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V ii 71 rk r I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 7 tl i It ft I jYOLo XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 4 1910t NO 2rr I HUSTONVILLE Harry Camnltz signed March 1 with the PitUburg ball team for tho season of 1910 Miss Georgia Newborn returned last week to her work as teacher In tho D and 0 school in Naahvlllo Tho horse Joe Shearer rode to Moro land Sunday stumbled and falling Joos foot was caught and severely Injured Mrs Elijah Klssee died of old ago at Kldds More She was the mother of James Bnoch John and Geo Grubbs Rex Reid of Somerset a native oft our city whore he has numerous rela ttvea and friends la III with flatfoot aBd other complications 4 IHoward Camnltz was given the third degree In Masonry Friday evening In Danville after which an elegant ban quet was served to about 200 of the members James Wright whoso first wife was Miss Laura KIdd daughter of Mr Elias I KIdd of Liberty and a son of VII Wright deceased died at his homo In Oregon last week after a lingering illness of fover Myers do Vaughn shipped to Cincin nati a car of hogs and butcher cattle for which they paid 71 to 8 and 3 to 4e respectively This firm is buying largo quantities of wool and paying a preml um on top prices Raise n solid foundation for tho fu Jure by buying one of our splendid blue grass farms now and pave the way for your money to bring you the largest In1 terest you ever mado on land invest meats Write or call on W R Wil t llama Co quickly Mrs Harry Kryo was agreeably sur prised Saturday by a throng of friends I calling at her fathers residence and leaving an assortment of culinary uter sib enough to stock a cafe She and t Harry set up housekeeping on Wed nesdayiimprovement in our school under management is mpsf re markable and today we stand second to 1 none Despite the attractions at Dan I villa aadStanford on the night of the 2Gth ult standing room was at a pro I mium to see Tony the Convict Carpenter has returned from a 1trip through Texas and is satisfied that Kentucky is second to none and good enough for him He spent a few days with our former townsman Jas lo rye who Is booming Tullo being sec retary of the commercial club of that t city 1 Mr Tom Murphy who was thought to be recovering from a serious illness was taken worse Sunday and throe doc 1 i tore were called in consultation He lea fine bujlness man and if ho survives this trouble will be thq next sheriff of Casey Henry Glttock left Sunday for Leroy 111 where he goes to work in a factory MlM Hattie LIPPe has gone to Balti more to accept a position with a large I millinery house as trimmer Miss Ed I na Glllock one of our efficient opera tore at the telephone exchange is now t oa her second year and holds the un J ique record of not having had the vory- slighteatcroae word spoken to her or l she to the patrons 7 Our graded school students are goods entertainers as evidenced by a full house on the night of tho 25 and a most i able entertainment Among the characters deserving spoofs mention t were Ami Darker as Sally Christine Lair as Grandma Margueritto McCor mack as listens Warren lea Floyd na r f Mrs Van Cruger and James Hall as t Tony The mIxed lextette composed t of Mrs John Rlffe and Misses Jessie Powell and Dessle Riffe and Jerry Adam Paul Willis and Wm Dinwiddie beautifully rendered some fine select RI between acts Mrs Rlffe has a tweet soprano voice seldom surpassed i A t equaled even by some of the high J salaried operatic professional singers of today Wm McAHster Rlffe and wife must feel that the Incidents crowding so rap l idly on their ttlnr up housekeeping S j somewhat resemble a storm center f The good dames and damsels of this end have adopted t o beautiful fashion oft sUrmihg all neophytes with a parcel shower of conve niwttea to housekeeping AB Mrs R repaired to a neighbors in response to an emergency call storrnfrout to her was tightly fastened and her and rbadtsonly companion was art t yearold child After pUling through a gate in turning the horse the buggy was upset In a stream Stormfront wouldnt yield and mother ana baby were imprisoned in tho buggy top The child succeeded in rescuing the baby unharmed except a broken ring to pacifier in its mouth and Mrs Riffe fi nally emerged without greater discom fort than partial submergence The considerate enough of the 1Iwrsewas and stood quietly till suc The vas to an of the shower the good 17rifik had collected for her On re- turnhoraefourofa1 fawlll of 16 wer exc fonEeanda mother Irt urgent demand At I all were thriving 1foeter SHELTON SAUFLEY The present manager of the INTERIOR JOURNAL desiring to give the readers and patrons of this paper an introduc lion to the new owner and editor looks snllpshot of Mr Shelton M Saufle and the above half tone was made from it Ho is much averse to seeing his picture in print and no ono will ba moro surprised than ho when he reads his paper this morning and sees himself portrayed Mr Saufley will arrive from Frankfort Saturday March 12 to take charge and the present Incumbent hopes to introduce him to many of his readers the court day following Tho young ladles of the IlustonvlU pulltngevening March 4th Go and help a good cause JAf Margaret Swope who lost a son and was seriously poisoned herself In tho Kansas City tragedy was a granddaughter of George Lee for ma ny years a prominent farmer of tho West End lie own jMho farm now rented by J U Uonaker Sho was a double first cousin of J G and George D Weatherford and Mra D S Car penter of our city Miss Nora Belle Dixon who was governess for the Swopo family for many years was al so a native of the West End being a daughter of Laura Brown who was raised and educated here IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs J T Allen Is dead in the Car tersville section 6f+Garrard Mrs J C Catching aged GO is dead In tho Bonham section of Laurel James A Stout a woalthv young man of Danville has been adjudged in saneVirgil Sterna aged 15 who killed his father with a shot gun near Woodstock Pulaskl county was given two ears A little son of J Dunbar of Russell Springs was fatally burned by his clothes catching fire from an open grateAttorney E T Wesley of Somerset has been appointed United States com missioner for his district to succeed J R Cook oho resigned Judgo James D Black of Barbour yule has announced that he willaccept the presidency of Union College tendered two months ago following trio resignation of Dr James W Easley as head of the institution the oldest of the kind in Eastern Kentucky- In the Knox circuit court J W Bays Sr administrator of J W Bays Jr was rendered a vcrdlctof 5500 against the L N railroad for the death of the latter The suit was brought for 25000 have Jr was killed by a train at Four Mile Bell county Dont Break Down Severe strains on tho vital organs like utralns on machinery cause breakdowns You cant overtax stomach liver kidneys bowels or nerves with out serious danger to yourself If you are weak or rundown or under strata of any Kind take Electric Bit tore tho matchless tonic medicine Mrs J E Van do Sundoof Kirkland 111 writes That I did not break down while enduring a most severe strain for three moot s Is duo wholly to Electric Bitters Use them and enjoy health and strength Satisfaction positively guaranteed 60o at Pennys Drug Store Ono of tho finest paintings in tho rooms of tho Historical Society in the new capitol is that of William Goebel placed in position this week The portrait Is an excellent likeness and was done by De Barry of New York It Is a gift to the Stato by Justus Goe bel who brought It to Frankfort and presented it to tho Historical Society MIo na Stomach Tabletts cure fall Ifouahese dizziness and Indigestion or money back Ask G L Penny for a 50c S i NEWS NOTES I Mrs Elizabeth Hommel Is dead at Danville aged 81 I Wm P Lee treasurer of the Louisville Gas Co is dead Saloon license has been raised in Lexington to 225 from 160 Jose Domlnga do Obaldia president of Panama died from heart disease Arthur Miles shot Bessie Stiff to death on tho streets of Louisville Jealousy is attributed as thq cause Battling Nelson who was unmercifully whipped by Ad Wolgast is not satisfied but wants another chunco at him The Pennsylvania railroad has ac quired sufficient stock of tho Norfolk Western Railway to give it absolute control of the road The cornerstone of the new Normal School At Bowling Green was laid with appropriate exercises Saturday Gov Willson was present and delivered an addressTheodore Roosevelt is to be offered tho presidency of the exposition which ii to be held in Now Orleans to cele brate the opening of the Panama ex position A receiver was appointed at Chatta nooga Tenn for tho Great Southern Agency Company an Insurance corpora tion operating in several Southern States whoso affairs have recently been in the courts- Prpsecutor Garven of Hudson coun ty New Jersey has asked tho State supreme court to compel the big beef companies to bring their minutes of directors meetings within the jurisdic tion of New Jersey A H C Mann was stabbed by Will Williamson a Negro who entered the Mann home at Vidalia Ga and as saulted Mrs Mann Tho Negro was pursued by an angry mob and killed five miles from Vidalia It is expected that 1600000 will be distributed at once to claimants against the Southern Mutual Investment Co as a result of tho confirmation of the reporter J C Logers the receiver by the circuit court in Lofcington William F Kettenbach George H I Kester and William Dwyer whose trial on a charge of conspiracy to defraud the Government of valuable timber lands was concluded at Boise Idaho were declared not guilty by the jury Dr James R Hull who was indicted at ville Mo on a charge of murdering Pro J T Vaughn was refused ball lIe was remanded to the custody of the sheriff while his lawyers made application for a writ of habeas corpus Receivers for tho Textile Mills Cor poration wero appointed in the United States circuit court at New Orleans The concern has a capitalization of 5000000 and operates several large cotton mills in Louisiana and Missis sippiEulogies on tho life and character of Gen Lew Wallace In connection with the acceptance by Congress of a statue of Gen Wallace presented by the State of Indiana and a debate upon tho postofllce appropriation bill consumed a good deal of time in the House Mrs Alma Proctor Vaughn was ar rested on a warrant charging her with tho murder of her husband Prof John T Vaughn Sho was released on 25 000 bond Mrs Vaughn and Dr J R Hull also under arrest were Indicted at Klrksvllle Mo on the charge of murderA I of valuable papers bearing on the tobacco situation were stolen I from the residence of Congressman J Campbell Can trill In Georgetown The burglar described as a dressed man fired a couple of shots at Jack a nephew of Cantrlll who Interrupted him Neither shot took ef feet MATRIMONIAL J T Butler and Miss Anna Dayton popular McKinney people were mar ried Tuesday Penumbra Newell of Kansas and Miss Grace D Langton of Pulaski were married at Somerset Ills Danville friends will be Interest ed in the announcement of the marriage of Prof James B Walton to Mrs Ma lardlastIn Colorado Springs Prof Walton was formerly principal of the Central Uni versity Preparatory School and is well known here Advocate CHURCH MATTERS Miss Yates is conducting an interest ing protracted meeting in the old church at Rowland The Christian Endeavor will have union services at the Christian church beginning at 7 oclock Sunday evening next No services at tho rest of the churches that evening It Saved His Leg All thought Id lose my leg1I writes J A Swenson of Watertown Wis Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure had at last laid me up Then Bucklens Arnica Salvo cured it sound and well Infallible for Skin Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Boils Fever Sores Burns Scalds Cutsand Piles 25o at Pennys Drug Store I P c Z MM1a MOGH NI lA1 MP iaeaRlR1 1 111111A t C ses etsan oconeairievvyvvvavvwvvvvvvvvtavvwrv 21 2 IIIiEarly Spring Suits II dour line full of Snappy Stylish all wool suits by the best tailors in Amsrica is open for sehelectingII GBESrS II f that are so good this season if NOTICE that distinctive fit around the collar that H Hart Schaffner Marx il j have and you will wOnder why you havi a sot worn them sooner j i n Cummins Wearen S y STANFORD KENTUCKY + J i i HOME Hart Schaffner 8T Marx Clothes J 2 sr+ cvvv ItItItIt air o srir o JwSMIPRt Ml Ll11M t 1I itAllM fVVawV VV4VVi W It n OTTENHE1K John Hester of Garrard was In thIs section Sunday Josiah Mullins has sold his farm to a Mr Pope of West Virginia for 1 600 J L KIdd sold a good work mule to Mr Raleigh for 95jB G Russell who runs a saw near Woodstock but resides at this place came nejr getting his leg broken while en route home by tailing off a wagon while it was in rapid motion and a wheel running over his leg The family of Reuben Adams has been undergoing a Beige of pneumonia four of the family being 111 with It comb having recovered from It and the others up to this writing doing as well ai could be expected The stork seems to have a spite at this neighborhood Just now as he has- left five babies and all of them democrats In tho lost week or ten days Republicans and prohibitionists where are you At this rate in 21 years Bry an will bo elected President The proud fathers are as follows Link KIdd S J Pollard Dock Bowen Fred Dye house T L Tucker Andy McKinney of Garrard was hero last week to see his best girl L A Adams of Garrard was here to see his father W S Adams who is very ill of pneumonia Wilson Alexander was in this neighborhood on business A J Manuel of Garrard was with relatives Nearly every family in this section is in the throes of the grip It seems that the disease is a general epi- demIc The Lash of A Fiend would have been about as welcome to A Cooper of Oswego N Y as amor elless lungracking cough that defied all remedies for yearslilt was most troublesome at night II ho writes nothing helped we till I used Dr Kings Now Discovery wulck cured mo ddmpletoly 1 never cough at night now II Millions know its matchless merit for stubborn colds obstinate coughs sore lungs la grippe asthma hemorrhage croup whooping cough or hayfover It relloves quickly and never falls to satisfy A trial con vinces 60c 81 Trial bottle free Its positively guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store I If Jeffries wind he will head an all star aggregation of the greatest boxers for a tour of tho world The topr will last 10 months anf the promoters hope to clear more than 1000000 in profits of which sum more than 150000 will go to Jeffries To market to market To buy a fat pig Home again home again Deal was too big Since 1883 the sea has washed away 419 acres of the British b11 but it has also added 30752 The land gained however fa at pretest useless the LinColn goimty national fiatW Of Stanford I Renfucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 4300000 Resources 34000000 s H SHANKS PRESIDENTS WM BRIGHT CASHIER J JB PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J Wl ROCHESTER ASSTCASHf H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPEReHVYS FOSTER CLERK DIREOTORSt I W CarterstanfordJohnkin TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preacberaville Lilburn 5 Gooch Gilberts Creek r FIRST NATIONAL BANK1 STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 1882 CAPITALJSTOCK 50000 i SURPLUS EARNED 20000cn HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 2f6EOO aCombtriuDeposit Boxes for Uss ourJCustorriers We Solicit Your Account r OFFICERS I S Rocker President- S T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughraan Asst Cashr W W Sannders Bookkeeper I of 1 F Reid J H D Elmore J M Pettus H C J F Cummins S T Harris no C t E C Walton J S Hocker W H Louisville Auto Show1 Great Exhibit DIRECTORS Baughman- M Baughmao Robinson Murphy March i 171819jat theIArmory CAR TRUCKS CHASSES PARTS MOTORCYCLES i SUNDRIES ACCESSORIES ETC jAlo CELEBRATED RECORDBREAKING AEROPLANE 1MictJ1dDccar tioneI Afternooar 25c Eyenings5Oc- For Particufm addro Sacrttaiy LouGville Auto Dealer Aoiatiol r The Interior Journal SHELTON M SAUFLEY 01rXa HON HARVEY HELM candidate for reo nominattontarConImei from the Btghtb dlitrletiubject to of the demo cratlo party THE EDITORS FRANKFORT LET TER FRANKFORT MARCH 2Thls is the busiest time of the Legislative session Every manwho has a bill that he wants passed is on the ground working with might and main toget into the favor of the Rules committee of the House which is grinding out business daily in the lowerbranch That august body In the Senate has not yet gotten in control of affairs for its rules say that the Rules Gomraitteelfshall not take hold until the last ten days of the session I This is keeping the democrats who want to pass some special legislation before it may become endangered bj the veto ax pretty busy The Louis yule ripper bill is the bone of contention in the upper chamber just now and the rcpublicansHare doing every thing possible tostave it off until the last ten days so that Gov Willson can veto it This measure is designed to k abolish the present office of city attorney of Louisville now held by a republican It would supply the place of corporation counsel to bo filled by appointment of Democratic Mayor Head The office would be die same but under a different name Mayor Head is very anxious Ifor the bill to pass and the leaderain the Senate are trying to oblige him Ho says that his administration cannotjbe made the sue CMS he desires without a democratic attorneyUNIT BILLlAlBIG STICK The republican leaders are heaven and earth to hold the place an omo of the whisky I republicans have threatened to vote to bring the County Unit bill up if the whisky democrats persist in their efforts to put the rip per bill over The County Unit bill is the big stick which is swayed ove all heads this session Many believe that it will prove anenormous bugbear in the future pathslofmany promising politicians especiallyjthose who came ir here pledged to I support it and then slaughtered it without hint or apology to their constituents MAYjTALK AGAINST TIME Two days more and the republicans will have no fear of the Ripper bill which k practically the only partisan pleas of legislation that has been seri ously considered this session In that period thelGovernora veto will come Into its own and it will avail thedemo crate nothing to pass anything that he might be suspected of opposing There ia some talk thatJSenator A J Oliver of Allen copnty will endeavor to make a speech two days in length to kill the bill Talking against time has beer 4resorted to in a number of cases in the n Congress but it is a very rare thing in the Legislature The Senate was in amuddle as to who had the floor when it adjourned Tuesday It is said that President Cox will recognize Sena tor Oliver whe will begin his propos r wily longwinded speech the chair abetting the plan by refusing to recog nize anyone else while Oliver is oni his feet It remains to be seen wheth er such ajdesperate scheme can be carried out PRISON BILLS FASHo The Rules 1 Committee of the House t have five days advantage over its com panion body in the Senate as th House committee went to the helm 15 I F days in advanceof final adjournment Bills providing forreform tin management of the State prisons chiefly occu 1t pied the attentionjof the House today Three were passed the indeterminate tuntence act the reformatory and the amended parole acts Experts on pen itentiary affairs and students of the convict system believe that these bills 1willbe the means of effecting great b changes in the condition of prisoners andliccomplish much toward the bet terment of the individual and his prep for the society of lawabiding again It remains to to be seen ilaratlQll s have passed tho Senate andI ready for theGovernor It is i probable that the bill to abolish capital t punishment by the gallows will also be adopted Death sentences will then be carried out through the agency of the chair at the penitentiary here AITROrRIATlONS AS YET jelectric the General Assembly has foe part steered clear of every makes a noise like tho clink coming out of States strong box All realize that it would be use leas to appropriate and have the Gov i ernor nullify the result as he will do if the prospect does not appear pleasing to him It is believed that the Gov ri fcrnor will approve an appropriation oft about a quarter of a million more dol I lars to finish the capitol grounds and i put the final touches on the the build ilug In the mere matter of money this 1 likely to prove an expensive see Hion as sessions generally go In the matter of mens political reputations it seem likely that another tale will be told LOBBYISTS ARE BUSY BOYS t Several large daily papers and country papers all over the State arecharg I w tng that never was any GenerAl Assembly more completelYllub1 servient to the wishes the bi corporations One who has I a number of Legislature come and goright on the ground can truly say that there has been little exaggeration I in anyof the charges that have been made The rules of the Senate were framed by these lobbyists or their henchmen in the beginning and the whole session has been more or less a mirror of their manipulations There are many strong fearless defenders of the rights of the people among the members but either they are so blind- sometimes that they cannot see thp nigger In the woodpile or they are so hopelessly outnumbered that there is little use raising a protest Like charity i the good name of democracy has been often used to cover a multitude of sins for which an accounting to the people will have to come sooner or later TO UELP TilE JAILERS The House today passed a bill which is designed to help the jailers of the State It allows them a slight increase in the price allowed to be charged for the feeding of prisoners Two compan ion bills are also before tho body and tho Jailers Association of the State is working hard to secure their passage Jailer W J Fitzgerald of Boyle coun ty president of the association is on the ground constantly and is doing good work for the measure The newspapers of the State appre ciate tho action of the Senate in pass ing the first of their libel law amend ments and hope that the House will do as well by it This bill saves the paper which may have published a 11 belous article from punitive damages in the event it makes a complete re traction as prominently the offend ing article appeared No reputable newsphper would knowingly libel any creepdmatter how carefully every crevice may be watched Every honorable publisher is willing to make full explanation and apology for a mistake and it is but right that it should be accepted by the therspirit in which it Is offered S M S SOME fellow asked in Congress a few years ago when he wanted some law passed in conflict with the basic law What is the constitution between friends Really it doesnt seem to amount to much between any body of law makers when it wishes to do any thing For instance the constitution provides the number of Appellate judg eg but when the court got behind with its business it practically added soothe to the number by getting the Legisla ture to authorize the appointment of a commissioner The constitution provides that the salary of an official shall not be increased during his incumbency but the Legislature at the instance of the circuit judges added 1200 to the salary of each by whipping the devil around the stump that is to say by giving them that sum for either acting or not acting as special judges We are raising no kick over the latter because those judges are underpaid W simply want to show how easy it is t evade the constitution when it is de sired to do so t TilE affirmance of the Court of Ap peals of the constitutionality of the Crecellus law making the purchaser of pooled tobacco and all other crops a punishable offense will prove of great value to the societies which are trying to aid the growers by making those reasonableeprice for it The roan who would sell his crop after pooling it should suffer such a penalty as would make the un principled act more odious las Wejtern Union Telegraph Co announces a night letter service at nominal rates The world is going in such a rush that the malls are far too slow for the average big business and the innovation may prove a great ben efit to trade generally Electricity seems destined to take the place ofI mail and fill a greater part in our life than can now be imagined TlMNEEDHAM of Williamatown and C B Nelson of Washington City have bought the Winchester Democrat for 12000 Both are practical newspaper men and they should and doubtless will make it an even better paper than it now is PROGRESSIVE Atlanta has voted three millions for sewerage and street Improvements The New York of the South has a habit of biting off a big chunk but she never falls to masticate MAYOR SHANK of Indianapolis who is a great notorietyseeker announces that he will have a number of women appointed on the police force SOACRE farm about seven miles from Stanford Land all cleared and in good state of cultivation sixroom cottage barn double crib etc Right on pike close togood school house and church and in good community Well watered and fenced Price 2OCO Stanfqrd Real Estate Co I SAW in your last perthe coin binedages of S H Shanks and his four sisters was 330 The age of my self and my four sisters together is 569 years W S Warren j POLITICAL I IThe State Senate passed the RipPer bUlLIflay Wilteeri a l tWe G Mnna of Louisville commissioner of the In stitute for tho Blind J Campbell Cantrill of the Seventh district will be a candidate for Con gresa to succeed himself IT is likely that Gov Wiilson will call an extra session of the Legislature immediately after its adjournment- I The House Committee on Naval Af fairs voted for the construction of two battleships one repair ship two fleet colliers and four submarines LOWISIWalkeraccept the Covington district attorney ship The Indiana State Republican convention will be held in Indiahapolia on 5 and the delegates to the convention will be chosen in the different counties March 25 The fact that the WhallenWattcr sonVrceland combine of boltors has succeeded in defeating the County Unit bill in the Senate does not mean that they can or will control the nomina tions of the democratic candidates next year ate on the Unit 13111hit will beefound is an entirely different thing from con trolling the Kentucky democracy Frankfort Journal Alleging that Secretary Richard A Ballinger of the Department of tho Interior of the United States Govern ment entered the portfolio to tear down the Roosevelt policies comer gainingIGilford Pinchot took the witness stand in the Congressional investigation Saturday and electrified hiss audience by serious charges against Mr Ballinger How often do you eat this food A short time ago there appeared in the columns of one of the prominent magazines an article on building brain and muscle by the proper selection of the foods you cat A ood people were surprised to find oatmeal placed at the top of the list of foods recommended but if the article had appeared in an English or Scotch paper every reader would have expected to see place given to good As a matter of fact Great Britian and Europe come to us for tremendous quantities of Quaker Oats because it represents to them perfect food being the richett in flavor and best in cleanliness and purity of all oatmeals Convenience and economy are served by the way it is packedregular ages lOc in hermetically scaled tins for hot climates a Auctioneer I I over my services to the of Lin coin county alan auctioneer KntUfnrtloi guangtanlMorelandKyt15FsJ Nol Residence Turnersvllls PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING Iampreparedtodo all kind or painting and paper bRnltiOfHee me twfore you let your of trork- JAUKH MONDAY Stanford Ky J J BELDEN For bowie cdrrioge and IlgD painting duo rltIYe peperbangingalso baggy trimming of nil Kinds inch ni tops recovered curtain and boots med Htopover AldrldflJl bluk KyoJ J BELDHN Stock of Merchandise for Sale I dcilro to sell privately my stock ol Qro cerlel and Hardware Doing a good busk flea Will Invoice about tijun IteciOQ 111 health QKO D HOPPEUBUnfordtKy Fruit and Ornamental Trees J Everything for Orchard Lawn and Oardeu Oue plaataJTrreNo Agent H F Hlllenmeyer Sons LKXIBSTON Kxmav FARM FOR SALE I A No 1 Farm of 106 acres Homo hOI four goodbarnland li about halt Virgin Soil adaptid to raising grass hay corn wheat outs hemp and tobacco and ii all In trait except about anon and lion the pike oearKood schools cuurches and depot and hams good and optbouleIock flex 081 Stanford K- yFARM FOR SALE My farm of 57 acres of good land well Ira roved well watered Is for sale It is located seven mile from aalord In the Maywood section Home bniilx rooms outbuildingAJ T LIVINGSTON R V D No1 Stanford Xy A W CURD AUCTIONEER Bur in KentucKr I am a graduate of Jones National School of Auctioneer Chicago and have bad ex erlenco In the big cattle sales at the Union stock Yards Chicago where we sold sours thoroughbreds ai high in 11600 Also In horse sales where Bin sales were made each day Auctioneering li a science and I have pbonolnebeforemako sale to youradyantage I r5 n NEW MUSIC I We have placed In stock a line line of vo col nnd Instrumental muilo nil sold at Ko per cop Will order any special piece de red For sale a- tShutfrs KL Tanners Drug Store Stanford Kentucky I W tJWell Dressed lt I Well dressed indeed is the man who wears the CLOTHES we- sell 1 We now have on cur display racks our spring suits from 15 to 2750 as pretty as the picture Every little detail is perfect and BETTER TAILORING cannot be Let us show them to you and you will see the truth of oui statement H J McROBERTS Stanford KentucKy R TO THE FARMERS I wttlcontlnue to handle Kertllltert In thi Jumbo and McKinney sections and ask my old patron to remember me I oleo aiklbt patronage of many new outtotneriUIHIPPLK London Ky B n CARTER Now Llvorv Dopot Street Phone 06 STANFORD KENTUCKY W A TRIBBLE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phne 23 Night Phone 133 Stanford KentuoKy Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marblo and Cranlto Monu monts Marken and Posts Cemetery and Lawn Vaieiand Betteei Once and works Me Kinney Icy- EXECUTONS SALE OF LAND As Executor of Monroe Curtis detdbI will sell ot public outcry to the h1 before the courthouse door In Stanford Ky nt about x oclock on MONDAY MAHOH141910 county e home on the Danville pikelroperty li about three miles from Stanford and li bounded h the lands of Mrs MAttie White J II Hilton and the Danville pike Lies opposite the farm of T A Hlco and contains by the deed Wacrei 1 rood and 18 polesorlandItason It n cottage barn necessary outbuild Ings iprlng Nice homo convene iently located and fertile land Sale will be made on credit of t moobl with interest atA cent from day of tale Iurebnier will be required to execute note with approved personal security and a lien will be retained prlvliege given upon compliance with terms of sale P M MoltOIlEltTB Exr Monroe Curtis Dinwiddie CoI Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods Y J j How To I Collect Your Notes ann Accounts t How can I collect whnt is owing me This is tboa1l iwportantqueetles- with ever merchant wholesale firm huiinfn and professional sea farImew and in fact every one today Never lute the question been to prominent in tho business world as it is today The loss of a her account trt t 1 i B youthattention knowledge or experience to the adjustment or examination into eoae claim iu which you have an interest may cau o 011 tho low of dollars Ie Our province and our business is to help you in these matters Whether it II e is a NOTE or ACCOUNT you arc not able to collect or whether it is HOHC claim in which you have au interest which need looking Into carefully we arc prepared Ue Ito Itand do If promptly This isour bueinC wo make It n study Wo have thoi facilities and we have the experience and the fact that rbcstwe make no charges unless we collect Wo make collection anywhere in the adjeluiagcountying after or a note or account which you want collected BO matter how yoyrbuslnct8NAYS COLLECTION AGENCY I WOQDSON MAY Mgr Somerset Kentucky fj t Q L Penny R H Coffey E Jl Coleman tNfFA Dr Hoc Poultry Panacea Will make hens lay cure them of disease and keep them in good thrifty condition The increase in the number of eggs laid will more than t- J for tho small expense of feeding- It is sold at Pennys Drug Ilor06PENNY DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky lr altr1 I r tjI i Come and SeeI 1- P The Q grANFOMD KY MAH 4 101 NEEDLES Dobbins and Shuttles all sewing machines at Pennys Dru- I 4Store PERSONALS THE lick are ill improving JASV BAUQHMAN TRAYLOR is very sick Miss IJKRTIIA JACKSON Is with Lon den friends Miss MARY MOBLEY is with Loul4 vilte relatives t MM II B SMITH le very III with stomach trouble JOg Coox little son of J S Turpin I has been very ill CArT JOg LYNN COFFEY of Frankfort Is here with hla family s U M WARE of Rowland visited his is Orchard i MRS W S WARREN continues very ill Her husband ii also very feeble V MR W I WILLIAMS of Lancaster wu here to see Judge Saufley Tuesday BEN HARDIN of London was hero Monday n ht returning from Montlcel i Ip REV R B MAHONY and daughter Miss Marie spent yesterday at Lancas ter MR AND MRS JOHN L GRUNDY of Lebanon were guests of Mrs Louise Tate MMDAMES LUCINDA GRINSTEAD and JW Ireland spent several days in DMville MR AND MRS LEWIS Ross of Gar card were guests of Mr W S Fish and family LITTLE MARY BURKB who his been ill of typhoid lover and whooping cough is rush better MJot F F BLANKENSHIP and Mrs LeVTurpin were guests of Mrs M C TurnTfl at Hubble MISSES MARY AND JANE TAUMB are vWiting friends and relatives at Spring field and Perryville MR AND MRS J F NEIGHBORS ofI t Leuhvllle spent Wednesday with Mr and Mrs W K Warner MRS S B HARTLEY attended the burial at Park Wednesday of her grand mother Mrs Ssllle Moore MRS E J DROWN and son Prescott went to Maretsburg Tuesday to see tho formers sister who Is very III MRS J B BOURN and pretty daugtu tarMltf Allecn urn of Lancaster were guests of Mrs Wt K Warner MR JOHN TEMPLEMIRC of Pleasant Green Mo has been the guest of Mils Lucy 0 Massey of the McKinney sec tion Miss MINNIE STHAUB has returned from tile cities where she purchased extensively of Spring and Snmmer mil MORRIS M PERKINS is in Cin cinnati buying stacks of spring and summer god for W E Perkins tho hustling Crab Orchard merchant MRS S M SAUPLEY and Master f Shelton Marshall Saufley Arrived from 91M Frankfort Tuesday night The bus d bandend father will join them about March 12- NEwa cornea from Morrow Ga that a little daughter kM arrived at the home of Dr and Mrs J B Smith The 1ra mother was the pretty Miss Gertrude a Goocb of the McKinney section of this oeuRtyRkv R R NOEL left Wednesday Right for Lafollette Tenn to attend the burial of his little Reable the two year old daughter of Mr Marshall Noel The child died of paeumnla MR CHARLB8 J MARKS of West CoviBgton h here soliciting subscrip tions to Frank Leslies Magazine Mr Marks la an old printer and is a great grandson of Richard Monoy thq first r printer Dublin Ireland ever had Ho showed ua the first Frank Leslie ever published It bears the date of Dec 15185 TUB many Danville Mends of Attor- ney4 George B Saufley of Stanford will be pleased to learn that he is grad ually recovering from a severe at tack of typhoid feverCol George D had as hla guests for the 4 I j FrIday night the fol Ii sop1eIr Rea amen from lluatonville J 0 Wetttherferd Howard t oai J CR W and JlI lt r l- i11 Black Minorca eggs 1 per sotting Mrs W II Weoren lino of wa Ipaper and plcturoI moulding just in J L Bcazlcy a bushel Henry C Anderson country mathams sides shoulders jowls otcat the Country Store ANOTHER car of seed meal at J H Baughman Cos We handle only the 41 per cent goods tho best BEAUTIFUL line of and sum mer suitings just received for your in spection Call In and sea them II C Rupley THOSE estate of Dr L B Cook must settle at once or I will be compelled to collect the accounts bylaw Mrs L B Cook admx L B Cook MR J E RoBINSON of Lancaster bought of Mrs Malccna Lawson of this place her farm on DIx river known as the old Tom Stond place fo HGOO CLAIDORNE WALTON has postponed his rink from tonight Friday until tomorrow Saturday night when those who enjoy skating will likely flock to Waltons Opera House William Landgraf died suddenly at her home at Ottenhelm I yesterday morning She is survived by her husband but rio children Tho bur- Ial will take place at Ephesus church at 10 oclock Saturday morning THE remains of John Mullins were taken through on Wednesdays train to Livingston for interment Ho died at the homo as his brother William CIMulllns in Louisville Mr Mullins was for years a well known citizen of Rock castle county 116 ACRE farm three miles from Stan ford on good pike and In splendid com munity In high state of cultivation has a two story frame dwelling now barn and all necessary outbuildings Place well watered and fenced WillI e lat right figure Stanford Real Es tate Co SIMS hands ome and bright 10 monthsold son of Mr and Mrs J It Sims died In their rooms in the Myers house flats Monday night after an ill ness which begun with whooping cough and developed Into pneumonia The little thing was taken to Richmond for Interment Great sympathy is felt for I the youthful parents in their great loss BIER Miss Florence Bibb well known and much loved by her many friends In this county where sho lived many years died at the home of her sister Mrs A E Godwin in Nashville a few days ago Sho was a daughter of tho late Richard Bibb and an aunt of Mr Claude Bibb of this city She was a graduate of Stanford Femalo College and an accomplished and most excellent young woman CHANGE r a D Pen nlngton has bought the interest of Mr R B Mahony in the insurance and real estate firm of Mahony Fish and the firm is now Fish Pennington The business is a paying one and Mr Ma nbny has been chiefly instrumental in building it up to Its present high stand ard and his numerous friend Tegro- that illhealth forces him to retire Mr Pennington is well and favorably known throughout Lincoln county and is thor oughly competent to carry on his part of the firms business Mr Fish tells us that he will be in the field most of the time while his partner will always bo found in their office on Lancaster street CIRCUIT COURT la still moving along but not a great deal of business is be ing done as only equity cases are being tried Dock Padgett indicted for the murder of Green Skidmore was al lowed bail in tho sum of 1000 which he gave The grand jury adjourned Tuesday after returning 17 indictments Including one against James Hughes of Kings Mountain for assault on a nine year old girl he and his wife had adopt ed Hughes was arrested and placed in jail He was allHwed ball In 81000 which he has not given Feeling is in tense against him in his home section Bertha Lovelace ia the girls name and 1 4- a ft WE just received our first installment of new Ihave suits Skirts and capes are this seasons newest creations and are positively right in style and price Wo have novelty suits 15 and up Military capes 85and up New Spring Skirts in tho plaited styles See The Sui The nice fresh butter at 30c per pound ACCORDING to a Wnshlngtan dispatch Postmaster J C Florence will hold on four more years any way This is good news to the splendid officials legion of friends of which tho writer is one HON J A SULUVAN of Richmond in an interview states that he will not be a candidate for Congress Wu pre diet that a primary will be called and Hon Harvey Helm will have no oppo sition for the nomination 5 TimE Maysvillo Dally Bulletin says A large audlenco witnessed Mrs Reids entertainment which scored a big hit last evening tho Dude Drill and Guess What 7 bringing down the houso in a storm of apvlause The same program will be given at Waltons Opera House Friday evening March 11 and as our young people can not be excelled you cant afford to miss it WILL H SHANKS of Lincoln is a valuable member of the lower House and is father of the bill to create and establish a department of uniform fices This ia Wills second term and ho is a very valuable member Jos T Embry doorkeeper of the House and Jesse M Alverson assistant clerk in tho Senate seem tote on their jobs Extract from the Mt Vernon Signals Frankfort DELSARTB ENTERTAINMENT Mrs Reids entertainment at Waltons Opera Mouse on Friday evening March 11 promises to be very attractive About 75 of our moat talented young people will take part They will be well trained and cannot be excelled The Park City Dally Times says Mrs Reids entertainment at Potter Opera House last evening was decidedly the beet over given in Bowling Green The same program will bo given hero Tou cannot afford to miss it MOORE Ewolt MooreI wife of tho late Dr Noah S Moore diedat the home of her daughter MnIGoorgo W Stuart on Mt Airy Avenue in Paris Monday afternoon of general debility in her BOth year Mrs Moore was a member of the phrlstian church and Is survived by four sons Messrs N A Mooro City Collector Stamps Moore Morin More and Spears Moore and five daughters Mesdamea W W Goitre and Albert a Miller of Craw fordsville Ind G C Givens of this place George W Stuart and J W Jameson of Iarle Mrs Givens andI eon Ewalt arrived just before she breathed her last TOTTEN Judge William Melton Tot ten tbo venerable father of Mr James L Tottcn died at the letters homo at midnight Wednesday aged 86 Ho is survived by eight children but his wife who was Miss Margaret Lear diedsome 11 years ago The following children survive Mesdames J H Dunn of Decatnr III Mason Pullinfc of Paint Lick Mlko Ray of Buckeyo J B Hughes of Lturgin and Miss Jennie Totten of Decatur and James L Totten of this city and S B and R B Totten of Decatur The burial oc curred in tho Lancaster cemetery at 2 oclock yesterday afternoon after ser vices at the grave by Eld Joseph Bat lou Judge Totten was police judge of Lancaster for many yearn but moved to his sons hero some two years ago Christian church AT a meeting of Band at which the full membership was pres ent the following officers were elected E Wilkinson president Geo Hopper Jr secretary and treasurer P C Deemer musical director The follow ing Is a list of members with the in strument assigned to each Pat W Whipp Geo DeBordc P C Deemor b fiat cornet W H Brady b flat clarinet Geo IJarrls e flat clarinet Marshall Stone o flat alto E Wilkinson e flat alto E W Connett o flat alto Walter Singleton 1st tenor F J Con nett 2d tenor Geo Hopper b fiatslldel trombone A G Huffman Wm Severance tuba Wallace Single ton bass drum Arnold Brady snare drum Many of tho members have In struments but some will have to be purchased Help them out and give them After the new courthouse is completed and the lawn gotten Inshapean effort will be made to erect a band when the boys will concerts several evenings a week during the summer months c FOR SALEA secondhanded Fraz ure cart W H Higgins PURE strain White eggs for sale Miss Lizzie Davison Stanford TUB 13000 licensee Danville hop joints out of commission The small license put on them here cut little or no ice WE havo nHardin county in 50acro tracts to 000 acres and prices from 300 to 11000 These lands pro duce fine Burley tobacco Stanford Real Estate Co FORD The sad news comes from Mlddlesboro that Mrs R C Ford died thero Wednesday of Brights disease She had been ill since the birth of her youngest child some four months ago Deceased was Miss Emma Garrard and was well known here where she at tended school a year or mote She was a warmhearted bright and lovable wc man and her many friends hero and elsewhere are grieved at her untimely death Mrs Ford is survived by her husband and four children WE are informed that since the liq uor element is circulating petitions to get enough names for a new election on local option that the best element among the colored women have taken up the temperance fight with vigor and determination We understand that they have been holding well organized meet ings to protest against the saloons be- Ing opened again in Harrodsburg They say that since whisky has been elimina ted they and their children have lived more comfortably and had more and better clothes and food They feel that now with living expenses so high if their husbands are tempted to spend their wages for whisky the return of saloons will mean actual want and suffering for many families We are Informed that the women are holding prayer meetings among themselves and making well directed efforts to counteract tho petitions and keep the men of their families from signing it We hope this is the case because such movement will mean a moral stand that will meet with respect everywhere Harrodsburg Herald HONOR ROLL of Stanford Graded and High School for February Primary Wm Tate Lucy Traylor Manuel Turpin Isabel Warren Herman ISmith Burke Morgan S I Baughman Joanna Ballou Harvev Em bry Annie Eubanks Ed Walton Farmer George F Farris Joe Grimes Marguerite McClure Bettlo Perry Marie Powell Thelma Powell Ida Pettus Margaret Shanks Grado 2 Stella Walker Sophie Saun ders Grace Anderson Mary Garman Mary F Cormney Wearen Sam Craig Morris Grade 3Hester Anderson Earle Baughman Tilden Cooper Thelma Francis Rachel Hill Willie Rankin Sarah Traylor Annetto Wearen Grade 4 Ilobart Arnold Morris Bruce Annie VanArsdale Craig Fran ces Embry Sylvia Farmer Birdie Ford Ransom Ford Kathryn Harris Annie Powell Clarence Singleton Claiborne Walton Grade 5Matsy Grimes Nellie Wil son Hili Lettie W Jean Paxton Ethel Powell Clinton Coleman Joe T Embry Jesse Hooker Grade 6 Bessie Moore Ella Eichen berger Maud Arnold Effie Ware Harry Farmer James Tribblo Grade 7 Boyco Hunn James Ows ley Morris Jarvis Mary S Cook Sal lie M Craig Anna D McRoberts Ma ry M Raney Mayme Singleton Besslo Efllo Baughman Robert Carter Marion Grimes Eva Moser High School Thomas Bright Having drclded to RO to Ten on account of mr health I will on TUESDAY MAKOII IS 1910 at the Monroe Ourtl plnce rS mile from Htnuford on the Danville pie tell to the highest mr entire lot of household good thrco good work mares and n good work mule tome plow and gear ono wagon and one buckboard Terms cash MFMURPlir Sale 1 milts Neat of Crab Orchard on the Stanford and Crab Orchard pike TIIUUSDAY MAIIOII 10 1910 One work hence one comblued horse as Rood as In the country three cows two yearlings calves one black rkshlre gilt one two horse wagon ono one hug ay one Brown cultivator one Oliver chilled Iplow two double shovel hall dozen boos ono harrow Jloliusei ernporntor about 15 barrels corn cross out saw wagon and buggy hurneu nn or gun sewing machine our bed stead ono cot one bureau one buby carriage one I Clllol chair threo stand tables a clock two stores two safes halt dozen cbalrsoth mention 1 t 4 Blouse J i 1 I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD YH 1 Interior Journal BlukenthlpI 4llnery granddaughter Weatherford atOnlebanqllet JVCarson liiReAdYoeate- I LOCAL- STuonovalunEu 0NEw 125gStanford- WANTEDSome spring indebted LANDORAFMrs FIRMM orphansDQhp With New Russian IWANTEDSomo ofrcorrespondence 3luuo gentStanford encouragement Leghorn put WallsGrade WilkinsonGrade PUBLIC SALE 116IPublic OJVEDWAIIDHJ yar Coat Y L R Hughes T W Humble W Q llprtinV 1 Silks For Spring Summer Wo are showing a beautiful line of Pongees and Shan tungs in all the new weaves andcolors Also tho Fore lards nnd Tussahs in the fancy figured and colors Also the t diagonals in tho two toned effect of which all are very strong 1 this season Wo have also selected Borne of tho prettiest trimmings in the market v to be used with our silks in stho gilt and silver bands and all overs r HUGHES MARTIN CO l f Dry Goods Notions Shoes r STANFORD KENTUCKY r 1 Spring Suits I f patternsfordesignsbut tstyles for the best weIa stock To select from Boys Youths and Mens all perfectly tailored W E PERKINS r t Crab Orchard Ky tO 1 Tinging Plumbing Heats gt J Dont let 191Q pars without having lot andcold water through ywc house with n beautiful white Y Porcelain Bath OutfjtHave w K WARNER to install your country water works witfc reasonable prices and guarantee We also carry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS Roofing sal RooGnjfPaint Call and see us Telephone 188 WIK WARNERStanford J W L MCARTYPres E C WALTON VPres L RHUGHES8 TisV Stanford Real Estate Cp y fi Stanford KerifucRy J t rr l Farms and Town Property Handled pit Coiumiuioli Stocks andBoc Sold If you Have Property to Sell or Rent Notify Vs f Writo for Circular to L R HUGHES Secretary Stanford Kr r L t The Interior Journal lErderedinthePoetOfedal Sanford CIa mtmitteut mailer LNTITCETHBLE No tf South llM P xy No 28Houtb 1045 A X Norc North4IO A Y- florrNorth649 P X No n 1010 A x No91fWPa- rJos S RICE Agont A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY 0ee over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Buildi- ngMASONS L MEET Lincoln Txxlgo No K F 4 AI will meet in stated communication on each first nndN toted Monday nlgbti of each month at 7SM aYloek in their hAll on main streeet Stan ford Ky Members of sister lodges are fra ternally Invited to bo present T W Pen dalton Sec t SpringSummerStockHave pkenbuslneeThen suit your or t6eahnesterentn tottes will have that Individuality and fit vhtth plainly Indicate they were made to yew measure I will also take yonr uteRI axe for extra trousers fancy vea pat it and overcoats Foil and Aflnte sateple on hand ready for your Inspection U0 RUPLKY The Tailor Stanford Ky i CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I lean furnish the public with the best ns wall as the freshest of cut flowers plants Of- aH kinds bulbs potted flowers on short settee Also make a specialty of wreaths Joe for funeral purposes alee 1 OIiniSTMAN OREEN HOUSES ED lltniHAKD Inon t Htanford Ky fcmirMjrobacco and Tobacco Tarns Nothing Butlnsuranco Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY s Residence Phone 80 Ofilee 96 Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedCONCRETING i STW are osltlantodoaltklnds of con anting such as Block Work Pavements sua dln fact we can make any thing from e koase down to a fence post We ran serve yea promptl and guarantee firctclass rorkandmaterial Call and get our prices Wore you buy your material at toast PHILLIPS BROS a Stanford Ky Fish Pennington Insurance and Real t Estate f All kinds of INSURANCE on all hinds of property Only the larg 1eat companies represented Ratwjfts lowjaa can the hadanywhere Hanford H7 Phone 200 JLBeazleyCo UndcrtaKers and Embalm F fn Also Dealers in Fur I aiture MattingsRugs 1hey will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right KENtUCKYj lJJ C McClary 1 t Undertaker Embalmbr and R + lerllnHarnosSi Saddlery TANFORD1KY lPlaOI1I VIomelPhohe6 FARMERS DEPARTMENT Hogs went to 990 at Louisville on Tuesday To RENT Twentyfive acres ofcorn ground Jos Ballon FOR SALE100 young ewes J H Newell Yosemite Ky W S Fish bought of R B Mahony a buggy mare for 200 Hoos FOR SALE Have 22 head all kinds Robt C Watkins Maywood Ky 2t Oscar Burton of Pulaski bought a pair of mules from William Norris for 400Sixty bushels of German millet seed at 125 per bushel for sale F Schnitz ler Ottenhelm Ky FOR SALE Mammoth Bronze tur keys Very fine stock Mrs G C Lyon Hustonvllle Ky WANTEDAbout 25 bushels of cow- peas last years seed Address Henry Ridder Crab Orchard Ky 3t FOR SALE 75 to 100 bushels of Orchard grass seed Extra good 150 per bushel B B King Moreland FOR SALEa threg year old mules All broken and in good working order Call on or phone Logan Hubble Lan caster R F D No1 T F Dunlap Son of Versailles sold 12 pairs of mules at 350 to 485 W J Murphy of the same place sold five pairs at 385 to 442 A consignment ofbigh class Missouri Lexingtondiscussion over the possible competition of tobacco growing J C Morgan and J D Middleton of Garrard sold their tobacco from 13 acres of land for 244815 It was about 15000 pounds and they got 16icl They sold at Richmond Georgo Gano 2032 the famous trot ter was sold by C D Tinsman Bar ton Pardee and S U Gleason of Penn sylvania to M W Savage of Minneapolis for 30000 George Gano is by Gambetta out of Credelion BARGAIN257 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 never falling springs cement troughs etc In a splendid neighborhood Stan ford Real Estate Co PREACHERSVILLE Born to the wife of J F Payne a fine boy Rev Pierce Bryant preached at the Baptist church Sunday last Storm parties are the order of the day with our young people which maybe a sign that winter is broken Mumps are very prevalent in this community Mrs J H Rigsby is ill Mrs Malinda Anderson is very sick The Daptls brethren have decided to have services at their house of worship on the second and fourth Sundays in each month The Misses Harris gave a most delightful social at their home near here Tuesday evening to a large number of friends who report a fine time March 1st Mr John Richardson celebrated hlsJJlrtbday with a big dinner That day the mail brought him a large package with 20 cents to pay Upon opening it was found to contain a large biscuit which we presume was intend ed to reach him in time for dinner Miss Kate Payne visited Miss Zula Naylor Mrs Susan Cress visited Mrs W H Brown Miss Lula Sprinkles of Rowland is the guest of her sister Mrs Logan Thompson J M Luns ford and wife have moved to Boyle county Little Alma Land of Row land was visiting her uncle T W Payne Mrs Bettie Cummins has been quite sick with grip Arthur Sharp of Logan county is here overseeing tbe cutting of a lot of timber recently pur chased by the Wood Moslac Co of New Albany and Louisville HIGHLAND A L Napier has moved to Preach ersville and John Green of the Neals Creek section has moved to the Mc Harguo place John G Baugh after securing the country for a farm has his old plane back from Mrs Bright for 1600 and taken possession Owing to the illness of Dr Acton at Kings Mountain Dr Thompson has been compelled to ride day and night in this community administering to suf ferers from grip and colds Whooping cough is prevalent here B D Hiatt who has been quite sick for some time is improving Mrs L S Warfield and the family of Mr Hos kins have also been sick Born to the wife of Wm Reid a sort Jake Meier of Indianapolis was here to see his parents Miss Grace Young of the Stanford Graded School spent Sunday with her parents here J H Acton of Waynesburg spent Sunday with his brother W G Acton Mr Chestnut of Knox county was here a few days since to visit his sister Mrs S S Bastin A ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRE farm on good pike Has two houses I In 2s miles of railway station Land produces good tobacco Look at it and you will buy it Price only 2600 Stanford Real Estate Co WAYNESBURG Lovell D Gooch and Miss Beatrice Reynolds a former couple of this place were married in Somerset Thursday by Rev 0 M Huey A number of friends surprised Mrs D W Caldwell Saturday by giving her a birthday dinner There were about 80 present and everyone seemed to have a good time Miss Lucy Hubble visited her broth er W B Hubble at this place Satur day and Sunday Mrs Henry Nolan is visiting her daughter in Danville Mrs C G Caldwell Mrs Tipton Sims and Miss Cora Singleton visited relatives in Somerset Miss Ella Dumas who has been visiting her brother H L Dumas returned to her home in Lex ington Friday W M Smith contin ues very ill Mrs Aggio Jane Rey nolds had the misfortune to fall and break ono of her ribs She Is Buffering very much Mrs U H Singleton was able to attend Sunday school Sunday after an Illness of several weeks Will Montgomery and wife of McKinney came over Saturday to see her mother Miss Sallio Gooch is in Cincinnati buying her Spring mllinery E E Reid has resigned as station agent and moved to his home at Science Hill H L Dumas has charge of the office vacated by Mr Reid A Man of Iron Nervo Indomitable will and tremendous ener gy are never found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and ownll are out of order If you want these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Kings Now Life Pills tho matchless rogula tors for keen brain and strong body 25cnt Pennys Drug Store Wells county Ind went dry 1 570 The Great Texas Panhandle lllch land Is theofallwealth Thn safest Investment and the surest maker U rtcn farming laud God Is still resting on the seventh dnr lie Is not making anymore land The Texas Ion handle Is the last of the rich level land for settlement lit this country Fortune will be made on the advance In price on these lands In the next few years Homo seeker- serlcountristhegnrleniwoiand1 IttHwlsb theplalns The best watered and the rich est land no clearing or GOdI or cyclones High altitude delightful cli mate wheat country First prize award our wheat and oats at the National Corn Exposition nt Omaha No braska For free Illustrated booklet address JAMES FRYEHKCTOMAGOMMKU CIAL Oicn- Tullfttmlihor County Texas When Hungry ClIO TO Carton s Restaurant Lancaster Street Stanford K Meats served at all Sours up to 1130 p M Best quicktCooking to suit our customer onr specialty SplendId new line of fatter Groceries Slot Coffee Sandwiches pies Buttermilk and sweet milk etc at all times W A CARSON Prop CLEMENS HOTEL J L ELKIN Pror DANVILLEKENTUCKY roomLarge airy Commercial WMklormember him when stopping In his town POSTED strictlytorbhlhuutingtLhinguran I pasting on our places and will prosecute viI umbra to the lull extent of the law Siisatatttellowes lialohnnbacBros TraylorIlllmrn NunnelleyJJKltructj David Stevens John Camontach WmOonllor Dun il U Klmoru lotllhollclc Fred Hnndorf JJ Thompson PMAnderson J FMosnr Mr and Mrs Jan U Ends A Kltwsn Mrs NJ Horton JJ Elliott JlrsOfo Logan OnllerlHevUrlah Albrllnt A l Mrs Margaret Uoocb Jacob Oanaor OeoOaircni W IlTraylor Ham Roberts John Julor Amend Schaefer to J Hofmann- KT Alt Matheny llUwileyMH T Harris ItO Wat Mm JCliundiep H JlOroW MriNnnnlall Good O K McOluro Anderson Carr Anton llonecker- V M DUIion Fred VonQruonlgan InItebeceaItCarpenterWKopats H Lee D HeTlers Olirlitlnn Jacob Tom Kerrlll PnykAlosCooperK H Dunham Henry H O Andorion W DOooch Gus Gelnl T A Hlc Reuben Curtis Chris Camenlseh SpoonamoroPIk W Oalnm W I JIhHoltxclaw W M Fields H K Mrs Mettle White Miss Mary Iepplei W K Keeton James Mser A L Thompson HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly CourierJournalt The Interior Journal BOTH ONEYEAB FOR ONLY 150 Few people In tbe United States have not beard ot the CourierJournal Dembcratlc In all things fair ID all tbtofrs clean In all I things It Is essentially a family paper By a special arrangement wears enabled to of ter the WEEKLY OOUBIKKODUNAL one year and this paper for the price named above Send your subscription for the com binatlootousnot to tbe Courier Jour When You Have1 =rouUcellTo Sell Call j H B orthcottt Stanford Ky Phone 153 THURMAN K TUDOR Mnnnger FAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in n position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by moans of our telephone service which and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct fo headquarters Nashville Tenn for information feJl1rdiDgourepeciatIIFar mers Line rate If you are not at present enjoying scrv c we KentuckyTennesseeIllinois e 3EAST TENNESSEE TEL h TELCO HOO a10 aAT 0 SHIRTSr I See That Famous JUST RECEIVED ry Our Spring Line of Fam e ous Shirts w BEST MADE FOIL GOc See Our Window SAM ROBINSON O- URBUGGIESARE OPENED UP AND READY FOR YOU TO JOOKtoAT ALL New StocktNothing Carrietlover from Last Year elor stsill I WaH HIGGINSSta- nford Kentucky JJ Dont FailTo Get our prices on Tobacco CanVass r I Wo have the PRICE and the goods jIL L SANDERS Crab Orchard fty9 I i B B MAHONEY Prca J T WHITE Becy W 8 FISH Trcas The Citizens Realty and Title Cot H I I Farms houses and lots for rent sale or exchange Persons desiring quick sales or purchased in realty of all kinds Call on or Vi writrf us at STANFORD KY T t r Promptness and Reasonable Commissions Our Specialty Phone 200 The Wintry Blasts May Come And thuRain and Snow Fall but yourstock will keep warm ia- Ntfnnelleys New Stock Yards Plenty of Covered Pens and Feed and Water Best market in the State iSi bring there pa Cburi D rJTSeconilMdhday L M BHUCE Assistant J t1 j