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WANT STREETS OILED THIS SUMMER. george y now sits on;england's throne. At Ripe Old Age. STANFORD BOYS DO FINE IN TRACK MEET. I Penny And McRoberts J. F. Edmiston, Sr., of Crab Orch-aril- , Crosses The Dark River. King Edward VII Hies Last Week J. F. Eilmiton, Sr., died nt his home And World Mourns Death of at Crab Orchard Sunday morning after Beloved Monarch. London. May "J Death, which does nut spire tho mcanost of Imortals, drew hit scythe over the throne of ItrlUIn lust Friday night ami King Edward breathed his lait. TVn days ago, when lie returned to England from n vacation, he appeared to be In tho very best of A week ago he wni stricken with whteh. however, did not bronchitis seem serious enough to be published Tuesday, when the nitton until first learned th it their beloved ruler was nick According to the King's physicians broMlutM developed Into pneumoto nia but thus far they have refused state whether this was the immedlnte caue of his death. Tho Prince of Wales succeeded to the crown immediately, according to the without official laws of the kingdom, ceremony, taking th titlo of George - ,1 health. Ut i Ji ' , ThpapUal received the news without excitement, but sadly, for tho King v with lus own people was unquesltona-iilpopular rulers in in nf thimMit th world They reg.rded him as one -' of the strongest forces making for staempire. billty of the pence of the AUMMMIY or BUW ABO'S LU'B. ard Emperor Regarding Sale of Liquor Handed boys won is as follows: Coleman, StanShot put 16 Kunds Down By Judge Saulley. ford, first; Downing, I Lexington, sec9, 11I. secomi cniiu ber Disand eldest son of Queen Metoria and- Two important decisions affecting ond; Simpson, Louisville, third. Cotance, .'19 ft. 11 in. her contort, l'rince Albert of Soxe tho sale of liquor in local option terri Running broad jump Singleton, Stanburp Ootna. Vlories wi-r- handed down by Judge M. ford, first; Guyn, Lexington, second; IMS. lo the C Saudoy Vi Married February 10. at Harrodsburg, where he Roth, Louisville, third. Distance. 20 Princess Alexandra of Denmark. U holding Albert emptory court now He gave per- ft II in. follows: -- Six. as Children instructions to the jury trying Runnning high jump Singleton, of Victor, Duke of Clarence and AondaIo the cases of the Commonwealth agninst ' Stanford, first; Rubel. Louisville, secopdhoir presumptive, died 1SW; George, W, A. Hottom, a saloon keeper of ond; Drcvenstedt, Louisville, third. , Prlnsoof Wales. Iuua. I)uches of charged with violating the G 2 .Fife Victoria, unmarried; Maud, Queen local option laws of Harrodjburg. Dot- - Height, ft. 12 in. Hammer pounds Coleman, Stan if "Korwav! Alexander, died in infancy. torn was recently tried in the nohce ford, first; Simpson, Louisville, second; & ' Ascended Throne -- Succeeded Queen court at tiarrodsburg on live warrants Downing, Lexington, third. Distance, 100 J. J Victoria, January 22. typhoid fever in charging him with bringing whisky into 112 ft. 7 in. : Seriously ill with the town for tho purpose of sale. He Everyono of the schools represented i&Ii. Recovery source of national re- - was fined J1U0 in each case and civen a declared for another meet next May rcing. jail sentence aggregating I'M days. An and a permanent organizations, called 1874 Grand Master of Free appeal was iMUlled taken In each case to the the Transylvania Ath, kSafens. circuit court. 1875-C- ; letic Association, was formed. Canada Toured Indian Umpire Bottom claimed that the sale of the Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Louisville, KW,Unitcd States In 1SC0. whisky was made in Lawrenceburg. but Lexington, Stanford, Threlkeld, LawCambridge and Ed In LJMiicated Oxford, the lower court it was proved that renceburg and Owingsville were repre r fi&rgh Universities. he collected for the liquor at Harrods-bursented. A largo crowd witnessed the frqured Orient with Dean Stanloy fc Judge Saufley held that Rottom contests and stayed, although at times W,' jLlberal patron of arts. had a right to collect for his goods as sportsman, winning English wherever they were delivered and that the rain was fierce. td The winners received blue ribbons, iiTiWy three times. he could not be convicted for it. The AHnpllihed as a linguist and mu-- 1 Southern Railway woa also recently which were placed on display in 'the window at Penny's. ' fined in the police court for hauline Prince ' Wieeaor on throne-Geor- ge, whisky into Harrodsburg. Judge SaufIi ',1''rWaU, whoso wife was Princess Ma- ley gave similar instructions in this Short Hemp Crop frWofTetk, his cousin, and who nan case. U win betrothed to his brother before he Again Expected And $0 Is Being Feland Special Judge. F'aid For New Crops. V YHratiibs Nominate For Congress. Judge F. R. Feland stopped over In So short was the hemp crop in this A Pi Ian fffnlilhltinn convention at Lou- - Danville for a short time en route from section the past season that buyers are Lawrenceburg to Monticello, where he already offering $6 for crops yet to be ,,tvifee'lMt week; which was attended is appointed a special judge. Ho was grown. The local agency for Spears & W. Carpenter, of this county, as t'kyA. reared in Boyle county nnd is related Sons, of Paris, has bought hemp in all committeeman, the followifcg to tho Felands of Hoylo and L'incoln the surroupding counties. Great wagon "& nominations for Congress wore made: He is one of the most noted bads of the crop have been received counties. First dUtrict. Kv. J. Henry Ballard, attorneys in the State. Advocate. here from Boyle, Casey, Garrard and Second district, Louis Han- , Paducab; as far away as Mercer county. The cock, Providence; Third district, Prof. warehouse here has been kept very ! W. I. CasseJy, Bowling Green; Fourth Unveiling At Danville. busy during tho receiving season. The l district. Rev. R. It. Hoe, Bardstown; price paid has averaged about $5 dur 1 Fifth district, Dr. J. II. Stroud, Louis- The Confederate monument erected ing this seasen. uwing to tho enor ville; Sixth district, Prof. Wm. Volres, by the Kate Urecktnrldge, Chapter of mous production of tobacco in this and i Miltewn; Seventh district, Kev. C. J. the If. D. C. of Danville, now stands surrounding counties last season, tho Nmrent. New Castle; Eighth district, ready for unveiling. The shaft stands homp crop was very light, and it is es Aaron S. Watkins, WUraore; Ninth dis- northwest '' rk:t, Itev. Arthur T. O'Roar. .Cynthi- -' on the which is thocorner of McDowell timated mai me coming season s pro Park, public park of the m: Tenth district, W. G, Patrick, of city. A statue of Capt. Robert Logan duction will not be much heavier. . Klmbrell; Eleventh district, J. C. Mc surmounts the monument, It is said that probably the largest crop of hemp grown on ono farm in Xee, LoBdon. Logan was the organizer and Capt. captain of a company of Confederate Kcntucxy during last season was on Coulter-Mill- s. soldiers from Boylo In the Civil War. what was recently the Beazley place, Tho unveiling of the monument will be within less than two miles of LancasMiss held May May 20, under the auspices ter. T. B. Walker had a tract of 185 , The wedding of John Mills to acres and B. F. Hudson and Jas. House celebrated at the of the U, D. C. rReea. Coulter was also cultivated a large acreage of this bride In Ellbburg, Casey of the staple, all parts of the same farm, and ? county Tuesdajf, Itev. Afonzo Jeffries Judges Cct Their Raise. making altogether a tract of 400 acres. f officiating, The groom is the popular As the land has been in grass for years, Casey county. The bride, J aMewer of Attorney George C. Webb, of Lex wfeo la a most excellent lady, is a sister Ington, special judge agreed upon to the quality and abundance of the yield j was unprecedented and second to none Alfred Coulter, of Danville. try the caso of J. W. Cammvdc, circuit grown1 in the State. judgo. against rrank P. James, audi tor, to test the constitutionality of the Powers' Friend On Tripod. btaie Auanor tranic i: James was law providing for the increase in the painfully Injured by falling from a A dispatch irom somerset ssys mat salaries of tho circuit judgea $1,200 a i streetcar in Frankfort. Mr. Jamea J. F, Coffey, of Williamsburg, friend year, has decided that the act of the was attempting to get off the car, i'of Caleb Powers, arrived la Somerset Legislature is constitutional. The case which started before he had gotton off. and teek charge of the editorial col will not be appealed. He lost his footing and was dragged a Republican In be. uawa of tho Somerset considerable distance beforo the car half of Powers in his race for the re McCormack Making Cood. could be stopped. Mr. James was badpublican nomination for Congress ly bruised, but no bones were broken. C. Edwards. against D. union aicwormacK seems in lor a M fine year in tho Uluo Grass League. Lvery family and especially those N,ever hesitate about giving Cham- - He pitched a 1 to 0 game for Paris who reside In the country, should be .ber Iain's Cough Remedy to children against Richmond, scoring the only run provided at all times with a bottle of cantatas no opium or other narcotics after lining out a It that was Chamberlain's Liniment. There Is no mm en be given with Implicit confl followed by a tit for three bases by telling when it may bo wanted in case $mt. As a qiriek cure for coughs and Goodman, after two men were out. of an accident or emergency. It is M)dB to which children are susceptible, McCormack't pitching was a feature. most excellent In all cases of rheuma It la UMwrpaaeed. Sl by G. L. Pen He allowed only two hits aid hit one tism, sprains ana bruises. Sold by G. L. Penny. bats Bias, "oftfteat Britain and Ireland, India, etc. of Horn-Novem- kA.bert Edward-Edw- VII -- Kins an illness nf several weeks of parnlyBis. He U survived by his wife, three sons, The Stanford High School was coverJ. R.. W. D. andJ, F. Edmiston. Jr.. ed with glory at the Intercollegiate and threo daughtcrs-Mcsdam- es W. W, in Lexington, when its represenHurgln, Levi Eltlvr nnd J. I). Anderson. Meet tatives took third honors, being beaten Ho olio leaves two brothers nnd a sisonly by two such strong schools as Louter, Messrs John Edmiston, of Crab Lexington. Tho former Orchard, ami D II Edmiston, of I,ouh isville and made SI points to 21 for Lexington and vllle, nnd Mrs. N A. McClure, of the U0 for Stanford. Eight schools were Knst End. represented. Harris Coleman and Waln devout member of Dce4ed was tho HaptiU church and nn excellent lace Singleton did th. winning for Stan citlsen. He as71 years old and a ford, each taking both of the events in grenter portion of his life had been which he was entered. The Lexington spent in the Crab Orchard section, Leader said: The first surprise came when Roth, where he was a merchant for many years nnd where he was held in high of the Louisville High School, steps ped the 100 yardi in ten arid os teem The burial nurred in the Widows' seconds. Then catno Coleman, of Stan31) feet und 11 add OrhanV eometery nt Crab Orchard ford, who Hit the shot Immediately afterwords he inches. and a kirge crowd was present hammer 112 feet to seo their friend and neighbor laid swung the away until the resurrection morn. A nnd 7 inches. While not so powerfully built, he was easily the best at the good man has gon to his reward. In 1878 Mr. birnixton made u strong weight. The greatest contest perhaps of the race for sheriff ngninst Walter Saunders, father of W W. Saunders, of meet was when Singleton, of Stanford, this city, but Mr Saunders removal of and Guyn, of Lexington, fought for the the notorious llndicuwnter nnd hH gen- distance in the broad jump, which was finally won by Singleton at the distance eral Hilarity tmlled him through. of 20 feet and 11 inches, with Guyn doing 20 feet and S inches. This event Important Decisions was pulled off in a driving rain. Tho summary of events in which local two-fifthto-d- characters Neither party was hit larris Coleman and Wallace Sinout ueorgo iieim, a bystander, from Council Will Be Asked To Take An election of two trustees of the Danville, was struck in the head by a gleton Win Both Invents In Steps To Keep Down Dust Stanford Graded nnd High Schcol was strny bullet nnd seriously hurt. It Which They Entered. On Thoroughfares. held at the college building Saturday could not bo learned who fired the shot Mr. G L. Penny was plac ed on tho ballot to succeed tho late Dr. L It. Cook, and II. J. McRoberts te I hero was no oppo succeed nimseir. sition to these gentlemen but notwithstanding that fact a good vote was cast. Mr. Penny was trustee for years and made an excellent one, but resigned some 12 months ngo when ho was elided county chairman of the democratic party. The board of trustees Is now composed of the following gentlemen: W H. Wearen. T. D. Rsnoy, H.J. McRoberts, G L. Penny nnd Dr. W. H. O'Unnnon, all good men. Juit as wc were come to nress a nls. School Trustees At tolduel occurred In Macksvllle between Jeir urvant nnd will l,ee, notorious NeElection Held Sattisday. gro afternoon. that struck Helm. Close Relatives Here. Miss Julia Lee Rochester, Killed In Seattle, of Kentucky Blood. Miss Julia Lee Rochester, who was killed in the streetcar wreck in Scattlo in which Judge W. C. Bell lost his life, was a first couiin of Welch Rochester, of this city. Her father, Judge G. A.C. Rochester, now a prominent attorney of Seattle, yours ago lived in Stanford. Ho 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 Danville on the property df M. J. Farris. It is said that nobody has been buried there for more than 60 years and that most of the interments were made 75 to 100 years ago. Most of tho s bear the name oj 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 bruised 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 satisfactomb-stone- Many business men up nnd down Main are very onxtous for tho city council to oil Main street and Danville avenue this summer, so as oo away with to a great extent tho dust nuisance There Is talk of getting up a petition to present to tho council, asking that this nctlon bo taken, and it is believed that the city fathers will accede to the wishes of their constitu-entA prominent business man on Main street said in discussing the mat street and residents p. ter: Mrs. Robert Boyle Dies In Lancaster After a Long Illness Other Garrard News. Mrs. Robert Boyle died at her home Lancaster, after a lingering illness, due to Bright's disease. She was about G5 years old and leaves a husband, four daughters. Mrs. Ojee Sisk, Lancaster; Mrs. Charles Scott, Cincinnati; Misses Huldah and Margaret Boyle, of Lancaster, and four sons, Henry, Nat, Leo and Oscar Boyle. The C U. Preps., of Danville, played the Lancaster High School team at Lancaster Friday. The score stood 3 to 2 in favcr of Lancaster. The Mary Walker Price Chapter U. D. C will meet Monday afternoon nt 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 11,000. It caught from a stove in the back of the house. .Joe Haselden bought of J. 1. Hamilton the property, known as the Currey homestead, for $6,000. The city coun'1 appropriated $500 to the improvement of the public sauare, provided a like amount be given by the fiscal court and by private subscription. Tuesday, May 10th, was set aside as cleaning-uday, the ladies of town to superintend tho work nnd to be furnished with workmen and also a wagon and in p I t torily. Judge Bethurum Will Not Make Race For Congress if t Against Mr. Helm. The Louisville Times says: L. W. Bethurum, of Mt. Vernon, Ky., who made the race lor uongre93 two years ago, on the republican ticket in the 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 Customhouse urged him to be a candidate again. He was defeated two veirs ago by Harvey Helm by a majority of x.uuo. "I would be willing to contribute to a fund to buy the oil necessary in tho experiment, in addition to paying my uuai taxes. It might be necessary to oil tho streets twice during the first summer, but after the oil has become well worked into the dirt, once a year would suffice. We hear so much nowadays of the spread of disease through germs, and there is no surer carrier of all sorts of deadly germs than tho dust which lies during the summer. This can be effectively settled byjthe use of oil. All tho progressive cities which have not paved streets, uso oil nn 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 more popular step this summer. It did a: splendid work in providing for the gen eral cleaning up; now let it go a step further and oil the streets." Many others have endorsed these sentiments. In addition to keeping down effectively the insufferable dmt of summer, the oiling of streets is said to drive mosquitoes away. The only disadvantage which is said to accompany the oiling of thoroughfares is that, until it has gotten well worked in, it sticks to buggy wheels more or lesi, and thus endangers the pretty whiteskirts of tho women. However, the oil soon works into the soil of the street and but little discomfort is then experienced on that score. Inter-Scholast- - Knights of Pythias Mr. Bethurum said he would not con sent to make the race. "Some people refuse to run, he said, on account of their health, others because of private Attend The District Meeting At affairs. I have some private business Lancaster In Large Numbers. affairs, hence I shall not run again." Arch Bailey Elkin, ? i i i 4 team. Judge E. W. Harris has just com Former Stanford Boy, Graduates pleted the enumeration of the children From Big Medical College In of the Lancaster graded school district, Atlanta. finding the number to be 331, an increase of 25 over last year. Invitations to the commencement ex- ercisea of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, at Atlanta, Ga., have been Barr Not Guilty. received here. Among the graduates is Archibald Bailey Elkin, a former Tho jury in the case of Robert Barr, Stanford boy, and a son of Col. and Jr., charged with complicity in the kill- Mrs M. F. Elkin. It is expected that ing of Hiram Hedges, who was shot to Dr. Elkin will make his home permanently for the practice of his profesdeath by night riders in Nicholas coun sion at Atlanta, being associated with ty two years ago, returned a verdict of his cousin, Dr. W. S. Elkin, who is one not guilty. General satisfaction was of the most eminent surgeons in Geormany friends of "Archie experienced with the verdict, as Barr gia. The he is known Dock," as at home, will proved a strong alibi. wish him much success as he enters actively upon his life work. If your stomach is out of order or Can Sell Patent Medicines. distressed, no matter from what cause, stomach tablets will give in stant relief and cure indigestion, acuto The court of appeals has decided that or chronic, or money back. Guaran the law providing for license of $100 to be collected from all persons selling teed by G. L. Penny at 50c. patent medicines, Is unconstitutional, except as to druggists. Wm. Googe, of Richmond, aed G5 years, white, was sentenced to two W. R. Hearst has sued the Courier years in the penitentiary for breaking Journal and Henry Watterson for $100,- -' into a neighbor's smoke-hous- e and tak 000 each in the federal court tor the publication of Mayor Gaynor's speech ing a ham. and editorial delivered before the mem- ham nf thn AnanrlAtml Prpatl In Kaw York, in which Hearst was accused of Skin Diseases Readily Cured By a Simple Home Remedy all sorts of crimes and misdemean ors. If you are suffering from any form of A touch of rheumatism, or a twinge skin or scalp disease, would you like to neuralgia, whatever the trouble is, get prompt relief and be permanently of Chamberlain's Liniment drives away cured by a clean liquid preparation for the pain at onco and cures the comexternal use? Mr. G. L. Penny, the plaint quickly. First application gives druggist, has this remedy in stock and relief, bold by U. L. Penny. wants his customers to know that It is Eight hundred bodies were taken out recommended for Eczema, Blackheads, Pimples, Dandruff, Tetter and other of the ruins of houses at Cartago, Cos diseases of the skin and scalp. Zemo ta Rica, as a result of the earthquake, has made some remarkable cures, and It is estimated the dead will be overl,with each purchase of Zemo, Mr. Penny 500. The whole place was destroyed. Mi-o-- Diadem Lodge No. 81, Knights of Pythias, sent over a good delegation to the district meeting of the Py thians at Lancaster Monday night. An open meeting was held at the Christian church at 2:30 o'clock. The program rendered was as follows: 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. Ireland. Solo. Address by Grand Chancellor. Address by Grand Keeper fof Records and Seals. Solo. Address L. L. Walker. Music. Dismissal Rev. O. P. Bush. Music. Executive Session at Castle Hall 4:15. Evening Session 7:30. Conferring Rank of Knight. Refreshments at Kengarlan Hotel. In addition to the Diadem Lodge del- .... egations were present from the follow- ing lodges: Ivanhoe No. 47, Winchester; Pilot No. 78. Ford; Paint Lick No. 123, Paint Lick; Estill No. 159, Irvine; Madison No. 160, Valley View; Camp Dick No. 161, Bryantsville; Normal City 163, Richmond. John D. Rockefeller would go broke if he should spend his entire Income trying to prepare a better medicine, than Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for diarrhoea, dysentery or bowel complaints. It is simply impossible, and so says every one who has used it. Sold by G. L. Penny. The splendid work of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets is daily coming to light. No such grand remedy for liver and bowel troubles was ever known. Thousands bless them for curing constipation, sick headache, biliousness, jaundice and indigestion. Sold by G. L. Penny. r, ) fJmtM Jki iii. - 1 - . ,- '.'V"t,r,u',rf "" m tn will give you a booklet on skin diseases anil you can diagnoso your own caso For Sale. and bo cured in your own home without any inconvenience or loss of time from Small, well Improved farm, just out business by this clean, simple preparaside of town limits, between Stanford tion. and Rowland; has splendid house, with nil mvpHRrv ntitliniMintrnT niw Imrn. battle-- 1 n After 12 years the ,, uow, ,i ,er ,innr Ha- , ship Maine is to be removed from barjl bave aUo ,01 6Croa 0f land 2 vana narouruHi wie oouieswo.cn went mUeg from Uowana on Dix river nnd down with the vessel will be Interred count roa(J whlch a , Krasa Bnd in the National cemetery at Arlington. Umbe wlth ton ot20acre,. which A bill providing for such removal and ,, , cutlvaUon. For Information call naa pawea tne nouse ana aen. on or addreaa Frank Cordler, Rowland, nuriai Ky. ate. -f5 veivecy. KWflhes the luce, "StateTit9.8o7 common "&76&I.9U6 cure Railroad Men Killed. Two men from Livingston, working with a concrete ganjr on the L. & 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' lee was broken In two place. Durham kuvet a family. , ju " r PAGE TWO THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. Senators Give $1,050 Double Your Profits by Using an 0 0 0 EVERY TUBSDAY AND FRIDAY 0 WW WW I'cr Year In Advance. At 0 A dispatch from Washington says that moved by tho earnest pies of Sen- A sk any man who uses one. 51 per cent, of the food value of com 0 Publisher 8HELT0N ator Bradley, 12 United States Sena- 'Is contained in the shucks, cob. leaves and stalk, 10 per cent in the 0 completed by their individual grain, therefore com hand- led by cutting and shocking 0 Entered at the Tost Offlco at Stan- tors a fund of $1,030 for tho re in the field loses 51 per cent, by putting in the SILO 0 Second Class mall. ford, Kjr.i as lief of Mrs Eliza V. C. Farris, of Lan 5 per cent, total food value 0 EY saved by feeding through the 0 caster. Senator Bradley's bill provid SILO is 05 per cent. Why continue to waste HH half of your feed and have 0 The Initial number of Danville's new ing $1,000 for her relief had been re HTO paper, The Messenger, is just off the jected by the Senate Claims Committee poor stock? When the INDIANA SILO is within the 0 press, and it docs credit to even such officially because of the contention that reach of all and fully guar S185 SILO holds 0 antccd. to grant it would establish an embnr nine acres of corn and splendid newspaper men as Louis K feeds 28 cattle six months. 0 and Charles T. White. It will be rassing precedent. Also agent for the most eiuilnitc and omtin 0 VV Senator Reed Smoot, of Utah, n mcntS, Cutters. Practical issued twice a week at $1 50 a year. nml mm rh'V.ltnr 0 Every stick in the office is new, from member of the committee, was touched and loader. 0 : IMBW the press down, and the ads and news by Senator Bradley's recital of the 0 matter aro as nice and clean as the il War services of Mrs, Farris, who was 0 by the Ameri- known as tho "Angel of the Hospital." splendid type produced 0 Founders Co can make it. AGENT can Type Mrs. Farris during the war turned The editorial column is a Rem, but of her house into a hospital 0 and ministercourse that was expected with such a 0 brilliant writer as Louis Landram on ed therein to the wounded soldiers of 0 the tripod, and the local column is as the Union army without charge. She full of news as an egg is of meat. The also visited Camp Dick Robinson, in 0 So Light You Can Lift if life blood of the paper the advertise- Garrard county, as a nurse and her acts 0 ments are there in abundance too. The Yet So Strong jou 0 very happy generally arc among the finest tradiunder new paper starts 0 auspices and the press of the State will tions of Senator Bradley's homo coun Cannot Break it. 0 unite in wishing the youngster a hearty ty, Garrard. welcome and long life. 0 Thots how every one o "Mrs. Farris is one of the best and 0 women," said Senamost our carriages made just Hustonville. 0 tor Bradley, "She is also a woman of iook nt our uuggies, if 0 rare intelligence and sweetness and XflhEfc'' IPeStH you want to sec car 0 one of the best families in Charles Wheeler, T. L. Carpenter mother of nages built in the best 0 and George Tucker were elected trus- Kentucky. Her father, William Hos- tees of the trraded school Saturday. kins, of Garrard, county, although he possible materials and 0 Jacob Wall, the cleverest huckster in owned a number of slaves, was a strong 0 in the liest possible way the Green river valley, will have ripe Union man and offered to give them nil 0 spring chickens within a week. and sold nt the lowest L. C. Dunn, who has been taking a up if necessary to save the Union. Her 0 possible price. treatment for nervous trouble, has re niece, the daughter of Col. William 0 Remember you look at real carriages here not a picture turned home greatly improved. Hoskins, of Twelfth Kentucky, was 0 mett McCormack has returned from a the wife of Gen. Dan R. Collier, who book. Established 1S72. The Interior Journal. 1 For Relief of Mrs. Eliza Farris, "Angel of The Hospital." INDIANA SILO. "$ MAY loth 1010 SAUFt-E- Y won Hats 1 Lan-dra- m Hl H Civ- R. E. GAINES. 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ofT kind-hearte- d I I tPlaiSzSx is the The best hat made John B. Stetson. We sell them at $3.50 J4 and $5 and carry them in the full older mens shape. Also a great variety of shapes to-d- ay Em- - u r, I? Same, pec. 2 from Mm. Mnttie Bring Your Produce To Us. White's gate to Boyle county line 30 rods stone. Stanford A limb Branch pike tec 1 We hve opened a produce Koine oo from Stanford A Lancaster piko to nd will pjr ihe hignett mukrt inert Rush Branch, 25 rods stone. price lor all kindi of country ptoduce. Bru ui til Same, sec. 2, from Hush Branch to your iiufl. M. O. BASTINc CO.. Hubble, 20 rods stone. SlufonJ, Ky. pike, sec. Stanford it 1 from Stanford to Baughman's gate, Dr. Tom Bohon. H. Y. Bohon. son of O 20 rods stone. has arrived home from Old Mexico and Texas, where he has been establishing Same, sec. 2, from Bnughmnn's new territory for the Kentucky wagon gate to BywatcnT" gate 15 rods none. UrloR your lltaekiniuhlnit ami crn-ra- t Manufacturing Co., of Louisville. He uovliiK n Stanford A Dix River pike sec. 2 repair work lo me. llor has been traveling for the firm several ?V.!!"c!'on euarnnlwd, tliup opposite from Hayden's Switch to TraykirV l'lillllpi' coiicriteatorf. (5. L. Penny years and is one of their ablest sales R. 11. Collev K. 11. Coleman men. He is delighted with the SouthLane, 20 rods stone. Htanford, Ky. ern country and will return to that field Stanford it Lancasterpike tec. 1 for his company about Sept. 1. from Stanford to Logiitr. Inuo 25 Grant North, census enumerator in rods stone. No. 1, which is the largest precinct in Stanford & Vnyncfhurg pike, fcc. the West End, will complete his work 1 from Stnuford by Wednesday and has not had an asto Otteiibeim piki, sistant in his work. j rods stone. The ladies of the C'W. B. M. will Same mc 2, from Otteiibeim pike i give an icecream nnd strawberry suproad at of per Friday evening next, in the college Put tho Cook In a Good Humor to May wood Co. Knob, 20 rod building. Don't fail to attend. Will make hens lay, cure them Will McKinney and Lud Evans, the by providing her with a sack of Same, see. 3 from Mnywood Co, lightning barn builders, have gone to Baughman's Fancy Patent No. 1 of dNeiire and keep them in roud to Carter'H Store, 10 rods Bovle county with their crew of assistgood thrifty condition. Stanford A Hustonville pike sec. l &uwuamra iit ants, where they hqve several con- flour, Then she will have a chance to show for fair what a fine baker from Stanford to Cash's store 30 rod The incrCHM' in the number tracts. DndertaKers and Embalrr. of egg laid, will more than pay Mon'gomsry & Earle'slstoro at Wheat she is. With such fine flour as stone. ert. Ao Dealers in Furfor the Miinll expeiiM) of feeding. Valley report business still increasing Baughman's Fancy Patent No. 1 Same, wc. 2, from Cash's store to nnd they have made several large or- she knows she cannot make any ex- Hanging Fork creek, .'10 rods stone. niture, Mattings,Rugs. They It i sold at Penny " Drug ders recently in ordar to supply their cuse for poor baking. Order a sack Store. ill exchange Furniture for Siiine, sec. .'!,from J lunging Fork y and see what lovely bread, customers. creok to Hustonville, 10 rods stone. ill Kinds of Stock. Give Mrs. Emmett McCormack and daugh- biscuits, cake and pastry will be tle Hustonville A Cofley' mill pike, Them a Call. Price Right. ter, Mi3s Rose, were in Lexington latt result. sec. 1 from Hustonville to Win week shopping. J. H. Baughman & Co. r20 rod stone. IJLl STANFORD. - KENTUCK Y The company for which Miss Ruby Iltistmivillo A Danville pike fee. 1 . FQ Huston sells extracts, polish, and toilet from lhittouville to Black pike GO n Dinninrn. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! m articles, oilers a liberal cash donation rods stone i I cwlgc No. o. K.A lllnift to the church whose members combined InLincoln coiiimunlratlPi) (ill A.M. llnl hikI Same, see. 2, from Black pike to stittwl rut li I cAn'lurntili tliv nubile with Hie m buy the most goods from her during third Mondii) llltliti of i Bell inolltll. lit 7: , Bole Co. line 20 rods stone. I he In iliot uli'iu j1oit. plnuu of on limln In the months of June and July. She will o'clock tlii'lr hull tUtpr lodi.pnre frit, Ky. MemUriof McKinney A Coffey's mill pike tec. all kind., bullw. potted ruMri,u on uliort notice. AIo initki- n clnlly vrttlia keep the record of all sales and report ternnlly ln lied to lw prt tent T. V. l 2 from Old Toll Gate" Hoiico to Fair (or (or Hec teC- r--$ Iu coiiniotlon b tlitiilot, 1 Imve nil the winner. place 25 rods of stone. fclncln o( vvgi'lublrt on hand nt rvuMjimule prim. , Danville it Lnncastor pike, whole CIIHIrtTMANdltKKNIIOUHKH. ilr- li C3'X3 Kb IIUIIHAKU, I'HOII. road, 15 rods stone. Have You Seen The Comet? Htim'iril.Ky Lincoln it Boyle pike, whole road, 5 rods stone. Eirly Risers Can Now .View Hea-T- OHanging l'ork and Hubble pike from Rush Branch pike to Danville venly Phenomenon With Nakand Lancaster pike 5 rods of gravel. ed Eye. "Wenreln poiltlon todonll klnrU of con A rod of stone or gravel shall con- cretlug, iucu an lllock Work, l'uveiuontt aiid. In fact, we can mnko unv tlilnit from r Letting WEDNESDAY. MAY 11 sist of 225 cubic feet. Early risers in Lincoln and adjoining liouie down to a fiwice pott. Wo ciui aervn 1910, Hand broken stone and gravel you promptly nnd suurunteo Hrft'Olnit counties can now see the celebrated wore nnu material. Uiill and get our prlcei Halleys comet. As the comet is now nonce is nereuy given mat i, uu must lve oil margin of road or section uvjurr j uu uuj your inntvrjni at leant. plainly visible to the naked eye, and as A ill pi 2? 2 of Lincoln people have been Supervisor of turnpike roads for Lin- by Sept. 15, 1910. All gravel must HJ thousands I eagerly waiting to see it, the following coln county, Ky., will until 10 o'clock lie spread before Oct. 15, 1010. All w H metal is to be measured by the super-viso- r explanation will enablo all local "star- Stanford, Ky. gazers to find it readily. .Once found. A.M.Wediietduy .May U, 1010 receive his assistant who may desigor gaze at it steadily and you will be able eealed bids for stone iiud gravel con- nate when and where it is to be to trace its filmy tail a great distance tracts on the various section of turn- spread. All crushed stono must Ik? across the skies. spread not later than Jan. 1, 11)11. First locate the morning star, a viv- pikes in faiil Lincoln county, Kv. e w For tioute, rcnrrlace and len palnllnK ? itaiM-idly bright object directly in the east, All stone furnished must be good, hanulnealiu liuuirv lrliiiiiilmr All bids for fiiriiWiinir. haulinir. -of all kind I nucli u topt recovered curtalna Iffthen look to the left a distance of apS sound, hard limestone or cjuurtz and und booUmade. HtonoverAldrldue't black s1 parently 30 feet, and then up an appa breaking nnd spreading Mono ami broken into piece not to exceed two lllltll hop West nuin nt., Hiumoru Ky., gravel must be scaled and filed with TLOIIM.NO.BiH- rent aisianco oi au reel. inches iu diameter. The gravel must J J. UKI.UKN. The glowing object which at first ap- moon or neiore iu ocjock A. m., pears to be a star glimmering lazily is Weduealay.May 11 1010, at Stanford, be clean and flinty. The court or its representative may the comet. It will grow brighter as Ky"., and no bids will bo received of after you look, however, and the long tai1, that time. Contracts will bo let to reject any material not of proper size flowing up to the right, is easily or quality. Bidden timet say wheththo louect and best bidders, iiud con (Irn. If you attempt to view the comet structors will bo required to give bond er stone will be broken by hand or I ilelre to tvll nrltatvlt mv ttook of butl-nni. cvrlriand IlardHiirr )olni a good from the street, take care to shield with surety, to be approved by me, crushed. Will linolcu about IJ.JKI. llruiou your eyes from all streetlights, as this The supervisor reserves the right to llluralib for tho faithful performance of thoir light blurs the vision and makes the (IFO. 1) ilOrTKU. HlaiiforJ.'.ICy. I51nnk forms reject any nml comet almost invisible. contiaets mid for nil penalties and on which bids all link may be madu can bo The best time to see the comet is be- damages for failure to to crforiii tween 3:10 to 4 a. in. At 3:15 it Is per- their contracts within tho time mid obtained from the county clerk. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE ! To Sell Call haps at its best. At 3:30 the eastern Copies of bonds may bo obtained at Those having claims against the cs on the dimly suffused light of under the conditions hiioiuaftcr men mo county V sky takes tate of Geo. II. Saufley, deceased, are crka ollice. day. and this detracts from tho bril- -' tioned. notified to nresent same to the under. .S. K. liance of the heavenly tramp. As late signed, properly proven, for payment. Stanford A Danville pike see. 1 Stanford, Ky. 'Phone 153. as 4 o'clock, however, the comet is Those owing him will please make setSupervisor Turnpike Roads for n plainly visible and may be seen as late from Stanford to Mrs. Mnttie White', tlement with me at od9. George L. 30 rods stone. TIIURMAN K. TUDOR, Manager. as 4:15. County. Penny, administrator. 350-ac- re blue-grasSom-eii- trio through Adair county, where he was my friend as long as he lived. It bought 150 sheep at $4 a head and is all very gratifying to me. The sub wants more. Commencement exercises of Huston scription is without precedent." ville Gtaded School will be held in the Christian church next Friday. All are Two Boarders For Uncle Dink. invited to attend. The baccalaureate sermon by Rev C. Constable Joe Record, of tho Waynes-bur- g R. Blain at the Christian church Sunsection, brought to jail here Dave day night deserves to be memorized by every student. The large audience gave Hicks, who was fined $25 and given 30 marked attention to his able effort, so days In jail by SquireHeSingleton for also arrested breach of the peace. impressively delivered. Lee Edrinston. two sons of Tom Nun and brought in Ed Young, of Highland, nelley and Gill Burton left Sunday for who is charged with forging a check New Castle, Ind., where they have tc- - for U.50. He will be tried by Judge ccnted good positions in an automooue Bailey. factory. s Ten Pound Boy. farm is A tip-to-p on out bargain counter, with several smaller ones this week. We don't care Lick, is being L. L. Palmer, whether you are from Missouri or from congratulated byof Paint friends upon Kentucky, we can prove our assertion the arrival of a his many boy in his and "show you." uaiionw. it. Wil- home last Monday. liams & Co. i w. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Kentucky. I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 and colors in the young mens' styles. The next best hat is the "Swan brand" to sell at $2.50 $3 and $3.50 and they are a close second to the Stetson. They are always up to the minute in style and their wearing qualities is perfect. H. J. McROBERTS, Stanford, Kentucky. Crab-Orcha- 0 0 BLACKSMITH ING! 00000000000000000000 0 0 0 0 000O0O 333333S333S3g3S33SI J,L,Beazley&Co., 2-- fit &if lli (uni-rn- Dr. Hess' Poultry Panacsafe S3 03 i w&mnxra 53 to-da- Car-son'- s, 3 0 MASON'S MEET. ttn-ett- Htan-tori- m i" BgeBBBBBBBBBBBBBESBra . w ".lrVlrVIC Kunni o uicukj 1 rri tiu "' aiUKC, puri'. - NOTICE Contractors, CONCRETING PHILLIPS BROS,, Trr-m-Ti- ni' ' WliWril sI J. J. BELDEN, (Ihco-rntli- flr.j Stock for Sale. Merchandise vLZ VC t r When You Have DUDDERAR, H. B. Northcott, Liu-coi- i "J!it't.-,W!- ifi f im tmmWt-- t .i wtjj-- . MAY 10th 1910 Tina INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. PAGE THHE 3 GORSET STYLE AND CORSET COMFORT. Are the two csscntinl things you get in the American Lndy corset. Also the ever increasing ilomnmi for these goods proves their superiority over Other mnkes of corsets. New stock just in. Prices 81 to S3. XT) In the style and finish of Ladies' footwear as there is n difference in the character of people. The maker usually puts his character into his shoo, if he is one of the "anything will do" kind lie will slight his work. There will do in our Zciglcr shoes for ladies. .Try Mnny jrcoplc pick up tlie newspaper nnd upon seeing some wonderful- is nothing of this ly low prices quoted exclnim "whnt wonderful bargains", yes mnybc nnd pair of our new low shoes you will find them all you could wish In footmaybe not, it depends entirely upon the character of the merchnndisc. wear. An inspection of our goods will disclose the fnet Unit only the lcst qualities nre kept here nnd nlso another fnet, that in no case arc prices higher than others ask in mnny cases they nre lower. Jfc' for r'Y&jm rrxjrt &SslLi3 tfJsV. xfaiSLsB afei ,.j.Vi . : ?K iiifk THERE IS A DIFFERENCE i ru xw.'fivu SEVERANCE & SON, NRF.Dt.es, Bobbins nnd Shuttles for I)n. A. S. Prick, wife and daughter Mn. J. D. Sworn spent Saturday in nil sewing machines nt I'onny'a Drug spent several days with his brothers In Lexington. Store Garrard. Mrs. W. II. Shanks is with her parPERSONALS. Miss Sotie Alcorn, of the D. & D. ents in Madison. Miss Hellr Denny has returned Institute, Danville, spent Sunday with M. L. Cuownino, of Lawrcnceburg, from n lengthy visit In the West. her parents. was hero for a short time taut week. Hon. W. J. Prick and Jailer W. S. K. G. Jones, who died last week, carL. W. IIuoiieh was up from Louit-vlll- e ried J 1, 000 insurance in tho splendid or- Fitzgerald, of Danville, were here court Sunday. day. der of tho Maccabees. Mrs. W. C. Fish, is the guest of her Postmaster Judd PuiLLirs and T. J. MliH. W. S. I.awwiix nnd Misses son, W. S. Fish, and family. Lettio Green and Margarlo Lawwill, of Bell, of Liberty, attended court here Mn. J. W. lIUNKENfliili' and daughDanville, were guests of Mrs. P. M. yesterday. ter, of Jessamine, visited relatives at Kf.vs. J. T. Hoskins and It. H, Mcltoberts. IVfachcrsville. left Monday , MR8. J. G Jr., and lit-t- tend tho Southern for Baltimore to atMiss Maroaiibt Livingston, of Crab Hnptiet convention. boys, of the Fast End, spent sever Orchard, has been the guest of Miss J. Hoy Ii. Hose came up to llustonnl days with relatives. She was joint d lilancho Vandcvecr. ville Saturday for a short visit. He Mit and Mrs. 0. T. Asiilock have Monday by Mr. Cnrpenter, with whom took Murrcll Heid back with him for a she returned home. moved from McKinney to llustonville, short stay. Miss Sur Rout, who has made Mr where they have pi cured a nice farm. W. II. Digging nn excellent Mn. and Mn 8. J. E. Fakhis haw A Pulaski Romance. from Orlando, Fin., where thty or for scvcrnl years, went to Danville spent the winter. Danville Messen lu tnnu eiiunur JHJP1UUII Miss Mary Hobcrts, of Somerset, has with the Danville telephone exchange. ger. left for tho West, where she will be Mn. A. II. DRNNVand daughter, Mrs. Itcv. A. S MolTett, of Lebanon, Mattin DuiKun, of I.ancuster, spent preached an excellent sermon nt the mirrieil to Dr Clarence Stigall, of Drasevial days with the family of Mr. J. Presbyterian church Sunday morning. per, Utah. To ndd u touching bit of to their wedding the contracting S. Mocker. Just before the service he baptized lit TllUKMOM), MlSfl llfil.RN who ll tle Uessio Fay, daughter of Mr. nnd parties decided to meet nt n place half way between Somerset, the home of teaching nt Horse Cave, is on n visit Mrs. Geo. II. Fnrris. the bride, and Draper, Utah, the home tohersister, Mrs. John May, of Tin: engagement has been announced of the groom, and have the nuptial knot of Miss Katie Parish Poach and Mr. MlVKwir: ItOlifcKTS, the handsome William II. Hiker, of Harrodsburg, tied. Dr. Stigall met his intended bride of Squirt- J T. Itnbcrt. of which will occur nt the Christian church at the nppointed point between Chicathe Hubble section, is home on n visit there on June 2d, at 8 o'clock. The go and Ogden, Utah. They will spend In the northwest from Gladstone, Mich , where she has ceremony will be performed by the pas- a short honeymoon before returning to Draper, where they been trained nurse in n large sanitari' tor, Itev. W. II, Smith. The attendwill locate. Dr. Stigall was formerly a um. ants will be Messrs. McKeeand Harry physician of liurnsidn and stood well in Mn. and Mrs. Tiios. Shanks are nt Lafon and William Simrall and Thos. the community. The bride is n daUgh home with Mrs. Lou Shanks, affcr a Itoach. Mr. Leslie C. Hiker will be terof Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Roberta and delightful bridal trip in the East. Mrs. the groom's best man. Miss Iletsy was one of the most popular young lawill be Shanks, who is so well beloved here, Itoach, sister of the bride-elecdies of Somerset. n will be given a rordfal welcome to her maid of honor and Mrs. L. Curry dame of honor. olJ Kentucky homo. LOCALS. Ma-hoCARr-ENTsnl) book-keep Stanford, Kentucky. Tim sale of the W. J. Edmioton propFoil Sale. Few nico IlufT OrpingFor new fruit seo John D. Horton. erty at Crab Orchard, which tc ton cockerels. Also eges for hatching. Found A lady's black straw hat on have been disposed of yesterday by Mrs. W. J. Holtzclaw, Stanford, It. P. Logan avenue. J. B. II ipgin Master Commissioner II. It. Saul! ey. I). No. 1. Keep your eye on the Country Stort was deferred until county court 4y ic I HAVE for sale nt 9each largo and1 June on account of a technicality in tbc handsome pictures of Jack Johnson, if you aro hunting bargains. procedure. . . colored champion of the world, in difJust received a car load of American ferent poses. John Hayden, Stanford. fence. It's the best made. George II. Hubble. Tho Masonic lodge of Hurnsldc will Farris. lay tho cornerstone of their new hall on Kev. Strother, of Danville, preacti Thursday, May 12 A large number of There will be an Old Fiddlers' Con test at Walton's Opera House Friday at McKendrce Sunday. Presiding ElMasons will attend the ceremonies. der Robertson preached Friday night night week, 20th. and Saturday morning, but had a The ladies of the Crdb Orchard Chrisof For Sale Black mare, good driver, small audienco on account did the rtie church will give an ice cream and tian Saturday morning. He not hotel sound, afraid of nothing; In foal. At quarterly conference on acount of ifcc strawberry supper Friday evening, 13. church officers being absent. Everybody invitad to attend nnd help a Will Adams' stable Mr. Bastin Is putting up the telegood cause. For Sale. Tho members of the phone lines on the Danville pike ehat were What is thought to have been an at- Baptist church will sell their parsonage hope cut down a short time ago. We there will be no more work of tire tempt to wreck No, 3, tho fast Florida to the highest bidder on Juno 13th, kind done in our community. special on the Q & C, was unsuccess- county court day. f eash, balBen Penman has put up a cream of ful at 2:30 o'clock Saturday morning ance in six months. T. D. Newland, hops stand on Cherry street, we are to report. We don't like to here, near Alpine, a small station 15 miles E L. Hhinehart, Cicero Reynolds. sorry Btands in our little burg anS fcop these Trustees. south of Somerset. Uncle Ben will decide to quit this, cs it is a temptation to boys to have these We will have on display at Lutes stands where they must pass going tc Barn Lumber For Sale! Bros', store at Turnersville on May 12, and from school, church and Sunday childii n np-tdate line of ladies' nnd school. Everybody invited to call ren's hats steer J. C. Eubanks had a id inspect them. Lipps Sisters, litis-- t 120.000 feet of Boxing. Sheeting killed by lightning last week. nville. Pierce Rankin and wite were visiting; and Frame Lumber for Barn PatDr. A. U. Rankin Saturday nnd Sen-da- y. The Women's Improvement Club will terns, which I will sell for cash or Master L. B Sanders is getting meet at the Methodist church at 4 P. trade for Corn, Hay or good Horses quite handy with garden tools. While May 12 All mem and Mules. Prices on this very rea- his father was plowing garden the othM next Thursday. bers and those who wish to become sonable, for I want to sell. Write er day he took his hoe and cut up all members arc requested to be present. the peas and piled them up. me at once. Respectfully, Secretary. Ii. J. and A. M. Luce are prep&rkc U J. bippix. London, Ky. to build a tobacco barn. James D Shelby, of Junction City, who will soon start a large wholesale grocery there with Ed B. Sweeney, was here last week, shaking hands with his manv friends. Both men know the grocery business from top to bottom and having such a splendid location, seem bound to succeed. su ... -c vtr - One-hal- o I 1,000-poun- I i daugr t, Dcd-ma- $100 Reward, $100. plrurd to lar will t Th rradrrs ol U.l dbmse that Ktrare otic drradt-that thrre 1. At has Nrn able to run la til IU tucn, aod tbal I. Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure H thr oolr iwiiItb Catarrh rare now known to lh mvdkal fraternity. htlng a constitutional dtoraw. rrqulrrs a constitutional Uratmrnt. Hall's latarrh Curr la takra actln illrrttlr upon the bluod and mucous surfaCT ol the system, thcrrby dctroylnft- the foundation of the dlwat. and mini the patient strength by bolklmv up the constitution and amlrt-ln- ( nature In orv its nr. The proprietors have much fastlyV its curatlre powers that they oner One Hundred Po 'in (or any cae that It laUa to cure, hend tor tut of tmtltnontals Address P. J CIIKShY A. CO. Toledo. O Hold by all Druaalsts. 'V. Take UsJl s family 1'uw lor constipation. I i J Seed corn and sorghum Country Store. seed at the lat rrr r Spring Clear)ii)9 Second hand Bell City separator for sale nt a bargain W. O. Walker, tf. s I Several fine harness WITH Soft, highly bred. I horses for sale; Box 17, Stanford, Ky. m m Pukk Plymouth Hock eggs, $1 for setting ol II). Airs. A. It. Nunnelley iurnersviiie. I Eli J. G. Livingston service at Logans Creek day evening. will conduct church Fri The Methodist Meeting. Is now in full sway and we gladly offer our assistance to the busy housewives by publishing a list of necessary articles which we have in stock subject to your orders. Brooms, dustpans, scrub brushes, mops. Swifts pride matting, matting cleanser, sapolio. stove polish, tacks, tack hammers, lime, white wash brushes, screen wire. black-o-lene, Plaited, Fancy or Plain Bosoms Detached,- - or attached Our full made cuffs. ) R T S The meeting at the Methodist church began last Thursday night, according Old papers for sale; all nice nnd to previous arrangement. Rev. E. O. clean; suitable for shelves, etc; 25 for Hobbs, the evangelist, is preaching to 5. This oilice. good congregations with great clearness and force. Sunday night he deFoil Sale. Two antique sideboards. livered n powerful sermon to a packed n line trap and a new Box house, and it was well rtceived The 17, Stanford, Ky. tf meeting will continue thru'Jch the week The Brown is the ideal fence for at 2:30 in the uftenmon and 7:30 at hilly ground as well us level surface. night. type-write- r. T 1 W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. II. C. Carpenter, Agent Coat Shirt is a model of convenience I Watch for further notice of our big Spring opening on court day, May l)tl, in Friday's puper. Bunco Bros. J C It. Lkghokn eggs for sale Best laying strain. Write or phone Mrs. It. L. Berry. Hustpnville. Ky. 7 10 The Ladies' Aid and Missionary So cieties of tho l'reabyterian church will meet with Mrs. J. B. Paxton Friday nfternoon at 2:30 J mm WHITE SHIRTS In plain, plaited, full dress or negligee. Our $1 ''monarch" I NOTE THE BROAD EVEN COLOR which goes on with every stroke of. the brush dinned in our paints. They flow so freely and evenly that painting is a pleasure instead of a wearisome task. The colors stay on too. The paints are made of mater- ials that will stand n lot of wear and weather. Give them a trial, J. A. ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. L. K. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Mn rtin I 200,000 Feet of Lumber At The Right New Line of Hosiery Prices. and workmanship, while our $1.50 "cluett" is the acme of style and perfection and the colors all guaranteed not to fade. Soft shirts with collars from 25c to $3. We can show you Shirt is the standard of quality I have '200,000 feet of lumber suitable for tobacco barns and other building purposes at reasonable prices. Call on nie or write me for prices ami tell me what you want, nnd I can suit you. " " We call your attention to" WALKER OWENS. Pongo, Ky. Shi pping Point Mt. Vernon. v Danger is Lurking in 1 Vv l I it.! our line of ladies miss- es and chil dren hose in all the co 1 o r s ' , something new. Cummins ll L' & Wearen, Ar.a;?Q:: : yAvVP Phone 188, or lavntory When your bath-rooisn't fitted up with modern saniSewer gas is tary plumbing. more dangerous in Winter than in Summer, because ventilation is not so free. You will ward off dis ease by having your closets, bathroom, kitchen, sinks and etc , overhauled, We mnke a specialty of sanitnry plumbing and do it scientifically und at reasonable prices. plain silk and I Prices 25 and 5c, an extra value in an all silk hose for 1.00. We are also showing a beautiful line of dropped stitched hose. Black and colors. lisle, extra thin and medium weight. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. i L. rus wru i J W. K. WARNER, STANFORD, KFNTUCKY. L s STANFORD, KENTUCKY. J I j w Mirwirtarm" l.w nomroon J8.7fiy0.8tT "vm iL.ltn..,0 KRinin-i- ....i... niceT ii- - Itll. VP!.-L- 4 V 2.1CE. FOUR THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STAtfFORTJ, KY. MAY 10th, 1010 i E Motes and Accounts Collected. shargra. unless we collect. a W. Edwards We collect notes nnd accounts nny where In the United States, Also look nflcr claims of all kinds. Bink references. Correspondence solicited. Former Llncolnitc, wrilcs of Fanning Conditions In OklaNo homa. Stroud, Oklahoma, May 2. To m many friends in old Kentucky: We arrived at Stroud nil right and found the country better than we expected. It is a fine country to farm in, the land being loose, easy to work and very productive. We hail n 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 nnd am going to try n tobacco crop. Cotton planting is the order ot the day. The weather is good here now. Wo have not had n very early spring; have had more wind than usual. I received llnrvu Helm s gar den seed and have planted them. Will ct you know hovv I como out with my crops and garden later. Wo always watch for the I, J. ns it seems like get' ting a letter from home. I was very sorrv to learn of such a heavy frost and freeze in Kentucky. Wishing one nnd all success. I remain respectfully, G. W. Edwakds. mays COLLECTION agency. WOODSOX MAY, Mgr.. Somerset, - - - Kentucky. MITASi PARMER'S DEPARTMENT. W. P. Glvcns sold to Eastern shippers 80 head of cattle at 7c. U. T. Sclby, of Russell county, sold 20 cattle here yesterday at 41 to 51c Two black Iierkshire boars for sale; threo months old. Geo. Carpenter. s Two seed strippers in first-clacondition, cheap, for sale. 11. G Lutes. Five Rood second hand busies for sale. B. I). Carter, Stanford. J. K. llausjhm.tn, ot Hustonville, sold 10 yearling mules to Robinson & Ynndell, of Uoyle, at $149 n head W. P. Kincaid sold to J. W. Slavln, of Garrard, a nice saddler for $150 and traded ngoodone to W. N. Fowle, of 1,440-pound blue-irrasss You will .u,Tl l hose, sUllio(MlOSSUTT wlior S P JRJNG 1 store. S Af EET H EIRE a AUTOMOBILES, SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES. AGENTS FOR I Rowland. I will handle horses, break them to ride and drive well, at very reasonable charues Will Adams, Stanford Capt. U F. Powell sold to W. H. Mur-ph- y a yearlinjr jack for $500 Mr She'-b- y also sold a bunch of 10 shoats at 10 Sam Robinson. Stanford, ky her with the ipn'ngy step thnt shows your i $750 8 Flanders 20 $1250 E. M. F. 30 Haynes $2000 Baker Electric 2000 to $4000 iStudebaker Garford, $4ooo to ft $6000. If interested. Phone us $ Bell 24, and we will gladly g'iveyou demonstration. BidsFor Road Work Too High, So Fiscal Court Will Have g. cents. Smith llaughman sold to Veatch & Co , of Mercer, a fine jack last week for $600. Walter 0. Walker bought of C. W. l.ovell five younit mule by M. Smith Uuighman's jack, paying $102 for them. Two ewe came to my place, owner can get same by pajini: fur this ndnnd their keep. M. U. Carson, Morelsnd, Ky. 20-2- Crossett WALK "MAKES LIFE'S MARK TRADE feet have the Spriiitflimc gladness. Which nieiins: wear the - I! Shoe This new Crossett style snnppy model in the shade "Boston Gray". the .shoe to go with your .spring suit. Made with row high toe over our EAY" is a new c . ZU Oncoltt County national Banft Stanford, KentucRy. FS&SS$3 Danville Ice & Coal Co. Pjgj"fjfr Surplus, 3-.- Capital, $50,000.00 Wnltor S. Weaver sold to Vick Lear, of Garrard. tOodd hoc tor July delivery at Sc They will weigh 280 to 300 pounds at delivery. Weaver also sold The fiscal court at its meeting Wed a' finely bred saddle more for nesday. April 29th, rejected nil bids for to Lake c rustled or (iruKen stone, to no spread on pikes, becaasc uil stone bids were work horse for sale, a too ntgh, or at least Hie court so be- (rood worker and driver. M. F. Law lieved. 21-New bids will be opened May 11th, rence, K. D. 4, Stanford. and any one desiring to bid must do so The Federal Rrand jury at Covington by sealed bids on or before 10 o'clock n Hod(-lnof Winchester, m. May Uth. This onlv includes pikes indicted S. K. and not those for an alleged shipment of sheep said heretofore bids heretofore accepted. to have had swibbies. It was decided by the court to let the The Minks, a former r successful bidder have the county rock for Col. D. N. Prewitt, of Danville, concrushed free of charge on these which captured many a purse and was tracts All bids must be sent sealed to S. K. old for $1,200 in August, was fold to Duclderar, Supervisor Booth Thompson, of Garrard county, Four-year-o3 3. purse-winne- Just gray 4 Crossett wide range of choice. $4 to $6 Style No. 195 "Marathon" last. Other styles give you a everywhere nar. new Lewis A. Crossett, Inc., Maker NORTH ABINCTON. MASS. 2 j Js j j js j jt . j jjgsSggaggg5;Sg I I I II 7. - .x,4 Resourii&s, 43,000.00 340,000.00 J. W M. BRIGHT, CASHIER. SHANKS. PRESIDENT- J- - Wl ROCHESTER. ASST. CASH B. PAXTON, H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER HAYS FOSTER. CLERK DIREOTORSl V..0. Walker, Sunlonl; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter.Slanford John B. Foster, Stanford; W. H. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Ran- kin, Lancaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; V. H. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. H. Cummins, Preacbersville; Lilburu Gooch, Gilberts Creek. r It I! f ;' Bourbon Poultry Cure Is recoirnUcd a the standard poultry tbe one nraolr of tho world. It Is to cure remedy that caa bo depended oa with absolute certainty and prctcat tlmbcrneck. Diarrhoea and all existing forms of poultry disease. A few drops In the drinking water keeps fowls healthy and free from disease. A BOo bottle makes ltrallons of medicine, lor the treatment of Blackhead and other diseases la turkeys SAVE YOUR FOWLS! Gapes, Cholera, Roup, i Iff; Bourbon toultrv-Cur- e HASTNOTEQUAL (n. W.'.Rantoo(Hoplc!airlMe,Kr..sarft 'I tiare been rauinf chickens foroearly fifty yean and Bourtoa Poultry Cure It lb moit i ami aaory remedy I Kate crcr uted lor Cholera and Gapes." AtAII Leading Druanlsta. I I Mr. F.P. OiT.Pirtt. Kr-- , "Uityeir I railed hundreds of chcWof f re from rpe by firing ihem Bourbon Poultry Cure. , 1 nod it a sure cure for Cholera aad Lusbcnicck." tyi: "tff? Bourbon Remedy Co., ISSSftr, 60o per Bottla. u, . a: Trial Vial Frae. for $300. The two bijr gray fire horses which have done such valuable service in the Danvillo fire department, were deliver- I linva for iilni mare Mule, of Stanford, ol'l and Hxti I M pmnul- - Mound nnd fed to J. H. Baughman, anoil worker. Also Imv uarw. Works any where ami ladles hne lieen who purchased the team at R. G. Fox's driving her Hhe l oiind and uilr sad Dar.villc Advocate sale dler rillAII Iil'NN llutnnllli. court daywere only about 300 cattle on There the market Monday and trading was 5 slow, due, the stockmen say, to scarcity of grass. The horse market was rather slow aV, due to high prices asked, sajs Jordan, the horse buyer, of Wilmore. He says that there has been a sharp lecline in the horse market in the past few weeks. A ewe in a flock of sheep of G. M. Harp, near Milner, that was attacked during pregnancy by a black and whit spotted dog, which chewed both of her ears oil and otherwise lacerated her, dropped a black and white spotted lamb Horse marked very much like the dog. Mr The better we appreciate the task of Harp has 10) ewes with 121 lambs, fitting him with suitable and ser most of which are white and some enviceable harness, the making of the tirely black, but this is the only spotbest of which is our sjecial busi- ted one in the lot. Some think that the k fright given the ewe by the dog's ness and hobby. We are employers was responsible for the peculiar of expert labor only, and give our marking of the lamb. A spotted sheep men the very best materials to work Is very unusual. The ewe was so badly with. Hence we never fail to give mutilated that there is no doubt of her complete satisfaction to our patrons, identity. Woodford Sun. Stock For Sale! lv -- w w w Everything Booming. Our stock is full of Imrgnins, everything in ladies and gents" furnishing goods We have a fresh line of Indies' collars, jalmts, lelts and ready made shirt wnisis. Lot us show thoin to you nnd give you pricus. lu HARNESS I a L. L. SANDERS, S Lran CirrnnrA , T"nftfrb-t- r i M m If you hare anrthnig in the to The Bigger the xll STOCK to URE at-tic- 9flHEjHH7XpEjM Take For Sale by SHUQARS and TANNER. And our charges are also well appreciated The Markets. Cincinnati, 393; May p. Cattle Receipts market quiet and about steady; fair to good shippers 0.33 to 7.C0; cin PROFESSIONAL AND L. R. IIUOHKS.S. &T E. V. W MrON'.Vd'res. mon 2.75 to 5 CO. Hogs Receipts 1,- - W. L. M'CAUTY.rres. STANFORD, KENTUCKY BUSINESS CARDS. 857; market slow, 20e lower; butchers ORGANIZED IN 1882. aid shippers S.GO to 9 70; common 8 50 CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. .7. P. CHANDLER, to 8 75. Sheep Receipts 216; market SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. steady, 3.75 to G 15. Lambs Market Auctioneer. steady, 5.75 to 8 15. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Stanford, KentucKy. I will conduct any kind of sales in Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Lincoln and surrounding counties. If Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver 'Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. you want good prices for your land Stocks nnd Bouda or stock, see me. Stanford, K.D.N'o 1 Tablets will clear the sour stomach, Farm and Town I'n'K'rty Handled ou Commission. OFFICERS. DIRECTORS. sweeton the breath and create a healthy Sold. It yod Have Property to Sell or Kent Notify Us. M. II. JOHNSON. appetite. They promote the flow of F. Reid. J H. Baughman. Writo for Circular to .5. Hocker, President:, gastric juice, thereby inducing good diAuctioneer. lmu"' ? Baughman, ' r J'e,,u?' S. T. Harris. Cummins, I will conduct sales in ilns and sur- gestion. Sold by G. L. Penny. H. C. John J. McRoberts. Cash.er. rounding counties. Satisfaction guars T Hams aQ c RMas00i Stanford, H.D.N'o 1. anteed. H. C. Baughman. Asst. Cash'r C Walton, J. S. Hocker. V. H. Murphy W W.Saunders.Dookkeeper. Iniurts Tobacco andj Tobacco For Sale. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, J. C. WcCLABY, Stanford, Ky. year except Sunday. Bring oa your stock. Host market iu the Suite with plenty ot of Ljuiiville or Lwington. eed and water best covered pcn, out-id- n STANFORD, KY. We also do a general hitch and feed basinet. Nunnclley's New Stock Yards He hit) sand scl s every day In tlm Stanford Real Estate Cos; l " L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky. Barns. r houH and lot on Logan avenue, MK modern for homo as a city Walton's Opera House, horse and run C. Walton, Stanford. atideuee, and place yourself in a nositiou to get tho latest market quotations about for sale. E at any time. This can bo accomplished by meiua of out telephone service, ubicb you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with tbe hoaefits received. Call or address our nearest office or writo direct to ie&dqnxrters, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Farno to row' Lino" rate. If you are not at present enjoying telephone service, we Carson's Hestaurant tjiiicaster, Htreet, can immediately interest you. Uur hues cover the States ot Kentucky, Hlauford. K. TenncKjoe, Mississippi, Louisiana nnd tbe Southern portion of India and Meals served at all hou(s uo tolu r. x, BliooiH. EAST TENNESSEK TEL. & TEL. CO. llest place lu w n.tor a nood quick My RURALyour as TELEPHONES. FARMER: Make your family T III, " v Nothing But Insurnnco. J. C. McClary, v'amm'' When Hungry Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, STANFORD, KY. Residence I'lione M OOlce, dfi. Insure with me and be fully protected. (iNOoarOBATKrn TO THE FARMERS. Harry Jacobs, In tho Jn.Unud Ui Spring & Summer Stock, SaT"jour measure taken 1 b-UisltK by a sections uiul ask my Monu-mont- s, Alroua to rememuer me, I also ask the Marble and altreagv of many new customers. II, t'.Hll'I'LK. Iondon, Ky Markers aud I'osts, (Vmetery and Lawn Vases and nettee. Orilce unit works, I wtf ttoutluue to handle fertiliser MoKlnney Dealer lu and Manufacturer of," Cranlto Cooking to suit our cuttomrrsourseclatty, Hplendld new line of fancy (irocerles. HotColToe, Handwlcbes, pies, nutter milk and sweet milk, etc., at all times. meal. Above The the Smoke Ashes, and Q. D. Now Llvorw. CARTER, Ky your elotlies, betu.tr a low suit or the finest evMUtnK but lndllduallty and fit aiolaes, win wbUbidnluly Indicate tbey were made to yvur measure. 1 will also tak your tueas. n.i. tut xitra trousers fancy vests, top alas and overcoats. Hprlngand Humme, auaylei on baud ready fur your Inspection U.O. UUl'LKY.ThaTallor, Btanlord, Ky, ui tailor ot w ut L&N. TIMETABLE No.tl.Houtb, lliMp. u. No.aHoutll. lO:liA S. No, J(. North. 1 110 A. f. No.rt, Nortu.B.I? v. H No. rt, 1U W A m. No.ts,t:tDr.it. JOS. 8. RICE, Agent. fire Insurance policy carries the thoughtful man safe from ftTANFORD, KENTUCKY. loss. Your ashes will turn into W. A. CARSON, just so many good dollars, and ! if there was ever money that A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, godsend it is that looked like a llorvtuclly. which you reap from n policy your loss I M'l stand my tliorouijlibrel l'olll I am agruduutuof Jones National HeUool that reimburses you for ol Auctioneers, riiH'auu, and lime had at my plaoe oa Homertvt plko In tbe big cattle sales at tliu I'nluii by fire, and thnt Is doubly secure Angus bull stock Yard., Chicago, wbere wo told soiini a l.9i), lony due wuen cow known to In tborougblireds us ulgb us JI.M0. Abo In by being drawn by bortu sales wbere J sales weroiiiade eacb vrllbcslt or parte trout day. Auctioneering Is a aclence aud 1 liavo Fish & Pennington, studied It wltb tblsldea. Heeor phone me C'.W LOVKtli, before you arrange for your sale. I fan Ky., 200. to your advantage. Depot Street, Phono 06, Jndortaker and Cmbalmer. 8TANPORO, ffl. Hbons.l'IT. KY- - Home I'lione Si Prop. Polled Angus Bull Amusement and Enter-tainmEvery Evening. en purlin, Thf latest Hint Iw runes tboinovlliR 01W J ot tho Tbentortum t'liaintur iilsrowuver r oture A Uelmlitstlievlilltlreii e nlglit Only unilW ritanfor Kmii,OhkjiUku Tbo.eliitvl ig claims aval si tliu estate ot e deceased, will prewinttlieiu properly I r veil to iiim ut once. Tho.o owl Iniitbite't to are notified to settle with tun UKO. H. t'UUl'IT. liumedlai r. Aduilulitrator Mrs. Hell lUce Mrs, ItelleH NOTICEl ; f .1 make tulss I'llONKM It Stanford. Phone HUuford Ky :sr.--j