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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): February 8, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 int1910020801_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 8, 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. r VOL. XXXVII. The Interiop Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1910. NO. 09 ) It W f o Tho largest crowd of visitors that has NEWS NOTES. Editor Sliclton M. Sauiley Treats S J Interesting Items 'come to Frankfort sinco tho opening of Tho fcrrvhoat, Bottlo Own, wan Ills Renders to tho capitol was hero Thursday when 23 From the Capital. the monument to Governor Goebol was burned at I'aducah, entailing n $15,000 unveiled in the Frankfort cemetery. loss. Kiunkfout, Feu 1 -- Tin present Tho weather was very bad, but still Former County Judgo R. O. I'oco BODniori of tho Kentucky Gcncrnl they came to do honor to the memory will start a republican popcr at promises to bo ono of the of tho man who wroto such an Imporvariety, If Indication which tant chapter In tho history of tho Stato. Thero aro over 150 cases of small-pohavo prevailed bo far this scsiion count The services wero beautifully Impres- in the Reel Foot Luko section of Tenfor nnythinic. With tho action half sive, tho address of tho occasion being nessee. An annex will bo built to tho PhoeKonc, no bill of pnrnmount importanco delivered by Senator McCreary. Gov. to tho Stato has been passed by cither Ileckhiim ncted ns master of ceremo- nix Hotel at Lexington that will cost House, unless tho lndetormlnnto Sen nies and introduced him and it was a $350,000. tenco bill, which porralts tho Judo in novel Bight to seo theso two onco hitter Fireman C. B. Wilson, who was hutt tend of tho jury to lentcnco criminals, opponents for tho Senatorial nomina- in a Q & C. wreck in Tennessee, died could bo called such. Tho idea behind tion meeting with clasped hands over of his burns. this measure is to aecuro roformationof tho gravo of tho man they loved so A son of tho lato Rudolph Leeds, of k. nrlmlntll nrl III rnlpflKH wllOfl ho well, Justus Goebol, tho surviving Richmond, Ind., has bought the Indito associ- i 4s proven himself qualified Goehcl brother, also spoke, and his anapolis Sun. people onco more. nto with 'Squlro James Flanncry, first magisprayer for tho fulfillment of justico This measuro passed tho Senate, but it brought tears to many eyes. trate of Campbell county, is dead at will havo much slctldinf; in tho ilouso. Much regret wns foil hero that Judgo Newport, aged 101. Many seo In it nn inccntivo for tho cul- M. C. Sauiley wan unable to bo present William T. Fisher shot to death Ethel tivation of monumental hypocrisy and and deliver nn address, which he was Barnard, his mistress, nnd then killed deception by every man who Roe to Invited to do by the progrnm commit himself, in New York City. th'o penitentiary. Another man who Tho medical iitipply department of the tee, but tho Illness of his son, Geo. I! looks at tho political aide of things de- Sauiley, prevented his doing so. His United States army was burned in New clared that It will beat for nildress would have been nn important York, tho loss being nearly i$l,000,-00every circuit judgo in tho Stnto after addition to tho day's ceremony. Thf he has had tho sentcncinR of several Legislature adjourned over from Wed Thomas L. Reed suicided at Winchescourts of prisoners. nesday to Monday on account of the ter because his wife brought suit for Of course principal Interest during memorial services, ami resumed divorce, alleging cruelty and drunken tho cntiro session has been centered in its grind. ness. S. M. S. tho fate of tho County Unit bill. AfTho Lexington Street Railway Co. ter the adoption of the rules by tho IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. suffered a $50,000 lo by the burning Senate, however, there need never of a barn In which wero a number of William Brown, an aged and respect fine. have been any doubt as to that. Tho cars. ed citizen of Somerset, is dead. George D. Sparks, formerly a clerk temperance forces allowed themselves Hugeno Harmon's burn in Boyle burn to bo bound and Banned in tho rules In tho general offices of tho L. & N, and n lot of hay went r without n murmur and when they camo ed. Threo horses railroad, dropped dead in tho court-hous- o up in smoke. to themselves the liquor leaders wero In Louisville. t W. A. Thomas, aged 40, and a leadlaughing at them. A. F. Carrithers, a prominent busif ing druggist of Richmond, is dead of t Tho history of how tho two local opness man of Lexington, Is dead at Insoftening of tho brain. havo been burled in tho Kelig-io- n tion bills dianapolis. Ho was taken to a hospiI Sampson Miracia was sent up for two and Morals Commltteo of tho Senyears from Bell county for striking and tal there some time ago. He was 70 ate Is too well known to need repetition. years old. wounding Frank Bother. So many of the suposedly temperance The confession of Bingham Bryan, a Charles King, sent up for ten yeara Spnotora voted to kill the bill in thot Negro, cleared up tho mystery of; tho in 11)03 for murder in Rockcastle, was way that tho temperanco leaders oro murder of three women in Savannah, by Gov. ' now doubtful whether they could mus- pardoned Sinkhorn, Willson.& N. conduc Ga. The crimo was committed Deceman L. W. A. 10 last. ter u majority of votci for passage of tor whoo homo was at Junction City, ber the bill, even if it should by some hook Th city council of Lexington has died in Louisville Saturday. crook bo disinterred and put up on patscd an ordinance making it a fine of Mrs, AmanJa Cowan, relict of John not less than $50 nor more than $100 its merits. No, there'll not bo any Cowan, a pioneer of this county, died legislation at this session, and and a jail sentence at the home of Iut daughter, Mrs Sam days for carrying a of not less than 15 CHURCH MATTERS. pistol. thero are many good democrata who Cover -- Somerset Times. Tho trustees of Kentucky Stato aro very fearful of the eirect of the Tho passenger steamer, Rowcna, Rev. Wallace Logan Nourse, a promistrangling of tho County Unit bills on by a unanimous vote elected nent Southern Presbyterian minister struck an obstruction, piercing her Judge Henry S Barker, now a mem and grandson of the late United States tho next Stato election. Tho democrata hull, and sank In four feet of water at aro so greatly In tho majority in both Ford's Island, 10 miles below Burnsidc ber of tho Court of Appeals, president Senator William Logan, died of heart University to succeed James K. failure at his home in Hopkinsvilie. He Houses that they cannot escape respon No one was injured, but the freight of the sibillty for what is being done. Tho I'ntterson. had held important pastoral charges in cargo was slightly damaged. great pity is that tho mass and rank Thomas R. Griffin, of Somerset, has "Becauso he wanted to see tho hors Indiana and Kentucky. and filo of the party will havo to bear es run." John Uyers, a teamster, con The new pastor of the Presbyterian filed suit in the Franklin circuit court inthe blamo for what a fow against thoGoebel Reward Commission fessed that he set the fire that destroy-th- e church, Rev. D. II. Scanlan, was building of the Evansville, leaders nro doing hero in tho namo of Ind., stalled Sunday with oppropriate cerewhich sum ho says he Journal-News- , ers for $5,000, to democracy. and had caused other monies. Dr. Gray McAllister, of Louis entitled for his services in securing Lincoln county's Representatives in fires in tho business district. isville, Dr. J. E. Ballou, of Middlesbo-rmuch of the evidence that helped con both tho upper and lower House aro vict James Howard and Henry Youtsey Stato Inspector of Mines C. J. Norand Rev. J. V. Logan, of Somerset, very popular hero at tho capital. No wood and his two assistants reported all took part in the service. Richmond for the assassination of Gov. Gocbel. members ever look after their constit that the disaster at tho Browder mine Register. A Lancaster dispatch says: Because uency with tho same energy and fidcli was caused bv tho explosion of powder. Rev. C. R. Blain, of Louisville, of the low prico olfercd by tho buyers ty that those from Lincoln do, and the of hemp, tho Gurrard growers havo They allege in the report that they are preached two excellent sermons at the result la that several of tho workers in possession of tho keg which contain Presbyterian church Sunday. Our peofat berths concluded to pool their crop?, and John ed the powder. i from "homo" aro enjoying ple nro greatly pleased with Mr. Blain, M. Farm, of thia city, has been chosen during tho Legislative term. Jesse M. Mrs. Mary Blair Brokaw was granted both as a preacher and a gentleman. to represent the pool. He has succeedAlverson. ns assistant clerk of tho Sened, with difficulty, in pooling already a separation from her husband. W. Prof. Paul Deemer. made tho services ate, is tho most activo and efficient asabout ST per cent, of the crop, estimat- Gould Brokaw, a millionaire, and was more eniovable with his cornet, which y sistant in that body, whllo Joo T. awarded alimony of $15,000 a year. ho plays nicely. ed at 750 acres. is very popular as doorkeeper of peoplo will voto on the Tho decision was handed down in the I'incville tho House. MATRIMONIAL. question of opening saloons in tho next Supremo Court of Mineola, L. I., by Senator "Took" Hubble has ottered month or so. Tho Sun is very much op Justico Putnam. The separation was James M. Spaw and Miss Levenia several bills in tho Senate, which, If posed to saloons there and very sensi- granted on tho ground of desertion. Williams wero made, one at G. T. Wil- improvement of passed, will work for Syrous Drake, of Minnesota, was ar His bly will make a hard fight to defeat rested in New York by tho Federal au- liams' on the 6th. conditions in several respects. Editor Mctcalf says: tho proposition. Charles Hodge, aged 23, and a widmeasures aro: An act giving men over thorities. Drako is specifically accused ower, and Miss Lou Wothington, sweet right to decline jury "Some $0,000 or $3,000 would be col- of having obtained $30 from Fanny M years of ago tho lected in license from tho saloons and Moreland on the service; an act placing telephono, teleof Hodgensvillo, Ky., to prosecute 16, will bo married at values in tho town would de13th. oxprcss and pipo lino compa- property graph, preciate $100,000. Instead of one police- the claim to tho Drako estate; $150 Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Terhune wero nies under tho jurisdiction of tho Statu man, as we now have. It would require fiom J. C. Drake, of Whiteneld. Ky.. taken completely by surpriso this week railroad commission; an act appropriaand $10 from a man named Miller, of eight or ten to police the city. To pay by tho mrrriuge of their daughter, Miss ting $20,400 far improvements at the these men, who must be given good sal Corsicana, Tex, Virginia Terhune, and Dr. Leslie A, Danvlllo; an act School for tho Deaf in A legal clash developed in tho sensaaritm, as the job of arresting the class ceremony was performed on requiring all lifo insurance companies tional Swcpe cttso in Kansas City. It Rice. Tho made by tho saMonday evening in Louisville In the parto invest a part of their of criminals who aro in Kentucky loons is a most dangerous ono, and tho camo when, at tho request of the at lor of tho First Christian church, Dr. earnings in Kentucky securities or extra cost of caring for prisoners would torney for Dr. B. C. Hyde, tho circuit E. L Powell ofliciating.-Harrodsb- urg property. Mo., dismissed soon uso up tho license money and In court at Independence, Representative Shanks' bills aro: An the first suit brought recently by tho Herald. to tho end the saloon keeper who dishes physician against John G. act amending tho libel law, so as Paxton, exStrange, isn't it, that such a pressure out the 'stuff' that necessitates this givo newspapers a chanco to retract; city, and who ecutor of tho Swopo estate, asking $100,-00- 0 should bo brought to bear by the liqto carry on extra expense to tho an act authorizing railroads for tho alleged slander, and enjoin- uor interests at Frankfort upon the would bo responsible for tho era of d'ferry business; an act providing a un- -' from taking deposi- members of tho Legislature to induce crimo which is sure to exist, will bo tho ed attorneys Iform system of accounting for all countions. them not to pass tho County Unit bill, only ono who will get any profit out of ties; an act providing that only licens- tho saloons." Wireless te!egraphysavcd tho lives when same interests contend that uned lawyers ahall look for land titles; an of the captain and crew of the steamer der prohibition more liquor is sold than act appropriating $20,000 with annual E. C. Walton has sold the Stanford Kentucky. Tho ship's signal of dis- undor tho license system. Somewhat ..maintenance for a achool for tho color- - l.NTKitioit Joukal, to Shclton M. Sunf-ley- , tress was picked up at Capo Hattcras anomalous, to say the least of it. But ed doaf at Danville; an act providing of Frankforc, formerly of Stan- and in a few minutes thel'steamship there seems to bo ono or two Senators, for registration and examination of ford. Mr. Walton publishes tho best Alamo s reply was heard Tho Alamo notwithstanding the protests of their trained nurses, and tho Hubblo act ro- country newspaper In tho Stato and wo reached tho Kentucky beforo 5 o'clock constituents, who do not need to havo uting to jury aervic for men CO yoara shall miss him, Ho has been with that in tho afternoon, and took off the crew the pressure brought to bear upon them paper for 30 years, and during all that of 47 men. Tho Kentucky was sinking in order to induce them to voto wet, of ago. tinio wo havo read Ids paper either as Mr. Shanks is recognized as ono of nn exchange or as a subscriber. Lon- rapidly and was expected to go to tho notwithstanding those who elected House, and ho don Democrat, John Pearl, editor. bottom before midnight. tho strongest men in tho them were led to believe otherwise. occupies tho Speaker's chair moro freWonder to what Senators Advocate. Life on Panama Canal Staggers Skeptics. quently than any other member when our neighbor has reference? Speaker Wilson Is absent. Many friends lh at a clean, nice, fragrant com- Has had ono frightful drawback-malari- a Fire in the Mckissick Hotel at Reno, trouble that has brought suffering of the young Lincoln statesman say ho pound Uko Iiucklen's Arnica Salvo practically a walk over for will Instantly relievo a bad burn, cut, nnd death to thousands. Tho gorius Nev., routed 100 guests from their will havo tho Speakership if ho decides to come scald, wound or piles, staggors skep- cuuso chills, fover and ague, bllllous- - rooms in great disorder. August Schaeness, luunillee, lassitude, weakness fer, fireman of tho hotel, was burned back next session. Others, however, tics. Hut great cures provo Its a healer of the wgrbtsoros, ulcers, nod general debility. But Kloctrlo Hit to death. Tho guests, many of whom aro urging him to tako advantage of his popularity and get into the bolls, felons, eczema," skip eruptions., ters never fall to destroy them and wero from the Eist, scrambled down State races next year. Thoy figure that as also chapped hands, sprains and euro malaria troubles. "Threo bot ho fire escapes and none was injured, i. he would be a mighty hard man to beat corns. Try It. 25o at Penny's Drug tles completely cured me of a very se Breathe Hvomel and kill tho catarrh vere uttack of malaria,'' writes Win, germs; heal the inflamed membrane, for Secretary of State, or clerk of the Store. A. FreUoll, of Lucaraa, N. C, "and stop the discharge of mucus and forevCourt of Appeals. Mr. Shanks la Howe Sho has a small waist, hasn't I've had good health over sinco." er rid yourself of catarrh. Guaranteed taking very kindly the suggestions shot by G. L. Penny. Complete outfit $1. that aro being made,, but has not Wise Too small. Why, the pleas- Cures Stomach, Liver and Kidney yet made up his mind as to what bo will ure of getting around it only lasts about troubles and prevents typhoid. Wo. Craig Ashurst, aged 76, is dead at Guaranteed by Penny's Drsjr itftv, a second. SoawHt. x 0. y r44r4444.4444442 . it EVERY THING n A4 it :: it fi NOW GOES II i 4 2 AT COST Cummins & I I i . Now is The time To Buy. B V Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 8 f' 'ir j tern-ptran- Uni-versl- Ciic Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Capital, d Surplus, Resources, S: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT' PAXTON, $50,000.00 43.000.C0 340,000.00 CASHIER, ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTti, CLERK. BRIGHT, W- - o, W.M J. B. J. DIREOTORSt W. 0. Walker, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; John U. Em-,br- Geo. W. Carter.Stanford Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Rankin, Lancaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; W. H. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. H. Cummins, Preachersville; Lilburn Gooch, Gilberts Creek. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Combines? AbsoluteJSafety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. OFFICERS. S. Mocker, President; Ca-gi- S. T. Harris, John . McKoberts, Cashier; II. C. Baughman, Asst. Cash'r W.W .Saunders, bookkeeper. DIRECTORS. , H. Daughman, M D. Elmore, J. M. Pettui, H, C, Haughraan, . F. Cummins, S, T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, E. G Walton, J. S. Hocker. C. E. Tate. I". Heid, .... FOR- - Rock Bottom ON--- ,- Prices Wagons Plow Gear, Buggy Harness, won-dorf- ul wido-sproa- d U L. SAUNDERS, Crab Orchard. s St I b l I 'i session is gone and yet no law has been passed and sent to tho governor. HowSHELTON M. 8AUFLEY, ever, this may not bo a bad thing, We OWSKH. have a sufficiency of laws now and judging from tho charactcrjof tho bulk of HON . HARVEY HELM, tho bills offered, they are not very neca! l.tnitnln innntv. I A mndldfltA fOf essary. Tho Legislature Is a decided forOonerpM from ttia KlRhth amlnnllnn dlitrlct.mtijectlo the action of the demo- - nuisance anyway, which wu ought to be rail pnriy. glad to get rid of as cheaply as The Interior Journal. Mork than half of the Legislative Walton's Opera House, TIIRKE NIGHTS AND SATURDAY MATINEE. y Good I' COMMENaNGTHURSDAY pEB jg Every Day. II Wk join the Stato Journal In opposl KBvVBHBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl The dcm6crat elected to succeed MnBSMaABBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB-"aBBBBBBBBBBBBn tlon to the issue of $500,000 In State of tho 12th Missouri district, Bl!BBM(try3HBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlM. (WbbBBBBBBBBBBbI any amount. A bonded bonds, or for 7C0 madebt Is a hard thin to get rid of, who was burned to death, got 3, '. Inst fBBBBBBBsikifll flPflW "vSHBlPA whereas Interest bearing warrants, jority, n gain of 1,C50 over tho WPWMHlft law during election. The "Show Mo" Stato is ARM?' VfttM'-- r ' which were authorized by tho Ilrndley administration, could bo showing that her Congressman, Champ CbbHbBBbWi Jt&jfitvut". ' SBUBBK' 'i taken up at any time the Stato has the Clark, is right in his prediction that the ' HflHaTOr "'lPsBBBBBBBfifc. f ' r ijBv3 dovic next Congress will bo strongly demomoney. It is singular that such cratic. es are only necessary under republican rule. The interest bearing warrants POLITICAL. were issued right and left during lirad Representative William C. Lovcnng, ley's encumbency and now the Stato Is in a similar hole. Tho State Journal of Massachusetts, died atjhls homo in W " VlC? "S L significantly says that the democratic Washington, aged 75 years. The nomination of H. W. Lockridge administration of eight years never Issued any becauso it always had money as postmaster of Mt. Sterling was sent enough to pay its debts and the debts to the Senate by the President. Edwin M. Lee, of Lawrceccburg, of preceding administrations. Let the democratic Legislature hesitate long I ml., was chosen republican, State chairand then refuso to authorize the bond man of Indiana at a meeting of the issue. Thero are plenty of revenues to State Committee Gov. Charles E. Hughes, of New meet even the great increase of expend itures under Willson, if not frittered York, has signified his intention of votaway in keeping useless soldiers in tho ing to hold the next Governor's confield and other unnecessary expenses. ference at Frankfort. Medical Director Gharlcs F. Stokes Besides it will be a good idea to let the was nominated to be Surgeon General Willson administration take care of of the navy, to succeed Rear Admiral P. M. Rlxey, who retires voluntarily. Cincinnati is maintaining it reputa-tio- n John J. Vertrecs, of Nashville, a of being the .Paris of America. leader of the Tennessee bar, a demoHlv affaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW3BHIHaBBBB?BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl The Enquirer says that there were crat, and a warm personal friend of I "' BBBBBBBBBBBlBBBBiMBBMlltBBBBBBBBWBBl eight murders, the'majority of the vie President Taft, has been asked to take tims being women who were frightfully charge of the case for Ballinger in tho butchered, and seven suicides in that Dallinger-l'inchCongressional Invescity during January. There may be tigation. excuses for the Buicides, who probably Senator Smoot's amendment to the had no whereelse to go, and didn't postal savings bank bill prohibiting the want to grin and endure the pain, but the withdrawal for investment of posit is horrible to think of helpless wo- tal funds from banks in which they Presents the Popular Comedy men being butchered to death. That might be deposited so long as tho banks species of murderj'is peculiarly indig- are willing to pay cent, interest, 2i per enous to the North." We rarely hear of was agreed to in a slightly modified the murder'of a'woman In the South form by the Senate. unless by a Negro fiend. They are safe Former Circuit Judge W. C. Bell, of Old Homestead. high claw epecialtics befrom the hands of whito men here. Harrodsburg, dropped in on a number Companion play to the of the democratic Congressmen. It is tween acts by the three little tots -- THE WALTON CHILDREN, Harold, Hon. A. Owsley; Stanley, who is Popular prices closely related to the Baileys and Ows reported that Mr. Bell is planning to Leola and Charley. Entiro change each performance. leys of this!county,(was nominated for make tho race for tho democratic nom- 25 and 35 Cents, Children under 12, 15 Cents. Reserved scats at usual Congress Tuesday, beating his two op ination for Attorney General and that place. ponents together over 4,000 majority he is well qualified. Therofore his proHo carried everylcounty in the Second jected candidacy for Congress is strendistrict, except thejtwo in which his uously denied by him. Washington disopponents lived, and came near car patch to Louisville Times. .JH.'' f y Here are some things you need every day in the year, wet or dry, hot or cold. You use the same weights, styles and colors. -- OVERALLS Andwe have just sized up on them and can fit you any size from a childs No.5 to a mans size 50. H v1rtf' i wH , 4, Suspenders, The same every day in the year, the tt HAKK1S" is the best. 25c to $2 pair. lf. I '- -- KS5.1I BROWN'S COMEDY COMPANY, il DRESS SHIRTvS, The "FOUNTAIN" is the standard, neat black and white effects, fancy or plain white, are the popular colors, with soft or plaited bosom as you like. UNCLE JOSH. NECKTIES. If you Did not See our necktie Window last Week it was Your Misfortune. But it is not too late, come inside and see them. One Lady Free Thursday Night, WitH Each 35 H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. p? G. L. I'cuuy H. rying them. His'.nextwill be Mr. Stanley's fourth term, and he has made so good it Unlikely that he will be a Congressional fixture for some time. Ed itor Givens,'ofthe Henderson Gleaner, and Lawyer Clements, of Owensboro, are nip andltuck for second place in about the poorest race any men ever ran. r Senator Daniel, the one-legge- d Confederate!veteran, seems to have a hold on the people of Virginia that Is impossible to break. He has just been renominated'for another term in the United.States Senate, a continuous performancelthat goes on every six years, and (will continue until the jrrand old man joins his beloved comrades in tho greatjbeyond. Until this month the government has always let the printing of postal cards to contract. Now there has been installed in its printing office at Washington machinery of turning out 3,600,000 cards a day. It is hoped that this will give the over paid and excessive number of printers something to do to help earn their salaries. The grand jury at Jersey City in search of evidence to indict the beef trust for conspiracy to force up the prices of necessities, found 36,000, 000 eggs and over 100,000 pounds of poultry in one cold f torage establishment. It, would be a good joku on tho conspirators if the whole mess was found to be unfit for use. sheriff 'a posse at Walker, Minn., when he barricaded himself in his house after shooting Howard Sexton, suicided by shooting. Rosa Gauman, wife of a wealthy dairyman living in the suburbs of Louisville, 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 Here and There. Key Bros', barn near May field burned, destroying a lot of fino stock and lots of feed. The JefTries-Johnso- n fight will be held in San Francisco, says John B. Gleason, one of the promoters. Walter J. McDonald, who defied the Cent Ticket Sold. bbbbI H II. Cofley K. K. Coleman S Carload Of. ,lr. Fresh Lime TUST RECEIVED. Dr. Hess' Poultry Panacea Will make hens lay, cure them din-atami keep thciu in good thrifty condition. The increamj in the number of cga laid, will more thau pay for tho Muall expciiho of feeding. It in Fold at I'cnuy'i) Drug Store. of of property for 1907. the same for laoa and $5W,000 tor 1909, alleging that the assessor had omitted to assess them. The city attorney was directed to take the proper steps for collecting it. $300,000 W. H. HIGG1NS, In Memory of Little Dora Forrest McClary. The Harrodsburg Herald says at the lowest calculation seven out of every 10 persons are for the extension of ho County Unit, which'was'blocked by two men, and talks out plainly In meeting about it, The worst of it is the democratic party will have to bear the odium of tho failure ofits Senators to keep promises. AN Arizona woman, who has just died aged 116, used tobacco for 110 years. What is worso looking than a shriveled old woman of that age, ex-ea mummy? Unless they want to live always and look like that we would advise our young lady friends to cut it out cut out the filthy weed. "Safe in the arms of Jesus," Our little babe now sleeps, Oh, how tenderly He holds her, And yet, her mother weeps. Weeps for her little darling's presence R. B. MAHONEY, I'rea. J. T. WHITE, Scc'y. f. 8. FISH, Treos. Longs for her silenced voice; Her sorrow is great indeed to bear, But God will take His choice. The angels needed a playmate. Realty-Titl- e There was nono more perfect 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, i May tho mother and sister bo gatherFaraf, houses jind lots for rent, sale or exchange Persons desiring quick ed at last, And so unite the family above. talcs or purcliatCH in realty of all kinds. Call on or Stanford, Kentucky. I SB JyJ PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. g fV American Wire Fence. The Citizens and fcBP Mum HHHBBHiBHMHttBHtE Co. ijUHHHHHHHHBBBBH It only took tho National Senate 40 minutes to pass tho army appropriation bill, carrying $95,440,D57. This is at the rate of 2,386,014 a minute and is going some even for a billion dollar country. Bos-ton-s- e, A Boston woman says that kissing is overdone there. As we hardly believe anybody would kiss a native farm three miles from Stanwe suspect the reference is to ford on good piko and in splendid community. In high state of cultivation; the strangers "within their midst." has a frame dwolling, new President Taft complains that tho barn and all necessary outbuildings. QroI de.lre White House Is lonely. If he will or- Place well watered and fenced. Will eerie, and to !! prlvatolr tnjr itock of buil- Hiiriiwure. Ublug a good lnvolcu ubout ttjm. der the doors opened to admit all office sell at right figure. Stanford Real Es- noii. will lUbealtb. eekeri, he'll soon find it lively enough. tate Co. UKO. D. HOf I'KIt, HlonlorUKy. B two-stor- y write us at STANFORD, KY. The Best Hour of Life. Is when you do some great deed or discover somo wonderful fact. Tills hour came to J. H.Pitt, ltocky Mt., N, C, when he was suffering Intensely, be says, "from the worst cold I overbad. I then proved to my great satisfaction Make your homo as modern for your family as a city MR. FARMER: what a wonderful Cold andCoughcuro residence, and pliico'yourteli'in a position to get tho Intent market quotations Dr. King's New Discovery Is. For, at any time. This can bo accomplished by means of our tclcphono service, after taking one bottle I was entirely which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with cured. You can't say anything too tho benefits received. Call or uddresd.our nearest oilice or writo direct to good of a roedlclno like that." Its tho headquarters, Nashville, Tenu., for information regarding our special "Farsurest and best remedy for diseased mers' Line" rate. If you are not ut prcucut enjoying telephone service, we brigs, Hemorrhages, LaUnppe, Asth- cau immediately interest you. Our lines cover tho State of Kentucky, ma, Hay Fever or any throat or lung Teunetwee, Mississippi, Louisiana and the Southern portion of Iudinua and tronblo. 60c, tl. Trial bottlo freo. Illinois. EAST TENNl&SSGK TEL. & TEL. CO. Guarauteed by I'erny'd Dtug Store, j I A. B. Birk. Promptness and Reasonable Commissions Our Specialty. 'Phone 200. iRUFCAL TELEPHONES. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Dealer in Live and Dressed Poultry, Eggs, Ice, Coal, Wool, Hides, Furs, Salt, Lime, Ginseng and Feathers. PHONE 35, LANCASTER, KY. -:- - -:- Stock of Merchandise for Sale. luon HOME FOR SALE! roomi all iiecutary outlmllifliiKi. I,ot contnliu one uora.dlvldmi lutucuw lot on which li roomy burn, tiuKKr boiue, corn crib, eto. (lood Knruen ki. inn is a uninuia uiaoa, located on corner ot Whitley and Miller atreat. I A. II. IIOLTZULAW. ataalord, Kjr, Ona ttory cottage of eight und BKA.NCII IIOUSH: STANFORD, KY Thurman K. Tudor. Mgr. Telephone No. 153. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford i f TW 3 Juit OFFER PREVIOUS TO You Can Buy Any ' Cloak in our Houso at Last Call on Cloaks. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. - One Half Price. WE MAKE THIS EXTRAORDINARY INVOICING BARGAIN HUNTERS DONT LET THIS GET BY YOU. & SON, STANFORD KY. L. R. HtlgllPS Mil. sick, J. S. HoCKUit has been quito BrANFonn, Kv., Pin. nnd Shuttles Hkvkrly Root, of Louisville, visited the homefolks here. 1910 R. II. MttTCALF nnd Will Reck, of McKuitioy, nro both sick. Alms Anna Ciianckllor is visiting for hor sister, Mrs. M. E. Pruitt, at Burn-side. nil sewing miichinon nl Penny's NF.Etil.Hfl, Bobbin Drug Store. t ' PERSONALS. Mil. J. C. IUlll hai boen quite ilek. Mits. J. T. IIincaman continued quito Russm.L HiinwN Is visitlug tho fnm-ll- y of Mr. W. II. Ilrown, near Breach-ursvlllwIk) has been very ill of typhoid e. i Mary, littlo (laughter of Jnn Burke, fever, now has whooping cough. tick. Miss Mary Clark Enoleman, of Real EstateCo. Miss Pkaciiii: Baugiiman li III with North Dakota, is with her relatives, Mr. and Mrs John Engleman. farm about seven miles from typhoid fovcr. Kino Hotel at Crab Orchard for sale is with hor Mrs. Boiion Cami-iibiat n bargain. Will give easy payments. Stanford. Land all cleared and in good LOCALS. cottage, mother in Lancaster. Citizens Realty Co., J. T. White. Sec- stato of cultivation; anil Mr. W. barn, double crib, etc. Right on pike, Mits J. II. McA lister Foil field seeds call on T. D. New- - retary. closo to good school house and church V. Hays continuo very ill. land. Well watered Foil salo at a bargain. 190 acres of nnd in good community II. M. loo, of Richmond, visito l Mr. 2,0(0. Stanford fenced. Rolleii Skates at$l per pair, Call land on good turnpike, two miles from nnd Eitato Co.Price (J. (J. Perry. hta sister, Mrs. Real Stanford. Will sell as a wholo or cut Mr. L M Ukik, of Hustonville, was on Claiborne Walton. Miss Mary Wilson, who is teaching Tho Citizens hero with frionds Saturday. Fish, oysters, celery, cranberries in two, If sold at once. the Lynnwood school, had the followAttoknky Geo. It Saufi.ey contin- Saturday. Geo. II. Farris. Realty Co., J. T. White, Sec'y. ing pupils to pass tho county diploma ue! very ill of typhoid fover. examination in January: Misses Lucy Sold Out 1 hnve sold my stock of Smith, Jessie Wood Lynn, Mary K. I)ot.iJB McKoiierts spent SatMis IIano for Sale. Square variety. groceries and insist on all who owe mo with Richmond relatives. urday Dudderar and Elizabeth Matheny and Will sell cheap. Apply at this oflico an account to plcaso call and setllo so Master Will Lynn Wood. The first two Messrs. J. T. ani W C. Brown, of .. . . wnue only lb Waynesburg, wero callers yesterday. If you are looking for fresh oysters I can straighten up my business at aroIIUCC HIDyears 01 age, bitbsvt me oma IU, HiivtiiMi Jlttj J. II. Perkins, of Waynesburg. drop- and celery go to J. D. Morton's restau- once. Respectfully, J. M. Phillips. rural school in the county that can beat ped in Saturday and subscribed for the ? This is very complimentary to rant. I.J. Kindly bring or send in tho nmount this pupils and teacher. Tho public both Miss RoodIK Redd, of Crab Ochanl. Three suites of rooms in tho Odd of your dues at this office. Tho paper school closed last Friday. The patrons pent a few days with Mlsa Kittio llulf-- Fellows' building for rent. Apply to has changed hands nnd a settlement has are so well pleased with Miss Wilson man. Ed Wilkinson. to be made. Help the new manage- that they have employed her to teach a Keknk Lutes, the Turnwsvlllo merSpring term. A Patron. Try some puro Canncl coal. The coal ment as well us the old by squaring up chant, went to Louisville Sunday to buy goods that lasts. Dunham's Coal Yards, Stan- right away. Dr. O H. Palms nnd daughter, Mta ford and Rowland. Coming Sure. Smith & Johnson's RAW FURS BOUGHT Clara Fullis, were over from Danville RACCOON.SKUNK.HUSKRAT Saturday. Chris- minstrels will oppcar at theTheatorium TRAPPERS The Ladies' Aid Society of the MINK, UP055UM 14 OTHER has returned "Tuesday night, Feb. 8. Come and enKIN0S. WRITE FOR SPECIAL 1 Miss Jennie Peitles ATTENTION tian church will meet in the lecture-rooQUOTATIONS. ADDRESS, from a delightful visit to friends at of the church Saturday afternoon joy a real Southern Negro play; 15 stars A. E. BURKHARDT,' Clncbuutl, 0. Lancaster. moving and between acts Miss Florence Trueheart spent at 2 o'clock. No.813J. savral days in the country with Mrs. There were CO arrests in the 28 days pictures. At Theatorium. A. D. Root. Lackey. Delanoy M. Lackey, aged It'lortof th Condition of Lancaster, at Somerset, all on account of booze. Mihh Irene Romans, of proli with Miss Levisa Harris in the Hub- Pretty good record for a town of C.000 83, is dead at Lancaster after a LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK. tracted illness. Ho is survived by his ble section. or 6,000 inhabitants. and son. Ho was a nt Blnnford, Ky., In the Htnto of Kentucky, wife, n daughter Miss Mary HinoiNS enme up from ul tliu clotitt ot bulni', Jun. 31, 1V1U. Those Indebted to tho cstato of Dr. leading member of tho Presbyterian Somerset Friday to see her grunmorh-e- r, who is ill. L. Ii, Cook must settle at onco or I will church and a splendid citizen. IlKHOUKCm. SKJ.70 ro lxnn nnd I)lcounts Mr. E P Owsley, of Columbus, Gn , bo compelled to collect the nccounts by ()i.rurnlt4,i'curtHiHnuuncuri iisv in spent a few days with his father. Dr. law. Mrs. L. II. Cook, admx. L. R. W. A. Carson has opened his fancy U. H. HoiuM to Sfuuru circulation .VI.KI) CO Ktc. J. U. Owsley lloiuli, grocery, fruit Btore and restaurant on llankliiK house, lurnltunt nil III- - su.wo to Bradley Houhnk, of Lancnster, Cook. 3.3(0 (O -- "luri'ii Lancaster street, opposite tho courtspent a few days with his sister, Mrs. Arthur Gooch, charged with killing house, and is ready to wait on the pub- Hue. from National ltank(not re- - 4. "VI 7 ereiiKent) W. K. Warner. his stepfather, Cam Gooch, was held lic. He tells us that ho will havo a I)uefromiiproelriit'rvoiiKPnli).. C7.1M7 48 410 10 Rev. A A. Hir.r.iNS came up from Notes of other National HankH.. grand jury nt his trial be- fine court day dinner next Monday. Fractional mier currency, nickels Glatgow to see his grandmother, Mrs. over to the nnd cent... ............. fore Judge Bailey. The defendant was Elizabeth Higgins. MOney lU'ere In Hank, W. II. Brady has sold to W. II. Lnwlul lz: Hpeclu J15.KU u) Miss Elsib Singleton, of Euhanks, not placed on tho stand. .. notei Mueller and Rohon Campbell his stork Hi demptlon rfund withU.H. :i ml Oil W,1W CO mi was here Saturday to sec her friend, Trent- The Frankfort News says that Hon. of groceries, fruits, etc., next door to Miss Saltio Farmer. unr l8ixr ct. of circulation) saw 00 James, of Paris, is hero to re- W. J. Price, of Danville, will run for Mr. Mueller's, nnd Mr. Campbell is runClyde m LIAIIILITIPH. ceive hemp at the Bright & I'oxton Congress this year. The Advocate, ning tho business. Mr. Brady was comOnpUal Htock iald In warehouse for Sears & Son. I Mijnn on Mr. Prico's homo paper, has not been pelled to retire from buaineson account Hurpiut lumi a,iu uo Mrs. P. M. McKoiierts returned to heard from on tho subject yet. You of ill health. Uudllded profit Idleu eineiiMs her sister, Miss Florence .......... . IJOT l and tuxet im Arcadia with mm have to go away from homo to find 4MO w National Hunk noteaoutntiiiHltni; Shelby, and remained a few da). meoting of the city council Due toolher Nnt.llanks SiXVi it At tho Mr. J. T. Carson, of Lebanon, nnd news sometimes. Due nnd rrl- Thursday night a license of $200 was vote to male Hankers KUl Hanks A W. P. Carson, of Hustonvllle. mot here Major Reynolds has sold his home, put on Cream of Hops and such other Indl Iduill Ueposlti) tub- a business conference. Saturday for Jtct to check .... SS,t70 M known as tho Mocker place on the decoctions of beer aud the license was Demand Oertlllcates of Miss Emzaiietii Allen, of Millers-burU pike, to a Mr. McClurc, of Da- raised on pool tables to $75 for tho first TimedeKlt was the charming guest of Paris certlllcates of :ti:yi u depotit friends Monday.- - Lexington Herald. kota, for $3,000. Mr. John C. Gooch table, $50 for tho second and 125 for pnjuble. up Peter Strauii, of Somerset, wasMa- and family will occupy it. Mr. Rey- tho third. Tho licenso on them has lllllt of deK)U Including CtrtincntPt 10,MO to fiir money torroed daughter, Sunday to see his littlo nolds bought of Mr. Alex Holtzclawhis heretofore been $25 for each table. at !434, mie, who Is very ill with typhoid foyer. Htutnof Kentucky. Cotintvof Lincoln, m Mxwll!) W. II. AND G, A. MdtOU- - home on Whitley Avenuo for $1,300. thonUne-niuni- d The Brown Comedy Co. uses no pa I, W.M. llrlKht.Cinhlerof tweur that the nboTe ERT3. of Danville, were here Sunday to Our good republican friend, Mr. W. per on tho wall to advertise, relying on bunk, do solemnly the Iest of my knowl ttatcmeiit It true to seo their relative, Mrs. Elizabeth W. M. HitKuiT.Cnshlcr. Uuasell Dillion, has been appointed cen- the merits of its opening performance, edge anil belief. HuliscrllKil nnd sworn to ln'fore m thli Miss Hattif. Greene was called over sus supervisor for this county. Ha and to which it admits one lady free with lit day of Jau.WlO. J.J. McltoocrU, N.I from Lexington to seo her brother, Ed a number of thoso who want to take each 35c ticket sold. You can purchase Correct Attett: J. II. Owsley. H. II. ward Greene, who Is ill with typhoid census in tho various precincts of Lin- reserved stats for 35c and havo tho Hhankt, J. II. l'aiton. Directors. fover. lleport of Mie Condition of coln county wero hero Saturday taking next seat freo for wife, sweetheart sisMrs It II. Hatson and littlo daugh-ai- - tho examination under Postmaster J. ter or mother; or two Iadic3 admitted TliE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, fVell. aro in Stanford on n visit to for price of one. Remember Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hilton. Lancaster C. Florenco. nt Htiinford, In the Htntu of Kentucky, at t lie February 10th, at Walton's Record. close of uutl nets, Jnn. 31, 1UI0. Mr. W. T Smith has succeeded Mr. Opera House. Mit J. A. Hir.CINS nnd daughter. lirSOUHCKH, wero Alex Holtzclaw as the jolly Jehu on the I1M1.4MI " Ixiantnnd HUcounta Miss Julia Higgins. of Richmond, C.73S M cured und iinsieurid route botween Sranford and McICinney. To The "Insurinc) Public Having (verdriiftt,s to teenru circuiaiion hero to seo tneir relative, auo. o,tm tu u. H. llonds beth HiRRins. rig and will suffered less to my tobacco and tobacco l'remlunis on U. H. IhhhU ... Ho has a good l.i'O to 4,145 10 Capt. Sam M. Duncan, of Lancas- make tho round-tridaily, leaving Stan- barn by firo and being insured with llonds, securities, etc UtiukliiK house, furnlttiru mid fixAtter, took Saturday's train hero for f,044 61 his sister, ford at 0:15 a. m. and returning after Jesse D. Wcarcn, tho insurance man, Othertures estate owned ...... . . 4,iM 45 lanta, where he will visit real No. C, tho northbound passenger, leaves Stanford, Ky I take pleasuro in re- Due from National HankH (not re- Mrs. W. S. Elkin. 4,77u W teruiiKentsi Hanks Levi Elder, of Crab Orchard, was McKinney Faro for trip to or from commending both Mr. Wcaren and the Duo from Hlate A l'rhate A Hiit- A Hankers, Trust Cos companies represented by him, to tho hero Saturday selling our merchantso McKlnney, 75c. 5,!u3 37 Unit Hanks for tho groceries. Ho is traveling prompt and liberal set- Duo fromupprovedretcrveiiKenlt Jt.Vlu il public for their Grocery Co. Fire Tho roof or Mrs. Mattio With- tlement of my loss. I also wish to stato Checks nnd other rush Items .....,. 1,V77 Ml IKS no Notes of other National Hankt- Rev. W. II. Hoiteh. of Louisville, ers' homo on West Main street caught Wearcn was insuring tobacco Fractional uiHr currency, nick- . of Mt. Ster-lln1C2 S6 els, nml cents and Prof W. O. Hopper, Sunday with tiro at about 11 o'clock yesterday morn- that Mr. and tobacco barns during night rider Ijivsful Money IteserMi In Hank, spent Saturday and . ing and in a remarkably short time tho 13,tV(u vli! Hpeclv troubles, when other companies would tho homefolks hero. 1J.1M 00 3,IUUI firo company was at work extinguishing Mr. John P. Jones, formerly of this not; so I recommend him and his com- lledeuipllsn fund with U. H. Treas- IflM 00 urer 13 per cent, of circulation.) The origin of tho firo is place, now traveling for tho Queen tho flames. to the farmers of this and adManufacturing Co., of Cincinnati, was unknown, but it is supposed that a panies counties. L. D. Hornoy, H50.8SO W joining LIAIIILITIE8, hero calling on tho merchants. spark from tho chimney Ignited the "dry Ky., It. P. D. No. 2. Jan 20. Capital Htock puld In Liv'.. J.V, (W Mr. J. C Stanley wont up to shingles. Tho loss will amount to sev...... i,ujou Hurplusfuud 1910. ingston yesterday to take a position eral hundreds of dollars. UnilHIileil prollts, less cxpciiMi I,WI 84 und tuxes paid with the Eight Gables Restnurnnt Mr Foil threo nights last week, tho National Hank notes ouUlimdlng iVMU to Stanley is n clover gentleman and wo Hanks Tiik Brown Comedy Company, which Brown Comedy Company held tho Due toother National hope the people of his ndopted homo I )u to approMHl llcseno Agents., played nt tho Kink during tho past boards at tho Majestic Theatre and IndUldiiiildeiKislts subject will treat him well. lHI,?vfl 13 to Friday week, closet! Its engagement Wednes gave to our theatre patrons u really Denianitcheck Tma nfllco hud a nlcasant call UerlllUates of DepotlU , pretty comedy. Tlniucerllllciites of deposit Howling, of Lou- day night, It was by far tho host com good season of clean, a sKI to from Mesdame Kato . SAM Mann llrt itmn. Notes and bills rcdlsrouilted rti ami isville, and M. V Murphy, of this coun- pany that has appeared hero und should Hills pii utile, liioludluii (Vrtlll- pany thorouKhly understand tho art of ty. Roth aro daughters of tho late eutes of Deposit lor money return it would certainly play pleasing and in every instance they borrowed Monroe Curtis. Tho former was ac- it ever were! novo full value to their patrons. Tho Ueiened for tuxes 41 !W n rrowded houses. The nlavs companied by her husband. fJll,!4W W WILLIS attended tho funeral of clean and nothing was said or dono that ?"!"? '""",b?ian5!lI,""l S T. C. was ! " at Rich- could not havo been repeated ... .1 ' I""J they pleased, eoeswvv..v.. saying., Ktnto of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss:hia aunt, Mrs. Nannie Arnold, VonGrun-Ipo."".(.u without n I, John J. Mclloberts. I'uslilerof tho ulotMr and Mrs Julius mond. parlor of tho home. Each ono played This excellent trouno nlays a return en named Uuik. do solemnly swear that tho and dauRhter, Frances, ore visit-In'- g statement Is truo gagement in Corbin later in tho month nliowi uugo uuu ih'iivi. to tho best of my his part well and received hearty relatives in Louisvillo this week. and will bo sura to onioy a very liberal know Tenn., Enterprise. At John J. Mi'Uoukhtm, Cashier. Mr. VonGrunigen is attending tho Hardtsusuiil tllllCQ, Allia WU1IpuiroilUKo HuLtcrlbed und sworn to before mo this ware Dealers' Convention. J. II. Tur- Walton's Opera House Thursday, Fri pany will hold the boards at Walton's BtU day of Feb., 1U10. W. 11. Urlgbt.N.r. Grace, left y ner and daughter, Edna day and Saturday nights, February 10, Opera House inursuay, irriuay ana Correct Attest) II. O. Iluughinan, J. V. Monday for Clearwater, Ha. Jessanights, Feb. 10, 11 and 12. Cuiuiulus, K.O. Wultou. Ulrvclori. 11 and 12. mine Journal. e ,. six-rooI m high-class 11 m Judob Waynk C. Cook, of Cojrdon, Puhb Cnnnel block coal at Donham'a vnriliint tRe nor bushrl dollvorcd in Ind , brother of tho Ute Dr L. II Cook, of this nhee. is n candidate for town. State Senator of hi district. Pon Salk. A pair of muto, a liar-"Hurrah for Juigo M. C. Saulley R. nesfl mare and a Jersey cow. for governor," writes Alien Hart, of HurIioj, Stanford. Hood River, Oregon. Mr. Hart forfor rent. Sultn-bi- o merly lived in the Kings Mountain sec Small store-roofor photograph gallery. Will rent tion. , cheap, ll. C. Anderson, Stanford. Wk havo farmi in Hardin county in tracts to 030 acres, and prices For Salk. Lot of locust posts. Will cut to order, J. M. Ware, Stun-1- . from $300 to $11,000. These lands pro Stanford Telephone No. duce fine Hurley tobacco. ford, R. F. D. No T. W. Humblo W. O. Martin E Embroidery And Lace A m WJ Uldh Hamburg nml Insertion to match, widths from 1 to 10 inches nincrial nainsook nnd SnUb, values from 12Jc to '25c. Clmico 8c per yard. Also big values in lncep, edges and ingestions In val torcclion anil linon, values from 10 to loc per yard, choice 6c per yard. We have anything you arc lookidg for in white goods nt right prices. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Dress Gingharrs Brought to this Market. The largest Assortment ever jijij m, w. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. . g, Hus-tonvil- lo .0 Tint)ing, Plumbing, Heating. Don't let 1010 prure wilhout having boute with a beautiful white hot and cold water tkrougb iliR-gln- s. vur date-Thurs- day, Porcelain Bath Outfit. Havo W. K. WARNEIl to install your reasonable prices anil gunrante. country water ork witk two-hors- o p We also carry iu stock FOKCE AND CISTERN PUMPS; Roofing and Roofing Paints. Call aud tec us. Lou-isvill- W. K. W. L. ll'OARTY.Pres. WARNER, Stanford, Ky, L. R. HUGIIEH.ti A.T E. C. WALTON, Way-nesbur- g, Stanford Real Estate Co, Stanford. Kontuclty. 4 11 111 '" Farms nnd Town Property Handled on Comiuiion. Stocks nml Hoatla If you Havo Projierty to Sell or Rent Notify Uh. Sold. Write for Circular to I- I sat-jurda- L. R. HUGHES, 'Secretary, Stanford, Ky. in. aft 1 li In MyjriM imktim4mA WBW The Interior Journal. jtnfmrfinlV tttonA-cln- tt Potl-OJkx- Stanford 01 mntitr. FARMER'S DKPARTMBHT. Fity Rood ewes tor sale W. E, Mom, Lancaster. J. F. Moaer sold to W. H. Drown a pair of mules for 400. Rood ones. 30 ewos, Nunnelley's Stock Yards, Stanford. T. V. Jones bought nt Richmond of butcher cattle at 2J (o two car-loa- Auctioneer I I offer my service to tho people of Lincoln county nnn auctioneer. HMLf-otlo- n guarnnteeil. II, W. MoWIIOHTKH, Morelnnd, Ky., It. K. D, No. 1 We Undersell Everybody. -- Ilesldence. Turnersvllle. H L. &N. TIMETHBLE No. 11, Houth, II :tn P. M. No. SI.HOUtll.llt I1A. For Sale H ft f f f T0IACC0 FARM FOR RENT! Onsey countr. I desire to rent out for the pri'nont year n smnll tobneco farm of lilneres nenr (Irote, flood dwelling and Imini, Write nr nnplr lo II (I. II. Koiry, Wnynes. l.urn.Ky.H. P. D.No. (. Xo.j.,l:wr. a. No.tl.North,4:W A. u. No, . North, 6 IV r. x. No. 77, 10. K A h, 4c. JOS. 3. RICE.'Agont. D. N. Prewltt sold to Ed CorrlRan the Rood colt, Den Sleet, for 2.- 500. A basket of Durley tobacco 42c nt Shelbourne Warehouse IBEsst' sVsr skB BH iiSW Saar Below Cost I OI-TK- ! A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dontlst, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. brought nt Lex- - SLH!sH&ar vbbbbbbW Notice To Claimants f Thn.o tinting claims ntfnlnst tho estate of thnMnJ,V Llnlhlciim will prevent them p ujvi7 ,m uini ill inn ni liner, ino-eoIhtf tin estate will plenin settle Ini HllwllMfHl W. V. M.WAHK, McKinney, Ky. MY KNTIIU: OF ington. For Sale. -- 40 soedinchnlT. M. DriRht. bushels Price $1.15 bushel. Illuo Grass W. SS,a V " Clothing, Shoes, Ladies' and Gent's Furnishings. Cravanettes. S20 00 Crnvnuettc " 18 00 15 00 " Office over McKobcrta' Drug Store in have sold the Owsley Building. cently at Murphy & Rankin, 50,000 pounds 15c. of Hrdgevllle, of tobacco rethreo-ycar-ol- BkLBBBt FARM FOR SALE! My fnrmof S7ncresof good land, well lm prated, wvll watered nnd fenced, Is for sale It la located seron miles from Htnnford In the Mnyxood section. House hns six rooms. New bnrn nnd other necessnry outbuildings. A bargain If sold nt once. J. T. I.IVINOHTON, It. P. I). No. I, Htnnford, Ky. MASON'S MEET. third Hominy night of ench OVIOCK ID llieir UUIIOll mnin sirrrvs, miiii-forre Kj. Members of sister lodges W. Pen Invited to be present. T. nington, Hoc. rUiieolnUKUNo.W F.A A.M. will meet In tntet communication on euch flrt nnd month, nt Trw FalEandiWinten Stock. nicnstirc"tnkenby tnllor of llae your Then jour clothes, nwbcthern perience. ex- price business suit or the (Input evening clotnesAwlll lutve thnt Individuality and lit which plainly Indicate they were mndo to your mensure. I will also tako your mens-w- e stitute nearly one-four- th for extrn trousers, fnncy rests, top rootii nnd ovcrconts. Knll nnd winter wealth. samples oil hnnd ready for )our lnicctlon. G. Nat Derry sold his II. 0. 11DPLR Y. The Tnllor, Htanford, Ky, acres on tho Georgetown low L. Bowman Owens bought of William Norton a pair of coming mules for f 165. Walter Cleland sold 40 shoats to Dlako Eastland at 8ic Har- rodsburR Herald. For Sale Nice lot of extra Rood orchard crass and blue crass seed. Jas. D. Shelby, Junction City, Ky. Charles Kohler, the New York piano 0 manufacturer, paid Sam Hildroth for the race horse, Fitzherbcrt. The 6.000,000 farms in the United States average 14G acres each and cond $40,-00- BONNIE EDA MAYNE, The leading lady of Brown's Comedy Co., which appears here for a season of Thursday three nights, commencing night, Fob. 10, in tho great comedy, Undo Josh. Miss Mayno is talented and versatile, being equally at home whether In the comedy or emotional roles. Sho will appear during this engagement In her favorite choice, East Lynnc, n play in which she has achieved her greatest success. 812 un 11 1A If Cockerel For Sale! hne pure bred roekerels of different strains on the Htreels of Htnnford nnd trfincnster for snle county sourt dais In MIIH, W. I. WIllTK. February. Knlrvlew Poultry Ynrd Htnnford, Ky. U.K. I). No. . I will 00 12 00 1,1 " " ft 4R 8 IS 7 5S at) Overcoats. 820 OvcreoitU 18 l.r) the country's J, J. BELDEN, deco-ratlv- " " 810 00 ft OS 77 0 OS fi 48 6 7R .1 1)1 l John DaURh bought of A. L. Dullock, of near Dallas, 50 hogs weiRhlnR from 80 to 250 pounds, at 7c Somerset Republican. For Sale. Two coming 1IOUHKH, OIIItlHTMAN'dKKKN mules and two coming Kll IlUllllAIIII, I'HOK. Josiah Anderson, Stanford, R Htnnford.Ky. F. D. No. 4. tnsurtsJTobacco and Tobacco The agricultural bill, carrying appropriations aggregating $13 417.13C, was Barns. passed by the House of Representatives Nothing But at Washington. mules For Sale. 25 D. All broken and In good working order. The Insurance Man. Call on or phone Logan Hubble, LanSTANFORD, KY. caster R. F. D. No. 1. Resldenco l'bone 84: Office, M. R. S. Scudder lost by death a valuaInsure vvith me and be fully d ble mare by Red Leaf, protected. dam, the George Miller Givens mare She died of pneumonia and was valued ld CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! I can furnish the public with the best, ns veil ns the freshest of cut flowers, plants of II kinds, ImllH, potted flowers, on short notice. Also mnke n speclnlty of wreaths for for funeral purposes. In connection with the. nbore, I have nil klnds.of Tegetnblcson hnnd nt reasonable prices. farm of 217 pike, in Fayette county, to Charles F. Winslow for $45,000. Insurance Jesse Wearen, three-year-ol- d three-year-ol- i; i Stanford, J.L.Beazley&Co., Daughman, of tho West sold to Willis & Fox, of Lewisburg, 57 coming rWssre In oosltlon to do nil kinds of con. Tenn., 50 and a pair of coming mules erettng, such as Illoct Work, Pavements at $123 and. In fact, we can make any thing from r for $475. house down to a fence post. We enn serve s you promptly and guarantee 1 HAVE an d wagon team (Jul! nnd get our prices work and material. wagon before you buy y our material at least. for sale. Also a horso for sale; or I will trade him for a good driving horse. This horse will weigh about 1,100 and a good one. D Stanford, Ky. D. Carter. A One Hundred and Fifty Acre farm on good pike. Has two houses. In 2J miles of railway station. Land produces good tobacco. Look at it and you will buy it. Price only $2,500. Stanford Real Estate Co. Ed Lewis, of near McKinney, sold a mule to Mr. Durton for $210. Mitchell Taylor, of Danville, paid the highest price for mules that has been recorded here for some time. He bought two mules for $400. Somerset Times. All kinds of INSURANCE on all At the sale of J. H. v Shoro & Co , largnear Hustonville Friday, mules brought kinds of property. Only the from $350 to $465 per pair, horses, $80 est companies represented, to $125. sheep $3, cows $30 to $45 A llat&i as low as can be good deal of the feed and stock had liadanywbcre. been sold privately before the sale. An immense crowd was present and bidKy., ding was spirited. I will sell at public auction at Nunnelley's stock pens at 11 o'clock Monday morning, February 14, 1910, court mules and eight day, 12 Jersey or nine heifers, which will calve in the spring. Remember the place, date and hour. Jersey bull. W. II. Also a 2 yaar-olRigney, Stanford End, first-claseight-year-ol- CONCRETING at $500. J. K. e For house, carrlnge nnd sign pnlntlnic paper banning also biiidcy trimming of all kinds such n. tops recoerod curtnln Whereas on Jan. 10, 1910, it pleased and boots mail HtopiiverAldrldKesblnck smith shop West Main HI., Hlnnford Ky., the Supreme Commander of tho uni- ThonnNo.as',. J J. IIKI.DKN. to call from tho walks of mortalverse ity our worthy nnd beloved brother, I Sir Knight R. M. Rigney, and whereas this tent has lost a most loyal member, uuin nuiri.nii inti uruiltira, lll.ll Sllir- the county an energetic nnd upright cit- room just across street, with x.t utile adjoining and n cottngo or olllce of three izen and the family a devoted husband iwiiiit mi urti'niii uuti'uiiilillK- and father, therefore be it resolved by JIin.UIJIlTIHtltJVKU, Crab Orchard, Ky. th. members of Kings Mountain Tent No. 110 I 1st That wo extend to tho bereaved family our profound sympathy and asA No. I fnrmof MS acres. Househns four sure them that we weep with them in rooms nnd n good cistern. There Is n good bnrn nnd nbundnnce of stock wnter. This their irreparable loss. land Isnlxiut hall Virgin soil adapted to rnlillii; crnn.hnv. corn, wheat, mli. hrinii 2nd That wo drape our charter and and tolwcco. and Is nil in grnss except nbout wear the badc of mourning for 30 4) ncres nnd Is on the pike near good schools, churches und depot, and uasn good orchard days. nnd outhouses. I,ock Hox 101, 3rd That a page in the records of this Htnnford, Kentucky tent be set apart as a memorial and these resolutions be spread thereon. . 4th That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the bereaved family and one to tho Interior Journal for publicaNow Livorv tion. Dopot Stroot, S. B. Chevillet, W. F. Lane, W. M. Meeks, committee. Phono 96, Resolutions of Respect. 12 10 CO 8" GO " " 0 00 5 00 A " 00 " " " 4rt FOR SALE :i oo 2 03 2 28 1 2 50 "9 Men's 825 00 Men's Suits ' 22 50 S 810 08 1G 48 12 41 FARM FOR SALE B. CARTER. 20 00 18 00 15 00 13 50 12 50 10 00 !) 00 8 00 7 60 0 00 5 00 ' " ' 11 08 48 " " " 8 7 7 0 05 48 48 5 48 4 08 4 58 a US 2 06 4 Boy's Suits. Straight and rCniekcrltockcr 88 00 Hoy's Suit 7 48 Pan Lb. 85 41 4 08 4 48 .1 three-year-ol- ds PHILLIPS BROS., Mahoney fish, ' Insurance and Real Estate. 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 1st. We ore aorry 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 "imitations" of Paradise a beautiul 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 Eternal Glory, which we hope he tnay attain at last, after having been plagued in newspaperdom for about a third of a century Somerset Republican. Many thanks for your good wishes for our predecessor, Drer. Hansford, but if ho owns a farm in Lincoln county or elsewhere he has not been apprised of the fact. m STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TRIBBLE & PENCE, Furniture and Undertaking. Day Phone 28. Night Phono 13U. 50 5 00 4 00 .1 00 2 50 2 00 fi " " " " " 48 48 2 71 2 28 T 08 82 08 2 78 2 28 1 03 1 Hats. Largest 81 00 3 50 .1 John II. Stcuon lints ' Stanford, Kentucky, Harry Jacobs, Dealer In and Manufacturer of; 00 Hats 2 50 " 2 00 "" 1 50 " 1 00 " 48 08 78 Men's Cashmere and Worsted Pants $5 00 00 3 50 .1 00 2 50 2 00 1 50 4 three-year-ol- Phone 200. ments, S. W. Ileods, of Coal City, Ala., he struck a perfect mine of health Markers and I'osts, Cemetery and Lawn says in Dr. King's New Llfo Pills for they Vnsesund Hettees. Onice mid works, McKinney, Ky. cured him of Liver and Kidney troublo 12 years of sufferlog. They are after the best pills on earth for Constipation, Malaria, Headacho. Dyspepsia, .1. L. Ei.kin, I'ror., Debility. 25c at Penny's Drug Store. Struck A Rich Mine. Marblo and Cranlto Monu- " " " ' ' DucIicm Trousers, " " ' a 08 3 28 28 a 10 1 OS 1 " " CLEMENS HOTEL DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. " " " " " 48 08 IlO.YS' PANTS. . HEAVY FLKKCI.D 25c quality lftc. Straight nml Kiiiekerhooker, 14c to 81.08. UNDKUWKAH. 50c .junlitj- ,18o. high-grad- e d The legislative, executivo and judicial appropriation bill, carrying upward of $3,000,000, has been agreed upon by a House subcommittee on appropriations and will be acted upon by the full committee soon. UndeitiKers and Embalm n. Also Dealers in Fur uiture.JMattings.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McClary, , ffj wi ,. m 1 -i J? varrrfiBzni Undertakor. Embalmor and Dealer In Harness, Saddlory, STANFORD, MM Pboot, 1ST. KY- M. ,. Uom fboat Fire, believed to have originated from a cigar stump thrown into an improvisEXECUTOR'S SALE OF LAND. ed cuspidor, damaged the bonded ware4 00 Fdta .1 4G house of tho Louisville Public Ware............ . Ill ..,- -. ,1 50 " AS r.ircuivi ui witflicuu I ,...!- iirii, I .in illlllli 2 08 Bargain 257 acre farm about house Co. to the extent of $80,000. sell at u llc outcry to the highest bidder ,1 00 o " uoor in niauiuru, 2 48 oeiorii tue five miles from town, on good pike, J Ky., at ubout 1 o'clock on 1 OS IUortof tho Condition of 2 50 " mile from school, church and store. MONDAY, MAH ll 11.11)10, county court dur. Ins late home on the 100 acres fine tobacco land. Nine room The National Bank, of Hustonville, Danville plko, l'roperty Is about three miles from Htanford und Is hound- - d hv the brick residence, 240 barrel crib, Bhed at IIustonlllu, In thuHtnteof Kentucky, nt lands of Mrs. Muttle White, J. II, Hilton "Hall Hand 2 25 Hiibhere 1 88 Fencing granary, silo, barns, etc the close of business Jan, 31. IWU. nnd the Danville pike. Lies opposite the " " farm of T, A. Itlce and rontalns by tho deed 1 08 2 00 good and place well watered Nine acres, I rood and HI poles or Innd. Has on 1 75 1 48 KKXOL'ltCKS. outbuild It a cottage, burn and never-failin- g springs, cement troughs, Loans nnd Discount tmfits is lugs and lino spring. Nice homo convenetc In a splendid neighborhood, Stan- 0erdrultii,secured und unsecured i,om hi iently located nnd lerllle land Hale will bu made on creo It oli) mouths, with Interest nt ford Real Estate Co. V. B. llomls to secure circulation ItfifiOi S er cent, from day ol sale, l'urctinser will iMireoulred to execute note with annroted Darcain. 354 acres of good land, of Uanlclm; liousifurnlture,mul fix oo personal security und u Hen will he retain- d , tures Next floor to Lincoln CountyJNat'onul Hauk, which 100 acres is bottom land, eight-rooon the land. I'urcsnser shall hare the prlt liege of paying cash. I'ossesslon will bo dwelling, two good stock barns. Duo from National Hanks (not , ...... 15.H-- 71 glen uron compliance with terms of sale. agents) i new tobacco barn, Sux'JC, ice house, Duo from Htateund 1'rlvate Hunks I. M.MvltUIIi.HTM, Kx'r, Monroe Ourtll. A Hankers, '1 rust Uompanlcs buggy house, two corn cribs, etc , two K.M is and HnNlntfs Hanks good cisterns, the whole farm being Duo froiiiupiroedresirvouKeiits a;;ui si eo well watered, well fenced and lavs Uhecks uud other cash Hums well. Will sell as a whole or cut 200 Notes of other National Hunks currency, nickacres with Improvements, to suit pur- Fractional uiwr .... tKt 10 els, and cents chaser, which includes 100 acres as fine Lawful Money Itusere In Hunk, hottom land as there is in the county .. 117,1.1 10 vlx: Hpvcle This Is a bargain. See L. R. Hughes, r IMW notes .... Stanford, Ky. IUdempt lou fund with U.K. Treas8S5 0O Curt Robinson told to Coleman Hicks urer 5 h r cent of circulation mules for $450 a pair of uwjwj rs M. D. Evana sold at tha Lexington LIAIIILITIKH. . Tobacco Warehouse 12,000 pounds of Capital Hlock paid Hi . . . V".1"" 17,'UJ UJ tobacco at 15c. W D Durton chip- Huriilus fund U minima proms, less expenses ped to the Wilson Live Stock Co. 21 1.071 73 . . . and taxes tmtd AntlthoJRaiiiand Snow Fall, but 11,'JIO a mules and four horses. Tho average National Hunk notes outstanding 1W.SI7 M ypur stock will keep warm ia price was $206. Hanks Hudson bought ludUlduuldeposltssubJtctchcck of James House about 100 acres of i.'IOiM H hemp, crown on the Deazley place; of 2SbbWV3bCbJHbbb& Nunnelley's New Stock Yards HtnUot Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ssi Yates Hudson about 100 acres and of I, J, W. Hocker.Cuslilerof the tho W. S Carrier about 20 acres at 6c per bunt, do solemnly swear that my above Plenty of Covered Pens and HWl knowlstatement Is true to the Ixist of pound.ELtncaater Record. edge and belief. J. W. IIooKKK,Uashler HubscrlliedundSMorntobefore me this 41k the State. So bring them on. Court Dajr. uud Water. Best market in up-to-d- ate W. At Paris Retta Hussey, colored, star, day of Ksu.. UU0. J. Keb.llo.klns.N. 1 My ' Second Monday. I. M. IIiiuck, Assistant. SB, lull. ted a fire with coal oil and was burned commission expires W. O. Oowan, J. W. Correct AtWstt to death. rowll und J. V. Depp, DlrostoM d Lnrce. nlrv outside rooms. Commercial travelers n specialty. Hieclnl rati s by week or month. The proprietor Is n former Lincoln county muii and his friends should re- memiier nun w uen slopping in nis town. All Shoes Go Below Cost. Patent, Vici, Velem and Gun Metal. 85 shoes nt 81.38, 4.00 Sh'oca nt 320. .1.50 slices at 2.78. 3.00 shoes nt 2.23. 2.t0 shoesat 1.08. 2.00 shoes nt 1.G8. 1.50 shoe at 1.10. The "Ball Band" Felts Rubbers ..., 0 cnurr-uous- SW .... Saturday, Jan. 15 Thirty Days Days. - Dinwiddie & SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. The Wintry May Legul-tcnde- Co., Blasts (one, Hustonville, Ky.i above-name- d Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an line of goods. w