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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): February 11, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 int1910021101_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 11, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. VOL. XXXVII. The Interiop Journal, DOOMED! STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1910. .i v NO. ? 100 22 22 22 !! THE MOST RAW I ., , In the History of Merchandising in Stanford. m BW For It, ! re- - I EVERY 22 THING 22 t 22 I! NOW GOBS ! is ?2 Prices Have Again Been Reduced and There's a Reason WE ARE QUITTING BUSINESS .. Tho remnant of our 818,000 stocjc of Merchandise for Men, Women nnd Cliihlrcn thrown on th e market gnrdle, irrespective of former coit or value. Having decided to quit business we will liquidate our stock ot stock at retail at Pub! lie Sale. Ev- Clothing. Furnishings, .Shoes,,' Etc.. ..and oll'or thii entire staple and , ,. .v .. i i ... .i. i. ..'v ...! t;...r....i L'.. Signcd S. Goldstein. cry nrliCIO lllUSl IK) JHJUUiaieil anil (lispo'eu oi uy rcu. m iu our preiuiH.T, omuiuiu, it.) iu AT COST. Cummins tz ? HUSTONVILLE. 2 I s Now is The Time To Buy. 'I ; I'l Ml I Men's Suits. A fine Suit ol IIO.MK SPUN and "Miool crash ChcvioLi, in plain and fan- cy mixed effect, nil weight, perfect fitting, guaranteed positiely worth up to 88, or your money refunded at any time during tint great public mIc 82.10 Men's Splendid Suits made up in medium and heavy weight, cotisorv-ntiv- e ctylci. oitivcly worth up to 812, or your money" refunded nt any time durinS this great public wilo 83.08 814 Suit, nil to match, 84.40. fino suit of clothes, all to match, Ladies' Suits. Indies Walking skirts, all such This Spring's shipment in Men's and stylo, you must ce them to re alize tho management quality, the Fine Pants, worth up to 84. Odds 81.70 conipleti perfection of the styles and nnd ends sale price coloring-- , Skirt which you seldom have seen equaled for 85.50. 82.20 Public sale price Men's Sanitary Fleeced Underwear skirts positively worth 50e; while it lasts 150 splendid 10c garments which are a revelation of the garment tailor's skill, Panama Alpaca, Wool Same as above, only 75c grade 37c Munith Mixtures in all shades, worth Children's Jersey ribbed Under87; come and pick them at this great wear, sanitary fleeced uuderwenr, 82.11'J public sale; price 10c positively worth 50c Men's guaranteed nil wool pants, or another pair wortk 82.50 to 83; while they last 81.40 & Wearen, ww STANFORD,-- KENTUCKY. mmmvmmm mm lt n ?? M hi li- Underwear. fiffff4f Richmond Normal School. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. c Ladies' Tailur Made Coat. These A beautiful spring coats arc the smartin Homespun and Worsted Scotch Mix- est, best fittiug coats that hnvo ever tures. This suit is positively worth been shown in Stanford. The mate$14, or your money refunded nt any rials are excellent nud nil tho new time during thin great public talc, at now shades up to the minute. Every 81.40 coat more than a bargain. k Men's Pants 50c, 70c, 81.40, 81.70 Men's Underwear 10 to 37c. Ladies' Underwear 10 to 37c. Hats, 80c, 81.20, 81.30. Shoe Department. 810 nil Wonted Suits, 8C40. This in tho peer of nny you can seo elsewhere at n 810 price mark. A ronr-vof goodness; nil sizes. Don't fail to nsk for this suit. A genuine 8 1 8b.40 , 820 Men' Fine Suit, 88.08. A grand nssortment of siuglo and doulile brctulcd sack suits, black, bluu and brow u cheviot. serges, velour finish-c- l cassimcro, somo solid worsteds in gray nnd brown; nobby tweed mixtures iu all tho mobt desirable nud newest shades, all superbly tailored; coats French faced finished, twrfect fit guaranteed. Valuea that nro equal iivjovery rcsiwct to (suits that sell for 88.08 820. Our wlo price Ladies' 812 Auto Coat, extra long, Ladies' calf and vici kid shoes. Custrictly hand tailored, iu black nud ban heels, selected from Hue where nud blue, some stunningly trimmed, there were only a few left, latest very latest model. Positively worth styles, worth 82.50 to 83, at.. ..81. 40 812. During this sale 83.48 Ladies' Shoes, latest styles only, in dress shoes, nil sizes up to nil 83.-5- 0 Indies' length Black coats, made to 8 1 values, public sale price of latest materials aud fashions, worth 81.08 up to 88; perfect flitting; don't miss this one. Public sale price 81.08 150 pairs nicu's stylish lace shoes or oxfords in patent, kid and vici, actually and positively worth worth S3, public sale price 08c. Meu'a Pants, all sizes up to 4G. Never sold for less than 81 50. Price Men's line dress shoes, lace or ox 50c. ford made from patent colt, famous 83.50 and 84 brands, nil tho latest Odds nud Kuds. Auothcr lot same styles, every pair guaranteed, our as nbovo, ouly 1cttcr, worth 82 ...70c public salo price 81.08 7, Pants. Express Charges Paid on all Mail Orders of $10. Railroad fare paid to all out-of-to- wn purchas- ers of $25 or more. OUR GUARANTEE. Wo assure each aud every purchaser nbooluto satisfaction, we guarantee each nud ovcrv stntemeut hero made. nnd wo do hereby ngreo to exchango or refund the money on every purchase, if so desired Every garment is marked in plain figures. One prieo to all. Nothing oxecptcd. Entire stock must bo liquii S. Goldstein, Stanford. Kcd and Hluo Signs will Guide You to tho Right Place. .1 Sale Closes .the Moment Every Article is Sold, or not ter tnan Feb. 19th. &imkmi IT La- On January 24 quite a number of Lin V. M Staples, a prominent citizen of Rev. W. S. Willis and wife visited friends in Lexington and Shelbyville coln county delegates boarded the train Columbia, 13 dead. at Stanford fur tho E K. N. S. Tho this week. Woodson Arnold, a prominent stock rest of the Spring plowing is being pushed with significance passengerers faded into in man of Boyle, is dead. beforo the crowd whose vigor and a decided incrcaso in tobacco cry was "On to Richmond!" Upon our Squire George S. Gaines, aged 72, is acreage is assured. arrival we were met by Prof. Boothe, dead In Anderson county. Lair's bloodhounds returned from a a member of the faculty. We found Near Lawrenceburg John long trail near Columbia, with fresh the school building all that could be ex accidentally shot and killed T. MofTett himself. laurels and satisfaction to their caller. acted, but in order to get to Sullivan Dunn & Adams, the Danville real . rurther particulars later. Hall we had to be transported in mud.tate men, have dissolved partnership, Miss Gconrle Newburn arrived home 'of last week for a few weeks' vacation "weweremetby a warm reception from her arduous duties and is being from both faculty and students The county, is dead. He was sheriff of the given the glad hand by her numerous two halls and several cottages are full county one or more terms. to overflowing with young women, mends. delegation of citizens frnm Rnm.r. A D. S. Carpenter, who has been sick while the young men very generously set went to with double pneumonia, is much better. gave Memorial Hall to the young wo mu paa3uKu Frankfort to protest againsc ur. u a. Williams ana no warn uam- - men and sought boarding places in the new county oi me oiu providing for a composed of portions of nitz will return from Pittsburg, Pa., town. We are delighted both with our uiaski, Whitley and Wayne. courses of study and especially the Tuesday. D. C. and C. J. Sinnln urn hnlMin! a RifTe & Tucker, while buiing cattlo board. We were honored on the 5th inst. by foundation for a warehouse 30x70 feet. hogs, are buying many thousands and In the basement from of pounds of woof, for which they are a visit Board a number of the members will have an up-t- of this building they datedairy and during of Regents nnd of the 30c and the rise from now on to of tho paying i State Legislative committee. Dinner the summer thev will mnniifn.-tm-snipping time. was served to them in Sullivan Hall, cream for the wholesale trade. London Gustie Reyburn and wife, living near after which the meeting was held in uemocrac. Kidd's Store, awoke Wednesday morn the chapel. An unexplained explosion in Mine No. ing about 1 o'clock to find their infant The object of their meeting was to Of dad. Tho child was apparently well investigate the needs of the school. causedthe StearnsisCoal HnaaWnrlnoaHav by what known a "windy when put to bed. They seemed to be very forcibly im shot, killed . six men outricht. The Cleve Dunn had charge of the blood- pressed with the special need of a boys ie,ad' a'l white, are: A. U Thrasher, hounds trailing the Cam Goooh murder- dormitory and walks on the campus If Edward Thrasher. G W. King, Rich'd ers The trail led to Durham's store the Legislators will vote as they left Grundy, Fred Compton. at Jumbo and was followed back with the Impression with us that they would, Eleven bodies hav haen out a bobble, telling the facts conclu we feel that the school will get the from the Jefferson sively. much needed appropriation We have and Iron Company and Clearfield Coal mine at Ernest, Pa., Tho Brown Comedy Co.. a strictly no doubt but that our own Senator and where a terrific explosion occurred. high cluss combination of entertai ners, Representative will do all in their pow- The explosion, the officials say, occur- will hold the boards at Alcorn's Opera er for the passage of the bill. With best wishes for Lincoln county l the me most remote entrance, and House on Monday, Tuesday and Wedall men in other headings made prices. friends and tho I. J , nesday nights next at popular heir escape before the fire reached Lincoln County Girls, change of program each An entire them. E K. N S. evening. The meeting of tho ladies of the C. MATRIMONIAL. HIGHLAND. W. D. M at Mrs. John Allen's Thurs day was very Interesting to the targe Dr. Geo. S. Brock and Miss Nancy J. M. Bastin has sold his n- touts number oi memoers present, airs w. tIt. Williams was leader for tho exercis farm near Greasy Ridge to a Mr. Skel London. were united in marriage at es and n most excellent program had ton from Henry county. Miss Nannie Rogers and Robert Pow-el- l, O. G. Speak is moving his sawmill been arranged, but illness prevented both of Lancaster, were married her attending, and sho secured Mrs. from near Eubanks to Jarret Berry's McCormack to act for her. and the near Hall's Gap. Adams & Hyatt have Tuesday. Lee Young, of Danville, and Miss thanks of tho society is tendered for begun sawing since the cold weather Bertha Bodner, of Junction City, were has broken. her able and efficient work. Rev. J. M. Cook bought a cow from married at Danville Wednesday. Tho attempt of tho Hustonville Telephone Co. to raise the rate for resi A. C. James for $32 50. H. C. Brown. John L. Sullivan, tho erstwhile pugidence phones from Si 25 to si. 50 or of Mercer, and A. C. James, of this list, was married again this week, this per montb. has not only raised a place, aro buying nil tho hogs they can time to Miss Mary Martnett in SI 75 storm of indignation throughout the find in this section. Mass. community, but has caused a large Born, to tho wife of David Goodpaa number of subscribers to order their ter, a girl. Mrs Alonzo Skidmore has Mr. E. C. Walton has sold the Stanphonea taken out, and the list is still been quite sick for some time. Mrs, ford, Ky,, Intemor Journal, with growing. Later. It has been decided C. M. Young is somewhat, improved, which he has been connected 30 years, to let tho residence phones remain at Arch Batin has two very sick children, and of which he has been editor and f 1 25 and business phones will be $1.75. Moving time is here again. Mrs. Liz owner for the past 10 years, to Sheltoa Last Saturday at a country store. zie Bastin has moved to the Cogle prop M. Saufley, a capable young newspaper the proprietor and a customer being ery, S. S Uastin to the place sho va- man. Ed will feel like a fish out of slightly enthused, clashed. A gun play cated, and Delmar Adams to the home water when not taking in ducats for his was Introduced nut resulted in no harm Mr. Bastin left. Michael Floyd has "Cheapest and Best." Ashland, Va because of unsteady aim, and was soon moved Into a house on Tom Baueh Herald. mm suppressed by friends. One of the place and Andy Gesler into the Sensation followed sensation In the adjourned home and assaulted man's Floyd left. Mr. and Mrs James inquest house Independence, Mo., into tbd at his wifo's nonogenarian father. The extended visit death of Col, Thomas M. Swope. A patriarch was drowsily hovering over a have returned from an to Mercer county relatives and friends. few days before Col, Swope died, Dr. firo when his attention was attracted to Mrs Patrick A. Moran, of Danville, B C. millionaire's the rear just in time to snatch a poker was here to visit her parents. David nurse toHyde to asked thethe Persuade natient to son before Elder, of near Bee Lick, was Jiero visit- name himtrv and fell (Hyde) as one of his execu he could strike with an uplifted chair. ing his daughter, Mrs N. L. Wright. The old man, 93 years of age, fled to a His grandson, Essie Wright, went homo tors, according to the testimony given neighbor's and la still araid to return with him. Mace Goodpaster, of Lex- by Miss Pearl Kellar, the nurse. home. ington, spent several days with David Tenderfoot fairhast) You're nnt Young. Rev. Coker and wife and Har- lynching that man? If you can not leave your family vey Jenkins were guests of Wm. Arizona Ike Well er we don't re. To the polar wastes to go fertoitin that unrefined way. We You at least can be a hero call it showing him the ropes. When Its time to shovel snow. Representative Macon, of Arkansas. Lvman Bolton murdered hU fatW. It's a uestion hard for a farmer s attacked the immigration Commission and mother-in-lawife to dec Ide these nights. Shall she vigorously in the House and charged seriously sleep wiu ber Bead oa ber purse or an that the members of the commission wounded his wife and committed sui Barry CitiMa. bad beaa grossly extravagant. cide at Suabury, O. e?' Jll ni ?y!2rs:.0",? f o 4 Rox-bur- y, r, M 4 i n in-la- L r IK ilMttl M It' Jj4.au., ,. - ii TI HWP Ifl I "f .fU wp n yi "VI mi nyv imw i tV- ' jppijigMi wkvji vi ,1111 jui fiwijifii The Interior Journal. SHELTON M. SAUFLEY, HON. HARVEY HELM, countr, l n cnndMiite for re. nomination forOonari'M fromofthn hlgnlii dltrlct,ulJict totbonctlon the demo, cmtlc party. of Lincoln than the overuse of the last several years. The tendency of municipalities every where is to increase their iiulebt cdncss until a fair rate of taxation can do but littlo more than provide a sink-inj- r fund to meet the bonds falling due and the interest. Extravagance has led to a desiro for a change in tlio city governments, and tho commission form is now receiving a large share of attention. Galveston, Texas, is the largest city that has tried it and the people are more than pleased with it. The Legislature of Tennessco has authorized any city in the State that wants the now form to adopt it, and Memphis and other largo cities aro preparing to do so. A bill is before the Kentucky Legislature providing for a commission form of government, which is being backed by Lexington people. It provides for heads of departments, who aro directly responsible to the people for their management, and reduces very materially the number of Something seems necessary to be done, or some cities in Kentucky will soon be unable without practical confiscation of private property to run their alTairs. If the rato proposed goes into effect, the people of Lexington may have to pay about 3 per cent, on their property. office-holder- almost Incredible, but nevertheless true, that the bonded indebtedness of Greater New York Is greater than that of the United States government, the former bolwr $013,315,480 in January 1st last and the latter $906,005,T23.. 83. New York's indebtedness Incroas cd f55.419.019 in 1909, which was less It Is A HYENA AND A GHOUL. Hiciiard W. Knott Is a ghoul. Not content with printing foul slanders on I Governor William Gocbol during his lifetime, charging that Jack Chinn killed him, inciting tho Ignorant and vie- -' ious mountaineers to frenzy and claiming that tho Stato was being robbed for blood money to prosecute Innocent people, ho takes occasion to criticiso and abuso him now, seizing upon Justus Goebel's speech at Frankfort in tho unveiling exercises as tho excuse. Every word that Justus Goebel uttered was true, and steeped in hate and maliciousness as Editor Knott is, he dare not deny them. They wero tho words of a dying man, who, knowing how ono brother had been cruelly assassinated and another had died of grief and disappointment over the result of his efforts, said things that should forever ring in the enrs of tho pardoned assassins and him who gave them liberty. Knott is a disgraco to his profession and ought to bo ostracised by all respectable people. John Young Drown, in his famous excoriation in Congress of old Den Butler, never tatd anything half severo enough to fitly characterize this hyena in journalism. flow To Collect Tour Notes and Accounts, IIow can I collect wlmt is owing nic? This is tho nil important question with every merchant, wholesale firm, business and profeeaional men, farmers nnl, in fact, everyone Never lias tho question been do prominent in tho busincm world ns it is today. Tho Iom of n few nccounts may cat up your profits in buiiicM: tho failure to collect n noto make you that much poorer; not being able, or in a position, to givu tho proper attention, knowledge or exporienco to tbo adjustment or examination into Mime claim iu which you have an interet may cniie you tho lojs of many dollar. wur province nml our iiumiicis is to help you in tlicte matters. bother it is a NOTE or ACCOUNT you are not able to collect; or whether it U omo claim in which you have mi intercut which need' looking into .cnrefttlly, wo are prepared to do it, and do if liromntlv. Thw is our bwine.: wo make it n study: Wo have the facilities and we have the exnerienre. ami tho fact thnt wo have collected many dollars which who given up iw lout, in ono of our best arguments in favor of what we can do. Our terms oro reasonable, mid we niako no charges unless wo colled: Wo make collections anywhere in tho United States. Wc recently collected on account for n firm in the adjoining county against n man iu California. If you have a claim which needs looking after, or a nolo oruccount which vou want collected, no matter how largo or how small, or where the parties live, send it to u. W'c solicit your ousinces. iiaiiK references. to-da- Good Eiery OVERALLS Day. 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. Andwe have just sized up on themv;,,, and can fit you any size from a childs No.' 5 to a mans size 50. with Mr. Bryan's assertion that tho embezzler of power is as bad if not worse than tho embezzler of money, Senator Watkins has presented a bill at Frankfort to make it a penitentiary offense for a I.rtrislntnr to pledges. Unforbreak his tunately tho bill will not pass, but if it wero to become a law and could affect the present membership of the Senate, the population the Stato penitentiaries would be increased materially. IN keeping Suspenders, DRESS SHIRTS, ' . the year, the may's COLLECTION agency. The same every day in 25c to $2 pair. "HARRIS" is the best. WOODSON MAY, Mgr.. Somerset, - - - Kentucky. Union county, made charges in a speech be n League convention fore the at Frankfort that four members of the Kentucky Senate had sold out to tho whisky interests for $20,000. Ho declined to disclose the names of the HOFE springs eternal in the human members. Certainly he did not mean breast. There is a chanco even for the to even intimate that any of the demoUnited State3 Senate to become demo- cratic Senators would do such a naugh cratic. The terms of 24 republicans ty thing. and only six democrats expire in 1911. A DisrATCU says that President Taft Harpers Weekly aaserts that "the reparty is already busted. It and a niece of Senator Depew attended publican in Washington and "floated about hasn't a majority in the House and a ball probably in the Senate. It cannot en- the room to the entrancing strains of act the Taft measures. Its fighting el tho Merry Widow waltz." The idea of floating! The young lady Both want a ements are irreconcilable. Smiling Dill to sco the democrats carry the next may have done so, but lot of governors. could only float in the deep waters of House and elect a Each proposes to really nominate its own candidate for President. This is The treasury of the official. Democrats, get wise and get League is said to be almost depleted Anti-Saloomid-oceaAnti-Salo- Senator J. J. Watkins, of OUR ARE OPENED UP AND READY FOR YOU TO LOOK AT, ALL 1 BUGGIES New Stock, Nothing Carried over from Last Year. 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. NECKTIES. If you Did not See our necktie "Window last Week it was Your Misfortune, But it is not too late, come inside and set them. v O V, W. H. HICCINS, H. J. McROBERTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. but there is yet an abundance of fight League The Interstate Commerce Commis- in the members of the the rumand they saloon sion has lust rcDorted for the months will never let up until on the is made to go. of July, August and September list of casualties. It shows that SoZ Statistics are said to show that only persons were killed and 19,241 injured, one manslayer in 74 is convicted in this injured than country. Alas, it is true that the huor 118 killed and 2,696 more the preceding three months. A great man blood is the cheapest thing a man many of tho accidents might be avoid- can shed. ed, lives saved and damages reduced. In Dr. Fred A. Cook, who didn't disaddition to the large sum paid for those killed and wounded the damage to rail cover the North Polo, is said to be in ways, cars and equipment by the col- Dermuda. Good place for him, and lisions and derailments were 2,316,014. there let him stay. A BILL is before Congress to frank everything that Teddy writes and sends through the mails 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 ho will take an ell, and the first thing you know ho will be ending the carcass of some of the hitherto unknown. animals that he has murdered by the' post busy." Stanford, Kentucky. J I JWS O. L. Penny l. II. Collcjr E. U. Coleman WP Stop, Look, Listen, m m n vkw uum iw Pfl.iitw iutjuirtv tViUMW pmh NEWS NOTES. Martin Allen, an Inez barber, is using a razor which is 125 years old. Mrs John Kane is dead at her home in Nicholas county s a result of burns. Charles Tibbs was given a life sentence for killing Charles Haynes in Bell county. Mrs. Lizzie Feldman, of Evansville, attempted suicide for tho seventh time and failed. L. L. SANDERS: Crab Orchard, Ry i Will niako hens lay, cure thcra ol (lircaoo and keep them in good thrifty condition. Tho increase in the number of eggs laid, will more tbnu tuty for the mall expenm oi fctding. It is cold nt Penuy'n Drug Store. offering tho best Six Ring All Leather Halter FOR ONLY 2oc ever made. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. brightest member and its best scholar. u city By the will of Ambrose Grinter, a Kansas City hermit, Mrs. Elizabeth residence, and place youreelf in a position to get the latest market quotations Ewinir, of Lawrence burg, will receive at anv time. Ibis can bo accomplished by means ot our telephono service, $10,000. which you and your neighbors can yet for a sum that U small compared with Mrs Jack Hinton, aged 60, was found tho benefits received. Call or address our nearest oflico or writo direct to dead in bed in her home in Hardin county. Heart trouble is believed to headquarters, Nnshville, Tenn., for iuformationregarding our special "FarI II mers' Lino" rate. If you aro not nt present enjoying telephono service, we have caused her death. Georrre N Middleton, a retired drug can immediately interest you. Our Hues cover tho States of Kentucky, V m sssssssssVassssssssssfssssssssBsssssssssssfsssssssssW gist and large holder of real estato in Tennessee, Mississippi, Iuisiaua and the Southern portion of Indiana and h sWssfsissBiiBIJPsWsstsaPP SiBBBSBBBBtf BSaaBBSBaBaaBaBaS Shelby county, Is dead, lie had been Illinois. EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CQ. ill health sovera! months. in (iNrOIIPOIIATKD) The New Tork World once spoko of Kev. Wallace M. Stuckey was denied a new trial atOttwa, Kas.,and sentenKentucky as tho "synonym of mint ced to from one to five years' imprison JL and now comes a suffragette and ment, tie was round guilty or abduco Kor house, cnrrlngo nml dull pnlntlnit calls it "a Bcandal of illiteracy." The tion. iHHtr linnKlnic ulto bungy trlmiuliiK "dark and bloody ground" suffers maThe liabilities of Fisk & Robinson, of all klmUsuch ns tops recovunil curtuliu Peuler In and Manufacturer of,' and hoota miula HtopoviT AlUrldifu'n black ny sins of commission and omission, the big bond house which failed in New iiilth aliop Went Main Ht Hlunloril Ky were estimated at I'lioneNo.SJJ,. but we hopo she is not entitled to either York, of $7,000,000. the $12,000,000 infigures uiven Mnrblo and Cranito Monustead J J. 1IKI.DKN. of theae descriptions. originally. ments, One four A COMMITTEE of lawyers in Now others man was killed outricht andJack seriously injured in South York, has reported to tho Legislature sonville, f la., when a train Irom St. Markers and Posts, Ometerr and ltwn Vine and Hotteen. Oillco iiuU uorks. Mo A No, farm of IU acres. Homo hug four in favor of abolishing tho plea of insan- Auaustine crashed into the rear-enof JUunojr, Kjr. rooms nml u good cUtcrn. Tliere It u suod I ity in murder cases. That will be the another train. kuruaiut ulmiiilunce of mock witter. Tills land ! ulout tiulf. Vlriiln toll, adapted to Seven men were killed when a motor end of it. The insanity plea is almost raiting itmas.uiiy, corn, wlit-nt-, aula, tifinp und lolmci'o.nnu Jaull In grata oxcopt about as good for murderers as the stereotyp- car on the private railroad of tho Ray III acres and la on tlix pike iivurKoodaolioola, Uopper uo, at rnoenix, Ariz , was ed testimony that tho victim reached blown up by dynamite between tho mine cliurcues and dupot, und luiaa good orchard nndoutliouaea. R. U. MAHONEV, Pre. his hand behind him as if to draw a pis- and Kelvin station. J. T. WHITE, Sec'y. W. 8. FISH, Trcu. Lock llox 181, Htanford, Kentucky, tol. The jury in tho case of Mrs. Jeanette Stewart-Ford- , charged with blackmailChicago is to vote on prohibition in ing Charles L. Warrener, on trial at EXECUTOR'S SALE OF LAND. April, but we fear that the millcnium Cincinnati, after being out 21 hours, A Kxvcutorof MoiirooUurtls, ilecd. I will will come and go before tho citizens of failed to reach a verdict and was distliu UlKbeat lilddur null nt public oulcr)-tcharged. iMforu tho door Iu HtuuloiU, that wicked city will agree to give up j James and Leonard Hicks, brothers. Ky.,ut aliout (oVIiH'k mi toddies. Stranger things have' of Worcester, Mass., were instantly their MONIIAY. MARCH II, 1B10, county court dur, lua lutv homo on tho happened, though, than that she should killed and Hollo Janes, a livery driver, lmnvlllo pike, l'roporty la uluut threo go dry, and wo will not be surprised in of Muncio, Ind., was fatally injured inllea from Hliinford nml la bounded by tlio when tho canago was struck by a lands of Mr a. Muttlu Whltu, J. II. Hilton any event, nml tb Dunvlllo plku, Lies oppo.lto tho Southwestern Limited train on tho Dig contains by tlio deiil furniofT. A Viirinii. limitt nml Inta fur rent, mi In nrAYnlmnrm Four. j Pana ,1. ....,. ,.U;L- W Heron, rood und 10 polea or lund. llua on 1 AN official weather observer at Pitts-outbuild-Inifann- d ItucottuKv, burn and Senator Hubble has introduced the sales or in realty of all kinds. Call on or fluu aprluu Nlco lioui. convenburg, Pa , says tha,t the ground hog hqs fallowing bills; An act muklng it un- -' iently locutiil nml fertllo land, Halo will bo writo usntSTANFOUI), KY. missed hitting tho weather threo years lawful to pledge or sell any future salcar- ' mudoDu credit of S mouths, with Interval ut perwiut. from day of alu. 1'urahuaur will Tho spell seems to havo J ary by any State, county or city offin succession. do wiuirvu loaxvcuiu note huh approved icer; an act authorizing transportation iwraoiml aoourlty nud u Hull will bo lotuliul up-to-d- ate been broken, though, as every day since companies to sell unclaimed articles in e un tlio land, l'urcaaaer shall have tho has been worse COdtys after arriving at destination of puylnK cash, l'osaeaalon will bo he saw his shadow last given upon compliance with tonus of sale. of than the other. and to sell perishable goods sooner. 1', M. UoUUUBUTH, Kx'r. Monroe Ourtls. During Mr. Roosnvelt's two terms as president more than 200,000 names were added to the government pay rolls, and a large number has been added under Taft in his year's encumbency. Should the postal bank project succeed it will add still 60,000 more office hold-or- e and at tho rato of increase we may all Boon hold office with big salaries and no work. ju-lip- "Bob" Taft, the President's son, has been voted by the senior class as Yale's KURAL your homo as modern (or your family ai TELEPHONES. Mnko MR. FARMER: American Wire Fence. T 33 ISBBBBBBBBB lljBBBBBBBBBBS' BBBBBBBBBBB BBSBiBBBBal 'CCB3aBBBBBjaM1'gSB Harry Jacobs, J. BELDEN, rieco-rntlv- LBBMB'BIWjslsBHBBWiBBBBaBjBWMBBi ' lv ajT FARMFORSALE! 1 mSBBBSSSSSSSSSSSSBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS d ssMHHMBHSaMBnaaHHMHMHHHHMa Dinwiddie GEORGE H. FARRIS; Stanford. ' & Co, courl-lious- ii Hustonville, Ky., The Citizens Realty and Title Co Undertakers and Embalmers. We 1 m v 1 ry an goods. line prlv-lieg- Promptness and Reasonable Commissions Our Specialty. 'Phone 200. - m.mikmjm iyi ' -- 3 You Can Buy Any ',v Cloak in our IIoucc at Just Last Call on Cloaks. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Btahfomi, . il One Half Price. WE MAKE S PREVIOUS TO THIS EXTRAORDINARY INVOICING OFFER BARGAIN HUNTERS DONT LET THIS GET BY YOU. A 6c SON, STANFORD KY. t Wo Kv., - Fkh. 11, 11)10 town. and celery go to J, D. Horton's restnu make the nveraco jury give him any Needles, Dobbins nm! Shuttles for amount he would ask. all sewing machines at Penny's DruR I HAVE for sale as agent, several rant. Store. Mil W. 15. Lackey, formerly of Stan shares of stock in tho iltistonville NaDogs killed four and maimed three of the Misstional Hank. E. C. Walton. fino sheep for Jesse C. Lynn Wcdncs- - ford bu now PERSONALS. issippi Valley Trust Co., ono of tho bigday night. gest banking concerns in St. Louis, beFor Sale. Lot of locust posts. AssKssoR John C Peiti.es is con Everything thnts new, good and deeirablc in belts, bags, Iinir hoves in keening his subscription to the Will cut to order. J. M. Ware, Stanvalcscin. For SALE. Extra good threo year-ol- d I. J. naid. (lis data is now Sept.. '11, ornament, jewelry etc. Kn McKkciinik has Rono to Port- - ford, II. F. D. No. 1. Tclephono No. mule, blind. Apply to S. J. Embry, but a check just received will pay him Elastic belts variously trimmed nnd combined with leather land, Oregon, prospecting. to Sept., 1914. Jr., Stanford, Ky. j arc the favorite. New bags in tho largo nnd medium sizes, TilK condition of Mr. Gcortfo II. Mr II. M. Ballou, son of RALLOU with strapped handles, black leads in color with brown, tans The Louisville Times of Monday conSnullcy, while somewhat Improvod, Is We havo farms in Hardin county in Rev. Joseph Hallou, of this place, died still very critical. and greys quite strong. Turhnns nnd Turban pins arc tlic tained a fino picture and Interesting tracts to 900 acres, and prices at his home in Lancaster after a linger Mil. W. J. Mason hns sold his farm write-uof Hon. W. H. Shanks, Lin- from $300 to $11,000. Theso lands things for the head dress. Wo havo a largo assortment of o Ing illness of tuberculosis. He had near WaynesburR and will likely locato coln county's model Representative coronet hair pins nlso coronet braid, buckles and barrcttcs, wo Stanford been encoded in tho crocery business fine Hurley tobacco. in Morion county. at Lancaster and was a successful bus- are also showing an immense line of new collar nnd belt pins. Mhs. Adeua Woods and daughter. For sale at a bargain. 190 acres of Real Estnto Co. inons mnn. Deceased was about 45 Our line of novelties in neck wear for this season is better than Miss Minnio Wood, are visiting rela-tiv- land on good turnpike, two miles from Sold Out. I have sold my stock of years of ago and is survived by his ever, it ir necessary for you to bco the line in order to appreut Paint l.lck. Will sell as a wholo or cut groceries and insist on all who owe mo wifo and two children. He was a clevStanford. ciate the values we have hi stock. er gentleman a good citizen and an Mr. J. A. Allen attended tho contention of the retail lumber dealers in in two, if sold at once. Tho Citizens an account to please call and settle so honest man. Ills legion of friends in I can straighten up my business at this county sorrow at his taking awny Realty Co., J. T. Whito, Sec'y. Louisville last week. and deeply sympathize with hia wife, once. Respectfully. J. M. Phillips. Mesdamer U. H. SAuraoN and Chan. "CUM to tho Povertyo Soshule," givchildren, aged parents and brothers Semonrf, of Mercer, have bcn guests en at Mrs. J. F. Holdam's on Monday Have your pictures framed. All work and sisters. Mr. Hallou had been a de- of Mrs. T. U. Ncwland. the Christian church Mersiis. Hen McUuire and J II, night, Feb. It, for tho benefit of tho guaranteed neat and well finished. Do tout member of and was prepared to for many years Fisher, of LcxinRton, havo been visit- Crab Orchard Uaptist church. Admis- not forget tho counter; somt meet his Maker. ing Miss Elizabeth Lutes. great bargains on it. Our line of Spring sion 5c. Refreshments served free. Mr. W. II. Camp, or Pensacola, Fla.. and Thomas Relatives of Samuel samples of suits and overcoats is here. has been hero under treatment of Dr. farm three miles from Stan Let us make your clothes and save you Wheat, recently sent to the penitenJ. G. Carpenter for throat trouble. tiary for the murder of Rolla Davis at ford on good piko and in splendid com STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Perryvillc, ore seeking a pardon for Mrs. J. h Stohmes, of Lancaster, munlty. In high atato of cultivation; money. Adams uros., nustonvuie. took Wednesday's train at this place them. framo dwelling, now farm about seven miles from for Clearwater, Fla., to remain some has a barn and all necessary outbuildings. Stanford. Land all cleared and in good time. cottage, Will state of cultivation; A COTE little daughter has arrived at Pisco well watered and fenced. the home of Mr. and Mrs. It. M. New. sell at right figure. Stanford Real Es- barn, double crib, etc. Right on pike, nfTpr mv kprvlce to tho Iieolile of I.ln land to bless tho union of that happy tate Co. close to good school house and church coin county mnn auctioneer. HntUfnrtlon couplo. guaranteed. II. W. MeWHOIlTKll, Well watered and in good community. Moreinnit, Ky., II. K. I). No. I ! Tin: many Danville friends of AttorSmith & Johnson's Minstrels gave and fenced. Prico $2,0C0. Stanford Residence Turnerst Hie. ney George li. Saufley, of Stanford, two rather creditabto performances at Real Estato Co. will regret to learn that ho Is dangerTOBACCO FARM FOR RENT! ously ill of an attack of typhoid fever, the Theatorium Tuesday and Wednescompany is mado Tile firm of Pence & Tribble, furniday ovnings. Tho Advocate. I desire to rent out for the present year a disMrs. lizam:tii Higcinh, Mrs. J. H. up of Stanford Negroes and with train- ture dealers and undertakers, has mull tobacco farm of Id ncre near Urove, McAlistcrand Mr W. W. Hays nro ull ing they could givo a splendid perform- solved, Mr. Alfred Pence retiring Caiey rouutv. flood dwelling nnil barn. or thought to be Improving. Miss I'eachie ance. Tho dancing is the featuro act Judge W. A. Tribble will conduct the Write Ky..ntdy to II. O. II. Foley, Wuyues-burIt. F. 1). No. i. llaughman'a condition is not yet alarmis very low. of the show and tho singing is reasona- business at tho old stand. Mr. Penco ing. Little Mary llurkn Is undecided as to his future business bly good. Ed Green continues very ill. but wo hopo he does not contemplate THERE nro two things that demand leaving Oover Hotel, nt Crab Orchard, nlin storo-rooLOCALS. tho best town on tho map. Just aeVois street, with nototllc adtho immediate attention of our people joining and n cottage, or oltlce of three Look at W. II. Iligglns' pony rigs. typitcher of the rooms. All neceoury outbuildings. Howard Camnitz, and tho first is tho eradication of M1W. OIMITIH (lOVKIt. Pittsburg baseball 1909 championship Crab Orchard, Ky. For field seeds call on T. D. New-lan- phoid fever, which has gotten a danger- Club, left y for the East, expressTho other is the ous foothold here. with the con routing of blind tiger operators. The ing himself as dissatisfied of Northern White seed oats at J. II. latter can bo done without great trou- tract handed him for his signature yes Uaughman & Co'. will keep their eyes terday binding him to the Pittsburg ble If tho officers AND A LARGE STOCK OF COLLARS 1910 season. "Unless as other peoplo as Roller Skates at $1 per pair. Call open and eeomokewelllong pull, a strong Club for tho me more money 1 shall I desire to tell privately my ,tock of busiDreyfus grants u Doing a good can Lot's Hardware. on Claiborne Walton. v HAMKS. CHAINS. ETC. pull and all pull together to rid thu not play," said Camnitz as he boarded ness. Will invoice about ftnu. ltensou 111 health. Fish, oysters, celery, cranberries town of both of theso dangerous nui his train. Pittsburg, Pa., dispatch to UHO. n. HOHPKIt.Htanford;Ky. Louisville Times. Saturday. Geo. II. Farris. sances. ii Notice To Claimants! Piano ior Sale. Square variety. Caiiuell. Miss Alico Cubbell, nmost Killing in East End. Near Crab Orchard Wednesday morning, William Those having claim, against the estate of Will sell cheap. Apply at this office lady, died at her homo in excellent V I.lnlblcuin will present thorn n Wednesday morning, after a Montgomery, son of tho Into Andrew the late J.verified Get Northcott'a prices on all kinds of brief illness of pneumonia. Tho burial Whitley Montgomery, killed Will Steph proiM'rlyestate will to inu nt once. Those please settle Immediately. Ky. tho K. M. WAHK, produce, scrap iron and rubber, StanMcKlnney, Ky. took place in the Hustonvlllo cemetery ens, known to his friends as "Short- ford, Ky. yesterday afternoon, after services by nlng Bread" Stephens, with a shotgun. Cockerels For Salel Three suites of rooms in the Odd her pastor, Rov. W. S. Willis. Miss Thu men wcro indulging in hot words Fellows' building for rent. Apply to Cabbell was a devout member of the over Stephens taking a skunk out of a Ed Wilkinson. Christian church and very popular with trap owned by Montgomery. Thoy were I will havo pure bred cookerels of differon opposite sides of a tall wire fence ent strain, on the Htreeta of Htanford anil TRY some pure Cannot coal. Tho coal all classes. Sho is survived by two Ijtncasler for sale county court day In Montgomery claims thut when February. MKS. W. P. WHITE. that lasts. Dcnham's Coal Yards, Stan- sisters, Mesdamas W. D. Stagg, of and Htanford, Ky. Hustonvlllo. and George Uradley, of Stephens handed him tho skunk ho at K.Kalrlew Poultry Yard I). No. 4. K. ford and Itowland. Lexington, and ono brother, Mr. Will tho same time caught hold of his gun Monday next Is county court day. Cabbell, of Lebanon. and attempted to pull it through the Pleaso como to town prepared to pay fence. Tho woapon was discharged Don't let 1010 pn?8 without having hot and cold writer through joor Urown's Comedy Co. was to have and tho load entered Stephens' breast, your indebtedness at this oilier. My farmof 57ncresof Bood land, well lm- - house with it beautiful white begun a threo nights' engagement nt killing him instantly. Thero wero no Get scats early for East Lynno at Walton's Opera House last night and witnesses to tho killing. The dead man It Is located seven miles from Htanford In Thoy Walton's Opera House the prospects for a big crowd at tho was about 40 years old and leaves a the Mnynood aectlon. House has rooms. Mont- New barn and other necessary outbuildings. wife and a number otehildrcn. will bo there from tho lead mines. initial performanco was good. "Undo gomery was uccompunied to Stanford A lmrg.Hl If sold at once., UVIN(WT0K m It. K. I). No. 1. Htanford, Ky, for rent. Suita-bi- o Josh" was tho bill for Inst night and bv Marshal James Jones, of Crab Or Small storo-roofor photograph gallery. Will rent tho beautiful play, East Lynno, will bo chard, who was appointed guard for Havo W. K. WARNER to iuMall your country water works witi In this Miss Honnie him by Judgo liuiley. tho trial is set given cheap. 11. C. Anderson, Stanford. Saturday. rcaeonnhle prices and guarantee. Eda Mayno takes tho rolo of Lady Isu- - for For Rent. -- Two acres of tobacco bollo and Madam Vino, whilo the other Zan Dudderar Killed Our peo Now Livorv We aho carry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS; Roofing and ground without barn room. John C. parts aro taken by capable actors and ple were saddened Tuesday when tho Roofing Paints. Goocn, at Kennedy's Mill, Stanford. Dopot Street, Manager Urown plays tho news came that actresses. Popular Zan Dudderar, engineer on the SouthArchibald Carlylo. rolo Phono 90, Call and see us. Kino Hotel at Crab Orchard for sale prices of prevail throughout tho en ern Railway, had been killed in a wreck will Waddy, Shelby county. His at u bargain. Will givo easy payments. cuecment. A school matineo will bo nearInto a switch that had been train left ran IV. Citlrens Ileulty Co., J. T. White, Secwas STANFORD. KENTUCKY. open and his engine ' given ut 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon crushed to death. overturning, heFred retary. His fireman, . . Prices 10c for school children; 20c for Thomdule, and tho express messenger, Old Process Oil meal $2 25 per 100 all others. It. H. Thomas, were both badly injurOwl brand cotton pounds; ed. The remains of Mr, Dudderar were IlOYl.F. county peoplo will hold a meot IlaughFurniture aud Undertaking. brought to tho homo of his parents, seed meal, $30 per ton. J. II. L. R. HUG IIES.8. &.T W. L. M'CARTY.Fres. Ii O. WALTON, in Danvilla to Col. and Mrs W. H. Dudderar, at Rowing In tho court-hous- e man & Co. and Thursday morning; after Day Phono 28. night to express themselves on tho land, A Louisville man was fined $G0 for courso of Senator R. L. Hubblo on the services by Rev. D. M. Walker at 10 Night Phono 133. o'clock at the homo, they were laid boating his mule. Some of our people County Unit bill. While Senator Hubblo awuy in HufTalo Cemetery Ho is surwho tako their spito out on dumb brutes made no promises on the extension of vived by his wlfo and five children. Stanford, UontucKy. should faro similarly family resides the bill that we know of, he well knows The excoptionully in Louisvillo and was happy ono. Great Those indebted to the cstato of Dr. that tho majority of the people ho rep an sympathy is folt for them, as well as The Great Texas Panhandle. L. H. Cook must sottlo at onco or I will resents favor tho passage of it. Sena for tho aged parents, brothers and sisall wealth. Tb Hloli lmul ll tlio Stanford, HontucHy. bo compelled to collect tho accounts by tor Hubblo told us on ono occasion that ters. May Ho Who docth all things safest liiwitiuvut Ui.lsofthe surest money und well comfort them in their dark hour. still maker, Is rich farming land. Qod law. Mrs. L. H. Cook, admx. L. U. he would novor vote to repeal tho luw ll Is not Iii its mention of the wreck tho Cou- resting on the 'seveiilTi day Cook. on tho whisky question as it now stands. rier Journal of Wednesday savs in part: making Htiy more land. Tho Twins titvol land for Is thu last of thu broken faith with us and "The heroism of Alexander Dudderar, Dan Hester has torn down his storo-roo- Ho has never settlement In this country, fortunes Mill and dwelling at Kings Mountain until ho does wo will ralsu no "bally engineer on the Southern railway train bo inadti oulhe udvunwi lu prloo on thusu open switch at Wad- land goIn thonext few years, Homu seekersr Farms nnd Town Prpperty Handled on Qoniinkjujii. Stocks, and Rooib an and will replace it with a good build- hoo" agnlnst him, However, wo ore which ran intomorning, no further when they seu It, Hwlih-esaved tho lives will county Uthe garden spot aud "prtdu ,,f ing. He will probably open a hotel in sorry that ho has taken the course ho dy yesterday Sold. If you Havo Property to.Sell or Reut Notify Ud. The best watered aud the richpasengers. In speaking of Mr. thenlalus." clearing or gruliblug, no floods of his connection with his restaurant. has, and feel yet thut he may mako Dudderar's tragic death, the railroad est land, no High altitude, detimuful ell. Write for Circular to or cyclone,. declared vii wheal country. Messrs. J. M. McCarty and J W. reparation by voting as u member of olllclaU much for last night: 'You can't mste. A pratonr wheal und puts atKlrt tho him as a railroad man. prue awarded to soil cream of the Rellgluo and Morals committee to sny too Acey took out liconso Oorn Kiposltlon ut Ouiuhu, hops, each paying 200 to the city treas- givo tho Representatives and Senators He has been with the Southern for 20 NationalFor free Illustrated booklet, address years or more, and be was considered JAMKBFHYK.Hs.o.TULlAUomiiiu- They also took out license to run urer. express themselves on tho oae of the best engineers and finest CIAkULUB. pool tables, the former three and the a chance to TulU.Bwilbtf Oounty TvittS. mea lathe service.'" Important measure. fatter two. 7-e p pro-(Ijc- sti offer you our At Cost.-Portland cement nt J. II. For Sale. Jersey cow, fresh now. stock of winter goods at cost duringJ. Emory, Jr, Stanford, ilaughman Co'e. tho month of February. Sam Robin, For farming implements, fancy field son. Mr. John A. Allen should suo tho Pure Cnnnel block coal nt Dcnham's seeds etc., sea W. H. lliggins. T.niil.uilln Timpn for hie ilnmnirea. Tho yards at 18e per bushel delivered In you nro looking for fresh oysters picture that paper printed of him would If Apply to S. Ky. i L. R. Unfiles T. W. Humble W. O. Mnrtin Novelties, Etc. SI HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, two-stor- six-roo- Auctioneer! T Farmers' Attention Remember we carry the Hishest grade of FIELD SEEDS. g, FORSALE! d. to-da- Stock for Sale. Merchandise The Genuine Oliver Plows4 W. m m E PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Hus-tonvil- ow-in- Tinning, Plumbing, Heatiqg. FARM FOR SALE! 1 Porcelain Bath Outfit. K. WARNER, V-Pr- B. D. CARTER, d W. A. TRIBBLE. Stanford, Ky. !; 4 t m 1 i Stanford Real Estate Co., 1 rl-- prf i w L. R HUGHES. Secretary, Stanford. Ky. T- - WV VL. , !. r ol 9 o'clock A. M.snd 4 o'clock P. M, In MATTERS. Irani ol the e door in Stanford, Ky., meeting nf tho kII al public outcry lo the highest and congregational hot bidhas been called for Bourbon. Presbyterian church next Sunday. A full attendance is de der lor caih In hand, die following lists, or so Flty Pot- - Ofie at Stanford at Moss, Rood owes for tale. W. E. sired. MntfTtil in t much a. will pay lairs, coU and penalty. Lancaster. m9ndiau mailer. Thero have been 118 additions to tho A. (art si payment, are made die name, will Mario N., 2:08J. trotter, will be sont colored Baptist church since tho first of ditappear. to Europe to raco. The amount art oppoiite each name includes J. R Itector, of Knoxville, bought January, making tho total momoeranip 900, Advocate. six mules at London at $135 to $180. 6 per crnl. penally and cort ol adrrrtiiing. No.tl.Honth.lltMP.M. Rev. Gcorgo W. Lee, for 31 years For Sale 30 ewes, Rood ones. pastor of one of the largest Negro con- No. , HoUtll, 10lS A K. Stanford White. Do, 11, North. 4:40 a. M. Nunncllcy's Stock Yards, Stanford. negations In the United States, is dead Bright. J. W. 140 acres 74 34 Nti.H, North. 6:l P. M. M. Lexington dispatch says that orbs f n Washington. A Nn.J7,W:A. Ho was a member of Carpenter Sirteri lown lot 22 75 No.H.fiWr.M. have dropped from 65 to 30c per dozen the National Baptist convention and Collini, Mn Bettie 40 screi I CO there. was recently appointed n delegate to JOS. 8. RICE, 'Agent. 3 00 For Salk. 10 bushels Dluo Grass mo economical tjonicrcnco at tain-bur- Dawes, C L 25 acre. I Isily, Jack seed in chaff. Price $1.16 bushel. W. Scotland. 3 75 seres M. Bright. Tho Laymen's Missionary Convention Manuel. Thoma. 5 sere. 1908-- 9 6 45 For Sale Nice lot of extra pood in Louisvillo Feb. 1, 2 and 3, was large- Syesrt, John snd Dan N R I sere I 60 orchard grass and bluo grass seed. Ja?. ly attended and the addresses wero of Wheal, Mr. Maggie 65 acres ,16 15 Surgoon Dontlst, high order. At the banquet nt, tho Shelby, Junction City, Ky. a D. Yate. Wm hrs 50 seres I 60 C25 sat down, and three noflno Gait Son have put J D. KENTUCKY. stallion, Eads &Joe, in tho handstheirMatt table House STANFORD. Stanford Colored. nddressci were delivered. This Black of was tho first session. J. Campbell Abbs. Ceo 2 ucres Cohen, of Lexington, for handling. 3 25 Oftoe otor McRoberta' Drug Btoro in move White, Senator It. L. Hubblo's good horse, ment, isgeneral secretary of tho power. Bright. Tote 8 sere. 60 a man of remarkable Owsley Buildinp. the T. M. Qreen, added another good race He 3 20 has spent 10 years In India as a mis Carson. W A I sere to nis credit at Jacksonville Monday. sionary and another 10 in awakening Givens, Nste NR lfj acre. . 2 20 d mules. interest in missions in the homo land. Hayes, Will For Sale. 25 MASON'S 6 50 acre All broken and in good working order. During tho three days addresses were 3 75 Call on or phone Logan Hubble, Lan- delivered by distinguished missionaries Jackman, J S houie and lot caster R. F. D. No. 1. 3 20 from nearly all the mission fields of the Lackey, Broaddui 2 acres ImlReKo.M V.A A.M. will meet J. D Eads sold to J. II. Daughman world and a profound impression was Lackey, Will I acre 3 75 f stated coininunlcntlon on ench tlr.t nnjl tklrd Monday nlRlila of rnch lnontU.Bt 7M0 & Co 200 barrels of corn at $3 60, to made on all present of the crying needs Lillard. Edmond house and lot 6 70 . on tnnln Vlock In their hall J. A Walden. of Boyle, a pair of mules of the heathen nnd the duty nf the pco-pl- o Logan, Manah 5 acre. I 60 Kir. Mpmbrn of .Inter lotlRei fro for $280 and to W. O Walker three of christian lands to supply that . Invited to be present. T. 3 20 aged brood mares for $225. need. The ability of tho christian Lytle. Bob 2 acre. Heo. wrt 4 25 Auctioneer W. P. Prewitt writes: churches to evangelize tho heathen Miller, Ceo Jr home and lot world in At Richmond Monday plug horses Pall and Winter. Stock at $16 to $90. Dlutr mules $30 to sold strongly the present generation was Penman. John acre, credit 3.10. bal 3 95 emphasized, Tho object of Simpson, Millie $70. I 60 acre n tailor of ex- pairs of mules $240 to $460, 1.100 to the movement is to nwaken tho laymen JUse your measure taken-b7 75 perience. Then your clothes, whettiern low pound cattle's to Gjc, 250 to 300- - of the christian world to greater activ- Simpson, Eliss 33 acre. price bu.lneds .uil or tne nuem ctuuiuk pound hogs to 7 ity in this work. Tho movement be- Wilficti, Patty Rout house and lot 60 to 8c. lothet, will have that Individuality and fit which plainly Indicnto they were made to Crab Orchard -- White. Chas. T. Worthington has sold his gan threo years ago as a result of the I will nl.o take, your mens. jsnir mea.ure. Centennial of the Hay Stack prayer Barnes, Wm 2 acre. 2 75 r for eitrn trousers, fancy seat., top farm of 411 acres near Danville to A. meeting at orcrcont.. Fall m.Ii anl hand ready for yourand Winter II. Variant, of Harrodsburg, at $75. collects and Williams' College, Mass. It Bobbitt, F F59 acre. 9 90 Inspection. Dr. J. B, Robards has purchased 211 disburses no funds except ample, on 2 20 its incidental expenses. It only excites Delaner, Eliza 45 acres H. O. RUI'LK V, The Tailor, BtanfordKy. acres of the Gen. John B. Castleman the churches to greater efforts. The Denny, A Cj24 sere. 3 20 farm at Shakertown for $14,000. movement has spread to Great Britain, Hopper, Bill 41 acre. 3 20 A Hundred Acre FOR SALE! J I farm Onegood pike. and Fiftyhouses. Germany, nud Australia and promises Kelscy. Lute. N R 87 acref CUT.FLOWEBS on Has two 6 85 to girdle the globe. Through its inLand fluence hundreds of men have conse- Turner, Mr. Walter 73 acte. 1 ran furnish the public with the best, n. In 2 miles of railway station. 6 25 tlowori, veil a. the freshest of cut Cower., plants of produces good tobacco. Look at it and crated all their income above a bare on abort you will buy II kind., bulb., potted it Price only $2,500. living to this great work, and hundreds Blanford, Crab4 Orchard Coloted. jrotlce. Alto iiinko a . .eclaltyot wreaths I 60 Julia acre. Stanford Real Estate Co. lor for funeral purpoM-aof churches have been led to double In connection with tho above, I have nil acre 2 95 For Sale Four good bows, fine their contributions to missions. The Humbsr. Robt Kind, of vegetables on hand at reasonable 2 40 stock, one sow and pigs and some shoaU. last day of tho Louisville meeting coun I lumber, EfTie I acre "" 9rtc. OIIUIHTMAXOIlKKNlIOUHEr). Sows will average 150 pounds, shoats sels wero held by representatives of Nile., Georgia acre 2 20 - . Ji, r Kb llUHIIAHD, l'KOB. mauford, Ky. 60 pounds. Residence threo miles West an tno Protestant entireties or Louis- Slaughter, Manic I 35 acre of Kings Mountain on tho new pike. ville and these churches nledscd to I 95 acres W. C. Patrick, Waynesburg, Ky , It. doublo their contributions this year. Smith. JHNR I tasurts Tobacco and Tobacco F. D. No. 4 3 25 The 44,000 communicants of the city Sutton. Wm 4 1.2 acre. Wavnesburg White. The Kentucky Racing Commission contributed J33.U0U last year; this year Barns." they propose to give $66,000. The lo- August. A J N R 134 acre. granted dates for the coming season 4 50 Nothing But Insurance. 1 Tuesday Lexington is given from April cal committee which had tho meeting B.ugh, Silas 32 acres 3 00 30 to May 7. The Kentucky Derby will in charge, hold over and will seek to all over the Dunn, S M N R 100 acres 4 50 be run May 10, and the Louisville meet-in- g extend tho movement J. J. D. Bryant, Mollie 3 acres will continue until June 4. Latonia State. 3 95 The Insurance Man, will open June 6 and close July 9. . Byrd. Joe acres 4 85 Here and There. STANFORD, KY. 's I will sell at public auction at Carrier, J L house and lot 3 70 W. Residence Phone M; Office, stock pens at 11 o'clock Mon2 30 Tho People's Bank & Trust Co., of Clark. Thoma. N R 50 acres Insure vith me and be fully day morning, February 14, 1910, court Shelbyville, paid $12,550 for a half in- CUunch. Libertus 40 acto 7 15 protected. in Hotel Armstrong in that city. Denny. W L 30 acres day, 12 mules and eight terest 3 75 The firm of J. J. & J. E. Maddox, Estes, John his 25 acres or nine Jersey 2 75 heifers, which will calve in the spring. one of the largest wholesale grocery es- Falk. L G N R acre. 4 50 tablishments in Atlanta, has assigned. Remember the place, date and hour. 4 65 Emile Cabrie, claiming to havo been Gattinesu, Ceo 5 acre. Also a Jersey bull. W. II. a former head chief of Czar Nicholas I, Gasuneau, J H 75 acre. 3 75 Rigney, Stanford of Russia, dropped dead on tho street Gooch. Cicero hr 37 acre. 2 75 JTW re In position to do all kinds of Bargain. 257 0 acre farm about at Hot Springs, Ark. auch ns Mock Work. Pavement, 3 50 Hat, WHNR 107 acre. sod. In fact, wo can make any thing from r five miles from town, on good pike, J Alexander Rosenjack, tho miner Montgomery, J W I acre .ad lot mom down to a fence post. We can serve 4 95 a the guarantee jv promptly- - and Call and get our prices mile from school, church and store. charged with theat responsibility for who Moore, D M 20 acres 4 85 Cherry. III., late disaster writ and material. material at leu.t. 100 acres fine tobacco land, Nine room disappeared shortly avfore you buy your 5 70 after the catastro- Noble. W CNR 16 acres brick residence, 240 barrel crib, shed phe, has been found in Cleveland, O. 92 acre. Parker. J CN-3 35 granary, silo, barns, etc. Fencing Homer C. Cope, an Indianapolis, Ind , Pitman. W R house and lot 5 00 good and place well watered. Nine bricklayer, shot and killed his mother-in-laI 95 Pliat. Docia 25 acres Mrs. Louise C. George, shot his Stanford, Ky. never-failinsprings, cement troughs, 3 35 wife in the head and then turned the Rod. Olhe N R 4 acre. etc. In a splendid neighborhood. Stan- weapon on himself, fulling dead at his Rcid. Etna I 60 acre. ford Real Estate Co. wife's feet. 3 75 Rod. W S3 acre. Bargain. 354 acres of good land, of Gen Wm. F. Draper, by his will, has Rice.WM 2 20 ANR20acr which 100 acres is bottom land, eight-roo- disinherited two children of his son, Rigney, Sam 26 acres 4 50 George Otis Draper, who live with their dwelling, two good stock barns, 3 00 mother, Mrs. Lily Duncan Draper, in Robinson, Wm 15 acres new tobacco barn, 36x96, ice house, Lexington. He bequeathed half of his Sims. D W 20 acres 4 95 buggy house, two corn cribs, etc., two estate to his widow, who was formerly Sims, Tipton 106 acres 5 10 good cisterns, the whole farm being Miss Susan Preston, of Lexington. The Sims. W C 20 acres 3 20 well watered, well fenced and lays estate is valued at $10,000,000. Sims, Hsyden 12 4 35 seres 200 well. Will sell as a whole or cut Smith, Mr. Eva 200 acre. 4 50 POLITICAL. acres with improvements, to suit purSpradhng. Cha. J N R 45 acre. 4 50 chaser, which includes 100 acres as fine Tho President has issued a proclama- Taylor. ED acres 3 85 tion in which it is declared that Gerbottom land as there is in the county. Trusty, Ceo I acre 3 20 AH kinds' of INSURANCE on all This is a bargain. See L. R. Hughes, man goods imported into the United I 35 States are entitled to the minimum Warren. E C N R 9 acres Stanford, Ky. Hilda of property. Only the largrates of duty. Waterloo. C W 40 acres 3 75 Republican politicians fear the out Wilcher. J B 198 acre. 5 50 est companies represented. The oration of Governor McCreary at come against high 3 25 the dedication of the monument to Gov prices of the crusade made Party lead- Wolrerton, G W N R 37 acre. Kates ad low as can be in the cost of living. ernor William Goebel was a very able ers in Congress favor an immediato in- Young. Sallie 34 acre. 3 25 had any where. anu eloquent auureaa. ino Benuoienis quiry into the cause of tho increased Hiutooville While. of it were expressed in excellent taste cost. Burkelt, 6 95 forcibly and Stanford, Ky., Phone 200. and he delivered itas chairman grace A Washington special says: Repre- Carson, JJohnN5 Racre. acre. 14 K 70 fully. His work of the Commission Monument can not be sentative Helm presented to Congress Compton, E D I acre 25 too highly commended. For ten years a protest from the citizens of Lancas Delf, Geo 7 acres 3 50 his time ter against the postal savings bank bill. he has generously given I 2 20 and attention towards making it a It is signed by the leading men of all Devers, Howard N R acre 3 75 Durham. B W 54 acres success and the result is a compli- trades in both parties. i In an effort to put an end to govern- Ellison, C W house and lot ment to him. At all times he showed 9 85 great patience and care, and the other ment extravagance and waste, Senator Everett, Frank 50 acres 4 85 imAldrich reported from the Committee .members of the commission relied 16 40 upon his judgment and discern- on Public Expenditures a bill providing Miracle. A B 100 acres plicitly 4 00 ment The friends of Governor Goebel for the appointment of a commission to Reynolds, M.rt Motlie 25 acre. owe him a debt of gratitude, not only make an investigation and suggest RuskII. G W 7 00 acre for his valuable services as chairman of needed reforms. Vaught, John house and lot 3 75 the commission, but also for his splenWaggoner, Thomas 50 inc. 4 is did tribute last Thursday to the life 3 75 Wilcher. J W 50 acres and character of the eminent statesman. State Journal. White, Robt N R 25 acre. 660 Hustonville Colored. UndertiKers and Embalm The jury in the famous boycott suit Armstrong, Frank house and lot 8 45 of D. E Loewe, of Danbury, vs 200 ra. Also Dealers in members of the hatters' union, returnland 3 45 BarneU. Henry They faed a verdict at Hartford, Conn., in I 60 Bright. Lucy N R I acre vor of the plaintiff for $74,000. This will exchange Furniture for I 60 Brown, Nathan N- R- acre. means $222,000 total, as the suit was 11 Kinds of Stock. Give Bruce, Robert house and lol and 3 acre. 6 10 brought under tho Sherman act, and I 60 under its provisions the damages allowThem a Call. Prices Right. Cloyd. Bcthe 2 acres ed are tripled. 4 95 Drye, Steve house and lot 4 00 Durham, Dan N R 3 acres Senator Ben Conger, of New York,J STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. who charged the republicon leader, J. 3 80 Gillupie, Green house and lot P. Allds, with accepting $1,000 for inHelm, James house and lot 3 25 fluencing legislation, produced a wit5 90 Mocker. Mack 3.4 acre as ness who testified that he handed Sen4 25 Jones, Henry I acre ator Allds an envelope containing the The Interior Journal. FARMER'S Corn Is selling DEPARTMENT. at $3.16 to $3 70 in CHURCH court-hoiu- A We Undersell Everybody, SN, TITCETHBLE Below Cost I ! A. S. PRICE, OFFISH MY KN'TIKK OF Clothing, Shoes, Ladies' and Gent's Furnishings. Cravanettes. 2U 00 MEET. stn-cct- three-year-ol- Cravanctten Btnn-fcir- 18 00 15 00 1.1 $12 W 11 ) 115 00 " 3-- 4 12 00 " 4ft 8 4A 7 03 Overcoats. 8'J0 OveroontH 18 1 15 12 GO 10 8 50 0 00 " " ' $10 00 0 Oft 7 7ft (1 98 0 4ft 5 7ft .'I 00 00 :! oo 2 50 l OS 15 2 08 2 28 1 79 Men's Suits of Best Make. S25 00 Men's Suits SI 22 50 20 00 18 00 15 00 13 50 12 50 10 00 !) 3-- 4 $10 08 -- it; 12 II 11 1H is Jessej.D. Wearen, Nun-nelley- 00 00 50 00 00 ft 48 7 Oft 7 48 4ft 5 48 A Oft 4 58 3 01 2 08 r high-grad- e Boy's Suits. Straight and Knickerbocker Pants. 8S 00 Hoy's SuiU 50 5 00 1 00 .1 00 2 50 2 00 i (J CONCRETING ilr.t-clas- - to r 4t 4 Oft 4 45 .1 18 2 7$ 2 21 1 1 4J 08 PHILLIPS BROS., Hats. $4 00 U Largest-Stoc- k Stcuon Hats ' in Town. $2 OS 2 78 2 28 1 g John 11. 11 Miiioney fish, 50 .3 00 HaU 2 50 " 2 00 1 50 " 1 00 " " 08 48 08 78 i 1 Insurance and Real Men's Cashmere and Worsted 4 Estate. Pants Duchess Trousers, So 00 4 00 3 50 3 00 2 50 2 00 is 3 3 2 2 1 1 Ot 28 (It 10 Ot 48 Vi Ot HOYS' PANTS. Straight and Knickerhaelcer. He to 31.93. HEAVY FLKKCKD UNDEKWKAR. 50c iiunlitj 38c. 25c quality 10c. J.L.Beazley&Co., All ihoes Go Below Cost. Patent, VicL Velern and Gun Metal. 85 shoes at 83.38. 4.00 Shoes nt 320. 3.50 slices nt 2.78. 3.00 shoes at 2.28. 2.50 shoeunt 1.08. 2.00 shoes at 1.08. 1.50 ehoes nt 1.10. 00 Fcltu 3 50 " 3 00 " 2 50 4 v The "Ball Band" Felts 3 40 o 08 2 4S Quaker Oats is the world's food Rubbers 2 25 Hubbcre " 2 00 1 i o$ 88 08 i 48 1 Eaten in every country; eaten ly infants, athlete:, - "Hall Hand 75 " " i Saturday, Jan. 15 Thirty Days Days. Next Door to Lincoln CjuntyNutionnl Hank, J. C. McClary, young and old. tin Recognized great strength builder. SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. f money. Every sufferer from stomach trouble. gas, belching, sour Btomach, nervous ness, dizziness and bllllousness should get a 50c box of a stomach taband start a treatment. Guarlets y anteed by G. L. Penny. Grant P. Trent, of Tennessee, a iudgo of the First Instance in the Philippines, was appointed a Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines to succeed Justice Elliott. . tftatortaker. Cmbalmer and sftMlcr In Harness, Saddlery, STANFORD, - KY. I.FkOns, 1 The endless struggle wearies me; For luxury I pine, I wish some wealthy girl would be My little valentine. He's very saving in his way, The same as other folks. And makes bash jokes on Saturday Of Friday's chicken joke. Horn fboat Si. I 60 Lyons, M.nha N R house and lot McCormack, Ceo Sr 4 acre. 4 65 McCormack, Creen 35 acre. 5 00 3 25 McKinney, Rine I acre 2 20 McKinney, Kale acre 10c psclaues. soil I erin.ii -Regular 2 20 McKinney, Crmpbcll N R house aad lot staled tic. for Lot i .- nI 40 Miller, Jim N R house and lot 7 25 Miller, James 25 acre. I 60 Moreland, Jennie I acre 4 35 Itiffe, Smith house and lot 6 20 Riffe. Laura 2 3-- 4 acres I 60 Singleton, Jessie 1 acre 2 20 Smith, Palsy house and lot 4 65 Walker, Tho. house and 11 4 85 Walker, Tho. 2 acre Welch, Jsme. house aad (ot credit $3 bal I 85 I 40 Wcathetfotd, Bolin N R house aad lot I 65 Being the 1st day of the February term of the Weatherlord. Judie Ucoia Coualy. Luxohi county court, I will, between the bourt T. J. HILL. Delicious and cconnmlr mmm. TCaHaaaaaaaauaaaaaaaaaaWaAJasailiUaV The Wintry Blasts Sheriffs Sale For Taxes, Monday, Feb. 14 JO. llamLtVKi stanasBvCSaiBHulBBBBBKABBBV May (orne, And tho Ituin 'and Snow Full, but yourjStock'will keep warm ia btissSBBVBBHReSBsVsSa SS5'Wui5T!'WyC;itjB Nunncllcy's New Stock Yards Plenty of Covered Pens and d Water. Heat market In the State. Second Monday. I. M. Hkuce, Assistant. 8) bring them on. Court Fel 9ij,