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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t r 617 t + at YI 1y191 as + rdM 5 h x c r + o j THE INTERIOF JOURNAL J JJYOLo XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 11 1010 M K4n I MU UKOHHH It SAUILIIY Who warn Cut Dawn In lirilUmit Young Mnulioml IT will be months before the people of this section recover from the shock occasioned by the death of Mr George B Saufley mention of which was mad in our Tuesdays IMUO ills brilliancy his success In his every undertaking 4 his companionable disposition all drew people to him and their admiration for him was great He was one of those big brained broad minded scholarly young men who impressed those who camo in contact with him as did Saul of Tarsus of old Ho was ripe In wis dour though young in years and had ho lived tq maturer manhood we believe he would have reached tho topmost ruog of tho ladder of fame As a lawyer Mr Saufley was at the head of his profession A fine Interrogator able in argument and a thorough fundamental pearIgreatly sought and his practice wasI probably as lucrative as that of any IKonr izen ho was among tho beet HIs tak- eling away is a blow not only to the aged father and mother brothers and sisters who almost Idolized him but to tho people of his town his county and his State as well Mr Saufley was born In Stanford on March 2nd 1882 and con + sequcntly became 23 years old a few Co days beforo his demise lie finished the public school course hero and then attended Centre College After a brief period in that institution of learn I ing fn which he at onco carried off the honors of his classes hieyes began to taU him and ho was compelled to leave in his sophomore year Ho sought the services of a Knoxville ecu list and was under his treatment In that city some three months He was ad wised to rest a year which he did after which ho began the study of law under Hill McRobcrts He was ad mitted to the bar in 1902 before Judge IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Clark Harbison bought Harry Win gates 200 acre farm near Perry vlllo for 8000 s f Allen and Alvoy Ellis of Casey en gaged in a shooting boa over a ham and both were wounded 4 William Lyons charged with killing Jesse Clarke another Negro in Lex ington was arrested in Danville 0 John Sanders a prominent Mercer county farmer was struck by a train on the Southern railway Saturday night and probably fatally Injured The mangled body of a miner named Wilson was found near the railroad track at Arteirfna Knox county where he had been run over by a freight trainWhile splitting kindling at Oerca Mrs Ate Hudglna aged 24 years dropped dead She was apparently in the beet of health Two small children and a husband survive The store of R F Darnett near the depot was entered Friday night by burglars A door was broken dawn and t the safe was blown with a charge of nitro glycerine Between 250 end 300 in money was taken from the safe AdvocateThe called by the Somerset school board on the propoeittoaof Issu tag 17500 worth of to erect a school buildin was carried b1 aaavsrwhelroiagaaaiority in favor eat the boade The votehetasosd 2610 far- r vt the bewte to 35 agafaut t Z Morrow at Mt Vernon utter a IT examination by Attorneys C and W A Morrow tho latte- now dead lie opened an office here and the success that attended his of forts is well known to our people He was a business man In the strictest sense of the term and he had already laid the nuclein for a fortune In Jan pary last ho was elected president of the Stanford Water Light A Ice Co succeeding his father Judge M C Saufley The popularity of the young man was shown to some extent by tho Immense throng that attended the fun eral and burial Tuesday afternoon the services of which were conducted by Eld Joseph Ballou and Rev J J Dick ey Tho procession extended almost from tho home on Danville Avenue to Buffalo Cemetery and tho floral contri butions were tho most beautiful and elaborate ever seen here Thd lawyers the county officers his young gentle men friends each sent handsome tributes while his friends of almost every section added their tokens of love and respect for him who was cut down in hit very prime Great sympathy Is felt for those whoso hearts bleed because of their great loss and the writer joins the legion of friends of Judge Saufley and family in the prayer that the Giver of every good and perfect gift will comfort and sustain them until time that great atsuager shall cease their tears tallow Tho pall bearers were Messrs A M Warren Kindrick Alcorn T J Hill George D Florence E D Pennington and T H Shanks all warm friends and associates of the honorable dead The bars of Louisville Frankfort Lexington Uarrodsburg Danville Lan caster and tho local bar sent floral trib utes to his memory Ills father has received many letters from men of high standing in tho judiciary and legal pro fession speaking of his bright future and brilliant mind MATRIMONIAL Miller Denton and Miss Mattie Wright both of Junction City were married this week Mrs Armstcad Milner Feland an flounces the engagement of her daugh ter Nancy Adele to Mr John Ruth erford Watt of Greenfield Ohio The wedding will take place the latter part of April Bailey Grinstead son of former Mayor James F Griixtead of Louisville and Mm Mary Hpke Smith the daugh ter of A N Hoke a wellknown con tractor were married in JcfTersonville The groom is a first cousin of Mrs J W Ireland of this place Following his refusal to tell whether he had been married to Miss May Boler of Providence R I during his absence of three days Philander C Knox Jr son of the Secretary of State was expelled from the Morris Heights Tho young woman said they were married In Burlington Vt Tip Sparks and C J Sipple rivals in had a difficulty sometime ago In which blows were passed sued Sparks for 5000 damages and during tho past week the trial consumed several days result that SIRpie was given judgment of250 London Democrat G L Penny guarantees Miona Tablets to promptly relieve afterdinner distress and cure Indigestion or money btosk Urge Mi He t sVV NEWS NOTES Wesley Swaner aged 77 is dead at East Bernstadt Luther Noel 13 years old son of Crit Noel hung himself in his barn in Owen countyJake Schaefer the noted billiard player died in Denver Col of tuber culosis Nathan Skaggs once judge of Allen county and for years a Mammoth Cave guide is dead The Indiana Democratic State Con vention will be held at Indianapolis on April 27 and 28 Jockey WInkfield of Lexington has contracted to ride for an Austrian Count at 8000 per year All schools churches and other pub lie places are closed at Wicklifle on ac count of the smallpox Tho Court of Appeals adjudged un constitutional the act prohibiting the operation of barber shops on Sunday The Shubert theatrical interests con firmed tho report that they are to ex pend 6000000 in the erection of a chain of 12 theaters between St Paul and San Francisco Lloyd Cornwell aged 20 years shot and killed his stepfather J W Smith son aged 45 in Graves county Tho trouble grew out of Smithson whipping a sister of Cornwall Tho annual reunion of the United Confederate Veterans will take place at Mobile Ala April 2028 1910 Tick ets on sale April 23 to 25 return limit May 2 Faro 1295 4 Earl D Thomas Jr 30 years of age a son of Brig Gen Eearl D Thomas Commander of the Department of Col DenverfiredatdyinginstantiyWith whorgave name as Telfair and said he was manager of a dairy company of Philadelphia came to his senses in the Emergency Hospital In Washington Dr B C Hyde charged with murder and attempted murder in tho Swope case was released from the county jail I in Kansas City after furnishing bond in the sum of 100000 His trial on the Indictment charging murder of Col Swopo was set for April 11 After trimming the State Fair ape propriation bill down to 61000 the House all but finally killed the meas ure It was beaten but before the parliamentary clinch could be put on Acting Speaker Schoberth declared the House adjourned This gives the bill another chance Under sentence to the penitentiary torI life Beach Hargla convicted of the murder of his father Judge James liar gis the Breathitt county feudist was taken to tho Frankfort penitentiary Monday Already In the penitentiary and also serving a life sentence Is Cur tis Jett Hargis first cousin The new pressed brick administration building and dormitory at tho Pythian Widows and Orphans Home near Lexington erected at a cost of 20000 is completed and the building committee will meet March 21 to for mally inspect and accept the structure which will double the capacity of tho institutionPolitical leaders in New York united In the expression that thp passing of former Senator Thomas C Platt will be without influence on tho course of New York State politics His retire ment from politics In 1903 when his name was left oil the list of delegates to both national and State conventions was absolute and complete After a legal battle which has been dragged through State and Federal courts fortuity 20 years Mrs Eva A Ingersoll has received a certified check for 195551 93 representing a fee which she claimed was duo her husband the late Robert G Ingersoll for servi ces in breaking the will of Andrew J Davis aymillionaire miner of Montana The report of the special committee appointed a month ago to investigate the alleged statement of Senator Wat kips to tho effect that four Senators had sold out to the liquor Interests for 20000 was made Monday The re port says a thorough and careful in investigation showed there was no foun dation in fact for such a statement and that it was founded on mere idle rUe more Senator Watkins attached a statement to the report saying the com mittee had made a conscientious inves tigation and that he concurred in the report The report was adopted by the Senate It HIsLeg IIAll thought Id lose my leg writes J A Swenson of Watartown Wis Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure had at last laid me up Then BUcklens Arnida Salvo cured It sound and wolli Infallible for Skin Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Bolls Fever Bores Burns Sods Gifts and Piles 25cat PenaysDrug Store stir h+srAMti tA twtA tna+ ane aa Arrrsssoar 2 I 4srPaANtntaM etAttnarhMVQ +VVVfVVVVVVVVdV + iVVVtrVVVVVV l i llN Ell ItYEllSTEil r bCallsFor 4 I il lr y Suits Ii j HOur line full of Snappy Stylish all wool suitsVV rby the best tailors in Amsrica is open forjf 5your inspection We have taken extra care in seJ v r Selecting some If Nobby patterns especially in iiI ilreii 1Jq I thatjjI4A V clothes have and you will wonder why you have i not worn them sooner s H Cummins cYA Wearen I1 iSTANFORD KENTUCKY i nHg1E Hart Schaftner Marx Clothes Jl 214 OVVVViVVVVVdVVVVr eV AMlt aIA IA N 1tA1L1MRS1 12 i4 re rayP aaerasss rewvevtrrrrVrYdv aowVV Tony The Convict The play RlveQt Alcorns Opera House Friday evening Feb 25 by the Huitonville Graded School was it pop ular opinion be the judge quite a success Tho house was well filled with a most highly appreciative audience The music prepared by Miss Angle Car penter was well rendered and highly Interesting The High School students who gave the play deserve special men tion and praise Hellcna Warren was characterized by Margueritte McCor mack Margucrittes ease and pleasing address made her a favorite with the audience George arnette gave most creditably the role af Judge Van Cm ger Mrs Van Cruder by Isa Floyd was a most interesting character This part was performed with the dignity and grace of the original Ama Bar ker as Sally captivated her audience She played her part with naturalness and ease Miss Sedley the snappish old maid was played by Bettle Peavey house Bettle was tart sure enough She made your mouth water when she spoke on account of her vinegar temper Tony The Convict by James Hall was a manysided character yet James mastered the plot and peculiarly complicated parts so well that he brought his audience alternately to laughter and tears James Barkley the vllltan was played by Tom Back Too made up fine throughout this character and showed strong acting Rog er Hicks played Warden Burrows and his part was dignified and selfpossess ed This was rendered with credit to himself and It was received with ap plause by the audience Phmip War burton the suitor to Miss Hellena War ren was characterized by Charley Dunn Charley though young In years seems to have been therq before In every complex situation Charley was more than master Weary Wayside from wayback was played by John Hicks John had the house holding both Its aides mit laughter Thia part was very amusing John deserves great credit his rendition of his butpart Last not least camo Jackson our mister colored nigger play ed by Charley Myers Charles yes sho nut do know how to act de nig dont like hlschiatyWeysideto stand long on The Lash of A Fiend would have been about as welcome to A Cooper of Oswego N Y as amer cllcss lungracking cough that defied all remedies for years It was most troublesome at night be writes nothing helped ino till I used Dr Kings Now Discovery whlck cured me htIsore hemorrhage croup whooping cough or hayfover It relieves quickly and ever falls to satisfy A trial con laces 500 tl IVlal bottle free Its positively guaranteed l y Pagers Drub Stor f 1 Che Cincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 43000OO Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT WM BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J Wl ROCHESTER ASST CASH- H C CARPENTERBOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER CLER- KDIRfi0TORSr W CarterStarifordJohnkin TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preacheraville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 188- 2CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 21 6500fc jvComblnesrAbioIute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety D pojit Bxcs for Use ourJCujtomers We Solicit Your Arcount4 OFFICER I S Hocker President- S T Harris Vice President JH John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baugbman Asst Cashr W W Saunders bookkeeper t wtc DIRECTOR F Reid J H Baugfamaa M D Elmore J M Pettus7 H C Baugbman J F Cummins j S T Harris no C Robinson E C Walton J S Rocker W H Murphy R B MAHONEY Pres J T WHITE Secy W S FISH Trcas I The Citizens Realty and Title Co Farms houses and lots for rent sale or exchange Persons desiring quick sales or purchases in realty of alt kinds Call on or writo us at STANFORD K- YPromptness and Reasonable Commissions Our Specialty Phone 200 4 I bt The Interior JournalF M SAUFLEY ilSHELTQN R HON HARVEY HELM candidate for re 11notnnaattloniorUooalreeat from tha Eighth district subject to the of tbe demo erode party t FOND ADIEU rAi With this issue of the INTERIOR JOUR t connection with It ceases Its Nreaders have already been Informed that the paper was sold to Mr Shelton M Saufley February first but at his tYrequest I continued in control till hi could arrange his Frankfort affairs and fill his contracts with a number of news papers to furnlh them the Legislative proceedings The Legislature Is about to adjourn now and ho is free to take charge of his property which his large and varied newspaper experience in sures that he will manage with marked ability 1 could not have sold it to a better qualified man and the patrons of the paper may be sure that he will improve the high standard I tried to i maintainWorn by unremitting Idbor and 1broken in health I would not havet even under those circumstances sold the paper to a less competent man for it has been tho love of my youth and the pride of maturer years cherished almost with the affection one feels fort his offspring so I could not have agreed to Its declineEIn retiring from the paper I hope I 4will be excused for a little personal reminiscence In November 1881 after the death of my father and the conse I quent breaking up of our home and family ties I came to Stanford to live with my brother Mr W P Walton who had in 1875 bought the INTERIOR JOURNAL from the late F J Campbell who started it in 1872 A mere youth at that time I soon got the fascination of a printing office and learned to set type Afterwards I became repdrter and solicitor continuing In these posi tions until I bought the paper in 1900 Since then I have done the entire edito rial and reportorial work with scarcely any assistance in addition to soliciting and collecting and making a hand ands half in the printing department I have worked day and night to give the IN- TERiOR JOURNAL patrons a paper wor thy of their support and the liberal patronage that they have given it dur ing all these years assures me that I have not labored in vain The work however has proved too much for me and I retire broken in health and old before my time t I do not suppose any publisher ever personally knew as many of his sub scribers and patrons as I do or eve bad more pleasant relations with them It is therefore with the deepest regret that I say goodbye to them as a news paper man They have encouraged me with good words and helped me in a- 1material way to such an extent that I can never forgot or cease to love themOf my immediate neighbors and clos est friends I cannot speak too much or too affectionately Whey have stood by me through evil as well as good report f and I shall never cease to cherish them in memory as long as God shall give me life l My plans for the future are not fully 1aratured but go where I will Stanford 1willalways feel like home to me and no matter where my lot is cast I think of it as the dearest spot on earth r and of Its people as Gods chosen To them to my patrons every one and to the newspaper fraternity which has treated me so considerately and kindly I beg to express my gratitude and hope that they will always think of mo in kindness and It is rather remarkable that the INTERIOR 4 JOURNAL should have been in tytheWalton family for an even number of years or thirtyfive The previous owner printed his salutatory March 5 1875 and I write it out of tho family March 11 191QEA poet speaks of that sweet old word goodbye but in this instance it is far from sweet to me Indeed it is painful but it must be said so good bye good luck and God bless you all E C WALTON BEACIIHARGIS is getting his at last He was finally landed in the penitentia ry for life this week and Curt Jett his cousin has promised to make him a good convict The task of making i the young patricide good for anything youngtc scamps career a taking reportshperamentarily unfit for the office This l seems to be all wrong A should be a fighter and did not theGenI eral prove that he was by assaulting an- t11 unsuspecting newspaper man Gov WILLSON wasted J389J7895 in trotting the militia over the State after night riders with little result and is now begging the Legislature to create a bond issue to pay it The body should give him the horse laugh r j hogs passed the 10 a hundred lambs bringing 1050 who t be a farmer and with the a 1WITU stand 4 POLITICAL GOSSIP BY THE ED ITOR 0FRANKFORT MARCH 9The death of George B Sarifley has Vast a loom over the entire Lincoln county contingent here at the capital To every man of them he was well known and by all beloved Everyone of them regretted exceedingly that the constant work required now that the Legislative session is about to close prevented them from being present to pay their last tribute of love and res pact wheh the mortal remains of this noblo young man were laid for the last long sleep in the bosom of mother earth Judges of the Court of Appeal ofll class high in life as men count honor and leaders in his profession from fat laud wide over tho Commonwealth spok with sincere regret when news of his death was received here It was agrees by nil thatl Kentucky has not in many years produced any young man whoso future seemed more brilliant in the learned chambers of the law nor one more fitted by nature to adorn every high position to which he might be called THE VETO AX FALLS Gov Willsonlswung veto ax for first timejthis session on the Klai bill providing ajheavy fine for anyone who may buy or solicit the sale of a pooled farm producLThis bill was aimed at those who endeavor to purchase pooled tobacco and the Executive pronounced it a very dangerous measure manifestly a deadly blow to the rights of the farmers to sell their pro ducta and the right of having purchasers compete to buy them The sentiment is greatly against the Governor however in both Houses and strongly- in favor ofanything that the tobacco societies desire IThe consequence was that the bill was passed over the Governors veto by both Houses- A SOP TO TUB GOVRRNOK The circuit judges of the State have had their salaries raised and he Gov ernor let it go through though he had written out his veto but then changer his mind as he does frequently Oi Tuesday the House passed the Senate bill increasing the salaries of the prison commissioners from 2600 a year to 3000iwith 600 additional for the chairmanof the board It has been ex pected that the Governor would surely get this one with his veto ax and as he has final power these last days there would be no recourse However a bill was offered in the Senate appropriating 3000 additional a yearfor contingent expenses of the Governors office This virtually means 3000 extra er year for the Governor As ho now ceives 6500 a year and tho use of t mansion if this sop which has been gettinrby with other large expenditures go through the Governorship is going be a pretty soft office after all question is will the Governor take the bait RULES COMMITTEE IT The Rules Committee of both are the whole things and all who hay bills that they want passed have kowtow to these august bodies before theres any use asking any other me her to support them Unless the Committee will bring the measure- out there is no chanee for them t be put before the two Houses Mere bers of these allpowerful bodies at- kept on the run all the time WI- Shanks says that he hardly has time U 1eat or sleep The committeemen hay a way of referring a petition to some other member but this is getting to ban o old gaglnow and some other excuse will have to be invented for the members wont stand for it longer FOR A BETTER LEXINGTON The House passed a bill this wee which would give Lexington the right to vote on the question of adoption of a commission plan of government suc as has proved so successful in Galveston and other Western cities Lexing ington has been ringridden so long that a great part of the best citizen hip favors the new plan It is nonpartisan and puts a city strictly on a business basis of administration BETIIURUMS ARE LIVE WIRES I Judge B J Bethurum and a dolega tlon of prominent Pulaski county citizens I arrived here Monday to make pr test before the Senate against the passage of the new county bill which the louse passed Among those with him were Editor Cecil Williams of the Som ergot Times Postmaster WM Catron Attorney N Sharp and others Representative M G Colson took his low countians in charge and showe- them the sights Those opposed to th new county bill say that the only good purpose it would serve would be to furnish some nice fat offices for a hungry 1 bunch of officeseekers in the territory proposed to be cut from Wayne Pulaa kiand Whitley and made into Wilson county Many members of the House voted for the bill simply because it would honor Speaker Wilson Judge 3cthurum is serving IQs first term on the pircnit bench and making a splendid record He has just finished up a big docket at Somerset several inure j ler cases being tried As a result seven new boarders were added to the Hat of Warden Mudds guests behind the big gray walls here Judge Bethurum- is a former Rockcastle county boy It seems to run in the Bethurum family to furnish men for the higher positions of life His brother Judge L W Dethurum presides over the county court at lit Vernen and both hold rec orda for personal popularity at their respective homes S M S Tnt Dean bill giving cities the right to vote on the liquor question regard less of whether the county went wet 6r dry was defeated in the Ohio Senate by a vote of 16 yeas to 18 nays Evi dently the salons in the Ohio Senate are not as wet as their brother Ken tucky Senators POLITICAL Gov Willson sent a special message to tho General Assembly in which he recoil mends tho creation of a commis lion to represent Kentucky in the general movement for uniform State laws The post oiliico appropriation hill car tying appropriations aggregating 211 000000 was passed in the House while the Senate disposed of the agricultural bill with total appropriations of 13 900000Gov C N Haskell of Oklahoma vetoed the socalled Taylor election bill under which it is claimed most of tho Negroes of the State would be bar red from voting on constitutianal amendmentsGov vetoed tho Klatr bill providing for legal registration of agreements for pooling farm products basing his objection on the section of the act providing a heavy penalty for buying or soliciting pooled or pledged property lists of which have been recorded n The bill was passed over the Governors veto by big ma jorities in both Houses The more you eat Quaker Oats the better your health will be Practicalexperi ments withathletes show Quaker Oats I to be the greatest strengthmaker Regular pacifist tOe and bermcticillr mlrd tint lor hot climates 56 Panhandle Ingnndlino F Well dressed indeed the man wears the CLOTHES we sell We now have on our display racks spring suits from to 2750 simply pretty Every little detail is perfect and BETTER TAILORING cannot made Let showIfthem to you and you the truth our statement J Stanford KentucKy TohCollect Your Notes ann Accounts 111 s1I0w can Icollect what is me This is the all important question with every merchant wholesale firm business and professional men far tomereand in fact every onetoday Never has tIle question been BC prominent in the business world as it is today Tho loss few account 1may cat up your profits in business the failure to collect a note maken you isthat much poorer not being able or in a position to give the proper at tention knowledge or experience to the adjustment or examination into sonic 0claim iu which you have an interest may caune you the lose of many dollars province and our business is to help you in matters Whether it 0is a or ACCOUNT you are not able to collect or whether it is tome 11claim in which have an interest which needs looking into carefully we are prepared to do it and do if promptly This is our business we make it a study We bave the facilities and we have tbe experience the fact tbat we have collected many dollars which were given up as lost is one of our best arguments in favor of what we can do Our terms are reasonable and wo make no charges unless we collect We make collections anywhere in tbe United States recently collected an account for n firm in the adjoining county against a man iu California If you have a claim which needs look ing after or a note or account which collected no matter how yourkMAYS COLLECTION AGENCY WOODSON MAY Mgr Somerset = Kentucky The Great Texas lllch land li tbe bode of all wealth The moneyeresting on tbe seventh day lie Is not making any more land The Texas Pan poodle It the last of the rich level land for settlement In thus country Fortune will be trade on tbe advance In price on these lands In tbe next few years Homo seekers will go no farther when they see It h er county Is tbe pride of tbe plains The bet watered and too rich est no clearing or grubbing no floods or High altitude delightful cll FlatdNet JAMES FRYFHao TULIAGOYM6R CIAb CLUB TullaBwlsher County Texas EXECUTORS SALE OF LAND IAI Executor of Monroe Uartls ilocd I will aell ot public outcry to the highest bidder before the courthouse Ky at about Y oclock on YlIlAliou U 1B1P county court day his late home on the Dnnvlllu 1roporty about three tulle from Htnnford and Is bounded the land of Mrs llnttfo White J U Mlton land tbo Uunvlllo pike Llee opposite the fiirin of T A Illce and contains by the deed W acres 1 rood and 16 poles or land Una on barn necessary outbuild spring Nleo home conven iently located and fertllo land Halo will be made on credit ore month with Interest at willbutheptrlydflaggiven upon compliance with term of sale P M McKOBKHTS Exr Monroe Curtis e I Well Dressed is who our 15 and as as the picture be us will see of H McROBERTS owing ofa these NOTE you and We you want r lake NEW MUSIC 1 Wo have placed In tock a fine line of 00I cal and Instrumental mulo oil sold Mt X3a per copy orWilletaeranypeolal piece de Shtiffars CD Tanners Drug Htore Stanford Kentucky I Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods H H G L Penny EtH H Coffey E R Coleman m jm D1 Hess Poultry Panaoa I Will make hens lay cute themeof dfccaH nnd keep beat ia good thrifty condition HIufStore J II8BBB r When You Have Sr 1r Produce i 6 7 To Sell Call r1 H B Northcott Stanford Ky Phone 153 t2 aIrF rt i THUIMAN K TUDOR Malinger 1 J a L New Dress Goodsij All the new shade in wool dress goods 38 inch Bntisto in Rose Ceil Tan Rceedn and Cream I8o yd or 38 incn Burah Scrgo in Reseda Mulberry Alice Navy and Tau at BSo yd 4 40 inch Diagonals in Grey Tan Mulberry and Reseda at Jlyd N SEVERANCE STANFORD 1 t The Interior Journal- u I i 1BrANFORD KY MAR 11 1910 NEKPLES Dobbins and Shuttles lorI E DrugStorePERSONALS u MRS MATTIE NEVIUS is side Miss NANCY K MCKiNNEY Is III tMR JOHN OWSLBY REID is quite tick MR W W WADE of Corbin was hero Tuesday MISS MARdUtUTE MCCLURB Is ill with typhoid fever MRS J A DuDDERAtt ia with rela tives in Garrard MRS JESSE D W KAREN spent Wed enesday with Lancaster friends MRS NANNIC 0 GOOD of the Tur nersvllle section is critically ill MESSRS W S FISH and Jetso D Wearen attended court at Liberty Mon day Miss D ESSIE FOWLE has returned from a two weeks viiit to Living stun MRS EUZA rOR Mt Ster linK Is here at the bedside of her ale ter Mrs Nancy Smith MR FRANK YANKEY entertained at hs home near Springfield in honor of Misses Mary of Stan ford MRS NANNIC WOODS KITCHEN has returned from a delightful visit to her coutin Mr Joseph E Johnson at Plttaburg Miss NELL CLARK trimmer for Miss Ella May Saunders arrived yesterday from her home in Indiana to rciumo her duties IlBV AND MRS HOMER CARPENTER lata11ruwlttiofMr George u Saufloy MRS T S WE U and son Shop Webb of Knoxville and Mr James M Saufley of Graysville Tenn attended the burial of Mr Geo B Baufley I FOREST FOLEY and wife of Bedford Iml were on Wednesdays train en route to Crab Orchard to see her father Mr Samuel F Reynolds who is very ill MR AND MRS W A YKAOBR have moved back to Fork Ridge Tenn from Bellaire Kansas Thu death of Mr Ye Rcri father made it necessary for them t6 return MR B P SIIRWUAKBR who has made the Q C a splendid agent at Moroknd for many years resigned and Mr W W Row of Austin Tcnn has succeeded him Kiss DRRTIIA CONNER who nursed 4 Mr George D Saafley daring his long illness will return to her headquarters- in Louisville tomorrow She ia a con tcienttoos Christian woman and great a ly endeared herself to Judge Saufley t o and his entire family LOCALS RINK Saturday night PORK Plymouth Rock egg Jl for letJt1K of 16 Mrs A R Nunnelley Turaersville WANTED Some country mat hams sides shoulders jowls eteat the Country Store STATE College chemists say that the Stanford Water Works water is all right for drinking purposes ANOTHER car of seed meal at J 11 Baughman Coe We handle only the 41 per cent goods the best MONDAY will be T tYcourt day Dropin and meet the new editor tell- S U5 some news and if you are not in too 4 big a rush pay for your paper WB have farms in Hardin county in fl60acre tracts to 900 acres and prices from 300 to 11000 These lands pro dues fine Burley tobacco Stanford t pReali Estate Co DUNK theme wealthy Negro blind tiger operator of Danville was fined J2830 and sentenced to the work house for 390 days Ills wife was given 70 and ten days in the workhouse in one case T ONE white man and several Negroes have been indicted for selling whisky hero but until they are proven guilty we will withhold their names By the way will our people sit idly by anduse the law against tolling whisky broken every day in the year 1 Leta wake up and try to stop it or give up the ghost A BEAUTIFUL EVENTTho Delsarto entertainment at the Gem Opera louse Friday evening given by Mrs A D Rolds claaj In physical culture was a beautiful event No audience has left the Gem this season so delighted t with an evenings entertainment Som erset Journal 1905 The same program will be given at Walton Opera House Dn1 it- t Jhlt I 1 Foil SAu200 locust posts Frank Shoemaker Stanford No2 2t WANTEDSome nice fresh butter at tho Country Store 30c per pound New line of wallpaper and picture moulding just in J L Beazley Co PURE bred White Plymouth Rock eggs for sale 15 for 1 Mrs Hugh Reid Stanford SIIUOARS TANNER are taking an inventory of their stock of drugs etc E J Tanner of McKinney is assist ing them- RINKThere will bo skating at Waltons Opera House March 12 Go and have a good time I Claiborne Walton manager You are cordially invited to attend the millinery opening Saturday March 19th The best and most uptodate line of goods ever shown in Huston ville Miss Cora LIpps and Sister EVERYTHING is ready for the Delsarte entertainment tonight A great many tickets hove been sold and the house will be crowded Get your seats reserved at onco at Shugars Tanners drug store TilE I J errorand for once the editor is glad of it It is stated that Mrs Belle Austin of Lancaster was dead and news comes that she not only is not dead but is convalescing from a severe illness Gov WlLLSON appointed lion P M McRoberts of this place special judge of the Gorrard Circuit Court to preside In tho placo of Judge M C Saufley who was detained at home by the death of his son Mr George B Saufley r W TUB Tribblo House at Junction City Mr W A Tribblo proprietor burned at an early hour Tuesday morning The building cost 16000 and was insured for 5000 It is believed that the gas olino lighting aparatus started the fire 115ACRB farm three miles from Stanford on good pike and In splendid com munlty In high state of cultivation has a two story frame dwelling now barn and all necessary outbuildings Place well watered and fenced Will sell at right figure Stanford Real Es tate Co SPEEDY JUSTICE Clarence Adams colored was arrested Wednesday evcn Ing for stealing a pair of check lines from Wallace McWhorter and when faced with the charge confessed lie was brought before Judge James P Bailey who gave him 30 days and yesterday he began working out his fine J Mrs G D SMILEY rclect of Squire I Smiley late of this county died at the home of her son Jno Smiley on Fryoa Crook Casey county She had been living for many years In Birmingham and had been visiting her sons Z T of Lexington and John of this section Her age was 80 years and she was a lifelong member of the church M YWOODMlss Blasts Harrangton of Eubanks is visiting Miss Emma Boone Miss Sue Logan Smith of Row land is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs James M Boone Mrs F M Campbell is at home from Rowland where she has been at the bedside of her sister Mrs H B Smith who con tinues very ill Mrs J H Boons has been quite sick Mr W 11 Boone who has been ill with grip is able to be out I KILLED HIMSELF 0 C Bllderbeck one of Somersets wellknown citizens committed suicide at his home near that city by shooting No cause is assigned Ho kissed his wife and walked out to the barn to look after some stock and upon hearing a shot ring out his wife ran to tho barn and found him sit ting up again tho barn with a bullet hole through his head from which his brains were oozing He hall purchased his farm and moved to itonly two weeks ago IT is with much regret that tho citi zens of the Crab Orchard section learn that the much esteemed citizen Geo W Edwards has determined to leave Lincoln county and the State of Ken tucky and migrate to the State of Ok lahoma Mr Edwards is one of our most useful and industrious citizens and was accumulating this worlds goods surely and honestly His sale was held yesterday George we shall often think of you and now and then lead a thought after net F F D A ew Collara ow JabaU- cw Irish Yoks ow Irish Collars f ew Embroidered Flouncinga- cw Belts Foot SALEA secondhanded Fraz ure cart W H H logins TuonoucimuED Black Minorca eggs 1 per setting Mrs W H Wearen BEAUTIFUL lino of spring and summer suitings just received for your in spection Call In and see thorn H C Ruplcy WANTED trade lumber for tarn patterns for corn and hay oC J Sip pie London TIIAT always good and interesting paper Tho Somerset Journal has just celebrated Its 12th year May it con tinue to grow and prosper To TilE PUBLIC Tho companies rep resented by Fish Pennington have made satisfactory adjustments and settlements wth me for tho tobacco burn ed in the Baughman warehouse on the night of March 4 W P Kmcald MR E L REINHART has sold his stock of groceries to O P Huffman Sons who will move their butcher bus iness to the Reinhart store Mr Rein hart retains his news and laundry agen cies and will be glad tQ wait on his put rons at the old stand 80ACRB farm about seven miles from Stanford Land all cleared and In good state of cultivation sixroom cottage barn double crib etc Right on pike close to good school house and church and in good community Well watered and fenced Price 2OCO Stanford Real Estate CoSTOMBS AnnaTombs wid ow of John Tombs died at her homo in the McKinney section of pneumonia aged 71 Sho leaves several grown children Deceased was a devout mem ber of the Baptist church and a most excellent woman The burial occurred in the McKinney cemetery after ap propriate remarks by Mr J C Mc Clary TAKE No CHANCES There were 12 Legal Reserve Companies organized in tho South alone in 1909 There are 22 companies in the South now in pro cess of organization each claiming toI bo able ultimately to absorb the other Some of them will fail If you have money to invest in insurance place it with the Old Reliable Mutual Bene fit nearly three quarters of a century old and one that will be here when many of these new companies are only a memory Write for sample policy to R M Newland agt Stanford Ky 4 You cannot afford to miss the Del sarto entertainment by Mrs Reids class in physical culture and elocution at Waltons Opera House tonight The program will be highly entertaining throughout The Aurora Ind Inde pendent says Mrs Rcida entertain ment at the Grand Opera House was charming indeed From the initial ris ing of the curtain to its final fall the audience was well pleased This enter tainment will please any audience that Is capable of recognizing and apprecia ting a good thing when seen It is worth double the price of admission Dont miss it here tonight by our home talent ON returning home after a months stay in Florida during which time his residence on West Third street was doted Colonel W P Walton found that his home had been entered by forcing open a window and breaking tho Inside blind The house was in a tornup condition but as yet noth ing of much value has been found mis sing The bacon and other edibles were gone and the cook stove shows that they were prepared for food on it by the bold burglars They also turned on the water and the pipes froze and burst causing tho kitchen to be flood ed and much other damage They seemed to have a penchant for baseball as the outfits of Colonel Waltons little aonswere stolen along with most of their other playthlng8Lexlngton- Herald CHURCH MATTERS Rev W S Willis subject at tho Hustonville Christian church next Sun day morning will belOA More Excellent Way At Night Obeying and Knowing Rev W S Willis assisted by the good women of his church will give1 a banquet to tho men of the church at the opera house in Hustonvillo March 16th excellentItlPeakers c cw Ginghams ew Cambrio oW Modraa ow Unstitc ow Tissues oW Lawns cw Flaxons Here and There A new bank was organized at lIarIan with a capital stock of 25000 D M Anderson sold to J F Cook Co of Lexington n jack colt for 350 John McRoberts has sold his Blue grass farm of 160 acres near Danville on the Lancaster pike to John Whit taker of Madison county at 110 Parson Wallace a Negro preacher was lynched by a mob at Greenwood Miss which BQught revenge for the se rious wounding of Patrolman J W Slack by the Negro The highest price for dark tobacco ever paid on the loose floor in Kentucky was reached when 1550 a hundred was given at Hopklnsville for a crop raised in East Christian county It was purchased for the Bremln trade Sanford Love called at tho house of his fiance Miss Lottie Murden in Marion III and shot her twice onco in the breast and once in tho back as she turned from him She died in a few hours Eight years ago Love shot an other young woman Nora Miller to whom he was engaged to be married Auctioneer I I odor my services to the of Lln coln county at nn auctioneer HatUfaotlon guaranteed II W JcWIIOHTEHI Kesldence TurnernIIIj Tho having claim against thucitntu of Mr Belle lUcu deceased will present them properly proven to me at once Tlioio ow hg the estate are iiotllled to settle with me Immediately OKOIIIHUITT- Administrator Mrs dells lllce I J BELDEN For house carriage and sign painting deco relive PRpclr banging also buggy trhumtng of all kind such as tops recovered curtains and boot mndo Kto over Aldrldgosblnck J J BKLDKN 1 Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to soil ixrlvntelv my stock of Oro cerlea and IlnrdRnre Ioln n good bust nee Will Invoice about UUO I non Ill health GKO I HOPI KHHtanfordKy MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No 60 K A A M will meet RodIFord Ky Members of sister lodges are fro teroally Invited to be preen T W Pen nlngton Bee S D CARTER New Lfvorv Dopot Street Phone 96 5TANFORDHENTUCK WIA TRIBBLE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night 1houe 133 Stanford KentucHy NICE HOME FOR SALE rooms there li noverlalllng water out houses are good nnd about two acre of land In tile lot A bargain If sold nt once H rHIIKWMAKKR Moreland Ky PUBLIC SALEIHaving decided to go to Texas on account ot my health I will on- TUKHDAYUAKdll 1SW1C at the Monroe Curtis place rune from Stanford on tho Danville pike veil to the highest bidder my entire lot of household goods three good work mart niul n good work mule some plows und plow gear one good milk cow und our about 36 chickens n lot of garden semi one spring = wagon and ono bucKboard Terms cash M UFMUHlUY When GO TO Carsons Hostnurnnt Lancaster Htreet Htnnfonl K Meals served nt all hours tip to 1130 r M net place lu town for n good iiulck men Cooking to suit our customers our specialty Splendid now line of fancy Groceries Hot Coffee Sandwiches pies fuller milk apd sweet milk etc at nil times WA CARSON Prop 0 z s ate NEW SILIS i We arc showing many pretty silks for Spring and Bummer wear New Foulards Shantungs Changablc Taffetas Pongees eta Changablo Taffetas arc fashionable also Diagonal Pongees SON KY KyPhone myhome Hungry kwLr Silks For Spring Summer We arc showing n beautiful line of Pongees and Shan tungs in all the new weaves and colors Also thoForo lards and Tussahs in thcr fancy figured and colors Also the lttongthistrimmings in the market- to bo used with our silks in the gilt and silver bands and all overs V HUGHES MARTIN CO i Dry Goods Notions Shoes t STANFORD KENTUCKY I Spring Suits P I V I patternsfordesignsbut i styles for the best dressers we have a large stock To eelect from Boys Youths and Mens all perfectly tailored W E PERKINS I- Crab Orchard Ky Tinting Plumbing Heating yearhousePorcelain Bath OutfitHave W K WARNER to install your country water works ritA reasonable prices and guarantee We also carry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS Roofing ud PaintsCall K see us Telephpne 188 W K WARNER Stanford Ky I t SAVE YOUR FOWLS I ependeeddonItoupllmbernt of poultry Ills Bntltreethe treatment of Blackhead and other diseases In turkeys SESSftDjAtt +a- SOLD BY SHUGARS TANNER r j z flit Interior Journal rnlriin Polto oe at Stanford at t+ eadttaj matter 1 SN TimE TABLE No 11 Month llOt r M No MHouth 1043 A M No Nortb4 40 A M No si NonbIig r x Hn Y110II AK Ko e JWP M J088 Stock BUT your JIIIdt tbtulitKM suit or tothts will have that Individuality and nt w 5b plainly Indicate they wero made to uintHUro I will nlso take your meal for ultra trousers fancy vests top aat and overcoats Fall savyle on hand ready for your tnlpocuon1 110 HUPIjE YThe Stanford Ky I Exult and Ornamental Trees 1 1Snrrbf 1 for Orchard Lawn and flnnlen One Million Strawberry plant Free Catalogues No Agents H F Hilicnmeyer Sons LXKINQTON KKNTUCSTT In and Manufacturer of Marble and Cranito Monu ments t ortii and Posts Cemetery and Lawn Wwaand fwltees Offlce and works Me Ku yKy CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE Teanfurnllh the public with the best ns araH a the freshest of cut Ho wers plants of I Ml kinds bulb potted flowers on short mitae Also make a specialty of wreaths I sir tar fufieral purposes tm connection wttirtbe above I have all f tmtfot vegetables on hand nt reasonable nRI1 HOUSES Ku HuuiiAiiD rantStanford Ky 4I i Jl Co Undertakers and Embalm on Also Dealers in Fur niture llatting Rugs el wilt exchange Furniture for all Kinds Jot Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD a KENTUCKY S r 1 J e akr Embalmer andI isfLHarneas Saddlery pq STANFORD KY t1aM ftla9UomllJaODI M r n 1 f o cf i o HS JUsT D6LRD 1 5 Per Cent Dividend On Its Stock Citizens LIfe Insurance Company W H GREGORY President Louisville Kentucky RICEAgo- ntSiringSummer TbenyoourclotheowR- ao Harry Jacobs tDealer IUMOHRIHTMAN Beazley JC McClary FARMERS DEPARTMENT I To RENT Twentyfive acres of corn ground Jos Ballou FOR SALE1oo young owes J H Newell Yosemite Ky HOGS FOR SALEHave 22 head all kinds Robt C Watkins Maywood Ky 2t Fancy steers sold at Louisville Mon day at 7c a pound the highest price in yearsFloyd Frazier will be hanged in Les lie county April 7 forthe murder of a woman FOR SALE20 long yearling and 20 short yearling steers M J Hoffman Moreland Ky 4t Sixty bushels of German millet seed- at 125 per bushel for sale F Scbnltz Icr Ottenheim Ky orIchard grass seed Extra good per bushel B B King Moreland Judge George W Coulter of Dan ville sold to W T Polham of Perry ville Mo a threeyearold jack for 850FOR SALE25 threeyearold mules All broken and in good working order Call on or phone Logan Hubble Lan caster R F D No1 John S Baughman of Boyle sold tc George W Leavitt of Boston Mary Cromwell by Gambetta Wilkes and a sister to George Gano for 2500 B D Holtzclaw bought of James Williams a twoyearold mule for 190 He bought of various parties some 5000 or more bales of hay at 12 to 15 per ton A ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRE farm on good pike Has two houses In 2i miles of railway station Land produces good tobacco Look at it and you will buy it Price only 2500 Stanford Real Estate Co FOR SALEPure Boone county white seed corn 125 per bushel See sample at Lincoln County National and First National Banks Also 15 bushels of cultivated hemp seed S J Embry Jr and John C Pepples Stanford The 1910 pooling campaign of the Burley Tobacco Society was inaugurat ed atTuesdays meeting of the district board of the organization at Lexington Sixtythree counties Ken Virgintucky Ohio and West are rep resentedAuctioneer W P Prewitt writes that at Richmond Monday plug horses sold at 15 to 95 plug mules 30 to saO good mules 115 to 175 pairs of mules 180 to 240 About 700 cattle sold at 3J to 5Jc The demand for cattle was good and the pens were cleared Dan Varrick the richlybred trotting stallion belonging to Dr G G Perry will make the season of 1910 at E P Woods Sons farm under the man agement of James H Woods He will stand at 15 to insure which is very low considering his splendid individuality and breeding- BARGAIN257 710 acre farm about five miles from town on good pike J mile from school church and store 100 acres fine tobacco land Nine room brick residence 240barrel crib shed granary silo barns etc Fencing good and place well watered Nine never springs cement troughs etc In a splendid neighborhood Stan ford Real Estate Co Dont Break Down Severe strains on the vital organs like strains on machinery cause breakdowns You cant overtax stomach liver kidneys bowels or nerves with out serious danger to yourself It you are weak or rundown or under strata of any kind take Electric BIt- ters the matchless tonic medicine Mrs J E Van de Sande of Kirkland 111 writesIIThat I did not break down while enduring a most severe- strain for throe months Is due wholly to Electric Bitters Use them and- enjoy health and strength Satisfac Son positively guaranteed Me at Pennys Drug Store L Death of a Prominent and Good Citizen CRAB ORCHARD MAR 8The death of Jesse N Singleton was a great shock to this community For 68 years he was among the people of this county and died in the house in which ho was born In 1842 Ills life was a whole chapter of good deeds generous acts and noble deportment that built for him in the affections of the peoplo a monument as pure as Tennysons mon ument of basalt in the frozen zone and his reputation was as spotless as the winters snow that capped its frozen brow While miller for my brother in law at Dix river bridge for years we roomed together and a nobler braver more generous man I never saw Ho was one of natures true noblemen upon a throne of integrity When my sis ter would send the poor women of the neighborhood with the message Jesse give these poor women some meal and flour he obeyed the gentle request as cheerfully as if they presented a check gilt with gold At the George James mill at which he was for years ha was the grandest distributor of flour and meal to the poor that I ever saw Sober quiet industrious noble gen erousl I occupied the same room with him for years and if he had a fault 1i never knew It Dear friend Jesse I wish I could read my titles as clear to mansions in the skies as you can The lives and morals of such men as Jesse N Singleton make me resolve to live a holy life that I too after death may go where they have gone A friend FONTAINE Fox BOBBITT The sincere condolence and sympathy of the entire community goes out to Judge M C Saufley and wife in the- loss of their son George B Saufley A young man upon whose shoulders the mantle of his distinguished father promised to rest so gracefully a law yer of marked ability and a gentleman in every sense of the word his passing into the great beyond at the age of 28 years brought to an untimely end a ca reer that promised much for his State and country and we mingle our tears with those who bow in sorrow to this in scrutable dispensation of Providence and tender to them all the consolation that human hearts can offer Advo cate A Man of Iron Nerve Indomitable will and tremendous ener gy are never found whore Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bovrols are out of larder If you want these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Kings Now Life Pills the matchless regula tors for keen brain and stroag body 25o at Pennys Drug Store TO THE FARMERS 1 wlllcontlnue to handle Fertiliser Intli JwlwanLMOKlnnoverthunndnkutyQld o many UOHllMLK London Ky FARM FOR SALE Mytarntoibrnrreeof land well Um proved well watervd fancnlIs lor sale It is located even tnllu front Mtnnford in the Maywood section House has six rooms New barn nnd other necessary outbuildings A Itnrgaln If sold at once J1 rtI O TON It F U No 1 Stanford Ir- A W CURD AUCTIONEER Burgin KentucKy I am a graduateof Jones National Houoo or Auctioneer Uhlcajo and have bad ez pcrlenco In the big cattle 11llal the Union stock Yards Chico we old 10Ul- ltborouKhbnd1 as high as 110 Alan Iii homo snip wnero BOO sales wore miulo each day Auctioneering Is a science and I hav studied It with Ibilidell Nee or phone mi before you arrange for your sale cat make sales toyour advantage PllON E SO It Insurts Tobacco and Tobacc Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Ifiunncc Mm STANFORD KY Residence Phone M Office M Insure with me and be fully protected CONCRETINGWe orating such III Woek Work meat and In tact Wt can make any thing trout house down to a fence post Wa can verve I you promptly and guarantee Jlr tclni work and material Tall and get our price before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Fish Pennington Insurance and Real Estate All kinds of INSURANCE on nil kinds of property Only tholarg est companies represented Rates as low as can be had anywhere Stanford Ky Phone 200 The Wintry Blasts May Come And the Rain and Snow Fall but your stock will keep warm in Nunnelleys New Stock Yards Plenty of Covered Pens and Feed and Water Best market in the State So bring them oa Court Day I Second Monday I M BKUOK Assistant RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make your dome as modern for your family as a cite residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotation at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared witl the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct t headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Far mere Lino rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service w can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky ee ippi Louisiana and the Southern portico of Indiana act Illinois V v OBA8T TENNESSEE TEL t TEL CO nU rRa70 t c Our Spring line of Clothing is better than ever before It is now open for your Inspection Call and see that snappy suit LeWE Will Have a New DQUBLE CUTAWAY I HARROW Or the street next Monday Dont fall to see it Mr Fanner ns5auDe1d riKii implement Something new tts al y W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky Iw1 lJ5 WE 1 r Wo have just receive a full lino of Spring and Summer clothing the most upto I data line of clothing over shown t in town wo can make a price to suit thisI CoII I LT SANDERSt JpI V Grab OrchardK i = c Ia f 4Ii