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Miss I'attle Willis, n popular young Chnrlcs Mefford, ono of tho oldest In tho measures now boforo tho General Assembly whoso enactment will be woman of the Kirksvillo section, is residents of Frankfort, Is dead. Dapt. Devcrcaux, U. S. A., retired, of benefit to tho Stato, Is to be num- dead. Gcorgo C Thompson, of Eist Hern died at his home at Natchez, Miss. $ bered Houso Mil No. 193, of which Mr Charles Tucker, a prominent farmer, t Shank Is the author and which pro- stndt, was reappointed deputy United Is dead at his homo near Versailles, vides for tho creation and establish-mento- f States marshnl. The Somerset council repealed tho Dr. Charles F. McGhnn, prominent a "Department of Uniform Accounting and Inspection of Public special tax Imposed on tho business throughout tho medical world, died at men some two years ago. Aiken, S. C. Offices." Davo Urown, assistant mine foreman Joo U. Alexander, for many years Inspector and Examiner la Tho State Co. nt East proprietor of the Alexander Hotel in mado tho chief officer of tho depart- of the Phoenix Jclllco Coal Louisville, Is dead. ment with the titlo of Stato Inspector Hcrnstadt, died of smallpox. Mrs Lucrctia Divine, of tho West Robert Casslty, for many years keep and is to havo two assistants, appointed lOOdth an er of the toll bridge over Licking river from tho two political parties casting End of Hoyle, celebrated the In Rath county, is dead. the largest vote at tho preceding Stato niversary of her birth yesterday. Thieves broko into the Christian Tho boiler at James Haley's grist election; in addition tho Stato lnspcc tor is given tho power to appoint, af church nt Junction City and stole a lot mill In Wolfe county exploded, killing " ter coronet tlvo examination, Held ex of coal and other things of small value. two people and injuring four. Curtis Parrish, 83 years old, is dead Thomas H. Dodge, a philanthropist, rcceivo pay and aminers, who are to following a short illness nnd inventor of the cylinder printing their necessary expenses when actually nt Richmond, lie was surveyor of Madison county for preis, is dead at Worcester, Mass, duty. on over 40 years. Joseph II. Lackey, a Trigg county These officers, together with tho Harry Smith, charged with killing boy, has purchased an Interest in the essary clerical appointees, constitute Ewing O'Neal in Rockcastto county, Trotwood-Taylo- r Magazlno at Nashtho working forco of a department provisions of was arrested in Missouri and is now in ville. which, under tho further Emmett Owen and Ray Anderson, tho act, is charged with tho duty of Jail at Mt. Vernon. Nicholasville went wet in an election young men living near Cuzco, Ind., seeing that a uniform system of accounting and reporting is adopted and hold In that town Tuesday by a major- fought with revolvers and both were followed by "every public department, ity of 30 In September, 1900, tho fatally wounded. by 17. W. K, Phillip, ono of the most promwhether State, county, city, town, place went dry The Hoylo circuit court was affirmed inent business men In Tennessee, nnd school district or other taxing subdivisin the case of Joo Rurdctto against the a wholesalo grocery merchant of Nashion or unit within tto State, and In evor other Institu Hoard of Council of Danvlllo. Durdctto ville, died at Long Key, Fla. ery penal, charitable was given 35 days in jail for soiling liTho Canadian Northern railway has tion within tho State supported in prohibition town announced that tho company would whole or in port by tho State, or by quor in a Fifteen men aro confined in the Pine-vill- a spend $8,000,000 in railway construcany county, city, town, school district jail awaiting penitentiary senten- tion In Western Canada this year. or other taxing subdivision or unit Miss Agnes Elkins, a niece of United or In any institution ces, and one, James White, is under within tho Stato. to which cither the State or any mu- sentence of death. Four of thoo under States Senator Stephen U. Elkins, of nicipality within tho State has contrib- conviction wcro sent up for life. The West Virginia, shot herself, probably pre rent term of the Hell circuit court fatally, In a hotel at Kansas City. uted or contributes funds or property." Nick Muntz, who shot and killed Elva Separato account aro to bo kept for exceeds all records in the number of Coy, two months ago, believing Coy to every appropriation, levy or fund, and convictions mado, says a dispatch McKinley Shad- - be a night rider, committed suicide by rcporU aro to be mado regularly to Tho administrator of oan has filed suit in the Pulaski circuit hanging himself in his barn in Harrison the Stato Inspector on forms furnished court against the Queen & Crescent county. by him. The measure increasing tho salaries Kcutucky, for railroad for f 20,000 Tho boy was steal Under this sjstcm, company's train and of circuit judges In Kentucky $1,200 the first time, will have a lino on the ing a ride on tho fired to scare him. a year passed the House Wednesday financial workings of every public of- - llrakcman Litton haphaxard methods The bullet struck a rock, bounded al- and will become a law when signed by flee and institution; a. right angles and struck the Gov. Willson. of accounting, of supervision and ro most at T II Robertson, of Gainesville, Ga., will bo replaced by prescribed lad, killing him instantly. Robert Hardporting ing, of Danville, and Denton & Wad was named grand secretary of the In method and exact inspection and the dle, of Somerset, represei t the plain' dependent Order of Odd Fellows, to uso mado of any and all money belongtiff succeed J S. Tyson, of Savannah, who Some Nice Things Papers are Say ing to tho Stato or municipality can be died last week. ing Over the State of the Sale Kentucky determined. At present, Memory of a Little One Who Is Fire destroyed $100,000 worth of prop Of the I. J. has noway of knowing what part of In orty, chiefly fruits and vegetables, In Now in Heaven. such funds is wasted. Tho Shanks bill GOV. IIECKIUM IN STATE JOURNAL. commission district of the Water-stree- t is modeled on tho law which a number A few weeks ago tho I. J. brought Mr. Shelton Saufley has bought the States have adopted with a ro to us tho news of a death at Highland, Chicago. The heaviest loser was Gin of other Stanford Interior Journal and will hundreds of thous- which must have cast much gloom and nocchio, Costo & Co. sultant saving of Alleging that her own daughter, a shortly move to Stanford to take charge ands of dollars annually and an Increas- sadness in the home whero tho death of it. All who know him wish him the ed honesty and efficiency In the public occurred, and tho Highland Methodist handsome young girl of 21, had taken her husband's love, Mrs. Daniel T. Fer fullest measure of success in his now financial status Sunday-schooKentucky's business It is hard for us to re- guson, of Petersham, Mass , has sued enterprise, but his many friends in is such that she can not afford to be in- alize that little Stella is there no more, Frankfort deeply regret to see him different to such questions. A closer because in our imagination wo seo her her husband for divorce. Miss Margie Calhoun, granddaughter leavo hero. Herjame here some years monguard over tho waya In which her in her Sunday-schoclass, with those ago and was managing editor of the eys are expended would produce better pretty bluo eyes sparkling, her thought of South Carolina's statesman, John C. under Mr. Walton. With of appropriations and attention fixed upon her teacher, Calhoun, and a sister of Patrick Cal State Journal returns and permit houn, of San Francisco, died at Atlan his courteous and gentlemanly manners now declared impossible for want of seeming to be lost in thought of the he has won the good will and friendship ta, Ga., Tuesday, aged G3. fundi. said, "Suffer littlo children ' Tho Shanks bill is nothing more nor Ono Whounto Mo, and forbid them not, Robert Miller, 27 years old and mar of all the people here, and he will leave to come not an enemy in the entire community. less than a proposal and a plan for the for of such is the kingdom of Heaven." ried, met Mamie Hoose, a former He has developed into one of tho best sweetheart, at Waco, Tex., and shot adoption by Kentucky of a buslnes sysThen we seo her as she goes up to journalists in the Stato and with his tem in her business affairs. As such it grandpa's. Hut, alas! wo know that her to death with an automatic pistol capacity and traits of charactr, ho is Ho then blew out his own brains. Is entitled to consideration and to favorshe is not there; her little body has goes. Irvin Hantchett, a white certain to succeed wherever he Times editorial. been laid away in tho old graveyard to lllo able Tho Stanford Interior Journal has boy, was arrested charged with the await the resurrection, but wo are sure murder of Mary Tedder, aged 14 years, for a great many ytara been one of tho POLITICAL. that her spirit is not there. We will noar Deland, Fla. Tho girl was stab strongest papers in Kentucky, vigorMra. Marllla Ricker, wealthy andC5, not expect to seo her there any more, bed in 65 places, being literally cut to ously and forcibly edited, first by Col. W. P. Walton and afterwards by his will run for governor of New Hamp because we know that she has gono to pieces. Him Who said, "I go to prepare a brother, Ed Walton. These two broth-er- s shire. The former Secretary of tho Trensu have been an honor and credit to Judge B. L. D. GufTy, lato Judge of place for you " Oh, how comforting ry says inai u a central bank wcro et- the Court of Appeals, Is thougot to bo it will lie to tho bereaved family and tablished in this country it would be the profession of journalism. Scrupuin the expressfriends if they will only remember that owned or controlled by dying at his homo at Morgantown. Standard Oil, lously honest, fearless David K. Francis, of Missouri, stated God takes somo children to Himself to and that it could pay the National debt ion of their views nnd generous in their treatment of friends or foes, they have that ho was in tho raco to succeed Sen- make Heaven complete. It seems hard for its charter. an honorable reputation for ator Warren In tho Unitod States Sen- to understand it hero; yes, It may not Ono man waa killed, another proba established In success in the newspaper business. ate, and will make a finish light for the bo for us to here at present. No, bly fatally injured and several passen"Not now, put in tho coming years, it gers were shaken up and badly fright fact, they have proven by their expeplace. may be in a hotter land, rience that it pays for a newspaper to Friends of Auditor James want him ened In a wreck that occurred on the to run for Congress In this district but We'll road tho meaning of our tears, Guthrie & Elkhorn brnch of the L. & be honest and not sell out its policy of and then somottmo we'll understand. N. utterances. we bellevo he possesses too much judgnear Hermon. Mr. Saufley, thereforo, takes possesment to give up his good office for a We'll catch the broken thread again, Senator Tillman, of South Carolina, sion of a newspaper with an establishand finish what wo hero began; barren ideality. was taken suddenly llCon the steps of ed reputation, and we predict that ho The Kentucky Senate passed a meas- Heaven will the mysteries explain, and the Capitol and had to be carried into will prove himself worthy to keep up then, ah, then, wq'll understand Stato revenue ure which abolishes agents. Under the provisions of tho God knows the way; Ho holds the koy; his room. Later he was removed to its excellent record. Tho State Journal his home, where ho is now under the feels a personal interest and pride in Ho gulden us with unerring hand; bill, county assessors will be given tho care of a physician. Tho attack Is said him, and upon his departuro from here, Sometime with tearless eyes we'll see, power to appoint revenue agents. yes, there, up there, we'll underst'd to havo been due to a recurrence of an wishes for htm and his family prosperi It Is reported from Washington that Arizona Then trust in God thro' all thy days; fear old trouble, hardening of tho arteries. ty and happiness. tl.cro Is little dubt but that Louis Ostendorf, of the Empire Theanot, for He doth hold thy hand; will be given Statehood at this session euzabethtown news. Congress and that Mark Smith, for- Tho' dark thy way, still sing and praise; ter orchestra at Indianapolis, shot and ,of UnSometime, sometime, we'll unders d. killed an Italian violinist named Casca Mr. Shelton M. Saufley, who has merly of Kentucky, will bo Its first at tho entranco to tho theater. Casca, been doing somo very fine work on tho A Friend. ited States, Senator. who had been dismissed from the or- Frankfort News, has purchased tho IN bill introduced by Senator A. J. The chestra, had fired two shots into TERIOR JOURNAL at Stanford, of Mr. The Dest Hour of Life. Oliver, of Allen county, to prohibit tho abdomen. Tho latter then Ed Walton and has taken possession. Is when you do somo great deed or manufacture or sale of cigarettes or cigarette paper or materials (n this discover somo wonderful fact This wrested the revolver from his assailant The Interior Journal is one of tho publlca-rion- s State, received scant consideration at hour pamo to J. H.Pitt, Hocky Mt., N. and killed him. Ostendorf died shortly most successful in Kentucky and has been in the the hands of the Committeo on Ken- C i whon he was suffering Jntensely, ho afterward. hands of W. P. and E. C. Walton for tucky Statutes, to which its was refer- says, "from the worst cold I over had. Ltfo on Panama Canal 40 years. Mr. Saufley Is a popular and red, the report being adverse, which I then proved to my great satisfaction an experienced newspaper man and he what a wonderful Cold andCoughcuro Has bad ono frightful drawback-malari- a has the effect of killing the measure. trouble that has brought suffering will keep his purchase up to its high Dr. King's Now Discovery is. For, Struck A Rloh Mine. after taking ooe bottle 1 was entirely and dsatb. to thousands Tho gorms standard of excellence W. Hoods, of Coal City, Ala., cured. You can't say uhythlng too cause chills, fever and aguo, bllllous- S. Staggers Skeptlos. says ho struck a perfect rnlno of health good of a medtolne like that." Its the nesi, laundlce, lassitude, weakness That a clean, nice, fragrant com In Dr. King's New Life Pills for thuy surest uml best remody for diseased and general debility. Hut Kloctrlo Hitured him of Liver and Kidney trouble Ijngs, Hemorrhages, LiUuppe, Asth ters nevor fall to destroy them and pound like liucklen's Arnica halve after 12 years of suffering. Tboy aro ma, nay rover or any mroai or lung euro malaria troublos. "Three bot will Instantly relievo a bad burn, cut, the beat pills on earth for Constlpa-Hod- , tronblo. 60c, fl. Trial bottlo free, tles completely cured mo of a very se- scald, wound or plies, staggers skepvere attack of malaria," writes Win, tics. Hut great cures prove Its a won Malaria, Headache. Dyspepsia, Guaranteed by Peony 'i Drug Store. A. Fretwell, of Lucaraa, N. C "and derful healer ojhe worst sores, ulcers, Debility. 35c at Penny's Drug 8 toro. Henry W. Donnelley, formerly a I've bad good health ever since." bolls, felons, eczema, skin eruptions, widely known actor and, later a theatri- Cures Stomach, Liver and Kidney as also chapped bands, sprains and The first of the Bo worth-Wya- tt y cal manager, died at his home in N,ew troubles and prevents typhoid, 60c. oorns. Try it. wen leuoyt urug good roads measure pawed the Guaranteed by Penny's Drag SrT Tork. Senate by a vote of 21 to 10. tor, - Ak ' ' Jft -- NO. 102 22 it u 22 :: f p if fl I I I I I I I I It OVERCOATS! Heavy Shoes, II Si Winter Suits, Underwear AT COST. j$ jj ! Curiimins & Wearen j t I it i : Cbe Lincoln county national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Capital, l. Surplus, Resources, 3: H. SHANKS. J. B. PAXTON. PRESIDENT $50,000.00 43,000.00 340,000.00 W.:M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, J. W. ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER. CLERK. DIREOTORS: W. O. Walker, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter.Stanford John B. Foster, Stanford; W. H. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Ran- kin, Lancaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; W. H. Traylor, actlon.-Loutsv- Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; H. Cummins, Preachersville; Lilburn Goocb, Gilberts Creek. W. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN J 882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Combines. with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customer. We Solicit Your Account. OFFICERS. J. S. Hocker, President; S. T. Harris, John J. McRoberts. Cashier; H. C. Baughman. Asst. Cash'r t; 1 F. Reid, MD DIRECTORS. J H. Baughroan, F Cummins, S. T. no. C. Robinson, E. C. Walton, J. S. Hocker, W.W.Saunders. Bookkeeper. C. E. Tate. J- "5' ?",., n,i Elmo". J. - M Peus. "WTBltHiSMiTfitTki irn !! MMSuiO semi-week- ly WINTER TOURIST TICKETS TO TMiS SOUTH and SOUTHEAST ON SALE DAILY VIA QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE good Returning until mat U. 3i, 1910 M a for KICK!. Foil f.iT.A, Pirtlcalira, call oi, or nrlu 101 B, M.i. Si., Uii.poi, &. J Ken-'tuck- ammmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm J 4 nui.irt mty imitmmltfttti ur': mtmt iMiifsj- - Miitiiwimtiii r sfi,,M The Interior Journal. 8HELTON M. SAUf LEY, OWN Frankfort Political GoMlp JBditor. by Tbel ;How ToCollect i - KB. HON. HARVEY HELM, for n ot Lincoln count, roldt of r- - dUtrlM.sntlecttotbenctlon rati putty. th ilenw MR. BRYAN FOR COUNTY OPTION. IN a statement Issued by William Jennlwjs Bryan, ho comes out for local option and says It is time for all political parties to declaro themselves Independent of tho liquor Interests. The saloon is generally allied with vice and the efforts of such to control or dictate public policies are as d'sRUstinjr as they are to decent people. It Is certainly useJ to debauch politics and intelligent consideration of public The democratic party at questions. least cannot alTord to net as tho mouth-piec- o of tho liquor Interests and the ooncr it declares that there Is nothing common between it and tho selfish, mercenary nnd conscienceless tralllc against tho home, tho State, private virtue and public morals tho better. Mr. Bryan regards county option as fair and logical and insists that the government has tho undoubted right to regulate tho liquor traffic in any manner It sees fit, Mr. Bryan was speaking especially as to Nebraska, but his conclusions are applicable to nil sections. Tho accursed traflle must go and tho man or men who attempt to n prevent tho people from expressing their wish on tho subject need ask nothing farther from them. If they do, when they ask bread they will bo given a stone. They will not again bo permitted the chanco to break faith and their promises. flat-footcon-corn- s pro-ve- t 1 1 i-- r crmino to enter private practice, whero their pecuniary return was so .much in excess of tho salarylwhich has formerly been paid this division of tho bench. WOODSON MAY, Mgr.. The Knights of Columbus, a Catholic by organization, secured the passage both Houses of a bill making October day a legal holiday. 12 Columbus succeed for There was no opposition anywhere to cratic standard-beare- r this bill and it will, bo readily approved ing term. Mr. James' homo is in and he is very strong with by tho Governor. I will npply fnrn pnrolont tb his party there and clsewhcro in tho county unit dill a goner. the lluunlot Prison tloininlsflom-rs- . JAMBMIlOOKKIl Several backsets have recently been district, and undoubtedly could have by tho advocates of the Coun- the empty honor if he wishes it. What received ty Unit Extension bill in the House. Its would mnko him an especially available been trying to push It for- candidato is the fact that he has a pret friends Federal courts have time and again ward as have Furniture and Undertaking. a special order, but havo been ty fat "bar'l" and would not bo troubboycott is in restraint decided that the led for funds to finance a Congressional unable to muster tho necessary Day Phono 23. of trade, especially interstate trade, voto to do so. Tho sentiment in campaign. and thereforo illegal, but until the deNight Pbouo 138. Another Eighth district republican, House for extension of the local op the cision of the court sitting at Danbury, to all counties of who holds a State office here, is coming Conn., utrainst the union hatters for tion law uniformly Stanford, KontucKy. the State, is considerably in,tho major- into the limelight through the talk that boycotting tho manufacturers, it had is being heard among his party's leadindividual members ity in the House, but is not nearly as not been held that strong as haslbecn 'the sentiment for ers of running for auditor to succeed were pecuniarily responsiblo to the conoriginal, CountyJUnit bills in previ James. This man is Insurance Comcerns injured. A verdict for $224,900 the Houses. A great many temper missioner Charles W. Bell, who, also 240 members of the ous was given against In nnd Manufacturer of; ance representatives believe that the halls from old Mercer. That Commisunion and the decision is in effect that present County Unit law is sufficient sioner Bell has made a good official, not Marblo and Cranlto Montr very member who pays a dollar to his for the present. a They would voto all even the rankest democrat will gainsay, monts, union, which in turn supports tho natday long against repealing the present and if the republicans have to have the ional bodies, which form the American Poats, fVmetery and Utwn Marker! law, if it became necessary, but are in offices again which very few people vntpiniKt and untcv mm works. He Confederation of Labor, is responii-bl- e no hurry to vote for further cxten here believe he would make a fine Kinney, Ky. for the acts and statements of its auditor. State Senator Joe Bosworth, sion. officers. This now principle of individRepresentative George Waggoner, of of Middlesboro, is also being "mention- The Great Texas Panhandle. responsibility will be taken to the ual Henry county, the option leader in the ed" for auditor, however. . Bosworth is Ulcb land 11 tUe iMt.Uof nil wraith. The Supremo Court for final adjudication House, caused everyone to sit up and a member of the famous democratic anfrst Investment nnd tnr aurxit money and the result will bo watched with take notice when he shot in a State Bosworth family of Lexington and was maker, ! rtcn farming Innd. (iod ! still retting on the "aevnnth dnv." Ho In not both by union men and great interest g The Trim democrat himself until he making ! any more land.rich, Irvil land tor wile prohibition bill last week. He nor a the lait of thrt their employers. ettlement In tbli eountry. Kortunen will any of thelfriends of the prohibition moved to Bell county and got interestlie made on the advance) 111 price oil thrae land! the next eker The selection of Appellate Judge movement havo any hopes of getting it ed with other capitalists in coal mines will Inno further few yean. Home Hwlib-e- r when tbey ee II, ko He then turned republican, but ho has Henry S. Parker, of Louisville, to sue passed. Many of tho strongest tern county l the garden pot and "pride ol The waiereii anu me rien-eceed President James K. Patterson, of perence men in the State who aro here, always regarded progressive legislation ineninim." clearing or urtitiblng, no flood land, no High tho Stato University, insures a fitting do not hesitate to say that it would be favored by tho democrats, with such orcyclonei. proven altitude, deilgbtful cli mate, a wneai country, prohibition liberal views that the democrats char prue awnntea onr wheal and oata atrirai successor to the learned and capable foolish to vote State-wid- o the nt uinaha, Uorn ntarly 40 years direct- in Kentucky before the Federal Inter acterize him as an unusually "good re- NationalKnr free Kxpoamon booklet, addreaa man who has for llluatrnted laws aro repealed, publican." JAMEH rttYK.HKO.TULIAC'OKMKU- ed with marked ability the institution state commerce George D. Florence, of Stanford, was ial Ol.un. which ho has seen rise from modest which permit thejjshipment of liquor Tulla.Hwltner Oounly Texas. among the great- from outside the State Into local option over this week on business with the pretentions to a place tho aboli auditor's department and shaking hands I est Universities in the country. Not territory. The v admit that content with devoting his lifetime to its tion of the liquorbusiness in Kentucky with his friends at the capital. Mr. interests, he proposes that his aid and under existing conditions would not on- Florence is well known to the republiIly virtue of Kxecutton No. MS, directed to me, which influence shall continue after his death, ly fail to stop the supply of liquor in can leaders. One of them remarked of the Lincolnlamed from the clerk' otllcer circuit court In fnvorotOur-tat)ry OoodaOo. agnlnat J. K. flaraon, I, and to that end will leave his fortune the State, but would add a tremendous after he had left: "Young Florence my deputlea. or burden of taxation upon the peo would be a mighty good man to have in or one of of Marcb, IKIU,will on Monday the of S150.000 to it. tnnouncement lietween the hours lltbday t o'clock f. M., at the which was mady last week. Great in- pie of the State to make up tho loss of the State's legal department if we of o'clock p.m. midHtanford. Lincoln councourt bouae door In deed has been the work of this really taxes should the big distilleries be driv- should manage to squeeze in again. ty. Ky., expose to pulillosalu to the highest following property (or ao much He'd just about fit in as third assistant bidder the may be neceasnry to satisfy the great man, to whom thousands of young en out. thereof us amount of the plnlntlfl'i debt. Intercut and The County Unit bill is certain to be attorney general." men and the State gcnally are irreOne of the livest young democrats in coats), to wit: Fourteen acres of land In passed by the House b fore the session Lincoln county, Ky..sltuted neartbe Htandeemably indebted. Is over, but its enemies seem to have the Eighth district, Rodman Keenon, ford and II uatonvllle pike andH.hounded by J. Davton Ihelandaof Kverett Cnraon. Gecrce Saunders, aued 65, of Rich- things so completely in hand that it of Harrodsburg, was over here this and J. H. Murphy. 1D1B execution iv lor tia 10. wiiu miTrm forced to will get through too late for any fur week looking in on the ljisltnr mond, Va., has just been fium July t, 11U7. nod the cost of this action Miss Annie ther serious consideration by tho Sen- Mr. Keenor. was deputy clerk of the lev led upon na the property of J. K. Gnrsou. elope with his sweet-heart- , TEHMa Hale will IV made on n credit of Fox, 10 years his senior, because his ate, even if thatj body was inclined to Court of Appeals under tho last demo six months; bona with approved security required, bearing Intereatut the rate of s sons thought tho old man was not a give it. cratic admi8tration. He is now county per cent, per annum from day of sale, and attorney of Mercer and secretary of the having the force and effect of A replevin proper subject to commit matrimony a WOMEN LOSE THEIR FIGHT. Mercer County Fair. He is one of the oonu. inia vin uay ni reorunrr, iviu. boys. They third time. W. UMcUAItrr.Hherltl Lincoln Co. The suffragettes, (who have been in shrewdest young politicians in the State should have some consideration for age. festing the capital Bince tho session bo and will undoubtedly go up. He is well I It is dangerous for old people to bo gan, endeavoring to get tho Legisla- known in Lincoln county, having marsliding down ladders and fleeing to ture to pass a law giving women the ried Miss Nell Adams, of Hustonville. S. M. S. Ily virtue of Execution No. 617, directed Gretna Groens. They aro apt to get right to vote for election of school to me. which Issued from the clerk'a otllce some of their bones broken. trustees, practically lost all hopo when of the Lincoln Circuit Court In favor of This contractor got results. K. W. hllberberg. assigned to Curler Dry tho House Committee on Suffrage and (foods Co., against J, k.. Carson, I, or one of Gov. Beckham's paper, the State my deputies wtlton Monday, the mil day Some years ago a contractor buildElections decided to report adversely Journal, is making it mighty warm on tha bill. The ladies had felt that of Marcb. luio. hetweoa the hours of t r. m. ing a lallroad in a warm climate wai and t v. M at the couft bouse door In Htan e troubled a treat deal by sickness these cold winter days for those Sena- things were coming their way when ford, County or Lincoln Ky., expose 10 puu-liamong the laborers. sale to the hluhust bidder, the following tors who promised their constituents thoy secured a favorablo report from property (or so much thereof us may lie He turned his attention at once to one thing and are now doing another, necessary to saitsry loe amount ui ine the gallant Senators. The members of their food and found that they verc I'lalntltra debt, Interest, and coat), to wlti and tbey deserve all that is said of the lower House committee were less 14 acres of land situated In Lincoln county, getting full rations of meat and wric Kr.. near the Htanford and llustnuvlllu Dike The Louisville Herald makes chivalrous, however, for they turned a drinking water from a stream near by. them. and bounded by thelnndsof EvertittCnrson, tho bold declaration that tho Senato is deaf ear to all entreaties and decided H. J, Dayton and J. H. Murphy. This execu He issued orders to cut dun the tion Is for IT with mien-s- ol s per cent. controlled by a quartet of lobyists from July 3rd ltaf nnd tho coat of this action against the bill. This means that the amount of meat and to increase ureany levied upon as the property of J. K. Carson. whose word is law to their subservient the quantity of Quaker Oats fed tu the House will kill it. Somebody said that TKltMH! Hule will be tnudu on n credit of men. If true, pity 'tis, 'tis true. tho only ones who followers. six months, bond with approved security want women to voto required, hearing Interest at tbtf rate off. He alo boiled Quaker Oats and per cent per annum rrom uay ui ni, aim women and Plans aro already on foot to make are "short-hairemixed the thin oatmeal water vit't having the force and effect of n lteplevln men," but the delegation from their drinking water. Almost instantly bond, tbls lh day of February 1910. the reception in honor ot Roosevelt's W. L. McOAHTY, Hherlff Lincoln Co. all signs of stomach disorders return to New York, June 15th, the the State Federation of Women's Clubs and his men showed a decided imprint-nien- t history. The conquering bad some very able, and brilliant wogreatest in in strength and spirits. TliN conhero of the war against defenseless an men working for their cause, and some tractor bad experience that taught lmn the great value of good ciuncal. imals deserves such honors, if you don't learned educators as well as tho editors ui mind what you say. Mark the predic- ot the two Lexington newspapers, the The coft was small; 10c for rrd-ttion. Tho occasion will be tho opening wife of ono, Mrs. Desha Breckinridge, site packages; it is also packed in herot his candidacy to succeed 'f aft, and being an enthusiast on tho subject. .It metically sealed tins fur hot cliniuus. here's wagering that he will rcceivo is a noticeablo fact very few of the women who are In tho front of tho fight the republican nomination. for woman suffrage have any children e TUB cost of living is coming down in of their own to bo educated under tho For liouao, cnrrlage and dun palatini? lutnnr biiimlnii ntio liiiKity trlmmliiK New York. That is for some peoplo, supervision of tho trustees for whom of nil kinds such mttopa recoeri(ilcurtHlns nnd boots lunile. Htopoir Alilrldcfublnck A seat on the stock exchango sold the they wish to voto. smith shop Wiist iluln Ht., Hluuford Ky., other day for $82,000, against a former TlioneNo.,. EIGHTH DISTRICT DON3. J J.UKMlKN. record of 191,000. Even at tho former Discussion of the raco for the demonrice. suckers that are supposed to be cratic Congressional nomination in tho born every minute and who Anally foot Eighth district has lead a number of the bills, should think a long timu be- republicans from that neck of tho fore they put up their money against My fnrmof STncresof gootl land, wall tin- woods to declare that as soon aB he re such a brace game. carwiitored mm fencvu. i ror suia tires from office in 1011, they are going ' yroriHl.wnll even miles from Htanford tit A woman is running for governor of to nominate Frank P. James, now State up-to-d- ate New Hampshire, ir ine is eiecieu we suppose she will be known as "the gov- auditor, as me republican candidate Auirwniiioiuiuo T.LIYINOHTOK, J. against whomever may 'be' the ' demo- -' R. P. V. Ho. I, (Stanford, ly of erness. 7 Frankfort, Frb. 17. Soveral bills have finally managed to get through both Houses of tho General Assembly and are ready for tho Governor's signature or tho veto ax. The principal ono is tho bill granting to tho circuit judges of tho Stato $1,200 per year additional to their regular salaries in return for serving ns special judges in How can I collect what is owing me? This is tlm nil important question other districts when tho regular judgo mm uvci v iiiiTuimiii. niioicnui! nrni. uumucn nun iimuivuni.ii inrn. i u r- is unable to 'preside, This brings tho mors and. In fhet. p.vnrv mm tonlnw. Nrvrr lis tlin ntinstinn ivon tn salary of tho circuit judges up to $l,?00 prominent in tho liiitincM world ns it is today. Tho loss of n lew accounts a year. Whether tho Governor will may cnt up your profits in biisinew tho fniltiro to collect n nolo make you voto the bill or not is not known, butt llnt much lKorcr: not loini? ntilo. rtr in n. tvositinn. to lmvo tho nrnnor nt- -' his disapproval will mako little differ- - tention, knowledge or experience to the adjustment of examination into noma once, for the two Houses will pass it clnitii in which you have an interest ntny cnuc yon the loss of many dollars, over his veto. A a general thing the 'Our provinro nnd our business U to help you in tbceo mnttem. Whether it odleinls who servo tho Commonwealth j NOTE or ACCOUNT you nre not nhlo to collect; or whether u U omo ara very well paid, but the most vicious cam ;n w,jc, yOU jmVcon interest which needs looking into carefully, we watcn-aog- s ot mo irensury nau mnrc prepnrcd to do it , nnd do if promptly. I his is our business; wo miike it hard timo to find arguments to raise a study: o have the facilities and we have the experience, and tho tact that against this bill. Tho best lawyers in wo have collected many dollars which were given up a lost, is ono of our tho Stito have littlo trouble making best argument in favor qf what wo can do. Our terms nro reasonable, and $.1,000 or more per year, and tho camo wo make no charges unless we collect: We make collections anywhere in tho of justice demand that nono but tho United States. W'c recently collected an account for a firm in tho adjoining very best of tho profession bo elected county ngainst n man in California. If you lmvo n claim which needs lookcircuit judges. Thero have been sever- ing after, or a nolo or account which you want collected, no matter how al recent instances in the State where largo or how small, or where tho parties live, send it to us. We solicit your circuit judges voluntarily laid down the business. Hunk references. Ton Note and Accounts. Good Every Day. A Here are some things you need every day in the year, wet or dry, hot or cold. You use the same weights, styles and colors. J ' J 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. " mays COLLECTION agency. Somerset, ... g Suspenders, The same every day in the year, the "HARRIS" is the best. 25c to $2 pair. Kentucky. NOTICEI nt t DRESS SHIRTS, - W. two-thir- The "FOUNTAIN" is the standard, neat A. TRIBBLE, black and white effects, fancy or plain white, are the popular colors, with soft or plaited bosom as you like. -- Harry Jacobs, r - NECKTIES. Window I I If you Did not See our necktie last Week it was Your Misfortune. But it is not too late, come inside and see them, H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. life-lon- '3333S&Q333SSSQSSIS0 G. L. 1'etiuy K. 11. Coflcy K. H. Coleman i it Dr. Hess' Poultry Panacea Will make hens lay, cure thetu ut disease and keep thcta iu good thrifty condition. Tho iticreaao in the number wf eggs laid, trill more thnn tmy for the bin all cxpeuro ot feeding. It is rold nt I'cuujr'i Drug Sheriffs Sale 1 Store PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. Hard-hearte- d Sheriff's Sale American Wire Fence. siJJHHHUHhHHhHhHM i d d "LlflalHlHBHHIHHH H. FARRIS, Stanford. (nit Dinwiddie J. J. BELDEN, drco-rntlv- & Co. GEORGE RURAL TELEPHONES. Hustonville, Ky., FARM FOR SALE! f iMrS Undertakers and Embalmers. We ry an line goods. Mil. FARMER: Mako your homo ns modern for your fitmily as a city residence, and nlueo yourself ii it position to get tho latent market quotations at any timo. This can bo accomplished by menus of our telepliono service, which you and your neighbors can get for a stun that is small compared with tho benefits received. Call or nddreM our nearest office or writo direct to headquarters, Nuahvillo, Teuu., for information regarding our spccinl "Farmers' Lino" rate. If you aro not at prescut enjoying telephone service we can immediately iutcrest you. Our lines cover tho States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, .Louisiana and tho southern portion of Indiana and EAST TENNESSEK TEL. A TEL. CO. Illinois. '(.MMitrotuvaa) nr J "W """"Tr--"' '"'" l,rlMlPr F"" COME, LOOK, BUY, . 3 W. O. Martin A Value Extraordinary. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. For Sale. runabout. i 6 3-- 4c TWO THOUSAND YDS KXTRAQUAUTY Dress Duck The kind that usually sells at lOo yd. Wc liouglit this extra largo lot order to gctnt tins low price. On salo WED-- 1 NESDAY nt 0?c. & SON. j . STANFORD KY. L. It. Hughes T. W. Humlile I MINX, CPOSSUMind 't fancy field Puke Cannel block coal at Dcnham's seeds etc., sco W. II. Higgins. " Fiji. 18, 1910 yards at 18c per bushel delivered in Hid discount !.. winter Lap Kobcs Btanfokd, Ky., on town. and Horso Ulankcts. J. C. McClary. Needles, Iloliuins and Sliuttlen for THE young folks will givo a swell hop Try somo puro Cannel coal. The coal all sewing machines at Penny's Drug at Walton's Opera Houso on tho evethat lasts. Dcnham's Coal Yards, StanStore ning of Feb. 25th. ford and Rowland. ' Hay hnrneis gelding and Apply to E. C, Walton. Look nt W. II. Hlgglns' pony rigs. l - For farming implements, RAW FURS BOUGHT TRAPPERS ATTENTION! E. BURKHARDT.I-.TJV.- kimS. writefor special WMUl.iiwm OTHER . fc w . r. Cincinnati, 0. Novelties, Etc. Everything thats new, good and desirable in belts, bags, hair PERSONALS. Miss Mae TiUYLOit Is with relatives at Lancaster, Mr. J. M. McCahty spent day In Lexington. Wednes- Miss Ella May Saunders was in - Lancaster this week. Mr. Geo. I). Florence went over to Frankfort Tuesday. MR. James T. Menekee spent a few days at home this week. Mr. J. W. Hayden, of Paris, was hero on business Tuesday. Miss Ellen Hallou went to Cincinnati yesterday for few days' stay. Mr. W. U. Nice, of Louisville, was hero Wednesday selling our merchants. Mr. A. W. Sampson spent several days with his brother in Columbus. 0. Misses Maroaret and Katie Huffman are visitint; their aunt at Lancas ter. Mr. A. T. Traylor was at Livings ton Wednesday buyinjf more lumber for his big tobacco barn. I offer my services to the people of Lin for rent. Suitn-bi- o I have for salo as agent, several coln county nnn auctioneer. Hatlsfactlon Jl. w. we mini No. gallery. Will rent shares of stock in tho Hustonvlllo Na- Kuaranteed. Moreti.ml.Ky.. 11. K.I). riii, 1 for photograph cheap. II. C. Anderson, Stanford. llcsldence.Turnersvllle. E. C. Walton. tional Hank. For Kent. Two acres of tobacco My spring stock of buggy harness is TOBACCO FARM FOR RENT! ground without barn room. John C. in. You can get choice now. Quality and Gooeh, at Kennedy's Mill, Stanford. I desire to rent out forth present year a prico count. J. C. McClary. m m Auctoneer I rnnment, jewelry etc. Elastic belts variously trimmed nnd combined with leather arc tho favorites. New bugs ia the largo and medium eizec, with strapped handle, black leads iu color with brown, tana and greys quite strong. Turbans nnd Turban pins aro the things for tho head drew. Wo havo a largo assortment of coronet hair pins also coronet braid, buckles and barrcttcs, wc are also showing an immense lino of new collar and belt jiiti". Our line of novelties in neck wear for this season is better than eTer, it is necessary for you to sco tho lino in order to appreciate the values wc have in stock. Small m store-roo- ' STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TO THE FARMERS. farm about seven miles from good THE contest for the Stanford postof-flc- o Stanford. Land all cleared and in Fertilizers Inthe Miss Dell KelaND was en Wednes will cottage, Jumbo continue to hnndle and McKlnney sections nnd ask iriy is beginning to tako on hues. Post- etato of cultivation; day's train "returning from a delightful old patrons to remember me. I nlso nk the master Florenco seems to havo much barn, double crib, etc. Right on pike, patronage of ninny new cu,J,,j;e"nfiJK, visit to Carlisle friends. good school houso and church Ixindon, Ky. Mr. W. II. Sincleton, of this price, strength, however, says a Washington closo to Well watered and in good community. who has been ill with bronchitis, is able dispatch to tho Louisvillo Times. and fenced. Prico $2,000. Stanford to bo out oRain. Advocato. Fruit and Ornamera! Trees 1 Your attention is called to tho dis- Real Estate Co. MIB3 Anna Chancellor has returnplay "ad" of W. A. Carson, the new ed from a delightful visit to her sister, and Clardsn. The February term of the Lincoln Kterythlng for Orchard. Lnwn phut. restauranter. Ho pleased 100 or more One Million Htrawbtrry Mrs. M. E. I'ruitt. at Uurntldc. and hopes to circuit court will conveno Monday, but customers court day Vrrti Catalogues. Mr. S. D. Cochran and wife and please many moro. Especial attention on account of tho inability of tho fiscal No Agents. Mr. V. A. Lcnr. of Garrard, were . provido adequate room, Judge court to to public day dinners. H. F. Hillenmcyer & Sons, zucsta of the family of Mr. W. S. Fish Saufley will hear only equity cases. KUNICfKY. I.KX1M1TOK, Mr. James C Hays, who has been The Danville Advocate, having "done The grand jury, however, will be in ill at his home in the Bast End for some up" Senator IL L. Hubblo to its own who have been session and all witnesses time, was able to come to court Mon satisfaction, now turns its guns on Hon. summoned must bo present in order day. Sullivan, of llichmond. Who will J, A. recognized for Yeager and Miss Salt! be the next to suffer at the hands of that they may be Mrs. Susan Now Livorv at tho regular May term. Taylor Woods went to lcxington Editors Doneghv, Mclntyre and Rich'Dopot Stroot, to sec Fritz! Schcff in the Prima ardson T Tony, the Convict. A comedy Donna. Phono 96, drama in flvo acts, will be given at Al farm three miles from Stan Mr. W. P. Walton, wife and littlo corn's Opera House on tho evening of comford on good pike and in splendid Miss Mary Miller Walton, of LexingFeb. 25. Tho High School a'udenta of STANFORD. KENTUCKY. ton, are spending the balance of the munity. In high state of cultivation; Hustonville Graded School will givo this two story frame dwelling, new has a Winter In Florida. thrilling drama for the benefit of the AND A LARGE STOCK OF COLLARS Mr. A. E. GinnoNS returned Mondny barn and all necessary outbuildings. school library. All friends of education Placo welt watered and fenced. Will night from Detroit, where he attended and patrons of tho school aro cordially EsJ. L. Kijcik, Pror., the great national meeting f Muster sell at right figure. Stanford Real invited. Tho program will bo interIIAMKS. CHAINS, ETC. tate Co. Advocate. Decorators. Painters and DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. spersed with good music. If you miss Huston-vlllMiss Ella Uarnettk, of AT the meeting of tho fair secreta- "Tony" you will miss "Weary Wayleft Sunday to join her brother ries of this section ut Danville Tuesday side" and "Jackson" too. and the room,. Commercial and his wifo, who arc traveling in the the dates of tho fairs were set as fol- pleasure of life will bo greatly dimin. Lnrce, nlry ontslde Hpeclal rnt s by week travelers specialty. West, and not to Uko a position in a lows: Stanford, fourth week in July; ished. Come I General admission, adults or month.n The proprietor Is n former Linshould rewholesale house at St. Louis, as stated Lancaster, lost week in July; Danville, 25 cents. Children 12 years and under, coln county mnn and his mendshis town. member him when stopping In letter. in our Uustonvllle first week in August; Harrodsburg, sec- 15c. Reserved seats at Riffe's store. The sick are all doing as nicely as ond week in August; Perryville, third The troublo begins promptly at 7:30. Ky. 1 could be expected. Mrs. J. II. McAl-late- r week in August. Miss Peachie convalescing, is MATRIMONIAL. Uaughman is holding her own, Miss Held. Will Montgomery, charged Wo have placed In stock nne linn of Joseph Prowitt and Miss Sallio ParkMamlo Straub ia improving, "Mr. W. with killing Will Stephens, familiarly an., infttniftii.ntnl tmi.lft. all sold ut 30 W. Hays is thought to be better and known as "'Shortening Bread," in tho er, of Junction City, were united In per copv. Will orler any special piece de- Irud. For sule nt Mr. Gcorgo U. Sauftcy's condition ia as East End. had his examining trial be- marriago Tuesday. good as his physicians could expect fore Judga James P. Bailey Tuesday Marion F. Jackson, of Louisville, and Shujjars' (SX Tanner's Miss Emma Hays, who has been III, Is and was held over to tho circuit court Mrs. Jane Armstrong, of Danville, Drug More, in $500, which he readily gave. Mont wcro married this week. about well. gomery proved himself a man of excel Mrs. Ida 11. Harmon, of London, auDon't let 1010 pass without having hot and cold water through jwsr LOCALS. - Kentucky. house with a beautiful white lent character. thorizes tho announcement of tho en- Stanford, gagement of her daughter, Miss Corcne, Wedding presents at Mueller's. Scott. Mr. Charles Scott, u sub- to Mr. Harry Laforgo. Miss Harmon EXECUTOR'S SALE OF LAND. stantial and good citizen of tho East is For field seeds call on T. D. at present In Paris, France, taking End, died Wednesday and was burled As Kxecut r ot Monro Oiirtls, dec d. J will music under one of the French massell at public outcry to tho highest bidder In tho Goshen cemetery yesterday afe door in Htamord, Have W. K. WARKEK to inttall your country water work will oeforu tho Tobacco tsnvas, all grades, at ternoon after services by Mr. J. U. Mc- ters. "i on res- Ky.i ut ubout o'clock John D. Horton. tho prices and guarantee. Co's. Hughes, Martin Clary. Ho is survived by his wifo, the frtavonable JL ... ... tauranter and fancy grocer, and Miss county court day, bis late in home on innw ii.....a4w iiiumt alee carry in itotk FORCE AND CISTERN FUMTS; Hoofing anal We Piano for Sale. Square variety. who was a Miss Vanhook, and several Katie Phillips, daughter of Mrs. Geo. miles from Htonfonl and Is bounded by tho children. Mr. Scott was a brother of lands ot Mrs. Mattle White., J. II. lillton Will sell cheap. Apply at this eftce Logan, both of this place, were mar- and the Danvlllo pike. Lies opposite the Iloef Df Paiste. -Mr. David Scott, of tho Goshen sec deed farm ot 1 A. Itlco and contains by lias Telephone, 188. ried at Nlcholasville Wednesday. Thoy W ucrcs,T. rood und 18 poles or lasui.the on Call aud see us. heating tion. Fou Sale. Second-han- d necessary told only their most Intimate friends of Itnoottago, barn oad Nice y once. This stove, liargaln if sold at home oonven-ieutlspring. Mit. Mack Huitman tells us that ho their intentions and the news of their located and fertile land. Hale will be office. II, marnsgo camo as quite a surprise. Mr. nude on credit of months, wltb interest nt . remembers well when Col. Thomas per cent, from day of eaio. I"nrehaser will with Get Kortheott's prices on all kinds of Swopo, whose death occurred in Kan Horton is a clever and industrious young bo required to execute auoto wilt Deapprovod rctalnt-personal security and Hen o produce, scrip Iron vti rabber, Stan- bus City Bomo months ago, and who man and his legion of friends will con on the land. I'urcsaser shall have the of paying cash. I'osMsslon will be his return for winning ford, Ky. many believo was poitoned, was a rest gratulate him on upon compliance wltfc terms ol sale. ttlveu L. R. II UG II KS.8. A E. C. WALTON, I". M. UellUUUUrU, Mi'r. UeaicxOsrlls. W. L. M'CAHT Y.rres. in the Odd dent of Stanford. Ho was a merchant so charming a bride. Mr. and Mrs. Tiirek suites of rec-nHorton will tako a short bridal tour and was where Mr. H. J. PeBowa' building1 fer rent. Apply to and his storo placo of business now is. Col. will meet with a hearty welcomo on VA Wilkinson. Swope was In only moderate circum- their return homo. Tho I. J. joins their Only 10 more days of winter, accord- stances when ho left hero but amatsed many other friends in hearty congratu(10 TO ing to tho calendar, Dut then the g, h. a handsomo fortune before his taking lations and best wishes. bis shadow and wo may have away. saw Canon's Restaurant Lancaster, Htrett, months of winter weather yet. CHURCH MATTERS. Htanfonl.K. As Senator Hankhead said, after he Wanted. A reliable man to tako heard Senator Heyburn'a tirade on the Stanford. HentucKy. Uev. J. J. Dickey will begin a proup to 1130 v. u. charge of an oil station ut Moreland, grand old Confederate soldiers in a tracted meeting at tho Logan's creek Meals senedat ull hours Ky., and act as agent for Standard Oil Bpecch In the Senate, so say wo of tho church Monday night, Fob. 23. llest placo Iu town for u good nulck Co, Must come well recommended. mual, There were 18 udditions to the liap-tiDunvillo people and tho Kentucky AdI Apply to W. T. Richardson, Junction church Sunday, live of which were vocato anent their indignation meeting Stocks aud ttorip City, Ky. Cooking to suit our cutlomt rsour speclulty. t'arms aud Town Property llaudltil on Commission. Advocato. held over tho "remains" of our own adults to bo baptized. ; Hpleudld uow line ot fancy Uev J Rockwell Smith was on SunIf you Have Property to Bell or Rent Notify Us. Sold. tho Groceries. Fred Von Allman, who bought tho Senator Hubble; "Wo aro sure as pastor of tho Write for Circular to buttermilk from the Stanford Cream- gentlemen from Uoylo now feel much day formally installed church at Lebanon. Hot Oottce, Baudwtches, plet Jlutter uillU, ery Co. for the present half year, ships better." Verily the mountain labored First Presbyterian Quarterly meetlnir. aervices at the and tweet milk, etc., nt all times. it to Louisville, where It meets with and brought forth a mouse. Our Danville 2G and 27, con sale. He sesds it down by ex- friends should bear in mind that men are Methodist church Feb. a ready Ky.. Re Robertson, pro W. A. CARSON, press and after paying all expenses bailor led than driven and that vlneuar ducted by Rev. D. W. aiding elder. sever catches fits. makes a nice profit oa il. Heal Estate Co 1 six-roomm The wife of Dick Bright, colored, For Sale. Lot of locust posts. died in Loulsvillo and tho remains were Will cut to order. J. M. Ware, Stanbrought here and interred Wednesday. ford, II. F. D. No. 1. Telephone No. Old Process Oil meal S3 25 per 10017-H- j. Owl brand cotton pounds; Those indebted to the estate of Dr. seed meal, $36 per ton. J. II. Uaugh- L. B. Cook must settle at onco or I will man & Co. be compelled to collect tho accounts by H. W. W. White, proprietor of tho law. Mrs. L. H. Cook, admx. L. is giving useful presents Cook. Country Store, to thojo of his customers who buy $5 YOUR attention is called to the big or moro worth of goods at one time. display advertisement of Sam Goldstein, which appears on our fourth Wk havo farms in Hardin county in He is ottering some great bartracts to 900 acres, and prices page. gains and ho wants you to get jour profrom (300 to $11,000. Theso lands Stanford share. duce fine Hurley tobacco. Casey county. amnll tobacco farm ot 10 acres near GroTi, .lno! dwelling and bara. Write or apply to II. CI. 11. Jolty, Waynes-burKy., It. F. 1). No. (. FOR SALE I (lover Hotel, nt Oral, Orchard. also store-roooRlce adJust across street, with joining nnd n cottngo or office of three necessary outbuildings. rooms. All MllH.OimTlHClOVKIt. Crab Orchard, Ky. lt Notice To Claimants! estate ol Thoio haying clalm ftgnlnat the late J. W l.lntuleam will prent them properly verified to uie at one. Those owing the eitate will pISHsewltlelmiiiedlately. McKlnney, Ky. V. M. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Aftl, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Farmers Attention! Remember we carry the Hishest grade of FIELD SEEDS. mm S. D. CARTER, yes-terd- The Genuine Oliver Plows, CLEMENS HOTEL c, W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, NEW MUSIC Tinning, Plumbing, Heatiqg. Porcelain Bath Outfit. W. K. WARNER, court-hous- outbuild-tiiKSiindfl- Stanford, Hy. nrlv-IIce- a When Hungry Stanford Real Estate Co; v, ' st i 4 Prop. L. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, .A. J-- it i I v The Interior Journal. Miami in 0 Pott- - Ofiu tmmi-tiiu- t natUr. o Stanford FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. J. C. Ifays bought hero Monday ten calves a at 4c. , Fity good ewes for sale. W. E. Moss, Lancaster. tur- - k lit i i. a For Salk. Mammoth Bronzo keys. Very fine stock. Mrs, G. C, Lyon, Hustonvllle, Ky. No. 11, Hoath, 11 iM r. m. The Lexington Herald quotes sales of Na.CI,Honth,10llA A M. No.Js, North,l:0 A. M. mules at $450 and $535 per pair. No. M, North, 5H1 r. M. No, 57, IOWA M. Farmers Attention I Try mo on No.w.t.wr. M. wagon and plow harness for quality and price. J. C. McClary. JOS. 8. RICE, Several Ohio counties, it is reported from Lexington, are anxious to join tho Kentucky Burley pool. For Sale. Nlco lot of extra good Dontlst, Surgoon orchard grass and bluo grass seed. Jas. STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. D. Shelby, Junction City, Ky. d mules. For Sale. 25 (Me over McRobcrU' Drug Store in All broken and in good working order. the Owaloy Building. Call on or phone Logan Hubble, Lancaster R. F. D. No. 1. There will be moro acres in tobacco in this county this year than ever bo fore. Some farmers will plant 20 or Lincoln ImIroNo.AO F.A A. M.wlllmeet more acres. Mt. Vernon'Sfgnal. en cli Itrat nml .tatni rnminunlrntlon on month, nt 7:.W Senator K. L. Hubble sold his crop otrnch tklrt Monday nlclitaon ninln streect, Htnn of 30,000 pounds of tobacco here at Work In tliclr hnll ttA.Ky Membeniof slater lodges nro United to tw present. T. W. about 15c per pound average Tho best Ho. M grades brought as high as 26c. Adyo By Request, 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 AT COST We V L. N. TIME THBLE 'Agent. A. S. PRICE, ! tt ill offor you our atocK of three-year-ol- Winter Goods At Coit- - MASON'S MEET. frn-rll- )r Monday, February 21, And Continuing 7 MARCH 1st. During The Month of Feb. Sam Robinson. Next Door to Lincoln County Bank, are ? J,L.Beazley&Co., jHaBaUaySEafrfslvi chestnut stallion by Montgomery Chief, for 11.000. At Kelley Lee's salo In Scott county wti' harness horses brought $205 to $225, pair of gray marcs $135, long yearlings $36 75, short yearlings $2G 75, hogs 10c, CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! sheep $7,25 to $9 25 per head. Corn sold is of 1 ran furntth the public with the boat, na at $3 90 and hay $40 a stack. aralf a. the frcabeat of cut (lowers, planta of will For Sale. Four good sows, fine aU kinds, bulbs, potted lowers, on abort on octlee. Also make a specialty of wreathe stock, one 6ow and pigs and some shoats. tor lor funeral purposes. la connection with the alove, I have alt Sows will average 150 pounds, shoats kinds'..! vegetables on hnnd nt reasonable 60 pounds. Residence three miles West "tlllltlHTMAN OIIKKN HOUHEH. of Kings Mountain on the new pike. 820 Men's Fine Suits, 88.08. A complete perfection of tho style nnd Kd llumiAitn, l'HOK. Htanford.Ky. W. C. Patrick, Wayncsburg, Ky., R. grand assortment of singlo nml colorings skirts which you seldom F. D. No. 4. pack suits, black, blue have seen equaled for 85,50. ReInMfnsTobacco and Tobacco Prices in the Cincinnati hog market soared Tuesday until they reached tho and brown cheviots, serges, vclour ceiver's sale price 82.20. Barns. highest level since the Civil War. Top finished cassimero, some solid worstCravonettes and Overcoats. Nothing But Insurance r grade of hogs wero quoted at $9.25 to eds in gray and brown; nobby tweed Overcoats that are tho peer of any $9 30 per hundredweight. Clear pork mixtures in all the most desirable and D. has advanced to JZo a barrel, which is you sec clsowhere nt 88. Knglit.li ulInsurance Man, The newest shades, nil superbly tailored; $8 higher than a year ago. finished, perfect ster clothing; also Kerseys and Mc! STANFORD, KY. Bargain 257 0 acre farm about coats, French-faceARK OPENED UP AND READY FOR YOU TO LOOK Residence Phone 84; Office, KS. five miles from town, on good pike, 1 fit guaranteed. Values that are equal tons in drain, tans, mode" lnut doInsure vrith me and be fully AT, ALL school, church and store, in every respect to suits that sell for mestic Kerbcys, blue, black and tan mile from t protected. 100 acres fine tobacco land. Nine room shades, excellently plain lap$20. Our sale price, 88.08. crib, shed brick residence, uens bplendiu suits made up in ped seams, all marvels of goodnu&s. In granary, silo, barns, etc. Fencing thi great public sale $1 08. good and place well watered. Nine medium and heavy weights, conserva 815 Cravenettes $6.48 guaranteed never-failin- g Nothing Carried over from Last Year. springs, cement troughs. tive styles, positively up to 812 or f water nnd coats. Made of etc. In a splendid neighborhood. Stan' your money refunded at any time tare In position to do all kinds of con anting, such as llloclc Work, Pavements ford Real Estate Co. an excellent ernvenetted worsted. All . In fact, we can make any thins from r Bargain. 354 acres of good land, of during this great public sale, $3.08. custom made throughout. Peerless wdown ton fenco post, Wa can serve 814 Suit, All to Match, 84.40. A s which 100 acres is bottom land, eight promptly and Runrnntee k and material. Unit find set our nrlces room dwelling, two good stock barns, fine suit of clothes, all to match, come and the equal of any 815 garment. unrnvfuj uuy juuriumeriHi nt jqbsi. new tobacco barn, 36x96, ice house, In this public sale 85.08. buggy house, two corn cribs, etc , two in homespun and worsted Scotch mix good cisterns, the whole farm being tures. This suit positively worth 81 1 Men's Hat Department. well watered, well fenced and lavs or your money refunded at any time well. Will sell as a whole or cut 200 Stanford, Ky. A consolidated lot of Men's Fine acres with improvements, to suit pur during the great public sale 84.40. Dress Hats, selected from lines where chaser, which includes 100 acres as fine 81G All Worsted Suits, 80,40. This bottom land as there is in the county, their were only a few left, and comThis is a bargain. See L. R. Hughes, is the peer of any you can see elsebined, making n total of about 100 Stanford, Ky. where ntn 516 price mark. A mar hats, guaranteed nnd " positively worth vel of goodness, all sizes. Don't fail MIDDLEBURG. 81.50 to 82 and 82.50. Watch them The recent cold snap has been hard to ask for this suit. A genuine 81 G go at Mc Men's 82.50 and $3 hats, value, 86.40. on fuel supplies. this year's new arrivals, all sizes and Prof. E. A. Wesley made a snow Stock Must Be Sold. styles como nnd pick them. Public plow Saturday and cleaned the streets, 50c Values in Seamless Fancy Hall sale price 08c. for which the people were quite thankTo Get our prices on- Hose, all sizes, public sale 18c. ful. Underwear. Stock Must be Sold. All the merchants at Yosemite have AH kiti.U of INSURANCE on all contracted for gasoline fixtures to light Men's Sanitary Fleeced Underwear 810 Values in Men's Heavy "Win their business houses. Ours should do ter Overcoats, all sizes. Public hale positively worth 50c; while it lasts the Itiads of property. Only the larglikewise. est companies represented. price 83.C0. garment 10c. F. L Jone3 and John Carson worked Rates as low'a.3 can be Stock Must be Sold. Same ns aliovc, only 75c grade, 37c. day last Friday in a driving snow all had any where. 83.50 Standard Quality Men's Fine storm straigtening out the telephone Children's Jersey Ribbed Under wires from here to Yosemite, which Patent Leather Shoes, latest styles. wear, sanitary fleeced underwear, We Have the PRICE and tho goods. Stanford, Ky Phone 200. had become so tangled that no service Public sale price $1.08. positively worth 50c our prico 10c. could be had over them. Stock Must be Sold. Men's Fants50c, 70c, 81.40, 81.70. Vertrees, the little son of William 83 Values in Ibys' Fall and Win- Men's Underwear 10c to 37c. Wheat, has measles. Mrs. Helen Carter remains quite sick. C. C. Jones tcr Knee Pants Suits. All such. Ladies' Underwear 10c to 37c. went to Wortburg, Term., to see his Public sale price 08c. Hata 30c. 80c, 81.20, 81.30. son, Herbert, who was struck on the aB9Hafi$SjBBaSBaBBBt Stock Must be Sold. Men's Extra Heavy Work Shirts, head with an ex handle and seriously 82.50 Vnlues in Ladies' Patent and never sold for less than 76c, sale hurt. R. B. MAHONEY, Pres. J. T. WHITE, Sec'y. W. 8. FISH, Tre... The Graded School will celebrate Vici Kid Dress Shoes. Latest styles. prico 37 c. Washington's birthday with a flag rais- Public sale price 08c. Men's Work Shirts, fancy nud nob ing on the school grounds hern TuesLadies' Skirts. by designs, worth 50c; sale price, 18c. day, when a good crowd is expected. Ladies' Wnlkiug Skirts, nil sizes Mens Fine Drcsn Shirts Staid- The kid band will give an ice cream and styles. You must see them to ard 81.25 sellers, all sizes in fall and and oyster supper at night and will furUndertaKera and Embaltx-e- n. nish good music on both occasions. Ev- realize tho magnificent quality, the winter pattern, salo price 79c. Also Dealers in erybody invited to come and have a They good timo. , will exchange Furniture for on all At a business meeting Saturday Rev of J1 Kinds of Stock. J. L. Adkins, of Burksville, was called Give all out-of-to- wn FaniM, houses and lots for rent, sale or exchange, Persons desirlug qittk to the pastorate of the Baptist church Them a Call. Prices Right. hero for half his timo. It is undersales or purchased in realty of nil kinds. Call on tr stood that tho Liberty church will also -- 1KENTUCKY. write us at ky. STANFORD. ctotke. will have that Individuality and nt watch pWUnljr Indicate, they were made to will alio take meiuiurn. 7ar (or extra Itrou.cn, fancy your ineaa-- r. vesta, top and overcoats. Hnll and Winter saapleiou band ready for your Inspection. H. O. RUl'LKY, The Tailor, Htanford.Ky. George B. Robinson, your nipnsure tnken by a tailor of ex yarl.ncn. Then your clothe., whether n loir to the Haywood Fair prim busmen lult or the Ilnest evening Brownsville, Term., Fall and Winter-Stoc- k. catc. of Boyle, sold Association of days until MONDAY, ?. Stanford, Ky. a four-year-o- Signed S. Goldstein. the entire stock. double-b- Below a partial list the many bargains we have to offer. Space not permit us to quote prices reasted OUR Jesse Wearen, d BUGGIES New Stock, 240-barr- CONCRETING nr.t-clns- rain-proo- PHILLIPS BROS., W. H. HIGG1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. Mtioney & fish, Insurance and Real Don't Fail Estate. Tobacco Canvass L. L. Crab Orchard, Ky., SANDERS! Express Gharges paid mail orders $10. Railroad fare paid to Thi Citizens Realty and Title Co, Stanford; purchasers of $25 or more. J. C. McClary, IP.. call him Rev. Adkins comes well recommended as an able and earnest minister of tho gospel and tho member ship is anxious that be accept the call. Our Guarantee. 1 If your stomach Is out of order or dis tressed, no matter from what cause, stomach tablots will give Instant relief, and cure Indigestion, acute or chronic, or money back. Guaranteed by G. L. Penny, for 50c. Ml-o-- Wo assure each and every purchaser absolute satisfaction, wo guarantee each and every statement here made, aud wo do horoby agreo to exchange or refund the money on every purchase, if so desired. Every garment is marked in plain figured. OuoJpricoto all. Nothing excepted. Entire stock must be liquidated. Promptness and Reasonable Commissions Our Specialty. 'Phone 200. Tftc Wintry Blasts May Come, A One Hundred and Fifty Acrb Has two houses. farm on good pike In 2 miles of railway station. Land produces good tobacco. Look at it and you will buy it. Price only $2,500. Stanford Real Estate Co. 5. GOLDSTEIN, Stanford, Kentucky. Red aud Blue Signs will guido you to the right placo. And tho Rain and Snow Fall, but your stock will keep warm iu IMulertaker? Cmbalmor and STANFORD, fkone, 197. KY- - fer in Harness, Saddlery, Horn. Phone U. He thought it was a valentine; It made blm thrill, It hurt hi pride to find inside A pesky bill. The Paracamph Patent Medicine Co., assigned. of Louisville, rSudflDEsLHMiUnBte-- VtBaaaHalBkBP - Nunncllcy's New Stock Yards Plenty tu Sale closes the moment Every article is sold, not later than MARCH. 1st. of Covered Pens nnd Court 1W and Water. Best market in the State. Bo bring them on. Seoeud Monday. I, it. Bkuok, Aw'uiaat. t ly W1J - '- - ivy ' rtiV anltiilw ..V K, & V. t ' I A 1 Jt?, i H.mm.Lfi. JiJh?j&&akM!aEMl &iMi-t-