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Metcalfe, one of Louisville's oldest physicians, U dead. Sam M. I'arcell. ono of the bent, known Insuranco men in llio SiBte, ii dead at Mt. Sterling. Battling Nelson knocked out Kddio Long, of Chicago, In tho eighth round of n bout at Memphis. Former Senator McCrenry says that the Goebel monument would bo unveiled February 3d, na originally announced. It Is estimated that there aro about 11,000 professional thieves In New York City. Those who steal only when tho opportunity is offered havo not been es- NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. I'me-vlll- e. NEWS NOTES. Thn hanker convicts, Stensland and Horing, were paroled by the Illinois Pardon Board at Joliut. The decapitated and mutilated body of a woman, identified as Anna Fur long, was found In Chicago. Tho suspension of Roberts, Hall & Criss, brokers on tho New York Stock Exchange, was announced. An inves-- j ligation will be made. Two women and a man wcro found murdered In an apartment on tho sixth floor of a New York flat. Tho heads of all thrco had been beaten in with a Twelve Inches of snow fell nt "Doc Prfvltt. need OS. is dead on flroaddus llranch, Garrard county. farmer of Wm. Feel, a Anderson county, is dead of pirn lywell-know- it ' it t sis. II. C. Owcm hm been nppointed pttstmsstcr at Dudley, in Rockcastle county. Smith Howman was given two years for killing William Goodman, In Hell EVERY THING NOW GOBS rounty Sam l'inkston. colored, was fined $100 and ten days in jail by n jury In the police court at Kiclunond for selling n half pint ol whisky in a local option town. "Mrs Klnnalrd, widow of Squiro W. tl Klnnalrd, is dead at Lancaster, aged 83. She fell n few weeks ngo, breaking her hip. and it is believed that theshock blunt Instrument, Tho movement to prolong human lifo was tho topic discussed by tho various Rpeakers at tho morning session of tho National Association of Lifo Insurance timated. That Henry Kendall Thaw In a bank: rupt and that hts catato is subject to the United States bankruptcy laws, was held by Itefcrco William II. Blair, at Pittsburg. "Undo Sammy" Salyer, aged 118 years, fnthcr of Col. I.. N. II Salyer, of Whltcsburg, is dead at his old homo across .the Kentucky border In Wise county, Virginia. Gov. and Mrs. J. C. S. Illackbarn and their cranddaughter. Miss Terese Blackburn Lane, havo arrived from Washington, to make their homo In Woodfprd county. . Tom Tapgart, democratic. National committeman, of Indiana, was accidentally shot by his secretary, while hunting In Jefferson county, Mississippi. He may lose sight of one eye. Flvo persons were killed and fifteen hurt when passenger train No 38, from Chicago, on tho Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis railroad, was two miles west of Cincinnati. Near McGce, Mis., a Negro, Tom Ross, shot and killed thrco white whllo resisting arrest. Ross was himself killed. A raco riot is threatened and blacks and whites are arm- hastened her death. Frank Crabtree, who is charged with the murder of Andy Ramsey, was tak en to Somerset from Whitloy county and lodged in jail A reward of was offered for tho fugitivo's capture. We uro not a democrat nor a son of a democrat, but wo are truly and thor ouehlv sorrv nt learning that Will Wul ton had to decide It best to suspend the Lexington Gaiotte. Somerset Repub lican. The Controller of the Currency has authorized tho Whitley National Bank of Cor bin to begin business, with o capital of f2T.,000. John W. Hart Is to be president; E. II. Steele, dent; J. K. Wilder, cashier. The Bell county grand jury returned against the Straight 58 Indictments Creek Coal and Coko Company and tho Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company for not operating a passenger train on the Straight Creek Railroad. The jury in tho Gray will case failed to reach an agreement and was discharged bv Special Judgo Waddle. It Is possible tint a special term of court will bo called In March, at which tho case will again bo taken up. It is un derstood that six of the jurymen stood for breaking tho will and six for sus taining it. Advocate. The Republican is In receipt of a let ter from Robert C. Saufley, at Parker, Ariz. The G. A. Marsh Real Estate and Minlnsr Co. hnd just been organizs ed there, with Mr. Saufley as ident and Mr. Wm. E. Robinson secretary and treasurer. 'The company has been Incorporated under tho G. A. M. Mines Co.. with a capitalization of $25,- 000. Harrodsburg Republican. "Uncle Jimmy" Terry, tho venera ble hackman, seldom drives his faithful horso out of a slow walk, and according to Policeman John Camden, he kept the city from getting a little rev enue frorq a man who had imbibed too freely. Tho officer loaded the prisoner In "Uncle JimNny'a" hck at tho depot with tho destination as the police court, but the vehicle moved so slowly that tho prisoner had time to sober up and tho charge could not bo held against him. Somerset Times. vice-previce-pre- . ofll-ce- rs -- ing. The number of persons killed when four cars of a Canadian Pacific passenger train plunged duwn an embankSpanish river, ment Into varies from 2i) to 60, according to lat-o- t thoico-covore- Presidents at Washington. In Tho conference of Governors Washington determined to meet again this year at somedite between Thanksgiving and Christmas. The gathering will bo In one of the State capitals. U. G. Wnlker, president, and W. D. Duncan, secretary, of tho South Cleveland Banking Company, which recently tailed for more than $1,000,000, were indicted by tho grand jury at Cleveland on the charge of perjury. An Indianapolis dispatch says: An oitate valued at $1,000,000 Is left entire to n woman known as Elms Dare by the last will of the late George Rhodi- us, of this city, whose marriage to the woman was annulled, according to the announcement of her attorneys. Whllo relating some of his interest ing war reminiscences and attired in his old Confederate uniform, E. Holmes Boy, ono of the leading lawyers of Vir ginia, was stricken dead with apoplexy at a Confederate veteran banquet at Winchester, Vs., on Gen. Lee'a birth day. He was 70 years old. With a warning to all others who might contemplate similar offense, Judge Read sentenced Edward Reuter and E. F. Kinley, employed by the Hcuck Opera House Company, of Cin cinnati, to 30 days each for posting immoral pictures of a dancing girl on pri- I AT COST ! Cummins & ! Now l$ The Time To Buy.! I Wearen, i J5 11 STANFORD. KENTUCKY. If it estimates. Tho jury ir tho trial of Vincent In Chicago, brought in a verdict of not guilty. Altman was accused of having exploded a bomb that partly Alt-ma- destroyed the central exchange of the Chicago Telephone Company. The floods in Franco are exceeding all records and aro fast assuming proportions of a national disaster. Hundreds aro homeless and the property damage Is enormous. Tho Selno overflowed Paris and has caused untold suffering among tho poor classes. m' The leaders of the dissatisfied ployea of the Philadelphia Rapid Transit Company have appealed to Gov Stuart, of Pennsylvania, to exerclso his influence to bring about tho settlement of their difficulties with tho company. HIGHLAND. Tom Williams sold to John Faulkner one aero of his farm near J. Wash Cook' for $80. Our working class would be glad to see the weather fair up as they are getting tired of loafing. Miss Fannie Young, tcaclTcrof Locust Grove school, beyond Kings Mountain, who lost three weeks of ber school by sickness just beforo Xmas, wilt finish her school Thursday. Mr. Elmer Gllli-lanteacher of Pleasant Point school, He too closed his school last Friday. was delayed by sickness. William II. Terry has moved to tho Tim nld Terrv farm near Jumbo. Hutchison has moved to his farm on Gilberts Creek recently bought of John Mr. Ed Coy has sold hla farm Moser. to John W. Carrier and moved back to Turneravlllo. John G. Reld'has a salo this weok and will leave with his family Friday for Ponca City Oklahoma. Dave Goodpostcr and family, of Bourbon county, nro spending a few days with his relatives, Messrs. Spirts. Hyatt and Hutchison. Mrs. Bessie OITut, of Cincinnati, spent a few days with her parents hero. L. P. Warfleld, of Casey, was here this week. Misa Efflo Young Miss is visiting at Kings Mountain. Annlo Butt who, was t home the past week on account of the death of her sister, jias gone back to school at Stan-- ' Gazette suspended The Lexlmtton publication Wednesday, after a hard fight to mako a third daily pay in that city. During tho past year, tho Gazette has been edited by Col. W. P. Walton,, one of tho bestiknown newspaper men in tho State and his brilliant and aggres-siv- o work was of Inestimable benefit to tho Democratic party. We do not personal fondness for Col. Walton to run away with us when wo say that he is unquestionably the most fearless, just and able writer we ever read after. Wo trust he will soon got back In newspaper harness, whero he rightfully belongs and whero he is noeded. While some people may judge from his writings that he Is a bad'man from Bitter Creek, yet such is not tho case, honorable genas tleman never lived. Richmond Climax. aklnder-hearted.moro ' ford. A . of Sheriff Shlpp. of Hamilton county, Tennesse, who was given n threo months' in the Federal prison In the District of Columbia for contempt of court for alleged neglect of duty In allowing a.Negro to be lynched, hos been ordered released, his time, Including time allowance, having expired. Former Chat-tanoog- sen-tnnc- fl Frightful Wreck. train, automobile or buggy may causecuts, bruises, abrasions, sprains alve-earth- 'e or wounds that demand Hucklen's Ar-- f greatest "lieuler. mca Quick relief and prompt euro results. For burns, bolls, sores of all kinds, eczema, chapped hands and lips, sore eves or coros, Its supremo. Surest pile euro. 25o at Penny 's Drue Store. Ken- C. W. Whltneck, superintendent of tho Abingdon Cotton Mills, and John Jolly, head machinist of tho plant, fought a bloody duel at Huntsville. Whltneck used a knife, slashing Jolly In the face. Jolly pulled a pistol and fired one shot. The bullet passed through Whltneck's neck, inflicting a probably fatal wound. Work 24 Hours a Day. d, Tho busiest little thtnes over mutio The Federal appointments for tucky are to be settled this week and aro Vk Klug'8 New Life Pills. Every globule of bealtt' the anxious ones are flocking to Wash- pill Is a sugar-coateInto ington. Judge Lewis Walker is said to that changes weakness braln-fat- strength, f energy, into be. in a mood to withdraw; DuRelle languor Into in.nii 'w-.- i a allowed to aerve out the balance .mvuvh. nnwer! curlair Conatluatlon. . will be of bis term and Thatcher will be taken Headache.'ChllU, Dyspepsia, Malarial care of. 1 35a at Penny 'a Drug Store, vate property. II. B. Tally, a teamster, created a Canada as Seen by a Former sensation at Carlisle when he announc Lincoln County Man. ed that he knew tho name of the per son who killed Hiram Hedges in aiarcn I'ribtice you people havo been getting 1008, during the night rider raids, and some genuine winter In old Kentucky. that ho would disclose tho namo to the We are having fine weather as any one nextgraqd jury, which convenes the need to"ask for up here. Have tine, first week in February. clear, sunshiny days, about 15 to 20 Thomas L. Lewis, of Ohio, was re above zerouand at night gets down elected president of the United Mine about zero. We had. about two weeks Workers of America, over William of real cold weather the latter Green, of Ohio, his only opponent, by part of November end the first of De23,607 majority. Frank J. Hayes, of cember. It was around 20 to 25 below EdIllinois, was elected zero, but clear and still all the time, win Perry was chosen secretary-trea- s and very dry: no rains or sleet. I sold urer without opposition. my city property and have moved on After an exciting chase a party of 15 the farm. We are only four miles from South Christian county farmers ran the city. One cannot conceive what Is down and killed a large gray wolf which going on in this Northwestern Canada had been playing havoc among the Unless he is here awhile and sees it for aheep in that region. A pack of fox himself. There are so many Americans hounds started the wolf on C. L. Dade s coming over here. I had the pleasure farm and after a long run. brought It on Nov. 8 of hearing Hon. W. J. Bryan to bay and the animal was shot by Fred speak ofCalgory, and he remarked in Tyler. his speech that ho never knew why it Not one railway in the eastern sec Lwas that he could not be elected Presi tion of the United States or Canada dent of tho United States until he made accepted the demand made by the a trip through Canada and found ovr Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen or 50 per cent, of the people were from the Order of Railway Conductors for the United States, and that they must an increase in wages and uniform work- evidently all be democrats. The mayor ing conditions, nccording to a state. of our city is an American by birth. ment made by W. G. Lee, head of the Ho introduced Mr. Bryan. We are handling lots of cattle along. My parttrainmen. Attorneys for the Commonwealth in ner. Mr. Well. Is in Kentucky now for the suit to prevent the merger of the a couple of months. I will write a long Frankfort and Cincinnati railroad with letter for youc paper some.time. "bus. Lijtes, tho L. &.N. railroad havo notified the Yours truly, attorneys for the L. & N. that when PATRIMONIAL. the argument on tho motion for the right to. expend $31,000 for new bridges Lindsay R. Blanton and Miss Daisy on the F & C. is begun they will make will be married at Richmond on a motion to have a received appoint Gilbert Thursday. ed for tho F. & C. At Marian. Ala,, John Winter and Arthur Goebel. brother of Gov. Wil Miss, Susie Summer were joined heart Goebel, of Kentucky, who was as liam and hand. sassinated, died at Phoenix, Ariz,, Fri Clarence Combs, aged 19, and Miss day. He was tho youngest member of 17,' eloped fromMt. Sterwas Ethel Alfray, a family of three brothers, and 0., and were married. ling born at Carbondale, Pa , in 18G3. He Judge Anthony Rollins Burnam and was educated In law, but abandoned Burnam, of .Richmond, nnnounce that profession on account of ill health. Mrs. engagement of their daughter, thb He was the sole heir to his dead broth Warfleld er's estate, and is said to have spent Miss Esther Burnam, to Mr. The wedmost of that fortune in prosecution of Clay Bennett, of Richmond. the alleged assassins of the murderud ding will take place February 8, at the Governor. Mr. Goebel will bo buried home of Miss Burnam's parents. at Covington this Week. Tho day of the James Brackett, aged 23, and Miss funoral has not been annonnced. Sada Ferrill, 17, were united heart and Those Pies Of Boyhood. hand at tho home of the bride Sunday, How delicious were the plea or boy She is a daughter of Mr. Ben Ferrill No pies now ever taste so and Is. on exceedingly pretty and popuhood good, What's changed? tho pies? lar girl. The groom Is on Industrious No. Its you. Yau'vo lost tho strong, and clever young man of the Moreland healthy stomach, the vigorous liver, section. tbo active kidneys, tho regular bowels A gfft of $1,000,000 has been refused of boyhood. Your digestion is poor by' the six leading Jewish charitable nod you blame the food. What's A complete toning up by institutions of New York City. The needed? Electric Hitters of all organs of di- conditions of the gift, which formed a gestion Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, part of the will of, the late Lewis A. Bowels-T- ry them. They'll restore Helnschelmer. a partner in the firm of boyhood appetite and apprecia Kuhn, Loeb& Co., stipulated that the your tion of food and fairly saturate yoiir beneficiaries form a federation for colbody wlttt new health, strength and lection and distribution of funds. They ''refuted to coaaoUwta. vigor. 60o at Penny's Drug- - Store t Che Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Capital, Surplus, Resources, S:H. SHANKS, J. B.PAXTON. PRESIDENT- - . ' ". .W-M. $50,000.00 43,000.00 340,000.00 J. W. BRIGHT, CASHIER, ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER r HVYS FOSTfcR. CLERK. V DIREOTORSi J. B. John Owsley, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford B. Foster, Stanford; W. H. Shanks, Stanford; T. 0. Ran- kin, Lancaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; W. H. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. H. Cummins, Preacheraville; Lilburn Uooch, Gilberts Creek. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD. KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 1882. ; CAPITAL STOCK,$50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HASJPAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Combines AbiolutcSafety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety fDepoiit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. -- OFFICER. S. Hocker, President! S. T. Harris. John J. McRobettJ, Cashier; II. C. Baughman, Caih'r VV. Saunders, Bookkeeper. At. DIRECTORS. F. Reid, J, II. Baughman, M D. Elmore. J. M Fettus, H, C, Baughman, j. F. Cummins, S, T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, , S. Hocker, W. B O'Bannon C. E. Tate. J ! n 1 FOR ALL KINDS OF Machine Needles, Shut ties and Bands -- CALL ON- - L. L- - SAUNDERS, CrabGrchard. ....,-rt-f.' I The Interior Journal. C. C. WALTON HON. HARVEYTHELM, of Lincoln countjr. U n candidal for for Uonirot from tho Klffhtn ilHlrlct,ut)Jcct to tho notion of the demo 15 IW crittlo party. DIED OF A BROKEN HEART. if of nearly ten years went for naught when a partisan governor pardoned the assassins. The blow seemed to break his spirit and destroy his health, and he has never been a well mansincc. His one object in life was gone and completely broken down, he sought rest and recuperation in the far West, unhappily in vain. Death had marked him and he has gone to meet that brother he loved so dearly here, beyond tho grave. The life and sacrifices of Arthur Goebel were pathetic in the extreme. He was never the same man after his broth cr's assassination, a natural smi'e sometimes illuminated his countenance, but a hearty laugh never escaped him. His mind seemed to dwell on his fearful loss and his one object seemed to be to avenge it, only through the forms of the law. It was u fearful temptation for him not to shoot down even the ones he knew in the court-hous- o were guilty of firing the shot which killed his brother or of conspiring to the heinous act. He restrained himself, however, and byjthe irony of fate goes hence while those who killed his brother aro permitted to encumber the arth. Viewing all the facts connected with the horrible crime, and Arthur News of the death of Arthur Gnebcl will fill with sorrow all who loved his brother William Goebel and admired tho deceased for his many manly traits, for his wonderful devotion to his brother's memory nnd hU uncompromising determination to ferret out and punish those guilty of his assassination, either That he did so by act or conspiracy. few honest men will deny, but the work Goebel'stcn years of it almost makes a man doubt the justice of God Almighty, that he should die and tho assassins live. Arthur Goebel was as gentle and as kindly in disposition as a woman, and although his sorrow had made him tac iturn to a great degree, he was loved by all who knew him as a devoted brother, a true friend and the highest type of a gentleman. The unveiling of Gov. Goebcl's stat ue at Frankfort, which has been in po sition for more than a year, has been three times postponed on account of Arfiur Goebei'd illness, and now when the day is set for February 3, it will be unveiled without his presence. May God reward his sacrifice and devotion grin and endure. and curse in deepest hell through all Our friend Pitman, of Boyle, wants eternity every one connected with the a capital ofdiabolical crime which ended the life of to make his brother, the friend of the great fense. Ordinarily, a fellow who will common people, and drove him to an break into a house will commit murder, if caught in the act, and it is probuntimely grave. over uov. wimam uoeoers grave ably on this principle that Mr. Pitman the shaft should bear the inscription: is proceeding. "Died at the hands of assassins;" over POLITICAL. Arthur Goebel's should be inscribed in imperishable granitp, "Died of a Bro It cost James J. Storrow $103,250 to ken Heart." The fiends are guilty of make the race for mayor of Boston and the murder of each. That both are he did not win. punished, is dead and only a s:ape-goa- t The Indian appropriation bill carrythe travesty of travesties of justice, ing approximately $9,000,000, was to and show the patience of a have been reported Friday, people and. the mercy of an Charles W. Bryan says that his bro avenging God. ther, William Jennings Bryan, is in no sense a candidate for president again. Senator Thomas A. Combs, of LexCongressman Johnson has introduced ington, succeeded, after great trials a bill providing $50,000 for the purchase getting the and many tribulations, in a public building to bo County Unit bill referred to the Com- of a site for erected at Elizabethtown. Ho also ofmittee on Religion and Morals, which fered a bill appropriating $50,000 for will proceed at once to put it to sleep tho erection of a public building at The parliamentary tactics resorted to by him enabling him to do so were well Bardstown. Senator Carter will introduce a bill executed, but we have a suspicion that which in effect will turn over to tho the Senator will regret his act before any government land chiefly valhe is many years older. The people State in the development of want a chance to voty whisky out, if uable for use water power. The plan is the result of they can, and will be much incensed if by such hocus pocus they are denied the a conference between Senator Carter privilege The State Jaurnal is making and Western Governors. Tho Senato Committee on Irrigation, a strong fight for fairness in the mat$30,- ter, but we fear' It is against too great will roport a bill providing for a irrigahouse-breakin- g g is probablo that Mississippi's Senatorial deadlock will be broken before this week is out. Dispatches Bay that a "conservative" will be decided on to I offer niv nfrtlrn tn tht iwouli of t.ln House bilfToadmit Arizona nnd The make tho fight against Gov. Vardaman. coin county n nn nuctluiirir Hntl.fnrtlon guiirnnu-t-tlII. W. .McWIliiltTKIt, New Mexico as States has passed the Mortlund, Ky It. K. I). No. 1 Secretary of tho Interior iialllnger House but the Senate seems disposed to llt'tUI nee. Turnrm llli'. made a speech beforo the Good Govvote against New Mexico on nccount of ernment Club at Wllliamstown, Mass., fie character of its population. Should in which he bitterly attacked "murk-rakers- " both territories bo admitted, we shall and "penny-- a liners" and have 43 States, an J then there will be his own course. I desire to ne II prlvntvly my stock of only Alaska, Porto Rico, Panama, tho Albert S. White, the colored, Louisami lliinlwnre. iHilnir k itood hunt- Philippines and Guam, though it will nesi. Will Invoice nbout Ji,'). Itcnion ville attorney, has received a communi111 Iienlth, somo of them are be a long time bofore cation from Washington signed by a OKO. I). IIOI'l'Klt. HtnnfordKy fitted for American States, if ever. number of friends there, that ho will FARM FOR SALE OR RENT. Senator Root's bill to pension Mrs. more than likely be appointed by PresiCleveland at $5,000 a year calls atten- dent Taft as Minister to Hayti. The republicans mustered their ention to the long neglected action when Oontnlm Itrt ncret, belt tobacco Inncl In the wives of other presidents, vicepres- - tire party strength in the House and the county, IS mile, from McKlnney. Will ell or rent, lint two dwellings, one of Tour idects and somo generals are provided forced through their caucus programme roonnntxl the other of two room.. Two fti tree.. ToUicco bnrn for as soon as the deaths of their hus- eliminating Mr. Rainey, of Illinois, orchnrriiof Hint III hold 10 ncret of totmcco cheapen investiga- fnrm In Kentucky nt price. bands occur. If the fact that Presi from the Ballinger-PinchU.ft.llllAWNKIt. dent Cleveland was a democrat is the ting committee. Tho Houso first voted McKlnney, Ky. down an amendment offered by Mr. cause of the delay, it is most discredit Clayton, of Alabama, substituting Ran-e- y able. & for Lloyd, who announced that he A BILL has been introduced in mo wouu not serve Virginia Legislature prohibiting the John w Holland, of Shelby county, Furniture and Undertaking. playing of football under tho heaviest jntroduced in the House a bill which, if penalty. This is the result of a conple enacted, will repeal the Sullivan school Day PJ.one 28. getting killd in a game over law consolidating school districts. Mr. Night Phone 133. there, but, of .course, such a radical Holland says that the main objection bill will not pass. Football is all right; on the part 0f his constituents to the KontucKy. all it needs is a change of the rules Sullivan school law is that it makes it I eliminating the brutal features. possible for a Negro to serve as a I tne trustees of head- - memDer Bt uses as Tub Louisville A No. fnrm of IMncre. Ilouie Iiai four line "Headless body of a dead woman wnue T ,9 centralizes the power roomi nnd h good clitern.(locklitre ! n good found." There is nothing strange about mea9Ure that it liArnnnd nliundancr of wnier. Till Vlmln toll ndnnted to heen If to appoint teachers, taking that power InndUntwut linlf corn, whent.ont.. hemp . that. The wonder would have rpnrMpn,in,rnl.lnKKrn...hy.It nil In rn nnd tobacco, nnd eicent nbont her head was off that she was not Head. ," III ncrea nnd ! on the pike ncnrKOOdschoola, . u,,,w the different school districts. ..-: I -churcheaiiiHl depot, nnd tin.n good orchard rvillcu in it iaiai utviuciik iindoutbouaea. Into use in that paper. Ixck llox 1(11, Htnnfont, Kentuck. A California physician says that porter-hous- e steak will cure rheumatism If this were the only remody none but rich folks could take the cure. W J. L. Ki.kin, l'ror., The poor, at the prices of such steak prevailing in the cities, would have to Over 11,000 people in Cleveland, 0 have agreed to cat no meat until tho prices come down. A great many of the cities aro following auit and the move promises to take on large proportions. Our pcoplo eat too much meat any way. Once a day and a banding together for tho free entering Into this country of cattle from Canada and Mexico would produce tho desired results. In both of these countries beef, pork, mutton, dairy products and bread stuffs also, are much lower than hero and there is a great surplus of each. That the tariff is responsible in a largo measure for tho high prices In this country is shown in the fnct that living is 25 percent, more costly at Detroit, for instance, than in Canada, from which it is divided by a narrow river. tions. THE MEAT TRUST. Tho very high prices of meats In tho cities caused by the trust forcing them up, has created a general boycott against the use of meats in some secBOYCOTTING Claims NO CHANGES Collections, WE COLLECT Wotet, Accounts, and Claims Collected Anywhere In the United States. MADE UNLESS WE COLLECT. WHERE OTHERS FAIL. 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. WOODSON Somerset, - - - Kentucky. Georgo W. Shadonn, of Heck-haSomerset, thinks will be tho next Governor of Ken tucky, and though a republican, he is MKfc for him. m MAYMgr.. M ! httA Clftnin ami ln i tr ft IniuMiit fiufltb. Oray Fall Nvr to its to Jlealor Color. Youth fill Uir half UlUng. Cum trt'p HAIR PARKER'S BALSAM 1trJt It Auctioneer! . BETTER CONDITION than usual at this season of the year to supply your needs. We have all kinds of . N Stock of Merchandise for Sale. tiro-eeri- e, from a baby's soft sole at 25c to a 20 inch high top TRIBBLE PENCE, shoe at $7.50, boys' and mens' suits, s Overcoats, Raincoats, Slickers, suit gloves and hats at underwear, cases, Stanford, 1 B7'; - ' ba ' FARM FOR SALE v:., uf i.j ,., J-- " '" ,,.,. H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. G. L. PcIltlV . It. K2S 11. CoflpV HENRY WATTERSON'S PAPER CLEMENS HOTEL DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. K. It f'nlomn., m Weekly Courier Journal -- trielert or month. The proprietor Kn former Lincoln countvmuunnd i,t frlemla ihould reIII III. town. member him lieu .topping Ijirge. nlry outaldti rooma. Oonitiierclnl i apectnlty. NpeclM rntea by week tt SI t$J The Cod Vtnolf Liver Preparation Without Oil, is a most Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and Strength. It is Especially Useful For Persistent Coughs and Colds. Sold under a Guaran- tee at .AND. NOTICE! & tft The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $1.50. surance Agency. Few people In tbe United State bare not Democratic heard of the Courier-Journ- al In all thing, , fair In all thing,, clean In all thing.. It la eaaentlally a family paper. By a apeclal arrangement we are enabled to ofone fer the WEEKLY OOURtKR-OUH.NA- L Insure your Tobac- OT co and Tobacco Barns QJ rt in the West End InGet FQ IVt your policies written right in a good company by year and tbla paper for the price named above. Send your aubacrlptloo for the com bination to ua not tc tte Courier-Jour W.J. CAMPBELL, Hustonvillo, Ky. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Btanford, Kentucky. tageBBBBBBBBBBBESEa We Have Received A Carload of Buggies direct From the Factory. American Wire Fence. nt odds. A resolution providing that each member of the Senate be provided at the cost of the State with the CincinLouisnati Enquirer, Courier-Journa- l, ville Herald and Lexington Herald was adopted by that body. This species of petty graft ought to be denounced by every other paper in the State. The tax paycra should just as well be called on to pay the board of the Legislators, as for their papers. A singular fact is that both of the Frankfort papers were excluded from the list, although they print more Legislative matters than most of the other papers. complete tion projects. The committee was in session late Saturday working on details of the bill, which Is to be in line with 003,000 bond issue to be-C- aleb With the price of cotton hosiery and underwear 50 per cent, higher than u y iar ago, the manufacturers say they will ralso the price 25 per cent, more in "order to get Eome profit out of the business." Tho Aldrich-Payn- e tariff is responsible. If prices for hosiery continue to Boar, it may come to pass thht girl will be the rule the of the exception. bare-legge- d Washington man is under arrest for beating his wife. He ought to be able to maintain a plea of nonest factum, as we lawyers say. AN armless President Taft's recommendations. Which shall it P. or Don C.7 That is the absorbing question in the Eleventh now, and before the campaign is over somebody is going to tell something on somebody that everybody wants to hear. Watch, look and listen, the guns aro trained and ready for action. Somerset Times. At a conference with Chairman Fos, of the House Commiteo on Naval Affairs, and Representative Roberts, of Massachusetts, member of tho committee, President Taft announced that he favored a provision for two new battleships of the improved preadnaught, or "all big gun," type in tho forthcom-- 1 ing naval appropriation bill. Hon. W, II. Shanks, Lincoln county's MIL FARMER: Make vour homo as modern for vour familv at u citv representative, has offered tho follow- - residence, and place, yourself in u position to got tho latest market quotations lUKuniB. i CTwuii.il mo jveumcKy at any timo. TliU can lie accomplished by means ot our telephone service, School for the Deaf and the Kentucky w,,ich you nnd your neighbors can get for n sum that is small compured with School for the Colored Deaf at Dan- - tho benefits received. Call or nddrcsi our nearest ollice or writo direct to ville, providing Iloard of Commission- - headquarters, Nashville, Tenn., tor information regarding our special "Far-er- f ,!;. e"?i i!? cr" ?node8' pp?' ,,)ew' Li"" rate. If you nro not at present enjoying telephone) service, wo K'dVfiu can immediately interest you. Our the States of Kentucky, cove while in the institution Creatinir board Tennessee. Mississippi, Louisiana and tbo'Soutiiern portion of ludiana uud for examination and registration of Illinois. EA8T TENNE3SEK TEL. A TEL. CO. trained nurses. (INOOlirOHATBu) Clean and frest, all 1910 6tylc. Wo willj rejire-tefour factories, nnd kindly rusks 11 tliaro of your patronage. Come in and look at our stock and make selections I will have them finished according to specifications, as our limited space will not allow a larger block, como early. I BBEcQPVMBBB5Sw555BS5iiSISMi5SSMisES W. H. H ICG INS, Stanford, Kentucky. i GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. H. B. NORTH COTT, -:- - RURAL TELEPHONES. Dealer in -:- - Live and Dressed Poultry, Eggs, Ice, Coal, Wool, Hides, Furs, Salt, Lime, seng and Feathers. Gin- - PHONE 35, LANCASTER, KY. 1MANCII HOUSE: STANEOKD, ICY,, Thuruiau K. Tudor, Mgr. Telephone N-j- . 153. ZAkTaZT H- 1 B. NORTH COTT, Stanford 'ill,i mgi TMtff IV I JL, -- IP 200 yards Hamburg Edgo and Inaortinim. With the Fact Staring You in the Face That Cotton is high and any article we offer you (in which cotton goes into Sotno convent patterns in tins tho construction) can't le prnduccd at any ways near the same price; you should be up and doing to lake advantage of tlicfe fpecial January offerings. 98c For a Holt of Long Cloth. 5c 500 yards Hamburg Edge ot. 1 10c For nil Calicoes nnd White Linen finish Suitings "' Insertion, fast colore 10c 19c 10c For n Holt of 0 yards Tonchon Lace. 0 to 000 yards Hamburg Edge and Insertion; incliidgcs showy pattern, Alwi net cflccts. 8 Indies wide. 35c For n fine !100 yd Flouncing; very showy nml pretty, regular price. 'J5 to.'.Gc French Nainsook, - SEVERANCE i i 6c SON. STANEORD KY. coalt in rhe Interior Journal. Btasfoud, Ky., - Jan. 1910 By. Foil Sai.K. A This office. second-han- d top II D. IIoi.T7.CI.AW has opened n yard at Rowland. Apply at this office Piano Will sell cheap. for Sale. -- Squaro varioty. Car Northern Whlto oats Just II. ilnugrmau & Co Wo deeply recret tho tunenInn rf the Lexington Gazette, edited by Col, W. P. Walton. Wo considered it tho bet edited nfternoon paper in Kentucky. London Democrat. Ia H. Hughes T. V. Humble V. O. Martin ! TllllKK suites of rooms in tho Odd bargnin In box paper arc Fellows' building for rent. Apply to Somf. Rrrat bcinir closed out to mnko room for new VA Wilkinson. stock at Penny's Drug Store. Those indebted to me will plcasocall and settle at once. Miss Klin May PERSONALS. Saunders, milliner. Mn. Fiiank Lee, of Middlosboro, was Mixed cannel block coal tho very here Saturday. In town. Mn. J. II. Hkownino, of Livingston. best, ICc per bushel delivered J. II. Haughman & Co. was In town yesterday. Mn. Emm bit Cooly spent several Wanted, to buy n good Lincoln coun days at Ilrodhead with friends. ty farm of tho value of $20,000 to $30.- Mn. W. C. Patiuck has moved from 000. Address Lock Hox 201, Stanford, tho Maywood section to Casey. Ky. Senator H. L. HunnLE has f?ono to Staiile For Kent Has three Bialls, Atlanta with a bunch of mules. of James House, loft, etc. Located on street and con UoiiN, to tho wlfo venlent for use. Mrs. L. II. Cook, House, Jr. of Garrard, a son-Jawlfo of John J. Carter, Stanford. Hobn, to the daughter. of Hall's Gap, a Wanted. Three good solicitors in AdWm. Coopkk, of Pulaski county, was each county. Good proposition. Sundav en route to Lancaster dress G. W. U IGI Rose street, Lexh ington, Ky. court. Mm. E. C Walton Is spending Talk with mo before buying a typewith her sisters and brothers writer, nnd see sample at my home. T. at Nashville. local agent for Standard Tiif. irood news comes from Huston A. Urackett, sick folks In that end Typewriter Exchange, New York. villa that all tho .. oro Improving. Feed "Old Process" oil or linseed Konr.nT Hahdino Wateiis. of St, meal to your milk cows, horses and Iuis. spe"1 several days with his moth chickens. Price $2 25 per 100. Rest r Mrs. Hhoda Waters. substitute for good pasture. J. It. Mk. UeuelL CiIancelloii is visiting Haughman & Co. at i.u .Unohtrr. Mrs. M. L. 1'rultt, 237 acre farm about Bahrain Uurnsldo for a few days. Mk. JamiT. ME.si.rEE, who is trnv five miles from town, on good pike, ehng out of Cleveland, O , spent sev. milo from school, church and store, 100 acres fine tobacco land. Nine room dovs with his parents here. mi, .1. H. HnlCIIT is quite ill at tho brick residence, 240 barrel crib, shed Fencing C. II. Carter, granary, silo, barns, etc. homo of his son.in-law- , good and place well watered. Nino nf iho McCormack's church section springs, cement troughs, Mas. T. W. Jonks went to Walton never-failintvi.Lv m attend the burial of her etc. In a splendid neighborhood. Stangrandmother, Mrs. Lafayette Johnion. ford Real Estate Co. MR. J. S. MCE, who has had a nerThe committee on Religion and Morvous troublo for some time, is being als Is composed as follows: Read the Sanitarium, Louis- names and sec if you think the county treated at Pope's ville. unit bill has a chance in a million to bo Mr. Harry Jacors, of McKinney, Is reported: Thomas A. Combs, chairtho Southern in Nashville attending" man: J. R. Catlctt, R. L Hubble, W. Union Conference of the Seventh Day E. Dowling. C. W. Mathers, J. F. Adventists. Bosworth, N. B. Chipman, Mark Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Harry McCormack and C W. Nagel. Senators Bosworth and little son. Kdwin, from Armstrong, and Nagel are the republican memberr. Mo., are visiting their sister, Mrs. J. Mr. L. C. Goocil, son of Mr. Hunley M. Carter, Jr. ' Charles L. Dawes has moved his Gooch, of the Southern End of Lincoli J family from the Haughman cottage on is one of the foremost lumber dealers on in tho State. He is located at Howling Mill Street to the Helm Green nnd Is president of nn Immemo Somerset plko. Senator H. L- - Huhm.k, Kepreson-tatlv- o lumber concern which is proving a good W. H. Shanks and Doorkeepo- J. thing to thosu who have stock in it. and Sundny Tho company does a big business and T. Kmhrv snent Saturday last year, which was an off one in the with the homefolks here. county, lumber line, it declared a dividend of MR. Sam Owens, of Lincoln was the guest of his sister, Mrs. Dr. J. 15 per cent. There are more than feet of lumber on the yards now Mr. Owens is M. Owens, this week. farm-er- a and several saw mills are kept busy one of Lincoln's most substantial and alwas receives a glad welcome supplying tho demand. here. Somerset Times. The Covington corrcapondonco of tho Messrs. llEnnERT Reynolds and Courier-Journcontained tho following Waynes Virgil McMullm. teachera from n concerning a Lincoln coun burg, and Misses Fannio Young. Ellle ty man: "John Dillon received a letter Birdie Urown and .Young, Zora Ilaugh, from Ed C. Hopper, who is known to Maudo Brown, of tho same section, leu every lover of tho horso in Kentucky, yesterday to enter tho btnte Normal, and who has always been identified with at Richmond. tho Latonia track. 'Ed says that he Mu. I). N. Williams is very much doesn't know that he will ever come Imtirovod. Mrs. Willis Adams left last back to Kentucky,' said Mr. Dillon. o wock for Kansas to visit her sons, 'His daugter has married and gono to Wo are glad to report K. tho Philippines ho just had a cable and Jack. atL. Bray almost recovered from an d from her saying that she and her of pneumonia. Attorney J. W. tack had Bafely landed at Manila ho Is Urown, A. H. Furnlsh.and yo editor running the track at Oukland, and if tha Masonic banquet at Stan he can find something to keep him busy ford on Wednesday evening. Stanford out there when tho racing is over ho Lodge No. CO certainly did tho proper will remain on tho coast. Ed will bo thing In tho entertainment of their greatly missed In Kentucky, for ho is guests. -- Mt. Vernon Signal. very popular here.' " mes nine-pounfew-days 0 g well-knowLy-tlhus-ben- Holler Skates at$t on Claiborne Walton. per pair, Call FOR SALE! Htoekof Kenoml merclinmllso In Huston- VIM" llll Main Htrecl. Wll Imnirn .ti.11,1 nnd trade established. Write for particu lars to V. II. Miiiixr- Hus OHVllle, Ky. For Hunt Journal -- Office In tho Interior building. Apply at this 20 Per Cent. 20 per cent. o(T ou any Shoo in our house. in g. Off. We have, them AH style If you arc looking for fresh oysters and celery go to J. D. Horton's restaurant. ' Please bring my rug back and get For l Unrrlngfl I'alntlnunmlTrlm-inlni- f. llnnitluif , (iun unit Locksmith-lutho one you left at my store. J. K. Hhupopposltt) depot. Nowland. J. J. IU'.nKN.Htnnford, Ky MoUM-iini- I J. i BELDEN, Tnn, PntcnL, Vieie, Ox Blood, Gun Metal, Etc. and sizes. tion Top? in Gray, Blue, Green, Black, Etc. Will n!-- Bill nny Oxfords at exactly cost. This is strictly a cash propor- Pok Sale Good building lot on Whitley avenue. Bargain if sold at once. This office. FARM FOR SALE! My fnrmof iniit-ii,i'i- We also have a nice line of Shirts, Tie?, Etc., for men. Also C7ncreof ttood land, well ini- Jor printer wanted at once. Must It In located nuirrea imu ienceu,is lor ime, seven miles Irom Mtnnford In be ablo to feed a cylinder press and do the Muyuood section. Home has li rooms. New burn nnd other necetanry outbuilding,. all kinds of job printing. This office. v milium i SIJIU III OUCH. J. T. I.IVINOBTON, It. P. 1). .No. 1, Htanford, Ky, The store belonging to G. W. Ellison Waynesburg was burned last week, near I entailing a loss of $1,500. No insurance. FOR represent two of the best Tailoring concern1" in the country guarantee Fit, Quality and Price. nud SALE storehaving claims against the room just across street, with post otllee estate of Dr. L. I). Cook are directed nnd it collage or otllcn ot three to present them properly verified to my rooms, am necessary outbuildings. MIlH.UUIlTIHilOVKIt. attorney, P. M. McRoberts, at once. I'rnbOrcunrd, Ky Mrs. L. B. Cook, administratrix. All parlies rimer Hotel. ntCruli Orchard, also HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. good land, including residence and out buildings. On Hanging Fork In Lincoln Itlch lnnd Is the butts of alt wealth. The county. Half of this land will grow good tobacco. Apply to Stanford Real safest Investment and the surest monev inuker. Is Nell farming land. God Is stll'i Secre resting on Hie "scentu day." He Is not Estate Co., L. R Hunhes, unking anymore land. 1h IV.ini Is the lut of the rich, li'Wl land for tary. settlement In this country. Forlums Hill Imi made on the advance In price on thesu THE K. C, due hero at 9 P. M , did lands 111 the next few y.ars. Home seekers further when they see It, Hnltu-e- r not arrive Saturday night but came Mill t;o no Is county sot and "pride of watered and the richflying in nt It o'clock Sunday morning. thuplulna." The est fund, no clearing or itrulililiiK. no hoods Tho engino overturned in n tunnel near or cyclones. HIkIi altitude, delightful climate. A proven wheat country, Lowell and tho engineer and mail clerk prlre awarded ottr wheat and oats ntKlrst the were slightly hurt. The engine and National Corn KxpoMtlon at Omaha. Nebraska. For free Illustrated twoklet.nddrtss badly wrecked. le U-- For Rent For 1U10.-- 30 acres of The Great Texas Panhandle. --IU- ST-- baggage car were JAM KM KllYK,MC,Tt.l.lAl'JMMKll- - C1A1. Received A- - Bargains in Land. Wo havo three small tracts of unimproved land for sale at a bargain one tract of 21 acres, another of 18 acres, another of 13 acres, All well located, lie well and good land. Can give possession at once. Will sell one tract or all. Terms to suit purchaser. Apply to Hughes & Swine-broaLancaster, Ky. m Tullu.Mnlsher County Texas. " .g S iiiuos snd Wool 7 -- d, IN a letter from Mr. T. P. Hill, of BdfTalo, Wyoming, in which ho sent a check for his paper to April 1911, he says: "Wo can not do without the I. it is better than a whole bunch of Everything is letters from home. prospering with me. My health is bet ter than for years, and my wlfo is positively tho youngest woman in Wy oming. My oldest boy. Burton, is at My the University of Nebraska. youngest, Tom, is in tho high school here, and both ore doing well, nnd more than that are fine, manly fellows, who have given us nothing but joy nil their lives." J.; Feathers, Tallow, Otcswax. Ctccrof. GolJcn SesLlYrllawRooi), M'T.pple. Wild Ginger, etc We mc dealers) rslCJmt U 1 556 "Over hut a ccatuiyia LcumQe and can do belter lor youthta a (rats cf ccsunissoa OKfcKsats. Refcir&ct. or Baal ia LouuviBe. Wriw for vvwlly vice li'l sad tHjrfug tan. M. Sabcl & Sons, 2J0 E. Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY. " - PblJtm. ' $ BIG SHIPMENT OF - Oliver W. Chilled Plows and Repairs. wIbAbIHbk EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS' r. PERKINS, LOCALS. Fish, oysters, celery, cranberries Saturday. Geo. II. Farrls. S Harry Jacohs, the McKinney man, placed a handsomo Chester monu-mo- granite headstone over the grave of etery. Mr. T. M. Goodknlght In Uuiralo CemIt weighed 4,600 pound. T peoplu of the Christian church at Crab Orchard will have a candy pulling at the Cover Hotel in that "littlo city Friday night next. 28th. Tho proceeds will go to tho church. Everybody Invited, The young In tho handsomest court-housthis entiro section nearlng completion, a graded school good enough for even aa good a city as Stanford and tho promise of a Federal bulldicg, wouldn't a new depot look good? Let's try to emulated, get one. With e Mr. James Frye, formerly of but now of Tulia, Tex., writes: "I enclose copy of "ad ," please inScientific Hincricnn. sert for two weeks. Pleaso send mo a A nandtomelf 1.1ntrr..fw. wettr. st rlr bill at once and include subscription to culatttiti df any rlentlUo Journal, leriu. 13 a fmiriuor.tlia, U buhl brail ttewi1Hler. tho Truest and Best' for another year. iVIUNN & Co.36icod"'- - Mew York Our children havo been raised on tho Urancb Offlco. 3 V FU Washington. II. U. Interior Journal and I attributo their good looks and good manners to their mother and that paper. I would certainly bo glad to see some of my good Lincoln county friends get somo of tho Wt,luso mimes nppeur LhjIow, strictly profits that are suro to como from an forbid liuiilIiiK.Ilsliliiiiuruny kltiJ of on our tilaceuiiiul Kill nrnsecute vi investment In this rich Panhandle land. olators to tliu full uxtvnt of tha law. .mid .Muuiu uuui'i, tiros. The prize taken ot tho Omnha Exposi Kri-UuuiiiHiin. .T. Truvlor. N. II. riuiiuner, l.llburuUoocu, tion was hotly contested for wheat and H. U. Nuuuelle). Will Hester, llauKlinmn, oats from most every Statu In the Un J W. reck. J. W. Ilruce, PiivMHWveiis, J.K. given amount of this wheat, ion. A JoUnCuiionl.cti. Wm.OorUler. M. 1). Hlinoie, Dan Trnylur, mado into Hour, mado a loaf of bread Kri-Hiimlorf. IIOlllDUllCk. 1). M.Aiiderson. Stephens. Mrs. R. P. Stephens, measuring 163 cubic Inches, and the J. J.TIioiiiiisou. Mr. mul .Mrs, Jus. II. Kiuls only 156 J, K. Moser, nged G!, died at the home of her daugh- nearest competitor measured Mrs. N.J. Morton A. KIImisu Mrs.Heo. Ixtifiui. J.J.KIIIott. ter, Mra. H. L. Relnhart. at C o'clock cubic inches, and our loaf was proW. It. DuuKtierty, frank Conlier, Dr. (l.(J. I'erry, Hev. Father 1 a o, Shu had been con- nounced to bo the quintessence of good Sunday morning. II. W. dallies, H. II, ll'iUBlinmu, fined to her bed since Oct. 8, and all bread." A. D. Hoot. I'rlali AlurlKbt. Mra. Margaret (Jooeli, Jacob ili.niler during that timo Mrs. Roinhart had W. II.Trajlor (Ito.lt.UUunt, CHURCH MATTERS. Hum lloberts, JolinJufer, been constantly ut her bedside. BeAmi-ni- l Kt'luiefer, M.J. Ilofiiiiuin, sides Mra. Roinhart, Mrs. Will Scott, K.T, llenile) A. It. Matlieny A new Uaptiat church ia to bo built Mrs, J. II. Owsley, li. H.durner. of Danvillo, ia left to mourn tho loss of at Somerset at u cost of $25,000. II. I.. Kaualer, M. J, Murnan, H.T, Hurrls, It.O. Wiitklus, a loving and Indulgent mother. Her Saturday'a Louisville Times containIt. ll.Oniu, J.U. lluiulley. husband died some five years ago and ed a splendid picture and a lengthy Mra.Nannlall.Oool, ('. K. MdJIure, Anton HoiivcLer, after funeral services at her latu homo write-u- p of Hev. It. C. Morrison, a AoUersuuUurr. W. M. Dlslion, VonCIrueulifun y Mrs. Kale Ailur T. 1, lluuiiliiiiun. by Rev, J. J. Dickey ut 2 o'clock pastor of tho Methodist church former Mra. Itelx-fTMo (Huts, It. 0irn'ntur afternoon her remains wero laid here. He is now in the Philippines. M. V, Ijiwrviiee, W. Koimts. J oil H. Ue, ll.Hevlers, by hU ajdo In Buffalo cemetery. to rest Tom Kerrlll, tHirl.tlau Jacob KreU I'uyk, w. w. riimuu, Wo are truly sorry that tho LexingDeceased was a devout member of the Alex l'oox'r. J. Nevlu Carter. Methodist church and a moat excellent ton Gazetto, W. 1', Walton's paper, Mrs. W. (. Wvleli, K. II. Dentiulll, W. li.tloocb, 1I.O. AuUerson, boro her suffering with has been forced to suspend. As an edwoman. She (lusdelsil. T.A. HUe. lteulwli Ourtli Olirls (aiiienlscli, remarkable fortitude and was willing itor, Mr. Walton is a live wire. Kvery Tlnsley Hpoouauiore JttinesHinltli, and ready when tho final summons thins he writes U highly entertaining A. I.. Hurler. IVW.t'urmr, W I'.Urliuea, II. W. (lalues A Rood mother hat none to her and wa shall miss Ills splendid paper came W. M. fields' Mrs. Mattle Whit. It. K.dulnes. reward; may her splendid example bo I from our exchange table. Ilarrodsburg W. K. Miss Mary t'vpplei, e, Anron tendtng a ketch and decrtnttnn mr rnlcklr a certain our opinion rre whttber an ORimun,Crv iiproDBDiyi tlontMricUrcontiaeiitU.. HANDBOOK onrateuu tent frra. Oldett mstmtr furcurtiiff D&tit rate tit taken tbrouvh Muun A Co. recalra rpfrisunocictT, wnnotu entree, luioo inTonimn lisnriE Tinging, Plumbing, Hcatirjg Designs Copyrights Ac. Crab Orchard, Ky. Traoc Marks rrt Don't let 1010 pass without having house with a beautiful white hot and cold water through jour POSTED. Porcelain Bath Outfit. Havo W. K. WARNER to install reasonable priced and guarantee. Roofiug Paiuts. your country water works nitl ir We aim carry iu stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS; Roofing and Call and see us. IV. K. WARNER, V-Pr- Stanford, Ky. L. It. IIUGHIvS.B. A.T W. L. M'CARTY.Prc. E. 0. WALTON, Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford, Kentuclty, oU 11 Farms aud Town Proiwrty llandlwl on Coiiiniiueioti. Stock and Sold. If you Havo Proierty to Sell or Rcut Notify Us. Writo for Circular to I Republican. JttuiM Mer, A. L. Taooipaon, Keetoo. L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky. L i TheJInterior Journal. I jMtrfdintSt Poti'Ojfiee at Stanford at FARMER'S DEPARTMBWT. EfTRs are scllinjr at 35c per dozen in Danville. Sheriffs Sale For Taxes, Monday, Feb. 14, ' J0. Being the L. N. TIME TKBLE No.Jl.Houth.lliMi.. No. St, Houth, 10:15 A x. No.Jt.Nortb.tMO No.7, I0:A. XO.HpllWP.K. No.,Nortb,slV M. A. M. r. M. JOS. S. RICE, Agont. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dontlst, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Fity Rood ewes for sale. V. E. Moss, Lancaster. M. S. Gaughman bought of James McKcchnlc a mulo for $170. D Tucker bought in Doyle a of hogs at 7 to Sc. He also bought a jack for $450. D. B. Fox, Sit., will stand a Jersey bull near Bowcn Station nt $1 Hie reason in advance. Mack Hughes, of Danville, sold to James Whiteside, of Gallatin, Tcnn., three horses for $625. G. Nat Fettit sold to Charles F. Winslow his farm in Fayette county on the Georgetown plko for car-loa- d 217-acr- o lit day ollhe Febnury Inm ol trie 0c MASON'S MEET. lincoln Lodge No. 00 $15,000. over McRoberte' Drug Store in Twenty-fou- r of the 74 fine Holstcin the Owsley Building. cows bought for the Asylum at Lexington had to bo killed on account of alBtoii, K. A A. M. will moot fa statnt communication on each Mrtt and tklrd Monday nights of ench month, nt 7:30 Vlock In their hnll on nmln strveet, Man-JoKy. Memtersof sitter lodges are fraternally Invited to bo present. T. W. l'en Hoc. Fall and Winter Stock. by it tailor of exclothes, whethern low perience. Then write business suit or the finest evening ftftn,.lll have that Imllvldunltty nnd nt wkkh plainly Indicate they were made toe tako measure. jenr for extra I will also fancy your mens-rvests, top trousers, mtsi and overcoats. Kail and winter asnptes on hand ready for your Inspection. H.O.KUPLKV. The Tailor. Stanford, Ky. Bate jour menturo tnkon your ft CUT FLOWERS j FOR SALE 3k3 I 1 can furnish the public with the best, as Trcllns the freshest of cut flowers, plants of kinds, bulb., potted flowers, on short lMkr. Also mnke n apeclaltyof wreaths Jtr for funeral purposes. Id connection with the above, I have all prices. ilnljof vegetables on hand nt reasonable OHRiHTMANOUKENHOUHEH, KB llUIIIIAKI), 1'KOlt. Htanford.Ky. iMurtsTobaccoland Barns. Tobacco Nothing But Insurance. Jessel;D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, STANFORD, KY. Residence Tbone 34; ODIce, 96. Insure with me and be fully R. F. D. No. 4. R. H. Crow, of the Shelby City section, is worried over the loss of a fine weanling by a son of Star McDonald. Rethinks the colt would have scld readily for $500. There came to my placo about Dec. 15 a boar hog. Not marked except his tail its cut close. Owner .can get him by paying 50c for this notico and his keep. D. Broughton, Crab Orchard. wagon team I have an wagon for sale. Also a horse for sale; or I will trade him for a good driving horse. This horse will weigh about 1,100 and a good one. B. D. Carter. . Thomas W. Lawson is again in Kentucky to consult with the Burley Tobacco Society as to the formation of a Tobacco Trust $50,000,000 Peoples with which to fight the American Tobacco Company. Dunbar & Barnes, Russell county poultry dealers, reached Columbia last Thursday with 217 geese, which they drove to this place from Eli, Russell county. They were two and one half days on the road. Tho geese averaged eight pounds. Adair News. eight-year-ol- d d Fon Sale. Two coming mules and two coming thee-year- olds. Josiah Anderson, Stanford, Lancaster Court. There were protected. CONCRETING ,"V seuown 10 a lence post, we can serve s promptly nnd guarantee t sma material, uan anu set our urices tefvro you buy your material at least. lint-clas- tntlng, such as IIloclc work, 1'avementt .iniact.wecan makeanr tning irome are In position to do nil kinds of con- - PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. about 250 cattle on the Lancaster market yesterday and the demand was good. Light yearlings sold at 4c; heifers 3 to 4c. Butcher stufT was brisk at 3 to 3jc. Mules were in great demand and sold at $175 to $225. If every man in Pulaski county was as enthusiastic over stock as Mr. J. H. Gibson, certainly there would be a revolution in affairs of the county. Mr. Gibson has a little farm within the city limits and keeps nothing but the best bred cattle and hogs on it. Somersst Times. INSURANCE. Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life. Live Stock, Health and Accident, Plate Glass.Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losseswhich are paid without discount. bacco Barns,! Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Insures Tobacco, R. B. MAHONY To- After hearing the committee of the it is probable that the Department of Justice will take no action toward the dissolution of the organization. There are many conflicting reasons, it is said, which make the officials hesitate to bring action, it being held that afflrmativa steps would lay the government open to the charge of playing into the hands of the Tobacco Trust. Bargain. 354 acres of good land, of which 100 acres is bottom land, eight-roodwelling, two good stock barns, new tobacco barn, 3Gx9C, Ice house, buggy bouse, two corn cribs, etc., two good cisterns, the whole farm being well watered, well fenced and lays well. Will sell as a whole or cut 200 acres with improvements, to suit purchaser, which Includes 100 acres as fine bottom land as there Is in the county. Thij h a bargain. See L. R. Hughes, Stanford, Ky. Burley Tobacco Society, J,L,Beazley&Co., Napoleon's Grit was of the unconquerable, when you oever-say-dl- o Undertakers and Embalm. err. Also Dealers in Fur niture, J&Iat tings, Rug?. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. IBIS kind, the kind that you need most txao a bad cold, cough or lung disease. Supposo troches, cough, syrups, cod liver ol lor doctors have all failed, don't lose heart or hope. Take Dr. King's New Discovery. Satisfaction Is guaranteed when used for any throat or lung It oublo, It has saved thousands of nopoless HUfTerers. It masters stubborn colds, obstlnsto coughs hemorrhages, la grippe, croup asthma, hay fever and whooplngcougb and Is the most safe and certain remedy for all bronchial affections. 60c. $1. Trial bottle free at Penny's Drug Store. Louis L. Williams, of Boonville, Mo., former judge in Alaska, during the Cleveland Administration, was found dead In bed at the American Hotel at that place. Heart disease is given as STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C.JVLcCIary, the cause of death. "Hyomel certainly saved my life and I accord it the credit which It deserves and merits." Mrs. Ada Hopkins, of Cold water, Mich. Hyomel is guaranteed by G. L. Penny to cure catarrh, coughs, colds, croup or Bore throat. $1 for complete outfit. Lawyer Am I to understand that your wife left your bed and board? Uncle Ephraim Not 'xactly, boss. She dun tuk mah bed an' bo'd along wif her. The new Waverly Hotel and bathhouse at Hot Springs was destroyed by fire. All the guests escaped. The property loss was about $100,000, ym A4Kwr jM MxiertakofJEmbalmor and mler InlHarnoss, Saddler , STANFORD, KY- - Lincoln county court, I will, between the hours ol 9 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M., in front of the court. home door in Stanford, Ky., sell at public outcry to the highest and bril bid. del for cath in hand, the following lists, or so much as will pay tates, cost and penalty. As fast as payments are made the names wil disappear. The amount set opposite each name includes 6 per cent, penally and cost of advertising. Stanford White. Barnett, Mrs. Elixabeth house and lot $ 3 63 Bright. J. W. 140 acre. 74 34 Carpenter Sisters town lot 22 75 t 60 Collins, Mrs Bettie 40 acres Dawes, C L 25 acres 3 00 3 75 Hasty, Jack acres 6 45 Manuel. Thomas 5 acres 1908-- 9 I 60 Sreser. John and Dan N R I acre 16 15 Wheat, Mrs Maggie 65 acres 3 35 acres Wilson. WE gdn 27 Wren, Mrs Nancy half acre 6 10 I 60 Yates. Wm hrs 50 acres Stanford Colored. Abbs, Ceo 2 ucres 3 25 I 60 Barrow, Manuel N R 1 aore I 60 Bright, Tobe S acres Brown, Dan I acre 6 95 3 20 Carson. WA I acre 2 20 Crow, Elua 4 acres Crow, Mary 32 acres, credit 60c, balance 4 90 2 20 Givens, Kale NR 10 es Hayes, Will 6 50 h acre 3 75 Jackman, J S house and lot 4 90 Lackey, Thomas 27 acres 3 20 Lackey, Broaddus 2 acres 3 75 Lackey, Will I acre Liilard, Edmond house and lot 6 70 4 85 Logan, James 12 acres I 60 Logan, Mariah 5 acres 3 20 Lytic Bob 2 acres 4 25 Miller, Ceo Jr house and lot 3 95 Penman. John 3-- 4 acre, credit 3.10, bal Robinson, Amanda I acre 2 20 I 60 Simpson, Millie acre 7 75 Simpson, Elias 33 acres 3 95 Wade. Lucy house and lot I 60 Withers, Lucy A house and lot Crab Orchard -- While. 2 75 Barnes. Wm 2 acres 9 90 acres Bobbin. FF 59 3 75 Delaney, Henry 52 acres 2 20 Delaney, Eliza 45 acres 3 20 Denny, A C 24 acres I 50 Dishon, Ann and Bertha 40 acres 38 65 Holmes. D V 190 acres 3 20 Hopper. Bill 41 acres Kelscy. Lutes N R 87 acrcf 6 85 Kennedy, Ben 62 acres 4 50 I 60 Kidd. John N R 20 acres I 20 Playfourth. Wm 10 acres Turner, Mrs Walter 73 acres 6 25 Thompson, A J 169 acres 4185 t Crab Orchard Colored. I 60 Blanford. Julia 4 acres 2 95 Humbsr, Robt acre Humber, Erne I acre 2 40 Niles, Georgia 3-- 4 acre 2 20 Slaughter, Mattie acre 135 I 95 acre Smith. J H NR I 3 25 acres Sutton. Wm 4 Waynesburg While. 4 50 August. A J N R 134 acres 3 00 Baugh. Silas 32 acres 4 50 Bunn. S M N R 100 acres 3 95 Bryant. Mollie 3 acres Byrd, Joe 4 85 acres Carrier, J L house and lot 3 70 Clark. Thomas N R 50 acres 2 30 Claunch, Libertus 40 acres 7 15 Denny, W L 30 acres 3 75 Erics, John hrs 25 acres 2 75 acres 4 50 Falk. L C N R Fisher. J C I acre 6 30 Castineau, Ceo 5 acres 4 65 Castineau, J H 75 acres 3 75 Gooch, Colonel 2 acres 4 20 Cooch, Cicero hrs 37 acres 2 75 I 60 Gourley.Mis Sarah 23 acres Hatcher, Sarah A 72 acres 6 25 Hicks. WHNR 107 acres 3 50 I 80 Litlrell. Martha 3 acres McCuffry. Mrs D hrs 68 acres 4 50 Montgomery, J W I acre and lot 4 95 Moore. D M 20 acres 4 85 Morris, E F 100 acres 9 20 Murphy, Edmond 17 acres 7 15 Noble. W CNR 1 16 acres 5 70 Padgett, R D house and lot 5 50 Paiker. J C N R 92 acres 3 35 Pitman, W R house and lot 5 00 I 95 Plias. Docia 25 acres 2 75 Pruitt. Mis Ella I acre Reid, Ollie N R 4 acres 3 35 I 60 Reid. Elna 1 1 acres Reid. W S 3 acres 3 75 Rice. W M A N R 20 acres 2 20 Rigney, Sam 26 acres 4 50 . Robinson, Wm 15 acres 3 00 Scarbrough. J H 50 acres 3 75 Shoop, Ellen 43 acres 4 20 Sims, D W 20 acres 4 95 Sims, Tipton 106 acres 5 10 Suns. W G 20 acres 3 20 Sims, Hayden 12 xcres 4 35 Sm'tfh. Mrs Eva 200 acres 4 50 Spradling. Chi. J N R 45 acres 4 50 Taylor. ED acre. 3 85 Trusty, Ceo I acre 3 20 I 35 Warren, E C N R 9 acres Waterloo, G W 40 acres 3 75 Wdcher, J B 198 acres 5 50 Wolverton. G W N R 37 acres 3 25 Young, Sallie 34 acres 3 25 WsyneLurg Colored. Boone, Permtlia 3 acres 60 Hulonville White. Buikrtl. John 5 acres 6 95 Carson,JKNR 14 acres 5 70 Carter, Mrs N J 5 acres 2 95 Cotnpton, E D I acre 3 25 Delf.Geo 7 acres 3 50 Deters, 1 (award N R I acre 2 20 Durham. B W 54 acres 3 75 Ellison, G W house and lot 9 85 Everett, Frank 50 acirs 4 85 I lutchington, W D 20 acres 600 McGinnis, A T N R hnuie and lot 4 50 Miracle, A B 100 acres 16 40 Reid, Mat 4 acres 3 75 Reynolds, Mrs Mollie 25 acres 400 Russell. G W acre 700 Shipman, F L hrs 40 acres 2 20 Spaw, Ellen N R 2 acres I 60 Vaught, John house and lot 3 75 Waggoner, Thomas 50 acre. 4 35 Wilcher. J W 50 acre. 3 75 While. Robt N R 25 acee. 680 I tustonville Coloied. Anderson, Ritter N R house anJ los 4 10 Armstrong, Flank house and lot 8 45 Barfield, Henry 3 45 land I 60 Bright, Lucy N R I acre I 60 Blown. Nathan N R acres Brown, Frank I acre 3 75 Bruce, Robert house and lot and 3 acie. 6 10 Bruce. Gill N R 3 acre. 2 20 I 60 Cloyd, Beltie 2 acre. Davis, Ed house and lot 4 25 Drye, Steve house and lot 4 95 Durham, Dan N R 3 acre. 4 00 Frye, Geo N R 5 acre. 2 20 Gilbert, Marge 4 acre. 4 35 Gillispie, Green house anJ lot 3 80 Givens, Sylvia 12 acre. 4 00 I 60 Civens, Ellen house and lot I ielm, James house and lot 3 25 1 locker, Mack 3-- 4 5 90 acre Jones, Henry I acre 4 25 Lodge Rooms by Joe Drye house and lot 5 70 I 60 Lyons, Manha N R house and lot McCormack, Ceo Sr 4 acres 4 85 McCoimack, Cieen 35 acies 5 00 McKinney, Rine I acre 3 25 Mckinney, Kate 2 20 acie McKinney, Crmpbell N R house and lot 2 20 I 40 Miller. m N R house and lot Miller, James 25 acres 7 25 Moreland, Jennie I acre I 60 Owsley, Emily house and lot 12 25 Putfe, Smith house and tot 4 35 Rifle. Lauia 2 3-- 4 acres 6 20 Shears, Thomas I acres 3 80 I 60 Singleton, Jessie I acre Smith, Patsy house and tot 2 20 Smith, Tho. house and lot 3 80 Walker. Thos house and lot 4 65 4 85 Walla. Tho. 2 acre. Welch, Jame. house and lot credit $3 bal I 85 I 40 Weatheifoid. Bolin N R house and lot I 65 Weatheifoid. Judie Lincoln County. T. J. HILL, , We Undersell Everybody. mn Below Cost 1 ! 01TKR.MY KKTIIIKOF Clothing, Shoes, Ladies' and Gent's Furnishings. Cravanettes. $20 00 Crnvniii'ttcn 18 lf 00 00 " $12 0 11 48 11 4 13 00 12 00 " " 8 4ft 7 08 Overcoats. $20 Overcoat 18 $10 00 fW " 12 GO " " 10 8 SO " (5 00 " r oo " I 00 " lfi :i 7 78 I! 1)3 (! 48 5 78 Jl W 00 ' 2 50 " :i is 2 08 2 28 1 711 Men's Suits of Best Make. S25 00 McnV .Suits 22 .r)0 " $1(1 OK in 11 18 20 00 18 00 15 00 13 CO 12 50 10 00 !) " " '' 2 18 US " " " " ' 8 7 0 5 00 00 50 00 - 8 18 7m 7 18 (5 48 5 48 A 118 4 M 00 " 3 08 2 08 Boy's Suits. Strnight nnd Knickiirlxxiker $8 00 llov' Stiitu 7 18 Punt. $5 48 1 1 HOME FOR SALEI On story cottage of eight room, nnd nil necesvirv outbuilding's. I.ot contnliis one acre, divided Into cow lot on which Is roomy luirn, buggy houne, corn crib, etc. (ioo.1 gardeu spot. This Is n de.lrahle nlitcv. locat ed on corner of Whitley Hnd Miller streets. A. II. llOI.T7.ai.AW, Htanfnni, Ky. '.13 18 50 5 00 00 .'1 00 2 50 2 00 (J 1 " " 3 18 2 78 2 28 lv48 1)8 SURVEYING AND CIVIL II Hats. Largest $1 00 John II. Stctxm Hat and ct oer the telephone Kxchange. I m prepared todo nil kinds uf surveying II engineering promptly. My work will be gunmnteed and my prices are Write me nt Mciilhney or call mo through the Uustonvllle WAtifKIl MoKINNKY. 50 : 00 Hats 2 50 " 2 00 1 50 " 1 00 " $2 03 2 78 2 28 1 08 1 48 08 78 S. .O. CARTER, Men's Cashmere and Worsted Now Livorv Depot Stroot, Phono 06. Pants " 00 3 50 " 3 00 " 2 50 " 2 00 1 50 " HOYS' l'ANTrf. 1 5 00 " DnchciM Trousers. " ' ' ; J)8 (13 STANFORD. KENTUCKY. 3 28 U Harry JacoiSs, IVnler In isnd Manufacturer of; " " " " 2 10 I J)8 1 48 08 Marblo and Cranlto Markers and I'o.ts, Cemetery and fjiwn vines Biici nuiieea. uuice aim worKs, Ky. HEAVY FLEKCKI) UNDKUWKAH. 25c quality M)c. Straight and Kiiiekorlnclcor, 1 Ic to $1.08 . 50c t.tmlity 38c-- . AH Shoes Go Below Cost. REWARD. Havlnz suffered considerable, annoyance and UaimtKe from outlaws. In breaking (tale latches and tearlDK down nnd destroying my Rates, on the county road that runs through my farm, t hai concluded toortur a reward for Information leading to the conviction of such person or persons. I n will inereiore give sue sum oi s.ju lor leadline to the nrreat and conviction of any party or parties, that hae broken the latches on any of my nates, or that hare sawed down or torn down any of my gates on the county road which runs from the llustonvlllu turnpike to the Mllledgevllle turnpike, through my farmland I will give me same iimuuiu lor iiiiorinuiiou lenuiiig tu the arrest and conviction of any party sir Hurtles who In thu future commit uny of the above olTenses. witness my band this loth day or August, snior-illatio- Patent, Vici, Velcm anil Ouu Metal. $5 shoe at $'J,38. 4.00 Slioeri nt 320. 3.50 bIicv at 2.78. 3.00 kIiocs nt 2.28. 2.50 eliocHat 1.08. 2.00 shoe. nt l.titJ. 1.50 bIiocs nt 1.10. 4 3 3 2 00 Fclta 50 " 00 " 5( The "Ball Band" Felts 3 40 2 08 2 48 1 " Rubbers 2 25.Kul)I)erB " 2 00 1 08 88 08 48 "Hull Unnd 75 " " " 1 1 1 VrJ. T.J.llIM.,Hlt. Saturday, Jan. 15 Thirty Days Days. Next Door to Lincoln County Nationul Hank, Dinwiddie & Co., Hustonville,. Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an line of goods. up-to-date SAM ROBINSON, STAN FORD.. KY. 0891, and Water. Tiie Wintry Blasts May Come, And tho Itnin) und finow Fall, but your stock will keep warm in Nunnelley's New Stock Yards Plenty of Covered Pens and Feed Best market in tho Statu. Ho brine them ou. Court Dav. Second Monday, 1. M. Uuucb, Aeaietant.