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NO. 0 FIVE MILLION POUND TOBACCO WAREHOUSE While superintending tho erection of n building to be used as nn utitnmobilo BEGINS HIS FOURTH LINCOLN'S LEGISLATORS garagu ut Lexington, Dr. Valentine II. BACK FROM FRANKFORT BOY'S LEG WITH BULLET TERM AS POSTMASTER Ilobsnn fell from the second lloor and received injuria which caused his death n Splendid Record Made By Uncle Many Bills Passed at Session Bui "Buckskin Bill" Dalton Shot To Be Huilt Here Tills Year. ii short tltno later Ho wai n dentist of Ilichrnond und n broVeto Ax Will Fall Ofte- nSamls Official Rcprescnta- Three Times in Limb By UnWill Make Stanford Center of ther of Judge J. P. Ilobsnn, of tho Those Approved live at Stanford Region South of River. known Railroader. Court of Appeals. Senator "Took" Hubble nnd RepreWilliam Dalton, n As a result of negotiations still pendboy, High Tribute Whitewashing sentative W. II. Shanks got home familiarly known as "Buckskin Bill," ing, but practically completed, StanWednesday night from Frankfort, Tno had his right leg broken, just abovo ford Is to tocuro this seuson a largo Legislature adjourned Tuesday night, tobacco prizing warehouse, with a ca- Will be Result of Ballintfer Probe, Paid to Memory of George Barnes the ankle, by a shot fired at him from no and so far the governor has given n revolver in tho hands of nn unknown pacity of G.000,000 pounds of the wood, Sauflcy By State Press. Thinks Harvey Helm. signs of an extra session though he brakeman on an L. & N. freight train This nnnouncoment wai mado nuthori-tatiTcl- y i threatened to call one, if the members which passed through here going Souths today by V. 1. Klncaid, the The press of Kentucky, in mentioning Congressman Harvey Helm returned failed to pass tho bond Issue bill. Wednesday afternoon. The boy tobacco buyer, who Is mak his untimely taking off here last week, late Ills duties at Washington curly in the Mr, Shanks snys tho governor has ing this city his headquarters. The only to quali- was endeavoring to jump on tho train cleared already fetated that ho will veto tho pays high tribute to the brilliant to get a short ride, it is said, when tho thing that prevent full detail of the week, having seen the track Eighth the bill providing pensions for thu old Con- ties of mind and heart of 'George B. brakeman turned loose his weapon upplans of this btg institution being madu for his renominitlon inlhl, Saufley. A few expressions from the Ho has no fear of opposition federate soldiers in Kentucky, tho bill on him. Besides the shot which broke public now is that the situ for the mam-- 1 district from the republicans. 1 appropriating $20,000 for each of the press on the death of the young man, his limb, he also caught a bullet high moth warehouse has not yet been deSchool.), and the bill arc as follows: Helm is of tho opinion tint the Mr. two State Normal up In the right hip nnd another near cided upon. This will soon bo deter-- 1 (ACTION Of GARRARD DAR.) Congressional committee which ts inproviding for State bank examiners. the ankle. mined, however, nnd active steps tnk- RobinAfter motion hour Mr. J. E con vestigating the Ilalllnger-PinchHo is expected to use his ax on n largo Tho shooting took place about 100 en toward rocuring tho erection of tho' son moved the court that a committee of nat troversy over tho conservation number of other appropriation bill". immenie structure na soon as be appointed to draft suitable resolu- yards Norln of the depot at Rowland, urai resorees, win iiuia During tho session Senator Hubble Dalton makes his home with his tions with reference to tho death of where inn tltllln. tm nM ,1... ..m, mnlnflfui secured the passage of three bills which parents. Tho freight train was in Stanford ha rapidly forged to tho C Florence has bear his name, and Mr. Shanks one. Hon. Georgo B. Saufley, and thereupon peoplo aeem to think it was in Poatmaiter James of tho charge of Conductor Will Smith, it was front during tho past two years as tho no. no saui mm no just received formal notification from As ho looked after and introduced all of Win, Herndon, W. I. Williams and J. afterward ascertained. The u train was center of ona of tho richest tobacco tended irfsiiouiii .fmilfl I... aiti.nvfai.jt it nllin Inmm Washington of his appomtmnt for tho Hubble's bills in the House, the credit E. Robinson were selected and report- moving swiftly down the track at tho regions in tho State. Mr. Kinculd, who y ed the following, which were tho fourth consecutive term as postmaster is equally lib. These bills were: one of the minority members of time of the affair, and it was impossihas been buying tobacco for over a t I.adop)ed: urougni in i minority re- ut Stanford. The new term takes efS. H 123 Hubble bill appropriating scoro of years, says that he never saw committee, Geo. B. Saufley, a Bon of Judge M. C. ble for any one to ascertain tho .identiport, if this was done, but still such fect as of March 7th, and the reap $20,000 for tho Kentucky School for the n finer grade of tobacco In his life than Saufley, of the 13th Judicial Circuit, a ty of the brakeman. nfllcial comes Deaf. no no real goon. pointment of the popular The local officers were q6ickly notifiproduced right hero In Lincoln last sea- action would morn her of the Lincoln county bar and ns quite a compliment to him Hubble bill, authorizS. 11. 281 ed of the affair, however, and Deputy son. unuH Few Presidential postmasters in Ken- ing transportation companies to sell at of this bar, was a young man of W. S. Embry wired ahead to "And Lincoln county's tobacco crop Bold, Bad. Man sual ability and attainments; a forceful Sheriff tucky are serving their fourth terms, public auction unclaimed articles. London and Corbin to have the brake-ma- n bo probably double this year Is going to and eloquent speaker; diligent in busi nnd the record that Mr. Florence ha Hubblo bill, making it S. B. 00-caught and sent back here under that of last seanon," ho said "It was during his past twelve years of optional with men over CO years of ago ness; thoroughly devoted to tho Inter- arrest, to answer tho charge which Lincoln produced 4,000,-00- 0 Picks Three Plumpest Pullets Off made estimated that ests of his clients; conducting and winono of his service is said to hive been as to whether they will serve on juries. ning will be lodged against him. Rev. Walker's Hen Roost. pounds last season, so to double cases of magnitude at an age in strongest recommendations for another II. B. 151 -- Tho Shanks bill, author- life nnd practice at which the vast ma-It has been only a few weeks since that would mean 8,000,000. Why. when Few postmasters havo served izing railroads to carry on a ferry busRev. and Mrs. D. M. Walker are be- term. , I first came hero to buy tobacco, Mr. jority of young attorneys are strug- over in Pulaski county, ndjoining this, well nnd of Unele Sam hh that a brakeman on the Q. & C. railiness. Harnhard, of the taulsville Tobacco moaning the loss of three very fine the patrons gling for position at the bar. faithfully as he has, and there is probaroad shot at a boy to scare him off the The General Assemhly passed a total Warehouse Co , told me If I secured Rhode Island Ked hens, as the result of His legal attainments, and his ready in I a visit to their hennery ut their home bly no more popultr public official of 15." measures out of a total of almost WO.OOQ pounds ho would bo pleased. grasp and quick understanding' of the train, and instantly killed him. The tho Stnto today than this genial gentle- l.uOO introduced. Of this number 17 250,- -, on I.ogan avenue, brakeman got away, but at tho end of of nil unprincipled got over 1,500.000 and will have conduet of olllco has always havo become laws, either by receiving intricate questions of jurisprudence, in his trip came back, surrendered himroost robber, Tuesday night. Througli man His 000 more before It Is all gone " and while he has con- - the signature of tho governor, automat- all its branches; his clear reasoning and self for trial, and will soon know his Practically all of the tobacco raised an oversight, the populnr minister had been exemplary, from established logical deductions dueled affairs In the most systematic ically, or being passed over his veto. puni3hment. in Lincoln and the surrounding counties left tho door to his chicken house unpremises, gained for him a prestige way possible, he has nnd business-lik- e Only two measures were passed over is sold to independent buyers like Mr. locked, and when morning came, he doing so made warm friends of all tho governor's veto, however. One of rarely attained by ono so young in years The Equity movement has found that three of tho plumpest pul- in Kincaid. and practice, marked him as an attorDiadem Lodge, K. of P. who have come in contact with him. these was the bill introduced by John ney of unusual promise and an orna never taken hold with much success lets were gone. His (lock of the feathW. Holland, of Shelbv county, and aim- ment to the profession of the State. south of the Kentucky river, though it ered family was a largo one, but only ed at the location of the proposed Linis understood that a vigorous effort theso three were taken, due, he thinks, Another Runaway To his father, family and all those Will Make Many Improvements-N- ew coln Institute in Shelbyville. The oth- who are aggrieved, our hearts go out will be made this season to induce many to the fact that they had the misforMembersIComing In er was the bill introduced by W. F. in sympathy and ask for them that con tune to select a roost low down in the growers In this section to pool. house, for their nightly resting place, Three Boys Narrowly Escape In Klair, of Lexington, providing for the solation which comes only from on high. Diadem Lodge No. 81 is preparing to recording of names of persons pooling jury When Thrown Out. while their mates nestled among the Be it resolved that theso resolutions greatly improve the appearance of its AN0THERB1G BARN tobacco or other farm products. eaves, hidden from danger. be spread at large on the record books lodge room here, as well as make it Two bills have become Jaws automat- of this court and that the court now ad- more comfortable and Clay. Lynn and Leon Davis, three convenient for GOES UP IN FLAMES sons of H. B. Davis, who lives near ically, they having remained in the journ until next Thursday in honor of the members. About $150 will be spent To Celebrate Arbor Day. hands of tho governor 10 days without George B. Saufley's memory, Lancas- this Spring in repapering and painting McCormack'8 church, had a narrow from death when the horse they his signatun;Hiaving been attached. ter Record. V. Moser Sustains Heavy Loss will be a general observance the lodge hall, besides adding various There J. introduced by other conveniences. Diadem Lodge K. of Arbor and Bird Day In tho public were driving to a buggy run away with Both these bills were county. One No Insurance Carried on DeCalloway Mr. George B. Saufley, one of the of P. is one of the most prosperous of schools of Kentucky on April 12, and them as thby came out of the graded Conn Linn, of stroyed Property. Wednesday increases the salaries of circuit judges brightest young attorneys in tho State, Superintendent J. G. Crabbe, of Frank- school yard to drive home the fraternal orders of Stanford, and is afternoon. The buircv turned over $1,200 a year, nnd the other appropri died at the home of his parents. Judge constantly adding to its membership. destroyed tho fort, is making extensive preparations Fire of unknown origin Saufley, at Stanford, About 20 applications To this end ho has just near the hemp warehouse, throwing the ates $30,000 annually for uso by tho and Mrs. M. C. for membership large barn of J. F. Moser, a well known for the cxent. Monday morning. He had been ill with are pending before given an order for 11,000 of tho hand- threo boys out. Leon had his head cut State Board of Health. the lodge, and at living on DIx river In the Gilfarmer Among tho acts which received the typhoid fever for more than a month the regular meeting of the lodge on booklets contain a trifle, but beyond a severe shaking some, bert Creek section of this county, Monweek was thought to be im Thursday night a number of new ing the program lor the day, such us up, the lads suffered no bad results executive approval are Claudo M. and last day night and caused damage of about Friday, Knights wero taken into by the Department last from the accident. Just as tho boys Thomas' bill providing for what is proving, but suffered a relapse the ranks. largo atructuro und Its wero Issued $2,000. Tho year. aupt. drauuo will urge every turned out of tho school grounds, the known as the intermediate sentence for which, in his weakened condition he contents were completely destroyed, sercounty and city superintendent to co shaft to the buggy broke, und the horse convicted persons; Lillard Carter's bill could not overcome. The funeral nnd were unprotected bv insurance. Mother in Israel Islno More. became frightened and began to run. providing for the printing of all court of vices were held Tuesday afternoon in opcrato this year, nnd hopes for the Three milk cows and four brood mares going sama hearty responso made with the After spilling tho threo occupants of appeals decisions; Claude M. Thomas' Stanford, a number of friends wcro destroyed, together with 200 barthe buggy out at the warehouse, ho bill providing for tho conversion of the from this place to attend it Mr Saufday last year. Mrs. William North, Sr., died at the rets o.f corn, a lot of hay and farming celebration the same continued on the dead run down the Frankfort penitentiary Into a reform- ley was tho third son of Judge Saufley, home of her son. Grant North, threo Implements. Danvillo pike, but at the railroad fell, atory; Harry Schoberth's bill appropri- was 28 years of ago and unmarried and miles south of Hustonville, on the To Build up Sunday School. People living in that section arc of and before he could get up and away, ating $10,000 to tho Home for Incura- was a very gifted and popular gentlepike, last week, aged 79 years. tho opinion that the blaie was of in was caught. The buggy was smashed bles at Louisville; J. S. Steer's bill, man. The hearts of the many friends She was a faithful member of the BapA scoro of tho teachers and assistants Negroes aro cendiary origin. Soveral almost to splinters, but the horse seem making warehouso receipts negotiable hero of Judge and Mrs. Saufley go out tist church the greater pirt of her long said to have been loafing In the neigh- in the Sunday school of tho Christian ed uninjured. and transferable; L. W. Arnett's bill, in sympathy to them in their great sor- and useful life, and will be greatly borhood, acting rather suspiciously, and church met at tho residence of Clarence making October 12, Columbus day, a row. Harrodsburg Herald missed. She is survived by her husband proceeding upon this thoory, Will Lair's E Tate Tuesday night and discussed legal holiday. Tho bill repealing tho Will Speak at Banquet. family of children, grandbloodhounds were brought down from ways and means for building up the That brilliant young lawyer, George and a large barbers' Inspection law. Act changing B. Saullev. of Stanford, who was ad children and several and an effort made to find school this year. The average attendHustonville Rev. D. M. Walker, of tho Stanford the timo of holding court in the 33rd mitted to the bar in Mt. Vernon after a u trail from the sccno of the conflagra- ance at this school last year has been Christian church, will bo ono of tha Judicial district. Ait amending the most creditable examination of him by tion. It proved unsuccessful, however. about 150 children. The workers hope law. Act creating a principal speakers at tho banquet which present parole This is the third auspicious flro in thl to bring this uverage up to 200 a Sunnew judicial district in Whitley and ad- Attorneys C. C. and R. G. Williams, Popular Couple'WcdJIn East End. Trib-bl- e day, and if enthusiasm and willingness Rev W. S. Willis, pastor of tho Chris- joining counties. who had been oppointed by JndgeT. Z section within tho post week, tho will givo church at Hustonville, House at Junction City, and the to work counts for anything, they will tian Embry, of the Morrow, then on the bench, to examino Doorkeeper Joo T. A. Tapp, a prominent farmer of tho to the male members of his House, will return home at once, but tho applicant touching his qualificalarge Baughman warehouse in this city succeed. Mr. Tate served Ice creum congregation there. Dr. Walker's sub- Assistant Clerk J. M. Alverson, of the tions, died at the home of his father, Taylorsville, III., vicinity, and Miss - and cako to his guests, und the evening having both caught from unknown causject will be "Man's Place in the King- Senate, will not complete his work and Circuit Judge M. C. Saufley, last Mon- Minnie Anderson, the attractive daughwas a happy ono for all. ter of Mr. John Anderson, of the Est dom of God." Quite un interesting return home until about April 1st. day. Possessed of an unusually bright End. wcro married Wednesday at the program has been prepared for tho mind and being naturally adapted to Catnnitz to Receive Big Salary'- KKEf your property protected by InV Lid Buriedllere. home of the bride by Elder J. G. Livevening and a delightful timo is anti:i-pale- d his chosen profession, he gavo great The report that tiowurd Camnitz, of with Fish & Pennington, Stan-- F to during ingston. They left that evening for a by all who will attend. Alfred EJcar Haley, tho 12 year-olpromise of soon becoming one of tho Hustonville, hud signed wltn Pittsburg ford. son of Mrs. Kittie Haley, died nt their leading legal luminaries of this Stato bridal trip, after which they will go to He last week proved to bo erroneous. home in Lebanon Junction, and tho re- Our heart goes out in tenderest sympa- his home, which ho has already had fitW. M. Bcckner Dies at Winchester did not attach his signature to twirl for Baptist Sunday School Busy. parents, relatives ted up for his bride, Mr. Tapp used to mains of the lad wero brought hero for thy to his devoted deep tho Pirates this season until he had had sorrow over and friends in their burial In Buffalo Cemetery Wednesday. his untimely taking off. Mt. Vernon Iivo in this county and is a good man. . William Mooro Heckner died Tuesday a conference with Manager Clark in The children of the Baptist Sunday Ho hud been ill of peritonitis, for somo He was accompanied by his brother, at his homo In Winchester of a compli- Cincinnati Tuesday. It id said that ho School have been divided into Blue and timo. The lad was a member of the Signal. Mr. F. B. Tapp, of Bedford, Ind. cation of diseases, aged C9. Ho was a will receive $4,200 for hla year's work White Clubs nnd each club Is working Mothodlst church. His father, the late Georce B. Saufiev. a prominent and native of Woodford county, but went with the world s champions. to see which can secure tho largest A. Frye Haley, and family, formerly gifted young attorney of Stanford, and Taylor FoundWot'Guilty. to Winchester when a young man and number of scholars. Thu captains of lived hero and havo many relatives in a Bon of JuJtre M. C. Saufley. died in The Lash of A Fiend. engaged In tho practice of law. He entho Blues are Virginia Mahony and county. that city Monday after a lingering ill tered politics and was soon a loader in would have been about as welcome to Sallio Burdett, and of the Reds, Wal-lac- e this Tho charge against George Taylor, ness of typhoid fever. He was 2a years succestho democratic party. He was A. Cooper, of Oswego, N. V., as a mer Singleton and Russell Brown. Tho of age, a great favorite and his death colored, who was arrested by Deputy Hampton-Broughtojudgo, county judge, mem- ciless sively police cough that defied is a distinct loss to tho legal profession Sheriff W. S. Embry last Saturday ber of the Legislature, momb er of the all remedies for yeurs. "It was most side that wins will recelvo a handsome Harvey Broughton, a son of Daniel convention, railroad com night as he got off an L. & N. train, prize. Constitutional n.Msirrtstnn ti wpll.knnwn fflrmtr livincr of Kentucky. Somerset Journal. and troublesome, ui night," ho writes, roissloner. prison commissioner was dismissed by County Judge Bailey, near Crab Orchard, and Miss Nora "nothing helped uie till I used Dr. member of Congress. Hampton, aaugnier oi iko iiumpiuu, Don't Break Down. Saufley, eon of when tho trial cam up the first of the Hon. George Barnes In 1693 ho bolted the democratic par- King's New Discovery whlck cured mo to B East End, George D. Florence 8oero strains on the vital organs, also of theIVnrtnmntnV Becured licenso ty and a few years later was a candi completely I never cough at ulgbt nnit WfrA mflllu Judge Mike Saufley, and one of the week. Attorney UaA machinery, cause break Ilk strain on date for Attorney General on tho reI). Noaks, at the most promising young attorneys In the appeared in defense of Taylor and conK ono by Squire now " Millions koow Its matchless downs. You can't over-tu-x publican ticket. stomach, homo OI Uie urmu iiiuiouay uvciuiiii. State, died ut thu home ofa his parents vinced the court that he should be rein Stanford Monday after long Illness He leaves four sons Lucien and Tal- merit for stubborn colds, obstinate bowels or nerves with- E, D. Irvine accompanied the prospecof typhoid fever. Deceased was mas- leased. iaferro, of Winchester, b'eth, of tho coughs, sore lungs, la grippe, usthtna, liver, kidneys, tive groom here when he got his li ter commissioner of the Lincoln circuit State of Washington, and Hickman, of hemorrhage, croup, whooping cough, out serious danger to yourself. It cense. court at the time or his deatn anustoou or under Clalrfield, Tcnn , and two daughters, you ute weuk or Crushed and broken, his body almost high as a practitioner. Ue was a cousMrs. John O. Worth, of Reno. Nev., orhayfovor. It relieves quickly and strata of any kind, tuko Electric HitHis Log. in nf Itnhert Saullev. formerly of this rolled out flat, Howard Bowman, a toIt Saved nover falls to satisfy, A trial con- ters tho matchless tonic modlclno. and Mrs. Ed Clark, of Loxington. bacco handler, lies at the point of death "All thought I'd lose my leg," city. Somtrget Times. vinces. 60o. 81. Trial bottle frco, Mrs. J. K. Vun do Saudo.of Klrkland, wai unwrites J. A. Kwonson, of Watortown A Man of Iron Nerve. It's positively guaranteed by Penny's 111., writes: "That I did not bruuk Wis. "Ten years ofXjczemu, that 15 Attorney George E. Stone, who Is in a hospital In Louisville. He in front attending court here, and Judge J. loading tobacco from a wagon Indomitable will and tremendousener-g- y Drug Store. down, while enduring a most severe doctors could not cure, nuu at msi Boyle Stone were called to Stanford of tho State Tobacco warehouse, where aro never foun 1 where Stomach. montLS, Is duewholly laid mo up Thou Hucklen'a Arnica t.,.J.ii tn td fiinnral nf their roiuln. he is employed, when one of tho hogsInLiver, Kidneys and Dowels are out of It, Bound and well." United States Senator John W. Dan stralu, for three lianraa It Knnflpv. ft hrllllant heads slipped and rollel off the wagon. qualities and 'iirder If you w.nt theso to Electric Bitter."' Uso them and Salve cured Skin Eruptions, Eczema, Il fallible for bring, use Dr. King's iel, of Virginia, Is sinking rapidly and a hi! otMntilh Rnflafnr. Salt Ubeum, Bolls, Fever Sores, voun'e lawyer of that city, who died n.. t.nnl.l success they the .. 1.T It rolled over Bowman and ho caaaot t if Yllla ilSn tTmtahlnafl fAfyiila. the end Is expected at any moment. positively guaranteed, 50 o at Burns, Scalds, Cuts and Piles, 2Jo at Monday of typhoid fever, Liberty survive. Senator News. tors, for keen brain and strong body, The two days.has been in astateof coma tton Penny's Drug Store. Penny's Drug; Store. for a6o nt Penny's Drug Store. well-knowwell-knowpos-aibl- Kanaim Roohhb, an old Lincoln county boy, who has spent tho past sevcrnl years in Illinois, has returned homo nnd is living on n farm on tho Crab Orchard pike. He has brought his family with him nnd they will make their home here in tho future. Ho says thnt old Lincoln is good enough for him. BRAKEMAN BREAKS I ... unani-monsl- , - i Tho 1 highly-colore- ry d n. lung-rucki- ng I ..! 111 run-dow- .3 A ,JL- - JL """WMT ' Wp ' TT" 'intA MARCH I PAGE TWO THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. 18th, into The Intkkior Established Journal. 1872. Wants "V's" Off Court-hous- e. Grand Master i EVBtlY TUESDAY 1 At AND FRIDAY Per Year In Advance. SAUFLEY Preaciiersville Reporter Says They Of Odd Fellows To Visit News. Here Tuesday Nltfltt. Arc Out of Date-Li- ve Preaciiersville, Wo aro ono Republican politics In tho 11th ills. trlct has taken a more Interesting turn with the Inauguration of Caleb Powers' Lodtfc active campaign for tho Congressional nomination. Powers is now making n" Ky. SHELTON Publlihep Stnn- - Entered nt tho Post Ofllco nt font, Ky., as Second Class mall. i . cratH'pB" HON. HARVEY HELM of Lincoln comity, li n cnmllilnto for tt. n iminnlttin fori'ongrrM from tlm hlRlitli i.tnet,Mil)wt tollienctloii ot lh ilemo The iNTBition Journal goes to its rei lcrs this issue slightly filtered In Its general appearance. We hope that its patrons will npprovo the changes in and tho effort that is form of make-unwdo to mako it more metropolitan in appearance, and more complete with liye local news. The people of Stanford and iho surrounding country aro tho best on earth, and there is no reason why they should not have the very best paper that can be 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 b committee, of one to tell tho editor all tho news he or sho knows. Anything from a dog fight to tho wedding of Sister Ann or he sale of the pet calf can be woven Into a good news item, and wo want you to tell us of tho occurrences of tho day thatcome within your knowledge. Wo 'deeply appreciate the warmwelcome which hearted, tho good people of Stanford and community have given us and ours, and hope to mako the Interior Journal such a good newspaper that it will continue to be n welcome visitor to every p whole-souled of Lincoln county's most humble citizens, yet we cannot refrain from making one suggestion -- that those cranky Colonial stylo of letter "V's" on bo tho front of of our new court-houschanged so as to look as modern as the rest of this magnificent structure. Do we have, n second? Every true citizen cannot look at the new court-housnow so near completion, but with n feeling of admiration. From log cabin to plendid mansion tnero Is none but who should feel an interest, n part ownership, as it were, in this terrple whero sits the blind Goddess of Justice. A young gent from Crab Orchard will Boon claim one of our prettiest girls. Wo have very straight informae Grand Master I. N. Williams, of tho Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows of Kentucky will visit Stanford Lodge No. 1GG next Tuesday night in his official capacity. Ho will bo given a cordial greeting by the many Odd Fellows in this section. Ho comes to inspect tho lodgo in his official duty, and besides meet- tntr llirt momlinM nf llin Qtnnfnrif lnrtim here, will nhn meet delegations from tho Crab Orchard and Lnncnster lodges which nro expected to bo present. Stanford lodge and tho two sister lodges mentioned will have splendid reports to mako to tho Grand Master, for the past year has been ono of the most successful in tho history of this popular order in this part of the State. 50c. speaking tour of tho counties of Clny, Perry and Jackson. D. C. Edwards, who has not yet declared his candidacy, Is playing a waiting game, apparently. Tho executive committeo of tho missions of tho Synod of Kentucky, in conference with a committeo in tliu New York Board of tIIomu Missions, elected Rev. F. J. Cheek, of Synodical Superintendent for the Statu of Kentucky. Tho Pulaski grand jury has adjourned after returning 173 fndictumnts Tho indictments vary ml the way from breach of tho pence to wilful murder. A largo number are against tho selling of cigarette papers. Stomach distress goes in five minby U. utes on guarantee on L. Penny and to cure indigestion or any other stomach trouble, or money back. I.ou-isvlll- e, Mi-o-- t ,1 i XTRAGOOJJ L t tion. Farmers ore well along with their More tobacco this year than last. Almost cveryono has sown plant beds. Anderson & Rigney sold o jack to Jesse Cook & Co. for $350. Mrs. John B. Anderson has been very sick. Mrs. Bettie Cummins is about well. Mrs. J. H. Rlgsby, who has been All the peoso very ill, is improving. ple 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 bo missed very greatly work. :IiOW T0 YTRAGOOp I Collect Tour Notes and Accounts. 4Iov can I collect what is owing me? This is the nil important question with every merchant, wholesale linn, Imsitietd anil rofcsional men, farmers ami, in fact, every one Never has the question been to prominent in the bus! lie? world ns it is today. The lot's of a few accounts may eat up your profit iu business: the lniluro to eollect u note make you that much poorer; not licing able, or in a position, to give tho proper attention, knowledge or experience to the adjustment or examination intoeomo claim in which you have an interest may cauo you tho loss of many !ollnri. Our province nnd our busiucfs is to help you in these mutters. Whether it is a NOTE or ACCOUNT you arc not able to collect; or whether it is smmo claim in which you have an interest which need looking into carefully, we are prepared to do it, and do if promptly. This is our business wo tiKiko it a utmly: We hove the facilities nnd wo have the experience, and the (net that we have collected many dollars which were given ti ji n lost, is one of our best arguments m favor of what wc can do. Our terms nro reasonable, nnd wo make no charges unless we collect: We make collections anywhere in the United States. We recently collected nn account for u firm iu the adjoining county ngainstn man iu California. If you have a claim which need looking after, or a note or account which you want collected, no matter how largo or how small, or where the parties live, send it to us. We solicit your business. Hank references. home. Almost 100 new names l)ave been added to the paper's mailing list already this week. No paper in this part of the State, outside of Lexington, compares in circulation with the Interior Journal. Neither of the two dailies at Frankfort has as many bona tide subscribers. New subscribers are new life blood to a newspaper and the I. J. feels greatly blessed with this happy augury for its future. d Governor Willson vetoed the Louisville Ripper bill, designed ta take the office of citty attorney from the 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 ono of the first things tho republics n State administration did when it carr.e into power was to try to oust J. W. Hedden, the democratic State Superintendent of Printing. It makes a b'g difference whose ox is being gored. Tho Ripper bill passed over the Governor's veto in the'IIouses. but enough demo-- c 'ats voted with the republicans in the Senate to kill it. The republicans ate thus robbed of much campaign thunder. cele-brare- i i Of 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, The establishment of a tobacco prizing warehouse here, which is now said to be assured, will make Stanford rightfully the center of the tobacco growing interests south of the Kentucky river. Patience, and shuffle the cards; the old town's Col. Roosevelt has arrived in Khartoum, in southern Egypt, and already the faithful who have not permitted themselves to bo led after the strange gods which Taft, Ballinger& Co., have aet up, are beginning to get ready to hail the great deliverer. t vine. Mrs. Mary Mussen, CI years of ago, died at her home in Perryville, after a brief illness of. pneumonia. She Is by her husband, Capt. W. L. Mussen. Judge Watts Parker, in an opinjon delivered In the" Fayetto circuit court, held that the purchasing Of a registration certificate is neither a felony nor an olfense against the statutes of Ken sur-viv- Both Houses of the General Assembly passed over the Executive veto tho Holland bill, which was drawn to pre. vent the establishment of a large col Looks recovering from an accidental gun-shored school near Shelbyville. from hero like the good county of Shel wound, which camo very near termina. ting fatally. Joe, another son, is a by is becoming very exclusive. fine amateur comic singer and will some day mako his mark. A more studious NEWS NOTES. youth we have novcr known. Tbe baby The legislative, executive and judicial girl, littlo Jeanette, and the eldest son, bill, appropriating nearly $34,000,000 McClure Napier, in business at Clea ton, Ky., complete the family. was passed by the House. The House Committeo on Naval Affairs favorably reported a bill appro Do farmers cat the proper prlating 500,000 to raise the wreck of sort of food? tho battleship'Maine in Havana harbor. The fanner of today buys a much Harry Kendall Thaw was cited to aplarger proportion that pear before the United States Circuit on the table than of the foodyears goes he did ten ago. Court of Appeals in Philadelphia April It s a good thing that this is so because lie his a great variety to select from. 18 by Judgo Charles P. Orr. He should, however, use great care Rev, Alexander Franklin Baker, D. in selecting for the best results in D., died of paralysis, aftor a short Illhealth ami strength. ness, He was atpromincnt Baptist di The widespread tendency in the city to Increase the amount of Quaker Oats e.uen is due very Urgelv to the recent U.inmMr.itlms by ncicntific men that the 'jiuker Oats led man is the man with hysical endurance and t nattst mental vigor. Fanners should niie this subject car. ful thought and should Increase ilic (juduiity of Quaker Oats eaten by themselves, their children and the f ir n liaiulfc. by Miss Lucy. Rev. Pierce Bryant, pastor of the Baptist church, preached Saturday and Sunday. A. L. Napier, who recently moved to this community from Highland, while returning from court camo near getting killed. His horse ran away, deand threw molishing the 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. G rover Gastineau, of Garrard, were visiting her father, John Naylor. Mrs. J. M. Lunsford, of Boyle, visited the famWOODSON MAY, Mgr.. ily of Ben T. Lunsford. Wm. Naylor and wife have been with the home-folkMr. J. W. Blankenship, of visited his father, Henry Blankenship. Your correspondent visited J. S. Turpin at Stanford. Mr. Levi Anderson, who lives in the Canaan neighborhood, has a flint-locriflo used by his father, Wm. Anderson, in the first quarter of tho last century. It is in a good state of preservation and is of fine workmanship. It bears e the date of 1777 end no doubt paw ogainst England. His father killed 18 deer and many wild turkeys in the knobs a few miles south of Crab Orchard. A bent hickory cane has tl W.IM. BRIGHT, CASHIER, date of 1855 and is a nice piece of carv- S: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT-- ' J- - W.J ROCHESTER. A3ST. CASH ing and never painted or varnished, J. B. PAXTON, H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER shows a wonderful polish. The crook HVYS'FOSTfcR, CLERK. . was handy to a man on horseback to rescue his hat or to catch a runaway OIREOTORSl horse. Your correspondent, with Mr. Arthur W. O. Walker, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter.Stanford Sharp, spent a portion of last week John B. Foster, Stauford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Ran- with Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Napier, at kin, Lancaster; J. H. Paxtou, Stanford; W. II. Traylor, Crab Orchard, and were most hospitaGilberts Creek; It. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. bly entertained while there. Mr. N. is II. Ciiuimins, Preaciiersville; Lilburn an affable gentleman and his wifo a Goocli, GilberU Creek. very pleasant lady. They have an in teresting family. Wilson, their son, is in the Crab Orchard Miss Lena, their daughter, is an accomplished young lady and a fine organist, while their twin daughters are so much alike it keeps ono guessing whether it is Miss Kate or Miss Nan to whom he is STANFORD, KENTUCKY talking, and whenboth aro dressed alike, it is only making matters worse; ORGANIZED IN J 882. then you havo to guess again. Even CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. their teachers and closest friends are SURPLUS EARNED $20,000. completely puzzled. This no doubt af fords these demure young ladies lots of HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 fun. Then, the twin sons are as much alike each other in feature, disposition Combinesi'Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. .Modern Safety and taste as the girls. Their names Dfposit Boxesjfor Use of ourjCustomen. Wc Solicit Your Account. are Henry and Henley, the latter now buck-boar- 'Extra Good" is not too good for our boys. In the first place boys deserve the best that's 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 trousers and the range of prices run from $3.50 to $10 and as pretty patterns and tailoring as a mortal ever saw. i may's COLLECTION agency. " s. Somerset, - - - Kentucky. Che Lincoln gounty national Banft Of Stanford, Kentucky. k H. J. McKOBBRTS, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 333SQSS333BS333330 G. L. Penny IS. II. Colley E. U. Colcmau ser-Tic- Capital, $50,000.00 Surplus, Resources, 43,000.00 340,000.00 Dr. Hess' Poultry Fanacsa Hi Will make hen lay, cure them ) and keep them in ),'oo.l thrifty condition. The incrcai-- in the number of egg laid, will more than nay for the small exjieiiro oi feeding. It is wild nt Penny's Drug Store. ol IS post-offic- e; FIRST NATIONAL BANK, PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. rtx BHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBEW T3 a fly. .mi Mi iJli1'1" tf H tijvTt Oj 2 m m ifSfioSffi Iftrrirri .viiiuiiMiowm lull. V 111 ICm. rl 2 tJ sr OFFICERS. J. S. Hocker, President:, S. x F. Held. M. DIRECTORS. . J. II. Baughman. r ? T. Harris, t; J. M Fettu. II. C. Baughman, . F. Cummins, John J. McRoberts, Cashier; S. T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, II. C. Baughman, Asst. Cash'r E. C. Walton, J. S. Hocker, W. H. Murphy. W.W.Saunders, Bookkeeper. J KjfciiZ.' ST 'iiin SI n.ii It li. MAFIONEY, Pres. J. T. WHITE, Sec'y. W. S. KI8II, Treae. ESEzl a p r -- 3 t O i, The Citizens Realty and Title Co Furm, homes and Pcreong doniring ijuiok lotu for rent, galo'oroxchuiige, bales or mirchusM in realty of all kind. Cull uu or ' writo at STANFORD, KY. When You Have- - To Foil Call H. B. Northcott, Stanford, Ky. 'Phono 10!J. THUHMAN K. TUDOR, Manager, tucky. P ictcd in regular she 10c packages, a K in hermetically sealed tin fur hot Ci.ilUU'I. 57 Promptness and Reasonable Commissions Our Specialty. Thone 200 -- -. M.,.J.fatflrtaA. .. i MARCH 18th 1910 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. TAOE TIIREE HMtlW irMTrrrrr UKUuuni. Wc have nbout 82-1- . FOR THE HOUSE BEAUTIFUL. Wo Imvc mndo more ex tensive prcpnmtion tlinn uu- nl in our house furni'liitg de Wc Imvo the I partment. llint will n.nko your homo liright fcnodi nttmetivo. Don't buy until you fee our line, wc will interest ymi in our large variety nnd low price. Wc Miow n CARPETS, to tlio lwjt all wool 3 f 81 1.50 to pretty pattern in Topentry nnd Mngnetto drugget Sec our fpecinl urnmlws Oxl'2 rug nt 812.50. IB large line of good in the roll from n granite or nultana nt 26c at (15c nnd 75c. 5 S jL O Q LACE CURTAINS. V Imvn nlwinl doubled our Kliowiuir of window Mirlnins mill draperies. to 87.BO lace ciirtninn In Nottingham, Cobel, lu't nnd Mtaion Not nt nwta niul Mttiuon draperies nt 10c to zoo. MATTINGS. null As mattings crow in popularity we iiicrcaw our stock in quantity nnd icttvoniffi. Good china mattings lie to !15c Jap mattingf 18e to dflo nt- - 0 o oi 7c Shades. Wc onrry nil viltln nnd lenthi in Shade, plain mid duplox Sfio to 31. Wc also carry extra wide dindw in rdoek nt - t" 80o lei tlwn you imwlljr i- LINOLEUMS and OIL CLOTHS. Have you learned the value of a good linolcnm. It is by far the lxet for rooms, or kitchens. Pretty patterns nt 10c, 15c and 50c per yard. 0 O &&Q& O O O O O $$$&$$$$tiHgA& tf &$: VanDeveer. SEVERANCE STANFORD, & & SON, & hall, dining tt $$$ KENTUCKY. g $$$ rood second-hand $ $ $ $&$$$&$$$$ OO O &$$$ I I W. O. Martin i Mim Kit Huffman spent several NRRi)t.i'.s, Hnbbini nnd Sritittlcn for nil sewing machines ut fenny 'n UruR dtys this week with her sister, Mrs. Store Janilo Carpenter, nt Crab Orchard. MliS. E. I'. WoollH, Mrs. Buttle Bush and Mrs. Nannlo Woods Kitchen T. J. IIlLI., Jli., went to Frankfort are In Martinsville-- . Ind., for several Tuesday to seo tlio Legislature close. days Mn8. Susan Ykagsk hns returned Mna. HILL Spalmnci, of Louisville, from a several days' visit to Louis-vill- nnd Miss Ada Alcorn, of Huslonville, wero hero Thursday, the guest of Mrs. t Mns. It. II. Hatsos drove Mr. Bntson Bcttle McKinney. this far on a trip ho made to Huston, Mk. ani Mks. G. F. Gooch, of vlllo Tuesday nnd then returned by rail aro being congratulated upon to their homo in Lancaster. tho arrival of a fine son ot their home. W. V. Dickey, of Louisville, who has He has been nnmed Fred James, been tho guest of his brother, Hev. J. D. W. MahaN, the popular salesman grocery house, was call J. Dickey, here for tho past week, went of a to Carlisle early this week. ing on his customers hero this week. Mud. W. O. WALKT.lt went to Point Mns. K. S. I'owf.LL, Miss Jcsslo Leave I, Garrard county, enrly In tho Powell and Mrs. Emmctt McCurmack, week with her children to spend sever- who arc reported as having been on tho al days with Mr. Walker's relatives. sick list at Huslonville, aro much bet Mil. K. C. Walton left Tuesday for ter. a several weeks' trip in Florida and John Owki.ky It kid continues quite ill. His plrysicians have prutiounced other parts of the South. malady typhoid fever. Miss Peachie Miss V. I'KAiti. AiJmiDui: left yes. his been also ill with friend, Mrs. Baughman, who lias terday for a visit to her typhoid fever, is now able to sit up a Hays Green, ut Harbourville. little. Diu C. A. Cox, of JonesWo, Tenn , TllK Current Events Club was deStanford, was lightfully entertained Thursday afterwho formerly lived in noon by Mrs. W. M. Bright at her hero this week on one of his trips. will spend hom on Danville avenue. "The NeMR8. J. II. lUUMIUAN gro Question" was tho topic for disseveral days visiting at Martinsville, cussion and several interesting papers Haujshraan w at St. wero read. I ml., whilo Mr. Ixiuis on a hiisincss trip Mil. and Mns. Jkiiiiv Adams, of , Huslonville, aro guests of Mr. nnd Uev. ami Mns. John T. Hoskini-on East Muln have taken apartments at thoresideoce .Mrs. J. Heecher AdamsWarren left yesMrs William Keynolds on LumhsUt street of Mr. Cicero terday afternoon for Winchester to atstreet. tend the funMral of Judgu Beckner, Mrs. MAiun Ktnnv, of Lancaster, whoso doath occurred at his late home passed through here Tuesday en route in that city Monday afternoon. Danto Middlesboro, where she will visit rel- ville Advocate. "personals. Katie Caiitbii, n negro woman, was D. M. Feiiky's Gardsn Seeds at the severely cut In an affray by Sam Yan-ti- t. Country Store. also of color, last week. Both claim that they wero "scuflhng" and Kfsv. 1). M. Walker will preach at that no bird feelings woro involved. the Christian church Sunday morning Mll.LINEKY opening Saturday, the on the subject, "Power of Minister10th. Your patronage solicited. Misses ing." L. R. Hughes T. W. Humlilo ... Muslin Underwear Now, striking, Frcnchy undergarments, gowns made, of line cambric, several styles trimmed with lace nnd insertion or embroidery nnd beading, high or low neck with all styles, Hleevrc. petticoats of very fine cambric with deqi (louncc of beautiful face and insertion, very dainty in design, and extra well made. 'Another fctylo a bemitiful embroidery flounce. Corset rovcra made of very fine cambric and imiiiKKk, trimmed with linen lace others with embroidery yokes, several new styles. Pricx from 25c to 8150. Wo aro also showing a new lino of silk petticoats, made of very fino talictn silks, several different styles some with tho others with flounce or fino tucks nnd plaits to lo had in black and colors prices ranging from 83.98 to SO. Tho-- wc consider exceptionally good valiicn. c o. A e, one-hors- e Supe- Wantf.ii, to trade lumber for barn rior fertilizer corn planter for sale. W. patterns for corn and hay. C. J. Sip-pi- II. Higgins. London. MY Spring opening will be Saturday, to at- March 19. Will have many latest stylo nnd street hats. Am pretend my millinery opening Saturday, March 19th. Mrs. It. C. Thompson, pared to make any Bhapo hat desired. In connection with my millinery will Crab Orchard. 2t samples of ladies' Dress Making and sewing of all have many nice underwear, aprons, etc. ki ids done by Miss Mary Zeller, at J. Mrs. G. W Gentry, Stanford. K Cummins' residence. Satisfaction guaranteed. MIDDLEBURG. DlIHING his absence in the South, E. C. Walton has placed Rowan Saufley in Sevoral Liberty lads and lasses wero chaigc of the opera honse. Any ono hero Sunday, having a good timo and desiring to obtain the use of it ran do catching the measles. so by making arrangements with him. Our physicians report tho health of Millineuy Ofenino -- Pattern, Sui this community ns much improved withand Street hats aro now ready for in in tho last ten days. spection. It would nfford us muui Mr and Mrs. V. T. Wilson returned pleasure to have you call Saturday, from Somerset Friday, after an extended visit to relatives there. Mrs March 19th. Misses Straub. Laura Lee and daughter; Miss Bessie, At Baptist church Sunday, preaching Ernest and Preston Miller, Roy Mark and Irwin Wesley, ure a by tho pastor nt both services. Morning subject, "Rock of Ages." Even- few of the many that aro down with ing subject, "A Pathless Flight." The measles. Marion Black has been appointed a Sunday-9chois looking up. The La constable or this district. dies' Aid Society meets this week with Brad Sweet went to jail to pay a fine Mrs. Garland Singleton, Friday, at 2 imposed in the magistrate's court here, for failure to work on tho county o'clock. road?. is occupying Henry Francis was assessed $1G end Miss Nannie Adams department the of the chair in the primary the costs by Police Judgo Menefee, and graded school, while Miss Bessie Lee is K B. Green, f 10 and tho trimmings for worrying with the measles. Rev. J L. Adkins, of Burksville, having a little too much "on boaro" c mrt day. Both claimed to have tast who was called to tho pastorate of the Baptist church, had not accepted up to ed nothing stronger than Cream of this writing and the members will tako Hops, but the Court of Appeals I as steps at once to secure the services' of said that this beverage is not intoxi- another man. Farmers aro taking advnntage of the cating. late pretty spell of weather and are well farm work. Mr. J. W. Powell has an old order getting alongground with been broken has Considerable , Linzcy and n drawn by his bumper 90m and tobacco crop is Powell, on George Dryo for "2 cagB" anticipated. .' Tho arrival of a son in the home of of whisky, which is nn interesting old in latt document. It id dated December 21, Jason Lawhorn, mentioned occurred Fritwo day's Interior Journal, 1825, and was undoubtedly secured for a months ago. Indeed, Jason's boy is alChristmas present. Descendants of most largo enough to go to school It as reported by Henboth parties to tho paper aro still re- is not ry Thomas, of the Casey County News; siding in this county. besides he has all the appearance of a Insuhe With GMNEsl-Do- n't democrat. Don't delay! In caso of loss, you are paid tho same way. Writes MASONjS JV1EET. nothing but insurance; will go anywhere will rLlncoln IxxlxeNo. (W K.A A. M. II rut meet for business Fire, life, accident, cy- In tntit ami tlilnl Momlay nlKhtaiilencli month, ut 7::) clone, stock and automobile policies. o'ciii'K in meir imu on mniu irt't-vi-, mini-forKy. MeiiiU-raoCompanies old and tried; none better, lister loUcumire tinned to bo irexunt. T. V. few as good. Special inducements for Hoc, tho next GO days. Write Ed C. Gaines, The Insurance Man, Lancaster, Ky. IrV, ... The public is cordially invited t I hand-mad- e m lit i -wear "i HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. d, ol atives. was called to I)n. J. G. Crab Orchard Wednesday by the illness of his brother, Jno. Carpenter, at hw farm near that thriving littlo city. Maimmk Ituwon is whupenntf about that a prominent young attorney at tlio local bar is soon to claim a charming Southern belie for his own, the wedding to bn celebrated in tho early Spring. MI83K3 Janik ani Mattiu Walkbk. nieces of Mrs. J. C. Hays, passed thro' hero this morning en route to their home at Taint Lick from Louisville, whero.thcy had been at tho bed.idu of their father, E. II. Wiilker, who is ill In a hospital there. He i somewhat CAnr-KNTK-- LOCALS. Q.tL Aiti. day, 1'Jlh. ilUnlnv nf titlpril llHtS SatUT Misses VanDeveer. See the hi seed iwtatoea Country Store. at the I I MOTHERS! J ----- --- I C.mn hicrclo for sale: in first class shape. This otliee. PUKE bred White Plymouth 16 for $1. Mrs. eggs for sale Ueid, Stanford. Bock Hugh grand-father- MlLLlNEKV opening March 19th. Come Everybody Saunders. invited. Miss Ella May improved. THE Ladles' Aid Society of tho Christian church had a delightful session at tho homo of Mrs. W. M. Bright on Danville avenue Tuesday ufternoon. The members are working on carpet rags, Jho sale of which will umisI in securing a fund which will be applietl toward providing religious services at Mrs. Clarence tho church Bt Rowland Tato read extracts from "Hebecca of Sunnbrook Farm," while the others sewed, Twinty seven members of tho society were present. for PUKE Plymouth Bock eggs,' setting of 15. Mrs. A. K. Nunnelley, il Turnersvillc. l)u. W. E WATKIN3. of Maywood, received a fine young bird dog bv express early in tho week. Foil Sale. -- Few nico Buir Orpington cockerel. Also eggs for hatching. V Mrs W J. Holtzclaw, Stanford, II I) No. 1. neg-loc- tl f would like to We have you look at our line of childreiH suits. Wc feel that we can please you. The patterns arc good, all have knickor-bocke- r pants, well miido x throughout. The public Is invited to my millinery parlors Saturday. lUth, to inspect a date hats. Miss Llla May lino of up-tSaunders. o A. TRIBBLE. Day Phone 28. Night Phone 1311. HUSTONVILLE. Mr. I). S. Carpenter is recovering from a ten days' siege with tho grip. Eddie Powell missed tobacco from his barn one morning last week und called Lair's bloodhounds and thoy told the talo after several miles' trailing. H R Cumnitz has taken chargo of tho Casey County News at Liberty while Bro. Henry Thomas is doing census work. Our heartfelt thanks aro tendered tho good people of Helmwood Heights for most substantially remembering us during our lato illness Tho Allwise Creator will remember and reward them with continued happiness on earth and everlasting bliss in their home above. Tho farmer that sells Myora and Vaughn 50 or more of tho best lambs before they begin shipping will bo given a lino stetson hat. They aro buying at the highest market price. The guests invited to tho men's banquet which will be given at Alcorn's Opera House, Hustonville Friday evening, March ISth, aro urgently requested to meet at tho Christian church at 7:15 P. M. Furniture nud Undertaking. I W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KETUCKY. Stanford, KentucKy. CLEMENS HOTEL J. L. Elkin, Pror., DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. tniMilem u uprelnlty. Hpcclul rutin by wtvk or month. Tlio proprietor tm former Lincoln cojnty mini nud liU friend, nhoiild remember Mm Hliun (topping In til. town. Tinijing, Plumbing, Heating. Don't let 1010 pass without having bouse with a beautiful white hot and cold water through your Ijirge. nlry out.ldit room.. Ootiiinrri-ta- l Z2- i I SHOE NEW MUSIC Shuari - Porcelain Bath Outfit. f 3o JsjEVP Spring and Sumw! mer styles on sah-JKoIf anything a little lit smart- We lmvupliiceU 111 stocks line linn of luidluttriiiiieiilnl mu.lc, all told nt per copy. Will oraur any .pecla! piece Kormlunt (SI Tanner's - Have W. K. WAKNEH to install your co.uutry waler week uirA reasonable prices and guarantee. Wo also carry iu stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS; Roofing sl Roofing PaiDts. Telephone, 1SS. Cnll and see us. Drug Htore, er and more exclusive than The h'nd you see usual on Paris houlevards - Fifth Rev. W. S. Willis, pastor of tho Christian church at Hustonville, will preach on the subject of "Christian Work" on Sunday morning and "The Man Alter uou's uenrt, in tho ovo ning. Stanford, - - Kentucky. W. L. M'CART Y.Preo. W. K. WARNER, E. C. WALTON, V-Pr- Stanford, Ky. L. R. I IUG II I,S. When Hungry GOTO AT Avenue too. leather that a woman could possibly want at any time. CUMAINS & Every last and Public Sale of a Valuable Town Lot in Stanford, Ky. A line 1 Usrson'. Meali lluataurnnt Ijinoujter, Htanford, K. Htreet, v. m, Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford. KentucKy. ' ivneil nt ull hour, up to lltao WEAKEN, STANFORD, KY. (. llett place lu town for ft good ijukL meal. locution (oi iiutlii.M. TliU lot an tiloul ime (or uiiutelor liotol und ttore room, btoienlli, u wlmlejMle liouw, tolxlM'o or Cooking tobiilt oureuitoinrr.our.H'cliill), lieinp warehouse, enlil ttorage plant, conl Hplendld new Hue of fancy .Minl.ii (iiriiier.HiirWioiiM. or elevator mid (Jroeerlei. eull be connected tt 111! 1.. . N 11, It., by a liort track, la near the dHt, (rout, on und laiiictuler utreet. und ami bu iiuhI to build two residence. Irotitliitf ou tho Hot I'otTve, Hantlwlchc, pies. Buttermilk, ubtiru revt. II not .old pilvutaly till, Htul tweet milk, etc. at nil time. property villi bu .old publicly Mouduy, count) court day ou Vprtl lltli i10. W. A. CARSON, MIBS JKVNIrJ I'.VHKUIt I'Altl'UNTKIt. UvorgvtOHD, Ky. llu-p- Stoaks nnd Honda Farms and Town Property Handled on Commission. Sold. If you Have Property to Sell or Rout Notify Uu. Writo for Circular to Prop. L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky. 5"4 ' - nrTf W T- 1A0B FOUR. - RICHMOND. iT5 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. I MAROII 18th, 1910 t DOING THEIR DUTY. FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. For Bai.b. K Rood nativo cattle. A. Scoros of Stanford Roadors Aro T. Nunnelley, at atock yards. ' It. Loarnlnpr tho Duty or Tho jack will male the Ottt 16 handi J. E. Bruco Hold two pairs or mules Kldnoys. mnei at our firm on olJ Danville pie $10 (it $100 and $125 ol I InCYtlW ni I luU1e l a lc second hnnd buggies for Five Rood !U i mule and $3 lof hone mule, to insure To filter tho blood is tho kidneys' Vcolt. FTzpATRCK fc raNKIN. lime. It. II, warier, omnium. duty. Two work mares for sale. A. T. When they fall to do this tho kidneys IWgenlle, kjr. Nunnelley. aro sick. in Jim Woods bad two nice jacks Backache and many kidney ills fol M. town court day, which ho will soon tell low. breeders nbout through tho I. J Urinary troubles, diabetes. NO ll.HOUth. It.? IMS. No. it, Houth, 10:1S A M Fon Sale. 20 long yearling nnd 20 Doan's Kidney Pills euro them all. No. St, North, 4:to A M. Stanford peoplo endorse our claim. No W. North, B:4 V X short j carling steers. M.J. Hoffman, be-i- at the New line of men's and boys' clothing Country Store. Prices and quality will surprise you. The highest prico said to have been paid for cnttlo in this part of Kentucky In years was received this week by c a PQ CD export WlllGlvcns for 90 cattle, sold to Henry McKnlght, of He received 7c for them. Louisville. 1,400-poun- C faH TIME THBLE o u u No. XT, 10:?siA. M No. is, liter, m. JOS. S. RICE, Agent. TO THE FARMERS. Twlllcoiitlnuetoliandlo Fertiliser In the Jambn mid McKlnney sectionsI nnd nsk tiiy also nsk the M natron to remember me. tron.iKW of many new '"'"'""ft'rr.KKy. t,ondon, Spring & Summer Stock. mensurn taken by n tnllor of Save your Thenjourclothea.whethern prtte hualne.a milt or tho finest evening and nUlbea.wlll hnve that Individualitymnde lit to hlch plainly lndlcnte they were yaar measure. I wlllnlso take jour mens--r- t for extra trousers, fancy vests, top nnd overcoats. Fnll nnd Winter asmplesoii lintid rendy for your inspection. II. 0. IHTIM.KV. The Tnllor, Stanford, Ky. low Fruit and Ornamental i Trees .Crrjtlilni! for Orchard, tawnnnd Harden. One Million Htraw berry plnnts. Free tlntnlogues. No Agents. H,F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, I.KXINOTOS, Kr.STUl'KV. Harry Jacobs, r De.iler In nnd Manufacturer of; Marblo and Granite Monu- ments, xkera and Posts, Cemetery nnd lawn Taaetand Hettecs. Otlleo and works, Ky. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! 1 can furnlah the nuhllcwlth the brat, na well aa the fretdiest of cut Howe, plants of all kind, bulbs, potted Hon era, on ahort notice. Also illlike a specialty of wreaths sor lor ruuerai purposes. la eotiuectlon with the alwre. I hnve nil Uadf.of vegetables on linnd tit reasonable 9TJCV. SSa.'OHUIHTMANdREKN HODHES. KD IlUIIHAKD, l'HOll. Htanford, Ky, CONCRETING In position to do all kinds of con ssreUng, audi ns lilock Work, Pavements avoal. In fnct, we can make any thing from r kniM down to n fence po9t. Wo can serve yes promptly mid guarantee. Urat-claa- s vsrk and material. Unit nnd get our prices Wr iore you buy your material at least. Jt Morcland, Ky. J. H. Haughman sold n fine old mule to W. T. Robinson, of lloyle, for $2 15. Fon Sale. 75 to 100 bushelal'of orchard grass seed. Extra good. $1 50 per bushel. B B. King, Morcland. Logan Hubble sold n good family horse to William Floyd, of Hustonvllle, for $150. F. L. Jones has sold his farm of 60 acres, near Danville, to Rev. H. M. Shouse, for$J,400. Bed Leaf, tho great trotting stallion, will positively be sold at B. G. Fox's stable, Danville, next Monday. R. E. Goddard. bay horse I have a nice, for sale; perfectly sound, gentle to drive, works anywhere and rides fairly tf. well. W. P. Kincaid. Walter Walker has purchased a splen did Percheron stallion, which ho will stand at the stock yards here under John Cook's care. mule For Sale. -- 25 All broken nnd in good working order. Call on or phono Lognn Hubble, Lan caster R. F. D. No. 1. Senator Took Rubble's good gelding, T. M. Green won another race at Jacksonville last Saturday. This makes the sixth out of seven starts to his credit this Spring. For Sale. Pure Boone county white seed corn, $1.25 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 fromSJ to lie. Mr. Nunnelley bought a team of nice horses from Virgil Campbell at a still price. There were 400 cattle on the market here court day and practically all of them changed hands. Stanford is rap idly 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 three-year-ol- d State Commander M. F. Elk In nnd have organized a tent of Maccabees nt Science Hill, Pulaski county, with 35 charter members ChesMrs. Nancy A. Logan, E. Mnln street Woodall Is Record Keeper nnd Stanford, Kv., snys: "I ncnrcely know ter G. Prof. W. P. Bnugh Commander. how to express my gratitude to Doan' Kidney Pills for tho great benefit thoy brought mo When I began to use George B. Sautley, son of Judge M. them, 1 wns in n miserable condition C. Sauflcy, of Stanford, is dead after a enMy back seemed to have given out tirely and nt times pained mo terribly. six weeks siege of typhoid fever. Ho I often oecamo so wcaK anu lame mat was a brilliant young lawyer nnd was 1 was almost prostrated. I was also master commissioner of Lincoln county, annoyed by a frequent desiro to void -- Somerset Republican. tho kidney secretions anu me passages wero accompanied by an intenso burning sensation Learning of Doan's Kid ney PilK I procured h supply nt Shu- NOTICE ! ADMINISTRATOR'S gars si Tanner a urug More, anu in can view or the results l receivcu, i give them the highest praise. Doan's Those having claims against the esKidney Pills not only relieved my backof Geo. B. Sautley, deceased, are ache, but restored my kldnoys to n nor- tate notified to present same to tho undermal condition " For sale by nil dealers Price 50 cts. signed, properly proven, for payment. Foster Milburn Co.. Buffalo. New York. Those owing him will please make setsolo agents for tho United Stntes. tlement with mo at once. George L. Remember the name Doan 9 nnu Penny, administrator. take no other, A. C. Sino I 3 P i'ilmM 1 o (13 O 0 o Q n C AZ 0 f If Pfllf M rVyi btfkti mii 9 C o I a ri Rowland. Tho railroad employes are very busy at this place filling in and building new switches; also making preparations to move the depot and build n nico park. Watch out, for Rowland is coming to tho front. Mrs. S. E. Carter is visiting friends at Corbin. Mrs. Will Land is on the sick list. Mr. Dennis of Lan caster, is visiting his parents at this place. Miss Dessic Harrington, of is visiting Mrs. S. T. Roberts. Miss Emma Daniels, "of Garrard, was visiting Mrs. Tom Jennings. Miss Lulu Sprinkles is visiting her sister, Mrs. Thompson, nt Preachcrsvillo. Miss Buelah McCarley, of Crab Orchard, has been visiting Miss Edith Martin. Will Perkins has bought th Wade property and has moved in. S. T. Roberts nnd wife spent Sunday at the homeof J. T. Munday. Misses Annie Hall and Bessie Fowle have returned from an extended visit to Mrs. G. W. Martin ut Livingston. G ALTON 3 I of It.irns. Hlreof Calvin C ! 19V and six others with trials from 1.SI to i.li. tho,nrth' only ones tnnl were ever handled for speed. lo thHaireof onednni with one In the S:) list. Hired by (Inmbettn Wil kes the sire of II) In the u list. It In i:IO ami claimed to lie the greatest sire In the world. 1st dnm Palsy Field Kni ml dam of 5 with record of from . 17 to Knlleld t.w of ty,il.un by U,l.r' Attl0r!lArilliimbtetoutnn III MlAI l,v KiittMlfl X:2unn(n?:.i his daughters have m In ::, or belter, ma nam iiuokaiep ny Ken- z.i,-,mick.v l rmre, ur.,mrn ui j ilnnnof IS in the i:!ti 3rd 'lam by Old Joe, sire of the dnm of J, IJ. :i7V (Initoncnrrlei tho blood of four Iciidlns' families. Ilniiibletonlan. Wllkes.Mnmbrlno Chief nnd Meeley'a American Mtar oalion a raiianaHgonengninsi ami the Nst In harness claasea and rood ater rings, they nre In great demand, selling as high ns ll.iH) nfter maturity, yenrllnga from irstlnfSin. ualton will ainuu in mi tablet miles West of lluitonvllluon llrnd fordsvllle plkeat IIS to Insure a living colt bred Mone due It mare Is trnd-nfter l'leiitv of grass nt tiiii) per month. sin ed sly for nmrea. noothi rut.n kinlvd with mares, hnve grass lots nnd large stables for mure to foal, drain ( I at cost hschange I'hoiielnrvsldence.ll'i-tonMll- e W M IHihli, lluslouvllle. Ky ,l 10. 2010. cmiroCjljcuints .5' !'.. :!.. i your Inspection. snappy suit. Our Spring line of Clothing Jis better than ever before. It is now 'open for Call and see that ll' WE Have the Superior rse FARM FOR SALE! PHILLIPS BROS., Stnu ford, Ky. Cress & Jones bought of A. T. Nun nelley this week 39 nice hogs. The price was so high that they wouldn't 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 tell it. Fish & Pennington, Insurance and Real Stanford, J,L.Beazley&Co., longer. Dogs got into the sheep of William Durham near Danville on tho Perry- ville pike. Two ewes were killed and All kind of INSURANCE ou all nine lambs and a number of others kinds of property. Only Hie largwere mutilated. The dogs were not killed. est companies represented. The Kentucky Racing Association at Rates an low as can be Lexington, selected W. H. Shelley, of anywhere. had Louisville, to be in charge of the meet' ing which begins there April 30 and Ky., continues to May 7, It was announced that no purso under $300 will be offered and that most of them will be $400 or over. Estate. My farmof STarreaof good land, well Im- and fenced. Is for sale ?troved, well watered Is located aeyun miles from Htanford In E. T. Robards, supervisor of sales on the Mnywood section. House hnsalxrooms, the Lexington loose leaf market, makes New barn and other necessary outbuildings, the following report of the business A tmrgnln If sold at once. I.IVINOHTON. J T. It. K. I). No. I. Htanfonl, Ky Three houses sold done Wednesday: 35,525 pounds of tobacco at prices ranging from 9 to 19c per pound. Market was strong and active, with prices For house, carriage nnd sign painting decosteady. rative paper bunging also buggy trimming of alt kinds such na tons rvcotered curtains HtopoverAldrldge'a black an and boot made Asserting that he "is smun suop vveav jiain nt., niauioru Ky , riioiieNo.O',. advocate of wise conservation as the J J llKI.DKN. most radical, but it must bo wise conSecretary servation to appeal to me," of the Interior R. A. Ballinger spoke before tho Minnesota Conservation and Agricultural Development Congress. I desire to sell privately my stock of GroDoing n good busiand President Taft loft Washington for ceries Wilt Hardware.about ltensou ness. Involco Chicago over the Pennsylvania railroad. ill health. OKO. II. IIOrrr.ltHtnfonUKr. From Chicago the president will "swing around the circle" to Rochester, Albany, New York, New Haven and Providence and will not be in Washington again until March 23. Now Llvorw corn planter with both edge and fiat dropping plates, also the Superior 1 -- horse, planters and fertilizers. These planters have been tested and satisfaction. give J. J.BELDEN, W. H. HICG1NS. I asrdent Stanford, Kentucky. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. IJ. B. D. CARTER. j 8 Q m JUST RECEIVED A Big Line Of Phone 200. Magoffin Tucker, son of Dr. Dewitt Tucker, of Danville, had a narrow escape from being killed in n runaway. His horse became frightened at tho horn of an automobile, which passed him, and started to run. He escaped with a sprained shoulder. Dopot Stroot, Phono 00, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, WALL PAPER, Mattings nnd rugs it will pay you to examine our line fore you buy. Don't forget we are price makers. be- - S jut B m fa Hurgin, KentucKy. I n inn 8 L. L. fa SANDERS, Crab Orchard,. Kentucky. ::: ta If you have anything in the to sell The Markets. Louisville's latest market quotations: Prime export steers $6 25(f7; ship ping steers 5 70 to C 25; beef steers 3.75 to G; fat heifers 3.75 to 5.75; fat cows 3 75 to 5.50; cutters 2 50 to 3.75; can- nersl.50to 2.50; bulls 2.75 to 5.25; feeders 3 75 to 5.25; stockers 3 to 4 75; choice milk cows $35 to $50; common to fair $15 to 35. Calves, best, $8. to 8.50; medium 5.50 to 7.50; common, dull at 2 50 to 5. Hogs Receipts 809 head; selected, 105 pounds and up, selling at $11; 13) to 105 pounds, $10 50; pigs $8 70 to $10; roughs $10.39 down. Sheep and Lambs Good demand continues for good fat sheep and good lambs, not enough coming in to supply tho local butchers; best fat sheep 3.50 to 4.50; Iambs C to 7c. Cincinnati mat ket: Cuttle, fair to good shippers G 50 to 7.G5; common 3 Hogs Butchers and shippers to 4,75 10.90 to 11; common 7.50 to 10c. Sheep $3.75 to $G 05. Lambs are 25c higher, $0.23 to J 9. Go. UndertaKers aud Embalo wi. Also Dealers iu Furniture, Mattings.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Rigb. STAFFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C, McCIary, ? 1 f Undertaker. Embalmor .'and jtoaterlln.Harness, Baddlory, STANFORD, ffcon, lT. KY- - nous I'tion. M. ufsllienil, ins cons are always insme me money uud when developed, make grout nilillera mid hluh priced three iinif live gulted show horsea. Hixty nvenf his get ut uuuveriigeaguof SSyearasold nt an aver-ngprice of toll. Ho Ima ueer beeudefuut-eInn produce ring when shown with to Nnf hi. itt. Think of such smirilera us lie lias sired; namely, Nettleton. Wlnsoui, Trosiiect, the Mure, Hay Day, the Trice Jim Audi-rsoHerring Mare, Toxle Dare, London Dure, Dare All. White Foot, l'rlucii Imperinl.nnd a ItosL ofnthera that havo been bold from tUul to (i.Aun. Uiokntlils record as a sire of saddle and aeo whnt they can do. IIIUN1TV DAUM, got by Chester Dare No 10 Ac; 1st dam by Welehmont istt7 A.T. II. II.; ho by William Welch tf II A. T. II. It.; lie by Hysdvke'a Hnmbletoulon No. 10 A.T. II, 11, will servo mures tills sea. ou of lUldut my table In llustouvllle nt the low price of 1WTOINHUIIK A I.IVK OOI.T. Money due when colt comes or mare traded or removed, or bred to any other slock. A lien retained on nil colls until pnld (or. Grass furnished at reasonable price for mares from a dlstanco and must be settled for before removed, Ureedlng Lours from H to lu In morning and 1 to tf Iu evening. ! Marc will receive my iersonnl attention, but will not be responsible for accidents or escupes. the same time and farm the llaluit told myfrom Ural) Hunt Hlngletou place stand"Ill ulso litbreeding Mule Jack my greut one mile iilne Vernon road, 1 will on Orchard ou the PEYTON th 1V10. HATl'HDAY. MAUUlf n A. M., sell oil nil my Kami. so well known In the West End of Un-olIlnxInuliiKUt county, ut 1 10 for mures and CM for jennets, liiU Implement., and stock coii.l.tlim of horse, 3 mlloh cows, one Jersey due when colt Is foaled or mure traded, removed subject to register giving- milk, the other stock, or parted with, or brel to any other I'eyton by Huff Dudderar'a jack hu with calf by aide. 1 iiiuro baa 's yearling colts, yearling Jer- by Ilubtile's llrlgnollu and out of Jim been bred, I Jennett. sey heifer calves subject to register, V nice I'eyton Is nna with very large bone and hogs, one corn planter with checker combined. 1 riding cultivator, I mow lug macliliia foot, good neck and Cur good ijuarters, well plows, harrow a, liaroass, surrey ai good na mounted 15 handa 1 Inch high nnd admired new, wagon, 3 onuIiore bugglea, hay In by all who see lilm, uud la said to be the the mow, corn In the crib, household furni- best mule Jack In Lincoln county. See iilm, All ure Invited to come and ture and other things too numerous to mention, Terms made known on day of Thonelu residence. sale. D. S. CARPENTER. W. K, MONK, Orau Orchard, Ky llVSTOMVILI.il, KT, J. l'.Ohauller, Aupt. n d of Auctioneer!. Chicago, uud hare had experience In the big cattlnaalei at the Union otock Yards, Chicago, where we sold some Also lu Hay, thoroughbreds aa high aa werumnde each Combined Htnlllon. Dark Mahogany IS.!!): weight 1..MU pounds. la absolutely horso sales wuereftuaalea I Hiiuud In everyway. Kind disposition and day. Auctioneering Is a science nnd have thlaldea. nee or phone me colts easily handled. He lias stepped eighths studied It with arrange for your sale. I can before ou in l1- niicneu ma auiay; is nvu gniu-u- ; a mnkeauleatoyourndvnutage. I'HO.NKiS-l- t a rent show horso wearing tho blue tie ever since a yearling; at three 1 years aold wore M blues and one red out of 1 show ; us a harness hors and nsu model Is In a class to Insures Tobacco and Tobacco himself. Ho was never defeated except by two of his own colts, and has won In rings Barns. Dicjpitq Ciare 1982. grndunteof Jones' NatlonnlHchool 5 g 3 S M !). v Nothing But Insurance Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man. STOCK Take it to LINE Nunncllcy's New Stock Yards luiys and sells every day in tho year except Sunday, faring on your clock. Ucet market in the Ktuto with plenty of licet covered pen, out'ido of Louisville or Lexington. etil nnd water STANFORD, KY. We also do a general hitch nnd feed lnieincw. I lo STANFORD, KY. Residence Thone M; OHlce, US. Insure with me and bo fully fHiJaWTyjUaBJar tVyA J&JT- protected. Dinwiddie t PUBLIC SALE 11) & Co., 1 Hustonville, Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an line up-to-d- ate Tor-tur- Make your home as modern for your family as a city MIt. FAIlMKIt: residence, and place yourself in n nonitiou to get tho latest market quotations at any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone bervlcu, which you and your iieighborn c.in get for a sum that Is small compared with the LeneliUi received Call or witltvu our neareBt oflice or write direct to headquarters, Nashville, 'IVnu., for infnrmationregardiiig our sjiecial "Far-nie- r' Line" rate. If you aro imt' at jircecut enjoying telcnhouo iwrvico, wo cnu iiuiiiediately intercut you. Our lined cover tho States of Kentucky, Tennessee. Mississippi, IjOuUiuuti mid tho Southern portion of Indiana ami KAST TENNKSSEK TKL. & T13L. CO. Uliuoi.. IINrOBPOKATKPS. RURAL TELEPHONES. Auctioneer! I offer my service to the woile coln county as un uuctloueer. Hull. faction 11. W. MoWIIOUTKlt, guaraiiued. Moreland, Ky K. K. il. No. 1 Kasldtnce. TurneravllU, of Lin- NOTICEI Thoao having otaltuisialnst tbuMtata of Mrs. Jtelle like. deceased, will present them properly proven to me atonoe. Those ow lug the estate are notified to settle with mt O MO. H. I'KUITT, ImuivdlaU'ly. Administrator Mr. HelW Kle of goods. i, aaA."