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STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 1010. VOL. XXXVII. NO. 3 f A Letter From the County of Harlan. Harlan, Ky., March 4. Dear Homo Paper Wo note that wo nro to have a now editor. Well, wo bid him wel come, hoplnR that ho will continue to make our Rood Lincoln county pspor as jjood or better (if It could be) than ov er. Tho pcoplo at homo never, appro ciato their home paper as they should until thoy aro away a while and tho hornofolks don't write as often as we would liko for them to do. So when a paper like tho I. J. comes to us twice a week we aro able to keep tab on things back nt our old homo. Wonder what Editor Walton Is Kolnjr to do? Hosurely will never be satis, (led unless ho Is In somo printing olllce, or out on tho street with noto book and pencil In hand. Wo remember very well how ha used to ask us if wo had a letter for him from tho Highland cor respondent, and say: "Ily tho way, 1 wish you would see if you can wake up that writer; a letter from that vicinity Is read by us with much delight." I will now glvo my friends a few words concerning our whereabouts and our work at present, etc. Wo are serv ing tho Harlan chargo os pastor of M. E. church this year. Wo llvo In tho town of Harlan. In tho parsonogo. Wo havo a good church edifice, besides two In tho country and others that will be dedicated In tho near future. We have threo other churches In town, viz: Ilap tist, Presbyterian and Christian. Tho Presbyterians have an academy here. Good work Is being accomplished by them. Tho town of Harlan is at the head of tho Cumberland river, three forks uniting hero. The thing of greatest Interest to the ; peoplo of Harlan county at present seems to be a new railroad which the I,. & N. Is having constructed up the river near Pineville. Hapid progress is being made and within a few months , wo can rldo down along tho Cumber land on tho cars and get on the main line at Wasioto or Pineville, Instead of going by way of Hagan, Va., to get to other parts In our State. Wishing our new editor success, Very Truly, E. E. Young. One Year's Record of Taft as Presi dent. Traveled 20.C13 miles by railroad ond 5,000 by automobile. Visited SO States and tsro Territo ries. Made 343 speeches (Koosevelt In his last year as Executive mado 212 ) Appointed C.917 Federal officers. '"Sent eighteen messages to Congress. 'Lost seven pounds; weighed 320, on March 4th, 19CJ. and 31U on March 3, 1910. Obtained enactment of a new tariff law. Unearthed custom frauds at New York. Discharged three Foderal officers Chief Forester GIUord Pinchot, Assist ant Forester O. W. Price and Law 0(11 , cerA. W.Shaw. Instituted an Inquiry into tho high cost of living. Forced the ajxlicatlon of President Zelava. dictator of Nicaragua. Shook hands with President Diaz on Mexican soil. Don't Broak Down. Severe strains on tho vital organs, llkt strains on machinery, causo break downs. You can't over-tax slomacn, llrer. kldnovs. bowola or nerves with out serious danger to yourself. If you nro weak or rur.-dowo, or under strain of any kind, tako Electric Hit ter tho matchless tonio nieuicmo. Mm. J. K. Van do Sando.of Klrkland, III.. wrlua: "'That I did not broak ilnwn. while cndurlnc a most sovoro strain, for three months, Is duowholly f f to Kloctrlc Hitters.-' Uso them and " ' onlnv linalth nnd BtrenL'th. StttlsfaC- lion positively guaranteed. 60o at Penny's Drug Store. No honest man. wo caro not how ., much ho may bo opposed to tho county unit bill, can havo tho proper respect for tho fellow who will promise his peo plo to voto for the bill in order to bo elected to office, and then violato that promise after hisolectlon. Tho Senato will no doubt kill tho county unit bill; nor Is there any doubt that the county unit bill will kill a number of members of tho present Senate. Cadiz Record. "What was your Impression of Eu roDeT" "Well, judging from what mother and the girls say, thero doesn't seem to bo much to tho ploco except art and matrimony. It depends forrovenuo al most entirely on pictures nnd pedi grees." Thomas Collier Piatt, former United states Senator from New York, is dead. He was leader of ,Jho republican ....... Im IiU atntA for nvfiF a nuartur of iivjr ' " ",--:-".- , 1 . ii. a century anu was ciiarucivritcu an iuo "Easy Uoss. Augusta Fasslo, a vaudeville actress, during an act at a Cincinnati theater, fell 18 feet and broke her neck. IW NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. Aurollus W. E.istland, of Danville, died at tho Jewish Hospital In Louis- vllt.i Albert Gallltin Talhott, on of tho old Congressman, is dead at Williams burg. W. T. SlmlTer, oged CO, died nt his homo In Rockcastlo county after a brief Illness. Frank Crabtrce, who killed Andy Ramsey in Pulaski, was given u lifo sentence. Capt John Mellrayor, an old and highly rcspectod citizen of Lnwronce burg, is dead Mrs Henry Traynor, of Richmond, died nt Danvillo while on a visit to Mrs. lllund Ballard. Robert O'Hrlcn, a hridgo painter, was killed by falling from n bridgo at Red Bird, on tho Cumberland river. Leo Grimes was fim-d $480 and sen tenced fo 180 days In the work houso for six coses of whisky selling In Dan ville. Frank Arnold sold for Mrs. II. D Campbell n houso and lot In tho Wil mora addition to J. II. Glass for $1,400. Wilmore cor. Jessamino Journal. Rather than go to the workhouse four months for soiling whisky, Jano Miller, white, agreed to tako her two daugh ters and leave Uoylo county never to return. Near llryantavillc Marcus Jennings shot and killed George McLowan, n Negro. It Is bclioved that Jennings' mind Is impaired. Ho was arrested and placed In the Lancaster jail. A movement Is on to establish a new bank nt Perry villo. W. C. Kern, r-rank Martin and James Guthrio aro said to bo tho promoters. Over two-thirds of the stock has already been placed. In tho Knox circuit court John Pierce was awarded a verdict against the Lou isville & Nashville railroad for $11,000. He had un arm and leg severed while working for tho company nt Grays. At a previous trial a verdict of $12,000 was awarded. Bccchcr Cooper, who had been given a sentence of ono year for obtaining money under fa'se pretenses, and Lin coln Cornett, of Perry county, awaiting trial in the United States Court for re tailing whisky without license, escaped from tho London jail. As a result of a- fierce battle, with threo lions nt tho ranch of Cherokee Ed Uaumelster, five miles west of Leban on, Samuel Roso lies in a local hospital in a precarious condition. In the ab sence of tho regular keeper, Rose, who is Baumelster'a secretary, went to a cago containing tho lions to scatter some straw In it and tho beasts jumped on him. Baumelster arrived and shot the lions, but failed to kill any of them. CHURCH MATTERS. Rev. Walter Brock has resigned os pastor of the London Baptist church and accepted a call to the Fifth streot Baptist church, Lexington. A young men's Bible Class has been organized at tho Main Street Metho dist church weich is proving to be one of the most interesting features of the Sunday school. Somerset Journal. Rev. C. R. Llain has accepted tho call extended by the Presbyterian church at Hustonville. Tho congregation is to be congratulated on securing tho services of so excellent a man and preacher. The meeting in progress at Logan's Creek church, conducted by Revs. J.J. Dickey, of this place, and E. O. Hobbs, of Wilmoro, is increasing In interest Serviced at 10 a. M., and 7 r it. Tho meeting will likely continue through the week. The Union Christian Endeavor exer cises nt tho Christian church Sunday evening wero both interesting and en lovable. Miss Bessie Yantis led nnd Mrs. J. J. Dickoy, Rov. J. T. Hoskins, Messrs. J. B. Paxton and C. E. Tate made timely talks. Tho music was u feature of the oxercises. "So the bride and groom especially requested their friends not to throw rice after themT" "Yes. They asked us to hand tho rice over In a package bo that it could bo used when thoy go to housekeep ing." 115-acre farm three miles from Stan, ford on good pike and In splendid com munity. In high btato of cultivation; has a two-story frame dwelling, now barn and all necessary outbuildings. Placo well watered and fenced. Will sell at right figure. Stanford Real Es tate Co. ' st - - " After tho closo of the quietest day since tho Philadelphia strike was in augurated rioting broke out again Sun day with tho fall of darkness, and be fore midnight threo peoplo, ono a young girl, had been fatally wounded and many severely ciuducu. Luke Obouulor Cox, president of the Union National Bank, Louisville, is r- -S i ' dead. . NEWS NOTES. . A mother nnd son, Tprisoners in tho Rowan county jail, pried the doors open and escaped..- John A. Eubank, for many years a democratic leader in Clark county, is . dead, aged 70. Davis Bell, aged 105, is dead at Tul sa, Ok In. He was nn intimate friend of Dnvld Crockett. Three-cent street railway fare, with municipal supervision of the car lines, is now a reality In Cleveland. Tho srcnoral striko called In Philadel phia out of sympathy for the striking street car motorroen and conductors went Into effect at midnight Friday. Ono hundred nnd eighteen dead in tho trains overwhelmed by tho Wellington landslide, near Seattle, Wash., is tho estimate made by tho Scatlo newspa pers. Tyrui Cobb received and signed his contract with the Detroit American Leaguo Tigers. Cobb's contract calls for a salary of $9,000 annually for three years. The Federal grand jury In New York handed In a presentment against the American Refining Co., charging it with contempt of court in failing to produce books and papers called for by the grand jury Tho ball of Dr. Jnmea R. Hull, of Monroe City, Mo., indicted with Mrs. Alma Proctor Vaughn on tho charge of murdering Prof. J. T. Vaughn, was fixed at $113,000, and the prisoner gain ed his freedom. Following the killing of threo men nt Citronelle, 33 miles north of Mobile, Ala., by Lawrenco Odom, the sheriff of Mobile county was appealed to for as sistance to prevent tho threatened lynching of Odom. In a hotly-contested game of football at Harlan, James Slanton and John Pace became involved in an argument, and In the fight that followed Stanton stabbed Pace threo times, inflicting probably fatal injuries. 'This is the man that bound me and my wife and burned our feet until wo told where we had hidden our money, said John Wagner, 80 years old, as ho picked Frank Donahoo out of a line of eight men, at the Etna police station In Pittsburg Tho grand jury in Philadelphia re turned indictments against John J. Murphy, president of tho Central La bor Union, and C. O. Pratt, organizer of the cannon's union. Murphy is charged with rioting and inciting to ri ot; Pratt with rioting, inciting to riot and conspiracy. Col Thomas Swopo'a estate was val ued at $1,000,000. He bequeathed sums from $410,000 to his sister-in-law's two children to $2,500. The physicians now say that Hyde is innocent and that the typhoid was caused by impure wa ter. Dr. Hyde's wifo is left a largo amount by Col. Swope'a will. The Interstato Commerce Commis sion was permanently enjoined from en forcing an order prohibiting railroads and other carriers from allowing com pensation to owners and operators of elevators for elevation and transfer of grain in transit, in a decision in the United States Court at Kansas City. Allen Brooks, a Negro, charged with assaulting a two-year-old white girl, was lynched at Dallas, Texas, by a mob composed of, it Is estimated, 5,000 men. Brooks was in the court-room awaiting trial when the mob surged by tho offi cers and threw the Negro from the second-story window, fracturing his skull. Negotiations between tho Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern management and committees of conductors and rail way trainmen camo to a conclusion at Cincinnati when General Manager C. C F. Bent, for tho company, declined to concede tho general demand made by tho conductors und trainmen for in creases in wages. Enrico Caruso, tho Now York tenor, is quaking with something worse than stage fright. Tho Black Hand has de manded $15,000 or his lifo In twp let ters. There is somo disposition among his friends to regard the letters as an ill-judged practical joke, but Caruso is convinced that his days aro numbered and will not venture out without a body guard. It was stated at tho office of tho Standard Oil Co, that John D. Rocke feller, Jr., intended to retiro from al his business connections in order to give his entire time to philanthropic work. It is expected young Mr. Rocke feller will assume tho management of tho Rockefeller Foundation, a bill for the incorporation of which has been in troduced in Congress. It Saved His Log1. "AH thought I'd lose my leg," wrltos J. A. Hwenson, of Watortown Wis. "Ten yours of eczema, that 15 doctors could not.curo, had at last Uld mo up. Then Uucklen's Arnica Salvo cured it, sound and well." In fallible for Skin Eruptions, Eczema, Salt Rhouin, Bolls, Fover Sores, Burns, Scalds, Cuts and riles. 25o at Penny's Drug Store, Vasssika . s sl . . - sstM2 flH EflRIiY EflSTESl 4 i t Selecting some 5 2 Z Our line, full of "Snappy" Stylish, all wool suits, made by the best tailors in Amsrica, is open forZ zyour inspection. We have talen extra care in se-f is that are so good this season. T MflTIPP H-o4- rlief inrf io fif at-nnnrl !! """ ij Hart 2? .-clothes have jlnot worn them 2? STANFORD. KENTUHKY HHF Hart S5 4! 4 y 4'w'w'w 4 TirrFrr.rwrrrrrrrr POLITICAL. Tlu n mninritv of fotir VOtCS tho Ma- rvland Leeislaturo killed the bill pend ing for State-wide local option. The bill elvinz circuit judges i,w more yearly Saturday became a law without the signature of the Governor. Tho Kentucky House of Representa tives passed a bill appropriating $10,000 for the maintenance of the Home lor tho Incurables in Louisville. The Kentucky Senate, in a stormy session, and after a long debate over tho countv unit measure and tho Dill providing for tho reading of the Bible in the public schools, virtually Kiueu the Waggoner county unit Din. HMldM nominating Hon. Ben John son for Congress, tho Democratic Com mittee of tho Fourth Congressional district indorsed him for the Democrat ic nomination for Governor at a meet ing at tho Old Inn in Louisvillo Satur day. Balmv weather, with no trace of Ice or snow and with the crocuses and oth er spring flowers opening their first blooms to tho flood of snnshine, mock ingly greeted Washingtonians on tho first anniversary of President Taft's inauguration ond presented a striking example of what March 4 weather can be when there ore no inaugural cere monies and parade to mar. The Laslf of AFlend. would havo been about as welcome to A. Cooper, of Oswego.N. V., as araer olless lung-racking cough that defied all remedies for yeors. "It was most troublesome at night," ho writes, "nothing helped me till I used Dr. King's New Discovery whlck cured mo completely I never cough at night now." Millions know Its matchless merit for stubborn colds,, obstinate coughs, soro lungs, la grippo, asthma, hemorrhago, croup, whooping cough, orhsyfever. It relieves quickly and never falls to satisfy. A trial con vinces. 60o. $1. Trial bottle free. It's positively guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store Tickets aro selling rapidly for tho Delsarte. Much interest is being man ifested in tho beautiful entertainment to bo given at Waltan's Opera House Friday evening next, March 11. Many tickets havo been sold and a large crowd is expected. Don't miss the tho "Dudo Drill" ond "Guoss Whatl" The Callslhenic Drill will also be very Interesting. Scats reserved at Shugars & Tanner's drug store. Chooso yours now. John P. Cudahy, a Kansas City pack er, on finding Jero F. Llllis, a prominent banker, in his home at an unusual hour bound the banker with a rope and pro ceeded to cut him Into ribbons. Both are society men. Louis James' long career as an actor was ended by death at Helena, Mont., fallowing an attack of heart failure Just before the curtain went up for a performance of "Henry the Eighth." Calls For Early Spring Suits. "Nobby" patterns, especially in " - -" Schaffner & and you will wonderjwhy you have?? sooner. Cummins & Wearen, --- - - . v . a v -m- mm. Schaffner & Marx Clothes jf mw'.y$ Cbc Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Capital, Surplus, Resources, S: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT' W.IM. BRIGHT, CASHIER,. J. B. PAXTON, VICE-PRESIDENT J- Wl ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER HtfYS FOSTER, CLERK. DIREOTORS: 0. Walker, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter.Stanford John B. Foster, Stanford; W. H. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Ran kin, Lancaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; W. H. Trnylor, Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. ' H. Cummine, Preachersville; Lilbum Gooch, Gilberts Creek. FIRST. NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY.! ORGANIZED IN 1882. CAPITAL1STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Combines7AbsoluteSafcty with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Deposit Boxtilot Use of "ourCustomers. We Solicit Your Account. OFFICERS. I. S. I locker, President', S. T. Harris, Vice-President; ZM ' John . McRoberts, Cashier; II. C. Baugtunan, Asst. Cash'.r W.W. Saunders, Bookkeeper. Louisville Auto Show Orcat CARS tkucks. axnwic or ai celebrated Muuc and Decorations. For Particulars address Secretary, tkt 41 4 n ;: J Uo nr rt v 4-I-, of 2 . "'?-- 5 Marx' ii n 9 8 m. m S $50,000.00 43,000.00 340,000.00 DIRECTORS. F. Reid, . II. Baughman, . M. D. Elmore, J. M. Fettus, II. C. Iiaughman, . P. Cummins, S. T. Harris, no. C. Kobinson, li. C. Walton, J. S. Hocker. W. II. Murphy. March 174849 ttth Armory CI iASSES. parts, motorcycles. record-breaking aeroplane Afternoon., 25c Evening. 50c Louisville Auto. Dealers Association : ,u & ? Wl I 1 I i.miiiik.fi'Jn M '& . - Al tit. -t?sVi j