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Despondency caused Belford Owens, n Winchester stono mason, to end his life. Tho government building at Lexington will bo improved to tho extent of 180,000. It Is possible to accommodato comfortably 300,000 persons In tho Now York hotels at one time. Mr. and Mrs. J. II Craft, of Larue, this State, have 60 living grandchildren and 12 Leo Sutton, traveling salesman of New Carlisle, O., died at Richmond after a short illness, of pneumonia. Two boys were Bhot in riots in Philadelphia growing out of tho street car strike, and nro not expected to recover. The pattern storchouso of tho plant of tho Colorado Fuel and Iron Co was destroyed by fire. Loss Min-ncq- 25, 1010. NO. 104 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. Uingold, nged 76, Is dead at Abraham Mr. WlTTlllTo vlilted rela Harrudsburg. Stanford Saturday. George Vaught, aged 2G, Is dead at Mrs. Paralco Murphy la spending Mils week with Wm. Mulllna and wife, near his homo in Junction City. Ezra Burgr, of Louisville, suicided Lebanon. Aa a nronhet tho (found hoir of Ken at Lnwrenceburg while on n visit to a tucky, whero thoy ero plentiful, la friend. citizen Perry Langford, n aure tlio limit. About the only ono on tho alek list of Scienco Hill, Pulaski county, is dead, near here now la Mr. J. W. Powell, aged 30. David Owens, aged 81, and a Mexican who has a severe cold. Tom Cooper was arrested Saturday soldier, is dead in the Bourbon section Rrand of Pulaski. for assaulting tho Milton, four years old, son of T. T. child of Lucy Ualdock, also colored. Some night prowlers havo been visit Covington, of Bichmond, died after a ' inir chicken houses out in tho country brief illness. Tho homo of Joe Noe, in tho Fork-lan- d Guess they aro boycotting tho meat section of Boyle, burned, together trust. Several candidatos aro taking degrees with most of tho contents. In our Masonic Lod?o Thi work was James Steely, aged 22, had his leg continued Saturday evening until near cut olf by a freight train near Williams burg. He was "hoboing' and slipped I . midnight. G. W. Coppago has bought tho atock in attempting to get off. Central University by defeating Von of goods of B. V. BJrlngton & Co , on tho Fork at J nek town, und has taken dcrbilt by the score of 62 to 28, is the undefeated Southern champion of the posiOMion. Frank Vaughn returned Saturday intercollegiate basketball. A splendid residence in Danville, from a business trip through Marion county In tho interest of Myers and owned by Miss Jean Warren and oc Only cupied by Harold Hays, burned. Vaughn, live atock dealers, Bcv. W. S. Willis' subject at the 12,000 insurance was carried. The annual 22d oratorical contest beChristian church, Hustonville. Sunday tween the Chamberlain nnd Deinologl-a- n morning will bo "Hypnotism and Literary Societies of Central UniNo scrvlcos at night. A largo crowd is assured tho play. versity was won by Jack McChord, of Tony tho Convict, Bt Alcorn'a Opera Springfield. John S. Van Winkle, Col. I. M. Dun Houno Friday night, 25. Bettor get reand H. D. Stiles havo formed a partserved scats early from Crit BifTa. Mr. and Mrs. Dowd McCarley left nership and havo broken ground for a Tuesday for their homo at Okolona. monster loose leaf tobacco warehouse Miss , being completely disgusted with at Danville. Circuit Clerk Ben Casey Allin. of the fierce ground hog weather in KenHarrodnburg, is being urged by his tucky, Dr. Cook, tho Arctic explorer, hav-n- g friends to make the race for clerk of been fired from tho club he found- tho Court of Appeals on the next demed, has left Chili on another expedition, ocratic ticket, and it is more than likely and they do say that ho is headed for that ho will maku his formal announcement within the next few days, says a Kentucky. Before another advance some exeep dispatch. Hon. Ben Leo Hardin, of Harrods-burg- , tional bargains can bo secured in somo had a narrow escape from having s farms, with improvefine ments. Call on or writo for particulars his eyes put out by tho explosion of a to W. K. Williams & Co., Hustonville, cartridge in h pipe ho was smoking. While enjoying his favorite cob pipe an Ky. The Hustonville Christian church is explosion took place in tho bowl, blowplanning for a great meeting to be held ing it from his mouth and singeing his by tho noted evangelist, James Small, faco. By somo mistake a short 22 caliof Kansaa City, and the great ainging ber cartridge had been placed in his toevangelist, A. W. Shaffer. The meet bacco jar and ho loaded the same in his ing is to begin Ang. 2Sth and will run pipe with tho tobacco. The sudden and shocking death over three Sundays. Tho church and of of Engineer Dudderar in the wreck at tho minister deslro tho all tho churches In the West End in Waddy caused universal sorrow to his thli meeting. Thoy hope all will noto many friends in this city. A man of the time and avoid arranging any con- excellent parts, brave, resourceful and flicting meetings that all tho surround- thoroughly reliable, his death comes as ing country may hear theso famous a most deplorable misfortune both to evangelists. Let all plan and also his family and to tho company for work and pray together for a great re- whom ho ao devotedly labored for over vival in our midst. W. S. Willis, pas- -' 20 years. Zan Dudderar was exceptionally intelligent and thoroughly comtor, C. W. Adams, secretary. His record as un engineer panionable. A trio of country boys visited Junction City rocently and ono was so pro- was most excellent and his untimely foundly crazed by tfia stud imbibed end, brought about by an open switch, that offensivo aggressiveness provoked is all tho more deplorable. He was u a gentleman to turn loose a battery member of tho Christian church and tho ' ? and the ono decorous member of the Masonic fraternity. Peace to hia ashthree caught a bullet, but fortunately es. Anderson News. the wound is slight. The youngster CHURCH MATTERS. who provoked tho shooting was still ruining steadily the next morning fully Services at tho Methodist church Satten miles from the scene. His first halt urday night, conducted by Uev. D. W. was mado with a plungo against a door Bobcrtson. of a country score with such forco as Elder Granville Lipscomb, ono of the to break the fastenings. He, however, most prominent ministers of the Chrishai sensa enough to realize the danger, tian church, died at his home in Nashand stagger off for aid to repair it. It ville. is currently (reported that a good girl is The services at tho protracted meetready to be married to him just as soon ing at Logan's Creek church will begin which he can as he can find a home at 7 o'clock Monday night next, and rent. continue through tho week. article In a late Issue of tho Lou An Rev. Hiram Johnson, an aged antrl isville Post headed, "Trouble Ahoad well known Baptist preacher. Is dead in for Camnitz" Is certainly tho limit on Laurel county. He was the grand-fathe- r fake news. The statement that Cam of County Attorney II. J. Johnson, nitz "had not been sent or even ofTered of that county. a contract" is either an intentional Rev. J. J. Dickey will go to Rich misstatement of facts or the dope of a mond Saturday, to supply is prejudicial becausu of t cheap fan that the pulpit for Rev. D. W. Robertson, the fact that Kentucky furnished the presiding elder, who willofllciato in sacchampion ball pitcher of tho world in ramental services hero Sunday. 1909. On Fab. 7 Mr, Dreyfuss handed Cider J. N. Henaon, who recently re Camnitz a contract to sign at a real signed as cashier of Bank of Marshull yuar. county, i nice advance in salary over last at Benton, to enter the minisAfter showing, the contract to friends try, has been called to the Baptist und thoroughly considering the oiler,, church at Gilbcrtsvillo and accepted. he returned It unsigned and asked for a Rev. W. 0. Stanley, father of Con little further advance. Mr. Oreyfuss gressman Owsley Stanley, of Hendersays regarding the Cuban trip that Mr. son, has accepted the pastorate of tho Camnitz was not in his employ at the Christian church at Burksvillo, Cum time, and he Had a right to go berland county. He was for many ho wanted, but that a ban years pastor of tho Christian church in where will be in futuro contracts cutting ont Danville. such trips. Preparations are being made for an laymen's meeting to bo hold in Struck A Rich Mine. W. Hoods, of Coal City, Ala., Danville March 2. On tho Tuesday S. says he struck a perfect ml no of health night preceding, a banquet will be givla Dr. K(og's New Life Pills fur they en to all laymen In tho city interested cured him of Liver and Kidney trouble in mission work. The meeting is tho after 12 yeara of aufTorbg. They tiro outgrowth of thegrcst laymen's meetthe Lost plUs oq earth tor Consttpa ing held in Louisville. Sevoral speak tlon, Malaria, Headacbo. Dyspopsla, ers of note will deliver addresses. There will bo held at McCorroack's Debility 25o at Penny's Drug Store Christian church on March Cth and 6th Three men were killed, two instantly, a Sunday school institute under the aus when yard engine No. 3 of the Louis- Dices of the Kentucky Christian Bible Walter E. Frazee ville & JtfTersoflvllle Bridge Co., at- School Association. n will be in charge and will give a tached to a train of 17 cars, jumped the oa the life of Christ. lecture track ta the yank at Preston ami The public U cordially invited to attend II nt ttiaa tuMtltura. P. W. C.' WaafciBRtea akeeW, Loakvllle. tlves well-knowblue-grasall-dastere-optieo- 0H EflttliY EASTEKl 4 Calls For !! 22 44 Early Spring Suits. I - ;JOur line, full of "Snappy" Stylish, all wool suits, 2made by the best tailors in Amsrica, is open for? 24wrii ror ao4 -ki Ao Untm ffilan avt-'-j r?r itrt oi4 12 electing some "Nobby" patterns, especially in i - $1,000,000. The Supreme Court of Appeals handed down n decision debarring Negroes from using tho title "Knight of Pythias" in Georgia. Mrs Maggie Arms attempted to build a fire with coal oil at her homo near Paris, when tho oil exploded and burned her to death. Joo Stanley, utility outfielder, and Del Howard, utility inflelder of the Chicago National League Baseball Club, were sold to Louisville. The championship battlo between James J. Jeffries nnd Jack Johnson on July 4th, for a purse of $101,000, will be fought in San Francisco. Two persons were killed, two fatally injured and 20 others slightly hurt in a collision of a Union Pacific passenger train nnd a street car in Denver. An indictment against the Latonin Agricultural Association, charging it with permitting gambling at its racetrack, was dismissed nt Covington. Two women wero killed and ono man fatally injured when tho California Limited train on the Santa Fe railroad crashed into an automobile near Los Angeles. Tho resignation of Adjt. Garnett Ripley, of the First Kentucky Regi- menthas been received by tho State Military Department, and accepted by the Governor. Mrs. Emma Clcndenning Perkins, former president of tho Kentucky State Federation of Women's Clubs, dropped dead in the dining room of tho Burnet House in Cincinnati. The State of West Virginia won a substantial victory in the Supreme court over tho State of Maryland in their dispute over the boundary lino between the two States. By reversing the decision of the Su preme court of Alabama, tho Supreme court of the United States declared unconstitutional tho Alabama statute levying nn annual franchise tax on for eign corporations doing a business in d ? ?Jthat are so good this season. n NOTICE that distinctive fit around the collar that? 1 4 Is 4 j? jjclothes have and you will wonder why you have;? 2? 4 i i Hart Schaffner & Marx W J 2? S?not worn them sooner. 2! J TTCilWll9 STANFORD. KENTUCKY. !HE s? 4 ! MIDDLEBURG. the State. At Waco, Texas, Charles Franks, a barkeeper, shot and killed Josie Dono van, fatally wounded Roy Anderson and Lulu Holt and then killed himself. Franks entered the building and saw Anderson talking to tho Holt woman, and mistaking him for another man, opened firo. Out of 56 men who returned to their homes in Boylo county after the Mexi Some Nice Things Papers are Saycan war, only two aro now living. Thoy ing Over the State of the Sale aro Col, L. II. Rousseau, who was colo STANFORD, KENTUCKY Of the I. J. nel of tho 12th Kentucky in the Civil War, and Capt. Caleb Tartar, both of Shelton M. Saufley, a member of tho ORGANIZED IN 1882. whom are 85 years of ago and reside in Frankfort News staff, oneoftho "livest CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. that county. young newspaper men in tho State, The Supreme Court of Ohio, in a case SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. Stanford INTERIOR tho brought up from Guernsey county, has purchased E. C. Walton. He will HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Journal from handed down a decision to tho effect chargo of the paper at tho close all saloonists in "dry" counties take that Judging Combias7AbioIuteSafety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety of the Legislative session. who aro selling "near beer" must pay by the splendid work he has done on Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. tho Aiken liquor tax of $1,000 a year. tho Frankfort papers, the people of About $1,000,000 is involved throughout may look forward for Lincoln county the State, and the decision is admitted a big imprrovement in the Journal when to bo a blow at tho liquor interests. OFFICERS.. DIRECTORS. he takes hold. Shelbyvlllo News. Ad Wolgast, of Cadillac, Mich.. F. Reid, J H. Baughman. Saufley, who has boon en- I. S. Ilocker, President;, Shelton M. wrested tho lightweight championship M. D. Elmore, J. M Pettut, S. T, Harris, gaged In newspaper work in Frankfort of the world from Battling Nelson in , H. C. Baughraan, . F, Cummins, . McRoberts, Cashier; for a number of years, has bought tho John the 40th round of a scheduled 45 round S. T, Harris, no. C. Robinson, Stanford, and U. C. Baughraan. Asst. Cash'r E. C. Walton, battlo at Richmond, Cal. Referee Ed Interior Journal, of J. S. Hocker, In a few Smith saved the erstwhilo champion will tako charge of the paper W.W.Saunders, Bookkeeper. C. . Tate. weeks. Mr. Saufley is one of tho most tho stigma of a knockout by stopping tho contest after Nelson had received prominent newspaper men of tho State i,y"nng.v a beating such as ring follow and is sure to continue the Interior 0 era maintain never before was seen in Journal as one of the leading papers Record. a prize ring. Nelson was on the verge of Kentucky.-Ca- diz of a collapse when the bout was stopStaggers Skeptics. ped. that a clean, nice, fragrant com TO THB pound llko Bucklon's Arnloa Salve Life on Panama Canal will Instantly rollevo a bad burn, cut, Has had ono frightful drawback-malari- a scald, wouud or piles, staggers skeptrouble that has brought suffering Uut great cures provo Its a wonand death to thousands Tho germs tics. of the worst sores, ulcers, ON SALE DAILY chills, fevor and ague, bllllous-nes- i, derful boaler eczema, skin eruptions, causo bolls, fnlons, laundico, lassitude, woakness VIA as also chapped hands, sprains und and general debility. But Klectrla HitTry It. 25c at Penny's Drug corns. ters aovor fall to destroy them ar-t; old-tim- e W. P. Wall tracked 13 pole cats to a den last week and captured them without difficulty. As fur is high, he got a nico sum for their pelts. Our roads aro too bad to write about, to say nothing of traveling over them. Why don't our authorities take them in hand and stop the heavy hauling over them when they aro wet and soft T As a weatier prognostlcator thn ground hog seems to have taken the cake, and should have taken the bakery S: H. SHANKS. PRESIDENT' W M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, as well. We havo no recollection of J. W. ROCHESTER. ASST. CASH "measley" spell J. B. PAXTON. having seen a more H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER of weather than the one we have just HVYS FOSTER, CLERK. passed through. Tho graded school here is about the OIREOTORSi best thing this town ever had The highly pleased with tho W. 0. Walker, Stanford; trustees are S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter.Stanford work that is being dono and the patrons John B. Foster, Stanford; W. H. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Ran- speak in tho highest terms of Its effikin, Lancaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; W. II. Traylor, ciency. The school is full up and has Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. been ever since it opened last SeptemH. Cummins, Preachersvillc; Lilburn ber. With a splendid school building, Gooch, Gilberts Creok. teaching and a faithwell equipped for a ful corps of teachers, Middleburg has school of which her people are justly proud. 2'n!:'i Capital, Hart Schafiner & Marx Qotfaes.fl ff """:":"?rirMKMUMtt 'ssss'sasj 4 Che Cincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Surplus, Resources, $50,000.00 43,000.00 340,000.00 - FIRST NATIONAL BANK, 1J 1 1 ""y 1 X 4 "1 WINTER TOURIST TICKETS SOUTH and SOUTHEAST ' euro malaria troubles. "Three bottles completely cured meo( a very severe attack of uularla," writes Wm. A. r retwoll, of Lucama, N. C, "and I've had good health ever slnoe." Cures Stomach, Liver and Kidney troubles and prevents typhoid. We. aiiara&ld by Peaay's Drug Store. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31... 1910 IL During 1909, according to a statement received from the auditor of pub lic accounts by County Clerk I'aton, Stf. ,lwdItrittB. '' Antra tlaatroveu sheen in Bourbon coun ty valued at Sl.ltf.24. Thw amount of money collected for dog tax was 68 per cent of Uw total, whlob Is bow rtady C KINQ. For Fall PartlcaLrt, call oa, or wrilt P. & T. A.. 101 B. M.I. Su UiIim, Kj. '.I t cjji "t sijJUfe. J - JfcftjjPjIJTilMiljia" Mii'tttfVii"ti ''-- . - ...-- - -- 5Nc mMHg& V "'WWTVf tative for four lT' -- j"- 7 Ffr I " """W rWPi "T, liTy'i' !'. twiwr" 'J rrt r ""r-ry-j ,j The Interior Journal.' 3HELT0N M. SAUFLEY, HON. HARVEY HELM ol Lincoln conntr, l i candidal for for dongrcea from the KlRhth district, nulijcct to the action of the demo-erntparty. lf POLITICAL GOSSIP AT TUB CAPITAL DY TUB EDITOR. Frankfort, Feh. 23. After a four days' recess the. members of tho General Assembly came back to Frankfort to day and will try to accomplish something during the remaining daja of the session. Final adjournment will.be taken on March 16. As the rules of both Houses provide that the ilulcs commit-te- o of each has chargo during tho last 15 days of tho session, those who arc not "next" to that powerful clique, will have to do some strenuous hustling to get by with any bills that the Rules body might approvo of. As Representative Shanks is one of tho Rules committee, anything that affects Lincoln county will be well taken care of. Until the last ten days of the session, the Legislature can pass any measure it desires over tho veto of the Governor, if it desires. Appropriations and other bills which might be endangered by the executive ax will doubtlessly bo pushed through in a hurry by the Rules committees 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 dajs without the Governor's signature, unless he vetoes it. Within the last ten days before adjournHe ment, tho Governor is has threatened to kill any appropriation bill which does not provide tho 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 within 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 dissertations on the subject, one would think that criminals ought to be sent to at a kindergarten or Sunday-schoo- l State expense rather than to be given real punishment for their rtisdeeds. Many of the improvements suggested are really meritorious, but a large part can be cut out, and should bo cut out, both for the benefit of the and the surer reformation of and realization by the prisoners that they are not sent to tho penitentiary to enjoy flowery beds of ease, but to pay the The hard penalty of their wrong-doing- . more comforts added to the prison life, the less terror it will have for the criminally inclined. Some necessary improvements should be made, but much good is being done under present conditions in the Kentucky penitentiaries, and there seems little occasion for the pending of a half million dollars more money on them just of the at this time. tax-payetax-paye- A bill Is pending bsfore the New York Legislature to require tha flag things quietly, but has kept In touch displayed at polling places on election with affairs for his people and made himself very popular. Doth received day. Local option was sustained in the good committee assignments and arc recognized as two of the substantial Virginia Legislature when the Myers bill calling on a popular election to do- and reliable, men of tho lower House. ' prohibition was report-- 1 cido State-wid- e STATE FARMERS' INSTITUTE. Tho Stato Farmers' Institute is in ed unfavorably. Tho Indian appropriation bill was session hero this week. A member of passed by tho National House. Tho the StatelOoard of Agriculture is to be elected from tho Fifth Appellato dis- bill as finally disposed of carried an eg' trict, in which Lincoln county lies, and grcgato of over $3,220,000, exclusive of the packing of tho county farmers' in- I $390,000 payable from trust funds. Col. James Gordon, the venerable stitutes last year is said to havo been for the purpose of securing delegates Senator from Mississippi, celebrated his last official day in the Senate by favorable to one or tho other candidates presiding over that body for nn hour for tho place. The election of a secretary of the State Fair, held annually at Wednesday while Senator Drown, of was delivering his speech on Louisville, hangs in the balnnco, and Nebraska, income tux. goes whichever way the Stnte Doard tho I Tho President issued proclamations goes. Tho candidates for State Fair secretary aro J. W. Newman, who has declaring that the following countries had the place for two terms, and Hu- arc entitled to tho minimum ratM of bert Vrceland, Commissioner of Agri- customs dutiestunder the.Payne-Aldrlc- h culture under tho last democratic ad act: Morocco. Ahvelnin. British Gui ministration. At this writing every- 'ana, Guatemala, Ecuador Bolivia, l'o- thing seems to favor the latter for the 'ru, Chili, Greece, Portuguese India, Ma place. Or, C. M. Thompson, of King's cao, Timor, Cape Verde Islands, AngoMountain, is the delegate from Lincoln la, Portuguese Guiana and St. Thomas county to tho Institute, and no better and Prince Islands. man could have been sent here. It is reported from New York that S. M. S. tho general opinion prevails that on Col. Roosevelt's return he will insist on Leroy Percy, of Greenville, was tho nomination of William Locb, Jr., chosen United States Senator from for the governorship and will have his Mississippi on the G8th ballot of tho way. Tho republicans believe that the democratic caucus by a majority of five only chance they have of saving a mavotes over former Gov. Vardaman. jority in tho House through the fall When balloting was resumed Tuesday elections is by Roosevelt taking the night all of the candidates withdrew stump, and if ho consents to do this ho with the exception of Percy and Var- can have anything ho wants in daman, the voto showing Percy 87 and Vardaman 82. The nomination is equivalent to election. Objects to Roller Skating on PaveA deleoation of prominent Kentucky Negroes, headed by Dr. C. H. Parrish, of Louisville, called upon President Taf t and urged the appointment of Albert S. White as minister to Hay-t- i. The delegation was introduced by Senator Bradley. The appointment was urged on the grounds of tho satisfaction it would afford the people of Kentucky, especially tho Negroes. publican, who got In on the Willson landslide. He, like Pittman, has taken yer, replacing a re- POLITICAL, ""i i, W I - mr longworth Edcrhcimcr, Stein & Co. p$L Vk.li m ments. FINAL EFFORT FOR UNIT DILL. h' From now until tho first of March the temperance workers will make their final effort for the passage of the County Unit Extension bill. They still have some hope; at least the more enthusi aatlc 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 saddle in tho Senate, it is all over as far as the Unit bill is concerned there, so there would be no use passing it in the Bouse. It may be done, however, just to put the members In the lower branch on record. Tho Rules committee in the House is composed of a majority of friends of the measure, but in the Senate the opposite is true. Talk of bribery in connection with 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 character can bo learned, A charge of bribery is very difficult to prove whervlwth parties to the affair keep (helrrnouths shut. There is no mors talk of expelling Senator Jeff Watkins for talking about the rumors relative to the matter, though. The papers in Watkins' district have declared that thoy will send him right back, and heap still further honors upon him, if tho 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 Bogle, of Garrard. What a contrast between the gentleman from Hoyle this session and the one who misrepresented Uoylo last session! Quiet and unassuming, Mr. Pittman has, nevertheless, always been Asserting that he took part In the asen his job, and has loyally reflected the sassination of Elizabeth. Empress of wishes of his constituents. Mr. Uogie Austria, in 1898, Christian Keppler suris Garrard's first democratic Represen rendered to the police of Cincinnati. Will you give public notice to a daily nuisance on the pavements of our eltyl That is children blockading the pavements on roller skates, making hideous noises, frightening horsesjand running the risk of collision with each other and with passers-b- y and endangering their own lives and the lives of others. My horso has been severely scared several times and has almost upset the BY a vote of 16 to 12 the Watkins will be only a short time county unit bill was run to earth and buggy. It strangled in the Senate, to the discred- until some one is dangerously hurt or a life lost and the town sued for damit of the democrats be it said. ages. The city council should take steps at once to stop this nuisance and Bobbin's Plea For The Birds. fine those continuing to commit same. ' I There are three principal kinds of Tax Payer bird known as game birds. They take their respective names from their habits. First, the enmpestres, from campus, 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 tho farmer in destroying insects and seeds of obnoxious weeds. They never take up young corn, although they are wrongfully acHow can I collect what is owing me? This is the all important question cused of doing so. I have been engag- with ever merchant, wholesale firm, busineoB and profewional men, fared in farming and fine stock raising for mers and, in fact, ever one Never has the question been so four decades and formerly owned many prominent iu the businem world ns it is today. Tho loss of a few accounts covies of birds on a preserve, and I ma eat up your profit in luieiness: the iailuro to collect a noto makes you know they never take up young corn. that much poorer; not being able, or in a position, to give tho proper atThey arc entirely harmless and are of tention, knowledge or experience to tho adjustment or examination into some great use to the farmer and are a de- claim in which you havo an interest may cauno you tho loss of many dollars. light to the true farmer and naturalist. Our province and our business is to help you in these mnttcrs. Whether it If I have any left I would not have) is a NOTE or ACCOUNT you aro not able to collect; or whether it is some them killed for a dollar apiece. They claim in which you have nn interest which needs looking into carefully, we camp at night in covies on the ground are prepared U do it, and do if promptly. This is our bueiuesn; we make it and fall an easy prey to foxes and oth- a study: We have the facilities and we have the experience, und the fact that er kinds of rapacious animals, and to we have collected many dollars which were given up ns lost, id ono of our hawks in day time. In tracking a red best argument in favor of what wo can do. Our terms aro reasonable, uud fox in the snow I saw where ho had wo make no charges unless we collect: We make collections anywhere in the caught two one night out of a flock. United States. We recently collected an account for a firm in tho adjoining They roost in a huddle with heads all county against a muu iu California. If you have a claim which needs looklooking out and listening for approach- ing after, or a note or account which you want collected, no matter how ing danger. They ran't see at night lurge or how small, or where the parties live, tend it to us. We (solicit your and with their many enemies 'tis a business. Bank references. wonder that any escape. As it is thoj are nearer extermination now than ever before. Tho other birds aro sylvestres, from sylva, wood. They are pheasants. WOODSON MAY, Mgr., They bud in early spring and never eat grain. Thelra is a plant and bud diet. They roost upon tho ground, but not in a huddle, but each bird to himself, tho' near eachother but not touching. They TO THE FARMERS. are almost exterminated. Tho third I offer my aervlcea to the people of Linkind of birds are the aquatics, as mal coln county ua uo auctioneer. Hatlifucllon 1 wlllcontlnue to handle Fertlllierelntbe II. W. McWIIUUTKll, my lards and ducks of all kinds of a wild guaranteed. Moreland, Ky., 11. K. 1). Ho. ) Jumbo and MoKlnuey leetlou I and nek. old putrone to remember me. uleuuakttio nature. Theyfrom aqua water frequent llealdence. TurneriTllle. patronage 01 many new euiiomere. w. V. niil tw71 tho water and aro migratory. London, Ky. Of all the birds killed by man the dove is the most harmless of any, doing much good and no harm. Never let My farm of C7acreaof good land, well Ira- another dove be killed. Hundreds of frovixl, well watered and fenced, U for title New Llverv from Hlunford In hares, commonly called rabbits, were tbe Maywood Mven mlletllouta naeilxrooma. tectlon. drowned in their nests last spring and New burn and other neceuary outbulldlnga. Depot A barguln If aold ut once. are now scarcer than ever before in T. J. No.UVINOHTON, Ky 90. K. T. V. I, Htunford, Kentucky. The squirrels are migratory, often swimming rivers like the KENTUCKY. Now lot us havo a game Fruit and Ornamental Trees ! STANFORD, Cumberland. law affording protection to all game for three years and give them time to KTurytblnz for Orebard, I.awnnml Uurdan. One Million Mlrawberry plunte, replete their decimated ranks. Let us JTree Oaluloguve. Furniture and Undertaking. Mo Aguiitu, bo cheered in spring and summer with Day Phono 28. tho honest "Bob Whito " Give us no H. F. Hillcnmcyer & Sons, new lawn, nor new offices or increased Night Phono 133. " - KHNTUtRY, Lexington, taxes. Burn up the 800 bills now pending before the two Houses and adjourn and come on homo and go to plowing and your many Bins will bo forgiven, and perhaps even be forgotten till next J. L. in, I'ror., election. Alfrlend of tho birdi, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Pettier lu and Manufacturer of? Fontaine Fox Bouuitt. wATH Well Dressed, J. McROBERTS, Stanford, Kentuchy, Well dressed indeed is the man who wears the CLOTHES we sell. We now have on our display racks our spring suits from 15 to $27.50 and simply as pretty as the picture. Every little detail is perfect and BETTER TAILORING cannot be made. Let us show them to you and you will see the truth of our statement. H. Iiow To aB3BEBEEBSEEBaEBESXm G. L. Pen u K. H. Code I. It. Coleman Collect Your Notes and Accounts. i B Dr. Hess' Poultry Iwm I : to-d- Will make hens luy, cure thorn ot iliK-nsend keep theia ia good thrifty condition. Tho increase in the number ut eggs laid, will more than pay for tho email expense ol feeding. It is sold at Penny'f Drug c ctore. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. I E3BBBBBHBBBBBB&B&EBER may's COLLECTION agency. Somerset, ... American Wire Fence, IJaLaBaLaflaLaBBLaSaLaBi Kentucky. Auctioneer! TmmSEBSLSSESE1 FARM FOR SALE! J3. D. CARTER, Street, Phone IV. A. TRIBBLE. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. RURAL TELEPHONES. MR. FAKMKIt: Make your homo ns modem for your family iu a city rcsidenco, und nluco yourself in 11 position to get tho latest market ijuotutious at tiny time. This can ho accomplished by moans of our tclcphona service, uliich you und your neighbor! citii gut for a sum that h small compared with Eli tho benefits received. Call or uddrcsi our nearcet ofiico or writo direct to hcud'iuurters, Nashville, Teiiu., for information regarding our special "FarMonu- mers' Lino" rate. If you uro not ut iironont ciitoviiiir telephone ttcrvice. we Marble and Cranlto can immediately interest you. Our line cover the State of Kentucky, Large, airy outalde room. Commercial ments, travelers a peolully. Huetlal rutta by week Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana uud the Southern portion of Iudiaua and ormontb. Tbe proprietor la a former Lin- Marker! and fosti, Uemeterr and Lawn Illinois. EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL.;CO. coln county wan and ttla frlenda ebould Voseaand bettees. OCDee and worki, Mu wUea alepplog la ! town. immmr at ) CLEMENS HOTEL Stanford, Uentuclty, Harry Jacobs, .Al: kJ, jjdyiViWlUi ifja.M.!e.t "-- !-" -i- fcvlV-dM rrtnj qmv JT' IF' ' , tyrT'fi" tc 1" . f r. V Come and See WE Sec at 3 Blouse Coat. STANFORD KY. L. It. Hughes T. W. Humble O. Martin just received our first installment of new Spring miilfl, Skirts nnd enpes. There nro thin seasons newest creations and nrc positively right in Btylo anil price. Wo have novelty suit 815 and up. Military capes f 5 and up. New Spring Skirt in the plaited style. liavo The Sui With The New Russian SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. SrAMFOiui, & SON, True-heart- Wanted. . WANTHD-Somo Two boarders. Mrs. A. Itunn, Stanford. 2t. i Arlie Caughley and Miss Mollie Wilch-e- r wero mado one here Wednesday, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. C. L. Camden and Miss Jennie Hicks, were made one at the homo of Squire J. A. Singleton in the Waynesburg section by that gentleman Tuesday. J. R. .Calhoun, a prominent young farmer of tho Forkland section of Boyle, was united it marriage to Miss Maude Mounce, of the same neighborhood. Rev A. Pike, of Brodhead, performed tho ceremony. Mr. R. G. Hampton and Miss Minnie Sine surprised their many friends by C. J. SirrLK was in Moreland during new Stan- driving to Lancaster Wednesday eveThe initial meeting of Rerecca, little daughter of Mr. and tho week and sold 100 barrels ot ford brass band was heldtho Manager ning and having the nuptial knot tied. in has been quito Mra. Sam Ilobinson. "Obelisk" flour to a wholesale dealer Ed Wilkinson's offices Monday night They were accompanied by Miss Minnie sick. there, and bought four cars of fine hay und tho members are much encouraged Woods and Mr. A. L. Pence. So well Mrs. IIoduan Keenon, of Harm!-burcorn in tho car. Lon- over its prospects. A number of bid did tho contracting parties keep their Mrs. Mary and one car of Is with her mother, don Sentinel. band men, among whom are three ex- secret, that no one knew of their inAdams, tentions until yrterday morning when Tuesday's Louisville Times contain- perienced cornettsts, have consented to tho word came that they were married. Mrs. J. M. Owsley, of Middlesboro, Mr. Welch ed a splendid picture of Mr. Samuel W. help the younger members to get their has been with her brother. wind," and with the assistance The happy couple returned from LanMcnefee, formerly of this city, but who "first Rochester. community at largo and tho fi caster yesterday afternoon and they Mr. S. It. Caldwell, a prominent (s forging to the front in Kansas City, of the aid of those able to contribute, are for the present domiciled at Mr. on legal whero ho has been mado general mana nancial Paducah attorney, was hero the organization will bo a Buccess from Hampton's handsome homo on Logan Electrical 'jiujincsB Tuesday. ger of tho Stromberg-Carlsothe start. Nothing gives a town more Avenue. The bride is one of Stanford's Arnold Foruan went to Loaisvillo Co. eclat than a good band, always ready prettiest and sweetest young women. In Bryant Wednesday to take a course AND A LARGE STOCK OF COLLARS farm three miles from Stan when public or other occasion demands. Sho is highly accomplished and univer& Stratton'a Business College. splendid com There is plenty of talent hero to draw sally popular. Mr. Hampton is a fine good pike and in Messrs. J. C. Eubanks and Earl ford on munity. In high stato of cultivation; from. A list of officers and members young man, sober, industrious and hon1IA1IES, CHAINS, ETC. Coleman went to Frankfort Wednes- has a two'Story framo dwelling, new will bo given out after tho next meet- orable. He holds a responsible position ' day to see the Legislators perform, with the L. & N. nnd no man connect ' sWian Stephenson attended the barn and all necessary outbuildings. ing. ed with that great corporation stands t & A. Placo well watered and fenced. Will banquet of McNeil lodge 58 V. Depauw. Mrs. Nannio Marrs higher with the head officials. They sell at right figure. Stanford Real Ls- M. at Lebanon Junction on tho 22nd. aged 79, died Wednesday after had been sweethearts for some time most popular tato Co. Mr. C. At Hardin, the noon at the homo of her niece, Mrs. and now that their fondest hopes are Commonwealth's Attorney In the State, J. Norton Fitch, chairman of tho W. G. Withers, of tho Infirmities of ad- realized they should bo, and doubtless is here from Ilarrodsburg attending democratic committee of the Eighth vanced age. Sho was the relict of are. very happy. Their friends, and court. Congressional district, has called a Charles Depauw and the last surviving they are many, aro showering congratMR. It. G. JONES, who has suffered a mooting on March 3 at Nicholasville for sister of tho lato John Marrs, formor ulations on them and tho Interior and ita managiug editor join great deal from a diseased jawbone, tho purposo of fixing tho time and man- editor of the Lancaster Record and Journalwishing them ull the happiness them in have an operation ner of making tho nomination for Con Danvilto Advocate and an aunt of G. that can come their way. We are told went to Louisville to performed. gress. Thus far only one candidate has W. Doneghy, of the last named paper. that Mr. and Mrn. Hampton will likely Mesdames J. W. Adams and Robert announced Hon. Harvey Helm, of this For many years Mrs Depauw had mado locate at Lebanon Junction and should they do bo, Stanford's loss would be Cbappell, of Corbln, stopped over hero placo. her home with her relative, Capt. 0. F. that enterprising little city'a gain. with friends on the'.r way to indianap Powell, in this county, nnd was greatly The fiscal court, at its meeting hero beloved by his family. Since early childoils to visit relatives. T01ACC0 FARM FOR RENT! It. Saufley Tuesday, let tho contract for a bridgo The condition of Mr. Geo. hood she had been a member of tho Den't let 1010 pius without Laving lot and cold water through year is not quito as good as at our last issuo. over tho Hanging Fork between the Christ'an church and her llfo and conI desire tOMUtnut for the prwi'nt Jfar s ( I acre nmll He is In a highly nervous state. Tho Hustonvillo piko and McKinney. Tho duct was at all times commensurate with I'nncy tobacco farm dwvlllar nnr Urove, house with a beautiful nliiU county, (loud und burn. Wajati-burCincinati Bridge Co. was awarded the 11. or rest of the sick aro doing well. the teachings of her Maker. After ser- Writ Ky opply to ll.fi. . VUy, It. ir. 1. No. contract and the prico to bo paid Is Dr. Jackson Givens, the vices by Rev D. M. Walker at tho $500 of which is to bo donated by Pittsburg physician who has many relhomo of Mr. Withers at 10 o'clock this I West End of tho county. morning, the remains will bo taken to atives In this county, suffered a alight citizens of tho Have W. K. "WARNER to install your country water works milk stroke ot paralysis, but is thought to The remainder, $800, is to be paid out Danvillo and laid to rest in tho ceme Goer Hotel, ut Omb Orchard, olio Juit uorou ,treet, wlltt pout offlce reasonable prices nnd guarantee. of tho levy of 1912. be recovering. tery there. and it collage or oltlce ot tbr mm' room,. AlPuetettary outbuilding. . Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Walton and We also carry iu itoek FORCE AND CISTERN PUMFS; Roofing sad OUR editor's Frankfort letters nro M11H. OllllTlHdOVKH, This Friday afternoon, Feb. 25th, nt Miss Mary Miller Walton' aro having a greatly enjoyed by the thousands who Crab Orchard, Ky. Rosflng Taints. delightful stay In Florida and will 2 o'clock, there will bo an open sesH twice each week peruso tho columns of .spend the rest of the Winter there-LexinTelephone, 188. Call and seo us. sion of tho Literary Society in the Leader. the "cheapest and best." They tell in Stanford High School. Admission free. Dr. Frank Jones, of Crab Orchard, a concise way what the Legislature is decowas hero last week to see bla father. doing and aro alone worth more than All patrons and moro especially parents For home, currlnge uud idgn pnlutlng rative paper biintilDKitlio buggy trimming of High School pupils are earnestly re- of nil kind, uch ut top, recovered curlatiu Rev. Jesse Jones, who waa very III That our peo-pl- o with tho grip but is much better now. the price of tho paper. ia quested to attend. It ia no entertain- und boot, made Htoooter Aldrldii' black appreciate the I. J. shown in tho ment program but one such as we have mltli hon Writ Uulu HI., HUiuforU Ky., London Sentinel. 'I'uouo no., largo number of voluntary subscrip- In J J. MCLDIN. our regular rhetorical exorcises. LOCALS. tions, tho number sometimes running L. R. HUGIIEa.a AT E. C. WALTON, fW. U. M'CARTY.Trei. Show the pupil, teacher and school tho glow of personal Interest and Thoroughbred Ulaek Minorca eggs, up to a dozen a day. warm (1 per setting. Mrs. W. II. Wcsren. "Not In the years I havo been on the mutual help will result. Show a perI had such a timo getting a sonal regard for the work that is being aoio New line of wall paper and picture bench havo grand jury," remarked Judgo M. C. dona for the uplift ot tho child; for that moulding just In. J. L. Deazley & Co. Saufley to an I. J. man. "I excused Is tho heart and motive of the school Onron Uettnurnnt Ijinauk't,, Htrect, Htuuford, K, The Q. & C. hopes to have trains man after man on account of Bickness and ita work. Thero Is a practical IContucKy. running over tho now bridgo at High In his homo und more than double the work being done in many lines of school McaU ,rved nt nil boar up to 11:10 v. w. Bridge by fall. usual number wero summoned to select activity about which the patron knows a jury from." Followiug is a list ot little. Somo one may say that if puHeat plui't' lu town for u good ulk Wanted Some country mat hams, those who qualified: II. F. Newland, pils aro given principles, they will not uit'ul. sides, shouldors, jowls, etc., -- at tho J. F. Cummins, J. G. Warrinor, E. T. need the application that training in Pence, Sr, J I'. Anderson, R. H. Scud-de- rliotoricals gives, but that is a mistuke, Country Storo. Furras and Town Froiwrty lluudlwl on Conunuwiou. Stocks, nud lkruh J. H. McAlister, Jr. T. J. Ellis The Golden Rule can bo learned and Uooklug tonutt our Hpleadld uow llimot fancy Thy somo puro Cunnel coal. The coal W. G. Acton, Levi Bell, W. L. Cordier understood by a child of ten years, but Sold. If you Have Projierty to Sell or Rent Notify Us. tlroccrltw. Mr. Pence was mado wo have been more than 1900 years in that lasts. Dcnham's Coal Yards, Stan- and John Raney. '&Sti v vinto lor circular to foreman. The grand fury finally got learning to apply It and havo not made ford and Rowland. TT,"V "Not regal Hot Coffee, Hnndwlcbc, pli'n, lliittor ml Ik, down to business Tuesday afternoon a great success as yet.. , many witnesses are appearing benor queenly crown, Nor halo fresh uodiwt iullk,t.,ttt all tluto. 1 have for sale m agent, several and it daily. No cases rcquring juries robe stricken fields, Nor soundest from fore bares of stock In the Ilustoavllto Na- will be tried this court and. tho term atatcraft's wide renown, Confers the W. A. CARSON, spell your presence wields." Come I will bo an unusually dull on. tional Bank. M.O. Waltm Those Indebted to tho estate of Dr. L. D. Cook must'scttlc nt onco or I will nnd bo compelled to collect tho accounts by Foil Sale. Day harness gelding Needles, Holiblm nnd Shuttled for runabout. Apply to E. C. Walton. law. Mrs, L. D. Cook, nilmx. L. B. all sewing machines at Penny's Drue Piano Kok Sale. Squnro variety. Cook. Store. ! Will sell cheap. Apply at this offico Those indebted to tho firm of Trlb-bi- o PERSONALS. & Pcnco are requested to settle Pure Cnnnel block coal at Dcnham's account!) at once. Tho firm has Mn. Ed'.Wilkinuon was In Lancaster yards at 18c per bushel delivered In their dissolved and their affairs must bo Tuesday. town. straightened up. W. A. Tribblo. Mil. W. M. UntoiiT spent Wednesday heating For Sale. Second-hanIn Cincinnati. The Eureka Portrait Co., Mr. M. W. Mr. J. A. WALUEN, of Doyle, was In atovo. Bargain if sold at once. This Johnson, president, has moved ita ofoffice town Tuesday. fice into a room in tho Interior JourMr. J. S. IIockkr was at London on Wanted, to trade lumber for barn nal building. The Stanford Real Esbusiness this week. patterns for corn and hay. C. J. Sip- - tate Co. has an efiice in the same buildMr. A. T. Nunnelley has been sick pic, London. ing. for a week or more The Morclnnd Dramatic Club of tho TllREE suites of rooms in the Odd Mrs. S. C. Lackey, of Harrodsburg, Fellows' building for rent. Apply to Bellevuo High School, E. L. Grubbs, was hero yesterday. superintendent, will present tho "KenMna. W. II. Kioney and little daugh-te- r, Ed Wilkinson. tucky Bcllo" about Mnrch 4, for tho Ella, are both sick. Tub Interior Journal man hopes to benefit of tho school library. AdmisMna. E. C. Walton has boon quite bo at Lancaster court next Monday and sion 10c and 15c. sick, but Is convalescing. further hopes to meet many friends and Mr. C. J. SirTLB. of London, was patrons of tho paper. farm about seven miles from here on business Tuesday. Stanford. Land all cleared and in good Ten men and women were arrestMrs. Auue Pendleton left Tues cottage, state of cultivation; ed in Somerset Saturday night, most day for Pinevillo to locate. barn, double crib, etc. Right on pike, Five children of Mr. and Mrs. J. U. allot them for drunkenness. Pretty close to good school houso and church good record for old boozo. Camenlsh arc more or less HL Well watered and in good community. Mrs. John J. MclloBCivrn has been We have farms in Hardin county in and fenced. Prico $2,0C0. Stanford Indisposed for several weeks. COacre tracts to DOO acres, nnd prices Real Eitato Co. Mrs. J. II. 1'AXTON spent yesterday from WOO to $11,000. These lands proTony The Convict. A comedy 'with her parents at Lancaster. Stanford duce fine Burlcy tobacco. drama In fivo acts. Don't fail to sec Dr. E. J. Drown was In Real Estate Co- "Tony tho convict" at Alcorn's Opera on professional business Tuesday. Dr. Georqb M. Reddish, of Som- House, Hustonvillc, Friday, Capt. T. A. Elkin, of Lancaster, look yesterday's train hero for Florida. erset, stepfather of Dr. T. S. Kennedy, Feb. 25. This most Interesting play W. 0. Walker wan over in Garrard formerly of this place, died whilo in will bo given by tho Students and looking after his interests Wednesday. Oklahoma prospecting. He was n fine friends of tho Hustonvillo Graded School. Miss Jennie Duncan, of Lancaster, old gentleman and stood high In his pro- Proceeds for the benefit of school library. Come! visited her sister, Mrs. Charlotte War-re- fession. Ky., - Fkb. 26, 1010 nice, fresh butter per pound. tho Country Storo-.T- Oc Harriet Salter will servo supper For Sale. Lot of locust poits. 's Will cut to order. J. M. Ware, Stanfor tho dancers In Miss Florcnco dining-rooford, R. F. D. No. 1. Telophono No. T. 0. Ball sold to W. P. Long a house and lot on the Lancaster piko and to Solon Craig a house and lot in Macksville. Novelties, Etc. Everything thats new, good and desirable in belts, bags, hair rnamente, jewelry etc. Elastic belts variously trimmed and combined with leather arc the favorites. New bags in the largo nnd medium sue, with strapped handles, black leads in color with brown, tanx and greys quito strong. Turbans nnd Turban pins nrc the things for tho head dress. Wo havo n large assortment of coronet hair pins nlso coronet braid, buckles and bnrrettcs, wo are nlso showing an immense line of new collar nnd belt pins. Our lino of novelties in neck wear for this season is better thnn ever, it is ncccwary for you to seo tho lino in order to appreciate the values we have in stock. Attention, Knights of Pythias! Something doing; all be present at 7:30 sharp, Thursday, Feb. 24. T. W. Pennington, C. C. mm d Dogs got into J. T. Dudderar's sheep Wednesday night and killed 32 out of the Hock of 45. Tho rest were maimed and so badly frightened that they will do no mare good. Mrs. A. D. Reid is in Stanford to teach a short term in physical culture and elocution. She is one of the most successful teachers in tho State. The press of tho best towns of Kentucky and other States speak in the highest terms of her work. It Is claimed that tho drills in the army and navy prolong lifo ten years. Why not drill our girls and boys at homo? MATRIMONIAL. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., E six-roo- Dry Goods, Notions. Shoes, Farmers Attention Remember we carry the Hishest grade of FIELD SEEDS. n. The Genuine Oliver Plows, n m W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. i Tinring, Plumbing, Heating. well-know- n $1,-30- 0, FOR SALE Porcelain Bath Outfit IV. itor-roo- gton J. J. BELDEN, K. WARNER, V-Fr- l Stanford, Hy. i. When Hungry m Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford, II r, cutocnci-ourpclnll- - ' Prop. L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky. iMfiS :.i JsteTttsfrM, tern! '" - - '"'- - iitiian rtin, life r - te.j I , l-- iiilillWiirWM . -.. M,.' ""'. H--Mnttrriintli vrr' ;. i'vii " ifpp? 59 sjw i,t' ' 'i i'o,'!;u"' iS'-P'- ' "' rrr "J- Bfi The Interior Journal. Pert-Of- f FARMER'S JDBPARTMBlfT. Hofcs went to ROC in Louisville day. Fri- at anford at L. & N. TITOE THBLE M. No.ll.Hoath.lf.Mf. A M. No.SsYHouth.lOiSi No. 14, North, 411 A. M. Norlh,!4 F. M. No,, No.T7,10:W A. H. No, W, 1:40 P. M. JOS. S. RICE. !Agont. for bid huntlne. nshlna or inf kind of Fresh Jersey cow for sale. J, T. passlns; on our places ami will prosecute vi to bo 1141,-00- olators 10 me iuii extent 01 tne inw. Because a shortage, said Blngaman. Miss Motile Hewes, Kelchenhnoh Bros. was discovered in tho accounts of A, T. Tray lor, Krett Itaumann, Fity Rood ewes for sale. W. E. N. II. I'lummer. l.llhurn flooch. tho City National Bank of Cambridge, Moss, Lancaster. II. O. Nunnelley. Will Hester, w iinuanman. j. w. itch, For Salr. 100 young ewes. J. H. Mass., that Institution was closed by j. K. Ilrnce. David Hterens, J. JohnOnmrnlscli, order of tho Controller of the Currency, Nowell, Yosemlte, Ky. wm.uoruier, M, I), Klmnre, IianTraylor, and National Bank Examiner Ellis S. Henry Anderson bought of John C. (lotllhOllck. Fred llamlorf, 1). M. j, j, lnompson. Mr. and Mrs, Anderson. old mules Pepper was appointed temporary re Pcpples a pair of five-yeJas. II. Kads j. r. Closer, ceiver. Morion a. rviTNiin Mn.N.J. l.ogan. for $375. Mrs. tleo. J.J.KIMott. turMammoth Dronzo 0, Here and There. Senator Ben Tillman, of South Carolina, continues to show signs of romTBQ. We. whose names appear below, strictlyIree- I A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, STAMFORD, - KENTUCKY. OAoe ofer McRoberts' Drug Btore the Owsley Building. In MASON'S MEET. Lincoln txxlgo No. 90 F. A A. M. will moet w ststixl comniunlcntlon on eiich nrst nrnl third Mondnjr nights of ench month, t 7UM AtlcMk in their bull on mnln strceet, Htnn font, Kf. Members of sister lodges nro frn u, ttraallr Invited to txs present. T. W. Wee. Fall and Winter Stock. measure taken by Xart your Then your clothes, n tnlW of hethora arte nU jtr for low imnlnrss suit or the (Incut evening will have that Individuality and fit clothe, cx I will alio tako extra trousxrs, fancy vests, top and overcoaU. Kail and Winter aaaaples oil hand rendy for your Inspection. 11. 0. KUl'hKY.TheTallor, Htanford, Ky, s?lrh plainly Indicate they were made to your mens-si- r measure, I . CUT FLOWERS FOB SALE 1 1 can furnish the public with the best, ns well as the freshest of cut dowers, plants of n kinds, bulbs, potted Cowers, on short Ue. Also mnke n specialty of wreaths tor for funeral purposes. la connection with the above, I have all ktnds'ot vegetables on hand nt reasonable 0IIRI8TMAN ORKKN IIOUHKH, Kn HuniiAHD, l'ROR. Htanford, Ky. iMWMTobaccs and Tobacco larns. Nothing But Insuranco. Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Min. Plione 84: Otllce, 96. STANFORD, KY. Hesldenco Insure with mo and be fully protected. L one As Kxecutor of Monroe Ourtls, deed, I will fertheWEEKLV sell nt public outcry to the highest bidder year and this paper for the pries named o in Htanford, abOTe. Send your subscription for tbe comBargain. 257 acre farm about before the J o'clock ondoor Ky., nt about 'Wearelnnosttlon to do all kinds of con cntlng, such an II lock Work, I'arements five miles from town, on good pike, J bination to us not tcthe Oourler-Jou- r MONDAY. MAKOIIH.IWO sad. la fact, wo can make anr thlnz from r mile from school, church and store, noown 10 niencu posi. we can serve the promptly and guarantee 100 acres fine tobacco land. Nine room county court day. bis lateIs home on three nhout Danville pike. Property k and material. Oall and eet our nrlces you buy your material at least. l crib, shed miles from Htanford and Is bounded by the brick residence, tssfor. lands of Fencing and the Mrs. Mnttle White, J. II. Hilton granary, silo, barns, etc. Danville pike. Lies opposite the farm of A. Hlce anil contains by the deed good and place well watered. Nine ft) acres, T. rood 1 nnd IS poles or land. Has ou never-failin- g springs, cement troughs, It n cottaget barn ana necessary outbuild- y ings and line spring. Nice home conten-lentlStanford, Ky. etc. In a splendid neighborhood. Stanlocated and fertile land. Hale will be made on credit of S months, It b Interest at ford Real Estate Co. S per cent, from day of sale. Purchaser will A Lexington dispatch says: Twenty be required to execute note Vth approved will be retained personal security and a milkers at J. B. Haggin's dairy estab- on the land. Pnrcsaser lien have the privshall ltossesslon will be lishment on his Elmendorf Stock Farm, ilege of paying cash, with terms of sale. glten upon compliance struck for higher wages. They were 1'. M. ilcltOHKUTH, Kx'r. Monroe Ourtls. getting $25 per month and demanded $30. Three hundred cows ready to bo milked were left untouched. The places of the strikers were filled before the day was over without serious inconvenience to the management. COORtGB-OUKNA- CONCRETING first-cla- keys. Very fine stock. Mrs. Q. C. Lyon, Hustonvillc, Ky, A. C. Hughes, of Jacksonville, III., bought in Adair county a pair of mules for $400 and 21 cattlo at 4 40. Tobacco barn posts, tier poles and tobacco s'Icks for sale. F. E. Braw-ne- r, Stanford, R. F. D No 3. For Sale. 75 to 100 bushels of orchard grass seed. Extra good. $1.50 per bushel. B. B. King, Morcland. For Sale. Pair of mules, coming Well broke and ready for work. Henry Anderson, Stanford. Joseph D. Eads has bought acres of hemp In this county at Sic Mr. Eads represents E. R. Spears & Sons, of Paris. mules d For Sale. 23 All broken and in good working order. Call on or phone Logan Hubble, Lancaster It. F. D. No. 1. For Sale. My good black stallion, Dick Wilkes, by Gambctta Wilkes Good breeder and a horsdof much style and action. F. E. Brawncr, Stanford, R. F. D. No. 3. G. & C. P. Cecil sold eight horses at tht Lexington horse sales at $230 to $100; J. T. Hugueley sold six head at about the same price and John S. Baughman one at $250 Advocate Tho Georgetown court Monday was a very dull one. Tjicre 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 $237.50. At the disposal sale of tho stud of saddle horses owned by Green Bros, at Mt. Sterling, 26 sold for $6,900, an average of $265. Lad For Me, premium stallion, was sold to (I. H. and J. L. Wade, of Trenton, for $1,410, There were 1,500 cattle on the market at Mt. Sterling Monday and trade was good; 1,000 pound steers brought 5c, yearling steers 5c, heifers 3jc to 4c, cows 3 to 4c, bulls 1 to 3Jc. W B. Young sold to Leon Duval, of Kan black Jack for sas City, a s. 5SO-od- d three-year-ol- For Sale. Notice To Claimants! Tho. liftTlng claims nnlnt the estate ct the late J. w bimiucum win prooni mem properly vertfled to me at once. Those owing the estate will please settle Immediately. MoKlnney, Ky. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. I desire to sell privately my stock of Hardware. Itolnft a good business. Will InTolce about lioO. ltrason 111 health. OKO. D. IIOI'I'KKOstanfonlCKjr. I FARM FOR SALE A No. 1 ' Farm of IK! acres. House has four rooms and a good cistern. Thers Is n cood Inrn nnd abundance of stock wnter. This Inndlsnbojt half Virgin Hull, adapted to raising grass, hay, corn, wheat, onts, hemp nnd tolHicco, and Is nil in grass except about 91 acres and Is on the pike nenr good schools churches and depot, ond bnsn good orchard and outhouses. lock llox Ml, Htanford, Ky. V. It. Daugherly, Frank Cnrdler, Her. Father Ioo Dr.O.O. lVrry. H, It. llaughmnn, Urlnh Albright A. i'. uooi Mrs. Margaret (looch, Jacob (lander (leo.O. (livens, W. H.Traylor jonn juier, ram Mourn. M.J. Ilolmann, Amend Hchaefer. K.T, lleasley A.K. Matheny Mrs. J. II. Owsley, I.. H. (lamer, II. I.. Fngnley, M.J, Morgan, 11. U. Welkins, H.T. Harris, 11. H.Urnw, J.O.Hundley. (7. K.MCuiure, Mrs. Nannie ll.Good, Anton llonrcker. Anitersnnnarr. W. M. Iilshon, Fred Vnnllruenlgan , ... imiiKummi. i. .11 rs. iienecrn it. uarpenir .MCUIUII, M. F. Irftwrence, W. KoDats. P.Hevlers, John H. Lee, Tom Kerrlll, Ohrl.tlan Jacob W. W. Pitman, Fred l'ayk. Alex Cooper. J. Nevln Carter, Henry lllddcr K. II, Denhnm, W. II. (looch, H.O.Anderson, T. A. Hire, (lusOelssl. Chris (lamenlach lleuhcn Curtis, Tlnsley Hpoonnuiore James Hmltli, W. Carter, A. i,.onrier, W. I'.Hrlmes, II. W.Haines W. M. Fields' J.UHoltsrlaw, Mrs. Muttln White. It. K. Haines, W. K. Keeton, Miss Mary IVpples, A. i. Thompson, James Mes-e- r, AT COST Winter (.oods At Cost ! We still offer you our stock of ,, During The Month of Feb. Sam Robinson. Next Door to Lincoln CountyBank, 1 Stanford, Ky. HENRY i I A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, Burgln, KentucKy. I nm a grndnateof Jones' National He hoot of Auctioneers, Chicago, and hate had experience In the big cattle sales nt the Union stock Yards, Chicago, where we sold some thoroughbreds ns high as 1100. Also In horse sales where 10 sales were made each day. Auctioneering Is n science and I hare studied It with this idea. Heeor phone me before you arrange for your sale, I can I'lIOKKZi-l- l makesalestoyouradvnutage. WATTERSON'S PAPER Weekly Courier Journal -- i NEW MUSIC sired, r'or sale at ! .AND. We hnve placed In stock n line line of local and Instrumental music, nil sold at defa per copy. Will order nny special piece The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR OUR ARE OPENED Shuars' Stanford, (Q. Tanner's - Kentucky. DrugHtore, ONLY $1.50. Pew people In tbe United States bare not Democratic heard of the Ooarler-Jonrnla all things, fair In all tbloge. clean In all things. It Is essentially a family paper. By a special arrangement we are enabled to of BUGGIES IT AND AT, ALL READY FOR YOlT TO LOOK EXECUTOR'S SALE OF LAND. New Stock, Nothing Carried over from Laat Year. $800. court-hous- 0 PHILLIPS BROS., Hifioney & M, Bring Your Printing To W. H. HICC1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. Insurance and Real Estate. Dinwiddle The INTERIOR Office Don't Fail --To Get our prices on- - AH kinds of INSURANCE on nil kiada of property. Only the largest companies represented. Rates as lowjas can be bad anywhere. Stanford, Ky.. Phone 200. J.L.Beazley&Co., MBBNBBHBaBBjaBBHHBB2Bj The Best Hour of Life. Is when you do some great deed or discover some wonderful fact This hbur came to J. R.Pitt, Uocky Mt., N. C. when he was suffering intensely, he sas, "from the worst cold I ever had. I then proved to my great satisfaction what a wonderful Cold and Cough cure Dr. King's Now Dlseovory is For, ufter taking one bqttle 1 was entirely cured. You can't say ahythlng too good of a medicine like that." Its the surest and best remedy for diseased ljngs, Hemorrhages, Lallrippe, Asthma, Hay Fover lor any throat or lung trouble. 50c, II. Trial bottle freo. Guaranteed by Peony's Drug Store. in- &Co. Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an line up-to-d- ate JOURNAL Hustonville, Ky. Best Tobacco Canvass Wc Have the PRICE and tho good. I'D of goods. Work Lowest Prices L. L. Crab Orchard, Ky., R. B. MAHONEY, Pres. SANDERS; J. T. WHITE, Sec'y. W. S. FISH, Trcai, an. UndeitiKers and Embalir Alao Dealers in They will exchange Furniture for 11 Kinds of Slock. Give Them Call. Prices Righ. It is not likely that the Frankfort vestigation of bribery will find any Senator guilty. The work was too well done for that. But tho public has seen the political buzzards hanging over STANFORD. KY., No Frankfort and that is enough. matter what the committee reports the Will pay you 12Jc for IIcuh, 82.10 per dozen for Guineas, verdict of tho public will be guilty, but Scrap Iron, 5 to 7c for Rubber. not proven. Elizabethtown News. Someone remarked that tho noise of s campaign would be so loud that It would be heard from the Great Lakes to the Gulf. Yes; and that Isn't tho worst. The stench will be so fierce that the Italians in New York City will nor be able to tell the difference between garlic and sweet peas. London Democrat. fi. B. NORTfiCOTT, 25 to 35c for The Citizens Realty and Title Co, Farm, houses nnd lots for rent, ralo or exchange. Persons desiring quick ealcd or purchase id realty of ull kinds. Call on or write us at STANFORD, KY. the Powers-Edward- Take Him Your Produce. T1IUKMAN K. TUDOR, .Manager. HTANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McClary, LOW FARES TWO one-wa- TO 1lf.lf UitAM, afnmaf.li la Intr nn n disturbance: vou feel bloated and distressed; if you belch gas and amir rood into tno moutn. men vou d Stomach Tablets. need Mi a mmm by G. L. Penny at 50c. Guar-antee- A One Hundred and Fifty Acre Has two houses. farm on good pike In 21 miles of railway station. Land produces good tobacco. Look at it and vou will buy It Price only $2,500. Stanford Real Estato Co. TRAINS DAILY BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND ST. LOUIS litlective, daily, March 1 to April 15, y secoml-clas- s J910, colonist (ares will be on sale via The HIWDKRSON ROUTK to California and North I'acific Coast the WEST Promptness and Reasonable Commissions Our Specialty. 'Phone 200. TWO I'oints. nn from Louisville, Ky., to l'nocniz, Am. l'raiicisco, 37Zli &i Diego, Cat.,Ios Angeles, San and TRAINS DAILY BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND ST. LOUIS The Wintry Blasts May Come, .4ii ssssssssssssssssssssn 37 I. P. V iir VIA from touisvllle, Ky., to Portland, Seattle, Kverett, and Spokane. Undertaker. Embalmor and sMhterln Harness, Saddlery, IT The loss from wear and tear and ship wreck of precious metals has been estimated at two tons of gold and 100 tons of silver yearly. TANFORD, nunMir. KY- I mm MARCH SIMILAR LOW l'AKKS TO OTIIKR I'ACIFIC COAST POINTS. 1'or I'ull Information, write GARDNER, VIA . ' Aud tho Rain and Snow Fall, but your stock will keep vrjrut in vjr Nunnelley's New Stock Yards PJenty of Covered Pens and Feed Court 0. P. .. or R. F. PENH, T. P. A., LOUISVILLE. KY. JIo:'k.an Perrv's proof that he reached the North Pole were called for by tho Naval Committee of the House. and Water. Best market in theSULe. SsXMad Mondajr. TO APRIL. (O, IQIO. I. So bring them on. M. BpucK, Assistant. D7