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THE INTERIOP JOURNAL ic VOL XXXVIISTANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 15 1910 NoYtoi MIDDLEBURO Miss Essie Hancy has about recover cd from measles A little daughter of John Duncan has the disease A 10 year old son of Allen HORUO died at Yosemite of brain fever and was burled at Green River church An attack of rheumatism scarcity of news close attention to business and fear of catching the measles are a few excuses we wish to offer for falling to write for the last two weeks The burning and sewing of tobacco beds haa been the order of the day in this section for the last week or morel The crop in this county wilt likely be the largest ever grown in the county The putting up of the wire for the Dig Four line was Completed last week and the farmers Imo will reach hero- In a few days Then If we aro not In communication with the world general t IIIy it will not be for the want of tele no lines If l frank Wilhite colored hooked 38 4 yellow suckers in the creek near Yosemite and day last week Frank Is an expert at hooking and when ho finds ono of the finny tribe either winter or summer he fixes his clock right then and there Q R Jones who made a trip to Frankfort last week speaks in the highest terms of Lincolns representa tine in tho Legislature Quince says If Casey should be put Into tho Eighth Congressional district that he would bo for Shanks for Congress There was considerable stir hero some days ago when It was rumored that an attempt was being made to remove the county High School from hero to Lib erty Jut the whole thing turned out to bo a fake Supt Lay denies having thought of interfering with the school but Q K Jones thought there was enough In it to go to Frankfort and investigate Six town lots wore sold by R 0 V Young hero Saturday The prices were very satisfactory running from J1GO to JGOQ John Henry Thomas of the Ca- Rey County Newt was the auctioneer and did his part well Mr Young has several lots loft and wo are glad to know that he will make good money out of his late purchases Barney Williams came home from Cincinnati to attend tho funeral of his father Mrs Helen Carter remains quite sick Dr T II Singleton of McKinney was called to Yosemite Sat urday to see Mrs Carter Welby Hans ford was here Saturday to viiit his parent W H McClure of Mt Olive attended the town lot sale hero Satur day and bought the Wesley property across the street from the Methodist church Mrs Dclila Wesley went to Liberty to see Dr I S Wesley who is tiHi with pneumonia Little John Mur phy returned to McKinney Saturday after spending two weeks with his sitter Mrs McD Fogle tstweek tho Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL was sold Wo look with a 1 great deal of personal interest upon tho V passing of that able newspaper from the Walton family In nil the 38 years of Its service to humanity the INTERIOR JOURNAL has been owned by but two familiesIts founder and first editor Mr P J Campbell late editor of the Somerset Journal and the Mesara W P and E C Walton Uy prudent sagacity thoughtful foresight wonderful wisdom and unceasing zeal the INTERIOR JOURNAL has become luminous as a newspaper success and an institution amassing wealth beyond the dreams of avariceIt comforting know that ao able a newspaper man as Mr Shelton faauf lev has purchased the INTERIOR JOUR is U saying the perwtllcontlnuAeuperezrellentrtVe nope our C Walton will not retire from the- journaJlltlcfieldI mean a calamity Some set Journal v a Here and There Football made 11515 for tho Cornell b football department last year Jr Percy Johnston of Lebanon one of the Kentucky national bank examin ers has resigned The Senate adopted the Elktra reso lution for an investigation of the causes underlying the cost ot living by a select Senate committee of seven Clarke Howell editor of the Atlanta Constitution democratic National com mitteeman Georgia and director of tho Associated Press was stricken with appendicitis and is in a dangerous condition Col Thomas H Swopecamolohis- death by reason of strychnine tered in a capsule by B C Hyde but whether felonious intent on not we the jury are unable to say This verdlet was rendered by the cor oners jury at IndependenccMo Struck A Rich Mine S W Beads of Coal City Ala says he struck a perfect mino ofhealth in Dr Kings New Life Pills for they cured him of Liver and Kidnqy trouble after 12 years of suffering They BrO t the best pills On earth for Constipa tlon Malaria Headache Dyspepsia Debility 36o at Pennys Drug Store IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Bert Phillips aged 27 Is dead at Lon donGolden Flora Richmond monument men have assigned The widow of Duncan Goodloe for merly of Doyle county Is dead at Lob anonMrs Elizabeth Venice is dead at Nlcholasville aged 81 She left eight childrenDr W Cave is dead at Danville lie was a well known Presbyterian preacher J P Kclsay the uptodate Somer sot druggist has opened a branch storo In South Somerset Mrs James Hunt was fearfully burn ed at her home in Boyle by her clothes catching fire from an open grate The Willlamsburg poitufflce was robbed of its registered letters cashoti The loss is estimated at about 400 Clivo Douglas Browning aged 11 was held In 500 to the Federal grand jury for stealing money and parcels from tho Williamsburg poitoflico Tho record for the first 10 days in February show 12 drunks in police court one lewd association two selling liquor to miners and four for gaming Som erect Times The largo plant of the Kentucky Slngletreo and Spoke Factory at Dunn vlile Casey county was destroyed by fire Including a considerable quantity of timber and finished products In an attempt to kill E T CafTrey with nitroglycerine near Slick ford Wayne county Earl Slobautn was blown to atoms by the glycerine exploding at his feet He let tho can drop in his excitement and anger A Mt Vernon dispatch says Sheriff T J Nicely and Judge L W Bethu rum left for Springfield Mo where Harvey Smith who murdered Ewing ONell ten years ago In this county was captured by tho detectives As soon as ho had committed the murder Smith fled Into the mountains Tho Daughters of the Confederacy combined with the efforts of the Con federate Veterans have raised fund with which an imposing monument has been purchased to be erected to the memory of the many Confederate sol diem who were killed at tho battle of Perryvillo and buried In Danville Four petitions one for each ward are being circulated by the whisky people asking for an election on that ques Lion Some few it seems do not un derstand the petition and might sign it under the misapprehension that the local option people have a hand in these petitions As stated above they are being circulated and signed by those who want the saloon with all its ac companying horrors restored to our now growing prosperous and morally improved city The temperance people aro not asking for a vote for the rea Ion that they already haro what they want If you are a dry shy around these petitions like you would a man affected with the smallpox As soon as these petitions aro filed we understand that the temperance people will publish the names attached to them This will show whos who Harrodsburg Her old MATRIMONIAL At Somerset William G Denton and Miss Bertha Litton were made hus band and wife The engagement of Miss Eleanor But lor Alexander of Now York City to Theodore Roosevelt Jr is announced Emory Watts and Miss Vesta Camp of Perryville stole a march on the old folks and wero made husband and wife Albert Hlatt of Brodhead and Miss Lilly Smith a 16yearold student at the Brown Memorial College Mt Vernon eloped to Jeffersonvlllo and wore married Laura Bigger the former actress is he defendant in a suit by Mrs Agnes Miry Hendrick in Now York Tho later asks 100000 from the actress whom she charges of allcniating her msbanda affections Formal announcement of the engage ment of Mite Eleanor Robson the act real to August Belmont financier and millionaire turfman has been made The engagement had been reported on a number of occasions but always de nied The Best Hour ofLife Is when you do some great deed or discover some wonderful fact This hour carao to J RP1U HockyMt N C when he was suffering Intensely ho IIIIJsfrom the worst cold I ever had I then proved to my groat satisfaction what a wonderful Cold and Cough cure Dr Kings New Discovery Is For after taking ono bottle 1 was entirely cured You cant say ubything too good of a medicine like that tt Its tho surest and best remedy for diseased langs Hemorrhages LaGnppo Asth ma Hay Fever or any throatjor lung trouble SOc tIp Trial bottle free Guarantoelby Penny a Drug Store NEWS NOTES I H A Dewitt of Dayton this Statet suicided in Memphis David Willard was elected president of the B 0 railroad Frank D Lafferty at one time tho greatest of base ball pitchers is dead Thomas Davis was struck by an L N train near Winchester and fatally injuredA of 100000 from Alfred G Vanderbilt to Yale University I an nouncedAlOise Wilkowskl was killed by a blow on his head in a prize fight in Chi cago with Harry Gilmore Judge Andrew Barnett one of tho oldest and most prominent members of the Louisville bar is dead The French trans Atlantic steamer Gen Chanzy was wrecked near Ma jorca Only one of the crow of ICO was savedCharles Jarman of Bourbon county is In jail at Lexington charged with sending obscene matter through the malls Harry K Thaws latest application for his release from the Matteawan State Hospital for the Criminal Insane was denied William M Bambergo chief of the agricultural Instruction department bl the Queen Crescent railroad died suddenly at York Ala Men interested in the production and manufacture of cotton formed an or ganization at Atlanta known as the National Cotton and Cotton Products AssociationAn was returned by the grand jury of Kenton county against the Latonia Racing Association on the charge of holding races without a li cense from the Kentucky State Racing Commission Fire which originated in tho most central section of tho business district of Vicksburg Miss destroyed two buildings besides damaging others in the immediate vicinity and caused a loss approximating 300000 The naval tug Nina with broken machinery is lying at the mercy of the waves Eight vessels are speeding to her assistance and hope to reach the little vessel before she goes to tho bot tom with her crew of 32 men- The will of the late Arthur Goebel filed in Covlngton leaves the entire es tate to Justus Goobei No estimate is mado of the size of the estate Gov William Goebel on his deathbed in 1900 left his estate to his brother Ar thur Howard Little who murdered Mrs Betsy Justis her eonin law George Meadows and the latter wife and three children in their home near Hur ley Buchanan county Va was put to death by electrocution in the peniten tiary at Richmond Mrs Daphne Floyd a native of Ver allies ended her life in Washington City by taking poison leaving address ed to her husband Henry B Floyd the laconic note I am tired of life That is all U Domestic infelicity is reported as the cause of jeer act Roland Flower a Negro convict escaped from a turpentine camp in Flor ida went to the home of Mrs Mary El lurboo two miles away and assaulted her Tho Negro was captured after being shot and was taken to Tampa un der heavy guard where ho was lodged in jail Dr BC Hyde whose wife is a niece of Col Thomas H Swopo the Kansas City millionaire was arrested on a warI rant charging him with the murder of Col Swope The prosecuting attorney consented to bail being fixed and Dr Hydo was released after furnishing bond in the sum of 50000 More than 4000000 acres pf lands which wort included in the lorI est domain were thrown out and will bo available for homestead settlement by the action of President Taft whenj he approved the plans for tho cation of forest lands which was for mulated by Gifford Pinchot That strychnine was found by Dr Hektoen and Dr Haines in the contents of the stomach of Miss Margaret Swope a niece of the late Thomas H Swope and was revealed in a report from the two Chicago chemists was brought out in Kansas City in thoI course of the deposition of John G Paxton Mr Paxton said that strych nine had been found in large quanti ties CanalLife on Panama Has had one frightful drawback malaria troublothat has brought suffering and death to thousands Tho germs cause chills fever and ague billlous nesi jaundice lassitude weakness and general debility Out Electric Biters never fall to destroy them nod euro malaria troubles Three bot tles completely cured me of a vary se vere attack of malaria writes Wm A Fretwell of Luoaraa N C and Ive bud good health over since Cures Stomach Lfven and Kidney troubles and prevents typhoid 60c Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Stereo To George W Doneghy By S M Boone One day while out on Dix River I chanced to spy Geo Doneghy When there and then I did diacivcr Him taking something on the sly I said to George with mild intent Im feeling just a little dry And ho always on mischief bent Said Nixie not of my old rye I thought It was a little tough That he should treat me so Until he said Youve had enough So take your pole and go This happened on the river Dix On whose lovely shady brink Famishing mortals used to mix Their grog and take a quiet drink Dear River Dix and Hanging Fork Two sunny streams where bass would bite And fishermen with line and cork Spent many a day and happy night A sad goodbye ye placid streams The fishers beads turned gray We must dismiss you from our dreams As we wind up and stroll away Danville Feb 10 1910 WAYNESBURG Miss Beatrice Reynolds visited rela Lives and friends here last week She expects to leave for her home in Turon Kansas this week Miss loa Reynolds visited her titter at McKinney Saturday Messrs A J Johnson and Ed ward Enea are very ill with pneumo nia While fighting fire near her home near Eubanks Mrs Sallie Williams was severely burned and is not expected to live Mrs H H Singleton has returned from Louisville much improved in health after undergoing a surgical operation for tumor News cornea from South Carolina that Charles Singleton son of Hundley Singleton of this place has been very ill with pneumonia since returning from a visit home Mrs Pol- y A Singleton who has been visiting her children has returnod to her homo near Eubanks Miss Elsie Singleton who had smallpox was able to open her school again Monday Messrs C G and D W Caldwell and wife are visit- Ing their sister Mrs Harness near Dee Lick W M Smith has been con fined to his room for several weeks with the grip Dying ina hospital at Laporto In- dIIIE Capps of Atlanta Ga told Corr onor Oaborn that a brakeman on tho Lake Shore railroad had thrown him and companion from the train Capp and the dead body of another man were found at the side of the railroad near that city M F Woodrow a Rhodes scholar from Kentucky won the Vinerfan law Bcbolarabipat Oxford University The scholarship fa among the more impor tant of those open to competition OVERCOATS Heavy Shoes Winter Suits l AND Underwear AT COST Cummins Wearen s t A OVV ViVVVVVV a l 81hMhRl astl td1l 1 AIMP Irt1 A01 tQVVrfVVVV fV VVVdi I Oe Lincoln County national flank i Of Stanford Kentucky i Capital 5000000 Surplus 4300000 1 Resources 34000000 8H SHANKS PRESIDENT WM BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTONvICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER t + HVYS FOSTER CLERKj trWJohn B Foster Sanford W H Shanks Stanford T O Ran d kin TraylorGilberts i H 1GoochFIRST NATIONAL I BANKiSTANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 1882 CA 4SURPLUS 1 j i HAS PAID IN DIVroENDSV2J650p 1SiCi6 V- ComblncsJAbsoluteJSAfety with Satisfactory i Modern Safety Deposit Baxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account i j OFFICER I S Hocker President- S T Harris Vice Presidenk John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cahr WVSaunders Bookkeeper 1FM D Elmore J M Pettuj IIC Baughman J F CumminsjS T Harris no C Robinson E O Walton J S Rocker C E Tate I j WINTER TOURIST TICKETSyTO TUB SOUTH and SOUTHEAST J ON SALE DAILY i v1A QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31st 1910 For FollPerticolereelfloaoe write D C KING P T A101 L Man St Lcilntfton Kjr r- ti 1 I r 4 The Interior Journal SHELTON M SAUFLEY owxaa HON HARVEY HELM ot Lincoln county li a candidate for reo nomination for Oonerei front the tight district tubjeot to the action of the demo ratio part- yFrankfort News by The New Editor FRANKFORT FEn lJIntercat in the County Unit bill warmed up con Blderably last week when tho State con vention of the Kentucky Anti Saloon League held a threo days session at tli the capital Everything went along quietly enough until Senator J J Wat kins of Union county an enthusiastic option man stated in a speech before the convention that he had heard strong t rumors that20000 had been paid for four votes in theSenate to bury the County Unit bill Tho Senate imme diately got bitty and an investigating r committee wnsjappointed to see if any of the members had sold out Gov J Cox named afrellable committee and It twnt to work at once behind closed t doors Few believcUhat the investiga tion will develop anything tangible ill I r the shape of evidence of bribery li men were bought they are not going to tell it and the men who paid the money aro not going to tell it so there you 1ate The old Scotch verdict of guilty not proven wi1l undoubtedly obI t tain in the minds of many who have liquorJ tarImoney nor H ing of it when they wanted something done They have apparently accom ipushed what they wanted The people can make their own verdict FORVISITORSJ visitors tl from all parts of thelStato during tho Legislative session and the influx this l time is larger than ever before as so wish to see the new capitol Ev 1man7 is greatly pleased with it It is a credit to Kentucky and to the adminstration which made possible the construction of such a handsome edifice Itwas built without graft by the democrats and has been Jcompleted without graft by the repub t titans Clarence Tate was over from Stanford to see the Capitol and watt the Legislature Jdhn Owsley Rei- and BledseeJBailey drove over in the formers motor car and took in the sights While refilling his gasoline tank the fuel managed to catch fire In t some way and Mr Reid bad one of hh hands badly burned He was able ti proceed home however 11 STANFORD DOYS MAKE GOOD i Two old Lincoln county boys are now t stationed at Frankfort and are makin- II i good They aro Joe Lynn Coffey an Everett Stone The former Is a guard at the penitentiary along with Capt Bob Gentry also from Lincoln Capt I t Coffey haslbeen here but a few month and has madegood in fine fashion Hi I I Is already regarded as one of the most staffrI j Il with a capacity to handle the men be Is with the least friction Captalt tioyer who haslbeen here for several f istonejof the most experienced fmenon the penitentiary staff and high l ly regarded by the officials Everett Stone is on thenight shift of linotype f Ioperators at the office of the Frankfort f printing plant He is one t of the best in the business and draws t jlbigmoney Everett has been working Louisville forseveral years and do t ing well There is almostfnothing about a printing plant that heroes not know to and he is so proficient that he com landsthe highest pay POPULAR STATE OFFICIAL lFewvisitors to the capitol pass by of the Court of Appeals with toutstopping in for a pleasant call with t Napier Adams the clever clerk Mr f Adams hails from the Rood county of Pulaski and though he has Men here ileasthan threo years he probably has juntas many friends bAre in proportion to his stay as he has back home Be fore being elevated to this position 1 Mr Adams was circuitclerk of Pulas ki and he acquired a training there I which has made him one of the most efficient clerks the Stato has over had r He always has a pleasant word for everyone anda hearty greeting for I friends from over the State Quiet almost reserved in demeanor he knows how to make friends and is regarded as a tower of strength by tho republl cans in his section In fact it is whla pared here that Air Adams is one of 1 the main spokes in the allpowerful machine in Pulaski He vigorously Ii reseals any such suggestion however modestly declaring that he is no more than an humble follower in the ranks of the organization Strong as he is however Mr Adams declares that he is now through with politics and will be a candidate for nothing mare when his term hero 1s concluded Knowing his strength in the Eleventh district some of tho party leaders horn firareendeavoring to get him to make an other State race in 1911 but he says he will have none of It and is willing to let some one else have a chance Clerk Adams is given material assistance in j the conduct of his office by his attrac five sister Miss Della Adams also of Somerset and by other capable depu ties rt nI sr iiys++e p THB CONCRBSSIONAL BACK I Much interest Is being manifested by democrats here in the In rise- Eighthdistrtctfertialicdmi wf tjongrees tonal nomination No one doubta that Congressman Helm will be in the run ning again right from the jump but from indications here it seems proba ble that he is not going to havo a walkover this time Former Repre sentative Jere Sullivan of Madison and William Jennings Price of Boyle havo both been here recently and whil not positively have practically notified their friends that they are going to bo in the running also Mr Sullivan its undoubtedly one of the biggest mon In the State in every sense and will have a strong following Mr Prices clo quence has been heard all over the dis trict and he has a great many friends who want so see him go to Congress A race between theso three would provo a good one Nothing has been done about the method or time of selecting tho democratic nominee It is whis pored here that the opposition to Con gressman Helm has the committee If that bo trub it lobks from this distance like a convention probably late in the summer But theres no tolling yet what may be doqeIThe State Board of Equalization convened hero last week and if it carries out the recommendations of Gov Will son taxes on the farmers of the Stati are going to be boosted considerably The attention of the board has been called to tho fact that much very fini farming land is being assessed year is and year out at a figure far below Its real value The republicans need mono ey very badly to carry on the affairs of State and pull the treasury out of debt and this is going to be one of the means that they will employ to raise it The immense production of tobacco and the high prices demanded for good tobacco land is going to be one of tho excuses for piling the burden heaver on the farmer Any excuse will do as well however Its simply the case of the ad ministration facing the next State cam paign with a big deficit in the treasury staring it in the face and determined to do something to pull out of the hole Meanwhile the big corporations are go ing to get by as usuul without paying anything like their fair share of the behaveddnation and Assessment will have the nerve to place the tax on whisky any higher The board did mako a tenta rive raise last year to 10 a barrel but the big distillers got busy and the fig ure was put back to 9 The extra dol lar would mean a lot to the treasury when the immense output of booze In Kentucky is considered It will be the psydthe raise in taxes is made to pay the State out of debt S M S THE speech of Senator Heyburn of Idaho opposing the leasing of soma government tents for the Confederate reunion was the most disgusting exhi bltion of malice and evil prepense wo have ever read This fellow who ac knowledged he did not go to war- I fought the Lost Cause over again and said things of Lee and of his soldiers that none but a craven would Hey burn is a disgrace to his kind and to the State that honors such a creature Fortunately the Senators did not take him seriously but voted solidly to let the veterans have the tents Hcyburr alone voting in the negative It was a fitting and a stinging rebuke TWENTY EIOHT counties in Kansas have no po6r farm tenants 21 no con victs in the penitentiary 36 no prison ers In the reformatory and 62 with no prisoner serving sentence in jail This is a statement sent broadcast by the Kansas Society in Chicago and speaks well for a dry State SINCE Mayor Gaynor of New York city took charge of that citys affairs 523 useless offices have been abolished saving the taxpayers 623000 a year It the good work continues the great city may be able to some day decrease her bonded indebtedness CHIEF OF POLICE STEWARD of Chi cage announces that in order to prevent confidential information from leaking out he will employ a woman stenographer Who ever heard of a woman keeping a secret Z POLITICAL The diplomatic and consular bill ear tying appropriations aggregating mono than 3700000 was passed bythe Na lonal House News comes from New York that Theodore Roosevelt Jr will make the taco for Representative from either Oyster Bay or a city district In his speech at the Lincoln day banquet Gov Hughes of New York pre dicted that President Taft would be nominated and elected president for a second term The Bennet white slave bill regulate Ing the traffic in immoral alien women was passed by tho United States Senate practically in the same form as passed by the House 1he bill abolishing the city attorneys office at Louisville and creating in its place tho office of corporation counsel passed the Representatives by a vote of 61 to 16 m 1 A bill making Commander Robert E Peary U S N discoverer of the North Pole ajrear admiral was passed by the ate Indications are that the measure will receive the approval of the pause The Senate committee on Banks and Banking has decided to report favorably tho bill introduced by Senator E thelwill strike a snag in tho House where most of the members favor Interest bearing warrants IThisand That IAirs Iva Murphy aged 111 is dead in Cloy county j William Pall and MfssJosephlne Hun ter vaudeville performers wero united in marriage at Danville I John F Shultz big tobacco barn near hit Sterling burned and 15000 pounds of the weed went up in smoke i Wade H Ellis was elected republican chairman of Ohio and tho Taft harmo- n program was put through at Day ton 0IJ Santa Ana Cal Register was elected president of tho National Editorial As sociation at their convention in New I OrleansIn Frvejofthrough the abdomen and died Sunday Fryo was shot five times in tho arm The Supremo Court of Kansas made a Ijmited ouster order against the In ternational Harvester Company The order prohibits the company from mak ing exclusive contracts with agents in KansasAn was made to burn the Pineville jail by Negro inmates who hoped to escape in that way but the prompt action on the part of the jailer saved the building and thwarted tho prisoners IMIls Myrtle Abrams who lived hero uncle Sam Levy ran the Grand Leader Dry Goods Store was married at Versailles to Samuel Jacobs of Tucson Ariz last week She is a beautiful girl and an accomplished mu sician One thousand Graves county farmers interested in good roads are preparing I to go to Mayfield Feb 24 and march to the courthouse where the fiscal court will be in session Their purpose is to ask the court to tako immediate action in the way of building gravel roads Gov Folk of Hiwouri has been of I fered 40000 to deliver a series of lec I tares There are about 170000 oll producing wells in the United States represent ing directly and indirectly an outlay of 700000000 Charles Forkner was acquitted of the murder of Tandy Haggard The killing occurred in Clark county but tho case WAS tried at Richmond on a change of venueAt Whistler Ala five miles north of MobllolKatlo Walters aged 14 was as saulted by an unknown Negro who I after committing the crime beat her hoed cruelly Revenge is now believed to bo the motive for the murder of Charles Wilt shire the wealthy glove manufacturer who was found dead in his factory in Chicago with 37 stiletto wounds in Us bodyCommander Robert E Peary discov erer of tho North Pole has made a proposition to the National Geograph I I teal Society which if accepted will mean that an American expedition will be on its way to discover the uncon quoted South Pole next Fall A Forscekers YUMA ARIZ FEU 9thWill you please mention in your paper that on March 1st the government will open for settlement nearly 7000 acres of Yuma Indian reservation under the Yuma project This is offered in 40 acro tracts to homesteaders The Southern Pacific R R runs through the land and it is within a few miles of the city of Yuma Also on May 18 in the Palo Verde Valley 100000 acres in 160acre tracts will bo opened to homesteaders This land is in California and on the Colorado river abundance of water for irrigation longest growing season in the United States healthy climate These aro unusual opportunities for eecurin a home and I want some Kentucky people for nelghbora Wrlto the land office at Los An ales for fur ther information W B CLOYD Staggers Skeptics Ibat a clean nice fragrant com pound like Bucklens Arnica Salve will instantly relieve a bad burn cut scald wound or piles staggers skeptics But great cures prove its a won derful healer of the worst sores ulcers bolls felons eczema skip eruptions as also qhapped hands sprains and oorns Try it 25o at Pennys Drug- Store OUR ARE BUGGIESOPENED UP AND READY FOR YOU TO LOOT AT ALL New StocK Nothing Carried over from LasUYcar ellill naalllt WLIa HIGG1NS i Stanford KentuckyI IStop Look Listen LL SMNDEKS Crab Orchard Ky Is oflcrinjr tile beat Six Ring All Leather Halter FOR ONLY 2pc ever made R B MAHONEY Prcs J T WHITE Sccy W 8 FISH Trees The Citizens Realty and Title Cb Farms houses and lots for rent sale or exchange Persons desiring quick sales or purchases in realty of aU kinds Call on or write us STANFORD KY Promptness and Reasonable Commissions Our Specialty Phone 200 I i 1 4 I I II I Here are some things you need eve ry day in the year wet or dry hot or cold You use the same weights styles and colors i OVERALLS i And we have just sized up on them and can fit you any size from a childs I 4 No 5 to a mans size 50 Suspenders v The same every day in the year the f HARRIS is the best 25c to 2 pair DRESS SHIRTS The FOUNTAIN is the standardneat black and white effects fancy or plain white are the popular colors with soft or plaited bosom as you li- keNECKTIES cI1 If you Did not See our necktie Wind Wt last Week it was Your Misfortune But it is not too late come inside and see them H J McJROBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY 3S333SSS33SQ33S3S mQ L Penny R II Cofley E R Coleman I Dr Hess Poultry Panacsa I W fB t Will wake bens lay euro them of disease and keep them in good thrifty condition 1oIt A IEIt at 0 II PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky mBB BBE American Wire Fence GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford + I RURAL TELEPHONES MR TARDIER Make your homo as modern for your family as a city r residence and pinto yourself in n position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can bo accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with toheadquartersmers Lino taro If you arc not at present enjoying telephone service woIIllinoisKentuokyrennEAST paraAATaa TENNESSEE TEL TEL CO t Q- I 0 4 I t l y v t I A Value Extraordinary 1 JI I r SEVERANCE SON STANFORD f The Interior Journal i 1 1 CVANfOKD KY FKH 15 101- I R NEEDLES Dobbins and Shuttles for nil sowing machines at Pennys Drug- Store I v PERSONALSJof MRS SILAS ANDERSON la very sick 1MR J W HAYDEN was over from hit week 1 W W WITHERS was over from Lox ington yesterday DR M 1C PENNINQTON of London was here last week MR AND MrsW P KINCAID were in Lebanon Sunday MR Ih WEAREN HUGHES of Louis vile spent Sunday hero MKS J S OwsLEr left Saturday for Franklin to vUit her homefolks REV S M LOON of Wllmora came over to eee Mr Goo U Saufley Miss nAmE DURHAM of Lancaster has been with tho Misses Aldridge REV W II HorruR of Louisville I spent Sunday with his parents hero MISSES MATTIB AND ELIZA MCQEB taro visiting their aunt in tho country MR GEO H COLSON has moved from Richmond to tho Preachersvillo section J E ROUT came up from Ioulsvllle to attend tbo burial of Mr Zsn Dud derar 4 DOROTHY SUSAN is tho name Mr and Mrs II M Newland have given their little daughter WALTER HEAVINH who has been vII lung James McBee leaves today for his homo in Mahomet III W E SPAycLER formerly of Ufo Crab Orchard section orders the I J sent to him at Princeton W Va MR ERNEST WARREN and wife oft Mlddleaboro attended the burial of her brother Mr II M Ballon at Lancas terCOUNTY ATTORNEY W S Buncn Uledioe Bailey and John Owaley Reid wero hero from Stanford Lexington Herald MRS SUSAN YEACER and Miss Fran cea Cooper witnessed tho Marie Dressier matinee at the Auditorium in Lexing ton Saturday MRS JAMES F CUMMINS and Misses Mary Teller and Ida Lee Cummins spent Saturday and Sunday with Crab Or chard friend MR ED DUOERAR and wife aqd Mr T T Martin came up from Binning ham to attend the burial of the for Vlnfcra brother Mr Zan Dudderar Mas HOMRR CARPENTER of Shelby vile and MJss Patsy Pruitt of Lexington are guests of the formers parents Dr and Mrs J G Carpenter MESOH A B FLORENCE A L Pence and Earl Coleman took the chapter degree in Masonry at Danville Thursday night Prof J W Irelahd Dr T W Pennington and Judge J N Mcnefee Jr went over and saw tho work well done MR R L McKECHNiE of Tampa Fla has recently been made general manager of the home office of the American Life Insurance Co at that place Ho is a son of Squire James McKechnlo and married tho pretty and bright Mlle Flonnle Hammond of this county E y LOCALS J LOOK at W IL Higgins posy rigs FOR field seeds call on T D Now I land TO 1i TOBACCO canvas aU grades at Hughes Martin CoI PIANO FOR SALESare variety Will sell cheap Apply at this office 0 GET Nbrthcotta prices onall kinds of produce scrap iron and tabber Stan ford Ky o THREE suttee of roams in the Odd Fellows building for rent Apply to Ed Wilkinson 0 TRY some pure Cannot coal Tho coal that lasts Dcnhams Coal Yards Stan ford and Rowland SMALL storeroom for rent Sulta ble for photograph gallery Will rent cheap II C Anderson Stanford oJ FOR RENTTwo acrdT of tobacco ground without barn room John C Gooch at Kennedys Mill Stanford I 0 OLD Proce OIl meal 225 per 00 t pounds 41pound Owl brand cotton- Seed oj meal 36 per ton J II Baugh Clan ft I M J fJ- t 1 r A JESSE D WEAKEN has been made a notary public NOTHING worthy of mention was dons in tho county court yesterday Fort SALE Bay harness gelding anc runabout Apply to E C Walton PURE block coal at Dcnhams yards at 18c per bushel delivered In town Miss MOLLIE GOLDSTEIN drew tho beautiful sliver set at Sfiugars Tan nersW K 8Ja bought of Lynn Pence a pony cart and harness at a fancy price I IUVB salsasagent several shares of stock in the Uustonville Na tional Bank E C Walton MY spring stock of uggyharness la In You can get choice now Quality and price count J C McClary SATURDAY was anniversary of Abraham Lincolns birth but few of our people took notice of tho fact LOST between Stanford and Huston villa Sunday a buggy rug Reward Will Adams liveryman Stanford 0 FOR SoLELot of locust posts Will cut to order J M Ware Stan ford R F D No1 Telephone No 72i DAVE RANKIN of Wayno county has bought of Yates Hudson his 260ncro farmacloseto Camp Dick Robinson at 1wtTUOSE Indebted to tho estate of Dr 1 B Cook must settle at once or I willI bo compelled to collect tho accounts law MM L B Cook admx L BICook TUB AidSociety of the Chris tian church will meet in the lecture room of the church at 2 oclock Satur day afternoon when a full attendance is greatly desired THOSE Indebted to tho firm of Trib ble Pence aro requested to settle their accounts at once The firm has dissolved and their affairs must be straightened up W A Tribble 0 TilE old and reliable nursery firm ofI H F Hillinmeycr Son Lexington begin their regular spring advertisement with us this issue If you are needing anything In their line write them They will trcatyou right TOE examining ofWill Mont gomery for killing Will Stephens in theI East End of the county last week set for Friday was continued until toduyI on motion of the defense A large num ber of tho people of that end of Lin coin will likely be present A MEETING of tho secretaries of the fairs of this section will be held in Dan vlllo today for the purpose of organiz ing a circuit for the coming season Stanford llarrodsburg Lawrenceburg Lancaster and Danvillo embrneo tho membership of the organization 115ACRE farmthree 0 miles from Stan ford on good pike and in splendid com munity In high state of cultivation has a twostory frame dwelling new barn and all necessary outbuildings Place well watered and fenced Will sell at right figure Stanford Real Ea tato Co IT now looks as if thcro will not bo a petition filed for a whisky election Tho threat of the Sun to publish the names of the petitioners is having a most splendid effect Somo peoplo will do things privately that they will not do If the acts aro to be given to the pub lie Verily publicity is a good thing Fiueville Snn WATSON Mrs Jane Watson aged 72 and a most excellent woman died at her home id Crab Orchard Saturday and was buried in the Crab Orchard cemetery Sunday after services at her late home at 11 A M Her husband died a number of years ago but eight children including T K Watson of Lan caster survive tho Godly mother MR ALFRED PENCE was not out of business long He sold his interest in tho furniture and undertaking firm Tribblo Pence to Judgo W A Trib blo Monday and on Friday half interest in tho buggy and implei ment store of ha brother Mr Ei T Pence The now firm will bo known as 811IlIcce LZ FOR farming implements fancy field seeds etc see W H Higgins DIG discount on inter RobeS and Horse Blankets J C McClary WK have farms in Hardln county In 50acre tracts to 900 acres and price from 300 to 11000 These lands produce fino Burley tobacco Stanford Real Estate CoIHAVE your pictures framed All work guaranteed neat and well finished Dl nob forgot the 10 cent counter some great bargains on It Our line of Spring samples of suits and overcoats is here Let us make your clothes and save you money Adams Bros Uustonville TUB heaviest snowyears fell here Friday and Friday night Somo say it was 10 inches deep but the more con servative claim that it was only eight Several days of very cold weather fol lowed tho snow and many are impress ed with the fact that the g h saw his shadow 80ACRB farm about seven miles front Stanford Land nil cleared and in good state of cultivation eix room cottage barn double crib etc Right on pike close to good school house and church and in good community Well watered and fenced Price 200 Stanford Real Estate Co FRIENDS of GeorgeS Wilson Speaker of tho House are pulling hard for the bill creating tho county of Wilson of parts of Pulaski Wayno and Whitley counties Tho proposed new county is to be named for Speaker Wilson which the measure considerable prestige with members of the present General Assembly Tho Legislators want the now county but tho people do As the former now have their Inning tho chances are they will get what they want toTill Frankfort correspondent of the Louisville Times says Senator Took Hubble of Lincoln county is the owner of tho race horse T M Greene which has finished first post the post several times at Jacksonville recently The hefty Senator keeps in closo touch with the dope on his horse and always manages to have something down when hla racer shows his heels to the rest of his company When a telegram from tho Florida track came to Senator Hubble in the Senate chamber apprising him of the fact that his horse had won out several of his friends remarked that it was pretty fat for him to have a horso bringing him the coin while they had a hard time collecting from tho State for their services as solona HUSTONVILLE Boyd Wcatherford of Danville was home over Sunday Juno II Reid of Corbin Is home for a few days Mrs Roy Rose of Eto wah Tenn Is tho guest of her parents Mr and Mrs V B Morse this week Milton McCormack our south paw twirler hay signed with the Paris team of tho Blue Grass League for this year at a nice advance over last years salary Tho Huatonvillo Hop Club gave a very enjoyable dance Friday night in tho new Lair building An elegant lunch at 1130 r M was served by tho Hotel WeatherfordJames sold his 25acro crop of tobacco at 16c a pound He expects to raise a larger crop this year John K Baughman sold a fino young jack to A Qulaenbury of Illinois for 2000 When a man gets so penurious that he goes beyond tho bounds of business courtesy to get a few pennies do you think he is entitled to any leniency Answer through these columns pleaso Mr Tom Murphy who lives on tho Big South Fork below Powers Store Is seriously ill with liver trouble Ho is well know1and has many friends hero who hope for his early recovery Miss Ella Barnett left Sunday for St Louis where she has accepted a posi tion with a largo wholesale establish ment Mrs Lora Bohon Jeffers returned Sunday from a protracted visit to Louisville friends and relatives B P Shewmaker the efficient rail resignedIcompleted a checkup of his business and found it o k After a few months rest and recuperation he will doubtless be given a promotion which he certain ly deserves Hustonvllle male quartette de 1The special mention for the impres a COME LOOK BUY 6 34c 1 TWO THOUSAND YDS EXFRAQUALITY Dress Duck The kind that usually sells at lOc yd We bought this extra large lot order to get at this low price On sale WED NESDAY at Cc KY CoS vivo rendition of selections at the fu neral of Miss Alice Cabell Many beau tiful floral designs completely covered her grave Having known her from in fancy Rev J Q Montgomery spoke of her life as deserving of imitation and her reward of eternal rest Fondly loved by all who knew her Many farewell tears were shed Now her dreams of life are over And her gentle spirit fled Gone to yonder shining shore Because her Savior loved her more CHURCH MATTERS Rev J H Smith was arrested at Evansville Ind on the charge of for gery Ho claims to be an Episcopal rectorRev C R BlaIn of Louisville declined call to the pastorate of the Presbyterian church here but will scone at Hustonville we are informed The Christian church at Livingston has called Elder G Livingston of this county to preach one Sunday in each month and he has accepted We congratulate the congregation on secur ing the services of BO good man Rev D M Walker who has taken some pains to ascertain finds that less than 50 people in this little city of over 2000 inhabitants attend prayer meet- Ings Ho made this startling statement from his pulpit Sunday morning This doesnt speak well for the people oC tho best town on the map DEvansRear Admiral Robley re tired charged that the great railroad systems of the country are trying to- kill the Panama Canal Auditor Frank P James home in Frankfort was damaged by fire and the family had narrow escape from suffocation It is now believed that there is seri us doubt about the constitutionality of tho postal savings bank bill in its present Len G Hall secretary of Congressman A 0 Stanley died at his home at Henderson Sunday of pneumonia Tho special grand jury that is to In stigate the deaths in Swope tam lIy begun its work yesterday RAW FURS BOUGHT TRAPPERS ATTENTION I AEMIRKHAROT 4 1 1 I I t a J a a RACCOON KINO MINK SkUJfKMUSKRATI atttIIlvMere E2 221531 NOTICE I I will apply torn p troleat tie next meet tag of the Hoard of Triton Commissioners JAMKBIIOOKEH Auctioneer I offer my iervlce1 to the people of Lin coin connt as an auctioneer Hatlsfnctlon guaroatcadMorlandKs1LFD NoI Itesldence Turntrsvllle TOBACCO FARM FOR RENT I I desire to rent out for the present year a small tobacco farm of 10 acres near OroTit Caiey county land dwelling and burn WrUllornpplltollO II Waynes 1 t FOR SALE I Dover Hotel at Crab Orchard Rho store room Just across street with pail office ad- Joining and n cottage or ollloo of three rooms All necessary outbuildings hits OiniTJH HOVER Grub Orchard Ky Notice To Claimants 1 Those having claims against tie estate of the late J w Mnthltnm will present them properly verified to me at one Those ow tug the citato will plMioitttle immediately III WARS McKlnney Ky Fruit and Ornamental Trees I Everything for Orchard Lawn and Harden One Htrnwbsrry plant Kreo Catalogues No Agents H F Hillcnmcyer Sons LKXINQTON KENTUCKY EXECUTORS SALE OF LkND Ai Kxecutor of Monroe Ourtlt deed IOU ut public outcry to the hl idrldl before the cmut house door in Htunford Ky lit eMON1lAYMAitOI 141910 county court day his late home on the Unnvlllu Property Is about three miles from Htunfonl nnd Is bounded by tho lands of Mrs Mottle White J II limon and tho Unnvlllo ties opposite the fnrm ofT A Illce and contains bytho dtcd K acres 1 rood and 14 poles or land line on ItUcottage barn an necessary outbuild Ingsnndfine spring Nlou home conven iently 10 I and lend Bale will bo made on credit of I months with Interest at 0 cent from day of sale Purchaser will be required to oxtcute note with approved personal security and a lien will be retained on rurcsaaor shall have liege of cash Possession will be- Blven upon compliance with terms of sale ItTM Kfnroe OurlM L R Hughes T W Humble W O Martin 1fLNovelties Etc I Everything tbats new good and desirable in belts bags hair rnnmenttf jewelry etc Elastic belts variously trimmedand combined with leather are the favorites New bags in tho large and medium sizes with strapped handles black leads in color with brown tans and greys quite strong Turbans and Turban pius are the things for the head dress Wo have a large assortment of coronet hair pins also coronet braid buckles and barrettes we are also showing an immense line of new collar and belt pins Our lino 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 HUGHES MARTIN COs- Dry f t Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY Farmers Attention Remember we carry the Hishest grade of FIELD SEEDS 8 I The Genuine Oliver Plowsli k t AND A LARGE STOCK OF COLLARS HAMES CHAINS ETC W E PERKINS t T I fSCrab Orchard Ky Tinning Plumbing Heatsa tl Dont let 1910 pass without having hot and cold water through your t hhouse with a beautiful white i Porcelain Baths Outfit Rjl Have W K WARNER to install your country water works mitt reasonable prices and guarantee f We also carry in stock FORCEAND CISTERN PUMPS Roofing and Roofing Paints r t Calland see us Telephone 188 f IV K WARNER 4 1 1 Stanford Ky w L irCARTYPreg E C WALTON Prce L R IIUGIIESS AT r t r s Stanford Real Estate Co I L iStanford KontucKy yt inrros and Tpwn Property Handled on Commission Stocks and Bqn k Sold If you Have Property to Sell or Rent Notify Us Write for Circular to S J S IL R HUGHES Secretary Stanford Kit D f u The Interior Journal Jhfcnrf in the Pott Oil tit Stanford 01 muml fiatt malicr t rL N TIME TRBL6 No Jl Month mis PM No HODth1015 A X No 14 North 4110 A X No n North Biy P x 1Nof1IOWIoKL JOSS RICEAgont t A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY lies ever McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Buildi- ngMASONS MEET Lincoln No 00 F A A M will moot I nMsledcommmfltcntlononeach tint nnd BMrdllonditr nights ofeacb month fit 730 Work to their hail on main etre et Htnn fad Ky Members of sister lodges aro Ira 9ssslly Invited to bo present W Ten ntsgtms Hoc falland Winter Stock t Han your measure token by a tailor of ex rteeoo Then your clothe evenlow Vta btuluOM lult or tho finest RMhes will have that Indlvldnallty and lit f vklch plainly Indicate they wore made to wepantst and overcoats Fall and winter Mptet on hand ready for your Inspection HO IIUPMCY The Tailor Htanford Kjr CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I eiA furnish the pnbllo with the bet at vnH M the freshest or cut flowers plants of sa kind bulbs flower nYe Also make a specialty alwreathe flew Jor funeral purioses IB connection with the above I have all 2is ai f vegetables on band at reasonable IJf1IOmU8TbfANOmENnOUAEB ED IIURnARD1ROR Htanford- KybuTobacco and Tobacco tarns kNothing ButUnsurance S Jesse D Weareni The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence rhone M Office 64 Insure with me and be fully t I protected 1 CONCRETING t r WI are In position to do all kinds of con hoes such as Block Work Pavements saaale tact we can make any thing from r tiNasedowntoa tense post Wo can erve and guarantee firstclass wxfk and material Call and get our pried rtyoubuy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Nadoney m FISH 7 and Real 1Insurance l I I All kinds of INSURANCE all t dada of property Only the larg r lest compauies represented 1 Rates as low as can be l had anywhere i Stanford Ky Phone 200 1t JLBeazleyCoM j Undertakers and Embalm t on Also Dealers in Fur neytt all Kinds of Stock Giver t Them a Call Prices Right f STANFORD KENTUCKY tJC McCIary fcftwlertaker Embalmer and Jtoalerin Harness Saddlery STANFORD KYtr t florae Phoned J t jlnomt J f i r FARMERS DEPARTMENT Fitygood eweefor sale W E Moss Lancaster At Gtorgetown 140 common barnyard hens sold at 98c to 110 At a sale in Scott county 115 mules sold at an average of 199 A T Nunnelley sold the ewes adver tiacd 30 in numberat 5 25 Hon W H Shanks had a valuable filly to die of distemper Saturday Duke Goodloe of Washington county sold the tobacco oft of two acres for 800 Hopes went to 9ic In Cincinnati Sat urday the highest price ever recorded thereFARMERS ATTENTION ITry me on wagon and plow harness for quality and price J C McClary FOR SALE Nice lot of extra good orchard grass and blue grass seed Jas D Shelby Junction City Ky The hemp crop In Kentucky this year aggregates only 6000 acres About 15 per cent of the hemp has been sold FOR SALE25 threeyear old mules All broken and in good working order Call on or phone Logan Hubble Lan caster R F D No1 Mrs J M Cress of Preachers villo sold 111 worth of eggs last year from 90 hens besides what she used for hatching and domestic purposes She thinks no breed of chickens equals that of Brown Leghorn Centra Record Whipp Estea have sold their big tobacco crop to J H Purdom of More land at IGJc They had 15000 pounds It was grown on 10 acres of ridge land that would not have sold for over 10 per acre before it was clearedLlber tyNewsFOR SALE Four good sows fine stock one sow and pigs and some shoats Sows will average 150 pounds shoats 60 pounds residence three miles West of Kings Mountain on the now pike W C Patrick Waynesburg Ky R F D No 4- STANFORD COURTThere were about 600 cattle on the Stanford market yes terday with a demand for all classes Good yearling and twoyearold cattle brought 4c to file Heifers sold at 4 to 4c B utcher stuff brought 2J to 31c The mule market was slow Carlton Elkin bought a team of mules at Burgin for 125 W B Burton sold a threegaited saddle horse to a Win chester party for 275 J B Ruble sold to T W Duckworth of Nicholas yule 10 mules at 190 W B Burton bought at Richmond seven mules at 190Lancaster Record- I will sell at public auction at Nun nelleysr stock pens at 11 oclock Mon day morning February 14 1910 court day 12 two year tild mules and eight or nine highgrado twoyearold Jersey heifers which will calve in the spring Remember the place date and hour Also a 2year old Jersey bulL W H Jligney Stanford- BARGAIN257 710 acre farm about five miles from town on good pike J mile from school church and store 100 acres fine tobacco land Nine room brink residence 240 barrel crib 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 boughtthefarmnon pike Tho place embraces 313 acres the consideration was 160 per acre the highest price ever paid for a Boyle count farm of the same size Mr Stiles bought the farm oie year ago and got an increase of 14000 over the price he paid for the runningtheBARGAIN 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 corh 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 purchaser 100 acres as fine bottom land as there is in the county HughesStanfordII PREACHERSVILLE Rev Pierce Bryant will at Sunday Mrs J Hi Rltrsby has been quite sick Mr Henry Blankenship has very poorly for some A young horse which Henry Lunsford was riding got scared at a dog tight and ran away after throwing the rider and dragging him for some distance A very bad scalp wound necessitated tak ing several stitches He is able to be out again ofGalenbought 111S0 pound hogs of P E Par rich at 7Jc J R Rigsby sold a sow and pigs to James Miller for 3250 Richardson Lawrence bought 26 shoats of J M Cress at 7ic J R Rk shy bought a mare at Stanford for 66 50 Hogs continue mighty gosh blamedhigh hereabouts We heard one farmer offer another 12ic for some bogs and we didnt notice whisky on his breath either Mrs Mollie Kirby of Paint Lick was here to seo her sick father M F Lawrence was at Gum Sulphur to see his father Miss Annie Belle Smith of near Walnut Flat visited her aunt Mrs Susan Cress Mrs Jane Bell who has been with her son James M Bell at Paint Lick has returned home Mrs W Blankcnship Misses Dora and and brother B L Blankenship were at Brodhead Friday to attend the burial of their grandmother J M Cress was called to Rockcaatle jutweek to attend the burial oP his h brother William Baker John Bell and wife were with his father J Y Former Lincoln County Man Re members His Home People HOLDKN W VATFeb llAs 1 have had the infinite pleasure of read ing letters in the columna of the I J from persons who once toasted of Lin coln county as their place of abode or asjthelr native county but who are now scattered throughout the Union and oven into the Dominion of Canada I consider it not out of harmony or in consistent to pen a few lines from tho hills of West Virginia Those who have not been so fortu nate as to have had the opportunity of spending at least a small portion of their lives in a mountainous region can have only a diminutive and prejudiced conception of the pleasures and tho fas cinating associations of such a life As the country life upon the Bluegrass plains of Kentucky possesses a fascina tion for the careworn people of the city just so the mountains of West Virginia with their life of simplicity combined with the grandeur and sublimity characteristic of them possesses a peculiar charm for those who dwell upon the plains Aside from these prevalent conditions and environments we are permitted to sip from the gushing springs that unadulterated aqua pura uncontaminated with conditions condu cive to the propagation of typhus and other disease germs This state of af fairs combined with the purity of the atmosphere because of the elevation makes conditions highly conducive to the health and vigor of the physical propensities Holder located in Logan county and the present abode of the writer boasts of the proud diatintion of being the model mining town of America if not of tho world Having a population of about 3500 it surpasses all others in size and in uptodate conveniences In striking contrast to the immortal seven hilled city of the Cicsara it occupies a series of as many small valleys and dales following closely the winding course of Island creek With the in coming of great numbers of miners weekly to make their abode and with the necessity of erecting more business houses and dwellings to conform to the increased population Holden bids fair to maintain that distinction which she now enjoys- It was the pleasure of the writer to accompany a party of young ladles and gentlemen through one of the mines on a car drawn by a donkey We travel ed in this fashion for several miles un der the mountains From personal ob servation and from the compilation of data it may safely be estimated that there is a sufficient amount of bitumi nous substance in the Appalachian sys tem to last this nation for several gen erations Respectfully WM M PEAVYIIOUSE Breathe Hyomel and relief from catarrh coughs sore throat or cold will come in two minutes G L Pen ny guarantees Hvomei to cure catarrh coughs colds and croup or money back Complete outfit 1 extra bottles SO- COliver Spitzer of the American Su gar Refining Co of Williamsburg N Y convicted of conspiracy in sugar underweighing frauds has started on his twoyear sentence in the Federal prison at Atlanta A ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRE farm on Rood pike Has two houses In 23 miles of railway station Land produces good tobacco Look at it and you will buy it Price only 2500 Stanford Real Estate Co J J BELDEN For house carriage and sign painting deco ratlvo paper hanging also buggy trimming of all kinds such as tops recovered curtains nnd boots made Htopover black smith shop Wet Main St Stanford Ky IhonejJo8 J JHBLDKK FARM FOR SALE I ANo1 farm 011M acres House has four room and a good cistern There Is a good barn and abundance of stock wider This land Is about half Virgin soil adapted to raising grnsshtty corn wbeltonta hemp and Is all In grass except about IRcre and Ion the pIke near good churches and depot and haI good orchard and outhousesLock fox 101 Stanford Kentucky Harry Jacobs Dealer in and Manufacturer of Marblo and Granite Monuments Marken and Posts Oemetery and Lawn Vases and Settees Offlc and works Mo Kinney Ky Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We carry an uptodate line of goods I t Cockerels For Sale 1 will have pure bred cockerels of differ ent strains on t1e Streets of Stanford and MIIBW1WiIiITEFairview In nFnNo4 Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock of Oro ceries and Hardware Doing n good busi ness Will Invoice Reason III health OKO D lION Jm HtnnforJ Ky FARM FOR SALE S My fnrtnaf fT acres of good tnndwoll Im saleItthe Maywood section House hasslx rooms New barn and other neeewary outbuildings A bargain It sold at once J1YINOHTOfnl 8eD CARTER New Livery Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY W A TRIBBLE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford Kentuclly CLEMENS HOTEL J L ELKIN Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKY Large airy outside rooms Commercial travelers a specialty Special rates by week or month The proprietor Is a former tincoin county man aud his friends should re member when stopping In his town The Great Texas Panhandle Web land Is the Utls of all wraith The street Investment anti tho wrest moneymaker Is rlcli terming land Oat Is still notIhandle Is the last of the rich level land for settlement In this country Fortunes will be made on the advance In prlco on these lands In the next few years Home seeker will go no further when they see It Kwlsb er county Is the gardens ot and f undo of be rich- eitlandnoclearingorgrubbing no Hoods or cyclones High altitude oil mate A proven wheat country First awarded our wheat at tbe National Corn Kxposltlon at Omaha Ne bra 1m For Free Illustrated booklet address JAMKH KIlYEBKeTuUACOMMKH hut CLUB TullaHwlshor Oount- yhePOSTED whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of tress atothe tulllextentofIII prosecute vi Mlsa Mettle hews Jelcb nbacb liraFred Unumnnn- UlburnUoocb ATTreylor N II Hummer NunnelleTJWJKllruce David Stevens John Uamenlich WmOordler naB Tralor M D Klraore UotllbOltck Fred llnndor- fJJThompson D III Anderson J K Moser Mr and Mrs Jai II lads A KIhnsa MrsNJ Norton LoganWHey Father Leo Ir O O Perry lIaugblUaaUrlllhloin Margaret Ooocb JRCob lanner GeoOGivons W IITraylor Ham Roberts John Juter Amend SchaeUr MJ Uotmann KT Ileaxley A It Mntheny sicyNJU Hundley It HUrow Mrs Nannie II Good fl K McClure Anderson Oarr Anton Ilonvcker VonUruenllanTCarpentertVJohn H Lo D Uhrlstlan Jacob Tom Ferrllt W 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0 08 15 7 7p 12CO 698 10 4 850 Pi till 000 308 500 a 48 400 r 208 300 2 28- 2L0 17eJ Mens Suits of Best Make i 125 00 Mens Suits 1008 22 50 4 16 48 2000 l 124 18 00 11 08 15 00 848 13 50 7 08 12 50 748 t 10 00 II 6 48 00II 548 800 405 7 boI r 4 68 r p10oBoys tSiI l I Straight and KnickeibockerPaab t 88 00 Suits I5 41 7 4840i650 4 48 5 00II 3 48 4 00t 27 3 00II 2 2I2 50II 14 2 00 U3 Hats Largest StocK in Town 84 00 John B Stetson Hats 12 N 3 50f 2 78 3 00 Hats 228 2 50 1 08 2 00 148 1 50 98 1 00 78 Mens WorstedPants Ducheu Trousers 5001t n 3 QI4 00 1 328 3 50 211 3 00II 219 2 50 1 01 200 1 48 1 50IIIIusHOYS PANTS Straight and KnickprLDckor 14c toLOS HEAVY FLEECED UNDERWEAR50c quality 38c 25c quality lOc All Shoes Go Below Cost Patent Vici Velem and Gun Metal 85 shoes at 33S 400 Shoes at 320 350 theca at 278 300 shoes at 229 250 shoes at 108 200 shoes at 108 150 shoes at 110 The Ball Band Felts4 00 Felts 346 3 50 293 00II r2 4C 2 5t 103 Rubbers 1 k J 2 25 Rubbers Ball Band 1 M 2 00II II 10 s 175 II tf 1 48iSaturday Jan J5 Tfiirty Days Days ft t Next Door to Lincoln County atlOnal Bank SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Be WintryBlassMay And tho Rain and Snow Fall but your stock will keep warm ie Nunnelleys New StockYards Plenty of Covered Pens and Feed and Water Best market In the State So bring them on Court Ly Second Monday I M BUUCE Assistant e3 I Lxr HJ 10 I