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A r NO. 23 MAKING SPLENDID GRAPHIC STORY A Helm's Good Work. dispatch from EMBRY PITCHES AN ALMOST PERFECT GAME. Stanford Defeats Harrodshurg Saturday And Wins Its 18th Straight Victory. Kightecn straight victories in a row ball team, but that Is just what tho Stanford High School team has done. The victory at Hustonville Thursday made tho 17th and then Harrodshurg camo nlong Saturday and made tho 18th victim. Tho sporting editor of the I. J. was unable to go to Hustonville for tho game, as it was press day and on that day he dutifully takes his turn as "devil." The score was 13 to 11 in favor of Stanford, after 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 appearance this year, and he was not in form for box work as he has been playing at short in previous games. After the home team had piled up what seemed enough to win, Singleton was withdrawn and Wesley Embry sent In and they got to Vowell and Swope, pitching for Hustonville, so strong that they came on ahead and won. Husronville's line-uin this game was as follows: G. Dunn. 2b; Bishop, c; Swope, lb and p; C. Dunn, ss; Hicks3b; Neal, cf; Hall, If; Stagg, rf and lb; 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 Wednesday game afternoon. Ontside of the first inning, the game against Harrodshurg 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. Mulet 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 the local 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 innings ho held the and visiting batsmen without the slightest semblance of a hit or a run. It looked like a 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 Hill could not reach. This broke the spell and Embry eased down, Davenalong port following with a the left field foul line and scoring Nelson. Penny threw low to third to catch the runner and Coleman let it get by. DavenDort going home. This was all they could do, however, and but for this wobble at the very wind-up- , it wouid have been a perfect pitching re Embry deserves great cord. At that credit for his fine work. After tallying five scores in the first, the local lads did not get around again until the fourth, when Hill got a pass, followed by one to Waters' ribs and Mccarty's hit, which put Hill in. In the seventh inning ss pretty a squeeze play as was ever pulled off in big leagues was worked by Waters and Penny. The little follow led off and was safo when Rue dropped the throw. McCarty's single sent him to third. Waters got off with Hulett'e arm like a flash and Penny laid down a beauty along the third base line, Waters scoring easily. and Itulett just did nip fenny at first. The score: is going same for any p three-quarter twn-bagg- Hill Curtis, known us "Tige." shot RECORD IN NORTHWEST OF BELL'S DEATH. Ji n Leo In a crap game nt Crab Orchard Sunday nnd was brought to jnll Charles Lutes Makes Big Profit Former Harrodshurg Man Writes Mother and Four Little Ones here by Marshal James T. Jones Leo On Farm And Gets Fat Job csught three bullets, but it Is not known of the Street Car Accident Stricken by Ptomaine In Ham With Big Firm. yet how budly ho is injured. Both nro at Seattle. Saved. But arc that tho Washington says public buildings bill will con tnin appropriations for government buildings in the Eitghth district as fol lows: Lawrencoburg $G0,000 and She! byvlllo $10,000. colored. News has been received I'tomilne poisoning camp near com log ri wholusalo tragedy In a popular family hero last week when Mrs. T. i). Ilaney and her four daughters were taken seriously ill after oatlng soma hum. V which It believed to have been Infected. The ham wan eaten for breakfast and V some of It wan wranncd in the lunch s, which thrco of the children, Kate SeverMary Mooro nnd Martha Mr, ance, took with them to school Ilaney was away from home, In Lexington, on business nt tho time The children who ate the ham nt school became no HI that they were takon homo, where Mrs. Raney and her other child, I.cna Cook, wero also found In the throes of agony from otsonlng. Ur J. P. Peyton and other physicians sre bjrrledly summoned, and overy thine known to medical science was resorted to to save them. Several of the family wero severely affected and for a while their lives wero despaired of but finally the efforts of tho medical men rucceeded, and all were gotten out of danger. here that Charles Lutes, by friends formerly of COUNCIL VOTES TO PUT 'PHONES OUT. Mayor Breaks Tie In Council And Pretty Fight In Courts May Be The Outcome. The telephone situntion camo to a had at n meeting of the Stanford city council tost week, when tho council by a tin vote which Mayor A. II. Florence broke, passed an ordinance imposing a penalty of $100 a day upon all corporations which conduct business in the city without a frunchise Tho majority of the council contend that tho Hast Tennesseo Telephone Co has no franchise to do business In Stanford. It is understood that the telephone company contends it has. Tho courts will undoubtedly bo called upon to settle the thu question, so some lengthy litigation bet wren the city nnd telephone company may now be expected. The telephone company refused to accede to the council's demand that telephone rules in the city be placed upon thu uniform basis of f2 and f 1, In lieu of all old subscribers receiving this rate whereas new subscribers ore charged $2.75 and $ I 65 for business and residence 'phones respectively. Upon receipt of information of the company's decision, the council took the action Councllmen Shugars, above stnted. l'ence and Allen voted ngainst the ordinance designed to drive the company out of town, while Councilmcn Anderson. Elmore and I'owell voted for it, and Mayor Plorenca broke the tie by voting for it. The council voted to have a granitoid sidewalk put down in front of tho residence of Mrs. Coodknight and ordered n pavement put down on the sido of the Christian church property. r Hustonville, now living in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, sold n farm a few days ago for $20,000, which he only paid $6,000 for about u year ago. This was u dissolution sale, thu firm of Lutes & Weil dissolving partnership, duo to the falling health of the latter. in CanMr. Lutes says ho will adian soil and continue to mnko his home there, lie thinks it n great country for money mnking ami u fine climate to llvei. After closing out thu Lutes & Weil business, Mr Lutes accepted a position with Morris fc Co., of Chicago, the largo meat packers, as head buyer for their hie plant in Dnlgary at asnug salary of $5,000 a year nnd expenses. Mr. Lutes is well known here, having bought much stock in this county In past years. He is believed tn be one of tho youngest live stock dealers in the country. Morris & Co. ars to be congratulated on securing so valuable a man. Mr. Lutes extends a cordial invitation to his Lincoln county friends to visit him in Calgary, where he will show them that hu has not forgotten how to spread on real old Kentucky hospitality. Getting Too Familiar. Lightning Strikes Near Hubble Second Time In Few Weeks. Miss Alcorn Honored. Placed in Charge of New Department at School For Deaf. At the meeting of the trustees of the Lightning struck In tho Hubble sec- School for the Deaf, at Danville, Miss a few weeks, lion the second time in Sophia Alcorn, of this city, who is a one day last week, when the end of the member of the regular faculty, was school-housthere was badly torn and doors were being opened. My reelected to take charge of the deaf-blin- d Luckily, however, the by a fiery bolt. department of thu school. This is a collection is that we had traveled probbuilding did not tako fire, and the damnew department of the school nnd was ably 10 or 15 minutes and had come to age did not amount to much. One end made possible by thu appropriation of a stop at Orchard Beach, the first staof the house was badly damaged, but the last Legissature. Miss Alcorn will tion beyond, where they were unloading that was about all. make extra preparation for this work passengers. I can just remember hearA few weeks ago tho church in that this summer by studying at Faribault, ing a noise in front that seemed to chill good section of the county was struck Minn , and Delavan, Wis. She has dis the very marrow in my backbone, and by lightning, but not badly damaged. tinguished herself by eminent success then I raised my eyes nnd saw that and Soma think that there is a heavily in her chosen profession and her seleo-tio- n other train was crowding in upon us. loadstone, or metallic attracto head this department is a just Of course we were dazed, and if a word Delegates Elected tion ef soma sort in the hills nearby, recognition of her exalted ability. The was said I have no recollection of it. McCreary to Speak hesvenly fire. which thus draws the board authorized the erection of an an- Con and I were sitting with our faces Squlra McKechnle expresses the belief The practically against the front glass; Mrs. To Big Convention at Frankfort nex to the trade department. that the bolts are really aimed at Stan- At Dedication of Confederate Mon building Is to cost $5,000. Goddard, the little Rochester girl and By Local Women's Club. ford, but are deflected toward Hubblo our baby on the front seat across the ument In Danville. by Inability to affect the hardened sinaisle, withMrs. Bell immediately behind The Women's Improvement Club of Chivalry Costly. ners ef this city. Mrs. Goddard. We must have attempt- Stanford at its regular meeting last Invitations reading as follows have ed to arise in our seats when tho crash week elected a delegate to the convenbeen received here: Mad Dog Scare Kate Morrison Breckinridge Women Drown When Mississippi came, after which I knew nothing tion of the otate Federation ofjWomen's The whatever until we were about to be Clubs at Frankfort, to be held this Chapter, U. D. C invite you to be River Steamer Sinks. uuloaded at the Emergency Hospital in week, and took active steps for i'nt at the unveiling of the monu-- ' Causes Excitement In Little City Seattle two hours later. My first re- further work toward the beautification (a memory of the Confederate Twelve lives were lost when the collection of anything pertaining to the and improvement of the city. Mrs. Of, Ottcnheim Other Newsy dUl on --y 20th. 1910, at 1 p. ra." steamer Saltillo sank in tho Mississip event is that of our precious boy hang- Shelton M. Saufley was elected dele Notes. ie soeakors will be: James B. McCreary ".This pi river below St. Louis last week. ing to my neck, begging and almost gate to the Frankfort convention, with fcator Seven passengers and five of the crew convulsive, and seeing Mrs Goddard, Mrs, W. A. Tribble as alternate. Mrs. Ottkniieiu, May 16. Hljt arte Spot." morgan s were drowned by the tilting of the Mrs. Bell and others stretched about J. J. Dickey, presidont of the club, will uasu rr. uukc Ua4 dogs have caused a great deal ut nerai gang plank when it hit a tree. That the floor around me; also a quiet little also attend the federation meeting. of excitement around about this plsce Mer." The local club is planning adornment Cipt. John II. Leathers "Jackson's the loss of life was due to the mistako form on a bench across tho aisle, which lately,' several rabid canines having of ordering the passengers to hurry someone told me was our little guest of of the hillsides back of St. Asaph's M.i." beeit killed. jol. Bennett II. Young-"T- he Ideal from the sinking boat when she was the evening. I was dazed, having been creek by planting of morning glories JCtaV Manuel and family, of EH.W Hill, near tho shore was the assertion of knocked unconscious from the fall which and other proline flowers along its Manuel. Confederate Soldier." are viiUIg hU father, Thos I must banks. A rest room with library and I received at the beginning. Capt. Crane. of Cincinnati, spent SunJoe "It was a bad mistake," he said. have lapsed Into insensibility again and other comforts is also under consideraday with bis aged mother, Mrs. Skelton EczcmaA Germ Disease, Can "Had we caused the passengers to wait know nothing further until I awakened tion for the city. The membership of Now Be Cured. a minute before trying to cross the on a cot in tho hospital and had pres- the local women's organization is rapTUchard Chandler has given his tobac gang plank, none would have been lost. ence of mind sufficient to inquiro for idly increasing and much good work for co setter a trial, with good satisfaction The medical profession is all agreed At the time the order was given, how- Con. They totd me that he was on the of conditions in the city and he says it saves the back. that Eczema Is a germ, diabase, but the ever, no human power could tell that cot beside me, and his piteous moans the betterment cleaning up of StanSome of the people of this section are thing that has batlled them Is to find the boat was not going to roll over In- and wails could be heard over the en- are planned. The ford inaugurated by these women was advantage of the recent rains eomo remedy that will got to the germ to the river and drown overy soul on taking tire building Just about that time the a splendid success and encouraged them ami have begun setting out tobaccq and destroy thorn. board. It is easy to look back and see cot was wheeled away from me and I very much in their efforts to make a plants. Zemo, the clean, external treatment, what we might have done." Upon my better city. again lost consciousness. A. C. Sido has been here in tho Inter-- e has solved this difficulty by drawing tho Testimony at tho inquest showed that next quory they simply told me that Maccabees, seeking to estab- germs to the surface of tho skin and deof thu the chivalry of the men, who permitted death had come on the operating table. lish a tent at this place, with ensuristroying tho germ life that causes the the female passengers to start across About an hour after this, which was Splendid Work ng prospects. Andy Adams sold a good work horse diseases. Tho whole method of treat the gang plank first cost the lives ot probably 3 o'clock in the morning, the to Chaa. Kldd for $100 and bought a ment and cure by Zemo Is explained In, five women and a baby. Capt. Harry little girl breathed her last. One par Of Miss Ila Holdam Receives Due yoke of oxen from him for $130 ' an Interesting book on tho subject is It seems now that a few straw a sued by the makers of Zemo. It tells N. Crane ordered the men to stand ticularly queer feature, I am informed, Recognition In Chicago. scattering bunches of aside until the women left the boat. is that Con had no mark of mutilation and 'a few grapes will be tho sum total of fruit how to euro yourself at homo of Ecze- They did so, and tho gang plank was upon him savo the fracturo at the base Friends and relatives have received that we are likely to have. ma, Blackheads, Pimples, Dandruff and women when it was tilted of the brain. This proves to my mind Andy McKlnney, of Garrard, visited all diseases of th skin and scalp. Call filled with news of the promotion ot Mfss Ila Hoi olT Into tho muddy waand they slid that both he and I must have half rls relatives in this section last weea. position at Penny's Drug Store for tho. booklet ter. en in our seats and by force of the im- dam, of Crab Orchard, to the and learn tnoro about this clean, sim pact, were thrown entirely beyond reach of second matron in the Michael Rees A "Funny" Experience. Chicago, where she has ple remedy that Is now recognized the of the oncoming train. When I tell Hospital, in Gone Fishin'. standard treatment for all diseases of you that the train which ran us down done such efficient service as a trained The Casey County News publishes the skin and scalp. freight with probably nurse for some time. Miss' Holdam W. S. Fish and W. P. Kincaid, of was a made the unusual record ofserving for this; this city, and K, N. Beazloy and J. S several hundred tons of coal, makirg five consecutive months injthe surgical "F. S. Grooms and Hawker Brown, Hcncy-Gaddi- s. speed anywhere from 60 to 75 miles an Campbell, of I'aint Lick, went down in ward, when all previous nurses had of Dove, left a peculiar looking egg nt to Casey for a several days' fishing hour down grade, you can readily im- been compelled to give up after about this office Monday, It has the appearit Hubert Gaddis and Miss Frances trip. They drove through in Mr. Beaz agine the result to those seated in the a month's service, their nerves failing ance of befog enclosed In a stone shol Henry, popular young couple front end of the car being struck Tho a from ley's new Elmore motor car. requirand rude letters are on thu shell. Mr little Rochester girl, seated with Mrs them after the strenuous work; Mllledgeville section, secured marGrooms bellevea this curiosity portends the ed In this ward, license from County Clerk Geo. Fred Bowling, son of J. D. Bowling, Goddard, had both legs broken and was some great calcumlty that is coming in riage Not only did Miss Holdam break all B. Cooper last week and were mado of Crawford, Laurel county, was found simply a mangled bit of human flesh records In this, respect, but Ishe also the near future. Mr, Grooms tells a home of Uev. Burke. Both by tho railroad track near East Bern- - and bones. upon an averago of about funny Incident that happened to Mr one at the Mrs. Bell Is doing as well as could be attended many friends in their recently, while playing with a have a ereat will wish them much com - strdt. Ills Bkull was fractured and one expected. She, like me, received no ten operations per day and the phyBrown hsumunitv who pet cow, He accidentally got his arm hiness Tho groom is only 21 yecrs of arm was cut ofl near the shoulder. He broken bones, but was simply bruised sicians regarded her as one of the mott hung between the cow's horns when it age and his bride but 16, so that her had been struck by a train. He is at nver the entire body. Our little boy competent assistants In delicate cases Infirmary, London, and is in the city of Chicago. Her many friends became frightened and drug Brown lather s written consent was required Pennington sustained only a sprained ankle. ot license. in a precarious condition. and loved ones Ip Lincoln will be exever a 10 aero field, tearing down fenc before issual glad to learn that she has fag, rending his clothes and Inflicting John D. Rockefeller would go broke ceedingly Every family and especially those Never hesitate about giving Chammany ugly scratches and bruises." done so well injhorjehoaen profession. whoreuide In tho country, should be berlain's Cough Remedy to children. if he should spend his entire income provided at all times with a bottle of It contains no opium or other narcotics trying to prepare a better medicine Squire James J Price, a veteran of touch of rheumatism, or a twinge A Chamberlain's Liniment, There Is no the Mexican war, and one ot the oldest of neural ia, whatever the trouble Is, telling when It rosy be wanted in case and can bo given with Implicit confi- than Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and citizens ot Clay county, dropped dead dence. As a quick cure for coughs and Diarrhoea Remedy for diarrhoea, dye CtoaisAeylaWa Liniment drives away yard at Manchester in the court-hous- e emergency. accident It U ilea- - Ha bad given his testimony In a murder and euree tba com- - of an XMiwnt ) or cases or r It Is ooUs to which children are susceptible, I mtary or bowel complaints. MmmIb at , an e mag-netlte- The Harrodshurg Herald prints a let ter from Ralph Uoddard, a formr Harrodshurg citizen, who was with Judge Bell when thu latter was killed in the d street car wreck at Sunttle. Mr. graphically describes the fearful nccident. Part of his letter says that their party, with Judgo and Mrs. .Bell, were entertained at dinner by Judge Saulsbcrry, n former Kentuckian. He then says: "Tho judge's new country home is situated at Brynmawr, a town founded on the beautiful shore of Lake Washington, nbout 12 miles south of the city. In true Kentucky spirit, Judge Saulsberry arranged for us all to go oui together In the middle of the af ternoon, Mrs. Goddard and I taking boy and along our two year-olJulia 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 tcr a most delightful repast, the eve' ning spent was an ideal one, indulging ourselves to the fullest in Kentucky rtminiscenses. At 10 o'clock we took the car for homo. On account of tho chill of thu evening and from the fact that our baby was asleep in Mrs. Goddard's arms, we all settled ourselves on the vcrv foremost seat of the car that we might avoid the draft which would naturally strike us In the middle or rear where windows God-dard WILL KEEP LINCOLN IN FRONT RANK. Fiscal Court Has Now Let Con' tracts For Reconstruction Of Pikes In County. No action was taken by the fiscal court at its meeting last week In regard to tho petition of citizens in tho northwestern end of the county who wnnt a bridge over the Hanging Fork, uy a tie vote the court Idecided not to take action at this time, Judge Bailey voting with those who did not want the'bridge built now, and breaking the tie. The matter may come up before the next session of tho court, however. The court voted to allow Krueger & Co. $3,000 of the amount still due them for building of the court-housafter a committee had examined tho report of Architect Milburn, which suggests a few minor changes that will be carried out by the contractors. Contracts were let for the reconstruction of the remaining pikes to be im proved in the county. E. T. Beaziey 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 pos sible, and believes that it has taken steps which will insure this. The energy of the fiscal court in this directionwill be much appreciated by the traveling pub lic 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 the already good name of Lincoln county. V4l C4n, Stanford. Waters, 2b AB R II PO A E 2 3 2 4 0 10 13 40 22 10 8 2 11130 10 0 0 0 1 ber-rla- McCarty, lb Penny, c Singleton, ss Coleman, 3b Embry, p Walt Singleton, T Bright, rf Hill, c? 0 0 2 4 If.... 3 4 3 27 00 00 8 11140 0 10 3 10 1 10 0 0 4 27 15 2 Harrodshurg. Sims, Sb Nelson, ss Rue. AB R II PO A E 4 0 0 1 ,0 2 3 run-awa- y Davenport, c. H.Coleman 4' 4 Duean.rf Hulett, p lb 110 311 1143 2 00 10 1 L Coleman, cf t Vandlver ' X Robertson, If,......, .10 28 3 0 0 10 0 30025 20000 300$1 0 1 0000 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 24 12 5 2; double plays -- Uill and McCarty; I, Coleman and Rue. Passed ball Davenport Left on bases Stanford 4; 2. Time of game One hour and nnd 40 minutes. Umpires-Shan- ks Batted for Robertson in 9th. Score by innings: 1 2 3 4 5 G 7 8 9- -T Stanford 500 1002 0 0- -8 Harrodshurg .... 000000002 -- 2 Earned runs Stanford 1: Harrods-huJ- g Davenport. 1. Two bsse hits, StoSacrifice hits Penny. Coleman len bases -- Waters, McCarty, Nelson Struck out -- by Embrv 7, by Hulett 2, Embry 2, off Hnlett base on balls-- off PAGE TWO THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. WAYNESBURG. Double Your Pfofite by Using an I5" Established VEIIY TUESDAY 1 1872. AND In FIUDAY At Tcr Year SAUFLEY Advance Publisher HELTON Entered fit tbo Tost Ofllco nt Stan ford, Ky., as Second Class mall. The new editor of the Harrodsburfr Republican, our old Frankfort friend, T. Sanders Orr, talks about Stanford as a "little one horse town" In noticing that the Interior Journal is about to install a linotype. Now isn't that the limit? Mercer county people bring their cattle and horses here to market; we recently told how several wagons from Mercer brought t hemp to our warehouse here to sell; It's only been a few weeks since Harrods-bur- g tried, but failed to secure for her school tho man who has been at the head of the Stanford public schools for several years; we would suggest that a glance over tho score of tho ball game played between Stanford and Harrods-bur- g last Saturday conclusively settles all remaining questions as to superiority between the two cities, but in final determination of lingering doubts, we'll wsger a new summer's bonnet that more Stanford people read the Semi-Weekly Rev. W. S. Taylor filled his appointment at tho church Saturday and Sunday. There are several esses 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 tho L. 0 T. M. There wero six new members Initiated into tho order at our last reviow Mrs. W. D. Johnson, of Kings Mountain, attended church here Saturday and Sunday. Miss Delila Singleton, of Somerset, was with tho home-follast week. Misses Laura Brown and Etta Gooch, of Somerset, visited Misses Asilla and Ethelyn Singleton. Mrs. Hcndrick Hays visited her father, J. A. Singleton, at Pleasant Point' Misses Eflle and Myrtle Montgomery, INDIANA SILO. lAMAHAIIAJ t0tfKC MAY 17th 1910 ttV grain, therefore com hand in the field loses 51 per 5 per cent, total food value SILO is 95 per cent. Why continue to waste poor slock? When the reach of all and fully guar nine acres ot corn and Also agent for the most ments, Cutters, Practical : : : and loader. uses one. Ask any man who... eliiirt-In llr ....... ... rnnt.-ilnfi- l tfl W c 51 per cent, of the food value of corn riml cnli Ip.ivpc ...... . ..... lie., Jftnrr rpnf In I.....wu. led by cutting and shocking cent, by putting In the SILO saved by feeding through the .... .U'. half of your feed and have INDIANA SILO is within the $185 SILO holds antced. feeds 28 cattle six months. ensilage and and com elevator equip-convey- or of McKinney, visited relatives at this place. Tho members of Jtho Waynesburg Lodge 384 I. 0. 0. F. visited the Stan-for- d lodge Tuesday night. A supper was given in their honor by the members over there, and all who attended from here claimed to have had a good time. Postmaster T. J. Uurleson requests the patrons on all rural rdutesout from this ofllco to paint their boxes and the posts to which they are attached a pure whito 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 aro located at not attach signs theretothe names of the towns or villages to which the cross-road- s lead, with an indicator showing tho direction. This is required by th3 postofllce departcross-roads-b- R. E. GAINES. The Cost of AGENT btinq has jlWl f IFF3 ' not increased so much if You Buy tho right Kind of Groceries Quality counts n coln county people take the hebdomadal sheet of our facetious friend. Put up or shut up. Interior Journal than Lin- whole lot in the regulation of household exDo your perience. marketing here and The republicans took away another of the few remaining offices held by democrats at Frankfort when George A. Lewis was elected superintendent of Public Printing to succeed J. W. Iledden 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 generally satisfactory appointment could have beenjmade by the printing commission. Frank Kavanaugh, State is beginning to get lonesome for democratic company in the new Stete capitol, no doubt. Like Tennyson's brook, he will go on forever if the forthcoming legislatures appreciate, as they should, the moat faithful and efficient of service to the people. you'll find yourself enjoying the best things to eat without having to pay too much for them. " Mirniriiiirr. .iirin MAKIII av & n avraaffssa ment. Lancaster. City Marshall Luther Heron, of this place, is in Washington county to seo 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. Bring Your Produce To Us. J. T. Conn, of this county, bought of BUSINESS CARDS.; I E. H. Ritchie his farm near Wilmore, " We h?e optocd i produce house on Son- Jessamine county, for $10,000. We ai e met street and will pay the behest mulct . DR. T. W PENNINGTON, sorry to give Mr. Conn up as he is one price (or all kinds ol country produce. Bring ui About Bolting In Politics. of our oldest and most substantial farmDentist jour ttul. ers. Lancaster Record. M. O. DASTIN & CO.. Hours 8:30-1- 2 A. M and 1 to 4:30 P M. At a meeting of the Lancaster school Suofotd, Ky. (Lexington Herald.) M jera House Hats, stamoru, nj. The Frankfort News is a quitter. It board D. W. Bridges was selected as oflke accused the Stanford Interior Jour- principal. Miss Bettie Robinson, of iiMkv ! DR. W. N. CRAIG, OplUUn and of paving the way to bolt Johnson Campbellsville, who made a very popunal store. Ilrlng your niacksmitblng and general for governor, but when the latter comes lar assistant principal several years, Offlce over H J. RoRoiK-rts- ' repair work shoeing nie. Stanford, Ky, Hatlsfaetlnn to me. Horie.hop opposite bick with a broadside over the numer- was given her old place again. Misses guaranteed, rhllllpa Concrete store. ous bolts of the News, the editor is as Harriet Fleetwood, Eliza Smith, AmanJAMKH HIIACKKTT, CHANDLKK, J. cilm as an oyster. There are times, da Anderson, Sue Bradshear and Mabel Htanford, Ky. Auctioneer. Mason will continue to work as memhowever, when silence is better than sales In I will conduct any klnk-O- f spiken words. Tom Heed once said to bers of the faculty for still another Lincoln and hurroundtntf counties. If Joe Manley: "God Almighty hates a term. want good prices for your land Thomas Hicks, living near Gilberts yimstock, see me. Stanford, H.D.No 1 qjitter." or ariH.-i1M Creek, and Miss Carrie Sanders, of this tPA'B f"JaC 3 "'.V-- -. 1 V - iTM IJA, ' !...-: i. Sl aaHnKHrsTjvlUVvaVv county, drove to the home of Elder F. Money For Teachers. M. II. JOHNSON. JUL iTanajBBSHnaajBlBjsaBBjBjaj.lSEBBaBH M. Tinder Sunday afternoon and were Auctioneer. W ,T?CTraMElaMiEKVlBWlJ,1 State Treasurer Farley has announc- married. I will conduct sales in this and surElder F. M. Tinder united in mar- rounding counties. Satisfaction guared that he would have on hand by the Stanford, U.D.No 1. first week in June enough money to riage Cecil Broaddus and Miss Lela anteed. Hendren. The bride is tho attractive pay tho school teachers of tho State, Undertakers and Embalm A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, of It was thoughtsome weeks ago that the daughter of John Hendren, youngKirks-villBur-Gin-. era. Also Dealers in FurKentucKy. and is a very popular lady. would not be able to get their teachers niture, Mattings, Rugs. Tbey I inn a gmduateof Jones' National Hcbool salaries until the last of July, butCapt. The groom is a well known and suchad ; will exchange Furniture for Chicago, iiiul Farley says they will receive their mon- cessful young business man of Buck- oIAuctloneert, big cattle sale bue Union lit the 111 the ill Kinds of Stock. Give some we ey during the first week in June, if not eye. Immediately after the ceremony Mock Yards. Chicago, whereI1.SO. .old Also high at Them a Call. Prices Right the happy couple left for Cincinnati for thoroughbred n tn) sales were made in on June 1. horfausule where dav. Auctioneering la a Hen or nnd I hne STANFORD. a short trip, KENTUCK Y phone mo stiidlrd It with thl Miss Alice Snyder and Botel Ramsay ou arrange for our nle. lI can our iidantHge. I'lIOM-.M-lKings Mountain. were married at the home of F. M. make sales to) CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! Tinder, who performed tho ceremony. Both aro residents of the Scott's Fork I enn, furnish the puono with the best, as Those but tug claim agnl at tho estate ol The last rain was an uninvited guest, as t he of cut flow era, Vr Hello liliu.dewaatl. will presentment well kinds, f rt sliestpotted flower, plants of section of Garrard. on short bulb, all properly proven to mil nl onco. Those but a very pleasant one. wlthiiie notice. AUo make a peclultyof wrcuth Miss Corin'e Bruner and Andrew Ja- tnfmedlat-l- y. are noUlled to ettl HUITT Virgil Dastin and family, of this OKO. 11.1 for for funeral purposes. I have nil cobs were married at the homo of the In connection with Auminmimui .niLiwiiuniv kinds of veji tables onthe alove, reasonable place, have moved to Nicholasville. hand at prices. Ed Rigney and Miss Laura Horton, bride. I'llitlHTMANCiltKKN 1IOUKKH. Ml) HUUIIIHI), 1'UOH. of huuanks, were united in marriage Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Htnii'xrd, Ky, r In and Manufacturer of last week. Monu-mont- s, Misses Hattie and Lucile Reynolds Tablets will clear the sour stomach, Marblo and are visiting relatives at McKinney. Mr sweeten the breath and create a healthy Cemetery nnd Ijiwu Ross, operator at this ptace, is a very appetite. They promote the flow of Marker! and 1'oHa, Ollleo and works, McVase nnd Hetties. attractive young man and we hope ho gastric juice, thereby inducing good di- Kinney, Ky. " We aro In position to do all kinds of con will prove a great benefit to Kings gestion. Sold by G. L. Penny. cretins;, such a lllock Work. I'avement TO THE FARMERS. and. lu fact, we can makaauy thlnn from Mountain society. Mrs. Ludia Gooch, house down to a fence poat. Wo can eru 1 will continue to handle Fertilizers In the For Sale. s you promptly and guarantee of McKinney, is with her parents, Mr. Jumbo und McKlnuey sections and ask my work und material. Cull and get our prices W. D. Johnson. Miss Bertha and Mrs. old patrons to remember me. I also ask the oeiore you uuy your material at least. My house, and lot on Logan avenue, patronage of muny new customer. Gooch entertained informally Friday House, horse and runWalton's London, Ky. evening and the affair proved a very about for OperaE. C. Walton, Stanford. Bale. pleasant one. Mrs. Robin Rigney and Stanford, Ky. & daughter are visiting relatives at Som erset. William Leach was In Richmond llave'your measure taken by tailor ot experience. Thou your clothes, whether a low Roy Dunaway recently on business. price business ault or the finest erenlnir Kor house, carriage and slxn painting deco clothes, will have that Individuality and nt ratlve naDer hunalnar also buusv trlinmliii and wife will start soon on a trip whlob plainly Indicate they were made to of all kind such a tops recoered curtain to the East, which will include Wash your moaiure. 1 will also take your nieaa-ur- e and boats made. HtoooverAldrldue'a black for extra trousers, fancy vests, top smith shop West llulu HI., Hlunford Ky., ington City, Richmond and other points eoaUl and; overcoats. Hprlngand Huuiuie. ho.iik, samples on hand ready for your Inspection of interest. Born, to the wife of Col J J. BULDHN. H. O. KUriiKY.Tba Tailor, girl. Mrs. Everett Gooch, a , Htanfoi-dKy. W. H. HICC1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. :j O Well Dressed. We arc told that it is wrong to judge n man by his clothes still we cannot help but admire things of lienuty on worth. Our young mens' clothes at 15 to $27.50 the suit are things of real beauty und value nnd arc always admired. Greys and blue serges were never as popular before and our stock is full of them. o o o o o V x 0 o O proVeVsional'and H. J. McROBERTS, Stanford, Kentucky. JOcullst I. BLA.CKSMITIIING ooooooooooooooooooooooooooo LM v0 laVj 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 sTTi w, u. I'conj n ITi. n n it. j ioncj irvs--voieman . n. r-- ), L.Beazley&Co., J --- $$&&& s ..- -- WMhlB.3-Z?.lXl. .1 -- 1T i i Dr. Hess' Poultry Fanacsa Will nmkt! hen layp cure lliem nnd keep them iu gtHxl tliritty coiiilitioii. Tliu iiicreHH) in tin- - hiiiiiIxt of laid, will more tlutn iiajr for tlit- Hiiinll cxmiih! ol (mini);. It i fold nl Penny V Drug hture. ol - e, Idi-u- . - NOTICE! u PElNINY'S DRUG STORE, fiCTQLCVSI Btanford, Kentucky. Harry Jacobs, Cranito CONCRETING llrst-clns- for ,FSi5yauSs3 '" tr n H rn A 2! fj w M PHILLIPS BROS.. J. J. BELDEN, Spring Summer Stock o O f" 3 TsSiifl m O a w u.9L'' I'm.1 '""M t 3 visiting her brother at Ludlow. Miss Elizabeth Creighton, of Burgin, paid our city a short visit re cently. Chevolette is MASONJS MEET. 1 Stock of Merchandise for Sale. Oro-cerleliusl-nes- 3. a Lost. Eight red female fox hounds with white feet and white tip on tail Pu? tht Cook In a Good Humor Reward for return to J. T. Hackley, by providing her with a sack of 23 2. Jr. Baughnmn's Fancy Patent No. 1 flour, Then she will have n chance The balloon of A. Holland Forbes, of to show for fair what a fine baker New York; and J. C. Yates, a New she is. With such fine flour as York astronomer, became unruly near BauiOiman's Fancy Patent No. 1 Center, Metcalf county, causing them she knows she cannot make any exto drop to earth in a general smash-up- . cuse for poor baking. Order a sack Yates Is only conscious at intervals and y and see what lovely bread. may die, while the chances are that biscuits, cake and pastry will be the Forbes will recover Tbey were attempt-- J result. ng to establish a new long distance to-da- Lincoln Lodge No. o. F. A A. M. will meet I desire to sell prlvatelyfmy stock of n stated communication on each first und and Hardware. Doing a good third Monday nights of each month, at 7ia0 will on main atreeet, (Stan- in aeaitn. Invoice about pOO. Htason o'clock in their bull ford, Ky. Member! of sister lodges are fraOKO. B, HOI'l'EH, HtanfordKy. ternally Invited to be present. T. W. 1'en. nlngton Hec. TIMETKBLE L&N. Jl, Houth, 1116 r. No. JOS. 8. RICE, Agont. k AI aQ I ,rV, L a" ., . .; TFlit aS , mm uuueruiKiiig, Day Phono 28. Kiglt Phono 133. So.tn.tiUv.H. No. a. Houth, lOlli A H. No. , North, 4 SWA. M. No. M, North, 6M'J f. K. No.n, 10:WA.M. M. When Hungry GOTO When You Have- To fell Call Carton's Meal I llest place lu ltettaurant Lancaster, ritrect, Htanford K. serted at all hour up to !!;: r. x w njfor u good quick men I. Oooklng to ult cur customeMouripecIalty, Bplendld new Hue of fancy J. H. Baughman & Co. Groceries, Hot Ooflee, Handwlchet, plea, llultermllk and i wet t milk, etc., at all time. H. B. Northcott, Stanford, Ky. 'Phono 153. THUUMAN K. TUDOR, Stanford, Kentucky. K. A. CARSON, Prep. ilanager. I MAY 17th 1010 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. PAGETHKtfc Long Silk Gloves. " Hosiery. 10c, 15c afnt Wc sell the American Beauty hose for girls in, black, red, lijfaJ. blue, pink and white at 25c. 3 Fashion hns ngnin decreed Hint the long glove will he the vogrcc for Spring nnd Summer, 1010. We have them nt 75c, $1 mid $1.50. No lcttcr values to be found any where, than we sell at J5a New Neckwear. Just in nnd on display, new jnhots, Dutch collars, Incc collars, pins, etc. collnr You Had Better Wake Up To the fnot thnt there must !c rensons why so mnny people come here for their dry goods, enrpcts nnd shoes. Dont you think it is n good Men to lenrn what they nre. 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 Ik? excelled in character no matter how much more you pay than we charge for our service. Head Accessories. Turban pins, side combs, barretts, back combs hair combs r w SEVERANCE & SON, Store. F. J. Jones and Mrs. I F. Reynolds Needles, Dobbins nnd Shuttles to all sewing machines at Penny's Drug arc on tho sick list at Crab Orchard. Stanford, Kentucky. ON account of illness in the family of tho leading lady, Miss La la Nuchols, tho play, "The Time of His Life," by the Crab Orchard Dramatic Club, has been indefinitely postponed. PERSONALS. TllR young son of Thomai H. who has been ill, is considerably Kudu, Inv proved. Mm. Bertha Jackson arrived Sat urday to visit friends in the county. MissCeua 1'arman, of London, is the attractive guest of Mrs. Pearl Free man. John Fields Is afbome for a visit from Florida, where he has been located for somo time. Miss Mary Hackley went to Cincinnati on the 14th to join a houso party given by Misses Evelyn and Frances Jones,, of Cleinviow avc, Walnut Hilts. last T. A. Kick went to week for a slight operation upon one of his eyes, which has been troubling him for soma time. JoilM W HnoWN, of Mt. Vernon, one f the most popular attorneys of tho Eastern Kentucky bar., was here Saturday on business. Mn and Mil 8. C. W. Lovell nre having a delightful visit with Mrs. W. Fishing is fino R. Dawes, at Burnside. and Mr. Lovell is said to be handling a trot lino with great success. , The many friends of Judge George M. Davison will bo glad to know that he has recovered from his recent illness sullleiently to be able to get out on the street. Misa Patsy I'rewitt, of Lexington, spent several days last week with Mrs. Homer Carpenter, who is with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. J, G. Carpenter. Her husband was over a few days during the week from Shelbyville. I s H R T S I Mis.s Levisa Harris has been on the sick list for several days. Mrs. Susn Harris is quite III again Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Vandiviek, of Mercer, were guests of Mr. and Mrs at her home In the country. Miss Birdie McCluue has been the Bedell Chancellor last week. Mrs. Geo. B. Lyne, of Crab Orch- guest of Miss Mamie Dunn,, in Lancasard, Is visiting her mother in Hawes-vill- ter. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Robinson and Mrs. Eliza Blain is in Frankfort, little daughter are in Louisville for a the guest of her brother, Capt. H. It. short visit. Gentry, and family. Miss Effie Gooch, of Waynesburp, Mr. K. D. Eads was at Mt. Vernon is tho guest of the family of her uncle, last week doing somo plumbing for V. Mr. James Gooch. J. Sparks. The Current Events Club will meet Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coffey havo with Mrs. W A. Tribble Thursday afbeen the guosts of their son, Capt. J. ternoon at 3 o'clock. L. B. CofTey, at Frankfort. Miss Pearl Collier, of tho East Misses Prill and Beecher New- - End, has been tho guest of Miss Kit L. nuiiN, of Hustonville, were guests of HuTman for several days. Mrs. M. J. Adams and Miss Frances 1r. Mosu Cook, of Nashville, is Adams last week. h re spending a few days with his sisMish'Lucinda Lutes has been visit-itin- g ters, Mesdames G. B. Cooper and E. C friends and relatives in Paris and Walton. Winchester Miss Mattie Hubble, of Hamilton ColMessrs Ciceiio Reynolds nnd John lege, Lexington, is nt home with her N. Mcnefee, Sr ,wero in themountnins parents, Senator nnd Mrs. R. L. Hublast week looking at coal and timber ble. Mr. nnd Mrs 'Jack Bcazley, of lands with n view to buying Stanford, were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Miss Elizaiietii Lutes left last week J. A. Bcazley for thu K. P. services. to join her brother, Charles Lutes, in Howard Newland and Misses Mury Calgary, Canada. Sho will be gone un- Mobley and Kate Newland. of Stanford, til fail. have been visiting their cousin. Miss Friends of litilo Miss Sophia Saun- Nannie B. Herring Lancaster Recders will bo glad to know that she is not ord. suffering with scarlet fever as was reInvitations have been issued by Mrs. ported last week. She Bimply has a Carroll Shanks for a reception which slight childish indisposition and is re- she gives Friday, May 20th, from 2 to 4 p u, in honor of the attractive and popcovering nicely. Mr. John J. McRoderts, cashier of ular bride, Mrs. Thomas Handley the First National Bank and one of Stan- Shanks. W. B. McRorerts was driven over ford's oldest and best cititens, is ill at his home on East Main street with an from Danville Sunday to see his brothattack of grip. His many friends hope er, J. J. Mc Roberts, by Davo and Wal-- t Dunn in an Overland car. The latfor a speedy recovery. ter were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Baoghman. Mrs. J. J. Dickey and Miss Ida Holtzclaw left yesterday to attend tho Annual Women's Home Mission Society at Cynthiana. Mrs Dickey is corresponding secretary and Miss Holtz claw goes as delegate. e. Notes and Accounts Collected We collect notes nnd accounts anywhere in the United States. No Dr. Frank Grose not Gose who is charged with selling the horse charges unless we collect. Also look after claims of nil kinds. H. B Howard, of Crab Orchard. It of Xlnnlr AlAaAilnnfl frprtonrtlftTln S9rI I fwl is said that Grose is now in Nebraska, I UUUfV lUlClCUCO. VAllbOJ'UilUWIIW OUlll'ill.U and an elTort will be mado to bring him back for trial. To relieve constipation, clean out the bowels, tone and strengthen the digestive organs, nut them in a natural conWOODSON MAY, Mgr.. dition with Hollister's Rocky Mountain It was ll MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCYv 35 cts., Tea or Tablets. Tea, the most reliable tonic for 30 years. Shugara & Tanner. Somerset, - - - Kentucky. IGO-ho- g I Pursuant to arTorder of tho Lincoln at Woods Crossing Lost Fish Biting Well. circuit court, the creditors of the estate Reward for return. B. W. Givens. of W. T. Adams, deceased, i re hereby directed to file their claims with the unthe The Baccalaureate Fish have been biting exceptiovilly dersigned commissioner on or before graduating class of the sermon to High Stanford May 25, 1910, properly proven ns requir- School will be preached by Dr. Gill at well at the lake the past weekoreon& ed bv law. II. R. Saufley, M. C. L. Baptist church next Sunday night, some extra nice bass have been eaaghu C. C. 3t. ,the I instead of in tho morning, as at first Members of the fishing club and Vntxi ItEWAKD iNCRErsED The Bastin In- announced. dependent Telephone Co., of Lancaster, guests have been out nearly every dap hns offered n reward of $500 for the If your stomach is continually kickcapture and conviction of the parties ing up a disturbance; you feel bloated and all have had good luck. A drum who cut down the wires between Hedge-vill-n and distressed; if you belch gas and mer for Bourne & Bond, of Loutsvfiie, nnd Hubble. Tho line has been re- sour food into the mouth, then you built nnd service atrain established. It need Stomach Tablets. Guar- made some nice hauls last week. is said that tho officers have a very anteed by G. L. Penny nt G6c. laughter was caused anccng' ntrong clew and expect a sensational the assembled fishermen when he crossurrest to follow soon. The name of Mr. J. T. Hackley, Sr . ed the dam by "cooning" over it, in$100 Reward, $100. j was inadvertantly placed among those Tt rrfttfrn of this ptptr will be ptoscd to krn wno are BceKing 10 secure n nnoge stead of risking his balance walking-ovethat tfcrrt It At lrrt one OjYadfd dtore that fcVfDf across Hancring Fork near tho Boyle ! that Is lua bTQ Abie to cure m n it sum. tho two-foembankment. Caurrb. Hail's CaUrrb Cure to the 00:7 potiUre line. Mr. Hackley says that he is op- CaUrrti rare dow known to Uw rnMksJ tratmittr to the bridge, for he does not Those who have been out to Dix cocjtUutKmxl dturaw. requlm a rooUtu beloc fiosed that tho bridge would benefit the Hall a CaUrrb Core la Uken Uocul treatment. that the bass are biting splendid artlnc directly upon the bkwd iM mucous county or add to the convenience of the surfaces ol the tratetp, thereby 4nroylii there ht foundation of the dtorafle. and prlvlox the patient Lincoln county people in getting to ly there this spring, though tmnih by build In t up the reaatUutioa and aMtat been considerable dynamiting umt Inc nature In dome it work. The proprietor! have Stanford, besides would cause an unso much faith to It euraUre powrn that they offer necessary expense One Hundred Dollara for any cast that K WJa to a r rrr-ers- ay cure. fleod for lUt of testimonial Address F. J CHkNtYtCO-ToWa- a 80M be all DructTMta. lie. TUt 1111 Family ftUa for eoaettpaUon. t Barn Lumber For Sale! 120,000 feet of Boxing Sheeting I WITH tings. LOCALS. and Frame Lumber for Bam Patterns, which I will sell for cash or trade for Corn, Hay or good Horses and Mules. Prices on this very reasonable, for I want to sell. Write me at oncf& Resjiectfully, u J. Sipm- - London, Ky. r 1 I Kiuing Cultivators The Genuine Brown Lot of newest style rugs W.jVnbble. and mat- 200,000 Feet of Lumber Soft, Plaited, Fancy or Plain Bosoms Detached, cuffs. L. C. Brown Leghorn eggs 15 for 50 cts. Mrs. J. M. Cress At The Right Prices. Have you seen my "harness" ad? 1 have 200,000 feet of lumber Look it up J. C. McClary. Second hand Bell City separator for suitable for tobacco barns and othsale nt a bargain W. O. Walker, tf. er building purposes at reasonable Lost Plain gold bracelet, with name prices. Call on me or write me for inside. Reward for return to this of- prices and tell me what you want, fice. - And -:- - Busy 'JX - Bee. H brella. fice. fence. Lost and I can suit you. umA silver and Reward for return to this ofpearl-handle- 1 22-- or attached made Just received Our full Coat Shirt is a model of convenience Furris. The third team of tho Graded School defeated the town team Saturday morning by h score of 13 to C. For Pale Golden Oak Princess Dresser and folding bed Both good ns new. Mrs. J. S. Rice, Stanford. 23 A. Lost Black Berkshire sow, weighing about 150 to 175 pounds; just weaned pigs. Return to Unwen Givens, at Hubble. It's the best a car load of American made. Georgo II. WALKER OWENS. Pongo, Ky. Shipping Point Mt Vernon W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. V., 1 Lumber Longest Here L. K. Hughes J i I WHITEISHIRTS In plain, plaited, full dress or negligee. Our $1 "Monarch" .Shirt is the standard of quality and workmanship, while our For Sale. Few nice BulT Orpington cockerels. Also eges for hatching. Mrs. W. J. Holtzclaw, Stanford, R. K. I). No. 1. I llAVE for sale at $1 1W. large and handsome pictures of Jack Johnson, colored champion of tho world, in dif- is ferent poses. John Hayden, Stanford T. W. Humblo W. O. Martin sent out first. And you can be sure it has been here long enough to be thoroughly dried nnd seasoned. Wash Goods. We have just received a new line of white goods in Persiun lawns, mercerized chiffon, French lawns and sher-ret- te cloth suitable for waists, dresses etc., also n nice line of linen finish suitings in natural, white and all colors. We are also showing a beautiful line of colored batiste lawns, all the preferred shades in stripes, rings, dots and floral patterns. style and perfection and the colors all guaranteed not to fade. something new. $1.50 "duett" is the acme of it. Take the experience of others The meeting at the Methodist church and use only the seasoned kind, the continues with increasing interest. Fivo persons havo made profession nnd oth only lumber we sell. ers are interested. The meeting will continuo through the week, afternoon J. A. ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. I and evening. ning to comloto eight tobacco barns in this county this season. He has that Ever had any experience with green number under way, with somo nearing lumber? If not, don't h anker after He built four last year. completion. Will Stone, the contractor, is plan- IfSoft shirtsJFwithcollars from 25c to $3. We can show you You. Kitchen Water Boiler. . I ' Cummins ii & Wearen, Should never be tinkered with. At the slightest sign of damage send for us nnd have us repair it properly or put in n nice one. There have been many accidents caused by trying to save a small plumbing bill. And our bills nre always as small as honest plumbing will HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., STANFORD, KENTUCKY. J ""' Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, W. K. WARNER, phenc 188, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. STANFORD, KFNTUCKY. Ms) J t tr V I)NffFOUR THE INTERIOR JOURNAL", STANFORD, for. " i , MAY 17th, 1910 . t . Stock For Sale! worker. Al.o Imr unr. Work, any h.rr find Indlr. Imvo ilflrlnR her. Hh la nund nurt Inn fair anil '" 1'llUH IIIIN.N HmtnnTlltf, Boo.l I have (or l.it tiny insrs Mule. elil ami itrlRlm 1.1(H) pound.. Hon ml nml We Have UpTo-Dat- e He Most Line in bn of NOTES ON TUB OAMK. BBBJkWfcTOlWtfWil&BsBW Morrison Urightlm been out of the Inst two RarriM with tho mumps, but Wnlter Singleton has done well In left and Waters is playinc; n star (jamo at second. Hustonvlllo comes Wednesday and on the iMth tho boys ta to Hnrrodsburg for n return came. While wnrmlnR up before tho Rome, the UnrrodsburR catcher let a high throw Ret by him and tho ball hit Mike Penny nn awful smash full on tho left ear. It laid the clever young catcher out for a while, but he went into the came and played star ball. He is jmt beginning to regain his hearing in tho injured member. Six of the local player are batting over tho coveted 300 mark this season Tho averages in the five ames this season are: Penny. IJ8, Coleman, US; McCarty, 3S9; M. Ilright (three gnmes) a7; Emory, apj.T Ilrittht. .317 292. Hill. 200, Waters. .113. n, Pants Town, aLLlE. ooaaaaa. bbbbbbVt I Dispersal Sale of the Glenburnie Short Horns PUBLIC SALE To $e Sold -:- Wh v browns, white flannel, greens and blue serges, nothing but style. Come and let us show them to you. in all shades, grey, - -:- - Thursday, May 26, 1910 Near Danville, Ky. P. M- - Sale At One O'Clock H. P. HAWKINS, Proprietor. KENTUCKY. P. O. STANFORD, Col. Geo. P. Bellows, Maryville, Mo., Of Fine Bourbon Stock and bacco Farm. To- SAM ROBINSON, Next I).Mr to Lincoln County National Hank, ismmi AUTOMOBILES, SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES. AGENTS FOR AUCTIONEERS: As heirs of tho late Mrs. Snllie I. Moore, e will sell on tho premises :?! miles from Paris on the Pans and "yniliian;i turnpike, on . STANFORD. KY. ill BSB55B5S5333X UP-TO-DATE Col. Cary AI. Jones, Chicago, FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. i Thursday,May2610 lii&&&3&3S&g& at the hour of S oc'ook i m.. and without rcicrvt her farm of .160 aires of land Tho farm Is without iiicstion on of the lvest Impnned traits of land In the the Blue Ciruss region and is in a iiign slate oi cultivation. 111 has licen In the same famllv for one hundred c:irs and eaih has taken great care in lion ing the fertility of the land 11 has upon it ono of the best two- story mode county, containing eleven rooms, halls 10 closets, 1 storeroom, a double front verandn, with elegant bay window double baek porvlu's and with cellor under main portion of thebulld-In- g if TUn fan ;... For Sale Ant-il- t K 1 5 5 23-Cash's store, Turnersville. For Sale two Black Uerkshire boars. three month? old. Geo. Carpenter. Fresh Jersey cow for salo. Carroll ,'" J Tobacco bed in fine shane. TknnHn n.JJ. uumaa iuuus. ai IS vL Shanks. 22 3 seed strippers in first- class condition, cheap, for sale. II. G Two blue-gras- s m I V XV, $750 Flanders 20 E. M. F. 30 $1250 Haynes $2000 Baker Electric 2000' to $4000 iStudebaKer Garford, $4000 to $6000. If interested, Phone us Bell 24, and we will gladly give you demonstration. Danville Ice & Coal Co. Danv,l,e-Ky- - Lutes. Jones & Cress sold a car of good hogs to Green, Embry & Co , of Cincinnati at 81c. For Sale A fine tobacco bed, 90 feet long b 9 wide, near McKinney. Ap- w (t STYLISH M ell made Mens and Hoys' clothing. Prices within reach of all. '59&S$$ PUBLIC SALE ! We will sell at public auction at Slunnelley's Stock Yards in Stanford on FRIDAY and SATURDAY, MAY 27, 28. . A lot of nice horses, cows, hogs, cattle, sheep, farming inplements and in fact lots iof everything a man needs on a farm. It you are looking for some choice barons, don't miss this sale. If you have anything to sell, let us know. W. H. Fields, W. M. Duncan, J. T. Morris. lourbon Poultry Care Is recocnlicd us the standard poultry lUkty of the world. It Is the ono remedy that can bo denuded mi rtb alteoluUi certainty to cure noil prercat i'.t.rberneck, Dlmrrhocm and all exlitlng forms of poultry dlv . A ow drops the twi from Idlwuw. la Wo drinking water keeps fowl healthy aad A bottle make I gallons of medlclnn. I'or Ins am MMiKut ui uiacKucau oou uiner aikeiuc in lurktj js X of last year. ply to G. A. Alford. McKinney. 22 3 The house contains a slate roof has Five good second hand buggies for been painted and Is in splendid 11. D. Carter, Stanford. sale condition, inside and out. There Is a I will handle horses, break them to large cistern near tho rear and ride and drive well, at very reasonable ono of tho liest lco hounfit in door, state the charges Will Adams. Stanford. There Is also upon the premises a Two ewes came to my place, owner meat house; brick cabin can get same by paying for this ad and stable, tobacco barn for in the yard; ten acres of their keep. M. B. CarsonHJoreland, tobacco and a good bouseof tlvt rooms Ky 20-The farm is ono of the best fenced work horse for sale: a tracts of land In the couuty, is re.j eood worker Bnd driver. M. F. Law-- r all rroductlve and Is well In grass except nee, R. D. 4, Stanford. 21-It Is watered, CoopAt the Wool Growers' union meeting er's Run (lowing through oue comerof in Louisville it was reported that 200,-00- 0 the place, while a number of never pounds of wool will be pooled in falling springs and pools make the firm drouth proof Kentucky this year, double the amount The land lays well, being .uUlclent-I- t nel 8 L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard. Kentucky, If you liavo anything to in the tU i Four-year-o- 3 STOCK nm av -J 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 SAVE YOUR FOWLS GupoHt 1 Ckolcrn. Itoup, Bourbon Poultry Cure ' NO EQUAL p. "I W. Vf.W. R.l.foo ,HopU!ivill..Kr.,7l and I I Up. y.hundreds p..t. )knkMum'is(Cltick'n loipurlr Mlfyttlf p ol cbicLui I r. Iroia raid S.ifc Foullnr Cur. it lb. moat K.nilforv by f ivlaf tkcm Uourtaa Poultry Cure. f noj 1 ibtetftfuud iot Ckol.ta.tiJ , l;.n. I v.r,.. tun cure w Ca!.i wmI fjuilxiaeck." . HAS f AtAII Laadlni 1 Mvmlicnirad only by D.,,,1... Remedy Co., Druoallta. BOo if.. n.. r.. ...rJ..,.. par Bottla. Iaeorporatf. Lumguw, Ky.a U. S. A Trial Vial Fraa. Heavy Harness For Heavy Work. 3fcives just ns careful attention ftom us as the fanciest driving we make. Of course tiie ieatli-isri- s solid, well tanned and can island uny rensonnble sirnin. We oen ecjuip your horse to your entire Ma&faction. liar-j- o WmMi i & MtCLARY. StMfkYrf, Ky. and Rowland; has splendid house, with an necessary outbuildings; new barn, fine young orchard, water e,t door and barn. 1 have alo 104 acres of land 2 miles from Rowland on Dix river and county road, which is all In grass and timber, with excptlon or20acres. which is In cult ration. For Information ca on or address Frank Cordier, Rowland, first-clas- s mule colts bid fair to bring good prices again this season One farmer refused an offer of $425 for his crop of four colts and we have heard of others at about the same figures. Winchester Democrat. Dick Chandler, of Cedar Creek, who was one of the first farmers in Lincoln to set out tobacco this season, says those set by planter are doing much better than the hand-set- . At the sale of Dr. II. D. Rodman's Jerseys. In Shelby county, 190 head brought an average of $300 for calves, bulls and cows. The highest price was paid by J. C. Bright, of Shelbyyille, who secured Stock well's Daisy, a 3 year-ol- d cow. at $745. The highest price bull, Zanzibar Noble, was purchased by Tom Middleton. of Eminence, for $500. There were about 100 cattle on the market at Danville Monday. Up to 1 o'clock the only sale made was a cow and calf bought by Lutes & Arnold 1 ho farm will bo sold In tan trnrU. irom urutcner tor $42.50. the home placo (going In tlm direction irora raris to cynthlana) containing 23.t acres, and including the Improve-men'- s The Markets. and the rental contract fur M10, will compose tract No 1 nnd the unCincinnati. May Rcrolnt. improved landlylOL'ImilUMlIatllv nrmaa iaw; marKHi quiet anu steady; lair to the plko and containing 125 acres, will good shippers 0 CO to 7.60; com'n 2.75 to compose tract No. 2. ipts Tract Ns. 2 U ore of tho rlehet osu 1,673; market active and stroiiK, 5 to 10c higher; bodies of land In Central Kentucky. It butchers and shippers 0 70 toU 75; com- is aecp virgin sou, contalosonehundred acres of fine timber and Is richly sot In mon 8 75 to9 05 Sheep-Recei- pts steady, 3.75 to C.15. Lambs-Mar- ket bluegrass. The timber consists of mammoth red and whlto oak, bluo and easy and quiet, 5.25 to 7 IK), black asn. maple and walnut roes and Is of such a variety and abundance as to Notice, Tobacco Growers. be sufficient to build a auiaber of tobacco barns This tract of laad lias upIiaye decided to clean "P what to. on It an elegant and comnu'adlog site for a residence. Every acre of tho oae bacco Is left in the country. Have hundred tpd twenty. 8ve will produce bought J. M. Lane's crop of 0 pounds. Any one having tobacco several fine crops of tobacco, aftr which unsold will do well to see me in the next It would nroduou the Ik corn and wheat few days. W I. Klncald, Stanford. that could be grown Ky. Box2C8-Phone- l99. Prospective buyers are invited to visit 22 4t the farm and Inspect IU unequalod as a stock and agricultural farm. For Sale. The farm will first be sold as a whole Including tho rental contract for thoyear Small, well Improved farm. Just out- 1110, aod osjeBlon given Aaroh 1, sold in fceparaie side of town limits, between Stanford ivu- - it win men i ....it, .,i4 kv lllKIJV.b -- uu Uvfc OIU Will lx-elC.-Ca- ttleiiogs-itece25,-00- sLbbbbbB. rolling to afford natural drainage, Tuku to and is of a rich productive soil A Held of 5i acres of corn it year has Nunnellcy's Nev Stock Yards now upon It a line growing crop ol rheut, which Is sown to clxrer.the 1st He Imysnnd scl s every day iu Uie ter belnj up nicely. Sixty acres Is to be planted In corn and can bo seeded to year except Sunday, bring on In the fall of 1!19. The farm wheat your stock. Hert market ia Is surrounded on all sides by ritl. 'oTT the8tate with plcntyof was who own their farms. Colonel fj F. Clay, the owner of Runnymede, eed and water best covered pen, outiido of Louisville or Lexingtsu. and his son. E. F. Clay, Jr., being on the south side, Ntr. George Wagner on STANFORD, KY. Wcalso do a general hitch and feed business. the west, the land of MUs KlUabetb Grimes and Mrs. R C Talbott on the W.l MVAltrY.h.s. K.C. WALTON, L.K.IIUGHK8,8.T north and bounded by Stooer creek on the east. 1 he residence and surrondlog are among the most attrartlvo on the" Paris and Cynthlana pike, the former being located 75 yards from the roid Stanford. Kentuchy. and approached with a leautlful heart shaped driveway. The yard eomprlsos sevoral acres of Stocks nnd Bonds land well sot in blugrass and shaded Farms hiuI Town IroH!rtv Ilniuiled on Commission. witn cedars, maple, walnut, and severS.ld. It you I Iuve Property to Bell or Itent Notify Us. al stately oak and ash ttves. Write for Circular to The line of the Cynthlana and Paris Interurban railway, which has surveyed and will bo built within the next twelve months, runs directly in front of the Premises aad will nfforrl quick transportation la either Iniuru Tobacco arid, Tobace - LINE Stanford Real Estate Co.. L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky. larns. Nothing Out Insurance J. C. McCIaryi Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, . M; Ome, Insure with tue and bo fully protected. STANFORD. KY. Heslilenoti I'lion D. CARTER, 3. Now Llvorv tTANFORD, KENTUCKY. Depot Street) Phone 06. Undertaker and Cmbalmer STANFORD, ,m.. fboMUT. , KY- fboa.SS. Horn Above The the Smoke Ashes, and fire insurance policy carries the thoughtful man safe from loss. Your ashes will turn into just so many tfood dollars, and that if there was ever money looked like a godsend it is that be accented If sold separately, put (.'hikers of tract which you reap from u policy No. 2 can have Immediate your loss I'1i terms of tho sale will lie llbural that reimburses you for and will bo made known on day of sale. by (Ire, nnd that is doubly secure por further particulars and Informaby being drawn by tion call on, or write -- 3g?U if" "Y yffi S ( r WV-- x N. A. Moore, or Colonel Ceorji U. bpeakw, AvcUoneer Pari, Fish & Pennington, Kanfar