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TuE INT1TERIOQ JOURNAL 1 Ir 1 r t tJ X19- I I 1 YOLo XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 18 1910 Hft1g2 The Shanks DUI In tho measures now before the Gen eral Assembly whose enactment will be of benefit to the State la to be numbered House Dill No 193 of which Mr I Shanks is the author and which pro vides for the creation and establishment of a Department of Uniform Accounting and Inspection of Public Offices The State Inspector and Examiner Ia made tho chief officer of the department with the title of State Inspector and Is to have two assistants appointed from the two political parties casting the largest vote at the preceding State I flection in addition the State Inspec tor Is tho power to appoint af ter competitive examination field ex aminers who aro to recelvo pay and their necessary expenses when actually on duty These officers together with the nee Mary clerical appointees constitute the working forco of a department which under tho further provisions of the act u charged with the duty of seeing that a uniform system of ac counting and reporting is adopted and followed by every public department whether State county city town school district or other taxing subdivis ion or unit within the State and in every penal charitable or other inttltu lion within the Stato supported in whole or in pert by the State or by any county city town school district or other taxing subdivision or unit within the State or In any institution to which either the State or any municipality within the State has contrib uted or contributes funds or property Separate accounts are to bo kept for every appropriation levy or fund and reports aro to be made regularly to the State Inspector oa forms furnished himUnder this s Item Keutucky for the first time will have a line on the financial workings of every public office and institution haphazard methods of accounting of supervision and ro PI porting will be replaced by prcacrlbed method and exact Inspection and the use made of any and all money belong Ing to the State or municipality can be determined At present Kentucky has no way of knowing what part of such fund is wasted The Shanks bill Is modeled on the law which a number of other States have adopted with are sultant saving of hundred of thou ands of dollars annually and an Increas ed honesty and efficiency In the public business Kentuckys financial status Is such that she can not afford to be In different to such questions A closer guard over the pits in which her mon eye are expended would produce bettor returns and permit of appropriations now declared Impossible for want of fund f The Shanks bill is nothing more nor leas than a proposal and a plan for the adoption by Kentucky of a builnea eye tem in her business affairs As such It is entitled to consideration and to favor able action Louisville Times editorial POLITICAL Mrs Marllla Ricker wealthy and 65 will run for governor of New Hemp shire ledge B L D Guffy late judge of the Court of Appeals is thought to be r dying at his home at Morgantown David R Francis of Missouri stated that he was in the race to succeed Sen ate Warren in the United States Sen ate and will make a finish fight tot the placeFriends of Auditor James want him to run for Congress in jhU district but we believe he possesses too much judg ment to give up his good office for a barren ideality The Kentucky Senate passed a meas ure which abolishes State revenue agents Under the provisions of tho bill county assessors will be given the power to appoint revenue agents H Fe reported from Washington that thereto little doubt but that Arizona will be given Statehood at this session of Congress and that Mark Smith for I merly of Kentucky will be Its first Un ited States or The bill introduced by Senator A J Olivertof Alien county to prohibit tho manufacture or sale cigarettes or cigarette paper or materials in this State received scant consideration at the bands of the Committee on Ken tucky Statutes to which Ita was refer red the report being adverse which has the effect of kilting the measure P Struck A Rich MIne- s W floods of Coal City Ala says he struck a perfect mine of health In Dr Kings New Life Pills for thoy ureoYhlm 6f Liver and Kidney trouble t after 12 years of suffering They aro the beat Tpllls on earth fbr Coristlpa Lion Jalarlai Headache Dyspepsia Debility S5c at Pennys Drug Store The first of the BosworthWyatt good roads meaeitree passed the ken tacky Seriate bra votevf2h to 10 b AuJ J d IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Miss Pattie Willis a popular young woman of the Kirksvillo section is dead George C Thompson of East Horn stndt was reappointed deputy United States marshal Tho Somerset council repealed the special tax imposed on tho businessmen some two years ago Dave Brown assistant mine foreman of the Phoenix Jelllco Coal Co at East Bornitadt died of smallpox Mrs Lucretia Divine of the West End of Boyle celebrated the lOOdth an niversary of her birth yesterday Thieves broke into tho Christian church at Junction City and stole a lot of coal and other things of small value Curtis Parrish 83 years old is dead at Richmond following a short illness He was surveyor of Madison county tor over 40 years tarry Smith charged with killing Ewing ONeal in Rockcastlo county was arrested in Missouri and is now In jail at Mt Vernon- Nicholasvillo went wet in an election hold in that town Tuesday by a major- Ity of 30 In September 1000 the place went dry by 17 The Boyle circuit court was affirmed in the case of Joe Bnrdctto against the Board of Council of Danville Burdctte was given 35 days in jail for soiling II quor in a prohibition town Fifteen men are confined in the Pine vlllo jail awaiting penitentiary senten ces and one James White is under sentence of death Four of those under conviction were sent up for life The prerent term of the Bell circuit court exceeds all records in the number of convictions made says a dispatch The Administrator of McKinley Shad oan has filed suit in tho Pulaski circuit court against the Queen Crescent railroad for J20000 The boy was steal ing a ride on tho companys train and Brakeman Litton fired to scare him The bullet struck a rock bounded al most at right angles and struck the lad killing him Instantly Robert Hard ing of Danville and Denton Wad die of Somerset reprcsct t the plaintiff OneIn Memory of a Little Who Is Now in Heaven A few weeks ago the I J brought to us the news of a death at Highland which must have cast much gloom and sadness In the home whore the death occurred and the Highland Methodist Sundayschool It is hard for us to realize that little Stella is there no more becaudo in our imagination wo see her in her Sundayschool close with those pretty blue eyes sparkling her thought and attention fixed upon her teacher seeming to be lost in thought of the One Who said Suffer little children to come unto Mo and forbid them not for of such is the kingdom of Heaven Then we see her as she goes up to grandpa Hut elect we know that she Is not there her little body has been laid away in the old graveyard to await the resurrection but we are sure that her spirit is not there We will not expect to see her there any more because we know that she has tone to Him Who said I go to prepare a place for you Oh how comforting it will be to the bereaved family and friends if they will only remember that God takes some children to Himself to make Heaven complete It seems hard to understand It hero yes it may not be for us to here at present No Not now put in the coming years It may bo in a better land Well read the meaning of our tears and then sometime wellunderstand Well catch the broken threadagain and finish what we here began Heaven will the mysteries explain and then ah then well understand I God knows the way He holds the key Ho gulden us with unerring hand Sometime with tearless eyes well ace yes there up there well undcratd Then trust in God thro all thy days fear not for HO doth hold thy hand Tho dark thy way still sing and praise Sometiraesometlme well undersd A FRIEND The Best Hour of Life Is when you dp suegreat deed or discover soma wonderful fact This hour patno to J XfcPJft H Mt N C when he was sufferljijrJntenBely no SOB from the worst cold lover had I then proved to my great satisfaction what a wonderful Gold andCough cure DrJClngs Now Discovery is For attar taking one bottle 1 was entirely cured You cant say anything too rood of a medicine like hat Its the wrest and best remedy for diseased jugs Hemorrhages LaUrippo Asth ma Hay Fever or any throat or lung tronbld 60c 1 trial bottle free Guaranteed by Pepnya Drug Store Henry W Donnelleyformerly a widely known sal manager died at his home Jn New York t p NEWS NOTES Charles Mefford ono of tho oldest residents of Frankfort is dead Dapt Devereaux U S A retired died at his home at Natchez Miss Charles Tucker a prominent farmer is dead at his home near Versailles Dr Charles F McGban prominent throughout tho medical world died at Aiken S C Joe B Atcxandar for many year proprietor of the Alexander Hotel InI Louisville Is dead Robert Cassity for many years keeper of the toll bridge over Licking rIver In Bath county Is dead Tho boiler at James Haleys gristmill In Wolfe county exploded killing two people and injuring four Thomas II Dodge a philanthropist and inventor of the cylinder printing press is dead at Worcester Mass Joseph H Lackey a Trigg county boy has purchased an interest In the TrotwoodTaylor Magazine at Nash ville Emmett Owen and Ray Anderson young men living near Cuzco Ind fought with revolvers and both were fatally wounded W K Phillip one of the most prom- Inent business men In Tennessee and a wholesale grocery merchant of Nashville died at Long Key la- The Canadian Northern railway has announced that the company would spend 8000000 in railway construe tion in Western Canada this year Miss Agnes Elkins a niece of United States Senator Stephen B Elkins of West Virginia shot herself probably fatally in a hotel at Kansas City Nick Muntz who shot and killed Elva Coy two months ago believing Coy to be a night rider committed suicide by hanging himself in his barn in Harrison countyThe measure increasing the salaries of circuit judges In Kentucky 1200 a year passed the House Wednesday and will become a law when signed by Gov VVillson T U Robertson of Gainesville Ga was named grand secretary of the In dependent Order of Odd Follows to J succeed J S Tyson of Savannah who died last week Fire destroyed 100000 worth of property chiefly fruits and vegetables in tho Waterstreet commission district of Chicago The heaviest loser was Gin nocchio Costo Co Alleging that her own daughter a handsome young girl of 21 had taken her husbands love Mrs Daniel T Fer guson of Petersham Mass has sued her husband for divorce Miss Margie Calhoun granddaughter of South Carolinas statesman John C Calhoun and a sister of Patrick Cal houn of San Francisco died at Atlan ta Ga Tuesday aged 63 Robert Miller 27 years old and married met Mamie Hoose a former sweetheart at Waco Tex and shot her to death with an automatic pistol Ho then blow out his own brains Irvin Ilantchett a 16yearold white boy was arrested charged with the murder of Mary Tedder aged 14 years noar Deland Fla The girl was stab bed in 65 places being literally cut to piecesThe former Secretary of the Treasury says that if a central bank were ee tablishcd in this country it would be owned or controlled by Standard Oil and that it could pay the National debt for its charter One man was killed another proba bly fatally Injpred and several passen gers were shaken up and badly fright ened in a wreck that occurred on the Guthrie Elkhorn branch of the L N near Herman Senator Tillman of South Carolina was taken suddenly lon the steps of the Capitol and had to be carried into his room Later he was removed to his home whore ho is now under the care of a physician The attack is said to have been due to a recurrence of an old trouble hardening of tho arteries Louis Ostondorf of the Empire Thea ter orchestra at Indianapolis shot and killed an Italian violinist named Casca at the entrance to the theater Casca who had been dismissed from the orchestra had fired two shots into Os tendons abdomen Tho latter then wrested the revolver from his assailant and killed him Oatendorf died shortly afterward PaCanalLife on Has had ono frightful drawbackmala ria trouble that has brought suffering and dsathto thousands Tho germs cause eMUs fever and ague blllious nesi laundlco lassitude weakness and general debility But Electric BIt- ters never fall tq destroy them and cure malaria troubles Three bottles completely cured me of a very sorer attack of malaria writes Wm A Fretwell of Lucarao N C and Ive had good health ever since Cures Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles Bntt preventf 60e Guaranteed by Pennys Drag f3tp4l I Some Nice Things Papers are Say- Ing Over the State of the Sale Of the I J GOY BECKIUU IN STATE JOURNAL Mr Shelton Saufley his bought the Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL and will shortly move to Stanford to take charge of It All who know him wish hUn the fullest measure of success in his new enterprise but his many friends in Frankfort deeply regret to see him leave hero Herame here some years ago and was managing editor of the State Journal under Mr Walton With his courteous and gentlemanly manners he has won the good will and friendship of all the people here and he will leave not an enemy in the entire community He has developed into one of the best journalists in the State and with his capacity and traits of character he IsI certain to succeed wherever he goes The Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL has for a great many years been one of the strongest papers in Kentucky vigorously and forcibly edited first by Col W P Walton and afterwards by his brother Ed Walton These two brothers have been an honor and credit to the profession of journalism Scrupu lously honest fearless in tho express ion of their views and generous in their treatment of mends or foes they have established an honorable reputation for success in the newspaper business In fact they have proven by their expe rience that it pays for a newspaper to 1be honest and not sell out its policy of utterancesMr ey therefore takes posses establiShIedwill prove himself worthy to keep up its excellent record Tho State Journal feels a personal interest and pride in him and upon his departure from here wishes for him and his family prosperi ty and happiness ELIZABETHTOWN NEWS Mr Shelton M Saufley who has been doing some very fine work on the Frankfort News has purchased the IN TERIOR JOURNAL at Stanford of Mr Ed Walton and has taken possession The INTERIOR JOURNAL is one of the most successful semiweekly publica none in Kentucky and has been in the hands of W P and E C Walton for 40 years Mr Saufley is a popular and an experienced newspaper man and he will keep his purchase up to its high standard excellence Staggers Skeptics That 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 wonderful healer of he worst soros ulcers tolls felons eczema skin eruptions as also chapped hands and corns Try it 23c at Pebnjfl I Drug lor 3a 9t i t OVERCOATS Heavy Shoes Winter Suits AND Underwear AT COST Cummins Wearen the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky i Capital 5000000 Surplus 4300000 34000000I8 H SHANKS PRESIDENTS WM BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER A8ST CASH H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER CLERK DIREOTORS W CarterSUnfordJohnkin TravlorGilbertsH Cummins Preacheraville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN J882- CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216 00 Combines AbsoluteJSafety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use four Customers We Solicit Your Account p OFFICERS I S locker President- S T Harris Vice Iresidenh John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cashr WWSaundersBookkeeper DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baugbraan M D Elmore J M Pettus H C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson- E C Walton J S Hocker CE Tate I r WINTER TOURIST TICKETS TO THE SOUTHand SOUTHEAST ON SALE DAILY VIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31st 1910 ForFull Ptrtlcabrt call onor write 0 a KiNG P I T A lor B Main St lulcn K7 t 1 r- J S 4 l The Interior Journal ij SHELTON M SAUFLEY ownxn- f i + t HON HARVEY HELM reIdistrict subject to the notion i cratic party MR BRYAN FOR COUNTY OPTION t IN a ststement Issued by William 1I Jennings Bryan ho comes out flatfoot ed for local option and says it is time fer all political parties to declare them elves independent of the liquor inter I ests The saloon is generally allied with vice and the efforts of such con corns to control or dictate public poll I repugnant1 tainly used to debauch politics and pre vent Intelligent consideration of public Jf questions The democratic party at 1leastcannot afford to act as the mouth of the liquor interests and the sooner it declares that there is nothing t Jcommon between it and the selfish mercenary and conscienceless traffic against tho home the State private t virtue and public morals the better l Mr Bryan regards county option as lil fair and logical and insists that the I government has tho undoubted right to regulate the liquor traffic in any V manner it sees fit Mr Bryan was speaking especially to Nebraska butt his conclusions are applicable to all sections Tho accursed traffic must got and the man or men who attempt to x prevent the people from expressing tr their wish on the subject need ask noth ing farther from them If they do It when they ask bread they will be given a stone They will not again be per mitted the chance to break faith and their promises 1 FEDERAL courts have time and again decided that the boycott is in restraint of trade especially interstate trade and therefore illegal but until the de cision of the court sitting at Danbury Conn against the union hatters for hadIr iwerepecuniarily responsible to the concerns i injured A verdict for 221600 r was given against 240 members of the t union and the decision is in effect Jeverymember who pays a dollar to hi 1union which in turn supports the nat bodies which form the American t Confederation of Labor is respond ble for the acts and statements of its officers This new principle of individ ual responsibility will be taken to th Supreme Court for final adjudication and the result will be watched wit great interest both by union men and employerstit THE selection of Appellate Judge li Henry S Parker of Louisville to suc- ceedt President James K Patterson ol the State University insures a fitting capablie man R ed with marked ability the institution which he has seen rise from modest pretentious to a place among the great est Universities in the country Not content with devoting his lifetime to its I interests he proposes that his aid and influence shall continue after his death and to that end will leave his fortune of 5150000 to it Announcement of which was mady last week Great in l deed bas been the work of this really great man to whom thousands of young men and the State genally are irre deemably indebted GEORGE SAUNDERSabed 65 of Richmond I I Va has just been forced to elope with his sweetheart Miss Annie Fox 10 years his senior because hii I sons thought the old man was not a proper subject to commit matrimony a third time Hardhearted boys They s J should have some consideration for age It is dangerous for old people to be tiding down ladders and fleeing to 1 Gretna Greens They are apt to get 9 some of their bones broken Gov BECKHAMS paper the State Journal is making it mighty warm I these cold winter days for those Sena tors who promised their constituents one thing and are now doing another and they deserve all that is said oC- t them The Louisville Herald makes the bold declaration that the Senate is controlled by a quartet of lobyista i twtJose word is law to their subservient followers If true pity tlstia true i l PLANS are already on foot to make the reception in honor ol Roosevelts return to New York June 15th the greatest in history The conquering hero of the war against defenseless an imals Reserves such honors if you dont mind you say Mark the predic tion The occasion will be the opening of his candidacy to succeed Taft and heres wagering that he will receive the republican nomination TIlE cost of living is coming down in New York That is for some people A seat on the stock exchange sold the other day for 82000 against a former record of 391000 Even at tho former i price suckers that are supposed to be born every minute and who finally foot the bills should think a long time before f they put up their money against such a brace game W J A WOMAN is running for governor of- F New Hampshire If site is elected we suppose she be known as the goy I Fr Bkf rt Political Gossip by The J billshaveboth Houses of the General Assembly and are ready for the Governors sig nature or the veto ax The principal one is the bill granting to the circuit judges of the State 1200 per pear ad ditional to their regular salaries in return for serving as special judges in other districts when the regular judgeI is unable to Iproalde This brln salary of the circuit judges up to 420C a year Whether the Governor will veto the bill or not is not known but his disapproval will make little difference for the two Houses will pass it over his veto As a general thing the officials who serve tho Commonwealth are very woll paid but the most vicious watchdogs of the treasury had a hard time to find arguments to raise against this bill The best lawyers in tho State have little trouble making 3000 or more per year and tho cause of justice demands that none but the very best of the profession bo elected circuit judges There have been sever al recent instances in the State where circuit judges voluntarily laid down the ermine to enter private practice where their pecuniary return was so much in excess of the salaryjwhich has former ly been paid this division of the bench The Knights of Columbus a Catholic organization secured the passage by both Houses of a bill making October 12 Columbus daya legal holiday There was no opposition anywhere to this bill and it willbe readily approved by tho Governor COUNTY UNIT BILL A GONER Several backsets have recently been received by the advocates of the Coun ty Unit Extension bill in the House Its friends have been trying to push it for ward as a special order but have been unable to muster tho necessary two thirds vote to do so The sentiment In the House for extension of the local op tion law uniformly to all counties ol the State is considerably intho major ity in the House but is not nearly at strong as has6ecn the sentiment for the originalCountyJUnit bills in previ ous Houses A great many temperance representatives believe that the sufficientafor the present 4They vote day long against repealing the present law if it became necessary but are in no hurry to vote for further cxten lone ofnandhtake a wide prohibition bill last week He nor any of thelfrlcnds of the prohibition movement have any hopes of getting it passed Many of the strongest tern perence men in the State who are here do not hesitate to say that it would be foolish to vote Statewide prohibition in Kentucky before the Federal Inter- State commerce laws are repealed which permit the shpment of liquor from outside the State into local option territory They admit that the aboli Lion of the Ilquorbusnes3 in Kentucky under existing conditions would not only fail to stop the supply of liquor in the State but would add a tremendous burden of taxation upon the peo pie of the State to make up the loss of taxes should the big distilleries be driv outThe County Unit bill is certain to be passed by the House bfore the session is over but its enemies seem to have things so completely in hand that it will get through too late for any further serious consideration by the Sen ate even if that body was inclined to give itWOMEN LOSE THEIR FIGHT The suffragettes who have been in festing the capital since tho session be gan endeavoring to get tho Legisla ture to pass a law giving women the right to vote for election of school trustees practically lost all hope when the House Committee on Suffrage and Elections decided to report adversely on the bill The ladles had felt that things were coming their way when they secured a favorable report from the gallant Senators The members of the lower House committee were less chivalrous however for they turned a deaf ear to all entreaties and decided against the bill This means that the House will kill it Somebody said that the only ones who want women to vote are shorthaired women and longhair haired men but the delegation from the State Federation of Womens Clubs had some very able and brilliant wo men working for their cause and some learned educators as well as the editors of the two Lexington newspapers the reckinridgelbeing is a noticeable fact very few of the women who are in the front of the fight for woman suffrage have any children of their own to be educated under tho supervision of the trustees for whom they wish to vote- EIGHTH DISTRICT DOPE Discussion of the race for the demo cratic Congresaionaljiomination in the Eighth ad a of republicans from that neck of the woods to declare that as soon as he retires from office in 1911 they are going to nominate Frank P James now State auditor as the republican candidate against whomever maybethe demo j a I How To I Collect Your Notes ann Accounts How can I collect what is owing met This is tho nil important question I with every merchant wholesale firm business and profowionil men far mersaud in fact every ono today Never has the question been so prominent in the btuiues world ns it is today Tho loss of n low accounts may eat up your profits In business the failure to collect n note makes you Inasmuch poorer not being able or in n position to give tho proper nt or experience to the adjustment of examination into some dollarsiyou is n NOTE or ACCOUNT you are not able to collect or whether it is some claim in which you have an interest which needs looking into carefully wo are prepared to do it and do if promptly This is our business wo make it ft study Wo have the facilities and we have the experience nUll the fact that wo have collected many dollars which were given up as lost is ono of our best arguments in favor qf what we rim do Our terms nro reasonable and wo make no charges unless we collect We make collections anywhere in the United States We recently collected an account for n firm in tho adjoining county against n man in California If you have n claim which needs look ing or a note or account which you want collected no matter how yourbusinessMAYS COLLECTION AGENCY WOODSON MAY Mgr Somerset Kentucky cratic standardbearer for succeeding term Mr James homo is In Har rodsburg and ho is very strong with his party there and elsewhere in the district and undoubtedly could have the empty honor if he wishes it What would make him an especially available candidate is the fact that he has a pret ty fat barl and would not bo troub led for funds to finance a Congressional campaignAnother Eighth district republican who holds a State office here is coming into the limelight through the talk that is being heard among his partys lead ers of running for auditor to succeed James This man is Insurance Commissioner Charles W Boll who also hails from old Mercer That Commissioner Bell has made a good official not even the rankest democrat will gainsay and if the republicans have to have the offices againwhich very few people here believe ho would make a fine auditor State Senator Joe Bosworth of Middlcsboro is also being mention ed for auditor however Bosworth Is a member of the famous democratic Bosworth family of Lexington and was a lifelong democrat himself until he moved to Bell county and got interest ed with other capitalists in coalmines He then turned republican but ho has always regarded progressive legislation favored by the democrats with such liberal views that the democrats char acterize him as an unusually good re publicanGeorge D Florence of Stanford was over this week on business with the auditors department and shaking hands with his friends at the capital Mr Florence is well known to the republi can leaders One of them remarked after ho had left Young Florence would be a mighty good man to have in the States legal department if we should manage to squeeze in again Hed just about fit in as third assistant attorney general II One of the livest young democrats in the Eighth district Rodman Keeron of Harrodsburg was over here this week looking in on the LogiBUturn Mr Keenon was deputy clerk of the Court of Appeals under the last democratic admistration lie is now county attorney of Mercer and secretary of the Mercer County Fair Ho Is one of the shrewdest young politicians in the State and will undoubtedly go up He is well known in Lincoln county having marred Miss Nell Adams of Hustonville S M S This contractor got results Some ago a contractor building a railroad in a warm climate was troubled a deal by sickness lagersamong the He turned his attention at once to their food and found that they were getting full rations of meat and were drinking water from a stream nearby He issued orders to cut dawn the amount of meat and to increase greatly the quantity of Quaker Oats to the menHe also boiled Quaker Oats and mhced the thin oatmeal water with their drinking water Almost instantly all signs of stomach disorders pat cJ men showed a decided improve ment in strength and spirits con tractor bad experience that taught him the great value of good oatmeal JThe cost was small lOc for renltr site packages it is also packed in her met tins for hot climates J J BELDEN For house carriage and sign painting deco rative hanging also trimming of nil kinds such us tops recovered curtains nnd boots undo Htopovcr Aldrtdge4 blacksmith shop West Main Ht Blanford Ky Phone Noe 2M J J IELDEN FARM FOR SALE My farm of 67 acres of good land well im proved well watered and fenced is for sale HJs located seven miles from Htanford lit the May wood section house has six rooms I I outbuildingIJ TMY1NGHTOJ I It F D No I Stanford Xy t NOTICE I will apply for n rolea the next meet log ol the Ituirdot Prison Uommlsiloners JAUBMHOOKKK W A TRIBBLE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phono 133 Stanford KentucRy Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer or Marblo and Granlto Monu monts Markers and Poets Cemetery and lAwn Vases and Hence Office nnd works Mo Kinney Ky The Great Texas Panhandle Ooh land lithe thh of nil wraith The safest Investment need the surest money miikur li rich farming land God Is ttli retting on the 110 li not making any more land Tie Texas Ian handle li the lat of the rich level land for settlement In this country fortunes will be made on the advance In price on these lands in the next few years Home seekers will KO no further when they er county Uthe garden spot andlllride ol the plains Tho best watered aud the rich est land no clearing or no hoods orcyclones High altitude delightful ell mate A proven wheat country First nrtie awarded our wheat and oats at the National Corn Kxpoiltlon nt Omaha Ne brnsia For free Illustrated booklet address JAMBH FKYEHCOTULIACOMIIKU eiAi Ctun- TullaHwiib r County Texas Sheriffs Sale I By virtue of Execution No 814 directed to me which issued from the clerks oflle of the Lincoln circuit court In favor ofOar tar Dry Goods Oo against J K Oarson I or one of my deputies will on Monday the dou- rotloaluokrxandroalockrx at the court house door In Htanford Lincoln coun ty Ky expose to publlo stile to the highest bidder the following property tor so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of the interest and coststowltt Fourteen acres of land In Lincoln county Ky situated near the titan ford and Huitonvllle and bounded by the lands of Kveret Janon H J Dayton and J8 Murphy This execution If for C75I5 with Interest hum July 8 IIW7 nod the cost of this action levied upon as the of J K Carton TEUMB Hale will made on a credit of six months bond wllh approved security requiredbearinginterestat tae rate of II cent per annum from day of sale and baring the force and effect of a replevin bond This 9th day of February 1810 W I McOAIITYHherlff Lincoln Co Sheriffs Sale I By virtue of Execution No SIT directed to me which Issued from the clerks office of the Lincoln Circuit Court In favor of FW hilborbergawlnal to Carter Dry Ooods Co against JrK Uarion I or one of lilY deputies will on Monday the Uth day of March 1B10 betwecjt the hours of 1 P M and t lioute door In Nina ford County of Lincoln K y se to pub lie sale to tho highest bier the following property necessary or to satisfy theamount ofthe Plaintiffs debt Interest and cost to wit I 14 acres of land situated In Lincoln county Ky near the Htanford and Huitonvlllo pike and bounded the lands of Evorott Carson H J Dayton and J H Murphy This paean Con Is for m wltb Interest of 8 per cent from July 3rd 1W7 and tho cost of this action levied as the property of J K Carton TKKMHiBnlo will be on u credit of six months bond with approved security required bearing Intern at the rate cent per annum from day of sale and having forco and effect of n Replevin bond this Oth of February 1810 W L McOAHTY Hherlff Lincoln Oo Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptprdate line of goods C7c D Good Every DayI Here are some things you need every j day in the year wet or dry hot orI stylesIOVERALLS elpIcan you any a Ik 1 No5 to a mans size 5- 0Suspenders i t The same every day in the year the HARRIS is the best 25c to 2 pair DRESS SHIRTS The FOUNTAIN is the standard neat black and white effects fancy or plain white are the popular colors withsoft or plaited bosom as you like NECKTIES If you Did not See our necktie Window last Week it was Your Misfortune But it is not too late come inside and see them H J McROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY n mIWill snake hciia lay cure thorn r of disease and keep theta in good thrifty condition T ITheincrease in the numberi II payforIt is soldat Penny Drug Moro I I8BB t American Wire Fence w GEORGE HI FARRIS Stanford i RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence aud place in a to get the latest market quotations at any time This cnn be accomplished by mennsafour telephone service syitlltheheadquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Far mers Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we KentuckyTennesseeIllinoL EAST TENNESSEE TEL TEL CO jire atoaAla i 0 IJGii I I f Jt t A Value ExtraordinaryI 1 i 1 i The Interior Journal S JSTANFORD Ky FEll 18 1910 ft of NEEDLES Bobbins and Shuttles for i PERSONALS Miss MAE TRAYLOR is with relatives at Lancaster MR J M McCARTY spent Wednes day In Lexington MIss ELLA MAY SAUNDERS was In Lancaster this week MR GEO D FLORENCE went over to rankfort Tuesday MR JAMES T MENKFEB spent a few days at home this week MR J W HAYDEN of Paris was hero on business Tuesday MISR ELLEN DALLOU went to Cincin nati yesterday for few days stay MR W n RICE of Louisville was here Wednesday selling our merchants MR A W SAMPSON spent several dajs with his brother in Columbus 0 MISSES MARGARET AND KATIE HUFF MAN are visiting their aunt at Lancas ter MR A T TRAYLOR was at Livings ton Wednesday buying more lumber for his big tobacco barn Miss DELL ELAND was tn Wednes days trainieturning from a delightful visit to Carlisle friends MR W IJ SINGLETON of this place who has been ill with bronchitis is able to be out again Advocate Miss ANNA CHANCELLOR has return ed from a delightful visit to her sister Mrs M E Prultt at Burnsldo- MR S D COCIIRAN and wife and Mr V A Lear of Canard were guests of the family of Mr W S Fish MR JAMES C HAYS who has been ill at his home In the East End for sometime was able to come to court Mon day MKS SUSAN YEACER and Miss Sslll Taylor Woods wentto Lexington yes terday to see Fritzl SchcfT in the Prima Donna MR W P WALTON wife and little Miss Mary Miller Walton of Lexing ton are spending the balance of the Winter in Florida MR A E GIBBONS returned Monday night from Detroit where he attended the great national meeting of Master Painters and Decorators Advocate Miss ELLA BARNETTE of baton 1 vllle left Sunday to join her brother e and his wife who are traveling in the West and not to take a position in a wholesale house at St Louis as stated in our HiHtonyllle letter THB sick are all doing aa nicely as could be expected Mrs J II McAI later ia convalescing Mlsa Poachie Baughman la holding her own Miss Mamie Straub is improving Mr W W Hays ia thought to be better and Mr Georgo B Sauflcya condition is as good as his physicians could expect Miss Emma Hays who has been ill Is about wellI LOCALS WBODING presents at Muellers I FOR field seeds call on T D New TOBACCO canvas all grades at r Hughes Martin A Coa y PIANO FOR SALE Square variety Will sell cheap Apply at this office T FOR SALE Secondhand heating stove Bargain if sold at once This 4 office GET Kortbeotta price on all kinds of produce scrap iron and libber Stan ford Ky THREE suites of roeua ia the Odd i Fellows building fir rent Apply to Ed Wilkinson I ONLY 10 more days of winter accord- Ing to the calendar But then the g h saw his shadow and we may have months of winter weather yet- WANTEDAA Ilabloman to take charge of an oil station at Moreland Ky and act ayngent for Standard Oil Co Must come well recommended Apply to W T Richardson Junction City Ky- FRED VON ALLMAN who bought the buttermilk from the Stanford Cream ery Co for the present half year ships it to Louisville where It meets with a ready sale JHe seeds it down by ex j press and after paying all expenses makes a nice profit da il p FOR SALrBay harness gelding and runabout Apply to E C Walton PUKE Cannel block coal at Donhams yards at IBc per bushel delivered in town TUB young ngiveswell hop at Waltons Opera House on the eve ping of Feb 25th SMALL storeroom I rent Suita blo for photograph gallery Will rent cheap II C Anderson Stanford FOR RENT Two acres of tobacco ground without barn room John C Gooch at Kennedys Mill Stanford Tits wifeDickBright colored died In Louisville and the remains were brought here and interred Wednesday OLD Process Oil meal S325 per 100 pounds 41pound Owl brand cotton seed meal 36 per ton J H Baugh man Co W W WtnTE5Sproprietor of the Country Store Is giving useful presents to those of his customers who buy 5or more worth of goods at ono time WB have farms in Hardin county in 50 acre tracts to 900 acres and prices from 300 to 11000 These lands pro duce fine Burley tobacco Stanford Real Estate Co TilE contest for the Stanford postof flee is beginning to take on hues Post master Florence seems to have much strength however says a Washington dispatch to the Louisville Times YOUR attention is called to the display ad of W A Carson the new restaurantcr Ho pleased 100 or more customers court day and hopes to please many more Especial attention to public day dinners TUB Danville Advocate having done up Senator It L Hubblo to Its own satisfaction now turns iU guns on lion J A Sullivan of Richmond Who will be the next to suffer at the hands of Editors Doneghy McIntyre and Richardson T J I15 ACRE farm three miles from Stan I 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 Placo well watered and fenced Will sell at right figure Stanford Real Es tate Co AT the ofthe fair secreta ties of this section at Danville Tuesday the dates of the fairs were set as fol lows Stanford fourth week in July Lancaster lost week in July Danville first week In August Harrodsburg second week in August Perryvllle third week in August HELD Will Montgomery charged with killing Will Stephens familiarly known as Shortening Bread in the Fast End had his examining trial be fore Judge James P Bailey Tuesday and was held over to the Circuit court in 500 which he readily gave Mont gomery proved himself a man of excel lent character ScorrMr ChaaksScott a sub stantial and good citizen of tho East End died Wednesday and was buried In the Goshen cemetery yesterday af ternoon after services by Mr J U Mc Clary Ho Is survived by his wife who was a Miss Vanhook and several children Mr Scott was a brother of Mr David Scott of tho Goshen sec lion MR MACK HUFFMAN tells us that he remembers well when Col Thomas II Swope whose death occurred in Kan sas City some months ago and who many believe was poisoned was a reel dent of Stanford He was a merchant and his store was where Mr H J Mc Roberts place of business now is Col Swope was in only moderate circum stances when ho loft hero but amassed a handsome fortune before his taking away As Senator Bankheadsaid after he heard Senator Heyburns tirade on theI grand old Confederate soldiers speech in the Senate so say wo of tho Danvlllo people and tho Kentucky Advocate anent their indignation meeting held ovor tho rdmatns of our own Senator Hubble We are sure tho gentlemen from Boyle now feel much better Verily the mountain labored and brought forth a mouse Our Danville friends should bear in mind that men are easier led than driven and that vinegar lanK catches lies I LOOK at W II Higgins pony rigs FOR farming Implements fancy field seeds etc see W IL Higgins Bia onwinter Lap Robes and Horse Blankets J C McClary TRY some pure Cannel coal The coal that lasts Dcntmms Coal Yards Stan ford and Rowland I RAVE saleagent several shares of stock in the Hustonvillo Na tlonal Bank E C Walton MY spring stock of buggy harness is in You can get choice now Quality and price count J C McClary ion SALELot oflocust posts Will cut to order J M Ware Stan ford R F D No1 Telephone No 72i THOSE indebted to the estate of Dr L B Cook must settle at once or I will bo compelled to collect the accounts by law Mrs L B Cook admx L B Cook YOUR attention Is called to tho big display advertisement of Sam Gold stein which appears on our fourth page He Is offering some great bar gains and ho wants you to get your share BOACRE farm miles from Stanford Land all cleared and in good state of cultivation six 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 2OCO Stanford Real Estate Co THE February term of the Lincoln circuit court will convene Monday but on account of tho inability of the fiscal court to provide adequate room Judgo iaufley will hear only equity cases The grand jury however will be in session and all witnesses who have been summoned must be present in order that they may be recognized for ap pearance at the regular May term TONY THB CONVICT A comedy drama in five acts will be given at Al corns Opera House on tho evening of Feb 25 The High School students of Hustonvillo Graded School will give this thrilling drama for the benefit of the school library All friends of education and patrons of tho school are cordially invited The program will be inter spersed with good music If you miss Tony you will miss Weary Wayside and Jackson too and the pleasure of life will be greatly dirain Ished Come I General admission adults 25 cents Children 12 years and under 15c Reserved seats at Rifles store The trouble begins promptly at 730 MATRIMONIAL Joseph Prowitt and Miss Sallie Park er of Junction City wero united in marriage Tuesday Marion F Jackson of Louisville and Mrs Jane Armstrong of Danville wero married this week Mrs Ida B Harmon of London au thorizes the announcement of tho en gagement of her daughter Miss Corene to Mr Harry Laforge Miss Harmon is at present in Paris France taking music under one of tho French mae tore John D Horton tho up todate restaurant r and fancy grocer and Miss Katie Phillips daughter of Mrs Geo Logan both of this place were mar nod at Nlcholoaville Wednesday They told only their most intimate friends of their intentions and the news of their marriage came as quite a surprise Mr Horton Is a clever and industrious young man and his legion of friends will con gratulate him on his return for winning ep charming a bride Mr and Mrs Horton will take a short bridal tour and will meet with a hearty welcome on their return home The I J joins their many other friends in hearty congratu lations and best wishe- sCHURCH MATTERS Rev JJ Dickey will begin a protracted meeting at the Logans creek church Monday night Feb 28 Thero were 16 udditions to tho Baptist church Sunday five of which were adults to be baptized Advocate Rev J Rockwell Smith was on Sun day formally installed as pastor of the First Presbyterian church at Lebanon Quarterly meeting services at the Methodist church Feb 26 and 27 conducted I by Rev D W Robertson pre siding elder c I I A BURKHARDT LOOK BUY 634cTWO THOUSAND YDS EXTRAQUALITY Dress DucK The kind that usually sells at lOc yd We bought this extra largo I lot order to get at this low price On sate WED 1 NESDAY at GJc hi SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY 1 DrugStoro landI I RAW FURS BOUGHT IQTRAPPERS E COME Ind MUSKRAT OTHEft IRACCOONlSkUtlK SPECIAL UIrill Cincinnati 0 Auctioneer I I offer my services to the of Lln coin county nt on auctioneer HntUfnctton guaranteed JI W McWUOHTKH- Morebind Ky II Y Ii No1 Residence Turnersvllle TOBACCO FARM FOR RENT I I desire to rent out for the present year a small tobacco farm of 10 acres near Grove Oases county Good dwelling nod bore Wayneburg FOR SALE I Dover Hotel nt Grub Orchard Mia storeroom across street with poitofllce Ad joining and a cottage or olllc of tbreo rooms All necessary outbuildings MR80URT1B OOVRR CrnbOrebnrdKy Notice To Claimants I Tnone having claim against the estate of the Llnthleam will prent them Tboeeowelug McKlnney Ky TO THE FARMERS 1 wltlcontlnue to handle Fertilizers lathe Jumbo and McKInney sections nnd ask my old patrons to remember me I also asktbe patronage of ninny new customerDCBIPPUC London AT Fruit and Ornamerjal Trees I Everything for Orchard lAwn and ardn One PlItlt1ftNo Agents H F Hillcnmcyer Sons LEZIKOTOW KaxiafKY B D CARTER New Llvorv rbopotStreetPhono 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY CLEMENS HOTEL J L ELXIN Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKY barge airy ontslde rooms Commercial travelers specialty Special rates by week or month The proprietor Is n former Lin coin county man and his should remember him when stopping In his town NEW MUSIC 1 We hAve placet In stock a line linn of vor enl and Instrumental music nil sold ut S3o per copy Will orierwny special piece de sired For sale a- tShugara EL Tanners Drug Store Stanford Kentucky EXECUTORS SALE OF LAND At ExecnUr ot Uonioe Curtis deed sell nt outcry to the highest bidder before the courthouse door in Htanfurd Kyfut about oclock on MONDAY M Alton H 1110 count court dAY his late home on the Danville pike Property Is about three miles from Stanford and Is bounded by tho lands of Mrs llattle White J 11 Hilton and the Danvlllo pits Lies opposite the farm of T A Hlce and contaIn by the deed 2D acres 1 rood and 10 poles or load Has on Itacottago barn nod necessary outbulld lags and spring Nice home convene iently located and fertile lund Sole will be made on credit of i months with Interest ate per cent from day of sale Purchaser will bo required to execute nolo with approved personal security nnd a lien will be retained on the land Faresaner shall have the priv liege of paying cash Possession will be given upon compliance with terms of sole 111 McRUUYUTL4 Yir M000S aartla When Hungry OOTO Carsons Restaurant Lancaster Street tonrord K Meals served at all hours up to llrso f MI- Hest placo Iu town tor n good aulcic- raoal I- Cooking to suit our cuttomersour specialty Splendid now line of fancy Groceries Hot OofTco Sandwiches plea llutter milk undswett milk etc nt itlltlmei W A CARSON Prop t L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Mn uj Novelties Etc Everything hate new good and desirable in belts bags hair rnamcnts jewelry etc Elastic belts variously trimmed and combined with leather are the favorites New bags in the large and medium sizes with strapped handles black lends in color with brown tans and greys quite strong Turbans nnd Turban pins are the things for head drew Wo have a largo assortment of coronet hair pins also coronet braid buckles and barrettes wo pinsOurappreintoHUGHES MARTIN CO 0 Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY Farmers Attention I Remember we carry the Hishest grade of FIELD SEEDS h t i The Genuine Oliver Plowsp AND A LARGE STOCK OF COLLARS IIAMES CHAINS ETC W E PERKINS T f Crab Orchard Ky Tinging Plumbing Heating Dont let 1010 pass without Laying hot and cold water through Seed house with a beautiful while Porcelain Bath Outfit lIne W K WARMER to install your country water work will easonable prices and guarantee We ale carry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS Roofing aM Rosier Palate Call and see us Telephone 188 IK WARNER Stanford Kr y YT L MCARTYPre E C WALTON Pres LR HUGHES8 AT Stanford Real Estate Co I Stanford Kentuclty I I Farms and Town Property Handled on Commission Stocks nail BOEI Sold If you Have Property to Sell or Rent Notify Us Write for Circular to L R HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky I N The Interior Journal JMHndinthePotl0icert Stanford at b Iwtndotan matter r La N TIME TABLEJ No tl Houthlllt6 r Y t No fflHouth Witt A J- INoUNorhttOA X NottNorth6 r M No X 1019 AM if NoS8ttOPK JOS S RICE Agent PRICEjSTAMFORD KENTUCKY Offfie over McRobcrta Drug Storo in MEETitfyy Lincoln LodRO No 80 FAAD1wlllmoet t to aalfd communication on each flrit and tfclrt Monday night of ench month at 7UJO tiock in their hall on main strceot Stan tort Kjr Member of Utor TPenaM Mnullr Invited to bo present tigleaHeo t Fall and Winter Stock Save your measure taken by a tailor of ex wtenoe Then your clothe whether low tnulneu suit or the Hnost eTenlna f 1sale will have that Individuality end fit which ptiUnly Indicate they were made to pmwte and overcoats Fall and winter rxsles ou hand ready for your inpectlon- HORUPLELTheTaUor I CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I ean fnrnUb the public with the best ns vdlas the freshest of cut flowers plants of Mttee H yAlsolmakeeaepeclaltyul wreetht tor lor funeral purposes In connection with the above I have all kbuUlef vegetable on band at reasonable JIll OImIHTMAN OREEN HOUSES KD HnuiiAUD lROB- Stanlord Ky iMHrts Tobacco and Tobacco r Earns Nothing Butlnsuranco Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man rr STANFORD KY Residence Phone M Office M Insure with me and be fully protected CONCRETING Weare In position to do alt kinds of con rstlM as Work Pavement aLIn fact we can make any thing from r lass down to a fence post We can serv yea and flrptdns pricebfreyous PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Mahoney Fish Insurance and Real Estate All 1dhds of INSURANCE all loads of property Only the larg est companies represented e Rates as lowaa can be hadanywhere Stanford Ky Phone 2OO JLBeazleyCo UndertaKers and Embabr en Also Dealers in Fur BttnreJuIatting8Rugs They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Pricoa Right STANFORD 1KENTUCKY J Ce McClary tertakeh Embalmor and- lender in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY- llhoae1I JJI4e PORe Mr r i r H kmdwrhwadr 4 III FARMERS DEPARTMENT J C Haya bought here Monday ten calves at 4c I IFityLancaster good ewea for sale W E FOR SALEMammoth Bronze tur keys Very fine stock Mrs G C Lyon Hustonville Ky The Lexington Herald quotes sales of mules at 450 and 535 per pair FARMERS ATTENTION ITry me on wagon and plow harness for quality and price J C McClary Several Ohio counties it Is reported from Lexington are anxious to joinI poolFOR extra good orchard grass and blue grass seed Jas D Shelby Junction City Ky FOR SALE25 three year old mules All broken and In good working order Call on or phone Logan Hubble Lan caster R F D No1 There will be more acres in tobacco In this county this year than ever be fore Some farmers will plant 20 or more acresMt Vernon Signal Senator R L Hubble sold his crop of 30000 pounds of tobacco here at about IBc per pound average The best grades brought as high as cAdvo cateGeorge B Robinson of Boyle sold to the Haywood Fair Association of Brownsville Tenn a fouryearold chestnut stallion by Montgomery Chief for 1000 At Kelley Lees sale In Scott county harness horses brought 205 to 225 pair of gray mares 435 long yearlings 36 75 short yearlings 26 75 hogs lOc sheep 725 to 9 25 per head Corn sold at 3 90 and hay 40 a stack FOR SALE Four good sows fine tock onesow and pigs and some shoats Sows will average 150 pounds shoats 60 pounds Residence three miles West of Kings Mountain on tho new pike W C Patrick Waynesburg Ky R F D No4 Prices in the Cincinnati hog market soared Tuesday until they reached tho highest level since the Civil War Top grade of hogs were quoted at 925 to 9 30 per hundredweight Clear pork has advanced to 25 a barrel which is 8 higher than a year ago BARGAIN 257 710 hero farm about five miles from town on good pike i mile from school church and store 100 acres fine tobacco land Nine room brick residence 240barrel crib shed granary silo barns etc Fencing good and place well watered Nine neverfailing springs cement troughs etc In a splendid neighborhood Stanford Real Estate Co ofeacres room dwelling two good stock barns new tobacco barn 36x96 ice house buggy house two corn cribs etc two good cisterns the whole farm being well watered well fenced and lava well Will se I as a whole or cut 200 acres with improvements to suit pur chaser which includes 100 acres as fine bottom land as there is in the county HughesIi MIDDLEBURG The recent cold snap has been hard on fuel supplies Prof E A Wesley made a snow plow Saturday and cleaned the streets for which the people were quite thank fulAll the merchants at Yosemite have contracted for gasoline fixtures to light their business houses Ours should do likewiseF Jones and John Carson worked all day last Friday in a driving snow storm straigtcning out the telephone wires from here to Yosemite which had become so tangled that no service could be bad over them Vertrees the little son of William Wheat has measles Mrs Helen Car ter remains quite sick C C Jones went to Wort burg Tcnn to see his son Herbert who was struck on the head with an ex handle and seriously hurtThe Graded School will celebrate Washingtons birthday with a flag rais ing on the school grounds here Tues day when a good crowd is expected The kid band will give an ice cream and oyster supper atnight and will fur Dish good music on both occasions Everybody invited to come and have a good time At a business meeting Saturday Rev J L Adkins of Burksville was called to the pastorate of the Baptist church here for half his time It is under stood that the Liberty church will also call him Rev Adkins comes well recommended as an able and earnest minister of the gospel and the member ship is anxious that he accept the call If your stomach is out of order or distressed no matter froth what cause Mlona stomach tablets will give in stant relief and cure indigestion acute or chronic or money back Guaranteed by G L Penny for 50c A ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY Acaa farm on good pike Has two houses In 2J miles of railway station Land produces good tobacco Look at it and you will buy it Price only 2500 Stanford Real Estate Co 11 He thought it was a valentine- It made him thrill Itburtits bill pride to find inside The Paracamph Patent MedtcIhiB Coat Louisvillfi tiM af gafcd U d dcJ riU = I t ByRequest We have received several hundred letters from the people of Lincoln and adjoining counties requesting us to continue our great sale an other week to enable them to par take of some of the great bargains we have to offer and we wish to announce that we will for 7 days only Beginning Monday February 21 And Continuing 7 days until MONDAY MARCH 1st Signed S GoldsteinBelow is a partial list of the many bargains we have to offer Space will not permit us to quote prices on the entire stock 920 Mens Fine Suits 8808 A grand assortment of single and dou blebreasted sack suits black blue and brown cheviots serges velour finished cassimero some solid worst- eds in gray and brown nobby tweed mixtures in all the most desirable and newest shades all superbly tailored coats Frenchfacet finished perfect fit guaranteed Values that are equal in every respect to suits that sell for 920 Our sale price 8808 Mens Splendid Suits made up in medium and heavy weights conserve tive styles positively up to 812 or your money refunded at any time during this great public sale 308 814 Suit All to Match 8440 A fine suit of clothes all to match come in homespun and worsted Scotch mixtures This suit positively worth 814 or your money refunded at any time during the great public sale 8440 816 All Worsted Suits 86 40 This is the peer of any you can see elsewhere at a 16 price mark A mar vel of goodness all sizes Dont fail to ask for this suit A genuine 810 value 8640 Stock Must Be Sold 60c Values in Seamless Fancy Half Hose all sizes public sale18c Stock Must be Sold 810 Values in Mens Heavy Win ter Overcoats all sizes Public sale prise360Stock Must be Sold 8350 Standard Quality Mens Fine Patent Leather Shoes latest styles Public sale pricc1U8S- tock Must bo Sold 83 Values in Boys Fall and Win ter Knee Pants Suits All sizes Public sale price 08c Stock Must be Sold 8250 Values in Ladies Patent and Vici Kid Dress Shoes Latest styles Public sale price 08c Ladies Skirts Ladies Walking Skirts all sizes andstyles You must see them to realize tie magnificent quality the complete perfection of tho styles and colorings skirts which you seldom have seen equaled for 550 lie ccivera sale price220C- ravenettes and Overcoats Overcoats that are tho peer of any you see elsewhere at 88 English ul ster clothing also Kerseys and Me tons in drabs tans modes best do mestic Kerseys blue black and tan shades excellently bylined plain lap ped seams all marvels of goodness In this great public sale 5108 815 Cravencttcs 8648 guaranteed water and rainproof coats Made of an excellent cravcncttcd worsted All custom matte throughout Peerless and the equal of any 815 garment In this public sale 8508 Mens Hat Department consolidated lot of Mens Fine Dress Hats selected from lines where them were only a few left and com bined making a total ofabout 100 hats guaranteed and positively worth 8150 to 82 and 8250 Watch them go atMc Mens 8250 and 83 hats this years new arrivals all sizes and styles conio and pick them Public sale price 08c Underwear Mens Sanitary Fleeced Underwear positively worth 50c while it lasts the garment lOc Same ns above only 75c grade 37c Childrens Jersey Ribbed Under wear sanitary fleeced underwear positively worth 50c our price lOc Mens Pants 50c 70c 8140 170 Mens Underwear lOo to 37c Ladies Underwear lOc to 37c Hats 30c 80o 8120 8130 Mens Extra Heavy Work Shirts never sold for less than 76c sale price c- lens Work Shirts fancy and nob by designs worth 50c sale price 18c Mens Finq Dress Shirts Staid ard 8125 sellers all sizes in fall and winter patterns sale price 70c Express Charges paid on all mail orders of 10 Railroad fare paid to all outoftownpurchasers of 26 or more Our GuaranteeIL We assure each and every purchaser absolute satisfaction we guarantee each and every statement hero made and wo do hereby agree to exchange or refund the money on every purchase if so desired Every garment is marked in plain figures One price to all Nothing cxcoptcd Entire stock must be liquidated Se GOLDSTEINStanford Kentucky Red and Blue Signs will guide you to the right place Sale closes the moment E article is sold hot MARCH 1st AT COSTVWe still offer you our tocK of Winter Goods At Cost During The Month of Fen 1 Sam Robinson Next Door to Lincoln County Bank f Stanford Hyr j OUR BUGGIESAR- EOPENED UP AND READY FOR YOU TO JOOIC AT ALL i New Stock Nothing Carried over from Lost Year etrsee W H HIGGINS Ii Stanford Kentucky Dont FailTo Oct our prices on TobaccocCanvass t Wo Have the PRICE and tile goods L LSFNDERSCrab Orchard Ky R B MAHONEY Pres J T WHITE Secy W 8 FISH Tress ro The Citizens Realty and4 Title Co j I Farms houses and lots for rent tale or exchange Pcreona desiring gaiek sales or purchase in realty of all kinds Callon or write us at STANFORD JKY Promptness and Reasonable Commissions Our Specialty Phone 200 The WintryBJasts t May Come And the Rain and Snow Fall Vt your stock will keep warm a NunneIIeyfs New Stock Yards 1leniyof Covered Pens ndPSi and Water Meet market in the State So them on Gotfti aytSeotud INBRtujB7Aitat JI I Mogday I 1 tt r J