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Digital page images are linked to the text file. uo fHE J P TERIOl JOURNAtI VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 22 1910 NO 103 Look What anIIAnimal Army There Is It all the useful animals In tho world wore to organize themselves for revolt against the cruelties of man thoy would outnumber any human army that could be brought against them even If every man woman and child of every race under the lun marched from thu four corners of the earth to join Its ranksSuch records as the Department of Agriculture has been able to gather and hoi just summarized In tho depart merits crop report II show that thu population of useful animals more than equals the estimated population of thft earth Gen Dcllwcther could organize his sheep into a division of 680000000 and outnumber the Chinese by more than a hundred million Tho horse could hone a cavalry division of more than 95000 000 with a corps of 7000000 mules tt I bring supplies to the front About 100 000000 goats could furnish milk and wool whllo 21000000 buffaloes coal stamp out Spain man by man Mean while 2000000 camels could campaign In their familiar conditions of desert and dry places and 000000 hardy rain doer could the Northern climes There are as nearly as can bo esti- matedI 1500000000 useful animals it tho world Including In addition tc those abovo mentioned enormous numbers of cattle and four footed hogs Tho United States leads in the population of swine with about 50000000 a third of all in tho world Australia leads with 88000000 sheep and the United States is third with 67000000 While the United States ranks second to British India In cattle with about 70000000 it leads In number of useful animals the horse and in the grcatea aid to commercotho hog The Best Hour of ice Is when you do somo treat deed or discover some wonderful tact This hour camo to J Rlltl Hocky Mt N C when bo was suffering Intensely ho nays from the worst cold I ever had I I then proved to my groat satisfaction what a wonderful Cold andCoughcun Kings New Discovery Is For 1Dr taking ono bottle IWill entirely You cant say ahythlng too cood of a medicine like that Its the surest and best remedy for diseased longs Ucroorrhigcs LtUnppo Asthma Hay Fever or any throat or lung trouble 50cll Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Peony Drug Store If Philadelphia Is in the throes of a streetcar strike which has completely tied up traffic and stagnated bust t new Rioting broke out in three dif fcrcnt sections of tho city and several persons were hurt by flying sticks and stones Fears of violence following tho declaration of a general strike at 1 oclock Saturday afternoon led to the stextrapolfco precautions l r The Federal grand jury at Covington returned indictments against 12 men of Dry Ridge for alleged conspiracy in restraint of trade One of the men in dieted is John S Steers a member of tho State Legislature The Indictment charges that the defendants conspired to prevent W T Oiborno from shipping four hogsheads of tobacco to Cin cinnati Votes for women coats for women Hatsfor women too Clothes for women beaux for women Any kind will do Hips for women trips for women Timely winter jaunts fIll inhuman to rob woman tf a thing she wants Struck A Rich Mine S W Deeds of Coal City Ala says ho struck a perfect mine of health in Dr Kings Now Life Pills for they cured htm of Liver and Kidney troublo after 12 years of suffering They are DyspepelafDebility 25o at Pennys Drug Store Isnt it time to retire the expression Uas high as a cats back in favor of as high as hog meat t especially In view of jLhe fact that cats are said to be served AS rabbits in tho cheap French reatauranta CourierJournal iebeing experienced by Japanese banks In finding employment for their deposits Tho First Bank is said to bavo 8600000 yen 4300000 lying jdle and the Mltnul Bank 7200 000 yen 3000000 If after breathing Hyomei the great antiseptic you are not rid of vile ca tarrh G L Penny will roturn your money Complete outfit 1 Extra bottles SOc What are you going to give up fort LentThe samo things I gave up at New Years The Q C operators have bees give en an advance per cent in their salaries r u t L POLITICAL Edward B linger of Ashland is a candidate for Congress in the Ninth district The second of tho DOl worth Wyatt good road measures passed the Kentucky Senate by a vote of 21 to 10 Fri dayJoseph LInnev former postmaster of Danville has been appointed deputy Internal revenue collector at Sacramen to CaL The Kentucky House of Represent tlqes again defeated a resolution tc make tho County Unit Bill a special on der of business Cot Jack Chinn bitterly excoriated the Kentucky AntiSaloon League in a speech in tho House of Representatives Friday He compared tham to bunco stecrcrs tTho time having expired for entries into tho democratic primary for Con gross In tho First district and Ollie M James being the only announced candidate for the position he will bo de Glared the nominee on Feb 24 Tte third legislator of New York who It Is charged by Senator Den Con get was bribed by the bridge building combine was S Fred Nixon Nixon who has since died was speaker of the lower house anda power in Empire State politics The Senate committee on appropriations reported adversely on Senator Combs bill to appropriate 25000 per year for a State fair at Ltxlngton It also reported adversely on tho bill to appropriate 200000 for now buildings for the Stale fair at Louisville My present intention Is never again to seek office at the hands of the peo pie of Kentucky said Lieut Gov William Cox from his teat as presiding officer of the Senate This means that Judge E C ORear will bo tho repub lican nominee for governor the next time Tho rivers and harbors appropria tion bill was taken up in earnest Sat urday by the Senate Committee on Commerce It was decided to go thro tho Boise bill nnd give consideration to all of the projects approved by tho louse beforo taking up any Senate amendmentsFour measures arc assured of passage at this session of Congress After conferences with Sen atone and Representatives President Taft told callers that ho felt certain the amendment to tho Interstate commerce act tho postal savings bank billI the antl Injunction propositions and tho statehood bill will go through Why not a Legislative committee to Investigate the lobbyists at Frankfort c It Is not necessary to give all the spare moments to Senator J J Watkins for hinting about them The people of theI State know Senator Watkins well and believe him full of onthual ism for tho temperance cause with honest purposes and good motives Lancaster RecordS IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Milton T Smith a Boylo county farmer I Is dead of paralysis Mrs T C Coleman a well known woman of Mercer county is dead aged I 76 Charles W Sweeney aged 75 is dead in tho Phil section of Casey countyMrs Geo W Bailey formerly of East Bcrnstadr died in Louisville of pneumoniaIJames A Hamm aged 21 is dead ofI Consumption In the Level Green section of Rockcaatle Col E H GaIther was slightly cutI on the shoulder by Charles Robinson In a personal encounter at Harrodsburg Dr II L Cartwrlght a wellknown physician of Burksvillc Is dead Ho formerly practiced medicine In Boylo county II E Kidd has been appointed postt master at KIdda Crossing Wayne county and Henry C Bardin at Chance Adair countyeThe barbershop of Gut Myers near the Danville depot was entered and 40 razors seven bottles of hair oil and 10 razor strops were taken The buld thIef wrote In large letters Upon theI mIrror Thanks GusIW 0 Dunlap a popular and well known young man died suddenly of I cart trouble in his front yard at Lancaster Thursday morning He was a stepson of Dr B F Walter and a I brother In law of James I Hamilton Jack McKiflTrey shot and killed his rotherinlaw George Harper in theI astern part of Pulaaki Harper was so reports say abusing McKInneys I lather when Jack McKInney appeared on the scene drew a revolver and shot harper dead A grudge had existed between the men for a long timetThe fact can no longer he concealed or ignored that there is an epidemic of smallpox in Laurel rung with a isolated cases without the Jse of precaution against its spreading here are now numbers of cases at East and Pittsburg- vicinity of London and other parts of- the UatyLondon Democrat NEWS NOTES Thomas Satterwhite a veteran rivet man is dead in Louisville x Between 18 and 20 inches of snow fe- in Cincinnati Thursday and Thursday night Mrs W S Gill an aged woman of Bowling Green died while sitting on the side of her bed dressing Near Cloverpori Alonzo Dowell shot and killed his son in law The men t ell out over the rent of a farm The oldest Odd Fellow in Kentucky Martin Schmidt of Louisville celebrated his 89th birthday JrldayIAn epidemic of diphtheria in Bath county has caused the closing of schools and abandonment public gatherings Gen Mulholland who had been United States pension agent in the city of Philadelphia since 1694 is dead aged 71 Dispatches to Duns Review testll to encouraging prospects for an activ spring trade but present conditions aro rather Irregular Four prisoners cut their way out of the jail at Cadiz and escaped Bloodhounds were put on their trail but failed to find tho men Miss Agnes Leslie Elkins niece or United States Senator Elkins of Weal Virginia who shot herself at Kansas City died of her wounds A heavilyloaded cigar given him liS- a joke by his companions may cause Everett Rector a young farmer of Bourbon county to lose the sight of both eyes- Women of Dawson Springs have organized a society for the purpose of erecting a10000 brick bulldlnglfor the graded school Funds are being sub scribed rapidly Dr Cook has at last been discovered It turning up in Santiago Chili lie still maintains that he reached tho pole and Is preparing a complete account of if the expedition which he says will provo it Col Roosevelt and the others of tho Smithsonian African scientific cxpedl Ion arrived at Gondoroko Thursday All arc welland enthusiastic over their experiences and the scientific results of I their explorations While returning from a joy ride In West Philadelphia James Graham 19 years old was killed by the automobile crashing Into a telegraph pole Threo other occupants of the car two of whom were women were iijured C W Armour president of the Armour Packing Co of Kansas CityI contended before Special Examiner Daniel Dillion in an Investigation of the meat packers that competition fix id the price at which meats were sold Charles Atherton known as the topI was at the St Paul coal mlno at Cher 1 III was shot and probably fatally wounded by a discharged employe The shooting occurred while the bodies of entombed miners were being recov red All hope that the missing United States navy tug Nina which left Nor Calk Feb 6 bound for Boston with 32 eraons aboard is still afloat has been abandoned bv the Navy Department end the warships which for fivo days iavo searched for the Nina were ordered to discontinue Robert Barr Jr a farmer was In Ictcd by the Nicholas county grand Jury charging him with being impllcat ed in tho murder of Hiram Hedges which occurred during anight rider raid bout two years ago Barr it is said tated that he could prove anfalibi Continuing his cross examination of Louis R Glavls at tho resumption of tie BallingerPinchot inquiry counsel C Secretary Baltmger drew from the witness tho fact that up to the time Mr Ballmger went out of office as Land Commissioner in March 1908 here had beenno evidence of fraud in 10 Alaska coal cases presented to the department John G Paxton in a sensational an ver filed In the circuit court at Independence Mo accuses Dr B C Hyde of bad faith in trying tofsecuro idence in his Paxtons possession tending to prove that the plaintiff has murdered by the administration ofjpoi son Thomas H Swope and Chrisman wope has also attempted topolson argaret Swope and by tho laanje kind of treatment had communicated to tbe members of tho Swope family ty hold fever It Life on Panama Canal Ins had ono frightful drawbackmala ria trouble that has brought suffering 3d death to thousands The germs tuso chills fever and ague bllllous neSt laundlce lassitude weakness and general debility But Electric Bit tcrsnover fall to destroy them atd- curo malaria troubles Three bot ties completely cured me of a very se- vero attack of malaria writes Wm A Fretwoll of Luoama N CCland lyo hud good health ever since Cures Stomach Liver and Kidney oubles and prevents typhoid Sec vuranUed by Peonys Drag StIerl Some Nice Things Papers are Say Over the State of the Sale Ifng Of the I J Shelton M sauhas purchased the Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL and will j assume the management as soon as the Legislature adjourns Mr Saufley Is one of the most capable newspaper met Iin the Staterind a genial gentleman The INTERIOR JOURNAL falls into good hands Mr Saufley has been in Frank fort a number of years and is well equipped for his editorial duties by his knowledge of State affairs and wide ac quaintance Paducah SunrMr S M Saufley of the Frankfort News has purchased of Mr E C Walton tho INTERIOR JOURNAL at Stan ford This paper was formerly edited by Mr W P Walton lately of the Lexington Gazette and has been in the Walton family for years Mr Saufle has had considerable experience in the newspaper business and is a bright hustling and uptodata young man Wo wish him unlimited success In his new ventureLawrenceburg News After making the INTERIOR JOURNAL one of the hest local papers In Central Kentucky for years E C Walton sells the plant to Shelton M Saufley who will take charge after the adjournment of the Legislature While wo feel confident that Mr Saufley will p ovo a worthy successor to so popular and successful a newspa per man yet Mr Waltons retirement will be regretted by the people of Gar rard county where he has many friends who have read his paper for years with much satisfaction Heros greeting to you Mr Saufley we welcome you as our neighbor Lancaster Record Shelton M Saufley managing editor of the Frankfort Daily News has pur chased the Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL of E C Walton After a varied newspaper experience in Lexington and Frankfort Mr Saufley returns to his homo town and buys the excellent pal per in whoso office he started as tho devil Ho has impressed us as a young man of marked journalistic ability and we believe he will make a pronounced success of his ownership of the INTERIOR JOURNAL Mr Walton whom he succeeds has made it at all times a high class paper and Mr Saufieys- taskwill therefore not bo difficult Owensboro Messenger Staggers Skeptics That a clean nice fragrant compound like Bucklens Arnica Salve wilt instantly relieve a bad burn cut scald wouud or piles staggers skeptics But great cures prove its a wonderful healer of the worst sores ulcers bolls felons eczema skin eruptions as also chapped bands sprains and corns Try it 26o at Peonys Drug tore OVERCOATS Heavy Shoes Winter Suits ANDI Underwear AT COST Cummins Wearen Che Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford KcntucKy Capital 5000000Surplus 4300000 Resources 34000000 s H SHANKS PRESIDENTS W7M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER CLERK DIREOTORSl W CarterStanfordJohnkin TraylorGitbertsH LilburnGooch BANKsSTANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 1882rCAPITAL STOCK 50000 V C SURPLUS EARNED 20000 VHAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216 00 CombnesAb3oluteSafety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account t I OFFICER I S Hacker President- S T HarrisVieaPresldent John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Met Casbr- WWSaundersBookkeeper DIRECTORS F heidj H Baughman M D Elmore J M Pettus H C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson i E C Walton J S Hocker C E Tate I t r WINTER TOURIST TICKETS TO THE SOUTHand SOUTHEAST ON SALE DAILY VtA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31st 1910 for Full Particular call on or write DC liNG P T A 101 B Main St Lexlntftog Ky c II n 7 The Interior Journal SHELTON M SAUFLEY owan HARVEY HELMS ttnc6li county is o canlidate for re- nminatlonlor0ongreal front the Eighth district subject to of the demo oratlo party THE EDITORS FRANKFORT LET TER FRANKFORT FEB 21Both Houses of the General Assembly have certainly played ball with the County Unit bill since last report While the friends of the bill really accomplished little they had the opposition on the anxious seat at several stages of the game Had it not been that two SenatorsB M Arnett of Jessamine county and toM Salmon of Hopkins countycon I vcnlently left the chamber at a crucial C point and did not vote the County Unit bill would have been rescued from Its burying ground in the Religion and Mor als committee and been ready for a vote on its passage Gov Cox ruled upon the insistence of Senator Thomas of Bourbon that when a committee had delayed action on a bill for an un reasonable length of time that any member was given the right by the con atitutton to call the bill out of Com mittee Cox said that the committee had delayed too long on the County Unit bill so ordered it out Senator Combs of Lexington appealed from his ruling and by a vote of 18 to 16 tt a the Snnato refused to sustain Cox and the opportunity was lost Had Arnett and Salmonjremained in the chamber and voted to sustain the chair as they said afterward they would have done the tie vote would have sustained it and the County Unit bill would proba bly have been passed in the Senate by now Its friends are much more en couraged since they have found a loophole however and say that before the session is ended they will be able to get it out JACK CHINN EXPLAINS IT While the Senators were buffeting about the badly battered bill its friends were trying to gAt it up as special or der for a vote in the House but again their effort was futile through failure to poll a twothirds majority vote Col- S I Jack Chinn of Mercer told a few truths about the matter on this attempty declaring that the friends of the County Unit bill had only their own leaders to blame forIts condition now He re called how Collins and Young the erstwhile antisaloon leaders at Louisville had sent out telegrams just before the 1907 State election advising the minis tore of the State to instruct their con gregations to vote the republican ticket or stay at home since the democrats had sold out to the liquor interests He pointed out how this advice had beenI accepted and the republican State tick- eti and many prohibition republican representatives elected who immediately came to Frankfort and voted for W 0 Bradley an attorney for the whisky in terests for United States Senator and elected him He said thatthis betrayal by the AntiSaloon League leaders had cost the election of J C S Beckham a democrat who would have been elect ed Senator but for that and have stood at Washington for six years voting for temperance measure that arose flHosaid that to cap the climax the an tisaloon leaders fired Rev M B Adams as president of their league be Scauseho had denounced this betrayal Col Chinn was out for scalps with blood in his eye and he made the temperance leaders admit that there was much merit in what he had said and many concede that the democrats have strong reason for refusing to support anything that the anti saloon league- R leaders are now asking This double dealing of the anti saloon league leaders ik exactly what is the trouble now in the Legislature Rev M B Adams admitted to the I J man when Cot China had concluded hU remarks ANOTHER MESSAGE FROM WILLSON Governor Willspn sent in another I infwhich urged the issual of a half a million dollars in bonds and interest bearing warrants to pay ofT the States indebtedness The Governor thinks that this doublebarrel action is needed to put the States credit on a firm foot i ing again He would have the bond is sue applied to payment of the sums due State institutions while the interest bearing warrants can be used for liqui dating other debts that the bond issue wont cover Governor Willson is a nice old fellow no doubt of it but in the opinion of most of the members of the General Assmbly and most of the members of his own republican admin istration too what he dont know about practical statecraft would fill several welII1ofthe good old soul Gov Willson is worried over the financial straits that the republican administration finds itself in after two years of service and fhe is going to essay every avenue off escape from the consequences which presents itself I WONT ENDORSE HIM o The valuationjvhjch his fellow repub ltcan leaders place upon1 his policies of can be gauged in no Jadnlnlatratlon 0 Barer way than through the fact that whoever the republican nominee for governor to succeed Wlllaon Is its a tento one shot that he will not make his fight before the people upon an en dorsement of the Willson policies Judge E C ORcar who is chiefly mentioned in connection with the nomi nation has taken the opposite side from Gov Willson on almost every public question which has arisen during the present administration The Willson regime had hardly begun before ORear opposed openly the Governors program to curb the night riders and they have not been In sympathy since Lieuten ant Governor Cox another possible candidate has almost openly disapproved of many of the Willson policies and in dicated in private conversations what entirely different views ho held on cer tain public questions Commissioner of Agriculture Merrell C Rankin who is almost certain to be a candidate for Governor had a hard time restraining the impulse to make open rebuke to the Governor when he issued his famous pronunciamento offering pardon before trial to anyone who might kill a night- rider RANKIN IS STRONG And In passing it is not untimely to say that in Commissioner Rankin Is go- Ing to bo found a candidate whom the other seekers after the republican gub ernatorial nomination are going to find a strong contender Judge ORears speeches for temperance in county unit local option elections and his defense of the tobacco growers Tight to organ- Ize to sell their crops have brought him prominently into the limelight and he seems to have both these elements heartily for him However Rankin has proven himself repeatedly just as strong a friend of temperance as 0 Rear and his work as Commissioner of Agriculture has brought him into much closer touch with the tobacco growers and deeper into the very heart of their organization than ORcar has ever got ten Rankin was one of the charter members of the Burley Tobacco Socie ty and has proven over and over his friendship for them Some of the republican leaders ore not inclined to look seriously upon him In connection with the matter but the old fashioned farm er from Henry county is going to fool them all when the time comes for a show of strength for that nomination which after all seems likely to prove a very empty bauble to him who gains it A TERROR TO EVILDOERS Over at Covington the poolroom operators gamblers and other lawbreak ers havo just been given a few thrills the like of which they have not experienced in many years A new Com monwealths Attorney has been induct ted into office in tho person of R G Williams an old Rockcastle boy and known and loved in Lincoln as well Mr Williams hardly took his oath of office before he set out to fulfill it and he has made things hum for the evil doers ever since He was In Frank fort the other day with his brother Attorney C C Williams of Mt Ver non and was warmly congratulated for the good work he is doing 1 intend to put the poolrooms out of business Mr Williams fiald to the I J The law is against them and I amgoing to uphold It There is no worse curse in the country to the young man than the poolrooms and they have got to go- Attorney John W Brown who has the honor of representing the L N railroad In Rockcastle was here the same day and given a hearty greet ing by his many friends The three Rockcastle visitors Inspeeted the new capitol and watched the Legislature at work S M S BOTH the Vice and Watkins County Unit measures were practically killed In the Kentucky Senate Thursday The Vice bill was reported by the Committee on Religion and Morals without ex iression The Watkins bill brought out a spirited debate which resulted in an appeal from President Coxs ruling The appeal was sustained When elec tion time comes again some of those responsible for the killing of these im portant measures will have to do a lot of explaining or their opponents will be elected The temperance folks are monstrous tired of such underhand methods to thwart the will of the people REPORTS from Washington say that the republican leaders from the Presi dent down fully realize the serious conditions which confront the party in the face of the approaching Congress ional campaign and are resprtlng to every possible means to stay the unfa vorable tide The Allda scandal and factional feuds In New Xrk the printI- ng fraud charges in Ohio and they far reaching effects of the ugly Ballinger investigation is greatly adding to the embarrassments oBan already serious situation STATISTICS show that the women of the North and East smoke a halt mil lion dollars worth of cigarettes in a year It is more than probable that the female lips that touch the little coffin nails are not fit to kits to start with After the habit Is on kiss ing the cat wouirbe a pleasurable pastime to touching your lips to theirs 4i GIVE THE VOTERS A CHANCE ONE of thelraost astute politicians In Kentucky b Judge E C ORear of the Court of Appeals as he is one of the moat capable of judges For some time the gubernatorial bee has been busting In his bonnet but when ho saw the State go so overwhelmingly democratic at the November election last he deci ded that a republican would stand but littlo show lor election if he ran for governor aud so quietly gave It out that he would not be a candidate But a change has come over the spirit of his dreams and it is now said he Is anxious to make the race If the nomination will bo given him without a scramble The reason is apparent He has seen the democrats as Gen Grant used to say make fools of themselves always at tho right time to kill their prospects Judge 0 Rear is a pronounced prohi bitionist as well as a strong republican He has seen a few men stifle the hope of the masses for a change to vote whisky entirely out and believing that they will resent the efforts of these men in behalf of the liquor Interests by wreaking vengeance on the party res ponsible for It thinks that a republican with his prohibition record has a splendid chance to win again for governor We hope he is mistaken but if he is not it will not be because the leaders in tho Senate have not done everything in their power to make such a result poSe sibleIt is not too late yet for them to read the handwriting on tho wall The peo ple want to be given a chance to pass upon the liquor question and they will not be satisfied until they do Let the Legislators who are working for the saloons get wise and give the people a chance or they will go down in deserved oblivion with adjournment of the General Assembly TilE endless letter chain scheme has been adopted by a Newport man to obtain a pardon for Henry Youtsey who is serving a life term in prison for the murder of Gov Goebel A good stout rope is what Youtsoy and all others need who had a hand in assassinating Gov Goebel It Is a pity that men will let sentiment get tho better oi their judgment Youtsey admitted that ho took part in the murder of Gov Goebel and there Is no reason why ho should not be made to suffer the conse quences TUB Senate has voted to abolish the State revenu agents and now if the House will follow suit many sins of omission and commission chargeable against the General Assembly may be forgiven That these cormorants shall not be longer legalized to prey upon the people and the State Is a consum mation devoutly to be wished A NEW YORK bishop admopfchca his members to deny themselves the read lag of newspapers during Lent This Is asking too much sacrifice In these days of newspaper necessity few there will be who will obey tho suggestion THAT good paper The Somerset Times has just passed the fourth mile stone in the journey of life May it live forever and Its clever editor never die While thawing out ten canes of dyna mite at Cedar Grove two miles south of Somerset the whole cargo exploded blowing to pieces Alilta Falanti and J Dorifiasa two Italian employes The explosion shook the buildings in Somerset with such force as to awake the residents and cause much alarm the people there believing it to be an earthquake Gov Judson Harmon of Ohio will be the next democratic nominee for- prgaideetand Gov Marshall of In iana will probably occupy the second place on the tlcketis the forecast of Cal John W Tpmljnson of Birmingham Ala who is a member of the Democratic National Committee Cal Perry city marshal of Blanch ard Okla was shot and seriously wounded in a battle with seven rob bers who had blown up the vault of the First Virginia Bank The robbers escaped on hand cars John Woods excounty attorney of Boyd county will make the race for the democratic nomination for attorney general Mrs Louisa Atkinson aged 82 is dead at Richmond after a short illness Neil Burgess the actor is dead in New York J J BELDEN For house carriage and sign Painting deco rllUve hllniiDC alsobuggy trimming of nil kind such as tops recovered curtains and boots mnda HtoporerAldrldgesblack KyPionsJ JBBrDRX Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock of Gro ceries and Hardware Ioin a good bust teat Will Involco about 13600 Reason ill health QEO D noPPKUHtnnfordKy FARM FOR SALE Iturprovedwelb IntheoutbuildingsATLIVING8TONtR i tr 1 C T JIll NOTICE meetlagJAUBailOOKKIl Si D CARTER Now Liven Depot Street Phono 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY W Ae TRIBBLE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 138 Stanford Kentucky Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer ot Marblo and Crnnlto Monu monts Marker and Port Cemetery and Lawn McKinne NEW MUSIC J We have placed In stock n fine line of vo cal and Initrumtjntnl inusU nil sold at Ififl per copy Will order any special plee de shed tale a- tt5hugara OX Tanner Drug WOMV Stanford Kentucky The Great Texas Panhandle Klch tend It the bnlt of all wealth The sates investment and tho surest moneymaker U rich farming land God U still rusting on the seventh day Ha 1 not making anymore laud The Texas ran handle U the last of the rich level land for settlement In this country Fortunes will be made on the advance lu price on those lands In the next few years Homo seekers will KO no further when they see It Hwfth er county U the garden pot and pride or ric-hetrandnoclearingorgrubbingno floods or cyclone Ulgb all Itlid delightful ell mate A proves wheat country First prize awarded our wheat at the National Oorn Exposition at Omaha No braika For free Illustrated booklet address JAMKH KUYKHKCTCMAUOXMKH- CIAL CLUB TullaH wisher County Texas EXECUTORS SALE OF LAND Ai Executor ot Homo Curtis dlcd sell at public outcry to the hl bidder before the courthome door In Htanford Kyat about S o clok on MONDAY MAIlOlt II IIIt county court day his Inte home on the Danvllln pike Property It about three wiles from Hlnnford and li bounded by the lands of Mrs Mntlle While J II Stilton and the Danville pike Lie opposite the Perm ot T A Iflce and contains by the dod nacres 1 rood and It JOin or land Has on It a cottage barn and neeennry out ulld InK iind fine spring Nice home convn lently located and fertile land Hale will tMI made on credit of 0 months with interest ate per cent from day of sale Purchaser will tw required to execute note with approved personal security and a Ilea will be retained on the land 1uromer shall have the prlv liege of paying cash Possession will bn given upon compliance with terms of sals P M axs Mtuoa Cards Sheriffs Sale I liy virtue of NoBit directed to me which Issued from the clerks onico of the Lincoln circuit court In favor of Car her Dry Goods Oo against J K Carson I or one of my deputies will on Monday the Uth of March 1V10 oars otl oclock p M and J oclock ris at the court house door In Hlanford Lincoln coun bidder the followingpropcriytorhsotmucd thereof as may be necessary to satisfy amount of tbo Interest and wltt fourteen acres of land In Lincoln county K1 situated neartheMgm fordand Jluitonvllle pike and bounded bv the lands ot Kverett Uarson H J Layton indJH Murphy This execution Is for I27S4 with Interest from July IS 1W7 and the cost otthts action levied upon as tho property of J K Carton Tjcuua tiale will mae on a credit of IK months bond with approved security equlred bearing Interest at the rate of A pu oral per annum from day of sale and laving the force and meet ofa replevin hoed This 9thdayefFebruary ItlO WIMcOAUrYHherlir LI ncoln Co Sheriffs Sale I Sty virtue of JUecutlon No SIT directed- to rue which issued from the clerk odlca of tho Lincoln Circuit Court in favor of- F W to Garter Dry Ooods Co against K Carson I or one of my deputies will on Monday the 14tb day of March 1910 between the hours of 1 PM and x P H at the court house door In titan of Lincoln Ky to pubfOrdoJounty hlghoit bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satlsty the amount of the Plaintiffs debt Interest and cost to wilt U acres of land situated in Lincoln county Ky near the Htanford and Hustonvlllo pike and bounded by the land of Kverett Unrion H J Dayton and J H Murphy This oxeeu tlon Is tom 172 with interest of a per cent trout July 3rd 1607 nnd the cost of this action levlfOlnpon ns tilt property of J K Oanon- TKIUIHHale on n credit of ilx months bond with approved security required bearing Interest nt the rate of 0 cen per annum from day of tale and bond 6 tda7ofFebruaro1191olieplevln WIteMcOAUTV Sherllf Lincoln CO Dinwiddieal Huston ville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car Wan uptodate like of goods r J T o i lII Good Every Day Here are some things you need eve orIand colors 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 t I SuspendersT- he same every day in the year the HARRIS is the best 25c to 2 pairi DRESS SHIRTS The FOUNTAIN is the standardneat black and white effects fancy or plain white are the popular colors withsoft or plaited bosom as you li- keNECKTIES If you Did not See our necktie Window last Week it was Your Misfortune t But it is not too late come inside and see themeaH J McROBERTS i STANFORD KENTUCKY i g t G L Penny R II Colby K It Coleman ir + m Dr Hess Poultry Puma I Will make hens lay cure them of dices sod keep them In good thrifty condition fHoffet sto- rePENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky mBB B WfJiJfIia E F1 I American Wire Fence I GORGE FARRIS Stanford 4 RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make your homo OB modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time can accomplished By means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors cart get for a sum that ia small compared with tohend tLine rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we a JO KentuckyTenneeeeeIllinois EJf4T QENNESSER TEL TElZ Cas- srosrol I A aa I It Y r The Interior Journal SHELTON M 8AUFLEY 0MA6a- F HON HARVEY HELM JJDc6 It a canlldnte for re- nminatlonforOon real from the Eighth district subject to action of the demo eratlo party THE EDITORS FRANKFORT LET TER FRANKFORT FED 21Doth Houses of the General Assembly have certainly played ball with the County Unit bill since last report While the friends of the bill really accomplished little they had the opposition on the anxious seat at several stages of the game Had it not been that two SenatorsB M Arnett of Jessamine county and toM Salmon of Hopkins countycon I veniently left the chamber at a crucial point and did not vote the County Unit bill would have been rescued from its burying ground in the Religion and Mor als committee and been ready for a vote on its passage Gov Cox ruled upon the insistence of Senator Thomas of Bourbon that when a committee bad delayed action on a bill for an unreasonable length of time that any member was given the right by the con atitution to call the bill out of Committee Cox said that the committee had delayed too long on the County Unit bill so ordered it out Senator Combs of Lexington appealed from his ruling and by a vote of 18 to 16 trt the Senate refused to sustain Cox and the opportunity was lost Had Arnett and Salmon emalned in the chamber and voted to sustain the chair as they said afterward they would have done the tie vote would have sustained it and the County Unit bill would proba bly have been passed in the Senate by i now Its friends are much more en couraged since they have found a loop hole however and say that before the session is ended they will be able to get it out JACK CHINN EXPLAINS IT While the Senators were buffeting about the badly battered bill its friends were trying to get it up as special or der for a vote in the House but again their effort was futile through failure to poll a twothirds majority vote Col Jack Chinn of Mercer told a few truths about the matter on this attempt declaring that the friends of the County Unit bill had only their own leaders to blame forIts condition now He re called how Collins and Young the erst while antisaloon leaders at Louisville had sent out telegrams just before the 1907 State election advising the minis tern of the State to instruct their con gregations to vote the republican ticket or stay at home since the democrats had sold out to the liquor Interests He pointed out how this advice had been i accepted and the republican State tick et and many prohibition republican rep resentatives elected who immediately came to Frankfort and voted for W 0 Bradley an attorney for the whisky interests for United States Senator and elected him lie said that this betrayal by the AntiSaloon League leaders had cost the election of J C S Beckham a democrat who would have been elect ed Snator but for that and have stood at Washington for six years voting for every temperance measure that arose i lie said that to cap the climax the an tisaloon leaders fired Rev M B 4f Adams as president of their league be cause he had denounced this betrayal Col Chinn was out for scalps with blood In his eye and he made the temperance leaders admit that there was much merit jn what he shad said fandmany concede that the democrats strong reason for refusing to sup- portr anything that the anti saloon league L leaders are now asking This double dealing of the anti saloon league lead ers is exactly what is the trouble now in the Legislature Rev M B Adams admitted to the 1 J man when Col Chinn had concluded hia remarks ANOTHER MESSAGE FROM WILLSON Governor Willspn sent in another s message to the Legislature Friday In p which he urged the Issua of a half a million dollars in bonds and interest bearing warrants to pay off the States indebtedness The Governor thinks that this doublebarrel action is needed to put the States credit on a firm footing again He would have the bond is sue applied to payment of the sums due State institutions while the interest bearing warrants can be used for liqui dating other debts that the bond issuer wont cover Governor Willson is a nice old fellow no doubt of it but in the opinion of most of the members of the General Asmhly and most of the members of his own republican admin r istration too what he dont know about practical statecraft would fill several volumes The Governor moans well very well but the practical men of the administration generally wont accept the gubernatorial dictum at the same value as they do the personal equation of the good old soul Gov Willson is i much worried over the financial straits that the republican administration finds itself in after two years of service and Jhe is going to essay every avenuo of I escape from the consequences which presente itself WONT ENDORSE HIM The valuation tft his eilow repub Ifcan leaders place uponhls policies of Itt l administration can be gauged in no f M f surer way than through the fact that whoever the republican nominee for governor to succeed Willson is its a tentoone shot that he will not make his fight before the people upon an en dorsement of the Willson policies Judge E C ORear who is chiefly mentioned in connection with the nomi nation has taken the opposite side from Gov Willson on almost every public question which has arisen during the present administration The Willson regime had hardly begun before ORear opposed openly the Governors program to curb tho night riders and they have nut been io sympathy since Lleuten ant Governor Cox another possible can didate has almost openly disapproved of many of the Willson policies and indicated in private conversations what entirely different views ho hold on cer tain public questions Commissioner of Agriculture Merrell C Rankin Who is almost certain to be a candidate for Governor had a hard time restraining the impulse to make open rebuke to the Governor when he issued his famous pronunciamento offering pardon before trial to anyone who might kill a night- rider RANKIN IS STRONG And in passing it is not untimely to say that in Commissioner Rankin is go ing to be found a candidate whom the other seekers after the republican gub ernatorial nomination are going to find a strong contender Judge ORears speeches fpr temperance in county unit local option elections and his defense of the tobacco growers right to organ ize to sell their crops have brought him prominently into the limelight and he seems to have both these elements heartily for him However Rankin has proven himself repeatedly just ks strong a friend of temperance as 0 Rear and his work as Commissioner of Agriculture has brought him into much closer touch with the tobacco growers and deeper into the very heart of their organization than ORear has ever got ten Rankin was one of the charter members of the Hurley Tobacco Socle ty and has proven over and over his friendship for them Some of the republican leaders are not inclined to look seriously upon him in connection with the matter but the oldfashioned farm er from Henry county is going to fool them all when the time comes for a rshow of strength for that nomination which after all seems likely to prove a very empty bauble to him who gains It A TERROR TO EVILDOERS Over at Covington the poolroom operators gamblers and other lawbreak ers have just been given a few thrills the like of which they have not experienced in many years A new Com monwealths Attorney has been induc ted into office in the person of R G Williams an old Rockcastle boy and known and loved in Lincoln as well Mr Williams hardly took Kb oath of office before he set out to fulfill it and he has made things hum for the evil doers ever since He was in Frank fort the other day with his brother Attorney C C Williams of Mt Ver non and was warmly congratulated for the good work he is doing 1 intend to put the poolroomsout- of business Mr Williams said to the I J The law is against them and I im going to uphold It There is no worse curse in the country to the young man than the poolrooms and they have got to go- Attorney John W Brown who has the honor of representing theL tit N railroad in Rockcastle was here the same day and given a hearty greet- Ing by his many friends The three lockcastle visitors inspected the new capitol and watched the Legislature at work 8 M S BOTH the ndWatkins County Unit measures were practically killed In the Kentucky Senate Thursday The Vice bill was reported by the Committee on Religion and Morals without expression The Watkins bill brought cuta spirited debate which resulted In- an appeal from President Coxs ruling The appeal was sustained When election time comes again some of those re ponaible for the killing of these important measures will have to do a lot of explaining or their opponents will be elected The temperance folks are monstrous tired of such underhand methods to thwart the will of the people REPORTS from Washington say that tits republican leaders from the Presi dens down fully realize the serious conditions which confront the party in the face of the approaching Congress Tonal campaign and are resprtlng to every possible means to stay the unfavorable tide The Allds scandal and factional feuds In New Xork the print ing fraud charges in Ohio and they far reaching effects of the ugly Ballinger investigation is greatly adding to the embarrassments of an already serious situation STATISTICS show that the women of the Narthand East smoke a half mil lion dollarsworth of in- a year is more than probable that the femalo lips that touch the little coffin nails are not fit to kits to start with After the habit is on kiss hg the atwoufd be a pie ratJlt pastime to touching your lips to theirs r l IGIVE THE VOTERS A CHANCE thelmoat astute politicians Iii Kentucky is Judge E C ORear of the Court of Appeals as he Is one of the molt capable o f For some time the gubernatorial bee has been busing in his bonnet but when he saw the State go so overwhelmingly democratic at the November election last he deci ded that a republican would stand but little show for election if he ran for governor aud so quietly gavo it out that he would not be a candidate But a change has come over the spirit of his dreams and it is now said hQ is anxious to make the race if the nomination win be given him without a scramble The reason is apparent He has seen the democrats as Gen Grant used to say make fools of themselves always at the right time to kill their prospects Judge ORear is a pronounced prohi bitionist as well as a strong republican He has seen a few men stifle the hope of the masses for a chance to vote whisky entirely out and believing that they will resent the efforts of these men in behalf of the liquor interests by wreaking vengeance on the party res ponsible for it thinks that n republican with his prohibition record has a splendid chance to win again for governor We hope he is mistaken but if he is not it will not be because the leaders in the Senate have not done everything in their power to make such a result poSe sibleIt is not too late yet for them to read the handwriting on the wall The peo ple want to be given a chance to pass upon the liquor question and they will not be satisfied until they do Let the Legislators who are working for the saloons get wise and give the people a chance or they will go down in deserv ed oblivion with adjournment of tho General Assembly TUB endless letter chain scheme has been adopted by a Newport man to obtain a pardon for Henry Youtsey who is serving a life term in prison for the murder of Gov Goebel A good stout rope is what Youtsey and all others need who had a hand in assassinating Gov Goebel It is a pity that men will let sentiment get the better of their judgment Youtsey admitted that he took in the murder of Gov Goebel andthere is no reason why he should not be made to suffer the conse quences TUB Senate has voted to abolish the State revenue agents and now If the House will follow suit many sins of omission and commission chargeable against the General Assembly may be forgo en That these cormorants shall not be longer legalized to prey upon the people and the State is a consum mation devoutly to be wished A NEW YORK bishop admoRjjhca his members to deny themselves the read fng of newspapers during Lent This is asking too much sacrifice In these days of newspaper necessity few there will be who will obey the suggestion THAT good paper The Somerset Times has just passed the fourth mile stone in the journey of life May it live forever and its clever editor never die While thawing out ten cases of dynamite at Cedar Grove two miles south of Somerset the whole cargo exploded blowing to pieces Allita Falanti and J Dorifiasa two Italian employes The explosion shook the buildings In Somerset with such force as to awake the residents and cause much alarm the people there believing it to be an earth quakeGov Judson of Ohio will be the next democratic nominee for- presidentand Gov fdarshlll of In diana will probably occupy the second place on the ticketOJ1s the forecast of Col John W Tomlinson of hamAla who is a member of the Democratic National Committee Cal Perry city marshal of Blanchard Okla was shot and seriously wounded in a battle with seven rob beta who had blown up the vault of the First Virginia Bank The robbers escaped on hand cars John Woods excounty attorney of Boyd county will make the race for the democratic nomination for attorney generalMrs Louisa Atkinson aged 82 is dead at Richmond after a short illness Neil Burgess thQ actor is dead in 4ew York J J BELDEN For douse cordage and sign painting deco ratlve paper hunKlnc also buggy trimming of all kinds such us tops recovered curtains and boots inndo stopover Aldrldcea black KyIponeJ J IJELDKN Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock of Oro erlos and Hardware Doing n good bust iiReasonIllOEO DEOPPEItZStnnfard- KyFARM FOR SALE acres My farm of 6T of good land well 1m MleIlltathe Maywood section Uonin has six rooms outbuildingsA teIta NOTICEl I mleotlORJAMB81IOOKKIU Q O CARTER New Llverv Depot Street Phone 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY I W A TFilBLE Furniture nnd Undertaking Day Phono 28 Night Phono 133 Stanford HentticHy Harry Jacobs Denier In and Manufacturer of Marble and Crnnito Monuments Marken and Posts Cemetery and Lawn McKinney NEW MUSIC I line of vo- Calandlnslrmueninltuuslall told at 10- per copy Will order any peclnl pleee de or into at Shugars EL Tanners Drug mere Stanford Kentucky The Great Texas Panhandle lOch land U the bull of nil wealth The sates investment land the surest moneymaker li rica farming land Oo4 U still retting on the seventh lie li not making anymore land The Texas Inn handle is the last of the rich level land for settlement In this country Fortune will be made on the advance In prIce on these lands In the next few years Home seekers will go no further when they see it Hwlih or county U the garden s Itand pride of tba The best watered and the richest fend no clllrlng or grubbing no floods orcyclones ltlgb altitude delightful ell mate A proven wheat country First prtle ftwanted our wheat and oats at the Natlouat Corn Exposition et Omaha Nebraska For free Illustrated booklet oddrvsi JAMKH FHYKHKCTOMAUOKMKH eiAL CLUB XullaHwliber County Texas EXECUTORS SALE OF LAND An Executor of Uonioe Ourtt dtCdtl will sell a1 public outcry to the hl before the courtbout door m Htnnford Ky at about S oclock on MONDAY MAIimiH 1119 county court da his late borne on the Dnnvlll pike Property U about three miles from btnnfonl anti li koundrd by the lands of airs Mettle White J 11 Hilton and the Dnnvlllt pike Lies opposite the farm of T A ltce and coalalni by ihn ded- r9 acres 1 rood nnd It poles or land Hat on It ft cottage barn necessary outbuild Ings ne spring Nice home conven bully located and fertile land Hale will IM nude on credit of t months with Interest at a per cent from day of tale Purchaser will be required to execute note with approved personal security and a flea will be retained on the land 1urciaier ihall hay liege of paying cash Possession will be then uron compliance with terms of sale r lof MCIIOIIaIITH Bsf MeatoeOirtU Sheriffs Sale I ExecsNoBy vIrtue gab directed to me which issued from the clerks oOlco of the Lincoln circuit court In favor of ea- rtarDryGoodsOoagalnstJ K Carton I oroneofmy deputies on Monday the 4th d of March 1V10 between the hours otlobockPxandrooloCkrx at the court boats door In Hlnnford Lincoln couu highestbidderthereof ni may be necessary to tatlify the amount of the debt Interest and COSUI to wltt Fourteen acres of land In sftuatednearthoMIan- tordandJlustonvlile pike and bounded bY be landiof Krerett Ourion H J Dayton This execution Is for K754S with Interest rom July 8 ItW and the cost of thli action levIed upon os the property of J K OarionT- jcnMM Hale will mae on a credit of- slx months security orannumtfromdayor of II per Cpeentp sale and laving the force and effect ofa replevin bond This eth day of February 1810 WJ McOAItry Hberinncola- 00Sheriffs Sale I By virtue of Execution No SIT directed- to me which issued from the Clerks ofllce iftho Lincoln CIrcuIt Court In favor of a VT hllbcrbcrgantlgnod to darter Dry loodi Co against Carton I or one of my deputies will on Monday Nth drl- of March 1910 between thu hours of 1 v I- Rnd t e M at the court house door In StanCounty of Lincoln Ky expose to put lie tale to the highest bidder the following property or 10 much thereof ai may be- necessary to satisfy the amount of the latnttRRdebt Interest and cost to wit Il acres of land situated In Lincoln county Ky near the Stanford and lluitonvlllo pike and bounded by the lands of Everett Canon H J Dayton and 11 Murphy This exceu lion Is for 172 with Interest of fl por cent from July and 1W7 nnd the cost of this action levied upon ns the property ofJ K Canon TH11MH Bnle will be m de on a credit of six months bond with approved security required bearing Interest at the tutu of I- Ser cent annum from day of sale nnd the force and effect of a Itopluvln this 9th day of February 1910 W LMcOAITY Hlmrlfl Lincoln Co ninwiddie ll Co Huston ville Ky U ndertakersand Embalmers We carry an uptodate line of goods 1 t r Good E evy Day Ji Here are some things you need eve ry day in the year wet or dry hot or cold You use the same weights styles andcolors OVERALLS- And we have just sized up on them- E andcan fit you any size from a childs 50ISuspendersT- he same every day in the year the i HARRIS is the best 25c to 2 pairi DRESS SHIRTS I The FOUNTAIN is the standardneat black and white effects fancy or plain white are the popular colors withsoft or plaited bosom as you li- keNECKTIES If you Did not See our necktie Windowvlast Week it was Your Misfortune But it is not too late come inside and see them i l H J McJROBRTS t STANFORD KENTUCKY tf m a1aaaaa m a 1b G L Penny R II Coffey E U Coleman i m Dr Hess Poultry Panacea b 1 BiIWiIIlnake fB i hens lay cure thorn t oi dUcaco and keep theta in good thrifty condition t The increase In the t ofeggs laid will more nUhsbermfor the small expense of f tBstote 0 s m Ei pn PENNYS DRUG STO m I Btmnford Kentucky 111 American B E I Wire Fence I H IJ ItGEORGE FARRIS Stanford 1 t l RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make your homo as modern for your family as a citytresidence and place in a to grit tho latest market quotations I at any time This can bo accomplished by means of our telophono service which you anti your neighbors cart get for a sum that U small compared W itbI tot l oUr mere Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we t 1 caniiimmediatdjr interest you Our cover the States of Kentucky TonneseebMississippi Louisiana and the SduUierri portion of Indiana and Wfoote j EAST TEKNESSEB TEL TECCqIWNarotlAfai I t o I Ic 00 r r7 Lilk r Come and See i e Interior Journal on TANFORD KY Fun 22 1911 i NEEDLES Bobbins nnd Shuttles for 11 sewing machines at Pennys Drug- Store pPERSONALS Miss LOUBLLA WHITE hoi been quite alck- i MR DUD HOLDERUAN has been qulto l sick MR W P KINCAID made a business I trip to Paint Lick iJUDO J N MENKFEB went to Frankfort yesterday MRS II G CUMMINS of tho Preach crsvllle section Is ill TUB aged Mrs Lizzie D Hill of Somerset la very sick WALTER JONES wife and baby art here from Stn Ka Va MIM AWE YANTis of Lancaster is tho guest of Miss Desslo Yantis i MM JKNNIB WORTIIAM toll and painfully hurt herself a few days ago MRS W H SHANKS spent several days with her parents In Madison t f MR W W HAYS who has been ill with pneumonia Is able to be out MR A M WARREN of Louisville 4 eat Sunday with the hotnofolkn hero Mills MAGGIE STACO visited her sis ter Mrs Will RlITo in tho West End DOORKEEPER J T EHURY spent from Friday until Monday with his tam ily here MR W D BULLOCK night man at tho depot is quite sick at his home in Lebanon MRS MATTIE KIRDY has returned from Danville where she has been for some time MR AND MRS DEER of Harrods burg are with their daughter Mrs M r M Sweeney MRS EUZA A BLAIN who has been in Danville for some time returned home Sunday JOHN GREEN of Dayton 0 is hero to see hU brother iiGrun who has typhoid fever i t MISSES ALICE AND ELOISB BEAZLKY left last week for Orlando Fla to join Mr James R Bemzley MRS R C HOCKBR and daushters are with her parents who are spending the winter at Dawson Ga HONK GEO E STONE of Danville and R II Tomlinson of Lancaster at tended court here yesterday Miss SARA BAUOIIMAN is at home from Hindtnsn at the bedside of her sbtertUlM Peachle Baughman iAJ C MAND M R ADAMff of Shelby City and Junction City res pectively were hero Saturday on busi neeCAITD F POWELL Is back from Martinsville Ind We are sorry to know that his rheumatism was not greatly benefited Miss EUZABSTH HUNN celebrated her 13th birthday Jhurfday night by giving a most enjoyable party to many of her little friends MR WB ELKIN of Louisville was here Sunday to see his sister Mrs R M Newland He wept from here to Rich- mondt where he thinks of locating MR GEO B SAUFLEYS condition is l encouraging Ho has passed the crisis and unless unlooked for complications arise he will soon be out of danger Miss FANNIE BRIGHT of Blooming I I I tod ill and Miss Marguerctto Bright- of Stanford are tho guests of Bright Jr and famllySomcrset Times MB LEWIS Wurrr formerly of this county but now a resident of Daven port Okla la here for a few days r Ho tells ue that Jie la prospering in his new home t Miss ZADA ZANONB of Lancaster passed through yesterday to Louisville to take a course in millinery Mlsa Za none is one of Lancasters very attrac live young ladies M4 WO SCOTT Conductor C II Burns and wife and R La Burns and 1oIte of Paris came over to Mr David Scotts to attend tho burial of their un ele Mr Charlie Sc ttITon stork visited the homo of Mr and Mrs Stephen A Sunday loft etta Farrls Walker tho sweetest bunt die of humanity tllst over came to gladden any IieartLanestw Record MRS ELIZABETH IliuaiNa M doing as JI well as could be expected Mies lwch ie Dpughmlinaconilltloq to natisfactory to her Jt 11 ter continues to Improve tid Green I continues v ill Little Miss Mantle Strsub I doing nicely LOCALS Fon SALE Bay harness gelding and runabout Apply to E C Walton Bio discount on winter Lap Robe and horse Blankets J C McClary wWANTEDSome country mnthams sides shoulders jowls etcat the Country Store TRY somo pure Cannel coaL The coa that lasts Denhams Coal Yards Stan ford and Rowland II H SINGLETON sold to Fred Good five shares ofstock In tho Wayncsbur Deposit Bank at 110 I HAVE for sale aagent several shares of stock in the Hustonville Na tional flank E C Walton HENS 12Jc guineas 210 per doz scrap iron 25c to 35c rubber 6c to 7c IL B Northcott Stanford Ky It FOR SALLet locust posts Will cut to order J M Ware Stan ford It F D No1 Telephone No 726 AN effort is being made to organiz another bank at Liberty but the proposition js meeting with considerable op position ATTENTION Knights of Pythias I Something doing all be present at 730 sharp Thursday Feb 24 T W Pen nington C C THOSE twothe estate of Ur 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 THOSE Indebted the of Trib ble Pence aro requested to settle their accounts at once The firm has lasulvcd and their affairs must be straightened up W A Tribbli TUB Mt Vernon Signal is opposed to cow grazing on tho streets of ile thrive ng little city Does Editor Albright kilts to deprive dumb brutes of all the pleasures of country town life- WANTEDA T pman to tako barge of an oil station at Moreland yand act as agent for Standard Oil Co Must come well recommended Lpply to W T Richardson Junction City Ky- PENCE T BROS havo sold 25 manure prcadera in tho past few weeks It ook two cars to bring them to Stan ord They arc of the 20th Century hake and are manufactured by the In ernaUonal Harvester Co SOACRB farm about seven miles from gooddateam double crib etc Right on pike lose to good school house and church and in good community Well watered and fenced Price 2000 Stanford teal Estate Co LJUDOS JAMES Po BAILEY tells us that at his fathers sale many years ago 150 hogs good and fat sold at tic Mr John Blain bought them and took them South and lost a big sum of money on thorn An advance of eight cents a pound on hogs is ono of tho many strange things Judge Bailey has seen ADA tho pretty J andbright little daughter of Mr and Mrs S S Elmore died at her homo at Rowland of typhoid rover and pneumonia Sunday She was fivo years old that day MrJ C Mc Clary will conduct funeral services at the homo at 10 oclock this morning after which tho remains wJlYbo laid to rest In Goshen cemetery J EARLY EASTEIU Easter comes ex ceptionally early this year in fact it will take plane earlier than any year since 1900 Tho first full mo9n after March 22d will appear March 25 there toro Easter which is always the first Sunday after this occurrence will bo on March 27 Easter will not beJ so early again except in 1013 when it comes on March 23 dally papers from many parts o f the State say that great damage has been done to trees tele phono and telegraph wires by the re sent sleet Evidently we caught only tho talon of the blizzard as no dam age to speak of wi defta to tress and Ute breaking down of telephone wires dM net gauge q great deal of trouble- Ilaweverw are not complaining and vyUl be thoroughly satisfied without a- tepdhleH of tHwiatry Watt a i r IL U r WEbavo just received our first installment of now Spring suits Skirts and capes These are this seafons newest creations and are positively right In style and price Wo havo suite 15 and up Military capes 5and Spring Skirta in the plaited styles 6novelty The New Russian iII SON KY II ItJfhe IItUoGOQI11 DtsrATCUESttltwhe WANTEDTwo boarders Mrs A P Hunn Stanford 2t WANTED nice fresh butter at the Country Store30c per pound PIANO FOR SAL Square varietyI Will sell cheap Apply at this office PURE Cannel block natDcnham yards at 18c per bushel delivered In town FOR SALE Secondhand heating stove Bargain if sold at once This office GET Northerns prices on all kinds of produce scrap iron and rubber Stan ford Ky- Tltnnr suites of rooms in tho Odd Fellows building for rent Apply to- Ed Wilkinson MY spring stock of buggyhamess Is In You can get choice now Quality and price count J C McClary r KIRK BOONS an experienced sign writer of Somerset will bo in Stanford In a few days in search of work Save your order for him eTins is Washingtons birthday and the banks and poatofijco are observing it as they have a right to Us poor folks are putting in the usual hours at work SATURDAYS LouisVilloTimcs contained a picture of tho collision at Waddy Shelby county in which Engineer Zan Dudderar formerly of this place lost his life WR have farms mHardin county in GO nero tracts to 900 acres and prices from 300 to 11000 These lands pro duce fine Burley tobacco Stanford Real Estate Co Mn J C EUDANKS has bought Mr W R Denhama interest In tho Bruce livery stable on Depot street and will erect a large tobacco warehousesome thing Stanford has needed for some time on tho site WE hope the grand jury will devote lame of Ita time and energy in looking into the illegal salo of whisky In Stanford Thero are Negroes hero who are vetting rich selling booze and it is high time they were called to account for 10 doing 115ACRB farm three miles from Stan ford on good pike and In splendid com mnlty In high state of cultivation has a two atory frame dwelling new barn and all necessary outbuildings Place well watered and fenced Will tell at right figure Stanford Real Es tate Co TUB drys will contest the whisky election held In Nicholasville last week when that town went wet 30 Attor noys Robert Harding and E V Furs year of Danville represent the tem perance forces Illegal voting inter ferenco by police officers nndnumeroua other charges are preferred CIRCUIT COURT venedyesterday but nothing worthy of mention was done The grand jury was not made up on account of so many of those summoned to servo either being sick themselves or having sickness in their families It is likely that the court will get down to business today IT Is a 25forte a person male or female under 21 years to enter a saloon at Somerset Tho law is rigidly enforced as it should be By the way we were informed while in PulaskIs capital tho other day that the whisky venders are not getting rich and that at least two of tho 13 saloons aro not paying expenses Ono merchant who favored saloons and voted for the open log of them on the belief that his busi ness would be increased by people who would como to town for booze now sees the error of his way and is sorry he did not vote no HONS J M ALVERSON assistant clerk of tho Senate and John Rolland ono of tho most popular members of tho House gave a box party at tho Lexington opera house Thursday eve ling to see Fritz SchefF The affair was in honor of Miss Sleadd and Miss Lyons of Shelbyville Others of the party were Miss Mary Belle Hobson Mr Trimble McKee of Mt Sterling Mr Mack Millersburg- iudgeWIlliant Dowfingf of Lawrence burg Mr George Peters Mr Alverson tad Holland A delliouslupper at the TbbenlxHotelafter the returned home in automo NheFrankfort Cor Courier Journal h 1 I CHURCH MATTER The Gospel is preached in 30 differ ent languages in the United States I Rev D M Walker will preach at the prayer meeting at the Christian church Wednesday night Rev Hugh Lovell of Lexington has accepted a call to tho Christian church at Finchvllle Shelby county Rev R T Carpenter of Lexington will preach at tho Crab Orchard Chris tian church next Sunday morning and evening Rev L B Arvin for threo years pastor of tho Cumberland River Baptist church at Barbourville has resign ed the charge and accepted a call to the PJnevillo Baptist church Charles Cheeradios has been appointed postmaster at Bird Polaski county 4TOBACCO canvas all grades at Hughes Martin Cos PARKERS I HAIR BALSAM I cia u4 twuniAt U bra- iloaow a laiutiut povth HTcr rails to Udder Ora I Coloecaz m Auctioneer I I offer tny services to the people of Lin coin county as an auctioneer Hatlifactlon guaranteedMoreland MeWHMUTKU Kjn 11 K 1J No 1- Heildrncc Turncrivllle TOiACCO FARM FOR RENT II desire to rent out for the present year a imall tobacco farm ot 10 acre near Drove Waynebur I FOR SALE I Dover Hotel at Ornh Orchard nlto store room Jut across street with post olQce ad joining and a cottage or offlco ot three rooms All oeccmury outbuildings 1I11H OUUT1H UOYKIt Urab Orchard Ky i Notice To Claimants I- Those having claims against the estate of the late JW Unthlcuin will present them verified to me at once Those onproperly will pl aso settle miiiPdlntrly VM WARE McKlnney KTITO THE FARMERS I will continue to handle Fertilizers In the Jumbo and McKlnney sections and ask mold patrons to remember me I also ask the patronage of many new customers Ho 1 in PPI London 4 Fruit and Ornamental Trees I ETsrythlne for Orchard lAwn Dud OariUn One Million Mtrawberryplants 1 tttn Catalogues No Agents H F Hillcnfrkcyer Sons LKXIHQTOW KBVHOSTT CLEMENSHOTEL J L ELKIW Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKY Large airy outside rooms Commercial travelers A specialty Special r tcs week or month The proprietor 1s a former Lln cola county man and Ida should re member him when stopping in his town A W CURD AUCTIONEER Burgin KcntucKy I dm a of Jones National Schoo- lorAuctloneersChicago nml have had ex perience Iu the big cattle sales at the Union stock Yards Chicago whore wo sold some thoroughbreds ns l as lJKO Also In horse salve wnere 800 sales were made each day AucUonoorlng is a science and I hove studlmf n with this Idea See or hone me before on arrange for your moIl08aleltoyourlldantugto PIIOi9Erb J When Hungry bOTO r Cartons Ilestaurant Ivinonster Street Stanford K Meats served ot all hours up to 1130 r u Dost place Iu town for a good quick meal Cooking to suit our customers our specialty Splendid new line of fancy Groceries Hot Coffee Sandwiches pies Ratter mil- kandaweetmllketeatall times W Aa CAUtiON Prop J t Blouse Coat I t J b if i SEVERANCE STANFORD L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin 5 Novelties Etc i s i 1 i hlfEverything thUW good and desirable in belts bags ornaments jewelry etc Elastic belts variously trimmed and combined with leather arc the favorites New bags in the large and medium aizee withstrapped handles black leads in color with brown tans and greys quite strong Turbans and Turban pins are the things for the head dress We have a large assortment t f coronet hair pins also coronet braid buckles and barrettes we aro also showing an immense lino of new collar and belt pins Our lino of novelties in neck wear for this season is better than ever it is necessary for you to see tho line in order to appre date the values we have in stock HUGHES MARTIN CQ y Dry Goods Notions Shoes l STANFORD KENTUCKY Farmers Attention I i Remember we carry the Hishest grade of FIELD SEEDS y i1 xW f The Genuine Oliver Plowsv AND A LARGE STOCK OF COLLARS MANES CHAINS E- TOWEPERKIiS I Crab Orchard Ky Tinging Plumbing Heating Dont let 1010 pass without Laving hot and cold water through year louee with beautiful w- hitePorcelain Bath Outfit Have W K WARNER to install your country water works wiA rcaronable prices and guarantee We also carry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS Roofing usl Roving PallIts Call and see us Telephone 188 n I W K WARNER o Stanford Ky to W K MOARTYPres E C WALTON Pres LR HUGHES AT p Stanford Real Estate Cb+ 10ej I i Stanford KentucKy Y r j I 1A 1J p Farms and Town Property Handled on Commission Stocks and Bonds iN Sold If you Havo Property to yell or RontNptifyTJarV Write for Circular to I LR HUGHES Secretary Stanford KJ U J c 4 7 I III I I Come and See I t II c SON iiIJfhelnterior Journal I TAXFOKD Ky Pun 22 191 I NEEDLES Bobbins nnd Shuttles Jl sewing machines at Pennys Dru Store PERSONALS Miss LOUELLA WillTB has been quite stele 1 MR BUD HoLDEttHAN has been quite t sickMR W P KlNCAID mode a business I trip to Paint Lick JUDO J N MENEFEE went to Frankfort yesterday MRS II G CUMMINS of the Preach ersvllle section is III TUB aged Mrs Lizzie D Hill of Somerset la very sick WALTER JONES wife and baby are here from Steaega Va Mesa ALUB YANT13 of Lancaster lathe guest of Miss Beasle Yanti MRS JBNNIB WORTIUH fell and pain fully hurt herself a Cow days ago MRS W 11 SHANKS spent several days with her parents In Madison t MR W W HAYB who has been ill wlth pneumonia Is able to be out I MR A M WARREN of Louisville seDt Sunday with the horocfolka here Miss MAGGIE STACG visited her sis ter Mrs Will Riffe in the West land DOORKEEPER J T EMMY spent from Friday until Monday with his fam hereMR B BULLOCK night man at I the depot is quite sick at his home in Lebanon MRS MATTIE Kinnv has returned If from Danville where she has been for some time MR AND MRS DEER of Harrods burg are with their daughter Mrs M M SweeneyIMRS EUZA A BI AIN who has been In Danville for some time returned home Sunday JOHN GREEN of Dayton 0 is hero to see his brother Ed Green who hast typhoid fever i MISSES ALICE AND ELOISE BBAZLKY K left last we k for Orlando Fla to join JMr James R barley MRS R C HOCKBR and daughters are with her parents who arc spending the winter at Dawson Ga t HORN GEO E STONE of Danville and R H Tomlinson of Lancaster at tended court hero ycaterdyIMiss SARA BAUOHMAN is at home from Hindman at the bedside of hurI sister Mice PMchle Baughman MieC MANP M R ADAMBr of Shelby City and Junction Cityf res pectively were here Saturday on bUll ness CAPT B F POWELL Is back from Martlnavllie Ind We are sorry to know that hfa rheumatism was not greatly benefited Miss ELIZABETH HUNN celebrated her 13th birthday tktuecaynraM by giving a most enjoyable party to many of her little friends MR WB ELKIN of Louisville was here Sunday to ace bis sister Mrs R M Newland He wept from here to Rich t Inond where ho thinks ot locating- t MMa GEO B SAUFtKYa condition Is encouraging Ho has passed the crisis and unless unlooked for computations T arise ho will soon be out of danger Miss FANNIE BRIQIIT of Blooming f tad ill and Miss Marguerettc BrlRht of Stanford are the guests of Mr John Bright Jr and family Somerset Tunes MR LEWIS Wiirrr formerly of this county but now a resident of Daven y port Oklas here for a few days l lie tells uatlat heIa prpiperlnff In his new home 1Miss ZADA ZANQNE of Lancaster passed through yeeterdaytoLouisville- to take a course in millinery Miss Za none is one of Lancasters very attract I live young ladles MR W Oi SCOTT Conductor C II hums and wife and R L flume and yrifeof Paris came over to Mr David Scotts to attend the burial of their un ele Mr Charlie Scott THE stork visited the homo of Mr and Mrs A Walker on last Sundamorning and left little Georg the sweetest bu- ntdie of humanity that over came to any heart Lancaster Record MRSELIZADETiI 1IIGOI as as could be expected Miss Peach ns condition Iq satisfactory herphyrticians Mrs J H McAlia ter continues to improve Ed Green continues very ill Little Miss Mamie 1 Straub i doing nicely It J y LOCALS FOR SALE Bay harness gelding an runabout Apply to E C Walton 0Bla discount on winter Lap Robes and Korea Blankets J C McClary athomegsides shoulders etcat a Country Store TRY Cannel The coal that lasts Denhams Coal Yards Stan ford and Rowland H IL SINGLETON sold to Fred Gooch five shares of stock In the Waynesburg Deposit Bank at 110 I HAVB for sale agent several shares of stock In the Hustonvllla Na tional Bank E C Walton r lIES 12ic guineas 210 per doz scrap Iron 25c to 35c rubber Cc to 7c H B Northcott Stanford Ky It FOR SAL LLotoflocust posts Will cut to order J M Ware Stan ford R F D No1 Telephone No 721 AN effort is being made to organize another bank at Liberty but the propo sition js meeting with considerable opposition ATTENTION Knights of Pythias I Something doing all be present at 730 sharp Thursday Feb 21 T W Pen nington C C THOSE indebted totheestate of Ur- L B look must settle at once or I will bo compelled to collect the accounts by law Mrs L B Cook admx L B Cook THOSE indebted to the firm of Trlb ble Pence are requested to settle their accounts at onto The firm has dissolved and their affairs must be straightened up W A Tribble TUG Mt Vernon Signal is opposed to cows grazing on the streets of its thriv ing little city Does Editor Albright to deprive dumb brutes of all he pleasures of country town IIfe1 WANTED reltablp man to take charge of an oil station at Moreland Ky and act as agent for Standard Oil Co Must come well recommended Apply to W T Richardson Junction City Ky- PENCE BROS have sold 25 mamre spreaders in the past few weeks It took two cars to bring them to Stanford They are of the 20th Century make and aro manufactured by the In ternational Harvester Co SOACRB farm about seven miles from Stanford Land all cleared and in good state of cultivation six room cottage pikecloseand In good community Well watered and fenced Price 2000 Stanford Real Estate Co JUDGE BAILEY tells us that at his fathers sale many years ago 150 hogs good and fat sqld at lie Mr John Blain bought them and took them South and lost a big sum of money on them An advance of eight cents a pound on hogs is one of tho many strange things Judge Bailey has Been ADA the protty and bright little daughter of Mr and Mrs S S Elmore died at her homo at Rowland of typhoid fever and pneumonia Sunday She was five years old that day Mr J C Mc Clary will conduct funeral services at the homq at 10 oclock this morning after which tho remains wilYbe laid to rest In Goshen cemetery EARLY EASTER Easter exceptionally early this year in fact it will take place earlier than any year since 1900 The first full mope after March 22d will appear March 25 there fore Easter which is always the first Sunday after this occurrence will be on March 27 Easter will not be so early again except in 1913 when It comes on March 23- DIaPATCnE9 to the daily papers from many parts of the State saythat great damage has been done to trees tele phone and telegraph wires by tho re cent sleet Evidently wecaught only tho tall end of the blizMrdas no dam ago to speak of was done to trees and the breaking down of telephone wiry did not cause a great deal of trouble However wa are not complaining and will be thoroughly satisfied without a repetition of the wiatry bleat rL c shave I J WE a just received our first installment of new Spring suite Skirts and capes These are this seasons newest creations and arc I positively right in stylo and price We have novelty suits 615 and up Military capes 85and up New Spring Skirts in the plaited styles See The Sui With The New Russian WANTEDTwo boarders Mrs A 2tdWANTEDSomo nice fresh butter at the Country Storo30c per pound PIANO FOR SALE Square variety Will sell cheap Apply at this office rUnE Cannel blockcoalDcnhama yards at 18c per bushel delivered in townSFOR SALE Secondhand heating stove Bargain if sold at once This onceaGET Northcotts prices on all kinds of produce scrap Iron and rubber Stanford Ky THREE suites of rooms in tho Odd Fellows building for rent Apply to Ed Wilkinson m MY spring stock of buggy harness is In You can get choice now Quality nnd price count J C McClary KIRK BOONE ah experienced sign writer of Somerset will bo In Stanford In a few days in search of work Save your order for him Tills is Washingtons birthday and the banks and postofficoaro observing It as they have a right to Us poor folks are putting in the usual hours at workSATURDAYS LouIsVilloTimcs contain ed a picture of tho collision at Waddy Shelby county in which Engineer Zan Duddcrar formerly of this place lost his life WE have farms in Hardln county in COncre tracts to 000 acres and prices from 300 to 11000 Theso lands pro duce fine Burley tobacco Stanford Real Estate Co MR J C EUBANKS has bought Mr W R Denhams Interest in the Bruce livery stable on Depot street and will erect a largo tobacco warehouse some thing Stanford has needed for some time on the site WE hope grand jury will devote some of Its time and energy In looking into the illegal sale of whisky In Stan ford There are Negroes here who are getting rich selling booze and it is high time they were called to account for so doing 115ACRB three from Stanford on good pike and In splendid community In high state of cultivation has a two story frame dwelling new barn and all necessary outbuildings Place well watered and fenced Will sell at right figure Stanford Real Es tate Co THE drys will contest the whisky election held in Nicholasville last week when that town went wet 30 Attorneys Robert Harding and E VPur year of Danville represent the tern 1 pcranco forces Illegal voting inter 1 fcrcnco by police officers andnumerous other charges are preferred CIRCUIT COURT venedyesterday but nothing worthy of mention was done The grand jury was not made up on account of so many of those summoned to servo either being sick themselves or having sickness In their families It Is likely that tho court will get down to business today IT is a fine of 25 for a person malo or female under 21 years to enter a saloon at Somerset Tho law is rigidly enforced as it should be By tho way wo were Informed while in Pulaskls capital tho other day that the whisky venders are not getting rich and that at least two of the 13 saloons pro not paying expenses Ono merchant who favored saloons and voted for the open Ingof them on tho belief that his busi ness would be increased by people who would come to town for booze now sees the error of his way and is sorry hq did not vote nor j SONS J M ALVERSON assistant clerk of the Senate and John Holland one of tho most popular members of the House gave a box party at the Lexington opera house Thursday eve ning to see Fritzi Scheff The affair was in honor of Miss Sleadd and Miss Lyons of Shelbyvlllo Others of the party were Miss Mary Belle Hobson Mr Trimble McKee of Mt Sterling Mr Mack Grimes of Judgo William Dowling of Lawrence Peters Mr Alvereo- nandbirUglland A delicious supper at the after the and the returned home in automo bileeFrankfort Cor Courier Journal CHURCH MATTERS The Gospel is preached in 30 differ ent languages In the United States Rev D M Walker will preach at the prayer meeting at the Christian church Wednesday night Rev Hugh Lovell of Lexington has accepted a call to tho Christian church at Finchville Shelby county Rev R T Carpenter of Lexington will preach at the Crab Orchard Chris thin church next Sunday morning and evening Rev L B Arvin for three pea pastor of the Cumberland River tist church at Barbourvllle has resigned the charge and accepted a call to th Pinuville Baptist church Charles Cheerle has been ap pointed postmaster at Bird Pulask I county TOBACCO canvas all grades a Hughes Mortfn Cos PARKERS HAIR BALSAM chew aM bmnlfte lull rmnotat a laimUnl troll OohHairrun u Auctioneer I I over my services to the people of Lin coin uan auctioneer HnlUfaotlon guaranteed II W MeWHOUTKIt- Uorelond K111 D No 1 Residence Turneravllle TOIACCO FARM FOR RENT I Idedrotorentoutforthepreaent year a small tobacco farm of lOacree near Grove ValeT countyy Oood dwelling sod burn Wnynesburg FOR SALE I Goer Hotel ntCrnb Orchard nUo store room mat across street with pot otllco ad joining and n cottage or ollleo of three rooms All necessary outbuildings UIIHOU11T1HUOVKR Urub Orchard Ky Notice To Claimants I Those having claims against the estate of the late J W IJnthlcom will present them properly verified to me at once Tbote ow nit the estate wlllpUMUsettlelmniPdlately MoKlnney Ky 1 TO THE FARMERS 1 will continue to handle Pertlllieri the I Jumbo and McKlnney sections and ask JUT old patrons to remember me Inllo nskthe patronage of many new customer D C HIPPMB I london Ky Fruit and Ornamental Trees I Everything for Orchard lAwn and Oard nl One Htrawberrypluati 1 Free Untalogu No Agents t H F HiUnmGytr Sons 1 f LBXIXUTON Xatrn- ozYCLEMENSHOTEL J L EUCIM Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKY lArgo airy ontslde rooms Commercial travelers a ppclal 8H clnl rates by week or month The proprietor li n former Lln coin county man and hIs should remember him when topping In hU towns A W CURD AUCTIONEER Burgin KentucHy I am a of Jones National School ot Auctioneer Ol1lcagoI1I have had ex In the big cattle ealelul the Union- itookYardChicago whore we lold some thoroughbreds as high nl llLee Also In horse sales vrnere 8no mica were made each day Auctioneering li a science and I have itudlcd It with lull ldea See or phono me before yon arrange for your Kale I can make ialei to your advantage PH ON B J4H When Hungry bOTO I Oarioni Ileitnurant Lancaster Street Stanford K Neal served at all hours up to 1130 r M Best place lu town for n good quiet meal Cooking to suit our customers our specialty Splendid new line of fancy Groceries Hot Coffee Sandwiches pies Buttermilk and sweet milk etc at all tunes Wa A CARSON Prop j f Blouse Coat 1 t i f f SEVERANCE STANFORD KyIIL R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin tt Novelties EtcI Everything hats new good and desirable in belts bags hair ornaments jewelry etc reElastic belts variously trimmed and combined with leather slzeeegreys strong pins are the things for the head dress We have a large assortment tf coronet hair pine also coronet braid buckles and barrettes we pinsOurapprctt f HUGHES MARTIN I CQ Dry Goods Notions Shoes l STANFORD KENTUCKYI Farmers Attention I t Remember we carry the Hishest grade of FIELD SEEDS w 1- K k The Genuine Oliver Plowsvi i f AND A LARGE STOCK OF COLLARS HAMES CHAINS ETC E W E PERKINS 1 1- r i r Crab Orchard Ky i R Tinging Plumbing Heating Dont let 1010 pass without having hot and cold water through year IOUBC with beautiful w- hitePorcelain Bath Outfit Have W K WARNER to install your country water works wWi reasonable prices and guarantee we also carry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS Roofing and Bo5aPaiDts Call and see us Telephone 188 IWI K WARNER e h Stanford Kyaa Wb llOARTYPres E C WALTONVPrcs L R HUGHESU hTtI Stanford Real Estate Car j t t tI CJ Stanford HentucltyhI A J Farms nnd Town Property Handled on Commission Stocks and Bowk Sold If you Hixvo Property to Sell or Rent NotifyUavy 9 Write for Circular to v LR HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky J = i The Interior Journal i Jfefcred in te Poet OJfist at Stanford at mtmictatt matter I L Na TIME TABLE No 81 Bouth 11 1M r K- Nom8onth10i3 A M No 14Nortb 4tW A K Not Nortbliltll r KI No 171019 A x NoMllto r K JOSS RICEAgont t A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Oftee over McRoberte Drug Store in Uw Owaley Buildi- ngMASONS MEET LIncoln IxxjReNoM Fot AM will meet Ita dated communication on each lint nnd third Monday nights oreach month at 730 Clerk In their hall on main itrceet Stan leaellty Members of sister lodges are frn craftily invited to be present T W Pen legtn Moo M fall and Winter Stock I Nave your measure taken by n tailor of ex Bstfence Then your clothes whethern low Melee builucM suit or the finest evening etotfce will have that Individuality and nt e bkcb plainly indicate they wore made to vjneasuro I will alio take your meat w for extra trousers fancy vests to- oeetss end overcoat Felt and VInto- seaptes on hand ready for your inspection HOROPIKY The Tailor Stanford Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furntih the publlo with the best as vrll M the freshest of cut flowers plants of uM bulbs potted flowers on short aeUce Also make a specialty of wreaths tor Jor funeral purposes R11khtoprices CHRISTMAN GREEN HOUSES ED llunnAKD 1ROK Stanford Ky SbwwssJTobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance I Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone S6 Office 86 Insure with me and be fully protected CONCRETINGP ITW are tn poaftlontodoaliklnd of con r orating as Block Work Pavements wdta fact we can make any thing from e- IIme down to a fence post We can serve tJallandgetourpriceaWee PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Mifioney m Fish j Insurance and Real nr Estate AH kinds of INSURANCE nil l liadd of property Only the larg est companies represented Rates as lowas can be hadanywhere laniard Hy Phone 200 JLBeazleyCo j UndertaKera and Embalir an Also Dealers in Fur BitareJMatting8Ruga They willexchange Furniture for I all Kinds of Stock Give k Them a Call Prices Right KENTUCKY1t J C McClary t Undertaker Embalmer and ste er In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY 1 Idl111rkon t117 HoraeJPbooe M J S L LJ c L FARMERS DEPARTMENT At Lexington 47 Duroc Jersey hogs sold at 58 A T Nunnelloy sold 17 95 pound I shoats at 950 I Fity good owes for sale W E Moss Lancaster FOR SALE Nice fouryearold Jersey milk cow EmU Grccnburg In Bath county Thomas Robertson soldto R E Tipton a pair of mules for 425 The price of hogs jumped at the Lou isville stockyards from 925 to 950 per cwt It C Arnold bought last week a bunch of yearling heifers and steers at 3c to 4c Joe E Wright of this county pur chased of Mr Piles of Casey a jack for 1000 W H Rigney sold 12 twoyearold mules at 92 and a bunch of Jersey heifers at 24 to 33 FOR SALEMammoth Bronze tur keys Very fine stock Mrs G C Lyon Hustonville Ky FARMERS ATTENTION ITry me on wagon and plow harness for quality and price J C McClary Receipts of live stock at the Chicago stock yards Monday were 27000 cattle 40000 hogs an J 19000 sheep W L Lawson hoe sold his farm of 443 acres to SE Hammond of Knox county at 65 Lancaster Record SALE75 to 100 bushels of or chardr grass seed Extra good 150 per bushel B B King Moreland ExSheriff R Z Moss of Jessamine sold his stallion Jessamine Squirrel to Clinton Woodward of Wilmore forl 000Allen Edelin bought at Lexington the great horse Ogle Chief by Montgomo ry Chief for l025Danville Advo cateFOR SALE25 three year old mules All broken and in good working order Call on or phono Logan Hubble Lan caster R F D No1 The Burley Tobacco Society will un dertake to pool the 1910 crop and a meeting of the district board has been called for March 8 at Lexington to ape prove the pledge FOR SALEFour good sows fine stock one sow and pigs and some shoats Sows will average 150 pounds shoats 60 pounds Residence three miles West of Kings Mountain on the new pike W C Patrick Waynesburg Ky R F D No4 Twelve tobacco growers of Dry Ridge Grant county were indicted in the Federal court at Covington for alleged at tempts to interfere with interstate shipments of tobacco by threats of violence against the shipper W T Os born on Nov 26 1907 Pennsylvania Is a large State with plenty of mountain territory and it is declared by the State game commission that the number of bears killed therein recent years has surpassed that of deer During last season between 600 to 70Q bears were killed BARGAIN 257 710 acre farm about five miles from town on good pike J mile from school church and store 100 acres fine tobacco land Nine room brick residence 240barrel cnb shed granary silo barns etc Fencing good and place well watered Nine never failing springs cement troughs etc In a splendid neighborhood Stan ford Real Estate Co Senator Owen of Oklahoma with being interested in the affairs of the Standard Oil Coandsaylng that he would like to see John D Rock efeller wrapped in the flames of hell Senator Jeff Davis of Arkansas made- a speech in the Senate which was fit tingly characterized by him as red hot and right off the bat Cars will be running from Frankfort to Versailles over the Kentucky high lands railroad this Fall The Louisville and Nashville railroad which owns the Kentucky Highlands has advertised for bids for the construction of nine miles and a half of road extending from the present terminal of the Kentucky High lands lo Versailles At the Treasury department the positive statement was made that there was no basis for the report that Sec retary MacVcagh was contemplating retiring from office because of ill health On the contrary the Secretary has not talked about such a possibility oven to his closest friends s Stephen Birch manager of tho Gug genheimMorgan Alaska syndicate told a Senate committee Saturday that it was calculated that a profit of 25000 000 would be made out of the Cunning ham claims For these claims it pro posed to pay the United States 250000 F Clifford Hammond manager of E R Bradleys Idle Hour Farm in Fayette was shot and badly wounded by Ennis McDaniel whom he had discharged McDaniel then turned his gun on him self and was fatally wounded A ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRE farm on good pike Has two houses In 2i miles of railway station Land produces good tobacco Look at it and you will buy it Price only 2500 Stanford Real Estatft Co George I Ham former president of the United States Banking Company of Mexico City that recently went into the hands of K receiver waa arrested M Here and There George Currey an aged citizen of the Cardwell section of Mercer is dead William Baldock 00 years old died at his home near Coffey in Boylo coun tyBy a vote 885 to 646 Guthrie Okla defeated the commission form of governmentSego died at his home in Lower Garrard after a lingering illness of consumption W B Smith aged 68 died at tho home of his sister Mrs M J Miller at Mt Vernon William Lorkln aged 60 years and wellknown Hardin county farmer was found dead in his yard The City of London Corporation con aisle of the Lord Mayor 25 other aldermen and 206 common councilors A twoyearold child of Mrs Melinda Holcomb of Letcher county burned to death by Its clothes catching from an open grate William Morrison little son of Hot land Morrison died in Paducah fro drinking ah eye solution containing morphine and atropla The home of Rufus Marshall near Franklin Mills Fleming county burned and Mrs Marshall aged 29 was burn ed to death In the house The United States Senate passed the diplomatic and consular bill without de bath and without amendment The bill carries an appropriation of 4119 481Secretary of War Dickinson declared there will be no favoritism as between steamship companies plying between the east and west coasts of America in the use of tho Panama Canal for trans shlpmlntIGeorge Stephens a railroad engin eer shot and killed three of his little children fatally wounded the colored nurse and then turned the pistol on himself and ended his own life at Birm ingham Ala The coroners inquest at Cairo ill where four Negro deputies of the sher iff told of firing into the mob has arous ed deep resentment and only the pres ence of 300 militiamen keeps down se rious rioting Eleven bodies of miners were recov ered from the St Paul coal mines at Cherry 111 To the amazement of vet eran mine inspectors the bodies en tombed since Nov 13 when brought to the surface were found to be almost perfectly mummified The Senate appointed as Its commit tee to investigate the increased cost of living the following members Lodge Gallinger McCumber Crawford Sim mons and Clarke of Arkansas Sena tor Elkins declined the chairmanship because ho was busy with the administration railroad bill- MATRIMONIAL In London in 1907 IjJID bachelors married widows The engagement of young Jay Gould to Miss Olga Wiborg of Cincinnati is deniedSherman Jones shot and fatally wounded George Pruitt at Bardwell when tho latter attempted to elope with Jones 15 year old daughter The number of bars and liquor shops has beenBteadlly reduced in Ontario Canada until now there are only about onethird as many as there were 35 years ago in spite of the great increase in population The Campbell county grand jury re turned an indictment against Scott Sho maker former cashier in the Newport postofllce charging him with offering a bribe to Circuit Judge Yungblut h 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