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TIM WAHTftP. KBsjjT WWCY INTEKTOR JQgKWAL.
ITS THE LITTLE THINGS
-:- THAT COUNT -:-
And the Cost is Small in comparison with time lost
in not having them when you neecl tkcm. Remem
ber we have the following articles in stock:
Saws, Hatchets, Wire-pliers,
Chisels, Hammers, Drawknives,
Brace-bits, Posthole Diggers,
Long and Short handle shovels,
Spades, Mattox, Grub hoes,
Monkey wrenches, 3xx Tine
Forks, Bush-suaths, Harness
Your neighbors will appreciate your buying some
o the ab-tve, as you sometimes forget to return
theirs. v s .
W E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY.
Hie Interior Journal.
HELTON SAUHL1Y TVmfttwr
'IVE1W TCMBAT AW yfWWVT
Haters at taa,xs(afri09 t fltim
(or S as iMm4 efNm nurtt.
Par Circuit Judge.
HON CHARi.mS A. HARDIN,
of Mercer County
A 50-cent bottle of
1 iiRnnnnvffnBinni 11 wvvwwwi
Scott's Emulsion! one more week
t e-A si.
:- F 0 R SEEDING-:-
Full Car-load just received.
Price 50 cts per bushel.
J. H. Baughman &. Co.
STANFORD, - KENTUCKY.
Have added a new and complete
line of masrazine and periodicals as
well as the latest approved fashion MJ
journals and invite your inspection. Uj
We aro paying today ror
No. 1 Rlack skunk $1.75-3.35
No. 1 short fork , 76-1125
Mink' ... U
Coon r.. ..,... 41.10
Rats etc , ,.,..,....NM0
N. B. Northntt.
T. K. Tudor. Mgr.
FOUR NEEDED LAWS.
A great many prospective cnndldn'os
Tor tlu legislature nro telling how
trong they ore for the passage of
good road law, nnd ,t (alrcr taxation
ntcm Doth are of paramount Im
portance, but there are four other
imc.tmireB, wnicn ougnt lo receive the
highest consideration and In tho
evrnt there Is n democratic platform
convention held this year, they should
by all mentis bo Included In the plnf
form. Tho most enlightened of tho
country today aro for these nieaiurca
I lor tney bring tn government moro
clotely Into the hands o fthe masse-
than nnythlng else. They are the
Initiative, referendum nnd recall and
Th direct primary principle Is un
derstood by most everyone. If a man
rilstruits the capacity of the people
to govern themsolres, bo will opposo
the Initiative, referendum. And recall.
If he believes In popular government,
he will favor these three measures.
The Initially,, Is the proposal of a
new ltw by n petition stgnedby a f Ixed
percentage of tbo vote. In Oregon
8 per cent of the voters can propose a
new law, which- must then be sub
mitted to all tho Voters at an election
for rojootlon of adoption.
Uy the Initiative, the people can act
If the legUlnturo neglects or refuses
to act. If the Representative will not
do whit U wanted, the people can do
da what t) wanted, the people can do
It themselves. If powerful special In
tcrests, by paid lobbies and infleoco
dofcat n popular measure in the Legis
lature, the people through tnc initia
tive, can enact It Into law. Specln'
interests cannot corrupt all the voter
or even a majority of the voters. The
Initiative U direct legislation by a ma
Jurlty of tho voters at a general rr
special elcctlon'aBdaftcr nnd fair dis
given in half-teaspoon
doses four times a day,
mixed in its bottle, will
last a year-old baby near
ly a month, and four bot
tles over three months,
and will make the baby
strong and well and will
lay the foundation for a
healthy, robust boy or
TOR SALE PV AtL DRUGGISTS
Send lc, turns of prr and lh!i J. for
cor Imutlfal Saving Flint ind Child's Sketch.
Hook. JUch bank, contains a Cood Luck
SCOTT & BOWNE. 409 rwl Street. N. Y.
If troubled with Indigestion! constl.
patlon, no appetite or feel bilious,
give Chamberlain' Stomach and Uv
cr TAblets n trial and you will be
pleased with the results. These tab
lets Invigorate the stomach nnd liver
and strengthen the digestion. Sold by
Penny's Drug Store. ,
miDAY, MARCH Srjl, pit
3.50 and 4 00 shoes to g
IPURE BRED POULTRY.
for Sale By Rellsfals Breedtr I
(4 Line Cards Id this ooluran l
dUh'for 8eftn.) - '
OfalmoBb8:iving, away. Plen
ty of those
g close for cash per pair
A lew of thatlo of pants for
? men, worth $2 to $5, to close
this week at
$1, 1.5Q and 2.00.
g A small lot of boys' knee pants &
straight bottoms, worth 50c a
and $1 thia week to close at o -
25c and 50c now. You can't 2
make them for the price. Its
like finding thenx
Tlllord Alexander sold a Badulo
horse at Jxtncaster Slonday tor 1115.
J. O. EubankH sold- Henry Hester 23
c&rllng mules nt $120 each
R. E. Bruce sold a pair ot mules
at Lancaster Monday tor $125..
Miss Bettle Walters is making up a
(.inscription school to begin on March
Klllas Dawson and family have mov
ed to Cincinnati.
Klnualrd liourne bought a mule at
James Harris' bought an aged mule
Monday Tor J60. " .' m .
Mida Minnie Sanders of Maikisbury;
U visiting her brother S. B. Sander
Mr. George Itubela, of Bucna Vista
ras In this neighborhood Tuesdav
looking foor some good jennets for his
r ii -M
Many a mother has learned of a way
bf avoiding sickness in her family, es
pecially among the children, by the
use of a free sample bottle of the fa
mous laxative. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin. This, offer of the doctor's to
send a free sample bottle has been re
sponded to by thousands of women
in ail parts of America.
This Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a
truly wonderful laxative aad especially
adapted to the needs of babies and
children becaujo It Is pleasant to taste
and no child will refuse it. Then, It Is
mild and nsver crises. It Is all that
a child's remedy ahouia be, tbouarn It Is
a eood laxative for the whole family
because It Is effective at all ages. It
Is simply not dynamic like salts, Hls
and powerful cathartics, which should
not bo given to ehlldren anyway.
Nine times ent ef ten when a child
complains aad yeu don't know exactly
what Is the matter with It. It needs a
laxative Its bowlea are constipate.
Byrup Pepsin will correct the trouble,
toae up the child and soon It will be
well aseln over night wonderful re
suits have been secured with Byrop
Tou can buy It of any druMist at
Bfty cents er a dollar a bottle, the lat
ter belnr the family else, bat you are)
Invited to make a test of It flrit at the
doctor's expense. Bend htm your ad
dress today and he will send you a free
ample bottle direct to your borae.
Then when satisfied buy It of your fav
Dr. Caldwell does not feel that the
fmrchase of hla, remedy ends hla obit
ssatlon. lie has rpeclallzed In stomach,
liver and bow1 disaaies for over forty
Iqnartors, iS'iuhvi U, Umi , lor iiiiornmuou icp.....s ...r rjv.-i . Clr, an(1 wll, b0 plea8e1 to ive tno
.rers'-Line" ra e. If s ... t at rrMDt enj"rin ,i;,,"n "'In ,' a. ! A """ V7Mcnw..TocV-iT:
-n immediate) y inter -t v u. I ur lines cover tnc Matm t Kfn may iJm, whether tor the medical advice
... it i r ... :..... .....I il,n t.'.,ili.in iw i, II in. nn ! or the free sample address him Dr.
Tenneftiee, Ms is- PI'. ui'iauuniiU Ihorwutliern J r n i " n i , w B oaidweii, 40: Caldwell building;,
j lBC5s, l WrTIiNIJESLJ. C ' " iiontlceiio. m '.
ORGANIZED IN 1 882.
J CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000.
SURPLUS EARNED. $22,000.
HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $21-00
ru Ar-Mate Safety witk Satisfactory Service. Modtra Safety
rnrrit Boxe for Use ol our Coitomen. We Solicit Your Account.
Deposit Boxes for
S. llocker. President,
5. T. Harris. Vice-President:
II C. Bautamaa, Oashler.
W. W, 8nd.ers, U4- BookXespor
J. R. HasrH, Boakkoenor
F Reid, J. H. Dsoghaan,
M D, Elmore. J.'M. Pettus.
H. C. Bsngtman. J. F Cnmmias.
S. T. Hams. no. C. Rebhisoa,
Yf II Murphy J S flecker,
J. a EuWW. C. R. Coleema.
MR FARMER: Msko your homtfns modern lor your family as a ice,
residence, nul placo yoursolf in a position to get the latent isarket quotationi
at any time, inn can vo huuipu.u uj -.-... --. .-.-, , TV
which you aad your tioiRlibors t-an get fora sum that is mua 1 compared with
Iho benefiU rereivrd. (VU or nddre our neanyfofficc ' "wntbdirfel t
icadtinarUrs, Nwhvi I , Twm , for information leganlmjj iTtr .ptcial "Far
It Is'aifccfl,. th
8. "C Whits Leghorns Olsmond
itrsln year 'round layers of large,
whits ego (1 per setting.
A. c Altera siaruere, Ky
Pure Crescent S. C. White Leghorns.
Eggs far setting. Mies Llrxle Davison,
Pure bred Black Ml no real
Eggs 91 per siting
Mrs. W. H. Wearen, Stanford.
Choice White Wyandotte cockerels,
EtSts $1 50 for 1G. Mrs. J. N. Cash,
H. J. MMtberts.
of, by, and for the people.
The rcferrndum is the submission of
a proposed law to the voters. It may be
demanded on petition or tne oten,
or granted voluntarily by the Lesljla
tnre. It recopilies the power of tho
pcopU to make laws. The constltu
tlon of Wisconsin was adopted on n
referendum vote. The primary ela
tion moasHre became a law on a re-
lertndura vrfte In 1904. When all
parties recognize the necessity of tnc
referendum on measures of the nicn
est Importance, why can it not be used
as the regular and orderly procedure
to reKliter the will or the people: It
is now so used by scores of City Coun
cils In referring Important questions
to the people, 1 -.
Tha recall was adopted in Orecnn
through tbe initiative In 1908, by a
popular tote or 58,381 to 31,002. That
declstvo vote shows that the people
vant the rlsht, under reasonable limi
tations, ot recalling an unralthhil pub
lic official. Ont. such limitation is
Ibe filing of a.petltl6n tor the recall
signed by nt least 25 per cent of the
voten In the given district at the
preceding election. A special election
within twenty days determines the re
ctll of such officer and th election of
.another whiJU tsujy. rprcnent-Jlne
Evory firm or corporation employ
ing :n agent at a distance retains tho
power of recall and summarily usea
It in case the ngont betrays the in'
terestg of his principal. Tho State
.i a corporation, but the people aro
the stockholders and directors and th,.
Hepiesentatlvo Is the agent who
should truly and fairly represent those
who elected him.
I he recJll works by threat of uso us
well as by actual use In Des Moines,
lit 190!), (ho evident determination to
uko It If nccossar). caused U10 hostile
C't Council to appoint a poi.ci
marshal who had the confidence of
the people. In Los Angeles tho t'ity
Council had voted away three mile
of river ud worth $1,000,000. Tlio
threat of tho recall compelled the rlty
Council to rescind that voto and res
tore the property to tho city. The
threat cf. the recall forced certain
members ot ihe Oregon Legislature is
1909 to carry our their piedgci to
abide by the popular vote ror United
Htutes Senator. Tho power to use
tut) recoil and the certalntr that It
will b0 used it necessury will In most
cases bring tho desired result she
obedience of the Representative tn
thoEb who elected him.
THOROUGHBRED 3. C, R. U REDS
Eggs for sale $1 for IS
Imported Cock at Head of Yard.
D. M. WALKER, Stanford, 'Phone ISO
If vou want hens that lay In winter,
when eccs are hlrb. (let the S. C
UMft Orpingtons, b'ggs Si for 15
l. Klncald, Phone 199, Stanford.
Eggs For Sale 15 for 1
C. C. WITHERS, R. F. D. No.
HELD, f f
'Corner Nestt to Court House.
When You Think
Of the pain which many women cxperienco with every
month it makes the gentleness and kindness always attoci
ated with womanhood teem to bo almost a miracle,
AVhile in general no woman rebels against whtt she re
gards as a natural necessity there is no woman who woald
tidt gladly be free from this rcourring period of pam.
Dr. Plareo'm Far or Ho Prescription tnaken
uoafr u-ono strong and oleic women
well, aad (llv tlivm freedom troei pain.
It eitnbUttiaa re&uljflty, eubdaea Intlam
station, haala iletratlou e.tj enrca te
Sick women aro invited to comult Dr. Pierce by letter,
free. All aorr)uadnee t triotlr private and sacredlv
ooc5'-at!tl. Yi) TrUfavt. fr snd Tfithcut-feo lo ttorld's Dispenury Med
leal A-oTKtlvMfrRTv.TTeroe, M. D., I'resiu'eal, Buffalo, N. Y.
'1 yjn w ttnt a Iwk that '! all about woman's diteates, and how to cara
tU ni u 1 , 1 'ne-ociit ktsmpj to tit, Tisrce to ray coit of mailing
outj ji 1 t Irtt C"ty of his greac th md-pago illustrated
Lot .r t . J, up-to-date Cs.1 i , in paper covers.
w r .
TO MY LINCOLN FRIENDS
I am now located on Fourth street,
with the best equipped stable In Dan.
vllle and will be fld to see yon nt
any time. And will show tho ladles
especially courteous trentmenL
4-8. D. F. LOUAN.
SERVED IN ANY
THE PEST FIML
m jmn nr
V. A. CAWSON, Kri.
WE HAVE THEM ALL ON THE RUN
htn It comes to supplying high grade
lumber V know of none that fur
nish better lumber, mighty few who
Can offr avgood Rut even where our
Inmbor can be matched our rrlces
cannot Olvo us your next order and
notice how much ls It takes to tin.
Ish a job nnd how much smaller tbe
J. A AILIH, S.Mfwf.4, Ky.
We are In position to do all klnila ol con
erellag, inch ltlok Work, ravemrnlt
end. In tact. we con mke nny thine from
koaee dewn to tenoe pott. We oen xrvr
yoa Bromptly and iiuitnWi nrt.cli
work and material. Cell nnd (t our prleet
before yon boy your materiel nt !
A HORSE'S OVERCOAT
If called u blanket. We have every
kind ffom tho lightest to the heaviest.
from the fancy blanket for mad use
to the plain but serviceable one for
tho stable. Ktery kind ot stable utensil
too. UnoJ, of conrse, and reasonable
n price. They have to be to conform
to our harness standard
J. C. McClary,
J C. MoCLARY, Stanford.
FIREMAN 8AVING LIFE
In u a big fire deserves tho common
datlon of overrbody, Just us tho man
does that has his home Insured 1,1
time, and when It Is dbtrnyod hy fire
ban tho "long greon" wherewith
to build a Dow one No ono know4
how wokomo a few thousand dolluta
arn when left homelefls but tho tcsn
wbo has "been there " !et u In
sure you In our compnny and be ready
W. S. FISH
STANFORD, KY. PHONE 2C3
HIGHKvT CASH PRICE
For All Kinds or
A HIDES ANO FURS WANTED
LAND &. h l 'IAN.N E
oiaULri Ky rj
Office 'Phono 167 Home 'Phone 35.
My new spring nnd summer samples
are now ready for yonr nspectli.
They comprise the beat on the market
I can suit anyono ns to prlce,.wbo had
his clothes raud to order. A suit
insdo to your measure Is preferable
lo ready mode elethes. To htuo them
made to mqaBiiro doesn't cut any
more than roady mace when quality
and fit is considered. Com0 tu and
let me take your meaauro.
H. C. RUPLEY, Tho Practical Tailor.
IJNDERTAKliR8 AiP CMt..,
ER IN FURNITURE, MAT
TING8, RUGS. THEY WILL
FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK.
GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE
6TANFORD, : : KENTUCKY.