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I I t f i THE INTERIOR JOURNALI I VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 22 1910 NO 7 f NEW WAY TO CLIP I BLIND TIGERS CLAWS Judge Menefqe Takes the Booze Away Before Suspect Has Chance to Sell It Police Judge John N Menefee Jr believes that a stitch in time saves nine and thatan ounce of proven lion la worth a pound of cure At leatt olio would judge that he Is a be lover in those old time adages from the original methods which he employes in alleged blind tk como within Ida cityTdry for several years but thuro la a largo amount of booze received huru bv express Judge l Mcnefea has been keeping his eye on the traffic and last week when lull Lee a well known Negro got five quart out of the express office Judge Mono l t fee lent for him Ho told him that ho h know ho did not stet that much llauor for any legitimate purpose and that tinldf ho brought it Into court nt once he would end and get it and also jail Lee for having liquor in Iris poesesians in dry territory for tho purpose of salo Lee stood not long upon tho order of his going after the liquor when he saw that Judge Mcnofeu meant buslntsa Ho brought the live quarts Into court and teemed glad to get oil so easily t Judgo Menefco says that if the re cords of the express oilier hero could he examined they show that over 300 quarts of whisky have been receiv ed Stanford since the tat week in January He has not ascertained t saga whogoing of the itt interestbut he i to mako g for the recipients if ho can find that an of it is being offered for sale Judge Menofco has also gone after idle loafers with a vengeance and says that he Intends to clear tho city of all who frequent street corners with tp- i parently no means of support Frank Masonheimer of Don ville710 and costs for vagrancy Chas Baughman a Negro got 30 days In jail for vagrancy and a IIno or 25 and 10 In Jail for carrying concealed a j deadly weapon Kate Walker caught a floe of 20 on a statutory charge and Wilt dismissed on a vagrancy charge nt she showed that she had a means of N support Lincoln County Boy Winning Fameand Fortune In Mining Game Out West J L Tanner a former Lincoln coun ty boy who Is making a fortune in tho mining game at Spokane Washington in renewing his subscription to tho 1 J writes these notes which will bo of Interest to his many friends here I have been jiving hero for the past four years In Sunny Old Spokane known far and wide as thu appleshow town of tho world and nine for its mild equable climate Wo read about tho and miserable weather they have back East and the middle West and while it is true we have some cold weather here it turns cold or hot so gradually we scarcely notice It and business goes on hero almost un disturbed The mining industry in tho famous Coour D Alcne mountains of Idaho some 60 to 75 miles from here has been I largely instrumental in building up Spokano from a mere hamlet 25 years ago to a city of nearly 160000 inhabi for its size one of the bull eat rides in the world Tell Mr E C Walton If he Is not al ready Prated and he ever means to leave the best town on tho map to como out here as we need him to help mako of Spokane by 1915 a city of a quarter of a lam now in the mining business Our mines consist of nearly 700 acres situated In the Cocur D Aleno district and are in gold all i ver and lead Wo are known as the Mammoth Lodo Mining Mill log Co and are capitalized at 3000 J 3Come Get A Book 1 port Agricultural Depart mcnt of Interest to Farmers IProbably tho most comolete com of information on Kentuckys agricultural wealth nod possibilities over gotten up Is tho biennial report the State Department of Agriculture Forestry and Immigration just issued hy Agriculture Commissioner M C Rankln at Frankfort Besides being a perfect encyclopedia of Information on i all topics to Kentucky farm volume contains In synopsis complete information about every coun Incorporated and of theAtea tho by counties and gives valuable information each The books also con tan nn agricultural of the Stato showing the diversified products of each county wbichalone valuable addl tion to any home The editor of the INTEHIOH JOURNAL has received about 100 volumes from tho State Department of Agriculture for distribution among its friends and will give them out as long as they last first come first served A Man of Iron Nerve Indomitable will and tremendous oner t cy are never fount where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and tho success they bring use Dr Kings J New Life Pills the matchless regulators for keen brain and strong body lie nt Penny Drug Store M i IGrand Master Here Tonight largo attendance is expected at thi IA meeting of Stanford Lodge of Fellows tonight when Grand Mas ter I N Williams of Lexington will bo present to inspect the lodges and de liver a short address from Qrch1orll Stanford Negro Paroled lim Hockcr Released After Serving Eight Years for Wife Murder News has just been received hero that through the efforts of J M Al verson the prison commission has paroled James Rocker or James Dawson a Stanford negro who has been in the penitentiary n number of years for tho murder of his wife Mocker has been one of the test prisoners ever in the penitentiary the officials there say and line never had a mark against him for misconduct of any kind He has served about eight years of a life sen tenco As ordinary paroles do not take ere Rrontedhemonth Rain at Right Time Will Help Oats Crop But Fann ers Not Pleased With Wheat Farmers in this part of the State ore feeling good over the rainfall of Sun day afternoon and night and say that they could stand a little more and not suffer They say that It came at just the right time to do the most good to the oats crop of which a largo acreage Is yearWheat Is not doing much good this season according to the best posted farmers The lack of covering of snow to protect tho young and tender shoots during tho extreme cold of February and even before that in January hurt the prospects very much A number of farmers became so dis couraged over tho prospect for a good yleM that thY plowed up their wheat fields and planted oats for a later crop CW B M Praise Service Will Be Conducted This Week With Various Leaders The Christian Womens Board of Missions will conduct iU regular prayer and praise service beginning Tuesday March 22 Mrs Pamella Brown leader Wednesday March 23 Miss Jennie L locker leader Thursday March 24 Mrs J G Carpenter leader Friday March 25 Mrs W M Bright lender Saturday March 26 Mrs Wm Sever ance leader The lecture room of the church will bo the place of each treat ing excepting the last one which will be held with Mrs C E Tate The time is 230 each afternoon All are most cordlallrlnvlted to attend The on be at 10 A M Visitors Very Welcome Public School Room Receiving Most Will Win Prize Visitors are very welcome at the presentforoffered to the grade which has tho largest number of visitors patrons and friends to call before u certain time There Is much friendly rivalry and competition between tho different rooms and it is said that tho young sters go out to the highways and byways to invite their guests in The second open session of tho Liter Society of the school was held Fri splendid pile rendered tho program which was exceptionally good and was enjoyed by Ill Second Masonic Register The Mt Vernon Signal says that after throe effort S C Franklin secretary of Ashlund Lodge No 610 F i A M has perfected a members reg later which is tho second ono to be made in the State of Kentucky The book isindoxed and shows tho name and late of initiation and Much other Infor nation regarding every member of the abov6lodge from its organization in 817 down to 1910 This worker of reo narkabie internal to all Masons who have traveled tho Eastern road through the halls of old Ashland Among the names of charter members of 1847 Ope WilliamsHenryC Dysart Alfred David N Lewis M Charles and W H Kirtley William McClure B K iethurum M J Miller James L Jop tin Willis and Thomas K Adams and others With tho exception of J C Williams now of Carthage III and J- L Joplin of Harrodsburg Ky all have passed over the dark river and to the on high Breathe llyomei and cure catarrh bottle of Hvomel 50 cents with inhaler 1 G L Penny guarantees it Fine for coughs colds and sqre throats There were 208 business failures in the United States for the week ending March 17 as compared with 256 for last wek 224 In the like week of 1909 803 in 1903 167 in 1907 and ISO in 1906 BRAKEMAN HELD j UNDER BOND OF 150- To Answer to Grand Jury on The ICharge of Shooting Buck Bill Dalton Tom Evans and Will loleYibrakemen on the L N and Livingston were both arrested charged with firing the shot which broke tho right leg of Buckskin Hill Dalton the 15 year old lad at Rowland last week both men denied the charge but indications pointed to the guilt of Evans and he was held in 150 bond to await the action of the grand jury next month His homo is in countyInformation the identity of tho brakemen on the trains which liasse up the road from here last week on day of the shooting was obtained thro tho railroad officials and when the crows came back to Rowland on there turn run officers took the two men in charge and hailed them before County Judge Bailey A conductor on one of tho freight trains for it seems that two pulled out at almost the same time that day Rave tho officers the most tangible evi dence that could be secured until the sufficientlyforductor said that ho did not know that either of the two men had fired the shot but if they had he knew that it had not been Foley Upon this statement Foley was released and Evans held He gave the bond required with Dick Hampton as surety Small Crop of Lambs Expected This Season As Old Sheep Are in Poor Order Sheep raisers in this section of the State are busy right now taking care of the lambs which arc arriving but Did breeders say that the lamb crop this season will not be up to tho nor mal The old sheep are in bad shape as a result of the very severe winter and in consequence tho supply of lambs will not be of the best The old sheep are in very bad shape said a wellknown sheep raiser today Many of the lambs of this years crop were born early during the weather and fully two thirds of them perished Very few sheep to care for lambs preparedin late in the sea son The lamb crop is going to be very short in Lincoln the surrounding counties this season Will Soon Move West J L Johnson of Kings Mountain is making preparations to join his family at Hood River Oregon lie is arranging his business affairs preparatory to leaving Ills son and family have been in tho Western country for sometime and say they are greatly pleased with the country and the people is quito a colony of Lincoln whichplu in lined River country is not far from Portland and all of them keep in touch with stroke at home through the I J I Baby Dies at Moreland Measles grip and whooping cough seem to bo epidemic in the Moreland and llustonville sections and over In Casey county The little tenmonths old son of Mr and Mrs Thompson Hughes of Moreland died last week of pneumonia and whooping cough A number of other children are reported ill with these maladies of childhood Dont Break Down Rovers strains on the vital breakdowns like Btralnson machinery cause You cant overtax stomach liver kidneys bowels or nerves without serious danger to yourself If you are weak or under strain of any Kim take Electric Bit ters tho matchless tonlo medicine Mrs J E Van do Sandeof Kirkland 111 writes That I did not break down while enduring a most severe strain for three monts is duowboll to Electric Bitters Use them and enjoy health and strength Satisfac tion positively guaranteed boo at Penny B Drug Store Always a Candidate In declaring himself perennial cnndi date for Congress in this district Fon tame Fox Bobbitt the sage of Crab Orchard declares in a card I am a candidate now while Spring Is robing Herself in green and decking herself with flowers and when Summer fervent heat and more IIIblackberry and when November comes with its mournful winds sighing through the leafless trees I shall still bo in the arena and after tho snowy I ballots shall cover mo with defeat then kind old Winter can spread her blanket over me and next snowyI Phoenixlike I shall rise again other race until I go whero ional honors are dim or perchance such honors will not keep off the heat 4 Half a million dollars a record high for a painting was paid for tho colebrated portrait of Franz Hals tho Dutch painter his family painted by himself Tho purchaser was Otto Kahn the banker Morgan bid between 350000 and 400000 for tho pictureGov Willson signed the bill appro 10000 for the Home for Incur ables supported by the Kings Daught appropriatloIn BLOODY BATTLE TOi IDEATH IN GARRARDI Creed Turner Killed By Luthe- Ray Who May Also Die From Wounds Received pistol Garrard county Creedmoro Turner is dead and Luther Ray is mortally wound recoveryBothadjoining farms Bad feeling had ex- Isted between them for some time Several years ago Turner was indicted in the Garrard circuit court for a minor againsthimkindled by a quarrel over a corner is said which marked thedboundary lino of their farms Since then they had carried guns and further trouble was expected Late Thursday afternoon as Ray was entering the gate leading from the turnpike to his farm Turner accompanied by two relatives came along meeting was seer dental but it was the signal for imme diate hostilities It is not known who Raybeganrange with double barrel shot guns When these were emptied each drew their pistols and continued firing until both were severely wounded Although both were bleeding and almost ready to drop in their tracks they reloaded their weapons and continued firing until Turner was dead and Ray had five bul ladyBetweenRays most serious wound is in his head where a slug from Turners gun took effect He was also shot in the abdomen and shoulder lie was re moved to his homo and Thursday night was able to tell tho sheriff of tho bat tie Dr Mack Elliott dressed his woundsTurner the dead man is a former native of Bell county but moved to Garrard several years ago Ho was related to Old Jack Turner leader of the Turner family in Bell county sever al years ago and who was killed in a Pineville hotel He was also related to Leo Turner of Quarter House fameI but was not In the Quarter House fight yeRrsbeforeRay is a member of a prominent and numerous Garrard county family He killed Edward Brown at Buckeye soy eral years ago As a result of the coroners investigation Friday of tho tragedy Gilbert Turner son Creedmore Turner was under arrest as an accessory itbeing alleged from tho testimony be fore the coroners jury that he partici pated in the battle and fired several RayFrank cousin of the dead man was exonerated an it was shown that ho was Unarmed and did not join with his kinsmen In the fight New Bank at Liberty Subscriptions to Stock Being So licited Other Casey News A movement is on foot among Casey county capitalists for tho establishment of another bank at Liberty E L Gad berry who has been teaching school at Middleburg is soliciting stock and will bo cashier if tho plans mature It is proposed to start with 15000 capital Two banks will make the capital of the State of Casey quite a financial center The Casey County News says that at tho sale of property at R B Jaspers deceased everything sold high sheep at 6 60 hogs at GJc cat tie 4 90 corn 3 75 four yearling mules over 100 each The Bonta tract of land of 2600 acres on Damrons Creek below Dunnville has been sold to Wm Hobson at 1625 Tho little daughter of Abo Harrison of Peck sustained a broken limb by a falling horse last week Her father was on the Casey grand jury and was excused to go home Mrs J F Gadberry and daughter Ruth of Phil who were vis iting in Boyle and Garrard counties were called home on account of her son Luther having measles Mrs Melissa Adams who is very ill was brought back home from Deming New Mexico News has been received from New Castle Ind of the death of Miss An na Sharp who was reared on Brush Creek but had been there for three years where she had a good position as u clerk Her death was acute indigestion She was a sPlendidi young woman a member of the Chris tian church and a daughter of tho latejLogan Sharp of Brush Creek Her mains were brought to Brush Creek for burial after funeral services by Eld J Q Montgomeryi Good Meeting at Logans CreekI Tho meetlngat Logans Creek church conducted Ly Rev J J Dickey assisted by Rev E 0 Hobbs has grown in interest at every service since its beginning three weeks The servi ces have been suspended during this week but will be resumed next Saturday night to be continued ten days longer The Lash of A Fiend would have been about as welcome to A of Oswego N Y as a mer ciless lungracking cough that defied all remedies for years It was troublesome at night ho writes notblnlf helped mu un I used Dr Discovery wblck cured me completely I never cough at nl ht I now know its matchless1 merit for stubborn colds obstinate coughs soro lungs la grippe asthma hemorrhage croup whooping cough orhtyfever It relieves quickly acd never to satisfy A trial con vinces 500tl Trial bottle free Its positively guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Tobacco Barns Going Up Tobacco barns are going up allover the county It Is estimated that fully a dozen new barns will be built before thre Will Stone has just coptracted to pi up a large modern combined stock and tobacco barn for A T Traylor and nn other for Daniel Traylor Cannons Reign Ended Insurgent Republicans and Demo crats Down Speaker at Last Speaker Cannon of the House of Representatives on Saturday v lost the ancient prestige and weapon of that of fico when the allied republican insurgence and democrats took from him not only the Chairmanship of but even mom bership in tho allpowerful Committee on the chief asset in his stock of powerAmid scenes of wildest disorder for the like of which one must go back to the exciting days just prior to the civil war the veteran Speaker almost 74 years old stood erect and defiant his head bloodied but unbowed And at the end when a big Texan democrat accepted the Speakers daring challenge end introduced a resolution to fling him out of the Speakership the republicans regulars and insurgents with few exceptions rallied with al gavehimpudiation of Cannonism This is what happened By a vote of 191 to 155 the republican insurgents voting solidly with the democrats the House adopted the resolution of Repre Nebras1knRules Committee increasing its mem bership from five to ten and declaring tho Speaker ineligible to membership thereonIto 155but with a decidedly different personnel of alignmentthe House de RepresentativeBurleson ership vacant and ordering an imme diate election of a successor to Mr Cannon Were Burglars Busy The lock on the door of the grocery of M 0 VanDeveer on East Main street was broken last Thursday nignt and an intruder evidently visited the purposeMrpulled wide open when he came down Friday morning but as it had contain ed only a few pennies no money was secured So far as he could ascertain nothing was taken from the stock of the grocery Free Garden Seeds Congressman Harvey Helm has just sent to the INTERIOR JOURNAL a sack of garden seed which he says are to be distributed among its friends Each package of seed contains corn carrots radish watermelon parsnip and turnip seeds The friends of the INTERIOR JOURNAL are invited to come to its office and get these seeds as long as they last This and That STANFORD amusement lovers have a treat in store for them next Saturday evening when Coburns Greater Min atrclj come to Waltons Opera House Those who have seen it say there Is not a dull moment not u single meodicro byManagerthing new bright and thoroughly enjoyable Clean comedy catchy music tine dancing clever specialties and the latest novelties In vaudeville and blackface imitations and fun Pat Crawford The Man from Dixie Tom Post Ole Vaginny Harry Fran kle Billy Blackwell Harry Hespen Tommy Galvin all firstclass wide awake blackface performers whose imitations singing dancing and jokes and capers will please all and offend none They travel in own spec cial car and 23 people Dont miss the street parade and hear the band concert Next Saturday 26th Mr William Williams and Rev Jos Severance will go to Louisville to at tend the big automobile show now go ing on there These gentlemen are very much interested in automobiles just at as they to n garage here in the near futureFrank fort Journal- F M Marahback of North Carolina Miss Maggie Hamlin the attract ve daughter of Mr and Mrs A H- Hamlin were married at the home of i tho brides Mt Vernon the Rev C C Metcalf officiating Mr and Mrs Marahback will likely remain- In Rockcastlo Gov Charles N Haskell was exonerated of tho charge of misappropriation and mismanagement of State funds in a report filed in the Legislature at Guthrle Olcla by the louse commit tee composed of five democrats and two republicansJohn aged 62 former Com monwealths attorney for the Laurel county district and well known through out this section of the State died at his homo at Isaacs in Jackson county It Saved His Leg All thought Id lose my leg writes J A Swenton of Watertown Wis Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure had at last laid mo up Then Buoklena Arnica Salve cured it sound and well In fallible for Skla Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Halls I Fever Sores tarns Scalds Cuts and Piles 25c at Pennys Drug Store FEAST OF WISDOM AND FLOW OF SOUL Marked Gathering of Men As IGuests of Popular Huston Christian Pastor The banquet given by the adult class of tho Christian church of HusJtonvtlle Friday evening March 18thUwas probably one of the most notable events in the recent history of this f church beginning as it does a new era in an effort to enlist the manhood of the church in an active service The I spirit of good will and Christian fellow ship prevailed and it was demonstrated that men can enjoy themselves in considering the great interests of the kingdom of Christ At 730 approximately 100 men e gathered at the church and marched in t a body to the Opera House where an elaborate menu was served RevW S Willis minister of the church and teacher of one of the Bible classes act ed as toastmaster Ho voiced the sen tlment of all present when he said that appreclation so graciously prepared for the occasion he felt like the little boy who chanced upon a sugar barrel and wished for a thousand tongues and time to do tho justiceAt of the repast the first speaker Rev D M Walker of Stanford was introduced His address on A Mans Place In the Kingdom of 1 developingItelage of the Divine Teacher The key note was sounded when he said that the cause of Christ was worthy of the best brain and the best of American manhoodThis 10 followed by an address on Our Boys by Mr S S Robinson of the Hustonville graded school end all felt that the speaker was certainly well prepared to place in the develop-mentof the boy life of Huston ville Mr W G Montgomery come next on the program with Our Citizenship + as his He that it was time for the church to enter politics and to carry the principles of the Man of Galilee into untie life Prof J N McVey of Burnsido next spoke in a most interesting way on Over the Hills to Hustonvllle Rev W H F Jones of the Baptist church spoke on Our Ministry and the keynote of his remarks was that the man who responds to the concious call of God to enter the Christian min- Istry has indeed undertaken a mans job and that instead of the church be ing a field to be tended by the minister it is a power to be wielded The last on the program was Rev F M Tinder of the Lancaster Christian church his subjectbeing OurHomes He declared that behind our National and church life lay the home and that upon it depended the christianizing of race Delightful music at frequent inter vals made the occasion more enjoyable and all are indeed grateful to Mr Wil iiI and the ladies of the church for tho evenings enjoyment Evening With Whittier Will Be Given By Epworth League On Friday Evening The Epworth League of the Metho dist church will have an Evening With Whittier at the church next Fri day evening to which all are cordially invited The program which will com mence at 730 oclock is as tollow- sMusicMeditationMary M Ma thenyOpening prayerPastpr l Scripture LessonProverbs Song Different Departments of E L Sex plained Leader 1 Biography of Whittier Harris Coleman MooreRaneySolo Miss Fettro 3 In Olden TimeMrs Jesse Wai terDuetMies Kate Davis Raney Miss Grace Brady 4Maudo MullerMiss Anna Darst QuartetMiss Nancy Yeager Mrs J W Williams Miss Louella White Mrs J J Dickey 5 The Daughter Miss Mary Spoonamorc Duet Miss Mrs Walter 6 Barbara FritchieMrs Jlck eMy Soul sad 1MIsa Fettro Lizards Crawling So Fishermen Are Getting Tackle I And Bait Rbfady Died In the woot disciples of Izaalc Walton are getting out fishing tackle and beginning to dig bait preparatory to an onslaught on tho finny tribe if tho weather continues favorable Dix river and Hanging Fork are said to be full of fish this spring just waiting for the anglers to come after them Among those Inveterate fishermen getting rea for the spring campaign lire Ed Wil kinson George H Farris J C McJClary Jim Reid Henrv Farris J Hays and others The fishermen say that when the lizards begin to crawl baaa are getting and the signs are all pointing tbatwaynow The fishing season at r opens the IfStli of May and closes the 1st of September but only the members of the big Club are permitted to angle there t Q Itw INTERIORJOURNALI 4 HVBRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At 1 Per Year in Advance iSHELTON SAUFLEYPublishe Entered at tho Post OIBco at Stanford Ky as Second Class mall HON HARVEY HELM- notnetoncforUonlreeg candidate Eightfrom the I districtsubject to of the demo erotic pnrty r NEWS NOTES SOME REAL GOOD AFTER ALL PAPERS over the State are havin recent session o the GeneraAssembly and most o r them agree that it did very little in the way of real benefit Very few laws that it enacted were fef much Import- ancet to the people at large while A great carried jokers which will really make them more help massiber will be benefitted by the increase r in salaries and generous appropriation made that is a large number of holders and with tho augmentation o the emoluments of office positions In I the ranks of this of public servants will undoubtedly b come more than ever alluring to th faithfulHowever negligible may have been the actual legislative benefits of the session just closed there can bo n doubt but it accomplished much good in that it revealed in their true colors a number of hitherto so call leaders of the democratic party an some among the republicans too Without the legislative sev eral who seemed to have stood in th- front line for further honors from people might have received these ors then made the burden still greater on their parties and the people Mn who violated pledges ti their constituents during the session just closed are laminated from furthe- consideration for preferment Ha- their true character not been revealed by the legislative work no one can Bay to what extremes they might not have gone if allowed broader and highe- fields of by still delude- constituencies But their political ex- Istence is ended It is well to rid the State of political leaders who evidently hold eo lightly the wishes of those who elevated them to office and disregar- with such impunity their preelectioi We do not believe that democratic party will be held responsi ble in the next State election for thos- democrats in the House and Senit who constantly voted contrary to the will of their any more than I t could be held responsible for the men elected as democrats who refused to support their partys nominee for Uni ted States Senator assisted in the election of a republican The party i 9 well rid of such of power The Legislature may have accom plished much real good after all atfallhIT seems to us been unusually cruel in a political way to Will Price of our neighboring county of Boyle Three times he has been con sidered the democrats of this dis tract for high honors only to become eliminated In ono way or the other And every time he has come up smiling and as hot for the ticket and the nom 1 nee as if he himself were at Its head Of course no one has ever expected anything else from such a true and loy al democrat as he is known to be ibu to take three doses of medicine an- rthen come up with a grin ready foi more and shouting for the victory indicates a little better bran- of democracy than tho ordinary run oi candidates carry in stock When fidelity to is combined with th unquestioned ability possessed by the young attorney thepartv should keep its eye on the man at the first opportunity thereafter express I ton appreciation of proven devotion no form GOVERNOR WILLSON vetoed the leg islative act providing pensions for the ex Confederate soldiers who live in Kentucky During his campaign for gov ernor he frequently told on the stum of the assurances he had that he woul- receive a large part of tho Confederate e vote of the State Many undoubted did vote for him and it seems fit retri button to those who did desert the dem ocratic ticket in the time of its great cat need that they should receive a stone instead ofbread from the man whom they helped into power Tho governo also vetoed the act increasing the sal arles of the State prison commission ers and the act providing for bank ex embers GANNOral got who has long been coming to him Tho day of oneman rule is past and the Boone demagogues find it out the better the country The people are sometime a long time in arousing but when they do take notice right is going to vail A great many believe the dow- fall of Cannon spells the election of a democratic House in the next Congress and prospects for a president in 1912 Lancaster e W K Sh gars of Stanford was over to see his father Judge Wm Shugara Mr R Zleras of Now Liberty Ind was the guest of Mr and Mrs John Ballard Mrs Thos P Wherritt is at home after a visit to her son Claude Wherritt at New Orleans Misses Sue and Birdie Bourne are at home from a visit to Miss Lee Herring of Lexing ton Misses Grace Goode of Huston werejvisitorsMesdames and Jesse Wearen of Stanford were hero the past week visiting Mr and Mrs Joe Nevius Mrs Florence Sullivan has returned to her home in Colorado after a stay with her mother MN Mike of Buckeye J L Francis left this week for a visit to his friends can Barnefde sad Brannon M8JfIrsI San Angelo Texas Harry Tomlinso is back from Ashville where he went to see his sister Miss Maggie Tomlinson and also to accompany her home Mrs Mary Taylor left Satur day for a abort stay with Louisville relatives after which she will go to Mar tins ville Ind for treatment for rhtM matism Mrs H D Arnold and son Stanley Gulley of Mineral Wells Tex who wero called hero on account of the death of her mother were summoned back to Texas on account of Mr Ar nolds illness Mr Tram Conn celebrated his 88th birthday by giving a sumptuous dinner to a number of his friends at his homo near Hiattsville All the guests wished him many happy returns of the occasion Reconstruction work will begin on the Stanford pike in a short time with our new machinery The entire outfit has been received and is now on the county lot- Mslor Wm H Collier one of the best known republican politicians in tho State and ono of tho most popular countyflector in Collector Ludlow Petty office in LouisvilleRecordObituary David Thompson who died at his homo near Lancaster on Feb 55 1910 was in many respects a remarkable man and possessed many excellent traits of character He was born in Rockcastle county Nov 2 1844 On Dec 22 1865 he was married to Miss- Caroline Sno I graag four children being born to this union two of whom sur vlveR E of Crab Orchard and J grandeHe moved to Garrard county in 1882 His wife died Aug 2 1901 His great grandfather was one of the first set tiers of Kentucky coming with Boone in 1774 his grandfather David Warren being the first male white child born In Kentuckydboro in 1775 and his death in 1880 at Josephe theedeceased had the distinction of being a direct descendant from Revolutionary ancestry and his firmness of character and allegiance to what ho conceived to be right in or private life prov distinctiondtice or sharp methods in every walk or condition of life Personally he was very attractive ofdhis convictions and had tho courage to Bfhonesty thedpart of wisdom to emulate his diligence and frugality in all temporal affairs eAFRIEND Here is your Chance to Get a Good Money Making Busi ness at a Bargain ofanestnblfeheddrygoodsIndies Stanford desires to leave the city for per sonal reasons He will tell ont nt a bnrgal It taken at once Htock will invoice shooi 1000 Apply tO INTKUIOK JODUMAL OlUc e for Information PUBLIC SALE Having sold my form the Hunt Singleton place one mile from Orab Orchard on tb0 Mi Vernon road I will on- HATUKDAYMAUOU lath 1910 nglnnlng ot 10 A x sell off all my harm Ing Implements and stock consisting of J I sIx ear old horse 2 milch cowsone Jeraey subject to register giving milk the other with cal by aide I atxyearold mare has hsen had yeorltnK colt 2 yearling Jar say heifer calves ubJet to register U sire cornde plows harrows harness surrey in good anew wagon 2 oneborne haggles toy In furnldmention Terms made known on day of sale KyeDON VARRICK This magnificently bred young stalllowill make the season of 1V1U at my stable near Htnnford Ky on the Hlieiby Oily pike at SIS to insure n living colt Jon Varrlcl Ultsiu beautiful chestnut short back heavy bone in fact the highest typo of the trotter RrcotOnwllrdTransylvania in a raven heat race In lnt Bonnerdheats nnd sold for K1UOO nnd later for S5 Spanfahin llu making a record of 207 and wasclnss ed as one of tho bit four being one of the greatest mosey winners on the grand clr cult in iw- Onward Hllver Is by Onward one of the greatest and best sons of George Wilkes Onward dam Wall the dam of Director the sire of that grout family of trotters and pacers Don Varrlcks 1st dam was by Boy by George Wilkes a full deterto The Wuysac and half slater to Mad lane Patchen the data of Itubber 210 Winchester tIP 1 Billy Wilton l9 nnd HoggsGreyKegiethodam Patltlen sinontheLexington fore9trotted a half mile on tho uime track nt la months old in 111 and sold for arm Don thenInlJlnndtrack Please note the rich Inheritance of speed on both sides not a link for generations theflourtthingsteeve breedercant miss y looks for size disposition speed and looks See him before booking your mares Season orbredper dayand all care taken but will not be responsible for accidents or escaoei Don Vnrrlck If n 210 trotter if be had the proper handlingAlso at samo place will stand Two Mighty Jacks Two OLJJITON and nUREL Clifton Is a black Jack with light points 4 hlgbIRUSSEL o1dlultAngutnuoh finish and notion as a horse and as n ofthesethuInsuranceaccidents but will not be responsible should alterJuno IEIWOODS WOODS t LH11t WEHave the Superior 2horse corn planter with bothedge and flat dropping plates al so the Superior I horse planters and fertilizers These planters have been tested and give satisfaction galststaisa W H HIGGINS Stanford KentuckyI IInsures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone Mt OfUce 96 Insure with mo and bo fully protected Dinwiddie CO Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods seD CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phone 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY A W CURD AUCTIONEER Burgin Kentuclty I nm a graduate Jones National School uf Auctioneer Chlcaeo and have had ex perience In the big cattle sales nt the Union Block Yards Ohlca here we told 001Ithoroughbreds as high as Icoo I horse sales where 800 sales were made each day Auctioneering Is a science and I have studied It with See or phone me before you arrange for your sale I can ntakosales toyouradvnntage IiIOjKla R Fruit and Ornamental Trees 1 Everything for Orchard Lawn and Harden One Million Strawberry plants Krea Catalogue No Agents HF Hillenmeyer Sons LXXIMOTOM KRXTUOKT Harry JacobsDe- alerIn and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monuments Markers and Posti Cemetery and Lnwn Vases and Hottees Office und works Mo Klnniy Ky TO THE FARMERS l vrlllcoDtlnuo to handle Nerltllzers lathe Jumbo and and ask my old patrons to remember me I also ask the patronage of runny new customers D cIUP1LJ 1 Spring Summer Stock UBvayour measure taken by a tailor of ex Then your clothe whethera low price business suit or the finest evening clothe will have that individuality and nt which plainly indicate arerforaaaxttmtrouser ofancyveest1etoap coats and overcoats and samples pa hand ready for your inspection 110 IIUPU5 The Tailor Stanford Ky J C McCIary I I I Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY O3 t Phone leT omlhonde3 Fish Pennington Insurance and Real Estate All kinds of INSURANCE nil kinds of property Only tho berg est companies represented Hates as low as can bo badanywhere Stanford Ky Phone 200 CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I cur furnish tho public with the twit as well as the rrthwt of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs flowers on abort notice Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral In connection with the stare I havo all kind of vegetables on hand at reasonable DrlCM- CmiUBTMANOKKKNllOUKKH Ko JlvJuiiAiin 1noH Stanford Xy CONCRETINGWearoinposition cretins such as Block and In fact wo can stake any thing from e house down to a fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee nr lclnss work Mil and get our prices before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky FARM FOR SALE I My farmbf 61crM of good land well 1m roved welt watered and It Is located seven miles Ironltanford In the May wood section House has six rooms Now barn and other necessary outbuildings A bargain 1t sold at once LIVINORTOtfIt J J BELDEN For house carriage and sign painting deco rntivopaper hanging also buggy trimmIng of all kinds such as tops recovered curtains and boots mode HtopoTtr Aldrld e blacksmith shop West Main St Stanford Ky Phone NottX J J BKLDHN Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock of Oro ceries and Hardware Doing bust ness Wilt Invoice lt ason III health OHO DHOPPKRHtanfonlIlCy R B MAHONEY Pre J T WHITE Becy W S FISH Treag The Citizens Realty and Title Cot r iU Farms bouses and lots for rent ealejor exchange PcreoBS desiring rjuiok sales or purchases in really qf all kinds Call on it write at STANFORD KY Promptness and Reasonable Commissions Our Specialty Phone 200 s o WALKOVER y There is not a shoe on the globe todayI with the same amount of Advertising the same amount of beauty wear and style as The Walkover The prices are the same to you as they were before the advance 11 j in the price of everything we use They cost ns more it is true but for years we have advertised WALKOVER SHOES at I 350 4 450 and 5 lt i and we are delivering them to you at old prices but less profit tOYS il J I I y All styles leathers and lasts irk both high and low shoes i f 00 H J McftOBBRTS I STANFORD KENTUCKY a fE E a + i- asL Peony It H Coffey E R Coleman Dr Hess 9 0Pu1tyanacpaI tamof lifcaro and keep them is m good thrifty conditioJTho incrc m payfor Y m Drag191are l1 PENNYS DRUG TO EI1Btsenford Kentucky l When You Have pXedUce 1 To Sell Call r I t loA H B Northcott r1 Stanford Ky Phone 153 THURMAN K TUDOR Uauipr F7F T rH C v 4 F O 1 r 1- y MAROII 22nd 1910 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY PAGE THREE Ia DRUGGETS O dnlggetesiii9LACE CURTAINS o draperieso pcr yd Swiai and Mission draperies at lOo to 25c fi Shadest1 u1 We carry all widths and lengths in Shades plain and duplex 25c to 81li iiWo also carry extra wide shades in etock at 2fic ta SOc ICHS than you usually si fay NEEDLES Bobbins and Shuttles fo all towing machines at Pennys Drug 4 Store f PERSONALS MRS Joie LYNN OFFEY and Mm J I II Coffey spent Saturday in Danville S Mils MAIIK HAHDIN spent several days In Louisville last week tMit W P Wllur was the guest ot George P Crow In Danville WAY of Richmond was 1Intown on business 1 MARIE MAIIONY Is tho guest of Miss Clara Collier nt Crab OrchardJ Miss MARQAKBT McCiuuE is III at her homo with what la feared to bo ty tuyerIM TUCKER has returned I AnchorageLoulsvlllo W J NuwaON representing tho Woodmen Brotherhood has tho guest of Mack Lawson MESDAUKS JACKSON and Spicer of near Danville were here shopping Sat urday Miss ETHEL HILTON has been the I gueat of her sister Miss Susie Hilton t at Lancaster Silts JOHN SMITH who has been III f with u much bettor her knowf Lebanon 1 Junction arrived Sunday for a little + I j visit to Mrs Mettle Nevlus- MiutJ s CATIIEUINB MCCLARY and little daughter Erne Wither are the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs M S Baughman In tho country LancasterI s ter Mr J C Kubtnks here returned home Thursday IL L COIIY representing tho Conti nental Coal Co of Chattanooga was calling on customers here taut week Miss LBTTIB BADS of Moreland spent Wednesday here lnltlI house returned to Pittsburg Pa on Saturday Do J M URONAUQH joined bin wife over Sunday at the homo of his parents 1Mr Mrs It H Uronaugh at Crab t GAIT S M DUNCAN of Lancaster spent Saturday and Sunday with hla sister Allll Charlotte L Warren Ho- I stopped by returning from Atlanta where had been for his hllllhIDR MONTGOMERY of Danville was railed into consultation by tho physi cians who arc attending John Owsley I Held Tho popular young man is said conditionI come up f Monday morning to eau Mr Held who had a bad night after showing some improvement Saturday Miss LOUBLLA WiitTR is family of Mr A A Sharpe of Nlch1 oluvIUIwho has been confined to her bed with for several weeks Is whooplnK1eouRh and is rapidly im proving HENRY PiitLUrrs who has been very til with tho grip is somewhat better MRS H J McHonERTS spent last I Friday with Lancaster friends 1 MISSES MARY and WIULIK TRAYLOII who1 have been guests of Misn Ella May I Saunders returned home to Richmond i today JAS T MENEFEE traveling repre I sentative of theShcrwInWillinms Paint Company spent Saturday at homer I A T NUNNKLLBY is in Louisville on business 4 AURKUua C DUNN of Crab Orchard MondayJNO was in MondayK days In Somerset on business Du W B PENNY of Danville was tho guest of relatives and friends hero SatunlavIt guest of his ton W P Kincaid an family here- EASTER will be celebrated with a childrens service at tho Presbyterian church next Sunday morning at 11 0 clock MRS MARY PENNY and Dr W II Penny went to Louisville for a short visitMR FRED II REGER of Ireland W Va contractor foreman for tho Stan dard Oil Co is visiting Miss Lilllo Eada at Hustonvillu I LAMONT HANKLA son of Postmaster Hankla of Junction City has been appointed chief clerk under Mas QCMRS T S WenD and son Rowan returned Saturday to their home at Krioxville after some time spent with her parents Judgo and Mrs M C Snuflty presrrlptlonlatwith his uncle Wallace Walter at Rings Mountain and then visited Ar thur Hill and family Ho is just recu p + rating from n hard attack of pn u monte and Is 01T duty for a ahort time TUB millinery openings on Saturday had tho femlnlnn portion of Stanfords population in a flutter nnd all of the millinery stores were visited by those seeking fashionable Easter headgear The display of handsome hats brought on by local milliners this season is said to be the boat in years TUB Baptist parsonage on College street was tho scene last Friday even ing of an elegant social affair the oc ca lon being the CCth wedding anniversary of Uov 0 M Bury About 100 invitations were sent out besides a cot dial invitation to tho congregation of the church and tho homo was crowded from 8 until 11 with friends of the popular minister and his family Besides guestsIa largo table in the library presented a scene with Ita array of handsome pros cnu Refreshments wore served dur dog the evening and several musical numbers wero thoroughly enjoyed Among throe present from a distance wero Mr and Mrs Kennedy Boone county parents of Mrs HueySom snot Times ILOCALS Pence Bros Stanford iDOGS killed two fine Belgian hares for Will Wearcn ono night last week PLYMOUTH ROCK ghamand Black Minorca eggs for sale 1 per 15 Ed Hubbard CANNEr COAL the best for spring time use 18e a bushel delivered J II Baughman Co 71 I I NEW Spring and Sum mer styles on sale Now i If anything little lit smart er and more exclusive titanj usual The kind you see en Pans boulevards Fifth Avenue too Every last and f leather that a woman could J ossilly want at anllttme CUMMINS WEAKEN STANFORD KY l to FOR THE HOUSE BEAUTIFOL mado more ex J than usu NJbnvc furuishingde Wo have the- gods that will make your Houle brightunli attractive Dont buy until you rco our line wo will interest you in our largo variety aucl low pri- cesSEVERANCE SONSTANFORD KENTUCKY CAR of Northern Seed oats just re celved mixed and white extra nice J H Baughman Co 71 stalliontho stable of J C Bailey at Crab Orch ard The pedigree and description of this great sire appear next issue FOUNDPieceof paper Owner can get same by identifying and pay McAllaterdR Kincaid bought two nice hors lor3GO otU1 toHomerTUB pay train came to town last Sat theEllen lIalonctR L Berry Hustonville Ky 710 PORK Plymouth Rock eggs 1 for NunnelleyTurnerlville Folt SALEFew Uolf hatchingMrsD No1WANTED to trade lumber for barn SippleT allklndllF Cummins residence Satisfaction guaranteed OUR great low sale still on and were still selling everything below cost Better come S Gold steinCOMMON1VEALTIiArrO RNEy CHARLES thodrysHarrdsburg I RAVE rondo a change inmy buggy and implement businoss and all who owe an account that is past duo will please call and settle at once Also all notes that are duo tend past duo must be paid at once E T Pence negloctlyou are paid the same way Writes anywhereforpoliciesCompaniesfew as good Special inducements for the next GO days Write Ed C Gaines The Insurance Man Lancaster Kye Amusement and Enter tainment Every Evening TIll Intent and heat run of moving picture lolkldolhtbllnluht Only a and lib- Ew1LGltxasnuuu rune Htanford Ky Public Sale of a Valu able Town Lot in- Stanford Ky A nnn location tor builnru Tbla lot Is an Ideal one for a hotel or botol und itore rooms beuvnlh n wholesale house tobacco or hemp warehouse cold storage plant coal yard n farmer warehouse or elevator and cnn bo connected with It N It IL by n shunt truck U near the Iotfronu on De pot mid Lancaster streets unit can lx used build two residence front I UK on the nbovu street If not sold privately this property will be sold country court day on April 11th 1810 Miss JENNIE IAKKKU OAKlKNTER Georgetown Ky POSTED strictlyforblahuntingpaiilug on our places and will prosecute vi olators to the full extent of the law I Mils Mottle Howoi llelrhenbnoh Broi I TraylorUibumooocb Nunnelle1JJKMruoe David Htovens JohnOamenltch WntOordler Dan 11 U Elmore ClotllbOltck Fred Handorf JJThompion U M Anderson J F Moser Mr snit drsJaIt Ksd A Klbaia Mrs N J norton MrsUeoLoganWRev Father Leo DaGGPerry UaURbmnntlrlRhMn Margaret Oooch lacoh Uander Cloo O Given W HTraylor Ham Itoberti John Jafer Amend Schaefer M Jillofuiann E T 11ollv1 AUMatheny BOwkioyMH Tllarrll n o WntkJtis It lOrow- MrNannlelLGood KMcOloro j AndertonOnrr Anton Itonecker VonQruenlganT OarptfuterVJohn H Leo n Hevlers Uhrlitlnn Jacob Tom Ferrlll iaykAlexK 11 Denhnin hoary Ulddcr IrU Anderson DOoooh iuGoliil T A tire Itouben Curtis Uhrls Oaiuenlsoh James Bmltb Tlniley Bpoonamore rW Carter A LOnrter UrlmelzJIt it Gaines MM Mattio White Miss Mary Pepplei W It Keeton Jame A FRESH bread baked every day salt rising a specialty Hortons restaurant 7f King Eagle JrPedigreeSired S T Harris E RoyalKinr2S55 Mounts 2584 wan by the noted tire Csbbelli Lexington F S Kin Eaclei lit dam Hip 3579 she by Ege Bud lOKheby Old King Eagle 750 dam Red Lion 3d dam Harris Den I JimDellnon she byOld Drcnnon 2nd dam Copper Hot thoroughbred Note King Eagle u five years old dark bay with one white hind foot nice mace and taiL He stands lull 16 34 hands high weight 1425 lbs wayA of speed style and action and his colts show that uabreeder He had cobs lo come last Spring that the owners refuted 150 for before weaning time He will make the season of 1910 at off ngCrttked parted with or bred elsewhere without my content forfeits the insurance and the money be comet due at the time ollocb trantaction Care will be taken lo prevent accident but not letpon tible should any occur Will alto stand a GOOD MULE JACK SAM KEENE sued by S T Harm great Keene andout of a pedigreed jennet Sam it 14 12 hands high black with white point He hat proved himself to be a good bleeder Willatand at 58 to insure a living colt A lien retained on all colts until the teatoa money it paid C G CALDWELL em SON R F D 4 WAYNESBURG KY Phone in residence Waynaburg Farmen Ex L N TIME TABLE No lHoutbUMr u No a Houth1045 A M No 24 North 440 A M No n North 4411 r K No77 IOJ A M No ItIO r MI JOS S RICE Agent ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE I THOSE havUip claims against the estate of Geo B Saufley deceased are notified to present same to the under signed properly proven for payment Those owing him will please make settlement with me at once George L Penny administrator JlBeazeyCo UndertaKer and Embalm era Also neaten in Furniture Matling8Rugs They will exchange Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right s STANFORD KENTUCKY MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge NoIOF A A M will meet In stated communication on each first and third Monday nights of each month nt 7Sp oclock In their hall on nmln vtreeet titan ford Ky Members of llwr lodges are fra ternally Invited to be prevent T Mr Pen nlORton Boo W A TRIBBLE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28l Night Phone 133 Stanford KentwcHy CLEMENS HOTEL J L ELKIN Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKY Large airy outnldo rooms Commercial travelers ipectalty Bpeclal Tutee by week or month The proprietor Iso former Lin coin county man anti bis friends mould re member when stopping In his town NEW MUSIC I We have pieced In stock u line lino of vo+ cal nud Instrumental inualo nil sold at To per copy sale nt order any special piece Oe Shugars tSk Tanners Drug Htore Stanford Ktstuckf T TI CARPETS We show a large line of goods in the roll from a granite or sultana at 2j j to tho best all wool at 65c and Vie e 1 MATTINGS t J t attractlveness t i fLINOLEUMS and OIL CLOTHS g Un 0 you learned the value of a good linoleum It is by far the best forrhalltiming rooms or kitchens Pretty patterns at 40c 45c and 50c per 1 ynrd 9 1 i f- JL R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin 1 f UnderweartMuslin k New striking Frenchy undergarments gowns made of fine embroidery beautifullaceAnother stylo n beautiful embroidery flounce Corset covers linenJapefrom 25c to 8150 Wo ore also showing a new line of silk petticoats mndo of Ivery fine taffeta silks several different styles some with tho tail t ored bands others with flounce or fine tucks and plaits tb 4 fhad in black and colors prices from 8398 to SG efThese we cooilexccpUoooUy good values HUGHES MARTIN CO Ii Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY I fl I Ihave Itof childrens suits We feel that we can please you The patterns are I good all have knickcr Locker pants well made throughout WE PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY IS Tinging Plumbing Heating Dont let 1010 pass without having hot and cold water through your house with a beautiful white r Porcelain Bath Outfiti Have W K WARNER to install your country water workRitk reasonable prices and guarantee w We also carry In stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS Roofing atRoofing Paints v Calland see us Telephone 188 W K WARNER Stanford Ky W L MCARTYPren E C WALTONVPres LRHUQHESST Stanford Real Estate Co Stanford KentucKx a Farms anil Town Property Handled on Commission Stocks and Bohd Sold II yon Have Property to Sell or Rent Notify Us A T a Writo for Circular to C L R HUGHES Secretary Stanford Kyi J 1HL II C 4 aT S PAGE FOUR THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KT MARCII22ndy1010 lItIs Time You Were Thinking about Your Spring and Summer J Clothes and we are all Ready With a Big J Stock For Your Choosing I We offer you aCity stock to select from and give you much better attention and quicker service and take a personal interest in pleasing you We can sell mu- chlcheaper than the City as our expenses are much less while we buy as cheap as the t Store in the City We are the only store in Central Ky that has a RESIDENT BUYER in New York City This enables usto keep in close touch with all the change of fashion I We fiet the new things almost as quick as New York f TAILORED SUITS have in stock over 200 new tailored suits smart snappy tWedifferent from the ordinary Made as only first class can make them All the popular shades of Grey Tan Pongee Blues etc White 11 serges and black suits from DRESSES Full line of the new Accordeon pleated silk dresses in all colors Other dresses of Pongee Foulard Rajah Taffetas etc suitable for street reception or evening wear Prices of silks i from 15 to 50 White Lingerie dresses nt every price up to 40 in a great variety of styles Wash dresses in linens ging hams reps etc at all I prices House dresses at is a little early for these but we are showing a full line of tailored linen coat suits I from 45 125 150 I WASH SUITS- It 30 SILK WAISTS I Special line of Seco silk waists in black white and all colors at 250 Another line of plain taffeta stripe taffeta and satin at 375 usually sold at 5 Accordeon Iwaists waists at 375 I t CHILDRENS DRESSES We have just a choice line of wash dresses for cluk for all sizes from 6 to 14 Iidren Prices from r WASH WAISTS I All kinds to from either tailored styles or lingerie from SOctoSlO We offer three kinds of strictly waists made of PURE IRISH LINEN I t I25 to tailored each a fv PIECE SILK An immense stock of silks by the yard Many new dress silks for street dresses and party dresses at 35c and 50c Foulard silks at 75c and up Rajah silks at 50c to 1 Pongees silks 36 inch at 1 Japonica silks and Costume Chiffon in all colors 27 inch at 25c yd It will pay you to see our silks are new new no we as Five good second hand for dale B D Carter Stanford Two work mares for sale A T Knnnelley At Lancaster W B Burton bought of Mark Coins n four year old gelding for 300 R E Henry sold to S K Dudderar nice Jersey cow for 65 A H Bastin sold to J I Hamilton a lair of mare mules for- tOO J W Broaddus bought 11 shoats at Sic per pound also a mare for 12760 It is claimed that there are sere tobacco beds this year than ever before and the indications are that z feesght 19 mules and seven horses in Wilson N C at an average of 204 50 Record 9 FOR SALE25 threeyear old mules AH broken and in good working order raM on or phone Logan Hubble Lan- daater R F D No1 L C McLcpn has sold his farm near Garrard county to Mr ajughtly of county at 5M6 per acre The place contains 150 3 ree 1Y htrnew of a regular dealer vlere you can get quality J C Mc nH1iz p Alt aM4r 15 2 7 to received 3 select excellent style G F Gooch of sold to Sam Bell an aged mule for 125 A T Nunnellev sold 10 head of nice cattle to R A on Hanging Fork Thursday A bay bobtailed pony belonging to O P Cecil of Danville was stolen from Robert Irvines place FOR SALE75 to 100 bushels of or chard grass seed Extra good 160 per bushel B B King Moreland e THE crack Fercheron stallion Sidi owed by Willis Adams of London was received by W 0 Walker hero this week who will stand him here Watch for ad in I J I have a nice alx year old bay horse for sale perfectly sound entle to drive works and rides well W P Kincaid Dr George Cowan sold his farm of 264 acres near Danville on the Huston vine pike to Charles and Thomas Met calfe Joshua B Adams at 115 per SALE Pure Boone seed corn 125 per bushel See sample at Lincoln Cdunty National and First National Banks Also 15 bushels of of Njcholaaville and G to JT Allen of at prices ranging from 4 to5jc J MtJsmtU tJ iluane ry vIiatayakiJ b WASH GOODS J We have in stock over 1000 pieces of new wash fabricsat every price from lOc up Our stock of is the largest t you will see and nil at old prices We have full color lilies of French Lina Crashe repp Silk Poplins suitings Galateas Madras eta Take the time to look at these lin- esWHITE GOODS Flaxons at 15c 20c and 25c Sherctto at 20c and 25c Linen Lawns from 30c to 85c Batistes from 23c to 75c In fact all kinds of white goods that is in demand Be sure to look nt the Marquesettes Voiles and Sablettes These are nil new waisting materials Also the new nil over embroidered Batistes for waists And while on white goods dont forget the new allover embroideries for waists and overskirts and the 27 inch flounces as you are sure to want them DRESS LINENS White dress linens in any kind and weight desired from the sheerest linen lawns up to the heaviest linens All from a good union dress linen 34 inches wide at 15c yd up to the finest If you cannot see them here write for This line is the Aristocrat of the underwear world The best fitting and best made ofthem all We have ladies union suits at 50c to 2 Mens union suits froml to2 Chil drens at 50c Just try these one time and you will know why they can sell 20000 each day CORSETSW- hy be satisfied with an illfitting corset whep you can be fitted with a Redfern Warners or Gossard front of sizes in all qualities from v 1 to that we carry the largest stock of Sterling silver table ware in Central Ky The only place where you will find a line of such as Paul Revere Colonial LaFayette And not only will you find the correct styles and best goods but also the lowest prices or SKIRTS Panama skirts Voile skirts Serge skirts and Novelty skirts at all prices from 5 up All sizes from 22 waists to 36 waists We just opening up our spring lines of ladies and children shoes Every thing old stock at alL For ladies haveall the very latest shapes of oxfords pumps in patent leather gunmetal Cravenette All freshly made stock and prices as low possible for high grade work A BROBERTSONBROo DEPARTMENT buggies yeariwshippedyrem ifcjrantevilie Washington ultntrrraVye4ixY iWtt to 125 qualities McKinney Nunnelley fairly acreFOR countywhite EmbryJrtoBeasley ginghams anywhere French Auchtermuchty Mercerized mercerized Austrian qualities samplesMUNSING UNDERWEAR perfectly Rustproof lacing SILVERWARE Remember patterns and and FARMERS fiveyearold Pervanco Lee Hill bought a very fancy trotting mare from George Lunsford at a high figure J M Pettus sold three fine broodmares to Sjnlth Baughman at a private price v J L Beazley sold a handsome black gelding last week to W B Burton of Lancaster for 300 splendid stand at the stock yards hero under John Cooks care II Manufactured THarrisPive year old mare for sale safe or child work anywhere Apply at Adamss livery stable 72 NOTICE I orMrrowISAVE YOUR FOWLS I poultryremedyon boohoo certainty to cure and prevent Gapes Cholera Iloitp dewcaaeamakal2gsllunsofinedfclaeFortho CurelIIoolrby Bourbon Remedy Co 6 Inoorporatcd I Kt U S A At All Leadtno Drugalts 6Oo pr Bottle Trial Vial rre J Sold By SH GARS and TANNER II Ma + awt4ur w41 a IIH Ja JUST RECEIVED I I A Big Line ocW1 WALL PAPER5M Mailings and rugs it will pay you to examine our line be fore you buy Dont forget we arc makersI KentuckyM I- e ccd water best pens out i lo of Louisville or1 jccillgISTANFORD KY We also do general hitch and feed BEAU NABOTII 4X0 Hired by Nnt othloIl UcrorJlliijllcnu Nnboths first lIm Nom by Novnl URI record lfll1 by second dam lell Jr ilrvd lIyMlroloUtllIl JOallphllllarlb III dam Oliver thoroughbred Iiftli Imm tired by Wngnertlxth dam alrwl by Imp Tronhy seventh dam tired by ThnrntonV llnttler Iloau Nnbolh U n large hone standing It hands and weighing condition IM founds When ho become uc i iulnted with Un story of his limited education you begot to rtollao that lit Is truly h Uelllllrkhl hnrl1lAI tnlllon that he must lie it Brent hone ii proved by the wonderful that he tint male Witts very little handling he hat proven to bo the ohll1IJlloll burDen tUilllon of Kentucky Ho has won over the Itwit horieithnt ha produced Ilcad of him and will ice that there Bro no Iwtter bred ttalllon In Kentucky than hull Ho llntclaii combined hones Rive him n tuddlH Mears 1111 will Kit you a Middlu colt give him n trotter mure will get trotting colt m811111r hun Nltbolh 1s combined with more record funillh itlmn iiiODt any lion In Kentucky iioriin Wllkn Klectloneer Knmlltonlon unit four erouei of thoroilffhwea to give him tunilnn CloinounU set thin hone he lives without n fault ha la perfect front end to end hit three crcpi of colts ennnot Iw cxcillwl by any how Will utiiiid nt the Nunnelley Block YHrdn Jonnttooknnrotnkerphone 101 the beat ivrK J M IKTrUM Phone 43 sings Htanfonl Ky SHERIFFS SALE Ity vlrttio execution No 30 directed to me which lUlled from the Olerki cilice of the Lincoln quarterly court in Juror of Mat Preston against J II Hcuiloy I or Qua ot my Iepnlll will on- MONUAYAlJtIl 4tb1010 21oclockIn Htnnford Lincoln county Ky ux pose to public sale tobe Idortho following prollerty r 0 binichthttreaf Imay IMI necessary to cutHfv 1lnlntllT dobt Intureat nun costS to11I OnfrbayiUilllpn nbout M yenr 1111 b of Lincoln H iulrrol about 16 hands litiib now In UrllUll Ilenzl yx pouciiloci nt nld stable Jevled upon ai thepropurly of J It Ofnzley TKKM8 on it credit orI3 months bond with wcurlty quUedbuiinnRlntereitntthe rote or II per cent per annum from dny of and hav- Ing te force and fleet of n ante bond Witness my linlldt lth day of March 1819 4cl1A1tVVHherlain U Auctioneer I loITer ray services to the of Lin1 coin county wan Hatlnfiirtlon guaranteed H VT MoWHOUTKIl UortUnd Ky ItV U 01 B tldonce TOrnerirUI w t Ifyou have anything to sell n the STOCK ME Take it to Nunnelleys New Stock Yards Ho buy and sells every day in the year except Sunday Bring eft your stock IJcst market in the State with plenty bf and covered Hiiughnmn table TIlE WAKPIELDI amui TrStSl MoKlnnnyKyAug 15 IVI nil farm Knit Aurora N tHared by Hare Dovlt Ltq horse show winning be won seven elm III IIIOnIIlIJl NnUonnllIl1uo Hhow first dent Amerlcu moo tour oars oldrecord sire of Aunerlenn tulle three yeurarecordand luntbnrs III 3IIIAl1I sou of Onward 1411 rrcurd ltrij litiof Onward Mllver3W nudlfbothers In tAllht Onwnrdwits sired hy tleo Wllka 1519 Hte 1llIlIIlIurllm tired by Mninhrlro King 1273 tlro of NO Including Manor J IJj third dams Dollel byNutwood record 91MOttslroof lbo in tM lilt fourth dnmTopnxby Htrnlhmnro fw tlrv of BO In- VU Hit fifth dam Willard Albion sixth Ham Ned by Edwin Forest Mtvcnth Lady Turner by Mambrlvo Chief IL Tim Wtrneld linn extra liliilt class hone not frnld of anythingnhlghnctorniid as weir broken ninny horse In nod out of has a Rood coat and carrion nice head and tall this la anlrotrotter hoatu tped n mile lnudnyihnndllng31l Tho Wnrtleld U a truly made lior grand individuality land bred In lines that oIlUII to become n lira of Jiolo seeing that helm ton of tt rice homo and turnout Progenitor Lure IXtvll 3M the tatter earned limo title of the Iollllrch or till home stretch whtln on the turf and after rotlromont to the stud ncqulrod lniiurUhablu mnawn nt 11 tire Not only have limo Dare Devil IlrJveelllroot race horses but the family furnishedh- um noted show ring winners nt well ns Uiiro Devil and Jliibrlno Kung Muth being lhnmplan allow stnllloua Nail nnl fnino received more In the Ihow ringmonotbntt any two he world rnrmonesumo n living colt Will also stand good black Jack rlgRlltl Young tired by llrlgnoller ho runs book to Urlgnoller on Ittth tide leis colts told for more money than any jack In Htanfonl Ito It V yt bnniln stands welt on Mi tout n turn wayv801 MKlnnoy Ky When Hungry Gore Oarsous Restaurant Luncaiter Htroot Htanford K t Menli lorved at nil hours up to Hao r M net place lu town for n good quick multi Cooking to suit our ouitomcriouripeqlaUjv Splendid jGroceriesnot Coffee Bandwlcbei plei Ilutter milk amid sweet milk etc at all thus w A CARSONr Prop