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I I b 0 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I TOL XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 11 1910 NO 100 T DOOMED 0 6 11 THE MOSTBaruain I I bIn the History of Merchandising in Stanford 1 Prices Have Again Been Reduc ed and Theres a Reason For It i WE ARE QUITTING BUSINESS fho remnant of our 818000 stocjc of Merchandise for Men Women and Children thrown on the market re MirdlcM irrespective of former cost or value leaving decided to quit business we will liquidate our stock of Clothing Furnishings Shoes Etc nnd offer this entire staple and uptodate stock at retailat Public Sale Ev cry articlo must be liquidated and disposed of by Feb 10 nt our premises Stanford Ky Signed S Goldstein I Mens Suits A fine Suit of HOME SPUN and too crash Chariots in plain and fan cy mixed effects all weights perfect fitting guaranteed positively worth up to 88 or your money refunded at any lima during this great public sale 8240 tMens Splendid Suits made up in medium and heavy weights conscrv alive styled positively worth up to 812 or your money refunded nt any time durinfl this great public sale 8308 814 Suit nil to match 8440 A fine suit of clothes all to match in Homespun and Worsted Scotch Mix lures This suit Is positively worth X14 or your money refunded at anytime during this great public sale at 8440 Ir810 nil Worsted Suits 8640 This i e the peer of any you can sec else where at a 810 price mark A marl of goodness nil sizes Dont fail to ash for this suit A genuine 810 valuo 8040 820 Mens Fine Suits 8808 A grand assortment of single and doulilo breasted sack suits black blue nnd brown cheviots serges velour finish ed cassimerc some solid worsteds In gray nnd brown nobby tweed mix tures in all tho roost desirable and newest shades all superbly tailored coats French faced finished perfect fit guaranteed Values that are equal iivjvery respect to suite that sell for 820 Our sale price 8808 Ladies Suits Ladies Walking Skirts all sizes reInlizocomplete perfection of tho styles and colorings Skirts which you seldom have seen equaled for 8550 Public sale price 8220 160 splendid ultrafashionable skirts garments which are n revelation of tailors skill Panama Alpacas Wool Mtmuli Mixtures in all shades worth 87 como and pick them at this great public sale price 8239 Ladies Tailor Made Coats These beautifulspring coats are tho smart est best fitting coats that have ever been shown in Stanford The mate rials are excellent andnil the now now shades np to the minute Every coat more than n bargain Ladies 812 Auto Coat extra long strictly hand tailored in black and and blue some stunningly trimmed very latest models Positively worth 812 During this itia1o348La- dies i length Black coats made of latest materials and fashions worth up to 88 perfect flitting dont miss this one Public sale lirico198- Pants Mcus Pants all sizes up to 40 Never sold for less than 81 50 Price SOc Odds and Ends Another lot same as abovCj only bolter worth 82700 Mops guaranteed all wool pants or another pair wortk 8250 to 83 while they last 8140 This SpringJ shipment in Mens Fine Pants worth up to 84 Odds and ends sale price 8170 Underyear Mens Sanitary Fleeced Underwear positively worth SOc while it lasts l the garmentlOcSa- me t as above only 75c grade 37c Childrens Jersey ribbed Under wear sanitary fleeced underwear positively worth 50c lOc Mens Pants SOc 70c 8140 8170 Mens Underwear 10 to 37cCIR Ladies Underwear 10 to 37cflHats 80c 8120 8130 Shoe DepartmentLa- dies calf and vici kid shoes Cu of ban heels selected from line where there were only a few left latest styles worth 8250 to 83at8140 Ladies Shoes latest styles only in dreaa shoes all sizes up to 7 i nil 83 50 to 84 values public sale price at 8108 150 pairs mens stylish loco shoes Ftuallpublic sale priceU8c Mens fine dress shoes laco or oxford made from patent colt famous 8350 and 84 brands all the latest R styles every pair guaranteed our public sale price 8108 Express Charges Paid on all Mail Orders of 10t I r Railroad fare paid to all outoftown purchas ers of 25 or more OUR GUARANTEE We assure each and every purchaser absolute satisfaction guarantee each and every statement hero made and we do hereby ngrcq to exchange or refund the money on every purchase ifso desired Every garment is marked x in plnin figures One price to all Nothing oxcepted Entire stock must be liquidatedh S Goldstein StanfordRed nnd Blue Signs will Guido You to the Right Place jale Closes the Moment Every Article is Soldor not La ter tnan Feb 19th t J MAfiMMl11NMMSAPA hMMMPRN1 IAMf P1M 111Rf1tt 1AM PNI 4iyY 1R AI hMMf R1 I1 CRRhF h rcMftiiV ifVfV fdr6i Wi VOAri1 2 4 4 64 Iiii IiiJ 4 4 fi UNOW GOES ii 4 YiyfII AT COST It- it y Y AJ0 II 2b1 NOW Is The Time To Buy z if4 tfh if Cummins Wearen tit y Y 4 v IiSTANFORD KENTUCKY il I JJJ JJi1IVIVd rrffldiV Ot P1t VI Wrl I f1R lRAItPA RPla1aMP1A1AaM n HUSTONVILLE Rev W S Wlllis and wife visited ShelbyvillehisSpring plowing is being pushed with vigor and a decided Increase in acreage is assured Lairs bloodhounds returned from along trail near Columbia with fresh laurels and satisfaction to their caller Further particulars later Miss GeorgleTfaewburn arrived home last week for a few weeks vacation her arduous duties and Is being the glad hand by her numerous D S Carpenter who has been sick with pneumonia is much better Dr 0 S Howard Cam nltz will return from xPittsburg Pa Tuesday Rifle Tucker while bu ing cattle and hogs are buying many thousands pounds of wool for which they are paying 30c and the rise from now on to shipping time Gustle Reyburn and wife living near Kidda Store awoke Wednesday morn- Ing about 1 oclock to find their infant dyad The child was apparently well when put to bed Clove Dunn had charge of the blood hounds trailing the Cam Goooh murderers The trail led to Durhams store Jumbo and was followed back without a bobble telling the facts conclu lively strlctlyhighOperaHousenights next at popular prices An entire change of program each eveningThe of the ladles of the C W B M at Mrs John Allens Thurs day was very Interesting to the largo number of members present Mrs W Williams was leader for the exercis es and a most excellent program had preventedherMcCormack to act for her and the thanks of the society Is tendered for her able and efficient work The attempt of the Hustonville Tele phone Co to raise the rate for residence phones from 1 25 to 150 or 175 per montb has not only raised a storm of indignation throughout the community but has caused a large number of subscribers to order their taken out and the list is still growing LATERIt has been decided to let the residence phones remain at 125 end business phones will be 176 Last Saturday at a country store tho proprietor and a customer being slightly enthused clashed A gun play was introduced but resulted in no harm because of unsteady aim and was soon by friends One of the bel adjourned home and assaulted is wifes nonogenarian father The patriarch was drowsily hovering over a when his attention was attracted W rear just in time to snatch a poker fell thofrenzied son inlaw before could strike with an uplifted chair he old man 93 years of age fled to a neighbors and is still afraid to return home If you can not leave your family To the polar wastes to go You at least can be a hero When its time to shovel snow Its a question hard for a farmers wife to decide these nights Shall she ales with her head on purse or an egg T tlTyCitlsen Richmond Normal School On January 24 quite a number of Lin coln county delegates boarded the train at Stanford for the E K N S The reat of the passengerers faded into in significance before the crowd whose cry was On to Richmond Upon our arrival we were met by Prof Boothe a member of the faculty We found the school building all that could ba ex SullivanHallboats I receptionfrom I two halls and several cottages are full to overflowing with young women while the young men very generously gave Memorial Hall to the young women and sought boarding places the town We are delighted both with our courses of stud and especially the board 1 We were honored on the 6th inst by a visit from a number of the members of the Board of Regents and of the State Legislative committee Dinner was served to them in Sullivan Hall after which the meeting was held in chapelThe of their meeting was to Investigate the needs of the school They seemed to be very forcibly im boysdormitorythe Legislators will vote as they left the impression with us that they would we feel that the school will get the much needed appropriation We have no doubt but our own Senator and Representative will do all in their power for the passage of the bill countyfriendsLINCOLN COUNTY GIRLS E K N S HIGHLAND J M Bastin has sold his 20 acre farm nearGreasy Ridge to a Mr Skel ton from Henry county 0 G Speak is moving his sawmill from near Eubanks to Jarret Berrys near Hails Gap Adam Hyatt have begun sawing since the cold weather has broken Rev J M Cook bought a cow from AC James for 32 50 H C Brown of Mercer and A C James of this place aro buying nil the hogs they can find in this section Goodpasterbeen quite sick for some time Mrs ImprovedArchMoving time is here again Mrs Liz has moved to the Cogle prop cry S S Bastin to the place she va cated and Delmar Adams to the home Mr Bastin left Michael Floyd has moved Into a house on Tom Baugh mans place and Andy Gesler into the house Floyd left Mr and Mrs James have returned from an extended visit to Mercer county relatives and friends Mrs Patrick A Moran of Danville was here to visit her parents David Elder of near Bee Lick washere visiting his daughter Mrs N L Wright Ills grandson Essie Wright went home with him Mace Goodpaster of Lex ington spent several with David Young Rev Coker and wife and liar vey Jenkins were guests of Wm Jen kins Representative Macon of Arkansas the Immigration Commission vigorously in the House and that the members of the commission i had been grossly extravagant IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I V M Staples a Columbia is Woodson desdJman of Boyle Squire George S Gaines aged 72 is J 9Nearaccidentally shot and killed himself Dunn Adams the Danville real es partnershipJ of the best known farmers of Madison thecountyA delegation of citizens from Somer aguinstthe ofPulaskiD C and C J Sipple are building a feetInduringthecream for the wholesale tradeLondonDemocrat An unexplained explosion In Mine No Wednesdaycausedshot It killed six men outright The ThrasherEdwardGrundy Fred Eleven bodies from the ComptonIand Iron where a The explosion tho officials say occur fl red the most remote entrance and t madeheirthem MATRIMONIAL Dr Geo S Brock and Miss Nancy atLondonMiss Nannie Rosters and Robert Pow marriedTuesdayLeo Young of Danville and Miss Bertha Bodner of Junction City were married at Danville Wednesday pugilist Roxbury Stanford w which he has been connected 30 years and of which he has been editor and owner for the past 10 years to Shelton M Saufley a capable young newspaperiman Ed will like a hisCheapestHerald theinquestSwopeAewn C Hyde asked the millionaires nurse to try to persuade the patient to name him Hyde as one of his execu givenbynotlynching refer call it showing him the ropes fatherinlawwounded his wife cide at Suabury OJi rto I the Interior Journal SHELTON M SAUFLEY OWNER 1a HO N HARVEY HELM ot Lincoln county li n candidate for re Oonnrcss from the Eighth demoa cratic party 1 is almost Incredible but neverthe flITtrue that the bonded indebtedness New York is greater than of the United States government t f the former being 913315480 in Janu V ary let last and the latter 906005728 c 88 New Yorks indebtedness increased 55419019 in 1909 which was less r than tha average of the last several years The tendency of municipalities every where is to increase their indebt edness until a fair rate of taxation can do but little more than provide a sink ra inK fund to meet the bonds falling duo and the interest Extravagance has led to a desire for a change in the city governments and the commission form l is now receiving a large share o attention I Galveston Texas is rr largest city that has tried it and the r people are more than pleased with It The Legislature of Tennessee has au ij i thorizedanycityintheStatethatwantsthe and other large cities are preparing to do so A bill is before the Kentucky I Legislature providing for a commission form of government which Is being backed by Lexington people It provides for heads of departments who are directly responsible to the people for their management and reduces very materially the number of officeholders Something seems necessary to be done or some cities in Kentucky will soon be unable without practical confiscation of private property to run their affairs If the rate proposed goes into effect the people of Lexington may have to pay about 3 per cent on their property HOFB springs eternal in the human breast There is a chance even for the United States Senate to become demo cratic The terms of 24 republicans and only six democrats expire in 1911 Harpers Weekly asserts that the re publican party is already busted It hasnt a majority in the House and probably in the Senate It cannot en act the Taft measures Its fighting el ements are irreconcilable Both wanti to see the democrats carry the net House and elect a lot of governors Each proposes to really nominate Its own candidate for President This is official Democrats get wise and get busy TUB Interstate Commerce Commis sion has just reported for the month- of July August and September on th list of casualities It shows that 852 persons were killed and 19241 injured or 118 killed and 2696 more injured than the preceding three months A grea many of the accidents might be avoid ed lives saved and damages reduced In addition to the large sum paid for those killed and wounded the damage to rail ways cars and equipment by the col lisions and derailments were 2316014 A BILL is before Congress to frank everything that Teddy writes and sends through the malls This is tho sheerest toadyism The man who gets a dollar a word for his magazine articles ought to be able to pay his postage just like other people if not more Given an inch he will take an ell and f the first thing you know he will be sending the carcass of some of the hith erto unknown animals that he has mur dered by theppet I DURING Roosvelta terms as president more than 200000 names t were added to the government pay rolls t and a large number has been added un der Taft in his years encumbency Should the postal bank project succeed it will add still 60000 more office holders and at the rate of increase we may all soon hold office with big salaries workiTUB New York World once spoke of Kentucky as the synonym of mint ju lips and now comes a suffragette andI calls it a scandal of illiteracy The dark and bloody ground suffers ma ny sins of commission and omission but we hope she is not entitled to either of these descriptions A COMMITTEE of lawyers in New York has reported to the Legislature in favor of abolishing the plea of insan a ity in murder cases That will be the end of it The insanity plea is almost as good for murderers as the stereotyp ed testimony that the victim reached his hand behind him as if to draw a pis tol CHICAGO Is to vote on prohibition in April but we fear that the millenium will come and go before the citizens that wicked city will agree to give ofI their toddies Stranger things happened though than that she go dry and we will riot be surprised in j any event weatherAN observer at Pitts burg Pa gaysthat theground hog hls missed hitting the weather three years in succession The spell seerns to have been broken though as every day since he saw his shadow last has been worse than the other A HYENA AND A GHOUL I RICHARD W KNOTT is a ghoul Not content with printing foul slanders on I Governor William Goebel during his lifetime charging that Jack China kill d him inciting tho ignorant and vie ious mountaineers to frenzy and claim ing that the State was being robbed for blood money to prosecute innocent people he takes occasion to criticise and abuse him now seizing upon Justus Goebels speech at Frankfort in the unveiling exercises as the excuse Every word that Justus Goebel uttered was true and steeped in hate and malicious ness as Editor Knott is he dare not de ny them They were the words of a dying man who knowing how one brother had been cruelly assassinated and another had died of grief and dis appointment over the result of his ef forts said things that should forever ririg in the ears of the pardoned assass ins and him who gave them liberty Knott is a disgrace to his profession and ought to be ostracised by all res pectable people John Young Brown in anythingfhalf severe enough to fitly characterize this hyena in journalism IN keeping with Mr Bryans asser tion that the embezzler of power is as bad if not worse than the embezzler of money Senator Watkins has presented a bill at Frankfort to make it a peni tentiary offense for a Legislator to break his preelection pledges Unfortunately the bill will not pass but if it were to become a law and could affect the present membership of the Senate the population the State penitentiaries would be increased materially SENATOR J J WATKINS of Union county made charges in a speech be fore the AntiSaloon League convention at Frankfort that four members of the Kentucky Senate had sold out to the whisky interests for 20000 He declined to disclose the names of the members Certainly he did not mean to even intimate that any of the democratic Senators would do such a naugh ty thing I t A DisrATCU says that President Taft and a niece of Senator Depew attended a ball in Washington and floated about the room to the entrancing strains of the Merry Widow waltz IIrhe idea of a 300pounder floating I The young lady Billtcould only float in the deep waters mid ocean TUB treasury of the AntiSaloon League is said to be almost depleted but there is yet an abundance of fight in the members of the League and they saloonsgoeSTATISTICS are said to show that only one manslayer in 74 is convicted in this Alas it is true that the hu mantcan shed DR FRED A COOK who didnt discover the North Pole is said to be In Bermuda Good place for him and there let him stayt NEWS NOTES Martin Allen an Inez barber is us lag a razor which is 125 years old Mrs John Kane is dead at her home in Nicholas county RS a result of burns Charles Tibbs was given a life sen tence for killing Charles Haynes in Bell countyMrs Lizzie Feldman of Evansville attempted suicide for the seventh time and failed Bob Taft the Presidents son has been voted by the senior class as Ya les brightest member and its best scholar By the will of Ambrose Grinter a Kansas City hermit Mrs Elizabeth Swing of Lawrenceburg will receive 10000 Mrs Jack HInton aged 60 was found dead in bed in her home in Hardin county Heart trouble is believed to have caused her death I George N Middlotoni a retired druggist and large holder of real estate in Shelby county is dead Ho had been in ill health several monthsIRev Wallace M was a new trial at Ottwa Kas and sentenced to from one to five years imprisonment He was found guilty of abduc tionThe liabilities of Fisk Robinson the big bond house which failed in New York were estimated at 12000000 in stead of 7000000 the figures given originallyIsonville Fla when a train from St Augustine crashed into the rearend of another train I Seven men were killed when a motor car on the private railroad of the Ray Copper Co at Phoenix Ariz was blown by dynamite between the mine and Kelvin station The jury in the case of Mrs Jeanette StewartFord charged with blackmail ing Charles L Warrener on trial at Cincinnati after being out 24 hours dlsI I a inuredwhenSouthwestern Limited train on the Big FourSenator Hubble has introduced the I following bills An act making it un lawful to pledge or sell any future salary by any State county or city offi cer an act authorizing transportation companies to sell unclaimed articles in destinationII c Mip Y How To I i Collect Your Notes ann Accounts IIow can I collect what is owing me This is the all important question with every merchant wholesale firm business and professional men far mersand in fact everyonetoday Never has tho question been so prominent in the world ns it is today The loss of a tow accounts youthattention knowledge or experience to the adjustment or examination into some dollalil1Ouris a NOTE or ACCOUNT you nro not nblo to collect or whethcrit is some claim in which you have an interest which needs looking limbo wo itIn we experience we have collected many dollars which were given up as lost is one ofour best arguments in favor of wliut wo can do Our terms are reasonable and we make no charges unless we collect Wo make collections anywhere in the United States We recently collected an account for n firm in the adjoining county against a mnn in California If you have a claim which needs looking after or 11 note ormccouut which you want collected no matter how yourbusmelsMAYS COLLECTION AGENCY WOODSON MAY Mgr Somerset Kentucky rT iJ ItJlll 1O- URBUGGIES ARE OPENED UP AND READY FOR YOU TO LOOK AT ALL New Stock Nothing Carried over from Last Year otatttr IW H HIGGINS Stanford KentuckyI StopLookListen L LSFNDRS1Crab Orchard Ky Is offering the best Six Ring All Leather Halter FOR ONLY 25c ever made RURAL TELEPHONESMR FARMER Make your homo as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with tho benefits received Call or address our nearest office or wrIte direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Farmers Lino rate If are not at present enjoying telephone service we KentuckyTennesseeIllinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL tC TEL CQ iKeonronATkD Harry Jacobs Denier In and Manufacturer of Marblo and Cranlto Monu monts Markers and Post Cemetery and lawn Vases and Settee work Me Klnnoy Ky Dinwiddie Co ustonville Ky Undertakers and Erjnbalrners We car ryan uptodate line of goods nvwar s ds + i J J BELDEN For house carriage and sign painting deco rntlve paper hanging olio buggy trimming of all kinds such as tops recovered curtain and Ixiot made HtopovorAIdrldgos black KyPhouoJ JllKLUUN FARM FOR SALET ANo1 farm of IK acre Homo 1m four goodIland is about unit Virgin ell adapted to railing grass bay corn wheat oat hemp and and nil Iu grass except alnmt Ichool1cllUrcbeand outhouseLock Box lei Stanford Kentuck- yEXECUTORS SALE OF LAND- As Executor of Monroe Uurtli deed 111 nt 1u1I0 outcry to the highest bidder iMiroro the courthomo door In Htanford Ky at about y oclock on MONDAY MAIUmi11910 county court hIs lute homo on tho Utinvlllo pike Property I about three miles from Htanford and Is bounded by tho land of Mrs Muttlo Whlto J II Hilton and tho Danvlllo pike Lie opposite the farm of T A ItIco and contains by tbo deed 2tt acres 1 rqod and 10 pole or land Has on It a cottage barn and necessary outbuild Ings spring Nlco home conven iently located and fertile land Hale will ba made on credit of 0 months wit b Interest nt 6 p t from day of sale 1urchaser will bo required to execute note with approved peronaloourlty and a lien will be rotalnod on the land 1urcsaser shall have the priv ilege of paying cash Posienlon will bo given upon compliance with term of sale MoIlOIiKltTB Bxr Monroe Curti-S d r p r I i tr I Good Every Dayi Here are some things you needeve i ry day in the year wet or dry hot or stylesI I I OVERALLS I Andwe have just sized up on themxM and can fit you any size from a childs NoA5 to a mans size 50 Suspenders y The same every day in the year the HARRIS is the best 25c to 2 pair DRESS SHIRTST- he FOUNTAIN is the standardneat black and white effects fancy or plain white are the popular colors withsoft or plaited bosom as you like I NECKTIEStIf you Did not See our necktie WindowIi last Week it was Your Misfortune But it is not too late come inside andisee them H J McROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY cO L Penny Ii II Coffey K R Coleman Dr Hess Poultry Paaacsa mmWilluioko hens lay cure them mfB r thrifty and condition keep theta in increase in the number eggs laid will more than I4YALIoftho small expense of feeding is wlelat Pennys Drug IihPENNYS DRUG STORE Ii Stanford Kentu- ckyBBBBBBBBae M I American Wire Fence GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford R B MAHONEY Pres J T WHITE Secy Tf S FlSIf Treat The Citizens Realty and Title Co Farms houses nnd lots for rent sale or exchange Persons desiring quick sales or purchases in realty of all kinds Call on or write us at STANFORD KYuPromptness and Reasonable Commissions Our Specialty Phone 200 I i I i lItlllY i1 r 6 t I 1 h I I I Last Gallon Cloaks I 1 I u I The Interior Journal BTANFOIID KY FKU 11 uno NEEDLES Bobbins and Shuttles tor II 4 NAis ASSESSOR JOHN c PEPiLEa Is con vale eIng ED McKECHNiE has gone to Portland Oregon prospecting TUB condition of Mr George D Snufloy whllo somewhat Improved 1 still very critical MR W J MASON has sold his farm near Waynesburg and will likely local in Marlon county MRS ADEUA WOODS and daughter Miss Minnie Wood are visiting rely tivca at Paint Lick MR J A ALLEN attended the con ycntlon of the retail lumber dealers In Louisville last week MESDAMES C D SAMPSON and Chile I Scmonei of Mercer have been guest of Mrs T D Newland MESSRS BEN MCGUIRE and J I1 1 Fisher of Lexington have been visit Ing Mils Elizabeth Lutes t Mn W D CAMP of Pensacola Fla has been hero under treatment of Dr J 0 Carpenter for throat trouble MRS J L STORMES of Lancaster v took Wednesdays train at this plat for Clearwater Fin to remain som timeA CUTE little daughter has arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs R M New land to bless the union of that happy couple TUB many Danville friends of Attorney George U Saufley of Stanford- will regret to learn that ho Is danger- ouslyt III of an attack of typhoid fever Advocate MRS CUZARRTII HIGGlN9ifain J II o McAlister lnd Mr are nil thought to be improving Miss Pcachl Daughmana condition Is not vet alarm- Ing Little Mary Hurko is very low- Ed Green continues very III LOCALS LOOK at W 11 Higgins pony rigs FOR field seeds call on T D New lend tlNonrilEns White seed oats at J II Dsughman Gos SKATES at pet Call- S on Claiborne Walton Fish celery cranberries t Saturday Goo II Farris r PIANO SALT Square variety Will sell cheap Applyat this office GET prices on all kinds of produce scrap Iron and rubber ptan ford Ky THREE suites of rooms in the Odd Fellows building for rent Apply tot Ed Wilkinson TRY some pureeCannel The coal that lasts Dcnham Coal Yards Stan ford and RowlandM- ONDAY next Is county court day Please como to town prepared to pay your indebtedness at this office T GET seats early for East Lynno at Waltons Opera House tonight They will bo there from the lead mines I rentSMALL storeroom Sulta ble for photograph gallery Will rent 1cheap II C Anderson Stanford FOR RENTTwo acres of tobacco ground without barn room John C Gooch at Kennedys Mill Stanford KINO HOTEL at Crab Orchard for sale at a bargain Will give easy payments Citizens Realty Co J T White Sec retary OLD Process Oil mc15225 per 100 pounds 41pound Owl brand cottonseed meal 3G per ton JJ II Bough man Co A LOUIBVILLE man asfined 60 for boating his mule Some of our people who take their spito out on dumb brutes should fare similarly THOSE indebted to estate of Ur- L B Cook must settle at onco or I will bo compelled to collect tho accopnts by law Mrs L B Cook admx L B Cook DAN HESTER has torn down his store room and dwelling at Kings Mountain and will it with a good build ing Ho will probably open a hotel in connection wlthhls restaurant MESSRS J M MQCARTY and J W Acey took out license to cream of hope each paying 200 to the city treasurer They out license to run tables tho former three and the fatter twoI Fort SALEJersey cow fresh now Apply to S J Embry Jr Stanfoi Ky PURE Cannel block coal at Dcnha yards at 18c per bushel delivered In town I HAVE for sale 0eagent several shares of stock in tho Hustonvillo Na tlonal Bank E C Walton FOR SALE Lot of locust post Will cut to order J M Ware Stan ford R F D No1 Telephono No 72J THE Louisville Times of Monday contained a fino picture and Intcrcstii writeup of Hon W IL Shanks Lit coin countys model Representative I FOR sale at a bargain 190 acres of i land on good turnpike two miles from Stanford Will sell as a wholo or cut In two If sold at once Tho Citizens Realty Co J T White Secy CUM to tho Povertye Soshule given at Mrs J F Holdama on Monda night Feb 14 for the benefit of tho Crab Orchard Baptist church Admis lion Be Refreshments served free 115ACRE farm three miles from Stan ford on good plko and in splendid com munlty In high state of cultivation has a twostory frame dwelling now barn and all necessary outbuildings Place well watered and fenced Will sell at right figure Stanford Real Es tote Co SMITH JOHNSONS Minstrel gave two rather creditable performances at the Theatorium Tuesday and Wednes day evenings The company is made up of Stanford Negroes and with train Ing they could glvo a splendid perform ance Tho dancing is tho feature actor the show and the singing Is reasona bly good TIIERR are two things that demand the immediate attention of our people and tho first Is the eradication of typhoid fever which has gotten a dangerous foothold here The other is tho muting of blind tiger operators The latter can bo done without great trouble If tho officers will keep their eyes open and see as well as other pcoplo con Lots make a long pull a strong pull and all pull together to rid the town of both of these dangerous nuisances excellent lady died at her home in Hus anvillo Wednesday morning after a grief Illness of pneumonia Tho burial took place In the Hustonvllle cemetery yesterday afternoon after services by her pastor Rev W S Willis Miss labbell was a devout member of the Christian church and very popular with ill classes Sho Is survived by two lators Mcsdamoa W D Stagg of lustonvillo and George Bradley of Lexington and ono brother Mr Will abbcll of Lebanon BROWNS COMEDY Co was to have begun a three nights engagement at Valtons Opera House last night and the prospects for a big crowd at the initial performance was good Undo loan was tho bill for last night and tho beautiful play East Lynne will be oven tonight In this Miss Bonnie Jda Mayrjo takes tho role of Lady Isa mile and Madam Vine whllo the other parts are taken by capable actors and ctrcssca Manager Brown plays tho- roloor Archibald Carlylo Popular prices will prevail throughout tho engagement A school matinee will be given at 2 oclock Saturday afternoon rices lOc for school children 20c or- all others DOYLE county p willhold a meet Ing In the courthouse in Danville tonight to express themselves on the ourso of Senator R L Hubblo on the County Unit bill While Senator Hubblo nada no promises on the extension of tho bill that wo know of ho well knows hat the majority of the people ho represents favor tho passago of it Sena tor Rubble told us on one occasion that he would never voto to repeal tho lawn tho whisky question as it now stands 110 has never broken faith with us and until ho does wo will ratio no ballyhoo against him However wo ore orry that ho has taken the course ho has and feel yet that ho may make oparatlon by voting as a member of tho Religion and Morals committee to jtlvo the Representatives and Senators a chance to express themselves on tbo nportant measure LEHIGH Portland cement at J II Baughman Cos FOR farming implements fancy field seeds etc see W H Higgins IF you Bro looking foroysters and celery go to J D Hortons rest I rant Dons killed four and maimed thr ft fino sheep for Jesse C Lynn Wedm I day night FOR SALEExtra good threeyea old mule blind Apply to S J Embr Jr Stanford Ky WB have farms m Hardln county L0 acre tracts to 900 acres and prices from 300 to 11000 These lands pr duco fine Burley tobacco Stan lord Real Estate Co SOLD OUTl have sold my stock or groceries and insist on all who owe mean account to please call and settle s0 I can straighten up my business at once Respectfully J M Phillips HAVE your pictures framed All work guaranteed neat and well finished Do not forget the 10 cent counter some great bargains on It Our line of Sprint samples of suits and overcoats Is here Let us make your clothes and save yoi money Adams Ems Hustonville 80 ACRE farm about seven miles tromI Stanford Land all cleared and in good tate of cultivation eix room cottage barn double crib etc Right on pike loso to good school house and church I and in good community Well watered I end fenced Price 2OCO Stanford Real Estate Co TUB firm of Pence Trlbble furnl ere dealers and undertakers has dis solved Mr Alfred Penco retiring Judge W A Tribble will conduct the business at tho old stand Mr Penco is undecided as to his future business but we hopo he does not contemplate leaving the best town on tho map HOWARD of thoJ DOT championship Pittaburg Baseball Club left today for the East express Inst himself as dissatisfied with the con ract handed him for his signature yes erday binding him to the Pittsburg Club for tho 1910 season Unless reyfusgrants me more money 1 shall not play said Camnltz as he boarded his train Pittsburg Pa dispatch to ouisviile Times KILLING Crab Orchard Wednesday morning William Montgomery son of the lato Andrew Whitley Montgomery killed Will Steph ena known to his friends as Shorting Bread Stephens with a shotgun Tho men were indulging in hot words over Stephens taking a skunk out of a owned by Montgomery They were on opposltcMJldea of a tall wire fence and Montgomery claims that when J Stephens handed him tho skunk ho at tbe same time caught hold of his gun and attempted to pull It through tho ence Tho weapon was discharged and the load entered Stephens breast killing him instantly There wero no witnesses to the killing The dead man was about 40 years old and leaves a rifo and a number oOchildrcn Montgomery was accompanied to Stanford by James Jones of Crab Or hard who was appointed guard for him by Judge Bailey Tho trial is set for tomorrow Saturday 1 ZAN DUDDBRAR KILLEDOur people wore saddened Tuesday when tho nqwa came that bighearted hlg bodied Zan Dudderar engineer on tho Southern Railway had been killed in a wreck near Waddy Shelby county Ills train ran Into a had been left pen and his engine overturning he was rushed to death His fireman Fred homdale and the express messenger R H Thomas were both badly InJur- ed The remains of Mr Duddorar were rought to the homo of his parents Col and Mrs W II Dudderar at Row Thursday morning after services by Rev D M Walker at 10 oclock at the homo they wero laid way in Buffalo Cemetery Ho is survived by his wire and five children The family resides in Louisville and was an exceptionally happy ono Great sympathy Is for them as well a9- for tho parents brothers and sisters May 110 Who doeth all things well comfort them In their dark hourI In its mention of the wreck the Cou rier Journal of Wednesday says In part The heroism of Alexander Dudderar igineer on the Southern railway train which ran Into an open switch at Wad dv yesterday morning saved tho lives or his papsengera In speaking of Mr uddcrars death the railroad officials declared last night You cant say too much for him as a railroad mane has been with the Southern for 20 vears or more and he was considered 0110 of the best engineers and finest men in the service t I You Can BUY Any Cloak in our House at Just One Half Price t 04 I WE MAKE TIllS EXTRAORDINARY OFFER PREVIOUS TO INVOICING H UNTFRSH i DONT LET THIS GET BY YOU r t SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY 11 DrugStore tPERS 4ROLLBR CAHDELtMissAliceCabbellamoat CAMNITZpitcher EASTENDNear BARGAIN I AT COSTWe still offer you o stock of winter goods at cost during tho month of February Sam Robi son MR JOHN A Ashould sue tho Louisville Times for big damages Tho picture that paper printed of him would make tho average ury him any amount he would ask MR W G LACKEY formerly of Sta ford bu nowvlcopresidentof the Miss- Issippi Valley Trust Co ono tho big Rest banking concerns in St Louis be in keeping his subscription to the I J ills date is now Sept 11 but a check just received will pay him to Sept 1914 11DALLOU Mr H M Ballou son or Ballou of this place died at his home in Lancaster after a linger ing illness of tuberculosis He had been engaged in the businee at Lancaster and was a successful business man Deceased was about 45 years of age and is survived by bls wife and two children lie was a clev er gentleman a good citizen and an honest man Ills legion of friends In this county sorrow at his taking away and deeply sympathize with his wife children aged parents and brothers and sisters Mr had been a de vout member of the Christian church for many years and was prepared tc meat his Maker Relatives of Samuel and Thomas Wheat recently sent to the peniten tiary for the murder of Rolla Davis at Perryville aro seeking a pardon for them Auctioneer I loITer my services to the people of Iln oltt county ni nn auctioneer UlfluUon II W MoWHOllTKIl- Morolnnd Ky R F D Nol Residence Turnernvllle TOBACCO FARM FOR RENTear I desire to rent out for the a moll tobacco farm of 10 acres near Orove nnoy county Jood dwelling and barn Vrlte or apply to II O 1J Foley Wayne burg Ky U n No 4 FOR SALE I Clover Hotel at Crab Orchard aim tore room Just droll street with post olHeo ad JoIning and a coHo or olllco of three oomi All necessary outbuilding MllS OOHTIH DOVER Crab orchard Ky Stock of Merchandise for Sale dctlre to sell privately my tock of Oro erletand Hardware Dolnn n good bull eti Will Invoice about ftfiM Reason III health OHO D HOPPER BtnnfordCKy Notice To Claimants I Tbolo hllvln claims against the estate of- tbe tate J w Llnthlcum will present them roperly verified to ma at once Those ow Ilig the estate will please settle Immedlntxly- KMWAKK McKlnney K- yCockerels For Sale I will have pure bred cockerels of diner it strains on the Btreotl of Stanford and anonstor for sale county court days In nbriiary JIUS W P WHITE Hulrvlew Poultry Yard Stanford Ky R FI No 4 FARM FOR SALE My farm of 67 acres of Rood land well 1m I roved well wattjitid nUll fenced U for stile It Is located seven miles front I1tnllf rd In- the Mnywood section House hasslxroonis aw barn and othornecessary outbuildings A IargaIn It sold nt once J T MviNGBToKi- H F D No1 Stanford Ky B D CARTERN- ow Livorv Depot Street Phono 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY W A TRIBBLE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phono 28 Night Phono 133 Stanford KentucKy The Great Texas Panhandle lloh land U tho buls of nil wealth The Infost Investuieut nnd the surest still JttakerlI rich farming laud God U wltlnlr on the seventh dny He U not anymore land Tho Texas Inn tidlelthelast tho rich lovol land for Itlementin this country fortunes will be inado on the advance in price on these nils In the next few years Homo seekers will go no further when thesee It Hwlih or county Is the garden spot and pride of and the rich or nyclonesclllgnttItude dolightfuloc 1 mate A proven First Ue awarded onr what and oats at tho UlonolCorn at Omaha Ne brluk Illustrated booklet address- JAUKBFKYKBKOTUMAUOHUBB BIAS TullaBwlsti county Tzut- r L R Hughes T W Humble WO tIi Novelties Etc Everything tbats new good and desirable in belts bags hair a ornaments jewelry etc Elastic belts variously trimmed and combined with leather arc the favorites New bags in the and medium sizes withstrapped handles black leads in color with brown tans and greys quite strong Turbans and Turban pins are the things for the head dress Wo have a largo assortment of coronet hair pins also coronet braid buckles and barrettes wo are also showing an immense line of new collar and belt pins Our line of novelties in neck wear for this season is better than ever it is necessary for you to see the line in order to appre elate tho values we have in stock I HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY I r Farmers Attention Remember we carry the Hishest grade ofkFIELD SEEDS The Genuine Oliver Plows AND A LARGE STOCK OF COLLARS 4 HAMES CHAINS ETC t W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky Y rrTin ilkg9Plumbing Heatiqg eo J- f f 1 Dont let 1J1Q pare without having hot and cold water tllrougli year 1 r Souse with a beautiful white v 4 PorCelain Bath Outfit i Have W K WARNER to install your country water works with caronable prices and guarantee We also carry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS Roofing and Roofing Paints Call and see us W K WARNER Stanford HOT W L MCARTYPrcs E 0 WALTON Pres L R IIUGIIES8 4T Stanford Real Estate toi1t p- R JI Stanford ICentucHy a r j Farms and Town Property handled on Coinmjssion Stocks and Booik Sold If you Have ProtlerttoiSelor Rent Notify Us V 4 Write for Circular to OAM 4eR HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky I The Interior Journal Jtnteredintke POll Ojcaat Stanford I dolaM nauer- l r L N TIME TABL- No R1 oatbl1lG 1 x 3HOutbIOI AX- NO2Nortb4UOA I u- t NorYNortb649 v x No tr10r9 AM NoJ821 r x JOS S RICEAgont A S PRICE lSurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Oftee over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owaley Building i MASONS MEETi Lincoln lodge 1000 F 4 AlIl will meet ID idilondaynghtsoteaChmonth at and TfflO Vlock In their ball on Ira Member of slater lodlos are 6slatton Invited to be present T W Pen Boo jtti Fall and Winter Stock sYO yunr measure taken by a tailor of ex penance Then your olotbes whether low like business suit or the finest evening tothei will have that Individuality and flt which Indicate they were made to i wenti and overcoats Fall unples on hand ready for your Inspection HO KU PLBY TbeTallh8- tanfon1KT CUTFLOWERS FOR SALE Jf 1 tan furnish the public with the belt as wll ai the freshest of cut flower plants of- all kInds bulbs flowers on short notice Alto make a specialty ot wreaths rfor funeral purposes la connection with the above I have all Kind of vegetable on hand at reasonable 9Ittt OHIUBTMAN GREEN HOUSES IZtt IlUHUAKUlnoR Stanford Ky hiurtsJTobacco and Tobacco Oarnsj Nothing But Insurance 1 Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Mia STANFORD KY ResIdence Phone 89 Office 66 Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedCONCRETING ZW are suchasBlockdWork plcement1 y mtng a Md In fact we can make any thing from r aswedowntoatence post We can sees e 701 promptljrand guarantee flrrtclnaiie wMk and material our prices l fee you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Mahoney m Fish k Insurance and Real EstateV All kinds of INSURANCE on all largI Rates as low as can be had anywhere Stanford Hy Phone 200 CoiUndertaKers and Embalm tare Also Dealers in Furniture attingsRugs They y will exchange Furniture fort ill Kinds of Stock Give f Them a Call Pricea Right STANFORD KENTUCKY l Jt C11 McClary MMtortaker Embalmer an- dlwllr In Harness Saddlory STANFORD KY r nOII1 = HOB PtlOO M e FARMERS DEPARTMENT Corn is selling at 316 to 3 70 in BourbonFity Rood ewes for sale W E Moss Lancaster Marie N 2081 trotter will be soot raceEof Knoxville bought six mules at London at 135 to 180 FOR SALE 30 ewes good ones Nunncllcyd Stock Yards Stanford A Lexington dispatch says that eggs- have dropped from 55 to 30c per dozen thereFOR SALR40 bushels Blue Grass seed in chaff Price 115 bushel W M Bright FOR SALE Nice lot of extra good orchard grass and blue grass seed Ja D Shelby Junction City Ky J D Eads Son have put their fine stallion Black Joe in the hands of Matt Cohen of Lexington for handling Senator R L Hubbles good horse T M added another good race to his credit ai Jacksonville Monday FOR SALE25 threeyearold mules All broken and in good working order Call on or hone Logan Hubble Lancaster R P D No1 J D Eads sold to J H Baughman Co 200 barrels of corn at 3 50 to J A Walden of Boyle a of mules for 280 and to W 0 Walker three aged brood mares for 225 Auctioneer W P Prewitt writes At Richmond Monday plug horses sold at 15 to 90 plug mules 30 to 70 pairs of mules 240 to 460 1100 to 1 300poundChas T Worthington has Bold his farm of 411 acres near Danville to A H Vansant of Harrodsburg at 75 Dr J B Robards has purchased 211 acres of the Gen John B Castleman farm at Shakertown for 14000 A ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRE farm on good pike Has two houses In 21 miles of railway station Land produces good tobacco Look at it and you will buy it Price only 2500 Stanford Real Estate Co FOR SALEFour good sows fine stock one sow and pigs and some shoats Sows will average 150 shoats 60 pounds Residence tree miles West pikeWF D No4 The Kentucky Racing Commission granted dates for the coming season Tuesday Lexington is given from April 30 to May 7 The Kentucky Derby be run May 10 and the Louisville meet ing will continue until June 4 Latonia will open June 6 and close July 9 I will sell at public auction at Nun nelleys stock pens at 11 oclock Mon day morning February 14 1910 court day 12 twoyearold mules and eight or nine hlgh grade twoyearold Jersey heifers which will calve in the spring Remember the place date and hour Also a 2yearold Jersey bull W H Rignoy Stanford BARGAiN257 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 240 barrel cnb shed granary silo barns etc Fencing good and place well watered Nine neverfailing springs cement troughs etc In a splendid neighborhood Stan ford Real Estate Co BARGAIN 354 acres of good land of which 100 acres is bottom land eight room dwelling two good stock barns new tobacco barn 36x96 ice house buggy house two corn cribs etc two good cisterns the whole farm being well watered well fenced and lavs well Will sell as a whole or cut 200 acres with improvements to suit pur chaser which includes 100 acres as fine bottom land as there is in the county This is a bargain See L R Hughes Stanford Ky The oration of Governor McCreary at the dedication of the monument to Governor William Goebel was a veryable and eloquent address The of it ere expressed in excellent taste and he delivered it forcibly and gracefully His work as of the Monument Commission can not be yearsheand attention towards making it a success and the result is a compli heepowedgreatmembers of the commission plicltly upon his judgment and discern ment The friends of Governor Goebel owe him a debt of gratitude not only for his valuable services as chairman of the commission but also for his splen did tribute last Thursday to the life and character of the eminent states manState Journal The jury in the famous boycott suit of D E Loewe of Danbury vs 200 members of the hatters union return ed a verdict at Hartford Conn in fa vor of the plaintiff for 74000 This means 222000 total as the suit was brought under the Sherman act and under its provisions the damages allow ed are tripled Senator Ben Conger of New York who charged the republicon leader J P Allds with accepting 1000 for influencing legislation produced a wit ness who testified that he handed Sen ator Allds an envelope containing the money sufferer from stomach trouble gas belching sour stomach nervous ness dizziness and billlousness should get a 50c box of Miona stomach tablets today and start a treatment Guar anteed by G L Penny Grant P Trent of Tennessee a judge of the First Instance in the Phil ippines was appointed a Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines to succeed Justice Elliott The endless struggle wearies me pineI girl would be My little valentine Hes very saving in his way SaturdayOf s CHURCH MATTERS A congregational meeting of the Presbyterian church has been called for A full attendance is de sired There have been 118 additions to the colored Baptist church since the first of January making the total membership 900AdvocateRev W Lee for 34 years pastor of one of the largest Negro congregations In the United States is dead Washington He was a member of the National Baptist convention and was recently appointed a delegate to the Economical Conference at Edin burg Scotland The Laymens Missionary Convention in Louisville Feb 1 2 and 3 was largely attended and the addresses were of a high order At the banquet nt tho Galt House 625 sat down and three no table addresses were delivered This CampbellWhite powerHe awakeningInterestDuring the three days addresses were delivered by distinguished missionaries from nearly all the mission fields of the worldand a profound impression was made on all present of the crying needs of the heathen and the duty of the peo pie of Christian lands to that need The ability of the Christian churches to evangelize the heathen world in the generation was strongly emphasized The object of the movement is to awaken the laymen of the Christian world to greater activ ity in this work Tho movement began three years ago as a result of the Centennial of the Stack prayer meeting at Williams College Mass It collects and disburses no funds except its incidental expenses It only excites the churches to greater efforts The movement has to Great Britain Carmany aud Australia and promises to girdle the globe Through its in fluence hundreds of men have consecrated all their income above a bare living to this great work hundreds of churches have been fed to double their contributions to missions The last day of the Louisville meeting coun sale were held by representatives of all the Protestant of Louis ville and these churches pledged to yearTheyeartheymeetingInextend the movement all over the State J J DI Here and There The Peoples Bank Trust Co of Shelbyvllle paid 12550 for a half interest in Hotel Armstrong in that city The firm of J J J E Maddox one of the largest wholesale grocery es tablishments in Atlanta has assigned Emiio Cabrie claiming to have been a former head chief of Czar Nicholas I of Russia dropped dead on the street at Hot Springs Ark Alexander Rosenjack the miner charged with the responsibility for the late at Cherry III who disappeared shortly after the catastro phe has been found in Cleveland 0 Homer C Cope an Indianapolis Ind bricklayer shot and killed his mother inlaw Mrs Louise C George shot his wife in the head and then turned the weapon on himself falling dead at his wifes feet Gen Wm F Draper by his will hat disinherited two children of his son George Otis Draper who live with their mother Mrs Lily Duncan Draper in Lexington He bequeathed half of his formerlyMissestate is valued at 10000000 POLITICAL proclamatlon man goods imported into the United States are entitled to the minimum rates of duty- Republican politicians fear the out come of the crusade against high prices in the cost of living Party lead ors in Congress favor an immediate in quiry into the cause of the increased costA Washington special says Reprb sentatlve Helm presented to Congress a protest from of Lancas ter against the postal savings bank bill It is signed by the leading men of all trades in both parties In an effort to put an end to government extravagance and waste Senator Aldrich reported from the Committee on Public Expenditures a bill providing for the of a commission to make an investigation and suggest needed reforms Quaker Oats is the worlds food Eaten in every countryeaten by infants athletes young and old Recognizedas1tht great strength builder Delicious and econoniir Regular lOc package and lif nnrilts scaled tins for lot eima Sheriffs Sale For I Taxes Monday Feb Ut JO Bong the lit day of the February term of the iacola coucJj court I will between the hours of 9 oclock A Mand 4oclock P M1nfl- Ollt of the courthouie door ia Stanford Ky sellat public outcry to the MgW sad best bidder lot rash in hand the following lists or to much ai will pay Urn tort and penalty As fut at payments are made the names will disappear The amount xt opposite each name includes 6 per cent penalty and cost of advertisin- gStanfordWhite Bright J W 140 acres 74 34 Carpenter Siiicri town lot 22 75 J Collins MM Bettie 40 urn I 60- Dawe C L 25 acres 3 00 Hasty Jack pars 3 75 Manuel Thomas 5 acres 19059 6 45 Syext John and Da NR I acre 160 Wheat Mrs Maggie 65 acres 16 15 Yates Wm hn 50 acres 160 Stanford Colored Abbi Ceo 2 ucre 3 25 Bright Tobe 8 acres 160 Carson W A I acre 320 Givens Kate NR IO acres r 2 20 Hayes Wdl onefourth acre 6 50 Jackman J S house and lot l 75 Lackey Broadclu 2 acres 3120 Lackey Will I acre 375 Lillard Edmond house and lot 6 70 Logan March 5 acres I 60 Lytle Bob 2 acres 3 20 Miller Ceo Jr house and lot 4 25 Penman John 34 acre credit 310 bal 3 95 Simpson Millie 14 acre 160 Simpson Elias 33 acres 7 75 Wither Patsy Rout house end lot 160 Crab Orchard White Darnel Wm 2 acres 2 75 Bobbin F F 59 12 acres 9 90 Delaney Eliza 45 acres 2 20 Denny A C14acres r 3 20 Hopper Bill 41 acres 320 Kelsey Lutes N R 87 acref 6 8S Turner Mrs Walter 73 acre 6 25 Crab Orchard CoWdB- lanford Julia 4 sacs I 60 Humbsr Robt 12 acre 7 95 Humber Effie I acre 2 40 Nile Georgia 34 acre 2 20 Slaughter Mattie 12 sue 135 SmithJHNR 112 acres 19S Sutton Wm 4 12 acres 3 25 Warnesburg Whke August A J N R 134 ACres 4 50 Baugh Stu 32 urn 3 00 Dunn S M N R 100 sacs 4 50 Bryant Mollie 3 acres 3 95 Byrd Joe acres 4 85 Carrier J L Lowe and lot 3 70 t Clark Thoma N R SO ores 2 30 Ctaunch Ubertu 40 acres 7 15 Denny W L 30 acres V 3 75 Erie John Lr125acre275F-ak L G N Racres 450G- aslineau Geo IS acres 4 65 Gastineau J H 75 acre 3 75 Gooch Cicero bas 37 urn 2 75 Hicks W H N R 107 acres 3 SO Montgomery J W I ACe and lot 4 95 Moore D M 20 acre of 85 Noble WeN R 116 acre 570 Poker J C N R 92 acres 3 35 Pitman W R Lowe and lot 5 00 Plias Docia 25 acres 195 Reid Ollie N R 4acre 3 35 Reid Etna II acre 160 Reid W S 3 acre 375- RiceWMANR20acrc 220 Rigney Sam 26 acres 4 50 Robuuon Wm 15 acre 3 00 Sinn D W 2O acres 4 95 SimsTipton 106 acres 5 10 Sims W G 20 sere 3 20 Sims Hayden 12 U2 acre 4 35 Smith Mrs Eva 200 acres 4 50 Spradlin Cha J N R 45 acre 4 SO Taylor E D acres 3 85 Trusty Ceo I acre 3 20 Warren E C N R 9 acres 13S Waterloo G W 40 acres 3 75 Wilcher J B 193 acres S SO Wolrerton G W N R 31 acre 325 Young Sallie 34 acre 3 25 Hurionville White Burkett John 5 acres Jk 6 95 Cason J K N R 14 sues jil i 5i 70 Compton EDI acre r iJ 25 Delf Ceo 7 acre 3 so Deveri Howard N R I acre 2 20 Durham B W 54 acres 3 75 Ellison G W housed lot 985 Everett Frank 50 acre f 4 85 Miracle A B 100 acres 16 40 Remolds Mt Mollie 2Sacres 4 00 Russell G W 14 acre 7 00 Vaught John house and lot 3 75 Waggoner Thomas 50 Ae ofj5 Wikher J W 50 acres 3 75 White Robt N R 25 aces 6 80 Hustonville Colored Armstrong Frank house and lot 8 45 Barfield Henry land 345 Bright Lucy N R I acre I 60 Brown Nathan N R acres 160 Bruce Robert house and lot and 3 acres 6 10 Cloyd Bettie 2 acre 160 Drye Steve house and lot 4 95 Durham Dan N R 3 acre 4 00 Gill pie Green house and lot 3 80 Helm James house and lot 3 25 Hocker Mack 34are 590 Jones Henry Iacre 4 25 Lyons Manha N R house and lot 160 McCormack Geo Sr 4 acres 4 85 McCormack Green 35 acres 5 00 McKinney Rine I acre 3 25 McKinney Kate 12 acre 2 20 McKinney Crmpbell N R house sad lot 2 20 Miller Jim N R house and lot 140 Miller James 25 acres 125 Moreland Jennie I acre 160 Rife Smith house and lot 4 35 Rife Laura 2 3acra 6 20 Singleton Jessie I acre 160 Smith Palsy Rouse and lot 2 20 Walker Tho Louse and tai 4 65 Walker Tho 2 sores 485 Welch James house and lot credit 3 bar 185 Weathcrford Bolin N R house tndlot 1 40 Weatherford Judie 165 T J HILL ExShenf Licol County L 01 It We Undersell Everybody +t+t+++t+ Below Cost I 1 OFFER MY ENTIRE OF Clothing Shoes Ladies and Gents Furnishings 1 Cravanettes82U 00 18 00 CrnuucUC8I 11I4815 00 0 43 13 00t4 8 46 I 12 00II 7 08 Overcoats 20 Overcoats 10 00 18 D 08 15 7 78 12 50II 6 05 10 IfGIS 850 5 78 600 308 5 00It 3 48 400 2 08 300 2 28 2 50u 17 Mens Suits of Best Make 25 00 Mcna Suits 116 08 22 50II 16 48 20 00 12 41 18 00 1 11 OS 15 00u 848 13 50It 7 08 12 50u 7 48 10 00II 648 0 00 lil4SJ 8 00 I 4 98- 7G0 r i 41i8 600 1 LOapII 2 08 Boys Suits p Straight and Knickerboekcr Pant4 88 00 DollI Suits 5 48 7 48II 4 08 G 60II 4 48 5 00II 3 18 4 00II 273 00II 2 21 2 50II I 143 2 004r 08Y Hats Largest Stock in Town 84 00 John n Stetson Hat 2 91 3 50 2 78 3 00 Irate 2 28 2 50II 1 08 2 00It 1 48 1 50I 0v1 00II 4 Mens Cashmere and Worsted-s Pants s Duchess Trousers 5 00II 3 01 4 00II II 328 350 4 211 8 oor 210 2 50II II 101 2 00 4r t 1 48 150 IIUSBOYS PANTS and Knickerbackcr 14o to1Q8 IiEAVYFLEECED UNDERWEAR50c quality 38c 25c quality lcIAll i hoes Go Below Costt Patent Vicl Veldm and Gun Metal 85 shoes at 338 400 Shoos at 320 350 slices at 278 tOO shoes at 228 250 shoes at 108 200 shoes at 1C8 160 shoes at 119 The Ball Band Felts4 00 Felts 346- 3I0 II 293 00II 24- S2i w u 10 Rubbers h 41 2 25 Rubbers Ball Band 1 88 OSi I r Saturday Jan J5 Thirty Days Days Next Door to Lincoln CuntyNational Bank SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY r The Wintry Blasts I May orne And the Rain and Snow Fall hvt yourstock will keep warm i Nunnelleys New Stock Yards Plenty of Covered Pens and Feel and Water Beet market in the State Sa bring them on Court l1AyvSecond l ondaj I M Assistants