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THE JITERIOP JOURNALa VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 15 1910 MO 5 r The National Educational Convention as Seen by Prof Ireland At tho request of Vo editor IIand with the consent of u liberal public these lino oro written with thu hope thatthey will bo an increment in thu Int lts of tho schools of our county aiHJjjitnniunUy on our mind tho help fdl thoughts and JURRcstlons made by j the leading educators of tho land wo Rlvo then without reluctance for they are worth with tho hope whatI greater Interest may be Inonlfest the work done in tho local school room May we digress here for a moment to tell briefly a tow things about Indian apolU It Is tho capital of Indiana nod the capitol building was erected in 1888 at a coat 2000000 and Is ono of tho few public buildings over completed I within the original estimate of cost There is a government building occupy InK a block between Pennsylvania and Meridian streets which also cost J2 id 000000 A city hall building U now being constructed at a cost of 700000 A monument stands in the center of what is known as tho circle the etrectll run out from this circle as the spolcea from a wagon wheel and it Is tho float one ever erected in honor of tho private soldier and sailor It was erected by tho State at a coat of 500000 and dedicated May 1C 1002 to the pri vate soldier nnd sailor It Is 28JJ feet high There arc numerous other points of Interest such as magnificent school five State institutions five theatres manufactories Y M C A and Y W C A buildings There is a union railway station Into which runs 18 steam roads and 1C2 trains run In and out daily Also an Interurban terminal for 14 electrical roads After mentioning these tea tuna wo will give notes on tho con vention Tho superintendents department of N E A met in Indianapolis March 14 and there was much diicusulon about Industrial Education Hygienic Conditions and Moral Ideate We shall not attempt an elaborate expose of the proceeding of the meeting but will make mention of a few of the most important addressed and tho thought presented therein On Tuesday after noon it was tho delight of tho member to hear Dr P P Claxton of Tennes see In an address entitled A Richer Moral Ideal Ho suggested elevating ideals He held children should bo taught that war Is Inhuman tending to bring only sorrow and poverty and desolation and that proper application of diplomacy and industry would avert future clashes between nations He maintained that universal peace and the disarmament of all nations can ro suit only from the efforts of tho teach ors in the schoolrooms of today and that such ends may be accomplished in tho course of two generations by in i structlng the child In life methods tend- Ing toward Industry and social advance rather than dealing with political ond- IntemaUonalstrlfo We call it an honor when wo subdue cur fellow men and slay them by the thousands in war Wo erect monu- vI mcnts to heroes of war Why not erect thorn to heroes of peace t The highest honor will in the future bo given to the heroes of peace Horace II Cummings of Salt Lake City delivered tho next address along moral lines and It would be well for every parent to observe his teaching Of what value to the individual or the State is the well trained Intellect whim yoked with a corrupt heart 7 It but adds to the wolf the qualities of the fox The three groat forces that up lilt society ore the home tho church and the schools Is there improper homo training 1 No religous Instruction can be given in the schools lest they become sectarian In it given In the homo t Are family ties and home influences what they should bo 7 Make tho application to your own town if you please Is it an uncommon Itthlnrto see boys from six to 16 years of ago haunting our streets at night tho cigarette which Is jj and puffinlt fraught with deathdealing powers over body and mind 7 Do parents consider It J wall that a good name in a boy or girl is the immediate jewel of their souls7 Aro the parents deeply concerned about how to godchildren to observe proper hours and de hey cooperato with the teacher In trying to secure politeness 7 Parents are too prono to look upon tho teacher as thoy sometimes do the preacher saying ho Is the only one ben elated Know what the child Is doing and know where ho Is as far as possi- bleI We can not teach the Bible In the school Do you teach it In tho home I One educator told a story which will illustrate hoW needful is religious train- ingI s A Salvation Army lassie called on a barkedper for a contribution to- I help In the fight What fight ask ed the man behind the mahogany The light between Satan and the Sa vior the lassie replied When does It come off 7 asked the saloon keeper Its going on right nownil tho time aNo he said I aint a goln to put y H iI any o my good money on any scrapper I dont know nn I never heard o eith or one o them fellers yuh havo just mentioned Do we need moro moral training Yes How are wo to get It7 Through the horns tho school and tho church Lot each do her part Let ono cornmonsoul Inspire and feed and animate the whole fabric of our cdI national system To do this wo must get tho parents Interested and thorn la no morn satisfactory way of reaching them than through the newspapers which If they are like the INTERIOR JOURNAL are always willing and anx ious to lend their columns to the educator to the end that schools may be uplifted and the community benefited thereby Wo will speak of Senator Bovaridgoa address and other interest ing features in our next article J W IttKtAND Bud ellsofWeather And Crops NKOLA KANSAS Editor INTERIOR JOURNAL I will again write a few Items for the readers of the chcapcs and best Of the seven weekly nnd semiweekly papers wo get none como as regularly as it Tuesdays Issue reaching us on Friday and Fridays is suo on Sundays and each paper regarded by the whole family as a rbal letter from homo Was sorry to learn that R C had sold the paper but if it had to change hands wo arc glad It got into tho possession of Mr Sauflcy lope your Wayncsburg correspondent will write oftener Wo are having as fino weather ns ono could wish Bnd the wind that wo had heard so much about before coming to Kansas has behaved splendidly so far but we are expecting it to do some blowing just any time during the month of April Tho wheat fluids are turning green since this warm weather faster than I havo ever seen before Two or three weeks ago it looked so dead that I felt like weeping over the death of tho 80 acre crop which I had bought Very late sown wheat Is no doubt damaged in this locality but the damage is not nearly so great Ita was first supposed So if tho chinch bugs and grasshoppers will lot us alone tho weather man will be good and that tall of Halleya comet dont brush us off the map in May Kansas may yet beat her last years Immense wheat crop which was moreI than 80000000 bushels Tho warm weather Is causing tho farmers to be gin In real earnest to prepare for the coming crops Some are taking advan tage of warm weather by shelling andt marketing their corn which is 8ellingt hero at from 58 to G2c at elevators or- t cars Others are making a raid on chinch bugs by burning out fence rows grass by roadsides etc Still others uro getting rid of straw stacks some by scattering on wheat others by burning as for myself this warm weather just makes me feel like hooking a team to the 40Olivcr and going out and turn- Ing over some of this prairie sod Out they tell mo to just walt Tho way it is done here is to wait till about April 15th then take four or six horses and do tho whole business of preparing ground and planting at ono trip About eight or ton acres a day for ono man and four horses then as soon as corn comes up go after it with corn sleds and cultivators Wo were sorry to hear of so much sickness and so many deaths in old Lincoln during the past winter and to hear of so much bad weather Now It was real cold here part of tho time 8 below was the coldest People here say it was the worst for 25 years but it was nothing to compare to what I have seen in Kentucky Thero was a great deal of rain hero in November then it rained on Dec 2 and 3 but since then it has not rained any except just a mist on Dec 4 It snowed some then on Dec 7 snowed more was about six inches deep which stayed on about five or six weeks with plenty of Ice Since then it has only snowed twice and only enough to cover the ground then We have no mud for oa soon as rain falls or snow melts the water sinks There are no springs hero and I havo only seen bno running stream in Stafford county Tho land is nearly level and not a atone Have good water at from 30 too feet The wells aro driven and most every one has a windmill for pumping Neola is 352 miles from Kansas City jy rail on a branch of tho Missouri Pacific Is just a small station but the land around it has recently been bought iy a man who proposes to give It a chance to grow There Is ono grain water hero and the farmers havo organized another elevator company that will this We are ten and a half miles southeast of Stafford a growing city of about 3 000 population about tho same dis tance of Turon Wo are about 2000 feet above sea level Tho altitude Is greater ut an average of about seven feat mile going west through the entire length of the State i But as this Utter Is now long it may go to the waste basket With beet wishes to the I J and all its readers IM G REYNOLDS J Ii i NEWS NOTES County Attorney U E Roberts of Scott county Is dead Thomas H Laughlin brother of President Tofts wife suicided in Pitts 1Scnatl1rsuffered a slight stroke of paralysis at Daytona Fla The Sons of Grins Isle will on Thursday tho 17th celebrate St Patrick s Day all over the world John Wagstaff his wife and eight children were burned to death In their home at Koxboro N C Mrs Mary Hendrick dropped dead at South Norwald Conn when told that the had inherited 5000 Daniel Noyes for 18 years Judge of tho 32d Indiana circuit died at Loporte Ind after an extended illness John Alexander Ramsey past grandmaster of tho Grand Lodge of Kentucky Masons is dead at Owlngsville The roof of the now milliondollar Ion depot at Winnipeg Man col lapsed killing two workmen and Injur ing several others Miners in the employ of the coal com panics near Greensburg Pa refused to work with nonunion miners rind 3 000 men walked out Paul Gall charged with fraudulently abstracting funds of the Capital Nat ional Bank of Indianapolis was found guilty by a jury in the Federal courtWm Jackson tho Negro janitor charged with attacking six young whites girls was convicted In the criminal court at Kansas City and sentenced to 09 years imprisonment Petitions containing tho names of 40805 voters were filed with tho Secretary of State of Missouri asking for tho submission at tho November j lec Lion of a prohibition constitution amendmentBecause fears that an attempt would be made to lynch him Frank Crabtree under sentence of life Imprisonment for the murder of Andrew Ramsey in Pulaski was brought to Danville for safekeeping The body of Miss Helen Bloodgood daughter of William Bloodgood of New York and heiress to a large fortune was found in Lake Carafallo near Lakowood N Y The young woman disappeared from her home on Wednesday night last MATRIMONIAL Rev and Mrs 014 Hucy of Somerset celebrated the 25th anniversary f their marriage last week The affair was a thoroughly enjoyable ono Mr George F DoBorde and Miss Sallie Dudderar surprised their many friends by going to Louisville last week and having tho nuptial knot tied They had been sweethearts for a long time and while it was generally belloyed they would eventually marry news of the Important event came as a real surprise to our people The wedding took place at tho homo of her niece Mrs Clarence Stucky at C3G E Broadway and Rev W N Briney of tho Broad way Christian church performed the ceremony Only a few of the imme into friends and relatives of tho contracting parties witnessed the ceremony Tho groom is a fino young man popular industrious and sober Ho holds a responsible and lucrative post tion with tho L N at Rowland and is held In high esteem by the officials of that company His bride is a hand some brunette popular accomplished and a fino young woman In every way She is tho youngest daughter of Col and Mrs W H Dudderar The happy pair have returned to Rowland and aro being heartily congratulated They will go to housekeeping in the Eastern portion of town probably on Whitley Avenue where the best wishes of their many friends will always be with them Dont Break Down Severe strains on the vital organs Ilk strains on machinery cause breakdowns You cans overtax stomach 11 vcr kidneys bowels or nerves without serious danger to yourself If you are weak or rundown or under strata of any kind take Electric Bit tors tho matchless tonic medicine Mrs J E Van do SahdoofKIrkland 111 writes That I did not breakdown while enduring a most severe strain for three moults is duo wholly to Electric Bitters Uso them and onoy health and strength Satisfact- IOn positively guaranteed 60c at Pennys Drug Store A consolidation of certain large au mobile Interests having a capitaliza tion of several hundred million dollars ia believed to bo under way J P Morgan Co who purchased tho E MF Co of Detroit will it is said fl nanco tho combination G L Penny guarantees Hyome to cure catarrh coughs colds soro throat and croup or money back Just breathe It in No stomach dosing Complete outfit 1 extra bottles 50cI li i bF a P A 1saa l11 P P 11 aa110 1RlPMP tRt AAR Ra IN7 A IfIAIhh1 1AtAM t PPPM 1V44idd44ddV 44449a4l4444444444444 0 Iin Ell ltYEHSTEl1 L i 4CallsFor iicc ifdt SOurline full of Snappy Stylish all wool suitsJ3 made by the best tailors in Amsrica is open your inspection We have taken extra care in setelecting some Nobby patterns especially inIi51 a c=rnr4rA f7 94 k 4 that are so good this seasonta 4- i NOTICE that distinctive fit around the collar that if Hart Schaffner Marx L s x clothes have and you will wonder why you have JJnot worn them sooner J 4 4 Cummins CA Wearen f 4e Y 4STANFORD KENTUCKY 41 HOME 44 II OF 4 trdd44444 1P lIPRI A Hart Schaffner Marx CIothesrta r ax 1f oC i04idt44VN f4aD PP6Alil Al atallAlehPR yatlt I prt LaM a parna a1d4444dV +vdd4Vdd4aOV4Jeiary n IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The widow of John Hosklne is dead in Boyle Mrs Belle Purdom aged 52 is dead at Bradfordsvllle Mrs Mary Martin aged 84 was burned to death in Mercer By clever work Jailer Stivers of Pulaski averted a jail delivery James F Allen aged 87 is dead In tho Somerset section of Pulaski- E W Lillard will establish a mam moth chicken farm near Danville Talton TayloV a bachelor aged GO died suddenly of heart trouble in Mad ison Flem Ed Carter Adairs oldest citi- Zen celebrated his 100th birthday last weekTho will of H M Ballou was probat ed at Lancaster Ho left his entire ea tate to his wife For killing William Bullock In Pulas ki E C Sowders was sentenced to the pen for two years J Beecher Adams has bought W A Reynolds interest In tho drugstore of Reynolds Adams Danville Spence Bowling who shot Alfred Gamblll in the law office of Johnson d Hazlewood at London was given one yearThe Kings Daughters Society has purchased the Elks Home at Middies boro and will convert it into a Hos pital The Lash of A Fiend would have been about as welcome to A Cooper of Oswego N V as amer chess lungracking cough that defied all remedies for years It was most troublesome at night he writes nothing helped wo till I used Dr Kings New Discovery whisk cured mo completely I never cough at night now Millions know its matchless I merit for stubborn colds obstinate coughs sore lungs la grippe asthma hemorrhage croup whooping cough or htyfover It relieves quickly and never falls to satisfy A trial con vinces SOc U Trial bottle free Its positively guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store For storing liquors In violation of the whisky ordinance of Spartansburg S X George Dearman was fined on 166 aunts aggregating 16600 and nearly 14 years on the chain gang It Saved His Leg All thought Id loso my leg writes J A Swenson of Watertown I Via Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure had at last laid mo up Then Buoklons Arnica Salve cured it suund and well In t fallible for Skin Eruptions Eczema Salt Hhoum Bolls Fever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 25c at Pennys Drug Store I Roller katlnglsgrowlnKIn popular yin England rwtt t h the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford HeHtuckyN Capitalr d 500000o2Y 4 Surplus 4300000 kV Resources 34000000 Sr H SHANKS PRESIDENT WM BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W1 ROCHESTER ASST CASH H CCARPENTERBDDKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER CLER- KDIREOTORSt i W O Walker Stanford S H Shanks Stanford GooW CartcrStanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T 0 Ran kin TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY I ORGANIZED IN J882- CAPITAL STOCK 50000JI SURPLUS EARNED 20000 y HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 2J6 500 r t i Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service ModemSafety Deposit Baxesjfor Uss JourjCmtomirs We Solicit Your Account OFFICERS I S Hocker President- S T Harris Vic President John J McRoberts Cashier H Q Baughman Asst Casbr WSaundersBookkeeper I DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman M D Elmore J M Pettus H C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson E C Walton J S Mocker W II Murphy R B JIAHONEY Pros J 1 WHITE Sccy W S FISH Trea- sThe f t Citizens Realty landiwKflkii i f f i jTitle Cm 1 vI 1 L y4 Farms houses and lots for reut saleor exchange Persons desiring jjulok sales or purchases in+reAlty of all kind Call on or writers atJSTANFORD KY Promptness and Reasonable Commssions c v Our Specialty Phone 200 p t M I r N J t The Interior Journal It SHELTON M SAUFLEY owaxR HON HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county candidate for roo tress from the l lghtl demotA PERSONAL WORD I distinctly remember that when a s l a lad ten years ago I stood on a box and picked typo out of the cases In the ij INTERIOR JOURNAL office my chief nrr i bitlon in life was to bo the man who fbadthe rightjto saywhat should go i n t paper and whatl should not Now when such authority is mine I feel that the boy did not realize what it was hasked The responsibility of conduct Ing a newspaper Is a heavy one at all times especially so when a new hand i tgoes to the helm held steadfast so lon so well by those much better equip ped to guide hal destiny An i faith in the goodness of God the gen and charity of heart of the peo I tpieof Lincoln and surrounding count coupled with a willingness to work Itieswork hard will Ro far however toward quieting many qualms lest the i Jhighcharacter and noble attainments papers former days mark not t its career in the future It is no exaggeration I to say that J throughout Uncivilized world today it is i recognized thatjthere is no more potent m agency for the stimulation of business fostering of education dissemination o- k information and awakening of thepe pIe to their possibilities and moral responsibilities than the newspaper Asa newspaper the INTERIOR JOURNAL will continue in the futuroj as in the past always to stand first and fore most for the best in all these and other good things for thejpeople of Stanford Lincoln county Interior Kentucky ir which it extensively circulatea andtht whole Commonwealth There are probably a suflklentlnumber of similar moral engines inothers of these United States to look after them satisfactorily for the present at least The INTERIOR JOURNAL cannot do this however aye it cannot live with out the hearty support and consistent cooperationjof thepeople of this city and community Merchants businessmen professional inen farmers can all be benefitted through its columns and can all assist itin its work The news paper is thegreatlmedium of comet t nication between buyer and seller i tr tae serve every kind of business enter prhe in addition to its mission of in formation and education asa pervayoi of the news It is astimulator of the very best life of the community in Its every capacity a great clearing house for all the people aud when so accepted and utilized by them can accom plhh its greatestfgood I have always thought that the late Col W C P Breckinridge spoke well when he declared that every newspaper should first be algentleman Not- Ing hat should appear in its columns th cannot be read without a blush at the family fireside The INTERIOR JOURNAL hopes to continue as the horn newspaper of all this section of Interior Kentucky and while faithfully chronicling thedoings of the world il will not record the nauseous new- which some classesj of papers play up in pandering to a depraved public tasteThe newsjcolumns ofa paper should give thenews as it has happened not the personal views of the editor there on If the readers 2 care to know his opinion on questions of tho day let them read the editorial columns He will not intrude his personal opinions into the news columns which he be sieves shouldlalone contain the unprejudiced and uncolored description of events The advertising columns are at the disposal of thepapers patrons The editor has nolvoice there and no responsibility save that they are al ways maintained at the standard that a gentleman always observes There is no need I think for declaration that the INTERIOR JOURNAL p will continue democratic in politics With democracy bred in the bone for generations nature almost would have to be reversed to make the editor otherwise And added to the natural inclination and training he has had the advantage like Paul of sitting at the feet of a Gamaliel and of learning the gospelof democracypure and unde filed Only tho most unregenerate republican could spend ten years in intimate association with the wellknown former editor Col W P Walton as the new editor has done and emerge anything but an intense champion of the Jeffersonian principles of political government While willing and anxious to proselyte however tho editor accords to others full freedom to think as they please and vote as they desire He honors no man the less solely on account of honest political beliefs Again the politics of a paper like- S the editors opinions on other subjects should find expression through the ed itorial columnsand not in tho news There will be noldiscriralnation for or j against any man in the news on account of his poltical affiliation WhenA it comes to choose between candidates for preferment within the democratic itparty tho INTERIOR OURNAL will not in local affairs to Indicate to its I cs tMl + sf +orvMS + nsrh L i readers whom it considers the best advertisingthe public any claims that they may- I desire When the matter is of Stat importance or conditions such that the papers readers may not be cognizant I of all the issues tho editor will place theirIracy the rule of the majority when I tho party has spoken he will accept its dictum and abide by its wls domThe new editor hopes for many im provements find to even further extend the papers sphere of usefulness thro I its already large circulation an the years goby Ten years absence from Stanford has made many changes li Manqy as a away or ougor come other communities He wants to meet and know them site He wishes all to feel that the INTERIOR JOURNAL is their paper and that it is working for the and their interests as bests it can wants their assistance to make it bet ter to make this city county and the communities surrounding better better places to live in happier more pros perous in every way It can be done INTERIORtJOURNAL stands ready to do its part It df handsoIn the language of the poet now Is the time to subscribe SHELTON M SAUFLEY LEGISLATIVE DOINGS FRANKFORT March 12 Retrench ment and reform are proving the watch words of many zealous members of the Lower House during the closing days of the legislative session now that all the salaries desired raised have been raised and other measures backed by certain interests put through The de feat of the bill providing fora uniform system of inspection and accounting of the public offices of the State is one of the steps toward retrenchment which will hardly be appreciated by the peo ply of the State when it is properly understood Hundreds of thousands of dollars are being saved in the State of Indiana every year under this law which was recently enacted there as one o ttho pet measures of Gov Marshall I places all of the county officials upon a common system of record keeping EI that their business may be readily checked up by the State Examiner and inspector and a tab be constantly kept on their settlements with the State treasury An extra clerk or two would bo necessary in the State examiner am I Inspectors office to do this work and the watch dogs of the treasury barked at this and did not take into consider ation the immense saving which is made to the taxpayers wherever the law is In operation Will Shanks stood sponsor for the bill in tho House but could not get it through It was defeated by 50 to 39 after passing the Senate In an effort to elevate the bar of the State the State Bar Association fath ered a bill for a State Bar Examiners r but the House put its ban on the bill too THIRD TIME A CHARM After two successive defeats in the Senate Gov Willsons pet bond issue bill finally got through tho House when the executive waved the big stick of an extra session over the heads of the members The bill pro vides for issual of 500000 in bonds to help pay off the States indebtedness There is said to be much doubt as to the fate of the bill in the House By its passage of this bill or not the House may have the say as to whether there will be a special session HELM MAKES A JUT Congressman Harvey Helm of the Eighth district was in Frankfort Friday shaking bands with his many friends in the General Assembly and greeting politicians from over the State Mr Helm says that if an appeal is made to the State Central Committee which he does not believe at all probable that the higher tribunal will assuredly sustain the call for the primary on April 30th He does not believe that he will have opposition for a renomination and prominent politicians from over the State say that he has made such a splendid record that he should have none Some leaders here go so far as to say that when the State democracy looks about for a suitable candidate for governor next year it might do worse than to nominate Congressman Helm They declare that he has many elements of strength which many others who have been mentioned do not podliess INDETERMINATE SENTENCE LAW Gov Willson has approved the Inde terminate Sentence bill which makes it a law Contrary to general impression this law does not give the sentencing of criminals to the circuit judge but leaves it with the jury simply to con vict the law automatically sentencing the prisoner according to the degree of the crime of which he is found guilty If a man is found guilty of manslaugh ter and the law provides penalty say from one to20 years the prisoner comes to tho penitentiary with the indctermin Y 4 iI 4 ate sentence of from one to 2Q years the length of his prison term depending upon hid conduct and the judgment of the prison commissioners as to when he is fit to be turned loose upon decent so clety once morn S M S POLITICAL of State Ben L Brunor forrGovernor 0 U Pollard of Jackson has announced for tho democratic nomination for Attorney General nomlnaItion action in order to give a hearing to those opposed to Mr Stone Senator Cobb backed by Tim Woodruff find the republican machine of New York was elected president pro tem by the State Senate which disregarded Hoot and GO Senatortunman The testimony of James R Garfield former Secretary of the Interior before the BallingcrPinchot investiga mlion committee was enlivened by the declaration of the witness that he did not believe the 30000000 bond issue recommended by President Taft to Con gress was necessary for the proper forwarding of irrigation work in the West The Legislative Committee authoriz ed to investigate tho condition of Ken tucky prisons have completed their work and made report to the Legisla ture Monday The findings are highly complimentary to the present Prison Commissioners The convicts were found to be well fed and clothed and their tasks light The punishment given in fractious prisoners was found not to be excessive A Man of Iron Nerve Indomitable will and tremendousener gy are never feast where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Dowels arc out of order If you want these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills the matchless rcgula tors for keen brain and strong body 25c nt Pennys Drug Store R W FUWS BOlDGHT TRAPPERS ATTENTION 1 A E CURKHARDT RACCOONSKUKXMUSKnAT OTHERI I MeektCiliclaialll0 Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KYoResidence Phone 34 Office W Insure with me and bfully protected BEAU NABOTII lsaa Shred by NalgtlUO116 itcconl719YBenu byNovsltigilrcconlrllj Metropolitanlsiz bylbyWainerxtbseventh dam tired by Thornton1 Itattler Beau Naboth Is a largo horse standing 1C hands and weighing condition 11BU pound When bo becomes acquainted with the tory of his limited education he begin to reallzlI that ho Is truly romarkable harness stallion that he mut be horse U hehasrmade With very little handling he has proven to IM the champion harness itnlllon of Kentucky lie has won over the best hat produced Read of him and OU will hRt there are no tatter bred stallion In Kentucky then be Is KivuhImcolt give him a trotter mare be will got NabothiiiWll1utlectlolleerof thoroughbred to give him stamina Come and tee this hone he lines without a faun bo Is perfect from end to end hit three crops of colts cannot be excelled by any horse Will stand at the Nunnelley JobnUookcnretakerphone11N J M PETTUB Phone 61 Rings Stanford Ky THE WARFIELD 30M1 Tr fll McKlnmeyKyAuoro4N10011bred T ntbyjlDare farlUlKalt horse chow winnings he won sven cham- 1lonlblpJNatlonul Horse HbOWtllnt dnm r fouryears old record 211X sire of American- Belle three years record 212k and n others In ZJSO list a sou of Onward HU record 22Alire of Onward Hllver iOSJ and 170 other In 210 list Onward was sired by Oeo Wllks 1819 Hee Dam Duornia sired by Mambrlvo King 1275 sire of HO Including Lady of the Manor 2013 third dam Votlet by Nutwood record 218 cuo sire of ISO In lJIOlllt fourth dam Topaz by Htrathmore lay sire of W In tM list Fifth dam Willard by Albion seventhLadyWarfleldUan extra high class horse not afraid of anything actor and at well urofeen as any horse In und out of tho stable has II good coat Rltd carries nice heRd and titheIa90daysIndIvIdualitynnda sire of note seeing that ho Is a son of thegreat race und famous Progenitor ofthoon the turf and after retirement to tho stud sireNotrace horses but the family him furnished ninny noted show ring winners as well as beIngringthanWilt nmkuthe present seiitonat our farm 0110 mile frown McKinney Ky at UI to Insure a living DrlgnEIIYoung formoresurefoalft tl Inure 8 M OWKNH SON MKlnney hy JJiWa l r iJ Jiic MASONS MEET wUlmeotinthird Monday nights of eucb month nt 750 oclock In theIr holt on mnln strceet Htan ford Ky Members of sister lodges are Iratcrnally Invited to be present W ltm ntngtou sec W Ae TFMBLE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 I Night Thoiio 133 Stanford Kentucky FARM FOR SALE My farm our acres of oodlandwell Im saledttho Miiywood tccllon house has 51x rooms outbutldingsAJ TMVINdHTON It K U 001 Stanford Ky J J BELDEN For house carriage anti sign painting g deco relive r hanging also buggy trimming of nil kinds such in tops recovered curtains and boots muda MtopoverAldrldxosblnck smith Bhnp Welt Main 8t Bliintord Ky ThonoNo lX J J HKIUKX I Stock of Merchandise for Sale I I desire to sell privately my stock of Oro eerie and Hardware being n good bust ness Will invoice about ltcro llcatou111 health OEO D lIOPPEfHtanford Ky B D CARTER New Liven Depot Street Phone OGi STANFORDaKENTUCKY CLEMENS HOTEL J L ELKIX Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKY Large airy outside rooms Commercial travelers n specialty Special rates by week or month The proprietor li n former Lin cola county man and lilt friends should re member him when topping In his town NEW MUSIC i We have placed In stock n fine line of vo cal and Inttrumental music mil sold at Mo per Will order any special piece desired For laten- tShugarV d Tanners Drug Htoro Stanford Kentucky A W CURD AUCTIONEER Burgin KentucUy I am n graduate of Jones National School of Auctioneers Chicago and have bnd ex perience In tho big cattle sales at tbo UnIon stock Ynrdi Chica wo told tome thoroughbreds HI high as HJM Alto in horse sales where ftu talei were made each day Auctioneering U a science and I have studied It with tbll idea Hee or phone me before you arrange for your tale can make sales loyourndvantage PHONKSJll SHERIFFS SALE Sly virtue of execution No anodlrected to me which Issued from the Ulerk office 01 tbo Lincoln quarterly court in favor of Mat Preston ngalntt J It llcaslvy I or one of my Deputies will on MONDAY A IKI U 4th 1910 between the hours of oclock r u and t oclock r x at Grime lleailey livery stable In Stanford Lincoln countypose to public tale to the ldderihe following property or to much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Pmlntlffs debt t1aboutLincoln stallion Squirrel about It bands high now In Hrlmeilieazleyi possession at said stable nzlvyTIUlltIHAle quiredbearinglnterestuttb0 a months bond with approved aeeurltlreo clint per annum from day of tale and hat iiiK force and effect of a sale bond Witness my 1910 WLMcUAISFYShedR- LUWhen Hungry OUTOs Canons Restaurant Loneatter Street Htanford K Meals served at all hours up to 119 r u Best place lu town for a good quick meal looking to suit our customers our specialty Splendid new line of fancy Groceries Hot Ooffee Handwlches plea Butter milk and sweet milk eto at all times W A CARSON Prop inwiddie Co ustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We carry an uptodate line of goods I i 11 7 lo i Y fo Extra Good is not too good for our boys In the first place boys deserve the best thats going and then too the best is always the cheapest Our stock of boys suits were well selected Greys and Blues are the things this time Ev erything of course has Knickerbocker trousers and the range of prices run 1 from 350 to 10 and as pretty pat terns and tailoring as a mortal ever saw HaJ MoROBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY af 8f mG L Penny R H Coffey i il Coleman m W Dr Hess Poultry Panacea Irst Will make hens lay euro them of iIUcAH and keep thorn in Z tR good thrifty condition numberIZcJ mt1for the small cxpetiM of feeding 0 lxi KI vttorett1 I PENNYS DRUG TOREm11Btnford Kentucky When You HaveiE1trCJdaceTo Sell Call f I H B NorthcottfI Stanford Ky Phone 153 I + IfTHURMAN K TUDOR Manager 1A n1t Jt I f j I A Rare OpportunityP JsuHisbecnutfe you will tee a much larger flue than nuy retoU etotciirricrnnd tho garment will ho made to your measure and yours trill IMS Unlike any you sec tho prico will bo much lower thai others nek 1 2 The Interior Journal h r T n STANFORD KY Man 15 1910 NEEDLES Bobbins and Shuttles for DrugStorew PERSONALS MR J S CAMPBELL was In London Saturday MRS II G METCALF of McKlnncy was hero Saturday MR HoncRTH Woo DR spent Sun day at Mt Sterling MR JOHN OWSLEY REID is threaten ed with typhoid rover MRS JosBfti COFFEY who has been very sick li Improving Miss PAULINE MOCKER visited Lan caster relativeS last week MR W II TRAYLOR who has been III was some better yesterday MRS W S DENIIAM spent several days with friends In Cincinnati MRS J R HARRIS who has been ill for several months Is Improving MRS R M NEWLAND and baby are visiting Madison county relatives r Miss Herns GILUORB of Danville was the guest of the Misses White MR A D ROOT has returned from a visit to his son at Roosevelt Okla MR G TAsilLocK of McKinney went tuEsat Bernstadt Saturday 0MRS J M DRONAUOII of Lexing ton was tho guest of tho Misses Pax tonMM W D GROVE of St Louis is visiting her aunt Mrs John Stephen sonI Miss EVA FRANCIS of Kings Moun tan is with her sister Mrs W L McCartyMISS of Campbell llager man CollfgcU Lexington visited her father hero MR JOHN W BROWN of Mt Ver non was here Frlday and Saturday on legal holiness MM CLARENCE STUCKEY of Louis ville is with her parents Mr and Mrs W L Murphy MRS J S OWSLEY returned Satur day from a protracted visit to her part ants at Franklin MASTER ROWAN WElIR ofKnoxvillo is with his grandparents Judge and Mrs M a Saulley- TIiECurrent + Events Clutiwill meet wIth Mrs W M Bright at a oclock Thursday afternoon rhowARD CAMNITZ and Rowland lush op witnessed the Del sarto entertainment hero MR W C TUCKER is at home from Midlothian Texas with his parents Mr and Mrs W T Tucker I DR E J DROWN left Saturday for New York City where be will spend several weeks attending lectures MESDAMES J S MUKPIIY of Mc Kinney and McDowell Foglc of CAS- ey were here shopping Saturday MRS J II YAGER of Elizabothtown WAS up to see her son Mr W A Ya ger who has been sick for some time MRS BELLE PERKINS add son Mr Charles Perkins of Garrnni epent Sunday with Mr and Mw J C Eu banksMRS CHARLES A SrciaLB of Shel byvllle Ind is here to see her father the agedlDr W M Doores who Is very ill R L SMITH of Hiatt Rockcastlo Ii 0county waslhcre court day and arrang advertising his good young sire Silver Dare y Miss ANGIE CARPENTER and Mr t King Carpenter of Hustonvlllo attended the Delsarte entertainment here 4 Friday evening MeSDAMES IS P WOODS Bcttle Bush and Nannie Woods Kitchen will leave Thursday for Martlnsville lad to take tho baths MR WOODSCWALKER of Garrard was on yesterdays tram returning from Louisville He says his father Mr E II Walker Is doing well REPRESENTATIVE WILL H SHANKS camo over from Frankfort to spend Sunday with his wife He loft Mon day morning to bo present at the clos ing days of the General Assembly MRS J H DURHAM and little son Harry who have been spending several weeks with her parents Mr and Mrs IL D Alridge has joined her husband Dr J II Durham at Durant Okla MR R G WILMOTT an old Brod head boy now a promising banker at Nepton Fleming county was hero Sat 4urday night between trains on his way to spend Sunday at his former homo I i 3t f Thursday Mch 17 M the day we want you to come to our store and look nt suits Skirts wash suits wash skirts which will ho on display from one of tho best makers we know of Tell your friend J setayCOME L Mns CHARLOTTE WARREN Is quito sick with grip MRS J S TERPW who has been III Is convalescing Miss IEAciiie DAUCIIMAN Is though- to bo improving- MR A G EASTLAND of Louisville Is Hero working Insurance MR J 0 TERRY of Somerset is with friends in this section MR W S WEAvEn of Lancaster was hero on business Monday jMR SAM UAINES of Louisville was the guest of Miss Pearl Gentry Miss ALLIE YANTIS of Lancaster Is tho guest of Miss Bessie Yantls- MR J E ROBINSON county attor ney of Garrard was In town yester day Dillion Miss MARY C ENGLEMAN of North Carolina is tho guest of the Misses GentryMRS H B Sumi of the Walnut Flat section has been quite ill with stomach trouble liON W J PRICE of Danville was hero yesterday on legal business and shaking hands with his friends LOCALS SEE our display of pattern hats Satur day 19th Misses VanDcvcer W nicerfresh butter at the Country Store GOc per pound I NEW line of wall paper and picture I moulding just in J L Bentley Co LOST in Stanford Sunday night tan automobile glove Leave at this officoI MILLINERY opening Saturday the 19th Your patronage solicited Misses VanDeveor PURE bred White Plymouth Rock eggs for sale 15 for 31 Mrs Hugh Reid Stanford LOST between my homo and Wal tons Opera louse a blue enameled pin Reward Miss Maggie Stagg TUB invited to my millinery parlors Saturday 19th to inspect a lino of uptodate bats Miss Ella May Saunders THE dog killer visited Danville and sent a large number of canines to their last rest He could do a thriving busi ness In Stanford MR B P SnswKEe sold his homo at Moreland to Mr J J Spears of the West End for 2000 Mr S will move to Mercer and farm TilE baby born to MrandMrs G A Walter of Kings Mountain lived a few hours and then Its little light went out forever Tho mother is very Ill 1 1 WILL HUMPHREY watchman at tho McKinney Singletree Factory fell In the dark Thursday night and broke a couple of ribs Ho was also badly cut about the face Tun old fiddlers am clamoring for an old fiddlers contest and Manager Wal ton of tho Opera House has decided to hold one about April 1 This is no April fool however HOWARD CAMNITZthechampion pitcher has signed with tho Pittsburg team for another year and the great twirler left Saturday to join the ag gregation at West Baden Ind You are cordially invited to attend tho millinery opening Saturday March 19th Tho best and most uptodate line of goods ever shown In Huston vllle Miss Cora Llpps and Sister 0 P HUFFMAN SONS have bought out the Relnhart stand on Main street and will move their meat market there They wilt continue to carry all kinds of fresh meats and staple and fancy gro I ceded A BAD CHARGE George Taylor a negro was arrested by Deputy Sheriff W S Embry as he stepped off of the 1125 southbound L N Saturday night lie is wanted hero on a bastardy charge and tho officers say that the case is u bad one against him Ho was lodged In jail JUDGE J M BENTON of the Madison circuit court showed good judgment when ho appointed Judge H C Rice of Richmond master commissioner Judge Rico Is a fine gentleman a sterl ing democrat and a splendid citizen He is a brother of Messrs J S and T A Ricoof this place WANTEDto trade lumber for barn patterns for corn and haytC J Sip pie London church will meet with Bright this Tuesday afternoon Moro sewing will bo done and another goo reader will bo on hand Turn Delsar o entertammnet given under tho supervision of Mrs A D Reid at Waltons Opera Mouse Friday evening was largely attended and thor oughly enjoyable throughout ThoI drills were all well executed and 0 young ladles and gentlemen who took part are deserving of hearty congratu lations The tableaux were very artis tic and beautiful As some 75 of our ycungpeople participated in the enter tainment it would take more space than we cane pare to mention them all and toll how well each one did The most amusing number was the Guess What drill in which some 12 ar 15 young men dressed as up to date young ladies appeared The boys showed ex cellent taste in their makeup and ma ny at first thought they belonged to tho other tex Mrs Reid took only two weeks to train her pupils or rather performers and their efforts proved that they are apt scholars and that she is a most excellent teacher We hope she will give Stanford a return date for no audience has In years been bet ter pleased than the one which wit neared her Delsarto entertainment TUB much petition to ro establish the saloons in Harrodsburg was filed in the county court last Mon day by Mr R B Phelps one of the petitioners through their attorney C T Corn Tho petition is in five parts and purports to contain 270 names Of these it is said about 30 of them are white In the first ward only 11 signatures were obtained to the petition only three of them are white It is said that one paper containing about 150 names all colored has nearly every name signed by the same person It is also said that several nances are duplicated on the same paper and that several appear on two different papers and that one party signed on tho same paper under two names The temper anco peoplo claim that many names are on the papers without authority Ex ceptions to the petitions and objections to the granting of tho order for the election will be tiled on next court day April 4 and the temperance forces will In tho meantime give a general over hauling of the names The temperance people are represented by practically the entire bar all of whom have vol unteered their services Tho temperance peoplb are going to fight the mat ter to tho last ditch and wo believe that they will find sufficient law to back them up to prevent an election from being held Harrodsburg Her- Ald EXCITING RUNAWAY While driving- to church hero Sunday morning Mrs K Shugars wife of the wellknow- druggist had a narrow escape roc or serious Injury when the pony she was driving ran away with her and dashing into the window of J C Mc Clarys harness store on Main street was brought to a stop so suddenly that she was thrown thrpugh the hole which had been made by tho little steeds head in the plata glass Her little son W K Shugars Jr who was with her tumbled out of the rig when it was brought to a stop without a scratch Mrs Shugars was shaken up consider ably but beyond a rent In her coat she came out of tho exciting affair un scathed She had driven with her lit tle son from McKinney and once or twice on the road over the Shetland pony they were driving had shown an inclination to balk As they came down Cemetery Hill he seemed to take the bit in his teeth and came through town on a dead run with Mrs Shugars gamo ly tugging at the lines but unable to restrain him Several men and boys dashed out in an effort to stop the little steed as he passed tho court house but they did not catch him and he attempt ed to dash into Bcazleys stable at full speed Ho didnt turn quick enough and struck the iron railing in front of McClarys window and smashed out tho glass the Impact throwing Mrs Shu gars over his head as if from t a rata pault Men quickly rescued her and found that the only real damage done was a broken strap or two on the harness Mrs Shugars was warmly cone gratulated upon her narrow escape and nerve in trying to master the little beast MILLINERY opening March 19th Come Everybody invited Miss Ella May Saunders PURE Plymouth Rock I eggs 1 for setting of 15 Mrs A R Nunnelley Turnersville dWANTEDSome countrympathome sides shoulders jowls etcat the Country Store ANOTHER car of cotton seed meal a J II Baughman Cos We hand only the 41 per cent goods the best I FOR SALEFew nice Buff Orping ton cockerels Also eggs for hatching Mrs W J Holtzclaw Stanford R F D No1 TimE public is cordially invited to attend my millinery opening Saturday March 19th Mrs R E Thompson Crab Orchard 2t An inspector an officer of election under the law which fixes a punishment for tho mutilation of bal lots according to a decision by the Court of Appeals THOSE having claims against the es tate of Geo B Saufloy deceased are notified to present same to the under signed properly proven for payment Those owing him will please make let tlement with me at once George L Penny administrator Tile Lexington Herald of Sunday contained a large picture of W G Lackey an old Stanford boy who has climbed to the top of the ladder in Mia souri Ho is president of the Kentuc ky Society of st Louis and vice presi dent of the Missisippi Valley Trust Company MY Spring opening will be Saturday March 19 Will have many latest style handmade and street hats Am pre pared to make any shape hat desired In connection with my millinery will have many nice samples of ladies rea dytowear underwear aprons etc Mrs G W gentry Stanford G L PENNY the druggist has re placed his old soda water fountain with a handsome Becker Iceless Fountain which is the finest thing of the kind in this section Mr Pennys reputation as a dispenser of delightful soda water is already well known and ho proposes to give even a better article the com ing season MRS widow of the late Madison McKinney died other homo in the Mt Salem neighborhood Sunday She was in her BOth year and was beloved by all who knew her She leaves no children but was con nected with a large and prominent ram ily in that section of the county She was long a faithful member of the flap tist church The funeral was held on Monday afternoon the burial being in McKinney cemetery HON HARVEY HELM twice Congress y an the papers Sunday Hun William Jennings Price of Danville the only prospective candidate against thn Tall Sycamore of theSt Asaph announces that ho will not make the race for the democratic nomination before the pri mary to be held April 30 Mr Price expresses more or less dissatisfaction over tho action of the district commit tee which met at Nicholasvllle but his friends believe that he is too good a democrat to let that affect his course and they are sure ho will be found with the united democracy of the district behind Mr Helm at the election in Nov ember With no other candidate in sight the committee will meet on the date set for the primary call it off and formally declare Mr Helm the nominee of tho party At tho meeting of the church con gregation of the Methodist church in conference after the regular services Sunday morning it was decided to hold a protracted meeting beginning the first week in May The matter of assistance to the pastor Rev J J Dickey for tho revival work was left to the pastor and tho official board Auditor James will only pay extra employes of the House and the Senate for actual time they have worked and not for full service days of the ses sion This cuts off dot of gravy The Q C railroad has just receiv ed five new elegant coaches and ten more are on the way MaKers t Would not go to the expense of allowing us the services of Iris It mand and his samples were it not for the fact that rye buy s great many goods from them we know how the ladies appreciate this privilege and place this splendid line at your service xr- y SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY il WIIIhero Christ McKINNEY justln The r L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin 1 Muslin Underwear I finetor em ebroidery and broiling high or low neck with all styles sleeves petticoats of very fine cambric with deep flounce of beautiful taco and insertion very dainty in design and extra well made Another style a beautiful embroidery flounce Corset covers linenlacefrom 25c to 8150 We arc also showing a new Jine silk petticoats made of very fine taffeta silks several different styles some with the tail ored bands others with Ilounco or fine tucks nllll plaits to be hadin black and colors prices ranging from 8398 to SO Them we consider exceptionally good values HUGHES MARTIN CO v Dry Goods Notions Shoes c STANFORD KENTUCKY I New tswash GOOdS Linens Madras Ginghams and Suitings A collection which will appeal to you in patterns and prices We would like to have you call that we may show them to you W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky TiniingPlumbing Heating i yearhousePorcelain Bath Outfit Have W K WARNER to install your country water work vA reasonable prices and guarantee We also carry iiistock IfOROE AND CISTERN PUMPS Roofing sortiRoofing Paints Calland see us Telephone 188 W K WARNER I Stanford Ky W L MOARTYPres E C WALTON VPrca L R HUGHE98 At Stanford Real Estate COt P Stanford KervtucHy a i Farms And Town Property Handled on COlllln ion Stocks and UAr7a Sold If you Have Property to Sell orReut Notify Utf s Write for Circular toIL R HUGHES Secretary Stanford Kr t- S a I 1e Interior Journal IMItIlin Jot Port Ofceai islanford- l aead4tsr mlUltr La 3 N TIME TABLE NollHonthlJlMPx fro 1f4outh 1045 A M NoNortbtUOA H NoMNofth6W P M NoW109A H No160PM JOSS RICE Agont TO THE FARMERS IvHIcanltuu to handle Fertilizers Intho tvabo sod alaIllmy sections and ask tny IIS to remember me I nllo n k till W1Uoaagrof many new oudomerLllOSIPPGE London b- yrSpringSummer Stock ur by a tailor of ex Wrloa Thenourcloth wbetl1er a low suit or the Hncst evenlns 5SS will Indicate theplweretutde at to yWmrntmrw I will nlio take your lueas Qte fM trousers fancy e OMAii aiHl overcoats Full and wrlnto liiDpkitMi hand rcudy for your Inspection II O ItUPLEYThe ors Ky Fruit and Ornamental Trees JCmyttlni for Orchard Lawn and Oanlen One Strawberry plants Free Catalogues No Agents H F Hillcnmeyer Sons IinrtMOTOX KENTUCKY Harry Jacobs Dealer in and Mnnnfocturcr of Marfolo and Granite Monu monts JUiTfcsr sad Posts Omctery and lawn 1 Bkutl settees Office nnd works Me JCSaiKy I CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I 3 lurnuh the public with the best as rtU as the fnwbtst of cut flowers punts of iU kind bulbs potted flowers on short AMtos Also make a specialty of wreaths ZttloT funeral purposes Ja ccnuectlon with the nliore I have nil Mediiot vegetables on hand at reasonable fCIllU iT IAN flU FN HOUHEB Kit HuuiiAim 1aoB Stanford Ky CONCRETING saraaieln to do all kind of con t U snail as Block Work Pavements wMkla fact we can make any thing from tteas down to a fence pot We can serve tontptly and guarantee llr tolne pricesDssrs PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Fish Pennington Insurance and Real Estate Jdlkinds of INSURANCE on all kHife of property Only the largest companies represented Hate 09 low as can be had anywhere tmford Ky Phone 200 Jl Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm on Also Dealers in Fur TheysillI all Kinds of Stock Give TLemjvCall Prices Righf EtfiFORD Boo KENTUCKY J C McClary tHtortakor Embalmor and ttttterIlnHarnoss Saddlery STANFORD KY fQIIIr renMCT Home Phone H f rS i a o =e FARMERS DEPARTMENT hogs went to 11 at Indianapolis last week- i J M Craig sold In Rockastlo 50 hogs at 7c James N Cash will put in 125 acres of tobacco this year Fan SALEl00 young owes J H Newell Yosemite Ky S J Boll sold a fine pair of mulea ton Casey county party for 325 Cloll McAninch sold a good horse to F P Brown for 150 court day At San Antonio Texa 1800 three nnd fouryearold steers sold at 32 50 George Holmes sold to R E Thomp son a coming threeyearold jack for 300 STRAYKD Poland China gilt weight about 100 Reward forreturn W M Bright 2t FOR SALE20 long yearling and 20 short carting steers M J Hoffman Moreland Ky 4t Henry Field sold a brown gelding to W B Burton of Lancaster for a fan cy price on Monday- J Lee Murphy of Boylo county reported here court day that hosold a nice bunch of lambs at 8c Bright Fox of Danville bought of Rev Joseph Ballou a good 4yearold horse for175 on court day FOR SALE75 to 100 bushels ot or chard grass seed Extra good 150 per bushel B B King Moreland Red Leaf the great trotting stallion will positively be sold at B G Foxs stable Danville next Monday K E Goddard FOR SALE25 threeyearold mules All broken and in good working order Call on or phone Logan Hubble Lan caster R F D No1 W M Fields Son sold a good horse to W B Burton of Lancaster yester day lie got such a fancy price for him that he declined to tell the amount- S M Owens Son are telling of the splendid qualities of their great stal lion The Warfield Read what they have to say They wi lalso stand a fine jack at 8- U T Selby of Russell who attended court here yesterday sold to a West End party as he came through lIuston ville Saturday a 1452pound cow at Sc- and 2 50 premium W O Walker will stand his great stallion Carroll Preston in town the coming season at 25 to insure a living colt His description and pedigree will appear in a few days Carroll Duddernr tells us that he sold yesterday to W O Walker and H C Wray his sorrel mare by Ashland Brook for 750 She Is three years old and a great show mare That grand sire Dignity Dare will appear In the INTERIOR JOURNAL Fri day Mr D S Carpenter was down from Hustonvillo Monday telling of the fine condition his stallion is in this sea sonFOR SALEPure Boone county white seed corn 125 per bushel See sample at Lincoln County National and Pint National Banks Also 15 bushels of cultivated hemp seed S J Embry Jr and John C Pepples Stanford The American Tobacco Co which is now fighting the Federal suit for Its dissolution before the United States Supreme court made public Its annual report for 1909 whichshowed that the socalled tobacco trust earned 50J per cent on its 40000000 common stock Secretary of War Dickinson is In fav or of changing the present system of buying horses for the army He has suggested that the Department of Ag riculture encourage the breeding of horses suitable for the army and proposes to buy direct from the breeders and cut out the contractors STANFORD COURT There were be tween 400 and 500 cattle at Nunnelleys stock yards yesterday and most of them changed hands Some extra good year lings and twoyearolds sold at Sic but 51 was the ruling price for young helf ers Heifers went close to 5c The demand for all grades was good Butcher stuff was brisk at 3 to 4c Tho horse and mule market was lively Horses sold at 75 to 200 and mules at 125 to 225 A good crowd attended court CHURCH MATTERS Rev John H Page a wellknown Baptist preacher Is dead at Horse CaveRev Hugh McLellan has resigned as pastor of the Christian church at Rich mondThe name of James H Parrish the bank wrecker has been stricken from the books of the Third Baptist church of Owensboro The teachers and assistant teachers of the Christian church Sundayschool will meet with Superintendent C E Tate this Tuesday evening at 7 o clock to discuss subjects on the promotion of Sundayschool work Rev J L Hart who has been in the Argentine Republic South America as a missionary for the Baptist church for the past several years preached on the work which his denomination is doing in that country at the Baptist church Sunday rftorning He is an interesting talker and thoroughly consecrated to his work Roy Golden the star pitcher of the Blue Grass League last season has been returned by Louisville to Richmond J- e k Ao iIThe man who votes to put a bill where it cant possibly come to a vote and then attempt to explain his action by saying ho will vote for the measure when it is actually up for passage evl dently looks upon his constituents as a tribe of thick skulled Hottentots Todd County Times JOTICEv 1 e 1 TO ContractorsLet- ting MONDAY APRIL 4th 1910 Notico is hereby given that IosSupervisor of turnpike roads fur Lin coIn county Kwill until 10 oclock A jr Monday April 4f 1010 receive sealed bids for stone and gravel con tracts on tho various sections of turnpikes in said Lincoln county Ky houliugbrenking gravel must be sealed and filed with me on or before 10 oclock A M Monday April 4 1010 at Stanford Kyand no bids will bo received after that time Contracts will bo let to tho lowest and best bidders and con tractors will be required to give bond with surety to be approved by me for the faithful performance of their contracts and for all penalties and damages for failure to so perform their contracts within tho timo and under tho conditions hereinafter men tioned Stanford Danville pike ecc 1 from Stanford to Mrs Mattie Whites 30 rods stone Same sec 2 from Mrs Mattie Whites gate to Boyle county lino 30 rods stone jfrontHush Branch 25 rods stone Same sec 2 from Rush Branch to Hubble 20 rods stonC Stanford Knob Lick piko sec 1 from Stanford It Hnstouvilla pike to Hanging Fork creek 10 rods gravel Same see from Hanging Forkcreek to Danvillo Hustonville pike 20 rods gn1elIStanton it Milledgovillo pike see 1 from Stanford Hustonville pike to gravelSame gravelStanford1 from Stanford Crab Orchard pike to Wilkcrsons Branch 20 rods stoneSame sec 2 from Wilkcreons Branch to Crab Orchard Lancaster pike 20 rods stone Stanford it Crab Orchard pike sec 1 from Stanford to Baughmans gate 20 rods stone Same sec 2 from Baughmans gate to Bywatere gate 15 rods stone Same see 3 from Bymkars gate to Crab Orchard 40 rods etone Stanford it Ottenhciui pike sec 1 from Stanford it Waynesburg pike to J G Lynns 15 rods stone or gravelSame see 2 from J G Lynns to Boonos shop 10 rods stone Same sec 3 from Booncs shop to Ottenheim 20 rods gravel Stanford it Dix River pike sec 1 from Stanford it Crab Orchard pike to Hoyden Switch 10 rods gravel Same sec 2 from Hayden Switch to Naylors lane 20 rods stone Same sec 3 from Naylors lane to Garrard Co line 20 rods gravel Stanford it Lancasterrikc sec 1 from Stanford s 25 rods stone Same sec 2 from Logans mono to gravelStanford sec 1 from Stanford to Ottenheim pike 25 rods atone Same sec 2 from Ottenheim pike to Maywood Co road at otofK- nob 25 rods stone Same sec 3 from Mnywood Co road to Carters Store 10 rods stone Same sec 4 from Carters store to Hutchisons schoolhouse 15 rod stone Same sec 5 from HutchisonsI school house to Butts stone Same sec 6 from Butts store to nothingSame Moun lain pike to George Gaines 12 rods gravel Mil W vRaluenJfopkissvateKtryst I sndheurhonPoultq I baro cyst uicd lot Cholera sod Capes I I 5raaufcmndonty Same sec 8 from Goo Gaines to Geo W Cliffs 25 rods gravel tame sec 0 from Geo W Clifls to Wnyncsburg 0 rods gravel Stanford it Hustonvillo piko sec 1 front Stanford to Cashs store 00 rods etono Sumo sec 2 from Cashs store to Hanging Pork creek 30 rods stone Sumo see 3from Hanging Fork creek to Hustonville rods gravel and 19 rods stone- Hustouville it Galleys mill piko gecl from II u ton villo to Win Car sons 20 rods stone Same see 2 from Win Carsons to Mt Salem 40 rods stone Hustonvillo it HradfbnUvillo pike whole road 20 rods gravel Hustonvillo it Danville pike ace 1 from Hnstonvillo to Black pike GO rods stone Same sec 2 from Black pike to Boyle Co lino 20 rods store it 15 rods gravel Hustonvillo it Carpenters creek pike whole road 80 rods gravel Ilustonvillo it McKinnoy pike whole road 5 rods gravel Same see 2 from Sam Helms to Sam Bishops 10 rods gravel Same soc 3 from Sam Bishops to Knob Lick pike 5 rods gravel Danville it Lancaster pike whole road 15 rods stone Lincoln it Boyle pike whole road 5 rods stone- Kingsvillo it Pleasant Joiut pike see 1 from Snmfpnl Waynosburg pike to Casey county county road 20 rods gravel Same fee 2 from Casey county county road to Kingsvllle gravelCrab Orchard it Lancaster pike see 1 from Crab Orchard to G W- Eans farm 40 roth gravelor stone Same sea 2 from GIV Kvans farm to Gurrard County lint 23 rods gravelCrab Orchard it Chappell Gap piko whole road 40 rods atone orgnivel Carpenters it Morclaud Station gravelA con slat of 225 cubic feet McKinnoy it CofFeys mill pike t11 from canning factory to old toll house 35 rods gravel Same see 2 from toll house to old Lair place 26 rods stone Same see 3 from old Lair place to Mt Salem 30 rods stone Same see 4 from Mt Sajem to Casey county line 60 rods etoneiMcKinney it TurncrsvHIe pike whole road 35 rods gravel McKinney it South Fork pike sec cannIngfactory Same sec 2 from canning factory to G T Aehlockg hotel in McKiiiuey 10 rods stono and 5 rods gravel Same see 3 from G T Asblucks Hotel to Iliistouville it Stanford pike at J S Murphys 25 rods stone and gravel Turncrsvillo it McCormackchurch pike sec 1 from Turncrsvillc to Sam Helms 10 rods gravel Hand broken stone and gravel must he on margin of road or section by Sept 15 1010 All gravel mutt be spread before Oct 15 1010 All superisor where it is to be spread All Crush ed etotfb must bo spread not later than Jan 111111 All atone furnished must bo good sound hard limestone or quartz and broken into pieces not to exceed two inches in diameter Time gravel must be clean nnd flinty and that furnished on McKinney it Coffers Mill pike must bo from Green River The court or its representative may reject any uaterialnot of proper eiio or quality UiddellOust wheth er stone will by hand or candied The supervisor reserves the right to reject any and all bids JJIank forms on which bids may be made can IMJ obtained from the county clerk Copies of bonds may be obtained at the County Clerks office Lincoln county owns a rock crush er und contractors will be permitted to use it at 81 per rod S K DUDDERAR Supervisor Turnpike Roads for Lin cola County SAVE YOUR FOWLS I poultryremedyoa absolute certainty to euro and prurcnt Rouplmbernf1ck of poultry din eases Afewdrops the c1rlnklalr water keeps fowlsbealthynll urtbotreatmcn Bourbon Poultry Care1 NO EQUAL II byLsrtynriiTinf them Iloutbon Poultry Cute I find 11 II a suns cure or Cboleta and Umberaeck Bourbon Remedy Co 1 DcopoalcdIAt All Ladlnlt Drupplat BOoprBotl TrIal VIal Fri J SOLD BY SHUGARS TANNER Our Spring line of Clothing is better than ever before It is now open for your Inspection Call and see that snappy suit r Ulb I WE Will Havo a Now t DQE u AWAY ARROWrOn the etrcet next Monday Dont fall to see it Mr Farmer as you need this Implement Something new sate rass W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky I ss1f1sfrJTH f l otSpringyever n th Itown wo can make n price to suit anyone vI L L SANDERS Crab Orchard Ky l And the Rain and Snow Fall hut your stock will keep in New Stock U Plenty of Covered Pens and eelthIand Water DuySecond MR FARMER Make your homo modern Iqr your fnmilft8 a city residence and place oursclf in a to get tho latest market quotations at any time This can be by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with t the benefits received Call address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Farr mera Lino rats If you are ant at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our linen the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois HAST TENNESSEE TEL CO lINrOKPOHATIlM J Auctioneer t loITer DIY services to the people ofLln as an auctioneer tlatlsfaatlen guaranteed H W MoWIIOHTKH MorelandKynFlNoljle- sldenceTurnerTlllet = K II a 4 The Wintry Blasts May Cope fo lC warm Nunnelleys Yards l RURAL TELEPHONESas accomplished or cover NOTICE ortrproperly proven to uio at once Those ow melnunedlateiyAdministrator MriUellQUlQO err i i Y