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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): March 22, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 int1910032201_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): March 22, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Interior Journal, VOL. XXXVII. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 1910. KO. 7 NEW WAY TO CLIP BLIND TIGER'S CLAWS Grand MaslcMlcrc A largo nttondanco Is To-nlfth- l. BRAKEMAN HELD BLOODY BATTLE TO Tobacco Barns Coins Up. Tobacco barns arc going up nil over thn county. It la estimated that folly u uo7.cn new uarns win dc uuill Dclore I FEAST OF WISDOM AND FLOW OF SOUL expected nt the regular meeting of Stanford Lodge of ' UNDER BOND OF $150 I DEATH IN GARRARD Odd Fellows when Grand Mas Judge Mcnefce Takes the Booze'tcrl. N. wilitam.. of Lexington, will b present to Inspect the lodge and do Away Before Suspect Has Cltancc to Sell It. 4 J&& v; other for Daniel Traylor. As the result of a shot gun and pis- The banquet given by the adult Bihlo tol duel Thursday afternoon at Hourne, class of tho Christian church of uarraru county, ureedmore Turner Is Cannon's Reign Ended dead and Luther Ray is mortally woundFriday evening, March 18th, Stanford Negro Paroled. ed, with but little hope of his recovery. was probably ono of the most notable Both were prominent farmers living on Insurgent Republicans and Demo- events in the recent history of this adjoining farms. Bad feeling had exchurch, beginning, as It does, a new crats Down Speaker at Last. isted between them for some time lim I locker Released After Serving era, In an effort to enlist the manhood Several years ago Turner was indicted Eight Years for Wife Murder. in the Garrard circuit court for a minor Speaker Cannon, of tho Houso of of tho church In an active service. The ofTcnso and Ray was n witness against spirit of good will and christian fellowhim. Recently the old grudge was re- - Representatives, on Saturday lost the News has just been received hero Kindled by a quarrel over a corner ancient prestige and weapon of that of ship prevailed, and it was demonstratthat through tho efforts of J. M stone, it is said, which marked tho fice when tho allied republican insur- ed that men can enjoy themselves in the prison commi'sion has parolboundary lino of their farms. Since gents and democrats considering the great interests of the ed James Huckcr, or James Dawson, then they had carried guns and further only thethairmanship took from him not kingdom of Christ. a Stanford negro, who has been in the of buteven memtroublo was expected Late Thursday bership In, tho penitentiary n number of years for tho Committee At 7:30, approximately- ,- 100 men afternoon as Ray was entering thogato on Rules, the chief asset in his stock of murder of his wifo Mocker has be-gathered at the church and marched in leading from the turnpike to his farm, power. one of tho liest prisoners ever in the Turner, accompanied by two relatives, penitentiary, the officials thero sny. a body to tho Opera House, where an Amid scenes of wildest came along. The meeting was acci- the liko of which ono mustdisorder, for elaborate menu was nnd has never had a mark against him go back to served. Rev. W. dental, but it was the siirnal for Imme the exciting days just for misconduct of any kind. He has prior diate hostilities. It is not known who war, the veteran speaker, to tho civil S. Willis, minister of the church and served about eight years of a lifo sen almost 74 teacher of ono of the Bible classes, fired the first shot, but Turner and Ray years old, stood erect and defiant, his acttence He voiced the senbegan shooting at each other at closo head "bloodied, but unbowed." And ed as As ordinary paroles do not tako ef range with double barrel shot guns. at the end, when a big1 Texan democrat timent of all present when he said that fect until 90 days after being granted, When these were emptied each drew accepted tho Speaker's daring chal- in attempting to express his appreciahe will not return hero fur about a their pistols and continued firing until lenge and introduced a resolution to tion of the good things the ladies had month. both were severely wounded. Although fling him out of the Speakership, tho so graciously prepared for the occasion, dry territory Tor the purKo of sale I,oo yood not long ujkwi the order of both were bleeding and almost ready republicans, regulars and insurgents, he felt like the little boy who chanced going after the liquor when he saw Rain at Right Time. to drop in their tracks, they reloaded with few exceptions, rallied with al- upon a sugar barrel and wished for a his their weapons and continued firing until most unbroken party front and gave thousand tongues and time to do tho thatJudgo Mcnefce meant business. Turner was deud and Ray had five bul- him a vote which almost ITset tho "re- subject justice. lie brought the live quart) into court At tho conclusion of the repast, the and seemed glad to get oft so easily. let wounds in various purts of his body. pudiation of Cannoni-Will Help Oats Crop, But Farm-cr" first speaker, Rev. D. M. Walker, of Between 25 and SO shots were fired. Judge Mencfee says that if the reThis is what happened: By a vote of Not Pleased With Wheat. Ray's most serious wound is in his i'Jl to l&o the republican insurgents Stanford, was Introduced. His address cords of the express olllce hero could head, where a slug from Turner's gun voting solidly with the democrats, the J on "A Man s Place in tho Kingdom of be examined they would show that over God," wagji study of tho developing 300 quarts of whisky have been receivtook effect. Ho was also shot in the tiouse auoptedthe resolution Small Crop of Lambs Farmers in this part of tho State arc of Kepre or numan ed here in Stanford alncu the lust week feeling good over the rainfall of Sun Ma was re- sentative Norris. republican of Nebras- abdomen nnd shoulder XF i"uer "". tu- He has not ascertained day afternoon nnd night, and say that in January. moved to his homo and Thursday night ' h n he said th just who got all of the illicit stuff, but they could stand a littlu moro and not was nblo to tell tho sheriir of tho bat- Ru'.esToZit?eeenal,ZintJl,U,0fm says he is going to mako It interesting suffer. They say that it came at just Expected This Season, As Old tle. Dr. Mack Elliott dressed his wounds. for the recipients If he can And that the right tlmo to do tho most good to Sheep Are in Poor Order. the Speaker ineligible to membership manhood. Turner, the dead man. Is a former thereon. any of it Is being offered for sale. the oats crop, of which a large acreage This was followed by an address on Judge Menefee has also Rono after is expected this year native of Bell county, but moved to By the curiously identical vote of 191 Sheep raisers in this section of the Our Boys," by Mr. S. S. Robinson, of Idle loafers with a vengeance, nnd say Wheat in this section Is not doing State are busy right now taking care Uarrard several years ago. He was to lo5 hut with a decidedly dilTerent' the Hustonville graded school. end nil that he intends to clear tho cltj of all much good this fleafon,, according to the of the lambs which aro arriving, but related to "Old Jack" Turner, leader of personnel of alignment the Houso de felt that the sneaker was certainly well the Turner family in Bell county severwho frequent street corners with ap. best polled farmers. Tho lack of covold breeders say tlint the lamb crop feated a resolution by Representative prepared , parontly no visible means of support. ering of snow to protect tho young and this Benson will not he up to tho nor al years ago, and who was killed in a Burleson, of Texas, declaring the speak- velopment to taxe nis place in the deof the boy lifo of HustonHe was nlso related to Pineville hotel He fined Frank Masonheimer, of tender shoots during the extreme cold and costs for vagrancy Chap of February ami even be f uro that in mil. The old sheep are In bad shape Leo Turner, of "Quarter House" fame, ership vacant and ordering an imme- ville. as a result of the very severe winter, but was not in the Quarter House fight, diate election of a successor to Mr. W. G. Montgomery came next Bauahman. a Negro, got 30 daya In jail January, hurt the prospects very much. on the program with "Our Citizenship" for vagrancy and a linn of S'Jo and 10 A numtH-- r of farmers became so dis- and in consequence the supply of lambs having left Bell county several years will not be of the best as his subject. He declared that it was before its occurrence. days in jail for carrying concealed a couraged iiver the prospect for a good "The old sheep aro in very bad time for the church to enter politics Ray is a member of a prominent nnd deadly weapon. Kate Walker caught a yield thai th'v plowed up their wheat Were Burglars Busy? shape," said a sheep raiser and to carry the principles of the Man flno of 120 on n statutory charge, itnd Holds and j.!nnted oats for a later today. "Muny of the lambs of this numerous Garrard county family. He of Galilee into public life killed Edward Brown at Buckeye sevwas dismissed on a vagrancy charge, ns crop year's crop were born early during the eral years ngo. The lock on the door of tho grocery Prof. J. N. McVey, of Burnside, next she showed that she had a means of M O. VanDeveer, late cold weather ami fully two thirds As a result of the coroner s investi- of on East Main spoke in a most interesting way on support. Very few sheep gation Friday of the tragedy, Gilbert street, was broken last Thursday nignt, "Over the Hills to Hustonville." them perished of C. W. B. M. Praise Service breeders were prepared to care for lambs Turner, son Creedmore Turner, was and an intruder evidently visited the Rev. W. II. F. Jones, of the Baptist store-roofor some ulterior purpose. church, spoke on "Our Ministry" and in such cold weather so late in the sealaced under arrest as an accessory, it Lincoln County Boy son. The lamb crop is going to be very E eing ulleged from tho testimony be- Mr. VanDeveer found the cash drawer the keynote of his remarks was that Will Be Conducted This Week short in Lincoln and the surrounding fore tho coroner's jury that ho partici pulled wide open when he came down the man who responds to the concious counties this season. call of God to enter the christian minpated in the battle and fired several Friday morning, but as it had containWith Various Leaders. Winning Fame and Fortune In ed only a fow pennies, no money was istry has Indeed undertaken a man's shots at Ray. Mining Came Out West. Frank Turner, cousin of the dead secured. So far as he could ascertain, job; and that instead of the church beWill Soon Move West. Tho Christian Women's Hoard of man. was exonerated, as it was shown nothing was taken 'from the stock of ing a field to be tended by tho minister, Missions will conduct IU regular prayer it is a power to be wielded. .that he was Unarmed and did not join the grocery. J. L. Tanner, a former Lincoln coun- and praise servico beginning Tuesday, The last on the program was Rev. F. J. L. Johnson, of King's Mountain, is with his kinsmen In the fight. making a fortune in the ty boy, who is M. Tinder, of the Lancaster Christian March 22; Mrs. i'amelia Hrown, leader making preparations to join his family mining game at Spokane, Washington, Free Garden Seeds. Wednesday, March 23, Miss Jennie L at Mood uiver, uregon. In Is arrang church, his subjectbeing. "OurHomes." In renewing his subscription to the I Ho declared that behind our National New Bank at Liberty preparatory to J. writes these notes, which will bo of Hocker, 0leader. Thursday. March 21, ing his business affairs family Mrs. J Carpenter, leader. Friday, leaving. His son and Congressman Harvey Helm has just and church life lay the home, and that have been interest to his many friends here: March , Mrs W. M Hright, sent to the Interior journal a sack upon it depended the christianizing of "I have been living hero for the past Saturday. March 2t5, Mrs. Wm. leader. settled in tho Western country for some Severtho race. which ho four years in 'Sunny Old Spokane,' ance, leader. The lecture room of the time and soy they aro greatly pleased Subscriptions to Stock Being So of garden seed,among its says are to Delightful music at frequent interbe distributed friends. Each with the country and tho people. There licitedOther Casey News. known far and wide as the apple-shorrcet-inpackage of seed contains corn, carrots, vals made the occasion moro enjoyable, is quito a rolony of Lincoln county peo ' town of tho world, and also for its church will be the place of each thn last one, which will ple in tho Hood River country, which excepting lettuce, radish, watermelon, parsnip and all are Indeed grateful to Mr. Wilmild, equable climate. We read about be held with Mrs. C. E Tate. The A movement is on foot among Casey lis and the ladies of the church for tho blizzards and miserable weather time is 2:30 each afternoon. All ore is not far from Portland, and nil of county capitalists for thoeatahlishment and turnip seeds. The friends of the evening's enjoyment. the Interior Journal are invited to come they have back Hast and the middle most cordially invited to attend. The them keep in touch with affairs ut of another bank at Liberty. E. L. Gad to its office and get these seeds as long home through the I. J. West, and while it is true we havp meeting on Friday will bo at 10 A. M. berry, who has been teaching school at as they last tome cold weather here, it turns cold "Evening With Whittier." Middleburg, is soliciting stock, and will or hot so gradually wo scarcely notice Baby Dies at Moreland. bo cashier if tho plans mature. It is it, and business goes on hero almost unThis and That. Very Welcome. Visitors proposed to start with $15,000 capital, disturbed. Measles, grip and whooping cough Two banks will make the capital of the The mining industry in the famous Stanford amusement lovers have a Will Be Given By Epworth League seem to be epidemic In the Moreland btate of Casey quite a financial center. treat in store for them next Saturday Coour D' Alcne mountains of Idaho, On Friday Evening. The Casey County News says that at evening when Coburn's Greater Minsome GO to 75 miles from here, has been Public School Room Receiving and Hustonvillo sections and over in Casoy county. Tho little tho sale of personal property at R. B strels come to Walton's Opera House largely instrumental in building up Most Will Win Prize. The Epworth League, of the Metho-dis- t old son of Mr. and Mrs Thompson Jasper's, deceased, everything sold Those who have seen it say there is not Spokano from a mero hamlet 25 year church will have an "Evening Hughes, of Moreland, died last week of high: sheop at $0 50, hogs at GJe, cat n dull moment not a eingle meodicre ago to a city of nearly 160.000 inhabiVisitors are very welcome at the pneumonia nnd whooping cough. A tle $1 90, corn $3 75, four yearling feature in the big show provided by With Whittier" at the church nest Fritants, and for its size, one of tho busiStanford Graded School just at present, number of other children are reported muled over $100 each. The Bonta tract Manager Coburn this season. Every- day evening, to which all aro cordially est cities in the world of land of 2,600 acres on Damron's thing new, bright and thoroughly en- invited. The program, which will comTell Mr. K. C. Walton if he Is not al- for a prizo of u handsome book has been ill with theso maladies of childhood. Creek, below Dunnville, has been sold joyable. Clean comedy, catchy music, mence at 7:30 o'clock is as tollows: ready located and he ever means to offered to tho grade which has tho larg Music "Meditation"-Ma- ry M. Tho little tine dancing, clever specialties and to Win. Hobaon at $16.25 leave 'the best town on the map' to est number of visitors, patrons and Dona Break Down. Peck, como out hero, as we need him to help friends to call beforo a certain stated Severe strains on the vital organs, daughter of Abo Harrison, of falling the latest novelties in vaudeville and friendly rivalry Opening prayer Pastor. broken limb by a black-fac- e mako of Spokane by 1915 a city of u time. Thero is much imitations and fun Pat like btralnson machinery, causo break- sustained aweek. Scripture Lesson Proverbs. Her father quarter of a million. I am now in the and competition between tho dilTerent downs You can't over-ta- x stomach, horse last grand jury and was was on Crawford, "Thn Man from Dixie." rooms, and it is said that tho young Song excused Tom Post, "Ole Vaginny," Harry Fran-klethe Casey Our mines consist of mining business liver, kidneys, bowols or nerve withDifferent Departments of E L exBilly Blackwell, Harry Hespen. plained. nearly 700 acres, situated In the Coeur sters go out to thu highwaysin. and by out serious danger to yourself. If to go home Mrs. J. F. Gadberry and Leader. their visRuth, of I)' Alcno district, and are in gold, sil- ways to invite open guests Tommy Galvin, all wideor under daughter.Boyle and Phil, who were you are woak or 1 Biography The second session of tho Liter of -- Whittier Harris Garrard counties, awake black-fac- e ver, copper and lead We uro known ary Society performers, whose Coleman, of any Kind, tako F.leclrlc Hit- iting in of the school was held Fri strain on account of her son imitations, singing, dancjng and jokes as the Mammoth Lode Mining & Mill day ters the matchless tonic medicine, were called home afternoon, and there was a splen2 "In School Days"-M- ary Mooro Luther, having measles. Mrs. Melissa ing Co , and aro capitalized at (3,000. did attendance. The Eighth grade pu- Mrs. J. E Van do Sarnie, of Klrklaml, Adams, who is very ill, was brought nnd capers will pleaso all and offend- Raney. 1 hey travel in their own specW0." none. Solo-M- iss pils rendered tho program, which was 111., writes; "That I did not break back homo from Deming. New Mexico cial Fettro. car and carry 23 people Don't miss 3 "In Olden Time" Mrs. Jessa Walexceptionally good and was enjoyed by down, while enduring n most severe News has the street parade and hear strain, for thro mont'.s, Is duowholly Castle, Ind , been received of from New concert. Next Saturday, 'JGththe band ter all. of the death Miss AnCome, Get A Book UVo them and to Electric Hitters.' Duet Miss Kate Davis Raney, Miss Mr. William Williams and Rev. enloy health and strength. Satisfac- na Sharp, who was reared on Brush Creek, but had been thero for three Severanco will go to Louisville to Jos. Grace Brady. Second Masonic Register. atposltlvoly guaranteed. S0o ut years, where she had a good position Muller"-MI- ss tion 4 "Maude Anna Report of Agricultural Depart tend the big automobile show now go- Darst. Penny's Drug Store. as it clerk. Her death was caused by ing on there Theso gentlemen are ment of Interest to Farmers. Yeager, Mrs. Tho Mt. Vernon Signal says that afQuartet Miss Nancy acute indigestion. She was a splendid very much interested in automobiles ter three years nlfort S. C. Franklin. J. VV. Williams, Miss Louella White, young woman, a member of the Chris-'tia- just at present, as they hope to open Always a Candidate. a Mrs J J Diclccv secretary of Ashlund Lodge No. GtO, F. church and a daughter of tho late Probably tho most complete comC "The perfected u members' reg Witch's Daughter" Miss Logan Sharp, of Brush Creek. Her re' garage hero in the near future. Frankpendium of Information on Kentucky's & A. M. has is fort Journal. v un ut. ... n i. r Mary Spoonamore thu second ono to be in ueciarinc nunseiis nercnniaicnnui-i- ? ister, which agricultural wealth ami possibilities madoin the Stato of Kentucky. Tho date for Congress in this district. Fon- i "J"""5SVu,r "V Duet-M- iss Fettro, Mrs. Walteiv. F. M. Marshback, of North Carolina, over gotten up Is tho biennial report of book Uindexed and shows tho name and taine Fox Bobbitt, the sago of Crab burial, after funeral services by Eld. G and Miss Maggie Hamlin, the attract'Dick"Barbara Fritchie"-M- rs. Q. Montgomery. the State Department of Agriculture, duto of initiation and much other infor- Orchard, declares In a card ive daughter of Mr and Mrs. A II. ey Forestry and Immigration just Issued mation regarding every member am a candidato now, while Spring . . . Iss "I Hamlin, were married at the home of Fettro. 7 "My Soul aid of the hy Agriculture Commissioner M C lodge tho bride's parents at Mt Vernon, tho in is robing herself in grtcn and decking I Good Meeting at Logan S LrCCK. Rankin at Frankfort, Besides being a abovedown to from Us organization re- herself with flowers and when Summer ,.. r l'JIO. This work ds of Rev C. C. Metcalf officiating 1847 .i Mr perfect encyclopedia of information on markable interest to all Masons who comes with her fervent heat and moro' tSd ibvllev jf J Dickey assis 1 and Mrs. Marshback will likely remain Lizards Crawling, all topics of Interest to Kentucky furm-er!, gorgeous flowers and ripening berries. ",n traveled tho Eastern o ii0bhi in in Rockcastlo. the volumo contains in synopsis havehalls of old Ashland, road through I shall still be In tl Congressional slnceTs Among the tho y N. Haskell was exonerGov. Churles service complete information about every coun-,tVreo patch; and when November 1817 of The sem ated of tho charge of misappropriation of the State, and thon takos up tho namesthn charter members C of Williams, comes with its mournful winds sighing So Fishermen Are Getting Tackle following: J h by and mismanagement of State funds in incorporated citiea of tho iStato through the leanest; .trees, I shall stil - . b t wi,be t And Bait Rettdy. next h report filed in the Legislature at gives valuablo information Henry Frederick, R U. Williams, A. counties and rn,,Z' day night, to be continued ten days Guthrie, Okla , by the House commitconcerning each. The books also con- C. Dysart, Alfred Smith, Oavid N ".T"L"'Z M, R Moore, Charles and W. longer. tee composed of five democrats and two tain an agricultural map of the State, Lowis, Died in the wool disciples of Izaalc U. K. kind old Winter can Bpread Iter snowy republicans ahowing the diversified products of each H. Kirtley, MWilliam McClure, L. Jon- - blanket over me, and the next term, Walton are getting out fishing tackle J. Mlllor. James Hethurum. county, which alone Is valuablo addi- lin, Willis and Thomas K, Adams and Phoenix- - ke. I shall rise again for an of A Fiond. L. Isaacs, aged 62, former ComThe Lash and beginning to dig bait, preparatory John tion to any home With thu exception of J. C. other raco, until I go where Congress would huvo been about as welcome to monwealth's attorney for the Laurel to an onslaught on tho finny tribe, if Tho editor of the Interior Journal others, or perchance such A. Cooper, of Oswego, N. V., as amer-cile- county district and well known through- tho weather continues favorable. Dix or Carthago, , and J. ional honors are dim, Williams, has received about 100 copies of these L. Jonlin. now Harrodsburg. ill Kv.. all honors will not keep off tho heat." cough that dolled out this section of tho Stute, died at river and Hanging Fork are said to bo of volumes from the State Department of his homo ut .Isaacs, in Jackson county full of fish this spring just waiting for all remedies for years. "It wus mo-distribution among Ita have passed over the dark river and to Agriculture for the anglers to come after them. Among Half a million dollars, a record high troublesome at night," ho vt riles, and will glva them out as long the (Jrand bongo on nign friends, those inveterate fishermen getting reaprice for a painting, was paid for tho "nothing helped me till I used I)r It Saved His Leer. they last; first come, first served. Wilas dy for tho spring KIolt's Now Discovery whlck cured mo Breathe Hyomei and euro catarrh-bot- tle colebrated portrait of Franz Hals, tho completely J C. Mc- I uver cough at night "All thought I'd lose my leg," kinson. George II Dutch painter, and his family, painted of Hyomei 50 cents; with Inhaler by himself Tho purchaser was Otto now " Millions know Its matchless writes J. A. Swonson, of Watertown Clsry, Jim Reid, Henrv Karris, J. C. A Man or Iron Nervo. $1. G. L. Penny guarantees it. Fine uie nsiiermen say Kahn, the hanker. J, P Morgan bid merit for stubborn colds, obstinate Wis. "Ten years of eczema, that 15 Hays and omen Indomitable will and tromendousoner-g- y for coughs, colds and sqro throats. begin not between $350,000 and $100,000 for tho coughs, soro lungs, la grippe, asthma, doctors couldThen cure, bad at last tliet when tho lizards and theto crawl, are never fount where Stomach, signs are Uuoklen's Arnica bass aro getting rip, hemorrhage, croup, wuoopiug cougn. laid uto up. picture. Liver, Kidneys and Bownls are out of all pointing that way now. The fishing g or luy fever, It relieves quickly and Salv.1 cured It, sound and well." order. If you wnt these qualities and There were 208 business failures in Gov. Wlllson signed the bill for Skin Eruptions, Eczema, season at the reservoir opens the 15Ui $10,000 for the Home for Incur never falls to satisfy. A trial con the success they bring, use Dr. King's the United States for the week ending Fever Sores, of May and closes the 1st of SeptemCoo. fit Trial bottle free. Salt Kbeum, BolU. New Lite fills, the matchless regula- March 17 as compared with 266 for last ables, supported by the King's Daugh- - vinces. Scalds, Cuts at ber, but only the members of the Fishtors, for keen brain and strong body, week. 224 in the like week of 1909, 903 ters.' Most of the other appropriation It's positively guaranteed by Penny's J Jlurns, Drug Store. and Tiles. ing Club are permitted to angle there. Penny's Dru Store. ana iso in lave. bills will get the ax. iW9, ioi ib Police Judge John N. Mcnefce, Jr believes that a "atitch in time laves nine" r.d that "an ounce of proven tlcn la worth a pound nf euro," At least ono would judge that he la a believer in those old time adages from the original methods which ho employes in handling the cases of nil i'gcd "blind ti ger" operators which como within Ids cognizance in this city. Stnnford has been dry for several years, but there is a large amount of boose received here bv express. Judge Menefce has been keening his eyu on the trnlllc and last week when Hill Lee, a well known Negro, got five quarts out of the express olllce, Judge Mens fee fent for him. Ho told him that he knew ho did not get that much llnuor for any legitimate purpose, and that union he brought it Into court nt once, he would Kent) and get it and also jail In Leo for having liquor in his osse-sms liver a short address. Delegates from tho Odd Follows Lodged of Crab Orchard and Lancaster will be present to , greet the high nlllccr. To AnsweMo Grand Jury on The Creed Turner Killed By Luther 'chreX?nncre Marked Gathering of Men As Charge of Shooting "Buck- Will Stone has just contracted to pit Ray, Who May Also Die From Guests of Popular Huston- up a large, modern combined stock and skin Bill" Dalton. Wounds Received. villc Christian Pastor tobacco barn for A T. Traylor and nn " Hus-tnnvll- lo Tom Evans and Will Foley, brake-me- n on tho L. & N. between Rowland and Livingston, wero both arrested, charged with firing tho shot which broke tho right leg of "Buckskin Hill" Ualton, tho 1G year-ollad, nt Rowland, last week. Uoth men denied the charge, but indications pointed to tho guilt of Evans and he wus hId in $100 bond to uwait the action of the grand jury, next month. His homo is in KocKcuaile county Information as to tho Identity of tho brakemen on the trains which passed up the road from here last week on the day of the shooting, was obtained thro' tho railroad officials; and when the crews came back to Rowland on tho return run, officers took the two men in charge nnd hailed them beforo County Judgu llailev A conductor on ono of the freight trains, for, it seems, that two pulled out nt almost the same time that day, gave tho officers tho most tangible evidence that could be secured until the wounded boy's limb knits sufficiently lor him to appear in court I he con ductor said that ho did not know that either of the two men had fired the shot, but if they had, ho knew that it had not been Foley. Upon this state and Evans merit. Foley was relcn-e- d held. He gave the bond required, with ljick ltampton as surety. d U yt toast-maste- r. m Z f';"""7. " " E fe Dan-vllle.- well-know- 2-- g. s' y. , run-dow- first-clas- s, n ."" "i""" ! .. I"-M- r...i. l..i. s, PJhVe op-pe- SS' wk' naj ?i", "'L,"" si luug-rackl- ng camp-iiuiiureE- appro-orlatin- aie nt Peso? 'a Drug Store. is iwi "a Itufil Mb. IMWU mmm$iwwnt VWwfP wiff 9ip"M'tWif f'""yy rmmfT' " "p ri&rmt'-m-rT?- ! TACE TWO THE INTBRIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. San Angelo, Texas. Harry Tomlinson is back from Ashvllle, N. 0., where he went to see his sister, Miss Maggie Tomlinsdn, and also to accompany her home. Mrs. Mary Taylor left Saturday for a short stay with Louisville relatives, after which sho will go to Martinsville, lnd., for treatment for rheumatism. Mrs. H. D. Arnold and ton, Stanley Gullcy, of Mineral Wells, Tex . who wcro called here on account of the death of her mother, were summoned back to Texas on account of Mr. Arnold's Illness. Mr. Tram Conn celebrated his 88th birthday by giving n sumptuous dinner to a number of his friends at his homo near Hiattsvlllc. All the guests wish ed him many happy returns of the occasion. Reconstruction work will begin on the Stanford ntke in a short time with The entire outfit! our now machinery has been received and is now on the countv lot. Major Wm. II. Collier, one of tho best known republican politicians In tho State and ono of the most popular leaders of the party in Garrard county, has been appointed district deputy col lector in Collector uudlow retry onice in Louisville. Record. MARCH 22nd, 101t The HVBRT Interior Journal Established TUESDAY 1872. At ft AND FJHDAY Tcr Year In Advance. 8AUFLEY 8HELTON Publliher r WE Have the Superior rsc WALKOVER Mil v I OIllco at Stan ford, Ky., ns Second Class mall. Entered at tho Post HON. HARVEY HELM county, Is n enndldnte for from tlm highlit miinintloiiforOonnreM district, smijecno mo nemm ui un emtio party, of lncolo NEWS NOTES. SOME REAL GOOD, AFTEIl ALL. tho State are having much to sav about thu recent sessfnn of tho General Assembly, nnd most of them agreo that it did very little in tho wav of real benefit. Very fow laws that It enacted were of much import anco to the people at large, while a great many of them carried "jokers" which will really make them more helpful to the "interests" than to the mass of the people. Of course, a large number will be benelltted by the increaso in salaries, and generous appropriations made; that is, a large number of officeholders; and with the augmentation of tho emoluments of office, positions in the ranks of thi9 already populous body of public servants will undoubtedly become more than ever alluring to the 1'ArERS over corn planter with both edge and flat dropping plates, also the Superior I horse, planters and fertilizers. These planters have been tested and give satisfaction. -- liH vT IB Obituary. David Thompson, who died at his home near Lancaster, on Feb, 25, 1910, was in many respects a remarkable man and possessed many excellent traits of character. He was born in On Kockcastlo county Nov. 2, Dec. 22, 1865. ho was married to Miss Snodgrass, four children being Caroline born to this union, two of whom sur vive K E., of Crab Orchard, and J. Wilkes Dooth. of Gnrrard. five grand children also surviving. lie moved to uarraru countv in list. His wife died Aug. 2. 1901. His great grand-fathe- r was one of the first settlers of Kentucky, coming with Boone in 1774, his grandfather, David Warren, being the first male white child born in tho territory now comprising Kentucky, his birth occurring at old Fort Booties, boro in 1775, and his death in I860, at the advanced age of 105 years. Joseph Warren, a leader in the battle of Hunk er Hill, was a great uncle. Thus the deceased had the distinction of being a direct descendant from Revolutionary ancestry, and his firmness of character and allegiance to what he conceived to be right, in public or private life, proved him to be worthy of this distinction. He abhorred and detested corrupt prac tice or sharp methods in every walk or condition of life. Personally, he was very attractive. courteous, affable, and possessed of strong mental powers He was truo to his convictions and had tho courage to assert, advocate and defend them. By honesty, industry and consistent bust ness methods he had accumulated con siderable property, and it would be the Iarkui wisuom iu uinumiu ma uuiK?nc and frugality in all temporal affairs 18-1- i Ik. H. HICGINS, wm " rtCGISTlRCO I rV V lib CMC XKI Stanford, Kentucky. Lm E&K WBFSfi'lEIIDWf Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns. J. C. McCIary, n '? Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man. faithful. There is not a shoe on the globe today with the same amount of Advertising, the same amount of beauty, wear and style as However negligible may have been the actual legislative benefits of the session just closed, there can bo no doubt but that it accomplished much good in that it revealed in their true colors a number of hitherto leaders of the democratic party, and some among the republicans, too. Without the legislative searchlight sev-erwho seemed to have stood in the front line for further honors from the people, might have received these honors and then made the burden still greater on their parties and tho people. STANFORD, KY. Oillce, Ilesldence l'lione Insure with me ami bo fully s; f. The Walkover. true, but protected. The prices arc the same to you as they were before the advance in the price of everything we use. They Cost ns more, it is a! Men who openly violated pledges to their constituents during the session just closed are eliminated from further Had consideration for preferment. their true character not been revealed by the legislative work, no one can say to what extremes they might not have gone, if allowed broader and higher fields of operations by still deluded constituencies. But their political existence 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 disregard with such impunity their We do not believe that the promises. democratic party will be held responsi ble in the next State election for those democrats in the House and Senate who constantly voted contrary to the will of their people any more than it could be held responsible for the men, elected as democrats, who refused to support their party's nominee for United States Senator, and assisted in the election of a republican. The party is well rid of such "embzzlers of power " The Legislature may have accomplished much real good after all. n Dinwiddie & Co., Hustonville, Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an of goods. up-to-date Undertaker. EmbaSmor and Ooalorin Hnrnoss, Snddlory, STANFORD, OTt for years we have advertised WALKOVER SHOES at $3.50, $4, $4.50 and $5 and we are delivering them to you afold prices but less profit to us. KY- Home 1'hoin.iV I'hontt, In7. ' i Fish & All styles, leathers and lasts in Pennington, both high and low shoes. ooooo Insurance and Real line A FRIEND. Estate. H. J. McROJBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. O. L. Penny It. 11. Here is your Chance to Get a Good Money Making Business at a Bargain. Tho nrnnrlMorofnnpgtnhllalM'tlrirvi'oorf. Indies furnishings and tliou business In Htnnford desires to lenve the city for personal reasons. IIu will M'll ontutntmrRiiIn, If taken at once. Htockwill lnvolcu about tl,0. Apply to Intkkiok Jouunai. otllce for Information. S. D. CARTER, Now Livorv Dopot Stroot, Phono 96, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, All kin.li of INSUKANCB on nil kinds of property. Only the largest companies represented. Ilates as low as can bo fSlvt hndnuyvtherc. lj rlo Ja&isO&axCsCa 833333330 Policy H. It. Coleman pft Stanford, Ky.. Phono 200. It seems to us that fate has been unusually cruel, in a political way. to Will Price, of our neighboring county of Uoyle. Three times he has been considered by the democrats of this district for high honors, only to become eliminated in one way or the other. And every time he has come up smiling and as hot for the ticket and the noml nee as if ho himself were at its head. Of course, no one has ever expected anything else from such a true and loy al democrat as ne is Known to ue, tout to take three doses of medicine and then come up with a grin, ready for more and shouting for the party's victory, indicates a littlo better brand of democracy than tho ordinary run of randidates carry in stock. When such fidelity to party is combined with the unquestioned ability possessed by the gallant young attorney, the partv should keep its eye on the man, and at the first opportunity thereafter, express its appreciation of such proven devotion in no unsubstantial form. Govehnor Willson vetoed the legislative act providing pensions for the soldiers who live in Kentucky. During his campaign for governor, ho frequently told on the stump of the assurances he had that he would receive a large part of the Confederate vote of the State. Many uhdoubtedly did vote for him, and it seems fit retribution to those who did desert the democratic ticket in the time of its greatest need that they should receive a stono instead of bread from the man whom they helped into power. The governor also vetoed the act increasing the salaries of the State prison commission-er- a and the act providing for bank ex- CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! PUBLIC SALE ! Burrjin, KentucKy. as I can furnish the public with the U-swell as the of cut flowers, plants of I mil a graduateof Jones' National Hchool all kinds, bullx. Dotted flowers, on short exof Auctioneers, Chicago, and ham bad notice. Also make a specialty of wreaths perience In the big cattle sales at tho Union lor for ruiierai puritonc s. stock Yards, tlhlcago, where wh sold some In cosincclton with the nlove, I Iibto all thoroughbreds as blgb as l,rX. Alto In kind of vegetables on band at reasonable horse sales where S1 sales were made each prices. day. Auctioneering Is a science and I hae UIIUIHTMAN GltKKN 1IOUKKH, See Kll llVUHAHIl, I'KOH. studied It with this idea. your or phone me sale, i can ou arrange for before Htnnford, Ky. Dr. Hess' Poultry Panacea Will inuku hens lay, euro than ! of and keep them i good thrifty condition. The incrciiM iu the nuniW-f t'fcg laid, will more than pay lor tho tiiall cxjcn3 of feeding. It i wld nt Peuuy' Drtig btore. diM-nMr 1 ! w m Having sold my farm the Hunt Hlngleton ;iacH one mne jrom t'rao urcunra on mo ll. Vernon road, I will on Mlhlnin UATITIfllAV Utlllttr Hpclniilnc at 10 a. m.. sell oil all inv knriu- Ing Implements, and stock consisting of horse. 2 milch cons. one Jersey subject to register giving milk, the other can oy sine, i mare nas who been bml. 2 vearllnir colts. 2 vefirllnc Jer sey belfercahea subject to register, V nice Mori, one corn planter with checker combined. 1 riding cultl a tor, 1 mowing machine Plow a, narrows, ournsss, surrey m gooa as new, wagon, t one.borse buggies, bay In the mow, lorn In the crib, household furniture and other things too numerous to mention. Terms made known on day of sale, V. K. MONK.arnbOrchard. Kv.. J. I", Chandler. Auct. 1 fnsbt maiosalestoouradvuutage, rilOMCSS-l- t Fruit and Ornamental Trees I CONCRETING tlr.t-clas- DON VARRICK This magnificently bred vounc stallion will make thu season of 1V1U at my stable near Htnnford, Ky., on theHhelby Olty pike ut J15 to Insure it living colt. Don Varrlck IslH-jlieautlful chestnut short buck heavy bone In fact the highest tiwof tho trotter and perfect disposition. He Is by the great Onward Hllver 2:05. that won the W,tiO Transylvania In h se en heat raco In M and tbesumejeur Hon the llO.oi) Homier Memorial and the M. and M. all in broken beats nnd sold for lilAM) and later for us.. i. Don varrlck Is bred exactly like Hpnii- Isb Queen that won the SOU) Trans) Ivunlu In l'.ui muklng a record ot:07 and wuscluss-e- d us one of thu bit four, being one of the greatest money winner on the gruud circuit In ltt. Onward Miner Is by Onward, one of the createst and best sons of Qeoree U'llken. Unnard'sdam was thu dam of Director, the siroui tuut greut juuiuy oi irouers ana pacers, lion Vurrlcks 1st dam was by Wilkes Hoy, by George Wilkes a full sister to The Wuy3:15.,aud half sister to Mad- lone futcben the dum of Itubber 2:1(1, miiy vt nion x:w, una uiciiciier MlssU. !!:., 2nd dum Mury by Hogg's Grey Kaglethedam of The Wuy and Madlene I'atltlen, Don V&rrlck'sdam produced Dr. Conner that paced u publlo half mile on the Lexington track nt II mouths Iu 1:m; and sold toN. W. Hublngerof New Ilnten for 1,0, she ulso produced Maggie Igo, that trotted u half mile on the name track ut 18 months old In 1:11 and sold for 3uo. Don Varrlck Is fust game and always on the trot, very rarely ever leases his feet. In weeks hundllng last Kail hetrotted u mur. teron half mile track In Hec. half In l:ltand the mile ln2:27Konine outside of track. I'leaso note the rich Inheritance of BDeeu on uuiu siues. nui u missinu miir tnr generations, llrted to this fellow und you ciiu . miss tuo ivur luius. every oreeuer looks for sUe, disposition, speed und looks, Soeblm before booking your mures. Kaainn money due when mares urn parted with or bred to unotber horse. Mures kept ut 10c pur day ami all euro tnken, but will not lie responsible for uccldents or escaoes. Don Varrlck Is a 2:10 trotter If he hud the proper handling. Also at same place will stand u Kvervthlng for Orchard, I .awn and Garden. -- We aruln position to do all kinds of conOno Million Htruw berry plants. Free Catalogue. creting, such as lllock Work. 1'avements Mo Agents. and. In fact, wo can lunku nny thing from c house down to a fence post. We can serve s yoa promptly and guarantee H..F. Hillcnmcyer & Sons, work and material, (loll nnd get our prices before you buy your mnterlal at least, KH.NTCOKY, I.RXI.ICITOK, Harry Jacobs, Dealer In and Manufacturer - PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, fl Stanford, Kentucky. of.' f)Tacrrof gnoU land, well lm- Is for sale froved.well watered und fenced.Htunford In Markers and l'osts, Cemetery and Ijiwn the M ti T woodseven miles from ill rooms. sectlou. House has Vases and bettees, Otllce and works, Mc New burn and other necessary outbuildings. Kinney, Ky. A bargain If sold nt once. J.T, MVIJiGHTOn. It. F. 1). No. 1, Htunford, Ky Marblo and Cranito- Monu- FARM FOR SALE! My farmof ments, 0BBEeSSSBBBS2R TO THE FARMERS. aminers. :;;,, 1 wlllcontlnue to handle Fertilisers In the Jumbo and MoKlnney section and ask my old patrons to remember me, I also ask tbe patronage of many now customers. D.C.HII'1'I.K, tondon, ky. J. J. BELDEN, For honsc, carriage and sign painting decorative naner banning also buggy trimming of all kinds such as tops recovered curtains und boats made. Htooover AldrlditeVi black smith shop West Main HI., Hlnnford Ky,, '1'boneNo.StX. J J. UKLDIIN. finally got what has long been coming to him. The day n rule is past and the sooner of demagogues find it out the better for the country. The people are sometimes long time in arousing, but when they do take notice, right is going to pre vail. A great many believe the down fall of Cannon spells the election of a democratic House in the next Congress, and prospects for a president in 1912. one-ma- Speaker Cannon Spring & Summer Stock. ii. Have'your measure taken by a tailor of ex. perleuce. Then your clothes, whether a low price business suit or the finest evening olothea, will nave that Individuality and nt which plainly Indicate tbey were made to your muisure, I will also take your measI desire to sell privately my stock of Oro' ure tor trousers, fancy vests, top coats" and overcoats. Fall and winter cerlesana Hardware, iioing a gooa bust' samples pii hand ready for your Inspection. ness. Will Invoice about R.a.'U, iteason liiaeaitn. II. O. HIU'LKY. The Tailor. GKO. D. HOI'I'KK, Hlanford Htauford. Ky. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. :y. H 5 L i $f K. B. Lancaster. - MAHONEY, Pre. J. T. WHITE, Beo'y. Tf. S. FISH, Trca. W, K- ShuRars, of Stanford, waaover to seems rather, Judge wm. shupars. Mr. II. Zlema, of New Liberty, Intl., was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Ballard. Mrs. Thos. P. Wherrltt Is at home, after a visit to her son, Claude Two Mighty JacKs Two, OLIFTONand HITbHKL. Wherrltt, at New Orleans. Misses Sue Clifton Is u bluck luck with llL'bt imlnt. and Birdio Bourne are at homo from a years old last Heptember, li1, bunds highi visit to Miss Lee Herring, of Lexing- wiiu u iiiuieiuess neiui anu eur, well set on plenty bone aud substance ton, Misses Grace Goode, of Huston. a rung aneck, hasbe Is not umi us breeder surpussed. vine, and Miner, 01 iieUReviiie, weroi visitors in Lancaster the past week. Ii,ubilll!k jack RUSSEL wun light ,.ye Mesdames Elizabeth Dillion and Jesso lust August, full is4 bauds high wit a horse, and as u Wearen. of Stanford, were here the much llulih and notion as any breeder be theeoualof past week, visiting Mr. and Mrs, Jpo these Jacksis III serve mares ulluck.toIinth ,( w III) Insure Nevius, Mrs. Florence Sullivan has it living colt. Trading the mure forfeits the returned to her home in Colorado, after Insurance. Oaruwlllbo taken to prevent a stay with her mother, Mr. Mike Ray, uccldents, but will not beresponslbluibould any occur. Jennets will be cared for of Buckeye, J. L Francis left this June 1st. and bred by private contract. after week for a visit to his friends, Messrs. K. l WOODS, J, II, WOODM. osa Buruide and Brannon Beailey, of The Citizens Realty and Title Co Farms, houeea aud lota for rent, ealo'or exchange I'creoas deeiriug quwk talcs or purclnisefl in realty of all kinds. Call ou r writout STANFORD, KY When You Have- - To Sell Call Promptness and Reasonable Commissions Our Specialty. 'Phone 200. igiv;"Lt' vfif '"urnrnmdb i fl. B. Northcott, jxAti tit Stanford, Ky. Thouo 153. THURMAN K. TUDOB, UtmAgtt. it , Xggt"'fe::TiV,i' t -- teia i f WWW,IW&fhfr'' jjjtFgsfTJ rnf V r- "v Trr"-"- - MARairsajrf, ioio THE INTERIOR .JOURNAL', STANFORD, KY. PAGE THRES 8 . nounnPT LACE CURTAINS. $H&rOfcHHMH& w 3 f 1 !: Wo have nlxiut 15 pretty pattern in Jf Ill.fiO to 'H. Seootir ocinI niwileiw 4J Ta poetry nm! Magnetic dnifrgoU !)x!2 rug nt $12.f)0. $ J Wo hnvc nbout doubled our blowing of window riirtnlni ttml drnpcrici", laco rurlniiM in Nottingham, Colicl, Net nnii Minion Net ut 7flc to 87.50 per yd. Swim ami Mioxiou liruperieii nt 10c to '2.ri J FOR THE HOUSE BEAUTIFUL. CARPETS. W o how a large line of goods in the roll from a granite or mltaim nt 25 to tho best all wool at C.c nnd 75c. o p 0 Shades. We rorry nil widlln nm! length in Shade, plain anil tluplox 20c to tl. Wo also carry extra wide shade in Mock nt 2"e ti 50c lew tlinn you utmlly - Wo hnvo inado more extensive preparation' than tisu- al in our houe furnishing tie- partraent. We have the I u.nko your home hright audi L'imxU that will "lattrnetivo. Don't buy until i""""""""" you too our lino, wo will intorei-- t you in our large variety nm! low priori. Si 2 MATTINGS. As mattings crow in topuIarity wo increase our stock in ijiiantity and tractiveness. Good china mattings 1 lc to 35c Jap mattings 18e to 45c at' LINOLEUMS and OIL CLOTHS. Have you learned tho value of a good linoleum. It la by far the host for hall?, dining rooms, or kitchens. Pretty patterns nt 10c, 45c nnd 50c per yard. ooooo o o o o o oooooooooo o o o o o ooooooot :k:o o o o o o oooooo ooooooo o o oo o ox moooooo o O O O O OOOOOOOOOO Nekdi.es, Ilobbins and Shuttle- for A. T Niwnem.ky is in Louisville on all newing machines at l'cnny's Dtag business. , Storo. AunEUUfl C Dunn, of Crab Orchard, was in town early Monday. PERSONALS. Jno U Lynn, of Hustonvllle, was in Mita. Job Lynn'Cofff.y nnd Mrs J. town on business Monday. K S. A l.co UN spent several days In II. Colfoy spent Saturday In Danville. Mn8. Mahk Haiidin spent several Somerset on business. Dn. W. I) Penny, of Danville, was dsya In Louisville lust week Mil. W. I'. Wiill'l was thu. k'ueat of tho guest of relatives nnd friends hero Saturday. Mr. GeorRu 1. Crow, In Danville. J the Jas. F. Conway, of Kichmond, was guestF. Kincaid, of Cincinnati, is and of his son, W. P. Kincaid In town on business, family here. MISS MAIlIB MAIIONY it the RUl'Kt of IC ASTER will bo celebrated with a Misa Clara Collier ut Crab Orchard Miss Maiuiahkt McCi.uiu: is ill at children's service at the Presbyterian her homo with what is feared to bo ty- church next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. phoid fever. Mns Mary Penny and Dr. W II. Misa I HA M. Tuckkii has returned from a visit to relatives at Anchorage, Penny went to Ixiuisvillo for n short visit Louisvillo and W. J. NhWsoN, representing the Mu Fred II. Ittr.Kit. nf Ireland, W Woodmen llrothcrhood, has been the Va,, contractor foreman for tho Stanguest of Mack Lawson. dard Oil Co , is visiting Miss Lillio Fads, of Northern Seed oata just ceived, mixed nnd white, extra nice II. llaughman & Co. 7-- SEVERANCE STANFORD, re- & SO AT, KENTUCKY. o j g m el I 5l O O O O O OOOOS W. O. Mnrtin Car J. Fiiksii bread linked every day; salt rising n specialty, llorton'a restaurant. 7f. A 1 L. R. Hughes T. W. Humble Poliftrre Sirrd byS.T Hsrm' King Esgle Vol 6 A. S II R. No. 2556. he by Roysl King2555i he by On Time 745, he by 72, Roysl King's lit dm MoIIk MounU 2584. hsi by the nolnl tire Csbbell'i Lexiniton F. S. Klnu Eagle's lit dim Hin 3579 he by Csgle HJ 1014, he by Old King Esgle low, dim Red 750. A. T. Nunnelley"boughT30 cattle of mark 2d by Miller Lion, 3d dam Harm Denhe Denmiti45,4th dam by Jim U. D. KfllllV. nf IfllaaAH filinlt. n n high figure. He sold 21 nl-- e feeders to Bell King Essie Ji's Irt dam was Mollie Dren-noshe byOfd Dicnnon, 2nd dam Copper Dot-lor- n uomer t ence. and runs back to Dairy Crockett, thorough-bre- d. Preston, the famous combined stallion, will make tho season of 1010 nt tho stable of J. C. Uailey at Crab Orchard. Tho pedigree and description of this great sirowill appear next issue. Found Piece of paper money. Owner can get samo by identifying nnd paying for notice. J. H. McAlistcr. W. P. Kincaid bouaht two nlrp Imrn. es from J. G. Hurnside, of Garrard, for King Eagle, Jr. Muslin Underwear' Now, striking, Frenchy iindergariiicnts, gowns made of line cambric, several styles trimmed with lace and insertion or embroidery and tending, high or low n.ck with nil style, slccven, petticoats of very lino cambric with deep flounce of licautiful laco and insertion, very dainty in design, nnd extra well nindc. Another style a beautiful embroidery flounce. Cort-e- rovers inado of veryfinc cambric nnd nainsook, trimmed with linen lace others with embroidery yokes, several new styles. Prices from 25c to 8150. We are nlso showing a new line of silk petticoats, made of verj fine taffeta silks, several different styles aorao with tho tail-orbands, others with flounce or fhic tucks and plaits to bo had in black nnd colors prices ranging from 8.1.08 to 8C. Thce we consider exceptionally good values. t m r I, 414 i i with his uncle, Wallace Walter, at Kings Mountain, and then visited Arthur Hill and family Ho is just recuperating from a hard attack of pnu monin and is off duty for a short time. The millinery openings on Saturday had the feminine portion of Stanford's population in n Mutter, nnd all of the millinery stores were vUitod by thoe Miss Lkttik Had, of MoreUnd, Sfeking fashionable Easter headgear. The display of handsome hats brought spnt Wednesday here. JOHN J llooti, who has been engag-e- d on bv local milliners this season is said In carpenter work on the new court to be the best In years. THE Kiptist panonago on College house, returned to Pittsburg, I'a , on street was tho scene last Friday evenSaturday DlL J. M HltOSAUQII joined his wife ing of an elegant social affair, the ocover Sunday at the home ot his parents. casion being the 25th wedding anniverMr, anil Mrs. it. it. iironaugn, nt irnu sary of Kev 0 M. Huey. About 100 invitations were sent out. besides a cor Orchard. Gait. S. M. Duncan, of Lancaster, dial invitation to tho congregation of spont Saturday and Sunday with hUj the church and tho home uus crowded sister, Mrs Charlotte L Warren Hoi from 8 until 11 with friends of the minister and his family. Hesidcs stopped by, returning from Atlanta, well wishes for the future, the guests where he h.id lieen fur his health Dh. MONTCOMKRY, of Danville, was brought oisny costly gifts in silver and railed into consultation bv the physi a larue table in the library presented n cians who aro attending John Owsley scene with its array of handsome presItcld. The Mipular young man is said ents Refreshments were served durto bo in a serious condition ing the evening and several musical Dlt. UOCGESS, of Louisville, come up Monday morning to sen Mr. Iteid. who numbers were thoroughly enjoyed had a bad night, after shoeing some Among thote present from n distnnce improvement, Saturday. were Mr. Bnd Mrs. Kennedy, Hoono Miss I.OUKLLA Willi K is visiting thu county, parents of Mrs. Huey. Som family of Mr. A. A. Sharpe, of Nich-- I erset Times. olasville. Miss Nancy Katiif.mnk McKinnky. i who has bten confined to her bed with ' LOCALS. whooping cough for several weeks, is to sit up now and is rapidly im-able Car of fertilizer just in. Pence Rros , proving. Stanford very Henry Piiilluts, who hat been Docs killed two fine Helglan hares ill with the grip, is somewhat better, Mns II J McKoiiekts spent last for Will Wearen one - night last week. Friday with Lancaster friends Mishkh Mahy and Wll.HK Tiuyloh. : Plymouth Rock, Leghorn and Hlack who have been guests ot Miss Kiln May Minorca eggs for sale. $1 per 10. Bd Saunders, returned home to Kichmond Hubbard op-ulI 1 aa little Mim Catiikkink daughter, Klfio Withers, aro thu guests M S. of her parents, Mr and Mrs llaughman, In tho country Mm). Ur.l.t.U i'KHKlNS, of Lancister, who has been thi guest of her duugh-ter- . Mr. J. C. Lubanks, here, returned home Thursday ILL Cohy. representing tho Continental Coal Co , of Chattanooga, was calling on customers here last week. Note. King Eagle n live yean old; dark bay with one white hind foot, nice made and tail. He standi lull 16 3-- 4 hands high, weight 1.425 lbs. Me.idamkh Jackson and Spiccr, of at Hustonvllle. S C. H. LEOHOHN ecf for unln snu well proportioned in every way. A combined Million with plenty ol ipeed, near Danville, were here shopping Sat La mont Hankla, son of Postmaster Best laying strain. Write or phone Mrs. style and action, and hu colli show that he is a unlay. 7 10 Henry Hankla. of Junction City, has It. L. Uerry, Hustonvllle, Ky. fine bleeder. I le had colli to come last Spring Miss Ktiikl Hilton Ins been the been nppointcd chief clerk under MasPure Plymouth Rotk egs, $1 for that the owners refuted $150 (or before weaning guest of her sister, Miss Susie Hilton, ter Mechanic II. II. Hays, of the Q. & setting of 15. Mrs. A. It. Nunnclley, time. He will make the teaton of 1910 al cnt at Lancaster C. at Danville. barn, one mile wet ol Wavneiburs on Fuhins Miis. John Smith, who has been ill Mns. T S Wenn and son, Kowan, Turnersville. Cretk at $10 to iniuie a living colt. Marei tradwith pneumonia, Is much bettur, her returned Saturday to their home at ed, parted with or bred eltewheie friends will be glad to know. For Sale. Few nico Huff Orping- content forfeits the inturance and the without myet Knoxvllle, same time spent with money Mrs. John I). Nevius, of Lebanon her parents,after Judge and MrB. M. C. ton cockerels. Also eges for hatching such transaction. Care Junction, arrived Sunday for h little Sjulley Mrs. W J. Holtrclaw, Stanford, It !' will bedue at the time ofaccidents taken to prevent but not responvisit to Mrs. Mattie Nevius. O No. 1. sible should any occur. Will also itand a Sam Walter, n prominent prescript McClaky and The pay train enmc to town last Sat ur lay and all local employes of the ' Ellen N." were made happy. tlnnist of Frankfort, snent severnldsys guaranteed uur great low price sale is still on and wo're still selling everything below C " HnM rn4t. Itnttnp jnma ..limbstein. GOOD MULE JACK. SAM KEENE. to trade lumber for barn patterns for corn nnd hay. C. J. e, wed ly S. T. Hams' great Dilly Keene and out pedigreed ol London. lennet. Sam Keene it 14 handt high; black with white points. Hehsi I) ii ess Making and Hewing of all proved himtelf to be a good bleeder. Will stand kinds done by Miss Mary Zeller, at J. at $8 to insure a living colt. A hen retained on F. Cummins' residence. Satisfaction all colts until the teaton money it paid. Wanted, Sip-pi- -2 R. F. D. 4, WAYNESBURG. KY. Plione in residence, Waynetbutg Farmeri' Ex. C. G. CALDWELLfflSON Commonwealth Attorney Charles A. HaIUUN is making sneeches for tho ilrys in the local option campaign in tiarrusuurg. 1 m L. &N. TIMETHBLE p. at No. Jl.Houth.ll-.No. a. Houth, 10. ti A M. No. 24, North. I :W a. a. No. rt. North, f.( r x. No.ifi, A. St. I have made a chance in mr buirirv nnd implement business and all who owe an account that is past duo will piease call and settle ut once. Also all notes that are due and past due must be paid at once. II. T. Pence. No.l,J:iOr. M. JOS. S. RICE.'Agont. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE ! cs Don't delayl In case of lot, you are paid tho samo way. Writes nothing but insurance; will go any where for business Fire, life, accident, cyclone, stock nnd automobile policies Companies old and tried; none better, few as good. Special inducements for the next CO days. Write Ed C. Gaines, The Insuranco Man, Lancaster, Ky. Insure With GAiNEal-Do- n't neg-loc- tl Those havlfip claims against the Geo. B. Saufley, deceased, arc notified to present samo to the undersigned, properly proven, for payment. ThoBo owing him will please make settlement with me at once. George L. tate of Penny, administrator. J,L.Beazley&Co., Amusement and Entertainment Every Evening. t unci Ik it rimof luorlngplcturi't nt Urn Ttit'fttorlunt. ri'ni-- ttit frotn loll.., di'lli'liL the children. A new picture tntry rilnlil OnU antiil Ifl. Knur. (llllCt NHUItll, 1'IMir. Htaiiford. Ky Tin lutr-- r!kssWW " N) ii mmff if it HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, j iS II I MOTHERS! 1 i I , would like to We have you look nt our lino of childrens' suits. Wo feel that we can pleaso you. The patterns aro good, nil have kuicker-bockpant?, well ruado throughout. cr I TSi m Tii iW M'l Jas. T. Menefee, traveling Illinois Taint senlativo of the Sherwin-Ompany, spent Saturday ut homo. today, repre-- 1 ' for use; I9e a bushel delivered. llaughman & Co. Cannel Coal, the best spring-tim- e J. II 7-- 1 Public Sale of a Valuable Town Lot in Stanford. Ky. A fine locution for butlne-a- . TliU lot Ii an lilt ul ono (urn hotvl or hotel nnd store rooma ln'iuiitli, it v. liiilennle home, tnbucro or lii'inp wurtliou, cold storage plant, coul nril ii Inrruer vnreliou or eletntor anil cull lx connected with L.A N. 11. It., tir a. uliort irnek, Umuirtli ilMt, fronts on IK)- - DndertaKers and Embalrr Also Dealers iu Fur nituro, Mattings, Rugs. They will exchange Furniture (or ill Kinds of Stock.gGive Them Call. Price Right. W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, en. pot nun i.niicHiieriiwinii can imi uitxi to lull M realiloncei fronting on thu uIiotu trtcts. ir not tolil nrlvntoly thu property villi t sold publicly Monday, county court dny on April 11th U10. MIHrt JKNNIK PAltKKlt OAltt'KNTEIt. tlcorgetown, Ky. to STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. MASON'S MEET. Tinning, Plumbing, Heating. hot nnd cold water through your J AT POSTED. - mer styles on sale - Now! If anything a little hit smarter and more exclusive than The hind you see usual. en Paris houlevards - Fifth JiJESW Spring and Sum- Avenue too. Every last and leather that a woman could frossihly want at any time. CUMMINS & WEAREN, STANFORD, Ky. We, hole names appear below, strictly forbid huntlnK, nshliic or any kind ot on our places und will proseeute violators to thu full extent of tho luw. Miss M little Ilewci. ItelrhenUtch Ilros, A.T.Traylor, Krcil liauumnn, N, 11. 1'luuuner, Lllbiirn (looch, It.U. Nunnelley, Will Hester, J. W. l'eok, J. W. lluuRbiuutii DavldHtoens, J.K.llruce, JohnUninenlsch Win.Oordlir. M. II. Klmore, DunTrsylor, Kml Ilmiilorf, liotllliOllck. I). M.Audersou, J, J. Thompson, Mr im.1 Mrs. Jus. II. Kids J.K. Moser, Mrs. N. J. llorton A. Kllxna Mrs. (loo. Ignn. J.J.KIIlott. W. It. Dnuglierty, Frank Oordler, Ur. (1. 0. lVrry, Her. Pother U'o, H. II, lUuglnuun, II. W.diilnes. A. 1). ltoot. I'rlith Albright. Mrs. Muruarnt (loucli, .lucoli (lander W. It. Trnylor (leo. (I. (ihens, John Jufer, Ham Roberts, M.J, llofiuuun, AuieudHchnefer, A. It. Mntueny K.T. Ileuiley Mrs, J. II. 0luy. (Inrner, l H. H. ! KiigHley, M.J. Morgan, It.O. Wiitklm, H.T, Harris, It. H.Orow. J. (Ml u ml ley. ('. K. McUluro, Mrs.Nunnlell.Oood, Anton Itoneeker, Anderson Unrr. Krcil VoiHIrueulgiin U M lllshOn, Mrs. Kate Ador T I, HiiUKlinian, Mrs Keliewii It. Uurpciiter ModluU. M. K, Ijiwreiice, W. KopuU, JolillH. Iee, n.Hlers, Tom Kvrrlll, Christian Jiicub Kreil 1'ityk. . W. l'ltumn, J. Ne lit darter, Alex Cooper. Henry ltldder K 11. Denlmm, W. ll.doooh, II.U.Aedersou, T. A. lllie. uus (lulnl. Ohrls Oiimenlsali, Heulien UurtU, Tlnsley Hpoonuiuore James Hniltli, V. W Curler, t I.. Uurter, W. l.(l rimes, II. W.Ualnes W.M. Fields' J.UHoltsolaw, Mrs. Mattie White, It. K.(llue. W. K. Keeton, Miss Mary l'epplei, X. I,. Thompson, J aiues Messer, Uncoln Lodge No. so P. A A. M. will meet lit stated cominunlcatlou on uch ttrst mill Don't let 1910 pass without hnving third Monday nights oleucli month, ut TUB) house with beautiful white a o'clock In their ballon niiiln streeet, Members of sister lodge nre Invited to be present. T. W. Bee. W. A. TRIBBLE. Furniture and Undertaking. Day Phoue 38. Niglrt Phone 133. Have W. K. WARNER to install your couutry water wdrk witk reasonable prices and guarantee. Wo also carry iu stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS; Roofing and Roofing Paints. Telephone, 188. Call and see us. Porcelain Bath Outfit. W. K. WARNER, Stanford, KentttcHy. CLEMENS HOTEL J. L. Eijcin, Pror., DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Lnrse, nlry ouUIJo rooms. OouimercUI HneelHl ruUa by wtk or month. The proprlotor U u turmer l.ln county inuii hiui ins iiienui huuiims re loin inemjber him when Hopping In his town. trHVHli.rsii sDeelultv. Stanford, Ky. L. R. IIUGHES.8. W. L. M'CARTY.Prts. E. C. WALTON, s. Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford, KentucKy. NEW MUSIC slrud, Korsulont f We Imve placed In stock n line lino ot iiiuslo. Hit sold nt W percopv. Will order uny swclal piece dt Stocks und Farms and Town Projierty Hniidled ou Commission. Sold. II yon Have Property to ell or Reut Notify Us. Writo for Circular to Bontk '" Shugars' (EL Tanner's DrugHlom, Stanford, Kentucky. L. R. HUGHES. Secretary, Stanford, Ky; U ' pipwyi wm, lyiuiwjpipipni ii mppinnyMni n jmninmjjwn ICY. w-- r' PAGE FOUR. TIIE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, MARCH 22nd, 1010 t ! It Is Time You Were Thinking about Your Spring and Summer Clothes and we are all Ready With a Big c c (0 Stock For Your Choosing. 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 much cheaper than the City as our expenses are much less while we buy as cheap as the biggest Store in the City. We are the only store in Central Ky., that has a RESIDENT BUYER in New York City. This enables us to keep in close touch with all the change of fashion. We fiet the new things almost as quick as New York. w TAILORED SUITS. We have in stock over 200 new tailored suits smart, snappy Made as only first class styles different from the ordinary. tailors can make them. All the popular shades of Grey, men Tan, Pongee, Blues etc. White serges and black suits from 0 u u C IV 3 c o n C 0 o Q a WASH GOODS. Wc have in stock over 1,000 pieces of new wash fabrics at every price from 10c up. Our stock of ginghams is the largest you will see anywhere nnd all at old prices. Wc have full color lines of French Linn, French Crnshe, Pervanco repp, Silk Poplins, Auchtcrmuchty suitings, Gnlntcas, Madras, etc. Take the time to look at these lines. A 0 O 'if my r CICTTUS n $15 to $45. 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 wenr. Prices of silks ' from $15 to $50. White Lingerie dresses at every price up to $40 in a great variety of styles. Wash dresses in linens, ging hams reps etc., at all prices. House dresses at- - WHITE GOODS. Flaxons at 15c, 20c and 25c. Shcrctte nt 20c and 25c Linen Lawns from 30c to 85c. Mercerized Batistes from 25c to 75c. In fact nil kinds of white goods that is in demnnd. Be sure to look nt the Marquesettcs, Voiles and Sabletles. These are all new waisting materials. Also the new all over embroidered mercerized Batistes for waists. And while on white goods don't forget the new embroideries for waists and overskirts, and the 27 inch flounces, as you are sure to wont them. all-ov- er s CRIITWK 55 Our Spring line of Clothing is better than ever before. It is now open for a $1.25, $1.50, $2. n your Inspection. snappy suit. ;n Call and see that WASH SUITS. It is a little early for these but .we are showing of tailored linen coat suits from full line DRESS LINENS. White dress linens in any kind nnd weight desired from the sheerest linen lawns up to the heaviest Austrian linens. All qualities from n good union dress linen 31 inches wide at 15c yd up to the finest. If you cannot see them here write for samples. $7 to $30. g m ty JUST RECEIVED A Big Line Of 8 Si SILK WAISTS. Special line of Seco silk waists in black, white and all colors at $2.50. Another line of plain taffeta, stripe taffeta, and satin waists at $3.75 usually sold at $5. Accordeon .$3-75. pleated waists at MUNSING UNDERWEAR. This line is the Aristocrat of the underwear world. The best fitting nnd best made of them all. We have ladies union s' suits at 50c to $2. Mens' union suits from $1 to $2. nt 50c. Just try these one time and you will know why they can sell 20,000 each day Chil-dren- I WALL PAPER, 22 IS? ap Mattings ami rugs it will pay you 1 t . ".. unc juu uuy. CHILDRENS' DRESSES We have just received a choice line of wash dresses for chil dren for all sizes from G to 14 years., Prices from M to examine our line . wc won i t unci .... arc price makers. r..i be- - W $1,25 to $3. J ,,-- CORSETS. Why be satisfied with an corset when you can lie perfectly fitted with a Redfern, Warner's Rustproof or Gossnrd front lacing of sizes in all qualities . from i S m m L. L. SANDERS, L.rab Urchard, rLentucky. If you have anything u M WASH WAISTS. All kinds to select from, either tailored styles or lingerie from 50c to $10. We offer three kinds of strictly tailored waists P made of PURE IRISH LINEN ")C U ...$1 to $6. to hell at wp t CtXlvll SILVERWARE. Remember 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 patterns ns "Paul Revere", Colonial, "LaFayette". And not only will you find the correct styles nnd best goods but also the lowest prices. the STOCK Take it to PIECE SILK. An immense stock of silks by the yard. Many excellent qualities new dress silks for street dresses and party dresses at 35c and 50c. Foulard silks at 75c and up. Rajah style 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. 11 SKIRTS. Panama skirts. Voile skirts, Serge skirts and Novelty skirts at all prices from $5 up. All sizes from 22 waists to 30 waists. yiitr except Sunday, firing your ftock. iot market in the State with plenty of ml and water IhkI cove ml pens, iutido of Louisville or Lexington, STANFORD, KY. NVenlso tlo a general hitch anil feed lmsinc-- . NunncIIcy's New Stock Yards lie liny ami wlls cvrry ilav in tli We are just opening up our new spring lines of ladies' and children' shoes. Every thing new no old stock at all. For ladies we have all the very latest shapes of oxfords and pumps in patent leather, gunmetal, Cravenette and suedes. All freshly made stock and prices as low as possible for high grade work. A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO., FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. m 'aw v It able. Five good second hand baggies for 0. D. Carter, Stanford. Two- work mares for sale. A, T. Nunnelley. At Lancaster: W. B. Burton bought gelding of Mark Coins a four year-ol- d Dudderar u nice Jersey cow for $05. A. II. Dastln sold to J. I Hamilton a mare mulea for jairof $400. J. V. Droaddus bought llshoats at 8)c per pound, also a mare for $127.00. It is claimed that there are mote tobacco beds this year than ever before, and the indications are that there will be a large acreage this year m Garrard county. W. B. Burton bought 19 mulea and seven horses in forttOO, It E Henry sold to S. K. I ..ft ' Versailles and NicholaBvilleand shipped afaem to The Wilaon Live Stock Co , at Wilson, N. C, at an average of $204 50 Record. old mules. For Sale. 25 three-yea- r AH broken and in good working order, Sail on or phone Logan Hubble, Lan-ite- r R. F. D. No. 1. L. C. McLean has sold bis farm near JfryanUvilie, Garrard county, to Mr. Xughtly, of Washington county, at 3W6 per acre. The place contains 150 urea. Bvy harnew of a regular dealer, v&ere you can get quality. J. C. G. P. Gooch, of McKinney, sold to Sam Hell an aged mule for $125. A T. Nunnellev sold 10 head of nice cattle to It, A, Nunnelley on Hanging Fork Thursday. pony belonging to A bay, 0 V Cecil, of Danville, was stolen from Robert Irvine's place. Foil Sale. 75 to 100 bushels of orchard grass seed. Extra good. $1.50 per bushel. B. B. King, Moreland. The crack I'ercheron stallion "Sidl," owed by Willis Adams, of London, was received by W. O. Walker hero this week, who will stand him here. Watch for ad in I. J. I have a nice, bay horse for sale; perfectly sound, gentle to drive, works anywhere and rides fairly well. W. V. Kincaid. tf. Dr. George Cowan sold his farm of 2C4 acres near Danville on the Huston-vill- o pike to Charles and Thomas Metcalfe and Joshua B. Adams at $115 per acre. For Sale Pure Roone county white Beed corn, $1 25 per bushel. See sample at Lincoln Cdunty National and First National Banks. Also 15 bushels of cultivated hemp seed. S. J, Embry, Jr., and John C. l'eppies, Stanford. A. T. Nunnelley sold 21 cattle to Beazley, of Garrard. 14 to C. C. Price, of Nicholasville, and G to J. T. Allen, of Nicholasville, at prices ranging from 4 to 5Jc, bob-taile- d !KUt. Tr. :!. rroi'rty of H. M. Owens A Won. McKinney, Ky. IMick laty stallion. In tianda, fonlad Aug. n. It'l, lirvtl at Vllhtue fiirm, Kntl Aurora N Y. Mlreil by Pare llell J.m, horse show winnings, be won aeten chain-plonshlpNational llortu Hliow, Ilrtt ilnm Nnunhty lilrl hy llax Amerlcut sisiu, four Tears old, record i.11. aire of American Itnlle, t lire years, record and Wot bars In 7JiHat.ii aou of Onward Hit record I.3M,, slieof Onwnnl Hller lui'.nnd USothera In till Hat. Onw aril was aired liy (leo. Wltka Me I5IU. Ham liunrma sired by Maiulirlvo King 1JTS, aire off) Including (July of the Manor U',. third dam Dollet by NuIwoihI record t.li tan sire of liu In M list, fnurlli ibimTopiK by Htriilhmnni r tire of tu Hi J- -i Mat. Klfth dam Wlllard by Athlon. Ixtb Until Ned liy Kdwln Kore.t. aevtntn Lady Turner by Mambrlko Ohlcf 11. The Warfleld laun extra III till claas horae, not afraid of anythliiK, a high actornnd aa weir broken itaauy horae In nod out of theatnble, has iixood coat and carries nice head and tall, tills lan aura trotter, he stepped a mile In taldays handling. .!. The Warfleld Is u truly made horse, of grand IndHlduallty nnd bred In lines that entitle him to become Leo Hill bought a very fancy trotting I It. T. Bruce sold a nice mule to S. T. uiotnn liorat'ln Kenlmk.t. limrueWllka n sire of nolo seeing that he lan sop of tla Klectlnneer. Iliiinlllniitiiii und four crmaea greiit nice horae und famous 1'roKenttur mare from George Lunsford at a high itarris lor o. of thoroughbred to nie him .tHiiilmi. Tiaro lan II 1.0,1, the latter earned the title of figure. Five-year-o- ld he lltet without the "Monarch of the home atretch," while aec tlil mare for sale; safe for Homo and U perlectlin from fault, lie on the turf, nnd nftcr to J. M. Pettus sold threo fine brood- lady or child; work anywhere. Apply thnecrppauf colta cnnnix eiul to end. Ilia acquired ImiM'rlsliableretirement us tbeatud t renown ttcdled by it sire. mares to Smith Uuuiihm.in ntii private, at Adams's livery stable. my lior.e. Will ntand nt the Nunnelley Not only have the Dare Davlla proved great 7 2. Htock Vard. JonH'ooW. earelaker, 'phone racehorses but tin family has furnished N. price. IUI, the many noted show ring winners na well as taken. iierxmiil J. L Beasley sold a handiotno black Dure Devil and Mabrlno King, loth beJ. M. I'KTri'H. hliinford, Ky, ing I'hnmploii show stallions of Natloniil 'i'lioue 3 Hlnga. gelding last week to W. B. Burton, of fame received more money In the allow ring Lancaster, for $300. I than imy tno stallions tu the world. Thoao hn tng ngalnst tun estate of Will iiuike the present aea.onat our farm Walter Walker has purchased a splen- j Mrs-- , llellu lllcu.clulms deceased, will pro.eut tbem one tulle from McKinney, Ky.,ut tm to Indid I'ercheron stallion, which ho will ' properly proven to mo it one. Those uw sure it lit lug (.oil. Iiik the esluto tire notified tiinattlx with in stand at the stock yard here under Immediately Will nlao stand good bluck Jnck nrlgnii'l IKO. II, 1'IlUITT, Young sired by Urlgnoller: ho runs back to John Cook's care. Admlnlitrntor II Hells Ilicii Il.r tlrtim of execution No aid directed to llrlgliollerou liotll sides. His colls sold for me, which limed from the t'lerk'a otllee of more money tlmn any Jacks In Htunfortl. lie tbe Lincoln quarterly court. III favor of Is AVa hnudst stands well on tils feeti it aura Mat I'reitou tiKalnat J. It. lleiwley, I, or font getter. Ilels perfect In every way. s toliuuro, I H..M.OWKNHAHON, one of my Deputies, will mi ilON DAY. A l'lt I L, tb, IV10, M'Ktnuey, Ky. Bourbon Poultry Cure la recognised an the standard poultry lnitween tbu hours of 1 o'clock . M aiul t remedy o tlip world. It la tba odd ruiuidy that can be, depended o'clock f. M . nt (Irlmes lteutleys livery on with absolute, certainty to cure und prevent stable In Htimford I.tncoln enmity, Ky., Capon, Cholera, Iloun, to public sale, to tbe bliliet I'lddiir, the Llmbcrnr ck, Diarrhoea ami all cxlstinit form of roultry dl lOilnwInK proe'rty,ior to much thereof ua coaes. A lew drop la the drinking waterkoopa fowls loallby mav Ihi ueceary toautisft I'lulntlll's debt. and re from I ntere. t mid coats), to- A 5oo bottle makes IS rtllona of meutclno. For It . Our lav aUilllon (II) TO - -- . it bout ft mmw eara old by mime of "iiincuiu v viwi uiHOKi iu vuraeja rt"iulrrel' uUiut Id hiindi Muh now In (irlmea ISeiulry'a poiit'ttloi at snld stable, Carson's llcstaurnnt l.uticastr, Htreet, levied upon lit thfpriipurly ol J. It. Il'ailey. Htnnford, K, TKIIMH, Mule will lieiiiudunil itcredltof 3 months; Isind with unproved eeurltv Mealt served at all hours up to U'.tfl f. u. A per U'lirlUK Inlervtt nl th rutool cent per annum from day of sale, and havllest place lu tow u (or a good quick HAS NO EQUAL- ing the force mid effect of tt sale himd. men I, Mrs. W. W, RsJuon Hepklaivillt, Ky., nyt- - "I Witness my hand, this lilli ditr of Mjrch Mr .. I Mct'.VHrY.HIierHIU u. l,lio(chkkDi fofnaulr thfjtut nj I ttlMdr.P.aar,PI,Kr.,sara!,'U.lytar Mi) W. ima Iwndrada ol ekickeos li front taixa Uotiklug to suit our customers our specially, iKiuinoa oultnr Cuia It lb mott taliif Ktory thcut Uouibou Pogllnr Cni. Iliod I bava aver uod lor Cholara and Capet." uaiir ly ajuiajcue for Cbalaia and timbaraack," Hplendld now line of funcy It sua Hired liy flpkt lti.ni Vr.rM II .lit, hiiill Vnlwlli lit KlirllunnT ish. Sovnltmirtfonl II tiy ny eeona iiuiu iinjrH sireti 117 tiy HniiilltoiUon U), third dmii Joe- Ktiirllttlit 0912 flilne, ilrtsl liy Moctrlnu Miirr wlllmra liy III. fourth tin m OH, r tlioroiinlilirett. nfth Initn lrel ly Wuitner, alxth dam lre.l hj Imp Tronby, oelitn dam lred liy Thnrnton'a l'.Httler. Ileuu Nttbutli l it Inrg- - lioriw ttnualiiK 10 oiiiuia, nanaa nnu eiiuiiK conumon Willi I In' When bo Ueoine ueipiiilntMl tory of lila limited rduoiitlnn you ti;lr. to reuliie tbnt lie t truly i remarkable harupa n ureal linre la tnltluii, tlmt lie muil proved lvt bow nndfrliilpniKrentliat lie !ia made. Wlt'n err little linndlliiK tie baa proven to Iki the chninploii liurueaa atalllon lieit of Kentucky. Ho liaa won over tb liorieatliitt Kentucky bna produce). Head of htm nnd ou will are that there urn no Iwtter tiriHt talllou In K ntiirky than he la, He get llrit-clna- a runitiliied lioraea, him nauddle mare lm will el )iiii a andillo colt, aire him u trottei man. Im will get yon it IrottlnK cult, r"iiii'iiilier lleuu Natxitll It combined, with nuiierenrd rnmllii athnn BEAU NAIIOTII. THE WAUFIULD, lr .!' i,i lj le NOTICEI l't SHERIFF'S SALE. r. SAVE YOUR FOWLS dlu. When Hungry Bourbon Poultry Cure -- ; M"iW Bourbon Rmedy Co., IssEfo. wvnutrtgj wrwogiatl. OOo , parBottla, u. Trial Vial Fr. . Sold By SHUCARS And TANNER. Qroccrlui. my services to the poopta of f.ln. Hot OolTee, Hondwlcbes, plea, flutter milk, I ofler and sweet milk, etc., at nil times. luuiioueer, KaiisnuHiuu coiuoouu 11. W. McWHOltTKll, guaruute W. A. CARSON, Moreland, Ky., H. V, I), No. I Itealdence. Turnersvllle, Auctioneer! Pri. , ji,Vr:fiJaaa)ayaajtssii'l nmi . yi jhhsliiSs i'l' aaapmuli i'an i ' sj,' '