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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): March 25, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 int1910032501_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 25, 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. 'n r " : tf A f ti. XXX? If. SHEEP KILLING DOGS The Interior J ournal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. MARCH 25, 1010. NO. S i vil i ' Shot On Highway. Deputy Sheriff W. H Embry arrested I'leaiant Bryant Wednesday on a warrant charging him with (hooting on me purine highway ami disturbing religious worship. Tho boy, colored, is nbout 18 yt'ara of ago and lives In tho Hubble section. Ho was taken before Judge Bailey. . GRAND MASTER VISITS LOCAL ODD FELLOWS COMMERCIAL CLUB MAY BE ORGANIZED Local Man Interested. BIG DAMAGE SUITS Tho Frankfort Journal says that tne FILED IN CIRCUIT COURT Capital Motor Car Co. Is tho latest thing in a business way at tho State Tells of Great Work of Order And Young Business And Professional capital. It has just been organized, Much New Litigation Placed On Much Complaint of Depredations with W. L. Williams president and Dr. Of CanIncs...Law To Be EnIs Well Pleased With Interest Men Want to Help Boost Docket For The May Term Joseph Severance secretary-treasureforced In Cily. Shown Here. Stanford. Of Court Here. and will, in a day or two, open up its garage in the heart of the city. Sheen killing does hnv been playing Grand Master I. N. Williams, of the A number of the younger men of Several large size damago suits have havoc with flocks In' Mncoln rounty Lodgo of Odd Fellows of Kentucky, report within the Pat week. Farmers Worthy Citizen visited Stanford Lodge No. 150 at itn Stanford, both business and professionbeen filed in tho Lincoln circuit court al men, aro aeriouily discussing tho orBetter Freight Jtates casualties of old thcep regular session Tuesday evening, and that the.total for trial at the May term. One of the and lambs may run up into tho hunhis visit was made n notablo occasion ganization of a commercial club hereto most Interesting cases is the suit of dred's If (he full total of those destroy- Passes Away After Long Illness in this popular local order. About 75 advertiso loth Stanford and Lincoln General H. Floyd against Cleveland and ed by dogs could bo ascertained, lands members turned out tn welcome him, county, also, better to the State Will liable Stanford to Become Crit Floyd, asking damages in Of Rriftht's Disease. the sum strsngo dogs are reported ns running Leading Cattle Market. of and to prove to him the live interest and country. The matter has been of $5,000. The plaintiff to tho action almost wild in the country districts at which is taken In the lodge by tho mem? quietly talked of for several days and Alexander lioltzclaw, aged 68 years, Is an undo to the two defendants. He A. T. Nunnelley returned Wednesday alleges In , night, appearing In first one part of the n life long resident of Lincoln county, bcrship. Several members of the Lan- has now reached a point whero a call his petition, filed by his atcounty and then another A number died from Louisville, where he spent severat hl home in this city of might's caster lodge were also present to greet will probably be issued, signed by a torney, George D. Florence, that he of the dog's have, been killed by' farm disease, late Wednesday ovening, after tho Grand Master, and he was visibly number of active young men for a al days conferring with tho L. & N. of- was set upon and attacked by his nephera, who are willing to riik prosecution a lengthy illness. Tho funeral will take Impressed by the cordiality of the wel- mass meeting of all those who arc will- ficials regarding freight rates on cattle. ews, who wielded a fence rail with such dog law which makes a ca. under tho place at Goshen Friday morning at 11 come and tho splendid showing made by ing to join in n concerted effort to Stanford is becoming one of tho larg- effect that his left arm was broken in nine property. boost the old town and community in an est cattle markets in the State. Mr. o'clock, services being couducred by the lodges In this pirt of the State. three places. Trouble is said to have Nunnelley has recently received shipCot. Huff Duddcrar, of the Rowland Kcv. Mr. J. C McClary Introduced tho organized way. J. J. Dickey, of the Methodist been started in the family over a " section, reported Wednesday dogs that church, of which deceased was a faith- Grand Master to the lodgo in a few Commercial club are doing good work ments froradown in Tennessee; a num- boundary fence. All the parties to the got Into his flocks this week and In two ful member. well chosen words. Mr. Williams then in a number of smaller cities in Ken- ber of herds have come to his large suit live in the Waynesburg section of raids a night apart, killed about 18 Mr. Holtzclaw was a member of a told the Odd Fellows of the splendid tucky and those who have watched stock yards from as far away as Rus- the county. Dudder-a- r lambs and a dozen ewes. Col. large and influential family. He is sur- work which tho order is doing. Ho some of the results they have attained sell !and Whitley counties and other Garland Singleton has filed suit Immediately came to town to lay his vived by his wife and a family of grown dwelt particularly upon the excellent say that there is no valid reason that sections not adjacent to Stanford. An case before County Attorney iiurch and children and leaves many warm friends results accomplished at the Homo for can be given why Stanford should not averago of over COO cattle aro handled against the Louisville Tin and Stove Co. for $1,000 damages for malicious proseCounty Judge Ilallcy, seeking protcc- - who will mourn Widows and Orphans at Lexington. He have ono to push forward to the that ho Is no more. front here every court day, while tho busi- cution and attachment. The acsaid there were at present 125 orphan of tho procession. ness in the interim has grown to large on. tion grows out of an attachment the children being given good homes and an proportions. On thrco different occasions dogs "Theronroa number of good things With more equitable rates from the defendants took out against a stock of BITTEN BY BULLDOG. education under tho care of tho order. .have been seen among the Hocks beand much needed Improvements, which With the addition to the homo which is railroads on freight shipments of cat- goods Mr. Singleton had while in busitn each longing to Carroll Shanks, but could undoubtedly be secured by conway, the order will be pretle, Mr. Nunnelley believes that Stan- ness in this city, the attachment being Instance he has come to their rescue In Hohon Campbell Attacked by Vi- now under buscerted effort," said a ford will soon take the lead in all this dismissed in court, and it is alleged to pared to take-carof still more of tho inessman timo to save them, but seemed to have cious Canine and Hurt Twice. to the Interior Journal All part of the Stato as a dependent ones of its brothers who have cattlo market. have been shown that there were no littlo clTect upon the dogs. we need is for tome of the young felBuyers are flocking here from all over grounds whatsoever for the legal pro Hohon Campbell, proprietor of a gone on before C. C Govcr, of tne Turnersvlllo seclows who have energy and determinaProf. J. W. Ireland responded to tho the South and Eastern houses have ceedings Instituted by tho defendants tion, discovered strangu dogs running grocery store on Main street, was bittion to go to the tront in the matter. their representatives on hand. The against Mr. Singleton. Attorney Florday and having his ten on the right side and on the left Grand Master on behalf of the local his flock Uic other There's no uso going after things too ence represents the plaintiff. shepherd dog with him he "sicked" arm by a large white bulldog belonging lodgo, and warmly expressed the inter- big at tho start. Aim at something central location of the city and its case The $5,009 damage suit of Polk of access makes It especially favora Tho dog was est which Stanford members feel in the him on the marauding canines. The to Itledsoe Bailey that can be attained; go to work for shepherd attacked them bravely and taken out and Instantly killed by Mr. work which the order, as a whole, is improvement of sanitary conditions in ble for doing the largest business in Barnes against Wm. Monks, of the Crab Orchard section, was compromiscattlo in this part of the State. Rev. F. M. Tinder, of they sUrtcd to run olf, but he caught Halley. It is not believed that it was accomplishing. the city, for a better sewerago system, ed out of court for $100. The damage one by the neck and held to him until nffectcd with rabies so no uneasiness is Lancaster lodge, also spoke, and U. L for anew depot, or for better streets. suit was originally brought for alleged Mr. Cover could get to him with a stick. felt regarding Mr. Campbell's injuries. Tomlinson, of Lancaster, had a few Every business man in town ought to Death At Highland. assault and shooting last December, at While tho faithful Collie held to the Mr. Campbell was sprinkling the street happy things to say which contributed feel a personal interest In such movea strange dog, Mr. Cover is said to havo with a small hose in front of his store, to the enjoyment of the evening. Mrs. Baugh, motherof Elbert Baugh, Crab Orchard. ment and be willing to help it all he and as he stooped over to shut off the Grand Master Williams left well killed him with a club. of the Highland section, died at her John Baugh, Jr., and his father. Doc can." g pleased with the activities of this lodge Sheep raisers who have kept in touch water the dog which was standing home there Saturday aged 78 years. Baugb, of Hustonviilc, arc unable to been suggested that one of the It has at his throat. Ho dodged and and warmly praising the officers and 'with tho depredations of the dogs, say She is survived by two children and a decide which is the owner of nine head first things that a commercial club that the dog tax raised in Lincoln coun the fan? of the canine sank Intn llm members for their good work. number of relatives. She was a faith of horses, and the young man has filed could find to do would be to arrange a ty this year will hardly cover the loss muscles on h right aide. The animal ful member of the Methodist church suit in court to determine the ownersuitable and appropriate program for ship. Both assert claims to the am- dogs were Bsirjrru uitaiti ci luv 1MB opt tftll O WU to tho flocks. About l,wo and well beloved in the community. Dan Cupid Busy dedicatory ceremonies for the new court mats ana u is expected that much eviciven in for taxation this year, and it and caught him on tho left arm. Mr. house. An orator of note could easily dence will be adduced to determine the is believed the loss this season will run Bailey rushed up and made him desist, Young Girl Dies In Garrard. and he was killed. A physician exam- Several Loving Hearts Made Hap be secured to make the address of dedcorrect title to the equines. over 1,000. ication. The details of making such So troublesome have dogs become in ined the bites and pronounced them not After a five years' separation John py In Lincoln Lately. arrangements would naturally fall upon Miss Sallie Watkins died at the home Carrolton, of the McKinney neighborthe city here that City Marshal Carter serious. a commercial club, and it has been sug has itwed a notice to all dog owners to Little Oan Cupid has been busy in gested that the affair could be made of William Furr, of the Flat Woods hood, asks legal divorce from his wife, register them and pay the tax on them Newt Jones, a colLincoln county lately. H. H. Padgett, a noteworthy event in the history of section of Garrard county after a long Sallie Carrollton. Three Killed She had ored man of Hustonville, also filed suit under penalty of having them killed a prominent merchant near South Fork city and county with a little boosting illness from consumption. been a resident of Garrard for some for divorce from his wife. Lucy P. if caught running loose on the streets in the McKinney section, was of the right sort. In Disastrous Freight Wreck In Trestle time, but was a native of the Big San- Jones, on statutory grounds. Attorney married to Miss Wallace B. Horton, on dy border of the State, and also leaves Florence filed the petitions for Madison County. the the 21st, and havo tho congratulations Knows He Could Win . relatives in Johnson county. She was plaintiffs in all these cases. Rev. . 0. Hobbs of many friends. a bright and energetic young girl, just Three men were killed and four in Andrew Brock, a well known farmer entering her 14th year. The body was Garrard County Official Expresses jured in a collision between two freight of the Crab Orchard section, and Miss Will Assist in Played Too Rough Protracted 'Meeting taken to Paintsville to be laid to rest trains at Maybee, 10 miles from Rich- Lena Cummins, also of that part of the Confidence in Judge Saufley. in the locality where she had passed At Methodist Church. mond, on the Kentucky Central divis- county, were made man and wife on the happy hours of her childhood. Hon. P. M. McRoberts, special judge ion of the L. & N. early Tuesday morn- the 13th. Mr. Brock came to Lincoln Boneyville Negro Heavily Fined Rev. E. O. Hobbs, who has been asLancaster, in- ing. One of the injured will die and from Bell county. Both have many of the circuit court at For "Kidding" In Town. sisting Rev. J. J. Dickey in the proDistinguished Woman Dead. structed Deputy Sheriff Curt A. Robin- three others were badly hurt. The dead good wishes for their happiness. in son to open court every morning in the are: George Devoro, fireman, RichA pretty wedding ceremony was per- tracted meeting which has been Police Judge John N. Menefee, Jr , Margaret Wickliffe Beckham, one of of Stanford, fined Charles Stewart, a ancient form "Hear Yol Hear Ye! mond; Russell Storm, brakeman, Paris; formed by Rev. Garland Singleton at progress at Logan's Creek for the past few weeks, has been selected to assist the best known and most highly esteem- Boneyville Negro, $50 and etc.," requiring all present to stand. Arthur San ford, engineer, Richmond. his home in this city when he united S. the trimJudge Saufley always opens court in Tho injured are: James Rourke, fire A. Montgomery and Miss Stella Hubble Mr. Dickey in the revival services which ed women in Central Kentuckv, died mings and gave him 10 days in jail for ' this form elsewhere, in order to add man, Parts; fatally scalded. James in the holy bonds of wedlock on the 10th will be held at the Methodist church at her home in Shelbyville, Monday carrying concealed a deadly weapon. dignity to the sessions and make pro- McCarty, fireman, Paris; badly burned of the month. The happy couple re- here beginning the first week in May. night. She was 60 years of age. Stewart pulled his gun on Mack Bright, expoand scalded. Harvey Justice, track- side near McKinney and are very popu Mr. Hobbs is said to bo a strong Mrs. Beckham was of a distinguished also of color, at the depot, but claimed ceedings more impressive. nent of the gospel and much good is ex- ancestry. Her grandfather, Charles A. Mr. Robinson made the speech, man- man, Cor bin; burned about the face. lar with all who know them. that he was "jest kidding." "It will pected to be accomplished. Wickliffe, was a governor of Kentucky, cost you just $50 and 10 days to play ifesting considerable oratorical power. The collision occurred on a sharp curve Mr. Dickey will preach at his church and also served as Postmaster General that rough in town," said Judge MeneHe then added the following, compli- at a little way station called Maybee, Egg Day here Sunday morning on the "Resur- in President Tyler's cabinet. Her fnth-e- r, fee. "We are not used to such rough mentary to Judge Saufley, as a piece just a ahort distanco from White Sta- rection of Christ. " Robert C. Wickliffe, was governor play in the city." of pleasantry, without any intention of tloe. According to tho story of the ottering a personal or political thrust: wreck sent out, train No. 76, north- Will Be Put to Good Account By The Epworth League of the church of Louisiana, and a. younger brother of will have its "Evening With Whittier" hers, who bears his father's name, is "I heard that Judgo Saufloy said he bound, should have waited at Ucrea for Crab Orchard Ladies. James. F. Yeager at the church tonight, and a delightful now one of the Congressmen from that wai going to havo this done, and 1 train No. 913, southbound. It was alState. knew that it would be done. He told lowed to pass Oerea, however, and as evening is anticipated by all. The members of the Ladies' Aid SoMrs. Beckham was married in Februme that ho would carry every county in soon as the. operator at that place real- ciety Father of Local Man Dies of Acute of the Crab Orchard Christian ary, 1868, to the Hon. J. C. Beckham, the district in the primary, and be did ized tho mistake he at onco telegraph church have planned to make Easter Big Damages In Pulaski. Indigestion. prominent attorney of the Shelbytold me that ho would beat ed to Richmond and ordered out the a so. He also Sunday "Egg Day." Each member ville bar. He is an uncle of Capt. William Herndon 1,500 votes, wrecker, knowing that a collision would will donate all the eggs laid by her hens News was received here early this What was probably the largest J. C. W. Beckham. Two children surand he did so. Now, if he told mo that be unavoidable. on that day, and they will be pooled amount ever awarded by a Pulaski week of the death at Elizabethtown of be elected governor of vive her. he was going to and sold. The proceeds of tho sale will county James F. Yeagr, father of Wm. A. jury In a damage suit was the Kentucky, I would be satisfied that he Attended Banquet. go towards furnishing and fitting up one returned against the Q. & C. railYeager, of this city. He died suddenwould win." Monks Dismissed. the church. The Christian church there road last week, when $15,000 was ly of acute indigestion. He was 63 has no pastor at present, but tho mem n Mr. and Mrs. Murphy Hobnob bership is anxious to secure one as soon awarded the administrator of Jeff Lov-e- ll Folice Judge Joe Magee. of Crab Or- years of age and was one of tho , Brother Shoots Brothei. men in the State. For years he for the killing of Lovell in the chard, dismissed the charge against With Salesmen at Louisville. as possible and in tho meantime the la- railroad yards in Somerset sojne three was State agent of the American HarThe Somerset Journal says that an William Monks of shooting a gun in dles will put the building in shape. years ago. Lovell was foreman of the the city limits. Monks was tried be- vester Company. He was a native of unfortunate affair occurred at the home Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Murphy, of north yard crew and was caught be- fore on a charge of breach of tho peace Bloomfield, Ky. of Joe Garland, near Bronston, Satur- Kings Mountain, were in Louisville Buys Nice Little Home. Mr. Yeager wa9 also the father of tween the bumpers and two cars while and Judge Magee held that this former y day, when hia son Joe shot and mortal-.l- last week buying stock for tho popular trying to mako a coupling and his life conviction was a bar to further prose- Mrs. James T. Short, of Louisville. Be wounded another son, Walter. The firm of Murphy & Acton. While there Adolph Von Grunlgan has purchased sides his son and daughter, Mr. YeaInformation is that Walter Is subject to they were tho guests of the Louisville the Hazelwood place, on the Huston-vill- was crushed out. cution of tho case. ger is survived by his wife. epileptic attacks, and while seized with Salesmen's Association and were very west of the cemetery and has taThe funeral took place on Tuesday The Lash of A Fiend one of these spells was endeavoring to much impressed by the welcome ad ken possession with his family. He Boys Corn Club. morning, alter which the body was would havo been about as welcomo to who was do violence to.hia brother Joo, dress to tho visiting merchants by May- paid $1,900 for the home. taken to Louisville for burial in Cave A. Cooper, of Oswego, N. Y as amer. compelled to shoot him in self defense. or Head at the banquet Wednesday A Boys' Corn Club with 75 members Hill Cemetery. cough that defied gun waa used and two shots evening, and that of (Ion. E, J. Mc- - There will be a missionary enter- clless A shot all remedies for years. "It was mobt was organized in Pulaski to see which Mr. Yeager, son of the deceased, entered his abdomen. Dermott on "The South; Its Past Ideals tainment at Moreland on Sunday night troublesome at night," 1he writes, can raise the finest ears this season. who lives here, has been in such bad used Dr. beginning at 6:30 o'clock. Everyone is "nothing helped me till and Its Future Progress." The banquet Raymond Turpin, Som- health that he was unable to attend the Buy a Fine Jack. Ktocr's New Discovery whlck cured me The officers are waa quite an honor, not only to the cordially invited to attend. completely I never cough at night erset, president; First Vice President, funeral of his father, but Mrs. Yeager, Salesmen's Association, but also to the now." Millions know Us matchless Roy Lewis; Second Vice President, who was, before her marriage, Uifs Harris & Woods bought of O. Ram- Louisville Hotel, where it was hold. mat-i-t for stubborn colds, obstinate George Osbcrne, Clarence; Secretary, Mary McKinney, went to Don't Break Down. Louiiville sey, of Paint Lick, the splendid TenEoveru Btralns on the vital organs, coughs, sore lungs, la grlppo, asthma, Harry Stlgall, Somerset; Treasurer, Their trip was greatly enjoyed by the titcm and was present at the burial. utPRinKnn mnrninprv. rKiisn nrnar hemorrhage, croup, whooping cough. nessee jack, No. 1804. They paid the Lincoln county visitors. stomach, or hayfever. It reliovcs quickly OQU Worth Gover, Traylor. downs. You can't over-ta-x round sum of 11,000 for this dandy, and falls to satisfy. A trial con-oliver, kidneys, bowels or nerves Leg Amputated. will stand him in Lincoln county. Look Governor Willson vetoed the bank serious danger to yourself. If vlncos. Mo. $1. Trial bottle free, It Saved His Leg. ad. in the I. J. for their or under It's positively guaranteed by Penny s examiners' bill because he did not you are weak or "All thought I'd lose my leg," n Virgil Hogue, a young have the appointment of the examin- strain of any Kind, take Eloctrlo lilt- - I Drug Stoie. of Watertown fc rites J. A. Swonion, A Man of Iron Nerve. ters the matchless tonlu medicine. man of the King Mountain section ers, and vetoed the bill allowing the Mrs. J. E. VandoSande.otKlrkland,1 Wis. "Ten years of eczema, that 16 Indomitable will and tremendous euor-tr- y UflUaun' n r"7,v'"a capital-Ill- ., doctors could not cure, bad at last of this county, lost a leg by amputa- writes: "That I did not break are never found where Stomach, Franklin circuit court a commissioner for the laid mo up. Then Ducklen's Arnica tion early this week. He was kicked to down, whlls enduring a most severe M". hs awarded a Liver, Kidaeys and Bowels are out of because he was not given the right hotel in Ferry-t- o Salve cured It, sound aod well." by a mule and gangrene setting in, the order. It you want these qualities and appoint the commissioner, instead of strain, for threa montus, is due wholly erection of a for Skin Eruptions, Eczema, Use them and ville, which will be modern In every Electric Bitters." King's the circuit judge. Looks like the govthe success they bring, use Dr. reguU-k.torRheum, Bolls, Fever Sores, injured member had to be removed. enioy health and strength. Satlsfae- - pirteuiar. The old hotel will be torn Salt Scalds, New Life Pills, the matchless Cuts and Piles. 36o at Via. Acton and O'Caaaon performed Burns, tor keen brain and strong body. ernor wants the earth and the fullness tion positively guaranteed, 50c at wn. the operation. Penny's Drug Store. f thereof, pw,? Siorf. t , 36o nt Penny's Drug Store. AT WORK IN COUNTY r, i:l ' in W 4 1 i well-know- n e near-spran- mil ml m n ? 1 M ' Si W II ex-Go- v. best-know- e, lung-racki- ng with-'nev- er ut run-dow- well-know- "' a, ddrjritWfelil';- A .MaVJaltol rW . PAGE TWO TIIE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. DOING THEIR DUTY. MARCH 25th, 1810 The ft Ilr EVB11Y Interior Journal. Established 1872. At TUESDAY AND 1 Tcr Year In Advance SAUFLEY Soores of Stanford Readers Are Learning: the Duty of The Kidneys. FniDAY duty. To lllter tho blood is the kidneys When they fall to do this the kidneys ills fol- flow Toi Collect Tour Notes and Accounts. How can I collect what is owing incr This is tho nil important iitiction with every merchant, wholeeulo firm, InisIncMi nnd jirofewional men, farmers and, in fact, every our; Never has tho question been so prominent In the Infineon world ni it is today. The loss of n lew accounts may eat up your profits in business: the lailuro to collect n nolo makes you thatniucli poorer; not being able, or in n position, to give tlio proper attention, knowledge or experience to the adjustment or examination lntoomo claim in which you have an interest may cauo you the loss of ninny dollars. Our province and our busiiicfs is to licit vou in these matters. Whether it is a iNOTK or ACCOUNT you aro not able to collect; or whether it is some . . 1.1..1. nlnlm 111 IPllKll. jwti 1. n.t n.a IiiIa.uI wiiii;ii .....v.1 . 1....1.!.. 1..I.. .w. C.lt. , "i. ' vii. nil 111 nun.,! .(. imtcuu iiuuii'ei iirtii khikiiiit iiiiii nitiuwiij nro prepared to do it, nnd do if promptly. This is our business; wo make it a study: Wc have tho facilities nnd we havo the experience, ami tho fact that wo have collected many dollars which wore given up as lost, is. ono of our best arguments in lavor of what wc can do. Our terms aro reasonable, nnd wo nmko uo charges unless we collect: Wo make collections nnywherein tho United States. We recently collected an account for a linn in tho adjoining county against n man in California. If you havo n claim which need looking after, or a note or account which you wont collected, no matter how largo or how small, or whore the parties live, send it to us. Wo wdicit your business, Rank references. I WALKOVER ASmfk SHELTON PublUher are sick. Entered at tho Tost omco at Stan ford, Kjr.. n Second Class mall. HON. HARVEY HELM r.t Lincoln county. H n cnmlliUt; nomination for Honored from rjlstnct.snbject to the action of tho demo- Dackache and many kidney low. '?''' cratic pnrty. The news that now comes from Richmond that State Superintendent of Public Instruction J. G. Crabbo is about to reaifrn to accept the presidency of tho School there, has Eastern Normal been whispered at Frankfort for some time. Should Prof. Crabbe decide to do so, Richmond and tho Normal's Rain would be loss to the State of Kentucky. No State superintendent in many years has done as much for the public school interests of tho State as Prof. Crabbe. The Interioii Journal, democratic to the core, takes great pleasure in paying this humblo tribute to an official of the opposite faith, who can truly step out of offico with the encomium, "Well done, thou good and faithful servant" We have had the pleasure of watching Prof. Crabb's 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. He rightly believes and practices that the schools should be out of politics, ihis nasDecn one of the secrets of his success, and the confidence in which ho is held by those who are familiar with the'active steps taken in recent years to give educational work in Kentucky the prominence which it should have Foster- - Milburn Co.. Buffalo. New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Urinary troubles, diabetes. Doan's Kidney Pills cure them all. Stanford people endorse our claim. Mrs. Nancy A. Logan, E. Main street Stanford, Kv says; "I scarcely know how to exnrois mv irratitudo to Doan's Kidney Pills for the great benefit they brought mo. When 1 ucgan to use them, I was in n miscable condition. My back seemed to have given out entirely and at times pained mo terribly. I often became so weak and lame that I was almost prostrated. I was also annoyed by a frequent dcslro to void tho kidney secretions and tho passages wero accompanied by an intense burning sensation. Learning of Doan'a Kid nov Pills. I procured a supply at Shu- gars & Tanner's Drug Store, and In view of tho results I received, I can give them the highest praiso. Doan's Kidnev Pills not only relieved my back ache, but restored my kidneys to a nor mal condition." For sale by all dealers. Prico CO cts. IB v ' ( 1 A rccstwo ttawutiisSWtaasUDllCrTW mays COLLECTION agency. WOODSON MAY, Mgr.. Somerset, - - - Kentucky. l ft if To traffic in votes is a crime but sec ondary in degree to using the machinery of the courts for political purposes. There is no penalty attached to tho pur chase of a voter's registration certifi cate, even if there should be, and con' church; subject "God's Gift to the Mrs. McCormack. On scquently tho act is not punishable, World"-lead- er, However, In order to intimidate both Monday, at 2:30 p. m., at Mrs. Willis'; seller and buyer, Judge Parker, of Fay subject "Christ, Our Example;" leadtte county, permitted the grand jury, er Mrs. Morse. Wednesday, at 2:30. which he kept in session a month or at Mrs. McCormack's, subject "Christ more, preceding the last election, to Our Example as Friend and Comforindict a number of those charged with ter:" leader. Mrs. Willis. Friday, at nt Mrs. D. S. Carpenter's, sub the alleged offense. The object having been attained, he now dismisses the in ject "Christ Our Example, tho Great dietments, on demurrer, saying that it Sacrifice;" leader, Mrs. Jennio Car- is pot punishable under the law. Edit nenter. Sunday, at 2:30, at Christian or Breckinridge, who called the Court's church, subject "Christ Our Example leader, Mrs. Minattention to the matter at the time, and goes for Judge Parker in a rectnt edit nie Robinson. W. R. Williams & Co. still have a orial in the Herald, which must make farms for sale. Write the head of the fusion ticket at Lex few ington feel that honesty Is the best pol or call on them quickly for rare bar icy and there are dearer considerations gains. in life than the acquisition of office, Notice. though men of Judge Parker's calibre do not seem to think so. From tho analysis of the water of In rejoicing over the summary spik Buffalo Spring, we are conservative ing of the republican Cannon, there Is when we say it should be absolutely another thing connected with it even free from typhoid infection, and as more worthy of genuine gratification. compared with other waters, there are It is that the democrats in Congress few which show so small an amount presented a solid front and showed that of organic matter. The people of they are once more united. There is Stanford had best turn their attention every indication now that neither a to better sewerage and surface drain Cannon nor other of his party will pre- age. side the next House, because it will be E. Brown, Will N. Craig. M. M. democratic. Phillipps, Sec'y Lin. Co Bd. of illealth. Thank-offering;" blue-Era- inson and wife were guests at a sump tuous dinner given in their honor Sat o urday evening by Misses Rose and McCormack. The Hustonville Produce Co.. under tho management of Leslie M. Reid, is enjoying a large patronago and is preparing to increace their business by enlarging their house room. L. A. Farris. having rented tho Su san Wright property here, will get pos session in time for gardening, at which he is an adept. farm adJohn Lutes sold his joining the old fair grounds and including the bams 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, tbfe 20th Inst, at 2:30 p. m. at the Christian Mar-jori- Intuns Tobacco and Tobacco larns. Nothing But Insurance J. C. McClary, There is not a shoe on the globe today with the same amount of Advertising, the same amount of beauty, wear and style as ' Jesse D. Phone Wearen, SO; The Walkover. The Insurance Man, Office, STANFORD, KY. Hesldence Insure with me and bo fully protected. t. 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 true, kut for years we have advertised WALKOVER SHOES at Dinwiddie & Co., Hustonville, Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an of goods. up-to-date $3.50, $4, $4.50 and $5 Undertaker. Embalmor and and Doaler In Harnoss,8nddlory, STANFORD, OTle. Pbonn. 1CT. we are delivering them to you at old prices but less profit to us. KY- - Home Phone 15. All styles, leathers and lasts in both high and low shoes. ooooo r ' I' Fish & Pennington, Insurance and Real H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. K G. L. Penny R. H. Coffey K. R. Coleman line Estate. All kinds ol INSURANCE on all kind of property. Only tho largest companies represented. Rates as low as can be had anywhere. Q. D. CARTER, PhorioOO, JS Now Liver" Depot Strcot, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, Stanford, Ky., Phone 200. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! I can furnish the public with the best, aa well aa the freaheat of cut flowers, plants of Dr. Hess' Poultry Fanacsa "Will make hciis lay, euro them ot dieenpo aud keep them in good thrifty condition. The incrcuM) in the number of ej,'ga laid, will more than my for the small expeuw: ot (ceiling. It is told at Penny' Drug Store. Burffin, Kontuchy. I am a gradunteof Jonea' National Hchool 1 all kinas, uuios, pouea nowers, on snori of Auctioneer!, Ohlcago, nnd hare had notice. Also make a specialty of wreaths big cattle salea nt the Union for for funeral purposes. in the In connection with the nlwye, 1 have all stock Yards. OhlcuKO, where wb sold some thoroughbreds as high as XVUO. Also In kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable horse sales where S sales wero made each prices. OHHIHTMAN (1KKKN IIOUHKH, day. Auctioneering Is a science and I ha e ED llUHMAKI), I'KOB. studied It with this idea. Heeor phone me Htanford, Ky. before you arrange for your sale, I can sales toyour ad vantuge. riIUNK:3-l- l make Fruit and Ornamental Trees 1 CONCRETING . nr.l-clas- Hustonville. Miss Lou Conway and sister, Miss Betsy, are confined to their beds with severe attacks of grip. Mrs. Hill Spalding, of Louisville, is home for a few weeks enjoying the ouiet relief from the city's noise and bustle. V. B. Morse and Milton McCormack, with a bucket of fine minnows, slipped off to Roy's Mill ono day last week, ex pecting to surprise the boys on their return with a fine string of fish, but they didn't get a bite. Rev. W. G. Montgomery is arranging to build a duplicate of C. W. Adams' cottage this spring. Mr. A. B. McKinney has bought the handsome cot tage of W. D. Hocker for $3,500 and Mr. II. will move in the near future. baa rented the Wheeler homo opposite the Emporium and will move soon. Judging from the large acreage of blue grass sod being plowed and tho thickly dotted tobacco beds on every billaide, there will evidently bo 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 down. You will see tho happiest and one of the best matched couples in Kentucky cro tho snow flies again, if all signs do not fail, .and Stanford will bo their home. Miss Katie Warriner, the accomplished nlecelof Judge Wra. Myers, of our city, has accepted a position with a Lexington music house at a handsome salary to exhibit their pianos. She i well fitted foe the position and should A big bowl of Quaker Oats the best dish you can serve. is Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. One Million Htrnwberry plants, ;W are In position to do nil kinds of concreting, such as illock Work, Pavements Free Catalogues. No Agents. and. in fact, we can make nnr thing from bouse down to a fence post. Wo cuu sserve yoa promptly and guarantee H.F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, wora nni material, unit nuu grb uur incv. before you buy your muterlal at least. Kentucky. Lkxinuton, PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. i: Harry Jacobs, Dealer In and Manufacturer of,' PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. EiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBESER pfcr" fegraa- - 'ftv.i 3 Delicious and nourishing Good for all ages and all conditions. Economical and My farm of W acres of good land, well Improved, well watered and fenced, Is for sale seven miles from Htanford In Markers and Posts, Cemetery and Lawn ltlslocuted section. House bassixrooms. the Muywoocl Vases and Hettees. Office and works, Mc- Mew barn und other necessary outbuildings, Kinney, Ky. A bargain If sold at once. J.T. LIVINOHTON, It. P. 1). No. 1, Htanford, Ky Marblo and Granite-Monuments- , FARM FOR SALE! TO THE FARMERS. r I strengthening. Regular 10c packages, and hermetically 53 scaled tint lor bol climates 1 will continue to handle Fertilisers In the Jumbo nnd McKinney sections nnd ask my old patrons to remember me. I also ask the patronage of many new customers. D.O.HIPPLB, London, Ky. J. J. BELDENf For house, carriage and sign painting deco ratlvH iianr hamilnor also busty trimming of all kinds such as tops recovered curtains and boots made. HtopoverAldrldge's black smith shop West Main Ht., Hlunford Ky., 'l'honeWo.OJH. J J.nRLDKN. Havetyour measure taken by a tailor of experience. Then your clothes, whethura low price business suit or the finest evening olothes, will have that Individuality and at they were made to The proprietor ofan estublUhod dry goods, which plainly Indicate take your measmeasure. ladles furnishings and shoo business In yoar for extra I will also fancy vests, top trousers, I desire to sell privately my stock of tiro, ure Htanford desires to leave the city for per- coats and overcoats. Kail and winter cerletand Hardware. lKlng a good busl your inspection. ness. Will invoice about ltW. lUason sonal reasons. He will sell out ut a bargain, samples on hand ready for 111 health. H.O. IlUFLKY.TheTallor. If taken at once. Mock will Invoice about OKO. D, HOl'l'KK. HtanfordKy. Htanford, Ky. $rt,UO. Apply to iNTBUIOIt JOOKNAI. offlco for Information. Here is your Chance to Get a Good Money Making Business at a Bargain. Spring & Summer Stock. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. Sri.' 5P"'i ? I-- .1 " w . R. B. MAHONEY, Prcs. J. T. WHITE, Sec'y. W. S. FISH, Trcus. PUBLIC SALE ! Having old mjr farm the Hunt Hlngletou place one mile from Crab Orcburd on the Jit. Vernon road, I will on iaih 1IU0. HATL'ltDAY.MAIUJil Ileglnnlng ut 10 A. ., sell oil all my Kami-In- n lmuleiueiits. und stock consisting of horse--, S mllcu com, one Jersey subject to reglstur giving milk, tho other oy siue, I muro uus with cull U'en bred. yearling colts, if jearllng Jersey heifer calves subject to register, V ulco hogs, one corn 1'lauUT with checker mowing mac blue plows, harrows, hurness, surrey as good as new, wugou, oDU'horse buggies, buy In thq mow, corn In the crib, household furnitoo numerous have the undivided patronage of Lin- ture uiul other things known on day to of mention. Terms made coln and Casey counties. W. V, MONK, Orab Orchard, Ky Prof. MeVey and wife and Prof. Rob- - J. P. Chandler, Auct. 1 SI X The Citizens Realty arid Title Co, Farms, houses nud lots for rout, gala or exchange. Persons dceiring quiok salea or purchases in realty of all kinds. Call on or write ua at STANFORD, KY. When You Have To Sell Call H. B. Northcott, Stanford, Ky. 'Phoue 153. THURMAN K. TUDOR, Manager. Promptness and Reasonable Commissions Our Specialty. 'Phone 200. vf i i JtlAKUll SStll. r 1U10 THE INTERIOR JOURNAfJ, STANFORD, W ICY. PAGE THREE W w w w GET IN THE GAME. Also Get Into One of Those i I 3 HART, SCHAFFNER and MARX, Spring Suits rm wfftaH aV sw I T 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 fabric perfect in style, fit and workmanship. Prices from $17.50 to $27.50. n Other makes at any price below $17.50. all-wo- ol well-know- i w Cummins STANFORD, & Wearen, KENTUCKY. , CstrrlfM teoitO Hitt ttkif.it Si lil iff f i W w w w w w 1 ' I i tho devieo of tho Democratic party Stole Wagon-loa- d Tho two lots or the property 03 a I I of Lumber whole will then bo offered for sale, And the order in which tho names of and that bid accepted which brings the candidates shall appear on tho ba! In Lincoln Circuit Court. In Lincoln Circuit Court. tho most money, if, however, Lot No. ot shall bo determined by lot, In tho Wholesale Thievery Near Yose- l snau bring a sullN'ient sum to pay manner decided upnn by tho sub mitcLive News From Mid- tho said debts, interest and cost of In obedience to a judgment of tho LinIn obedicneo to a judgment of the this action, and tho defendant, Mary coln Circuit Court rendered at its Febdlcburg. committee hereinafter provided for. Lincoln Circuit Court, rendored at its A. Wallace so elects, then only Lot. ruary term, 1910, in tho case of Luclas 3 Tho offlcers of the election shall lc February term, 1010, In tho caso of No. 1 will bo sold. Perkins, plaintiff, vs. W. J. Edmlstoa selected from lists offered by tho canTehtha Morgan etc, plaintiffs vs. Terms Said property will be sold ct all defendants, I will on By the Democratic District Com- didates In accordance with tho proMlDDLERURC, KY. Theodores, lteynolds etc, defendants, on a credit of six months, and the MONDAY, APRIL Jl, 1910, mittee for the Eitthth Congres- visions of tho primary election law, by A bold thief went to Durham's Mill I will on County Court day at about 1 o'clock will required to Curchasertho be prico payable execute P. M. soli at public outcry totlio highKentucky. MONDAY. APRIL 11. 1P10 sional District of to me sale the hereinafter provided on the Trace Fork pike, ono mile from County 1 o'clock ns Commissioner with approved per- est bidder, In front of the Courthouse Coutt day, at Yosemite, ono night last week and stole P. M , sell at public about for. outcry to the sonal security, bearing six per cent door in Stanford, Kentucky a wagon load of lumber that had just highest bidder, in front of tho court interest from the day of sale and seI Each candidate shall bo entitled to That certain tract of land situated 1 A primary election Is hereby call-i- l iliwIcnaU) by written noth-- to the been sawed for It. M. Sharp and hauled uouso door, In Stanford, Kentucky, cured by lien retained on tho proper- in tho town of Crab Orchard in Lincoln county, Kentucky, and bounded riiat certain tract of land situated ty. H. R. SAUFLEY, to bo hold in the regular vot- chairman of each county commltteo in it oil". Mr. Sharp has no clue as yet, In Lincoln county, Kentucky, near M. C. Sauflev. M C. L. O. C. on the north by the Chappell's Gap ing places or precincts In each of the tho district, not 1cm than live days c but the rascal will pay dearly for it. puce; on the east by tno lands of W. Waynesburg and lying upon tho waAtt'y for Pl'ff. counties composing the Eighth Con E. Perkins: on tho south by Elm street 30ih da.t of Aprjl, 1910, the name of Forest fires raged in the Carpenter's ters of Fishing Creek, and bounded us on the west by tho lands of Jane BuchCtesilonal District of Kentucky, d ono pron f .r ach voting precinct In Creek hills, west of town sovcral days follows: Hcgiunlng at a stake, anan and containing twelve, acres and red bud, pointers in a line the tuura of ti A. M mil 4 l'. M each county, to act as challenger and last week, but a shower of rain Sunday more or less on Saturday, tho 30th day of April, inspector for said candidate at said afternoon put a quietus- on tho flames of John Singleton thence S 34 E 124 Lincoln Circuit Court. The object of this sale is to satisfy poles to two maples In line of N. 8. ltllt, for the purpose of nominating a primary election a lien debt of tho plaintiff for the sum and brought gladness to the hearts of Ilevnolds: thence his lino X 74 WK In Democratic candidate for Congress poles to a black oak, thenco N 51 w In obedience to a judgment of the of 8.5.UOO, with interest thereon at tho (10) On the 3rd dayuftcr tho returns the farmers exposed. rate of six per cent frpm January 10th M poles to a small whlto oak and Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered at said district, to bo voted for at tho reTapscott & Co , contractors, arc put hickory pointers corner to John Sin- February term 1U10, in tho case of its 1903, until paid, Interest payablo anshall have been made, to tho chairman J. gular November ulectlon, 1U10. gleton; thence 2C 41) W 374 Doles to a A. Daucherty, Plaintiff, vs George nually, and the further sum of $35, tho of each county of this district, the ting up for Dr. (J. U. Creech, a new 2 Tho right to vote at itnld primary commltieo shall meet at Nloliolaaville, residence on the corner fronting Mrs. stone In old line of Johnnthan Single- W. Walton and others, Defendants, I proouoio cost oi mis action. Said land will be sold on a credit of election shall l0 limited and restricted ton and i: H. Singleton: thenco N 42 will on , at 2 canvass the vote Wesley. 1) 04 poles to a stono in edgo of field, six months, and tho purchaser will bo to those who affiliate In good faith with cast, o'olock i'.M and MONDAY, APHIL 11, 1910, Tho epidemic of measles seems to thence S 4') E3" poles to the beginutid lisue the certlllcatos of nomirequired to oxecuto bonds for the purtho Democratic partj and ftinhor have about run its course. Thero are ning and certain Ing 45 acres moto or County Court day, at about 1 o'clock chase price, payablo to me as ComT pledge themselves to support the nation, as required by law. P. M. holl atpublic outcry to the high- missioner, bearing intent from tho (11) The hereinafter no new cases, and those who have been loss. nomlncco of said election, and who Said land will bo sold on a credit est bidder, In front of tl.o court house day of sale, at the rate of six per cent per annum, with good and approved provided for, Is directed to employ the down ore recovering. of six months and the putchaser will at Stanford, Kentucky, tho qurtllAcatlonH prosenbod Fishing so far this Spring has not bo required to execute bonds for the further secured t ouuty court clerks to copy from the That certain tract of land on the personal security andtho by law. retained on land. regular registration books made In been good; so say those who have tried purchase price' payable to me, as water of Caney Fork of Buck Creek, by a Hen P.. SAUFLEY, M.C.L.C.C. H. H An aseasmont of three thousand person Dauvlllo, llarrodsburg, N'luholusMlle, it. Even Undo Milt Jones sometimes Commissioner, with approvedfrom the beginning at a hickory and white oak K. S. Alcorn, Att'y. nl seouritv, tJOlIurs (W.OOO) in hereby ilxed for th near Olive Church, thenco N 40 E 32 has fisherman's luck, which is not com- day of hale bearing Interest Uiotunond, Iawrncebur.' and Shell' at tho rato of six por cent poles to a stake on north sldo of IHirpa-H- ) of defraying tho axpeiMox of I per annum. rillo, in UHW, the namo-- t of all demo- - mon for him. II. K. SAUFLEY, county road; thence with said road N hbW primary olectlon, to b paM by M C. L. C. C. Miss liettie Uoyalty has returned T. J. Hill. 80 E 4'J poles to a stono in tho center catHlldatos, and any person doslrlng crattt and the persous so emnlovfxl from Howling Green, she had to give tho Att'y for Pl'ff of said road: thence N 25 W 70 poles return to become n candidate, shall, not Inter shall oertKlwdthe copliM to tho chair up school on account of defective eyeto a stone; thence N 29 W 100 poles to In obedience to a iud;tmrnt of the Lincoln Cr-man us requirl ly taw, who a black gum; thence 8 43 yv 70 poles cuit Court, made and entered at Hi November than the lftlh day of April, lfUO, elvu sbnlt sight. Miss licssie Leo is able to take to eauss them to a poplar stump or tree; thence S 21 term. 1909. in the comolidaled caiei of Annie wrlun notice to J. Norton Pitch, orttcer s of oletlon.to bo delivered the her place us tcaoher in tho Graded K 54 polos to a mttplo; thence S bO W S. Coter, plaintiff, vt Chatley Singleton, deChatnauti of thU said Democratic School after a two weeks' tussle with 70 poles to a poplar and cum; thence fendant, and M. S. Baughman, scjminii'rinor, 1! Tliechnlnuan of this committee dUtrtolaoramiUrc, and pay to Mild Iu obedience to a judgment of tne S 8 poles to two while oaks thenco S plaintiff, vi J F. Cummins, defendant. I will oa measl?9. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. I.eo Murphy MONDAY, Al'KIL, II, 1910, otinlrtnnn of said district eomwlUeo, w ill emu copies hereof, certified by oamo down from McKmney Friday af- Lincoln court, rendered at its Novem- 50 E 132 poles to tho beginning and containing ono hundred and sixteen at I o'clock P. M . county court dav. sell at himself und the nortury ot tho com ber term, 1W9, in d not later than said date, flftean ternoon and spent the night with McD. S. O as ley against thecaso of Maggie nci es publ-outcry to the highest bidder in front oi the Mary A. Wallace rtollnrs if l.ROO) In unsh, to oovor mittee to be posted at the court house Fogle and wife. E. L. Gadberry, who and others, 1 will on The object of this sale is to satisfy new court home door in Stanford. Kv.. hts portion of the expense of holding door In each county Mial of the coun- has been lenrning the banking business the lien dobt of tho plaintiff for the That tract of land I) ing on Fall Lick Geek ta MONDAY, APKILU, 1q10. Haiti Lincoln county, Ky and boundad on the north primary ulectlon. Provided ties composing tho said district, and in here under Cashier K. It. Young, is Count! Court Day sell at nubile with sl out sum of Two Hundred doll-irAdams however, that If more than two persons 0 other eoutpicuous places lit each said to have a cinch on the cashiership cry to tho highest bidder,' beforo the iter cent interest thereon from Novem- by the lands oi Dabner Davis, Thomat the and the Dnptung Springs proper!) ; on east hhall qualify ns candidates by com- county 'In the district, for not less of tho new bank at Liberty. Miss Hes-si- e i.filltllikll&n ilf.n In fnnfnpil 1.. tl.n ber, 17th. UKKS. subioct td a credit of by the G, W, SinzWui place, on the Soulh by 4U prior to the .iOth day of following described residence liroper-l- y ten dollars paid November 0th, 1007, the E. Carter laad and on the West by the old plying with tho foregoing provisions thau Winfrey, of IVIIton, has been workApril, liHJ. uud said notico shall be in tho city of Stanford, Lincoln and the sum of live dollars paid Jan- Jalte Lane place, and containing about 66 acres of this section, the chairman shall at uary lfith, 1U0S and also to satisfy the o( Und, published lneauli Democratic newspa- ing in the telephone ollico here for a county, Kentuck. : more or less. payment of once return to each of sold candidates Bum week or more Lot No 1. Containing tho dwelling teen dollars tho further cents, of eighper of tho district. land will be sold on a credTERMS and eight and tho of the sum ho has paid In excess of hi lioii'o and outbuildings is described further sumofSJ5, the probable 1.1 cost it six months aid the purchaser will be requirIn order that tho provUlons of thousand as follows: Beginning at the edge of of this action proportion of the said three ed to execute bond for the purchase price with the right of way of the Louisville & good and approved personal security payable to dollars. In the event tho assessment this call tnaj be carried into full force Nashville railway, on tho oast sldo of Terms Snld land will bo sold on a me as commissioner and bearing interest from tho consisting heroin provided lor Is lnsulllulent to and effect n Danville ivenue, thence North with credit of six months and tho purchas- day of tale, at the rate oi six per cent, per an- - , Coinlilm-i- t Htnlllnn Dnrk MHliOKuny liar. tho edgo of Danville aenuo, 113 feet er will Ito required to execute defray tho expense of this election, tho of tho entire commltteo Is horeby apbonds num and also secured by lien retained on the 15J1. . weight I .A) pound it mmuuiuiy deflolt ahull bo paid by tho successful pointed, which commltteo shall have fcoutui 111 LerWH. Kind illiuoalttnil nml to the south edgo of Mawllld street for tho purchase price with good and land. H. R. SAUFLEY. M. C. L. C. C. sufficient personal seourly, payable to power and Is directed to bo caused to t'OlUmnlW bundled, Hh has sliHdflhtu thence East with tho south lino of 'V. S. Burch and J. N. Saunders candidate. me as Commissioner, and bearing in10 ii miity; m n in iv, iiuoiu'U be printed and prepared for use the UriMit sliow liorso wearing the hluu gulled; it Maxvllle street a(j5 feet to tho end of u terest from tho Attorneys. tie uttir picket fenco, 11 feet east of 4. Said district committee shall meet day of sale ot six per cohort lucau yearling, lit three years old wore of the Court requisite number and kind of ballots, iiiuet linn uno rtti umoi 11 snout; ni it is under Mnxvlllo street, thenco South, cent per annum. II. IJ, SAUFLEY, In tho county court room Geo. D. Florence, which shall bear the facsimile of tho M. C L. C. C, burao itnduait model la In a clns to on tho cast side of a drain ! feet to . House at Nlchobsvllie, Kentucky, on Att'y for Pl'ff. signature of tho chairman ot this com- uiiuh-ii- Miiiv ni, ,,v,vt urit'ULni I'ActriiL a post end of a Uniil own colli, and hits hiiu lu rlnsa thenco at thewith tho edgo wlro fence, Monday, tho 18th day of April, lolO, ( si hind. Ills culti lire uIwujm liulde the West of said railmittee, uud it will procure the necesHen sou of 11)10. a a o'clock standard time, and If it money unu ureal sary election supplies and causo them mldlera uud iivu ueteioiHii. iuhko fnti road right of of way, 2J!) feet to tho hlcli urlcid threu ami ui..fn.,i.i.n . ml Al IJariis, 2:fl)J; then appear that only ono cundldato linrwis.Hlxty lUoof his Lint at bcglnulng niiouiuditiuu. ..iv'i. - Halted show together and six others with trlitls front tM to Zll'Y dSyeurs sold ut shall have complied with the require ered to with tho ballots, to bo dcliv- mi utenignnse of lie hits mner beenun aver-nc- o Lot No 2 is described as follows: those tire tho only ones that wereuterbnml- defeat-edlnprice ol (nil. the olllcers of tho election, as ex-- J uegmning at tno cornec oi a negro leu lor siieeu. Also me sire or one uuiu with produce rtiiK h lien sIiok u with I to meats of section three before tho In Lincoln Circuit Court. one In t lie .M list. Hired by (inmbettn Wilrequired by law, and to do any und it at in gi i. uouso unu tot, owneu oy A. kes 2:1V1.. the sire ot 210 In the 2.30 list, is In plratlon of tbq tlmo therein provided, '1 Mil lent mich auddlors na all other acts necessary and piopor to niiiueb, Nettletou. VVItuom, htt hai ilivd! T, Nunnolloy, on Maxvllle street, In obed lento to a Judgment of tho Lin- 2:10 und better, claimed to lie the grentesi. l'rottieot. the thenco west with south edgo of bo hold and tho then no primary shall the world. Kleld Mure, liny Day. I lie 1'rlee coln Circuit Couit, rendered at the sire In dmii of Swlth 1st ditnt llsy 2;1T the holding of said primary election Jim iulfr.on Toxin Dure, (grand record otfrorn to llurrlntr Mitre, District Commltteo will thereupon Iiiulon Dure. tno line of Muxvlllo Street 131) February tonn, 1910, In tho action of 2.11't.l b Hnlleld 2M oi Ilitmblotoulan Dure All, White Koot, 1'rlncn Iiiiperinl.uiid feet to tho end of a picket fence, 11 NORTON FITCH. it bot of others that linu lieen sold from 10. Uum by Heeler's Ainerlcnii Htnr. KnlleM Nathan Singleton's Heirs Itself Into a convention, and will feet east of u, culvert under Mnx- than Singleton's Heirs, theagainst Na- d X.S9 1ms ill his diiuguters SI.U0.ito ri.00O record us undorsign-c- 2:K),ortMtter, Snddiitn (uU'kitei hnve m lu Chairman Democratic Commlftee iOf uddlMrs undlookutltlsthey ran do. n aire vlllo street, thenco South a straight declare to be tho nomlreo for the otUco by Ken- sen Hliitt Commissioner will on tticky I'rlncu, Jr., ilreol J. Q. 2117k. em- -i sought, that person who Is the only lUtlNirV llAUK.got byOhester Dure No lino 229 feet lo a post at tho end of a of tho Highlit Congressional Dis oiiikIi', J.'i,niut danuof IJ in the. 2.30 tut In An; 1st limit by Welclimont RM7 A.T. 11. MONDAY, APUIL 11. 1910, candidate, and shall refund to such Snldnm by Old Joe, sire of tuednmof J, Q. trict of Kentucky, It.; he hy Wtllluiii Welch till A.T. II. 11 ; lie wire fence, thence east with Hue of liy Hxdeku's llnmliletoiiloit No. 10 A.T II, right of wuy of Loulsvlllo & Nashville County Court day, at ubout 1 P M. In IIH'j. candidate tho entraice foo paid by him J. J, (laltonrnrrles the blood of four leudlnr It, Hill serto inures this seitkon of IVlOnt ui) Kallroad lGo feet to tho Southwest iron; ot too uourtiiouso door in Stanfnmlltesi lluiiiblutoillnu. Wilkes. Mambrlim Hustonvllleitt tho low prlcflof less tho cost accrued for advertising Secretary Democratic Commltteo of stable In IX) corner ot tho negro tenement house ford, Kentucky, offer for sale ut pub- C'hlef nnd Heeley s Vmericitit Htur. INHl'itK A I.IVK (10I.T. flu Gallon's uollhutuo!iunKilnt nnd Klglith Congressional District of Money due when iolt comes or mare traded and lot of A. T. Nunnolloy, thence lic outcry, to tho hlghost and host bidund othonvlso preparing for said pritilt) txist lu harness clnes mid ro.id-stKentucky. or rtitnovid.orlirod touny other stock. A Noith with tho lino of said lot, 17S der, on a credit of six months, mary election. rings, they urv In gieut deiiiuud, selllnic lieu relu.netl on all rolls until puld tor feet to tho beginning. (3 rim furnished A tract of about 1091 acres ot laud ns hhlh ns tl.lm) utter muturlty. yeurllngs ut reirsonublo jirlco for ba opened In each 5. The Polls shall llitltou will atnnd lit nir This sale U mude to sutlsfy the near Wuynesburg, In Lincoln county, from IIW to ! mure from udlitiiiieeiind must 1m settled or llustoiivllleou Urad- inuiz ilium for before remotiHl. Ilretnllni; Lours from 8 ami every precinct of all tho counties to 10 In niornliiit and i to 0 tit eeitluic. judgment debt of Maggie 3. Owsloy for Kentucky, bounded on tho north by fortlivllln -plkttut IIS to liuurti it lit lug volt lu said Congressional district, tn tho ' my ixruonal Httentloit. the sum of 9100, with Interest thereon the lands of Mm C, Uuigloton; on the 'luiivs uut- ii iuHro ! irutiHu tiiier oetllg trsil Mares will I'lsnty of tfttusut IJoutwr nionlli.ued but will nut Ik- - reiponslMit for uccldunta or at tiie rato of six per cent per smnum by the lands Dun Jacobs usual and regular voting places. a ndiiiiiiutrmru or tu estate of for with aoup . "Ill itlso ut the siime time und from tho 2d duy of October, loUi! until east A. Ilorton, onofths south by and pnMry haveinure no other litrgu W the uiotm. antss lots iiikI I! llnnnlli.nlmlniF nt ... - II,., HlllgletOII. UlMMMiMl. J lil ll OU stnblw for liu ...ill- , .. pluunstuud my iireut breiHlltin Mule Juek u,u paid, subject to u credit of 812 nald lands of A. tl Myr and W A. Hor iitare to foal (Irulu fad ut rost AXi'niiAt.AI'Un.OimsW. Pbouii in resMimce, H ustont ille Kxabatvii. PEYTON oillcers shall proceed to count the bal ut lilt liitu reildtuav neur Dripping fprliin 1U07, W M IxipD. me iciinniuu nior ur e nerui uivrt'imii-dU- so well known In the West Kud of Un 'olit October a,ii,titt,n tiund ultfotho dobt a tof ton. and on the west by the lauds of Tl lln n9f,n ll.. ami. vi W A Hatoher lots und to mako returns, ami in o "? mu. Willi lure llitureittuUii'keoiilttliiii Hu.tonMIl. Ky. timri-und I9i for Nmn.i, ulliofur pairs w' ""It inneon Iroin Muy 1j The object of the s.tlo is for u divigoverned by tho provisions of HA)ilojeit of tliuea, JJilmn, Muytird utlier. due wliwn oolt li fooled ot mum trnded. reS pair otuiulU und iminv looted or purled with, or bred totiuy oilier ' 1q08 until paid, subject to a credit of sion of tho proceeds. Tho purchaser too Also iih ottho gonoral election law, und tho tliliiun iioimi numerous to mention, new, ntao stock, reyton by Hull Duddt-rur'luck he and will unu vumptrittlvtily mill byllulit.l.lirlijiioiiau.loutQlJlui for-- l ,.0r,10Ji...U action. goodba requited to gito bond with returns shall bo made to tho chairman noout u,U feet of tuinU'r ot all Lluds, a UT VUtfllUt II I v i J "w "'security for the purchase price, S yi'iirllnns, row und ry large bone und about iiO ivyton is line wiiu of tho rcspoctlvo counties in said dis- Hood work mulus, uie-Jlne rnntjo payablo to the Commissioner, bearing w burruls of earn, 1 inner i root.Kood neck una enrnoo.1 quarters, well Over 16 handi Lot No. 2 will ito first, offered for six per cent lnteiest from date of sale tack will male the who will deliver the stub books, usoil, tt staiKls of tw, lot of fiirnilnit trict, mounted IS hands lluoli hlfb und admired sale, and If it bring lu Urnb Orchurd IIhiiU sulllclent sum until paid, having tho force and offect season at our larra on old Danville pile besett sold to uud Questioned ballots and tho cer- liitf Uo, All persons owln( the utate of by nil who luck him. and Is county. bo the to nay tho aforesaid a debts, iu Judgment, and secured by lien on tween Hrdgevtlle and Hubble at a fee of $10 Jeo N. Hlugletondecettseil imut settlo In best ilium Invited Lincoln uud see htm, and coUs. thou Lot No. 1 will interest of aland. All ur to come tificates to this committee, for mate mule and $9 for horse mule, to insurer not- bo the JMilayaoruuiounUwIII ln put In liuuda o( H. U SAUFLEY 1 Ko candidata living cok. in said nrlmnrv luwyvr. Turmi mule Lnowniniiluval mu I'huue lit residence sold, but If It falls to brloi; a sulllclent J B. Paxton, M C.L C.C, D. SB. CARPENTER. AU,", sura to pay same, lot No. 1 will be Of-- 1 FITZPATRICK & RANKIN. shall bo allowed to select as a dovlco J. P. HCMTonvifcLE, Kr. IKIVV V4 BltW Att'y for PJ'ff HedpvdU. Ky. Official Call For Commissioner's Sale Commissioner's Sale Primary Election i. be-th- dog-woo- Commissioner's Sale! ()-- Commissioner's Sale Commissioner's Sale! Iihij-dro- s I das This Didjitij Dare 1982. 41. J! ruir-nu- ts G ALTON 12910. m Commissioner's Sale! it X; I J. 2) i Richardson, er ' Administratrix Sale J. tl. wi I !.....,...,.... u ettll-co- - ?." -'- - V2 "-."- eitl . s - 'i.,', -- ibT' RICHMOND. U-i- - WtfAW01'"' I j. SJtenyr tsxfr PAGE FOUR. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, ICY. V MtMttfttfltfiHHtftSSSXSSS2SS2SS2SSSSSSSSSS2SS8S22 xx ajBtfiJswwwiwwwi"Finimw"i'i"p?T?,rrT ttt :r i: t :r fjf00000000000 ffTOTOWffVfWWW1ift. ..: ::: ::: .7: .7.: 37. 2: ::: ::: k o 000 000 00 000 000 000 $ $a 000 foe 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 $00 000 000 000 000 001? $ m0 SPr ing g SumiDCT Goods On Display At JL 000; AARCIl25th, 1910 0 $0 0QO $0 000 000 0Q0 000 O00 00 000 odo 000 000 000 000 000 JLw. SANDERS CRAB ORCHARD. 00 000 000 00 000 000; 000 00 000 00 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, white lawns, suitings, madras, ginghams", laces, embroidery, wide flouncings, collars, belts, handkerchiefs, net and muslin underwear and everything else that anyone can wear. We will 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 of garden seed and Have the right price. f0 0 00 00 00 000 00 00 0 00 It will bejjimpossible f or us to make prices in this bill but you come and you will be convinced we are the ones that will make you a price that no one can reach.. We will sell a double roll of wall paper for only 5c and will sell you men and boys' odd pants so cheap that you can't afford to miss buying a pair of them. Our line of Spring Clothing is simply an We have a line of hats to suit any line in every respect. one. We have all the newest shades and shapes and the price is right. up-to-da- te 00 00 000 000 00 0 00 "0W. : 0 ,' 00 00 00 000 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 0 We (Dill Have Everything the Plows, Plow Points, Weeding hoes and all kinds of Buggy Whips, Buggy Harness, farmer Wants, f00 "00 00 00 Corn Planters, Plow Gear, Wagon Breeching, Garden Rakes, Team Whips, Check lines and Bridles. 00 000 00 I have a full line of house, buggy and wagon paint And don t g forget this is the place to get your machine needles, shuttles, bobbins and bands. We have YY a nice lot of 5 and 10c goods now. We will open our Soda Fountain soon as the weather gets warm. And dont forget we want to be your grocerman. We keep a full line of canned goods and vegetables. A ZTZ I 00 s? 000 0 00 00 00 00 00 $ We will give a nice school box with every 1 pair of school shoes we sell. We are agents for the Vulcan Chill Plows so if you need a plow this is the place to buy. We will make the price for you. We will have a special sale on Queens ware SATURDAY, APRIL 2,li910and will have lots of other bargains for you on that day, it will benefit you to come. Don't forget the man that sells for cash is the one that makes the price. . 000 000 O00 000 000 O0 00 000 000 000 000 00 000 00 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 00 000 000 00 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 0 000 000 000 000 000 2W 000 000 000 000 0&0 00 000 000 000 000 000 00 00 00 $0 v. 000 000 g - 000 00 0 000 00 000 000 00 0 Yours For Trade, II rr SANDERS p CRAB ORCHARD, KY. 'tt4iiit&&&& 00, 00 000 00 000 00 00 00 :: 0 L L 0 0 II 0 00 . 0 alLMtkiuMttitiit. J, jitiitifeMtjit: ikiitiit.it a. n. d. 2 mXX .1.2miTrTTrzT7T T T xzSSTTsTzxxzsTTTWWWW9wwmwm99wmmwmm9mmm .wmwvwwwwmwmwww9mmmmW99mm9m9mmmm ja. ja. m. V T-- ?r TTTTzTT.TT?.T.T7.T.?TT.?.?.TT.??',?? ft : . - - T-- 1 ,IST"W, "" MAKCITafftJi, Bio THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. PAGE FIVE. "" s H i i ! I m New Wash Goods. pretty novelties In wash goods. Home spun linens nt 25c, homo spun lincnc 15c, new French gmghnms, new flnxons In checks. Wo nrc showing some A Second Trip -- J J Fine Embroideries. Pretty flouncing nt 50c to $5 per yard. To the market we've found ncccssnry (on account of the brisk, early Spring business) and nrc better prepared than ever to supply you with your Spring and Summer needs. The increased patronage wc hnvc continued to enjoy is due to the fact that our goods arc as represented. Wc make good every statement, wc are never undersold when quality is considered. m ' Z Wc have just received new druggets new rugs, new mattings, etc, 5 New Silks. Having sold our first purchases wc have just received cw patterns in silks. Z : S Suits and Skirts. Let us show you our suits and skirts. Wc mnkc specialty of making n skirt just like you want it. n Severance & Son, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. at Oil cloth nnd straw matting Country Store. at the frigerators. Come In nnd look at onr new W. II. Higgins. m New Corsets. I Sec the new models in American Lady corsets. $1 to $3. NEF.ni.r.s, I!obhIn9 and Shuttles for oil flewing machines nt Penny's Drug LOCALS. Re- Store. "personals. Mihs Lottie Caiison is the itucit of frl ends in Lancaster. W. II. Wkaken spent Monday with his mother in Lexington. Miss Mykti.k Cohmnky, of Unrrard, It the Rutst of Mrs. J A. Allen nnd Mrs. V. A. Fowle, of Rowland. Mrs. Ciiarlks Von Giiunioak, of Louisville, has been on a visit to tola-tivhere. Messrs. Jambs and John Cartf.h havo returned from a llttlo trip to Lou- ei William Skvkhance is tn Cincinnati buylnjt Roods for tho popular firm of Severanco & Son. John Smiley, from tho Hustonvllle section, met his brother, Zack Smiley, here this week on business. Logan Hughes suffered a severe attack of Indigestion this week and was a very sick man for a whllo. JtnxiK. J. W. Alcorn was in Frankfort this week on business in tho FedMns. W. E. Varnon, of Ashevllle, N. C, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Mat-ti- o Klrby, and other relatives here. Mrs. M. M. Stone, who has been at Edgerton, Mo., during tho winter, returned hero this week and is with Mr. J. M. Pcttus and family Warren Griosry Ciiaiter U. D. C. will meet at the rcsideneo of Mrs. J. W. Alcorn Saturday nftcrnoon at 2 o'clock. Mns. Garland Sincleton entertained tho members of the lliiptist Indies' Missionary Society at her homo Thurs- Uville. The Seventh Grade Literary Society The hand concert by Cohurn's minstrels is a fenturo you should not miss. will entertain nt the city school this afLost. Automoblln glove. Itcward It takes place at 3 o'clock Saturday af- ternoon. All are cordially invited to for return to Miss Luclla Whito. attend. ternoon, March 2Cth. Hay For Sale Two stacks of tim Sunday Is Missionary Day at the S. C. B. Leghorn eggs for sale. othy. Jos. Hallou. It Best laying strain. Wrlto or phone Mrs. Baptist church in Stanford, and the The freshest wrinkles in neckwear nt R. L. Berry, Hustonville, Ky. 7 10 sermon of Pastor Hoskins will be on ii Cummins & Wcaren's. Pure Plymouth Rock eggs. $1 for Home Missions. He will preach both setting of 15. Mrs. A. It. Nunnclley, morning and evening. New Florida fruit and vegetables at Turnersville. Regular services at tho Christian . $ the Country Store. Car of Northern seed oata just re- church next Lord's day. Sunday-schoo- l Plymouth Hock, Leghorn nnd Black ceived. Mixed and White. Extra nice. at 9:30 a. m.; preaching at 10:45 a. m. Minorca rgga for sale. $1 per 15. Ed and 7:30 p. M.; Y. P. S. C. E meeting J. II. Baughman & Co. Hubbard. pm nt 6:30 P. M. Tho choir practice will "Queen Quality" Oxfords hold Lost. Shepherd bitch, reddish col- their shape and stylo. Let us fit you. be held at 6:30 Friday evening Instead of 7:30. or; very timid. Reward for return to Cummins & Wearcn. M. S. liaughman. tf m Frksii CAUOIIT Ohio river big fish tho Country Storo today. n L. R. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin Muslin Underwear New, striking, Frcnchy undergarments, gowns made of fine cambric, several styles trimmed with lncc and insertion or and heading, high or low with all styles, sleeves, petticoats of very fine cambric with deep flounce of lcaiitifiil and insertion, very dainty in design, nnd extra well made. Another style a beautiful embroidery flounce. Cornet rovers mnde of very fine cambric and naincook, trimmed with linen lace others with embroidery yokes, several new stvles. I'riccs from 25c to 8150. Wo aro aleo showing a new lino of silk petticoats, made of very fine taffeta silks, several different styles some with tho tailored bands, others with flounce or fine tucks and plaits to ho had in black and colors prices ranging from 83.08 to 8C. TIicm! wo consider exceptionally good values. iK-c- ! .. l - s i 'I Cannell time use. coal, tho 18c a bushel delivered. Baughman & Co. For Sale. Orpingbest for Spring ton cockerels. Few nico Buff hatching. Also eges for J. II. Mrs. W. J. Holtzclaw, Stanford, II. F. D. No. 1. NOTICE. Ily dlrvctlon of the City Council tho or-i- ll nance on tlnm will Im hereafter rigidly Kach doc mint be registered by 1U owner with, the Uity Clerk andn tun fen of II nnld at the same tlmo andn collar oland on the dog containing Its registered number nnd owner's name. A failure to comply tlmo Is at hand. Get our low Wanted, to trade lumber prices on screens for your windows and patterns for corn and hay. London. 2 doors. Georgo II. Earris. 8-- Fly C J. for barn Sip-pi- e, ,. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., t eral court. See Coiiurn's Minstrels at Walton's Opera House Saturday night, 26th. The finest singing and dancing ever heard and seen in Stanford. This company has been here before and whllo excellent then, is even better now than then. Popular prices. m.m m guaranteed. Dress Making and sewing of oil kinds done by Miss Mary Zeller, at .1 F. Cummins' residence. Satisfaction OllD ffMflf Inur rtviVn an 1a fa e Ilt with this ordinance subjects the owner to it line of M imt day nnd It In the marshal's duty to kill nil dug not registered nnd collared n required by the ordinance. II. D.OAHTKIt. Olty Marshal. .1 Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. i I stein. - and we're still selling everything below cost. Better come nuick. S. Gold Amusement and Entertainment Every Evening. The latest nnd best run of molnic pictures nt theThentorliim. lMensts the grown tolks, delight the children. Anew ilcturu every night, uniy onnii inc. HMiLnHFi.Niii'iio, I'Kor. Htnnford. Ky LaDlE8, don't fail to see those sucdo I HAVE made a chance in mv buircv Oxfords in gray and blacks. Prices, and implement business and all who owo an account that is pist duo will $3 to $3.50 at Cummins & Wcaren's. please call and settle at onco. Also and talk- all notes that aro due and past due HinttCLASS vaudeville ing pictures Monday night at the Thea-toriu- must te paid at once. E. 1. fence. Change of program every L. &N. TIMETHBLE No. 51, Houth, ll'.M r. u. No. St, Houth,10:t., A u. No. 4, North, t:0 a. . No. a. North, 8M r. No.J7,10:W A. M. night. V day afternoon. Milunery Opening. -- Noel Sisters W. cordially invite you to attend their atIN renewing for tho I. J., Mrs Born, to the wife of Robert Smith, a E. Borders, at Ogden, Ark., writes: "I tractive display of Spring millinery on fine girl. pacan't do without my dear old home Saturday. March 2C, 1910, at Danville, Rev. Pierce Bryant will preach Sun per." Ky. day at the Baptist church. VanArsdaLE, an old Stan Howen W. W. White, thu popular Country Albert Spoonamorc, tho youngest ford boy, and now one of tho most sue Storo proprietor, has just received a brother of Geo. O. Spoonamore, mashccssful drummera on the road, was in handsome awning from tho Indianapo- ed his fingers very badly under a hay town Thursday, viilting the trado. lis Awning Co. In a letter tho compa- frame. TUB children of the Presbyterian ny asked if ho could use a circus 'tent We hear much praise of the Interior Sunday-schoo- l will give an Easter enJournal's neumako-up- . It looks as church on Sunday and a camp meeting tent. tertainment at the bright as a new and as handsome morning at 11 o'clock. Found Piece of paper money. Own- as pretty girl dollar a on May day. J. M. ALVERSON, assistant clerk of er can get samo by identifying and payJames Burke has shown himself a Wednesday ing for notice. J. 11. McAlister. tho Senate, returned homo man of much nervo. He rushed into night for a short stay, Ills work at! County Judge L. W. Betiiurum, G. the burning barn at J. F. Moser's and capital will not bo completed before tho W. BokcrandJ. W. Brown, of Mt. saved a wagon and some gates, but was tho expiration of thirty days. Prof, and Mrs. J. W. Ireland en- Vernon, were here Thursday before J. burned considerably. Mr. J. P. Ballard, ono of our leading tertained Grand Master I. N. Williams, N. Saunders, Kefereo in Bankruptcy, has sold his stock of merof tho lodge of Odd Fellows, nt dinner an business connected with the case of merchants, Tuesday evening. Hev. F. M. Tinder, J. J. Stokes, a Rockcastle county, who chandise to J. L. Kennedy, who is an experienced hand in the goods busi of Lancaster, who was also here for tho has filed a petition for the benefit of ness and will no doubt secure a good Odd Follows meeting, was also their the bankrupt law. patronage. guest F. F. Cummins, of this place, has the Somerset pike, At her home on bought out the furniture store of J. D, WAYNESBURG. Miss Mary K. Dudderrar delightfully Anderson, of Crab Orchard, and will entertained last Saturday ovening from God is with us in the down-fal- l of take charge in a few days. We regret 14th birthday. 2 to 4 In honor of her America (Cannon). Tho to givo up Mr. and Mrs. Cummins, but About 40 Invitations were sent out. the Czar of Among thoeo present were Mrs. Clar- advent of Spring with its bright sun our less Is Crab Orchard's gain. shino and the prosperity of our country J. H. Thompson bought four heifers ence Tate and tho members of her Sunday-school class; Miss Wilson and a is ovidenced by the sales of our leading or Geo. O. Spoonamore at 4c; also a lot merchants, one reporting on March 19, of hogs at 9c. J. P. Ballard sold a cow numbor of her pupils, of the Lynnwood games were the largest cash salo In 16 months, Gar- to G. Lutes for 32. Ballard & Thompschool. Music and popular pnlnveil bv evcrvone. At 3:30 the dening Hnd tho more extensive prepa son bought 20 yearlings from Rev. Ancharming young hostess led the way rations for farming aro progressing drew Balrd at $20 per head; also 21 whero delicious re- nicely. Everything indicates a beauti yearlings from Nathaniel Williford at to tho dining-roo$19. This firm sold 20 yearlings to Folfreshments were served. Tho table, ful harvest. Mr. Roe Smith is convalescing after ey & Grimes, of Garrard, at $22. Levi white and pink car decorated in ferns, nations, waa a beauty. In tho center a long spell of sickness. Mrs. Tom Bell .sold some corn to J. F. Moser at was a huge white frosted cake, on Hutchinson, of Ludlow, is at the bed $3.20. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Anderson, of Mrs. Bertha which burned 14 tiny pink candles, side of her sister-in-laTho colors, white and pink, were ef. Gooch, who is not expected to live. Brodhead, were visiting the family of fecttvelv carried out in the cakes and Edward Estes Is slowly improving after J. H. Rigsby. Jesso Brown and daughIces. Besides their best wishes for- - a a long spell of pneumonia. A. J. John ters. Mises Luna and Julia, visited at long and happy life, each guest brought son, carrier on Rural Route No. 2, is J. F. Moser's. Misses Dora and Ellen able to be out again, after an illness of Blankcnship visited their brother, F. a pretty gift. F. Blankcnship, at Stanford. Mrs. several weeks. Our now postofTice building is near- - Fado Parks and children were guests of Mrs.! Dickey her mother, Mrs. Ross, In Garrard. ing completion. Naylor and wife were visiting his II. II. Slncrlotnn had nut in n now Wm. PaperTo boiler at. hia mill. R. Curtis was in brother, Tom Naylor and wife, on StinEdits Issue oflMcthodlst gy Creek. Ed White, of Cedar Creek, Somerset Monday and bought a pair of was with relalivea here, bidding Help Parsonage Work. them mules for 2250. F. S. Gooch li Hninc adieu before taking a trip to the State business at this place for the Eastern of Washington. The current Issue of the Central Produce Co., of Uurnsids. Methodist Advocate is called the ParThe K. O. T. M. of this nlaeo. seems sonage number and the editorial work to be progressing nicely as some one is Rowland. of Is practically entirely the product initiated at every mooting night. Mrs. Mrs. J. J. Dickey, of this city For Nancv J.- Smiires. . of Ashland. . Kv.. will ., . Mrs. J. T. O'llaro Is improving after severul years Mrs. Dickey has been tho be with us next week working in the corresponding secretary of rho Woman's Interest of the h. O. T. M. a severe attack of pneumonia. Mrs. W. C, Camden has been very sick, but Home Mission Society of the Kentucky Novs comes from Cincinnati that Is better. Born, to the Conference and part of Its work is to wife of Samn Mrs. Henry Webster, who was uel Camden, a fino girl, Monday night. assist in building and furnishing parhero, died In that city after a sonages. The Kentucky and Louisville HnL'crlm? Mrs. S. E. Carter has como home from Illness. J. A. Paduett com. a protracted visit among her children Conferences aro said to be the only suicide at Eubanks by hanging nn In tho South which do not furnish mitted at Lebanon Junction. (J. W. Goodrich residences of their pastors, and hlmseii. airs, uocia rcitus is visiting Is having his home Improved by putting tho Gooch. Miss Mattie father, T. J. up-nice front fence. Sherley HoltzthU society is doing much good toward her extending the good work. The edition Bourne, of Hubble, is visiting relatives claw, of Lancaster, was over to seo his here. ( handsomely Illustrated with half-ton- e best girl Sunday. Mrs. Pearl Bloving, Wo note with pride the great of Danville, visited Mesdames J. V. pictures of parsonages and ban many In the I, J. Price and M. O. Uastin Sunday. well written descriptions 01 iimj work. Preachersville. Xo.,!:t0P. X. JOS. S. RICE, !Agont. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE ! I I II Spring Stocks. --- I ii Those having claims against the es- Geo. B. Saulley, deceased, are notified to present same to the undersigned, properly proven, for payment. Thoso owing him will please make set tlement with me at once George L. tate of afc 7 T5 Penny, administrator. ... ),L,Beazley&Co., t&KniFYm&r HKlisKsM'J:aPilifv''ti gpaBBBBBBBIsBBBBSJgSIHBjasjHggV Undertakers and Embalm. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings, Rugs. Tbev will exchange Furniture for i Kinds of Stock.gQive Them a Coll. Price Right. ers. I STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. Are now on sale all over the house. Mens' and Boys Clothing that will appeal to the best dressers. Hats in all of the accepted shapes and colors. Easter Oxfords for all I I MASON'S MEET. Lincoln Lodge No. 00 P. A A. M. will meet In stated communication on each tlrst and third Monday nights of each month, at 7 UK) o'clock la their hall on main streeet, Members of lister lodges are fraternally Inwted to be present. T. W. Pennington Bee. the family, matters not the age or sex. Also the largest assortment of dry goods, and IV. A. TRIBBLE. Day Phone 28. Night Phono 133. Furniture ami Undertaking. Stanford, Kentuchy Notions shown in This Market. For 20 years we have stood for high ideals in merchandising protecting our patrons' interest in the matter of values. Upon this basis we will appreciate a visit from you. CLEMENS HOTEL J. L. Elkin, Pror,, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Large, airy outside rooms. Commercial travelers u speclulty. Hpeclal rates by wiek or mouth. The proprietor u former county mail and bis friends should remember him m hen stopping lu his town. 1 Liu-col- li well-know- "new'music We Iiiito r a utiuWlu stock rt lino, line of and Instrumental niuslo.ult sold at per copv. Will orleruny speolul piece sired. For sale at vo-- nl f&o. de- W. E. PERKINS, Shutfars Stanford, St Tanner' - Kcatwkr Drug Hlor, -- I CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY ' li;. Vl r.frj&jfc,eyW. svU p rAGE SIX. THE INTBRIOB JOURNAL', STAKFORD, KT. FARMER'S DEPARTMIHT. dale. MAOII VX 28th, 11 L COMMISSIONER'S SALE. In obedience to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at the November term 1906, In the action of VV. Five good second hand bujtjries for 0. D. Carter, Stanford. Two work mires for sale. A. T. Nunnellcy. For Sale -- Pure lloono county whlto seed corn. $1 2.J per bushel. Sco iiample nt Lincoln County National and First National Hanks. Also 15 bushoU of cultivated hemp seed. S. J. Embry, Jr , and John C. Pepples, Stanford. IlOV harness of n regular dealer, where vou can Ret quality. J. C. Five-year-o- II. Routt's administrator against y. mare for sale; safe for lady or child; work anywhere. Apply 7 2. at Arinms's livery stable, Baler lloltzclaw sold a cow and calf at Rowland this week for $G7.5tt. Nevin Carter sold to Howen Givens n fancy harness mare at about 5J0U. I Ground ha been broken for tho erec- t on of a tobacco warehouse by the Hurley Tobacco Society at Mitchell- burp;, Boyle county. iiBMBBBMHaMBrHHMMHBB Scabies in Boyle County. Wm. Morclnnd. the undersigned com mlsslonor will on MONDAY. APRIL, 11, 1010, At aboil t 1 r M in front of the court house In StntifirJ, Ky., olTer for sate At pulillc outcry to the highest and best bidder on a credit of six month Tho undivided of nn undivided In remainder subject to the e of Mrs. M. W. Moreland, in a tract of 100 acres of Und on the waters of Hanging Fork. Lincoln county. Ky., bounded on the north by the lands of A. W. Carpenter, on the east by tho land of Sum Helm, on the west by land of Mrs. Knthcrine Gn!dl, on the south by tho T. P. Hill land nnd Und of R. C. Nunnclley j The object of the sale U (o satisfy plalntilf's debt for $101.75 with G per cent. Interest on same from June 15, 1895, until paid, and the costs of this one-lmlf ono-thlrlife-estat- action. PRESTON. NO. naa VOL. 11. shows at Buff.lo. N. This Champion 5 ssiled saddle itsllion pi Kentucky. Winning .1 ill the Kentucky fairs nd U t the hot St.Louu Mo, M Bell by Rhoderick. No. 104, second dsra by Drnm.ik. ty high achon. Prejlon i a brown'.horie 15 3-- 4 hands high with fine style and He has not only proven himself to be .pert show horit but also a great breeder. He ii the , of Carroll Preston owned by V. O. Walker ol Stanford. ky.. for whch he refused $3,500 last tean when he was only 3 yeart ol age. He is the grand sire ol Diana ol the Lea. a winner it Madison Square Garden Isrl Fall, for taorence Jones who pad $5,500 for her. aUo a grand me of Queen of the Night that .old in N. Y.. March 14 1910 for $850. Pierton will make the Karon of 1910 at my stable in Crab Orchard Ky.. at the reasonable not fig.re of $20 to iniure a living eolt. Will keep mare, on gran at $230 per month but Season it due if mare is traded or parted with or re.poiu.fcle for accident or escape of stock. to other stock. "Siredlby'wihington No. 54. ffnt d.ra J.C.BAILEY, Kentucky. CrnbOrrlinnl. The purchaser will be required to give News come from Boyle county that bond with good security for the pur over 1,000 head of ewes and lambs have chase price, payable to the commisdied in the Perryville section in the sioner, bearing C per cent, interest from past tendayj from "scabies." The di date of snlc until paid, having the force sease; has been more uenrucuve io and e licet of a judgment and secured lambs than to old sheep. About by Hen on the land. F. F. 110BBITT of all tho ewes in the neighbor Special Com'r. J. U. Paxton. s of hood have died und about Atty for Plff. lost fr the lambs. Thomas Martin lambs in one week and many of his old sheep. Pago Leonard and John and Henry Uutrc have been among the large CIO TO losers, although the disease has been section. It la es Onrton ttiMtlumnl kAcuter. hlreft, quite general ftnnford, K. timated that the loss has aggregated almost $1,000 per day to that section of MpaIi sorted at all bours up tellUf. M Boyle county. one-third two-third- o c A 0 c Z o e a your Inspection. snappy suit. HI S ciuito(ckthcs When Hungry Our Spring line of Clothing is better than ever before. It is now open for Call and see that A new bank has been organized at lleit iIho In town for n mnnl ijulck UIMtl rWE Have the Superior corn planter with both edge rse i -- Perryville, to bo known as the People's 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 Perryville. Stombox of Get a ach Tablets at Penny's Drug Store and atop all distress. Cure indigestion, or a C'ooktnK to suit our eustomnourM-cltitl- r Hptpmlld new lln of laney lrcorlei v HotCoITee. Hnndnli'lii-- nnd sweet mlllc.ut . piei. Ilutter nillLt nt nil timet I JUST RJ3CEIVED w ft A lli! Line Of IV. A. CARSON, Prop. 8 Si M WALLPAPF.R Matting nnd runs it will pay you to examine our line fore you buy. Don't forget we arc price makers. be-- money back. Auctioneer! I offer my . . and flat dropping plates, also the Superior 1 horse. planters and fertilizers. These planters have been tested satisfaction. and give services to the people of xan nuctloneer. Hnthfnrtlun II. V. McWHOUTKII, Cunrnntn-lMorelniid, Ky It K. H. No. Ilrsldence. Turnersrille T1iov! having cliilnm iiRaliKt tlieeitate of Mrs. IJlle Itlce. iloceused, will pwent lliein riroperly proven to me nt once. Tiiote ome nro notified to nettle n ltd (IKO. II. I'ltniTT, Immedlutely. Admlnlttrntor Mrs. Ilelle Ulce . notice! il ii POSTED. HENRY i L. ft S L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. If you lisvc anything in thu to wll W. H. HIGG1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. 1 CIk Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Surplus, Resources, S-.- Capital, $50,000.00 BRIGHT, CASHIER. ROCHESTER. ASST. CASH H. C. CARPENTER. BOOKKEEPER HAYS FOSTfcR. CLERK. W M 43,000.00 340,000.00 SHANKS. PRESIDENT' .U.B. PAXTON, J. Wl DIREOTORSt M'.O. Walker, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter.Stauford John B. Foster, Stanford; W. H. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Rankin, Lancaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; W. H. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Laucaster; W. H. Cummins, Freachersrilie; Lllburu Gooch, Gilberts Creek. We, whose names appear below, strictly forbid bunting, fishing or any kind of trespassing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law. Miss Mattle llewes, itelrnenmien llros. A. T. Traylor Kred llaumann N. II. l'liimmer. I.llliurn (loocli. It. O. Nuiiuelley Will Hester. V. IlnuRhman, J. W. l'eck. J. K. Ilruce, David Htevens, J. JobnCamenlscb. Win.Oordler. M. D. Klraore. Imn Traylor, Kred inmdorf, notllbUllck. I). M.Anderion, J. J. Thompson Mr. nnd Mrs. K. Moser, Jas. II. Kads J. Mrs. X.J.IIorton A. Kiiutsa Ix)k'an. Klllott. J.J.It. DauRherty, Mra.Ueo.Oordler, W. Frank Dr. H.O. Terry, llev. Father Leo. H. II. IlauKhmnn, II. W. (lalnes. Uriah AlbrlRbt A. 1. Mrs. Margaret Uoocli, Jacob lOl Gander W. II. Truylor ll.'o. D.OIveill Ham Iloberts. jonn juier, M.J. Hofmnnn, Amend Hcbaefer. A.U.Mntbeiiy K.T. Ileailey I.. B. (lamer, Mrs.J. Il.Oasley, II. It. Kasaley, M.J. Morgan, Il.O. Watkins, H.T. Harris, It. ttOrow, J. O. Hundley. Mrs. Nannie II. Good, u. K.Mcuiure, Anton ltonecker. Anderson Oarr. W. M. Dlshon, Fred VonMruenlgan Mrs. Kate Ador T. L. Ilnugbman, .Mrs. iieuecca u. uarpetuer .MOiiiuii. W. Konats. M. K. Ijiwrence, John H. Lee, ii. neviers, Tom Ferrlll, Ohrlstlan Jacob Fred l"ayk. W.W. Pitman Ale(Jooper, J. Nevin Carter, Henry Kidder K. II. Denbum, W. D.OoocU, II. U.Anderson, T. A. Itlce, (lusdeisil. Obrls CniiienUcb, Ileuben Ourtls, Tlnsley Hpoonamnre James Hmltb, ! W. Carter, A. It. Carter, W. I'. (Irlines, II. W. (lalnes W. M. Field.' J. L. lloltzclaw. Mrs. Mattle White. It. K.Ualne. W. K. Keelon, MUs Mary I'epples, A. L.Tbouipsou, James Messer, WATTERSON'S PAPER Weekly Courier Journal -- " STOCK -- UIE Take it to Nunncllcy's New Stock Yards He luiy and every day in tin year except Sunday, faring on your Btock. Hot market in theis tale with plenty of .iilo of Louisville or Lexington. eed nml water Iwt covered pcun, out STANFORD, KY. Weulw do a 5e11er.1l hitch and, feed ImiiucM. 5 JbbibibibibibibWBHbibH AND. idBataV s The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEA.K FOR ONLY $1.50. Few people Ir. tba United Ststei have not l. , Democratic heard of the In all thlocs, fair In all things, clean In all things It Is casentlitly a family paper. Ilj a special arrangement wa are enabled to L one the WKKKLV year and this paper far the price named above. Bend your subscription for the combination to ns not tc tba Courier-lou- r Courier-Journaof-fOOUBIEB-OUKNA- V. L. M'CARTV.Pre,. E. C. WALTON, L. H. HUG UKS,8. AT Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford, Kentucky. Farm? aud Town Sold. I'roirty Handled 011 Conimiiioii. Stocks nml Bonds If you Have ProiKsrty to Sell or Hent Notify U. Write for Circular to FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY CGRGANIZED LOW ROUND-TRI- P HOMESEEKERS FARES TO The West, Southwest and Northwest 2 IN 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, 520,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety We Solicit Your Account. Ukepotit Boxes for Use of our Customers. OFFICER!. 3,SE.Hocker. President:, S.T, Harris, John I. McRoberts, Cashier, II. C. Baugbman, Asst. Cash'r W.W .Saunders, Dookkeer r. DIRECTORS. P. Reid, J. H. Baughman, M D Elmore. J, M Pettus, H. C. Baughmaa, J. P Cummins, S. T. Harris, no. C, Robinson, K. C. Walton, J. S. Hocker, St. Louis sTIIUMKIJIIUVj St. Louis WITHOUT TRAINS DAILY TO 2 VIA L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky. 2 M 2 TRAINS DAILY CHANCE. WITHOUT CHANGE. Tinrjing, Plumbing, Heating. Don't let 1110 isui without huviiig hot house with n beoutiful white nnd cold water through Tickets on Salo First and Third Tuesdays In each Month. Return Limit 3fl Days from Dato of Salo. R, nr Write for V. T. Fsres and Sptclsl Olisrst Route Arrangements " V A. J. T CAKUNIIR. O. P IjOCISVIUK. KY. Ar your Porcelain Bath Outfit. WINTER TOURIST TICKETS TO THSS Have W. Jv. WARNER to install your country water works with reasonable prices and guarantee. We also carry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN TUMPS; Roofing and Roofing I'aiuts. Telephone, 188.. Call and ee 11 W. II. Murphy V x say time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service, wlith you aud your neighbors can get for a sum that Is small compared with tit benefits received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to UKtdiuartcrs, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Far mxa Lino" rate. If you are not at preeeut enjoying telephone service, we oa humediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, iMiewee, Mississippi, Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and EAST TENNESSEE TEL. 6c TEL. CO. atTTOt- f(lNOOrORATKI Make your homo as modern for your family as a city MR. FARMER: .anWIence, and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations RURAL TELEPHONES. SOUTH and SOUTHEAST ON SALE DAILY VIA W. K. WARNER. Couty Wkke Cern. Stanford, Ky. See. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY Slit, 1910 For Fall Polled Angus Bull I will stand my ! Boene tliorounubiml I'olltxl rrtUlrs, A, I9I csll oa, er writ B. 8. C IllKl. P. & T. H.iaS.i., LsiUa. If. Angus bull at ruy plaoe oil HJinert pike, Kleld aolscted.bmtsu, tipped, sbultod and l ntll.CO. MonsyUut wlisa cow known to be graded for edge drop or uny planter. bn. Wilt dflUer at Htanford, Ky., neit w 1th cult or parted from WALTON K. MOHd, oourl day, O.Vf. tOVKLIi. Lancaster, Ky, HtaatorJ.Ky. . M r'c'"W;.M..niia imsJljfctMsr SlMlll I