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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 n A THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t VOL XXXYIISTANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 25 1910 HO S SHEEP KILLING DOGS I AT WORK IN COUNTY i Much C lntof Depredations- Of CaninesLaw To Be Enforced In City Shp killing doltS have been playing havee with flecks In Lincoln county witMn the week Farmers report that thtotal casualties of old Sheep and kms may run up into the hun dredflt the lull lota of thoso destroy ed 118 could be ascertained Band of BferafiRo doga are reported as running I Klmsat wild in the country districts at- plgbtappetiringV e In first one part of tho city sad then another A umber of the dogs havo been killed by farm erBjwhe are willing to risk prosecution under the dog law which makes a ca RlflO property Col Hud Dudderar of the Rowland 1 section reported Wednesday that dogs got Into his flocks this week and in two raid a night apart killed about 18 Iambi and a dozen ewes Cot Dudder ar Immediately camo to town to lay his ease before County Attorney Burch and County Jud Jtallcy seeking protec onOn three different occasions dog have been seen among tho flocks belonging to Carroll Shanks but tn each instance he has come to their rescue In timo to save them but seemed to have little effect upon the dogs C C Cover of tne Turncrsvlllo sec lion discovered strange dogs running his flock the other day and having his shepherd dog with him he sicked him on the marauding canines The shepherd attacked them bravely and they trtcd to run off but he caught i one by the neck and held to him until Mr Cover could get to him with a stick While tho faithful Collie held to the strange dog Mr Cover Is said to have killed him with a club y Sheep raisers who have kept in touch I with tho depredations of the dogs say that the dog tax raised in Lincoln coun ty this year will hardly cover the loss to the flocks About lOO dogs were given In for taxation this year and it is believed the Iou this season will run over 1500 So troabJesomo have dogs become in the city here that City Marshal Carter has fewied a notice to all dog owners to- registeftheea and pay tho tax on them under penalty of having them killed If caught running loose on tho atreetil1 Knows He Could Win Canard County Official Expresses Confidence in judge Saufley Hon P M UcRoberts special judge 6f the circuit court at Lancaster Instructed Deputy Sheriff Curt A Robin soa to open court every morning in the anc formHcar Yet Hear Ye I etc requiring all present to stand Judge S ufley always opens court in this form elaewhere in order to add dignity to the sessions and make pro ceedings Mote impressive Mr Robinson made the speech man heating considerable oratorical powers He then added the following compli mentary to Judge Saufley as a piece of pleasantry without any Intention of offerlfig a personal or political thrust I heard that Judge Saufloy said he was going to have this done and 1 knew that It would be done He told me that he would carry every county in the district in the primary and he did so He also told me that he would beat Capt William Herndon 1500 votes and he did so Now if he told me that be was going to be elected governor of KeflUeky I would be satisfied that he would win a Brother Shoots Brother The Somerset Journal says that an r unfortunate affair occurred at the home of lee Garland near Bronston Satur day when hit eon Joe shot and mortal A11 w6unded another son Walter The f Infernwtioak that Walter ts subject to epileptic attacks and while seized with one of these sprite was endeavoring to do violence tohla brother Joe who was compelled to shoot him In self defense A shot gun was used and two shots entered his abdomen Buy a Fine Jack Harris Woods bought of B Ram sey of Paint Lick the splendid Ten neseee jack No 1804 They paid the round sum of 1000 for this dandy and will stand him in Lincoln county Look for their ad in the I J A Man of Iron Nerve will and tremendous eneritI Stomacheverorder If you want I the success they bring + usa Dr Kings TJW Tf Pills the matchless reeula I bodyJ r Shot On Highway arrestedwarrant charging him with shouting on the public highway and disturbing religious worship The boy colored Is about 18 years of ago and llvui In the Hubble section lie was taken before Judge Bailey Worthy Citizen Passes Away After Long Illness Of Brights Disease Alexander Holtzclaw aged 68 years a life long resident of Lincoln county died at his home in this city of Brights disease late Wednesday evening after a lengthy illness The funeral will tako place at Goshen Friday morning at 11 oclock services being couducred by novoJ J Dickey of the Methodist church of which deceased was a faith memberMr was a member of a large and influential family lie is survived by his wife and a family of grown children and leaves many warm friends who will mourn that ho Is no more BITTEN BY BULLDOG Bohon Campbell Attacked by Vi cious Canine and Hurt Twice Bohon Campbell proprietor of a grocery store on Main street was bit ten on the right side and on the left arm by a large whIte bulldog belonging to Blcdsoe Bailey today The dog was taken out and Instantly killed by Mr Balloy It is not believed that it was affected with rabies so no uneasiness is felt regarding Mr Campbells Injuries Mr Campbell was sprinkling the street with a small hose In front of his store and as he stooped over to shut off the water the dog which was standing near sprang at his throat Ho dodged and the fangs of the canine sank Into the muscles on bs right side Tho animal snapped again as the man sprang away and caught him on the left arm Mr Bailey rushed up and made him desist and he was killed A physician exam ined the bites and pronounced them not serious Three Killed In Disastrous Freight Wreck In Madison County Three men were killed and four In jured In a collision between two freight trains at Maybee 10 miles from Richmond on the Kentucky Central divis ion of the L N early Tuesday morn tag One of the injured will die and three others were badly hurt The dead are George Devore fireman Richmond Russell Storm brakeman Paria Arthur Sanford engineer Richmond The injured are James Rourke fire man Paris fatally scalded James McCarty fireman Paris badly burned and scalded Harvey Justice track man Corbin burned about the face The collision occurred on a sharp curve at a little way station called Maybee just a short distance from White Sta tloe According to the story of tha wreck sent out train No 76 north bound should have waited at Berea for train No 913 southbound It was allowed to pass Bcrea however and as soon as the operator at that place real ized the mistake he at once telegraphed to Richmond and ordered out the wrecker knowing that a collision would be unavoidable Attended Banquet Mr and Mrs Murphy Hobnob With Salesmen at Louisville Mr and Mrs M G Murphy of Kings Mountain were in Louisville last week buying otock for tho popular firm of Murphy Acton While there they were the guests of the Louisville Salesmens Association and were very much impressed by the welcome address to tho visiting merchants by Mayor Head at the banquet Wednesday evening and that of Hon E J Mc Dermott ontIrhe South Its Past Ideals and Its Future Progress Tho banquet was quite an honor not only to the Salesmen Association but also to the Louisville Hotel where It was held Their trip was greatly enjoyed by the Lincoln county visitors GOVERNOR WILLSON vetoed the bank examiners bill because he did not have appointment of the examin ers and vetoed the bill allowing the Franklin circuit court a commissioner because ho was not given the right to appoint the commissioner instead of the circuit judge Looks like the gov eraor waste the earth and the fullness thereof t r GRAND MASTER VISITS LOCAL ODD FELLOWS Tells of Great Work ofOrder And Is Well Pleased With Interest Shown Here Grand Master 1 N Williams of the Lodge of Odd Fellows of Kentucky visited Stanford Lodge No 156 at its regular session Tuesday evening and his visit was made a notable occasion In this popular local order About 75 members turned out to welcome him and to prove to him the live interest which is taken In the lodge by the mem bershlp Several members of the Lan caster lodge were also present to greet tho Grand Master and he was visibly Impressed by the cordiality of the wel come and the splendid showing made by the lodges in this part of the State Mr J C McClary introduced the Grand Master to tho lodge In a few well chosen words Mr Williams then told the Odd Fellows of the splendid work which the order is doing Ho dwelt particularly upon the excellent results accomplished at the Homo for Widows and Orphans at Lexington lie said there were at present 125 orphan children being given good homes and an education under tho care of the order With the addition to the homo which is now under way the order will be pro pared to taker care of still more of the dependent ones of its brothers who have gone on before Prof J W Ireland responded to tho Grand Master on behalf of the local lodge and warmly expressed the inter est which Stanford members feel in the work which the order as a whole is accomplishing Rev F M Tinder of Lancaster lodge also spoke and R L Tomlinson of Lancaster had a few happy things to say which contributed to tho enjoyment of the evening Grand Master Williams left well pleased with the activities of this lodge andwarmly praising the officers and members for their good work Dan Cupid Busy Several Loving Hearts Made Happy In Lincoln Lately Little Dan Cupid has been busy in Lincoln county lately II II Padgett a prominent merchant near South Fork Trestle In tho McKinney section was married to Miss Wallace B Horton on the 21st and have the congratulations of many friends Andrew Brock a well known farmer of the Crab Orchard section and Miss Lena Cummins also of that part of the county were made man and wife on the 19th Mr Brock came to Lincoln from Bell county Both have many good wishes for their happiness- A pretty wedding ceremony was per formed by Rev Garland Singleton at his home in this city when he united S A Montgomery and Miss Stella Hubble in the holy bonds of wedlock on the 10th of the month The happy couple reside near McKinney and are very popu lar with all who know them Egg Day Will Be Put to Good Account By Crab Orchard Ladies The members of the Ladles Aid So ciety of the Crab Orchard Christian church havo planned to make Easter Sunday Egg Day Each member will donate all the eggs laid by her hens on that day and they will be pooled and sold The proceeds of tho sale will go towards furnishing and fitting up the church The Christian church there has no pastor at present but the membership is anxious to secure one as soon as possible and in the meantime the la dies will put the building in shape Buys Nice Little Home Adolph Von Grunigan has purchased the Hazelwood place on tho Huston vllle west of the cemetery and has ta ken possession with his family He paid 1900 for the home THERE will be a missionary enter tainment at Moreland on Sunday night beginning at 630 oclock Everyone is cordially invited to attend Dont Break Down Severe strains on the vital organs like Btrainson machinery causa break downs You cant overtax stomach liver kidneys bowels or nerves with out serious danger to yourself If are weak or run under strata of any Kind tako Efectrlo Bit ters the matchless tonlo medicine Mrs J E Van do Sande of Kirkland 111 writesIITbat I did not break down while enduring a most severe strain for months la duowfaolly to Electric Bitters Use them and enloy health and strength Satisfac tion positively guaranteed 50c at- Venny4rd f 1t9f 1 1- 4i1 COMMERCIAL CLUB MAY BE ORGANIZED I Young Business And Professional Men Want to Help Boost Stanford A number of tho younger men of Stanford both business and professional men lire seriously discussing tho or ganization of a commercial club hereto advertise both Stanford and Lincoln county also better to the State and country The matter has been quietly talked of for several days and has now reached a point where a call will probably be issued signed by a number of active young men for a mass meeting of all those who are willing to join in a concerted effort to boost the old town and community in an organized way- Commercial clubs are doing good work in a number of smaller cities in Ken tucky and those who have watched some of the results they have attained say that there is no valid reason that can be given why Stanford should not have one to push forward to the front of the procession There are a number of good things and much needed Improvements which could undoubtedly be secured by con certed effort II said a wellknown bus iness man to the INTERIOR JOURNAL All we need Is for tome of the young fel lows who have energy and determina tion to go to the front in the matter Theres no use going after things too big at the start Aim at something that can be attained go to work for improvement of sanitary conditions in the city for a better sewerage system for a new depot or for better streets Every business man in town ought to feel a personal interest in such a move ment and be willing to help it all he canIt has been suggested that one of the first things that a commercial club could find to do would be to arrange a suitable and appropriate program for dedicatory ceremonies for the new court house An orator of note could easily be secured to make the address of ded ication The details of making such arrangements would naturally fall upon a commercial club and it has been sug gested that the affair could be mode a noteworthy event in the history of city and county with a little boosting of the right sort Rev L 0 Hobbs Will Assist in Protracted Meeting At Methodist Church Rev E 0 Hobbs who has been as elating Rev J J Dickey in the pro tracted meeting which has been in progress at Logans Creek for the past few weeks has been selected to assist Mr Dickey in the revival services which will be held at the Methodist church here beginning the first week in May Mr Hobbs is said to bo a strong exponent of the gospel and much good is ex pected to be accomplished- Mr Dickey will preach at his church here Sunday morning on the Resur rection of Christ The Epworth League of the church will have its Evening With Whittier at the church tonight and a delightful evening is anticipated by all Big Damages In Pulaski What was probably the largest amount ever awarded by a Pulaski county jury In a damage suit was the one returned against the Q C rail road last week when 15000 was awarded the administrator of Jeff Lov ell for the killing of Lovell in the railroad yards in Somerset sojiie three years ago Lovell was foreman of the north yard crew and was caught be tween the bumpers and two cars while trying to make a coupling and his life was crushed out Lashof A Fiend would have been about as welcome to A of OawegoN Y as nrner chess lungracking cough that deiced aU remedies for years lilt was most I troublesome at night II he writes nothlng helped roe I used Dr New Discovery whlck cured me completely I never cough at night now know its matchless merit for stubborn colds obstinate coughs sorelurigs la grippe asthma hemorrhage croup whooping cough orhayfever It relieves and never to satisfy A trial con SOC 81 bottle free Its posltlvelYgullrantced by Pennys Drug Store IW J DnBaun r a Perryvllle capital ists has awarded a contract for the erection of a 20room hotel in Perry yUle which will be modern in every particular The old hotel will be torn dews i t Local Man Interested I Tho Frankfort Journal says that tne Capital Motor Car Co is the latest thing In a business way at tho State capital It has just been organized with W L Williams president and Dr Joseph Severance secretarytreasurer and will In a day ot two open up Its garage in the heart of the city Better Freight Rates Will Enable Stanford to Become Leading Cattle Market A T Nunnelley returned Wednesday from Louisville where he spent sever al days conferring with the L N of ficials regarding freight rates on cattle Stanford is becoming one of the larg est cattle markets In tho State Mr Nunnelley has recently received ship ments fromdown in Tennessee a number of herds have come to his large stock yards from as far away as Russell and Whitley counties and other sections not adjacent to Stanford An average of over 500 cattle are handled here every court day while the busi ness in the interim has grown to large proportionsWith equitable rates from the railroads on freight shipments of cat tie Mr Nunnelley believes that Stan ford will soon take the lead in all this part of the State as a cattle market Buyers are flocking here from all over the South and Eastern houses have their representatives on hand The central location of the city and its ease of access makes It especially favora ble for doing the largest business In cattle in this part of the State Death At Highland Mrs Baugh mother of Elbert Baugh of the Highland section died at her home there Saturday aged 78 years She is survived by two children and a number of relatives She was a faithful member of the Methodist church and well beloved In the community Young Girl Dies In Garrard Miss Sallie Watkins died at the home of William Purr of the Flat Woods section of Garrard county after a long illness from consumption She had been a resident of Garrard for some time but was a native of the Big San dy border of the State and also leaves relatives in Johnson county She was a bright and energetic young girl just entering her 14th year The body was taken to Paintsville to be laid to rest in the locality where she had passed the happy hours of her childhood Distinguished Woman Dead Margaret Wickliffe Beckham one of the best known and most highly esteem ed women in Central Kentuckv died at her home in Shelbyville Monday night She was 66 years of age Mrs Beckham was of a distinguished ancestry Her grandfather Charles A Wickliffe was governor of Kentucky and also served as Postmaster General in President Tylers cabinet Tier lath er Robert C Wickliffe was governor of Louisiana and younger brother of hers who bears his fathers name is now one of the Congressmen from that StateMrs Beckham was married in Febru ary 1863 to the Hon J C Beckham a prominent attorney of the Shelby ville bar He is an uncle of exGov J C W Beckham Two children sur vive her Monks Dismissed Police Judge Joe Magee of Crab Or chard dismissed the charge against William Monks of shooting a gun in the city limits Monks was tried before on a charge of breach of the peace and Judge Magee held that this former conviction was a bar to further prose cution of the case Boys Com Club A Boys Corn Club with 75 members was organized in Pulaski to see which can raise the finest ears this season The officers are Raymond Turpin Som erset president First Vice President Roy Lewis Second Vice President GeorgeOsberne Clarence Secretary Harry Stigall Somerset Treasurer Worth Gover Traylor It Saved HIs Leg All thought Id lose my leg fcrltesJ A Swonson of Watertown Wis Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure had at last laid roe up Then Buoklens Arnica Salve cured It sound and well In fallible for Skin Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 36o atI Pjnnysprug Stores BIG DAMAGE SUITS FILED IN CIRCUIT COURT t Much New Litigation Placed On j Docket For The May TenntOf Court Here f Several large size damage suits i Ji been filed in the Lincoln circuit court i for trial at the May term One of the J most interesting cases is the sUItor General H Floyd against Cleveland and Crit Floyd asking damages in the sum iof 85000 The plaintiff to the action is an undo to the two defendants He alleges in his petition filed by his at t torney George D Florence that he was set upon and attacked by his neph ews who wielded a fence rail with such effect that his left arm was broken in three places Trouble is said to have been started in the family over a boundary fence All the parties to the i suit live in the Waynesburg section of the county Garland Singleton has filed suit against the Louisville Tin and Stove Co for 1000 damages for malicious prose cutlon and attachment The ac tion grows out of an attachment the defendants took out against a stock of goods Mr Singleton had while in bust ness in this city the attachment being dismissed in court and it is alleged to have been shown that there were no grounds whatsoever for the legal proceedings instituted by the defendants against Mr Singleton Attorney Flor ence represents the plaintiff J The 5000 damage suit of 1i Barnes against Wm Monks of theliCrab Orchard section was compromisI1ed out of court for 100 The suit was originally brought for assault and shooting last Dec Crab Orchard allegeditJohn Baugh Jr and his Bsugb of Hustonville are decide which is the owner of nine of hones and the young man has headIsuit in court to determine the ship Both assert claims to the ani tt mals and It is expected that much evi dence will be adduced to determine the fcorrect title to the equines After a five years separation JohniCarrolton of the McKinney neighbor hood asks legal divorce from his wife Sallie Carrollton Newt Jones a colored man of Hustonville also filed suit for divorce from his wife Lucy P Ji Jones on statutory grounds Attorney Florence filed the petitions for the lplaintiffs in all these1 cases S Played Too RoughIBoneyville Negro Heavily Fined For Kidding In Town J Jria Boneyville Negro 50 and the trim p mings and gave him 10 days in jail for carrying concealed a deadly weapon Stewart pulled his gun on Mack Bright also of color at the depot but claimed that he was jest kidding orIt will cost you just 50 and 10 days to play that rough in town said Judge Mene fee We are not used to such rough play in the city James F Yeager Father of Loal Man Dies ofAcute Indigestion T l tweekJames F Yeagnr father of Wm Yeager of this city He died Ally of acute indigestion He was R years of age and was one of the best known men in the State For years he was State agent of the American Har veiltel Company He was a native of Bloomfield Ky Mr Yea er was also the father of Mrs James T Short of Louisville Besides his son and daughter Mr Yea tger Is survived by his wife r The funeral took place on Tuesday t morning after which the body was f taken td Louisville for burial in Hill Cemetery cavejMr Yeager son of the who lives here has been in such bad health that he was unable to attend the funeral of bis father but Mrs Yeager who was before her marriage Mies Mary McKinney went to Louisville and was present at the burial Leg Amputated Virgil Hogue a wellknown young man of the Kings Mountain sectioa of this county lost a leg by amputa tion early this week He was kicked by a mule and gangrene setting bitthe injured member had to be removed Dye Acton and Ofiaaaon perforated tje operation f l i PAGE TWO THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MARCH 25tjj 1610J tTIl INTERIOR JOURNAL t Established 1872 EVBRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At U Per Year in Advance SHELTON SAUFLEY PublUhe Entered at the Post Office at Stan ford Ky as Second Class mall HON HARVEY HELM- nominalonctor1ongirea candidate tot reo from the Eighth dl trictsubect to of the demo crotlo party TilE news that now comes from Rich mond that State Superintendent Pub lie Instruction J G Crabbo is about to resign to accept the presidency of the Eastern Normal School there has been whispered at Frankfort for sometime Should Prof Crabbe decide to do so Richmond and the Normals gain would be loss to the State of Kentucky No State superintendent in many years has done as much for the public school interests of the State as Prof Crabbe The INTERIOR JOURNAL democratic to the tore takes great pleasure in paying this humble tribute to an official of the opposite faith who can truly step out of office with the encomium Well done thou good and faithful servant We have had the pleasure of watching Prof Crabbs work intimately during the past two years at Frankfort and if all public servants were as faithful to the people as he the old State would go forward by leaps and bounds Prof Crabbe does not carry his politics into the execution of his duty Ho rightly believes and practices that the schools should be out of politics This has bee one of the secrets of his success and the confidence In which he is held b those who are familiar with tb active steps taken in recent to give ed ucational work in Kentucky the promi nence which it should have To traffic in votes is a crime but secondary in degree to using the machinery of the courts for political purposes There is no penalty attached to the pur chase of a voters registration certifi cats even if there should be and consequently the act is not punishable However in order to intimidate both seller and buyer Judge Parker of Fay tte county permitted the grand jury which he kept in session a month or more preceding the last election ti indict a number of those charged with the alleged offense The object having been attained he now dismisses the in dictments on demurrer saying that i1 Is not punishable under the law Edit or Breckinridge who called the Court y P attention to the matter at the timer goes for Judge Parker in a recent edit orial in the Herald which must make the head of the fusion ticket at Lex ington feel that honesty Js the best pol icy and there are dearer consideration In life than the acquisition of office though men of Judge Parkers calibn do not seem to think so IN rejoicing over the summary spik lag of the republican Cannon there is another thing connected with it everI more worthy of genuine gratification It is that the democrats in Congress presented a solid front and showed that they are once more united There is every indication now that neither a Cannon nor other of his party will pre side the next House because It will be democratic Hustonville Miss Lou Conway and sister Betsy are confined to their beds wit severe attacks of grip Mrs Hill Spalding of Louisville i home for a few weeks enjoying the Quiet relief from the citys noise and bustleV Morse and Milton McCormack with a bucket of fine minnows slipped off to Boy a Mill one day last week ex pecting to surprise the boys on their return with a fine string of fish but they didnt get a bite Rev W G Montgomery Is arranging to build a duplicate of C v W Adams cottage this spring Mr A B Mc Kinney has bought the handsome cot taKe of W D Hocker for 3500 and will move in the near future Mr H has rented the Wheeler home opposite the Emporium and will move soon Judging from the large acreage blue grass sod being plowed and th thickly dotted tobacco beds on ever hillside there will evidently be much the largest acreage of tobacco in this end of Lincoln ever attempted in the history of the county Crops are being planned in size running from 150 acres downYou will see the happiest and one of tthebest matched couples in Kentucky ere the snow flies again if all signs do not failand Stanford will be their homeMiss Katie Warriner the accom plished niecelof Judge Wm Myers of our city has accepted position with a Lexington music house at a hand some salary to exhibit their pianos She is well fitted for the position and should have the undivided patronage of Lin IIlof= 0 i LItair11iW titr Yssa idkMn natM tMir DOING THEIR DUTY StanfordReadersAre- Learning Scores of the Duty of The Kidneys To filter the blood is the kidneys dutyWhen they fail to do this the kidneys are sick Backache and many kidney Ills fol lowUrinary troubles diabetes Doans Kidney Pills cure them all Stanford people endorse our claim Mrs Nancy A Logan E Main street Stanford KY says scarcely know how to express my gratitude to Ooana Kidney the great they brought me When I began to use them 1 was in a miserable condition back seemed to have out en terriblyII was almost prostrated I was also annoyed by a frequent desire to void the kidney secretions and the passages wero accompanied by an intense burn- Ing sensation Learning of Doans Kidney Pills I procured supply at Shu gars Tanners Drug Store and view of tho results I received I canJ Kidney backPilsache restored my kidneys to a nor mal condition For sale by all dealers Price CO cts FosterMilburn Co Buffalo Now York solo agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other inson and wife were guests at a sumptuous dinner given in their honor Sat urday evening by Misses Rose and Mar jorie McCormack The Uuatonville Produce Co under the management of Leslie M Reid is enjoying a large patronage and is pre paring to increace their business by en theirhouseroomnL A Farris having rented the Su posy see he is an adept John Lutes sold his 40acre farm ad joining the old fair grounds and includ ing tho barns and his home to Mr Ashlock of McKinney who will get possession April 1st The C W B M week of the Easter prayer service began Sunday tbb 20th Inst at 230 p m at the Christian church subject Gods Gift to the World leader Mrs McCormack On Monday at 230 p m at Mrs Willis Subject Christ Our Example lead er Mrs Morse Wednesday at 230 at Mrs McCormacka subjectChrist Our Example as Friend and Comfort er leader Mrs Willis Friday at 230 at Mrs D S Carpenters sub jeerChrist Our Example the Great Sacrifice leader Mrs Jennie Car penter Sunday at 230 at Christian church subject Christ Our Example and Thankoffering leader Mrs Min nie Robinson W R Williams K Co still have a few bluegrass farms for sale Write or call on them quickly for rare bar gains Notice From the analysis of the water of Buffalo Spring wo are conservative when we say it should be absolutely free from typhoid infection and at compared with other waters there are few which show so small an amount of organic matter The people of Stanford had best turn their attention to better sewerage and surface drainage E Brown Will N Craig M M Phillipps Secy Lin Co Bd of Health A big bowl of OatshIis the best dish you can serve Delicious an- dnourishing Good for allages and all conditions Economical and- strengthening Regular lOe paekarei sad hermetically scaled tint lor hot climates Se Here is your Chance to Get a Good Money Making Busi Bargaine goodyStanford desires to leave the My for per sonal reasons He will sell ont at B bargain If taken at once Stock will invoice about 1000 Apply to IMTKBIOH JOURNAL omce for Information PUBLIC SALE Having sold my form the Hunt Blngleton one mlla from Grab Orchard on the I Mt Vernon road I will on SATURUA IAIUJ 26th IUO- npglnnlnR at 10 A af soil ott nil my Varm Ing Implements and stock consisting of 1 sixyearold horse 2 milch COWl on ct register giving milk the other with calf by atx year oh1 mare hue been bred 3 yearling colts t yearling Jer sey heifer subject to register v nice one corn planter with checker coin limed 1 riding cultivator l mowIng machine plows harrows harness surrey t good as I new wagon S ono horae hay In I the corn In the crib household furnl ture and other things too numerous to ofIJil z T How Tom Collect Your Notes ann Accounts how can I collect what is owing me This is the all important question with every merchant wholesale firm business mid professional teen far mers and in fact every one today Never lifts tho question been so prominent in tho busiueea world as it is today The loss of n low accounts youtlmttension knowledge or experience to tho adjustment or examination into some claim in which you have an interest may CAUKO you tho lots of mUll dollar Our province nnd our business is to help you in these matters Whether iti is a NOTE or ACCOUNT you aro not able to collect or whether it in solo claim in which you have on interest which needs looking into carefullywe are prepared to do itnmt do if promptly This is our business wo nuke it a study Wo have tho facilities ami wo have the experience and tho fact that wo have collected mnny dollars which were given up as lost is one of our best arguments in favor of what we can do Our terms are reasonable and wo make no charges unless we collect Wo make collections anywhere in tho United Staten Air e recently collected nn account for n firm in the adjoining county against a man in California If you have a claim which needs looking after or a note or account which you want collectedno matter how i it i yourbusinessMAYS COLLECTION AGENCY WOODSON MAY Mgr Somerset Kentucky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Earns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Mia STANFORD KY Reildence Phone 89 Office 66 Insure with me and be fully protected Dinwiddie COM Hustonville Ky 9 Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods B D CARTER New Liver Depot Street Phorio 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY A W CURD AUCTIONEER Burgin Itontuclty I am a graduate of Jones National Bchool of Auctlone rs Chicago and have had ex porjenca in the big cattle sales nt the Union stock Yards Chicago where we sold some thoroughbreds as high as lluo Also In horse sales where 800 sale were made each day Auctioneering Is a science and I have studied It with this Idea Heeor phone me before ou for your can- makesalestoyouradvantage Pitoncrnit Fruit and Ornamental Trees 1 Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden One Htrnwberry plant CataloguesNo H1F Hillcnmcycr Sons Liixls TON KKVTDCKT Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monu ments Markers and Posts Cemetery and lawn Vases and betted Office and works Me Kinney Ky TO THE FARMERS 1 will continue to handle Fertilizers In the Jumbo and McKinney sections and ask my old patron to remember me I also ask the patronage of many new customers U O RIPPLE London IfoY Spring Summer Stock flaveryour measure taken by n tailor of ex perience Then your clothes whethera low price business suit or the flnest evening clothes will have that individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were made to yonr measure I will also take your meas are for trousers cotst nrxte JnOYnelJIDt samples on band ready for your Inspection HO nUPUBY The Tailor Stanford T J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY 091e Phone 1CT Home ibone Si Fish Pennington Insurance and Real Estate I All kinds of INSURANCE on nil kinds of property Only the larg tilt companies represented Rates as low as can be had anywhere Stanford Ky Phone 200 CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I can furnish the public with toe best as well as the freshest ol cut flowers plants of all kind bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths purposesIn above I have all kinds of vegetables on band at reasonable prices OHIUHTMAN HIKKN JlOlTHK- H1o1111II11IIVIoa Hanfo- rdK7CONCRETING conScretingand In fact we cnn make any from i house down to a fence post We can servo yon promptly and guarantee nrptclats pricesbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky FARM FOR SALE My farm of C 1 acres of good land well lm proved well watered and fenced Is for sale It Ie located seven miles from rstanford In the May wood section Homo has six rooms Now barn and other necessary outbuildings A bargain If sold at once J T LIVING HTON IP U No1 Stanford Ky J J BELDEN For house carriage and sign pointing deco retlvepaper hanging also buggy trimming of all kinds such as tops recovered curtains and boots made Htopnver Aldrldges black smith shop West Main BU Stanford Ky Phone X002X J JBEtiDKN Stock of Merchandise for Sale idesire to sell privately my stock of Oro corks and Hardware a good bud ne about if fOO JKason III healthIR B MAHONEY Pres J T WHITE Sccy W S FISH Treas The Citizens Realty and Title Co Farms houses and lots for rent sale or exchange PersonSdceiringqulok sales or purchases in realty of nil kinds Call on or write us at STANFORD KYrPromptness and Reasonable Commissions Our Specialty Phone 200 7 a7 L = r WALKOVER 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 i WalkoverJThe prices are the in the price of everything we use They cost ns more it is true but for years we have advertised WALKOVER SHOES at 350 4 450 and 5 and we are delivering them to you at old prices but less profit to + s h All styles leathers and lasts in both high and low shoes 00 1 H J McROBERTS L STANFORD KENTUCKYf mf Ef i i i G L R II Coffey K ft Coleman N I Dr Hess Poultry Panacea Iw Will make lions lay euro thammmof dUcuBo and keep good thrifty condition II HIofm lore PENNYS DRUG STOREiI 1Stanford Kentucky L Ir When You Have 1- rOdUc p iITo Sell Gall t IL B Northcott tejitIi J 1 StanfordKyPhone153r c THURMANK TUDOR Manager t L1i + y r T T1 MARCH 2Bth 1010 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD E3T PAGE THREE Official Call For Primary Election b By the Democratic District Committee for the Congres sional District of Kentucky i LA primary election U hereby call I ed to be hold In tho rcjruUr vot ing pUces or proolncU In each of the I i counties composing tbo Eighth Con 4 preailonal District of Kentucky bet lwv n the hoar of 6 A M aid 4 v M I on Saturday tho 30th day of April lUlt for tho purpoio of nominating a Democratic candldato for Congress In Fa district to be voted for attho ro I t KUlar November election 1110 I The right to voto at said primary etcatlbn shall bo limited und restricted to those who aniltato In good faith with I tile Democratic party and further Iitedito ihomiolve to support the nomlncoo of said election and who IOHSOSH the qualifications proscribed by law ft An assessment of three thousand I jfqljari WOQO U hereby fixed for the purttwe Qf Oofraylnu tho wpensos of isalfl primary oloctlon to be paid by ttnllJawsnnJaiiyporaoiidoslrlng to b j UiBO a oandldaU slmll not later Itthan tho 16th day of April ttlO clvo written notice to J Norton Fitch Cljainnan of this sold Democratic t dtftri t oomrnlUffo and pay to said uQlntn pn of said district emtntW- enqatrthan VAIL date fifteen hun I I droft teIOO In oath to oover ht1otIon oftilo oxpenso of IioIdIn- S r haItI primary election Provided how rvar that If moro than two pontoni I 6t all qualify as candidates by com plrJnffWlth tho foregoing provisions I thl section tho chairman shan at onO return to each of said candidates tlio burn he has paid in excess of his I proportion of the said three thousand I dollars In the event tho assessment I herein provided for Is Insulllolont to defray tho oxpenso ofthis election tho deficit shall bo paid by tho successful Candidate 4 Satd district committee shall meet t lathe county court room of tho Court House st NlchoUsvlllo Kentucky on Monday the 18th day of April IglO y a 2 oclock standard time and If It t then appear that only ono candldato r shall have complied with tho require I racnls Of aecttoa thred before tbo ox providedIt District solve Itself Into a convention and will tit declare to be the noralcoo for the office f sought that person who Is the only I candldato and shall refund to such candidate tho entrance too paid by him i lessthb cost accrued for advertising und otherwise preparing for said prl i mary electionr5 TIle Polls shall bo opened in each i and every precinct at all tho counties r IngialdCongrosslonal district In tho = Usual nnd regular voting places i tf n tile closing of tho polls the tollleara shall proceed to count tho bal tIi lots and to make returns and in so do lngBhallbe governed by tho provisions of tho general election law and the returns shall bo insde to the chairman of the respective cquntles in said die I trict who will deliver the stub books and Questioned ballots and tho cur tificates to thU committee 7 Ho candidate In said primary shall te allowed to 5leas a devJce ilJ u i g p tho device of tho Democratic party And the order In which the names of tho candidates shall appear on tho bal lot shall be determined by lot In tho manner decided upon by the sub committee hereinafter provided for S The officer of the election shall be selected from lists offered by Ibo can didates In accordance with tho pro visions of the primary election law by the subcommittee hereinafter provided for U Each candidate shall be entitled to designate by written notice to tho chairman of each county committee in the district not less than five daYI be tbo 30ih day of April 191V the name of ono person I r ach voting precinct in each county to act as challenger and inspector for said candidate at said primary election 10 On the 3rd dayafter the returns shall have been mantle to the chairman of each county of this district the I committee shalt meet at Nleholasvlllo at 2 oclock PM and canvass the vote cast aud Uiuo the certificates of nomi nation as required by law 11 Tho suboommlttoo hereinafter provided for Is directed to employ the county court clerks to copy from tho regular registration books made In Danville Harrodsburg Nluholasvlllo Richmond Lawranetsburjj and Shelby rlllo In 1001 the names of all demo crate mimi tho persons so employed shall return the copied to tho chair man Mrllfled as Required by law who sbnll cause Uitm to be delivered to the olHeers of election 12 Tha chairman of Uils committee wilt oaust uoplos hureof certified by himself and tho secretary of the oom mluco to be posted at tho oourt house door In aaoh county seat of the coun ties composing tho said district and in SO other conspicuous placoi In oach county in the district for not loss than 40days prior to tho 30th dayof April 1UU nnd said notice shall bo published In each Democratic newspa per of tho district 13 In order that tho provisions tol this call may be carried into full force and effect n subcornmnlttet consisting of tho entire committee Is hereby ap pointed which committee shall have power and Is directed to bo caused to bo printed and prepared for use the requisite number anti kind of ballots which shall bear the facsimile of the signature of tho chairman of this com mittee and It will procure the neces sary election supplies and cause them together with tho ballots to bo deliv ered to tho officers of tho election as required by law and to do any and I all other acts necessary and piopor to the holding of said primary election J NORTON FITCH Chairman Democratic Committee of tho KIghth Congressional Die trict of Kentucky J J Richardson Secretary DemocratIc Committee of KIghth Congressional District of Kentucky Administratrix Sale 1 Amidmlnlstrntrlxof thoestate of JOSH JT deceased I will salt on sA1tT1tuA Alnnllh liJlQ at his late resldtmoo near Dripping Spring the lollovrlun Htoro of gunerut mvrclian illio with store fixtures anti stok consisting of SOO pair of shoos 9X1 tints HO yards call doeu pair overalls nnd many otherCIIII too numerous to mention A 0 saw mill goal ono comparatively new also about 40000 feet of lumber of nil kinds 3 Rood work routes ons cow and n yonrlliiRS IU barrels of corn 1 line ratiRO never been used ti stands of bees lot of fnrmln Imple ments also 6 shares In Urab Orchard Hank lag Co All portions owing tho ostatu ot- Jefih lit Hluglttton deceased mOat settle in IE dRY UI nccountswllt put In hands of H lawyer Tornu matte knownon ilisyot sale TKLlTIlAKBINaiKTONAdnu JV Chandler Auet H GET IN THE GAMEt I J Also Get Into One of Those IHART SCHAFFNER and MARX i Spring Suits and no one can dress better than you Take no chance but see that the HART SCHAFFNER and MARX label is in your suit and you get a positive guarantee that it is allwool fabric perfect instyle fit and workmanship Prices from 1750 to 2750 Other wellknown makes at any price below 1750 I Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY Stole Wagonload of Lumber Wholesale Thievery Near Yose miteLive News From Mid dlcburg MlDDLEDURO KY A bold thief went to Durhams Mill on the Trace Fork pike pno milo from Yosemite ono night last week and stole a wagon load of lumber that had just been sawed for R M Sharp and hauled it oft Mr Sharp has no clue as yet but the rascal will pay dearly for it Forest fires raged in tho Carpenters Creek hills west of town several days last week but a shower of rain Sunday afternoon put a quietus on the flames and brought gladness to tho hearts of tho farmers exposed Tapicott Co contractors are put ting up for Dr C B Creech a new residence on the corner fronting Mrs WesleyThe of measles scorns to have about run Its course There are no new cases and those who have been down are recovering Fishing so far this Spring line not been good so say those who have tried it Even Uncle Milt Jones sometimes has fishermans luck which is not com mon for him Mias Uettie Royalty has returned from Howling Green She had to give up school on account of detective eye sight Miss Ueasie Leo is able to take her place HS teo9her in tho Graded School after a two weeks tussle with rheastes Mr and Mrs L Lee Murphy came down from McKinney Friday af ternoon and spent the night with McD Fogle and wife E L Gadberry who has been learning the banking business here under Caabjer It U Young Is said to have a cinch on the cashiership of the new bank at Liberty Miss Des sic Winfrey of Pellton has been work- Ing in the telephone office hero for a week or mo- retigiitq Dare 1982 Combined fUalllon Hark Mahogany flay weight 1JDO pounds It absolutely sound lii QVOtWft KInti disposition nnll colti easily bandied lie has stepped eighth In ISW hitched ton sullcyls live gnlted Hreot show horse wearing the limo tie line a yearling i nt three years old wore nI blues nnd one out of II shows as u non horso anti ui n model U In n class himself tie wish never defeated except by two of his own colts and has won In rings of si bond Ills colts are always Inside the money and when developed Snake great saddler aud high priced threu and flve galled show horses M of his get nt mi average aao of 24 years sold nt an aver ago iirlco of toil u tins never been detent iv produce ring when shown with to hgotThink guoh saddler nt be hfl sired namely Nettleton Wlnsom 1rosnect the Jim Anderson Mare liny Iny Price llorrlne Mnre Toxic Unre Ix ndon Dare Darts All White Foot 1rlnco Iinjxirmal and n host of others that hnvo been sold from 11000 to 1000 Iook at his record ns n sire of snddlMM and tea whnt they cnn do 1UUNITY 1kiti got by Quester DnreNo Iii Ao lit slash by Welcliinont riXT AT H- It ho by WUllnm Welch ail AT II U ha by Uysdekas Ilnmblotonlon No 10 A T H- It wIlt servo snare this season of 1910 nt tuy sUblo In Huston vllle nt the low pries of ftOTO INMUHK A UVK dourMoney duo when colt conies or mart traded or removed or brett to any other tock Alien retained on nil colts until paid for furnished at reuVonnhlo ricu for flares from it distance and must bo settled for before removed llreeillng Lonrs from S- ro 10 lit morning and 4 to 0 lu evening JInivs will ruaulvo ny i ersonot Attention Limit will not bt rUIIOIlMlloIo for accidents or bscllpvltt also nt the sumo Dine mind place my great breedIng Mule Jack PEYTON ao welt known In the Wet Knd of lnoln J000etatuemoved or parted with or bred to other I tock 1oytoa by hut DuJdernrs Jack ho- Ly lIubbloH llrlgnolla and out of Jim Pot tors Jenuett 181111u with very large bono nnd foot Rood neck nnd oat good quarters well mounted IS hand 1 Inch high and admired by nil who see lilm said to be the but IflUICack In tincoln county All Bro Invited to come and see him riiono tit residence D S CARPENTER UVI1oIYJLtE leT 4 Commissioners Sale I In Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at its February term 1010 In tbo caso of Telitba Morgan ete plaintiffs vs Theodore 8 Reynolds etc defendants I will on MONDAY APRIL 11 1P10 County Court day at about 1 oclock P M sell at public outcry to the highest bidder In front of tho court KentuckyThatcertain nearitore of Fishing Creek and bounded as follows Beginning at a stake dog wood and red bud pointers in a line of John Singleton thence S 31 E 124 poles to two maples In line of N H Reynolds thence his line N 74 W 72 poles to a black thence N 51j w 54 to a small white oak and hickory pointers corner to John Singleton 40 W 3t poles to a stono in old line of Jobnathan Singleton and E H Singleton thence N 42 K 04 poles to a stono In edgo of field thence S 49 E37t to the begin ning andceyUining 45 acres more or 108i Said land will bo sold on a credit of six months and tho purchaser will bo required to execute bonds for the purchase price payable to ran as Commissioner approved person al security bearing interest rein the day of sale atthe rate of six per cent ier annum IL U SAUPLBV- T J IIlll M C L C C- Atty fo- rCommissioners PI II Sale I In obedience to a judgmentgf the Lincoln court at bar term WOO In the case of S O sloy against Mary A Wallace and others 1 will on MONDAY APRIL 11 1910 County Court Day sell at Iubllo outer to tho highest bidder before the courthouse door In Stanford Ky the following described residence proper ty in tbo city of Stanford Lincoln county Kentuck Lot No 1 Containing tho dwelling house and outbuildings is described as follows Beginning at the edge of the right of way of time Louisville Nashville railway on the east side of Danville venue thence North with the edge of Danville avenue 113 feet to the south edge of Maxvlllo street thcnco East with the south line of Maxvlllo street 305 feet to tbo end of a picket fence 11 feet cast of culvert under Maxvllle street thence South on the east side of a drain 229 feet to a post at the end of a wire fence hence West with the edge ofsaid railroad right of of way 220 feet to tho beginningLot 12 Is described as follows Beginning at the corner Qf a negro tenement bouse and lot owned by A T Nunnolloyr on Maxvllle street thence west with south edge of the line of Maxvillo Street 130 feet to tho end of a picket fence 11 feet east of a culvert under Max stralrbtlinewire fence thence east with line of I right of way of Louisville Nashville Railroad 150 feet to the Southwest corner of tho tenement house nnd lot of A T Nuunolley thence North with tho line of said lot 175 feet to the beginning This sale Is made to satisfy the judgment debt of Maggie S Owgley for the sum of 3200 with interest thereon at the rate of six or cent per annum from the 2d day of October loUtf until paldOctouerS II Baujfhtnan for the sum of 600 with Interest thereon from May 15 Io08 until paid subject to a credit of 81090 puld December 10 1903 and alsfttp pay the cDsts of this action sOLot 2 will bo first offered for sale and If It bring a sulllcient sum to pay tho aforesaid debts interest tad costs then Lot No1 will not be mold but it itfmtifrthbring slllflolent sura to pay same lot No1 will bo bf for rrfercd sale Tho two lots or the property as a whole will then be offered for sale and that bid accepted which brings the most money if however Lot No 1 shall bring a suftlnlent sum to pay the said debts Interest and cost of this action and tho detendantiloInry A Wallace so elects No1 will be sold TermsSaid property will be sold on a credit of and the purchaser will be required to execute sale price to mo as Commissioner with approved per sonal security bearing six cent interest from the day of sale and so cured by lien retained on the proper ty H R SAUFLEY M C M C L 0 C- AttyforPiff Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at its February term 1910 in tho case of J GeorgoWwilt onMONDAY APRIL 11 1910 County Court day at about 1 oclock P M soil at public outcry to tho high est bidder in front of tie court house at Stanford Kentucky That certain tract of land on the waters of Caney Fork of Duck Creek beginning at a hickory and white oak near Olive Church thonco N 40 E 32 poles to a stako on north side of county road thence with said road N 80 E 4J poles to a stono in the center of said road thence N 25 W 70 poles to a stono thence N 29 W 100 polos to a black thence 8 43 W 70 poles to a poplar stump or tree thence S 29 E 54 poles to a maple thence S 60 W 70 poles to a poplar and gum thence S 8 poles to two white oaks thenco S 50 E 132 poles to the beginning and containing ono hundred and sixteen acres The object of this sale is to satisfy the lien debt of the plaintiff for the sum of Two Hundred dollars with six per cent Interest thereon from Novom bar 11th 1003 subject tcf a credit of ten dollars paid November 9th 1907 and tho sum of five dollars paid January 10th 1003 and also to satisfy the payment of the further sum of eigh teen dollars and eight cents and tho further sum of 335 the probable cost of this aoUo- nTermsSnltJlond will bo sold on a credit of six months and the purchas er will be required to execute bonds for tho purchase price with good and suftlclent personal securiy payable to mo as Commissioner and bearing in percentOeo D Florence M C L C C Atty for P- tCommissioners Sale I In Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to a judgment of the Lin cola Circuit Court rendered at the February term 1910 In the action of Nathan Singletons Heirs against Na ban Singletons Heirs the undersign ad Commissioner will on MONDAY APRIL 11 1910 I County Court day at about 1 P M In runt nf the nnnrtnmian door In Stanford Kentucky otter for sale at pub lic outcry to the highest and best bid del on a of six months A tract of about lOOl acres of land war waynesburg In Lincoln county Kentucky bounded On the north by the lands of Mury fj mast by the lands of tan Jaeohand W A Horton on the south by the lauds of A G Myers and W A hoc ton arid on the west by tho lands of W A Hatcher Tho object of the sale is for a divi dOn of the proceeds Tho purchaser will be to give bond with oQdsecurity for tho purchase price payable to the Commissioner bearing six POI cent interest from date of sale until paid having the force and olTect of a Judgment and secured by lien on the land H It SAUFLEY J B Paxton MCLCa- Ait y for PllT Commissioners Sale I In Lincoln Circuit Court a In obedience to a judgment of the Lin 1l coin Circuit Court rendered at its Fob ruary term 1910 in the case of Perkins plaintiff vs W J LuolasJet all defendants I will on MONDAY APRIL Jl 1910 County Court day at about 1 P M sell at public outcry to est bidder In front of the oolockldoor In Stanford Kentucky That certain tract of land In the town of Crab Orchard in Lin coin county Kentucky and bounded 1j on tho north by tho Chappells Gap pike on the east by the lands of WIE Perkins on the south by Elm street 2 on the west by the lands of Jnne Buchanan and containing twelve acres more or less The object of this sale is to a lien debt of tho plaintiff for tho of 83000 with Interest thereon at rate of six per cent January lumI1903 until paid Interest payable ana further sum of 85 probable cost of this action 1 Said will be sold on a credit of Ii six months and the purchaser will be K required to execute bonds for pur chase price payable to mqIlS Com missioner bearing tho day of sale at the rate of six per cent per annum with good and approved personal security and further secured a retained on tho land H It SAUFLEY MCLCC K S Aluorn Atty Commissioners Sale I In obedience to a judgment oi the Lincoln Gf cuit Court made and entered at its Novexnbeva to tSfendant and M S Baughman dminuuanorpplaintiff vi J F Cummini defendant Iwill on MONDAY APRIL II 1910 at Ioclock P M county court daysell at public outcry to the highest bidder in front the new court house deor in Stanford Ky That tract of land lying on Fall Lick Creek ia Lincoln county Ky and boundad on the north by the land of Dabner Davis Thomas Adams and the Dripping Springs property on the east by the W Sinletou place on the South by theE Carter laid and on the West by the old Jake Lane place and containing about 168 acres of land more or less TERMS This land will be soldon a cred it of six months and the purchaser will be requir ed to execute bond for price goodand approved personal security payable to me as and bearing interest the e of tale at the rate ol six cent an JlandW S Burch and J N Saunderi 1 Attorneys I i GALTON 12910 Benson of 1810 Mire otCiilrln O Al Hums 2i9 and six others with trials from 2Xi to 2la those orotho only ones that were evor band Jled for Also the sire of one dam with one In tlse5Aiist Sired Qauibetta V1I oft kcsIIII the sire of 210 In the Isailst 18 In 1 210 and better clalmuct to bo the greatest sire in the world lit diim Daisy fltek i grand dam of 6 with record of from tI7to 208Jf by Knfleld S II of Ilumblotoutan 10 deal by Soelcys American Star l X29 has 0 In 230 his daughters have nnlhtf230 or bettor snd damn inckstcp by tucky 1rlnco Jr sire of J Q l un onndu S iiU nndUhiiuof 15 In the 230 list Sot darn by Old Joe sire of the dual of J Q 2171i In ton carries the blood of four leodlnr families Hamblutonlnn VIlkcManibrlno- hiefnnd II I3eeiey5 Amer cnn Star GaltonJ colts have gone against nnd de feated time best In harness clauses and road iter rings they are In great demand selling ynemriingifrontstable mllej West of llnstoirvllle on Iirnu inrdsvlllo pike at 115 to Imura u living colt tlftetbelngrfllIIOnt1offor inures no other atocknlxed with- noire have gnus lots and largo stabltu for mares to font Oraln fed lit cost riioiioliiroililoucoHuitonvilleKxchanKuW ilustonytlle Kr RICHMOND IOm 16 hand 5 yewold jack will make the lesson at our farm on Danville pike be Iween H niile and Hubble at a lee oi 10 for mare mule and 8 lor horts mule to iasure- llyingcoh FITZPATRIcK 6c RANKIN HedgcviUe Ky 5e F to II Ii rc i I1 PAGE FOURTHEI INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAROHSBth 1910 Goods On Display AtI 1 L L SANDERS CRAB ORCHARD We want every man woman and child to come and see our beautiful stock of Spring and Summer goods We have a full line of clothing shoes hose shirts hats caps gloves silks fiouncingscollarsbeltshandkerchiefswill make you a price that no one can reach on carpets mattings rugs wall paper window shades lace curtains curtain net and curtain poles We have a full line ofgarden seed and nave the right price It will bejimpossible for us to make prices in this bill but you come and yo u will be convinced we are the ones that will make you a price that no one can reach I We will sell a double roll of wall paper for only 5c and will sell you men and boys odd pants so that you cant afford to miss buying a pair of them Our line of Spring Clothing is simply an uptodate line in every respect We have a line of hats to suit any one We have all the newest shades and shapes and the price is right We Will Bae Everytbing the Farmer Wants Plows Plow Points Weeding hoes and all kinds of Buggy Whips Buggy Harness WE Corn Planters Plow GeariWagon Breeching Garden Rakes Team Whips Check lines and Bridles have a full line of house buggy and wagon paint And dont g forget this is the place to get your machine needles shuttles bobbins and bands We have a nice lot of 5 end lOc goods now We willopen our Soda Fountain soon as the weather gets warm And dont forget we want to be your grocerman We keepa full line of can ned goods and vegetables x i gentsforprice for you We will have a special sale on Queensware SATURDAY APRIL 2l10andwill have lots of other bargains for you on that day it will benefit you to come Dont for get the man that sells for cash is the one that makes the price Yours For Trade I LI SANDERSC- RAB I ORCHARD KY J4 ifV + II i H TT I 1MARCTI25th 1910 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KYPAGEFIVE y e oe eeeee sIietleee e New Wash GoodsJ I We nre showing some pretty novelties in wash goods Home spun linens at 25c homo spun linenc 15c new French ginghams new flaxons in checks Fine EmbroideriesP- retty flouncings at 50c to 5 per yard Suits and Skirts Let us show you our suits and skirts We make a specialty of making a skirt just like you want it e 0 e NBKPIXS Bobbins and Shuttles for all sewing machines at Pennys Drug Store i tPERSONALS Miss LOTTIE CARSON Is the guest of frl ends In Lancaster- W II WEAREN spent Monday with hit mother in Lexington Miss MYRTLE CORMNEY of Garrard y It the guest of Mrs J A Allen and Mr W A Powle of Rowland MRS CHARLES VON GIIUNIGAN of Louisville has been on a visit to rela tives hero- MESSf1S JAMES AND JOHN CARTER have returned from a little trip to Lou Iiville WILLIAM SEVERANCE is In Cincinnati buying Roods for the popular firm of Severance ISon JOHN SMILEY from the Huitonvllle section met his brother Zuclc Smiley hero this week on business LOOAN HUGHES suffered a severe attack of Indigestion this week and was a very sick man for n while JUDGE J W ALCORN was In Frank fort this week on business in the Fed eral court MRS W Eo VARNON of Aahevllle NO is visiting her sister Mrs Mat tic Kirby and other relatives hero MRS M M STONE who has been at Edgerton Mo during the winter re turned hero this week and is with Mr J M Pettus and family i WARREN GRICSHY CHAPTER U D a will meet at the residence of Mrs J W Alcorn Saturday afternoon at 2 o clockMRS GARLAND SINGIETON entertained the members of the Baptist Ladies Missionary Society at her home Thurs day afternoon IN renewing for the I J Mrs W E Borders at Ogden Ark writes I cant do without my dear old home pat per BOWEN VANARSDALE an old Stan ford boy and now one of the most suc cessful drummers on tho road wag in town Thursday visiting tho trade TUB children of the Presbyterian Sundayschool will give an Easter en tertainment at the church on Sunday morning at 11 oclock- J M ALVERSON assistant clerk of the Senate returned homo Wednesday night for a short stay Ills work at tho capital will not bo completed before the expiration of thirty days PROP AND MRS J W IRELAND en tertained Grand Master I N Williams of the lodge of Odd Follows at dinner Tuesday evening Rev F M Tinder of Lancaster who was also here for the Odd Fellows meeting was alto their guestAT her home on the Somerset pike I Miss Mary K Dudderrar delightfully entertained last Saturday evening from 2 to 4 In honor of her 14th birthday About 40 invitations were sent out Among those present were Mrs Clar ence Tato and the members of her Sun I dayschool class Miss Wilson and a number of her pupils of the Lynnwood school Music and popular games were enjoyed by everyone At 330 the I charming young hoeteta led the way 1tothe dining room where delicious reo r fresh Menta were served The table Iii decorated in term white and pink c- arInalleM was a beauty In the center was a huge white frosted cake on which burned 14 tiny pink candles The eaters white and pink were ef fectively carried out In the cakes and Ices Besides their best wishes for a long and happy life each guest brought a pretty gift Mrs Dickey Edits Issue oflMcthodlst PaperTo Help Parsonage Work The current laeueof the Central Methodist Advocate is called the Parsonage number and the editorial work practically entirely the product of Mrs J J Dickey of this city For several years Mrs Dickey has been the corresponding secretary of the Womans Home Mission Society of the Kentucky Conference and part of its work is to assist In building and furnishing parsonages The Kentucky and Louisville Conferences are said to be the only ones In the South which do not furnish tho residences of their pastors and thin society la doing much good toward extending the good work The edition 1t is b dsomelymaatrated with halftone pictures of parsonages and has snany well written description of the work i LOCALS FrtKSHCAUfJHT Ohio river big fish at tho Country Store toda- yLoanAutomobl lovo Reward for return to Miss Luella White HAY Foil SALE Two stacks of tim othy Joe Uallou U TUB freshest wrinkles in neckwear at Cummins Wcarens NEW Florida fruit and vegetables at the Country Store w PLYMOUTH ROCK Leghorn and Black Minorca eggs for sole 1 per 1C Ed Hubbard LOST Shepherd bitch reddish col or very timid toward for return to M S Uaughman tf CANNELL coal thobeatfor Spring time use 18c a bushel delivered J H Oaughman I Co FLY time Is heedGet our low prices on screens for your windows and doors George II Earrls 82 See COBURNB Minstrels at Waltons Opera House Saturday night 26th The finest singing and dancing ever heard and seen in Stanford This company has been here before and whllo excel lent then is oven better now than then Popular prices LaDIES dont fall to see those suede Oxfords in gray and blacks Prices 13 to 3GO at Cummins Wcarens IIIOUCL 8Svudvfrand talk- Ing pictures Monday night at the Thea Corium Change of program every night MILLINERY OIENINdNoel Sisters cordially invite you to attend their at tractive display of Spring millinery on Saturday March 26 1910 at Danville Ky W W WHITE the popular Country Store proprietor has just received a handsome awning from tho IndiJnapo lis Awning Co In a loiter the compa ny asked if he could use a circus tent and a camp meeting tent FOUND Piece of paper money Owner can get some by Identifying and pay ing for notice J U McAlister COUNTY JUDGE L W BETIIURUMt- W G Baker and J W Brown of Mt Vernon were here Thursday before J N Saunders Referee in Bankruptcy an business connected with the case of J J Stokes a Rockcastle county who has filed a petition for the benefit of the bankrupt law WAYNESBURG God is with us In tho downfall of the Czar of America Cannon Tho advent of Spring with Its bright sunshine and the prosperity of our country leadingi dening and tho more extensive prepa rations for farming aro progressing beautlI A long spell of sickness Mrs Tom Hutchinson of Ludlow Is at the bed side of her ssterin law Mrs Bertha Gooch who is not expected to live Edward Estea Is slowly improving after a long spell of pneumonia A J John son carrier on Rural Route No2 is able to be out again after an illness of several weeks Our new postoffice building is near completionH has put In a new boiler at his mill R Curtle was in Somerset Monday and bought a pair of mules for 250 F S Gooch is doing business at this place for the Eastern Produce Co of Burnaids The K 0 T Mof this place seems to be progressing nicely as some ono is initiated at every meeting night Mrs Nancy J Squires of Ashland Ky will be with us next week working in the Interest of the L 0 T M Nova cornea from Cincinnati that Mrs Henry Webster who Was well known hero died in that city after a lingering illness J A Padgett committed suicide at Eubanks by hanging himself Mm Docia Pcttus is visiting her father T J Gooch Miss Mattie Bourne of Hubble Is visiting relatives hereWe note with pride the great im provementin the I J tl l I 1 w a oeeeeesle ee eeeeeA Second Trip 2 To the market weve found necessary on account of S the brisk early Spring business and are betterprepared than ever to supply you with your Spring and Summer J needs The increased patronage we have continued to 0 enjoy is due to the fact that our goods are as represent ed We make good every statement we are never J undersold when quality is considered o- eerr re ree oeere Severance Son I STANFORD KENTUCKY OIL cloth and straw matting at thI Country Store TUG hand concert by Coburns min strels is a feature you should not miss It takes placo at 3 oclock Saturday af ternoon March 2Cth S C B LEOII eggs for sale Best laying strain Write or phone Mrs R L Berry Huatonvillc Ky 710 r r PURK Plymouth eeeeEl for NunnelleyTurnereville CAR of Northern oats just re ceived Mixed and White Extra nice J II Baughman Co QUEEN QUALITY Oxfords hold their shape and stylo Let us fit you Cummins Wearen Orplngton Mrs W J Holtzclaw Stanford R F D No1WANTED to trade lumber for barn patterns for corn and hay C J Sip pie London DRESS MAKING and sewing of all kinds done by Miss Mary Zeller at J F Cummins residence Satisfaction guaranteed OUR great low price sale is still on and were stilt selling everything below cost Better come quick S Gold stein I HAVE made a change in my buggy and implement business and all who owe an account that is past due will please call and settle at once Also all notes that aro due and past due must be paid at once E T Pence Preachersville Born to the wife of Robert Smith a fine girl Rev Pierce Bryant will preach Sun day at the Baptist church Albert Spoonamore the youngest brother of Geo 0 Spoonamoro mash ed his fingers very badly under a hay frameWe hear much praise of the INTERIOR JOURNALS nowlmakoup It looks as bright as a new dollar and as handsome as a pretty girl on May day James Burke has shown himself a man of much nervo He rushed into the burning barn at J F Mosers and saved a wagon and some gates but was burned considerably- Mr J P Ballard one of our leading merchants has sold his stock of mer chandise to J U Kennedy who is an experienced hand In tho goods busi ness and will no doubt secure a good patronageF of this place has bought out the furniture store of J D Anderson of Crab Orchard and will take charge in a few days We regret to give up Mr and Mrs Cummins but our loss is Crab Orchards gain- J H Thompson bought four heifers or Geo 9 Spoonamore at 4c also a lot of hogs at 9c J P Ballard sold a cow to G Lutes for 32 Ballard Thompson bought 20 yearlings from Rev An drew Baird at 20 per head also 21 yearlings from Nathaniel Williford at 19 This firm sold 20 yearlings to Fol e Grimes of Garrard at 22 Levi Bell sold some corn to J F Moser at 326 Mr and Mrs B C Anderson of Brodhead were visiting tho family of J H Rlgsby Jesse Brown and daugh tore Mises Luna and Julia visited at J F Moser Misses Dora and Ellen Blankcnahip visited their brother F F Blankcnship at Stanford Mrs Fado Parks and children were guests of her mother Mrd Rosa in Garrard Wm Naylor and wife were visiting hb brother Tom Naylor and wife on Stin gy Creek Ed White of Cedar Creek was with relatives here bidding them adieu before taking a trip to the State of WashingtonRowland Mrs J T OHaro is improving after a severe attack of pneumonia Mrs W C Camden has been very sick but is better Born to the wife of Sam Ucl Camden a fine girl Monday night Mrs S E Carter has comp homo from a protracted visit among her children at Lebanon Junction G W Goodrich is having his homo improved by putting upa nice front fence Sherley Holtz claw of Lancaster was over to see his beet girl Sunday Mrs Pearl Blevins VPrlcee oCouE in and look at onr new Re frigerators W II HIggins THE Grade Literary Society will entertain at the city school this af ternoon All are cordially invited to attend SUNDAY is Missionary Day at the Baptist church in Stanford and the sermon of Pastor Hosklns will be on Home Missions Ho will preach both morning and evening REGULAR atthe Christian church next Lords day Sundayschool at 930 A M preaching at 1045 A M and 730 p u Y P S C E meeting at 630 P M The choir practice will be held at 630 Friday evening instead of 730 NOTICE fly direction of tho City Council the or rigldlyenforcedowner with tne City Olerk and R tax ft of II paid at the same time and a collar placed on the dolt containing Iti registered num cOUlplyUbline of 13 per dny and U it the marshal duty to docs not registered and col Inml AS required by the ordinance II I CARTER 83 City Mnnliat Amusement and Entertainment Every Evening Till lntc t and best run of moving pIcture lit the Tlufttorlum Pleases the grown lolki delights the children A new picture every night Only Sand lOo UMiiiauiCENUUiin PROP Stanford K LN TIMETABLE No SI Hoath 112 F M No S3 HOUth 1045 A M No X4 North 4 MO A X No a North BU r M No IT 1029 A r- Noreror w JOS S RICEAgontA- DMINISTRATORS NOTICE THOSE having claims against the es tato of Geo B Saufley deceased are notified to present same to tho undersigned prdftcrly proven for payment Those owing him will please make set tlement with me at once George L Penny administrator J L Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalmer Also Dealers in Fur nituro Matting8Rug8 They will exchange Furniture for Ml Kinds of StockgGiva Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No flo F A AM will meet In stated communication on each first and third Monday nights ofeach month nt 780 oclock in their hall on main streeet titan ford Ky Members of sister lodcea are fro ternally Invited to be prevent T W Pen nlngton Sec W A TRIBBLE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phono 28 Night Phono 133 Stanford KentucKy CLEMENS HOTEL t J L ELKIN Prort DANVILLE KENTUCKY Large airy outsldo rooms Commercial travelers n specialty Special rates by week or month The proprietor Is a former Lln coin county man and his friends should re member him when stopping In lilx town NEW MUSIC 1 Wo have plaOOlln stock a linn line of vo alandinitrumuutalmualonl sold ut rsao per copy Will order any special piece desired For sale a- tShugars dfc Tanners Drugstore Stanford Keatutky1 o eeeeeeo eeeeeoeeseNew Floor Coverings We have just received new druggets new rugs new o mattings etc e New Silks Having sold our first purchases we have just received new patterns in silks e New Corsets See the new models in American Lady corsets 1 to 0 3 eree e reerereroiS t ri r L R Hug Martins t My f t v Muslin Underwear i embroidery New striking Frenchy undergarments gowns mode of line 01 1i beautifullace f Another style n beautiful embroidery flounce Corset covers flaceare showing a new lino of silk petticoats made of very fine taffeta silks several different styles some with tho tail t hohadThese wo consider exceptionally good values J HUGHES MARTIN CO f fI J i M Dry Goods Notions Shoes f i STANFORD KENTUCKY I j l t arssirr 1 II 1 t 1 SpringStocks i I II II I rMens will appeal to the best J I ers Hats in all of thedressI 1 cepted and lthenot the age or sex Also the largestt 1dryand 1 II Notions shown in t This Market fl For 20 years we have stood for high ideals in merchandising pro tecting our patrons interest in thetmatter of values Upon this basis we will appreciate a visit from you I WE PERKINSCRAB j I KENTUCKYi 4 ni 4 u r n Mt t PAGE SiXr THE INTERIOR JOUBNAU STANFORD KY 111hA t0II 25thr19lO PRESTON NO 022 VOL 11 TTiii Champions gailed saddle talon of Kentucky Winning at all Kentucky faire and alto allhe horse show at Buffalo N V StLouu Mo- std Sued Kanll by Wellington No 54 ffnt dam Bell b Rhodericfc No 104 second dam by Denmark Pierton ia brownlhone 15 34 hawk high with fine style and high action He has not only proven himcil to be a STeal show hone altoa great breeder He is thee of Carton Pieslon owned by W O Walker of Stanford K for which he refused 3500 fist season when he was 3 years of age He U the grand sue of Diana of Leaa winner at Maduon Square Garden last Fall for Lawrence Jones who paid 5500 for her alto a grandsire of Queen the Night that told in N Y March 14 1910 for 850 Preston will make the lCaton of 1910 at my table in Crab Orchard Kyat the reaJOnable- 6alrc of 20 to injure a living colt Will keep mares on grail at 250 month but will not be reiponiible for accident or escape of stock Season u due if mare u tradedor parted withor bead to other lIkJc BAILEY Crnb Orclinril Kentucky 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 ttl l1 WesH HI Stanford KentuckyI tifT TIrtlJ l H llitbt Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 4300000 Resources 34000000 SH SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER JB PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J Wl ROCHESTER ASST CASH HC CARPENTERBOOKKEEPERHAYS DIREOTORS wo Walker Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W CarterStanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks StanfoW T 0 Ran kin TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachereville Lllburu Gooch Gilberts Creek FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN J882- CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety IBepoitt Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICEMI Cashier idenl Asat Cashr r I DIRECTORS I F Reid J H Baughman- M D Elmore J M Pettui H C Baughtnzn J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson E C Walton J S HerW H Murphy RURAL TELEPHONESFARMER Make your home as modern for your fancilyMR as a city nwit ncciand Ice yourself in II position to get the latest market quotations serviceitits benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to Head uarters Nashville Tenn foriinformation regarding our special Far DIM Lino rate If you are not atpre enjoyingtelephone service we Kentucky7daaeseceIKwtf r ILASTjTE1VhE5t5CyF TEL TEL CO lLOOBlOlUMIDt 11 w FARMERS DEPARTMIHT FIVE good second hand buggies for dale B D Carter Stanford Two work mares for sale A T Nunnelley FOR SALePure Boone countywhite seed corn 1 25 per bushel See sample at Lincoln County National and First National Banks Also 16 bushels of cultivated hemp seed S J Embry Jr and John C Pepples Stanford BUY harness of a regular dealer where you can get quality J C Mc Clary Five year old mare for sale safe for lady or child work anywhere Apply at Adamss livery stable 72 Baler loltzclaw sold a cow and calf at Rowland this week for S676 NeVin Carter soldto Bowen Givens a fancy harness mare at about 200 Ground hRS been broken for the erec t on of n tobacco warehouse by the BurleyTobacco Society at Mitchells burg Boyle county Scabies in Boyle County News come from Boyle county that over 1000 head of ewes and lambs have died In the Perryville section in the past ten days from scabies The dl cease has been more destructive to lambs than to old sheep About one third of all the ewes in the neighbor hood have died und about two thlyds of the lambs Thomas Martin lost 65 lambs in one week and many of his old sheep Page Leonard and John and Henry Bugg have been among the large losers although the disease has been quite general hvthat section It is estimated that the loss has aggregated almost 1000 per day to that section of Boyle county A new bank has been organized at Perryville to be known as the Peoples State Bank with W C Kern presi dent Samuel Rupley vice president and S F Smith cashier A lot was purchased and a contract awarded for a handsome brick banking building This will make two banks for Perry vine Get a 50cent box of Miona Stom ach Tablets at Pennys Drug Store and stop all distress Cure indigestion or money back NOTICE I Those having claim thevitato or Mn Belle Rice deceased wilt present them- roperlyproven to me at once Those ow- tugtbeeatntearenotified to settle with me Immediately GKO II JnU ITT Admlnlitrntor nolle Illve POSTED Itrletltorbldpasting on our places and wilt protecute nlatori to the full extent of the law lireFredIillburnGooch N II Hummer Will Jleiter UO Nunnelley J W Uaughmnn J W IVck J K Bruce David Hteren John Oamenlch Win Oordler IMin Trmrlor M D Kljnore jrnnuorfJJThompson J K Moior Mr and Mn Jai II Kndi HortonJJOordllrHovltaughmnnUrlabMn Margaret Oooch Jacob Gander GeoUGlvtni WHTrnylor Ham Roberta John Jufer Amend Bclmefor M J llotmnnn MathenyI VatktitJOMM Nannle II Good O KMcOluro AnderionOarr Anton Ilonecker VonOruenlganT OarpllItervJohn H Lee D Hevier ItorrUlWCarterICII U Andenon W1GoochGus Gelixl T A flee Reuben Curtis Ohrla Cnmenltch Jnmci Hmlth Tlniley Hpoonaraore P W Garter A L Garter II W Onlnes W P J I Iloltzclaw W M Klelcif R K Game Mr Mottle White KeetonJomll 2 TRAINSoDAILY 2 1 ST LouisWITHOUT CHANGE COMMISSIONERS SALE In obedience to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at the November term 1966 In the action of W H Routts administrator against Wm Moreland the undersigned corn missioner will on- MONDAY APRIL 11 1910 At about If M in front of tho court house In Stanford Ky offer for vale at public outcry to the highest nnd best bidder pn a credit of six months The undivided one hulf qf nn undivided onethird in remainder subject to the life estatu or Mrs M W Moreland In a tract of 100 acres of land on the wa tern of flanging Fork Lincoln county Ky bounded on the north by the lands of A W Carpenter on the east by the land of Sam Helm on the west by land of Mrs Katherine Gaddi on the south by the T P Hill land and landof R JThoplaintiffs debt for 10175 with G per cont interest on same from June 15 1895 until paid and the costs of this actionThe purchaser will be required to give bond with good security for the pur chase price payable to the commis stoner bearing G per cent interest from date of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judgment and secured by lien on the land F F BOBBITT- J B Paxton Special Comr Atty for PIt- fWhen Hungry GO TO OnrsoiiN HeUSurnnt tunounUr Street Stanford K I feats lurvvd at all hOUNp to lltao P M Hot plHoe lu town lot n good quick mein Cooking to suit our eaitominourtptolnlty Hplendld new Un4 of fancy Irocertes hot OtIITe HrtndwtchM ptes Buttermilk mid twrct intllceto at nil times W A CARSON Prop Auctioneer I I offer my tornee to the people of Lln coin county as an auctioneer Hntltfnrtlon guaranteed II w MoWIIOUTKH- Moreliiud Krn K U No I Residence Turnoravllle HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people lu ibe United States have not heard of the Oourler Journal Democratic la alt things fair la alt thing clean In all things It U CMeottally a family paper By special arrangement we are enabled to of far the WEEKLY COUBtEtiOURNAL one yearend this paper for the price named above Seed your lubacrlptlon for the com bliatlon to ulaottc the Ooarlar fnur LOW ROUNDTRIP HOMESEEKERS FARES TO The West Southwest and Northwest VIA 2 TRAINS DAILY 2 ST LOUIS TO rWITHOUT CHANGE Tickets on Sale First and Third Tuesdays In each Month Return Limit 25 Days from Date of Sale JVWrlte for Fares and Special Olters RiotArranemeetsTia R K rUNN T P A J P CAKDNBK O P A tocisrnin KY A WINTER TOURIST TICKETS TO THE SOUTHand SOUTHEAST ON SALE DAILYJ vA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31st 1910 For Fall Particular calloar write Dc UNO P At A 101 BMllaSruloI- J I i t T r Our Spring line of Clothing is betterTo than ever before It is now open for your Inspection Call and see that snappy sui- teJUST I RECEIVED A Big Line O- fWALLI PAPER Mailings and rugs it will pay you to examine our line before you buy Dont forget we arc 1 price makers I LeLe SANDERS m Crab Orchard Kentucky lfym have the STOCK + LINE Take Nunncllcys New Stock Yards lie buys every the year except Sunday tiring stock Beat market the State with plenty ecd and water best covered pone outiido of Louisville Lexington STANFORD KY Wo also do a CnCf1t hitch and featl busmcw W MCAIlTYPre EO WALTON Pres LRHUGHE88T Stanford Real Estate Co J Stanford KentucKy I Farms Town Property Handled Comiuiwion Stocks nud Bonds Sold you Havol rocrty Bell Rent Notify Us Write for Circular I L R HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky C Tinning Plumbing LIeatigi 1 yourhouse Oo i Porcelain Bath OutfitHave W K WARNER install your country water works with reasonable prices and guarantee andIloofingCall and see Telephone 188 IV K WARNER Stanford Ky 4 Polled Angus Bull I will stand mjr thoroughbred rolled Angus butt at my place on Hjmorjct pike otjico Money due when cow known ta be w 1th colt or parted front OW LOVELL BUalordKy t j w r rsts =flk j anything to sell in it to and sells day In on your hi of or L and on If to or to to tw Boone County Wkke Seei Corn- Field selected buttedtlpped ihelled and graded for edge drop or any planter llx ba Will denier at Blah ford Kf nail court day WALTON E MOSS vr x- f 1aacAatorE7I t 9 e A