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Lee, treasurer of the Louis-vill- o I Gas Co., Is dead. Saloon license has been raised in Lexington to $225 from $150. Jose Domtnga de Obaldia, president of Panama, died from heart disease. Arthur Miles shot Bessie SUIT to death on the street of Louisville. Jealousy is attributed as the, cause. Battling Nelson, who was unmercifully whipped by Ad Wolgast, is not satisfied, but wants another chance at hl-n- m Harry Camnlt signed Mnrch 1 with the PittsburR ball team for tho season of 1910. Miss Georglo Nowbern returned last week to hor work a teacher in tho U and D. school In Nashville. The horao Joo Shearer rode to Moro-lanSunday a tumbled nnd falling, Joo'a footwaa caught and sovcroly Injurod. Mrs. KHJah Klssoe died of old age nt Kldd's Store. She was the mother of Jamca, Enoch, John and Geo. Grubbs - Jlex Held, of Somerset, a native of , our city, where he haa numerous rein. tlvcs and friends, Is ill with "flat.foot" and other complications. Howard Camnltz was given the third dogreo In Masonry Friday evening In Danville, after which an olegant ban. quel wna served to nbout 200 of the d VIh ft fl EflHLYEflSTflJ Calls For BBEit kr'-;- . r W .)' members. James Wright, whoso first wlfo was Miss Laura Kldd, daughter of Mr. Ell as Kidd, of Liberty, and a son of W II. Wright, deceased, died at his homo In Oregon last week, after a lingering Illness of fever. Myers & Vaughn shipped to Cincinnati a car of hogs and butcher cattle, for which they paid 71 to 8 and 3 to 4c, respectively, This firm Is buying Isrge quantities of wool and paying a premium on top prices. Italic n solid foundation for the fu-ure by buying one of our splendid blue grass farms now, and pavo the way for your money to bring you tho largest terest you ever mado on land Investments. Write or call on W. K. Wil liam & Co. quickly. Mrs. Harry Fryo was agreeably sur prised Saturday by a throng of friends calling at her father's rcsldcnco and leaving an assortment of culinary uter. II. enouch to stock a cafe. Sho and Harry "set up" housekeeping on Wed nesday. The improvement in our school under the present management is mosf and today wo stand second to none. Despite tho attractions at Danville and'Stanford on tho night of the 25th ulU. standing room was at a premium to see Tony the Convict. King Carpenter has returned from a trip through Texas and Is satisfied that Kentucky Is second to nono and good enough for him. He spent a few days with our former townsman, Jas. Fryc, who la booming Tulia, being secretary of tho commercial club of that 4 1 The Pennsylvania railroad has acquired 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 Early Spring Suits. o,.:4-Qfwllch oil Diir lino full nf "Rnannw" WWJT.lv!., Mil umnlI OUIIOM w, w. -- ""KC; ;made by the best tailors in Amsrica, is open for;j your inspection. We have taken extra care in se-- J ... VV -- lecting some "Nobby" patterns, especially in ?J J address. Theodore Roosevelt is to be offered the presidency of the exposition which SAUFLEY. The present manager of the Interior Journal, desiring to give the readers and patrons of this paper an introduction to the new owner and editor, took a snapshot of Mr. Shelton M. Saulley and the above half tone was rnndc from it. Ho is much averse to seeing his picture In print and no one will bo more surprised than ho when he reads his paper this morning and sees himself Mr Saufiey will arrive portrayed 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. M SHELTON is to bo held In Now Orleans to celeex- brate the opening of the Panama )i Y I Tho young ladies of the Huttonville Baptist church will givo a candy pulling nt the Lair building this, Friday evening, March 4th. Go and help a good cuuic. Mrs. Margaret Swope. who lost a son and was seriously poisoned herself In tho KxnM Citv tragedy, was a granddaughter of George Lee, for many years a prominent farmer of tho West End. He owned tho farm now rented by J II Honaker. Sho was a double first cousin of J. G and George D. Weatherford and Mrs. D. S. Carpenter, of our city. Miss Nora Hello Dixon, who was governess for the Swopo family for many years, was al so a native of the West End, being a city. Mr. Tom Murphy, who was thought daughter of Laura Brown, who was to bo recovering from a serious illness, raised and educated here. waa taken worse Sunday and three docIK NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. tors were called In consultation. He Is Mrs. J. T. Allen is dead in the Car- a fino business man and if he survives this trouble, will bo the next sheriff of tersvillo section of .Garrard. Henry Gillock left Sunday for ( Casey. Mrs. J. C. Catching, aged GO. is dead "Leroy, III., where he goes to work in in the Bonham section of Laurel. a factory James A. Stout, a wealthy young Miss Hattle LIpps has gone to Balti- man of Danville, has been adjudged in more to accept a position with a large sano. millinery house a trimmer. Miss EdVirgil Stnrns, aged IS, who killed his na Gillock, one of our efficient opera- - father with a shot gun near Woodstock, ton at tho telephone exchange, is now Pulaski county, was given two years. on her second year and holds the unA little son of J. Dunbar, of Russell ique record of not having had the very Springs, was fatally burned by his slightest, cross word spoken to her or clothes catching fire from an open grate. she to the patrons. Our graded school students aro good Attorney E. T. Wesley, of Somerset, entertainers, as evidenced by a full has been appointed United States combouse on tho night of tho 25 and a most missioner for his district to succeed J. ijoyablo entertainment. Among the R. Cook, who resigned. Judge James D. Black, of Barbour-villcharacters deserving special mention has announced that he will accept were Am Darker as Sally; Chrlstlno Lair as Grandma; Margueritte McCor-mac- k the presidency of Union College, ten a Helena Warren; Isa Floyd as dered two months ago, following the Mrs. Van Cruger, and James Hall as resignation of Dr. James W. Easley as Tony. Tho mixed sextette, composed head of the institution, the oldest of the of Mrs. John Rlffe and Misses Jessie kind in Eastern Kentucky. Powell and Bessie Rlffe and Jerry AdIn the Knox circuit court J, W. Bays, ams, Paul Willis and Wm. Dinwiddlo, Sr,, administrator of J. W. Bays, Jr , beautifully rendered some fino aelcc- - was rendered a verdict of $5,500 against t'jaa between acts, Mrs. Rlffe has a the L. & N. railroad for the death of jireet soprano voice, seldom surpassed the latter. The suit was brought for Ar equaled oven by some of the high 125.000. Bays, Jr., was jellied by a 'salaried operatic professional singers of train at Four Mile, Bell county. today. Wm. MeAllstcr Rlffe and wlta must Don't Break Down. Seven) strains on tho vital organs, feel that tho Incidents crowding so rapidly on thetr setting, up housekeeping liks strains ou inuohloory, cause break j somewhat resemble a storm center. downs. You can't over tax stomach, The good damea and damsels of this liver, kidneys, bowols or nerves with, nd have adopted the beautiful fashion out serious danger to yourself. If of( "stermjng" all neophytos with a you are weak or or under pareel shower of essentials and conve- strain of any Kind, tuko Electric Hit-tob Mrs. R. niences to housekeeping. the matchless tonic medicine, repaired to a neighbor's In response to Mrs. J. E. Van do Sando,of Kirkland, ' an emergency call, storm-froto her III., writes: "That I did not break buggy was tightly fastened and her and down, while enduring a most severe bady's only companion was an, strain, for three mouths, Is due wholly child. After passing through to Electric Bitters." Uso them and a gate, in turning the horse the buggy enioy health and strength. Satisfac was upset In a stream. Storm-fron- t tion positively guaranteed. 60 o at wouldn't yield and mother and baby Penny's Drug Store were Imprisoned in tho buggy top. The Ono of the finest paintings in the child succeeded in rescuing tho liaby unharmed, except a broken ring to rooms of tho Historical Society in the pacifier In It mouth, and Mrs. Rlffe fi- new capitol is that of William Gocbel, nally emerged without greater discom- placed In position this week. The fort than partial submergence. Tho portrait is an excollent likeness and horse was considerate enough of the was done by De Barry, of New York, contretemps and stood quietly till suc- It Is a gift to the State by Justus Goe-be- ), who brought It to Frankfort and cor arrived. The summon Was to an exhibition of tho "shower" tho good presented it to the Historical Society. MI-lrlvtid bad collected for her. On rena Stomach Tabletta cure turn home, four of a famllly of 16 pig dlzzlnesa and Indigestion, or were In exeea of maternal font and a mosey back. Ask G. L. Penny for a foster mother in urgent demand. At box-5- 0c. hut account all were thriving. e, run-dowrs elgljt-year-old o position. A receiver was nppointed at Chattanooga, Tcnn., for tho Great Southern Agency Company, an insurance corpora tion operating in several Southern States, whoso affairs have recently been in tho courts Prosecutor Garvcn, of Hudson coun ty, New Jersey, has nsked the State supreme court to compel the big beef companies to bring their minutes of directors' meetings within the jurisdic tion of New Jersey. A. II C. Mann was stabbed by Will Williamson, a Negro, who entered the Mann home at Vidalia, Ga.. and as sauiteu Mrs. Mann, ino Negro was pursued by an angry mob and killed five miles from Vidalia. It Is expected that $1,600,000 will be distributed nt once to claimants against the Southern Mutual Investment Co, as a result of tho confirmation of the report of J. C. Logcrs, tho receiver, by tho circuit court in Lexington. William F. Kettenbach, George H. Kester and William Dwyer, whose trial on a charge of conspiracy to defraud the . Government of valuablo timber lands was concluded at Boise, Idaho, wero declared not guilty by tho jury. Dr. James R. Hull, who was indicted at Kirksvillo. Mo., on a charge of mur dering Prof. J. T. Vaughn, was refused ball. He 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 were appointed in tho United States circuit court at New; Orleans. The concern has a capitalization of $5,000,000 and operates several large cotton mills in Louisiana and Missis sippi. Eulogies 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 postoffice 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 0 T. Vaughn. She was released on bond. Mrs. Vaughn and Dr. J. R. Hull, also under arrest, were indicted nt Kirksvillo, Mo., on the chargo of $25,-00- Sjthat are so good this season. iv f r"Hr inu i .. r i n ioc mati distinctive nt arouna tne collar that i f r-- t .. . I! IX Hart Schaffner & Marx! A JScIothes have and you will wonder Jwhy you ?not worn them sooner. i 4 AT Cummins OF & Wearen, 11 :;home IX 4J A.Z STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 2 iX Hart Schaftner & Marx Clothes Ji 4 in OTTENHEIK. John Hester, of Garrard, was this murder. A number of valuable papers bearing on the tobacco situation were stolen from the residence of Congressman J. Campbell Cantrill in Georgetown. The burglar, described as a well dressed man, fired a couplo of shots at Jack Payne, a nephew of Cantrill, who interrupted him. Neither shot took effect. MATRIMONIAL. section Sunday, Josiah Mullins nas 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 $95. B. G. Russell, who runs a saw mill near Woodstock, but resides at this place, came near gotting his leg broken while en route home by falling off a wagon while it was in rapid motion and a wheel running over his leg. S: H. SHANKS. PRESIDENT W.'.M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, The family of Reuben Adams has J. B. PAXTON. J. W-- l ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH been undergoing a seige of pneumonia, H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER four of the family being ill with it. HVYS FOSTER. CLERK. some having recovered from It and the others up to this writing doing as well OIREOTORSt as could be expected. The stork seems to have a spite at W. O. Walker, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter.Stanford this neighborhood just now, as he has John B. Foster, Stanford; W. H. Shanks, Stanford; T. 0. Ranleft five babies and all of them demokin, Lancaster; J. B. Paxtou, Stanford; W. H. Traylor, crats, In tho last week or ten days. Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. Republicans and prohibitionists, where H. Cummins, Preacheraville; Lilburn are youT At this rate in 21 years Bry-a- n Gooch, Gilbert Creek. proud will be elected President. The fathers are as follows: Link Kidd, S. J, Pollard, Dock Bowen, Fred T. L. Tucker. Andy McKinney, of Garrard, was hero last week to see his best girl. L. A. Adams, of Garrard, wos here to see his father, W. S. Adams, who is very STANFORD, KENTUCKY,! Wilson Alexander ill of pneumonia. business. was In this neighborhood on A. J. Manuel, of Garrard, waa with ORGANIZED IN 1882. CAPITAL1STOCK, $50,000. relatives. Nearly every family in this section is in the throes of the grip. It SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. seems that the disease is a general epHAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 idemic. the Lincoln county national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Capital, Surplus, Resources, $50,000.00 43,000.00 340,000.00 Dye-hous- e, FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Tho Lash of lumr-racki- ng A Fiend. would have been about as welcome A. Cooper, of Oswego, N. ., as anior-clles- s cough that defied all remedies for years. "It was most troublesome at night," ho writes, "nothing holped me till 1 used Dr. King's Now Discovery whlck cured me completely I net or cough at night now." Millions know Us matchless merit for stubborn .colds, obs'tlnate coughs, soro lungs, la grippe, asthma, hemorrhage, croup, whooping cough, or hayfever. It relieves quickly nnd ever falls to satisfy. A trial conCHURCH MATTERS. vinces. 60o. $1. Trial bottle free. guaranteed by Penny's Miss Yates Is conducting an Interest- It's positively ing protracted meeting In the old church Drug Store. at Rowland. If Jeffries wins he will head an The Christian Endeavor will have aggregation of the greatest boxers union services at the Christian church beginning at 7 o'clock Sunday evening for a tour of the world. The tour will next, Gth. No services at tho rest of last 10 months anf tho promoters hope tho churches that evening. to clear more than $1,000,000 in profits, of which sum moro. than $160,000 will It Saved His Lop;. "All thought I'd lose my leg," go to Jeffries. writes J. A. Swenson, of Watertown To market, to market Wis. "Ten years of eczema, that 15 To buy a fat pig. doctors could not cure, had at last Home again, home again; laid mo up. Then Uuckleu'a Arnica Deal was too big. Salvo cured it, sound and well." Since 1883 the sea has washed away for Skin Eruptions, Kcwna, Salt Jtheum, Boll, Fever Sore, 419 acre of the British Isles, but It has Burns, Scald, Cut and Pile. 25o at also added 30,762. The land gained, however, I t preaeat luelw. Penny's Drug Store. J. T. Butler and Miss Anna Dayton, popular McKinney people,, were mar ried i uesuay. Penumbra Newell, of Stafford, Kan sas, and Miss Gracu D. Langdon, of Pulaski, were married at Somerset. His Danville friends will be Interested in the announcement of the marriage of Prof, James B Walton to Mrs. Mary Warrlner, The wedding took place last Saturday at the homo of the bride in Colorado Springs, Prof. Walton was formerly principal of the Central University Preparatory School and is well known here. Danville Advocate. Combin.esrAbjoluteSafety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety to Dfpaslt Boxes for Us: of JourCustomers. We Solicit Your Account. OFFICER. S. Mocker, President;, S. T, Harris, t; John J. Mcltoberts, Cashier; II. C. Baughman, Asst. Cash'r W.W.Saunders, Bookkeeper, DIRECTORS. F. Reid, J. H, Baughman, M. D. Elmore, J. M. Pettuj, H. C. Baughman, J, F. Cummins, S. T. Harris, no. C. liobinsoo, U. C. Walton, J. S, Hocker. W. II. Murphy, Louisville Auto Show March' 1748-1- 9 Still all-st- armory Great Exhibit of CARS. TRUCKS. QiASSES. PARTS. MOTORCYCLES. SUNDRIES. ACCESSORIES. ETC AI.o CELEBRATED AEROPLANE RECORD-BREAKIN- Muiic and Decorations. Afternoons. 25c Evenings, SOc , For Particulars address Secretary, Louisville Auto. Dealers Association - A., yJ M .JA1 J a.". TC- - I A- -r - - J 1 ' Th State Senate passed the Ripper servient to the wishes of lobbyists for One who has W tho Q'ay coloration.. eJnUd w 0 Munn OWSKR. watched a number of Legislatures come of Lonie, commissioner of the go, right on the ground, can truly gtltute for tho Blind, HON. HARVEY HELM say that there has been little cxagger-- t J. Campbell Cantrill, of tho Seventhn county, li a candidate for will bo a candidato for from the fcuhth - ation in anyiof the charges that havo district, for UonarcM. himself, dlatrlet.iubject to the action 01 me oraomade. Tho rules of tho Senate Brew to succeed like.yth Gov. Wlllson will by these lobbyists or their were framed henchmen In tho beginning and tho THE EDITOR'S FRANKFOlir LET- - whole session has been moro or less a jmme,jiatcly after its adjournment. ( Tno 1Iouso Committco on Naval TER. of their manipulations. Thero fairs voted for tho construction of two 2. -- This is tho arn mantf nfroncr. fnnrlpftn defenders of battleships, ono repair ship, tWO fleet Frankfort. March ? Ass frmsa BIs B.A..1 AHrf uuh.biiik.-bbusiest time of the LeRislatlvo session. the rights nf th ninln nmnpir tho cunicre uiiu luur dispatch says: Lowls A Washington who has a bill that ho wants members, but cither they nro so blind Every man! Walker, of Lancaster, Is said to havo passed Is on tho ground working with sometimes that they cannot sco tho ocaln thought it over and is willing to mljrht and main tojRet into tho favor "nigger in tho woodpile" orthoy are so accept tho Covington district attorney of tho Rules committee of tho House, hopelessly outnumbered that thero Is ship. The Indiana State Republican con which is crindinj? out business dally in littlo use raising a protest. Like char- held in Indiahnbolls on ventien "- -' uy, .n the lowerl'.branch. That august body ta... 4L koou name ui .l.MMnM! tlflCl Tuesday, will be 5. and tho delegates to "" April has not yet gotten in con been often used to cover a multitude of tho conVcntion will be chosen In tho in the Senate trol of affairs, for Its rules say that the sins, for which an Recounting to mo different counties March 2o Itulfs Gommltteerrshall not tako hold pooplo will have to coma sooner or ia ' The fact that tho Whollcn.Watter- combino of boltors has until tho last ten days of tho session. ter succeeded in defeating tho County Unit rn iirtKTiip iiiiFnq1,'in This Is keeping the democrats who bill In the Senate, does not mean that which tney can or w want to pass somei special legislation The House today passed a control tho nomlna- may become endangered by is designed to help the jailers of tho ton9 0f tha democratic candidates next beforo It the veto ax, pretty busy. Tho Louis- State. It nllows them a slight Increaso year. Controlling tho Kentucky Ser- ville "ripper 'Ibill is the bono of con. in the price allowed to bo charged for tention in tho upper chamber just now the feeding of prisoners. Two compan- - tr0,nK ho Kentucky democrncy- .and tho rcpublicansHaro doing every- ion bills nro also beforo tho body and Frankfort Journal. thing possiblo to'stavo it off until the tho Jailers' Association of tho Statois. Alleging that Secretary Richard A. last ten daysso that Gov. Willsoo can working hard to secure their paisago. I Ballinger, of the Department of tho In- veto it. This measure is designed to Jailer W J Fitzgerald, of Boyle coun-- . tcrjor abolish the present office of city ty, president of the association, is on down'the Roosevelt policies of conser- attorney of Louisville, now held by a the ground constantly and is doing good Vation and to aid monopolies in gaining I control of tho great resources of tho republican. It would supply tho place work for tho measure. of corporation counsel, to bo filled by The newspapers of the State appre- Mavor elate the action of the Senate in pass- - , . rj,nt.rM.ionai investleatlon Sat appointment of Democratic Head. The office would be tfio same, ing the first of their libel law amend- - urday and electrified his' audienco by .. . l 111 I...i. uuusu w... mamnK oviwus- .l.nMA nnnlnat Mr. but under a different name. Mayor menu, ana. nope mat mo fl i'k bill to Hn well hv it This bill saves tho. uaninger, Head is very anxious Ifor the pass and the lcaderslin tho Senate are naner which mav have published a li- trying to oblige him. He says that his belous article from punitive damages in How often do you administration cannotjbe made the suc- the event it makes a complete reeat this food? cess ho desires without a democratic traction as prominently as the offendA short time ago there appeared In attorney. ing nrtlclo appeared. No reputable the columns of one of the prominent UNIT BILLTXbIG STICK. newspaper would knowingly libel anymagazines an article on building brain The repubHcan leaders are moving one, but sometimes mistakes will creep and muscle by the proper selection of hold the place, and in, as they will in any business, no the foods you cat. heaven and earth to omeoftho whisky (republicans have matter how carefully every crevice may A good many people were surprised to find oatmeal placed at the tup of the threatened to vote to bring the County bo watched. Every honorable publishlist of foods recommended; but if the Unit bill up if tho whisky democrats er is willing to make full explanatiou had appeared in an Ennlili or persist in their efforts to put the "rip- and apology for a mistake and it is but article paper every reader would have Scotch per" bill over. The County Unit bill right that it should be accepted by the expected to see first place git en to good oatmeal. ia the bur stick which:.is swayed over law and the aeerieved party in the all heads this session. Many believe spirit in which it is offered. S. M. S, As a matter of fact Great Britian and Europe come to us for tremendous, that it will prove anlenormous bugbear quantities of Quaker Oats because it Some fellow asked in Congress a few in the future pathsjof.'many promising represents totlicm perfect food, Iwing politicians; especially! those who came years Bgo when he wanted some law the richett In flaor and lct in cleanpledged to I support it and then passed in conflict with the basic law, liness and purity, of all oatmeals. hero slaughtered it.without hint or apology "What is the constitution between Convenience and economy are served friends?" Really it doesn't seem to by the way it is packed regular packto their constituents. amount to much between any body of ages 10c, and in hermetically scaled mayJtalk against time. s tins for hot climates Two days more and tho republicans law makers when it wishes to do any will have no fear of the Ripper bill, thing. For instance, the constitution I which unpractically the only partisan provides the number of Appellate judgI onr mv tervlcri to tho Dconle of Lin when the court got behind with pieca of legislation that has been seri es, but coin eountr ns on nuctlonivr. Hntltfnrtlon ously considered this session. In that its business it practically added another guaranteed. II. W. MeWliqilTKtl, Aiomimu, M.) , it. . AJ. ..u. 1 will come to the number by getting the Legisla period thelGovernor'a veto Keildence. TurnfriTlll. into its own, and it will avail the.demo- - ture to authorize the appointment of a nothing to pass anything that he commissioner- - The constitution pro PAINTING ANDPAPERH ANGING! crats mlffht be suspected of opposing. There vides that the salary of nn official shall I 4a some talk thatJSenator A. J. Oliver, not be increased during his incumbency, anilurn prepared to do nil kinds of painting pnper bnniilng Hro me Utforc you lot of Allen county, will endeavor to make but the Legislature at the instance of your contract lur ini mmi 01 writ. JAMEM MONDAY, judges added $1,200 to tho Btnntord, Ky. a speech two days in length to kill the the circuit bill. Talking! against time has been salary of each by whipping the devil resorted to in a number of cases in the around the stump, that is to soy, by National Congress, but it is a very rare giving them that sum for cither acting For housr, carriage and ilgn painting de to thing in the Legislature. The Senate or not actintr as special judges. Wo rntlTe turner hanilnir alto onecx trluiiulni tops recovered curtain klndi men wai in ajmuddle as to who had the floor are raising no kick over the latter, be of allhoots (nude. aHtoDover Aldrldreal)lnek when it adiourned Tuesday. It is said cause those judges are underpaid. We and mtt&thop Weat Main M Hlnnford Ky., ro.fi;,. that President Cox will recognize Sena simolw want to show how easy it is to J J. BRLDHN. tor Oliver, who will begin his propose evade tho constitution when it is de tho chair sired to do so. nded ispeech, cdlv lornf-. of abetting tho plan by refusing to recogThe affirmance of the Court of Ap while Oliver is on nize anyone else constitutionality of the his feet. It remains to be seen wheth- ruials of the making the purchaser of I deilra to sell nrlvatel v mv stock of flro such a'despernte scheme can be car- Crecelius law er cerleaand Hardware, lkilnir Eood busi pooled tobacco and all other crops ness. Will invoice ubout 12,600. lteaion ried out. punishable offense, will prove of great 111 health. PRISON BILLS PASS. OKO. D. JIOPrKK,'Btaniord,:Ky. which are trying The Rules) Committee of the House value to the societies by making those nli) tho irrowers I have five days' advantage over its com- tn pay a reasonable Fruit and Ornamental Trees panion body In ;the Senate, as the who buy their product who would sell man House committee went to the helm 15 nrlen for It. The Dooline it should suffer Everything for Orchard. Uwn and Starde n On Mlllloa HlrawMrry pis at. days in advancejof ; final adjournment. hi. cron after yrresJatalogucs. nrh a nenaltv as would make the un Bills providing forlreform lin manageHo Agents. prisons chiefly occu- principled act more odious. ment of the State H. F. HHlenmcycr Sc Sons, pied the attentlonlof the House today. The Western Union Telegraph Co. Three were passed;; the indeterminate announces a "nhrht letter Bervice" at Kbmtockt. Lbxinoton, sentence act; tho reformatory and the nominal rates. Tho world Is going in I amended parole acts. Experts on pen- such a rush that the malls are far too FARM FOR m itentiary affairs and students of the slow for tho average big business and 1M acres. Home bna four A NO. 1 convict system believe that these bills the Innovation may prove a great ben rooms and farm ofcistern. Titers Is n good a good barn and abundance of stock water. This will be the means of effecting great efit to trade generally, fclectncity land la about half Virgin Moll, odaptAl to changes in the condition of prisoners seems destined to tako tho place of ralslna urata.bar.com. wheat, oats, heuiu and tobacco, and la all In grass except about betand'ttccomplish much toward the mail and fill a greater part in our daily 30 acrea and Is on the pike near good schools, churches and depot, and haaa good orchard terment of the individual and his prep- life than can now be Imagined. and outhoutes. IOCK BOXTOl, aration for the society of Stanford, Ky. and Tim'Needham, of Williamstown, people again. It remains to to bo seen. These bills have passed the Senate and C. B. Nelson, of Washington City, havo are now ready for theGovernor. It is bought the Winchester Democrat for probable that tho bill to abolish capital $12,000. Both are practical newspaper Mv farm of 67 acrea of eood land, well Im la for punishment by the gallows will also be men and they should and doubtless will proved, well watered and fenced,Hlartfordsale In It Is located seven mllea from adopted. Death sentences will then be make it an even better paper than it the May wood section. Home haaalxrooma. Nuw barn and other necessary outbulldtnga. carried out through the agency of tho now is. A bargain If sold at once. J, 1. l4TIlUniV.1. electric chair at the penitentiary here. V, V, 1). No. 1, Htanford, Xy Progressive Atlanta has voted three FEW APPROPRIATIONS AS YET sewerage and street ImSo far the General Assembly haB foe millions for A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, most part steered clear of every provements. The New York of the the South has a habit of biting off a big bill which makes a noise like the clink Burtf in, KentucKy. to masticate. of money coming out of State's strong chunk, but she never fails box. All rcalizo that It would be use-leMayor Shank, of Indianapolis, who I am a cradnate of Jones' National Hcbool to appropriate and have the Gov- is a great notoriety-seekeannounces of Auctioneers, Uhlcago, and have had ex perience in tn uig came saies me ernor nullify the result, as he will do If that he will have a number of women block Yards, Ulikugo, where w at sold umou some docs not appear pleasing appointed on the pollco force. luorougnnreue aa uign na n.&uu. aj.o iii the prospect liorae suits where tju tales wer made eueh to him. It is believed that the Govday. AuclloiMHirlng la a science and I have .us It Wliu mis farm about seven miles from SlUUieu )ou arrange luru, rjrs ur uuuua can ernor will approve an appropriation of for before ir sale, 1 about a quarter of a million more dol- Stanford. Land all cleared and in good mate tales toyourudvantage. l'HONKSS-l- l cottage, lars to finish tho capitol grounds and atato of cultivation; 1 put tho final touches on tho the build- barn, double crib, etc. Right on pike, ing. In tho mere matter of money this close to good school house and church Well watered Is not likely to prove an expensive sesand In good community. o- We sion, as sessions generally go. In tho and fenced. Price $2,0C0. Stanfqrd cat have Dlaced In stock u flno line of zSo and Imiruiiumlal mualo, ull told at ix--r Louy. matter of men's political reputations, Real Estate Co. Will order any special piece deit seems likely that another tale will be I saw in your last paper tho com tircu, rurtaiuai (Q, Tanner's told. bined ages of S. H. Shanks and his LOBBYISTS ARE BUSY BOYS. Drug Htore, my 'the age of four sisters was Several largo daily papers and coun- self and my four sisters together is Kentucky. Stanford, - all over the State arecharg- - S60 years. W. 8. Warren. try papers SHELTON M. 8AUFLEY, In-aCon-bee- The Interior Journal. 'ng that never wits any iluaMl ataajhtmkt MAa A aeatten AAmnlAl of the m . I POLITICAL. tf tlllFw Jtta or S AS , JVgjfc UPSSTHHIIF'S .... Well dressed indeed is the man who wears the CLOTHES we sell. We now have on cur disolay racks our spnno suits from 5 to $27.50 and simply as pretty as the picture. Every little detail is oe perfect and Btl itK l ailuki in u cannotoup maae. Let us show statement. to you and you will see the truth of them Well Dressed, H. J. McROBERTS, Stanford. KentucKy, Auctioneer TO THE FARMERS. 1 will continue to handle Kertllliera Inthe Jumbo and McKlnnry sections and aik my old patrons to rernrniber me. I alto askthe patronage of many new oustouiers. London, ly. flow To Collect Tour Notes and Accounts. B. D. CARTER, Now Llvorv J, J. BELDEN, w Stock Merchandise for Sale. 11 li How can I collect' who t is owinj,- - me? This is tho all important question with merchant, wholciwlo firm, ImsiiiM anil profcwiou.il men, farmers nnd, in fact, everyone Never lias tho question been K STANFORD. KENTUCKY. prominent iu tho Iuimucm world ns it i todnr, Tho low of ft few accounts may cat up your profits in business the miluro to collect a note makes) you that much ooccr; not boinj; able, or iu n position, to givo tho proper attention, knowledge or exericnco to tho adjustment or examination into vorno Furniture and Undertaking. claim in which you have an iutorct may causa you the loss of many dollar. Day Phono 23. Our province and our businets hi to help you in these matters. Whether it is a NOTE or ACCOUNT you arc not able to collect: or whether It is romo Night Phono 133. claim in which you have an intereu which ucedn looking Into carefully, wo Stanford, KentucKy. are prepared I" do it, and do if promptly. This is our busincw; we make it n fctudy: We have tho facilities and wo have tho experience, and the fact that wo have collected many dollars which were given up as lost, is ono of our best argument in favor of what wo can do. Our terms arc reasonable, and Wo make collections anywhere in tho wo make no charges uiiIcsh we collect: Dealer In and Manufacturer of. United States. We recently collected nn account for a firm in tho adjoining Marble and Granite Monu- county against a man iu California. If you have a claim which needs looking after, or a note or account which you want collected, no matter how ments, Markers and I'otta, Cemetery and iJtwa large or how small, or where the partus lirt, send it to us. Wo solicit your Votes and Hetteet. Office und works, btisineM. Bank references. Ky, Dopot Street, Phono 06. W. A. TRIBBLE. Harry Jacobs, I m SALE EXECUTOR'S SALE OF LAND. may's COLLECTION agency. WOODSON MAY, Mgr.. ss till at public outcry beforo court-hom- AS Ky i miii niecuiurui j.unruouuxi.p.urcu, bidder to tho hlifueit e door lu Htanford, the 2 o'clock on at ubout MONDAY, MAHOIIU.19IC t Somerset, - - r Kentucky. law-abidi- FARM FOR SALE! i county riurt day, his lata home on the Danviuo pike, rropeny is aoout tnree miles from Htanford and Is bounded by the lands of Mrs. Mnttle White. J. 11. Hilton and the Danville pike. Lies opposite tb farm of T. A. Itlce and contains by the deed Wacrea.l rood and IS poles or land. Hut on It a cottage, barn ami necessary outbulldtnga and line aprlnc. Nice homo conveniently located and fertile land. Hale will be made on credit of months, with Interest at per cent, from day of aule. Purchaser will be required to execute note with approved personal security and a lien will be retained on the land. I'urutatcr shall have the priv ilege of paying eatn. rossession win do given urdh compliance with tarma of sale. r. M. MoltUIIEItTH, Kx'r. Monro Ourtla. f(fn G. L. Penuy It. II. Coffey . R. Coleaan V Br. Hess' Poultry Panacea Will make hcus lay, core them of disease and keep them in good thrifty condition. The increaso In the number of eggs laid, will more than iay for tho small expeupo oi feeding. It is sold ut I'euny s Drug M r, Dinwiddie & Co, Bpj six-roo- NEW MUSIC Shuari Hustohville, Ky Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an line up-to-d- ate aJJ Store. ryi yfK' S MB PENNY'S DRUG Stanford, Kentucky. STORE, S R T 3. of goods. fJsafclssafcass,AsfSBsaSasssssaBs'awsssssaaaisvsMSBSaw BBSS9sapAssSslsseSBaas 9 jr .S&ij wnfWSuv -- 3 I ntHP VvliVA VVV VVXllV flflflh SPP m i J m, havo just received our first installment of new Spring suits, SkirU nnd enpes. Thcsonro this seasons newest creations nnd nre positively right in style nml price. Wo have novelty suits $15 and up. Military capes $5 and up. New Spring Skirts in tlio plaited styles. JJXVLXwv! " AO 4" VUftlft I p See The Sui With The New Russian SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. $1 & SON, - STANFORD KY. d LOCALS. Wanted Thoroughbred r ,.kv According to a Washlngtan dispatch Pure strnin Whilo Leghorn eggs for Postmaster J. C Florence will hold on salo. Miss Lizzie Davison, Stanford. Ky., -- 'Mh. 4, 1010 8rANFOHi, . New lino of wall paper nnd picture four more years any way. This is good mm moulding just In. J. L. Bcazley & Co. The $3,000 license put tho Danvlllo legion of news to tlio splendid official's "hop joints" out of commission. The Nrbdi.es, Bobbins nnd Shuttles for Broom corn seed for salo nt $1 2Ti n friends, of which tho writer is ono. all sewing machines at I'cnny's Drug small license put on them here cut little bushel. Henry C. Anderson, Stanford. Store Hon. J. A. Sullivan, of Richmond, or no ice. Wanted Sorno country mDat hams, In an interview states that ho will not Wb havo farms in Hardin county in "personals."' Wo pro sides, shoulders, jowls, etc., at tho bo a candidato for Congress. tracts to 900 acres, and prices diet that a primary will bo called and The sick are all Improving. Country Store. from $300 to $11,000. These lands proHon. Harvoy Helm will havo no oppoJab. Bauqiiman Trayloh is very duce fine Hurley tobacco. Stanford Another car of cotton seed meal at sition for tho nomination. Ick. Real Estate Co. H. Baughman & Co.'s. We handlo Miss Kertiia Jackson Is with Lon1. J. The Maysvillo Daily Bulletin says: only the 41 per cent, goods; tho best. Ford. Tho sad news comes from don friends. hi iMimse "A large audienco witnessed Mrs. Middlesboro that Mrs. R. C. Ford died Mary Moiiley Is with Louis.-vlll- o Misfl line of spring and sum- Reid's entertainment, which scored a Beautiful thero Wednesday of B right's disease. relatives. mer suitings just received for your inevening, tho "Dudo Drill" She had, been III since the birth of her Mrs. H. I). Smith Is very ill with spection. Call In and aeo them. H. C. big hit last and "Guess What?" bringing down youngest child some four months ago. stomach trouble. Rupley. tho house in a storm of applause." The Deceased was Miss Emms Garrard and Joe Cook, little son of J. S. Turpin, samo program will be given nt Walton's was well known here, where she atbeen very 111. has THOSE Indebted to tho estate of Dr. Capt. Joe Lynn Coitey, of Frank L. B. Cook must settle at once or I will Opera Houso Friday evening, March tended school a year or more. She was 11, and as our young people can not bo a bright and lovable wofort. Is here with his family. bo compelled to collect the accounts by you can't afford to miss it. man and her many friends hero and M. Ware, of Rowland, visited his law. Mrs. L. B. Cook, admx, L. B. excelled R. slater, Mrs. F. F. Blanlccnshlp. Cook. Will H. Shanks, of Lincoln, is a elsewhere are grieved at her untimely Mr. W. P. Dickey, of Louisville, is House death. Mrs. Ford Is survived by her E. Rouinson, of Lancaster, Araluablo member of tho lower Mr. J with his brother, Kov. J. J. Dickey. and is the father of tho bill to create husband and four children. Malccna Lawson, of Mrs. M. V. Sigler, of Crab Orchard, bought of Mrs. uniform We aro informed that since the liqthis place, her farm on Dix river, and establish a department of is registered at the Campbell Rouse. ofuor clement is circulating petitions to Stono place, for accounting nnd inspection of public continues very known as tho old Tom Mrs. W. S. Warren fices. This is Will's second term and get enough names for a new election on 1,500. it). Her husband is also very feeble. ho it n very valuable member. Jos. T. local option, that the best element so Mr. W. I. Williams, of Lancaster, Claidorne Walton has postponed Embry, doorkeeper of tho House, and among tho colored women havo taken was here to see Judge Sauflcy Tuesday. his rink from Friday, until Jesso M. Alvcrson, assistant clerk in up the temperance fight with vigor nnd Den Hardin, of London, was hero Saturday night, when those tho Senate, seem to be on their jobs. We understand that they Monday night returning from Monticel-lo- . who enjoy skating will likely flock to Extract from the Mt. Vernon Signal 'a determination. havo been holding well organized meetWalton's Opera House. Frankfort correspondence. ings to protest against the saloons beREV. R. D. MaIIONY and diughtcr, I.ANiir.nAP. Mrs. William Landcraf Mrs. ing opened again in Harrodsburg. They Delsarte Entertainment. Miss Marie, spent yesterday at Lancas-te- r. died suddenly at her home nt Ottcnhcim Reld'a entertainment at Walton's Op- aay that since whisky has been eliminaand their children havo lived Mr. and Mrs. John L. Grundy, of yesterday morning. She is survived by era House on Friday evening, March ted they guests of Mrs. Louise her husband but no children. The bur 11, promises to bo very attractive. more comfortably and had more ar.d Lebanon, were ial will take placo at Kphcsus church at About 76 of our most talented young better clothes and food. They feel that Tate. They will now, with living expenses so high, if people will tako part. Mbsdames Lucinda Grinstead and 10 o'clock Saturday morning. bo well trained and cannot bo excelled. their husbands aro tempted to spend spent several days in J. W. Ireland The remains of John Mullins were The Park City Daily Times says: "Mrs. their wages for whisky, the return of Danville. taken through on Wednesday's train to Reid's entertainment at Potter Opera saloons will mean actual want and sufMr. and Mrs. Lewis Ross, of Gar- Livingston for interment, tie died nt many families. We ure inrard, were guests of Mr. W. S. Fish the homo as his brother, William C. Houso last evening waa decidedly the fering for given in Bowling Green." formed that the colored women are best over and family. Mr. Mullins was Mullins. in I.oulsville. will bo given here. holding prayer meetings among thembeen Little Mary Burkk, who has cough, for years a well known citizen of Rock The same program to miss it. selves and making well directed efforts Tou cannot afford and whooping ill of typhoid fever cattlo county to counteract the petitions and keep the is much better. signing it. Moore. Mrs. Sailio Ewnlt Moore, farm three miles from Stan wife of tho late Dr. Noah S. Moore, men of their families from F. F. Ulankenship and Mrs. Mrs. We hope this is the case, because such Mrs. M. C. ford on good pike and in splendid com Leo' Turpin were guests of died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. a moral stand TurpFn at Hubble. munity. In high statu of cultivation; George W. Stuart, on Mt. Airy Avenue a movement will mean that will meet with respect everywhere. Mary and Jane Tamme are has a two story frame dwelling, new Misses in Paris, Monday afternoon of general Harrodsburg Herald. visiting friends and relatives at Spring- barn and all necessary outbuildings. debility, in her 80th year. Mrs. Moore Placo well watered and fenced. Will was member field and Perryvillo. Honor Roll of Stanford Graded and a of the Christian church Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Neighbors, or sell at right figuro. Stanford Real Es- and is survived by four sons, Messrs. High School for February: Louisville, spent Wednesday with Mr. tate Co. Primary Wm. Tate, Lucy Traylor, N. A. Moore, City Collector, Stampa and Mrs. W. K. Warner. Moore, Morin Moore and Spears Moore, Manuel Turpin, Isabel Warren, Herman The handsome and bright Sims. MRS. S. D. BARTLEY attended the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. and fivo daughters, Mcsdames W. W. Walls. burial at Paris Wednesday of her Grade 1 Smith Burke, Morgan S. Sims, died in their rooms in tho Myers Goltraand Albert S. Miller, of Mrs. Ssllle Moore. Ind., G. C. Givens, of this Baughman, Joanna Ballou. Harvey EmMonday night after an illflats Mrs. E. J. Brown and son, Prescott, House Eubanks, Ed Walton Farmbegun with whooping cough place, George W. Stuart and J. W. bry, Annie went to Maretsburg Tuesday to see the ness which George F. Ferris, Joe Grimes, Marand developed into pneumonia. Tho Jameson, of Paris. Mrs. Givens and er, former's sister, who is very 111, McClure, Bettio Perry, Marie thing was taken to Richmond for son. Ewalt. arrived just before 6ho guerite Mrs. J. U. Bourn and pretty daugh. little Powell, Thelma Powell, Ida Fettus, last. ter, Mies Aiken Bourn, of Lancaster, interment Great sympathy is" felt for breathed her Margaret Shanks. tho youthful parents in their great loss Totten. Jndge William Melton Tot- - Grade 2 Stella Walker, Sophie Saun vera auesta of Mrs. Wi K. Warner. ten, tho venerable father of Mr. James ders, Grace Anderson. Mary Garman, of Pleasant MR. John TEMrLEUlRC, n Bibb, Miss Florence BlBR uormney, &auio wearen, aam Mary Green, Mo., has been the guest of Miss and much loved by her many L. Totten, died at the latter'a home at Oaltr. t Morris Jackson. Lucy 0. Massey, of the McKinney sec- friends in this county, where sho lived midnight Wednesday, aged 8G. Ho ia Earlo Urade a Hester Anaerson, tion. Thelma many years, died at tho home of her survived by eight children, but his Bauehman. Tilden Cooper, Miss Minnie Straud has returned sister. Mrs. A. E. Godwin, in Nashvillo wife, who was Miss Margaret Lear, Francis. Rachel Hill, Willie Rankin, from the cities, whero she purchased a few days ago. Sho was a daughter died some 15 years ago. Tho following Sarah Traylor. Annetto Wcaren. Morris Grade 4 Hobart Arnold, extensively of Spring and Snmmer mil- of the late Richard Bibb and an aunt of children survive: Mcsdames J. II. Bruce, Annie VanArsdale Craig, Franlinery," I Bibb, of this city. She was Dunn, of Decatnr, III., Mason PullinB, ces Embry, Sylvin Farmer, Birdie Ford, Mr. Claude MR. Morris M. Perkins Is in Cin- x craduate of Stanford Female Collcffo of Paint Lick, Miko Ray, of Buckeye, Ransom Ford. Kathryn Harris, Annie Singleton, nnd and an accomplished and most excellent J. B. Hughes, of Burgin, and Miss Jen- - Rogers Powell,' Clarence cinnati buying stacks of spring nio Totten. of Decatur, and James L. Cluiborne Walton. Grimes, Nellie Wil auramer gooda for W. E. Perkins, the young woman. Grade Totten, of this city, nnd S. B. and R. hustling Crab Orchard merchant. Lettie W. McKinney. Jean Change of Firm. Mr. E. D. Pen B. Totten, of Decatur. The burial oc son Hill, Ethel Powell, Clinton Coleman, Paxton, Mrs. S. M. Saufley and Master nlneton has boucht tho Interest of Mr, curred in the Lancaster cemetery at 2 Joe T. Embry, Jesso Hocker. Shelten Marshall Saufley arrived from Grade 6 Bessie Moore. Ella Eichen-bcrge- r, It. B. Mahony in the insurance and real o'clock yesterday afternoon after ecr d Frankfort Tuesday night. The Maud Arnold, Eftle Ware, Harestato firm of Mahony & Fish and the vices at the grave by Eld. Joseph Bal and father will join them about ry Farmer, James Tribblo. firm is now Fish & Pennington. The lou. Judge Totten waa police judge of Grado 7 Boyco Hunn, James OwsMarch 12. business is a paying ono and Mr. Ma Lancaster for many years but moved ley. Morris Jarvis, Mary S. Cook, Sal-li- o News comes from Morrow, Ga , that M. Craig, Anna D. McRoberts, Mahas been chiefly instrumental in to his son's hero some two years ago. alittlo daughter has arrived at the hony M. Raney, Mayme Singleton, Bessie building it up to Its present high stand- He waa a affable old gen ry Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Smith. The home of Wilkinson, and hla numerous frienda regrot tlcman and a devout member of the Robert Grado 8 Efllo Baughman. mother waa the pretty Miss Gertrude ard forcea him to retire. Mr. Christian church. that Carter, Marion Grimes, Eva Moser. Gooeb, of the McKinney section of this . Pennington is well and favorably known High School Thomas Bright. eoanty. AT a meeting of tho Stanford Band, ' Wednesday throunhout Lincoln county and la thor Rkv. R. R. Noel left oughly competent to carry on hla part at which the full membership was pres ! Rlfht fer Lafollette, Tenn., to attend of tho firm a business. Mr. Fish tells ent, the following officers were elected; little the burial of his E. Wilkinson, president; Geo. Hopper, daughter of us that ho will bo in tho field most of HfirlnK decided to go to Teia on account Seable, the time whilo his partner will always Jr., secretary and treasurer; P. C. of my Ueftlth I will on Marshall Noel. The child died of the TUKHDAY.MAUUH15.J910. followMr. bo found in their olllco on Lancaster Deemcr, musical director. Tho t the Monroe (Jurtlt place i mile fiom pneumonia. ing is a list of members, with tho in- Htnnfonlon tbe Imnvllle pike .ell to hi street. kldder hit entire lot Mr. CHARUW J. Markb, of West strument assigned to each: Pat. W. liljlhvttthree good work mnm of bou.cbold ami u good KOodi, Circuit court is still moving along Whipp, Geo. DeBordc, P. C. Deemer, b work mule, ome plow, nnd plow pur, one Covington, la here soliciting subscripuWnit S3 Lesllo'a Magailne. Mr. but not a great deal of business is be- flat cornet; W. II. Brady, b flat clari- good milk cowofnnd one heller,one inrtiig tions to Frank iinrden ierd, clilckeiu.fk lot n ing done, as only equity cases are be- net; Geo. Harris, o flat clarinet; Mar wagon and one bucktioard. "'.'jj.YJy Marks U an old printer and is a of Richard Money, the first ing tried. Dock Padgett, indicted for shall Stone, o flat alto; E. Wilkinson, e printer Dublin, Ireland, ever had. Ho the murder of Green Skidmoro, waa al flat alto; E. W. Connett, o flat alto; showed us the first Frank Leslie, ever lowed bail in tho sum of 1,000, which Walter Singleton, 1st tenor: b J. Con on the 1 14 milet Writ of t'rub Orchard published. It bears the date of Dec. he gave. Tho grand jury adjourned nett; 2d tenor; Geo. Hopper, bflatslldo Crnli Orchard pike Tuesday after returning 17 indictments, trombone; A. G. Huffman, barytone; Htuutonl nnd 16, 1866. THUHHDAV. HAltOH, 10, 1W0. one comhlunt home ai The many Danvlllo friends of Attor- including ono against James Hughes, of Wm. Severance, tuba; Wallace Single One work hone,country, three cow., two good In the B. Saufley, of Stanford, Kings Mountain, for assault on a yearling! cuhei one tluck berk.klru Kilt, ney George ton, bass drum; Arnold Brady, snaro one girl ho and his wlfa had adopt- drum. Many of tho members havo In oiietwohor.ewHgon, oneiurrey, will be pleased to learn that he Is gradllrown cultivator. oueOlher obtll-r- d bull doxcu Uoel, lulow, ually recovering from a severe at- ed. Hughes was arrested and placed strumenta, but somo will havo to be lioci, one two double Molm.e. eMiporutor burrow, George D. In jail. Ho waa allowed bail in $1,000, purchased. Help them out and give about 15 burrtl. corn, carpet looiuvcron, tack of typhoid fever.-C- ol. n w, wagouftiid buggy harue... an them Weatherford had as his guests for the which he has not given. Feeling la In- court-hous- encouragement. After tho now cut .awing machine, four bed tteadi, one is completod and tho lawn vol, one bureau, on baby carriage, one tense against him In hla home section. Masonic banquet Friday night the rocking chair, three taud table., a clock, an elfort will bo ffeeUeaiM from Hustonvllle: Bertha Lovelaee la the girl's name and gotten In shape, stand, when the made two xtOTH. two afi. hull douin chalrt.otii-e- r boys to erect a baud MmZm.J. 0, Weatherford, Howard tutug too Udloui to mention. CmSS J. & Raid. . V. Carson and she waa brought from the orphans' will Rive concerts several evenings a 1, i. Vkaadlcr, Aut, 4 week during the summer months. j7iTSif.--AdTj- t. borne la Levfartila. e mm warm-heartem t, E grand-mother, Craw-fordsvilwell-know6-hus-bankind-heartegrand-daughter, Black Minorca eggs, per setting. Mrs. W. II, Wcaren. tho Country Store Somo nice, fresh butter at For Sale. -- A second-handeSOc per pound. ure cart. W. II. Higgini. Fraz L. R. Hughes T. W. Humble W. Q. Mnrtin SH' Silks For Spring & Summer, Wo aro showing a beautiful line of Pongees nnd Shantungs in nil the new weaves and colors. Also tlio Fore-lard- s nnd Tiwalis in the fnncy figured and color?. Alto the diagonals in tlio two toned effect of which all nro very stiong this season. Wo havo also selected some of tho prettied trimmings in tho market to be ueed with our silks in tho gilt and silver bands nnd all overs. 1 - HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Spring Suits but neat conservative styles for the best dressers. we have a large stock ! We are showing the accepted patterns for this seasons wear, no racehorse colors or prize fight designs - To select from. Boy's Youth's and Men's all 'perfectly tailored. w. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. Tinning, Plumbing, Heating. Don't let 101Q pass without having house with n beautiful white r)ot and cold water through ye Porcelain Bath Outfjk Have W. K. WAItNEIl to install your country water works wifck reasonable prices and guarantee. tVc also carry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN TUMPS; Roofing aa " Roofing Paints. Call and Bee us. Telephone, 188. IV. W. L. M'CARTY.Fres. E. C. WALTON, PUBLIC SALE JJ-- K. WARNER, Stanford, Hy. L. R. HUG1IES.6. A T great-grandso- Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford, KentucKy. Public .Sale! nlno-year-o- ld Stock ami- - Bords Farms nnd Town Property Handled on Comini&ion. Sold, Havo Property to Sell or Rout Notify Ua. If you Wrtto for Circular to o L. R. HUGHESr Secretary. Stanford, Ky. r rprr ff r- - s '"T- i "trw'' nwvi pwsp f wiMlwpji'lpR'wrn U s I, if WAYNESBURQ. FARMER'S DEPARTMEHT. Lovell D. Gooch and Miss Beatrlco Loulsvillo on IIor3 went to $9.00 at Reynolds, a former couple of this place, Tuesday. PoU-Ofacres of corn were married In Somerset Thursday by at Stanford at To Rent. Twcnty-flv- o JtnKndinHie Rev. O. M. Huoy. ground. Jos. Datlou. tnmU-ln- i nailer, For Sai.k. 100 young owes. J. H. A number of friends surprised Mrs. D. W. Caldwell Saturday by giving her Newell, Yoscmlte, Ky. V. S. Fish bought of It. D. Mahony n birthday dinner. There wore about t. No.ll.Houth.lllMr. M. 80 present and evcryono seemed to havo a bugfty maro for $200. No. JBHouth, ll)!(A A No. . North. (HO A. M. Iloos For Sale. Havo 22 head, all a good timo. No. . North, B:49 r. M. Miss Lucy Hubble visited her broth No.TJ, 10:A.M. kind. Robt. C. Watkins, Maywood, NO. IS, l! 40 P.M. cr, W. B. Hubble, at this place SaturKy. 2t Oscar Burton, of Pulaski, bought n day and Sunday. Mrs. Henry Nolan is JOS. 8. RICE, lAgont. pair of mules from William Norrls for visiting her daughter in Danville. Mrs. The Interior Journal. CLEMENS HOTEL J. L. I'i.kin, Pror., DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. nlrr outside rooms. Commercial travelers a specialty, Bprclal rats by week, or month. The proprietor Is a former I.ln- roin roumy iniiu and nis menu snouiu re tnemlwr him when stopping In tils town. zm L. SN.TIWETKBLE POSTED. We.wbnsn names appenr Iwtow, strictly forbid hunting, llsblngur any kind of tres- passing on mi r places and w 111 prosecute vloiniors i in. mil exivm ui sun inw. urns, miss :unttio nowes, iwieimnnacn A.T. Travlor. Fred llautunnn. N. II, riummer, i.unurniioocii, It. O. Niimtelley, Will Hester, llaugliinaii J, W. IVok. J. W, Ilruca, David Htevens, J.K. John Oainenlscli. Wm.Onnller. DanTraylor, M. II, r.lmore. tlotllliollck. Fred Hamlorf, M.Anderson, J. J, Thompson Mr. Ii.Mrs, Jus. II. Kads and J. K. Moser, Mrs. N.J. llurton w. niitasa iogan. Klllott. J.J.It. Daugherty, Jlrs.ueo.Conner,, W. Frank Dr. (1.(1. Perry. 1 llov. Father lxo, 1, W H. II, llaughnian, Uriah Albright. A. i, itoni. Mrs. Margaret Uooch, Jacob (lander (leo.H. (livens, W. II.Traylor jonn juier, Ham Koberls, M, J. Hofniaiin, Amend Ho haefer, K.T. lleatley A. H. Aiameny 1.. H. (lamer, Mrs. J. 11. Owsley, II. t..FKley, M.J. Morgan, It. O. Watkins, M.T. Harris, 11. H.Oro. .1.1', Hundley. (). K.McClure, Mrs. Nannie II, Good, Anton Konecker. Anderson Cnrr W. M. Dlshon. Fred VnnOrnenlgan !. t.l T. I ltnugliman It. Carpenter nuns. .ic Konrtts. Mrs. Hebecca iwiwrence, W. l. r, Ii. Mevlers. John H. I,ee. Tom Ferrlll, Christian Jacob W. W. l'ltuian, Fred Payk. Alex Cooper, j. rseviuuaner, Henry Ilhkler K. II. Denham. 11. 0. Anderson, W. D.Ooocb, T. A. Itlee, (lusdetsil. Chris Camenlscb, iteuben Curtis. Tlnsley Hpoonamore James Hmltti, A. I, Carter, P. W.Carter. J I. W. (tallies W. P.drlmes, W. M. Fields' J. I.. Ilolticlaw, Mrs. Mattle White, It. K. (lalnes. W. K. Keeton, Miss Mary IVpples, A. I.. Thompson, James A. S. PRICE, Surgoon Dontlat, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. OSce oror McRobcrU' Drug Store in the Owsley Building. $400. C. G. Caldwell, Mrs. Tipton Sims and MASON'S MEET. lit W r (V) F. A A. M. will meet staled communlcntlon on each first nnit tklrd Monday nights of each month, nt , i, Tier K in tneir nan on mnin Kv. Members of sister lodites are to bo present. T. W. Pen- aiBKton, nee. mm Lincoln Lodgo No. Jn Ts-- sin-eei- nmn-tors- Spring & Summer Stock. MiTKTimr measure taken liv a tailor of ex perience. Then your clothes, whetbern low price Business sun or me lines i evening clothes, will bare that Individuality nnd fit which plainly Indicate they were made to y.nr. measure. I will alio take your meas-- r for extra trousers, fancy vests, top wl si nnd overcoat. Kail and Winter snnplcs on band ready for your inspection U.O.nUWiKY, The Tailor, Htnnford, Ky. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! T & ean furnish the public with the belt, nt well at the freshest of cut flowers, plants of all kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short 2Mttee. Also make a specialty of wreaths Joe tor funeral purposes. Georgo Gano, 2:032, tho famous trotIn connection Hb the above, I have all klsdi'of vegetables on hand at reasonnblo ter, was sold by C. D. Tinsman, BarTrices. CIIRIBTMAN OKKKN IIOUflEH, ton Pardee and S. U. Gleason, of Penn Ed lloniiAito, l'Koit. Htnnford, Ky. sylvania, to M. W. Savage, of Minne apolis, for $30,000. Georgo Gano, is by fcwwtsJTobacco and Tobtcco Gambetta, out of Credclion. . Sixty bushels of German millet seed Miss Cora Singleton visited relatives at $1 23 per bushel for sale. F. Schni ti- in Somerset. Miss Ella Dumas, who has been visiting her brother, II. L. ler, Ottenhclm, Ky. For Sale. Mammoth Bronze tur- Dumas, returned to her homo In Lexkeys. Very fine stock. Mrs. G. C. ington Friday.' W. M. Smith continues very ill. Mrs. Aggio Jane ReyLyon, Hustonvillc, Ky. Wanted. About 25 bushels of cow nolds had the misfortuno to fall and peas, last year's seed. Address Henry break ono of her ribs. Sho is suffering very much. Mrs. II. II. Singleton was 3t. Riddcr, Crab Orchard, Ky. For Sale. 75 to 100 bushels of or- able to attend Sunday school Sunday, chard grass seed. Extra good. $1.50 after an illness of several weeks. Will Montgomery and wife, of McKinnoy, per bushel. B. B. King, Moreland. mules. came over Saturday to see her mother. For Sale. 23 All broken and in good working order. Miss Sallio Gooch is in Cincinnati buyE. E. Reid Call on or phone Logan Hubble, Lan- ing her Spring mllinery. has resigned as station agent nnd movcaster R. F. D. No. 1. T. F. Dunlap & Son, of Versailles, ed to his home at Science Hill. II. L. Dumas has charge of tho offico vacated sold 12 pairs of mules at $330 to $485. by Mr. Keid. Bold W. J, Murphy, of the same place, Ave pairs at $383 to $112. A Han of iron Nervo. Missouri-grown s A consignment of Indomitable will and tremendous enerBurley tobacco reached Lexing- gy are nover found whero Stomach, ton last week and caused considerable Liver, Kidneys and .Bowels nre out of discussion over the possible competition order. If you wtnt these qualities and of tobacco growing. the success thoy bring, use Dr. King's J. C. Morgan and J. D. Middleton, of Now Life Pills, tho matchless regulaGarrard, sold their tobacco from 13 tors, for keen brain and strong body. acres of land for $2,448.15. It was 25c nt Ponny's Drug Store. about 15,000 pounds and they got 151c! Wells county, Ind., went "dry" They sold at Richmond. three-year-old high-clas0. '1 mm .irST RECEIVED. L "SHIRTS" ous Shirts. "Seo That Famous." Our Spring Line of FamBEST MADE FORJiOc. Sec Our Window. SAM ROBINSON. II. i Mr-r- r, The Great Texas Panhandle. Ulchland Is tho Ui. Is of all wealth. Tint safest lnesttuent and tho surest money maker Is rlcu farming laud, (lod Is still resting on the "sewnth day." He Is not making anymore land. Tho Texas Is the last of the rich, leval land for settlement 111 this country. Kortunei will be made on tbeadvanco In price on these lands In thenext fcwyinrs. Home seekers will co no further when they see It. Hwlsh- er county Is tbu garden sKt nnd "pride of, tneplnlns." The best watered and the richest land, no clearing or grubbing, no Hoods, ' or cyclones. High altitude, delightful ell-- I mate. A proten wheat country, first prize awarded our wheat and oats at the- I' National Corn Kxposltlon nt Omaha. Necrnstn. ror ire musiriiieu uootiei,nuiress JAMKH KKVK.Hrt'.TULIAC'OMMKH-cia- l Ouch. Tulla.Hnlther County Texas. le HENRY lams. Nothing But'lnsuranco. Jesse D. Wearen,, The Insurance Man. STANFORD, KY. Residence Phone SS: Ofllce, MS. Insure with me and be fully protected. acre farm about fivo miles from town, on good pike, 1 mile from school, church and store, 100 acres fine tobacco land. Nine room crib, shed brick residence, Fencing granary, silo, barns, etc. good and place well watered. Nine never-failin- g springs, cement troughs, etc. In a splendid neighborhood. Stanford Real Estate Co. 257 0 240-barr- Bargain. WATTERSON'S PAPER Weekly Courier Journal -- --O- UR-- ARE OPENED EUGGIES IT AND READY FOR YOlT TO LOOK AT, ALL CONCRETING In position to ZTe are such as Blockdo all kinds of Work, l'ovements PREACHERSVILLE. Born, to the wife of J. F. Payne, a fine boy. Rev. Pierce Bryant preached When Hungry AND. New Stock. Nothing Carricdovcr from Last Year. if Fish & Pennington, Insurance and Real Stanford, Ky., Phone 200. OOTO at the Carton's Restaurant Lancaster, Htreet, Baptist church Sunday last suad. In fact, we can make any thins from Htnnford, K. ftaose down to a fence post. We can serve Storm parties are the order of the yoa promptly nnd guarantee work and material. (Jail and get our prices day with our young people, which may Meals served at all hours up to 11:30 p. if. esnore you uuy your material at least. be a sign that winter is broken. Mumps arc very prevalent in this liest place lu town torn good quick Mrs. J. II. Rigsby is ill. community. meal. Mrs. Malinda Anderson is very sick. Stanford, Ky. have decided to Cooking to suit our customers our specialty. The Baptist-brethreBplendld new line of falty have services at their house of worship Groceries. second and fourth Sundays in on the each month. Hot Coffee, Handwlches, pies, Ilutter lullk, The Misses Harris gave a most deand sweet milk, etc., at all times. home near here lightful social at their Tuesday evening to a large number of W. A. CARSON, friends, who report a fine time. March 1st Mr. John Richardson celebrated his birthday with a big dinner. That day the mail brought him a large package with 20 cents to pay. Upon All kinds of INSURANCE on all opening, it was found to contain a large biscuit, which we presume was intend kinds of property. Only the larged to reach him in time for dinner. est companies represented. Miss Kate Payne visited Miss Zula Uatesi lowjas can 'be Naylor. Mrs. Susan Cress visited Mrs. had anywhere. W. H. Brown. Miss Lula Sprinkles, of Rowland, is the guest of her sister, first-cla- The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR PHILLIPS BROS., ONLY $1.50. Few people In the United Btates have not l. Democratic beard of tbe in alt things, fair lo all things, clean In all things, It is essentially a ramiiy paper, iij a special arrangement we are enabled to ofL one fer the WEEKLV year and this paper for tbe price named above. Send your subscription for the combination to us not to tbe Courier-JoCourier-JournaCOUUIKU-OOUNAur W. H. HIGG1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. Prop. Estate. Don't Fail --To iv 5" Get our prices on- - 5 J,L.Beazley&Co., It 15 Mrs. Logan Thompson. J. M. Luns-for- d and wife have moved to Boyle county. Little Alma Land, of Rowland, was visiting her uncle, T. W. Payne. Mrs. Bettie Cummins has been quite sick with grip. Arthur Sharp, of Logan county, is here overseeing the & Z. I y" r Tobacco Canvass til I Wc Havo the TRICE and the goods. - S BHajH UndettaKers and" Embalm n. Also Dealers in Mattings.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. PricesJRight. Fur-skure, cutting of a lot of timber recently pur chased by the Wood Mosiac Co., of New Albany and Louisville. HIGHLAND. 11 - if i f I L, L. R. II. Crab Orchard, MAHONEY, Pres. SANDERS! VLy., J. T. WHITE, Sec'y. W. S. FISH, Trcas. I ft J. tl ANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McClary, . . Undertaker: Cmbalmor and UKinWarness, Saddlery, STANFORD, Poouf KY. St. il. riUomtii'aontj A. L. Napier has moved to Preach- ersville and John Green, of the Neals Creek section, has moved to the Mc- Ilargue place. John G. Baugh, after scouring the country for a farm, has bought his old place back from Mrs. Bright for $1,000 and taken possession. Owing to tho illness of Dr. Acton at Persons desiring quick Farms, houses nud lots for rent, salo orexchnngo. Kings Mountain, Dr. Thompson has sales or purchases in realty of all kinds. Call on or been compelled to ridoday and night in write us nt STANFORD, KY. this community administering to sufTo Sell Call ferers from grip and colds. Whooping cough Is prevalent here. B. D. Watt, who has been quite sick for some time, is improving". Mrs. L. s S. Warfield and the family of Mr. have also been sick. Born to the Stunford, Ky. Thouo 153. wife of Wm. Reld, a son. iXsMftitfii& Jake Meier, of Indianapolis, was here THURMAN K. TUDOR, Manager. .iC,JSMrBlfJiBa to see his parents. Miss Grace Young, of the Stanford Graded School, spent & Sunday with her parents here. J. II. Acton, of Waynesburg, spent Sunday May with his brother, W. G. Acton. Mr. MR. FARMER: Make your homo as modem for your family as a city Chestnut, of Knox county, was here residence, and place yourself in n position to get the latest market quotations And tho'Rain nnd Snow Fall, but a few days since to visit bis sister, at any time. This can bo accompliithed by incuus of our telephono bcrvico, your stock will keep warm in Mrs. S. S. Bastin. allien you und your neighbors can get for a eutn that U small compared with the benefits received. Call or uddresa our nearest oliico or writo direct Co Nunnellcy's New Stock Yards A One Hundred and Fifty Acre headquarters, Nashville, Teun., for information regarding our special "Far-me- n farm on good pike. Has two houses. Lino" rate. If you are not at prcseut enjoying telephono service, we Plenty of Covered Pens end Feed In 2) miles of railway station. Land can immediately interest you, Uujr Uueu cover tho btates ot Kentucky, and Water. Best market in the State. St bring them oa. Court Day produces good tobacco. Look at it and Tennessee, Mississippi, loulslaua and tbe boutliorn iwrtion of Indiana 8econd Monday, f. M. Bkuce, Assistant. you will buy it. Price only $2,500. Illinois. EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. Stanford Real Estate Co. (INaOHrOKATsItv When You Have1 The Citizens Realty and Title Co a H. B. Northcott; Promptness and Reasonable Commissions Our Specialty. 'Phone 200. Tiie Wintry , Hos-kin- Blasts HysUsk-saissskM- RURAL TELEPHONES. ssSJflsHssssWrl' (ome, li m .til. i' TSiaMTn 1j.jM,J,u.J&Mft- - imiL Z, .Mfjm .' jyyms - JujjisiummmmmtmmttKKmmgmKKgKgfXKKwK