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J a THE INTER10re JOURNAL I1 I VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 24 1910Nb5fFAITHFUL SERVANT CALLED TO REWARD John J McRoberts Answers The Masters Call After Long Life JOCGo Works In the presence of hundreds of life long friends and loved onus all that was mortal of John J McRoberts who Peacefully passed to his reward Satur day morning was laid in Its last rest infc place In beautiful Buffalo Cemetery Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock Servl ieswere held at the residence on East Main street conducted by Rev J L Yandell formerly pastor of tho Pres byterian church here of which the do ceased was almost a lifolong member before removing to Hyden where he Is engaged In missionary work The services were short but impressive A choir sang ono of tho favorite hymns of Mr Mcftobcrts passages from tho Holy Word were read a few words spoken and then another song Rut few of those who gathered to pay this last tribute of love and respect to this mood man were able to gain admittance to the home and the procession to the cemetery WAS one of the longest seen here in years At the grave there was a song a brief scripture reference and a prayer by Dr E M Green of Dan rvole and Mother Earth took back to bosom her ion to await the resur rection mom A mass of flowers of springtime In artistic design was mute testimonial of tho regard In which he was every where hold Mr McRoberU was one of the most prominent citizens of Lincoln county hnd ono of tho oldest In point of ser vice bankers In tho state lie was tho eldest son of the late Rev Sidney I S McRoberts a noted Presbyterian di vine of his day hit living brothers be thg W B McRoberU of Danville P M McRoberU of this city and A A McRoberU of Spanish Montana He was in hit G9th year and practically all of his life had been spent In Lincoln County For 47 years he had been con nected with the First National Bank olI Stanford the second national bank to be organized In the state A young man when tho Civil War broke out his sympathies were enlisted J upon the Union tide and ho enlisted I serving faithfully In Wolforda cavalry holding the rank of musician Imme I diately after the war he entered the bank here aad for almost halt a centu I ry had HeR constantly at his poet of Not until a little over a week when ha waa forced to take to bis Iduty with what was thought at the time a slight attack of the grip did ho hta duties at the cashiers desk truly been a faithful official and worker and the encomium Well done thou geed sad faithful servant U justly his need from everyone who knew him A life loog republican in polities ha believed in the tenets of hit party but accorded to every man the right to think aa he chose and always stood far everything which tended for the Eoodjaf the people I Early la young manhood Mr McRob I erta was united in marriage to Miss Mary Miller Lackey of Madison county aad with one daughter Miss Dollie Mc Roberts she survives him and to them beloved by all as ho was beloved and Iesteemed the sincerest sympathy of the entire comma itygoe out In this I their darkest hour of bereavement The pallbearers at the funeral were Meson Mack Huffman J W Rout J B Paxton W B McKinney W P GrimM and J N Menefee Kings Mountain e Ir Mrs Ora Johnson has returned from Berea College Messrs Ollie Lewis and Grover West of Junction City 41h were the gueeUof MissEupheraia Tay lor Bad Mlle Weecie Murphy The Methodist Sundayreboot will be a connecting link in the worlds Sun dayschool chain Snnday May 22d Luther Russell was the gucetof Miss Ethel Lee Saturday The Misses Rus eell entertained a number of their many frieeda Saturday evening by an Informal I Mr social Sam Skidmore of Indianapolis I is visiting friends and relatives here John R Singleton has taken a position near Indianapolis Ind Montgomery Johasonwas here Sunday Mr Virgil Rowland has returned home from Lex ington whore ho has attended school for two years Virgil Hogue is able to be out with friends again after a seri ousy illness John D Rockefeller would go broke if ho should spend his entire income trying to prepare a better medicine than Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for diarrhoea dys entery or bowel complaints tls aim onewho Funeral of Britons Iing I Tho body of King Edward VII wa laid to rest in St George Chapel at Windsor Castle Friday after the mos t magnificent pageant ever witnessed I In London Millions thronged tho streets to pay silent tribute to the dead monarch Theodore Roosevelt alone was unarrayed In uniform and although hu occupied an inconspicuous place li the procession King George gave hi markedattention at the lunch at Wind sor Castle which followed the funeral ceremonies seating him with eight other guests at his own table After Brave Fight Little Bessie D McAlister Passes Away in lebanonlaid To Rest Here After a brave 11cht against compli cations of scarlet fever and typhoid those baneful maladies of youth and health little Bessie D McAlistcr the youngest child of Mr and Mrs Joseph il McAlister of Way Miss died at the home of her aunt Mrs C T Bo hon at Lebanon on last Monday after noon The romaine were brought here for interment in Buffalo Cemetery on Saturday morning and many friends of the popular little girl followed her body to tho grave to pay the last tribute to her memory The little girl was just ten years of ago and was very bright and precocious for her ago Sho was attending school here and after suffering a severe spell of diphtheria went to remain with her aunt at Lebanon when her mother became ill with typhoid Soon after are riving there she took scarlet fever and after being dangerously III she seemed to improve and it was believed she would recover Sho suffered a relapse however and the end came peacefully to her tired little bod- ySawyer Smith Said to be Slated For Place now Held By Judge Davison The President and Senator Bradley lavo settle the Kentucky patronage situation says a dispatch from Wash gton J M Sharp of Willlamsburg will be appointed the Eastern District Attorney II Clay Howard of Paris will between this date and December ecclve a 10000 diplomatic place broad and George W Long will at once be reappointed Marshal at Louis stile Sawyer Smith of Barboarville will be named as Assistant District Attorney for the Eastern District Judge Davisona host of local friends both democrats and republicans a1lke- will hope this report of another being elated for his position u not true They also hope if it is that his splendid aer vice for Uncle Sam will be recognized and rewarded by something still better More Autos Here purehasedahandsomeRegal and M M Phillips are threatening to loin the 0 tho local motorists The pikes of qld Lincoln are mighty line buzz buggies and the colony here promises to bo largely increas ed this season Dr E J Drown and DrM M Phillips have purchased a handsome Flan dens from the Dan rllle Ice and Coal Company which they will use in their practice Miona Stomach Tablets cure bil iousness dizziness and indigestion or money back Ask G L Penny for a 5Oe large box Killing In Laurel No Eye Witnesses to Tragedy In Which One Boy Shoots Another At tunnel No6 near Hazel Patch Roy Turner aged 15 IIhotan Instantly killed William Hubbard aged 18 years lIaT the London Echo The Turner boy was arrested and lodged jn jail in Lon don Sheriff Scovillo going down and bringing him to London The body of the dead boy was taken to Lily near which place he lived Thero were no eye witnesses to tho tragedy and the Turner boy it is said has given different versions of the af fair He first claimed itcharged that Hubbard killed himself butlater claim ed ho accidentally shot Hubbard Turner is a eon of Sigel Turner a well known citizen of the county Never hesitate about giving Cham berlains Cough Remedy to i children It contains no opium or other narcotics and can be given with Implicit confidence Aa a quick cure for cougba and colds to which children are susceptible it is unsurpassed Sold by G L Pen ny I SYNDICATE BUYS WALTONS OPERA HOUSEr i Will Be Continued As An Upto Date Amusement Place Mr Walton Sells Home to JA Allen contractomn and builder on yesterday morning chased of E C Walton his home o Logan avenue and will present it to his daughter Mrs W N Fowle While tho price is private it shows considera ble advance In Stanford realestate Mr Walton sold on Friday last Wal tons Opera House to Messrs John Menefee Jr R G Hampton J Weld Rochester and Hays Foster Mr Walton says ho sold the property so then he was ashamed to tell the amount h realized on It These sales will in n wise interfere with Mr Waltons sale next Saturday afternoon Tho young gentlemen who bought the Opera House propose to run it as a high class amusement place They will spend several hundred dollars in im provements and intend to make it one of the nicest public buildings in this part of tho state Took Third Honors Local Athletes Show Lack of Prac tice in Danville Meet The Stanford boys could do no better than third In the high school athletic tournament held at Danville Friday Louisville High School took first GO points and Nicholasvillo second wit 18 Stanford third with 13 Somerset fourth with 9 and C U Academy last 4 A Mingle entry Rainwater from the Llndsoy Wilson school at Columbia won 11 points taking the mile and two mile runs In the shot put and hammer throws Harris Coleman got seconds being beaten both times by the man whom he defeated at Lexington Wallace Sin gleton was beaten a little at the high jump but ran away from his field in the first part of tho relay Wesley Embry got several points in short dashes but couldnt beat the Louisville speed wonder Roth McCarty OBan non and Rankin did well considering their lack of practice Mike Penny was kept out by reason of his injured ear from which a hemorrhage was fear ed Stanford suffered keenly through lack of practice but at that came back with several medals and made the win ners go some to beat he- rTheatorium Sold Emil Greenberg who has conducted the moving picture show known as the Theatorium for several years has sold out to Patterson Bailey of Linens ter who have taken charge Mr Greenberg has not decided yet what he will do but contemplates locating in Chicago He worked bard to furnish a popular priced amusement place and is liked by every one- Deaths in Casey James W Fletcher aged 52 died Saturday near Elixir Springs and was buried Sunday afternoon Deceased was a brother of Mrs F M Sims whose husband is proprietor of Elixir Springs The death of Mr Fletcher leaves Mrs Sims tho last surviving member of a onto large family Thomas J Goode of Clemcntsville Casey county died after an illness of two weeks of a complication of trou bles He was nearly 70 years of age and one of Caseys most respected citizens Ho WAS an Union soldier in the civil war Mrs Georgia A Combest one of the best known women in Casey died last week aged 78 She had been an invalid for two years She was a daughter of Elder James Sloan and was born in Georgia but moved to Casey when a child In early life she confessed her Savior and joined the church Skin Diseases Readily Cured By a Simple Home Remed If you are suffering from any form o skin or scalp disease would you like to get prompt relief and be permanently cured by a clean liquid preparation for external use Mr GL Penny the druggist has this remedy in stock an wants his customers to know that it recommended for Eczema Blackheads Pimples Dandruff Tetter and other diseases of the skin and scalp Zemo has made some remarkable cures and with each purchase of Zemo Mr Penny will give you a booklet on skin diseases and you can diagnose your own case and be cured in your own homo without any inconvenience or loss of time from I business by this clean simple prepara tlon COMMENCEMENTWEEK ON TAPIS Dr Gill Preaches Baccalaureate Sermon to GraduatesOther Events Of Program Rev Everett Gill pastor of tho flap fiat church at Danville delivered tho graduatesnHigh School at the Op era House Sunday night This was tho first event of commencement week which is in full blast The Opera House was handsomely decorated and the four graduates Misses Mueller and Hubble 6and Messrs Singleton and Bright ap peared to best advantage Through a regretablo oversight it was stated last graduatesoyoung two young gentlemen Dr Gills subject was Two Knights of Malta He admonished the graduates to follow the precepts of Paul the White Knight The Junior play Mr Bob was given Monday night before an audience which taxed the capacity of the Opera House On Tuesday night Miss Kate Newland will give a plno recital while the regular commencement exercises will be Wednesday night Dr Tigert of Winchester delivering the address The recital of the music departments will be given Thursday night Afternoon Reception Given By Mrs Carroll Shanks For ShankshOne of tho most brilliant social events in this part of the State in many moons was the reception which Mrs Carroll Shanks gave on Friday evening from two to four oclock in honor of Mrs Thomas Handley Shanks the sweet young bride of the home who was al ready so dear to her host of friends and loved ones in this part of the State the occasion afforded a happy oppor tunity for formal social welcome pf the handsome young matron back to the land of her forebears and hundreds availed themselves of this welcome privilegeThe ancestral home of the Shanks on East Main street was hand comely decorated in springtimes gayest garlands for the afternoon reception ferns jardinieres itted with the yellow Irish and other natural beauties being used with beautiful tasteful effect The table in the dining room had a center piece of lace and cut glass candelabra added to Its attractiveness Pink and white mints and ken in the same color scheme served by Benedict of Louis Yule Mrs Carroll Shanks was assisted in receiving by Mrs Thomas Handley Shanks and Mrs John H Shanks Confessed Guilt So Young Crap Shooters Get 20 1 And Trimmings In Court Eight boys four white and four colored were fined 20 and costs by County Judge Bailey for engaging In a crap game in Deep Well woods near Crab Orchard Sunday week when Tige Curtis shot and seriously wounded Jim Lee There are several others who wern in the game who have not yet been caught Judge Bailey says and they will be tried as soon as they are apprehended Lee told the name of all who were engaged in the game The boys confessed guilty and paid their floes The trial of Curtis was to have been held Friday but Lee is still unable to get out and appear against him so it was postponed Panic When Circus Tent Burned The main tent of thd Barnum Bai ley circus caught fire at Schenectady N Y on Saturday afternoon when the great canvaswalled incloaure was crowded with 15000 patrons and burn houryengagedfwomsnwas injured but not severely Hundreds fainted and were carried out by policemen firemen and show people IEvery family and especially those who reside in the country should be provided at all times with a bottle of Chamberlains Liniment There is no telling when it may be wanted in case of an accident or emergency It is most excellent in all cases of rheuma tism sprains and bruises Sold by G IL The Penny State Encampment of G AR Capri SD Van Pelt of Dan Department Commander A Paying Concern The directors of the Cumberland Valley Land Company held a meeting here last week to consider a number of routine matters Former Collector Joe Craft of Louisville and Joe Hayden of Paris formerly of this city were here to attend the meeting The Cum berland Valley Land Company has sold extensive holdings in Eastern Kentucky at a big profit but still owns much valuable land Clarence Coleman Continuation Of Article On His Southern Trip Continued From Last Issuef But I will consume all my space be fore I get to the reunion Reached beautiful Mobile on the Gulf at 530 p m Sunday and after securing a room on the fifth floor of the Bicnville Hotel wo hastened to a lunchroom and to do the town Old sleepy Mo bile seems to have awakened and take en on a new lease on life Until a few years ago with a population of less than 40000 Mobile was the largest city and commercial metropolis of Ala bama The city now has a population of about 75000 and a foreign export trade second only to New Orleans Steamers and freighters ply regularly between Mobile and South and Central American and Mexican ports and European as well in fact with all the world Cotton and lumber are her chief ex ports Mobile is the largest importer of bananas Mind you I didnt secure this information in New Orleans but these are facts Capt Raphael Semmes the hero of the Confederate navy and the gallant commander of the Alabama was a na tive born and died a citizen of Mobile A large equestrian statue in bronze of the old hero graces a grassy plot on Government street I saw many of his old war relics which included his sword sash field glasses etc also the log book of tke Alabama The Twentieth Annual Reunion ofI the Confederate Veterans was held InI Mobile on April 2623 The Sons of U C V and Daughters of the Confeder acy also held forth on the same dates The reunion was a success in all that the word implies We have not heard of a single death or a serious accident attending tho reunion and festivities Some 20000 old gray warscarred vet crane of the Lost Cause were in at tendance Tens of thousands of sons daughters and friends supplemented the vast throng of visitors to the gulf city Fully 100000 people witnessed the parade on the last day while some of the more enthusiastic estimate the number as high as 200000 Anyhow Mobile was swamped with humanity Kentucky was well represented at the reunion something like 700 veter ans registering from this state Of course hundred of veterans always fail to register or to visit their state head quarters The 40thln gray lino grows dimmer with each passing year and as the number decreases the enthusiasm Increases The Confederacy is now but a memory it will soon be mere his tory However the bravery and gallantry of the Confederate soldier on half a thousand battlefields will ever be afresh in the minds of Southern peo pIe The writer has attended several of these reunions of the wearers of the gray and the last reunion is always the best The old heroes have met twice in Louisville1900 and 1905 The lat ter was probably the most successful reunion ever held and brought more people to the city of Louisville than any event in the history of the city Next years reunion will be held at Little Rock and Ill be there provided of course I can scrape up the necessary spondulixI close to New Orleans to leave the Louisiana city out of my itin erary and we secured a fine rate the railroads giving less than oneway rates for the roundtrip to the principal near by cities A run of nearly 160 miles landed us in gay old New Orleans and tho city is gay sure enough With a population of nearly 400000 new Or leans is the largest city south ofJMasoti and Dixona line iwont say thatshe is the metropolis of the Sooth for our own dear Louisville has been ng that honor since time ImfuemorIal and I shall not dispute it New Orleans is probably the moat cosmopolitan city in America I have been in New York Chicago and San Francisco each claim ing this honor but they each can in my opinion doff their hats to the Cre ole town New Orleans since its Incorporation has lived under five lags viz French Spanish British the Stars and Bars and the Stars and Stripes Many of tho old landmarks cf the French and Spanish regimes are still standing I saw the old Spanish post office Spanish barracks Spanish arsenal armory the later used by Gen Jackson old French church and scores of other historic buildings New Continued on Second Page McCREARY RUN WILLIIs Confident Belief of Those Who Have Talked With HimHun Idreds Urge Him To at Danville James B McCreary was given an ovation when he spoke at the dedica tion of the Confederate monument at Danville Friday He held a levee at the Gllcher House after the ceremonies were over and hundreds of democrats from Boyle and adjoining counties urg ed him to become a candidate for the democratic nomination for governor While not stating so in just so many words the former Senator gave his + host of friends every reason for confi dent belief that he will yield to the best wishes of the host of democrats in the state and become a candidate He very aptly declared that it Is too soon yet to announce candidacy He said among other things Many democrats have in person and by letter said to me that I should be the democratic candidate for governor and that if nominated I would have the unanimous support of the democratic party Of course I am very grateful for this evidence of confidence expiredinfor office but the solicitations of my friends and the kind editorials of alarge number of newspapers induced me to say to some of my friends who wrote me urgent letters that I would take the subject of my candidacy for gov ernor under consideration- It is probably about one year before a state democratic ticket will bo nomi nated and it is too soon for announcement The success of the democratic party in the next state election should be paramount to individual success I f desire and will do all In my power to have a state ticket nominated of demoIcrats who it is believed will be supported by the whole democratic party Gov McCreary was looking in splendid health He said that he felt better than he ever had in his life and was able to make a two months hardspeak ing campaign over all the State and and would do so if he became a candi date His friends are jubilant over their prospects for his making the race They say he is the only man who can bring together all factions in the democratic party and make a winning fight against the republicans Over 50 democratic papers over the state have declared for McCreary and he Is daily receiv tag letters from all sections urging him to run Many who have not otedtbeIIdemocratic ticket in years say A twith McCreary as the standard bearerfnext time they will come back to the democratic party and help roll up ah old time majority Handsome Reception Given For Miss Rosa Meier and Fiance in Louisville The Louisville Times has this note of interest to the many friends of thetyoung couple the brideelect being the attractive daughter of Mr and MrsN John Meier at Highland this county EVENING RECEPTION Mr and Mrs Albert Hoehn entertain ed at their home 1406 Quincy street on Friday evening May Q in honor of Miss Roaa Meier and Bernard Hoehn Their wedding will take place in Sep I tember at the home of the brides par HighlandMisses Tillie Schmitt Mamie Mayer MaggieJcblappie titent7esFredaThompson Emma Hoehn Lena HIde brand Nellie Hoehn Emma Meier Rosa Meier Messrd Edward Ruckster Alford Commer William Slerest Alex ft Simberg Henry Bellfelder John Ram sier Charles Kletts Rudolph Schmitt y Godfrey yon Allmen Bernard Hoehn Herman Hoehn Winston Schmitt Mesdames Albert Hoehn George Stef fey Mr and Mrs Shark jWieldedA 1 JHT I Virgil Davis Makes Attempt tfCut Marshal Carter Virgil Davis a young man from near Rowland was given 25 days in jail byIJudge Menefeo in the police court on a i charge of disorderly conduct He was arrested by City Marshal B D Carter near the depot one night last week and as Marshal Carter started to jail with him he pulled a wicked looking knife out of his pocket and made an effort to cut the officer He undoubtedly would have done so had Mr Carter not noticed the boys action just In time Judge Menefee gave instructions that he was to be put at hard labor during his term z J n N i h K iY IIIU 4idiu 1 1 F acak r rY g f 4r4ka l s c air x r f 7t 1 1 PAGE TWO THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY AiAY4th lllf TilE INTERIOR JOURNALS Established 1872 VERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At U Per Year In Advance HELTON SAUFLEY Publlther Entered at the Post Office at Stanford Ky as Second Class mall A news letter from Washington says that Fredrick H JCerby the young interior department stenographer who was dismissed because he admitted that Oscar Lawler an appointee of Balling er had practically dictated President Tarts letter exonerating Ballinger was the sole support of a mother wife and babe He had worked hard and conscientiously for five years to reach the position he occupied when dismiss ed Kerby was positive he would be discharged If he told his story He thought the matter over carefully for anylabsolutely when by his silence he be came a party to an attempt to smother 1thetruth II By making his exposures treacherous tot was probably j Ballinger and Ballingera plans fort turning over Alaska coal lands to the Morgan Guggenheim syndicate But is difficult to see how he was treacher DBS to the public in whose service he r was employed I AFTER the people have honored him so long McCreary owes it to them to- repoud to the call which they are now making on him No Department of Health There seems to be no likelihood that Congress will take any action at the present session on the Owen bill to create an additional executive department to be known as the Department of Health The hearings on the bill were concluded Wednesday night and no meeting of the Senate Committee on Public Health and National Quaran tine has been called for the purpose of reportrClarence Colemans Letter Continued From First Page i Orleans is dotted with numerous parks i and monuments and of the latter I will note only those of Robert E Lee the great Confederate chieftain and of our own Henry Clay the great Pacifi cator We took New Orleans in by the aid of afauto Of the 25 hours spent In the Crescent City nearly 20 hours were put in sightseeing and let me add there are plenty of sights to be seen in New Orleans This city has a large export trade with Central and South America and other foreign countries as well It is the natural outlet for the great Ohio and Mississippi valley country Rice sugar cotton and lumber contitute the principal exports New Orleans Is the greatest cotton port in the world Enroute from New Orleans to Mobile wo crossed the state of Mississippi from west to east passing through the thriving towns of Bay St Louis Gulf port Mississippi City Biloxi and Scran ton also numerous smaller towns among them tieauvoir located on the Guif and the home of the late Jeffer son Davis himself a native born Ken tuckian and the only President of the Confederacy It was at Beauvoir that Mr Davis wrote the Rise and Fall of the Confederacy which proved him r to be no less a writer than he was a soldier and statesman The Mississ ippi Confederate Home is also located at Beauvoir The L N skirts the Gulf of Mex- Ico almost the entire distance through the state of Missppi and at tines ap parently you are riding out in the gulf several miles of the road being built on trestlework in the water On our return from New Orleans to to Mobile my brotherinlaw took the first train headed for Louisville but not for me I spent another day and night sightseeing in Mobile and vicinity and thea boarded an L N train for Pen sacola Fla I was too near Florida to raise such a treat and as I still had a fewvfihekels I took advantage of the cheap rates to visit the Peninsular State The soil of Florida for the greater part is thin however with proper fertilization and close attention to the young crops she can supply all the United States with late winter and early spring vegetables Pensacola is a fine city and growing rapidly being third in importance as an export Gulf center It Is the natur al outlet to Cuba and the L N has a line of steamers plying between Pen sacola and Havana The city has an estimated population of 25000 and is about the swellest town of its size on the map The new San Carlos Hotel l recently erected at a cost of over 1 000000 would be a credit to Gotham Many Northern people winter in Pen sacola and of course they have the parkwaysfthese ore set in beautiful flowers or angee palms bananas and other foli of semitropical nature Pensacola is a very wet town I will venture to say there are an even dozen i h barrooms in Pensacola to one blind ti ger in Stanford and if reports are true thats going some Pensacola and New Orleans were the only wJdeopen towns encountered on a trip aggregating 2 100 miles consequently it was a long time between drinks II New Orleans Mobile and Penaacola are anxiously awaiting the completion of the Panama oanal each claiming to be the natural outlet to the canal and to the world Suffice it to say each and every Gulf city will be the bene factorThe South is awakening and is sure to come back into her own and as n trueand loyal Southerner I rejoice in her triumphs and commercial rejuvena tion CLARENCE COLEMAN PUBLIC SALE- Of Fine Bourbon Stock and To bacco Farm As heirs of the late Mrs Sallie Moore we will sell on the EI V3J miles from Paris on the Paris Cynthiana turnpike o- nThursdayMay2610 at the hour of 2 oclockf m and without reserve 360 acres Of land The farm Is without question one 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 samo family for one hundred years and each genera preservIng It has upbn it one of the best two story modern bricK residences In the county containing eleven rooms halls 10 closets 1 store room a doublefront veranda with elegant bay window between double back porches and with cellar under main portion of the build IngThe house contains a slato roof has been newly painted and Is In splendid condition inside and out There is a large cistern near the rear door and one of the best Ice houses in the There is also the sateI meat house brick cabin in the stable tobacco barn for ten yardl tobacco and a good bouse of five rooms The farm is one of the best fenced tracts of land in the county is vey productive and Is all in grass except acres It is well watered Coopers Run flowing through one corner of the place while a number of never- faUing springs and pools make the proofThe being sufficiently rolling to afford natural drainage land is of a rich productive soil A field of 50 acres ol corn last year has now upon it a fine growing crop of is sown to clover the lat ter being up nicely Sixty acres Is to be planted in corn and can be seeded to wheat in the fall of 1010 The farm Is surrounded on all sides by citizens who own their farms Colonel E F Clay the owner of Runnymede and his son E F Clay Jr being on the south sldeiMr George Wagner on the west of Miss Elizabeth GrImes and Mrs R C Talbott on the north and bounded by Stoner creekon the east 1 he residence and surrondings are among the most attractive on tbeI Paris and Cynthiana pike the former being located 75 yards from the road and approached with a beautiful heart drivewayThe several acres of land well set in blugrass and shaded with cedars maple walnut and sever alstately and ash trees The line of the Cynthiana and Paris Interurban railway which has been surveyed and will be built within the next twelve months runs directly in Front of the premises and will afford quick transportation in either direc tionThe farm will be sold in two tracts the home place going in the direction from Paris to Cyathiana containing 235 acres and including the improvements and the rental contract for 1010 will compose tract No1 and the un improved land lylnglmmedlately across the pike and containing 125 acres will compose tract No2 Tract No 2 is one of tho richest bodies of land in Central Kentucky It Is deep virgin soil one hundred acres of fine timber and is richly set In I bluegrass The timber consists of mammoth red and white oak blue and black asn maple and walnut trees and is of such a variety and abundance as to be sufllcient to build a number of tobacco barns This tract of land has up on it an elegant and commanding site for a residence Every acre of the one hundred and twentyfive will produce several fino crops of tobacco after which it would produce the best ornand wheat that be grown Prospective buyers are invited to visit and inspect its unequaled o agriculturalfarmThe farm will first be sold as a whole including the rental contract for thoyear 1910 and possession given March 1 separatetractsbe accepted tractNOThe terms of the sale will be liberal and will be made known on day of sale For further particulars and informa tion calico or write GeorgeD200000 Feet of Lumber At The Right Prices I have 200000 feet of lumber suitable for tobacco barns and other building purposes at reasonable prices Call on me or write me for prices and tell me what you want and I can suit you WALKER OWENS KyShipping PUBLIC SALE We will sell at public auction at Nunnelleys Stock Yards in Stanford on FRIDAYand SATURDAY MAY 27 28 A lot of nice horses cows hogs cattle sheep farming inplements and in fact lots of everything a man needs on a farm barlgainsanything to sell let us know W H Fields W M Duncan J T Morris price You should come for the same reason E W H HIGG1NSI rttt I A Soon Empty Flour Sack will be your experienceIf you em ploy the Baughmans Fancy Patent No 1 brand in your baking Your family will eat so much more bread etc that it will seem as if you couldnt bake enough to satisfy them Better pay for good flour than for medicine though Order your grocer to send you a sack of Baughmans Fancy Patent No 1 flour today and youll have less medicine to buy hereafter J Baughman Co A W CURD AUCTIONEER Burgin KentucKy I am n Jones National School of AuctloneerstOblcasouml have hnd ex perience in the big sales fit the Union stock Yard Chicago where Wll old thoroughbred at as ribs AUo In horse nlell where WO sale were made each dfiy Auctioneering It o science and I have studied It with this Hee or phone me before ou arrange for your con taaie aletoyouriidvantiige PHONE25U NOTICET- hose 1 having claims ngal it the estate of Mrs Belle Rice deceased will present then properly proven to me at once Those are notIfied to attle with me Immediately B PHU ITT I 7Adtnlnlitrator lralIeJle hire Harry Jacobs I Dealer in and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monuments Markers and Posts Cemetery and Lawn Vases and Settees and work Me Kinney Ky Spring Summer Stock esh prIce business suit or the finest 018nlnl clothes will have that Individuality and nt which plainly indicate thy were made to yonrmeaiure trouser take yonr tceai are for extra fancy vest top eoaUl and overcoat aprlnll and me samples on hand ready for your inepectto- U 0 RUPLEyTheTall Stanford 0IMASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No PA A M wlil men In stilted communication on flrt ana third Monday nights ofeach month at 780 oclock In their ball on main itreeet Stan ford Ky Members of sister lodges are fra ternally invited to bo present T W Pen nington Sec L N TIME TABLENo 21 South lute P M oIII SOUth 10 43 A M 02North40 A M No M North 649 P x o27IOn AM NoWSMOP X JOS S RICE Agent W A TRIBLEFurniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford KentucKy IIIExactly What You Want In Hardware it What We are Prepared to Sell You And if you do notknow precisely what you need tell us your story and well supply the article Good mechanics come here because they are always sure of getting the best hardware at a reasonable to T dyspepsia some ow- Ing estate Ofllco Sum elICit jBringiYour Produce To Us I We have produce house on Son mttfitrett and will py the highest market price for all kinds of country produce Snag ui your stuff MO BASTIN CO- Slallford Ky BLACKSMITHING I genrralrepairopposite141111psconcretestore JAMES uiLteI TrStanford Ky JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur Theywillill Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCK Y CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I i I can furnlin the public with the lest niwell ni the freshest of cut cowers plant of all kind bulbs potted flowers on short wreathsforRI1kindprice CJlJU8TMA OHKEX HOUHEH ED HVHDAHD Peon Stanfr- dtyCONCRETING concrating and in fact we can make any hlng from e house down to a fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee nr tclun pricesbeforePHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky J J BELDEN For house carriage and sin painting deco I relive paper hanging also trimming of all kinds such as tops recovered curtains and boots made HtopovarAldrldge black KyPhone nJJ BELnEN Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell prlvatelyfmy stock of Uro eerie and Hardware a good butt neas Will Invoice about fSfOO Iteaion Ill health CEO D HOPPER Btanford Ky When Hungry GOTO Carsons Restaurant Lancaster Street Stanford K Me la served at alt hours up to II30px1 Best place In wnjfor a good qalek meal Cooking to suit our customers our specialty Splendid new line of fancy Groceries trot Coffee Sandwiches pies Buttermilk and sweet milk etc at all times W A CARSON Prop j I t XTRA000Dtf BOYS CLOTHING jj ato o 0hea little fellows and our Boys Clothing suits them because they 0 f Garc made always in th- eMost 0 Popular StylesFWe run them all with Knickerbocker Trousers sizes 4 to 17 t t i 0TrousersA era at Mc Hand 8151 fifr H J McROBERTS= fj oaGOOGo 0O 00 0OG00 0000 0000000 8FISZEEEESg EaEmG L Penny II 11 Coffey E R Coleman m m Dr Hess Poultry Panacea m w r i Will make hens lay cure them iof disease and them in r mIVtflaytJ nblo- rePENNYS i Stanford Kentuckyf I 1 When You Have to =redace J To Sell Call H B Northcott 6f et Stanford Ky Phone IDS Kr 1 1 j THURMAN K TUDOR Manager I lAY 24th 1910 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY PAGE THHEB I Muslin Underwear Surprising values In corset covers skirts gowns drawers 25c to 2 per garment they are tastily trimmed and the sewing is firstclass R v j Ii SEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky 0 INEEDLES Dobbins and Shuttles fo DrugStorePERSONALS MRS D D CARTER is visiting relative in Doyle LITTLE Miss Annette We reD is the latest to join the mumps colony 1MRe KITTY SMITH of Mt Vernon t was a guest here last week MRS J F HOLDAU and Miss Annio Bronaugh of Crab Orchard were here SaturdayMiss THATCHER of Som erset it with Mr and Mre W Logan Wood during the Carnival at Danville COMMENCEMENT exorcises were held at the Junction City High School last I week Tbo graduates were Misses Alma Cosby and Bertha West J W FIELDS is at homo from Tam pa Fla whero ho has been spending some time with his uncle MIES Mary Fields returned with him and will be the guest of Miss Pearl Fields Mna A GIBBONS has gone to Cleveland Ohio to visit her son Mr Mann Gibbons and to attend the commencement exercises of the Western Reserve University in which he is a 1 studentMiss ADCLG HARDING of Pleasure vine la the guest of lion and Mrs Robert Harding Miss larding one of the maids at the carnival it AdvocateW BROOKS the popular Crab Or chard salesman was up Monday to bo made a Royal Arch Mason lie will leave soon to spend his vacation with tho 101 Ranch show owned by Miller Bros who are his kinsmen Mt Ver non Signal I 1- SI S HtR T S Miss CLAUDIA CARTER is quite ill with typhoid fever at Her home in the couptryMiss SUSIE GREEK of Somerset is MaryGreerMR JNO DOWNER wife and little M lee Mildred Downer of Cincinnati are the guests of Mr and Mrs J M Stone MRS NANNIE WEAREN returned to Lexington Saturday after several days with W H Wearen and family MR AND MRS S P STAGO of Fay ettF came over to attend the funeral of little Bessie D McAIUtotcr ENSIGN RICHARD CASWELL BAUFLEY of the Navy gladdened the hearts of his parents by arriving home yesterday afternoon for a twoweeks stay The battleship Kansas on which ho is an officer has cruised off the Cuban coast since last December MRS J H BAUGIIMAN will receive Tuesday from 4 to 6 In the afternoon lIandleyShankswill entertain at her country home populargo to Lebanon tor a visit to Mrs Put nam and after that they will go to New KirbyHourneMESSRS C C Fox George Welch Mr and Mrs F Reid R S Lytle and Miss Rabble Penny George McRoberts Dr E M Green and wife Henry San difer Loris Soper and 0 P McRob erts of Danville C T Ballew Mrs Joe Burnslde and son Woodson Edgar Dunn and Mrs Monie Dunn of Gar yard attended the burial of Mr J J McRoberts here Sunday WITH Soft 4- Plaited Fancy or Plain Bosoms Detached or attached cuffs Our full made Coat Shirt ienceIis a model of WHITEISHIRTS In plain plaited full dress or negligee Our 1 Monarch Shirt is the standard of quality r andworkmanship while our 150 Cluett is the acme of style and perfection and the col ors all guaranteed not to fade Soft shirts Iwith collars from 25c to 3 We can show you something new Cummins Wearen STANFORD 1 KENTUCKY L I NOTHING EVER HOLDS US BACk When it comes to a chance to serve you with better merchandise at bettor prices from your standpoint We stand ready at all times to sacrifice values to the lowest possible point Your satis faction with our dry goods carpets and shoes is our first con sideration We know the better we please you the more cer tain it will insure your continuous patronage and that of your friend you recommended to come here also MRS CALED NEWELL of Waynes burg is with Mrs W II Brady MISSES MARY AND MARGARET MILLER of Richmond attended the burial of their relative Mr J J McRoberts MR J S RICH has returned from a stay of several months at Popes Sani tarium Louisville very much Improv ed in health Miss ANNE BRONAUCII who has been visiting Mrs Lottie Pugh has returned to her home at Crab OrchardLondon Echo WM SEVERANCE took his wife to Shelby county in his auto last week where she will remain for several weeksMn AND MRS WM M BRIGHT have issued invitations for a reception which they will give to the graduating class of tho High School on Friday evening the 27th at 8 p m This will be a social feature of Commencement- C T BOIION and wife and C T Jr of Lebanon Dr and Mrs J T Bohon of Hustonville Mesdames G A Tuck er G C Riffe and E Powell of Hustonville attended the funeral of Bessie D McAlister last week MESSRS HARRY SCHOHERTH Joe McDonald Drake Nave Sam Hinton Earl Chandler and J B Wakefield drove over from Versailles in a big touring car Sunday and entertained at dinner at the St Asapb Misses Fran EnglemanNancy Rio Woods Kitchen and Mrs Annie En gleman theChristian littleladalready raised one child from this in goandsent for another LSpitlerI Intownbet of details They have spent soy I eral thousand dollars in equipping an upto date place and to make it oftheF THOMPSON JR has gone to Louisville to accept a position with the Commercial Bank of that city We have no finer young men than Clint as ho familiarly called and we cer tainly hopo for him the greatest suc cessMt Vernon Signal LOCALS WANTED few good carpenters at onbe J R Powell Stanford Second hand Bell City separator for sale at a bargain W 01 Walker tf LOST 150hog at Woods Crossing Reward for return B W Givens JUST received a load American nFarrisLOST redfemalofox hound with white feet and white tip on tall HackleyJr willin9slstthis evening These numbers will be i enjoyable features of tho program FOR SALEOliver typewriter No5- E C Walton ATTEND the recital at the opera house tonight Admission free FOR SALEUnderwood typewriter almost new Will sell cheap Severance Son IF you with a reserved seat at the opera house tonight secure one at Shugars Tanners drug store PrlncellslDressernew Mrs J S Hice Stanford 234I r UNCLE DINK FORMER Lincoln countys popular jailer has been con fined to his bed for some davs by ill ness FOR SALE Few nice Buff hatchingMrsD No1 BEAR In the sale of household and kitchen furniture at C Waltons home on Logan Avenue next Saturday 28th at 2 p M I SE321 Clinfton Avenue Lexington and will remove his family there to make their home PURSUANT to an order of the Lincoln circuit court the creditors of the estate herebydirected beforeIed by law H R Saufley M C L C C St 100 Reward 100 rnthatIIcataniacatanhbemttlonal treatment ilalT Caurrb lure to taken In ternally acting dlrrrttr upon tie blood and mucou thetouodeeon eatYtIns01111Oncure Send for pat of tntlroonlals OfoldTake llalli FaalUr fDU for conitlpatloo To relieve constipation clean out the bowels tone and strengthen the diges tive organs put them in a natural con dition with Hollisters Rocky Mountain Tea the most reliable tonic for thirty yean 35 cts Tea or Tablets Shu gars Tanner 4 Tho Glens Falls Insurance Company Penningtonhashas settled in full the claim for dam ages done by lightning to the White school house at Hubble Ky I can heartily recommend this company for fair treatment to its holders from the manner in which it handled the claim James McKechnie acting o airman 24 2 4 Barn Lumber For SaleI 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 rea j sonable for I want to sell Write i me at once C RespectfullyI rAmerican Field Fence I The Strongest and I Best I A Carload Just Received II T T T j w E PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY L 4 I A Silk Petticoat Is a necessary serviceable and sensible adjunct to every ladys wardrobe and of course she wants the best There is nothing t 1 a better made than our Miss New York skirts the workmanshipbwill delight the most critical Why not have the best price 5 to 750 ii c E is R L is E Notes and Accounts Collected We collect notes and accounts anywhere in the United States No charges unless we collect Also look after claims of all kinds Bank references Correspondence solicited MAYS COLLECTION AGENCY WOODSON MAY Mgr Somerset Kentucky THE 3 Chas Wheeler EmporiumHu- stonville Ky RED BOX All holding keys Will be ready for you to open the box and take the money for you hold the keys Remember the dateJune 9th This will be our spe cial sale day Come early to avoid the rush CHAS WHEEL- ERAUTOMOBILES I SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES AGENTS FOR 750IEusgI 8 Ii demonstrationI 1 mv j j IL MartinIR T W Humble W 0 IWash Goods I I I We ItlawnsIinIWepreferred shades in stripes rings dots and ftorIal patterns I HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes wI 1 I f lIPv i 1f Kr+ rs yeA + +rys vr 4 r f x 1+ x axR arwwp aqK Frc t J r PAGE FOUR THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY KAY 24th 1010II0 Dispersal Sale of the Glenburnie Short Horns OO ToBe Sold OO Thursday May 26 1910 Near Danville Ky Sale At One OClock PtJn He P HAWKINS ProprietorP O STANFORD KENTUCK- YAUCTIONEERS Col Geo P Bellows Maryville Mo Col Cary M Jones Chicagq 1M FOR THE CAREFUL FARMER I The BROWN FENCE is for the farmer who exercises the same careful judgment in selecting his fence that he does in selecting his quality of grain or stock that he wishes to enclose within the field Any style or weight Place your order now with me for the Brown You cant go wrong He CaCARPENTERI Stanford Ky v At Lincoln Natl Bank PUBLIC SALE Of Magnificent Farm The undersigned will on Wednesday June ist 1910 About o dock A Mon the premises sell publicly to the highest bidder that splendid farm known u the Todhunter Place located in Fayette county Kentucky on the Walnut HillsJum 1 pike road and containing 45 8J acres Upon said farm is an elegant twostory brick dwelling of ten rooms with good cellar bathroom and all modern conveniences and all usual and necessary outbuilding including servants quarters in excellent repair three good tenant houses two practical lylleYtobacco hares capable of housing 30 acres of tobacco and excellent stock barn and various The place has it all necessary f ndngand is suppliedwith lasting and well stributedwater to an extent to satisfy the most exacting The u as goodat the bcsttobe wad id the farfamed Blue Crass R on a large part of it now in grass an in the highest date of cultiTitJoo The pad cultivation of the land his been such and its present condition inow such that exceeding 200 acres of the land is now ready for growing tobacco and the le with proper tillage of like use later so that a purchaser may confidently rely upon having 100 acres tobacco annually for all time to com The remainder the cropsNois to be foundand either for home or investment purposes it cannot be surpassed and this opinion we believe will be shared by any who will investigate The sale of the property is made necessary to effect a settlement between the ownersMr beau will be found upon the premises until day of sale and will be glad to show the place to intending purchasers TERMS OF SALE Onethird cash balance in one and two years from March 1st 1911 notes to bear 6 per cent interest payable annually and to be secured by vendors lien purchasers to have customary seeding privileges this and full possession March lit 1911 Purchases will also l and assume the burden of a lease or years from March lit 1911 covering applicationDiscountcash payment Fbi further information call on or address W F HIEATT R F D No 10 Lexington Ky Fayette Telephone No 2356orC B MOSELEY Versailles Ky THE GOOD HARNESS MAKER doesnt confine his work to putting a fine finish on his handiwork He wants the inside to be as good as the outside is attractive For examples of harness that is reliableas well as attractive you should come here Our harness is the kind that looks well on the road and also brings you home safe You ought to have a set of it JC McCLARY Stanford Ky I Cleanliness is Next to Godliness An uptodate bath room is necessary for the former Consult us as to the best plan for yourfioor space and we will fit you out with a bath room of which you will be proud without much strain on your pocketbook W K WARNER Plume 188 STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 r- a 1 0f i Xtt QlJ P d sxti tni3nfM1QM17r7 Lk +V o + It 3ufi tu Lumber Longest Here is sent out first And you can be enoughtogreenlumberTit Take the experience of others and use only the seasoned kind the only lumber we sell J A ALLEN Stanford Ky Never Mind your insurance policy will build you a new one As soon as our appraiser has made his reporta prompt oneyou receive a check to cover the damage in accordance withthe terms of your policy We know of no better reason for in suring house and personal effects in the companies we represent Our phone is 200 Fish Petinlnglon Stanford Ky Phone 200 In Re Buna Vista Compton on Ap plication for Pardon VutaComptol1nowtarry at Frankfort Ky under a charge of house LincolnCircuit1910 1Dapplication to the governor ol the releaseMay 1910 254 W V WILKINSON aulrsrwe4roard FAR1l RS QPARTYUT shaperb9Cashs asore TtirneTtvllle 282 CarrollShanksR C Engleman sold to T W jonci 11 200 pound hoga at 8Jc H F Hlllenmeyer urges that a dou ble crop of watermelons and canteloupea be planted to make up for the shortage of other fruit FOR SALE Fresh Jersey cow 5yrt old splendid butter cow also 19 ahoatr Apply to N W Pipes Hustonvllle 2t For SaleA fine tobacco bed 90 loot ApplyBlack bull calf came to my place Nov 1 1909 which owner can get by paying for this notico and its keep J M Camden Waynesbur Ky 252 Boards For SaleHave about 30000 or more boards for sale will take con trysts for tobacco sticks Oscar Hcrte Crab Orchard R F D1 242 ATTEND the sale of household and kitchen furniture at E C Waltons home next Saturday afternoon J S Turpin bought of Frank Cordier a Jersey cow for 50 also one from Ex Reynolds at 45 and sold a bay mare to a Mr Flannery for 85ILOST Red gilt Reward for Information leading to her recovery W P Carson Hustonville Brown mare about 16 years old in stray pen Owner can get same by paying charges B D Carter 243 FOR SALEA good brood mare with HensleyKingsJ H Baughman sold to W T Rob erts of Boyle a pair of mules for 3SO list week T M Green the crack sprinter of Senator R L Hubble and Col D N Prewitt was the favorite in tho Bourbon Handicap at Louisville Saturday but unn ttoluLIThe State authorities have been noti fied from Washington that on account of the existence of scab among sheep all sheep must be dipped before they can be shipped out of the State This must be done at points where Federal inspection is maintained Louisville is at present the only point prepared but other shipping points will no doubt in lnapectors Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will clear the sour stomach sweeten the breath and create a healthy appetite They promote the flow of gastric thereby inducing good di gestion Sold L Penny Dutch Benton bought of C B Shaw a 4yearold harness mare and buck board for 270 and of W R Powell a horse for 150 lie sold a mare to B Maitln of Madison for 125 J T Veach of Mercer reported the sale of a tenmonthsold to W S GibbsCo for 1000 the highest price ever paid fora Jack of that age jackforWoods of Stanford for T450 Jessa mine Journal President Adam Carpenter of the Lincoln County Association has received from the State Department of Agriculture a number of pamphlet on Corn Cultivation in Kentucky which he has placed at the Lincoln County National Bank where numbers of the club may obtain thum The Markets I Cincinnati way 23 Cattle Receipts 206 market quiet fair to good shippers 650 to 7 50 common 250 to 5 Hogs Receipts 1786 generalillower butchers and shippers 965 to 970 common 875 to 970 Sheep Receipts 562 mar ket steady 3 25 to 540 Lambs Mar ket steady and slow 4 to 715 Notice Tobacco Growers I have decided to clean up what to bacco is left in the country Hake al ready bought J M Lanes 25 000 pounds Any one having tobacco unsold will do well to see me in the next few days W P KIncald Stanford Ky Box 268Phone 1992o 4t Death in Garrard yearrdied caster of paralysis She Is survived by her parents Mr N G Gosney and wife and several brothers and sisters Frank West Rollins former governor of New Hauipshire pleaded guilty in the U S circuit court in New York to a charge of conspiring to defraud the government of customs dues and was fined 2000 Tho fine was paid and Mr Rollins also paid an addtional 1 500 in duties at the customhouse A touch of rheumatism or a twinge of neuralgia whatever the trouble Is Chamberlains Liniment drives away the at once and cures the com plaint quickly First application gives relief by G L Penny For Sale Small well improved farm just out side of town limits between Stanford and Rowland has splendid house with all necessary outbuildings new barn fine young orchard water at door and barn I have also 104 acres of land 2 miles from Rowland on Dix river and county road which is all in grass and timber with of 20 acres which is in cultivation For information call on or address Frank Cordier Rowland Ky Stock For Sale I have Joe salon bay miir Male 7year old and weighs 1100 pounds Hound and good worker Also bay tiara 5yennold any where ladles have been driving her Rita h sound and Ua telr sad Bier UHIAH UfJMN us Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank II E tarns Wearen Insurance Liver DepotStreetPhone KENTUCKY algyaanndnowbonFoultq We Have The Most UpIoDute tinerof Pants in TownI in all shades grey browns white nel greens blue serges nothing style Come andfilet show them SAM RQBINSON STANFORD KY STYLISH UPTODATE = Mcns1 Boys clothing Prices I L SANDERS ICrabOrchard Kentuckyt IjIf to In STOK 11 Take Nunnelleys New Stock Yards every in except Sunday ou market iu plentyofr LexingtonSTANFORD W L MCARTVPrfs E C WALTON VPres L R HUG UESsiT 1 Stanford Real Estate Co Stanford KentucHy and Town Property Handled on CommUiion Stocks Bond If you have Property to or Notify V Write Circular to R HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky Insure Tobacco and Tobaccn Nothing Insurance Jesse D The STANFORD KY Residence Phone M I Office K Insure with me and bo fully protected B De CARTERNew 96 STANFORD Cholera flan and but to you Well made and reach L you have anything sell the tHo buyjand sell day the year your Best the with Farnis and Sold Bell L But Map JC McClary I Undertaker Embalmer ISTANFORD KYdrhoaesaI4 SAVE YOUR FOWLS bon Poultry Cure Ii recocnlzcd at tbe poultry remedy of tna world It In tbe one remedy that oaa bo depended on absolute certainty to euro nod prevent Gapes OholcrutROUllimber Diarrhoea of die A few drops In tbo drinking water Iteepx fowls healthy and ForthoBourbon Curek I HAST EQUAL I 1 have ever used lor sad apen I Mantjfsqtared only by i within of all O Bring stock Mate Rent Us for and nundard neck poultry catcs NO I Inbeda Bourbon Remedy Co ILuiDCODAt All Leading DruaoUta BOo per Bottto Trial Via IFOJ j