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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t- I 1 THE INTERIOP JOURNAL I VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 4 1910 NO 98 f OTTENHEIM D G Russell building a now hous on a tract of lund near this placo Tobacco barn building and tobacco iced sowing Is tho talk of the day A black wolf has been seen by sever al different parties In this section and it has caused no little excitement Tho pikes In this section still keop caving In leaving great holes and make ing traveling somewhat dangerous Tho noted belled buzzard can bo seen and heard most any time in this section as there is a roost near hero where hundreds of them gather Joseph A Rickelman spoko hero last Friday night in behalf of the Knights of Honor Ho has been trying to or ganlzo a K of II lodge at this place with uncertain results U L Chandler and Charley Kerr have formed a partnership and have been buying tobacco all over the lower end of tho county They are paying good prices for tho weed The housewives of this section ore talking of boycotting brooms unless prices get lower Some say they will t use pine tops while others says thoy will use tho wild broom sago grass for brooms like grandmother used to use Fritz Ilraunsweig says ho made his farm pay him 33 per cent during 1900 This is what wo call up todato farm log and any farmer who is not making both ends meet should tako a day off and como and get his Ideas on economical farming u fHUSTONVlLLEI C D Reid shipped his string of thor oughbreds to Louisville where under his skillful supervision they will be put fh shape after a long rest and are sure to crime homo winners this fall T The following studenta constitute the honor roll of our graded school for Jan I i 910 Paul Willis Thomas Back Mar gucretto Allen Nellie Allen Dunn San dldge Lena Kussell Virginia Grubbs I Harvey McKinney and Jesse Mason Hustonvllle Is composed of a home people who Justly take pride In that is helpful to our ijloving I bellevo wo have a mayor and committed to the good of our from personal motives but loyal citizenship and civic pride I boo hove the same is true of our business men then let us all get together as citizens and pull together for a popula tion of 2000 and all will reap the benefit of our labor and be happy All in terested please attend the next meet ing of our Commercial Club and learn tparticulars The Poor Constituent I Ho helped to oleo at Congressman To run the nations biz Worked very hard And as s reward Picked out St James for his But that place wasnt vacant I It Isnt vacant yet t So he agreed In case of need To try the cabinet An now ho writes his Congressman A hasty letter for A slight advance Also a chance To be a janitor Staggers Skeptics That a clean nice fragrant com pound like Bucklens Aruica Salvo will Instantly relieve a bad burn cut scald wound or piles staggers skop tics But great cures prove its a wonderful healer of tho worst sores ulcers i bolls felons eczema skin eruptions as also chapped hands sprains and corns Try it 250 at Pennys Drug Store J At least one death In Chicago can be charged up to the boycott on meat After a vegetarian diet for four days Goer Porler a sign painter could no longer resist and began ravenously up- in a hugo beefsteak and choked to death on almost the first mouthful I was under tho care of four different doctors during nine months and was cured of dyspepsia by Miona Mr Joseph Grondlne 197 Fountain Street Fall River Mass Guaranteed by G L Penny 50c Mrs Phillip W Webster 42 years of ago of Niagara Falls gave birth to her 2G child She married at tho ago pf 16 Five pairs of twins and one set of trip lets were included in tho number but nono of them lived Fifteen men are known to be dead and many others are missing presum ed to be penned up in entries by falls of slate as a result of gas explosion In the Browder mind In Muhlenberg noun ty a The Millersburg Bulletin is the name tSf a new paper that has just been start ed at Millersburg Rev W A Gard ner pastor of tho Christian church at that place in Its editor f IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The widow of B F Slavin la dead at Danvillo Stephen Tudor aged 61 la dead In JessamineJoe Chenault aged 31 Is dead In Madison of pneumonia Morris Hanibrough a printer Is dud at Harrodsburg aged 31 Edward Mary a Lexington tailor died suddenly ut Somerset Tho wife of former Lieut Gov J R Uindman is dead at Columbia The stave mill of T J Asher Son at Mill Race Bell county burned James W Gadberry aged 72 is dead in the Goose Creek section of Casey Klehardpon Bros store at Columbia was burned causing n loss of 2 000Squire John Hyatt a wellknown man of Anderson county died from heart diseaseJohn R Johnson a prominent citizen of AdaIr dropped dead at his homo in ColumbiaBert Is serving a sentence in tho Richmond jail for tho illegal prac tice of dentistry B D Spears for years a leading liv eryman of Nicholaivillo is dead of Heights disease It has been almost a year since a per son has been arrested in Junction City It is getting to be a model town Grover C Price has been appointed postmaster at Level Green Rockcastle county vice T J Price deceased Oscar Mcintyre charged with tho murder of Albert Koach at Bernstadt Laurel county was arrested in Pulas kl- Dr W E Mattingly well known throughout Central Kentucky died sud denly at his home in Lebanon of paral ysis of the heart C D Sutton has been appointed post master at Withers Rockcastla county and John T Lawrenco at Gum Sulphur also In that county Tho will of Elizabeth White which has beIn litigation in Buffalo has been aunuii d Bcrca College will re ceive a bequi of 5000 If there is a 17blic building bill this year Mlddlcsboro will got a 76000 postodlco This Is the only town not provided for in Edwards district Gordifn Givens the deputy sheriff who was shot by Ben Gatliff a miner at the mines of the Edgewood Coal Co died near Middlesboro from his wounds John Williams colored was fined 200 and 111 days in jail by a jury in the police court at Richmond on three charues of selling liquor In local option territoryGov appointed Dr Louis S McMurtry of Louisville W W Stephenson of Harrodsburg J C Atchl son and Winston Wiseman of Danville members of the Board of Commission ers of the State School For Deaf Mutes at Danville They were confirmed by tho Senate The Sweeney family reunion was held at the home of Mr and Mrs William lobby of 212 Maple street on Sunday when a fine dinner was served There were 35 guests present including Mrs Orma Lunsford and son of Stan ford Ky Mrs Jemima Delaney of Ma rion Mr and Mrs Stephen Sweeney of Marshall Mrs Harry Sweeney and fam fly of Darlington WInford Sweeney and family Frank Sweeney and fami ly Ross LIghtfoot and family Mr and Mrs Oscar Martin and Frank Marquis Music was furnished by Mr Marquis and Mr aud Mrs Oscar Martin The evening was spent In telling jokes and talking of old times Mrs Orma Luns ford and Mrs Jemima Delaney sisters had not seen each other for 2G years There was a joyful meeting between them Indianapolis Sentinel Mrs Lunsford is the mother of Mrs Bud Uoldcrman of this plac- eFarFetched Stories Lincoln said a veteran Chicago journalist used to laugh skeptically over the scurrllqus book Mrs TroU lopes Travels in America Lincoln used to say that if Mrs Trollopos book were true then the sto ry of the Senator and the plaice was gospelThis story Lincoln often told it was about a certain Senator to whom a Washington hostess said at dinner 41 Senator what kind of fish doyou prefer Plaice madam thank you the Senator replied politely- A gentleman on tho other side of the room then said with a loud laugh Ah Senator still a placehunter eh Whats that to you you dern stran ger exclaimed tho Senator indignant ly and whipping out his revolver ho shot the punster dead But afterward when tho joke was explained to him the Senator had a good laugh and confessed that he had been rather hasty and indeed to show that he bore the humorist no lasting grudge he went to the mans funeral It NEWS NOTES Fire in Baltimore lumber yards caused a loss of 250000 James Dayton 8 years old was rundown and killed by a street car In Lou isvilleThe rcdrying tobacco plant of J P Taylor Co of Lexington was dam aged 8000 by fire Tom L Johnson former mayor of Cleveland is believed to be in New York undergoing medical treatment Arthur Cook a Cairo III Negro wanted for selling booze was found by Federal officers in a Bible Institute studying to be a preacher Europes seven largest cities rank as follows London 4750000 Paris 2 700000 Berlin 22000000 Vienna 2 000000 St Petersburg 1430000 Mos cow 1350000 and Constantinople 1 100000 inhabitants Floyd Frazier under sentence of death at Whitesburg for the murder of Mrs Ellen Flanncry in 1907 collapsed when the Court of Appeals affirmed the death sentence Fraz cr Is only 20 years old An involuntary petition in bankruptcy was filed in the United States circuit court in New York against the firm of Fisk Robinson bond dealers The liabilities amount to 7000000 all but one million secured Argument on the appeal of Col Dun can Band Robin J Cooper began in the Supreme court of Tennessee Tues day They were convicted of the murder of former United States Senator Car mackand each sentenced to 20 years imprisonmentUpon told of tho death of his wife in a Lexington hospital Clarence L Fleming a contractor drew a re volver and fired a bullet into his body dying almost instantly The bodies of the husband and wife were buried in the same grave Angered by tho action of the Central Labor Union at Rome Ga In declar ing a meat boycott retail meat dealers and their employes representing 50 families In that city resolved to buy no clothing or dry goods until the meat boycott Is raised James A Baker of Attleboro Mass and two women whose identity Is unknown were killed and Russell A Talbot of New York was fatally injured at Denver Col when a trolley car crashed into the automobile in which lye persons were riding Over 100 miners are reported entombed in a coal mine at Primcro Col several miles from Trinidad Eight bodies have been recovered Conditions indi ate that all miners inside are dead It is estimated that there were at least 125 men in the mine when the explosion recurred Charles L Warriner the defaulting treasurer of the Big Four railroad as first witness in the trial of Mrs Jean etto StewartFord in Cincinnati said that ho had paid Mrs Ford 1000 a month for seven years from Oct 1902 Mrs Ford is charged with having blackmailed Warrener Her clothes saturated with oil pieces of a lace curtain tied tightly around her neck another piece binding her feet the dead and scorched body of Mrs Alice Van Zandt was found lying across a gas stove in the kitchen of her home in Cincinnati Her husband Is held by the police as a witness For the establishment of the George Peabody College for Teachers to be located at Nashville Tenn the sum of 1000000 was given at a meeting In Washington of the board of trustees of the Peabody Fund for the Advancement of Education in the South The location of the college was loft to the trus tees of the Institution Tho republican party in Indiana re organized its State Central Committee preparatory to entering upon the cam taignIn each of tho meetings in the 13 Congressional districts resolutions were adopted praising the admlnlstra lion of President Taft and declaring that the real issue in Indiana is the re election of Senator Bovertdge The people ot Uindman have already subscribed 10000 toward the rebuild- Ing of the Hindman W C T U settlement school which was burned and plans will be made immediately for its rebuilding Some of the largest trees In the native forests of Knott county will be used in tho building which is to can exact model of the burned build- Ing Life on Panama Canal las bad one frightful drawbackmala rll trouble that has brought suffering md death to thousands The germs muse chills fever and ague bllllous icsi jaundice lassitude weakness and general debility Dut Electric nit ers never fall to destroy them and cure malaria troubles Three bot jles completely cured me of a very se vere attack of malaria writes Wm A Fretwoll of Luoama N CCland ITO had good health over since Cures Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles and prevents typhoid 60c Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store I yalPMiIIIMPMiMIS 1M1PPt t 1 MPMq1PAt 1t t iIR1011 R A1PiZZ M Mrd sveraea rrvvevevvr va a I 44 4 4l i444 0 6Lb4 s- 6ti S4 4a 4 44 4 i4 44ti44 i2 44 4 4 444 4 t j JNOW GOES saks ti 4 y4- sty II AT COST In 4 z ys- e 2 j ihh h I 4 INOW is The Time To Bugii 4Yy I I 4 1 Cummins CC Wearer iftA 4yj zr0 tti 4STANFORD KENTUCKY i 2 IMIPPPPPPMPPMPPMaPPMPP444 41441V444141444444441444414 C- N4444444444444444444444444aZ iiAiillMlMARAIPiMMiMMI i CHURCH MATTERS Edmonton Metcalfe county is to have a fine new Baptist church Bishop Cyrus D Foss of the Metho dist church is dead in Philadelphia The congregation of the Walnut Street Baptist church at Owensboro voted to build a 10000 church Rev R C Blain of Louisville will preach at the Presbyterian rhurch Sunday morning and evening tho Gth Charles Sawyer and Miss Florence White wellknown young people of Somerset were made one in Lexington Rev D M Walkers throat has unproved sufficiently for him to preach Sunday nights und he will begin to do so next Sunday night at 716 sharp The Baptists are holding their regular services in the courthouse as they are getting ready for work on their new church which will bo one of the handsomest in this section of the State Somerset Journal The congregation of the Third Pres byterian church of Pittsburg Pa has raised the salary of its pastor 3600I because he declined to accept the pres- Idency of a college In this State He now receives 10000 yearly The price of Bibles will go up on March 1 according to an announcement by a large Bible publishing house at Chicago which has branches in Cincin nati Kansas City and San Francisco The cause for the advance is the en forcement of the new tariff on import ed leather and paper Bibles are now about 20 per cent higher than they have ever been before It said a member of the firm The materials for the best Bibles have gone up so high in price on account of the tariff that we can not afford to continue to sell our output at prices now listed- MATRIMONIALr Thomas French and Miss Maymo Lil lard popular Danvillo people will be married on the 10th Ansel Cundiff and Miss Alma Hag gard were married at the home of Eld J Q Montgomery in Casey by that gentlemanJ a prominent farmer of the Waynesburg section and Miss Han nah Jacobs were married at Rev J M Cooks by that gentleman MARKSDUUY Littln Jessie Edwin came Monday night to make his home with Mr and Mrs Ed Perkins Mr and Mrs Charles Pratt are in Garrard with Miss Lizzie Simpson who has been quite sick Mr Jack Dunn and wife of Lexington spent Monday and Tuesday with Mr J W Simpson and family Mr Bob Rout who Is making fine success as a merchant at Marks bury visited his parents Mr M F Rout and wife Sunday At a meeting of theflGcneral Educa tional Board in New York City an ap propriation of 25000 was made to Georgetown College J the Cincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5OOOOOO Surplus 4300000 Resources 34000000 s H SHANKS PRESIDENT WM BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH- H CCARPENTERBDOKKEEPER XHtfYS FOSTER CLER- KDIREOTOR8r W 0 Walker Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W CarterStanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T 0 Ran kin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor f- Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberta Creek FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 1882- CAPITAL STOCK 50000 v SURPLUS EARNED 20000 1 HASPAID IN DIVIDENDS 216 00 Ai Combines AbsoIuteSafety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICERS J S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baugbman Asst Cashr- WWSaundersBookkecper DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman M D Elmore J M Pettus H C Baugbman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson E C Walton J S Hocker C E Tate- ar 1- oFOR Rock Bottom Prices1 ONJ Wagons Plow Gear Buggy Harness 1 I4sL SAUNDERS Crab Orchard t l f 7 u R The Interior Journal SHELTON M SAUFLEY own n HON HARVEY HELM it n candidate for re nominationcounty from the Eighth district subject to the action of the demo cratlo party A TEMPEST IN A TEAPOT TilE Winchester people are certainly a lot of chumps that is to say those who participated in the indignation meeting with reference to the Nigh- Rider fake at Lexington The resolu tonsadoptcd denounce the Lexington papers and ask nil the citizens to cutoff their subscriptions to them In fact the name of Lexington is so obnoxious to them that they demand that Lexington street should be changed to Fairfax so that nothing will be left to recall that there is such a city as the capital pf the BluejGrass The night rider scare which connected Winchester in fcrenciallywas doubtless an honest mistake by the Lexington papers At any rate they have since acknowledged it to be so The alleged disturbance occurred at an hour too lato to verify it but even with that the action of the Winchesterpeoplo is childish It Is amusing tooutslders to see the jealousy and envydisplayed by Winchester against Lexington There is no reason for it except that the capital of Clark may think she is in Lexingtons class financially and materially which is a most violent rassumption The News boils over with indignation and says things about Lexington newspaper men that ought to secure its editor a threshing the next time he goes to the city LEXlNGTONJlBaloomsts lare bringing everything to bear on the subservient council to keep it from increasing the liquor license from 150 to 500 and it is doubtful whether the raise will be made The saloon men who object to a reasonable sum for dealing out liquidldamnation are but instru ments of their own destruction The people arelresUve for a chance to make the business entirely contraband in the State and just such a case as that at Lexington will hasten the time when saloons must go From all that we can bear if the County Unit bill were ap plied to Lexington saloons would be voted out The county people are al most unanimous against them and there are a sufficient number in the city who want saloons abolished to give the drys a good majority SHERIEF SlUrp of Chattanooga who was given 90 days in jail at Washington for contempt in letting a Negro be lynched of whose case the Supreme Court had taken cognizance was greeted on his return after serving the sen tence by 10000 sympathizers Without discussing the question of the guilt or Innocence of the Negro or whether he ought to have been hanged or not Sheriff Shipp was derelict of duty to say the least of permitting the help less prisoner to be taken from the jail by a mob and he should have been pun ishedmore than he was instead of being made a hero of The cowardice and connivance of officers tare responsible for too many lynchings and those guilty of eitherlought to be heavily pun ished besides having their offices taken from them IF the bill passes the Legslature it will hereafter be a finable offense to work on July 4th Thanksgiving or Christmas day Now if some lawmaking power will pass a law prohibiting people fromjworking altogether some of us may bejhappy yet you bet Such a law as thetflrct proposed is silly in the extreme This is a free country and people should not be made to cele brate whether or no- V JOY RIDING will become obsolete if the bill that has passed theSenate runs successfully the gauntlet necessary to make it a law It makes it a misde meanor punishable by n fine from 100 to 500 or six months in the peniten tiary This is rough on the riders whose disregard for human life has brought the public to the present feel- Ing against them MR BRYANS Commoner aays that the dispatcbfromlOmaha that ho will be a candidate for the presidency again is a raw unadulterated fake If not it certainlyought to be Mr Bryan is the greatest man in the country but three times andjout must be the call The democratic party is not so impov erished in men as to run one man for everA LAW in Louisiana prohibits a widow from marrying until 10 months have elapsed since thedeath of her spouse This is cruell The husband is just as dead when ho dies as he will ever be and there is little use in making the poor women wait especially since there is no law against widowers marrying as soon as theyget ready i A PITTRBURG man who predicted the end of the world to occur last Friday blew out his brains when the old thing wouldnt end If all such prophets were to follow suit there would be fewer gullible people to suffer for their predictions SWIFT Co who have suppressed competition in meats until it is an arti ficial market that the consumer is up against have sent to their district man I agers this order Do not make any talk about the boycott against meat whatever but keeptnoving right along and sell what beef sheep and lambs you have shippcdyou for every cent it is possible to obtain We fully believe that there will be an improved demand next week and improved prices will go with it which is the same as to say that Swift Co will mark up prices if the demand resumes The consumer is and the thattthe meat trust has started a story that If young men do not cat a great deal of meat they will become mollycoddles MR F SAUFLEY HUGHES who has made the Central Record a most read able and satisfactory paper for the past year has sold the plant goodwill etc to Messrs Joseph E Robinson and Green Clay Walker both wellknown young men of Lancaster It is with sincere regret that we see Mr Hughes leave the journalistic field lie is an excellent newspaper man and a most honorable competitor We trust that he will reengage in the business he is so well equipped for The glad hand is I extended Messrs Robinson and Walker with the wish that they will continue to make the Record a good family news paper and a credit to the little city in which it is published PARRISH who was sentenced for five years for robbing the depositors of his bank at Owcnsboro has been affirmed by the Court of Appeals says he does not understand why the Lord permits to believe his accusers When conIvlncinRly make them believe otherwise than that he is guilty The sanctimonious old fraud will get a part of his dues at I least in the penitentiary where he can continue to work the piety racket I IF L R Glavis testimony before the Congressional investigating committee can be believed Richard A Ballinger Secretary of the Interior ought to be made to go in disgrace without stand ing on the order of his going Ho tee tified that at Mr Ballingers suggestion he held up the Alaska land frauds until after the election in 1908 in order to obtain campaign contributions from two of the Cunningham claimants The trail of the serpent seems to be over them all- Two annoying errors crept in the ar ticle headed A Slick Scheme in our last issue The bill to get around the constitution so as to increase the salar ies of circuit judges does notgive them 1200 in mileage as stated but that amount of salary with mileage addi tional For basic principles of the law the types erroneously got it drastic principles TUB way the farmers ara robbed by the International Harvester Company is shown by the fact that it has just de clared a stock dividend of 33J per cent As much of the stock was watered this is going some especially since it is in addition to the large quarterly dividend usually declared POLITICAL Wm Hodges Mann was Tuesday in augurated governor of Virginia President Taft has reappointed J Sherman Cooper as collector of inter nal revenue for this district Senator Paynter of Kentucky plead ing illness resigned from the Ballin gerPinchot investigating committee Henry S Graves Tuesday actively assumed the role of forester of the Un ited States as the successor of Gilford PinchotThe session of the Kentucky Legislature will not go down in history as the only one containing Lilliards McNutts and Campbells Somerset JournalA Stanley won the democratic nomination for Congress in the Second district over G C Given and Lave a Clements He got 4000 more votes than both of his opponents The urgency deficiency bill which was reported to the Senate Tuesday carries 5713124 a net increase of 596799 over the amount of the measure as it was passed by the House On the recommendation of Secretary Knox the President has decided to re appoint Leslie Combs of Kentucky as Minister to Peru Senator Bradley had tried to secure the appointment to that place of H Clay Howard The army appropriation billas re ported to tho Senate carries 95440 568 which is only 142860 more than is appropriated in the bill as it passed the House The law for the present year carried more than 102000000 Reference to a possibility of impeach ment of Gov Charles N Haskell of Oklahoma and other State officials was made Ina resolution introduced in the lower house of the Legislature at Guth rio by Representative Humphrey United States Senator Culbertson of Texas whowent to Atlantic City for rest following a nervous breakdown continues to improve Rumors have resigninghisthere is no truth in the report 1 How To Collect Your Notes and Accounts I1I0w can collect what is owing me This ia the all important question every merchant wholesale firm business and professional men far mers and in fact every one today Never has the question been BO prominent in the busiuew world na it is today The loss of n few accounts may eat up your profits in business to collect n noto makes you that much poorer not wing able or in a position to give the proper at tention knowledge or experience to the adjustment or examination into some claim in which you have an interest may cnu o you tho loss of zany dollars Our province and our business is to help you iu these matters Whether it is n NOTE or ACCOUNT you are not able to collect or whether it is some clnim in which you have an interest which needs looking into carefully wo are prepared to do it and do if promptly This is our business wo lutiko it a study Wo have tho facilities mill we have tho experience nUll tho fact that wo have collected many dollars which were given up ns lost is ono of our best arguments in favor of what we can do Our terms are reasonable and we make no charges unless we collect We make collections anywhere in tho United States We recently collected an account for a firm in the adjoining county against a man in California If you have n claim which needs look ing after or n note or account which you want collected no matter how yourbusinessMAYS COLLECTION AGENCY WOODSON MAY Mgr Somerset Kentucky Here and There Thirtyfour miners were killed and seven injured as a result of an explosion in a coal mine at Browder Ky Tuesday 1 In the United States Senate Wednes day the urgent deficiency and the army bills werepassed carrying a combined appropriation of 102000000 Gov Noel sent a special message to the Mississippi Legislature extending the session for a period of 2G days The 30day time limit fixed by organic law expired Thursday Without a dissenting vote the bill in troduced in the Senate by Herman D Newcomb of Louisville providing for a nonpartisan commission of five to supercede the Louisville School Board as at present constituted passed the SenateAnother section of the fireruined building on Fourth street Cincinnati which on January 26 fell crushing an adjoining house and causing three deaths toppled over Wednesday Two men were killed outright and four others were injured Her husband and her dogs are treat ed alike in the will of Mrs Minnie Knochs who died recently in Harlem The document leaves 10000 as a trust fund the income to be used to support illleft Tho grand jury of Onondaga county N Y reported indictments for perjury against Iram C Reed president and Willard H Peck secretary of the Peoples Mutual Lifo Assurance Associa tion and League The indictments grow out of the recent deal made by John Tevis of Louisville Estimates made by the Postofflco Department indicate that approximately 300000000 onecent pieces annually are taken by the rural letter carriers from the letterboxes for the payment of postage on mail matter deposited Complaints against the practice hayo become so widespread that today the department issued instructions to all postmasters at rural delivery offices that after February 15 the practice will be discontinuedA says Tho most wonderful religious revival that this town has ever enjoyed has just closed at the Methodist church It began three weeks ago when Rev L B Bridges the Boy Preacher of the Methodist church came to town to fill tho appointment of another man for one day When he had preached his first sermon there was such a demand from alt quarters for him to stay that ho consented to do so and began his meeting Dur ing tho three weeks of his meeting there were over 300 converts a number equal to about 10 per cent of tho towns population r a Carload Of Fresh Lime JUST RECEIVED aetaars W H HIGGINS Stanford KentuCkYI iJR B MAHONEY Pres J T WHITE Seor W S FISH Treof The Citizens Realty and Title Co FA ntl Iuickmleswrite us STANFORD KY Promptness and Reasonable Commissions Our Specialty Phone 200 RURAL TELEPHONESMR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as u city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can bo accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for n sum that is small comparedwith the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Fur mom Lino rate If you are not nt present enjoying telephone service we KentuckyTennesseeIllinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL TEL CO er l o1troa4TIID I Itf 1 READYFor i t t Owing to an unprecedented good early Fall trade We sized up pretty wellr lllyBETTER CONDITION f 1 than usual at this season ofIthe year to supply needs We have all kinds r o ftI EccLweaLrfrom a babys soft sole at 25c to a 20 inch high top shoe at 750 boys and mens suits t Overcoats Raincoats Slickers underwear suit cases I gloves and hats atIH J McROBBRTS I STANFORD KENTUCKY 8IaragEEEg aE aIa8mG L Penny II II Coney E R Coleman m ItJr m The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil is a most t 11 Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and 00telm under a Guaran Di tiiII LeBftAll+ lJfB6B6riIBBE 1J American Wire Fence GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford I H B NORTHCOTT r I Dealer in Live and Dressed Poultry Ice Coal 1 Wool Hides Furs Salt Lime Gin seng and Feathers PHONE 35 LANCASTER KY BRANCH HOUSE STANFORD KY Thurman K Tudor Mgr Telephone No 1- 63HB NORTHCOTT Stanford I r fJ j 1612e 200 yarda short lengths stripe ginghams auitablo I ordrcsecs enirta and wash petticoats Ode lOc 200 yards Twilled Hickory for Shirts worth llic yd bought the piece t 12 in in if in 12cAlthough cotton goes tip we of 25 patterns 1inM good pcrcnlo ns you over bought for 12o t fThe Ky FEll 4 191 f t vSoul great bargains In box paper ew being closed out to make room for na stock at Pennys Drug Storo I PERSONALS eDK A S PRIce has been qulto sick r MR R G JoNKpwas in Winchester t this week MRS J D WEAREN visited Lancaster Tuesday MK II B WILKINSON was In Mt Vernon Wednesday MR B F ROUT was at London on business Wednesday MR THOMAS PHILLIPS visited friends In Iloosicrdom this week MRS W T SMITH has returned from a visit to Danville relatives MR JACK MCDONALD of Paris was tho guest of Miss Mary Durdette MRS 0 T TAYLOR Is spending some time tho homefolks In CynthlanaB- URNSIDB HUFFMAN Is with his sis ter Mrs J G Carpenter at Crab Or chardE F GREEN has returned from a visit to lierea and Big 11111 Madison hcountyI MR W W HAYS Is quite III His I daughter Miss Emma Hays is convalescing REV J T HOSKINS attended the Laymens Missionary Convention in i ILouisville SINGLETON Is himself onco more after a protracted Illness of typhoid fever Mn A T TRAYLOR went to Livings ton Wednesday to buy lumber for a big tobacco barn MR A T LINNEY of the Spoils I wood Specialty Co paid this office a call Wednesday I CHAR 1 CROW formerly of McKln ney Is now bookkeeper for Durham Cecil Danville merchants Mn T J PRICK and wife of Garrard took Wednesdays train for Tallahss sea Fla to spend some time t Miss OLDS RAINFs and brother Mr t Charlie flames of Corbin were guests tlb of their sister Mrs Bowen Goode MR CURTIS GOVER of Crab Orchard attended tho unveiling of tho Goebel monument at Frankfort yesterday I MRS E C WALTON returned Wed nesday night from a delightful visit to her brothers and sisters at Nashville MESSRS R RODINSON of Somerset and Mack Robinson of Louisville are with their brother Mr Sam Robinson MRS RG EVANS will go to Hot Springs Ark tomorrow where she will spend three or four weeksAdvo tats K G SMITH of the Brodhead section t of Rockcastlo has rented and moved to tho farm of Mrs Geo Logan In the East End MRS SUE C LANK who has mado n protracted visit to Parksvillo relatives returned to her homo at Clovcrdale Ind Tuesday MRS T S WEBB of Knoxville has arrived to bo at the bedside of her brother Mr George B Sauflcy who continues quite sick1 MRS NANCY FELAND who has been with her relative Mr R L Berry of the West End returned to her homo at Richmond Wednesday InlJlanapoIJLancaster took Tuesdays for St Petersburg Fla Miss LuELLAlBiilGHT Is In Shelby vllle soliciting for the Eureka Portrait Co of this place Sho is making a success of her now work MRS HENRYSALLEE of Lothbridge Province Alberta Canada has arrived at tho bedside of her mother Mrs J H McAhster who is very 11- 1MESSRS W S BURCH C V Gen I try Ed Wilkerson and Sam Raines attended the unveiling of the Goebel mon ument at Frankfort yesterday I Miss BERTHA JACKSON has organized t a class in elocution In the graded school and teaches hero in connection with her work in CorbinLondon SentinelI Mn W A CARSON was in Louisville Wednesday buying stock for his restau rant and fancy grocery ho will open on Lancaster street opposite tho court house next week- GREENBEIIRY BRIGHT and family havo l returned from Phoenix Arizona and are at present with his parents Mr and Mrs George P Bright Their ma ny friends aro glad to have them back in old Kentucky Ho la clerking for Goo B Farris 1 The Drudggery ofSewing Is lC8Bimcel by thejoy of having now and pretty materials to make up Wo have a most attractive assortment of materials for piecesnowBraids for trimming gingharna and percales lOc r Fifteen Pretty Patterns in a Fine 1 2 J2cSoft Dress GinghamJ SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY 1 InteriorJournal8TA- NFORDt MRS W II SHANKS is ill MRS LENA B COOK is improving Miss ANNA D McRoiiEuTS Is conval 0 racing I liON B B KINO of Moreland pass cd up to Rockcastlo yesterday to look after his landed interests Mn AND MRS W M HOBSON of Campbellsville are visiting the family of W P Stephenson at Maywood CHARLES JONES of Crab Orchard is working for the Telephone Company during the illness of George Burdett SATURDAYS Louisvlllo Times contain ed a good picture of Miss Mary Hope Carpenter tho handsome daughter of Mr J A Carpenter of PerryVille MR J W ACY of Stanford was at the Exchange Hotel Miss Null Wright who is attending school at Danville spent Friday and Saturday with the homefolks S J Bell and A C Sine of Stanford were here yciterday Liberty News LOCALS FOR field seeds call on T D New land ROLLER SKATES at per Call on Clalborno Walton FOR SALeA good second handed twohorso wagon W H IlIgginsI PURE Cannel block coal at Dcnhants yards at IBc per bushel delivered InI town FOR SALEApairofmules a har ness mare and a Jersey cow L R Hughea Stanford ATTEND the sale of J II Shore Co at J S Murphys farm in the West End today See ad 9 SMALL storeroom for rent Suita ble for photograph gallery Will rent cheap H C Anderson Stanford FOR SALFLot of locust posts Will cut to order J M Ware Stan ford R F D No1 Telephone No 72KING HOTEL at Crab Orchard for 8aloc at a bargain Will give easy payments Citizens Realty Co J T White Sec retary STARLE FOR RENT Has three stalls loft etc Located on street and con venlent for use Mrs L B CookI Stanford FOR sale at bargain 190 acres of land on good turnpike two miles from 8 Stanford Will sell as a whole or cutC In two if sold at once Tho Citizens a Realty Co J T White Secy THE Brown Comedy Co playing In c repertoire will hold the boards at Wale tons Opera House Thursday Friday and Saturday nights Feb 10 11 12 This company comes well recommended and it is hoped that it will receive nJliberal patronage T C BALL sold toGeorge D Flor once three houses and Iota on the creek for a fair remuneration and bought of W P Stephenson a boundary of land adjoining his farm near Maywood It Is a cold day In July when Tommy is not ready for a tradetIN our mention of death of Mrs Monroe Curtis last Issue wo stated that tho aged lady had been blind for many years We were in error Her husband lost his sight some years before ho died and wo complicated theI two Mrs Curtis was laid to rest be side the body of her husband in BuiTalo Cemetery Tuesday morningI AN Illustrated on Brazil will be given by Rev T C Bagby sonI of Dr W B Bagby tho missionary and himself a natlvo of South Amerl ca at the Baptist church Sunday night Feb G Admission free but a free of fering at tho close Tho lecture will begin at 7 oclock Rev Bagby will preach at the Baptist church Sunday morning ARTHUR GOOCH a stepson of Cam Gooch tho Negro who was found mur dered In tho hams Gap section the other day is in jail charged with kill ing his stepfather It is generally be lieved that ho Is guilty Thero is proof that he tried to dispose of tho pistol and watch known to belong to tho dead Negro and there aro fresh blood stains on the coat he wore that day The exam- Ining trial Is set for today Ed Gooch and John Street arrested as accesso Ties were recognized and were permit ted to go on their own bonds FISH oysters celery cranberries e I Saturday Geo II Ferris PIANO FOR SAL I Square variety Will soil cheap Apply at this office Fon ItanrOr theINTERIOI JOURNAL building Apply at this of lice IF you looking foroysters and celery go to J D Hortons restau rant THREE suites ofcoomsin the Odd Fellows building for rent Apply to Ed Wilkinson LARGE crowdsoattending Sajn Goldsteins salo It will continuo until further notice THY some pure C I coal Tho coal that lasts Denhams Coal Yards Stan ford and Rowland TEN shares of stock In Mr E P Owsleya bank at Columbus Ga the Fourth National changed hands hero this week at 275 IF you want overalls that will give you comfort try those sold by W W White proprietor of tho Country Store They aro the best mado JUDGE W A T r uLEhasha bought tho interest of B W Gaines In their 225acre tract of land a portion of the lIon J S Owsloy farm at Walnut Flat Tim Stanford Estate Co is having a room fitted up In the INTERIOR JOURNAL building for Its office A member of the firm will be In charge all of tho tlmoIALL parties having aimsagainst tho estate of Dr L B Cook aro directed to present them properly verified to my attorney P M McRoberts at once Mrs L B Cook administratrix Tim Lincoln County Medical Society will meet in Stanford at 1030 next Tuesday Fob 8 A full attendance is desired as important business will come the body Dr W F Hickle Secretary WE are under obligations to the CrabI Orchard Banking Co J C cashier for a useful presenta German whetstone The popular Institution avo away a largo number of them to Is customers and friends IWILLIAMSf the Yosemite section is dead after long illness He was a high Mason and a devout member of tho Christian church Mr Williams was tho father f Mrs William Wheat wife of one of Iddlesburgs merchants To Tim INSURING nLicIlaving suffered less to my tobacco and tobacco am by firo and being insured with esso D Wcaren tho Insurance man Stanford Ky I take pleasure in roo commending both Mr Wearen and tho companies represented by him to the public for their prompt and liberal set tlement of my loss I also wish to state that Mr Wearen was Insuring tobacco and tobacco barns during night rider troubles when other companies would not so I recommend him and his com ponies to tho farmers of this and adjoining counties L D Ilorncy Way nesburg Ky R F D No2 Jan 20 1910 HONOR ROLL of Stanford Graded School for January Grade IM S Baughman Jr Smith Burke Joanna Ballou Elsie Coleman Harvey Embry Annie Leo Eubanka Mack Farmer Joo Grimes Margaret Shanks William Tate Manuel Turpin Isabel Warren Grade 2Sophlo Saunders Sadie Wearen Stella Walker Elolso Beazley Sam Craig James Burke Morris Jack sonGrade 3Hester Anderson Earl Baughman Tildon Cooper Bailey Dawes Rachel 11111 John R McKinney Willie Rankin heath Severanco Sarah TraylorGrade 4 Hobart Arnold Annie V Craig Frances Embry Sylvia Farmer Clarence Singleton Grade 5Matsy Grimes Nelllo W Hill Lettio W McKinney Jean Pax ton Clinton Coleman Jesse Rocker Hartwell Shanks Grado G Frances Brackett Tittle Goldstein Bessio Moore Efllo Ware Grade 7Mary S Cook Sallie M Craig Anna D McRoberts John T McAlister Mary M Ranoy Maymo SingletonGrade 8Marlon Grimes Twenty Pieces Swell Pattern in Dress Ginghams 12 12 I IF tho ground hog didnt sco his shad ow Wednesday tho little varmint hadnt enough benso to do so Now for six long weeks of bad weather ofton owe me an account to please call and settlo so I can straighten up my business at onco Respectfully J M Phillips Com o SURE Smith Johnsons minstrels will oppear at the Theatorlum Tuesday night Feb 8 Como and en joy a real Southern Negro play 15 stars and between acts high class moving pictures At Theatorium MR W II RIGNEY ofthis place has bought the Chrisman farm of 120 acres between Moreland and Huston ville at 100 and will get possession soon Wo commend Mr Rigney and family to the good peoplo of the West End MRS NANCYd ARNOLD the aged grandmother of Mrs R M Newland of this place and sister of Capt J B Willis of Crab Orchard Springs died nt Richmond and was buried there on Tuesday Capt and Mrs Willis at tended the burial THE DrV D Tardtff col ored who was a sister of John Cook dfed Wednesday and was buried yetter day afternoon She leaves five little children The good peoplo of Stanford and vicinity deeply sympathize with Dr TardifT and his children in their loss John Lester destyand Miss Ma mlo Daly were married at Danville A receiver has been appointed for the Mexican National Packing Co The total liabilities Including stock are Ap proximately 37000000 counI ty Cooley Johnson a prominent farm er was shot and killed by Benton Mc Millin a Negro who has been arrested Commander Robert E Peary discoverer of the North Pole has made a proposition to tho National Geographical Society which if accepted will mean that an American expedition will on its way to discover the unconquered South Pole next Fall RAW FURS BOUGHT TRAPPERS ATTENTION I lE BURKHAflDT RACCOON SKUNKMUSKRAT MINK op SSUlhnd OTHER KINDS WRITE FOR SPECIAL OUOTATIONS ADDRESS tnaelenke DlaclaQall 01 Cockerels For Sale I will have pure bred cockerels of differ ont strains on the tnreeti of Htnnford and Lancaster for tale county court days In February MHH WI WHITE KyRThe Great Texas Panhandle Rich land lithe bests of oil wrnltb Tho Safest Investment and the surest money maker Is rlcn lund God Is stillfarmingretting on the day He is not making any more land Too Texas Pan handle lathe last of the rich loyal land for settlement In this country Fortunes will be made on the advance in prlcu on these lands In the next few years Homo seekers will go no further when they er county Is the garden spot nlllllprldo of the The best watered and the rich est land no clearing or or cyclones High altitude delightful cll mate A proven wheat country First prize awarded our wheat and oats at tho National Corn Itxposltlon at Omnha Nebraska Forfreo Illustrated booklet address JAMES FUYKHEOTinIAUOniniH VIAL OM7- 1ITullaBwlshor Vounty Texas PUBLIC SALE Having recently sold toekour urm en the and Ilustonvlllo plkeI mile- sfrotnliustonvlllotoJ14Murpbywe have decided to return to North Carolina and consequently wo will on Friday February 4th J9JO Soil for tho high dollar all of our personal ty consisting of Four Fine Teams of Mules All Id hands high and young and sound and rut with good weight sonic cattle and horses All of our Farming liu havingbeenhemp machine Peering snake tobacco sot tors cultivators Turning plows Disc liar rows 2 good wagons Mid many other things too numerous to mention About HayAbout About 20000 tobacco sticks and about CO acres of hemp BRie to begin promptly nt 9 A M Terms made known on day of solo Will sell with out reserve of limit Dont forget that this staff goes whether the ground hog sees his thadowornot J I OIIANDLIIRAue- tJ H SHORE OX CO I Hair The new style of Head Dress requires x Switchand a turban Wo have them at astonishingly low prices Ask to look at these goode L R Hughes T W Humble W O MtiuI il BIG Goods Embroidery And Lace SALE IIHamburg and insertion to match widths from Ito 10 inches ma erial nainsook and Swiss values from 121jc to 3Cc Choice 8c per yard Also big values in laces edges and insertions In vnl toreclion and linen values from 10 to 15c per yard choice 5c per yard We have anything you are lookidg for in white goods at right prices s i HUGHES MARTIN CO I I 1 Dry Good Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKYjl o Dress Ginghams jI 1 1 The largest As sortment ever Brought to this Market A I w E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky Tin inQ Plumbing Heating Dont let 1910 pass without having hot and coldwater through your house with a beautiful w- hitePorcelain Bath Outfit Have W K WARNER to install your country water works witk reasonable prices and guarantee We also carry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS Roofing and Roofing PaintsICall and see us W K WARNER I Stanford Ky W fc irCARTYPrcs E C WALTONVPrc3 L R HUGIIE88 AT Stanford Real Estate Co I Stanford KentucKy farads and Town Property Handled pn Comniiioh Stocks iaml Bonds- Sold If you Have Property to Bell or Rent Notify Us Write for Circular to iL R HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky y The Interior Journal I JateredinfifePoOJceal Stanford at ltswnd das matter L N TIME TKBLE No lMoutbl1l rM No JHoutbIO A M No J4 North 440 A S- NofNortb54 p X No rl0211 A x- NoIS2IOPM I JOS S RICE Agont A S PRICESurgeon Dentistt i STANFORD KENTUCKY I Ofice over McRoberU Drug Store in r the Owsley Build- inMASONS MEET r meotin a0iford Ky Members of elite lodges nro Ira ttrnally Invited to bo present T W lon slngton Bee Fall and Winter Stock Save jour measure taken b a toiletaz perience Then your theilnoethevenlnwgprice business suit or lotho tw 111 have that Individuality and fit which plainly Indicate they were made to1 are fore extra trousers fancy take your ves meas s sts4 and overcoats Fall and Winter- amples on hand ready for your inspection 110 HUPLEYTheTallor Stanford Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the best ns well af the frostiest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes In connection with the nbove 1 have nil Undslof vegetables on hand at reasonable prices OIIRIBTMAN GREEN HOUSES a ED IIUIIIIAKD 1llOB- Stanford Ky lJtIurs Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- heI Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone SO Office 96 Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedCONCRETING eitlontoodoellkfadsWe are In of con rating such as Block Work Pavement sued In fact we can make any thing from tBoose down to a fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee flrftclass pricesbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Mahoney m fish Insurance and Real Estate All kinds of INSURANCE all lands of property Only the larg est companies represented Rates as low as can be badanywhere Stanford Ky Phone 200 JlBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm err Also Dealers in Fur nitureJMattingsRug8 They willexchange Furniture for aU Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Mndortakor Embalmer and baler In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Otlot Phone 187 Home Phone M p FARMERS DEPARTMENT Fity good ewes for sale W E Moss Lancaster Dogs killed three and crippled 15 fine sheep for C M Sumrall in Boyle FOR SALE40 bushels Blue Grass seed in chaff Price 115 bushel W M Bright FOR SALE Nice lot of extra good orchard grass and blue grass seed Jas D Shelby Junction City Ky John K Baughman of the West End sold to A Quisenberry of Lin coln III two fine jacks for 2000 W W Razor of Bath county sold a pair of twoyearold mules for 340 and a pair of three year olds for 500 Of tho 8200000000 that the farms of the United States yielded in 1909 the Souths share was 2400000000- A T Traylor bought of W P Robinson a team of horses for 300 and re fused 450 for them a few days later FOR SALETwo coming twoyear old mules and two coming threeyear olds Josiah Anderson Stanford R F D No4 From the crowd and the live stock trading going on here yesterday you would have thought it was court day Somerset Journal A cansiderable crop of tobacco was raised in Knox county Over 50000 worth of the weed changed hands at Barbourville in a few days Walter 0 Walker sold to Johnson of Boyle a bunch of 1250pound cattle at BJc He also bought two pairs of coming twoyearold mules at 250 to 300 I HAVE an eightyearold wagon team for sale Also a fiveyearold wagon horso for sale or I will trade him for a good driving horse This horse will weigh about 1100 and a good one B D Carter Wakefield Wright of Shelbyville bought of W T Robinson of Boyle five extra good muleo at 240 They also bought of H D Stiles of the same vicinity three at 200 and a harness mare for 175 Charlton Alexander sold to Ford Brent 458 acres of unimproved land lying on the Bethlehem road in Bourbon county for 60000 This is said to be the biggest deal for unimproved land ever madd in Central Kentucky- I will sell at public auction at Nun nelleys stock pens at 11 oclock Mon day morning February 14 1910 court day 12 twoyearold mules and eight or nine highgrade twoyearold Jersey heifers which will calve in the spring Remember the place date and hour W H Rigney Stanford The mammoth dairy of the Elmen dorf stock farm of James B Haggin the New York millionaire in Fayette county will soon have in use about 400 cows and arrangements will be made to extend the sale of the milk from Lex ington to the other towns connected by interurban railroads and also shipped toCincmnatiBAROAIN257 710 acre farm about five miles from town on good pike 1 mile from school church and store 100 acres fine tobacco land Nine room brick residence 240barrel crib shed granary silo barns etc Fencing good and place well watered Nine neverfailing springs cement troughs etc In a splendid neighborhood Stan ford Real Estate Co James R Keenes horses have won a total of 1390000 on the American turf in the last seven years according to figures given out by the Jockey Club Second place for the time specified goes to H P Whitney with a total of 486 000 Other high figures are Barney Schreiber 451000 Sydney Paget 424000 August Belmont 400000 J E Madden 392000 The largest cattle deal which has been consummated in the county for some time was closed a few days ago when John L Helm sold 98 export steers to Sam Bell of Glendale They averaged about 1400 pounds and will be weighed and dolivered on Saturday The price paid was 575 per cwt mak ing the entire bunch foot up close to 8000 Elizabethtown News BARGAIN 354 acres of good land of which 100 acres is bottom land eight room dwelling two good stock barns new tobacco barn 30x96 ice house buggy house two corn cribs etc two good cisterns the whole farm being well watered well fenced and lays well Will sell as a whole or cut 200 acres with improvements to suit pur chaser which includes 100 acres as fine bottom land as there is in the county This is a bargain See L R Hughes Stanford Ky sThe Best Hour of Life Is when you do some great deed or discover sonic wonderful fact This hour came to J RPitt Kooky Mt N C when he was suffering Intensely ho sass from the worst cold I ever bad I then proved to my great satisfaction what a wonderful Cold and Cough cure Dr Kings New Discovery is For after taking one bottle 1 was entirely cured You cant say nhythlng too good of a medicine like that Its the surest and best remedy for diseased lungs Hemorrhages LaQrippe Asth ma Hay Fever or any throator lung trouble 5GcSl Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Thejiandaome home of Len A Spald ing in Lebanon was badly damaged by fire I j Touching Verse At first she touches up her hair To see if its in place And then with manner debonair She touches up her face A touch to curls behind her car A touch to silken collar And then shes oft to hubby dear To touch him for a dollar Neworlenns Times Democrat Struck A Rich Mine S W Bends of Coal City Ala says ho struck a perfect mine of health In Dr Kings New Life Pills for they cured him of Liver and Kidney trouble after 12 years of suffering They are the best pills on earth for Constipa tion Malaria Headache Dyspepsia Dtblllty 25c at Pennys Drug Store r First United States Senator Has he ever had any experience as a diplomat Second United States SenatorWell- no but hes always lived in perfect harmo ny with his mother ln law or Thompson Price bought 204 acres of ridge land from the Foglo heirs for 1000 In this tract of land fully 200 acres can be made good tobacco land Liberty New- sWifeyDearest will you love me when my hair is gray 7 HubbyIve loved you through three shades of hair now so I guess I will The bee is like a man All up And down the world he beats it He gathers honey all his life Some other fellow eats it Why does Great Britlan buy its oatmeal of us Certainly it seems like carrying exportingsendshundredsQuaker Oats to Great Britian and urope The reason is simple while the English and Scotch have for centuries eaten oatmeal in quantities and with a regularity that has them the must rugged physically and active mentally of all people the American has been eating and all the time to improve the methods of manufacture so that he might get that desirable foreign trade How well he has succeeded would be seen at a glance at the export re on Oats This is regularlOced tins for hot climates 51 FOR SALE I Stock of general merchandise In Huston YUle on Main Htreet Well known stand pnrtlcularsto Hustonville Ky Auctioneer I I offer my services to the of Lin HntUfnrtloniMorelnnd Ky II K D No1 Residence Turnersvllle Stock of Merchandisei for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock of Oro ceries and a good bust ReasonIllCEO D HOPPKK Htanford Ky HOME FOR SALE I One story cottage of eIght rooms and all necessary outbuildings Lot contains one roomybarngarden spot This Is a desirable place located on corner of Whltley and streets A II HOLTZOLAW Stanford Ky FARM FOR SALE My farm of 57 acres of good land well Im roved well watered nnd fenced Is for Pale it Is located seven miles from Stanford In the May wood section House has six rooms outbuildingsAJ T LIVINGSTON It F D No 1 Stanford Ky TRIBBLE PENCE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phono 133 Stanford KentucKy Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monu ments Markers and Posts Cemetery nnd Lawn SicKinney NOTICE I Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Harris in the West End In surance Agency Get your policies written right in a good com pany by W J CAMPBELL Huetonvillo Ky I J J I BELDEN For house carriage and sign painting deco rnllvo paper hanging also tuggy trimming of all kinds such ni tops recovered curtains nncl boot tnmlo H top over Aldrltlgei blnck KyPhoneJ J1IKI1KN I FOR SALE I Govflr Hotel at Ornb Orchard nlno storeroom Jutt neroii street with pout ollloo nil Joining and n cottugo or ollloe of three rooms All necessary outbulldlllilIslim OUIITIH COVER Crab Orchard Ky FARM FOR SALE I A 0001 farm of tat acre ilouso tins four goodllnnland II about hull Virgin loll adnpted to raising grass hay corn wheat oats hemp nnd tobacco nnd Is nil In grass except nbout choolJchurcbellI nnd outhouses Lock llox 191 I Stanford Kentucky BaD CARTER Now Livorv Dopot Stroot Phono 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY CLEMENS HOTEL J L KLKIV Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKY Large airy outside rooms Commercial traveler a specialty Htwolnl rates by week or month The proprietor n former Lin cola county man and his should re member him when stopping In his town Dinwiddie CoM Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods HENRY WATTERSONS 1 PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In the United States have not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all things fair in all things clean la all things It 1s essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to offer the WEEKLY COUBIKBOURNAL one year and this paper for tho price named above Send your subscription for the com bination to usnot tc the Oourler- JourPOSTED trlctlyforbkIhuntingpassing on our places and will prosecute vi olators to the full extent of the law Slips Mattie Howes Itolchenbach Bros Fred llaumann A T Traylor IjltburnGooch N II Ilummer NunnelllYJJ1 Bruce David Stevens JohnUamenlsch WmOordler Dan Traylor M D Elmore OotllbOllck Kred Handorf JJThompson D M Anderson J K Moser Mr and Sirs Jas H Kadi A Klluisa MrsNJ Horton SIrsGeoLoganWnovo Father Leo DrlG1erryII Wdntnes H HIIaugbmun Uriah Albright A D Hoot Mrs Margaret Coach Jacob lander Heo O Cllvens W II Truylor Ham Ilolwrts John Jufer Amend Schaefer M J Hofmann ET AU Mutheny OwslcyMHT Harris IlO Wutkli- nJOHundley H If Grow Sire Nannie 11 Good O K McOlure Anderson Oarr Anton Honeckor W SL III hon Fred Vouartienlgali T It Ituughman Mrs Kate Ador Nlo Glutz Jus Itobeccn H Carpenter W Kopntz M K Lawrence John H Leo D Hovlers Christian Jacob Tom Kerrlll W W Pitman Fred Iayk Alex Cooper J Nevin Carter K n Denhom Henry IlldUer- H O Anderson W D Hooch nusOelszl TA nice Ileuben Curtis Chris Camenlsch HpoonamoreI WIurlmclJLs It E Gaines Mrs Mottle White KeetonI r it We Undersell Everybody +++ M +M ++++ +fHM+ Below Cost ll I OFFKK MY ENTIUE OF Clothing Shoes Ladies and Gents i S Furnishings 1 r I 1 Gravanettes 820 00 Cravauettca 12 OS IS 00II u 4jB 16 oo II 1fi48 18 00 II 8 18 r a 12 00 78 Overcoats 820 Overcoats 810 00 I 18Ie 0 08 1C Ie 7 78 12 60II u0 10 Ie 0 48 850 578 6 00II 808 5001 8481 00II 208 800 1 2 28 250 171J Mens Suits of Best Make 82C 00 Mens Suits 8 03 22 CO 1048 20 00 ItJ248 18 00II 11 03 1C 00II 8 48 13 50 Co70S12 60H748 10 00If 0 48 U 00t 5 48 80O 4 03 60 4 CS G 00 1 3 08 fi 00II 2 08 Boys Suits Straight and Knickerbocker Panto 1UI5D 88 00 Boys Suits 1C 48 7 ISII 408 6 CO II r 4 48 0 00 II 3 48 400 427in 00II 22I2 CO 14 2 00II 01- I Hats Largest Stockin Town 84 00 John n Stetson HaU 2 98 3 60II 278 3 00 hats 2 28 2 50 1 08 2 00 1 48 1 50 08 100 78rMens Cashmere and Worsted PantsSDuchess Trousers 5 00II II 3 pi 1 90II IIJ28 350 111 268 3 00II 2 10 2 lJOII II 108k 2 00II 148 1 50IIIIOSBOYS PANTS Straight and Ivuickerbookor 14c to S1U8 HEAVY FLEECED UNDJmWBAlt50e quality 38c 25c quality lOc All Shoes Go Below Cost Patent Vici Velem nnd Gun Metal 85 shoes at 8338 400 Shoes at 329 350 slices at 278 300 shoes at 228 250 shoes nt 198 200 shoes at 1C8 150 shoes at 110 The Ball Band Felts4 00 Felts 3oJ 3 50I I 2 ii3 00 24 2 50II 1 fl8ifr 7N Rubbers 2 25 RubberaHall Band 1 ts8 2 00II 1U8 1 76II 1 48 Saturday Jan J5Thirty Days Days I Next Door to Lincoln CountyJNotionul Bank SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY 7 TfteWintryBlasts May Come And thoJRaiu sand Snow Fall but our stockvill keep warm ia Nunnelleys New Stock Yards Plenty of Covered Pens and FcoU and Water DarSecond i