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NO. 10 JUDGE BELL Overdose Of Medicine CRAB ORCHARD TO HAVE BIG MILL SPLENDID SUCCESS CRAB ORCHARD CHURCH 050 from tho Federal government as an Friday when It defeated tho III, but Dr. Hrown, who wo hur- Orchard from the Hurch Lancaster heirs nnd dies and gentlemen of our town on Fri old war claim, for this claim has been High School nino tho second time this riedly summoned, soon rehoved her and Uuchanans and will shortly bee In Entcrtaincd-Dctal- ls Of the day evening, is worthy of special com- allowed by the Senate Committee and season. The score was almost as one sho is entirely out of danger now. erection of n large flour mill there. It ment. It would be difficult to deterDreadful Affair. the claims bill Is now before the Hen. ?irc?i.l,i.,t Waf at Lanca!"er last week, is planned to make it of 100 barrels per mine who did his or her part best; in boys totaled up 11 big ate for passage. A number of other ones to 0 day capacity and endeavor to handle fact, If justice is given each, we can for No Trace of Body News received hero Sunday morning churches and Individuals In this part of was present. the visitors. A big crowd Tho all of the wheat and cereal products in only say all wero equal to the charac of the of tho fearful death of Judge William me state are Is hill, nnd doe8 not K'vo tru indithat section of Lincoln and tho sur- ter represented by each. To our mind. will pick up benefited In th cation of ""i! Conner Bell at Seattlo occasioned much character of the game, neat sums if the bills gel Of A. T. Warren Can lie Found rounding countioi. The sum of $1,200 the most striking, attractivoand charm through, which it seems they are sure for until Doty, pitching for Lancaster, Borrow and general regret. A dispatch was paid for the tract of land secured, ing reaturo of tho play was the exceed-- Brother To Co To Scene. '" lhelfif.th, and tne UPP" from Seattlo to Monday morning to do. There are several Garrard counpa-(wobbled considerably, it the died being filed in the oflice of the ing beauty of the young ladies'and the ty parties gavo the details at follows: interested. Amonc thn hn. was as pretty a contest as any one handsome young men. In tho .closing Walter W. Warren will leave this county clerk here eficiaries of the bill besides tho Crab would wish to see. Doty is a green Seattle, Wash . May 1. -- Judge W. C. It is understood that Mr. Vohn in- scene, when all were on tho stage to- O chard church, pitcher, but heha.i the goods and only Hell, of Harrodsburg, was mstantlv week for Brownood, Texas, to look are: gether, it looked like a rainbow of needs work. In the first four innings killed and Mrs. Hell and 10 other per-so- after tho effects and estato of his tends to cut up into town lots the porMrs. Richard M. Robinson. Gnri-nrr- l the local sluggers only touched him for beauty. wcro Injured at 10 o'clock last brother, A. T. Warren, who was blown tion of the property secured, which will two hits, Notwithstanding the inclement wea county, $227; M. E. church, South, of his men Inbut they piled onto him and not be neceary for tho mill. Tho night In a trolley wreck ncur Mathcson to death In tho premature exnloaion of the fifth and it was all one Bryantsville. $410; Christian church, of the thriving little city are great- ther, the house was filled to standing-rooDanville, $725; First Baptist church, way after that. The Champs came to Station, Orchord lieach. The accident dynamito in a railroad cut when he was Many visitors from adjoining themse ves in and it would was caused by a runaway car. heavily in charge of the construction crew. No ly interested In the new enterprise and Danville, $700; First Presbyterian have taken bigthat round to have headed leaguers traco of Mr. Warren's body has ever say that It is coming now by leaps and towns wero present. laden, colliding with tho trolley car. church. Danville, $610; M. E. church, Tftey nn basM like deers and The cast of characters was of Crab m? South, Danville, $320; Judge, and Mrs. Hell, in company been found, and it is the universal bounds. Presbyterian ?.',', ',?. " Part8 "f the park. Orchard talent, with the exception of opinion that he was blown to fragments Theological Seminary, Danville, $1,150; ,! McCty. Morrison Bright with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Goddard, Miss Lalla Nuchols. who so craclouslv and Mike Penny were the star perform-er- s Baptist church, of Harrodsburg, $G75; of Harrodaburg, but now living loo minute nnd too widely scattered to Crowded Honse of the day, though every man gave her assistance, being a guest of be recovered. o First Presbyterian church, Harrodsin this city, were returning to the Harris Coleman had an off day Miss Clara Collier at the time. In Miss burg, 91.100; M. E. Mr. Warren, of this nlace. has been Hotel, where Judge Iloll was church South. Hnr. at third and is charged with three bad Collier's character in tho play as Mrs. rodsburg, $750; Jessamine Female In- errors, but his triple in the fifth with when thevrrcck occurred. Judge In constant correspondence with the of- - Sees Two Clever Onereltas By Bob Gray, she displayed herself nnleas. two men on Stanford School Children. Hell lived only a few minutes after the ncials who investigated tho disaster stitute, Nicholasville, $725; Christian in the eighthbases and his timely bingle Ing hostess, regardless of the many dowiped church, Nicholasville, $910: town of him clean. McCarty the slate against city hospital was reached, where he and have been searching for his broth was a wild man on mestic difficulties, and the Ifootliehts cr'a body. They arc convinced that It the hasps a i r. .. So many people wanted to see the l.i. was taken after being dug from beNicholasville. $300: Sulnhur Well r.hrU. will bo impossible to ever discover any two operettas given by the children of only added to her dark stylo of beauty. tian church. Jessamine county, of his hits were two baggers, and he neath the wreckage. Mm. Hell Is in a $300; reo "."' man's body, and the Stanford Graded School last Friday Miss Annie Bronaugh, as Mrs. Wy Ewmg Institute, Perryville, $270; M. rison Bright Pass in the eighth. Morcritical condition. Her skull was badly trace of the notified Mr. Warren to como and take night that many could not find seats in combe, filled her part admirably and E. church. South, of Perrvville. $42.1? gcttlncr threeled the team in batting, crushed and little hope for her recovery .. hits nnt nf never looked handsomer. In fact, three to the session of Presbyterian church, an average of .730. He was also verv Is entertained. Traction ofllciala la the charge of his brother's affairs. the opera house and had to be turned prettier young ladies would be hard to neet on the bases, pilfering three sacks. away. Tho two plays wore entitled blamo for the accident on a broken I'erryville. $325; Baptist church, t, find. The male characters deserve euverv headV coupling pin. $1,500; Presbyterian church, Som- working PLt.cheda ui 1 Green River Camp Meeting "Tho Whole Year Hound" and "Pen- - logies as well M. M. Perkins as Peter pery Pa," and both were attractively erset. $350; Antioch M. E. church, holes, where a hit meant a run. ColeWycombe, was a princo of pessimists A dispatch from ilarrodsburg says: man s unassisted double play in the staged and capably rendered. The first South, Stewart. Mercer county, $240. seventh was very classy. John M. WaJudge Hell wis 45 years old and was To Be Held At Jumbo Aug. 20 To was a beautiful musical fantasy, with and n whole show in himself; R. H, Bronaugh, Jr., deserves special com ters eat tinrior n Innr ft., ... .l... - ii. oneofthemoit prominent Democratic pretty scenic elTects and sweet songs, Sept. 5, 1910. . which got the "big one" and Singleton ment, as being tho heaviest in the cast, House Badly Damaged. lawyers In this section Ho retired from and ii number of the young performers did some very nice work about short. and he displayed more than ordinary tho circuit bench of this district last ror me visitors, Miller and Bastin carRev. Charlie D. Tillman, of Atlanta. showed unusual talent. All were ex talent in the role of Tom Carter. Thos ried off the batting honors. Two "old January and was a prospective candiGa., and L. U Hridges, of Wilmore. ccllently drilled in their parts and their Moore, as colored butler, could not be Fire Almost Destroys Home Of timers, Ware McRoberts and date for Attorney General He and Ky Arthur highly commended for , will do the preaching and singing teachers were Joseph, were in thelineupandstrength-frie- d Liz Salter On East Main. beaten. I. M. Dillion as a man of pephis wife left hero u fow days ago for a their work. -- i 31A. the tpnm Itev. pery disposition did well and made quite trip through the Northwest, intending as Tillman is of national reputation flashes of their nlrl f- - ' a. ..- - The "Peppery Pa" was a screaming a singer, ami Kev. Bridges Is a fine a handsome middle-acegentleman The house of Lizzie Salter, colored. John McRnhprtR D.itiiJ a. ........ l: to return via California and Mexico farce comedy with musical features singer The community was greatly shocked by in songalso. They will give the gospel Especial mention must bo made of the Wilson Naoier a3 Bob Gray and Lueien on tast Main street, came very near around his garden. The Lancaster bovs as no other evangelists do. to being reduced to ashes Saturday morn nicuii a very gentlemanly set of feltho sad news. The ElkaV lodge of Dan- our knowledge. good work of Morrison and Thomas Uunn as policeman did justice to their Bro. Holmes, the blind parts, and Lueien looked quite his part Ing. The roof was discovered atlaze lows, but hardly class with Stanford as ville, of which he was a member, has Bright, Lester O'Bannonand Miss Wina ball team. pianist, ef and the fire alarm was turned in. In a The score: wired the Seattle lodcn to furnish all us and give Cincinnati, O., will be with nie Davis Bibb, who carried out their in police attire. us the sweetest music you few seconds the hose wagon was on STANFORD. Mrs. J. F. Holdam has cause to feel aid necessary to the injured widow and parts In splendid histrionic style, tho' ever heard on the instrument he has AB R H PO A E to nave a member or the order accom they were well supported by all in the proud of her work as instructress. The the scene, but it took some time to Waters, If. 5 0 0 1 n mastered. So we are glad to announu 0 make the couplings and from the time pany the body. McCarty, lb cast, and appropriate costumes were music, which vm rpmtikrpH fit? thi ln-4 2 2 6 to all who are interested in our camp of the alarm until two large streams Penny, c lprchestra,-k- h Mrs. Robt. Thompson 422 employed. 9 00 meeting that we have secured the best o K o n1 at tho piano as accompanist, was very of water were being played upon the Stncleton. sn helpers that Is possible to obtain, and Education Boards 5 flames it was just five minutes. The Coleman, 3b 2 2 3 pleasing. . Embry, p 50 1 wish to urge members to build you a 3 11 1 Narrow Escape. Tho Christian Endeaver. which has fire laddies fought like Trojans and in m urigm.zD 4 321 cottage on the camp grounds and prebeen organized for only a few months, less time than it takes to tell it the fire T,,Bri1ht' rf 5 Get Much Authority In Court Of pare to bo with us. We are nlannlncr. Hill, cf is doing fine work, a real heart service was extinguished. Lizzie had $300 in 5 Appeals Decision. by tho grace of God, to havo the best G. E. Lutes Thrown Out of Buck- surance on the tho house, $300 on the Much interest is being manifested. Totals 42 11 12 27 16 7 camp meeting that we ever had. board Into Crcen River. There is an old adage that "a little hu- furniture and $100 on the barn, all in In writing its opinion In deciding the LANCASTER. Kespcctrully, Clarence Slpple, Sec , theGlenns Falls Co., represented by mor now and then is relished bv the G. E. Lutes, the AB R H PO A case of the Logan county fiscal court cattle best of men," and London, Ky. it may not be out of that hustling firm, Fish & Pennington. Miller, 4 02 1 0 trader, had a very narrow escape from agalrut tl e board of education of LoO order to repeat a little humorous Inci- No damage was done the barn, but the J M 'Robert. rf...i n n 0 drowning while crossing Green river in gan county, the Court of Appeals holds loss on the house exceeds the insurance Fox, If 4 0 0 which came to our ears last Sun0 How About THIS ? a buckboard, near Roy'a Mill, in the dent that, on request of the board of educa0 and that on the furniture euuala it. She Robinson, lb 4 0 0 8 day evening. A little tot of three sumLloyd, rf southern end of the county, last week. 3010 tion, it is the duty of the fiscal court to 0 has done much work with needle in or- W M'Rnh'ta 9h 1 Farmers solve the fence problem by The river had been high on account of mers inquired of his auntie as she was 1 3 levy property and capitalization tax if leaving home where she was going. der to hold the property and much sym Joseph, 3b using Tho Brown, made of hard high the heavy spring 40 1 1 "4 rains, and all the usu- She replied, the request is within statutory limit; carbon doublv Galvanized mll.vl .nrlnir 40 27 2 the Christian Endea pathy is felt for in her trouble. In no Bastin. c ." the fiscal court has no discretion. It ia ateel wire, guaranteed rust nroof al fords were nearly impassable. Mr. vor." He ...4 o 1 1 7 at once exDreaseil n Hlre log to the fire John A. Allen, one of Dojy, p not necessary that tho board set out Stay wires same size and material as Lutea was in the vehicle with Bob Mur- to go with her. When told by his moth-e- r Stanford's best fire fighters, fell and as (i ? oa ia a Totals They wcro picking their way specific purposes to which It intends to lateral wires. Hundred and fifty styles phy be could not, because he would tro to severely mashed his thumb. The ori. Score by innings 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 T to select from. Thn llrnmn ntif nnrlirki apply fund. The expenditure is en- stays tight. Hog proof, original cost lowly across the ford near the mill, sleep and gin of the fire is a complete mystery. .n n n n j 1 o . Stanford auntie tirely with tho board. Whether or not is no more than other fencer, last" when one wheel shot down into a hole borne. He begancould not carry him Lancaster 0000000 0 to weep and would r,arnea runs Stanford 4. Stolen tho members of the board would be longer, gives bct service Poultry which had been washed out by tho hea- not bo Let us call before the fire department comforted with all his mother's Penny. Singleton2, personally liable for an unauthorized fence (not netting), lawn white enamel vy current, and Mr. Lutes was thrown persuasions. She thought to ask him and you are safe, no matter what hap- coieman. tmory, H. Bright 3; Hill, fenco and steel gates. out of the vehicle. The current was disposition of the funds is not deterI can save you money and annoyance where his auntie was going and ho an- pens. Fish & Pennington, insurance Miller. Robinson. Lloyd, Doty. Three mined by tho court. base hits Coleman. Two base hits occasioned by the use of fonco made of very swift, and for a time it seemed swered: "She's going to the devil and McCarty, 2. Struck out-- by inferior tirade of wlro. Invnatliriitn nnrt tiat he would be washed down stream, I Embry, 9; want to go with her!" bv Dotv. & haan nn you will buy tho Brown, the fence that but Mr. Murphy managed to catch hold PmK. 1. Raise More Wheat The Christian church has called for off Doty, 2. Hit by pitched ball. M. excels. Edwards In Saddle of him and helped him to safety. . H. C CARPENTER, Agent. ungnt. Double play Coleman unasits pastor for the remainder of the year sisted; passed ball Bastin. Rov. Donahoo, a student at Lexincton. And Not so Much Tobacco, Says Time of cramo Onn hnnrnnrl 4 mtn. At llth Disirlct Republican ComProhibition Convention. perhaps to preach two Sabbaths during Fine Old utes. Umpire Florence. Commissioner of Agriculture. tho month. mittee Meeting. Tho ladies of the Christian Aid SocieExecutive Committeeman Adam W. Because the report of the crop condi21 New Members The friends of Congressman D. C. Carpenter announces that the prohibi Will Be Shipped Out of Lincoln ty planned to havo an auction of some tion In this state for the month of Edwards won a complete victory in the tion party will hold a convention in Louof their handiwork last Saturday evenCounty To Far West. March showed a decided falling off in llth Congressional district republican ing, but were prevented committee at Corbin Saturday. Four- isville on May Cth for the tmrDoso of acreage of wheat, Commissioner Added To Diadem Lodge K. of P. We are glad to note an Improvement the nominating candidates for Concress in Some of the finest whisky ever made teen of tho members present voted for of Agriculture Rankin has decided to During Past Month. in old Kentucky will be shipped this in tho condition of Mr. Francis Edmls-toa primary election In tho district on each district of tho State. begin a campaign to induco the farm Sept. 15, as desired by Edwards, and who has been critically ill. week to tho far west, going from tho ers of Kentucky to grow more wheat four voted for a primary on tho first Twenty-on- e new members were Wo think wo voice the sentiment of celebrated Edgewood Distillery of HenStanley Milward Out. Monday in August, as desired by Caleb and less tobacco. He has a double purto Diadem Ledge No. 81 of tho ry Traylor, In this county, to Simon our community when we extend a hear Powers, who Is contesting with Edpose in this campaign, which will be wards for the Congressional nominaStanley Milward, republican, of Lex- - Leod. of Bollingham, Wash. Mr. Leod ty welcome to Mr. Cummins and fami- one of education. He will try to get Knights of Pythias during the nast J month, and the members are very proud' tion. ly, whv havo recently become citizens inirton. hag tendered hi realVnntlnn In owns practically all of the 1902 output the farmers to got back to the old sys- of tho showing which they have made. A committee was appointed to pro Gov. Willson as a momber of tho State of this Edgewood brand and has order- of our town. tem of taking their wheat to tho mill The whole lodge ia planning to go to paro a set of rules under which tho pri- - board of control nf chnrltahln Inolltn. ed it drawn out of bond Geo. 11. Harris has returned from a and shipped to and having it ground for their own use, Lancaster on May 9th, when the disuiaijT a iu uu tuuuutbcu, una buwuiu- - tlons, to take effect May 1, which was teoto report to tho Congressional com- accepteu. uov. Willson immediately him. He has from 143 to 148 barrols of business trip to Bowling Green. take their shorts and mill feed home trict lodge will bo in session, having mittee by Aug. 27. Tho committee of appointed as his successor Dr. T. W. it, and it is said to run in proof from Wo regret to learn that the firm of and feed it to their stock and sell what been called by J. W. Park, district depthree, all ardent Edwards supporters, Gardiner, of Madisonvillo, now super- 112 to 119. Edmiston & Holmes, dry roods mer. is left, and not until they have first uty, with headuuarters at Ford. Prof. is composed of J. G. Fitzgerald, intendent of tho Western Asylum for chants, who have been here a longtime, supplied their own wants. During the Judge It. C. Tartar, Somer- tho Insane at Hopkinsville. city, will make New Postmasters. are closing out their business. Wo navt vnnw fVmmiaaLinu, l?nnlrfn Iu . J. W. Ireland, of thisnnri n Mr set, and Joseph Johnson, I'erry county. thtt nnaninor nrl (Irpcn natlia.. hope they may find It to their interest ing to try to get every farmer in Ken- - ing of Pythians James I. Whito has returned from lucxy 10 raise some wnoat on ms trict is expected.from tho Eighth dis Simeon L. Cummins has been or. to remain among us. For Ambitious Youngsters. Arizona and says that it is tho only farm. Tho snowball which has been thrown country. He left his family there and pointed postmaster at Quail. Rockcas paid in High School for pu- expects to return to tho West this fall tle county. Thomas C. Jackson was into the lap of spring has caused much Tuition For Sale. Death of Mr. Caunce. Sheriff T. J. Nicely and Deputy G. S. confir.ned by the Senate as postmaster damage to fruit and vegetables. Howpils who pass tho examination for gradever, wo trust there is enough scared Mv hnlljlrt find Int nn 1 jMtan avrtfiti. uation in common school branches. Tho Grlllin took Jim Jones and Mulligan to at Lebanon. Affpr a llnfvirfnfr fllnpen ff tlrnnvv Walton's Opera liouae, horse and run- -' thn ni'tl Tilesil.iv. Thnv worn annni to supply the demand without advancexamination will bo held May 13 11 in ed to three and two years " aged,,.".1,1 at his CJ, died S I. Ouunco, respectively Wholesale homo ubout for sale E u. aiton, ntanroru. Crocery At Junction ing prices. tho chapel pf the Graded School build- for stealing, -f- aignal. in tho county. Sunday. Aoril 21th. and ing. G. Singleton, Superintendent. was taken to his old home at Carlinlo City. 26 Junction City, Ky., to Athe-vill- e, J9 Mr. (Jaunco leaves a wife, The splendid work of Chamberlain's ior bur,alChamberlain's Stomach and Liver N. C. and return via Queen & anu tour uaugnters; ono i ve sons Every family and especially thoso Tablets will clonr tho sour stomach, JA3. D. Shelby and Ed II. Sweeney, Stomach and Liver Tablets U dai v .i,..,i,.... . .u.. h- iCrescent Route. Ti kit sold May 2 to . ... Mti.... . reside in tho country, should be sweeten tho breath nnd creato a healthy two Jolly drummer, will onen a whol.i. rnmtrur tn lliiht. Nn iidpIi pinl .,.,., who 'pu. Ani.. 11, inclusive, good returning until May provided at all times with u bottlo of atmetito. They nromoto tho llow of silo grocery utJunctlonCitv soon. Ilnth dy for llvur and bowel troubles was v- - pathy of the community Ii with tho 31, 1910. W. C. G. P. A. or known. Thousand btes them for family In their bereavement, Chamberlajn'a Liniment. There is no gostric juice, thereby inducing good di- of the gentlemen live at that place and curing constipation, sik headach. when it may be wanted in case gestion. Sold by G. L. Penny. tolling two more popular knights of tho grin biliousness, jaundice und indigestion Every sufferer from stomach trouble, A tnurl1 rheumatism, or a twinge It would be hard to find of an accident or emergency- It ia Sold by O L. Penny belching, ur nf neuralgia, whatever tho troublo is. gas, ,lk?siii. tails linil stomach, nervuus- liillnii.n. a tal.. ..t.l most excellent in till casoa of rheumaikuii Danville, Virginia, voted "wet" by a Chamberlain a Liniment driven get a COc box of Mi a utid bruises. Sold by G, majority of 10 votes in a total of 1,151 t Twenty thousand Alabama coal muv stor ach nb- Gen E P Alexander, a rotoJ Con the pain at once and cures tho onY tism, sprains era win gei un increase or 6 per cent . federate soldier aod writer. s dead 1 ami stari a ireattr e nt, Uu lu Penny. at plaint quickly First application gvt lets y votes cast. jn wages May 1. Savanuah, Ga. arant-'ely G. f. Penny, relioC Sold by G. L. Penny. AT CRAB ORCHARD Taken By Mrs. Lou Shanks And WILL RECOVER $1,050 STRAIGHT WINS Friends Were Alarmed For A While. Indiana Capitalist Buys 12 Acre Was Presentation of Amateur Play If Senate Passes Claims Bill-- Sev Stanford Team Again Defeats LanTract and Will Finance Big Interesting News Letter eral Plums For Others In This FORMER CIRCUIT JURIST IS caster Before Big Crowd Here Friends of Mrs. Lou Shanks wero Enterprise There. From Little City. KILLED IN STREETCAR Section. By 11 toO. greatly alarmed on Sunday when she ACCIDENT IN WEST found that she had becomo confused In CRAn Orchard, May 2. T. F. Vohn, a prominent capitalist The Baptist church of Crab Orchard The Stanford High School base ball taking two modicines and had taken an of Clinton, Indiana, has purchased 12 The play, "The Time of My Life," Is about to recover the neat sum of .. team won its IGth straight victory here Mrs. Bell's Skull Crushed And exccsslvo dose of one. Sho became acres of land near tho depot at which was presented by the vounir la- Crab MEETS FEARFUL MAKES ITS SIXTEEN FATE IN SEATTLE FcarsThatShcMayDicArc quite M hMAt I, peo-ple- of for-mer- ly 7P'" play-.??l- lJ Sor-rcnt- d f,,.n Som-eJse- J?". lj nn mu d 10 13 1 13 10000 110 10 f well-know- n On nn 00 bases-McCar- ty4, hnlliir Booze .liT" - !,.,.. ..n.i.i ' - ij-Ja- nn Win iIiItW'1''" j4gjj0&-- - - PAGE TWO ,. TfiE njTBBIpri ibtititlAti, STANFORD, DouWYH-.Prot- s K. The 's Never hesitate about giving Cough Remedy to children. It contains no opium or other narcotics Established 1872. and can be given with Implicit confl denec. As a quick euro for coughs and VBTIY TUESDAY AND FWDAY colds to which children are susceptible, In Advance. At $1 Per Year It is unsurpassed. Sold by 0. L. Interior Journal Cam-berlain- by XfeAft'in INDIANA SILO. any man Ask rnnfntnntfl who uses one. . .... .......... In flm eli,.l ... ti. niuiM, grain, therefore com hand- in the held loses 51 per 5 per cent, total food value SILO is 95 per cent. lHHr" 0 o MAY 3.11910 ' Ladies' Low Shoes. , HELTON 8AUFLEY Publisher StanI will Entered at the Post Offlco at ford, Ky., as Second Class mall. The Afarmon. stand my fine jack, Mormon, at my lot on East Main street. He is a splendid individual and his colts are among the tops. Sec pedigree in next issue. Will stand at $3 to Insure marcs in foal. Season due when marcs are traded or parted with. H. C. Anderson, Stanford, Ky. per cent, of the food value of corn cob. leaves and stalk, 10 per cent In the 5-- 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 $185 SILO holds antccd. feeds 28 cattle six months. iin.tr.lMr rtiMtaue and eotiin- conveyor and corn elevator V Lincoln county people will deeply mourn the untimely taking off ot Judge Seattle, as the W. Con Bell in far-ofresult of a fearful street car accident. Coming hero 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 had 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 brilliant 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 tho heavy hand of affliction that now rests upon her may be lighten ed all that is His will. T Why continue to waste poor stock? When the reach of all and fully guar nine acres of corn and Also agent for the most ments, Cutters, Practical and loader. : : : m WW? tir NOTICE R. E. TO GAINES. i Contractors, Letting WEDNESDAY MAY 11 H us ii i WltUAM Addams, of Cynthiana, who is one of the king-be- e democrats in the Sixth district end of the state, has announced that he is going to be in the rac for the democratic nomination for governor. Rogers Gore, Ben Johnson's secretary, has arrived to open up headquarters for his chief at Louisvillo we almost said at the Buckingham and former Senator McCreary is expected back in Kentucky at an early date and may have something interesting tp say in response to the demands from all over the state that he get into the running, too. Looks like the game's going to begin early, and with plenty of enStanford ifc Danville pike sec. 1 tries; but the more tho merrier, and from Stanford to Mrs. Mattie White's, may the best man win. 30 rods stone. Louis Landkam has secured Charles Same, sec 2 from Mrs. Mattio T. White, of Harrodsburg, to help him White's gate to Boyle county line on the Danville Messenger, which will 30 rods stone. soon be out. White is a corking good Stanford fe Rush Branch pike sec 1 man, but it is going to take some migh-- . from Stanford & Lancaster pike to ty high class work to make headway Rush Branch, 25 rods stone. against the paper that the Advocate Same, sec. 2, from Rush Branch to boya are getting out now. The reading Hubble, 20 rods stone. public of Danville ought to be kept fulStanford & Crab Orchard pike, ly informed of everything that's doing 1 from Stanford to Baughman's sec gite, witb such men in their service. 20 rods stone. Same, sec. 2, from Baughman's The killing of a prizefighter at San gate to lsywatere gate 10 rods stone. Francisco has brought out strong agiStanford A Dix River pike sec. 2 tation among the preachers against the from Hnyden'a Switch to Traylor's championship mill between Jeffries and Laue, 20 rods ston?. Johnson scheduled for July 4 and efforts Stanford & Lancaster pike sec. 1 may bs mads to have it called off. The from Stanford to Logan's lane 25 man killed was knocked out in a fight rods stone. and as he fell his head struck the floor Stanford & Vayncsburc pike, sec. so hard his skull was fractured. 1 from Stan lord to Ottenheiru pike, '0 rods stone. Same sec. 2, from Ottcuheini pike to .Haywood Co. ol road at Knob, 25 rod- - stone. Same, sec. 3 from May wood Co. road to Carter's Store, 10 rods stone. Stanford & Hustonville pike sec. 1 from Stanford to Cash's store 30 rod' 1010, Notice is hereby given that I, as Supervisor of turnpike roads for Lincoln county, Ky., will until 10 o'clock A.M.Wedncsday Mayll, 1010 receive scaled bids for stone and gravel contracts on the various sections of turnpikes in said Lincoln county, Ky. All bids for furnishing, hauling, breaking and spreading stone and gravel must be sealed and filed with me on or before 10 o'clock A. m., Tuesday, April KG 1010, at Stanford, Ky., and no bids will bo received after that time. Contracts will be let to the lowest and beet bidders, and contractors will be required to give bond with surety, to be approved by me, for the faithful crformnnce of their contracts and for all penalties and damages for failure to so perform their contracts within the tune and under the conditions hereinafter H too ready than days too late. o 0 0 0 0 0 AGENT 0 0 0 0 0 0 J Keeping Out 0 The Flies 0 0 is better than trying to 0 0 drive them out. So get 0 your window and door 0 screens early. We are 0 ready with all sizes, 0 ishes and designs. Come 0 and make your selection 0 now. Better be weeks 0 0 0 0 0 fin- . Patents, tans nnd Suedes in oxfords, button and straps, with with plain or Up toes nnd E. to A. widths. We think we have just what you wnnt at $2J50 to $4 the pair. We find we bought too many tnn low shoes nnd right now is the time to'mnkc the price move them, they are new goods, they arc oxfords nnd straps, the quality is good they are in the r makes and are worth $3 and 3T0, but Ultra nnd reduce the stock we put them on sale at -- .50. Walk-ove- o W. H. HICCJNS, hi Jacobs, Harry Dealer In and Manufacturer of. Stanford, Kentucky. $ I0 o v O .Bring Your Produce To Us. We htre opened a produce house on Sora- etieOurtt aaJ will psy the highest mulct 11 v Marble and Cranito Monu- ments, Markers and rosts, Ometery and Lawn price for Hettees. Offlco aud worki, Mc- your Huff. VaeandKy. Kinney. kind of country produce. Bring ui M. O. BASTIN & CC Suaford. Ky. BLACKSMITH 1NG 1 Urine your Illacksmlthtng and general repair work to me. Hone hoaliiK We Satisfaction guaranteed, shop opposite 1'bllllps' concrete store. J.UIK9 UIUI'KKIT, Htanford, Ky. . J,L.Beazley&Co., mHSybT. SKiVSL.SBS 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 over the cash when the amount has been agreed upon. The policy we issue is a quick asset in case of fire. Better have us issue you one to cover your home and business. 0O& Stanford, Kentucky. G. L. Penny It. II. Coffey K. R. Coleman H. J. McROBERTS, Painj dm Dr. Hess' Poultry Fanacsa Will mnko liens lay, cure them j nnd keep them in ol good thrifty condition. The increase in the number of eggs laid, will more tlimi I ay tor the email expense ot feeding. iliM-tiM- HCr2ES53W5M. I 0ils4K 6tone. NOTE THE BROAD EVEN COLOR wluch goes on with every stroke ( f the brush dipped in our paints. They flow so freely and evenly thtt painting is a pleasure instead of a wearisome task. The colors stay on too. The paints are made of materials that will stand a lot of wear and weather. Give them a trial, J. . ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. Commissioner's Sale! In Lincoln Circuit Court. In obedience to a judgment ol the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at Its February terra, 1010, in the case ot Lucius Perkins, plaintltT, vs. W. J. Edmlstou et a I defendants, I will on MONDAY, MAY 9, 1910, County Court Any m about 1 o'clock P. M. sell at public outery totlio highest bidder, in front of the Courthouse door In Stanford, Kentucky That certain tract of land situated In the-toof Crab Orchard la Lincoln county, Kentucky, and bounded on the north by the Chappell's dun pike; on tho cast by the lund of w. K. Perkins: on the south by Klin street on tho west by the landsof Jnne Hucb-ana- n and containing twelve acres more or less Tho object of this sale Is to satisfy n lien debt of the plaintiff for the gum of $J,000. with Intorckt thereon at tho rate of six per cent from January 10th 1U0.S until paid, interest payable annually, and tho further sum of J35, the probable cost of this action Said land will be sold on a ciedit of six months, und tho purchaser will be required to oxeouto bonds for tho purchase price, payable to mo as Commissioner, bearing intevt fioin the day of sale, attb rate of six per cent per annum, with good and spproved K. personal security and further secured oy a lien retained on the land, Supervisor Turnpiko Roads for H. It. SAUFLEY, M.C.L.CC coln County. K. S, Alcorn, AU'y. came. m?c. J, train Lath 8 store to Hanging Fork creek, 30 rods stone. Same, sec. 3,from Hanging Fork creek to Hustoiivillc, 10 rods stone. Ilustonville it Colly's mill pike, sec. 1 from Huotonville to Wni Car son's, 20 rods stone. Ilustonville & Danville pike sec. 1 from Ilustonvillo to Black pike (iO rods stone. tonme, sec. -- , from lilack pike to Boyle Co. line 20 rods stoue. McKinney it Coffey's mill pike sec. 2 from Old Toll Gate House to Fair place 25 rods of Etone. Danville it Lancaster pike, whole road, 15 rods stone. Lincoln it Boyle pike, whole road, 5 rods stone. Hanging l'ork and Hubble pike from Rueh Branch pike to Danville and Lancaster pike 5 rods of gravel. A rod of stoue or gravel shall consist of 225 cubic feet. Hand broken stone and gravel must he ou margin of road or section by Sept. 15, 1010. AH gravel must he spread before Oct. 15, 1010. All metal is to be measured by the super-vixo- r or his assistant who may designate when and where it is to ho spread. All crushed stoue must he spread not later than Jan. 1, 1011. AH stone furnished must be good, sound, hard limestone or quartz and broken into piece not to exceed two inches in diameter. The gravel must be clcau and flinty. The court or its representative may reject any material not of proper size or quality. Bidders must say whether stono will be broken by hand or crushed. The supervisor remrves the right to reject uny and nil bids. Blunk forms on which bids may he made can ho obtained from the county dork. Copies of bonds may he obtained ut tho County Clerk's office, Undertakers aud Embalm. err. Also Dealers in They will exchange Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. t It is fold nt Penny's Drug Store. Fish & Penning ion, Stanford, Ky., Phone 200. STANFORD. - KENTUCK Y j$J VvA PENNY'S DRUG Stanford, Kentucky, STORE, CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! I ran furnish the public with tlie Inst, us well as the frrshist of cut Movers, plants of all kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short notice. Also make a specialty of wreaths fur for funeral puriKxes. In connection with tho nlioro, I !me nil kinds of citnbles on hand at reasonable prices ClIIUHTMANtlltKKN 1IOUHKH. En Huumahd. 1'iior.. Htaufird, Ky Id- - (s&P H 2 i. u. a. "We are In position to do all kinds ot such ns lllock Work, l'uvements and. In fact, wo can make any thins from bouse down to u fenou post. We can terse Put the Cook In a Good Humor yon promptly and guuruntea work and material. Call and set our prices by providing her with a sack of before ou buy jour material at least, Baughmans tancy Potent No. l flour, Then she will have a chance Stanford, Ky. to show for fair what a fine baker she is. With such fine flour as Hiiiiiihmnn's Foncv Patent No. 1 she knows she cannot make any ex cuse for poor baking. Order a sack Kor bouse, carriage and sign painting paper hunglnii also buKiiy trimming y and see what lovely oreau, of nil kinds such as tops reco erect curtains biscuits, cake and pastry will be tlie nnd hoots made, HtopmerAldrldue'sblHCk , smith shop West Muln Ht , Hlauford Ky ThoneNo.ax;,. result. J J. I1KI.DKN. flrM-vla- j CONCRETING , J$Ki IP ffSy- - I I a C in 3 3 d w w (73 PHILLIPS BROS., J. J. BELDEN, o w ileco-rutl- to-da- Wl m Bl ' 3 ) o i? J1. H. Baughman & Co. "MASOrTS MEET. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. Fruit and Ornamental Lincoln Lodge No. AO V A. M. will meet 1 desire to sell prlatly my stock of In stated loiumumcutlou on euch rlrst und Hardware. Dolinc u good busithird Monday iiluliU ofenult montb.ut Tui) ness. Will invoice ubout Itjto). Ueusou-I- II o'clock In tlielr hull on main street!, health. MeniU rs of sister toduttsure (JhO. I) HOi'l'Klt.Htnnford.Ky. Invited to Imj present. T. W. l'm nlliKloii Meo. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE ! When You Have To Hell Call S. DUDDERAR, Lin- Those having claims against the ei Everything for Orchard, I .awn and Harden. tate ot Geo. U. Baufley, derxascd, are One Million Htruwberry plants. notified to present tame to the under, rri'M untaioKues, signed, properly proven, for payment. No Agents. Those owing him will please make setH. F. Hlllenmeyer & Soni, George L, tlement with me at on-- s. IVnny, administrator. KkXTVCKT I.KXIMJTOW, Trees ! H. B. Northcott, Stanford, Ky. Thouo 153. TnURMAN K. TUDOR, Manager. fc"- - ',! ''I1 'SSSSfS.SS.i lwa X rX TUB INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. PAGE THREE MAY rd 1910 3 i SUMMER UNDERWEAR. . LACE CURTAINS. ft 'r .Lmffea Sleeve '& Vests... ' LmlieslKncc Length Pnnts Plnin or Trimmed LodlcsrXnklc Length Pants 5c, Ladies Vests at Ladles Union Suits nt Vi, 25c 25c 25c 10c, 15c, 25c, and 50 25c, 50c, and $1 , Thirty Different Patterns in Mission, Nnttingham and Cobd Nat Any Good Judge of Merchandise is Welcome to tiiis Store nt nny Time Curtains 75c to $7.5') per pair. Arabian Mission Nctsnt 10c, WA and 15c. 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 New Damask Poctairres $2 to S4.G0, New Summer Poetnirres$2 tn $456. Purchases here,' Put this Statement to an actual test for your own in ' terest. SEVERANCE & SON, PERSONALS. Dr. J. B. Owsley spent Friday at Lancaster. Ht9 I.OUKLLA White vliited Lancaster friends. Prop. T. E. Ci.eland, of Parktvlllc. was here Friday. M cesns. Ed and Hooker Wilkinson made a flying trip to Liberty. Miss Tommie Francis, of Garrard, Is the guest of Mrs. James F. Cum Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Stanford, Kentucky. papr will i mdtn of Uita on. drrarfrd t pmm H it kat dfcran iuim baa bn tbie to cur. to .11 lu ura. aa4 h cur i ux osqt State Fire Marshal W. F. Neikirk ourrn. Hair, ourrnmrairai rr.irrnrcy. cur. dow tnown to in. at a bargain. cotuututlonftl was here last week for the purpose of be tnx trpotment. tun.dif up. require. kiMkaw-tcmall- r. tmn.1 Catarrh cur. directly upon tb investigating the cause of the fire turtle, actlnclh. irium. therebyblood a.Mi.i a Second hand Bell City separator for of dertmji foundation sale at a bargain W. 0. 'Walker, tf. I which destroyed tho large tobacco barn atrenrtn of ol the due., and (Win. tx paMami bunding up in. conatitutumj 'of J. F. Moscron Dix river. He was ins nature tn don. lu wort. Tn nrann l to that Several fine harness horses for sale; unable to learn anything which might On.much faith In It. curative Dower, that SAaw Hundred Dollar for anr ram tor lint of treumonlat. highly bred. Box 17, Stanford, Ky. afTord a clew to the aaspicion that the cur. Sendr. J. CHFHKY CO. Toledo. O. . Addrra m Poid br all Druirfrta. :te. blaze was of incendiary origin. Talt Hill Family rui tor eonetlratloa. Pure Plymouth Rock eggs, $1 for setting of 16. Mrs. A. R. Nunnelley Turnersville. ' Out tbcra The Nrr.DLKS, Bobbins And Shuttles for of London, spent Jos. Horr-E- is convalescent from a Seed corn and sorghum seed at the Rrv. C. J Sirr-LE- , all sewing machines at Penny's Drug Friday and Saturday here. severe spell of mumps. Country Store. Store. Mrs. J. W. Rout is the guest of Mrs. Mrs. L. It. HUOME8 Is suffering from A new lawn fence at W. II. Higgins Jane Hallow, in Garrard. a severe attack of indigestion. No Clew to Cause of Fire. $100 Reward, $100. t i Elizabeth liaughman. THE Lidles Aid Society of the Chris, tian church will meet in the lecture room Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Miss Anna Holtzclaw, a teacher in the Graded School, spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents at Gilbert's Fish. She was accompanied by Mr. S. Creek. D. Cochran, who made Mrs. Fish a Rev R U Maiiony is considering a brief visit. fine otTcr to take up the insurance busW. J. Romans, Lancaster's dors bug iness at Tacoma, Washington Tho gv man, was here Friday, but says he place carries a handsome salary and did not know about the ball game till account. ho got here. Ho should keep pouted in Mr J F. Neighbors and wife, of such matters by reading the I J Louisville, passed through to LancasMhs.iJames Denton, of Somerset, ter Saturday to visit her parents Mrs. jient several davs with Miss Amanda Neighbors is a sister of Mrs. W. K. Goggin. Miss Marguerite Goggin, also Warner, of this place. of Somerset, is staying with Miss Gog. Mn J. S. Wiieatly, of Jacksonville, gin and attending tho Stanford Graded at Fla has been a plecsant visitor M School. Hill." tho home of Hon. Mr. Geo. P Hiiihcts, representing "Beacon in the West End. F. North the Indiana Silo, was with local agent. Miss Liccie Beazley la at home from It E. Gaines, who sold 20 odd silo in school this county last year. His prospects Hlndman, where the mission burned. connected flattering for breaking his record with which she was Nevin Carter. are She la with Mrs. J. this year. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Nield. of Mrs. Henry Pallee Is up from Leband Wilton, announco the anon. She tells us that her little sis of their charming daughter. ter, Dessle, who has been so IP, Is on the road to recovery. Her mother, Miss Willis Cecil Nield. to Dr. Bcnls-mi- n W. Bayless, of Anchorage. The Mrs. J. H. MeAlister, continues Improving and (a. almost convalescent. wedding will take plate in leafy June. Lou-Isvil- Mr. W B. Eason, of Lancaster, was n over Sunday to see his sister, Mrs. Campbell. Mrs. Jab. A. Beazley, of Lancaster, was the guest of tyrs. W. W. Hays. Miss Susie Thompson, of ML Vernon, is with her sister, Mrs. Logan R. Hughes. mlns. Judge George M. Davison, who is Mrs. John J. McRoderts had the at the home of his sister, Mrs. J. C. misfortune to fall a few days since and Florence, continues quite sick. break a rib. Misbe Bessie and Sadie Baugii Misses Alue Yantis and Kathleen man, of Hustonville, are guests of Miss Bo-ho- Miss Mary Moore Raney spent sevCharles Perkins, of Garrard, spent eral days with Lexington relatives. J. C. Judge J. W. Alcohn went to Wit Eu-ban- ... liamsburg Sunday on legal business. Miss Mattie I'axton is out again, after several months' very serious illness. J. S. Hocker is un in tho mountains representing the Cumberland Valley, L.anu Uo. m grand-parent- Miss Frances Adams spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs Rodman Keenon, buggies Several good second-hanin Harrodsburg. Mrs. James McBee is visiting her for sale at bargains. See us quick. l, Pcnco Bros. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. tf d s, Kus-sel- Notes and Accounts Collected Walters, of Lancaster, were guests of Miss Bessie Yantis. Mesdames W. O. Si'Efd and Em. niett McCormock, of Hustonville, spent Friday with friends here. Mrs. It. R. Denton, of Garrard, is the guest of her daughter. Mrs. W, S. I llinnv Vtntl tmti utir.cn At.imA.I tn Cincinnati Sunday, after spending a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eichenbergcr He hai a good position with the Morgan Printing Co. Wilder Goode, of Stanford, was in Danville yesterday. Ho was formerly engaged in business here and at June tion City. For the past 18 months he has been keeping tho books for the Sterna Lumber Co , but roaigned tint position a few weeks ago and has litM returned f ram a prospecting trip in Oklahoma -- Dr. 0 S Williams and Mi Edna Camnltz, of Hustonville, have re turned home, after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vanarsdall. on Lexington pike. Advocate. U. D. C. Meeting. We collect notes and accounts anywhere in the United States. Old papers for sale; all nice and Mrs. Nannie Wearen. of Leximr- shelves, etc; 25 for charges unless we collect. Also look after claims of all kinds. ton, is the guest of hor son, Mr. W. H. clean; suitable for Wearen, and family. Bank references. Correspondence solicited. 5c. This office. at Hustonville. Bb For Sale. Two antique sideboards, r. Box a fine trap and a new 17, Stanford, Ky. tf type-write- for further notice of our big Spring opening on court day, May 9th, in Friday's paper. Pence Bros. ii ii m sn For Sale. Few nice Buff OrpingAlso eggs for hatching. ton cockerels. Mrs. W. J. Holtzclaw, Stanford, R. F. D. No. 1. Watch may's COLLECTION WOODSON MAY, Mgr.. agency A srLENDiD meeting in tho interest of the war on tuberculosis, was held at tho Presbyterian church Sunday night. Complete mention will be made next is 3ue. IN speaking of the warm weather of Saturday, Mr. John Bright informed us that the hottest weather in April in 37 years waa in 1907, when the mercury went to 94. r Somerset, - - - Kentucky. The Jungle Hat. &m&i The crown of cleverness for the little folks. Mothers if you have been wanting something in the hat line inexpensive and cute for your children from 2 to 3 years of age we have solved the problem. Another shipment of these hats enables us to show you a variety of colors in trimmings the price is 50c each. I For Men Only. I 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. Selections 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. We are agents for Harcourt & Comengraving pany, the big Louisville house, and can get splendid work done prices. INTEfor you at rock-botto- ... RIOR Journal. "r 'AK)n.LN3H 'CRKXINVAS The pupils of the primary department of Graded School will give an open air entertainment at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon, MaC, on the grounds of the College. Everybody invited. Lawn swings and hammocks. Tribble. A FEW seed potatoes loft at tha Mr. Joab Ricney, one of Casey's and best citizens, is dead in the W. A. oldest section. He Is survived by his Joyce wife. Mr. Rigney was a relative of Mr. J. F. Rigney, ot this place. Country Store. Mrs. J. II. White, of Paint Lick, has returned from Nashville, where she E C. Walton sold his lot on Whitley underwent an operation and had a 33- nnnnii tiimnr removed. Mr. Whitemet avenue to J. C. Florence for $230. her here and they aro guests of local We have a new corn planter that we friends. will sell cheap rather than to carry ovFiro starting in the Noma House staer. Pence Bros. ble at Lebanon, caused a $20,000 loss. Lebanon Carnage and Implement Found, a ntriagular class pin, with The caught and also burned. Co letters "F. S. C." Owner can get samo Bowling Green will vote on the whisby paying for nd. ky question June 26 mu m W. E. PERKINS, V. g L. R. Hughes CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. M -- 3 'irajree $ sinuMir) sale Best laying strain. Write Or phone Mrs. R L. Berry, Hustonvillo, Ky. 7 10 d C. B. Leghorn eggs for T. W. Humble W. O. Mnrtin Barn Lumber For Sale! gj Tub protracted meeting at tho Meth120.000 feet of Boxing. Sheeting odist church w ill begin Thuraday. Ruv. E O. Hobbs will assist Pastor J. J. and Frame Lumber for Barn PatDickey. terns, which I will sell for cash or m trnde for Corn. Hay nr good Horses We are constantly replenishing our anil Mules. Prices on tliis very reastock of Queen Quality and Oxfords. sonable, for I want to sell. Write Call and see some of the latest. Cum- me at once. Respectfully, mins & Wearen. C. J. SirrLE. London, Ky. m ii NOVELTIES. 9MSfr -- uoiu .mo A a 5J.IBUI jjiav no a pus uiaq; U3Dn() You will tako no chances if you buy Hart, SchafTner & Marx cldthcs of Cummins & Wearen. They aro guar a.itecd, every thread wool. to 35,. 000 fine 2 foot boards. Also want to make contract for tobacco sticks. Oscar Hertel, R. F. D. 1, Crab Orchard 2t 30.000 200,000 Feet of Lumber At The Right Prices. I UO 3pt?.l ;q SBq sAnq aiS S WSM wm .uud ;xau aq; IlB SSBP B (fyV n) ;nq; puB snd guiqsjnursjp ;Bip i 3Aig 'aoqs uaanij) aq oui ;nd si wi jBqi !l!qBanp 3s u! ! ,pnb tian church, Bpeaking in the interest of Pongo, Ky. tho University, which is tho official Shipping Point Mt. Vernon. school of this denomination. have 200,000 feet of lumber suitable for tobacco barns and other building purposes at reasonable prices. Call on me or write me for President R. II. Chossfikld, of prices and tell me what you want, Transylvania University, will be here and I can suit you. next Sunday and preach at tho Chris WALKER OWENS. Boards for sale; about I . have just i received the latest and newest that the innrket can furnish in the wav of belt pins, links, benuty pins, collar sets, hair nets, barrettes, jabots and turbans, belts, belting, collars etc. K V We f HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., j" -- diqsui3iuJ0M poo puc leuaui ouq aqx 'qnoua uayo sduo Avau tfg )ou pino? aqs 'uoi os atoAV ;i qi sl'av 'aoqs 4llnD 33"D 3ltt o puq aqs q uoipafqo Ajuo aq; WW 'XpnuapguoD sn pp; puauj YH IIA II1I1A llrM llltli- I t 1i1( "-- Washday Is A Nuisance Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, at the best of times. But it is n hundred times more so if the tubs nreoutof order or the pipes are stopped up, That is u part of the John D. Rockefeller would co broko plumbing trade in which wo are especially expert. Send for us if there If he Bhould upend his entire income is anything wrong and we'll muke tryinir to prepare a better medicine it right in n n jiffy. than Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and m L STANFORD. KENTUCKY. L&N. TIMETABLE No.TI,Houtb,ll.M)r. x. No.taBoulli.lOiUAM. ' - - 25.W. Phone J88, K. WARNER, STANFORD, KFNTUCKY. Diarrhoea Kemedy for diarrhoea, dysentery or bowel complaints. It a aim-pl- y impossible, and so says every one wbo bs used it. Sold by G. L. Fenny. No.lt,Korlli,:OA. u, No.Tl. North, M r. m. No.T7,10:Wa. No, w, i JOS. 8. RICE, 'Agent, iiai.. M. K 4 V X)tt T" FOUR ' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANB'ORD, JCT. MAY 3fd 1010, REDUCED Ott PRICK FAKWR'S DrfPARTifalT. Five Rood second hand Ibmreles for sale. B. D. Career, Stanford. J. II. BftufhrninaAklia Vif marc tn John Blank for $225. win Urown, of Wajne county, sold to F. S. Turelc, of Garrard, 25 cattle at Cc. He anlrl him n trnVa nt li(r eattlA at t?r w .&J? JffVS r. rjc. ailored Gloth Suits "wr , W. B. Ourton, of Lancaster, ship ped to Richmond, Va., a of iiMoca miih uvuraun nwn lie toil I rltannan nf tKmn ilm .! .!. the Virginia capital. u. tu. uixea soiii&j hoa at SJC ami I rutrU mi Jlrt UinkH If. t1,l to James Coulter threo milk cowi at car-loa- d mfmmmWm 51 irom ? tojio. shoo store. W it i,.i..i t.vii iv 9 .t t tiieLituwLii , c-i . W, Wri ' gmi I'yf.1; is S rvr Ti S) The Markets. and Silk Dresses. May 2 -- Cattle -- Receints 370; market alow; fair to cood shipper iitiUtoi 50; common 2 50 to 5 25. Mors iteceipia i.wj; market slow. ioc butchers and shippers 9.65 to 9 73 common 8 25 to 9 GO Sheep Itccfclnta ftf; market steady t 2'i to 6 85. Lambn market easy and slow, 6 to 3 10. Cincinnati. go" RIGHT NOW, the time you need them most. weeks, we find ourselves heavily overstocked on Tailored poo High, So Have Cloth Suits and Silk Dresses, and have decided to "let 'em Owing to the very unseasonable weather the past two Bids For Road Work Fiscal g. Crossett "MAKES LIFE'S M WALK EASY1' An THAOK This new Crossett style is a snuppy model in the new shade "Boston Gray". Just the shoe to go with your gray spring suit. Made with nar row high toe over our new Sain Kobi nson, Stnnfonl. ky with the ipringy step that shows your feet have the Springtime gkd nets. Which mcuns: wear the AJEET her Court Will In order to reduce this surplus stock quickly, we now offer at special sale, unrestricted choice at deeper cuts in prices 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 Blues and Blacks, at the following great reductions in price. The fiscal court at Its meeting Wednesday. April 29th, rejected all bids for crushed or broken atone, to be spread on pikes, becaase nil stone bids were too high, or at least the court so be Shoe wide range of choice. $4 to $6 lieved. . New bids will be opened May Uth. and any one desiring to bid must do to by sealed bids on or before 10 o'clock a m. May 11th. This only includes pikes heretofore and not those bid heretofore accepted. It was decided by the court to let the successful bidder have the county rock crushed free of charge on these con- k"" "Marathon" last. Other, Crossett styles give you a everywhere tracts All bids must be sent sealed to S Duddcrar, Supervisor. K ErzemaA Germ Disease, Can Now Be Cured. The medical profession is all agreed that Eczema is a germ disease, but the thing that has baflled them U to And some remedy that will get to thegcrmi and destroy them. Zemo, the clean, external treatment. I has solved this difficulty by drawing the germs to the surface of the skin and de stroying the germ life that causes the di leases. The whole method of tre.it ment and euro by Zemo is explained in an interesting book on the lubjett is sued by the makers of Zemo. It tells how to euro yourself at home of Ecze ma, Blackheads, Pimples, DandrulTand all diseases of the skin and si al i. Call at Penny's Drug Store for the booklet and learn more about tbis clean, aim pie remedy that Is now recognized the standard treatment for all diseases of the akin and scalp. St)tt N 19S Lewis A. Crossett, Inc., Maker NORTH ABINCTON. MASS. Tailored Cloth Suits. For choice of a splendid as12.30 sortment ol stylish Suits reduced from $15 and $18 on flnnrbon TouHry Cure It re reniwlrol the wi iu wlihniMoluUiccrtaia'.y i SAVE YOUR FOWLS flitpcx, Cliulrrn, Iloup, I B"n'a tbetUolan1 rnultry t nr,)y ttulcaa boUcpundM tjcureana rfnt For choice of cream serge $18.50 Suits, Pcau do Cygnc lined, reduced from $25 & $28.50. bd1 a I llmbtrnrck. nittrbotm drinkingti Iu form ot poultry water tlto rwv A lew dnw la Buolmtlle mVn KCt" lowlt Vina thy tree, troni dlxaw. A i;ra.ionof medlrtaa. tbo lrrauiicct(UUckaeadaod.iitrdiMiuela turkeja dl and Kor Bourbon Poultry. Cure HAS' NO EQUALMr I J114 i A ITCCuoiceof about 40 splcn- - ' 'very latest styles; reduced from $22.50 ndid Suits in the season's flirt jK of an unusually (inc IH gljrangeofhighclassTailorcd P ft Choice ?iiBf chickn larnwrl Ally yetit and llaurthM PulifT Cutt U ih most uialKiory itntdy I hiv cm lor doltt a4 Cpct,H At All Laadlna Suits, reduced from $28.50. . ltff ikn UUrckM uJ Remedy Co., IS35Ur,ttn. K"Sft? Bourbon IA of lrt rai by ft IlourWn rcwliry Ont, il tut car lot CfeUta sad fitful P. aT,rrti,Kr..n!wLtrc r rMtkdrtxlt tbkii f I Oruoolta. 60o par Bottla. Trial Vial Fraa. For 5alc by SMUdARS and TANNR. Silk Dresses, Wi Waists. te $2; special in this sale at A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, For Taffeta and Pongee Burgin, KentucKx. I itm a graduate ot JonV National Hclioo! ot Auctioneer,, t'hkago, ami have bait ex perlence In the big cattle aale at tne I'nlon stock Yardt. Chicago, where we told iodic thoroughbred hlcb a Alto In hnrio aalet wbrrn no tale were ut&da racb day. Auctioneering ! a aelenca ami I bave luaiKu it wun miliar. Honor pnono me before you arrange (or your hai. I ran ffl 1 I wjj wm k Silk Dresses, full pleated, reduced from $19.50. w ITrFor Accordeon pleated nTaflcta Silk Dresses, all m Ipor Screen Wire, Flower Vases and Jardinieres, call on me before you buy. w colors, reduced from $22.50 l0. Skirts, 9oC We have the best assortment of Dress Skirts we have ever shown and offer many r.Q or-bargains from. p0..7C) Up. matasalrt to) our advantage, l'llDNEa-- J. C. McClary, 300 Shirt Waists in newest Tailored and Lingerie styles, values upnQ . tt jl.Jl : KY- & 1. T.. SANDERS. irab urcnard. iventucKy. m If you have anything to nell WELCH & WISEMAN CO., Established in 1852. in the Undertakor and Embalmor. STANFORD, PhonIST. CrdM STOCK Take to LINE Home.l'honoJ", Automobile Supplies And .2?! Accessories. ElQiiders20 ' $750.00 Danville, - Ky. Insures Tobacco and Tobacco larnr. Nothing But Insurance. scLiaSeaBBBwiNAidMT?' . Nunncllcy's New Stock Yards He !uynnd sel every day In tho Jesse D". SWearen, Min, 34; OlDcu, Kl. HsHMHDsVnPrS - :. lh.'t covered peu. Won! d( Tiu Imuranc STANFORD, KY. Ufiklcnce i'liono ceil and water STANFORD, KY. W. L. M'CAUTV.l'reH. year except Sunday, tiring on your etock. Host inurkut in the Suae with nlcntyof oiitiid of LiuUvillo or Laxiugtun., it goner.il hitoh and feed buihicM. t V-Pr- t Insure with me and bo AiLy protecteil. E. C. WALTON, L. K. IIUGIIKS.S. AT ' Spring & Summer Stock Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford, '' AGENTS FOR E.M.F. Hnynes Bnkor Electrics $150,00 $2,000.(0 2.000 to 1)00 If intenwtad. let us give Studebakor Garford. tWl 1000 to 0000. Bull 'phone 'ou (' doiuoiistrution. ''I t JIraSS:" Danville Ice & Coal Co. paucity. Whsn Your Horse Is Harnessed in a set procured here, you'll hardly know him for the same animal, He will seem to know thut nt last he has a harness on that fits and looks as it should- Suppose you get a set now Your horse needs one anyway so why not get him u good one. It will not cost any more. J. C. McCLARV, Stanford, Ky. - IIoTeyour menture tnken liy n tailor ot exKentucKy, perience. Tneti our olothi-- , whether low price builnt.i iult or the llneit trenlng elotbei, will bae that Individuality and tit wtitcn plainly indicate they were made to your meaiure. 1 wtllultotuke your mem-ar- e Stocks and Huntllud on Connuiiuion. for eitru troutere. Innay vetn. ton Farms tuul Town Proiicrty coati' and ovurcoatt. Hprlngauit Huuiine, SoM. If you Huvo Projierty to Sell or llent Notify U. auiplei oil nana renay (or your mi iieciion H.O. UUl'LKY.TheTallor, Writo for Circular to Htanford.Ky. BoaihV " When Hungry 110 TO L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky; OnmoitH MenUi lU'tliiurnnt ltnuuatxr, Ktreet, hlMiiford, K. urTeil at all Uourt uu to II h. x. Hjlor R good iUlk llut pluae tM iilniii, Ooukiuii to nil l mu uli)inri)ur iwulaly.l HpWiidUl nvw line ol laroy llotrofTeiI - Polled Angus Bull T ! Amusement and Enter- tainmen Tin luUit mid Iw ' Every Evening. O. CARTER, S. Now Llvorv Dopot Street. Phono Ort- HUntUUHYi lanruKUi ..L.ZZr'. u at .lit ult ttuiee niulmr K. A. CARSON. ,Prop. Hii I' (Irnccrlw lie-- t pii . letter milk run of movlm; pliitura tt llieTlwatorluui I'ltuica tlinuruwu mini, 1 will uami my uw4Mirtl VbUwI UttJUUW llix euiiann. A new picture uvcry uiyai. uniy nun iw Htitnfonl ky ptHee ait fammrtyl Wki' Wmil (liiKKNiiVh't MM imllkt-ltNI lie Uui' wlirii iow Uiiomii to H iM. Ho ui-Tiioo Imvitiu ciauiiimnlnt lliuotutn ol lit(roru lti iJcivuivil, will pnnu'Dttiiuul Mn Willi calf u imi' in oi. riy u' ovuho niv utoutw, Tnotu nt- W I iV 11 i inn th itm.jar iutnle.1 tuaettlu wltli mo (iKO. 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