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ITHE INTERIOR JOURNAL I STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 18 1010 NO 0 FIVE MILLION POUND I TOBACCO WAREHOUSE To Be Built Here This Year Will Make Stanford Center of Region South of River As a result of negotiations still pnd ing but practically completed Stan ford Is to secure this season n largo tobacco prizing warehouse with a ca parity of 5000000 pounds of the weed This announcement was mado author tatively today by W P Kincaid tho wellknown tobacco buyer who Is mak Ing this city his headquarters The only thing that preventa full details of the plans of this big institution being made j public now is that the sitn for the mammoth v warehouse hoe not yet boon do cided upon This will soon bo deter mined however and active steps taken toward securing tho erection of tho Immense structure as soon as poSe sible Stanford has rapidly forged to tho front during tho past two years as tho center of ono of the richest tobacco regions in the State Mr Klncaid who has been buying tobacco for over a score of years says that he never taw a finer grado of tobacco In his lifo than produced right here in Lincoln last sea eon And Lincoln countys tobacco crop this year Is going to bo probably double that of last season ho said It was estimated that Lincoln produced 4000 000 pounds last season BO to double that would mean 8000000 Why when I first came hero to buy tobacco Mr Barnhard of tho Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Co told me if I secured 500000 pound ho would be pleased I got over 1500000 and will havo 250 000 more before it is all gone Practically all of tho tobacco raised In Lincoln and tho surrounding counties is sold to independent buyers like Mr Kincaid The Kquity movement has never taken hold with much success south of the Kentucky river though it II understood that a vigorous effort will bo mado this season to induce many growers In this section to pool ANOTHER BIG BARN GOES UP IN FLAMES J F loser Sustains Heavy Loss No Insurance Carried on Destroyed Property Fire of unknown origin destroyed tho large barn of J F Moscr a well known farmer living on Dix river In tho Gil berts Creek section of this county Mon day night and caused damage of about 2000 Tho largo structure and its contents wero completely destroyed 1 and were unprotected by insurance v Threo milk cows and four brood mares wero destroyed together with 200 bar rels bf com a lot of hay and farming implementsPeople in that section are of the opinion that tho blaze was of In cendiary origin Several Negroes are sold to have been loafing In the neigh borhood acting rather suspiciously and proceeding upon this theory Will Lairs bloodhounds were brought down from Hustonville and an effort madn to find a trail from the scene of the conflagra tion It proved unsuccessful however This is the third suspicious firo in this section within tho past week tho Trib ble House at Junction City and tho Urge Baughman warehouse in this city having both caught from unknown causes KEEP your property protected by in uring with Fish Pennlngton Stanford I J W M Beckner Dies at Winchesters f William Moore Bccknar died Tuesday- at his homo In Winchester of a compli cation of diseases aged 69 Ho was a native of Wood ford county but went to Winchester when a young man and engaged in tho practice of law He en tered politics and was soon a loader in the He was succes i sively police judge county judge mem ber of the Le er of the t Constitutional convention railroad corn missioner commissioner and member of Congress In 1696 ho bolted the democratic par ty and a few years later was a candi date for Attorney General on tho ro publican ticket four Bona Luclen and Tal 1 iaferro of Winchester Seth of the State of Washington and HIckman of Clair field Tenn and two daughters Mrs John G Worth of Reno Nev and Mrs Ed Clark of Lexington A Van of Iron Nerve Indomitable will and treiriendouBcnor gy ere never found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out ofc tinder If you want these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills the matchless regula tors for keen brain and strong body beat Pennys Drug Store e o on While superintending tho erection of la building to he used as on automobile garage at Lexington Dr Valentino H andIknown dentist of Richmond and a brother of Judge JP Hobson of tho Court of Appeals I Whitewashing i Will be Result of Ballinger Probe Thinks Harvey Helm Congressman Harvey Helm returned to his duties at Washington 6arly in the week having seen the track cleared for his renomInation In this the Eighth district Ho has no fear of opposition from tho republicans Mr Helm is of the opinion that the Congressional committee which is investigating the HallingerPinchot con troverey over the conservation of nat ural rosorccs will whitewash Tufts man Ballingcr as the great majorityI of the people seem to think It tendtllt should do Ho said that hoI would not be surprised if Ollio James S one of the minority members of tho committee brought in a minority re port If this was done but still such action would do no real good Bold Bad Man Picks Three Plumpest Pullets Off Rev Walkers lien Roost Rev and Mrs D M Walker are be moaning tho loss of three very fine Rhode Island Red liens as the results a visit to their hennery nt their hom on Logan avenue of an unprincipled roost robber Tuesday night Through an oversight tho popular minister had left tho door to his chicken house un locked and when morning came he found that three of tho plumpest pul lets wore guile life lock of the feath ored family was a large one but only these three were taken duo ho thinks to the fact that they had the misfor tune to select a roost low down in tho house for their nightly resting place while their mates nestled among the eaves hidden from danger To Celebrate Arbor Day There will bo a generalobservance of Arbor and Bird Day In tho public schools of Kentucky on April 12 and Superintendent J G Crabbe of Frankfort Is making extensive preparations for the exent To this end he has jus given an order for MOOO of tho hand some highlycolored booklets contain ing the program for tho day such us were Issued by the Department last year Supt Crabbe will urgo ever county and city superintendent to co operate this year and hopes for the same hearty response made with th celebration the same day last year i To Build up Sunday School A score of the teachers and assistants In the Sunday school of the Christian church met at tho residence of Clarence- E Tate Tuesday night and discussed ways and means for building up the school this year The average attend anco at this school last year has been about 150 children The workers hop to bring this average up to 200 a Sun day and If enthusiasm and willingness to work counts for anything they will succeed Mr Tate served ice cream and cake to his guests and the evenin was a happy one for all Camnitz to Receive Big Salary The report that llownrd Camnitz of Hustonville had signed witn Pittsburg last Week proved to ho erroneous He did not attach his signature to twirl for tho Pirates this season until he had had a conference with Manager Clark in Cincinnati Tuesday It is said that ho will receive 4200 for his years work with tho worlds champions The Lash of A Flond would havo been about as welcornji to A Cooper of OswegoN y as ainer clless lungracking cough that defied all remedies for yearslilt was most troublesome at night he writes nothing helped we till I used Dr Kings Now Discovery whlck cured me completely I never cough at night now Millions know Its matchless merit for stubborn colds obstinate ooughs8oro lungs la grippe asthma hemorrhage croup whooping cough or hayfavor It relieves quickly and never falls to satisfy A trial con vinces 50o 81 Trial bottle free Its positively guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store United States Senator John W Dan iel of Virginia is sinking rapidly and momentThefor two days I S 4 BEGINS HIS FOURTH TERM AS POSTMASTER Splendid Record Made By Uncle SanS Official Representa tive at Stanford Postmaster James C Florence has just received formal notification from Washington of his appointment for tho fourth consecutive term as postmaster at Stanford The new term takes ef fect as of March 7th and tho reappointment of the popular official comes as quite a compliment to him Few Presidential postmasters in Ken tucky are serving their fourth terms and the record that Mr Florence has made during his past twelve years of service is said to have been Ono of his strongest recommendations for another term Few postmasters havo served tho patrons of Uncle Sam aa well and faithfully aa he has and there is proba bly no more popular public official in gentled man Ills conduct been exemplary and white he has con dueled affairs In the most systematic and businesslike way possible ho has in doing so mado warm friends of all who have come in contact with him Another Runaway Three Boys Narrowly Escape In jury When Thrown Out Clay Lynn and Leon Davis threo sons of H B Davis who lives near McCormacks church had a narrow es capo from death when the horse they were driving to a buggy ran away with them as they came out of the graded school yard to drive home Wednesday oversthetthree boys out Leon had his head cut a trifle but beyond a severe shaking up tho lads suffered no bad results from tho accident Just as the boys theyshaft to became frightened and began to run ofetho buggy out at the warehouse he continued on tho dead run down the Danvillo pike but at the railroad fell and before he could get up and away was caught The buggy was smashed almost to splinters but tho horse seem ed uninjured Will Speak at Banquet IRev D M Walker of tho Stanford thiseprincipal speakers at the banquet which Chriss tian church at Hustonville will give tonight to the male members of his subg ject will bo Mans dom of God Of Quito an interesting program has been prepared for the evening and a delightful time la antici patod by all who will attend Baptist Sunday School Busy The children of the Baptist Sunday School have been divided into Blue and White Clubs and each club Is working to see which can secure tho largest number of scholars The captains of tho Bluet are Virginia Mahony and Sallio Burdett and of the Reds Wal lace Singleton and Russell Brown Tho side that wins will receive a handsome prize N Dont Break Down Severe strains on the vitalorgans like strains on machinery cause breakdowns You cant overtax stomach liver kidneys bowels or nerves without serious danger to yourself If you are weak or rundown or under strata of any kind tako Electric Hitters the matchless tonic medicine MrsJ E Van do Sande ofKirkland Ill wrllesCIlhat I did not break down while enduring a most severe strain for three moatts is duewbolly to Electric Bitters Use thorn and enjoy health and strength Satisfac tion positively guaranteed 50o at Pennys Drug Store LINCOLNS LEGISLATORS BACK FROM FRANKFORT Many Bills Passed at Session But Veto Ax Will Fall Often Those Approved Senator Took Hubble and Repro sentativo W H Shanks got home Wednesday night from Frankfort The Legislature adjourned Tuesday night and so far the governor has given no signs of an extra session though ho threatened to call one if tho members failed to pass the bond Issue bill Mr Shanks says tho governor ha already stated that ho will veto tho bill providing pensions for the old Con federate soldiers in Kentucky tho bill appropriating 20000 for each of the two State Normal Schools and the bill providing for State bank examiners Ho is expected to use his ax on a large billAI bear his name and Mr Shanks one As ho looked after and introduced all of Hubblos bills In tho House the credi- is equally hits These bills were S B 128 Hubble bill appropriating 20000 for the Kentucky School for the DeafS B 281Tho Hubble bill authoriz ing transportation companies to sell at public auction unclaimed articles- S B 00The Hubblo bill making it optional with men over GO years of ago as to whether they will serve on juries II B IMTho Shanks bill author izing railroads to carry on a ferry bus iness Tho General Assembly passed a total of 153 measures out of a total of almost 1000 introduced Of this number 17 havo become laws either by receiving the signature of tha governor automat ically or being passed over his veto Only two measures were passed over tho governors veto however One of these was the bill introduced by John W Holland of Shelby county and aim ed at the location of tho proposed Lin coIn Institute in Shelbyviile The oth er was the bill introduced by W F Klair of Lexington providing for the recording of names of persons pooling tobacco or other farm products Two bills have become Jaws automat ically they having remained in the hands of the 10 days without his signatursoiaving been attached Both these bills were introduced by Conn Linn of Calloway county Ono increases the salaries of circuit judges 1200 a year and the other appropri ates 30000 annually for uso by the Stato Board of Health Among tho acts which received the executive approval are Claude M Thomas bill providing for what Is known as the intermediate sentence for convicted persons Llllard Carters bill providing for the printing of all court of appeals decisions Claude M Thomas bill providing for the conversion of the Frankfort penitentiary into a reformatory Harry Schoberths bill appropri ating 10000 to the Homo for Incura bles at Louisville J S Steers bill making warehouse receipts negotiable and transferable L W Arnetts bill making October 12 Columbus day a legal holiday The bill repealing tho barbers Inspection law Act changing the time of holding court in the 33rd Judicial district Act amending the present parole law Act creating a new judicial district in Whitley and ad joining counties Doorkeeper Joe T Embry of the House will return home at once but Assistant Clerk J M Alverson of the Senate will not complete his work and return home until about April 1st Lad Buried Here Alfred Edgar Haley the 12 year old son of Mrs Kittie Haley died at their home in Lebanon Junction and tho re mains of the lad were brought hero for burial In Buffalo Cemetery Wednesday He had been ill of peritonttisfor some time Tho lad was a member of the Methodist church His father the late A Fryo Haley and family formerly lived here and havo many relatives in this county HamptonBroughton- Harvey Broughton a son of Daniel Broughton a well known farmer living near Crab Orchard and Miss Nora Hampton daughter of Ike Hampton also of the East End secured license to wed here Wednesday and were made one by K Noaks at tho home of the bride Thursday evening E D Irvine accompanied the prospective groom hero when he got his license It Saved His Log All thought Id lose my leg writes J A Swonson of Watortown Wis Ten yoars of 2Czeraa that 15 doctors not cure bad at last laid me up Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured it sound and well Infallible for Skin Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Bolls Fever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 25o at Peony Drug Store KANADA ROGERS an old Lincoln county boy who has spent tho past several years in Illinois has returned home and is living on a farm on the Crab Orchard pike He has brought his family with him and they will make their home here in tho future Ho says that old Lincoln is good enough for him High Tribute IPaid to Memory of George Barnes Saufley By State Press The press of Kentucky in mentioning weekspays high tribute to the brilliant quali ties of mind and heart of George B Saufley A few expressions from the press on the death of the young man are as follows ACTION OK GARRARD BAR After motion hour Mr J E Robin son moved the court that a committee be appointed to draft suitable resolu tions with reference to tho deathof lion George B Saufley and thereupon Wm Herndon W L Williams and J reportt were monsly adopted Geo B Saufley a son of Judge M C Saufley of the 13th Judicial Circuit a member of the Lincoln county bar and of this bar was a young man of unusual ability and attainments a forceful and eloquent speaker diligent in busi ness thoroughly devoted to tho Interests of his clients conducting and win cases of at an in ma1jorltygling for position at the bar His legal attainments and his ready grasp and quick understanding of the intricate questions of jurisprudence in all Its branches his clear reasoning and logical deductions from established premises gained for him a prestige rarely attained by one so young in years and practice marked him as an attor ney of unusual promise and an orna ment to the profession of the State To his father family and all those who are aggrieved our hearts go out in sympathy and ask for them that con solation which comes only from on high Be it resolved that these resolutions bo spread at large on the record books of this court and that the court now ad journ until next Thursday in honor of George B Saufleys memoryLancas ter Record Mr George B Saufley ono of the brightest young attorneys in the State died at the home of his parents Judge and Mrs M C Saufley at Stanford Monday morning He had been ill with typhoid fever for more than a month and last week was thought to be im proving but suffered relapse Friday which in his weakened condition he could not overcome The funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon In Stanford a number of friends going from this place to attend it Mr Sauf ley was tho third son of Judge Saufley was 28 years of age and unmarried and was a very gifted and popular gentle man The hearts of the many friends hero of Judge and Mrs Saufley go out In sympathy to them in their great sor row Harrodsburg Herald Tha t brilliant young lawyer George B Saufley of Stanford who was ad milted to the bar in Mt Vernon after a most creditable examination of him by Attorneys C C and R G Williams who had been appointed by JndgeT Z Morrow then on the bench to examine the applicant touching his qualifica thong died at the home of his father Circuit Judge M C Saufley last Mon day Possessed of an unusually bright mind and being naturally adapted to his chosen profession he gave great promise of soon becoming one of the legal luminaries of this State Our heart goes out in tenderest sympa thy to his devoted parents relatives and friends in their sorrow over his untimely taking ollMt Vernon Signal George B Saufiey a prominent and gifted young attorney of Stanford and a son of Judge M C Saufley died In that city Monday after a lingering Ill ness of typhoid fever He was 28 years of ago a great favorite and his death is a distinct loss to tho legal profession of KentuckySomerset Journal Hon George Barnes Saufley son of Judge Mike Saufley and one of the most promising young attorneys in the State died at home of his parents in Stanford Monday after a long Illness of fever Deceased was mas ter commissioner of the Lincoln circuit court at the time of his death and stood high as a practitioner He was a cous in of Robert formerly of this city Somtrset Times Attorney George E Stone who is attending court here and Judgo J Boyle Stone were called to Stanford Tuesday to the funeral of their cousin lIon George B a brilliant young lawyer of that city who died Monday of typhoid leverLlbetty News 1 BRAKEMAN BREAKS BOYS LEG WITH BULLET Buckskin Bill Dalton Shot Three Times in Limb By Un known Railroader William Dalton a 15yearold boy familiarly known as Buckskin Bill 3 had his right leg broken just above the ankle by a shot fired at him from a revolver in tho hands of an unknown 1 brakeman on an L N freight train which passed through here going South late Wednesday afternoon Tho boy was endeavoring to jump on the train to get a short ride it is said when the brakeman turned looso his weapon up on him Besides the shot which broke his limb he also caught a bullet high up in the right hip and another near the ankle s Tho shooting took place about 100 yards North of the depot at Rowland where Dalton makes his homo with his parents The freight train was in charge of Conductor Will Smith it was afterward ascertained The train was moving swiftly down the track at the time of the affair and it was impossi ble for any one to ascertain thoidenti ty of tho brakeman The local officers were quickly notifi ed of tho affair however and Deputy Sheriff W S Embry wired ahead to London and Corbin to have the brakeman k caught and sent back here underiarrest to answer the charge which will be lodged against him It has been only a few weeks since over in Pulaski county adjoining this that a brakeman on the Q C rail road shot at a boy to scare him off train and instantly killed him brakeman got away but at the end tboIhis trip came back surrendered self punishment for trial and will soon know Diadem Lodge K of PcWill Make Many Improvements New Mcmbers Coming In Diadem Lodge No 81 is preparing to greatly improve the appearance of its lodge room here as well as make it more comfortable and convenient for J the members About 150 will be spent this Spring in repapering and painting the lodge hall besides adding various other conveniences Diadem Lodge K of P is one of the most prosperous of the fraternal orders of Stanford and is constantly adding to its membership About 20 applications for membership are pending before the lodge and at the regular meeting of the lodge on Thursday night a number of now Knights were taken into the ranks r Mother in Israel Isjnp More Mrs William North Sr died at the home of her son Grant North three miles south of Hustonville on the Mid dlebury pike last week aged 79 years She was a faithful member of the Bap tilt church the greater part of her long and useful life and will be greatly missed She is survived by her husband and a large family of children grand children and several greatgrandchi dren Popular Couple Ved=In East E d- LA Tapp a prominent farmer of tho Taylorsville III vicinity and Miss Minnie Anderson the attractive daugh ter of Mr John Anderson of the Est End were married Wednesday at the home of the bride by Elder J G Livingston They left that evening for a bridal trip after which they will go to his home which he has already had fit ted up for his bride Mr Tapp used to ifve in this county and is a good man He was accompanied by his brother Mr F B Tapp of Bedford Ind Taylor FoundiNot Guilty The charge against George Taylor colored who was arrested by Deputy Sheriff W S Embry last Saturday night as he got off an L N train was dismissed by County Judge Bailey when tho trial came up the first rthe week Attorney George D Florence appeared in defense of Taylor and con vinced the court that he should be re leased Crushed and broken his body almost rolled out fiat Howard Bowman a to bacco handler lies at the point of death in a hospital in Louisville He wai un 6 loading tobacco from a wagon in front of the State Tobacco warehouse where he is employed when one of the hogs heads slipped and rolled off the wagon It rolled over Bowman and he canaet survive 1- I I PAGE TWO THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MARCH 18th 1910 u tt- i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872 EVBIIY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At 1 Per Year In Advance SHELTON SAUFLEYPubllaher Entered at the Post Office at Stan ford Ky as Second Class mall HON HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county I t n cnndldnto for fen 111111101 for ollRrISI from the Eighth trietuihlect to tie action ot the demo c ratio party Tin INTERIOR JOURNAL goes to its readers this issue slightly altered In itt general appearance We hopo that Its patrons will approve the changes in form of makeup and the effort that is made to make it more metropolitan In t appearance and more complete with lice local news The people of Stan ford and the surrounding country are the best on earth and there is no rea son why they should not have the very best paper that can bo given them They can have If they will help us not only with their subscriptions and adver tising but by each reader constituting himself or herself a committee of one to tell the editor all the news he or sho knows Anything from a dog fight to the wedding of Sister Ann or the sate of the pet calf can be woven into a good news item and we want you to tell us of the occurrences of the day thatcome within your knowledge We deeply appreciate the warm hearted wholesouled welcome which the good people of Stanford and com munity have given us and ours and hope to make the INTERIOR JOURNAL such a good newspaper that it will con tinue to be a welcome visitor to every homeAlmost 100 new names have been added to the papers mailing list al ready this week v No paper in this part of the State outside of Lexing ton compares in circulation with the INTERIOR JOURNAL Neither of the two dailies at Frankfort has as many bona tide subscribers New subscrib ers are new life blood to a newspaper and the I J Teals greatly blessed with this happy augury for its future GOVERNOR WILLSON vetoed the cele brared Louisville Ripper bill designed to take the office of citty attorney from tho republican incumbent and give it to a democrat The republicans protested from one end of the State to the other over this steal They forgot that one of the first things tho republican State administration did when it came into power was to try to oust J W Hedden the democratic State Superin tendent of Printing It makes a bg difference whose ox is being gored The Ripper bill passed over the Governors veto in the Houses but enough demo c ats voted with the republicans in the Senate to kill it The republicans are thus robbed of much campaign thunder OP course everyone in Lincoln county is proud that her son will continue to so well represent the Eighth district in the National Congress Our good old neighbor of Boyle should possess her soul with patience Her favorite is young and the day of tho young man is close upon us TUG establishment of a five mllllon pound tobacco prizing warehouse here which is now said to be assured will make Stanford rightfully the center of r k the tobacco growing interests south of the Kentucky river Patience and shuffie the cards the old towns a coming COL ROOSEVELT has arrived in Khar toum in southern Egypt and already the faithful who have not permitted themselves to be led after the strange gods which Taft Balllnger Co have set up are beginning to get ready to hail the great deliverer tBOTIIHouses of tho General Assem bly passed over the Executive veto th Holland bill which was drawn to pr vent the establishment of a largo colored i school near Shelbyville Looks from here like the good county of Shel by is becoming very exclusive NEWS lESIThe legislative executive and judicial bill appropriating nearly 34000000- was passed by the House The House Committee on Naval Af fairs favorably reported a bill appro priating 500000 to raise the wreck o the battleshlplMaine in Havanaharbor Harry Kendall Thaw was cited to ap pear before the United States Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia April 18 by Judge Charles P Orr Rev Alexander Franklin Baker D D died of paralysis after a short ill ness He was alpromlnent Baptist di vineMrs Mary Mussen 61 years of age died at her home In Perryville after a brief illness of pneumonia She is sur vived by her husband Capt W L o MussenJudge Watts Parker in an opinion delivered in theFayettp circuit court held that the purchasing of a registra tion certificate is neither a felony nor an offense against the statutes of Ken f tucky 1 Wants Ts Off Courthouse Preachersvilie Reporter Says They Are Out of DateLive News PREACIIERSVILLE KY We are one of Lincoln countys most humble citizens yet we cannot refrain from making one suggestionthat those cranky Colonial style of letter Vs on the front of of our new courthouse be changed so os to look as modern at the rest of this magnificent structure Do we have a second Every true citizen cannot look at the new courthouse now so near completion but with a feeling of admiration From log cabin to Splendid mansion there is none but who should feel an interest a part ownership as it were in this tetrnlo where sits the blind Goddess of Jus ticeA young gent from Crab Orchard will soon claim one of our prettiest girls We have very straight Information Farmers are well along with their work More tobacco this year than last Almost everyone has sown plant beds Anderson Rigney sold a jack to Jesse Cook Co for 350 Mrs John B Anderson has been very sick Mrs Bettle Cummins is about well Mrs J II Rigsby who has been so very ill is improving All the people who have been afflicted with the mumps are about well Old Charlie Miss Lucy Cummins pet driving horse dropped dead last week This was the gentlest horse in town and will be missed very greatly by Miss Lucy Rev Pierce Bryant pastor of the Baptist church preached Saturday and SundayA Napier who recently moved to this community from Highland while returning from court came near get ting killed His horse ran away demolishing the buckboard and threw Mr Napier on a wire fence His young son was also badly jarred up T W Payno has moved to Tapphan na Mrs Susan Cress was visiting the family of her brother Kendal Smith near Walnut Flat Mr and Mrs Gro ver Gastineau of Garrard were visit- Ing her father John Naylor Mrs J M Lunsford of Boyle visited the fam fly of Ben T Lunsford Wm Naylor and wife have been with the home folks Mr J W Blankenship of liar rodsburg visited his father Henry Blankenship Your correspondent visited J S Turpin at Stanford Mr Levi Anderson who lives in the Canaan neighborhood has a flintlock rifle used by his father Wm Anderson in the first quarter of the last century It is in a good state of preservation and is of fine workmanship It bears the date of 1777 und no doubt saw ser vice against England His father kill ed 18 deer and many wild turkeys in the knobs a few miles south of Crab Orchard A bent hickory cane has tts date of 1855 and is a nice piece of carv ing and never painted or varnished shows a wonderful polish The crook was handy to a man on horseback to rescue his hat or to catch a runaway horseYour corrospondent with Mr Arthur Sharp spent a portion of last week with Mr and Mrs T W Napier at Crab Orchard and were most hospita bly entertained while there Mr N is an affable gentleman and his wife a- very pleasant lady They have an in teresting family Wilson their son is in the Crab Orchard postoffice Miss Lena their daughter is an accomplished young lady and a fine organist while their twin daughters are so much alike it keeps one guessing whether It is Miss Kate or Miss Nan to whom he is talking and when both are dressed alike it is only making matters worse then you have to guess again Even their teachers and closest friends are completely puzzled This no doubt af fords these demure young ladies lots of fun Then the twin sons are as much dispositloen nameeare Henry Henley the now recovering from an accidental gunshot wound which came very near termina ting fatally Joe another son is a fine amateur comic singer and will some day make his mark A more youth we have never known The bah girl little Jeanette and the eldest McClure Napier in business at Clea ton Ky complete the family properfmuchlarger agoItsfromlieinJlcallllcitytorecentdcmunstratinnsthe Quaker Oats led man is the man with greatest physical endurance and greatest mental vigor Farmers should give this subject careful thought should increase hytlcmlchesfarm hands packagesarclimates 57 I Grand Master Of Odd Fellows To Visit Lodge Here Tuesday Night thelGrandnext Tuesday night in his official capac ity lie will bo Riven a cordial greeting by the many Odd Fellows in this sec lion Ho comes to inspect tho lodge in his official duty and besides meet Ing the members of tho Stanford lodge here will also meet delegations from the Crab Orchard and Lancaster lodges which are expected to be present Stanford lodge and the two sister lodges mentioned will have splendid reports to make to tho Grand Master for the past year has been one of the most successful in tho history of this popular order in this part of the State T C Asst Republican politics in the 11th district has taken a more turn with the inauguration of Caleb Powers active campaign for the Congressional nomination Powers is now making aI speaking tour of the counties of Clay Ierry and Jackson D C Edwards who has not yet declared his candidacy is playing waiting game apparently Tho executive committee of the By nodical missions of tho Synod of Ken tucky in with committee in the New York Board of Jlome Mis sions elected HevP J Cheek of Louisville Synodical Superintendent for the State of The Pulaski grand jury has after 173 Indictments The indictments vary all the way from breach of the peace to wilful murder A large number are against tho Belling of cigarette papers Stomach distress ROCS In five minI utes on on Mionu by U L Penny and to cure indigestion or any other stomach trouble or money back 5OcIHow ToICollect Your otes an us4I- ow can I collect what is owing met This is the nil important question I with every merchant wholesale firm business and professional men far mers aud in fact every one today Never has tho question been so prominent in the business world ns it is today The loss of a low accounts may cat up your profits in business to collect a note makes you that much poorer not being able or in n position to give tho proper nt tention knowledge or experience to the adjustment or examination into some claim in which you have an interest may causp you tho loss of many dollars Our province and our business is to help you these matters Whether it is a NOTE or ACCOUNT you are not able to collect or whether it is some claim in which you have nn interest which needs into we i ore prepared to do it and do if promptly This is our business wo nmko it a study We have the facilities nnd we have the experience and the fact thnt we have rollectoomany dollars which were given up ns lost is one of our umllweUnited States We recently collected nn account for n firm in the adjoining county against a man in California If you have n claim which needs look ing niter or a note or account which you want collectedno matter how large or how smallor where the parties live send it to us Wo solicit your Bank references MAYS COLLECTION AGENCY WOODSON MAY Mgr Somerset Kentucky the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 4300000 Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT WM BRIGHT B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J WO ROCHESTER ASST CASH t H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER HtfYSFOSTfcR CLERK- OIREOTORBS 4 tV O Walker Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W CnrterStanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford T C Rankin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble W H Cummins Prcacheraville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek t FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN J882- CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 26500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxesjfor Use ourjCustomcrs We Solicit Your Account OFFICER J 5 Hocker President N sS Harris VicePresldent yJohn 1 McRoberts Cashier H Baughman Ctlshf- WWSaundersDookkeeper Interesting n conference a Kentucky adjourned returning guarantee looking carefully business CASHIER- J Lancaster DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman- M D Elmore J M Pettui H C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson E C Walton J S Hocker W H Murphy R B MAHONEY Pres J T WHITE Secy W S FISH Treas r The Citizens Realty andit vTTV Title Co i l Farms houses and lots for rent saloor exchange Persons desiring quick sales or purchase in realty of all kinds Cullon or I writers STANFORD KY Promptness and Reasonable Commissions Our Specialty Phone 200 dL r v Extra Good is not too good for our boysIn the first place boys deserve I f 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 Everything of course has Knickerbocker 4 trousers and the range of prices run from 350 to 10 and as pretty pat f terns and tailoring as a mortal ever saw H J McROBRTS s t STANFORD KENTUCKYr 8F1arEEEfEaEEEE a Ef3 OJ G L Penny R II Coffey En Coleman ftIjCO Dr Hess Poultry Panacea I m Will make hens lay euro them int B eggs laid will more than I m 1S1forthe small expense of feeding illlOlIIRt Penny Drug try Store J tl m PENNY DRUG STORE yStanford Kentucky mBB BB17BBBBBB BEfi3 r k When You Have 7j1 I I Prcdace y I To Sell Call f- w t H B Northcott i Stanford Ky Phono 153 f Ifff4 THURMAN K TUDOR Manager I D I F P L II MARCH 18th 1910 TIlE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY PAGE THREE I DRUGGETS We have about 15 patterns in Topeslry and Mnguelto druggets 811GO to 821 See our special seamless 0x12 rug at 1250 0 f LACE CURTAINS 4I11o have aloud doubted our showing of window curtains and drnperiea lace curtains in Nottingham Cobol Net and Mission Net at 7fio to 8760 per yd Swiss and Mission draperies ut lOc to 2- 5oShadesI tVc We carry nit widths and lengths in Shades plain aud duplex SCc1 to 81 We also carry extra wide elmdea in stock at 25o l0 50e lofi than yon usunlly w P11y NEEDLES Bobbins and Shuttles for all Hewing machines at Pennys Drug Store rn PERSONALS HiLL JR went to FrankfortiTuesday to see tho Legislature close MRS SUSAN YEAGSK has returned from a several days viiit to Louis vlllo t MRS R 11 BATSON drove Mr Oatson this far on a trip ho made to Huston j villo Tuesday and then returned by rail to their homo In Lancaster a W 1 DICKEY of Louisville who has been the guest of his brother Rev J J Dickey hero for tho past week went pfVVto Carlisle early this week lolnttt al days with Mr Walkers relatives MK E C WALTON left Tuesday for a several weeks trip In Florida and Southy left yes terday for a visit to her friend Mrs Hays Green at Barbourvllln DR C A Cox of Joncsboro Tenn who formerly lived In Stanford was hero this week on one of his trips J MRS J II BAUGIIUAN will spend several days visiting at Marttnsvillo Ind while Mr Daughroan id at St Louis on a business trip REV AND MRS JOHN T HOEKIW have taken apartments at tho residence rofMr Cicero Reynolds on Lanenstur street MRs MARIE Kinov of Lancaster through here Tuesday en route to Mlildlcsboro where she will visit rel t atircoDit J G CAnrENTBH was called to Crab Orchard Wednesday by the illness of hla brother Jno Carpenter at his farm near that thriving little city MADAME Hutton is whispering about I that a prominent young attorney ot tho local bar Is soon to claim a charming t Southern belle for his own the wed ding to bo celebrated in the early Spring Misses JANIE AND MATTIB WALKER nieces of Mrs J C Hays pasted thro hero this morning en route to their home at Paint Lick from Louisville wherothoy had been at tho bcdeidu of their father E II Walker who Is Ill oJ Intfhospltnl there Ho is somewhat Improved THE Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tisn church had a delightful session at I tho homo of Mrs W M Bright on f Danville avenue Tuesday afternoon V The members are working on carpet rags tho sale of which will assist in securing a fund which will be applied toward providing religious services at tho church at Rowland Mrs Qlarcnco Tatorcad extracts from Rebecca of Sunnybrook Form while tho other I sowed Twtntyeoven members of the society were present Mus KIT HUFFMAN spent several days this week with her sister Mrs Jamlo Carpenter at Crab Orchard MRS E P WOODS Mrs Bottle Bush and Mrs Nnnnlo Woods Kitchen are In Martmsville hid for severe daysMns IIILL SPALDINO of Louisville and Miss Ada Alcorn of Hustonvllle were hero Thursday the guests or Mrs Bottle McKlnnev MR AND MRS G F GOOCII of Mc Kinney aro being cnngratulated upon tho arrival of a fine son ot their home Ho has been named Fre d James D W MAliAN the popular salesman of a Lexington grocery house was call ing on his customers hero this week MRS E S POWELL Miss Jessie Powell and Mrs Emmett McCormack who aro reported as having beenon the sick list at Hustonvllle are much bet ter quitemhis malady typhoid fever Miss Peachie Baughmun who has been also III with typhoid fever is now able to sit up a little TilE Current Events Club was de lightfully entertained Thursday after noon by Mrs W M Bright at her hom on Danville avenue The Ne sro Question was the topic for dis cession several interesting papers were read- Mit AND MRS JERRY ADAMS of Hustonvillo aro guests of Mr and Mrs J Bcecher Adams on East Muln street Mrs William Warren loft yes terday afternoon for Winchester to at tend the funnrnl of Judgu Beckner whose death occurred at his late home In that city Monday afternoon Dan ville Advocate LOCALS Sui our display of atlern hats Satur day 19th Misses VanDeveer eo SEE the big seed potatoes at the Country Store GOOD bicycle for infirst class shape This o tce Putt bred Plymouth Rock eggs for vale 16 for 51 Mrs Hugh Reid Stanford MlLLISERYopenlng March 19th Come Everybody Miss Ella May SaundersSPlymouth Rock eggs 1 for IPUlta of 15 Mrs A R Nunnelley DR W E WATKINS ofMaywood received a fine young bird dog bv ex press early in tho Fort SALB FewnicNButt Orping ton cockerel Also eggs for hatching MM W J Holtzclaw Stanford R b U No1 Tnt public Is invitedtomy millinery parlors Saturday 19th to Inspect a lino upto date hats Miss Ella May Sounders r f o SHOe AI I lam NEW Sfiring and Sump a mer styles on sale Now I If anything little lit smart t er and more exclusive than usual71se kind you see 5 on Paris boulevards = Fifth 2i Avenue tooEvery last and I 14 leather that a woman could t1 fassihly want at any time CUMMINS WEAREN STANFORD KY t4 I a VV FOR THE HOUSE BEAUTIFUL We have made more ex tensive preparation than usu al in our house furnLhitg do partment Wo have tho J oods that will make your Monte bright auill I untilIou SEVERANCE SONSTANFORD KENTUCKY KATIE CARTER a negro woman was severely cut in an affray by Sam Yan tis also of color last week Both claim that they were scuffling and that no hard feelings were Involved- MILLINERY opening Saturday the 19th Your patronage solicited Misses YanDevcer WANTED to trade lumber for born- patterns for corn and hay C J Sip pie London invitedTHE public is car to at tend my millinery opening Saturday March 19th Mrs R E Thompson Crab Orchard 2t DRESS MAKING and sewing of all kiIds done by Miss Mary Zeller at J K Cummins residence Satisfaction guaranteed DURING his absen theSouth E C Walton has placed Rowan Saufley in charge of the opera home Any ono desiring to obtain the use of it can do so by making arrangements with him MILLINERY OPENING Pattern Sui and Street hats are now ready for In spection It would afford us muen pleasure to have you call Saturday March 19th Misses Straub At Baptist church Sunday preaching by tho pastor at both services Morn- Ing subject Rock of Ages Even Ing subject A Pathless Flight The Sundayschool Is looking up The La dies Aid Society meets this week with Mrs Garland Singleton Friday at 2 oclock HENRY FRANCIS was assessed 15 end the costs by Police Judgo Mcnefee and R B Green 10 and tho trimmings for havIng a little too much on boaro c urt day Both claimed to have tast ed nothing stronger than Cream of Hops but the Court of Appeals t as said that this beverage is not intoxi cating MR J W POWELL has an old order drawn by his grandfather Linzcy Powell on George Drye for 2 cogs of whisky which Is an Interesting old document It is dated December 24 1825 and was undoubtedly secured for a Christmas present Descendants of both parties to tho paper are still re siding in this county INSURE WITH GAtNEslDont neg loot Dont delay In case of loss you are paid the same way Writes nothing butinsurance will go anywhere for businessFire life accident cyclone stock and automobile policies Companies old and tried none better few as good Special inducements for the next CO days Write Ed C GaInes The Insurance Man Lancaster Ky HUSTONVILLE recoveringtramEddie Powell missed tobacco from his barn one last week and called Lairs bloodhounds and they told the trailingII of the Casey County News at Liberty while Bro Henry Thomas is doing cen sus work Our heartfelt thanks are tendered heightsforduring our late Illness Tho Allwise Creator will remember and reward them with continued happiness on earth and everlasting bliss in their home above The farmer that sells Myers and Vaughn 50 or more of the best lambs before they begin shipping will be giv buyingguests invited to tho mens ban quet which will be given at Alcorn Opera House Hustonville Friday eve requestedt 715 P M Rev W S Willis ot the Christian church at llustonvllle will ChristianWorkMan After Gods Heart in the eve ping Public Sale of a Valu able Town Lot in- Stanford Ky A line location for business This lot Is an roomsBeneathcold plant coal yard u farmers wnroliouse or olovntor tint yDopotnndlucasturatreoteaml to build two rehleucnlronUUII on tho lubaro treut not sold privately this MondaycountyMISS 3 NJ PAItKIat QAIIPENTEIt Georgetown Ky K I D M FERRYS Garden Seeds at the Country Store REV D M WALKER will preach at the Christian church Sunday morning on the subject Power of Minister ing A noon hand onehorso Supe rior fertilizer corn planter for sale W 11 Higgins MY Spring 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 ream dyto wear underwear aprons etc Mrs G W Gentry Stanford- MIDDLEBURG Several Liberty lads and lasses were hero Sunday having a good time and catching the measles Our physicians report the health of this community as much improved with in tho last ten days Mr and Mrs V T Wilson returned from Somerset Friday after an ex tended visit to relatives there Mrs Laura Leo and daughter Miss Bessie Ernest and Preston Miller Roy De bord Mark and Irwin Wesley are a few of the many that are down with measlesMarion Black has been appointed a constable for this district Brad Sweet went to jail to pay a fine Imposed in the magistrates court here for failure to work on the county road Miss Nannie Adams Is occupying the chair In the primary department the graded school while Miss Bessie Lee is worrying with tho measles Rev J L Adkins of Burksvillc who Was called to tho pastorate of the Baptist church had not accepted up to this writing and the ake- stepss serviceat once to secure the of another man- Farmers are taking advantage of the lato pretty spell of weather and are getting along well with farm work Considerable ground has been broken and a porn and tobacco crop is anticipatedThe rof a son in the home of Jason Lawhorn mentioned In last Fri days INTERIOR JOURNAL occurred two months ago Indeed Jasons boy is al most large enough to go to school It Is not redheaded as reported by Hen ry Thomas of the Casey County Now besides he has all the appearance of a democrat MASONS MEET meetfnthird Monday nlghti oroncli month at raiO oclock In their hall on main treeet Stan lord Ky Members of sister lodges lire Ira ternnlly Invited to bo present T W Pen Dlncton Sec W A TRIBBLE Furniture aud Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford KentucHy CLEMENS HOTEL J L ELKIN Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKY Large airy outside room Oommerctal travelers a specialty Special rates by week or month The proprietor Ian former Lin coin county man and his friend should re member him when topping ID bit town NEW MUSIC 1 We have placed In itock n line linn or vocal nnd Instrumental music till sold ut 25o tieaShugars fQ TannersV Drug Store Stanford Kentucky I When Hungry GO TO Canons Restaurant Lancaster Street Stanford K Meals served at all hour up to 1130 P u test place lu town for a good quick men Cooking to suit our customerour specialty Splendid now line of fancy Groceries 1 Hot Coffee Sandwiches pies hotter milk I and sweet milk etc at all times W A CARSON Prop CARPETS t 25cto1 I MATTINGS attractiveneee i J e f LINOLEUMS and OIL CLOTHS yardGforhallsc 1 I 1- it lL R Hughes T W Humble W 0 MartinI Muslin Underwear l New striking Frencliy undergarments gowns madQ of Boozembroidery petticoat of very fine cambric with deep flounce of beautiful laco and insertion very dainty in and extra well made Another stylo a heautifulombroiderv flounce Corset covet I made of very fine cambric and nainsook trimmed with linenV PricesfromWo are also showing a new lino of silk petticoats made of very flue taffeta silks several different styles some with tho tail ored bands others with flounce or fine tucks and plaits to lo i 80TheseHUGHES MARTIN CO f Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY I We would like to lime you look at our lino of childrens suits We I feel that we can please you The patterns arc goodall have kuickor bocker pants well made I throughout f W E PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD KETUCKY Tinning Plumbing Heatiijg= I yourhouseto Porcelain Bath OutfitHa- ve W K WARNER to install your couulry water wocke wuA reasonable prices and guarantee Wealeo carry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS Roofing IB Roofing Paiuts Call aud see us Telephone 188 W K WARNERStanford W L MCARTYPres E C WALTON Ire L nIIUG IIE8St T Stanford Real Estate Co Stanford KcntuclyI0 f Farms and Town Property Handled ou Commission Stocks and Bomb Sold If you Hrivo Property to Sell or Rent Notify Us Write for Circular to L R HUGHES Secretary Stanford Kyo j rAGE FOUR THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MARCh 18th 1910 IRICHMOND Ortr 16 hinJiSyewoU isck will mile the tntoa at our film on Danville pike be itwua Hedgevilte and Hubble at a lee 10 LIr rare mule 8 for horse mule to insure 5sae colt FltZPATRICKRANKIN Hedgeville Ky ITS N TIME TABLE No II Houth IL2e V M NoSIHouth1045AM No 24 North 440 A M No W North 649 P X No S7 lon AM No RIItO P M 4QS S RICE Agent i TO THE FARMERS Twllloontlnne to Imndlo Fertilisers Intho Jsuabo and MeKlnnoy sections nnd nsk niy wpxtroiw to remember me I nlso uiktho patronage of many new cn l v HIPPLICLondonKy Spring Summer Stock aarejour mensuro tnfcen by n tailor of ox MrisBf Then jour theIineataevening- aithea nrVew business suit or will have thnt Individuality nnd lit vhich plainly Indicate they were wilde to- yelZmeesore 1 will nl o take your meas lire fur pitrn trousers fancy VOltaltop eMti and overcoats Fall simples on hand ready for your Inspection HO RUILKY The Tailor Htanford Ky I Fruit and Ornamental Trees irmrthlnc for Orchard Lawn and Garden One Million Htrawberry plants Fret Catalogues No Agents HF Hillenmeycr Sons LrxiNoTO of KEXTUOJCY Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer Marble and Cranito Monuments Markers and Posts Cemetery nnd Lawn YMetaua settees Otlluo and works JIc XlBmIY Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE 1 can furnish the public with the best as wall as the freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short 3M tlce Also make a specialty of wreaths purposesla above I have nil Xladsof vegetables on hand at reasonable SSJlOHllIBTMAN GREEN HOUHKH ED llUIlBAHD 1BOII Stanford K- yCONCRETING conoptingadn tact we can make any hing from r BeuM down to a fence poUt we can serve ytm promptly nnd guarantee flrt class pricesderPHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Fish Pennington Insurance and Real Estate- All kinds of INSURANCE all kinds of property Only the Inrg est companies represented Rates na low as can be had anywhere iSUkBford Ky Phone 200 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalrc 9n Also Deniers in Furniture MattingsRugs They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call prices Rigb l ITNFORD KENTUCKY r w J ce McClary Undertaker Embalmer and- S IIIer inHarnoss Saddlery STANFORD KY fIIaf16I How Phone M Tea FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR BALE55 good native cattle A T Nunnelley at stock yards t lt J E Bruce sold two pairs of mules at 400 and 425 FIVE good second hand buggies for dale B D Carter Stanford Two work mares for sale A T Nunnelley Jim Woods had two nice jacks In town court day which he will soon tell breeders about through tho I J FOR SALE20 long yearling and 20 short yearling steers M J Hoffman Moreland Ky 4t J H Baughman sold a fine 4year old mulo to W T Robinson of Boyle for 245 FOR SALE75 to 100 bushcls of or chard grass seed Extra good 150 per bushel B B King Moreland Logan Hubble sold a good family horse to William Floyd of Hustonvillo for 150 F L Jones has sold his farm of 60 acres near Danville to Rev H M Shouse for S4400 Red Leaf the great trotting stallion will positively be sold at B G Foxs stable Danville next Monday R E Goddard I have a nice six year old bay horso for sale perfectly sound gentle to drive works anywhere and rides fairly well W P Kincaid tfIWalter Walker has purchased a did Percheron stallion which ho will stand at the stock yards here under John Cooks care FOR SALE26 three year oid mules All broken and in good working order Call on or phone Logan Hubble Lan caster R F D No1 Senator Took Hubbles good gelding T M Green won another race at Jack sonville last Saturday This makes the sixth out of seven starts to his credit this Spring FOR SALE PuroBoone county white seed corn 125 per bushel See sample at Lincoln County National and First National Banks Also 15 bushels of cultivated hemp seed S J Embry Jr and John C Pepples Stanford A T Nunnelley sold to J B Peel of Jessamine county this week 15 good heifers ranging in price from 31 to 4ic Mr Nunnelley bought a team of nice horses from Virgil Campbell at a stilt priceThere were 400 cattlo on the market here court day and practically all of them changed hands Stanford is rapidly forging to the front as a cattle market and buyers from all over this part of Kentucky are now attending the sales here J H Baughman leaves this week for St Louis and other western points where he will buy up some nice horses and other stock for the local mar ketCress Jones bought of A T Nun nelley this week 39 nice hogs The price was so high that they wouldnt tell it- Thomas H Williams president of the New California Jockey Club an nounced that the racing season at Em- eryville which was to end April 7 will be extended 20 days and probably longer Dogs got into the sheep of William Durham near Danvllle on the Perry ville pike Two ewes were killed and nine lambs and a number of others were mutilated Tho dogs were not killedThe Kentucky Racing Association at Lexington selected W H Shelley of Louisville to be in charge of the meet ing which begins there April 30 and continues to Slay 7 It was announced that no purse under 300 will bo offered and that most of them will be 400 or over The Markets Louisvilles latest market quotations Prime export steers 6257 ship ping steers 5 70 to G 25 beef steers 375 to G fat heifers 375 to 575 fat cows 375 to 550 cutters 2 50 to 375 canners 150 to 250 bulls 275 to 525 feeders 3 75 to 525 stockers 3 to 4 75 choice milk cows 35 to 50 common to fair 15 to 35 Calves best 8 to 850 medium 550 to 750 common dull- a 2 50 to 5 Hogs Receipts 809 head selected 105 pounds and up selling at 11 139 to 165 pounds 1050 pigs 870 to 10 roughs 1039 down Sheep and Limba Good demand continues for good fat sheep and good lambs not enough corning in to supply the local butchers best fat sheep 350 to 450 lambs G to 7c- Cincinnati market Cuttle fair to good shippers 6 50 to 765 common 3 shippers109U375 to 665 Lambs are 25c higher 625 to 1965 PUBLIC SALE Having sold iny frin the Hunt Singleton nine one mile irons Orab Orchard on the- M Vernon road I will on SATURDAY MATUMI Yet1m 1810 Reglnningat 10 A x sell nIT nil lilY irnrm log hllllltlIInt and stock consisting of 1 Ilx enrold horse 8 mlloh cows one Jersey subject to register giving mllleiltbe otherby side 1 Ix has been bred S yearling colls if yearling Jer nicehoglblnea t riding cultivator l stowing machIne plows harrow harness at good ns now wagon J onehorse hay In the corn In the crIb household lurnl ture and other things too numerous to mention Turnu mode known on day of auto KyJPohaudrr I DOING THEIR DUTY Scores of Stanford Readers Are Learning the Duty of The Kidneys To filter the blood is tho kidneys dutyWhen they fail to do this the kidneys are sick Backache and many kidney Ills fol low Urinary troubles diabetes Deans Kidney Pills cute them all Stanford people endorse our claim Mrs Nancy A Logan E Main street Stanford Ky says scarcely know how to express my gratitude to uoanft Kidney Pills great benefit they brought me When I began to use them 1 was in a miserable condition My back seemed to have given out en tirely and at times pained mo terribly I often became so weak and lame that I was almost prostrated I was also annoyed by a frequent desire to void the kidney secretions and the passages wero accompanied by an intense burn I ing sensation Learning of Deans Kidney Pills I procured n supply nt Shu gars Tanners Drug Store and in view of the result I received I can rive them the highest Doans Kidney Pills not only relieved my back ache but restored my kidneys to a nor mal condition For sale by all dealers Price CO eta Foster Milburn Co Buffalo New York solo agents for tho United States Remember the nameDoansandt- ake no other Rowland The railroad employes aro very busy at this place filling in and building new switches also making preparations to move the depot and build a nice park Watch out for Rowland is coming to the front Mrs S E Carter is visit ing friends at Corbin Mrs Will Land is on the sick list Mr Dennis of Lan caster is visiting his parents at this place Miss Desslo Harrington of Eu banks is visiting Mrs S T Roberts Miss Emma Dnnlels of Garrard was visiting Mrs Tom Jennings Miss Lu lu Sprinkles Is visiting her sister Mrs Thompson at Preachemille Miss Buelah McCarley of Crab Orchard has been visiting Miss Edith Martin Will Perkins has bought the Wade property and has moved in S T Roberts and wife spent Sunday at the home of J T Munday Misses Annie Hall and lies sic Fowle have returned from an ex tended visit to Mrs G W Martin at Livingston E T Robards supervisor of sales on the Lexington loose leaf market makes the following report of the business dono Wednesday Three houses sold 35625 pounds of tobacco at prices rang ing from 9 to IDc per pound Market was strong and active with prices steady Asserting that he is an ardent an advocate of wise conservation as the most radical but it must bo wise conservation to appeal to me Secretary of the Interior R A Ballinger spoke before tho Minnesota Conservation and Agricultural Development Congress President Taft left Washington for Chicago over the Pennsylvania railroad From Chicago tho president will awing around the circle to Rochester Alba ny New York New Haven and Provi dence and will not be in Washington again until March 23 Magoffin Tucker son of Dr Dewitt Tucker of Danville had a narrow es cape from being killed in a runaway ills horse became frightened tho horn of an automobile which passed him and started to run He escaped with a sprained shoulder DigIitq Dare 1982 Combined Hlnllloii Dark Jlnhogimy Kay weight law pounds Is absolutely sound In everyway Kind disposition and colts easily binidlud lie has stepped eighths In 1SK hitched ton sulky Is five galled n Xreat show horso wearing tho blue tie ever since n yearling nt three yuan old wore 13 blues nnd one out of II shows as n har ness horse and as n model Is In n class to himself Ho was never defeated except by two of bis own colts and has won In rings of 3hend Ills colts are always Inside ton money and when developed mate grunt saddlers and high three and five galled show horses Sixty five of his get at un average age of 4U years sold at un aver ago price of pal Ho has never been dnfuat In n produce ring when shown with 4 to 18 of his get ThInk III such saddlers us he one sired namely Nettleton Wlniom IrOlleclltbeJim Anderson Mare Hay Mart Toxle Dare London Pare llI1perUlilllldaUroJ to flfluo Look at his record ns a sire lers nnd sea what byIhedertiaraNoIOAoletdamn It ho by William WelcUiUl A T II U ho by Hdeke Hambletonlon No 10 A TIIIt will servo mures this season of 1010 at my stable In Hustonvllleat the low price of IMTO INHUHK A UVB CULT Money due when colt comes or mare traded or removed or bred to any other stock A lion retained on nil colts until paid tor Oran furnished At reasonable price for mares from n distance nnd must be settled for before removed Breeding Lours from 8 livenIngJarcbut will not bo responsible for accidents or escapes VIII also nt the same time nnd plnce stand my great breeding Mule Jack PEYTON so well known In the West Km of Lincoln Jennetdue moved or parted with or bred to any other stook Ieyton by Hull Iluddernrs ask hu lorter IIndtootIndmlredbybest tack In Lincoln ounty leebfmlhoneD S CARPENTER HUBTOXVJLIK KT c NEW line of mens and boya clothing at the Country Store Prices and qual ity will surprise you The highest prIce said to have been paid for cattlo in this part of Kentucky in years was received this week by exportcattleLouisville He received 7e for them h State Commander M F ElkIn and A C Sino have organized a tent of Maccabees at Science Hill Pulaski county with 35 charter members Chester G Woodall Is Record Keeper nnd ProfW P Baugh Commander George B Saulloy son of Judge M C Saufley of Stanford Is dead after a six weeks siege of typhoid fever Ho was a brilliant young lawyer and was master commissioner of Lincoln county Somerset Republican f ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE I THOSE having claims against the es tate of Geo D Snufley deceased are notified to present same to the undersigned properly proven for payment Those owing him will please make settlement with me at once George L Penny administrator GALTON 12910H nton of 110 HIre ofPnlvlnO tIO Al llurn 190x and six others with trials from tam to tillthose are lha unl ones that wero ever hand led for 0 b8 are of one dnm with one In lhe9uaIlst Hired Onmlxmit Vii kes 111 the lire of Sl In the tlllU list Js In 1Itttt1tINigiiinddauinf 5 with record offroiuSillto taait by KnllrM tZ1 of Hnmbletonlnn Ill ditm byHeoluy American 8tnr Enilvld XrtbasAtnlun daughter have m In 2nd Until ulcktirp by Ken tuek1rlnea Jr lreof J Q lIT ienr listSat917i lcadlnohnnlllesislet anti Heeley1 s AmertcjtnHlnr Gallons colts have gone against and de fated the twit In harness classes and roadster rings they are In great demand selling yearlingsfromstable miles Weitnf lluitonvllloon llrasl fordivllle pike at lift to insure n living coil Money due If man It traded sifter tail ng bred Ilont of graM at 1100 per month saved ex prosily for ninnM noothMrslorkinUrd with mams have grass lots anti largo stables fo- rman to foal Grain fed at cost Ihone rrddeneeil ExchangeW Huitonvllle Ky FARM FOR SALE My farm of G7 arree of ood land well Im saleItthe May wood section House has six rooms New barn nnd other necessary outbuildings A tmrtnln If sold at once OHTONJIt J J BELDEN For house cnrrlaRO and sUn painting deco rutlvo aperbanging also buggy trtmmlUR of nil kinds such ILl tops recovered curtains and boots mado HlopoverAldrldgeblack smith shop West Main Ht Ky Phono No IS Jlv J J IliilKN Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately mjr stock of Gro cores and Hardware DolnR a good bust nell Will Invoice about tt W Iteason 111 health OKO n UOPPRIl Htanford Ky B D CARTER New Livery Depot Street Phone 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY A W CURD AUCTIONEER Bur in HentucKy I am a graduate of Jones National School of Auctioneers OhlcaRound have bAd cx- btockYaalsUhIce owherewetsold soma thoroughbreds as nigh as lliO Also In horse sales wiser 8no sales were made each day Auctioneering Is a science and I have studied It with this Idea Mlo me before you arrange for your sale I can male sales toyuurudrnutage PAONE90 n Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Min STANFORD KY Keildenco Phone 84 Office G6 Insure with me and bo fully protected Dinwiddie Hustonvilje Co1Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods r Ebettthanr your Inspection Call and see that snappy suit r- r Ll Trill 1 WE 4 Have the Superior 2horse wt I corn planter with bothedge and fiat dropping plates al so the Superior I horse planters and fertilizers These planters have been tested and give satisfaction t i 1J W H HIGGINS r Stanford KentuckyI TNIL JJ- Wu E1E Hi JUST RECEIVED I a I A Big Line Of v- r tel WALL PAPER Mattings and rugs it will pay you to examine our line beIfore you buy Dont forget we are price makers rnrI = Crab Orchard Kentucky il E Em of Ifyou have JinI Take it to Nunnellcys New Stock Yards Ho buys and every day the year except Sunday Bring on your stock Best market in tho State with plenty of ced and water best Covered pens ouUido of Louisville or Lexington STANFORD KY We also do a general hitch and feed business 4 I RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Moke your hpme as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get tho latest market quotations at any time This can be alcttomp means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for n sum that is small compared with the benefits received Cull or nddrcds our nearest office or write direct to hendqunrwrl Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special ICIar more Line rate If you are uotnt present enjoying telcphouo service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover tho States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois iIINIORPOIIATUI Auctioneer I loITer my services to the Lin eountvasanauctioneer Hatisfa tint MoWHOKTKIlBR idsnceTurn rsvIlie s w STOCK sells in t NOTICE IrtThose Imvlng claims aRalnkt the Mtntn of- MrBelledllcedeceased will present Chem roperlyproven to me at onoe ow Ing the Immediately lAdlntnlstrator