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M 4 w 4 if r q I s v t vvV eo rHE INfER IROURNAto veL XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 17 1910 NOr23 RANEY FAMILY ENDANi GERED BY POISON jo Mother and Four Little Ones Stricken by Ptomaine in Ham b But arc Saved v Plonulne poisoning came near caus ing 4 wholesale tragedy In a popular tally hero last week when Mrs T D Kanoy and her four daughters were ta ken seriously ill after eating some ham i which h behaved to have been infected The ham was eaten for breakfast and name of it was wrapped in the lunch which three of the children Kate DI viess Mary Moore and Martha Sever ante took with them to school Mr Itahey will away from home In Lex ington on business at tho time Cho children who ato the liam at school became so 111 that they wero i taken home whore Mrs Raney and her other child Lena Cook wero also found In JJio throes of agony tram poisoning Die J F Poyton and other physicians 1aro hurriedly summoned and every thing known to medical science was ro sorted to to save them Several of the j family were severely affected and for awhile their lives wero despaired of but finally the efforts of tho medical men succeeded and all were gotten out of dangers Getting Too Familiar Lightning Strikes Near Hubble Second Time In Few Weeks Lightning truck In tho Hubble seep tlon the second time In a few weeks one day last week when the end of the I choolhouso thero was badly torn by a fiery bolt Luckily however tho building did not take fire and the dam age did not amount to much Ono end of the house waa badly damaged but that was about all A few weeks ago the church In that good section of the county was struck bfc ll ktnlnff but not badly damaged Sows think that there is a heavily mag nettted loadstone or metallic attrac tlon 0f some sort In the hills nearby the heavenly fire ISqulCeMcKechnle expresses tho belief i that the bone are really aimed at Stan ford kilt are deflected toward Hubble by Inability to affect the hardened sin net ef this city Mad Dog Scare v I Causes Excitement In Little City Of Ottenheim Othcr Newsy I Notes OTTENUKIM May 16 Maililege have caused a great deal of aetl meflt around about this place iMseveral rabid canines having bee Jd4ied- j Mal and family of ftio Hill are Utteg hSA tether Thai Manuel Joe C aiipf Cincinnati spent Sun day wt W aged mother Mrs Skelton Cole aaa Richard Chandler has given his tobac 1coutter a trial with good satisfaction andhe says it saves tho backIIt Some of the people of are i taklflg advantage of the recent rains i tobacc9plantsiA C has been hero ek of the Maccabees seeking to estab lish a tent at this place with encour Ing prospects Andy Adams sold a good work horse to Clore Kdd for 100 and bought a yoke of oxen from him for 130 It BeemsBOW that a few atrawber+ rlea anda few scattering bunches of grapes will be the sum total of fruit that we are likely to have Andy McKinney of Garrard visited relatives in this section last week Funny Experience I IA County News publishes this F 8 Grooms and Hawker Drown i of Dove left a peculiar lobkk g egg at appearII Grooms believes this curiosity portends aorae great calcumlty that is coming in the near future Mr Grooms tdlls a funny incident that happened to Mr II rqwn recently while playing with a pet cow He accidentally got his arm I hung between the cows horns when it became frightened and drug Brown 1 over a 10 aero field tearing down fonc ing rending his clothes and inflicting fnsny ugly scratches and bruises A touch of rheumatism or a twinge ot neuralgia whatever the trouble is Ctoftinlwrfclns Liniment drives away tiM peta kts icee and cures the com Shooting Over Crap Came Bill Curtis known as TIKe shot Ji n Loo In n crap game at Crab Or chard Sunday and was brought to jail here by Marshal JamesT Jones Leo caught three bullets but it is not known yet how badly he is injured Both are colored f COUNCIL VOTES TO PUT PHONES OUT Mayor Breaks Tic In Council And Pretty Fight In Courts May- Be The Outcome The telephone situation camo to a head at n meeting of the Stanford city council last week when the council by a tie vote which Mayor A B Florence broke passed an ordinance imposing a penalty of 100 a day upon all corpora Lions which conduct business In the city without a franchise Tho majority of the council contend that the East Tennessee Telephone Co has no fran chile to do busings in Stanford It is understood that the telephone company contends it has The courts will un doubtedly bo called upon to Bettie the the question so some lengthy litigation between tho city and telephone compa ny may now be expected Tho telephone company refused to ac cedo to the councils demand that tele phone rates in the city be placed upon the uniform baste of 2 and 1 In lieu of all old subscribers receiving this rate whereas new subscribers are charged 275 and 165 for business and real dence phones respectively Upon receipt of Information of the companys decision tho council took the action above stated Councilmen Shugars Pence and Allen voted against the or dinance designed to drive the company out of town while Councilmen Ander eon Elmore and Powell voted for it and Mayor Florenca broke the tie by voting for It The council voted to have a granitoid sidewalk put down in front of tho real dence of Mrs Goodknight and ordered- a pavement put down on the side of theI Christian church propertyI McCreary to Speak At Dedication of Confederate Monument In Danville Invitations reading as follows have been received here The Kate Morrison Brccklnridge Chapter U D C Invite you to be rtWnt at the unveiling of the monu Confederate4tla speakers will be tutor James B McCreary This HI topic Spot Basil W DukoMorgana Mar Cipt John H Leathers Jacksons Met Jot Bennett H YoungThe Ideal Confederate Soldier EczemaA Germ Disease Can Now Be Cured The medical professions all agreed thetldngflame remedy that will get to the gormt pihd destroy them Zemo the clean external treatment bas solved this difficulty by hawing tho erms to tho surface ofthoolcin and destroying the germ life that causes the diseases The whole method of treat meat and euro by Zemo Is explained h- an interesting book on Jho subject is sued by the makers of Zemo It tells howtqcuro at homo of Ecze ma Blackheads Pimples DandrulTpnd- all diseases of the skin and scalp Call at Pennys Store for tie booklet and learn moreabout this clean aim pie remedy that Ts sow recognized the standard treatment for all diseases of the skin andscalpi HcneyGatfdls andHubert Miss Frances Heney a popular young couple from the Mllledgovillo section secured mar riage license from County Clerk Geo B Cooper last week and were mado ono at the home of Rev Burke Both have a great many friends in their com munity who will wish them much hap hiness The groom is only 21 yecrs of and his bride but 16 so that her requiredbefore Every family and especially those who reuide In tho country should be provided at all times with a bottle of Chamberlains Liniment There is no tolling when it may be wanted in case of an accident or emergency It Is most excellent in all cases of rheuma MAKING SPLENDID RECORD IN NORTHWEST Charles Lutes Makes Big Profit On Farm And Gets Fat Job With Big Firm News has been received by friends here that Charles Lutes formerly of HustonvIIIo now living in Calgary Alberta Canada sold a farm a few days ago for 20000 which he only paid 6000 for about a year ago This was a dissolution sale the firm of Lutes Well dissolving partnership duo to the falling health of the latter Mr Lutes says he will reinvest In Can adian soil and continue to make his home there lie thinks It a great coun try for money making and a line cli mate to live id WQllbusinesswith Morris Co of Chicago the meat packers as head buyer for their biz in Calgary at a anuganl ary of 5000 a year andexpenses Mr Lutes is well known here hay ing bought much stock in this county In past years He Is believed to bo one of tho youngest live stock dealers IP the country Morris Co ars to DO congratulated on securing so valuable a manMr Lutes extends a cordial invita tion to hit Lincoln county friends to visit him in Calgary where he will show them that ho has not forgotten Kentuckyhospitality Miss Alcorn Honored Placed in Charge of New Depart ment at School For Deaf At the meeting of the trustees of tho School for the Deaf at Danville Miss Sophia Alcorn of this city who is a member of the regular faculty was elected to take charge of the deaf bllnd department of the school This is a new department of tho school and was made possible by tho appropriation of willIthis summer by studying at Faribault Minn and Delavan Wis She has dis tinguished herself by eminent success her chosen profession and her seleo tion to head this department is a just recognition of her exalted ability The board authorized the erection of an annex to the trade department The building is to cost 5000 Chivalry Costly Women Drown When Mississippi River Steamer Sinks Twelve lives wero lost when the steamer Saltlllo sank In the Mississip pi river below St Louis last week Seven passengers and five of the crew were drowned by the tilting of the gang plank when it hit a tree That the loss of life was due to the mistake of ordering the passengers to hurry from the sinking boat when she was near tho shore was the assertion of Copt Crane It was a bad mistake be said lied we caused the passengers to wait a minute before trying to cross the gang plank none would have been lost At the time the order was given how over no human power could tell that the boat was not going to roll over In to the river and drown every soul on board It Is easy to look back and see what we might havo done Testimony at the inquest nho wed that the chivalry of the men who permitted the female passengers to start across the gang plank first cost the lives ot five women and a baby Capt Harry N Crane ordered the men to stand aside until the women left the boat They did so and the gang plank was filled with women when it was tilted and they slid off into the muddy wa ter Gone Fishn W S Fish and W P Kincaid of this city and R N Beazlpjf arid JSCampbell of Paint Lick went down in to Casey for a several days fishin trip They drove through in Mr Beaz lays now Elmore motor car Fred Bowling son of J D Bowling of Crawford Laurel county was found by tho railroad track near East Bern strdt Isis skull was fractured and one arm was cut off near the shoulder He had been struck by a train He is ot Pennington Infirmary London and 1 in a precarious condition Never hesitate about giving Cham berlains Cough Remedy to children It contains no opium or other narcotics and can be given with implicit confidence As a quick cure for coughs and colds to Which children are susceptible GRAPHIC STORYOF DEATH Former Harrodsburg Man Writes of the Street Car Accident at Seattle The Harrodsburg Herald prints a let ter from Ralph Goddard a former Har rodsburg citizen who was with Judge Bell when the latter was killed in the street car wreck at Seattle Mr God dartl graphically describes the fearful accident Part of his letter says that their party with Judge and Mrs Dell were entertained at dinner by Judge Saulsberry a former Kentuckian lie then says The judges new country homo is situated at Brynmawr a town founded on the beautiful shore of Lake Washington about 12 mile south of the city In true Kentucky spirit Judge Saulsberry arranged for us all to- RO out together in the middle of the af ternoon Mrs Goddard and I taking along our two yearold boy and 11 year oldJulia Lee Rochester whoso father is also a Kentuckian having been born and reared at Melrose the Granville Cecil home near Danville ThE trip out was thoroughly enjoyed by all and af ter a most delightful repast the evening spent was an ideal one indulging ourselves to the fullest in Kentucky rtmlniscenses At 10 oclock we took the car for home On account of tho chill of the evening and from the fact that our baby was asleep in Mrs Goddards arms we all settled ourselves on the very foremost seat of the car that we might avoid the draft which would naturally strike us In the middle or rear where windows and doors were being opened My recollection is that we had traveled prob ably 10 or 15 minutes and had come to a stop at Orchard Beach the first sta tion beyond where they were unloading passengers I can just remember hear Ing a nolso in front that seemed to chill the very marrow in my backbone and then I raised my eyes and saw that an other train was crowding in upon us Of course we vire dazed and its word was said I have no recollection of It Con and I were sitting with our faces practically against the frontglass Mrs Goddard the little Rochester girl and our baby on the front seat across the aisle withers Bell immediately behind Mrs Goddard We must have attempted to arise in our seats when the crash came after which I knew nothing whatever until we were about to be uuloaded at the Emergency Hospital in Seattle two hours later My first recollection of anything pertaining to the event is that of our precious boy hang- Ing to my neck begging and almost convulsive and seeing Mrs Goddard Mrs Bell and others stretched about the floor around me also a quiet little form on a bench across the aisle which someone told me was our little gust of the evening I was dazed having been knocked unconscious from the fall which I received at the beginning I must have lapsed into insensibility again and know nothing further until I awakened on a cot in the hospital and had pres ence of mind sufficient to inquire for Con They told me that he was on the cot beside me and his piteous moans and walls could be heard over the en tire building Just about that time the cot was wheeled away from me and I again lost consciousness Upon my next query they simply told me that death had como on the operating table About an hour after this which was probably 3 oclock in the morning the little girl breathed her last One par ticularly queer feature I am informed is that Con had no mark of mutilation upon him savo the fracture at the base of the brain This proves to my mind that both he and I must have half ris en in our seats and by force of the im pact were thrown entirely beyond reach of tho oncoming train When I ten you that the train which ran us down was a runaway freight with probably several hundred tone of coal g speed anywhere from 60 to 75 miles an Ing agine the result to those seated in the front end of the car being struck The little Rochester girl seated with Mrs Goddard had both legs broken and was simply mangled bit of human flesh and bones Mrs Bell is doing as well as could bo expected She like me received no broken bones but was simply bruised fssustained only a sprained ankle 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 dysj energy or bowel complaints It is slm Helms Good Work A dispatch from Washington says that the public buildings bill will con tain appropriations for government buildings in the Eitghth district as fol lows Lawrenceburg 60000 and Shel byvlllo 10000 WILL KEEP LINCOLN IN FRONT RANK Fiscal Court Has Now Let Con tracts For Reconstruction Of Pikes In County No action was taken by tho court at its meeting last week in regar to the petition of citizens in the north western end of the county who want abridge over the Hanging Fork By a tie vote the court decided not to take action at this time JudgeBalloy voting with those who did not want thebridge built now and breaking the tie matter may come up before the nex session of tho court however Tho court voted to allow Krueger Co 3000 of the amount still due them for building of the courthouse after committee had examined the report o Architect Milburn which suggests few minor changes that will be carrie out by the contractors Contracts were let for the reconstruc tion of tho remaining pikes to be im proved in the county E T Beazley secured most of the contracts on his bid of 10 90 a rod for Lincoln county metal Several short contracts wero let to W T McGirr Z F Smith Jas Rambo and W C Montgomery The court intends to put the pikes out of the county in the very best shape possible and believes that it has taken steps which will insure this The energy of the fiscal court in this directional be much appreciated by the traveling public and people of the county generally Nothing gives a county a better name and reputation than good roads and the members of the fiscal court have taken the right step toward upholding tho already good name of Lincoln coun ty Delegates Elected To Big Convention at Frankfort By Local Womens Club The Womens Improvement Club ofI Stanford at Its regular meeting last week elected a delegate to the cenven tion of the otate EederationofWomene Clubs at Frankfort to be held this week and took active steps for further work toward the beautificatIon and improvement ofthe city MrssShelton M Sa fey was elected gate to the Frankfort convention with Mrs W A Tribble as alternate Mrs J J Dickey presidont of the clubwill also attend tae federation meeting The local club is planning adornment of the hillsides back of St Asapho creek by planting of morning glories andother prolific flowers along Itst banks A rest room with library and other comforts is also under considera tion for the city The membership ofI the local womens organization it rapI- dly increasing and much good work for the betterment of conditions in the city are planned The cleaning up of Stan ford inaugurated by these women was a splendid success and encouraged them very much In their efforts to make a better city Splendid Work I Of Miss IlaHoldam Receives Due Recognition In Chicago Friends and relatives have received news of the promotion of Miss ila H6I dam of Crab Orchard to the position of second matron in tho Michael Re Hospital In Chicago where sbo s done such Efficient servIce as a trains nurse for spree time Miss Holdara made the unusual record serving for flue consecutive months faiths surgical ward when all previous nurses he i been compelled to give ttupafterabou a months service their nerves failing them after t strenuous work requir ed In this ward Not did Miss Holdam break al- records 1 in this respect but she also attended upon an average of about ten operations per day and the physicians regarded her as one of the moti t competent assistants in delicate casein s the city of Chicago Her many friends and loved ones in Lincoln will be ex cecdingly glad to learn that she has done so well Injherlchoaen profession Squire James J Price a veteran of the Mexican war and one of the oldest citizens of Clay county dropped dead in the courthouse yard at Manchester He had given his testimony in a murder EMBRY PITCHES AN ALMOST PERFECT GAME Stanford Defeats Harrodsburg Sat urday And Wins Its 18th Straight Victory Eighteen straight victories in a row Is going some for any ball team but that is just what the Stanford High School team has done The victory at Hustonville Thursday made tho 17th and then Harrodsburg came along Sat urday and made the 18th victim The sporting editor of the I J was unable to go to Hustonville for tho game as it was press day and on that day ho duti Thedafter a hard fight The West End lads jumped into the lead right at the start and looked like they were going to make a runaway race of it Wallace Singleton was doing the twirling at the start for Stanford but this was his first inting at short in previous games After the home team had piled up what seem ed enough to win Singleton was with andftheydHusronvilles lineup in this game was as follows G Dunn 2b Bishop c Swope Ib and p C Dunn SB Hicks 3b Neal cf Hall If Stagg rf and Ib Yowell p and rf Murphy If Yowell Stagg G Dunn and Bishop got two baggers but the game was replete with errors on account of rough grounds Hustonville will come here for a return game tomorrow Wednesday after noonOntslde of the first inning the game against Harrodsburg Saturday was one of the very best of the season In the first round Stanford played rings around the visitors running In a total of five scores Hulet hit two men walked Penny and then the hit and run play did the rest in bringing in the score After that he settled down and thro out the whole game only allowed tho lo cal sluggers only four hits He was given unusually good support Hunter Coleman playing a very classy game at second especially Although they failed to bat very strongly themselves the Stanford lads were never in danger Wesley Embry was never in better form For eight and threequarter innings he held the visiting batsmen without the slightest semblance of a hit or a run It looked ikea no hit and shut out game sure Then in the ninth inning with two men out and twostrikes on him Nelson put- a Texas Leaguer over second which Joe could not reach This broke the P411 and Embry eased down Davenport following a twobagger along the left field foul line and scoring Nel son Penny threw low to third to catch byDavenportthey could do and but for this wobble at the very windup it would have been a perfect pitching record At that Embry great credit for his fine work After tallying five scores in the first the local not get around again passlollowedCartya hit which put Hill in In the seventh pretty a play sn was ever pulled big leagues was worked and Penny The whenfluesingle sent him to third Waters got off with Huletfe arm like a flash and laid down a beauty along the- thirdbaseline scoring easily and Hulett just did nip Penny at first The score StanfordABRHPOAE Waters2b2 10040McCarty lb3 2 213 09 f Penny c211082 1 Singletonss 4 1 1 1 3 0 Coleman 3b 2 1 o 0 0 0 Embry p 41 1 140Walt Singleton IfS 00 0 00T Bright rL4 0 01 01 Hillcf 3 103 IjO i eali Harrodsburg rQAESlmsSbNelson as 3 110 31 t Davenport c41 1411 ltHulett p30 0 2 5 0 Duganrf 20 0 0 OO L Coleman cf3 0 0 S 1 8 Rnbertsonlf1100100tVandiver1 0 0 0 0 0 28424126Batted for Robertson in 9th Score by innings 12345678 9T Stanford5 0 0 1002008Harrodsburg 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 022E- arned runs Stanford 1 Harrods huJg 1 Two hale hits Davenport Sacrifice hits Penny Coleman Sto len bases Waters McCarty Nelson Struck outby Embry 7 by Hulett2 haRt on balls off Embry 2 off Hnlctt 2 double playsHill and McCarty L Coloman and Rue ballDaven port Left on basesStanford 4 Har t rodshnrg 2 Time of tameOne hour and 40 minutes Shanks awt PAGE TWO THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAY 17th 1910rf TilE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872 VERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At H Per Year la Advance I IHELTON SAUFLEYpublisher f Entered at the Post Office at Stan ford Ky as Second Class mall TilE new editor of tho Harrodsburjr Republican our old Frankfort friend T Sanders Orr talks about Stanford as a little one horse town in notic ing that the INTERIOR JOURNAL is about lo install a linotype Now isnt that the limit Mercer county people bring their Cattle and horses here to market we recently told how several t vo horse wagons from Mercer brought hemp to our warehouse here to sell its only been a few weeks since Harrods burg tried but failed to secure for her school the man who has been at tho bead of the Stanford public schools for several years we would suggest that a glance over the score of tho ball game played botweea Stanford and Harrods burg last Saturday conclusively settles all remaining questions as to superiority between the two cities but in tinalI determination of lingering doubts wager a new summers bonnet that more Stanford people read the SEMI WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL than Lin coIn county people take the hebdoma dal sheet of our facetious friend Put up orshut upITUB republicans took away another of the few remaining offices held by Idemocrats at Frankfort when George A Lewis was elected superintendent of Public Printing to succeed J W lledden last week The latter has made a good official and so will Mr Lewis He has had years of experience at the business and no more gen erally satisfactory appointment could have beenmade by the printing com mission Frank Kavanaugh State Li brian is beginning to get lonesome for democratic company in the new State capitol no doubt Like Tennysons brook he will go on forever if the forthcoming legislatures appreciate as they should the most faithful and effi dent of service to the people About Bolting In Politics Lexington Herald The Frankfort News is a quitter It accused the Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL I of paving the way to bolt Johnson for governor but when the latter comes back with a broadside over the numer ous bolts of the News the editor is as calm as an oyster There are times however when silence is better than spoken words Tom Reed once said to Joe Manley God Almighty hates a quitter Money For Teachers State Treasurer Farley has announc ed that he would have on hand by the first week in June enough money to pay the school teachers of the State It was thoughtsome weeks ago that the teachers would not be able to get their salaries until the last of July butCapt Farley says they will receive their mon ey during the first week in June if not on June 1 Kings Mountain c The last rain was an uninvited guest i but a very pleasant one Virgil Bastin and family of this o place have moved to Nicholasville Ed Rigney and Miss Laura Horton of Eubanks were united in marriage last week Misses Hattie and Lucllo Reynolds are visiting relatives at McKinney Mr i Ross operator at this place is a very heVMountain society Mrs Ludia Gooch MrkGooch entertained informally Friday verylone daughter are visiting relatives at Som erset William Leach was in Richmond recently on business Roy Dunaway 1and wife will start soon on a trip to the East which will include Washington r City Richmond and other points of interest Born to the wife of Col EverettLi Ludloff Miss Elizabeth Creighton of Burgin paid our city a short visit re If N centlyLOSTEight red female fox hounds j with white feet and white tip on tail Reward for return to J T Hackley Jr 232 The balloon of A Holland Forbes o New York and J C Yates a New York astronomer became unruly near T Center Metcalf county causing them to drop to earth in a general smashup andJmay are i Forbes will recover They were attempt i ng to establish a new long distance re cord n WAYNESBURG Rev W S Taylor filled his appoint ment at the church Saturday and Sun day There are several cases of measles in this community- W M Smith continues very ill Mrs Nancy J Jones was with us again last week working in the interest of the L 0 T M There were six new mem bers initiated into the order at our last review Mrs W D Johnson of Kings Mountain attended church here Satur day and Sunday Miss Delila Single ton of Somerset was with the home folks last week Misses Laura Brown visitetjMissesMrs Hendrick Hays visited her father J A Singleton at Pleasant Point Misses Effie and Myrtle Montgomery of McKinney visited relatives at this placeThe members of tbe Wayncsburg Lodge 384100 F visited the Stan ford lodge Tuesday night A supper was given in their honor by the mem bers over there and all who attended from here claimedlo have had a good timePostmaster T J Uurleaon requests the patrons on all rural routes out from this office to paint their boxes and the posts to which they are attached a pure white and to imprint their names and box numbers on boxes in black letters about two inches high It also requested that road officials paint upon the posts of boxes which are located at- crossroadsbut not attach signs there tothe names of the towns or villages- to which the crossroad lead with an indicator showing the direction This is required by the postoffico department Lancaster City Marshall Luther Heron of this place is in Washington county to see his mother who is ill Prof Nichols assistant principal of the Graded School here was elected principal of the new high school shortly- to be established at Harrodsburg- J T Conn of this county bought of E H Ritchie his farm near Wilmore Jessamine county for 10000 We ale sorry to give Mr Conn up as he is one of our oldest and most substantial farm ers Lancaster Record At a meeting of the Lancaster school board D W Bridges was selected as principal Miss Bettie Robinson of Campbellsville who made a very popu lar assistant principal several years was given her old place again Misses Harriet Fleetwood Eliza Smith Aman da Anderson Sue Brad be r and Mabel Mason will continue to work as mem bers of the faculty for still another termThomas Hicks living near Gilberts Creek and Miss Carrie Sanders of this county drove to the home of Elder F M Tinder Sunday afternoon and were marriedElder F M Tinder united in mar riage Cecil Broaddus and Miss Lela Hendren The bride Is the attractive daughter of John Hendren of Kirks ville and is a very popular young lady The groom is a well known and successful young business man of Buck eye Immediately after the ceremony the happy couple left for Cincinnati for a short trip Miss Alice Snyder and Betel Ramsay were married at the home of F M Tender who performed the ceremony Both are residents of the Scotts Fork section of Garrard Miss Corine Bruner and Andrew Jacobs were married at the hone of the bride Chamberlains 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 di gestion Sold by G L Penny For Sale avenueWaltons about for sale E C Walton Stanford Put the Cook In a Good Humor by providing her with a sack of Bailsmans Fancy Patent No 1 chantfe she is With such fine flour as Baughmans Fancy Patent No 1 she knows she cannot make any ex cuse for poor baking Order a sack today and see what lovely bread biscuits cake and pastry will be the resultJ H Baughman Co L Double Your Profits by Using an INDIANA SILO cornAisI grain therefore corn hand in the field loses 51 per 5 per cent total food value SILO is 95 per cent Why continue to waste poor stock When the reach of all and fully guar nine acres of corn and Also agent for the most ments Cutters Practical and loader R E GAINES AGENT to eat without to pay too for them W HIGG1NSI LStanford Sse fiPROFESSIONAL AND- BUSINESS CARDS e DR T W PENNINGTON Dentist Hours 83012 A M and 1 to 430 P M office Myers House Flats Stanford Ky DR w N CRAIG Oculist and Optician Office over H J RoRoberts1 store Stanford Kr J P CHANDLERAuctioneer I wilt conduct Bnyklnlof sales In Lincoln and surroundingcounties If you want land or stock see me Stanford RDNo 1 M H JOHNSON Auctioneer- I will conduct sales in this and sur rounding counties Satisfaction guar anteed Stanford RDNo 1 A W CURD AUCTIONEER I Burgin I ama graduate of Jonei National School of Auctioneers ChIcago and hnve had ox In tht UnIon stock Yards Ohicogcottwhere wetso- ld omu thoroughbred as 111 as 100 Aho In tiorso ttlct where Sfl 1ln wore made each day Anetlonculn li o telence and I Lava Itudlld It with this Idea lies or phone me before you arrange for your laletI con male lll to our nd YO ntn lie 2SIt I NOTICE I Those having clnlm aunt It thu estate of M r Hello Hlco deceaaMl will present them properly proven to tun Gt once Those ow ore noUlIll1 to lettle with me- lntmediaWlyAdminlstrntorOf 1UOITT Ifclle Hlce Harry JacobsDealer in and Manufacturer of Marble and Cranito Monu ments Marker and Pose Cemetery and JBWD Vines and feettce OHlce and work I Mc Kinney Ky TO THE FARMERS 1 wall continue to handle Fertilizer In the Jumbo and MoKlnney sections oud ak mold patrons to remember me I also ask th patronage of many new customer Dl NIPPLE London Ky Spring Summer Stock Uaveyonr measure taken by a tailor of ex perlence Then your clothes whether a low price suit or the finest evening clothe will have that Individuality and a which plainly indicate they were made to yoarmoaiurn 1 will alto take your mess ure for extra trouser fancy vests to eoatij and overcoat Hprln and Humme awplea on band ready for your inipectton HORUPLEYTheTallor Stanford Ky MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No 60 FA M will meet In stated communication on each flrtt and third Monday night of each month at 730 oclock In their ball on main treeet Stan ford Ky Members of sister lodges era firs ternally Invited to bo present T W Pen nlngton sec LNTIMETHBLENo 21 South 1UM P M No t1 Houtb 1044 A M- No1fNortbffOA x No K North 619 p x No 271029 AM No 2IIfO r M JOS S RICE Agent W A TRIBLEFurniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford Kentucky u 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 elevatorI The Cost of Living has not increased much if You Buy tho right Kind of Groceries Quality counts a whole lot in the ragu lotion of household ex perience Do your marketing here and youll find yourself en joying the best thhigs having much erase s H Kentucky i Bring Your Produce To Us We hue opened a produce home on SolD met inwt sad will pty tne Lighett mtrkct price for all kinds of couatrjr produce Brio ut your ttuf M 0 BASTIN do CO- Susiotd Ky i BL CKS lrrHING 1 Hrlng your Bltckimithlng and general repair work to me Hone boelng file oppositeihflllpaUIwKKTTStanford J Lteazley Co UndcrtaKera and Embalm en Also Dealers in Furniture Mat DgsRugs They will exchange Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCK Y CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I cnn furnlsh the puuno with the bvit ni well ni the freshest of cut flowers plAnts of sit kind bull potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths purposeIn above I have alt kinds of vegetables on band at reasonable prices CHillBTMAN OHKKN 1IOUHKH BD llUDIIAUl IBOK Htanrnrd Ky CONCRETING concrating and In fact we can makoAny thing from e house down to a fence pOIt Wo can serve you promptly and guarantee llr tclnn pricesePHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky J Je BELDEN dfcotof all kind such aa top recovered curtain HtopovorAldrldgeablackp IhonaNoTa J J BHLDHK Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to tell prlTatelyfmy itook of Uro eerie and Hardware Doing a good bullpeso Will invoice fcoo Reason lit kealth OKO BHOPPEftHtsnford- wKyWhen Hungry GOTO Oariona Restaurant Lancaster Street Htanford K Meals served at all hours up to 1130 p x Beit placo lu wnjfor a good quick meal Cooking to Nit our customers our specialty Splendid new line of fancy Groceries m Hot Coffee Sandwiches pies Buttermilk and sweet milt etc at all time W A CARSON Prop et Well DressedG0 xis I We are told that it is wrong to judge n man by his clothes 0 a still we cannot help but admire things of beauty on worth a- Wl Our young mans clothes at 15 to 2750 the suit are is a of real beauty and value and are always admired Greystr a and blue serges were never as popular before and our stock is full of them J 11- G g H J McROBERTS I g Stanford Kentucky 2 i 0 I oQOOQOO aQaQooG IH1oo DFaQoo t+o E E BEmmG L Penny R II Coffey E II Coleman m mm t will make liens lay cure them ot dianwj and them iu 00Iof JIIJwill more than Y t1It small expense of feeding is soulat Pennys Btore DrugW STOREfHti1cw 1 f Stanford Kentucky y When You Havef 1 fL Prcduce0 To Sell CnlltotIH B Northcottr t Stanford Ky Phono 153 THURMAN K TUDOR Manager 1 MAY 1 7th 1910 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY PAGE THRtt I Long Silk Gloves Fashion has again decreed that the long glove will be the vogre for Spring and Summer 1910 We have them at 75c 1 and 150 New Neckwear fVJustpins etc II SEVERANCE SON Stanford uoOn mO Kentucky INEEDLES Dobbins and Shuttles fo DrugIPERSONALS TUB young son of Thomas II Eads who bas been III is considerably Im proved MRS BERTHA JACKSON arrived Sat urday to visit friends in the county Miss CELIA PARMAN of London is the attractive guest of Mrs Pearl Free manJOHN FIELDS is atbome for a visit rotn Florida where he has been locat ed for some time Miss MARY HACKLEY went to Cln cinnati on the 14th to join a house par ty Riven by Misses Evelyn and Frances Jones of Clclnviow ave Walnut Hills T A RICE went to Louisville last week for a slight operation upon one 11Ofhis eyes which has been troubling him for some time JOHN W BROWN of Mt Vernon ono of the most popular attorney of tho Eastern Kentucky bar was here Sat urday on business MR AND MRS C W LOVELL an I having a delightful visit with Mrs W Eo Dawes at Burnsldo Fishing Is One t and Mr Lovell said to bo handling u trot line with great success TUB many friends of Judge George M Davison will bo glad to know that he has recovered from his recent illncsi lulllclently to be able to Ret out on the street MIss PATSY PHBWITT of Lexington spent several days last week with Mrs Homer Carpenter who is with her par- r ants Dr and Mrs J G Carpenter Tier husband was over a few days due ShelbvllloI I S HI R t IT F J JONES and Mrs I F Reynolds are on tho sick list at Crab Orchard MR AND MRS J B VANUIVIER of Mercer were guests of Mr and Mrs Bedell Chancellor last week MRS GEO B LYNK of Crab Orch ard is visiting her mother in Hawes villeMRS ELIZA BLAIN is in Frankfort the guest of her brother Capt R R Gentry and family MR E D EADS was at Mt Vernon last week doing some plumbing for W J SparksMR MRS JOSEPH COFFEY have been the Ruosta of their son Capt J L B Coffey at Frankfort MISSES PRILL AND BEECHER NEW DURN of Huttonville were guests of Mrs M J Adams and Miss Frances Adams last week- MissLuciNDA LUTES has been visit sting friends and relatives in Paris and WinchesterMESSRS CICERO REYNOLDS and John N Moncfec Sr were in the mountains last week looking at coal and timberlands with a view to buying Mss ELIZABETH LUTES left last week to join her brother Charles Lutes in Calgary Canada She will bo gone until fall FRIENDS of little Miss Sophia Saun derv will be glad to know that she Is not suffering with scarlet lever as was re ported last week She simply has a slight childish Indisposition and is roe covering nicely MR JOHN J MCRODERTS cashier of the First National Bank and one of Stan fords oldest and best citizens is ill at his home on East Main street with an attack of grip His many friends hope for a speedy recovery WITH SoftI r Plaited v- r Fancy or Plain Bosoms Detached or attached cuffs Our full made Coat Shirt is a model of convenience WHITEJSHIRTS In plain plaited full dress or negligee Our 1 Monarch Shirt is the standard of quality v and workmanship while our 150 Cluett is the acme of style and perfection and the colors all guaranteed not to fade II25csomething new tr Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY r L INi You Had Better Wake Up To the fact that there must be reasons why so many people come here for their dry goods carpets and shoes Dont you think it is a good idea to learn what they are Better still put our claims to an actual test then you will know from experience what many others have already learned namely that our merchandise cannot be excelled in character no matter how much more you pay than we charge for our service II i MISS LEVISA HARRIS has been on the sick list for several days MRS SUSAN MAURIS is quite lit again at her home In the country Miss BIRDIE MCCLUUE has been the guest of Miss Mamie Dunn in Lancas terMR AND MRS SAM ROBINSON and little daughter are in Louisville for a short visit Miss EFFIE Goocn of Wayncsburjr is the guest of the family of her uncle Mr James Gooch TilE Current Events Club will meet with Mrs W A Tribble Thursday af ternoon at 3 oclock Miss PEARL COLLIER of the East End has been tho guest of Miss Kit L daysINashville is h re spending a few days with his sis lets Mesdames G B Cooper and E C WaltonMiss Mattie Hubble of Hamilton Col lege Lexington is at home with her parents Senator and Mrs R L Hub ble Mr and Mra JJnck Beazley of Stanford were guests of Mr and Mrs J A Beazley for tho K P services Howard Newland and Misses Mary Mobley and Kate Newland of Stanford have been visiting their cousin Miss Nannle B Herring Lancaster Rec ordINVITATIONS have been issued by Mrs Carroll Shanks for a reception which she gives Friday May 20th from 2 to 4 P u in honor of the attractive and pop ular bride Mrs Thomas Handley ShanksW MCRODERTS was driven over from Danville Sunday to see his broth er J J McRoberts by Dave and Walt tr Dunn in an Overland car The lat ter were guests of Mr and Mrs M S Baoghman MRS J J DICKEY and Miss Ida Holtzclaw left yesterday to attend the Annual Womens Home Mission Society at Cynthiana Mrs Dickey is corresponding secretary and Miss Holtz claw goes as delegate LOCALS LOT of newest style rugs and mat tings WA Tribble L C Leghornngg15 for O cts Mrs J M Crete 222 HAVE you seen my harness adI Look it up J C McClary Second hand Bell City separator for sale at a bargain W O Walker tf LOST Plain gold bracelet with name inside Reward for return to this of fice a LoSTA silver npearl handled um brella Reward for return to this of flee 222 JUST received a car loadf American fence Its tho best made George II Farris Tim third team of the Graded School defeated the town team Saturday morn ing by a scorn of 13 to 6 FOR =Golden Oak Princess Dresser and folding bed Both good DS new Mrs J S Rice Stanford 23 4 I LosTBlack Berkshire sow weigh ing about 150 to 175 pounds just wean ed pigs Return to Bnwcn Givens at Hubble FOR SALE Fow nice cuff tOrt cockerels Also eggs for hatching Mrs W J Holtzclaw Stanford R K D No1 I HAVE for gale at i98 Urge and handsome pictures of Jack Johnson colored champion the world in dif ferent poses Hayden Stanford WILL STONE the contractor is plan nlng to comleto eight tobacco barns in this county this season He has that number under way with somo nearing completion He built four last year The meeting at the Methodist church continues with increasing interest Five persons have made profession and oth era are interested The meeting will continuo through the week afternoon and evening ON account of illness in the family of tho leading lady Miss Lala Nuchols the The Time of His Life by the Crab Orchard Dramatic Club has been indefinitely po tponedIIT was Frank Grose not Gose who is charged with selling the horse of II B Howard of Crab Orchard It is said that Grose is now in Nebraska and an effort will be made to bring him back for trial To relieve constipation clean out the bowels tone and strengthen the diges live or ansput them in a natural con dition with Uollistcrs Rocky Mountain Tea the moat reliable tonic for SO years 35 eta Tea or Tablets Shugara Tanner PURSUANT toan order of the Lincoln circuit court the creditors of the estate herebydirecteddersigned commissioner on or before May 25 1910 properly proven as requir ed by law H R Saufley M C L C C 3t REWARD INCREASEDThe Bastin Independent Telephone Co of has offered a reward of LancallterI capture and conviction of who cut down the wires between Hedge yule and Hubble Tho line has been rebuilt and service ntrain established It is said that the officers have a very strong clew and expect a arrest to follow soon sensationalI S100 Reward The teem of the paper wu be pfeawd to team that there M at lean one dreaded dens that telenre hi beta able to sun In an tu itarni aad that H Catarrh hales Catarrh Cure H Ue ocy potlUr cure nor known to UM medical micron stank bolD a enofUtutloul aimtf nqutm a couutu Uooal treatnnt flaw catarrh Lure to taken In ternally aettae directly upon the blood and roacom MItt ot the mtra theta deeteybg UM tauoditloa of the Otoraw and tlv toe Uw paUrat strength br building up the nutltuUon and aMfct tnt nature IB dotnt IU work The proprietor have b much faith m IU cnrallre rooi that they oner One Hundred Doter for any COM that M tan to cure Bead for Itol or tntlnonlala- Addm F J CHENEY CO Toteto aSold br an Drutxviu Tie eke saws Fatally Par for conettpaUoo Barn Lumber For Sale 120000 feet of Boxing Sheeting and Frame Lumber for Barn Pat terns which I will sell for cash or i trade for Corn Hay or good Horses and Mules Prices on this very reasonable for I want to sell Write i me at onab Respectfully Ci J SIPPLE London Ky 200000 Feet of Lumber At The Right Prices T have 200000 feet of lumber suitable for tobacco barns and oth er building purposes at reasonable prices Call on me or write me for prices and tell me what you want and I can suit your WALKER OWENS Pongo Ky Shipping Point Mt Vernon Lumber Longest Here is sent out first And you can be sure it has been here long enough to be thoroughly dried and seasoned Ever had any experience with green lumber If not dont h anker after it Take the experience of others and use only the seasoned kind the only lumber we sell J A ALLEN Stanford Ky You Kitchen Boiler VaterI hould never be tinkered with At the slightest sign of damage send for us and have us repair it proper ly or put in n nice one There have been many accidents caused by trying to save a small plumbing bill And our bills are always as small as honest plumbing will per mit W K WARNER Phene 188 STANFORD KENTUCKY I Hosiery r No better values to be found any where than we sell at lOc lSt3 l5c Wesell the American Beauty hose for girls in black red igil blue pink and white at 25c x Head Accessories Turban pins side combs barretts back combs hair combs ens Notes and Accounts Collected IWe collect notes and accounts anywhere in the United States Jte charges unless we collect Also look after claims of all kinds- Bank references Correspondence solicited I MAYS COLLECTION AGENCY WOODSON MAY Mgr i Somerset KentuckyI LoSTl Ohojt at Woods Crossing Reward for return B W Givens e I TimE Baccalaureate sermon to the graduating class ot the Stanford High School will be preached by Dr Gill at the Baptist church next Sunday night I instead of in the morning as at first announced If your stomach Is continually kick ing up a disturbance you feel bloated and distressed if you belch gas and sour food into the mouth then you need Miona Stomach Tablets Guar anteed by G L Penny at 56c The name of Mr JT Hackley Sr was inadvertantly placed among those who are seeking to secure a bridge Boylelineposed to the bridge for he does not be that the bridge would benefit the county or add to the convenience of Lincoln county people in getting to Stanford besides would cause an un necessary expense Fish Biting Well Fish have been biting excfiptieulty well at the lake the past week ores dsome extra nice bass have been eaachu Members of the fishing club and tkthr guests have been Qut nearly eyery day and all have had good luck A drum mer for Bourne Bond of Louisville made some nice hauls last week toil siderablc laughter was caused among the assembled fishermen when he cross ed the dam by conning over It instead of risking his balance walkis over the twofoot embankment Those who have been out to Dix rif ersay that the bass are biting splt di ly there this spring though there tu been considerable dynamiting and 4lur Inr N l Riding Cultivators The Genuine Brown And Busy Beer I I If m TI W E PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY JSL MartinIR Hughes T W Humble W O I Wash Goods I f We have just received a new line of white goods in j I lawns mercerized chiffon French lawns and PersianI rette cloth suitable for waists dresses etc I also a nice line of linen finish suitings in natural white and We are also showing oUcolorsII tiful line of tiste lawns all j i preferred shades Instripesrings f dots and flor al patterns I I f HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes L STANFORD i KENTUCKY rr- l 1 1 FOURs Dispersal Sale of the Glenburnie Short Horns To fie Sold j Thursday May 26 1910 Near Danville Ky Sale At One OClock Ppelt H Pro HAWKINS ProprietorP O STANFORD KENTUCK- YAUCTIONEERS Col Qeo P Bellows Maryville MoCol Cary M Jones Chicago m H AUTOMOBILES Ii SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES AGENTS FO- RFlanders 20 750 E M F 30 1250 Haynes S2OOO 11 BaKer Electric 2OOO to 4OOO StudebaKer Garford 4000 to 6000 If interested Phone us Bell 24 and we will gladlygive you demonstrationDanville J Coal CoDanvilleKy PUBLIC SALE We will sell at public auction at Himnelleys Stock Yards in Stanford o FRIDAY and SATURDAY MAY 27 28 A lot of nice horses cows hogs cattle keep farming inplements and infactlots of everything a man needs on a farm It you are looking for some choice bar pins dont miss this sale If you have anything to sell let us know W H Fields W M Duncan J T Morris t SAVE YOUR FOWLS I I y ci1trytriosyorthoworldi Ms wkb nl 4oluto certainty to cure And prercnt touprof poultry dts v eepsfowlaesluhyarid1reeMitt tctaunent of Blackhead and other dtitewea In turkeys rPJourh Poultry CureI HAS NO EQUAL Hit W W R+lrme U Imll fJI a aotytutdybavttever T bmaniiiccbIclcnt locpeulr aTryeunnd I lIraqalCt1Ircdt Co Leading Druaalit BOo Vial J Heavy Harness Work Steccfves just careful attention fiswn the fanciest driving har aesa we make Of course the loath urJU solid well tanned and can dany reasonable sirain We I4Yf equip your horse your entire 4 at M CLARY Stanford Ky Mr F P CliTPitJiKf opt L pye CPIBourbon Remedy ILuiulIODr At All oar BottleTrial Fra I ForHeavy as r us as I to i aetfaction esI FARMERS DEPARTMENT IFOR SALE Tobacco bed in fine shape 74x9 eet Apply to Thomas Dodds at Cashs store Turneravillc 232 FOR SALE two Black Berkshire boars CarpenterFreshShanks 22 3 Two bluegrass need strippers In first class condition cheap for sale n G Lutes Jones Cress sold a tarot good hogs to Green Embry Co of Cincinnati at Sic For SaleA fine tobacco bed 90 feet long b 9 wide near McKinney Ap to G A Alford 22 3 FIVE good second hand buggies for sale U D Carter Stanford I will handle hordes break them to ride and drive well at very reasonable charges Will Adams Stanford Two ewes came to my place owner can same I Carsonti4MorelandKy Fouryearold work horse for sale a good worker and driver M F Law rnceR D 4 Stanford 213 At the Wool Growers union meeting iQ Louisville it was reported that 200 000 pounds of wool will be pooled Kentucky this year double the amount of last year B W Lord sold 65 hogs to Monte Fox and J P Ingram for =900 and 32 cattle to Mr Fox at 100 per head and a fancy combined horse for 200 Ad vocateFlrstclassmule colts bid fair to seasonnr his crop of four colts and we hav heard of others at pbout tho same fig ures Winchester Democrat Dick Chandler of Cedar Creek who was one of the first farmers tn Lincoln to set out tobacco this season says those sot by planter are doing much better than the handset s- At the sale of Drll D Rodman Jerseys in Shelby county 190 bee calvesbullspaid by J C Bright of Shelbyyille who secured Stockwells a 3 yearold cow at 745 The highest price byTomThere were about 100 cattle on the market at Danville Monday Up to 1 oclock the only bale made was a cow and calf bought by Lutes d Arnold from Crutcher for 4250 The Markets Cincinnati May 1C CattleRecelpts 253 market auiet and t good shippers 6 50 to 760 comn 275 to 540 Hoga Receipts 1673 market higherbutchlr8 mon 8 75 to 9 65 SheepReceipts LambsMarket Notice Tobacco Growers lave decided to clean up what to already000 pounds Anyone having tobacco unsold will well to sec me in the next StanfordKy For Sale Small well Improved farm just out side of town limits between Stanfor- and Rowland has splendid house with barnfineI 2milesand1lmbcris in cultivation For information call on or address Frank Cordier RowlandrKy Stock For Sale yearsOldHood worker Also bAY mre 6yoarnohl Moendrtlngdler TKlAK DUNN HustonYllle NOTES ON TUG GAME Morrison Bright has been out of the last two games with the mumps but Walter Singleton has done well In left and Waters is playing a star game at second Hustonvillo comes Wednesday andon the 24th the hoys go to Harrodsburg for a return game While warming up before the game the lIarrodsburg catcher let a high throw get by him and tho ball hit Mike Penny an awful smash full on the left ear It laid the clever young catcher out for a while but he went into the justbegtnning over Injured Six of memberIThe overages in the five games season are Penny 428 Coleman thisI McCarty 389 M Bright three 357 Embry 343 T Bright 317 gleton 292 Hill 200 Waters 143 PUBLIC SALE Of Fine Bourbon Stock and Tobacco Farm As horrs of the late Mrs Salllo E premisedSlCynthiana turnpike o- nThursdayMav2610 at the hour of 2 ooook p m and without reserve her farm of 3Cu acres of land The farm Is without question ont of the best Improved tracts of land in the the Blue Grass region and is in a high state of cultivation It has been In the same family for one hundred Tears and each genera IrufrIn Ft has upon It one of tho best two story modern brick resldemvs in tae county containing eleven rooms halls 10 closets 1 store room a double front veranda with elegant bay window be tween double back porches and with cellar under main portion of thal uiid lag The house contains a slate roof has fen newly painted and is in splendid condition Insldo and out There is a large cistern near the roar door and stateTheremeat house brick cabin in the yard stable tobacco barn for ten acres of tobacco and a good house otdvuroom3 The farm is ono of the best fenced tracts of land la the county is ray exceptIluers Run flowing through one corncrof the place while a number of barer thenThe land lays well being iulllclent ly rolling to afford natural drainage and Is of a rich productive soil A said o154 acres of cora Jut year has I sow It a line growing crop ofI wheat1which Is sown to claret the lat nicely Sixty acted Is to be planted in corn one be seeded to wheat in the fall of 1 10 The farm Is surrounded on all sfdes by cltl EiFonethe west the land of Miss KUzabotb Grimes and Mrs R C Talbott on the north and bounded by Stoner creekon the east 1 he residence and surrondlngs are among the most attractive on thd Paris and Cynthlana pike tho former being located j5 yards from the road heartdland well sot in blugrass and shaded with cedars maple walnut and sever al ttteeTheand Paris Interurban railway which has been surveyed and will bo built within the next twelve months runs directly In front of the premises and will afford quick transportation la either direc tion The farm will be sold fn two tracts the homo place going in the direction from to Cyathiana containing Improvemenswill compose tract No1 and the un laadlylaglmalerllalelyscrossu compose Tract Na S in one of the richest ItIsacre of fine timber and Is richly sot in bluegrass Tho timber consists of mammoth red and white oaksblue and black ass maple and w l es and Is of such A variety and abuadande 93 to toobaccobarnaon it an clfgaatjind cqraulaadloffaitofor a every acfeof tbobjie bundled apd 1he will pr oo btcbitthat could be grown Pro4XI ivobuyersarnnvtedtovlsB- the farm And ItH Uatkualctd bJI Dortunltics as a stock and ogrlcuUural farm wholeIncluding1010 and possession given March 1 separatedbe accented If separately purchasers of tract No2 can base Immediate poe eseloa liberaldstormshN D C9lonelGeorgcS UpToDate greybrowns you SAM ROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln hank KY STYLISH L L Crab I buyennd eed and beat pcu outside Louisville Lexington STANFORD KY Wo also general and fcod VALTON VPrcs Co Stanford KentucUy Town Property Handled Commission Stocks and Bomb- Sdd Have Property Bell Notify Write for Circular L II Insures Tobacco andToblCM earns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Ulan STANFORD KY Residence Phone omce Insure with and fully protected Q D Now Llvbn Dopot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY Above the Smoke and Ashes The fire insurance policy carries the thoughtful man safe from loss Your fishes will turn into just many good dollars and there was ever looked like godsend which you reap from a policy that reimburses you for your loss by tire and doubly secure by being drawn by FishPennlnglon Stanford Ky Fh We nave The Most Line of Pants in Town 4 nel greens and blue serges nothing but style Come and let us show them to I County National STANFORD UPTODATE BoysclothinJt reach of all SANDERS Orchard Kentucky you have anything to raH in theISTOCK III Take to Nunnelleys New Stock Yards He Bel a every dj thetyear except Sunday brfog OB your tock Beet market i tho State with plenty water covered of or do hitch business W111CAIfCTIns C LIUIUGHESST Stanford Real Estate fi Farms and on If you to or Kent Us tto t R HUGHES Secretary SanfordtKy Mt 8C me be CARTER+ so if money that a it is that that is If fu of Ji j J C McClary 1i Undertaker and STANFORD EmbalmerImss Paoael5T