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NO. 2.r) SYNDICATE BUYS WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE; Will Be Continued As An Up-to- Date Amusement I'Incc Mr. COMMENCEMENT WEEK ON TAPIS. A Paying Concern. McCREARYWILL leave hit duties at the cashier's detk. He had truly been a faithful official and worker, and the encomium "Well done, thou good and faithful servant." it juttly hit meed from everyone who republican in knew him. A 'politic!, be believed in tho tenets of his party, but accorded to every man the right to think aa he chote, and always titood for everything which tended for the good of the people. Early in young manhood Mr. McKoberU wat united In marriage to Miss Mary Miller Lackoy, of Madison county, and with one daughter, Misa Dottle McRoberts, theturviveshim, and to them, beloved by all at he was beloved and Mteemcd. the tlncerest sympathy of the entire community goes out in thlt, their darkctt hour of bereavement. The pallbearera at the funeral were Messrs. Mack UufTman. J. W. Rout, J. B. Faxton. W. B. McKlnney, W. P. Crimea and J. N. Menefee. life-lon- g Tho body of King Edward VII wat laid to rent in St. George Chapel at WIndor Castle Friday, after the mott John J. McRoberts Answers The magnificent pageant ever witnessed In London. Millions thronged the Master's Call, After Long Life streets to pay silent tribute to the dead Of Good Works. monarch Theodore Roosnveit nlone was unarrnyed In uniform, and although g In Iho presence of hundreds of hu occupiod an inconspicuous place in frlendi ami lovcI onus, nil that tho procession, King George gava him was mortal of John J. McKouerU, who marked attention nt the lunch at Windpeacefully patted to hit reward Satur sor Cattle, which followed the funeral day morning, was mid in us last rctt-In- ceremonies, seating him with eight place In beautiful IlulTalo Cemetery other guests at his own table. Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Servi-i- t wcro held at the residence on Host After Brave Fight Main street, conducted by Itcv. J, I Yandell, formerly pastor of the Presbyterian church here, of which the de I). McAlistcr Passes memliur, Little Bessie ceased wat almoit n To Away in he Is bofore removing to Hyden, where Rest Here. engaged In missionary work Tho ser A vices were ahort, but Impressive. After a bravo light against complichoir sang ono of tho favorite hymns of Mr. McRobcrta, passages from the cations of scarlet fever and typhoid, Holy Word were read, a few words those banoful maladies of youth and poken and then another song. Hut health, little Bessie 1). McAlistcr, the few of those who (fathered to pay this youngest child of Mr and Mrs. Joseph last tribute of love and respect to this II. McAliater, of Way. Miss., died at Rood man were able to Rain admittance the homo of her aunt, Mrs. C. T. at Lebanon, on last Monday afterto the home, and the procession to the cemetery was one of the longest teen noon. The remains were brought here here In years. At the grave there was for interment In BulTalo Cemetery on a aonir, a brief scripture reference and Saturday morning, and many friends of a prayer by Dr K M. Green, of Dan- the popular little girl followed her body ville, and Mother Earth took back to to tho grave to pay the last tribute to her bosom her ton, to await the resur- her memory rection morn. A matt of flowort of The little girl was just ten years of springtime, In artistic detign, was mute age and was very bright and precocious testimonial of the regard in which he for her ago. Sho was attending school here, and after sude ring a nevero spell was every where hold. McRoberts was one of tho mott of diphtheria, went to remain with her Mr. beprominent citizens of Lincoln county aunt at Lebanon, when her mother came ill with typhoid. Soon after arand one of the oldett, In point of bankers In tho ttate. He was riving thcro she took scarlet fever and the eldest ton of the late Hev Sidney after being dangerously ill, aho seemed S. Meiloberts, a noted Pretbyterian di- to improve, and it was believed she She sufTercd a relapse, e would recover. vine of his day, hit living brothers however, and the end came peacefully W B. McRoberU. of Danville, I M. McRoberts, of this city, and A. A. to her tired little body. McRobcrtt, of Spanish. Montana. He was In hit COth year, and practically all Sawyer Smith of hit life had been spent in Lincoln concounty. For 47 years ho had been nected with the First National Bank of Said to be Slated For Place now Stanford, the second national bank to Held By Judge Davison. be organized In the state. A young man when the Civil War Tho President and Senator Bradley broke out, bit sympathies were enlisted have settle the Kentucky patronage upon the Union lido, and ho enllttcd, tltuatlon tays a dispatch from Wasti serving faithfully In Wolford's cavalry, ng ton. J. M. Sharp, of Williamsburg, Immeholding the rank of musician. will be appointed the Eastern District diately after the war he entered tho Attorney; II. Clav Howard, of Paris, bank here, and for almost half a centu- will between thlt date and December ry had boen constantly at his post of receive a $10,000 diplomatic place duty. Not until a little over a week abroad and George W. Long will at ago, when he was forced to take to bis once be reappointed Mnrshal at Louis bed, with what wat thought at the time ville. Sawyer Smith, of Barbourville. to bo a alight attack of the grip, did he will be named as Assistant District CALLED TO REWARD. Walton Sells Home to J. A. Allen. Mr. John A. Allen, the contractor and builder, on yesterday morning purchased of E. C Walton his homo on Logan avenue and will present it to his daughter, Mrs. W. N. Fowle. While tho price it private, it shows considerable advance in Stanford real estate. Mr Walton Bold on Friday last Opera Howie to Messrs. John N. Mpncfcc, Jr., R. G. Hampton, J. Welch Rochester and Hays Foster. Mr. Walton tays hu sold the property so chenp he was nshamed to tell the Amount he realized on it. These sales will in no wise Intcrfero with Mr. Walton's tale Wal-ton's life-lon- ft Ufa-lon- g IebanonIald next Saturday afternoon. Tho young gentlemen who bought the Opera House propose to run it as a high class amusement place. Thoy will spond sovcrnl hundrod dollars in im provements and intend to make it one of the niceat public buildings in this part of tho state. Bo-ho- n, Took Third Honors. Local Athletes Show Lack of Practice 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 with 59 points; and Nicholasvillo second with 18: Stanford third with 13; Somerset fourth with 9 and C. U. Academy last, 4 A single entry, Rainwater, from acr-vic- e, be-th- tho Llndscy Wilson school at Columbia, won 11 points, taking the mile and two mile runs. In tho shot put and hammer throws Harris Coleman got seconds, being beaten both times by the man whom he defeated at Lexington. Wallace Singleton was beaten a little at tho high jump, but ran away from his field in the first part of tho relay. Wesley Embry got several points in short dashes, but couldn't beat the Louisville speed wonder, Roth. McCarty, O'Ban- non and Rankin did well considering their lack of practice. Mike Penny wat 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 winners go some to beat her. L day-scho- Erail Grccnbcrg, who has conducted the moving picture show, known as the Theatorium, for several years, has sold out to Patterson & Bailey, of Lancaster, who have taken charge. Mr. Greenbcrg has not decided yet what he will do, but contemplates locating in More Autos Here. Chicago. Ho worked bard to furnish a Fiance, in Louisville. So Young Crap Shooters Get $20 the number decreases, tho enthusiasm Bailey Hill hat purchased a handsome popular-priceamusement place and is increases. The Confederacy is now And Trimmings In Court. Regal motor car. Drt. E. J. Brown liked by every one. The Louisville Times has this note of but a memory; It will soon be mere hisand M. M Phillips are threatening to tory. However, the bravery and gal interest to the many friends of the join tho rankt of the local motorists. Eight boys, four whito and four col lantry of the Confederate soldier on young couple, the bride-elobeing the The pikes of old Lincoln are mighty Deaths in Casey. ored, wcro lined $20 and costs by County half a thousand battle-field- s fine for the buzz buggies and the colo will ever attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ny here promises to be largely Increas Judge Bailey for engaging in a crap be afresh in the minds of Southern peo John Meier at Highland, this county: ed thlt teaaon. James W. Fletcher, aged 52, died game in Deep Well woods, near Crab ple. The writer has attended several EVENING RECEPTION. Dr. E. J. Brown and Dr. M. M. PhilSprings and was Orchard, Sunday week, when "Tige" Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hoehn entertainlips have purchased a handsome Flan- Saturday near Elixir of these reunions of the wearers of the ders runabout automobile from tho Dan buried Sunday afternoon. Deceased was Curtis shot and seriously wounded Jim gray, and the last reunion is always the ed at their home, HOG Quincy street, ville Ice and Coal Company, which they a brother of Mrs. F. M. Sims, whose Lee. Thero are several others who best. The old heroes havo met twice on Friday evening, May 6 in honor of will ute In their practice. husband is proprietor of Elixir Springs. went in the game who have not yet in Louisville 1900 and 1903. The lat- Miss Rosa Meier and Bernard Hoehn. Their wedding will take place in SepThe death of Mr. Fletcher leaves Mrs. Bailey says, and ter was probably the most successful Stomach Tablets cure bil-- I Simt tho last turviving member of a been caught, Judge tember at the home of the bride's par they will be tried as soon as they are reunion ever held and brought moro ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Meier, or. High lout nets, dizziness and indigestion, or onco large family. apprehended. Lee told the name of all people to the city of Louisville than any land, Ky. those present were: monoy back. Ask G. L. Penny for a Misses Tillie Schmitt, Mamie Mayer, Thomat J. Goode, of Clementsville, who were engaged in the game. The event in the history of tho city. Next Kings Mountain 60c, large box. Maggie Casey county, died after an illness of boys confested guilty and paid their year's reunion will be held at Little Mary Schmitt, Ida Mayer, Jchlapple, Clara Uliggor, Marie Sewer, two weeks of a complication of trou- fines. Rock, and I'll be there, provided, o: Lydia Snyder, Sallie Holden, Rearl Killing In Laurel. The trial of Curtis was to have been course, I can scrape up the necessary Cain, Rosa Kounner, Kanie Wlentjes, bles. He was nearly 70 years of age, Mrs, Ora Johnson hat returned from citi- held Friday, but Lee is still unable to spondulix. Nellie Freda Latterman, Julia Stelzer, and ono of Casey's most respected Berea College. Messrs. Ollio Lewis Thompson, Emma Hoehn, Lena Wide-branI was too close to New Orleans to andGrover, West, of Junction City, No Eye Witnesses to Tragedy In zens. He was an Union soldier in the get out and appear against him. so it Nellie Hoehn, Emma Meier, was postponed. civil war. leave the Louisiana city out of my itin Rosa Meier. Messrs. Edward Ruckster, were the guests of Miss Euphemia TayWhich One Boy Shoots AnMrs. Georgia A. Combest, one of the erary, and we secured a fine rate, the Alford Commer, William Sierest, Alex lor and Mitt Weecio Murphy. best known women in Catey, died last y other. rates Simberg, Henry Bellfelder. John Ram-siegiving less than will be The Methoditt Sunday-fchohad been an Inva- Panic When Circus Tent Burned. railroads week, aged 78. She Charles to the principal near Godfrey Von Kletts, Rudolph Schmitt, for the round-tria connecting link in tho world's Sun years. She was a daughter lid for two Allmen. Bernard Hoehn, At tunnel No. G, near Hazel Patch, of Elder James Sloan, and was born in by cities. A run of nearly 1C0 miles Herman Hoehn, Snnday, May 22d. BaiWinston chain Schmitt. The main tent of tho Barnura & Roy Turner, aged 15, shot and Instantly Geonria. but moved to Casey when a us in gay old New Orleans and Mesdames. Albert Hoehn, George Stef- Luther Ruttell wat the gueetof Mitt ley circus caught fire at Schenectady, landed 18 years, child. In early life she confessed her fey, Mr. and Mrs, bharic. enough. With a Ethel Lee Saturday. The Mlsset Rut-se- ll killed William Hubbard, aged N. Y., on Saturday afternoon when tho cltv is gay sure Savior and joined the church. entertained a number of their many savs the London Echo. Tho Turner boy inclosure was population of nearly 400,000, new Orthe great canvat-wallc"Mason frieeds Saturday evening by an infor- was arrested and lodged in jail In Lon crowded with 15,000 patront, and burn- leans is the largest city south of WieldedjA Knife. don. Sheriff Scovlllo going down and Skin Diseases Readily Cured mal social. than an hour. and Dixon's line. I won't say that she ed completely within lest By a Simple Home Remedy A panic started at the first outcry and is the metropolis of tho South, for our Indianapolit, bringing him to London. The body of Mr. Sam Skidmore, of claiming it visiting friends and relatives here. the dead boy was taken to Lily, near Virgil Davis Makes Attempt to in an Instant thoutands were engaged own dear Louisville has been If you aro suffering from any form of In a mad scramble for the exits. Ono that honor since time immemorial, and R. Singleton has taken a position which place he lived. John Cut Marshal Carter. There wero no eye witnesses to the skin or scalp disoaso, would you like to woman was injured, but not severely. I shall not dispute it. New Orleans is near Indianapolis, Ind. Montgomery tragedy, and the Turner boy, it is said, get prompt relief and be permanently Hundreds fainted and were carried out probably the moat cosmopolitan city in Mr. Virgil Johnson wat here Sunday. Virgil Davis, a young man from near Rowland has returned homo from Lex has given different versions of the af cured by a clean liquid preparation for by policemen, firemen and show people America. I have been in New York, Chicago and San Francisco, each claim- Rowland, wat given 25 days In jail by fair. He first claimed, it charged, that external use? Mr. G. L. Penny, the ington, where he has attended school ing this honor, but they each can, in Judge Menefee in the police court on a for two years. Virgil Hogue Is ablo to Hubbard killed himself, butlator claim- druggist, has this remedy in slock and Every family and especially those my opinion, doff their hats to tho Cre- charge of disorderly conduct. lie was bo out with friends again, after a seri ed ho accidentally shot Hubbard. Tur- wants hit customers to know that it is reside in the country, should be ner is a son of Sigel Turner, a well recommended for Eczema, Blackheads, who ole town. New Orleans since its incor- arrested by City Marshal B. D. Carter out illness. provided at all times with a bottle of county. known citizen of the poration has lived under five Hagt, viz: near the depot one lnight last week, Pimples, Dandruff, Tetter and other Chamberlain's Liniment, there is no French, Spanish, British, tho Stars and and as Marshal Carter started to jail diseases of the skin and scalp. Zemo John D. Rockefeller would go broke telling when It may bo wanted In case with him, he pulled a wicked looking Never hesitate about giving Cham- has made somo remarkable cures, and of an accident or emergency. It is Bars and the Stars and Stripes. If he should spend his entire income landmarks cf the knlfo out of his pocket and made an efMany of the old In all cases of rheumaberlain's Cough Remedy to , children. with each purchase of Zemo, Mr, Penny trying to prepare a better medicine It contains no opium or other narcotics will give you a booklet on skin diseases most excellent bruises. Sold by G. French and Spanish regimes are Btill fort to cut the ofllcer. He undoubtedly tism, sprains and I saw the old Spanish post- - would have done so had Mr. Carter not Htandin? than Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and and can be given with Implicit confi- and you can diagnose your own case L. Ponny. oltlce, Spanish barracks, old Spanish noticed the boy's actionfjust In time. Diarrhoea Remedy for diarrhoea, dys- dence. As a quick cure for coughs and and be cured in your own homo without arsenal and armory, the later used by entery or bowel complaints. It Is sim- colds to which children aro susceptible, any Inconvenience or loss of time from The State Encampment of G. A. R. Gen. Jackson; old French church and Judge Menefee gave Instructions that labor during ply impossible, and so says every one it Is unsurpassed. Sold by G. L. elected Capti S. D. Van Pelt, of Dan- - tcores of other historic buildings. New he was to be put at hard business by this clean, simple his term. (Continued on S,econd Page.) vllle, Department Commander. who has wed It. Sold by G. L. Peany. d ct Ml-o-d. one-war, p d Attorney for the Eastern District. Judge Daviton't host of local friends, both democrats and republicans, alike will hope thit report of another being tlated for hit position, it not true. They alto hope if it it, that his tplendid service for Uncle Sam will be recognized and rewarded by tomothing still better. Theatorium Sold. The directors of tho Cumberland ValRUN FOR GOVERNOR ley Land Company held a meeting here last week to consider a number of rouDr. Gill Preaches Baccalaureate tine matters. Former Collector Joo Is Confident Belief of Those Who Craft, of Louisville, and Joo Hayden, I lave Talked With Him-H- unSermon to GraduatesOther of Paris, formerly of thlt city, were dreds Urge Him To, at Events Of Program. hero to attend tho meeting. The CumDanville. berland Valley Land Company rat sold Rev, Everett Gill, pattor of tho Bap- extensive holdings in Eastern Kentucky James B. McCreary was given an tist church at Danville, delivered tho at a big profit but still owns much ovation when he spoko at the dedicaland baccnlaurcnto sermon to the graduates tion of the Confederate monument at of tho Stanford High School at tho OpDanville Friday. He held a levee at era House Sunday night. This was the Clarence Coleman. theGilcher House after the ceremonies first event of commencement week, were over, and hundreds of democrats which is in full blast The Opera Houso was handsomely decorated nnd the four Continuation Of Article On His from Boyle and adjoining counties urged him to become a candidate for tho graduates Misses Mueller and Hubble Southern Trip. democratic nomination for governor. and Messrs. Singleton and Bright apWhile not stating so in just so many peared to best advantage. Through a (Continued From Last Issue.). words, the former Senator gave his rcgretable oversight, it was stated last But I will consume all my spaco be- host of friends every reason for confweek that there are but two graduates fore I get to the ,reunion. Reached ident belief that he will yield to the this year, wherena thero are four, two young ladies nnd two young gentlemen. beautiful Mobile, on the Gulf, at 5:30 best wishes of the host of democrats in p. m. Sunday, and after securing a tho state and become a candidate. Dr. Gill's subject was "Two Knights room on the fifth floor of tho Bienville He very aptly declared that It it too of Malta." He admonished the gradu Hotel, wo hastened to n lunch-roosoon yet to announce candidacy. He ates to follow the precepts of Paul, the and to "do" the town. Old sleepy Mo- said, among other things: Whito Knight. bile seems to have awakened and tak"Many democrats have, in person The Junior play, "Mr. Bob," was given Monday night before an audiance en on a new lease on life Until a few and by letter, said to me 'that I should years ago, with a population of less bo the democratic candidate for govwhich taxed the capacity of the Opera 40,000, Mobile was the largest ernor and that if nominated, I would House. On Tuesday night Miss Kate than city and commercial metropolis of Ala- have the unanimous support of the Newland will give a pl.no recital, while bama. The city now has a population democratic party. Of course I am very the regular commencement exercises of about 75,000 and a foreign export grateful for this evidenceof confidence. will be Wednesday night, Dr. Tlgert, second only to New Orleans. I did not expect when my term expired of Winchester, delivering tho address. trade Steamers and freighters ply regularly in the Senate, to be a candidate again The recital of the music departments between Mobile and South and Central for office, but the solicitations of my will bo given Thursday night. American and Mexican ports and Euro- friends and the kind editorials of a large pean as well; in fact with ail the world. number of newspapers induced me to Afternoon Reception Cotton and lumber are her chief ex- say to some of my frienda who wrote ports. Mobile is tho largest importer me urgent letters, that I would take of bananas Mind you, I didn't secure the subject of mv candidacy for govGiven By Mrs. Carroll Shanks For this information in New Orleans, but ernor under consideration. Mrs. Thomas H. Shanks. these are facts. "It is probably about one year before Capt. Raphael Scmmes, the hero of a stato democratic ticket will be nomiOne of the most brilliant social events the Confederate navy and the gallant nated, and it is too soon for announcein this part of the State in many moons commander of the Alabama, was a na- ment. The success of thd democratic was the reception which Mrs. Carroll tive born, and died a citizen of Mobile. party in the next state election should gave on Friday evening from A largo equestrian statue in bronze of be paramount to individual Shanks success. I two to four o'clock in honor of Mrs. the old hero graces a grassy plot on desire and will do all in my power to Thomas Handley Shanks, the sweet Government street. I saw many of his have a state ticket nominated of demo young bride of the home, who was al old war relics, which included his sword, crats who it is believed will be supready so dear to her host of friends and sash, field glasses, etc.,; also the log ported by the whole democratic party." loved ones in this part of the State. book of tke Alabama. Gov. McCreary was looking in splenafforded a happy oppor Tho occasion The Twentieth Annual Reunion of did health. He said that he felt better tunity for formal social welcome of the tho Confederate Veterans was held in than he ever had in his life, and was handsome young matron back to the Mobile on April The Sons of U. able to make a two months' hard speakland of her forebears, and hundreds C. V. and Daughters of the Confeder- ing campaign over all the State, and availed themselves of this welcome acy also held forth on the same dates. and would do so if he became a candiprivilege. The reunion was a success in all that date. His friends are jubilant over the- - " ' Tho stately ancestral home of the the word implies. We have not heard prospects for his making the race. They Shanks on East Main street was hand of a single death or a serious accident say he is the only man who can bring somely decorated in springtime's gay attending the reunion and festivities. together all factions in the democratic est garlands for the afternoon reception, Some 20.000 old gray, vet- party and make a winning fight against ferns, jardinieres fiUed with the yellow erans of the Lost Cause were in at- the republicans. Over 50 democratic Irish, and other mttuVal beauties being tendance. Tens of thousands of sons, papers over the state have declared used with beautiful tasteful effect. The daughters and friends supplemented the for McCreary, and be is daily receivtable in the dining room had a center vast throng of visitors to the gutf city. ing letters from all sections urging him piece of lace, and cut glass candelabra Fully 100,000 people witnessed the par to run. Many who have not voted the added to its attractiveness. Pink and ade on the last day, while some of the democratic ticket in years say that white mints and ices in the same color more enthusiastic estimate the number with McCreary as the standard bearer ' scheme, served by Benedict, of Louis as high as 200,000. Anyhow, Mobile next time, they will come back to the ville. was "swamped" with humanity. democratic party and help roll up an Mrs. Carroll Shanks was assisted in Kentucky was well represented at old time majority. Handley the reunion, something like 700 veterreceiving by Mrs. Thomas Shanks and Mrs. John H. Shanks. ans registering from this stato. Of Handsome Reception course hundred of veterans always fail to register or to visit their state head Confessed Guilt, quarters. The "thin gray lino" grows dimmer with each passing year, and as Given For Miss Rosa Meier and vol-uab26-2war-scarr-- 1 j--; i k. .' f - A jMfrdjjyijiiisijitii PAGE TWO in Pensacola to one blind-tige- r in Stanford, and If reports are true, that's going some. Pensacola and New Established 1872. Orleans were the only wide-ope- n towns encountered on a trip aggregating 2,-VBRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY miles; consequently it was a "long tlmo between drinks." At U Tcr Year In Adrance. New Orleans, Mobile and Pensacola Publisher are anxiously awaiting tho completion HELTON 8AUFLEY of the Panama oanal, each claiming to be the natural outlet to tho canal and Office at Staa to the world. Suffice it to say, each Entered at the Post and every Gulf city will be the beneford, Ky., as Second Class mall. bar-roo- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, ICY. MAT 94th 1011' The Interior Journal PUBLIC SALE ! O absolutely when, by his silence, he be- Cynthiana turnpike, on came a party to an attempt to Braother the truth." By making his exposures Kerby was probably treacherous to Ballinger and Ballinger'a plans for at the hour of 2 n'r'rvk n. m nnrl turning over Alaska coal lands to the without reserve her farm of 360 acres syndicate. But of land a The farm is without question one of is difficult to see how he was treachcr best improved tracts of land In oos to the public in whose service he tne the Ulue the Grass region and Is In a was employed. high state of cultivation. It has been In the samo family for After the people have honored him one hundred vears and each venera McCreary owes it to them to tion has taken great care In preserv so long, rexpoud to the call which they are now ing me leriiiuy oi tne lanu. It has unon it one of the best two. making on him. story modern brick residences In tbe county, containing eleven rooms, halls We will sell at public auction at Nunnelley's Stock Yards in Stanford on FRIDAY and SATURDAY, MAY 27, 28. A lot of nice horses, cows, hogs, cattle, O factor. Tho South Is awakening, and is sure O to como back into her own; and ns a sheep, fanning inplements and in fact lots O A news letter from Washington says true and loyal Southerner, I rcjoico in O that Fredrick II. Kerby, the young her triumphs and commercial rejuvena- of everything a man needs on a farm. Interior department stenographer who tion. Clarence Coleman. It you are looking for some choice bar a o was dismissed becauso he admitted that o Oscnr Lawlcr, an appointee of Balling. miss er, had practically dictated President PUBLIC SALE gains, don't sell, this sale. If you have a o Taft's letter exonerating Ballingcr, anything to let Us know. was the sole support of a mother, wife o and babe. He had worked hard and o W. H. Fields, conscientiously for five years to reach Of Fine Bourbon Stock? and Too W. M. Duncan, the position he occupied when dismiss o bacco Farm. ed. Kcrby was positive he would be v 0 J. T. Monis. discharged if he told his story. He 0 thought the matter over carefully for 0 "I concluded that any several weeks. As heirs of the late Mrs. Sallle E. 0 allegiance I may have owed Mr. Moore, wo will soil on the premises 0 said Kerby, "was cancelled 3 miles from Paris on tho Paris and What You Want Exact 0 0 0 0 0 i 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 Thursday,May2610 In Hardware is What We are Prepared to Sell You, Morean-Gueaenheir- 'easonable price And if you do not know precisely what you need tell us your story and we'll supply the article-Goomechanics come here Iwcnuse they are nlwnys sure of getting the best hardware at a You should come for the same reason. d 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 Quarantine has been called for the purpose of making a report. Clarence Coleman's Letter. (Continued From First Page.) Orleans is dotted with numerous parks 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 Pacificator. We took New Orleans in by the aid of arauio. Of the 25 hours spent in the Crescent City, nearly 20 hours and let me were put in 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-por- t, sight-Beein- Mississippi City, Biloxi and Scran-toalso numerous smaller towns, among them ileauvoir, located on the Guif, and the home of the late Jefferson Davis, himself a native bom and the only President of the Confederacy. It was at Beauvoir that Mr. Davis wrote the Rise and Fall of which proved him tho Confederacy, to be no less a writer than he was a soldier and statesman. The Mississippi Confederate Home is also located n; Ken-tuckia- n, at Beauvoir. The L. & N. skirts the Gulf of Mexico almost the entire distance through the state of Miss'ppi, and at times, apparently, you are riding out in the gulf, several miles of the road being built in the water. on trestle-worOn our return from New Orleans to took the to Mobile, my brother-in-lafirst train headed for Louisville, but not for me. I spent another day and night k sight-seein- g in Mobile and vicinity and then boarded an L. & N. train for Fla. I was too near Florida to miss such a treat, and as I still had a fewsshekels, I took advantage of the cheap rates to visit the Peninsular State. The aoll of Florida for the greater part is thin; however, with proper fertilization and close attentfon to the young crops, she can supply all the United States with late winter and Pen-sacol- a, closets, 1 storeroom, a double front veranda, with elegant bay window between, double back porches and with cellar under main portion of the build ing. The house couulns a slate roof has been newl painted and Is In snlendld condition, inside and out. There Is a large cistern near the rear door, and one of the best ice homes In the state. There Is also upon the premises a meat house; brick cabin in the yard; stable, tobacco tarn for ten acres of tobacco and a goodhousooffivorooms Tho farm is one of the best fenced tracts of land in the county, Is ve.y product he and is all In grass except 110 acres. It Is well wntcred, Cooper's Run flowing through one corner of the place, while a number of never falling springs and pools make the farm drouth proof Tho land lajs well, being sufficiently rolling to afford natural dralnoge, and is of a rich productive soil. A field of 50 acres of corn last year has now upon It a line growing crop of wheat, which Is sown to clovcr,the lat ter belnj; 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 side, Mr. George Wagner on the west, the land of Miss Elizabeth Grimes and Mrs. R C Talbott on the north and bounded by Stoner creek on the east. 1 he residence and surrondlngs are among the most attractive on the Paris and Cyntblana pike, the former being located "5 yards from tho road and approached with a beautiful heart shaped driveway. Tho yard comprises several acres of land well set In blugrass and shaded with cedars, maple, walnut, and several stately oak and ash trees. Tho line of the Cynthiana and Paris lnterurban railway, which has been surveyed and will be built within the next twelvo months, runs directly In front of the premises and will afford quick transportation In either direction. Tho farm will be sold In two tracts, the home place (going In tho direction from Paris to Cynthiana) containing 23S acres, and Including the Improvements and the rental contract for lt)10, vvlllcomposo tract No. 1 and the un improved lam lying Immediately across tho pike and containing 125 acrt-b- . will compose tract No. 2. tract No. - Is ono of tho richest bodies of land In Central Kentucky. It is ueep virgin sou, coniainsononunureu acres of fine timber and Is richly set in bluegrass. The timber consist), of mammoth red and white oak, 1)1 uo and black asn, maple and vvalnut trees and Is of such a variety and abundance as to be sufficient to build a number of tobacco barns This tract of land has un on it an elegant and commanding site for a residence. Every acre of tho ono hundred and tvventy-fivwill produce several fine crops of tobacco, after which it woum produce tne Destcornantl wheat that could be crown Prospective buyers are Invited to visit tho farm and inspect its unequaled op portunities as a siocic ana agricultural 10 o W. H. HICC1NS, j Stanford, Kentucky. I Bring .Your Produce To Us. opened a produce houie oa Som-ee- t3 street and will r.y ihe hijliat market price for all kindi of country produce. Bring ui your stuff. M iO. BASTIN & CO, Stanford, Ky. ,Wt hate 0 0 0 0 0 0 YTRAGOOn 0 0 0 0 0 BOYS' 0 0 0 It is the well jiUiucd lioy vvhomnkca the good ctiMomcr when 0 0 he cornea to manhood. We initkc a ocial nlftirt to ileaio the 0 0 0 little fellow, and our Hoyu' Clothing mil them they 0 0 are made always in tho 0 ;. 0 0 Most Popular Styles. 0 0 We run them all with Knickerbocker Trourcr; 0 to 17, 0 Every conceivable color. Prices, $3.50 to $10 tho suit. Odd 0 0 0 0 Troutens in caMimere worsteds nnd Khaki, All 0 0 and at 50c, 0 Sl. i 0 0 0 H. McROBERTS. 0 0 0 0 00000 00 0 0 0 0000000000 0 0 0 Q 0 00000Q 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 L-- MM few l Vf mi 0 0 0 0 0 0 t'Jt 0 0 A J$ $ilftiHwit8Br 0 0 0 0 0 fcw ," CLOTHING i I Knickcrlock-e- m 81 J. BLACKSMITITING A No ! Soon Empty Flour Sack cm-plo- Ilrlng your lilacksnuthlng and general v. renalr work to me llnr.H .hneim Hatltfactlon guaranteed, shop opposite rhllllps' concrete store, r JAMfcH 1IHACKETT, Htanford, Ky. n3S3aa3ssaaESE33B:3S0 S3 S3 the Baughman's Fancy Patent brand in your baking. Your family will eat so much more bread, etc, that it will seem as if you couldn't bake enough to satisfy them. Better pay for good (lour than for medicine Uioiigh. Order your 1 will be your experience tf you y J.L,Beazley&Co., a? Dr. Eos.' Poultry Fanacsa vj Will make hens lay, cure them ot (Hhmm; and keep them in good thrifty condition. The incrcafe in the numlier of eggs laid, will more than jiay for the small expense ot feeding. It is mUI at Penny's- Drug bS sock of Baughman's Fancy Patent No 1 y and you'll have less flour dyspepsia medicine to buy hereafter. to send you n to-da- grocer W Prf J. H. Baughman & Co. A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, Burjjin, KentucHy. Undertaken and Embalm. ert. Also Dealeri in Furniture, Mattings.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for ill Kind oi Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right S3 1 hiii ngrnduateof Jones" National School STANFORD. KENTUCK Y of Auitlomers.OhlcaKo, 11ml huve liail ex1)1 B cattle tale, nt the Union perience In tbe CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! stock Yards Chicago, where w .old some thoroughbreds as hltfh in ..'". Alio In I can furnish the puuucwltu the best, as - WO alet Mere niacin emit well as the fnslust of cut flowers, horse sales wheredu , Auctioneering ) n science and I have all kinds, bulbt. potted flowers, plants of studied It with tbU idea. Heeor phone me notice. Also make a specialty of on short wreaths ou arrange lor jour tale. 1 lielore II for for funeral purpo.es make inlei to our advantage. I'll ONE In connection with the alore, 1 have all kinds of vegetables on hand at reusonnble prices CHIUHTMAN (HtKKN HOUHKH. Tho.e huvlnc claims niral sttherstnte ot Kb lit HIIAHIl. 1'UOH. Mr Uelle ltlce.deceii.ed, will pretentthem Htnnf-.rd.Kfiroperly proven tome at once. Those me are notified to settle with OhO. II. 1'ItriTT. Imniedliitttlv. Administrator Mrs. Hollo Itlce - I in rjtorc. ft IS PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky, in NOTICE! E3BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBEra JSEm urn L Harry Jacobs, Marblo and Cranito Monu Dealer lu und Manufacturer of. CONCRETING "We are i 3 2 f3-" n you promptly and guarantee flrtclusi work and material. Call and get our prices and Lawn before you buy your material at least. Markers and l'osts. Vases and ttettees. Office and works, lc- Kinney, Ky. In Dosltlon to do all kinds of con eretlug, such as Ulock Work, l'avemenu and. In fact, we cun make any thing from house down to a fence post. We can serve c ag - monts, Cemetery 2 m 3 P o a w w w PHILLIPS BROS., Stauford, Ky, z K Spring & Summer Stock. 03 farm. 1010, 1911 WALKER OWENS. age of a nature. Poutto. Kv. Pensacola is a very wet town. I will vesture to say there are an even dozen snipping roiut Mt. Vernon semi-tropic- and possession given March 1, It will then be sold In separate tiv.io, auu mu uiKursb aou uest um will be accented If sold separately, purchasers of tract early spring vegetables. No. z can nave Immediate possession. Pensacola is a fine city and growing The terms of the sale will be liberal Lodge No. 0. A will rapidly, being third in importance as and will be made known on day of sale, InLincolncommunicationT. on A. M. first meet and stated each For further 7:!W of each third Monday an export Gulf center. It is the natur- tlon call oo, or particulars and Inforwa ociocK in sneirnightson main month, atman nan write sireeei, al outlet to Cuba and the L. & N. has loru, Ky. tiemsers oi sisier louies are fraPenternally line of steamers plying between Pen- N. A. Moore, or Colonel George nington invited to be present. T. W. Bee. sacola and Havana. The city has an U. bpeakes, Auctioneer Paris, Ky. estimated population of 25,000 and is Feet of Lumber about the swellest town of its size oa No. ll.Houth, imor, . No. , Houtb, 1014 A u. the map. The new San Carlos Hotel, No. 4,North,4UO A. M, At The Right Prices. No. rt. North, 6: III r. u, recently erected at a cost of over No.n, 10.WA. M. I have 200,000 feet of lumber would be a credit to Gotham. o.l,I:V)r, m, Many Northern people winter in Pen- suitable for tobacco barns and othJOS. S. RICE, Agent. sacola, and of course they have the er building purposes at reasonable "dough." Long and narrow parkways prices. Call on me or write me for adorn the principal thoroughfares and prices and tell me what you want, Furniture and Undertaking. these are set in beautiful flowers, I palms, bananas and other foli- and can suit you. Day Phono 28. Tbe farm will first be sold as a whole Including the rental contract for thoyear llave.'your measure taken by a tailor of ex. perlence. Then your clothes, whether a low price business suit or the finest evening clothes, wtll have that Individuality and fit which plainly Indicate they were made to your.uiettiure. 1 will also take your measure for extra trousers, fancy Tests, top coaui ana, overcoats, nprincanu nuranie, samples on hand ready for your Inspection H.O.KUPLKY.Tbs Tailor, Stanford, Ky J. J. BELDEN, rative paper hanging also buggy trimming of all kinds such as tops recovered curtains and boots made. HtopoverAldrldge's black smith shop West Main Ht., Hlunford Ky., Kor bouse, carriage and sign painting deco- m a wlf l'honeNo.J,. J J.DKLUKN. II lCJ 2P 3.s (. MASON'S MEET. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. ness. Will Invoice about tiJMO. lleason ill health, GKO. r. HOPI'im. BtanfordKy. I desire to sell prlvatelyfmy stock of (iro-cerle- i and Hardware. lKilng a rood busl u f r? 3 200,000 L& N. TIME THBLE When Hungry GOTO When You Hav- e- W. A. TRIBBLE. or-n- Night Phone 133. Htrtet, Htanford K. .Vils si rved at ui hours up to 11 .30 p. x, lleit place lu wnjfor a good quick meal, Cooking to suit our customers our specialty. Hplendld new lint ot fancy Groceries. Hot Ooffee, Handwlcbet, pies, Iluttertnllk and sweet milk, etc., at all times. 1 Carson's Htitaurant Lancaster, To Sell Call H. B. Northcott. Stanford, Ky. Thone 153, TUURMAN K. TUDOR, Manager. Stanford, Kentucky. J W. A. CARON. Prop. asaSj-j- u MAY 2th 1010 1 TEE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. I ' f PAGE THREE MMi ""II '.SSI ' " " .SI ' BSSSLBsm f . ' Muslin Underwear. Surprising vnlucs in corset, covers, skirts, gowns, drawers, 25c to $2 per garment, tlicy nrc tnstily trimmed nnd the sewing is first-clas- s. WB&BMx, NOTIIINC EVER HOLDS US BACk When it comes to n clinncc to serve you with letter merchandise at letter prices from yourstnndpoint. We stand ready at nil times to sacrifice vnlues to the lowest possihlc point. Your satisfaction with our dry goods, enrpets nnd slices, is our first consideration. We know the letter we please you the more certain it will insure your continuous patronage and that of your friend you recommended to come here also. g, v jTBTTiTTyiivvFKnB; ffy&mZ r PTvVftl5r3fMIIUt rB k. KJ ( ,'vvj "l-- rrr.ipa, J 3 V A Silk Petticoat 1 '' Is n necessary, serviceable and sensible adjunct to every lady's wardrobe and of course she wants the best. There is nothing better made than our Miss New York skirts, the workmanship Why not have the best price $5 will delight the most critical. $7.50. to J' j SEVERANCE & SON, ll t. Stanford, Kentucky. Notes and Accounts Collected. Nkedi.ec, Hobbins nnd Shuttle fo Miss Claudia Carter is qulto III Mrs. Caleb Newell, of Waynes-burFor SALE-Oli- vcr typewriter, No. 5. tewing machine at Penny's Drug with typhoid fever at her home in the is with Mrs. W. II. Urady. E. C. Walton. Store. country. Misse8 Mary and Margaret MillMiss Susie Greer, of Somerset, is er, of Richmond, attended tho burial of "PERSOHALST Attend the recital at the opera house Admission free. tho guest of Misses Anna and Mary their relative, Mr. J. J. McRoberts. We collect notes and accounts anywhere in the United States. No Mrs. D. 11. Carter is visiting rela- Greer. MR. J. S. RlCB has returned from a Sale-almo- -- Underwood For typewriter; charges unless we collect. Also look after claims of all kinds. tives In Doyle. Mr. Jno. Downer, wife and little Miss stay of several months at Pope's SaniLittle Miss Annette Wearen Is the Mildred Downer, of Cincinnati, aro the tarium, Louisville, very much improv- ance & new. Will sell cheap. Sever- - Bank references. Correspondence solicited. Son. latest to Join tho mumps colony. ed in health. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stone. Mrs. Kitty Smith, of Mt. Vernon, Miss Anne Dronaucu, who has been Ir you wish a reserved scat at the Mrs. Nannie Wearen returned to was a guest hero last week. secure ono at Lexington Saturday, after several days visiting Mrs. Lottie Pugh, has returned opera house Mrs. J. F. Holdam and Miss Annloi to her home at Crab Orchard. London Shugars & Tanner's drug store. with W. II. Wearen and family. - ii Iironaugh, of Crab Orchard, were- here WOODSON MAY, Mgr.. Echo. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Stago, of Fay-ettOak Princess For SALE.-Gol- den Saturday. Wm. Severance took his wife to Dresser and folding bed. Both good as camo over to attend the funeral of Shelby Miss Elizabeth Thatcher, of Somcounty In his auto last week, new. Mrs. J. S. Itice, Stanford. . erset, Is with Mr. and Mrs. V. Ixgan little Besslo D. McAlistctcr. whero she will remain for several Ensign Richard Caswrll Saufley, weeks. "Uncle Dink" Fiirmer, Lincoln Wood during the Carnival at Danville. county's popular jailer, has been conTHE Commencement exercises were held of the Navy, gladdened the hearts of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Bright have fined to his bed for some davs by illat the Junction City High School last his parent by arriving home yesterday issued Invitations for a reception which ness. s' week. Tho graduates were; Misses afternoon for a stay. The they will give to the graduating class For Sale. Few nice Buff Orping- battleship Kansas, on which ho Is an of tho IHuh School on FrlHnv nvonfnir Alma Cosby and Ucrtha West. ton cockerels. Also eggs for hatchin Tam- officer, has cruised off the Cuban coast I the 27th. at 8 n. m. This will l.n n an. Mrs. W. J. W. Fielis is at home from J. Holtzclaw, Stanford, R, f: D. No. 1. pa, Fla., whero he has been spending since last December. clal feature of Commencement. somo time with his undo. Mits Mary Mrs. J. H. Haugiiman will receive C. T. Boiion and wife and C.T., Jr., Beak in mind the sale of household Fields returned with him nnd will Tuesday, from 4 to C in tho afternoon, of Lebanon, Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Bohon, and kitchen furniture at E. C. Walton's In honor of Mrs. Thomas Handley of Hustonville, Mesdamea G. A. Tuckbe tho guest of Miss Pearl Fields. home on Logan Avenue next Saturday, A. E. Girrons has gone to Shanks. On Thursday Mrs. T. A. Rice er, G. C. IUITe and E. R. Powell, of 28th. at 2 v. M. Mrs. Cleveland, Ohio, to visit her son, Mr. will entertain nt her country home, Hustonville, attended the funeral of W. T. Smith has bought of Mrs. S. Marra Gibbons, and to attend the com- "Hickory Hill," in honor of tho popu. Bessie D. McAlister last week. E Hill a handsome frame cottage at of tho Western Ur bride. Friday Mr. and Mrs. Shanks mencement exercises Messrs. Hakry Schoherth. Joo 321 Clinfton Avenue, Lexington, and Rescrvo University, In which he is a go to Lebanon for a visit to Mrs. Put- McDonald, Drake Nave. Sam Hlnton, will remove1 his family there to make student. nam, and after that they will go to New Earl Chandler and J. B. Wakefield their home. Castle to bo tho guests of Mrs. Kirby drove over from Versailles in a big Miss Adele Harding, of Pleasure-villPursuant to an order of the Lincoln touring car Sunday and entertained at circuit court, the creditors of the estate is tho guest of Hon. and Mrs. ilourne. of W. T. Adams, deceased, are hereby Hobert Harding. Miss Harding is one Messrs. C. C. Fox, George Welch, dinner at the St. Asaph, Misses Frandirected to file their claims with the unMr. and Mrs. F Reid, R. S. Lytle and ces Cooper, Sue Taylor Engleman, dersigned commissioner of tho queen's maids nt tho carnival. on before Advocate. Nancy Yeager, Dora Pence, Mrs. Nan- May 25, 1910, properly proven cr requirMiss Robbio Penny, George McRoberts, as nie Woods Kitchen and Mrs. Annie En- ed by law. II. R. Sauflev. M. C. L. W. A. llROOKS, the popular Crab Or- Dr. E. M. Green and wife, Henry C. C. 3t. Loris Soper and O. 1 chard salesman, was up Monday to be McRob-ert- s. gleman. Mrs. A. D. Root received from the mado a Iloyal Arch Mason. He will of Danville, C. T. Ballew, Mrs. leave soon to spend his vacation with Joe Hurnslde and son. Woodson, Edgar Christian church Orphanage at Louis-yill- e SI00 Reward, $100. last week, Clay Biggins, The rtftdm nsnr will h hIhimI .a tM tho 101 Ranch show, owned by Miller Dunn nnd Mrs. Monie Dunn, of Gar- ibu wnom sne win raise. Mrs. a littlo that then la of this ou Root has Urntdnl dlmue tut srlrtir Irut speDros., who arc his kinsmen.- - Mt. Ver- rard, attended tho burial of Mr. J. J. already raised one child from this In- bu bta Kbiait to cure in ah its suits, and tbat Is Cure stitution in the way that he should go, Catarrh, mil's Catarrb rnnliral m the only tx!ilve McRoberts hero Sunday. non Signal. rure do known to the Irairrntty. catarrn and her sons having nil left home, she tlns eonslltutlonsl dlsraw. rtqutrfa a rotutltu- tlonal uratmrat Halls Catarrn Cure to taarn ln sent for onolher. trrnally artlut dlnvtly upon the blund and mucous J. I. White, R. C. White and J. L. surfsrrs of the system, . thereby destroying the toundalkm Spitler. who are nrennrinc in nnn thu strength by ol the dra-- the and rliln the patient building up constitution and assisting new Crab Orchard Sanitarium, were In so nature In doing Its work. The proprietors have that they oner town last week, looking after a num- -' Oneniwh faith In Its curative room that It falls to Hundred IhiUars for any case list of testimonials bcr of details. They have spent sev- - cure, hendF,for CHENEY Address J. eral thousand dollars in equipping an HoM by all Drugs ists. Tic CO.. Toledo. O. up-tdate place, and intend to make it Take Halls 1'aaHjr fills for constlpatloo. uiio ui me principal nealth resorts of the country. To relieve constipation, clean out the F. L. THOMPSON. Jll.. hn rrnnn In bowels, tone nnd strengthen the dii'ps. Louisville to accept n position with the tive organs, put them in a natural con- Commercial Hank of that city. Wc i dition with Hollister's Rocky Mountain have no finer young men than "Clint" Tea, the most reliable tonic for thirty as ho is familiarly called, and we cer- years. 35 cts. Tea or Tablets. Shu- tainly hope for him tho greatest suc- Kara & Tanner. cess. Mt. Vernon Signal. AGENTS FOR The Glens Falls Insurance Company reprojentcd by Fish & Pennington LOCALS. has made a satisfactoryadjustment and has settled in full the claim for damWanted, few good carpenters E. M. ages done by lightning to the White onbe. J. R Powell, Stanford. school house at Hubble, Ky. I can heartily recommend this company for Second hand Bell City neparato: for fair treatment to its policy holders, sale at a bargain W. O. Walker, tf, from tho manner In which it handled the claim. James McKechnie, acting Lost at Woods' Crossing. e .airman. 24 2 Reward for return. H. W. Givens. 24. Just received a car load of American Barn Lumber For Sale! fence. It's the beat made. George II. Farris. . -n i ircu r Ti. jjudj iJyiniu J.i irmuiu iox nounu I lonnnnr.ui, nf n, ,;.,, .jjjcviiiii, Danvillc' 1(y- i..i ui uuajjjk, ci. with white feet and white tip on tail, i and Frame Lumber for Barn Pat- f " Reward for return to J. T. Haeklcv. ..,...,- - ,.,i,:i, i ...mi ii i. .. l "Jl nm.lt J "III BUI till Uiiail ui OTO J tr.niln fnr Pnrn Hnv nr iWul Hnrcna I'aoF. Iiieland and Miss Fettro will aiul Mules. Prices on this very Mis Kate Ncwland in her recital, sonable, for I want to sell. Write : this evening. These numbers will be me at once. Respectfully, enjoyable features of the program, C. J. SirPLE. London, Ky. may's COLLECTION Somerset, mmm e, 23-4- ... agency. Kentucky. two-week- ... ' Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky. o, RED BOX San-dife- r, All holding keys: Will be ready for you to open the box and take the money; for you hold the keys. Remember the date June 9th. This will be our cial sale day. Come early to avoid the CHAS. WHEELER. I I ' rush. ' s H R T S o WITH AUTOMOBILES, i Soft, SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES. Plaited, Fancy or Plain Bosoms or Detached, cuffs. Our full attached made 150-ho- g $750 Flanders 20 F. 30 $1250 Haynes $2000 Baker Electric 2000 to $4000 iStudebaKer Garford, S4ooo to $6000. If interested, Phone us Bell and we will gladly give you demonstration. Danville Ice & Coal Co. Coat Shirt :. I f. I is a model of convenience WHITEISHIRTS rea-assi- st Hughes i T. V. Humble In plain, plaited, full dress or negligee. Our $1 "Monarch" Shirt is the standard of quality and workmanship, while our $1.50 "Cluett" is the acme of style and perfection and the guaranteed not to fade. col-orsj- all if' W. O. Martin American Field Fence 11 The Strongest and Best, Wash Goods. We have just received a new line of white goods in Persinn lawns, mercerized chiffon, French lawns nnd sher-ret- te cloth suitable for waists, dresses etc., also a nice line of linen finish suitings in natural, white and all colors. We are also showing a beautiful line of colored ba- tiste lawns, all the preferred shades in stripes, rings, dots and floral patterns. I'l lil 1 something new. Soft shirts with collars from 25c to $3. We can show you A Carload Just Received Cummins ii & Wearen, ll W. E. PERKINS, HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., STANFORD,! KENTUCKY. L J.i I CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. JL. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. J EC-- i-1 " mi 'iA'jti&saamtMHm h wWwbsj taj.. n- ?,.,:, rj.j.. ..m.1...iii..ii.... , fa,. iii (wiitoiiiMM?'UlMrffT!ii? f hi W PAGE FOUU J THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KT. " MAY 24th, ioio ! hi ii u FARMER'S PgFARTMIlCT. SALEVrobaceo bed In (Ineahape, 74x9 feet. , Apply to Thomas Dodd. at Cah'i itore, Turnemllle. ' 23-- 2 Fresh Jersey cow for ale. Carroll Shanks. 22 3 For ssiVSsssssssB - We Have The Most Up-To-Da- BHBf1' :HFJfc-.t.- ' kaiaaaaaHr' ' '"MEnflfefi yt ii'ry'-T,i''"j- It. C. Enffleman aold to T. W.Jonc pound hogs at 81c II. P. Hillenmcyer ure$ that n double cropof watermelons and cantaloupes be planted to mako up for the shortage 11 200 t.G-Fr- esh yrt-nl- te Line m." Jfian'. v . c "i afaHaaaaaaaaaalaBaaBWT maaaaaaaaBaaaaaW ' G , ? r-y-- iv i' ajW JjP 53Tiit? ijif ,1m of other fruit. Foil. S Jersey cow, S splendid butter cow; also 10 ahoatr. Apply to N. W. Pipe, Hustonvllle. 2t For Sale A fine tobacco lied, 90 tcet long b. 9 wide, near McKlnney Apd; '( V ( sB Kl ssssBHI of Pants Town. in llaaaPaJ'''. "' 4.laH'aaaafl)aaaaaHamsar BLvLT&jt'i)LKKHV ssssssssssHLkkOxSSjH ", raaaaaaH&ISHrHffaWnt JSr V'lKiVlHHK lUVsaVew teasaaaaaaaaaak Dispersal Sale of the Glenburnie Short Horns .: To 3e Sold .: Thursday, May 26, 1910 Near Danville, Ky. Sale At One O'Clock i. Pit. H. P. HAWKINS, Proprietor. P. 0. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. AUCTIONEERS: Col. Geo. P. Bellows, Maryville, Alo., Col. Cary M. Jones, Chicagq, I1!. ply to G. A. Alford. McKlnney. 22 3 Hlack bull cnlf enme to my place Noy. 1, 1009, which owner can Ret by paying for this notico and Us keep. J. M. Camden, Wnynesbur, Ky, 2 Roards For Sale Have about 30,000 or moro boards for sale; will take con tracts for tobacco sticks. Oscar Ilertel. 2J-Crab Orchard, It. F. D. I. Attend tho sale of household and kitchen furniture at E. C. Walton's homo next Saturday afternoon. J. S. Turpin bouRht of Frank Cordier a Jersey cow for $50, also one from Ex Reynolds at $15 and sold a bay mare to a Mr. Flannery for $So. I.03T - Red Rilt; weiRht about 50 lbs. Reward for information leading to her recovery. W. Carson, Hustonvllle. Drown mare, about 16 years old, In stray pen. Owner can Ret tame by pavinR charges. B.D.Carter. 21 3 For Sale A Rood brood mare with mule colt by her side. C L. Hensley, Kings Mountain. 243 J. H. IiauRhman sold to V. T. Rob erts, of Boyle, a pair of mules for $&0 last week. T. M. Green, the crack sprinter of Senator R L. Hubble and Col. D. N. Prewitt, was the favorite in the Bourbon Handicap at Louisville Saturday, VJ5-2 sssssssssssssHI ssssssssssssssssssHI I BssssssssssssW I ssssssssssssssB I ssssssssssssssssssssssf in all shades, grey, r to you. browns, white flannel, greens and blue serges, nothing but style. Come and let us show them SAM ROBINSON, Next Door to Lincoln County National UanW, STANFORD, KY. on la known ai the "Todhunter Place, located in Fayette county, Kentucky- - on the Walnut Hills4um-pik- e road and containing 45 83 acre. Upon said farm is an elegant two-stor- y brick dwelling of ten rooms, with good cellar, bath room and all modern conveniences and all usual and necessary outbuildings, including servants quarters in excellent repair; three good tenant houses, two practical. ly new tobacco barns, capable of housing 30 acres of tobacco; and excellent stock barn and various other improvements. The place has upon it all necessary fencing, and is supplied with lasting and well distributed water to an extent to satisfy the most exacting. The land is naturally as good a the best, to be found m the Blue Crass Region, Urge part of it now in grass and balance in the hichest stale of cultivation. The Dast cultivation of the land has beea such, and its present is sent out first. And you can be condition is now such, that exceeding 200 acres of the land is now ready for growing tobacco, and sure it has been here long enough the remainder susceptible with proper tillage, of like use later, so that a purchaser may confidently 1 he remainder ol the to be thoroughly dried and seasoned. rely upon having 73 or IUU acre lor tobacco annually lor all bme to com:. land bang eminently suitable for cultivrtion in other crops. Ever had any experience with green No more attractive farm in itself and in its enraonments is to be found, and either for home or lumber? If not, don't hanker after 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 it. Take the experience of others and use only the seasoned kind, the owners. Mr. Hieatt will be found upon the premises until day of sale and will be glad to show the place only lumber we sell. to intending purchasers, 11 but ran next to last. The Stato authorities have been notified from Washington that, on account of the existence of scab amonR sheep, ' ? " IIWI H IMIIIIII"WHjPll.ll.lMI'lM !. llW IWI'llf ' " ' Hj tj lltflB.I HP all sheep must be dipped before they can be shipped out of the State This W must be done at points where Federal inspection is maintained Louisville is at present the only poirt prepared, but ether shipping points will no doubt install the necessary facilities and inspectors will be detailed for them Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will clear the sour stomach. (sweeten the breath and create a healthy appetite, iney promote trie tlow or . gastric juice, thereby inducing good diiU'lUVvll,,,,,, mV gestion. Sold by G. L. Penny. Dutch Benton bought of C B. Shaw The BROWN FENCE is for the farmer who exercises the same careful judgment in selecting his fence that d a harness mare and for $270 and of W. R. Powell a he does in selecting his quality of grain or stock that he wishes to enclcse within the field. horse for $150. He sold a mare to B. Mastin, of Madison, for $125. J. T. Any style or weight. Place your order now with me for the Brown. You cant go wrong. Veach, of Mercer, reported the sale of a jack colt to W, S 18 H. C. CARPENTER. Stanford, Ky. Gibbs & Co , for $1,000, the highest price ever paid for a jack of that age. At Lincoln Nat'l Bank. s Mr Veatchalso sold a yearling jack jack to J. H. for $500 and a Woods, of Stanford, for 1450. Jessamine Journal. President Adam Carpenter, of the Lincoln County Corn Growers' Association, has received from the State Of Magnificent Farm! The undersigned will on Department of Agriculture a number of pamphlet on Corn Cultivation In Kentucky, which he hma placed at the Lincoln County National Bank, where numbers of the club may obtain them. the highest bidder that splendid (arm About M., o'clock the premises, tell publicly FOR THE CAREFUL FARMER. !! :!$ :!- -. B S jS UP-TO-DA- TE m $ f STYLISH 1 buck-boar- S a L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. If you have anything to sell Vy -lV j Well made Mens' and Boys' clothing. Prices within reach of all. 8 tt & PUBLIC SALE A. t -- i iu the Wednesday, June ist, y i wtw T"rTftV.f ' -- .VH -ii ! r. 7 tT STOCK -Take to 1910 11 Nunnellcy's New Stock Yards Lumber Longest Here He buynnd sel every day in the year except Sunday. Bring ou your stock. Hest market iu 206; the btate with plenty of 6.50 to 7 50; common 2.50 to 5. Hogs R;celpts 1,786; generally lower; butch-er- a ecd and water best covered pern., oiitiide of Louisville or Lexington, and shippers 9.65 to 9.70; common STANFORD, KY. We also do a general hitch and feed buiiuciw. 8.75 to 9.70. Sheep Receipts 562; market steady; 3 25 to 5,40. Lambs Mar wTLTM'CAUTV.PresTE. G. WALTON, L. K. IIUGHES.S. AT ket steady and alow, 4 to 7.15. Cincinnati. May 23. The Markets. Cattle Receipts market quiet; fair to Rood shippers Notice, Tobacco Growers. 25,-00- Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford. Kentucky. . One-thir- d caih, balance in one and two years from March lit, 191 1, cent, interest, payable annually, and to be secured by vendor's lien, purchasers to have customary seeding privileges this Fall and full possession March' 1st. 191 1. Purchaser will1 also get the benefit and assume the burden of a lease lor two years from March, 1st, 1911, covering certain tenant houses and bams on the Combs farm, details of which may be learned on application. Discount at 6 percent, per annum from day of payment to March 1st, 1911, will be allowed on the cash payment. For further information call on or address. TERMS OF SALE. J. A. ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. notes to bear 6 per I have decided to clean up what tobacco is left in the country. Have already bought J. M. Lane's crop of 0 pounds. Any one having tobacco unsold will do welt to see me in the next Farms nnd Town Property Haudled on CommL-MionStocks ami W. P. Kincald, Stanford, few days. Sold. If you Have Property to Sell or Kent Notify Un. one Ky. Box 199. t Write for Circular t 2C8-Ph22-4- Bonds Death in Garrard. Miss Katherine Gosney, aged 14 yearr, died at her home, six miles from Lancaster, of paralysis. She is survived by her parents, Mr. N. G. Gosney and wife, and several brothers and sisters. L R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky, IniurM Tobaccs end Tobacoe Fayette Telephone No. 2356. W. F. HIEATT. R. F. D. No. 10. Lexington. Ky. or C. B. MOSELEY. Versailles. Ky THE GOOD HARNESS MAKER doesn't confine his work to putting a fine finish on his handiwork. He wants die inside to be as good as the outside is attractive. For examples of harness that is reliable.as 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. Frank West Rollins, former governor of New Hampshire, 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 $2,000 arm. Nothing But Insurance. J. C. McCIary, W. Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance- - Man. 'A..J, HI KY- Fhoa M, STANFORD, KY. lletldonca Pbona M; Grace, if. Insure with me and be fully Never Mind your insurance policy will build you a new one. As soon as our ap praiser lias made Ills report a prompt one you receive a check to cover the damage in accordance with the terms of your policy. We know of no better reason for insuring house and personal effects in the companies we represent. Our phone Is 200 500 In Tho fine was paid and Mr Ru ma also naid an adut ional SI.- - duties at the custom-hous- protected. J. C. McCLARY. Stanford, Ky. A touch of rheumatism, or a twinge of neura'gia, whatever the trouble is, Chamberlain a Liniment drives away the pain at once and cures the complaint quickly. First application gives relief. Sold by G. L. Penny. D. CARTER, S. New Llverw. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Depot Street, Phone 96, Undertaker and Embalmer. STANFORD, Offla. f bou, Iff. Horn Cleanliness is Next to Godliness An bath room is necessary for the former. Consult us as to the best plan for your floor space, ami we will fit you out witli a bath room of which you will be proud, without much strain on your pocketbook. te For Sale. Baurbon Poultry Cure la reoosaltrd aa the standard poultry rooiclrof tno world. It la tho oosreuiMlr that can badepeadid en with absolute certainty to cure and prercnt llmberaeck, DUrrbotm and all eiUtlov forma of poultry A few druua la tho drinking water koopa fowla iioalthr and free from diaeaae. A to bottle make. II sallou of medlolno. For tho treuuuoat of Ulackbead and otber dlaeaaea In turkeja W. K. WARNER, Phone 188, tiary at Frankfort, Ky under a charge of house breaking having been convicted in the Lincoln Circuit Couit will on the third day of lune. 1910 make application to the soveiLnr of lha commonwealth to pardon said ComiHon and ra. I liavn lot anion Iwy lease him Irora custody. This the 20th dav of old mid wrltfiia l.luo Small, well improved farm, just outside of town limits, between Stanford and Rowland; has splendid house, with Fish & Pennington, all necessary outbuildings; now barn, fine young orchard, water at door and Ky., barn. I have alo 101 acres of land 2 miles from Rowland on Dix river and In Re Buna Vista Compton on Ap county road, which Is all in grass and timber, with exeption of 20 acres, which plication for Pardon. la in cultivation. For information call Notice is hereby given that Buna Vista Cornptou on or address Frank Cordier, Rowland, Ky. now serving a life sentence in the Slate peniten- SAVE YOUR FOWLS! Stanford, Phono 200, Capon, Gliolcrn, Itoup, a. Bourbonfoultry Cure HAS f NO Mrs. W.W Ralstpa Stock For Sale! llenkkirill., ,...,. '' I I EQUAL , Mr r.P.C1ar.P.,U.Kr.,Myil" Lastytar by titria( Ikeia Houitoa Poultry Cur. ii a surf cut. ijc bbsKre aa4 Umbtraack, . May 1910. 25-- 4 STANFORD, KFNTUCKV. W.V.WILKINSON mar Mut. pounJs. Kouml and oou worker. Alio duv uara, Vorka any whr and ladlm liv Imtn ilrlvlUK liir. Hha Is sound and Its talr sad dler. UltlAll DUNN UuitOilvU'tt. "... mw un ,ui -AtAII ',r "DulinrCuialstlMaiostsilltlactorjriMaadjr .aui.ia ana uipcs. r.i a. L.adlnf DrugaUii. Bourbon Remedy Co., feSESlv. .,. 60o per Bottla. Trial Vial Praa.