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Well, wo bid him welcome, hoplnR that ho will continue to make our Rood Lincoln county pspor as jjood or better (if It could be) than over. Tho pcoplo at homo never, appro-ciattheir home paper as they should until thoy aro away a while and tho hornofolks don't write as often as we would liko for them to do. So when a paper like tho I. J. comes to us twice a week we aro able to keep tab on things back nt our old homo. Wonder what Editor Walton Is Kolnjr to do? Hosurely will never be satis, (led unless ho Is In somo printing olllce, or out on tho street with noto book and pencil In hand. Wo remember very well how ha used to ask us if wo had a letter for him from tho Highland correspondent, and say: "Ily tho way, 1 wish you would see if you can wake up that writer; a letter from that vicinity Is read by us with much delight." I will now glvo my friends a few words concerning our whereabouts and our work at present, etc. Wo are serving tho Harlan chargo os pastor of M. E. church this year. Wo llvo In tho town of Harlan. In tho parsonogo. Wo havo a good church edifice, besides two In tho country and others that will be dedicated In tho near future. We have threo other churches In town, viz: Ilap-tis- t, Presbyterian and Christian. Tho Presbyterians have an academy here. Good work Is being accomplished by them. Tho town of Harlan is at the head of tho Cumberland river, three forks uniting hero. The thing of greatest Interest to the peoplo of Harlan county at present seems to be a new railroad which the I,. & N. Is having constructed up the river near Pineville. Hapid progress is o Letter From the County of Harlan. Harlan, Ky., March 4. Dear Homo NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. A . NEWS NOTES. . Vasssika .s sl . . - sstM2 , being made and within a few months wo can rldo down along tho Cumberland on tho cars and get on the main line at Wasioto or Pineville, Instead of going by way of Hagan, Va., to get to other parts In our State. Wishing our new editor success, Very Truly, E. E. Young. One Year's Record of Taft as Presi dent. Traveled 20.C13 miles by railroad ond 5,000 by automobile. Visited SO States and tsro Territories. Made 343 speeches (Koosevelt In his last year as Executive mado 212 ) Appointed C.917 Federal officers. '"Sent eighteen messages to Congress. 'Lost seven pounds; weighed 320, on March 4th, 19CJ. and 31U on March 3, 1910. Obtained enactment of a new tariff law. f Unearthed custom frauds at New York. Discharged three Foderal officers Chief Forester GIUord Pinchot, Assistant Forester O. W. Price and Law cerA. W.Shaw. Instituted an Inquiry into tho high cost of living. Forced the ajxlicatlon of President Zelava. dictator of Nicaragua. Shook hands with President Diaz on Mexican soil. f " f ' ., Severe strains on tho vital organs, llkt strains on machinery, causo break slomacn, downs. You can't over-ta- x llrer. kldnovs. bowola or nerves with out serious danger to yourself. If or under you nro weak or strain of any kind, tako Electric Hit ter tho matchless tonio nieuicmo. Mm. J. K. Van do Sando.of Klrkland, III.. wrlua: "'That I did not broak ilnwn. while cndurlnc a most sovoro strain, for three months, Is duowholly Uso them and to Kloctrlc Hitters.-- ' onlnv linalth nnd BtrenL'th. StttlsfaC- lion positively guaranteed. 60o at Penny's Drug Store. rur.-dow- Don't Broak Down. No honest man. wo caro not how much ho may bo opposed to tho county unit bill, can havo tho proper respect for tho fellow who will promise his peoplo to voto for the bill in order to bo elected to office, and then violato that promise after hisolectlon. Tho Senato will no doubt kill tho county unit bill; nor Is there any doubt that the county unit bill will kill a number of members of tho present Senate. Cadiz Record. "What roDeT" was your Impression of Eu "Well, judging from what mother and the girls say, thero doesn't seem to bo much to tho ploco except art and matrimony. It depends forrovenuo almost entirely on pictures nnd pedigrees." Thomas Collier Piatt, former United states Senator from New York, is dead. He was leader of ,Jho republican ....... Im " atntA for nvfiF a ,nuartur of 1. iivjr ' IiU ii. a century anu was ciiarucivritcu an iuo "Easy Uoss. ".- Augusta Fasslo, a vaudeville actress, during an act at a Cincinnati theater, fell 18 feet and broke her neck. Aurollus W. E.istland, of Danville, died at tho Jewish Hospital In Louis- and escaped..vllt.i John A. Eubank, for many years a Albert Gallltin Talhott, on of tho democratic leader in Clark county, is . old Congressman, is dead at Williamsdead, aged 70. burg. Davis Bell, aged 105, is dead at TulW. T. SlmlTer, oged CO, died nt his homo In Rockcastlo county after a brief sa, Ok In. He was nn intimate friend of Dnvld Crockett. Illness. Three-cen- t street railway fare, with Frank Crabtrce, who killed Andy Ramsey in Pulaski, was given u lifo municipal supervision of the car lines, is now a reality In Cleveland. sentence. Tho srcnoral striko called In Philadel Capt John Mellrayor, an old and highly rcspectod citizen of Lnwronce-burg- , phia out of sympathy for the striking street car motorroen and conductors is dead midnight Friday. Mrs Henry Traynor, of Richmond, went Into effect at Ono hundred nnd eighteen dead in tho Danvillo while on a visit to Mrs. died nt trains overwhelmed by tho Wellington lllund Ballard. is tho Robert O'Hrlcn, a hridgo painter, landslide, near Seattle, Wash., by falling from n bridgo at estimate made by tho Scatlo newspa was killed pers. Red Bird, on tho Cumberland river. Tyrui Cobb received and signed his Leo Grimes was fim-- $480 and sen In the work houso contract with the Detroit American tenced fo 180 days Leaguo Tigers. Cobb's contract calls for six coses of whisky selling In Danfor a salary of $9,000 annually for three ville. sold for Mrs. II. D years. Frank Arnold The Federal grand jury In New York Campbell n houso and lot In tho addition to J. II. Glass for $1,400. handed In a presentment against the American Refining Co., charging it Wilmore cor. Jessamino Journal. Rather than go to the workhouse four with contempt of court in failing to months for soiling whisky, Jano Miller, produce books and papers called for by white, agreed to tako her two daugh- the grand jury ters and leave Uoylo county never to Tho ball of Dr. Jnmea R. Hull, of Monroe City, Mo., indicted with Mrs. return. Jennings Alma Proctor Vaughn on tho charge of Near llryantavillc Marcus shot and killed George McLowan, n murdering Prof. J. T. Vaughn, was Negro. It Is bclioved that Jennings' fixed at $113,000, and the prisoner gain Ho was arrested ed his freedom. mind Is impaired. Following the killing of threo men nt and placed In the Lancaster jail. Is on to establish a new Citronelle, 33 miles north of Mobile, A movement Ala., by Lawrenco Odom, the sheriff of bank nt Perry villo. W. C. Kern, Martin and James Guthrio aro said to Mobile county was appealed to for as s of sistance to prevent tho threatened bo tho promoters. Over lynching of Odom. the stock has already been placed. game of football In a In tho Knox circuit court John Pierce verdict against the Lou- at Harlan, James Slanton and John was awarded a isville & Nashville railroad for $11,000. Pace became involved in an argument, He had un arm and leg severed while and In the fight that followed Stanton working for tho company nt Grays. At stabbed Pace threo times, inflicting a previous trial a verdict of $12,000 was probably fatal injuries. 'This is the man that bound me and awarded. had been given my wife and burned our feet until wo Bccchcr Cooper, who a sentence of ono year for obtaining told where we had hidden our money, money under fa'se pretenses, and Lin- said John Wagner, 80 years old, as ho line of coln Cornett, of Perry county, awaiting picked Frank Donahoo out of a In trial in the United States Court for re- eight men, at the Etna police station whisky without license, escaped Pittsburg tailing Tho grand jury in Philadelphia re from tho London jail. As a result of a- fierce battle, with turned indictments against John J. threo lions nt tho ranch of Cherokee Ed Murphy, president of tho Central La Uaumelster, five miles west of Leban bor Union, and C. O. Pratt, organizer Murphy is on, Samuel Roso lies in a local hospital of the cannon's union. In the ab- charged with rioting and inciting to riin a precarious condition. inciting to riot sence of tho regular keeper, Rose, who ot; Pratt with rioting, and conspiracy. is Baumelster'a secretary, went to a Col Thomas Swopo'a estate was val cago containing tho lions to scatter some straw In it and tho beasts jumped ued at $1,000,000. He bequeathed sums his on him. Baumelster arrived and shot from $410,000 to $2,500. The physicians the lions, but failed to kill any of two children to now say that Hyde is innocent and that them. the typhoid was caused by impure water. Dr. Hyde's wifo is left a largo CHURCH MATTERS. amount by Col. Swope'a will. Rev. Walter Brock has resigned os The Interstato Commerce Commis pastor of the London Baptist church sion was permanently enjoined from en streot forcing an order prohibiting railroads and accepted a call to the Fifth Baptist church, Lexington. and other carriers from allowing com A young men's Bible Class has been pensation to owners and operators of Methoorganized at tho Main Street elevators for elevation and transfer of dist church weich is proving to be one grain in transit, in a decision in the of the most interesting features of the United States Court at Kansas City. Sunday school. Somerset Journal. Allen Brooks, a Negro, charged with Rev. C. R. Llain has accepted tho assaulting a white girl, call extended by the Presbyterian church was lynched at Dallas, Texas, by a mob Tho congregation is composed of, it Is estimated, 5,000 men. at Hustonville. to be congratulated on securing tho Brooks was in the court-rooawaiting services of so excellent a man and trial when the mob surged by tho offpreacher. icers and threw the Negro from the seconThe meeting in progress at Logan's d-story window, fracturing his skull. Creek church, conducted by Revs. Negotiations between tho Baltimore Dickey, of this place, and E. O. Hobbs, and Ohio Southwestern management of Wilmoro, is increasing In interest and committees of conductors and rail Serviced at 10 a. M., and 7 r it. Tho way trainmen camo to a conclusion at meeting will likely continue through Cincinnati when General Manager C. C the week. F. Bent, for tho company, declined to The Union Christian Endeavor exer concede tho general demand made by cises nt tho Christian church Sunday tho conductors und trainmen for in evening wero both interesting and en creases in wages. lovable. Miss Bessie Yantis led nnd Enrico Caruso, tho Now York tenor, Mrs. J. J. Dickoy, Rov. J. T. Hoskins, is quaking with something worse than Messrs. J. B. Paxton and C. E. Tate stage fright. Tho Black Hand has demade timely talks. Tho music was u manded $15,000 or his lifo In twp letfeature of the oxercises. ters. There is somo disposition among "So the bride and groom especially his friends to regard the letters as an practical joke, but Caruso is requested their friends not to throw convinced that his days aro numbered rice after themT" "Yes. They asked us to hand tho and will not venture out without a body rice over In a package bo that it could guard. It was stated at tho office of tho bo used when thoy go to housekeepStandard Oil Co, that John D. Rocke ing." feller, Jr., intended to retiro from al farm three miles from Stan, his business connections in order to ford on good pike and In splendid com- give his entire time to philanthropic munity. In high btato of cultivation; work. It is expected young Mr. Rocke frame dwelling, now feller will assume tho management of has a barn and all necessary outbuildings. tho Rockefeller Foundation, a bill for Placo well watered and fenced. Will the incorporation of which has been in sell at right figure. Stanford Real Es troduced in Congress. tate Co. " It Saved His Log1. After tho closo of the quietest day "AH thought I'd lose my leg," was insince tho Philadelphia strike augurated rioting broke out again Sun wrltos J. A. Hwenson, of Watortown Wis. "Ten yours of eczema, that 15 day with tho fall of darkness, and be ono a doctors could not.curo, had at last fore midnight threo peoplo, Uld mo up. Then Uucklen's Arnica young girl, had been fatally wounded Salvo cured it, sound and well." Inmany severely ciuducu. and fallible for Skin Eruptions, Eczema, rLuke Obouulor Cox, president of the Salt Rhouin, Bolls, Fover Sores, Union National Bank, Louisville, is Burns, Scalds, Cuts and riles. 25o at Penny's Drug Store, dead. Wil-motwo-thirdhotly-contestesister-in-law's d mother nnd son, Tprisoners in tho Rowan county jail, pried the doors open flH EflRIiY EflSTESl it 2 5 4 Calls For Early Spring Suits. tkt 41 n Z 4 Our line, full of "Snappy" Stylish, all wool suits, made by the best tailors in Amsrica, is open forZ zyour inspection. We have talen extra care in se-- f : Selecting some "Nobby" patterns, especially in is T that are so good this season. MflTIPP """ H-o4- ;: J at-nnn- rl - !! -" rlief inrf io fif " Uo nr rt v "'?-- of 2 . 5 ij 2? Hart Schaffner & Marx' have and you will wonderjwhy you have?? n jlnot worn them sooner. ii Cummins 2? -- -v & Wearen, a mm. m. m 9 STANFORD. .KENTUHKY -. v 8 S HHF Hart Schaffner & Marx 4! TirrFrr.rwrrrrrrrr S5 4y 4 4'w'w'w Capital, POLITICAL. Tlu n mninritv of fotir VOtCS tho Ma- rvland Leeislaturo killed the bill pend local option. ing for State-wid- e The bill elvinz circuit judges i,w Of Kentucky. more yearly Saturday became a law without the signature of the Governor. Tho Kentucky House of Representatives passed a bill appropriating $10,000 for the maintenance of the Home lor tho Incurables in Louisville. The Kentucky Senate, in a stormy session, and after a long debate over S: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT' W.IM. BRIGHT, CASHIER,. tho countv unit measure and tho Dill J- - Wl ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH reading of the Bible J. B. PAXTON, providing for tho H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER in the public schools, virtually Kiueu HtfYS FOSTER, CLERK. the Waggoner county unit Din. HMldM nominating Hon. Ben John DIREOTORS: son for Congress, tho Democratic Com mittee of tho Fourth Congressional 0. Walker, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter.Stanford district indorsed him for the Democrat John B. Foster, Stanford; W. H. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Ranmeetic nomination for Governor at a kin, Lancaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; W. H. Trnylor, ing at tho Old Inn in Louisvillo SaturGilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. ' day. H. Cummine, Preachersville; Lilbum Ice Balmv weather, with no trace of Gooch, Gilberts Creek. or snow and with the crocuses and oth opening their first er spring flowers blooms to tho flood of snnshine, mockon tho ingly greeted Washingtonians first anniversary of President Taft's inauguration ond presented a striking example of what March 4 weather can be when there ore no inaugural cereSTANFORD, KENTUCKY.! monies and parade to mar. Cbc Lincoln County national Bank Stanford, mw'.y$ & Clothes jf ? ,u Surplus, Resources, $50,000.00 43,000.00 340,000.00 FIRST. NATIONAL BANK, Wl J.J. CAPITAL1STOCK, $50,000. would havo been about as welcome to SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. of Oswego.N. V., as araer-olleA. Cooper, cough that defied HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 all remedies for yeors. "It was most troublesome at night," ho writes, Combines7AbsoluteSafcty with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety "nothing helped me till I used Dr. King's New Discovery whlck cured mo Deposit Boxtilot Use of "ourCustomers. We Solicit Your Account. completely I never cough at night now." Millions know Its matchless OFFICERS. DIRECTORS. merit for stubborn colds,, obstinate coughs, soro lungs, la grippo, asthma, I. S. I locker, President', . II. Baughman, . F. Reid, hemorrhago, croup, whooping cough, M. D. Elmore, J. M. Fettus, ' S. T. Harris, ZM orhsyfever. It relieves quickly and II. C. Iiaughman, . P. Cummins, John . McRoberts, Cashier; never falls to satisfy. A trial conS. T. Harris, no. C. Kobinson, vinces. 60o. $1. Trial bottle free. II. C. Baugtunan, Asst. Cash'.r li. C. Walton, J. S. Hocker. It's positively guaranteed by Penny's W. II. Murphy. W.W. Saunders, Bookkeeper. ss lung-racking The Laslf of AFlend. ORGANIZED IN 1882. I Drug Store 115-acr- e two-stor- Tickets aro selling rapidly for tho Delsarte. Much interest is being manifested in tho beautiful entertainment to bo given at Waltan's Opera House Friday evening next, March 11. Many tickets havo been sold and a large crowd is expected. Don't miss the tho "Dudo Drill" ond "Guoss Whatl" The Callslhenic Drill will also be very & Louisville Auto Show March 1 st - ' Interesting. Scats reserved at Shugars Tanner's drug store. Chooso yours 174849 ttth now. John P. Cudahy, a Kansas City packer, on finding Jero F. Llllis, a prominent banker, in his home at an unusual hour bound the banker with a rope and proceeded to cut him Into ribbons. Both are society men. Louis James' long career as an actor was ended by death at Helena, Mont., fallowing an attack of heart failure I Armory tkucks. CI iASSES. parts, motorcycles. axnwic or ai celebrated record-breakinaeroplane Orcat CARS g - Afternoon., 25c Evening. 50c Muuc and Decorations. For Particulars address Secretary, Louisville Auto. Dealers Association Just before the curtain went up for a performance of "Henry the Eighth." i.miiiik.fi'Jn M '& . - Al tit. t?sVi j ,"? The Interior Journal. SHELTON M. 8AUFLEY, owffm. HON. HARVEY HELM of Uneoln county, Is i candidate lot ! nomination for Uonprcss from the Klghtho demo-emti- dlstnet.subject to the action of the putty. POLITICAL DOINGS AT THE CAP' ITAL. FBANKfORT,KY., MARCH 7. The past week has been a busy one in Legislative circles The General Assembly is on tho home stretch and Is trying to mako up Mat speed. UilU nro coming out of tho hoppers via the Rules Committees every day andaro rapidly Retting Into shape to become laws. Tho threatened bolt of thu temperance republicans, after tho Senate democrats had passed the Louisville Ripper bill, failed to materialize. Tho County Unit bill gasped its last In tho Senato lato Friday and was quietly laid away for another two years Two measures had up to Saturday .received the Governor's signature and are now laws. They wero the bills to legalize tho negotiation and transfer of tobacco warehouse rectipls, and a" bill affecting tho schools In Lou- tie fear of suehtTa contest succeeding, however; and do not believe, anyway, that Price has any Idea of getting into a hopeless race, Prewltt has of ten been heard to commend the Idea of early election of nominees, so that tho party's candidates may havo opportunity to mako a thorough campaign against tho republicans, and havo tlmo to heal any sore spots that may result from a Harvey close primary or convention. Helm is just as good as nominated again, and thoso who would wrest the honor from him might as well take their medicine and save their trouble. CANTRILL, A fort GONER. Over In this, the Seventh district, Congressman J. Campbell Cnntrill is seeking a rcnomlnation and making a great ado over his defense of the Ken tucky tobacco growers in Congress. But the tobacco growers in this section are mighty doubtful of Cantrill's sincerity. Tho Burlcy Tobacco Society is watching his trail carefully and ho is going to have a fight before ho Is through, if present prospects pan out. Tho Burlcy people sny that Cnntrill tried to beat them with his Equity So ciety and when he found out they had him whipped, he got in lino again. Can-tri- ll has been known here at Frankfort as a lobbyist for tho whisky interests and tho liquor Interests nro vory anxious to keep him in the National Congress. Two years ago Cantrill promis ed to support for Congress this time Senator Claude Thomas, of Bourbon county, If the latter desired to run. Thomas has not made up his mind yet, but Cantrill has already announced his own candidacy again. There is some talk here of VV. Rogers Clay, of Lex ington, Commissioner of the Court of Appeals, getting into the running. Any s man can beat Cantrill this time, for the peoplo are "on to" him. Ho won't do. high-clas- isville. Amid much applause on Saturday tho Senate passed the Litterall bill providing for tho pensioning of Confederate soldiers who live In Kentucky. The act grants them an allowance of $150 a year. Lieut. Gov. Cox said from the chair that bo regretted thaUhe did not havo a chance to vote for tho bill. Several republicans spoke for it, and old Federrepublicans liko al soldiersjand Capt. Ed Farley, State Treasurer, got out and electioneered for the bill. The "bloody 8hirt",will never wave in Kentucky when such instances are seen of amity between tho once bitter cnemlea and evidencesjof such good feeling are shown by men who took part on the opposing sides of the internecine strife. Governor Willson is sure to Bign the bill, and one more Btep will bo taken to make more easy the pathway of those heroes who gave up their all for the Southern cause; and who are now fast fading from the land. life-lon- g threaten his friends to letae tafi i committee to take a different view and have it fix a time t,o suit his Interests was Hon. W. J. Price, of Doyle, who was a .candidate four years ago and who has been a prospective candidate oVer slnco and has been prosecuting his candidacy In the district with more or less vigor all the while. Healsoundertookto convince tbe committee that a primary could be held In this district composed of 10 counties for $ 1,500, when ho well knows that the lato judicial primary in the counties of Lincoln, Boyle, Garrard and Mercer cost $1,200. His effort to control a proxy held by a member of o the commltteo by long distance to n gentleman not a committeeman and who stated to tho committee that he did not know tho committeeman to whom he talked over tho phone, was as untenable ns tho other positions taken by him before, tho committee. In fact wo judge from the reports we havo seen and heard that his aim, after ho realized that ho was unabln to secure a convention, was to create confusion and discord, with a view, if possible, Of making some cheap campaign capital, and this conclusion is strengthened by his nbsurd appeal to tho State Central Committee. The peoplo want contests of this character over as soon as possible and we arc of the opinion that tho action of the committeo will give, general satisfaction. tele-phon- V swK wPv tsfiLF LissTLisssssssssssssssssssr Xr lsar l" j v JsaSr? Editor W. B. Hansford, who has mado the Somerset Republican a newsy and creditable paper for many years, has retired, leaving his son, Mr. E. H. Hansford, a capable young newspaper man, in charge of the paper. Editor Hansford will take a much needed rest and here's hoping that he will greatly enjoy it. i Judge O'Rear publican nominee I- - 19 LW. is Mure to be the Re for Governor of Edcrhcimcr, Stein & Co. A UNiqUE BILL. Kentucky next year. Will tho Dem Old topers who sometimes appear up- ocratic party oe tool enough to per on the streets with larger loads than mit Ben Johnson to get the nomination they can safely accommodate, will be against him. Cadiz News. up against it if the House puts thro' Wanted, to trade lumber for barn a bill the Senate passed today. This bill provides a fine of $100 and 10 of patterns for corn and hay. C. J. Sip- more days in jail for anyono who is pie, London. seen publicly drunk. The next thing we know the old blue law prohibiting a HUBBLE HELPS BOYLE COUNTY. man from kissing his wife on Sunday I offer my Senator "Took" Hubble did the good will be revived. Are all the pleasures coln county services to the peoplo of Linas an auctioneer. Hntlifnrtlon II. W. McVt'HOIlTKIt, county of Boyle a good turn when he of life to be eradicated by such sump guarantee!. Moreland, Ky It. K. D. No. 1 got through the bill appropriating tuary legislation? lUildnce. Turners vllle. for improvements at the State AN OLD LINCOLN COUNTY BOY. School for the Deaf at Danville. It nave aug up a coupie more ex- - PAINTING ANDPAPERHANGING! i now goes to the House. KentucKy, Lincolnites here in Frankfort. There I am prepared to do all kind of Dnlntlne Senator Hubble and Editor W. V. seems to be a donnishness connected and paper hanxlng Hre ineenbefore you let yuur vuairuci lur mis Kinu worK. Richardson, of the Danville Advocate, with those who have ever made that JAMKHMO.VDAY, TO THE FARMERS. corridor of the Capital Hotel made the Btanford, Ky. garden spot their home, which lingers buzz for a short while Thursday night as long as life lasts. And no 1 wlllcontlnue to handle Fertilisers In the last week, when they were unable to howfar from "home" one may matter G. L. Penny H. H. Collcy K. It. Coleman wanJumbo and McKinney sections nnd ask my question of whether or not agree on the old imtrons to remember me. I also nk the der, it's a good wager he won't be For boase, carriage and sign painting deco- patronagoof many new customers. Hubble had told Richardson he would rative ruper haneliK aluibUKirv trimnilnr D.O.HIIM'LK. there long until he finds someone who of nil kinds such as tops faver the County Unit bill. The Sena halls recovered curtains London, Ky. from Lincoln. The workhouse and boots made. Htonover AldrKW. lilart cease tor demanded that Kicnardson smlttishop West JIulu at., Hlaittfrd Ky., is a former Lincoln lMioneNo.eJH. keeper tae uncalled-fo- r ataacks on him in his county at Frankfort boy. His name is Emil Haldi, J J. HEI.DKN. paper. The rctbrt courteous soon beand no better Dutchman ever lived. came the statement strenueous, and He told me Now Llvorv with pride that he former . ,m uA -- . i j Tvouia nave ceen wurno dmh uuu uuki,'y "ved near McKinney, and his folks Dopot Stroot, Joe Embry stopped a right swing that " Senator Hubble made for Richardson's I Haldi is one 06, of the very best officials of I desire to sell privately my stock of GroWill make hens lay, cure them jaw. Mutual friends held tho combat- ceries this city. Everyone likes him, and his ness. and Hardware. Doing a good busiWill ot (li.'fai-and keep them in ant 3 until angry passions had subsided, administration of affairs at tho city 111 health. invoice about ItMM. iteason STANFORD. KENTUCKY. good thrifty condition. Both eentlemen were urged by friends bastile has been GKO. D. HOPPEK.Htanford.tKy. the best ever known. to consider the incident ended, and it is He Tho iucrt'UK) in the number never has any opposition for the of wisdom believed that they will see the of cggH laid, will more than iwy fice any more, for the citizens would Furniture and Undertaking. lor the small expend of feeding. of such a course. rise up in arms were he deposed. As a My farm of (7 acres of good land, well ImON PENITENTIARIES. REPORT proved, well It is Fold at Peuoy's Drug council I havo twice It Is located watered and fenced. Is for iml Day Phono 28. seven miles from Htanford In report of State member of the city The ytore. had the pleasure of voting for him, and the May wood section. House has six rooms. Night Phono 133. New barn and other necessary outbuildings. Examiner and Inspector M. H. Thatch- he is er on his investigation of conditions at thingstruly deserving of all the good A bargain If sold at once. MVINGHTON. KentucKy. J. T. that can be said of him. It. r. I). No. 1, Htanford, Ky the State penitentiaries was made last At one of the main tables in the Cap- -' week. It proved the bunting of a big ital Hotel dining-room- , at which the bubble. Sensational charges had been Lincoln county contingent here at the made by a former warden of cruelty to Legislative session eat frequently, the Btanford, Kentucky. prisoners, conniving with contractors Dealer la and Manufacturer of; J. L. Elk in, Pror., waiter is an old Lincoln county colored on the part of commissioners and mis- boy, by name. He Will Baughman, Marblo and Monu DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. management of affairs in general. Mr. has been away from home eight years, Thatcher says that ho found there had and tells with much pleasure Cemetery and Markers bten Borne irregularity under former ad- going back for a visit soon. how he is Large, nlry outside rooms. Commercial Vases andnnd Posts, Office and works.Lawq ST McHcltees. n trmeler a specialty. Hpvclal rates by week Kinney, Ky. ministrations, but that the present ador month. The proprietor Is a former LinS. M. S. ministration of the prisons' affairs had coln county iiiau and his friends should re3 member him when stopping In hi town. EXECUTOR'S SALE OF UND. n improved conditions wonderfully. He The action of the Eighth Congres aays that the charges against officials sional District Committee, which rn met ct of the penitentiaries were much exag- at Nicholasville on the 3rd Inst, in A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, AsKxecutorof a'onroeOurtls.decd, I will gerated. George Chinn, the former adopting a resolution providing sell nt publlo outcry to the highest bidder aD for a e before the door In Htanford, 5 warden who made the charges, is a primary election as the best method of i Ky., at about X o'clock on splendid fellow in every way, but his nominating a democratic candidate MONDAY, MAItUHli.lJIO. for am u graduate of Jones' XatlonulHcnool friends here say that he was inclined to Congress in this district, exhibits sound of IAuctioneers, Chicago, and umo had l In tbe big cattle sales at tbe Union county court day, his late Ishome on the H it ff be too lax with the prisoners when ho judgment on the part of tho commit ii Danville pike, rroperty about three siock Yards, Uhlcngo, where we sold some miles from Htanford und Is bounded by the n and did not realize that was at tbe helm high as 1100. Also In tee. Previous to the meeting of the thoroughbreds as MjU sales were made each lands of Mrs. MatVe White, J. fl. llllton horse sules where tbe character of men who make up the committee every effort to persuade the day. Auctioneering is a science und I bate and the T,Danville pike. Lies opposite thu A. Itlce and studied It with this Idea. Heeor phone me farm of rood nnd IS contains by the deed convict population, soon overleap all committee to call a convention had w S3 acres. Has on been before you arrange for your sale, I can Ju n cottage, barn andpoles, or laud.outbuild- necessary It authority unless exhausted, bounds and override all make sues to your udrantuge. l'iiUNEw-l- l but the committee decided lues and line spring. Nice home conven ro restrained with a vigorous hand and that the welfaro of the party would iently locuieu ami fertile land. Hale will be w be made on creditors months, with Interest ut taught tho force of discipline. And best subserved by a primary. After the 4 per cent, from day of sale. Purchaser will I o be required to execute note with approved nothing has proven as efficacious in ac- resolution providing o for a primary had personal security and a lieu will be retained C complishing this as a goodly taste of on the land, I'urcsaser shall have the priv ts been adopted there was some difference 1'ossesslon win be the strap now and then. The State among the committeemen as to the We have placed In stock a fine line of vo- ilege or paying cusn. with terms of sale. upon compliance o cal aud Instrumental muslo, all sold ut Ko given McUOllBUTB, Kx'r. Monroe Curtis. Sunday-schoM. I'. fw penitentiary cannot be run on per copy. order any special piece detime of holding tho primary; the major- sired. For Will nt sals plans and good behavior cannot ity of the members thinking it best to be secured with gum drops and pretty hold it at an early date in (EL order to phrases. As Thatcher is a republican avoid the busy season Drug more, and the three Prison Commissioners among the farmers, commencing with - - - Kentucky. Stanford, democrats, the report can be regarded the seeding season and including the as turning up the raw edge of every- harvest period, which extends well Into thing that could be found not up to the fall; ns well as to avoid complicaGreat Texas Panhandle. There was no chance for a tions with the State races that are rap-Idl- y taw. pressing to the front. Uesides, the lllch land Is tho bails of all wealth The HELM A SURE WINNER. tlmo intervening between the date of safest lnestment and tbe surest money maker, Is rich fariiilug land, (lod Is still The meeting of the Eighth District tho committee meeting last Thursday resting on thu "eenUi day." llu Is not Making any The Texas Committee at .Nicholasville attracted and tho date fixed for the primary-A- pril handle Is the more land.rich, levul land luu. last of the for 30, 1910 is the same length of settlement In this country, Kortuuus will interest hero last week. After action lie made on tbe advance lu price on these To Bell Call luuds In tbenext was taken, Will Price, of Boyle, and time prescribed by the committee for will tin nn fiirlliu few years. Home seekers u wh.n ih.u mw . niri. nHv., ihu ka his friends camo over to see Chairman making the last nomination for Con er...B county Is the garden spot and rirlde tiof tbeplalus." The best wutered and the Henry R. Prewitt, of the State Com- gress in this d strict, and is about tho est laud, no clearing or grubbing, no rich floods calling of the same length oLtime prescribed by the oroycloues. High ullltude, delightful ell mittee, to contest the wheat country. ".-- primary on April 30, on the ground that committees for making nominations in mate. A proteu wheat aud oaii atKir.t Lirueawarueu our thu Stanford, Ky, 'Phone 153. Corn Spencer committee- - the three Congressional districts where NationalFor free Uxposlllon at Omaha Ne tbe proxy of the up-to-d- ate bruska. Illustrated booklet, address voted as authorised. Tbe the nominations nave already beta an was .nasnraiBnSiv, 1 UJ.IAVJOMMKK- 1 CIAIULVU. 'r TIIUKMAN K. TUDOR, Masaf ec, of Congressman Helm have lit- - made. The only one who made an ef-TUlia,t)wlsbtr County Texas, -M FbbHL Auctioneerl $20,-40- U Well dressed indeed is the man who wears the CLOTHES we sell. We now have on our display racks our spring suits from 15 to $27.50 and simply as pretty as the picture. Every little detail is perfect and BETTER TAILORING cannot be made. Let us show them to you and you will see the truth of our statement. Well Dressed. H. J. McROBERTS. Stanford, 2Se2S3Sg38:3330 J. Je BELDEN, B. D. CARTER. Phono Dr. Hess' Poultry Panacea Stock of Merchandise """ "'..; for Sale. FARM FOR SALE! W. A. TRIBBLE. Stanford, CLEMENS HOTEL Harry Jacobs, Cranito ments, PENNY'S DRUG STORE, jg ff ByBBBBBBBBBBBEBER 0h Burgin. Kentucky. court-hom- fe (( 2 s r m tn W or fc is- o o NEW MUSIC Shusjars' O 3a 3 as - a ol Tanner's The "white-washing- ." Dinwiddie & Co., Huston ville, Ky.! When You Have ....,..... .i fi Undertakers and Embalmers. We ry an tJUUUI, J W's li. B. Northcott. J J 1 iyy . SW:)!(W'fc5wwv,. . .- - ..ttw.srisu .iyJ wtrtfcrf.inMaiisl. i, " '-i- ' ' .1; i II - 5 SEE THE SJ?i ;; AT OUR STORE. SEVERANCE Miss Sara Curtis was hero from Hustonville yesterday. Is Miss Katie Cars, of llrodhead, with Mrs. L. II. Hilton. BrANroiM), Ky., M.n. 8, 1010 Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Hughes visited I her homefolks at Mt. Vernon. Mr. W. A. Hatcher spent several Nkedles, Hobhlns nnd Shuttles for nil sowing machines nt Penny's Drug days with relatives in Hardin county. u Store. Mrs. F. Krueger, of Mt. Vernon, spent Sunday with her husband here. PERSONALS. Dr. J. W. Acton and Mr. M. Green Welch Rochester Is in MUdlei-bor- Murphy wcro hero from KingB Moun- 6c SON, STANEORD KY. Frank 2t $1 The Interior Journal. - For Sale. 200 locust posts, Shoemakor, Stanford, No. 2. Wanted For Sale. enrt. A second-hande- d Fraz-ur- o W. II. Higgins. L. R. Hughes T. W. Humlilo W. O. .Martin Somo nice, fresh butter nt tho Country Storo 30c per pound. TllOROUGllHHED Black Minorca eggs, per setting. Mrs. W. H. Wearcn. u. tain yesterday. Mrs. L. li. Hilton visited her par-cnat Urodhcad. Mr. G. L. Penny spent several days in Frankfort on business. Mrs. A. C. Hill will go to Somerset today to visit her parents. Mess lis. It. C. Arnold and II. G, Lute wcro in Richmond Friday. Messdames L. U. Cook and T. D. Itancy havo both been quite sick. Mtsa Elizabeth Higgins was sick for several days but is out again. U Jesse Holtzclaw is down from Cor-bi- n to see his father, Mr. Alex Holtzclaw, who is very ill. Mrs. W. D. Penny and Misses Cornio and Cooper Penny, of Danville, were guest of Misses Marie and Virginia tj i Severance. Turncrsville. Mr. J. T. Emdky, doorkeeper of the Wanted Somo country mat hams, House, spent Saturday and Sunday with sides, shoulders, jowls, etc., at tho his family hero. Mrs. J. R. Mount, of tancaster. Country Storo. am " visited the family of her brother, Mr. Mr. A. A. SunnEit, of Junction City, II. J. McRobcrts. was painfully hurt by a rick of sacked Miss Susan Fisher Woods has oats falling on him. from a protracted visit to her Another car of cotton seed meal at sister at Millersburg. Mil. J. W. GUVNN, wifo nnd children, J. II. Haughman & Co.'s. Wo handlo of Paint Lick, were guests of the fami- only tho 41 per cent, goods; tho best. ly of Mr. W. S. Fish. Heauth'UL line of spring nnd sumMy Thos. II. Shanks spent last mer suitings just received for your in week with his sister, Mrs. II. K. spection. Call in and see them. H. C. Iiournc, at Frankfort. Ophelia Lackey and James Rupley. Miss Dailey, of Crab Orchard, visited relaA. C. Hiatt, of Rockcastle, delivertives and friends here. ed to W. P. Kincaid 4,600 pounds of toMr. E. 11. Stover, of Mcxia, Texas, bacco at 14c. Mr. II. paid this office a spent Saturday and Sunday at the substantial call. . home of Mr. Geo. D. Hopper. Wallace Cover has bought of Wm. Mr. J. Thomas Cherry and hand' I so mo wife, of Urodhcad, spent' Sunday Monks a portion of tho Hunley Single" with the family of Mr. J. Harry Hil- ton farm just beyond Crab Orchard. The purchaso includes tho residenrc. ton. Misses Sadie Oaughuan and Jossie TllOSK indebted to the estate of Dr. Powell, of Hustonville, were guests of L. Ii. Cook must settle at once or I will Mrs. W. H. Murphy and other relatives bo compelled to collect the accounts by here. law. Mrs. L. 0. Cook, admx. L. B. News comes from Casey that n fine Cook. boy has arrived at tho home of Mr. Dr. J. G. Carpenter sold for Dr. and Mrs. Jason Lawhorn, of Yosem-mltSteele Kailey, of Tintic, Utah, a farm Mr. J. II. Kaughman and wife have of 165 acres between McKinney and returned from a delightful stay in At- Hustonville, to J. N. Cash and II. C. lanta, Columbus and other Georgia Baughman. Price private. a cities. Hustonville Graded School honor G. Carpenter, Jr., and her roll for February: Anna Floyd, Paul Mrs. J. two bright little boys, of the East End, Willis, Mamie North, Laura Sandidge, wcro with her sister, Miss Kit Huff- Harry McKinney. Miss North's name man, several days. was unintentionally omitted from the Judge J. W. Alcorn, of Stanford, honor roll of Jannary. was attending court hero this week. Mr. Sam Robinson's already pretty Judge Alcorn is looking younger and apparently enjoying better health than store is to be fitted up with new shelv ing and other improvements nro to be for many years past. London Echo. Miss Lyi.es Cooper nnd brother, made. Ho has just installed soma clothes racks which showofl his James Cooper, very delightfully enter- taincd some 40 or CO of their young splendid lino of Spring and Summer Jfrlends Friday cvenfng. Games wero suitings excellently. ' indulged In ond at tho proper hour a Pulaski county has for salo a good, s delightful lunch was served. old fashion platform and rope, used Geo. 0. Saufley, of Stanford, who many years ago for hanging. Having has been seriously ill of typhoid fever, no further uso for it, will sell at a bar is reported as improving slowly. He is gain if taken at once. Somerset Joura son of Judge M. C. Saufley and a nal. Better keep the thing and hung ' brother-in-laof Rev. S. M. Logan, of s you have some of tho many Wllmore. He is a fine young .man, a in your county. elogood lawyer and one of tho most . quent orators In this section. JessaOur old friend, Mr. Thomas A. Brad mine Journal. ley, of Boylo, paid us an enjoyable call Mr. Thomas D. Newland, Jr., who Tuesday, Ho camo up to deliver his has been with the Wolsh, & Wiseman crop of somo 16,000 pounds of tobacco Co. for years, has resigned his position to Mr. W. P. Kincaid, for which he re and will shortly go to Stanford to take ceived lGc the round. Mr. Bradley is charge of his father's store. Mr. New-lan- d one of Boylo county's best farmers and has made many friends during his most excellent citizens. rosidenco in Danville, who will regret Fire. John S. Baughman's big wareto learn of his intended removal. He house on the railroad, back of tho mill, Is one of tho most competent young business men In town and the Advocato burned about 10 o'clock Friday night. bespeaks success for him in Stanford. Tho building, which cost about $1,200, and which was not insured, was entire Advocate. Mkh. SliELTON M. SAUrxnvnndllttlo ly destroyed, notwithstanding the galson, Master Shelton M. Saufley, Jr., lant fight the fire laddies made. Somo Uft yesterday for Stanford, whoro they 2,000 pounds of tobacco bought by Mr. will be joined later by Mr, Saufley, W. P. Kincaid and considerable hemp who will edit tho Stanford Interior purchased for Spears & Son by Mr. K, 16 JOURNAL. Mr. and Mrs. Suufloy have P. Woods went up in the flames. been in Frankfort for tho past five hogsheads of tobacco had been moved years and have been so popular and out of the warehouso the afternoon be fore and only a ' made so many friends that they are al bushels of wheatfew days previous 4,000 were taken from tho most accounted Frunkforters, and their Frank- - building. The origin of the fire is not olrnr la everywhere regretted. knows. ort Journal. ed Mahony. Mrs, E. J. Urown attended tho burial of her sister, Mrs. Oscar Reynolds, at MareUburg Saturday. Sho was a widow and is survived by a number of children. Risslo Mrs. Cleo Editor Green Clay Walker, of Williams, of Brown and Miss passed Mt. Vernon, the Central Record, was hero Satur- through Friday returning from a proday. tracted stay in tho South, including a Claude Uidii attended the burial of few weeks in New Orleans. hit aunt, Mis Florence Bibb, at Nash-- ' LOCALS. villa. Dr. Heath, of Richmond, is the Pure Plymouth Rock eggs, 1 for guest of his daughter, Mrs. A. II. setting of 15. Mrs. A. R. Nunnclley, Whlto Leghorn eggs for The young folks had a big time at snle. Miss Ltzziu Davison, Stanford. tho rink Saturday night. A good crowd was present. New linn of wnll paper nnd picture moulding just in. J. L. Bcazley & Co. Those indebted to the firm of Trib-bi- e & Pence are requested to settle The Lancaster Record pays their accounts at once. Tho firm has C. A. Arnold n handsome and dissolved and their nffairs must be compliment on hU retirement as straightened up. W. A. Tribble. ahcrilT of Garrard. From tho beautiful Shenandoah ValWk havo farms in Hardin county in ley, The Harrisonburg Times says: "It trncts to 900 acres, and prices Is safe to say that a moro thoroughly from $300 to $11,000. Theso lands pro delighted audience has nover been presduro fino Hurley tobacco. Stanford ent at Assembly Hall than the large Real Estnto Co. crowd that witnessed Mrs. Reid's o The Ladles' Aid Society of tho Chrisentertainment last evening. The tian church will meet with Mrs. W. M. program was truly artistic and one that Bright this, Tuesday afternoon, at 2 was attuned to suit tho taste of the o'clock. Each member is requested to most aesthetic and exacting critic, at bring her thimble, ncedlo nnd thread, the same time, the humorous element as somo sewing is to bo done A good was so keenly nnd adroitly interwoven book has been selected and a person that even the most commonplaco obwho knows how, will read itto the ladies server had ample opportunity to laugh while they work. and enjoy the program." Tho same program will be given at Walton's F. G. Hurt has purchased from Dr. Opera House next Friday evening by B. F. Walter nnd Mr. G. A.'Walter, of 75 of our young people. You can't afLincoln, an interest in their great chill ford to miss it. cure pill. Tho new firm will incorporate under the nnme of The Walter Announcement of the death of Miss Bros. & Hurt Medicine Co., with a cap- Florence Bibb, which occurred nt the ital stock of $25,000. Dr. Walter 'will homo of her sister, Mrs. A. E. Godwin, bo president of the corporation and Mr. will occasion widespread regret to a largo circle of devoted friends. For Hurt will be secretary and treasurer. Lancaster Record. several weeks Miss Bibb's health had not been good, but not until a few Elixir Springs. Mine host, Frank days before the end did her family and M. Sims, has changed the name of his physicians despair of her recovery. She health resort from New was the daughter of Mrs. Richard Bibb Olympian Springs to Elixir Springs, in and wns born in Stanford, Ky., where order that mail for his patrons and that she spent much of her girlhood nnd for tho patrons of Olympian Springs, young womanhood, until a few years in Bath county, may not bo sent to tho ngo, when she came to Nashville and wrong place. He was here last week united herself with the First Presbyteand left a big order for advertising for rian church. From n long lino of Southhis grcnt resort. ern nnccstry this young woman had in-Through an oversight we failed to herited beautiful traits of character. mention last issue the excellent enter- In disposition she was gentle, unselfish tainment given by Mrs. A. D. Rcid, as- nnd lovable, combining the practical sisted by Mrs. Hubble and tho young and artistic qualities in an exceptionalfolks of Somerset on Monday night of ly attractive type. She boro her suflast week. Every number was well ferings with that spirit of resignation rendered and to givo each ono who de- nnd fortitude that was characteristic of served it special mention would take too her. In the death of this young lady much space. The large nudience enjoy- her kindred nnd friends feel something ed much the evening entertainment and moro than bereavement. Sho is survived by her mother and two sisters-M- rs. gnvo hearty applauso to each succeedGodwin and Mrs. Ben Rnnsom, ing number. Somerset Republican. both of this city. Nashville Banner. m Pure strain Silks For Spring & Summer, Wo nrc showing n beautiful line of Pongees nnd Slinn- tungs in all the new weaves nnd colors. Also tho Fore-lard- s nnd Tussnhs in the fancy figured and colore. Also the diagonals in the two toned cfTect of which nil aretvcry strong this season. Wo have nlso selected somo of the prettirtt trimmings in tho market to Vjc used with our silks iu the gilt nnd silver hands and all overs. i ' o Del-sart- HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods. Notions, Shoes, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. well-know- Spring Suits but neat conservative styles for the best we dressers. have a large stock 1 ! health-producin- g We are showing the accepted patterns for this seasons wear, no racehorse colors or prize fight designs m mm To eclcct from. Boj'b Youth's and Meu's all perfectly tailored. .i s Take No Chances. Thcro wero 12 "Legal Reserve" Companies organized in tho South nlonc, in 1909. Thero are 22 companies in the South now in pro cess of organization, each claiming to be able ultimately to absorb the other. Some of them will fail. If you have money to invest in insurance, place it with tho "Old Reliable" Mutual Benefit, nearly three quarters of a century old, and ono that will bo horo when many of these new companies aro only a memory. Writo for sample policy to R. M. Newland, agt., Stanford, Ky. Warren Dennis' big livery stable at Georgetown was destroyed by fire. Seven horses burned. Loss $10,000. W. NOTICEI Those having claims itKidnat thvrstutu ol Sin. Hullo ltlci'.ilectotfil. will prrtunttbom jiroperly proven to me nt once. Those owing ihnettnte are notified to fettle with me (1KO. immediately. II. 1'ltUITT. Administrator Mm. Uelle Itlce. PERKINS, : , Crab Orchard, Ky. PUBLIC SALE ! Tinrjing, Plumbing, Heating. )iot anil cold water through jcter Saufley. After an illness of Borne seven weeks, Mr. George B. Saufley's soul took its flight to mansions above ut 10 o'clock yesterday morning. That dread disease, typhoid fover. caused his demiso. Ho was tho third son of Judge and Mrs. M. C Suulley, was 23 years old only a few days since and was one of the most gifted and nccomplished younif men in Kentucky. As a lawyer he had few equals in the State and as a gentleman no superiors. His death has cast a gloom over this entire communi ty and every heart in it goes out to those whose cup of sorrow Is filled to overflowing. A more extended notice of Mr. Saufley's hfo will appear next Issue. No arrangements for the burial have yet been made. Having decided to go to Texas on account of my health 1 will on IS. 1910. TUKHDAY.MAIWII nt the Monroe Curtis place t miles from Htnnfordon the Danville pike tell to the Don't let 1910 pass without having highest bidder my entire lot of household goods, three good work mares and n good work mule, some plows an' plow gear, one house with a beautiful whito good milk cow and one heller, about S3 chickens, a lot of garden seed, one spring wagon and ono tiuckboard. rerun rash. M.K. HUlirilY. man-killer- d plow, two double shovels, ball doien hot's, one harrow. Molasses evaporator about 16 barrels corn, carpet loom, cross cut saw, wugon nnd buggy harness, an or gan suwiug maouiiie, luur uru timui, vuv col. one bureau, one, baby carriage, one rocking chair, three stand tables, n clock, s two stoves, two sales, bull tlou-- chulrs.uth-e- r things too tedious to mention. O. W.JCDWAIIDH. L. R. HUG II EH.tt- - AT VT. L. M'CARTr.r'rcs. E. O. WALTON, William Emeneger, foreman of the J. I. Chandler, AiKt. work on tho new courthouse in Stanford, lost his balance while examining tho topmost part of tho cupola on tho building and fell into the cellar below.. ooto His life was saved by tho fact that tho Carbon's ltcstnurnnt Lancaster, Htreet, cellar was full of water and prevented niaitiuiut his body from striking a solid surface. Mifhl served at all hours up to 11:30 . u. Is a mystery how ho escaped tho It scaffolding and timbers in the building. liest place lu town lor n cod quick Had his body in Its downward course meal. varied six Inches from tho courso it took ho would havo been Instantly kill- Cooking to suit our customers our speclulty, Farms and Town Proporty Handled oii Commission; Stocks ami TJomW ed. Danvillo dispatch to the Cincinna Hpleudld new line ol luncy Sold. II you Havo Property to Sell or Rent Notify Us. Groceries. ti Enquirer. Those of our readers who Writo for Circular to saw our account of tho full of some 20 t or 25 feet Jjie young man had will real Hot Coffee, Sandwiches, pies, Duller milk. and sweet milk, etc., at all timet. ize what a big one the Danville corre spondent told. And it Is not the first A. one either, Havo W. K. WARNER to install your country water woiks m'tih reasonable prices and guarantee. Htauford 'and Orah Orchard pike TIIUIWDAY. MARCH, 10, 1910. We nlso carry iu stock FORCE AND CISTERN TUMI'S; Rooiing o4 One work horse, one combined horse as good us ;u the country, three cows, two Roofing Paints. yearlings calves one black berkshlre gilt, one two horse wagon, one surrey, one Dug' Telephone, 188. Call and see us. V. one llrown cultivator, one Oliver cnill' 1 Public Sale! Porcelain Bath Outfit. W. K. WARNER. 1 H miles West ol I'rob Orchard on the Stanford, Hy. When Hungry ., Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford, Kantuclty, . K. CARSON, Prp. L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, K frf Wjr" r h in ,' 4 f- - I FARMER'S DEPARTMEHT. acres 'of corn To Rent.' Twenty-fiv- o ground. Joa. Bftllou. Jtnttrfttnlh Potl Ofietat Stanford at Fort Sale. 100 young ewes, J. II. The Interior Journal. matter. ttttnA'Cli L5N, TITCETHBLE No.fl,Hootn,ltiMr. m. No,S3,'Hoiith,ltf:IS A M. No. 4, North, 4tWA. M. No. H, North, BH r. M. No.I7.10iW a.m. JOS. S. R!CE,:Agont. H I. MASON'S MEET. TJncolll UxIgeNo.SO F.A A.M.jMtnMt jn aLtwi communlcntlon on wh first T:.W tklrd Koixlnr nluhti of ench month. ntHlnll- mvinrk in ilirlr linll on mnln ttrocflt, tori, Ky. Mcniln-- r of lt?r Iwlgea nro frn- - It MKtn. fllr invltwioiioiircsent. lOi i, n. ren Spring& Summer Stock. &.T jour men.uro'tnkon by n tnllor of low Then your clothe., whether mrtcn baalm-n- . ult or the flneit evening will hnve ilbe,plainly thnt IndlvMunlttjr and fit indicate they were made to ahlch nif.nuro. I will nlio tnke your mens tor extra trouaera, fnncy veat, top on owtts and ovrrconL. Knll nnd Winter rapltson hnnd rendy for your Inspection. it. 0. UUl'tiKY, The TMlor, ja r HUnforU, Ky. ! IK H! Fruit and Ornamental Trees rrttrythlim for Orehnnl. One Million Htrnwborry ! I Hrw Catalogue.. No Agents. nnd Ijn pliinH. (Inn'S-i- . H. F. Hillenmey er & Sons, T.HXINdTON Kr.NTOOKT. CUT FLOWERS 'FOR SALE! 1 tin furnlili the public with tho beat, na Tr.ll the frailest of cut flower., plant, nf all kinds, bulbs, potted lion era, on .liort Alto acllt. funernlmnke n .peclaltyot wreath. purpoie.. lor for In connection with the nbore, I hnve nil klidr.of Tcgi'tuliles on hnnd nt renaonable rte,0HUI8TMAN'(lUKKNH0UHKH. Kll IlUUIIAKI), l'HOH. Htnnford, Ky. SnturtsTobacco and Tobacco Barns. Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Min, STANFORD, KY. Residence I'll one 88: Office, K. Insure with me and be fully protected. CONCRETING Wre as mtuni, suchwacnn lock 11 .tninci. kind, of con Work, I'aTements make any ininz irome down to n fence post. We can serve a promptly and guarantee c ana maiorini, uau ana gei our pricoa tyou Duy your material mieaai. In nosltlon to do nil flrst-clas- PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. Fish & Pennington, Insurance and Real Estate. All kinds of INSURANCE on all kinds of property. Only the largrepresented. est companies Kates as low va can be had anywhere. Stanford, Ky.. Phone 200. J.L.Beazley&Co., Undertakers audJjErabalrr-oAlso Dealers in Furniture, Mattings, Ruga. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. PricesJ Right. r. STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McCIary, iLSj r Same, sec. 7, from Kings Moun"Ilyomcl has done a wonderful thing for me. For two years I was so hoarso tain piko to Gcoigo Gaines 12 rods that I spoke In a whisper; now I am as gravel . well as ever. Thanks to Ilyomcl." Same, sec. 8, from Geo. Gaines' to Mrs. James Sponccr, Watervleit, N. Y. Geo. W. Clifl's, 2fi rods gravel. Newell, Yoscmltc, Ky. G. L. Penny guarantees Ilyomcl to cure Same sec. 0, from Geo, V. Clifl's Hogs For Sale. Have 22 head, all catarrh or any throat trouble. Com to unynesbiirg (1 rods gravel. kinds. Robt. C. Watkins, Maywood, plete outfit $1; extra bottles 50c. Stanford it Hustonvillo piko sec. 1 2t Ky. For Sale. 20 lone yearling and 20 Col. Thomas W. Bullitt died at a hos from Staufonl to Cash's store 30 rods short yearling steers. M.J. Hodman, pital In Baltlmoro of apoplexy, with (tone. which ho was stricken on a street car 4t Morcland, Ky. Same, see. 2, from Cash's store to Hanging Fork creek, 30 rods stone. J. B. Sartaln sold to E. C. Taylor a some 10 days ago. family horao and bought of J. V. Brown Same, sec. 3, from Hanging Fork a maro for $165. creek to Hustonvillc, 40 rods gravel Sixty bushels of German millet seed nud 10 rods stone. at $1 25 per bushel for sale. F. Schnltz- Hustonvillo it Coffey's mill pike, ler, Ottenheim, Ky. sec. 1 from Hustonvillo to Win CarT. M. Green won again at Jacksonson's, 20 rodi stone. TO ville, Fla., Tuesday. Ho has started in six races and won Ave. Same, sec. 2, from Win Corson's to Wanted. About 23 bushels of cow Mt. fcalciii, 40 rods stone, JTST RECEIVED. peas, last year's seed. Address Henry Hustonvillo it Ilrndfonlsvillo pike, St. Riddcr, Crab Orchard, Ky. Letting MONDAY. APRIL," 4th whole nmd, 20 roils gravel. of FamFor Sale. 75 to 100 bushels of or1010, grass seed. Extra good. $1.50 chard Hustonvillo it Danville niko sec. 1 per bushel. B. B. King, Morcland. Notico is hereby given that I, as from Hustonvillo to Black pike GO George B. Robinson, of Boyle, sold ot turnpike roads for Lin- rods stone. to the Bledsoe County, Tenn., Jack Co. supervisor Ky., will until 10 o'clock BEST MADE FORJiOc. coln county, Same, sec. 2, from Black pike to a black' jack by Prince the Third, for A. m., Monday April 4, 1910 receive Boyle Co. line 20 rods stouo it 10 Sec Our Window. $1,000. eenlcd bids for stone nml gravel con- roils gravel. old mules. For Sale. 25 three-yea- r tracts on tho various sections of turnHustonvillo it Carpenter's creek All broken and in good working order. pikes in paid Lincoln county, Ky. pikn. wliolo road, SO rods gravel. Call on or phone Logan Hubble, Lan All bids for furnishing, hauling, Hustonvillo it McKinney pike, caster R. F. D. No. 1. At George Pugh's sale in Scott coun breaking mid spreading stono nud whole road, 5 roils gravel. ty corn sold at $3.25 per barrel, hay gravel must bo sealed and filed with McKinney it Culler's mill piko sec. mo on or before 10 o'clock a. m., $13 to $U per ton. horses $100 to $163, 1, from canning factory to old toll Monday, April 4 1010, at Stanford, milk cows $27 to $G2 GO, hogs weighing rmls gravel. will bo received after house, 100 pounds sold at $11, 14 boars at $13. Ky., and no bids Same, sec. 2, from toll house to old A One Hundred and Fifty Acre that time. Contracts will be let to Lair place, 25 rods stone. farm on good pike. Has two houses. tho lowest and best bidders, and con Same, sec. 3, from old Lair place In 2J miles of railway station. Land tractors will bo required to give bond with surety, to be approval by me, to .Mt. baletu, 60 rods stone. produces good tobacco. Look at it and Same, sec. 4, from Mt. Sulem to you will buy it. rri.ee only $z,bw. for the faithful performance of their contracts nml for all penalties nud Casey county line, GO rods stone. Estate Co. Stanford Real McKinney it Turnersvillo pike, I. Shelby Tcvis, of the Shelby City damages for failure to so perform section of this county, bought at the their contracts within tho tinia and whole road, 35 rmls gravel. Monsee3 sale at Smlthton, Mo., the uuder tho conditions hcicinaftcr menMcKinney it South Fork pike, sec. great jennet, Lady of Limestone, for tioned. 1, from Green River to the canning Staufonl it Danvillo pike sec. 1 factory, 25 roils gravel. $1,375, the highest price ever paid for from Stanford to Mrs. Mattio White's, a jennet at a public sale. Same, sec. 2, from canning factory A big crowd attended II. D. Stiles' 30 rods stone. to G. T. Ashlock's hotel in McKinnoy, sale in Boyle. Timothy hay brought Same, sec. 2 from Mrs. Mattic 10 roils stouo nnd 5 rods gravel. $13.50 to $15.50 per ton, 40 ewes with White's gate to Boyle county line Same, sec. 3, from G. T. Ashlock's lambs thrown in, $6.20, milk cows $38 30 rods stone. Hotel to Hustonvillo it Stanford pike to $59, heifer calves $16 to $20.25. Stnnford it Rush Branch pike sec 1 at J. S. Murphy's, 25 rods stone nnd brood sows $17 to $22, 85 shoata at $7, from Stanford it Lancaster pike to gravel. 35 short yearling mule colts $94, eight Rush Branch, 25 rods stone. Turnersville it McC'orniack church brood mares $102 to $225, corn 68c per Same, sec. 2, from Rush Branch to iiike, see. 1, from Turnersville to Of Garden Seed in hulk and in bushel. Hubble, 20 rods Monc. Sam Helm's. 10 rods gravel. tmckages, Seek oats, clover timothy Bargain. 257 acre farm about Staufonl it Kncb Lick pike sec. 1 bluo grasH, orchard grass, red top, five miles from town, on good pike, I Same, sec. 2, from Sam Helm's to seed Irish potatoes, onion sets, etc. mile from school, church and store, from Stanford it Hustonvillo pike to Sam Bishops, 10 rods gravel. 100 acres fine tobacco land. Nine room Hanging Fork creek 10 rods gravel. Same, sec. 3, from Sam Bishop's to Same sec. from Hanging Fork creek Knob Lick pike, 5 roils gravel. crib, shed brick residence, Fencing to Danvilloit Hust&uville pike, 20 granary, silo, barns, etc. Danville it laucaster pike, whole good and place well watered. Nine rods gravel. road, I.) roils stone. never-failin- g springs, cement troughs, Stautord it Milledgcrille pike sec 1 Lincoln it Boyle pike, whole road, etc. In a splendid neighborhood. Stan- from Stanford it Hustonvillc pike to 0 rods stone. ford Real Estate Co. McCorniack's church, 20 roils gravel Kingsvillo it Pleasant Point pike, Same, sec. 2, from McCorniack's IN MEMORIAM. sec. 1, from Staufonl it Waynesburg church to Milledgcvillc, 20 rods gravel. pike to Ciuey county, county road, In memory of Mr. Chas. Scott, whose Stanford it Preachcrsville pike sec. spirit took its flight Feb. 16, 1910, of a 1, from Stanford it Ccub Orclmrd 20 rods gravel. Same, sec. 2, from Casey county complication of troubles, aged 73. piko to Wilkerson's Branch, 20 rods Thou art gone and we shall miss thee. stone. county road to Kingsvillo, 20 rods We shall miss, father, dear, Same, sec. 2, from Wilkerson's gravel. When the lamps at eve are lighted Crab Orchanl it Lancaster pike, Branch to Crab Orchard it Lancaster And we all are gathered here. . sec. 1 , from Crab Orchard to U. pike 20 rods stone. In the dear old family room, Orchard pike, sec. Evnns' farm, 40 roils gravel or stone Stanford it Crab Where so oft with the we've met; Same, sec. 2, from G. W. Evans' 1 from Stanford to Baughmau's gate, Thou art gone and we shall miss thee, farm to Garrard county line, 25 rods 20 rods stone. But we will not thee forget. Same, sec. 2, from Baughmau's gravel. To Get our prices ou- We shall miss thee when the morning Crab Orchanl it Chappcll Gap pike gate to Bywuters gate 15 roils stone Sheds on us its beauty fair, whole road, 40 roils stono or gravel Same, sec. 3, from Bywaters' gato And the busy day is calling Carpenter's it Morcland Station to Crab Orchanl, 40 roils stone. Us again to toil and care. pike, wliolo road, 25 roils gravel. We shall miss thee when at noonday Stanford it Otteuhcim piko sec. 1 A roil of stone or gravel shall con We have all sat down to eat from Stanford it Waynesburg pike sist of 225 cubic feet. We shall miss thee or thy dear voice to J. G. Lynn's, 15 rods stone or Hand broken stouo nnd gravel Never more our ears to greet. gravel must be on margin of road or section We shall miss thy coming foatsteps Same, sec. 2, from J. G. Lynn's to by Sept. 15, 1010. All gravel must We Have the PRICE and the goods. When the evening shades draw nigh Boone s shop, 10 rods'stone. All be spread iieforo Oct. 15, 1010. And the golden sun Is setting Same, sec. 3, from Boone's pIioji metal is to be measured by the super In the bright lit western sky. visor, who may designate when and to Ottenheim, 20 rods gravel. gather We shall miss thee when we whero it is to be spread. All Crush . 1 Stanford it Dix River pike k-c'Round the fire so warm and bright ed stone must he spread not later from Staufonl it Crab Orchard pike And its cheerful blaze gives comfort than .Ian. 1, 1011. to ilayileu b witch 1U rods gravel. On a cold and chilling night. All stono furnished must bo good, Same, sec. 2 from Ilaydeu Switch sound, hard limestone or quartz nud But we know that thou art resting, to Naylors' lane, 20 rods stone. Free from suffering, toil and care, broken into pieces not to exceed two J. T. WHITE, Sec'y. W. 8. FISH, Trcas. And again we hope to meet thee Same, sec. 3, from Naylors' lane to inches in diameter. The gravel must R. 11. MAHONEV, Pres. In that land so bright and fair; uurraru Co. lino, 2U rods gravel. bo clean and flinty anil thnt furnished When our life on earth Is ended Stanford it Lancaster piko bee. 1 on McKinney it Coffey's Mill piko And we all have one by one from Stanford to Logan's lano 25 must be from Urecn luver. Passed through death's dark, unknown rods stone. The court or its representative may portal Same, sec. 2 from Logan's lano to reject any material not of proper sue To that happy, heavenly home. (jurrard Co. line 20 rods gravel. or quality. Jiulilers mutt say wlietn One Who Loved Him. Stanford it Waynesburg pike, sec. er stone will be broken by hand or 1 from Stanford A Man of Iron Nerve. to Ottenheim pike, caushcil. Indomitable will and tremendous ener- 25 rods stone. The supervisor reserves the right to gy are never founi where Stomach, Same sec. 2, from Ottenheim pikv reject any ami all bids. Blank forms Farms, houocs and lots 'or rent, sale or exchange, Persons desiring quick Liver, Kidneys and Uownls are out of to Maywood Co. road at foot of on which bids may he made, can ho sales or purchases in realty of all kinds. Call on or order. If you want these qualities and Knob, 25 rods stone. obtained from the county clerk. tho success they bring, use Dr. King's Same, sec. 3 from Maywood write us nt STANFORD, KY. Co. Copies of bonds may lw obtained at Now Life Pills, tho matchless regula- road to Curler's Store, 10 rods stone. tho County Clerk's oflice. tors, for keen bruin uud strong body. Lincoln county owns a rock crushSatuo. sec. 4, from Carter's store to 25c nt Penny's Drug Store. 15 rods stone er und contractors will bo permitted Hutchison's school-housfarm about seven miles from Same, sec. 5, from Hutchison')) to use it at $1 per roil. Land all cleared and In good school-hous- e Stanford. to Butt's store, 15 roils K. cottage, stone. state of cultivation; barn, double crib, etc. Right on pike, Supervisor Turnpike Roads for LinSame, sec. G, from Butt's store to close to good school house and church Kings Mountain pike, nothing. coln County. Well watered and in good community. and fenced. Price $2,000. Stanford Real Estate Co. I ...NOTICE... Contractors, "SHIRTS" "See That Famous" Our Spring Line ous Shirts, SAM ROBINSON. mm FRESH ST0CH 0 240-barr- W. H. HIGG1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. Don't Fail Tobacco Canvass L. L. Crab, Orchard, Ky., SANDERS! The Citizens Realty and Title Co, v (I. Promptness and Reasonable Commissions Our Specialty. 'Phone 200. The Wintry six-roo- S. DUDDERAR, Blasts tUndertaker-MEmbalmo- and iPMleKln.Harness, Saddlery, STANFORD, WtH'.rtone, 1ST. KY- 'One more question, dear." "Anrral fnna 1 nm llatAntncr " ... ..Hw.....n. ..tv. v, "Will you love me when I'm old?" "Well. I'll tell vou. This is a tirac- tical age. I'll see that you get ade quate anmony, Americans are the greatest neanut eaters In the world they would be even if there were no circuses. In 1907 and 1903 Japan exported 17,000,000 pounds of peanuts and the United Stated look nearly all or. tuem. U. Uomt'rtion May Come MR. FARMER: Make your homo us modern for your family as a city residence, ami placo yourself in a position to got tho latest market quotations ut any time. This cau bo accomplished by means of our telephouo servico, Aud tho Ruin and Rnow Fall, but which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with your stock will keep warm in tho benefits received. Call or uddrcsa oii,r nearest oflico or wrlto direct to Nunncllcy's New Stock Yards asdHCC!'vliiiHBiSifif headquarters, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Farmers' Lino" rate. If you aro not at jireecut enjoying telephono sorvico, we Plenty of Covered Pens and Feed can immediately interest you. Our liuea cover the States of Kentucky, Tennessee. Mississippi. Louisiana and the Southern iwrtiou of ludiaua aud and Water, Best market iu the State. Hi bring thctu oa. Court Dif Illinois. EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. Second Monday. I. M. Bbuck , Assistant, (INOUUfOHATKD) RURAL TELEPHONES. .M.w'..wiu.tvJeW'8.MiC'iS'.'vt 1 i. '" !.,, - -. . . M-1- -- " .xUifab"l'''-mi- i