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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r IM r r- A 1 c THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXVII STANFORD KYt TUESDAY MARCH 8 1910 NO 3 A Letter From the County of Harlan HAKLAN KY March 4 Dear Horn t PaperWe note that wo aro to have a now editor Well wo bid him wel como hoping that ho will continuo to make our good Lincoln county paper n8 good or better If it could be than ov ereTho people at homo never appro elate their home paper as they should until they are away a while and the homofolka dont write as often as we would like for them to do So when a paper like the I J comes to ua twice a week wo Are ablo to keep tab on things back at our old homo Wonder what Editor Walton Is going to do T Hqjuroly will never bo satis fled unless ho Is in some printing office or out on the street with note book and pencil In hand Wo remember very well how ho used to ask us if wo had a t letter for him from the Highland cor respondent and say Dy the way 1 wish you would see If you can wake up that writer a letter from that vicinity i is read by us with much delight I will now glvo my friends a few j words concerning our whereabouts and our work at present etc We are serv ing the Harlau charge ai pastor of M E church this year Wo live in the town of Harlan In tho parsonage We havo a good church edifice besides two in the country and others that will be dedicated In the near future We have three other churches in town vir Bap tilt Presbyterian and Christian The Presbyterians have an academy here t Good work Is being accomplished by them The town of Harlan is at the head of tho Cumberland river three forks uniting hero The thing of greatest interest to the people of lIarlan county at present seems to be a new railroad which the L N is having constructed up the river near Pinevlllo Rapid progress Is being made and within a fdW months we can ride down along tho Cumber land on tho care and get on the main line at Wasloto or Pinevlllo instead oi going by way of Ilagan Va to get to other parts in our State Wishing our new editor success Very Truly- E E YOUNG One Years Record of Taft as Presi dent Traveled 20633 miles by railroad and 5000 by automobile Visited O States and two Territo riesMade 348 speeches Roosevelt in his last year as Executive mado 242 Appointed 0017 Federal officers J Sent eighteen messages to Congress Lost coven pounds weighed 320 on I March 4th 1909 and 319 on March 3 1910 f Obtained enactment of a new tariff lawUnearthed custom frauds at New YorkDischarged three Federal officers Chief Forester Gifford PInchot Assist ant Forester 0 W Price and Law Offi cer A W Shaw- Instituted an inquiry into the high coat of living Forced the abdication of President Zelaya dictator of Nicaragua Shook hands with President Diaz on Mexican soil II SDont Break Down Severe strains on the vital organs like traIns on machinery cause break downs You cant overtax stomach liver kidneys bowels or nerves with out serious danger to yourself If I you are weak or rundown or under strata of any kind tako Electric Bit ters tho matchless tonic medicine Mrs J E Van do Sando of Kirkland g- e V breakIlllion positively guaranteed 60c at 5 Pennys Drug Store No honest man we care not how SF much ho may bo opposed to tho county unit bill can have the proper respect for the fellow who will promise his peo plo to vote for the bill In order to bo elected to office and then violate that promise after his election Tho Senate will no doubt kill tho county unit bill nor U there any doubt that the county unit bill will kill a number of members of the present SenateCadiz Record What was your impression of Eu ropeWell judging from what mother and the girls say there doesnt seem to bo much to tho placo except art and matrimony It depends for revenue al most entirely on pictures and pedl grees Thomas Platt former UnitedI States Senator from New York is dead He was leader offho republican party In his State for over a quarter of a century and was characterized as the Easy float rAugusta Fasalo = vaudeville actress during enact at a Cincinnati theater o fell 18 feet and broke her neck s IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Aurelius W Eastland of Danville died at the Jewish Hospital in Louis villoAlbert Gallltln Talhott eon of the old Congressman is dead at Williams burg W T Shaffer aged GO died at his home in Rockcastlo county after a brief illnessFrank Crabtree who killed Andy Ramsey in PulaskI was given a life sentenceCapt John McOrayor an old and highly rcspcctod citizen of Lawrence burg Is dead Mrs Hdnry Traynor of Richmond died at Danville while on a visit to Mrs Bland Ballard Robert OBrien a bridge painter was killed by falling from a bridge at Red Bird on tho Cumberland river Leo Grimes was lined 480 and sen tenced fo 180 days in the work house for six cases of whisky selling In Danville Frank Arnold sold for Mrs II D Campbell n houso and lot In tho WII more addition to J H Glut for 1400 Wllmore cor Jessamine Journal Rather than go to tho workhouse foilr months for selling whisky Jane Miller white agreed to tako her two daugh tore and leave Boylo county never returnNear Bryantevillc Marcus Jennings shot and killed George McCowan n Negro It Is believed that Jennings mind Is Impaired He was arrested and placed in the Lancaster jail A movement is on to establish a new bank at Pcrryvillo W C Kern Frank Martin and James Guthrlo aro said to bo the promoters Over twothirds of the stock has already been placed- In tho Knox circuit court John Pierce was awarded a verdict against the Lou isville Nashville railroad for 11000 He had an arm and leg severed while working for tho company at Grays At a previous trial a verdict of 12000 was awarded Bcccher Cooper who had been given a sentence of ono year for obtaining money under false pretenses and Lin coin Cornett of Perry county awaiting trial in the United States Court for retailing whisky without license escaped from tho London jail As a result of a fierce battlo with three lions at the ranch of Cherokee Ed Baumeister fivo miles west of Lebanon Samuel Rose lies in a local hospital In a precarious condition In tho absence of tho regular keeper Rote who is BaumeUtcrn secretary went to a cage contairing tho lions to scatter some straw in it and tho beasts jumped on hIm Baumelster arrived rind shot tho lions but failed to kill any of them CHURCH TR Rev Walter Brock has resigned as pastor of the London Baptist church and accepted a call to the Fifth street Baptist church Lexington- A young mens Bible Class has been organized at tho Main Street Methodist church welch is proving to be one of tho most Interesting features of the Sunday school Somerset Journal Rev C R Blaln has accepted tho call extended by the Presbyterian church at Hustonvillo The congregation is to be congratulated on securing the services of so excellent a man and preacher The meeting In progress at Logan Creek church conducted by Revs J J Dickey of this place and E 0 Hobbs of Wilmore is increasing in interest Services at 10 A H and 7 r U Tho meeting will likely continue through the week The Union Christian Endeavor exercises at the Christian church Sunday evening were both interesting and en joyable Miss Bcsslo Yantis led and Mrs J J Dickoy Rev J T Hoskins Messrs J B Paxton and C E Tate made timely talks Tho music was a feature of the exercises So the bride ami groom especially requested their friends not to throw rice after them Yes They asked us to hand tho rice over in a package so that it could bo used when they go to housekeep Ing 116 farm three 0 miles from Stan ford on good pike and in splendid community In high stato of cultivation has a twn story frame dwelling new barn and all necessary outbuildings Place well watered and fenced Will sell at right figure Stanford Real Estate Co After the close of tho quietest day since tho Philadelphia strike was in augurated rioting broke out again Sunday with the fall of darkness and be toro midnight three people ono a young girl had been fatally wounded and many severely clubbed Luke Obouuler Cox president of the Union National Bank Louisville is dead ir NEWS NOTES A mother and son prisoners in the Rowan county jell pried the doors open and escapeds John A Eubank for many years a democratic leader in Clark county Is dead aged 70 Davis Bell aged 105 is dead at Tul BO Oklo lie was an Intimate friend of David Crockett Threecent street railway fare with municipal supervision of the car lines is now a reality in Cleveland Tho general strike called In Philadel phla out of sympathy for tho striking street car motormen and conductors went Into effect at midnight Friday One hundred and eighteen dead in the trains overwhelmed by the Welllngtoi landslide near Seattle Wash is the newBPa1pers contract with the Detroit American League Tigers Cobbs contract calls for a salary of 9000 annually for three yearsTho Federal grand jury in Now York handed in a presentment against the American Refining Co charging It with contempt of court in falling to produce books and papers called for by the grand jury toThe bail of Dr James R Hull of Monroe City Mo indicted with Mrs Alma Proctor Vaughn on the charge of murdering Prof J T Vaughn was fixed at 15000 and tho prisoner gain ed his freedom Following the killing of three men at Citronelle 33 miles north of Mobile Ala by Lawrence Odom the sheriff of Mobile county was appealed to for as sistance to prevent the threatened lynching of Odom In a hotlycontested game of football at Harlan James Slanton and John Paco became involved In an argument and in the fight that followed Stanton stabbed Pace three times inflicting probably fatal injuries This is the man that bound me and my wife and burned our feet until we told where we had hidden our money said John Wagner 80 years old as he picked Frank Donahoo out of a line of eight men at the Etna police station in Pittsburg The grand jury in Philadelphia re turned indictments against John J Murphy president of the Central Labor Union and C 0 Pratt organizer of the carmens union Murphy is charged with rioting andinciting to rI- ot Pratt with rioting inciting to riot and conspiracy Col Thomas Swopos estate was valued at 4000000 Ho bequeathed sums from 410000 to his aieter in laws two children to 2500 Tho physicians now say that Hyde is innocent and that the typhoid was caused by impure va largoamountThe Interstate Commerce Commie sion was permanently enjoined from enforcing an order prohibiting railroads and other carriers from allowing compensation to owners and operators of elevators for elevation and transfer of grain in transit in a decision in the United States Court at Kansas City Allen Brooks a Negro charged with assaulting a twoyearold white girl was lynched at Dallas Texas by a mob composed of It is estimated 5000 men Brooks was In tho courtroom awaiting trial when the mob surged by tho officers and threw the Negro from the see ondstory window fracturing his skull Negotiations between tho Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern management and committees of conductors and rail way trainmen came to a conclusion at Cincinnati when General Manager C C F Bent for tho company declined to concede tho general demand made by tho conductors and trainmen for in creases in wages Enrico Caruso the New York tenor is quaking with something worso than stage fright The Black llandl1as de manded 15000 or his life in two let toni There Is some disposition among his friends to regard the letters as an Illjudged practical joke but Caruso is convinced that his days are numbered and will not venture out without a body guardIt stated at tho office of tho Standard Oil CoOl that John D Rocke feller Jr intended to retire from all his business connections in order to give his entire time to philanthropic work It is expected young Mr Rocke feller will assume the management of the Rockefeller Foundation a bill for the incorporation of which has been in troduced in Congress It Saved His Leg 1I All thought Id lose my leg writes J A Swonson of Watortown Wis Ton years of eczema that 15 doctors could notcure hod at last laid mo up Then Bucklena Arnica Salvo cured It sound and well II In fallible for Skin Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Bolls Fever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 25o at Pennys Drug Store 1PPMPPPAPhPARPPANIPPI IPPPPaPPRiPPPP1PPAPMPPl PPPFPIIMPPI t- lPPPPPbP1 iMPP1YPe5P PRPNPPNVra rrrvvvvvdvvevvvavvevv IIII Ell ItY EllSIE II or IICallsFor i Early Spring Suits WOur line full of Snappy Stylish all wool suits made by the best tailors in Amsrica is open forJg your inspection We have taKen extra care in se electing some Nobby patterns especially inJ i t =EYSz t iIIare so season t NOTICE that distinctive fit around the collar thatill1 Ii Hart Schaffner Marx Ii z wiiclothes have and you will wonder why you haveiiinot worn them sooner J j 2 if Cummins Wearen jliii II y 4 II STANFORD KENTUCKY II 5 t HOME OF4a elfl08C4j1ii PPPPPtPPPMPPPP Hart Schaftner Marx Clothes IIIPOLITICAL By a majority of four votes the Ma ryland Legislature killed the bill pend ing for Statewide local option The bill giving circuit judges 1200 more yearly Saturday became a law without the signature of the Governor The Kentucky Houso of Representa times passed a bill appropriating 10000 for the maintenance of the Homo for the Incurables in Louisville The Kentucky Senate In a stormy session and after a long debate over the county unit measure and the bill providing for the reading of the Bible In tho public schools virtually killed the Waggoner county unit bill Besides nominating Hon Ben John ann for Congress the Democratic Com mittee of tho Fourth Congressional district indorsed him for the Democrat Ic nomination for Governor at a meet ing at the Old Inn in Loulsvillo Satur dayBalmy weather with no trace of Ice or snow and with the crocuses and oth er spring flowers opening their first blooms to tho flood of snnshine mock ingly greeted Washingtonians on the first anniversary of President Tafts Inauguration and presented a striking example of what March 4 weather can bo when there are no inaugural ceremonies and parade to mar The Lash of A Fiend would havo been about as welcome to A Cooper of Oswego N Y as amer chess lungracking cough that defied all remedies for yeafslilt was most troublesome at night he writes nothing helped me till I used Dr Kings New Discovery whlck cured me completely I never cough at night now Millions know its matchless merit for stubborn colds obstinate coughs soro lungs la grippe asthma hemorrhage croup whooping cough or hayfever It relieves quickly and never tails to satisfy A trial con Vlnces 60c 81 Trial bottle free Its positively guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store o TICKETS are selling rapidly for the Delsarte Much interest Is being man ifested in tho beautiful entertainment to bo given at Waltans Opera House Friday evening next March 11 Many tickets have been sold and a large crowd Is expected Dont miss the the Dude Drill and Guess What The Calisthenic Drill will also be very interesting Seats reserved at Shugara Tanners drug store Choose yours nowJohn P Cudahy a Kansas City packer on finding Jere F Lillis a prominent- banker in his home at an unusual hour bound the blinker with a rope and proceeded to cut him into ribbons Both are society men Louis James long career as an actor was ended by death at Helena Mont following an attack of heart failure just before the curtain went up for a performance of Henry the Eighth C f Cfte Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 4300000 Resources 34000000 SH SHANKS PRESIDENT WM BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J Wl ROCHESTER ASST CASH- H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER CLERK- DIREOTOFlSi W CarterStanfordJohnkin TraylorGilberts t H Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek I FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKYr ORGANIZED IN 1882- CAPITAL1STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 jl HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 CombinesiAbsolutelSafcty with Satisfactory Service ModernS fty y Deposit Bxu for Use ofourCustomers We Solicit Your Account OFFICERS J S Rocker President- S T Harris VicePresldeni J John j McRoberts Cashier H C Baughjnan Asst Cashr WV Saunders Bookkeeper Great of 1 DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman M D Elmore J M Fettus I H C Baughman JF Cummins S T HarrislO C Robinson + E C Walton J S Hocker W H Murphy Louisville Auto Show1 I Exhibit March 174849 et th- eArmory CARS TRUCKS CHASSES PARTS SUNDRIES ACCESSORIES MOTORCYCLESJAIo CELEBRATED IMuic and Decorations Afternoons 2Sc Evenings 50c Particulars address Secretary Louisville Auto Dealer Association I C i4 i The Interior Journal Mi SAUFLEYIj onJIt HON HARVEY HELMIJ reofnomination for Congress district subject of the demo f credo party i lFOLITICAL DOINGS AT THE CAP I lITALRCII7Th past r one in Legisla Live circles The General Assembly is s on the home stretch and Is trying to make up dst speed Bill are coming out of tho hoppers via the Rules Committees Ii every day and are rapidly get ting into shape to become laws The t threatened bolt of the temperance re f publicans after tho Senate democrats the Louisville Ripper bill 1failed to materialize ThoCounty Unit bill gasped its last in tho Senato late Friday and was quietly laid away for another two years Two measures hadI up to Saturdayreceived the Governors signature and are now laws They wereI the bilks to legalize the negotiation and transfer of tobacco warehouse receipts and a bill affecting the schools in Lou i ireful Amid much applause on Saturday tho i Senate passed the Lltterall bill proved ing for the pensioning of Confederate soldiers who live In Kentucky The act I grants them an allowance of 150ayear t Lieut Gov Cox said from the chair f that he regretted thaLhe did not have a chance to vote for the bill Several republicans spoke for It and old Feder soldierajand lifelong republicans like Capt Ed Farley State Treasurer got out and electioneered for the bill The bloody shirtwill never wave in Kentucky when such instances are seen of amity between the once bitter enemies t and evidenceaof such good feeling are ahown by men who took part on the opposing sides of the internecine strife ti Governor Willson is sure to sign the bill and one more step will be taken to 4make more easy the pathway of those L heroes who gave lup their all for the cause and who are now fast iSouthern the land HUBBLE HELt3 BOYLE COUNTY i Senator Took Hubble did the g county of Boyle a good turn when he f got through the bill appropriating 20 400 for improvements at the State School for the Deaf at Danville i goes to the House Hubble and Editor W 1now of the Danville Advocate the corridor of the Capital Hot nighyo t f agree on or no t Hubble had told Richardson he would faver the County Unit bill The Senator demanded that Richardson ceas tae uncalledfor ataacks on him in paper The retort courteous soon b came the statement strcnuepus and wouldhave been worse still had not Joe Embry stopped a right swing tha Senator Hubble made for Richardsons jaw Mutual friends held the combatants until angry passions had subsided Both gentlemen were urged by friend- to consider the incident ended and it believed that they will see the wisdo of such a course REPQRT ON PENITENTIARIES The longexpected report of State Examiner and Inspector M H Thatch er on his investigation of conditions at the State penitentiaries was made last week It proved the bursting of a big bubble Sensational charges had beenJ made by a former warden of prisoners conniving with contractors on the part of commissioners and mismanagement of affairs in general MrIThatcher says that he found there bten some irregularity under former ad ministrations but that the present administration of the prisons affairs had improved conditions wonderfully He says that the charges against officials of the penitentiaries were much exaggerated George Chinn the formerE warden who made the charges a splendid fellow in every way but his friends here say that he was inclined to be too lax withthe prisoners when he was at the helm and did not realize that the character of men who make up the convict population soon overleap all bounds and override all authority unless restrained with a vigorous hand and taught the force of discipline AndI nothing has proven as efficacious in ac complishing this as a goodly taste of the strap now and then The State I penitentiary cannot be run on Sunday school plans and good behavior cannot be secured with gam drops and pretty phrases As Thatcher is a republican and the three Prison Commissioners democrats the report can be regarded as turning up the raw edge of every thing that could be found not up tot taw There was no chance for a whitewashing HELM A SURE WINNER The meeting of the Eighth District Committee at Nicholaaville attracted I interest here last week After action y was taken Will Price of Boyle and I 1 his friends came over to see Chairman Henry R Prewitt of the State Com mittee to content the calling of the t primary on April 30 on the ground that the proxy of the Spencer committee t an waflitetyet 4aeaatheria d The i wda of Congressman Helm have lit lt 7 tie fear of suctCa contest tokceedifig however and do not believe anyway that Price has any idea of getting into hopeless race Prewitt has often bees heard to commend the idea of early selection of nominees no that the par tys candidates may have opportunity to make a thorough campaign against the republicans and have time to heal any sore spots that may result from a close primary or convention Harvey Helm is just aagoadas nominated again and those who would wrest the honor from him might as well take their medicine and save their trouble CANTRILL A GONER Over in this the Seventh district Congressman J Campbell Cantrill is seeking a renomination and making a great ado over his defense of the Ken tacky tobacco growers in Congress But the tobacco growers in this section are mighty doubtful of Cantrills sin cerity Tho Burley Tobacco Society is watching his trail carefully and he is going to have a fight before ho is outiThetried to beat them with his Equity So clety and when he found out they had him whipped he got in line again Can trill has been known here at Frankfort- as a lobbyist for tho whisky interests and the liquor interests are vory anx ions to keep him in the National Congress Two years ago Cantrill promis ed to support for Congress this time Senator Claude Thomas of Bourbon county if the latter desired to run Thomas has not made up his mind yet but Cantrill has already anpounced his own candidacy again There is some talk here of W Rogers Clay of Lex ington Commissioner of the Court of Appeals getting into the running Any highclass man can beat Cantrill this time for the people are on to him Be wont do A UNIQUE BILL Old topers who sometimes appear up on the streets with larger loads than they can safely accommodate will bi up against it if the House puts thro a bill the Senate passed today Thi bUr provides a fine of 100 and 10 o more days in jail for anyone who is seen publicly drunk The next thing we know the old blue law prohibiting a man from kissing his wife on Sunda 3will be revived Are all the pleasure of life to be eradicated by such sump legislationAN COUNTY BOY- t I have dug up a couple more ex TherVseems a d thaelspot as long as life lasts And no matte howfar from home one may wander its a good wager he wont be there long until he finds someone wh workhousee at a Haldieno ever Ho told me with pride that he former ly lived near McKinney and his folks believesone very o this city Everyone likes him and his administration of affairs at the city sbastite has been the best ever known ofmany more rise up in arms were be deposed As a member of the city council I have twice had the pleasure of voting for him and hots truly deserving of all the good things that can be said of him At one of the main tables in the CapI ital Hotel diningroom at which the Lincoln county contingent here at the Legislative session eat frequently the waiter is an old Lincoln county colored Will Baughman by name He been away from home eight years and tells with much pleasure how he is going back for a visit Boon- S M S THE action of the Eighth Congres lanai District Committee which met Nlcbolasvillo on the 3rd inst in adopting a resolution providing for a primary election as the best method of nominating a democratic candidate for Congress in this district exhibits sound judgment on the part of the committee Previous to the meeting of the committee every effort to persuade the committee to call convention had been exhausted but the committee decided the welfare of the party would be subserved by primary After the resolution providing for a primary had been adopted there was some difference among the committeemen as to the time of holding the primary the major- Ity of the members thinking it best to hold It at an early date in order to avoid the fastapproaching busy season among the farmers commencing with the seeding season and including the harvest period which extends well into fall as wellas to avoid complica tions with the State races that are rap- Idly pressing to the front Besides the time intervening between the date of the committee meeting last Thursday and the date fixed for the primary April 30 1910ls the same length of time prescribed by the committee for making the last nomination for Con grew In this df trict and is about the same length ofUime prescribed by the committees for making nominations in the three Congressionaldistricts where the nominations have already been made Theonly one who made an ef r + t 6 toil through his friesda to fateea the I committee to take a different view and I have it fix a time to suit his interests was Hon W Je Price of Boyle who Was candidate four years ago and who has been a prospective candidate eVer since and has been prosecuting his can didacy in the district with more or lees vigor all the while He alto undertook to convince the committee that a primary could be held in this district composed of 10 counties for 1600 when he well knows that the late judicial primary in the counties of Lincoln Boyle Garrard and Mercer cost 1200 Isis effort to control a proxy held by a member of the committee by long distance tele phone to a gentleman not a committeeman and who stated to tho committee that ho did not know the committee man to whom he talked over the phone was as untenable as the other positions taken by him before the committee In fact we judge from the reports we have seen and heard that his aim after he realized that ho was unable to secure a convention was to create confusion arid discord with a view if possible Of making some cheap campaign capital and this conclusion is strengthened by his absurd appeal to the State Central Committee Tho people want contests of this character over us soon as possi ble and we are of the opinion that tho action of the committee will give gen eral satisfaction EDITOR W B HANSFORD who has made the Somerset Republican a newsy and creditable paper for many years has retired leaving his son Mr E H Hansford a capable young newspaper man in charge of the paper Editor Hansford will take a much needed rest and heres hoping that he will greatly enjoy it- JUDGE OREAR Is sure to be the Republican nominee for Governor of Kentucky next year Will the Dem ocratic party be fool enough to per mit Ben Johnson to get the nomination against him Cadiz NewsIIWANTED to trade lumber for barn t patterns for corn and hay C J Sip pie London Auctioneer I r LlnIguaranteed U W MeWlIOHTKIt Moreland Kyn It K D No1 Residence Turnertvllle PAINtiNG AND PAPERHANGING e I diikinds of painting and paperhanging Bee me before you let your contract for thus kind of work t JAMES MONDAY Stanford Ky I J J BELDEN For house carriage and sign palntlhg deco I ratlve paper hanging also buggy trimming of nil kinds such atop recovered curtalni end boot made H top over Aldrlt ge black KjIStock of Merchandise for Sale btcarieso new Will Invoice about iiJXU Reason 111 health OEO D POPPER Stanford Ky FARM FOR SALE My farm of e7 acre of good load well Ira proved well watered and fenced U for sale tit located seven miles from Stanford In the Maywood section House has alx rooms New barn and other necessary outbuildings A bargain If sold at once J T LIVINGSTON RI D No1 Btnntord At CLEMENS HOTEL J L EUCIN Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKY Large airy outside rooms Commercial travelers a specialty Special rates by week or month The proprietor Is a former Lin cold his friends should remember humwben stopping In bis town A W CURD AUCTIONEER Bur in KentucKy I tam a graduate of Jones National School ol Auctioneers Chicago and have had ex perle lice in the big cattle sales at the Union Stock Yards Chicago where we sold some thoroughbreds as high as 1100 Also In eachdaystudied It with this Idea See or phone me before you arrange for Tour con nlaltealelt010urlldvlntnge lHOkEI It NEW MUSIC 1 Wo haVe placed In stock a One line of vo cal and instrumental iiiutlo ell sold at Ko deIrtShugars fitt Tanners Drug Eton Stanford Kentucky The Great Texas Panhandle ThearecI maker Is rich farming land Ood is stillresting on the seventh da Ile Is not Punbundle settlement In this country Fortunes will theselandswill go no further when theysee It Swish ottbeeat land no clearing or grubbing no floods cUmateprize awarded our wheat and oats at the NtjbralkR JAMES FKYKSKgTCJUACOMMKR y TullaBwliu County Texas r tt u ntd m Well Dressed 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 2750 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 MCROBERTSIu n TO THE FARMERS 1 wlllcontlnue to handle Fertilizers In theI Jumbo and and ail mold patrons to remember me I also ask the I patronage of many lIew customers D HI PIIJAT j 8a CARTER t New Liven Depot Street Phono 06 STANFORD KENTUCKY WATRIBBLEFurniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night thane 133 Stanford KentucKy Harry Jacobs Dealer la and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monu ments LawQVaelKinney Ky EXECUTORS SALE OF LAND f As Executor of Monroe Ourtls deed sell at publlo outcry to tile highest bIdder StanfordKyMONDAY MAHOHH1910 county court da his late homo on the Danville pike Property Is about three miles from and Is bounded b the landsof Mn MI e White J II Hilton and the Danville pike Lies opposite the farnr of TA Klce and contains by deed II acres I rood and10poIegorland lies on It n cottage barn and necessary outbuild lug spring Slice home conveniently located and fertile land Sale will be on credit of 6 months with interest ate percent from day of sale Purchaser will bo required to execute note with approved personal security and a llenwlll be retained prlvliege given upon compliance with terms of sale P M ttcUOBERTS EzrMonroe Gums Dinwiddie Go Huston ville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ryan uptodate line of goods l1 r- u YY1Yllhn RtiMi fLb7YaadMMa Yi Pl 1 t et 4Yaa L l r f fG L H II Coffey E H Coleman m Dr Hess Poultry Panacea I tWill make hens lay euro oi difcaro and keep themm + good thrifty condition HIofDrugStore PENNYS DRUG TORE1 r IStanford Kentucky 7 1 When You Have paCidneeII To Sell Call te i M B Northcott I Stanford Ky Phone 153tTIIURMAN K TUDOR Mangier I I Jrl r SEE JiiI1 J I NE IEI1tcGcOCI IC f 1 I AT OUR STORE0 i SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY C The Interior Journal Is f BTANFOKD KY MAn 8 1010 NEEDLES Dobbins and Shuttles for It nil sowing machines at Pennys Drug a Store J PERSONALS WELCH ROCHESTER is In Middles bora MRS L B HILTON visited her par ents at Brodhcad MR G L PENNY spent several days In Frankfort on business MRS A C HILL will go to Somerset today to visit her parents MESSRS R C ARNOLD and II G Lutea worn in Richmond Friday MESSDAMES L B COOK and T D Rancy have both been qulto sick Miss ELIZABETH HICQINS was sick for several dye but is out again EDITOR GREEN CLAY WALKER of the Central Record was hero Satur daytCLAUDE Binn attended the burial of hit aunt Miss Florence Bibb at Nash f iDR HEATH of Richmond is the AHISeverance House spent Saturday and Sunday with his family hero MRS J R MOUNT of Lancaster visited the family of her brother Mr 113 McRoberts Miss SUSAN FISHER AVooos has returned from a protracted visit to her sister at Millcrsburg- MR J W GUYNN wife and children of Paint Lick were guests of the tams ly of Mr W S Fish aPI Trios H SHANKS spent last week with hia sister Mrs II K Bourne at Frankfort Miss OPHELIA LACKEY and James Bailey of Crab Orchard visited rela tives and friends here MR E U STOVER of Mexia Texas spent Saturday and Sunday at the homo of Mr Geo D Hopper MR J THOMAS CHERRY and hand IpentSundayJton MISSES SADIE BAUGHUAN and Jessie Powell of Hustonvillo were guests of Mrs W H Murphy and other relatives hero NEWS comes from Casey that a fine boy has arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Jason Lawhorn of Yosem miteMR J 11 BAUGHUAN and wife have returned from a delightful stay in At lanta Columbus and other Georgia citiesMRS J G CARPENTER JR and her two bright littlo boys of the East End were with her sister Misa Kit Huff man several days JUDGE J W ALCORN of Stanford was attending court here this week Judge Alcorn la looking younger and apparently enjoying better health than for many years past London Echo Miss LYLES CoorER and brother James Cooper very delightfully enter tained some 40 or CO of their young friends Friday evening Games wero indulged in and at the proper hour a a delightful lunch was served GEO B SAUFLEY of Stanford who i1 has been seriously ill of typhoid fever is reported as improving slowly Ho is a son of Judge M C Saufley and BI t It brother ilrlaw of Rev S M Logan of Wilmore He is a tine young man a f good lawyer and one of the roost elo 8ectlonJeslla1mine MR THOMAS D NEWLAND JR who has teen With the Welsh Wiseman Co for years has resigned his position and will shortly go to Stanford to take charge of hto fathers store Mr New land has made many friends during his residence in Danville who will regret to learn of his intended removal Ho is one of the most competent young business men in town and the Advocate bespeaks suttees for him in Stanford Advocate MRS SNELTON M SAUfLRY and little son Master Shelton M Saufley Jr left yesterday fqr Stanford whore they will be joined later by Mr Sault ey who will edit tho Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL Mr and MreSaufley have been in Frankfort for the put five years and have been so popular and k made so Many friends that they are al- mostI accounted Frahkforters and their regTettedFranklI Miss SARA CURTIS was hero from Hustonville yesterday MIss KATIE CASS of Brodhead Is with Mrs L B Hilton MR AND MRS L R HUGHES visited her homofolka at Mt Vernon MR W A HATCHER spent several I days with relatives In Hardin county MRs F KRUEGER of Mt Vernon spent Sunday with her husband hero DR J W ACTON arid Mr M Green Murphy wero hero from Kings Mountain yesterday JESSE HOLTZCLAW Is down from Cor bin to see JIll father Mr Alex Holtz claw who is very 111 MRS W D PENNY and Misses Cornlo and Cooper Icnny of Danville wero guests of Misses Mario and Virginia MahonyMRS E J BROWN attended the bur Iii of her sister Mrs Oscar Reynolds at Maretaburg Saturday She was a widow and Is survived by a number of childrenMRS CLEO DROWN and Miss Rlwle Williams of Mt Vernon passed through Friday returning from a pro tracted stay in the including a few weeks In New Orleans LOCALS PURK Plymouth Rock eggs 1 for setting of 15 Mrs A R Nunnelley TurnerevilleWANTEDSoocm trymeathams sides shoulders jowlsetcat the Country Store MR A A SUnDER of Junction City was painfully hurt by a rick of sacked oats falling on him ANOTHER carcotes ton meal at J H Baughman Cos Wo handle only tho 41 per cent goods the best o BEAUTIFUL line of sprint and sum mer suitings just received for your In spection Call in and ace them H C Rupley A C HlATT of Rockcastlc deliver ed to W P KInesid 4600 pounds otto bacco at 14cl Mr II paid this office a substantial call- WALLACE MOVER hoe bought of Wm Monks a portion of the Hunley Single ton farm just beyond Crab Orchard Tho purchase includes the residence THOSE Indebted to the estate of Ur- L B Cook must settle at once or I will be compelled to collect the accounts by law Mrs L D Cook admx LoD Cook DR J G CARPENTERsoul for Dr Steele Bailey of Tintlc Utah a farm of 165 acres between McKinney and Hustonvillo to J N Cash and H C Baughman Price private HUSTONVILLE GradedSchool honor roll for February Anna Floyd Paul Willis Mamie North Laura Sandidge Harry McKinney Miss Norths namo was unintentionally omitted from the honor roll of Jannary MR RenINsw already pretty store b to be fitted up with new shelv ing and other Improvements are to be made Ho has just installed some up todate clothes racks which show off his splendid lino of Spring and Summer suitings excellently PULASKI county has for salo a good old fashion platform and rope used many years ago for hanging Having no further use for It will sell at a bar gain if taken at once Somerset Jour nal Better keep the thing and hung some of tho many mankillers you have in your county OUR old friendMr r Thomas A Brad toy of Boyle paid us an eqjoyablo call Tuesday Ho came up to deliver his crop of some 15000 pounds of tobacco to Mr W P Ktncaid for which he ro ceivod IGc the round Mr Bradley is ono of Doyle countys best farmers and most excellent citizens FIRE John S augahmanabigware house on the railroad back of the mill burned about 10 oclock Friday night The building which coat about 1200 and which was not insured was entirely destroyed notwithstanding tho gallant fight the fire laddies made Some 2000 pounds of tobacco bought by Mr W P Kincald and considerable hemp purchased for Spears Son by Mr E P Woods went up in the flames 16 hogsheads of tobacco had been moved out of the warehouse the afternoon be fore and only a few days previous 4000 bushels of wheat were taken from the building The origin of the fire Is not known t FOR SALE200 locust posts Frank Shoemaker Stanford No 2 2t WANTEDSomonice fresh butter at the Country Storo20e per pound PURE WhiteLeghorn eggs for sale Miss Lizzie Davison Stanford NEW line of wall paperand picture moulding just In J L Bcazley Co 0 TILE Lancaster Record pays ExSher iff C A Arnold a handsome and do served compliment on his retirement as sheriff of Garrard 0 WE have farms in Hardin county in 60 acre tracts to 900 acres and prices from 300 to 11000 Theso lands pro duce fine Burley tobacco Stanford Real Estate Co TUG Ladles Aid Society of tho Chris tian church will meet with Mrs W M Bright this Tuesday afternoon at 2 oclock Each member is requested to bring her thimble needle and thread as some sowing is to be done A good book has been selected and a person j who knows how will read it to the ladles while they work F G HURT haspurchased from Dr B F Walter and Mr G A Walter of Lincoln an interest In their great chill cure pill The new firm will incorpo rate under tho name of Tho Walter Bros Hurt Medicine Co with a cap ital stock of 25000 Dr Walter will be president of the corporation and Mr Hurt will be secretary and treasurer Lancaster Record Euxm SPRINGS 0 Ming Frank M Sims has changed the name of his wellknown health resort from New Olympian Springs to Elixir Springs in order that nail for his patrons and that for the patrons of Olympian Springs in Bath county may not be sent to the wrong place He was here last week and left a big order for advertising for his great health ptoducing resort THROUGH en oversight we failed to mention last issue the excellent enter tainment given by Mrs A D Reid as sisted by Mrs llubblo and the young folks of Somerset on Monday night of last week Every number was well rendered and to give each ono who de served it special mention would take too much space The large audience enjoy ed much the evening entertainment and gavo hearty applause to each succeed ing number Somerset Republican TAKE No CHANCES There wero 12 Legal Reserve Companies organized in the South alone in 1909 There are 22 companies in the South now in process of organization each claiming to be able ultimately to absorb the other Some of them will fail If you have money to invest in insurance place it with the Old Reliable Mutual Bone fit nearly three quarters of a century old and ono that will bo hero when many of these new companies aro only a memory Write for sample policy to R M Nowland agt Stanford Ky 0 SAUFLEY After an illness of some seven weeks Mr George B Saufleys soul took its flight to mansions above at 10 oclock yesterday morning That dread disease typhoid fever caused his demise Ho was tho third son of Judge and Mrs M C Suufley was 28 years old only a few days since and was one of the most gifted andaccomplished young men in Kentucky As a lawyer he had few equals in the State and as a gentleman no superiors His death has cast a gloom over this entire communi ty and every heart in it goes out to those whose cup of sorrow is filled to overflowing A more extended notice of Mr Saufleys life will appear next issue No arrangements for tho burial have yet been made WILLIAM EUENEGER foreman of the work on tho new courthouse in Stan ford lost his balance while examining the topmost part of tho cupola on the building and fell into tho cellar below hits life was saved by tho fact that the cellar was full of water and prevented his body from striking a solid surface It is a mystery how ho escaped the scaffolding and timbers in tho building Had his body in its downward course varied six inches from tho course it took ho would havo been Instantly kill ed Danville dispatch to the Cincinna ti Enquirer Those of our readers who saw our account of tho tall of some 20 or 25 feetjjhe young man had will real izo what alifgoneth Danville corre spondent told And it is not the list oneelthert IFon SALEA secondhanded Fraz nre cart W H Higgins o THOROUGHBRED Black Minorca eggs 1 per setting Mrs W H Weoren THE young folks had a big time nt the rink Saturday night A good crowd was present THOSE indebted to tho firm of Trib ble Penco are requested to settle their accounts at once Tho firm has dissolved and their affairs must bo straightened up W A Tribble va11ley1safo to say that a more thoroughly delighted audience has never been pres ent at Assembly halt than the largo crowd that witnessed Mrs Reids Del sarto entertainment last evening The program was truly artistic and one that was attuned to suit the taste of the most aesthetic and exacting critic at the same time the humorous element was so keenly and adroitly Interwoven that even the most commonplace observer had ample opportunity to laugh and enjoy the program The same program will be given at Waltons Opera House next Friday evening by 75 of opr young people You cant afford to miss it- ANNOUNCEMENT of the death of Miss Florence Bibb which occurred at the home of her sister Mrs A E Godwin will occasion widespread regret to a large circle of devoted friends For several weeks Miss Bibbs health had not been good but not until a few days before the end did her family and physicians despair of her recovery She was the daughter of Mrs Richard Bibb and was born in Stanford Ky where she spent much of her girlhood and young womanhood until a few years ago when she came to Nashville and united herself with the First Presbyte rian church From a long line of South ern ancestry this young woman had in herited beautiful traits of character In disposition she was gentle unbelfish and lovable combining the practical and artistic qualities in an exceptional ly attractive typo She bore her suf ferings with that spirit of resignation and fortitude that was characteristic of her In the death of this young lady her kindred and friends feel something more than bereavement She is survived by her mother and two sisters Mrs Godwin and Mrs Ben Ransom both of this city Nashville Banner Warren Dennis liverystable at Georgetown was destroyed by fire Seven horses burned Loss 10000 NOTICEI Those having claim agalnit the eitote ot Mri Hello lace deceased will pre nttbom properly proven to me at once Those ow are notified to settle with me Immediately QUO II rnuiTT Administrator MM Belle Rice PUBLIC SALE Haying decided to KO to Texa on account of iny health 1 will on- TURSDAYMAROIr IbISIS at the Monroe Curtis plnce SH miles from Rtnnford on the Danville pike tell to the lot ot household workmuieiumoplowe anA 1II0r tow gear Bono milk cow and one litHer about 113 springwagon Public Sale I miles West of Ornb Orchard on the Stanford nna Orab Orohanl plko THUIU9UAY 1B10 One work horse one combined horse ainr the country three cows two- 7earllngllcRIvOi one black borkihlre gilt one two horse wagon one bug gy ono Drown cultivator oneOliver chili ed plow two double hovels halt dozen hoes one harrow Molasses evaporator about 15 barrels corn carpet loom cross out SAW wagon and buggy harness an or gln sowing machine lour bed stead one cot one bureau onq baby carriage one rocking chair three tnnd table u clock two stove two sates halt down chnlrsotU er thing too tedious to mention OWKlWAniB J P Chandler Au- etWhen Hungry i OOTO Cordons Restaurant Lancaster Street Stanford KY Male served at all hours up to 1130 p u Best place lu town for n good nulck meal Cooking totutt our puitomrriouripeclalty Splendid new line of fancy Groceries Hot Coffee Bandwlobei pier Buttermilk and sweet milk etc at all times KA CARSON Prop fi itLSilks For Spring SSununer e I We arc showing a beautiful line of Pongees and Shan tungs in all the new weaves ranifcolors Also the Fore lards and Tussahs in the fancy figured and colors Also the diagonals in the two toned effect of wJlich all arc Cryletrong this season We have also selected some of tli pri I in the market Jthcand nil oven i HUGHES MARTIN CO t Dry Goods NotionsShoesS- TANFORD J KENTUCKY Spring Suits 1 I 4 We are showing the accepted patterns for this seasons wear no racehorse colors or prize fight designsi but neat conservative styles for the best dressers we I have a large stockqJ To select from Boys Youths and Mens all perfectly taik- mlW E PERKINS rv Crab Orchard Ky Tinging Plumbing Heating Dont let 1910 pass without having Jiot and cold water through jewrI house with a beautiful white Porcelain Bath OutfitHa- ve W K WARNER to install your country water works wiA reasonable prices and guarantee We also curry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS Toolingssral Roofing Paints a Calland see us Telephone 188 fW K WARNERi f Stanford lie j 1 i 31 W L kCARTYPreeV E 0WALTONVPre9 Llt HUGHE8 AT I StanforciReal Estate Corf s d i Stanford KentucKy J riFarms arid Town Property Handled on Commission Stocks nntr Bowk fSoJa If youHavo Property toSellor Rent Notify Ue Write for Circular toIL R HUGHES Secretary Stanford 1yrr r f Tme Interior Journal 6 I herttJ in 1M Pott Ofee ol Stanford at 1I sa d4au matter f L N TIME TABLE- tt i NoSlHontlfltiMrx I Nolfsouth1Ot6AxNo21Nortb4UOA 1No NortbIIC s x 2710111 A x NoJSi or M JOSS RICEAgont r t MASONS MEET f LIncoln Lodge No 90 FtAMwlllmtlet atWrnnd lJU eVIock In their hall on main Ireee n lord Kjr Member of nUter lodges nrofra MfMllr Invited to be present T W Pen J nlegten Bee l1li Spring Summer Stock IAn yuarmenlure taken by II tailor or e tBce Then clothe whethera low evenlnjwMch plainly indicate they wore madey TWumtMure I will alio take your meat for extra trouien fancy veils top M arts end overcoats Fall and Winter ample on hand ready for your inspection 1 HO RUPLEY The Tailor Stanford Ky Fruit and Ornamental Trees I ICYtrythlng for Orchard Lawn and Garden i One Million Strawberry plants Frey Catalogues No Agents I oHF HtHcnmcycr Sons a LIIXI1 TON KRXTUOKT CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE J can furnish the public with tho best D I- w1a as the freshest of cut flowers plants of aH kinds bulbs potted flowers on short aUc Alto make a specialty of wreaths fat for funeral purposes Ja connection with the above I have al Mdsiof vegetables on hand at reasonable ties OHKI8TMAX GREEN 1IOUHE8t ED liCIlHAHU PUOU Stanford K HrI Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing Butlnsuranco Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone S3 Omce 85 Insure with me and be fully protected CONCRETING coeaugJj s adta fact wfr can make any thing from rlsaase down to a fence post We can serve ytm promptly and guarantee flrrtclass priceTiafar PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Fish Penningtonr r Insurance and Real t i Estate v AH kinds of INSURANCE on nIl lisila of property Only the larg est companies represented Rates as low as can he had anywhere XUraford Ky Phone 200 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers andEmbalni qn Also Dealers in Fur TheyWill1 all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right I STANFORD KENTUCKY sofa C McClary I s rvdertakerOEmbalmor and fltealeKlnHarness Saddlery r STANFORD KY OtseIroone167 Home Phone 36 s 4 frjrhioC Q oiodtAd L FARMERS DEPARTMENT To RENT Twentyfive acrea of corn ground roe Ballou FOR SALEl00 young owes J H Newell Yosemite Ky HOGS FOR SALE Have 22 hood all kinds Robt C Watkins Maywood Ky 2t FOR SALE20 long yearling and 20 short yearling steers M J Hoffman Moreland Ky 4t J B Sartain sold to E C Taylor a famlly horse and bought of JW Brown a mare for 165 Sixty bushels of German millet seed at 125 per bushel for saleF Schnltz ler Ottenheim KyIT M Green won again at Jackson ville Fla Tuesday Ho has started in six races and won five WANTEDAbout 25 bushels of cow peas last years seed Address Henry Ridder Crab Orchard Ky 3t ion SALE75 to 100 bushels of orchard grass seed Extra good 150 per bushel B B King Moreland soldwto a blackjack by Prince the Third fo 51000 FOR SALE25 threeyearold mules All broken and in good working order Call on or phone Logan Hubble Lan caster R F D No1 At George Paghs sale in Scott county corn sold at 325 per barrel hay 13 to 14 per ton horses 100 to 1CS milk cows 27 to 62 50 hogs 100 pounds sold at 1114 boars at 13 A ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRE farm on good pike Has two houses In 2J miles of railway station Land produces good tobacco Look at it and you will buy It Price only 2500 Stanford Real Estate Co CityaMonaees sale at Smithton Mo the foyr ever r a jennet at a public sale A big crowd attended H D Stiles sale in Boyle Timothy hay brought 1350 to 1550 per ton 40 ewes with lambs thrown in 620 milk cows 38 to 59 heifer calves 16 to 2025 brood sows 17 to 2285 shoats at 7 35 short yearling mule colts 94 eight brood mares 102 to 225 corn 68c per bushelBARGAIN257 710 acre farm about five miles from town on good pike J mile from school church and store 100 acres fine tobacco land Nine room brick residence 240barrel crib shed granary silo barns etc Fencing good and place well watered Nine neverfailing springs cement troughs etc In a splendid neighborhood Stan ford Real Palate Co IN MEMORIAM In memory of Mr Chan Scott whoso spirit took its flight Feb 16 1910 of a complication of troubles aged 73 Thou art gone and we shall miss thee We shall miss father dear When the lamps at eve are lighted And we all are gathered here In the dear old family room Where so oft with the weve met Thou art gone and we shall miss thee But we will not thee forget We shall miss thee when the morning Sheds on us its beauty fair And the busy day is calling Us again to toil and care We shall miss thee when at noonday We have all sat down to eat We shall miss thee or thy dear voice Never more our ears to greet We shall mias thy coming foatsteps When the evening shades draw nigh And the golden sun ii setting- In the bright lit western sky We shall miss thee when we gather Round the fire so warm and bright And its cheerful blaze gives comfort On a coed and chilling night But we know that thou art resting Free from suffering toil and care And again we hope to meet then In that land so bright and fair When our life on earth is ended And we all have one by one Passed through deaths dark unknown portal To that happy heavenly home ONE WHO LOVED Hut A Man of Iron Nerve Indomitable will and tremendous ener gy are nover found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want those qualities and tho success they bring use Dr Kings Now Life Pills the matchless regula tors for keen brain and strong body 250 nt Pennys Drug Store 80 ACRE farm about seven miles from Stanford Land all cleared and in goodI state of cultivation sixroom cottage barn double crib etc Right on pike close to good school house and church and in good community Well watered and fenced Price 2OCO Stanford Real Estate Co One more question dear Angel face I am listening Will you love me when Im oldI practical quate alimony Americans are the greatest peanut eaters in the worldthey would be even if there were no circuses In 1907 andI1908 Japan exported 17QOO of peanuts and the United States took nearly all of them MT a411 1 I wt ftl 1 iTtkJltian7otli7 klk6 j+ n Hyomei has done a wonderful thing for me For two years I was so hoarse that J spoke In a whisper now I am as well as over Thanks to Hyomei Mrs James Spencer Watervlelt N Y cureIplots outfit 1 extra bottles 60c Col Thomas W Bullitt died at a has petal in Baltimore of apoplexy with which ho was stricken on a street car some 10 days ago NOTICE ITO ContractorsLetting MONDAY APRIL 4th 1910 Notice is hereby given that IliSSupervisor of turnpike roads for Lin oclocrk A ii e eealed bids for stone and gravel con tracts on the various sections of turn pikes in said Lincoln county Ky haulingbreakinggravel must be sealed and filed will- me on or before 10 oclock A nt Stanfordgno received after that time Contracts will be let t the lowest and best bidders and con tractors will bo required to give bond with suretyto bo approved by me for performance of their contracts and for all penalties and damages for failure to so perform andeunder the conditions hereinafter men tioned Stanford Danvillo pike see 1 from Stanford to Mrs Mattie Whites 30 rods stone Same sec 2rom Mrs Mattie Whites gate to Boyle county line 30 rods stone- Stanford Rush Branch pike sec 1 from Stanford Lancaster jhiko to Rush Branch 25 rods stone Same sec 2 from Rush Branch to Hubble 20 rods stone Stanford Kncb Lick sec 1 from Stanford lIustonvillo pike to Hanging Fork creek 10 rods gravel Same sec from Hanging Fork creek to Danvillo t Hustouvillo pike 20 rods gravel Sanford Millcdgoville pike sec 1 from Stanford Hustonville pike to McCormncka church 20 rods gravel Same see 2 from McCormacks church to Millcdgoville 20 rods gravel Stanford Preachcrsville pike sec 1 from Stanford Crab Orchard pike to Wilkersons Branch 20 rods stoneSame sec 2 from Wilkcreons Branch to Crab Orchard Lancaster pike 20 rods stone Stanford A Crab Orchard pike sec 1 from Stanford to Baiighmans gate 20 rods stone Same sec 2 from Baughmaus gate to Bywaters gate 15 rods stone gatetoStanford Otteuheitn pike sec 1 piketogravelSame sec 2 from J G Lynns to Boone shop ip rods stone shoptoStanford it Dix River pike sec 1 piketoSame sec 2 from hayden Switch to Naylors lane 20 rods stone Same see 3 from Naylors lane to Garrard Co line 20 rods gravel Stanford Lancaster pike sec 1I from Stanford to Logans lane 25 rods stone Same sec 2 from Logans lane to Garrard Co line 25 rods gravelIStanford it Wnyneshurg pike sccI 1 from to Ottcnlieim pike 25 rods stone pilcutoKnob 25 rods stone Same sec 3 from Maywood Co road to Carters Store 10 rods stone Same sec 4 from Carters store to Hutchisons schoolhouse 15 rode stone Same sec 5 from Hutchisons schoolhouse tq Butts store 15rods stone V Samesec 6 from Butts store to Kings Mountain pike nothing Same eeo 7 from Kings Moun tain pike to George Gaines 12 rods gravel Same sec 8 from Goo Gaines to Goo W Cliffs 25 rods gravel Same ecc 0 from Geo W CliflB to Waynesburg 0 rods gravel 1fromstone Same sec 2 from Cashs store to Hanging Fork creek 30 rods stone Same sec 3 from Hanging Fork creek to Hustonville 40 rods gravel and 10 rods stone- lIustonvillo it ColToys mill pike sec 1 from Ilustonvillo to Wm Car sons 20 rods stone Same see 2 from Wm Carsons to Mt Salem 40 rode stone Hustonvillo it Bradfordsvillo pike whole road 20 rolls gravel Huitonvillo it Danville pike ser 1 from Hustonvillo to Black pike GO rods stone Same see 2 from Black pike to Boyle Co lino 20 rods stone it 15 rods gravel Huatonvillo it Carpenters creek pike whole road 80 rods gravel Hustonvillo it McKinney pike gravelI pike sec 1 from canning factory to old tollhouse 35 roes gravel oldQrods stone VlacetoSame sec 4 from Mt Salem to Casey county line 60 rods stone McKinuoy it Turncrsviilo pike road 35 rods gravel McKinney it South Fork pike sec cauningfactory factoryto10 rods stone and 5 rods gravel Same sec 3 from G T Ashlocks Hotel to Hustouvillo it Stanford pike at J S Murphys 25 rods stone and gravel Turnoraville it McCormack church pike sew 1 from Turncrsvillo to bam Helms 10 rods gravel Same sec2 from Sam Helms to Sam BUhopg 10 rods gravel Same sec 3 from Sam Bishops to Knob Lick pike 5 rods gravel Danville it Lancaster pike whole road 15 rode stone Lincoln it Boyle pike whole road 5 rods stone- Kingsville it Pleasant Point pike sec 1 from Stanford Wayuesburg pike to Casey county county road 20 rods gravel Same sec 2 from Casey county county road to Kiugsville 20 rods gravelCrab Orchard it Lancaster pike sec 1 from Crab Orchard to G W Evans farm 40 rods gravel or stone Same sec 2 from G W Evans farm to Garrard county line 25 rods gravelCrab Orchard it Chappcll Gap pike whole road 40 rods stone or gravel Carpenters it Moreland Station pike whole road 25 rods gravel A rod of stone or gravel shall consist of 225 cubic feet Hand broken stone and gravel must be on margin of road or section by Sept 15 1010 All gravel must be spread before Oct 15 1010 All superieor where it is to be spread All Crushed stove must ho spread not later than Jan 1 1011 All stone furnished must be good sound hard limestone or quartz and broken into pieces not to exceed two inches in diameter The gravel must be clean and flinty and that furnished Oil McKinney it Cofleys Mill pike must be from Green River The court or its representative may reject any material not of proper size quality Bidders must say wheth stone will be broken by hand or caushedThe supervisor reserves the right to reject anyand nil bids Blank forms on which bids may be made can bo obtained from the county clerk Copies of bonds may be obtained at the County Clerks office Lincoln county owns a rock crusher and contractors will ho permitted use it at 81 per ro- dS K DUDDERAR Supervisor Turnpike Roads for Lin coIn County RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can he accomplished by means ofour telephone service which you and your can get for a sun that is small comparedwith the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our apecial Far mers Line rate If you are not at telephone service we KentuckyTennesseeIllinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL TEL CO INOOKPOBATXB J hafield itxiN4aMiAi531k er J Mi4mlhnldfr1iI49aMflMit SHIRTS liftcQ That Famous JUST RECEIVED Our Spring Line of Famous Shirts BEST MADE FOIL iOc See Our Window I SAM ROBINSON FESIj STOC Of Garden Seed in bulk and in timothybluoseed Irish potatoes onion sets etc r W H HICOINS I Stanford KentuckyI1 Dont FailTo Get our prices on Tobacco CanvtssWe Have the TRICE and the goods LL SANDERS Crab Orchard Ky It B MAHONEY Pres J T WHITE Sccy W 8 FISH Treas The Citizens Realty and Title Co I Farms housesnrd lots for rent sale or exchange Persons desiring quick sales or purchases in realty of all kinds Call on or write us nt STANFORD KY Promptness and Reasonable Commissions Our Specialty Phone 200 J The Wintry Blasts May Come And the Rain and Snow Fall but your stock will keep warm in Nunnelleys New Stock Yards Plenty of Covered Pens and Feed and Water i DarSecondt c