You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): n. Tuesday, May 10, 1910. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton, Stanford, KY 1910 int1910051001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): n. Tuesday, May 10, 1910. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905). E.C. Walton, Stanford, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. j y- f l- L 10rl h J THE INTEEIOb J0uRNAL i t tt 11VOL XXXVItJSfANFORD f KY TUESDAY MAY 10 1910 NO LIIGEORGE V NOW SITS- ONENGEANDS THRONE King Edward VII Dies Last Week And World Mourns Death of Beloved Monarch London May 9Death which doeS not spire tho meanest of mortals drew hit scythe over the throno of Britain 1 last Friday night add King Edward breathed his last Ten days ago when he returned to England from a vacation ho appeared to bo in tho very best of l healthA ago ho was ntrickcn with bronchitis which however did not seem serlou enough to be published until last Tuesday when tho nation first learned that their beloved ruler was sick According to the Kings physi i clan bronchitis developed into pneumo nia but thus far they have refused to state whether this was tho Immediate cause of his death j Tho Prince of Wales succeeded to the I crown Immediately according to the I tawof the kingdom without official ceremony taking the title of George t V- ThejctjpUal received the npws with out excitement but sadly for King l1 with his own people was unquestiona bly one of thetn6st popular rulers in th fc world They regarded him aa ono of the strongest forces making for sta I bility of the pence of the empire atnjMVUY OF EDWARDH LUB Albert EdwardEdward VllKing f t Britain and Ireland Emperor of India etc 91Etl second child fDornNovemberQucen Victoria and Albert of Soxe Co t burg Gotha t Married February 10 ISA to the Princess Alexandra of Denmark jj f ChildrenSix as follows Albert Victor Duke of Clarenco and Avondala 1a4 heir presumptive died 1S02 George rino of Wales Louisa Duchotu of ti unmarried Maud Queen il Norway Alexander died in infancy y It Ascended ThroneSurceeded Queen- VictoriaJanuary 22 1901 typhoid fever in i JtnU Recovery source of national rot tolled 1874 Grand Master of Free kittens ToWcd Indian Empire 18766 Canada 1860l and Ed i f- rviehr Universities r o Ked Orient with Dean Stanley Ik JiSeral patron of arts a sportsman winning English rpW three times Aveenpllshed at a linguist and mu a I 1 v ieHWor on throne George Prince t tOfWWi whoso wife was Princess Ma f cf is k his cousin and who ha Wtrthed to his brother before he t- t t jbsNominate For Congress h proTliblUon convention at Lou- ttvjjtelMt week which was attended tiyy A W Carpenter of this county aS- I BSttte committeeman the following noloiaatiens for Congress were made First district Rev J Henry Ballard j Paducah Second district Louis Hancock rr Provldtnct Third district Prof 1W I Cassedy Bowling Green Fourth district Rev R R Roe Dardstownj I Fiftli district Dr J B Stroud Louis J Yule Sixth district Prof Wm Voiron t MUtewa Seventh district Rev C J Httgwit New Castle Eighth district Aar n S Watkins Wiknore Ninth dls 1 frfet Rev Arthur T ORear Cynthl MB Tenth district W G Patrick of ftmtoll Eleventh district J C Mc JXee London n Coulter Mills t + The wedding of John Mills to Miss Coulter was celebrated at the of the bride IntElllaburg Casey f1ft uatyTued y Rev Alonzo Jeffries elating Ttje groom to the popular 8Hr of Cagey cot ety The bride d wfeo isa most exeelleatlady ia a sister t of Alfred Coulter of Danville r j Powers Friend On Tripod t j I dispatch from Somerset says that ULF Coffey of Wllliamaburff frIend fpf Caleb Powers arrived in Somerset sad teak charge of the editorial col tuiM of tberSemereet Republican In be tih fof Powers in his race for the re piy tean nomination for J ongresa against DC Edwards v r ever hesitate about giving Cham bwkins Cough Remedy to children narcoticsyaiAs a quick cure for eougiB ami y to which children are susceptible t URwrpftMtd Soldby G GP n rsir t At Ripe Old Age J F Edmiston Srf of Crab Orch ard Crosses The Dark River J F Edmiston Sr died at his homo at Crab Orchard Sunday morning after an illness of several weeks of paralysis lie Is survived by hla wife three eons J R W D andJ F Edmiston Jr and three daughters Mesdames W W Burgtn Levi Elder and J D Anderson lie also leaves two brothers and a sister Messrs John Edmiston of Crab Orchard and D B Edmhton of Louis vlllo and Mrs N A McClure of the East End- Deceased was a devout member of the Baptist church and an excellent citizen Ho wasi4 years old anda greater portion of his life had been spent In tho Crab Orchard section sphere ho was a merchant for many years and where he was held in high esteem The burial occurred In the Widows add Orhans cemetery at Crab Orchard today and a large crowd was present to see their friend and neighbor laid away until the resurrection morn A good man has pone to his reward In 1878 Mr Edmiston mAde a strong race for sheriff against Walter Soun ders father of W W Saunders of this city but Mr Saunders removal of tho notorious Bridgewater and his gen eral popularity pulled him through Important Decisions Regarding Sale of Liquor landed Down By Judge Sauflcy Two Important decisions affecting tho sale of liquor in local option terri tortes were handed down by Judge AI C Saufloy at Harnxhburg where he Is holding court now Ho gave per emptory instructions to the jury trying tho cone of the Commonwealth against W A Bottom a saloon keeper of LawI rencvburc charged with violating the local option laws of Harrodiburg hot tom was recently tried in the police court at Harrodaburg on five warrants charging him with bringing whisky into the town for the purpose of sale He was fined Jl00 in each case and given a jail sentence aggregating 130 days An appeal was taken in each case to the circuit court Bottom claimed that the sale of the whisky was made in Lawrenceburg but In the lower court it was proved that he collected for the liquor at Harrods DottomIwherever they were delivered and that The5oathernfined in the police court for hauling whisky into Harrodsburg Judge Saul thiscaseeland Special JudgeI Judge F R Feland stopped over in Danville for a short time en route from Lawrenceburg to Montlcello where ho Is appointed special judge He was reared In Boyle county nnd Is related to tho Felands of Boyle and Lmcoln counties He is ono of the most noted attorneys in the StateAdvocate- UnycilingI At Danville The Confederate monument erected by the Kate Brecktnrldg Chapter of the U D C of Danville now stands ready for unveiling The shaft stands on the northwest corner of McDowell Park which is tho public parkoftbe city A statue of Capt Robert Logan surmounts the monument Capt Logan was the organizer and captain of a company of Confederate soldiers from Boyle in the Civil War The unveiling of the monument will be hold May May 20 under the auspices of the U D C- Judges Get Their Raise Attorney George C Webbof Lex- Ington special judge agreedupon to try the case of J W Cammsckcircuit judge against Frank P James audi tor to test the cohstltutlbna1lty of the law providing for the increase in tho salaries of the circuit judges 1200 a year has decided that the act of tho Legislature is constitutional The case will not be appealed McCormack Making Good Milton McCormack seems in for a fine year in the Blue Grass League Ho pitched a 1 to 0 game for Paris against Richmond scoring the only run after lining out a twobagger that wee followed by a hit for three bases by Goodman after two men were out MeCarmacks pitching was a feature He allowed only two hits aid kit batsman oneJ STANFORD BOYS DO FINE IN TRACK MEET Harris Coleman and Wallace Singleton Win Both Events In Which They Entered The Stanford High School was cover ed with glory at the Intercollegiate Meet in Lexington when its represen tatives took third honors being beaten only by two such strong schools as Lou isville and Lexington The former made 61 points to 2t for Lexington end 20 for Stanford Eight schools were represented Harris Coleman and Wal lace Singleton did the winning for Stan ford each taking both of the events in which he was entered The Lexington Leader said The first surprise came when Roth of the Louisville High School stepped the 100 yards In ten pad twofifths second Then COllie Coleman of Stan ford who put the shot 39 feet and 11 inches Immediately afterwards he swung tho 12pound hammer 112 feet and 7 inches While not so powerfully built ho was easily the best at the weightThe greatest contest perhaps of the meet was when Singleton of Stanford and Guyn of Lexington fought for the distance in the broad jump which was finally won by Singleton at the distance pf 20 feet and 11 inches with Guyn do ing20 feet and 6 inches This event was pulled off in a driving rain Thdsummary of events in which local Libya won is as follows Shot putlG poundsColeman Stan ford first Downing Lexington second Simpson Louisville third Dis tance 39 ft 11 in I Running broad jump SingletonStan ford first Guyn Lexington second Roth Louisville third Distance 20 ft II in- Humming high jumpSingleton of Stanford first Rubel Louisville second Drevenstedt Louisville third Uelghtf 5 ft 2 in Hammer 12 poundsColeman Stan ordflrst Simpson Louisville second Downing Lexington third DJatance 112 ft Tin- EveryonVof the schools represented declared for another meet next May and a permanent organizations culled the Transylvania InterScholastic Ath letic Association was formed Carlisle Mt Sterling Louisville Lexington Stanford Threlkeld Law renceburg and Owlngsville were represented A largo crowd witnessed the contests and stayed although at times iercfThe blue nbbons which were place I i on display in x the window at Penny Short Hemp Crop Again Expected Aid a Is Being Paid For New Crops So short was the hemp crop in this the past season that buyers are already offering 6 for crops yet to be grown The local agency for Spears Sons of Paris has bought hemp in all the surroupding counties Great wagon loads of the crop have been received here from Boyle Casey Garrard and as far away as Mercer county The warehouse here has been kept very busy during tho receiving season The price paid has averaged about 5 dur Inlt this seasen Owing to tho enor mous production of tobacco in this and surrounding counties last season th hemp crop was very light and it is estimated that the coming seasons production will not be much heavier It is said that probably the largest crop of hemp grown on ono farm in Kentucky during last season was on what was recently the Beazley place within less than two miles of Lancas ter T B Walker had a tract of 185 acres and B F Hudson and Jas House also cultivated large acreage of this staple all parts of the same farm and making altogether a tract of 400 acres As the land has been in grass for years the quality and abundance of the ylel was unprecedented and second to nos grown in the State State Auditor Frank P James was painfully injured by falling from street car in Frankfort Mr James was attempting to get off the car which started before he had gotton off He lost his footing and was dragged a considerable distance before the car could be stopped Mr James was bad ly bruised but no bones were broken Every family and especially thoa who reside in the country should b provided at all times with a bottle 0 Chamberlains Liniment There is no telling when it may be wanted in cast of an accident or emergency It ia most excellent in all cases of rheumy Glib I Penny And McRoberts ReElected School Trustees A Election Held Satusday An election of two trustees of the Stanford Graded and High Schcol was held at the college building Saturda afternoon Mr G L Penny was plac ed on the ballot to succeed tho late Dr L B Cook and II J McRoberts to succeed himself There was no oppo sition to these gentlemen but notwith standing that fact a Stood vote was cast Mr Penny was trustee for years and made an excellent one but resigned some 12 months ago when he was elect ed county chairman of the democratic party Tne board of trustees is now composed of the following gentlemen W H Wearen T D Roney H J Mc Roberts G L Penny and Dr W B OBannon all good men Mrs Robert Boyle Dies In Lancaster After a Long Illness Other Garrard News Mrs Robert Boyle died at her home in Lancaster after a lingering illness due to Brights disease She was about 65 years old and leaves a husband four daughters Mrs Oieo Sisk Lancaster Mrs Charles Scott Cincinnati Misses Huldah and Margaret Boyle of Lan caster and four sons Henry Nat Lee and Oscar Boylo The C U Preps of Danville play ed the Lancaster High School team at Lancaster L Friday The score stood 3 to 2 in favor of Lancaster The Mary Walker Price Chapter U D C will meet Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs Ed C Gaines Mrs Mat Fish and Miss Mollie Brooks of Crab Orchard were visitors of Miss Rella Arnold Mr Holdman of Crab Orchard has accepted a position as night operator at the telephone exchange The poultry house of W R Gott Co caught fire last week and injured a lot of eggs egg cases fillers etc The loss is estimated at 1000 It caught from a stove in the back of the house Joe Haselden bought of J1 Hamil ton the property known as the Currey homestead for 6000 The city coun M appropriated 500 to the improvement of the public square provided a like amount be given by the fiscal court and by private subscrip tionTuesday May 10th was set aside as cleaning up day the ladies of town to superintend the work and to be furnished with workmen and also a wagon and teamJudge E W Harris has just com pleted the enumeration of the children of tho Lancaster graded school district finding the number to be 331 an in crease of 25 over last year Barr Not Guilty The jury in the case of Robert Barr Jr charged with complicity in the kill ing of Hiram Hedges who was shot to death by night riders in Nicholas coun ty two years ago returned a verdict of not guilty General satisfaction was experienced with the verdict as Barr proved a strong alibi If your stomach is out of order or distressed po matter from what cause Mona stomach tablets will give in stant relief and cure indigestion acute or chronic or money back Guaran 50ceWm Googe of Richmond aped 65 years white was sentenced to two years in the penitentiary for breaking into a neighbors smokehouse and tak ling a ham Skin Diseases Readily Cured By a Simple Home Remedy- If you are suffering from any form of akin or scalp disease would you like to get prompt relief and be permanently curpd by a clean liquid preparation for external user MrG L Pennytbe anewants his customers to know that it ia recommended for Eczema Blackheads pimples Dandruff Tetter and othe Zeroahas mado some remarkable cures an with each purchase of Zemo Mr Penny will glvo you a booklet on skin diseases and you can diagnoso your own case and bo cured in your own home without any inconvenience or loss of time from business by this clean simple prepara tion bgttief vana wen t down with the vessel will be interred in the National cemetery at Arlington A bill providing for such removal an burial has pawed the House and Senate I I Shooting Bee In Macksville pist Jeff Bryant and Will Lee notorious Ne gin characters Neither party was hit but George Helm a bystander from Danville was struck in the by a stray bullet and seriously hurt It shotyClose Relatives Here Miss Julia Lee Rochester Killed In Seattle of Kentucky Blood Miss Julia Lee Rochester who was killed in the street car wreck in Seattle in which Judge W C Bell lost his life was a first cousin of Welch Rochester of this city Her father Judge G AC Rochester now a prominent attorney of Seattle years ago lived in Stanford He was a son of the late Col Charles Rochester who came here from Boyle The Danville Advocate says that the old Rochester cemetery is located on Main street in the Highlands in Dan ville on the property df M J Farris It is said that nobody has been buried there for more than 50 years and that most of the interments were made 75 to 100 years ago Most of the tombstones bear the name of Rochester All the land in that section was formerly owned by the late Col Rochester Mrs Ralph Goddard cousin of Miss Rochester sustained Injuries of a more serious nature than either her husband or Mrs Bell She was painfully bruis ed and her ankle was broken Mr Goddard has a severe bruise on his left shoulder and many minor bruises but all the injured are recovering satisfactorily Judge Bethuruin Will Not Make Race For Congress Against Mr Helm The Louisville Times says L W Bethurum of Mt Vernon Ky who made the race for Congress two years ago on the republican ticket in theI Eighth district was at the Customhouse today and declared that he would not again be a candidate for Congress- A number of republicans in the Cus tomhouse urged him to be a candidate again He was defeated two years ago by Harvey Helm by a majority of 1600 Mr Bethurum said he would not consent to make the race Some people refuse to run be said on account oft eir health others because of private affairs I have some private business affairs hence I shall not run again Arch Bailey Elkin Former Stanford Boy Graduates From Big Medical College In Atlanta Invitations to the commencement ex ercises of the College of Physicians and Surgeons at Atlanta Go have been received here Among the graduates is Archibald Bailey Elkin a former Stanford boy and a son of Col and Mrs M F Elkin It is expected that Dr Elkin will make his home pdrmai nently for the practice of his profes sion at Atlanta being associated with his cousin Dr W S Elkin who is one of the most eminent surgeons in Georgia The many friends of Archie Dock as he is known at home will wish him much success as he enters actively upon his life work Can Sell Patent Medicines The court of has decided that the law providing for license of 100 to be collected from all persons selling patent medicines is unconstitutional except as to druggists W R Hearst has sued the Courier Journal and Henry Watterson for 100 000 each in the Federal court for tho publication of Mayor Gaynors speech and delivered before the members of the Associated Press in New York in Hearst was accused of all sorts of crimes and misdemean ors A touch of rheumatism or a twinge of neuralgia whatever the trouble is Chamberlains Liniment drives away the pain at onco and cures the com First application gives PennydEight hundred bodies were taken out of the ruins of houses at Cartago Cos earthquakeo overd600 The was d For Sale Small well improved farm just out side of town limits between Stanford and Rowland has splendid house with all necessary outbuildings new barn fine young orchard water at door and barn I have also lOt acres of land 2 miles from Rowland on Dix river and county road which is all in grass and whichdon or address Frank Cordler Rowland Ky WANT STREETS OILED THIS SUMMER Council Will Be Asked To Take Steps To Keep Down Dust On Thoroughfares Many business men up and down Main street and residents are very anxious for the city council to oil Main street and Danville avenue this summer so as do away with to a great extent the dust nuisance There is talk of getting up a petition to present to the council asking that this action be taken and it is believed that the city fathers will accede to the wishes of their constitu ante 4 prominent business man on Main street said in discussing the matter I would be willing to contribute to a fund to buy the oil necessary in tho experiment in addition to paying my usual taxes It might be necessary to oil the streets twice during the first summer but after the oil has become well worked into the dirt onco a year would suffice We hear so much now adays of the spread of disease through germs and there is no surer carrier of all sorts of deadly germs than the dust which flea during the summer This can be effectively settled bYlthe usgof oil All the progressive cities which have not paved streets use oil on their macadam now and Stanford should not be behind The first cost would be but little compared with the good that would be accomplished and I believe that the city council could take no moretA popular step this summer ItI did a splendid work in providing for the gen eral cleaning up now let it go a step further and oil the streets ritiments effectively the insufferable dust of summer the oiling of streets is said to drive mosquitoes away The only dis advantage which is said to accompany the oiling of thoroughfares is that un til it has gotten well worked in itstlcksI to buggy wheels more or less and thus endangers the pretty white skirts of the women However the oil soon works intothe soil of the street and but little discomfort is then experienced oq that score Knights of Pythias I Attend The District Meeting At Lancaster In Large Numbers Diadem Lodge No 81 Knights of Pythias sent over a good delegation to the district meeting of the Pythians at Lancaster Monday night An open meeting was held at the Christian church at 230 oclock The program rendered was as follows to Invocation Elder F M Tinder Song America Meeting called to order by G M Pat terson District Deputy Welcome Address R H Tomlinson Response Diadem Lodge of Stanford Prof J W IrelandISolo ChancellorAddress and Seals Solo Address L L Walker Music Dismissal Rev O P Bush Music Executive Sessicto at Castle Hall 415 Evening Session 730 Conferring Rank ofKnight I Refreshments at Kengarlan IjoteL l In addition to tho Diadem Lodge deh egations were present from the follow ing lodges Ivanhoe No 47 Winches ter Pilot No 78 Ford Paint Lick No l 123 Paint Lick Estill No 1B9 Irvine v Madison No 160 Valley View Camp Dick No 161 Bryantsvllle Normal City 163 Richmond John D Rockefeller would go broke if he should spend his entire income trying to prepare a better medicine than Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for diarrhoea dyar entery or bowel complaints It is aim ply impossible and so says every one who has used It Sold byG L Penny Toe 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 er known Thousands bless them for curing constipation sick headache IndigestionSold Railroad Men Killed Two men from Livingston working with a concrete gang on the L 4 N road near Irving were struck by a train while on a hand car on Saturday night Jasper Durham died in the Richmond hospital Edgar Owens leg was broken in two places DurhamIUuvea s family = ycr PAGE TWO THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAY 10th 1010 t TilE INTERIOR JOURNAL f Established 1872 f EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY i At Jl Per Year in Advance SHELTON SAUFLEY Publisher t Entered at the Post Office at stan- fordW Ky as Second Class mall r TUB initial number of Danvllles new paper The Messenger is just off the press and it does credit to even such splendid newspaper men as Louis Lan dram and Charles T White It will be issued twice a week at 1 50 a year Every stick in the office Is new from the press down and the ads and news matter are as nice and clean as the splendid produced by the Amen can Founders Co can make it The editorial column is a but of course that was expected with such a brilliant writer as Landram on the tripod and the local column is as full of news as an egg is of meat The life blood of the pa rthe advertise mentsare there in abundance too The new starts off under very happy auspices and the press of the State will unite in wishing the youngster a hearty welcome and long lif- eHustonville Charles Wheeler T L Carpenter and George Tucker were elected trus s tees of the graded school Saturday Jacob Wall the cleverest huckster in the Green river valley will have ripe spring chickens within a week takingFre turned home greatly improved Em melt McCormack has returned from a trip through Adair county where he bought 150 sheep at I a head and wants more Commencement exercises of Huston H ville Giaded Scbool will be held in the Christian church next Friday All are b invited to attend The baccalaureate sermon by Rev C R Blain at the Christian church Sun day night deserves to be memorized by every student The large audience gave marked attention to his able effort so impressively delivered M Lee Edrington two sons of Tom Nun i nelleyand Gill Burton left Sunday for New Castle Ind where they have EC t cepted good positions in an automobile factoryA1 top 350acre bluegrass farm ion out bargain counter with several smaller ones this week We dont ca whether you are from Missouri or fro Kentucky we can prove our asserti- of and show you Call on W R Wil Hams Co H Y Bohon son of Dr Tom Bohon has arrived home from Old Mexico and 6b Texas where he has been establishing new territory for the Kentucky Wajron i Manufacturing Co of Louisville He has been traveling for the firm several and is one of their ablest sales men He is delighted with the South ern country and will return tothat field for his company about Sept 1 V Grant North census enumerator in No 1 which is the largest precinct in f the West End will complete his work j by Wednesday and has not had an as sistant in his work d The ladies of the CW B M will give an ice cream and strawberry sup Friday evening next in the college r building Dont fail to attend Will McKinney and Lud Evans the tof 1 tracts k MontgomeryEarlesletorontWheat Valley report business still increasing and they have made several large or ders recently in ordar to supply their customersMrs McCormack and daugh ter Miss Rose were In Lexington last week shopping The company for which Miss Ruby Huston sells extracts polish and toilet articles offers a liberal cash donation to the church whose members combined buy the most goods from her during the months of June and July She wil- lkeep the record of all sales and report the winner Have You Seen The Comet Eirly Risers Can Now View Hea venly Phenomenon With Nak ed Eye I Early risers in Lincoln and adjoining counties can now see the celebrate Halleys comet As the comet is now plainly visible to the naked eye and as thousands of Lincoln people have been eagerly waiting to see it the following explanation will enable all local star gazers to find it readily Once found gaze at it steadily and you will be able to trace its filmy tail a great distance across the skies First locate the morning star a vividly bright object directly in the east then look to the left a distance of ap parently 30 feet and then up an apparent distance of 30 feet firstapf from the streets take care to shield thislightcomet almost The best time to see the comet is be perhaps sky takes on of I I day and this from the i liance of the heavenly tramp As as 4 oclock however the plainly visible and may be peen as latCj as 415 k i IFS J r co Senators Give 1050 For Relief of Mrs Eliza Farris Angel of The Hospital A dispatch from Washington says that moved by the earnest plea of Sen ator Bradley 12 United States Sena tors completed by their individual con tributions a fund of 1050 for tho re lief of Mrs Eliza V C Farris of Lan caster Senator Bradleys bill provid ing 1000 for her relief had been rejected by the Senate Claims Committee officially because of the contention that to grant it would establish an embar sassing precedent Senator Reed Smoot of Utah a member of the committee was touched by Senator Bradleys recital of the Civ il War services of Mrs Farris who was known as the Angel of the Hospital II Mrs Farris during the war turned her house into a hospital and minister ed therein to the wounded soldiers of the Union army without charge She also visited Camp Dick Robinson in Garrard county as a nurse and her acts generally are among the finest traditions of Senator Bradleys home coun ty GarrardMrs is one of the best and most kindhearted women said Sena tor Bradley She is also a woman of rare intelligence and sweetness and mother of one of the best families it Kentucky Her father William Hos king of Garrard county although h owned a number of slaves was a strong Union man and offered to give them al liesaniece the daughter of Col Willian Hoskins of Twelfth Kentucky wa the wife of Gen Dan R Collier who was my friend as long as he lived II is all very without to me The sub scription is precedent II Two Boarders For Uncle Dink Constable Joe Record of tho Waynes burg section brought to jail here Dave Hicks who was fined 25 and given 3C days in jail by Squire Singleton for breach of the peace also arrested and brought in Ed Young of Highland who is charged with forging a check for 350 He will be tried by JUdgE Bailey BoyIbeinmg hisnhome last Monday Put the Cook In a Good Humo- 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 excuse for poor baking Order a sack today and see what lovely bread biscuits cake and pastry will be tl e result J H Baughman Co n MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No 60 K4 A M will meet In tinted communication on earn flat and third Monday nights ofinch month at 780 HtunI ternally Invited to bo present T W Pen nlnRton Hoc NOTICE TO ContractorsLet- ting WEDNESDAY MAY H 1910 Notice is hereby given that IasSupervisor of turnpike roads for coIn county Ky will unti110oclock AM Wednesday May H 1010 receive sealed bids for stone and gravel con tracts on the various sections of turn pikes in said Lincoln county Ky Ilaulingbreaking gravel must be scaled and filed with me on or before 10 oclock A M Wednesday May 111010 at Stanford lid and no bids will be received afte that time Contracts will be let to the lowest and best bidders anti con tractors will be required to give bond with surety 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 the time and under the conditions hereinafter men tionedeStanford Danville pike sec 1 from Stanford to Mra Mattie Whites 30 rods stone 111 J u Double Your Profits by Using an INDIANA SILO any man who uses one 54 per cent of the food value of corn IAsk I contained in the shucks cob leaves and stalk 40 per cent in the grain therefore corn hand perScentWhy 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 i 11e1ra GAINES I Remember real carriages here not picture book teaH Stanford KentuckyJ Same sec 2 Mis Mettle Whites gate to Boyle county line 30 rods stone- Stanford t Ruth Branch pike ceo 1 from Stanford Lancaster pike to Rush Branch 25 rods stone Same sec 2 from Rush Branch to Hubble 20 rods stone Stanford pike sec 1 from Stanford to Baugbmans gate 20 rods stone Same sec 2 from Baughmous gate to Bywatenj gate 15 rods stone Stanford fe Dix River pike sec 2 from Haydens Switch to Traylors Lane 20 rods stone Stanford Lllllcater pike sec 1 from Stanford to Lognt 25 rods stone Stanford Wnynesburg pike sec 1 from Stanford to Ottcnhcim pike 25 rolls stone Sane sec 2 from Ottenhoim pike ofrSense sea 3 from May wood Co roud to Carters Store 10 rods stone Stanford Hustonville pike sec 1 from Stanford to Cashs store 30 rod stoneSame ace 2 from Cashs store to Hanging Fork creek 30 rods stone Same sec 3from Hanging Fork creek to Hustonvillc 10 rods stone HuEtonville Coifeys mill pike sec 1 from Hustonville to Wm Car sons 20 rods stone Ilustonville Danville pike ser from Hustonvillo to Blank pike 00 rods Same sec 2 from Black pike to Boyle Co line 20 rods stone McKinney Coneys mill piko sec 2 from Old Toll Gate House to Fair place 25 rods of stone Danville Lancaster pike whole road 15 rods stone Lincoln Boyle pike whole road 5 rods stone pikfromand Lancaster pike 5 rodof gravel A rod of stone or gravel shall consist of cubic feet Hand broken stone and grave must sic on margin of road or by Sept 15 1910 All gravel must AIkvisor or his assistant who may deli nate when and where it is to be spread All crushed must be spread not later than Jan1 1011 All stone furnished must be good sound hard limestone or quartz and broken into pieces not to exceed ht inches in diameter The gravel mue be clean and flinty ropresentaiivomayr or quality Bidders must say whether stone will be broken by hand or crushedThe supervisor reserves the right to reject any and all bide Blank forms on which bids may be made can be obtained from the county clerk Copies of bonds may be obtainedat the County Clerks office coIn S Supc DUDDERARI 4 It O 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 AGENT CrabOrchard LIII So Light You Lift if Yet So Strong you Cannot Break it e Thats how every one o our carriages made just look at our buggies if you want to see car riages built in the best possible materials and in the best possible way and sold at the lowest possible price you look at a taltttr from stone 225 stone K Can Bring Your Produce To Us We have openeda produce house on Som end strut lidwiU pay the higliert market IICOUrui MOBASTINet CO- SlanfonJ K- yBLACKSIIITIIIN1 KCDralrtPAlrRattefaetlon guaranteed shop opposite lhilllpa concrete store IIItACKBTTHtanford MBeazleyCo BUndertsKers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRug They wiIJ exchange Furniture for All Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right YlCUT FLOWERS FOR SALE HaiwellMl kinds bulbs potted Ik wen on abort notice Also make n tpvclalty of wrwitlu for for funeral purposes In connection with the above I unto nil kinds of vegetables on band nt reasonable prices CllItlSTMAN iIOUHIBDIIUnIIAtln Hfanford Ky CONCRETING in position to do all kinds of con cretins such ai Shock Work 1avemanti and in tact we can make any thing from s servelpricesnPHILLIPS BROS KysJ J BELDEN For house carriage andsign palntingdeco ratlve paper banging buggy trimming of all ai tops recovered curtain and boot made HtopoyerAldrldeet black imlth ihop West Main Bt Hlanford Ky PhonoNoOSIt J J J1KLDKN Stock of Merchandise for Sale desire to toll prlvntely my tock of Uro eerie and Hardware a good bull neO Will invoice about IBOO Iteaton III health OEO D 1I0pprn HtanlordKy ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE I THOSE having claims against the es tate of Geo IL Saufley deceased are notified to present same to the under signed properly proven for payment Those owing him will please make set tlement with me at on9 George L Penny administrator IIn I II 1 IIro o 4 Is 1 I F steton- J o IIL j 1 g I 0 1 H f IF G The best hat made today is the John B Stetson We sell themg at 35O4 and 5 and carry owt them in the full older mens shape I 1 Also a great variety of shapes 8 and colors in the young mens styles The next best hat is the w l Swan brand to sell at 2 50t3 and 350 and they are a t close second to the Stetson i They are always up to the min ute in style and their wearing iF qualities is perfect se 0 rti Wl t l j I IJ ir + 1 a Q t H J McROBERTS g Stanford Kentucky mo L Penny R IF Coffey E R Coleman m G4oI ill innko lions lay euro tholl1iN tofdisease and keep good thrifty conditionVThe inrla iNof eggs laid will more lieu JS1I for small cxpcnco of feeding 0 DrugStore 1 I mBon DRUG Kentucky StORE m When You Havec rCDduceTo Sell Call y H B NorthcattStanford Ky Phone 153tNTHUR11fAN K TUDOR Manager r w MAY 10th 1910 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY PAGE THREiii t h 9RSET STYLE AND CORSET COMFORT Ace the two essential things you get in the American Lady corset Also UK ever increasing demand for these goods proves their superiority overt Other makes of corsets New stock just in Prices 81 to 83- t = = CH = L SEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky 1 NEEDLES Dobbins and Shuttles for DrugStoret- J PERSONALS M L CIIOWNING of Lawrencoburg was here for a short time last week L W HUGHES was up from Louis vile Sunday MRS W C Flan is the guest of her t ton W S Fish and family MR J W BLANKENSHII and dough ter of Jessamine visited relatives at Preachcrsville Miss MARGARET LIVINGSTON of Crab Orchard has been the guest of Miss Blanche Vandevccr MR AND MRS G T ASIILOCK have moved from McKinney to Hustonvillc where they have secured a nice farm MR AND MRs J E FAHRIS have re turned from Orlando Fla where for y spent the winter Danville Messenger MR A R DaNNY and daughter Mrs Mattie Duncan of Lancaster spent soviVal days with the family of Mr J S hooker Miss HELEN THURMOND who is teaching at lone Cove is on a visit to heraister Mrs John May of Som en e J e Jo W vEssiB ROIIKKTS the handsome cjauffl 0 of Squire J T Roberts of the Hubble section is home on a visit from Gladstone Mich where she has been trained nurse In a large sanitari umMR AND MRS Taos SHANKS are at home with Mrs Lou Shanks after a delightful bridal trip In the East Mrs Shanks who is so well beloved here will bo given a cordial welcome to her old Kentucky home S HI R IS DR A S PRICE wife and daughter spent several days with his brothers In GarrardMiss SOTIE ALCORN of the D k D Institute Danville spent Sunday with her parpnta R G JONES who died last week car rled 1000 insurance in tho splendid or der of the Maccabees MRS W S LAWWILL and Misses Lcttlo Green and Margarlo Lawwill of Danville were guests of Mrs P M McRoberta MRS J G CARPENTER JR and little boys of the East End spent sever al days with relatives She was joined Monday by Mr Carpenter with whom she returned home Miss SUE ROUT who has made Mr I W H Hlggin an excellent bookkeep er for several years went to Danville yesterday to take a similar position with the Danville telephone exchange Rev A S MofTett of Lebanon preached an excellent sermon at tho Presbyterian church Sunday morning Just before the service ho baptized lit tle Bessie Fay daughter of Mr and Mrs Goo II Farris TUB engagement has been announced of Miss Katie Parish Roach and Mr William H Riker of Harrodsburg which will occur at the Christian church there on June 2d at 8 oclock The ceremony will be performed by the pastor Rev W H Smith The attend ants will be Messrs McKee and Harry Lafon and William SImrall and Thos Roach Mr Leslie C Riker will be the grooms best man Miss Betsy Roach sister of the brido elect will be maid of honor and Mrs L Curry Ded man dame of honor WITHSoft Md9y Plaited Fancy or C- tPlain Bosoms Detached or attached cuffs Our full made Coat Shirt is a model of convenience WHITE SHIRTS In plain plaited full dress or negligee Our 1lnonarch Shirt is the standard of quality and workmanship while our 150 cluett is the acme of style and perfection and the col ors all guaranteed not to fade fSoftshirts with collars from 3 We can show you I something new It Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 h L J r e Ii I Many people pick up the newspaper and upon seeing some wonderful ly low prices quoted exclaim what wonderful bargains yes maybe and maybe not it depends entirely upon the character of the merchandise An inspection of our goods will disclose the fact that only the best quali ties are kept here and also another fact that in no case are prices high er than others askin many cases they are lower u MR J D Swore spent Saturday in Lexington MRS W II SHANKS is with her parents in Madison Miss BELLE DENNY has returned from a lengthy visit in the West HON W J PRICE and Jailer W S Fitzgerald of Danville were here court dayPOSTMASTER JUDD PHILLIPS and T J Bell of Liberty attended court here yesterdayREVS T HOSKINS and R B Ma hony left Monday for Baltimore to at tend tho Southern Baptist convention- J ROY B ROSE came up to Huston vllle Saturday for a short visit He took Murrell Reid back with him for a short stay A Pulaski Romance Miss Mary Roberts of Somerset has loft for tho West where she will be married to Pr Clarence Stlgall of Dra per Utah To add a touching bit of ro manco to their wedding the contracting parties decided to meet at a placo halfway between Somerset the home of the bride and Draper Utah tho home of the groom and have tho nuptial knot tied Dr Stigall met his intended bride at the appointed point between Chlca go and Ogden Utah They will spend a short honeymoon in the northwest before returning to Draper where they will locate Dr Stigall was formerly a physician of Burnsidn and stood well in tho community The bride is a daugh ter of Mr ard Mrs J M Roberta and was one of the most popular young la dies of Somerset LOCALS SEED corn and sorghum seed at the i Country Store Second hand Bell City separator for sale at a bargain W 0 Walker tf SEVERAL fine harness horses for sale highly bred Box 17 Stanford Ky PURl Plymouth Rock eggs 1 for i NunnelleyTurnersvllle T ELD J G LIVINGSTON will conduct services at Logans Creek church Fri day evening OLD papers for sale all nice and clean suitable for shelves etc 25 for 6c This office FOR SALETwoAntlergunsideboards I n tine trap and a new typewriter Box 17 Stanford Ky tf TUG Brown is the ideal fence for hilly ground as well as level surface H C Carpenter Agent WATCH for further notice our big Spring opening on court day May 9th in Fridays paper Pence Bros I J C B LEGIIORN egs for sale Best laying strain Write or phone Mrs R L Berry Hustpnvilie Ivy 710 THE Ladies Aid and Missionary Societies of tho Presbyterian church will meet with Mrs J B Paxton Friday afternoon at 230 200000 Feet 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 youWALKER OWENSPongo Shipping Point Mt Vernon orPlnlC1tonD No1- I HAVE for sale at 98c each large and handsome pictures of Jack Johnson colored champion of the world in dif ferent poser John Hayden Stanford The Masonic lodge of Burnside will lay tho cornerstone of their new hall on Thursday May 12 A large number of I Masons will attend the ceremonies I TirE ladles of the Crab Orchard Chris tian church will give an Ice cream and strawberry supper Friday evening 13 Everybody invitad to attend and help a good cause What is thought to have been an at tempt to wreck No3 the fast Florida special on the Qt C was unsuccess ful at 230 oclock Saturday morning near Alpine a small station 15 miles south of Somerset WE will have on display at Lutes Bros store at Turnersville on May 121 an uptodate line of ladies and children hats Everybody invited to call id inspect them Lippa Sisters Hus t nville Tire Womens Improvement Club will meet at the Methodist church at 4 P M next Thursday May 12 All members and those who wish to become members are requested to be present Secretary James D Shelby orJunction City who will soon start a large wholesale grocery there with Ed B Sweeney was here last week shaking hands with his many friends Both men knowothe grocery business from top and having such a splendid location I seem bound to succeed 100 Reward 100 The raden of the paper will be ptetird to lean that there U at tout one dreaded dtoeue that Klraca bu been able to cure In all lu stares ud that la Ctlarrb Iliira catarrh Cure to the oily poilUro con DOW known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a con tltuth nal dtanue require a constitu tional treatment Hair Catarrb lUre It taken In temallr acting directly upon the blood and mucous mirface of the irttem thereby deitrcjrlng too foundation of the dlmur and rlrlrur the patient ucnctb by bollduif up the conntltutloa and amtot log Its work The proprietors lure Jo b1WeMnc curatlre power that they oner One for any raw that It lies to tire Send for list of tMtlnxmbla Address F1 QIIEXEY k CU Toledo O sold by all UruntaU Take llallf family Pub for constipation The Methodist Meeting The meeting at the Methodist church began last Thursday night according to previous arrangement Rev E 0 Hobbs the evangelist 13 preaching to good congregations with great clear ness and force Sunday night he de livered a powerful sermon to a packed house and it was well received The meeting will continue through the week at 230 in thu afternoon and 730 at nightNOTE THE BROAD EVEN COLOR which goes on with every stroke of the brush dipped in our paints They flow BO freely and evenly that painting is a pleasure instead of a wearisome task The colors stay on too The paints are mode of mater ials that will stand a lot of wear and weather Give them a trial J A ALLEN Stanford Ky Danger is Lurking in it When your bathroom or lavatory isnt fitted up with modern sani tary plumbing Sewer gas is more dangerous in Winter than in Summer because ventilation is not so free You will ward oft dis ease by having your closets bath room kitchen sinks and etc over hauled We make n specialty of sanitary plumbing and do it scien tifically and at reasonable prices W K WARNER Phose 188 STANFORD KFNTUCKY A urratbdttIarritr l r THERE IS A DIFFERENCE In the style and finish of Ladies footwear as there is a difference In the character of people The maker usually puts his character into his shoes if he is one of the anything will do kind he will slight his work There f is nothing of this anything will do in our Zeigler shoes for ladies Trya pair of our new low shoes you will find them all you could wish in loot wear t FOR new fruit see John D Horton FOUNDA lads- o black straw hat on Logan avenue J B H ipgin KEEP your eye on the Country Store if you are hunting bargains JUST received a car load of American fence Its the best made George H FarrisSTHERE will be an Old Fiddlers Con test at Waltons Opera House Friday night week 20th FOR SALE Black mare good driver sound afraid of nothing in foal At Will Adams stable FOR SALE The members of the Baptist church will sell their parsonage to the highest bidder on June 13th county court day Onehalf cash bal ance in six months T D Newland ReynoldsTrustees Barn Lumber For Sale 120000 feet of Boxing Sheeting and Frame Lumber for Barn Pat terns which I will sell for cash or trade for Corn Hay1 or good Horses real me at RespectfullyC Ky Tim sale of the W J Edmlton prop erty at Crab Orchard which WM to have been disposed of yesterday lay Master Commissioner H R Saufley was deferred until county court day ic June on account of a technicality the procedure 1 Hubble Rev Strother of Danville preacned at McKendree Sunday Presiding Elder Robertson preached Friday night and Saturday morning but had a very small audience on account of the rain Saturday morning He did not hW quarterly conference on acount of tite church officers being absent Mr Bastin is putting up the telephone lines on the Danville pike thE were cut down a short time ago We hope there will be no more work cf tickind done in our community Ben Penman has put up a cream aC hops stand on Cherry street we are sorry to report We dont like to hove t hopeUncleis a temptation to boys to have these stands where they must pass going to and from school church and Sucdty school 1000poundsteetkilled Pierce Rankin and wife were visiting- Dr A G Rankin Saturday and Belt Master L B Sanders is gettingquite handy with garden tools While his father was plowing garden thacth er day he took and cut up aU the peas and piled them upIH J and A M Luce to build a tobacco barn it 1 e I Spring C1eaiglLMN III Is now in full sway and we gladly offer our assistance to the- articles I busy housewives by publishing a list of necessary which we have in stock subject to your ordersIBrooms dustpans scrub brushes mops cleanser sapolio stove polish blackoleiie matting matting tacks tack hammers lime white wash brushes screen wire IJ IJ IJ t of W E PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY L Th JUiIi i t IL rtinIR Hughes T W Humble W O Mil I New Line of Hos eryI III chiI I i silk co and i lisle extra thin and medium weight Prices 25 and SOc an extra value in on mil silk hose for 100 We are also showing a beautiful line of dropped stitched hose Black and colors r HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKYJ L r I IIr4 Motes and Accounts Collected We collect notes and accounts anywhere in the United States No tbargfis unless we collect Also look after claims of all kinds Bank references Correspondence solicited ii t AYS COLLECTION AGENCY MAY Mgr 1WOODSON Kentuc- kyAUTOMOBILES r 1 tWt02 I I 1 iAGENTS I SUPPLIES FORI AND ACCESSORIES 750aE M F 30 r it Haynes r 2000 I4 w- I BaKer Electric 2000 to 4000 21 StudebaKer Garford 4ooo to 4 6000 If interested Phone usJz I Bell 24 and we will gladly give you 1i demonstration J tt I Danville Ice CoalCoD o Ky- c I tf mI ttbt Cincoln County national Dank Of Stanford RentucRy r Capital 50000001 N Surplus 4300000 ResOur3 34000000 itgH SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIE- RJ B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W1 ROCHESTER ASST CASH I H C CARPENTERBDOKKEEPER HAYS FOSTER CLERK I- lDIRECTORSh TO Walker Stanford S Geo W CarterStanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T C Ran kin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W v H Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek SAVE YOUR FOWLS I poultryftmOOToo with absolute certainty to cure and prevent Gapes Cholera Itoup llmberneck Diarrhoea and nil forms of dis eaaea Afewdropsinthedrinkingwater keeps fowls poultry and bortcBourbon Iou1tryCurey- s l j EOUAL afnWWRlnoa HopklniTilltKT tryst I hays beeo riIchicJ eD forDead fhy year and Bouiboa Poultry CUte If be moat uosfaaoryremedy I hare erer UKd foe Choler a and t I MaovFactured only by XyULalyrI Bourbon Remedy Co All Druoolsta BOo per Bottle Trial Vial Free J For Sale by SHUQARS and TANNER FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN J882- CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 IN DIVIDENDS 216500 SafetyDepositOFFICERS JS Hooker President- S Harris Vice Ptesident John J McRoberts II C Baughman Asst Cashr W WSaunders Bookkeeper PPpa7Pan Icaiagton Leading HAS PAID Cashier DIRECTORS Reid Baughman Elmore Baugbman Hocker Murphy RURAL TELEPHONESM- R FARBIEU Make your home for family a city residence and place yourself in a position get the latest quotations any time can be accomplished by means of our telephone service Trhich you and neighbors can get for a sum that small comparedwith the received CI111or our nearest office write direct to Icadqanrters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Far jnerefLino rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone we tarn immediately interest you Our lined cover the States of Kentucky Tenneeeeo Mississippi Louisiana and the Southern pqrtion of and Ulimow TENNESSEE TEL TEL CO innOBPOBATKDI TO THE FARMERS fwHIeontlnuMo handle Fertilizer the McKinney sectlone and alk my ou Attoni to remember me j allo ask th- oaISVof many new customers UCHIPPLK London Ky Spring Summer Stock 3Tejrwir measure taken by a tailor ex trk T II your clothe wbethera low eveulngGiuttrklcb plainly indicate were made to 7uarnteaiuru 1 will olio take your mean avx for extra trousers fancy veils top JMM and overcoats Spring and Summer I ampksonband ruady lor your inspection HO The Tailor Sianford Icj J Mr r i ol T giving them nourbou It aura CUte for Incorporated Ixy U s A At i T F J H M D J M Pettus H C J F Cummins S T Harris oo C Robinson E C Walton J S W H as modern your as to market at This your is beaefits address or service Indiana EAST In Jaareaud of Bea RUPIiKY v Harry JacobsDe- alerIn and Manufacturer or Marble and Granito Monu monts Markers and Posts Ounietery and Lawn rcKlnDIKTL N TIME TKBLENo SI South llta PII No a South 10U A X No S4 North 4lW A aL No n North 61 P M No 11021 Au No9erl4o P x JOS S RICE Agent C G W Edward Former Lincolnite Writes of Farming Conditions In Okla homa STROUD OKLAHOMA May 2 To m many friends In old Kentucky We arrived at Stroud all right and found the country better than we ex pected It is a fine country to farm In the land being loose easy to work and very productive Wo had a frost on April 23 which did some damage to gardens and corn Most every one has corn plowed over I am farming some cotton and corn and am Rolnp to try a tobacco crop Cotton planting is the order ot the day The weather is good here now We have not had a very early spring have had more wind than usual I received naive Helms garden seed and have planted them Will- et you know how I tome out with my crops and garden later Wo always watch for the 1 J as it seems like get ting a letter from home I was very sorry to learn of such a heavy frost and freeze in Kentucky Wishing one and all success I remainrespectfullyG BidsFor Road Work Too High So Fiscal Court Will Have ReLetting The fiscal court at its meeting Wed nesday April 29th rejected all bide for crushed or broken stone to be spread on pikes because ull stone bids were too high or ut least the court so be lievedNew bids will be opened May 11th and any one desiring to bid must do so by sealed bids on or before 10 oclock pikesheretofore acceptedItcourt to let the successful bidder have the county rock crushed free of charge on these con tractsAll bids must be sent scaled to S K Dudderar Supervisor r Stock For Sale I have for mien hay mare Mule Jenrold and weigh 11110 pound Hound and cooti worker Also boy uare b years iKl Works any where and ladles have been driving her Hhe Is wound and Uu fair tad filer nilAII DtTNN llutonvlllo M HARNEi i The Bigger the Horse The better we appreciate the task of fitting him with suitable and ser viceable harness the making of the best of which is our special busi ness and hobby We are employers of expert labor only and give our men the very best materials to work with Hence we never fail to give complete satisfaction to our patrons And our charges arc also well appreciatedJ Stanford Ky I PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS J P CHANDLER Auctioneer I will conduct kind of sales In Lincoln and surrQundfog counties IT you want good for land or stock see me Stanford KDNo 1 M H JOHNSON Auctioneer I will conduct sales in ibis and sur rounding counties Satisfaction guar anteed Stanford KDNo 1 For Sale My housn and lot on Logan avenue Waltons Opera House horse and run about for sale E C Walton Stanford When Hungry OQTO Carson Restaurant Lancaster Htreet Stanford K Meals served at nil bouts uo toll TO PM nest placo lu wnfor a good quick meal Cooking to suit our customers our specialty Splendid new line of fancy Groceries Hot Coffee Saridwlcbei plea Butter milk nnd sweet milk etcalall times we A CARSON Prop A W CURD AUCTIONEER jBurgln Kentucky lama graduate of Jones National Hobool ol Auctioneers Chicago and have hnd ox In the cattle sales at the Union- titoekYardOhlcugo where we sold some thoroughbred av IilKU as lffO Also In hone sales where ere sales were made each day Auctioneering Is a nclenco nnd I have I studied It with IbllldPR Hee me before you arrange for your ache I can mafeosalet toyourudvantagePHONE y iA1tJlERtS DBPATli13IIT shtppersSQU T Selby ot Russell county sold 20 cattle here yesterday at 4J to Bic Two black Berkshire boars for sale three months old Geo Carpenter Two bluegrass seed strippers In first class condition cheap for sate II G Lutes FIVE good second hand buggies for sale B D Carter Stanford J K Baufthman of Huatonvllle sold 10 yearling mules to Robinson Yandell of Doyle at 149 a head W P Kincaid sold to J W Slavln of Garrard a nice saddler for 150 and traded a good one to W N Fowle of Rowland 1 will handle horses break them to ride and drive well at very reasonable charges Will Adams Stanford Capt B F Powell sold to W H Mur phy a yearling jack for 500 Mr She by also sold a bunch of 10 shoats at 10 centsSmith Baughman sold to Veatch Co of Mercer a fine jack Inst week for 500- Walter 0 Walker bought of C W Lovell five ypung mules by bL Smith Bughmans jack paying 102 for themTwo ewes came to place owner can get same by paying for this ad and their keep M Carson Moreland Ky 202 Walter S Weaver sold to Vlck Lear of Garrard to odd hogs for July dolly ery at Sc They will weigh 260 to 300 pounds at delivery Weaver also sold to Luke a finely bred saddle mare for 235 Four earoJd work horse for sale a good worker and driver M F Law rence R D 4 Stanford 218 The Federal grand jury at Covington indicted S K Hodgins of Winchester for an alleged shipment of sheep sold to have had scabbiea The Minks a former purse wlnnor for Col D N Prewitt of Danvillo which captured many a purse and was sold for 1200 in August was sold to Booth Thompson of Garrard county for 300 The two big gray fire horses which have done such valuable service in the Danville fire department were deliver ed to J H Baughmnn of Stanford who purchased the team at B G Foxs court day sale Darvllle Advocate There were only about 300 cattle on the market Monday and trading Will slow due the stockmen say to scarc ity of grass The horse market was rather slow asr due to high prices asked says Jordan the horse buyer of Wilmore He says that there has been n sharp decline in the horse market in the past few weeks A own in a flock of sheep of G M Harp near Milner that was attacked during pregnancy by a black and white spotted dog which chewed both of her ears oil and otherwise lacerated her dropped a black and white spotted lamb marked very much like the dog Mr Harp has 100 ewes with 121 lambs most of which are white and some en tirely black but this is the only spot ted one in the lot Some think that the fright given the ewe by the dogs at tack was responsible for the peculiar marking of the lamb A spotted sheep Is very unusual The ewe was so badly mutilated that there is no doubt of her IdentityWoodford Sun The Markets Cincinnati May p Cattle Receipts 399 market quiet and about steady fair to good shippers 635 to 7GO cctn mon 275 to 550 Hogs Receipts 1 857 market Slow 20e lower butchers aid shippers SCO to 9 70 common 8 50 to 8 75 Sheep Receipts 216 market steady 375 to 615 LambsMarket steady 575 to 815- Chamtxrlaina Stomach and Liver Tablets will clear the sour stomach sweeten the breath and create a healthy appetite They promote the flow of gastric juice thereby inducing good digestion Sold by G L Penny I Above the Smoke and Ashes The fire insurance policy carries the thoughtful man safe from loss Your ashes will turn into just so many good dollars and if there was ever money that looked like a godsend it is that which you reap from a policy that reimburses you foryourl03s by fire and that is doubly secure by being drawn by Fish PenningIon Stanford Ky Phone 200 4IIIJ ioo Yon Will get dies attheCROSSETl shoo store ISam Robinson Stanton ky SfH p RJfNCJ II 1M IstepIfeetCrossettShoe ey MAKES LIFES WALK EASY TRADE MARK new the the over Marathon Crossett everywhere Makertl E EeeE m 5333aW W- Everything Booming WwgentsIfand a and pricesi1 I i jf= Crab Orchard Kentucky M MESTOCK and dayjin least with best pone Louisville Lexington STANFORD KY also eoneral hitch and feed bhipcei MCAUTYlnvi EC WVLTONVPrc LR IIUQHESS Stanford Real Estate Co4 Stanford KentucKy rk Handled Commission Bonds Sold Property Notify UnyWrite Circular HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky Incurs Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Iraurnc STANFORD KY Residence Phone Mt omce1IC5 Insure with me be fully protected B D CARTERNow Llverv DopotStrootPhono 96- 8TANFhADKENTUCKY Polled Angus Bull t ray thorouslibrol Polled Angus at my place Somenot plko a 1 1 SO due when cow known to bJ with or part from O LOVICLL Stanford I J t S j E Ci This Crossett style is a snnppy model in new shade Boston Gray Just shoe to go with your gray sprnltsuit Made with nar row high toe our last Other styles give you a I wide range choice 4 to Lewis A Crotsett Inc NORTH ABINGTON MASS lIi IIj jabots ready mode shirt Let us show them a to you give you 10 jJ fiIB h ifyou have anything to sell in the LINE Take Nunnelleys New StockYards lib buy sol a ever tlio year except Sunday Bring on your stock market iu the State plenty f cod water covered ontiido of or We do W L V i Farms Town Property on Stocks Mind If you Hum to or Rent for to L R Man and wtil stand bull on Money calf W Ky new of to and and Bell J C McCIiryI 1m ISTANFORD Amusement and Enter tainmen Every Evening The liiteit and be runes theutoyinglolkt 1IronurrdtlllllbLInight Only and loo rKMILOIUKMHQKO IltoplCyritantor NOTICEThose hftvl claim mint it the estate of IlIenfproperlyIng the e t 0 are immediate y CEO H PRUITT Administrator Mrs Belle lUco L