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Wo need less physiology and moro hypUlence-depc- nd 9 DANVILLE TO HAVE ANOTHER NEWSPAPER Louis Undrtim and Hubert GoodwIn to Establish The Semi-Weekl- Mc- y Mes- J. L. Hasty, of Level Green, has WOMEN OF CITY been on a visit to his son, Emmott Hasty, a prominent farmer nf the ORGANIZE CIVIC LEAGUE section, Mr. Hnsty rejiorts M. tho death of his father J. Hurst, who for many years was h val- Call May be Issued for Meeting At ued subscriber of the I. J. Ho died at One of The Churches the tlpo fdd ago nf 78 years. At Early Date. ANOTHER BABY LEFT ON DOORSTEP Beautiful Little Boy Waif Found At His Front Door By Ollie J. Not only the men, but the women, Of Stanford are beginning to realize that by uctfvo and organization they can do a great deal toward making this city n better place to livo In. Steps aro about to be taken by the men to organize n commercial club and now tho women ore talking of forming a civic Ipogue. Tho matter was discussed at some length at a recent meeting of the Current Events Club and found much favor among the mcmberi). Other small cities In Kentucky Imvo civic leagues and the good women aro doing n splendid work in making their home towns cleaner, prettier, moro sanitary and better Improved in every way. Tho argument that Stanford should not be behind her sister Cities in tho adoption of modern methods for is finding much favor nowadays. The women beliova that they can lend great assistance in so laudable an undertaking and the men undoubtedly Bgree with them. It has been proposed that the wives of the ministers in the city jointly Issue a call for a meeting of all women interested In tbo betterment of tho condition, to bo held at one of tho .churches, for tho purpose of effecting active organization of a civic league. PROF. IRELAND WRITES MORE OF (PROFESSIONAL WILL N.E. A. MEETING COACH LOCAL TEAM giene. We have dealt thus extensively with Stanford Boys to go After Ama Importance of Teaching Patriotithese thoughts, with the hope that sm In Schools Impressed On teur Base Ball Championship every reader of these lines may be inEducators. Of Stale. spired to give more attention to tho school interests and may Prof. J. W. Ireland, continuing his more heartily with all school officers In Stanford easily won tho amateur base interesting discussion of the work of ameliorating theconditionsofour State, ball championship of Central Kentucky the recent convention of the National county and community. last season, and plans are on foot this Educational Association, at Indlanopo-li- s, season to puta still stronger team In the first chapter of which appeared "Is thine hour come to wake, oh, slum- the field to go after all the honors in bering night? in tho Intemoii Journal of a recent sight. Arrangements have just been Hath not thu dawn n message In thlno concluded whereby issue, writes as follows: the base ball team car? The importance of teaching patriotof the Stanford High School will secure Though thou be stone and sleep, yet ism in the schools of our land, as a for a term of two weeks the services of shalt thou hear means to a greater nationalism, was Arthur Long, as coach. Long was tho tho burden of the message of U.S. When the word falls from heaven star outfielder of the Blue Grass 'Let there be lightl"' League for the past two seasons, plsy-in- g Senator Albert J. Deveridge in his In tho words of Robert Louis StevIn center for Frankfort. masterful address to the superintendHo was ents assembled In Caleb Mills Hall in enson, there Is contained a wholesome the captain of the Frankfort nine when Indianapolis. In an eloquent Introduc- thought and lesson, which the writer it won the pennant the first year of the tion he asks, what is education for, would leave with those who havo been League and is one of the fastest men and answers with these words: "It so generous as to read the educational and best diamond generals In the State. seems to mo that the purpose of what articles, and also with those who may He will report here the first week in we call education is life. It is to mako be so Interested as to desire to help in April and will bo given full charge of tho ono common cause. "Give us to the base ball squad at tho school. He human beings able to livo and to God's purposes better; to awako with Bmiles; give us to labor will put the men in the positions for mako every breath they draw moro smilingly. As the sun returns in the which he considers them best qualified, worth while; to mako every heart gol- cast, so let our patience be renewed and run the team according to his own den with meaning. Its purpose is noth- with tho dawn; as the sun lightens the ideas, which have always proven so ing moro than to make God's children world, so let our loving kindness make successful in the past. bright tho house of our habitation." approach their Father." Those who have Been the Stanford We close with a wish which has been boys in action say that a number of Just here we are constrained to say we need a patriotism that will make us poetically expressed, and we use poetry the men are goad enough right now to loyal to our country, a loyalty which not so much for ornament, but because go into tho Bluo Grass League with a of little training. Many believe Mike makes one not only willing, but anx- it is oftentimes the hand-mai- d ious to die, if need be, for ourj native thought's best expression: Penny as good a backstop as there is "By the welkin blue above us, land. Parents can help in this instrucin the Blue Grass, while Wesley Embry By the dear souls who have loved us, and young Singleton are very effective tion by teaching their children to be Let us strive to be loyal to our own schools; Industries, in the box. There are a number of Higher than tho world around us, business systems, et al. Do you boast candidates for the different positions, Broader than the reals that bound us, but theWes who make them on the of Stanford's enterprise, her public Great as mortal men may be." men, or do you criticise and disparage? regular nine will be those who show Do you tell the child teacher is good, Coach Long best what they can do. preacher is good, county officers arc LACK OF FUNDS Prof. J. W. Ireland, who will manage good, etc? Perhaps you speak disparthe High School team, has already reagingly. Is this teaching patriotism or REASON FOR VETO ceived a challenge from Lancaster for loyalty? Let us teach tho children ideals a series of two games to be played earand the love for the western world. ly in May. Those will probably be acIt Is not impossible to teach patriot- Many Appropriations Cut Off By cepted with alacrity and others issued UoV. Willson. ism. Read patriotic literature and into Danville, Harrodsburg and spire yoang minds to preserve and to The Stanford fans aro ea A total of $463,370 of the appropria- ger for the formation of a Central Ken strengthen thcrepnblic. The republic is not, however, a fic- tions made by the General Assembly at tucky Amateur League and are back tion; nor is it to cause tho ignorant to Its recent session, will be paid by the ing the boys here for all they are worth. cheer at political gatherings. It is to State. Gov. Willson approved or al- They believe that this year's nine, afgive persons living under it the best lowed to become a law, bills appropri ter two weeks' work under Mr. Long, chance to live their lives. A republic ating that much money. Of this he al- will be able to hold its own with any must depend on its citizens. The great- lowed to become a law without his sig- strictly home talent team in the State. Adding est forces In the proper guidance of its nature a total of $274,792.57. citizens aro a healthy public opinion. this amount of appropriations allowed, DEATH CHAIR. the pulpit, the press and the schools. to tho deficit of $1,133,660, which al Love of country Is richer! than calculus ready exists, leaves, the governor says, Thu appropri- Electrocution at The State Peni and more thanmodern or ancient lan- a deficit of $497,070.33. guages. The Senator said further that ations made, and allowed by the govtentiary Takes Place of Gallows indifference in time of peace was what ernor would require an increase in the tax rate of six cents if tho amount is is rotting out the heart of the repub Death "by the rope" in Kentucky, lic. It is not enough to die for your paid. He says some of this can be at least under lawful conditions, soon country in time of war, but to live for made up by reducing expenses. will be a thing of the past, as Governor it In time of peace. Willson has approved the bill Introduc Two New Autos After Senator Beveridgc's address ed by Senator Herman Newcomb, which the educators wcro given a reception at substitutes electrocution as the means the John Uerron Art Instituto, where inflicting the death penalty. The Men...Ma-chine- s of are portraits of Indiana's favorite sons Purchased By Stanford -- senger. a . Danvlllo li to have another newspa per, to be started within the next few week, or as soon as the plant can he secured, by Louis Landrum and Hu For almost Ave bert McGoodwIn. veftrs the Kentucky Advocate, a trl weekly, h.i been wlthodt opposition there, since the consolidation of the News and the old Advocate. The field has for somo tlmo been a tempting one, ns Danvlllo is claiming almost 10,000 i topulation now and the morchants are ' Spratt. The third baby to be leftondoorstepn hern within the past six months, was found at his front door early Monday morning by Ollle J. Spratt, a farmer, living near Rowland, livo ones. this county. The baby is a boy and Tho new naner will be known as the seems about a week or 10 days old. Ho Dsnvlllo Messenger, it Is said, and will is a very luity youngster and a beauhave ample financial backing and bo Is tiful child. The little fellow was snugMr. Landmen is ono ly wrapped in n blanket, but there was Hued of tho best known and most capablo absolutely nothing to indicate Its Idennewspaper men In tho State. For years tity. Mr. and Mrs. Spratt took tho little he was editor and proprietor of the Lancaster Record and for somo tlmo thing Into their warm home at once, has been editor of the Richmond Cll and will keep it until tho authorities max. Mr. McGoodwIn is a prominent decide what shall bo done with the litcapitalist of Danville. tle waif. They have several children Everyono who has seen Judgo C. R. McDowell, attorney for themselves, the company which will back tho new the waif has commented on Its beauty. paper, told of tho plans for Its estab' lishment hero Monday, where he was KENTUCKIAN TIPPED on business, accompanied by Attorney Huguely, also of Danville, Chenault well-knosemi-weekl- FOR PANAMA JOB Horse Ran Away Russ Dillion Thrown Out and Has Narrow Escape From Injury. well-know- n M. II. Thatcher Strongly Endorsed For Place on Canal. Tobacco Beds Galore. t Washington dispatches say that tho Being Prepaiations chances of M. 11. Thatcher of Ken- Extensive Made To Raise The Weed. citizen tucky, to get on the Panama Ctinul Russell Dillion, a of the East End of the county, had a Commission, are receiving fresh attenIf farmers In other portions of the narrow escape from death or serious tion and ono Kentucky Congressman bo had information to the ef county are makinii as extensive prcpa-tlon- s injury when he was thrown from his said that for tobacco growing as the East baggy when his horsu ran away Sun-ila- fect that Thutcher would surely be givWith him at the tlmo were For-e- it en a good place with a handtorno sal- End soil tillers, then, indeed, this will be tho banner tobacco year for Lincoln Scott and a small boy, neither of ary. Congressman D. C. Edwards has in county. An I. J. man had occasion a The horse began whom was hurt. running near tho Cedar Creek station troduced his bill to appropriate $00,000 few days since to traverse a part of the to Improve tho "Old Wilderness Road' East End of Lincoln county and was on tho Crab Orchard pike, when tho backing strap broke. When close to from Cumberland Gsp to Booncsbaro. struck with the number of beds that bill provides that the right of way mav bo seen from the Stanford and Warren Garner's storo Mr. Dillion was Tho turn thst the shall be GO feet wide and the roadway Crab Orchard turnpike. Witftn a dis pitched out by a sudden proper 20 feet wida and of limestone tance of about two miles ho counted 11 animal gave. The other occupants of Ho thinks he has sufficient beds ranging from 50 to 160 or 175 feet the buggy remained in, however, and mcadam. mile, tho animal assurances to warrant him in saying in length and from three to six feet in after running about a bo passed. width. These beds lay within a shor was brought to a stop, with the buggy tho Senator Payntcr and Congressman distanco of the turnpike, while far badly smashed. Mr. Dillion'f faco was considerably bruised up but his Injuries Ren Johnson have secured a hearing away to the right and left, and almost before the Senate committee for this beyond tho range of vision, a strip of are not serious. week on tho bill introduced by Senator canvas looms up white against the dark Payntcr to appropriate J 150, 000 for a which, if the times were Defective Flue dam on Green River. troublous, would be the guldo post, for many a midnight rider. In tho Dripping Springs section tho samo conditions Hogs Sell at Twelve Cents. Causes Small Fire in Lancaster can be seen, though or, a diminutive Street Storeroom Sunday. soil Is rather thin and to Col. J. P. Chandler reports that a scale. The bacco raising there may be regarded splendid crowd attended the sale of W. A defective flue In tho storeroom on more in the nature of an experiment Lancaster street occupied by Robert F. Monks, near Crab Orchard, Satur than a certainty. If, however, the day. About 500 peoplo were present Fcnicl, set fire to It Sunday morning price of tobacco remains at tho present time, and and bidding was very active. Hogs sold figure, the man who owns even "gum just about Sunday-schoat 12c; Jersey calves weighing 200 lbs. caused much excitement In town for bo" land can make some money, whilo awhile, Tho fire department got th went fortto; horses brought from f luu he of the bluegrass will reap a harvest fire fighting apparatus into play in short to $124; cows $3.60 and farming imple- of gold. order and with splendid pressure from ments were in great demand. tho water works, soon had the blaz Shot Himself In Anklt. out, with a damago which will not exNEWS NOTES. ceed $100, It is believed. The building young Tom Chancellor, a Rev. John H. Uoeralg, of Madison, is owned by J. N. Saunders, and ho has man of tho Crab Orchard section of tho tho second floor. Some Ind., died at Indianapolis from blood his law office on damage was done by water here, in ad- poisoning contracted about one year ago county, waa severely wounded In tho whilo he was administering sacrament ankle when a pistol he was carrying, dition to that of the fire. dropped, and going off, shot him in the undoubtedly have been to a dying parishioner. The fire would limb. Luckily tho bullet penetrated a dangerous one, had it obtained headSixteen lives, mostly those of young leg and did way, as tho building is almost in the girls, were sacrificed in a firo which only tho fleshy part of bis not break a bone. by destroyed ono of center of tho block, surrounded the L. Fish Furniture buildings of an Inflammabto character. Company's stores at Chicago, One of y. bill-wiback-grounwell-know- n You can keep your property of all kinds fully protected against loss Jby fire by seeing the old reliable Insurance firm of Fish &. Pennington, Two Fingers Cut Off. a youth of 17 years, Frank had two fingers cut oh his left hand by a circular saw In tho factory of the Columbia Singletree Company at last week. The lad reached under tho lumber on which he was working and the saw caught his hand and sliced oil the fingers almcwt before he realized It. Tho Injury was dressed and he is doing nicely. y r The Lash or A Fiend. would bare been about as welcomo to A. Cooper, of Oawogo, N. V., as atner. cllcas lung racking eough that defied all remedies for years. "It was most troublesome at night." ho writes, "nothing helped me till I used Dr. King's New Discovery whlclc cured mo completely I never cough at night uow. " Millions know its matchless merit for stubborn colds, obstinate coughs, sore luogs, Unrlppo. asthma, hftuiorrharo. crouu. whooi)W courti. or havfever. It relieves quickly and never falls to satisfy. A trial con vinces, 60o. II. Trial bottle free. It's positively guaranteed by Penny's Drug Stor. and famous works of art. Physical education and life needs were discussed largely in the latter part of the session. The tendency was to rationalize education and not make tho whole purpose of school to turn out literary or clerical persons. Speaker Joe Cannon recently said if you desire to know who aro to be. rulers, go to the farm and the public school and find the children of the sons of toil, who, under God's fiat, are eating bread in the sweat of their faces, and are building castles in Spain. Wo see that concurrent opinion bears us out in the assertion that wo need a richer moral ideal and a high standard for citizenship. Talking better morals and better citizenship is like talking physiRural Route Extended. tho girls, Emma Llchcnstein, was kill cal culture both must be practiced if ed by jumping from a sixth floor win practical benefit is to be derived. Give Rural Route No. 4 has been extended heart training as well as head training, dow. two miles north east of Preachersville, both at home and In tho school, and Tho pension bill, carrying appropriaeivintr daily service to peoplt, In and this republic will remain as it is today, tions aggregating $150,000,000, was around Dripping Springs. The order Is the greatest experiment In liberty. passed by tho House. Dy a voto of 7f effective April 1st and over 4,&(XJ peoDoing and not simply knowing was the to 94 tho Hotse refused to striko out ple will be supplied with mail from the Efficiency magic word at all sessions. tho provision which abolishes 18 pension Stanford postolilce. agencies throughout tho country. is not measured by what a man knows, but rather by what ho can do with Enraged becauso his wlfo had gone Building Lot Sold. what he know. The ono care which to tho theatre with her brother, Alfred we as teachers must exercise is to Mitchell, a carpenter, of New Orleans, A large and beautiful building lot avoid frills and fads. "The fad is a shot and probably fatally wounded her, seriously wounded his son was sold by Hughes & Florenco on Lo barnaclo that attaches itself to the eddaughter, and then gan Avenue to Contractor J. A. Allen, ucational ship and the Inexperienced and shot himself in the head, dying Instant- who will erect three nice cottages at are sometime?' prone to mistake the once. ugan Avenue is becoming one barnacle for tho ship. We do not mean ly. by this that we should not adopt new Only four buildings are oft standing of the prettiest residence portions of plana or methods, but do not discard Stanford. in Mount Hope, W. Va., as the result entirely the old. Every progressive of a fire which practically wiped out farmer now has a mowing machine, Don't Break Down. Starting In a business tho little town. Severe strains on tho vital organs, which has taken place of thejold scythe, block, tho flames consumed nearly 400 llkt stralnson machinery, cause break but ho still keeps his scytho.to get into structures before lack of further ma downs. You can't over-t- ax stomach, where he cann6t take his caused them to liver, kidneys, bowels or nerves with, the corners terial for their progress and modern mower. So with out serious danger to yourself. If dlo down. or under methods a combination of the two will you are weak or strain of any Kind, take Klectrla Hit- make the golden mien, A Man of Iron Nerve. ters the matchless tonlo medicine. Tho closing days of tho meeting were Indomitable will and trcmendousener Mrs, J. E. Van do Sande.of Klrkland, devoted to physical training and hyay are never founl where Stomach, 111., writes: "That I did not break Liver, Kidneys and Bonnls arc out of down, vblls enduring a most severe giene. Stress was placed upon the nerder. If you wsnt these qualities and utraln, for thre mootcs, is duewholly cessity of strong bodies in teacher and the success they bring, use Dr. King's to Klectrlo U liters." Use thorn and pupil, for the reason that the basal Satlsfao I now L.1M mils, me matcmess reraia- - ealoy health aad atreeirlB. nJUlf, .( principles of succeasful.'lteachmg-etori, for keen brain and strong body. I inii nuiltlval v frur.intuAl' Drug Stor. tbiMUHB, synapauay, gooa nsture aaa Peony urug store. a&o at seven-year-old old-tim- e run-dow- Becoming Popular Here: James F. Cummins went to Louisville Sunday to bring overland a handsome Regal automobile, which he has just purchased. It is a five passenger car and it 3a!d to be one of the best on the market. Geo. Har- r.s has just purchased a trim little in which ho is spinning about town. Several others in the city are talking of buying machines and the fast method of locomotion seems to be gitting very popular in this section. r, Three Dogs "Executed." Deputy Sheriff W. S. Embry last week killed three dogs belonging to John Penman, a negro living in the Lo gantown settlement, which were "ac cused" of having been responsible for the deaths of many of Col. Huff Dud- derar'a sheep. Conclusive evidence Is said to have been produced of tho guilt of the suspected canines and Penman made no objection to the summary ex ecution of his dogs. law also provides that such electrocutions shall take place within the walls of the State prison at Frankfort. This does away with the "hangman's day," which has long been a recognized institution in Kentucky An execution generally has been looked upon as a grewsome show. Just how the prison commissioners will provide for this method of execution is a question. Dr. Joe Bar, prison physician at Frankfort, expressed the opinion that it would require an appropriation of $25,000 to properly equip tho penitentiary for the etetrocution of condemed persons. This appropriation was not made, and it will be a difficult matter to provide the means under the present circumstances. Kentucky has taken a long step forward in the opinion of criminologist-- , in passing the Newcomb law. In divorcing the State from the ancient and repulsive method of legal execution, even when conducted as privately as possible, the Commonwealth has taken rank along with many other progres-siv- e States. Court Closed at Lancaster, Special Judge P. M. McRoberts closed the regular term of the Garrard cir- Big Sale of Whisky. Ona of the largest sales of whisky which has been made at one timo in Kentucky for many years was by Dow- ling Bros., owners of the old D. L. Moore distillery, at Burgin. The sale was made to Cincinnati dealers and consists of over 7,000 barrels of whisky In bond of the crops of 1906-7-- 8 which, with the internal revenue to be collected as It la taken out of bond, will have a money value of nearly $500,-000. cuit court Saturday afternoon, after a rather busy three weeks. The next term in this district will convene ! Danville, Monday, April 11th, which Judge Saufley will be able to hold. Mr. McRoberts' services as special judge were eminently satisfactory and we hear many complimentary comments upon his fairness and ability to dispose of the business placed before him. Will LocateMnlLlncoln. I'eaays It Saved His Leg. "All thought I'd lose my leg," of Wutertown it rites J. A. Hwenson, Wis. "Teu years of eczema, that 15 doctors could not cure, had at last laid mo up. Then Ducklen's Arnica SaKti cured It, sound and well." Infallible for Skin Eruptions, Eczema, Rait llheum. Bolls. Fever Sores. Burns, Scalds, Cuts and Piles. 25c at Penny's Drug Mure. Lincoln county looks so good to Dr. W. J. Childera, of Livingston, that he has decidod to como here and locate. He will make his home near Huston-vill- e, and will undoubtedly be cordially welcomed by the hospitable people of Dr. Childera was that community. here this week looking over the fitlJ and ia well pleased with bis preaeecu. tie will move nere auoui ptu mnm. ul r a PAGE TWO TIIB INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. MAROII Mth,lM The Interior Kstabllahcd Journal 1872. Tells Friends FareweX King Eagle, J r. TIIE WARFIELD, snetl. Tr.liJt. t Wotwrty of H. Eagla Hon. McKlnnvy, B P. Shcwmakcr Writes Letter V0I.6A.S.H. R. No. 2556: he King Royal y' '.!rlLl.,"7 M.Owimi AIA hamlt, fouled alMllon. by I 10.il, brrd at Villa Kr.il King 2555; he by On Time 745 he by Stone Ail. On Leaving Morcland. Aurora N. . Hired by Dnra lirn. Devil EVBttY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY horse, snow wll JkIkmi 72; Rojril King'i Itt dam Mollle pionships. winnings, he won scyen chamNational HnrsaHkow. nnt dnin At $1 Tor Year In Advance. Mountt 2564, hii by the noted lire Cabbell's Mr. H. P. Shcwmakcr, who will soon Lexington r. 3. King bgle 1 1st dim I lip J57V I rsatwnly tnrl by Hex Amerlcusnt mm, four A marl.,. 1M.I, , WUIU t .l?k llrA Publisher leave Moreland to locate on a fine farm he by Eagle Bird 1014, he by Old King Eigte I llellr. thrra years, record l.U'iatxl jv othera SHELTON SAUFLEY HII riroril t.fcV.. 750, M dun IW Uon, id dint Hams Den I In Mercer county, writes a letter of maik he by Miller Uenmatk 45. 4lh dam by Jim iairouniiiwnrnrjiiTfri.iavand l?- -others..!. ... mi Hit. nn.nni Entered at the Tost OHlco at Stan- farewell to his host of friends in this Bell. Kin fcajle lit lit dim n Moll: tie Dr. I Mej Ham Ilnermrt aired ,r Mambrlvol and other counties thro' the Interior non, iJidy of the ,,Old LVnnon.2nddam Copne, ford, Ky., as Second Class mall. litwood ' lorn and uwback toDary Crockn. thorough. rrcord Litem Journal. He says: ilrouf sn In La) list. ilnniTopna by Htrnthmnre rw sire of hi in ' Having resigned my position as agent I bred. King Eaale 11 fine years oU: Wlllnnl by Albion. Note. Jail ba r".il".V '"'h by at Morcland, I wish to thank the peo- with one while him! loot; nice mane and till. He alith Ham Nml.i'nniKdwln Korest, seventh ' Iidy Turner by Mnmbrlvo I'hlef M. Th" HON. HARVEY HELM 3-- 4 rtsnJs full 16 ple) of Lincoln, Casey and adjoining handi high, weight 1.425 Ibt. nrfleld l 1111 extra high olais borne, not of Lincoln county, li n cnmllilnte for re nfrntilotnnjtliliiR.B lilulinclnrniiil na well from the kuhlli counties through your valuable paper and well proportioned in trtty way. nominntlonfort!ongn broken ninny horseln niidoutofthestnble, A combined Million with plenty ol ipeeJ, has nuiKKlcont nnd carries nice hemt ami district. subject tothenctlou oi me ucino for the many kindnesses and courteous ' cratlu party. trill, this Ian sure, trotter, hn ityle and action, and hii colli thow that hi treatment shown me both in business fine hrrtirt. - .fit- hrl ...... In Mm la I Snriiwi I ' r' days linnillluir t !fl. Thnstepped n nillo . v..rn.i.l ..,,.., -., .. .. ruly made horse, ..., .I...-.L-and personal ways. I have been con- that the owners refuted $150 (or before Meaning an., ...,-- it, ii,ir . of umnii imiuiiiintiiiv " iiinieiiiitiemni ioiNcoinn Me al out leaton ol seeing Hint The commission form of government nected with the above counties In a fame. one will make the Wayneiburg IV IU Fulling 11 sim 01 nine borsn nnd he grent rnco barn, mile weil of on and have Creek unre iwmi iiw.mo latter in which four or five men are entrusted business way for 15 years at $10 lo iniure a living coll. Mares tradtlieM.Mnnnirh nr t h. t.n.i ,.,m,. wk.,u dono business with almost every man In ed, parted with or bied elsewhere without my on.,.!''!u'''nnJ.'Kf.'remehttoih.istud offices of a city is now the with the iinperishnlile renown as a sire, benciliurea them, and I feel safe to say that they content forfriti the insurance and the money proved great fad. The lato Legislature jravo cities are all my friends. I wish to recom comes due at the time ol such bantaction. Care rnco only iininlho Dare Devilshas furnWhed horses but the family will be taken lo prevent accidents but not responiiinny noted show ring winners ns well n of the second class the right to adopt mend my successor, Mr. W. w. Ren, sible should any occur. Will alto stand a Dare Devil nnd Mnbrlnu King, lolli being champion show stnlllons of National the innovation by popular vote, and the as a man that will take up my work COOD MULE JACK. SAM KEENE. fume receded more money In the show rlne by S. Lexington papers are boosting the plan and handle it, and will treat the people sired pedigreedT. Harris' great Billy Keene and out , than nny two stiilllona in the world. Ia lennet. Sam Keene is M Z one "'."."'"V"' ethepreient lenvinntour fnrm mile from MeKlmiey, Kyat lU to Ina wr- in the right way. hands high; black with white points. He hi for all its worth. If half what sure a living colt. I leave Moreland in a few days and proved himself lo be a good bleeder. Will stand Will nlSO Stnml BIMMl lllaelt Ui-llrln.n.l Everybody's Magazine claims for will locate for the present near iter in at $8 to uisure a linng colt. A lien retained on J,0,"1"' 11lr', l,y Hrlgnollr he runs bark to Hrlgnollrr on laatli sides. Ilia colta sold for the commission form Is true, it will cerI will bo glad to see) any of all colli until the season money u paid. )or money than anr lacks In Htnnfnnl. lie (KX SON '" '?1' bandst stands wellon blsfwti a sum C. G. want in those cit- my friends when they come that way. tainly fill a long-fe- lt way, R. F. D. 4. WAYNESBURG. KY. Wishing you all success, I remain, r Rnivr. tieis erieci in eery lolllttire. H. M.tiWKNHAHOX. ies which have so long been mismanagJ MKlnney, Ky. Z Phone in residence; Wayneiburg Farmers' Ei. B. P. Siiewmaker. Yours truly, m. HATS HATS. new suits you have been buying calls . r Uxt cY nt?w a.r nnfl 7$ mn;r nt vnn hnvf-- ' wTVV ft fit our aims men you snouici nave our hats we can furnish you the full shape STETSON at .$3.50 to $5. The small and medium shape Stetson for young men at $3.50 and $4. m ...... fiS iiii,'iii,nioMinwra ll. .u ........... yS.Sf Those 7 . - lit . V alaX--k1 . -. T Xs ..t' CALDWELL ed by the old plan. In Galveston, Tex., Des Moines, Iowa, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Sioux Falls. S. D., commissioners have worked wonders in adding to the beauty and conveniences of the cities, aft) to tiv vlriii nf execution and reducing taxation. For goodness me, which Issued from theNo. directed of Clerk's office of the Lincoln quarterly court. In fnvor or sake, let's all try it! Mnt l'reaton against J. K. Benzley. I, will on one of v MU DA Y. Al'lll U Sin, IV1U, lietween the boura of 1 o'clock p. m., nnd J Roosevelt's home coming has been o'clock p. M.. nt Clrlmea llenaley'a livery Laui-uiuuuhiji w fixed for Juno 17. He will And many sinoie in mniuuru to the hlffhestblrider.the pose to public, sole olIowlnR property, (or ao much thereof na changes in the year he has devoted to mny be necesnry to antKfy l'lnlntlfl'a debt, Onebnystnlllon killing helpless animals, among them InterestH nnd costai, bv name 01 "i.incoin years old nbout Haulrrol" nbout IS hnmls high now In that Uncle Joe Cannon is no longer a (Irlnies lleniley'a possession nt snld stnble, levied uiion ns the property of J, It. Ilenaley. peer but a vassal. TKUMrt. Hale will bemndeon a credit of 3 months; bond with approved security required, bearing Interest nt the rnto of per and bavTub Interior JouRNALdoesn't blame cent per nnnum from dny of sale,ante bond. effect of n ins the force and this lith day of March getting S500 for Witness my hand, Caleb Powers foe V.L.MeCAUrY,BlierllTU O. M10 .speech for tho republican ticket in a 11th district county," but it thinks the republicans were a lot of all fired fools Here is your Chance to Get a Good Money Making Busi to pay it. The next hat to a John B. SHERIFF'S SALE. 111 Imuris Tobacco and Tobacco Nothing But Insurance. lams. J. C. McClary, , .z Jesse D. Mn, STANFORD, KY. The Insurance Wearen, 8S: Office, BS. jii it; y Residence Phone v- Insure with me mid bo fully protected. t: Dinwiddie & Co., Hustonvjlle, Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We car ry an of goods. up-to-date Undortakor. Embnlmor and Ooalor in Harness, Snddlory, STANFORD, Ornre Phone, l(!T. KY- Home Phone S3, Mr. Carnegie speaks of it as "that worthless dross called money." Yet nevertheless and notwithstanding, tho master of Skibo Castle has been striving for it all the days of bis life. ness at a Bargain. The proprietor of an established dry Roods. Mtiies lurnisninRH ami souu uuiiursi in Htnnford desires to lenve the city for personal reasons. Ho will sell ontatnbnrgnln. if taken ut once. HtockwIU Invoice nbout $:!,(. Apply tO I.VTIHIOK JochXai, olllco for Information. Fish & Pennington, Insurance and Real Estate. All kimb of INSURANCE ou all kinds of property. Only the largest companies represented. Itntcd ns low ns Stetson is the "Swan Hat" at 2.50, 3 and 3.50 i strictly young WH men's hats, of course you all know the f lif "real thing" in young mens' Straw . hats is the Yacht shape. My dresser ou.i prices run from 1 dollar to 3.50 they are the style. They are pretty and they are fine. - ' ' H. J. McJROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Additional Personals. line Mrs. Mary Penny has returned from We. whose namea appear below, strictly a visit to Danville. forbid hunting, fishing or any kind of tresMrs. W. W. Hays spent Easter Sun passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law. day with Lancaster relatives. .Miss Mnttle llewes, iieicnenuacn iirot. A. T. Tray lor. Kred linumann, Miss Daisy Van Deveer was the Lllburnuoocu, N. II. Pluminer, 11. ('. Nunuelley. Will Hester, guest of relatives and friends at LanJ. W. Peck. W. Ilaughman, J. K. Bruce, caster. David Stevens, J. POSTED. 02e2QSSe32QSQSQSe3SE m G. L. Penny R. II. Coffey K. R. S. D. CARTER, Now Llvorv yuan Dopot Stroot, qui bo Phone90, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, had anywhere. b Miss was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. W. P. Kincald. Russell Barker, of Lebanon, Miss Russell Barker, of Lebanon, was the guest Sunday of her aunt, Mrs. W. P. Kincald. L. R. Hughes and wifo went up to Mt. Vernon Sunday to be the guests of Mrs. Hughes' father. e Mr. Jamie Carpenter, wife and bojs, of Crab Orchard, spent Saturday and Sunday here. Prof. E. W. Gibson left Sunday for Beck ley, W. Va., where he will teach the remainder of the scholastic year in the Normal School Department. His mother will remain here for the preslit-ti- ent. Creek chapel were resumed Saturday evening . Mr. Hcstetter, a talented singer, will be present at the meetings this week. Servic cb are held at 10 A. M. and 7 r. m. The revival services at the Logan's D.M.Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Jaa. II. Kads Mrs. N.J. Morton A. Kionsa Mrs. Geo. Logan. Elliott. J. J.It. Daugherty, W. trunk Uordler, Dr. n.O. Perry. Itev. KntherLeo, H. H. Ilaughruiin, II. W. Gaines, A. D. Hoot. Uriah Albright. Mrs. Margaret Goocb Jacob Dander W. H. Tray lor (leo.O. lilvena. John Jufer, Ham Koherts. M. J.Hofmann, Amend Bchaefer, A. n. Matheny K.T. Uoailey Mrs. J. II. Owsley, L. H. Oarner. II. L. Kagaley, M.J. Morgan, H.O. Watktns, H.T. Harris, J. O. Hundley. Good. It. H.Orow, O. K.McOlure, Mrs. Nannie 11. Anton Honecker. Anderson Carr, M. DI.Iiou. Fred VonGruenlgan V.L. Ilaughman T, Mrs. Kate Ador Mrs. ltebecca 11. Carpenter MCHIUU. V. Kopati, M. r. i.awrence, u. eeviers, John H. Lee, (Christian Jacob Tom Kerrlll, Kred Payk. W. W. Pitman, J. Nevln Carter, Alex Cooper, Henry Kidder K. n. Denham, V, D.Gooch, II. U. Anderson, T. A. Klce, GusGelsil. (Jlirls Cnmenlsch, Reuben Curtis, Tlusley Bpoonamore James Hmlth, A. L. Carter, P. W. Carter, V. l'.Orlmea, II. W. Gaines. W. M. Fields' J. IK. Ilolticlaw. Mrs. Mnttle White. it. lininea. W. K. Keeton. Mist Mary IVpples, A. L. Thompson, JniUes Messer, JobnUainenlsch. Dan Trayior, Clotllb Click. J. J. Thompson M. D. Elmore. Kred Handorf. Wm.Oordler. Stanford. Ky., Phono 200 CUT FLOWERS FOR Dr. Hess' Poultry Fanacsa Will ninke hens lay, cure them ol !Wufj and keep thetu in gtxxl thrifty condition. The iiicreato in tho mi in tar of eggs laid, will more than iiay ior the email cxciiim oi (ceiling. It is aold nt Penny'ti Drug Store. J. K. Moser, SALE! Burgin, KentucHy. am a arndunte of Jones' National Hcbool of Auctioneers, Chicago, nnd have hud experience In the big cuttle sales nt the Union stock Yards, Chicago, where wn sold some thoroughbreds ns high aa tlJiu. Alio In horse sulea wuere fl salea were made each day. Auctioneering Is a science and I have l vim mil luru. nee or puone me aiuillcu you arrange for your sale, I can before niuio salea to) our ad vantage. PHUNKSS-l- t I I can furnish the public with tho best, as well aa the freshest of cut flowers, planta of all kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on abort notice. Also make u apeclnltyof wreaths lor lor lunerai purposes. In connection with tho above, I bate all kinds of vegetables on band at reasonable prices. IIOUHKH. UIIKIHTMANIiUKKN Kll HCIIHAKII, I'HOK. Htapford, Ky. Fruit and Ornamental Trees ! CONCRETING ii Kverythlng for Orchnnl. Lawn nnd Harden. One Million rttraw berry plants. Wo arc In position to do all kinds of con Kni, Catalogues. cretlng, such ns Illock work, Pntementi No Agents. ana. in ibci, wo can maKoany ininx iroiu r bouse down to a fence iost. Wn can serve yon promptly nnd guarantee Ilnt-clnH..F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, work and iiinterlal. Call and net our prices before you buy your material nt least. I.KXISOTOX, KKKTUCKT. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Btnnford, Kentucky. g ft Harry Jacobs, Dealer In und Manufacturer of' PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. tSeSBBBBBBBgaER n 3 o Marble and CranltO' Wlonu- - FARM FOR SALE! My farm of ST iiroed,well watered and fenced, la for sale It located Mnrkers and Posts, Cemetery and lasro thoIsMay woodseven miles from Htnnford In section. House bassix rooms, monts. acres of eood land, well lm WINTER TOURIST TICKETS r Vaseaand Hvtteci. Olllce and works, Ky, TO THE TO THE FARMERS. I wlllcontlnuei to bundle Fertilizers Intlio Jumbo iwnl .McKlime.y sections and ask my old patrons to ruuienibvr 1110. I ulso usk tho patronage ol many new customers. D.O. HIPPI.K. IxinJon, Ky, New barn and otbor necessary outbuildings. A bargain If sold at once. J, l, l,i vi.iunium It. I. 1). No. 1, Htanford, Ky .,.,, a mm Ti 11 ' s rnio.l i r r re i - SOUTH and SOUTHEAST ON SALE DAILY Ja J. BELDEN, deco-ratlin Spring & Summer Stock. For house, carrlugo nnd algn painting iiaoer hanutnir also ouirizv trliiitulns of nil kinds such aa tops recovered curtains and boots made. HtopoverAldrldge'sadack smith shop West Muln Mt., manioru ivy, I'lione xio.oz,. 'r4 rmmaaBmmrwrwmfmmfmmmmmtsvt I -- J J. HKI.DKN. llk I SI IS g S M S1 3 a .'Vi', QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAT 31st, 1910 For Fall Partlcolsrs, call on, or write II. C. KINO, P. & T. Am 101 B. Main Si., Leslagtoa, Ky. 1 Ilave'your measure taken by a tailor of ex perlence. Then your clothes, bethern low price business suit or tho llnest evening clothes, will have that Individuality and fit which plainly indlcato they wero mad to your measure. I will also take, your measure for extra trousers, fancy tests, top I desire to sell privately my slock of Gro coats and otercoata. Kail and Winter cerleannd Hardware. iVilnir u good bust, samples on band ready for ourvTuspectlon, ness. Will Invoice about UJMD. llmio- n111 health. II. O. KUPLK Y, Tbe Tailor. OKO I). IIOPPKH,Htanford,'Ky. Htnnford, Ky. S " UWIftilmflaacrfl' jMI Stock of Merchandise for Sale. HjLifaJr lj aVapMaUaMaaalaBI VKl laH JS: 'HliaMiaj11 KV ) 1 P o o s' It. LOW ROUND-TRIP 13. MAIIONEY, Pre. J. T. WHITE, Sec'y. W. S. FISH, Treas. HOMK8EEKERS TO FARE8 The West, Southwest and Northwest 12 i St. Louis 1 WITHOUT CHANCE. TRAINS DAILY TO 2 VIA SB 2 21 St. Louis TRAINS DAILY TO WITHOUT CHANGE. The Citizens Realty and Title Co Farm, Iiquscs uud lots for rent, salo'or exchange. Persona desiring tjuiok gales or purchases in realty ol all kinds. Call 011 or writo us at STANFORD, KV. When You Have To Soil Call - Va. x ST. Tickets on Sale Flrkt and Third Tuesdays In each, Month. Return Limit aa' Days from Pate of Sale. H. B. W S3 Writ (or Falsi and Special Dlisrss Raul Arraaemtah).t Y. PKNN. T. P. A. J. P. CAKUNHK, O. P. A IAIUJSVIU.K. KY. Promptness and Reasonable Commissions Our Specialty. 'Phone 200, Northcott. MaHager. v- Stanford, Ky. 'Phone 153. THURMAN K. TUDOR, - .. a - , 1 ti - isalA. .JK. MARCH 20th. 1010 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. PAGE THREE -- 3 aaaaaaaaaasaaaa : J New Wash Goods. French ginghams, new flnxons in checks. Wo nrc showing some pretty novelties in wnsh goods. Homo Slum linens nt 2Tc, homo spun lincno 15c, new : 5 3 S To A Second Trip i Fine Embroideries. Pretty flouncings nt 50c to $5 per ynnl. Suits and Skirts. Let us show you our suits nnri skirts. We make spccinlty of making n skirt just like you want it. n the mnrket we've found necessary (on nccount of the brisk, early Spring business) nnd nrelctterprcparei thnn ever to supply you with your Spring nnd Summer 2 2 needs. Tlie increased patronage we hnvc continued to 2 2 enjoy is due to the fact that our goods nre ns represent- cd. Wo mnke good every statement, we nrc never 2 2 undersold when quality is considered. " a 2aaeaaaaaaa New Floor Coverings. New Silks. Having sold our first purchases we have just received new patterns in silks. We hnvc just received new druggets new rugs, new 2 2 runnings, etc. 2 Severance & Son, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. New Corsets. 2 0Scc the new models in $3. Americnn-Lady corsets. $1 to Needles, Dobbin nnd Shuttle for Mns. J. C. M cCi.au Y is confined to Asiinv Warren spent Sunday with I Dke3s makino and sewine of all oil sewing machines nt Penny's Drug her bed with n m ulsrlnl attack. tho homcfolks. kinds done by Miss Mary Zcller. nt J. Store. Miss Uettie CARTEn, of Morcland, F. Cummins' residence. Satisfaction Miss Deijie Newland, of Crab OrPERSONALS. chard. Istvliitlnc friends in Now Cas. was the guest of friends here Monday. guaranteed. OUR great low price sale is still on Dr. J. T. Hoiion, of HuMonvillc, was tie, Tcnn. Mrs. II. C. Faiikii Is in Louisville. everything below J. M. ALVEHSON returned to Frank- in town last week, shaking hands with and wo're still selling quick. loo Terry is visiting his uncle in cost. Hotter como S. Gold fort Monday morning, nftcr spending his many friends. ' stein. Madison county. Sunday with friends hero. Miss Peachik IIaugiiman is about James Herrin was down from Crab I HAVE made a chantro in mv bucrcv John Coffey, a popular Jlrcman on ablo to bo out after her tussle with tyOrehard Saturday. and implement business and all who the Li. & N., whoso homo Is nt Leban- phoid fever. J. W. ACKY mado n business trip to on, E. P. Owsley, of Columbus, Ga., is owe an account that is past duo will spent Sunday with his cousin, Mrs. please call and settle tho mountains last week. once. Also Farley Scott and family, nt Crab Or- hero on a visit to his father. Dr. J. H. all notes that nre due nt and past duo W. S. Fisit and little daughter wero chard. Owsley. must bo paid at once. E. T. Pence. guests of relatives at Paint Lick. Alexander Williams, ono of Undo John Owsley keid Is reported to Fly tlmo is nt hand. Get our low Mrs. A.J. Adami, of Hustonvlllc. is Sam's best soldiers nnd a valued sub- have had a very bad night Sunday spending several days with relatives. scriber to tho I. J,, has been transfer- night and his friends arc feeling great prices on screens for your windows and 2 Mrs. J. M. Dronaurii, of Lexing- red from Fort Missoula to Fort uneasiness over the condition of this doors. George II. Earris. ton, spent Saturday with the Misses popular young man. Mont, La DIES, don't fail to see those suede Paxton. Mr. and Mns. Charles Garner, of Marshall Newland and sister, Miss Oxfords In gray and blacks. Pricer, W. K. Shuoars, Jit , spent several i.rab Orchard, are receiving congratu Kill si XTntulnnrl awn lIfB. tlnTa Mminfav II iiCTTiailU. OIU V19IVHIK fcHCli IVU3III, $3 to $3.G0 at Cummins & Wearen's. s days with his at Lancas- latlons of their many friends upon tho J Miss Jennio CofTey, in Danville. Mrs. ter. arrival of n sweet littlo girl in their 'ColTcy has returned to her homo in Wanted, to trade lumber for barn W. E. Perkins, of Crab Orchard, home. Danville, after a pleasant visit to Mrs. patterns for corn and hay. C. J. Sip-piwas In town yesterday shaking hands London. Mary UonniNSandlittlodaugh-ter- , J. II. Newland, at Crah Orchard. Mrs. with hit host of friends. Selena, spent Easter Sunday with A. II. C. Dinwiddie, of Hustonville, her relatives at Crab Orchard. Miss Rev. A. W. Davis, of Midway, LOCALS. preached the Easter sermon for tho was In town Friday shaking hands with Annie Davis, her elder sister, will spend Try an Old Hickory wagon. Pence Colored Knights of Pythias at the Chris hit many friends. n fow days with relatives at Danville. tian church Sunday. Lincoln Lodgo All, aro cordially Invited to attend In writing to havo his paper changed Bros. No. 8 turned out in full uniform and the open session of our Literary Socio from Pinovlllo to Lenoir City. Tenn., Fresh-caugh- t Ohio river big fish at made a bravo showing as they maneuty on Friday, April 1 Sixth Grade of J. C. Wells says: "I do not want to the Country Storo today. vered on Main street. Stanford Graded School. nits any of them. Tho new stylo of Henry Coleman, manager of the your paper is great, and it makes ono Lost. Automobile glove. Reward II. G Johnson, stock claim agent Columbia Singletrvo Factory at McKin-ne- think it Is a daily." ' for return to Miss Luclla White. for tho I & N.. was hero last week was hero this week rcrurnlng from E. C. Walton, of Stanford, Ky., Mr. The freshest wrinkles in neckwear at settling with farmers for stock killed tho mountains, uhero ho has' been pur- Is with tho editor for n few days. It is Cummins & Wearen's. by trains. Grimes Deazley and S. T. big factory. chasing lumber for his his first visit to Florida and the tint Harris both got checks for animals they Mips Madoe Hackley has returned New Florida fruit and vegetables at had lost. 'from a visit to friends at Ml. Vernon time ho has been foot loose In over 25 tho Country Storo. $ years. Mr. Walton has published the and Crab Orchard. Interior Journal of his native town, Oil cloth and straw matting at tho Coburn's Minstrels held the boards Mrs. J. C. Hailey and children, and since bo) hood, selling at Wnltnn'a Opera House on Saturday the paper re- Country Store. Miss Ophelia I.nckoy, of Crab Orchnrd, night and gave a most creditable percently to take a much needed rest. Ho wero with friends and relatives here Is A packed house erected delighted with Orlando and is deterS. C. B. Leghorn eggs for sale. formance. Saturday. mined to spend at least one season hero Best laying strain. Write or phone Mrs. tho troupo and vociferously applauded Mrs. DoLrn Idee. Mrs. Mr. and Ln uerry, iiusionvuie, Ky. each number. There was not a single in the near future Orlando Daily Re-- I Johnson, Mrs. Watklns and Or. Ilalley, in.. questionable joke and porter-Staof which George C. Keller Ik. Pore Plymouth Rock eggs, $1 for well worth the time and withal it was of Louisville, came up In a big touring money spent. is editor and manager. setting of 15. Mrs. A. R. Nunnelley, car and spent Sunday, the guests of It was tho company's third appearance The engagements of soveral promi lurnersvuie. Mrs. Susan Yeager. in Stanford nnd the fact that each perThe Ladies' Aid Society of the Chris- nent and popular young people in "Queen Quality" Oxfords hold formance has drawn a larger house is Blue Gras society, wero announced in tian church will meet with Mrs. W. P. their shape and stylo. Lotus fit you. evidence ot its worth. Grimes at 2 o'clock Tuesday uftcrnoon. Sunday's Lexington Herald They were: Cummins & Woaren. Lewjs William Burton to finish the work they hnvo cm hand Bishop and Mrs. Plymouth Rock, Leghorn and Blark Ladies of the church nre invited A announce the engagement of their daughter, Louise, to Mr. Henry Minorca eggs for sale. $1 per 1C. Ld good reader will be on hand. Milward. Thi wedding will be a Hubbard. Gait. Thomas Helm, of Danville, beautiful event in Juno. Buggies of quality, such as Columhas wnnounccd tho engagement of his Mr and Mrs. H. McKco Scobec, of bus, Mager and Urockway, daughter. Miss Pattio Helm, to Mr. at Penco Vnrls, a leading young attorney Winchester, announce tho engagement Bro. . at the Danville bar. Tho wedding will of their sister, Jane McDowell Tracy, Lost. Shepherd bitch, reddish coloccur at tho home of tho bride in Dan-..t- to Mr. Thomas Clark Tracy. Tho wedding will bo celebrated tho latter part or; very timid. Reward for return to r. n ,! TIIIU Wll An.ii v. M. S. Baughman. LM-iiiitf Mrs. J. S. Grimes, of Elizabeth-10Mrs. Sussn Hardwlcke Sandusky an Lost. Gold chain and locket, engratown, announces tho engagement of' DndertaKera and Erabahr her daughter, Elizabeth Payne Grimes, nouncea the engagement of her daugh ved S L T. Reward if returned to er. Also Dealers in ter. Anna Katherine, to Dr. Henry Gil- Mrs. Jesse Traylor. to Edward Series Crumc. formerly of moro Foushoc. The wedding will bo Thej Elluir.etr.town. but who has recently , jBnl.tlivnl.wf ... For Sale. Few nice Buff Ornlng .1. A to locate. The wd ivivuiii.iru ill nuiiu. will exchange Furniture for como to Louisville eggs lor natcnin ion cocKereii. Also Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Bush Stewart, Mrs. W J. lloltzciaw, Stanroril, it. P: ding will take place on June 2. at the ill Kinds of Stock. Giro of Winchester, announco tho engage- D. No. 1. Elizabcthtown Prrsbvterian church Them a Call. Price Right. Courier Journal. Miss Grimes i a ment of their daughter. Ilia, to Mr. DEruTY Sheriff T. S. Reynolds daughter of tho lato Joeph Crimes, Vernon Strodo Hislo, nlso of Winches- arrested Will Humphrey, of McKlnney, formerly a prominent citizen of this ter. The marriage will be celebrated on n statutory chnrge last week and STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. in April. city, and a brother of W. P. Grimes. lodged him in tho county jail hero. m m 8-Assln-nlboinc, grnnd-parente, L. R. Hughes T. W. Humble W. 0. .Martin Corsets. We call your special attention to our new line of corsets. The latest models of Warner's rust proof corsets have, without exceptions the most perfectly designed hip nnd back lines that have been brought out this season in the new sheath effect. We have them in nil styles and sizes, long or short with high or low bust as suits cus tomer. This is a beautiful corset, mode of imported Contils handsomely trimmed withwide lace, extra heavy elastic hose supporters attached both front and sides, bound throughout with le rubber coated steels, wrapped in linen, prices from $1 to $5. ed non-rustab- IT IvMiiiL-i -- ill V 1 .- ill" wivii 09 fiustbroof .... HUGHES, MARTIN . & CO., ) y, Dry Goods. Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. . r, I ii 7-- I Clothes of Value. I Easter marks tho Iwinnind nf intimo i,. ..,;..,. , :i.i.. ........ uujiue uui injssiuiy on account oi its early date this year you postponed buying your suit until later if so we now invite you to inspect our line. We do not search the market for the cheapest clothes the manufacturer can produce but for the best values and styles that the entire country's markets offer such dependable goods coupled with reasonable prices, should induce you to buy here. ..,,., ., I Kava-naug- h J.L.Bazley&Co., n. i 1 "'"' k . 9-- T W. E. PERKINS, r rf. .. v. W CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. ; W w w w MM d W GET IN THE GAME. Also Get Into One of Those HART, SCHAFFNER andlvflARX, JfJHpJt Be"S", 8nr W Spring Suits and no one can dress better than you. Take no chance, but see that the HART, SCHAFFNER and MARX label is in your suit and you fabric perfect in style, fit and get a positive guarantee that it is n workmanship. Prices from $17.50 to $27.50. Other makes at any price below $17.50. all-wo- ol well-know- i n MsW JvMjJBJfe Cummins WJ c.f rHfkt 1409 tr 1 Hirt let tfit r & Mm & : Wearen, KENTUCKY. STANFORD, I ' V- - PAQE FOUR. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KT. FARMER'S DEPARtMKWT. Shkkp Dip at Pence Bros.' . Good fresh milk cow to d MARCH 9ftth, 1810 CARROLL PRESTON. Almont Dare 3228. X Sired by Preston 922, by Washington 51, by Cromwell 73, by Wnsh- ington Denmark 01. 1st dam Dnby Pence, sired by Enoch Anion. 2nd dam Lndy Pence by Almont Forest 2803, 3rd dam by Garrard Chief. He has He Is n beautiful bay 154 hands htyh four years of age. more natural action than any horse living, and from his success ns n show horse in his three year old form bids fair to make n Rrcntcr show Jtorso than his grand old sire, being undefeated in his class as a three year old and always getting his part in the stakes against the crock show Jiorscs of 1909. This great young stnllion will make the season of 1910 ut the stock yanis of A. T Nunnellcy. Stanford Ky., at the reasonable figure of $25 to insure a living colt. Marcs kept at $2.50 per month, and not responsible for accident or escape. Season due when mores are parted with or bred toother stock. sell. Charles,Knsl!n. ld It. A. S. II. R. Sired bv Dnitv Dsio 1932, he by Cheiter Dire 10. he by QI(k Sutrrel 38. he by King Villism97, lt dsm Toiawsy 476B. tlo reprtrrnl in Vol 10. A T. II. R. She by AbdslU M.mW.no 17 IS, he by Almont (33), 2nd dm Lailr Dsn by Cnl Ditu, by Dour-bo- n Chief. 3rd dsm Mattif S . hy Fofe-g- n Light, by Foreigner, by Imported Clrnco: 4th dsm Untie C, by Cunmnghtmt llopeilotlom, 5ih dsm by Imported lunard. we are able NOTE. Almont Dut, sa (at to discover is ihe tint hone on record hiring lo his credit the honor ol defeating ilh hit own progeny those ol hit tire. Dignity Dair. Sine he hm became (ire he hai had (rom I lo 4 premium coltt shown etch yeat at the different county fain and they are developing into a line ' lot ol wall, trot and S guted ones, This hotie is the if mil of a hleloni mating with the bet dami and tires olitainalile, and at natural mull it a fine fcorie, lesubful bay, about 16 handi,' and made (at. would weuli atound l200pounJt ' A thow hour among championt, fully thnr peeri, going 6 duhnct taddle gam all lau, true and naturally eitrrmrly high, A high lailrd I le it a full brother to that t. alk-tfgeld. one. mLI Im A Cl in. NItll.nn it,.. ...LI 600, and to Tioiy Dare that hat won more lhan any mare ever tired by Uignily Errraiumi a lut of others too numeioui lo menThis hone, owing lo age and location, tion. will mate the tcaton at our .table, 2 miles (torn I luilonnlle on Hutlonvtlle and Liberty rnVe, at $ 5 lo insure a live colt. Mares Itaded or bred elxwhrre tenders season due. Crau in abundance at $2 pel month. Out personal attention to all stock, but will not be teipontible fot accidrnli. Corretpondrnce and best of all impection invited. E. S POWELL & SOK I luitonville, Ky. c o Eifthtgood sale. J. E Bruce. James McKechnie inson suv-e- mules for tf. Rob- old to 175 pound hogs J. at A. 10c. FlVK Rood second hand buggies for dale. I). D. Carter, Stanford. Two work marcs for sale. A. T. P Nunnellcy. Boone county white For SALE.-I'- uro seed corn, $1 25 per bushel. Seo sample at Lincoln County National and First National Banks. Also 1G bushel of cultivated hemp seed. S. J. Embry, Jr., and John C. I'epples, Stanford. Buy harness of a regular dealer, where v'ou can get quality. J. C. maro for sale; safe for lady or child, work anywhere. Apply at Adams's livery stable, Bona L. McKechnie sold to Grimes gelding for Beazlcy a nice Five-year-o7-d sfi u d W. O. WalKer, Gapes, Cholcrn. Itottp, existing Stanford, Kentucky. G o Q u a Pi j I Hoarbon Poultry Cure I recocnlied a. ihenUnrtan! poultry mnwlfofthe world. It In the one rcmed y ttait can bo deponded on with absolute certainty to euro and prercnt and A bottle males is gallon ot medicine. For the trouunent of DUckhead and other disease In turkeys form Diarrhoea and MI llnbtrneck. drops In toe drinking water koop of poultry A few fowl hrllhy (no ll'-ru- n SAVE YOUR FOWLS tree f mm dlMav,. (IDG. George D. Boono bought the fine jack Bourbon.Pbultry-Cur- e hasTno'equal- fttrt. W.W. Rloii,Ifof.Ulcnrilt,.Kr.,..7i "I xh raising chickens fornenlr fifty yrarl and ItoutboaroaltryCurelsthemoftiatiafactoryrcniedy I have net uted lor Cholera and Capea ." . I I I I Mr, F,P.Cliy,rir!i,Kr.."T! "Lsilysir I railed hundred ol chicken Iim from eapea by firing ihcm Douiboa Poultry Cure. I nod it aure curt lot Cholera aad Llmbernecs," AtAIILeadlnf DruoDlsta. Mired Bourbon! Remedy BOo per Bottla.' Co.iSoi'u. & A. Trial Vial Frea. Sold DyiHUGARS and TANNER. f11" WE Have the Superior rse corn planter with both edge and flat dropping plates, al- so the Superior I -- horse. planters and fertilizers. These planters have been tested satisfaction. and give Borne," of Garrard parties for a fan cy price. U. W. Gaines will stand a fine jack this season at $10 to insure, at his place oa tho Crab Orchard pike, three miles from Stanford. See ad later. harrows Land Rollers, double-dis- c and drag harrows, Iloosier corn planters and all kinds of harvester machinery at Pence Bros.' John Miracle, of the Green River seck tion, sold eight calves to J. N. for $114, a nice price. d of J. H. Baughman got in a mares from the West Friday night and sold eight of them at from $150 to $250 Saturday. J. T. Veatch, of Mercer, sold to I). B. Blake, of Woodford county, a black jack jack for $600, also a lo Judge, Thurman, of Springfield, for $750, and a yearling jack to David Sims for $300. John and Jamie Carpenter will have something to say about some fine stock they are standing in the next issue of the I. J. Van-hoocar-loathree-year-ol- o z c o a a your Inspection. snappy suit. K! s tmmimx CUTOK - 1JEAU NAIiOTII. 4VOl. M, 1 W. H. HICG1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. I Hired by NaliothW-Il!ecordI.19',.Ileau Nabotb's llrst IMm Norn Haiighiimn bv NoHl Mil record r.lr, by Klectloneer 1!. Jr., slretl by Metniolllnii. second dam 1T7J by llamlltnnlou 10. third dam slrrd by Monbrlna Htariljiht l by 111, fourth dam Mary Withers larluythorotlglilirett. tilth Dam slrml by by Ullv r Wngner. sixth dam slnnl by Imp Tronby, teMiitli dnm sired by Tbnrnton's Itnttler llenii Nnliotli Is a large horse ttauatiig It hands and weighing condition l.tl iwunds. When h iM'Cumes aniunlnted with the story ol hit limited educntlontou to realiiethnt he Is truly a remarkable harness stnllion. that be must he n great horse Is proved by t he wouderful progress that be has made. With erv little handling be has proen to - the rbnmplon Imrne-- i stnllion of Kentucky. He bu won er Ihe horteatbnt Kentucky has produceil, Head of him and you will see that there am no better bred stallion In Kentucky than h- Is. lie gels flrtt'Class combined horses. gl him a while mare he Mill get you a saddle colt, Rlio him a trotter mare, be will get youn trotting colt, remember lleau NaUith (combined, with more record famlllesthan most any horelu Kentucky. George Wllks Q. & C. Excursions. Klectlonevr. Ilumlllonlon and four cro.rt of thnrnughbrrd to gtte blm atamlnn. Come and see this home he lltes without from lo end, The first excursion of the season via a fault, he Isotperfect cannot end excelled his by colts three crops the Queen & Crescent Route to Cincin- any hor.e. Will stand at the Nunnelley JobnCook, will be operated Sunday, April 10, Htock Yards. eronnl care caretaker, 'phone nati 191, the taken. Fee 1S to Insure alining colt. 1910. Special train. For full particuJ..M rKTTCS. lars call on ticket agent. W. C. 'I'lione 3 Kings. Htnnford, Ky, G. P. A. Our Spring line of Clothing is better than ever before. It is now open for Call and see lla Jo.e-plilne- that I JUST RECEIVED I ff A Dig Line Of Im- l.t - WALL PAPER, fu 1 tt a ft Mattinfts and rufts it will pay you to examine our line fore you buy. Don't forRet we arc price makers. foe- -t Rlne-arso- n, L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. If yon have anything in tho lo ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE I Zk Lincoln eoumy national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Those having claims against the estate of Geo. B. Sautiey, deceased, are Ily direction of tlie City Council tb or- notified to present same to the under- dinance on docs will Iwlirrouttvr rigidly signerl, properly proven, for payment,. Kach doe limit li registered hy lt owner with the City Ulerk aud uvtnx ho o! Those owing him will please make setpaid nt toe tame time nnd n collar placed tlement with me at or- -. II George L on tbe dog containing Its registered number and owner's name. Afnlluro to comply Penny, administrator. with this ordlnnuco subjects the owuer to n flneof U per day and It it the marmhal'i colduty to kill nil dogs not registered and lared an required by tbe ordlnnnce. II. D.OAUTKIt, City Marshal. NOTICE. 8 r-1- Surplus, Resources, S: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT' J.B.PAXTON, W. M. J- - Capital, $5O,O0O.00 NOTICE! STOCK - LINE 43.000.00 340,000.00 Amusement and Entertainment Every Evening. Tbt- - latest nnd best run of moving ntctures nt tbe Theatorlurn. l'leases tbe grown lolks, dellghu tbe children. A new picture every mgnt. uniy a aim juu. Htnnford, Ky KmilOkkknhoko, mop. Tnoc having claims against the estate, of Mrs.Helle Hlce.deceased.wlll presentthem riroterly proven to ni at once. Those Immeillately. are notified to settle Kith me GKO. U. 1'ltCITT. Administrator Mrs. Ilelle Itlce Tnke it to Nimnelley's New Stock Yards He buys nml rolls every lv in tint year except Siiiulny. lirlng on your rfck. lioet market in the State with plenty of ceil anil water let covered cu, nutdda of Loniirille or Lsxiugtoa. STANFORD, KY. Wcnlao d a rnieral hitch nndjfeed bminctis. sPRsyT2BiBHmPryuULl2j' BRIGHT. CASHIER. Wl ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER HAYS FOSTfcR. CLERK. When Hungry OOTO OIREOTOR3: W. 0. Walker, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter.Stanlord John B. Foster, Stanford; W. H. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Ran- kin, Lancaster; J. B. Paxton, Stauford; W. H. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. H. Cummins, Preachersville; Lilburn Goocb. Gilberts Creek. Carson's Meals DON VARRICK This magnificently bred young stnllion will mnku tbe season of 1UI0 at my stable near Htnnford, Ky., on tbe Hlielljy fjlty piko nt IIS to lusure n living colt. Don Vnrrlck n beautiful chestnut sbort back heavy It bone In fact tbe highest typnof tbe trotter nnd perfect disposition, lie I by the great Onward HUer i:OSH. that won tbe (Si Transylvania In a se en heat ruto In lwf and the same year won the S10.UU Homier Meinorlulnnd tbe M.andM. all In broken bents nnd sold for IJI.un and Inter for t,-U- . Don Varrlck Is bred exactly like Hpaii-Is- b (Jueen that won the t3.0M) Traniylvuuin In ll making a record of S:07 nnd was classed ns one of the big four, being one ot tbe greatest money winners on the grand circuit ln'llix. Unwurd Hllrer Is by Onunrd, one ot th of greatest and best sousdam Uorge Wllken. of Director, tbe dam was the sire of tbat great family of trotters nnd pacers. Don Vnrrlcks 1st dam was bv Wilkes Hoy, by George Wilkes a lull sister s to The Way:toi,and half sinter to I'ntcben tbu dam of Itubber 2;10. Winchester :W Hilly Wilton :). and Miss It. XU, nd dam Mary by Hogg's Grey Kagle the dam of The Wny and Mmllene Iatltlen. Don Varrlck'adam producHl Dr. Conner (inii puceu n iiuuiic nan nine on lue i.eiinizion irivi.ni 10 iiuimit in inrv. aim sold toN. W. Hublngernf New Hiimii lor ll.UO, she nlso produced Mnggte Igo.'tbat trotted n half mile ou the sauiu track nt 10 months old In 1:11 und sold for pu, Dun Varrlck Is fast came mid nlwuys on the trot, eryrurely ever leaves bis feet. In d weeks handling last Kail be trotted n quarter on huff mile track In aiV,. Hec. half In 1:10 und the mile In 2:V. on the outside of track, riease noto the rich Inheritance of speed on both sides, not it missing lluk for generations, isreeu minis iuiiuw unu you cuu'l miss the four things uery breeder looks for sUe, disposition, speetl and looks, Bee him before booking your mums. Ben ion money due when mares are parted with or bred to unother horv. Mare kept ut 10c tier day and all care taken, but will not b responsible for accidents or escnnes, Hon Varrlck I n 2:10 trotter If he had the proper handling. Also at same place will stand lrt-- S Mud-len- Ilestaurant Ijincaster, Htreet, Htauford. K. 11:30 acrud at alt hours op to r. h. M'CAUTY.l'n. B. U. WALTOX.Y.I'rM. I R. HUGHKS.S. AT M. Rest pjace lu wii for a good quick meal. Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford, Kentuclty. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD. KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN J 882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Combine Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Uepojtt Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. Cooking to suit our customers our specially. Hplendld new line of fancy Groceries. Hot Coffee, Handwlcbea, pies. Duller milk, and sweet milk, etu., at all times. W. A. CARSON, Prop. Stocks and Hoarii Farms aud Town Property Handled on Commission. Sold. If you Havo Projicrty to Sell or Kent Notify U. Write for Circular to Auctioneer! I offer my services to the people of Lincoln county us an auctioneer. Hntlslaetloo guaranteed. II. W. McWHOKTKIt, Moreland, Ky., K. V. 1). No. 1 Hesldeuce. Turnersvllle. L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky. OFFICER. J. S. Ilocker, S President;. T, Harris, John J. McRoberts. Cashier; II. C. Baufjhman, Asst. Casb'r W.W .Saunders. Ilookkeept r. DIRECTORS. F. Reid. J. H. Oaugbman, M D. Elmore, J. M Pettus, H. C. Baughman. J K Cummins, S. T. Harris, ao. C. Robinson, K. C. Walton, J. S, Ilocker. IV. A. TRIBBLE. Day l'liouo 28. Night Phono 133. Tintjing, Plumbing, Heating. Don't let HllO paw without having hot and cold water through your house with a beautiful white ' ti Furniture nnd Undertaking. W. II. Murpliy Stanford, Kentuclty. Kit. FARMER: Make your home us modern for your family as a city .residence, and place yourself in a notitiou to gee the latest market quotations at any tunc, this can bo accomplished by means ot our telephone service, which you und your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with de benefits received. Call or address our nearest ofiice or write direct to headquarters, Nashville, Teuu., for information regarding our special "Far-acrLine" rate. If you are not at present enjoying telephone service, we n immediately interest you. Our linen cover the States of Kentucky, Twuewee, Mississippi, Louisiana und the Southern ixirtion of Indiana ami EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. lliaok. e' (INCOHr-OKATK- RURAL TELEPHONES. CLEMENS HOTEL J. L. Klki.v, l'ror., DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Ijirge, airy outside rooms. Commercial Have W. K. WAItKEIt to instull your country water works with reasonable prices and guarantee. We also carry iu stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS; Roofing and Roofing Paiuts. Telephone, 188. Call and see us. Porcelain Bath Outfit. IV. OLIKTON nnd UUSHKU Clifton is a black Jack with light Milts, 1 member him when stopping lu tits town. years old last (September, 11, bands high with n matcblea bul and ear, well set on a rangy neck, has plenty bonuundtutxtuiict 1 nnd ns n breeder bu Is not surpussed. by truelcrsn The proprietor Is LinTwo Mighty JacKs Two, or month. specialty. Helalu former week county mini and his friends should recoln K. WARNER, County White Corn. Stanford Ky. Seed MASON'S MEET. aaraaJv IwwUd to be present. T. W. UaxloJt (Me. L. & N. TIME TKBLE No. No, lMwht Lodge No. 80 K. & A. M. will meat mm communication on each first nod Ttao Ms Mu4ay HlgbtsofwujQinontu.at Mloefc la their ballon main ilrueet, Htan . ty-- MMkn ot slsWr lodges are fra. an . No.ll.Koutb.iwJUr. M. No.S.Houtb.lUiU A u. It, North, 4 ;0 a. . , Pn No.lT.10!A, M. No.M.iiNr.st, NortU.fi: W r, u JOS. 8. RICE. iAgent. last August, full lMf bands blgb with us I will stand uir tborouglibrud t'ollwl Wa have placed lu stock a fine line of voinuoli finish and nation as a horse, and as u cal aud Instrumental uiutlo, all sold at Km Kl"ld selected, butted, tliMWd.sUelleO and breeder he Is the equal of any Jack, lioth of percopv. Will orJer any special piece de- AuU bull at my place on Homvriet plkQ these Jaoks will servo mare at 110 to Insure a living colt. Trading the uiara forfeits the sired, For sale ut utll.W. Money duBwuou cow known to bo gradinl for edgo drop or njr planter HM insurance. Care wlllbo taken to prevent 00. at BtaatorJ, Ky' next bu. Will accidents, but will not beresponslblesbould Willi cfttf or pa rtr Irom any occur, Jenuets will be cared for after Drug Htorn, WALTON K. H0HH, June 1st. and bred by private contract, 0.W.LOVHI.U court day. LaDMStvr.Ky, Stanford, - - - - Kentucky. Stanford. Ky. WOOD! J. II. RUSSEL Is a black Jack with light points, NEW MUSIC Shugars' Polled Angus Bull ! Boone .year-ol- d Tanner's delr 7N rrzzUtz 'iiiiiiisiiwrvtumj', t)i Jmjj vC'v m.