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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r THE JOURNALAVOL XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 8 1910 NO 99 I 1 Editor Shelton M Saufley Treats His Readers to Interesting Items From the Capital FRANKFORT FEU yThe presentI session of tho Kentucky sembly promises to be ono of the doI nothing variety if Indications havo prevailed so far this session coun for anything With tho session half gone no bill of paramount important to tho Stato has been passed by either House unless the Indeterminate Sen tenco bill which permits the Judge in stoat of tho jury to sentence criminals could bo called such Tho idea behind 1this measuro is to secure reformation of t criminal and his release when he 1 j gas proven himself qualified to assocl ate with lawabiding people onco moro i This measure passed tho Senate but i j will have rough sledding in tho House Many see in it an incentive for tho cul of monumental hypocrisy and by every man who goes to Itivatlon Another man who the political side of things de- claredi that It will boat for reelection T every circuit judge In tbo Stato after ho has had tho sentencing of several courts of prisoners Of course principal Interest during the entire session has been centered in tho fate of tho County Unit bill Af ter the adoption of the rules by the Senate however there need never have been any doubt as to that Tho temperance forces allowed themselves to bo bound and gagged in tho rules without a murmur and when they came to themselves the liquor leaders were laughing at them The history of how the to local option bills havo been burled in tho Relig ion and Morals Committee of the Sen ate II too well known to need repetition tSo many of the supposedly temperance Spnatora voted to kill tho billa in that L way that tho temperance leaders aro now doubtful whether they could museI ter u majority of votes for passage of the bill oven if it should by some hookI sbr crook bo disinterred and put up onI Ita merits No therell not bo any tem ptranco legislation at this session andI there are many good democrats whoI are very fearful of the effect of theI strangling of tho County Unit bills on tho next State election Tho democrats aro so greatly in tho majority in both Houses that they cannot escape respon sibility for what is being done Tho Great pity is that tho maws and rank and file of the party will havo to bear the blame for what a few ao called leaders aro doing hero In the name otI democracyILincoln countys Representatives both tho upper and lower House aroI very popular here at the capital No members ever look after their constituency with the tame energy and fideli ty that those from Lincoln do and the rcsult Is that several of tho workers t from homo are enjoying fat berths during tho Legislative term Jesse M j Alverson as assistant clerk of the Sen ate is the most active and efficient as sistant in that body while Joe T Em abry Is very popular as doorkeeper of tho House Senator Took Hubble has offered several bills in tho Senate which if passed will work for Improvement of conditions in several respects Ills measures aro An act glvjng men over 60 years of ago tho right to decline jury service an act placing telephone tele cgraph express and pipe line compa ues under tho jurisdiction of the State railroad commission an act appropria- tingI 20400 for improvements at the School for tho Deaf In Danville an act requiring all life Insurance companies in Kentucky to invest a part of their earnings in Kentucky securities or propertyRepresentative thanks bills are An act amending the libel law so as to give newspapers a chance to retract an act authorizing railroads to carry on a ferry business on act providing a un iform system of accounting for all coun ties an act providing that licens ed lawyers shall look for land titles an act 20000 with annual malntenancotora school for tho color providingItrained nurses and tho Hubble act relating to jury service for men 60 yoara of age Mr Shanks is recognized as ono of tho strongest men in the House and ho occupies tho Speakers chair moro fro quently than any other member when I Speaker Wilson is absent Many friends of the young Lincoln statesman say he will have practically a walkover for the Speakerahlp If he decides to come back next session Others however are urging him to take advantage of his widespread popularity and get into the State races next year They figure that he would bo a mighty hard man to beat for Secretary of State or clerk of the Court of Appeals Mr Shanks is taking very kindly the suggestions that aro being made but hasno yet made up his mind as to what ho do i I haalcomothe capitol was here Thursday when the monument to Governor Goebel was unveiled in the Frankfort cemetery The weather was very bad but they camp to do honor to the stiliI of tho man who wrote such an trant chapter In the history of the Stato services were beautifully impres dive the address of the occasion being delivered by Senator McCreary Gov lieckham acted as master of ceremo nies and Introduced him and it was a nuvel sight to see these two onco bitter opponents for tho Senatorial nomina lion meeting with clasped hands over tho gravo of tho man they loved so well Justus Goebel tho surviving Goebol brother also spoke and his justicelmany oyes Much regret was felt hero that Judge M C Saufley was unable to bo present and deliver an address which he was Invited to do by the program commit tee but tho Illness of his son Geo B Saufley prevented his doing so life address would havo boon an Important addition to tho days ceremony The Legislature adjourned over from Wed nesday to Monday on account of the memorial services and today resumed its grind S M S IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES William Brown an aged and respect ed citizen of Somerset Is dead Eugene Harmons burn In Boyle burn ed Three horses and a lot of hay went up in smoke W A Thomas aged 40 and a lead ing druggist of Richmond Is dead of softening of tho brain Sampson Miracle was sent up for two years from Bell county for striking and wounding Frank Basher Charles King sent up for ten years in 1908 for murder in Ilockcastle was pardoned by Gov Wlllson W A Sinkhorn an L N conductor who o homo was at Junction City died In Louisville Saturday Mrs Amanda Cowan relict of John Cowan a pioneer of this county died the home of her daughter Mrs Sam GOVOT Somerset Times The passenger steamer Howcna struck an obstruction piercing her hull and sank in four feet of water at Fords Island 10 miles below Burnsldo No ono was injured but the freight cargo was slightly damaged Thomas II Griffin of Somerset has filed suit in tho Franklin circuit court against the Goebel Reward Commission ers for 5000 to which sum ho says he entitled for his services In securing much of tho evidence that helped conS vict James Howard and Henry Youtsey for the assassination of Gov Goobel A Lancaster dispatch says Because of tho low price offered by the buyers of hemp the Garrard growers havo concluded to pool their crops and John M Farra of this city has been chosen to represent tho pool He has succeed ed with difficulty in pooling already about B5 per cent of tho crop estimat ed at 750 acres- Pinoville people will voto on the question of opening saloons in tho next month or so The Sun is very much opposed to saloons there and very sensi bly will make a hard fight to defeat tho proposition Editor Metcalf says Somo 6000 or 3000 would be col lected in license from tho saloons and property values in tho town would depreciate 100000 Instead of ono policeman as we now have it would require eight or ten to police the city To pay these men who must be given good salaries as the job of arresting the class of criminals who are made by the sa loons is a most dangerous one and tho extra cost of caring for prisoners would soon use up the license money and in the end the saloon keeper who dishes out tho stuff that necessitates this extra expense to the city and who would bo responsible for the era of crime which is sure to exist will bo tho only ono who will get any profit out of tho saloons E C Walton has sold tho Stanford INTEIIIOR JOUIUL to Shelton M Suaf ley of Frankfort formerly of Stan ford Mr Walton publishes tho best country newspaper in the Stato and wo shall miss him Ho has been with that paper for 30 and during all that time wo have read his paper either as exchange or aa a subscriber Lon Ian Democrat John Pearl editor Staggers Skeptics That a clean nice fragrant com pound like Bucklens Arnica Salvo will Instantly relieve a bad burn cut I scald wound or plies staggers skep tics But groat cures provo its a wonderful healer of tbo worst sores ulcers I bolls felons eczema skin eruptions as also chapped hands sprains and corns Try It 25oat Pennys Drug Store- S Howe Sho has a small waist hasnt tWiseToo small Why the pleas ure of getting around it only lasts about a second r w NEWS NOTES The ferryboat Bettle Owen was burned at Paducah entailing a 15000 loss Former County Judgo R 0 Pace will start a republican poper at Green ville Thero are over 160 cases of smallpox in the Reel Foot Luke section of Ten nessee An annex will be built to the Phoe nix Hotel at Lexington that will cost 350000Fireman C B Wilson who was hurt in a Q C wreck in Tennessee died of his burns A son of the lato Rudolph Leeds of Richmond Ind has bought the Indl anapolis Sun- Squiro James Flannery first magis trato of Campbell county is dead at Newport aged 101 William T Fisher shot to death Ethel Barnard his mistress and then killed himself in New York City Tho medical supply department of the United States army was burned in New York tho loss being nearly 11000 000Thomas L Reed suicided at Winches ter because his wife brought suit for divorce alleging cruelty and drunken ness Tho Lexington Street Railway Co suffered a J50000 loss by the burning of a barn in which were a number of fine cars George D Sparks formerly a clerk in tho general offices of tho L N railroad dropped dead in tho court house in Louisville- A F Carrithers a prominent busi ness man of Lexington is dead at In dianapolis Ho was taken to a hospi tail there some time ago lie was 70 years old Tho confession of Bingham Bryan a Negro cleared up tho mystery of the murder of three women In Savannah Go Tho crime was committed Decem ber 10 last The city council of Lexington has paused an ordinance making It a fine of not less than 50 nor more than 100 and a jail sentence of not less than 15 days for carrying a pistol Tho trustees of Kentucky Stato Uni versity by a unanimous vote elected Judge Henry S Barker now a member of tho Court of Appeals president of the University to succeed James K Patterson Because he wanted to see tho horses run John flyers a teamster con fessed that he set the fire that destroy the building of tho Evansville IndIJournalNews and had causedother fires in the business district State Inspector of Mines C J Nor wood and his two assistants reported that tho disaster at tho Browder mina was caused by tho explosion of powder They allege in the report that they are in possession of the keg which contain ed the powder Mrs Mary Blair Brokaw was granted a separation from her husband W Gould Brokaw a millionaire and was yearThebyJustlcogranted on the ground of desertion Syrous Drake of Minnesota was are rested In New York by the Federal au thorities Drake is specifically accused of having obtained 30 from Fanny Ca gie of Hodgensville Ky to prosecute the claim to the Drake estate 150 from J C Drake of Whitefleld Ky and 10 from a man named Miller of Corsicana Tex A legal clash developed in the sensa tonal Swepe case in Kansas City It camp when at the request of tho at torney for Dr B C Hyde the circuit court at Independence Mo dismissed tho first suit brought recently by tho physician against John G Paxton executor of the Swope estate asking 100 000 for the alleged slander and enjoin ed attorneys from taking deposi tionsWireless telegraphySsavcd tho lives of the captain and crew of the steamer Kentucky The ships signal of dis tresu was picked up at Cape Hatteras and in a few minutes theisteamshlp Alamos reply was heard The Alamo reached tho Kentucky before 5 oclock in the afternoon and took off the crew of 47 men Tho Kentucky was sinking rapidly and was expected to go to the bottom before midnight Life on Panama Canal Has had ono frightful drawbackria trouble that has brought suffering and death to thousands Tho germs cause chills fever and ague bllllous ncsi laundlco lassitude weakness and general debility But Electric Bit ters never fail to destroy them and cure malaria troubles Three bottles completely cured me of a very severe attack of malaria writes Wm A Fretwell of Lucama N CandIve had good health over since Cures Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles and prevents tjrpnold COq Guaranteed by PcnDys prig tarnA vowo4aaaia 44 444 as 22 c aa a4 44 4 44 z 2 aas 44 44 44 44 44 as 144i 4 44 IiIIIij Ya i y4i Teli i 4 ia 14i4 1- Ia Now is The time To Buy yr i 2t i x i b 4 i Cummins Wearena 4 i 4 t iSTANFORD KENTUCKY iIal11RJt MirM 11 i 0s 1 Mfirfd44lv 4fvvv44t44fvQrwvfVrvrvvVVVWfVff avffvfflfffQVI VVt PIRIM M+ MPMP l11MMM I CHURCH MATTERS IRev Wallace Logan Nourse a promi Southern Presbyterian minister and grandson of the lato United States Senator William Logan died of heart failure at his home in Hopklnsville He had held important pastoral charges in Indiana and Kentucky The new pastor of tho Presbyterian church Rev D H Scanlan was installed Sunday with appropriate ceremonies Dr Gray McAllister of Lou isville Dr J E Ballou of Middlesbo ro and Rev J Y Logan of Somerset all took part in the service Richmond Register Rev C R Blain of Louisville preached two excellent sermons at the Presbyterian church Sunday Our peo ple are greatly pleased with Mr Blain both as a preacher and a gentleman Prof Paul Deemer made the services more enjoyable with his cornet which ho plays nicely MATRIMONIAL James M Spaw and Miss Levenia Williams were made one at G T Wil lams on the 6th Charles Hodge aged 23 and a wid ower and Miss Lou Wethington sweet 16 will be married at Moreland on the 13thMR AND MRS HUGH TERHUNE were taken completely by surprise this week by tho mrrrluga of their daughter Miss Virginia Terhune and Dr Leslie A Rico Tho ceremony was performed on Monday evening in Louisville in the par lor of the First Christian church Dr E L Powell officiating Harrodsburg Herald Strange isnt it that such a pressure should be brought to bear by the liq uor interests at Frankfort upon th members of tho Legislature to induc- them not to pass the County Unit bill when same interests contend that un der prohibition more liquor is sold than under the license system Somewhat anomalous to say the least of it But there seems to bo ono or two Senators notwithstanding the protests of their constituents who do not need to have the pressure brought to bear upon them In order to induce them to vote wet notwithstanding those who elected them were led to believe otherwise Advocate Wonder to what Senators our neighbor has reference Fire in the McKlssick Hotel Reno Nev routed 100 guests from their rooms in great disorder August Scbae fer fireman of the hotel was burned to death Tho guests many of whom were from the East scrambled down khp fire escapes and nono was injured Breathe Hyomel and kill the catarrh germs heal the inflamed membrane stop discharge of mucus and forever rid yourself of catarrh Guaranteed by G L Penny Complete tllt 1 ptSoKt the Lincoln Bounty national Bank It Of Stanford Kentucky i 4 Surplus Capital Resources 5000000I S H SHANKS PRESIDENTS WM BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTtjB CLER- KDIREOTORSI W CarterStanfordJohnkin TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN J882- CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED20OOO HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 214500 Combines AbsoluteJSafcty with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICERS J S Hocker President PresidenteJohn J McRobcrls Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cashr- WWSaundCrsDookkeeper DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman M D Elmore J M Pettus H C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson E C Walton J S Rocker C E Tate u n aFOR Rock Bottom Pricesjo f ON Wagons Plow Gear Buggy Harness i J4 L SAUND 5 Crab Orchard w The Interipr JournalI SHELTON M SAUFLEY owican HON HARVEY HELMIi of LIncoln county Is n candidate for re Irour the Eight- hdttrlctsubteettotheactlonofthe demo cratic partyI WE join the State Journal In opposition to the issue of 500000 In State bonds or for any amount A bonded debt Is a hard thing to get rid of r whereas interest bearing warrants which were authorized by law during the Bradley administration could be I taken upat any time the State has the money It is singular that such devices are only necessary under republican rule The interest bearing warrants were Issued right and left during Brad tin leys encumbency and now the State Is f a similar hole The State Journal significantly says that the democratic i administration of eight years never issued any because it always had money enough to pay its debts and the debts j of preceding administrations Let the 1democratic Legislature hesitate long to authorize the bond = Issue There are plenty of revenues to tmeeteven the great increase of expend itures under Willson if not frittered away in keeping useless soldiers in the field and other unnecessary expenses Besides it will be a good idea to let the ll Willson administration take care of it 4selfCINCINNATI is maintaining it reputa tion of being the Paris of America The Enquirer says that there were eight murders themaJorlty of the vie tuns being women who were frightfully butchered and seven suicides In that city during January There may be excuses for the suicides who probably had no where else to go and didnt want to grin and endure the pain but It is horrible to think of helpless wo men being butchered to death That species of murder pis peculiarly indig enous to the North =We rarely hear of the murderof awoman in the South unless by a Negro fiend They are safe from the hands of white men here HON A OWSLEY STANLEY who is closely related to the Baileys and Ows r4 leys of thlslcountylwas nominated for Congress Tuesday beating his two op ponents together over 4000 majority He carried everylcounty In the Second district except thetwo in which his opponents lived and came near car rying them Hsnextwill be Mr Stan leys fourth term and he has made so good it islikely that he will be a Con gressional fixture for some time Ed itor Givensoflthe Henderson Gleaner and Lawyer Clements of Owensboro are nip andtuck for second place in about the poorest race any men ever ran ae SENATOR DANIEL the onelegged a Coafederateveteran seems to have a w hold on the people of Virginia that Is impossible to break He has just ti been renomlnated for another term in the UnitedStates Senate a continuous performancethat goes on every six years and IlwillJ continue until the grand old man joins his beloved com rades in the greatlbeyond UNTIL this month the government bae always let the printing of postal cards to contract Now there has been installed In its printing office at Wash ington machinery ctpable of turning out 3500000 cards a day It is hoped that this will give the over paid and excessive number of printers something g to do to help earn their salaries THE grand jury at Jersey City in t search of evidence to indict the beef 4trustfor conspiracy to force up the of necessities found 36000 000 eggs and over 100000 pounds of poultry in one cold rtorage establish I Wnt It would be a good Joke on the conspirators if the whole mess was found to be unfit for use TilE Harrodsburg Herald says at the lowest calculation seven out of every 10 persons are for the extension of hog County Unit whlchwasblocked by two men and talks out plainly in meeting about it The worst of it is the demo cratic party will have to bear the odium of the failure of its Senators to keep promisesAN woman who has just r died aged 116 used tobacco for 110 years What Is worse looking than a shriveled old woman of that age ex Sept a mummy Unless they want to live always and look like that we would advise our young lady friends to cut it outcut out the filthy weed IT only took the National Senate 40 minutes to pass the army appropriation bill carrying 95440557 This Is at the rate of 2336014 a minute and is going some even for a billion dolla countryA woman says that kissing is overdone there As we hardly believe A anybody would kiss a native Bos tonrse we suspect the reference is t the strangers within their midst iii PRESIDENT TAFT complajns that the White House is lonely If be will or der the doors opened to admit all office f seekers hell soon find It lively enough MORE than half of the Legislative session is gone and yet no law has been passed and sent to the governor How ever this may notbo a bad things Wo have a sufficiency of laws now and judging from the characterlof the bulk of tho bills offered they are not very nec essary The Legislature Is a decided nuisance anyway which wuought to be glad to get rid of as cheaply as possl ble TILE democrat elected to succeed De Armond of the 12th Missouri district who was burned to death got 3750 ma Jorlty a gain of 1650 lover tho last election The Show Me State is showing that her Congressman Champ Clark is right in his prediction that the next Congress will be strongly demo cratic POLITICAL Representative William C Lovering of Massachusetts died atjhis homo in Washington aged 75 years The nomination of H W Lockridgo as postmaster of Mt Sterling was sent to the Senate by the President Edwin M Lee of Lawreeceburg Ind was chosen republiconiState chair man of Indiana at a meeting of the State Committee Gov Charles E Hughes of New York has signified his intention of voting to hold the next Governors conference at Frankfort Medical Director Charles F Stokes was nominated to be Surgeon General of the navy to succeed Rear Admiral P M Rixey who retires voluntarily John J Vertrees of Nashville a leader of the Tennessee bar a demo crat and a warm personal friend of President Taft has been asked to take charge of the case for Ballinger m the BallingerPinchot Congressional inves tigationSenator Smoots amendment to the postal savings bank bill prohibiting the the withdrawal for investment of pos tal funds from banks in which they might be deposited so long as the banks are willing to pay 21 per cent interest was agreed to in a slightly modified form by the Senate Former Circuit Judge W C Harrodsburg dropped in on a numberI of the democratic Congressmen It is reported that Mr Bell is planning to make the race for the democratic nom ination for Attorney General and that he is well qualified Therefore his pro jected candidacy for Congress is stren uously denied by him Washington dis patch to Louisville Times Here and There Key Bros barn near Mayfield burn ed destroying a lot of fine stock and lots of feed The JeffriesJohnson fight will be held in San Francisco says John B Gleason one of the promoters Walter J McDonald who defied the sheriffs posse at Walker Minn when he barricaded himself In his house after shooting Howard Sexton suicided by shooting Irs Rosa Gauman wife of a wealthy dairyman living in the suburbs of Lou isville was assaulted in daylight by a Negro who was later caught at Cece lia She is in a dangerous condition The Negro Is in the Louisville jail The city council of Winchester assessed the Burley Tobacco Society for 300000 of property for 1907 the same aUegIng assess them The city attorney was directed to take the proper steps for collecting it In Memory titleForrest McClary Safe in the arms of Jesus II sleepsOhAnd yet her mother weeps presenceLongsHer sorrow Is great indeed to bear But God will take His choice playmateThere and fair Than this little one who from us was taken And carried to them up there There in the Heavenly kingdom Where all is joy and love May the mother and sister be gather ed at last And so unite the family above A B Dirk The Best Hour of Life Is when you do some great deed o discover some wonderful fact This hour came to J RPitl Rocky Mt K C when he was suffering intensely be SIIoJSufrom the worst cold I ever had 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 ahything too good of a medicine like that Its the surest and best remedy for diseased Asthr maHay Fever or any throat or lung tronble 60c 81 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Perny Drug Store r 115ACitE farm three miles from Stan good pike and in splendid com omunity In high state of cultivation has a twostory frame dwelling new barn and all necessary outbuildings Place well watered and fenced Will sell at right figure Stanford Real Es tate Co 1 I Waltons Opera House THREE NIGHTS AND SATURDAY MATINEE NIGHTFEB 10th BROWNS COMEDY COMPANY Presents the Popular 3Act Comedy UNCLE JOSH Companion play to the Old Homestead Uptodato high class specialties between acts by tho three little tots THE ALTON CHILDREN Harold Leola and Charley Entire change each performance Popular prices 25 and 35 Cents Children under J2 15 Cents Reserved scats at usual place One Lady Free Thursday Night With EacH 35 Cent Ticket Sold Carload Of Fresh Lime JUST RECEIVED hits ar W H HIGGINS a Stanford Kentucky I IR B MAHONEY Pres J T WHITE Scoy AT S FISH Treos The Citizens Realty and Title Co tFarao houses JI1d lots for rent sale or exchange Persons desiring quick sales or purchases in realty of all kinds Call on or write us at KYi CommissionsrI Our Specialty Phone 200 RURAL TELEPHONESI MR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get tho latest market quotations at any time This can bo accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received Call or uddressour nearest office or writo direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you are not nt present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines over the States of Kentucky- Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and tho Southernportion of Indiana and Illinois EAST TEL CO I INnOUPOUATUD Stock of Merchandise iI for Sale desire to sell prlvatclrmystock of Oro eerie and liard ware nit a goad bUll ness Wilt invoice about Iet00 Iteaion IillhealthOEO DIIOPEnBaDfordX1 HOME FOR SALE One story cottage of eight rooms and all neceitary outbuildings Lot contains one roomyburngnrden ttpot Tbli Is a denlrable place locat ed on corner ot Wliltley and Miller Btreets A H nOLTZOLlW Stanford Kjr I Good Every Day Here are some things you need every I day in the year wet or dry hot or cold You use the same weights styles and colors OVERALLS And we have just sized up on them and can fit you any size from a childs 4 Nos5 to a mans size 5- 0Suspenders t i The same every day in the year the I I HARRIS is the best 25c to 2 pair DRESS SHIRTS The FOUNTAIN is the standardneat black and white effects fancy or plain white are the popular colors with soft t or plaited bosom as you li- keNECKTIES If you Did not See our necktie Windowy last Week it was Your MisfortuneS But it is not too late come inside and see themtitH J McROBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY EE EE mPenny R H Coffey E R Coleman CO Dr Hess Poultry Panacea I iWillmake hens lay euro lbmfBand keep r good thrifty condition Tho increase in the flayfor I tiY j It is soldat Penny Drug + Store PENNYS DRUG STORE IrStanford Kentucky E 3 BB3 3E I American Wire Fence GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford H B NORTHCOTT Dealer in Live and Dressed Poultry Eggs Ice Coal Wool Hides Furs Salt Lime Gin seng and Feathers PHONE 35 LANCASTER KY BRANCH HOUSE 1TelephonetHeB NORTHCOTT Stanford 1 o di I LastCall on Cloaks I I iI1 T SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY II The Interior Journal ph 4f STANFOIID KY Fun M1910 t NEEDLES Dobbins and Shuttles for I DrugStoret PERSONALS J C itEm has boen quite ilok J T UINGAMAN continues qulto IAIR PBACIIJB HAUGIIMAN Is ill with typhoid fever MRS UOIION CAMPIIEIL li with her mother in Lancaster MRS J U McALISTER and Mr W W Hays continue very ill MR D M lao of Richmond visito d his sister Mrs G G Perry MR L M UBID of Hustonville was hero with friends Saturday ATTORNEY GEO li SAUFLEY con tin net very III of typhoid fever Mis Dow McllouERTS spent Sat urday with Richmond relatives MESSRS J T AND W C DROWN of Wayntsburc were callers yesterday- J U PERKINS of Wayncsbunr drop pcd In Saturday and 1 J Miss GOODIE REDD of Crab Ochard spent a few days with Miss Kittio Huff itman LUTES the Turnersvlllo mer chant went to Louisville Sunday to buy goods DR O B PALMS and daughter Miss Clara Fallls were over from Danville SaturdayMiss PEPPLES has returned from a delightful visit to friends at LancasterMiss ce TKUEIIEART spentI invrnl days In the country with Mrs t A D Hoot- MI8111RENE ROMANS of Lancaster Is with Miss Levin Harris in the hub- ble section Miss MARY HIGGINS came up from Somerset Friday to see her grunmorh or who is ill MR E P OWSLEY of Columbus Gn I spent a few days with his father Dr J U Owslcy BRADLEY BOURNE of Lancaster spent a few days with his sister Mrs W Warner REV A A HIGQINS came up from to see his grandmother MrsI Elizabeth HlRKlns Miss ELSIB SINGLRTON of Eubanks was hero Saturday to see her friend t Miss Sallie Farmer CLYDE JAMES of Paris is hero to ro ceivo hemp at the Bright Paxton warehouse for Scars Son MRS P M MCROBERTS returned to Arcadia with her sister Miss Florence 4Shelby and remained a few days T CARSON of Lebanon and W P Carson of Hnstonvlllc mot here Saturday for a business conference Miss ELIZABETH ALLEN of Millers burg was the charming guest of Paris friends Monday Lexington Herald PETER STRAUB of Somerset was up Sunday to see his little daughter Mamba who is very ill with typhoid foyer MESSRS W B AND G A McRoB ERTS of Danville were here Sunday to see their relative Mrs I Sins Miss HATTIE GREENE was called over from Lexington to see her brother Ed ward Greene Is III with typhoid fever MRS It II BATSON and little daugh ter Cecil are in Stanford on n visit to Mr and Mrs J II Hilton Lancaster RecordMR A HIGGINS and daughter Miss Julia of Richmond wero hero to see their relative Mrs Eliza both Higgins 4 y CArT SAM M DUNCAN of Lancas ter took Saturdays train hero for At lanta where he will visit his sister Mrs W S Elkin LEVI ELDER of Crab Orchard was hero Saturday selling our merchants + groceries lie is traveling for the Lou a tsville Co REV W H HOPPER of Louisville and Prof W 0 topper of Mt Sterling I Saturday Sunday with tho homefolka hero Mn JOHN P JONES formerly of this now traveling for the Queen Manufacturing Co of Cincinnati was hero calling on tho merchants Mn J C STANLEY went up to Liv ingston yesterday to take a position with Restaurant Stanley is a clover gentleman and we hope the people of his adopted homo will treat Tills office had a pleasant call Friday from Mesdames Kato Bowling of Lou isville and M F Murphy of this coun ty Both are daughters of tho late Monroe Curtis Thu former was ac companied by her husband- T C WILLIS attended tho funeral of his aunt Mrs Nannie Arnold at Rich mond Mr and Mrs Julius VonGrun Jjjen and daughter Frances are visit ing relatives in this week Mr VonGrunigcn is attending the Hard ware Dealers Convention J H Tur and daughter Edna jner for Clearwater FlaTessa- mine Journal IMu J S HOCKEU has been quite BEVERLY tOUT of Louisville visited the homufolks here It IL MBTCALF and Will Beck or McKtnnoy nro both sick visitingher IideIMARY little daughter of Jas Burke who has been very ill or typhoid fever now has whooplngxough Miss MARY CLARK ENGLEMAN of North Dakota Is with her relatives Mr and Mrs John Engleman LOCALS NewIlaniJper on Claiborno Walton FISH oysters celery cranberries Saturday Geo II Farris I PIANO FOR SALESquaro variety Will sell cheap Apply at this office IP you are looking orfresh oysters and celery go to J D Horton restau rant THREE suites of 0 omerin the Odd Fellows building for rent Apply to Ed Wilkinson TRY some puro J coal The coal that lasts Denhams Coal Yards Stan ford and Rowland TilE Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tian church will meet in tho lecture room of tho church Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock THERE armrests 28 days at Somerset all on account of booze retty good record for a town of 6000 or 6000 Inhabitants THOSE indebted to estate of Dr L B Cook must settle at once or I willI be compelled to collect tho accounts bylaw Mrs L B Cook admx L B Cook ARTHUR Goocil charged with killing his stepfather Cam Gooch was held over to tho grand jury at his trial before Judge Balliy The defendant was not placed on tho stand THE Frankfort News says that lionj W J Price of Danville will run for Congress this year The Advocate Mr Prices homo paper has not been heard from on tho subject yet YouI have to go away from home to find news sometimes MAJOR REYNOLDS soldhis home known as tho locker place on tho lIulII onvillo pike to a Mr McClure of Da kota for 3UOO Mr John C Gooch and family will occupy It Mr Roy nolds bought of Mr Alex Holtzclaw his homo on Whitley Avenue for 1300 OUR good republican friend Mr W Russell Dllllon has been appointed ceri Bus supervisor for this county He and a number of those who want to take census in the various precincts of Lincoln county wero hero Saturday taking tho examination under Postmaster J C Florence MR W T SMITH succeeded Mr Alex Holtzclaw as the jolly Jehu on the route between Srnnford and McKinney Ho has a good twohorso rig and will make the roundtrip dally leaving Stan ford at 916 A M and returning after No C the northbound passenger leaves McKinney Faro for trip to or from McKinney 76c FIRE Tho roof of Mrs Mattlo Withers homo on West Main street caught fire at about 11 oclock yesterday morn Ing and in a remarkably short time the fire company was at work extinguishing tho lames Tho origin of tho fire Is unknown but it is supposed that a spark from tho chimney ignited the dry shingles The loss will amount to sev eral hundreds of dollars Tim Comedy Company which played at tho Rink during tho past week closed itA engagement Wodnes day night It was by far tho best com pany that has appeared hero and should it over return it would certainly play to crowded houses The plays were clean and nothing was said or dono that could not have been repeated in the parlor of tho home Each ono played his part well and received hearty en core Etowah Tenn Enterprise At Waltons Opera House Thursday Fri day and Saturday nights February 10 11 and 12 1 4f I PURE Cannel block coal at Dcnhama yards at 18c per bushel delivered in town FOR SALEA pairyof mules a hor tress mare and a Jersey cow L It Hughes Stanford SMALL storeroom for Suito blo for photograph gallery Will rent cheap li C Anderson Stanford FOR SAIfLot of locust posts Will cut J M Ware Stan ford R F D No1 Telephono No 721 KINO HOTEL at Crab Orchard for sale at a bargain Will give easy payments Citizens Realty Co J T White Secretary FOR solo at a bargain 100 acres of land on good turnpike two miles from Stanford Will sell as a wholo or cut in two if sold at onto Tho Citizens Realty Co J T Whlte Secy SOLD have sold my stock of groceries and insist on all who owe me an account to please call and setAo so I can straighten up my business at once Respectfully J M Phillips KINDLY bring sew Intho amount of your dues at this office Tha paper has changed hands and settlement has to be made Help the new manage ment as well as the old by squaring up right away COMING SURE Smith Johnsons minstrels will oppcar nt the Theatorlum tuesday night Feb 8 Come and en joy a real Southern Negro play 16 stars and between acts highclass moving pictures At Thcatorium 0 LACKEYDelanoy M Lackey aged 83 Is dead at Lancaster after a pro tracted illness Ho is survived by his wife a daughter and son He was a leading member of the Presbyterian church and a splendid citizen J I W A CARSON has eehis fancy grocery fruit store and restaurant on Lancaster street opposite the courthouse and is ready to wait on the public lie tells us that ho will have a fine court day dinner next Monday W H BRADY has Bold to W HI Mueller and Bohon Campbell his stock i groceries fruits etc next door to Mr Muellers and Mr Campbell is run ning the business Mr Brady was com pelled to retire from busincaon account ill health AT the meeting of thecity council Thursday night a license of 200 was puton Cream of Hops and such other decoctions of beer and the license was raised on pool tables to 75 for tho first table 50 for tho second and 125 for tho third Tho license on them has heretofore been 25 for oach table TUB Brown Comedy Co uses no pa per on tho wall to advertise relying on tho merits of Its opening performance to which It admits one lady free with each 35c ticket sold You can purchase reserved Beats for 35c and havo the next seat free for wife sweetheart sis ter or mother or two ladies admitted for price of ono Remember date Thursday February 10th at Waltons Opera House ww To TUB INSURING PUBLIC Having suffered less to my tobacco and tobacco barn by fire and being insured with Jesse D Wearen tho insurance man Stanford Ky I tako pleasure in re commending both Mr Wearen and the companies represented by him to tho public for their prompt and liberal set tlement of my loss I also wish to state that Mr Wearen was insuring tobacco and tobacco burns during night rider troubles when other companies would not so I recommend him and his companies to the farmers of this and ad joining counties L D Homey Way nesburg Ky R F D No2 Jan 20 1910 Foil three nights lastweek tho Brown Comedy Company held the boards at the Majestic Theatre and gave to our theatre patrons a really good season of clean pretty comedy Manager Brown and his capable com thoroughly understand tho art of pleasing and in every instance they gave value to their patrons Tho company is well balanced and every ploy was staged in excellent form That they pleased goes without saying This excellent troupo plays a return en gagement in Corbin later in the month and sure to enjoy a very liberal patronage Corbin This com- hold the boards at Waltons SatI You Can Buy Any Cloak in our House at Just One Half Price WE MAKE THIS EXTRAORDINARY OFFER PREVIOUS TO INVOIC- INGBARGAIN HUNTERS DONT LET THIS GET BY YOU I JUDGE WAYNE C COOK of Coyrdon Ind brother of tho late Dr L B Cook of this place is n candidate for State Senator of iiU district HURRAH for JuJgo M C Sauiley for governor writes Allen Hart of Hood River Oregon Mr Hart for merly lived in thu Kings Mountain section WE havo farms or in Hardincounty in 50 acre tracts to 030 acres and prices from 300 to 11000 These lands pro duco fine Burley tobacco Stanford Real Estate Co soACRE farm about seven miles from Stanford Land all cleared and in good stato of cultivation six room cottage barn double crib etc Right on close to good school house and church and in good community Well watered and fenced Price 2OCO Stanford Real Estate Co Miss MARY WILSON who teaching tho Lynnwood school had the following pupils to the county diploma LucySmithDudderar and Elizabeth Mathcny and Master Will Lynn Wood The first two aro only 16 years of age while the oth er three are only 13 Is there another rural school In tho county that can beat this 7 This is very complimentary to both and teacher Tho public school closed last Friday The patrons are so well pleased with Miss Wilson that they have employed her to teach a Spring term A PATRON RAW FURS BOUGHT TRAPPERS ATTENTION I AEEURKHARDL IRACCOONbSkUNKIIUSKRATMINK 1JterU1lvtCl8cllntlO1 No 6131 Report ot the Condition of LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Ilt BtnnfordKy In the Htnto of Kentucky at tint close of business Jon SI 1U1U HMouiicrs Lonna and Discounts f 2GJCTO 00 Iverdraftssecuredundunsecured 148 B 02 U H Bands to secure circulation tajuuo 00 land Securities Etc SOOOO 00 DanInghousefurnitureundfixttlreL 8300 00 Due from National Ilnnks not m servo agents 47978 Duo from approved reserTuaeents 7047 48 Note of other National Hunks 410 CO fractional papercurrencynlckels- nnd cents 3CD C4 lawful Sidney Itcsvrve In vln Hpecle IIMoe W- regntender notes tXU CM W104 oo- ledemptlon fund with U H Treas urer 16 per ct of circulation 260000 IU4M08J LIABILITIES npltnl mock paid In I Woco ro urplui fund 4300 00 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes pnI 1007 XI rational Hank notesoutstandinK 4VWOW Due to other Nat Hanks 32lJCIi dDue to Htate and Private lianks A Hunkers GUI Individual deposits sub ject to check 915979 fS- Jemuiid Certificates of deposit 6000 00 Imocerttllcatesof deposit ttlfSt U Hills Including Certificates of deposit fur money borrowed 10000 00 IC3Ca 32 Htatoof Kentucky County of Lincoln gst ItVIlUr1ght Cashier of tho above named bunk do solemnly swear that the above statement U truo to the lust of my knowledge and belief W M BiuonTOashler Subscribed and sworn to before mo this bt day of Jan 1810 J J McKoberts NI1 Correct Attest J H Owsley H II hanks J lllaxton Directors Heportof oho Condition of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK at Stanford In tho State of Kentucky at tho close of budnewJnn SI 1V1- 0HKHOUKCrS Loans and Discounts JlKMMi 28 Ovcrdraftsgecured und unsecured eTO B3 U H Bonds to secure circulation flXO 00 Premiums on U H bonds lwo oo Hands securities etc 4145 00 Dunking house furniture and fix lures 4044 61 Other real estate owned 40a 45 Duo from National Hanks not re servonscnts 8779 Vt Duo from tHule 1rlvato flanks A Bankers Trust Cos A Hay- Ing UnnkK JJ08 37 Duo from apPIVcd reserve ngentll SSeio W Checks and other cash Items W77 PO Notes of other Notional Hunks LIPS 00 Fractional pnper currency nick elland cents H2 S6 Reserve In Rank vlxt Hpeclo ISte9 CO Local tender notes 314300 1818100- UoUemptlon fund with U H Treas urer 5 per cent circulation J60i 00 tsso5ro9tvt LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In 1 POOIO 00 Hurnlus fund aiouo 00 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid IIIUI M National hank notes outstanding 49000 00 Duo to other National Banks Dun to approved Iteservo Agents Individual subject to check 18120615 Demand certificates of Deposits Tlmuccrtlllcotes of deposit tIAAllA Notesnfd hills redlicountcxl Hills payable including Uertlll cute Deposit for money borrowed Reserved for taxes 4W 89 rJII3W 92 Htnto of Kentucky County of Lincoln sat I John J Mcltobcrts Cushier of the above named hank do solemnly swear that tho above statement Is truo to the best of lilY knowledge and bullet JOHN J McIlonKiiTB Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th dny of Feb 1810 W M Bright NI Correct Attestt II O nanghman J y Cummins K O Walton Directors 11IBIG Embroidery And Lace SALE I Hamburg and insertion to match widths from 1 to 10 inches ma crial nainsook d Swiss values from 12Jo to 25c Choice 8c per yard Also big values in laces edges and inscstions In val torechon and linen values from 10 to 15c per yard choice 6c per yard We have anything you are lookidg for in white goods at right IdIHUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoesjl STANFORD KENTUCKY c Dress Ginghams fI I The largest As sortment ever 5 Brought to this Market t I weE PERKINS x Crab Orchard Ky 1 Tinting Plumbing Heating Dont let 1010 pass without having hot and cold water through your house with a beautiful w- hitePorcelain Bath Outfit IlaTO W K WARNER to install your country water works with reasonable prices and guarantee We also carry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS Roofing and Roofing PaintsCall see ui o W K WARNER Stanford Ky W UOARTYPres E C WALTON VPres L R HUGHE8S kT I Stanford Real Estate Coi t Stanford Kontuclly Farms nod Town Property Handled on Commission Stocks arid Bo it- Sold If you Havo Property to Sell or Rent Notify Us Write for Circular to L R HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky r f IThe Interior Journal jnteredintAe Pot Office al tanford- Naard II cklre maUtr L at N TImE TABLE No fI Mouth 11f6 R x No 1011 A X No nNorth uta A X- NonNortbIIIV r X- NoYr JONA K No SiIIfOPII JOS S RICE Agont A S PRICESurgoon Dontlst STANFORD KENTUCKY Ol Ice over Mdtoberts Drug Store in the Owaley Buildi- ngMASONS MEET FdADfwlllmcetIn third Monday nlRbt oteach month at T30 oclock In ttteir hall on main Itreoot Stan ford ternall KyInvitedbtobe presentTOeWare Pen nlngton Sec Fall and Winters Stock Jlue measure takenbYBtailor of ex lopricenbuaineMelotbeatwnl have that which plainly tndlcnto they were made to our W6A8U re I will also take your mea ure for extra trousers fancy veate top coats and overcoats Fall and winter sampler on hand rendy for your lnepectlon- Ii 0 RUPLEY The Tailor Stanford Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE J eanfurnllb the publiowilh the bet as well e tbe fnbet of cut nowon plants ofIall kind bUlbs potted nowers on notice Also make apeclaltyof wreaths for for funeral In connection with I have all klndsof vegetables on baud at reasonable price OIlltl8T fAN OREEN tIOUSES lIliUIIJlAHD PROR Stanford KyI klsures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Roaldence rhone 80 Otnce 96 Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedCONCRETING r In poltlon to do nil kind of con crating lneb as Block Work lavements and to fact we can wake any thing from r houle down to a fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee firt class pricebeforei PHILLIPSBROS is Stanford Ky r Mahoney fish I Insurance and Real Estate All kind of INSURANCE on all kinds of property Only the largo eeL companies represented Rates S low as can beIhad anywhere stanford Hy Phone 200I J L Beazley CoI UodeltSkers and Embalm ere Also Dealers in Furniture IattiogsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kind of Stock live Them a Call Prices Right ITNF018D KENTUCKY J CMcClary Undertaker Embalmer and- Doalor In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY flooe Phone let lIoJll Phone M FARMERS DEPARTMENT Flty good ewes for sale W E Moss Lancaster J F Moser sold to W H Drown a pair of mules for 400 FOR SALE30 ewes good ones Nunnelleys Stock Yards Stanford T W Jones bought at Richmond two carloads of butcher cattle at 21 to 4c D N Prewitt sold to Ed Corrigan the good colt Den Sleet for 2 500 A basket of Burley tobacco brought 42e at Shelbourno Warehouse at Lexington FOR SALE40 bushels Blue Grass seed in chaff Price 116 bushel W M Bright Murphy Rankin of Hedgeville have sold 50000 pounds of tobacco recently at lac L Bowman Owens bought of William Horton a pair of coming throe yearold mules for 465 Walter Cleland sold 40 100 pound shoats to Blake Eastland at S1cHar rodsburg Herald FOR SALENlco lot of extra good orchard grass and blue grass seed Jas D Shelby Junction City Ky Charles Kohler the New York piano manufacturer paid Sam Hildreth 40 000 for the race horse Fitzherbert The 6000000 farms In the United States average UG acres each and con stitute nearly onetourth the countrys wealth G Nat Berry sold hIs farm of 217 acres on tho Georgetown pike In Fay otte county to Charles F Winslow for 45000 John Baugh bought of A L Bullock of near Dalllls 50 hogs welghlpg from 80 to 250 pounds at 7cSomerset Republican FOR SALETwo coming twoyear old mules and two coming three year olds Josiah Anderson Stanford R F D No4 The agricultural bill carrying appropriations aggregating 13417136 was passed by the House of Representatives WashingtonFOR three year old mules All broken and In good working order Call on or phone Logan Hubble Lan caster R F D No1 R S Scudder lost by death a valua ble three year old mare by Red Leaf dam the George Miller Givens mare She died of pneumonia and was valued at 500 J K Baughman of the West End sold to Willis FoX of Lewlsburg Tenn 57 coming twoyearold mules at 128 50 and a paIr of coming three year olds for 475 I lIAVE an eight year old walton team for sale Also a five year old wagon horse 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 A ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRE farm on good pike Has two houses In 2l miles of raIlway station Land produces good tobacco Look at It and you will buy It Price only 2500 Stanford Real Estate Co Ed Lewis of near McKinney sold a mule to Mr Burton for 210 Mitchell Taylor of Danvllle paid the highest price for mules that has been recorded here for some time He bought two threeyear old mules for 4ooSomer set Times At the sale of J H Shore CoI near Hustonvllle Friday mules brought from 350 to 465 per pair horses 80I 125 sheep 3 cows 30 to 45 A good deal of the teed and stock hadI been sold privately before the sale An Immense crowd was present and bid ding was spirited I will sell at public auction at Nun nelleys stock pens at Il oclock Mon day morning February 14 1910 court day 12 twoyearold mules and eight or nine hllthgrade two yoar old Jersey heifers which will calve In the spring Remember the place date and hour Also a 2 yearold Jersey bull W II- Rlstney Stanford BAROAIN257 710 acre farm about five miles from town on good pike I mile from school church and store 100 acres fine tobacco land Nine room brick resIdence 2l0barrel crib shed granary silo barns etc Fencing good and place well watered Nine nevertalllns springs cement troughs etc In a splendid neighborhood Stan ford Real Estate Co DAROAIN354 acres of good land of which 100 acres Is bottom land eight room dwelllnst two good stock barns new tobacco barn 3Gx9G 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 tine countyThisStanford Ky Curt Robinson told to Coleman Hicks a pair of fiveyearold mules for 450 LexlnlttonTobaccotobacco at 15c W D Burton shipped to the Wilson Live Stock Co 21 and four horses The average price was 206 Banks Hudson bought of James House about 100 acres of hemp grown on the Beazley place of Yates Hudson about 100 acres and of W S Carrier about 2Oacrea at5te per pound =Lsncaater Record At Paris Retta Hussey lured star ted a fire wltb coal oil and was burned to death BONNIE EDA MAYNE The leading lady of Drowns Comedy Co which appears here for a season of three nights commencing Thursday night Fob 10In the great comedy Uncle Josh Miss Mayno Is talented and versatile being equally at home whether In the comedy or emotional roles She will appear during this engagement In her favorite choIce East Lynne a play In whIch she has achiev ed her greatest success Resolutions of Respect Whereas on Jan 10 1910 It pleased the Supreme Commander of the universe to call from the walks of mortal Ity otr worthy and beloved brother Sir Knight R M Rigney and whereas this tent has lost a most loyal member the county an energetic and upright clt lien and the family a devoted husband and father therefore be It resolved by th mrmbersof Kings Mountain Tent No 110 1st That wo extend to the bereaved family our profound sympathy and assure them that we weep with them In their irreparable loss 2nd That wo drape our charter and wear the badge of mourning for 30 days3rd That a page In the records of this tent bo set apart as a memorial and these resolutions be spread thereon 4th That a copy of these resolutions bo sent to the bereaved family and ono to the INTERIOR JOURNAL for publica tionS B ChevUlet W F Lane W y Meeks committee Editor Ed C Walton announces that he has sold the INTERIOR JOURNAL to Shelton M Saufley who Is a splendid newspaper man and will take charge about March let We are sorry to lose Ed Walton from the business but we are glad that It Is said he Is likely to go and enjoy one of the finest imlta- tlons ot Paradlsca beautlul farm which he owns In Lincoln county That ought to give a taste of temporary glory that would cause him con stant longing for the fruition of Eter nil Glory which we hope ho may attain at last after having been plagued in newspaperdom for about a third of a cent ry Somerset Republican Many thanks for your good wishes for our predecessor Brer iiansford but If he owns a farD In Lincoln county or else where be has not been apprised of the fact Struck A Rich MIne S W Bends of Coal City Ala says ho struck a perfect mine of health In Dr Kings New Life IIlis for they cured him of Liver and Kidney troublo after 12 years of sulJerlOJg They are the best pills on earth for Constlpa tlon Malaria Headache Dyspepsia Drbllhy 25o at Pennys Drug Store I I The legislative executive and judl- clal appropriation bill carryIng upward- of 3000000 has beenpgreed by appropriationscommittee soon Fire believed to have originated from a cigar stump thrown Into an Improvls ed cuspidor damaged the bonded warehouse of the Louisville Public Warehouse Co to the extent of 80000 Report of the Condition of The National Bank of Ilustogvllle- at JIultonvlllo In the State of Kentucky at the close of business Jana11910R- 6e0URCae Lonna and mconnt 13162 Iii OverdruftllBecured nnd unsecured 1Dt8 liT U S Bonds to secure circulation 1fA 00 Banking houlofurnltureantl fixture 2900 00 Due from National Dunk not reserve agentJ JClIJi 71 Due front State and Irlvate Banks fnnkeraTrust lompanles and Savings Banks tin 1Y Duo froniapprovedreserveagents56eS91al Checks and other cash nom m Note or other National Bank 120 00 Fractional paper currency nIck eland cont tle Lawful Money Reserve In Bank via Specie 174210- 0Legaltender notes 506 X 17929 00 Redemption tund with US Treasurer S per cent of circulation 65500 521089 V- LIAIIILiTIES Capital Stock paid In 1000 Surplus fund nOO W Undivided profits leas expenses- and taxes pnlll 16717- 3National Honk 1I0ics outstanding 12010 Individual deposits UbJoctcheck 15921763r2l0W Stateof Kentucky County of Itncolnaat I J W JIackorOoulerof thtnoovunarned bank do solemnly swear that the above statement tatrue to the best of my knowl edge and belief JW 1IooRRRCashier Hubscrlbedand Iworn to cforo meth 4th day of FIb lOW J WfoaklnsN1 My oommlllion expires 1111 Correct AtWst W O Cawan J W Powell and J D Depp Dlrutoa+ Auctioneer I loiter m110rvlcer to the of Lln coin county as an auctioneer MatllfllClUon guaranteedMoreia W Ky ItllNo1 Residence Turnersv1lle TOBACCO FARM FOft RENT I I desire to rent out for the present year n- pmail tobncco farm of 10 acre near OrOI- IInlS county mod dwelling and Wtru Wayneburg Notice To Claimants f oftltfllatoproperly verified to ue nt opce Those ow IIIK tbe Ultntfl will ploawsoi leDuutedltely WAREDloxlnnoy FARM FOR SALE I My farm of lIT sores or good land well Inn nleItthe Maywood section rouse ha six roomNew barn and other necessary outbulldlllgi A bargain If sold at once J TIlVINORTON n F lJ No 1 Stanford Cockerels For Sale I will ho pure bred cookertlll of different Urntn on the RtrHts of Stanford uad InVbrnlryKyRJ J BELDEN For house carriage anal sign painting deco trllllmlllleofStopoverAldrldgesblackamlthalop Ihonll No a fs J SBELDEN FOR SALE I GoverilotelatCrab Orchard eisa store adJoiningrooml All necesstry outbuildings M 1ts01JitTIS OOVJ1t Crab Orchard Ky FARM FOR SALE I A No1 farm of 1M aero house has four rooms nod a good cistern There is a Rood Thllandralllnif grass hay corn whet oats hemp nboutQchurches and depot and baaa Hood orchard and outhouses ICIHtanford B D CARTER Now Llvorv Depot Stroot Phone DO- f3TANFOiW KENTUCKY TRIBBLE PENCE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford Hentuck7 Harry Jacobs Paler In and Manufacturer or Marblo and Cranlto Monu monts Markers and lolts Cemetery and Lawn Vases and Settee works Mc KlnneyKy CLEMENS HOTEL J L EiKw Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKY Large airy outside room Commercial travelers a specialty Special rates by Week or month Time proprietor is a former Iin cola county Oman allli hi friend should re member him when stopping luhl town EXECUTORS SALE OF LAND OurudeCdbf111lollbefore the courthouse door In Stanford Ky at about ocloek fin MONDAY MMWIiii1910 county court darth late home on the Dlnvlllo pike 4 is about three miles from Hlnnfonllln1 Is boutldlll hy the lands of Sire Mottle White J n Itllton and time Danville pike Lies opposite the fnrm of T A IUce olld ontaln by the deed fuaorea l rood and le polol or land rtes on It o cottage Warn and necessary OUthllll- llInllllnd nno spring NIce homo convent Iently located and mantle land Sale will bo made on cree It 01 d month with Interest ate per cent front day of ante Purchaser will bo required to execute note with approved security and a lien will be retalll d tbelrhliegegIven uron conspIlnnce with terms of sale 1 Mtl01tOBE1tTS Exr Monroe C- urtisDinwiddie Co Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate lineI of goods We Undersell Everybody II I +IfH+ Below Cost I I OFFER MY ENTIRE OF Clothing Shoes ladies and Gents Furnishings Cravanettes2Q UO GrtioucttC8 12 08 r18 90 144i4 r 15 00 8 1300 II 84 11 1200t 798 Overcoats 82Q Overcoats 10 00a18h e 008 15 1 i 7 78 1250 I 608 10II J 48 8 60 1 1578 600 3 08 500 I 348 QOII 20 800 1 2 28 2 60II 17t Mens Suits of Best Make 2500 Mens Suits sic 08 2250II i64p 20 00II 124 18 00II 11 08 15 00t 8 48 13 50It 7 98- I210 III 7 48 10 o0 IIG48 0 00a 154 8 00H 4O8 7150 465 I- ta 00 3 08 00H 208 Boys Suits Straight and Kniakcrboeker Pants r 88 00 Boys Suits a6 4 748a 40- G 8 0II 448 5 00II 3aa 4 00 1 2 7i- J 00 1 2 2 toII 1 21I2 dp Hats Largest Stock in Town 84 00 John D Stetsoiliite 2 0 8150 2 is- J 00 Hats 2 28 2 50 1 US 2 00II 1 4S 08lMens Cashmere and Worsted Pants I Duchess Trousers I 50O 1 3 0- 4po 4 328 150 4 211 3 00I II 219 I 2 50I II 108 I 2 OQH II 14 t 15iiaBOYS PANTSStraight anti Kuickerbookpr14c to 108 HEAVY FLEECED UNDERWEAR50c qunlitj 385 25c quality IOc All Shoes Go Below Cost Yici Velenl and Gun Metal 85 shoes at 8335 4Oo1ilfoat 320 3liO chew at 278 300 shoes at 228 2 i0Qvs 08 200 shoes at 108 lliO shoes at i19 THe Ball Band Felts 4o Felts 3 46 3 50I 21300 24C 26 1 Os Rubbers 2 25 RubbersDall Band 1 88 2 00 II 1tiivT75I II 14- 8Saturday C Jan i5Thirty Days Days Next Qoor to Lincoln Cotiilty2Nauonal Bonk J- SAM ROBLISON9 STANFORD KY The Wintry Blasts May Come And thoiuand Snow Fall hilt your stook will keep warm in Nunnelleys New Stock Yards I Plelity of Covered Pens and Ifeeil and Water ySecond i r