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Luther Noel, 13 years old, son of Crit Noel, hung himself in his barn in Owen county. "Joke" Schacfcr, the noted billiard player, died In Denver, Col., of tuberculosis. i I 11, 1010. NO. 4 IflN EfiRIiV EflSTERl Calls For 4 Nathan Skaggs, once judge of Allen county and for years a Mammoth Cavo guide, is dead. The Indiana Democratic State Convention will bo held at Indianapolis en April 27 and 28. Jockey Wlnkfleld, of Lexington, has contracted to ride for an Austrian Count ! Early Spring Suits. : ! j at $8,000 per All schools, year. churches nnd other pub- Mil. C.VAtlUill II. SAl'l'I.HY. Wlin unii Cn( Down In Ilrllllnnl Young Mnulinotl. the people . T. Z, Morrow at Mt. Vernon nftcr a of this lection recover from tha shock rigid examination by Attorneys C. C. occasioned by the death of Mr. George Williams and VV. A. Morrow, the latter II. Saufley, mention of which was madvs now deud. He opened an office here Ill brilliancy, I and the success that intended his efin our Tuesday's Iisuo. his success in his every undertaking, forts is well known to our people. He his companionable disposition, all drow was a business man in tho strictest people to him and their admiration for sense of the term and ho had already He was one of those laid the nucUu for a fortune. In Janhim was great broad minded, scholarly uary last ho wus elected president of young men who impressed those who the Stanford Water, Light 4 Ico Co , eamo In contact with him as did Saul succeeding his father, Judge M. C. of Tarsus of old. He was ripe In wis- Ssulley. The popularity of the young dom, though young in years, and had man was shown to some extent by tho he lived to maturcr manhood we believe Immense throng that attended the funhe would have reached the topmost eral and burial Tuesday afternoon, the rung of the ladder of fame, As a law. services of which were conducted by yer, Mr. Saufley was at the head of his Eld. Joseph llallou and Rev. J.J. DickA fine interrogator, able in er. Tbo procession extended almost profession. argument and a thorough fundamental from tho home on Osnville Avenue to knowledge of the law, fie was the per Buffalo Cemetery and the floral contriof the very best. His services were butions were the most beautiful and greatly sought and his practice was elaborate ever seen here. The lawyers, probably as lucrative as that of any the county officers, his young gentlemember of tho Stanford bar. As a gen- men friendi each sent handsome tribtleman he stood as highest and as a cit- utes, while his friends of almost every izen he was among tho beat. His tak- section added their tokens of love and ing away is a blow not only to the aged respect for him who was cut down in father and mother, brothers and sisters, his very prime. Great sympathy is felt who almost Idolized him, but to the peo- for those whoso hearts bleed because of ple of his town, his county and his their great loss and the writer joins the Stato as well. Mr. Saufley was born in legion of friends of Judge Saufley and Stanford on March 2nd. 1832, and con- family in the prayer that the Giver of sequently became US years old a few every good and perfect gift will comfort days beforo his demise. He finished and sustain them until time, that great the public school course here and then assusger, shall cease their tears to flow. attended Centra College After a brief The pall bearers wero Messrs. A M. Warren. Kindrick Alcorn, T. J. Hill. period in that institution of learning, in which he at once carried George I). Florence, E D. Pennington otT tha honors of his classes, his eyca and T. II. Shanks, all warm friends and began to fail him and ho was compelled associates of the honorable dead. The bars of Louisville, Frankfort, to leave in his sophomore year. Ho sought the services of a Kooxville ocu- Lexington, Harrodsburg, Danville, Lanlist and was under his treatment In that caster and the local bar sent floral trib- city some three months. Ha was ad- utes to his memory. His father has vised to rest a year, which he did, af- ' received msny letters from men of high ter which ho began the study of law standing in tho judiciary and legal pro under Hill & McKoberts. He was ad- fession speaking of his bright future mitted to the bar in 1902 beforo Judge and brilliant mind. bo months before J J ' It will r IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. Clark Harbison bought Harry Win- farm near Porryvlllo gate's for $8,000. Allen and Alvoy Ellis, of Casey, en gaged In a shooting bee over a ham nnd both were wounded. William Lyons, charged with killing Jesse Clarke, another Negro, in Lexington, was arrested in Danville. 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 Arterrius, Knox county, where he had been run over by a freight train. While splitting kindling at Oerea, lira. Alex Hudglns, aged 24 years, dropped dead. She was apparently In the best of health. Two small children and a husband survive. The store of It. F, Harnett near the depot was entered Friday night by burglars. A door was broken down and the safe was blown open with a charge of nitro glycerine Between 260 and, 1300 In money was takon from tho safe, 200-acr- MATRIMONIAL. Miller Miss Mattie Denton and Wright, both of Junction City, wero married this week. Mm. Armstead Milncr Feland an nounces the engagement of her daugh ter, Nancy Adelo. to Mr. John Ruth erford Watt, of Greenfield, Ohio. Tho wedding will take place the latter part of April. Ilailey Grlnstead, son of former May or James F. Grinstead, of Louisville, and Mrs. Mary Hoke Smith, tho daugh conter of A. N. Hoke, a tractor, wero married in JelTersonvillo. Tho groom is a first cousin of Mrs. J. W. Ireland, of this place. Following his refusal to tell whether he had been married to Misa May Holer, of Providence, It. I., during his absence of threo days, Philander C. Knox, Jr., son of tho Secretary of State, was expelled from the Morris Heights School. The young woman said they Senate. in Burlington, Vt. wero married well-know- lic places are closed at WicklllTo on account of tho smallpox. Tha Court of Appeals adjudged unconstitutional tho act prohibiting the operation of barbtr shops on Sunday. Tho Shubcrt theatrical interests confirmed tho report that they are to expend $6,000,000 in the erection of a chain of 12 theaters between St. Paul and San Francisco. Lloyd Cornwcll, aged 20 years, shot nnd killed his stepfather. J. W. Smith-soaged 45, in Graves county. The trouble grew out of Smlthson whipping a sister of Cornwell. Tho annual reunion of the United Confederntu Veterans will take place at Mobile, Ala , April 1010. Tickets on sale April 23 to 25, return limit May 2. Fare $12.95. Earl D Thomas, Jr , 30 years of age, a son of Brig. Gen. Eeurl D. Thomas, Commander of tho Department of. Colorado, with headquarters in Denver, fired a bullet into his brain in his room at a Denver hotel, dying instantly. With a story of having been hypnotized and robbed of $35,000, a man who gave his name to the police as D. J. Telfair, and said he was manager of a dairy company of Philadelphia, came j OF to hla senses in the Emergency Hospital A in Washington. Dr. B. C. Hyde, charged with murder and attempted murder in the Swope case, was released from tho county jail Tony, The Convict. in Kansas City after furnishing bond in the sum of $100,000. His trial on the The play given at Alcorn's Opera indictment charging murder of Col. House Friday evening. Feb. 25, by the Swope was set for April 11. Hustonvillc Graded School, was, if popAfter trimming the State Fair ap- ular opinion be tbo judge, quite a sucpropriation bill down to $01,000 the cess. The house was well filled with House all but finally killed the meas- a most highly appreciative audience. ure. It was beaten, but before the The music prepared by Miss Angle Car parliamentary clinch could be put on penter was well rendered and highly Acting Speaker Schoberth declared the interesting. The High School students House adjourned. This gives the bill who gave tho play deserve Bpecial mention and praUe: Hellcna Warren was another chance. McCor- Under sentence to tho penitentiary for characterized by Marguentte life, Beach Hargis, convicted of tho mack. Margueritto's ease and pleasing murder of his father. Judge James Har- address made her a favorite with the gis, the Breathitt county feudist, was audience. George fjarnette gave most Van Cru-getaken to tho Frankfort penitentiary creditably the role af Judge Mrs. Van Cruger, by Isa Floyd, Monday. Already In the penitentiary, This and also serving a life sentence, is Cur- was a most interesting character. part was performed with the dignity Hargis' first cousin. tis Jett, and grace of the original. Ama BarThe new pressed brick administraker as Sally captivated her audience. tion building and dormitory at tho part with naturalness Pythian Widows and Orphans Home, She played her Sedley, the snappish and ease. Miss near Lexington, erected at a cost of old maid, was played by Bettle Peavey-hous$20,000, is completed and the building Bettio was "tart" sure enough. committee will meet March 21 to forShe made your mouth water when she mally inspect and accept the structure, spoke, on account of her "vinegar" which will doublo the capacity of tho temper. Tony, The Convict, by James institution. character, yet Hall, was a miny-sidePolitical leaders in New York united James mastered the plot and peculiarly in the expression that thp passing of complicated Darts so well that he former Senator Thomas C. Piatt, will brought his audience alternately to be without influence on tho course of laughter and tears. Jamea Barkley, New York State politics. His retire' the villian, was played by Tom Back. ment from politics in 1903, when his Ton made up fine throughout this char name was left off the list of delegates acterand showed strong acting Rog to both national and State convention?, er Hicks Dlaved Warden Burrows and was absoluto and complete his part was dignified and After a legal battlo which has been ed. This was rendered with credit to dragged through State and Federal himself and it was received with apcourts for fully 20 years, Mrs. Eva A. plause by tho audience. Phillip Ingersoll has received a certified check the suitor to Miss Hollena Warfor $195,551 93, representing a fee ren, was characterized by Charley which aha claimed was duo her husband, Dunn. Charley, though young in years, the latu Robert G. Ingersoll, for servi- seems to have been there before. In ces in breaking the will of Andrew J. every complex situation Charley was Davis, a, millionaire miner of Montana. more than master. Weary Wnysido The report of the special committee 'from wayback" was played by John appointed a month ago to Investigate Hicks. John had tho house holding tho alleged statement of Senator Wat- - both its sides "mit laughter." This part was very amusing. John deserves kins to tho effect that four Senators great credit for his rendition of his had sold out to the liquor interests for part. Last, but not least, came Jack$20,000 was made Monday. The re- son, our "mister colored nigger," played by Charley Myers. Charles "jes port says a thorough and careful hn' nnf do know how to act de nitr- showed there was no foun ger," but he don't liko for Mr. Weary dation in fact for such a statement and Wayside to stand long on bis 'chist. that it was founded on mere idle ru mors. Senator Watkins attached a The Lash or A Fiend. statement to the report saying the com would have been about as welcome to mittee had mado a conscientious inves- A. Cooper, of Oswego, N. V., as amer- tigation and that he concurred In the c I less cough that defled report. The report was adopted by the all remedies for years. "It was most n, JiOurline, full of "Snappy" Stylish, all wool suits, Z maae oytne oest tailors in Amsrica, is open c Zjyour inspection. We have taken extra care in Selecting some "Nobby" patterns, especially in 2j I I jtthat are so good this season. J ii NOTICE that distinctive fit around the collar that?.'. 2G-2- ! Hart Schaffner & Marx I mi. jjclothes have and you will J?not worn them sooner. onder why you have?! Cummins & Wearen, : ? if ii J? STANFORD, KENTUCKY. :;home Hart Schaftner & Marx Clothes jt :: it Che Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Capital, Surplus, Resources, S: $50,000.00 43,000.00 340,000.00 J. r. H. SHANKS. PRESIDENT W.IM. BRIGHT, CASHIER, B. PAXTON, J. W-- l ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTfcR. CLERK. DIREOTORS: W. 0. Walker, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter.Stanford John B. Foster, Stanford; W. H. e. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Kan-kiLancaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; W. H. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. . H. Cummins, Preachersville; Lilburn Gooch, Gilberts Creek. n, d FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN J 882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 " ComblnesIAbsolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Deposit Boxcsjfor Us: of JourJCuitomers. We Solicit Your Account. . . self-posse- , War-burto- n, iV OFFICERS. I, S. Mocker, President;, S. T. Harris, 13 John J. McKoberts, Cashier; II. C. Baughman. Asst. Cash'r Y.W.Saunders.l)ookkeeper, directors: F. Reid, M. D. Elmore. u j. II. Baughman, J. M. PettusT"' . H. C. Baughman, S, T. Harris, K. C. Walton, V, F. Cummins, no. C. Robinson, J. S. Hocker. II. Murphy. W. S, FISH, Trcas. R. B. MAHONEV, Tres. J. T. WHITE, Scc'y. .The Citizens Realty and Title Co Farms, houses and lots for rent, sale or exchange. Persons deairiug quick Bales or purchased in realty of all kinds. Call on or writo us at STANFORD, KY. lung-racki- ng S Tip Sparks and C. J. Slpple, rival in the feed business, had a difficulty some time ago in which blows were passed. Slpple auud Sparks for $3,000 damages and during the past week the trial has Advocate. consumed several days, with tho result The election called by the Somerset that Slpple was given judgment of $360. London Democrat. school board on tho proposition of issu m ing 117,000 worth or bonds to erect a TabG. L Penny guarantees hlah school bulldinir. was carried n after-dinnmajority in favor let a in nrnmntlu rnllflv k b of the bond. The vote stood 260 for distress and cure .indigestion, or money bmk. uarge ees ove. tb bwxk to 35 agalast Uws. m Ml-O-- It Savod His Leg. "All thought I'd lose my leg," writes J. A. Swenion, of Wawrtown Wis. "Ten years of eczema, that 15 doctoru could not cure, bad at last laid me up. Then Buoklen's Arnica Kulvti cured It. sound and woll." In. (alllblo tor Skin Eruptions, Eczema, ball iiueum, uous, fever sores, Burns, Scalds, Ciits and Piles. 25c at Penny' Drug Store. troublesomo at night," be writes, "nothing holp.d mo till I used Dr. King's Now Discovery whlclc cured mo completely I never cough at night now." Millions know Its matchless merit for stubborn colds, obstinate coughs, aoro lungs, la grippe, ustbtna, hemorrhage, croup, wbooplng cough, orhayfever. It relieves quickly and ever falls to satisfy. A trial convinces. 50c. II. Trial bottle free. It's positively guaranteed h Penny's Dru( Store. Promptness and Reasonable Commissions Our Specialty. 'Phone 200. tj. i, ijf4t5.itf.. vL..j "; JM . i - P llj ', ,V. - mMEh iiSyJjii lSpP,'l" The Interior Journal. SHELTON M. SAUFLEY, OWSKR. HON. HARVEY HELM tP.'jr,. ot Uneoln county. Is n nomination for Congress from tho .ll.trict.suhlcct to the action ot the demo cratic party. 'nlt A FOND ADIEU. With thlalssuooftho iNTEniORjOUR" nal my connection with it ccasca. It readers have already been informed that tho paper was sold to Mr. Shelton M. Saufley February first, but at his request, I continued in control till ho could arrango his Frankfort nlTalrs nnd fill his contracts with a number of newspapers to furniih them the Legislatives proceedings. Tho Legislature is about to adjourn now and ho is free to take charge of his property, which his large and varied newspaper experience that ho will manage with marked ability. 1 could not havo sold it to n better qualified man and the patrons of the paper may be sure that ho will im provo the high standard I tried to .1? If-'' I' I f ! i V h' ; .1, maintain. Worn out by unremitting labor and broken in health, I would not have, even under those circumstances, sold tho paper to a less competent man, for it has been tho love of my youth and tho prido of maturcr years, cherished almost with tho affection one feels for his offspring; so I could not have agreed to its decline. In retiring from the paper, 1 hopo I will be excused for a little personal reminiscence. In November, 1831, after tho death of my father and tho consequent breaking up of our home and family ties, 1 came to Stanford to live with my brother, Mr. W. P. Walton, who had, in 1875. bought the Interior Edcrhcimcr, Stein & Co. Journal from the late F. J. Campbell, A SOP TO THE COVRRNOK. who started it in 1872. A mere youth State have The circuit judges of at that time, I soon got the fascination had their salaries raisedthe the Govand office and learned to set of a printing the go through, though he had type. Afterwards, I became reporter ernor let it written out his veto but then changed will be. and solicitor, continuing in these posimind, as he does frequently. On tions until I bought the paper in 1000. his Tuesday the House passed the Senate Since then I have done the entire editois cxperi-athlct- cs increasing the salaries of the pris and reportorial work, with scarcely bill rial on year to soliciting on commissioners from $2,600 a any assistance, in addition to merits with $000 additional for the and collecting and making a hand and a $3,000, Hwith of the board. It has been ex TAILORING half in the printing department. I have chairman. Governor would surely will worked day and night to give the In- pected that the of one with his veto ax, and as he be terior Journal patrons a paper wor- get this power these last days, there final H- thy of their support, and the liberal has However, a bill patronage that they have given it dur- would be no recourse. in the Senate appropriating Stanford, Kentuchy, ing all these years assures mo that I was offered Kesulsr pacVsn l(V snd hermetically 56 yearfor "contingent iwil.d lint lor hoi climates. labored in vain. Tho work, $3,000 additional a have not the Governor's office. however, has proved too much for me, expenses" of means $3,000 extra per virtually and I retire broken in health and old This year for the Governor. As ho now rebefore my time. $6,500 a year and the use of the O. L. Penny It. II. Collcy I do not suppose any' publisher ever ceives K. II. Coleman this sop which has been personally knew as many of his sub mansion, if getting him in tho hope of scribers and Datrons as 1 do, or ever prepared for largo expenditures, goes had more pleasant relations with them, by with otherGovernorship is going to through, tho is therefore with the deepest regret It be a pretty soft office, after all. The that I say goodbye to them as a news- question is, will the Governor take the paper man. They have encouraged me with good words and helped me in a bait? RULES COMMITTEE IT. material way to such an extent that I How can I collect what is owing me? This is the all important question The Rules Committeo of both Houses can never lorgot or cease to love men, far things and all who havo with every merchant,, wholesale firm, businet and profesional are the whole them. Never has the quwtion been eo mere and, in fact, every one want passed have to Will make hens lay, cure them Of my immediate neighbors and clos bills that they world as it is todav. Tho loss of a few accounts kow-toto these august bodies beforo nromineut in the business oi di'caMj and keep theu ia est friends, I cannot speak too much or to collect a note make you asking any other mem- may eat up your profits in bueines: the failure good thrifty condition. too affectionately. They have stood by there's any use much poorer; not being able, or iu a position, to give the proper atber to support them. Unless the Rules that The increaso in the number me through evil as well as good report, tention, knowledge or experience to the adjustment or examination intotomo will bring the measures of eggs laid, will more than pay and I shall never cease to cherish them Committee claim iu which you have an interest may caums you the loss of many dollars. is no chanee for them to for thu small axpem-t- f ot feeding. in memory as long as God shall give "out" there and our business is to help you in these matters. Whether it bo put before the two Houses. Mem- Our province me life. is a NOTE or ACCOUNT you are not able to collect; or whether it is -- ome It U sold nt Penny's Drug bodies arc My plans for the future are not fully bers of these fcitorc. claim in which you have au interest which need looking into carefully, wo all tho time. Will matured, but go where I will, Stanford kept on the run This is our busiuew; we make it says that he hardly has time to are prepared to do it, and do if promptly. will always feel like home to me and Shanks Wo have the facilities and we have the experience, and the fact that The committeemen have a study: no matter where my lot is cast, I shall eat or sleep. ns lost, is one of our to some we have collected many dollars which were given up think of it as the dearest spot on earth a way of referring a petition best argument in favor of what we can do. Our terms are reasonable, and LAJ is getting to bo and of its people as God's chosen. To other member, but this We make collections anywhere in the some other excuse wo make no charges unless we collect: them, to my patrons every one, and to an old gaglnow, and We recently collected an account for a firm in the adjoining W9 invented, for the mem United States. Stanford, Kentucky. tho newspaper fraternity which has will havo to be county against a man iu California. If yon havo a claim which needs look-iu- c longer. treated me so considerately and kindly, bers won't stand for it which vou want collected, no matter how after, or a note or account FOR A! BETTER LEXINCTON. I beg to express my gratitude and hope large or how small, or where the parties live, send it to us. We solicit your The House passed a bill this week that they will always think of me in which would give Lexington tho right business. Bank references. kindness and respect. adoption of a l It is rather remarkable that the In- to vote on the question of M'l u".!!.. commission plan of government, such terior Journal should have been in as has proved so successful in Galves the Walton family for an even number " Tho previous ton and other Western cities. LexingWOODSON MAY, Mgr.. of years, or thirty-fivn fngtfcn has been so long owner printed his salutatory March 5, great part of tho best citizen1875, and I write it out of the family that a ship favors the new plan. It is nonMarch 11, 1910. strictly on a A poet speaks of "that sweet old partisan and puts a city goodbye," but in this instance it business basis of administration. word, The Great Texas Panhandle. DBTIIURUMS ARE LIVE WIRE3. I is far from sweet to mo. Indeed it is Judge U. J. Bethurum and a delegapainful, but it must be said; so, goodtion of prominent Pulaski county citi HIch land Is the basis of all wealth. The bye, good luck and God bless you all. money We have placed In stock a line line of vozens arrived here Monday to make pro latest Investment nnd the surest Is still E. C. Walton. maker, U rlou farming land, God sold ut on the "seventh day." lie Is not cal aud Instrumental music, ull piece tfo test before the Senate against the pas resting anymore land. The Texas per ropy. Will orler any special making nt For sale BeaciiHargis is getting his at last. sage of the new county bill, which tho Is the last of the rich, levol land for Fortunes will He was finally landed in the penitentia- House passed. Among those with htm settlement In this country. price on inese Shutfars' (XX Tanner's be rnude on me iiavnnie in ry for life this week and Curt Jett, his were Editor Cecil Williams", of the Som- lands in the next few years. Home seekers Drug Htore, Hwlib-o- r further when they see cousin, has promised to mako him "a erset Times, Postmaster W. M. Catron, will ko no Is the garden spot nnd It, county "pride ot plains." The best watered and too rich- - - Kentucky. good convict" The task of making Attorney-J- . N. Sharp and others. Rep- the fund, no clearing or Krubblug, no Hoods Stanford, est the young patricide good for anything resentative M. G. Colson took his fel- or cyclones. High altitude, delightful cliC 25 A proven wheat country. aeems to an observer of the young low countlans in chargo and showed mate. awarded our wheat and oats atKlrst the nrlie 3. s at Omaha, Nescamp's career to be a hopeless under- them the sights. Those opposed to the National Corn Kxposltlon booklet, address braska, for free Illustrated taking. JAMKH riirri.MKI.'.TULIAUOMHKll. 2 new county bill say that the only good CIA1, Ol. Ull. purpose it would servo would be to furTulta.Hwlsber County Texas, Tub Legislative Committee reports nish some nice 3 fat offices for a hungry that Adjutant General Johnson is s EXECUTOR'S SALE OF LAND. in the territory bunch of unfit for the office. This proposed to be cut from Wayne, Pulasseems to be all wrong. A general ki and Whitley and mado into Wilson As Executor of Monrooliurtls.dacd. I wilt should be a fighter and did not the Gencounty. Many members of the House sell ut public outcry to the highest bidder e eral provo that ho was by aisaulting an voted me for the bill simply because it ueioru about t o'clock onuuor in maiuuru. Ky.. ut unsuspecting newspaper man? would honor Speaker Wilson. Judgo MONDAY, MAKOII 11,1610, GOV. Willson wasted I389J78 95 in Bethurum is serving his first term on county court day. Ills late home on the Dunwiie lime, rropuriy is uuout in no trotting the militia over tho State after tho circnit bench and is making a splen- miles from Hlanforil und Is bounded by the lands of Mrs. Muttlo White. J. 11. Hilton To Sell Call night riders, with little result, and is did record. Ho has just finished up a and the Dunvllle pike. Lies opposite the a. nice contains ny now begging the Legislature to create big docket at Somerset, several mur- iiirni 01 i1 rood anduncipoles or land,inn ueeu jucri-lias on necessary a bond issue to pay it. The body shouhl der coses being tried. As a result sev- It a cottage, barn und Nice home outbuildconvenen new boarders were added to the list ings und flue spring. give him the horso laugh. iently locuti-- und fertile hind. Hale will be made on credit of Warden Mudd's guests behind the 0 per cent, from of t mouths, with Interest nt carday ot sale, l'urchaser will WlTU hogs passed the $10 a hundred big gray walls here. Judge Bethurum be required to execute note with approved Stanford, Ky. Thoue 15:1, persons! seourlty and a lien will be retained up-to-d- ate mark and lambs bringing $10.50, who is a former Rockcastle county boy. It on the land, l'urcsuser shall bave the privl'ossesslon will wouldn't be a farmer and with the seems to run in the Bethurum family ilege of paying cash, with terms of be TIIUUtfAN K. TUDOR, Mager, given upon compliance sale. to furnish men for the higher positions 1'. M. McItOUBHTH, Kx'r, Monro Uurtli. of farmers stand? POLITICAL GOSSIP BY THE ED. of life. His brother, Judge L. W. Bethurum, presides over the county ITOR. court at Mt. Vernon and both hold recof Frankfort, March 9. Tho death ords for personal popularity at their George B. Saufley has Vast a gloom respective homes. S. M. S. over tho entire Lincoln county contin every Tllfi Dean bill giving cities the right gent here at the capital To man of them ho was well known and to vote on tho liquor question regardby all beloved. Evcryono of them less of whether the county went wet 6r exceedingly that the con dry, was defeated in tho Ohio Scnato stant work required now that the Leg by n voto of 1G yeas to 18 nays. Eviislatlvo session is about to close, pre- dently the salons in tho Ohio Senate vented them from being present to are not as wet m their brother Kenpay their last tributo of love and tucky Senators. when the mortal remains of this POLITICAL. noblo young man wero laid for tho last long sleep in the bosom of mother enrth. Gov Willson sent a special message Judges of tho Court of Appeals, off- to tho General Assembly in which ho icials high in life as men count honor, recon mends tho creation of a commisand leaders in his profession from far to represent Kentucky In tho genspoke sion and wide over tho Commonwealth eral movement for uniform Statu laws. with sincere regret when news of his The e appropriation bill, cardeath was received here. It was agreed rying appropriations aggregating not in many by all thatlKentucky has was pasod in tho House, while years produced any young man whoso the Senate disposed of the agricultural future seemed moro brilliant in the bill with total appropriations of learned chambers of tho law; nor one moro fitted by nature to adorn every Gov. C. N. Haskell, of Oklahoma, high position to which ho might be Taylor election vetoed tho called. bill under which, it is claimed, most of THE VETO AX FALLS. tho Negroes of the Stato would bo barGov. Willsonlswung his veto ax for red from voting on constitutianal tho first timcjthis session on the Klair amendments. bill, providing ajheavy fine for anyone Gov. Willson vetoed tho Klair bill, who may buy or solicit tho sole of a Droviding for legal registration of pooled farm producU.This bill was aim agreements for pooling farm products, ed at those who endeavor to purchase basing his objection on the section of pooled tobacco, and the Executive protho act providing a heavy penalty for nounced It a very dangerous measure "any person buying or soliciting pooled and manifestly a deadly blow to tho or pledged property, lists of which havo prorights of the farmers to sell their been recorded." Tho bill was passed ducts and the right of having purchasover the Governor's veto by big maers compete to buy them. The sentijorities in both Houses. ment is greatly against the Governor, however, in both Houses, and strongly in favor of. anything that the tobacco more you societies desire. (The consequence was that the bill was passed over tho Governor's veto by both Houses. res-pjet post-offic0, ;- - ! & :. i The eat Ouaker Oats Practical TUH better your health the man who wears the CLOTHES we Well dressed indeed our display racks our spring suits from 15 sell. We now have to $27.50 and simply as pretty as the picture. Every little detail is cannot be made. Let us show Quaker Oats perfect and BETTER show see the truth our statement. them to you and you greatest to Well Dressed. i the strength maker. J. McROBERTS, iow To 3S33SS333S3iSaag33B Dr. Hess' Poultry Panacea Collect Tour Notes and Accounts. I i, V w gj rirvirvitsr rvm KLnni o ukuu oiukl, c-tvi- grs $ pW may's COLLECTION agency. NEW MUSIC e. ring-ridde- Somerset. - - - Kentucky. r m de-ilr- ? lau-hand- 3 o a . W tl Dinwidfe & office-seeker- coun-nous- Co., When You Have Hustonville, Ky. , 1 Undertakers and Embalmers.. We ry an line goods. H. B. Northcott, J rtii'lil iHliliMMfl ji - ""' " iflfHt MffTflSTi New Dress Goods. .'18 NEW SILKS. In 3 1 All the new shade in wool dress goods. Rose, Cell, Tan Reseda nnd Cream I8e yd. .18 Incn Hurnh inch Bntinlo Scrgo In Rcserin, Mulberry, Alioe, Navy nnd N Tan at 6!c yd. , 1 cw cw cw ow ew cw Collars Jabats Irish Yolcs Irieh Collar Embroidered Flouncing Hells. N cw ew cw cw ow ew cw Ginghams Camhrio Mndrns Hnstitc Tinauca Wo arc showing many pretty silks for Spring and Hummer wear. New Foulards, Shantungs, Changablc Taffetas, Lawns Klaxon. Changablc Taffetas nro fashionable, also Pongui cto. Diagonal llugtes. 10 Inch Diagonal in Grey, Tan, Mulberry and Reseda yd, at SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. JJrANFonn, & SON. Frax-ur- STANFORD KY. L. R. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Miirlin ss r, Ky., - M vb. II, Kok SAt.B. 200 locust poits. Frank 2t Shoemaker, Stanford, No. 12. WANTHD-So- me nlee, fresh butter at per pound. 1010 tho Country Storo-i- Kk aeconddianded FoiiSalb.-- A cart. W. II. Higglns. o TiioiiouaiimiKD Blaek Minorca eggs, $1 per setting. Mrs. W. II. Wearen. IlKAUTlfUl. lino of spring and summer suitings just received for your inspection. Call in and sec them. II. C. Now line of wall paper and pleturo Shuttles for moulding Just In. J. L. Hcazley & Co. all sewing machines nt Penny's Drug Pom: bred White Plymouth Bock Storo. eggs for salo. 15 for $1. Mrs. Hugh PERSONALS. Beid, Stanford. Mrs. Mattik Nevius is sick. Shucars & Tanner nro tnklng an Miss Nancy K. McKinnf.y is ill. . Inventory of their stock of drugs, etc. Mu. John Owsley Kkid Is quito sick. B. J. Tanner, of McKinney, is assist Mil W. W. Wade, of Corbln, was ing them. hero Tuesday. Rink. -- There will bo skating at 11133 MAlUiURITK McCLUKE is ill with typhoid fever. Walton's Opera Houso Saturday night, Mas. J. A. Duddkhak in with rela- March 12. Go and have a good time. tives in Gsrrard. Claiborne Walton, manager - -9m Mrs. Jesse D. Weam:n spent Wednesday with tancaster friends. You are cordially invited to attend Mas. Nannik 0. Goon, of tho the millinery opening Saturday March, section, is critically ill. 10th. The best and most Messrs W. S. Fish and J esse D. line of goods ever shown in Huston-villWearcn attended court nt Liberty MonMiss Cora Llpps and Sister. day. Fowi.k has roturncd Miss Bessie Everything is ready for tho Oelsarte from a two weeks' visit to Living, entertainment tonight. A great many ston. Mrs. Euza Torxjian, of Mt. Ster- tickets have been sold and the house ling, is hero at the bedside of her sis- will bo crowded. Got your seats re ter, Mrs. Nancy Smith. served at once at Shugara & Tanner's Mn. Frank Yankey entertained at drug store. his homo near Springfield in honor of "' Misses Mary and Jane Tamme, of StanThe I J. Is in error and for once the ford. editor is glad of it. It is stated that Mns. Nannie Woods Kitchen has Mrs. Belle Austin, of Lancaster, was returned from a delightful visit to her dead and news comes that sho not only cousin. Mrs. Joseph K Johnson, at from a is not dead but is convalescing Pittsburg. Miss Nell Clark, trimmer for Miss severe illness, m Ella May Saunders, arrived yesterday Gov. Willson appointed Hon. P. M. from her homo In Indiana to resume Mclloliert. of this nlnce. snecial judge her duties. Kkv. and Mrs. Homer Carpenter, of tho Garrard Circuit Court to preside of Sholbyvlllo, and Miss Patsy I'ruwitt. n tho nlaeo of Juiliro M. U. baullei. of Lexington, attended tiie burial of who was detained at homo by the death Mr. George H. Saufley. Mr, Gcorgo B. Saulley. Mrs. T. S. Weiiii and son, Shap of his son, .. ' Webb, of Knoxville. and Mr. James M The Tribble Houso at Junction City, Saufley, of Graysville. Tcnn., attended Mr. W. A Tribblo. nronrietor. burned the burial of Mr. Geo. 11. Saufley. Bedford, and wife, Forest FoleyWednesday's of train en at an early hour Tuesday morning. Tho building cost $16,000 and was insured Ind., wcro on route to Crab Orchard to see her father, for ST. 000. It is believed that the cas- Mr. Samuel F. Reynolds, who is very olino lighting upiratus Htarted the fire. III. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Vkaceh have farm three miles from Stan NEKDt.ES, Hohbins and e. m -- Rupley. ' Wanted, to trade lumber for barn patterns for corn and hay. C. J. Sip-piLondon. e, That always good nnd Interesting paper, Tho Somerset Journal, has just celebrated its 12th year. May it continue to grow and prosper. To The Puiilic Tho companies rep. resented by Fish & Pennington have mide satisfactory adjustments and set tlements with mo Tor tho tobacco burned In thu Baughman warchouso on the night of March 1. W. P. Kincaid. Mr. E. L. Ueinhart has sold his stock of groceries to O. P. HuiTman & Sons, who will movo their butcher bus iness to the Ueinhart store. Mr. Rein-haretains his news and laundry agen cies and will be glad to wait on his pat rons at the old stand. rt Here and There. A new bank wos organised at Harlan with n capital stock of $25,000. I). M. Anderson sold to J. F. Cook & Co., of Lexington, n jack colt for $350. John McRoberts has sold his Blue-grafarm of 150 acres, near Danville, on tho Lancaster pike, to John Whit-takeof Madison county, at $110 "Parson" Wallace, a Negro preacher, was lynched by a mob at Greenwood, Miss., which sought rovengo for tho serious wounding of Patrolman J. W. Slack by tho Negro. Tho highest prico for dark tobacco ever paid on the loose floor in Kentucky was reached when $15.50 a hundred was given at Hopkinsvillc for a crop raised in East Christian county. It was purchased for the Brcmin trade. Sanford Love called at tho house of his fiance, Miss Lottio Murden, in Ma rion, III , and shot her twice, once in the breast and onco in the back as she turned from him. She died in a few hours. Eight years ago Love shot another young woman, Nora Miller, to whom he was engaged to be marridd. Silks For Sprin 1 1 Shim. Wc aro showing n beautiful lino of Pongees nnd Shantungs in nil the new weaves and colors. Also tho tore-lard- s and Tusnhs in thir fancy figured and colors. A1h the diagonals in the two toned effect of which nil are very ctiong this season. Wc have nlso selected sonio of the prettiest trimmings in tho market to bo with our eilks in ut-e- the gilt and silver hands and all overs. ' HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Auctioneer I I 1 otter my services to the piople ol Lincounty its nn auctioneer. Hatlsfnctlon farm about seven miles from coln iMiiirnutt-Ml- . II. W. MeWllOKTHIt. 1 Stanford. Land all cleared and in good Resilience. Morelund, Ky It. K, I). No. Turnersvllle. cottage, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. state of cultivation; six-roo- barn, double crib, etc. Right on pike, closo to good school houso nnd church Well watered and in good community. ttiuestntH of Thoe liming and fenced. Price $2,000. Stanford Mrs. Utile Klee. deceived, will present them properly proven to ine nt mice. Tlione ow Real Estate Co. to ettlii Itli me IHK the emte arc tiotlllt-,(IKU. II. 1'IIUITT, Immediately. AtlmlnJMrutor Mm. Ilelle ltlce. Tomiis. Mrs. Anna E. Tombs, wid ow of John Tombs, died at her home in the McKinney section of pneumonia, aged 71. Sho leaves several grown cnrrlngH and sign pointing deco-riitchildren. Deceased was a devout mem- For bouse, bnnglm; nloo liuggy trimming paper tup recoxered curtnlns such of tho Baptist church and a most ot nil kino made us topoxerAldrldKe's black ber nnd boots excellent woman. The burial occurred smith shop West Molu Mt., Hluiuord Ky., No. 6$;,. in the McKinney cemetery, after ap 'I'lione J J IIKI.DKN. by Mr. J. C. Mc- propriate remarks NOTICE! clnltn-iiiRiilu- -t I J. BELDEN, Spring Suits ! but neat 'conservative styles for the best aressers. we ' have a large stock li Clary. Take No Chances. There were 12 "Legal Reserve" Companies organized in the South alone, In 1009. There are 22 companies In the South now in process of organization, each claiming to bo able ultimately to absorb the other. Some of them will fail. If you have monev to invest in insurance, place it with the "Old Reliable" Mutual Benefit, nearly three quarters of a century old, and ono that will bo here when raanv of these new companies aro only a memory. Write for samplo policy to It. M. Newland, agt., Stanford, Ky. ft Clarence Adams, SrEEDY Justice. colored, was arrested Wednesday even- inir for stealing a pair of check lines from Wallace McWhorter and when He faced with the charge, confessed. You cannot nfTord to miss the Del was brought before Judge James P. by Mrs. Reid a Bailey, who gave him 30 days and, yes sarto entertainment LOCALS. class In physical culture and elocution terday he began working out his tine. at Walton's Opera House tonight. Tho RINK Saturday night. .I sl Mrs. G. D. Smiley, rclect of Squire program will bo highly entertaining Pure Plymouth Hock eggs, Jl for Smiley, lato of this county, died at the throughout. The Aurora, (Ind ), Indesetting of 16. Mrs. A. B. Nunnelley, hemeof hereon, Jno. Smiley, on Frye's pendent says: "Mrs. Reid's entertain Turaersvllle. Creek, Casey county. Sho had been ment at the Grand Opera Houso was country nva- t- hams, living for many years in Birmingham charming indeed. From tho initial risWANTED-So- me tho and had been visiting her sons, Z. T., ing of the curtain to its final fall the sides, shoulders, jowb, eU.,-- at of Loxingtnn, nnd John, of this section. audiencu was well Dlcascd. This enter Country Store. tho Her aire was 80 vears and she was a tainment will plcaso any audience that TATE College chemists aay that g Is capable of recognizing and appreciamember of the church. Qt.nfnrd Water Works waUr is all ting a pood thin? when seen. It is purposes. right for drinking Maywood. Miss Diisie Harrangton, worth double the price of admission." Emma is Another car of cotton seed meal at of Eubanks, Suo visiting Miss Row Don't miss it here tonight by our homo Miss J. II. Baughman & Co.'s. Wo handle Boone. visiting Loiran Smith, of Mr. talent. her land, is only the 41 per cent, goods; the best. On returning home after a month's and Mrs. James M. Boone. Mrs. F. county court day. M. Campbell is at home from Rowland, stay in Florida, during which time his Monday will bo k.rmn In and meet the new editor, tell where sho has been at tho bedsido of residenco on West Third street was W some news, aimI 1. ju mwi nflt- Ifl IfUl - her sister, Mrs. II. B. Smith, who con cloted, Colonel W. P. Walton found u ,nn rua Wg a rush pay for your paper. tinues very ill. Mrs. J. H. Boone has that his homo had been entered by Hardin county in been aulto sick. Mr. W. 11. Boone, forcing open a window and breaking Wb have farms in been ill with grip, is able to be tho inside blind. Tho house was in tracta to 900 acres, and prices who has condition, but as yet notha torn-u- p These lands pro- - out. $300 to $11,000. from ing of much valuo has been found misStanford dueo fine Burley tobacco. Killed Himself-- . O, C. Bilderbeck, sing. The bacon andothor edibles were .'Ilea) Estate Co. citizens, gone and tho cook stove shows that one of Somerset's BUNK IUUM, the wealthy Negro blind committed suicide at his home near they wore prepared for food on it by tiger opcraUr of Danville, was fined that city by shooting. No cause is as tho bold burglars. They also turned 12,830 and sentenced to the work- signed. Ho kissed his wife and walked on tho water and the pipes froze and house for 330 days. Ilia wife was given out to the barn to look after some stock burst, causing tho kitchen to bo floode in and upon hearing a shot ring out, hla ed and much other damage. Thoy $70 and ten days in the wife ran to tho barn and found him Bi- seemed to have a penehant for baseball one case. with a bullet as the outfits of Colonel Walton's llttlo man and several Negroes tting up againt tho barn One white selling whisky hole through his head, from which his sons wero stolen, along with most of have been Indicted for brains wero oozing. He bad purchased their other playthings. Lexington hero but until they are proven guilty moved to itonly two weeks Herald win withhold their names. By thu his farm and by and see ago. way, will our people sit Idly rr CHURCH MATTERS. the law against selling whisky broken is with much regret that tho citiIt everyday In the year 7 Let's wake up zens of tho Crab Orchard section learn Rov. W. S. Willis subject ut tho and try to stop it, or give- up tho ghost. that tho much esteemed citizen, Geo. Hustonville Christian church next Sun' ii Delsarto W. Edwards, baa determined to leavo day morning will bo "A More Excellent A Beautiful Evknt.-TI- io "Obeying and entertainment at tho Gem Opera Houso Lincoln county and tho Stato of Ken- Way." At Night, OkKnowing." Friday evening, given by Mrs. A. D. tucky and tnlgrato to th Stato of is one of our Rev. W, S. Willis, assisted by the Hold's class In physical culture, was lahoma. Mr. Edwards ,,ntiful ovent. No audience has moat usoful and industrious citizens good women of his church, will give a to the men of tho church at tho left tho Gem this season ao delighted and was accumulating this world's banquet entertainment, Som- (roods surely and honestly. His salo opera house in Hustonville March 18th with an eycnlnf i number of excellent erset Journal, 1905. The same program was held yesterday. George, we shall at u i. m. s will be given at Walton's Opera Uouaa of tea think of you, and now and then speakers will make it a delightful and . u, i prouuiui uccmiuu 'tonight. Don't rntaa it. lead r. IbOUgm auer uai life-longrand-parent--e moved back to Fork Hidgf. Tcnn . from ll.ll.Un k'nnana Thu death of Mr Yearrer'a father made it necessary for them to return. Mk. B. V SiiewuaKKR, who has ..!. thu n (; n milendid airent at Moreland for many years, bas resigned and Mr. w. w. Kcw, or ausun, icnn., has succeeded him. u,uo iivdtiia I'nNNER. who nursed Mr. George B. Saufley during his long illness, will return toiler headquarters 8be is a conin Louisville tomorrow. scientious, christian woman and great- ly endeared herself to Judge Saufley and his cntira family. ford on good pike and in splendid community. In high state of cultivation; has a two story framo dwelling, new barn and alt necessary outbuildings. Place well watered and fenced. Will sell at right figure. Stanford Real Estate Co. We are showing the accepted patterns Stock of Merchandise for this seasons wear, no racehorse for Sale. colors or prize fight designs my ot tiroI rieilra to sell iirlviitelv stock cerlesnnd llnrdCnre. liolm; n good busi ness. Will invoice about J'.'AV lU'ason (1KO. D. liibeaun HOPl'KK. Htnntord.'Ky. MASON'S MEET. Lincoln Lodge No. 00 K. A A. II. will meet In tntd communication on each llrst nnd T::e third Mondny night oftnch month, ntHtun-loro'clock In their nnllon tnnln streeet. Ky. Members of sister lodges nre Invited to lie pmn. T. W. Hec. S. D. CARTER, New Livorv To select from. Boy's Youth's and Men's all perfectly tailored. Dopot Street, Phone 96, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. - IV. A. TRIBBLE, Day Phone 28. Night Phone 133. Furniture nod Undertaking. Tinning, Plumbing, Heating. Don't let 1010 pa8 without having house with a beautiful white. Stanford, KontticHy. NICE HOME FOR SALE! 1 desire to sell n.lvntely nml nt onre my home In Moielnml. Ilouw conUlus seyen nter. outrooms, there Is acre sot land houses nre good nnd about in tho lot. A ''"'r'SuKwTAKKlt. Murcland.Ky. iiever-UIIIn- hot and cold water through joar ... well-know- Have W. K. WARNER to install your country water works reasonable prices and guarantee. We also carry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS; RtcfinK ! Roofing Paints. tug decided to no to Tems on account 1I Call and see us. Telephone, 188. ot my health I will on TUKHDAV. MAIMUI 16, 11. nt the Monroe Uurtls place S mile, from to the to Porcelain Bath Outfit. '4k PUBLIC SALE a4 1 work-hous- Htanforil on tho Danville pike sell hlKheat Udder my entire lot ot household Koods, three Rood work mares und n good work mule, some plows und plow ui'ur, one good milk cow und oue lietfer, nbout 33 chickens, n lot ot garden seed, ono spring wnguu uud one buck bonrd. '","C"J,V & W. K. WARNER, Stanford, Ky. rMUll When Hungry IIOTO OarsonV f Bourbon Poultry Cure U recognized as thoatandarf poultry remedy o( tba world. It Is tho one remedy that can bo depoaded on with utwolute certainty to euro and prevent save: your GiipeH, fowls i ,. Hoslntirant Ijtncuuer, Htnnlord, K, Htreet, m. llmbcrneck. Diarrhoea and all exUtlcc lorma of poultry ili. rai.es. A luw drop In tbe drinking water Uoopj (owls healthy and Ircorrom disease. A 60o bottle loaVoaUtulloiuof modlclno. I'ur the treatment ot Uluckheud sod other dUe&scs In turkey" Cholera, Itcmp, ?& jK79r I 1 Meals serednt nil III hour, up to lltftt v. Kood llest plnco touu lor it mml. iUlck Bourbon Poultry Cure fcpOJu. W W Ra!it0iHrrWosrm,Ky.,My "I hat Urn ratting chickens ldrnaiy fifiyyc act ami ttouiboji Poultry Cut la tha piott Mtialaacfy icmcJy 1 hats cm umJ for Cbalara and Capet." "-SS rias no tguAL rslJ Cooking to suit our customersourspeclnlty. Hplenilld new Hue of tttucy Uroccrlrs, Hot ConYe.Hundw lent i. pie,, lluttor milk, and sweet uillk.i tc.,ut ull times, Mr F P Cr1Pirti,Kr..t.'l-Yi- ! kuwjr.dt ol diictcai lie ln; I by fltini ikrm lloiiibo, rWur I uic, I S"l it aiuisciucforCholcisssd LnUfvriV," At All Leading Druggists. Bourbon Remedy Co., 60o pr Bottls, feus-ATrlsl a Vi.. . r, W. A. CARSON, Prep. SOLD BY SHUGARS & TANNER, jSSsf&kfetoJ ,.t44 W'"fr"lsfr-'i'jTt- iW?- ' 4.il., jus u iHamnittti mmmmveByijkmmi;mHmt0, f- HflS JUST DECLARED 15 Per Cent. Dividend On Its Stock. Citizens Life Insurance Company, W. H. GREGORY, President, JEX.ix-tmxc?l5Lm 3 h ii The Interior Journal. iir.i"tl in tlw ut FARMER'S To DEPARTMENT. o I. Death Bent. Twenty-liv- acres of corn of a Prominent and Good Citizen. TO THE FARMERS. T S ir J,L.Beazley&Co., sUlsss&tKk&ffllisS .illftVW W-- I tfi Crab Orchard. Mar. 8 The death H. of Jesse N. Singleton was a great utewi-'Lmatter. Newell, Yoscmlte, Ky. shock to this community. For CS years Hogs For Sale. Have 22 head, all he was among the people of this county kinds. Robt. C. Watkins, Maywood, and died In the house in which ho was Ky 2t born in IS 12 HI life was a wholo 11 M r. u. No. il, Honth, Fancy steers sold at Louisville Mon- chapter of good deeds, generous acts No. 1, Houtli, 10:15 A H A. u. No. 51, North. r.W day at 7c a pound, the highest price in and noblo deportment that built for No.. Nortb,S:l r. m. Nn.n,10:A.M. years. him in the affections of the people a u. Floyd Frazicr will be hanged in Lea monument as puro as Tennyson's monJOS. 8. RICE, lie county April 7 for the murder of ument of basalt in the frozen zone, and woman. his reputation was as spotless as the For Sale. 20 long yearling and 20 winter's snow that capped its frozen short yearling steers. M.J. Hoffman, brow. While miller for my brother-in-lameasure tnken by Silt your Then your clothes, n tailor of low Moreland, Ky. 4t whether ft at Dix river bridge for years, we imm hcaliiena suit or the finest evenlmr nnd ctotbr. will have that Individualitymnde (It at Sixty bushels of German millet seed roomed together, and a nobler, braver, to wkicii plnlnly Indicate they were ?1 25 per bushel for sale. F. Schnitz more generous man 1 never saw. He s;sumMire. i win iiuu wikb jour was ono of nature's true noblemen uplor (trn trousers, fancy vct, top ler, Ottenheim, Ky. overcont. Fnll li and hand ready for yourand Winter For Sale. 75 to 100 bushels of or on a throne of integrity. When my sisinspection. pica on chard grass seed. Extra good. $1 50 ter would send the poor woman of the It. O. HUl'LE Y. The Tailor, Htanford, Ky. per bushel. B. B. King, Moreland. neighborhood with the message, "Jesse Judge George W. Coulter, of Dan give these poor women soma meal and' Fruit and Ornamental Trees 1 ville, sold to W. T. Polham, of Perry flour," he obeyed the gentle request as ville, Mo., a lack for cheerfully as if they presented a check lEnvrtnlag forOrchnrd. Lawn and flnrden $850. gilt with gold. At the George James One Million Htrnwherry plauts. mules. mill at which he was miller for years, Free Catalogues. For Sale. 25 No Agents. All broken and in good working order. hi was the grandest distributor of flour Call on or phone Logan Hubble, Lan- and meal to the poor that I over saw. H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, Sober, quiet, industrious, noble, gencaster R. F. D. No. 1. LmClNOTON, Kkxtuokt. John S. Baughman, of Boyle, sold to erous! I occupied the same room with George W. Lcavitt, of Boston, Mary him for years and if he had a fault I Cromwell, by Gambetta Wilkes and a never knew it. Dear friend Jesse. I wish I could read my titles as clear to sister to George Gano, for $2,500. B. D. Holtzclaw bought of James mansions in the skies as you can! The fouler In and Manufacturer of Williams a mule for $190. lives and morals of such men as Jesse Monu He bought of various parties some N Singleton make me resolve to live a Marble and 5,000 or more bales of hay at $12 to holy life that I, too, after death, may go where they have gone. A friend. Mtattrn and foals, Cemetery and Lawn $15 per ton. WjmioikI Heltees, onico and worxx lie- A One Hundred and Fifty Acre Fontaine Fox Bobihtt. A?tamy,Ky. farm on good pike. Has two houses. The sincere condolence and sympathy In 2 miles of railway station. Land CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! produces good tobacco. Look at it and ot the entire community goes out to you will buv it. Price onlv $2,500. Judge M. C. Saufley and wife In the loss of their son, George B. Saufley. A Desi. E,tn. f!n xorurnisuineimmiciininemania ni ctflnforf, 01 HMiue iresuefetoicui uowers. Joan, bulbs, potted flowers, on short Foil SALE. Pure Boone countv white young man upon whose shoulders the i. Also make a sooclaltvof wreaths seed corn, $1.25 per bushel. See sample mantle of his distinguished father rier runerai purposes. so gracofully, a lawpromised to a connection wnn me nuove, i une nil t r.:n-i- n ,l rvinnti, M.tinol 'Mild r.of vegetables on hand ot reasonable National Banks. Also 15 bushels of yer of marked ability and a gentleman OHRIHTMAN OltKKN H0CHE8. cultivated hemp seed. S. J. Embry, in every sense of the word, his passing Kll llUUUAHD, I'ltOll. into the great beyond at the age of 28 Htanford, Ky, Jr., and John C. Pepplcs. Stanford. The 1910 pooling campaign of the years brought to an untimely end a er that promised much for his State Burley Tobacco Society was inaugurated at Tuesday's meeting of the district and country, and wo mingle our tears board of the organization at Lexington. with those who bow in sorrow to this in Sixty-thre- e counties of Indiana, Ken- scrutable dispensation of Providence tucky, Ohio and West Virginia are rep- and tender to them all the consolation that human hearts can oirer. Advoresented. sVLVfTtVJsm?Tsl Auctioneer W. P. Prewitt writes that cate. SslssrssssssssVssslskswBsisHssslH at Richmond Monday plug horses sold A Man of Iron Nerve. at $15 to $95, plug mules $30 to $80, Indomitable will and trcmondousener-g- y good mules $115 to $175, pairs of mules are never found whero Stomach, $180 to $210. About TOO cattle sold at Liver, Kidneys and Bowels aro out of 3 to 5c. The demand for cattle was order. If you want these qualities and good and the pens were cleared. the success they bring, uso Dr. King's Undertakers andj Embalm Dan Varrick,' the richly-bre- d trotting New Life Pills, tho matchless regulastallion belonging to Dr. G. G. Perry, on. Also Dealers in Furtors, for keen brain and strong body. will make the season of 1910 at E. P. niture, Mattings,Iugs.JThey 25c nt Penny's Drue Store, Wood3 & Son's farm under the manwill exchange Furniture for agement of James H. Woods. lie will fill Kinds Jof Stock. Give stand at $15 to insure, which is very Them a Call. Prices Right. bw considering his splendid individual ity and breeding Port-- Jural Stanford a ground. Jos. Ballou. Fon Sale. 100 young owes. J. L. S N. TITCE THBLE No.l-t.l-.W- 1 wlllrnutlnuv to handle r'ertlllierslnthe Jumtiontid McKlmiey and ask my yhl imtrons to rt'ineinlxT me. I nlvi ink the patronage of ninny new customers. i r.HiriM.K. I.oudou. Ky s Irr wMm ' U FARM FOR SALE! My fiirmotSTnrrvsof kmk1 land, well Im- trovinl.vti II watered and fenced. Is for sale It Is located seven miles from Mlanrnril In the Mayood section. House basslxrooms. New barn nnd other neces.ary outbulldlUKs. A tmrgntn If sold nt once. J. T. MVINCIHTON. It. r !. No. I, Htanford, Ky 'Agent. Spring & Summer Stock. lui-n- s A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, Bur-gin- , Kentucky. nm n eraduateof Jones National He turn! of Auctioneers, I'hlcaRo.nnd hn had ex perience in the hit; cattle sales nt the Union Mock Yards, Chicago, where we sold somn thoroughbreds as high hs Also III horsu sle w nere nio sales were made each Is da. AuctioneeringIdea.n science and I hae studied It with this Heeor phone me tie fore you arrange for your sale. I can make sales toy our advantage. I'I().N'K56U I a l. ' 1 three-year-ol- d three-year-o- ld Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns. 1 o J Nothing But Insurance llfflW Um I iS"i IT I J" Jesse D. Harry Jacobs, Granite monts, The Insurance Man, Wearer., lw c o STANFORD, KY. Residence Phone 84; Omce, (A. Ineurc with mo and lc full protected. r cwnoNKK cuTncs CONCRETING "We are In position to do all kinds of concreting, such as Mock Work, Pavements ana. in ioci. we can make any thing from r bous down ton fence post. We can serve you promptly and guarantee s work and material. Uall nnd get our prices before you buy your material at least. nrst-clns- na snappy suit. Our Spring line of Clothing is better than ever before. It is now open for your Inspection, Call and see that v;t r8t PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. ct-re- Fish & Pennington, Insurance and Real . I I WE Will Have a New 1 IIAKUOW i Estate. double cutaway Or. the dtreet, next Monday. Don't fall to eeit, Mr. Farmer, as you need this implement. Something new All kind of INSURANCE on all kinds of property. Only thoiaig- ept companies represented. Rates ns low as cau be had anywhere. Stanford, Ky., Phone 200. j'-tr- STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. Bargain. 257 0 acre farm about 4XA r.y ft J. C. McClary, never-failin- g ll springs, cement troughs, etc. In a splendid neighborhood. Stan ford Real Estate Co. five miles from town, on good pike, J mile from school, church and store, 100 acres fine tobacco land. Nino room brick residence, crib, shed granary, silo, barns, etc. Fencing good and nlace well watered. Nina 240-barr- MeS jW The Wintry Blasts I W. H. HIGG1NS. t t Stanford, Kentucky. May come, And the Kaju nnd Snow Fall, but your stock will keep warm it; Nunnelley's New Stock Yards Plenty of Covered Peus and Feed Court Day Severe strains on tho vital organs, and like strains on machinery, cause break downs. ou can't over-ta- x stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels or nerves with Don't Break Down. Water. Best market in the State. So bring them on Second Monday. I. M. Uiiuuk, Awutant. WE Wo havo just receive a full lino of Spring and Summer clothing the most lino of clothing ever shown ln tin's town wo can make a prico to suit auyono. to tak?r.;.JBBJMSjayjpjaBBtfBjBfeaawj Embalmer .'and MHBHSk Harness, Saddlery, irln STANFORD, KY- Horn Uv Mli rUM, tor. Phone W. out serious danger to yourself. If you are weak or or under strain of auy kind, take Electric Hitters the matchless tonic medicine. Mrs. J. E. Van de Sande.of Klrkland, 111., writes: "That I did not break down, while enduring a most severe strain, for throe months, Is duewholly to Electric U liters." Use iheui and onoy hoalth and strength. Satisfaction positively guaranteed. Wo at Penny's Drug Store. run-dow- MR. FARMER: Mako your home as modern for your family a a city residence, ami pluco yourself in a nosition to get tho latest market quotations at any time. 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