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NO. 1 u n n ji Mi ff place, watching from 100 to 1,000 cigar HELM'S STRONG SPEECH. J "rollors" nt work, listening to the "render," perched on n balcony, rend-in- g Vigorously Opposes Pending Bill on Ocean Mall Subsidy. them the latest news or tha latest novel, Is Indeed n curiosity. Our Diplomacy Faulty. Tampa poistuos nna hotel, built especially for tourists. The hotel cost Kentuckian, Declares Ship Subsidies $.1,000,000. It is a magniilcont strucWill Not Brlug Desired Results. ture, built of brick on a steel frame(BY ASSOCIATE!) IMIE33 ) work. Tho architect took his themo Washington, U. C, Feb. 21. from tho Moors, who built tho Allium-brv opposing mail steamship subsiand it seems that the landscape , gardener robbed the tropica for its dies, Representative Helm, of Kenminal. tucky, In a speech in tho House today, Tho original purpose was to hold tho setting. Tho inhabitants of Tampa now num- declared that tho United States govcelebration In the winter of 1907 8, hut business conditions throughout tho coun ber GO, 000 and if its rapid growth con- ernment was being converted into a gitry mado its postponement necessary tinues, a few mora years will run tho gantic pawnbroker's shop for tho purSomo months ogo extensive prepara- number Into the hundreds of thousands. pose of extending trade. Ho Insisted 1 tion began to bo mado to hold the Business, in nil departments, is flour that subsidies had not built up tho mar- r-- J t J i great celebration from Feb. 12 to 26 ishing. Tho orange groves, just out itime interests of the United States. le Governor Gilchrist Invited tho govern side the city, present n beautiful "I do not subscribe to that courso or se-- fj nt this season; the truck policy that would convert this governora of all the States and Territories to, be present; Invitations and tickets wcro farms aro ono mass qf green and if we ment into a gigantic pawnbrokers' shop sent all over this Stato and many other could have olr Kentucky relatives and in order to acquire trade," declared States; tho city put on her most gor- friends with us wo would doubtless say Mr. Helm. "I Uo not think wo aro geous apparel to bo In readiness for her with soma Florida poet, materially. improving our trade rela2 guests and for weeks tho cry of thous- "Whero the waves from gulf or ocean tions with Central and South America Break and sing their monotone, by attempting to put men selected at ands has been "On to Tampa!" Tho Washington in control of tho governcity Is crowded as never before; hotels Surging ovor reefs of coral, AI J XI ctrtJ In tho semi tropic zone and boarding houses ore overflowing ments of certain of thesa countries. In Ti and hundreds are turned away each Thero dost thou fair land of flowers, my opinion it will rcquiro something 2 day. Brilliant ovcnU of every descripmore than subsidy toovercomo the Best alone In massive strength, 9i' tion hado been planned. Hundreds and feeling engendered by our presAnd with robo of brilliant verdure hundreds of soldiers aro camped just ent policy in that zone of the Western Deck thy grand majestic length. TC az X 4 x-r-:: z outside the city nnd each morning they j. Why should not brave Ponce DeLeon Hemisphcro which should bo our best aro open to visitors. Sovcral warships Think tho Indian legend truth. market. , aro tn tho harbor and they aro open to "I urn apprelicnsivo that the good efThat from out thy flowery bosom Inspection at some time each day. Gushed the Fount of Kndlesa Youth? fects of former Secretary Root's visit s More than 30 conventions of various who are streaming to the Central and South American reMay kinds have been and will bo held durThrough thy bright, enchanted gaUs, publics, looking to closer and moro corM ing the celebration. Military bands a redial relationships with thcao governBe thy true and loyal subjects, 9 heard on alt occasions; automobiles and ments, has been fargely discounted by Empress of the Southern States! ? carriages aro decorated with flags ar d our more recent domineering policy Florida, Fair Floridal" pennants; business houses aro draped thero. I fear some blunders and misFlonnie 11. McKeciinie. in patriotic colerjialrahlps make daily takes have been made. That quarter flights and ovent4. most scdato and NEWS NOTES. of theglobo is on the evo of great deposipessimistic aro qaMiralnod to join In Henry S. Redmond, millionaire club- velopment, from which wo aro in I tlio merry-maklar man of Now York, died at Miami, Fla. tion to reap some of the benefits, and An orent oflimisual interest at the been appointed surely believe that tho Root policy will William Price has 25HOME beginning of ;tho celebration was tho postmaster at Shopvllle, in Pulaski yield us better returns than the coerOF visit of the British Ambassador, Hon. county. cive pol'cy." James Bryce Ho was met by compa Taritr laws, Mr. Helm declared, had brother-in-laof Wyntt CombeJt, nies of soldiers and escorted to the Shcrilf Jasper, shot nnd killed Ed Kidd made tho United States a dear market. 4 Tampa Hay Hotel, Tampa's pride, "It is as unreasonable," he added, at Faubush, in the western part of Puo whero ho was lavishly entertained dur"for us to expect tho foreigner to laski county. ing his stay in tho city. A beautiful in a protected market, where the Lincoln Circuit Court. Thomas W. Bullitt, of Louisville, was reception was given to him and Mrs. stricken with paralysis while in a street seller insists on his profits that arise by U Pearl C. Freeman. Plaintiff, vs. J; R. Uryco at this famous hostelry. The car in Baltimoro and is now in a hospi- operation of law, as it is to expect the 3. flsgs which decorated tho msgnifl. tal there In a serious condition. individual to do his shopping at tho Freeman, defendant: Thi pmn eominr on for trial and be cent rooms and the costumes of the arBeginning the Seaboard Air highest priced store in any given local- ing submitted on the petitioner's dep my and navy ofllcers mado an attracity. Line will put into effect a general adtive setting for this brilliant event. vance In pay of two and one-ha"The report'of the Commissioner of ositions, reports of the corresponding cents exhibits, U. S. military band furnished the The Navigation shows that wo havo three attorney on file, and tho other an hour for all skilled laborers over the and judgment, music and altogether, it was an occasubsidized lines on the Carnbean route, to the court for opinion sufllciently adentire system. court being now sion long to bo remembered by thoso Judge B. L. D. GufTy, for many and the full, complete and final answer and theIs 4 fortunate enough to bo presont. vised, of thepinlon that the plain-h- it politics, to all arguments in support of subsidy years prominent in Kentucky ia nntltlprl to the relief sought in Tho Ambassador mado an address at and nt ono time Chief Justico of the as a trade producer, is that notwith In which he thanked her petition, it Is now ordered and adthe court-bousAppeals, died at his homo In standing these subsidized lines, our most sincerely for Court of judged by tho court that the plaintiff S: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT' the people of Tampa W.IM. BRIGHT, CASHIER, trade In that sphere has decreased In Morganfleld Sunday, aged 77. be ond hereby Is divorced from mo the cordial welcome given him and asJ. B. PAXTON. The body of Edward Denton, a spec-ci- stead of increased.." J. ASST. CASH J. R. Freeman, and restored sured them that both ho and Mrs. Brj ce Mr. Helm concluded his remarks by H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER revenue ofllcer, was found In a good to havo been rights, privileges and amenito all tho , felt that "It was HVYS FOSTfcR, CLERK. thicket by the roadside near Lincoln, declaring his opposition to subsidy of ties of an unmarried woman; and, It there." Lincoln county, Tenn. Ho had been any kind. appearing from the proof, that tne A feature of last week was tho DIREOTORSi The applause that greeted Mr. Helm plaintift islmoro competent to oring u,i Dr. Stiles, the shot, supposedly from ambuah. Hookworm Conference. An attempt was made to bribe Pros- when he first aroso evidenced the high Freegreatest expert in America on tho W. 0. Walker, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter.Stanford tho little baby girl, Margureto ecutor Garven, of Hudson county, N. esteem in which ho is already held man, morally, and possessed of ample hookworm disease and who Is chief of John B. Foster, Stanford; W. H. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Ranprosecution of the meat among the older members. J , to drop the The inter- financial means to give the bright little the Department of Zoology of tho U. kin, Lancaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; W. H. Traylor, packers, according to a statement mado est and applause accorded him through- girl a good education, and it appearing S. Public Health and Marino Hospital Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. , by an official of Mr. Garvcn'a office in out was evidence of the worth of his Service, and who aeo is a member of that the plaintiff's deportment and her H. Cummins, Preachersville; Lilburn Jersey City. speech, which was about an hour in own moral conduct during her lonely the Rockefeller commission for tho alle Goocli, Gilberts Creek.- Tho w'dow of Gon. Flagler wos in- length. Mr. Helm has seldom talked, stainabandonment have been like tho viation of tho hookworm, addressed the stantly killed; Mrs. G. F. Nyo was fa- except to answer roll calls (he claims to less snow upon Mount Sinai ond as crowd In a most Interesting way. We tally injured and her daughter, Miss havo answered moro than any other pure as tho frozen gems that glitter are thankful to say this disoase has not Nye, was seriously hurt when a New member who has been thero less than upon its icy surface; the court with Invaded our city. rclhriously inclined a treat York Central express train ran into three years) but when he does talk, he much pleasuro allows the plaintifT.I.Pearl For those their automobile near Niagra Falls. evidently studiesand prepares what he C. Freeman, to retain the care, custowas in store In the way of a Bibln stuFlood warnings to lower Ohio river has to say. This was even moro evi0 dy and continuous possession of the dents' convention, the principal speakisdent in his speech of last Thursday priceless little treasure, Morgurete, being tho noted Chas. boatmen,and bayou farmers wero STANFORD, KENTUCKY. er of tho occasion sued by tho weather forecaster at than it was in his speech on the tariff and that the defendant pay tho coBt of T. Russell, of. Brooklyn. Evansville, who says that the river will at tho extra session. His position on Tho parado of Feb. 22 wos tho most this action, and that the plaintiff alio ORGANIZED IN J 882. probably reach a stage exceeding that tho Insular A Hairs Committee has givrecover of the dofendant tho attorney's beautiful spectacle yet prcsonted durCAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. January within tho next week. en him an opportunity to study the mail feo of $15 she has paid herein, for ing the festivities. About 100 floats of SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. At a meeting of tho State Board of subsidy grab in all of its phases, and which plaintift may have execution, In line, the beauty of which canwere HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $2leoO herein expended, infant- Agriculture, Forestry and Immigration he has improved said opportunities. and tho other costs not be described. Undo Sam's was agreed to let J. W. Mr. Helm arrived homo Saturday to and that this action bo now stricken ry, cavalry, artillery and marine com- at Frankfort it Newman remain as secretary of the attend tho meeting of tho district ConCombines? AbioluteSafety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety panies, accompanied by machinu guns, from this court's docket. A truo copy. Stato Fair uptil the courts decide who gressional committee at Nicholasville Tho J. D. Swope, C. L. C. C. Depasit Boxei for Use ofjour Customers. We Solicit proved an attractivo feature. Your Accojnt. many foreign societies were arrayed in are tho legally elected members of tho on Thursday. He says ho has confidence Fontaine Fox Bobmtt, Att'y. in the wisdom of tho committee and Scores of automo- ,b96j4- national costumes. JuJjMtEryer, granted Robert Barr, is only asking them to give him a priThe biles. gallydecorated and representing in the Nicholas mary in which all of the democratic vo- would have been about as welcome to OFFICERS. DIRECTORS. many slties'ot the State, occupied an Jr., unuetndictment co'urt on the chargo of compile-itwl- ters can have a say, and which will bo of Oswego, N. Y.. as amer-ollepageant. Gov- clrciilf F. Keid, A. Cooper, J. II. Dauhman. S. Uocker, President;, Important place la tho Uio killing of; Hiram Hedges, bail fair to as many or as few as want to cough that defied M. O Elmore, J. M. Tettus, ernor Gilchrist added his presence to and flx&l ItV S, T, HarnWice-President- ; which ho oxe- - run against him for the nomination. J10.000. 11 remedies for years, H. C. Daughman, J. F, Cummins, "it was most tha parade. Six magnificent bands fur- cuiedlmfnedMcely. A great crowd was John J. McRoberts, Cashier; S, T. Harris, troublesome utT night," ho writes, no. C. Robinson, bished patriotic music; but space wjjj MATRIMONIAL. II. C. Baughraan, Aut. Cash'r K. C. Walton, nnthlnc holnd me till I used Dr. not permit! further descrijiiwrr v Uf' J. S. Hocker, roo XtaMTward who recently Curry, W.W.Saunders.Uookkeeper. wlf.hu! vorif much that Otlr Kentuck" W. H. Murphy. C O. Bryson, who used to visit a King's Now Discovery whlck cured partnership In the mighty handsomo woman here, was completely. I never cough at night people might be, here to parjUclpato In retired Jjrom wholesale grocery Arm of Curry, Tunis this National affair. married in Cynthiana last week to Miss now." Millions know Us matchless The cltfzw of Uik Jfeurg delight in &r Norwood. Loxlneton. organized a Caroline B. Ross. Ho is a postal clerk merit for stubborn colds, obstinate Tho clt Aock company which purchased tbo es on thoCincinnatl-Knoxvlllcoughs, soro lungs, la grlppo, asthma, division. . sailing It "TroplcjkltfaBSBa.''' cougu, from tablishment and good will of tho wholo-silabove lies Mr. R G. Hampton and Miss Minnie hemorrhage, croup, whooping grocery of J. II. Flood & Co. Sine, of Stanford, drove over here on or bayfever. It relieves quickly and ly jh5 It pos- Wednesday night and wero married at never falls to satisfy. A trial TO THB Don't Break Down. Wo. 91. Trial bottle free. an Ideal JHtWse'atHrTs a verita midnight by the Rev. C. C. Brawn at leawjprhrrftrlses.arb evergreen Severe strains on tho vital organs, his residence The couplo spent tho It's positively guaranteed by Penny's aad flowers art in .perpetual bloom. like strains on machinery, cause, break night nt tho Kengarlan and drove back Drug Storo. stomach, home Thursday morning. They expetiara Is raueh to Interests tourist here. downs. You can't over-ta- x falling thro'-orolns have Hot, eomes "Utile Havana" (Ybor liver, kidneys, bowels or nerves with- rienced some little trouble in obtaining Heavy Ohio valley been tho past 24 ON SALE DAILY for tho danger to yourself. If marriago license, but finally a message 0 out serious City).'a subject of Tampa, whoro and with melting of the snow or under was sent to see Deputy Clerk Wherritt, hours, Cubaiw and Spaniard livo. They you are weak or flood stages aro predicted In the havo their own quaint casinos, coffee strata of any kind, take Klectrlo Hit- who at once gavo tho happy couple added Ohio river during tho week. shops and clubs. A Spanish dlnnor at ters tho matchless tonio mcdlcino. their license and sent them on their tm restaurants Mrs. J. U. Van do Sonde, of Klrkland, way rejoicing. Lancaster Record. one of these world-fameIn an opinion delivered by Justice I did not break GOOD RETURNING, UNTIL MAY 31st, 1910 is something long to bo remembered. 111,, writes: "That Shields the Supreme Court of Tennessee Breathe Hyomel. Get the same pleas- upheld the constitutionality of the genAt the present time there are nearly down, whtls enduring a most sevoro For Fill P.rtlcuJin, call oa, or wrltt 300 cigar factories here, making nearly strain, for three tnontns, Is duowholly ant, germ killing air you would get In eral election law of the last General H. C UNCI. P. & T. aJjOI B. M.l. Si, LUoa. Kj. Uso them and the Eucalyptus forests of Australia, Assembly. 1,009,000 clear Havana cigars each to Electric Ulttors." . . ky. or a total of 300,000,000 enloy health and strength. Satisfac and cure catarrh. G. L. Penny guarSorkteg year. A visit to one of these Sanford Talbott. the oldest ?man in tion positively guaranteed. Mo at antees It. Complete outfit $1. Extra i Boarboa county, is dead at W years. bottles 50 cent. faetOfiM, teelag the cImb1Ibh of the 'Penny's Drug Store Tampa and The Panama Canal Celebration. Jn 19M tho United States Congress passed resolutions omlorslnir Tamps, Florida, aa the most sultahlo place for holding a colehratlon commomoratlnR tho benlnnlnc of work on tho Panama Canal. Tho chief reason for this selection was Tampa's nearness to tho canal, It being nearer to Colon than any other gulf port having adequato railroad ter- 2S'Lasssssssvs!M-f''442- Ifll la EflRItYEflSTERl Calls For a, Vigo-rousl- y Early Spring Suits. electing some "Nobby" patterns, especially in Our linp full of "Snannv" Stvlish. all wool suits. 1h;1iq kact 3ilriQ in imccipa ntran frry your inspection. We have taken extra care in bu guuu iiiissaectauii. tjuicU NOTICE that distinctive fit around the collar that?.. T If x. u P( mf J- ii..i. jj-j- homo-seeker- JScIothes have and you will wonder why you have?& ?not worn them sooner. ii. A . I Cummins & Wearen, ! STANFORD, KENTUCKY. i Hart Schaftner & Marx Clothes J! t pur-chas- 2stnAi a'4v4.4r?I, Of Stanford, Kentucky. Che Lincoln County national Bank $50,000.00 lf Capital, Surplus, Resources, 43,000.00 340,000.00 FIRST NATIONAL BANK, LasoTAFiend. r) ss lung-racki- ng ptj,in9nearing. ' 3 18Q ftWrawlwnSuperbly l thut&fofybay e o ifiiwf. WINTER TOURIST TICKETS i con-vlnce- s. SOUTH and SOUTHEAST ut 20,-00- tun-dow- m QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE " d , .rt gattflMMtf- Hls J tjMtjj iy m fc"" IlLijH ii4isi.f.llaj.ll.l"ali'plMisl'.'4t TTF y-- fPH . 'WtJI ""HW'jl jff f vr v V- - tf""Yr -E- Hi-i 1 ' t next democratic .nomination for Gov .. . . t I. crnor or Kentucky, inu - wuor was Den Johnson, of the SHELTON M. 8AUFLEY, Fourth district, whom the Louisville owxr.n. 1. irvlni- - to foist unon thedem- ocracy of the SUte. Usually a very HON. HARVEY HELM cold proposition, the candidate did of Lincoln county. It a cnndlilnte for for Congress from the KUMh manage to "warm up" a little for tho dlstrlct.subject to the action of the Uno country boys, but it is notbelloved that emtio party. The country he got much consolation. tlemocracv of Kentucky is coin? to be Political Doings at The State Capl mighty suspicious of nny candidate that tal. tho Lcuisvlllo bunch tries to put over. The Interior Journal. m mm mn-hl- had been in the SUte before, but It WMj .. w II. mmmm ah A.AnM. AM a IU1 nan a m Idea what was In store. My advice no to all who can la not to ace Rome and die. but to come to Florida and live, pr ul ki"""p"" W. P. V aunnjr tne winters, ai icasi WIWEIGHBORINO 7"f?a ?5r'BfffffffffffffffffffffE Walton. 'mjjMfsw $&. , 0, - ' COUNTIES. Frankfort. Ky. FEn. 28. The clos ing days of tho General Atsemblyscem likely to be tho;most strenuous ot nil The friends of tho County Unit bill bo lievo that they have a chance, after all to tret it throuch tho Senate, and ore lrolrii? to concentrate all efforts to this end. The bill went through tho House at its ISaturdsy session without any William II UcnreecntaUvo trouhlo. ShankB. rankine officer of the Rules Committee, called the bill out for pas sairo. as tho first!nct of tho Hules com mittee. which is now in control in the lower branch. There was much pent up oratory which had to be spouted be fore the.vote;was.finally taken. Speech ca for tho bill were made by S. M. Hus sell, of Todd county: Geo. C. Waggon. er. of Henrv county: and M. G. Colson, of Pulaski county. Lillard Carter of Anderson. Col. Jack'Chinn. of Mercer, ' Rnhnrf T, ITnrris. fof Louisville, and Harry Myers, of Covington, spoke against it.l .Thclvotelwas C3 to 28. Col. Chinn surprised overyone by voting for the bill; but before tho result was announced, changed his vote to tho negative. Few believe that thero ia any chance to" get the bill.up for passage In tho Senate. Many! of tho Senators who nay they would vote for the bill on final passage will.not vote to bring it out. They do not want to go on record one way or the other. senator:hubble'8 position. Senator R. L. Hubble.'.of the Lincoln district. Bays that ho has received ma ny letters from constituents in the four counties he represents commending the course ho 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 Hubble.made no concealment either before oraf ter the election of his posl linn? he'made his race as ODDOSed 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. Tho Interior Journal does not believe that the temperance people of Lincoln county were deceived in the attitude of Senator Hubble. He declares that he nromised no one that he would support the Countv 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 be put in the class with those Senators who have openly and wilfully violated both written and spoken pledges to their constituents. bond issue beaten. The Arnett bill for a bond issue of $500,000 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 issue, the House passed a bill for issual warrants, to help of interest-bearin- g the State out of its indebtedness. Relief from both sources may be necessary before the deficit can bo wiped out, however. Many of tho members of the Legislature are wondering whether they will be given any salary money on tho first of the month when the cither employes of the State are paid off. The Legislators feel that they are as much entitled to their 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, Bhould the public excheq uer bo exhausted before the "ghost" can "walk." Several Lincoln county farmers took much interest in tho meeting of the Stato Farmers' Instituto last week and tho election of a secretary to tho Stato Fair. S. T. Harris and Sam Owens were here helping their good friend, J. W. Newman, who has made n big success of the fair at Louisville during his previous terms. Tho Institute got into the usual squabble over tho election, with tho result that the courts will be invoked to settlo the troubles. It was agreed that Newman shall hold on until the dispute is settled. LIncolnllea A number of well-know- n Tho widow of Charles L. Pates is dead in Jessamine Miss Sallio Harris, aged 74. is dead nt cfooksvllle, Madison county. Those who know Congressman Johnson Claude Chambers, n well known Har woll say that he ii lacking In almost rodsburg citizen, died after a fow days' every element of strength which tho illness of pneumonia. next democratic nomlnco for Governor Ed I'crdce, a London contractor, wns must havo to win. O'Rear seems cer- acquitted of tho murder of Jas. Young, tain to bo tho republican standard-beare- n Negro, at Washington, Pa. was nnd to heat him the democracy Edward Tinalev. a farmer, will havo to pick n man in n higher ,truck bv a Southern train In Uoylo Hut of this, moro county nnd probably fatally injured. class than Johnson. S. M. S. ncv William Crow, of Abingdon, anon. Va., is conducting an interesting meet- Enjoying Summer In Winter lime. JnK at the irc,byterlan church in Mid- (To tho Editor of tho Interior Journal.) dlesboro. Louis VanArsdall, express messenger CLEARWATER, Fla , Feb. 20 -- As has many occasions, this between Lou svillo and Danville, died been remarked on suddenly in the former city. Ill home is a great country. It is also a country Harrodsburg. varied climates. While you ore shlv- - was at of William Hansford, recently pardoned blasts, wo nro bask-- 1 ering from boreal being convicted ing in tho sunshine. Tho air is laden by Gov. Willson after criminal law, was with the pcrfumo of flowers and rcso- - under tho habitual in the a sentence of nant with the songs of birds. ..The mor- - Riven liinen tnwt Mln ffive years fn fria Infill m . ...-.- ... it cury wont to 65 yesterday, dui It wns iAn sentenc- tlon aro not oppressive and tho nights ,v, glo- - p.I laws. William Gooch was charge. . ... .1 n.iir . - - fnr thrpn- vpnra on a similar '' " riOUS Wlin Wieir urceica "' making sleep delightful and refreshing. Thero are 180 cases yet to bo tried in Clearwater is immediately on the police court, says a Danvillo dispatch. Gulf of Mexico and about 300 miles w.TTtTg .m South of Jacksonville. Of tho many charming spots that we havo visited in Rev. J. A. Holton, pastor of the New . unmn cuurcu uua i unaii i ' beautiful, with its orange groves, palms signed and accepted a call to tho Chris- and other ncn iuiibk- - DU nan cnurcn ai jeiuco. ma r son in the dead of winter. It is Rev. J. T. Hoskins. the pastor, was just like June in Kentucky, though tho not well Sunday morning and Rev. R. EderheitTrcr, Stein & Co. warmth is not near so debilitating. Tho B. Mahony preached a fine sermon in unusually disagreeable winter has filled his pulpit at the Baptist church. Ilev. Walter Frazee will conduct a Florida full of Northern people, while Kentucky also furnishes a liberal share. Sunday school institute at the Christian There aro scores of them here, includ church at McKinney Thursday and tri-da- y nights. Ho will use his stereopti-co- n ing John E. Stormes and wife, of your neighboring town of Lancaster, and and the sessions promise to be full others of Garrard. The largest hotel of interest, Kev. Frazee will be at here, the Verona, is kept by a Harrods- McConnack's March 5 and fj. Chatham, Rev. J. R. Hawthorne, one of the burg boy, a son of and there most of the Kentuckians are most notable Baptist ministers in the gathered. South and widely known in the North, This is indeed the fishermen's para- died at Richmond, Va , aged 73. He dise and the strings the lovers of the led 31 members of his Mobile congrega sport bring in would make the Stan tion into the Confederate army. After H- ford Isaac Waltons stretch their optics. the war he was pastor of charges in Louisville, I saw a man pulling up from the pier Selma, Ala., Baltimore, sea bass, New York City, Montgomery, Atlanta yesterday with a which was as pretty a fish as I ever and Richmond. TO THE FARMERS. saw. What vexes mo is that when fish Is so plentiful and oranges can be had for the pulling, that tho, hotels freI will continue to handle Fertilisers Inthe Jumbo and MoKlnney srctloosandask my G. L. Pcuny quently dp not serve either for breakold patrons torviiiember me. I nloakthe fish for any meal, fast, and often not pntronage of many new utonier. i.c.nrr!.H. whila nvnters are at many of the hos- Uindoii, Ky. telries as scarce as in those thousands of miles from where they grow. It seems to be the rule that those things are leastjappreciatcd that are the most is r, :m mi$ v 'f hi ru.nui;iU......i, -- k"i - iit-'- . .JJ l,""c "i BBL Well Dressed. J. McROBERTS, Stanford, Kentucky, Well dressed indeed is the man who wears the CLOTHES we sell. We now have on our display racks our spring suits from 15 to $27.50 and simply as pretty as the picture. Every little detail is perfect and BETTER TAILORING cannot be made. Let us show them to you and you will see the truth of our statement. The family that cats plenty of jtf7i H. H. Coffey V.. R. Coleman Quaker Oats a healthy, rugged S. 3. CARTER. Dr. We, and when I use the plural pronoun 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, andtwife, aro 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 com fort, so we came over here. The Tarn- ni Rav Hotel, on which the great Plant system spent threelmillion dollars, and which is the finestsin all these parts. with groundsas beautiful as the build ing, was filled to ;tho doors, although the rate was $10 a day and up. The ho tels advertise the minimum priee, add ing the monosylables "and up" and it is always "up" when you apply, and very much so. While there areihundreds of garden spots in Florida, they are the exception, plentiful. Now Llvor- - M Poultry Panacea Will make hcim la, car them ot ditHutfC nnd keep Skeia la gooil thrifty condition. The increase in thti number uf eggs laid, will more than par for the email csx;ue oi fteding . It ia fold at Pcuuj'i Drug Htorc. family. lmean;Mrs. The most popular food in the world because it does most and costs least. Rrrolir package, aid brrm.lkallf 94 ka1c1 tins lor hoi dloiaUt. 10c Dopot Stroot, Phone 06. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. - & W. A. TRIBBLE. Furniture and Undertaking. Daj Phone J8. Night Phone 133. Auctioneer! nfr,r mv MnlrH tn the beonta of Lin coln eonntr nt aa aoctlimffr. Htlfrtlon guaranteed. II. W. M.WIIOUTKK, T Stanford, KentucKy. Hks Harry Jacobs, Dealer In and Manufacturer or; PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. IVutdsne. Tarnnvlllt. Notice To Claimants Mnrblo and Cranlto Monu- ments, not the rule, forjthe 'greater part the State is the 'most desolato 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 unl to tho few privileges they havo. It ls;entirely Northern men and Northernlinoney that have made Florida worth coming to. Plant and Flaeler almost made'Florida, tho for mer in his lifetime'.doing for tho west coast what tho latter is now doing for the east. Flagler ia now building a railroad to Key West, absolutely brldg- -. In. n lAipllnn nf thn ... w - .. in flnlm? y..w.. w. n i.ff. m so. His chain ot .hotels aro all large ..- Cemetery and Markers Thoin having claim aialnat the ritate of Vuaesandand I'osts, UIUcv auJ wrks, Hettees. lue laie J. w i.ininicain win prmrut iu.ui- Kinney, Ky. properly EUlOBtniODHt 1UUW.W! 111 Mttle Iminrdlat l j. ing r. M. WAKK. of MoKlnnay. Ky. lo Mc- rP,ysfej iniei executobs sale of land. . .. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. or neighbors were over here to see the Legislature in session, mix with the farmers and view the new capllol. W. L. Among them were Lawson and W. G. Gooch. of Garrard, D. W. Givens, J, C. Eubanks and Earl Coleman, of Stanford. Thero was one visitor here during Shuijan OX Tanner's the gathering of the farmers, whose keptjposted:by Reading tho Interior Drug Htore, friends thought that ho could probably Journal twice a week. Thoso who in winter agricultural-lat- a haviinever visited Florida build some fences with the Kentucky. ia preparation for a race for the have) miwed half the joys of life. I Stanford, a gubernatorial aspirant. I detlra to tell tirlvutely my stock of flro- MONDAY, M AIUJ1I H, 1910. eerie and Hardware, lmlrn? a gooil buil- nets. Will Invoice about ttM. Iteatou county court day, his late home on the ill neaun Danvillo plko. l'roporly Is uliout three OKO. n. HOPrKIt,'BtanIord,'.Ky, miles Irom Htanfonl anil Is tounded by the lands of Mrs. Mattle White, J. it. Hilton and the Danville pike. Lies oppo.lte the I farm of T. A. Illce and contains by the deed ftiufrti. rootl nnd lflnules or land. Hiisone It u cottage, barn and necessary A No. 1 Farm o! 183 acres. House has (our spring. Nice home convenrooms nnd a good cistern. Titers Is u good iently located nnd fertile land. Hale will nuunuu on credit of S months, with Interest at made o per cent, from day of sale. Iurcbaer will raising grass, hay, corn, wheat, oats, hemp be required to execute note with upproved nn.l fiil.Mf.i-n- . .. uiiil la all ........... exceuiltboui personal security and a Hen will be retained in irrufti ...... .. acres anu isou .iuviukv ncurKuuuiuiiwu. on mv miiu. t'urcsnser sunn uTe iuo iiriv ......i .si churches and depot, and has a goodorchnru llegu of piiylns cash. loasessloii will ho given upfmcoiiinllauce with terms of snlu. IfOCk IlOX Ml, The Poinceana at and magnificent, r. M. HcltUUBItlH, Kx'r. Monroe Ourtli. Htanford, Ky. Beach, being tho largest in the Palm Beating world, its spacious dining-roo2,000 persons. The rates aro almost prohibitive forfother than millionaires, U faim ai enough to see it artt tff Otfttful till Will I It Ha so we ror,ed7wellwtVrVdJlenc7d.i;foVai bathing h Is locatisi soven miles from Htaaford In all. It la alwava a!!dcliehtful feature. In old t he Mar wood section. House has six rooms. New barn and other necessury outbulullugs. .....! until ut ocean, there, as it can be enjoyed all k J. T. MVINtlHTON, the year'round. II. K. V. N. l.Htonlord, ly on our trunk, tho deSeeing Stanford pot agent at;Vinter Tark asked if I I was fromjthere, remarking that ho was from Crab Orchard. "I am a nephew of Fontatne;Fox Bobbin," he said with U'n hnvf. t.tnfA.1 in .topic n fine llflR evident pride, "and my name is Sg cl,Uuam,rameutaliuulo.alI sold nf tu-o at per copy. Will orter any special .piece de- ler.' So it will bo een that Some of ulttl yourlcltlzens, at least, havo wandered worn home. With what he said ho far .. . w.ii All'iHWUlliruif f uiuuruuiiifiwri.M.. f .lll sell nt nnlillo outcry to tho blithest bidder .. ,..., v uuur 111 muuiutu. oeioru ine coun-uou.- e Ky., at about t o'clock on .....f. .,! American Wire Fence. . FARM FOR SALE 1 outbuild-liiKsnndfln- jsjJyJgsjajagssfcaJig ... .. -J wA ...ki. CKSSmBBmSSSSSSSSBSSSSmSmS JMMssMsMsWa FARM FOR SALE! ILT 111 . 7""7" "3 ftkBtifKA NEW MUSIC Dinwiddie GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. & Co., RURAL TELEPHONES. Hustonville, Ky.i Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an line up-to-date 'lt' of goods. Mnko your homo as modern (or your family as a city Mil. FAKM12U: residence, uml placo yourtelf in a position to get tho latest market quotations at any time. This cati bo ncconiplislicd by moana of our telcphono uervieo, which you nnd your neighbors can get for a sum tliut is small compared with tho benefits received. Cull or udilrem our nearest oliico or writo direct to headquarters, Nuslivillo, Tenu., for iiiforinatiou regarding our spociul "Far-iner- s' Line" rate. If you aro not at present enjoying telcphono scrvlco, vro can immediately interest you. Our linos cover tho States of Kentucky, Teuuefisee, Misaieilppi. Louisiana and tho Southern portion of Indiana and EAST TENNESSEE TKL. A TELCO. IllinoU. (,ufoarjBATt irajtei. t&m-j- - Come and See. WE See Thoroughbred $1 -- 3 v havo jiiHt received our firt installment of new Spring suit", Skirta nml capos. Thcsonro this Beacons newest creations find nrc jwsitivcly right in stylo nml price. Wc have novelty suits $15 nml up. Military capes $5 and up. New Spring SkirU in tlio plaited styles. Blouse Coat. The Sui With The New Russian i SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. BrANroitD, & SON, London. STANEORD KY. e, Kv., - M.vit. 1, 1910 Bobblnj nnd Shuttle for nil newing machines nt Penny's Drug Needles, Store PERSONALS. Silas Mf.sseii went up to Richmond Saturday. Mrs. J. I). IlnYAN and son aro both quito sick. Miss Hessib Kiciiaiids visited Lan caster friends. Miss Sallib Dudderah Is with Louisville relatives. Mrs. L. K. Huciies Is visltlne her father at Mt. Vernon. here on business Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wesley Hocker, of Hustonvllle, are both ill. Mrs. Mitchell Taylor, of Danville, waa In Stanford with friends Friday. Mis Elizabeth Lutes, of Hustonvllle, was tho guest of Miss Anna Warren. Mrs. James Mershon, of Lebanon Junction, is with her mother and eistera here. Mr. Claude Pennyracker and wife, or Danville, visited Mr. A. C. Hill and wife. HARRY FrYE and wife, of Hustonvllle, attended tho hop here Friday night. Mr. S. J. Hurcii orders his I. J. changed from Chattanooga to Tuscaloosa, Ala. Mrs. A. G. T. Smith, of the Shelby City, section, visited her sisters here Saturday. Mr. R. I). Wilkinson Is now representative for tho Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. of GeorgeMiss LUClLECorrAOE, town, Is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. GeotRO Martin. John G. LYNN, of Hustonvllle, was Mrs. S. J. Emmiy is quito sick. Mrs. James I. Wilmot Is very sick. Mil. L. W. HUOIIES, of Louisville, spent Sunday at homo. Mr. E. C Moore, of Liberty, spent Sunday with his sitters hero. Mn Geo. U. Sauelky Is somo better. Tho other sick peoplo of town and vicinity aro all doing well. "Give mo credit for $1 on tho best paper on earth," writes Clarence Withers, formerly of this county but now residing In Lexington. Mrs. W. H. Shanks returned to Frankfort with her husband yesterday and will spend a week or so with him. Her sister, Miss Olivia Baldwin, of Madison, Is her guest thcro. Miss Bertha Eads has returned from a visl to her sitter, Mrs. Will Brown, at Mill Springs. Miss Katie Kadi is visiting friends at Hustonvllle. Mrs. W. G. McIJee went to Richmond Saturday to attend tho burial of her nephew, Mr. Isaac Hubbard, who died in St. Joseph's Hospital, Loxlng- ton. Sho will remain over a week or so wiUi her sister. LOCALS. Mask Minorca rggs, Wanted, to trade lumber for barn per setting. Mrs. W. II. Wcarcn. patterns for corn nnd hay. C. J. Sip-pi- L. It. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Mnrtin New lino of wall paper and picture moulding sides, just in. J. L. Beazlcy & Co. Wanted Somo country mnatham9, shoulders, jowl, etc., at tho Winter is over and good old Spring is now in our midst. Now for a littlo Spring weather, Mr. Weatherman. Drug Store and my home, watch fob with "E. R. C' on it. Reward. E. R. Coleman. LOST-On Wednesday, Feb. 23d, Shelby City and Millcdgeville, Country Store. Lost between Penny's ilh For Spring & Summor. The W. B. M. will meet in tho lecture room of tho Christian church at 2:30 Wednesday afternoon. I HAVE a for sale as agent, several mink mufl with two heads on it. Finder shares of stock In tho Hustonvllle Na- pleaso return to Mrs. N. W. Pipes, at tional Bank. E. C. Walton. n Wanted. Wanted For Sale. runabout. Piano Two boarders. Mrs. A. 2U P. Hunn, Stanford. the Country Store Somo nice, fresh butter 30c per pound. at r Hay harness gelding and Apply to E. C. Walton. Squaro variety. Apply at this office d Will sell cheap. for Sale. For stove, office. Sale. Second-han- heating This Bargain if sold nt once. Mr. W. H. Muri'HY bought of Mr. C. E. Tate a block of First National Bank stock at $151.25. Chief B. D. Carter Is doing good work In cleaning up the streets. We hope ho will keep it up. Wk have farms in Hardin county in tracts to 900 acres, and prices from $300 to $11,000. Theso lands produce fine Burley tobacco. Stanford Real Estate Co. Messrs. S. T. Harris and U. W. Givena attended the Farmers' Convention at FrngkforL, Miss Josephine Sandidge, of near Moreland, is tho attractive guest of Miss Anna Chancellor. Mesdames I.L. Phillips and Annie Robinson and Miss Louise Phillips arc with Lexington friends. Miss Etta Mae Jones eame up from Parkavillo and spent a few days with her aunt, Mrs. A. C. Alford. Messrs. Livingston Cooren and M D. Shearer, of Wavne county, were here last week looking for a farm. Miss Mary D. Kennedy has returned from a protracted visit to her aunt, Mitt Black Givens, in the West End. Rev. R. B. Mahony is bark from a protracted stay in Georgia and Florida. He is considerably Improved in health. Rev. A. A. Higgins, of Glasgow, was here last week to see his grandmother, Mrs. Elixabeth, Higgins, who continues ill. I'Bor. J. W. Ireland left yesterday afternoon for Indianapolis to attend the National convention . ef City school At a meeting of tho directors of tho First National Bank Friday aftcrnoor, THE First National Bank has placed Mr. Clarence E. Tate declined to servo longer as a director and Mr. W. II. an order with a'Milwaukeo concern for a large number of 1911 'calendars Murphy was chosen in his place. which will bear on them a .beautiful Lost. Between Jas. G. Carpenter, picture of the new court-hous- e in and Jr. 'a and Crab, Orchard a hand-baTho design is an expensive and purso with several dollars; also some beautiful one and the calendars will no letters. Finder plcaso leavo with Mr. doubt be much sought after. C. or at this ollico and be rewarded. We congratulate Chief of Police W. Hon. Fontaine Pox Bobbitt will Logan Wood, of Danville, on taking spoak In tho meeting house atllowlano, the lead against tho blind tiger operaThursday night, March 3, 1910. Sub tors and arresting some of them. ject, miscellaneous one of much intcr-e- it He, of course, was assisted by dotec- to the peoplo. Ladies invited and tlves and citizens of tho thriving little requested to bo present. city, but his work was largely instru mental in tho success of tho undertak acciA son of Robert White duo-ton- e. g 20-od- d Hustonvllle, Ky. in tho LanClaiborne Walton will conduct a caster cemetery yesterday; Mcsdamea rink at Walton's Opera House Friday B. Brown, Sr,, Hello Austin and A night. Thoso desiring to skate had John Black. best bring their own skates as there The Ladles' Aid Society or tho Chris- aro very few left to .rent, he informs us. . tian church will meet in tho lecture Mrs. Reid's entertainment is new room of the church at at 2 o'clock sharp and novel, and her drills tho most beauSaturday afternoon. tiful wo havo ever seen. Frankfort Sam Roiunson has supplied his etoro .Daily Call. .Sec her class in elocution with somo very modern clothes racks at Walton's Opera House Friday eveand when ho gets his new shelving In ning, March 11. his store will be indeed a thing of beau- We wish to, thank our friends and ty- neighbors, especially Mr. Wm. Cordicr i Those indebted to the estate of Dr. and family and Mrs. Mollio Manuel, L. B. Cook must settle at once or I will for their many deeds of kindness durbe compelled to collect tho accounts by ing our recent bereavement. S. S. Ellaw. Mrv. L. B. Cook, admx. L. B. more and family. Cook. Only a few orders have been signed - .p Mrs. Reid's class In physical culturo in the circuit court since last issue, no and elocution will give their Delaartc cases at all being disposed of. Mr. II. entertainment at Walton's Opera House Rowan Saufley, of this office, was apon Friday evening, March 11, which pointed master commissioner of the promises to bo one of tho best we have Lincoln Circuit Court. He will hold the ever had. office until his brother, Mr. George B. Saufley, recovers from typhoid fever. Isaac Hubbard, a nephew of Mr. Isaac Hubbard, of. this county, died in Some 25 or 30 friends of Mr. Richard Lexington and was buried at his homo G. Hampton, who was married Wedat Richmond Saturday. Ho was a sen nesday night, caught him up town as of Mr. B. F. Hubbard, was 27 years old late as 7:30 Friday evening and after and married. Messrs. Isaac and J. W. warning him not to bo out.so late again, Huhbard attended tho burial. escorted him to his home on Logan Avenue to the music of several dinner farm about seven miles frtm bells, tin horns, tin pans, etc. Cigars Stanford. Land all cleared nnd in good passed around by Mr. cottage, and fruits were atato of cultivation; Hampton ftffJ bride and after the barn, double crib, etc. Right on pike, crowd had given him atillanother warnclose to good school houso and church ing about his lato hours, it dispersed and in good community. Well watered very peacefully. Tho clever gentleman and fenced. Price $2,000. Stanford may never know what a narrow escape he had. Real Estate Co. There were three burials ... ... Wc aro showing n beautiful line of Pongees and Shantungs in nil the new weaves and color?. Also tho Fo and Tussahs in tho fancy figured and colors, Also the diagonals in the two tonal effect of which nil aro very strong this eenson. We havo aleo selected somo of tho prettied trimmings in tho market to bo used with our silks in the gilt and silver bands and all overs. y q HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. si m Farmers Attention! Remember we carry the Hishest grade of FIELD SEEDS. six-roo- The Genuine Oliver Plows, AND A LARGE STOCK OFCOLLAKS HAMES, CHAINS. ETC. T0IACC0 FARM FOR RENT Onsey county, ! I desire to rant out for the Drtsent enr n small tobacco farm o(10 acres ntiir Urore, (food dwelling nnd ltrn. or omutio write Ky..H. K. 1).11. u. 4.11. roiey, wnynes-burNo. FOR SALE I Gover Hotel, at Crnb Orcbnrd, nlso store-rooJim across street, with post otllce nnd u cottage or otllce of three rooms. All necessary outbuildings. II HB. I'UIITIH C.OVKIl. Cmu Orchard, Ky. W, E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. LiTTi.n dentally shot the son of T. G. Napier, at Crab Orchard Sunday. Tho children wero playing with a rifle when the weapon was dissuperintendents. charged. Tho Napier boy received a Miss Virginia Uournk camo over In tho neck. from Uourbon College Saturday and painful wound spent a few days with her aunt, Miss The democrats of Kansas City havo Florenco Trueheart. announced that their candidate for Mr. II. P. Shackelford, of Oregon, mayor will bo former Circuit Judgo An Mo., is wlthlhls niece, Mrs. J. A. Al- drew F. Evans. Judge Evans studied len. Mr. S. used to live here and this law hero and is a brother of Mr. W. L. Is hta first visit to his old homo in 45 Evans, of Hustonvllle. Ho la a lino years. gentleman nnd the coming man of his Miss Prances Euuanks, who has adopted city. been nursing Mrs. J. II. McAlister, has Stock in tho Waynesburg Deposit returned to her homo in Lexington, Mrs. McAlister being well enough to Bank is climbing. Several shares chang ed hands last week at $115. President glvo her up. Mr. R. P, Sloan, who went to Mill L. G. Gooch and Cashier Stanley McSprings. Woyno county, to visit rela- intosh aro making a decided success tives prior to hia departuro for Nevada, of thoir institution, which is proving a Iowa, to locate, was taken with pneu- great help and convenience to the peomonia and was very III for somo tlmo. plo of tho southern end of Lincoln. He and his family took yesterday's William Emene- Narrow Escape. train for their new homo. ger, one of tho men putting tho roof on "Jim Jambs Robert Newland. cupola, fell from the tho court-hous- o Bob," as his many friends know him, top of tho cupola Thursday afternoon will leave Wednesday to take the posiand lighted on tho roof below, somo 25 tion In the general oillco of the T. & P. Ho was badly stunned, but no Railway Co. at Dallas, Texas, ho hold fcot. bones wero broken and frowns able to so creditably for several years. His work Saturday. Emenegcr'a homo is brother, Thomas D. Newland, Jr., of Louisville. Danville, will succeed him in the store in Mr. Louis Wiiitt, whilo hero from hero. had tho remains Mil. and Mrs. Cabell Owens, who Stroud, Oklahoma, have been residing In Danvlllo for tho of his father, Mr. Calvin Whltt, remov past two years, will come to Somerset ed from tho family gravo yard on tho the first of next week to maku tholr old James Hays farm to Pino Grove Mr. Owens will resign his church. Ho will return to his homo tohome. noaition with the Q & C at Danville day. By the way, we aro glad to know nml will be connected with a bit; com puny now operating in tho western part that Mr. Whltt is prospering in bis arlnntpff hntnA. of the state. oowenei umea. m m "ii ing. ii The George Washington birthday hop rnone nu.ii.v J J. BKLDUN. at Walton'slOpera Houso Friday night was a swollJafTalr nnd was heartily enand Ornamental Trees ! joyed by the belles and beaux of Stan- Fruit Don't let 1010 pass without having hot and cold water through year neighboring towns. ford and many houBC with n beautiful ivhito nnd (inrden, thing for Orchard, Saxton & Trost, of Lexington, furnish- EveryOlio Million Htrnwfcerry plunts, ed excellent music and Harriett Salter Krre Catalogues. No Agents. 's set a fine supper in Miss Florence dining room. H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, itk Have V. K. WARNER to iuetall your country water works I.KXl.NOTON, - KKNTITCIO. Mr. David Thompson, ono of Garnud guarantee. reasonable prices rard county's wealthiest men and best A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, citizens, died at his homo near LancasWc also carry iu stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS; Roofing aid ter Friday morning after on Illness Roefing Paints. KentucKy. of a month or more. He is survived by Telephone, 188. Call nnd seo us. two sous, Messrs. It. E. and Booth I mn a gradaate of Jones' Nutlonnl Kckool Thompson, the former of the Crab exI'blcngo.und Orchard section, and several brothers. of Auctioneers, big cuttle salesbne hud nt the Union perience In tbu etoolc Yards, Uhlcugo, where wo sold somv His wifo died a number of years ago. thoroughbreds as high as 1 1, MO. Also In horse sales where Hue sales were made each A DISPATCH says: Tho officers of day. Auctioneering Is a science and I hate It with tblsldea. Heeer phone us headed by Chief of Pollco W. studied yon arrange fur your sule. I can Danvillo. before L.R. HUGIIE3,S. AT Logan Wood, raided the "blind tigers" wake sales toyourudTuntiige. PHONE E. C. WALTON, W. L. M'CARTY.Prcs. of tho town, capturing 28, all of whom landed in the workhouse. Bunk Raum, a Negro, who was fined $1,200, which ho paid a fow weeks ago, was caught' GOTO in 02 cases. Four detectives, one white Carson's Itestaurnnt Ijunciuter, Htrett, and three Negroes, have been working Htanford, K. on tho cases for two months. .. MeuUseredutnll boors up to 11:0) r. u. S. II. Shanks Hire Old AuE.-- Mr, and his four sisters havo all lived to a Host place lu town for u good iulck ripe old ago and they yet givo promise nii'ul. of many years' sojourn on this mundane Stj-cknml Dob sphere, wo aro glad to Bay. Ho la 75 Cooking to suit our customers our s'Clully. Farms ami Town Property HiuhIIihI on Commission. Hplendld new Hue of fancy years old, Mrs. Margaret Hock'er, Sold. If you Havo Property to Sell or Rent Notify Us. Groceries, mother of President J. S. Hocker, Is Writo for Circular to 82, Mrs Nan Logan, of Missouri, is 77, Mrs. S. J. Embry is 72 and Mrs. Vir- Hot Coffee, Hand lobes, pies, Itutter tullk, ginia Grimes, 70. Their ages aggrennd sweet rullk, etc., nt all times. For bouit, carriage nnd sign painting decorative riarwr hnuKlng nlso tmitsy trimming ot nil kinds men as tops recovered curtitlns and boots mr.de fMopover Aldrldge's black smith sbop West tium hi., Huiuioru h.j I J. BELDEN, Tinipg, Plumbing, Heating. Un Truo-hcart- Porcelain Bath Outfit. W. K. WARNER, Burgln, Stanford, Hy. S3-- When Hungry Stanford Real Estate Co,, Stanford, Kontuclty.! I ,' , a gate 376 years. ly In this section of Kentucky with audi a reeord for longevity la there another fami- W.A. CARSON, Prop. L. R. HUGHES. Secretary. Stanford, Ky, I - njutagg "jfcit! - ,t4mhm. '- -' - ",' "' ' iS&ftqf"" v'm r"sSi " h . r?rP rnes r jt-- i fTlJV t' v mmmmmmVnmmmmmmmmmSSmEamamSSaammmmmm t Interior Journal. PoO-Ofuo- Mntertdinlb dwi matter. t anford L. &N.TIWETHBLE No. No. No. . North, No.T7,10:A. 1:40 r. x. No. Il.Hoath.lliMr. t,'Houth, lOstt A No.tt,rortti.:W A. JOS. S. RICE,!Agont. I, M. M. M. 6:11 P. M. M. A. S. PRICE, Surgoon Dontlst, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Qfice over McRoberts Drug Storo in the Owsley Building. MASON'S MEET. Lincoln Lodge No. 00 F. A A. M. will meet to ststrtt communication on encb tint nnu third Monday nights otench month, nt TUN tiock lnineir nnuon ninin sirvtrv., n.u lord, Ky. Member of litter lodges are frn Urnnliy Invited to t present. T. W. Pen -- Kington, Hoc. mm Fall and jaT Winter-Stoc- k. Dy Inthoa will hnvA thnt Irifllrliltlnlltr and fit which plainly Indicate they were made to yoar.meaiure. I will alo take your mess-m- i for eitra trouaen, fancy Tests, top tMUi and overcoat. Fall and Winter umiples on band ready for your lmpection II. 0. nUI'LKY.The Tailor, Stanford, Ky. inuor inKrn ni' rlf nee. Then your clothes, whether a low rlee business ault or the Hneat evening your measure n 01 Aleo ninke a tpeclalty of wreaths lor for funeral purposes. In connection with the above, I have all Undslof vegetables on hand at reasonable sclera. OIIMHTMAX OHKEN IIOOHF.S, Bo HnniiAitn, 1'hoh. Htanford, Ky, motlce. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! ran fnrnlih the Dubllo with the belt, as well at the freshest of cut flowers, plants of au Kinas, uuiot, poiiea nowers, oa suori 1 Murt8Tobaoco and Tobacco larns. Nothing But'lnsuranco. Jesse. D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, STANFORD. KY. Itestdence Phone St; Office, 06. Insure with me and be fully protected. CONCRETING rrW1 are In Dosttlon to do nil klndt of con rating, such as 11 lock Work, Pavements and. In fact, we can make any thing from r bouse down to a fence post. We can serve 70a promptly and guarantee work and material. Call and get our prices aioreyou uuy your material at least. Orst-cla- PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky, Naiioney fish, Insurance and Real Estate. AH kind of kinds of est companies represented. Ratosas lowjas can (bo bad anywhere. on all property, Ouly the larg- INSURANCE Stanford, Ky., Phone 200. J,L,Beazley&Co., sHH Undeitikers and Embalrr-art. Also Dealers in Fir-aitur- e, Mattings,Rugs. They will (xenange Furniture for all Kind of Stock. Give Them a Call. Price Right. STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McClary, tTofV TFy p"ih 'JiMipjTWBr 8 Same, sec, 7, from Kings MounFARMER'S DEPARTMENT. Hte to Conres Saturday urging legis- tain piko to Gcotgo Gaines 12 rod per gravel. Livo hogs (old at $10.06 at Pittsburg lation for the improvement of the tonncl or tho navy, "ino preaiaenia Friday. Same, sec. 8, from Geo. Gaines' to message outlines a bill prepared by SecFlty Rood owes for salo. W. E retary Meyer, which would reduco tho Geo. W. ClilTs, 25 rods gravel. Moss, Lancaster. ages of the senior officers and reorganSame sec. ft, from Qco. V. ClilTs For Sale. 100 youriR ewes. J. H. ize tho lines. to Wnyncsburg C rods gmvol. 5 3 Newell. Yoscmitc. Ky. Acre "ml A Hundred Stanford & Ilustonvillo piko see pairs of farmOnegood piko. and Fiftt housef . R. L. Hubblo has sold Has two on mules recently at $300 to $300. In 2J miles of railway station. Land from Stanford to Cash's storo 30 rods good tobacco. Look at it and stone. J. C. Hays sold to Lucius Perkins produces win buy it. rnco oniy aow. yesterday 10 plain steers at 4c. Same, sec. 2, from Cnsh's storo to tanford Real Estate Co. Hnnging Fork creek, 30 roils stone. W. P. Klncald bought of It. P. Black-crb- y 6,000 pounds of tobacco at 14c. 8.imc, sec. O.from Hanging Fork Sixty bushels of German millet seed I creek to Hustonville, lOrods gravel F. Schnitzler, Ottenheim. for sale. nnd 10 rods stone. Hogs For Sale. Havo 22 head, all Ilustonvillo it Coffey's mill pike, kinds. Robt. C. Watkins, Maywood, sec. 1 from Huotonvillo to Wiu Cap t Ky. TO son's, 20 rods Btone. Tho widow of Issac Murphy, the greatest jockey of his day, died at LexingSamo, sec. 2, from Win Carson's to ton. Mt. Salem, 40 roils stone. JUST RKCKIVED. Jako Sheeler, of Mason county, sold Letting MONDAY. APRIL, 4th Hustonville it Bradfordsvillo pike, 12,000 pounds of tobacco at Maysvillo wholo road, 20 rods gravel. 1010, of Famat $30 per cwt. Hustonville it Danville piko sec 1 Senator R. L. Rubble's T. M. Green GO won another $500 raco at Jacksonville, .Notico is hereby given that J, as from Hustonville to Black pike Fla., Wednesday. turnpike roads for Lin- rods stone. Supervisor of For Sale. Mammoth Bronzo tur- coln, county, Ky., will until 10 o'clock BEST MADE FOKfiOc. Samo. sec. 2, from Black piko to Very fino stock. Mrs. G. C. A. keys. Monday April 4, 1010 rcccivo Boyle Co. lino 20 rods stone it 15 3t., See Our Window. Lyon, Hustonville, Ky. scaled bids for stono and gravel con- rods gravel. Wanted. About 25 bushels of cow tracts ou the various sections of turnIlustonvillo it Carpenter's creek peas, last year's seed. Address Henry pikes in said Lincoln county, Ky. pike, wholo road, 80 rods gravel 3t. Ridder, Crab Orchard, Ky. All bids for furnishing, hauling, Hustonville it McKinney pike, For Sale. 75 to 100 bushels of or- breaking and spreading stono nnd whole road, 5 roils gravel good. $1.50 chard grass seed. Extra gravel must be sealed and filed with per bushel. B. B. King, Moreland. McKinney it Coffey 'a mill pike sec. beforo 10 o'clock A. 31., mules. mo on or 1, from canning fuctory to old toll For Sale. 25 Monday, April 4 1010, nt Stanford, All broken and in good working order. 35 roils gravel. 3: Ky., and no bids will be received after house, 5 Call on or phone Logan Hubble, LanSamo, sec. 2, from toll house to old that time. Contracts will bo let to ' the lowest and best bidders, and con- Lair place, 25 roils stono. caster R. F. D. No. 1. I. Shelby Tevis, of tho Shelby City Same, sec. 3, from old Lair place section, boueht of Roy C. White, of tractors will bo required to givo bond with surety, to bo approved by me, to Jit. Salem, .10 roils stone. Jack, 151 Madison, a for the faithful performance of their Same, sec 4, from Mt. Salem to 141 hands, for $700, and a contracts and for nil penalties nnd Casey comity liuo, 00 roils stone. hands, for $500. damages for failure to so perform McKinney it Turncrsvillo pike, The court of appeals handed down a their contracts within the tiino nnd whole road, 35 roils gravel. decision in which tho constitutionality under tho couditions hcieinnftcr menof the Crccelius law is upheld. The act McKinney it South Fork pike, sec tioned. provides a penalty for both tho seller 1, from tireen Kiver to the canning Stanford it Danville piko sec. 1 factory, 25 rods gravel. and purchaser of tobacco which has from. Stanford to Mrs. Mattie White's, been poolod. Same, sec 2, from canning factory 30 roils stone. e Thomas H. Stevens sold his to G. T. Ashlock's hotel in McKinney, Same, sec. 2 from Mrs. Mattie 10 roils stoue and 5 rods gravel. farm in Fayette to R. R. Early at $140. At his sale farm horses brought $60 to White's gato to Boyle county liue same, sec. ., trom u. 1. Astiiocks $220, mules $185 to $225, cows $60 to 30 rods stone. Hotel to Hustonville it Stanford piko $30, hay $9 to $13 per ton, fodder 16 to Stanford it Rush Branch pike sec 1 at d. b. .Murphy s, 25 roils stone ami 20c per shock, Irish potatoes 39c per from Stanford it Lancaster pike to gravel. bushel. Rush Branch, 25 roils stone. ARE OPENED UP AND READY FOR YOU TO LOOK Turncrsvillo it McCormack church Lancaster Court. A fairly good Same, sec. 2, from Rush Branch to pike, sec 1, from Turncrsvillo to AT, ALL crowd attended Lancaster court yesterHubble, 20 roils, stone. Sam Helm's. 10 rods grovel. day and business was reasonably Rood. Stanford it Kncb Lick pike sec. 1 Same, sec. 2, from Sam Helms to Most of the 100 or more cattle on the from Stanford it Hustonville pike to Sam Bishop's, 10 rods gravel. market sold, the best bringing 5 cts. 10 rods gravel. Heifers brought 3 to 4jc. Butcher Hanging Fork creek Same, sec. 3, from Sam Bishop's to Nothing Carried over from Last Year. Same eoc. from Hangiug Fork creek Knob Lick pike, 5 roils gravel. stuff 31 to 41c. A number of mules went at $150 to $200. The horse market to Danville it Hustonville pike, 20 Danville it Lancaster pike, whole rods gravel. was quiet. road, 15 roils stolie. Bargain. 257 0 aero farm about Stanford it Milledgcvillc pike sec 1 Lincoln it Boyle pike, whole road, five miles from town, on good pike, 1 from Stanford it Hustonville piko to 0 rods stone. mile from school, church and store, McCormack's church, 20 roils gravel Kiugsvillo it Pleasant Point pike, 100 acres fine tobacco land. Nine room Same, sec. 2, from McCormack's crib, shed church to Milledgevillc, 20 roils gravel. sec 1, from Stanford it Wayncsburgj brick residence, pike to Casey county, county road, Fencing granary, silo, barns, etc. Stanford it Preachersville piko sec. 20 rods gravel. good and placo well watered. Nine 1, from Stanford it Crab Orchard Same, sec. 2, from Casey county never-failin- g springs, cement troughs, piko to Wilkcrson's Branch, 20 rods v countv road to Kinirsvillc, 20 rods etc. In a splendid neighborhood. Stan- stone. ford Real Estate Co. Same, sec. 2, from Wilkcrson's gravel. Representative Helm was informed Branch to Crab Orchanl Crab Orchanl it Lancaster pike, it Lancaster by the chief of the Federal Bureau of pike 20 rods sec 1, from Crab Orchard to O. , stone. Animal Industry that relief from the Evnns' farm, 40 roils gravel or stone quarantine now held on Kentucky sheep 1 Stanford it Crab Orchard pike, sec. Same, cec. 2, from G. W. Evnns' from Stanford to Baughman's gate, will have to be lifted by the local aufarm to Garrard county line, 25 rods 20 rods stoue. thorities. Mr. Helm was seeking to Same, sec. 2, from Baughmau's gravel. have a Federel order issued removing To Get our prices on- Crab Orchard it Chappell Gap piko gate to Bywatcrs' gate 15 rods stone. the ban, but the bureau officials told whole road, 40 rods stone or gravel Same, sec. 3, from Bywatcrs' gate him by observing Rules 3,1 and 32 of BuCarpenter's it Moreland Station reau Order 143, the Kentucky inspec- to Crab Orchard, 40 rods stone. piko, wholo road, 25 roils gravel. tors can secure relief in time for the Stanford it Ottenheim piko fee. 1 or A lambing: season. Washington dispatch. from Stanford it Waynesburg pike sist ofroil of stonefeet. gravel shall con horse 225 cubic R. S. Scudder, the McKinney to J. G. Lynn's, 15 roils stono or man, has sold four horses by Rex Pea- - gravel Hand broken stone and gravel He vine in tha past month for $4,300. must be on margin of road or section Same, sec. 2, from J. G. Lynn's to by Sept. 15, 1910. All gravel must bought in Madison county a mare and We Have tho PRICE and the goods. colt for a fancy price The mare is by Boone's shop, 10 rods stone. be spread before Oct. 15, 1910. All and the dam of Star Chester Dare Same, sec. 3, from Boone's shop metal is to bo measured by tho super the good stallion he sold at Lex- to Ottenheim, 20 rods gravel. visor, who may designato when anil ington for $1,500. Mr. Scudder bought spread. All Crush Stanford it Dir River piko sec. 1 where it is to be at Mt. Sterling; Maggard's King, an in- from Stanford ed stouo must bo spread not later it Crab Orchard pike than Jan. 1, 1011. bred Wilson's King, and Laddie Buck, to Haydcu Switch 10 rods gravel. by the great stallion. Lad For Me, All stone furnished must bo good, Same, sec. 2 from Hayden Switch sound, hard limestone or quartz and which sold a few days ago for SI, 410. Laddie Buck is out of a Wilson's King to Naylors' lane, 20 rods stone. broken into pieces not to exceed two mare and a great individual. J. T. WHITE, Sec'y. W. 8. FISH, Trcas. Same, sec. 3, from Naylors' lane to inches in diameter. Tho gravel must R. B. MAHONEY, Prcs. Garrard Co. line, 20 roils gravel. be clean nnd flinty and that iurnisueu POLITICAL. Stanford it Lancaster piko sec. 1 oa McKinney & Coffey's Mill pike Hon. Mordecai Williams, of Sharps- - from Stanford to Logans lane 25 must be from Urcen River, burg, has announced for the democrat- rods stone. Tho court or its representative may ic nomination for Congress in the ninth. Same, sec. 2 from Logan's la no to reject any material not of proper size Suffragettes under the leadership of Garrard Co. lino 25 rods gravel. or nualitv. Bidders must say wheth Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont have establish Stanford it Waynesburg pike, sec. er stone will bo broken by hand or ed headquarters In Albany, N. Y., and 1 from Stanford to Ottenheim pike, causneti. are conducting a most vigorous cam 25 rods stoue. The supervisor reserves tho right to paign. Same see. 2, from Ottenheim piko reject any and nil bills. Blank forms The measure to create a State Board Farms, houses und lots for rent, salo or exchange, Pcrsous desiring quick of Forestry passed the Kentucky Sen to Maywood Co. road at foot of on which bids may bo mnde can bo ate. The bill introduced by Senator B. Knob, 25 rods stone. sale's or purchases in realty of all kinds. Call on or obtained from the county clerk, M. Arnett for the State to issue $500.- writo us at STANFORD, KY. 3 from Maywood Co, Conies of bonds may bo obtained at Same, sec. 000 of 4 per cent, bonds was defeated. In a remarkable speech Col. James road to Carter's Store, 10 rods stone. tho County Clerk's oflico. Gordon, of Mississippi, said farewell to Same, see. 4, from Carter's storo to Lincoln county owns a rock crush his colleagues of tho United States Sen school-hous15 roils stone er and contractors will bo permitted ate. The Senator mado no attempt to Hutchison's deliver an oration, but in homely ohras- Same, sec. 5, from Hutchison's to use it at 81 per rod. es sketched his life and expressed his school-hous- e to Butt's store, 15 roils rezret at leaving the Senate after a stone. service of but a few weeks. Samo, sec. 6, frour Butt's store to i Supervisor Turnpiku Roads for Lin The two days' lull In the strike of tho Philadelphia Rapid Transit employes Kings Mouutaiu pike, nothing. coin Couuty. ' was broken late Saturday with re newed hostilities In several sections of Philadelphia, and it required the efTorts of all the State constabulary gathered jNORTj-iCOT- T, May Come, there to disperse the mobs and restore samfemmmmmmJL&i some semblance of ordor. PRSMinuNT 20-od- d m Tact tent a sneclal ...NOTICE.., Contractors, "SHIRTS" HI "See That Famous." Our Spring Line ous Shirts. SAM ROBINSON. three-year-o- ld four-year-o- ld 527-acr- -J- QUR BUGGIES New Stock, 240-barr- W. H. H ICC INS. Stanford, Kentucky. Don't Fail . t Tobacco Canvass L. L. Crab Orchard, Ry t Pea-vin- SANDERS'. The Citizens Realty and Title Co S 1 Promptness and Reasonable Commissions Our Specialty. 'Phone 200. The Wintry 5. K. DUDDERAR, Blasts fi. B. mfrMlertaker Embalmer and ftsMlerlinlHarness, Saddlery. STANFORD, KY- - ( w(Pboo, w, Hom:ibor.M4 A Man of Iron Nervo. STANFORD, KY., Indomitable will and tremendous enor-g- y are never found whore Stomach, Will pay you 12Jc for Hens, 82.10 per dozen for Guineas, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels are out of Scrap Iron, 5 to 7o for Rubber. order. It you want these qualities and the success they bring, uso Dr. King's New Life Pills, the matchless regulators, for keen brain, and sttong.bodr. v SSo Penny ' Drug Store. 'i Maiager, THURMANK. mEjKiQQSKjv3B 25 to 35o for 9 rmmmmmHDmHPnmv &mHimmRam2llgad Water. And tho'Rain and Snow Fall, but i your stock will keep warm in - Nunrielley's New Stock Yards Plenty Take Him Your Produce TUDOR, ...0ifc,.iUi. J Best market la the Stata. Becsnd Monday. I. M. of Covered Pons and Feei Si bring them oa, Court Da Bruce, Assistant. nl ,i Urtl