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There has been but littto said recent-l- y of tho Congressional raco that will bo held In this district this year. Tho friends of several Rcntlomen havo said that thcro would be opposition to Hon. Harvey Helm, tho present incumbent, for tho democratic nomination, but as yot no nuthoritativo announcement to that effect has been made. Mr. Helm has mado his ofllclal announcement, but nono of the others havo done so. A nomination will bo mado, aa a matter of courao, and the selection of a party '" candidato will probably bo mado some tlmo In tho spring or summer. Tho tlmo and manner of making, tho selection will be determined by tho Congressional committee, which will bo called toRcther at tho ptcasuro of Mr ' , Nor I on Fitch, of Jessamine county, who Is chairman of that committee. Tho domocrata of this district are Interested In tho selection of a Kod man for tho position, and thcro must bo no taint or suspicion of unfairness In male-inthat solectlon. Tho district, from a political standpoint, is very close, and tho defeat of a weaker unpopular democratic candidate by a stronR and iop. ular republican would not only bo probable, but very possible There must bo no cpjestlon as to tho fairness of tho selection. I'ackcd conventions In tho past havo had much to do with the conditions that have existed In Kentucky for the past ten or twelve years, and no honest man can be Every in favor of them In the future. vntpr ihould bo entitled to a voice in the selection of his party's candidate. nml evrrv vote should be counted as cast. This can bo dono in a primary election and has been rarely, if ever, convent on. There Is no Jaim in trading or swapping in a primary, and there, every tub stands on its own bottom. -- SheibyUecord. K HUSTONVILLE. Miis Mary Lnwrcnco Claxon, of Louisville, is the guest of Miss Edna Cam-nit- Mr. und Mrs. I). S. Carpenter, who for tho past week have been ill, wo nro plcaicd to state nro much better. Tho next meeting of tho ladles' C. W. 11. M. will be held with Miss Helen Hocker at 2:30 on Thursday, February 3d. Tho subject of Rev. W. S. Willis' sermon on next Sunday morning will bo "Satin or tho Devil;" evening, Tho Seasons. Spring's a Fearless-eye- knows no lover, and fancy-freSnowy blosoi.as droop abovo her. Flowery graces kiss her knee. mld that d e. Summer wears a crown of roses For tho maid bo:omes a bride, On her checks two growing posies, In her eyes n world of pride. Autumn ia a goodwife jolly, Mellow as her gathered fruit. Twinkling eyea that laugh at folly, Ruddy checka and lips to boot. Winter is a queen of sorrows Throned aloft, austerely white, Gazing down tho loveless morrows To tho inevitable night. The cost of living is going so high Wo cannot live and so must die. And say, We've got to do It right away, Uecauso unless we'ro p. d. q. In what it'a up to ua to do, The undertakers will comblno Along the whole darn funeral line And make that cost prohibitive A now wo And It is to live. Thus we can neither live nor die, No matter by what means we try, And this condition being true, Say, what in thunder shall we doT N. Y. Tribune. A Frightful Wrock. of train, automobile or buggy may causccuu, bruises, abrasions, sprains that demand Uucklcn's Ar greatest bealer. nica Salve-earthOniric relief and nromnt cure remits. For burns, bolls, sores of all kind oczema, chapped hands and lips, sore Surest vp or coros. Its aunrcrao. pile euro. 25o at Penny's Drugstore or wounds 's throat or lung tioublo, It has saved thousands of nopoless sufferers. After stating the statistics as to mor- It mastots stubborn colds, obstlnsto tality from different diseases In Pana-m- coughs hemorrhages, la grippe, croup at different periods, Dr. Osier aald asthma, buy fever aud whooplngcough that In 1908 tho combined tropical dis- and Is tho most safe and corluln reme dy for all bronchial olfactions. 50c eases, malaria, dysentery and berl-berkilled fewer there than tho two great $1. Trial bottle free at Penny's Drug killing diseases of tho temperate zone, Store. pneumonia and tuberculosis. A verdict was given at Owensboro to Josiah Took Desslo out sleigh riding J. F. Dearinger and Raymond Deann-ge- r for $20,000 against the Kentucky last night and tried to klsa her. Horam And wouldn't she stand for and Indiana Telephone and Telegraph Co. The plaintiff, Raymond Dearinger, It? Josiah Yes; but the blamed old hoxs was badly injured by coming in contact with a wire heavily charged with elec wouldn't. He ran away. tricity. a, l, The prico of shoes Is to be advanced, it aecms, becauso leather ia scarce, and leather Is scarce becauso little meat Is being slaughtered, and little Is being slaughtered because pcoplo cannot afford meat at present prices, and there is no end to this story, you know; it for any goes right around In o circle. would exceed $200,000,000. Warner Van Norden, president of ,tho Van Norden Trust Co., of New York, was robbed of $28,000 by two women as he was leaving the Waldorf-AstoriTho directors of tho Pennsylvania 2:30, J. D. Depp fell from his barn lolt a Company, operating tho Pennsylvania few days since and was painfully injur- railroad lines west of Pittsburg, declared, but Is able to move with crutches. ed a dividend of $1G.G7 per share, payMiis Dillie May Sutherland, of Irene, able in stock. A report that tho Jeffries-JohnsoKy., Is tho guest of her many friends fight will shortly be declared off on ac hero. The celebrated evangelist, Rev. Jas. count of tho dispute between Rlckard Small, and his no less noted singer, and Glcason as to the place where it Is have been employed to conduct a pro to bo held is current. Holders of copper stocks saw their tracted meeting at tho Christian church hero In August next. Tho exact date profits of the past two months melt away Tuesday in ono of the sharpest declines will be announced later. "Toncy, tho Convict," a thrilling which the Roaton market has exper drama, will be given by the young lady ienced for nearly a year. Tho Federal government s prosecu and gentlemen actor of the graded school at Alcorn's Opera House on the tion of the publishers of the New York evening of Feb. 22 The proceeds will World was stopped. Judge Hough in the U. S. circuit court in New York go for charitable purposes. Ry nctual count thcro wero 41 loads quashing the indictment. George S. Schuhmann, president of of tobacco in our city Saturday and nearly as many on Friday. Jas. Grubbs, tho company publishing the Louisville one of our expert tobacco raisers and Anzciger, one of the foremost business handlers, sold one load last week for men in Louisville, nnd a leading citizen, Is dead. $G99, breaking tho State record. In the court of appeals G. W. Settle, George Carpenter, of Frye's creek, died on Friday evening, after a pro- of Madison county, convicted and sentracted illness. He was buried on tenced to the penitentiary for 10 yearn Saturdny at Poplar Grove. He was a on a charge of unlawfully detaining a successful merchant on Frye'a creek woman, was given a new trial. The jury in the case of T. S. Ander and had many friends who will mourn son, the Owensboro banker, charged his loss. Tho day that Dr. James Wesley fell with false swearing, failed to agree and broke his hip was the coldest this and was discharged. It stood seven winter, and he laid helpless where he for acquittal and five for conviction. Tho Court of Appeals affirmed the fell for over two hours before he was His numerous friends in decision of the Royle circuit court in discovered. Lincoln and Casey counties will be glad the case of tho Commonwealth against Gcorgo Gordon for the killing of Robt. to hear he is better t cru Rrewcr. Gordon must servo 21 years. Tho agitation of the Three persons were killed and three sade over the country ha reached our locality and finds many warm sup- seriously injured when an automobile d porters here. interest is owned and driven by a Kansas City, manifested in solving tho problem, Kas., contractor, John Maloney, skid embankwhich has aroused practically the entire ded and plunged over a country, and the influence which ele- ment. Tho meat boycott has become nation vates food prices must and will be downed, becauso it is a matter of self- - al. . Labor unions and persons with so cialistic tendencies in every large city defense. King Carpenter, one of our most ex- in tho nation have become involved in cellent young men, has gone to Texas tho crusade against the alleged Reef prospecting, with a view of locating. Trust. A fourth of France, it is estimated, S. D. Yowell ia deciJcdly the happiest man in tho West End, occasioned by is now under water. Snow and rain are adding to the floods, which are unthe arrival of a handsome eight-poun- d daughter. The several cases of pneu precedented in the history of tho pres monia patients in this locality, we arc ent generation. Tho Seine continued glad to announce, are convalescing, to rise and the situation in Paris grew worso hourly. Miss Helen Hocker very handsomely entertained Mrs. Minnie Robinson's Ri The Indiana Supreme Court reversed bio class Friday evening from 8 to 11 itself and held tho gravel road law Tho menu included the delicacies of the passed by the last Legislature consti season, artistically prepared and great tutional, and thereby some $30,000,000 ly enjoyed by all. of bonds issued under the law and out standing in Indiana, Ohio and Eastern Napoleon's Grit States become valid. was of tho unconquerable, aover-say- A petition (or rehearing in the case die kind, tho kind that you need most of Rcech Hargis against tho Common when you havo a bad cold, couch or wealth has been filed with Napier lung disease. Supposo troches, cough, Adams, clerk of tho Court of Appeals, syrups, coJ liver o ilor doctors havo A ruling on the motion is expected all faded, don't loso heart r hope shortly. He was given a life sentence Tako Dr. King's Now Discovery. for killing his father, Judgo Jas. Har Satisfaction Is guaranteed when used gis. a. n German-American anti-meaDeep-seate40-fo- "Temptation." Martin T. Rujsell, of Milldgcville, died Saturday night of senility, aged 85, and was burled Monday in tho cemetery. Myers & Vaughn shipped to Cincinnati Monday a car of hogs bought at C to 7J and a car of cattle, butcher stulT, bought for 3 to 3c. Choir practlco will bo held on Friday evening at 7 o'clock at tho homo of C. M. Rack. Tho teachers' training classes of the Christian church will meet with Mrs. June Hocker next Saturday at Bus-tonvil- lo Lotta Faust, tho musical comedy nc- tress, Is dead In New York Citv. Ezra Kendall, the comedian, died at Martinsville, Ind., where ho went for treatment. plant at Evans-villTho Journal-New- s Ind.. was destroyed, causing a loss of $100,000. In a wreck in tho Mobile, Ala., yards of the Mobilo and Ohio railroad one man was killed and three Injured. Hetty Green, ono of New York's richest women, says meat is too Ihigh f6V her and alio will substitute something for it. James Shouso, aged CO, killed him self at Vincenncs, Ind., leaving a note saying ho took his lifo for the better ment of his children. Premier Rriand and Minister of Cochery, of France, after a con sultation estimated that the flood losses e. PUBLIC SALE!! BEGINS WEDNESDAY FE,B., 2ND LASTS 16 DAYS. Ill Q QQQ QQ worth of merchandise of every know. description of men people tor ten days to be dist.ibuted mammoth yjxu,JJJ.JJ before dreamedstock A Carnival indeed. into the homes for will goand children. This the of only, at prices never An event that down in the his- tory as the greatest sale known thsoughout the states greater not only in 'he marvalous section of styles, in the multitude of values offered but greatest in thebewildering low prices asked. Come here You will not be disappointed; your exexpecting to find absolutely the best valuef you eversaw. pectations shall be exceeded in every instance; we guarantee you that our pricss arc lower and the vaiues such as you only could pieture in your most exalted moments of imagination. Were we to use the most emphatic language, we could not sufficiently impress upon you the impurtance of these bargins. Why language is too faint to convey to you even an idea of the extraordinary values :o be found Wednesday, Feb. 2. This mighty gigantic sale of sixteen furious selling days will record the most important event ever held, To this end the entire building will be closed from Saturday January 29th Wednesday. February 2nd, at 9 a. m., undergoing vasltv important changes; every article to be marked in plain figures at only a shadow below actual actual cost, and Wednesday, Feb, 2nd, at 9 a. m we will open upon a show of style and a scene of activity that will excel! anything ever witnessed. S. GOLDSTEIN, Stanford, Ky. InPerfect fit guaranteed. Remember, you get your rronev oack should you be dissatisfied. We urge it as a duty cluded in this sale; our entire spring purchases at same proportionate prices. upon every mah, upon every saving housewife to attend this stupendous bargain feast. No postponement. Sale positively begins Wednesday, Feb. 2nd., at 9 a. m. and will continue 16 days Store will be closed Monday, January 31 and Tuesday Feb. 1st. to arrange and mark down every article throughout all departments. Gov. Swanson, In a special message to the Legislature, advises that Virginia should claim from tho Federal Government a portion of the $80,000,000 from the sale of public lands in the territory which Virginia ceded to the United States from which wero formed the States of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin and a por tion of Minnesota. elation of the tailors skill, PanamaS3.00 and S4.00 brands, all the Alpacas, Wool Mannish Mixturesllatest styles, every pair guaranteed n all shades, worth 7; come and our public sale price S1.9S. A FINK SUIT OF HOME SI'UN and wool crash cheviots in pick them at this Receivers Sale Gents' Furnishings. 22 39 plain and fancy mixed effects, all price guaran we L'hts, perlect limng. MFN'S ALL WOOL FLAN-FE- L Coats teed positively worth up to SS or Ladies Tailor Made coats are colors,SHIRTS in plain and fancy vour monev refunded at any time inese beautiful spring all sizes, $1.25 values, best fitting during this great public sale, S2.49 the smartest, been shoivn in coats public sale price 49c. Stan that has ever EXTRA MEM'S SPLENDID SUITS ford, The materials art excellent MEN'S HEAVY made uo in medium and heavy and all the nev shades up to the WORK SHIRTS, never sold for Every coat more than a less than 75c, sale price weights, consrrvative styles, pos- minute 37c, itively up to $12 or your mone bargain. MEN'S WORK SHIRTS. refunded at any time during this 12 Auto Coat extra fancy and nobby designs, worth S3 98 vLadies creat public sale long .strictly hand Tailored in c,oc, sale price 98c. ' S14 SUIT, All to match, S4 49. black aud blue some are stunning MEN'S FINE DRESS.SHIRTS A fine suit of clothes, all to match ly trimmed very latest models standard , Sl.25 sellers. all and worstead Positively worth $12. During this sizes in fall and winter patterns, come in homespun This suit pos sale S3.4S sale price Scotch mixtures. 79c. itively worth S14 or your money during the Ladirs Yx length Black coats MEN'S ALL WOOL SHIRTS refunded at any time made of latest materials and finest material, all sizes, worth 2 creat public sale fashions worth up to SS; perfect Public sale price oSc. PubS16 ALL WORSTED SUITS. fitting; don't miss this one. 25c SUSPENDERS of excellent S6.jq This is the peer of any lic Sale Price elastic, with patent buckles and vou can see elsewhere at a 5l6 straps full leiigth, worth 25c, Drice mark. A marvel of good Shoe Department. Public sale price to ask Don't fail ness. all sizes. 9c. A genuine S16 Ladies finest Dress Shoes, lace for this suit All 50c and oxford, latest dress styles and 50c SUSPENDERS. value supenders, including the well leathers; worth S2.00, $20 MEN'S FINE SUITS, SS.98 public sale price 98c known 50c "President" subenders public sala price 19c. A grand assortment of single and lace double breasted sack suits, black Ladies' patent and vici kid heels, 85c AND S1.00 OVERALLS seoes. French and Cuban blue and brown cheviots serges ware, genuine and lumpers, in all sizes and velour finished cassimere, some for dress and street styles, plain blue or striped over$2. 50 values. solid worsteds in gray and brown; public sale price Si. 29. alls with or without bib, all Sec nobbv tweed mixtures in all the values, public sale price 69c. shades, Ladies calf and vici kid shoes. most desirable and newest MEN'S Ice ROCKFO'RD all superbly tailored; perfect ht Cuban heels. selectedfrom lines HALF HOSE. Values that are where there were only a few left, SEAMLESS guaranteed. equal in every respect to suits latest styles, wortn S2.50 to S3. 00. Positively worth 15c public sale 4c. $1.49. price Our sale public sale price that sell for S20 $8.98 Ladies' shoes, latest styles only 25 Inch RED & BLUE BANprice DANNA HANDKERCHIEFS, in dress shoes, all sizes up to positively worth ioc public sale Ladies' Skirts all S3.50 to S4.00 values, pries 4c. S1.98. price Ladies' Walking Skirts.all sizes pubiic sale to ico pairs men's stylish lace Men's 2Cc Black tan hoes and and styles, you must see them realize the magniticent quality, shoes or oxfords in oatent kid and fancycolors nevei sold less than the complete perfection of the vici. actually and positively worth 25c, while they last 9c styles and colorings, aKiris which S3 .00. S3. 00 Trousers, St. co. Men's all you seldom have seen equaled for public sale price 98c. wool cassimeres, tweeds, cheviots Se.co. Public Sale Trice . .S2.29 Mens line dress shoes, lace or etc., well fitting gorments, which oxfords in patent colt finest select sold as high as $3.00, public sale 150 splendid skirts; garments which are a rev vici kids and patent colt famous price Sl.59. Men's Suits S4-4- 9 Si-q- Sfi-4- 7, ultta-fashicnab- Sale lasts 16 days only Wed. Feb. 2. to Sat. Feb. 19. Those Pies Of Boyhood. How delicious were the plea or boyhood. No pies now ever taste so good. What's changed? tho pics? No. Its you. You'vo lost tho strong, healthy stomach, tho vigorous liver, the active kidneys, the regular bowels of boyhood. Your digestion U poor Owing to the reputation ol I bave established in the past pears as a merbhant ot high grade dependable merchandise the prices aro as represented and not in any way exaggerated in this advertisement. Buyers can have their money refunded at any time for ans reason whatever If purchose is not satisfactory to purchaser. Our guarautce: We assure each and every' purchaser absolute satisfaction. We guarcntec every price and every statement here made and wc will exchange, take back or aefund your money on any purchase unsatisfactory for any reason what soever. Every article every garment One pricle to all, Sale positively opens Wed., Fc 2, 9 a. m in the house markend in plain figures. doing now?" Tho board of supervisors completed him and he Its work Friday afternoon. The assess told mo ho would button my gown up ed value of the county was raised $100,-00making the grand total of assessed the back If 1 would hurry." Houston property in Royle county 18,773,643. Poat. Advocate. "I wish the landlady would get a Mlo-nthat's the name of the best blonde cook." prescription ever written for indiges "Why!" "Ob, I like to tee the butter match tion or stomach distress. Guaranteed I by G. L. Penny, 60c, Um hair." "I threatened to leave "He's a brutel" "What's he been 0, a, blame the food. What's toulng up by Electric Bitters ot all organs of dl gestlon Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, They'll restcro Dowels Try tbem. your boyhood appetite and appreciation of food aod fairly saturate your body with new boalth, strength and I vigor. oOoat Penny's Drug Store. needed? A completo uu ,ci s, fiOLDSTEIM ae miles, Merchants waited on between the hours ot I 8 Stanford, Kentucky bc fare paid to every purchaseerof S25.00 or over within a radius SPECIAL NOTICE Kailroad portions of this stock at retail prices listed in this paper, will of wishing to bua and 9 every morning. L V. - .litrfr 'if i.tntil.ffil u . i . jAflteaiL ilWlj, mi llMHf H II - ' yy tv w"y "tw am nfi wjpw ""V'f The Interior Journal. C. C. WALTON HON. HARVEYTHELM. of Lincoln county. If n cnmlldnto for for Congress from tli KlRhth district, subject to the notion of the demo. cratic part)-- A CHANGE OF FRONT. A LETTEK written by Senator Conn Linn, who is president pro tern of the Senate, has been made public in which ho promised his support for the extension of the County Unit Bill, which ho On tho said ho was heartily for. strength of it ho was elected, but it was the same old story of "When the devil was sick, A monk he'd be, When the dovil was well, The devil of a monk was he." If the letter is genuine, and thcro seems to bo no doubt of it, Senator Linn got his office by fatso pretense, for immediately on taking his seat ho developed into the rankest of red-hUnit men. What has come over the spirit of his dreams? Has the persuasive influence of the great and only John Whallen metamorphosed him? The man who occasionly acts as governor of Kentucky and would succeed to the offlco if both Willson and Cox should die or become disqualified, ought to get Bomebody to put more starch in his backbone. anti-Coun- ty IN the two years that Gov. Willson has been In ofilco ho has spent $27,831.-3- 0 of the State's good money for special judges, tho mlleago for whom amounted to f5,C32 30. Instead of ap-- 1 pointing men close to hand they aro sent across the State, In some instances making their milcago greater than tho per diem of thcir;iterm. Thero ought to bo some way to stop this drain NO on tho treasury. When tho regular! judge is responsible for the appoint- ment of n special Judge by reason being former counsel in a case, he. ought to be required to pay tho extra cost that such nppointment occasions. In other words, tho State ought not to pay two salaries when tho judge is disqualified by act of his own. Claims t Collections, WE COLLECT Wotes, JJccounts, and Claims Collected Jinyivhare In the United States. CHARGES MADE UNLESS WE COLLECT. WHERE OTHERS PAIL. Ki A JJ For You. jl ofjF'Al S COLLECTION agency. WOODSON MAY,:Mgr.. Somerset, - - - Kentucky. Auctioneer I FARM FOR SALE! My fnruiof Hncnsof ihmmI land, well Im proved. well watered hikI l.nottl. la or ml", from Htanfonl In It Is located mll the Mnvwnod section. lloue hiinslironin New barn ami other necessary outbulKltliRs. A imrgniu u sold m once. J. T I.IVINHMTtIV, It. K. I). So. I.HtuntorU, Ky There dreary Virginia is trying to ape her oldest daughter, Kentucky, by increasing the number of colonels that its new governor may appoint from 18 to 28. Here we believe the governor can appoint any number of colonels; at least every man is called a colonel, the only difference between the appointed and the being that the former has to buy his uniform and get no pay except that of admiring thousands when ho goes on dress parade. Besides, it is an inexpensive way to pay political debts to the egotists. gold-trimm- Huoh Cannon, the author of a num-ber of rag time songs, has been sent to HOME tho poor house at Detroit. Some of productions were "Goo Goo Eyes,") his One story cottnee of eight nil "Aint It a Shame?" etc In this caso nccessnrr oulbullilliiKs, Uitrooms nml on contains if Im'l tinrrl In nWMn thnt it wasn't a ncro, divided Into cow lotonwhlch frIs roomy litli.fr.. limit. itn.n ftrllt (lint shame, but retribution. The jail is tho gimleti spot. This Is'ndeslrnulenlAce, locnt- tn on corner oi nuuieynmi .Miner sirens. proper place for a man who inflicts A. II. IIOIVrZOhAW.Htnniord, Ky.: people. such music on a In New York State there are 1,810,- - SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGIin school at a cost of 909 children NEERING. The great work that is being done for the education of the coming I nm prepared todo nil kinds of surveying men and women ought to make the nnd civil ennlneerlna promptly. Mv work tilll bo uunrHiiteetl nnd my prices are Write me nt McKlnney or cnll me next decade or two the greatest in an over the telepbone through the lluitonvllle educational sense the world has ever Kxchnnge. WAtifRn McKINNEY. known. Morelnml, Ky., II. K. U. So. I North Pole controversy has subsided. Residence. Turnem Me, And now in tho calmness that has followed tho storm wo hope it will not bo out of order to say that wo do not believe that either Cook or Peaty reached the goal, and that the one is ns much I desire to sell nrlvntely my stock of Gro entitled to membership in the Ananias ceries nml llnrdwnre. iSolnc ii Rood busi ness, win invuico iiuoul i:,vo. uenson Club as tho other. 111 hcnlth. (1KO. D. HOl'I'Klt.HtnnfonlCKr. , consolation is some days in January, that is these I offer mr services to tho neonle of Lin that tho coln vounly lunti mictliuieer. Hntlifnrtlon unrniitewl. II. W. MCVt IIOIITKU, en Owing to an unprecedented good early Fall trade. We sized up pretty well again in Dec. Consequently our stock is in Stock of Merchandise for Sale. FARM FOR SALE OR RENT. Contnlni to acres, lxit tobacco land In the county, ISmllM from McKlnney. Will ellnr rent, fins two dwelllnus. one of four rooms nnd the other of two rooms. Two orchards of nearly 6n) trees. ToImicco lmrit that will hold Id acres of tobacco cheapest farm In Kentucky nt price. 1 BETTER CONDITION than usual at this season of the year to supply your needs. We have all kinds of FORSALEI McKlnney, Ky C. . IIKAWNKK, hn TRIBBLE & PENCE, Furniture nnd Undertaking. Day Phone 128. Night Phone 133. long-sufferi- I Stanford, KontucKy. from a baby's soft sole at 25c to a 20 inch high top FARM FORSALEI A No. 1 farm of 1M acres. House has four rooms nnd good cistern. There Is n good r ii nml abundance of slock water. This land Is about half Virgin oil, adapted to raising grass. bn, corn, wheat, oats, hemp and tobocco.nnd Isau in grass except moui art acres and Is on tnepiKe iienrgooutcnoois, churches and depot, and basn good urchnrd and outhouses. Lock Ilox 1CI, Htnnford, Kentucky. I The republican3(have only power a little over two years, and yet they have created a deficit of $500,000, which a democratic Legislature will have to provide for. The bill already introduced to issue bonds for the amount of $500,000 running 20 years and bear ing 4 per cent, interest will be passed in order to protect the credit of the democrat who State. The voted tho'republican ticket in 1907, or failed to go to the polls, ought to hire somebody to kick him the rest of Gov, WilUon's term. The Church Worker says the people of the UnitedJStates pay three millions of dollars more for chewing gum than for foreign missions. In either case they get mighty little for their money There is very little left for the heathen after those who handle the money get their share and what is more unsatis factory than to chew and chew and nev er swallow the morsel? in session three weeks and the Senate has succeeded in passing one bill. The House has none to its credit yet. The Senate bill passed was designed to make crimiin a large measure the conbeen in nals escape sequences of their crime. The Legislature has been Harry Jacobs, Penler In nnd Manufacturer of," shoe at $7.50, boys' and mens1 suits, J Overcoats, Raincoats, Slickers, suit gloves and hats at underwear, cases, 1 Marblo and Cranito Monu- ments, News comes from California that orange crop was damaged about by the cold spell, but as the tal of the whole crop is estimated $35,000,000, tho loss is just enough give the dealers an excuse to raise price. tho to- Markers nnd I'onti, Cemetery nnd iJiwn Vines and Hettees. Olll co and works, McKlnney, Ky. NOTICE! at to the REWARD. latches and tearing down and destroying my gates, on the county rond Unit runs through my farm, I bnvu concluded to offer n rewunl fur Information lending to tbe conviction of such person or persons. I for Inforwill therefore glu tho sum of mation lending to tho nrrestnud conviction of nny party or parties, that hate- broken the latches on any of my gates.ur that have sawed do nor torn do n any of my gates on the county rond which runs from the Hustonvllle turnpike to tbe .Mllledgetlllo turnpike, through my farm ;nnd I will give the same amount for Information leading to the arrest nnd conviction of any purty or parties who In the future commit any of the alm oltenses.hand this 10th day of August, Witness my MM. T.J. HIM., Hit. suffered considerable nnnoynnce and dnmnRo from oulluwu. In breitklnK Kte lint Ing The ancients had an old saying that "the blackest month in all the year is month of Jani veer." The present has lived up to its reputation and made us e fellows believe that those knew a thing or two themselves. old-tim- Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns in the West End In- H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. S3 O. L. Penny K. 11. Cofley surance Agency. Get your policies written right in a good company by W.J.CAMPBELL, Huston ville, Ky. f K. R. Coleman We hardly suppose that regarding the greatly increased cost of every g man though thing that the a fool republican will deny now that tariff is a tax. way-farin- apiece to electrocute six criminals in New Jersey last factorily. year. A gallows and a rope wouldn't POLITICAL. have cost over $30 and both could have done for all six. Our Legislature which The fortifications appropropriation has a bill before it providing for elec- bill carrying J5.817.200 was passed by trocution, should go bIow. The old- - the Senate. fashioned hanging is good enough for By a viva voce vote the Mann "White Kentucky murderers. Slave" bill was passed by tho House Los Angeles comes to the front with practically as introduced by Mr. Mann. In the absence of a man of God to a wife who has increased.'and multiplied to the extent of 12 children at four open the Senate, President W. H. Cox births. Two sets of twins, two of trip- offered up a devout prayer and business lets and one of quadruplets made up the proceeded. Tho Kentucky House of Representa number. Poor woman, she is doing her best to set a good example, but alas, it tives passed a resplution ratifying the will not be followed by those determin- income tax amendment to tho United States Constitution. The vote was 69 ed on race suicide! It cost nearly $2,000 people eating no meat and the observers of Lent es chewing its use, a boycott againBt tho meat trust ought to result most satis- With the rest of the r i Void Persistent Coughs and Colds. Sold under a Guaran- tec at m fi i Carload Of. Fresh Lime TUST RECEIVED. The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil, is a most W Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and pQ jXj Strength. It is Especially Useful For ,D $ i m rt m PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. 8 flV to 7. It is reported from Washington that Mr. Roosevelt will accept a seat in the next Congress on condition that he will , Canbe given the speakership. non and others were nil Czars in their day, but the rule of Roosevelt would put them all into eclipse. He would lay aside his big stick and rule with an iron rod instead. Ik-id- When Lud Petty takes chargo of tho Louisville internal revenue district next Tuesday. all the employes of his office will give him tho glad hand, for it is stated at the Civil Service Commission that tho new collector can not oust a W. H. HICGJNS, SSB&S&S&S&S&B&EBE3 Stanford, Kentucky. I American Wire Fence. i single "Craftite." From tho chief deputy down the offices aro under civil service. Danville Advocate prints under tho large lin "POSTED" the names of a number of prominent citizens of Boyle county. As there is no explanation for it, we cannot imagine what the gentlemen and the several ladicu composing the list have been doing to demand such drastic treatment. The We are glad to note that our friend, Geo. M. Davison, moy bo retained as Assistant District Attorney, His record is absolutely so flawless that if he is turned down it will simply be to make room for a more dependable henchman, certainly not for a better fied man. quali- i Ik the sulfragettes will promise to change tho fashion of buttoning dresses behind they might get more married men to join their crusade. However, IN NEIGHBORING C0UNTIES.3 when women get the right to vote that MR. FARMER: Make your homo us modern for your family ns a city M. 1. Hamilton has been uppointed will cut no figure. They will immediresidence, mid pluco youreclHu u position to get tho latest market ijuotutioua postmaster ut Alcade, In Pulaski coun- at nny time. This can bo ncconiiiielicl hy means of our telephono service, ately don the pantaloons. ty llll mil orwl ... I. Ditinll 4H.it lll II 11(1 trull ii iilislilintw n. t nni r.iH b" "' ullm " la """ m wi " Pulaski county has the io boncfiu"'" ""', Ouit friend, M. G. CoUton, of Pulasajliltvss our nearest oflico or wnto direct to reccivwl, Call or . ki, is one of the many to introduce a 2b?cco" nir..n.itf NobWlIo, Temi.,rfor information residing our special "Far- . headquarter., bill tq repeal thoidog tax. Ho ought to ..Jmpr',L',10"-aUIf you are not ut present: enjoying telephone service, we . be the last man to want it repealed. If Southern market in Danville this week. cau ,mnie(llllt1y, interest you. Our Hue cover tho Stated of Kentucky, it is, he will have more dogs to bark at Uearuaiey wilhoit bought live horses In icnuessee, iuissibsippi, Louisiana nou portlou of Indiana 'and him when ho goes electioneering next Perryvllle and Herrodsburg for 1800. Illinois. EASt TENNESSER TEL. & TEL. CO. ' time. AUvoccie. (IKCOUrOBATIW) J. T. WHITE, Scc'y. W. 8. FISH, Treus. Senator R. L. Hubble has Introduced It. II. MAHOXEY, Prcs. an act to require all lifo insuranco companies doing business in Kentucky to invest 75 per cent, of their securities in Kentucky property. The Insurance Commissioner is empowered to reduce the amount for sufficient reasons, but such amount must be invested in Gov ernment bonds. Looking to the abolition of the "white slave" traffic in Kentucky, a bill was introduced in the House by RepresentaFarmx, houses and lots for rent, tale or exchange, Fcrwrw (Inuring quick tive W, L. Shearer, of Monticello, maksales or purchase iu realty of all kinds. Call ou or ing the offense of entiqing young girls write us nt STANFORD, KY. a criminal one, and fixing tho penalty nr tmnrlnnmnpnt nml n henvv flnn Tha bill goes into detail concerning trafiic , am In tmnmv tunmon find Uvptiva t VVCijr i III JUiiUh vwiW uu fin nil H phase of the business. There is hardly a doubt that it will pass both Houses, ' Th( Citizens Realty and Title Co i GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. jfromptness and Keasonablc Commissions OurJSpecialty. 'Phone 200. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Dealer in and Dressed Poultry, Eggs, Ice, Coal, vvuui, niuca, ruis, oau, Lime, Uin seng and Feathers. PHONE 35, LANCASTER, KY. -:- - RUHAL TELEPHONES. nrVivi,wwi ,. ThJ.,.flumin 'T "" "l" BRA.N0II HOUSE: STANFORD, V - f KY., Thurnmn K. Tudor, Mgr. Telenlcue Ns. 153. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford 3 3c 250 yards Hamburg Edge and Imcrtiona. With the Fact Staring You in the Face . 98c For a Bolt of Long Cloth, 5c fiOO yarcla Hamburg Edge nnd Insertion. Sonic convent pattern, ot. 10c 19c Flouncing; very howy and pretty, regular price high nnd nny nrticlo wo offer yon (in which cotton goes into tho construction) can't bo produced nt any ways nenr the snmo price; in thin you ahould be up nnd doing to take advantage of thcro tpccial January offcringa. is Tlml Cotton 10c For all Color nnd White Linen finish Suitings , faBt colors. ut ' 10c For n Holt ' 8 inclioa wide. 1,000 yard Hamburg Edge nnd Insertion; inclinlgen chowy pnttcrn, 0 to AIo net clltet. IW of 0 yards Tortcliou Lace. 35c For n fine .'500 yuN lfi-iiic- to flfic French Nninsook, SEVERANCE - The Interior Journal. 8tanfo.ii, Ky., - Jan. . So MB great Roller Skates When you want bargains try tho on Claihorno Walton. Country Store. W. W. White, Prop. Found, in Walton's Opera House, a Call nt this office for Lh. 1010 boy's Mcintosh. it. TllR depot at Rowland Is being movbargain in box paper are bcinir cloned out to mnkii room for now ed to near whero tho Stanford & Crab stock at l'enny'a Drug Store Orchard pike crosses tho L. ft N. track. m m $30,-OU- 0. II. II. IJUtCheson. hrntrinr nf W Hutcheson, cashier of tho Citizens Hank ot Urodhead, was elected cashier in tho Interior or For RRNT.-Off- ico the Franklin Rank of Louisville. Journal building. Apply at thia John Devejian, a fashionablo woman tailor of 4th St., Louisville, eloped with If you nro looking for fresh oysters his stenographer, Mildred Loche, n and celery go to J. D. Horton'a restau- daughter i.f his iceman. They started on a C.000 inllo journey to the Orient. rant. 1 & SON. '..- ntt per pair. STANFORD KY. L. II. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin lai Ii I The Hindmon Women's Christian Tomperanco Settlement school, of t rrffc-- i"i. ' , i isu siur KU Hindman, , Knott county, has burned again, making the third time theachool Hides ami haa burned. Tho origin of tho fire is Wool unknown. Tho losa is about $25,000. Fetthcrs, Tallow, Bosstru, Cinienjj, ' Misses Liccie Beazley and Sara Baugh-maGolden ScaUYtDowKooO, M'x .pple. Indianapolis, caino homo thia week to of this place, are associated with Wild Clngrr. etc fe 're dealrrss Those present had a most enjoyable the school. attend tho funoral of her grandfather, "tiltiW In 856 "Ortt bu. century io timo at tho elegant dinner Mr. M. T. Russell. LtsiiTiBe" sod tu do better (cr yea liaa Bargains Land. Wo srsts or cmuBuaoa omtcKsus. RJnrsn, Mrs. Vic Owens Is visitinc her moth- given by Mr. and Mra. A. R. Spears, of small tracts in unimproved have threo of land for sale r Bui ia LouiniSe. Wriis for wVly husband tho Morcland aection, in honor of acver at Junction City, while her poie li'l snd irinui us. at a bargain one tract of 2i acres, anIs taking a prospecting tour in Virginia! cral of their friends a fow days since. to. Sabbl t& Sons, of 18 acres, another of 13 acres. Tho dining room waa tastily decorated other and West Virginia. 229 E. Mtrlet St. LOUISVILLE. KY. Joneaboro, Tenn., and tho immenao tnblo almost groaned All well located, lie well and good land. News cornea from Can givo possession at once. Will sell that another littlo daughter has arrived under the weight of good things. ono tract or all. Terms to suit pur. tkHIAArfv, 60 YEARS to blesa the union of Mr. and Mra. C. Mr. W. P. Kincaid baa bought over chaser. Apply to Hughes & Swine-broaE. Cox. Thla makes the aixth. Lancaster, Ky. T. K. Tudor, who accompanied his 1,300,000 pounda of tobacco in this coun, !. parents to their new homo at Foyette, ty thla year, and it ia coming in rapid posiHanded us a Lemon. Mr. ValenIII., has returned nnd reaumed hla ly Ho hasaboutOJ.OJJ poinds in hia tion with II. B. Norlhcott, tho poultry tino Fagaley, of tho Southern End, y several warehouse! here and very man. brought us a largo lemon of his own well Insured. He has purhaa it Mr. J. A Hollas, who moved to raising yesterday that weighed two Trade Marks Oklahoma, after making this county an chased about as much tobacco in Garpounds and two ounces. It ia 18 Inches Designs excellent citizen for acvcral years, has rard and Madison as he has hero. Copyrights Ac. in circumference and looks almost as moved back to thla aection nnd writes Anronfl sumtnff a sketrb and description miy opinion fre bather na to chance his I. J. to Eubanka, R. J. II. Shore & Co., who bought of big as a pumpkin. It is on exhibition (nilcklr crtln our rsleiitiihle Conimualra.an Intention Uprobsblr F. D. No. 1. lloiiMtrlctirconnileiitUl. HANDBOOK J. S. Murphy his farm 2 miles thia aide In tho Lincoln County National Bank snt free. Oldest aiiencr for securing' onl'ateuts patents. I'atents taken tnniuirti Itunu A Co. mcelie of Iluatonvlile a year ago and recently office. Stop In and seo it. tprrtalnufk,, without cbarse, In tbs LOCALS. sold It back to him, will have a aale of I have bought tho stock of groceries top bug- - their personalty next Friday, Fob. 4th. For Sale. A second-hanof J. M. Phillips, on East Main street, A Yiandtomelv lUnttrAltM wMklr. T.rreit olr- They will diaposo of eight fine, large gy. This office. rulatluu of any nntltl9 Journal. I'nnns. f.l and will closo out the present stock nt reari fourruontbs. IL Jbjull i.wtjralcn. mules, 900 balea of Timothy hay, 200 a reduced prices. I havo bought so I MUNN&Co.30'c'""NewYoi1f oystcra, celery, cranberries Fisii,; barrels of corn, farming implements, con Branch OBco. OSS V PL Wasbliuton. V. U soil lots of tho stock at and below Saturday. Geo. II. Farris. 20,000 tobacco sticks, etc. See adver cost and will do so. Call and aeo for Piano for Sale. Square variety. tisement. yourself, as I am going to sell these ! Will sell cheap. Apply at thia office Baroain. 267 0 aero farm about goods ao I can put in a new stock. Sale Uahoney five miles from town, on good pike, I will commence to day, Friday. Terms Read tho advertisement of E. J. Young. Having recently told kackour 'arm on the & Flab, the insurance men. They can mile from school, church and store, cash to everyone. niauiorii iiuu uuslouvilie DlLo, miles 100 acres fine tobacco land. Nine room interest you. from llustonxllle. ui -- ." v :.; The Stanford establish ueviueu .iu return In .I.h. Murnhv. .: t.nvo ...i.i.... brick residence, a t ii crib, shed IO . drill Uliroilllll lltlU we will on If you want good treatment, try the granary, silo, barns, etc. Fencing ment of S. Goldstein Is to bo closed coiue(Uently W. W. good and place well watered. Nino and the stock sold at auction, closed Country Storo thia year. Friday, February 4th, J910, Whlto, Prop. apringa, cement troughs, out entirely. Lone circulating rumors (or the IiIrIi dollar, all ot our rersoual-t- y etc. In a splendid neighborhood. Stan- about tho impending liquidation of tho Hell consisting o Three suites of rooms in tho Odd ford Roal Estate Co. and reputed firm of S. Feljdvvs' building for rent. Apply to Goldstein has been alllrmcd by his an Four Fine Teams of Mules, Ed Wilkinson. Russell. Mr. Martin Russell, aged nouncement that ho Is to havo an auc All lit hands lilli and ouug and sound mul fat, Willi KOutl uelKUt. hImi m The Ladies' Aid will meet in the 85, died at his homo at Millcdgevillo at tion sale of hla stock. Tho news has sheep rattle, and horses. All of our Kiirmlng Im1 o'clock Sunday morning. Messrs. M created a stir In local business circles, lecture room of thu Christian church at plements, which are good tiud uw. Inning A, Russell, of tho and although long expected, camo as a Ihh'ii used only one season. Ono brand, new S. Russell nnd A. 2 I. M., Saturday. Ileum innehloe. set. m m West End, and Mra. R. 11. McAntnch, shock to tho many friends and custom-er- a tors, cultlwitms. lieerlniz make, tfitmiu'ii llnr-roTurning plows, lilw ,S good wagons, and iniiiiyotlierthtiigs R. G. Jones haa opened a butcher of Middlcburg, are left to mourn tho Mr. S. Goldstein In Stanford too numerous to of mention. A Unit shoo In his storo near tho depot. Emil loss of a good and indulgent father. It Is reported that Mr. Goldstein is in Grccncberg will cut for him. Ilia wifo died about 13 yeara ago. Af- a bad way financially and is forced to 900 Bales Good Timothy Hay, ITT cost n.Doui -- uu oarreis worn, nt once. Must ter funeral services at his late homo by sell his stock ut about ono-haJou printer wanted Rev. W. G. Montgomery at 3 o'clock price in oruer to raiso money to pay bb ablo to feed a cylinder press and do Monday evening, his remains were Alwut Wto tobacco sticks, and about A0 laid creditors. This event, which starts on uorei oi uuiup. nil kinds of job printing. This office. Hale to begin promptly at U A m, Terms to rest by her aide In llustonvillo cem- Wednesday, Feb, 2, at 9 A. M.. un muds knowu ouohv ol wile Will veil with. Hon. Harvey Helm haa asked the etery. Deceased was a devout mem- doubfedly Will bo welcomed by tW buy- out reserve finimlt IkuVt forgot that this department to establish an ber of the Christian church up to'about ing public, as they will save dollars up stull goes whetherJ.the ground hov Mies Ills shadow or not. I'.CHANDLKIl, Auct offlco at Gum Sulphur, Rockcastle :oun-t- two years ago, when he joined tho on dollars on their Spring purchases. H. SHORE cn CO. Saints of the Church of God. Thousands aro expected to attend. It will probably be done. Wanted, to buy n good Lincoln counPERSONALS. ty farm of tho valuo of 120,000 to Hays la improving. Miss Kmma Address Lock Uox 201, Stanford, Mits. W. K. SuuaARS la truito alck. Ky. V. S. Wakren continues very Mrs. Staiile For Rent -- Hasthreostalls, low. Jack O. Hum was In Louisville yes- loft, etc. Located on atrect and convenient for uso. Mra. L. R. Cook, terday. William Moiiley, Jr , is III of ty- Stanford. phoid fover. The Woman's Foreign Missionary SoMr. K. Conn, of Uoylc, passed thro' ciety of tho Methodist 'church will meet to Richmond Wednesday. Friday, with Mra. II. C. Ruplcy Miss Mildred Cosuy, of Danville. Is at 2:30 V. M. the tjucat of Mlsa Kcssio Hill. Mrs. Ellen I'oon. of tancastcr, took 'The young peoplo are giving onjoya-bi- o hops at Walton's Opera House each Wednesday's train for Knoxvllle. Miss Irene Romans, of Lancaster, Friday night. The one tonight will bo the fourth of tho series. was tho guest of Miss Lottie Carson. C. Uailey, of Crab Orchard, Mrs. J. Talk with mo before buying a typespent a few day with Mrs. C K. Tate. writer, and aco samplo at my homo. T. Mrs. W. K. Warner and littlo aon, A. Urackett, local agent for Standard Lewis, aro with her parents in Gar- Typewriter Exchange, New York. rard. Is MRS. A. II. KLKIN, of Louisville, Sold Out. 1 havo sold my stock of vliitlnir her dnuchtor. Mrs. It. M. New- - groceries and insist on all who owe me an account to please call and settle so land. Mr. Rodert Elkin, of Lancaster, is I can straighten up my business nt vlsitlnc the family of Mr, O. I. Huff- once.. Respectfully, J. M. Phillips. man. The following merchants will close Mr. O. W SHUCARS.of Indianapolis their business houses at G i. M , beginMr. W. K. visited his brother. ning February 1st.: Severance & Son, McRoborts, Hughes, Martin & HUFFMAN la with her II. J. Miss Kittie Jr., in Co., Sam Robinson, Cummins & l..r Mm. J. C. Carncnter. tho Eaat End. Mrs. MattieO. Milton, of LouisThe young people of the Christian ville. I tho Ruest of her cousin, Mrs. church at Crab Orchard will havo n canJ. V. Ireland. dy pulling at tho Gover Hotel in that Jupnt: W. L. Dawson, carrier on No. city Friday. Tho proceeds 2 Route, is back nt his duties, after a will go to tho church. Everybody Inprotracted illness. vited. Mr. F.Mtr.in and dauRhtcr, Miss MaJ. M. PlllLLll'3 has sold his atock of ry Reid, will leave in a few days for groceries to Everett J. Young, who has Advocate. Florida. been conducting a storo in tho High Miss Jennie Hicgins, School of Garrnrd, was tho guest of land section. Mr. Phillips will devote his entire nttention to the concreting Miaa Minnie Woods. Miss Lena NAriF.H.of Crab Orchard, business. la visiting her cousin. Mrs. Russell Our good friend, Mr. M. S. Baugh- Dyche, London Sentenel. man, realizing me mgn price ot meat Mr. H. C. LeComitf. and wife have nnd our fondness for tho article, sent returned to Frankfort after a visit to ua in a 75 pound hog with hia complibcr father, Mr. Cicero Reynolds. ments thu other day. Thia gift will aid Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Douglas, of us in our fight on the meat trusts. Super-Intendent o You will find high grado goods ways at tho Country Store. W. White, Prop. ... 20 Per Cent. 20 per cent, and sizes. tion oh" on Off. Wc havo Will them i FOR SALE estaijhed. I For Sale Good Whitley avenue. once. This office. building lot on nmltrnili) Bargain if sold at Htock of general merchandised Huston-vlll- u on .Main Ntreet. Will known (land nny Shoe in our house. Wrlto lor pnrlluu-lrtV.II.Moiuki o Jlus'oiullle. in Tuns, Pntcntc, Vicis, Ox Blood, Gun Metal, Etc. All stylen Ky. Top in Gray, Blue, Green, Black, Etc. For Sale. A pair of mules, ness maro and a Jcraey cow. Hughes, Stanford. a har-- J. J. BELDEN, nlo asll any Oxfords nt exactly cost. This is strictly n cash proposi- R. Fortiouac.cnrrlngnnnU sign pnlntlnedeco' niiiTw paper hanging; alto litiRKy of all klniUiucli an top reroi-rei- l trlniinlni; nml txoH Hindu. HtonotT.Mi1rliU-i.'- . curtains l,inLEgos havo dropped to 25e per do- (iiillhihnp Vnt .Main ut HlanforU Ky., . ....... ...v .,,. zencheaper eating than meat nt tho J J. HKLDKN. present trust prices. We also have a nice line of Shirts, Tien, Etc., for men. Aleo represent two of the best Tailoring concerns in the country and guarantee Fit, Quality and Price. FOR The Interior-Journa- l wants a good correspondent at Crab Orchard None Uovit Hotel, at ('nil, Orchard, alio itore-rooJust ncrnsi tn d, with post olllce but thosb who know a news item when and n cottage or ofllce ol three they aeo it need npply. iuuiiii. ah ouiimuuinga. SALE I All parties having claims against the estate of Dr. L. H. Cook are dlrerml to present them properly verified to my attorney, P. M. McRoberts, ot oncu Mrs. L. li. Cook, administratrix. MlW.OlUlTIrHlOVKIt. t'rnli Orchard, Ky, HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., CLEMENS HOTEL J. L. Klkin, Pror., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. W. W. White now calls his place of DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. business "Tho Country Storo" and by tho way you will always find a bunch of Large, Commerctnl customers, both town and country peo- trailersnlry outsldu rooms. rnt s by I a specialty. wcelc ple, taking advantage of the bargains or month. The proprietor Is n former Lincoln county man nnd his friends should ho is giving. hlni hen stopping In Ills town. .. The Citizens Realty andTitlo Co , R. B. Mohony, president; J. T. White, secretary, and W. S. Fish, treasurer, begins an advertisement with us this issue. Read it and if you have property of any kind to dispose of seo them for terms, etc. They will treat vou right. Circuit Court begins the third Monday in Februnry, but up to dato no arrangements have been made for a place to noid it, ino Udd rcllow8. wo are told, declino to rent their room for court purposes again nnd tho courthouse will not be ready by that timo. The Great Texas Panhandle. ltlcli land Is the hntUof nil wealth. Th safest Investment nnd the surest money milker. Is rich farming land. Clod Is stlil retting on the "suwntu day." He Is not making nny more land. The Texas Is the last of the rich, land for settlement 111 this country. levl Fortunes wilt Iw madoon the advance. In price on these lands In the neit few years. Home seekers III go no further when they ken It. Hwlsb-e- r county Is the garden sot nnd "pride of the plains." The tiest watered and the rich est laiiu, no clearing or griitiblng. no Moods or cyclones. High altitude, delightful climate. A proen wheat country. First lirlie awarded our wheat and onts nt the u'oru nsuouaiFor free reposition at Omaha, Nebraska. Illustrated Ihhis let, address Hamburg Specials. We have gone through our line of ,.. jfFURS JAMKHKllYK.HBCTCLlAtViMMlH. CIAI. CM II. Tulla,r)villier County Texas. Hamburg's And picked out all of the short pieces and those which are slightly soiled wo have marked them below cost in order to ruovo them, out before our new stock arrives. txtiiy. ft xmi . W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. m d, sMHHEXPERIENCE MS. Tinrjing, Plumbing, Heatirjg. Don't let 1010 pass without having house with a beautiful white hot and cold water through yowr v sen-aibl- d scientific iimencnih Porcelain Bath Outfit. Have W. K. WARNER to iuelall your rcawjnahle prices and guarantee. We also carry iu stock Roofing Paints. Call and sec us. country water worku witii FORCE AND CISTERN TUMI'S; Roeliug an! PUBLIC SALE v-..-.. W. K. W. L. SrCARTY.Prcs. E. C. WALTON, WARNER, 240-barr- well-know- n Stanford, Hy, L. R. IIUGIIES.8. AT never-fallin- g well-know- n Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford, Kontuclly. ' , m lf Farms and Town Property Handled on Couiiuuioii. Stocky and Ilonds iold. Ii you Havo Property to Bell or Rent Notify Uo. Write for Circular to f post-ofllc- o y. J. L. R. HUGHES Secretary, Stanford, Ky. i: CHURCH MATTERS. FARMER'S DEPARTMBHT. W. E. The Presbyterian church, at Burn- Flty Rood owes for salo. sido was slightly damaged by fire. Mom, Lancaster. New Liven. Rev. B. F. Swindler, of Kccne, Jes B. D. Carter bought of Walter WarJkdertdintht Pott-- fit M Stanford at samine county, has accepted n call to Depot Street, timnd-tlaren a lot of corn at $3 10 at tho crib. matter. At a meeting of Bourbon county wool tho Baptist Church at Sharpsburg. Phone 00. growers tho wool clip from 1,000 sheep Rev. W. J. Levi has closed a great & N. meeting at Tramblo Creek church, was pooled. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. No. 11. Houth, 11 iKl r. m. Senator R. L. Hubblc'a good horse, Green county. There wcro 75 convcr- No. tVHouth, 10:M A M. No. Jt,'North,:W A. M. T. M. Green, won a $500 purse at Tam- tions and 50 accepted Into the church. No. , North, AI4U p. M. No. 77, lOiWA. M. Adair News. pa, Fla., a few days ago. No.M,J:WP. M. 11. S. Scuddcr sold to Holland, of A meeting held at Hawk Creek re stallion, cently by Rev. F. M. Jones resulted In Springfield, Mo., his JOS. 8. RICE, Agont. 16 additions to tho Baptist church. The Chester Pcavlne, for $1,800. J. D. Shoro & Co. sold to B. D. meeting held at Pleasant Point church Iloltzclaw a pair of mules for $500 and near Elvira, conducted by Revs. Geo. W. Clark, of Paris, W. T. Bryant and ti J. O. Bogle a pair for $450. Surgoon Dontlat, Fort Sale. Two coming others, resulted in 33 additions to tho mules and two coming Baptist church. Thirty-twwere bap STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Josiah Anderson, Stanford, R. tiscd last Friday. London Democrat. Ofloe over McRoberts' Drug Store In F. D. No. 4. Tho ilethodist church, which has the Owsley Building. James N. Cash raised 105,000 pounds been closed for some time for repairs, of tobacco. Ho sold a portion of It at was reopened last Sunday. Tho work Danville and the balance here. It av was directed by a judicious committee, MASON'S craged him about 14c. assisted by the pastor and his wife, nnd Dr. J. H. Grady sold his saddle horse the results are very satisfactory to both Lodge No. SO H.A A.M. will meet to A. W. Pedigo for $200. C. R, the congregation and the general pubJn stilted communication on eiich lint nnd third Monday nights of encli month, at lit) Hoysesold A. W. Pedigo a pair of lic The house has been decorated, all b'ciock in uieir nixu on main sirveei, ninn mules, for $390. Adair News. tho furnlturo and woodwork varnished, fonl.Kjr. Members of sister lodges n re carInvited to bo present. T. V. John L. Helm & Son have sold to and a new carpet put down, bo that tho Hoc Sam Bell, of Glcndale, 03 export cattle interior has the appearance of a new ate up-to-daverage at 5J c. havo roof Stock. pjunds. The cattle will dispatch. 1,400 building. Thoalso. and exterior Bcldcn Fall Elizabethtown Mr. J. J. been painted, of Hare your mensuro tnkeirbrTtnllor of Tho directors of tho Kentucky Rac executed tho work In a most satisfactoThen your clothes, w hethern low prlc business suit or the linen evening Iig Association have decided to ask the ry manner. The parsonage likewise has clothes, will have thnt Individuality and lit which plainly Indicate they were made to Stato Racing Commission for April 30 received marked, attention; two coats yonr measure. I will also take your mens-ar- e to May 7 inclusive for 'dates for their of paint on the outside, two rooms pafor extra trousers, fancy est, top coats' and overcoats. Knll and winter spring meeting. pered, new grates, the library floor samples on band ready for your Inspection. The Census Bureau reports the num grained and the woodwork painted and H.O.nUPUCY.TheTalloo Stanford, Ky. ber of bales of cotton ginned from the material on the ground for u new roof. growth of 1909 to January 1C, 1910, was The congregation is to be congratulatCUT FLOWERS FOB SALE! , f 9,792.990 bales, as compared with ed on its success. bales for the year 1903. 1 can furnish the public with the best, as The union anniversary services held well as the freshest of cut flowers, plants of There came to my place about Dec. at the Presbyterian church of the all kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short Also make a specialty of wreaths 15 a boar hog. Not marked except his aotlce. birth of the babe born in a manger Jor for funeral purposes. In connection with the above, I have all tall its cut close. Owner can get him in Bethlehem in the days of Herod kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable by paying 50c for this notice and his -prices. tho King, over 1900 years ago, were Weekly OIIKIBTMAN (1KKRN HOUHEH. keep. D. Broughton, Crab Orchard. the most interesting, because of the KnUniiiiAiti), 1'koh. d wagon team beautiful and appropriate songs, the I have an Stanford, Ky. AND wagon instructive addresses and the notably Also a for sale. tnsum .Tobacco and Tobacco horse for sale; or I will trade him for a close attention of the congregation good driving horse. This horse will that filled the building, that the larnt. weigh about 1,100 ami a good one B. writer has ever attended. Rev. Nothing But Insurance. D. Carter. Homer Carpenter, alwaya eloquent and BOTH ONE YEAR FOR The Colored Fair Association, of Lex graceful he is really a pulpit orator-t- old D. ington, is, from reports, in greater de an old church in England In about The Insurance Man, mand than Standard Oil stock, as three which there is a wooden statue of JeSTANFORD, KY. shares of $10 each, when placed under sus Christ, with the hand axtended and Residence I'hone 8S; Office, SS. the hammer of the Master Commis s in it, through which the Few people In the United States bre not Insure with me and be fully sioner, brought $245. AS each of the members let fall the contributions for l. Democratic protected. shares brought $81.60, it is slightly bet the support of the gospel. The illus- heard of the In all things, fair In all things, clean In all ter than 800 per cent, which is about tration was beautiful, related in his in- things, It Is essentially a family paper. Hj teresting way. The several solos by a special arrangement we are enabled to of Bakcain. 354 acres of good land, of ladies, each having words in some way fer the WEEKLY L one which 100 acrea is bottom land, eight referring to the birth and crucifixion of year and this paper for the price named "We are In position to do all kinds of con- - room dwelling, two good stock barns, the were inspiring to every abore. Bend your subscription for the comarreting, such as mock Work, Pavements new tobacco barn, 36x96, ice house, bination to us not tc the Oourler-Jau- r attentive ear. Shelbyvillo Sentinel. and. in fact, we can make nny thing from r house down to a fence post. We can serve buggy house, two corn cribs, etc., two you promptly and guarantee work and material. Call and get our prices good cisterns, the whole farm being well watered, well fenced and lays wiwo juu uuy uur lunbenui ut jeasi. well. Will sell as a whole or cut 200 acres with Improvements, to suit pur chaser, which includes 100 acres as fine Stanford, Ky. Kentucky. Of bottom land as there is in the county. This is a bargain. See L. R. Hughes, ' Stanford, Ky. Reb Goddard, of Harrodsburg, own er of the great harness stallion. Red Leaf, told us at Lancaster Monday that he had decided to sell the grand old fellow at the sales in Lexington in February. This will be a good chance S: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT- W.'.M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, for some Lincoln county man to make J. B. PAXTON, J- - W- - ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH money. Red Leaf has sired a number H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER of fine colts In this county and for years HVYS FOSTER. CLERK. has had a liberal patronage. He sired DIREOTORSt one of the greatest trotters Ben Hur, All kinds of INSURANCE on all the world ever produced, and also is J. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Sun ford John B. Foster, Stanford; W. H. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Rankinds of property. Only the largthe a ire. of five pairs of geldings and kin, Lancaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; W. II. Traylor, mares that brought $12,000. est companies represented. Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. Rateajts low as can be kx MATRIMONIAL? H. Cummins, Preachereville; Lilburn had anywhere. Gooch, Gilberts Creek. Editor E. B. Smith, of the Richmond few Pantagraph, was Stanford, Ky., Phone 200. ago to Miss Hattiemarried aformerlydays Doty, of Lancaster. Clarence Coons, aged 19, and Miss Ethel Alfray, 17, both-o- f Mt. Sterling, who tried and failed to get a license in STANFORD, KENTUCKY Ironton, O., after eloping, were forgiven when they returned home, and were married. ORGANIZED IN 1882. Mr. Walter N. Fowle and Mrs. Lula CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. Allen Cormney were married at the SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. home of the bride's parents, Mr. and HASJPAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Mrs. John A. Allen at 7:30 Wednesday evening. It was a very quiet affair, none but the immediate members of the Combines AbsoluteSafety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety EJfUndertacera and Embalm families being present. Rev. J. J. Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. Dickey, said the ceremony, which was Deposit an. Also Dealers in Fur- most impressive. After the wedding Biture,JMattingg,Rug8. They Mr. and Mrs. Fowle drove to his home, will exchange Furniture for DIRECTORS. OFFICERS. Rose Cottage, near Rowland, and are mil fcnds of Block. Give K. Reid, ), II. Baughman, there now to their many friends. The I. S. Hocker, President; M D. Elmore, Them a Call. Prices Right. J. M. Pettus. groom is a splendid business man and a S, T. Harris, II. C. Uaugbman, . F. Cummins, fine gentleman. He stands high as a John J.McKobertJ, Cashier; S. T. Harris, no. C. Roblnwa, STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. citizen and is an officer in the Chris II. C. Baughman, Assl. Cash'r W. O O'Bannon ). S. Hocker, church. For a number of years tian C. K. Tata. W.W. Saunders, llookkeeper. he has successfully conducted a coal Theyntcrior Journal. 0 M B. D. CARTER, We Undersell Everybody. -- f.r4"f L. TIME THBLE A. S. PRICE, Dinwiddie & Below Cost I ! OFFER MY ENTIRE OF ld three-year-old- o Co., Clothing, Shoes, Ladies' and Gent's Furnishings. ' 15 MEET. Hustonville, Ky., . Undertakers and Embalmers. We Cravanettes. 8l!2 OS 11 18 820 00 Crnvancttw 18 00 " .and iWinten, ry an goods. line 00 1.1 00 12 00 " ,J " 0 48 8 48 7 08 810 00 Overcoats. 820 Overcoat 18 HENRY WATTERSON'S PAPER 15 12 10 8 0 5 ' 50 ' " " - 50 " 00 " 00 " A 00 " ;i 00 ' . 2 50 " , . '0 : i OS 7 78 (1 08 IS 5 78 .'I 08 18 2 08 - 28 1 70 Courier Journal Men's Suits of Best Make. 825 00 Men's Suits 22 50 " " 20 00 18 00 " 15 00 13 50 " 12 50 ' 10 00 " 0 00 " 8 00 " 7 60 ' 0 00 5 00 " 81(5 08 1G 18 12 18 11 03 8 18 " eight-year-ol- The Interior Journal - Jesse Wearen, 7 08 7 18 0 48 5 4 18 ONLY $1.50. Courier-JournaCOUIltER-OUKNA- 4 08 nail-print- 58 08 2 03 Boy's Suits. 88 7 0 5 1 CONCRETING first-cla- record-breakin- g God-ma- .'I PHILLIPS BROS., Cbc Lincoln County national Bank Stanford, 2 2 Straight and Knickcrlmckcr Pants. 00 UoyV SuiU " 48 " 50 " 00 " 00 ' " 00 ' 50 . " 00 85 48 4 08 4 48 :i 48 2 78 2 28 1 48 08 82 08 2 78 Hats. Largest Stock in Town. 84 00 11 John R. Stetson Hats Ndiioney m fisli, Capital, Surplus, Resources, $5O,O0O.00 43.000.O0 340,000.00 50 :t 00 Hats 2 50 " 2 00 " 1 50 " 1 00 " " ' 2 28 1 08 1 48 08 78 Insurance and Real Estate. Men's Cashmere and Worsted Pants DuchcM $5 00 4 00 " " " " Troucr. 3 01 3 28 i fi8 2 10 1 3 50 ' 3 00 " 2 50 2 00 1 50 " BOYS' PANTS. 25c quality 10c. ii " " " 1 08 48 OK Straight and Knickerlocker, 1 c to 8l703T HEAVY FLEECED UNDERWEAR. 50c iua(ity 38c. J.L.Beazley&Co., FIRST NATIONAL BANK, All Shoes Go Below Cost. Patent, Vici, Velem and Gun Metal. 85 shoes at 8'3.38. 4.00 Shoes at 320. 3.50 ahees at 2.78. 3.00 ehocu at 2.28. 2.50 shoes at 1.08. 2.00 ghoen at 1.08. 1.50 shoes at 1.10. 4 00 Felts 3 60 " The "Ball Band" Felts 3 40 2 08 2 4S 1 3 00 2 50 2 25 2 00 1 " " 08 83 08 48 Rubbers Iluobera-,'H- all Band 1 1 1 75 Saturday, Ian. 15 Thirty Days Days. Next Door to Lincoln C'junty National Hank, J. C. McCIary, his town. His bride is one of Stanford's best youug women, and is loved most by those who know her beautiful character best. Shu Is an only daughter and is almoit worshipped by her fond parents. We congratulate Mr. Fowle on winning her aiiJ wish for him and his a safe, long and happy business at SAM KOBINSON, STANFORD. KY. The Wintry FOR ALL KINDS OF journey over me a pamway. Machine Needles, J Shuttles and Bands Ci -- Blasts Work 24 Hours a Day. The busiest little things ever made aro Dr. Kind's Now Life I'llls, Every globule of healtb pill is a sugar-coate- d that changes woakness into strength! languor Into energy, brain-fainto mental power; curing Constipation, g 'IsHssVttlllb May Come, And tho Kain "and Snow Fall, but your stock will keep warm in 'V,sssHf?T and Water. Wrulertaker."'Embalmer ard tealer In.Harness. Saddlery, STANFORD, CALL ON- - Nunnellcy's New Stock Yards Plenty of Covered Pens and Feoi Court Day, 41 - KY- - Headache, Chills, Dyspepsia, Malarial 2oo at Penny's Drug store, m jM4Ruiw3r. StKoraeJfbootyS.)! Mexican Capt. Francis Hall, a veteran of the wr, u dead at tvli. L. & L- - SAUNDERS, Crab Orchard. rfi-t- i" Best market iu tho State. So bring them on. Second Monday. 1. M. Bkuck, Assistant. ."TV?" ?IT."",'f l''"w','j'wwi''n'lri'w""i"llwirwir' On foi in. limn Mm li'n. I HI. Sfr MlMiH.j