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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u i1 Ir4kr It1d i I or i 1ot 1 i p 1 to f U 1 t 0 r ufc I i I t rI 1 7ffI t f THE INTERiOR JOURNAt f I VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 19 1910 0- n NO 15 i BIG CONVENTIONS HERE THIS WEEK I Many Delegates On Hand For C W B M And Bible School Annual Gatherings The Annual Christian Womans Board of Mknions and Blblo School Convention of the Tenth district composed of tho I counties of Lincoln Garrard Madison and Pulaski will convene In Stanfordo- n on Tuesday April 19 for a two days session Delegates from the other three counties of tho district are arriving here fO the session and tho people of the city have opened their homes for entertainment of the guests W I Williams of Lancaster Is president of the Bible School Convention and Miss Elizabeth Simpson of Marksbury is secretary Mrs George Robinson cf Lancaster Is C W B M Manager J The programs for tho two days sessions are at follows TUESDAY InrocatlonD M Walker WelcomeMrs Clarence E Tate R ponieMlss Mary Tribble Business PerlodRoIIcallol districts reports of auxiliaries Circles County Managers District Managers report naming committees A Model Auxiliary Discussed by auxiliaries present Ii Benefits of Living Links and Life Lines Mrs S K Yancey fDevotlonalMra Jennie Carpenter t l Reports cf Committees une Childrens IlourMrl R M Hopkins The Circle Discussion led by Mrs R E McRoberts t Address Mils Florence Miller 4Talkson Kentuckys Special Work Ministers present RecessDevotional services Christian EducationProf H L Calhoun 1 t Announcements DIDLC SCHOOL CONVENTION WEDNESDAY i DevotionalD M Walker Open Conference The 1910 Front Rank Bible School Bible SludyThe Gospel of Mat thewW I Williams The StateWide Campaign R M Hopkins A Centennial Appreciation W S Willis Appointment of Committees t ReeeM Of Departmental Conferences a Supers lBtn dents C E Tateb Elemen A tary Grades Mrs George Simmona c Adult Bible Classes F M Tin d Teacher Training John W JcMrQuotations from Matthew Oae Minute Reports from Depart mental Conferences BiutaeM Session a Report of Secretary and Statistician Miss Eliza beth Simpson b Reports of Com mItten c Offering for District aad State Work Getting and GivlagF M Tinder Bible School EquIpraenfOpenCon ference i uJhe Bible School in the Making of Character II S Saxby t Recess I Devotional Exercises Kentucky Mission Sympotiura ten i jainutM oach 1 The Needs of l District F M Tinder 2I 1thWhat thta District U Doing to i Evangelize Kentucky It H S Sax I a by 3flVVhat the Board U Seek log to do In this District H W I Elliott L Harry Camnitz Will Go To American Association This Season Harry Caranltz of Hustonville who is under contract to the Pittaburg team in the National League will probably be placed with an American Associa Lion club for another years experience before be is kept permanently in the big league lie was in Stanff +d Friday night and said he was expecting such a transfer A dispatch from Pittsburg said Young Camnitz in signing his contract r this year requested a upeedy transfer to tsome other team unleaa ho could be given a regular berth on the champions Clarke did not find him yet ready for the really fast work but will keep a line on him in the smaller club to which he will be sent to Kills A Murderer IAmerciless murderer ia Appendicitis many victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill It by prevention They gently stimulate stomach and bowels preventing that tMt Invitee appendicitis curingoonatt nation headache chills 25c atPsnnyaDrug Store 1i v t t pr COUNCIL WILLSELL FRANCHISE To Operate a Telephone System In StanfordNothing Heard From E T People Acing npnn thy that the East Tcniitxeo telephone tu hue no legal auihottty tij be doing business in StanI furitn other wunjtf has no legal fran emirthe ell f eountit at a special meet ing last week dicidil ta udvtrthe for mert fruic iliu and put it up and sell it U the tnttdt bidder The council pro arts it lit uiJ to incorporate in tllli iruisloiui ut the franchise just what ilw rata fur telephones shall be in the tity It Is unorstiKwl that representatives of the iiUpeiKieiic telephone compa nice oi Luusvple or Lexington have been rn Kltc overtures to the Council fora Irariciilte here since the city fathers neciUed to inuke the East Ten nesseo Cun pony come down In rates or get out ot town Members of tho coun cil will noLsay just who has been after a franchise Local Manager flower Wray of the E T Company has heard nothing from the higher officials relative to tho demand fur lowering of the rates Option Election in Danville May Follow Ruling of Judge Sauf Icy In Bunk Raum Case In accordance withthe county unit local option law now upon tho statute books of Kentucky Judge M C Saut Icy at Danville Friday held that the city council of Danville has a right to grant license to sell liquor in that city if It so chooses Judge Saufley render ed the decision in the case of Bunk lUura the noted colored blind tiger op erator who was before the court charged with violating the local option law In 33 cell The judge held he could be fined under the city ordinance but could not bo Imprisoned as the state option law could not be construed to cover his case- In 1890 Danvillo voted dry but no option election has been held there since Tho county unit law of 1906 which exempted fourth clan cities from a vote with the whole county repealed the old option law and as Danville has not vot ed upon the local option question under the present law no charge of Its viola tion could be sustained Judge Saufleya opinion woke up the temperance people of the capital of Boyle and It Is said that a local option election will be held there at once It Is said that there ia no chance of saloons being licensed in the city whether an election Is held or not for tho council is composed of dry men Time of His life Will Be Had In Merry Play at Crab Orchard Friday The play which thn young people of the Crab Orchard Baptist church will give Friday night next to raise funds form new carpet forthe church is be fag awaited In the EastEnd with much Interest It to entitled i fbe Time of Uk Tilfi aridIa in three acts The ftc r eh will be1 Mr Bob GreyWlleei Napier Mrs Bob Grey Miss Clara Collier Tom CarterR H Bronaugh Jr Mrs Peter Wycorobe Miss Annie Bronauith Mr Peter Wycombe MaUrice Per kins DerothyLandonMlaLaUaNuckoltMr Uncle TomThomas Moore Officer Hogan Lueien Dunn The admission will be 25 cents 15 cts for children dock Installed In New CourthoueTowerOld WorksBeing Used The clock waa installed In tho new courthouse towur on Saturday and everyone In the city Is anxiously looking forward to the day when the handsome new building will be completed The face of tho clock will bo luminous so that the time may be discerned as well at night as In the daytime The old works were put back into the new tower as they were found to be in very good shape when examined by tho Cincinnati clockmaker who had the contract to st the clock going These works have been running continuously for 38 years having been installed in 1872 Everyone who visits Stanford Is struck with the appearance of the new courthouse and compliments the good people of Lincoln county upon their pro haPdjsome n DECLARED DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE1 FOR THIRD TERM IN CONGRESS Hon Harvey Helm of Stanford Harvey Helm of StftJ wa declared the democrat I nominee far Congress in this the E ghth district at a meeting of the district committee at 2 oclock Monday afternoon at Nicholas ville This Is the third which Mr Helm has nominationI hands of his party and every j of it is confident that he will carry the I banner to victory again in November- as he has done so ably in the paltIFriday April 15 was the last day for I entrance to the Congressional primary I set for April 30th to announce Mr Preacher a Night Rider Federal Court Hands Out Heavy Fines to Eight Men Eight of the alleged night riders of Grant county on trial in the Federal court at Covington were found guilty Saturday and three were acquitted Fines ranging from 100 to 1000 were assessed against the guilty parties by Judge Cochran who released the men on their own recognizance pending an appeal to higher courts The top fine of 1000 was inflicted upon Rev John S Steers a member of the Legislature from Grant county Perry Simpson A C Webb and Jere Carter were fined 500 each Frank K Conrad H L Conrad and R Lee Conrad were fined 1300 each John Cald well was fined 100 The men acquit ted were Marlon Bennett John Callen der and Isaac N Conrad Tho jury was out about three hours The charge by the judge was such that a conviction at least of some of the men on trial was generally predicted Crime to Give it Away Jim Tall Got In Bad All Around For His Generosity Theres so little whisky in Stanford or supposed to bothat Police Judge John N Menefee Jr holds Its just as much an offense against the statutory law not to mention code of ethics to give It away as to sell IL Jim Tall a well known negro was caught giving some booze to a boy and he was given 50 and costs Sole Craig another ne- gro who pulled a Winchester on Tall it is said when Tall was seen giving tho licker away also got 50 and the trimmings The fact was not developed whether Craig had the wea pon concealed about his person or not Baptist Church Insured The Baptist church has just been iii sured for 2500 and after the regular services Sunday morning nearly all of the amount required to pay the premi um about 33 was raised by subscrip tion Messrs Singleton Mahony and Carman were appointed a committee to see the members for further contribu dons to complete tho fund required The Markets Cincinnati Apr 18 Cattle Receipts 93 market quiet and steady fair to good shippers 685 1 775Ho aRe ceipts 839 market steady butchers and 750rii 975 SheepMarketsteady receipts uoncUO CA 635 Lambs Market steady 050 i 8 35 Helm has no nppnMtion eo the comm tteecalid ntf the primary and de dared Mr Hn Kid nominee as the inanimoai clincu u the party in the districtM was in Stanford before the committee meeting shaking hands with his many friends and receiving their hearty congratulations He will return to Washington at once to his duo ties He says that he believes that the insurgents are determined to unseat Cannon as speaker and will vote with the democrats to do so before the end or the session v Rivers Raging Colored Farmers Narrow Escape Fording Hanging Fork Dlx river Hanging Fork and other streams in this section of the state are raging o d far out of their banks as a result of the heavy rains of the past week Bud Rowe a negro farmer tried to cross Hanging Fork at the ford near the old Dawson mill and his horse and buggy were swept away He barely escaped with his life by swimming The horse got loose from his buggy and harness and was saved but the buggy was smashed to splinters on the rocks and was lost Dlx river is so high as to be past fording in most places and considera variouspointsThe farmers are complaining that they have had enough rain and arel ready for the downpour to stop w nle It snowed a little in Stanford Monday about noon Cut In Two By Train George Hasty a farmer of Rockcas tie county aged 56 while walking on his way home from MU Vernon was run over by an L N freight train- i t tunnel No2 two miles east of Mt Vernon His bodywas cut In twoa portion of which was left in the tunnel The other was thrown a distance out of the mouth of the tunnel Owing to un derground darkness none of the crew knew they had struck a man until in formed of the fact 50 miles down tb road London Postoffice Robbed The postoffice in London was entered by burglars at 3 oclock Saturday morning and was suscessfully looted I The large steel safe was blown t pieces by nitro glycrrine and nearly 3 000 in cash and stamps taken Big Holdup In The West The ChinaJapan mail train was held up at Spring Cal by two masked men Nine pouches of registered mail were taken Four were recovered but the others were emptied The passengers were not disturbed Tho robbers Oed to the mountains Posses In automo biles followed the bandits TUB trial of Tom Evans the brake man charged with shooting Buckskin Bill Dalton several weeks ago at land was again postponed to this wee by Judge Bailey on account of absence of witnesses J H Baughman sold to JE Ander eon of Pt Leavell a 4 year old draft mare for 186 to Andy Tucker a pair of 5 year old mares for 410 and to Jas Rogers a 4yearold horse for 210 and a mere for 220 TWO DAYS FIXED FOR SPRING CLEANING Council Sets April 22 and 23 And Requests All Citizens to Co Operate Stanford is to be given an old fash ioned cleaning Up on April 22 and 23 The city council at a special meeting Thursday night adopted the suggestion of the womens Civic Improvement Club and agreed to furnish a horse and wagon and two men to go over the city and take up and cart away all de brie on the days named Everyone will be required Jo have ITS or her back yard and premises cleaned and the debris and trash deposited on the street in front of the residence so that the taking up and carting away of the dirt may require no more time than Is absolutely necessary The city fathers are determined to give the city a thorough spring cleaning and hope for the hearty cooperation of all citizens in this good work as well as the mem bens of the Civic Improvement Club pellagra and Hookworm Will be Discussed at Meeting Of Physicians Here The Central Kentucky Medical Socie ty of which Dr J G Carpenter of this city is president and Dr J Tom Price of Harrodsburg secretary will meet in Stanford at the St Asaph Hotel Thursday April 21st at 10 oclock A a4 Dr Rice Cowan will be the es sayist of the day with the subject of Pellagra Dr Carpenter will discuss the Hookworm disease Uncinarlasis Voluntary essays plates diagrams and pathological specimens presented on this occasion will be highly appreci ated by the members The members are also invited to present Interesting cases for clinics The officers say that this will be a postgraduate course for one day and that no physician can af ford to miss it THE Lincoln County Medical Society has also been called to meet here on Thursday in conjunction with the Cen tral Kentucky Society the lowest pos bleconsistent quality W E PERKINCRAB I R Hughes T W Humble j LiYingstdnteele Much interest is felt in this announcement which comes from Crab Orchard Elder and Mrs J G Livingston announce the engagement of their daughter Margaretto Mr Claude Clayton Leete of Washingtonetile wedding to occur in June Ladies Auction At Crab Orchard The Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tim church of Crab Orchard will hold- I an auction of home made rugs cakes and ether good and useful thinKs about a home on text Saturday April 23 at the Gover Hotel Thq proceeds go to wards furnishing the church and all are invited to attend Sells His Home WT Smith has sold his nice home on Whitley avenue to W H Brady and is talking of moving away from Stan ford Reaching The Top In calling of life demands a vigor otIS body and a keen brain Without health there ia no success But Electric is the greatest Health Builder compelskneys and bowels purittesand enriches the blood tones the whole system and enables to stand the wear add tear of dalywork After months of suffering from kidney trouble writes W M Sherman Me three bottles of Electric Bitters made me feel like a pew roan 60c at Pen nys Drug Store J CORN GROWERS CLUB- ORGANIZED f HERE t Expert Delivers Address On Cul tivation and Pure Bred Seed Is Distributed to Members As a result of the crusade for better seed which Commissioner of Agriculture Rankin has just concluded in 40 counties of Kentucky it is expected that the corn crop this season will excel that grown In any previous year qualItl purebrednished to the members and a great showing is expected Ten counties of the state were canvassed in this way splendidOtherseason until the campaign for better seed and more corn is carried into ev ery section of the commonwealth This seasons campaign was closed here Friday when a club was organized with about 50 members composed of some of the most progressive farmers of Lincoln county and community Hon W H Strange of Hart county gave the club many valuable hints on production of a better grade of corn and its cultivation and then distributed the seed The Lincoln County Club was organized with the following officers A W Carpenter president Peter Carter first vice president William Beck second vice president Shelton Saufley secretary William Bright treasurer The members of the Lincoln county club are as follows P W Carter J T Roberta J H Engleman D M Walker S J McKittrick W A Coffey A C Alford W A Pulliam G W Hasty W D Hanson W M Mc Cormack J W Hocker George Hail S R Hanson J Nevin Carter F P Spoonamore S J Embry Jr James E Gooch J F Peyton Wm Beck Jf C Eubanks R C Engleman J I Wilmot W A Hatcher J C Pepples John Cook W C Pettus Miller Mc Cormack Ex Reynolds A W Carpen ter Shelton M Saufley S J Embry Jr Sam Castello J M Pettus W M Bright W P Logan Dr C Fowler J D Beazley J T Embry S M Brown Josh Jones J E Bruce sad Garner Price The club will meet again at the call if the president Each member is required to report to the officers of the club or to the commissioner of agricul ture the result ot his work with the pure bred seed corn FelandWatt Handsomely engraved invitations lave been received by many friends of he contracting parties here reading as follows J Mrs Arraited Mllner Poland 1 request the honor of your presence at the marriage of her daughter Nancy Adele to Mr John Rutherford Watt- ednerdaymorning April twentjrievanth nineteen hundred nml ten at halt past ten oclock N Baptist Church Danville Kentucky Wrong Kind of Fish a Mrs Mark Hardlh and Mite Miry Mobley receiv dquitea shock while fishing at the reservoir last week They were using short poles when Mrs Har din secured a very strong bite She finally landed the bite which proved to be a large snapping turtle The ladies were not looking for that kind of fish and dropped their catch in a hurry It was finally landed and killed by some men and It is said to have been a whopper r Back to Philippines News has been received here that Trueheart Bourn an old Stanford boy has returned to the Philippine hlandN where he served Several years in the army Mr Bourne Is a nephew of Miss Florence Trueheart of this city After his term of enlistment expired he came back to the United States and has been engaged in business at Hunting ton W Va He had several chums whOremaIned in the far western is lands however and decided to join them again He sailed from San Fran 0risen on April 5th Its TheWorlds Best No one has ever made a salve oint ment or balm to compare with Buck lena Arnica Salve Its the one perfect healer of Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sores Scalds Boils Ulcers Eszema Salt Rheum For Sore Eyes Cold Sores and Chapped hands or Sprains It Is su prates Infallible forPl Only Etid at Pennys Drug Store ft o u q o p 4 + a z i- y I 0 eIGE TWO tTHINTEEIOE JOTJENAL STANFORD KY APRIL lW1910 I r jJ 11 I lJlE iNTERlORjOliRNAL Established 1872 TUESDAY AND FRIDAY 1 At Jl Per Year in Advance t HELTON I SAUFLEVpubllherI Entered at the Post Office at Stanford t Ky as Second Class mall tIHARVEY HELM Lincoln county U ft candidate for reo nominetlunforCungresa from the Eighth district subject to of the demo cratic party WE profess ignorance of all the ins I and outs of the telephone situation in Stanford but whatever the state of I case we would advise the city council to go mighty slow in taking any action which might force the East Tennessee Telephone Co to cease furnishing its service to the people of this city and community In the first place I all the old subscribers to its service are t Retting advantage of the 2 and 1 rate and we are informed that fully two thirds of the subscribers have this rate Practically every city in the state the size of Stanford and a great many larg er have the 275 and 165 rate where the East Tennessee service is used Other telephone systems can undoubt be secured at a slightly smaller frate but the character of service and area of territory which can be covered should be considered We have had ex periencejwith both the East Tennessee service and the Independent or Home Telephone service and we say frank I I ly that where we have seen both inuse there was no comparison between the two the East Tennessee being so much the superior Harrodsburg is said to have learned a lesson which should prove valuable here Those subscribers who are now paying tolls at 2 and 1 will certainly not appreciate any change of conditions which would force them to pay higher Wo believe that 1 the city fathers will do what they be lieve to be for the best interests of theI city in this matter but wonld caution them to go slow Be sure of the result of every step before they proceed no what course of action they may 1matterdecide upon iTile Somerset Journal has been from a semiweekly to a week ly thus making four weeklies there t Those many citizens of Pulaski who like to have their news twice a wee can still get it from the columns the cheapest and bestthe INTERIOR JOURNAL which will continue do i ing business at the old stand and every Tuesday and Friday t Sunday Schools Organized Rev J S Hoskins of the Baptist t r church organized a Sundayschool t t the Union Chapel at Rowland Sunday afternoon J C McClary organized the children at Coffeys schoolhouse with Mr Lay as superintendent About 25 scholars were enrolled in terett manifested Public Sale I Having sold my home to W H Bra dy I will on Saturday April 23 sell to the highest bidder all of my household l and kitchen furniture a few farming implements in good condition a buggy and set of harness in nice shape one y mare in foal and other things too nu i merous to mention W T Smith a Stanford Ky Sale at 1 oclock i Notice f On Friday and Saturday the 22d and 23d of April 1910 the city council has directed that all property owners and renters clean up their premises team wagon and driver will be furni ed by the city on the above days t make the round to carry away your y trash and rubbish Be ready for him whenever he comes W K Shugars J R Powell San- tarq Committee t Black Joe r This handsome young stallion the l property of JD Son will make the seasonof 19 10at my barn in Ky at the lrI very reasonable price oC15 to in sure a livingcolt Black Joe by the noted sire Pre 1 dar = mont Hambletonian a horse 15A hands high weighing 5 gaited and very fast t his rack and trot with 4plenty of horse style and achefarmer the to 1breed to tot the best all roun horse See this horse before yo book your mares and I know you I I t will go no further Will keep IIongrass at 250 per month but will not be responsible for accident or escape of stock retained I t t on colt for season until paid Sea 4 son is due if mares are traded or or bred to other stock BAILEYf1t J i t iI lEczema A Germ Disease Can Now Be Cured The medical profession is all agreed that Eczema it a germ dlstase but the thing that has baffled them is to find some remedy that will get to the germs and destroy them 2haseolvedgerms to the surface of the skin and de stroying the germ life that causes the diseases The whole method of treat ment and cure by Zemo Is explained in an interesting book on the subject is sued by the makers of Zemo It tells how to cure yourself at home of Ecze ma Blackheads Pimples Dandruffand all diseases of the skin and scalp Call at Pennys Drug Store for the booklet is and learn more about this clean sim it pie remedy that is now recognized the standard treatment for all diseases of the skin and sc- alpRed Light I Red sorrel borse 4 years old 10 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 vedlgreeLbe by C F Clay 218 1st Wilkes Red Lights 1st dam was Day Maid by Ceeillan 230 son of the great Gambctta Wilkes 2nd dam Nell by old Balsora 3rd dam NoonJay by St Elmo 4th dam Mid TwilightbyWagner promising saylmg that with his size style form speed and action that he is bound to prove a great stock horse Will stand at my livery barn In Stanford at 815 to Insure a living colt money due when colt is foaled or mare parted with Be sure to see him before breeding your good mares Q G BEAZLEY Stanford Ky King Eagle Jr1 EagleI PedigreeSired byS T Harris King RoyalKinrMountz 2564 wa by the noted tire Cabbelli Leiagton F S King Eaale s lit dam Hip 3579 she by Eagle Bud 1014 he by Old King Eagle 750 2d dam Red Lion 3d dam Harris Den JimBellnon the byOld Drennon tad dam Copper Hot tom and runa to Derry Crocltell thorough bred Hkr stands full 16 34 hands high weight I 425 Ibs wayA of speed style and action and his colts show that iaa SpringthaItime He will male the reason of 1910 at our FlIhinllCI We also want to clean up our pants t rte and will give you real bargains In wants 75buriurI60 pants now 120 140hPpur 2SO pants now 200 apur 300 pants now 240 a ur 400 pants nqw 320- ur 500 pants now4CHAR- DWARE o I I We carry a godllne of hardware and blows We keep In stock at all times n ChattanooY givho1 Horse collars 75c up to the best team ollarWe i offer some real bargains In blind bridles bytareaOnward i Tnmiylvanla In A seven heat race In IM and the same year won the 110000 llonnor Memorial nnd the it nnd M all in broken heots and sold for IlOJ and later for m lipunIbwfsclassl1greatest money winners on the grand cir cult In 1IW- Onward Hllver liLy Onward one of the and best sons of George WilkeOnward duin was the dam of Director th sire of that great family of trotters an bir to The Way 2I5yi and ball sister to tadlene Patchen ton dam of Kubber 210 Winchester 819 Dilly Wilton lzo and BogRaOreRaglePatltlen Don Varrlck dam produced Dr Conner thLexingtonsold to N WIIublngerof New Haven for trottedbahsltmlleonthe Maggie Igo that nmn truck at is months old In 111 and cold for 500 Don Varrlck U feat game and always on the trot very rarely ever leaves his feet In 8 quateron110 and the mile tn2xi3Gon ho outside of tract Please note the rich Inheritance of tonlcant miss the tour things every loolrsSorbredper dayand all care taken but will nut be responsible for accidents or escapes Don Varrlck Is a 210 trotter if he bad the proper handling Also at same pined will stand TWO Mighty JacKs Two I OLIF1ON and HUSHKL pointsU t A rangy neck Ihaiplenty bdonelitidtubstanc 8and ns a breeder he Is not surpassed RUSSEL oliastd abreederthese Jacks will serve mares at 110 to Iniure a living colt Trodlnftho mare forfeits the insurance taken to prevett accidents but will not be responsible should I afterJuneE P WOODS JH WOODS V e Almont Daze 3228 A S H R Sired by Die Dare 1962 he by Qittttl Dare 10 by Black Squirrel 58 he by KiRK William 97 lit dm Toiwy 4768 altO byAbdal4hnd darn Lady UarJ by Crit Dorris by Hour Chief 3rd darn Mattis S by Foreign tdght by Foreigner Clenco 4t darn Bet lie C by Cunninghams CopperboUom 5lh dun by Imported Buzzard NOTEAlmont Dare so lar at we are able to discover u the first horse on record having to hit credit the honor of defeating with his own progeny those ol hit sire Dignity Due Since became a tire he hat had irom I to 4 premium colts shown each at the different county and lheyyare developing into a fine lot ol walk trot and 5 gaited ones This horse the result of a mating with ihe best dams and liroblainahle and ai a natural result a fine horse beautiful bay about 16 hands andmade tat would weigh around 1200 pounds A how horse among champions fully their peers going 6 distinct carts fast true and naturally extremely high A high Is lodI one He u a full brother tothai walktrol H WE Superior 2horie planter bothedge and dropping plates al ti Superior planters and fertilizers These planters been and satisfaction weHe Kentuckya Insures Tohacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance rnJesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone So Office 05 Insure with me and fully protected J C McClary ndertaker Embalmer and osier In Harrioss Saddlery STANFORD KY tea Phone ler Home fboneS1 D CARTER13 New Livery Street j Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY A W CURD AUCTIONEER Burgin KentucKy I am a graduate of Jones National Hcbool Auctioneers Chicago and have hud ex pcrlenco In this big cattle sales at the stock Yard Chicago whore wo sold some thoroughbreds as as laO Also in horse sales where BOsales were mode each day Auctioneering is a science and I have studied it with this idea tlte or phone me canYand Ornamental Trees I OardensOataloguese HF Hillenmcyer Son liKXIVOTOM Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monu mentsr LawnIKlnney Ky TO THE FARMERS 1 will continue to handle Fertilizers In the Jumbo and McKinney sections and ask my old patrons to remember me I oho od tbe of nlan new customers DOHIPILEp Y Spring Summer Stock tlaveyour measure taken by n tailor of ex penance Then your whetnera low oVflnlngclothewhich plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will also take your men topsoatsisamples on band ready fur BOnUPL1CY uurlnlPfCtlonj I- 1Ikr u i KffNetm that eat a 4 +ibld fee J600fidfc Trosyi DOTS thai hWOll mere preroKjoH than any ware ever shed by Dignity yam and a list oi others too nutnoou to men ThSt hone owing to ago and location will make the season at our liable 2 12 miles from HuttoBvitle oa HutteaviHe and Liberty pike 15 to insure a live colt Muss traded or bred elsewhere renders season due Gras in abundance at 2 month Our at rrP9aiblelorinspection invited E S POWELL fit SON- HutooUle Ky PBUCHKUON Sidi62761Imported from Franco 1007 foaled loOt Sidi will stand at the Nunnol cy Stork Yards Will let hint serve a few mares at 815 to Insure a living colt Notiesponslblofor accident Mares pastured at 1260 per month Phone 134 O WALKER Stanford Ky Have the corn with flat so the 1 horse have tested give ono retarts HIGGINS Stanford be Depot Union Fruit KBfCTCCKT clothes at JLBeazleyCo Undertaken and Ernbaltr en Also Dealcn in Ft r niturc JMattingsRuga They will exchange Furniture for li Kind of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUC IT Fish Pennington Insurance and Real Estate- All kinds INSURANCE on all kinds of property Only the larg est companies represented Rates as low as can be had anywhere Stanford Ky Phone 200 CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can turnuh the public with the best ar well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make k specialty of wreath tor for funeral purposes In connection with the above 1 have all kind of vegetables on hand at reasonable price OJlRlBTMAN OKKEN I10UHEH KD lluunaanPaoa Btantrd i- cyCONCRETING rwe are in position to do all kinds of eon oreting as Work Pavement and In fact we can make any thing from i house down to a fence post We can sere yon promptly and guarantee flr tcaiwork and our price before you buy your material at Jean PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky J J BELDEN For house carriage and sign painting deco rails paper banging also buggy trlmmln of all vets as recovered curtain and boots made HtopoverAldrldgesblocl smith shop West Main St Phone Noe 2K- J JBELDKX Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to tell privately my stock of Oro eerie and Hardware n good bust ness Will invoice about fA Iteason llihealtbOEO D HOPPKH Stanford Ky ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE THOSE having claims against the es tate of Geo Saufley debased are notified to present same to the under signed properly proven for payment These owing will please make set- tJ lent with me at on9 George L Pm y adafetotrttor a YOUNG MENS LOftGHORTir Edcrhcimer Stein Cod UItIU 2atwYoung Men t t Never In our business life have we been so well prepared to furnish you exactly the correct thing ns we ore today in young inens clothes We hove nil the new wrinkles such l as the heavy padded shoulders full bloomer trousers with n three inch turn up and tunnel belt straps There is no tail Eatoring under the sun better at 1250 to 751J the suit H McROBERTSat V Stanford Kentucky G L Icuny R H Coffey E R Coleman 1 r acs Poultry anacoa themIsof disease and keep them in- goal thrifty condition The increnw in the number payforIt is POIt1at Penny Drug sto- rePENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky When You Have IS rcJtd1CeTo Sell Call IL B Northcqtt Stanford Ky Phone 153i THUHMANK TUDOR Manager f I S r 1 f ne trw r t k a + c r- f fI r- q 4 1 j1P = AZ APRI7r 1ttk1910 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KX PAGE THR e i V L New Spring Shoes 1 fr 5S I ra 4 wi F a 1 Our new low shoes have all the stylo and quality possible for human skill and experience to putjrito a shoe There is a certain refinement the shoes that few possess The effect of your dress is spoiled by on ill fitting badly lasted Shoe We have the new one two or three strap slippcrsin suede gun metal patent Let us fit you with the style that- 1oDksbestton your fees Prices 250 3 and 350 r J I SEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky II 1 IBobbin and Shuttles fo 1NEEDLESmachines PERSONALS at Pennys Drug HON P M McKooenTS went up to Mt Vernon yesterday bn legal buaincss Miss OLUB HAINES of Corbin Is on a visit to her sister Mrs Bowent Goode I I MR AND MRS W T SMITH were In Lexington with friends Sunday 1 MIME FETRO visited Miss Georgia Lewis at Willlanwburg Sunday MR AND MRS J S DAUCIIMAN were In Lextagton last week J C BAILEY of Crab Orchard made a bttslnew trip to Lexington MISSES LlLUAN AND GRACIE COCH RAN of Garrard are the guests of their aunt Mrs W C Fish MRS H K BOURNE of New Castle It hero with her mother Mrs Lou Shanks en route to Columbus Ga where she will attend tho wedding of her brother Thomas nSh ank to Mtea Mattie Hays Owsley on the 21st MR AND MRS THOMAS H EADS returned Saturday from a weeks visit in LaahvMleto Mrs Eads father Mr Ed WallerMR AND Mas T L CARPENTER Mr r Mrs Jess Carpenter of Huston tills visited Mr and Mrs C F Mont gomery at Liberty THOMAS SHANKS left yesterday for Columbus Ga where his wedding to r Hits Matlifl Hays Owslfy will be 10- 1eMnlzed on Thursday evening April 21 went1South KirbyrOIJrooH Shanks j EC WALTON end son Claiborne ate at Mirtlnsvllle Ind FUllER LEO and John Wenzel of Ot tcnheim wore pleasant visitors hero last week MR AND MRS T C WILLIS were the guests of his parents Capt and Mrs J B Willis at Crab OrchardRich mend Register Miss MATTIE LEE HUDDLE who is at Hamilton College Lexington is with her parents Senator and Mrs R L Hubble HERMAN ENSSLIN formerly county has settled at St Joe IdahoIwhore he Is doing well and is pleated with the western writes back G C FISH chairman of the Rockcas tlo county democratic committee was in town Monday and paid this office a pleasant call en route to the district committee meeting at Nicholasvllle Miss JOB HELEN MARET who has been spending the winter In Florida with her mother and sister surprised her many Kentucky relatives and friends by the announcement that she had married The fortunate groom is Grant Trumbo of Frankfort and ho is Indeed to be congratulated on winning such a bright young helpmeet Lan caster Record Rev Yandall was with Rev C C and Mrs Brown this week J S Rob inion is at homo from Columbus Ga after spending the winter Mrs John Nevius and little sons have returned to Lebanon Junction after a visit to Mm It H Batson Mrs and Mrs W K Shugars and son W K Jr of Stanford were guests Sunday of Judge W Shugars and family Mm G A Swine broad leaves soon for a short stay at d- I IWhr Not I Thl I tt BestI T TV 1 A Good Shape Shoe Adds More to your Dress than Anything lbelse The best Shoe made is the E8LI1BI1av Holdslits Shape Wears r Longer than any other and looks neater Shoes and Oxfords in f 5 Patent Tan GunMetal t t J and all kinds at i 5 and 550r WearersI9 L STANFORD KENTU- CKYJ11I II I r New Wash Suits L l Y t o1 Z IN tS 7 1f f I The wash coat suitjs n necessity in every ladys wardrobe they ale comfortable clean and fresh looking and take the place of a thin dress or woolen dress If you paid the price ve ask for the suit for the mak ing alone you cou Id not get any better workmanship Every skirt to these suits ore shrunk before snaking so there is no drawing up Prices 5 to Sll1 I I t t I Crab Orchard Springs Miss Amanda Anderson has been a recent visitor of I Mr and Mrs Jack Beazley at Stan ford J R Harris of Stanford chme over Tuesday to help us out on the pat per Lancaster Record LOCALS t WEDDING presents at W H Mud IeraS C B Brown Leghorn eggs 50 ate for setting of 15 Write or phone Mrs 44tIHave several nice pieces of carpets now on hand for sale Firstclass work and at reasonable prices Mrs W L Dish on Milledgeville LOST legged flee white with brindle spots and wearing a collar Re ward for return to J L Beazley Stan ford 142 Cur glass and solid silver spoon etc at W H Mueller S C B LEGHORN eggs for sole Best laying strain Writo or phone Mrs R L Berry Hustonville Ky 7 10 J THOSE owing me will plcdso come and pay me for winter huts and I will sell you a nice Spring one Miss Ella May Saunders 14 2 bread is exactly alike other bread only its different You will find it fresh at the Country Store CARL CARTER is suffering from n fractured nose sustained while play fully wrestling with Wesley Embryo MAMIE C STRAUB was the lucky winner of the basket of groceries for the holder of the winning coupon at the Thentorlum last week Her number which drew the basket was 472 F W II MURPHY brought nfreak to town Monday In the shape of a two headed calf skin which he took from an animal born on his place a short time ago It did not live long o 0s Saturday April 30 a handsome set of silverware will be given away to the holder of the lucky coupon given with a ticket to the Theatorlum during this week and next Every ticket is sued each night bears a number You maywin this handsome prize if you go to the show Delightful Dance Young Folks Trip Light Fantas ticMay Form German Club A delightful dance was given at the opera house on Friday evening which was enjoyed by a large number of belles and beaux from this and adjoining coun ties The occasion was pleasantly in formal but the girls all wore becoming light gowns and everyone had a joyous time until an early hour This Is prob ably the first of a series of dances here for there is talk of organizing a Ger man Club to give dances every few weeks and many believe It would prove a very popular innovation Among those dancing were Mike Penny and Misa Nancy Yeager Walter Milburn and Miss Sallie Taylor Woods Earl Coleman and Miss Sue Taylor En gleman Carl Carter and Miss Lucy Lee Walton Hubert Carpenter and Miss Frances Cooper Bragg Thompson and Miss Kittle Huffman Will Martin and Miss Lorraine Campbell Boyd Weath erford and Misses Lula Llllard and Le titla Warren of Danville Lee Rupley and Miss Levisa Harris T W Pen nington and MisaJPrill Newborn T J Hill Jr and Miss Frances Adams James Yowell and Miss Bee Newborn of Hustonville Will Stagg and Miss Cora Goode of Hustonville Joe Will Rout and Miss Ada Alcorn Huston ville Tom Phillips and Miss Clark Har ry Camnltz and Miss Lula Cochran of Hustonville John Menefee and Miss Sara Baughman Stags Rowland Dish Walter Carron Cleve Dunn and Walker McKinney of Hustonville Wesley Embry McCarty James T Menofce Ashby Warren Messrs Falconer Eastlnnd and Green of Dan ancIiberry Bright Mr and Mrs Homer Wray Mr and Mrs S M Mr and Mrs B D Carter Mrs Anne En gleman Mrs Bessie McKinney 1SEE the display of mens and wo mens shoes and slippers at the Coun try Store TilE baseball team defeated the Mlddleburg boys by the score of 15 to 2 OLD papers for sale all nice end clean suitable for shelves etc 25 for So This office NEW druggets and mtttfngs just re celved W A Tribble It Second hand Bell City separator toy sale at a bargain W 0 Walker tf SUIT GARLAND SINGLETON will beat McKinney on the 26th to receive the census reports JOHN LUTES has bought out the gen eral merchandise store of Jas Young at Highland and will continue to run It along the lines which have made it so popular with people in that community in the past Mr Young had con ducten this store for many years past Mr Lutes has been making Hustonville his home Preachersville Gene Duveli has had better luck ang ling this season than any of our boys having caught a 31 pound bass at the Six Good Uns fishing hole Rev Pierce Bryant preached at the Baptist church Sunday morning He does not hold services on Saturday night and as a consequence some of our young people are plannirgfor Saturday night socials or hay rides Kendall Smith of near Walnut Flat came near losing a good mute a few days ago A section harrow which was being turned too quickly jumped and struck the mule broadside inflict ing several bad wounds John Rigsby sold to Stephen Walker a mare for 160 also a harness horse for a good price J L Kennedy sold 10 calves to Garner Price at 15 J H Thompson sold 10 hogs to J M Cress at lOc John WJtJhams sold some corn to a Crab Orc nl party at 350 deliv ered J P Ballard bought 78 ewes at 550 with lambs thrown in August Bartels the hustling grain hay and coal dealer of Griffin station has embarked in the milling business He will grind crush or shell anything you bring him on Tuesdays His clever helper Ley Sowders says they deserve and will get a share of the public plat ronageJ Kennedy took charge of the Billard store on the 15th Mr Ballard retires from the mercantile business with the respect and best wishes of our people All the stores here now are in charge of two brothers in law and their two sonsinlaw while another sonin law has agreed not to sell goods herein opposition to his successor How near a trust Miss Irene Ballard Is visiting Mrs Mary McGinnis at Tappahanna Miss Jennie Rodgers of Crab Orchard was tha guest of Miss Katherine Melvin at her home here Miss Eva Wilson of Harmony Is the attractive guest of Misses Jessie and Lucile Ballard Grover Gnstlneau and wife of Garrard wore visiting friends here Mrs A J Thompson and daughter of Boyle were with relatives In this section Miss Ella Sprinkles of Rowland is vis iting her sister Mrs Logan Thompson F F Cummins and wife will move to Crab Orchard this week Virgil Rob erts of near Danville has been with Messrs J F and T J Shaw Harry Payne of Lebanon Junction was visit ing the family of his uccle J F Payne C B King of Norman Okla is visiting at Grove Kennedys BLACKSMITHING I llrlng your Dlackimltblng and general repair work to me florae hoeing tree Mntlifactlon guaranteed shop opposite Ihllllpi concrete tore JAMES HnAOKETT Stanford Ky 200000 Feet ef Lumber At The Right Prices I have 200000 feet of lumber suitable for tobacco barns and oth er building purposes at reasonable prices Call on me or write me for prices and tell me what you want and I can suit youWALKER OWENS Pongo Ky Shipping Point Mt Vernon PRETTY THIN GOODS FOR THE DRESS UP DRESS r Korah Foulards rharL q BELMAR POPLIN v 7 Comes in all the new Spring shades looks like silk washes well atcosts less Only t5c yd- MONOTONE SILK AND CANTON SILK These part silk fabrics ore for style and beauty unsurpassed tfery suitable for this seasons style of dress 50c yd A 10J M Gcoch sold a nice Jersey bull to B W Gaines at a fancy price J R E Bruce sold 250 750 pound cattle to Richard Dunn of Madison at Gc WANTEDMONEYW111buy any old coins you may have Address H Har ris Frankfort Ky PURl Plymouth Rock eggs I for NunnelltyTumersville FOR SALEFewniceDolT Orping hatchIngMrsD No1 SEED sweet potatoep lawn mowers ice cream freezers 1 t George H Frris Hows This- W offer Ou Hundred Dollars Reward for any wallataaaF 1 CHENEY A CO Toted O cbeneyforanoelaayebbWALDUO KINNAJC 4UaelY aIrandlnctly upon the blood and mucous eurtant ot tha petbottleI Tate Uairi Family raw for eoniUpatlcn J fit ipeclaliy Hpectalrates The forintf Lin tnnn ivhim la tcwn I Forced to Leave Home Every year a large number of pOOr 1 whose lungs arc sore sad I racked with coughs are urged to ga to another climate But this is costlyaunt not always Theres a betttr try Let Dr Kings New Discovery csra sow at It cured me of lung true blo writes W R Nelson of Cifan mine Ark when all else failed tad I gained pounds in weight Its our ly the King of all cough and tune If Thousands owe their lives MIll to it Its positively for Coughs Colds LaGrippe Asthrvs Croupall throat and lung Jo1nVQDru Lumber For Said 120000 feet of Boxing Shezting and Frame Lumber for Burn Pat terns which I will sell for cw3i oc trade for Corn Hay or good Sorsee and Mules Prices on this sonable I want sell Writsjme at once C J SIPPLE London 1y Ir j I Farmers Necessities sI r r j We now have in stock ready for your inspection culti vators double shovels corn drills post hole diggers single wire stretchers hay forks goose neck hoes long and short shovels spades spading Forks plow handles double shovel bladesjSmooth and barbed wire wire cutters American poultry and field fence Yo are also agents for the Tiger tobacco setter as to prices they are the lowest possi bleconsisktent quality W E PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY 1L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin I t II I 1erdsI J We r have M just received I InJldT LI not find a bet anylwhere The very latest that the market can furnish hi pat ents vicis kid etc Prices from 1 toSS50 I HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes t- L STANFORD KENTUCKY f i CLEMENS HOTEL ELKIN Pror DANVILLE KENTUCKYL- arge airy outside room OommenUl travelers a bywtek or month proprietor Iltl member when nnd topping his his sufferers sure home 47 cures health guarantees Irctbles Barn for to Respectfully handle a L N TIME TABLE r- I No SI South 11J p M Nc8outh10 A n No71North4t0A xs I No rr North 549 r n No ff 1029 AiM NoS8SIfOP x- JOS 8 RICE Agcnt I n fir Mu l c 1 t- ner jct q P ta PAGE FOUR THE JNTEBIQRJOUBNlJi STANFORD KT APRHJ iStb 1910 tL 1 THE WARFIELD malttsat Propertr of H bL Owens dt Son Stc Kinney Xv bark bay ttalllon le hands foaled Augl 111011brld nt V11inge by Dare DevhYoo aorie ihowwinnlnefbe won seven chlllll Bionttilps National Horse HUow lint dim- Xaughiv ulrl by Hex AnnerlOUR W four a sacs record SIIH sire of American Reile three yetars record YJr and x9 others Sn m lilt n ion of Onwnnl UU n cord 2tIIIrt of 18 others la 210 lilt Cnwnnlwnsnretlby Oeo Wllki TJUfe Hee Dam uttered aired by Munihrlvo Xing lt75stra of MI Including Lady ot the Iutlet NutwoodlIl r xrord2ISOnstreofISO In I lit fourth f AmTopnal yBtrathmor 4W tire of 00 InI 2i list t dam rd by Albion stith IMIII Ned by Kdwln Fotett seventh lAdy Turner by Mumbrlyo Chief 11 The Wrfleld lean extra high class horse not frnldof anything adornm at well broken n nny horse In and out of the stable I I Muiifacnrca fJ only by JS Vice 1 j Cashier r Asst j OOTO Lancaster Stanford K Ii 1130 x rt meal OIUU our new line of Saucy t hoe good coat and carries nice bend and tall this Is sure ttenrwd mile in Wday handling SJI Tht warfleld Is truly mode Individuality and bred lines that entitle him tobecomne sire of note seeing that Isft son of the grent race horse and famou Dare DevtlleJ the latter earned the tulle of the Monarch of tho home stretch while on the turf nnd ester retirement to the stud acquired renown us lire Not only hue theDure DavlU Krcat racehorses but the family hat furnished many noted show ring winners ns well a- Dore levll and Inbrlno King tooth champion show of National fnme rec lred more money In the show ring than nuy two stallions In the world hake the aeriW11 ut farm one tulle from McKinney Ky at SIll to In lug colt Vll ulto stand Rood black Jack Brigand Young sired by nrltinoller runs buck to 8rlgnolltr sides nI cone sold for more money than any jacks In Stanford lie Is IVy baixlsi tauds well his feett sure foul setter He Is In every totniUIP SMaWKNHaQN3Klnm I F fi SAVE YOUR FOWLS poultryremodat with absolute certainty to cure and prevent f RouptJern of lIOult dis fotelsbaslthyandtree turkeysF relII Bourbon 1 Remedy Co t lacMporital Kr U S A AtAII Leading Oruoalsta eon par Bottler Trial VII Froa t8 Sold By SHUGARS and TANNER tC Oe Lincoln County national Dank kYi5OOOOCO Surplus 4300000 Resources 34000000 3 H SHANKS PRESIDENT W BRIGHT l j B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J WI ROCHESTER ASST CASH H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER i i HAYS FOSTER CLERK ij DIREOTORS f WO Walker Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W CarterStanfoid John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford T C Ran TrayloriH Cummins PreachersviUe Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek l FIRST NATIONAL BANK t STANFORD KENTUCKYv ORGANIZED IN 1882- CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 i v HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216 00 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Modern Yt Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account 1OFFICERHocker Presidentt 1s T Harris Presldent John McRoberts 1 H C Baughman Cashr WWSaundersBookkeeperf n a n a o ImperUbable n stolllons present a 4 v f y Service i 1 F Reid J D Elmore J O Walton J S Hocker W Murphy 1 RURAL TELEPHONES cityxt at any time Tiiis can be acpomplishetl by means of our telephone service which you and your can get for a sum that is small compared w- ithithebenefits received Call address our nearest office write direct to icadqutirtcnf Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Far rt i n n Line rate If you are not at present telephone service we R Kentuckytlljnois EAST TENNESSEE TEL TEL CO r INOORIOIlATICDI 11 When HungrY I IIGIrnnl Itostaurnnt Street J Meats carved nt nit hour to r t Best plnco lu wnjfor a good quick 11j CJaoklag cuitoaierjourspcclulty t Splendid i QroecriM I IMrtOateeBandwlohe pie Buttermilk tlmeeiQr if i W j p trotter li grand In he Progenitor ba- lIng Will our Ito be on on t II M CASHIER DIRECTORS H Baughman- M M Peltui CnrmigsSE H r or or enjoying up IAuctioneer I I orTermyservloei totlio of tln HatletuntlonguaranteedMorelnnd Ky It V D No 1 Ilesldcncc Turner vlllB r MASONS MEET S NhAbLwllltueefIn Taooford Kr Members of Utter lodge are Ira PennloxtonW 4 t sabVt In eeAsi r 1 Pence Bros Stanford Ky See us for cultivators wagons buggies and all kinds of Farming machinery FARMERISDEPARTKENT A few finelybred yearling Jersey bulls for sale F Held 32t Registered red Shorthorn bull for sale R C Engleman 152 Five fresh Jersey cows for sale M S Baughman Stanford tf Logan Thompson of Lincoln county bought a bunch of hogs In Pulaski at 71 to lOc Somerset Journal FOR SALE 8vearold work horse 8 yearold work mule Poland China boar L P Nunnelley Lancaster R P D 2 Hughes Swiiebroad sold for E C Gines his lot on W Water street to Joe Nevius for 325 Lancaster Rec ordIn Nicholas county at the Robett Barr sale sheep sold at 9 to 1370 ahead including lambs hogs sold at 12 to 15c cows tO to 70 horses 160 to 180 corn in ten barrel lots as high as Iper barrel FIVE good second hand buggies for sale B D Carter Stanford FOR RENT70 acres grass land on J E Lynn place John G Lynn Bus tonville Ky 4t FOR SALE Pure Boone county white seed cork 125 perjwshol See sample at Lincoln County National and First National Banks Also 15 bushels of cultivated hemp seed S J Embry Jr and John C Pepples Stanford R Bur harness of a regular dealer where you can get quality J C Mc Clary 100 BALES of timothy and some clover for sale Mrs F B Barnett Huston vllle Ky My pure bred seed corn Is on sale at T D Newlanda Stanford Walton Moss 142t Fort SALEChoice Polled Durham and Shorthorn bulls ready for service Also some fresh Jersey cows and belt ers A W Carpenter Moreland Ky Phone No9 Junction City J M Pettus sold to R G Pettus 4 suckling and yearling colts by Beau Naboth for 400 OWING to the rain J T Livingston postponed his sale from Friday to this afternoonGranville Lutes got some high prices for hogs he sold last week He sold 2 shoats to a Duatonville man at 15c per pound They weighed 49 pounds He sold four to George Lunsford at 12c 24 to Thurlow Jones at lOc and 15 to H G Lutes at lOc N W Fowle the popular coal man Rowland had some bad luck with a nice mare he owns She dropped twin colts by the great Preston but one did not live Both were rather small but promfses James Cash and Nevin Carter will stand a splendid mule at Nevin Carters place near Turnersvllle at J8 to insure a living colt 152 BEAU NABOTH sox Ue4uNabolbaBoval UHI record UHf by Blectlaneer IX MetropolitanIIU byDarlbaylIWlljnerleventh dam tired by Tbarotoni tattler 16haudewith the itory of his limited education you begin to ronllze that ho U truly remarkable harness italllonthnt hd must be a great horse liproved by the wonderful progress that ho hat made With very little hAndling he batproven to bo the champion harness ttnlllon of Kentucky He has won over thin boat ofhllllthanhellJIe him n suddlomnrHbe will get you a saddle colt she him a trotter mare he will get thIsWllkl11IotUuneer staminaCome hlthreeNunnelleyHtockl takenKeeJSiP1tT1It Phone 9r3 Rings Stanford Ky L NOTICElea w T6 ContractorsLetting TUESDAY APRIL 20 1910 Notice is hereby given that I as Supervisor of turnpike roads for LiB coin county Ky will until 10 oclock A M Tuesday April 20 1010 receive sealed bids for stone mill gravel corn tracts on the various sections of turn pikes in said Lincoln county Ky haulingbrenking gravel must bo sealed nnd filedwith mo on or before 10 oclock A M Tuesday April i 6 1010 at Stanford Kynlill no bids will be received after that time Contracts will be let to the lowest and best bidders and con tractors will be required to give bond with surety to be approval by me for the faithful performance of their contracts and for nil penalties and damages for failure to so perform their contracts within the time anti under the conditions hereinafter men tioned Stanford Danville pike sec 1 from Stanford to Mrs Mattie Whites 30 rods stone Same sec 2 from Mrs Mattie Whites gate to Boyle county line 30 rods stone- Stanfonl its Rush Branch pike fee 1 from Stanford do Lancaster pike to Rush Branch 25 rods stone Same eec 2 from Rush Branch to Hubble 20 rods stone Stanford it Crab Orchard pike sec 1 from Stanford to Baughmana gate 20 rods tone Same eec 2 from Buughuians gate to Bywatera gate 15 rods stone Same sec 3 from Bywaters gate to Grub Orchard 40 rolls gmclIStanford Dix River pike sec 2 TraylorsLaneStanford t Lancaster pike fcec 1 from Stanford to Logan e lane 25 rods stone Stanford Waynesburg pike sec 1 from Stanford to Ottcnheim pike 25 rods stone Same sec 2 from Ottenheim pike to Maywood Co rol111at foot of Knob 25 roils stone Same sex 3 from Maywood CoI road to Carters Store 10 rods stone Stanford it Hustonvillo pike sec 1 from Stanford to Cashs store 30 rods stone Same sec 2 from Cashs store to Hanging Fork creek 30 rods stone Same lICe 3from Hanging Fork creek to Huston ville 10 rods stone Huatonville Cofley mill pike CnrIsons ruws Huetonville h Danville pike sec 1 from llustonvillo to Black pike 60 rods stone Same sec 21 from Black pike to Boyle Co line 20 rods stone McKinney A Coffey mill pike sec 2 from Old Toll Gate House to Fair place 25 role ofstone Danvillo it Lancaster pike whole road 15 rods stone Lincoln tit Boyle pike whole road 5 rods stone pikefromand Lancaster pike 0 rods of gravel A rod of stone or gravel shall con sist of 225 cubic feet Hand broken stone and graVel must be on margin of road or section by Sept 15 1010 All gravel must be spread before Oct 15 1010 All Buperi80r nate when and where it is to be s read All crushed stone must be spread not later than Jan 1 1011 All sumo furnished must be good sound bard limestone or quartz and broken into pieces not to exceed two inches in diameter The gravel must be flintyThe representative may reject any material not of proper size or quality Bidders must say wheth er stone will be broken by hand or crushed The supervisor resertesthe right to reject any and all bids Blank forms on which bids may be made can be obtained frtntbe county clerk Copies of bonds may be obtainedat the County Clerks office Lincoln countyowns a rock crusher and contractors will be permitted to usa it at8lper ro- dS K DUDDERAR Supervisor Turnpike Roads for Lin Cote County W A TRIBBLE Furniture aqd Undertaking Day Phone 2jNight Phone 133 Stanford K AtucKy v When you buy a suit of clothes get New York styles all wool at SAM ROBINSONS Stanford Ky Shoes and Oxfords Mens and Boys Clothing Quality and price suit everybodyt f LeL SANDERSfit Crab Orchard Kentucky JIU f to be- with or 1 Ifyon have to sell in the STOCK Take tl L r Nunnelleys New Stock Yards IJ lIe set s every day in the year except Sunday on your stock But market inaw the State with plenty of J ecd and water best covered pens ouhtJoof Louisville or Laxington STANFORD KY Weal o do a general hitch and feed businem W L rOARTYrrw E C WALTON Irce L R HUGIIESS ATV Stanford Real Estate Co KentucKr a I r r Farms and Town Property Handled on Commiuion Stocker anti Bonds Sold If you Have Property to Sell or Rent Notify Us Write for Circular tot L R HUGHES Secretary Stanford Kf Tinoing Plumbing Heotigg Dont let 1010 paw without having hot and coM water through your bouse with a beautiful whito i Porcelain Bath Outfit r Aave W K to install your country water works with reasonable prices and guarantee We also carry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS Roofing and t Roofing PaintsCall see us Tel phpuci 188 IV K WARNER I Stanford KrI1 Polled Angus Bull P will stand my tborquthbrod Polled Angus bull nt my place on Somerset pik i 1150 plenty due whim oowknowu calf part tom LlOJV tJOVttUt EenlgndICr t f anything LINE buysnnd Stanford WARNER Amusement and Enter EveningTlnItt the Theatorlut1llea the Crowl folks everyYnlghtlNOTICE ofJlrsowlorrImmediately B rRUXTT Administrator Mrt IMtIo NHI t