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N.17 HEAVY FROST KILLS FRUIT AND VEGETABLES Much TO START JJORK ON (JKAND OLT) MAN" BIGAREHOUSE. Loss Occasioned In This John Baufihman to Put up Build ing to Handb Five Million Section By Freezing Weather Of Saturday Night. Pounds of Tobacco. T AND UN OF GARRAKDi ORKAT-aiUXDSO- X I WIN THEIR FIFTEENTH STRAIGHT VICTORY (WANT PHYSICIANS IN PRESIDENT'S CABINET. . Stanford Nine Defeat Lancaster Central Kentucky Medical Men Co On Latter's Grounds By Score On Record Here Guests Of Of 10 to 3. Dr. Carpenter. The Stanford High School team gave their old time Lancaster rivals the whipping of their lives in a game play ed on Lancaster's own grounds Friday afternoon and won their 15th straight The Central Kentucky Med'cal Socie ty convened In the parlors of the St. Asaph Hotel Thursday nt 10 a. m. Dr. J. G. Carpenter, the retiring president, called the Society to order. Blessings of the Deity were invoked by the Rev. J. J. Dickey, who 'was a guest, with Revs. Wnlkcrar.d Hoskins. Dr. J. B. Klnneird, of Lancaster, the president-elec- t, was promptly inducted into office and called for the reading of the minutes of the last meeting, which were read by Secretary Dr. Tom Price. of Harrodsburg, nnd.'accepted. Dr. J. G. Carpenter, of Stanford, delivered a brief and spicy valedictory on the inscription on the Kentucky Coat of Arms "United We Stand, Divided We Fall" which was enjoyed; discussed briefly by the members and Rev. Dickey. Dr. Rico Cowan, of Danville, presented a most entertaining and instruc tive essay on Pellagra, which was very highly complimented and was discussed by several members. Dr J G. Carpenter then spoke on the Hookworm Disease. The eggs, embryos and hookworms were illustrated with microscopic and macroscopic drawings and he presented the subject and highly edified the audience. The paper was discussed by most of the members. The Medical Defense League of the Kentucky State Medical Association was then introduced by Dr. J. G. Carpenter and an invitation extended to all reputable physicians to join this league and be in the ark of safety before the evil days draw nigh, forearming each, and taking for a motto g, m Fruit, vegetables and unprotected toIf cut off bacco olants were killed with a sharp blade, by the heavy frost and freeze of Saturday night. The loss to tha fruit growers and truck farmers In this part of the State la very heavy, and great disappointment la heard on all aides, for every thing seemed to give, promise of bumper crops this year, The frost was one of the heaviest over seen In this section, for the night was very clear. Tho thermometer which had been hovering very low all day Saturday, fanned by chilly winds, went down rapidly by nightfall, nnd a skim of let) a quarter of an inch thick was found In some places Sunday morning. All growing vegetables wore short at tho ground, about the only ones not killed outright being onions and peas. Some truck gardeners had beana about ready to blossom, and tho prospect for a heavy fruit crop in this section had been splendid. Some uneasiness is folt among tobac C3 growers In this section as tothe outcome of the tender young plant, which may not have been fully protected. Authorities say that wbcro the canvas is laid directly on thq plants and ground and npt slightly raised by rails around the bed, there la great danger of, loss from frost, and If this should prove to have been the case, the loss will be very heavy In this county. Hillenmcyer, the Lexington fruit aayi, "Tho frost was one of the most disastrous within my recollection and the fruit crop of Kentucky is n Joh i P, Baughman will have work aurttii at once breaking ground for the large handling and prizing warehouse w leh he wi build for tho reception of th- - immonse crop of tniiacco which will bt nisi! in Lincoln county this year il iris leiitcil thj warehouse for thrte W. yirt, with the privilege of five, tocrop 1. Klncald, who buva most of the railed In this county. MrWKlncald sayi Mist he expcti to hntidle 5,000,-0pounds of tobacco out of Lincoln cojnty this season. Tho warehouse will bo built on Mr. Bauglrntn's prnpvtv adjoining Iho L. & N. railri'id, nnd will bo 70x140 feet 0) IrHaW. asiBiaVrA SBBBBBBBBBBBBBFT "Natflf 'liBssssm V5fZlW I IsaslMf JiviBBBBBBBBlv9ViaTdKBBK iiiaBsssslsisssssssssssssssttB. m. p I a Mm. . SBBBBBBBBBBKe BBSSSSSSSSSSSBRv, iVjvI M fjflBiBBBVl"MfSPAiCrK . Ms M mK I . -- 4ssaWSaaHWaflkjBflB aL 'a JitmPJ - Hisssssl 'Usassssssssssssssssssssssf-sisssss- "a l ff universally blighted." Cleared $51.50. Baptist Ladles of Crab Orchard To Give Another Play. The ladies of the Baptist church at Crab Orchard cleared 51 60 with their play, "Tho Time of Ills Life," given there last week. They will give another next Thursday night, entitled "The Modern Sewing Society," in which Miss Marie Mahony, of thia city, will elng solo and Russell Brown will give a negro dialect atunt. A crowd of Stanford people attended the performance last week and were greatly plsas-eThe proceeds go towards purchasing a new carpet for the church. d. Assessment Stands. r ,No Raise Will Be Made By State Board This Year. Lincoln county'a assessment for taxation this year, which was raised about $100,000 by tho board of supervisors, will not be further raised by tho state It has accepted board of equalization. the assessment as fair. Among the counties whose local assessment was accepted are: Adair, Barren. Boyle. Bullitt, Carlisle, Casey, Clark, Greenup, Hart, Knox, Knott, Lincoln, Madison, Martin, Menefee, Mercer, Monroe and OOtli Nelson- JttBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBvSalBBa BBkBBBBBsW JbBBBm BBkBBBBBBBBBBlC'E JflT dimensions, it will acmmodato MUBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBlBlB BBBBBBBBBBWSBBBM HItlBBBBBBV iKSIBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHaTBBBall BBrVBBBBBBBV? I. Kh MjlMslsSSSSSSSSSSSTis)FsE net of scales and pre.4ii- - and 1slssK? SBBBBBBBBW KF Mr. Kin. 4i J says that ho expects to re SO day hogsheads a ceive ami pr'ze there. Up will work from 25 to 50 men in the warehouse d'iring tho busy season. Mr. Klncald says that owing to the Immense crop being ruined south of the Kentucky river this year, and 'which is all out of tho pool, practically, he does Cowtesy of Couri - r - Journal not expect to aeo the price of tobacco A dispatch from Lancaitr lay i that: Mr. Lcavell has, nlso, the most unu as high as last year, when hi paid an nee the in u ol sual record of having lived t average of about IS cents per pound for "One of the most remark i who seventh u iiemtluii, well remembering bought. L.eavf.l, Garrard county Is John all ho his great-tnl' ner, hehimelf being celebrated his 93 rd b riwy March 21. a great-- ' mil ie lie is truly termel Gurrard'i "Grard Thorough Cleaning yfi l standpoint, Mr, From Old Man" as both his mental and phys- Leavell u cuorly u scion of a pioneer Is Given The Old TownPromo ical powers aru remarkably well pre- stick, with all its vigor and fine mateHe is Gi feet tall served, he being utile to talk by the rial development. ters Warmly Praised. weighed over 200 pounds. hour of the many interesting incidents and has This acred Garrardite is the father of The members of thoIJWomtn's Civic in his long and active career, lie can Improvement Club and of the City go bick and give the platforms of ev- ten children, seven of whom are still D Council arc receiving the warmest ery presidential campaign. lie was in living, and are as follows: A. praise on all aides for tho unqualified his young Utjs an old line Whig, but Leavell, Walker Leavell, Miss Belle being Southern sympathizer, later be- Leavell, Mrs. John FranciN, of Lancas movement success of their cleaning-uJohn Leavell, of Becos, Texu9. Mrs Already about 40 wagon loads of troth came a staunch democrat. lie is the only remaining organizer of Jennie Armstrong, of Frankfort, and have boon hauled out of town and tho Everyone the First National Bank of Lancaster, Mrs Jasper Bogle, of Indianapolis. wagons are utill working. Macks-vill- e and was its president from 1870 to 1S72, lie has 30.grand children, and also seemed willing to was cleaned like it has not been in and for many years one of its directors. largo number of Trm unusually bright little lad of the years, and the old town has been given He is the only surviving county comspring cleaning of the most thorough missioner who built the present Gar- picture is his great grandchild, repreand tho only senting with Mr. Leavell the extremes rard county court hou-sort. living member that negotiated the ex- of four generations. He is Master tension of the Kentucky Central (now Henry Clay Jennings, son of Mr. and Halls Gap Sunday-Schoo- l. the Louisville & Nashville) .from Row- Mrs. J. B. Jennings, of Pecos, Texas; Mrs. Jennie Armstrong, of Frankfort; land to Richmond. Reorganized And Work Is Pro- - Mr. Leavell in his prime was both a Mrs. Jasper Bogie, of Indianapolis. He has 30 and a large successful farmer and financier, owning grossing At Rowland. several hundred acres of the best land number of great grand chilrdren. The unusually bright little lad of the of the Sunday- - of upper Garrard. Be was also a lead A grand-chilrepreschool of Fairview Baptist church was ing stockman and is one of the very picture is his great effected Sunday afternoon, with the few remaining who sent stock South on senting with Mr. Leavell the extremes HnAlpr of four generations. He is Master following officers In charge: Superin font, nnd was mirh fen oytpnnivn i that he almost governed tho market in Henry Clay Jennings, son of Mr. and tendent, Mr Meadows; aaa't supt, Mr. I Mrs. J. B. Jennings. of Pecos. Tex. this section. J no. Carter; sec'y and treas.. Mrr. also elected ana Itice. Teachers were To War On Tuberculosis. Horse Killed. , plenty of good literature provided. The church seems to be taking on new life, A mass meeting will bo held at the Two young men who came through the building is soon to bo completed Presbyterian church Sunday evening, town Sunday about noon on motorcycles and next Saturday all are to meet and in charge of the physicians of the city, give the church a good spring cleaning Beared a looso horse on the Danville at which tho war upon tuberculosis will Sunday-schoSunday pike so badly that he backed off tho bo discussed, and an effort be made meets every The to afternoon at 3 o'clock and they also abutment at tho covered bridge and enlist the hearty of the hope to have preaching twice a month. was killed. This place has been unpro- people of Stanford. It is expected that New trustees will be elected at the tected ever Bince the pikes were freed. all of the churches will close their doors, Rowland church next Sunday after- Tho horse belonged to George Hays. so that the congregations may attend has noon. Already the Sunday-schoo- l this meeting. Something may also be The Markets. CO members. enrolled about said about the fight to prevent typhoid In twj to mi KISA J 1 y victory. The final scoro was 1G to 3 and the score eloquently tells tho tale of the difference between the two nines. The Lancaster boys are coming here next Friday, however, nnd will have several new men, and promise to make ' a great effort for revenge. The Stanford players so far outclass ed their rivals that a complete story of the game would fill a volume. All of the Stanford players had their batting eyes with them. They slaughtered Her- ron for four innings, piling up a total of 1G hita and 13 runs. Schooler, who succeeded him, fared a trifle better, but the slugger would not be denied, and continued the run making. In the fourth inning the team batted around, Joe Hill getting singles each time he came up. Every man was on his toes during the game, but Wesley Embry was undoubtedly the star. Out of five times up he hit safely four times and smashed out a corking three bngger iq the third inning with the bases filled Besides his splendid stick work, young Embry pitching for Stanford, held the opposingpam to two hits, neither of which they would have had, had his support been faultless. As it was the Stanford lads played gilt edged ball both at the bat and In the field, and proved the splendid work which Coach Arthur Long has done In teaching them the i p It, e. grand-childre- n Celebrates Birthday. Mrs. Eliza iloskins Farris, of Lancaster, on Saturday celebrated her 00th birthday anniversary at the home of her great niece, Mrs. Joe E. Robinson. Mrs. Farris is a historic personage iu that she was as tho Florenco Nightengale of Camp Dick Robinson, of Civil War times, and many aro the interest ing reminiscences she can relate. Her parents' home was just across tho road from tho famous Federal station, and Mrs. Farris met and mingled with Gens. Thomas, Sherman, Nelson, Landram, Frye and other military notables. Killing at Somerset. well-know- n Joe Woods and James Zachery, residents of Somerset, engaged in a quarrel and Zachery was struck over tho head with a plank. His wound was dressed and he went about his bus iness. In exactly six hours after he was struck he fell suddenly to Hie ground and expired. The men wore brothers-in-law- . No one has ever made a salve, ointment or balm to compare with Buck-ten- 's Arnica Salve. Its the one perfect healer of Cuts, Corns, Burns, Bruises, It'sThc World's Best. Sores. Scalds. Boiia, Ulcers, Eszema, Salt Rheum,. For Sore Kyis. Cold Sores and Chapped hands, or Sprains, It U supreme. Infallible for Piles. Only 25c at Penny's Drug Store. Mark Jennings, confined In Jail at Lancaster without bail for killing Geo recently, McCowan at BryanUvlllo, slashed his throat with a small piece of glass, but without doing himself much damage. He (s boliqved to be fever. Cincinnati, April 25. Cattle Re- Two Operettas cciptr 270; market steady; fair to good Ilustonville Honor Roll. shippers 0 05 to 7.75; common 2.75 to Hogs Receipts 1,000; market 5 25. The honor roll of the Ilustonville Will Be Given By School Children active, 15 to 20c higher on 100 pounds; graded school for the month just past On April 29. butchers and shippers 9 55 to 9 CO; com- is as follows: mon 7 75 to 9.40. Sheep Receipts Anna Floyd, Paul Willie, Marion Tho pupils of the Stanford Graded none; market steady; 4 25 to C 40. Liups, Allen R. Evans, Dunn Sandidge. Walter Murphy, Lena Russell, Mamie and High School will give two operet- Lambs-Mar- ket steady, 6.25 to 3.40. North, Malindu Nave, Mary Stagg, Liztas at the opera house, on tho evening zie Ashley, Roberta Blain, Ray Murof April 23th. 'The Wb,ole Year e phy, Nellie Allen, Jessie Girdler, Forced to Leave Home. Round," by Marzo. and "The Peppery Dugger, Laura Sandidge, Harmon large number of poor Barker, Earl Wright, Virginia Grubbs, Every year a Pa," by Geibel are tho .selections, yjiero are about 75 characters. The sufferers whose lungs are sore and Mabel Russell, Mary Skinner, Alfred music, la very.ltvely and of high grade racked with coughs, are urged to go to Tucker. T(ilt will bo one of tho nicest entertain-meat- s another climate. But thia is costly and Reaching The Top. of the kind, eye; gjven in Stan not always euro. There's a better way vigorIn any calling of life demands all hope that ev Let Dr King's New Discovery cure you ous body and a keen brain. aWithout ford and the teachers lung trou- health there Is no success. But Electric ery one will reserve thjs date to attend. at home. "It cured me of ble," writes W. It. Nelson, of Cala- Bitters is the greatest Health Builder fajfC-d- , and the world has ever known. It compels 19.25 Junction City. Ky., to Ashe mine, Ark , "when all else perfect action of stomach, liver, kidville, N. C. and return vja. Queen & I gained 47 pounds in weight. Its sure- neys and bowels, purities and enriches ly the King of all cough and lung the blood, tones and invigorates the Crescent Route. Tickets sold May 2 to and whole system and enables you to stand 11, Inclusive, good returning until May cures." Thousands owe their lives health to it. Its positively guaranteed the wear add tear of your dally work. 31, 1910. W. C. Rinearson, G. P. A. for Coughs, Colds, LaGrippo, Asthma, "After months of suffering from kidney trouble." writes W. M. Sherman. Me.. Croup all throat and lung trouble. "three bottles of Electric Bitters made Kills A Murderer. 60c and JI; trial bottle free at Penny's me feel like a new man. 50c at Pen Drug Store. A merciless murderer is Appendicitis ny'a Drug Store. with many victims. But Dr. King's New Life Pills kill it by prevention Killed By Falling Tree. Delegates to Conference. They gently stimulate stomach, liver Rev. J. J, Dickey and wife go to and bowels, preventing that clogging While walking under a tall tree on Richmond today to attend the Danville that invites appendicitis curing constiDistrict Conference. T D. Raney the Anderson farm near Stewart, 12 Sam Matheny are delegates from and pation, headache, billiousness, chills. tho west of Danville, George Russell, I SUntord cnurcn ana aumuei tiooeris miles 25c at Penny's Drug Store. a farmer, was killed by a falling limb, from tho Logans Creek church. Ab-oi- "inside" game. Harris Coleman batted like a fienr", slamming out five singles out of six times up, while Tom Bright doubled "semper paratus." twice. Two fast double plays were Dr. J. B. Kinnaird appointed Dr?. pulled off by the Stanford fielders, the Singleton, Price, Cowan and J. G. Carsecond in the ninth inning, cutting off penter to draft appropriate resolutions a score. in behalf of the Public Health Depart The Lancaster team played a nice ment to be created at Washington, D. Prof. C, with a physician for Cabinet Health game but were Bridges, the superintendent of the officer, and so earnestly espoused by school, remarked to Prof. Ireland: President Taft before and since his "You have no prep, team here; this election, and the work in the same line is a college team," which was consid which has been recently taken up and ered quite a compliment in view of the advocated by Senator Owens, of Oklafact that not one of the Stanford play homa; the army, navy, State and Inter ers Is over IS years of age, and five of state health bureaus being included in them are onlv 16. McRoberts put up one body, viz: the Public Health De game for Lancaster. partment, with each bureau the best The attendance was very good, the and subservient to the Public Health grounds being enclosed and with a nice Department. grand stand, something which is badly It was resolved that a copy of these needed here. The box score tells the resolutions be sent to President Taft, story of the massacre: Senator Owens, Senator Bradley and Congressman Harvey Helm from the STANFORD AB R H PO A E Central Kentucky Medical Association, 0 0 requesting most sincerely that these 6 Waters, If 4 0 1 13 1 2 McCartv. lb public officials use their best efforts to 6239 00 Penny, c 6 5 3 13 0 secure the passage of the Owens Pub Singleton, ss lic Health Department bill, with a phy 635 Coleman, 3b t z43 Embry, p i sician for a cabinet officer, to preside -.- .6 051 M Bright, 2b 12 over this department. 5 13 0 0 0 T Bright, rf Drs. R. C. McChord and Kobert, of 5 12 0 0 0 Hill, cf Lebanon, were guests of the Society. 49 16 24 27 19 4 The following members were present Totals from adistanco Drs. Price and Stra-de- r, LANCASTER Harrodsburg; Dr. Rice Cowan, of AB R H PO A E 40 3 1 Danville; Dr. Walter Hopper, Perry-villMiller, ss 3 McRoberts. cf Dr. Roberta Carpenter, Iluston1 00001 Kinnaird. if le; ville; Drs. Mays and McKinley, d 110 ! 110 1 1 1 15 00300 00 e; Fox. If Robinson, lb Dntv. rf& 3b Ball, 3b SrhnnW. 3h & n Bastin, c Herron, p&rf 3 3 3 2 4 3 10 0 10 9 0 0 0 0 0 10 10 106 0 0 2 Dat-vil- 10 00 30 113 4 3 3 0 ' Marshall Herring, of Ilustonville, passed through Danville last night with Superintendent of Schools Reginsteln Mrs. Robert Boyle, the wife of his bloodhounds. He had been to PuBoylo, of Lancaster, is consider man, who was a niece of the late Mrs. cnt doctors during nine months and has appointed L. N Taylor, former laski county, where the dogs trailed or paruiysis. aome Kinnaird. of Lancaster, and who was was cure! of dyspepsia by nVmnt aiinAflntanHAnr lnlanbl asiim ed dangerously in tw Matt A a aAlS A ! lAUAMta..AltAAII called there by the fatal Illness of her josePh Grondine, 197 Fountain down a corn thief. The corn was found ty, o. first cUrk in hi ollice to succeed .. invalid ever since. aunt about two months ago, Just re- was., Guaranteed ami the nl leered tl ief arrested. Advo- I IT. W. Vinson, who has been pro - bein? confined to herv chair all of the turned to Ohio last week, where she Street, rail Ktver. cate. U. L. Pesay, we. by died suddenly of heart disease. moted to the chief clerkship. time. " Good Job For Pulaskian. and Murk Deering was dangerously in- jured. 293 2 t26 16 5 Totals t M. Bright out for cutting 1st base T Scoro by innings 1234567891 16 01571010 Stanford Lancaster 00001010 -3 Summary Earned runs Stanford 12; three base hits Embry; two base hits Her -- Embrv. T. Bright. 2; Hits-- Off ron 16 In four innings; off Schooler, 8 in five innings; sacrifice hits Waters McCarty, Embry; Doty. Stolen bases-Wat- ers, McCarty, Penny. Coleman, 3; M Bright, T. Bright, McRoberts, Robinson. Ball, Schooler, 2. Struck out by Embry, 7; by Herron, 1; by Schooler 6 Bases on balls off Embry, 3. Passed balls Bastin, 3. Hit by pitched ball Bright, SinBall. Double plays-- M. gleton and McCarty; Singleton, McCarty and Penny. Left on bases Stanford. 8; Lancaster, 4. Time of game-o- ne hour and 50 minutes. Uraplrea-El- kln and Penny. Tha erack Harrodsburg High School team has been scheduled for a game here against the Central Kentucky champions on May 14. The Times of Saturday and Conrier Journal of Sunday both had pictures of the Stanford nino. but printed so poorly the mem bers were indistinguishable, 1- Dr. J. B. Kinnaird, Lancaster; Dr. Sowder, Mt. Vernon. The local physicians present were Drs. O'Ban- non, Peyton, Brown, Phillip?, Reid, Doores and Carpenter. Through Dr. Rice Cowan a vote of thanks was extended to Dr. J, G. Carpenter for the kind and generous hosmempitality extended the bers and guests, who were dined as his guests at the St. Asaph Hotel, with a bountiful cuisine. The Society adjourned to meet In Lancaster on the 3d Thursday in July, at 10 o'clock, in honor of Dr. J. B. Kin naird. out-oi-to- Veteran Very III. "Uncle" Joe F. Rlgney, of Poplar Hill, Casey county, is very ill, and his many friends in this and adjoining; counties ore uneasy over his condition. The veteran is about 70 years of age, and though a man of Iron constitution and unusually good health during his long life, it Is feared that his system has been so undermined that he will not be able to throw off this last Illness. He Is an uncle of J. F. Rlgney, of thia city, and well known here. JoiinOwslky Reid and Welch Rochester went to Louisville Saturday and returned Sunduy In Mr. Reid's big motor tar. II . Lincoln Hounds' Good Work, News has been received by Garrard! tt 1 't "Inles im m M s4 " jli. iJLl"idh ,tr "- ' ' ''' ;.... . A&.-.&- '. . Jf. .- - oM 1" 4 J PAGE TWO TUB INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, ItY. rt '.'.-- i APRIL 'tfa. i: 1910 Double Your Profits by Using an Johnson Is certainly not the logical for ilovemor. We man to nominate ha've heard many reasons urged Established 1872. him of which we know lit tle; and many which wc do not beKVBRT TUESDAY AND FIUDAV lieve should be held ngninst any At ii' Tcr Year In Advance. man who honorably seeks the suffrages of his counttymen. We don't any man who uses one. 51 per cent, of the food value of corn Publisher believe that the fact that a man has 8HELTON SAUFLEY. contained in the shucks, cob, leaves and stalk, 40 per cent In the been compelled to take human life , led by cutting and shock n therefore com hand- Entered at tho Tost Offlco at his own defense or under, circum- in cent, by nutting in the SILO in the field loses 51 per 'Class mall. Kjr., as Second stances which proved him in the saved by feeding through the right, should cut any figure when 5 per cent, total food value The Interior Journal. xn-ccrni- INDIANA SILO. ja SHOES, : s 0 o o o o 0 tt o o Hi 4 Ask p named? Wo would be pleased for those who oppose him to come out from under cover and give a valid reason for Record. opposition to vllle have A greiLt many sugRcsttons been made as to who should bo nominated as the Democratic candldato for governor sincoisita became known that candidate. Can any one tell us why ho is not n well fitted for tho office as any roan that has ben Ma onrntMnnv fnr nfTW la rnnoiilor. OlLU IS U5 PCr CCM V 0 $ q O cd. Good friend Shinnick, in our humble estimation if the Democrats of ( Kentucky are desirous of enjoying four more years of Republican rule in the state after the administration headed by Gov.t Willson is end- church. He said to us: "I know you feel as I do about it, ed, they can insure it in no more certain way than by making Ben that a man's religious views shouldI , Johnson their nominee for Govern- not be thought of in politics, but 1 or. There a number of reasons, we know they are, sometimes, and think, why this so, and we are go- know that there a great many men j ing to give you a few of them frank- in the state who would not vote for -' ly, since you have asked for them. Ben Johnson because he is a Catlio- 1 And if you had had the opportun- lie. I am a Catholic myself, yet ity, as we had, to meet with Demo know this to be true, and I believe crats from all over the state at that for this reason alone, if no oth Frankfort during the recent legisla- - ers were to be considered, it would democratic live session, and to nave nearu tne be very unwise for the for governor. views of a great majority of them, party to nominate him . regarding Democracy's next candid- It's a pity that everyone is not broad-Governor, we believe that minded enough to see the injustice ate for you would see where we are right. of this, but they do not seem to be.'" And we agree exactly with what In the first place, the vast major- our friend, this leading Catholic citiity cf the Democrats of Kentucky zen of Frankfort, lins to say on this the country Democrats, who are question. principle and not Democrats from These things are more or less of from hopes of political pelf, as is a personal nature, nnd we linve not the case in many of the larger citliked the task of speaking so plainies are not going to accept with ly of them. We hnve known Mr. open arms a candidate for governor Johnson during his service as a State whose chief source of support is the Senntor at Frankfort, and nersonnl- notorious boss from the Bucking- ' r rndnrl hiir no rtlAfiti nixl nnlf kj tjiiV4 unit a j wt.iiit ham Theatre, in Louisville. Col. Jno. You have asked why he is notuui fit H. Wliallen. The country democrats ted to be the party's nominee for intenwill doubt the sincerity and governor, and we have told you a tions of any man who is known ns few of the chief reasons that have Whallen's candidate. Many will inappeared to us. In a campaign deed doubt the brand of his democ- with Johnson as the nominee, the racy, for it is known to the world democracy would constantly be contributed $250 to on the defensive, explaining this upthatWhallen or the Taft campaign fund in 19'8and its candidate or trying has fought Bryan from first to last. that about out this or that in his to smooth A man who can so easily change political record or political connechis political cloak, is hardly the one tions. Why a man for to name the candidate of a great whom such a nominate would have sacrifice especially when such a party, atd to be made when there are so many boss rarely warmly espouses the would men who can cause of any candidate, who is not not be known be named who as entirely subservient to his master of any one factionthe representative of the party, but mind. Ben Johnson's alliance with could unite them all; who could lead Whallen and his crowd would cost party in a splendid offensive him thousands of votes in the rural the campaign, based upon the incompedistricts. The support of Whallen tency of the party in power, and not may be necessary to carry Louis argu going to be the be compelled to use all his ville, but this is not in explanation or palliation of sole consideration in the nomination ments his own We believe of the democratic candidate for gov- that the democracy of Kentucky is democracy is ernor. The country alive the situation, and is not not going to "permit Whallen to going to be misled. to name the candidate as the price of his support of the ticket, Whallen may bolt, if not given his own sweet will the Louisville brand of democracy frequently does that but with a man at the head of the ticket upon whom the united party out in TO the state has put the seal of its approval, it really makes little difference how Whallen feels about it. And right here, it may be said that the part Ben Johnson played in Letting TUESDAY. APRIL, L'O. 1010, alliance with the other henchmen of Whallen, in drafting the notorious Notice is hereby given that I, as gag rules in the last Kentucky Sen- Supervisor of turnpike roads for Linate, does not count in his coln county, Ky., will mti 10 o'clock was in the private councils of the leaders who wrote those rules, A.,M. Tuesday April 2(5, 1910 receive and suggested important parts in sealed lmU for stone, a,nd gravel conthem. Tjiose rules were more od-o- tracts ou the various sections of turnto lovers of fair play than the pikes in Mild Lincoln county, Ky. iron-cla- d All1 bids for furnishing, rules of Cannon. How. Mr hauling, Johnson could reconcile his position breaking nnd spreading stone- nud against the rules of Cannon in the gruVel must be sealed and filed with National House, and his suggestions nip on or before 10 o'clock a. m., in the drafting of the rules of the Tgesxlay, April i;6 1010, at Stanford. , Kentucky Senate, would be rather Ky., and no bids will be received after hard to explain to the democrats of that time. Contracts will be let to tho lowest and best bidders, and conKentucky, it strikes us. Again. It has been said time and tractors will be required to give bond again, that one of the causes that with surety, to be approved by me, lent toward democratic disaster in tor me minimi performance ot tneir the last state campaign was the lack contracts and for all penalties aud of ability and aggressiveness of damages for failure to so perform Judge Hager as n tump speaker, their contracts within tho time and and his failure as a, "mixer." We under the conditions hereinafter menspeak plainly, But the truth .of this tioned. Stanford fe Danville pike ec. 1 is too weh known; and Mr. Johnson does not excel Judge Hager as a from Stanford to Mrs. Mattie White's, stump speaker, and further, is as 3Q rods stone. "cold us a cucumber" in a crowd. Same, sec. 2 from Mrs. Mattie He is not the kind of a candidate White's gate to Boyle county line that "warms up" and can rally the 30 rods stone. Stanford it Rush Branch pikoec 1 boys to the old Hag or set them cheering and fighting for the grand from Stanford it Lancaster pike to " old party. He would Rush Branch, 25 rodsstono. Same, hoc. 2, from Rush Branch to not dare meet Judge O'Rear on the stump. It would be a farce from Huhblo, 20 rods stone. Stanford tt Crab Orchard pike, sec. beginning to end. We can get a candidate who is a speaker; we must 1 from Stanford to Baughman's gtti, e "rab- 20 rod stone. have one one of the Same, sec. 2, from Bauchmau's ble rouscrs," as Ollie James calls them, so what's the use of going gate to jjy water gate 1p roils stono.. Same, sec. 3, from Bywaters' cate through a campaign with tho feeling of a funeral, when we don't have to Crub Orchard, 40 rod gravel. Stanford it Dix River pike sec. 2 to, and have learned better by this from Hoyden's Switch to Traylor's time? There are other reasons why Mr Lane, 20 rods stone. , . half of your feed and have But there is no gainsaying the1 Whyconliauc to waste INDIANA SILO Is within the O When the fact that it docs, someiimes. We do Poor stock? $185 SILO holds antccd. just that the reach of all and fully guar not believe it fair or &nd feeds 28 cattle six months, religious belief of any man should nine ftforcom most ensilage and the Also agent be even remotely considered when and com elevator political office is mails, Cutters, Practical his candidacy for : : : sudttfistfid. The Church and the a"d loader. State should te kept inviolably scp- T li i TT arate. In this connection, we do ntt I" ,' "" , f"" offer our own opinion in the matter, AGENT. 1 VJJ r aJ XAA but will quote one of the foremost citizens of Frankfort, and ono of our wannest personal friends, and lie is WttlfKlKHKtKKmmKKWSSKtKHKKt' ItfBUMiiHi ' n devout member of the Catholic acs te equip-convey- or I rj tfl C o 0 0 0 0 WE v. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Shoos ..lion itlie msin.'iniHlldvcssj; ,W.J'i shoes' for (he man at tho plow shoos for tho man in (ho ollioc nnd shoes lor tho boy on (he diamond. We are shoe people, our di'p nninnistniul UHI rfJy4' I lvici in both low and high shoos at o.f0 to 5 lire as tft r m ,:JH tt UwffMAk stylish D'MIIM w inmiov huvs. rv and as o o o o o o & 0 O & & & Have the Superior ric , . corn planter with both edge and flat dropping plates, al- -- horse, Superior so. the planters and fertilizers. These planters have been tested satisfaction. and give 1 0 0 0 '0 0 0 if 0 '0 10 0 10 10 W Our Mnenzies ft o work shoe al i and 11.50. 1 be soft- lieve is (he est and the irlobo ionir-e- st wearing work shoe made on the to-da- y. A KlXXSKBin-BX- 0 strongs' at enifiit W. I'at if. HIGG1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. &: ... V bill we believe "l true try one pair and sec. Black 0 o 1;." .. mwmmzmr&wmmmtmwz di Stanford or ta(n. . .- 0 o & - it from Sinn ford rods stone. !rC"ik j .I Stnniiinl fc lruvnto.liiin iilke. w l from Stanford to OtluniieiiH Hk. 25 rods stone. Same sec. 2, from OttenhelM puw i rotul at hot o to Mavwood Co. W I' Knob, 25 rodFame, sec. 'A from Mnywood Co. road to Cnrter'. Store, 10 rod stone. Stanford it Ilitetonville pike sec. 1 0.icrtaKer and Embalm-ttr- . from Stanford to Cash's store 30 r xl Also Dealer in stone. The 2, frwn CaiW; "tore to Same, will exchange Furnituro fir Hanging Fork crook, 30 rorft ttoue. dl Kinds of Stock. AGiv Same, sec. 3, from Hanging Fork riifm h Call. I'riie Right. creek to Hiistonville, 10 rods stoue. - KEWTUCK Jliistonville it Coffey's mill pike, SrM-OU1 0 0 ''"Ot. . .rjs-.-'-0 0 0 0 0 ?b&miWjm(M 0 t Stanford, Kentucky. 0 rsr?i-arvp,ttsi5- li. X,. J,W ' uar" 0 0 SSV im&&& 'tenjsms 00000 0 0 0 0 0 0000000000 O O O OO OOOOQ 0 0 . M.Beazley&Co., w ... iw?IK-Sf-c &X&LM rJucmjiUw H. J. McROBERTS, G L. IV nny R. 11. (Vtlcv W K. R. Coleman JC Dr. Hess' Poultry Panacsa Y D. short-coming- ...NOTICE... Contractors, 1 from IIutonville to AVm Carson's, 20 rods stone. Ilustonvillo it Danville pike sec. 1 from Hiistonville to Black pike 00 rods stoue. Same, sec. 2, from Black pike to Boyle Co. line 20 rods stone. McKinney it Coffey's mill piko sic 2 from Old Toll ,Gute Uquso to Fair place 25 rods of stone. Danville it Lancaster pike, whole road, J5 rods stone. Lincoln it Boyle- pike, whole road, 5 rods stone. 6cc. Fish & Pennington, Insurance and Real S) CQ Estate. S rtt - Hanging l'ork and Hubble pike from Rush Branch pike to Danville nud Lancaster piko 5 rods of gravel. A rod of stone or gravel shall consist of 225 cubic feet. All kinds of INSURANCE on all Wn feS kinds of proporty. Only thelatg- xW est companies represented. Rates ns low sa can )o had anywhere. ttl Will iimko hen lay, cure them and keeji them in good thrifty condition. The iiicreuH- - in the number of epw laid, will more than jiay for the small expeii-- of feeding. It is sold at Penny's Drug Store. of iIikcum; 5r5J JcV tj . ' fs IQl fjS ri-- j JSIJ Stanford, Ky.. Phone 200. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! well m I tie (rnlir.t of rut nowtrt. plants of ah kinai. tiuuit. potica now,r.oton miori muk .ptclulty I can litrnUh th public with Ihe PENNY'S DRUG STORE, favor-Jolinso- us Hand broken stone nnd gravel must be on margin of road or section by Sept. 15, 1OJ0. All gravel must be eprend before Oct. 15, 1010. All metal is to ho measured by the super, visor or his assietant who may designate when and where it U to be spread. All crushed stone must be spread uot later than Jan. 1, 1011'. All stoue furnished must he good, souiul, bard limestone or quartz nud broken into pieces not to exceed two inches in diameter. The gravel must be clean ami llinty. Tho court or its representative may reject any material not of proper eho or quality. Bidders must say whether stono will be broken by hand or crushed. The supervUor reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Blank forms on which bids may. bo made can ho obtained from the county clerk. Copies of bouds may be obtained at the County Clerk's office. Lincoln county owns a rock crusher aud contractors will be permitted to use it at SI per rod. bit, nt prlcn. wrrutln notice. Alto lor lor fuufrnl purioo-t- . I bnve nil In connectlnu with klndi ot Vfgi'lublf on liuml at rrmonuUle OHHIKTMAN OIIKKN HOUHKH. Kl) lltlilllKIi, l'HOll. H " Be Ml ' yi'j-Tii'- -- .ajsp i : fi li e Htknrnnt.Ky. Ii CONCRETING Wenreln position to do all klodi ot concreting, men at llloi'k Work, Pavement and. In (act. w can make any thing from tiouie down to a fenc poit. Wo can terve nr.t.clau 70U promptly and guarantio work nnd material. Call and grt our prtwi Deiorv you vuj our uiaivriai ai (van. B rKVPTTr rgre?f a7Vsti fagjj' mmSnnnr ' m S r -- 1 . B . ii. , jitBMasasswsrrwi)jMi))i.iij,i,iii J - r i PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. 3 J, J. BELDEN, Kor boutr, carriage and den pnlntlnK deco rullvB nanr huuulnu alio buuv trlininlni topi recoxircd curtains ol nil klndi iucn and boots made, btop o r Aldrd1 black sialth shop West Main Ht., Mloulord Ky., rpone IB5SSsBVs&a jil w V JL Wl gSJSJSSSBI W a S" ts M- . I 1 ' mm : Z r ) O 9 I .::; n I'll I'l j? .i I J .o,jy. J J. IIKI.UKN. P 5 demcr-crat-ic- S, K. DUDDERAR, Supervisor Turupiko Roads for coln County. Lin- Stock of Merchandise for Sale. I dvtlrv to tell prlvntly my Hock o( dro cerlfsaiid Unrdwarr IVilnis a gool busi ness,, will invoice nuoui i:,jw. iwuson-IlltivallU. When You Have - (iKO, U. HOl'I'Clt. Htanford, Ky. old-tim- NOTICE ! Those having claims ogalntt the es Everything (or Orohiird, Lawn nnd (lurden. tate of Geo. U. auiley, dertaied, are Ono MilI lion Htrawberry plants. rre catalogues. notified to present same to the under-stoneNo Agents. properly proven, fnr payment. Those owing him will please make setH.F. Hillenmeycr & Soni, tlement with me at oo9. George L. Penny, administrator. Kkntccky, Lhxikuion. Fruit and Ornamental Trees I ADMINISTRATOR'S Toi-o'lCd- ll U. B. Northcott, Hauford, Ky. 'Plioue 1Q3. THURMAN K. TUDOR, M,MStr, t dJWV Htfitt JfVj. ? APRUJ 2001,1910 THEiNTCrftfort JOiinWXU, MMPbnfyKVi pXdfe three ' New SjprigriShoes, New Wash Suits. , PRETTY THIN GOODS FOR THE DRESS UP DRESS. ! Korah Foulards. 3 i A pretty fabric so much like the silk that when made up ynu hardly tell the difference. 25c yard. ct The wash coat suit Js a necessity in every 'Indys wardrobe, they' ore Our new low show hove nil the stylo and quality possible for human BELMAfc POPLIN.' , sklll'iMtd .experience opu't Into a shoe. There Is a certain refinement to comfortable, clean rind fresh looking and take the place of a thin dress Comes in all the new Spring shades, looks like silk, (washes well anil ' or woolen dress" If you paid the price we ask for the904li6e9 tliWfew possess. Tho effect of your dress Is spoiled by an the suit for the mak-I- II fitting badly lasted Shoe. We have the new one, two or three strop ing alone you could not get nny jxsttcr workmanship. Every skirt to costs less. Only "25c yd. ' 1114 ' MONOTONE SILK AND CANTON SILK J gun metal, patent. Let us fit you with the style that these suits are shrunk before making so there is 'no drawing Up. Prices slippers in suede, SS to $lu. These part silk fabrics are for style and beauty unsurpassed,' YbQf looks test oil your feet. Prices $2.50, $3 and $350. suitable for this seasons' style of dress. 50c yd. I ' SEVERANCE & SON, K. S. Alcorn has returned from u .Shuttles for Penny's Drug business trip to Louisville. it Store Mrb. J. F. Hancock, of Lebanon, is visiting Mrs. W, V. Klncald. 1 PERSONALS. Tommy C. BALL, the "Mayor of ipent Saturday in the city visitEl.MKll TONNPTT hn born quite sick. Mrs. Sun Ykagkh is in Louisville, ing with old friends. Miss Kaciiel Aluson Is tho guest the guest of Mrs. Dolpb Itlcr.. of friends In Lexington. Tub littl dsucbtr r of J. Ii Carr, L Miss Lettie Helm is spending somo & N. agent at Lexington, tiled this time the guest of her filter in Louisweek, aged 9 year, of atomtich trou ville. Me Mr. Carr is n brother in law of Rout. Gregory and George Martin, J. S. and T. A Wee. of tins citv of Livingston, were in Stanford last II. 12. GriATZ, repfeientlnR un ndver-tMln- week calling on friends. cut house, was in Stanford last JoiH'it llorrr.li is ill at his homo on week, and did n rikxJ tiutinvas anionic East Mum aWtei with the mumps. the liv) inrittunl. Sl'OONAMORC is tho MISS llKtWIH Mli Mifi.k'. Whitc ha returned gurttof Mr Hulfmun, O. I hn afivr fl visit iUrrodsburf: rul in Danville ' Bll MKh Mattib Nbvius has returned a JBa'IkKvum mi her Mttlt fromu viiit to hr on, J Nevius. . WaJIr (JmkMvt f rnl family at tAneacUr GMNri. t i'nu 0xhi4 MRU. It I). I'AKTsm an4i't svral J. At. ALVBRI"MI WuS 'ivcr f'i'Dl oVy with her moUar l JItchllbMrf . FtUktwri Ue ybm, 'frn4rtry to MM. AliOH ORBIN setftinucR quit ill iw th- - ..j'.'al M0"tMC '.' MVhfhom m Up Uomr"t pik. ' i' in t I" wLi wkurn h r MiCi .loir' future. ami family drorc orer in . u. motor Mil. AND Mil. Joi Fauii arti ex- ear from Frankfort and pnt Sunday pected U Danvlll in a fw 4ay frmn with Ins brother. Metr. Will and A. Orlmdo, Fla , whtr Oty spMt th li. Severance and fnmilieK. . winter and spring, Atlvocalw. of Lebanon, Rhv. A. S. Morrm-TMil). J. It. HotlitNK has returned to who preached nt the Prebytrian I.anaa.lqr attwu vMt to Mrs. V. K. church Sunday, was tho g'wt f Mr. Warner. and Mm. W. H HigRlnsduring his'stay Mm J II Ki.NNKDY and ikughtera in the city. and Mrs. Mary Stacner, of ittchmond, The Missionary Society of the Prescame over fur tho funeral of John Tray-lo- r. byterian church met with Mrs. J. S. Owsley at the College last woek, and MlBti AIamib tTOUMKU IDu.sn and was led by Mrs. J. U. Paxton in the brother, and I. J. Price, of (.arrant, alwencoof Mrs. M. C Saullcy, who is visited Miss liirdio McLlure at Stan still in Wiimoro with her daughter, ford last week. Mrs. Sanford Logan. NSRIiLKS, Dotitilim arid Stanford, Kentucky. ' nil lewlnir mucblms May-woo- Seed corn and sorghum seed at the J as. 1'nu.Lirs went up to Mt VerBring Your Produce To Us.; Country Sloro. non on business yesterday J. M. Fowlk, u New Orleam, has Auctioneek II. m. Johnson has rebeen visiting the hotnefolks nl Row-an- newed his license for another year and We hie oprned produce lioute on Som-- 1 will cry sales all over this section. .' Wring jmir lllnckmiltlilnK nmt tnma ertrt itiert f ind will py the higheit market repair work to im Horm f-lumhiir Miss Lai.la NurKotS has gone to liOp ci)iotMv u price (or til kinds of country produce, ui . ,l,T"c,,on "'"ranlffd. Lost, pair of nose glasses on Danher new home at i'meville! after a visit tiiiutJ cuiivrLlt: lrr--. JAMKH IHlAt'KJPtn. to Miss Clara Collier at Crab Orchard. ville pike. Reward for return to this Htnnroril, Ky. M. O BASTIN & CO., 17 2. Stanford, Ky. Mrh. M. C. Williams, of Somerset, ofllce. has been the guest of Mis Mollle Seats for the Graded School Operet1 rooks and Mrs. liailey at Crab Orchtas Friday night) will be on sale at Shu-ga- jIlacksmitiiing! d. i I 1 rs ard. ic V I and-Mr- a. rrtVM Uoi"t. N h(Tc The Ladies id Society of the Chrli-tio- n church will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2'clock in tho lecture room. MK8. John II Shanks, Wm. II. Shanks, Mrs Lou Sririk4and others ot bridal p irty have the Shanks-Owslereturned from Celtimbug, tin , where t .ey witnewnl the v.elding of Mr. Thomas II. Shank and Miss Mattie Hny Thursday evening. will come to Mr. Shanks i .1 hnd SttUifwrt nftvr a r .il trip of nhouUa' Ja h iank wtll g'pemf off) tmo in t rt hu,iinoM. ' Tanner's o. C. li. Leghorn eggs for sale Best laying strain. Write or phone Mrr. It. L. Berry, Hustonville, Ky. 7 10 & Between Two Sacks of Flour 1 ng y Second hand Bell City separator sale, at a bargain W. O. Walker, for tf. 0ly ' lat H. "snfY in u- - - lif ' . t'al . ci .i M i . - r Thry wi I The New Court House 2f Was begun about March' 15th 1909, on that day one of the colored laborers bought a pair of our Krome work shoes at $2.50 and wore them constantly on this job until Apr. 15'1910, when he gladly gave up his ' $2.50 for another many friends equally as well satisfied our Krome with Try work shoes. one pair and you will smile. T.U )JM s . I Waynesburg, Lincoln county, where ho will install a new OJd Fellows lodge. Mr. Durham, who is one of tho most proficient OJd Fellows in the State, will go instead of the State Crand Master, who cannot bo present to tnke churge of the installation. The Somerset lodge will do the work. Danville Advocate. Miss Tevi Shei.uy, of Arcadia, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W.' S. Law will. Mrs. J. E. Furriti and Misa Jose phine Keller arrived last evening from Orlando, Fla., where they have been Spending several months. Mrs. Henry of Kanns City, is visiting her mother, M'j. J. II. Engleman. Mrs. vans leaves May 1st for Boston and will sail on the 1th for an indefinite stay k. Europe. Hon. W. It. Ramsey and ifo and Miss Alice Adnms, of Denver, Colorado, wilt arrive next wcik for a to Danville relatives Mr Ram ley is interested in the sub division to Corbin and will probably make arrange bents to open it up whilo in Kentucky, Advocate. days. coast cftf on ' the tour, ami returning will tnkv in Salt Luke City, Oicdan, Denvor utui How's This? several other points. One of thenovel-tieW nttrt On ItMMlml DaMra Rtwanl for any eu at caurrb tut MMwt cuml If Hall a already enjoyed was a balloon ride. Uaunb Out. . r j. onrEY a co. JTWfjo. a Danville Standard. Wt. tbe indrnlnml. tir kaava I.' C1nrr IS J. Durham left this morning tut ynr. bHkie him prtrctlr for tr u. In a 19 bwttweiandIcwwwrtlonj aixt CDiotUlljr Cisco untl a tn-ora- othr 1'acific ' Baujjliman's No. 1 Funcy patent, flour doesn't prove it. But if you. y vtill try a sack you'll baic JJSVl K,t. trood second-hanbuggies plenty of proof of its superior cirel-len- ce for talo at bargains. Seo us qalck. id in the better bread, cake Pen a.1 Bros. tf pastry you bake. It suits others All good grocery stores sell it. TllB infant daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. It will suit you WiIhi 'that in Ih Ar- - Edward liniley, of the Halls Gap sec- J. H BAUGHMAN & CO., Stanford, Ky. to-dnd Some new things in souvenir post cards of Stanfprd just rocoived. J. D. Hortori. PfcgW -- there may seem nc- difference except the name. But if one of thsnr. is Bnughnan's No. Fancy Patent flour there is a big difference. TcJt-iyou about the superiority ot )n Fruii-U'"- 1. fr ''xl )Mt week, tihe- only lived Thjne -. 11 i- -. abt Walsiko. Kivvan A MiltlV. WlMlnalt Urucclsts Toledo O. Hall Catarrh Cure u Uki loirrnallr. actinic dinwtly ujKin tto tlurid aod mucoua turfatea ot tb " batUr St4 y all DruMKta. Take Han i t amlly ItUa for comtlf itlcn. to rarrr out any obllratloAi mad? by hla firm. Do You Realize. That the visible supply of cotton is now 2,500,000 bales and on this all the mills of the world have to run for months to come. It is simply n matter of nature not supplying a sufficient crop for the needs of our growing population. Dont you think you should take advantage of the opportunity to rtm Trtiliiiai! Dt fr. rrl ctnta t' Jim Hocker, the Stanford negro just paroled from state prison, got home last week. He is looking well and will go to work on Senator R. L. Hubble's farm. Mt'. Vernon. cover your needs for some weeks to come on HOOSIER SHEETING n yard wide, unbleached muslin which is woven from full round tlirea'ds and is free from all foreign substances and will grow wither witlt each visit to the tub at the price we are offering this week only. 7c per yard. iit Tho largest judgment ever rendered the Rockcastle circuit court was en- aionaay in tne case oi jonn li. Jones, trustee, vs Big Hill Coal Co., for $50,000 embracing R3 different tracts of land. The sale of this land will take place in Mt. Vernon May 17. Attorney C. ,C. Williams left Saturday for St. Louis to defend Horace Benton, whose trial commenced there yesIn i" I t 1 ii W. E. PERKINS, terday. H Mrs. Carrie Shelton and Mra. Harlan, who was formerly Miss Ada Shelton, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles t LOCALS. C. Davis. ! S. N. Davis was here Sunday visiting Miss Nannie Smith, of the Walnut Flat section, has accepted a position his father, W. A. B. Davis. He ha with W W. White, In the Country sold his store at Buena Vista and is looking for another location. pUore. I C i L. R. Hughes CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. J t I i FoitE Plymouth Rock eggs, $1 for setting of 15. Mra. A. R. Nunnelley Turnersville. Barn Lumber For Sale! T. W. HiinibltS W. O. Martin Don't worry about the destruction of 120.000 feet of Boxing. Sheeting the frost. There will bo a new supply of garden seed on express and Frame Lumber for Barn Patterns, which I will sell for cash or for the Country Store. trade for Corn, Hoy or good Horses Foil Sale. Few nice Burt Orping-to- n and Mules. Prices on this very reacockerels. Also eggs for hatching. sonable, for I want to sell. Write Mrs. W. J. Holtzclaw, Stanford, R. F. me at once. Respectfully, C. J. Siitle. London, Ky. D. No. 1. Old papers for sale; all nlco and clean; suitable for Bhclvcs. etc; 25 for 5c This office. New druggets and mattings jdst received. W. A. Tribble. It. i NOVELTIES. 8iS& have just received the la '1 - 200,000 Feet of Lumber At The Right Prices.' ll 'V r tifimm pa ft. We have prices and tell me what you want, and I can suit you. We1 bake every day, to you can rely WALKER OWENS. on always gottlng fresh bread and pasPongo, Ky. when you prdcr1 from us. J. D. try hipping Point Mt, Vernon. Horton. 14-, ford. I have 200,000 feet pf lumber fico; white with suitable for tobacco bams and othbrindle spots, and wearing a collar. Re- er building purposes at reasonable ward fqr return to J. L, licazley, Stan- prices. Call on me or write me for Lost. Bench-legge- d I m-est and newest tnat tnen.. market can furnish in the way of Velt pinslinks., beauty pins, collar sets, hair nets, barrettes, jabots and turbans, - .i belts, belting, collars etc. .u i I. 1 ff II We Don't Mind The' Owner Watching us wlule we are doing a job of plumbing for him. We do honest work all the time antl it makes no difference who looks on HUGHES, MARTIN & GO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Cummins II & Wearen, .mm or who doesn't. We shall be glad to figure on your next job. If we get it you and we will both be pleased. L STANFORD. KENTUCKY. CLEMENS HOTEL L5N. T1TCETHBLE J, L. IJlki, Prof., DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. . J No. 11, not)tn,l!,ia L STANFORD, KENTUCKY. W. K. WARNER, STANFORD, KFNTUCKY. & Lane. try ontalde room,. Ooroinwrctal U or moot" fie proprietormendsformer Uo. anould ml hl wiuiur Mmniuu Hopping lu bit town. wbn .KOtfl.prtll.a.MA. M. No, If, Nortb,fi.li r. . Mo.W,li0r, at. No.Ssoulh. iu.tAai. .(, i. JOS. 8. RICE,:Agent, uutitl)UJLHV - ' - &" f V- - rAGE f6ur ' ' THE INTERIOR JOURNAti,' STANFORD, ET. X 'i t ii " APRIL 3Xa 1Q10 i You Have been Waiting For, New Tailored Suits at about Half Value. Prices Good For Ten Days,. ?CUSImII MVMM WamaaaaaaaaaaaaMBaBaalMaaM Hee Is The Chafrce That mhmbh rTv ls. r iT '- i ' ' ' w vVT r' avTr-- 'r 'h1 Wh?Va1lDiVT-jbri. y&SiM'K l vSCrft . 1 . - EEaCaamiS You will b1ioi oL f host' MBM,wnMMB HMnaBMiiHaBWMVH MBBaHMBHeaMMaWBaaaMBaM anaBaVaaaaaaaaaaaM aaaaaaaaaaasaaaaaiaasBiaajem MMWaHMHN at UipCMlOSSETi store. Sam Robinson. btnnford, ky s p nwc? step that shows your feet have the Springtime gladness. Which means: wear the EliJaOj BEGINNING TUESDAY, yjEET licr with the sprlniy APRIL 26TH 1910, All sizo Wc will ol'for very remarkable cuts on a big line of newest Spring Tailored suits. from 32 bust to 45 bust and all colors, as well as white and black! Crossett WALK EASY" "MAKES LIFE'S MARK TRADE. This new Crossett style is a .snappy model in the new shade "Boston Gray". Just the shoe to go with your gray spring suit. Made with nar row high toe over our new this lot will be found about fifty of our very choicest suits, all strictly (111. I m f CJ fVrim anvnrnl nf i 1if liio'liMef crrnrlo fnilnrJiifr limienc in Jrir Prices of these York. Some of all the new colors as well as navy, black and cream serges. suits have been $28.50 and $27.50. Choice now $1 7.75 for next ten days. U D In Shoe "Marathon" styles give you wide range of choice. ltinii-inilrir- ml $9.75 In this lot are about 20 very choice suits plain tailored styles made of cellent materials. These were specially cheap at $15. ex- In addition to these lots we have a number of single suits at various prices which we will offer at same reductions as these mentioned. No suits laid aside or sent out on approval. Crossett last. Other a $4 to $6 everywhere Stft A'. 19S LewU A. Crouett, Inc., Maker NORTH ABINCTON. MASS. I Looking AtlHarness ns nn investment, isn't it belter to buy the kind you know all about than to purchn.se it becnus the price sounds cheap Buy your harness here where you can see it, handle it, test it Remember also we ore right here where you can get nt us if the harness doesn't prove just as Think thnt over. represented. J. C. McCLARY. Stanford, Ky. i 1 I A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO., DANVILLE FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. d, - KENTUCKY. Skin Diseases Readily Cured By a Simple Home Remedy A. W. pounds and the purchase price was $7 per hundred. All the cattle were purchased in Marion and Washington hut Registered red Shorthorn bull for fall at 4 to 4Jc. The same firm also 15-tnJe. It. C. Engleman. sold to a Louisville buyer quite a numred steer came A stray white-faceber of head, and the two dials aggreta my place about two weeks ago. gate close to 150,000. keep Owner can get same by paying for and this ad. B. 0. Holtzclaw, Stan-du- d 15-- 3 R. F. D. No. 1. Five fresh Jersey cows for sale. M. tf. S. Baughman. Stanford. Five good second hand buggies for 1e. B. D. Carter, Stanford. For Rent. 70 acres grass land on E. Lynn place. John G. Lynn, 4t Ky. For Sale. Pure Boone county white JHBMaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa corn, $1.25 per bushel. See sample I at Lincoln County National and First National Banks. Also 15 bushels of cultivated hemp seed. S. J. Embry, Pepples, Jr.. and John C.timothy Stanford. and some clover 1M bales of Jfer kale. Mrs. F. B. Barnett, Huston- The care you give stock, especially in feeding, is returned to you iS. Ky. ten fold in good hard cash. Keep Choice Polled Durham For Sale your Horses, Cows, Sheep and Hogs &4 Shorthorn bulls, ready for service. In good condition and free from Aso some fresh Jersey cows and heifworms by feeding Moreland, Ky. ers. A. W. Carpenter, Jfhoae No. 9, Junction City. James Cash and Nevin Carter will atead a splendid mule jack at Nevin Cuttr's place near Turnersville. at $8 This wonder workinor medicated 15-tohsure a living colt. Bait is easy to feed and costs but little. Itputsthe animals' stomachs Sidi, the great Percheron stallion, and intestines In perfect condition, h!dt Water Walker has had standing so that every particle of food is di SHHreywiUbe in ML Vernon for the gested and assimilated. nest two weeks After that he will be aoes iu woric quickly and positively. A tin tito stud here again. package for 75 cents. It U manufactured by S. K. FtQ Ca. yellow mare came to my place April CbreUnd. Ohio. IjC Owner can get her by paying for TfflnnV'veflaBtfri ftbu notice and her keep. Phil B. 2t. Tkaaapson, Preachersville, Ky. VM fa m$ y Ctee of the largest deals made in Central ICeotucky recently was consumma-ifc&nttt- n Fox, O'Oaniel & Co., of sold to U. Sterns Sons, of New "Sterk. COO head of cattle, which have Stanford, Ky., efewed at the distillery of Mueller, Wt&en & Kobert since last November. See us for cultivators, wagons, Sfcft cattle will be shipped to New York buggies, and all kinds of tk two special trains, the first of which ' wiSt leave Lebanon next Thursday. The Fanning machinery. average weight of the cattle was 1,200 ' CUftn, Alir.Tinurra J. Hus-savill- e, r4 If you are suffering from any form of skin or scalp disease, would you like to get prompt relief and be permanently cured by a clean liquid preparation for external use? Mr. G. L. Penny, the druggist, has this remedy in stock and it is wants his customers to recommended for Eczema, Ulackheads, Pimples, Dandruff, Tetter and other diseases of the skin and scalp. Zemo has made some remarkable cures, and with each purchase of Zemo. Mr. Penny will give you a booklet on skin diseases and you can diagnose vour own case and be cured in your own home without any inconvenience or loss of time from business by this clean, simple kno-Jth- Burgin, KentucKy, I am a graduatpot JnnrV Kalionnt School of Auctioneer!, I . ami liaro had IKTleuce In tb big cattle aalei nt th Union tttoek Yards, Ohlcaeo, where w mid tome thorooKhbrrdi nt hlith aa fli). Uio In liurivanle where MJOaale were day. Auctioneering I a acleuce modeI each and tudledlt with this iden. Hee or pboti time me iwfore you arrange for yodr al. I can make tales to) our advantage. l'H'.S'K:3-'hk-aco- FOR Screen Wire, Flower Vases and Jardinieres, call on me before you buy. J. C. McCIary, r BP" Jfc-T Stock Repay Care 8 COMMISSIONER'S SALE. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. M SALlVET 2. Sal'Vat I11K1 MifitillKJ fv MMcWnUlr1 Leb-meo- Pence Bros., By an order of the judge of the 13th judicial district, in the case of H. E. Undertaker and Embalmor. STANFORD, - KY- Ross, plaintiff, vs B. II. Nash and othIf you lmvo anything to ucll ers, defendants, I will on Thursday, OSm PboneKf. Horu fhonet . in the April 28, 1910, at about 2 o'clock r. m. on the farm of II. E. Ross near South lniur.8 Tobacco and Tobacco Fork Trestle in Lincoln county, Ky., LINE Barns. bidsell at public outcry to the highest der, the following personal property: Nothing But Take to Two gray mules, one bay mare, seven brood sows, one male bog, one cow D. Nunnellcy's New Stock Yards and calf, 18 or 20 goats, two farm waThe Insurance Man, gons several plows, lot of harrow teeth, Ho biiYiand sel every dar in thn STANFORD, KY. lot of bacon, two horses, one wagon, year except Sunday, iking on Ueildence I'bone 84; Dfflee, 84. one stove, lot of tubs, hay and corn. your slock. Heet market iu Insure with mo and be fully This property will be sold on a credit the State with plenty of protected. of three months. Purchaser will be reeed and water best covered pons, outiido of Liuiiville or Lexington. quired to execute bond for tho price payable to mo, with approved security, STANFORD, KY. Wo also do a general hitch and feed business. ' TO THE FARMERS. bearing interest from day of sale and further secured by a Hen. Bonds must h. K. I IUG II E8.8. ft T W. L. M'OART YM'rea. E. C. WALTON, will continue to handle Kertlllnert In be executed on day of sale and before J urn Ihj and MoKlnney aectlont and atlt the my old patrona to remember me. I alto tut the property is removed. II. R. Saufley, patronage of many new euttomert. U.O.HIPI'f.M. Master Com'r and Receiver L. C. C. STOCK - Insurance. Jesse Wearen, 1 Indon, Ky. Stanford Real Estate Go., Stanford, KentucKr. MASON'S MEET. Spring & Summer Stock. krwlv (e GaiHsg, Cholera, Roup, ttmberneck, Dtrraoca and all exltiUu forma of poultry dl Uie w A few droiw In Wo drinking waterkeepa lowla healthy and from dlaeatao. A bottle maUa It arallona of medicine. Jfur i mmwkui v. umwucwi wiu uiaer aitca.ee id turkey Bomrbon Poultry Cart It recognized am theatamlant poultry of tbe world. It la the ono remedy that can be depdadtd with abaolute cerUloty to euro and prevent SAVE YOUR FOWLS! Ilare'your meature taken by a tailor of Then your olothet, whether a low price butlnen suit or the fluett erenlng Lincoln Lodge No. 0. K. A A. M. will meet olothet, will hae that Individuality and nt In atated communication on each tint and which plainly indicate tbey were made to third Monday nlghta of each month, at I:3U rour meaeure. I will alto take vour meat. Farms aud Town ProjMjrtr Handled on Commission. Stooka and o'clock In their hall on main ttreeet, H are for extra troutera. fancy vettt, top Ky. Memberaof titter lodgea are eoatti and overcoat!. HprlogAnd'pumme. Sold. If you Have Projcrty to Boll or Rent Notify Us. Invited to be uretent. T, W. I'en ainpleton hand ready fqr.your Inspection nlngton Heo, II. O. UUl'LKV. The Tailor, Write for Circular to Htauford.Ky. tan-lor- Bondi B. D. CARTER, New Liverv Bourbon Poultry Cure HAST NO 'EQUAL- RalMee Kopkli!,,Ky.,,.,,i "I Mr.KP. Clar.Futt, Ky., aaytl Lutv.tr fl Im UcotaUuic chicken loioculy fifty if v.til and I I tilted bundixli ol chkktat ItM horn (pet ultrr 1 Bod I Pr fling u.m Uouiooo rullty Cute, (fcweeve iuoJ fu Cbelfft bJ Gapci. il a r Depot Street, PhonefiO, STANFORD. HEMUCKY. When Hungry OOTO L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky. Oaroit' Itettuurant Htuuford, K, Uiucu.tor. Htreet, m, Polled Angus Bull ! Amusement and Enter-tainm- en .. W.W . - .. - X I "rb"- - Bourbon Remedy Drugglata, OOo ' ' Harry Jacobs, Marble and Granite MonuDealer lu and Manufacturer of,' Mtnlervudat all Uourt up to 11.) r. llett place lit wnfor a good iiuiuk meal. Every Evening. Tlir lateit and b run of moving picture at tlni Tiivaturlum I'lvatra tliu arowu lolkt, ilvlliiliti tba children A new picture vvvry nlulit. Onlv unci liu. KmilOiikknuuko t'uur Stanford. Ky per Bottle, itu cuia Ih CUltia aad Llabciaeck," locorpeiatk!. Ky., V. S. A Co.. tclata, Uouklng to t ult ourcuttomertourtecliilty, Hplendtd new line of fancy 1 will itnnii mr tboroiiHliljreJ l"olll Aniut bull ut uiy pluuv ou Homrriut plku Trial Vial Pre. ments, PorSalebySHUQAkSctTANNnR, .Stanford, Ky. Marker and Pottl, Cemetery and Lawn Vaaeaaud hottest, Office and workt, (Iroccrlet, Hot Coflee, Hnudwicbet, pie,, Buttermilk and tweet milk, etc., at all tlmai K. A. CARSON Prop. HStf, Money Uu wlmii eow fcuuwuto lw wTlii) liavliiKckiiliiiiuaali.it tU.tato o( with cult or partr (ram Mrt.llollu Itlco.ducuMniii. will iirttnttUsiii provuu to ma at once. Tliute ow. proiM-rlV W.JLOVKLI,, Inil tbe ettate are notlDetl to aettle with iu (1KO. II. I'KUIIT. lmiiillatlx, Ky, Htaofo J 'Adinlnlitrator Mrt. Belie tdea NOTICE! i,