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Thomas Satterwhite, a veteran river-mais dead in Louisville. v, Iictwccn 18 nnd 20 inches of snow fell in Cincinnati Thursday and Thursday n, I iv y& NO. 103 22. 1910. Edward li. linger, of Ashland, li a It nil tho useful animals In tho world candidate for Congress In tho Ninth wore to organize themselves for revolt district. Tho second of tho Hosworth-Wyaagainst the cruelties of man, thoy Kenwould outnumber any human army that good road measures passed the brought against them, even If tucky Senate by n vote of 21 to 10, Fricould bo every man, woman and child of every day, Joseph Mnnov, former postmaster of raco under the sun marched from tho corners of tho earth to join Its Danville, has been appointed deputy four Internal revenuo collector at Sacramenranks. Such record! as the Department of to, Cat. Tho Kentucky House of Reprcsenta-tiqe- s Agriculture has been able to gather Bnd again defeated a resolution to has just summarized In tho depart, ment's "crop report," show that th mako the County Unit Hill a special orimputation of useful animals moro than der of business. Coi. Jack Chinn bitterly oxcorintcd equals the estimated population of the n League in n tho Kentucky earth. could organize his speech In tho House of Representatives Gen. Hctlwother sheep Into a division of GSO.OOO.OOO and Friday. Ho compared them to outnumber the Chinese by more than a Tho time having expired for entries hundred million. Tho horse could have a cavalry division of more than 95,000,-00- 0 Into tho domocrtic primary for Con. with a corps of 7,000,000 mules to grens in tho First district, and Ollio M. bring supplies to the front. About 100,. James being tho only announced candide000,000 goats could furninh milk and date for the position, ho will bo while 21,000,000 buffaloes coald clared the nominee on Feb. 21 wool, Tie third legislator of New York, stamp out Spain man by man. MeanConwhile 2,000,000 camels could campaign who, it is charged by Senator Ren building In their familiar conditions of deserts ger, was bribed by the bridgo and dry place and OuO.OOO hardy rein- combine, was S Fred Nixon. Nixon, deer rould sweep tho Northern chmca who has since died, was speaker of the There arc, ns nearly as can bo esti- lower house and a power in Empire mated, 1,500.000,000 useful animals in Stato politics. Tho Senate committee on appropriatho world, Including, in addition to mentioned, enormous num- tions reported adversely on Senator those ibovo Combs' bill to appropriate $25,000 per hogs. d bers of cattlo and It Tho United States leads in the popu- year for a State fair at Ltxington lation of awinc with about 50,000,000, n also reported adversely on tho bill to third of all in tho world. Australia appropriate $200,000 for new buildings leads with 88.000.000 sheep and the for thu Stato fair at Louisville, "My present intention is never again United States is third with 57,000,000, While the United States ranks second to seek olTico at the hands of tho peoto British India In cattle with about ple of Kentucky," said Lieut. Gov. 70,000,000, It leads In number of useful William Cox from his seat as presiding animals the horse and in the greatest officer of the Senate. This means that Judgu E C. O'Rcar will bo tho repubaid to commerce tho hog lican nominee for governor the next tt Anti-Saloo"bunco-steerers." four-foote- "Animal Army" There Is. POLITICAL. I night. Mrs, W. S. Gill, an aged woman of Howling Green, died while sitting on the side of her bed dressing. Near Cloverpori, Alonzo Dowcll shot The men fell and killed his out over the rent of a farm. The oldest Odd Fellow in Kentucky, Martin Schmidt, of Louisville, celebrated his 89th birthday Friday. An epidemic of diphtheria in Hath county has caused tho closing of schools and abandonment of public gatherings. Gen. Mulholland, who had been United States pension agent in tho city of Philadelphia since 1891, is dead, aged 71. " u Of jBBMMiH OVERCOATS! Winter Suits, AND- - Heavy Shoes, Dispatches to Dun's Review testify to encouraging prospect for an nctivo spring trade, but present conditions are rather irregular. Four nriaonors cut their way out of tho jail at Cadiz nnd escaped. Bloodhounds were put on their trail but failed to find tho men. Miss Agnes Lcslio Elkins. niece of United States Senator Elkins, of West Virginia, who shot herself nt Kansos City, died of her wounds. A heavily.loaded cigar given him as n joke by his companions may causo Everett Rector, n young farmer of Bourbon county, to lose tho sight of both eyes. Women of Dawson Springs have organized a society for the purpose of erecting aSlO.OOO brick buildinglfor the graded school. Funds are being subscribed rapidly. Dr. Cook has at last been "discovered," turning up in Santiago, Chili. He still maintains thnt he reached tho pole and is preparing a complete account of of the expedition, which he says will prove It, Col Roosevelt and tho others of tho Smithsonian African scientific expedition, arrived at Gondoroko Thursday. All arc well'und enthusiastic over their experiences and the scientific results of their explorations. Whilo returning from a "joy ride" in West Philadelphia, James Graham, 19 years old, was killed by the nutomo-bil- e crashing into a telegraph pole. Thrn.t ntliAr nrninnnta nf thn car. two of whom were women, were iajured. C. W. Armour, president of the Ar mour Packing Co., of Kansas City, Examiner contended before Special Daniel Dilllon in an investigation of Underwear -- AT COST.- - Cummins & Wearen, Tho river and harbors appropriaIs when you do soniocreat uecil or discover aomo wonderful fact Thl tion bill was taken up in earnest Sathour camo to J. II Pltl, Kooky Mt , X. urday by the Senate Committeo on It was decided to go thro' C , when ho was suffering Inlennoly, ho Commerce "from tho worst cold I over had tho House bill nnd give consideration to I then proved to ray great satisfaction all of tho projfcW approved by tho what a wonderful Cold andCoughcuro House before taking up any Senate Dr. King' New Discovery Is For, amendment. Four administration measures are after taking ono bottlo was entirely cured You can't aoy ahythlng too assured of passago at this session of good of a medicine like that." Its the Congress. After conferences with Sensurest and best remedy for diseased ators and Representatives, President ljngs, Hcraorrhsgcs, LiOrippe, Asth- Taft told callers that ho felt certain ma, Hay Fever or any throat or lung the amendment to tho Interstate comtronble. 60c., II. Trial bottlo free. merce act, the postal savings bank bill the anti injunction propositions and tho Guaranteed by Peony Drug Store. statehood bill will go through. Philadelphli is in the throes of a Why not a Legislative committeo to street-ca- r strike, which hi complete- investigate the lobbyists nt Frankfort? ly tied up traffic and stagnated busi- It is not necessary to givo all the spare ness. Rioting broko out In three dif- moments to Senator J. J. Watkins for ferent sections of tho city and several hinting about them. The people of the persons wore hurt by flying sticks and Stato know Senator Watkins pretty atones. Fears of violonce following well, and believe him full of enthusitho declaration of a general strike at 1 asm for tho temperanco cause, with o'clock Saturday afternoon led to the honest purposes and good motives. extra police precautions. Lancaster Record. The Federal grand jury at Covington IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. returned Indictments against 12 men of Milton T. Smith, a Iloylo county far Dry Ridge for alleged conspiracy in restraint of trade. One of tho men in- mer, is dead of paralysis. Mrs T, C. Coleman, a well known dicted is John S. Steers, a member of the Stato Legislature. Tho indictment woman of Mercer county, is dead, nged charge that the defendants conspired 75. Charles W. Sweeney, aged 75, is to prevent W. T. Osborne from shipping four hogsheads of tobacco to Cin- dead In tho Phil section of Casey The Best Hour of Life. time j, Some Nice Things Papers are Saying Over the State of the Sale 1 the I. J. Cbe Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. ss -- " Shelton M Saufley has purchased the Stanford Interior Journal and will assume the management as soon as the Legislature adjourns. Mr. Saufley is one of the most capable newspaper men in tho State-ana genial gentleman. The Interior Journal falls into good hands. Mr. Saufley has been in the meat packers that competition fix r ranK-fo- rt Capital, Surplus, Resources, $50,000.00 43,000.00 340,000.00 asst. cash ed tho price at which meats were sold. Charles Athorton, known as the top boss at tho SU Paul coal mino at Cherry, 111 , was shot and probably fatally wounded by a discharged employe. The shooting occurred whilo the bodies of entombed miners were being recov- a number of years and is well w.:m. bright, cashier, equipped for his editorial duties by his S: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT! j- - w- knowledge of State affairs and wide ac- J. B. PAXTON, rochester. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER quaintance. Paducah Sun. Mr. S. M. Saufley. of the Frankfort News, has purchased of Mr. E. C. Walton tho Interior Journal at Stanford. This paper was formerly edited by Mr. W. P. Walton, lately of the Lexington Gazette, and has been in tho Walton family for years. Mr. Saufley has had considerable experience in the newspaper business and is a bright, young man. hustling nnd Wo wish him unlimited success in his new venture. Lawrenceburg News. HVYS FOSTER, CLERK. DIREOTORSi V. O. ered. All hope that the missing United States navy tug Nina, which left Nor folk Feb. 6, bound for Roston, with 32 persons aboard, is still afloat, has been abandoned by the Navy Department, and the warships which for flvo days havo searched for the Nina were ordered to discontinue. Robert Barr, Jr., a farmer, was indicted by tho Nicholas county grand jury, charging him with being implicated in tho murder of Hiram Hedges, which occurred during anight rider raid about two years ago Barr, it is'sald, stated that ho could provo an(ahbi. Continuing his cross examination of Louis R. Glavis at tho resumption of inquiry, counsel the Ballinger-Pincho- t foe Secretary (tallinger drewfrom tho witness tho fact that up to tho time Mr liallinger went out of office as Land Commissioner in March, 21908, there had beenno ovidenco of fraud in the Alaska coal cases presented to tho John Walker, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter.Stanford B. Foster, Stanford; W. H. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Ran- kin, Lancaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; W. H. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubblo, Lancaster; W. H. Cummins, Preachersville; Lilburn Gooch, Gilberts Creek. cinnati. county. Mrs. Geo. W. Railey, formerly of Votes for women, coats for women, East Dcrnstadt, died in Louisvillo of Hats'for women, too; pneumonia. Clothes for women, beaux for women James A. Hamm, aged 21, is dead of Any kind will do. consumption in tho Level Green section Hips for women, trips for women, of Rockcastle. Timely winter jaunts. Col. E. H. Gaithor was slightly cut on tho shoulder by Charles Robinson In fia inhuman to rob woman Of a thing sho wants. a personal encounter at Harrodsburg, Dr, H. L. Cartwright, a Struck A Rich Mine. physician of liurksville, is dead. Ho S. W. Deods, of Coal City, Ala., formerly practiced medicine in Ooylo nays ho struck a perfect rulno of hoalth county. lo Dr. King's New Llfo I'HU for thoy II. E. Kidd has been appointed postcured him of LUor and Kidney troublo master at Kidds Crossing, Wayne counafter 12 yeara of suffering. Thoy aro ty, and Henry C. Uardin at Chance, tho best pills on earth for ConstipaAdair county. tion, Molarla, Headache. Dyspepsia, The barbershop of Gus Myers, near 25o at Penny 'a Drug Store. the Danville depot, was entered and Debility " and Isn't It time to retire tho expression 40 razors, seven bottles of hair oil bold in favor of 10 razor strops were taken. Tho "as high as a cat's back" In largo letters upon tho "aa high as hog meat," especially In thief wrote view of the fact that cats aro said to mirror, "Thanks, Gus." n W. O. Dunlap, a popular and be served as rabbits in the cheap French young man, died suddenly of restauranUT Courier-Journa- l. heart troublo in his front yard at LanDifficulty Is being experienced by caster Thursday morning. He was a Japanese banka In finding employment step-so- n of Dr. D. F. Walter and a of James I. Hamilton. for their deposits. The First Bank is brother-in-lasaid to have 8,600,000 yen ($1,300,000) Jack McKirHrey shot and killed his George Harper, In tho lying idle und the Mltaul Hank 7,200,-00- 0 brother-in-law- , yen ($3,000,000 ) eastern part of Pulaski. Harper was, so reports say, abusing McKinney's If after breathing Elyomei, tho great father, when Jack McKinney appeared you are not rid of vilo caantiseptic, on the scene, drew a revolver and shot tarrh, G. L. Penny will roturn your Harper dead. A grudgo had existed Complete outfit $1, Extra money. between tho men for a long time. bottles 50c. Tho fact can no longor be concealed, are you going to give up for or Ignored, that there is an epidemic of "What smallpox In Laurol county. Starting LentT" "The samo things I gave up at New wlin a lew isoiaieu cases, wunoui me well-know- n woll-know- department. John G. Paxton, in a sensational an swer filed in tho circuit court at IndeMo., accuses , Dr. B. C. pendence, Hyde of bad faith In trying) to;secure evidence in his (Paxton's) possession "tending to prove that the plaintiff has murdered, by the administration ofjpol- son, 1 nomas it. awopo anuuiiriaman Swopo; has also attempted to3polson Margaret Swope, and by tho samo kind of treatment had communicated to tho members of tho Swope family typhoid fever." use of precaution against its spreading, Year'." there are now numbers of cases at Th O. & C. operators have been fflv. Sac Uernstadt. viva and Pittsburg. ea an advance of 10 par csat. in their vleiaity of London and other parts of salaries. the county. London Democrat. Llfo on Panama Canal Has had ono frightful drawback-mal- a ria troublo that has brought suffering Tho germs and death to thousands cause chills, fever and ague, btlllous- nes, laundlou, lassitude, weakness und general debility. Hut Klectrla Hitters noor full to destroy them acd cure miliaria troubles. "Three bot- tlos completely cured me of u very severe attack of nuluria," writes Win. A. FreUell, of Luoama, N. C, "and I've had good health ever since." Cures Stomach, Liver and Kidney troubles and prevent typhoid, 50c. Qutranteed by Penny's Drag Stert. After making tho Interior Journal one of the best local papers in Central Kentuckv for vears. E. C. Walton STANFORD, KENTUCKY sells the plant to Shelton M. Saufley, who will take charge after the adjourn-meof the Legislature. ORGANIZED IN 1882. While wo feel confident that Mr. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. Sauflev will Drove a worthy successor SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. to so popular and successful a newspaHAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 yet Mr. Walton's retirement per man, will bo regretted by the people of GarCombinesrAbjoluteSafety-- with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety rard county, where he has many friends who havo read his paper for years with Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. much satisfaction. Hero's greeting to you, Mr. Saufley; we welcome you as our neighbor. OFFICERS. DIRECTORS. Lancaster Record. F. lteid, . H. Baughman, S. Hockcr, President;, Shelton M. Saufley, managing editor M. D. Elmore, J. M Pettui. S. T. Harris. of tho Frankfort Daily News, has pur H. C, Daughman, . K. Cummins, John . McRoberts, Cashier; chased the Stanford Interior Jour S, T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, H. C. Baughman, At. Cash'r E. C. Walton, nal of E. C. Walton. After n varied j. S. Hocker, newspaper experience in Lexington and W.W.Saunders, Bookkeeper. C. E. Tats. Frankfort, Mr. Saufley returns to his homo lown and buys the excellent paper in whoso office he started as tho He has impressed us as a devil. young man of marked journalistic ability and we believe he will make a pronounced success of his ownership of the TO THE Interior Journal. Mr. Walton, whom a he succeeds, has made it at all times s paper, and Mr. Saufley'a task will, therefore, not be difficult. nt FIRST NATIONAL BANK, WINTER TOURIST TICKETS high-clas- SOUTH and SOUTHEAST ON SALE DAILY Owensboro Messenger. Staggors Skeptlos. a clean, nice, pound llko Bucklen's Arnica Salve will Instantly relieve a bad burn, cut, scald, wound or piles, staggers skeptics. Dut great cure prove Us a wonderful healer of the worst lores, ulcers, bolls, felons, eczema, sklo eruptions, as also chapped hands, sprains and oorns. Try it. 36ot Peony' Drug Store. that fragrant com- QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31st, 1910 U. C KINO. For Fall PirllcaLiri, ctll on, or write P. 4 T. A- - 101 E. Mi St.. leii.S(oa. k. lm.Jj..j tt,""'3j; '"' "SSCffr.. i&vnWyGWtuvt- - .' "W7-!- m The Interior Journal. SHELTON M. 8AUFLEY, OWH KB. HON. HARVEY HELM, nmlnHonforOoniTM from the .lnlh district, subject to tbe action of the democratic parly. THE EDITOR'S FRANKFORT TER. LET- of tho General Assembly have certainly "played ball" with tho County Unit bill since last report. While the friends of the bill really accomplished little, they had the opposition on the nnxlous seat at several stages of the game Had it not. been that two Senator- s- H. M. Arnett, of Jessamine county, and X. M. Salmon, of Hopkins left tho chamber nt a crucial point, and did not vote, tho County Unit bill would have been rescued irom us burying ground In the Religion and Morals 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 tho right bv the constitution, to call tho bill out of Committee. Cox said that tho committee had delayed too long on tho County Unit bill, so ordered it out. Senator Combs, of Lexington, appealed from his ruling and by a vote of 18 to 1G tl a the Snato refused to sustain Cox, and the opportunity was lost. Had Arnett and Salmoruemained in the chamber and voted to sustain the chair, as they said afterward they would ..have done, the tie voto would have sustained it, and the County Unit bill would probably have been passed in the Senate by now. Its friends are much more encouraged since they have found a loophole, however, and say that before the session is ended they will be able to get county-con-venicntly Frankfort, Frn. 21 Doth Houses surer way than through the fact that whoever the republican nominee lor governor to succeed Willson is, it's a shot that ho will not make his fight before the people upon an en dorsement of the Willson policies. Judgo E. C. O'Rear, who is chiefly mentioned in connection with tho nomination, has taken the opposite sido from Gov. Willson on almost evory pub lic question which has arisen during the present administration. Tho Willson regime had hardly begun before O Rear opposed openly the Governor's program to curb tho night riders; and they have not been in sympathy since. Lieutenant Governor Cox, another possible candidate, has almost openly disapproved of many of tho Willson policies and in dicated in private conversations what entirely different views he hold on cor tain public questions. Commissioner of Agriculture Merrell C. Rankin, who is almost certain to be a candidate for Governor, had n hard tlmo restraining the impulse to make open rebuke to tho e Governor, when he issued his famous pronunciamento offering pardon before trial to nnyono who might kill a night rider. RANKIN IS STRONG. And, in passing, it is not untimely to say that in Commissioner Rankin is going to bo found a candidate whom, the other seekers after the republican gubernatorial nomination, are going to find GIVE TOE VOTERS A CHANCE. ONB of thelmost astute politicians In Kentucky U Judge E. C. O'Rear, of the I will apply for a parol at the mtt-Inc- . of the Hoard of Prison eommls.lnra, Court of Appeals, as he Is one of the JAMRHIIUUKRIU most capablo of judges. For some tlmo gubernatorial bee has been bunlng tho In his bonnet, but when he saw the State go so overwhelmingly democratic Now Liverv at the November election last, he decided that a republican would stand but Dopot Street, little showjfor election If ho ran for Phono 00. governor aud so quietly gavo it out that ho would not bo a candidate. But a STANFORD. KENTUCKY. chango has como over the spirit of his dreams, and it is now said ho Is anxious F JX to niako the race if tho nomination will 11 be given him without a scramble. Tho Furniture nml Undertaking. reason is apparent. Ho has seen the democrats, as Gen. Grant used to say, Day Phono 2S. make fools of themselves always at tho Night Phono 13!,. to kill their prospects. right time Judgo O'Rear is a pronounced prohibitionist, as well as a strong republican. Stanford, HontticKy. He has seen a few men stiflo the hope of tho masses for a chance to voto whisky entirely out, and believing that they will resent the efforts of these men In behalf of the liquor interests by In and Manufacturer of. wreaking vengcanco on tho party resMnrblo and Crnnito Montr ponsible for it, thinks that n republican monts, with his prohibition record has n splenOniftery nml did chance to win again for governor. Marker and l'oits, Utiles uud work.,Ijiwn Va.iHiand Hrttooi. Ky. Wo hope he is mistaken, but if ho is not it will not bo because tho leaders in the Senate have not dono everything in ! their power to make such a result pos- NOTICE! B. Good Every Day. D. CARTER, Here are some things you need every day in the year, wet or dry, hot or ICO m, onmn nrA " uo flll oamc nrn!ijKln oiyico wcigutO) TR BBLE ana colors. nt i'. "V-H- 1 i4-r1s- o 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. Harry Jacobs, r Suspenders, The same every day in the year, the "HARRIS" is the best. 25c to $2 pair. NEW MUSIC a strong contender. Judge O'Rear's speeches for 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 tho limelight, and ho seems to havo both these elements heartily for him. However, Rankin has proven himself repeatedly just i strong a friend of temperance as O Rear, and his work as Commissioner of Agrigulture has brought him into much closer touch with the tobacco growers, and deeper into the very heart of their organization than O'Rear has ever got it out. ten. Rankin was one of the charter JACK CHINN EXPLAINS IT. members of tho Burley Tobacco SocieWhile tho Senators were buffeting and over his badly battered bill, its friends ty and has proven over about the friendship for them. Some of tho reorwere trying to gpt it up as special publican leaders are not inclined to look der for a vote in the House, but again seriously upon him in connection with futile, through failure their effort was majority vote. Col the matter, but the oldfashioned farmto poll a from Henry county is going to fool Jack Chinn. of Mercer, told a few er attempt, them all when the timo comes for a truths about the matter on this declaring that the friends of the County show of strength for that nomination, seems likely to prove Unit bill had only their own leaders to which, after all, He re- a very empty bauble, to him who gains blame for 'ts condition now. called how Collins and Young, the erst it. two-thir- sible. It is not too late yet for them to read We linve placed In stock n line linn of vothe handwriting on tho wall. The peo- cal and Instrumental luu.ls. nil .old nt ttc orler any spevtnl piece l. ple want to be given a chance to pass percopy. Will nt ror alo they will upon the liquor question and not be satisfied until they do. Let the (EL Legislators who aro working for the Drug mora. saloons get wise and give tho people a chance, or they will go down in deservKentucky. ed oblivion with adjournment of tho Stanford, Shugars' Tanner's DRESS SHIRTS, The "FOUNTAIN" is the standard, neat black and white effects, fancy or plain white, are the popular colors, with soft or plaited bosom as you like. I General The endless letter chain scheme has been adopted by a Newport man to ob tain a pardon for Henry Youtsey, who is serving a life term in prison for tho 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 lot sentiment get the better of their judgment. Youtsey admitted that he took part in the murder of Gov. Goebel and there is no reason why he should not be made to suffer tho consequences. The Great Texas Panhandle. Hleh land I. the Iki.I. of all Health. The safes HiMttiuont and the .urett money maker, I. rich farming land. Ood I. .till day." lie I. not rvstlngon the "m-iumaking any more land. The TVxaa Panhandle 1. the la.t of the rich, leval land for .ettlement Intbl. country. Fortune, will bo made on tbeadtance lu price on llio.e land, in the next few year.. Home neeker. will go no further when they ee It, Hwltb-e- r county I. the garden spot and "nrlda of the plain.." The be.t watered and the richest land, no clearing or grubbing, no flood, or cyclone.. High altitude, delightful climate. A proten wheat country. Klr.t tho tirlienunrded our wheat and oat. at .NNational Corn Kxposltlon at Omaha, ebraska. For free Illustrated booklet, address JAMKH KIlYK.Hrt.TOLIACoxMKK. ClALCLT-n- NECKTIES. If you Did not See our necktie Window TuItn.H wither Uounty Tvxaa. at Louisville, had sent out telegrams just before the while 1907 anti-saloo- n leaders If tr i it State election, advising the minis ters of the State to instruct their congregations 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 accepted, and the republican State ticket and many prohibition republican rep resentatives 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 that this betrayal n League leaders had by tho 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 every temperance measure that arose. He said that to cap the climax, the leaders "flred" Rev. M. B. Adams as president of their league because he had denounced this betrayal. Col. Chinn was out for scalps with "blood in his eye" and he made tho 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 Baloon league leaders are now asking. This double-dealin- g of the anti Baloon league leaders is exactly what is the trouble now in the Legislature, Rev, M. B. Adams admitted to tho I J. man, when Col. Chinn had concluded hlj remarks. Anti-Salooloon ANOTHER MESSAGE FROM WILLSON. Governor Willsqn sent in another message to tho Legislature Friday, in which he urged the Usual of a half a million dollars in bonds and interest-bearin- g warrants to pay off the State's indebtedness. The Governor thinks that action is needed to this double-barrput tho State's credit on a firm footing again. He would have the bond is sue applied to payment of the sums due State institutions, while tho interest-bearin- g warrants can be used for liquidating other debts that the bond issue won't 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 tho members of his own republican administration, too, what hedon't know about practical statecraft would fill several volumes. The Governor moans well; very well; but the practical men of the The Senate has voted to abolish the State revenue agents and now if the A TERROR TO House will follow suit many sins of Over at Covington the poolroom ope- omission and commission chargeable rators, gamblers and other against the General Assembly may be have just been given a few thrills, forgiven. That these cormorants shall the like of which they have not expe- not be longer legalized to prey upon rienced in many years. A new Com- the people and the Stato is a consummonwealth's Attorney has been induc- mation devoutly to be wished. ted into offico in the person of R. G. A New York bishop admoauhes his Williams, an old Rockcastle boy, and known and loved in Lincoln as well members to deny themselves the read Mr. Williams hardly took his oath of ing of newspapers during Lent. This office, beforo he set out to fulfill it and is asking too nvich sacrifice. In these he has made things hum for the evil- days of newspaper necessity few there doers ever since. He was in Frank- will bo who will obey the suggestion. fort the other day with his brother. That good paper, Tho Somerset Attorney C. C. Williams, of Mt. Ver Times, has just passed the fourth milenon, and was warmly congratulated for stone in the journey of life. May it the good work he is doing. live forever and its clever editor .never out "1 intend to put the die. of business," Mr. Williams said to the I J. "The law is against them and I While thawing out ten cases of dynaam going to uphold it. There Is no mite at Cedar Grove, two miles south worse curse in tho country to the young of Somerset, the wholo cargo explodand they have ed, blowing to pieces Allita Falanti and man than the got to go." J. Dorifiasa, two Italian employes. The Attorney John W. Brown, who has explosion shook the buildings in Somthe honor of representing the L. erset with such force as to awake the & N. railroad in Rockcastle, was here residents and cause much alarm, the the same day, and given a hearty greet- people there believing it to be an earth, ing by his many friends. Tho three quake. Rockcastle visitors inspected the new "Gov. Judson Harmon, of Ohio, will capitol and watched tho Legislature at be tho next democratic nominee for S. M. S. work. president, and Gov. Marshall, of Indiana, will probably occupy the second Both the Vice and Watkins County place on the ticket," is the forecast of Unit measures wore practically killed Col. John W. Tomlinson, of Birmingin tho Kentucky Senate Thursday. The ham, Ala., who is a member of tho Vice bill was reported by the Commit- Democratic National Committee. tee on Religion and Morals without exCal Perry, city marshal of Blanch-arpression. The Watkins bill brought Okla., was shot and seriously out a spirited debate, which resulted in wounded in a battle with seven robaa appeal from President Cox's ruling. bers, who had blown up the vault of Tho appeal was sustained. When elec- the First Virginia Bank. The robbers tion time comes again some of those re- escaped on hand cars. sponsible for the killing of these imattorney of John Woods, portant measures will have to do a lot Boyd county, will make tho race for of explaining or their opponents will be the democratic nomination for attorney elected. The temperanco folks aro general. monstrous tired of such underhand Mrs. Louisa Atkinson, aged 82, is methods to thwart the will of the peo dead at Richmond after a Bhort illness. ple. Neil Burgess, the actor, is dead in pool-roopool-roomd, EXECUTOR'S SALE OF court-hou.- UND. last Week it was Your Misfortune, But it is not too late, come inside and see them. Aa Kxecutorof fnuoOurtU,ded. I will aetl at publla outcry to the highest bidder e door in Htanford, before the Ky., nt alioutxovloek on MONDAY. M AUOl! H. 1110, rountT court dnv. hi. late home on the Danville pike, l'roperty la about three mile from Htanford and I toundftl by the landaof Mr. Mattle White, J. II. Hilton and the DnnrUl pike, t.lee oppo.lte the farm of T. A. IClceand contain, by the deed acres, I rood and It oln or laud. Ha on Itacottase. barn and necr.aary oulktilld- Ingaiindflne prlng. Nice home eouan-lentl- y locaU-and fertile laud. Hnle will be tuuae on creon 01 o uioniun, wnu iiurmi m I'nrchater will pr cent, from day of aale. with approved be required to execute note pertonal .ecurtty and n lleo will be retained on the land. lurc.a.er .bull have the privilege of pitying eaah. l'i..e..lon will he given uron compliance with term, of aale. y. M. JtcllOHUIlTH, li'i. Meiuo.C'mttU. H. J. McROBERTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. G. L. I'eunjr K. II. Coflej - K. K. Coleman Br. Hess' Poultry Panacea Will make iiciih lay, euro thorn oi diecaee nml keep them in good thrifty comlitioa. The incroaso in the number of e'ga laid, will more, thrtu ttay for tho small expeumi of feeding. It is fold at PeiiDr'a Drug Store. Sheriffs Sale ! Ily vlrtuoof Execution No, BIS, directed tome, which la.ued from the clerk'. oOlce of the Lincoln circuit court In favor of I'ar-U- r DryOood.Oo.agaln.t J. K. Caraon. I, oroneofmy deputle. will on Monday the lithday of March, 1V1U, txitween tbe hour, of 1 o'clock v. M. and o'clock r. M., nt tbe court bou.e door In Htanford. Lincoln county. Ky., expoie to puhllo aale to the blgbcat bidder the following properly (or o much a. mav be necessary to x.itl.fy tbe amount of the plaintiff' debt, tnleretl and to wit: Fourteen acre, of land In coat), I S Jfp? lAli JjQ p?S MM fHrt thrnf Lincoln county. Ky..altuatcd niar the Htm-for- d and Hiutonvllle pike and bounded bv the l.ind. of KerettCuraon, H. J. Dayton and J. H. Murphy. Till, execution l ior izjo.to. wun uuere.t from July 8, 1UI7. and thecoat otthla uctlon levied upon aa the property of J. K. Oarwn, Tkiiwi4maIm will Im, made on a credit of ax month; bond with approved securityo required, bearing imerc.iat in. rain 01 per cent, per annum from day of aale. and having the force mid effect of a replevin boad. Thla vth day of February, 1910. W.IfcMcOAUrY.HherlfT Lincoln Oo. kM PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stamford, Kentucky. Sheriffs Sale I Ily vtrtuo of ltxecutlon No. SI7, directed tn inn. which I.hiih.1 from the clerke ofllce ofthii .inrnlii (Hrcutt Oourt lu favor of to Curter Dr. K, W. hllberberg.nsalgned Goods Co., against J, K.Unrson.I, or one of my ilepjtlea will on Monuay, tne mn uuy of March, 1U1U, between thuhonrsof 1 p.m. and 1 1. m at thocourt house door In Htan iu puii-Iiford,. uouniyoi Lincoln ivy., exi. following tn 1(1.1 hlutie.t bidder, tho property (or ao much thereof us may be neteasnry to satisfy tho amount of the l'lalntlfl'a debt, Interest, and cost), to wit: 11 acres of land situated In Lincoln county, Ky., near the Htanforduud Huttonvlllo pike and bounded by the landaof KverettOarson, n. J. Duyionanu j.n. jiurjiuy. iuiiuitu' linn in fiir tfl with Interest of 6 our cent from July ilrd Its'; and tbe cost of this action levied upon as the property of J. K. Caraon. THI((H!Hnl will be made on a credit of alx months, bond wltb approved tecurlty required, bearing Interest nt tbe rata of per cent per annum irom ubt oi having the force and effect of n Iteplevln oonu. tnia win uay oi reoruury iviv. W. L.MCOAHTY, Hherlff Lincoln Oo. i- American Wire Fence. I i iJassflississHBsHssslsssssl iJflsssssssssssTssssssHsslssisssHasssHsssDsl I Statistics show that the women of the North and East smoke a half million dollars' worth of cigarettes in a year. It is more than probable of that the female lips that touch the My farm of IT acres anagood land, uell lin- fuoU. W tor aulu WON'T ENDORSE HIM. little coffin nails are not fit to kits to frorxd.wull wutrJ town mtlua from htanfurd In which his fellow repub start with. After the habit Is on, kiss ttm Haywood auction, lloutu haaslxrooma. The valuation New barn und otuar necessary outbuilding, lican leaders place upon' his policies of ing the cat wouW be a pleasurable' A bartfuln If lold at one. UVINQHTON. k J. T. administration can be gsuged la bo pastime to touching your lips to theirs." h. r. v, no. I, Hiaiiford, Ky administration generally won't accept the gubernatorial dictum at tho same value as they do the personal equation of tho good old soul. Gov. Willson is much worried over tho financial straits that tho republican administration find itself in after two years of Bervice, and ho is going to essay every avenue of eccapo from tho consequences which presents itself. Reports from Washington say that the republican leaders, from tho President down, fully roalize tho serious u conditions which confront tho party in For bouse, carriage and sign pointing uupnr banging ulao buggy trimming tho faco of the approaching Congress- of all kinds audi m top recomroU curtnlon ional campaign and are resprting to mid boots mado Htopover AliIrldKo'a black rnltU nbop Wett Main Ht., Hluniord Ky., every possible means to Btay the unfa- 'l'iiom)No.. J J.IIKLDKK. vorable tide. Tho AUds scandal and factional feuds In New York, the printof ing fraud charges In Ohio and the effects of the ugly Uallinger investigation is greatly adding to the embarrassments of an already serious I ilealra to ill prlratuly my (lock of Hardware. IIoIiik it uontl biul- situation. ias. Will invoice about lijou. lloaaou New York. ii, ii J. J. BELDEN, deco-ruttv- Dinwiddie 855BSB3BB.S MsWg5MiiMiMHw Stock Merchandise for Sale. & Co., GEORGE Stanford. RURAL TELEPHONES. e' H. FARRIS, llllioaltli. GKO. II. UOPPKIOitiinfordCKy. Hustonville, Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We carline ry an up-to-d- ate FARM FOR SALE! of goods. Mukoyour noiuous modern for your lumily as a. cilv MR. FARMER; residence, uud place yourself in u position to get tho Intoot market quot ut uny time. This can bo accomplished by means of our telophono eorvico, which you und your neighbore can get for n sum that U small compared with tho benefits received. Call or uddress our nearest ollico or writo direct to headquartor, Nashvillo, Teun., for information regarding our speciul "Far-merLine" rate. If you are not nt present enjoying telephone service, we can immediately interest you. Our ltfiou cover the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and tho Southern portion of Indiana and EAST TEtfNESgER TEL. & TEL;CO. IUIbow. (WMBroftlTM) v I r t -- - v- - v - b. Come and See. i WE See Wanted. Two boarders. P. Hunn, Stanford. T :? i U' irfixatUAn 3 V. O. Martin have just received our first installment of new .Spring suits, Skirls and capes. Tlieso nro this Beacons newest creation nnd nro positively right in stylo and price. Wo have novelty suits 815 and up. Military enpes $5 nnd up. New Spring Skirts in tlio plaited styles. Blouse Coat. The Sui With The New Russian i SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. JTANrow), LOCALS. & SON, Mrs. 2t. A. STANEORD KY. MATTERS. L. K, Hughes T. W. Humble CHURCII Kv., - Sale. Bay harness gelding nnd runabout. Apply to K. C. Walton. Foil Fkh. 22, 1910 I Itonuins lino PL..III llNF.Eni.KH, t. ttfauuiuc iur ill sewinir mnchlnos at I'cnny'a uniR Ilia discount on winter Lap Robes nnd Horso Blankets. J. C McClary. Store. Wanted Some country mat sides, shoulders, Jowls, etc., Country Store. at hams, tho Try somo pure Cannel coal. The coal LoUELla White has been quite that lasts Denham's Coal Yards, Stanford and Rowland. Mr. Bud Holdemmn has been quite II. II. Singleton sold to Fred Gooch sick. Mb. W. P. KlNCAin made a business five shares of stock in tho Wayncsburg Deposit Bank at $110. trip to Paint Lick. . JutxJB J. N. Menekee went to I for salo as agent, several Mis sick. PERSONALS. Frankfort yesterday. Mrs. II. G. Cummins, of tho section, (a 111. have Preach-crsvlll- e shares of stock tional Bank. in the Hustonvillo E. C. Walton. Na- Hens, 12Jc; guineas, 12.10 per doz ; scrap Iron 25c to 35c; rubber 5c to 7c. 11 Walter Jones, wife and baby aro II. B. Northcott, Stanford, Ky. It. ii J .. Lhcro irom Bionera, vn. i. For Sale. Lot of locust posts. Miss ALUE VANTIS, of Lancaster, Is Kirk Boone, an experienced sign Will cut to order. J. M. Ware, StanPARKER'S will bo in Stanford tho guest of Miss Bessie Yantis. ford, R. F. I). No. 1. Telephone No. writer of Somerset, HAIR BALSAM Mrs. Jknnir WOUTHAM tell ana pain in a few days In search of work. Save sum CImbw tMtfUfltf U tub, "rvmotca laturUbi (mnrtK your order for him. fully hurt herself a few days ago. Fallt to Sector Oray lUlr to It Youthful Color. Mas. W. II. Shanks spent several Care) bftJr tftUiuf. AN effort is being made to organize lp diarsuml IMirjritU ffsn, rnl Hi) Tills is Washington's birthday and HKaMKNhBtjU. .days with her parents In Madlton. another bank at Liberty but tho propoand postoffico aro observing Mr. W. W. Hays, who has been ill sition is meeting with considerable op- the banks it, as they have a right to. Us poor position. vith pneumonia, Is able to be out. I folks are putting in the usual hours at Mr. A. M. Warren, of Louisville, Knights of Pythias work. I oiler my terrlce to the people of LinAttention, sVent Sunday with the horocfolka here. coln county an nti niictlonrvr. Hiillsfartlon Something doing; all bo present at 7:30 r. II. W. McWHOllTKU, Miss Maooie Stacg visited ncr Saturday's Louisville Times contain- gunranttfU. lloreluml, Ky, IL K. D. No. 1 PenMrs. Will UifTe. in tho West End. shsrp. Thursday, Feb. 21. T. W. Waddy, ed a picturo of tho collision at Itvtldrncr. Turne mrlllr. Doorkeeper J. T. Emrry spent nington, C. C. Shelby county, In which Engineer Zan Monday with his fam from Friday until Those indebted to the estate of Dr, Dudderar, formerly of this place, lost Y lUBHbbu run ntni i ily here. L. B Cook must settle at once or I will his life. I yrur 1 drilrv torent nut lor theprrwnt W. B. Bullock, nlht man at bo compelled to collect tho accounts by Mm I imnll farm of IS ncru GroT, We havo farms in Hardin county in t'atey lobneco (IikhI iIwcIIIuk neit bum. county. anil tho depot, is quite sick at his home In law. Mrs. L. B. Cook, admx. L. B. Write or iipplr to 11. . II. Ir'wivy, Wnynci-burtracts to 900 acres, and prices Lebanon. Ky.. H. t I). No. i. Cook. from $300 to $11,000 These lands pro Mrs. Mattie Kiiuiv has returned Those indebted to the firm of Trib-bl- e duce fino Burley tobacco. Stanford from Danville, where she has been for FOR SALE I & Pence aro requested to settle Real Estate Co. some time. Gorr Hotel. ntOmli Orchard,)itnlin itore-rooMr anii Mrs. Deer, of I Iur rods- - their accounts at onco. Tho firm has Mr. J C. EUDANK8 has bought Mr otllce adJuM ncroii itrret, ft i,tlPr nr - with their daughter. Mrs M dissolved and their affairs must bo W. R, Denham's Interest In the Bruce joining nnd a cottage with offlcu of three or if room,. All necemary oulhulldlnRf. straightened up. W. A Tribbls. Sweeney. livery stablo on Depot street and will MIW.aiTltTlHOUVKIt, Crab Orchard, Ky. Mrs. Eliza A. Ulain, who has been The Mt. Vernon Signal is opposed to erect a largo tobacco warehouse someIn Danville for some time, returned cows grazing on tho streets of its thriv thing Stanford has needed for Borne Notice To Claimants I home Sunday. ing little city. Does Editor Albright time on tho site. John Green, of Dayton, 0 , is here desiro to deprive dumb brutes of nil Tboae having claim agnlnut the mtate of We hopo the grand jury will devote the late J. w unimcuin win prrieni mem to seo his brother, Ed Green, who has the pleasures of country town life? some of its timo and energy in looking riroperly verified to in ut one. typhoid fever. will pleatv nettle Immediately, y.ll.WAHI, Beazley A reliable man to tako into the illegal salo of whisky In Stan Wanted. , Misses Alice and Eloise McKlnnry, Ky. left last week for Orlando, Fla., to join charge of an oil station at Morcland, ford. There aro Negroes hero who aro Ky , and act as agent for Standard Oil getting rich selling boozo and it is high Mr. James H Bcazley. TO THE FARMERS. Mrs. It. C. Uocker and daughters Co. Must come well recommended. timo they were called to account for are with her parents, who arc apendinj, Apply to W. T. Richardson, Junction so doing. lwlllrontlnue to handle Kertllliera Inthe City. Ky. K. winiar at Dawson. Ga. JuiiiIk) nnd MoKlnney necttoni b farm three miles from Stan old patron to rememler me. 1 nnd inkk my m also the Hon. Geo. E. Stone, of Danville, Pence Bros, havo sold 25 manure ford on good pike and in splendid com- patronage of many new ctiktomrr. D.O.rUi'i'I.K, and It. II. Tomlinson, of Lancaster, at- spreaders in the past few weeks. It munity. In high state of cultivation; Ixindon, Ky. tended court here yeaterday. took two cars to bring them to Stan- has a two story frame dwelling, new Miss Sara Bauohman is at home ford. They aro of tho 20th Century barn and all necessary outbuildings. and Ornamental Trees ! from Hindman at tho bodaido of her make and aro manufactured by the In- Pisco well watered and fenced. Will Fruit sisters Miea Peachie BauRhman. ternational Harvester Co. sell at right figure. Stanford Real Es Krer) thing forOrrhnrd, Irtwnand Uurden. MKSsfc. C. M.' AND M. It. ADAMS, tate Co. Ono Ullllon Htrnwberry plant,. Sh'elby City and Junction City, resseven miles from farm about of Free Catalogue. No Agent. on busi- Stanford. Land all cleared and in good pectively, were hero Saturday The drys will contest tho whisky cottage, election held In Nicholasville last week, stato of cultivation; ness. H. F. Hillcnmcyer & Sons, Capt. B. F. Powell Is back from barn, doublo crib, etc. Right on pike, when that town went, wet 30. AttorKHMIIOKY. I.KXinilTON, Ind. We are sorry to close to good school houso nnd church neys Robert Harding and E. V. Pur- Martinsville, Well watered year, of Danville, represent the tem know that hla rheumatism was not and In good community. and fenced. Price J2.0C0. Stanford perance forces. Illegal voting, Intergreatly benefited. Miss Elizabeth Hunn celebrated Real Estato Co. ference by police officers nnd numerous birthday Thursday hr isth most enjoyable party night by Judge James P. Bailey tells us that other charges are preferred. J. L. Kijcim, Pror., to many (jiving a at his father's salo many years ago, 150 Ciiicuit Court convened yesterday DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. of her little friends. Mr. W. B. Elkin, of Louisville, was hogs, good nnd fnt, sold at lie Mr. but nothing worthy of mention was Blaln bought them and took them dono. The grand jury was not made hare Sunday to see bis sister, Mrs, R M John room. Ooinnifrrlul Ho wept from hero to Rich- South and lost a big sum of money on up on account of so many of those Large, ulry outtld Hiwclnl rntr by Newland. traveler rk them. An advance of eight cents summoned to servo either being sick or month. a The proprietor I a former Lini where ho thinks of locating. mond, thould Saukley'8 condition la pound on hogs is ono of tho many themselves or having sickness in their coln county man and liU I rleiuUhi, town. hliu when (topping lu t Mr. Geo. II. i ncouraclng. He has passed tho crisis stramto things Judge Bailey has seen, families. It Is likely that tho court will get down to business and unlesa unlooked for complications A.. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, Ada, tho protty and bright littlo arise, ho will soon bo out of danger. daughter of Mr. and Mrs, S. S. Elmore, It Is a fine of $25 for a person, malo Miss Fannie Bright, of Bloomingdied at her homo at Rowland of typhoid or female, under 21 years to enter a i Burgln, Kentuchy. tod, III., and Miss Margueretto Bright, fever and pneumonia Sunday. She was saloon at Somerset. Tho law la rigidly 'of Stanford, aro tho gueata of Mr. John fivo years old that day. Mr. J. C. Mc enforced as it should be. By tho way I urn a graduate of Jone' National Hchool Bright, Jr., and family. -S- omerset Clary will conduct funeral services at wo wcro informed while in Pulaski's of Auctioneer, Chicago, and hate, bad lu thu big cattle ale at the Union Times. tho homo at 10 o clock this morn nc. capital tho other day that tho whisky Block Yard,, Chicago, where wo told ouie I,UU. AUo In Mr. Lewis Whitt, formerly of this after which tho remains will bo laid to venders aro not getting rich and that tboroughkrtd a hlith a, weremada each horamalea wnereNnOiale county, but now a resident of Daven- rest In Goshen cemetery, at least two of tho 13 saloons aro not day. Auctioneering la a aclencu and I have me Bio tudled It with thlaldeu. youror phone can port, Okla., Is hero for a fow days. paying expenses. Ono merchant who before you ale. 1 .Early Easter. Easter comes ex favored saloons and voted for the open- make aalea toarrange for ) our advantage. 1MION E Ho tells us that he la prospering In his csptionally early this year, in ' fact It new homo. ing of them on tho bolicf that his busiLancaster, will tako plare earlier than any year ness would bo increased by people who Miss Zada Zanone, of passed through yesterday to Louisville Blnco 1900. The first full moon after would come to town for booze, now March 22d will appear March 25, thereto take a courao In millinery. Miss aces the orror of hla way and Is sorry is one of Lancaster's very attrac- fore Easter, which is always tho first hcdld not voto "no." 10TO Sunday lifter this occurrence.will bo on tive young ladies. Hons. J. M. Alverson, assistant Mu. W. 0. Scott, Conductor C. II. March 27. Easter will not bo so early lleataurant LAiienator, Htreel, Oaraon'a Burna and wife, and It. L. Burns and again except in 1913, when it comes on clerk of tho Senate, and John Holland, Htauford, K, ono of tho most populur members of wife of Paris, came over to Mr. David March 23. tho Houso, gave a box party at the Meala aerid at all hour up to tho burial of their Scott's to attend I', m. Dist'ATCiiES to the dally papers from Lexington opera house Thursday eve Mr. Charlie Scott. mnnv narts of the State sav that ercat ning to seo Frltzi Scheff. The affair llett place lu town for a good iUlc The stork visited tho homo of Mr. meal. and Mrs. Stephen A. Wullcer on last damage has been done to trees, tele- - was In honor of Miss Sleadd and Miss Sunday morning and left little Georg phono and telegraph wires by tho re- Lyons, of Shelbyvlllo. Others of tho otta Farris Walker, tho sweetest bun- lent sleet. Evidently we caueht onlv party wero Miss Mary Belle Hobson, Cooking toiult ourcuitoiueraourapeclalty. dle of humanity that ever came to Hplemlld new line of fancy tail-en"" of tho blizzard as no dam- - Mr. Trimble McKeo, of Mt. Sterling, gladden any heart. Lancaster Record. tho (Iroccrlca. ago to speak of was dono to trees, and Mr. Mack Grimes, of Millersburg, Mrs. Elizabeth Higgins Is doing as well as could be expected. Miss Peach- tha breukinir down of telephone wires Judge William Dowling, of Lawrence-burHundwlchea, plea, lluttvr milk, Mr Georgo Peters, Mr. Alverson IlotCotlve, ie Uaughinun'a condition Is, satisfactory did not causo a great deal of trouble. nndiwet UJllk.eK., at all Hum. 1. MeAlis-te- r and Mr. Uolland. A delicious supper at to her phynlclans. Mrs. J. are not complaining and the Phoenix Hotel after the play and Ed Green However, wa continues to Improve. very III. Little Miss Mamlo will be thoroughly satisfied without a the party returned home In automo-blisW. A. CARSON, continues Frankfort Cor. Courier. Journal. repetition of tU wlatry blast. Straub 14 dowjf alctly. The need Mrs. Lizzie VCTV D. Hill, of K Rnmeract. is sick. The Gospel is preached In 30 differWANTED-So- mo nice, fresh butter at ent languages in tho United States. tho Country Stor- e- 30c per pound. Rev. D. M. Walker will preach at tho prayer meeting at the Christian church Piano for Sale. Fqunro variety. Wednesday night. Will sell cheap. Apply at this office Rev. Hugh Lovcll, of Lexington, has Pure Cnnnel block coal at Denham's accepted a call to tho Christian church yards at 18c per bushel delivered In at Pinchville, Shelby county. Rev. R. T. Carpenter, of Lexington, town. will preach at the Crab Orchard Chrisheating tian church next Sunday morning and For Sale. Second-hanstove. Bargain If sold at onco. This evening. office. Rev. L. B. Arvin, for thrco years pastor of tho Cumberland River BapGet Northcott's prices on all kinds of produce, scrap iron and rubber, Stan- tist church at Barbourville, has resigned tho charge nnd ncceptcd n cnll to the ford, Ky. Pinuville Baptist church. , Three suites of rooms in tho Odd Charles B. Chandler has been Bp Fellows' building for rent. Apply to pointed postmaster at Bird, Pulasli Ed Wilkinson. ... county. MY spring stock of buggy harness Is In. You can get choice now. Quality and Tobacco canvas, all grades, at price count. J. C. McClary. Hughes, Martfn & Co'g. d Novelties, Etc. Everything thats new, good anil desirable in belts, bags, hair ornaments, jewelry etc. Elastic bchs variously trimmed nnd combined with leather arc tho favorites. New bags in tho largo nnd medium sizee, with strapped handles, blnck leads in color with brown, Urns nnd greys quite strong. Turbans nnd Turban pins nro the things for the head dress. We havo a large assortment of coronet hair pins niso coronet braid, buckles and barrcttes, wc are also showing an immense line of new collar nnd belt pinn. Our lino of novelties in neck wenr for this season is better than ever, it is necessary for you to sec tho lino in order to nppre-ciat- c the values we Lave in stock. ' HUGHES, MARTIN & CQ., J. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Auctioneer 1 sis-te- mm rnrti Farmers Attention! Remember we carry the Hishest grade of FIELD SEEDS. ) o - ' , v The Genuine Oliver Plows, AND A LARGE STOCK OF COLLARS in mm 115-acr- IIAMES, CHAINS, ETO. 1 W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. i 'I R six-roo- CLEMENS HOTEL Tinqing, Plumbing, Heating. Don't let 1010 pass without having Tiouee with a. beautiful white hot and cold water through yoor i ... Porcelain Bath Outfit. Have AV. K. WAIlNEIt to install .reasonable prices and guarantee. your country water works wUi We also carry iu stock FORCE AND CISTEUN PUMPS; Hoofing fRosfiug raiDts: Telephone, 188. Call nnd seo us. W. K. WARNER. t 1 Stanford, HLy, !'l Za-no- When Hungry f. h. M'OARTY.Pres. E. C. WALTON, L.IUIUGHES,8. AT Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford, KentucKy. un-el- e, li) g. Stocks mid liond Farms and Town Projierty Handled ou Commission. Sold. If you Havo Projcriy to Sell or Rent Notify.Uo.-- . Write lor Circular to s. Prop. L R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky, . y - fry- ,- 13 M(a!iNMiiMRRMWNMM v u K 9 I t.l Here and There. FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. The interior Journal. Georgo Currey, an aged citizen of tho At Lexington 47 Duroc Jersey hogs Cardwclt section of Mercer, is dead. sold at $58. We.wbose name, appeal below, ttrtetly nshlns or anord at A. T. Nunnelloy sold 17 William Baldock, 90 years old, died forbid huntlnir. place, and an kind of tres JWfrjlinJAi'o-0Mwill prosecute Vi passing on our olators in inn mil extent ol me law. at his homo near Coffey, In Boyle IMwnif-tfshoats at 19.60. maflrr. Miss Mattle llewea, Kelrhenbocli llroi, Fity Rood owes for sale. W. E. Kred llanmann, A.T.Traylor, N. It. Plummer, Milium (looch, By a vote of 885 to 646 Guthrie, Moss, Lancaster. Will Hester. It.ll. Nunnoller. Joraby Okla., defeated tho commission form of j, w. iinuguuinn. J. w. itor, FoiiSale. Nico David Hterens, J. K. Ilruce. No. tt, Honth, UiM P. . government. milk cow. Emit Grccnburg. JohnOamenlsch No.st,'nouth,lo:i5 A M. wm.tinruier. M, 11. Klmore, DanTraylnr, ro.Jt,North.4!to A. M. in llotllbOllck. Sego Anderson died at his homo In Bath county Thomaa Robertson Krml llandorf, r. X. No.It.Nortn,6:( M. No.T7,IO:A. M. J. J,, Thompson, Mr I).Mr..Anderson. sold to H. E. Tipton a pair of mules for Lower Garrard after a lingering illness m. and Ja.. II. Kads j. r .Moser, No.lN,l:ar. of consumption ?425. Mrs. K.J. Morion jt rviiNisa Mrs. Woo, I,ogan. J.J.Klllott. RICE.IAgont. W. B. Smith, aged 68, died at tho JOS. 8. The price of hojrs jumped at the W. It, liaugherty, Frank (Innller, Iter. Father Io, Dr.o.O. Perry, stockyards from $9 25 to $9 60 homo of his sister, Mrs. M. J. Miller, tl tl ll.ln.. H. II, ll.uglimnn, at Mt. Vernon. per cwt. Uriah Albright, A. II. IIOOI, Mrs. Margaret (looch, .Incoli (lander William Lorkin, aged 60 years, and a (len.O. (livens, It. C. Arnold boueht last week: a W II Traylor John J ufer, Hardin county farmer, was nam iioiieris. bunch of yearling heifers and steers at Surgeon Dontist, M.J Hofmann, Amend Hcharfer, found dead in his yard. A.H. Matheny K.T. Ileasley 31c to 4c. I.. H.Oarnrr, Mrs.J.II.Onsley, We still oiTer you our atocK of The City of London Corporation conKENTUCKY. Joe E. Wright, of this county, purtTAWFORD, II. I.. Kagaley, M.J, Morgan, H.T. Harris, ll.O. Watkliis, chased of Mr. Piles, of Casey, a jack sists of the Lord Mayor, 25 other alderIt. Il.llrow, J.U.Hundley. Offee over McRoberts' Drug Store in for $1, 000. men and 206 common councilors. (). K.McOlure, Mrs. Nannie II. flood, Anton Itonecker, Anderson Oarr, tho Owsley Building. child of Mrs. Melinda A W. II. Rlgney sold 12 W. M. lMihoii. Kred Vondruenlgan Ilaughman Mrs. Kaie Aiior mules at $92 and a bunch of Jersey Holcomb, of Letcher county, burned to T. I,.(Huts. Mrs, IU'Ih'Ccii It. Carpenter At Coat death by its clothei catching from an Mo Kopati, W. heifers at $21 to $33. MASON'S M. r. (.awrence, .loll n h. Iee, !. hevlers. For Sale. Mammoth Bronze tur- open grate. Tom Kerrlll, Ohrl.ttan Jacob W. W. Pitman, Kred Payk. During The Month of Feb. William Morrison, little. Bon of .Hol keys. Very flno stock. Mrs. G. C. AlexCiHiper, J.NevlnOarter, Urine No. 80 K. A A.M. will meet Lyon, Hustonville, Ky. Unroln land Morrison, died in Paducah from K, II. Itonham, Henry Itldder ta ililMl rnnununlcntlon on each lint and II, U. Anderson, W. I), Hooch, tklrd Monday nights of each month, nt 7:.W Farmers Attention I Try mo on drinking an eye solution containing (lusdelsil. T. A. Itlee. viork in tneir nan on main iotiti, mini- - wagon and plow harness for quality morphino and atropia. Uhrli Uamenlscb, Iteuben (hirtls, lora, Ky Members of inter lodges are ira rinsiey npoonamore James Hmlth, tera.llr Invited to be present. T. W. Ten and price. J. C. McClary. The home of Rufus Marshall near V. W. darter, A. I,. Carter, Next Door lo Lincoln County'Bank, atagtvn. Hoc. II. W. (lalne. W. P.drlmes, Receipts of live stock at the Chicago Franklin Mills, Fleming county, burned J. ). Holtsclaw, W. M. Fields' aged It. K. (lalnes. Monday were 27,000 Stanford. Ily, Winters Stock. stock yards and 19,000 sheep. cattle, andtoMrs. Marshall, house. 29, was burn JamesMary I'epptes Mrs.A,MatttnK.White, Fall W. Miss Keeton. 1 1. Tbuaipton, ed death in the 40,000 hogs Mester, Have your measure tnken by n tailor of ex The United States Senato passed the W. L. Lawson has sold his farm of parlance. Then your clothei, w hethern low Du.iiiea. buil nr mn nnesi eremnK 443 acres to S. E. Hammond, of Knox diplomatic and consular bill without de atMaes.wlll hae thnt Individuality and nt bato and without amendment. The vklch plainly Indlcnto they were made to county, at $65. Lancaster Record. .by measure, i wiiinisoiaae your mem- For Sale. 75 to 100 bushels of or bill carries an appropriation of $1,119,-48lor extra trouscn, fancy vests, top tit and overcoat.. Pall and Winter chard grass seed. Extra good. $1.60 Maples on hand ready for your Inspection. Secretary of War Dickinson declared per bushel. B. B. King, Moreland. II. O. KOPLK Y. The Tailor, Stanford, Ky. R. Z. Moss, of Jessamine, thero will be no favoritism as between sold his stallion, Jessamine Squirrel, to steamship companies plying between CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! Clinton Woodward, of Wilmore, the east and west coasts of America in the use of the Panama Canal for trans I ean furntih the public with the bolt, at veil as the freshest of cat Doners, plants of Allen Edelin bought at Lexington the shipment. a,U kinds, bulbs, iiotted Mowers, on ihort aatlce. Also make a spoclaltyof wreaths great horse Oglo Chief, by MontgomeGeorgo Stephens, a railroad Jar for funeral purposes. shot and killed three of his little la connection with the nbovo, I hnvo nil ry Chief, for $1,025. Danville Advo llDJjf vegetables on hand nt ruusonable cate. children, fatally wounded tho colored prlfas. CIIIMSTMAN' OUKKN HOUREH. mules. nurse and then turned the pistol on For Sale. 25 En HuiiiiAiiri, 1'hoh. Htanford, Ky. All broken and in good working order. himself and ended his own life at Birm- Weekly Courier -Call on or phono Logan Hubble, Lan- ingham, Ala. The coroner's inquest at Cairo, HI., iMffrisTobacco and Tobacco caster R. F. D. No. 1. The Burley Tobacco Society will un where four Negro deputies of the sherAND Barns. dertake to pool the 1910 crop and a iff told of firing into the mob, has arous Hothlng But Insuranco. Z meeting of the district board has been ed deep resentment and only the pres called for March 8 at Lexington to ap- ence of 300 militiamen keeps down seD. rious rioting. prove the pledge. The Insurance Man, For Sale. Four good sows, fine Eleven bodies of miners were recovSTANFORD, KY. BOTH ONE YKAIt FOR stock, one so w and pigs and some shoats. ered from the St Paul coal mines at AltEOPKXKDrPAXDRKADYFOK YOl TO LOOK Residence Phone 84; Office, 66. Sows will average 150 pounds, shoats Cherry, III. To tho amazement of vetAT, ALL lusure with me and bo fully CO pounds. Residence three miles West eran mine inspectors the bodies enprotected. of Kings Mountain on the new pike. tombed since Nov. 13, when brought to W. C. Patrick, Waynesburg, Ky., R. the surface were found to be almost F. D. No. 4. perfectly mummified. Few people In the United State, have not l. Democratic Twelve tobacco growers of Dry Ridge, The Senate appointed as its commit- heard of the Nothing Carried over from Inst Year. Grant county, were indicted in the Fed tee to investigate the increased cost of lo all thlags, fair In all things, clean In all eral court at Covington for alleged at- living the following members: Lodge, things. It Is essentially a family paper. Ily are In position to do all kinds of such as lllock Work, Pavement! tempts to interfere with interstate Gallinger, McCumber, Crawford, Sim- a special arrangement we are enabled to L one Md. In fact, we can make any thing fromr shipments of tobacco by threats of vio- mons and Clarke, of Arkansas. Sena the WEKKLV kwosa down to a fence ost. Wo can .one year and tbl. paper for the price named s guarantee joa promptly nnd Call Os- - tor Elkins declined lence against the shipper, W. T. the chairmanship above. Bend roar .abscrlpllon for the comawrkand material. and get our prices born, on Nov. 2G, 1907. becauso he was busy with the adminislatere you buy your material at least. bination to u not tc the Oaorler-JoPennsylvania is a large State, with tration railroad bill. plenty of mountain territory, and it is MATRIMONIAL. declared by the State game commission Stanford, Ky. that the number of bears killed there In London, in 1907, 1; 140 bachelors in recent years has surpassed that of married widows. deer. During last season between The engagement of young Jay Gould 600 to 70Q bears were killed. to Miss Olga Wiborg, of Cincinnati, is Bargain. 237 acre farm about denied. five miles from town, on good pike, 1 Sherman Jones shot and fatally mile from school, church and store, wounded George Pruitt at Bardwell, 100 acres fine tobacco land. Nine room when the latter attempted to elope crib, shed brick residence, daughter. with Jones' granary, silo, barns, etc. renclng good and place well watered. Nine The number of bars and liquor shops To Get our prices on- never-failin- g springs, cement troughs, has been.stcadily reduced In Ontario, Stanetc. In a splendid neighborhood. Canada, until now there are only about ford Real Estate Co. as many as there were 35 All kind of INSURANCE on nil years ago, in spite of the great increase Charging Senator Owen, of Oklaho- In linda of property. Only the largpopulation. ma, with being Interested in the alTairs est companies represented. of the Stnndard Oil Co., and Baying The Campbell county grand jury reRales as low'ns can be that he would like to see John D. Rock- turned an indictment against Scott had anywhere. efeller "wrapped in the tlames of hell," former cashier in the Newport Senator J eft Davis, of Arkansas, made postofflcc, charging him with ottering a We Have the PRICK and the goods. fitStanford, Ky., Phone 200. a speech in the Senate which was"red-ho- bribe to Circuit Judge Yungblut. tingly characterized by him as t and right off the bat." 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Cars will be running from Frankfort s to Versailles over the Kentucky railroad this Fall. The Louisville jHHMkMataPPK4ajMKikl and Nashville railroad, which owns the Kentucky Highlands, has advertised for R. B. MAH0NEY, Pres. J. T. WHITE, Scc'y. W. 8. FISH, Trcas. bids for the construction of nine miles Tradc Marks and a half of road, extending from the Dcsiqns Copyrights Ac present terminal of the Kentucky HighAnyone lending a iketrta and description mar lands to Versailles. Quickly ajccruln our opinion fra t whether an d vi - L.&N.TIWETHBLE four-year-o- Lou-Isvil- lo A. S. PRICE, well-know- n d "" J ! t AT COST ! Winter Goods MEET. Sam Robinson. and m. 1. HENRY ff WATTERSON'S PAPER 5! OUR tt three-year-o- ld Journal Jesse Wearen, The Interior Journal BUGGIES New StocR, ONLY $1.50. Courier-Journaof-fCOUHIEU-OUUNA- CONCRETING first-clas- Jfs i ur PHILLIPS BROS., W. H. HIGG1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. Bring Mthoney fisl, 0 Your To Insurance and Real Printing' 240-barr- Don't Fail Estate. one-thi- rd The r, INTERIOR Tobacco Canvass L. L. Crab Orchard, Ry., JOURNAL Office J.L.Beazley&Co., high-land- ijjrnjn scientific JitticriCdii; SANDERS! Best an. Undertatcer and Embaln Also Dealers in Fur niture,Mattiug8,Rugg. They will exchange Furnituro for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. -- the At the Treasury department positive statement was made that there was no basis for the report that Secretary MacVeagh was contemplating retiring from office because of ill health. On the contrary the Secretary has not talked about such a possibility, even to his closest friends. Stephen Birch, manager of the GuggeAlaska syndicate, told a Senate committee Saturday that it was calculated that a profit of $25,000-00would bo made out of the Cunningham claims. For these claims it proposed to pay the United States $250,000. nheim-Morgan invention la Drooabir Damiiahie c inimunlca UonaatrlctleonUdeutlaL HANDBOOK onlateute ant free. Oldest asenef fur socudng palsnti. I'aleatl laten turoavo atuna A receive trwfiafo(ic. without cliargo. lathe iu. Work Prices Lowest' Ah.ndtom.lrlllnstrslM weeklr. I Jne.l elr. cal.tluii of .nr .rlenllUfl lurn.l. 1 erms, f 1 a Tsari four months, k bol4bj.ll newsdealers. MUNN & Co 3ejDro.d.y New YQrlf The Citizens Realty and Title Co,- - s J If tYiNFORD. .KENTUCKY. J. f C. McClary, w 0 LOW FARES TWO j one-wa- to the 1 WEST TWO Furms, houses nnd lots for rent, falo orexchaugo, Persons desiring (juick Miles or purchase in realty of all kinds. Call on or writo us at STANFORD, KY. Promptness and Reasonable V aff Clifford Hammond, manager, of E. R, Bradley's Idle Hour Farm in Fayette, was shot and badly wounded by Ennis McDaniel, whom he had discharged. McDaniel then turned his gun on himself and was fatally wounded. A One Hundred and Fiftv Acre farm on good pike. Has two houses. In 2 miles of railway stution. Land produces good tobacco. Look at It and you will buy it. Price only $2,600. Stanford Real Estate Co. George I. Ham, former president of the United States Banking Company, of Mexico City, that recently went Into the hands of tt receiver, waa arrested. TRAINS DAILY BETWEEN LOUISVULE AND ST. LOUTS 371 37 V ZZ to April 1J, y seconu-clas- s iviu, colonist fares will be on sale via The HHNDHRSON KOUTK to California and North Pacific Coast Points. from Ijouisville, Ky., to San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Cal., and l'hoenix, Ariz. from Louisville. Ky.. to Portland, Seattle, Kvmtt, and SpoLaue. llffective, dally, March Our Specialty. Commissions Thone 200. TRAINS DAILY BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND ST. LOUIS ?laaaaaaaaaaaWaVlsaBBBU' SlWaT,PP"faK7i,""lBfc frtii 1 lair "TlTl K Tlie Wintry Blasts May (ome, VIA Utdertaker." Embalmor and stealer In Harness, Saddlery, STANFORD, WniOu' IW. KY- HomeJPboriM. MARCH i SIMILAR LOW l'ARKS TO OTHKR PACIFIC COAST POINTS, l'or Pull Information, write j. P. GARDNER. 0. P. A., or R. F. PENN, T. P. A., LOUISVItlC. KT. VIA 6 1 ? aw1 kPsJ saBBBBBBBBBBBBErLv Ami tho Rain nnd Snow Fall, but your stock will keep warm in Nunnellcy's New Stock Yards Plenty of Covered Pens and Fee3 Court I TO APRIL ' IC, IOIO, aud Water. Boat market In tho State. Second Monday. So bring them on, I, M. BnutK, Assistant, Day . . JV-- - -. a. iTiti- - A. WjistisWAjiL mi