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Suit has been filed In tho Lincoln cir cuit court by Attorney P M. McRob-ert- s, representing II. E. Ross, a Lexington lawyer, against B. II. Nash, the action being brought to collect about $1,700, which it Is claimed is owing to Ross from Nash on certain rentals, ac- 12 Two Happy Couples. LOCAL PEOPLE ATTEND KNOCKED IN THE HEAD; HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES GETTING IN SHAPE For Central Kentucky Tournament To Be Held at Lexing ton barly In May. The young athletes of the Stanford High School are making active preparations for the Central Kentucky High School Athletic Tournament and Track Meet which will be held on the Stato University field in Lexington early in May. It is expected that athletic representatives from fully 25 high schools in this part of the State will be prea-cn- t, to compete for the prizes which wilt bo offered, as well as to win honor and glory for ther respective schools. Two years ago the Blue Grass Graded School Tournament was held at Lexington with fine results, and a revival of this with.a larger scope this year promise to be a big event In high school circles In Central Kentucky. Stanford's crack man in the tournament will probably be Harris Coleman, who Is developing Into a shot putter of great strength and.skill. He has smashed previous high school records already, and is now going after the State record. On trial work at the school campus here last week, he put the; shot 381 feet. Coleman threw the shot the "first time about a month ago, and those who have seen him at work believe he will soon be able to break all records. He Is a powerful lad in every respect, and is a star foot batl player as well as an all round athlete. Coleman has already made a record of 105 feet at the ham Two ir.ore young couples were made CAPT.WALKER'SFUNERAL ROBBED BY FOOTPADS hippy week by County Clerk Geo. II. CooDer. when ha issued marriago Com Growers' Association To Be license to George S. Gooch and Miss Prominent Garrard County Citizen Rowland Resident Has Harrowing Organized at Stanford Anrl Wllcher to wed; and to Harrison Dies Friday Burled Next Day Experience While On Way uroughton and Miss Hockley brvln, to Fifteenth At Paint Lick. Home Late at Night. join their hearts and hands for aye Both couples resldo In the county and i i. i.i i...i. -. A large number of Lincoln county II. P. Dalton, a resident the farmers of Lincoln county and the have many friends who wish them great people went over to tho burial of Capt. of Rowland, and father of "Buckskin happiness. Edward II. Walker, at Paint Lick, Gar- Bill" Dalton. the lad whose leg was surrounding country In the organiza-tio- n rard county, on Saturday afternoon, broken by a shot from an L. & N of a Corn Growers' Association, among them Judge M. C. Saufley, who hrakman's pistol a few days ago, was which will be effected here April 15th, Mrs. PattyJHays was one of the Mr. and assaulted by two footpads as he was under the auspices of the State departMrs. J. C. Hays, the latter being a going home Saturday nlcht. and rob ment of agriculture. At that time a representative of the department will Dies at Home in Kansas City And sister of Mrs. Walker, Wm. M. Bright, bed of 115 He was beaten lover the W. O. Walker and others. Captain head with what he believes was a Buried Here Sunday. be In Stanford and will distribute, free, Walker was well known to Lincoln picket fence slat and a gash about four three bushels of pure bred seed corn. Prizes will be offered In the fall for thti Mrs. Pattie Hays, long a resident of county and his death Is sincrelyj Inches long cut in the back of his head, which was dressed by Dr. O'Bannon best ears grown from this seed corn. Stanford and well known and beloved mourned. He passed away at his home in Lan Dalton is no young man, and the injuSimilar associations will be organiz- - here, died after a short Illness kt her April home In Kansas City, Mo., where she caster, as n result of blood poisoning, ry is quite serious. ed in the counties of Wayno Ho says that he left Stanford shortly 9 at Montlcello; I'ulaskl, at Somerset, had lived for a number of years, April at the age of C7. He is survived by April 11, Casey, at Liberty, April 13, 1st. Then-mainwere brought back his wife and one son and four daugh- after 11 o'clock at night and as he went and other counties In Oils' psrt of the hero for burial and laid to rest in Buffo ters, all residents of Garrard county. on down tho pike, he noticed that two State, the department desiring to as- lo Cemetery Sunday morning at 11 Capt. Walker was under treatment at men were following behind him. apcounties o'clock, services being conducted at the a sanitarium In Louisvillo for some parently dogging his steps. He became certain the best grave by Rev. Joseph Ballou. Mrs. time and underwent seven operations, suspicious from their actions and when of the State. The department Is pushing the cam. Hays was 52 years of age, and is sur- without apparent relief, and was final he reached the yard of Mr. Napier, he palgn for better corn In Kentucky Btid vived by one daughter, Miss Alma, and ly urougnt nome about a week ago, dodged In to allow them to .pass. He did not see them any more, but thinks L., of this city, Jas. sinking rapidly to the end. is working on tho plan by encouraging four brothers-- I. He served with distinction In the Un that they hid on the roadside or doubthe farmers to excrclso more care In A , of Lancaster, and Alien! and Roy; the selection of seed fur planting. One and a sister, Mrs. W. W. Hayes, of ion army and won the title of captain. led back on him on the L. & N. tracks, He was one of the picturesque types for he was struck on the back of the reason for the small yield and Inferior this city. of the true Kentucky colonel, being a head without warning and almost quality of tho corn crop in the country great fox hunter, boon friend of Col. unconcious. is that the farmer either la not familCoon After Chickens The place he was assaulted Hwas so Jack Chinn and the best type of the iar with the best grades for seed, or is sportsmen who have made the old com dark that he could not tell whether the careless in the selection of the seed. Those who attend the meeting April Brought Fusillade of Shots In.City monwcalth famous. He was a mem' men were white or black. He was ber of the National Fox Hunters' Asso within a very short distance of his15 will have the opportunity to learn In Larly Morning. ciation, and was a breeder of fox home at the timo and was able to staghow to do this from experts, who have hounds famed all over the country ger in with blood flowing from his made life studies of growing the best People living in the central part of Capt. Walker was an uncompromising scalp. Sheriff McCarty and other offcorn by selecting the beat seed. The the city were startled about 3 o'clock farmers of Lincoln are keeping up with Monday morning by a number of revol- democrat and led his party to victory icers visited the scene of Dalton's asthe procession of progress In the State, ver shots which rang out on the still in many a hard fight It was his wish sault, but could find no clues, nor could and It Is believed that a largo number morning air. Visions of murder, ra that he be laid to final rest in the old Dalton give them any information that burying ground near his old home in might disclose the identity of his aswill be present to join tho Corn Grow pine and not ran through the minds of Paint Lick, and hundreds of sorrowing sailants. "Santa Claus" is now able Similar associations ers" Association. paterfamilias but it was friends gathered to pay the last tribute to be out, but shows the result of hard have already been organized at London none of these. of respect and love to his memory, as usage. with 200 members, Ml. Vernon with C5 Ben Wearen and George II. Karris member. Louisa with 75, Pikeville K were on!) repelling the nssaults of a dust was returned to dust. I'ainUvilla 100. i'restonburg 75 and lr- - coon upon the pens of fine Oppington Boon To Farmers inc t'5. chicken!, which are the delights of Mr. Coach Arrives Wearen's eyo. No, it was a Was Heavy Rainstorm Sunda- ycoon, but he was fully sustaining March Very Dry FOR LINCOLN FARMERS lat P. H lrn i..i i.l well-know- n counts, etc. Dr. Brown Returns From Philadelphia To Watch Jno. O. Reid's Case. Dr. E. J. Brown has returned from Philadelphia, where be was taking a special course," to take personal charge of the case of John Owsley Reid, who continues quite ill with typhoid fever. Dr. Brown has been the young man's family physician for years and Dr. who was here from Louisville last week to see him, advised that Dr. Brown be summoned home, as he could undoubtedly better understand the case than any other physician. Mr. Reid was not so well Monday morning. s, s g Tom Newland Comes. Back Home to Manage His Father's Big Grocery Store. Thomas D. Newland, Jr., returned to Stanford Saturday and accepted a position with his father, T. D. Newland, in the tatter's large grocery business on Main street. Mr. Newland has been ren-den- four-legge- d the traditional desire of either the hu- List Month's Weather Most markable on Record. Re- - The month of March. 1910, will go down in history ai tho mostrcmarkablo weather on record. The main features were that it was the warmest as well as the driest March that evcroccurred. The mean temperature for March, 19I0. was 54 degree, which is ll degrees above the normal. The previous high record was held by March, 1907, when it averaged 62 degrees, tho nearest approach to these was 50 degrees in March 1103 and 1903. The coldest March was 36 degrees, in 1906. The total rainfall amounted to 0.56 Inch, and occurred on the 1st, 5th and 20th. The normal rainfall for the month Is 4.72 Inches, leaving a deficiency of 4 2G inches. The next lowest record for rainfall in Morch occurred in 1889, when the inches. amount was 3 man or quadruped tribe for fat chicken meat Several volleys from all the available revolvers in the house dis abled his coonship, but it required sevhameral knocks on the head with mer to dispatch him, for it was feared that the coon was playing possum. Tho coon was the property of Spencer Jr , and made his escape some way in the night from his pen at the tatter's home. Hig-gin- s, To Wliip Ball Team in Shape To Win Championship Again. In Good Shape State Drug Inspector Is Said To Hav6 Found Local Stores. State Drug Inspector C. S. Porter, of Somerset, was in Stanford Friday making an official visit to the local drug stores. Ho carefully examined into the conditions in each, and though he did not make any report before leav ing, it is understood that he found things here in very satisfactory condi. tion. Mr. Porter has just been ap pointed Stato Drug Inspector under tho ant of tho late Legislature, and all who know him say that no better man for such a responsible placo could have been found. For manv years he was the leading druggist of Somerset, but has retired now and, ft is understood, will soon move back to his old home in Henry county. Bad Auto Accident In Shelby. A serious automobile accident occur red Saturday at Shelbyville in which Mies Clay Willis, youngest daughter of Hon. L. C. Willis, was probably fatal. ly injured and several others badly hurt. In attempting to turn the ma- chlno Miss Josephine. Willis, who was driving, backed it into a cut in front of the fair grounds. The machine turned turtle, and all the occupants were seriously Injured except Miss Elolse Mad-dowho escaped by jumping. Mr. Willis had two ribs broken. Arthur Long, the fastest outfielder in tho Blue Grass League, arrived here Saturday night to'take charge of the High School base ball squad and put them through a systematic and vigor ous course of training for a couple of weeks. The Stanford bojs arc going after the amateur championship of tho State again this season, and tho local fans believe that with the inside game which Long can teach the youngsters, they will be able to make a fine showing. Long will have the squad out for practice every afternoon after school hours. He intends to put the boys through hard practice work for a day or two, until ho obtains a thorough line on their abilities, and will then begin to make up tho team which ho believes the strongest that can represent the High School. The rain Sunday wet the grounds considerably, but it is believed that with no further precipitation, they will soon be in good shape for hard practice. HIGHLAND. Farmer are very busy plowing, gar- - with Welsh & Wiseman Co., in Danville, for a number of years, and has made a splendid reputation as a salesman. He says that he is very glad to get DacK to "Uod s country' once more, and is being given a cordial welcome by his many friends. In mentioning his leaving Danville, the Advocate ssys: Mr. Thomas D. Newland, who has been with thei Welsh & Wiseman Co. for ten years, has resigned his position and left for Stanford, where he will as sume the management of his father's store. His successor has not been choTobacco Beds Were in Danger sen. During his residence in Danville Mr. Newland has made many friends, The hardest rainstorm this year vis who will teg ret to learn of his depart ited Lincoln county and this section of ure, tie has line business instincts and the State Sunday afternoon, and came will doubtless make a fine success in his as a great blessing to tho farmers. It native town. began to rain before daybreak, but mer throw. Gov. Willson htfs appointed Prof. Ellsworth Regenstein, superintendent of public schools at Newport, as Superintendent of Public Instruction, to succeed Prof. Crabbe, who resigned to become president of the Eastern Normal School at Richmond. T. W. Vinson will be promoted to the chief clerkship to succeed J. P. Culbertson, who goes with Prof Crabbe to Richmond as bis secretary. Regenstein will continue plan .of Crabbe for the the State board ef examiners. He will conRockcastle Court. tinue T. C. Cherry, of Bowling Green, In the Rockcastle circuit court, which a democrat, on the board and appoint a is the'firat term there of new Circuit republican to fill the place that he va Judge B. J. Bethurum, the case against cates. Owen Turpln, charged with the killing of Bogie Phillips, was called and both Scholarships sides announced ready. The following stopped after a few showers, until about noon. About 2 o'clock in the afternoon, however, it began to come down In torrents and the downpour lasted for almost an hour. Farmers in this section have been greatly worried during the last week for fear that a hard drouth would spoil all chances for good crops this season. Tobacco beds were seriously threatened and work of every kind on the farm was tied up awaiting some moisture. In some parts of tho county it was so dry that the farmers were watering their tobacco beds by hand. No rain ever came at a time when it was peed ed more by the farmers. Ellsworth Regenstein Appoint. d State Superintendent Of Schools to Succeed Crabbe Wallace Singleton is showing up fine in his pole vaulting and can now get over eight feet. He has gone over five feet on the running high jump, with Ed Rankin a close second. In the dashes and 220 and 400 yard runs, the Stanford school will depend upon Wesley Embry, Mike Penny, Will McCarty, Thomas Bright and Lester O'Bannon for the principal work, and all are making good records. The high school boys are taking great interest in this coming meet and will be in fine shape to uphold the honor of old Lincoln. It is expected that they will gain some valuable pointers this week when Arthur Long, the crack Blue Grass Leaguer, who is to coach the base ball team at the school, takes charge of them. 100-yar- Commencement Plans Being MadelFor .Closing Exercises of Stanfo.d High School. Plans are nlready being made for the Commencement exercises of the Stanford High School, although the date is over a month off. Prof. Ireland has secured Rev. Dr. Everett Gill, pastor of the Baptist church at Danville, to deliver the baccalaureate sermon to the High School graduates. Other interesting features are planned which will make these Commencement exercises notable. Prof. Ireland is hopeful that he will be able to secure Prof. J. G. Crabbe, who has just retired as State Superintendent of Public Instruction, to deliver the graduating address. Record-Huffman. Lincoln Girl Wins Appointment as Clerk In Census Bureau at Washington Among the Kentucklans successful in securing appointment to the census bureau at Washington, as announced from tho capital, are Hattle Moore, of Lincoln county, and Horace L. Walker, of Garrard. Among tho special census agents for Kentucky nro Editor Henry Thomas, of Liberty, for Lebanon; Sidney Lovelace, of London, and James C Smith, of Somerset. Rockcastle Fair. At a meeting of tho stockholders of the ltockcnstlo County Fair AsbocIs-tio- n tho officers of 1909 were Granville Owens, president; B A. vice president; A. J. Haggard, secretary; J. W. Hutcheson, treasurer. R. H. Hamm, J. W. Tuto and A. E. Albright, directors. August. 17, 18 and 19 were numed as thu dates fur holding tho 1910 exhibition. Ya-de- n, Reaching The Top. In nny calling of life demands a vigor ous tody and u keen brain. Without health there is nosuccoss. but Electric Hitters i the greatest Health Builder the world has over known. It compels perfect action of stomach, liver, s und bowels, purine und enriches tho blood, tones ami invigorates tho who'o system and enables you to stund .,. .i.i ma )' work. "After months of Hulfermg from kidney irouoie, writes v ni. anerman, we., "three bottles of Electric Bitters made mo feel like a new man." 50c at Penny's Drug Store. Kid-nej- Forced to Leave Home. Tcrv year a largo number of poor sufferers whose lungs are soro and racked with cough, nre urged to go lo But this is costly and another chmntu t - " lmt(ir,.,. " aurn iiui "".. TharA'n" n " euro win you Lot Ur King 8 New uucovery at home "It cured me ot lung trou i.in ' writes W R Nelson, of Cala mine, Ark , "when all elso failed, and I gained 47 pounds in weight. Its surely tho King of all cough and lung cures." Thousands owe their lives and health to It. Us positively guaranteed Senator Bailey has announced that for Coughs, Colds, LaGrippo, Asthma, he has received assurances that before Croup-- all throat Bnd lung troubles 50c and $1; trial bottle free at Penny's adjournment there would be a vote on the Statehood bill. Drug Store. dentng, etc Rev. J. M.,Cook has been confined to his room two weeks with (Trip, but is improving. E. B. Austin remains very ill. Rev. George Thompson, of is teaching a class In vocal music at the Methodist church. Pastor Haggard Is being assisted by Rev. W. II. Morris, of Bethel Ridge, In a revival at the Methodist church. Considerable interest is being manifested in the service and it is hoped that much good will result. John II. Butt is tearing down hia old store room and will put up a modern building. O. G. Speaks U cutting lots of lumber with his new engine, recently bought of tho Thomas D. Williams has torn down his old houso and Is rebuilding. Miss Zora Baugh was called homo from Richmond, whoro she wus attend- -' ing school, on account of the death of her grandmother, Mrs. Lucy Baugh. Dudley Graybeal and Orostus Bryant, of Somerset, uro visiting relatives here. J. O. Terry bus returned to Somerset. Garr-ScottC- gentlemen were accepted as jurors: M. P. Bullock, G. W. Brown, Tom Mod Mullins, R. C. Adams, Henry Cromer, J. C. P. Myers, R. G. Bowman, Chas. Wilson. John Elder. Judge L. W. Bethurum and County Attorney S. D. Lewis are assisting Commonwealth's Attorney Jarvis in the prosecution, while Attorneys C. C. Williams and J. W. Brown are for the defendant. The Merry Widow Hat. Spring time has come, "gentle An nie," and Moiher Earth and her beautiful "flowers of nature" are clad in the different colors of the rainbow. It is almost too awful fo mention about tno Merry Widow hat; instead of get ting smaller this Easter, has grown to its fullest extent, containing a small "Garden of Eden." Oh, how long does the impatient, suffering humanity hope to endure thorn ? Tlm ara enough to keep thu poor, fallen man from tho house of worship, and the pleasure seekers from thu different play houses, und to drive the Ueimr to desperation to pay men" for them. Oh. why wore we not born with giraffe necks, so wo could overlook this monstrosity of a Considerable surprise was occasioned among their many friends when William Huffman, familiarly known to his An examination for graduation in the many friends as "Doc," and Miss Julia common school branches will be held In Record, secured license and were made White pupils pass- man and wife Sunday by Judge James my office May ing this examination will have the priv- P. Bailey. The groom is the popular ilege of attending either of the four butcher of Main street while his brjde Graded High Schools in the county, tu- Is the attractive young daughter of ition free. G. Singleton, superintend- constable Joe Record, residing near ent. Waynesburg. They will make their home in this city. To Graded Schools to be Awarded By Competitive Examination. 13-1- 4. Can See The Comet. It's The World's Best. .!.., "-- "" kmui No one hits ever mado u salve, ointment or balm to compare with Buck-ten- 's Arnica Salve. Its the one perfect nuisance? Will G. McKlNNfcY. healer of Cuts, Corns, Burns, Bruises, i Sores. Scalds. Bolls, Ulcers, Eszema, Salt Rheum,. For Sore Eyes. Cold Sores Q. & C. Excursions. and Chapped hands, or Sprains, It is suThe first excursion of the season via premo. Infallible for Piles. Only 25c the Queen & Crescent Route to Cincinat Penny's Drug Store. nati will be operated Sunday, April 10, Martin Welch, eon of Mrs. Lucy 1910. Special train. For full .'particuWelch, of Danville, died in Denver, lars call on ticket agent, W. C. U. P. A, aged 34. Rine-arso- Haljey'a comet will be close enough to the earth in u week or ten days so that it can be seen .through the telescope. The comet was visible earlier in the season, but since that timo has receded from the earth, passing near the sun, but is approaching again on its outward journey. In tho middle part of April the comet will be visible til, the naked eye just be foro suqrise. During the Utter part of April It can tie seen two hours bo- fore sunns ntvl on .May lt the comet From that can be seen In the evening time on it will gradually dnoppnr. On May 18 tho comst will be 14,000,0001 mils from tho earth Kills A Murderer. murderer is Appendicitis with many victims. But Dr. King's New Life Pills kill It by prevention. They gently stimulate stomach, liver and bowels, preventing that clogging that invites appendicitis, curing constiA merciless Mrs. Borders Dies in Arkansas. News has been received hero of the death at Ogdcn, Arkansas, of Mrs. Mary E Borders, on March 23, at tho age of GO, her birthday occurring the day Her body was before her demise. brought back to her old home in Garrard county for bur's.'. Shfl leaves a son and n daughter, W. C. Borders, of Ogden, Ark., and Mr?. Lottie Frister, She had beep of Mantfleld, Louisiana. blind for five yeiw before hor death but bora her allllation with fartltudo and was ready to go. Night Policeman. n, pation, headache, bllllousnew, 25c at Penny's Drug store. T. M. Aldridge has been appointed Night Policeman for Stanford by the City Fatherr, who believe that It Is just as necessary to have a guardian to watch over the welfare of the people chill. during the midnight hours as It la In the daylight. I ..lBr,,t..l...,l,T4 iffj C"' yW'1 ''""'VWiffiiifrifrTv '"''" i s.sw 'iiji mi mi hi v,y..4syjjfrpw CXOB TWO THE INTERIOR JOURNAL", STANFORD; WAYNESBURG. ICY."' APRIL 5th, IPtoV The Ihterior Journal. Established 1872. THE WARPIELD, BI. Tr.ttJl. Hon, MoKlnney King Eagle, Jr. Pedigree Sired by S.T.Hsrris' King Eagle Vol. 6 A. S. H.R.No. 2556, he by Royal King 2555; he by On Time 745; he by Stone wall Jackson 72t Royal King's lit dsm Mollie Mount 2584. was bv the noted sire Cancell's Lenngton F. S. King Eagle's tit dam Hip J579 she by Eagle Bird 1014, lie by Old King Eagle 750. 2d dam Red Lion, 3d dam I larria Den. I matr he by Miller Denmail 45,4th dsm by Jim liell. King bagle It a lit dsm wai Mollie Utrn-noshe byOld Drennon, 2nd dam Coppet Bottom and runs back to Davy Crockett, ihoroiigh bred. Nole. King Eagle is five yean old, datl bay with one white hind loot, nice ma.ie and tail. He stands full 16 4 hsnds high, weight 1,425 lbs. and well proportioned in every way. A combined stallion with plenty of ipeed, style and action, and his colls show that he is a fine breeder. He had colli lo come tail Opting that the owners refused $150 for before weaning lime. He will mate the season ol 1910 at out barn, one mile west ol Waynesburg on Hthmg Cterk at $10 to inture a living coll. Mares trsd-ed- , parted with or bred eliewhere without my content forfeits the insurance and the money be. comes due at the time ol luch tiantactmn. Care will be Isten lo ptevenl accalenti but not tetpon sible should any occur Will also stand a GOOD MULE JACK. SAMKEENE. sited by S. T Hams' grrsl Billy Keene and out ol a pedigreed jennet. Ssm keene is 14 -2 hands hichi black with white points. 1 le hai proved himself to be a good bleeder. Will stand at 8 to msure a living colt. A ben tetalnrd on all colts until the scaton money is paid, R. F. D 4, WAYNESBURG. KY. Phone in residence, Waynesburg Farmers Et. A little daughter has arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hcndrick Hayes EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY to bless the union of that happy young At $1 Ter Year In Advance. couple. Mr. Grubbc, of Hustonville, and Miss Publisher Hogue, of Kings Mountain, were made 6H ELTON SAUFLEY one at C. C. Gooch's by Rev. J. A. SinEntered nt tho Post OHlco nt Stan- gleton, Sunday. Mrs. Bertha Gooch, wife of Mr. John ford, Ky., as Second Class mall. Gooch, died Monday, after an illness of several weeks. She was a devout member of tho Double Springs Baptist HARVEY HELM HON. church and wra loved by all who knew of Lincoln county, la n cnmtldnte tor for Congress from the hlgbtli her. After funeral services at the alstrict, subject to the action of the party church by Rev. R. R. Noel, the remains were laid to rest in the Wnynesburg demo-cratl- editor of tho cemetery. The winter oats crop is an cntiro Record, and Adjutant General in this soction of tho county, all Gov. Beckham, still Insists that failure under tho having been frozen out. Judging from McCreary is the logical man for beds that have been sown democrats to nominate next time the tobacco county, there will bo a larger of tho very few leaders in the over the and one weed planted than last party who can defeat O'Rear, who acreage of that year. A good many of our farmers aro seems certain to win the republican arranging to raise broom corn this o Gen. nomination forJIGovernor. McCreary year. started the boom for T.J. Burclson, our popular pottmas-ter- , several months ago, when certain inhas moved the postofTico to the to make a terests were trying now building just completed. race of it for Congressman Den Johnson Mrs Harry Jacobs, of McKinncy, Gen. Lawrence well urges that the law, Mrs. Balim, visa man upon and her sister-idemocrats must select ited Mrs. H. H. Singleton. whom all the factions can unite, and Arthur Davidson and wife, of for whom no apology need be mada visited tho family of Hayden candidacy is mentioned. whenever his V. D. JohnReynolds, at this place. In tho latest issue of his paper, he son and daughter, Miss Laura, of says on the subject: Klnga Mountain, attended tho burial of "Tho democruts of Kentucky might Mrs. Bertha Gooch. Rev. R. R. Noel, as well look the conditions in the face Is visiting old friends at exist if they would redeem the of Stanford, that year. this place. He delivered an excellent State from republican rule next discourse on Missions at the church on The State is democratic, but party harmore loosely than In former Tuesday night. ness hangs days, and unless some man is nominatMrs.'Geo. Chinn Dead. ed for governor who is clean and honest, nnd against whomlnothing can be said, and in whom the people have abAfter an illness of only two days of solute confidence. Judge O'Rear is sure pneumonia and heart trouble, Mrs. Geo. to be the next governor of Kentucky. P. Chinn, wife of G. P. Chinn, former The people have over a year to profit warden of the Frankfort penitentiary, by the mistakes of the past winter and and son of Col. Jack Chinn, died at her redeem tho party from impending per- home in Harrodsburg Friday. Few peril, and if wise judgment is exercised, sons were aware of her illness and the personal preferences laid aside, Hon. announcement of her death was a great James B. McCreary will bo the nomi- shock. Before her marriage to Mr. nee for governor by acclamation. And Chinn several years ago, she was Miss there are many other men who can Carlisle, of Jessamine county. Besides win. but the best man for the place her husband, she is survived by two juit now is Gov. McCreary, and no de children lay should be experienced in uniting upon him and making him the stand- Henry Lawbence, Cadi Law-renc- run-awa- y n Park bay stallion. It hnnds, foaled 111, IPil. hrl nt Villon farm, Kant Anrnm N. Y. Hired hy liare Devil .o. chain horse show winnings, he won pionstups, rtaiionni noriennnw, nrai unm Naughty HIM by Itxx Amerleun Ztttm, four years old, record T.ll,l$. aire of American llelle, three year, record 1 Its mid others In J) list, n ion of Onward till record I aft',, Ire of onuard HllvertlinWnnd ITS other In (in want was sired ly Urn. Wilka imp. Hee I mm Puerma aired by Mamlirlro King IffS, sire of hi Including of the Manor 4H', third dam Dot let lijr Nutwood record J is mi aire of I'm In sa Mat. rourth iln in Top a i liy Htrnthmore io ajre of l In tM Hat. Klfth dam Wlllanl I it Alhlon. alxth Pnm Ned by Kdwln Korett, aenili fjidy Turner by Mnmhrlxo Chief II The Warfleldlsun extra high class horae, not afraid of nnythjng.n hlgnnclorntid na well broken Ha any horae In nnd out of the stable, has ii good coat nnd enrrlea nice head nnd tall, till I n aure trotter, he atenpid a inllii l. The Wnrlleld la a In Wditys handling. truly made horae, of grnnd Individuality nnd bred In llnea thnt entitle htm tolm-onin street note seeing that lirlin aon of the rare horae frent !VII Jim, the nnd faumiia d I'rngenltor latter enrn. the title of tho "Monarch of tho homestretch, while on the turf, nnd after retirement to the stud nciillred ltuerlahnble renown aa M aire. Not only have the Hare Cevlla proved great rnce horaes but -the family bna furnlahed mnny noted show- ring winners aa well as Dare Devil and Mnbrlno King both champion show stallions of National fume received morn money In the show ring thnn any two stallions in the world. Will make the preaent seanon at our farm one mile from McKlnney, Ky nt lift to Insure a thing colt. Will nlo stand good black Jack Ilrlgand Young aired by l'.rlgnollert ho runsluirk to llrlguolleron lioth sldea. Ills colta sold for more money than any Jacks In Htanford He Is 15 bands: atnnds well on his feeti n sure foal getter. He Is perfect In e ery way. H. M.OWKVrtAHOV, F to Insure. M'Klnuey, Ky. AUK KT. I'roucrtr of 8. M. Owana A fn knit nmzZLilimY k v a'lY'tr1,r'rwTEiE3lR5t t I.llt. A l. be-In- g - .JaJtaja 1 IPWaKvlsaB7tr C. G. CALDWELL OX SON .yTRAGOOQ y, Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns. J, L.Beazley&Co., iv EXTRAGOOD. thing extragood in our stock it is our Hue of childrens' and young mens1 suits. Your boys will look like these pictures if you you allow us to dress them. Blue Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, St); Otllce. M. pajBsjr jf, PiMffc 'sV' j I The Insurance Man, That tells the tale, if there is any- STANFORD, KY. Residence I'bone Insure with mo and be fully protected. J. C. McClary, XaTlXiri l- UndertaKers and Embaiir Altxi Dealer in They will exchange Furniture for til Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Price flight. en. - (n. - STANFORD. - KENTUCKY - Fish & Pennington, Undertaker. Embalmor and Ooalerln Harness. Saddlory, STANFORD, Ofrtee Hnone. Serges and Greys of course you know are the real things this time but we have also a few with tints of Brown or green. Knickerbocker trousers with every suit. Sizes 4 to 17 yeare any prick $3.50 to $10. t" f ard bearer for the next State contest. Vietnrv would be sure and the State would have four years of prosperity aid on administration which would nnet tho approval of every citizen." Current issues of the Mayfield Messenger, the Benton Tribune-Democrani the Smithland Banner, all publish ed in the Oihralter of democracy, the First district, also come out strongly for McCrearv for srovernor. Beat Board Bill. Clyde Estes, of Kirksville, Madison county, was lodged in the county jail to serve out a fine of fj and the trimmings assessed against him in the police court here on the charge of beating a board bill. Complaint was made against him by John D. Horton, proprietor of a res- Insurance and Real H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. all KY- , I7. Home l'done Estate. Ail. kind of S. D. CARTER, Now Livorv INSURANCE ou taurant here. A Good Man. Red Light. old, 10 Red sorrel horse, 4 years hands high, extra weight and bone. Sired by famous roadster and sire, Red Leaf, who is too well known to all horsemen to need description and nedlgree, he bv C. F. Clav 2:13, 1st dam by Red Wilkes, Red Lights 1st oam was Day Maid by Cecilian 2:30 son of tho great Gambetta Wilkes: 2nd dam Nell by old Ualsora, 3rd dam NoonJayby St. Elmo; 4th dam Midnight by Pilot, Jr., Sth dam Twilight bv Lexington; Oth dam Darkness by Wagner. In offering the services of this promising yountr stallion we feel safe in 8 ay ling that with his size, style, form, speed and action that he is bound to prove a great slock horse. Willstand at my livery barn in Stanford at $15 to insure a living colt, money due when colt is foaled or mare parted with. He sure to see mm before breeding your good mares. G. G. BEAZLEY, Stanford, Ky Depot Street, Phono 00. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, kintte of property Only the largest companies represented. Rated us low an can be had auy where. K O. L. lVnnv R. II. Ctllcy V. l fVJemati Ws Stanford, Ky., Phone 200. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! I can furLlsn the public with the best, as well as the freshest of cut flow ers, plants of all kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short notice. Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes. In connection with the above, I hare all kinds of vegetables on band at reasonable prices. CiIRlHTMAXtiKKKN HOl'HKH. Kl HUHIlAHIl, THOU. Htanford, Ky. I Dr. Hess' of Poultry Panacsa ( ; J As a contender with Ben Johnson for the democratic nomination for governor, Rufus Van Sant. the wealthy lumberman, of Boyd county, is being mentioned. Van Sant is ambitious politically. He has long been a power in the mountain country in democratic fights. He is intimately associated with John C. C. Mayo, the Eastern Kentucky millionaire, who despite continued reports to the contrary, has no ambitions in a political way, and is only interested in politics for his friends. Van Sant and Mayo believe, it is said, that with the; former as the dempcratie candidate, Judge E. C. O'Rear will not go out after the republican nomination for chief executive. Frankfort Journal. Burgin. Kentuchy. ol Auctloueers, lllilcugo. Hint huve bad In the big cattle sales nt the Union stock Yards. Chicago, where wn sold sonic thoroughbreds as high as HAD. Also In horsu sulfa where (0 sales were made ench day. Auctioneering Is a science nnd I liae studied It with this iden. Hee or phone me before ou arrange tor our snle. 1 can make sales to) our udantage. rilONKJS-I am n graduataof Jones' National Hcbool Fruit and Ornamental Trees 1 CONCRETING "We are In position to do oil kinds of such as Mock Work, lnvenients ana, inmci, wo can iiiaaeany ininic iroui bouse down ton fence lost We can serve s you promptly and guarantee worn ana material, unu anu K" our prices before you buy your material ut least, flrat-clas- Will imike hens lny, euro them (1 ninl keep them in good thrifty condition. The increase in the number of eggs laid, will more. than pay for the Mimll cxiwnfc ol feeding. It U old nt Penna- Drug Store. - Everything for Orchard, I jiwn and durden. One Million Htrnwberry pluuts, free Catalogues. No Agents. PEININY'S DRUG STORE, H.'F. Hillenmcyer & Soni, I.ni.NoTOM, . Kentucky. Stanford, Kentucky. Obituary. On February 20, 1910, little Ada Rue, daughter of Mr. and the Mrs. S. S. Elmore, fell asleep in Jesus. Death is always a sad visitor and none but those .who have had to submit to this ever unwelcome guest can realize the bitter pangs of sorrow that follow. Loved ones find comfort and consolation in the thought that you will some day meet her, a shining light in that beautiful city of gold, where pain and sorrow are unknown and where family circles are unbroken and praises never end. Little Ada isjsleeping the sleep of thi Innocent, awaiting tho resurrection Harry Jacobs, Dealer In and Manufacturer of,' PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. BBBSSSBSBSBBS&BSSSeR Almont Dare 3228. Marble and Granite Monu- FARM FOR SALE! la for aule frovd,well watered and fenced,Htanford In seven tulle from ments, My farm of IiT acres of cood land, well Ini !J A. S. H. R. ft II I f r, Sired by Dignity Due 10, he by Black Squirrel 58, he by King William 97, lit dam Toiaway 4768. abo registered in Vol. 10. A. T. H. R. She Ly Abdillth Msmbrwo 3715. he by Almont (33); 2nd dim Lady Davis by Oil Davis, by Dour-bo- o Chief; 3rd dsm Maine S, by Foreign Light, by Foreigner, by Imported Clenco; 4th asm Bet-ti- e C, by Cunningham's Copperbottom; 5th dam by Imported Buusrd. NOTE. Almont Dsie, so Ur as we are able Io discover is the fust horae on record having lo his credit the honor oi defeating with his own morn. Since progeny those oi his sue, Dignity Due, nc DTK Became a sire ne nas naa irons io O.ily a few short days ago, premium colts shown each year at the dJfcreot So full of life and love, county lairs and they are developing into a fine Taken from those who loved her so, lot ol walk, trot and 5 galled ones. This hoite is the lesult of a Lfelonz mating For a home in Heaven above. with the best dams and sues obtainable, and as a natural lesult The portals of Heaven hale opened is a fine korie, beautiful bay, about 16 hands, To admit another little soul, and made fat, would weigh around 200 pounds. show horse among champions, fully ther Another beautiful life has ended, peers, going 6 distinct saddle guts all fast, true 1 It now hasreached its goal. . 7 r i i i nu naiurauy extremely iingn. sa inign lauru He is a lull brother to that walk-trone. geld, We know 'tis hard to give her up, log Ndtltton that sold at a 4 year old for S3.. Bit all must drink the bitter cup, 600, and to Tiosy Dare that has woo more Your darling with her curls and eyes thsn any mare ever sired by Uigtuty Eremiums of brown, a list ol others too numerous lo menIs u jewel in the Savior's crown. tion. This horse, owing lo age and location, will male the season at our sialic, 2 I -- 2 miles Why weep o'er those who have gone from Hustonville on Hustonville and Liberty pile. io u fairer worm man mm, . ai u io insure a live con. mates tnuiea or Neither sorrow nor pain doth roum, bird eUewheie tenders season due. Crass in In the Elyslan fields of bliss. abundance at $2 pes tnoulli. Out personal at. tcruion to all sloes, but will not be responsible Oh. grieve no more loved ones, foi accidents, CoiicspondcBce and best of all That your darling is no more, Marker and Posts, Oemetery and Lnvtn the May wood section, llouaehaa six rooms. Voaetand Hetteei. Ottlce and works, Mc- New barn and other neoessary outbuildings. Klnney, Ky, A burguln If sold nt once. J. T. LIVINGHTON. Due 1982, he by Chester It. P. 1). No. I, Htanford, Ky TO THE FARMERS. s r 'j n ' 1 wllleontlnua to handle Fertilizers lnthe Jumbo and McKtuney sections ami ask my old patrons to remember me. I also ask the patronage of many new customers. D.C.HIPl'LK. Loudon, Ky, Js J. BELDEN, Spring & Summer Stocks For bouse, carriage and sign painting decorative paper bunging also buitgy trlminlnn ol all kinds such as top recovered curtain and boots made, HtopoverAldrldue'i black smith shop West Main Ht., Hlanford Ky., Phone No.Jf. J J.11KLDEN. 3? a f ? S -- I i Havfl'your measure taken by a tailor of ex perience. Then your clothes, w hit her a low price ousiness suis or me uiiesi evening olotbes, will have that Individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure. I will also tuke your measure for extra trousers, fancy vests, ton I desire to sell privately my dock of Grocoats aad overcoats. Hprlng and Hummer ceries and Hurdware. iJolng a good busisample ou nana reaay ior your inspection ness. Will Invoice about ItMO. Iteasou 111 beaith. H.O. HUPUCY. The Tailor, GEO. D.lIOr'l'KU.Htantord.'Ky. Htanford, Ky. Stock of Merchandise for Sale, I I 5 R. B. MAHONEY, Vns. J. T. WHITE, Scc'y. W. S. FISH, Treas. The Citizens Realty and Title Co Farm, liousea nnd lots for rent, Kilo'or exchange. sales or mirchnscu iu realty of nil kind. When You Have V 4 Persons deairingqmok Cull ou or To Boll Call . ' write us at STANFORD, KY. Ii. . im. B. She l On the bright, eternal shore. with her Savior, inspection invited. E.S. POWELL I & SON. -- A, I. 11. HUaWitTlawCs) Tj Promptness and Reasonable Commissions Our Specialty. 'Phone 200. tL Northcott, i SUnford, Ivy. 'Phone 153. THURMAN If. TUDOR, Manager. riiafli ii Tift Million -- . 3 (APBIIi 5th, 1910 . u 8 TIIE INTERIOn JOURNAL', STANFORD', Ktf. j a qE TIDIEB f 5U?? - f f Mi. snow you " . iVo. .705 No. 1010. No. 7996. No. 3932. Finer '& V jvcivc . few styles of inuslid underwear just recceived and placeJ on sale. Lei us show you these goods, look at the material the workmanship and then the reasonable prices. goods up to $2.50 per garment. -'- "- SEVERANCE & SON, Nrnnixs, Bobbins and Shuttlos for Mu George D. Weaken got In Friall sewing machines at Penny'i Drue day for n few days' stay at home. Store Mr. and Mrs. J. H Hauomman have S.roturncd from a fortnight's stay nt PERSONALMartinsville, Indiana. William I.iluhd, of Junction City, Mrh. I.. K. Cahi'ENTer, of Williams-por- t, spent Sunday at Crab Orchard. Maury, of Pn , and Mrs. G. I Cko. I). Florence was in Crab Or- Maple Grove, Ohio, arc guests of their chard on local butlncsi Saturday parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Mcncfce J. W. Acey went over to Richmond Mr. and Mrs. Maury have recently reon butineaa Saturday. moved from Joplin, Mo., to the liuck-ey- e Misa Lalla Hookii Nuckou. of Stato to make their homo. I.ouUvllle, is tho guett of tho Miwoi Miss Mary IHcginh, of Somerset, Collier at Crab Orchard. was tho guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. SnuOAiia and little ton pent several days last week with her Mrs. W. II. Higgins, here Sunday. THE Ladles' Aid Society of tho Chris-tlafather at McKlnncy. church will meet with Mrs. C. K Mrs. Ovib I'liiLurs. wlfo of the pop-ulTate Tuesday afternoon at - o'clock. postmaster at Liberty, is the guest Tho C. W, U. M. will meet In the lecof hersUtcr, Mrs Pl Wilkinson. ture room of the church at 2:30 o'clock Mrs. J. S. Campiiri.1. and her litllo Wednesday afternoon. daughter nro visiting friends In i. Hev. Kout and Alfred Kciscr, of Louisville, spent Sunday with the home-folk- s. Judge John N. Menefke. Jr., Is Mr. Kout has a splendid posimaking preparations to attend the an- tion with the Sewer Commission, whl' nual conclave of tho Shrincrs at New Mr. Kciscr is bookkeeper for the Utlca Orleans this month. Iron Company. Q U. JONDS, of Yosemltf. and J. K. Stanford sent a large delegation of Colfey, of Middlcburg, were In town Christian Endeavors to Crab Orchard Friday. The Utter was accompanied Eighth District C. by his pretty daughters, Misses Myrtle to take part in the H. Convention Saturday and Sunday. and Sabra. Th following attended, headed by the Mn. and Miis L. It. Huciihs. of Rev. D. M. Walker, of the Christian of Stanford, were with Mrs. Hughe' churchMisses Josephine Carpenter, father, F. L. Thompson, utvt family, Mary Shepard Cook, Kate Anderson, Suuday.-- Mt. Vernon Signal. Gertrude Wilkinson, Hess Hubble, Lyle Miss Julia McGoonww wn chosen Cooper, Klizsbeth Uaughman, Allio Van. to be Queen of the May Carnival by tho tis, Lizzie Holtzclaw, Bess Hill, Paustudents of Central University at Dan- line Hockcr, Hessie Yantis, Anna Warville. She is the attractive daughrer ren, Ilernie Lear, Emma Hays, Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert McGoodwin Maggie llibb and others. -n Lon-dor- Stanford, Kentucky. Barn Lumber For Sale , Mrs. C. M. milliner of Highland, Monday. Yoitno, the progressive was in thu city ! L. It. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin I You Are Always Angry When your shoes do not fit. I You Will Always Smile if you will let us fit you with a pair of Oxfords in Queen Quality, Red Crow, FOR THE LADIES OR 1 Boston Favorite 120.000 feet of Boxing, Sheeting nnd rrnme Lumber for Barn Pat ner terns, which I will sell for cash or W. C. Tuckbr went up to Mlddlcsbc-r- o trndc for Corn, Hay or good Horses Mondsy, where ho wilt probably lo- and Mules. Prices on this very rea- -' sonnble, for I want to self. Write cate. me nt once. Respectfully, MM. C. 1. llARVEILLEanddaughter, C. J. Sii'PLE. London. Ky. of Goldfleld, Nev , are with her mother, Mrs. Dr. Steele Dailey, at the St. Millinery Opening at Highland. Asaph. Owen Shugars and sister, Miss MagEveryone Is Invited to attend my Mil gie Shugars, of Lancaster, stopped o(T linery Opening Thursday, Friday and here on their way homo from St. Pe- Saturday, this week. The nicest line tersburg, Fla , where they have spent this Spring that I have ever carried. the winter. Mrs. C. M. Young, Highland. The young people had adelightful inBest $1 watch in the world at the formal dance ot thu opera house Saturday night, at the conclusion of some Country Store. time spent in skating. Preparations Dress Making and sewing of all arc under way for A more pretentious kinds done by Miss Mary oiler, at J. hop nt some time in tho near future. F. Cummins' residence. Satisfaction A. N. Taylor, of Augusta, Kansas, guaranteed. is the guest of his sister, Mrs. S J Otm irpflnt Imv Tirlm man 1ft ftftll nn Hell, on Green Kiver, near Dunnvillt , and we're still selling everything below S. Gold Casey county. Mr. Hell met him hern cost. Better come quick. and drove him through Mr. Taylor ia stein. a Kentuckian by birth and has dorc I have made a change in my buggy well in tho Sunflower State. and implement business and all who The Literary Society of tho Sixth owe on account that Is past due will Grade of the City School entertained please call and settle at once. Also its friends Friday afternoon with an all notes that are due and past due Interesting program. Willie C. White must be paid at once. E. T Pence. is president of this grade's society and La dies, don't fail to see those suede Ella Eichenberger is secretary. There was a largo attendance, eclipsing that Oxfords in gray and blacks. Prices, of any other grade's entertainment ex- $3 to $3.00 ut Cummins & Wearen s. cept the Seventh grade, which ia still s of Indiana For Sale. Two in the lead. and Illinois draft mares, and one carMit. Samuel Dwiess, of Louisville, load of Western marcs, all young and Is the guest of his sister, Mrs. Jean some in foal. J. II. Baughman, StanWarren. Mrs. G W. Goodrich has re- ford, Ky. Phvne 40 turned to her homo in Stanford after n .?visit to Mrs. Alfred Coulter. Mr. 11. S. C. B. 'Leghorn eggs for sale. E. Gann, of Lincoln county, has accept- Best laying strain. Write or phone Mrs. ed a position with Mali an & Adams. It. L. Berry, Hustonville, Ky. 7 10 W. S. Denham, of Stanford, was in the The Stanford Fourth Grade team city yesterday. L. R. Hughes, of Stanthe College team by the score of Mrs. Allie ford, was here on business. Brady and W. Hill and children were with relatives 23 to 12. Batteries-- Ed In Stanford last week. Judge J. Hoyle Connett for College; Claiborne Walton Stone, of Liberty, afterspending a few and Hugh Iteid Foster for Fourth. i car-load- Mr. K. L. Tanner, of McKinney, was tho guest of his son, Harney Tan- Corsets. HUGHES, MARTIN nrrl 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 and back lines that have been brought out this season in the new sheath effect. We have them in all styles nnd sizes, long or short with high or low bust as suits cus tomer. This is a beautiful corset, made of imported Contils handsomely trimmed with wide 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-rustnb- & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Held apd Poultrij Fence., I We i days with Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo Crow PURK Plymouth Itock eggs. $1 for on East Main street, lefi yesterday for sotting of 15. Mrs. A. It. Nunnelley, Uakcr City, Oregon, on legal business Turnersville. Danville Advocate. Prop. J. W. Ireland, Wallace Singleton, Joe Hill. Mike Penny. Wm. LOCALS. Bledoe Bailey, Joe Embry and others saw the first ball game of the Lawn mowers at W. II. Higgins'. season between Central and Transvlva-nl- a at Danville Saturday; and Central Workmen con find tho best overalls, won, 9 to 1. shirts, etc., at the Country Store. have another car load of American Fence the strong est and best Try Bros. ...lllH.ll -- m W.E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. an Old Hickory wagon. Pence box of candy will be A given away to the holder of the lucky five-pound I number at the Theatorium Saturday 17 roUN'DS of standard granulated night. Every ticket sold this week bears a number. sugar, $1, at the Country Store. "Uncle Billy" Warrcn Is anxFeland Hughes, tfonof Mr. nnd Mrs. ious to get carpets to weave. He s Mack Hughes, and Miss Marjorio Lesnow 86 years of age, but can make ter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel ... T T 9 nnniiiUn atnnaH tfl lalll.. tho best of carpets. co, Tenn. Tho bride is 18 years of' Fresh-caugOhio river big fish nt m MHHHHHHI.MIMH Hanan, r Eclipse, Butler, pur Special FOR MEN. New Stock, jNew Colors, New Lasts. age. the Country Store today. ' Miss Mollie Melton, oged 34, died Fou Salk. Fow nico Buff Orping long illness of epilepsy and was Also eggs for hatching. after a ton cockerels. In the family burying ground, Mrs. W. J. Holtzclaw, Stanford, It. F. buried near Rowland, Saturday. She is surD. No. 1. vived by two brothers, Reuben and Joe Fishing tackle and base ball goods at Melton. rrt tho Country Storo. L. O. T. M, of Wnynesburg Hive The freshest wrinkles In neckwear at The will give an entertainment at their hall Cummins & Wearen's. .1. at that place Friday night, April 8th. I have a nico pen of thoroughbred Everybody Is cordially Invited. Black Minorca chickens for sale. Also settings of eggs. Mrs. W. II. Wearen. Here is your Chance to Get a Good Money Making BusiEverybody Is Invited. Como and see stylo and got prices on ness at a Bargain. the quality and my hats. Just across from Phillips' store. Miss Mary Phillips. The proirlflorofanlalillhtitlilryRii)d. In IjiiIiu ludlc luruUhliiKu ami ibo my iur to itaTe in Ougoies of quality, such as Colum- Htanforil delr Ht will it'll ontitt a tmrKitln, IntolCf bus, Mager and Brockway, at Pence If Ukuniiloncf. Htofklll JOPKNAL iilxnit Olllce to IWTBHIOM WE W. H. Have the Superior planter with both edge corn and flat dropping plates, also the Superior 1 -- horse, planters and fertilizers. These planters have been tested and give satisfaction. rse ... HIGGINS, Bros. tl.UU. Apply tor Information. IN Fact everything in Low Cuts. $1.50 to $5.50 Cummins&Wearen, u Jtiitm.rttu.-- Lmr - STANFORD, KY. g Thero will bo preaching at the Hall's MASON'S Gap Baptist church next Sunday at 3 s p. M. and 7:30 P. M. Rev. John T. iim-UncolnLoJaeSo.se K A A M will preach In tho afternoon. lu iiuitHl communication on men Jlrst ami locktntlu'lrliiil onmiiiu itreott, Htun- "Queen Quality" Oxfords hold lord. Ky. MtmU'ii oi tltrr lHle re T. us fit you tboir shape and style. Let He. Cummins & Wearen. W. T. Ahull, of" Winchester, was d of here last week and cold a Furuitmo aud Undertaking. granite brick to J. A. Allen, tho contractor. Pay Phono 'J8. n colorJambs Johnson, a NigktPboue 133. ed farmer ot the II aw log Fork wetter, .Stanford, Ktmtucky. week and km burM Friday. died MEET. Stanford, Kentucky. Hos-kin- t n CLEMENS HOTEL LSN. TITCETHBLE J, L. JSlkin, Pror, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Largo, ulry outtll rooms. OomnwrcUl travelers a specially. Hpell rats by or month. TB proprietor la a former Uo cola etinty waa mimI ul lrlud tbeukl . blM bu lUiptag lu nit town car-loa- W. A. TRIBBLE, So.,Hoatb.iltr.M. No. 3,Houtu No.H.Notlb.OjIV r. So.n.lOiWA.w, 10: Ham. No.H,Nortn,;W a, K. M. well-know- wk JOS. 8. RICE, Agent. lt ) L ha - . ' " HI niiiir"i'iiT?HlM"W" iiiTTr.WiM Ff?' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. I ;- - V FAOEFODR. . APIIIL 5th. till Iree (rem dlseaw. A XVs bottle smV 1 1 ration of medietas. For the treauaeat ot Blackhead aad other dteeue la turkeys nm Gapes, Ckelcrn. Rotip, illl,ethnte: form of poetry dl. llmbtrntck, drops In Burr tbodrtakie water keep A few fownasIHiyadv o wtta awwitne oemwiy to cars ana preTeei rr Car l refle1 i the standard poultry Shrfln iwlrof Hieworia. 11 M tu om mm; iui ou m aeuw SAVE YOUR FOWLS FAMOR'S DKPARTMIWT. Sheep Dip at Peace Brw.' flf Good One On "Uncle Dink." fori tf. There Is no harder workleg ceunly racial anywhere than "Uncle Dtak" Farmer, the county Jailer. When he has a gang on the rock pile he is net content to sit idly by and watch them make little stones out of large ones, but wields a heavy ham mer nimseii on the nig ones, and can do as much work as almost any two ordinary men. While out with a rock gang the other day he was pegging away with mighty strokes, when a couple passed in a buggy and stopped a minute to watch the work. Ono of them exclaimed, "My, what a bad egg that old man must be. See, they have him doing the hardest work!" "Uncle Dink" overheard the conversation and thought the joke on himself too good to keep. Elhteood sale. dale. from ld males hand Fivs good B. D. J.E. colts Bruce. keeend bufrglcs for Bourbon -- Poultry-Cur- e Bnq pmtwm rwmttr nwd lor I km vba . its, HAS f NO EQUAL- W.w.R!iMi,ltikliTl1l(Kr.,iirt "I i Mi r. pt n.. p..t. .v-tMUifickkUen . -- m Manafactnrad I oalyby Clr Bourbon Remedy Co., Druogl.t. 60o por Bottle. r.ri it im nni iiuuicrarT rein toy s.J Cspts." . farntarlr ... nitr .... i m ..,... t raitra minarsxu of OKsees ire. IT m BoittM ranllrr IJi It urt ntt lot Ckolttt s4 UaibtrMck,n r. ra AtAllLaarflnf i33E,, v. s.fraa. a.. Trial Vial Sold Hr 51IUGAR5 and TANNER, MR. FARMEtl: Make your home ns modem for your family as a city stsidence, and nlncc yourself in a position to get tlio latest market quotations at any time. Thiscau be accomplished by means of our telephone service, 'sbich you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with 5le benefits received. Cull or address our nearest office or write direct to itadquarters, Nashville, Tenn., fpr information regarding our special "Far. seers' Line" rate. If you are not at present enjoying telephone service, we u immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and tile Southern portion of Indiana anil Illinois. EAST TENNESSEE TEL. A TEL. CO. (inronroBATKD) RURAL TELEPHONES. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ' STANFORD, KENTUCKY, !- - ORGANIZED IN J 882. plete outfit, $1. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. 100 dales of timothy and some clover v On the cvo of starting for his trainSURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. for sale. Mrs. F. B. Harnett, Huston-villing camp, near Los Angeles, James J. Ky. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 e, -S- O choice mules, all afr Several to matched teams. Phone 46. Jas. H. Baughman, Stanford, Ky. For Rent. House, garden ahd 10 acres to cultivate; ground broken. W. W. White property on Hinging Fork. W. F. Shomaker. 2t. J. D. Whltehouso bought of Wm. Cocanaugher, of Washington county, 31 1300 pound cattle at Sic. He also bought of Sam McDowell 35 cattle for April 15 delivery at 6Jc Advocate. For Sale. Pure Boone county white seed corn, $1.25 per bushel. See sample at Lincoln County National and First National .Banks. Also 15 bushels of cultivated hemp seed. S. J. Ernbry,-J- r and John C. Peoples, Stanford. Land Rollers, double-dis- c harrows and drag harrows, lloosier corn planters and all kinds of harvester machinery at Pence Bros.' The livery stable belonging to Weis- iger Brothers, on Fourth street near Main in Danville, and adjoining the new government building, was destroyed by tire. The loss is partly covered by insurance. Boy harness of a regular dealer, where vou can get quality. J. C. d y. For Sale Carter, Stanford.,, Falls to Death In Cincy. Ike Logan, a Lincoln county Negro, who has been working in Cincinnati for several years, fell down a flight of steps at his boarding house and was instant ly killed last week. The body was brought here for burial. Henry Logan, a brother, who is doing well In Indian apolis, came back to attend the funcraC If you own a Hyomei Inhaler, G. L. Penny, Stanford, will sell you a bottle of Hyomei (liquid), for only 50 cents. Guaranteed to cure catarrh and all throat troubles, or money back. Com- New York When yon buy a suit of clothes, get A Hereford male, two years old, sold Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety for $525 at the Fat Stock Show at Ft. Worth, last week. It pays to breed We" Solicit Your Account. Depoj'tt Boxes for Use of our Customers. thoroughbred beef cattle. Five hundred otemmcra, employes of the American Tobacco's plant in LouDIRECTORS. OFFICERS. isville, went out on a strike. F. Reid, J. H. Baughman. President;. I will stand my two good stallions, M D. Elmore, J. M. Pettus, S. T, Harris, George Hur and Jesse Alverson, and II. C. Baughman, . F. Cummins, two fine jacks this season. See pediJohn . McRoberts, Cashier; S. T. Harris, oo. C. Robinson, grees in Friday's paper. M. S. Baugh(I. C. Baughman, Asst. Cash'r K. C. Walton, J. S. Hocker. man. V. H. Murphy. W.W.Saunders.Bookkeeper. A Nicholas county tobacco grower t: Jeffries was attacked by a bull on his ranch, and forced to take refuge in a tree. Bob Armstrong, his training partner, was injured slightly while trying to drive off the Infuriated anl all wool at SAM ROBINSON'S, Stanford, Ky. styles, mal. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Hansford, Mr Sloan Eastland and "Slits Mary Helen Vanarsdall wercin an exciting run1 nay at Harnxlsburg. All were thrown from the vehicle. Miss Vanarsdall was very painfully bruised The others es caped with light injuries. SH0Es & oXF ORDS .1 I m Lincoln County national Bank Of- - Stanford, Kentucky. Surplus, Resources, HAYS FOSTkR. CLERK. Capital, $5O,O0O.00 43,000.00 340,000.00 of not-cuhas sold d and not stripped Burley crop for 1910 at $12.50 per cwt. I will sell court day at 11:30 o'clock, four good brood mares, work well. J. P. Chandler. It.. J. H. Baughman sold to It. L. Berry, of Hustonville, a pair of unbroken horse mules for $310. He sold to a Mr. Fowler, of Shelbyville, a par t, not-cured Amusement and Enter-tainme- n Every Evening. The Intent and be run of molng pictures at the Thenturfcim rlraies the grown lolks. delights the children ,VH picture every night. Onlr and HiKmil Okf.icmiuhii. phof Htanford, Ky - Shoes and Oxfords. Mens' and Boys Clothing. Quality and price suit everybody L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. draft mares for $500. W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, 3: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT) J. W-- l ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH J.B. PAXTON, H. C. CARPENTER. BOOKKEEPER Public Sale! I will sell The Markets. ... on Friday, April 8th 1910. at my place, the W. W White farm, on liarjRI g foric, tlio following: 2 DIREOTORSt V: 0. Walker, Stanford: S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter.Stanford John B. Foster, Stanford; W. H. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Ran- ' kin, Lancaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; W, H. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. H. Cummins, Preacheraville; Lilburn Gooch, Gilberts Creek. BEAU NABOTII. 45JXH. Lbt r jroten to lie the champion harness stallion ti Kentucky. lie has won over the best .1 tries that Kentucky has produced. Head o( !kVii and you will sea that there are no Better bred stallion In Kentucky than hols. If. jets combined horses, give )sn a saddle mare he w III get you a saddle a trotter mare, he will get oMSleblui a trotting colt, remember Bean Nubotn Jsevmblued, with more record families than H any horse in Kentucky, George Wllks Crctlouteri Ilamlltonlon and four crosses tU thoroughbred to give blm stamina. tf and SCO this horse be lire without sfaalt, be Is perfect from end to end. bis a.rr crops of colts cannot be excelled by say horse. Will stand at the Nunnelley 3owk Yards. JobnUook. caretaker, 'phone liest IXtbe1 15 personal care taken, T to insure all lug colt. J. M .I'KTTl'H, Htnntord, Ky, Taone Kings, Ilrst-olB- SXi by Hnmlltonlon 10, third clam Jose-jAta- e, sired by Monbrlne HtarllEht 8913 by Virlhay ill, fourth dam Mary Withers by 441 rer thoroughbred, lift ti Dam sired by Tragner, sixth dam sired by Imp Tronby, jwvrnth dam sired by Tbarnton's Itattler. Bsau Naboth Is a large horse standing IS Bamis and weighing condition 1,1) pounds. Waeu bo becomes acquainted with the oMiyot hl limited education ou begin to svante that he Is truly a remarkable harness million, t lint he must lie n great horse Is pro red by the onderful progress tbat he has uiaSe. With ery little handling he has .H', by Electioneer Jml WM record Jr aired by Metropolitan Mtoad dnm Lela Ilecord . U"4.IIcau 'Hied by Nabotb 10, TSakoth's tlrat Dam Nora Kaughman by 1S5. 3s 8 NOTICEI Thoe having claims against the estate of Sin. Jlelle lllce.deceased.wlll presenttbem SHrperly proven to me at once. Those ow-3- the estate are notllleil to settle with me tMswdlately. OKO. II. 1'lll'lTT, Administrator Mrs. Uelle Hive ! Administratrix Sale BLaivtoii,direuMMl, Aaliiilnlitriitrlx BATirilliAy.ArUILVtlMVIO. Dripping bprliiki atfeMlateresldxnee turn Selliiwlng. Btore of genr(tl merrliuii an with store tlturesniultocki'onlKtii n ismiuiik oi shoes, ijKihals. 6U) yards pair und nian otii.r Ibia KHinuii.eiou. lu mention. Also su liml ijiKM one comparatively uew, ulso ol lumber ot all kind- - u rml (tiioil work mules, one cow and g urlln ... Mitrr'l.uf oorn, 1 line range ih u sl, tends of wet.lot of farming Impi, . Orab Hunk wall, nlwi a shures In owingOrchanf int. the of inn Co All Mrtiiiii must JmN Hlngleton ili'i'vasedput lu Uann in will ijrorTerms maite ! ofu iavyer known an ln of snl, of the estate of Jessi N 1 Mill sulluu pr oi-iull- W' lv.r s Ifyoii havo unvtliing to fell in the first class work horses 1 brood mare, in foal by Almont Dare, I Jersey cow, 1 2 horse waeon,, 2 air new wagon harness, double Aeated surrey STOCK and harness, new rubber tire buggy lmimBmimdSJhaimimimlBjk aW and harness, spring wagon, Oliver Take to chilled plows, one double shore), one Ingle shovel plow lot of other good i farming implements, wire fence, corn, NunncIIcy's New Stock Yards hay, chickens, a lot of household and Mules Sell Well. kitchen furniture in first class condiII 'iifi s every day in tli tion and miny other things too numer t offer my services to the people of Lin 'SsasSSaS'sBBUssBHLilBBsr year except Sunday. Bring on Belle Poynter. of Somerset, sold a ous to mention, atlsfnrtlon coin county as an auctioneer. your rtock. Ilet iuarket in guarantee II. W, McWIIOllTBlt, pair of work mules for $300. Harvey .Sale beg'ns 10 a m. sharp. Moreland, Ky.. It. K, u. o. the htute with plenty oi MUS. MOLLIBK. hKAU, E. Stevens, of the same place, sold a Residence. Turnersvllle. t pair for $259, J. H. Eisley, of Lan iHil ami water J. P. Chandler, Auct. covered pem, o:ttid of LiuUrille or Iingt'iii. caster, sold Chas. Deane, Somerset, a STANFORD, KY. Wcnlso do it giMier.il hitch andjffed InnincM, pair of mules for 125. Court day at Georgetown good mules sold at $220 a W. L. M'CAirnr.I're. E. C. AVAIIOX, V.Pnr. L. It. iiUGin:s,s. AT head. One pair sold for $450 and anooto other for $520. Marsh Eads, of Monti-cellCarson's Restaurant Luncaster, Htre(t, sold to James Ragan, of the same Htanford, K This iiuicnlllcently bred vounu place, a pair of mare mules will make the season of IJId at mvstalllc u Meals served at all hours up to U:fl0 p. u. statiu for $350. W. W. Owens, of Long- - neiir Htanloril. Ky.,on the Hh.lby City pike Insure a living colt 1oii Varrlck Best place lu wn for a good quick street, Adair county, sold a pair of at 1S to beautiful chestnut short buck heavy lsl-t- a Stanford, Kentucky. meat. bone In fact the highest tyx of the trotter Cooking to suit our customers our specialty, mules at Liberty, on court day, for and perfect disposition, lie It by the great $281. Onward Hllter InV.i. that son the ( Bplendld new line ot fancy Transylvania Inn seven heat race In W1 Groceries. and tlie same year won the IICUM) llonner Hot Coffee, Sandwiches, pies. Buttermilk Jiomorini Him mo A), suu ,1 an ill urosen A Baneful Habit, heats and sold for Ituniaml later for CS,. and sweet milk, etc., at all times, Handled on Commission. Stocks and Bonds IU). Don Varrlck Is bred exactly like Hpau. Farius and Town I'rojierty t Queen that Trans; W. A. CARSON, .Sold. Ii you Havo Property to Bell or Kent Notify Us. The report of the Northern Kentucky Ish 1DM making awontbetMM) and wasIranta In record of 2:07 class of the big four, being the Teachers' Association on the results of ed as onemoney winner, ou the one of cirWrite for Circular to greatest grand cigarette smoking among tho younger cuit In Itin. Onniint HlUer I. by Onward, one of the boys, which is the result of one year's and bt'St sons o! (Jcorge Wilkes, was the dam of Director, the observation by the members shows that &reatest sire of that great family of trotters and of tho 688 pupils using tobacco, 151 had pneers, Don Varrlcks 1st dam was by EXCURSION U'llkes Hoy, bylleorge lost one year in school and 506 are from to The Way 2il&H,nnd Wllke. a full sistere half sitter to two to seven years back in their stud l'atcheii the dam of Itubber 2;10. Winchester MVt, Hilly Wilton titi. and i. In some schools, 50 per cent, have M Is. R. :;, 2ml dam Mary by Hogg'. Grey been in one grade two years or more. KiiKl" thorium or The Way and MaUlriie futttlen. The report points out many physical Don Varrlek'sdnm produced Dr, Conner u half the wrecks as the result ot the habit and that paredtrackpublic months mile on nnd In l:i?i Islington at IS requests parents to demand that no sold to N. W. Ilublnterof New Haten fur ll.OM, stitt also produced Handle lito, that Don't let 1010 jns without having hot uml cold water through your more cigarettes bo sold their sons. trotted a half mlleon the iuii trunk ut IS month, old lu 1(11 and sold for fi. Dun house villi u benutiiui ihito Vn 'rick Is fust Kitme nnd ulways on the Commissioner of Agriculture M. C trot.it-rrurely uverlenre. his feet. tuS Rankin has received crop reports from weeks lumdiliiK lust Kail b- - trotted n quarAND RETURN every county in the State, Tho hard ter on liulf mile tmrk In ai'v Hec. half In the outside of l.KHind the mile In freezes of the past winter and contin- - truck, l'h use note the rn h tnherttuuee of on both side., not a missing link for K. WAHNKH to install y.tir otuuitry wutor, works with Have uous drouth during March alfected the Ki'iierutlous In id lu l Ins fallow uiul juu four things breeder wheat and other cereals seriously. Thu cunt miss the illsiioiUliin, and loots. rcnixdinble prices yuid guuratitee. ooks fur site. prospects aro for tho largest acreage of !M'hliii btfnrv hooklnn lour mures. Krasoii e ulo carry in siy.k FORCE AND CJSTKUN I'UMPS; IJ.Kilitig and or mires (tobacco ever planted In Kentucky. Tho miine)to due when hors. un. p.trtyi Mlh Iih KlKllillg PlIlbtH. bred Mnis kept ut tw another all oar t.U.'ii, farmers' work has been advanced as per duy uiul forai'ukleiits or ii 'syllt notDim iwspou.lble and are i.- Telephone, isR. compareu wun previous years, n acIsa :te trultti l( in Ud ( irijdr MM count of thu extremely mild weather llUlldllllK o at same plaau will sliiml m Al-that prevailed during March Two MlftHty Jnclts Two, i.. I I'WtCHEHON,' (UIMoiiIi-black Jack wltb Utht iwluti, I 239; ApnU.-Cat- tle Receipts market steady; fair tit Rood ship pers 6. i5 to 8; common 3.DJ to 5 40 Hogs Receipts --v 630; market quiet; butchers and shippers, 10.95 to 11; common 7 to 10.10. Sheep Receipts 25; market steady, 3.75 to 6.65. Lambs-mar- ket steady and quiet, 6 to 9.15. Cincinnati, - UKf 1 Auctioneer! 1 U-s- When Hungry DON VARRICK Stanford Real Estate Co., . Prop. I I H L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford. Ky. Mud-len- I $1.52 SUNDAY Anru lutii kftct'iM Tinrjing, Plumbing, Heating. CINCINNATI 1 !', Porcelain Bath .Outfit. 'll spi-e- l n-r- sH-'i- d Vaj-rli- ' W. K. WARNER, ! ftlmudlerAuct TKrai'llAK HINUUU-'i- Ad.nx skaB . h.S AOMINISTrUTOfVS NOTICE ! 5H03K having claims against the es. ttastnf Geo. B. Saufley, deceased, are xotifed to present same to the i, properly proven, for payment. TstJt owle? him will please make sot-- t George L. aorat with me at Mraay. administrator. under-MCMt- iflj '0. A. M. AITIGUUB! aaiHI ' on. I H I SPECIAL TRAIN V Lv. AtK City 5:56 T1CKIT AGtNT rOR I H ltd AukusI, full Corn. Imported from Franco 10o7, foaled lust lilHfk Juck IS'i huiiila high with us I will stand my Uorntitfliurvd l'ollisl much llulth nnd iictlou usa horsu. und us u Hut li of equal of Buy will stand at the Nunnel ey breeder he 1. theserve mure, atjack. to Insure A n jus bullut niy plaui on Homunut Pike' Kleld selected, butted, tipped, lhllix und tin these lucks will Stock Yards Will let him servo u a ItvlUK colt. Trading the luuro forfeits the few mares at 815 to insure a living colt. insurance, I'arewitiiM) luaen io prtttent a IU). VJon.y due whuu cow known to Ixi traded for edge dropor niiy planter IIJS) responsible Not responsible for accident.. tin Will deliver at HtaniorJ, Ky . nest Mares accidents, but will not be bv cared forshould with calf or parte (roui any occur. Jennet, will uftor pastured at 82.50 per month. by private coutrueU June 1st. and bred WALTON K.MOH4. l. W. LOVKI.I., court day. W. O. WALKER. Phone 134 K V, WOODH, J It. WOO DM. Stanford, Ky. Stanford, Ky. laneasUr, Ky, IqO'. Sidi I Sidi 62761. yeui old lust H.pU'inlMir, l", luimls high heud und wr, ll set on Willi ii uiHU'lili-sn mult) licrk. has plenty UiiijmikIsiiIwIuihv nnd in n brwdur lie Is not surmssed, Stanford, Ky. RUSSEL with Hi; til oints, Polled Angus Bull Boone County. White Seed .' vwm ..hf 'iU- "- irrWj JRsVAIsVJ 'it