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Hobcrts, of one o' them fellers yuli havo ju Scott county, Is dind. mentioned " Do we need more moral brothor of Thomas II. I.nunhlln, trnlning? Yen How nro wo to get It? President Taft's wife, suicided in PittsThrough the home, tho school nnd tho burg. church. Lot each do hrr part. Senator John W. D.tnlel, of Virginia, nnd feed Let one common ioul inspire suffered n slight stroke of pirnlyaii at nnd animate Ihe whole fabric of our ednndjfnmunlty. Dnytonn, Fla. Having freoh on our mind the help ucational system To do this wo mut A. Tho Sons of Krin's Isle will on Thurs mnde hy Ret tho pnrcntn interested nnd thoro is fill thoughts nnd suggestions day, tho 17th. celebrate St. Patrick's the loading educator! of tho land, we no more satisfactory way of ranching Day all over the world. Klvothrr without reluctance, for what them than through tho newspapers John Wngstalf, his wife nnd eight hovnrnVorlh. with tho hope that n which, f if thev aro llko the Intkhior children wero burnod to death in their J e greater Intoreit may ho manifested In Journal) are nlwnya willing home nt lloxboro, N. C. y tho local school room. j()m to lend their column to tho work done in dropped dead at Mrs. Mary Ilcndrick may he wo digrcM here for n moment to cntor to thu end that school South Norwnld, Conn., when told that tell briefly a few thing about Indian- - uplifted and tho community benefited the had Inherited $5,000. npolU. It U tho capitnl of Indiana nnd thereby. Wo will speak of Senator Daniel Noycs, for 18 years Judge of Interest-n- t the capitol building wns erected in lWWi Heveridge's address nnd other the ,12J Indiana circuit, died at Loporte, a cost $2,000,000 nnd U one of thu nK features in our next nrticle. Ind , after nn extended Illness. J. W. Iiiklanu. few nubile buildings ever completwl John Alexander Kamsey, past grand within thn oriental Mlimnto of coat master of thu Grand Lodge of Ken t,i-i- . n cnver.iment buildlmr occunv- - "Bud" Reynolds fells of Weather tucky Masons, Is dead nt Owlngsvillc. And Crops. Ing n block between Pennsylvania nnd Tho roof of tho now million-dolla- r Meridian streets, which also cost $2. Nkola, Kansas -- Bditor Intbkiok tyiion depot nt Winnipeg, Man., col A city hall building is now 000,000. Jouhnal I will again write n few lapsed, killing Iwo workmen and injur2 being constructed nt a cost of $700,000 Items for tho rentiers of the "cheapest ing several others. A monument stands in tho center of nnd best " Of the seven weekly nnd Miners in tho employ of tho coal comwhat Is known as the circle (tho street papers wo get, nono come panies near Grcensburg, Pa., refused spoken run out from this circle ns the miners nnd ns regularly a it, Tuesday's Issuo to work with from a wagon wheel) nnd It Is the reaching us on Kridnv nnd Friday's is men walked out. in honor of tho one ever erected Paul Gall, charged with fraudulently sue on Sundays, und each paper regardprivate soldier and sailor. It was erect- ed by tho whole family ns a real "let- abstracting funds of tho Capitnl Nnt-lened by tho State nt a cnut of JWO.OOO ter from home." Was sorry to learn Hank, of Indianapolis, was found nnd dedicated May 16, 1002. to thn pri- thnt B. C. had sold tho paper, but if it guilty by a jury in tho Federal vate soldier nnd sailor. It is 2SS feet had to change hands, wo are glud it court. Inch. There nro numerous oilier points got Into the possession of Mr. Sa'illoy, Wm. Jackson, tho Negro janitor of Interest, such as mag niflcent school, Hopo your Wuynesburg correspond charged with attacking six young white flvo Stale Initiations, fivo theatres, ent will writo oftincr. Wo lire having girls, wns convicted in tho criminal & manufactories. Y. M. C. A. nnd Y W. C as lino weather ns onn could wish, nnd court nt Kansas City and sentenced to is a union railway A. buildings. There the wind that we had heard so much 09 venrs' imprisonment. atation into which runs 18 steam rnd about beforo coming to Kansas has be Petitions containing tho names of nnd 102 trains run in and out dally. Also haved splendidly so far, but wo aro ex- 10,806 voters wero filed with the Secreelectrical nn interurban terminal for It do some blowing just any tary of Stato of Missouri, asking for these fea- pecting it to roads. After mentioning the submission at the November electime during the month of April. tures, wo will give notes on the conconstitutional The wheat fields nro turning green tion of a prohibition vention. since this warm weather faster thnn I amendment. Tho superintendent's department of hav over seen before. Two or threo Hecausoof fears that an attempt March N K A met in Indianapolis, weeks ngo it looked so dead thnt I felt would bo made to lynch him, Frank OF and there was much ducuosion like weeping over the death of tho Crabtree, under sentence of life im4 2 Industrial Educntion, Hygienic about crop which I had bought. Very prisonment for the murder of Andrew Conditions and Mornl Ideals. We shall late sown wheat is no doubt damngid Ramsey, in Pulaski, was brought to not attempt an elaborate oxposo of the in this locality, but the damage is not Danville for proceedings of the meeting, but will nesrly so greut h was first supposed Tho body of Miss Helen Hloodgood, inako mention of n fow of the most im- So if tho chinch hugs and grasshoppers daughter of William Uloodgood, of New IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. portant addresses and tho thoughts will let us alone, tho weather man will York, and heiress to a largo fortune, The widow of John Hopkins is dead presented therein. On Tuesday nfter-noo- n be good and that tail of Hnlley's comet was found in Lake Carafallo, near in Uoyle. members It was tho delight of tho don't brush us oil the map in May, Lakewood, N. Y. The young woman Mrs. Bcilo Purdom, aged 52, is dead to hear Dr. V. P. Claxton. of Tennes- Kansas may yet beat her last year's disappeared from her home on Wednes- at Uradfordsville. see. In an address entitled "A Richer Immenso wheat crop, which was more day night, last. Mrs. Mary Martin, aged 8t, was Moral Ideal." Ho suggested elevating than 80,000,000 bushels. Tho warm burned to death in Mercer. Ideals. He held children should be weather is causing tho farmers to beMATRIMONIAL. Hy clever work, Jailer Stivers, of taught that war is inhuman, tending gin In real earnest to prepare for the delivery. nnd Som Pulaski, averted a jail Kev. and Mrs. O. M. Huey, of to bring only sorrow nnd poverty coming crops. Some urc taking advanJames F. Allen, aged 87, is dead in desolation, and lhat proper application tage of warm weather by shelling nnd erset, celebrated tho 25th anniversary tho Somerset section of Pulaski. of diplomacy and Industry would avert marketing their corn, which is selling of their marriage lust week, The af E. W. Ltllard will establish a mamHe fair was n thoroughly enjoyable ono. futuro clashes between nations. hero nt from 53 to 62e at elevators, or moth chicken farm near Danville. W.IM. BRIGHT, CASHIER, S: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT-- ' Mr. George F. DeHorde nnd Miss maintained that universal peaco nnd In cars. Others are making n raid on Talton Tayloi'. a bachelor, aged CO, lt many J. W-- ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH the disarmament of nil nations can in Mad- J. B. PAXTON, burning out fence rows, Sallie Duddernr surprised their chinch bugs by died suddenly of heart trouble H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER only from tho effort of tho teach-or- s grass by roadsides, etc Still others aro friends by going to Louisville last week ison. nnd having tho nuptial knot tied. They HVYS FOSTER. CLERK. In the schoolrooms of getting rid of straw stacks, some by and Flcm Ed Carter. Adair's oldest citi long that such ends miy be accomplished In scattering on wheat, others by burning; had been aweethearts for abelioycd time zen, celebrated his 100th birthday last they DIREOTORSl and while it wns generally the coarse of two generations by as for myself, this warm weather just week. structlng the child In lifo methods tend- - makes me feel like hooking a team to would eventually marry, news of tho M. Ballou was probatTho will of H. V. O. Walker, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter.Stanford came ns a real sur ing toward industry and social advnnce, the and going out and turn Important event Ho left his entire esJohn B. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Randealing with political and ing prise to our people. The wedding took ed at Lancaster. rather than over some of this prairio sod. (liut kin, Lancaster; J. U. Paxton, Stanford; W. H. Traylor, homo of her niece, Mrs. tate to his wife. international strife. Bullock in I'ulas- they tell me to just wait.) Tho way it place at tho William Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. w p.ll it an honor when wo subduo is done hero is to wait till about April Clarcnco Stucky, at C3G K. Droadway, ki,For killimr E. C. Sowders wassentencea 10 me I... tlm1 il H. Cummins, Preachersville; Lilburn men ana siny inem uy "i IGth, then take four or six horses and and Kev. W. N. Hriney, of tho Broadfellow pen for two years. Gooch, Gilberts Creek. in war. Wo erect monu do the whole business of preparing way Christian church, performed the has bought W. A i itrtiwhor Adams i Only a few of tho immeto heroes of war. Why not erect ground nnd planting ut ono trip. About ceremony. ments Reynold's interest in the drugstore of peace ? Tho highest eight or ten acres a day for ono man diate friends and relatives of tho conthorn to heroes of Keynolds & Adams, Danville. ceremohonor will in tho futuro bo given to the and four horsey; then as soon as corn tracting parties witnessed tho Spence Bowling, who shot Alfred ny. Tho groom is a lino young man, heroes of peace. comes up, go after It with corn sleds Gambill in tho law office of Johnson A: He popular, industrious and sober. Horaco II. Cummings, of Salt Lako and cultivators. Hazlewood. at London, was given one City, delivered tho next address uiong sorry to hear of so much holds a responsible and lucrative posi- year. Wu were I 'moral lines and it would bo well for Bicknesa and so many deaths in old tion with tho L. & N. at Itowland and Tho King's Daughters' Society has STANFORD.' KENTUCKY every parent to observe his teaching. Lincoln during tho past winter, and to is held in high esteem by the officials purchased tho Elks' Homo at Middle3-bor- o the His bride is a handcompany. 'Of what valuo to tho individual or hear of so much bad weather. Now, of that and will convert it into a Hos- ORGANIZED IN 1882. some brunette, popular, accomplished, State la the well trained Intellect, when it was real cold here part of tho time l)ltn1, in every way. ' CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. yoked with a corrupt heart 7 It but 8 below was the coldest. People here and a fine young woman to the wolf the qualities of tho sav it was the worst for 25 years, but Sho is tho youngest daughter of Col. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. aids The Lash of A Fiend. up and Mrs. W. II. Dudderur. The happy fox. The threo great forces that it was nothing to comparo to what I as welcome'to HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 tho church have seen in Kentucky. There was a pair have returned to Itowland and aro would havo been about lilt society nro the home, A. Cooper, of Oswego, N. Y as uraer-clles- s They being heartily congratulated. and tho schools." greut deal of rain here in November, cough that defied CombinrAbsolutd Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety in the Eastern Is there Improper homo training? No then it ruined on Dec 2 nnd 3. but since will go to was most given in tho of town, probably on Whitley all remedies for years. "It portion We Solicit Yojr Account. ' Deposit Baxes'for Usi of'ourjCustomrrs. religous instruction can bu then it has not rained any, except just troublesome ut night," ho writes, uphools lest they becomo sectarian. Is a mist; on Dec. 4 It snowed some, then Avenue, where tho best wishes of their "nothing hoi ped wo till 1 used Dr. I it aiven in the hornet Are family ties on Dec. 7 snowed more; was about six many friends will always be with them. King's New Discovery whlck cured mo should and home Influences what they DIRECTORS. OFFICERS. Inches deep, which stuyed on about five completely I neor cough at night own Don't Break Down. bo 7 Mako tho application to your or six weeks, with plenty of Ice. Since know Its matchless I. S. llocLer, President;, F. Keid, J. 11. Baughman, Sovcro btrnlns on tho vital orguns, now." Million town. It you please. Is It an uncommon then it hus only snowed twice nnd only M. D. Elmore. J. M. J'ettus, merit for stubborn colds, obstinate 1G years machinery, cause break S. T. Harris. shinn- - to sco boys from six to enough to cover the ground then. We llkr strains on F. Cummins, H. C. Uaughman, coughs, soro lungs, la grippe, abthma, haunting our streets nt night have no mud, for as soon ns rain fulls downs. You uun'i over tax stonmch, hemorrhage, croup, whooping cough, ' of auo John . McRoberts, Cashier. no. C. Robinson, S. T. Harris, whicti is bowols or nerves withand nulling tho cigarette or snow melts tho water sinks. There liver, kidneys, II. Q. Uaughman, Asst. Cash'r K. C. Walton, hmvfover. It relievos nulckly and J. S. Hocker, powers over If danger to yourxelf. fraught with aro no springs hero and I havo only out serious W. II. Murphy. W.W.Saunders, Bookkeeper, never falls to satisfy. A trial conor under mind 7 Do parents consider seen ono running stream In Stafford vou aro weak or i.mlv nnd Klectrlo Hit- vinces. GOe. 81. Trial bottle free. 1 .well that n Rood namo In a boy or girl county, Tho land is nearly level nnd strain of nny kind, take Penny's soula7" matchless tonlo medicine. It's positively guaranteed by is the "immediate jewel of their not a stono. Have good water nt from ters tho V. 8. KISII, Trtas. H. 11. MAHOXEV, Pres. J. T. WHITE, Sec'y. deeply concerned about 30 to "60 feet. The wells aro driven and Mrs. J. K. Van do Snndo.of Klrkland, Drug Storo. Aro the parents proper I did not break 111., writes: "That how to get children to observe most every one has a windmill for For storing liquors In violation of the with tho down, while enduring a most severe whisky ordinance of Spartansburg, hours, amfdo'they pumping. 7 Is duowbolly teacher In trying to securo politeness Neola is 352 miles from Kansas City strain, for three moatu, George Dearman was fined on 160 Use them and C, Parents aro too prone to look upon the by rail, on a branch of tho Missouri to Kleclrlc Hitters." counts, aggregating IIC.COO and nearly do the Satisfac 1 1 onioy health aud strength. teacher as thoy sometimes Pacific: U just a small station, but the years on tho chain gang. ..rnncher. Baving he is tho only one ben- - land around it has recently been bought tion positively guaranteed. 50c ut , eilted. Know what tho child is uoing by a man who proposes to give it a Penny's Drug Storo. It Saved His Leg. and know where he is ns far ns possi- chanco to grow. There is ono grain "All thought I'd loso my leg," In A consolidation of certain large au ble. Wo can not teach the Biblo elevator horo and the farmers havo or having a capitaliza- - writes J. A. Swonson, ol ttoumown school. Do you teach it in tho homo7 ganized another elevator company that tomohilo Interests, tho ' WU. "Ten years ofew.na, thu 15 hundred million One educator told a story which will Will IIUIIU U113 Pri"K. IJ uio ion uim tlon of several bo under way. dollar. doctors could not euro, had at last to J. P. southeast of illustrato how needful Is religious train- a half miles growing city of Stafford, a Uholieved ca about Morgan & Co., who purchased tho E- - Uld mo up. Then liuok Ion's Arn Farms houses aud lots for reiit, sale'or exchange, Persons desiring ii;ok inir.- A .Salvation Army . lassio called prosperous, ... curcd il "uund a,,'d wel1:. uouulation, and about the samo dis- - M-(I - Sal ?i...i Co., of Detroit, will, It is said, cales or imrcliuscs injrcaltyoi'all kind?. Call on or . iu n harkAlner lor a coninumiun .ivn ...I iuiuu. tanco norinwesv ui O...An fallible for Skin liruptlons, bcma, combination. write atJSTANFOUl), KV. , help In the fight." "What fight," ask- - about 2,000 feet abovo sea level. Tho nance the Sores, . 'Salt Uhoum, Hulls, Fever altltuda is greater, at nn average of U5o at ed tho man uemuu " G. L. Penny guarantees Hvomei to Uurns, Scalds, Cuts and going west, feot per mile, "The fight between Satan und the Sa about seven entire length of the Stato. euro catarrh, coughs, colds, soro throat Penuy' Drug Store. tha lassie replied. "When does through . the lurritr U nrtu Inn it. it muv I .. I uta I ! ii.. b,V como off V asked the saloon keeper,. J! tho' wa U Roller skating is growing in popular.....,..- o"" tn th i. J. nnd an iu reauers. i auinenmo." Ita going n ity in England. outfit $1; extra bottles 50c. H. G. Reynolds, goin' to put "No," ho eald, 'I ain't The National Educational Convention as Seen byProf. Ireland. At tho rccyiejit of "vo editor." and with the conient of n libcrul puhlie, thee linen nro written with thu hopo that.thr-- will ho Bn Iricremcnt in tho IntMMti of tho schools of our county The "Interiop Journal. rKrr ''''' ''' e m mm STANFORD, KY TUESDAY. MARCH 15. 1910. NO. 5 "'' 'T? i Calls For '! nx-th- edu-Ma- Early. Spring Suits. Stylish, all wool jtmade by the best tailors in Amsnca, is open ;your inspection. We have taken extra care in fleeting some "Nobby" patterns, especially in StOur line, full of "Snappy a it vithat are & so good this season. semi-weekl- non-unio- n 3,-0- fin-e- al Hart Schaffner & Marx :i ;clothes have and you will wonder why you have; JJnot worn them sooner. Cummins & Wearen, 9 STANFORD, KENTUCKY. JJHOME il Hart Schafiner & Marx ClothesJj safe-keepin- m Cincoln Capital, County national Bank Of Stanford, RetuucRy. S5O.O0O.00 Surplus, Resources, 43,000.00 340,000.00 J er 1 FIRST NATIONAL BANK, " house-keepin- g lung-racki- ng ' t; . death-dealin- ir mil-dow- l. Th Citizens Realty and Title Co ... A 3,-1- uwuj . tr ui.ku - Ple. haet. W - 1 7 "tZZSZ Promptness and Reasonable Comm'ssions Our Specialty. 'Phone 200. i J&SM "ll " "&im- - """JHIfJIll I if r ft I readers" whom It considers tho best ato sentenco of from ono to 20 years, qualified for their support. Its adver- - tho length of his prison term depending I tiling columns will always bo open to upon his conduct and tho judgment of 8HELT0N M. SAbFLEY, 'candidates, however, to set forth to tho prison commissioners as to when he the public, any claims that they may is fit to bo turned loose upon decent soI desire. When tho matter Is of Stato ciety onco more. S. M. 3. HON. HARVEY HELM - Importance, or conditions such that tho of Lincoln county, l. n candidate for rePOLITICAL. nominrtionforconpreti troni the Kwitii paper's readers may not bo cop;nlant dlstnct.suhject to the action of the demo- - of n .. tho . saues, tho cd tor wll place party Secretary of State Ben L. Bruncr such information as ho ha nt their says ho Is positively not n candidate for 'disposal in tho way that seems best for Governor. A PERSONAL WOKD. ,ho P8'1 Bnd tho PcPle- - Subscribe t .i..,m,i. r.mTn7r that when, as O. H. Pollard, of Jackson, has analways to that very essenso of demoa nounced for tho democratic nomination InH ten veara IffO. I Stood on n OOX . n racy: tho ru o of the majority, when for Attorney General. and p ! eked typo out of tho cases In tho " Be President Tsft withdrew his nominaIKK.IOR Jouriml ofllce, my chief am uu1"1 " lts wis- - tion of Wm. F. Stone for reappointbo tho man who""' ,vo """' bitlon in life was to ment as Collector of Customs nt had Hi ritrhtltnsnv.'whnt should coinl"0"1' !, .u Jk' ".i .,...--, .... . .hi,inn -Now.. The new editortohopes for many im- The President has taken this WI1U even further extend action in order to givo n hearing to and then such authority is mine, I feel that Pavements .. VP" 8 BI'" thoso opposed to Mr. Stone. the boy did not realize what it was ho lts already large circulation, as the Senator Cobb, backed by Tim Woodasked. The responsibility of conduct - 'i years from Ro by. Ten years' absence ruff and the republican machine of New ing a newspaper Is a heavy one at many changes- in York, was elected prosident pro tern, times; especially so when a new hand Stanford has made Many , to the helm, held steadfast so lone the P"nnel of Its citizenship. by tho State Senate, which disregarded nway or knew n bV navc moved the ndvico of Senator Boot and Gov and so well by those much better equip - 1" .,m n.i H..tin. An niii.limr ' ro no more; others have grown up out crnoa Hughes, who favored Senator ,i in from Hinman. faith in the goodness of God, the gen- of his knowledge or have como IIu wants to meet tho peo- other communities. The testimony of James it. Garfield, erosity and charity of heart of all to ple of Lincoln land surrounding coun- and know them all. Ho wishes former Secretary of the Interior, betho Interior JournaUs their fore the Ballingcr-Pincho- t investigaties, coupled with a willingness to work feel that working for them tion and work hard, will.go far, however, paper and that It is committee was enlivened by the toward quieting many qualms lest the and their interests as bests it can. Ho declaration of tho witness that ho did bethigh character and noble attainments wants their assUtanco to make it not believe the $30,000,000 bond issue, ter; to make this city, county and the recommended by President Taft to Conof the paper's former days mark not communities surrounding better; better gress, was necessary for tho proper its career in the future. is no exaggeration (to say that places to live In; happier, more pros- forwarding of Irrigation work in the It throughout Uncivilized world today it is perous in every way. It can be done West. recognized thatjthcre is no more potent if all work together. The Interior The Legislative Committee authoriz agency for the stimulation of business, Journal stands ready to do its part; it ed to Investigate the condition of Kenfostering of education, dissemination of wants to help all it can; but can do tucky prisons have completed their work and made report to the Legisla information and awakening of the peo- nothing unless you hold up its hands. In the language of the poet, "now is ture Monday. The findings are highly ple to their possibilities and moral recomplimentary to the present Prison sponsibilities, than the newspaper. As the time to subscribe!" SlIELTON M. SAUFLEY. Commissioners. The convicts were found a newspaper, the;,lNTERiOR Journal to be well fed and clothed and their will continue in the (future; as in the DOINGS. LEGISLATIVE tasks light. The punishment given past, always to stand first and foreFrankfort, March 12. Retrenchprisoners was found not to be most for the best in all these and other good things for thejpeople of Stanford, ment and reform are proving the watch excessive. Lincoln county, (Interior Kentucky in words of many zealous members of the A Man of Iron Nerve. and the Lower House during the closing days which it extenslvelycirculates whole Commonwealth. There are proba- of the legislatlvo session, now that all Indomitable will and tremendous enerbly a sufTiclentlnumber of similar mor- the salaries desired raised have been gy nro never founl where Stomach, al engines inlothera of these United raised, and other measures backed by Liver, Kidneys and Dowels aro out of States to look after them satisfactorily, certain interests put through. The de order. If you wnnt these qualities and feat of the bill providing for a uniform tho success they bring, uso Dr. King's for the present, at least. The Interior Journal cannot do system of inspection and accounting of New Life Pills, the matchless regulathis, however; aye, it cannot live with- the public offices of the State, is one of tors, for keen brain and strong body. out the hearty support and consistent the steps toward retrenchment which 25c nt Penny's Drug Store. thejpeoplc of this city will hardly be appreciated by the peoand community.; (Merchants, business ple of the State when it is properly unmen, professionalinen, farmers can all derstood. Hundreds of thousands of be benefitted through its columns and dollars are being saved in the State of TRAPPERS ! uir.'K. opossum tnd other can all assist it.in its work. The news-pap- Indiana every year under this law which ATTENTION! I kinds, wpiiefor special uuuinnwng. nwunbea. was recently enacted thero as one of is thegreatmedium of Cincinnati, 0. A. E. BURKHARDT,&rz;:?t buyer and seller; it the pet measures of Gov. Marshall. It serve every kind of business enter- places all of the county officials upon a cai common system of record keeping so Insures Tobacco and Tobacco prise, in) addition to its mission of nation and education as a pervayor that their business may be readily Barns. of the news.lt is a'stimulator of tho checked up by the State Examiner and Nothing But Insurance. very best life of the community in its inspector, and a tab be constantly kept on their settlements with the State every capacity; a great clearing-housD. for all the people, aud when so accept- treasury. An extra clerk or two would The Insurance Mio, be necessary in the State examiner and accomed and utilized by them, can STANFORD, KY. Inspector's office to do this work, and plish its greatestfgood. Residence Phone 34; Office, 6. always thought that the late tho watch dogs of the treasury barked I have Ineuro with me ami he fully Col. W. C. P. Breckinridge spoke well at this, and did not take into consider protected. when he declared that every newspa- ation the immense saving which is made be ajgentleman. Noth- to the taxpayers wherever the law is in per should first BEAU ing should appear in its columns that operation. Will Shanks stood sponsor cannot be read without a blush at the for the bill in the House, but could not family fireside. The Interior Jour- get it through. It was defeated by CO Hired by .Nabotli 2. lW.'.Ueau liuuighman lv nal hopeB to continue as the home to 39 after passing the Senate. of the Naboth's tlrst Hum Nora Electioneer 125. Noval Mil record i.ll,1! by In an effort to elevate the bar newspaper of all this section of Intesecond dam I.elu Jr sired by Metropolitan liamlltonlou It), rior Kentucky; and while faithfully State, the State Bar Association fath- 1372 by sired by Monbrlue third damSMIJoseby phine, Htarlleht chronicling thejdoings of the world, it ered a bill for a State Bar Kxaminer, liurlbay III, fourth dam Mary withers by ft ti Dam by will not record the nauseous news but the House put its ban on the bill Oliver thoroughbred,sired by imp sired Tronby, Wanner, sixth ilain seventh dnm ilred by Tbarnton's Itnttler. whhh some.jclassesj of papers "play too. ISoau Nabotli Is a large horse standing IS THIRD TIME A CHARM. bands and welghlnt; condition l,l pound). up" in pandering to a aepravea puouc nc)uuluted When After two successive defeats in the itory ofhu Incomes education he isllh the taste. bis limited Ix'xm to should Senate, Gov. Willson's pet bond issue realize that bo Is truly n remurkablo harness The newscolumns of a paper stallion, that he must be it urvut horse Is give thelnews as it has happened, not bill finally got through tho Upper proved by the uunderful progress tbut bo has vvmi err nine nanuuug ae nai tho personal views of the editor there- House, When the executive waved the maae. to Iw the chaimiloii harness stallion nrovyu won over the best on. If the readers I care to know big stick of an extra session over tho of Kentucky, lie hashas produced. Head of horses that Kentucky mi anil sou Kill see that there are no his opinion on questions of tho day, let heads of tho members. The bill proIn Kentucky than them read tho editorial columns. He vides for issual of $500,000 in bonds to better bred stallion coiublueu horses. he Is. L'lve IIu lifts will not intrude his personal opinions help pay off the State's indebtedness. him a suddlo niaro he wllluet you u saddle colt, givo htm a trotter inure, he will get into the news columns, which, he be- There is said to be much doubt as to you u trotting colt, remember llunu Nabotli families than lieves, shouldjalone contain the unprej- the fate of the bill in the House. By is combined, with more record (Irorge Wllks most any horse In Kentucky. Klectloueer. Hamlltonlon and four crosses udiced and uncolored description of its passage of this bill or not, the of thoroughbred to ule him stamina. events. The advertising columns are House may have the say as to whether Come apd see this horse he lines without a fault, ho Is perfect from end to end, his patrons. there will bo a special session. at the disposal of the;paper's three crops of colts cannot tie excelled by any horse. Will stand at the Nunnelley HELM MAKES A HIT. The editor has nojvoice there and no Mock Yards. JobnCook, caretaker, 'phone Congressman Harvey Helm, of the lul, the best personal care taken, responsibility, save that they are alJ.M. I'KTTUH, ways maintained at the standard that a Eighth district, was in Frankfort Friday 'i'hona Kings. Htanford, Ky. shaking hands with his many friends gentleman always observes. There is no need, I think, for dec- in the General Assembly and greeting laration that the Interior Journal politicians from over the State. Mr. ttMil. Tr. J:J. will continue democratic in politics. Helm says that if an appeal is made to With democracy bred in the bone for tho State Central Committee, which he I'roperty of H. M. Owens Hon, McKlnuey, Ky, bay stnlllon, l hands, foaltd generations, nature, almost, would does not believe at all probablo, that Aug, Darknull, bred at Village IS, farm, Kasi have to be reversed to make the editor the higher tribunal will assuredly sus- Aurora n. i. mreu iy Dure iiell z.ue, horse show winnings, ho added to the natural tain the call for the primary on April pionships. National Horsewon slveu chamotherwise. And Hhow, first dam Naughty (Jlrl by inclination and training, he has had the 30th. He does not believe that he will years old, recordIlex Amerlcui of STJuW, (our sire t.ll'i, S.1SU American advantage, like Paul, of sitting at the have opposition for a renomlnation, llelle, three years, record and ti others I 111 record tSAi. In 2JJU feet of a Gamaliel, and of learning the and prominent politicians from over slro of list, a sou of Onward and 176 others In Onward Hllver i.UOS unde-filethe Stato say that he has made such a t; list, onward was sired by Ueo, Wllks gospel of democracy pure and 1519. Hee Dam Duenna tired bv Mambrlvn Only the most unregenerate re- splendid record that ho should have King 1273, sire othO Including of the 1MX. In inti- nono. Some leaders here go so far as Manor K.tSttJO third dam Dotlet by Nutwood publican could spend ten years sire of IW In iM list, fourth record to say that when tho State democracy dum Topaz by Htruthmore Mi sire of W In mate association with the - list. Fifth dam Wllhtrd by Albion, . l.lli ll.i.n Nn.l former editor, Col. W. P. Walton, as looks about for a suitable candidate for .i.w .'..,, ..v.. !vf L'1uln ruic-Bt,mii. U1....... HtQiauI. Turner the new editor has done, and emerge governor next year, it might do worso Wnrfleldlsnn by Mumbrlvo Clilof 11, The extra high class horse, not high actor and anything but an intense champion of than to nominate Congressman Helm. afraid or anything, u In und out of as well oroken as any horse the JelTersonian principles of political They declare that ho has many ele- uas u good coat and carries nice inustuble, head und u sure trotter, be stepped a government. While willing and anxious. ments of strength which many others tall, tins Ishandling, 1.21. The Wurfltld mile, In no days Is a to proselyte, however, tho editpr ac- who have been "mentioned" do not truly made horse, of grand Individuality und bred In Hues that entitle ti lit tolieeoine freedom to think as possess. cords to othern full u sire of note seeing that ho Isa son of tho INDETERMINATE SENTENCE LAW. nice horse und t'rocuultor they please and vote as they desire. freat Devil tM, tho bitter famous tho title of earned Gov. Willson has approved tho IndeHe honors no man the less solely on the "Monarch oi the home stretch," while to terminate Sentence bill, which makes it on the turf, and after retirement us tho stud account of honest political beliefs. acquired lmierlhnble renown sire. Again, the politics of a paper, like u law. Contrary to general impression, Not only have the Dure Dm lis proved great family ha furnished but opinions on other subjects, this law does not givo tho sentencing nice horses show the many noted tho editor's ring winners us well as Dare Devil und Mahrlno King, should find expression through the ed- of criminals to the circuit judge, but ing champion show stallions ot both beNational received itorial columnsjand .not in tho news. leaves It with the jury, simply to con- fame any two more money In the show rlug than stallions In ihu world. will be nondiscrimination for or vict, the law automatically sentencing There will make the present na.onat our faun against any man; in the news on ac- the prisoner according to tho degree of oue mile from McKlnne,Ky., at I3 to count of his poltlcal ainiiation. Whet tho crime of which he is found guilty, ..Will ulsostuud good black Jack Ilrluand ) oung sired by llriguolleri bo runs buck to it comes to choose between candidates If a man is found guilty of manslaugh- - lirlguolluron both sides. IIU colt sold for "luro Ho for preferment within the democratic ter, and the law provides a penalty say, Is 15 money than uy Jacks In Htanford.sure hands! stands well on his feet: u party, the InteriorJouunal will not from ono to 20 years, tho prisoner comes foal getter, lie Is iwrfeet In every wuy. Fi to insure. H..M.OWKNHAKON, seek, in local affairs, to indicate to its to the penitentiary witn tne inuotermin M'Ktiiiupjr, Ky, i The Interior Journal. i MASON'S MEET. "Lincoln Lodge No, on F. A A. M. will meet In stated communication on each nrst and thiol Monday nights of each month, at TiM oVIoek In their hall on main strreet, Htanford, Ky, Members of sister lodges are frn ternally Invited to be present. T. V. u, Hc. IV. A. TRIBBLE, Day Phono 28, Night Phono lM. Fiirnituro and Undertaking. , j J" " t ... Stanford, Kontuclty. Haiti-mor- e. FARM FOR SALE! My farm of JTneresof good land, well II wnterd and fenced, Is fur sale It li loentid seven tulles from Htnnfnrd in the Ma) wood section. House hni.lx rooms, New burn und other hrcesviry outbuildings, A bargain If sold at once. I. T.I.I VI NIlHTON, It. V. D. No, I, Htanford, Ky ! . uiu.n. - J. J. BELDEN, sign painting decorative paper hanging also buggy trimming top recovered eiirtalns of all kinds such as and boots mnile HtopoverAldrldge'sblnck smith shop West Main Ht , Hbiulord Ky , l'honcNo.aJH. J J. IlKLDKN. for house, carriage and I Stock of Merchandise for Sale. I desire to soil prlvntelv my stock of flro cerlisuiul Hardware, Doing n good business. Will Invoice about MM). Iltnion III health. OKI). I). HOIM'KltsHtanfordKy. r YTRAGOOn - 1ls&?' HMMMS99LIM9nK4MMLMAS3BKVfll 'Extra Good" is not too good for our boys. In the first place boys deserve Now Livorv Dopot Stroot, the best that's going and then too the Phono OO, best is always the cheapest. Our stock STANFORD. KENTUCKY. CLEMENS HOTEL f boys' suits were well selected. Greys J. L. Ki.ki.v, l'ror., and Blues are the things this time. Ev- S. D. CARTER, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Uirge, nlry outside rooms. Commercial travelers n specialty. Hpeclal rates by week or month. Tho proprietor Is a former Lincoln conntr man and his friends should remember him when stopping In his town. mw mm bowsky NEW MUSIC slrtd. Korsulent I erything of course has Knickerbocker trousers and the range of prices run from $3.50 to $10 and as pretty patterns and tailoring as a mortal ever saw. sr Wo have nlaced In stock a fine line of vo cal aud Instrumental music, all sold at SV percopv. will orjerauy seclul piece UC' Shurfars' Stanford, - CO. Tannor'j Kentucky. H, J. McKOJBBRTS, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. H. Drug Hlore, in-f- - 33333g3S3SeSggQ3S3S K O. L. Penny A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, e Jesse Wearen, Burrfin, KontucKy. I am n eruduateof Jones' National School of Auctioneers, Chicago, und have had ex perience 111 the big cuttle sales in tno union Mock Yards, Chicago, where we sold some Also In thoroughbreds as high us horse sales where u sales were mail each II. Coflcy K. K. Colrmnn K NABOTII. day. Auctioneering Is a science ami I have studied It with thlsfdia. Heeor phone me Ivfore you m range for your sale, I can make sales toy our advantage. rIIONI-.23-I- t l". Dr. Hess' Poultry Panacea lay, euro them keep them in gixxl thrifty condition. The increaiH) in the niiiulter of eggs laid, will more than pay fur the small cxjiciimj ot feeding. It it wld nt Penny's Drug b'tore. of SHERIFFS SALE. Ily vlrtuo of executlonNo.au directed to me, wnicn issueu iroin vuouiers. s uuice m the Lincoln quarterly rourt. In Invor of Mat Preston ugalusl J. It. lleailey. I, or ono of my Deputies, will on MO.N DA V, Al'Itl L 4th, 1910. between the hours of I o'clock r. ., and X o'clock r. v., at (Irlincs Ileniley's livery stable In Htanford Lincoln county, Ky., expose to public sule, to the highest bldder.the following property, (or so much thereof as may bo necessary to satlsfr rnilntltT's debt. Oue t ay stallion Interest hud costs), about a years old by name of "Lincoln Houlrrel" about Id hands high now In tlrlmes lleasley's possession at said stable, levied upon as the property of J. Il.Iteailey. TKHMH. Hale will be made on a credit of 3 months; toud with approved security required, bearing Interest at the rateol 0 per cent bernnnum from day of sale, and having the force und effect of u sale bond. Witness my hand, this 12th day of March 1U10 Will iiinke hen nnil 11 111 first-cla- i i , PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. W, L. McCA M f V, HhlTllT L. (.'. ELBBBBBBBSS&BBSEER la ' When Hungry GOTO Carson's 4 Itestuurant Lancaster, ' Htanford, K, Htreet, aJ -- -i "h n 3 u a a m a s" THE WARFIELD, Moals served at all hours up to 11:30 meal. r. u. Itest place lu town for a good quick Cooking to suit our customers our specially, Hplendld new line of fancy 2 sS .i -- TTVa 'sas.Ta'JH,l fcygggSs'W-- -) o o Ci w O w m ? er Groceries, Hot CofTee, Hand wlches, pies, Ilutter milk, and sweet milk, etc, at all times, 3 o c w to m w u d. W. A. CARSON, Prop. ? 3 well-know- n , Dinwiddie & Co., When You Hav- e- Hustonville, Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an of goods. up-to-date To Sell Cull H. B. Northcott,, Stauford, Ky. T'liouo lfil!. line TIIUHMAN K. TUDOIJ, Manager. if" .Hi ' I. -- - MT'W.'Wr'""Wf It ' SI St - SJliS)MrHSj.SMWtH1BIIIUHl - ' ..p..... m jri- iaX-iJ- ....,,,, . ,f. .!. n .liw, ..., I ;l m rrnibiiin tm-f-Oi ri 'i r "JL .lis, n'lii.l. i m&.Jrifj i i 4' ' 1 A Rare Ms Opportunity. Htio tlinti I Thursday Mch. is 17. tins licence you will ceo n much Inrgcr will Iw nuy retail much storo carries nnd tlio garment lower tluyi others nek, made to jour measure and Ims the tiny wc want you to come to our store nnd look nt suits, Skirts, wash suits wwh skirt, which will ho on display from one of the licat miikera wo know of. Tell your friend1!. r JM9HnRSHHH .3 The Makers Would not go to the expense of ullowing us the scrricw of hit niand and his samples wore it not for the fact that wc huj great many goods from them wc know how the Indie np prwaflra this privilege and place this splendid line at your ecrtfro; yours will lw linllko any other you see, tlio price will UJWJT. CUT COME, & SON, T SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. BrANFonn, Kv., Mrs. STANFORD KY. L. It. Hughes T. W. Humhlo W. O. Martin rutin Plymouth Hock eggs, 1 for The Ladies' Aid Society of tho Christian church will meet with Mrs. W. M. setting of 15. Mrs. A. II. Nunnelley, Bright this, Tuesday afternoon. More Turnersvillc. Needles, Ilobbins nnd Shuttles for sewing will bo done and another good nil sewing machines lit Penny's Drug Wanted Some country mat hams, reader will bo on hnnd. Stor8. sides, shoulders, jowl, etc., at the The Delsarto entertammnet given Country Store. PERSONALS. under tho supervision of Mrs . A. D. Another car of cotton seed meal at Mn. J. S. Camimiell was in I.ondon Reid at Walton's Opera Houso Friday J. II. Baughman & Co.'s. We handle Saturday. evening was largely attended and thor- only the 11 per cent, good; tho best. Mas. II. G. Metralp, of McKinney, Tho oughly enjoyable throughout. was here Saturday. For Sale. Few nice Buff Orpingdrills wero all well executed and the Mn. ItonERT II. Woods spent Sunyoung ladies and gentlemen who took ton cockerels. Also eggs for hatching. day at Mt. Sterling. part are deserving of hearty congratu-- I Mrs. W. J. Holtzclaw, Stanford, R. F. Mn. John Owslky Rein is threatenUions. The tableaux wero very artis- I) No. 1. ed with typhoid fever, tic and beautiful. As some 75 of our The public is cordially invited to atMrb. JosEnt Copfey, who has been youngjpeople participated in the enter space tend my millinery opening Saturday, Is improving. very sick. tainment, it would tako more Thompson, Miss Paulinh Mocker visited Lanthan we caneparo to mention them all March 19th. Mrs. R. E. 2t and tell how well each one did. The Crab Orchard. caster relatives last week. TiiAYLOli, who has been Mk. W. II. most amusing number was tho "Guess An election inspector is an officer of Gentry. ill, was some better yesterday What" drill, in which some 12 ar 15 election under tho law which fixes a young punishment for tho mutilation of balMrs. II. B. Smith, of tho Walnut young men, dressed as Mrs, W. S. Deniiam spent several Flat section, has been quite ill with ladies, appeared. The boys showed ex lots, according to a decision by the days with friends In Cincinnati. and ma Court of Appeals. Mrs, J, II. Karris, who has been ill stomnch trouble. cedent taste in their make-uHon. W. J. Price, of Danville, was ny at first thought they belonged to for several months, is improving. Those having claims against the esMrs. It. M. Newland and baby are hero yesterday on legal business nnd tho other sex. Mrs. Itcid took only shaking hands with his friends. visiting Madison county relatives. two weeks to train her pupils, or rather tate of Geo. B. Saufley, deceased, are performers, and their ofTorta proved notified to present same to tho underMiss Hettie Gilmohk. of Danville, LOCALS. was the guest of the Misse White. that they are apt scholars und that sho signed, properly proven, for payment. Mn. A. D. IlOOT has returned from pattern hats Satur is a most excellent teacher. We hope Those owing him will please make setSEEourdisnlav of n visit to his son at Kooscvelt, Ok la. she will give SUnford a return date, tlement with me at once, George L. day, 19th. Misses VanDcvcer. 'Mh. G. T.'Asiilock, of McKinney, for no audience has, in years, been bet- Penny, administrator. Wanted Some nice, fresh butter at ter pleased than the one which witwent up t Kast Ilernstndt Saturday. THE Lexington Herald of Sunday Mrs. J. M. Hkonauoii, of Lexing- tho Country Store 00c per pound. nessed her Delsarto entertainment. . contained a large picture of W. G. Pax-toton, was the guest of the Misses New line of wall nancr nnd picture petition to re- Lackey, an old Stanford boy, who has The much talked-o- f moulding just in. J. L. Beazley & Co. establish the saloons in Harrodsburg climbed to the top of the ladder in MisMrs. W. D. Grove, of St lmis, is souri. He is president of the KentucMon I.OST in Stanford Sundnv flight, tan was filed In the county court last visiting her aunt, Mrs. John Stephenday by Mr. It. B. Phelps, one of the ky Society of Stf. Louis and son. automobile glove. Leave at this office.' of the Missisippi Valley Trusi petitioners, through their attorney, C. Miss Eva Francis, of Kings MounMillinery opening Saturday, tho T. Corn. Tho petition is in five Company. tain, is with her lister, Mrs. W. L. 19th. Your patronage solicited. Misses parts and purports to contain 270 My Spring opening will be Saturday, McCarty. VanDevecr. names. Of these it is said about 30 of March 19. Will have many latest style Miss IdaIMoork. of them are white. In tho first ward onCollege,!! Lexington, vinitid her and street hats. Am prePure bred Whito Plymouth Hock ly 11 signatures were obtained to the hero'. father pared to mako any shape hat desired. eggs for sale. 15 for $1. Mrs. Hugh petition, only three of them ore white. In connection with my millinery will Mr. John W. JJrown, of Mt. Ver- Held, Stanford. It is said that one paper containing havo many nice samples of ladies' non, was hercFriday and Snturilny on Lost, between my homo and Wal- about 150 names, all colored, has nearly business. legal underwear, aprons, etc. Mrs. Clarence Stuokey, of Louis- ton's Opera House, a blue enameled every name signed by tho samo person. Mrs. G. W gentry. Stanford. It is also said that several naires arc ville, Is with her parmts, Mr. and Mrs. pin. Iteward. Miss Maggie Stagg. G. L. Penny, the druggist, has reduplicated on the same paper, and that W. L. Murphy. The public is invited to my millinery several appear on two different papers, placed his old soda water fountain with Mrs. J. S. Owsley returned Satur- parlors Saturday, 19th, to inspect a and that one party signed on the sumo a handsome Becker Iceless Fountain, day from a protracted visit to her par- line of hats. Miss Ella May paper under two names. The temper- which is tho finest thing of the kind In ents at Franklin. Saunders. ance people claim that many names arc this section. Mr. Penny's reputation Master Kowan Webb, of Knoxvllle, Exas n dispenser of delightful soda wnter The dog killer visited Danville and on the papers without authority la with hls grandparents, Judgo and ceptions to the petitions nnd objections Is already well known and he proposes Mrs. M. C. Saufley. sent a large number of canines to their com THE'Currcnt Events Club will meet last rest. He could do a thriving busi- to the granting of the order for tho to give even a better article the election, will be tiled on next court day, ing season. Mrs. W. M."Unght at 2 o'clock ness in Stanford. wth April 4, and tho temperance forces will Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Maria McKinney, widow of Mr. U. P. Shewmaker has sold his in tho meantime give a general over Howard Camnitz and Rowland BishMorcland to Mr. J, J. Spears, hauling of the names. Tho temperance the late Madison McKinney, died other homo at op, of Hustonville, witnessed the neighborhood of tho West End, for $2,000. Mr. S. people are represented by practically homo in tho Mt. Salem entertainment hero. She was in her 80th year, vo- Sunday. will move to Mercer and farm. tho entire bar, all of whom have Mr. W. C. Tucker is at home from and was beloved by all who knew her. lunteered their services. Tho temper Midlothian, Texas, with his parents, THE baby born to Mr. nnd Mrs. G. She leaves no children, but was con ance peoplo are going to fight the matMr. and Mrs. W. T. Tuckei. A. Walter, of Kings Mountain, lived a nected with a large and prominent fam Dn. E. J. Brown left Saturday for few hours and then its little light went ter to the last ditch, and wo believe ily in that section of the county. She that they will find sufficient law to was long a faithful member of the BapNew York City, where he will spend out forever. Tho mother is very ill. back them up to prevent an election several weeks nttending lectures. tist church. Tho funeral was held on Will Humphrey, watchman at the from being Jield. Harrodsburg Her- Monday afternoon, the burial being in Mksdaubs J. S. MUMriiY, of McKinney, and McDowell Fogle, of Cas- McKinney Singletree Factory, fell in ald. McKinney cemetery. the dark Thursday night and broke a ey, wero here shopping Saturday. Exciting Runaway. While driving Hon. Harvey Helm, twice CongressMrs. J. II. Yager, of Kliiabethtown. couple of ribs. He was also badly cut to church hero Sunday morning, Mrs. W. man faom this district, will bo justly was up to see her son, Mr. W. A. Ya- about tho face. K. Shugars, wifo of tho honored the third time by his appreciger, who has been sick for soma time, TilC old fiddlers on clamoring for an druggist, had a narrow escapo from Mrs. Belle Perkins and son, Mr. old fiddlers' contest and Manager Wal- death or serious Injury when the pony ative constituency. In an interview in Charles Perkins, of Garrard, spent ton, of tho Opera House, has decided sho was driving ran away with her and tho papers Sunday, Hon. William Jennings Price, of Danville, the only prosSunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. to hold ono about April 1. This is no dashing into tho window of J. C. pective candidate against the "Tall April fool, however. harness store on Main street, Sycamoro of the St. Asaph," announces Mrs. Charles A. Speiole, of 9 was brought to a stop so suddenly that Ind,, is here to see her father, Howard Camnitz. tho champion she was thrown thrpugh tho hole which that ho will not mako tho race for tho democratic nomination before tho priW. M. Doores, who Is pitcher, has signed with tho Pittsburg the agcdlDr. had been made by tho little steed's team for another year and the great head in the plate glass. Her little son, mary to be held April 30. Mr. Price very III. K. L. Smith, of Illatt, Rockcastlo twirler left Saturday to join the ag- W. K. Shugars, Jr., who was with her, expresses more or less dissatisfaction over tho action of tho district commitcounty, waslhere court day und arrang- gregation at West Baden, Ind. tumbled out of tho rig when it waa tee which met at Nicholasville, but his ed for advertising his good young sire, You are cordially Invited to attend brought to a stop, without a scratch. friends believe that he is too good a Silver Dare. millinery opening Saturday March, Mrs. Shugars was shaken up consider- democrat to let that affect his course, Miss Angie Carpentbr and Mr. tho ably, but beyond a rent In her coat, 19th. Tho best and most and thoy are sure ho will be found with King Carpenter, of Hustonvlllo, line of goods ever shown in Huston' she came out of tho exciting affair un tho united democracy of the district bethe Dclsarte entertainment here scathed. Sho had driven with her lit hind Mr. Helm at the election in Novvllle. Miss Cora Llpps und Sister. Friday evening. tie son from McKinney, and once or MesdamesE. P. Woods. Bcttlo O. P. Huffman & Sons have bodght twice on the road over the Shetland ember. With no other candidate in sight, the committee will meet on the Bush and Nannie Woods Kitchen will out the Keinhart stand on Main street pony they wero driving had shown an the primary, call it off and Ind., and will move their meat market there. inclination leave Thursday for Martinsville, down! date set for to balk. As they camo nominee to take the baths, kinds of Cemetery Hill he seemed to take tho formally declare Mr. Helm the They will continue to carry all Mr. WoodsCWalkeb, of Garrard, fresh meats and staple and fancy gro- bit in his teeth and came through town of tho partj . was on yesterday's train returning from ceries. on a dead run with Mrs. Shugars gameAt tho meeting of the church .conLouisville. Ho saya hm father, Mr. E. A Bad Charge. Georgo Taylor, a ly tugging at the lines, but unable to gregation of the Methodist church in Walker, is doing well. II. restrain him. Several men and boys Representative Will II. Shanks negro, was arrested by Deputy Sheriff dashed out in an effort to stop the llttlo conference after the regular services W. S. Embry as ho stepped oil of the Sunday morning, It was decided to hold camo over from Frankfort to spend steed as ha passed the court house, but a protracted meeting beginning the first Sunday with his wife. Ho left Mon- 11:20 southbound L. & N. Saturday they did not catch him, and he attempt- week in May. The matter of assistday morning to be present at the clos- night. Ho is wanted hero on a bastardy charge, and tho officers say that the ed to dash into Beazley'a stable nt full ance to tho pastor, Rev. J. J Dickey, ing days of tho General Assembly. speed. Ho didn't turn quick enough for the rovival work was left to the Mrs. J. H. Durham ami llttlo son, case is u bad ono against him. Ho was and struck tho iron railing in front of pastor and the ollicial board. lodged in jail. Harry, who have been spending several McClary'a window and smashod out tho weeka with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Auditor James will only pay extra Judge J. M. Benton, of tho Madison glass, the Impact throwing Mrs. ShuD. Alridgc. has joined her husband, circuit court, showed good judgment II. employes of the Houso and tho Senate t. ,a gars over his head as if from Dr. J, H, Durham, at Durant, Okla. when he HpoIntcd JudgoIL C. Rico, Men quickly rescued her and for actual time they have worked and an old Urod-hea- d of Richmond, master commissioner. found that tho only real damaga dono not for full service days of tho sesMit. It. G. Wilmott, boy, now a promising banker at Judge Itlco Is a fino gentleman, a sterl- was a broken strap or two pn tho har- sion. This cuts off lot of "gravy." ness. Mrs. Shugars was warmly conThe Q & C. railroad has just receivNepton, Fleming county, was hero Sat- ing democrat and a splendid citizen. gratulated upon her narrow escape and trains on his way He Is a brother of Messrs. J. S. and T. nerve in trying to master tho little ed five new elegant coaches and ten urday night between more are on the way. A. lUco.'of this place, beast. to spend Sunday at his former home. n. CnmpWll-Hagcr-man hand-made ready-to-wear mm Del-sart- o well-know- n s. Shel-byvlllm te m cata-paul- - Mtit. l'i, 1910 sick with grip Mrs. J. S. TKRPIN, who has been ill, Is convalescing. Miss Pkachie Hauciiman Is thought to be Improving. Mr. A. G. Eastland, of Louisville, Is Here working Insurance. Mn. J. 0. Terry, of Somerset, is with friends in this section. Mr. W. S Weaver, of Lancaster, was here on business Monday. ;Mit. Sam Raines, of Louisville, was tho guest of Miss Pearl Gentry. Miss Allie Yantis, of Lancaster, is tho guest of Miss Bcssio Yantis. Mr. J. E. Robinson, county attorney of Garrard, was in town yesterday. Mr W. It Pillion, of London, wn hero yesterday with his son, Ilussclj Dillion. Miss Mary C. Engleman, of North Carolina, is tho f guest of the Misses Charlotte Warren is quite Wanted,' to trnde lumber for barn MlLLlNERYopcning March 19th. Come Miss Ella May patterns for corn nnd hay.ffiC. J. Sip- - Everybody Invited. Saunders. plc, London. " Muslin Underwear New, striking, Freuchy undergarments, gowns made ol line cambric, several styles trimmed with laco and insertion or emwith nil styles, sleeves, broidery and beading, high or low petticoats of very fine cambric with deep flouuce of beautiful lace and insertion, very dainty in design, and extra well made. Another style a beautiful embroidery flounce. Corset covers made of very fine cambric nnd nainsook, trimmed with linen lace others with embroidery yokes, several new etylcs. Prices from 25c to 8150. We aro also showing a new line of cilk petticoats, made of very fine taffeta silks, several different styles some with tho tailored bands, others with llounce or fine tucks and plaits to be had in black nnd colors prices ranging from 83.98 to 8G. , Theeo wc consider exceptionally good values. iK-c- HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. New Spring wash Goods. Linens, Madras, Ginghams and Suitings. A collection which will appeal to you in patterns and prices. We wouM like to have you call, that we may show them to you W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. Tinrjing, Plumbing, Heatigg. Don't let 1010 pass without having houee with a beautiful white Have W. K. WARNER to install your country water work villi reusable prices and guarantee. We also carry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS; Kooilnc Roofing Paints. Telephone, 184 Call and see us. jr Porcelain Bath Outfit. hot aud cold water through W. K. WARNER, W. L. M'CARTY.Pres. Stanford, Ky L. R. IIUGHE,f3. E. C. WALTON, AT Stanford Real Estate Co,, Stanford, Kentuclly. Stocks and Heaiji Farms and Town Property Handled on Cuiiiiiiliuiou. to Sell or Rent Notify U. Sold. If you Have Property Writo for Circular to L. R- - HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky. nxnn.atmtriMnitKl-Kiwiwii- H The interior Journal. Jfcai-MfnlPoU-Ofitt- Stanford M jttv&i-rl- rwUrr, LTfiN.TIWETKBLE No ll.Hoath, Nti to.il.SOllttl,lll. Mo. li, North. 4.4" No.a.Nofth.B , ST, No.M.IiWP. I0.HA M. m. lliljr. H A A. P. M M I The man who votes to put a bill FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. where It can't possibly coma to a vote, Hogs went to fll at Indianapolis last ana men attempts to explain nia ucuuu week. by saying ho will vote for tho measure J. M. Craig sold in Rockcastle CO hogs when it is actually up for passage, evidently looks upon his constituents as n at7Jc. James N.Cash will put in 125 acres trlbo of thick skulled Hottentota.-To- dd County Times. of tobacco this year. For Sale. 100 young ewes. J. H. JOS. 6. RlCE,!Agont. TO THE FARMERS. Newell. Yoscmite, Ky, S. J. Hell sold a tine pair of mules to n Casey county party for f.12Ti. Cloll McAninch sold a eood horse to F. 1'. Drown for $150 court day. At San Antonio, Texas, 1.S00 three steers sold at nnd d ...NOTICE. -- TO- lrtlcniimie to handle r emitters In the rt M.Kliinoy actions nnd ask my .t.rM.a Gcorgo Holmes sold to It. E. Thompjack for Lotting son a coming three-year-ol- Contractors, MONDAY. 15(10, APRIL, 1th Poland China gill; weight Notice ii hereby given that I, ns Reward for return, w. M. 2t Supervisor of turnpike roads fur LinBright. Spring &Summcr Stock. For Sale. 20 long yearling nnd 20 coln county, Ky., will until 1 0 o'clock M., .Monday April If Hill) receive ;?ar".WbS.VAl.l8Jri low short J carling steers. M.J. Hoffman, " ecnleil bids for stone nml gravel con venln Moreland, Ky. milt or the llnent JSse SSww. wilt lisvc thnt Individuality and lit Henry Field sold n brown gelding to tracts on tho variou sections of turiit Imilciito they were made to ile take sUriurH.iin' I will also fancy your mens-S- W. U. Hurton, of Lancaster, for n fan- pikes in said Lincoln county, Ky. top -est. troupers, All bids fur furiiMiing, hauling, frsiWi aud in overcoats. Kail and Winter cy prico on Monday. iH9lioii hAtnl ready for your Inspection. J. Lee Murphy, of Boyle county, re- breaking nnd spreading Mono and II. 0. KUl'L.KY.TheTnllor, ported hero court day that he sold n gravel must be scaled ami filed with sUanford, Ky. moon or before ll) o clock a. i.f nice bunch of lambs at 8c. Trees ! Bright & Fox, of Danville, bought of Monday, April ! HU0, at Stanford, IFruit and Ornamental Ky., nnd no bids will bo received niter Rev. Joseph Bnllou a good thnt time. Contracts will bo let to horse for $175 on court day. JtmyMdnn 'of Orchard. I.aw n and Garden. For Sale. -- 75 to 100 bushels of or- the lowest nnd bost bidders, and conOiw Million Htrnwberry plant. Krrc CatnloKUes. chard grass seed. Extra good. $1 50 tractors will be rciiuircd to give Iwnd No Agents. with surety, to be approved by me, per bushel. B B. King, Moreland. H. F. Hillenmcyer & Sons, Bed Leaf, the great trotting stallion, for the faithful performnnco of their will positively be sold at B. G. Fox's contracts mid for nil penalties nnd 5 roiN etono. KKNTUChT. I,rtN(lTOX, stable, Danville, next Monday. K. E. damages for failure to so perform Kingsvillc it Plenntnt Paint piko, their contracts within tho time and ecc. 1, front Stanford Goddard. it Wayneslnirg d mules. under the conditions hcicinafter men 23 For Sale. piko to Cuoy county, county road, All broken and in good working order. tioned. 20 roib gravel. Call on or phono Logan Hubble, Lan Stitufortl & Danville pike tec. I Dil r lit nnil Manufacturer of; Same, w. 2, from l'aey coiiutv No. 1. caster R. F. D. from Stanford to Mrs. Mattio White-'countv road to Kingsvillc, 20 roifs sMarbio and Cranito- - MonuW. M. Fields & Son sold a good horse uO rods stone. gravel. ments, to W. B. Burton, of Lancaster, yester Same, sec. 'J from Mrs. Mnttie anil Crab Orchard it liniii'ter pike, UTkrs in Costs, Cemetery works.l.wn day. He got such a fancy price for him White's gate to Boylo county line -OMci nml Thsviaud cc. 1, from Crab Orchard to G. W. I that ho declined to tell the amount UO rods stone. Evans' farm, 40 rods gravel or stone. S. M. Owens & Son aro telling of the 1 Stanford A Rush Branch pike FLOWERS FOR SALE! great stalCUT splendid qualities of their Same. see. 2, from G. W Evans' from Stanford it Lancaster piku to lion, The Warfield. Bead what they farm to Garrard county line. 2" rods Rush llranch, -- 5 rods stone. to sav. They will also stand n gravol. furnish the public with the best, na have Same, sec. 12, from Rush Hranch to of flowers, Till a the frenliest of cut flowers, plantshort fine jack at $3. Crab Orchard it (happell Gap piko on vtt klndji, hull", potted Hubble, 'JO rods stone. of Russell, who whole rood, 40 rods stone or gravel. .lHl. Alio make a specialty of wreaths ed U. T Selby,yesterday, sold to attendjwfMluiifral purpoif. Stanford & Knob Lick pike ceo. 1 a West court here Carpenter's it Moreland Station la ctnuectlou with the nlovr, I hare nil MeAi.ol vegetables on hand at reasonable End party as he came through Huston-vtll- e from Stanford A HuMonvillo pike to pike, whole road, 25 rods gravel. cow at 5c Hanging Fork creek 10 rods gravel. Saturday a L"JIlltIHTMAVmKKNHOUHES. A rod ot Mono or gravel shall con-sKD lU'llMAIIII, 1'KIIK. Same sec from Hanging Fork creek Stanford, Ky. and $2 5C premium of 225 cubic feet. V. O. Walker will stand his great to Dauvillo A' Hustonville pike, 20 McKinnoy it CoU'ey's mill pike sec. stallion, Carroll Preston, in town the rods gravel. 1, from canning factory ti iId toll coming season at $25 to insure a living Staniord Y Millcdgevillo pike sec 1 hou-'1" roils gravel. colt. His description and pedigree will from Stanford it Iluttonville piko to Same, sec. 2, from toll huii-- i to old appear in a few days. 20 rods gravel McCormack's church, rarliipo.ltlon to do nil kinds of con- - Carroll Dudderar tells U3 that lie sold Same, fee. 2, from McCormack's taiir place, 25 rods stone. vrstlart. uc!i na Hlock Work. I'avementi Same, sec. 3, from old Lair place yesterday to W. O. Walker and H. C. church to Milledgevillc, 20 rods gravel. fact, we can make any thing from Ml.la post. Wo .Miaudown ton fence guarantee can s erve Wray his sorrel mare by Ashland Staniord it Preachemvillc pike ecc. to Mt. Salem, 30 rods stone. na promptly and Same, sec. 4, from Mt. Salem to rk and material. Gull and get our prices Brook for $750. She is three years old 1, from Stanford it Crab Orchard fekhnyou buy your material at least. and a great show mare. pike to Wilkerson's Hranch, 20 rods Caey county liue, l0 rods stone. McKinney it Turnersville pike, That grand sire. Dignity Dare, will stone. appear in the Interior Journal FriSame, sec. 2, from Wilkcrbon's whole road, 35 rods gravel. day. Mr. D. S. Carpenter was down Hranch to Crab Orchard it Lancaster McKinnoy it South Fork pike, sec. Stanford, Ky. from Hustonville Monday telling of the pike 20 rods htone. I, from Green River to the canning fine condition his stallion is in this seaStanford it Crab Orchard pike, sec. factory, 25 rods gravel. son. 1 from Stnnfoijl to Haughman's gate, Same, sec. 2, from canning factory For Sale. Pure Boone county white 20 rods stone, to G. T. Ashlock's hotel in McKinney, seed corn, $1.25 per bushel. See sample Same, cc. 2, from Baughmnu's 10 rods stono and 5 roils gravel. at Lincoln County National and First gate to Bywuter' gate 15 rods stone. Same, sec. 3, from G. T. Ashlock's National Banks. Also 15 bushels of Same, sec 3, from Rywurfers' gate Hotel to it Stanford pike cultivated hemp seed. S. J. Embry, to Crab Orchard, 40 rods stone. at J. S. Murphy's, 25 roils stoue and Jr., and John C. Pcpples, Stanford. Stanford it Ottenheim pike mk. 1 gravel. The American Tobacco Co., which is from Stanford it Waynesburg piko Turnersville it McC'ormack church now fighting the Federal suit for its to J. G. Lynn's, 15 rods stone or pike, sec. 1, from Turnersville to dissolution before the United States gravel Sam Helm's. 10 rods gravel. All kinds of INSURANCE ou all Supreme court, made public its annual Same, sec. 2, from .1. G. Lynn's to Hand broken stono and gravel report for 1903, whichi showed that the Hoouo's shop, 10 rods stone. of property. Only the largjrr must lc on margin of road or section tobacco trust earned 50 per est companies represented. Same, tec. 3, from Boone's shop by Sept. 15, 1910. All gravel must cent, on its $40,000,000 common stock. Rates as low us can be Ik; spread before Oct. 15, 1910. All Secretary of War Dickinson is in fav- to Ottenheim, 20 rods gravel. had anywhere. Stanford it Dix River piko sec. 1 metal is to bo measured by tho superchanging the present system of or of buying horses for the army. Ho has from Stanford it Crab Orchard pike visor, who may desiguate when nnd whero it is to bo spread. All Crush.Stamford. Ky., Phono 200. suggested that the Department of Ag- to Hayden Switch 10 rods gravel. riculture encourage the breeding of Same, sec. 2 from Huydcu Switch ed stone must bo spread not later than Jan. 1, l'.Hl. horses suitable for the army and pro- to Naylors lane, 20 rods stone. poses to buy direct from the breeders All stone furnished must bo good, Same, sec. 3, from Naylors' lane to and cut out the contractors. sound, hard limestone, or ipiartz nnd Garrard Co. line, 20 roils gravel. Stanford Court. There were be Stanford it Lancaster pike sec. 1 broken into piecw not to exceed two tween 400 and 500 cattle at Nunnclley's from Stanford to Logan's lane 25 inches in diameter. Tho gravel must l)e clean and llinty ami thnt furnished stock yards yesterday and most of them rods stone. changed hands. Some extra good yearon McKinney it CoU'ey's Mill piko 2 from Logan s lauc to Same. sec. sold at 5c, but lings and must bo from Green River. Co. lino 25 rods gravel. 51 was the ruling price for young heif Garrard The court or its representative may Stanford it Wuyncsburg pike, sec. ers. Heifers went close to 5c. The de1 from Stanford Ottenheim pike, reject any material not of proper sizo to mand for all grades was good. Butchor quality. Bidders must say whether stuff was brisk at 3 to 4c. Tho horse 25 rods stone. er stone will lie broken by hand or Same sec. 2. from Ottenheim pike and mule market was lively. Horses caushed. road at foot of! sold at $75 to $200 and mules at $125 to to Ma v wood Co. Undertaken and Embalrr. Tho supervisor reserves tho right to Kuob, 25 rods $225. A good crowd attended court. on. Also Dealers in Fur Same, sec. o from May wood Co. reject any and all bids. JJI.uik forms load to Carter's Store, 10 rods stone. on which bids may be made can lw niture, Mattings.Rugs. Thoy CHURCH MATTERS. Same, eec. 4, from Carter's store to obtained from the county clerk. will exchange Furniture for Rev. John H. Page, a school-hous15 rods stone Copies of bonds may be obtained ut I Iutchu-on'- s all Kinds of Stock. Give Baptist preacher, is dead at Horse Same, sec. 5, from Hutchison's the County Clerk's oflice. Cavo. Thorn a Call. Prices Righ bcliool-housto Butt's store, 15 rods Lincoln county owns a rock cruellRev. Hugh McLellan has resigned as stone. er and contractors will be pormitteil Richpastor of the Christian church at Same, sec. G, from Butt's storo to to ucoit at 21 per roil. ftVAKFORD. ?- - KENTUCKY. mond. Kings Mountain pike, nothing. Tho name of James II. Parrish, the Same, sec. 7, trom Kings Moun- S. K. bank wrecker, has been stricken from tain piko to George Gaines 12 rods Supervisor Turnpike Roads for Linthe books or the Third Baptist church gravel. coln Countv. of Owensboro. Tho teachers and assistant teachers of the Christian church Sunday-schoSAVE YOUR FOWLS! will meet with Superintendent C. E. Bourbon Poultry Cur I recognized n the utandanl poultry remedy of tbo world. It U tho one rtuiwly that can bo depended Tate this, Tuesday, evening at 7 o'ou with absolute certainty to euro and prufent 4 clock, to discuss subjects on the proOapoH, Cholera, JCoiip, Llmbcrneck. Diarrhoea and all cilsllnir furtn of poultry ills work. motion of Sunday-schoeaten. A few drop In the drinking water keep fowls healthy ami Iree from dlnoaNO. A 6uo bottle muVea I i gullonn of iumIUIdb. Rev. J. L. Hart, who has been in the the treatment of Ulackhcad and other dUeusea la turkeyn Argentina Republic, South America, as missionary for the Baptist church for a the past several years, preached on the work which his denomination is doing in that country at tho Baptist church HAS NO EQUAL He is an interesting "I I Mr F,P. Cliy,Pi!i.Ky.,$yt"Lty' Sunday rnorning. Mil. W.W R.ltOT,JlopUIolvU!,Ky.,.y tiavs bcn i.lilnf chuk.n, iornui)r Cny jrtsis ami I raited hundrcdt o chwWeni frtt from gap talker and thoroughly consecrated to llouibon Poultry Cuic Is lbs mot sml.ctory icuaujr by iiv.nY them .lout boa Poultry Cure, 1 nnU il I hs.t vvcf uku lor Cholera and (Japes," tiutortakor. Embalmor and his work. it curtt lor CLolia atwi Cunt rt.ee k' Maoujacmrad UtaterllnlHarnoss, Saddlery, BoUrbOH Remedy Co., iZSEfo. u. s. a. Roy Golden, the star pitcher of the COo per Bottlij. Trial Vial Tra. At All Leading DrugoUU. Blue Grass League last season, has ( YANFORD, - KY- been returned by Louisville to Rich1 ' "' " $300. c",,1,h,,.ri,K. STRAYKD. Ky. London, about 100. 5T n 8Anif, sec. fl, from Geo. Gaines' to Geo. V. CIM's, 25 rods gravel. Same sec. 0, from Geo. W. Clifl's to Vnyncshirg 0 rods gravel. Stanford it Hnstonvlllo piko sec. 1 front Stanford to Cash's store 30 rods stone. Same. mi 2, from Cashs store to Hanging Fork creek, 110 rods stone. Same, pec Jl.from Hanging Fork creek to Hustonville, 10 rod gravel and 10 rods stono. Colley'ri mill piko, Hiitoiivillc sec.'l from Hutonvillo to Win Car son', 20 rods stone. Same, sec, 2, from Win Carson's to Ml. Halo in, 10 rods stono, Uiistonvillo it Hradfbnlsville pike, wliolo road, 20 rods gravel. Uiistonvillo it Danville piko sec. from Hiistonvillo to Hlack pike GO rods stone Same, sec. 2, from Hlnck pike to Boylo Co. lino 20 rods stono it IT) rods gravel. Hustonville it Carpenter's creek pike, whole road, S) rods gravel. Hustonville it McKinnoy pike, whole road, rods gravel. Same, see. 2, from Sam Helm's to Sam Bishop's, 10 rods gravel. Same, oc. II, from Sam Bishop's to Knob Lick pike, f rods gnivol. Danville it Laucni-to- r piko, wholo road, lr rods stono. Lincoln it Boylo pike, whole road, t O - v Mwffir . c " I 1 felcK tjtMriM Harry Jacobs, three-year-ol- Our Spring line of Clothing is better than ever before. It is now open for , 1 your Inspection, snappy suit. Call and see that ;. WE Will Hnve a New 1,452-poun- it QQUBLH CUTAWAY HARROW CONCRETING nr.t-clas- e, -- On the treet, next Monday. Don't fail to see it, Mr. Farmer, as you need this implement. Something utw PHILLIPS BROS., W. H. Fish & Pennington, Insurance and Real Estate. HICCJNS, Stanford, Kentucky. lu WE We have just received n full lino of . Spring and Summer clothing tho moit date line of clothing ever shown in iIi'h town wo can make a price to suit anyone. up-to- d J.L.Beazley&Co., mnsis L. L. SANDERS! Ilie Wintry Blasts May come, And the Rain and Know Fall, but your stock will keep warm in Crab Orchard, Ky., well-know- n e Nunnclley's New Stock Yards Plenty and Wuter- - DUDDERAR, of Covered Pens and Feed Court Day J. C. McCIary, ji-JL- So bring them on. Best market in the Stntc, Second Monday. I. M. BituM; Afesrslant. lr Bourbon Poultry Cure m Make your homo as modern Jor your family ns a city MR, FARMER: residence, and place vourself in n positiou to get the lutest market quotations at any time. This can be accomplished by uicaimot out telephone service, biuuu cuiupurt.ii nun which vou and your neigiuwrs can get tor a uum iu Gull or address our nearest office or wnto direct to tlw. l,..ii(.ilu riwnived headquarters, Nashville, Tenti., for information regarding our special Lino" rate. If you are nut at present enjoying telephone service, we can Immediately Interest you. Our lines cover tho States of Kentucky, 'iviiiip.(i MisaissiiMil. I.oiiiiaua and tho Southern iiortioii of Iiuliuna and VA't xuu. Ci XViU. vv. KAKr T I'.iNn 1 Illinois. USI'OIIFOIIATKM RURAL TELEPHONES. CkiBM ntn,lffT. Horns J hon U. mond. SOLD BY SHUGARS & TANNER, Thoau having claims uculiist the estate of I offer my aervleestothe Hoile ot Lin- Mrs. lUille llli'e.deceased, will present them Hat sfaetloii roHirly proven to uiu at once. Those owas ait coln coiintj . guaranteed. IHJinKll, ing lb estate am notified to settle with me OKO. II. I'HUITT. Moreland, Ky., It. K. n. No. 1 immediately. Admlulitrotor Mrs, Utile 11 lee. llesldence. Turuersyllle. Auctioneer;! "c'"ffr. NOTICE! m -- ifcfliii TrVtvusW.wsviii .- - w. .J .