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A Utile daughter of John Duncan haa tho disease. aon of Allen Hoiruodied A at Yosmito of liraln fever and was burled at Green Hiver church. An attack of rheumatism, scarcity of news, cloao attention to business nnd fear of catchlnR the measles are a few excuses wo wish to oiler for failing to wrlto for the last two weeks. The burning and sewing of tobacco beds has been tho order of tho day In thta section for the last week or more. The crop In thia county will likely bo tho largest ever grown in the county. Tho putting up of tho wiro for tho lllg Four line was completed last week and the Farmers lino will reach here in a few days. Then If wo are not in IN NEIGHBORING STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1910. NEWS NOTES. NO. 101 COUNTIES. Bert Phillips, aged 27, Is dead at London. Golden & Flora, Richmond monument men, have usilgned. Tho widow of Duncan Goodloo, formerly of Boylo county. Is dead at Mrs. Elizabeth Venice Is dead nt Nlcholasvllle, aged 81. She left eight children. Dr. II. W. Cave is dead nt Danville. Presbyterian Ho wns a well-know- preacher. Somer J P. Kelsav. the set druggist, has opened a branch storo in South Somerset. Mrs James Hunt was fearfully burned at her home in lloyle by her clothes catching fire from an open grato. e E t communication with tho world generally It will not bo for tho want of telephone lines. Pr.nk Wllhttp. colored, booked 33 yellow suckers In tho creek near Frank Is nn on day last woek. expert at booking and when ho finds ono of tho finny tribe, cither winter or summer, ho "flxca his clock" right then and there. Q. It. Jones, who mado n trip to Frankfort last week, speaks In tho highest terms of Lincoln's representative In tho Legislature. Quince says If Casey should bo put Into tho Eighth Congressional district that he would be for Shanks for Congress. There was considerable atir hcrosomo days ago when it was rumored that an attempt was being made to remove tno county High School from hero to Liberty. Hut tho whole thing turned out to bo a fako. Supt. Lay denies having thought of interfering with the school, butQ. K. Jones thought thero was 'nough in it to go to Frankfort and InSix town lots were sold by K. B. Young hero Saturday. The prices were very satisfactory, running from $1W) to JCOO. John Henry Thomas, of the Casey County News, was the auctioneer and did his part well. Mr. Young haa several lota left and wo are glad to know that he will make good money out of his lato purchases. Barney Williams camo homo from Cincinnati to attend tho funeral of his father. Mrs. Helen Carter remains quite sick. Dr. T. H. Singleton, of McKinncy, was called to Yosemito Saturday to seo Mrs. Carter. Welby Hansford was hore Saturday to visit his W. H. McClure, of Mt. Olive, attended the town lot sale here Saturday and bought the Wesley property across the street from the Methodist church. Mrs. Delila Wesley went to Liberty to boo Dr. I. S. Wesley, who is Little John MurIII with pneumonia. phy returned to McKlnney Saturday after spending two weeks with his sister, Mrs. McD. Foglo. par-cnt- a. vestigate. , u look with a Journal was sold. great deal of personal Interest upon the passing of that able newspaper Irom the Walton family. In all tho 3S years of its service to humanity tho Intekiok Journal has beon owned by but two founder and first editor. familics-i- U Mr. F. J. Campbell (lato editor of the Somerset Journal), and tho Messrs. W. By prudent ssg 1 and E. C. Walton. aclty, thoughtful foresight, wonderful wisdom and unceasing zeal tho Interior Journal haa becomo luminous as a newspaper success and an Institution, amassing wealth beyond the dreams of Wo "East weclTTherStanford Intekioii Tho Williamsburg postofllco was robbed of its registered tetters, cash, etc. The loss is estimated at about $100. Clivo Douglas Browning, aged 11, was held in $500 to tho Federal grand jury for stealing money and parcels from tho Williamsburg postofllco. Tho record for the first 10 days In February show 12 drunks In police court, ono lewd association, two selling liquor to miners and four for gaming. Somerset Times. Tho nlant of tho Kentucky Singletree nnd Spoke Factory at Dunn- villc, Casey county, was destroyed by fire. Including a considerable quantity of timber and finished products. In an attempt to kill E. T. Caliroy near Slfckford. with nitro glycerino Wiivnn count v. Earl Slobaum was blown to atoms by the glycerine exploding at hia feet. Ho let the can drop in his excitement and anger. A Mt. Vernon dispatch says: bherlir T. J. Nicely nnd Judge L. W. Bethu-ruleft for Springfield, Mo , whore Harvey Smith, who murdered Ewing O'Ncll ten years ago in this county, was captured by the defectives. As soon as he had committed the murder Smith lied into the mountains. The Daughters of tho Confederacy, combined with thr efforts of the Con federate Veteruni, have raised funds with which an imposing monument haa been purchased to bo erected to tho memory of the many Confcderote sol diers who were killed at the battle of Perryvllle and buried in Danville. Four netltiens. one for each ward. are belnir circulated by the whisky peo ple asking for an election on that question. Some few, it seems, do not understand the petition and might sign it under the misapprehension that the local option peoplo havo a hand In these petitions. As stated above, they are beinc circulated nnd signed by those who want tho saloon, with all its accompanying horrors, restored to our now growing, prosperous and morally improved city. The temperance people aro not asking for a vote, for tho reason that they already ha-- o what they want. If you aro 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 peoplo will publish the names attached to them. This will show who's who. Harrodsburg Ini-L'- II. A. Dewltt, of Dayton, this State, suicided In Memphis. David Willnrd wns fleeted president or the B. & O. railroad. Frank D. Lafferty, at ono tlmo tho greatest of base ball pitchers, is dead. Thomns Davis was struck by an L. & N. trnin near Winchester and fatally injured. A gift of $100,000 from Alfred G. Vanderhilt to Yolo University i announced Aloise Wllkowski was killed by a blow on his head in a prlio fight in Chicago with Harry Gilmore. Judge Andrew Barnett, one of the oldest nnd most prominent members of the Louisville bar, is dead. Tho French trans Atlantic steamer, Gen. Chnnzy, wns wrecked near Majorca. Only one of the crew of 1G0 was saved. Charles Jarman, of Bourbon county, Is in jail at LexInKton, charged with sending obsccno matter through the mails. TT m -- it OVERCOATS! Winter Suits, AND ji Heavy Shoes, h 1 2 Harry K. Thaw's latest application for his rolcaso from tho Mattcawan State Hospital for the Criminal Insane was denied. William M. Bambergc, chief of the Underwear AT COST. agricultural Instruction department of tho Queen & Crescent railroad, died suddenly at York, Ala. Men interested in the production and manufacture of cotton formed nn or ganization nt Atlanta, known as the National Cotton and Cotton Products Cummins & Wearen, l Association. An indictment was returned by the grand jury of Kenton county against tho Latonla Racing Association on the charge of holding races without a li cense from the Kentucky Stato Racing Commission. Firo which originated in tho most central section of the business district of Vicksburg, Miss., destroyed two buildings besides damaging others in the Immediate vicinity and caused a loss approximating $300,000. Tha naval tug, Nina, with broken machinery, is lying nt the mercy of the waves. Eight vessels are speeding to her assistance and hopo to reach the little vessel before she goes to tho bottom with her crew of 32 men. The will of the lato Arthur Goebel, filed In Covington, leaves the entire to Justus Goebel. No estimate is made of the size of tho estate. Gov. William Goebel, on his death-be- d in 1900, left his estato to his brother es-ta- to ?VVsVjstsVsftM 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 discivcr Him taking something on the sly. I said to George with mild Intent: And he 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, "You've had enough, So take your pole and go." t555S 01 Stanford, Kentucky. V. Cbc Lincoln County national Bank Capital, Surplus, Resources, H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT' B. PAXTON, H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER V i !." "I'm feeling just a little dry," $5O,O0O.00 MATRIMONIAL. At Somerset William G. Denton and Miss Uortha Litton wore made husThe engagement of Mits Eleanor Butler Alexander, of New York City, to Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., is announced. Emory Watts and Miss Vesta Camp, of Perryvllle, stolo a march on the old folks and were mado husband and wife. Albert lliatt, of Brodhcad, and Miss student at Lilly Smith, a the Brown Memorial College, Mt. Vernon, eloped to Jeffersonvillo and were married. Laura Uleircr. tho former actress, is the defendant in a suit by Mrs. Agnes Mary Hendrlck In New York. Tho lat ter asks $100,000 from the actress, whom sho charges of atlcniatlng her husband's aifectlons. Formal announcement of tho engage ment of MIm Eleanor Itobson, tho actress, to August Belmont, financier and millionaire turfman, has been made. Tho engagement had been reported on n number of occasions, but always de nied. band and wife. I" avarice. It Is comforting to know that so able a newspaper man as Mr Shelton Sauf-le- y haa purchased the Interior Jourthe nal, which is synonymous to saying Wo paper will continue supurcxrellent. hope with all our heart that Editor E C Walton will not retire from tho journalistic Held. Such a contingency 'would mean a Stato calamity. Somerset Journal. Here and There. mado $11,515 for tho Cornell Football football department last year. Percy Johnston, of Lebanon, ono of the Kentucky national bank examiners, has resigned. The Senato adopted tho Elklns resolution providing for an investigation of the causes underlying the hlghor cost of living, by a select Senato committeo of seven. Clarke Howell, editor or the Atlanta Constitution, democratic National committeeman from Georgia and a director of tho Associated Press, was stricken with appendicitis and is In a dangerous Howard Little, who murdered Mrs. Betsy Justis, her George Meadows,and the latter'a wife nnd three children in their homo near Hurley, Buchanan county, Va., was put to death by electrocution in the peniten tiary nt Richmond. Mrs. Daphne Floyd, a native of Ver sailles, 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." Domestic infelicity is reported as the causo of her act. Roland Flower, a Negro convict, escaped from a turpentine camp in Florida, went to tho home of Mrs. Mary two miles away, and assaulted her. Tho Negro was captured after being shot and was taken to Tampa under heavy guard, where he was lodged in jail. Dr. B. C. Hyde, whoso wife Is a niece of Col. Thomas II. Swopo, the Kansas City millionaire, was arrested on a war rant charging him with the murder of Col. Swopo. Tho prosecuting attorney consented to bail being fixed and Dr. Hyde was released after furnishing bond in tho sum of $50,000. Mora than 4,000,000 acres of public lands, which wtrj included in the forest domain, were thrown out and will bo availablo for homestead settlement, by tho action of President Taft, when ho approved the plans for tho classification of forest lands, which was formulated by Gilford Pinchot. That strychnine was found by Dr. Hektoen and Dr. Haines in tho contents of the stomach of Miss Margaret Swope, a niece of the late Thomas II. Swope, and was revealed In a report from the two Chicago chemists, was brought out In Kansas City in tho course of the deposition of John G. Paxton. Mr. Paxton said that strychnine had been "found In large son-in-la- 43,000.00 340,000.00 w.:m. BRIGHT, CASHIER, J. W. ROCHESTER. ASST. CASH HVYS FOST6R, CLERK. This happened on the liver 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. ye placid streams, A sad good-by- e The fisher's head's turned gray, We must dismiss you from our dreams As we wind up and stroll away. Danville. Feb. 10, 1910. DIREOTORSt 0. Walker, Stanford; John kin, Lancaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; W. H. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. H. Cummins, Preachersville; Lilburn Gooch, Gilberts Creek. S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter.Stanford B. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. 0. Ran- FIRST NATIONAL BANK,. WAYNESBURG. condition. Is when you do some great deed or "Col. Thomas H. Swopo came to his some wonderful fact. This .loath lit, ri.ninn nf strychnine adminis discover Kocky Mt., N tered in a capsule by Dr. B. C. Hyde, hnur camo to J. Il.l'ltt. but whether with felonious Intent or I C , when be was suffering Intonsoly, ho not, we, tho jury, aro unable to HAV." Ha a. "from the worst cold I atfnr.Y.a.1 This verdlet was rendered by the cor- I then proved to my groat satisfaction oner's jury at Independence, Mo. what a wonderful Cold andCoughcure Struck A Hloh Mine. Dr. King's New Dlscovory Is. For, S. W. Hoods, of Coal City, Ala., after taking ono bottle I was eutlroly says ho struck a perfect nilno ofhoalth cured. You can't say anything too in Dr. Klmr's Now Life I'llls for they rood of a medlolno like that," Its tho cured hlra of Liver and Kidney trouble surest and best remedy for diseased The Best Hour of Life. Life on Panama Canal Has bad one frightful drawback-malari- a trouble that has brought suffering Tho gorms and death to thousands cause chills, fever undsgue, bllllous-nus- i, I uu nil Ice, lassitude, weakness and general debility. But Kloctrlo Hitters never fall to destroy them nod cure malaria troubles, "Three bot tles completely cured me of a very se- tere attack of malaria," writes Win, A. Fretwell, of Luc am a, N. C, "and after 12 years of suffering. They are ljngs, Hemorrhages, Latlrippe', Asth- I've bud good health ever slnco." the best pills on earth for Constipa- ma, Hay Fever or any throatjor lung Cures Stomach, Liver, and Kidney tion, Malaria, Ileadacho. Dyspepsia, tronblo. 60c., $1, Trial bottle free. troubles and prevents typhoid. 60c. Quirsnteed by Penny's Drug Store. Dsblllty. Meat Penny's Drug Store. Guarantee! by Peony' J Drug Store. STANFORD, KENTUCKY Miss Beatrice Reynolds visited relatives and friends here last week. She expects to leave for her home in Turon, ORGANIZED IN 1882. Kansas, this week. Miss Ina Reynolds CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. visited her sister at McKlnney SaturSURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. day. Messrs. A. J. Johnson and EdHAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS,$2J6,500 ward Estes are very ill with pneumonia. While fighting fire near her homo ComblnesiAbjoIuteJSafety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety near Eubanks, Mrs. Sallie Williams was severely burned and Is not expect- Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. ed to livo. Mrs. II. II. Singleton has returned from Louisville, much improved in OFFICERS. DIRECTORS. health, after undergoing a surgical opF. Held, J II, Baughman, President; S. Hocker, eration for tumor. News comes from M. D. Elmore. J. M. Pettus. S. T. Harris, South Carolina that Charles Singleton, II. C. Baughman, J. V, Cummins, son of Hundley Singleton, of this place, John J. McRoberts, Cashier, S. T, Harris, no. C. Robinson, has been very ill with pneumonia slnco II. C. Baughman, Asst. Cash'r E. C. Walton, J. S. Hocker. returning from a visit home. Mrs. PolWAV. Saunders, Bookkeeper, C, E. Tate. ly A. Singleton, who has been visiting her children, has returnod to her home 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 visiting their sister, Mrs. Harness, near Bee Lick. W. M. Smith has been conTO THR fined to his room for several weeka with the grip. t; V m I WINTER TOURIST TICKETS Dying in a hospital at Laporte, Ind., II. E. Capps, of Atlanta, Ga., told Cor-onOsborn that a brakeman on the Lake Shore railroad had thrown him and a companion from the train. Capp and the dead body of another man wero found at the side of the railroad near or SOUTH and SOUTHEAST ON SALE DAILY QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31st. 1910 For Full i that city. M. P. Woodrow, a Rhodes scholar from Kentucky, won the Vinerlsn law scholarship at Oxford University. The scholarship is among the more important of those open to competition. Prtlcolit. cill oa, or writ. U. C. KING. P. & T. A.. 101 B. M.l. Sc, Leibtftoi, Kj. 4 I ..U.-k-. . ,. jim-fi- iiiit- -i w!j!MirttrtiK Afasatrfiwws to? A v. iwp-'PIS- "' m. ' r If .r ;! iff Gor. Folk, of Missouri, hss been ofA bill making Commander Robert E. discoverer of the fered 140,000 to deliver a aeries of lecMuch interest is being manifested by Peary, U. S. N democrats here in the alignment in the North Pole, arear admiral, was pawed tures. 8HELTON M- - SAUFLEY, Eight district for the coming Congress- by the Senate. Indications are that There aro about 170,000 OWHKIt. No one doubts that the measure will receive the approval wells In tho United States, representional nomination. ing directly nnd Indirectly an outlay of HON. HARVEY HELM, Congressman Helm will bo in tho run- of the House. of IJncoln county. U cundld.itj lot The Senato commlttco on Ranks and $700,000,000 hlRnlho ning again right from tho jump, but for Ooniren from dimiet.iulijcot to tho action of the domo-rati- from Indications here it seems proba-bi- o Ranking has decided to report favoraCharles Forkncr was acquitted of tho potty. that ho Is not going to have a bly tho bill Introduced by Senator R. murder of Tandy Haggard. Tho killing walk-ove- r this time. Former Repre-- M. Arnett for tho issue of bonds to the occurred In Clark county ljut tho case Frankfort Newa by The New Editor. sentatlve Jero Sulllvnn, of Madison, extent of fBOO.000. It Is Bald tho bill ws tried at Richmond on a change of In and William Jennings Price, of Roylc, will strike a snag In tho House, whero venuo. Frankfort. Feb. bill warmed up con- havo both been here recently, and while most of the members favor interest- At Whistler, Ala , flvo miles north of the County Unit siderably last week when tho State con not positively, have practically notified bearing warrcnto. Mobllc.lKatlo Walters, aged 14, was astheir friends that they aro going to be vcntlonof tho Kentucky saulted by nn unknown Negro, who, This and That. League held a tthrco days' session nt in tho running also. Mr. Sulllvnn Is nfter committing the crime, bent her tho capital. Everything went along undoubtedly ono of tho biggest men in Mrs. Iva Murphy, aged 111, is dead head cruelly. Wat-kin- s, Revenge h now believed to bo tho the State In every sense, and will nave Jn Cfty counly quietly enough until Senator J. J. of Unlonlcounty, an enthusiastic a strong following. Mr. Price's olo- vVllliam Palland Mfss Josephine Hun motive for the murder of Charles option man, stated in a speech before quenco nas neon nearu an over um the wealthy glove manufacturer, ter, vnudevillo performers, were united and ho has a great many friends in marriage nt Danville, the convention thathehad heard strong who wn found dead in hM factory in rumors that;$20,000 had been paid for who want so see him go to Congress. John F. Shultz' big tobacco barn Chicago with 37 stiletto wounds in his four votes in tho1Scnato to bury the A rnce between thesothrco would provo near Mt, Sterling burned and 15,000 body. County Unit bill. Tho Senato Imme- a good ono. Nothing has been done pounds of the weed went up In smoke. Commander Robert E. Peary, discovdiately got busy and an investigating about tho method or tlmo of solccting t Wado H. Ellis was elected republican erer of tho Notth Pole, hna made n committee wasjappointed to see if any tho democratic nominee. It is whls- - iKflprnqn nt Ctr nml tho Tnff Imrmrt proposition to tho Nntionnl Geograph- of the members had sold out. Gov. pored here that tho opposition to uon- proRram wn9 put throURh nt DayH leal Society, which If accepted, will Cox named ajreliable committee and it gressman jieim nas me corarauw menn that nn Amerfcnn expedition will ton ' q ' ... . ,. be on its way to discover tho uncon- went to work at Jonce, behind closed that bo trub, it lobks from this distance p. doors. Few bellevetthat tho investiga- llkn a convention, nrobably lato in tho Santa Ana, Cnl., Register, was elected .nucrcd South Polo next Fall tion will develop anything tangible in Bummer. Rut there's no telling yet president of tho National Editorial AsA Chance For Homeseekers. the shape of evidence of bribery. If what may be done. sociation nt their convention in New travcis rntwn IIP men were bought they are not going to Yuma, Aniz , Feb. 9th. Will you "r'eans-vencTho Stato Board of Equalization con- tell it; and the men who paid the money ' In a scrape at Steams between Wal- - pleaso mention in your paper that on hero last week nnd if It carries arc not going to tell it, so thero you March 1st tho government will open are. The old Scotch verdict of "guilty out tho recommendations of Gov. Will- - ter blynn, of Uurnslde, and Geo. rrvc. for settlement nearly 7,000 acres of wlllundoubtedly ob- son, taxes on tne termers oi uiu oium of tho former place, Flynn was shot but not proven" Yuma Indian reservation, under tho tain in the minds of many who have are going to be boosted considerably. through the abdomen nnd died Sunday. Yuma project. This is offered in watched the proceedings. The liquor The attention of tho board has been Fryo was shot five times in tho arm. tracts to homesteaders. forces have their lobby here and they called to tho fact that much very fine The Supremo Court of Kansas made The Southern Pacific R. R. runs have never been known to lack for farming land is being assessed year in a limited ouster order against the In- through the land and it is within a few money, nor to be sparing in the spend and year out at a figure far below its ternational Harvester Company. The miles of the city of Yuma. ing of it when they .wanted oomething real value. The republicans need mon- order prohibits the company from mak Also on May 18, in the Palo Verde done. They have apparently accom- ey very badly to carry on the affairs of ing exclusive contracts with agents in Valley, 100,000 acres in tracts plished what they wanted. The people State and pull the treasury out of debt, Kansas. will be opened to homesteaders. means can make their own verdict. and this is going to bo ono of tho n attempt was made to burn tho This land is in California and on tho MECCA FOR'.VISITORS. that they will employ to raiso it. The ijnoviHe jail by Negro inmates, who Colorado river; abundanco of water for is the Mecca for visitors immense production of tobacco and the hoped to escape in that way, but the Frankfort irrigation; longest growing season in from all parts of thoiStato during the high prices demanded for good tobacco pr0mpt action on the part of tho jailer tho United States; healthy climato. Legislative session, and the influx this land is going to be one of tho excuses saved the building and thwarted the These ore unusual opportunities for time is larger than ever before, as so for piling the burden heaver on tho prisoners. securing a home, and I want some capitol. Ev farmer. Any excuse will do os well, Kentucky people man7 wish to see the new Mis Myrtle Abrams. who lived here the land office at for neighbors. forWrite furLos Angeles eryone is greatly pleased with it. It is however. It's simply tho case of the ad- when her uncle, Sam Levy, ran the ther information. W. B. Cloyd. truly n credit toJKentucky and to the ministration facing the next State cam- Grand Leader Dry Goods Store, was democratic adminstration which made paign with a big deficit in the treasury married at Versailles to Samuel Jacobs, Staggers Skeptics. possible the construction of such a staring it in the face, and determined of Tucson, Ariz., lait week. She is a That a clean, nice, fragrant comedifice. It, was built without to do something to pull out of the hole. handsome beautiful girl and an accomplished mu- pound liko Itucklcn'fl Arnica Halve graft by the democrats and has been Meanwhile the big corporations are go- sician. will Instantly rollevo a bad burn, cut, completed without graft by the repub- ing to get by, as usuul, without paying One thousand Graves county farmer?, scald, wound or piles, staggers skepTate was over from anything like their fair share of the licans. Clarence provo its n wonStanford to see the capitol and watch taxation burdens; and it is not believed interested in good roads, are preparing tics. But great cures of worst sores, ulcers, the Legislature. John Owsley Reid that the republican State Board of Val- to go to Mayfield Feb. 21 and march to derful healer the court-bouswhere the fiscal court boils, felons, eczema, skin eruptions, and BledseeJBailey drove over in tht uation and Assessment will have the the will bo in session. Their purpose is to as also chapped hands, sprains and former's motor car and took in the nerve to place the tax on whisky any 25c nt Penny's Drug aichts. While refilling his gasoline higher. The board did mako a tenta- ask tho court to take immediate action corns. Try it. Store. managed to catch fire in tive rnise last year to $10 a barrel, but in the way of building gravel roads. tank the fuel some way and Mr. Reid had one of his the big distillers got busy and tho fighands badlv burned. He was able to ure was put back to $D. Tho extra dolproceed home, however. lar would mean a lot to the treasury, STANFORD BOYS MAKE GOOD. when the immense output of boozo in Two old Lincoln county boys are now Kentucky is considered. It will be the stationed at Frankfort and are making farmer, however, who will have to pay good. They arc Joe Lynn Coffey and the fiddler, and not tho distiller, when Everett Stone. The former Is a guard the raise in taxes is mnde to pay the S. M. S. at the penitentiary, along with Capt State out of debt. Bob Gentry, also from Lincoln. Capt. Coffey haslbeen here but a few months The speech of Senator Hey burn, of ARE OPENED UP AND READY FOR YOU TO LOOK and has made.'good in fine fashion. He Idaho, opposing the leasing of some AT, ALL la already retarded as one of the most government tents for the Confederate capable men mi Warden Mudd's staff; reunion, was the most disgusting exhiyet courteous and bition of malice and evil prepense we with a capacityto handle the men he is have ever read. This fellow, who acover with the least friction. Captain knowledged he did not go to war. Gentry, who haslbeen here for Beveral fought the Lost Coubo over again nnd Nothing Carried over from Lnst.Year. years, is'onelof the most experienced said things of Lee nnd of his soldiers n men on the penitentiary staff and high- that none but a craven would. is a disgrace to his kind and to ly regarded by the officials. Everett Stone is on the night Bhift of linotype the State that honors such a creature. operators at the office of the Frankfort Fortunately the Senators did not take News' big printing plant. He is one him seriously, but voted solidly to let of the best in the business and draws tho veterans have the tents, Heyburn big money. Everett has been working alone voting in tho negative. It was a in Louisville forlseveral years and do- fitting and a stinging rebuke. ing well. There is almostjnothing about Twenty-eigh- t counties in Kansas a printing plant that hejdoes not know, have no poor farm tenants, 21 no conand he is so proficient that be victs in the penitentiary, 36 no prisonthe highest pay. ers in the reformatory and 52 with no A POPULAR. 8TATE OFFICIAL. This Few visitors to the capitol pass by prisoner serving sentence in jail. of Appeals with- is a statement sent broadcast by the the office of the Court out stopping in for a pleasant call with Kansas Society In Chicago and speaks Napier Adams, the clever clerk. Mr. well for a "dry" State. Adams hails from the good county of Since Mayor Gaynor. of New York Pulaski, and though he has been here city, took charge of that city's affairs less than three years, he probably has 523 useless offices have been abolished, just as many friends here in proportion saving the taxpayers $623,000 a year. to his Btay, as he has back home. good work continues the great being elevated to this position, If the to some day decreaso of Pulas- city may be able Mr Adams was clrcuifclerk her bonded indebtedness. ki, and he acquired a training there which has made him one of the most Chief of Police Steward, of Chi efficient clerks the State has ever had. cago, announces tnnt in onier to pro- -- Is offering tho best He always has a pleasant word for vent confidential information from everyone and a hearty greeting for leaking out" ho will employ a woman friends from over tho State. Quiet, stenographer. Who ever heard of a almost reserved In demeanor, he knows woman keeping a secret? how to make friends, and is regarded POLITICAL. as a tower of strength by the republiFOR ONLY 20c ever made. cans in his section. In fact, it is whisThe diplomatic and consular bill, car hero that Air. Adams ia one f pered rying appropriations aggregating more the main spokes in tho than $3,700,000, was patsed by tho Na "machine" In Pulaski. He vigorously J. T. WHITE, Scc'y. Yf. 8. FISH, Treas. R. B. MAHONEY, Pros. tional House. res en to any such suggestion, however, New York that News comes from modestly declaring that he is no more Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., will make the than an humble follower in the ranks race for Representative from either of the "organization." Strong as he Oyster Bay or a city district. Is, however, Mr. Adams declares that In hia Bpeech at the Lincoln day ban he is now through with politics, and quet, Gov. Hughes, of New York, prefor nothing more will be a candidate dicted that President Taft would be when his term here is concluded. and elected president for n Knowing his strength In the Eleventh nominated of the puty leaders here second term. district, Borne Tho Rennet white slavp bill regulat-im- r are endeavoring to get him to make anthe traffic in immoral alien women Farms, houses nnd lots for rent, talo or exchange, Persons des'ring quick other State race in 1911, but he says he was passed by tho United States SenIt, and is willing to will have none of bales or purchases in realty of all kiwis,. Cull on or ate practically in tho same form as let some one else have a chance. Clerk passed by the House. write us nt STANFORD, KY. Adams is given material assistance In bill abolishing tho city attorney's The the conduct of his office by his attrac- office at Louisville nnd creating in lis tive slater, Miss Delia Adams, also of place the office of corporation counsel Somerset, and by other capable passed the Kentucky House of Representatives by a voto of 61 to 16. The Interior Journal. THB C0N0RR8SI0NAL RACE. Good Every Day. t U.-Int- erest Anti-Saloo- n Here are some things you heed every day in the year, wet or dry, hot or cold. You use the same weights, styles and colors. Wilt-Bhlr- e, uis-tri- ct OVERALLS And we have just sized up on them and can fit you any size from a childs No. 5 to a mans size 50. ' ,. " a d Suspenders, The same every day in the year, the "HARRIS" is the best. 25c to $2 pair. ro - DRESS SHIRTS, 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. 160-acr- e NECKTIES. If you Did not See our necktie WindoV last Week it was Your Misfortune, But it is not too late, come inside and see them. T. .V e, r" OUR BUGGIES New Stock, J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. R. H. Coffey O. L. Feuuy E. R. Coleman Dr. Hess' Poultry Panacea Will make hens lay, cure tham ot disease and keep them ia good thrifty condition. Hey-bur- W. H. HIGG1NS, The increase in tho number of eggs laid, will more than pay for the small expense of feeding. It is told nt Penny' Drug Store. I H Stanford, Kentucky. I com-san- PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. Stop, Look, BBSaBBBBBBBBBBEBEW Listen, He-fo- re l. Orchard, Ry., l CrabSanders: Six Ring All Leather Halter American Wire Fence. " MjJHRHHHHjHBfflHHHHMHBHHB J1IHHHHHBhBHHH ll JP iHHHMHHHjj mtmmmmimmmmmmmmimtmBmmmmummmmHitim immtmmHWkit,M,.i tTWxmst ea mot The Citizens Realty and GEORGE Title Co. H. FARRIS, Stanford. RURAL TELEPHONES. MR. FARMER: Mako your home an modem for your family as a city residenco, and plaeo younclf iu it position to got tho latest market quotations ut nny time. This cau bo accomplished by means of our tclephouo service, which you and your neighbors can get fur a sum that is small compared with tho benefits received. Call or nddrcM our nearest ofHce or writo direct- - to headquarters, Nasbvillo, Tenn., for information regard! ug our special "Fur-liter- s' Lino" ruto. If you uro not ut present enjoying tolcphouo eorvico, wo can immediately interest you. Our lined cover tho States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and tho Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. EAST TENNESSEE TEL. A TEL. CO. IMWJItrOUATKI)) t Promptness and Reasonable Commissions Our Specialty. 'Phone 200. ! It Ufffc4lMI-- pKmmli.ltA L3rfUjj " V - i . -- t COME, LOOK, BUY, 3 A Value Extraordinary, i 6 3-4- c TWO THOUSAND YDS EXTRAQUALITY Dress Duck Tho kind that usually sella nt 10c yd. We bought this extra large lot order to get at this low price. On Mile WED- NESDAY at 0?c. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. I 4 CVani-ohd- & SON, STANFORD KY. L. IS. , Ky., - Fi:b. .i, 1010 O I Nef.dI.E8, Hobblns an J Shuttles for nil tewing machines at Penny's Orutf Store. PERSONALS. Mns. Silas Anoeksos is very sick, Mn. J. W. Hayden was over from I'sris last week W. W. WiTHKna was over from Lox-Ingt- yesterday. Dk. M. K. Pennington, of London, was here last week. Mn. AND Mm. W. 1. Kincaid were In Lebanon Sunday. .', Mn. L. Wearen Hughes, of Louisville, spent Sunday here. MrtH. J. S. Owsley left Saturday for Franklin to visit her homofolks. Kev. S. M. Logan, of Wilmore, carao over to eee Mr. Geo. I). Sauflcy. MlBS Hattib DUMIAM, of Lancaster, has been with tho Misses Aldrldge. Hev. W. H. Horrn. of Louisville, spent Sunday with his parents hero. Misses Mattik and Eliza McHee aro visiting their aunt In the country. Mb. Geo. Ii. Colson has moved from Richmond to tho Preachersvillo section. J. E. Rout came up from l)ulsvillc r. to attend tho burial of Mr. Zsn Dud-dcra- ' tho namo Mr. and if DonoTHY Susan Is have Riven their It. M. Newland Mrs. littlo daURhter. Waltkii Hkavins, who has boen e for James Mcllee. leaves his homo in Mahomet, III. W. E. SfAycLEH, formerly of tho Crab Orchard section, orders the 1. J. sent to him at I'rlnccton, W. Va. Mr. Ernest Wariiun and wife, of Middletboro, attended the burial of her brother, Mr. II. M. Hallou, at Lances-te- r. vis-itlny County Attorney W. S. Iluncn. Illedioe Hailcy and John Owsley Held were hero from Stanford. LexInRton Herald. Mrs. Susan Yeacer and Miss Frances Cooper witnessed the Marie Dressier matinee nt the Auditorium in Lexington Saturday. and Missts l Mrs. James F. Cummins Uary Zellcr and Ida Lee Cummins spent Saturday and Sunday with Crab Or- chard friend. Mr. Ed DuOEKAR and wife and Mr. T.T, Martin came up from Uirmlne- h.m in attend the burial of the for- Xlntr's brother, Mr. Zan Dudderar. Mrs. Homer Carpenter, of Shelby-viiland Miss Patsy Pruitt, of Lexington, ore guests of the former's parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Carpenter. Messrs. A. B. Florence, A. L. Pence and Earl Coleman took the chapter decree in Masonry at Danville Thursday night. Prof. J. W Irelahd, Dr. T. W. Pennington ond Judge J. N Mcnefce, Jr., went over and saw the e, For farming Implements, fancy field slvo rendition of selections nt the fu-- , ncral of Miss Alice Cabell. Many beauseeds etc., sou W. It. Hfgglns. -m tiful floral designs completely covered Ilia discount on winter Lap Robes her grave. Having known her from inNothing worthy of mention was done and Horso Hlankcts. J. C. McClary. In tho county court yesterday. fancy, Rov. J. Q. Montgomery spoke -- Hay harness gelding nnd Wk have forms in Hardin county In of her hfo ns deserving of imitation and For Sale. tracts to 900 acres, and prices her reward of eternal rest. runabout. Apply to E. C. Walton. Fondly loved by all who know her, from 300 to $11,000. Thcso lands pro Pure Cnnnel block coal nt Denhnm's dtico fine Hurley tobacco. Stanford Many farewell tears were shed, Now her dreams of lifo aro over yards at 18c per bushol delivered In Real Estate Co. And her gentle spirit fled, town. Have your pictures framed. All work Gono to yonder shining shore Miss Mollib Goldstein drew the guaranteed neat nnd well finished. Do LJccauso her Savior loved her more. beautiful silver set at Shugars & Tan- not forget tho counter; some ner's. great bargains on it. Our lino of Spring CHURCH MATTERS. samples of suits and overcoats is here. W. K. Siiuoars, Jr., bought of Rev. J. H. Smith was arrested at Let us make your clothes and save you Lynn IVnco a pony, cart and harness Evansville, Ind , on the chargo of formoney. Adams Bros., Hustonville. at a fancy price. gery. He claims to be an Episcopal The heaviest snow In years fell hero rector. I llVK for sale as agent, several Friday and Friday night. Somo say it Rev. C. R. Blain, of Louisville, deshares of stock in the Hustonville Nawas 10 inches deep but the moro con clined a call to the pastorate of tho tional Hank. E C. Walton. servative claim that it was only eight. Presbyterian church hero, but will My spring stock of buggy harness is Several days or very colu weatner nt Hustonville, wo aro informed. the snow and many aro impressIn. You can get choice now. Quality nnd The Christian church nt Livingston price count. J. C. McClary. ed with the fact that the g. h. saw his has called Elder J. G. Livingston, of shadow. this county, to preach ono Sunday in of Saturday was tho anniversary each month nnd he has accepted. We farm about seven miles from. congratulate the congregation on secur Abraham Lincoln's birth but few of our people took notice of the fact. Stanford. Land all cleared and In good ing the services of so good a man. cottage, state of cultivation; Rev. D. M. Walker, who has taken Lost, between Stanford nnd Huston- barn, double crib, etc. Right on pike, some pnins to ascertain, finds that less Sunday, a buggy rug. Howard. ville closo to good school house and church than CO people in this little city of over Will Adams, liveryman, Stanford. Well watered nnd in good community. 1 2,000 inhabitants attend prayer meetFor Sale. Lot of locust posts. and fenced. Price J2.0C0. Stanford ings. He made this startling stateWill cut to order. J. M. Ware, Stan- Real Estate Co. ment from his pulpit Sunday morning. ford, It. F. D. No. 1. Telephone No. Friends of George S. Wilson, Speak- This doesn't speak well for tho people er of tho House, are pulling hard for of tho best town on the map. Kankin, of Wayno county, has tho bill creating tho county of Wilson Dave Rear Admiral Robley D. Evans, re of parts of Pulaski, Wayno nnd Whitbought of Yates Hudson his charged that the great railroad new county tired, farm.v close to Camp Dick Kobinson, at ley counties. Tho proposed systems of the country are trying to Is to be named for Speaker Wilson, $125. kill the Panama Canal. -which gives the measure considerable Auditor Frank P. James' home in Those indebted to the estate of Dr. prestige with members of the present Frankfort was damaged by tire nnd once or I will General Assembly. L. It. Cook must settle at Tho Legislators escape from be compelled to collect tho accounts by want the now county, but tho people do the family had a nurrow law. Mrs. L. B. Cook, udmx. L. Ii. not. As the former now have their suffocation. It ! now believed that there is seri Cook. inning, the chances are they will get ous doubt about the constitutionality of THE Ladies Aid Society of the Chris-tia- n what they want, the i03tal savings bank bill in Its pres ent form. church will meet in the lecture THE Frankfort correspondent of the Len G Hall, secretary of Congress o'clock Saturroom of the church at 2 Louisville Times says: "Senator Took man A. O. Stanley, died at Ins home day afternoon, when a full attendance Hubble, of Lincoln county, is the own- at Henderson Sunday of pneumonia. is greatly desired. Tho special grand jury that is to er of the race hone, T. M. Greene, the deaths in tho Swope fam Those Indebted to the firm of Trib-bl- e which has finished first past tho post ily, begun its work yesterday. & Pence aro requested to settle several times at Jacksonville recently. their accounts at once. The firm has The hefty Senator keeps in closo touch dissolved and their affairs must be with the "dope" on his horso and always manages to have something straightened up. W. A. Tribble. jRCC00W,SKUK,USKRAT TRAPPERS I MINX, OPOSSUM 14 OTHER "down" when his racer shows his ATTENTION! J KINDS. WRITEF0R SPECIAL THE old and reliable nursery firm of heels to tho rest of his company. I QUOTATIONS. ADORESS, II. F. Hillinmeyer & Son, Lexington, When a telegram from tho Florida A. E. BURKHARDT,-ClRChflltl, 0. '-. begin their regular spring advertise- track came to Senator Hubble In the ment with us this issue. If you are Senate chamber apprising him of tho needing anything in their line write fact that his horso had won out, several them. They will treat you right. of his friends remarked that it was mm The examining trial of Will Mont "pretty fat" for him to havo a horso next mrtt- I will npoly torn imroleat '""""' gomery for killing Will Stephens in the bringing him the coin, while they had a ingoiliitt i ion ru 01 inionunim East End of the county last week, set hard time collecting from tho Stato for their services as solons." Friday, was continued until D. Weaken has been made notary public. Jesse a Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Mnrtin m Novelties, Etc. Everything tlmts new, gotxl and desirable in belts, bag?, linir tmamenW, jewelry etc. Elastic belts variously trimmed and combined with leather arc the favorites. New bags in tho large and medium size-with strapped handles, black leads in color with brown, tans nnd groys quite strong. Turbans nnd Turban pins nre tho things for tho head drew. We have a large assortment of coronet hair pins also coronet braid, buckles nnd barrettce, wc are nlso showing an immense line of new collar and belt pins. Our line of novelties in neck wear for this season is better than ever, it is necessary for you to see the line in order to appreciate tho values wc have in stock. , ac-o- HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., six-roo- Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. 7-- 260-acr- Farmers Attention! Remember we carry the Hishest grade of FIELD SEEDS. RAW FURS BOUGHT The Genuine Oliver Plows, AND A LARGE STOCK OF COLLARS HAMES, CHAINS. ETC. ' u t NOTICE! tc W. E PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. . for ti t Boyd Weatherford, of Danville, homo over Sunday. A MKKTINQ of the secretaries of the Juno II. Reid, of Corbin, is home for fairs of this section will be beld in Dan- a few days. Mrs. Roy Rose, of EtoT0IACC0 FARM FOR RENT ! y purpose of organizville for the wah, Tenn., is the guest of her parents, ing a circuit for the coming season. 1 dpilrotn rent nut tor the orttent yenr a Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Morse, this week. work well done. ninlltolmccolurmof luncrt near drove, Stanford, Harrodsburg, Lawrenccburg, num. Milton McCormack, our south paw C'ney county, tlooil uweliing Bnu ryn-burMr. It. L. McKechnie, of Tampa, Lancaster and Danville embrace tho II. roley, or twirler, has signed with the Paris team Write Ky.,apply to H.O. It. r". D.Ko.4. been made general membership of the organization. Flo., has recently of tho Bluo Grass League for this year . manager of the home office of tho J S farm three miles from Stan- at a nice advance over last year's sala Lifo Insurance Co. at that American e of Squire James ford on good pike and in splendid com(tore-rooplace. Ho Is a son Crab Hustonvlllo Hop Club gave a very Goir Hotel, at itrect,Orchard, a!o post Juit aerosi cottage with ollloootflcethree McKechnio and marrlsd tho pretty and munity. In high statu of cultivation; o( or nnd n dance Friday night in tho bright Miss Flonnio Hammond, of thia has a two story f ramo dwelling, new enjoyable building. AH neccumry outballdlngi). An elegant lunch rootni. MILS. Oil KTIHCIOVKK. barn nnd all necessary outbuildings. now Lair county. UruuUrcburd, Ky. Placo woll watered nnd fenced. Will atll:30r M was served by tho Hotel Weatherford. o sell at right figure. Stanford Real LOCALS. Claimants 1 crop of Notice James Grubbs sold his Co. Look at W. II. logins poy rigs. tobacco at 15c a pound. Ho expects to Thone bnvlnKclalmn ngalnit tka etnte of New-lanIt now looks as if there will not be a raise a larger crop this year. John K. thu late J. V Llnthlmin will premnt them owFoil field seeds call on T. D. petition filed for a whisky election. Baughman sold a fine young jack to A. uroptTly erMed turnout once. Those Immediately. ing the estate will plenio . M. 'AHK, K. Tho threat of tho Sun to publish the Quisenbury, of Illinois, for $2,000. 'V TonACCO canvas, all grades, at names of tho petitioners is having a When a man gets so penurious that McKlnney, Ky. . rv.. most splendid effect. Somo peoplo will ho goes boyond tho bounds of business liugnes, ttiumu wo. and Ornamental Trees ! do things privately that thoy will not get a few pennies, do you Fruit Piano tor Sale. Square variety. do if tho acts are to bo given to the pub- courtesy to think he is entitled to any leniency? Will sell cheap. Applyatthia office and (tardea, lic, Verily, publicity is a good thing. Answer through these columns please. Keri thing for Orchard. Lawn yUuts. Ono Million Hlrawbsrry Piuoville Snn. Kreo Catalogue, Northcott'a prices on all kinds of Tom Murphy, who lives on tho Mr. Get No Agents. Big South Fork, below Powers' Store, produce, scrap Iron and jibber, Stan- Watson. Mrs Jano Watson, aged H. F. Hiltenmcyer & Sons, is seriously ill with liver troublo. He ford, Ky. 72, ond a moat excellent woman, died many frionds known KlCHTUCHT. LKXINQTON, Three suites of rooms in the Odd at her home id Crab Orchard Saturday is wellwno nopo and haseany recovery. tor nis Apply to and ws burled in the Crab Orchard nero, Fellows' building for rent. Miss Ella Barnett left Sunday for St, EXECUTOR'S SALE OF LAND. Ed Wilkinson. cemetery Sunday, after services at her Louis, where she has accepted a posl Try somo puro Cnnnel coal. Tho coal lato homo at 11 A. M. Her husband died tion with a largo wholesalo establish As Kxecutor of Monroe (Jurtls.decd, I will. Milder ago, but chil that lasts. Denham's Coal Yards, Stan- a number of years K. Watson,eight Lan ment. Mrs. Lora Bohon Jeffers re Si Hut public outcry to tho highest e door In Htanlonl, iH'foro the of dren, Including T, Ky.. Hi about t o'clock on ford nnd Rowland. turned Sunday from a protruded visit MONDAY, MAKOII 11.1810. survive tho Godly mother. county court day. hi late home on tin) to Louisville friends and relatives. for rent. Suita- caster, Small store-rooiit.tttiii.i tiikit. l'riintrtv Is aliout three the Mu. Alfred Pence was not out of Ii B P. Shewmaker, the cflhlent rail mllus from Hlunfonl and Is tounuVd bylitem ble for photograph gallery. Will rent lands of Mrs. Muttle While, J. Jl. if business long. Ho sold his interest In road agent at Morelanu, has resigned and the Dunvllle pike lies opposite the cheap. II. C. Anderson, Stanford. contains by A lllce tho furniture and undertaking firm oil, for the present and tho auditor has farm of T rood undand poles or land.thu dewl Hus on It ucres, 1 For Rent. Two acres of tobacco Tribble & Pence to Judge W. A. Trib - J completed a check-uuuJ nectsuiry outbuild-lugsan- d of his business rJ Itucottuge, barn line spring Nice home coawu-luntl- y ground without barn room. John C. bio Monday and on Friday bought a and found it o. k. After a few months' locutrd und lertlln laud. Hale will lie Gooch, at Kennedy's Mill, Stanford. on credit half Interest In the buggy and implo- - ' rest and rccuporatlon, he will doubtless mudecent, from of months, with Interest ut day of sale. lurolmser will por given a promotion, which he certain. i rvmiirud to execute note with annrurtd OiJ ProcewIOll meal Zi5 per 100 ment store of hla brother, Mr. E. T. bo personal security und a lien will be retained Owl brand cotton Pence. Tho now firm will bo known as ly deserves on the land, rurcsuser sliull have the prlv nounda: l'oisesslon wul be The Hustonville male quartette de ii..im nt tuivlnir fih. with terms of sal. Pence Bros., and we predict for it upon compliance seed meal, $36 per ton. J. 11. BaugbMxT, --Unro OurlM. serve special mention for the iuipres. Iulven successful business. taan A Co. - mmm on motion of tho defense. A large number of tho poople of that end of Lincoln will likely be present. HUSTONVILLE. Auctioneer! to the peoplo of Lin- rolncoanty as an auctioneer. Hatlarnrtlon was EUuruntevU. II. V. MeWlUMUKii, 1 Moreland, Ky., 1 l I). No. lU'ildcnet'. TurufrTlll. I oiler my Service Tinping, Plumbing, Heatiqg. Don't let 1010 pass without having house with a beautiful white hot and cold water through your FOR ALE ry-Th- Porcelain Bath Outfit. Have W. K. "WARNER to install your country water works wit reasonable prices nnd guarantee. We aUo carry iu stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS; Roofing and ' Rosfiug Paints. 'Telephone, 188. Call and see us. - Es-tat- To d. .:- W. K. WARNER, T. Stanford, Ky, L. R. 1IUGI1ES.H. A,T ' L. H'CARTr.Pres. E. C. WALTON, , Stanford Real Estate Co,, Stanford, Kontucltr. court-hom- p Farms und Town Projwrty llnudled on CouimUwioii. Stocks nud Bonds If you Have Property to Sell or Rent Notify Us. Sold. Write for Circular to .nuiilU, L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky, )& mS-l-gi - . ishVMIMBL -' jjjt. ,kA ujjaw'tajMiiiLii- -. :j,j , - Pr - - ir . -- - ' .,r " - rJ.i ;pyigii-- t 7- -The Interior L. It. 1 u Cockerels For Sale! Former Lincoln County Man Re- FARMER'S DKPARTMIHT. His Home People. members Fity Rood owes for sale W. E. I will have pure bred cockerels of differ1 Moss. Lancaster. Holtjen. W. Va.. Feb. U.-- As ent atralna on the Htreeti of Htanford and .oiirt day. At Georgetown 140 common barnyard have had the Infinite pleasuro of read- - tancaster for aalo county W. 1". Wll ITK.In Stanford 01 JMnwiinlkf! PoilOJfietat MIIH. February. hens sold at 08c to $1 10. KnlrvlcwlVmltry Yard Htanford, Ky. Inn totters in tho columns of tho I. J. aTsmJ r'" matter. At a sale in Scott county 115 mules from porsons who once boasted of Lin- it. F. I). No. 4. sold at an avcrago of $109. coln county ns their place of abode, or S N. of A. T. Nunnellcy sold the owes adver- a"thelr native county, but who are now No, il.Honth.lliTnr,". tised 30 in number at $G 25. scattered throughout tho Union and A M. SI, Hooth, W: No. Hon. W. H. Shanks had a valuable even Into the Dominion of Canada, I No.Jt. North, 4iW A. K. No. M, North, B;W r. K. I desire to aell privately my atock of (illy to dio of distemper Saturday. consider it not out of harmony or inNo.ff, 10:A. . Doing a good busiNo.Vi.llWP. M. Duko Goodloe, of Washington county, consistent to pen a few lines from tho ness. Will Hardware. Invoice about lioo. lteason III health. for hills of West Virginia. Bold the tobacco off of two acres JOS. 8. RICE, 'Agont. (IKO. II. HOl'l'KU.Btnnford.CKy. $300. Thoso who have not been so fortu went to 91c in Cincinnati Sat nate no to have had the opportunity of Hoes urday, the highest price ever recorded spending nt least a small portion of there. their lives in a mountainous region can Surgoon Dontlst, Farmers Attention I Try mo on havo only a diminutive and prejudiced My farmofM .acres of good land, well Im . ...1 ...ua..., .. .. ...a .. (s I. harness t located STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. waKon and plow McCIary. for quality conception of tho pleasures and tho fas- theIsMay woodaeven miles fromhaHtnnfnrd In six rooms. House and price. J. C. cinating associations of such a life. As New barn and aertlnn. other neeeMry outbuildings. oror McRobcrU Drug Store in For Sals. Nice lot of extra Rood tho country life upon the Bluegrass A bargain If sold ntonee. MYINCIHTON, J. T. orchard grass and blue grass seed. Jas. plains of Kentucky possesses a fascinaIt. F. 1. N. I.Htnuford, Ky iho Owsley Building. D. Shelby, Junction City, Ky. city, tion for the careworn people of the The hemp crop in Kentucky this year just so the mountains of West Virginia, MASON'S 15 aggregates only 6,000 acres. About with their life of simplicity combined per cent, of tho hemp has been sold. with the crandeur and sublimity char Now Llvor" d mules. will For Sale. 25 possesses a peculiar rUneoln lodge No. Art F.A A.M. nrat meet and All broken and in good working order. acteristic of them, on each 5n stated communication Dopot Stroot, who dwell upon the 7:30 charm for those Mtrd Monday nights of each month, nt Call on or phono Logan Hubble, Lan- plains. Asido from theso prevalent Ylerk la their hull on main etrceet, lodges aro Phono OO, Membora of .liter caster R. F. D. No. 1. Invited to be present. T. W. conditions and environments we are Hoc. Mrs. J. M. Cress, of Preachersvillo, permitted to sip from the gushing STANFORD. KENTUCKY. sold $111 worth of eggs last year from springs that unadulterated aqua pura Fall and Winteri Stock. 90 hens, besides what sho used for uncontaminatcd with conditions conduHare your measure taken by n tailor of low hatching and domestic purposes. She cive to the propagation of typhus and Then your clothe., whethern price business ault or the llne.t evening thinks no breed of chickens equals that other disease germs. This state of af5c4fces,wlll havn that individuality and tit of Brown Leghorn. Central Record. Furnituro nod Undertaking. they were vtkh plainly Indicate11110 mo jw made to Whipp & Estea have sold their big fairs, combined with tho purity of the r measure. 1 mil atmosphere because of tho elevation, rancy vests, top estra trousers, Knll tobacco crop to J. H. Purdom. of More-lan- makes conditions highly conducive to . Day Phono 23. and winter i. .nd nrrn-nxtaplea on band ready for your inspection. at 161c They had 15,000 pounds. the health and vigor of tho physical Night Phono 133. H.O. KTjrLEY. The Tailor, Htanford, Ky. It was grown on 10 acres of ridge land propensities. that would not havo sold for ovpr $10 Holden, located in Logan county, and Stanford, KentucHy. per aero before it was cleared. Liber- the present abode of tho writer, boasts COT FLOWERS FOR SALE! News. of boing with the beat, furnish the ' rail a n tint freshest public flowers, plants aa ty For Sale. Four good sows, fine of tho proud distin:tionAmerica, if the I of of cut not mining town of aM kinds, bulbs, potted nowers,.on short stock, one sow and pigs and somoshoats. model Aleo ntm. fnnernlmnko a specialty of wreaths Sows will average 150 pounds, shoats of tho world. Having a population of purines. flw lor J. L. Klkin, Pror., I have nil about 3,500, it surpasses ail others in la connection with the above, reasonable 60 pounds. ) vegctabtca on hand at JJpsidence thrco miles West size nnd in conveniences. In DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. of Kings Mountain on tho new pike. striking contrast to thelmmortalseven-hilie- d CIIUIHTMAN OHKEN IIOUflES, Kn HOnilARD, I'KOB. Waynesburg, Ky., It. city of the Ciusars, it occupies t Htanford, Ky. W. C. Patrick, F. D. No. 4 series of as many small valleys and IjirRf, rooms. Commercial were about dales, following closely the winding trnelersnlry outside Hpeclal rate, by wrelc Stanford a specialty. Iwwis'Jobacco and Tobacco 600 cattle on Court. There Is n the Stanford market yes course of Island creek. With the in- or month. The proprietorfriendsformer Lincounty man and his should reBarns. terday with a demand for all classes, coming of great numbers of miners coln member him when stopping In his town. cattle weekly to make their abode, and with nothing Butllnaurance. Z- Good yearling and brought 4c to Sic. Heifers sold at 4 the necessity of erecting more business The Great Texas Panhandle. to 4Je. Butcher stud brought 2J to 32c houses and dwellings to conform to the ltlch land Is the Ui.Uof all wealth. The The Insurance Man, The mule market was slow. increased population, Holden bids fair safest Investment nnd the mireat money maker, is rich --fnrmlnit land, (lod Is still Elkin bought a team of mules Carlton STANFORD, KY. to maintain that distinction which she r,.tini on tlin seventh itnv." He Is not at Burgin for $425. W. B. Burton sold now enjoys. making any more land. The Texas Bealdence Phone M: Office. 86. Is the Inst of tho rich, 1vjI land for saddle horse to a Wina three-gaiteInsure with mo and be fully Fortunes will It was the pleasure of the writer to settlement In this country. price on tneae party for $275. J. B. Ruble accompany a party of young ladies and be madeon theodrance 111 chester protected. lundstn the nest few reurs. Home seekers Nicholas-villsold to T. W. Duckworth, of further when they see gentlemen through one of tho mines on will go no Is the garden sKt and It, "pride of W. B. Burton 10 mules at $190. The Ust watered nnd the richa car drawn by a donkey. We travel- thenlalns." clearing or grubbing, no Hoods Richmond seven mules at est land, no bought at ed in this fashion for several miles un or cyclones. High altitude, delightful cliLancaster Record. $190 wheat country. der the mountains. From pcrsonnl ob mate. A proen wheat and oats atKlrst the prlzeanarded our I will sell at public auction at servation and from the compilation of National Corn Kxposltlon nt Omaha, Neare In position to do all klnda of Knr free Illustrated booklet, address stock pens at 11 o'clock such as Illock Work, Pavements neliey's data, it may safely be estimated that braska. JA.MKH HIlYK.Hm'.TuiUAlHiMHKU- maLtufaet.wecnn make nnvthtuz from r day morning, February 14, 1910, IAL Cm 11. there is a sufficient amount of bitumican ktto 10 a fence posi. w down Tulla.HwUber OountyTvxns. mules and eight day, 12 promptly and guarantee nous substance in tho Appalachian sys ana material, unuanugei our price. or nine e Jersey tem to last this nation for several gen you buy your material at leaat. heifers, which will calve in the spring. erations. Respectfully, Remember the place, date and hour. Wm M. Peavyuouse. Jersey bulL W. H. Also a w,.hnia names .Doear below, strictly Qsblng or Jtigney, Stanford. Breathe Hyomei and relief from forbid bunting, places and any kind of vi Stanford, Ky. will nrosecute on our acre farm about catarrh, coughs, sore throat or cold olators to lao lull hxkui ui mo law. Baroain. 257 Miss Mallio liewus, ueicnenuacn uro. good pike, 1 will come in two minutes. 'G. L. Penfive miles from town, on A. T. Tray lor. Fred Unumann. N. II. l'luuimer, LllburnUoocb, mile from school, church and store, ny guarantees Hyomei to cure catarrh, H.C. Nunnelley. Will Hester, 100 acres fine tobacco land. Nine room coughs, colds and croup, or money Haugbman J. W. l'eck. J. W. llruce. David Htevens, J. K. crib, shed back. Complete outfit, $1; extra botbrick residence, Wm.Oordler. JohnUamenlsch. M. U. Klmore, Dan Tray lor, Fencing tles. 50c. granary, silo, barns, etc. Fn-Handorf, CiotllbOllck. good and place well watered. Nine M. J. J. Thompson, Mr.andD.Mrs. Anderson Oliver Spitzer, of the American Su Jas. 11. Kads g J. F. Moser, springs, cement troughs, never-failinMrs. N.J. llorton gar Refining Co., of Williamsburg, N. A, Klnasa M rs. Ueo. Ixgan. etc In a splendid neighborhood. Stan- X., convicted 01 conspiracy in sugar J.J.11.F.lltott. Daugherty, Frank Cordler, W. ford Real Estate Co. underweighing frauds, has started on Her. Father Leo, Dr.O.a. Ferry, H. II. luughiuun, two-yesentence in tho Federal II. W.tialnes, Col. James A. Shuttleworth bought his A. D. Itoot. Uriah Albright. the farm of H. O. Stiles on the Leba- prison at Atlanta Mrs. MnrgaretUooch , Jacob (lander W. II.Traylor (Iho. (I. (livens, embraces ; 313 non pike. Tho place John Jufer, Ham Holmrta, A One Hundred and Fifty Acre acres and the consideration was $160 M.J. llolmanu, Amend Hclmef.r, Has two houses. AH kinds of INSURANCE on all per acre, the highest price ever farm on good pike. A.K. Matheny K.T. lies 1 ley Mrs. J. II. Owsley. L.H. (larner. paid for a Boyle county farm of the In 2J miles of railway station. Land 11. L. Fngaley, iinds of property. Only the larg-- same size. Mr. Stiles bought the farm produces good tobacco. Look at it and M.J. Morgan, ILO. Watklus, H.T. Harris, buy it. Price represented. cut compauiea oie year ago and got an increase of jwu will Real Estate Co. only $2,600. J. O. Hundley. a ood, 11. H.Urow, V. K. McOlure. . Mrs. Nannie 11. $14,000 over the price he paid for the Stanford Rates aa low as can be Anton Ilonecker. Anderson Onrr. He cleared $3,000 by running placn Fred Vondruenlgan W.M. Dlshou. had anywhere. the farm. Advocate. Mrs. Kuie Aiior T. L. Itaughman Mrs. Hebeccn It. Carpenter Niowiuts. Bargain. 354 acres of good land, of ii. r. lAwrence, 100 acres is land, eight-rooI. Hevlers, John H. Ie. Stanford, Ky., Phone 200. which dwelling, twobottom stock barns, For house, carriage nnd sign painting Tom Ferrlll, good Christian Jacob oaunr hanging also buggy trimming Fred I'ayk. W. W. I'ltinan. 36x9G, ice house, of all kinds aucu ua topa recoured curtains new tobacco barn, Cooper. MtopoverAldrldge'ablack J. Nevln Carter, buggy house, two corn cribs, etc., two and boota made Muln Ht., Hlunford Ky., Alex Dunham, Henry Ktdder K. II. amith shop Weat W. U. floocu, 11,0. Anderson, good cisterns, the wholo farm being 'liOiieNo.J!i. T. A. IMce, (iusdelstl. J J.'llKLDKN. well watered, well fenced and lavs Uhrls Ottuienlacb, Ileuben Curtis, well. Will sell as a whole or cut 200 Tlnsley Hpoonaruor Hmlth, James ! W. Carter, A. L. Carter. acres with improvements, to suit purI W. I'.Urlmes. 11. W.dolnos FARM FOR chaser, which includes 100 acres as fine W. M. Fields J. L. llolticlnw. bottom land as there is in the county. Mr.Muttltt White. K. K.Ualnes, 1 farm of KB acres. House has four A No. W. H. Keetoit. Miss Mary 1'eppUs, This is a bargain. See L. R. Hughes, rooms and a good cistern. There Is a good A. Ia.Tho.sp.oa, BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBAaaBBaB.jajAKH Stanford, Ky. harnnnd abundnnce of atock water. This Jnrass Messor, land la about half Virgin soil, adapted to rulslmr grass, huy, corn, wheat, oats, hemp and tobocco, and la nil In graaa except ubout PREACHERSVILLE. a) acres and is on the pike near good schools, good orchard Rev. Pierce Bryant will preach at churches and depot, nnd has a Lock llox 161, the Baptist church Saturday and Sun and outhouses. Htanford, Kentucky. day. Mrs. J. ilk Rltfsby has been quite Undertakers and Embalrr-o- n. sick. Mr. Henry Blankenship has been Also Dealers in Fur very poony lor some um. niture.JMattings.Rugs. They A young horse which Henry Lunsford was riding got scared at a doir ficrht will exchange Furniture for IHnler la and Manufacturer of; and ran away, after throwing tho rider all Kinds of Stock. Give and dragging turn for some distance. A Marblo and Cranlto Montr very bad scalp wound necessitated tak Them a Call. Prices Right. monts, ing several stitches, tie Is ablo to be out again. .Markers and I'osta, Cemetery ml Lawn TANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. R Rigsby bought five shoats of Vase, und Mottoes. Ottlce and works, Ky. Galen Rodgera for $15. Jones & Gress Weekly Courier-Journ- al hogs of P. E. Par- bought 11 rlBh at Vic. J,K Kigsby sola a sow and nigs to James Miller for $32 50, .AND. Richardson & Lawrence bought 26 shoats of J M. Cress at 7Jc. J. R. Rigshy bought a mare at Stanford for Hogs continue mighty "gosh $66 50 blamed" high hereabouts, We heard one farmer olfer another 12Jc for some hogs und we didn't notice whisky on his breath either. . HOTII ONE YKAK FOR Mrs. Molllo Klrby, of Paint Lick, was here to see hur sick father. M, F. CTt i.T,. 'tVJuJy'yi Or'JrtySi Lawrence was at Gum Sulphur to see Miss Annie Belie Smith, of his father near Walnut Flat, visited her aunt. Mrs. Susan Cress Mrs Jane Bell, who Few people la tbe United State have not has been with her son, James M. Bell, Democratic beard of tbe Lick, has returned home. Mrs. at Paint In all things, fair la all things, clean la all W. C. Blankenship, Misses Dora and things, II la essentially a family paper. Bj brother, B. I. Blankenship, Ellen Undertaker. Embalmer and were andBrodhead Friday to a special arrangement we are enabled to of attend tho at .Waaler In Harness, Saddlery, burial of their grandmother. J. M. L one ferthe WEKKLV Cress was called to Rockcastle last rear and this paper (or the price named aud up-to-d- ate KY- STANFORD week to attend the burial of' his 3bOT. Bead your subscription for the comWilliam Baker. John Btll and bination to ua not to the Oogiler-Jou- r were with bis father. K. of Home rbona wife Journal. W Undersell Everybody. ..Tat-rt-ffT-mH- - TIME TKBLE Stock for Sale. Merchandise Below Cost I ! OFFISH MY ENTIRE OF A. S. PRICE, FARM FOR SALE! Clothing, Shoes, Ladies' and Gent's Furnishings. Cravanettes. 820 18 15 13 12 MEET. Q, D. CARTER, three-year-ol- Htnn-kW.K- r, ly ' 00 Cravnnettw 00 " 00 " 00 " 00 $12 08 11 1 0 41 8I 7 03 . A W. A. TRIBBLE, Overcoats. $20 Ovcraontii 18 $10 00 0 OS d, CLEMENS HOTEL 15 12 10 8 0 5 4 3 1! CO CO " 00 00 00 00 CO " " 7 78 0 08 04 5 78 :i US 48 2 08 2 28 ', " " 1 7 Men's Suits of Best Make. $25 00 McnV Suits 22 50 S1G 08 1G 48 12 4$ 11 08 8 48 7 08 7 48 6 48 5 48 4 08 4 58 "" 20 00 18 00 15 13 12 10 0 8 7 00 CO " Jessej'.D. Wearen, 50 00 00 00 50 (5 00 5 00 , " " " a os 2 03 e. Boy's Suits. Straight nnd KnickerWker l'anti. S8 00 Hoy's 7 48 (i Hwlsn-ercoun- CONCRETING "f, nrst-cin- Suiu 50 00 " $5 4$ 4 IV 4 48 con-ratt- a. 5 00 4 00 .T ld " " " 3 18 27 2 21 1 high-grad- ld PHILLIPS BROS., POSTED. 2 CO 2 00 4S 08 Hats. Largest $4 00 :$ ir John IS. StctMn Hats 7-- Mitioney fish, 240-barr- 50 II 00 Hats 2 50 " 2 00 " 1 50 ' 1 00 " $2 OS 78 2 08 48 OS 78 s Insurance and Real Men's Cashmere and Worsted Pants $5 00 4 Estate. ar J. J. BELDEN, " 00 " 3 50 3 00 " 2 50 " 2 00 1 50 " HOYS' PANTS. " Duches Trousers. " ' " " " " " -S- traight and Kiiiekorlnckur, COc 3 0$ 3 28 2 (IS 2 19 1 1 0$ 48 OS 14c to $1.93. Ueco-rutlT- O HEAVY FLEKCED UNnEUNVEAK. 25o quality 10c. uality 3Sc. J,L,Beazley&Co., EBJaDEEKfla!l'riJ All Shoes Go Below Cost. Patent, Vici, Velem nnd Gun Jletal. $5 shoes nt $3.38. 4.00 Shoes nt 320. 3.50 slices at 2.78. 3.00 shoes nt 2.28. 2.50 shoes nt 1.08. 2.00 shoes nt 1.(38. 1.50 shoes at 1.10. 4 00 Felts SALE The "Ball Band" Felts 3 2 4G OS HENRY 3 50 3 00 2 50 " " " 2 4S 1 OS Rubbers 2 25 Rubbers " 2 00 1 Harry Jacobs, WATTERSON'S PAPER 11 "Hall Hand 1 1 75 " " 88 48 1 OS Saturday, Ian. 15 Thirty Days Days. Next Door to Lincoln CjuntyNational Hank, J. C, McCIary, d SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. The Wintry aaTp5jaaaainll'5i Dinwiddie & Mm J3T-- JllL The Interior Journal Co. Blasts Hustonville, Ky.i ONLY $1.50. Courier-Journal. OOUUIER-OUBNA- May (tome, And tho Rain Jand Suow Fall, but your stock will keep warm ia half-brothe- r, 559Ko?!nL: Undertakers and Embalmers. We car ry an line goods. tfVVA ialaaaaiViBiBiBHauialaaVaaB ' Nunnelley's New Stock Yards Plenty of Covered Peus aud Feed Court Water. Beat market In the State. , Bj bring them on. Second Monday. I. M. Hituci:, Assistant. lay, .V . f- ,-i ,m.JT JtaffilaaWllialllt'l Jl ajgjgU. A- - & alilfallg jBsJjL fj& )jfrftiL.tBliai Qj