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IF THE INTERIOP JOURNALaa S I YOLo XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 1 1910 NO 1 r f k Tampa and The Panama Canal Celebration t In 1906 tho United States Congress passed resolutions endorsing Tampa Florida aa the most suitable place fbt holding a celebration commemorating the beginning of work on the Panama Canal The chief reason for this solcc il flea wu Tampas nearness to the canal y It befog nearer to Colon than any other f gulf port having adequate railroad ter finale The original purpose was to hold the r eeJeferation in the winter of 19078 but baainew conditions throughout the coun try made Its postponement necessary a Some months ago extensive prepara tons began to be mado to hold the i i great celebration from Feb 12 to 26 Governor Qllchrltt Invited the govern eta of alt the States and Territories to F be pretest invitations and tickets wore seat all over this Stato and many other States the city put on her most gor geous apparel to be in readlnois for her guesU and for weeks the cry of thousand hu been On to Tampal The 1city is crowded as never before hotels t iand boarding houses are overflowing a hundreds are turned away each I day Brilliant events of every descrip tion hade been planned Hundreds and L hundreds of soldiers aro camped just outside the city and each morning they are open to Visitors Several warships t are In the harbor and they are open to topectlon at some time each day 1Morethan 30 conventions of various have been and will be held duet the celebration Military bands arc j twin on all occasions automobiles and carriages are decorated with flags ard ptwiiinU business houses are draped fa patriotic cofejSairahlps make dally t flights and ovea e sedate and i pessimistic arof jSjeaisod to join in tt ewrry An event oflimuuil interest at the beginning of Ithfl celebration was tho j visit of the Brltlah Ambassador lion James Bryce He was met by compa of soldiers and escorted to the Inles Day Hotel Tampas pride he was lavishly entertained dur I his in tho city A beautiful IrecepUon waa given to him and Mrs this ramous hostelry Tho U- IS flags which decorated the magnifi rooms and the costumes of the ar and navy officers mado an attrac sotting for this brilliant event U S military band furnished the and altogether it was an occa IeThe long to be remembered by those tuaato enough to bo present The Anbuiador made an address at the courthouse In which ho thanked the people of Tampa most sincerely for the cordial welcome given him and as tared them that both ho and Mrs Bryce 1teU that It was good to have been i thereA feature of last week was the h l Hookworm Conference Dr Stiles the greatest expert In America on the t r twekwarm disease and who is chief of i the Department of Zoology of tho UI S Public Health and Marino Hospital Service and who aao is a member of the Rockefeller comml lon for tho alto fl ylatlM of the hookworm addressed the 1crewd to a most interesting way Wo are thankful to say this disease has not invaded our city For those religiously inclined a treat I was IB store in the way of a Dibln stu drat convention the principal peak er of the Mention being the noted Chas T Russell of Brooklyn Tko parade of Feb 22 was the moat beautiful spectacle yet presented dur i tag the festivities About 100 floats were In line the beauty of which can set be described Uncle Sams infant s I ry cavalry artillery and marine com I panies accompanied by machine guns proved ait attractive feature The I many forefea societies were arrayed in jf national tub Scores of aufenw- r tiles KallyVkeorated and representing y many skies of the State occupied an important pkce la the pageanttOovI+ I ernor Gllchrht added his presence to 1 parade Six magnltcentbands rI 1I1Jt ed patriotic music but permltf further descriftdaarrw wished very much jtbatailr Kentucky people might be herVt pa in this National affair The cltfiwos ef inkuttur r delight in daalltng it fTn rThe cit Ii y th W e3av from fee i9 a yw6wnsuparbly- jeWt t ti t pose an 1 a JQaJrlta eg nnjeeeajftre evergreen IMfl f in perpetual bloom t Th r temuento I a here jrini eoraes Uttte Havana Ybor jlCltYhl subjectof Tampa where 20 I l aRI and Spaniards live They have their own quaint casinos cofFeo rehopd and clube A Spanish dinner at on these worldfamed restaurants is something long to be remembered At the pre t time there are nearly SQO cigar factorie here making nearly q 1000000 clear Havana cigars each orkiar day or a total of 300000000 I lrln a year A visit to one of these factories seelBg the ctataltaeH of thrf f 1 t 11 place watching from 100 to 1000 cigar rollers at work listening to the reader perched on u balcony read ing them tho latest news or the latest novpl Is indeed a curiosity Tampa possesses ono hotel built es peclally for tourists The hotel cost 3000000 It is u magnificent structure built of brick on a steel frame work Tho architect took his theme from the Moors who built tho Alham bra and it seems that tho landscape gardener robbed the tropics for id setting Tho Inhabitants of Tampa now num ber 00000 and if Its rapid growth con tlnues a few moro years will run the number into the hundreds of thousands Business In all departments is flour Ishing The orange groves just outside tho city present a beautiful ap pearance nt this season the truck farms are one mass qf green and if w could have our Kentucky relatives and friends with us we would doubtless sal with some Florida poet Where tho waves from gulf or ocean Break and sing their monotone Surging over reefs of coral In the eumi tropic zone There duet thou fair land of flowers Rest alone In massive strength And with robe of brilliant verdure Deck thy grand majestic length Why should not bravo Ponce DeLeon Think the Indian legend truth That from out thy flowery bosom Gushed the Fount of Endless Youth May homoseekers who ore streaming Through thy bright enchantedgates Bo thy true and loyal subjects Empress of the Southern States Florida Fall Florida FLONNIB II McKeciiNie NBWS NOTES Henry S Redmond millionaire club man of Now York died at Miami Fla William Price has been appointed postmaster at Shopville in Pulaskl countyWyatt Combed brotherinlaw of Sheriff Jasper shot and killed Ed Kldd at Faubush to the western part of Pu taaki county Thomas W Bullltt of Louisville was stricken with paralysis while In a streetcar In Baltimore and is now In a hospi tal therein a serious condition Beginning today the Seaboard Air Line will put into effect a general ad vane In pay of two and onehalf cents an hour for all skilled laborers over the entire system Judge B L D Guffy for many years prominent in Kentucky politics and at ono time Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals died at his home in Morganflcld Sunday aged 77 The body of Edward Denton a spec da revenue officer was found in a thicket by the roadside near Lincoln Lincoln county Tenn Ho had been shot supposedly from ambush An attempt was made to bribe Prosecutor Garven of Hudson county N J to drop the prosecution of the meat packers according to a statement made by an official of Mr Garvens office in Jersey City The wdow of Con Flagler was in stantly killed Mrs G F Nye was fa tally Injtired and her daughter Miss Nye was seriously hurt when a New York Central express train ran into their automobile near Niagra Falls Flood warnings to lower Ohio river boatmenand bayou farmers were Is sued by the weather forecaster at Evansville who says that the river will probably reach a stage exceeding that of January within the next week At meeting of the State Board of Agriculture Forestry and Immigration at Frankfort it was agreed to lot J W Newman remain as secretary of the State Fair twtll the courts decide who are tho 1Q theIIi1Jr granted Robert hair Jr untfM dlctment In the Nicholas clrctilt court on the charge of compile ftwjn lira Wiling 4Hiram Hedges ball and fixity It il IIOJXW which ho ex- osY5t9 elYoA great crowd was th0iearng rd Curry who recently retired from partnership In the lesa grocery firm of Curry Tunis J0rwojd Lexington organized a company which purchased the es nt and good will of te whole- silo graferyof J II Flood Co t Dont Break Down Severe strains on too vital organs like strains on machinery cause break ilopris You cant overtax stomach liver kidneys bowels or nerves without serious dango to yourself If you are weak or rundown or under strain of any kind take Electric Bit era the matchless tonic tnedlcino tire J E Van do Sandeof Kirkland Ill writes That I did not breakdown while enduring a most severe train for three tnoats la duewholly to Electric bitters1 Use them and enjoy health and strength Satisfac Mon positively guaranteed 60c at penhyia Drug Store c c HELMS STRONG SPEECH Vigorously Opposes Pending Bill on Ocean Mail Subsidy Our Diplomacy Faulty Kentuckian Declares Ship Subsidies Will Not Bring Desired ResultsI BY ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON D C Feb 24Vlgo routly opposing mail steamship eubai dies Representative Helm of Ken tucky In a speech In the House today declared that tho United States gov eminent was being converted into a gl frantic pawnbrokers shop for the pur pose of extending trade Ho Insisted that subsidies had not built up the mar itimo Interests of tho United States I do not subscribe to that course or policy that would convert this government into a gigantic pawnbrokers shop In order to acquire trade declares Mr Helm 1 do not think wo are materiallyjmproving our trade rela tions with Central and South America by attempting to put men selected at Washington In control of tho govern ments of certain of these countries In my opinion it will require something moro than subsidy to overcome the ad verse feeling engendered by our present policy in that zone of the Western Hemisphere which should bo our best market am apprehensive that tho good ef visitipublics looking to moro cor dial relationships with these govern ments has been largely discounted by our more recent domineering policy there I fear some blunders and mis takes have been made That quarter of the globe is on tho eve of great do velopment from which wo are In posi tion to reap some of the benefits and I surely believe that tho Root policy will yield us better returns than the coer Give policy Tariff laws Mr Helm declared had made the United States a dear market It la as unreasonable he added for us to expect the foreigner to pur chaso in a protected market where the teller insists on his profits that arise by operation of law as it is to expect the Individual to do his shopping at the highest priced store in any given local try The reportof the Commissioner of Navigation shows that wo have three subsidized lines on the Carribean route tad the full complete and final answer to all arguments in support of subsidy a a trade producer is that notwith standing these subsidized lines our rode in that sphere has decreased In stead of increased Mr Helm concluded his remarks by teetering his opposition to subsidy of my kind The applause that greeted Mr Helm when he first arose evidenced the high esteem In which ho Is already held among the older members The Inter cst and applause accorded him throughout was evidence of the worth of his poech which was about an hour in ength Mr Helm has seldom talked except to answer roll calls he claims to have answered moro than any other number who has been there less than three years but when ho does talk he evidently studiesland prepares what he has to say This was even moro evi dent in his speech of last Thursday than It was in his speech on the tariff at the extra session His position on the Insular AffaIrs Committee has gay en him an opportunity to study the mall subsidy grab in all of its phases and he has Improved said opportunities Mr Helm arrived home Saturday to attend the meeting of the district Congressional committee at Nlcholasville Thursday Ho says ho has confidence In thowisdam of tho committee and III only asking them to give him a pri nary In which all of the democratic VQo ters can have a say and which will be lair to as many or as few as want to run against him for tho nomination MATRIMONIAL- C O Bryson who used to visit a mIghty handsome woman here was married in Cynthiana last week to Miss Caroline B Ross He Is a postal clork op the Cincinnati Knoxvlllo division Mr R G Hampton and Miss Minnie Sine of Stanford drove over here on Wednesday night and wero married at midnight 6y the Rev C C Brawn at hIs residence Tho couple spent tho nightat the Kengarlan and drove back ome Thursday morning They expe ienced some little trouble in obtaining carriage license but finally a messago was sent to see Deputy Clerk Wherritt who at once gave the happy couple heir license and sent them on their way rejoicing Lancaster Record Breathe Hyomel Get the same pleasant germ killing air you would get in the Eucplyptus foreeta of Australia and cure catarrh G L Penny guar nteea it Complete outfit fl Extra ittlesMcwU ZZ Cccccccnc U JIIJ Z reenaerneeaaa reyrvvvvv vvvv wvevevvr vrra L Jill Ell llYEllSTE Ite i Calls For tl tic i Early Spring Suits LI 1 lour line full of Snappy Stylish all wool Hmade by the best tailors in Amsrica is SUitsll I your inspection We have taken extra care a lecting some Nobby patterns especially in GEaE S ii I ni 41 j l J clothes have and you will wonder why you have f not worn them sooner IiiKENTUCKY HOME Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes2 Ii yrevvcsvvvvvvvvvvaavvvy a JIIPS r rasa A Hi2 L71AAM JIIJ11 AM 1ICe ICICeCrce efO = = i Lincoln Circuit Court Pearl C Freeman Plaintiff vs Ji R Freeman defendant This case comingon for trial and be ing submitted on tho petitioners depositions reports of the corresponding attorney on file and tho other exhibits to the court for opinion and judgment and the court being now sufficiently ad vised is of the Jipinion that the plain tilt is entitled to the relief sought in her petition it is now ordered and ad judged by the court that the plaintiff be and hereby is divorced from the de fendant J R Freeman and restored to all tho rights privileges and ameni ties of an unmarried woman and it appearing from the proof that the plaintiff Isjmoro competent to bring up the little baby girl Margureto Free man morally and possessed of ample financial means to give the bright little girl a good education and it appearing that the plaintiffs deportment and her own moral conduct during her lonely abandonment have been like tho stain less snow upon Mount Sinai and aa pure as the frozen gems that glitter upon Its Icy surface the court with much pleasure allows the plaintifflPearl C Freeman to retain the care custo dy and continuous possession of the priceless little treasure Margurete and that the defendant pay the cost of this action and that the plaintiff allo recover of the defendant the attorneys fee of 15 she has paid herein for which plaintiff may havo execution and tho other costs herein expended and that this action be now stricken from this courts docket A true copy J D SWOPE C L C C FONTAINE Fox Bonnrrr Atty The Lash of A Fiend would have been about as welcome to A Coopor of Oswogo N yas amer ollesa lungracking cough that defied all remedies for years It va9 most troublesome at night ho writes nothing helped me till I used Dr Kings Now Discovery whicfc cured mo completely I never cough at night now Millions know Its matchless merit for stubborn colds obstinate coughs Boro lungs la grippe asthma hemorrhage croup whooping cough or hayfever It relieves quickly and never falls to satisfy A trial con vinces 50o 1 Trial bottle free Its positively guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store cams have been falling thro IHeavyOhio valley for tho past 24 hours and with melting of the snow added flood stages are predicted in the Ohio river during tho week In an opinion delivered by Justice Shields the Supreme CourtofTennessee pheld the constitutionality of the gen oral election law of the last General LHembly l Sanora Talbott the oldest man in Boarboa county ia dead at W years Oe Lincoln County national Bank I Of Stanford Kentucky tM Capital 5000000 Surplus 4300000 Resources 34000000 St H SHANKS PRESIDENT WM BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTONVICEPRESIDENT J WIROCHESTER ASST CASH V H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER CLER- KDIREOTORSt 4 W 0 Walker Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W CarterStanforoV John Rankinf Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachorsville Lilburn Gooch Gilbert CreekY FIRST NATIONAL BANK a STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN J882- CAPITAL STOCK 50000rSURPLUS vHASCombineslAbsolutc Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use ofjjbur Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICERI I S Hocker President- S T HarrisVicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Met Cashr WMVSaunders Bookkeeper DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baujhman M D Elmore J M Fettus P H C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris co C Robinson E C Walton J S Hocker W H Murphy t WINTER TOURIST TICKETS a TO THE SOUTH and SOUTHEAST ON SALE DAILY VIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31st 1910 for Fall Prti +n call oe or writ- el a D C lING P T Aj 0 II Male 5c t81ollIII r l The Interior Journal l rSHELTON M SAUFLEY r HELMlLincoln county li a candidate for reo JltofnominallonforCon Bress from tbe Eighth subject to t e action of the demo I cratic party t Political Doings at The State Capi tal FEB 28Tho clog 11FUNKFORTKy Assembly seem strenuous of all County Unit bill be- lieveY that they have a chance after all r to get it through the Senate and sr 1sofasto concentrate all efforts to thi The bill went through the House i h at its Saturday session without any trouble Representative William H Shanks ranking officer of tho Rules Comrrittec called the bill out for pas sage as tho firstjact of the Rules committee which is now in control in the lower branch There was much pent up oratory which had to be spouted boo fore thelvotclwasfinally taken Speech r es for tho bill were made by S M Rus sell of Todd county Geo C Waggon er of Henry county and M G Colson of Pulaski county Lillard Carter of MercerttI rt Harry Myersof Covington spoke iM iThelvotelwas C3 to28 Col 4China surprised overyone by voting for the bill but before the result was an aounced changed his vote to the nega tiveFew believe that there is any chance to get the billup for passage in tho Senate Many of the Senators who aay they would vote for toe bill on final passage will not vote to bring it out They do not want to go on record one way or the otherS- ENATOBlHUBBLEs POSITION Senator R L Hubble of the Lincoln district says that he has received many letters from constituents in the four counties he represents commending the course he has taken His friends say that attacks on him by papers in the district for his refusal to support the County Unit bill are purely gratuitous and uncalled for They say that Sena tor Hubblemade no concealment either before orjaf ter the election of his position hemade his race as opposed to further extension ef the County Unit law and was elected On the other hand his republican opponent ran as a friend of the bill and was defeated The INTERIOR JOURNAL does not believe that the temperance people of Lincoln county were deceived in the attitude of Senator Hubble He declares that he promised no one that he would support the County Unit bill as he considers that high licensed saloons with complete police regulations are much preferable to blind tigers However widely the INTERIOR JOURNAL may differ with Senator Hubble as to what is the wisest and best policy toward the liquor traffic it believes that he has maintained the one position upon which he has stood at this session both before and after election and is not to bo put in the class with those Senators who have openly and wilfully violated both writ ten and spoken pledges to their constituents BOND ISSUE BEATEN The Arnett bill for a bond issue of 2500000 was twice defeated in tho Senate but its friends think they may be able to get it through after all While the Senate was defeating the bond is sue the House passed a bill for issual of interestbearing warrants to help the State out of its indebtedness Re lief from both sources may be necessary before the deficit can be wiped out however Many of the members of the Legislature are wondering whether i they will be given any salary money on the first of the month when the other employes of the State are paid 01II The Legislators feel that they are asI much entitled to ttier- x money as other officials of the State and there is going to be a howl if any discrimination is shown Auditor James paid his clerks out of his own private bank account so that they would not have to wait for ready funds should the public excheq uer be exhausted before the ghost can walk Several Lincoln county farmers took much interest in the meeting of the State Farmers Institute last week and the election of a secretary to tho State Fair S T Harris and Sam Owens were here helping their good friend J W Newman who has made a big suc cess of the fair at Louisville during his previous terms The Institute got into the usual squabble over the election with the result that the courts will be Invoked to settle the troubles It was agreed that Newman shall hold on unto the dispute is settled- Ar number of wellknown Lincolniles or neighbors were over here to see the i Legislature in session mix with the farmers and view the new capitol Among them were ExSheriff W L Lawson and W G Gooch of Garrard D W Givens J C Eubanks and Earl Coleman of Stanford A GUBERNATORIAL ASPIRANT There was one visitor here during the gathering of the farmers whose friends thought that he could probably build some fences with the agricultural ktain preparation for a race for the ti next democratic nomination for GOY ernor of Kentucky This vial tor was Congressman Ben Johnson of the Fourth district whom the Louisville machine is trying to foist upon the dem ocracy off the State Usually a very cold proposition the candidate silo manage to warm up a little for the country boys but it la notbelieved that he got much consolation The country democracy of Kentucky is going to be mighty suspicious of any candidate that the Louisville bunch tries to put over Those who know Congressman Johnson well say that he In lacking in almost every element of strength which the next democratic nominee for Governor must have to win ORear seems cer tab to bo the republican standard ocrncysto pick n man a class than Johnson lint of this morn anon S M S Enjoying Summer In Winter Time To tho Editor of the Interior Journal CLEARWATEII FLA Feb 2GAa has been remarked on many occasions this is a great country It is also a country of varied climates While you are shiv aping from boreal blasts we are bask ing in the sunshine Tho air is laden with the perfume of flowers and resonant with the songs of birds The mer cury went to 55 yesterday but it was not oppressive and the nights are glo rious with their breezes from tho gulf refreshingClearwater Gulf of Mexico and about 300 miles South of Jacksonville Of tho many charming spots that we have visited In tho Land of Flowers this is the most beautiful with its orange groves palms and other rich foliage so strange tome to see in the dead of winter It is just like June in Kentucky though the warmth is not near so debilitating The unusually disagreeable winter has filled Florida full of Northern people while KentuckyalsofurnishesaliberalshareThere Ing John E Stormes and wife of your neighboring town of Lancaster and others of Garrard The largest hotel here the Verona is kept by a Harrods burg boy a son of exJailer Chatham and there most of the Kentuckians are gatheredThis indeed the fishermens para dice and the strings the lovers of the sport bring in would make the Stan ford Isaac Waltons stretch their optics I saw a man pulling up from the pier yesterday with a 20 pound sea bliSS which was as pretty a fish as I ever saw What vexes me is that when fist Is so plentiful and oranges can be had for the pulling that the hotels fre quently dp not serve either for break fast and often not fish for any meal while oysters are at many of the hos telries as scarce as in those thousands of miles from where they grow It seems to be the rule that those things are leaatjappreciatcd that are the most plentiful We and when I use tho plural pronoun LmeanlMra Walton Mary and myself spent a week at Winter Park another Garden of Eden before going to Tampa where your brother and mine T R Walton andlwlfe are spending the winter and enjoyed every moment of it The celebration in honor of tho Panama Canal was on at Tampa and the beautiful city was too crowded for comp fort so we came over here The Tam pa Bay Hotel on which the great Plant system spent threetmillion dollars and which is the fineatjin all these parts with grounds as beautiful as the building was filled to the doors although the rate was 10 a day and up The ho tots advertise the minimum price add- Ing the monosylables and up and it is always up when you apply and very much so While there arejhundredj of garden spots in Florida they are the exception not the rule fort the greater part of the State is the most Godforsaken desolate country tho crow ever flew over and took his rations with him to avoid starvation The people are as a general thing shiftless and indolent and do not live up to the few privileges they have It isentirely Northern men and Northernmoney that have made Florida worth coming to Plant and Flagler almost made Florida the former in his lifetime doing for the west coast what the latter is now doing for tho east Flagler is now building a railroad to Key West absolutely bridg ing a portion of the ocean in doing so His chain of hotels are all large and magnificent Tbe Poinceana at Palm Beach being the largest in the world its spacious diningroom seating 2000 persons Tho rates are almost prohibitive forfother than millionaires so we tarried4justlong enough to see it all It is on thefAtlantic and bathing is always a delightful feature in old ocean there as It can be enjoyed all the yearround Seeing Stanford on our trunk the depot agent atWinter Park asked if I was fromthcre remarking that ho was from Crab Orchard I am a nephew of FontaineFox Bobbitt he said with evident pride and my name is Sig ler So it will be seen that some of yourjcitizens at least havo wandered worn With what he said he reading the INTERIOR JOURNAL twice a week Those who never visited Florida in winter haveimisced half the joys of life I had been in the State before but it was prior to ita great development and Ibad nd idea what was in store My advice to aU who can is not to see Rome and die but to come to Florida and live during the winters leastW WALTON HINEIGHBORING COUNTIES The widow of Charles L Pates is dead in Jessamine I Miss Sallie Harris aged 74 is dead at Crooksville Madison county Claude Chambers a well known Har rods burg citizen died after a few days illness of pneumonia Ed Perdee a London contractor was acquittedof the murder of Jas Young a Negro at Washington Pa Edward Tinsley n farmer was struck by a Southern train in Boyle county and probably fatally injured I Rev William Crow of Abingdon Va is conducting an interesting meet ing at the Presbyterian church In Mid dlesboro Louis VanArsdall express messenger between Louisville and Danville died suddenly in the former city lila home was at Harrodsburg I William Hans ford recently pardoned- by Gov Willson after being convicted under the habitual criminal law was- I given a sentence of five years in the1 work house for violating the local option laws William Gooch was sentenc chargeICHURCH MATTERS Rev J A Holton pastor of the New Union church near Midway has re signed and accepted a call to the Christian church at Jellico Rev J T Hoskins the pastor was not well Sunday morning and Rev R B Mabony preached a fine sermon in his pulpit at the Baptist church Rev Walter Frazee will conduct a Sunday school institute at the Christian church at McKinney Thursday and Fri day nights Ho will use his stereopti con and the sessions promise to be full of interest Rev Frazee will be at pRev of the most notable Baptist ministers in the South and widely known in the North died at Richmond Va aged 73 He led 31 members of his Mobile congrega tion into the Confederate army After the war ho was pastor of charges in Selma Ala Baltimore Louisville New York City Montgomery Atlanta and Richmond The family that cats plenty o- fQuaker Oats is a healthy rugged familyThe most popular food in the world be v cause it does most andcosts least Rerolar lOe packages aod bcrmlkally- tetltd tint lor bet clinaUrt 54 Auctioneer I I offer my services to the of Lln coin count ai BB auctioneer Katltfartlon guaranteedMorelondKyIIt FDNol Residence Tsrnrevll- lNotice To Claimants r Those baying claims against the estate ef the late J VT Untbleim will present tbtin properly verified to nt nt onH Those w- Inl will please saltle ImmrdlntAly R M WARE MKlnneyKyStock Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell prlvatelrtny stock of Oro cerle and Hardware Dolm a good bust nets Will invoice about Uwo llvaion 111 health CEO D HOPPKnTtanford4Ky FARM FOR SALE I A No1 Farm ot 1 oresIIone has four rooms and a good cistern Then Is o good barn and abundance of stock water Thls laud Is about halt Virgin Hull adnpJoo to raising grass hay corn wheat ooh hemp nnd and Is all In grins except about 80 acres and is on the pike near good school- churchecand depot and hal a good and outhouseLock Box 001 Stanford K- yFARM FOR SALE My farm of 67 acres of good land well hn proved well watered and fenced Is for ale It Is located seven mile I from nlal1rord In the Maywood section House hoi six rooms New barn and ther necessary outbuildings A bargain if sold at once J T LIVINGSTON R F lJ N 2Htanford NEW MUSIC I We have In stock a fine line of vo cal nud Instrumental musloull sold nt Sio per copy Will order uny special jiiece de sired Of sole a- tShugara fEL Tanners Drug Store Stanford Kentucky a Y31 n t 0IWell DressedW- ell dressed indeed is the man who wears the CLOTHES we eUoJ 9 now have on our display racks our spring suits from 15 and simply as pretty as the picture Every little detail is perfect and BETTER TAILORING cannot be made Let us show If a them to you and you will see the truth of our statement 1 H J McROBERTS r Stanford Kentucky TO THE FARMERS 1 will continue to handle Fertiliser lathe Jumbo and MoKlnney sectlonsandnskmy old patron to remember me I also askthe patronage of many new uitomem Dtt lPPLK London 1 B D CARTER Now Llvorv Depot Stroot Phone 06 8TANFORD KENTUCKY W A TRIBBLE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford KentucKy Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marblo and Cranlto Monu monts Markers and Poiti lAwnCOlDetetrandVases and Settees Me KLnneyKy I EXECUTORS SALE OF LAND IAll Executor of Monroe Curtis deed nt public outcry to the highest bidder- the courthouse door In Stanford Ky at about oclock on MONDAY MAROHKltlO county court his Into home on the Danville pike Property it about three miles from Htnnfonl and is bounded by the lands of Ire Mottle Wblto J H Jillion and the Danville pike lilri opposite the farm of T A Rice and contains by the deed 2u acres I rood nnd 18 poles or Innd lies on It n cottage barn necessary outbuild togs nnd spring Nice home conven lently located nnd fertile land Hale will bo made on credit of 8 months with interest ate per cent trout day of sale lurcbBior will be required to execute note with approved personal security and A lien will be retained prlvliegegiven upon cem lIance with terms of sale P M lloKOUKHTS Exr Monroe lotus Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We carry an uptodate line of goods FIEt a EEaere a t O L Penny II H Coffey E R Coleman Dr Hess 9 Poultry Panacea Iitel Will wake hens lay can them oi ducam and keep tact IB good thrifty condition The Increase in the number m of eggs laid will more than 1 for the small expense of feeding S Drugt li I PENNYS DRUG STORE 1 Stanford Kentucky 8BBB E i American Wire Fence GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make your homo as modern for your family as a city J residence and place yourself in a position to get tho lutcat market quotations- at 1 any time This can be accomplished by moans of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with itA toheadquarters ill mere Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we m uckyleJineeIllinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL k TEL CO H l- tlsolayeaaay o I i l rot 11 I I kr I WE I I J k I J 1 Come and f rr 4 4 SON KY i Atl The Interior Journal J u 1 SrANFORD KY MAR 1 1910 1 NEEDLES Dobbins and Shuttles for all sowing machines at Pennys Drug- Store tI 1 PERSONALS SILAS MESSER went up to Richmond SaturdayMRS 0 BRYAN and son are both quite tick Miss BcssiB RICHARDS visited Lan cuter friends Miss SALLIE DUDDERAR is with Lou tuvllle relatives MRS L R HuaiiEB is visiting her father at Ut Vernon JOHN 0 LYNN of Hustonvllle was here on business Saturday MR AND MRS J WESLEY HOCKER of Uustenvillc are both 111 MRS MITCHELL TAYLOR of Danville was In Stanford with friends FridayI MlM EUZADETH LUTES of Huston villa was tho guest of Miss Anna War rent MRS JAMES MRRSUON of Lebanon JuRclton is with her mother and sisters hereMR CLAUDE PENNYDACKER and wifeI of Danville visited Mr A C Hill and wifeHARRY a Fan and wife of Huston vilto attended tho hop hero Friday f night MR S J Bunch orders his I J from Chattanooga to Tuscaloo sa AlatMRS A G T SMITH of the Shelby Cityjicctlon visited her sisters here 4 Saturday MR R D WILKINSON is now repro 1Ieettstivo for the Metropolitan Life In surance Co Miss LuciLEICorrACB of Georgetown is tho guest of her sister Mrs a Gcorjfo MartinIi MESSRS S T HARRIS and D W GIVeRS attended the Farmers Conven tion at FragkforU Miss JOSEPHINE SANDIDGE of near Mercland is tho attractive guest otI Miss Anna ChancellorI i MESDAMES ML PHILLIPS and Annie t Rebbwon and Miss Louise Phillips are tiwith Lexington friends t Miss ETTA MAR JONES came up from Parkaville and spent a few days with her aunt Mrs A C Alford t MESSRS LIVINGSTON COOPER and M I D Shearer of Wayne county were l here last week looking for a farm Miss MARY D KENNEDY has returned r hem R protracted visit to her aunt 1M Black Given in the Vest End I REV R 0 MAHONY is bark from a t protracted stay in Georgia and Florida I He Is considerably Improved in health I REV A A HICCINS of Glasgow was here last week to see his grandmother Mrs Elizabeth Higgins who continues ill PROF J W IRELAND left yesterday afternoon for Indianapolis to attend tho National convention of City school superintendents Miss VIRGINIA BOURNE came over from Bourbon College Saturday and spent a few days with her aunt Miss Florence Tiruchcart I MR II F SHACKELFORD of Oregon Y Mo is withlhis niece Mrs J A Al v len Mr S used to live here and this la hit first visit to his old home in 45 yearsMiss FRANCES EUBANKS who has been nursing Mrs J II McAlister has returned to her homo In Lexington f a Mrs McAlister being well enough to give her up MR It F SLOAN who went to Mill Springs Wayne county to visit rela tives prior to his departure for Nevada Iowa to locate was taken with pneu mona and was very 111 for somo time He and his family took yesterdays train for their new home JAMBS ROBERT NEWLAND Jim Bob as his many friends know him will leave Wednesday to take the posi tion in the general office of the T P Railway Cp at Dallas Texas ho held so creditably for several years Isis brother Thomas D Newland Jr of J here Danville will succeed him in the etoro whoJpast two years will come to Somerse the first of next week to make their II home Mr Owens will resign his with the Q C at Danvilfe I pan nowboperatingintheses mpart StateSomerset 1f IMRS S J EiinrtY is quite sick JAMES I WILMOT is very sick LoulsvllhI spentIspent Sunday nt home I Sunday sisters MR GEO B SAUFLEY is some better Tho other sick people of town and viI cinity are all doing well GIVE mo credit for ton tho best paper on enrthiwrites Clarence Withers formerly of this county but now residing in Lexington MRS W H SHANKS returned toI Frankfort with her husband yesterday and will spend a week or so with him Her sister Miss Olivia Baldwin of Madison is her guest there Miss BERTHA EADS has returned from a vlst to her sister Mrs Will Brown at Mill Springs Miss Katie Eads Is visiting friends at Hustonville MRS W G McBEB went to Rich mond Saturday to attend the burial of her nephew Mr Isaac Hubbard who died in St Josephs Hospital Lexing ton She will remain over a week or so with her sister LOCALS WANTEDTwo boarders Mrs A P Hunn Stanford 2L WANTEDSorao nice fresh butter at the Country Store SOc per pound I FOR SALE Day harness gelding and runabout Apply to E C Walton PIANO FOR SALESquaro varietyC Will sell cheap Apply at this office FOR SAL Seconbdnd hqatlng stove Bargain if sold at once This cilice MR W H MURPHY bought of Mr C E Tate a block of First National Bank stock at 15125cCHIEF B D CARTER is doing work in cleaning up the streets WeI hope ho will keep it up WR sinUardin county in 5G acre tracts to 900 acres and prices from 300 to 11000 Tfaeso lands produce fine Burley tobacco Stanford Real Estate Co AT a meeting of tho directors of tho First National Bank Friday afternoon Mr Clarence E Tate declined to servo longer as a director and Mr W Ml Murphy was chosen in his place LOST Between Jaa G Carpenter Jrs and Crab Orchard handbag and purse with several dollars also somo letters Finder please leave with Mr C or at this office and be rewarded r nON FONTAINE Fox DOBDITT will speak in tho meeting house at Rowland Thursday night March 3 1910 Sub ject miscellaneous one of much inter oil to the people ladles invited and requested to bo present A LITTLE son of Robert White accil dentally shot tho tenyearold son of T G Napier at Crab Orchard Sunday Tho children wero playing with a 22 caliber rifle when the weapon was die charged The Napier boy received painful wound in the neck THE democrats of Kansas City have announced that their candidate for mayor will be former Circuit Judge An drew F Evans Judge Evans studied law hero and Is a brother of Mr W L Evans of Huatonville Ho is a fine gentleman and the coming man of his adopted city STOCK Into Waynesburg Deposit Bank is climbing Several shares changed panda last weekat 115 President L G Gooch and Cashier Stanley McIntosh aro making a decided success of theirinstitution which is proving a great help and convenience the peo plo of tho southern end of Lincoln NARROW ESCAPE William Emene ger one of the men putting the roof on tho courthouse cupola fell from the top of tho cupola Thursday afternoon and lighted on tho roOt below some feet Ho was badly stunned but no bones wero broken and be was able to work Saturday Emenegeru home in Louisville MR LOUIS WlIlTT whllo hero fro Stroud Oklahoma had the remain- of his father Mr Calvin Whitt removed from the family gravo yard on tho old James Hays farm to Pino Grove church He will return to his home to day By the way we are glad to know that Mr Whitt is prospering in h adopted home just received our first installment of new Seehavo suits Skirts and capes no this ecnspns newest creations nnd arc positively right in stylo and price We have novelty suits 815and up Military copes band up New Spring Skirts in tho plaited styles See The Sui With The New Russian I THOROUGHBRED Black Minorca eggs 1 per setting Mrs W II Wearen NEW lino wallpaper and picture moulding just in J L Beazlcy Co WANTED countrymeathams sides shoulders jowls utcnt the Country Store THE a btwllI meet in tho lee ture room of tho Christian church at 230 Wednesday afternoon I HAVE for saleas agent several shires of stock In the Huston vlllo Na tonal Bank E C Walton THERE were three burials in tho Lan caster cemetery yesterday Mesdames A B Brown Sr Belle Austin and John Black TUB Ladles Aid Societetythe Christian church will meet In tho lecture room of the church at at 2 oclock sharp Saturday afternoon SAM ROBINSON has supplied his store with some very modern clothes racks and when ho gets his new shelving In his will be indeed a thing of beau tyITHOSE indebted to the estate of Dr L B Cook must settle at once or I will be compelled to collect tho accounts by law Mro L B Cook admx L B Cook MRS REIDS class in physical culture and elocution will give their Delsarte entertainment at Waltons Opera House on Friday evening March 11 which promises to be one of tho best we have ever hadI- SAAC HUBBARD a nephew of Mr Isaac Hubbard of this county died in Lexington and was buried at his home at Richmond Saturday Ho was a sen Mr B F lIubbard was 27 years old and married Messrs Isaac and J W Huhbard attended the burial S0 ACRE farm about seven miles from Stanford Land all cleared and in good state of cultivation ex room cottage barn double crib etc Right on pike close to good school house andchurch and in good community Well watered and fenced Price 2000 Stanford Real Estate Co THE First National inkhas placed an order with aMilwaukeo concern lor- a largo number of 1911 calendars I which will bear on them a beautiful I I picture of the new courthouse in duo tone Tho design is an expensive and beautiful one and the calendars will no doubt be much sought after WE congratulate ofPolice W Logan Wood of Danville on taking tho lead against tho blind tiger opera tors and arresting some20odd of them Ho of course was assisted by detec fives and citizens of tho thriving little city but his work was largely instru mental in the success of tho undertak- Ing TUB George Washington birthday hop at WaltonXOpera House Friday night was a BwellfafTair nnd was heartily enjoyed by the belles and beaux of Stanford and many neighboring towns Saxton Trost of Lexington furnish ed excellent music and Harriett Salter set a fine supper in Miss Florence True hearts dining room MR DAVID THOMPSON ono of Gar rard countys wealthiest men and ben t citizens died at his homo near Lances ter Friday morning after an illness of a month or more He is survived by two sons Messrs R E and Booth Thompson the former of the Crab Orchard section and several brothers His wife died a number of years ago flaA DISPATCH says Tho officers of Danville headed by Chief of Police W Logan Wood raided the blind tigers of the town capturing 28 all of whom landed in the workhouse Bunk Raum a Negro who was fined 1200 which ho paid a tow weeks ago was caught whitejon the cases for two months or IRlrE OLD AfcEMr S H Shank- and hie four sisters have all lived to ripe old ago and they yet give promise mundans6 0 years old Mrs Margaret Iloclierp mother of President J S is 82 Mrs Nan Logan of Missouri is 77 Mrs S J Embry is 72 and Mrs Vir ginia Grimes 70 Their ages aggre famlIh a record for longevity WANTED to trade lumber for barn patterns for corn and hay C J Sip pie London WINTER is over and good old Spring is now in our midst Now for a little Spring weather Mr Weatherman LOT between Pennys Drug Store and my home watch fob with E R C on it Reward E R Coleman LosTOn Wednesday Feb 23d boo tween Shelby City and Milledgevjlle a mink muff with two heads on it Finder please return to Mrs N W Pipes at Hustonville Ky- CLAiRORNE WALTON will conduct a rink at Waltons Opera House Friday night Those desiring to skate had best bring their own skates as there are very few left to rent he Informs us MRS REIDS entertainment is new and novel and her drills the most beau tiful wo have ever seen Frankfort Daily Call See her class In elocution at Waltons Opera House Friday eve ning March 11 WB wish to our friends and neighbors especially Mr Wm Cordier and family and Mrs Mollie Manuel for their many deeds of kindness dur ing our recent bereavement S S El more and family ONLY a few orders vbeen signed in tho circuit court since last issue no cases at all being disposed of Mr H Rowan Saufley of this office was ap pointed master commissioner of the Lincoln Circuit Court He will hold the office until his brother Mr George B Saufley recovers from typhoid fever SOME 25 or 30 friends of Mr Richard G Hampton who was married Wed nesday night caught him up town as late as 730 Friday evening and after warning him not to bo outso late again escorted him to his home on Logan Av enue to the music of several dinner bells tin horns tin pans etc Cigars and fruits were passed around by Mr Hampton aIM bride and after the crowd had given him still another warn ing about his late hours it dispersed very peacefully The clever gentleman esenpeheTOBACCO FARM FOR RENT I Idesire to lint out for the present year a small tobacco farm of 10 acres near Orore Casey county Good dwelling nnd barn W riteRrapplytntNUB Foley Wayne FOR SALE I Cover Hotel at Crab Orchnrd nlso storeroom Jun across street with post office ad joining and a cottage or otllco of three rooms All necessary outbuildings UIIB UOUTIH COVKn k Crab Orchard Ky I J BELDEN For houit carriage and sign painting derv nitive paperhanging ulso baggy trimming of nil kinds such DS tops recovered curtains and boots made Btopover AldridKesblnt k Ky1hoaeNof3J JBKLDUN Fruit and Ornamental Trees Everything for Orchard lAwn arid Garden One MrowMrry plants Free Catalogues No Agents H F Hillcnmeyer Sons LBIINOTON KBNTUCBY A W CURD AUCTIONEER Burgin KentucKy rI am a gradnateof Jones National Bcbool of Auctioneers Chicago anil have had ex perlence In the big cattle sales ttt the Union block Yards Chicago where wo sold some thoroughbreds as blah as llKO Alto In hone sales where 800 sales wsrtmado each day Auctioneering Is a science and I have studied It with this Idea He er phone mi before you arrange for your sole I con makosalestoyourudvantngo PlIONE2iH When Hungry Ia0 TO Oarsons Uestauront Lancaster Street Htanford K 9Steals served at all hours up to lUOO PK tDeltplace lu town for o good quick meal Cooking to suit our custorocrsour specialty Hplomlld new lino ot fancy Groceries not Coffee Sandwiches plea Buttermilk and sweet milk etc nt nil times WA CARSON Prop j it Blouse CoatI J t I Ir 1 SEVERANCE STANFORD t I I L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin Sis For Spring umolrrWe arc showing a beautiful line of Pongees and Shan tungs in all the new weaves i and colors Also tho Fore lards and Tussahs in tho fancy figured and colors Also the diagonals in the two toned effect of which all are very strong this season We have also selected some of the prettiest trimmings in tho market to be used with our silks in the gilt and silver bands and all oven i it HUGHES MARTIN CO i Dry Goods Notions r Shoesr v I STANFORD KENTUCKY n Farmers Attention Remember we carry the Hishest grade of FIELD SEEDS The Genuine Oliver Plows AND A LARGE STOCK OF COLLARS I 1 f HAMES CHAINS ETC W E PERKINS iJ Crab Orchard Ky Tinging Plumbing Heatiijg IDont let 1010 pass without having hot and cold water through your house with a beautiful w- hitePorcelain Bath Outfit Have W K WARNER to install your country water works with reasonable prices nnd guarantee We also carry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS Roofing ted Rotting PaintsCall see us Telephone 188 W K WARNER Stanford Ky W L MCARTYPrcs EO WALTON Pres L R HUGHES AT Stanford Real Estate Coe-4 Stanford KentucltyXt- a I Ii V Farms and Town Property Handled on Commission Stacks and 13oad1l Sold If you Have Property to Sell or Rent Notify Us Writo for Circular to LeR HUGHES Secretary Stanford KT n The Interior Journal s i Mtlertdin Ae PofrOU erf i mendchut matter 81II L li N TIME No II Mouth UlM P X I NOS880Uth 1045 A M Not North i40A Y- NollNorthe4Y r X NoI710t1IAIINo18I60p JOSS RICE Agont A S PRICEj Surgeon Dentist I STANFORD KENTUCKY I OCce over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Buildi- ngMASONS MEET 0FALodge No SI will mee- tlnitatedcommuntcatioaoneach first end third Monday nights of each mouth at T30 oclock la their hall on sister streeet IraeDlbcra of lodges are I tersallyinvltedtobepresent T W Pen mtagten Bee MM Fall and Winter Stock have your measure taken by n tailor of ex MTlenoe Then your clothes whether low price business suit or the finest evening tethea will have that Individuality and M which plainly Indicate they were made to wHieanuro trousers take vests top- eats for extra fancy and overcoats Fall and Winter ULBiploa on hand ready for your inspection HO BUPLEY The Tailorry CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE 1 can furnish the public with the best ai veil as the freshest of cut flowers plants of aU kind bulbs potted flowers on short otloe Also make a specialty ot wreaths lor for funeral purposes la connection with the above I have all ktBd of vegetables on hand at reasonable vrtets- OHRISTMAN OmEN IIOUHEB ED llODBAnn non- Stanford Ky lNttritTobacco and Tobacco tarns Nothing Butlnsuranco Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Nan STANFORD KY Residence Phone B4 Office 96 Insure with me and bo fully prote- ctedCONCRETIN G fife are In position to do all kinds of con anting sucas Work Pavements alo fact we can make any thIng from r lease down to a fenoe post We can serve jeu promptly and guarantee flr tclats priceskefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Mahoney Fish1 IjInsurance and Real Estate All kinds of INSURANCE on all kinds of property Only the larg est companies represented RatoaSu lowjas call ibo had anywhere Stanford Ky Phone 200 t JLBeazleyCo UndeitiKera and Embalm en Atso Dealers in Fcr akure MattingsRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer andd BealerlriHarness Saddlery sTANFORD KY CYi tpDtef HosIPhenes641 4 1 rJ n FARMERS DEPARTMENT i Live hogs sold at 1005 at Pittsburg FridayFity good ewes lor sale W Ei Moss Lancaster FOR SALKl00 young owes JeH Newell Yosemite Ky R L Bubble has sold 20odd pairs of mules recently at 300 to 350 J C Hays sold to Lucius Perkins yesterday 10 plain steers at 4c W P Klncald bought of IV P Black erby 6000 pounds of tobacco at 14c Sixty bushels of German millet seed for sale F Schnitzler Ottenhelm HOGS FOR SALEHave 22 head all kinds Robt C Watkins Maywood Ky Ct The widow of Issac Murphy the great est jockey of his day died at Lexing ton Jake Sheeler of Mason county sold 12000 pounds of tobacco at Mayaville at 30 per cwt Senator R L Rubbles T M Green won another 500 race at Jacksonville Fla Wednesday FOR SALEMammoth Bronze tur keys Very fine stock Mrs G C Lyon Hiistonville Ky WANTEDAbout 25 bushels of cow- peas last years seed Address Henry Ridder Crab Orchard Ky 3t FOR SALE76 to 100 bushels of orchard grass seed Extra good 150 per bushel B B King Moreland FOR SALE25 three year old mules All broken and in good working order Call on or phone Logan Hubble Lan caster R P D No1 I Shelby Tevis of the Shelby City section bought of Roy C White of Madison a fouryearold jack 16 hands for 700 and a twoyearold 14 hands for SOO- The court of appeals handed down decision in which the constitutionality of the Crecelius law Is upheld The act provides a penalty for both the seller and purchaser of tobacco which has been pooled Thomas H Stevens sold hls5Zjacre farm in Fayette to R R Early at 140 At his sale farm horses brought 60 to 220 mules 185 to 225 cows 60 to 80 hay 9 to 13 per tong fodder 16 to 20c per shock Irish potatoes 39c per bushelLANCASTER COURTA fairly good crowd attended Lancaster court yester day and business was reasonably good Most of the 100 or more cattle on th market sold the best bringing 5 cts Heifers brought 3J to 4jc Butcher stuff 3J to 41c A number of mule- went at 150 to 200 The horse market was quiet- BAROAIN257 710 acre farm about 1I100 acres fine tobacco land Nine room brick residence 240barrel cub shed granary silo barns etc Fencing good and place well watered Nine neverfalling springs cement troughs etc In a splendid neighborhood Stanford Real Estate Co Representative Helm was Informed by the chief of the Federal Bureau of Animal Industry that relief from the quarantine now held on Kentucky shee will have to be lifted by the local authorities Mr Helm was seeking to have a Federel order issued removing the ban but the bureau officials told him by observing Rules 31 and 32 of Bu reau Order 143 the Kentucky inspectors can secure relief in time for the lambing season Washington dispatch- R S Scudder the McKinney horse man has sold lour horses by Rex Pea vine in the past month for 4300 He bought in Madison county a mare and colt for a fancy price The mare id by Chester Dare and the dam of Star Pea vine the good stallion he sold at Lexington for 1500 Mr Scudder bought at Mt Sterling Maggards King an inbred Wilsons King and Laddie Buck by the great stallion Lad For Me which sold a few days ago for 21410 Laddie Buck is out of a Wilsons King mare and a great Individual POLITICAL Hon Mordecai Williams of Sharpe burg has announced for the democrat ic nomination for Congress in the ninth Suffragettes under the leadership o Mrs Q H P Belmont have established headquarters In Albany N Y and are conducting a most vigorous cam paignThe measure to create a State Board of Forestry passed the Kentucky Sen ate The bill introduced by Senator B M Arnett for the State to issue 500 000 of 4 per cent bonds was defeated In a remarkable speech Col James Gordon of Mississippi said farewell to his colleagues the States Senate The Senator made no attempt to deliver an oration but in homely phras es sketched his life and expressed his regret at leaving the Senate after a service of but a few weeks The two days lull in the strike of the Philadelphia Rapid Transit employes was broken late Saturday renewed hostilities in several sections of Philadelphia and it the efforts of all the State constabulary gathered there to disperse the mobs and restore some semblance of order A Man of Iron Nerve Indomitable will and tremendous ener gy are never found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out pf order If you want these qualities and the sticcdss they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills the matchless regulators for keen brain and strong body KorilPoanys Drug Store ti l- i PRe IDRNT TAn sent a special mes Hge to Congress Saturday urging lris latlon for the improvement or the sonnel of the ptesWent4- message outlines a bill retary Meyer which would reduce the ages of the senior officers and reorgan- Ize the lines A ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRE farm on good pike Has two house In 2J miles of railway station Land produces good tobacco Look at it and you will it Price only 2500 Stanford Real Estate Co NDTICEasa a a TO ContractorsLet- ting MONDAY APRIL 4th 1010 Notice is hereby given that I as Supervisor of turnpike roads for Lin coln county Ky will until 10 oclock- A M Monday April 4 1910 receive sealed bids for stone and gravel con tracts on tho various sections of turn pikes in said Lincoln county Ky haulingbreaking gravel must bo sealed and filed with me on or before 10 oclock A u Monday April 4 1910 at Stanford Ky and no bids will bo receivedafter that time Contracts will be let to the lowest and best bidder and contractors will be required to give bond with surety to be approved bmo theirIperformacontracts under the conditions hereinafter men tioned Stanford it Danville pike sec 1 from Stanford to Mrs Mattie Whites 30 rods stone Same sec 2rom Mrs Mattie Whites gate to Boyle county line 30 rods etone Stanford ti Rush Branch pike sec 1 from Stanford it Lancaster pike to Rush Branch 25 rods stone Same sec 2 from Rush Branch to Hubble 20 rods stone 1eHanging Fork creek 10 rods gravel- Same sec from Hanging Fork creek to Danville Huetonville pike 20 rods gravel Stantord it Millcdgeville pike sec 1 from Stanford it Hustonvillo pile to McCormacks church 20 rods gravel Same sec 2 from McCormacks church to Millcdgeville 20 rods gravel Stanford it Preachcrsvillc piko sec 1 from Stanford Crab Orchard pike to Wilkersons Branch 20 rods stone v ISame sec 2 from Wilkcreons to Crab Orchard it Lancaster pike 20 rods stone seap20 rods stone Same sec 2 from Baughmans gate to Bywaters gate 15 rods stone Same sec 3 from Bywaters gato to Crab Orchard 40 rods stone Stanford it Ottcnheim pike sec 1 from Stanford it Wayiieeburg pike to J G Lynns 15 rods stono or gravelSame sec 2 from J G Lynns to Boones shop 10 rods stone Same sec 3 from Boones shop to Ottenhcim 20 rods gravel Stanford it Dir River pike sec 1 from Stanford it Crab Orchard pike to Hoyden Switch 10 rods gravel Same sec 2 from Hayden Switch to Naylors1 lane 20 rods stone Same sec 3 from lord lane to Garrard Co line 20 rots gravel Stanford it Lancaster pike sec 1 from Stanford to Logans lane 25 rods stone tofStanford Waynesburg pike sec 1 from Stanford to Otteuheim pike 25 rods stone Same sec 2 from Ottcnheim pike to Maywood Co adat foot of Knob 25 rods stone Same see 3 from Maywood Co road to Carters Store 10 rods stone Same sec 4 from Carters store to Hutchisons school liouso 15 rods stone Sane sec 5 from Hutchisons schoolhouse to Butts store 15 rods stoneSame eeeG front Butts store to i Kings Mountain pike nothing Same sec 7 from Kings Mound rain pike to George 12 rode gravel Sane see 8 from Goo Gaines to Geo W CHfls 25 rods gravel Same sec 0 from Gco W cUns to Wayncsburg C rods gravel Stanford Hustonvillo pike eee 1 from Stanford to Cashs store 30 rOlls stoneSame sea 2 from Cashs store to Hanging Fork creek 30 rods stone Same sec 3from Hanging Forl creek to Hustonvillo 40 rods gravel and 10 rods stone- Hustonvillo it Colleys mill piko sec 1 from HuMxwvillo to Wm Cur sons 20 rods stone Same sec 2 from Wm Carsons to Mt Salem 40 rods stone Ilustonville it Bradfordsvillo pike whole road 20 rods gravel Hustonvillo it Danville piko sec 1 from Huetouvillo to Black pike GO rods atone Same see 2 from Black pike ti Boyle Co line 20 rods stone it II rods gravel Iliifltonvillo Carpenters creek pike whole road 80 rods gravel IIustonvillo it McKinney pike whole road 5 rods gravel McKinney it Cuflcya mill pike see 1 from canning factory to old tollhouse 35 rods gravel Same sec 2 from toll house to old Lair place 25 rods stone Same sec 3 from old Lair place to Mt Salem 30 rods stone Same sea 4 from Mt Salem to Casey county line GO rods stone McKinney it Turucravillo pike whole road 35 rods gravel McKinney it South Fork pike see 1 from Green River to the canning factory 25 rods gravel Same sea 2 front canning factory to G T Aehlocks hotel in McKinuey 10 rods stone and 5 rods gravel Same see 3 from G T Aohlock Hotel to Ilustonvillo it Stanford pike at J S Murphys 25 rods stone and gravel Turncrsvillo it McCormack church pike FCC 1 from Tnrnersville to Sam Helms 10 rods gravel Same sec 2 from Sam Helms to Sam Bishops 10 rods gravel Same sec 3 from Sam Bishops to Knob Lick pike 5 rods gravel Danville it Lancaster pike whole road 15 rods stone Lincoln it Boylo pike whole road 5 rods stone- Kingsvillo it Pleasant Point pike sea 1 from Stanford it Wayncsburc pike to Casey county county road 20rods gravel Same sec 2 from Casey county county road to King viUe 20 rods gravel Crab Orchard it Lancaster pike sea 1 from Crab Orchard to G W Evans farm 40 rods gravel or stone Same sec 2 from G W Evans farm to Garranl county line 25 rods gravelCrab Orchard A Chappell Gap pike whole road 40 rods stone or gravel Carpenters it Moreland Station piko whole road 25 rods gravel A rod of etbne or gravel shall con eist of 225 cubic feet Hand broken stone and grave1 must be on margin of road or section by Sept 15 1910 All gravel must be spread before Oct 15 1010 All metal is to be measured by the super visor who may designate when where it is to be spread All Crush ed tone must bo spread not late- thali Jan 1 1911 All stone furnished must be good sound hard limestone or quartz and broken into pieces not to exceed two inches in diameter Tho gravel must be clean and flinty and that furnished on McKinney Cofleya Mill pike must bo from Green River The court or its representative may reject any material not of proper size or quality Bidders must say whether stone will Ira broken by hand 01 crushed The supervisor reserves the right to reject any and all bids Blank form- on which bids may be made can b obtained from the county clerk Copies of bonds may be v obtained ai the County Clerks office Lincoln county owns a rock crush er and contractors will be permitted to use it at 1 per rod S K DUDDERAR Supervisor Turnpike Roads for tin coin County 4 L B NORTtlCOtT STANFORD KY Will pay you 12c for Hens 210 per dozen for Guineas 25 to 35o far Scrap Iron 5 to 7o for Rubber Take Him Your Produce THURMA1TK TUDOR HaHagor SHIRTS I See That Famous USTJ- Our RECEIVED Spring Line of Fam J ous Shirts if BEST MADE FOR GOc f Sco Our WindowsSAM ROBINSON i OUR BUGGIEStVRE OPENED UP AND READY FOR YOU TO LOOKaAT ALLINew StocK I Nothing Carried oycr from Last Year aalsant owla J W H HIGGINS 1I y Stanford Kentucky II Dont FailTo Get our prices onti Tobacco J Canvassa We Have the PRICE and the goods rL L SANDERS Crab Orchard KyIL i R B MAHONEY Prcs J T WHITE Sctfy W S FISII Trcas The Citizens Realty and Title Co 1 rleFarms houses and lots for rent sale or exchange Persons desiring quick ryy sales or purchases in realty of all kinds Call on or write us at STANFORD KY Promptness and Reasonable Commissions 1 Our Specialty Phone 200 a The Wintry Blasts May Come- And tho Rain and Snow Fall but I your stock will keep warm in Nun eUeys New Stock Yards Plentyof Covered Pone and reed aad Water Best market ia the Rtateth bring them oa QtHirt Dj 8ec nd Monday I M Asi fsattf f n