANNIE ere,t hikI the rlth-ethcplalns." Th" good days we with the fund, no clenrlim or urubblntt. no flooda nnd bloody-boneJunction City to visit Misses Ollio Mao vantage of the several lllch dellchiful ellhave had and is pushing work on the On entering tho reception room, the orryclonea. proen altitude,country. Klratmute. A and Susie Roberts. wheat court-housWith anything like good Tyler's sword was found ljing upon the nrlre nnrded our whent and oatt at the MISS SUDIE Ellis, who has been sick National Corn nt Omnha. Nebuilding ought to bo complet velvet cushion, the Deacon's lances bratka. For freeKxpotltlon booklet, add rutlllnttritted for somo time, is out again, to tho de- luck, the 1 JA.MKH rut K.,HM ed by April or 15. rested in their sockets, the goat quietly light of her many friends. Tulli,Hlther County Texot, munched his hay, the greased pole NEWS cornea from Hustonville that 1910.-- 30 acres of pointed skyward and tho altar at which For Rent For Messrs. James W. Alien anu uum. u. including residence and Masonic troth is plighted, lighted by i nhn hnvn been so ill, aro both good land, .. r.uTaWr.TWM On Hanging Fork In Lincoln the hugo brazen candlesticks, displayed Improving. Wa "iuv grow not only county. Half of this land will the square, the level, the com Mn. A. B. McKinney and family Apply to Stanford Heal pass and tho trowel, the implements good tobacco havo moved from tho farm he sold near SecreHides and Estate Co., L. It. Hughes, with which the Mason educates the McKlnnev to the Weatherford Hotel tary. Wool cunning of his hand, but likewise the at Hustonville. m m .M. Feathart, Tallow, Bcaawu, Cburnr. McAlister went to Luther Jackman, colored, died in implements of discipline, the Miss Bessie Col dan ScaUtYtHow Root), M'y . .pplc. Lebanon Wednesday to remain with the Louisville nnd was buried hero Wednes the poignard und revolver; and as a siWild Ginger, etc w 'it deaUrti during her lent monitor, suspended overhead, hung In 656 "Ow bau a ccDtary in rt.Ui family of Mr. C. T. Bohon day. Ho was ono of the characters on the articulated skeleton of tho only LouunOe" and can do better (m you thaa mother's illness. tho Sellers side in that fumous trouble man who ever attempted recreancy agrnta or comaRMoa inerchtDti. to Mrs. BETTIB:Busii:and Mlsa Susan at Lancaster back in the '70's. Ho was aar Ilaak la Louimle. Writ Iv rV!y pace lilt and larona: taxi. Fisher Woods aro at Mlllersburjr , at the n brother of the lato Craig Jackman, the craft, and emblazoned on his bones Don't let 1010 prus without having hot and cold wnter through your tho warning "Behold tho fate of him M. Satibl & Sorts, bedsidootthe lattcr'a brother-m-iawbeen blind of lato years. and had house with a beautiful white who would betray tho secrets of our E. Marltt St. :0 10U1SVHIE, KY Mr. S. M. Allen. Mrs. Carrie Siiklton spent a week Bargains in Land. -- We havo threo order!"to At 7 o'clock l, the company was the banquet-halwhere a full with Miss Mary Vanoy, who has recent- small tracts of unimproved land forsale taken ly returned fromla pYotractcd business nt a bargain ono tract of 21 acres, an- orchestra of music was in attendance, and where at u beautifully decorated trip to Martin, Tenn. other of 18 acres, another of 13 acres. Mrs. A. E. Hundley leaves tomor-ro- All well located, lie well nnd good land. table, in shape of the letter U, expresHavo W. K. WARNEK to iustnll your country water worku with for Orlando,.! Fla., to spend the Can give possession at onco. Will sell sive of Masonic unity, Prof. J. W. Irercnsouahle prices and guarantee. tho winter with her sister, ono tract or all. Terms to suit pur- land as Toastmaster, welcomed nearly balance of We.whoae nnmei appear below, ttrlctly a hundred guests, who reverently stood forbid hunting, tithing or nny kind of Advocate. Mrs. W. L. Palmer. on our placet und chaser. Apply to Hughes & Swine-broa- while Kev. Wo also carry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS; Rooling aud Dickey offered tho in- olator! to the full extent ofwill protecute viJ. J. the law. Mr. and Mrs. James F. Holdam Lancaster, Ky. Mitt Mattle llewoa. ItelcheniMich Ilrnt. Roofing Paints. vocation, and were then seated by the moved to Crab Orchard yesterday, rreu iiuumuiin, A.T.Travlor. N. II. l'luiiimer, greatly to tho regret of the many Those Eighth District editors are gavel's rap. Tho menu justified tho Milium (Jooch, Call nnd see us. Will lletter. It. 0. Nuunelley, J. W. I'eck. friends mado during their sojourn here. really In earnest in urging tho claims of words of the menu card "O, hour of J. V. llaugbmun. J.K.llruce, IluvldHtevena, OUR faithful and efficient Huston Judge M. C. Saufley for tho democratic all hours the most blessed upon earth!" JohnUitmenlieb. win.uoruier. Dan Tray lor, M. 1). Klmore. ville correspondent. Mr. W. K. Wll nomination for coventor. And from The repast offered was consomme, cel MOIlll) mien. Kred liniidorf, I). M. Anderion. Hams, has been ill for some time and what wo know of tho Judge and have ery, olives, Roman punch, turkey with J. J.Thompaon, j, r. sioter, Mr. and Mrs. Jiia. 11. Kadi tho absence of his heard of his promptness iu handling jelly, panned oysters, beaten biscuit, tint: nrrnuntaltfor A. Klluitu j. iiuriou Mra. (ieo. IxiKiin. J. J.KIIIott. good letters. business that has como before his court green peas, mashed potatoes, chicken W. iu DnuKherty, rnuiK Conner, E. C. WALTON, W. L. M'CARTY.Prcs. L.R. IIUGH1C8,8. A T Ilr.li.ll. 1'errv! Mr. Sam M. Spoonamore, who has we believe that Bhould tho fortunes of salad, ice cream, sherbet, assorted Iter.l KutberIeo, 1. .lulnAB H. 11. Ilauchiiiiia, hnon with Geo. D. Hopper for two war and politics put him in tho Gov- cakes, fruits, nuts, wafers, coffee. UpUriah AlbrtKht A. 1). Itoot, Mra. Muritaret (lander years, has resignednd will go to Knox-vlll- o ernor's chair, he would conduct tho on the toast card simply appeared the tleo. I). Hhent, (Jooch. Jacob Trio lor W. II. Ham llolierta. to enter Daugh'a Busi- State's business as ho does that of tho words. "In after dinner talk, across John Jufer, Amend ttchiicfcr, M.J. lluluiiinn. ness College. K. T. lleailey A. II. Mutlieny peoplo of his judicial district. Lexing- - tho walnuts and tho wine." And the Mm. J.ll.Ovitk.y, after dinner talk was opened in a most Ii. H. Garner. Mr. It. G. Jones has moved his fam- ton Herald. II. L. riiKuley, M. J. Morgan, hnppy way by tho Toastmaster, who H.O. Wutklna. 8.T. Uiirrlt, ily to the T. C. Ball property on Depot J.U. Hundley. It. Ji.Urow, supervisors, composed then introduced Mr. J. W. Saunders having moved to tho The board of street, Mr. Ball I). K.Mcdlure. M rt. Nannie II. flood, AnderaoiiUarr, Anton Ilonecker. country. Mr.W. W. White will occu- of Messrs. John K. Baughman, J. N. as the first speaker and who was folV. M. tUahoii, Kred Voiidriieulgun T. I., llitugbmun, Mra. Kale Ailur py Mr. Jones' home, on Whitley av- Menefee, E. P. Woods, O. P. Newland lowed by Mr. G. B. Lyne, of Crnb OrMra, Ilebvccn It. Carpenter Modluta, and D. It. Adams, completed its labors chard, Mr. John W. Brown, of Mt. W. Kimatz. enue M. r iJiwreme, John 8. Lev, If. Hevlert, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Garnett went Wednesday afternoon. Tho total ralso Vernon, Mr. Davutflackson, of London, t'hrltttiiii Jacob Tom Kerrlll, It has been u who is tho Senior Grand Warden of V. W. 1'ltmau, Kred I'ayk, City Wednesday to be present amounted to $112,027. to Cavo Alex Cooper. J. N'evln I'mtcr, Farms und Town Proit'rty Handled on CoinuiUoiuii. Stocks and Dondj at tho marriage yesterday afternoon of long time since a more substantial lot the Grand Lodge of Kentucky. After V. II. Dmibiiin, Mr.I),W. (1. Welch, II O.Anderson, W. (loocb, Sold. If you Havo Property to Sell or Rent Notify U. sister, Miss Mary Garnett, to Mr. of men has served in tho capacity of Mr. Jackson's speech, Mr. Robert II. UusUelatl. his T, A. ltlcv, Chrlt Daiueulacb, Georgo Mooro, of Portland Tenn. The county supervisors and their work is to Tomllnson, of Lancaster, responded to Ileubcu Uurtlt, Write for Circular to Tlnaley Hpoouuiiiorv Jainoa Hinlth, compil- - the first toast. Prof. Ireland, assist V. W. darter, bride has frequently visited her sister, bo commended. The board A. It. Darter, W. IMlrlmea, II. W, Oalnea. Mrs. J. 8. Hico. at this place, and is mented Assessor W. A. Carson's work. ed by Misses Frances Adams and Kthel W. M. KleliUl J.I.. lloltaolaw, very popular with our young people. Mr. Carson has made a capital assessor, I Fettro, sang In a most acceptable way. lrt. Muttle White, it. K. unmet. Sunday to at- Mr. and Mrs. Rico left Mitt Mary fepplea, w.ie.Kton. d men will admit. a song prepared for the occasion, In Janiea Matter, A. L, Ttuiiupaeai, H all Two rooms for rent. Martin, Stanford. .... 20 Per Cent. Off. cross-countr- y ' FOR SALE n. J. J. BELDEN, HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, FARM FOR SALE! 0 y. d l JUST ' g FOR SALE Received A BIG SHIPMENT OF raw-hea- d s. l't Oliver TULIAUOMMKH-CIAI.OI.UI- I. ...., FURS JJ m r. Chilled Plows and Repairs. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. I m dirk-knif- e, Tinrjing, Plumbing, Heating. w POSTED. Porcelain Bath Outfit. W. K. tret-paast- d, WARNER, i Stanford, Ky. i 1 to-da- y Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford, Kentuclly. fair-wisck- L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky, 'TfCr-- r W"' 'ST? "- - mtf9ryrvMWW 'wfff iippmnwi iiw U f L. I r PARMER'S DEPARTMENT. J. Farris told 51 head of cattle court day at 3) to 41c JhdrrdinAPoi(Oi!(U Stanford at Garner Price bouRht of Charles maitVr. Thompson, of Pulaski, a pair of mules If wnrf-cb-u for $275. For Sale. -3- 00 bales of extra good N. cloyer hay. Mrs. F. B. Darnotfo, No.jl.Houth.lliWr.M. No, , Houtli, 10 :ll A M. Hustonvlllo. 14, No.JI.Nortta.sllO... M. O. D. Fox, Sr., will stand a Jersey No.,North,8: r. M. Being the ll day of ihe February term oi ihe Nn.n.lOiKA. M. bull near Dowcn Station at $1 the sea No.i,j:wp. m. Lincoln county court, 1 will, between llie hours son in advance, JOS. 8. RICE, Agont. Poland China boar shoats, will weigh ol 9 o'clock A. M. ind 4 o'clock P. M, in oW in Stanford, Ky., from 85 to 100 pounds, for sale. M. S. front of the sell at public outcry to the highest and lest Daughman, Stanford. for cath in hand, the following lists, or to At the sale of tho Lebanon Horse Sale Co., at Lebanon tho other day, 100 much ai will pay taies, cod and penalty. Surgoon Dontist, As (art ai payments are made the names wil head went nt $250 to $500. STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Mules sold at $225 to $230 at Mt. Ster disappear. The amount set opposite each name includes ling Monday. The supply did not Ofioe ovor McRoberts' Drug Store in begincourt 6 per cent, penalty and cost of adVertising. to equal the demand. the Owsley Building. Stanford White. John Cotton sold to Mr. Cutsinger, of Anderson, his farm of 15G acres on tho Barnett, Mrs. Elisabeth house and lot $ 3 65 Bnght, J. W. 140 acres 74 34 Lebanon pike near Danvillo at $90. MASON'S 22 75 J. B. Ruble, of Garrard, sold 10 mules Carpenter Sitters town lot 160 n Lin coin Xh No. ft) F. A A.M. will mwt to T. W. Duckworth at $190 and to an- Collins, Mrs Bettie 40 acres Dives, C L 25 acres In stair! communication on each nm nncl other party a pair of mules for $425. tntnl Monday nights of each month, nt J:ao acres There were 150 cattle on tho George- Hasty, Jack o'clock In their bull on tniHn itreeet, Members or lister lodges are Manuel, Thomas 5 acres 1908-- 9 Invited to be present. T. W. Pen- town market Monday and they sold at nington, Hee. 3 85 to G cts. Mules went at $130 to Syeser, John and Dan NR I acre Thcjlnterior Journal. M. Sheriffs Sale For Taxes, TITCETHBLE Monday, Feb. 'JO. court-hom- e A. S. PRICE, bid-d- MEET. hmii-fortl.K- y. ii count. Slaughter, Mattie Insures Tobacco, Toacre Smith. J H NR POLITICAL. acres bacco Barns,! Hemp, Sutton, Wm 4 J. A. Craft, when his term as All Kinds of Farm of the Fifth Internal revenue Waynesburg White. dis A Property, Everything, trict expires, will resume the practice August. SilasJ N R Baugh, 32 Louisville. Everywhere. Light ofAlaw inappropriating $750,000 S M N R 100 bill to inu ning, Fire, Tornado, prove the Green river from Mammoth Bryant, Moliie 3 Byrd. acres Life.Live Stock.Heaith Cave to Greensburg was Introduced by Carrier,Joe L house and J Representativo Ben Johnson. and Accident, Plate Clark. Thomas N R 50 acres not Claunch, Glass.Suretyon Bonds hi"The announcement that I will suc- Denny. WLibertus 40 a candidate for governship to correct. I feel Immediate .attention ceed myself is entirelyfamily, should Estes, John L 30 acres . 25 that in given to losses which resume Justice to myof law," says Gov. Falk. L C N R acres acres the practfne Fisher, J C acre are paid without! dis Hughes, of New York. Gattineau. Ceo acres . I Fall and-- 1 Winter Stock. Thomas Adams, of Madison, bought Jlaro jour measure In ken by n tailor of ex- of Josiah Moore 200 barrels of corn to perience. Then your clothes, whether n low be delivered in June, July nnd August price bastnes suit or the nnest evening tlothejwlll have thnt Individuality nnd tit at $4.50. which plainly Indicate they were made to 1 have an joor measure. I will also take your men v waeon team re for eitra trousers, fancy vests, top wagon roatsi and overcoats. Kail and Winter for sale. Also a samples on hand ready for your Inspection. horse for sale; or I will trade him for a a. O. RUPLEY. The Tailor, good driving horse. This horse will Stanford, Ky, weigh about 1,100 nnd a good one. B. D. Carter. r CUT FLOWEBSJFOB SALE! T. W. Jones, who was at tho Mt. I can'furnlsh the public with the best, as well as the freshest of cut flowers, plants o: Sterling court Monday, tells us .there all kinds, bulbs, potted tlowen. on short were about 1,500 cattle on tho market aottce. Also make a specialty of wreaths Jor for funeral purposes. and that most of them sold. Steers In connection with the nboTe, I have nil kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable brought 4 to 51e. heifers, 31 to 4c, prices. cows 3 to 4e. Mr, Jones bought a carOIIIUSTMAX CiRRKX HOUHES. Kl llUHUARD. l'EOII. load of cattle while there. Ky. Htnnford, A committee from the headquarters of the BurleyTobacco Society left LexftfurasJTebaccoland Tobacco ington Tuesday for Washington, where larns. they will confer with the Attorney GenNothing But Insurance. eral in regard to the contemplated action by the government against the so ciety charging it with violation of tho Sberman anti-truThe Insurance Man, law. There were 200 cattle in Thurmond STANFORD, KY. & Coleman's stock pens Monday. They Residence Phone 34; Office, 86. soli readily nt an average of about 4c Insure with mo nnd bo fully a pound. Mock Hughes sold 5 horses protected. at the following prices: 1 sai'dle stnl- Iion to Capt. Casey for $500: 2 horses to Shel Harbison for $450; 1 colt to a Mississippi party for $250 and one to Mr. Kendig, of Georgia, for $150. Ad 'Wears In position to do all kinds of con vocate. . cretlng. such as lllock Work, Pavements uu, iu i.ci, we can inoKo any tmng irom Bargain. 354 acres of good land, of houso down to a fence post. We can serve you promptly and guarantee which 100 acres is bottom land, eight-roos worn ana material, uau ana get oar prices dwelling, two good stock barns, Before you buy your material at least. new tobacco barn, 36x96, ico house, buggy house, two corn cribs, etc., two good cisterns, the whole farm being Flayfourtn. Wm 10 acres " .. well watered, well fenced and lays Turner, Mrs Walter 73 acres Stanford, Ky. well. Will sell as a whole or cut 200 Thompson, A J 169 acres Crab Orchard Colored.'' acres with improvements, to suit purchaser, which includes 100 acres as fine Blanford, Julia 4 acres m acre bottom land aa there is in the county. Humbsr, Robt This is a bargain. See L. R. Hughes, Humber, EfEe I acre R. B. MAHOINY Nile, Georgia 4 acre Stanford, Ky. eight-year-old $225. Jessej.D. Wearen, st CONCRETING first-clas- m PHILLIPS BROS., Wheat, Mrs Maggie 65 acres Wilson. WE gdn 27 acres Wren, Mrs Nancy half acre Yates. Wm hrs 50 acres 1.60 Stanford Colored. Abbs, Geo 2 ucres 3 25 Barrow, Manuel N R I aore I 60 Bright, Tobe 8 acres I 60 Brown, Dan I acre- ' 6 95 Carson, WA I acre 3 20 Crow, Eliza 4 acres 3 20 Crow, Mary 32. acres, credit 80c, balance 490 Giveru, Kate NRJ0 acres 2 20 Hayes, Will acre ' 6 50 Jackman, J S house and lot 3 75 Lackey, Thomas 27 acres 490 Lackey, Broaddui 2 acfet 2 20 brttey. Will I acre 3 75 Lillard. Edmond house and lot 6 70 Logan, James 12 acres 4 85 Logan, Mariah 5 acres I 60 Lytic, Bob 2 acres Miller, Geo Jr house and lot Penman. John 4 acre, credit 3,10. bal Robinson, Amanda I acre Simpson. Millie acre SimpjOn, Eliat 33 acres Wade, Lucy house and lot '3 95 Withers, Lucy A house and lot I 60 Crab Orchard-Wh- ite. Barnes, Wm 2 acres 75 Bobbin. FF 59 acres 9 .90 Delaney, Henry 52 acres 3 75 Delaney, Eliza 45 acres 2 20 Denny, A C 24 acres 3 20 Dithon, Ann and Bertha 40 acres I 50 Holmes. D V 190 acres 38 65 wnesioryeottnei of atll Hopper, Bill 41 acres 320 nccessnry outbuildings.elaht rnnml unit one l.ot contains ncre, divided Into cow lot on which Is roomr Keisey, Lutes N R 87 acre! 685. Limrn, uuwsy tiouto, corn crib, etc dood" Kennedy, Ben 62 acres 4 50 ttnrueii I)Kji. uu is a aesirnuiA nlnce, local- rJ on corner of Whitley ami 31 filer streets. Kidd. John N R 20 acres I Carter, Mrs N J $ acres 2 95 Compton, E D I acre 3 25 LWI, Ueo 7 acres 3 50 Deters, Howard N R I acre 2 20 Uurham. U W 34 acres 3 75 EHisort, G W house and lot 9 85 ETerrtt, Frank 50 acres 4 05 Hutchington. W D 20 acres 6 00 McGinnis, A T N R hnuse and lot 4 50 Miracle, A B 100 acres 16 40 Reid. Mat 4 acres 3 73 Reynolds, Mrs Moliie 25 acres 4 00 Russell. G W acre 7 00 Shipman. F L his 40 acres 2 20 Spaw. Ellen N R 2 acres 60 Vaught, John house and lot 3 75 Wafigoner Thomas 50 acres 4 35 Wilcher. J W 50 acres 3 75 White. Robt N R 25 acees 6 80 I lustontrille Colored. Anderson. Ritter N R house and las 4 in Armstrong. Frank house and lot 8 45 Barheld. Henry land 45 Bright, Lucy N R I acre 60 Brown, Nathan N R acres 60 Brown, Frank I acre 75 Bruce, Robert house and lot and 3 acres 10 Bruce, Cill N R 3 acres 20 Clnyd, Bettie 2 acres 60 Davit, Ed house and lot 4.25 Drye, Steve house and lot 4 95 Durham, Dan N R 3 acres 4.00 Frye, Ceo N R 5 acres 4 20 Gilbert, Marge 4 acres 4 35 Gillispie, Green house and lot 3' 80 Girent, Sylvia 12 acres 4 00 Givens, Ellen house and lot I 60 Helm, James house and lot 3 25 Hooker. Mack 3-- 4 acre 5 90 Jones, Henry acre 4 25 Lodge Rooms by Joe Drye house and Tot 5 70 Lyons, Manha N R house and lot I 60 llcUrniack, Geo Sr 4 acres' 4 85 McCormack, Green 35 acres 5 00 McKinney, Rine I acre 3 25 McKinney, Kate acre 2 20 McKinney, Crmpbel! N R house and lot 2 20 Miller, Jim N R house and lot I 40 Miller, James 25 acres 7 25 Aloreland. Jennie I. acre 60 Owsley, Emily house and lot 12 25 Rifle. Smith house, and lot 4 35 Rifle, Laura 2 3-- 4 acres 6 20 Shears, Thomas I ' 3 80 acres Singleton, Jessie I acre '60 Smith. Patsy bouse and lot 2 20 Smith, Thos house and lot 30 Walker. Thos house and lot 4 65 Walker. Thos 2 acres 4 8S Welch, James house and lot credit $3 bal I 85, Wcatherford, Bolin N R house and lot I 40 Wealherford, Judie 65 T. J. HILL. Lincoln County. We Undersell Everybody. MmTm4-Tf4-f4-t Below Cost I ! OFPKIl MY KNTIUK OF Clothing, Shoes, Ladies7 and Gent's Furnishings. Cravanettes. 812 1)3 J 320 00 Cravuncltr 18-0- 15 00 13 00 " " Tl 0 8 7 12.00 820 Ovcrcoatu 18 15 12 10 8" 18 18 18 Overcoats. V . m 810. 00 tl 118 7 78 (5 " CO 1(8 0 5 t 51 2 50 00 " 00 " 00 ' 00 50 v' .- - IS . . .', . 5J78 .1 08 :i 4s 2 08 2 28 I 70 325 00 Men' Suits 22 50 ' 20 00 " 18 00 15 00 " ' 13 50 ' Men's Suits of BestlMake 8 IK 08 1G 12 5010 00 - '. . -- 00 8 00 7 50 G 00 5 00 I) ' ". "' '.' ' ' " w .J ''. -- ' 12 11 -- ' ... -- - - " ' '" ' A . 8 7 7 0 4 4 48 48 08 48 08 48 48 '5 is 08 58' Boy''s Suits. Stroicht nml Knickcrliocker 83 00 lloy'8 SuitA 8 '2 3W 08 HOME FOR SALE! ,. Paul. 85 4 4 3 2 2 1 ' ' (i 1 o 00 50 . ". ' . 48 08 18 80 20 I A.H. II0LT7.0I.AW, Htnnfonl, AND CIVIL NEERINC. V.y. 00 00 2 50 2 00 .1 " " f Steiwm 41." 85 1 625 SUHVEYIN6 60 EfcGI- - INSURANCE, 84 00 Joliu-H3 50 ' 0 Hats..Largcst Stbckin Town. . 48 78 28 48 08 lints 3-- 220 I lam creoared tnrlnall kfmli nf 2 95" n?. S'v" UlneeVlna: promptly. My work 2 40 Hill ba guaranteed and my prloes are reasonable. Write me at McKinney or call me I m,,in. 3.00 HaU 2 00 1 1 8908 2T8 2 28 1 1 over the telephone through tho llustonrllle 35 Kxchange. WAtifKIt MoKI.NNEY. 95 '" ' 50 00 ' 08 48 08 o acres 325 450 3 00 4 50 134 acres acres r B. D. CARTER, , ,. Men's Cashmere ancf Worsted acres New Liven Burin. acres 35 4 85 3 70 Depot Street, Phone 06. Pants . DucIicm Trousers. 55-00 STANFORD. KENTUCKY. lot . 2 30 7 '5, 3 75 2 75 4 50 acres Harry Jacobs, Dealer In and Manufacturer or; 1 hrs I 00 " 50 ' 00 60 " 00 1 50 ' BOYS' PANTS. 4 ' 3 3 2 2 " " '" 3 08 3 28 28 2 10 1 1 Str'aicht nnd Knickerlifipknr JJNDERWKsVK.-S- 0c 08 48 08 1 630 4'65' Jr. in si nn J.L.Beazley&Co., UndertiKers and Embalm. err. Also Dealers in Fur ature,JMattings,Rug. They will exchange Furniture lor all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. Provoked by published charges that the Burley Tobacco Society controlled the courts and the Legislature of Ken tucky, Representativo J. Campbell Cantrill, in an impassioned speech in the House, defended the people of Ken tucky as He declared that in opposing the tobacco trust they had exercised their rights in a lawful manner. Mr. Cantrill contended that as there was but one buyer of tobacco, the raisers of that product were justified in combining so that there would be but one seller. 15 Marble and Cranito Kinney, Ky. ' Napoleon's Grit was of the unconquerable, oever-say-di- e tanford; - Kentucky. J. C. McClary, ni& fh . w - - V lung dUeaso. Supposo troches, coupb, syrups, cod liter o llor doctors have nil failed, don't lose heart or' hope. Take Dr King's New Discovery. satisfaction Is guaranteed when used lor any throat j)r lung trouble, Ithas saved thousands of nopoless sufferers. It masters stubborn colds, obstinate coughs hemorrhages, la grippe, croup aswima, nay lever and wnooplnjcough and is the. most' safe and certain remedy for all bronchial affections. 60o. $1. Trlsl bottle free at Penny's Drug Spradliqg.aasJNR45 Store. The committee of the University of Copenhagen has completed Its examination of Dr. Frederick A. Cook's orle- inal notes, and confirmed Its previous conclusions that not the sllchtest Droof kind, the kind that you need most when you have a bad cold, pough or Gastineau. J H 75 acres Gooch, Colonel 2 acres Cooch, Cicero hrs 37 acres Courier, Mrs Sarah 23 acres Hatcher, Sarah A 72 acres . Hicks. WHNR 107 acres '. Lutrell, Martha 3 acres . McCuJey, Mrs D hrs 68 acres Montgomery, J W I acre and lot Moore, D M 20 acres Morris, E F 100 acres Murphy, Edmond 17 acres Noble, W CNR 1 16 acres Padgett. R D house and lot Parker. J C N R 92 acres Pitman, W R house and lot Plias, Docia 25 acres , , Prsvitt. Mis' Ella acre Reid, Ollie N R 4 acres Reid, Elna 1 1 acres Reid. W S3 acres Rice. WM A NR 20 acres Rigney, Sam 26 acre Robinson, Wm 15 acres Scarbrough, J H 50 acres Snoop, Ellen 43 acres s Sims, D W 20 acres Sims, Tipton 106 acres Sims. W G 20 acre. Sims, Hayden 12 xcres' Smidi, Mrs Eva 200 acres orHEAYYKECED . quality 10c. rjunlitv 38c. 3 75 4 20 Markers and I'Mtt Cemetery nnd Lawn 2 75 Vases and Hettues. Ottlco lid works, Mc- I All Shoes Go Below Cost. Patent, Vjci, Vclera and Otni. Metal. 85 shoea at 4.00 Shoes nt 320. 3.50 shoes at 2.78. 3.00 shoea nt 83.38. 2.28. 2.50 sliocsat 1.08. 2.00 shoes at 1.08. 1.60 shoea at 1 .10. 4 00 Felts 3 60 3 00 " 50 2 25 a oo 1 75 60 625 3 50 I REWARD. , ' Haying suffered considerable nnnoance 4 50 and damage-froMilan, )n brenklutt gate latches nnd taurine down and dutrovtntr 4 95 .my, gate, on the county road .that runs 485 inrougn uiy rami, 1 nave concluded to oirur '9 20 is reward (or information leading' to'tbeI conviction of sueh person or persons. 7 15, will tnereiore give the sum 01 IM (or Intor- tunuuu leausng 10 me arrest ana conviction 5 70 ol any narty or parties, that have hminn any my the latches Hint imvn 5 50 sawed downon tornof or down nnv n( mv cut,.. 3 35 uu mid uuuiitjr ruuu which riina rruni mv Hustonvlllo turnpike to the SHIIcdgevllle 5 00 turuDtke. tbrouih my rarmiaml I wfiluivu thejiime amount (or Information leading 95 to the arrest and conviction of any party or 2 75 phrtles who In the future column any ol the above offenses. 3,15 Witness my hand this 20th day of August, ' T. J.JUf.I.. rill. "60 1V. . 60 The "Ball Band" Felts Rubbers .'! 46 08 88 08 48 '2.08 24 1 nuur RiiblKw-."I- hll " Hand "1 1 1 ' " J5Thirty-Days 1 1 . Saturday, Jan. Days. Next Door to Lincoln County Nutiouul Uauk,' 2 20 " 4 50 '3 00 8 75 4 20 Dinwiddie . SAM ItOBINSON, STANFORD. KY. 495 5 10 3 20 4.35 4 5ft & Co., acres Wndertaker::-Embalme- and eater InWarness, Saddler , r that the explorer reached the NnPk Pole had been submitted. The STANFORD, f eaHlfbont ier, - KY- - 5lHom moo;. has eon out of business as a result of the town lait saloon of Princeton otIan "Jry." Taylor, ED acres Trusty, Ceo I acre Warren. E C N R 9 acres Waterton. C W 40 acres " Wilcher. J B 198 acres . Wolverton. G W N R 37 acres Young, Sallie 34 acres "Waynesburg Colored. Boone, Permclia 3 acres Huston ville White. Burkctt, John 5 acres Carson. J KNR 14 acres 4 50 3 85, visiiiMfS U ' Tlie Wintry Blasts .3 I 20 35 3 50 Huston ville, 'Ky., ilSsSiSSPKnsfe iPBMLMssHJaM' iatt VMEjfttVsBsfV!Niij'" Tk May (nine, And tho IJain ami Snow Fall, hut your btock will keep warm iu Undertakers and We car60J Embalmers. ry an line 6 95 3 25 1 3Z5 aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilf iaTIsv' rWaHlrTlWiWSr and Water. NunncI ley's New Stocfc Yards iienty up-to-d- ate S70 of goods. Covered Pens nnd Feed Hest market iu the Bute. Bo bring them ou. Court Day, tfcoond Monday, I. M. Buuck, Assistant. tit. ol ,. V -- Waan fsn !) n 1i nwayian 1in.ft.4J1J JL, A , (