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EINTERIOPJOTJRNAL4TTVO- L XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 25 1910 NO 104 HUSTONVILLE Mr and Mrs Will Riffo visited relatives In Stanford Saturday Mrs Paralee Murphy Is spending this week with Wm Mullins and wife neat Lebanon As a prophet the ground hogof Kentucky where they are plentiful It sure the limit About the only one on the sick list near here now itf Mr J W Powell who has a severe cold Tom Cooper was arrested Saturday for awaul ting tho 12yearold grand child of Lucy Baldock also colored Some night prowlers have been visit i a Ing chicken houses out in tho country Gueaa they are boycotting tho meat trustSeveral candidatoaaro taking degrees In our Masonic Lod o Thq work was continued Saturday evening until near v 4 midnightG Coppago has bought tho stock of goods of B W Edrington Co on tho Fork at Jacktown and has taken possession Frank Vaughn returned Saturday from a business trip through Marlon county in the Intereat of Myers and Vaughn live stock dealers Rev W S Willie subject at the Christian church Hustonville Sunday morning will bo Hypnotism and Coy ctousnces No services at night A largo crowd is assured the play Tony the Convict at Alcorns Opera House Friday night 25 Hotter tel re served seat early from Crlt Rllfe Mr and Mrs Dowd McCarloy left Tuesday for their home at Okolona Miss being completely disgusted with the fierce ground hog weather in Ken tuckyDr Cook tho Arctic explorer hav ng been fired from the club ho found ed has left Chili on another expedition and they do say that ho is headed for KentuckyBefore another advance some excep tional bargains can be secured in some fine bluograss farms with improve ments Call on or write for particulars to W R Williams Co Huetonville KyThe Hustonville Christian church Is planning for a great meeting to be held by tho noted evangelist James Small of Kansas City and the great singing evangelist A W Shaffer The meet- Ing is to begin Ang 28th and will run over three Sundays Tho church and tho minister desiro tho cooperation of all the churches In the West End in this meeting They hope all will note the time and avoid arranging any con Meting meeting that all tho surround- Ing couatry may hear these famous evangelists Let all plan and also work sad pray together for a great revival In our midst W S Willis past tor C W Adams secretary A trio of country boys visited Junc tion City recently and one was so pro foundly crazed by the stuff imblbod that offensive aggressiveness provoked a gentleman to turn loose a battery I and the one decorous member of the three caught u bullet but fortunately the wound Is slight The youngster who provoked tho hoot sjt was still running steadily the next morning fully ten miles from the scone Ills first halt was made with a plunge against a door of a country store with such force as to break the fastenings He however hat sense enough to realize the danger and stagger off for aid to repair It It is currently reported that a good girl is reaJy to be married to him just as soon as he can find a home which he can rentAn article In a late issue of the Louisville Post headed Trouble Ahead for Camnitz Is certainly the limit on fake news The statement that Cam nitz had not been sent or even offered a contract is either an intentional misstatement of facts or the dope of a v cheap fan that is prejudicial because of the fact that Kentucky furnished the champion ball pitcher of the world In 1909 On Feb 7 Mr Drojfusa handed Camnitz u contract to sign at a real t nice advance fn salary over last year 4 After showing the contract to friends and thoroughly considering the offer ho returned It UBalgned and asked fpr a tittle further advance Mr Oreyfuas says regarding theCuban trip that Mr Camnitz was not In his employ af the time and he fad a right to go where he wanted but that Bban will be in future contracts cutting ont such trips Struck A Rich MIne S W Bonds of Coal City Ala sayshe struck a perfect mine of health In Dr Kings New Life Pills for they cured him of Liver and Kidney trouble after 12 years of suffering They are the best plUa on earth for Constlpai tion Malaria Headache Dyspepsia Debility 25c at Pennys Drug Store Three men were killed two Instantly wh yardengine No3 of the Louie yule Jeffersprivllle Bridge Co attached to a train of 17 cars jumped the J track In the at Preatoh and Washington street Ixrafavllle IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Abraham RIngoId aged 76 Is dead lit Harrodsburg George Vaught aged 25 Is dead at his homo in Junction City Ezra Burge of Louisville suicided at Lawrenceburg while on a visit to a friendPerry Langford a well known citizen of Science Hill Pulaski county is dead aged 30- David Owens aged 81 and a Mexlcai soldier is dead in the Bourbon section ofPulaskiMilton four years old son of T T Covlngton of Richmond died after a brief Illness The homo of Joe Noe in the Fork land section of Boyle burned together with most of the contents James Steely aged 22 had his leg cut off by a freight train near Williams slippedinCentral University by defeating Van derbilt by tho core of 52 to 28 is the undefeated Southern champion of the intercollegiate basket ball A splendid residence in Danville owned by Miss Jean Warren and occupied by Harold Hays burned Only 2000 insurance was carriedIThe annual 22d oratorical contest be tween the Chamberlain and Delnologi an Literary Societies of Central Uni versity was won by Jack McChord of SpringfieldJohn Van Winkle Col I M Dun and II D Stiles have formed a part nership and have broken ground for a monster loose leaf tobacco warehouse at Danville Circuit Clerk Ben Casey Allln of Harrodsburg Is being urged by his friends to make the race for clerk of tho Court jo f Appeals on the next dem ocratic ticket and it is more than likely that ho will make his formal announce ment within the next fow days says a dispatch lion Ben Lee Hardin of Harrods burg had a narrow escape from having his eyes put out by tho explosion of a cartridge in a pipe he was smoking While enjoying hn favorite cob pipe an explosion took place in the bowl blow ing it from his mouth and singeing his face By some mistake a short 22 call ber cartridge had been placed in his to bacco jar and ho loaded the same In his pipe with tho tobacco The sudden and shocking death of Engineer Dudderar in tho wreckat Waddy caused universal sorrow to his many friends in this city A man of excellent parts brave resourceful and thoroughly reliable his death comes as a most deplorable misfortune both to his family and to the company for whom he so devotedly labored for over 20 years Zan Dudderar was exceptionally intelligent and thoroughly companionable His record as an engineer was most excellent and his untimely end brought about by an open switch Is all the more deplorable Ho was a member of tho Christian church and the Masonic fraternity Peace to his ash es Anderson Nows CHURCH MATTERS Serviced at tho Methodist church Sat urday night conducted by Rev D W RobertsonElder Llpscomb one ot the most prominent ministers of the Chris tian church died at his home in Nash ville The services at the protracted meet ing at Logans Creek church will begin at 7 oclock Monday night next and continue through the week Rev Hiram Johnson an aged and1 well known Baptist preacher is dead in Laurel county He was the grandfather of County Attorney 11 J Johnson of that county Rev J J Dickey will go to Rich mood tomorrow Saturday to supply the pulpit for Rov D W Robertson presiding elder who will officiate in sac ramental services here Sunday Elder J N Henson who recently ro signed as cashier off Bank of Marshall county at Benton to enter the minis try has wen called to the Baptist church at Gilbertsville and accepted Rev WO Stanley father of Con gressman 0tvsley Stanley of Hendar sop has accepted the pastorate of tha Christian church at Burksvlllo Cum berland cpunty Ho was for many years pastor of the Christian church in DanvillePreparations are being made fpr an nli day laymcna meeting to bo hold In Danville March 2 On the Tqesday night preceding a banquet will be giv en to all laymen in the city interested in mission work The meeting Is the outgrowth of tho great Jaymens meet ing held in Louisville Several speak ore of note will deliver addresses There will be held at McCqrmacka Christian church on March 5th and 6th a Sunday school institute under the aus Bibloschoolwill be In charge and will give a stereo optieon lecture on the life of Christ The public is cordially invited to attend all meetings P W C f NEWS NOTES Clay Clement tho noted actor died suddenly In Kansas City Despondency caused Belford Owens a Winchester stono mason to end his lifeThe government building at Lexing ton will bo improved to the extent of 80000 MIt com fortably 306000 persons in tho Now York hotels at ono time Mr and Mrs J U Craft of Larue this State have 50 living grandchildren and 12 preat grandchildren Leo Sutton traveling salesman of New Carlisle 0 died at Richmond after a short illness of pneumonia Two boys were shot in riots in Phila delphia growing out of tho street car strike and aro not expected to recover The pattern storehouse of tho Min nequa plant of the Colorado Fuel and Iron Co was destroyed by fire Loss 1000000The Court of Appeals hand ed down a decision debarring Negroes from using tho title Knight of Pythl as in Georgia Mrs Maggio Arms attempted to build a fire with coal oil at her home near Paris when the oil exploded and burned her to death Joo Stanley utility outfielder and Del Howard utility Infielder of tho Chicago National League Baseball Club were sold to Louisville The 45 round championship battle be tween James J Jeffries and Jack John son on July 4th for a purse of 101000 will bo fought in San Francisco Two persons were killed two fatally injured and 20 others slightly hurt in a paasengerIa street car in An indictment against the Latonia Agricultural Association charging it with permitting gambling at its race track was dismissed at Covlngton Two women wero killed and one man fatally injured when the California Limited train on the Santa Fe railroad crashed into an automobile near Los AngelesThe resignation of Adjt Garnett Ripley of the First Kentucky Regi ment has been received by the State Military Department and accepted by the Governor Mrs Emma Clendenning Perkins former president of tho Kentucky State Federation of Womens Clubs dropped dead In the dining room of tho Burnet House in Cincinnati The State of West Virginia won a substantialvictory in the Supreme court over the Stato of Maryland in their dispute over the boundary line between the two States By reversing the decision of the Su premo court of Alabama tho Supreme court of the United States declared un constitutional the Alabama statute levying an annual franchise tax on for eign corporations doing a business in the State At Waco Texas Charles Franks a barkeeper shot and killed Josle Dono van fatally wounded Roy Anderson and Lulu Holt and then killed himself Franks entered the building and saw Anderson talking to the Holt woman and mistaking him for another man opened firo Out of 56 men who returned to their homes In Boylo county after the Mexican war only two are now living They aro Col L H Rousseau who was colonel of tho 12th Kentucky In the Civil War and Capt Caleb Tartar both of whom are 85 years of age and reside in that county Thn Supreme Court of Ohio in a case brought up from Guernsey county handed down a decision to tho effect that all saloonlsta InHdry counties who are selling near beer must pay tho Aiken liquor tax of 1000 a year About 1000000 involved throughout the State and tho decision is admitted to be a blow at the liquor interests Ad Wolgaat of Cadillac Mich wrested the lightweight championship of the world from Battling Nelson i the 40th round of scheduled 45 roun battle at Richmond Cal Referee Ed championththe contest after Nelson hadreceive a beating such as oldtime ring follow ers maintain never before was seen i a prize ring Nelson was on the verge of a collapse wheq the bout was stopped Life on Panama Canal has had ono frightful drawback maln rig trouble that has brought suffering and death to thousands Tho germs cause chills fever and ague bllllous ness Jaundice lassitude weakness and general debility But Electric Bit tern never fall to destroy them apd cure malaria troubles Three bot ties completely cured meota very se WmI1 ve had good health ever since 1 cures Stomach Liver and ta0otII 0- e 7 Z rra + RSrMrrrrr ar + r11n1vfwrva +vCwvvvdvaNVVfNt- c I j Ell ItY ElISTE II nCallsFor Ii 1 II Early Spring Suits Ii Our line full of Snappy Stylish all wool made by the best tailors in Amsrica is open fork We have taken extra care in selielecting some Nobby patterns especially in Ii GEaE S jI that are so good this season eli t c NOTICE that distinctive fit around the collar thai r li t Hart Schaffner Marx If clothes have and you will wonder why you havef snot worn them sooner 5Iy 14 Uif44y HOME IfOFA t4 Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes JV4fV 41c0fa IrsAPrah1lArAARAAOhMRA1iaI1i ir1aRR1rlrlSM1 cc +464444 1MIDDLEBURG W F Wall tracked 13 pole cats to a den last week and captured them with out difficulty As Juris high he got a nlco sum for their pelts Our roads are too bad to write about to say nothing of traveling over them Why dont our authorities take them in hand and atop the heavy hauling over them when they aro wet and soft 7 As a weather prognosticator tho ground hog seems to have taken the cake and should have taken the bakery as well We have no recollection of having seen a more measley spell of weather than the one we have just passed through The graded school here Is about the beat thing this town ever had The trustees are highly pleased with the work that Is being done and the patrons speak in tho highest terms of its effi ciency The school is full up and has been ever since it opened last September With a splendid school building well equipped for teaching and a faith ful corps of teachers Middleburg has a school of which her people are justly proud Some Nice Things Papers are Say Ing Over the State of the Sale Of the I J Shelton M Saufley a member of the Frankfort New staff oneof the Hvest young newspaper men in tho State II has purchased the Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL from E C Walton He will take charge of the paper at tho close of the Legislative session Judging by the splendid work he has done on tho Frankfort papers the people of Lincoln county may look forward for a big Improvement in the Journal when he takes hold Shelbyvlllo News Shelton M Saufley who has boon en gaged in newspaper work in Frankfort thedINTERIOR JOURNAL will take charge of the paper in a few weeks Mr Saufley Is ono of the most Statedand is sure to papersnof Kentucky Staggers Skeptics That a clean nice fragrant com pound like Bucklons Arnica Salve will Instantly relieve a bad burn cut scald wound or piles staggers skep tics But great cures prove its a won derful healer of the worst sores ulcers bolls talons eczema skin eruptions as also chapped hands sprains and corns Try it 25o at Pennys Drug Store 0 During 1909 according to a state ment received from the auditor of pub tic accounts County Clerk Paton dolts destroyed sheep In Bourbon coun at 11424 The amount of pervcfUtofUtotal which la now ready lfeq die iOaHe t I the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Idenfucky Capital 5000000 Surplusr 4300000 Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENTS WM BRIGHT CASHIER s t J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASSTi CASH I HC CARPENTER BOOKKEEPERUHVYS FOSTER CLERK DIRECTORS W iiJohnt kin TraylorGilbertsH Cummins PreacLcrsvilJe Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek I t FIRST NATIONAL BANKt STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 1882 v CAPITAL STOCK 50000 t 20000 IHASPAID IN DWIDENDS216t500 CombitusiAbsoIutelSafcty with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety c Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICERS J S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cashr- NWSaundetsBookkeeper DIRECTORS F Reid J H Banghman M D Elm re J M Pettus H C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson E C Walton J S Hocker C E Tate WINTER TOURIST TICKETS i TO THE SOUTHand SOUTHEAST ON SALE DAlLY VA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31st 1910 k l fr Pall Panlcahn call Oil or wrlie IL Co Ki60 P T A191 E Main StLubtIOD17 i n 4- r A v The Interior Journal SHELTON M SAUFLEY owNxa HON HARVEY HELM of Uncoln torUungbees candidate Eighth nomination from the dlstrtctsubject to the action of the demo crnlle party- POLITICAL GOSSIP AT THE CAPI TAL BY THE EDITOR FRANKFORT FEB 23After a four days recess tho members of tho Gen eral Assembly came back to Frankfort today and will try to accomplish some thing during the remaining days of the session Final adjournment willbe tak en on March 15 As the rules of both Houses provide that the Rules commit too of each has charge during tho last 15 days of the session those who are not next to that powerful clique will have to do some strenuous hushing to get by with any bills that the Rules body might approve of As Represen tative Shanks is one of the Rules com mittee anything that affects Lincoln county will be well taken care of Un til the last ten days of the session the Legislature can pass any measure It desires over the veto of the Governor if it desires Appropriations and other bills which might be endangered by the executive ax will doubtlessly be push ed through in a hurry by the Rules com mittees during the first five days of their power The law provides that any measure which has been passed by both Houses of the Legislature becomes a law after ten days without the Govern ors signature unless he vetoes it Within the last ten days before adjourn ment the Governor is allpowerful He has threatened to kill any appropria tion bill which does not provide the means for raising funds to defray It Some of the appropriation bills which will undoubtedly be pushed for paasage within the next few days will be those which set aside something like half a million dollars for improvements at the- State penitentiaries There has been much study on penology and criminology in some quarters of the State with in the past year or so The result has been a strong agitation for improved conditions of the convicts and better facilities for carrying on the work of reformation To read some of the dis sertations on the subject one would think that criminals ought to be sent to a kindergarten or Sundayschool at State expense rather than to be given real punishment for their rcisdeeds Many of the improvements suggested are really meritorious but a large part can be cut out and should be cut out both for the benefit of the taxpayers and the surer reformation of and real ization by the prisoners that they are not sent to the penitentiary to enjoy flowery beds pf ease but to pay the bard penalty of their wrongdoing The more comforts added to the prison life the less terror it will have for the crim inally inclined Some necessary improvements should be made but much good is being done under present condi tions in the Kentucky penitentiaries and there seems little occasion for the spending of a half million dollars more of the taxpayers money on them just at this time FINAL EFFORT FOR UNIT BILL From now until the first of March the temperance workers will make their final effort for the passage of the Coun ty Unit Extension bill They still have some hope at least tie more enthusi astic seem to but some of the cooler beads have already given up the fight and returned home The House may pass the bill and it may not it depends on whether it can be gotten out of the orders of the day before the Rules committee takes hold in the Senate After the Rules crowd gets into the sad die in the Senate it is all over as far as the Unit bill is concerned there sot there would be no use passing it in the House It may be done however just to put the members in the lower branch on record The Rules committee in the House is composed of a majority of friends of the measure but in the Sen i ate the opposlte is true Talk of bribery in connection with t the attitude of certain Senators on the Unit bill has about died out Tho investigating committee still meets at regular intervals It is said that nothing of a definite charactercan be learn ed A charge of bribery is very dim cult to prove whir Forth parties to the affair keep their shut Thero is no more talk of expelling Senator Jeff Watkins for talking about the ru mors relative to the matter though The papers in Watkins district have declared that they will send him right i back and heap still further honors up on him if the Senate should take such action TWO GOOD MEN Two neighbor Representatives to Lincoln have made themselves popular here this session by their conservative course on legislation and the zeal with which they have looked after their counties interests They are W F Pittman of Boyle and J 0 Bogie of Garrard What a contrast between the gentleman from Boyle this session and the one who misrepresented Boyle last session I Quiet and unassuming Mr Pittman has nevertheless always been f en bia job and has loyally reflected the r wishes of his constituents Mr Bogie r ia Garrarda first democratic Represen tative foriouryeara replacing a re publican who got in on the Willsoi landslide lie like Pittman bas taken things quietly but has kept in touch with affairs for his people and made himself very popular Both received good committee assignments and are recognized as two of the substantial and reliable men of the lower House STATE FARMERS INSTITUTE The State Farmers Institute is In session here this week A member of the StateBoard of Agriculture is to be elected from the Fifth Appellate dis trict in which Lincoln county lies and the packing of the county farmers in stitutes last year in said to have been for the purpose of securing delegates favorable to one or the other candidates for the place The election of a secretary of the State Fair held annually at Louisville hangs in the balance and goes whichever way the State Hoard goes Tho candidates for State Fair secretary are J W Newman who has had the place for two terms and Hu bert Vreeland Commissioner of Agri culture under the last democratic ad ministration At this writing every thing seems to favor the latter for the place Dr C M Thompson of Kings Mountain is the delegate from Lincoln county to the Institute and no better man could have been sent here S M S LEROY PERCY of Greenville was chosen United States Senator from Mississippi on the 58th ballot of the democratic caucus by a majority of five votes over former Gov Vardaman When balloting was resumed Tuesday night all of the candidates withdrew with the exception of Percy and Var daman the vote showing Percy 87 and Vardaman 82 The nomination is equiv alent to election A DELEGATION of prominent Ken tucky Negroes headed by Dr C H Parrish of Louisville called upon Pres ident Taft and urged the appointment of Albert S White as minister to Hay ti The delegation was introduced by Senator Bradley The appointment was urged on the grounds of the satisfaction it would afford the people of Ken tucky especially tho Negroes BY a vote of 16 to 12 the Watkins county unit bill was run to earth and strangled in the Senate to the discred it of the democrats be it said Bobbitts Plea For The Birds There are three principal kinds of bird known as game birds They takeI their respective names from their its First the campestres from cam pus a field Such are partridges rails etc The partridges am the most helpless in a deep snow and empty craw often starving and freezing to death by whole covies They pass their time on the ground eating seed and scattered grains of wheat corn and so forth They are of great use to the farmer in destroying insects and seeds of obnox ious weeds They never take up young corn although they are wrongfully ac cused of doing so I have been engag ed in farming and fine stock raising for four decades and formerly owned many copies of birds on a preserve and II know they never take up young corn They are entirely harmless and are of great use to the farmer and are a delight to the true farmer and naturalist If I have any left I would not have them killed for a dollar apiece They camp at night in covies on the ground and fall an easy prey to foxes and oth er kinds of rapacious animals and to hawks in day time In tracking a red fox in the snow I saw where he had caught two one night out of a flock They roost in a huddle with heads all looking out and listening for approach ing danger They cant see at night and with their many enemies tis a wonder that any escape As it is they are nearer termination now than ever before The other birds are sylvestres from sylva wood They are pheasants They bud in early spring and never eat grain Theirs is a plant and bud diet They roost upon the ground but not in a huddle but each bird to himself tho near eachother but not touching They are almost exterminated The third kind of birds are the aquatics as mal lards and ducks of all kinds of a wild nature Theylfrom aqua water frequent tho water and are migratory Of all the birds killed by man the dove is the most harmless of any doing much good and no harm Never let another dove be killed Hundreds of hares commonly called rabbits were drowned in their nests last spring and are now scarcer than ever before in Kentucky The squirrels are migrato ry often swimming rivers like tho Cumberland Now let us have a game law affording protection to all game for three years and give them time to replete their decimated ranks Let us be cheered in spring and summer with the honest Bob White Give us no new laws nor new offices or increased taxes Burn up the 800 bills now pend ing before the two Houses and adjourn and come on home and go to plowing and your many sins will be forgiven and perhaps even be forgotten till next election Alfriend of the birds FONTAINE Fox BOUBITT Assertingunthat he took part in the assassination of Elizabeth Empress of Austria In 1898 Christian Keppler sur rendered to the police of CincinnatiI rtt t I POLiTICAL I A bill S peadte before the New York Legislature to respire the flag displayed at polling places on election day Local option was sustained in the Virginia Legislature when the Myers bill calling on a popular election to de reportledTho Indian appropriation bill was passed by tho National House The bill as finally disposed of carried an ag gregate of over 8250000 exclusive of 390000 payable froni trust funds I Col James Gordon the venerable Senator from Mississippi celebrated his last official day in the Senate by presiding over that body for an hour Wednesday while Senator Brown of Nebraska was delivering his speech on tho income tax ITho President issued proclamations that the following countries are entitled to the minimum rates of I customs dutiesunder thePaynoAldrich Morocco British Guiact Abyeinin I ana Guatemala Ecuador Bolivia Peru I Chili Greece Portuguese India Ma cao Timor Cape Verde Islands Angola Portuguese Guiana and St Thomas and Prince Islands It is reported from New York that the general opinion prevails that on Col Roosevelts return he will insist on tho nomination of William Loeb Jr for the governorship and will have his way Tho republicans believe that the only chance they have of saving a ma jority in the House through the fall elections is by Roosevelt taking the stump and if he consents to do this he can have anything ho wants in re turn Objects to Roller Skating on Pavements Will you give public notice to a daily nuisance on the pavements of our city That is children blockading the pave ments on roller skates making hideous noises frightening horses and running the risk of collision with each other and with passersby and endangering their own lives and the lives of others My horse has been severely scared say eral times and has almost upset the buggy It will be only a short time until some one is dangerously hurt or a life lost and the town sued for dam ages The city council should take steps at once to stop this nuisance and fine those continuing to commit same TAX PAYER and is the man who wears the we now have our racks our suits from 2750 and as the little detail is and made Let us show them to you and will see the truth our Stanford KentucKr To can I collect what is owing met This is the all question with every merchant wholesale firm business and professional men far mers and in fact every one today Never has the been BO prominent in the bueincw world as it is today The loss of a few accounts may eat up your profits in dlusincxs the failure to collect a note makes you that much poorer not being able or in a position to give the proper attention knowledge or experience to the adjustment or examination into some claim in which you have an interest may CAUKO you the loss of many dollars Our province and our business is to help you in these musters Whether it is a NOTE or ACCOUNT you are not able to collect or whether it is some claim in which you have an interest which needs looking into carefully we are prepared to do it and do if promptly This is our business we make it a study We have the facilities and we have the experience and the fact that we have collected many dollars which were given up as lost is one of our best arguments in favor of what we can do Our terms are reasonable and wo make no charges unless we collect We make collections anywhere in the United States We recently collected an account for a firm in the adjoining county against a man in California If you have a claim which needs look ing after or a note or account want collected no matter how large or small or where live tend it to us We solicit your business Bank references WOODSON MAY JMgr I I otter my services to the of LIn coln as an auctioneer katlufnetlon guaranteed H WMeWllOitTLCit- Moreland Ky ItF D No 1 Jteildenc TnrneriTille FARM FOR SALE My farm of br acres of good land well Im proved well watered and fenced Is for sale It Is located seven miles from Htanford In the M uy wood section House has six rooms J T L1VINQHTON L T D No Stanford ly Fruit Trees 1 Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden One plantJTrtaNo Agents H F Hillenmcyer Sons LBXINOTON KRNT- nefYCLEMENS HOTEL J L ELKIN Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKY Large airy outside room Commercial travelers specialty Speciairates by week or month Theproprietorisa former Lin coln county man and hIs friends should remember hla when stopping In has town Well Dressed Well dressed indeed CLOTHES sell We on spring 15 to simply pretty as picture Every perfect BETTER TAILORING cannot be you of statement HeJ McROBERTS I How Collect Your Notes and Accounts How question which10U how MAYS COLLECTION AGENCY Somerset Kentucky Auctioneer outbuildingsA Ornamental display TO THE FARMERS 1 wllleontlnne to handle Fertiliser latheI Jumbo and MoKlunejr suctions and auk my old patrons to remember mE I also alt the I patronage of many nun customer UOHIPPIK London A B D CARTER Now Llverv Depot Street Phone 96 5TANFOADKENTUCKY W A TRIBBLE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phono 28 Night Phono 133 Stanford Kentuclly Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marble and Granlto Monuments Marker and Poets Cemetery and Lawn Vase and settees Office and work Mo KlnmeyKy r mFIEr EI tEgEIer 8E8G L Penny H H Coffey E R Coleman r m Dr Hess Poultry Panacea I 11 m Will make hens lay cure thorn of dkcafto and keep then is good thrifty condition The increase in the number rayforis soldat Pennys Drug IEIt Y IIl3BB I American Wire Fence GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in n position to get tho latest market quotations at any time This cau bo accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received Cull or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Term for information regarding our special Far more Lino rate If you are not nt present enjoying telephone service we KontuokyTenneIllinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL TEL4CO- tattpaaenAaaJ t I WE I t P1r Come and ij IJ SON KYr 1 The Interior Journal BrANFORD KY Fun 26 1910 NEEDLES Robbins and Shuttles for all sewing machines at Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS MR EolWlLKINSON was in Lancaster Tuesday MR W M BRIGHT spent Wednesday In Cincinnati MR J A WALDEN of Doyle was In Tuesday J S HOCKKB was at London on this week ttMR A T NUNNELLEY has been etc week or more S C LACKEY of Harrodsburg tras here yesterday MRS W II RlQNEY and little dAUgh ter Ella are both sick MRS E C WALTON has been quite sick but Is convalescing MR a J SirrLK of London was here on business Tuesday MRS AWE PKNPLETON left Tuesday for Pinevillo to locate FlVB children of Mr and Mrs J B Camenlth are more or less ill MRS JOHN J McttOBEirrs has been indisposed for several weeks MRS J B PAXTON spent yesterday Vltb her parents at Lancaster DR E J DnoWN was In Louisville en professional business Tuesday CAPT T A ELKIN of Lancaster took yesterdays train here for Florida W 0 WALKER was over in Garrard looking after his Interests Wednesday Miss JENNIE DUNCAN of Lancaster visited her sister Mrs Charlotte War rcn REBECCA little daughter of Mr and Mrs Sam Robinson has been quite sick MRS RODUAN KKENON of Harrodi burg Is with her mother Mrs Mary Adams MRS J M OWBLKY of Mlddleaboro has been with her brother Mr Welch Rochester MR S B CALDWELL a prominent Paducah attorney was hero on legal btnlnen Tuesday ARNOLD FORMAN went to Lonlatlllo Wednesday take a course in Bryant btrattons Business College MESSRS J C EOBANKS and Earl Coleman went to Frankfort Wed nee dav to see the Legislators perform I fccAN STEPHENSON attended the banquet of McNeil lodge 5S6 F A M at Lebanon Junction on the 22nd MR C AT HARDIN the most popular Commonwealths Attorney in the State is here from Harrodsburg attending j courtMR R G JONES who has suffered a f great dual from a diseased jawbone went to Louisville to have an operation performedMESDAMES J W ADAMS and Robert Chappell of Corbin stopped over hero with friend on their way to Indianup oils to visit relatives TUB condition of Mr Geo B Saufley is not quite as good as at our last issue Ha is In a highly nervous state The rest of the sick are doing well DR JACKSON GIVENS tbo wellknown Pittsburg physician who has many ref atives In this county suffered a slight stroke ot paralysis but fa thought to berecoveringMR W R WALTON and Miller Walton are having a- delightful stay In Florida ant will- spend the rest of the Winter there Lexington Leader DR FRANK JoNL of Crab Orchard was here last week to see his father Rev Jesse Jones who was very III with the grip but is much better now London Sentinel LOCALS- TnoaouclInREnBlack Minorca eggs 1 per setting Mrs W II Wodren t o NEW line of wall paper and picture moulding just in J L Beazley Co TnE Q peepto trains running over tho now bridge at High Bridge by fall WANTEDcountrynvat hams sides shoulders jowls otcat tho Country Store TRY some pure r coal The coal that lasts Denhams Coal Yards Stanford and Rowland I I NAVE for ae agent several shares of stock in the Iluatonvlllo Na tional Bank JL C Walton s I WANTED Two boarders Mrs A P Hunn Stanford 2t WANTEOSomo nice fresh butter at the Country Store 30c per pound FOR SALEBayharness and runabout Apply to E C Walton PIANO FOR SALE Square variety Will sell cheap Apply at office PURE blockcoalDenhnma inrtown 0 Fort SALE Secondband heating stove Bargain if sold at once This office WANTED to trade o lumber for barn SipkTHREE suites of rooms the Odd Fellows building for rent Apply to- Ed Wilkinson 0 TUB INTERIOR JOURNAL man hopes to be at Lancaster court next Monday and further hopes to meet many friends and patrons of the paper TEN men and women were arrested In Somerset Saturday night most allot them for drunkenness Pretty good record for old booza WR have farms in Hardin county in 60ncre tracts to 000 acres and prices from 100 to 11000 These lands pro duce fine Burley tobacco Stanford Real Estate CoSDu GEORGE M REDDISH of Som erset stepfather of Dr T S Kennedy formerly of this place died white in Oklahoma prospecting He was n fine old gentleman and stood high In his pro fcssion r C J SIPPLB was in Moreland during the week and sold 100 barrels of Obelisk flour to a wholesale dealer there and bought four cars of fine hnyI and ono car of corn in tho el1rLon don Sentinel TUESDAYS Louisville Times contained a splendid picture of Mr Samuel WI Menefee formerly of this city but who Is forging to the front in Kansas CityI where bo has been made general manl1I ger of the StrombergCarlson Electrical Co 115ACRE farm three miles from Stanford on good pike and in splendid com muuity In high state of cultivation has a two etory frame dwelling new barn and all necessary outbuildings Place well watered and fenced Will sell at right figure Stanford Real Ea tatoCo 0 J NORTON FITCH chairman of the democratic committee of tho Eighth Congressional district has called a meeting on March 3 at Nicholasvillo for the purpose of fixing the limo and man ner of making tho nomination for Con gross Thus far only one candidate has announcedHon Harvey Helm of this place Tile fiscal court at its meeting hero Tuesday let tho contract for a bridge over tho Hanging Fork between tho Hustonvillu pike and McKinney Tho Cincinati Bridge Co was awarded the contract and tho price to bo paid is 1 300 500 of which is to bo donated by citizens of tho West End of tho county The remainder 800 is to be paid out of tho levy of 1912 OUR editors Frankfort letters aro greatly enjoyedby the thousands who twice each week peruse tho columns of the cheapest and best They tell in a concise way what the Legislature is doing and aro alone worth more than the price of the paper That our peo plo appreciate the I J Is shown in tho largo number of voluntary subscriptions tho number sometimes running up to a dozen a day NOT in the years 0 have on tho bench have I had such a time getting a grand jury remarked Judge M C Saufley to an I J man I excused man after man on account of sickness labia homo and more than double tho usual number wero summoned to select a jury from oJ Followiug is a list of who qualified H F Newland J F Cummlns J G Warriner E Pence Sr J L AndersonJR S der J II T J Ellis W G Acton Levi Bell W L and John Raney Mr Penco was gotdownand many witnesses are appearing be fore it dally No cases requring juries will be tried this court and the term will be an unusually dull one u just received our first installment of new Seehave suits Skirts and capes are this seasons newest creations and are I positively right in stylo and price We have novelty suite 8U and up Military capes 85 and up New Spring Skirts in the plaited styles See The Sui With The New Russian HARRIET SALTER will servo supper for tho dancers In Miss Florence True hearts diningroom tonight THOSE indebted to tho estate of Dr L B Cook mustsettlo at once or I will be compelled to collect the accounts bylaw Mrs L B Cook admx L B Cook THOSE Indebted to tho firm of Trlb ble Pence are requested to settle their accounts at once The firm has dissolved and their affairs must be straightened up W A Tribblo 0 L TimE Eureka Portrait CoMr M W Johnson president has moved its of fice into a room in the INTERIOR JOURNAL building The Stanford Real Estate Co has an office In the same building 0 TilE Moreland Dramatic Club of the Bellevue High School E L Grubbs ptuckybenefit of tho school library Admis lion lOc and IGc 80ACRB aboutseven miles from Stanford Land all cleared and In good state of cultivation aix room cottage barn double crib etc Right on pike close to good school house and church and in good community Well watered and fenced Price 2OCO Stanford Real Estate Co TONY CocvtcrA comedy drama In five acts Dont fail to see fHousevFebwill be given by tho Students and friends of tho Hustonvillu Graded School Proceeds for the benefit of school library Cornel THE initial meeting thenew Stanford brass band was held in Manager Ed Wilkinsons offices Monday night and tho members are much encouraged over Its prospects A number of bid band men among whom are three experienced cornetisU have consented toI help the younger members to get their first wind and with tho assistance tho community at largo and tho financial aid of those able to contribute the organization will bo a success from the start Nothing gives a town more eclat than a good band always ready when public or other occasion demands There Is plenty of talent hero to draw from A list of officers and members will bo given out after the next meet ingDEPAUWMrs r 0 Nannie Marrs Do pauw aged 79 died Wednesday after noon at the homo of her niece Mrs W G Withers of the infirmities of advanced age She was tho relict of Charles Depauw and the lost surviving sister of the late John Marrs editor of the Lancaster Record and Danville Advocate and an aunt of G W Doneghy of tho last named paper For many years Mrs Depauw had made her home with her relative Capt B F Powell in this county and was greatly beloved by his family Since early child hood she had been a member of the Christan church and her life and con duct was at all times commensurate with the teachings of her Maker After sew vices by Rev D M Walker at the home of Mr Withers at 10 oclock this morning the remains will be taken to Uanvillo and laid to rest in the ceme tery there Tills afternoon Feb 25th a 2 oclock there will bo an open see sion of tho Literary Society in the Stanford High School Admission free All patrons and more especially parents of High School pupils are earnestly r quested to attend It is no entertainment program but one such as we have In our regular rhetorical exercises Show the pupil teacher and school the warm glow of personal Interest and mutual help will result Show a per soncl regard for the work that is bein done for the uplift of tho child for tha- is tlio heart and motive of the school and its work There is a practical work being done In many lines of school activity about which the patron knows little Some one may say that If pu pals are given principles they will not inJThe Golden Rule can be learned and butlolearning to apply it and have not made a great success as yet Not robe nor queenly crown Nor halo fresh 1 I posteVIII ford R F D No1 Telephone No 72i T C BALL sold to W P Long a house and lot on theLancaatcr pike and to Solon Craig a house and lot in Macksville ATTENTION of Pythias Something doing all be present at 730 sharp Thursday Feb 24 T W Pen nington C C DOGS got into J T Dudderare sheep Wednesday night and killed 32 out of the flock of 45 Tho rest were maimed and so badly frightened that they will do no mare good MRS A D REID 0 is in Stanford to teacha short term in physical culture and elocution She is one of the most successful teachers in tho State The of the best towns of Kentucky other States speak in the highest terms of her work It Is claimed that the drills In the army and navy prolong life ten years Why not drill our girls and boys at home MATRIMONIAL Arlie Caughley and Miss Mollie Wilch er wero made one here Wednesday- C L Camden and Miss Jennie Hicks were made one at tbo homo of Squire J A Singleton in the Waynesburg section by that gentleman Tuesday- J R Calhoun a prominent young of the Forkland section of Boyle united irj marriage to Miss Maude of the same neighborhood Rev A Pike of Brodhead performed the ceremony Mr R G Hampton and Miss Minnie Sine surprised their many friends by driving to Lancaster Wednesday evening and having the nuptial knot tied They were accompanied by Miss Minnie Woods and Mr A L Pence So well did the contracting parties keep their secret that no one knew of their in tentions until yt terdoy morning when the word came that they were married The happy couple returned from Lancaster yesterday afternoon and they are for tho present domiciled at Mr Hamptons handsome homo on Logan Avenue The bride is one of Stanfords prettiest and sweetest young women She is highly accomplished and universally popular Mr Hampton Is a fine young man sober industrious and hone orable lie holds a responsible position with the L N and no man connect ed with that great corporation stands higher with the head officials They had been sweethearts for some time and now that their fpndest hopes are realized they should be and doubtless are very happy Their friends and they are many are showering congrat INTERIORrthem in wishing them all the happiness that can come their way Wo are that Mr and Mrs Hampton will likely locate at Lebanon Junction and should they do so Stanfords loss would be that enterprising little citys stain TOiACCO FARM FOR RENT I I desire to rant out for the prtflent year a imall tobacco farm 1C acrvi near GFOTB Unley county Good dwvlllar and burr WubursFOR SALE I Gover Hotel at Omb Orchard also uteri room Just noron street with post once ad- JoinIng and n cottage or offlce of three rooms Alrneteesary outbuildings tCrab aOVKH Orchard Ky J J BELDEN For house carriage und sign pnlntlng deeD trimwingeand boots made BtopotcrAldrldget blacksmith ihop West Main Bt Stanford Ky Phone No s 2X J J BELDBN When Hungry 070tOnrionf Keitaurnnt Iatncasbet stroet HtanforclK MenU served at nil hours up to llp K w licit place In town for n good quick meal Cooking to unit our customers our specialty Splendid now II nil of fancy Groceries Hot Coffee Sandwiches plot Huttcr milk and sweet milk ole nt nil tlinoe W AI CARSON Prop r Coat I SEVERANCE STANFORD 80undeetlSLatcraft Blouse L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin j Novelties Etc I Everything thats new good and desirable in belts bags hair srnamente jewelry etc Elastic belts variously trimmed and combined with leather arc the favorites New bags in tho large and medium sizes with strapped 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 largo assortment of coronet hair tins also coronet braid buckles and barrettes we pinsOurappreiatoHUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY Farmers Attention I Remember we carry the Hishest grade of FIELD SEEDS J I j The Genuine Oliver Plows9 AND A LARGE STOCK OF COLLARS 1IA1IES CHAINS ETC W E PERKINS 4 KyITinging Plumbing tieatinj I Dent let 1010 pose without having hot and cold water through yew house with a beautiful w- hitPorcelain Bath OutfitHave W K WARNER to install your country water works nit reasonable prices and guarantee we also carry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS Roofing awl- RodJilg Paints Call and see UB Telephone 188 W K WARNER Stanford Hy I E MCARTYTrei E C WALTON Pres L R HUG HEas AT Stanford Real Estate Coo Stanford KentticKy Farms and Town Property Handled on Commission StJcksan Muria Sold If you llavePeollCrty to Sell or Rent Notify Us l Write for Circular to39tLeR HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky 1Tinterior Journal j Ij Jfafcrrfintte Poe4OJeeet Stanford oil aMSnll skaee matter L4 N TIME TABLE NollSouthii r rt No a 8outhIO45 Arr- N0l4NOrth4S40A x MiNoWWP M i JOS S RICE Agont f A S PRICESurgoon Dontlst I STANFORD KENTUCKY Oboe over McRoberta Drug Store the Owsley Buildi- ngMASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No 00 FAMwillruoe1e- tatedcommunication on each first and UJrd Monday nights ofeach month at 13 clock in their hall on main ttrceet 8tan SordKy Member of inter lodge are Ira ttnully Invited to be present T W Pea- alagteuAOC n fall and Winter Stock Jlart your measure taken a tailor at ex porleBce Then your clo6hewhetheralo yrie business sun or the finest evening NOtbea will have that Individuality and fit which plainly Indicate they were made to Tew measure I will your meat n for extra trousers fancy vestopt snru1 and overcoat Fell and winter z avL pIn on hand readylor your Inspection I UO RUPLBY The Tailor Stanford Ky I r CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I 1 eaR urnlih the public with the best ailw H u the freshest ol cut dowers plants of I sail kind bulbs potted rowers on abort I sot1ee Iso make a specialtyof wreaths lee Jot funeral purposes In cotiuttotlon with the above I have nil todot vegetables on hand nt reasonable rtCCA OIiniBTMANOnKENItOUHEB ED IlUDllAKD PROR Stanford Ky iMwes Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 84 Office VS Insure with mo and be fully 1 prote- ctedCONCRETING 1 SW are In position to do all kinds of con seating as Work Pavements saA la fact we can make any thing from r down to A fence post We can serve yes promptly and guarantee Ur tclass prlcel1IAIeIw PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Mahoney fish Insurance and Real Estate All kinds of INSURANCE on all kiadd of property Only the JargI eat compauies represented Rates as lowjas can be Lad anywhere Jtanford Ky Phone 200 I fie LtBeasley CoI Uadeitisera and Embalir t ors Also Dealers in Fur ajture ratting tnug They I willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Righ STANFORD KENTUCKY t JC McClary miprtaker Embalmer and 9tm0r In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Ili- p RoaeePkoae3ltlr r I u FARMERS DBPARTMIMT Hogs went to 1065 in Louisville Fri day Fresh Jersey cow for sale JtT BinRaman Fity good ewes for sale W E Moss Lancaster FOR SALE1oo young ewes J H Newell Yosemite Ky Henry Anderson bought of John C Poppies a pair of flveyoar old mules for 375 FOR SALEMammoth Bronzo tur keys Very fine stock Mrs G C Lyon Hustonville Ky A C Hughes of Jacksonville IIi bought in Adair courtly a pair of mules for 400 and 21 cattle at 4 40 TOBACCO barn posts tier poles and Brawmner FOR SALE76 to 100 bushels of or chard grass seed Extra good 1CO per bushel B B King Moreland FOR SALE Pair of mules coming fouryearolds Well broke and ready for work Henry Anderson Stanford Joseph D Eads has bought 680oddr acres of hemp in this county at Sic Mr Eads represents E R Spears Sons of Paris FOR SALE25 three year old mules All broken and in good working order Call on or phone Logan Hubble Lan caster R F D No1 FOR SALEMy good black stallion Dick Wilkes by Gambetta Wilkes Good breeder and a horsdof much style and action F E Brawner Stanford R F D No3 G C P Cecil sold eight horses at the Lexington horse sales at 230 to 400 J T Huguoley sold six head a about the same price and John S Baughman one at 250 Advocate The Georgetown court Monday was a very dull one TJiere were only about 70 cattle on the market and none sold Mules were in demand however a number of them changing hands at 125 to 23750 At the disposal sale of the stud of saddle horses owned by Green Bros at Mt Sterling 26 sold for 6900 an av erage of 265 Lad For Me premium stallion was sold to fl H and J L Wade of Trenton for 1410 There were 1500 cattle on the mar ket at Mt Sterling Monday and trade was good 1000 pound steers brought 5c yearling steers 5c heifers 3c to 4Jc cows 3 to 4c bulls li to 3Jc W B Young sold to Leon Duval of Kan gas City a 3 year old black Jack for ooBARGAIN257 710 acre farm about five miles from town on good pike 1 mile from school church and store 100 acres fine tobacco land Nine room brick residence 240barrel crib shed granary silo barns etc Fencing good and place well watered Nine I never falling springs cement troughs I etc In a splendid neighborhood Stan ford Real Estate Co A Lexington dispatch says Twenty milkers at J B Haggina dairy estab lishment on his Elmendorf Stock Farm struck for higher wages They were getting 25 per month and demanded 30 Three hundred cows ready to be milked were left untouched Toe places of the strikers were filled before the day was over without serious inconven ience to the management HourIs when you do some great deed or discover some wonderful fact This hbur came to J RPiu Rocky Mtt N Ct when he was suffering intensely ho 1138Hfrom tho worst cold I ever had I then proved to my great satisfaction what a wonderful Cold and Cough cure Dr Klqga New Discovery is For after taking one bqttle 1 was entirely cured You cant say anything too good of a medicine like that Its the surest and best remedy for diseased Ijngs Hemorrhages LtOrippe Asth ma Hay Fever t r any throat or lung trouble 50cl Trial bottle trcoI Guaranteed by Peonys Drug Store o It is not likely that the Frankfort in vestigation of bribery will find any Senator guilty The work was too well done for that But the public has seen the political buzzards hanging over Frankfort and that is enough No matter what the committee reports the verdict of tho public will be guilty but not proven Elizabethtown News Someone remarked that the noise of the PowersEdwards campaign would be so loud that it would be heard from the Great Lakes to the Gulf Yes and that isnt the worst The stenchwill be so fierce that the Italians in New York City will nor be able to tell the difference between garlic and sweet peasLondon Democrat If your stomach is continually kick ing up a disturbance you feel bloated and distressed if you belch gas and soul food into the mouth then you need Mi ona Stomach Tablets Guar anteed by G L Penny at Soc =A ONEHUNDRED 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 Estate Co The loss from wear and tear andsblp wreck of precious metals has es timated at two tons of gold and 100 tons of silver yearly Perrys proof that ho reached the North Pole were called for by the Nav al Conmitteeof the House Here and There Senator Ben Tillman of South Cam lina continues to show signs of im provementBecause a shortage said to be 144 000 was discovered in the accounts of the City National Bank of Cambridge Mass that institution was closed by order of the Controller of the Currency and National Bank Examiner Ellis S Pepper was appointed temporary re ceiver Notice To CIaim ntsJIThose having claims against th the late J W Llntlilcum will properly verified to me at ease Those ow ng the estate will pUaso settle Immediately Ft M WARE MoKlnney Ky Stock of Merchandise for Sale- I desire to sell privately my stock o Qro eerie and a good bust ness Will invoice about tiJXO Ileason 111 health OEO D IIOPPKH Htanford Ivy FARM FOR SALE I I A No1 Farm of 163 acres House has fors loodbarnland U about halt Virgin Holt adapted to raising grass hay corn wheat oats hemp and tobacco and 11011 tn grate except about 30 acres and Is on the pike near Rood schools churches and depot and hash good orchard and outhouses Lock lax oel Stanford Ky A W CURD AUCTIONEER Burgin KentucUy I am a graduate of Jones National School ext Stock Yard Chicago where we sold some thoroughbreds as high an I1MO Also In horse sales wbere 8uO sales were nude each day Auctioneering Is a science and I have studied It with thIs Ids See or phone we I can ImakoaalettoyouradvanUEe PHONES9U NEW MUSIC 1 line of vo cal audlnstrumentalmusioan old at rIO Will order any apodal piece de lured For sub a at Shugars EX Tanners Drug Stors Stanford Kentucky EXECUTORS SALE OF LAND As Kxecutor of Monroe Ourtl deed sell nt public outcry to tho hl hat bIdder before the courthouse door In Stanford Ky at about Y oclock on MONDAY MAIIOH HlOIQ county court day his late home on the Danville pike Property U about three mile from Stanford and Is bounded br elands of Mrs Mettle White J n IUlton and the Danville pike Lies opposite the I farm of TA Rice and contains by tbe deed I 29 acres I rood and 18 pole or land has ou I It a cottage barn and necessary outbuild lug spring Nice home convene iently located and fertile land Sale will be made on credit of t month with Interest ate per cent from day of sale Purchaser will be required to execute note Kith approved personal security and a lien will be retained prlvliege given upon compliance with terms of sale PM xr Monroe Corm Dinwiddie Co Hustonville KYat Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods TWO DAILY BETWEENLOUISVILLE AND ST LOUIS VIA i373i 1rQSTEp strictlyforbidpassing on our place and will prosecute vi Rutchenbac14BrosFre Mlburn Gooch N II Ilunimor NunnelleyJJ K llruce DavId Stevens JoltnOnmeuUch WmOordlor Dnn Traylor M D Klmore notllbOllck Kml Hnmiorf Ji T Thompson D M Anilornon Jlt Manor Mr and Mri Jas II Kndi A Kilmin MriNJ Morton wlnnWnovo Fotbllr Leo 1rti1Perry HIIlIaugbmonUrlnhMrs Margaret hoochJacobtinnder 100 O o I 10 nl W HTrnylor Ham Roberts ufurtMAmend Schaefer KT JJcaall A It Mntbeny blrsJIiOwdeyatHTHnrrls KO watklni JU Hundley It HOrow Mra Nannlo DOooo U IT Mnfllili Anderson Oarr Anton Honeckor VonOruenlgnT nORrpenterVJohn H lo D Hflvler Christian Jacob Tom Kerrtli leykAlexK II Denbam henry Itlddor H O Anderson W U Oooch GUI Clclul TAltlcoReuben Curtis Chris Uamonlseh Hpoonnwor9rUrlme8tJJlloltlclawIt KflnliiM Mri Muttlo White Mil Mary Topple W K Keeton Janiei ilossor A I ThoDlP OIl HENRY WATTERSONSPAPER Weekly CourierJournal JND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In tbe United States have not heart of the OonrlerJonrnal Democratic In alt thing fate In all thing clean In all things It U essentially family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to of fee the WEEKLY OOOBIKBOUBNAl one yearend this paper for tbe prIce named above Bend yoor subscription for tbe com bination to usnot tc the urI4rTour Bring Your Printing To INTERIOR JOURNALOffice Best Work x LowestPrices tL B OTCOTT STANFORD KYrI Will pay you fijc for lions 8210 per dozen for Guineas 25 to 35c for Scrap Iron 5 to 7o for Rubber TaKe Him Your Produce THURMAN K TUDOR Manager LOW FARES TO THE WEST TRAINS The 15l910fares will be on sale via The HBNDRRSON ROUTE to California and North Pacific Coast Points from Louisville Ky to AngelesSanPhoenix Ariz from Louisville Ky to Portland Seattle Everett and Spokane SIMILAR LOW FARES TO OTHER PACIFIC COAST POINTS For Full Information write J P GARDNER 0 PA or R F PENN T PA LOUISVILLE KY TWO TRAINSDAILY BETWEEN LOUISVILLEAND ST LOUIS I VIA MAF3CH I TO APRIL 15 II IQI AT COST We still offer you our stocK of pHWintei Goods At Coat During The Month of Feb a Sam Robinson Next Door to Lincoln County Bank Stanford Dir 1 OURnI BUGGIESARE OPENED UP AND READY FOR YOU TO LOOK AT ALLvNew StockINothing Carried ttlrn4li1 weH HIGGINSIStanford Kentucky t Dont FailTo Get our prices OOITobacco CanvassWe Have the PRICE and tho goods L L SANDERS I Crab Orchard Ky It B MAHONEY Free J T WHITE Secy W S FISH Tress The Citizens Realty and 1 Title Co I A 1- I farms houses nnd lots for rent sale or exchange Persons desiring quick sales or purchases iff realty of all kinds Call on or write us at STANFORD KY Promptness and Reasonable Commission Our Specialty Phone 200j The WintryBlastsMay I j And the Rain and Snow f1bUI your stock will keep warm in Nunnelleys NiW Stock Yards i i Plenty of Covered Pens and Feed t and Water Best marketJp the tate So bring them on Court DaJ 4 wad Monday 1 M BpuCE AseisUnh I rl r