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NCCM n pt F =O lacy a+ rr4 trd w T r f t J 4iP r THE INTEmOR jOURNAL 1 VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 3 1910 NO 10 I JUDGE BELL MEETS FEARFUL FATE IN SEATTLE FORMER CIRCUIT JURIST IS i KILLED IN STREET CAR ACCIDENT IN WEST Mrs Bells Skull Crushed And FcarsThat She May Die Are 4 EntertainedDetails Of Dreadful Affair a Newt received hero Sunday morning of tho fearful death of Judge William Conner Dell at Seattle occasioned much sorrow and general regret A dispatch I from Seattle to Monday mornings pa pars gave the details as follows Seattle Wash May lJudge W C Doll of Harrodsburg was instantlV killed and Mrs Bell and 10 other per sons were Injured at 10 oclock last night in a trolley wreck near Matheson Station Orehord Death The accident was caused by a runaway car heavily laden colliding with tho trolley car Judge and Mrs Bell in company with Mr and Mrs Ralph Goddard for merly of Harrodiburg but now living Sort istered when therrrcck occurred Judge t Bell lived only a few minutes after the city hospital was reached whero he was taken after being dug from beneath the wreckage Mrs nell is in a criticalcondition Her skull was badly crushed and little hope for her recovery I Is entertained Traction officials lay the blame for the accident on u broken coupling pin A dispatch from Uarrodiburg says Judge Bell was 45 years old and was ono of tho mOlt prominent Democratic lawyers In this section Ho retired from the circuit bench of this district last January and was a prospective candi date for Attorney General He and his wife loft here a tow days ago Cora trip through the Northwest intending to return via California and Mexico The community wan greatly shocked b- ytluadnewi The Elks V lodge of Dan villc of which ho was a member has wired the Seattle lodge to furnish all aldinccewsry to the Injured widow and tobane a member of the order accom pany the body Education Boards l Get t Much Authority In Court Of l Appeals Decision ia writing ita opinion in deciding the case of the Logan county fiscal court against U e board of education of Lo gaaacounty the Court of Appeals holds v that en request of the board of educa tier it Is the duty of the fiscal court to levy property and capitalization tax if the request is within statutory limit the fiscal court has no discretion It Is- not necessary that tho board set out- I specific purposes to which it intends to apply funds The expenditure is en with tho board Whether or not tho members of the board would be personally liable for an unauthorized disposition of the funds is not deter mined by the court Edwards In Saddle 1 At llth District Republican Com mittee Meeting The friends of Congressman D C I Edward won a complete victory iri theA 11th Congressional republican committee at Corbin Saturday Four teen of tho members present voted for a primary election in tho district on Sept 15 as desired by Edwards and four voted for a on the first c Calebawards for the Congressional nomination A committee was appointed to pro pare a set of rules under the pri mary is to bo conducted this committee to report to the Congressional committee by Aug 27 Tho committee of three all ardent Edwards supporters is composed of J G dleeboro Judge R C Tartar Somer set and Johnson Perry county For Ambitious Youngsters x Tuition paid in Higji School for pu pils who pass the examination for graduation in common school branches examination will be held May 13 14 i tho chapel pf the Graded School build Jng G Singleton Superintendent Every family and especially those who reside in the country should be provided at nil times with n bottle of f Chamberlains Liniment There is no n telling when it may be wanted In caso of an accident or emergency It is most excellent in all cases of rheuma tism sprains and bruises Sold by G L Penny Overdose Of Medicine Taken By Mrs Lou Shanks And Friends Were Alarmed For A While Friends of Mrs Lou Shanks wero greatly alarmed on Sunday when she found that she had become confused in taking two medicines and had taken an excessive dose of one She became qulto ill but Dr Brown who was hur riedly summoned soon relieved her and she is entirely out of danger now No Trace of Body Of A T Warren Can Be Found Brother To Go To Scene Walter W Warren will leave this week for Drownood Texas to look after the effects and estate of his brother A T Warren who was blown to death in the premature explosion of dynamite in a railroad cut when he was In charge of the construction crew No trace of Mr Warrens body has ever been found and it is the universal opinion that he was blown to fragments too minute and too widely scattered to be recoveredMr of this place has been In constant correspondence with the officials who investigated the disaster and have been searching for his broth ers body They are convinced that it will bo impossible to ever discover any trace of the illfated mans bodyandnotified Mr Warren to come and take charge of his brothers affairs Green River Camp Meeting To Be Held At Jumbo Aug 20 To Sept 5 1910 Revs Charlie D Tillman ofAtlanta Ga and L B Bridges of Wllmore Ky will do the preaching and singing Rev Tillman is of national reputation as a singer and Rev Bridges is a fine singer also They will give the gospel in song as no other evangelists do to our knowledge Bro Holmes the blind pianist ef Cincinnati 0 will be with us and give us tho sweetest music you ever heard on the instrument he has mastered So we are gladto announce to all who are interested in our camp meeting that wo have secured the best helpers that is possible to obtain and wish to urge members to build you a cottage on the camp grounds and prepare to be with us We are planning by the grace of God to have the best camp meeting that we ever had Respectfully Clarence Sipple Sec- London Ky How About THIS Farmers solve the fence problem by using The Drown made high carbon doubly galvanized coiled Iprlng proofStaystylestostays tight Hog proof original coat is no more than other fence lasts Poultryfenco gatesI and annoyance occasioned by the use of fence made of inferior grade of wire Investigate and you will buy the Drown the fence that excels II C CARPENTER Agent Prohibition Convention Executive Committeeman Adam W Carpenter announces that the prohibi tion party will hold aconventlon in Lou Isvillo on May 5th for tho purpose of nominating candidates for Congress in each district of the State Stanley Milwart Out Stanley Milward republican of Lex has tendered his resignation to Gov Willson as member of the State board of control of charitable institu tions to take effect May 1 which was accepted Gov Willson immediately appointed as his successor Dr T W superIntendent the Insane at Hopkinsvillc James I White has returned from Arizona and says that it is the only country He left his family there and expects to return to tho West this fall T J Nicely and Deputy G S Griffin took Jim Jones and Mulligan to sentencnfor stealing Signal Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will clear tho sour stomach sweeten tbo breath nnd create a healthy appetite They promote tho flow of gastric juice thereby inducing good di gestion Sold by G L Penny Danville Virginia voted wetlby a majority of 1Q votes in a total of 1154 votes cast CRAB ORCHARDTO BIG MILL Indiana Capitalist Buys 12 Acre Tract and Will Finance Big Enterprise There T F Vohn a prominent capitalist of Clinton Indiana has purchased 12 acres of land near the depot at Crab Orchard from the Durch heirs and Buchanans and will shortly begin the erection of n largo flour mill there It is planned to make It of 100 barrels per day capacity and endeavor to handle all of the wheat nnd cereal products in that section of Lincoln and the sur rounding counties The sum of 1200 was paid for the tract of land secured tho deed being filed in the office of tho county clerk here It is understood that Mr Vohn in tends to cut up into town lots the por tion jof the property secured whichwill not be necessary for the mill The peo pie of the thriving little city are great ly Interested in the now enterprise and say that It Is coming now by leaps and bounds Crowded Honse Sees Two Clever Operettas By Stanford School Children So many people wanted to see the two operettas given by the children of the Stanford Graded School last Friday night that many could not find seats in the opera house and had to be turned away The two plays wore entitled Tho Whole Year Hound and Peppery Pa and both were attractively staged and capably rendered The first was a beautiful musical fantasy with pretty scenic effects and sweet songs and n number of the young performers showed unusual talent All were excellently drilled in their parts and their teachers were highly commended for their work The Peppery PalO was a screaming farce comedy with musical features Especial mention must be made of the good work of Morrison and Thomas Bright Lester OBannon and Miss Win nie Davis Bibb who carried out their parts in splendid histrionic style tho they were well supported by all in the cast and appropriate costumes were employed j Narrow Escape G E Lutes Thrown Out of Buckboard Into Green River G E Lutes the wellknown cattle trader had a very narrow escape from drowning while crossing Green river in a buckboard near Roys Mill in the southern end of the county last week The river had been high on account of the heavy spring rains and all the usu al fords were nearly impassable Mr Lutes was in the vehicle with Bob Mur phy They were picking their way slowly across the ford near the mill when ono wheel shot down into a hole which had been washed out by the hea vy current and Mr Lutes was thrown out of the vehicle The current was very swift and for a it tat he would be washed down stream but Mr Murphy managed to catch hold of him and helped him to safety Fine Old Booze Will Be Shipped Out of Lincoln County To Far West Some of the finest whisky ever made in old Kentucky will be shipped this week to the far weat going frpm th celebrated Edgewood Distillery of Henry Traylor In this county to Simon Lead of Bellingham Wash Mr Leod owns practically all of the 1902 output of this Edgewood brand and has order ed it drawn out of bond and shipped to him Ho has from 143 to 148 barrels of it and it is said to run in proof from 112 to 119 New Postmasters Simeon L Cummins has been ap pointed postmaster at Quail Rockcas tie county Thomas C Jackson was confirmed by the Senate as postmaster i at Lebanon Wholesale Grocery At Junction City JAS D SHELBY and Ed D Sweeney two jolly drummers will open a whole sale grpcery atJunction City soon Doth of the gentlemen live at that place an grititI Twenty thousand Alabama coal min centr SPLENDID SUCCESS AT CRAB ORCHARD Was Presentation ofAmateur Play Interesting News Letter From Little City CRAB ORCHARD May 2 The play The Time of My Life which was presented by the young la dies and gentlemen of our town on Fri day evening is worthy of special com ment It would be difficult to deter mine who did his or her part best in fact if justice is given each we can only say all were equal to the charac ter represented by each To our mind the most striking attractive and charm Ing feature of the play was the exceeding beauty of tho young ladies and the handsome young men In the closing scene when all were on the stage together It looked like a rainbow of beauty Notwithstanding the Inclement wea ther tho house was filled to standing room Many visitors from adjoining towns were present The cast of characters was of Cra Orchard talent with the exception o Miss Lalla Nuchols who so graciously gave her assistance being a guest o Miss Clara Collier at the time In Miss Colliers character in the play as Mrs Bob Gray she displayed herself a pleas ing hostess regardless of the many domestic difficulties and the footlights only added to her dark style of beauty Miss Annie Bronaugh as Mrs Wy combe filled her part admirably and never looked handsomer In fact three prettier young ladles would be hard to find The male characters deserve eulogies as weUM M Perkins as PC ter Wycombo was a prince of pessimists and a whole show in himself R H Bronaugh Jr deserves special com ment as being tho heaviest in the cast and he displayed more than ordinary talent in the role of Tom Carter Thos Moore as colored butler could not be beaten I M Dillion as a man of pep pery disposition did well and made quite a handsome middleaged gentleman I Wilson Napier as Bob Gray and Lucien Dunn as policeman did justice to their parts and Lucien looked quite his part in police attire Mrs J F Holdam has cause to feel proud of her work us instructress The music whit was rendered by the local jrchestraHJh Mrs Robt Thompson verypleasingTho Christian Endeaver which has been organized for only a few months is doing fine work a real heart service Much interest is being manifested There is an old adage that a little hu mor now and then is relished by the best of men and it may not be out of order to repeat a little humorous inci dent which came to our ears last Sun day evening A little tot of three sum mers inquired of his auntie as she was leaving home where she was going She repliedITo the Christian Endea vor lie at once expreased a desire to go with her When told by his moth er be could not because ho would go to sleep and auntie could not carry him home He began to weep and would not bo comforted with all his mothers persuasions She thought to ask him where his auntie was going and he an swered Shes going to the devil and I want to go with her Tho Christian church has called for its pastor for the remainder of the year Rev Donahoo a student at Lexington perhaps to preach two Sabbaths during the month The ladies of the Christian Aid Socie ty planned to have an auction of some of their handiwork last Saturday even ing but were prevented We are glad to note an improvement in tho condition of Mr Francis Edmis illeWe think we voice the sentiment o our community when we extend a hear ty welcome to Mr Cummins and faml ly who have recently become citizens of our town Geo D Harris has returned from a business trip to Bowling Green We regret to learn that tho firm of Edmiston Holmes dry goods mer chants who have been here a long time are closing out their business We hope they may find it to their Interes- to remain among us The snowball which has been thrown into the lap of spring has caused much damage to fruit and vegetables How ever we trust there is enough spared to supply the demand without advanc ing prices Tho splendid work of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets is daily coming to light No such grand rem dy for liver and bowel troubles was ev rorIbiliousness jaundice and indigestion Sold by G L Penny CofederateatI Savannah Ga CRAB ORCHARD CHURCH WILL RECOVER 1050 If Senate Passes Claims BillSev eral Plums For Others In This Section The Baptist church of Crab Orchard is about to recover the neat sum of 1 050 from the Federal government as an old war claim for this claim has been allowed by the Senate Committee and the claims bill is now before the Sen ate for passage A number of other churches and Individuals in this part of the state are benefited In this bill and will pick up neat sums if the bills get throughwhich it seems they are sure to do There are several Garrard coun ty parties interested Among the ben eficiaries of the bill besides the Crab 0 chard church are Mrs Richard M Robinson Garrard county 227 M E church South of Bryantaville 410 Christian church of Danville 725 First Baptist church Danville 700 First Presbyterian church Danville 010 M E church Presbyterianf 675f burg 11100 M E church South Har rodsburg 760 Jessamine Female In stitute NIcholasvIlle 725 Christian church Nicholasville 910 town of Nicholasville 300 Sulphur Well Christian church Jessamine county 300 EWing Institute Perryville 270 M E church South of Perryville 425 to the session of Presbyterian church Perryville 325 Baptist church Som eJect 1500 Presbyterian church Som erset 550 Antioch M E church South Stewart Mercer county 240 House Badly Damaged Fire Almost Destroys Home Of Liz Salter On East Main THE house of Lizzie Salter colored on East Main street came very near being reduced to ashes Saturday morn ing The roof was discovered ablaze and the fire alarm was turned in In a few seconds the hose wagon was on the scene but it took some time to make the couplings and from the time of the alarm until two large streams of water were being played upon the flames it was just five minutes The fire laddies fought like Trojans and in less time than it takes to tell it the fire was extinguished Lizzie had 300 In surance on the the house 300 on the furniture and 100 on the barn all in the Glenns Falls Co represented by that hustling firm Fish Pennington No damage was done the barn but the loss on the house exceeds the insurance and that on the furniture equals it She has done much work with needle in or der to hold the property and much sym pathy is felt for in her trouble In go Ing to the fire John A Allen one of Stanfords best fire fighters fell and severely mashed his thumb The ori gin of the fire is a complete mystery Let us call before the fire department and you are safe no matter what hap pens Fish Pennington insurance Raise More Wheat And Not so Much Tobacco Says Commissioner of Agriculture Because the report of the crop condi tion in this state for the month of March showed a decided falling off in the acreage of wheat Commissioner of Agriculture Rankin has decided to begin a campaign to induce the formers of to more wheat purf pose in this campaign which will be one of education He will try to get the farmers to get back to the old sys tem of taking their wheat to tho mill and having it ground for their own use take their shorts and mill feed home and feed it to their stock and sell what is loft and not until they have first supplied their own wants During the next Commissioner Rankin In go Kent some on farm Death of Mr Gaunce IAfter a lingering illness of dropsy S T Gaunco aged 63 died at his home in the county Sunday April 24th and was token to his old home at Carlisle for burial Mr Gaunce leaves a wife five sons and four daughters ono daughter having preceded him to the grave only a few months The sym of the community ice with the family in their bereavement A touch of rheumatism or a twinge of neuralgia whatever the trouble Is Chamberlains Liniment drives awns rpmaplaint quickly First application give relief Sold by G L MAKES ITS SIXTEEN STRAIGHT WINS Stanford Team Again Defeats Lan caster Before Big Crowd Here By 11 to 0 The Stanford High School base ball team won its 16th straight victory here Friday when it defeated the Lancaster High School nine the second time this season The score was almost as one weekforones to 0 for the visitors A big crowd was present The onesidedness of thescore however does not give true indiii gameforsupportbehind tt was as pretty a contest as any one greenpitcher Inningsthe andhisway after that The Champs came to wouldhavethem They ran bases like deers and bit the pill to all parts of the park rlghtanders of the day though every man play dayaterrors but his triple in the fifth with bingleInhim clean was a wild man on the bases and batted like a fiend Both of his hits were two baggers and he worked a free pass in the eighth Mor battlncgettingan average of 750 He was also very sacksEmbry badholesmans unassisted double play In the seventh was very classy John M Waters got under a long fly In the sixth which got the big one and Singleton shortForoldtimersJoseph were in the line up and8tren t ened the team very much showing usuaJohnaround his garden The Lancaster boys Cellows a ball team The score I ji STANFORD EWatersMcCarty lb4 226100SingletonColeman 3b5 22313p5 01 3 11 1 M Brrght2b4 13 32 1 T Bright rf5 10000Hill of5 11 010- Totals42 11 12 2716 7 LANCASTER f ABR HPO A E Miller 14 0 2 10 2 J MRoberts cf4 0 0 2 00l- oox If 4 001 00 t Robinson lb4 0 0 8 00- Lloydrf3 010 00-W 2b4 003 11Joseph 3b 4 Oil 4 4t27r21DoTotals 35 0 7 2414 II Score by innings 123456789T Stanford0 0004124 01- 1Lancaster0 0000000 00Earned runsStanford 4 Stolen Singleton2Coleman Miller Robinson Lloyd Doty Three base hitsColeman Two base hits McCarty 2 Struck outby Embry 9 by Doty 5 base on balls off Embry 1 oil Doty 2 Hit by pitched ball M I Bright Double playColeman unas sisted passed ball Bastin Timo of gameOne hourand 45 min utes UmpireFlorencei 21 New Members Added To Diadem Lodge K of P During Past Month Twentyone new members were add ed to Diadem Lodge No 81of the Knights of Pythias during the past month and the members are very proud of tho showing which they have made The whole lodge is planning to go to Lancaster on May 9th when the dis trict lodge will bo in session having been called by J W Park district dep uty with headuuarters at Ford Prof J W Ireland of this city will make the opening ad dress and a big gather ing of Pythians from the Eighth dis trict is expected For Sale My house and lot on Logan avenue Waltons Opera House horse and run about for sale E C Walton Stanford 9 25 Junction City Ky to Ashe ville N C and return via Queen Crescent Route Tikets sold May 2 to 11 inclusive good returning until May 31 1910 W C Rlneareon G P A Every sufferer from stomach trouble uesebdizziness andebiliousnesbculd get a 50c box of Miona eton lch tab lets today and start a treaties nt Gudaranteed ty G J Penny I PAGE TWO jBE mERI JJN TtWfOnDr NAY 3Ard191 J 1 TilE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872 I j MVBRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At U Per Year In Advance sHELTON SAUFLEY Publisher I Bntercd at the Post Office at Stan ford Ky as Second Class mail r LINCOLN county people will deeply mourn the untimely taking off ot Judge W Con Bell in faroff Seattle as the result of a fearful street car accident Coming here a stranger almost as the result of political mutations he quickly made friends and won a warm place In the hearts of all as a man and as a just judge He bad reti red from the bench but a short time full of honor and coming at this time the hand of death seems to have cut unduly short a bril liant career The tenderest sympathies of our people will go out to the widow who lies herself in grave danger as a result of the accident which killed Judge Bell and many a prayer will ascend on high that the heavy hand of affliction that BOW rests upon her may be lightened all that is His will WILLIAM ADDAMS of Cynthiana who I is one of the king bee democrats in the +t Sixth district end of the state has announced that he is going to be in the raca for the democratic nomination for governor Rogers Gore Ben Johnsons has arrived to open up head 11quarters for his chief at Louisvillewe almost said at the Buckinghamand former Senator McCreary is expected back in Kentucky at an early date and gayrover the state that he get into the run ning too Looks like the games going to begin early and with plenty of en G1 tries but the more the merrier and z ay the best man win 11Louis LANDUAM has secured Charles of Harrodsburg to help him on the Danville Messenger which will soon be out White Is a corking good man but it ia going to take some migh- tyi high class work to make headway against the paper that the Advocate boya are getting out now Thereading public of Danville ought to be kept ful ly informed of everything thats doing with such men in their service THE killing of a prizefighter at San Francisco has brought out strong agi 4tationamong tho preachers against the mill between Jeffries and Johnson scheduled for July 4 and efforts may bs made to have it called off The man killed was knocked out in a fight and as he fell his head struck the floor so hard his skull was fractured NOTE THE BROAD EVEN COLOR which goes on with every stroke f r paintsTheypainting is a pleasure instead of a wearisome task The colors stay on too The paints are made of mater ials that will stand a lot of wear and weather Give them a trial J R ALLEN Stanford Ky Commissioners Sale I Jn Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to a judgment of the Lin coIn Circuit Court rendered at its Feb ruary term 1910 in the case of Lucius i Perkins plaintiff vs W J Edmiston et a I defendants I will on MONDAY MAY 91910ICounty Court day at about 1 oclock P M sell at public outcry totlio high est bidder in front of the Courthouse KentuckyThat situated in thetown of Crab Orchard iu Lin coln county Kentucky and bounded on the north by the Chappells Gap plko on the east by lands of W E Perkins on the south by Elm street on tho west by the lands of Jane Buchanan and containing twelve acres more or Jess The obirfct of this sale is to satisfy a lien debt of the plaintiff for the sum of 3000 with interest thereon at the raw ot cent from January 10th 1003 until paM interest payable an further sum of 85 tho probable cost of this action will be sold on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bonds for tho Purchase price payable to me as Com missioner bearing interest from the day of sale at the rate of six per cent per annum with good and approved personal security and further secured oy a retained on the land H R SAUFLEY MCLCC K S Alcorn Atty c nk ca d Never hesitate about giving Clara berlaina Cough Remedy to children It contains no opium or other narcotics and can be given with implicit confi dence Asa quick cure for coughs and colds to which children are susceptible it is unsurpassed Sold by G L Penny The Mormon I will stand my fine 4yearold jack Mormon at my lot on East Main street He is a splendid individual and his colts are among the tops See ped igree in next issue Will stand at 8to Insure mares in foal Season due when mares are traded or parted with H C Anderson Stanford K- yNOTICE T- OContractors Letting WEDNESDAY MAY 11 1910 Notice is hereby given that Ias Supervisor of turnpike roads for Lin coIn county Ky will until 10 oclock AM Wednesday May 11 1010 receive sealed bids for stone and gravel con tracts on the various sections of turn pikes in said Lincoln county Ky haulingbreaking gravel must be sealed and filed with me on or before 10 oclock A si Tuesday April JiG 1010 at Stanford Ky and no bids will be receivedafter that time Contracts will be let to the lowest and best bidders and contractors will be required to give bond withsurety to be approved by me for the faithful performance of their contracts and for all penalties and damages for failure to so perform their contracts within tho time and under the conditions hereinafter men tioned Stanford Danville pike sec 1 from Stanford to Mrs Mattie Whites 30 rods stone Same sec 2 from Mrs Mattio Whites gate to Boyle county line 30 rods stone Stanford Rush Branch pike sec 1 from Stanford Lancaster pike to Rush Branch 25 rods etone Same sec 2 from Rush Branch to Hubble 20 rods stone Stanford Crab Orchard pike sec 1 from Stanford to Baughmans gate 20 rods stone Same sec 2 from Baughmans gate to Bywaters gate 15 rods stone Stanford at Dix River pike sec 2 TraylorsLaneStanford Lancasterrike sec 1 from Stanford s 25 rods stone Stanford Waynesburg pike sec 1 from Stanford to Ottenheim pike 25 rods stone Same sec 2 from Ottenheim pike to Maywood Co road at foot of Knob 25 rods stone Same sec 3 from Maywood Co road to Carters Store 10 rods stone Stanford Huatonvillo pike sec 1 from Stanford to Cashs store 30 rods stoneSame sec 2 from Cashs store to Hanging Fork creek 30 rods stone Same sec 3from Hanging Fork creek to Jlustonvillc 10 rods stone Huutonville Coneys mill pike sec 1 from HuMonville tu Wm Car sons 20 rods stone Hueionville Danville pike ser 1 from Hustonvillo to Black pike GO rods stone f Same sec 2 from Black pike to Boyle Co line 20 rods stone McKinney Coneys mill pike sec 2 from Old Toll Gate House to Fair place 26 rods of stone Danville Lancaster pike whole road 15 rods stone Lincoln Boyle pike whole road 5 rods stone pikefromand Lancaster pike 5 rods of gravel- A rodofatono or gravel shall consist of 225 cubic feet Hand broken stone and gravel must he on margin of road or section by Sept 15 1910 All gravelmust be spread before Oct 15 1010 All metal is to be measured by the super visor or his assistant who may desig nate when and where it is to be spread All crushed stone must be spread not later than Jan 1 lUll Allstone furnished must be good sound bard limestone or quartz and broken into pieces not to exceed two inches in diameter The gravelmust be flintyTherepresentative may reject any material not of proper size or quality Bidders must say wheth er stone will lx broken by hand or crushedThe supervisor reserves the right to reject any null all bids Blank forms on which bids may be made can be obtained from the county clerk Copies of bonds maybe obtained at the County Clerks offic- eS K DUDDERAR Supervisor Turnpike Roads for Lincoln County Y aur i + saaA ua i i i 4 botible VirPi by Ulrlnr INDIANA SILO I ASk any man who uses one 54 per cent of the food value of corn I contained in the shucks cob leaves and stalk 40 per cent in the gram therefore corn hand in the field loses 51 per valueSLOWhy continue to waste poor stock When the reach of all and fully guar andAlsoments Cutters Practical and loader R E GAINES IItoo ready titan days too late IIWStanford KentuckyI IHarry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monuments Marken and Potts Omttery and Lawn Vases and settees omce and works Sic Kinney Ky PROMPT PAYMENT of all losses is a feature of the fire insurance policies we issue There is no delay in settling the amount of damage and none in handing ov er the cash when the amount has been agreed upon The policy we is sue is a quick asset in case of fire Better have us issue you one tp cover your home and business Fish Penninglop Stanford Ky Phone 200 Put the Cook In a Good Humor by providing her with a sack of Baughmans Fancy Patent No 1 flour Then she will have a chance to show for fair what a fine baker she is With such fine flour as Baughmans Fancy Patent No 1 she knows she cannot make any ex cuse for poor baking Order a sack today and see what lovely bread biscuits cake and pastry will be the resultJ Baughman Co MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge Jto eF A A M will meet In stated communication on each fat and third Monday nights of ench month at 720 oclock In their hall on main streevt Shut ton Ky Members of lister lodge are fraternally Invltoil to bo present T W Pen nlngton see Fruit and Ornamental Trees I Everything for Orchard Lawn and Harden One Strawberry plants CataloguesNo H F Hillenmeyer Sons LKXIXOTOH UIt oif dtoIftip led by cutting and shocking cent by putting in the SILO saved by feeding through the half of your feed and have INDIANA SILO is within the anteed 185 SILO holds feeds 28 cattle six months uptodate ensilage and equip conveyor and corn elevator t Keeping Out The Flies is better than trying to drive them out So get your window and door screens early We ore ready with all sizes fin ishes and designs Come and make your selection now Better be weeks Bring Your Produce To Us We hue opened a produce house on Son ereCtrrdgaadwill pay the highest mulct price for efl load of county produce Bring ui your muff M O BASTIN Ie CO- Sluford Ky BLACKSMITHING 1 lirlng your Blacksmlthlng and general repair work to me Horse shooing Wo oppositelhII11pPJAMES 1JUACKKTT Stanford Ky JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Put nitureMattingsRugg They willexchange Furniture for 111 Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCK Y CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I capfurnlsb the public with the best nl well 01 the freshest or cut flowers plnnti of All kinds bulbs potted non on short notice Alto make a specialty ul wreaths for for funeral purposes In connection with the ntorr I have nil kinds of vegetables on hand ot reasonable prices OHKJBTMANUItKKmiOUHKS ED 11 VI1DAKO lnon- 8tollrl K- yCONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of con orating na flock Work Invementi end In fact wo con make any thing from It house down to u fence Wo cnn servo yon promptly and guarantee flrt class prlceabefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky J Je BELDEN For house carriage And sign pointing deco rntlvo paper bunging olio buggy trimming of oil nch as tops recovered curtains and boots made Htopover Aldrldcea blnck KyPhoneJ IIKMJKN Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to IOU privately my stock of Iro cerlei and II n good bust nose Will Invoice about tfXX Itvnson III health OEO D JIOPIBH Stanford Ky ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE THOSE having claims against the es tate of Geo B Saufley deceased arc notified to present same to the under signed properly proven for payment Those owing will please make set tlement with me at one George LPenny administrator f pl I L r Ladies Low Shoes I R 3 Iii jrc7 E I I rt r Z A re i iiS with plain or tip toes and E to A widths We think we 4have just what you want at 250 to 4 the pair We find io 1 e we bought too many tan low shoes and right now is the time 1 Unmake the price move them they are new goods they arc oxfords and straps the quality is good they are in theiUltra and Walkover makes and are worth S3 and 350 but reduce the stock we put them on sale at 250 f lGot iI i tv r a- i rt At1fGoI C + 0 H J McROBERTS Stanford Kentucky t q- IoOOO OOQ fOO OOO oo D O L Penny R II Coffey E R Coleman m Dr Hess1 Poultry Panacsa m tel ti v 1 Will make hens lay cure themfof disease and keep good thrifty condition m rTlmclncreaso in the number eggs more than ay Pvfor the small expense ol feeding J1 It is toldat Pennys Drug nStore T Ico 1PENNYS DRUG STORE 1 Stanford Kentucky m IWhen YouHave i I PrecI1Ce i TaSell Call H B NorthcottaStanford Ky Phone 153 t THURMAN K TUDOR Manager A CP I LL Ir I ftI I I j it tan MAX 3rd 1910 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY PAGEEBKffi Jl1 4 t SUMMER UNDERWEAR I I Iatlies Sleeve Vests a 1 25c- UuillpCn cLCngth Pants Plain or Trimmed 25c nkle Length pants p 25c Ladies Vests at rf 5c 7410c15c 25c and 50 Ladles Union Suits at 25c 50c and 1 = = = o I NBEDUJS Bobbins and Shuttlee for all sewing machines at Pennys Drug i Store PERSONALS HIM LOUBLLA WHITE visited Lan cuter friends T E CLELAND of Parksville Friday ED AND BOOKER WILKINSON made a flying trip to Liberty Mute TOMMIE FRANCIS of Garrard la the guest of Mrs James F Cum minsMRS JOHN J MCROBERTS had the misfortune to fall a few days since and break a rib MiN beef Yantle MesDAMES W 0 SPEED and Em I MRS It R DENTON of Garrard lathe guest of her daughter Mrs W S Fish She was accompanied by Mrs S D Cochran who made Mrs Fish a brief visit W J ROWANS man was here Friday but says he not know about the ball game till ho got here Ho should keep posted in such matters by reading the I J MR3tJAME3 DENTON of Somerset 4 ppcnt Amanda Goggln Goggln also of Somerset is staying with Miss Gog 1 Kin and attending the Stanford Graded SchoolMR GEO P HIBBETH representing the Indiana Silo was with local agent R E Gaines who sold 20 old silos in this county last year Ilia prospects are flattering for breaking this year MRS HENRY EALLEE Is up from Lebanon She tells us that her little sis ter Bessie who his been so ill Is on the road to recovery Her mother Mrs J H continues In two UMT an4I almostconvalescent MRS L R HUGHES is suffering from a severe attack of indigestion CHARLES PERKINS of Garrard spent Sunday with bis sister Mrs J C Eu banks Mn W 0 EASON ofLancaater was over Sunday to see his sister Mrs Bo bon Campbell MRS JAB A DEAZLEY of Lances ter was the guest of fore W W Hays Miss SUSIE THOMPSON of Mt Ver non is with her sister Mrs Logan R HughesJUDGE GEORGE M DAVIBON who is at the home of his sister Mrs J C Florence continues quite sick Missal BESSIE AND SADIE BAUGH MAN of Uustonville are guests of Miss Elizabeth Baughman THE Ldles Aid Society of the Chris tian church will meet in the lecture room Tuesday afternoon at 2 oclock Miss ANNA HOLTZCLAW a teacher in the Graded School spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents at Gilberts CreekREV R U MAIIONY is considering a One offer to take up the insurance business at Tacoma Washington The place carries a handsome salary and ex pense account MR J Ft NEIOHUORS and wife of Louisville passed through to Lances ter Saturday to her parents Mrs Neighbors Is a sister of Mrs K Warner this place MR J S WIIEATLY of Jacksonville Fla has been a plecsant visitor at Beacon Hill the home of lion M F North In tne West End MISS LICCIE BEAZLEYis at home from Hlndmsn where the mission school with which she was connected burned She is with Mrs J Nevin Carter MR AND MRS C S NIELD of Lou Isville and Wilton announce the en of their charming daughter Miss Willis Cecil Nield to Dr Bcnia mln W Bayless of Anchorage wedding will take plate in leafy June u u I III II Any Good Judge of Merchandise is Welcome to this Store at any Time and all Times to Compare our Goods and Prices with Other Store Prices For the More you Compose the Surer You are to Return and make your Purchases here Put this Statement to an actual test for your own in terest n Jos HOPPER is convalescent from aJ severe spell of mumps MRS J W ROUT is the guest of Mrs Jane Ballew In Garrard Miss MARY MOORE RANEY several days with Lexington relativesJ- UDGE J ALCORN went to Wii on legal business Miss MATTIE PAXTON is out again after several months very serious ill nose J S HOCKER is in the moun representing the Cumberland Land Co- Miss FRANCES ADAMS spent with her sister Mrs Rodman Keenon in MRS NANNIE WEAREN of Lexington I is the guest of her son Mr W II Wearen and family HARRY EICHENDERGER returned toi Cincinnati Sunday after spending a week with his parents Mr and Mrs Fred Eichenberger Ho has a good po sition with tho Morgan Printing Co WILDER GOODE of Stanford was in Danville yesterday He was formerly engaged in business here and at June tion City For the 18 months he has been keeping the hooks for the Sterna Lumber Co but resigned that position a few weeks ago and has Jiwt returned fram a prospecting trip in Oklahoma Dr 0 and 61 us Edna Camnltz of Hustonville havoro turned home after a visit to Mr and Mrs Walter Vanarsdall on Lexington pike Advocate U D C Meeting Warren Grigsby Chapter Untted Daughters of the Confederacy met with Mrs John Sam Owsley at her apartments at the College last week in regular monthly meeting and a delightful program was rendered Selec tions were read from the Confederate Veteran and papers by several of the members The next meeting will be held with Mrs John B Foster Among those who were guests of Mrs Owsley were Mrs Steele Bailey Mrs Jno B Foster Mrs W H Higgins Mrs W A Tribble Mrs J N Saunders Miss Kate Alcorn and Mrs J W Alcorn LOCALS LAWN swings and hammocks W A Tribble A FEW seed potatoes left at tha Country Store E C WALTON sold his lot on Whitley avenue to J C Florence for 230 WE have anew corn planter that we will sell cheap rather than to carry over Pence pros FOUND a classpin with letters F S C Owner can get same by paying forbad t a d C B LEGHORN Jir8 for sate Best laying strain Write oV hone Mrs R L Berry Hustonville Ky 710 h TilE protracted meeting at the Methodist church will begin Thursday Rev E 0 Hobbs will assist Pastor J J Dickey WE nre constantly replenishing our stock of Queen Quality and Oxfords Call and see some of the latest Cum- mins Wearen You will take no chances if you buy Hart SchafTner Marx cldthes of Cummins Wearen They are guar ajtecd every thread wool BOARDS for sale about 30000 to 35 000 fine 2 foot boards Also want to make contract for tobacco sticks Oscar Hertel R F D1 Crab Orchard2t PRESIDENT R I CnossFIELD of Transylvania University will be hero next Sunday and preach at tho Chris tian church speaking in the tho University which is theofficial school of this r SEED corn and sorghum seed at the Country Store A NEW lawn fence at W H Higgin at a bargain Second hand Bellpseparator Cor sale at a bargain W 0Waker tf SEVERAL fine harness horses for sale highly bred Box 17 Stanford Ky 1 PURE Plymouth Rock setting of 16 Mrs A R SEVERAL good hand buggies for sale at bargains See us quick Pence Bros tf OLD forsaleall nice and clean suitable for shelves etc 25 tor Gc This office FOR SALETwo antique sideboards a fine trap and a new typewriter Box 17 Stanford Ky tf WATCH for further notice of our big Spring opening on court day May 9tb in Fridays paper Pence Bros FOR SALEFew nice Buff Orping ton cockerels Also eggs for hatching Mrs W J Holtzclaw Stanford R F D No1A meeting in the interest of the war on tuberculosis was held at the Presbyterian church Sunday night Complete mention will be made next is sueIN speaking of the of Saturday Mr John Bright informed us that the hottest weather in April in 37 years was in 1007 when the mercury went to 94 WE are for Horcourt Com pany tho big Louisville engraving house and can get splendid work done for you at rockbottom prices INTE RIOR JOURNAL THE pupils of the primary depart ment of Graded School will give an open air entertainment at 2 oclock Friday afternoon Ma on the grounds of the College Everybody invited MR JOAn RlGNEY one Caseys oldest and best citizens is dead in tho Joyce section He is survived by his wife Mr Rigney was a relative of Mr J F Rigney of this place MRS J H WHITE of Paint Lick has returned from Nashville where she underwent an operation and had a 38- pound tumor removed Mr White met her here and they are guests of local friends Fire starting in the Norris House eta ble at Lebanon caused a 20000 loss The Lebanon Carriage and Implement Co caught and also burned Bowling Green will vote on the whis ky question June 26ay Barn Lumber For Sale 120000 feet of Boxing Sheeting and Frame Lumber for Barn Patterns which I will sell for cash or trade for Corn Hay or good Horses and Mules Prices on this very rea sonable for I want to sell Write me at once Respectfully- C J SIPPLE London Ky 1Feet of Lumber At The Right Prices I have 200000 feet of lumber suitable for tobacco barns and other building purposes at reasonable prices Call on me or write me for prices and tell me what you want and I can suit Shipping Point Mt Vernon Is A the best of times But it is a hundred times more so if the tubs are out of order or the pipes are stopped up That is a part of the plumbing trade in which we are es pecially expert Send for usif there is anything wrong and well make it right in a a jiffy I W K I KFNTlIlIY il 1LACECURTAINS 111 Thirty Different Patterns in Mission Nottingham and Cobd Jfcfc Curtains 75c to 750 per pair Arabian Mission Nets at lOc 12 tf an415c New Damask Poetaines 2 to 450 New Summer Jlt Ji SEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky atI1PROF KathleenWalters spentFriday Lancfteterebosabugu- gy MissMarguerite spentFriday For Men Only lIamlbufiCSunday talnsII herjgrandparenta denomInationI Nunnelley- Turnersvlllo rmweather 200000 youWALKER OWENSPongo Washday Nuisance- at WARNER Phone88tSTANFORD Poetairres2tn No Clew to Cause of Fire I State Fire Marshal W F Nelkirk was here last week for the purpose of investigating the cause of the fire- Iwhichdeatroyedthe large tobacco barn river He was unable to learn anything which might I afford a clew to the suspicion that the blaze was of incendiary origin for the lot can the etc a better and for dys bowel aim I who and by L SIOO Reward The reader of thb piper will be pleaMfW that there to at katt one dreaded dtoeue Hutala cai art to cure In all lu awn lCatarrh Catarrh tore to the otjt jknown to the medical fraternity 9baab beloc a constitutional dlwaae require aeioAb j tkmal treatment HalVa Caunh Cure bgi0so ternally acting directly the turfaces of the IJIU1D thereby of the dlaeaie and r1 taapbeai itrmcth by buMtnt up the eoalltulka0aentnature la dome lu work Tn pi mil = Jito mush la lu coratlre power that ret it Notes and Accounts Collected tt 1 We collect notes and accounts anywhere in the United States So charges unless we collect Also look after claims of all kindstreferences Correspondence solicited IBank i MAYS COLLECTION AGENCY WOODSON MAY Mgr Somerset KentuckyII isi1 U1 r The Jungle Hat J tl The crown of cleverness the little folks Mothers if you been wanting something in thethat line inexpensive and cute for your children from 2 to 3 years f of age we have solved the prob lem Another shipment of these hats enables us to show you a variety of colors in trimmings the is SOl each Oti0 1 J WE PERKINS IjI I ilCRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY J 4 Th I L E Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin I r I IWe just and newest that the Iest furnish in way upon filth U of belt pins links pinscollnr sets hair nets barrettes and turpans k belts belting T T HUGHES MARTIN COs Dry Goods Notions Shoes brOkolIftrying to prepare than Chamberlains Colic Cholera Diarrhoea diarrhoea entery or complaints It is ply Impossible so says every one bas used It Sold G Peony Sioo atlltiI nut now bkodaaeasne deatahSo1efoundation ing 1eure price 0 1 IINOVELTIES beauty jabots collars LSTANFORD KENTUCKYJ medicine Remedy LN TIMETABLE No l1 North Iire r N No a South 10US A x ttoUNortbe4OA M NoiJ North 6M p x No3710S9AM No3Yf4Or- YJose S RICE Agn ey C HI t r 9fC FOUR THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD JAYMAY W 1910 tItu H Jor u i j REDUCED PRICES t r J ON r t i ai1oredG1otb Suits tlh f and Silk Dressesi Owing to the very unseasonable weather the past two weeks we find ourselves heavily overstocked on Tailored t Cloth Suits and Silk Dresses and have decided toUletem iou RIGHT NOW the time you need them most In order to reduce this surplus stock quickly we now 1offer at special sale unrestricted choice at deeper cuts in 4 than are usually made at the very tag end of a season You will find a complete assortment of sizes in all the very latest styles and colorings including plenty of Bluest and Blacks atthe following great reductions in price y Tailored Cloth Suits II 5990 II X1495 For choice ofasplendid as sortment oi stylish Suits re duced front 15 and 18 Choice of about 40 splen did Suits in the seasons very latest styles reduced from 2250 from 1950 Ii 3100 Shirt Waists in newest styles values up 2 in this sale at 18I5O 1950 II Silk Dresses 11275PonpeeSilk reduced 11 Waists Tailored Ial1d Lingerie special 98c 1475 the of we ever in I Yn aS AGENTS FOR i 20 75000 Baker 2OuO to 4000 ry- it Garford 1000 to 6000 If Interested let us give you a Bell phone 4 Ice Coal iIICIIy fi mMjE 7 For ofcream serge Suits Peau de Cygne lined reduced from 25 s 2850 Choice ofan fill range ofhigh class Tailorec Suits reduced from 2850 J pleatedTaffeta colors reduced from 2250 Skirts We have best assortment Dress Skirts have shown and offer many from WELCH WISEMAN Established Danville Ky I Automobile Supplies And Accessories Elunders F125000EElectrics 1Studebaker demonstration CoDa choice unusually bargains 395 Up CO 1852 Danville When Your Horse Is Harnessed hardlyknow hehasas it should Suppose you get a set now Your horse needs one anyway 1twillKySNow Livery Depot Street Phone oo STANFORD REMUCKY I 1RA1YERis DIPATkMT PIVB food wcond biuid Chokgles jW fo- rsaleB C Career gtaBtQt J H BaugbmanoldliilltEemaro to 225Will county sold to F S Tunic of Garrard 25 cattle at Cc He Bold him a yoke of big cattle at Etc W B Burton of Lancaster ehlp ped to Richmond Va a carload of horses that averaged him 275 He I will dispoao of them at public sale at capitalG hOlts at 9 and six cattle at 4Jc toBob Murphy ifs sold to James Coulter three milk cows at from 535 to 40 The Markets Cincinnati May 2 CattleReceipts C HogeReceiptscrt butchers and shippers 965 to 9 75 common 8 25 to 9 60 Sheep Receipts CC market steady 4 23 to 6 85 Lambs market easy slow 6 to 8 40 Bids For Road Work oo High So Fiscal Court Will I Have ReLetting The fiscal court at its mooting Wed nesday April 29th rejected all for crushed or broken atone to be spread on pikes because nil stono bids were too high or at least the court so be lieved 1 tNew bids will ba opened May 11th and any one desiring to bid must do so by sealed bids on or before 10 oclock a pikesheretofore acceptedItcourt to let the successful bidder have the county rock crushed free of charge on these con tractsAll bids must be sent sealed to S K Duddcrar Supervisor zemaA Germ Disease Can Now Be Cured The medical profession is all agree that Eczema is a germ disease but th thing that has baffled them is to find some remedy that will get to the germ- and destroy them Zemo the clean external treatment has solved this difficulty by drawing the germs to the surface of tho skin and de straying tho germ life that causes the diseases The whole method of treat ment and cure by Zemo is explained in jsehow to euro youreelfat home of Eczema Blackheads Pimples Dandruff and all diseases of tho skin and s alp Call at Pennys Drug Store for the bookie t and learn more about this clean aim pie remedy that is now recognized the standard treatment for all diseases 01 the skin and scalp A W CURD AUCTIONEER Burjjfin Kentucky I ntn a graduateof lone National cboo of Auctioneer OblccRO ami have bail tibblckYerdiOhlcaotwdereeetold Inlot tomi thoroughbred at blah al lid lao tr boreD tales where sno salea were made eaet day Auctioneering li a science and I bavi studied It with ibis id Bee or phono mi before you arrant for your car make sale toyouradvantage IllONEMH J Ce McClary Undertakor and Embalmer STANFORD KY CfflM fbon 4ieT HomtUbonoI Insures Tobacco andj Tobacco arnr Nothing Out Insurancp Jesse DWrenThe Insurance Man STANFORD KY Reitdence Phone 80 Office M Insure with me and be fully protected Spring Summer Stock Uaveyour mcaiure taken by n tailor of ex penance Then your clothes whether n low prIce business suit or the finest evenIng clothes will have that individuality and tit which plnlnly Indicate they were made to your measure I will aha take your men are for extra trousers tnnny veils top coatis and overcoats HprlnRond Humtiift samples on hand readY for your Inl poctton HO ItUPLIEY The Tailor HUnforUKy When Hungry aOTO Carson1 rtotuurnnt Lunoantor Htroet Stanford K Meats lorrcxl nt all hour uo toll OH x llflst plncr In vnjror n good quick mimli Opoklnn toiUlt our custontrr aurl1ivcthlty HpIouUId now line ollanoy Groceries not Vol1o Hanflwibes poj utter inllt nntdWKCt mill otcut all time W A CARSON Prop r I You will fret iiioa- uatthoOROSSBTl shoe store Sam Robinson Stanfonl ky I r II Slaanlrtnral pike dupwhen cowkouwtltu rron- tr S P RIM 7I1 S H ERE MEET her that with the springyI IncssCrossett SiOe IJ MAKES LIFES WALK EASV t Ipllwl This Crossett style a isnappy model in the neW iBoston Gray Just the shoe go with your gray spring suit Made with nar nMarnthonCrossett styles give you wide range of choice to everywhere Lewis A Crowett Inc Maker NORTH ABtNCTON MASS ISAVE YOUR FOWLS 1 tryeon with aoooluto ccruiatf to and protenv 1aapon tltolerntmap rxiiuu of nraltrr dIll cane A few drops in thodrlnklnjf water keepe Iowa nlLb11U111 Irma dlPtl A tm botlkt malt is niton of nwillcloc the treatment ol UlackbeaJ other due e la turkeys t Bourbon Poultry Cure iHAS i NO EQUAL w W Raton ltorlrlenm1 xIII 611yyandituboPaut1 cm used lot Ckol t tad Cpst say by tmI rI 4 situ Bourbon fenltrr I a Mina bstsck Bourbon Remedy Co MainaaioaKy AIAt All Lxdtnfi OruggUli 50oaerBotlia TrliVlalirl J For Sale by SHUdARS and TANNER FOR tI r I 1 t Screen Wire f and JardinieresFlowerVasesjbefore you bu LaL SANDERSIIn Crab Orchard Kentucky 1I I you have anything the sell J1 STOCK llNfiTake Ho buy and Eels every day theL year except Sunday Bring 6u your stock Best market the State with plcntyof eed ami water best peas oiiUula of Louiavillo or Laxington 4H STANFORD KY Wenlao do general hitch and feed W MCAliTYPE WALTON VPref LRHUGIIESSf Stanford Estate Co Stanford Hen uck7 la- Farms crnilon andriJtand Town Properly UnHod Stocks Sold you Have Property to Sell Beat Notify Us Write for Circular L R HUGHES Secretary Kyt Polled Bull 1 Wnlrgt nq tlignmjhbhH vtJlII ti 4 ly iilaoeuu toaihrsVt 03 to tjo he with calf or ports W tOVlL- YItallfo11t new is shade to l a 4 6 cute tree Yvt and stn bin I bf Cm lN as LIa tv s If to in u to Nuhnelleys New StockYards in in covered + i binincM 1 l Real en If or r to I Stanford un Angus my Amusement and Enter tainmen Every Evening f Tin lutttt and IM run of movingpleturoaiut tho Thoatorlum rionieii flollKbUUiHtfliartiil Ainjwpioturo every nlulit Only unit liJ Kim QliKKfimun rune Httlnfnrdiy oJ l NOTICE I- Tliojtfhftvlngclnlnuuviilnatth citato rJMrs ll lloIU 0UccopslTTlll i nilngthnuatatearenutlaartoiottlnwith wiy XdfUlnMnUor Mr B UU HIM it 1 f