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Digital page images are linked to the text file. k Fc r V II L I qIt L 4ji- S f 4 ff I TE TqR J OURNAL41STANF- ORD 1 J J L voL XXXVII KY TUESDAY APRIL 28 1910 Nf17 u t I HEAVY FROST KILLS I FRUIT AND VEGETABLES S i iS Mud Loss Occasioned In This Section By Freezing Weather Of Saturday Night I Fruit vegetables and unprotected W i I bcco plant were killed at If cut off with a sharp blade by the heavy frost and freeze of Saturday night The lose to the fruit growers and truck farmer in this part of the State Is very heavy and great disappointment Is heard on all tides for everything seemed tugivi 0 promise of bumper crops thii year The frost was one of the heaviest over seen In this section for the nightv was very clear Tho thermometer which had been hovering very low all day Saturday fanned by chilly winds went down rapidly by nightfall and a skim of Ice a quarter of an Inch thick was found in some places Sunday morn Inc All growing vegetables wore nip pcdJoflC short at the ground about the only ones not killed outright being onions and peas Some truck gardeners had beans about ready to blossom and the prospect for a helvyfrult crop In this flection had been splendid Some uneasiness ii felt among tobac co growers In this sect nal toltho out come of the tender young plant which may sot have been fully protected Au thorities say that where the canvas is lalddlrectly on the pleats and ground and not slightly rIled by rails around the bed there Is great danger of loss from frost and If this should prove to have been the case tits loss wilt be very heavy in this county Hlllenmcycr the Lexington fruit au thority says Tho frost was one of r the most disastrous within my recoll5c tion and the fruit crop of Kentucky is p universally blighted r Cleared 5150 Baptist Ladles Crab Orchard To Give Another Plays The ladle of the baptist church at Crab Orchard cleared 6160 with their play The Time of ills Life given I there tact week They will give another next Thursday night entitled I The Modem Sewing Society In which MLa Mario Mahony of this city will sing a solo apd Russell Drown will give a negro dialect stunt A crowd of Stanford people attended the performance last week and were greatly pleased The proceeds RO towards purchas lag a new carpet for the church Assessment Stands t No Raise Will Be Made By State I Board This Year Lincoln county assessment tor tax ation this year which was raised about 100000 by the board of supervisors will not be further raised by tho state board equalization It hue accepted the assessment as fair Among the counties whose local assessment was accepted are Adair Barren Boyle Bullltt Car lisle Casey Clark Greenup Hart Knox Knott Lincoln Madison Martin Menefee Mercer Monroe and Nelson Celebrates 00th Birthday Mrs Eliza iloaklnq Farris of Lan cuter on Saturday celebrated her 90th birthday anniversary at the homo of her great niece Mrs Joe E Robinson Mrs Farris Is a historic personage lii that she was as tho Florence Nighten gale of Camp Dick Robinson of Civil War tithes and many aro the Interest b ing reminiscences she can relate lie parents home was just across the roa from the famous Federal station an Mrs Farrts wet and mingled with Gene Thomas Sherman Nelson Landram Frye and other military notables r Killing at Somerset Joe Woods and James Zachery well known residents of Somerset engage in a quarrel and Zachery was struck over tho with a plank His wound was dressed and he went his bus mesa In exactly six hours after he was struck he felt suddenly to thv ground and expired The men wore brothers in h IMhe Worlds Best No one has over made a salve oInt ment or balm to compare with Buck lens Arnica Salve i heater of Cuts Corns BurnsBruises Sores Scalds Dolls Ulcers Eszema Salt Rheum For Sore Eyes Cold Sores j and Chapped hands or Sprains it Is su for Only 25c at Pennys Drug Store a t Mark Jennings confined in jail at it Lancaster without bail for killing Gee I McCowan at recently throat with a small piece of mucdamage h sane 1 i 0 TOSTARTJORKONBIGWAREHOUSE I John Baughman to Put up Building to Handh FiX Million Pounds of Tobacco ItJnhj II have work lUrutl at once breaking ground for the large handling ard prizing warehouse w leh he will solid for the reception of th Immense crap of tobacco which will be raised in MneoUi county this year Hot hall teased thIS wnrehouso for three VMrp with the prlvltete of five to W P+ Klncaldwhohgynmoatofthe crop railed in this county Mr Klncald flayi that he exp cU to handle 6000 OOD pounds of tobacco out of Lincoln county this season The warehouse will bo built on Mr BauKhnnnH adjoining the L N railroad Rnc1will bl 70x140 feet in dlmrn tins It will acummodato two prcJej and two sets of scales and Mr KlnU says that ho expects to re ceive and prze 50 hogsheads a day there He will work from 25 to 50 men in the warehouse during tho busy sea son Mr KIncald says that owing to the Immense crop being raised south of the Kentucky river this year and which is all out of the pool practically he does riot expect to see the price of tobacco as high as last year when he paid an average of about 1C cents per pound for all ho bought Thorough Cleaningc Is Given The Old TownPromo ters Warmly Praised The members of thellWomtns Civic Improvement Club and of tho City Council are receiving the warmest praise on all tides for the unqualified succesi of their cleanlngup movement Already about 40 wagon loads of trash have been hauled out of town and this wagons are still working Everyone willing to cooperate Macks ville was cleanud like it has not been in years and the old town hoi been given- a spring cleaning of the most thorough sort Halls Gap SundaySchool Reorganized And Work Is Pro gressing At Rowland A reorganization of tho Sunday school of Fairview Baptist church was ffected Sunday afternoon with the following officers in charge Superintendent Mr Meadows asat supt Mr JnoCarter aeey and treas Mrr Rice Teachers were also elected and plenty of good literature provided The church seems to be taking on new life the building Is soon to bo completed and next Saturday all are to meet and give the church a good spring cleaning The Sundayschool meets every Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock and they also hope to have preaching twice a month New trustees will be elected at the Rowland church next Sunday after noon Already the Sundayschool has enrolled about GO members Two Operattas Will Be Given By School Children On April 29 The pupils of the Stanford Graded and High School wjll give two operate tas at the house on the evening of April 29thrvthQ W ole Year It Marzo alld Te Peppery reelectionsrer are a gradedtneqti ef the fcfo C9VKV I In Stan ford any the teachers all hope that ev ey one wilreHQrvethjsdate to attend I ufuv 925 Junction City Kyt tQ Asho Queend t 11 d returning until May 31 1910 WC RlnearsonG P A Kills A Murderer A merciless murderer is Appendicitis with many victims But Dr Kings New Lifo Pills kill it by prevention They gently stimulate stomach ftve and bowels preventing that clogging that invites appendicitis curing consti potion headache bllllousness chills 25c at Pennys Drug Store 1 Good Job For Pulaskian Superintendent of Schools Rcglnstcln has appointed L N Taylor former schoolsuperintendent of Pulaikl coun ty as first clerk in hU office to succeed prrio moted to the chief clerkship c GRAND OLD MAN OFGAllUABDi AND HIS GHKATaiiANDSON Courtesy of Coudr Journal I A dispatch from Lancaster tay that One of the most remarki s r ron ol Garrard county U John Y Leavpil who celebrated his 93rd hiriiway March 21 is truly termel Gurrardd Grand Man as both his mental and phys ical powers aro remarkably well pre served he being obis to talk by the hour of the many interesting incidents in his long and active career He can go beck and give the platforms of every preei ntislcampaign He was in hit young Utya an old line Whig but being a Southern sympathizer later became s staunch democrat He U the only remaining anizer of the First National Bank of Lancaster and was its president from 1870 to 1872 and for many years one of its directors He is the only surviving county com missioner who built the present Gar rard county court hou e and tho only living member that negotiated the extension of the Kentucky Central now RowandMr Leuvell in his prime was both a successful farmer and financier owning leveral hundred acres of the best land of upper Garrard He was also a lead- Ing stockman and is one of the very few remaining who sent stock South on IthisHorse Killed Two young men who came through town Sunday about noon on motorcycles scared a loose horse on the Danville pike so badly that ho backed off the abutment at the covered bridge and was killed This place has been unpro tected ever since the pikes were freed Tho horse belonged to George Hays The Markets CINCINNATI April 25CBttlcRe cclptr 270 market steady fair to good shippers 6 65 to 775 common 275 to 525 KsRecelpti 1000 market active J5 to 20c higher on 100 pounds butchers and shippers 9 55 to 960 com mon 775 to 940 Sheep Receipts none market steady 4 25 to 6 40 Lambs Market steady 625 to 840 t Forced to Leave Home Every year a large number of poor sufferers whose lungs are sore and racked with coughs are urged to go to another climate But this Is costly an not always sure Theres abetter wa Let Dr Kings New Discovery cure at home It cured me of lung trou ble writes W R Nejson of Calamine Ark when all else fjjjSd and I gained 47 pounds in weight Its sur lunocures Thousands owe health to U Its positively guaranteed for Coughs Colds LaGrippe Asthma I Croupall throat and lung troubles 60c trial bottle free at Pennys Drug Store TreerWhile walking under a tall tree on the Anderson farm near Stewart 12 miles west of Danville George Russell a farmer was killed by a falling limb and Mark Deering was dangerously in jured i bits Robert Boyle the wife of Es Boyle of Lancaster is consider I ed dangerously HI of paralysis Some 12 jearlt ago she suffered a an- hasbeen d n helpless invalid ever slnc being confined to hel chair of t time Mr Leavell has also tie most unu sual record of tmvint lived to see the seventh ir npiaiion well remembering his great fiuvlKner huhimielf being a Kreatv ndiie From it r ytiiiil standpoint Mr Leavell u clearly a scion of a pioneer stick with all its vigor and fine mate vial development He is 6t feet tall and has weighed over 200 pounds This RIled Garrardite is the father of ten children seven of whom are stillI living and are as follows A D Leavell Walker Leavell Miss Belle Leavell Mrs John Francis of Lancas tr John Leavell of Pecos Texas Mrs Jennie Armstrong of Frankfort and Sire Jasper Bogle of Indianapolis tie has 30 grand children and also a a large number of gnat grandchildren The unusually bright little lad of the picture is his great grandchild repre senting with Mr Leavell the extremes of four generations He is Master isHenry Clay Jennings son of Mr and Mrs J B Jennings of Pecos TexasfMrs Jennie Armstrong of Mrs Jasper Bogle of Indianapolis He has 30 grand chlldren and a large number of great grand chilrdren The unusually bright little lad of the picture is his great grandchild repre seating with Mr Leavell the extremes Master11Ie1ry To War On Tuberculosis A mass meeting will be held at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening in charge of the physicians of the city at which the war upon tuberculosis will be discussed and an effort be made to enlist the hearty cooperation of the people of Stanford It Is expected that all of the churches will close their doors ao that the congregations may attend this meeting Something may also be typhoidfever Hustonville Honor Roll The honor roll of the Hustonville graded school for the month just pas is as follows Anna Floyd Paul Willis Marion Allen R Evans Dunn Sandidge Walter Murphy Lena Russell Mamie North Malinda Nave Mary Stagg Liz ale Ashley Roberta Blain Ray Mur phy Nellie Allen Jessie Girdler Ab Ole Dagger Laura Sandidge Harmon Barker Wright Virginia Grubbs Mabel Russell Mary Skinner Alfred Tucker Toppa vigor ous a Without health there Is no success But Electric Bitters is the greatest Health Builder the world has over known It compels kide a thdd the wear add tear of dally work After months or Buffering from kidney trouble writes WN Sherman Me three bottles of Electric Bitters made me feel like anew man 5Qc at Pen nys Drug Store- Delegates to Conference Rev J J Dickey and wife go to Richmond today to attend the Danville District Conference T D Raney and Sam Matheny are delegates from the Stanford church and Samuel Roberts from tho Logans Creek church News has been received by Garrard relatives of tho death of Mrs Jennie Eastman at Columbus O Mrs Eastman who was a niece of the late Mr Kinnaird of Lancaster and who was called there by this fatal illness of her aunt about two months just r- hedlast week where she disease s WIN THEIR FIFTEENTH STRAIGHT VICTORY Stanford Nine Defeat Lancaster On Latters Grounds By Score Of10to3 The Stanford High School team gave their old time Lancaster rivals the ty whipping of their lives in a game play ed on Lancasters own grounds Friday J afternoon and won their IRth straight victory The final scoru was 16 to 3 or and the score eloquently tells the tale of the difference between the two nines The Lancaster boys are coming here next Friday however and will havep several new men and promise to make a great effort for revenge The Stanford players so far outclassed their rivals that a complete story of 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 ot of 16 hits and 13 runs Schooler who succeeded him fared a trifle better bute the sluggers would not be denied and continued the run makl c 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 Out6f five times up he hit safely four times and smashed out a corking three bagger II the third inning with the bases filled Besides his splendid stick work young Embry pitching for Stanford held the opposing ram to two hits neither of which they would have hadhad 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 Inside game Harris Coleman batted like a fient slamming out five singles out of six times up while Tom Bright doubled twice Two fast double plays were pulled off by the Stan ford fielders the second in the ninth inning cutting offp scoreThe team played a nice game but were outclassed Prof C Bridges the superintendent of the school remarked to Prof Ireland You have no prep team here this a college team which was consid ed quitea compliment in view of the factthat not one of the Stanford play hers Is over 18 years of age and five of s them ate only 16 McRoberts put up the beet allround game for Lancaster The attendance was very good the grounds being enclosed and with a nice grandstand something which is badly needed here The box score tells the story of the massacreSTANFORD AB RHP0AE Waters tr6 1 1 000McCArty lb4 0 1 13 1 2 Penny c6623900Singleton as6653130Coleman 3b6635110Embry p 524391 0THill cf 5 12000 Totals 49 162427194 LANCASTERAB RHP0AEM- iller ss4 01531 I McRoberts cf 3 00300Kinnaird If 1 00001Fox If 3 00100Robinson lb3 10900Doty rf 3b3 00010Ball 3b 2 101003b 4 10260 3tJ p Totals 29 3 2t26165 t M Bright out for cutting 1st base Score by innings 123456789 T- StanrordOI1571010 116 Lancaster 00 0 01010 13 Summary Earned runs Stanford 12 three base hits Embry two base hits Embry T Bright 2 HitsOff Her roi 16 in four Innings off Schooler 8 In five Innings sacrifice hitsWaters McCarty Emhry Doty Stolen basest Waters McCarty Penny Coleman 3 M Bright f BriihtMcRoberts Rob inson Ball Schooler 2 Struck out by Embry 7 by Herron liby 5 Bases on balls off Embry 3 Pass balledBall Double Bright Sin gleton and McCarty Singleton McCar ty and Penny Left on basesStanf- ords 8 Lancaster 4 Time of game one hour and 50 minutes Umpires Elkln and Penny The crack 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 Sun day both had pictures of the Stanford nine but printed so poorly the memo bars were indistinguishable I was under the care of four differs ent doctors during nine months and was cured of dyspepsia by Miona Mr Joseph Grondlne 197 Fountain Street Fall River Mast Guaranteed by 0L Penny We i WANT PHYSICIANS PRESIDENTS CABINET Central Kentucky Medical Men Go J- On Record HereGuests Of Dr Carpenter + The Central Kentucky Medical Sock convened In the parlors of the St Isaph Hotel Thursday at 10 a m Dr G Carpenter the retiring president called the Society to order Blessings the Deity were Invoked by the Rev withRevsDr J B Kinneird of Lancaster the iresidenrelect 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 Harrodsburg nndaccepted- Dr J G Carpenter of Stanford delivered a brief and spicy valedictory on the inscription on the Kentucky Coat Arms = United We Stand Divided We Fallwhlch was enjoyed discuss briefly by the members and Rev DickeyDr Cowan of Danville presented a most entertaining and instruc veryI y by several members Dr J G Carpenter then spoke on the Hookworm Disease The eggs embryos and hookworms were illustrated with microscopic and macroscopic draw- Ings and he presented the subject up todate and highly edified the audience The paper was discussed by most of the j membersThe Defense League of the j 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 forewarning fore arming each and taking for a motto semper paratus Dr J B Kinnaird appointed Dre Singleton Price Cowan and J G Car enter to draft appropriate resolutions In behalf of the Public Health Department to be created at Washington D with a physician for Cabinet Health officer and so earnestly espoused by President Taft before and since his election and the work in the same line which has been recently taken up and advocated by Senator Owens of Okla oma the army navy State and Inter tate health bureaus being included in one body viz the Public Health Department with each bureau coordinat id and subservient to the Public Health departmentIt that a copy of these resolutions be sent to President Taft Senator Owens Senator Bradley and Congressman Harvey Helm from the Central Kentucky Medical Association requesting most sincerely that these public officials use their best efforts to secure the passage of the Owens Pub tic Health Department bill with a physician for a cabinet officer to preside this department Drs R C McChqr4 and Kobert of Lebanon were g lesta of the Society The following members were present from a distanceDrs Price and Stra der Harrodsburg Dr Rice Cowan of anville Dr Walter Hopper Perry rille Dr Roberta Carpenter Huston villa Drs Mays and McKinley Dar ville Dr J D Kinnaird Lancaster j Dr Sowder Mt Vernon The local physicians present wereDrs OBan non Peyton Brown Phillips Reid + Doores and Carpenter Through Dr Rice Cowan a vote of thanks was extended to DrJ G Car penter for the kind and generous hos pitality extended the outot town members and guests who were dined as his guests at the St Asaph Hotel with a bountifulcuisine The Society adjourned to meet in Lancaster on the 3d Thursday in July at 10 oclock in honor of Dr J B Kin naird I Veteran Very 111 PeplarrdjoinnlIore uneasy over The veteran ia about 70 years of age and though a man of iron constitution and unusually good health during iris long life it is feared that his system lies been BO undermined that he will not be able to throw off this last illness He is an uncle of J F Rigney of this city and well known here JOHN OWSLEY REID and Welch Roch ester went to Louisville Saturday and returned Sunday In Mr Reids big motorcarLincoln Hounds Good Work Marshall Herring of Huatonville passed through Danville last night with his bloodhounds He had been to Pu laski county where the dogs trailed down a corn thief The corn was found I and the alleged thief arrestedAdvo I cafe r I t PAGE TWO a jTHE JKTBRIOR JQUENALST NEOIlfc ittr APRIL 36th fs10tL i tf y q 0 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872 KVHRT TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At ii Per Year In Advance sHELTON SAUFLEYirPublliheri 1 Entered at the Post Office at Stan ford Kyi as Second Clasd malt A great many suggestions have been made as to who should be nom inated as the Democratic candidate for governor since it became known that Hen Is a candidate Can any one tell us why he is not as well fitted for the office as any man that has been named We would be pleased for those who oppose him to come out from un der cover give a valid reason for opposition to him ShelbyVllle Record Good friend Shinnick in our hum ble estimation if the Democrats of Kentucky are desirous of enjoying four more years of Republican rule in the state after the administra tion headed by Gov Willson is end ed they can insure it in no more certain way than by making Ben Johnson their nominee for Govern or There a number of reasons w think why this so and we are go fag to give you a few of them frank ly since you have asked for them And if you had had the opportunity as we had to meet Democrats from all over the state at Frankfort during the recent legisla tive session and to heard the views of a great majority of them regarding Democracys next candid ate for Governor we believe that you would see where we are right In the first place the vast majority cf the Democrats of Kentucky the country Democrats who ar Democrats from principle and no from hopes of political pelf as is the case in many of the larger cit iesnre not to accept with open arms candidate for governor whose chief source of support is notorious boss from the Buckin ham Theatre in Louisville ColJn H Whallen The country democrats will doubt the sincerity and intentions of any man who is known as Whallens candidate Many will in deed doubt the brand of his demo racy for it is known to the world that Whallen contributed 250 to the Taft campaign fund in 1008 and- has Bryan from first to last A man who can po easily change his political cloak is hardly the onto name the candidate of a party atd especially when such a boss rarely warmly espouses th cause of any candidate who is no entirely subservient to his mastermind Ben Johnsons alliance with Whallen and his crowd would cost him thousands of votes in the rural districts The support of Whallen may be necessary to carry Louisville but this is not going to be the sole consideration in the nomination of the democratic candidate for gov ernor The country democracy js not going to permit Whallen to name the candidate as the price of his support of the ticket Whallen may bolt if Snot given his own sweet willthe Louisville brand of dem ocracy frequently does thatbut with a man at the head of theticket upon whom the united party out in- the state has put the seal of itsap proval it really makes little differ ence how Whallen feels about it And right here it may be said that tine part Ben Johnson played in alliance with the other henchmen- of Whallen in rafting the notorious i gag rules in the Kentucky Sen ate does not count in his favor 4 Johnson was in the private councils of the leaders who wrQte those rules and suggested immrfantparts in them rules were more odious to foyers Qrfair play than the ironclad rulesof Cannon How Mr Johnson could reconcile his position against the rules of Cannon in the National Houses and his suggestions in the drafting of the rules of the I Kentucky Senate would be rather hard to explains to the democrats of Kentucky it strikes us Again It has been said time and again that one of the causes that lent toward democratic disaster in the last state campaign was the lack of and aggressiveness of Judge Hager as a stump speaker and his failure as q mixer We spea plainly But the truth of this Johnsodoesstump speakerand further is as crowdHfI theboystong grand old democratic party He would not meet Judge ORear on the stump It would be a farce from beginning to end We can get a candidate who is a speaker we must rabble them so whats the use of going feeling to and nave Learned better by this time There are other reasons why Mr u ojTJohnsonis certainlynot Ipgical goveynoWehave cerning him of which we know little and many which we do not be lieve should be held against any man who honorably seeks the suf dontrbeen compelled to take human life in his pyvr Defense or xindei circum stances him in the right should cut any figure when Iris candidacy for office is consider ed But there is no gainsaying the fact that it does sometimes We do not believe it fair or just that the religious belief of any man should be even remotely considered when Ills candidacy for political office is suggested The Church and the fce kept inviolably sep orate In this connection we do net offer our own opinion in the matter but will quote one of the foremost citizens of Frankfort and one ofour warmest personal friends and he is a devout member of the Catholic church He said to us I know you feel as I do about it that a mans religious views should not be thought of in politics but I Ieknow that there a great many men in the state who would not vote for Ben Johnson because he is a Cotho lie I am a Catholic myself yet I know this to be true and I believe that for this reason alone if no oth era were to be considered it would be very unwise for the democratic party to nominate him for governor Its a pity that everyone is not broad minded enough to see the injustice of this but they do not seem to be And we agree exactly with what our friend this leading Catholic citi zen of Frankfort has to say on this- t question These things are more or less of a personal nature and we have not plainlyJohnson during his service as a State sonalg fitspartys governor and we have told you a few of the chief reasons that have campaigniup- on the defensive explaining this or that about its candidate or trying to smooth out this or that in his politicnlconnecla manytas of any one faction of the party but could unite them all who could lead the party in a splendid offensive campaign based upon theincompe notbeorpalliadonofhis th t the democrAcy of Kentucky is nave to the situn O 1 and is not going to be misled NOTICE111 sir e TO ContractorsLetting TUESDAY APRILj 26 1910 Notice isx hereby given that IasSupervisor of turnpike roads for bin coin county Ky wJ ujiti 10 oclock Ajf Tuesday April 20 1910 receive sealed bids for stone atd gravel con tracts on the various sections of turn pikes in said Lincoln county Ky Jlaulingbgravel must be sealed and filed with mpon or before 10 oclocka M Tqesday April K6 1010 at Stanford Kynnd no bids will be received after that time Contracts will be let to the lowest and best bidders anti con trpctors will be required to give bond byrneforcontracts and for all penalties and performtheirunder the conditions hereinafter rneii tipned Stanford k Danville pike mice 1 frpm Stalifordto Mrs Mettle Whites 3Q rods etone Same sec 2 from hire Mattic UneapikoeecIRush Branch 25 rods stone toHubbleStanford it Crab Orchard pike sec 1 from Stanford to Baughmans gate 20 rods stone Same eec2 from Baughmaus gate to Bywaters gate Ip rods stone gatetoStanford Dix RIver pike Sec 2 yJorlJaoe 1vI Double Your Profits by Usta ah j L 1 INDIANA SILO rLIltP Jwwww Ask any man who uses one 51 per cent of the food value of corn contained in the shucks cob leaves and stalk 40 per cent in theI grain therefore com hand in the field loses 51 per 15 per cent total food Value centI waste poor stock When the reach of all and fully guar nine acres of com find Also agent for the most ments Cutters Practical anti loader INDIANA 1 I R E GAINESAGENT j I MIlIiWE Have the Superior 2horie corn bothedge and flat dropping plates al so the Superior J horsew1 and fertilizersV have been tested and give satisfaction ttxant ase td I W HIG61NS kyL jI Stanford C Lancaster pike bee 1 from Stanford to Irans lane 2r rods stone Stanford it Wuynosburjj set 1 from Stanford to pike 25 rods atone Same see 2 from Ottciilumn pike to Maywood Co rOtuiI1t tot of Knob 25 rods stone Same sec 8 from Maywood Co- roul to Cttrteta Store 10 rods stone Stanford it Htfetonvilld pike MC 1 from Sanfon to Caslia store 80 rod1 atomic tfSnmo ace 2 front tintt toro to Hanging Fork crook 80 see ofrojii llau ihg Fork creek to Ilustonville 10 rods stone Iustonvillo it Coflea mill hike see 1 from to Will Carr aone 20 rods stone Huetonvillo it Danville pike ace 1 from Ilugtonville to Black pike 60 rods stone l j Same see 2 from Black pike to Boyle do line 20 rods stone McKiuney jfc CofTeys mill piko see 2 from UQU60 to Fair placo 25 rods of tone Danville it Lancaster pike whole road J5 rods stoop Lincoln Boyle pike whole road 5 rods atone- Hanging lurk and Hubble pike from Rush Branch pike to Danville and Lancaster pike 5 of gravel A rod of stone or gravel shall con slat of 225 cubic feet Hand broken stone and gravel must le on njargiu of road or section by Sept 15 1QJO All gravel must be spread before Oct 15 1010 AH superisor nate when and where it is to bq spread All crushed stone must be cpread not later than Jan Ii 1011 All stotie furnished must be good coed bard limestone or anti broken into pieces not to exceed two inches in diameter Thfc gravel must be clean and flinty Tho ourt or its representative y a material not pl proper I size Biddersmust say wheth er etono will be broken by liana or il1crushed i i i The supervisor reserves thb tight to bids Blank forms oq which bids may bo made can be obtained from the clerk of bonds may at the County Clerks office Lincoln arock crush Iiermnittedto S K DUDDERAR Turnpike Roads for Lin corn County Fruit and Ornamental Trees I j Everything for Orchard Lawn nnd Garden plants Free Catalogue No Agents HF Hillenmeyer Sons KBNTBCKY led bf cutting and cent by putting in the saved by feeding through the feed and have SILO is within tau anteed 185 SILO holds feeds 28 cattle six months uptodate ensilage and equip I conveyor and corn elevator planter with planters These planters if Otteuhdni teathlleS- ame HuotonviUe quartz orquality beobtatned countyqwns Supervisor LBZINGTOX SILO LBeazleyCo Di iortaKers and Embalm err Alco Dealer in Fort aitureMattingaRug Tho will exchange Furniture fur I ill Kinds of Stock Give Titm a Call Trice Iligh- tSTAMORD KENTUGK v Fish Pennington Insurance and Real Estate 411 kinds of INSURANCE all kinds of property Only llielntg cst companies represented Rates as low as can be hatlanvwhe- reStanford Hy Phone 200 CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I Canfurnlih the public with the bet BI well as the rrthrtt ol cut flower plants of All kind bulb potted flowcr on short notice Alto make A p claltyol wreathe tot lot fnneral allkIndprice CHHISTMANdHKKNHOUHEfl En rluunaan laout- ahflyd Ky CONCRETINGI concretinguchsod In fuel wA cnn make from i home down to a fence pot We can erra yon promptly and guarantee flr tclnn prtcelbeforePHILLIPS BROS JStaQfprd Ky T iJJt BE DEN for house carriage IgnpalDtlnR deco ratlve paper hanging also buggy trimming ofall kind such Al topt recnered curtain and boots made Ijlopoer 4ldrl 1glll black KyWJ J BKLDKN Stock of Meijchandibe for Sale Itleilre to tell privately my stock of oro cerlt and Hnrdware Iiolnrt n good bud no Will Invoice about KW Benson 111 healthOEO O HOPPl It fttanfordrry ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE THOSE having claims against the es tate of Geo B gaufley deojateil are notified to present same to the under paymentThosetlement with me at OD9 George L Penny administrator I f I 1 SHOES i I 4 work shoe at 3 and 350 I be onI est wearing work shoe made on the g today A iNt strong satfm nl tor hut we believe it i triio tr1L mio pair and sec Bhuk or tajv G oO = w w i Llrl n t 9 jf 0 I Shoes Jftfrffflro lllilihill ft1ll qHssn 1 shoes for untIl at tho shoes1 for t1heman in tlio office and shoes lor the boy on the da o 1r0shooandI 1 vici in r f and high shoesat 350 to D arc J tis It stylish and as g Yo ugOOlas money buys Our nionzies 1 globe Cd ii QGI J 0 sf OQG L Penny It H Vffnv 12 It Coleman IDr Hess Poultry Panacea I themq a- q of tr gf laid will mOrd than r m I fdr the email eXlClro of Riding It is soldat Pennys Drug t a ftore t I IE PENNYS DRUG STORE ftj Stanford KeVitucky Pi mBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BPrJ U eltx When You Have r i PrcdUceJI To foil Callai fie B Northcottr t fWorJ Ky Phone 169f THURMAN TUDOR M na r 4tr J I rlr UiM J f iJ1 I n n i f t I tARm 4111itho THD INr11R UFO bi l Nwl 13TXNf tD lnl p alrlUth I Nei SjrigShe tfiN l ti J I 4- 4J I t- Our n d i TI4W low tihoe hltve the style and quality possible for hunjiin skllltGiliexp ew utlnipa slide There Isfa pertain refinement to few ess The effect of your dress is spoiled byl n ill fitting badly lasted Shoe We helve the new one two or three strap slippers in suede jin metal patent Let us fit you with the style that looks best On N your feet Prices 250 3 and 35QiI f I arc r NEEDLES Dobbins and Shuttles for Dfug5toreaS JJ Pl R50NALSrl ELMER CONNBTT has been quite sick MRS Suit YEAGRR Is in Louisville tho guest ofMra Dolph Illcej THE little dnupbter of J 0 Carr L A Nt agent at Lexington died this week agod fl years of stomach trou ble Mr Carr In brother law of J S and T A Rice of this city If E GlUTZ representing un adver thing cut house was In Stanford last towctlk and did a sued builncw among the liv Miw IIRfitilyiII7Rb4 returned htmiV atltrtIf daburl rel atlYlert J rn Jrrt ThiYLOTr fcfxl her little deft tr wrnMrflMtnal Mrs Wallnc- S G04at ac trb Orckwiti J M ALVWUMN wad over fnm Ftbnkfevt last tlitjfreperstnry fo tlbvlttg his 1 qte jA tiiIt eltvt whore he iifttmh Lflvu ib tt futuret Al r UAND JIIB Jot FAftftU are ex 1 pected JanlJllt lti a few ways from Orllr UlItJllpent the winter and spring Atiraeate J U DOURNB hM returned to lPtJJtftqr after a visit to Mrs WtK MRS J II KKNNBDY and daughters t tndiMri Mary Stagnor of Richmond clime over for the funeral of John Tray lor MISS MAMIE EroftMua DUNN and brother and T J Price of Garrard visited Miss Dirdio Mcpure at Stan ford last week K S ALCORN has returned from u business trip to Loutoville S MRS JP HANCOCK of Lebanon 1a vIiltlDg ids Wj P Kln ald1 ToMMY Cl BALL the Mayordf May wood spent Saturday In the city visit Ing with old friends Miss RACHEL ALLISON Is the guest of friends In Lexington Miss LSTTIE HELM Is spending some time the guest of her slater In Louis i rviIIc i I iif Roar GnEGORYand George Martin of Livingston were in Stanford last wuolc calling on friends r- JOHKIII HOPPEU Is 111 at his homo on East Stain street with the mumps Miss UESBIB SIHIONAUORB is the gust ut Mr and AIM OP Huffman In Danville d Mesa MATTIB NEVIIW has rJttnod- fr in a vomit to hu yn Joe Novius tail family At ltaeaaterS- tItI It JCAIITRIt ajijjn several dysye tnlh hsrmbtr it bIIburr Mitt Mica UIt1V c6fmnu B quite ill t4hulhcMntl on mt pike C KwV tjfcrtt L osiri fKvriAxr and family drove orerln a trt motor car from Frankfort and spent Sunday with Iris brothers MeMr Will SriaA H Severance and famijio RKV AS MoiFirTr of Lebanon who preached nt the Dreiuyttrlan churohSunday wns the gtwst of i rand Mrs W H Hlgglnsdurinc hlslstay I In the city 4 Till Missionary Society df the Prcs byterlan church met with Mrs Jl S Owsley at the College last weekand was led by Mrs J U Paxton In the absence of Mw M Q Saurtcy who is still in Wrtmoro with her daughter Mrs Sanford Logan I I The New Court- House j q r I 1 1 It fit e if1 I I Was begun about JietF rlarclit5tji = 1909 on that day one of f I tthe colored laborers a pair of our f Krome work shoes t at 250 and wore l Ithem constantly on k this job until Aprf 15 r 1910 when hef 1 gladly gavel u his 250 another p air We I I many friends equally as well satisfied with our Krome v Lf I i sit 11- 1 T v ork oes Tr one pair and you will smile v 1Rf1 1kjltJr 1f f ji J go rt t r rjjJ 1 IJO f Cummins Wearen J t LiTANFORD KENTUCKY J t r v aNew Wash Suits orI t 1 A lt I j 1 J l Thcwasll coat suit js o necessity In evetylladyswardrobe they are comfortable clean rind fresh lookingarid take the place of a thin dress maklingthese suits are shrunk before mnking so there is no drawing up Prices S5tolU 1SEVERANCEIJA PHILLIPS went up to Ml Ver on business yesterday It J M FOWLB of New Orleans has been visiting the homefolks at Row and tjbernewto Miss Clara Collier at Crab Orchard MRS M C WILLIAMS of Somerset has been the guest of Miss Motile Brooks and Mrs galley atj Crab Orch ard The Ladies Aid cletyor the Chris tlon church will meet Tuesday after noon at 2clock in tho lecture room MRs JOHN H SHANKS WmIh- i Shanks Mrs Lou Shanks and others ot i the Shanks Owsley bridal party have returned from Cplumbos Ufi W here tuey witn ted the wedding of Mr Thomas H Shanks and Miss Mattie eveningIaboutlafoctphnsotn time in t a s uth onbtyJndaa VIM 8c 6oi MANT that h Pr It r in 1 no in Los A- rII Cal They w trt 1 t onIjQzdMt Denver and severalother points One of the novel tiM already onjoyod was a balloon ride Danville Standard It J DURHAM left this morning for Waynesburg Lincoln county whore ho will install a new Odd Fellows lodge Mr Durham who Is one of the moat proficient Odd Fellows in tho State will go instead of the State Grand Matter who cannot bo present to take charge of the installation TheSomer set lodge will do the work Danville Advocate i r 1 Miss Tfivis SHELBY of Arcadia is the guest of Mr und Mrs WS Law will Mrs J E Farris and Miss Jose phine Keller arrived last evening from Orlando Fla where they have been spending eeveral months Mrs Henry V Evans of KauasClty ta visiting her mother MJ Jn Engleroan Mrs Evans leaves May 1st for Boston and will tail on the 4th for an indefinite stay- n Europe lion W It Ramsey and Wife and MIss Aliee Adams of Denver Polorado wilt arrivenext week for a isit to Danville relatives Mr Ram ley is interested in the subdivision to Corbln and will probably make arrange ments to open it up while in Kentucky i Danville Advocate i I LOCALS I Miss NANNIE SMITH of the Walnut lat section has accepted a position With W W White in the Country tore I Punts Plymouth Rock1 eggs0 1 for NunnelleyTurnersvllle DONT worry about the destruction of the frost There will bo a new supply of garden seed on torifghts express for the Country Store FOR SALE FoV nice BulT Orping ton cockerels Also cggq forhatching Mrs W J Holtzclaw Stanford R P D No1 OLD papers for sale all nice and clean suitable for shelves etc 25 for So This office NEW druggelSanl mattldgs jllst reo celved W A Tribble it LosTBenchJcgged ficO white with brindle spots and wearing a collar Roc ward fqr return to J L Beazley Stanford 142 W baka every ilay e6 you calf rely on always getting fresh bread and pastry when you pricf from us JDHorton i iv t a SEED earn and sprghnm seed at theI Country Store j AUCTIONEER II M JOHNSON has renewed I his license for another year and will cry sales all over this section 4 I i LOST pair riose glusei6n DAn- vlllo pike Reward for return i to this office 172 Seats for the Graded School Operat tasFrlday nlghUwill be on aalat Shu gars G Tanners I t oC B LtcitORN eggs for sale Best laying strain Write or phone MM R L BerryHustonvillelKy 710 Second hand Bell City separator for salq at a bargain W 0 Walker tf tf rtSOME new things In souvenir post UtlortbnYvt AfIlood secondhand buggies for Sala at See Us hoick Pellet Bros t- faa0li f THE infant daughter of Mn abJ Mrs Edward Bailey of the Halls Gap sec toti fttfO h tt week hV h11f lived four days 1 Howfs Thisr i I We tttrt One Ituadml DoM n Reward for any due ot nturb tbt annot be cured br Hairs CatrrH txrg FJ CHBNEYACOiTOlfdoa Cheneyforbrable w all builncM irannrttoni and BntacUUr ableto etrrr out any obilntlon made by ha atm WALDIXa KlXNAM A MlHTIW- Wbolnale UmetUln Toledo 0HiUi OUrih Cure U taken lttrotllr action dimtlir upon the blood and taucout nirftcc ol the prrbollltTake liar Family 1ffii tar tOMtlpstlon JIM HOCKGR ths Stanfordnegro just paroled from state prison got home last week Heij lookingwell nnd will go to work on Senator R L Hubbles farm 1 Ml Vernon rr t renderedyintered Monday in the case of John JJ Jones trustee vs Big Hill Gloat Co for 50 000 embracing 63 differenf tracts of ipnd e sale of his lf nd will take place In Mi Vernon May 17 I Satpfday ton whose trial cqmm nqed there yesterday htrIJ Carrie Shelton and Mrs Harlan who was formerly Miss Ada Shelton were guests of Mr and Mrs Charles C DavisS Davis was here Sonday visiting his father W A B Davis He has sold his store aE Buena Vista and is looking for another locationr Barn Lumber For Sale 120000 feet of Boxing Sheeting and1 Frame Lumber for Barn Pat terns which I will sell for cash or trade for Corn Hny or good Horses and Mules Prices on this very tea sonable for I want to sell Write me at once Respectfully CJSippt London Ky =J200000 Feet of Lumber u At The Right Prices II have20000 feet lumber Suitable for tobacco barns qnd outer building purposes at nable prices Call on me or write me for wqntIWALKER OWENS i KyChipping I We Dont i indThe- Owner t Watching us while we are doing a job of plumbing for him We do honest work ilthe time and it makes no difference who looks on j or who doesnt We slinll be glad to figure on your next job If we get it you and we Will both be pleased I t n a I 1 We K WARNER I STANFORD KFNTUCKY PRETTY THttTGOODS FORfTHE DRESS UP DRESS T f f y jfl orah foulards t 5 OA pretty fabric so much like the silk that when made up you cant hardly tell the difference 25c yard JV BEtMAfc POPLIN ii Jf c A Comes in all the new Spring shades looks like silk washes well srifl costs less Only 25c yd kaititti MONOTONE SILK ANDGANTdN SILKt lY fV- i These part silk fabrics are for style arid beauty unsurpassed yiaii suitable for this seasons style of dress 50c yd II have Bring Your Produce To Us We have openeda produce house on Som end Ilred and will pay the highest market price for ill kindof country produce Bring Ul your tuff MiOi BASTINot Cb- Stanfordi Ky crop Dont your come wide woven visit I I 1 I i I I l 1 J t II t just i Jn air newest i 1104 PrpiS DANVILLE Large spookl bwk- month a former should I I i tLACKSAUTHINGl t I Bring your BlnckimilhlnK and gtwna repiilr work me Hone nfioelii 4WcI q oppotfl1hllilpaJAMKH DRAOKJSTr Stanford Ky I S j Two Sacks t of Flour I there may seem no difference cept name But if thsim is Baughnans 1 Fancy Patent flour there is a big difference TIt ing you about the superiority of Baughmans No Fancy patent flour doesnt prove it But if rod will try n sack today youll bave superiorexcetlence pastry you bake It suits others It i1Ijt l11n You Realize That the visible supply of cotton is now 2500000 bales and on this all the mills of the world have to run for months to come It is simply matter of nature not supplying a sufficient for the needs our growing population you think you should take advantage of the opportunity to cover needs for some weeks to on HOOSIER SHEETING yard unbleached iuslinwhieh is from full round threads and is free from all foreign sub stances and will grow wluter with ach to the tuYn the price we are offering this wkonly 7c Deryara r t J z j iI W E PER DNStI CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY I S 1IJFi T T IL B Hughes T W Humble W O Martin I I NOVELTIES I we or have received the latI1thafthef 11 Iestand con furnish in the way 1setsI 111 nIc4a I HUGHES MARTIN GO Dry Goods Notions Sho- SrANFORDENTUCKY4 L CLEMENS HOTEL KENTUCKY attocIde rooms Oommeretal rpeeiaItyt ratesvelerr Un- membberul whenstoppingein lewD Between the one of No 1 111i a of t t 1M P I j 111 I I 71 1 1111 t Jj5 I ht i i II II i 1 t Pt Tf3 I t J f J L lit i t t a tlO re bl a 1 to 1 rI s ac 4 a a N TINE TABLB iiIoo iNolrAtipfni oA N Norrgarthpp xy e- I NO ir 10 oW NoM40 p M t JOS 8 RICE Agent MC 111 I rAGE FOUR THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD XY APRIL 30th iQiO p Hj6 Is The Chance Thatt it to rt Ii tl You Have been Waiting For New TailoredI 1 i Suits at about Half Value Prices Good For Ten Days = J I BEGINNING i TUESDAY APRIL 26TH 1910I We will oifor very remarkable cuts on a big line of newest SIring Tailored suits All size from 32 bust to 45 bust and all colors as well as white and I 1775In very suits from all the new as well as navy black and cream Iy have been 2850 and 2750 now for next ten Ii 975 found about fifty choicest strictly several highest tailoring houses New Some colors serges Prices these Choice 1775 days suits In addition to these we a number of single at various prices which we at reductions as these mentioned fI No suits laid or sent out approval ROBERTSON BRO DANVILLE KENTUCKY c FARMERS DEPARTMENT Registered red Shorthorn bull for R C Engleman 152 A stray whitefaced red ateer came teHoy place about two weeks ago GwJur can get same by paying for keep stijdthi3 ad B D Holtzclaw Stan 1Wi R F D No1 153 Five fresh Jersey cows for sale M so Baughman Stanford tf FIVE good second hand buggies for rile B D Carter Stanford FOR RENT70 acres grass land on J E Lynn place John G Lynn Hus teaville Ky 4t FOR SALEPure Boone white shrew corn 125 per bushel See sample at Lincoln County National and First ttotional Banks Also 15 bushels of Hivatcd hemp seed S J Embry 3rt and John C Pepples Stanford leD BALES of some clover r Sale Mrs F B Barnett Huston vibe Ky FOR SALEChoice Polled Durham vui Shorthorn bulls ready for Afea some fresh Jersey cows and heif ers A W Carpenter Moreland Ky IJfeeae No9 Junction City Jaaaea Cash and Nevin Carter will Mud a splendid mule jack at Nevin Carters place near Turnersville at 8 tefaeure a living jolt 152 SSdi the great Percheron wfeScb Waler has had standing Snirfv will vbe in Mt Vernon for the meit two weeks After that he will be Sn the stud here Yellow mare came to my place April Jet1 Owner can get her by paying for e ftkis notice and her keep Phil kMipson Preachersville Ky 2t BI tote ofthe largest deals made in fi Kentucky recently was consumma t fttnHen Fox OOaniel Co of Leb jeov sold to B Sterns Sons of New I TfterJc GOO head of cattle which have t ale ped at the distillery of Mueller Tallin Kobert since last November Ik tattle will be shipped to New York ito two special trains the first of which viki ieave Lebanon next Thursday TheI sege weight of the cattle was 1200 labs pVirm R a11 I tiUinechkkeol lOl ud filtyyeari and lltaubct1lmJ only this lot will of our ill of the grade in rk of of county service stallion Walker be In this lot are about 20 very choice plain styles made of ex cellent materials These were specially at 15 lots have suits will offer same aside on A B ale againS tailored cheap pounds and the purchase price was 7 per hundred All the were pur chased in Marion and Washington hut fall at 4 to4e The same firm also sold to Loui8VlIIe buyer quite a num ber of head and the two deals aggregate close to 150000 YStock Repays Dare ten good hard cash Keep iiimThis wonder working medicated and intestines In perfect condition so that every particle of food is dl A 10pound package for 75 cents CoQtrtUnd I rlfv tm fof cjtfo ry Pence Bros Stanford Ky See us for cultivators wagons buggies and all kinds of- Farming machinery SAVE YOUR FOWLS I u s Isrecogalzedasthestandanipoultqofswtth absolute certainty to cure and prcrent Gapes Cholera AnMrnerlr Diarrhoea and all eJ1lnwtorma of poultry dlsease A few drops la the drinking water keeps towls aad otmedlotneJorMd Ir Iftnurbon Poultry Curer w W tMirSow been I aedaetoryremedyabtetevu t I by cattle especsally HogsIn butlittle SalaVetdoes I 11tBourbon Remedy Co Incorporated orIK V A i MJoIt Leading Druealata COoper Bottle TrltVll rJIFor Salef by SHUQARS TANNER Stanford Ky w gtncO r Skin Diseases Readily Cured By a Simple Home Remedy 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 remedYl stock and wants his customers that it is recommended for Eczema Blackheads 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 your own case and be cured in your own home without any inconvenience or loss of time from business by this clean simple prepara tion COMMISSIONERS SALE BY an order of the judge of the 13th judicial district in the case of H E Ross plaintiff vs B H Nash and oth ers defendants I will on Thursday April 28 1910 at about 2 oclock P H on the farm of H E Rosa near South Fork Trestle in Lincoln county Ky sell at public outcry to the highest bid der the following personal property Two gray mules one bay mart seven brood sows one male hog one cow and calf 18 or 20 goats two farm wa tons several plows lot of harrow teeth lot of bacon two horses one wagon one stove lot of tubs hay and corn This property will be sold on a credit of three months Purchaser will bo required to execute bond for the price payable to me with approved security bearing interest from day of sale and further secured by a lien Bonds must be executed on day of sale and before property is removed H R SAUFLEY Master Comr and Receiver L C C MASONS MEET a wtllmeet1nthird Monday nlghti of each month at T30 tanfordt rnnlly nyltodto be IjrelontTW Pen nlnxton Beo Be D CARTER NewLivdrv Depot Street Phono e6 STANFORD KENTUCKY i Harry Jacobs Dealer in and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monu ments wnIKlnnryKy J f I A W CURD AUCTIONEER Burgin KentucKy lama graduatcot JoneV National Bchool exstookthoroughbreds hluh as In Afro In faohdaymilboIforemate tnleitoyour advantage 1HoNK 5511 IJ C McCIary Undertaker and Embalmor STANFORD KY O flM Pbone1CL Horn Phone I InIUrl TobaccoandlToblccoISlrnl Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wear n The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Raildenco Phone J9 Offlce M Insure with me and be fully protected TO THE FARMERS wlllcontlnueto handle YerUII era Inthe Jumbo and ifoKluney sections and ask tny tiltIDOHIPPLE London Ky Spring Summer Stock Qaraydnr measure taken by a tailor of ex perlenoo Then your clothe whetherB low price business suit or the finest evening clothes will have that IndlTlduallty and fit which plainly indicate they were made to yonrnitta ura 1 will also take your mealore for extra trousers fancy vests HpringAnS73ummesamples H O RUPiBtf TbeTa1forRtauford1C If IiI When Hiiiniifyi7 iI GOTO Oarsoni llvitnurant Lancaster street Stanford K Meals crvwlnt all hours up to 1130 p x teat place In wiifor a good ijaluk meal Oookng to suit our cuitomcrsouf Kpeclalty Splendid new line of fancy Oroccrle Hal OolToe SnndwlclleJ pfee Butter ujlk and tweot milk etc Bt all time W A CARSON Prop You will t ttthoOROSSETI shoe store ISam Robinson Stanford ky M I 4- t Polled stand my hull my Soruerjot pike whop cow wlthcnU parte from IIEET her with the springy Istep that shows your t 11ness CrossettShoeMAKES EASYITRAOC J This new Crossett style is snappy model in the new shade Boston Gray Just shoe to go with your gray spring suit Made with nar row high toe over our newaMarathon last Other styles give you a wide range of choice 4 4 to 6 everywhere Lewis Crouett Inc Makes NORTH ABINCTON MASS Looking Atjtfarness r 1 ns nn isnt It better to buy the kind you know all about I thnn to purchase it because the sounds cheap Buy your here where you can see it hnrnessIit test it Remember also right here where you can get at us If the harness doesnt prove just as represented Think that over C McCLARY Stanford Ky H c r c FOR 1IWScrccnWfrc Flower Vases and Jardinieres call on me to y before you buy l LL SANDERSit Crab Orchard Kentucky I 1 Ifyou have anything to cllIlath- eSTOCK Take NunncIIcys New Stok Yards Ho biiv and set every day in year except Sunday Bring on your stock Brat market in the Stat with plenty of red and water best ooverQtl pens outride of Louisville or Lexington t STANFORD KY Wo also do a general hitch and feed business w L MOARTYPrea EO WALTON VPrcs L JIUG RESS T a Stanford Estate Co ti 1 Stanford KentucKy C fFarms and Town Property Handled on CommissiontStooks and Bonds Sold If you Have Property to toll or Rent Notify Us Write for Circular to vl L R HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky I Angus Bull 01 will thoroughbred Polled Anger nt place on alm Money due known to bo pr 0 WJLOVKL- IBtasfoJ Ky 0 a the Crossett A investment pricer J f LINE to s ll It Real Amusement and Enter EveningThl 1 olindcllllhtl i night Only and loo Kmr GHKENBOIUJ JHOP Rtnrord K NOTICEI 1 ofMrsnelle owInK Immediately PRUITTAdmtulstratotMra t