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COUNCIL WILL SELL FRANCHISE HERE THIS WEEK. Many Delegates On Hand Tor C. W. B. M. And Bible School DECLARED DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR THIRD TERM IN CONGRESS TWO DAYS FIXED FOR SPRING CLEANING CORN GROWERS' CLUB ORGANIZED HERE Tj vJ In Stanford Annual .Gatherings. Tha Annual Christian Woman' Hoard of Missions and llible School Convention of the Tenth district, composed of tho counties of Lincoln, Garrard, Madison and Pulaski, will convene in Stanford on Tuesday, April 19, for a two days' session. Delegates from the other three counties of tho district are arriving hero for, the session, and tho people of the city have opened their homes for entertainment of the Kurats. W. I. Williams, of Lancaster, is president of the Oible School Convention and Miss Elizabeth Simpson, of Marksbury, is secretary. Mrs. George Kobinson, cf Lancaster, i C. W. II. M. Manager. The programs for the two days' sessions are as follows: Operate a Telephone System Nothing Heard From K. T. People. 1 Council Sets April 22 and 23 And Expert Delivers Address On CulRequests All Citizens to Cotivation and Pure Bred Seed operate. Is Distributed to Members. Stanford is to bo given an old fashioned cleaning up on April 22 and 23. The city council at a special meeting Thursday night, adopted the suggestion of the women's 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 debris on the days named. Everyone will be required .to have h 8 or her back yard and premises cleaned, and the debris and trash deposited on the street in front of the resldenco so that the taking up nnd 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 of all citizens in this good work as well as the members of the Civic Improvement Club. As a result of the cruinde for better seed, which Commissioner of Agricul ture Rankin has just concluded in 40 counties of Kentucky, it Is expected thut the corn crop this season will ex cel that grown In any previous year both In quantity of production and quality. Corn Growers' Clubs have been organized in these 40 counties and pure ured UooneLounty Whltesced corn furnished to the members, and a great showing Is expected. Ten counties of the state were canvassed in this way last year and the yield was splendid. Other counties will be organized next season, until the campaign for better seed and more corn is carried into every section of the commonwealth. This season's 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 iu cultivation and then distributed the seed. The Lincoln County Club was organized with the following officers: A W. Carpenter, president; Peter Carter, fi'st vice president; William Beck, second vice president; Shelton Saufley, secretary; William Bright, treasurer. The members of the Lincoln county club nre as follows: P. W, Carter, J. T. Roberts, J. II. Engleman, D. M, Walker. S. J. McKittrick, W. A. Coffey, A. C. Alford, W. A. Pulliam, G. W. Hasty, W. D. Hanson. W. M. 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, J. C. Eubanks, R. C. Engleman, J. I. Wilmot; W. A. Hatcher. J. C. Pepples, John Cook, W. C. Pettus, Miller Ex- - Reynolds, A. W. Carpenter, 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 and iitHin th theory th.it the East eu rlppinne ( u. has no legal authority tii be ilmfttf business in Stan, f't' i in nihf r wufiirf, dm ii) legal frati cMitf the cl'oouiuh Htu ireul meet ing hilt weel. (Huld'd t.i udvrti0 for m .i fui.e iho. umt put it up and sell it . in hil.e.1 bidder. The council it lit auJ, to incorporate in prj tiiu iri,islui4 ut the francliisu just wiil tlu-- HUi fur telephones ahull be Ar'ire Terwe sBfrVfla.' SHPBbM.P siMbbL " .. ' ; JSBSBBBBA ;sHk A ,PHBjaiiaH In the my u thi- - It in of that representatives iikI. Hinieiil .1 telephone companies 01 .,ja.4wile or Lexington have g overtures to the Council been n. atKiiite lien, sinco the city for a fathers i;ieidetl in make the East TenTUESDAY. nessee C.i(Tiptiy come down in rates or get out ut town Members of tho counInvocation-- D. M. Walker. cil will not say juit who has been after Welcome-M- rs. E. Tate. Clarence a franchise. Local Munnger Homer Heeponsn-Mi- ss Mary Tribble. llof districts; Wray, of the E T. Company, has Business reporta of auxiliaries; Circles; County heard nothing from the higher officials Manager; District Manager's report; relative to the demand fur lowering of .it 1 Period-Rollca- Pellagra and Hookworm Hon. i! '1 It naming committees. A Model Auxiliary auxiliaries present. the rates. Discussed by Harvey Helm, of Stanford. Will be Discussed at Meeting Of Physicians Here. Election Benefits of Living Links and Life Option -- Mrs. S. K. Yancey. Lines Devotional Mrs. Jennie Carpenter. May Follow Ruling Recess. Iteporta cf Committees. "Tho Children's Hour" Mrs. It. M. J: j V hi W lv I 'I Hopkins. The Circle Discussion led by Mrs. It " E. Mcltoberts. Address Miss Florence Miller. Talks on Kentucky's Special Work-- By Ministers present. Recess. Devotional services. "Christian Education" Calhoun. Announcements. MULE SCHOOL -I- 'rof. II. L. CONVENTION WEDNES-DA- Devotional-- D. M. Walker. , h ' 1310 Front Open Confcrence-"T- he Rank Bible School." Bible Study "Tho Gospel of I. Williams. M. Campaign-- It. Tho State-Wid- e Hopkins S. "A Centennial Appreclatlon-- W. Willis. Appointment of Committees. Recess. Departmental Conferences (a) Superintendent, C. E. Tate; (b) Elementary Grades, Mrs. George Simmons; (c) Adult llible Classes, F. M. Tin-de(d) Teacher Training, John W. Arnold. Quotations from Matthew. Ono Minute Reports from Departmental Conferences. Business Session; (a) Report of Secretary and Statistician, Miss Elizabeth Simpson; (b) Reports of Com rnlttees; (c) Offering for District and State Work. r; "Getting and Givlng"-- F. M. Tinder. "Bible School Equlpment"0penCon-ference- . In the Making of S. Saxby. Character"-!- !. Recces. Devotional Exercises. Kentucky Mission Symposium (ten minutes oacb) (1) "The Needs of this District," P. M. Tinder; (2)' "What this District is Doing to Evangelize Kentucky," H. S. Sax by; (3) "What the Board Is Seek log to do in this District," II. W "The Bible School Elliott. 5 Harry Camaitz Will Go To American Association This Season. Harry Caranltz, of HustonvlIIo, who under contract to the Pittsburg team in tho National League, will probably be placed with an American Association club for another year's experience before he Is kept permanently In the big league. He was In Stanfr'd Friday flight and said he was expecting such a transfer. said: A dispatch from Pittsburg "Young Camnitz In signing his contract this year requested a speedy transfer to aomo other team unless 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 smallerclub to which Is he will be sent." Kills A Murderer. murderer Is Appendicitis with many victims. But Dr. King's Pills kill It by prevention. New Life They gently stimulate stomach, liver and bowels, preventing that clogging that Invite Hppefidkitif, curing eonati-natioheadache, UlliMMee, chill. c at Peony's Drug Store. A merciless h r. opposition, so the com- The Central Kentucky Medical Socie v. .a de-- ' Harvey Helm, of m ttee ci lid mi the primary ana ae ty, of which Dr. J. G. Carpenter, of of Judge Sauf-- clared the democrat' nomine" lor Con- ciured Mr U n , nominee as the this city, is president, and Dr. J. Tom gress in this, the L ghth district, at a nsnimoj' Price, of ley In Bunk Kaum Case. u' the party in the meet in Harrodsburg, secretary, will Stanford at the St. Asaph Ho meeting of the district committee at 2 diitrlct. M. Helm was In Stanford before the tel, Thursday, April 21st, at 10 o'clock In accordance with the county unit o'clock Monday afternoon at Nicholas local option law now upon the statute ville. This is the third nomination committee meeting, shaking hands a. m. Dr. Rice Cowan will be the es books of Kentucky. Judge M C. Sauf-le- y which Mr Helm has received at the' with his many friends and receiving sayist of the day, with tho subject of at Danvillo Fridav held that the hands of his party and every member i heir hearty congratnlations. He will Pellagra. Dr. Carpenter will discuss city council of Danville has a right to of it Is confident that he will carry the return to Washington at once to his du- - the Hookworm disease, "Uncinariasis." essays, plates, diagrams He says that he believes that the Voluntary grant license to sell liquor in that city banner to victory again in November, ' tie 'insurgents are determined to unseat and pathological specimens presented so chooses. Judge Saulley render- as he has done so ably In thepait. if it Friday, April 15, was the last day for Cannon as speaker and will vote with on this occasion will be highly apprcci ed the decision in tho case of Bunk Raum, the noted eclored blind tiger op- entrance to the Congressional primary the democrats to do so before the end atedby the members. The members are also invited to present interesting Mr. o' the sesion. erator, who was before the court act for April 30th. to announce cases for clinics. The officers say that charged with violating the local option course for this will be a law in 33 case. Tho judge held he Rivers Raging. Preacher a Night Rider. one day and that no physician can afordinance could be fined under the city ford to miss it. but could not be imprisoned, as the Tug Lincoln County Medical 'Society state option law could not be construed Federal Court Hands Out Heavy Colored Farmer's Narrow Escape has also been called to meet here on Fording Hanging Fork. to cover his case. Fines to Eight Men. Thursday, In conjunction with the CenIn 1890 Danville voted dry, but no Society. has been held there since. Dix river. Hanging Fork and other tral Kentucky option election Eight of the alleged night riders of The county unit law of 1906, which ex Grant county, on trial in the Federal streams in this section of the stite are the lowest posi Garner Price. The club will meet again at the call empted fourth class cities from a vote court at Covington, were found guilty raging ajjtd far out of their banks as a Lie consiswith the whole county, repealed the old Saturday and three were acquitted result of (he heavy rains of the past of the president. Each member is re- tent with quired to report to the (officers of the option law, and as Danville has not vot- Fines ranging from $100 to $1,000 were week. Bud Rowe, a negro farmer, quality. club or to the commissioner of agricul ed upon the local option question under assessed against the cullty parties by tried to cross Hanging Fork at the ford ture the result of his work with the- the present law, no charge of its viola- Judge Cochran, who released the men near the old Dawson mill, ana nts pure bred seed corn. tion could be sustained. on their own recognizance pending an horse and buggy were swej barely escaped with his Judge Saufley's opinion woke up the appeal to higher courts. temperanco people of the capital of The top tine of $1,000 was inflicted mlng. The horse got Feland-W- att Boyle and it Is said that a locol option upon Rev. John S. Steers, a member of buggy and harness and was saved, but election will be held there at once. It tho Legislature from Grant county. the buggy was smashed to splinters on CRAB ORCHAf Handsomely engraved Invitations ts said that there Is no chance of saloons Perry Simpson, A C Webb and Jere the rocks and was lost Dix river is so high as to be past being licensed in the city, whether an Carter were fined $500 each. Frank K have been received by many friends of election is held or not, for the council Conrad, H. L. Conrad and R Lee Con- fording in most places, and considerathe contracting parties here, reading as various rad were fined 1300 each. John Cald- ble damage is reported at is composed of "dry" men. ollows: well was fined $100. The men acquit- points. Mra.Armited Mllner Felaud The farmers are complaining that ted were Marion Bennett, John CalenrequoU the honor of your pretence "Time of His Life" they have had enough rain and arom der and Isaac N. Conrad. at the marriage of her daughter, i Nancy Adele, The jury was out about three hours. reuuy lor .i ineuuwuwur iu siu(j iui n to 1,. R. Huplies T. W. Humblo Will Be Had In Merry Play at Crab The charge by the Judge was such that wula. It snowed a little in Stanford Mr. John Hutlierford Watt , """" a conviction, at least of some of the Monday about noon. h morning, April Orchard Friday. men on trial, was generally predicted. nineteen hundred nnd ten, nt bait pant ten o'clock Cut In Two By Train. Ilaptltt Church Tho play which thn young people of uvmgston-Leel- e. Danville, Kentucky. Crime to Give it Away. the Crab Orchard Baptist church will George Hasty, a farmer, of Rockcasgivo Friday night 'next to raise funds tle county, aged 5G, while walking on Much interest Is felt in this announce for a new carpet for the church is beVernon, was Wrong Kind of Fish. Jim Tall Cot In Bad All Around his way homu from &Mt. freight train ment, which comes from Crsb Orchard: ing awaited In the East End with much L. N. run over by an For His Generosity. interest. It is entitled "Tho Time or Elder and Mrs. J. G. Livingston 1 1 tunnel No. 2, two miles east of Mt, Mrs. Mark Hardin and Ml Mary announce the engagement HI Life" and is- - In three acts. The Vernon. His body was cut in two, a Mobley received quite a shock while of their daughter, cast of characters will be:1 in the tunnel. There's so little whisky in Stanford portion of which was left fishing at the reservoir last week. They Napier. Margaret, Mr. Bob Grey-Wil- son or supposed to be that Police Judge The other was thrown a distance out of were using short poles, when Mrs. HarClara Collier. Mrs. Bob Grey-M- iss to John N. Menefee. Jr., holds it's just as the mouth of the tunnel. Owing to undin secured a very strong bite. She Tom Carter R. II. Bronaugh, Jr. Mr. Claude Clayton Leete, derground darkness none of the crew finally landed the bite, which proved to Mra. Peter Wycombe Miss Annie much an olTense against the statutory of InBronaugh law, not to mention code of ethics, to knew they had struck a man until be a large snapping turtle. The ladles' Davenport, Washington, Wycombo Maurice Per- give it away as to sell It. Jim Tall, a formed of the fact 50 miles down the Mr. Peter were not looking for that kind of fish the wedding to occur in kins road. and dropped their catch in a hurry. It Dorothy Landon Miss Lalla Nuckols. well known negro, was caught giving June. was Anally landed and killed by some Mr. Jaa Landon, Sr. P. M. Dillion. some booze to a boy, and he was given London Postofiicc Robbed. Uncle Tom Thomas Moore. $50 and costs. Sole Craig, another newhopLadies' Auction At Crab Orchard. men, and ft is said to have been a Officer Hogan Lucien Dunn. gro, who "pulled" a Winchester on per. The admission will bo 25 cents; 15 cts Tall, it is said, when Tall was seen give in London was enter The for children. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Chris. ing tho "licker away," also got $50 ed by burglars at 3 o'clock Saturday Back to Philippines. morning and was suscessfully looted. tun church of Crab Orchard will hold and the trimmings. The fact was not The large steel safe was blown to an uuctfon of home mado rugs, cakes Clock Installed developed whether Craig had the weaand nearly $3,-0- and ether good und useful things about News has been received here that pon concealed about his person or pieces by a home on next Saturday, April 23, at Trueheart Bourn, an old Stanford boy. in cash and stamps taken. Tower Old not. In New Court-hous- e the Gover Hotel. The proceeds go to has returned to the Philippine I lands, wards furnishing the church and all are where he served several years in the Works'Being Used. Hold-u- p In The West. Big Baptist Church Insured. Invited to attend. army. Mr. Bourne la a nephew of Miea Florence Trueheart, of this city. After The clock was installed, in tho new mail train was held The China-Japa- n his term of enlistment expired, he came court-hous- e The Baptist church has just been in- up at Spring, Cut., by two masked men. Sells tlis Home. tower on Saturday, and every one In the city is anxiously looking sured for $2,500, and aftor the regular Nine pouches or registered mall were W. T. Smith has sold his nice home back to the United Stated, and has forward to the day when the handsome services Sunday morning, nearly all of taken. Four were recovered, but the on Whitley avenue to W. H. Brady and been engaged in business at Hunting-toW. Va. He had several churns new building will be completed. The the amount required to pay the premi- others were emptied. The passengers is talking of moving away from Stanwho remainod in the far western isface of tho clock wilt bo luminous, su um, about $33, was raised by subscrip- were not disturbed. The robbers fled ford, lands, however, and decided to join that the time may be discerned as well tion. Messrs Singleton, Mahony and to the mountains. Posses in automoCarman were appointed a committee to them again. He sailed from San Fran at night as In the daytime. biles followed the bandits. Reaching The Top. ciico on April 5th. The old works were put back Into the see the members for further contribuany calling of life demands a vigorIn new tower, as they were found to be tions to complete the fund required. Tub trial of Tom Evans, the brake-ma- n ous body and a keen brain. Without In ver good shape when examined by charged with shooting "Buckskin health there is no success. But Electric It's ThelWorld's Best. Bitters is the greatest Health Builder the Cincinnati clockmaker who had the The Markets. Bill" Dalton several weeks ago at Row- the world has ever known. It compels No one has ever made a salve, ointcontract to sit the clock going. These land, was again postponed to this week perfect action of stomach, liver, kid- ment or balm to compare with Buck- works have been running continuously Cincinnati, Apr. 18 Cattle Receipts by Judge Bailey, on account of absence neys and bowels, purities and enriches len's Arnica Salve. Its the one perfect for 38 years, having been installed in 93; market quiet and steady; fair to of witnesses. the blood, tones and invigorates the healer of Cuts, Corns, Burns, Bruises, system and enables you to stand whole ipts 1872. Everyone who visits Stanford Is good shippers $6.85 CO 7 75 of your daily work. Sores, Scalds. Boils, Ulcers, Eszetna, 839; market steady; butchers and J, II. Baugbman sold to J. E Ander- the wear add tear suffering from kidney Salt Rheum,. For Sore Eyes, Cold Sores struck with the appearance of the new "After months draft trouble," writesofW. M, Sherman, Me., court-houscompliments the good shippers $9,90 ( 10; common $7 60 (it! son, of Pt. Leavell. a and Chapped hands, or Sprains, It is su$185; to Andy 'fucker a pair of Electric Bitters made aad people of Lincoln county upon their 9.75, Sheep Market steady; receipts mare for "three mares (or fuu and to J as me feelbottles new man." 59c at Pea-ay- 's preme. Infallible forPilef. Only 26c of like a In erecting such a. hand- none; $1.50 dp C.35. Lambs Market Rogers a horse for $210 and at Penny's Drug Store. Drug Store. 8 36. steady, IG.50 some public building. a mare for , in Danville "'" - cK-i.- ' , iSSW. E. PERKIN ,.. " twenty-sevent- Dost-offic- nltro-glycrri- -- n, Hogs-Rece- e, $). MPffMMMBMiWMMn .' i LGE TWO TH6 INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. APRIL IKh.1910 U let $3.-66- 0, - - ' - - The Interior Journal EatablUhed 1872. EczemaA Germ Disease, Can Now Be Cured. Almont Dare 3228. i i h i' ,t f which mleht force the East Tennessee Telephone Co. to cease furnishing its service to tho people of this city In the first place, and community. all the old subscribers to its service are old, 111 Red sorrel horse, 4 years Retting advantage of the $2 and $1 rate, hands hlgb, extra weight and bone. Sired by famous roadster nnd sire, and we are informed that fully of the subscribers have this rate. Red Leaf, who Is too well known to to Practically every city in the state the all horsemen by needP. description and C. Clay 2:1a, 1st pedigree, he size of Stanford and a great many larg- dam by lied Wilkes, lied Llcht's 1st the $2.76 and $1 65 rate where dam was Day Maid by Ccclllan 2:30 er have the East Tennessee service is used. son of tho great Gambetta Wilkes: 2nd by old Balsora, 3rd dam Other telephone systems can undoubt- dam Nell by St. Elmo; 4th dam MidNoonJay be secured at a slightly smaller night by Pilot, Jr., 6th dam Twilight edly rate, but the character of service and by Lexington; Cth dam Darkness by area of territory which can be covered Wagner. We have had should be considered. In offering the services of this promboth the East Tennessee ising young stallion we feci safe In sayimg that with his size, style, form, service and the Independent or "Homo speed and action that he is bound to Telephone" service, and we say frank- prove a groat slock horse. Will stand ly that where we have seen both in use, at my livery barn in Stanford at 815 to there was no comparison between the insure a living colt, money duo when is foaled or mare parted with. two, the East Tennessee being so much colt sure to &ee him before breeding Bo the superior. Harrodaburg is said to your good marcs. have learned a lesson which should G. G. BEAZLEY, Stanford, Ky 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 h citv fathers will do what they be -I C U redicree Sired by 5. i nims rving rusie lieve to be for the best interests of the Vol.6 A. S. H.R. No. 2556 he bv Roval city in this matter, but wonld caution Kuig2555;hebyOnTime745: he by Stone them to go slow. Be sure of the result wall Jackson IZ; Koyal Kings 1st dam Molue no MounU 2584, was by the noted sire Cabbell't of every step before they proceed, matter what course of action they may Lcington F. S. King Eajle's 1st dam Hip 3579 she by Eagle Bird 1014. he by Old King Eagle finally decide upon. 75U. id dam Ketf Uon, id dam Harris Urn. mark he by Miller Denmark 45. 4th dam by Jim The Somerset Journal has been Bell. King Eagle Jr'i 1st dam Mas Mollie Dren- to a week- non. she bvOld Drennon. 2nd dam Coooei Bot. changed from a ly, thus making four weeklies there torn and runt back to Davy Crockett, thoroughThose many citizens of Pulaski, who bred. Note. King Eagle u five years old: dark bav like to have their news twice a week, with one white hind foot; nice mane and tail. He still get it from the columns of stands full 16 4 hands high, weight can ,425 lbs. the "cheapest and best" the Inte- and well proportioned in every way. combined stallion with plenty of speed, doA rior Journal, which will continue style and action, and his colls show that he is ing business at the old stand, and every fine breeder. He had colts lo come last Spring Tuesday and Friday. that the owners refused $150 for before weaning brae. He will male the season of 1910 at our Abdallah Mambrino 3715, he by Almont (33); 2nd dam Lady Davis by Crit Darit, by Dour-bo- n Chief; 3rd dam Millie S by Foreign Licht. by Foreigner, by Imported Clenco; 4th dam Bet. tie C, by Cunningham! Copperbottoroi 5lh dim by Imported Billiard. NOTE. Almont Dare, so lat at we are able lo discover u the nut hone on record having lo fin credit the honor of deleating with hia own Since progeny ihoie of hit sire. Dignity Dare. he first became a sire he hat had from I lo 4 demo-emtipremium colli shown each year at the different county lam and they are developing into a fine This horse lot ol walk.lrot and 5 gailed ones. lifelong bett is the result of at Penny's Drug Store for tho booklet ijimi and urn aobtainable, matingas V.11I1 ihe result natural and a We profess ijinornnco of nil the ins and learn more about this clean, simfine korse. beautiful bay, about 16 hands, a and outs of tho telephone situation in ple remedy that is now recognized tho it made fat, woul and MrHnwr' Stanford, but whatever tho stnto of standard treatment for all diseases of A show horse mr"n T.T true ! peers, going 6 distinct saddle gaits ease, we would advise the city council the skin and scalp. A high tailed and naturally entremely high to bo mighty slow in taking any action geld- one. He u a full brother lo that walk-lro- t The medical profession Is all agreed Eczema is a germ disease, but the FRIDAY that KVWIY TUESDAY AND thing that has baffled them Is to find At $1 Tcr Year In Advance. some remedy that will get to thegermi and destroy them. Publisher1 8HELT0N 8AUFLEY Zemo, the clean, external treatment, has solved this difficulty by drawing tho Entered at tho Tost Offlco at Stan- germs to tho surface of tho skin and deford, Kjr., n Second Class mall. stroying tho germ lifo that causes the diseases. The wholo method of treatment and cure by Zemo Is explained in an interesting book on tho subject isHON. HARVEY HELM sued by the makers of Zemo. It tells of Lincoln county, li n candidate lor for Congress front the hlghtlio how to euro yourself at homo of Ecze dlstrict.subjcct to the action of the party. ma, Blackhead, Pimples, Dandruff and all diseases of the skin and scalp. Cnll A. S. H. R. y. Cheilet SitM hv Dignity Due 1962. He Due 10, he by Black Squirrel 58, he by Kins dam Teiaway 4768. alio William 97. I registered in Vol. 10. A. T. H. R. She by won more and to Troy Dan that h than asy mare ercr sired by DiftHly to men. a list of othrri too numerous tiofl. This hot, owing lo age and location, will make the season at our stable, 2 12 mild from I luitonnllc on I luilonriHe and Liberty pike, at $1) to insure a live colt. Main traded or Crass in bred elsewhere lendcri teaton doe. abundance at $2 pel month. Out personal attention to all stock, but will not be reiponsible lot accidents. Correspondence and bett o( all impection inntrd. E. S. POWELL At SON. I luitonnJIe, Ky. Btmiems m Ntt4eten tft W at 4 year MrMWW ... ..- mm ' "" '" 1 1 1 i "- - xm'gajfcyTi." "TClt"5rp""'Wi8BBsi "pEmiKiiwT o o 0 o o o 0 O h ( Sidi 62761. Imported from Franco IIH17, n if in jG- - ' y"l J VI 0 ( -t (oated ZlTh.. Stdt will stand at rho Nunneley ill let him ervc n Stink nnis living Colt. B ' for accident. Mates icinlr.u. per month, .a,lrcd at 12.80 Phono Mi. Stanford, Ky. tOtn-lOT- 0 0 0 0 w W "3 , fi 0 Red Light. jmmmmmmmA wmmm two-thir- ds WE Have the Superior rie 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 corn planter with both edge and flat dropping plates, also the Superior I -- horse, planters and fertilizers. These planters have been tested satisfaction. give and 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W. H. m HIGG1NS, , King Eagle, Jr. L Stanford, Kentucky. Insures TobaccoSand Tobacco, J Barns. i 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I K B rOUSG MEN'S "LOSGtrORTH" Edcrhcimcr, Stein & Co. llSStygmilWm makiki I0 I. ffi Young Men. Never in our business life have we lieen so well prepared to furnish you exactly the correct thing ns we nre totlay in young mens' clothes. We have all the new' wrinkles, such ns the heavy padded shoulders, full bloomer trousers, with n three inch turn up nntl tunnel licit straps There is no tailthe suit oring under the sun better nt $1250 to 5" Kt 0 Q Beazley & Co., 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 Jti i. semi-weekl- y Nothing But Insurances. Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, H. J. McROBERTS, Stanford, Kentucky. UndertaKera and Embalrr 0 STANFORD, KY. Keildenco I'liono M; OlEce, 8. OOOOO O O O O O OOOOOOOOOO O O QOOOOOO&& 3-- Ineure with me and be fully protected. S 2S2SgSS32S33S33JS3SE G. L. l'enny It. II. C (ley V. It. Coleman J. C. McClary, en. A1m Dcnlcra in Fir 5 S K I ? l it ec We also want to clean up our pants church, organized a ne and will give you real bargains In the Union Chapel, at Rowland, Sunday afternoon. J. C McClary organized wants: Our $1.00 pants now .75 the children at Coffey's school-hous1.00 . lur $1.25 pants now $1.50 pants now with Mr. Lav as superintendent. About 1.20 lur pur $1.75 pants now 25 scholars were enrolled and much in 1.40 "bur $2.00 pants now 1.60 terett manifested. pbur $2.50 pants now 2.00 ur $3.00 pants now 2.40 Public Sale. pur $4.00 pants now 3.20 hdortaker. Embalmor and pur $5.00 pants now 4.00 oalor in Harriosa, Saddlery, Having sold my home to W. H. BraHARDWARE. STANFORD, - KY- dy, I will on Saturday, April, 23. sell We carry a god'llne of hardware and jimn fhonelST. my household Home HhoneS.'. to the highest bidderall of hlows. We keep In stock at all times and kitchen furniture, a few farming i full line of the famous Chattanooea implements in good condition, a buggy 'hilled Plows, and repairs and points one for the Oliver Chilled l'lows. Wo elve 13. and set of harness in nice shape, mare, in foal, and other things too nu- (the cuts of three of our crop makers. New Livorv W. T. Smith, merous to mention. Horse collars 75c un to the best team Depot Street, dollar. Stanford, Ky. Sale at 1 o'clock. We offer some real bargains In blind Phono 96, bridles. Sunday-schoo- Sunday Schools Organized. Kev. J. S. Hoskins, of the Baptist barn, one mile Cf ci uWseburgon MEN'S PANTS. Fishing - aiturc JMattings.Rug. They rill exchange Furniture for .1! Kind ol Stock. Give Them a Call. Price Right. Dr. Hess' Poultry Fanacsa Will make Iiciih STANFORD. - KENTUC KY Fish & Pennington, Insurance and Real lay, cure them Estate. AH kinds of INSUKA2JCE on all nt di'CHM; ami them in good thrifty condition. The incrinK) in the ntniihcr of eggs luitl, will more than iy for tiie I'liinll cxpeiiH; ot ceding. It U eultl at Penny's Drug 1 D. CARTER, kinds of property Only the lnrg est companies represented. Rates as low aa can be had anywhere. Store. Stanford. Ky.. Phone 200. CUT FLOWERS FOR PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Btssnford, Kentucky. nTWivrWf7lTi.rMmnii. .1 On Friday and Saturday, the 22J and 23d of April, 1910, the city council has directed that all property owners and renterd clean up their premises. A team, wagon and driver will be furni. lied by the city on the above days t i make the tound, to carry away your trash and rubbish. Be ready for him whenever be comes. W. K. Shugars, J. R. Powell, Sinl tary Committee. B Black Joe. This handsome young stallion the nrnnertv of J. D. ko'ls & Son will make the season of 1910 at my barn in Crab Orchard. Ky, at the very reasonable price of $15 to insure a living colt. Black Joe by the noted sire Preston 922, 1st dam Lucile 2nd dam nttii Robinson by Robinson's Ver He is a black mont Hambletonian. torse 15Y hands high, weighing 1025 pounds, 5 gaited and very fast both in his rack and trot, with plenty of style and action. Just the kind of horse for the farmer to breed to to get the best nil round horse. See this horse before you book your mares and l know you will go no further. Will keep mures on grass at $2.50 per month, but will not be responsible for accident Lem reiumeu sir osrnne of stocK. Seaon colt for 6eason until paid. son is due if mares are traded or Darted with or bred to other stock. J. C. BAILEY, Crab Orchard, Ky. .x :ff if. tl tuut won tli J5(ui Onward Hthcr Triinsylvnma in a een heat race in r.m and tlie aume year won the IlO.un) Homier Memorial una ids m. ana 31. an in Droknheats and told tor I21.ll and later for UN. Don Varrtck la lirtxl uxactly llkoHpnu- lib ljueen that won the I3.lt o Tranarlvnula in lt making a record of 2:07 and wha cluss-e- d us ono of the bite four, being one of the greatest money winners on the grand circuit In Hun. Onward Hlher la ly Onward, ono of the greatest and Oat sons of George Wilkes, Onwnrd'adam waathedamof Director, the tlruof that great family of trottera and pacers. Don Vnrrlcka lat dam was by Wllkealloy, by George Wilkes a. full alater e to Tut) Way 2:1554. and bait sister to I'alchen the dam of ltubber 2:10, Winchester SMWi. Hilly Wilton i::-o-, and MIssK. SU,Jndilam Mary by Hogg's Grey Kagletnedam of The Way and Mad lene t'utltlen. Don Varrlck'adam produced Dr. Conner that paced it public half mile on the Lexington track at IS montba In l:u and sold to N. W.Kublngerof New Haten for II.nO, she also produced Haggle lgo, that trotted a half mile on the idiim traok at IS months old In 1:11 and aold for (SOU. Don Varrlck la faat game and alwaya on the trot, tery rarely ever teavei his feet. Ind weeks handling last Kail he trotted a quarter on half mile track tn 3IS. Hec. half in 1:10 and the mile In i;j;K on the outside of truck. 1'lease note the rich Inheritance of speed on both sides, not a missing link for generations. Itrved to thla fellow and you cun't miss the four things every breeder lookaforalie, disposition, speed and looks. See him before booking your mares. Hoasoo money due when mares are parted with or bred to unother horae. Mares kept at lou per day and all cure taken, but will not lie responsible for accidents or escapes. Don Varrlck la a 2:10 trotter If he had the proper handling. Also at same place will atand Mod-len- IIm ! fiv"riftVrt STANFORD. KENTUCKY. SALE! A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, Burgin, KentucKy. of Auctioneers. Chlcniro. and hae had ex perlence In the big cattle sales at the Union stock Yards, Ohlcugo, where we told vome thoroughbreds as high as DA". Also In horse sales where 81) aalea were made each lav. Auctioneering la a science and I bate lam a graduoteof Jones' Notional School studied It with thla Idea. Heeor phone me before you arrange (or jour aaie, 1 can I'lIONKM-l- l niasesalestoyourudvautage. 1 can turnlab the public with the best, aa well aa the freshest of cut flowers, plants of all kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on abort notice. Also make, a specialty of wreaths lor for funeral purposes. In connection ltb theaboye, I have all klnda of vegetables on hand at reasonable Pr'C"'OHMHTMAN (mKKN IIOUHKH. Kn HUllHAHl). l'HOK. Htan'ord, Ky. Fruit and Ornamental Trees and Garden Kverythlng for Orchard. One Million Htrawberry plants. catalogues. Ffee Vo Agents. CONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of con cretlng. such aa 11 lock Work, 1'avementa and. In fact, we can make any thln from house down to a fence pott. We can serve 1 fe?l III lH cr K " 1 Un If 1 tr .0 H.;F. Hillenmcyer & Soni, Krntuckt. LKZI-rOTO- roa promptly and guarantee t our s prices work and material. Call and nrH-clas- before you uuy your uiaieriai at least. 3 o a w tn w M A- Harry Jacobs, Marble and Granite' Monu Dealer In and Manufacturer of." PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. For house, carriage and sign painting deco ratlve naper hanging also buggy trimming Markers and l'ostl, Cemetery and Lawn of all kinds auch aa topa recovered curtains Vases and Hettees, Office and works, Mo. and boots made. HtopovrrAldrldge'ablack Kinney, Ky. smith shop West Main Ht., ssianioru jvjt., 1'lioneNo.axK. J J. 1)KM)K.V. TO THE FARMERS. ments, J. J. BELDEN, Jsft ymr' ( g g- la -- 1 will continue to handle Fertilisers In the Jumbo aud McKluney sections and oak my and old patrons to remember me. I also uak the Clifton Ian black Jackwlth lluht polnta. i yeara old last Heptumber. W handa high patronage of many new customers. 1 desire to sell privately my stock of Clrq- a goou uusi. tl.l'.HIIM'I.K, vlth a niiitrhlesa head and cur. well aet nn Iondou, Ky. cerlts and Hardware, ioina nrangy neck. haapleuty lioneundaubatance ncss, Will liiNolce about tfjM). lUason-1- 11 us u urwuer ne is not auriuisseu. health. aim GEO. P. HOITKIl, HtBliford. Ky. RUSSEL & Jsn blackjack with light polnta. ear old NOTICE l" last uguat, full IMt hands high with na measure taken by ex "ADMINISTRATOR'S much llnlsh and action as a horae. and aa a Haveour tnenyouroioiuea, a tailor of low wuvihera breeder he la the euuul of any juck. Hoth of penence. Those having claims against the esthese Jacks will serve mures at 110 to Insure price buslnesa suit or the finest evening and 111 a living colt. Trading the mare forfeits the clothes, will have that Individualitymade to tate of Geo. U. Saufley, derwed, are which plainly Indicate they were Insurance. Care will be taken to prevet t your measure, notifietl to present tame to the nder accidents, but will not be responsible ahould nre for extra i win aiso fancy your meat, ,' lBnel, properly proven, nr paymeat. trousers, laae testa, top any occur, Jennets will be cared for after auu ui.rawii. npnngauuI Humme, T6ee owing him w III please make setbim' on band ready for your tiipection I June 1st. and bred by private contract. saw pita 9. George L. K. 1 WOODH, I tlement with ma at 00-M. 0. KU iO,K Y . The Tailor, ri,iry. Penny, adalnbWator. Two Mighty Jacks Two, JtUSHKU l.IKTON t Stock of Merchandise for Sale. . S9 - When You Have - Spring Summer Stocks To Fell Call H. B. Northcott, Stanloril, Ky, 'Phone 153. THUKMAN K. TUDOR, Maiwger, . v. t VI .y TnB INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, ICY. j Jfcir j APRIL lth, 1810 FAGS THRJ2 New Spring Shoes, New Wash Suits. i. PRETTY THIN GOODS FOR THE DRESS UP DRESS. 5 j a i Korah Foulards. A pretty fabric so much like ths silk that when hardly tell the difference. 25c yard. . made up ytfa rai? Our new low shoes have nil the stylo nnd. quality possible for human The wash coat suit is n necessity in every ladys' wardrobe, they arc DELMAR POPLIN. skill nnd experience to put into n shoe. There Is n certain refinement to comfortable, clean and fresh looking nnd tnkc the place of n thin dress Comes In all the new Spring shndes, looks like silk, wnshes "well these shoes thnt few possess. The effect of your dress is spoiled by nn or Woolen dress) If you paid the price ve ask for the suit for the makill fitting bndiy Insted Shoe. We hnvc the new one, two or three strnp ing alone you cou Id not get any better workmanship. Every skirt to costs less. Only 5c yd. MONOTONE SILK AND CANTON SILK. - slippers in suede, gun metnl, patent. Let us fit you with the stylo thnt ' these suits nre shrunk before making so there is no drawing up. Prices looks best on your feet. Prices $50, $.3 nnd $3.50. $5 to SM. These part silk fabrics are for style and beauty unsurpassed. suitable for this seasons' style of dress. 50c yd . yoy u u Nf.I!I)I,E8, SEVERANCE & SON, nil lowing machines Mobbing nnd Stanford, Kentucky. 1' 1 -n She the display of men's and wo-Crab Orchnrd Spring. Miss Amanda J. M Gcoch fold a nlco Jersey bull to Forced to Leave Home Anderson has been a recent visitor of men's shoes and slippers at the Coun-- 1 u. W. Gaines at a fancy price, Store. Every year a large number of pone Mr. and Mrs. Jack Beailey, nt Stan- try Store. Father Leo and John Wcnzol. of ford. J. It. Harris, of Stanford, came R. you pounu catt e sufferers whose lungs are sow anrfl . "ruce aoiu j..-.-.- i Tin-ii,.,t., i... were pleasant visitors here racked with coughs, are urged to g tn over Tuesday to help u out on the pa- - the t0 Rlcl"" Dunn' ""'"son, at 6c. Middleburg bos by the score of 1G t another climate. But this is costlyantl iion. r. M. MclcoiiEnTs went up to last week. jwr. Lancaster Kecord. I tO ... WAUTn,t Un..0. iii timi i Mn. and Mrs. T. C. Willis werotho Ml. Vernon yesterday in legal business. i. ouy any oiu not always sure. There's a bttt wary ..noiou muni.i,-nAddress II. Har-ri- Let Dr. King's New Discovery core jwc OLD papers lor sale; all nice and coins you may have. Miss Oluk Haines, of Corbin, la guests of his parents, Cnpt. and Mrs. LOCALS. Orchard.-Ki- ch. at home. "It cured me of lung trair-blo-," Frankfort, Ky. on a visit to her sister, Mrs. IJowon J. II. Willis, at Crab olean; auitnlilo for shelves, etc; 2G for t mond Itegistcr. writes W. R. Nelson, of Cfav-tninGoode. Wedding presents at W. II. Muel- - Se. This office. Ark , "vhcn nil else fartetS, ntC Miss Mattib Lek Huddle, who is at Pure Plymouth Rock eggs, $1 for - Mn. and Mns. W. T. Smith wcro ler'i. New druggets and nuttings just re- setting of IB. Mrs. A. R. Nunnelley I gained 47 pounds in weight. Its sure Hamilton College, Lexington, Is with In Lexington with friends Sunday. Turnersville. ly the King of all cough and luce It. her parents, Senator and Mrs. It. L S. C. H. Brown Leghorn eggs 50 cts. ceived. W. A. Tribble. Mls FETno vliltcd Mlis Georgia Hubble. Betting of 15. Write or phono Mrs. For Sale. Few nice Buff Orpine- - cures " Thousands owe their liv araE Second hand Bell City separator for for Lowia, at Williamsburg, Sunday. ton cockerels. Also eggs for hatching. health to it. Its positively guaranteed sale at a barguin W. O. Walker, tf. Herman Ensslin, formerly of this J. M. Cress, Stanford, R. F. D. I.4t. Mr. ano Mrs. J. S. Hauchman were Mrs. W. J. Hollzclaw, Stanford, R. F. for Coughs, Colds, LaGrippe, Asthma. county, has settled at St. Joe, Idaho, in Lexington last week. Croup all throat and lung treb(ec Suit. Garland Singleton will be D. No. 1. I have installed a new (lying-shuttwhore he is doing well and is greatly 50c and $1; trial bottle free at I'tany's J. C. Uailey, of Crab Orchard, mado pleated with tho western country, he . loom and weave rag carpets and rugs at McKinney on the 26th to receive the Drug Store. a business trip to Lexington. census reports. Seed sweet potatoep, lawn mowers liavo several nice pieces or carpels now Misses Lillian and Gracib Coch- writes back ice cream frctzers 1 1 George H. F First-clas- s work and John Lutes has bought out the genran, of Garrard, are tho gueata of their G. C. Fish, chairman of tho Rockcas-tl- o on hand for sale. Barn Lumber For Safe! county democratic committee, wtn at reasonable prices. Mrs. W. L. Oish eral merchandise store of Jag. Young, aunt, Mr. W. C. Fish. In town Monday and paid this office n on, Milledgeyille. at Highland, and will (continue to run Mrs. II. K. Uournk, of New Caatle, How's This? ft along the lines which have made it W effrf One Ilundrrd Dollars ntvird for any Is hero with her mother", Mrs. Lou pleasant call, en route to the district d 120.000 feet of Boxing fice; white with" Lost. cu ol Catarrh tint cannot ba mrm ll.nl so popular with people in that commu- CiunH Cure. committee meeting at Nicholasville. Shanks, en route to Columbus, Ga., nnd Frame Lumber for Bam Patbrindlo spots, and wearing a collar. ReF. J. CHENEY A CO , Toledo. O. nity in tho past. Mr. Young had Miss Joe Helen Maret, who has ward where she will attend tho wedding of We. the unoVrftaied. hare known F J. which I will sell for cash or for return to J. L. Beazley, Stanlast hon this store for many years past. for the In IS rears, and bellevn htm n.rfMtwCnrney terns, her brother, Thomts II. Shank, to been spending the winter in Florida ford. 14-orable all business trariKulkin. ana fln.nii.n trade for Corn, Hay or good TJorses Mr. Lutes has been making Hustonville aWe to carry out any obligations made br his Bra. Miss Mattlo Ilaya Owsley on tho 21st. with her mother and sister, surprised nnd Mules. Prices on tliis vtry Waldlvo. hw.iii A Mum, W noleeale Drurcisu. Toledo. O. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas II. Eads re- her many Kentucky relatives and Cut glass and solid silver spoons, etc his home. for I want to seil. Vrite nails Catarrh Cure le taken internally, actlnc turned Saturday from a week's visit in friends by the announcement that she at W. H. Mueller'?. directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the me at once Respectfully, system. Testimonials sent free. ITIce 75 cents per Louisville to Mrs. Eads father, Mr. Ed had married. The fortunato groom is bottle old by all Drurehts. G. J. Sipple. London, Ky. Preachersviiie. S. C B. Leghorn eggs for sale Tale Hall's Family for constipation. Waller. Grant Trumbo, of Frankfort, and he is on winning Best laying strain. Write or phone Mrs. Mr. and Mas. T. h. Cam-enteMr. indeed to be congratulated 7 10 R. L. Berry, Hustonville, Ky. Gene Duvcl! has had better luck ang. ,nnd Mrs. Jess Carpenter, fjB W VsIbsHsbHHBsV QHHsb ' of Huston-lll- such a bright young helpmeet. ncaster -'SSJ " Record. visited Mr. and Mrs. C F, MontThose owing me will please come ling this soason than any of our boys, bass at the gomery, at Liberty. Rev. Yandall was with Rev. C. C. and pay mc for winter huts and I will having caught a n sell you a nice Spring one. Miss Ella "Six Good 'Uns" fishing hole. Brown this week. J. S. Thomas Shanks loft yesterday for and Mrs. Rev. Pierce Bryant preached at the 14 2. Columbuf, Ga.. where his wedding to is at homo from Columbus, Ga., May Saunders. Baptist church Sunday morning. He a Miss Matliu Hays Owsley will be sol- after spending the winter. Mrs. John Junction City bread is exactly alike does not hold services on Saturday emnized on Thursday evenim? Atrll ?t Neviusnnd little sons have returned to Among Mr. Shanka relatives who went I Lebanon Junction, after n visit to Mrs. other bread, only it's different. You night and as a consequence some of our We now have in stock ready for your inspection, cultiSouth to witness tho nuptials were Mr K. H. Hataon. Mrs. nnd Mrs. W. K. will find it fresh at the Country young peop' nr plamirgfor Saturday night sociuls or hay rules. and Mrs. John II. Shanka, Mrs LoUShuRars and son, W. K., Jr , ot Stan Store. vators, double shovels, corn drills, post hole diggers, Kendall Smith, of near Walnut Flat, Shanks, Mrs. T, A. Klce, Mrs. Kirby rrd wcro KUM,S Sunday of Judgo W single wire stretchers, hay forks, goose neck hoes, Carl Carter is suffering from a I'ourne, Miss Vauline Hocker and W Shugars and family Mrs. G. A. Swine-II- . fractured nose, sustained while play- came near losing a good mule a few long and short handle shovels, spades spading days ago. A section harrow, which stay at fully wrestling with Wesley Embry. broad leaves soon for a short Shanks was being turned too quickly, jumped Forks, plow handles, double shovel blades, HperonalsT- - Shuttle fo B. C. Walton and son, at Penny's Druij aro at Martinsville, Ind. Claiborne, su s, e, le Bench-legge- Shling jea-sonnb- le, con-duct- -La- e, sn sBsBsjsaajsBAasHsKasBMaaBBBaBKmai aHV IRnMIHM MsBHbOT Rob-inso- Farmers' Necessities. T ' i I Why Not The I was the lucky winner of the basket of groceries for the holder of tho winning coupon at the Theatorium last week. Her number which drew the basket was 472 Mamie C. two-heade- and struck the mule broadside, Inflicting several bad wounds. John Rigsby sold "to Stephen Walker a mare for $1G0; also a harness horse for n good price. J. L. Kennedy sold 10 calves to Garner Price at $15. J. II. . W. II. MunrilY brought a freak to Thompson sold 10 hogs to J. M. Cress d town Monday in the shape of n at 10c. John Williams sold some corn calf skin, which ho took from to a Crab Orcriird party at $3 50 delivan animal born on his place n short ered. J. P. Ballard bought 78 ewes at timo ago. It did not live long. 5 50 with lambs thrown in. sj Strauii Smooth and barbed wire, wire cutters, American poultry and field fence. We are also agents for the Tiger tobacco setter, as to prices they ore the lowest with quality. Best? ti "On Saturday, April 30, a handsome set of Miverware will be given away to the holder of tho lucky coupon given with a ticket to the Theatorium during this week and next. Every ticket is You sued each night bears a number. may-withis handsome prize, if you go to the chow. n 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, Levi Sowders, says they deserve and will get a share of the public pat- W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. ronage. Delightful Dance i Young Folks Trip Light Form German Club. Fantas-tic....Ma- y A Good Shape Shoe Adds More to your Dress than Anything else. The best Shoe made is the i Holdslits Shape Wears Longer than any other and looks neater. Shoes and Oxfords in Patent, Tan, Gun-Met- al and all kinds at $5 ii ,. and $5.50 & Cummins Wearen, L . STANFORD, KENTUCKY. J ii A delightful dance, was given at the opera houso on Friday evening, which was enjoyed by a large number of belles and beaux from this and adjoining counties. The occasion was pleasantly informal, but the girla all wore becoming light gowns and everyone had a joyous time until an early hour. This is prob ably the first of a scries of dances here, for there is talk of organizing a German Club, to givo dances every few weeks, and many believe it would prove a very popular innovation. Among those dancing wero Mike Penny and Miss Nancy Yeager, Walter Milburn and Miss Salllo Taylor Woods, Earl Coleman and Miss Sue Taylor 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-erfor- d a and Misses Lula Llllard and Warren, of Danville, Lee Rupley and Mies Levisa Harris. T. W. Pen nlngton and MisslPrill Newburn, T, J. Hill, Jr., and Miss Frances Adams, James Yowell and Miss Bee Newburn, of Hustonville, Will Stage and Miss Cora Goode, of Hustonville, Joe Will Rout and Miss Ada Alcorn, Huston-villTom Phillips and Miss Claik, Harry Camnltz and Miss Lula Cochran, of Hustonville, John Mcnefee and Miss Sara Baughman. Stags: Rowland Bishop, Walter Carron, Clevo Dunn and or Hustonville: walker Mctiinney, Wesley Embry. Will McCarty, T. Mehefee. Ashby Warren, Messrs. Falconer. Eastland, and Green, of Dan vllle, Hussoll Drown, James Cooper. Prof. Deemer. Chaperons: Mr. and I Mi-- J Arthur Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Green-berr- y Hright, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wray, Mr. and Mra. S. M. Saufley, Mr. nd Mra. D. D. Carter, Mra. Annie En gleman, Mra, Bessie McKinney, Le-titio, J. L. 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 and their charge of two brothers-in-lawhile another two has agreed not to sell goods here in 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 the guest of Miss Katherme Melvin at her home here. Miss Eva Wilson, of Harmony, is the attractive guest of Mioses Jessie and Lucile Ballard. Gro ver Gastineau and wife, of Garrard, wore visiting friends here. Mrs. A. J Thompson and daughter, of Boyle, wcro with relatives in this section. Miss Ella Sprinkles, of Rowland, is visiting her Bister, Mrs. Logan Thompson. F. F, Cummins and wife will move to Crab Orchard this week. Virgil Roberts, 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 Kennedy's. sons-in-law J! IB i L. R. Hughes T. W. Humblo W. O. Martin i We ha ve just received I where. otr spring line of Indies und'Misses slippers and invite your inspection. You not find a bet ter line will I pat- any The very latest that the market can furnish in ents, vicis, kid etc. Prices from $1 to $3.50. BLACKSMITHING I llrlnir jour IllnckntnltbtiiK unci ueniral repair work to inf. Hone alioeliiK ttic. Hntlsfactlon Ruaruniftu, tbop opposite I'bllllp' concrete ttore. JAMK8 HltAt'KKTT, Htan ford, Ky. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, 200,000 Feet of Lumber At The Right Prices. I feet of lumber IvilPStD t at fJ1Jltl. niiitnliln af.Jl JweiBTiMi purposes at reasonable r building prices, uiu on mo or write me ior prices and tell me what you want, und I can suit you. WALKER OWENS. Pongo, Ky. Shipping Point Mt. Vernon. have 200,000 1 - 1 CLEMENS HOTEL L& N. TIME THBLE J, L. Elkin, Pror., DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Larue, airy outside rooms. Ooiuinenlal travelers u specially. Hwclal ntirt ty w k or tnonlb. The proprietor Is a iortntrr Lit- cola county miia aim nil mourn tnouiu i mmuwr uuwuo mopping m dm ivwn. No. Wr. L STANFORD. KENTUCKY. mm No.l,Nonh,t;tOA No.W,li0r.M. S,SoutJi,n.;sr tfsouih, iti.iiA - h. si No, H, North, SMOrNo. CT, 10:) a.m. ". xi JOS. 8. RICE, .'Agent, i. ).SL rayr4VniwwiHiWyil'WiMHWri r .. . iwhwwatpyjiiyiy isiiiim jw WpMWIlMM FT"" .'H"""',1 9 ' "5'r IV Vs H t i PAGE FOUR THE INTERIOR JOURNAL', STANFORD, KY. APRUJ lDth, 1910 gajAaaBaj-- k4 -- 10 .1 VflMHvflvflBHBBVHBSBSVIsVm. JmI H KlilijtWTDLLLLLLLLLLLLLF'TlL& tLHtVMl kkHK!? HP-- Ml.. i r i -T- O- Contractors, 1M0. Notice is hereby given that I, a TjET '" mLLH & S Supervisor of turnpike ronils for lain coin rounly, Ky., will until 10 o'clock "1 A. M. Tuc-da- y April 2(5, 1010 receive is HMPfl'3'-- '' HJH HBHHa"VKB .iS.. " HDRSfe , W1 will iltltlr tln rat lh wottbi. not 1; sealed hid lor tone and gravel eoii ,tV inirMntdJwUldnittoy Tblwonilrwor rT wl trncU on the various section, of turn- , tort ipl 'W' w, , LfW5' Mr P aVtworro.WlOftb.tnltnalfirilrMt A I Dikes in Mild Lincoln countv, Ivy. ... J-J re. It "" . mtWWr&n ' aVt and ttlniUu evert emne of lootnel eat. ' eon. i.-,-' EHr ,.', ",VV All Ih.U for furiiMiitig, hauling. j IIS alktHll Iteo.lt Lot ' Lj v, W'!,t r prcading Mono and , lireiikinir nnd B E&-wv rX CjK BS "ri 'El artl-V- Itroannfaetnredbrtba travel must Ik sealed nnd filed UH me on or licforc 10 o'clock A. M., Tuesday, April :6 l'.UO, ut Slnnflird. Ky., nnd no li'uU will be received after llmt time. Contracts will he let to tho lowcat and best bidders, and ' ! ha n eocxl eont m v . n t Irolt.T, Ik' ttf lirl n iiilla will !e required to give bond rw k tut i , WAKFIEI-DWd" hor ;tl.crnml IllJlTliUmlliy with suretv. to he approved by me, undo ' for the faithful performance of their ti.. :n.?oroi;,VnViiVtoi..".n . llor contracts nnd for all penalties nnd nice horse nml finou I'roPi McKlnney TiVTre Devil I W. the latter rnrnrd tlie tltl or Sml'Vtt la B9ld bs FrowrtvofH. M.OnentAMon. damages for failure to so perform homo stretch." .i...M,,,.ri, of th.. retirement to thewhile bny mnlllon. in Im". .1'. mrk mii.Wnl nt VII nitf fnnii,. Kant on the turf, nnd niter renown nt n stud I their contracts within the timo and sire V. Hlml br Unre lwvll.ro. neiiulred ImperlsUiiIilii ' evn prol ttrertt under the conditions lietciuaftcr men- nahowlnnliii(.he won )Wt iirMiciijin- Not only have the,I)nre D.vlljlmt furnVhI iinui hut tlie family IIoreHIii rtonhlin.(llrl Dy nt tioned. .t. Ntlonil Amrieu 3i, " race horses show rlnu wliinjrt nt well b. ninny noted Ilx '' Sansbtr J.ll1. J lIS' , ol Amerlcnn imrlwvll nml Mnbrlnp Kiint ' llonul nld Stanford, Ky., Stanfonl it Danville pike wc. 1 of nnd J oth;rt show 531? rJe y'ur.. rccorl III! r.rdSv,. Kiue r "JilVecl more money In the show ring tallit.noiotOnwiir.l from Stanfonl to Mrs. Mattio White's, rW. SVJS Oninrd JuV.nn.l Ijfother. In thiin nny two ttnlllom In the us for cultivators, wagons SO rods stoiie. .Tiy.V.. iniL-nt oiir Ilka wiiiilrnl hvvy Will mnke the pre.ent seiivm at IIS Hfnrm- Sec InK ... u Hum nilfftntl irvi iiiiifiw one mile from McKlnney buggies, and all kinds of of llw Same, sec. 2 from Mt. Mattie Xing IJ7V 'rn of mi Includliiit by Nut wood "ffiR'iTiSaSnainoaM-e- k rln.l Kollft Jok back to Farming machinery. Mnor runs White's gate to Boyle county line in : Ut. fourth sired rt Ilrlunoller: hecolts sold or J wrt sides. rtmToimailiyHtrnthm.r im tire of OT In IlrlgnollcVonWhnny IllsIn Htnn ord lie 30 rods etone. ri.m U'lllini by Alhon. money thnn Jnck. FARMER'S DEPARTMBHT. 1 Jiith IMin Nrd hv Kdln Koret. oventh Is .v, liniidatatnndt well oil hit feeti n sure Stanfonl it Rush Branch pike II. Tn Inal Better He Is perfect In ejery wny. ldy Turner l.y M.in.lrlNoOlill not lilKti extrn hlgii clnw horse, well yearling Jersey from Stanford it Lancaster pike to tew finely-bre- d A Warflrldlann nclornml n nn thlnii. i Rush Brunch, 25 rodsstouo. bulla for sale. F. Held. Sroken nanhv liorae In nnd out of theatnble, Registered red Shorthorn bull for Same, sec. 2, from Hush Branch to 15-sale. R. C. EnRleman. Hubble, 20 rods Atone. SAVE YOUR FOWLS! Five fresh Jersey cows for sale. M. Stanfonl it Crab Orchard pike, wc. Hoarbcn Poultry Car Is recocnlied as the tttndtrd poultry tf. 1 from Stanford to Baughmun's gate, S. Baughman. Stanford. temedy of the world. It It the one remedy that caa bo depended en with absolute certainty to cure and prevent Logan Thompson, of Lincoln county, 20 rods etoue. Gnpcs, Cholera, Roup, r i,,ir.m n hnnrh nf hoirs in Pulaski at Same, sec 2. from Buughmans Zfrnfternerk. Drrooe ana all eiUiltw form of poultry dlt; eases. A few drops In the drlnklntf water keeps fowls healthy and 71 to 10c. Somerset Journal. gate to Bywatcw' gate 15 rods stone. free from disease. A Boo bottle makes It gallons of medicine. For worn norse o- For Sale. ,1, from liywaters' gate the treatment oi uiacuncau sau viuor uucwo tu hutcjs Same, work mule, Poland China boar. to Crab Orchanl, 40 rods gravel. year-ol. .. . .. . o v. n o r ii ... U l fsunneuey, usi.tnoKi Stanfonl it Dix River pike ec. 2 e Hughes & Swi.iebroad sold for L. U Switch to Traylor's W. Water street to from Hoyden's GJneihisloton HAS NOf EQUAL -- Lancaster Rec Lane, 20 rods Atone. Joe Nevius for f323 u. W W V.Iim. ffnnVlniTllla. Kt.. s.ys: "I I I Mr. F. P. Clar. Paris. Kt.. tars : "taatyesr Stanford it Lancaster pike sec. I ord. ol chickens iUlnr chickens mMl tatiif actorr remedv tin beenTVH.Un. r.M 1. tSa lornculy fifty years and byraited hundredsBoniboa Poultrytree Irom tap" I nna Core. (.Tint tkem IL.X. In Ntehola countv. at the Koheit from Stanfonl to Logan's lane 2i Shoes and Oxfords, Mens and Boys' Clothln. . it t lure cura lot Cnelera and UmbenKck, I I hare erei oicd loc Choleta aoj Gapes." Quality and price suit everybody Barr sale, sheep sold at $9 to $13.70 a roils stone. Manafacrared Remedy Stanfonl it Waynesburg pike, mc. flnlvb head, including lambs; hogs sold at 12 Trial Vial Free. BOo par Bottler AtAII Laadlna Druanltta. to 15c; cows WO to $70; horses $160 to 1 from Stanford to Ottenbeini pike, $180; corn in ten barrel lots as high as 25 rods stone. Sold By 5HUGARS and TANNER. $4 per barrel. Same sec. 2, from Ottenheim pike Five good second hand buggies for to Maywood Co. road at fjot of sale. B. D. Carter, Stanford. Knob, 25 roU stone. Co. For Rent. 70 acres grass land on Same, sec. It from Maywood J. E. Lynn place. JohnG. Lynn, road to Carter's Store, 10 rods stone. 4t Ky. Kentucky. Of Stanfonl it Hustonville pike sec. 1 Boone county wnne For SALE.-P- ure from Stanfonl to Cash's store 30 roils seed corn, $1.25 per bushel. See sample If you have anything to sell stone. at Lincoln County National and First Same, cc. 2, from Cash's store to National Banks. Also 15 bushels or cultivated hemp seed. S. J. Embry, Hangiug Fork creek, 150 rods stone. LINE STOCK Same. sec. .'..from Hanging Fork Jr., and John C. Pepples, btanloru. BUT harness of a regular dealer, creek to Hustonville, 10 rods stone. W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER. 3: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT- J- - Wl ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH Hustonville it Colleys mill pike, where vou can get quality. J. C. Take t J. B. PAXTO.M, H. C. CARPENTER. BOOKKEEPER sec. 1 from Hustonville to Win CarHAYS FOSTfcR. CLERK. Nunnellcy's New Stock Yards 100 BALES of timothy and somecioyer son's, 20 rods stone. DIREOTORS: for sale. Mrs. F. B. Barnett, Huston-villDanville pike sec. I Hustonville it Ho buysnnd sel every day in the W. 0 Walker, Stanfonl: S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter.Suufoid Ky. from Hustonvillo to Black pike 60 year except Sunday. Bring on corn is on sale at rods stone. Jdhn B. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Sunford; T. C. RanMy pure bred seed vuur stock. Best market in Paxton, StanfonirW. H. Traylor, kin, Lancaster; J. B. T. D. Newland's, Stanford, wanon Same, sec 2, from Black pike to the Slate with plenty ol V. 2tGilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; Moss. Boyle Co. line 20 rods stone. II. Cummins, Preachersville; Lilburn Polled Durham or Lsxington For Sale Choice McKinuey A Coney s mill pike sec. ecd and water best covered pens, outi'ule of Gooch, Gilberts Creek. and Shorthorn bulls, ready for service. 2 from Old Toll Gate House to Fair and feed busine. STANFORD, KY. We also do a general hitch Also some fresh Jersey cows and heif placo 25 rods of stone. . ers A. W. uarpenier, rauremiiu, Danville A Lancaster pike, w hole L.R.HUQHES.S. AT E.C. WALTON, W. Phone No. 0. Junction City. road, 15 rods stone. J. M. Pettus sold to R. G. Pettus 4 Lincoln A Boyle pike, whole road, xiiFlclincr nnd vearllnir colts by Beau 5 rods stone. STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Naboth for $400. Hanniii!' lork and Hubble pike Owing to the rain, J. T. Livingston from Rush Branch pike to Danville ORGANIZED IN 1882. postponed his sale from Friday to this Stanford, KentucKy. and Lancanter pike 5 rods of gravel. afternoon. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. A rod of stone or gravel shall conGranville Lutes got some high prices SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. for hogs he sold last week. He "old 2 sist of 225 cubic feet. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Hand broken stono and gravel shoata to a Hustonville man at 15c per Stocks aud Bonds pound. They weighed 49 pounds. He roust lc on margin of road or section Farms and Town Property Handled on Commission. Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety sold four to George Lunsford at 12c; 24 by Sept. 15, 1010. All gravel must Have Property to Sell or Rent Notify Us. Sold. If you We Solicit Your Account. Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. to Thurlow Jones at 10c and 15 to II. G. be spread before Oct. 15, 1010. All Write for Circular to metal is to be measured by the superLutes at 10c. who may desigN. W. Fowle, the popular coal man, visor or his assistant ' DIRECTORS. OFFICERS. Rowland, bad some bad luck with a nate when and where it is to be t Ky". F. Reid. J. H. Baughman, nice mare be owns. She dropped twin s. read. All crushed stone must lie J.S. Hoelter, President;, 1, 1011. M D. Elmore. J. M. Petlus. colts by the great Preston, but one did spread not later than Jan. S. T. Harris, All stono furnished must be good, not live. Both were rather small, but ill. C. Baughman, J. F Cummins, John . McRoberts, Cashier, S. T. Harris, no, C. Robinson, well developed. The living colt prom sound, hard limestone or quartz aud broken into pieces not to exceed two (see to do well. II. C. Baughman, Assl. Casb'r E. O. Walton, J. S. Hocker. Cash and Nevin Carter will inches in diameter. The gravel must W. H. Murphy. James W.W. Saunders. Bookkeeper. stand a splendid mule jack at Ncvin bo clean and flinty. Carter's place near Turnersville, at $8 The court or its representative may 15-to insure a living colt. reject any material not of proper sue Don't let 1010 pass without having hot niid cold water through your or quality, mailers must say wheth house with a beautiful white MR. FARMER: Make your homo as modern for your family us u city er stone will be broken by hand or to get tho latest market quotations joisideiice, and place youreelf in a position 4340. crusneu. at auv time. This cau be accomplished by means of our telephone Bervico, Hired by Naboth 10 lift. Iterurd X.lvSf lleau Tho supervisor reserves tho right to Ham Nora lUughman br Nabolti't which vou and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with Itoval VBli flrtt record .ll by KlrotUiueer Irf. all bids. Blank forms our nearest olb.ee or write direct to ttsMnd dam Ila Jr., sired by Metropolitan reject any and lhe Ixmiifita received. Call or address Have W. K. WARNER to install your country water works with 10. tblril tlam Joae. 1871 by Jlamlltoulon on which bids may be made can bo ieadqimrters, Nashville, Tenu., for information reganliujr our special "Far pblne, tired by Monbrlne Htnrllxtit Hiili by county clerk. reasonable prices aud guarantee. by obtained from the Unrlbay ll. fourth dam Mary Wither ers Lino rate. If you are not at present enjoying teiuphouo service, we (Hirer thoroughbred, flfth Dam si rod by bonds may bo obtuiued at We also curry in stock FORCE AND CISTERN PUMPS; Roofing and tlrml by Imp tn immediately interest vou. Our linen cover tho States of Kentucky, Wugner.ilxth damby Tunrnton't Tronby, Copies of lUttler. the County Clerk's office. seventh dam sired Roofing Paints. TuitiRswe. Missirisinnl. Louisiana nnd the .Southern portion of Indiana ami Ileau Naboth Is a large horte itaudlUK IS Telephpuo, 188. hands and welghlng'coiidltlon I,IK) pouiutt. Lincoln county owns a rock cruih-e- r EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. Call snd see us. llinois. When he becomes adiuuliited with the will bo permitted you bugle to unci, contractors ttory of bit limited education realise t hut he It truly u remurlcable hurnea It ttulllon.tbnt he must be u great homo hat to usait at 81 per rod. proved bv the underfill prugrest that he I M HE. VWB WrVtHetfmH :3 'LLLLLBjtV -- t HB prrtlitoni.sroo.k.pruuraDlniU btfo rTat'.wh.rpiTflUtrlnah.j SM UieMir cannot ,rom Letting Tlf Iffl DAY. Al'UIL, 20, B Kunt!';' K Kt,1 HHE kC ' 'ET r . . J" WiKUil r WrXSi .mJaUtHI EHI VKlHIl . E CAI feVFT 1 l at J THE 'II ?:!;'! ' IM HUWBmPHB KfWH UH 9BBM H oon-tmct- orn MM - Pence Bros., I Ha--- If mW $ 9 m . w3lro'Ii 3-- 2t When you buy a suit of clothes, get New York styles, all wool at SAM ROBINSON'S, Stanford, Ky. 2. 1 8 SHES & 0XFRDS Bourbon P.oultry-GurBourbonl d i f Co.iSS,.;u.s.A. t I S L. L. SANDERS, the Lincoln County national Band Stanford, $5O.O0O.C0 Crab Orchard, Kentucky. e, Capital, Surplus, Resources, 43,000.00 340,000.00 - e. -- ' i , FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Stanford Real Estate Co., L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Tinning, Plumbing, Heatirjg. RURAL TELEPHONES. BEAD NABOTH. Porcelain Bath Outfit. W. K. WARNER, ! hi . i til IINOOUI-OHATK- made. With very little bundling he ha proven to be the champion harness ttnlllou I ofTur iiiv terrlova to tlie iieonle of Lin Supervisor Turnpike Roads for Linof Kentucky, He ha won over the best oolu county ut ail uuctlonvor. Hatlafunilon borsettliut Kentucky hat produced. Head of coln C'ouuty. II. W. MuWHOllTKII. guaruutw (JO TO him and you will tee that tbi'M uro no Morelund. K v.. It. K. li. No. 1 better bri'd stallion In Kentucky than he It. iiosiai-nccombined liorart. give He gett turnersville. Otamm't Kettaurnnt Ijiucutter, Htreet, him u tuddlAinnmliewlllget you u auddle Stanford, K. colt, glte him n trotter inure, he will get s youu trotting colt, remember lleuil Naboth KmIi aorvod at alt bourt up to Hfc V, m. fsiomblned, with more record fumlllesthan nst place lu wnl'or a good iulck most nny hor. In Kentucky. (Ivorge Wllkt aqd Undertaking. Furniture lUtttt. Klectluneer. Hunilllonlon and four cruase of thoroughbred to gle ulm stauilua. (Jkoklng to suit our cuitouiersourtpeclnlljr. I'omoaiid tee this hone be Uvea without Hplendld new line of fancy irom I Lincoln Lodm.No.W. K,A A.M. wllluit a fault, lie it perfect cannot euu to enci. ut by be Day Phone 28. erupt Orooorle. In slated comuiuntcatlon on ench ftrtt and three horte. of coltt ttauu at tne excelled nunueuey plea, llutUr milk I ttilni Moniluy nlglitt oleaeli moutn, at I'M but Yards, will lUtl're0,Handwlohe, Night Phone 133. Mtock jounuook, caretaker, puoue i oviock in ineir uaii ou .um.ii sirutwi, aiaii beat personal care aua tweot milk, to at all timet. I ford, Ky MtinWrt ut tlttar lod are Ira-- 1 1VI. the 15 lo Insure a.Hrlng takeu, coU. Kee taruttllylmltwltoU) iiruaut. T. W. IKTrl, W. A. CARSON, ' Htanlord, Kjr, Hoc, 'rbone a Kings. e llral-clii- When Hungry Auctioneer! S. K. DUDDERAR, Stanford, Ky. Enter-tainm- en MASON'S MEET. W. A. TRIBBLE, Polled Angus Bull Amusement and Every Evening. Prp. .Stanford, Ktjntueky. The latest and be run ol mot lug picture at the Thettorlu.n 1'leavt the grown, lolka. the my thoroughbred Polled delightsOnly child reu. Anew picture every V I will stand night. nud loo Stanford, Ky Angus bull at my pluo. on Homerset pike KmuQamtNuumi allJW, .Money due when cow known to be Those having cktltnt against the estate of Mrt. Welle ltlee,deoaied,wlll preaeuttuaiu, with call or parte f om proven to me at once. Those ow ng the estate are notified to tettle with m o. y,. bovKM,, lumedtauiy. ko. li, PKiurr. Administrator Mrs. (telle Wet) BtauUMM Ky- - NOTICE! rr. -- wriwa