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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): February 1, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 int1910020101_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): February 1, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Interiop Journal. VOL. XXXVII. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1910. NEWS NOTES. HUSTONVILLE. POLITICAL. ' ,) J 4 I). C. Allen's splendid harness mare A Bourbon county Negro was fined Drnper, formpr Gen, Willlutn P. A $8.25 for failuro to pay taxes on his 4 American nmbaMador lo Itnly, Is dead died of colic, 4 Mrs. Iletllo IUrnett has rented for dog. In Washington. 44 44 Three Negro prisoners In Iho county Milton Anderson, nRcd 70, is den.l nt cah several acres nf tobacco laud at jail ut Hopkinsville snwed a bar and the homo of his nkce, Mrs, Nnthan $15 without barn room. 44 I'ortman l'cacock, n natlvo of our made their escape. HorIc, In Garrard. 44 William Jennings Bryan and family city, but for several years n resident of The bill to cnnblo Loulsvlllo to 44 now city hospital panned the St l.oulu, (s visiting friends and rela- havo arrived in Peru and aro being wined nnd dined by her populaco. Kentucky Scnato by a unanimous voto tives hero. Mrs. Flora Baker, of Newport, whom Bring your pictures In and havo them The I'lncvlllo Sun sulcata Gen I' Wat Hardin as an Independent candi- framed. Seo samples of mouldings and John Losey is nccused of shooting, died date for Congress In tho eleventh dis- make your own selection. Prices right nnd the chargo agolnat him has been 44 amended to murder. Adams Bros , Hustonvllle. 22 trict. On account of tho illness of Miss Francis Goddard, convicted murderer, 44 President Taf t sent to tho Scnato the 44 B. M. meet-in- g took ndvantnge of permission to attend Helen Hockcr, tho C. W. nomination of P. W. Parker to bo which was to havo been held with his wife's funeral at Galllpolis, O., and justice of tho supremo court of her will ho helil with Mrs. John J. Allen escaped from his guards. ,New Mexico. Engineer Charles Trout, of Somerset, Tho withdrawal of Judjjo Prank Grit on Thursday afternoon. Wm. Biggins, ono of Casey's clever- was killed nnd Fireman Wilson was from the Senatorial contest in Mississippi was announced at Jackson. His est gentlemen, has bought the Thomas probably fatally Injured In a wreck on withdrawal did not materially aid In J. Bobinson farm adjourning our city tho Q & C, near Bobbins, Tcnn. Tho campaign for an amendment to limits on the Danville piko at $100 per breaking tho dead-loc, Tho postal snvinRS bank bill was fa- acre. Wo gladly wclcomo this family tho constitution of Indiana prohibiting tho manufacturu or salo of liquor in vorably reported to tho Senatu from to our community s Mrs Kutherinc Wnrriner and daugh- that State, was opened at South Bend thoSonato Committee on y Saturday. and I'ostroads practically In the form ter, Miss Kate, of Liberty, spent Tho story of the birth of quadruplets with Mrs. Judgo Wm. Myers, by tho subcommittee. submitted Tho Kentucky Legislature passed n their relative. They leave this week to Mrs. W W. Wilson, of Los Angeles, resolution urgently inviting tho govern-or- s for Lexington, whero Mrs. W. goes to proves to have been a hoax. None of Kat-ie'- n the children aro hers and tho courts to hold their next conferenco In mako her home whilo completing havo taken a hand In tho affair. musical education. Kentucky, Frankfort. Gov. Willson, of Over 1,800 people attended tho funerMiss AlicoCabholl has returned from is chairman of the committee to select a weeks' visit to Mr and Mrs W. D. al services held at Covington Sundny meeting. the place of Stagg nt Kiddvllle. Miss Myrtle Drye, over tho body of the lato Arthur Goe-be- l. h Admitting that tho 4 The sermon was preached by Dr. law would have to bo justified by of Bradfordsville 'a the handsome guest tariff z practical operation, of Mrs. John Dinwiddic. Mrs. Daniel Gilbert Schmidt, assisted by Dr Albert y the results of Its Representative Itoutell, of Illinois, n Traylor spent some days last week with Hammer8chmidt. Ed- Returning from a wedding party, member of the committee which framed her friends and parents here. Lee accepted n po Samuel Lalu, a Roumanian, in this tho measure, mado a vigorous defense rington, of our city, has aition in Anderson, Ind , with a large country but n short time, blew out the of tho new law in tho House. Ho is quite a gas in a rooming house near Imiianapo for selecting the democrat- automobile factory. Primaries busi- lis, nnd he nnd Mrs Etsie Beckman, 2G ic nominees in four Congressional dis- mechanic and will soon learn the t ness. Mrs. Nannio W. Owens, nnativo years old, were asphyxiated. tricts of the SUto will be held Raleigh, Three men were drowned when tho month, but so far no action has been of our city, but n resident of taken by tho party authorities In this, N. C , for several years, has returned towboat Enterprise struck n skiff in she will make her which the men were crossing tho ttie Kighlli Congressional district, look-in- g to Ixmiiville, where river at Memphis. A fourth and tlmo of choslng homo with her sister, Mrs M. P. Bradto the manner man In the skiff when it was run down, our nominee. Hon. J. Norton Fitch, ley Ono of our largest tobacco raisers escaped by swimming ashore. KENTUCKY. district chairman, is expected to Issue The Seinn at Paris has begun to fall committee sold and delivered his crop last week , a call for a meeting of tho s? - - - .r 'at an early date. It is said that a ma- and receiving a draft, concluding he slowly. Tidings from Hooded districts .........Sk.Sk.Sk.Sk.Sk.Sk.Sk.Sk.tkSk.Sl w ww www www www WWWWW AmimmWWWWV'rrwTwww)wwTwwrJwrrw ,. . a .a a. v A.AACkSSkssvsksLtkSBkSBkSkBskskSsk.SbBkSk.sk.ak.sk.K Sjsjwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww-TJjority of tho committee favor a prima- wanted the currency, ho presented the nbovo Paris gavn hope of a more rapid it draft, and asked for it, which he very fall. Hundreds of persons are reported ry nnd an early one, in order that nmounting to without food nnd homeless, but tho may be over and out of tho way In time promptly received, BRODHEAD. The bills not being large the bulk government is coming to their aid. spots to heal before the for any sore Unless Gov. Willson interferes and has necessitated a large feed basket in Rev. W. D. Powell, of Louisville. election this fall. So far there which to carry it home. That n fnrmr grants a commutation of the sentence, govn an interesting lecture on Missions bccn.only ono otllclal announcement community a crop Floyd mur that of the present Representative in in thisono ordinarycan produce wagon-loa- d der of Frazier must hang for the coun- at the Baptist church Sunday night. Ellen Flanncry, in Letcher Congress-Harv- ey Helm. Shelby Sen- that The play entitled "Tho Squire's Of Kentucky. will bring him $C99 is certainly ty. The Court of Appeals nfilrmcd the Daughter" rendered by the Hamilton tinel. moot convincing cvidenco of tho pro- decision of tho lower court in his case. Club Saturday night, was the finest nf- The Kentucky court of appeals Thurs IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. ductiveness of the lands sold by W. R. fair of the kind over witnessed in Brod- Williams & Co., Hustonviile, Ky , who day said the final word in two impor- head, as well ns being a success finan at .Ilurnslde was have farms adjoining above land for tant cases when it overruled petitions The "court-house- " cially. damaged RMO by fire. for rehearing cases of the Burley To sale. Mr. E. A. Adams, who moved from Stock In the CitiienB National Uank Society against J. E. Gaitzkill, Ruel Spragcns, who for some years bacco Hiatt section thr.ee years ago to Hy of Lancaster sold for 1 1G8 has been chief electrician and superin- etc., and J. H. Parrish against the dro, Oklahoma, has returned to this E. N. Stecley, a leading merchant of tendent of our telephone company, and Commonwealth. S: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT- W.:M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, county and is temporarily located here. Williamsburg, is dead, aged 62. One naval prisoner was shot and kill He contemplates buying a farm near J. B. PAXTON. whose work has been most srtisfactory, J. W- - ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH Dann Carr, colored, was given a life has Accepted a position with the Nat- ed and a second probably fatally woundH. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER sentence for killing Hal Denny, at Bur-Ki- ional Harvester Co. His headquarters ed by a guard at the Navy Yard, at Stanford. HVYS FOSTER, CLERK. R. II. Hamm and Mrs. Matilda Potts will bo in Louisville and we predict that Portsmouth. N. II , while the men were married in Louisville Thursday by DIREOTORS: has been appointed success will he his. , Bryant Newby Georio M. Givens were trying to escape in n boat. A Judge Weissenger. Mrs. Potts is a J. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford in Madison postmaster at Whltlock, Is visiting James Harbeson and other third man accompanying them was pretty milliner and Mr. Hamm is one John B. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Rancounty. Perryville relatives. John Lynn and wounded and captured of the leading merchants of this place. kin, Lancaster; J. H. Paxton, Stanford; W. H. Traylor, George Hansford and G. W. Coch- James Allen are both much better. Tho Tho investigation into tho operations Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. ran, sged and prominent Casey county little daughter of A. J. Wcddlo has of tho Postoffice Department, Forestry Here's to you and yours, "R. II." W. C. Swlneford, formerly of this H. Cummins, Prcaclieraville; Lilburn citizens, arc dead. Service and Interior Department are place, but later of Lebanon Junction, ' ' Mr. Isaiah Jackson, aged 02. died at pneumonia. Mrs. Burdettc Powell and having Gooch, Gilberts Creek. a very depressing effect upon was horo Saturday, saying goodbye son Henry are on the sick list. Clevo his home near Mt. Hebron, Garrard Dunn is acting superintendent of our republican leaders. The future success to his friends. He leaves with his fam county, after a protracted illness. telephone company and is catching on of tho party is said to look alarmingly ily Tuesday, for Aztec, N. M., where charged with burning rapidly. June Wren, gloomy, oven to tho most hopeful and he will engage in the restaurant busi Nucliol's tobacco barn near Pint Lick, faithful. ness. was held over to tho grand jury In CHURCH MATTERS. Attorney General Breathitt has subMisses Jalia and Sallio Reynolds, of $200. Rev. D M. Walker will conduct the mitted to Gov. Willson a lengthy opin- Maretsburg, were with tho Misses Mc STANFORD, KENTUCKY There now seems a good chance that LegislaMetho- ion, in which he holds that the Call Sunday. A. E. Albright and daug Mrs. Eugenia Dunlap I'otts, of this prayer mealing services at tho ture can authorize the issuance of J500,- - ter, Miss Lena, attended the Cth Sun dist church Thursday night. city, and who is ono of tho An interesting protracted meeting is 000 bonds to meet the deficit in the day meeting at Fairview church, near ORGANIZED IN J882. women in Central Kentucky, will reCAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. in progress at Hebron church. It will Stato's funds for obligations nlready Boone Postoffice, Sunday. Mrs. Clyde ceive nearly half a million dollars as recontracted, and that such action will be Hilton, of Stanford, and Mrs. Robert SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. belonging to continue through this week. imbursement for cotton Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Dickey went to legal without ratification by the pco Collier, of Crab Orchard, were tho HASJPAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Mrs. I'otts which was seized by the Lay- pie. guests of the former's parents Sunday. United States at tho close of the Civil Iouisville Monday to attend tho In a revolver duel at Edgewood men's Missionary Convention. Chas. Pike, of Etowah, Tenn , is with Combines AbsolutejSafety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety War, says a Lexington dispatch. Rev. Robert Cnmpbcll, of Danvillo, mines, near Middlesboro, Deputy Sheriff his parents here this week. Messrs. Cordon Givens and Benjtmin Gatliff, Wm. Kreuger, Wm. Fish and Ben Grif- Deposit Boxes for Us: of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. The loss of tho Lexington Gazette has accepted n call to the pastorute of a miner, were each mortally wounded. fin attended church here Sunday night. much except that it tho Waddy Christian church. Advowould not bo so Givens was attempting to arrest Gat- Mrs. W. 11. Sowder was with her partakes out of the ranks of journalism cate. Lexington, liff on a chargo of disorderly conduct. ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Harris, in the OFFICERS. DIRECTORS. Dr. R. 11. Crossfield, of that most unique writer and prince of Givens figured conspicuously as an ofSunday. F. Reid. . H. Baughman, ootid follows, Will Walton. The mis- has recently closed a meeting at one of ficer of the local military company in Sayers neighborhood, . S. Hocker, President: the Christian churches in Washington C. H. Frith attended the Hamm-I'ott- s M D. Elmore. J. M. Pettus. take in tho establishment of tho S. T. Harri. suppressing the night riders in West wedding in Louisville last ThursH. C, Baughman, . K. Cummins, was that it was intended primarily City which resulted in 102 confessions. ern Kentucky two years ago. John , McUoberts, Cashier, day. S. T. Harris, When tho paper Most of them were baptized into tho no. C. Robinson, ns a political organ. Glavis finished his testimony Louis R. H. C. Baughman, Asst. Cash'r W. B OBannon church. J. S. Hocker, was on its last legs the directors Congressional Com MATRIMONIAL. Tho Laymen's Missionary Convention beforo the Joint C. E. Tate. W.V. Saunders, Bookkeeper. Walton to tfke charge in the inltteo inquiring into tho Ballinger- which meets in Louisville b'bpe that ho could put it on its feet Robt. C. Piko and Miss Bettie PenHo declared, Pinchot controversy. again. That ha failed was no fault of Tuesday, is ono of 75 conventions among other things, that Mr. Ballimrer. nington were married at Lexington. Miss Bertha Christopher, of lower Ho was up against a hopeless being held in that many cities in tho on one occasion, instructed him not to his. But Walton will not con- United States. The meetings began in nursuo an Investigation against Repre Garrard, and Alfred Swope, of proposition. McLachlan, of wero married at Lancaster. sent to be a back number, and wo hope October and will close in April with a sentative a claim in the GreenCalifornia, who held group of again at tho head of a pros- National convention at Chicago. Tho coil lands in Alaska A Bloomington, III , dispatch says: to seo him He quoted Mr perous paper. Meantime may ho get movement is undenominational and its Ballinger as saying thero had been too Although knowing his bride but a sinnil the good things he deserves, nnd object is to awaken a greater interest much nf that sort of thing in the past. gle day, Harry Tester, of Lancaster,, Ky., and Miss Ora Smith, of Taylors-vilithat will be plenty. Ed Leigh In Bow- in missions. Already an increase al Those Pies Of Boyhood. most of $1,000,000 over last year's conling Green Messenger. were married. Tho match How delicious were the pics or boy- was arranged by mutual friends, who tributions has been pledged in tho cities hood, No pios now ever tasto so suggested that the two correspond. whero these meetings havo been held. A Frightful Wreok. good. hat's changed? tho pies? Letters and photographs were exchangof train, automobile or buggy may No. Its you. You're osttba strong, ed nnd finally Teater proposed marWork 24 Hours a Day. cause cuts, bruises, abrasions, sprains Tho busiest little things ever mado uoulthy stomach, tho vigorous liver, riage. He was accepted and came up or wounds that demand Huckleu's Argreatest healer. aro Dr. King's Now Life Pills. Every tho active kidneys, tho regular bowols from his farm in Kentucky and was nica Salve-earth'- s globulo of healtb of boyhood. Your digestion Is poor married. The romantic union attracted Quick relief nnd prompt euro results. pill is a sugar-coate- d weakness into strength, uuu cj blame the food Wui'i much attention For burns, bolls, sores of all kinds, that changes into needed? A complete toulng up by ocieuis, chapped bauds and lips, soro languor Into energy, brain-fa- g "Hyomel has cured me of catarrh of eyes or corns, its supremo. Surest montal power; curing Constipation, Electric Hitters of all organs of diLiver, Kidneys, long standing. It is the best thing to pllo cure. 25o at Penny's Drug Store. Headache, Chills, Dyspepsia, Malarial gestionStomach, Bowels Try them. They'll restcra kill 0 cold I have ever got hold of." 25a at Ponny's Drug Utore. your boyhood uppetlte and apprecia Mrs. A. Hoslan, Croton, Lee county. Wanted, to buy a good Lincoln counFound, in Walton's Opera House, a tion of food sod fairly saturate your Is. Sold by G. L. Penny on money ty farm of the value of $20,000 to $30,. L- 000. Address Lock Box 204, Stanford, boy's Mcintosh. Call at this office for body wltn new hoaltb, strength tod back plan. Complete outfit $1; extra vigor. SOo at Penny 's Drug Stor. bottles, 60c IL Ity. ??svssslssssssl: it NOV 97 I EVERY THING n NOW GOBS Post-office- Sat-urda- AT COST Cummins & m ! P if I'aync-Aldrlc- ; is Now 1$ The Time To Buy. m-x- Wearen, STANFORD. I $11,-00- Cbe Lincoln county national Bank Stanford, two-hors- Capital, Surplus, Resources, $50,000.00 43,000.00 340,000.00 FIRST NATIONAL BANK, best-know- n Ex-Jud- Ga-zot- t, d c, o.F0R ON e, Rock Bottom Plow Gear, Prices Wagons Buggy Harness, L. SAUNDERS, Crab Orchard. in hiimnrii The Interior Journal. SHELTON M. RRrRESBNTAVIK DEN JOHNSON WAS at SAUFLEY, OWXKR. HON. harvey:helm, of Lincoln countjr, li n rumlldnto for Tf nomination for Uonsrrs from the KIRhth district, subject totbanctlon of the demo crntto pnrty. Tub Interior Journal is now the property of Mr. Shelton M. Saufley, known to many of our Lincoln county readers, on experienced newspaper man and a fine gentleman. E. C. Walton, who has been with tho paper 30 years and who for tho past 10 years has owned it, made the dale some weeks ago but it did not go into effect until this morning. Mr Walton will continue to run the paper until the first or middle of March, when tho new owner will move over from Frankfort and take charge. Our people will gladly wel. como the return ol Mr. Saufley and his excellent wife and will do all in their power to make good old Stanford feel like home to them. A SLICK SCHEME. more ways to kill a dog than by choking him to death with butter is a homely old saw which has been demonstrated anew by the association of circuit judges. There is a constitutional inhibition against the increase of an officer's salary during his term, but in order to get around it the judges laid their heads together and succeeded in evolving the plan to whip the devil around the stump to the tune of $1,200 a year apiece. They prepared a bill which requires them to report to the governor when they have several days of vacation between courts, and from them alone the governor is to appoint special judges. For this, whether they perform any extra work or not, they are to get $1,200 a year each in mileage, and as there are SO or 40 judicial districts, it will be seen that it is going to take a good bunch of money to pay the extra allowance, largely more than the $30,000 that Gov. Will- son has spent on special judges in the two years he has been the State's executive. The Senate has passed the bill and it is said the House will follow its lead. If it does, each judge will get a salary of $4,200 a year and while the services of some of them are cheap at double the price, there are circuit judges in the State that are hardly worth that many cents. That a majority of the judges should get more money is undeniable, but it looks a little bad when those who are elected to enforce the law should lay awake at night to find some way of violating the drastic principles df it. tho Whlto Houso this morning. Ho had a long conference with tho presi dent but 'declined positively to stato what matters were considered, says n Washington dispatch. We suppose he Motes, Jiccounts, Claims Collected was explaining to tho president why he took a hand in trying to accomplish gag Jlnytohore In the United States. rulo for the Kentucky Senato by sugWE COLLECT NO CHARGES MADE UNLESS WB COLLECT. s gesting a voto to tnko a bill WHERE OTHERS FAIL. from a committee and to havo the rules adopted without a voto of the body. Ho might have been successful in con vincing the president, but ho will havo. WOODSON MAY,;Mgr.. n hard time making Kcntuckians bo-- 1 their! lieve that his suggestions wcro in Claims t Collections, and Y RAD For You. Owing to an unprecedent- two-third- may's COLLECTION agency. Somerset, - - - Kentucky. Auctioneer FARM FOR SALE! interest. them both and it is meto that united in! life by tho tenderest love, their bodies I desire to sell prlvnti'ty my stock of should not be divided in death. Every Hnrilunru. liolna ii Kxl lus. governor and ness. Will linulcu nlwut $J,5i. ltvnaoti admirer of the martyred III hcftltn. OKO. I). HOITi:it, HlnnfonUKy. of him whoso devotion was unto death, should make it a point to attend the dual event of unveiling and burial. It has practically been decided that I the burial of Arthur Goebcl by the side I onr my seniors tulho poopln of Linhis brother in tho Frankfort cemeof My fnrm of Wncres of good Intnl. well Im- tery will occur on tho same day tho coln county ninn BiictliinetT H W. McWIIUHTKII, BUiiriuiUiil. u nt nu is nr sine. Btatueof Gov. Goebel is unveiled, next HrsMonrp. Morrln ml, Ky It. P. I. No. 1 primii.m sevennun fenced, Hliio'iinl In It Is loentid miles from the May wood section House tins six rooms. 3. Tho selection of tho Thursday, Feb. New burn mid oth r necessary outbuildings A bargain If sold nt onee burinl place and the dato is most appro-- ' J T I.IVlNOrtTllS. of priate. Tho same bullet virtually killed It. K. 1). No. 1, .Stanford, Ky. ed good early Fall trade. We sized up pretty well again in Dec. Consequent- Stock Merchandise for Sale. ly our stock is in FARM FOR SALE OR RENT. Contains 11 acres, lxt tobacco land ti, the county, IS miles from McKlnney, Will sell or rent, lias luo dwellings, one of four rooms nnd the other of two rooms. Two orchards of nenrlyftO trees. Tobacco bnrn that will hold Wncres of lotmcio cheapest inrm in Kentucky in price. McKlnney, Ky. O. Jl. IIHAWNKH, BETTER CONDITION than usual at this season of the year to supply your needs. We have all kinds of ' I HOME FOR SALE! That there are Gov. Willson fired another broadside of some 10,000 words at the Legislature on the subjects of n new tax plan, the erection of a new executivo mnnstnn nnrl nn nnnnni tn Ipt woll enough alone by retaining the san feature of the board of control. He then tried to partially atone for tho infliction by inviting the body to his home to a reception, which is to occur One story cottntte. of right rooms niul nil necessary oullmlUtliiK. lot rontnln one ncre, divided Into cow lot on which Is roomy iNirn, buggy house, corn crib, etc. (loixl Kfirrien Dixit. This Is n ileslrnble titnee, locat id on corner of Whitley nnd Miller streets. A. It. IIOI.TZpi.AW, Htnnfonl, Ky.Z TRIBBLE & PENCE, Fur n it ii re ami Undertaking. Day Phone 128. Night Phono 133. SURVEYING CIVIL NEERING. AND ENGI- The Lexington newspapers are a gulthrough the lluitoinlllc lible pair or do not mind gulling the oxer tbe telephone Kxchange. WALrEK McKINNKY. public. The night rider story started by a drunken janitor of tho building in which tho offices of the Durley Tobacco Society are located and of threat of the men to kill President LeBus, was Denier In nnd Manufacturer of; the thinnest fake ever perpetrated. Both papers ought to beg the pardon of their patrons and be treated for the Marblo and Cranito Monu-mont- s, I nm prepared totlo nil kinds of surveying nnil civil engineering promptly. My work villi bo gunriinteed and my prices nre Write me nt McKlnney or call me Stanford, Kentucky. FARM FOR SALE I Harry Jacobs, A No. 1 farm of 1M acres. House hns four rooms nnd n good cistern. There Is a good lorn and abundance of stock wnter. This Inndtsnbout half Virgin soil, ndnpted to raising grnss.bny, corn, wheat, onts, hemp nnd tobocco, nnd Is nil In grnssescept nboul i acres nnd is on the pike m nrgood schools. cnurclies Him uepox, nnu naia gouu orennru nnd outhouses. Hoi lot, Htnnfonl, Kentucky. from a baby's soft sole at 25c to a 20 inch high top shoe at $7.50, boys' and mens' suits, Overcoats, Raincoats. Slickers, underwear, suit cases, gloves and hats at "sillies." propriating $2,000 for a "Legislative The Court of Appeals has dismissed Digest," all will be well with the pro the suit against the Burley Tobacco So- ponents and promoters of the skin ciety brought by certain Clark county games. tobacco raisers for tho appointment of Conn Linn, who was acting governor receivers, and ordered that the receiv- for a few hours last week, will go to ers appointed by Judge Benton turn Oklahoma to practico lawafter his term over the $300,000 and over that they as Senator expires. Hopkinsvillc Ken- bad taken possession of, which was to tuckian. After his conn gamo with tho its credit in the Winchester banks. The countv unit bill, there is one thingsure, suit seems to have been the result of and that is that he will never "pracapite against tho society because of the tice" statesmanship again in Kentucky. removal of its headquarters to Lexington and the result shows the value of Since there is such a great ado over having a court of last resort that is not the price of meat in tho cities, 1 Corinfluenced by local conditions. inthians 8:13 might bo parodied to read: "Wherefore, if high price meat mako It. B. MAIIONEV, Pres. J. T. WHITE, Sec'y. W. S. FISH, Trcas. Mrs. Henry Youtsey has been grant- my brother to suffer, I will eat no flesh ed a decreefof divorce and n restoration while the world standeth," or until tho to her maiden name. She has suffered price is reduced. for ten years and done all in her power Sechetauy Wilson sajs that the to secure the freedom of her convict husband and certainly deserves the re- necessities of life cost more in America lief. And now if a good man who does than, anywhere in trio world. It duemi't not care more for a measley $1,200 of- require an investigating committee or to discover this fice than he does for her, seeks and se- a wise-acr- e cures her hand in marriage she may proposition. livo to forget tho horrible nightmare Evanston, III., doctors have raised through which she has passed. Farms, houses ami lots for rent, ealo or exchange Persons desiring ijuick the price of officiating at births moro sales or piirclnwcs In realty of nil kinds. Call on or It is all up with Beach Hargis. He than 100 per cent.; another reason for write us nt STANFORD, KY. has to go to the penitentiary for life for race suicldo and argument against the murdering his father, the Court of Ap- high prices of the necessities of life. peals having affirmed tho verdict of tho lower court. His neck ought to have The Great Texas Panhandle. paid the penalty, but a merciful jury saved it, possibly so that he could join itlcti wealth. The his cousin, Curt Jett, and like him seek suln.t Iniiil Is the bails of nilsurest money nestinent and the and, as ho says he has, secure pardon maker, Is rich farming land, (lod Is still resting on the 'seventh day." lie Is Mil. FAIlMEIt: Mako your homo ns modern for your family na u citv for his sins, even though tho Bible says milking uny more lund. Tho Texas not Is the rich, for no murderer can enter the kingdom of settlementthe Inst ofcountry, lev Jl lund will residence, nnd place youreelf in a position to get the latest market quotations Kortuni in this no mauuoii iiienuvancu in price on tiitsu lit nny time. This can bo ucconijiiilie(l by iiieaiis.of our telephone service, Heaven. lands In the next few years. Homo keekers will go no further when they see It. Hwlsb which you uud your neighbors can get for a sum that U small compared with Tub Harrodsburg Herald has a learn- vr county Is the gurdeu sKjtuiul ''pride of the benefits received. Cull or address our ncurout ollico or writo direct to luepiiiius." llie twst wittered iiuu the rich. ed disqusition on "Liars, Good, Dad and est fund, no clearing or grubbing, no floods headquarters, Nushvillo, Tenn., lor Information regarding our special "Fur-iner- s' dullghtful High Indifferent." A good liar Is something or outlines. proven altitude,country. Lino" rate. If you aro pot at present enjoying telcphouo service, wo A wheat First new under the sun and our friends prUeuMurded our wheat nnd outs nt the can immediately Interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, SutlouulUoru Kiposlttou nt Omaha. Ne. doubtless account for him like Tobe G ri- brusku. Fur free Illustrated booklet, address Teuucsscc, Mississippi, Louisiana nnd the Southern portion of ludiana ami JAMKH KHYK.HkO.T'UXIAUoUMItH-OIAder described a show when he said "it Illinois. EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. OLUII. T ulln.HwIsuer County Texas. was bo d- -d bad It was really good." (IMOOKfOKATltD) The Federal court of New York dismissed the criminal proceedings against the World for its publication in regard to scandals connected with the purchase of the right to dig the Panama canal, as a previous Federal court had dismissed a similar indictment against the Indianapolis News for the same alleged offense. The indictments were instigated by Mr. Roosevelt, whose brother- was said to have been mixed up in the alleged crooked deals, and when the news reaches him in darkest Africa he will doubtless be so mad that he will go and shoot out the heart of the first jeopard he finds. in-la- Markers nnd I'osts, Cemetery nnd Ijiwn ed on habeas corpus proceedings of a Vines and Hettees. Olltce nnd works, McKlnney, Ky. revenue official, who had been sent to bejail for contempt by a State court cause he refused to divulge information which he had gained officially with refHaving sufTend considerable nnnojnnce erence to a distillery operating in Geor nnd duniAge from outlaws. In breaking gste gia. This looks like the general gov latches nnd tenrlug down nnd destroying my gates, on the county roud that runs ernment is "in league with hell" and through my farm, I hn concluded to ofTer n reward tor Information Itadlng to tbe the liquor traffic. conviction of such person or persons. I will therefore gl the sum o( for Inforlending A Turk, who came to this country to mation party or to the arrest nnd conviction parties, that hn of nny broken reside, was ordered to be deported the latches on any of my gntes.or that hm e sawed when Irranswer to a question he said on the down or torn down any of my gates county roud which runs from tin Ilustonvlllo turnpike to tbe Mllledgevllle that he thought a man ought to marry turnpike, through my farm; and I will give as many wives as he could support. the same nmount for Information lending nnd conviction of nny party or This looks like rather drastic action to tbe nrrest In the future commit any of the parties w ho since so many men are permitted to ulove offenses. Witness my hand this 10th day of August, marry women whom they make no ef- lduv. T.J)lUI.IHll. fort to support. The Federal court at Atlanta releas- NOTICE! f REWARD. Insure your Tobac-c- o and Tobacco Barns in the West End In surance Agency. Get your policies written right in a good company by H. J. McJROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. B33333Se3S33Sg33S330 fcS m G. L. Penny H. II. Coflev K. It. Oolemnn 8 m W.J. CAMPBELL, Htistouvillc, Ky. 8 There is something in a name sometimes. At any rate when it begins with a letter way down in the alphabet Senator Vice, of Bath county, has been unable to present bills fer several days, because the body adjourned before his name was called. However, a man with such a patronymic deserves to get left. The Legislature has already authorized the payment of $8,200 for extra help which wasnotneeded, and now if it will follow up the extravagance by ap- wm i i Carload Of. i M Vinol The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil, is a most Valuable 1 onic and Builder of Health and Strength. It is Especially Useful For Persistent Coughs and Colds, Sold under a Guarantee m W Fresh Lime TUST RECEIVED. at PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. W. H. HIGCJNS, E3BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBEBE3 Stanford, Kentucky. i American Wire Fence. -- isBHBBisBWIBBBBBBIMMI self-evide- The Citizens Realty and Title Co J!lBHBHHHHHBHBHMBfHBHHl . I IBSBBfiBSB.Stt Promptness and Reasonable Commissions Our Specialty. 'Phone 200. GEORGE H, FARRIS, Stanford. H. B. NORTH COTT, Dealer in and Dressed Poultry, Eggs, Ic, Coal, vvuui, niutu?, ruT5, oau, Lime, Um-seand Feathers. PHONE 35, LANCASTER, KY. -:- - RURAL TELEPHONES. ng e. DKANCII HOUSE: STANFORD, Tclcphcuu N-j- . ICY., Thi.rnmn K. Tudor, MBr. lCU. L H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford . - . i f it .m.i Mirtiii uti uiimmlMmMmtJkimammimj 6 . 4 KiiltahTo gingham ordrcMc, mlrU nnl vrwh pctticoatn GJc ,trijM5 "L " 200 yards to eliort length !n The Drudg'g'ery of Sewing Is lewcned liy the joy of having new nnd pretty material to mako up. Wo havo n most nttractiva assortment of materials for enrly tewing. In addition to our Flock of white good, embroideries and laces, wo have just opened and placed on solo GO pieces new Spring ginghams nnd 25 pieces of percale. Wo also have a much lrrgcr assortment than over two new patterns in Stickerci Uroids for trimming ginghams and percales Hair Goods. 3 trv 1UC 1 '200 yards Twilled Hickory for Shirts wortj, ice yd ifbought in tho piece L6 O 1 X-- ZiK 1r in n good Although cotton Roes up wc odcr choice of '25 pnttenm crcalo n yon ever lwught for 12 Jo f ut A- Fifteen Pretty Patterns in a Fine Soft Dress Gingham tl VA t Y -- ?r U Twenty Pieces Swell Pattern in Drcss Ginghams 12 1- -2 The new stylo of Head Drcss requires Switch and a turban. Wo have them at astonishingly low prices. Ask to look at these goods. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. . & SON, STANFORD KY. For Sale. A second-hand WHEN you wnnt bargains try the Mn. Geo. L. Penny is In Frank fort Country Store. W. W. White, Prop. on business. top This office. Attorney Georiie Stanfoiu), Ky., II. Saufi.ry conle L. It. Hughes T. V. Humble W. O. Martin ft is with friends. Miss Ui.I.IK Eads, of Hustnnville, is bargain In box pnperaro SoMK KU-n- t out to mako room for new with Miss Kathcrine End. bflnK cloud MissAllie Stago, of Hustonvllle, is stock at Penny's Drug Store. tho guest of Miss Magglo Stagg PERSONALS. Mr. Walter Heavens, of Mahomet, is visiting relatives in this county. Mil. J. S. HocKF.it went to London III,, News comes from Louisville that Saturday. Walker, of Garrard, who is ItuiiN, to tho wife of Sterling Curtlj. Mr. E II. in n hospital in the Falls City, is doing a daughter. good. Tub aired Mrs. Eliiaboth Hlgglns no The Sophomore class of tho Stanford continues uitc sick. Miss Maude Mrs. A. II. Sevekance visited her Graded School "stormed" ' oione r riiuy ' "'" i"'father at Richmond. enjoyable evening. Mas. Lucikoa Guinrtead spent sev,. .. I . ... r. MR. II. iiawkins leu sniuronv eral days in Danville. gulf com. tho beautiful for Pass Christian, on tho ItonERT WHITE drew where he will spend some time fishing. Mrs. Hawkins has been there for some silver set at Shujrars & Tanner's. L. Weaken Huoiies, of Louisville, weeks. spent Sunday with his mother here. LOCALS. Mn. D. M. V. Stephenson and wtfc, Itichmond, visited Ills sister hero. There are only four prisoners in the of Wi: had a pleasant call Saturday jail. from Mrs. Docia U. Gooch, of McKinMiss - Fin. 1, 1H0 tinues quite ill. For Runt. Frances Coormt Journal fice. -- Office In the Interior Fish, oysters, celery, cranberries building. Apply nt this of- Saturday. Geo. II. Farris. .. Piano for Sale. Squaro variety. nro looking for fresh oysters Will sell cheap. Apply at this office and celery go to J. I). Horton'a restaumi1 Three suites of rooms in the Odd rant. .. Fellows' building for rent. Apply to Yott will find high grade goods alEd Wilkinson. ways at tho Country Store. W. W. i. . Sam Goldstein's great bankrupt White, Prop. sale will begin nt 0 o'clock I" !! Ill Peak. Mrs. Amanda Peak, a half-sist- Wednesday morning. He on hand to of tho lato Col. T. l Hill, died get your share of the bargains that will in Louisville and was buried here Sun- be offered. Everything will go and on day. She lived on the Hanging Fork many articles you can fix your own in this county for many years. price. If you l- m Embroidery And Lace V Vfl iB i itin Hl " -- er Hamburg and insertion to match, widths from 1 to 10 indite maerial nainsook and Swiss, values from 120 to 25c. Chniic 8c per yard. Also big values in laces, edges and inseetions In val torschtn and linen, values from 10 to 15c per yard, choice 5c per yard. Wc have anything you nre lookidg for in white goodn at right prices. K- - am .. - 1 cut,, Roller Skates at$l per pair, For Sale. A good second-hande- d Cat 1 f good treatment, try the W. W. Country Store this year. atives. Miss Hessie MAUKsnunv. of Har- - White, Prop. .l.l.nrr la thi L'UCflt of MiiS Luclla For Sale. A pair of mules, a harWhite. ness mare and a Jersey cow. L. It. Miss Fannie Hmgiit, of IJIoomlnR Hughes, Stanford. inn III . In the cuest of Miss Liuio For Sale. Lot of locust posts. IlrlifiiL Miss Maiiy Lee Givens. of Hubble. Will cut to order. J. M. Ware, Stanv,. iiu euest of Mrs. II. Kowan ford, It. V. D. No. 1. Telephone No. Saufiev. Mn. K. II. Hatson and family, of Staiilk For Kent Hasthreestalls, pru here for a short while i .nrn.tnr loft, etc. Located on street and conSaturday. venient for use. Mrs. L. Ii. Cook, Mn. Joe GooDE. who was severely fpv weeks siro, is Retting Stanford. burned n The Mt. Vernon Signal agrees with alomr nicely. Mn. John Duncan, of Lancaster, us that Stanford needs a new depot. was the Rucst of his sister, Mrs. Char- And everybody does, so fax as that is concerned. lotte Warren. Misxks 1'kaiiL IlAMIION and Jessie Senator Hiiadley has secured a penI,co Phillips spent Saturday with Lan sion of $30 n month for Francis M. caster friends. Thompson and a similar one for Rich Mu. an Mrs. J. I. Hamilton are in ard M. Johnson, of Rockcastle, wcek.-L- an Rollins Fork, Miss., for a muter Kecord. News comes from Paducah that the Misses Susie ani Mary Cooi.ey, of wile ot Ur. Uicero bubanks, formerly Lexington, are with their parents, Mr. of this county, was burned to death and Mrs. Dan Coolcy. She is survived by her husband and ono IIev. It. It. Noel spent several days son. with his liauKhtcrs. Misses Mary and Sold Out I have sold my stock of Gertrude. In Danville. Mn .1. II. MhAlister arrived from groceries and insist on all who owe ruo Way. Miss., Friday night, to be with an account to please call and scttlo so I can straighten up my business at his wife, who is ill or typnoiu icvcr. e once. Respectfully, J. M. Phillips. Mr. ani Mrs. J. M. Raines and daughter. iMargaret, of Lebanon, Wanted 25 salesmen and 25 salesarc Ruestslof Mr. and Mrs. W. P. ladies to work during our sale which Wednesday. Also begins MR. W. S. FISH'S family has joined nnd cash boys. Apply Lick and they now oc- Tuesday afternoon to Sam Goldstein, him from Paint cupy the O'liannon cottage on LancasStanford. Miss Mattie Dinwiiibie, of ville, is with her homefolks at Hustonville. Mus. J. F. Cummins and little Ida spent Saturday with Crab Orchard rel Louis- on Claiborno Walton. two-hors- wagon. W. H. Higgins. If you want ' i.n lit-ti- Kin-cal- bundle-wrappe- rs Manony a Fish Insurance Co , of '.Stanford, was hero Monday looking nftcr insurance Liberty News. Miss Sotib Alcorn, of the faculty of tho School for the Deaf at Danville, spent Saturday .land (Sunday with tho ter street. Mn. w. S.IFisii. of tho fault with Lincoln county's jailer, "Uncle Dink" Farmer. Theodoro find no "Theodore, the Terriiile," could largo families and Mr. Warmer has one 18 children in all 12 of whom aro alive. Ho has eight of them in the j lil residcnco with him. recommends rt quired by tho postal department to collect looso coins from rural boxes. Coins for money orders and stamps should bo placed In an envelope or small coin box in order to save delay to tho carrier in searching for coins in tho rural boxes. homefolkslhero. of Lexington, sends us $1 forhis I. J. to Jan.. 1911, and asks that his paper be changed to 102 KastlHlgh street, that city. Mrs. S. J. Tatem, tha Crab Orchard milliner, wasJonlFriday's train returning from Louisville, where sho bought lots of spring andjsummer millinery. Mrs. Joiin:W. Uastin, of Pittsburg, passed through last week en routo to Muhlcnburg county to visit her husband, who has large coal interests there. Prof. J. W. Ireland and family aro moving to rooms at tho College. Mr. A. II. Severance! will occupy tho house thoy vacate, having bought the placo some weeks ago Mr. J. E Portman and family havo Mr, S.U1. Stago, moved to Chicago from Louisville nnd MRS. W. S. IBEAZLEY arid children, who havo been visiting Irelatives hero and nt Lancaster, have returned to their homo at Los Angeles. Rural carriers are not are at homo at 3232 Le Moyno street, where thoy say they will always bo glad to seo their Lincoln county frionds. IlKV. It. n. Maiiony left Friday for Florida to spend a few weeks, with tho hope of regaining his health. In his absence Mr. W. S. Fish, his partner, and Mr. Eph D. Pennington, tho oiUco man, will look after tho interests of the insurance firm of Mahony & Fish. two Eld. Joseph Uallou. He is survived by and a half yoar old daughter of Mrs. his wife, who was a daughter of the Catherine McCIary, died after a pro- late Logan Dawson, and two daughters, tracted illness of a complication of trou- Mesdames C. II. Carter and II. R. bles lato Thursday afternoon and was Mills, the latter of Rock Hill, S. C. laid to rest in Buffalo Cemetery by tho Mr. Bright spent his long II fo of 76 side of her father Friday afternoon, af- years in this county and no man stood ter services at the homo at 3 o'clock by higher. For 25 yoara he was a miller Rev. D. M. Walker. Tho mother is and many knew him as "Miller" John almost prosprated with grief and in her Ilright, there being several other John dark hour every hoart in the communi- Hrighta iu tho county. He was a conty goes out to her. May Ho who cares sistent member of tho Christian church for tho widow and the orphan give her since his childhood and was a regular strength to hold up under tho trials attendant at its services as long as his and tribulations which aro now hers. health would permit. For some time, Only a few short years ago her hus however, ho had sulferad from Uright's band was taken and now her child is disease und ho was unablo to leave his gone Suroly her cup of sorrqw run- homo often. Great sympathy is felt gath-ero- J A largo crowd for tho aged wife and loving daughters, neth over. at tho McCIary homo to attend tho in tho loss of a father who was a fathfuneral and followed tho little whito er in all tho word means. May Ho give casket to tho cemetery. Flowers in them strength to withstand tho blow great profusion were sent and brought that has been dealt them. Less than a by sympathetic friends, and when plac- month ago Mr. llrlfiht received a letter ed upon and around tho little grave, the telling of the death of a brother in Missouri. mound was hidden from view. Dora Forrest, the bright little Mrs. J. T. Hackley has received news of tho death of her uncle, Mr. Addison Maret, aged 85, at Webb City, Mo. He was a native of Garrard county and married Miss Mary Miller, of We desire to express our thanks to this county, a sister of the late George our kind neighbors and friends who Miller, of -101 Ranch, Oklahoma. were so faithful to us during the ill CURTIS.-M- rs. Curtis, relict of Mr. nesi of our beloved husband and father, Monroe Curtis, died in Louisville Sun Mrs. J. II. Ilright and daughters. day and tho remains were brought to the home of her daughter, Mrs. M. F. Uncle Eli Rowers, now of Llnci-ln- , can got his mall hereafter at Gum Sul Murphy, on the Danville pike, yesterphur if it suits him better than at Crab day. She was very old and had been Orchard. Representative Harvey Helm, blind for many years. Mrs. Curtis is by hard work, has tinally gottn a survived by two daughters, Mesdames promise of the department to establish Kate Rowling, of Louisville, and M. F. an office at this suburb of Crab Orch Murphy, of this place, and two sons, urd. Washington Cor. Louisville Post. Messrs. William Curtis, of this county, and Charles N. Curtis, of Boyle. Sho Bargains in Land. We have three was a good woman and a devout memsmall tracts of unimproved land for sale ber of the Christian church. The burial nt a bargain one tract of 21 acres, an will occur in Buffalo cemetery this other of 18 acres, another of 13 acres, morning after services at the Murphy All well located, lie well and good land, home by Eld. J. G. Livingston at 10 o'Can give possession at once. Will sell clock. one tract or all. Terms to suit pur "Because of tho inability of the chaser. Apply to Hughes & Swine- county court to provide a suitable place broad, Lancaster, Ky. for holding jury trials at the February I have bought th Btock of groceries term of tho Lincoln circuit court, I of J. M. Phillips, on East Main street, have acceded to tho request of the and will close out tho present stock at members of the bar that no criminal, a reduced prices. I have bought so I penal or civil causes triable by jury can sell lots of the stock at and below shall bo had at that term. A petit jury cost and will do so. Call and see for will not bo summoned. A grand jury yourself, as I am going to sell these will be summoned as usual, and all witgoods bo I can put in a new stock. Sale nesses who have been recognized by will commence to day, Friday. Terms examining courts to appear at that " cash to everyone. E. J. Young. time will attend for the purpose of testifying before the "I didn't see Cummins & Wearen's nesses who have grand jury. Ail witbeen summoned in advertisement in your last issue; what's criminal or penal causes must attend tho matter?" asked a friend of this pa purpose of being recognized for per. Well, we arc to blamo for it. In for the appearance at the regular May term, making up tho forms so as to get Sam which begins the 4th Monday of that Goldstein's big "ad" in, we set Cum month." M. C. Saufley, Judge. mins & Wearen's aside and just forgot it, Wo apologizo both to the clever Negro Found Dead. Cam Gooch, firm and our readers for tho sin of an Bited Negro, was found dead in the omission. Cummins & Wearen aro still knobs near Blaine's Gap Saturday selling out at cost and if j ou want sure morning, having been killed with a shot enough bargains you can get them of gun. His homo was near Turnersville them. and ho was on his way to Mr. B. F. The Interior Journal, having chan Cain's to strip tobacco when he was ged hands, its behooves tho patrons of shot. Lair's bloodhounds were sent for the paper to square up their accounts, and they trailed as far as Jumbo, but If you aro behind or your subscription thero lost out. Gooch had a watch, or account on the books, you aro re pistol and about $1G in money when he quested to call promptly and Bettle and left homo, and It is evident that ho was if you live too far away to bring tho murdered for the purpobe of robbery. money, just put it In an envelope, di Coroner George P. Bright summoned n jury and held an inquest over tho body, rect it to tho I. J., put on a stamp and Uncle Sam will do tho rest. the verdict of which in substanco was: Please address all communications and "Cum Gooch was murdered by unknown mako checks payable to Shelton M. parties " It is horrible to think that u man would be murdered for money in Saulioy, Stanford, Ky, this good, civilized county and no efBright.-M- r. John H. Bright, ono of fort, time nor means should be spared in trying to punish the guilty party. Lincoln county s oldest, best und most This is tho timo for our people to do respected men, died at tho homo of his something. Tho good name of the daughter, Mrs. Charles H. Carter, county demands it. Thursday evening and was buried in 13 u Halo cemetery Saturday morning af ! ter services at tho Christian church by mm two-cent havinK cam3 0Kanstthe of Dr. L. II. Conk urn directed to present them properly verilled to my attorney, I'. M. McRoberts, at once. Mrs. L. U. Cook, administratrix. Au, parlll,. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Hamburg Specials. We have gone through our line of Hamburgs And picked out all ot tho short pieces and those which arc slightly toiled we have marked them below coet in order to move new stock them, out before out arrive. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky, Tinrjing, Plumbing, Heutirjg. Don't let 1910 pase without having house with a, beautiful white hot nnd cold water tliioiigli yur f Porcelain Bath Outfit. Have W. K. WARNER to install your reasonable prices and guarantee. We alco carry in Rocfiug Paints. Btock country water worku witk FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS; Roofing and PUBLIC SALE Call and eec us. MSI. Htmiforil uiut Huntuiirllle pike, i nillra from Jludoiivlllo, to J.H. Hurpbj--. w ki (IcvldeU to return to North Uurollnu iiud connqueutly mi will uu limine rfcentlvaolil kacknur tirtn on the K. WARN BR, L. R. 1IUGHE8.8. Stanford, Ky. AT Friday, February 4th, 1910, Hell for tliu IiIkIi dollar, nil o( our pertonal-ty W. L. M'OARTY.Pree. E. C. WALTON, coiiaUltng ut Four Fine Teams of Mules, T""k' ueliiht, nUo aoiuu cattle, hcep unit homo. All of our Funning Ini- wuii'ii urn kuixi una new. nuviiiK Uiiv hrund iimw ki'H iied only one bvniiiinnelilni'. lrliiii make, tolvid'o tt ttr,i'UltlHtorii,Turnlni; nluwit, Hlc uoocl wukuiu, uiuinmiiy other Illicit; too numuroiw to meutloii. About lat, with kimkI liar-rowa.- S AH IS hnmti IiIkIi mul Hint Hound uiul Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford, 1'ontucHy. Town Property Handled on Coiniuiwiuu. Stocks and Rond Sold. If you Havo Property to Sell or Rent Notify U. Write for Circular to 900 Bales Good Timothy Hay, About 2U0 barrels Corn, Farms and , About a.(M) tohui'Co nnd utout W uurea of hviup. Hulo to Ih'kIu promptly "I a. u. Term mude known oiMiay or uk' Will null with. out rt'Kirvo of limit. Don't foruvt thut thla viuh boui nuuiuvr mv uruunu note att ma ahadow or not. J. I'.OllANLiLHIl.Auct. ktli-ki- J. H. SHORE OX CO. L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky. m.fe - t NB J. V)lndertaker.:;Smbalmor and Beater inlHarnoas, Brown, Dan I acre 6 95 Carson, WA I acre 3 20 Crow, Elira 4 acres Crow, Mary 32 acres credit 80c, balance , Girens, Kate NR 10 acres I fayes, Will fT4"HtffT-ff-rffT- h acre 131-acrJackman, J S house and lot known as tho Welch place, sold at Lackey, Broaddus 2 acres $107. For house, carriage and slan painting (tern Lackey. Will I acre No.Jl.Houtll.lIlMp.M, ratlve rtaier liniiiiliiir also huaav Salb.-- 40 AM bushels Blue Grass of nil kinds such ns tops reenteredtrltiiiutni LillaiJ, No.W, Hooth,hi:U For curtains Cdmond house and lot No.tl, North, 4:10 A. M, V. nnd hoots made ritoiimerAldrlduo's black seed in chart. Price $1.15 bushel. North, 8. l P. M. smith shop West Main Ml., Hlnntortl Ky., Logsn, James 12 acres No. 17, 10. ill A. M. M. BrlRht, Tinoiieno,o J'), Logsn, Msriah 5 acres KO,l,JiWP, M. J J. ItKI.DKN. At Bowling Green on court day mules Lytic. Bob 2 acies S. RICE, sold at $175 to $250. One extra Rood Miller, Ceo Jr house and lot I ono brought $275. I OFFI-.l- t MY I2NTIM-- : OF Penman, John 4 acre, credit 3.10, bal End, J. It. Honakcr, of tho West (lover Hotel, at ('rati Orchard, also store- Simpson, Millie acre bought of E. A. Cowan, of Pulaski, a room Just across street, with pn.tnlllce nnd n cottage or nillce of three Simpson, Diss 33 acres pilr of mules for $100. rooms, aii necessary outbuildings, Withers, Lucy A house and lot Carroll Duddcrar writes us that ho MslH.tH'llTIr. (iOVI.ll. Crab Orchsid-Wh- ite. I'rnli Orchard, Ky - KENTUCKY. end his father have sold to Samuel J. TANFORD, Barnes, Wm 2 acres 2 75 ld Hell a saddle fielding for Bobbin, FF 59 Office-- over McRoberts' Drug Store in acres 990 $350. Dclsney, Elira 45 acres tho Owsley Building. For Salr. Two coming Denny, A C 24 acres mules ond two coming th'ec-ycar-oldNow Llvorv Hopper, Bill 41 acres Josiah Anderson, Stanford, K. Kelsey. Lutes N R 87 acrcf F. D. No. 4 Kidd. John N R 20 acres Tho wholesale price of meat dropped Turner, Mrs Waller 73 acres ."Lincoln lodRe, No. ft) rA A.M. will meet a cent and a half in Brooklyn. In BosIn stated romniunlciitlnn on Pitch first mill Crab Orchaid-lColoie- d. 820 00 Crnvnnottw STANFORD, KENTUCKY. third Monday nights ofcncli month, nt 7M) ton larger shipments of cattle aro be8 l'J 518 Blanford, Julia 4 acies o'clock In their linll on mnln strcoct, Man-for- ing received for export as a result of 18 00 11 18 Ky, Member nf titter lodge nre fraHumbir. Robt acte ternally Invited to bo present. T, W. Ten- - the meat strike. 10 00 0 18 I lumber. Erne I acre ningiou, r.ie. . 1 00 " There camo to my place about Dec. 8 15 Niles, Georgia 3-- 4 acre 15 a boar hog. Not marked except his " l'J 00 7 03 Slsughter, Mattie acre J. h. Ki.kin, l'ror., tail its cut close. Owner.'can get him Smith, J It NR I Ctrl iinve your measure token by n tnllor of ex- by paying 50c for this notice and his perience. Then yourclotlies, whethern low DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Sutton, Wm 4 acres B'JO Ovonwntt price. business suit or the finest evenlnir keep. D. Droughton, Crab Orchard. 810 00 cioiDes, win nne mm individuality nna in Waynesburg White. 18 1 HAVE an oight-ycar-ol- d wagon team 0 US which plainly Imtlcnto they were made to August, A J N R 134 acres 50 your measure, 1 will also tnko your meas- for sale. Also a 15 7 78 d wagon Large, airy outside rooms. Commercial ure for etrn trouiers, fnncy vests, top Baugh, Silas 32 acres 00 (! US l'J 50 conU nnd overcoats. Knll mid Winter horse for sale; or I will trade him for a travelers n specialty. Hpeclnl rates by week or month. Tho proprietor Is a former I.ln-coi- n Bunn. S M N R 100 acies samples on band ready for your inspection. 50 " 10 county man and his friends should re0 18 good driving horso. This horse will U.KUrLEV.Thje Tailor, II. Bryant, Mollie 3 acres 95 8 fiO H 78 Htanford, Ky, weigh about 1,100 and a good one. B. member him when stopping In his town. Byrd, Joe acres 85 0 00 " II H3 D. Carter. Carrier, J L house and lot r, oo " 70 CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! il 18 Stock hogs in Hardin county are a Claik, Thomas N R 50 acres 30 I 00 " '2 US I can furnish the public with tho best, ns scarcity and the price thereof is at an Claunch, Libertus 40 acres 15 well nt the freshest of cut flowers, plants of aeroplane height. A bunch .'! 00 ' '2 28 of 50 sold all kinds, bulbs, potted (lowers, on short Denny, W L 30 acres 75 J fiO " 1 notice. Also mnke n seclnltyof wreaths at 8e Some of tho dealers in this 70 for for funeral purposes. Eslet, John hrs 25 acres 75 In connection with the above, I hare nil class of hogs are even asking 9 and 10 Falk. L G N R acres kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable cents, says a dispatch. 50 prices. Gastincau. Ceo 5 acres 65 OIIIttBTMAN'OIlKKK IIOUHKH, 82fi 00 MeiiV SuiU Bargain. 257 0 acre farm about 810 03 Kll llCUllAlll), 1'KOll. Gastineau, J H 75 acres 75 '2'2 GO Htanford, Ky, five miles from town, on good pike, 10 18 Gooch, Colonel 2 acies 20 'JO 00 m le from school, church and store, 12 18 Cooch, Cicero hrs 37 acres 75 18 00 Insures and Tobacco 100 acres fine tobacco land. Nine room 11 03 Hatcher. Ssiah A 72 acres 25 Ifi 00 brick residence, 240-barr8 18 crib, sbed Barns. Hicks. WHNR 107 acres 50 1.1 CO 7 03 granary, silo, barns, etc. Fencing Littrtll, Msttha 3 acres 80 l'J .10 7 IS good and place well watered. Nine McCuffry, Mrs D hrs 68 acres 50 10 00 " never-failin- g 0 18 springs, cement troughs, Montgomery, J W I acre aoJ lot 95 ! 00 " 5 48 etc. In a splendid neighborhood. StanMoore, D M 20 acres The Insurance Mao. 85 8 00 1 118 ford Real Estate Co. Morris, E F 100 acres 20 STANFORD, KY. 7 50 " 1 58 Bargain. 354 acres of good land, of Noble. W CNR 1 16 acres 70 ltestdence l'liona 84; Otllce, 1. 0 00 :t 03 which 100 acres is bottom land, eight- Paiker. J C N R 92 acres 35 Insure with me and be fully oo 2 08 room dwelling, two good stock barns. Pitmsn, W R house and lot 00 protected. new tobacco barn, 36x96, ice house, Plus, Docia 25 acres 95 up-to-d- ate buggy house, two corn cribs, etc., two PriTitt. Mis Ells I acre 75 Straight and Kniekorlwokcr Pauti". good cisterns, the whole farm being Reid. Ollie N R 4 acres 35 88 00 IJoy'ii Suits. well watered, well fenced and lava 85 18 Reid, Etna 1 acres 60 7 48 1 well. Will sell as a whole or cut 200 03 Reid. W S3 acres 75 (i 50 ' "We are In position to do all kinds of 1 18 Rice. WM A NR 20 acres 20 such as Illock Work, l'nvements acres with improvements, to suit purfl 00 :i is and. In fact, we can make nny thing fromr chaser, which includes 100 acres as fine Rigney, Sara 26 acres 50 bouse down to a fence post. We can servo bottom land as there is 1 00 in the county. 2 78 Robinson, Wm 5 acies you promptly ana guarantee Ilrst-clns- s 00 : oo work and material. Call and Ret our prices This is a bargain. See L. R. Hughes, 2 2S Sims. D W 20 acres 95 Hiuigjuv uujr juur luuienui ufc leusi. " 2 50 1 Stanford, Ky. 43 Sims, Tipton 106 acres 10 'J 00 " 03 Sims. W G 20 acres Dunn & Adams, the Danville real es20 Sims. Hayden 12 tate men, sold the livery stable occu 35 scies pied by B. G. Fox at Danville to Jas. Smith. Mrs Esa 200 acres Stanford, Ky. 50 II 00 John 11. StetKou lints SprsJL'ng. Chas J N R 45 acres Martin, of Lexington, for $12,500. The 82 03 50 It 50 Taylor. ED sale was made for Mrs. A. I. Caldwell. 2 78 acres 85 :i 00 I lata Trusty, Ceo I acie Mr. Fox will continue to run the sta2 28 20 'J 50 " 1 03 Warren. E C N R 9 acre ble. Col. C. R Anderson bought of J. 35 'J 00 " 1 M. Sallee his 311-ac- re Waterton. G W 40 acres farm on the Per-ryvil75 48 1 50 " Wilcher, J B 198 acres pike at $135. James II. Swope 08 50 -1 00 " sold 20,000 pounds of tobacco to W. P. Wolverton. G W N R 37 acies 78 25 Young. Sallie 34 acres Kincaid, of Stanford, at 15c. Joe Wil25 liams, a Negro, was fined $100 for sell Waynesburg Colored. .AND. Boone, Pertnelia 3 acres ing whisky. L. B. Lee, of Waynes- 60 I iustontille White. burg, gave him away. The Q & C. haa ordered 20 more Malet engines at a Buikett. John 5 acres Duchew Trousers. Carson. J K N R 14 acres cost or $27,500 each. Samuel D. Ma-ge- e, $3 00 Il 08 1 All kinds of INSURANCE on all Compton, E D I acre of Crab Orchard, has accepted a 00 3 28 Delf, Geo 7 acres position with his brother, John Magee, :i 50 kinds of property. Only the larg2 PH BOTH ONE YEAR FOR .'1 Devers. Howard N R I acre grocer. Advocate, the well-know- n 00 2 10 est companies represented. Durham, B W 54 acres 2 50 1 08 llilea as low as can be Ellison, C W house and lot 2 00 PREACHERSVILLE. 1 48 had anywhere. 1 Everett, Frank 50 acres 50 Nearly all our people watch the com- Muscle. A B 100 acres 16 40 ROYS' PANTS. Straight and Ivniokerloiskor, 1 Ic to 81.t'3. Few people In the, United States have not t each night, the weather permitting. Ky., (Democratic Reynolds, Mrs Mollie 25 acies Jonej & Cress are buying all tho heard of the Courier-Journa- l. HEAVY FLEECED UNDEKVEAR.-5- 0c .tunlity a8c. acre la all things, fair In all things, clean In all Russell. G W 25c quality 10c. stock in this vicinity. They shipped a things. It Is essentially a family paper. By Vaught, John house and lot mixed car of hogs and cattle to Cincin a special arrangement we are enabled to of Waggoner, Thomas 50 acres nati for which they paid good prices. fer the WEEKL V COUltlER-OUUN- AL one Wilcher. J W 50 acres Miss Sarah Howard closed her school jearand this paper tor the price Patent, Vici, Velcm and Gun .Metal. 85 shoes at 83.38 named Robt N R 25 acees at the Hobbs schoolhouse Friday. She above. Bend your subscription for the com- White. 4.00 Shoo nt 320. 3.50 shees at 2.78. 3.00 shoes nt 2.28. I luslonville Coloied. has taught an exceptionally fine school, bination to us not tc the Oourler-Jou- r 2.50 ehocKtit 1.08. 2.00 shoes at 1.G8. 1.50 shoes nt 1.10, , Anderson, Ritter N R house aaJ los TV M?J9' 4 10 M- - S' wwVvi giving entire satisfaction and tho pupils Armstrong, Flank house and lot 8 45 mado rapid progress. The school enBarfield, Henry land 1 joyed a nice treat of oranges and can00 Foils 3 4G Bright, Lucy N R I acre dy. Recitals were part of the program 3 50 2 04 Blown, Nathan N R acres day, and many friends and of the last 3 00 2 4& Brown, Frank I acre patrons called to say good-by- e to the 2 50 1 08 Biuce, Robert house and lot and 3 acies excellent teacher before her departure Bruce. Gill N R 3 acres UndertaKera and Embalm -for home, Cloyd, Bettie 2 acres P. E Parrish is out again after a se2 25 Rubbers "Hall Hand ens. Also Dealers in 1 88 Davis, Ed house and lot vere spell of tonsilitis. Mrs. Susan " " 2 00 1 08 They Drye, Steve house and lot 1 Cress visited Mrs. Mahan at Lancaster. " " 75 1 48 will exchange Furniture for Durham, Dan N R 3 acres Mrs. Marinda Blankenship and daughGilbert, Marge 4 acres nil Kinds of Stock. gJQive ter, Miss Ellen, visited at lirodhead. Gillispie, Green house and lot Them a Call. Prices Right. Arthur Miller accompanied his aunt, Beiog the 1st dsy of the February term of the Givens, Ellen house and lot Mrs. Brent, to North Salem, Ind. Miss Lincoln county court, I will, between the hours Next Door to Lincoln L'juiityJNatiomtl Hank, Helm, James house and lot Ella Thompson, of Boyle, has been vis- of 9 o'clock A. M. and 4 p'clock STANFORD. KENTUCKY. P. M, in I locker, Mack 3-- 4 acre iting her friend, Miss Hallio Brown, in front of the court-hous- e door in Stanford, Ky., Henry I acre Garrard. Mesdames Richardson and sell at public outcry to the highest and best bid- Jones, Lyons, Martha N R house and lot Rfgsby, of Garrard, visited Mrs. Levi der for cash in hand, the following lists, or so McCormack, Ceo Sr 4 acres Bell. much as will pay taxes, cost and penalty. McCormack, Green 35 acres As fast as payments are made the names wil McKinney, Rine I acre Napoleon's Grit disappear. McKinney, Kate acre was of tho unconquerable, nov.er-sav-di- e The amount set opposite each name includes McKinney, Gmpbell N R house and lot kind, tho kind tbatyuit need most 6 per cent, penally and cost of advertising. Miller, Jim N R house and lot wbon you huve u bad cold, cough or Stanford White. Miller, James 25 acres lung dhoase. Supposo troches, cough, Blight, J. W. 140 acres 74 34 Moreland. Jennie I acie s vrups, uoi liver ollor doctors have Caipenter Sisters town lot sBVVVMsBsflssVC iisi 22 75 Owsley, Emily house and lot 12 25 all fall d, don't losa lioart r hope. Collins, Mrs Bettie 40 acres 160 Rifle, Smith house and lot 4 35 Take Dr King's New Discovery. Dawes, C L 2S acres 3 00 Riffc, Laura 2 3-- 4 acres 6 20 Satisfaction 1 guarantee! when used Matty, Jack acres 3 75 Shears, Thomas I acres for any throat or lung troublo, It has Manuel, Thomas S acres 1908-- 9 6 45 Singleton, Jessie I acre Ami thellUiu Jund Snow Full, hut saved thousands ot nopeless sufferers. Syeser, John and Dan N R I acre I 60 your.stock will keep warm in Sroiili, Patsy house and lot masters stubborn colds, obstinate Wheat, Mis Maggie 65 acres It 16 15 Smith, Thos house and lot WlrslsntassBSBasBy ,jsjp Atfr coughs hemorrhages, la grippe, croup Wdson,WEgdn27 Nunnellcy's acres 3 35 Walker, Thos house and lot Stock Yards -- fflssBWsMsaKMSBBsVBsSjpasrr f Sacldlory, asthma, hay fever and whooplngcough Yates. Wm his 50 acres I 60 Walker, Thos 2 acres Pletity of Covered Pens and Feed is the most safe and certain remo- and Stanford Colored, Welch, James house and lot credit $3 bal dy for all bronchial affections. 50c. Abbs, Ceo 2 ucres KY. STANFORD, d Water. Rest market in tho State. S bring them ou. Court Day, Weatheifoid. Bolia N R house and lot $1. Trial bottle free at Penny's Drug Barrow, .MsoucI N R I awe Weatherford, Judie Second Monday. I. M. Hituoi:, Assistant. Store. Bright, Tobe 8 acres Liocola County. T. J. HILL, FARMER'S DBPARTMEHT. I FOR Fity good owes for sale. W. E, Htock of general merchandise In Huston-vlllon Main Htreet. Well known stand Moss, Lancaster. nnd trade established, Write for particuV. II, Henry Bowman, of Rockcastle, Rot lars to MntertdwO PotlOfUtai Stanford at Ky. tmrui-clv- t $233 for tho tobacco from two acres. mailer. e Nlcholaavllle, The farm near The Interior Journal. SALE We Undersell Everybody. L.&N. TI7VIETHBLE No., JOS. Agont. J. J. BELDEN, Below Cost Furnishings. Cravanettes. ! A. S. PRICE, Surgoon Dontlst, FOR SALE Clothing, Shoes, Ladies' and Gent's B. D. CARTER, Dopot Stroot, Phono 00. MASON'S MEET. Failjandi Winter Stock, CLEMENS HOTEL Overcoats. Dinwiddie & - Men's Suits of Best Make. " Co., Jobacco Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, Hustonville, Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We car- r CONCRETING ry an of goods. line Boy1 Suits. " " HENRY PHILLIPS BROS., WATTERSON'S PAPER Hats. Largest Nahoney M, Weekly Courier Journal Insurance and Real Estate. Men's Cashmere and Worsted The Interior Journal Pants ONLY $1.50. Stanford. Phone 200. J.L.Beaziey&Co., All Shoes Go Below Cost. Kn. Sheriffs Sale For Taxes, The "Ball Band" Felts Rubbers " " " JUj Monday, Feb. 1410. Saturday, Jan. 15 Thirty Days Days. - C. McCIary, SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. Tiie Wintry May Come, Blasts New I s - .. 1, U,i,,.-- J , list Msaal ilillt ,