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' 1 NO.' 12 TREES TOBE PLANTED TRAIN CRASHES INTO LOADED COAL CARS INTERESTING FIGURES IMPROVEMENTS IN. MONDAY IS ANNUAL HORSE SHOW DAY. POOR MAN HAS CHANCE FOR OFFICE IN KANSAS BY SCHOOL CHILDREN Arbor Day to Be Appropriately Celebrated In Stanford Friday Afternoon. Arbor Dny will be celebrated nt the Stanford City School Friday, with appropriate ceremonies nt iho school this afternoon. Every grade In the school will plant a tree, which In future years will nffonl n delightful shade to the walk from the gate to the building. A Ionic crowd is cxicctcd to be present of friends nnd patrons. A feature of the program will lc the singing of toe new school sour. Kentucky Schools. written by retiring State Superintendent of Schools J. G. Crabtjc, by the High School. Previous to the tree plantings by each grade of the school, the Literary Society of the Fifth Grade, Miss Frances Adonis, teacher, will hold its open session, for which n very interesting program lias been arranged. Tins will begin at 1:30 o' clock, after which the grades will adjourn to the grounds for the tree planting, and after these exercises the base ball game will be played The program for the Literary Society's entertainment is ns follows- Roll Call. Rending of Minutes. President s Welcome Address Jesse i locker Chorus Bob White Class. Origin of Arbor Day Ado Mobley. Piano Duct Nellie W.Hill atui Ella Rigney Recitation 'The Woodpecker" Joe Wnmcr. , Vocal Quartette "When Robin SingV-Snr- nh Hundley, Grace Hurst, Hnrtwcll Shanks. Wrny Powell. Essay Uses of the Trees Jenn y. ON LINCOLN COUNTY RURAL MAIL SERVICE Fearful Wreck on L. & N. In Shown By Assessor's Book.. .In- Will be Pushed by Postmaster Blooded Equines Will be On Par- Writes M. G. Reynolds, Who Is ade And Great Crowd Expectcrease In Valuation of Nearly Florence Better Roads' And Whitley County, Witnessed Now a Prosperous Farmer In Four Hundred Thousand. By Local Man. ed In Stanford. Better Boxes Wanted. The Sunflower State. L 4 N ptissengcrtraln No. 24, due here at 4.10 o'clock jhursdny morning, wm badly wrecked at Saxton, about three miles this side of Jelco, Whitley county, about 1 o'clock In the morning, when It crashed inly a number of loaded coal cars standing on the main track. The pasengcr train was running at the rate of 40 mll-- i an hour and so fierce was the impict when it struck the coa cars the engine was smashed to smithereens and hurled down un embankment. Engineer Will Dalton was Instantly killed and a small child is dead, but by almost a miracle it seemed, no one else on the train was seriously Injured. E. C. Walton, of this city, was on the train, in a sleeper when he was awakened by the fearful crash, but luckily he escaped unscathed beyond a severe shaking up. Many on tho train were bruised more or leas, but none was seriously hurt. The train did not pass hero until It o'clock Thursday morning. Although the reports of the eight banks In Lincoln county show an ag- gregate of deposits of almost a million dollars, the reports made by the tax, payers of the county to the assessor. fall considerably under that sum, and go to show In a large measure why the tax levy of the county is as high as it is. Were the total amounts on deposit given in for taxation as required by the law, the burden of taxation would fall considerably lighter. According to the assessor's books, aj equalized by the county board of supervisors, the total amount of cash on hand In Lincoln coun ty is but $6,318, with a total of only $200,983 deposited In bank. Tho board of supervisors who have just completed their work and turned over their books to County Clerk Coop er msde a total raise on valuation of property in this county of about $400,- 000, in fact it is such a substantial raise that it is not believed that the State Board of Equalization will have the slightest excuse for sticking a fur ther Increase on when it considers it finally. The total valuation of all property for taxation in this county for this year is fixed at $6,6G6,63S. as against $3,280,782 last year. Some of tho items on the assessor's book, as equalized by '' First Ball Game Will Be PlaycdIHerc Friday After Under advices from tho PostofTico Department, Postmaster J as. C. Florence Is prcparlug to Inaugurate a campaign for Improvement In roadway conditions in Lincoln cou.ity and improve ment of the rural mall service, especially In the matter of mail boxes used by country citizens. He has been instructed by the department to inform himself of the exact condition of the various pikes and of the bridges. The official order on the subject says: "If you find that they require Improvement, you should present the mat-mIn the strongest and most positlvo way to the patrons and road officials, Informing them that improvements must be made as soon as practicable. If, after a reasonable time has elapsed, the improvements have not been made, or started, you will report the fact to this office in order that action may be taken looking to discontinuance of the service." Not a single resident of the county or official wants to see the rural mail service cut off any particular road on account of the bad condition of the highway, so that prompt action toward cr One of the largest crowds of the season is expected to be In Stanford Monday, which is court day and horse show day as well. Since the memory of man runnoth not to the contrary, April court day has been horse show day, when blooded stallions are brought to town by proud owners to be exhibited to the gaze of the admiring thousands who come to town. By mutual consent lower Main street Is made the promenade for the display of the silk coated equines, which, with arched neck and haughty Popular step, exhibit their graces. Probably no county In the state, outside of Lexington or Louisville, contains as many blooded breeders as Lincoln, and the discriminating horsemen from these centers of horseflesh come to Lincoln for fresh stock to keep up the quality of their This has so far proven a splendid year for Lincoln county horse breeders. Their stallions are in great demand. All are in fine fettle for a great season, and they will be in town Monday to show themselves. Fine weather is promised now and people will be here from a dozen counties to see the show. blue-blood- Improvement will undoubtedly be soon noon Against the "Dummies. Tho first ball game of the season on the Stanford grounds will be played this, Fridsy afternoon, thp Stanford High School team meeting the nine from tho Deaf and Dumb Institute at Danville. Tho "Dummies" alwnys put up a good game of ball and the fans are looking for some fine sport. Coach Long has not had the local men under charge long enough to teach them signals and the inside play which he hopes to instill, but he says he finds a rattling good bunch of young ball players on tho team and believes that they will acquit themselves well, tho' he would have preferred not to have played quite so soon. The batteries for Stanford In tho game will be Singleton and Embry, pitchers, and Penny, catcher. The game will be called at 3 o'clock at the school grounds. ' the supervisors are interesting to those who take an Interest in Lincoln county wealth. The books show a total of 193.595 acres of land with assessed valuation of 11,148.210; 828 town lots of a valuation of $712,685. Ten thoroughbred horses, valued at $1,475. Two saddle stallions or geldings, val ued at $250. Fifty-five Recitation The Little Brown Wren." Charley Pendleton. Piano "VRI Inge Merrymaking" Clinton Coleman. Rwitation-"Quc- cr Neighbors"-Mn- ry Pnxton thoroughbred mares or colts S2.925. valued at Forty-nin- e common stallions valued at ' I Tree Agent" Clinton Coleman, Sam Hill, John Cash. Recitation "Day Dreams" Martha Ronev Spring's Harbinger Nellie W. Hill. Lottie W McKinney. tthel I'ow ell, Martha Raney, Joe T Em brv. Thomas Council . Planting of tho Tree and ' Flow- ers nt general exercises wntcii win le held immedintly after this program is rendered Jams. Dialogue The and colts of common stock valued at $203,505 1,827 mules valued at $133,570. 105 jack, valued at $14,200 118 jennets, valued at $4,675 Fourteen registered bulls, valued at $185. Seventy-fou- $7,075. 1,622 mares r registered cows, valued valued Typhoid Raging in Carrard. at $2,282. 7,437 common bulls and cows, taken. The postmaster Is also requested to urge all patrons of the rural mail ser vice to paint their boxes white in color, which will result in serving to protect the box and Pst from damage by the weather and likewise give a uniformity of color, giving thorn a neater and sigbtlier appearance than they now possess. The department also requests that patrons imprint their names and box numbers on tho boxes in black block letters about two inches high. The department is anxious to have the county road officials paint upon the boxes at cross-road- s the names of the towns or villages to which each road leads, with indicator showing the direction. This will prove of great benefit to strangers traveling over the country roads, and give an air of to the county. A uniform kind of post is also proposed, which will add greatly to the appearance of the service. ss Rules For Farmers John Bright Tells How to Estimate On Corn And Wheat. J Hnjo, nnd Mr. Thoiuna Hundley Hlmnks, on tlieeenlngot Thursday thoTnent first of April, nt Klfjlit o'clock. At Homo, Improvement Club at Meeting This Oolumbui, (in. Week And Elect Officers. This announcement will be of great interest here and in central Kentucky, Formal organization of tho Improvewhere both of tho contracting parties ment Club by a number of lending woare eo popular. Mr. Shanks is one of men of Stanford was effected carlv in the ablest young attorneys at tho Stanthe week at a meeting held at tho ford bar, while Miss Owsley is really a Officers were electChristian church. Lincoln county girl, transplanted to the ed nnd plan decided upon for work Sunny South, where she has been very The officers chosen are: President, Mrs popular and beloved In society. Barnett-McGuffcMrs. L II J. J. Dicker, A number of tho Kentucky relatives Aamn Harnett, a section man In the Cook; secretary, Mrs. P M. McRob Steam engines and boilers, valued at of both the prospective bride and groom crU, treasurer, Mrs V. It. Wcaren employ of the Louisville & Nashville $18,270. will go to Columbus to attend the nupTho officers held a meeting on Thurs- Railroad Company, nnd MIssLuada Me stores, tials, which will be a most important One hunJrod and seventy-si- x day afternoon, at wfileh a draft for a GulTey were married at the home of value of stock, etc., $176,618. event in the southern city. was discussed. the bride's brother. Walter McGuffey, conitltution and Amount of notes secured by mort Wednesday, Rev. J. J. Dickey officiat gages, $105,289. ing Branching Out Other notes not so Becured, $22,691. Bull. Mnttlo Women Organize son of at $155,600. Elton Lawson, the 10,429 sheep, valued at $36,301. former Sheriff W. L. Lawson, is sen 6,602 hogs, valued at $29,629. ously ill of typhoid fever. The only Agricultural implements, valued at daughter of Mr, Lawson died last fall of the disease; a grown son, Robinson $23,313. Wagons, carriages, automobiles and Lawson, died the fall previous, and two other vehicles, valued at $19,537. yeart preceding, the oldest son, Arch House and kitchen furniture, valued Lawson, contracted fever at his hume in Garrard and died in Arkansas. Out at $116,95S. Manufacturing implements, valued at of a family of six children, three have already succumbed to the malady, and $16,921. Pianos, valued a,t $18,577. now the fourth lies very ill of the same Raw material for manufacturing, valdisease. ued at $33,562. Manufactured articles valued at Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets assist nature in driving all irr. Libraries, valued at $3,337. purities out of the system, Insuring a Eighty-twdiamonds, valued at $5,- free and regular condition and restoring 625. the nrgana of the body to health and Watches and clocks, valued at $7,670. strength. Sold by G. L. Penny. Jewelry, valued at $110 Gild and silver plate, valued at $S,-80- 3. o $5,-57- 0. y. Owesley-Shank- s. Owsley Shanks. Very handsomely engraved invitations have been revived here, reading as follows: Mr.nndMn, Kpkrnlm I'ennlnRton Owsley reiuett ttie plcnsureof jour company at the ninrrlsgu of their daughter by-la- Killed by Former Lincoln County Man Meets Horrible Dcatli in Carrard. Garrett makes vour stomach feel fine. stops belching, heartburn and all discomfort in a few minutes. Guaranteed by Penny's Drugstore. a Accounts, $11,555. Logan Creek Sunday School. The Union Sunday School at Logan Creek will meet at 3 r. M. Sunday for the election of ofikers and teachers. At tho close of the session Rev. J.J. Dick-e- v will administer baptism to several candldatos and complete tho organiza tion of the Methodist church at that place. II. B. Northcott Opens A Produce Agency at Richmond. Wood, a prominent farmer Hustonvillc Honor Roll. residing near Marksbury, in Garrard "county, and formerly a resident of LinThe roll of honor for tho Ilustonville coln, was attacked by a wild Jersey bull and hooked to death, early In the Graded School for March is as follows: Anna Floyd, Paul Willis, Mallnda week. Mr. Wood went into the pasture to Nave, Lena Russell, Marian Lipna, G, look after tome cattle and falling to C. Lyon, Roberta Blaln, Nellie Allen, return after some hours, if ion went to Marie Floyd, Laura Sandidge, Earl find him. The young man discovered Wright, Susan lilatn. Robbie Tucker, tho bull pawing thu earth and bearing Virginia Grubbs, Mabel Russell, Harflesh and blood upon his horns. The vey McKinney. body of Mr Wood was seen lying on Boyle Census Enumerators. the ground some distance away. A gun was secured and tho animal killed fend the body of the dead man carried The following census enumerators ave been annointed for Boyle county. to his home. and will beein the pursuance of their duties the 15th Inst: Lse Myers, G. II. Col. Tribble. To Rebuild. Hocker, Miss Georgia Anderson, Whi. Col. Alexander Tribble, whose hotel Foster. Geonro Preston. Archibald at Junction City was burned u few Thomas, George Davis, Phelpe Cobb, weeks ago, is having plans made for a John U. Alstott, uarsnai ucuuiiura, small building, which will be erected on eorge U. uatterton, uaivin tackier. thesiteof thoold building, The new Jiouse will contain about 12 rooms, and Prompt relief in all cases of throat with ahort ordr res- and lung trouble if you use Chamberwill be One of the lain's Cough Remedy. Pleasant to take, In connection, taurant soothing and healing la effect. Sold by rooms will be devoted to pool ami G. L. Penny. II. n. Northcott. the nonular produce doalcr of Lancaster and Stanford, has Increased his business to such un extent that he has found It necessary to open a branch house at Richmond. lie has put in on agent at that place and will have a wagon run out of tho city to accommodate the rural districts. Mr. Northcott is one of the most progres Diarrhoea Bhould be cured without sive produce men in the business, and loss of time and by medicine which like has built up a splendid trade by square Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarr- - dealing and right prices. hoera Romedy not only cures promptly but produces no unpleasant alter efMuch Interest is being manifested by fects. It never falls, and is pleasant Sold by G L. Penny. th farmers In the organization of tt 0 and safe to take. Corn Growers' Association here on FriL. Penny. day, April 15th by the Stat) departQ. & C. Excursions. ment of agriculture. Three bushels of The Markets. Tha first excursion of tho season via teed corn will be given away to farmQueen & Crescent Route to Cincin era, and in the fall cash prizes will be the rinMnnntl AnrII7. Cattle Recelt ta nati wil bs operated Sunday, April 10, offered to the farmer growing the best 1910. Special trsi i. For full particu- ears. 445; market active and strong:, 10 to 16c lars call on thket agent. W. C. Uine- hleherl fair to good shippers 6.85 to areon, G. P, A. THBDUDllsof thalFifth Grade cer- - 7.7R;cqmmon 2.75 to 6c. Hogs Re. duttly invite, their parent! ami. friends celpts 1,961; market quiet; lu to uc ... nn .ajjUn nf Sa. lower; butchers and shippers 10.90 to H. Siiank8. Dick Hampton and Jno. nts. rViatra luff WmJniwHiv for a fih. I clety in celebration of Bird and Arbor 11; common 7.25 to 10.16. Cnul '75: market strong, 4 to 6.75, Friday afternoor, at 1:30 o' this, feg trip on Green river. They will be I iS lambs strong 6 to 9.50. gone several days. thslr-LltsrarSheep-Re-eei- John Bright, one of the best known farmers in Lincoln county, and in this part of the State, has compiled a number of rules for the measurement and estimation of farm crops, which are based upon close study and experimentation. He has compiled three rules for Kentucky. The elections, both regucounting corn In the crib, which are as lar and primary, are held under the follows: Rule No. 1. Ascertain the number Australian ballot system, similar to your elections, except that they have of cubic feet contained in a given crib judges, one from each of the and allow 12 cubic feet to shell a bar- three leading political parties, and two rel of corn of five bushels; or after find- three ing the number cubic feet, divide by clerks of election, with two seta of books; one an exact duplicate of the 2 4; this givs the result in bushels. All rules are based on the statutory rule of other; one set returned to the county seat, together with the ballots; the oth2150 4 for a bushel. by the township officers, and Rule No. 2 After finding the num- er kept ber of cubic inchc3 in the crib, divide both certified to by the live election ofby 2150 4, which will give the number ficers. At present the officials of this county (Stafford), are about equally di of bushels the crib will hold of shelled vided between the democrats and the corn or clean wheat; then 52 per cent, republicans. This way of holding an of that is what the crib will shell election every second year and having out. all primaries at one time gives the peoRule No. 3. Find the number of cutime to think about something bic inches In the crib and divide the ple more politics, and the primaries as number of cubic inches in the crib by besides well as other elections being raid for 4147.2, which will give what the crib by the whole people, makes it possible will shell out In bushels. for the poor man to run for an office as Mr. Bright has also compiled aome well as the rich. figures on the planting of corn and From the little knowledge I have of wheat, based on the number of grains politics in Kansas, I believe that a large of each to the bushel. He figures: majority of the republicans are of the One bushel of corn of average size grains contains 66,640 grains. Corn insurgent class and are as tickled at planted In checked rows, 3 feet 10 inch- the defeat of Cannon as are the demoes each way, gives 2,116 square inches crats. If the people elsewhere were as united in opinion as they are here, to each hill. Threo grains to a hill will Taft, Cannon, Aldrich etlal, would cerseven and a half acres. plant tainly take n trip up Salt river at the One bushel of wheat contains 691,200 grains. Sown one bushel to the acre, first chance. Before closing, I must congratulate gives one grain to every 9 square inchHon. Harve Helm on not having oppoes. Sown 5 pecks per acre gives one grain to every 71 square inches. Sown sition for the nomination; or the democrats of the Eighth district, rather, for six pecks per acre give one grain to not giving him opposition. Also hope every 6 square inches. the democrats, bis friends, will keep up the fight until Hon. M. C.Saulley is Addams Appointed. elected govarnor of Kentucky. Hera is one for him, anyway. Gabe Addams, of Crab Orchard, has As this Is the first time I have talked received his appointment as clerk of politics since coming to Kansas, guess the state penitentiary at Frankfort and I had better quit. Would be glad to has gone to work. At the meeting of hear from Kentucky.friends. the prison commissioners at Frankfort With best regards, this week, a petition was presented for M. G. Reynolds. a parole for Curt Jett, the noted Breathitt county assassin, who has been No Local Option Election. converted and is one of the best prison ers in the Institution. Pastor C. R. In the countv eourt at Ilarrodaburc. Hudson, of the Christian church, head the attorneys representing the petition ed those asking that he bo released. ers calling, for an eljction on the whisky question in Harrodsburg withdrew family and especially those their petition and there will be no elec Everv tion. Tha petition was filed one month who reside in the country, should be ago and since that time 87 names, ha've provided at all times with a bottle of by petition to been withdrawn from, Chamberlain's Liniment. Thero is no the court. This made jt petition the short Ulllmr when it may be wanted In case of the requisite number of signatures. accident or emergency. It is of an most excellent in all cases of rheuma Baby Is Dead. tism, sprains and bruises, bold by U. -- county's former assessor, who is now a citizen of the Sunflower State, writes to tho I. J. another Interesting letter descriptive of affairs In Kansas, lellirig-thitime of the political system In vogue there. He writes: Neola, Kan., April 3. Dear Readers op The I. J.- -I wilt spend a portion of this beautiful Sabbath in again writing a fow items about the "Jayhawker" State, etc. Since my last letter we nave had a few windy days; on the 28th, especially. A part of that day people did not try to work out, and from the amount of dust and sand in the air, we think quite a lot of real estate changed hands. The people here don't seem to think anything of It, so we try to take it as a matter of course. Except these few days of wind, we have had fine weather, and everything is getting green; big cropjof oats sown and up nicely. But a good rain would help now; have had none since Dec. If the weather continues favorable lots of farmers will begin planting corn in the next few days. Just now road working is the order of the day; done mostly with graders. One very seldom hears politics mentioned here, although all the State and county officers are to be elected this fall. They only hold an election every two years. A primary election Is held on the 1st Tuesday in August of the year in which elections are held, and all parties nominate their candidates 'at that primary. The voter has to call for the ballot of the party he want3 to support, and the expense of the primary is paid for out of the county 'A funds, and not by each party, as is the case in s "Bud" Reynolds. Lincoln hi 1 The little girl baby of Mr. and Mrs. John Mount, of Rocky Mount, N. C, Is dead and was brought here for burial. The mother, before her marriage to Mr. Mount, wno was a uancatter boy, was Miss Jennie Lynn, of this county, and her mtny friends will sympathize with the young couple In their bereavement. E. C. Walton has returned fro-delightful stay of several weeks Florida. a is PAGE TWO THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. v KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL. t.JtT: ATPRTIj WClftfl The 1 Interior Journal Established 182. TUESDAY 1 ' Health Is Worth Savin? And Some Stanford People Know How To Save How To Collect Tour Notes and Accounts. How can I collect what is owing nicf This is tho all- - important question with every merchant, whilesalo firm, buiincrf ami profcwioiul men, far--1 mora and, in fact, everyone Unlay. Never has tho question boon no1 prominent in tho hiitino? world its it intodav, Tho low of a lew accounts' tho fniltiro to collect a note make you niny cat up your profits in bunnies: that much poorer; not lieing nhle, or in a porition, to give tho proper attention, knowledge or experience to tlicaditietment or examination intommo' claim in which you havo nn intercut may wuio you the low of many dollar. Oqr proviuco nnd our hiifiiie a w to help you in there niiittorn. Whether it is n NOTE or ACCOUNT ymi are not ahlo to collect; or whether it U wmio claim in which you have an interest which need lookiug into carefully, wo are prepared to do it, and do if promptly. This is our biiMiiesx; wo mnko it a study; Wo have the facilities and wc have tho experience, and the fact that we have collected ninny dollars which wcro given up us lost, is ono of our best argument in Invor of what wo can do. Our terms nre reasonable, ftnd wo mnko no clinrgra unless we collect: Wo mnko collections anywhere in the I nitetl btntes. c recently collected nn nccount for n firm in the ndjoining county ngninstn man in California. If yon. havo a claim which needs look- ing after, or a note or nccount which you want collected, no matter how ' large or how small, or where the pnrtiea live, send it to u. We Milieityoiir business. liiink references. . . . KVBKY SB it ly cured by tho uso of Doan'a Kidney Pills. Tho following statement leaves HON. HARVEY HELM of Unroln county, U i candblnle for rr. no ground for doubt: Mrs. II. F. Walter, Hill Street, Lannomination for UonBrwt from the hlfthtli district, subject to tho notion of the caster, KyM says: party. "I never fail to praiie Doan's Kidney Tills when I have tho opportunity, as they nro certainly an excellent remedy. d The meeting of tho I havo not been without a supply in women last Monday was a step in the the house for years. When ever my right direction, and will be productive back becomes lame and painful, a few of great good to tho city, if tho intent doses bring mo instant relief. At one kidney of the organization is kept constantly time I feared that I had serious were trouble. The kidney secretions in view. Stanford has need of n gen- unnatural and govo unmistakablo eral cleaning up, and what better cleanof disordered kidney?. At that ers could be found than thoso who so time it was my good fortuno to hear of Kidney Pills and I began thoir nobly perform this duty in tho home Doan's use. In , short time my kidneys were a each day. It has been suggested that ..a,Awt.t n vv.iui.iv... icaiuicu iu a iiuiiiin. ..rwirl Inn " & day be set apart this spring for ngen-crFor sale by all dealers. Price GO eta. spring cleaning of the city, private n Co , Buffalo, New York, homes, backyards, business houses and sole agents for the United States. public institutions, and the women of Hemember tho name Doan'a and this civic organization can find work to take no other. do right at their hands by taking charge Iter. J. T. Hoskins will preach nt of such a movement. The influenco of good womanhood has triumphed over Fairvicw church, on top of Hall's Gap almost every evil in tho world, and tho Sunday afternoon and night. All are organized womanhood of Stanford, invited. working intelligently, can prove a power for both civic and moral good in the community. ilfino-erallo public-spiriteevi-denal Many Stanford people take their lives in their hands by neglecting tho kidPublisher neys when they know theso organs SHELTON need help. Sick kidneys are responsible for n vast amount of sulTering and Entered at tho Tost 0(Ilco at Stnn ill health, but thcro is no need to suffer mall. ford, Ky., as Second Class nor to remain In danger when all diseases and aches and pains due to weak kidneys can bo quickly and permanent8AUFLEY At AND FIUDAY Ter Year In Advance. It. profKltriB J rriii 1 Fostcr-Milbur- mays COLLECTION agency. WOODSON MAY, Mgr.. Somerset, ... yrRAGOOQ Kentucky. Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns. J,L,Beazley&Co., KJL" TSsi iRttLaSsavaBvaaKT&BHBBHBaBaaaflW Nothing But Insurance. EXTRAGOOD. there is any thing extragood in our stock it is our That tells the tale, if There's more strength in a bowl of Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, 'if JMiLitrj at: avl lit hMsMsWhsktaWaFVj ' . Jvsi A Lexincton widow Is suing a clerk in the Capitol at Frankfort for $15,000 damages for failureto comply with his promise to marry her. She certainly puts a high value on tho fellows who toll not neither do they spin, but get big salaries all the same. STANFORD, KY. Itrsldence l'hone 8SJ Office. K. Insure with mo nnd be fully Quaker Oats than in the same quantity or the same value of any other food you can eat. Most nourishing, protected. J. C. McCIary, Wiluam Hogg had his name changed by tho Crittenden county court to William Howard. Since the hog has gotten so aristocratic In price, having gone beyond the lie mark, Mr. seems to have been a trifle Hogg-Howard UnderUKen and Erabalrr. ttt. Also Dcalen in Fur niture, Mattings, Rug. They will exchange. Furniture for ill Kinds ni Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. Your boys will look like these pictures if you you allow us to dress them. Blue Serges and Greys of course you know are the real things this time but we have also a few with tints of Brown or Hue of childrens' and young mens' suits. STANFORD, - KENTUCKY least expensive Rrrular tin- - 10c paeiarea. and hermetically U sealed lint let hot climates. Fish & Pennington, Jndortakor. Embalmor and OoalorHnlHarnos's. Saddlory, STANFORD, i)a fnoneief. KY- Knickerbocker trousers with every suit. Sizes 4 to 17 years any price $3.50to $10. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. It. II. (Vflev green. kS) Insurance and Real H. J. McROBBRTS, J 8.'. Home Toon Estate. All kind of INSl'RANCK on all kinds of property Only the largest companies represented. Rates as low as cau Ixs had anywhere. S. D. CARTER, Now Llvorv ;lO SOBGSOSOSCiGA G. L. Penny EB E. It. Coleman 03 Dopot Stroot, Phono 00, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, Stanford, Ky., Phone 200. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I Br, Hess' Poultry Panacea Ehh4 EflkEa vv I ran furnish the public with the best, aa well aa the freshest of cut flowers, plants of all kinds, bulba, potted flowers, on short notice. Also make a specialty of wreaths for for fonernl purpo.es. Io connection with the above, I have all kinds of vegetubleson hand nt reasonable wereninde racb prices. horse Ib where HO anl day. Auctlonwrlnc Is a science ami I hae uillUMl.MA. uur.r.. nuinr.n, KD HUBIlAHII, I'BdK. nee siuuieu ii wiia inia iufB. your or puune mv Hianford, Ky. aaie. i ran bflore you arrange lor make saleatoyour advantage. rilONKS5-- Burin, Kentucky. iima iirndunteof Jonct'Niitlonril Hchoot of Auctloneirj, C'hlciiKO, rind hart hail In ib Mr cattle galea nt the Union Mock Yards. OhlcHito, where wn sold some luorougubrraa as uieu m iiiu. aibo in I $ Will mukc hens lay, cure them ol lioui-and keep them in good thrifty condition. o Fruit and Ornamental Trees 1 CONCRETING M The increaw iu the niiinlicr of epg laid, will mora than jwy for the Hiuiill cxpciiHi ol Iccding. It ii old at Penny'n Drug citore. f All Peavine DESCRIPTION and BREEDING: 4092, Everything for Orchard, Lawn and (larden. One Million HtrawDerry planta, rWs are In position to do all kinds of con creting, such aa lilock Work. I'uvenients free Cataloguca. No Agents. ana, iu mci. we enn make any tiling iroin r house down to a fence post. We can servo you promptly und RimranUn nrtclasa H..F. Hillenmcycr &c Sons, work ana material, uau aim get our pricei before you buy your mnterlnl at least. I.KX1XOTOJJ, KK.NTDCKT. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. d 15.3 fundi, a dart chestnut sorrel with best ol bone, conformation and action, sired by Rex Peavine 1796. lie by Rex McDonald 1833 first dam Ucy Well 6404 by Peavine 85, 2nd dam by Warren Harm Denmark, 3rd dam by John Wesley he by Divie Crockett. NOTE.v-1you re looking for the breed ol horses that are commanding the highest pricei. here he is, he has as much Peavine blood as it is possible to get. being by Rex Peavine and out of old Peavine mare. Will erve a limited number of mare at $25 to insure living colt. Harry Jacobs, Denier In and Manufacturer of; PHILLIPS BROS., ra Stanford, Ky. This stallion u dark bay. 16.2 with best of bone, and action with very heavy mane and tau. BREEDINC: Sued by Cecillan Chief. Itt dam by Ultimui 2nd. dam by Cilia Vermont. 3rd uj u.jr jici tm uarn oj aoia rocungs. in onenng tlui stallion to the public. 1 know heil what we. need to get stock big enough to breed, woik and sell. He it well enough bred to get trot- lers. win nana mm at ine ery low price ol IU to insure live colt. DALMAS. Marble and Cranlto- Monu- FARM FOR SALE! My farm of 87 acres of good land, well lm- Is for sate iirovrd.well watered anil fenceil. Htanford Iu seven miles from tbeMaywood section. House has six rooms. New burn and other necessury outbuildings. A onrgain 11 soiu at once. J. T. MVINOKTON. It. K. 1), No. 1, Htanford, Ky ments, Markers and l'oiti, Cemetery nnd Vaseaand hettees. Ollico nnd works, Ky. 2! w ju TO THE FARMERS. 1 wlllcontlnue to handle Fertiliser) In the Jumbo ami MoKlnney sections und usk my frm liAnia itarila nA Hint alnn iialnllnii ilunA. vv ri uuun s.hi I tk)U nil ilii ii old patrona to remetnher me. I also usk the rntlve At same time and place Will ttand two good patronage ol many new customers. itafxir liuiiKlntf ulio bUKgy trimming of all ktodfl uch at top recowrtnt curtnlim A Kl rlil D.CHU'J'LK. usiH iuila ninilii Klunir Ulnnnvaa jacki Jim Porter and Brignolia. The jacki are Ixndon. Ky. iiuu tnni siimiiv iiiujiuiri muiiUKV auinba siuiiu annp nest jiiaiu bi., nuimoru ivy. loo well known to need advertising at I have I'honeNo.ojJj. J J. HKI.DKN. made ieveral season with them and you all know how they breed. Tetmi $8 to insure live colt. Uare'your measure taken by a tailor of Then your clothes, whetbera low urlco bualnena ault or the Onest erenlnii Service fee due with all the above advertised J. J. BELDEN, ji .. W "111 "1 Hff WtA""l-- w ,- - 3 o d t Spring & Summer Stock slock, when coll it foaled, mare traded sold or bied lo to other stock. Care taken to prevent accident but not responsible should any occur. R. S. Scudder, Phone in Residence. McKINNEY' KY. jlotbes, will hare that IndlTlduullty and nt which plainly indicate they were mad to our measure. I will also take your meaa-jr- e for extra trouaeri. fancy vests, top of GroI doslre to aell privately my joata and overooata. Hprlng and Huranie, ceries and Hardware. Doing stock a good bust. auiples on hand ready fur your Inspection neas. Will Invoice about liJHO. lUaaoo IU health. H.O. UUl'LEY.The Tailor, Htanford, Ky. OKO. D. HOPl'KIt, Htanford.'Ky. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. R. B. MAHONEY, Prc. J. T. WHITE, Sec'y. W. 8. FISH, Treos. aa.a..ss..a.is "" """ 2, liomons modern for your family as n cit) renideuce, and placo yourself in a position to get tho latest market quotation! at any lime. This cau be accomplished by meuus of our telephone service which you and your neighbors cau get for a eum that is smull compared with tho beueflts received. Cull or address our nearest ollico or write direct ti headquarters, Nashville, Tenia., for information regarding our special "Far mera' Lino" rate. If you are not ut present enjoying telephone service, wi cau immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky. Tennessee, Miwtaaippi, "Louisiana aud the Southern portion of Indiana and JMaoif. EA8T TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. (IHOOUl-OUtTKD- ) RURAL TELEPHONES. MR. FARMER: Makoyour The Citizens Realty arid Title Gx Farms, housci und lots for rent, eale'or exchange. Persons desiring quick wiles or purchase iu realty of all kinds. Call on or writo us at STANFORD, KY. When You HavTo Sell Call e- Promptness and' Reasonable Commissions Our Specialty. 'Phone 200. H. B. Northcott, Stanford, Ky. 'Phono 153. TUUUMAN K. TUDOR, Manager. a v. vU5 . J&L- -. W:- - yW ', ;uXJS&. ,v - W '' ' 'C-- W ?!' lji'HK'l"(" ssa ' IXS . APRIL 9ih, 1010 TIIB INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. ff ., !ft 3" V, IT, -- ,l 4 fgi w; ' Afo. 7 619S. No. 3019. No. 1040. A,.)0ve'Wc sl,ow you a fcw sly,cs of nu,$lw wnilcrwcar jusl rccccivcd and placed on sale. Let us show you these oods, look ' Rouus up 10 w.ou per garment. No. 7996. No. 3932 at the material the workmanship and then the reasonable prices. s. Finer if--1 SEVERANCE & SON, I'lrTNAM, Stanford, Kentucky. 9mmmmmmmmmmmmm ft L. H. Hughes T. W. Humble H vj visitor in the city Saturday. J. G. C. Alcorn, n valued subscriber of Lebanon, stopped over to ico ber nleep, Miss Kit to tho I. J., hus moved from Crofton, Ilulfmnn, rn route to Columbus, Git., Ky., to Hugo, Oklahoma, nnd has a g to attend tho mirrlaira of MUs Mattio good position with the American Co. Hays Owsley, on tho 2Ut Inst. Mna, J. U. I'axtos and ion, Jnmos, spent several days with her parents in LOCALS. Garrard. Ilur your straw hat at tho Country Mrs. II, I). CAMniELL am! daughter, of Crnb Orchard, were (juests of Store. her sister, Mrs. J. F. Cummins. TlIK place to get fresh fiih is at New. Miss Lettir Weiiii, of Louisville, is Und's. tho guest of Mrs. RichArd M. New. HrtowN riding and walking cultivaland. V. II. Uiggins. tors just received. G. Lynn, who was operated Mrs. J. on ot tho famous Mayo Hospital, at S. C. it. Leghorn eggs for sale. Rochester, Minn , is Joint; fairly well. Rest laying strain. Write or phone Mrs. Mrs. J. E. Claunch, of Somerset, Mrs. II. L. Kerry, Hustonville, Ky. 7 10 Lynn's daughter, is at her bedside. Jno. G. Lynn, who wni hero from "Queen Quality" Oxfords hold Ilustonylllo Tuesday with his wifu and their shspo nnd style. Let us fit you. two sons, tells us that he had never Cummins & Wearen. seen as many tobacco beds in the West Seed sweet potatoes at W. II. End as farmers have prep, red this Mm. II. S. Cieo-sotin- Nkkdi.kh, Dobbins ami Shuttle for J. L. ANDRH80N orders his paper on ncwinK mncnines m renny s Iirutf chsngrd from Crab Orchard to Junes Store. born, Indiana. K. J. Smith, of Rockcastle, was n PERSONALS. Ask your doctor how often he prescribes an alcoholic stimulant for children. He will probably say, "Very, very rarely. Children do not need stimulating." Ask him how often he prescribes a tonic for them. He will probably answer, "Very, very frequently." Then ask him Sarsaparilla as a tonic for the about Ayer's young. Follow his advice. He knOWS. J. C. Ayer Co.. Lowell, Mat?. non-alcohol- ic Alcohol to Children ammmmmM. W. O. Mnrtin rp' We ft The first great rule of health "Daily movement of the bowels." Ak your doctor if tills U not so. Then ask him about Ayer's Pills. Sold for nearly sixty years. CUT gUss ano solid silver spoons, etc ( at W. II Mueller s. Bam Lumber For Sale! Wanted Money. -- Will buy ony old 120,000 feet of Boxinrf, Sheeting coins you may have. Address II. Harnnd Frame Lumber for Barn Patris, Frankfort, Ky. terns, which I will sell for cash or ONLY tho freshest flth Is kept at trade for Corn, Hay or good Horses Newland'u. very reaand Mules. Prices on this Postmaster J. Henry Hankla, ot sonable, for I want to sell. Write Junction'City, was visiting hero yes- me ut once. Respectfully, C. J. Sipple. London, Ky. terday. just received have i I where. otr spring line of ladies and Misses slippers and invite your inspection. You will not find a better line any The very latest that the market can furnish in ents, vicis, kid etc. Prices from $1 to $350. pat- I i , 4 sprlnjr. J. W. Pkkrin, of Anderson, Ind., is on a visit to his old homo hero. John Lkk Klkin, of Danville, is the Ruest of Miss MarKarct HulTman. ItKV. L II. Mahuny nnd Mir Mario havo returned from several days spent in Ixnilsville. Mrs, J. T. Hoskins returnr-- heme this week after spendinK several dsys visit in Louisville Mr. James Hkazi.cy and little daughter havo returned home after a visit to Orlando, Florida, and other southern d points. Loa.it. friends have received Get your dinner at Morton's restaurant, Main street, when you come to Millinery Opening at Highland. town court day. Only 26 cents. Everyone is invited to attend my Mil Charcoal at $1 per barrel. W. K. linery Opening Thursday. Friday and underwear nt the Country Warner, Stanford, Ky. Summer It. Saturday, this week. The nicest lino Store. Pure Plymouth Rock eggs, $1 for this Spring that I have ever carried. Wediiinc presents at W. II. Muel setting of 1G. Mrs. A. It. Nunnelley, Mrs. C. M. Young, Highland. Turnersvillc. ler's. Dress Making and sewing of all A I'tVP.rnllUh Itnv nf nnnAxr will li ' kinds done bv Miss Mary Zeller. at J. Fibiiinu tackle and base ball goods at given away to the holder of the lucky F. Cummins' residence. Satisfaction the Country Store. number at the Theatorium Saturday guaranteed. ' The freshest wrinkles in neckwear nt night. Every ticket sold this week OUR great low price sale is still on Cummins & Wearen's. bears n number. and we're still selling everything below S. Gold como quick. I have a nice pen of thoroughbred John Traylor continues quito ill at cost Better ' stein. Mack Minorca chickens for sale. AUo his home in the country. His brother, I have made a change in my buggy W. II. Wearen Henry Traylor, is aljo reported settings of eggs. Mrs. and implement business and all who owe an account that is past due will please call and nettle at once. Also all notes that ore due and past due must be paid at once. E. T. Pence. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. iwwwws word KvKin iiody it invited. Come and see that a little daughter has arrived at the thu quulity nnd stylu and get prices on Workmen can find the best overalls, homo of Mr. and Mm. E F. IUtney, my hats. Just across from Phillips' shirts, etc., at tho Country Store. nenr Lexington. store. Miss Mnry Phillips. Try an Old Hickory wagon. Pence Miss I'iiil Stiuiikr has returned Uros. HwioiHH of quality, such as Columhomo after a visit to Mrs. U. C. Haunh-mabus, Mager and Rrockway, at Pence 17 POUNDS of standard (ranulatcd TlIK last iue of the Mt Vernon Rros. sugar, $1, at tho Country Store. -Signal contained an excellent likenetw Fresh-cauch- t Jamhh Williams is quite 111 at the Ohio river bit: fish at of Judge L J. Hethurum, who went on St. Asaph Hotel. the Country Storo today. the bench last Monday for the first Seed sweet potatoes, lawn mowers, t timo as judge of the Rockcastle circuit For Sale Fow nice Burt Orpinjr-to- n Ico cream frceaers at George II. court. cockerels. Also eggs for hatching. Mrs. John Mount, of Lancaster, is Mrs. W. J. Holtzclaw, Stanford, It. F. visiting Mr. and Mrs, W. tagan Wood. s of Indiana I). No. 1. For Sale. -- Two Mrs. Joseph Claunch, of Somerset, who and Illinois draft mares, and one car Rev. D M. Walker attended tho has been their guest, has returned to load of Western marec, all young and Conference of Central Kentucky Chris, her home". Advocate. Mrs. M. M. Sweknkv has returned some in foal J. II Uaughman, Stan- tian ministers at Lexington Tuesday. ford, Ky Phone 16 from a little visit to Junction City Hkst $1 watch in tho world at the Country Store. n. -i s car-load- iiw r Not Dead Sure. mmmmmmmmmmtmammmmmmmm But reasonably so that we can please and fit you from our line of mmm i tftv's' cue ot tfeunu This? We ofiff One liundrwl Dollar Reward for hit CaUrrn trial cannol be euml by llalla Cure. F J. nilNF.V A CO , Toledo. O. We, the undrrslcnnl, known V J. enrner tor the Uit 19 rev, ana believe blm prrteetlr honorable to all business transactions and nnanclallr able to earrr out any obimtlona made by his nnn. Uaaviir, Kinkan Viuio. Wholrmle ADnmuti. Toledo. O. nail's Cattrcb Cure H taken internally, ailing and mucoua rurtwea ol the directly upon the tree. ITIra IS cents per system. Testimonial bottle. Sold by all linmhu Take Hall's Family I'UU lor constipation. tae 23 Those who appreciate quality and style will be pleased with our line we buy from specialist who have made a life study of shoe making, oou cannot duplicate the values we oiler elsewhere. bllml MASON'S MEET. Lincoln IxkIrkNo. W K.A A. lI.wllliiHHt In itntiMl foiiimunlrntlon on eiicti first urn! tliinl Momlny ulghl olwicli month, nt 7:'M o'eiork In their bnll on uinln stri'wt, MtmK'rs nf sinter lottces are InilteJ to ! jirewjnl. T, W. Sec. ... Electro-Medic- al Baths Saturday. Fresh Fish J. and vegetables on hand D. Morton. for the sick. &$OO&0tit W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY t We betf to inform you thnt we have installed our outfit for giving Electro-MedicBntlis. This treatment as given by us is practically the J same as that jjiven at the famous Sjias of Eurojie and some of the Min- ORGANIZED IN 882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. large Sanitariums in this country for the cure of nereral Springs and SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. vous nnd chronic diseases, and especially those diseases arising from nn excess of uric, acid in the system. Uric acid, by accumulating in the HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 system in excess, poisons the blood and causes n great variety of diseases affecting the organs of respiration, digestion and excretion. It Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety causes diseases of the akin nnd mucous surfaces, the heart and arteries, Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. bruin and nervous syBtem, muscles and joints. The uiic Kid coikllios the ran J lUimmatisra in ill vsnout formi; alio dururt ol 4 lud-w- y mMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm utd bUddrr, ulhnu, quioiy and bronchitis. ciUrih, cctems, luvrs, itching and burning oi the ilia, palpitation ol the hcait, cold handi and IVri, diuinru, menial drprrumi, melancholia, nrutal. and a great vanrty ol purely nervoui symptom. Old je (pa, chorea, hyttnia, numbnna, luaiWhr and people ol middle Ue are lie gieatctl luffercn, but lh young are not exempt, Datlis cleanses the system ol the uric ackl i- - ol our A cours- e- 2 to 4 quick relief and a lasting am) odet lotic compounds; and, by iemoutg the causeol disease, cure. These batlisin connect) wh our Vwlrl Lijhl Treat ment. rtlai nere trniion, produce sound sleep, improve appetite and difrcaUia auj by so doing cure nervoui diseases, headaches, insomnia Electio-Medic- WE W. H. OFFICERS. . S. llocker. President;. S. T, Harris, John . t; pa McRoberts, Cashier; C. .Baughrsan, Assl. Cash'r ncuraslhenia, nnvous eiliMittua, oeUiwhoUa, etc. Obese, ot over Isi people, get nd ol 7 la 10 pounds per week without injury d'tjeatioa. and wsh sreU unpKmsaesil i bealdi and appearance. You are inviiejio cosswk nidi ut Irccly in regard to yourself or rreods. II. W.W.Saunders, Bookkeeper. DIRECTORS. II. Daughrnan, J..M. Peltus, II, C. Uaughman, J. V Cummins, S, T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, E. C.Walton, J. S. llocker. K. Keid, M D. Elmore. . W. H. Murphy. to heart or MILLS BUILDING, FREDERICK DEHAVEN.M. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. ROUND-TRIP D. tU mis J. Q. srtki a Lincoln County national Bank Of 'Stanford, Kentucky. Have the Superior corn planter with both edge and flat dropping plates, al- so the Superior I -- horse. planters and fertilizers. These planters have been tested and give satisfaction. rse TELEPHONE 496 FARES LOW HOMESEEKERS TO Capital, Surplus, Resources, avtin $5O,O0O.00 43,000.00 340,000.00 HIGC1NS, The West, Southwest and Northwest 2 St. Louis WI1H0UI CHS.K6E. TRAINS DAILY TO 2 lu Clr VIA nnn oinraire Stanford, Kentucky. ai t namUT tAtlUICD J- - i m m 2 St. Louis WIIHOUI CHANGE. TRAINS OAILY TO 2 PAXTON, W.J ROCHESTER. ASST. CASH H. C. CARPENTER, UOOKKUfcr'tK HAY8 FOSTbR, CLERK. V. Month. u-wri- b rl.l,.i. nnrl Thlrrf TUSldSVS In BSOtl Return Limit 3B Osiys from Date of Sale. L . r. ud Snaclal Divert louts Jtrranatratats. 0. Walker, SUufonl; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Ooo. W. Carter.Stanford John U. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. 0. Ilan- kin, liaucastcr; J. 11. Paxton, Stanford; W. II. Traylor, Gilbert Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; V. DIREOTORSi CLEMENS HOTEL L3N. TITCETHBLE J. L. Kijcik, Pror., DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Ijtrii, airy outside room. Oouimrclal troYMlor. a spooUlty . Hiwclai rut. by wk orroonlb. Tbo proprlvtorWsa luriur Un hi, friend, sliouJd cxiunty uln kiss, msvb No. II, North, No.Il,Honlh,lllr. K. No.a,Boulb,10liAi. W A. at, K.l. rUKH.V.lh. UlfUtOfSbitnt . J. II. Cummins, Preachenvillc; Lilburn Gooch, G liber U Creek. rt,a tUpplog la ha nud tvwu. JOS. 8, RICE, Agent. No.W,Norlli,8:W Mo.17,10;Wa.m. No.W,l:iOr. . r. at. ..!, HJRtJ.4 - . V ' Jfe'-!H- s w . EAOE TWO V ,. r YOUR ttoii mvrrar a m THE INTERIOR JOUBtf ATJ, STANFORD,' KT; Atr-r7.- & i fAWtin trti W iio - w .a r A' DYOtiR HEALTtt ' HHKr dip at Fence Bros.' EfchtRood mute for sale. J. K. Brace. tf. f)vK irastJ second hsmi, kmjfglea M dale." 8,',D. garter, Stanford;1' i , Fo Riwit 70 acres ktmS land on place. JohnQ. Lynn, Hub? J. E. tbnvile, Ky. 4t ld ' FMJUK'S DEEXRT . t " .. am' '! $1 a Month Will Do it with an Accident and Health Policy Republic Indemnity Co., of Louisville. See Our Representatives For Particulars. ONE good, well broko threcyrar old" horse mulo for sale. E. !(. Ballard. Zt Fpa Sauc- - 30 choice mii$, nil ag from colls to Several matched teams. Phone 46. Jai. H. liaufthman, Stanford, Kyv For SALE.-P- ure Boone county white seed corn. 11.23 rter bushol. Sea mirnnle at Lincoln County National and First national Hanks, Also lb bushels pf cultivate! hemn seed. S. J. Embrv. Jr., and John C. Peoples, Stanford. Land Hollers, double-dis- c harrows and drat harrows, Hoosier corn plant era and all kinds of harvester machin ery at Pence Bros.' Buy harness of a regular dealer, where you can jjet quality. J. C. y. M 100 for sale. dales of timothy and sotnb clover Mrs. F. B. Barnett, Huston ville, Ky. old to A. T. Nunnelley a nice brood mare for J 120, Embry J. H. WONBR, J. L. MEBKS, Ashland Brook. District Manager, Associate Agent. Auctioneer! Powhatian By Stsllioa; ISJ 1.2 hinds Kighj by Dnjnily Dsre. lit dim Mianie by Rieiut; 2d dim Psul-in- e by Almont Forest; 3d c5m Sellsr't mire, a t offer my services to the peopto of Lin very (ut pacer. He is ijfioe indinJuil, high action coin county as an auctioneer, HI atlsfartton and nice to handle. (No. IITJl) (O.S3M.) guaranteed II. W. MCWHOIlTKIt, Will mile the testoa of 1910 it ray firm a Moreland, Ky., It. K. 1). No. I Vol. ITA.T. H. II., bred by KuKcno Huck Vol.rt. A.H. H.It. KlngKaglelsM hands Itesldence.Turnersvllle, Ky. Aahland Broolc wni hlgh.dark bay nit h nowliig inane and tall, r. IJeorRctowii tticriinney 11 iu 10 imure a live colt; money tvXea 1XQ, solid bar with left hind foot goes all the gaits with plenty ot speed, style forfeited if mire is sold, bided or bred lo mother white, stands 1M; hands high and action. HI lent Brook, No. rr.DIOKFE, Sired by Hoyal Klng.SVJ, he rxiiHinr.:. fsirra hone. S. M. OWENS ic SON, IfrtV, record S:IM, dt sire ot Margaret hv On Time, 7(4. he by Htonewall Jack-o- n, ttie itAtbgnte,X:lli nettle Brook. ) i:!?,, R, Hoyal King's 1st dam Molllo Mouuti, McrCmney, Ky mt iteiiuruuK, mtyA, jeunie uruus., is i:i.'. :ViM,whs bv the noted slreOabbelfs Lexlng Klllott Htone.:lS!i Ijuiy llroofc, 1:.T0 nnd ton K.H.King Kagle's 1st dam Hip, MTU, nanntnK Ilrook, ztau. Hllent llroofc by she by Kagle Dlrd. 1014. he by Old King Ka IMrknlght. No. SCK. the Hire of Hearch. dam by lied Lion, 3rd dam by right Jcul'f IlrlghtllRht, StCHh. and Vnlpn, fle,7JM he by Miller's Denmark, by Alcyone No. SK, by (thoroughlired.) Sa5. Darknlffht sired rook's 1st dam Huna )5,4thdmKing Jim Hell a wcordStST. Aahland H Kagle Is comMned stallion, Notf.. "Wren by Ashland Wilkes, rail;recordJ:17 a breeder of fine color aud high styled King Eagle. When yon buy a suit of clothes, get New York styles, all wool at SAM ROBINSON'S, Stanford, Ky. j. HENRY SH0Es & oXF ORps W. O. Walker, AKSiAi(.K ..A bSMf..i'. . , A Pence ."""'' dam Arden. Almont forest ztHKf, yrd dam by Uarrara Ciller. He is u beautiful bay 5V hands liigh four years of age. He has oicre natural action than any horse living, and from his success as a aiww horse in his three year old form bids fair to make a greater show hs&e than his grand old sire, being undefeated in his class as n three ! A very fine draft stallion, weight 1.G00 pounds, stands full 1G hands year old and always getting his part in the stakes against the crack show Major, 273, 3135, Grand Sire Scott, 2430. high. He was sired by Ben Hur lueses or 11XW, This great young stallion will make the season of 1910 at the stock ; Dam, Jennie Beatrice, Clydesdale. George Hur Is half English coach and jfiwlsof A. T Nunnelley. Stanford Ky., ot the reasonable figure of $25 uaW civdesdnle: best draft horses in the state. Will make the season at I will stand in ttoroug(iuro4 Tolletl Angus bull ut mjr plaoi ou Hounrit 1U tonsure a living colt. Marcs kept at $2.50 per month, and not resiwii my place nt $10 to lasure n living colt. Colts can be seen at my place. it l .SO. Mo'neyjue wlien cow knowa to ! for accident or escape. Season due when mares are parted with or siklt They show for themselves. Wsast to otner stock. with colt or parte from ,. I will also stand two Jacks aud u Shetland pony at $10 each to In0. WiLOVKLt., Stanford, Kentucky. sure a living colt. M. S. BAUGHMA N, Stanford, Ky. EUnlorii.Rr We, wbose names appear below, strictly orbld hu ntlng.nsblngorany kind ot trvs passing on our places and will prosecute vl ators to the full extent of the law. Miss Mattle llewes, Ilelrhetibnon llrot. Fred llaumann, A.T Travlor. N. II. riummer. i.nnurn ooocn, U. n Nunnelley. Will Hester. llaughman J. W. Ilruce, J. W. 1'eek. David Htevens, J. K. JohnCamenlscb Wm.Cordler Dan Tray lor. M. D. Klmore. Kred Handorf. -tioinnuncK. D. M.Anderson, J. J.Thomnson Mr. and Mrs. Jai. II. Kads J. K. Moser, . J. Morton .Mrs. a. ivinasa Mrs. Geo. Ican, J.J.KIIIOtt. W. It. Daugherty. rrnnk cordler. .AND. Her. Father 1,00 Dr.O.O. I'errr II. W. Gaines, H. II. lUughmnn, Will also stand the great young Jack War Uriah Albright. A. 1). Hoot. Trace at 110 for mares and IS) for Jennets. Mrs. Margaret Gooch. Jacob (lander "War Trace Is black with white points 15", Geti.fi. GUens, W.H.Trnylor bands high sired by flreat Eastern the BreHam Jtoberts. John Jufer, con, lie by the Imp. Tax I'ayer, that sold for M. J.llolinaun, Amend Hchavfer, nisuam was iiy me imp. ureal fuui War Trace dam by Iledford Btar, s.ast K.T.llensley A It. Matben-Mrs- . rcn. heby I.N. Garner. T.iell Htarllght. J. II. Ow .ley, II. I. Fagaley M.J. Morgan, BOTH ONE YEVRkKOR 11. 0. Watklns, H.T.Harris, J. O. Hundley. It. ll.Orow, V K. Mcuiure, Mrs. Nannie It. Good, Those having claims against the estate of Anton Iloneckfr. AndftrsotiOarr. Mrs. Hulla luce, deceased, will present thitn W. M. Dlihun, Krvl VonlruuuUn proven to me ut once. Those ow firoperly T. I.. lUiichnmn. Mm. Kate Atlur are notified to settle with me ii.UHrpfi.irr OKO. H. l'ltUlTT. Immediately, ir. iiMKtcii ljwrenc, GOTO W. Kooat2. M. F. Mrs. Helle Itlce Administrator John H, Ixe, ji.net lers, Few people In the United States hare not Ctvrsoa's Itestiuirant tJincaster, Htreet, I'hrUtlnn Jneob Tom F.rrui, l. Htanford, K. besrd of the W. W. I'ltmau, Democratic Fred l'ayk, J Nevlm'arter, la all things, fair In all thlnjrs. clean In all Alex (Miper. p. m. Xtols served at all hours up to 11:30 I!. II. Denbam. Henry Itldiler things. It Is essentially a family paper. II j W. 1). Gooch, II. 1'. Anderson, Itest placi) lu wn for u good quick Gus telssl, T. A Hlce. a special arrangement we are enabled to of nitnl, Chris Cainenlich. lkuU ii Curtis Furniture and Undertaking. Oooklng to suit our custoraersour specialty. for the WEEXLV L Tlnsley Hpoonamore on James Hmltli, A. U Carter. 1. W. Carter, Bplendld new line of fancy jearand this paper for the price named 11. W. tlalnes W. l'.Grlmes. , Groceries. Day Phouo 28. above. Send your subscription for the com W. M. Fields-MrJ. I.. Holticlaw, It. K.Onlnes, Mattte White. Handwlches, pins, Huttermllk TlotCloITee, blnatlon to us not tc the Oimlnr-Joj- r Night Phone 133. Mls Mary I'epples, W. II. Keeton, and sweet milk, etc., at all times. A. I Thompson. Jnmes Messer. Iteixrtof ho Condition of W. A. lte)Kirt of the Cowlitlon of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. nt Htnnford, lilt he Htateot Kentucky, nt the The National Bank; of Hustonvllle, close of business. Mcb. 1010. nt Hiistom lilt, lu the Htato ot Kentucky, lit KF.SOtJRCHS. the close of business Meh.TJ. UI0. j1.iu( ss Ixuinsnnd Discounts VflM I x ()erUnifts,iiecureliind unsecured i Wim ssHlci WJt. n A..B aX A.lni Vl l". H. ltonds to secure circulation Million HK.HOUKOMrt l'remlums on U, M. Iiouds .. . lju) ui 111', vt llonds, securltl , etc 4,IJ UJ fxMilKiind Discounts llaiiklng house, furniture and tu1.310 31 Orerdrnftsecured mid unserurml ,7 tu res oi s to . Other real estate owned ijtf! U IT. H. llondson secure clreulntlori S6.IHI '.H. Hondr IK l'remlums Due from Niitlotml Hunks (not re Hanking house ,furiilture,aul (1 scnungenU) v.Twl U7 L ft f t tires lLinks ai jsstH . Ki Due from Htiite A 1'rlMitu AHur ssssssssH "J Jt Hunkers, Trust Uos Due from National Hank, i not re- ings liunKs I.Krt .11 J.TWN) srongents 11,710 M DuefroiiiupprovtHlreserwiigents SI Due from Htutennd l'rhnlu Hanks Checks niiu other cush Items ...... .V Hankers. Trust Cunimnls l.itvU l Notes of other National Hanks Tsfc m(m tfff "31 jf alsaslL ft Fractional puiwr uurrency, nickoh at und Halngs Hanks els, and cents ifl sl Duo from approved reM'rreagsinU ,l7r lawful Money Heserve III Hunli. Ml Checks and other cash Item- -. . lia)l5f.) vlxt Hpecle I IB (X) notes iy,iiiuu is.im ro Note, of other National Hank .. lledemptlon fund with 17. H. TreasFractional pa jut currency, nickurer (5 ht cent, of circulation.) asssssssssssssssssssaltssssP,'k',r els, and cents sit lawful Money Hescrte In Hank, " LIAHILITIK- -. 'vlii Hiieclo TUstitL lUA'IOl S Oupltnl 8 took paid In.. mLsasPWnslsas fMJXin 00 r notes .. . Jin ui . . Hurplua fund SJ.OOO UJ HedemptlonfundwlthU.H Tren- Undivided prollts. less viienss 1.2.V) IU .. . S,70 6i and taxes paid urersiHri'vntof clrculktlou UJ Nntlontil Hank notes outstanding ,SJU II Due to other National Hanks LIAIIlMTIrH. Due to npiroed Heservu Agents,. " .V,II fl) 4"tALasBHsVsE.I III H Capital Mock-pai- d IlidUldualdiiosltscUbJect I85.WU V 1TJISU UJ to check Hurnliii fund fcrtt- rsHiPVsP iu amssssssssHHasmm- -. IHamstsssssssssssssssssssssssssmsssssssI sssss.MsmMtfafT--"3isissBssssW'. Demand Uertlllciites of Deposits iai (0 UudlWded pronM, less expense, 'BssssssssssBSBsssHfeFssssssssssssalsssflssssB zJllt 01 und taxes nald Time of deposit lu ' Notes curtinentesredlscounted nud bills Natlouul Ilmik notes outstiinJIlix ii.au no HI lis puyable. Including sJertltl. Due to Hiaie ana rrivnie iiauks 3JW-- I to rates of Deposit fur money und Hunkers I, Ml M Dun from other National Hunks borrowed Ilescrved for taxes M 3. liullvidtml deposits subject to VI lio.-- ll check txttfiti :ti liavsto w Kentucky, County of Lincoln, s: Htatoof ... .,....... i.i . i.. ....i. .... I, John J. McltotH rts.L'ushlerof the abou r ....... . lvemuriJiuii.- - n, i.iiki'iii,..! nHl'Ol I numetl iHink, do solemnly swtar that the luitiV IL llnMlr.. f iin uilumnlv .webr tbnt the uUiu iibotestutemvnrls true to the best of my d true to the l'st of my statement knowledguuud Ixillef. belief. J. W. Hik'KKH, Cashier John J.MoJloUBHTM,Oashler. iiir .ins '.ii nulscriHHiuniiswuriiuieiitru Hubscrtbed und sworn to before me this 1UI0. w. ai y Slial by Preston 022. by Washington 54. by Cromwell 73. by Wash th day of Apr.. l.W. W. M, llrlnht. N. I". I iiVot Anr.. niiln-- j, Feb. jinsKins, is. ,.r,iniU.lni ti. mt, I sttton Denmark 04. Correct Attest! J. B.Hocker. II. O.Hauuh1 Correct Attesti W. G. Cowan, J. W. M- - " K"re- - motors I'owell and J. D. Depp. Director. 1st dam Baby Pence, sired by Enoch Lady 2nd bv Jer, tnUi Ashlnnd Wilkes sfVed by ltvd Wilkes, lie by Oeorgw Wilkes, second dam, Hide Lilly, br Pretender, 113,1,3rd dam tV Jim Monroe, KS3. NOtf. Ashlnnd Ilrook Is a handsome lots of sulitance basis bold way of Iolng with speed, style and great action. colts are three yeajs old and thev are all one could expect, they bearing good colors with plenty of site and grout style andHnlsb. Ashland Ilrook sired the great vnneaten Halite Ilrook, that ld for 18.V. Ashland Ilrook will make the present season at 115 to Insure a living colt. !,, WAR TRACE. colts, they all having slie, style and action. He sired the colt that won the tro slake at the Htanford Kalr.and the Sim stake at defeating here fiiur of the get of the great Kex l'ea ine. This get ot King Kagle's was second In the fX) stake at Harrodsburg with SI entries and defeated the colt that won this stake two out oftbree shows. Ills coltsare lndemand, bring the highest prices King Kagle will make the present season at the low price of 115 to Insure a living colt. Wilt also stand the great mule lack. Jim Keene, at tin for mares and tat for Jennets to Insure a living colt. Jim Keene. sired by the great Dllly Keene, 1st dam by the Imp. John Wells 2nd dam by Ileecber. Jim Keene Is IP, hands high, black with white points, a great mule Jack. All ot the aboe mentioned stock wilt make the season of lvin at our stabl Ji miles West of Htanford on the Hhelby City pike. Mares traded, parted with orbred elsewhere forfeits the Insurance and money becomes duo at the time of such transaction rorfurf her Information call on or address H.T HAUltlHAKOHT. WOODS. Stanford, K). Phone 7J, Hlng i. IJin-cast- WATTERSON'S PAPER POSTED. fa JUL Shoes and Oxfords, Mens' and Boys' Clothing. Quality and price suit everybody Weekly Courier Journal i L. M L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. Ifyou have nnythin in (he S The Interior Journal to wll When Hungry NOTICE! ONLY $1.50. Courier-JournaCOUBIER-OUUNA- V sfsHBIsBisatfstf'sisii) STOCK Tako to LINE W. A. TRIBBLE, Nunnellcy's New Stock Yards m every tlav in thn year pxcqit Sutitlny. ilring on your flock. llct market in rrSfsr'SiSJBJBSSBJBSSfJJSPSysJ' tlio tiutte with iletityol eel nml uuter l08t covered ieii, tmtiul) of Litihvillo or i.xinglm. STANFORD, KY. We also do a (jcncr.tl hitch noil feed businc. II CARSON, Prop. Stanford, KentucKy. r, W. lu M'CAHTV.l'rei. II C. WALTON', L.H.IIUGIIKS.S.AT a Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford, Kentuchy. LfsimssssssssssssssssssssssmssssssXlslsmsK tsmssssssssssssmis -- ji BBaBslglf ll Farms and' Tuwu PrnjiCrtv Ilnndled on Conimiiiion. Htooks nud IJjndi Sold. If ygn Have Pnijierty to &11 or Kent Notify U. Write for Circular to A'Kiil-tend- sBsssssssssssssssssssssssPilasssssssssssasB a L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky. V (ssssssssssssssssssawVsVw Iegal-tende- (,) Si Tintjing, Plumbing, Heating. Don't let l'.UO puts without having hot and coM water through your home with n heuutiful white fsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssB .IHVy ssssai B sssssssssBsssssssssssssssssBmstK SsKsVsssbssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssbII 'sMlJB I Porcelain Bath Outfit. llavo W. IC. WAHNEIt to install your country Muter works with reasonable prices ami guarantee. We nleo carry in stock FORCE AND CISTEHNTUMPS; Roofing and Roofing I'uiuts. Call and Bee u. Telephone, 188. .1,Im,VU-IIUI11M- .I CARROLL PRESTON. 1 kuowl-etlKuan- I- s GEORGE HUR, W. K. WARNER, Boone County Wkke Cora. Stanford, Ky. Seed Polled Angus Bull KIIU oleUJ, bultod.tlppeJ, shslUO ai grrulixl or edgk drop or any plsntvr ll.V hu. Will dvltvsr at Htjuro.-J- , Kf, nsxt rourldy. WAt,tVN K.MOH-J- . Lancaster, Ky '. "Tf 'Qllsitmiill 1rrnT "!S.SSSlS "Sf1 Wilill'l '