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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): February 4, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 int1910020401_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 4, 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. VOL. XXXVII. OTTENHEIM. The Interiop Journal STANFORD, KY NEWS NOTES. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1910. NO. 08 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. I II. 0. Kusicll Is buildlnir a now houso on n tract of land near this place Tobncco barn biilldinc ami tobacco iccl sowing Is tlm talk at the day. A bUck wolf has been seen by several different parties In this section and it has caused no little excitement. Tho pikes in this section still keep tnak-IncavinK in, leavinR Rrcat holes and traveling somewhat danRcrous. Tho noted belled buzzard can bo seen and heard most any tlmo In this section as thoro Is n roost near hero where .hundreds of them Rather. Joseph A. Hickclman spoko hero last Friday niRht in behalf of the Knlnhts of Honor. Ho has been trylnR to a K. of II. lodRO at this place - j: Chandler and Charley Kerr , have formed a partnership and havo been buying tobacco all over tho lower end of tho county. They aro paylnR Rood prices for tho weed. Tho housewives of this section oro talking of boycotting brooms unless prices Ret lower. Somo say they will use pine tops, whllo others says thy will uso tho wild broom ingo Rrass for brooms like "grandmother used tome." Fritz Hraunswclg says ho mado his farm pay him 33 per cent. durlnR 1909. farm-In- s This is what wo call up todato any farmer who Is not mnking and both ends meet should take a day oir and como nnd get his Ideas on ccono-micK. L. al with uncertain results. farming. HUST0NV1LLK. C. B. Held shipped his string of thoroughbreds to Louisville, where- under 'his skillful supervision, they will bo put fn shape, after a long rest, nnd are sure to come homo winners this fall. Tho following students constitute tho honor roll of our graded school for Jan. ,,1'JIO: Paul Willis. Thomas Hack, Allen, Nellio Allen, Dunn Lena Itussetl, Virginia Grubbs, Harvey McKinney and Jcsso Mason. g Hustonville Is composed of a people, who Justly take prido in any movement that is helpful to our city. 1 believe wo havo a mayor and council committed to the good of our city, not from personal motives, but loyal citizenship and civic pride. I believe tho samo is true of our business men. Then let us all get together as citizens and pull together for a jwpula-tio- n of 2.000 and all will reap tho beneAll Infit of our labor and bo happy. terested please attend tho next meeting of our Commercial Club and learn to San-didg- e. home-lovin- Tho widow of H. F. Slavlnls dead at Firo In Baltimore lumber yards causDanville. ed a loss of $250,000. Stephen Tudor, nged CI, U dend In James Dayton, 8 years old, was run down nnd killed by n street car in LouJessamine. Jno II Chrnault, nged .11, is dead in isville. Mndison of pneumonia. Tho rcdrying tobacco plant of J. P. Morris Hansbrough, n printer, is dead Taylor & Co., of Lexington, was damaged $8,000 by fire. nt llnrrorisburg, aged 31. Tom L. Johnson, former mayor of lidward Mary, a Lexington tailor, Cloveland, is believed to bo In New died suddenly nt Somorct. Tho wife of former Lieut. Gov. J. H. York undergoing medical treatment. Hindtnan is dead at Columbia. Arthur Cook, a Cairo, III., Negro Tho stave mill of T. J. Ashor & Son, wanted for selling booze, was found by Fedoral officers in a Bible Institute at Mill Itacc, Hell county, burned. James W. Gadbcrry, aged 72, Is dead studying to be a preacher. In the Gooso Creek section of Casey. Europe's seven largest cities rank as Itlchnrdron Bros.' store at Columbia follows: London, 4,750,000; Paris, Berlin, 2.200,0000; Vienna, was burned, causing a loss of St. Petersburg. 1,430,000; man 1,350,000, and Constantinople, Squlro John Hyatt, a inhabitants. of Anderson county, died from heart Floyd Frazlcr, under sentence of disease John It. Johnson, n prominent citizen death at Whitesburg for the murder of of Adair, dropped dead at his home in Mrs. Ellen Flanncry in 1907, collapsed when tho Court of Appeals affirmed Columbia. Ilcrt Azbill is serving a sentence in tho death sentence. Fraz er is only 20 the Itichmond jail for tho illegal prac- years old. An involuntary petition in bankrupttice of dentistry. It. D. Spears, lor years leading liv- cy was filed in the United States cireryman of Nicholnsville, is dead of cuit court in New York against the firm of Fisk & Robinson, bond dealers. Dright's disease. It has been almost a year sinco a per- The liabilities amount to $7,000,000, all son has been arrested In Junction City. but ono million secured. Argument on the nppcal of Col. DunIt is getting to be a model town. Grovcr C. Price has been appointed can B. and Robin J. Cooper began in postmaster at Level Green, Hockcastle tho Supremo court of Tennessee Tues county, vice T. J. Price, deceased. day. They wcro convicted of the murder Oscar Mclntyre, charged with tho of former United States Senator and each sentenced to 20 years' murder of Albert Koach at Hernstadt, Laurel county, was arrested in Pulas imprisonment. Upon being told of tho death of his ki. Dr. W. E. Mattingly, well known wife in a Lexington hospital, Clarence throughout Central Kentucky, died sud- L. Fleming, a contractor, drew a redenly at his home, in Lebanon of paral- volver and fired a bullet into his body, dying almost instantly. Tho bodies of ysis of the heart. C. D. Sutton hns been appointed post- the husband and wife were buried in master at Withers, Hockcastle county, the same grave. Angered by the action of the Central and John T. Lawrenco at Gum Sulphur, Labor Union, at Rome, Ga., in declaralso in that county. Tho will of Elizabeth White, which ing a meat boycott, retnil meat dealers n litigation in Buffalo, has and their employes, representing 50 has bo. families in that city, resolved to buy no been sinuu ). Hcrca College will clothing or dry goods until the meat a bco,u. of $5,000. $2,-00- 0. Mos-cowell-know- n Car-mac- k, 44 ii 4 It ii 44 44 44 44 32 44 44 if I EVERY !! 44 THING I! 22 44 44 22 44 44 22 44 44 I NOW GOES n:$ I !! ?4 A. ?i 5? AT COST I Now 1 2? 5 i! is The Time To Buy. & 8 ? 8 I Cummins 2: Wearen, I! I, H' 2 is 8 2; s j'1 If thcru is n ''blic building bill this year. Middlesboro will get a $75,000 This is the only town not postoilico provided for in Edwards' district. GordAi Givens, tho deputy sheriff who was shot by Ben Gatliff, a miner particulars. The Poor Constituent. , Ho helped to olect a Congressman To run tho nation's biz; Worked very hard, And as a reward Ticked out St. James for his. But that place wasn't vacant- -. .. (It Isn't vacant yet) t So ho agreed, In case of need, To try the cabinet. An now he writes his Congressman, A hasty letter for A slight advance, Also a chanco To be a janitor. at the mines of tho EdgewoodCoalCo., died near Middlesboro from his wounds. John Williams, colored, was fined $200 and 111 days in jail by a Jury in tho polico court at Richmond on three charges of selling liquor in local option territory. Gov. Willson appointed Dr. Louis S. McMurtry, of Louisville; W. W. Ste phenson, of Harrodsburg; J. G. Atchison and Winston Wiseman, of Danville, members of tho Board of Commissioners of the Stato School For Deaf Mutes at Danville. They were confirmed by tho Senate. The Sweeney family reunion was held tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. William Hobbs, of 212 Maplo street, on Sunday, when a fine dinner was served. There 35 guests present, including wcro Mrs. Orma Lunsford and son, of Stanford, Ky; Mrs. Jemima Delancy, of Ma rion; Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Sweeney, of Marshall; Mrs. Harry Sweeney and fam ily, of Darlington; Winford Sweeney and family, Frank Sweeney and fami ly, Boss 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 Lunsford and Mrs. Jemima Delaney, sisters, had not seen each other for 26 yeurs. There was a joyful meeting between Mrs. them. Indianapolis Sentinel. Lunsford is tho mother of Mrs. Bud Holdcrman, of this place. 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 five persons wero riding. Over 100 miners are reported entomb ed in a coal mine at Primcro, Col., several miles from Trinidad. Eight bodies CHURCH at Stappors Skeptics. That a clean, nice, fragrant compound llko Ilucklen's Aruica Salvo will Instantly relievo a bad burn, cut, scald, wound or piles, staggers skeptics. Hut great cures provu Its u wonderful healer of the worst sores, ulcers, bolls, felons, eczema, skin eruptions, as also chapped bauds, sprains and corns. Try It. 25o at Penny's Drug Store. i ' At least one death In Chicago can bo charged up to tho boycott on meat. After a vegetarian diet for four days, d Stories. GolT I'orler, a sign painter, could no "Lincoln," said a veteran Chicago resist ond began ravenously uplonger on a hugo beefsteak and choked to death journalist, "used to laugh Bkoptically over the scurrilous book, Mrs. Trol- on almost tho first mouthful. . I. lope's Travels in America. "I was under tho caro of four differ"Lincoln used to say that, if Mrs. ent doctors during nlno months and Trollopo's book wcro true, then the sto was cured of dyspepsia by ry of tho Senator and the plaice was Mr. Joseph Grondine, 197, Fountain gospel. Street, Fall Kivcr, Mass. Guaranteed often told It-- was "This story-Linc- oln by G. L. Penny, 60c. about a certain Senator to whom a Washington hostess said at dinner: Mrs. Phillip W. Webster, 42 years of " 'Senator, what kind of fish doyou ago, of Niagara Falls, gavo birth to her prefer?" 20 child. Sho married at tho ago of 1G. "'Plaice, madam, thank you,' tho Five pairs of twins and ono set of trip- Senator roplied politely. lets were Included in the number, but "A gentleman on the other, sldo of nono of them lived. tho room then said with a loud luugh: " 'Ah, Senator, st(ll a Fifteen men are known to bo dead missing, prcsum-c- d eh?' and many others aro "What's that to you, you dem stranto be penned up In entries by falls result of gas oxplosion in ger?' exclaimed tho Senator .indignantof slate, as a ly, and whipping out his revolver, ho the Urowdcr mine in Muhlenberg shot tho punster dead. "But afterward, when tho joko was Tho Mlllersburg Bulletin Is tho name explained to him, the Senator had a Vf a new paper that has just been start- good laugh, and confessed that he had Uev. W. A. Gard been rather hasty; and, Indeed, to show ed at Mlllersburg. ner, pastor of tho Christian church at that he bore the humorist no lasting grudge, ho went to tho man's funeral," that place, In Its editor. . place-hunter, i ' ' have been recovered. Conditions indi cate that all miners inside are dead. It is estimated that there were at least 125 men in the mine when tho explosion occurred. Charles L. Warmer, the defaulting treasurer of the Big Four railroad, as first witness in the trial of Mrs. Jean-ett- o Stowart-For- d in Cincinnati, said that ho had paid Mrs. Ford $1,000 a month for seven years from Oct., 1902. Mrs. Ford is charged with having blackmailed Warrencr. 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 Zsndt 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 tho George Peabody Collego for Teachers, to be located at Nashville, Tenn., tho sum of $1,000,000 was given at a meeting in Washington of tho board of trustees of the Peabody Fund for the Advancement of Education in the South. Tho loca tion of tho college was left to the trus tees of the institution. The republican party in Indiana re organized its State Central Committee preparatory to entering upon the campaign. In each of tho meotings in the 13 Congressional districts resolutions wero adopted praising tho administration of President Tuft and declaring that tho real issuo in Indiana is tho reelection of Senator Beveridge. The people of Hindman havo already subscribed $10,000 toward tho rebuild ing of the Hindman W. C. T. U. settlement school, which was burned, and plans will be made immediately for its rebuilding. Somo of tho largest trees in the native forests of Knott county will be usod in tho building, which Is to bean exact model of tho burned building. Edmonton, Metcalfe county, is to havo a fine, new Baptist church. Bishop Cyrus D. F033, of the Metho dist church, is dead in Philadelphia. of the. Walnut The congregation, Street Baptist church at Owensboro voted to build a $10,000 church. Rev. R. C. Biain, of Louisville, will preach at the Presbyterian rhurch Sunday morning and evening, tho 6th. Charles Sawyer and Miss Florence young people of White, S: H. SHANKS. PRESIDENT-- ' W.:M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, Somerset, were made one in Lexington. J- - W- - ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH J. B. PAXTON, Rev. D. M. Walker's throat has imH. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER proved sufficiently for him to preach HtfYS FOSTER. CLERK. Sunday nights and ho will begin to do DIREOTORSl so next Sunday night at 7:15 sharp. The Baptists are holding their reguV. O. Walker, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter.Stanford as they lar services in the court-housJohn B. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shauks, Stanford; T. C. Ran- are getting ready for work on their kin, Lancaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; W. H. Traylor, new church, which will be ono of the Gilbert Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. handsomest in this section of the State. H. Cummins, Preachersville; Lilburn Sftl444;, t44444't''f STANFORD. KENTUCKY. MATTERS. Cbc Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Capital, Surplus, Resources, $50,000.00 43.000.O0 340,000.00 well-know- n e, Somerset Journal. The congregation of the Third Presbyterian church, of Pittsburg, Pa., has raised the salary of its pastor $3,500, because he declined to accept the presidency of a college in this State. Ho now receives $10,000 yearly. The price of Bibles will go up on STANFORD, KENTUCKY March 1, according to an announcement by a large Bible publishing house at Chicago, which has branches in Cincin- ORGANIZED IN J 882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. , nati, Kansas City and San Francisco, The cause for tho advance is tho en SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. forcement of the new tariff on Import HASIPAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 ed leather and paper. "Bibles are now 20 per cent, higher than they about Combines AbsoluteSafety with Satisfactory Service, Modern Safety-Deposi- t havo ever been before," said a memBoxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. ber of tho firm. "Tho materials for tho best Bibles have gone up so high in price on account of tho tariff that wo OFFICERS. DIRECTORS. can not afford to continuo to sell our K. Reid, output nt prices now listed." , II. Baughman, I. S. Mocker, President; M. D. Elmore, J. M. Pettus, S. T. Harris, MATRIMONIAL. H. C. Baughman, J. F, Cummins, John J. McRoberts, Cashier; S, T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, Thomas French and Miss Mayme Lil II. C. Baughman. Asst. Cash'r i:. C. Walton, J. S. Hocker. lard, popular Danville people, will bo C. E. Tate. W.W .Saunders. Bookkeeper. married on the 10th. Gooch, Gilberts Creek. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, t; Ansel Cundiff and Miss Alma HagFOR gard wero married at the homo of Eld. J. Q. Montgomery in Casey by that gentleman. J. G. Griffin, a prominent farmer of the Waynesburg section, and Miss Hannah Jacobs wero married at Rov. J. M. Cook's by that gentleman. Marksiiuky. Little Jessie Edwin camo Monday night to make his homo with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Perkins. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pratt aro in Garrard with Miss Lizzie Simpson, who has been quite sick. Mr. Jack Dunn and wife, of Lexington, Bpent Monday and Tuesday with Mr. J. W. Simpson and family. Mr. Bob Rout, who Is making fine success as a merchant at Marks-burvisited his parents, Mr. M. F. Rout and wife, Sunday. Rock Bottom ON- - Prices Llfo on Panama Canal Has had ono frightful drawback-mal- a ria trouble that has brought suffering nnd death to thousands. Tho germs cuuso chills, fovor and ague, bllllous nest, lauudlce, lassitude, weakness and general debility. Hut F.loctrlo Hit ters nover fall to dotroy them and euro malaria troubles. "Three bot tles completely cured me of a very severe attack of malaria," writes Wm. A. Fretwoll, of Lucama, N. C, "and I'to had good health over since." Cures Stomach, Liver and Kidney troubles and prevents typhoid. 60c. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. Wagons Plow Gear, Buggy Harness, y, At a meeting of thellGencral Educational Board in New York City, an ap propriation of $25,000 was made to Georgetown College, L. L- - SAUNDERS, Crab Orchard. The Interior Journal. SHELTON M. against, have sent to their district man' agcrs this order: "Do not mako any talk about tho I boycott ngainst meat HON . HARVEY HELM, whatever, but kecp'tnoving right along of Uncoln county, la n candidate for and sell what beef, sheep and lambs for Congress from tlin KlKliln dlilrtct.iulijrcl to tlio fiction of the demo- you have shipped'you for every cent it cratic party. is possible to obtain. We fully bclievo that thtro will bo an improved demand I next week and improved prices will go. How can I collect what is owini? me? This is the all iintiorlntit miestion A TEMPEST IN A TEAPOT. with it," which is the same as to say wi, every merchant, wholesales linn, Iiusiiicm and profession.!! mm, far- The Winchester people nro certainty that Swift.& Co mill mnL? I n, um.n u,. ntJAitf Ir IIlcrg nun, tin tact, everyone XSevcr Ims tho uucMion wen so H..o . lot of chumps, that is to say those ,....... a me ucmann resumes, FT1!... consumer In prominent in tho inc world lis it is today. Tho los of n low ncciHiiits who participated in tho indignation therefore between tho upper and trio t collect it noto nmke yon meeting with reference to tho "Nlp,ht nether mill stone nnd thoy do say that ,ay c.,t up yollr pn,fit(, j,, i,U!jncw. th0 tlmt ,nuc, poorer; not being nble, or in n jmition, to give tlio proper The rcsolu- Rider" fake at Lexincton. meat trust has started a story that tionsadoptcd denounco tho Lexington if young men do not cat a great deal of tciition, knowledge or experienco to the adjustment or cxitminntion iiitocomo clnini in which you linve nn interest may emuo you tho Km of many dollars papers and ask nil tho citizens to cut moat they will become mollycoddles. Our province nnd our lnnins U to help you in these mutters". Whether it off their subscriptions to them. In fact i a NOTE or ACCOUNT you nro not itlilo to oollnct; or whether it is como n tho name of Lexington is so obnoxious who, has e,nilI1 , Mr. K Saufley Huciies. ,,;,,,, lmVcnn inture.t which ncod looking into carefully, w to them that they demand that Lexing- made the Centra Record a most read- nro prcinre(, , ,1() it( ,,0 if prnlI1lty, Tlii- - is our IiikIiicw; wo m.iko it changed to Fairfax able and sat ton street should be ctory paper for the past Hmly. We ,mvc t,1(J faciMw tte ,mve le ,H.riclH.0f lllMj ,10 fncttlmt so that nothing will be left to recall year, has sold the plant, good will, etc., ..!. na l.i i .,.. nf ,,..r mlU-fn- ! l.iM. Wc ..ro mi. i.mi.. . ?!! that there is such a city ns the capital to Messrs. Joseph E. Kobinson and i,c,tlinvo illv. ,.r ,..,, ,. ,i iw tmm. . nn.in.lil m..l pt the Dluo.Grass. Tho "night rider" Green Clay Walker, both i. vi.ii'iiiuwii u.n n.ni. uu ni,n.,.Aj ....iAU,- ...rt ialll'VI. 11 V ...i.A I....u,..I :.... ......... IIU 1" :.. IIIU i. V .iiA. II J 11 AH.. I II IICV llflin lllllVSiIllllltU scare which connected Winchester in young men of Lancaster. It is with .. v .....ni, tl fcrencially,was doubtless an honest sincere regret that wc see Mr. Hughes United States. Wc recently collected nn account for it firm in tho adjoining mistako by the Lexington papers. At leave the journalistic field. Ho is an county nguinstn man iti California. If you hnvo n claim which needs lookany rato they have since acknowledged excellent newspaper man nnd a most ing alter, or a note or account which you want collected, no matter how it to bo so. The alleged disturbance honorablo competitor. Wc trust that largo or how email, or whore the parties live, send it to in. WcYolieityour business. Hank references. occurred at an hour too late to verify he will in the business ho is it, but even with that the action of the so well equipped for. Tho glad hand is Winchesterfpcople is childish. It is extended Messrs Robinson and Walker, amusing to'outsldcrs to sec the jealousy with tho wish that they will continue by Winchester to make the Record a good family newsand envy;disp)ayed WOODSON .MAY, Mgr.. against Lexington. There is no reason paper and a credit to tho little city in for it except that the capital of Clark which it is published. may think she is in Lexington's class financially and materially, which is a Parrish, who was sentenced for fivo most violentlfassumption. The News years for robbing the depositors of his The grand jury of Onondaga county, Here and There. boils overwith indignation and says bank at Owensboro, has been affirmed N. Y., reported indictments for perjury Thirty-fou- r things about, Lexington newspaper men by the Court of Appeals, says he does miners were killed nnd against Iram C. Reed, president, nnd that ought to secure its editor a thresh- not understand why the Lord permits seven injured, as a result of an explo- Willard II. Peck, secretary of the s ing the next time he goes to the city. judges to believe his accusers. When sion in a coal mino at Browdcr, Ky., Mutual Lifo Assuranco Associa' conTuesday. tion and League. Tho indictments grow Lexington J", salooniats are bringing tho evidence is put up to them so vincingly even the Deity would hardly In the United States Senate Wednes out of the recent deal mado by John everything to bear on tho subservient be able to perform such a miracle as to day the urgent deficiency and tho nrmy Tevis, of Louisville. council to keep it from increasing the make them believo otherwise than that bills were passed, carrying a combined Estimates made by the I'ostotlko Deliquor license from $150 to $500, and it he is guilty. The sanctimonious old .appropriation of S102.000.000. partment indicate that approximately is doubtful,, whether the raise will be will get a part of his dues at fraud Gov. Noel sent a special message to 300,000,000 one-cepieces annually nro made. The saloon men who object to least in the penitentiary, where he can the Mississippi Legislature extending taken by the rural letter carriers from paying a reasonable sum for "dealing continue to work the the session for a period of 2G days. the letter-boxe- d piety rackejt. for tho payment of out liquid damnation" are but instruThe time limit fixed by organic postago on mail matter deposited. ments of theirown destruction. The If L. R. Glavis' testimony beforo the law expired Thursday. Complaints against the practice havo people arelrestive for a chance to make Congressional investigating committee Without a dissenting vote the bill in- become so widespread that today tho the business entirely contraband in the can be believed, Richard A. Oallingcr, troduced in the Senate by Herman D. department issued instructions to all State and just such a case as that at Secretary of the Interior, ought to be Newcomb, of Louisville, providing for postmasters at rural delivery office Lexington will hasten the time when made to go in disgrace without standa nonpartisan commission of five to that after February ID the practico will saloons must go. From all that we can ing on the order of his going. He tessupercede the Louisville School Board be discontinued. hear, if the County Unit bill were ap- tified that at Mr. Bellinger's suggestion as at present constituted, passed the A Corbin special says: Tho most plied to Lexington, saloons would be he held up the Alaska land frauds until Senate. wonderful religious revival that this alvoted out. The county people are after the election in 1908 in order to obAnother section of the town has ever enjoyed, has just closed most unanimous against them and there tain campaign contributions from two building on Fourth Cincinnati, are a sufficient number in the city who of the Cunningham claimants. The which on January 2Gstreet, crushing an at tho Methodist church. It began three fell, weeks ago, when Rev. L. U. Uridgers, want saloons abolished to give the drys trail of the serpent seems to be over adjoining house and causing three tho "Boy Preacher," of tho Methodist a good majority. all. them deaths, toppled over Wednesday. Two church, came to town to fill tho apannoying errors crept in the ar- men were killed outright and four others pointment of another man for one day. .Suerief Smrr, of Chattanooga, who Two When he had preached his first sermon was given 90 das in jail at Washing- ticle headed "A Slick Scheme" in our were injured. Her husband und her dogs aro treat- thoro was sucn a demand from all quar 6 H. II. Colley O. L. I'cuuy K. R. Coleman ton for contempt in letting a Negro be last issue. The bill to get around the lynched of whose case the Supreme constitution so as to increase the salar- ed alike in the will of Mrs. Minnie tcrs for him to stay that ho consented Court had taken cognizance, was greet- ies of circuit judges does notgive them Knochs, who died recently in Harlem. to do so and began his meeting. Dur ed on his return after serving the sen- $1,200 in mileage as stated, but that The document leaves SlO.OuO as a trust ing tho three weeks of his meeting tence by 10,000 sympathizers. Without amount of salary, with mileage addi- fund, the income to be used to support there were over 300 converts, a number discussing the question of tho guilt or tional. For basic principles of the law, the dogs in luxury. An equal sum is equal to about 10 percent, of tho town's population. Innocence of the Negro or whether he the types erroneously got it "drastic left to her husband. ought to have been hanged or not, principles." Sheriff Shipp was derelict of duty to The way tho farmers aro robbed by say the least of permitting the helpthe International Harvester Company less prisoner to be taken from the jail The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil, is a most deby a mob, and he should have been pun- isBhown by the fact that it has just Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and 33 per cent. ished more than he was, instead of be- clared a stock dividend of As much of the stock was watered this Strength. It is Especially Useful For ing made a hero of. The cowardice and going some, especially since it is in connivance of officers (are responsible is Persistent Coughs and Colds. for too many lynchings and those guil- addition to the large quarterly dividend usually declared. Sold under a Guaranty of either ought to be heavily punished, besides having their offices taken tee at POLITICAL. from them. Wm. Hodges Mann was Tuesday in If the bill passes the Legslature it augurated governor of Virginia. J, will hereafter be a finable offense to President Taft has work on July 4th. Thanksgiving or Sherman Cooper as collector of inter Christmas day. Now if somo law mak nal revenue for this district. ing power will pass a law prohibiting Senator Paynter, of Kentucky, plead, Stanford, Kentucky. people fromjworking altogether, some ing illness, resigned from the investigating committee. of us may bejhappy yet, you bet. Such a law as thefirst proposed is silly in Henry S. Graves Tuesday actively the extreme. This is a free country assumed the roio of forester of tho Un and people should not be made to cele- ited States as the successor of Gilford brate whetherfor no. Pinchot. The 1903 session of the Kentucky "Joy biding" will become obsolete If Legislature will not go down in history tho bill that has passed theSenate runs as the only one containing Lilliards, successfully tho gauntlet necessary to McNutts and Campbells. Somerset make it a law. It makes it a misde- Journal. LLHiiiiiiHLLfliLBiiiiiiflLU KMillMBMPSMliPilllSiMBIMs PsmBM meanor, punishable by a fine from $100 A. Owsley Stanley won tho democratIfflWF to $500, or six months in the peniten- ic nomination for Congress in tho Sectiary. This is rough on the riders, ond district over G. C. Given and II. B. MAIIONKY, I'rcs. J. T. WHITE, Sec'y. W. 8. FISH, Treas. whoso disregard for human life has Ho got 4,000 more Clements. brought tho public to the present feel- votes than both of his opponents. ing against them The urgency deficiency bill, which was reported to the Senate Tuesday, Bryan's Commoner aays that carries $5,713,124, a net increase of Mr. the dispatch'from. Omaha that ho will $590,799 over the amount of tho measbe a candidate for the presidency again ure as it was passed by the House. is "a raw, unadulterated fake." If On the recommendation of Secretary not, it certalnbought to be. Mr. Bryan Knox, tho President has decided to reis the greatcstjman in the country, but appoint Leslie Combs, of Kentucky, as "three times andjout" must be the call. Minister to Peru. Senator Bradloy had Farms, houses and lots for rent, miIo or exchange, Person desiring cjuick The democratlcparty is not so impov- tried to secure tho appointment to that erished in men as to run one man salesor purchase in realty of all kinds, Call ou or placo of II. Clay Howard. The army appropriation bill as re- write ui at STANFORD, KY, norted to tho Senate carrlea SflS ill).. --, ", A law in Louisiana prohibits a widow ccs, which is only $142 860 more than is from marrying until 10 months havo appropriated in tho bill as passed it tho elapsed since tho!death of her spouse. House. Tho law for the present year This is cruel.l The hudband is just as carried more than $102,000,000. -:- dead when ho dies as he will ever he in -:- Reference to a possibility of impeachand thero is little use in making tho ment of Gov. Charles N. Haskell, of Live poor women wait, especially since there Ice, MI. FAItMKIt: Muko your home as modern for vour fuinilv as a. Oklahoma, and other Stato officials was is no law against widowers marrying Ginrosidonco, uuil place yourself in u position to get tho Jutost market quotations made in'u resolution Introduced in tho as soon as they'get ready, lower house of the Legislature at Guth- - nt ""X l'"10, 'J'his can ho accomplished hy means of our telcphoiio Hervico, wlucu you nnd your neighbors can get for n sum that is small compared with ne by Representative Humphrey. A Pittsburg man, who predicted tho KY. United States Senator Culbertsnn. nf tho benefits received. Call or address our nearest oliico or writo dimcl in end of the world to occur last Friday, Texas, whoent to Atlantic City for headquarters, Nashville, Tenii., for information regarding our special "Far- blow out his brains when tho old thing BRANCH HOUSE: STANFORD, KY Thurmau K. Tudor, Mgr. ",w uiv. u juu uru wouldn't end. If all such prophets real luiiuwing a nervous oreaKUOwn, axa immediately interest you. iim ut juumuh eujoyiug luiepuouo scrvico, wo Our lines cover tho States of Kontuckv. continues to improve. Rumors have Tclcphouo No, 153. were to follow suit, there would be l ennessce, Misgnuippi, Louisiana and tho Southern portiou of Iudiaua aud reached him that he intended fewer gullible people to suffer for their his Bat In the Senate, but resigning Illinois. . he says KAST TENNESSEE TEL. A TEL. CO. predictions. I there is no truth in the report. rt OW.1KR. SAUFLEY, Swift & Co., who have suppressed competition in meats until it is an artificial market that the consumer is up flow To Collect Tour Notes aid Accounts. READY For You. bu-iiie- cs fjro nt-th- o ,,, ,, ,, Owing to an unprecedented good early Fall trade. We sized up pretty well again in Dec. Consequent- ly our stock is in ., t viiln i. 41 BETTER CONDITION than usual at this season of the year to supply your needs. We have all kinds of may's COLLECTION agency. Somerset, - - - Kentucky. I'eo-plo'- from a baby's soft sole at 25c to a 20 inch high top shoe at $7.50, boys1 and mens1 suits, Overcoats, Raincoats, Slickers, suit gloves and hats at underwear, y cases, H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. 83 Vinolf Carload Of. Fresh Lime TUST RECEIVED. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Ballin-ger-Pinch- W. H. HICC1NS, t3J5JSSBSH&SE31 American Wire Fence. '!HtfBttttHiriikBiiii5tiii2iiiBiiiiiiiiiB Stanford, Kentucky. I La-ve- Th( Citizens Realty and Title Gx . T- I I jromptness and Keasonable Commissions Our Specialty. 'Phone 200. , GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Dealer lUFtAL TELEPHONES. and Dressed Poultry, Eggs, Wool, Hides, Furs, Salt, Lime, seng and Feathers. PHONE 35, LANCASTER, Coal, I - 1 ioioiatiu H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford 3 " ilripo ginghamo iiiitnhiA and wiuh petticoat OJc or dream, unirts 200 yards Twilled Hickory for Sh.rU worth Ificyd if bought in tho piece "J '200 yard In tliort length, in The Drudg'g'ery of Sewing Is Icsocncd by thcioy oi having new and pretty materials to nmko up. Wo havo n most attractive assortment of-- materials for early tewing. In addition to our tock of white goode, embroideries nnd laces, wo have jut opened and placed ,on salo CO pieces new spring gingnnms nnn zt pieces oi pcrcnic. Wo also havo n much Irrgcr assortment than ever two new patterns in Stickcrei JJrnids for trimming ginghams nnd percales 1 Hair Goods. Tho new stylo of Head Dress require Switch and n turban. Wo have them at tonishingly low prices. Ask to look t. as- Ifi vU JO LZt ! 1-Z- Although cotton goca up wo oiler choico of LVi pattern, in ns good percn1o m you ever Iwught for l'JJc tK, Or A - Fifteen Pretty Patterns vc in a Fine Soft Dress Gingham 19 y 1 -- Z,t, Twenty Pieces Swell Pattern in Dress Ginghams J2 1- -2 at these good". SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Btankohi, Ky., ' ! 6c -ii SON, STANEORD KY. if mo ground hoc didn'tseo his shad ow Wednesday tho little varminthadn't enough onso to do so. Now for six long weeks of bad weather. Sold Out.- -I have sold my stock groceries nnd insist on all who owe an account lo please call and scttlo I can straighten up my business onco. Respectfully, J. M. Phillips. of mo so - I'i:h. 4, 1010 in liox Somk Rreat bargains bcinR cloiril out to mako room for now stock at Penny's Drue Storo. pnperaro PERSONALS. ' J I ' 1 flu A. K. I'nirc hn been uulto sick. Mk. It. (5. Jonk? was in Winchester this week. Mrs. J. D. Weaken visited Lancas- tcr Tuesday. Mk. It. II. Wilkinson was in Mt. Vrnon Wednesday. Mk. H. K. Kout was at London on business Wednesday. Mk. Thomas I'liiixirs visited friends in Hooslcrdom this week. Mks. W. T. Smith has returned from a visit to Danvlllo relatives. Mk. Jack McDonald, of Paris, was tho Kucst of Miss Mary Ilurdattc. Mks. O. T. Taylor Is spending somo time tho homcfolks In Cynthlana. UURNSltiB Hukkman Is with his sister, Mrs. J. G. Carpenter, at Crab Or- Finn, oysters, celery, cranberries Mrs. W II. Shanks is ill. Saturday. Geo. II. Karris. Mrs. Lena II. Cook is improving. miss Anna I). McKoiiki.ts U convnl- Piano for Sali:. Square vnrioty. ' csclnR. Will sell cheap. Apply ntthis oftlco Hon. II. H. Kino, of Moruland, pass- cd up to Rockcastlo yesterday to look In the Interior For Rbnt.-OII- Icc after his landed interests. Journal building. Apply at this of Mk. and Mrs. W. M. Hoiison, of fice. Cnmpbollsvlllo, nro visiting tho family It' you nro looking for fresh oysters of W. P. Stephenson at Mnywood. and celery go to J. D. Horton's restauJones, of Crab Orchard, Is rant. Charles . workinc for tho Tclephono Company Three suites of rooms in tho Odd during tho illness of George Uurdett. Saturday's Louisvlllo Times contain Fellows' building for rent. Apply to ed a Rood picture of Miss Mary Hope Ed Wilkinson. Carpenter, tho handsome daughter of Large crowds aro attending Sam Mr. J. A. Carpenter, of Perryville. Goldstein's salo. It will continue until Mr. J. W. ACY. of Stanford, was at further notice. tho Exchango Hotel. Miss Null Wright, Try some puro Canncl coal. Tho coal who is attending school at Danville, spent Friday and Saturday with tho that lasts. Denham'a Coal Yards, Stan- L. K. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin ... BID y at And Lace v AT 3 ! U Cohin'g Sure. Smith & Johnson's minstrels willoppear at thoTheatorium Tuesday night, Feb. 8. Como and enjoy a real Southern Negro play; 15 Btars and between acts moving pictures. At Thcatorium. high-class . m Hamburg and insertion to match, widths from 1 to 10 inches ma erial nainwok and Swiss, values from 12Jc to 2Cc. Cltoicc 8c per yard. Also big values in laces, edges and ingestions In val toreclion nnd linen, values from 10 to ICe per yard, choice 5c per ynnl. Wc have anything you nrc lookidg for in right prices. white goods at Mr. W. II. Rignby, of this place, has bought the Chrisman farm of 120 acres, between Moreland and Huston-vllle, homcfolks. S. chard. H F. Green has rnturncd from n visit to Hcrea and IHr Hill, Madison i i " county. Mr. W W. !Ut8 is uito III. Ills daughter Mits L'mma Hnys, Is conva- InarlnL. iii'v. J. T. H09KIK3 attended tho Lnvmrn's Missionary Convention In ' v k i Walter Singleton is himself once more after a protracted illness of typhoid fever. Mil. A. T. TiiAYLon went to LivinRS-to- n Wednesday to buy lumber for a bi& tobacco barn. Spotts-woo- d MR. A. T. Linney, of the Specialty Co., paid this ollico a call Wednesday. Ciias. L. Crow, formerly of McKSn- ncy, is now bookkeeper for Durham & Cecil, Danvlllo merchants. Mr. T. J. Prick and wife, of Garrard,, Tallahss-scotook Wednesday's train for Fla., to spend somo time. Miss Ollie Haines and brother, Mr Charllo Itaincs, of Corbin. wero RUesta of their sister, Mrs. Bowcn Goode. Mr. Curtis Cover, of Crab Orchard, attended tho unvcilinR of tho Gocbcl monument at Frankfort yesterday. Mrs E. C. Walton returned Wednesday night from a delightful visit to her brothers and sisters at Nashville Messrs It. Roiiinson, of Somerset, and Mack Robinson, of Louisville, are with their brother. Mr. Sam Robinson, Mrs. It. G. Evans will ro to Hot Springs, Ark., tomorrow, where sho will spend three or four weeks. Advo- Louisville. cate. . ' - J ; K. G. Smith, of tho Rrodhcad section of Rockcastle, has rented and moved to tho farm of Mrs. Geo. Logan, in the East End. Mrs. Sue C. Lane, who has mado n protracted visit to l'arksvillo relatives, returned to her homo at Cloverdale, Ind., Tuesday. Mrs. T. S. Wemi, of Knoxvllle, has arrived to bo at tho bcdsldo of her brother, Mr. Georgo U. Saulley, who continues quite Bick. Mrs. Nancy Feland, who has been with her relative, Mrs. It. L. Ucrry. of tho West End, returned to her homo nt Richmond Wednesday. Mil. O. W. Siiuoars, of Indianapo-- I lis, nnd sister, Miss Maggie Shugars, of Lancaster, took Tuesday's train hero for St. Petersburg, Flo. Miss LuellaiUrioiit is in Shelby- vlllo soliciting for tho Eureka Portrait Co., of this placo. Sho is making a Bucceas of her now work. Ten shares of stock in Mr. E. Owsley's bank at Columbus, Ga., tho Mrs. Nancy J. Arnold, the aged Fourth National, changed hands hero LOCALS. grandmother of Mrs. It. M. Newland, this week at $275. Foil field seeds call on T. D. Newof this place, and sister of Capt. J, B. If you want overalls that will givo Willis, of Crab Orchard Springs, died land. you comfort try those sold by W. W. nt Richmond and was buried thero on Roller Skates at$l per pair. Call White, proprietor of tho Country Store. Tuesday. Capt. and Mrs. Willis aton Claiborne Walton. They aro tho best made. tended the burial. For Sale. A good second-handeJudge W. A. Tririile has bought Tin: wife of Dr. W. D. TardifT, colwagon. W. II. Higgins. tho interest of II. W. Gaines in their ored, who was a sister of John Cook, 22.rncrc tract of land, a portion of the died Wednesday and was buried yettcr-da- y PURE Cannel block coal at Denham's delivered in Hon. J. S. Owsley farm at Walnut afternoon. Shu leaves five little yards at 18c per bushel Flat, children. Tho Rood people of Stanford town. is and vicinity deeply sympathize with Dr. Estato The For Sale. A pair of mules, a har- having Stanford Real in the Co. a room fitted up Interior TardifT and his children in their loss. ness mare and n Jersey cow. L. It. Journal building for its office. A John Lester Hardesty and Miss MaHughes, Stanford. member of the firm will bo in charge mie Daly were married at Danville. Attend the salo of J. 11. Shore & all of the time. A receiver has been appointed for the in the Co., at J. S. Murphy's farm All parties having claims against tho Mexican National Packing Co, Tho See "ad." West End, estate of Dr. L. B. Cook aro directed total liabilities, including stock, are Apfor rent. Suita- to present them properly verified to my proximately $37,000,000. Small store-rooble for photograph gallery. Will rent attorney, P. M. McRoberts, at once. Near Marrowbone, Cumberland counMrs. L. B. Cook, administratrix. cheap. II. C. Anderson, Stanford. ty, Cooley Johnson, a prominent farm was shot and killed by Benton Mc- For Sale. Lot of locust pot-Wil- l The Lincoln County Medical Society er, Millin, a Negro, who has been arrested. cut to order. J. M. Ware, Stan-for- will meet in Stanford at 10:30 next Commander Robert E. Peary, discov It. F. O. No. 1. Telcphono No. Tuesday, Feb. 8. A full attendance is desired as important business will como erer of the North Pole, has mado a before tho body. Dr. W. F. Hickle, proposition to the National Geograph King Hotel at Crab Orchard for sale Secretary. ical Society, which if accepted, will at a barRain. Will give easy payments. mean that an American expedition will WE nrc under obligations to the Crab be on Citizens Realty Co., J. T. White. Secits way to discover the uncon- Orchard Hankintr Co.. J. C. Bailey. qucred South Pole next Fall. retary. ' cashier, for a useful present a German Staiile For Rent. Has three stalls, whetstone. Tho popular institution loft, etc. Located on street and con gavo nway a largo number of them to venient for use. Mrs. L. Ii. Cook, its customers nnd friends. RACCOON. SKUNK.MUSKRAT Stanford. . .in MINK, OPOSSUM indOIHEH TRAPPERS ia Mr. A. B. Williams, Williams. I KINDS. WRITEFOR SPECIAL ATTENTION For salo at a bargain. 190 acres of aged 77, one of the best known citizens QUOTATIONS. ADDRESS, land on good turnpike, two miles from section, is dead after A E. 6URKHARDU2;:?. Cincinnati. 0. or cut of the Yosemito Stanford. Will sell as a wholo a long illness. Ho was a high Mason in two, if sold at onco. The Citizens and a devout member of tho Christian Realty Co., J. T. White, Sec'y. church. Mr. Williams was the father Cockerels For Sale! TUB Brown Comedy Co., playing in of Mrs. William Wheat, wife of ono of repertoire, will hold tho boards nt Wal- Middlesburg's merchants. I will have uun tind cockerels ot clIfTer- .. ton's Opera Houso Thursday, Friday To The Insuring Puiilic Having ont Htriilinon tlioHtrot'ti o( Htuuforil uml Ijincniter for alo county couri on in and Saturday nights, Feb. 10, 11, HlW.W.r. WIllTK. suffered less to my tobacco and tobacco Kolirunry. l'oultry Ynnl Htiintoril, Ky. Kitlnlt-well recommended company comes barn by fire and being insured with 11. K. I). No. . and It is hoped that it will receivo a Jesse D. Wearen, tho insuranco man, liberal patronage. The Great Texas Panhandle. Ky., I take pleasuro in d two-hors- e . of Stanford, were hero yesterday. Liberty News. J. Hell and A. C. Sine, ford and Rowland. will get possession soon. We commend Mr. Rigney and family to the good people of the West P. End. at $100 and HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Good$, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Dress Ginghams Market. The largest Assortment ever Brought to this RAW FURS BOUGHT W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. 1?-T- Tinning, Plumbing, Heatiog. A Don't let 1910 pass without having house with a beautiful white hot nnd cold water through jour Stanford, T. C. Ball sold to Georgo D. Flor ence three houses and lots on the creek for a fair remuneration and bought of W. P. Stcnhenson a boundary of land adjoining his farm near Mnywood. It Is a cold day in July when "Tommy" is not ready for a trado. i J ' Mrs. Hknuy'Sallee. of Lothbridge Province, Alberta, Canada, has arrived at tho bedsido of her mother, Mrs. J. II. McAhster, who is very ill. Messrs. W. S. Uurcii, C. V. Gentry, Ed Wllkcrson and Sam Raines attended tho unveiling of tho Goebcl monument at Frankfort yesterday. Miss Uertiia Jackson has organized a class in elocution in tho graded school and teaches hero in connection with her work in Corbin. London Sentinel. Mk. W. A. Carson was in Louisville Wednesday buyinir stock for his rcstau rant and fancy grocery he will open on Lancaster street, opposite tho court-housnoxt week. Gueeniierry Hiiigiit and family have returned from Phoenix, Arizona, and uro at present with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George P. Urlfiht. Their many friends aro glad to have them back In old Kentucky, lie it clerking for Geo. 11, Farrls. o, . ' both Mr. Wearen and tho companies represented by him, to the ltlch lnnd lithe Wills of nil wfftltli. Tho public for their prompt nnd liberal set infit Investment nnd ttu nuret money maker, ts rich furmlng land. (IikI Id (till tlement of mv loss. 1 also wisn to siaio rettltiK on tlm "etm'ntli ilar." lie U not any moro Tuo TVms that Mr. Wearen was Insuring tobacco maklni; la tba last oflaud.rich, levul laud for tho during night rider settlement In this country. Fortunes will and tobacco barns im mucin on inttnavnnco in pricu on iiivsu troubles, when other companies would lands In tin) next few yenrs. Home neekera Hwlsn-e- r further when tlieye nnt! An I recommend him and his com will no no Is the garden spot nnd It, county "nrldo of watered mid (tie richthis and ad thonlalus." The bustor grubulnt:, no Moods In our mention of tho death of Mrs. panies to tho farmers of est fund, no clearing High dellKhtful cliMonroo Curtis last issue, wo stated joining counties. L. D. Jlornoy, way- - or cyclones.proven altitude,country. Hint wheat mate. A the that tho aged lady had been blind for nesburg, Ky., It. F. D. No. 2. Jan. 2U, nrUe uwarilod our wheat und outa at NeNational Corn Kxposltlon at Omaha, many years. We wero In error. Her 1910. braska. For free. Illustrated liooklel, address husband lost his sight some years (ll.ini. Honor Roll of Stanford Graded ho died and wo complicated the School for January: Tului.Hwlshvr County Texas. two. Mrs. Curtis was laid to rest bo. Baughman, Jr., Grade 1 M. S. side tho body of her husband in BufTalo ! Smith Burke, Joanna Ballou, Elsie Cemetery Tuesday morning. Coleman, Harvoy Embry, Annie Lee Mack Farmer, Joe Grimes, An illustrated lecture on "Brazil" Eubanks, Having recently told tarkour (arm un the Man- Htaufoi-and HuatoiivlllH llke. 5I; miles C. Bagby, son Margaret Shanks, William Tate, will be given by Rev. T. lniie from lluttouvllle, to J.H. Uiirnby. Isabel Warren. of Dr. W. B. Bagby, tho missionary, uel Turpin, decided to return to North Uarollun nnd Sadio consequently wo will on Grade 2 Sophlo Saunders, und himself a nativo of South Ameri Stella Walker, Eloiao Beazley, ca, at thetiaptisccnurcn, aunuay nigni, Wearen, Friday, February 4th, 1910, Sam Craig, James Burke, Morris JackFeb. C. Admission free, but a free ofHell for tho hlKh dollar, all of our ueraonnl-tfering at tho closo. Tho lecture will son. consisting ot Earl Grsdo 3 Hester Anderson, begin at 7 o'clock. Rev. Bagby will Bailoy Cooper, Tildcn Baughman, Four Fine Teams of Mules, preach at tho Baptist church Sunday Dawes, Rachel Hill, John R. McKInncy, morning. All hands Itluli nnd youna nnd sound nnd Wlllfo Rankin, Heath Soveranco, Sarah lut, with Kood KclKht, al no no me. cattle, alieep and horsea. Ail of our Farming Im stop-soTraylor. of Cam Arthur Goocii, a lilement, which are. Rood und new, lutvlnit Arnold, Annlo V. I men used only one season. One. brand now Grade Gooch, tho Negro who was found murhump machine, Deerhm moke, tolmuco 1)10 Hardered in the Blaln's Gap section the Craig, Frances Embry, Sylvia Farmer, rows,)! Kood wUKous.mni iiiuuynthvrthluus Singleton. other day, is In jail charged with kill Clarence too numerous to mention. Afoul Grade 5 -- Matsy Grimes, Nellie W. It Is generally be ing his guilty. Thero is proof Hill, Lettlo W. McKlnnoy, Jean Pax-to- 900 Bales Good Timothy Hay, lieved that ho is Clinton Coleman, Josso Hocker, About 200 Barrels Corn, that he tried to dispose of tho pistol watch known to belong to tho dead Hartwell Shanks. and About 9),(U) tobacco sticks, uud ntxiut GO Brackctt, Tillio acres of hemp. Grade Neirro and thero uro fresh blood stains Hnlu to keiilu promptly nt t A. m. Terms on the coat ho wore that day. The exam Goldstein, Bessio Moore, Eflio Ware. made known on uuy of sale will sell withGrade 7 -- Mary S. Cook, Sallio M. out rescnoof limit. Don't forget that this Is set for bd uooch ining trial u hulll.iS so miwmi" fftr n.in Crate. Anna D. McRoberts. John T. .... kVV UCttlVI lIlU If Hill till "wsu ISilllH Mto or and John Street, arrested as accesso- McAhster, Mary M. Raney, Mayme IIIUI1 ...! not. J. l'.OllANDI.Mit.Auct. ries, were recognized and were permit- Singleton. H. SHORE OX CO. Crimen. Grade ted to go on their own bonda. bo-fo- Porcelain Bath Outfit. Havo W. K. "WARNER to install your reasonable prices and guarantee. We nUo carry iu etock Roofing PaiDts. Cull and eeo us. country water wnkn witk m FORCE AND CISTERN TUMI'S; Roofing and PUBLIC SALE J W. K. W. L. M'CARTY.Prcs. E. C. WALTON, WARNER, L. R. IIUGIIE8,8. Stanford, Ky. tfc.T y 1 Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford, KaritucKy. Ftiruis and Town Property llaudled on Coiniuisjion. Stockn uud Bomli Sold. If you Havo Property to Sell or Kout Notify Uh. Writo for Circular to m m stop-fathe- n, Tl J. L, R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky. H The Interior Journal. XiUertHinlhe Pot-Ofiu- FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. Stanford a L. &N.TIMETHBLE No.ll.Houth.lllMr.M. 10:M A M, No.Jl, North. 4sW No, , North, :! No.J7,10:A. . NO,J",liOP. M. No. JVHOUth, A. Fity good ewes for sale. W. E. Moss, Lancaster. Dogs killed thrco and crippled 15 fino sheep for C. M. Sumrall In Hoylo. For Sale. -- 40 bushels Dluo Grass seed in chad. Price Jl. 15 bushel. W. M. Bright. Touching Verse. At first sho touches up her hair To see if it's In placo, And then with manner debonair Sho touches up her face. A touch to curls behind her car, A touch to silken collar, And then sho's off to hubby dca- rTo touch him for n dollar. Times Democrat. New-Orlea- For house, rnrrlagx and slan pnlntlnn decorative. Kfltier Immilnanl.o Innritv trimming of nil kinds such as top. recoerni curtain nnd hoots mode HtopoverAldrliUe's black mltli shop West Mnln Ht., Hlnnford Ky., i none to.oz',. J J.I1KI.IIKN. I J. BELDEN, We Undersell Everybody. fftft- Sale. Nice lot of extra jrocd orchard grass and blue grass seed. Jas. . D. Shelby, Junction City, Ky. John K, Uaughman, of the West End, sold to A. Qulscnberry, of Lin JOS. S. RICE, Agont. coin, III., two lino jacks for $2,000. W. V. Razor, of Dath county, sold a pair of mules for $340 and s for $500. a pair of Surgoon Dontlst, Of tho $8,200,000,000 that tho farms KENTUCKY. of the United States yielded in 1909, STANFORD, tho South's sharo was $2,400,000,000, Office over McRobcrts' Drug Store in A. T. Traylor bought of W. P. Robthe Owsley Buildinp. inson a team of horses for $300 and re fused $150 for them a few days later. r. x. Fort X. FOR SALE! rooms. All necoMtiry outbuildings. MllH.OrilTIH(IOVKIt, Crnlt orchard, Kjr. Struck A Rich Mino. fJoer Hotel. ntPrnh Orchard, nl.o slore-rooJuat ncro.s street, with po.t oOlee nnd n cottiiRe or olllce of three Below Cost 1 ! A. S. PRICE, three-year-old- S. W. iinnds. of Coal CltV. Ala.. says ho struck a perfect mino of health In Dr. K nil's New Life I'l H for they cured him of Liver and Kidney trouble after 12 years of suffering. They nro tho best pills on earth for Constipation, Malaria, Headache. Dyspepsia, 2oc at Penny's Drug Store. Debility si OITKU MY ENTIRE OF FARM FOR SALE! 1 Fort Sale. Two coming mules and two coming Josiah Anderson, Stanford, R. -- Lincoln IxxUo No. M V. A A.M. will meet Thompson & Trice bought 204 acres unci F. D. No. 4. in ttntivl comniunlcntlon on encli first From the crowd nnd the live stock of ridge land from tho Foglo heirs for Iblnl MonUny nights of rnch month, nt 7 Sin on mnln streect, Hton-tor- trading going on here yesterday, you $1,000. In this tract of land fully 200 'clock In tlielr hnll Ky. Mcmbors of ulster ICHlees nro Invited to bo present. T. W, would have thought it was court day. acres can be made good tobacco land. rfe'C. Liberty News. Somerset Journal. A cansidcrable crop of tobacco was Wifey Dearest, will you love me raised in Knox county. Over $50,000 exJHie four measure taken by n tnllor of low worth of the weed changed hands at when my hair is gray 7 perience. Then your clot lies, whether a Hubby I've loved you through three yrlrn business suit or the finest evening Oarbourville in a few days, thnt lnillvhtunllty nnd fit iothet.vwlll lm shades of hair now, so I guess I will. Walter O. Walker sold to Johnson, which plainly lndlcnte they were iimdo to jour measure. I will also take your meas- of Boyle, a bunch of cattle The beo is like a man. All up ure for entrn trousers, fancy vosts, top seats and overcoats. Fall and Winter at BJc. Ho also bought two pairs of And down the world ho beats it; samples on baud ready for your Inspection. coming two year-olmules at $250 to me Ho gathers honey nil his H.O. IlUI'LEi. The Tailor. Btanford, Ky. $300. other fellow eats it. d wagon team I HAVE an CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! wagon for sale. Also a Why does Great Britian buy I can furnish tho public with the best, ns horso for sale; or I will trade him for a its oatmeal of us? well Hi the freshest of cut flowers, plants of good driving horse. This horse will all kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short Certainly it seems like carrying aotlce. AUo make a specialty of wreaths weigh about 1,100 and a good one. U. calls to Newcastle to speak of exportJor for funeral purposes. In connection with the nliove, I have nil D. Carter. ing oatmeal to Scotland nnd yet, ccry Xlnds.of vegetables on linnd nt rensonnble year the Quattcr Oats Company sends Wakefield & Wright, of Shelbyville. "'OIIUIBTMAN OtlKKN HOUHEH. hundreds ct thousands of cases of . bought of W. T. Robinson, of Uoyle, Kl) llUIIIIAHI), l'lioll. (Junker Oat3 to Great Britian and Ky. five extra good mulea at $210. They Htanford, also bought of H. D. Stiles, of the same The reavn is simple; while the htsurssTobacco and Tobacco vicinity, three at $200 and a harness English and Scotch hae for centuries eaten oatmeal in quantities and with a mare for $175. Barns. Charlton Alexander sold to Ford regularity that ha made them the must rugged physically, and active Nothing But Brent 453 acres of unimproved land lymentally of all people, the American ing on the Bethlehem road in Bourbon has been eating oatmeal and, mini; all county, for $00,000. This is said to be the time to improve the methods of The Insurance Man, manufacture so that he the biggest deal for unimproved land desirable foreign trade. might get that STANFORD, KY. ever made In Central Kentucky. How well he has succeeded would Residence Phone 34; Office, S8. I will sell at public auction at lc seen at a glance at the export reInsure with me and be fully ports on Quaker Oats. This brand is nelley's stock pens at 11 o'clock without a rival; is packed in regular protected. day morning, February 14, 1910, 10c packages, and in hermetically sealday, 12 mules nnd eight ed tins for hot limates. si Jersey or nine heifers, which will calve in the spring. I Remember the place, date and hour. W. II. Rigney, Stanford. Htoclc of eenernl inerchnmllseln Huston-vlll- e We nre In position to do all kinds of on Main Htreet. Well known stuml such as Mock Work, Pavements The mammoth dairy of the Elmen- for purlieu and. In fact, we can make any thing from i dorf stock farm of James B. Haggin, nnd trade established. Write II. MoKtr1 V. Inrsto boast down too fence post. We can serve Hustonvllle. Ky. yoa promptly and guarantee New York millionaire, in Fayette work and material, (jail and get our prices the before you buy your material at leust. county, will soon have in use about 400 I cows, and arrangements will be made I offer my services to the neoule of Lin Lexto extend the saleof the milk from county as an auctioneer. Hntlsfnrtlon ington to the other towns connected by coin guaranteed. II. W. MoWIIOIlTKIt, Morvluud, Ky II. K. I. No. 1 Stanford, Ky. interurban railroads, and also shipped llesldence. Tumersllle. to Cincinnati. ld three-year-old- s. i, fro-rra- lr , MASON'S MEET. A No. farm of lnnncres. Home has four rooms nnd n good cistern. There Is it good hiirnnnil abundance of stock water. This InndlsnUnit half Irgtn soil adapted to raising grass, hay, corn, wheat, oat., hemp nnd tolioccn.nnd Is nil In grn.s except nUiut m m Kl acres mid is on the pike near good schools, ho churches nnd depot, nnd tinsa good orchard First United States Senator-H- as ever had any experience as a diplomat? nndouthou.es. Uick llox 111, Htanford, Kentucky, Second United Stntcs Senator-We- ll, no, but ho's alwajs lived in perfect harmony with his mother-in-law- . Clothing, Shoes, Ladies' and Gent's t Furnishings. Cravanettes. Il B. D. CARTER, Now Llvorv Dopot Stroot, Phono 00, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 820 00 Crnvntietto 13 00 $12 ns 11 18 i V r V lo 00 1 ' 00 " PallandiVinter Stock. 12 00 8 18 7 08 Overcoats. e'JO OvonxxitH 18 CLEMENS HOTEL J. L. Kt.kis, l'ror., DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Ijirue, nlry out.lde rooms, t'ommerrlnl Hiieclnl rates by week or month. The proprietor Is a former Lincoln county iiiiiii and his friends should him when slopping In his town. 810 00 J H8 1,250-poun- d ir 10 8 (5 1'2 CO d life-So- eight-year-ol- trnelers a specialty. 00 " 4 00 ' :; oo R " " CO " 00 " . 7 78 (5 08 0 18 r, 78 1)8 IS 18 2 CO " 2 03 2 28 1 70 Dinwiddie & Co., Hustonville, Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an of goods. up-to-d- ate Men's Suits of Best Make. 82C 00 Men's Suits 22 CO " 20 00 IS 00 15 00 13 CO 12 CO 10 00 " " 81(1 OS 10 IS 12 18 11 OS 8 18 Insurance. 7 08 7 18 Jesse D. Wearen, 00 8 00 ! " " " ' C 18 C 18 A A : 08 7 it C CO 00 00 hi os 2 08 Boy's Suits. Straight and Kiiickorixxikcr PanievJJjHEl 83 00 Roy's Suit- i CONCRETING first-cla- high-grad- e FOR SALE SC 18 13 - line (i CO c oo 1 00 : oo 2 CO 2 00 4 08 A 48 l 48 7 4 2 1 2 21 01 Auctioneer PHILLIPS BROS., HENRY Hats. Largest StoclVin Town. 81 00 John R. Stuu-o- Huts Nafioney & fisli Bargain. 257 0 acre farm about Insurance and Real five miles from town, on good pike, 1 mile from school, church and store, 100 acres fine tobacco land. Nine room I desire Clro brick residence, crib, shed cerlesand to sell privately my stock of bust Hardware. Dolnu a eood Fencing nes. Will Invoice about 13,'jOO. Kenton granary, silo, barns, etc. 111 Health. good and place well watered. Nine QKU. I). HOl'I'KK.HtanfordKy. 240-barr- Stock of Merchandise for Sale. WATTERSON'S PAPER Weekly Courier Journal -- .'1 CO :; oo lint 2 CO 2 00 1 1 " " " 50 00 " S2 08 2 78' 2 28 1 03 48 03 1 never-failin- g springs, cement troughs. Men's Cashmere and Worsted fc Stanford. J.L.Beazley&Co., In a splendid neighborhood. Stanford Real Estate Co. James R. Keene's horses have won a total of $1,390,000 on the American turf AH kinds of INSURANCE on all in the last seven years, according to figures given out by the Jockey Club. lands of property. Only the largSecond place for the time specified goes est companies represented. to II. P. Whitney, with a total of $485,-00Ilatcs as low as can be Other high figures are: Barney hadauywhere. Schreiber, $451,000; Sydney Paget, $424,000; August Belmont, $400,000; J. Ky., E. Madden, $392,000. 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 1,400 pounds and will be weighed and dolivered on Saturday. The price paid was $5.75 per cwt., mak ing the entire bunch foot up close to Estate. etc. HOME FOR SALE! One story cottace of eight rooms and all necessary outbulldlnKs. I.ot contains one acre, divided Into cow lot on which Is roomy barn, buggy house, corn crib, etc. (lood parden spot. This Is n desirable place, located on corner of Whitley and Miller streets. A. II. IIOLTZOI.AW, Htanford, Ky.r Pants Duchess Trousers. $5 00 AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR 0. 4 :t 3 2 2 1 00 co 00 00 00 CO FARM FOR SALE! :t 01 3 28 2 (IS 2 10 1 03 1 43 1)4 Phone 200. $8,000. Undertakers and Embalm. err. Also Dealers in They will exchange Furniture for 11 Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. STANFORD. . KENTUCKY. 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, 36x96, ico house, buggy house, two corn cribs, etc., two good cisterns, tho whole farm being well watered, well fenced and lavs well. Will sell as a whole or cut 200 acres with improvements, to suit purchaser, which includt's 100 acres as fine bottom land as there is in the county. This is a bargain. See L. R. Hughes, Stanford, Ky. The Best Hour of Life. Is when you do some great deed or discover souio wonderful fact. This hour caino to J. It. Pitt, Rocky Mt., N. C , when he was suffering Intensely, ho sas, "from the worst cold I ever had. I then proved to my great satisfaction what a wonderful Cold andCoughcuro Dr. King's Now Discovery Is For, utter taking ouebottlo 1 was entirely cured You can't say uhythlng too good of a medicine Uko that." Its tho surest and best remedy for diseased brigs, Hemorrhages, LaOrippo, Asthma, Hay Fever or any throutjor lung trouble. 50c, $1. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store, The handsome home of Len A. Spalding in Lebanon, was badly damaged by fire. My farm of 67 acres of good land, well Improved, well watered nnd fenced, Is for sale It Is located seven miles from Htanford In the Miiywood section. IIouso has six rooms. New barn and other necessary oulbulldlucs. A burgqln If sold nt once. Few people In tbe United States have not l. Democratic It. V. I). No. 1, Htanford, Ky. beard of tbe In all things, fair In all things, clean la all things. It Is essentially a family paper. Ily a special arrangement we are enabled to of L fer tbe WF.KlCLy one year and this paper for tbo price named Furniture nud Undertaking. above. Fend your subscription for tbe combination to us not tcthe Oourler-Jou- r Day Tlioue 28. ONLY $1.50. Courier-JournaOOUUIEB-OUKNA- BOYS' I'ANTS. Straight uml ICniekcrhockor. 1 Jc to Sl.'.is. HEAVY FLKKGKI) UNDICUWHAH. 50c qualitr 38c. 25c rjiinlity 10c. AH Shoes Go Below Cost. TRIBBLE & PENCE, Patent, Vici, Velcm nnd Otin Metal. 8C shoes nt 8'J.33. 4.00 Shoes nt 320. 3.C0 slices ut 2.78. 3.00 shoes nt 2.28. 2.00 shoes nt 1.(58. 1.C0 shoes nt 1.10. 2.C0 shoes at 1.08. 4 00 Felts 3 CO " 3 00 " 2 50 " 2 25 2 00 1 The "Ball Band" Felts 3 46 2 OS 2 4S 1 08 Night rhouo 133. Stanford, Kontuchy. POSTED. Rubbers Itubbcrs-"n- all J. C. McClary, co We.whose nnmes appenr below, strictly forbid hunting, llshlug or any kind of trespassing on our places nnd w HI prosecute violators to the full extent of the law. Itulcbenhucb Ilros. Miss Muttlu Huwes, A. T, Traylor, Fred Hnuuiaun, N, II. I'lumiiier, Milium (looou, Dealer In nnd Manufacturer of; It. t). Nuunelley. Will Hester, w. j. t , rues, J. U. nauguiiian, David Htvvens, J. Ilrucu. Marblo and C rani to Monu- JohnUnmuiitsch, win.uoruier. M. 1). K.I more. Unn Traylor, Kred Huudorf, (lotllhUllck. 1). M. Anderson. J.J.TIiompsuii, Mr. and Mrs. Jus. 11. Kuds j. r. Moser, Markers and I'osts, Cemetery uml ljiwn Mrs. N.J. or ton A. Kliuisa Vases unci Huttees. Olllcu and works. Mrs. (leo. logau. J.J.KIIIott. Ky. Frank t'ordler, W. It. Dnugherty, I lev. father Ieo, Dr. (1. (I. Terry, M. II. llaugbinati, 1). w . A, It. IlOOb Uriah Albright Mrs. Murgnret (iooch, Jncoli (lander W H.Trnylor ito.(.UIens, jonn juier, nam iioneris. M.J. Hofmann, Amend Hehuefer, A. It. Matueny K.T, Heuiley Harry Jacobs, ments, 75 " " " " lland 1 1 83 08 v I 48 15-Th- Saturday, Jan. irty Days Days. Hunk, Next Door to Lincoln CountyNntioniil 1 SAM KOBINSON, STANFORD. KY. NOTICE! T feBX&7 y oi , a Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns in the West End In- surance Agency. Get your policies written right in a good company by Mndortakor. Embalmor and baler In Harness, Saddlory, STANFORD, Oslts fbone, 1T. KY- M, W.J.CAMPBELL, Hustonvillo, Ky. Horn, Fuont It.O. Wntkfns, It. H.Orow, v. K. Mcuiure, Mrs. Nnnnlo II. flood, Auton Houecker, Anderson Dnrr, Kred VonGruentguli W. M. Dlshou, Mrs. Kate Ador T. I,. Iluughmnn, Mrs. lUiuecca K. Uitrpeiitur Nloclluu, M. K. Ijtwrenctf, W. Konatz. II. nuviers, Joint H. lA'e, Tom Kerrlll, Dhrlstlan Jacob W. W. 1'ltmaii, Krd l'nyk. Alex()ooHr, J. NevlnOnrter, Henry Hldder K. II. Denham, W, II. (Joocb, 11. 0. Anderson, T. A. like. OusUelsil. Uhrli Oumenlsob, Iteuben (Jurtls. Ttusluy Hpoonauiore James Hniltb, A. I,, t'urter, W. I. W. Carter, W. l'.Orlmes. II. Oalnes. nud Water. Y. M. Fields' J.I,, llolticluw, Mrs. Muttlu White. it. K.uaiuet. W. H. KwetoQ, Miss Mary Teppl, JajsiM Utwtr, A. k.Tmtupa, H. T, 1,. H. darner, M.J. Morgan', Harris, J.O.Hundley. Mrs. J. II. Owsley, II. I,. Kiigaley, Be Wintry Blasts May Come, And thoJUaia Jnnd Snow Fall, but your.stockwill keej) warm in ' Nunncllcy's New Stock Yards Plenty of Covered Pens and Veot Court Day, lleat maiket in tho State. Ho bring them on, Second Monday. I. M. Biuret:, Assistant.