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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. MAY 20th 1010 I ft The Interior Journal. Established 1872. VBIIY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At $1 Per Year In Ad-anco. HELTON SAUFLEY Publisher I" ' . m i l. Entered at the Tost Offlco at Stan' ford, Ky., as Second Class mall. We shot without benefit of clerffy, the compositor and the proof render whJlctit ro "Stanford" instead of "HarrodsburB" in our editorial last la suo in which we sought to provo that Harrodsburg is considerably moro of a "one-horse town" than Stanford, which Blurring epithet the verdant editor of tho Harrodsburtf Republican applied to the best city in all this part of the state. What wo tried o say at hip close of our convincing argument on the subiect. was that "we'll wager a new summer's bonnet that more Har- rodsburg people read the Semi-Weekly Interior Journal than Lincoln county people take tho hebdomadal sheet of our facetious friend. We rather regret our hasty execution of the aforementioned typo, after calm reflection, however. Even a' printer should hardly be censur ed for preferring the sweet syllables of "Stanford" to such absence of eu phony as "Harrodsburg" indicates to the auricular nerves. The Frankfort News announces from an "inside nburco of information" that Mayor W. O. Head, of Louisville, will be a candidate for the democratic nom ination for governor. Looks mightily like the Louisville friends of Ben John son have seen the handwriting on the wall and are getting ready to throw the harpoon into him. We have heard for some timn that some of the Louisville leaders have become convinced that Johnson could not win beforo tho peo ple and have been casting about for an other candidate to put up. Outside of Louisville and his own Congressional district. Congressman Johnson has no strength of anv consequence, and with Louisville getting away, his boom has about run its course. What a glorious opportunity it is for a getting together of all democrats behind the Warhorso of Madison, and for a united party and victory. McCreary is known and loved from one end of the state to the other, and can win. What's the use fooling with unknown Quantities, and taking serious chances ? We had not fully appreciated just how good Stanford has become in the past few vears, until we attended court at Danville Monday. Now, the capital of Boyle is a' hustling burg, but she has no such court days as we do here in Stanford, It is Jrue the weather was inclement, but rainy court days in Lincoln do not produce such lethargy among the traders as waB no ticeable in Danville Monday. There were onlv about 100 cattle on the mur ket, and but little buying and selling. One of the biggest stock buyers of Boyle county frankly told us that the Stanford market is far ahead of that at Danville. He went further and declar ed that Stanford has become the best cattle, horse and stock market in this section of the state, and he ought to know, for he keeps closely in touch with such things. All the big buyers realize this, for they come here from all sections, and most of them are pet ting so they go to no other court day sales but here. WE haven't heard much of the new depot petitions lately. This matter ought not to be allowed to die out, for there is no improvement that is needed more In the city, and none that will help ito looks more. The railroad's bus iness out of Stanford has grown tre mendously within the past few years, and it ought to be willing to show its appreciation. We believe that it will, when the matter is brought before it in the right way. Keep up the good work. "It has been suggested that upon tho return of our prodigal son from Africa we kill the fatted beef trust," says the Commoner. Middleburg. We are wondering what the topic of conversation will bewhenllalley'a com et shall have come and gone? Tho Baptist Sunday-school will have n children's service in June, when an interesting program is to be rendered. A picked-up nine from here went down and defeated Liberty's cruck team in a ball game on Saturday after noon, the score standing 4 to 5. The boys came back in high glee and will or ganize at once. Henry Toombs and Clarence Sims, of the New Salem section of Lincoln, wern here Sunday. Mrs Lawson Lee, who was confined to her home most of last week, is out again. Hon. J. -A. Webb Eassed through town Saturday, en route ome In Russell. Mr. and Mrs. James Eason, of Garrard, spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents here. Mr. and Mrs. McD. Foglo spent Sunday with Mrs. Foglo'a parents at McKlnney. Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Creech are now snugly domiciled in their new residence on Liberty street. W. C. Bryant has purchased the lot near the lagoon from Miss Nora Cof fey and has torn away the old eye-sore that has been a menace to adjoining Eroptrty owners for years, and will uild a nice cottage on the sito of the old building, With the exercises Monday afternoon the first session of the graded school has passed into history, and the trus tees and teachers are to be congratu lated on the success attained. The en tertainmem oy me pupua was quite a creditable one and snowed efficiency and patience on the part of the teach ers in the drilling of them for the occa sion. The Glens Falls Insurance Company has made a sausractoryaajusiment ana has settled in full the claim for dam ages done by lightning to the White school house at Hubble, Ky. I can heartily recommend this company for fair treatment to its policy holders, from the manner in which It handled the claim. James McKechnie, acting chairman. 24 2 IT'S ALWAYS BAD. The Best of Backs Are Bad When They Ache, And Stanford Peo ple Know It. A bad back is always bad. Bad at night when bed time comes. Just as bad in the morning. Ever try Doan'a Kidney Pills for it? Know they cure backache cure ev ery kidney ill ? If you don't some Stanford people do. Read a case of it: Simeon Raines, carpenter, E. Main Street, Stanford, Ky., says: "Some years ago I used Doan's Kidney Pills with good results. In 1900 I met with an accident which brought on a recur rence of kidney complaint. I recovered so that I could work, hut my back re mained very weak. When doing anjr, thing that required stooping, my back became very lame and painful. Re membering what Doan's Kidney Pi Is had done for me previously, I procured a box at Shugars & Tanner's drug store and they gave me great relief. Doan's Kidney Pills have my highest endorse ment. ' For sale by all dealers. Price CO eta. Foster-Milburn Co., BufTalo, N. Y. sole agents for the United Slates. Remember tho name Doan's and take no other. AH Wish Him Well. Friends of Mr. E. C. Walton, who recently sold the Stanford Interior Journal to Mr. Shelton M. Saufley, will regret to Know tnai no will leave Kentucky with his family about June 1 to locato in Atlanta, Ga., where he will go into business. Mr. Walton was con nected with, the paper he sold for about 25 years, and its owner and editor for ten years, during wntcn time ne made a fine reputation as a capable newspa per man, and friends of tho entire fra ternity will wwh htm success. Lexing ton Herald. QUEEN OF ACTRESSES PKAlStS Ft-KU-NA. 'Jm Miss Julia Marlowe " am glad to write my endorse ment of the zreat remedy. Peruna. I do so most heartily. "Julia Marlowe. Any remedy that bencilts digestion strengthens the nerves. Tha nerve centers reqnlre nutrition. If the digestion is Impaired, the nerve conters become anemic, and nervous dobllity U the result. TJAMB BBSS-BSBSSSSSSSSSBSSSSSSBSSSa- I rFte's a Difference! t i' i m a s's a If i our Walls aro Artistically Decorated the HOUSE becomes s HOME and HENRY BOSCH COMPANY'S Novel end Exquisite Collection of sic tfaiiii- a s Will vt otic tho chanjo nl on ex ptnie mjch more moderate than csn He fcured elsewhere. A postal card will brlns the Sam ple Hooks to our n-sldence where examination cm be roado at your It-tture without the tightest obit Calfou t J purchase. JAMES A1UNDY, Painter 2 land paperhanger, Stanford, Big Jim. J. N. Cash and Nerin Carter will stand the soodnule lack. 15 hands hicii with mod wncht and bone. Sired by Caldwell's Old Giant, one of the Largest jacks Kentucky affords, and is out of one of Caldwell's premium )ennets. Big Jim has proves himself a fine mule jack. Lien re. laiaed on colts till season money (which is $3 to insure a tiling) is paid. Due care lo prevent accidents but not tesponsible should any occur, Will stand at Nevis Carter's place. J. N.CASH and NEVIN CARTER. Turnemille, Ky 200,000 Feet of Lumber At The Right Prices. I have 200,000 feet of lumber suitable for tobacco barns and oth er building purposes at reasonable prices. Call on me or Write me for prices and tell me what you want, and I can suit you. WALKER OWENS. Pongo, Ky. Shipping Point ML Vernon Almont Dare 3228. A. S. H. R. Sired by Dignity Date 1962, he by Chester Dare 10, he by Black Squirrel 58, he by King William 97, 1st dam Totaway 4768. alio rrcisteredin Vol. 10. A. T. II. R. She by AlJallah Mambnno 3715. he by Almont (33); 2nd dam Lady Davis by Cm Davis, by Bour bon Chief; 3rd dam Msttie S., by Foreign Light, by Foreigner, by Imported Glenco; 4th dam Net tie C, by Cunningham's Coppei bottom; 5th dam by Imported Durrani. NOTE. Almont Date, so far at we ate able lo discover u the first horse on record having lo his credit the honor of defeating with his own progeny those ol his site. Dignity Dare, Since he first became a lire he hat had from I lo 4 premium colli ihown each year at the different county fain and they are developing into fine lot of walk, Irol and 5 gaited ones. Tins horse it the tesull of a Melons mating wilh the bent dams and sites obtainable, and ai a natural result is a fine korie, beautiful bay, about 16 hands, and made lat, would weigh around 1200 pounds. A show horie among champions, fully laeif peers, going 6 distinct saddle gaits all fast, true and naturally extremely high. A high lailed one. He ii a full brother to thai walk.trot geld ing Nrttlrtcn that sold at a 4 year old for $), WW, and to Troiy Dare that has won more Bemiumi than any mare ever tired by Dignity art and list of others too numerous lo men tion. This horse, owing lo age and location, will make the seaion al our stable, 2 1-2 miles from Hustonville on Husfonville and Liberty pike, al $15 to imure a live colt. Msres traded or bred elsewhere renders season due. Crais in abundance at 12 net month. Our ncrsonat at tention lo all stock, but will not be reiponuble for accidents. Correspondence and best of all impection invited. E. S. POWELL SON. I luitonvtlle, Ky. Bam Lumber For Sale! 120.000 feet of Boxing. Sheeting and Frame Lumber for Darn Pat terns, which I will sell for cash or trade for Corn. Hay or good Horses ' ntirl Klitlna I'm'! nn rtiia vnru ron. fllll, I.IUIV.?. l.VWk. . ...it. -j , sonablc, for I want to sell. Write me at once. Rcspcctfullji, C. J. Sipple. London, Ky. The Cost of Lm'nq has not increased so much if You Buy tha right Kind of Groceries Quality counts a whole lot in the regu lation of household ex perience. Do your marketing here and you'll find yourself en joying the best things to eat without having to pay too much for them. 1 I In: W. H. HIGG1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. I M I ;-J vB -- life la 'ttr&?-"-' -r I Ki2 f 'M Wmii A Soon Empty Flour Sack will be your experience if you em ploy the Baughman's Fancy Patent No 1 brand in your baking. Your family will cat so much more bread, etc, that it will seem as il you couldn't bake enough to satisfy them. Better pay for good flour than for medicine though. Order your grocer to send you a sack of Baughman's Fancy Patent No 1 ( flour to-day and you'll have less dyspepsia medicine to buy hereafter. J J. H. Baughman & Co. ' BringaYourJ Produce To Us. We have opened.', produce house on Som ersetOitreet and J will pay the highest market price for all kinds of country produce. Dnng us your stuff. M iO. BASTIN & CO.. Stanlord. Ky. BLACKSMITH hG ! Ilrlng your lllnok.niithlng unit gonrrnl repair work to m. Horse ahovliiK rue, HMIafnctlon giirnnlw-d, .hop oppcmlto Phillips' concrete stor. . . JAXIKH UllACKKTT, Htnnford, Ky. j,L,Beazley&Co., i I iiTViillfilTi Srflj2iiSs !Lrv323JiHLW!! riJi''CTl tu i - r -n-Cr - J ,-TaL -.SMwseAsrwL- A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, Uurgin. KontucKy. I n m i Krniluntf of Jones' National rtohool ol Auctioneers. I lilrngo, nnil !mp linil ex perk nee In thi' tilir emtio sulfa lit the Union Moefc Yunla. t'lilciigo, wherw u solil aonit" tuoronglibrttla IiluU na fitt, VImi In orsu uln wueuiMOsiilin were mnile tncli Unv VuctlotiiHrlng u n wleuct) and I lme .tiidtfd It with this Ideu. Hit) or ulitinn me !.lore ou iirmiiuo for jour ml" I run itinkcsuletlujnuritdMtntuKe. l'lluMCio-H NOTICE! Tbo liming clnliimngiil at thfstiitt ol Mri.liil Rue. iU-n-nwil, will prMtuntthum properly prtntn tunit" nt once. Tliomi on Ine tin" e.tiita uro hutlllrd to ttl with me ImnudtuLly. OKO. 11. I'M' ITT. AdinlntHtrntor Mrs. Helie lllou Harry Jacobs, Deuler lu and Manufacturer of Marble and Cranito Monti monts, Markers and Posts, Ometery and Lawn Vases unci Hetteei. OUlto aud works. Me Kinney. Ky. Spring & Summer Stocks llnye'your measure taken by n tnllor of ex perience. Then your clothes, whetbt-ra low prlco business ault or the finest BTnlni clothes, will bna that Individuality and fit which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure. I will also take your mens nr for extra trousers, fancy vesta, top eoatd and overooota. Hprlngaad Hurame, samples on hnnd ready fur your Inspection H.U. HUl'J.KY.TheTallor, Hlanford, Ky. 5t3 Stiafeg . m. m "TT n H irAVGCE . x i.,-,. -V.TlasML'.st1 Undertakers and Embalm en. Also Dealer in Fur niture, JiIatting8,Rug. They will exchange Furnituro for ill Kind of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right STANFORD. - KENTUCK Y CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! 1 cnn.'lurnlih tht puuuowlth the tiest, na well as the freshest of cut flow era, plants of all kinds, bulbs, potted flower., on short notice Also tnuke h specially of wrtuths for for funeral purposea, la connection with the ntKe, 1 hae all kinds of vegttublcson hand at reasonable prlct-s. CIIIUHTMAK f.ItKKN IIOUHKH, Kl" lIlllllAKI", 1'KOH. Htuu'nrd, Ky. OOfOHUOH0W- at O O O o o a o o o a o o a & o a a a o Q o o o o o o o o o o O o 0 0 "J 0 ST H r My- 9 1 ( SaHnSEBH u" - 4wiiTB) "L- - vtvf 1''' "i A y '- VJW-e-iasa-af-jf.l KV4.T S M JTaV .jtF'k "4 . !sflMlfM.uv'l ? - 'F S J&Mp ' ',( 7S " - Ederhcimcr, Stein & Co. UAUll Well Dressed. Wc are told that it is wroiif to jtiden man hy his clothes still we cannot help but admire things of beauty on worth. Our young mens' clothes nt Ifi to $-7.50 the suit are things of real beauty and value antl are always ail mired. Greys and blue serges were never as popular before and our stock is full of them. H. J. McROBERTS, Stanford, Kentucky. I333303S333SS33S33SS G. L. Penny H. II. Code- K. It. Coleman n Tf p n . -n I urB tiess romtry ranacsa si $ PENNY'S DRUG STORE, m Will make hen lay, cure them tit ilipeiitv ami Keep them in good thrifty condition. Tho increawj in the unrulier of I'pRa laid, will more than iiay for the !ni:t!l exxiiiio of fectling. It is wild at I'vntiy'i Drug blore. Stanford, Kentucky. MASOlTSjyiEET. Lincoln Lodge Ko. 60. r. A A. M. will meet In statwt communication on each first and third Monday nights uf each month, at 1VM) o'clock In their hall on main slrieet, Htnn ford, Ky. Members of slater lodcea are fra ternally Invited to be preaent. T. W. Pen nineton Bee. LSN. TI7TETHBLE No. ll.Honth, lltJop. M. No. iSt, Houth, lOiiil A M. No.JI, North,4itu A. M. No. W. North, oi r. M, DO.ZI, lUlZUA.M. No, f, l:o p. x. JOS. S. RICE, Agont. CONCRETING "Weareln Dosltlon todoall Linda f eon. cretlng, such aa lilock Work, I'uvemenls and. In fact, we can make uny thing from a bouse dost n to a fence post. We can serve yoa promptly and guarantee nrst-class won nun material, uail Ana net our prices before you buy your maturlul at least. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. J. J. BELDEN, for bouse, carrlnxe and alun Dalntlna deco ratlve paper hanging also bUKey trimming of nil kinds such na topa recovered curtalua and boots masle. HtopcnerAldrldgu'sblHOk smith abop West Main Ht Hlanford Ky., -i-uoiiv rio.oz, J J.UKLDKN. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. 1 desire to sell prlvatoly'my itook of Urc eerleaand Hardware. lolnr a good busl ness. Will Invoice about ILUW. lbsaaon ill health, GKO. D. HOl'l'Klt.HtanfordKy. IV. A. TRIBBLE. Furniture aud Undertaking. Day 1'hone 28. Night rhone 133. Stanford, Kentucky. When Hungry OOTO Carson's Hestaurant Iincaster, Htreet, Htanford K. Men Is served at all hours up toll:) p. x. llest place lu wnjlor a good ijulck nieul. booking to ault our customers our specialty. Hplendld new Hue of fancy Groceries. Hot Coffee, Handwlches, pies, Itutter milk and sweet milk, etc, nt all tlmoa. Yi. A. CARSON. Prp. Iftfewf i When You Have - To Fell Call Ii. B. Northcott, Stanford, Ky. 'I'hono 153. ' TIIUKMAN K. TUDOR, ranaBer. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o o 0 0 I iXfei , b. ja .iv.. Jfct.