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NO. 27 Post Office Blown Open And Robbed Marauders Clean Short Local News. you want a pair of slippers or low cut shoes, try the Country Store. CONVENTION AT DANVILLE AUGUST FANCY PRICES PAID Man Bird Makes Great Flight. Ir 6. mm at Just what you want in a straw hat Will be Held by Republicans To tho Country Store. Nominate Candidate For ConT. II. Mont- Midnight Out Safe and Get Away J About SHOO Sccurcd-Wo- rk in Coin am! Stamps Seems To He blew open Ihe pottofllce early That of Professionals. Unknown cracksmen safe In tho Stanford Tuesday morning and $100 In caih and from secured about $350 to $500 In tamp. Postmaster Floronco cannot tell the exact amount until ho checks up his books. Entrance to the building was effected by breaking tho glass In the windows above ohe outside lock boxes. The robber went about his work in n methodical way. He undoubtedly was on experienced hand at tho game. A hold about half an inch In diameter vras drilled In the safo just obove tho combination lock with a powerful drill. Kea.lv for builneiwnow.tho marauder thenmlxod his is called In tho criminal parlance-o- n a shelf In the rar of the office. Ho did not use all of the supply of explosive lie made, but left some on the shelf In n dirty whito handkerchief, mute evidence of tho means employed In the robbery, but affording no clew to the robber. ,,soup"-asnitro.glyec- r-in Or. R. M. Davlton, republican counmen's shirts ct the ty committeeman for Lincoln county, Country Storo. and George D. Florenco attended the TBN pairs Homing pigeon for sale; meeting of tho 8th district republican well mated and beauties. Thorns Cole- commltluu at Danville Saturday, when . n convention win called 16. be hold in man. Danville August fi to nominate u candiSecond hand lloll City separator for date for Congress. It is not believed W. O. Walker, tf. nolo nt a bargain that the republicans have any hope of Lost at Woods' Crossing defeating Congressman Helm, but the Reward for return. II. W. Givcns. nomination will hn made to keep intact Ensign Cahwei.TTsaui-'i.espent sev- tho party organization. eral dava in Frankfort, the guest of Auditor Frank 1'. James, of Harrods-burJudge E C. O'Rear and family. lias been urged to accept the nomTo those I have notified that their ac- ination, but it is understood that he dues counts are long past due; If not paid not desire to run. Mr. Miles, of by first of June said accounts will be is also mentioned. Judgu L. put In the hands of an attorney Ella W, Hethuriim, of Rockcastle, declined May Saunders. to rdn, though urged to do bo by many SraiNO cleaners can secure the finest friends. paper In the world to go under carpets, Tho Eighth district is reihly demomattings, etc., at the very lowest price cratic now by about 1. 800 and only in at the Intehiok Jouunai, office. Also cases of tha utmost apathy among the lots ol nice, clean papers for shelves, democrats do the republican leaders figetc. ure thvy havo u chance. Congressman Helm is very popular over the district JUST received a car load of American and will poll tho full democratic vote. fence. It's the best made. George II. Farris. KVBiiYTHlNO in 20-2150-ho- g g, e, pups. Foil Sale-liT- riT gomery, Crab Orchard. ii gress In Tills District. ... For Sale Few nice HulT Orpington cockerels. Also cgjrs for hatching. Mrs W. J. Holtxclaw, Stanford, K. F. I). No. 1. Fon SALE almost new. ance & Son. Younger Set Entertained. Re-cciv- Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bright in Honor of Their GradUnderwood typewriter; ate Son. Will sell cheap. Sever- e The explosion, which followed and gave access th tho contents of Uncle Sam's strong box, was heard by many peoplo in town. No one seems to have attached any particular significance to it, however, most of those who heard it passing it oil as loud shot fired by some late roisterer. George H. Karris , heard tho explosion but did not get ur-thinking it was some one firing in Uall'a alley Rural Route Carrier Jesse Manning, who had been out In tho tho evening with country spending friends, came back to town about midnight. He waa turning the corner of Main and Whitley avenue when he heard the explosion, but thought nothing of II more than to wonder what it was. It Is generally believed that two men must bate hnndled the job, one acting as lookout while tho other did the dirty work. They did a clever job and got away with but littlo chance of capture. There was some talk of getting bloodhounds but the government will make no sJlbwance for such expense. The robbers could easily have gotten out of town on an early freight, or tho morning passenger trains. One of the prettiest social functions Foil Hale. Golden Oak I'rincess Dresser and folding bed Iloth good ns of the week was the reception Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bright gave Friday evennew. Mrs. J. S. Rice, Stanford. 23-ing in honor of their son, Thomas, who AttokneyJ. II. I'AXTON presided as has just graduated from the Stanford special judge in the Richmond court High School. The house and lawn were last week. beautifully lighted and decorated in Your dogs will be killed if city licenc- blue and yellow, the school colors. An es are not paid on them by June 1st. II. orchestra, stationed in the rear part of D. Carter, city marslial. 27.3 the house, added much tq the enjoyment of the occasion. MfiB. F. Eiciienhkrgek and daugh A unique feature in the decorations ter. Miss Ella, left Sunday for Belmont, Cal., to spend some timo with was a large white cake In the centre of her two sons, who are doine nicely the dining table, with the initials of the graduates on it, there being four gradthere. uates, and a side of the cake for each Stanford's strpels are littered with graduate. These initials were put on rnka unil italirla nil ttirnllnh tnurn with blue decorative icing. Ices, cakes Granitoid sidewalks are being put down on the south side of Main street and and mints in the class colors were dain when completed will be a great im tily served. provement. A largo number of guests were pres ent, nnd all came away wishing that W. P Kincaid bought "Old Scott," would be many more graduE. C. Walton's horse, and the run that there about at the latter's sale Saturday. ating parties. iaying $180 for both. Household and kitchen furniture brought good prices. Mr. Glen H. Curtis flew from Albany to XT..... B ' nl ., iii mi a. ounuay ivn auiiv iuy Isb .. a. ucrupiuiiu C. winning the $10,000 prize offered by tho Col. II. P. Hawkins Disposes Of New York World. He covered the dis tance of 137 miles in two hours thirty-tw- o Magnificent Collection Of minutes, and came to earth as Shorthorns At Public Sale. calmly and as lightly as n pigeon. His average speed for the distance, WIG Discriminating cattle buyers from all miles nn hour, surpassed nny record an over Kentucky nnd other State, at ever made by and aeroplane in long disIn its entirety his tance flights, tended the dispersal sale of Col. 11. P. feat perhaps eclipses anything man has Hnwkins' Glenburnio herd of Short- attempted in a heavier-than-amahorns on the Danville piko Thursday chine. afternoon A total of 20 head of cows, calves nnd bolls were sold at auction Mrs. Land Dead. The 20 averaged $185 and brought a total of $3,700. Thomas Johnson, of Columbus, O , bought the best cow in the Wife of Prominent Business Man lot and paid $775 for her. Carpenter & Passes to Her Reward. Rush, of Mansfield, O , paid $500 for a Mrs. Alice Land, wife of W. B. Land cow nnd O. F. Hankie, of Kenyon, Wis., of the firm of Land & Buchanan, died paid $276 for tho bull. Anoka. It. T. at their homo in Rowland, last Friday Gaines, of Lincoln, lought the cow, evening, and was laid to rest in Buffalo Wimple, and calf for $125, and a cemetery Sunday morning. Mrs. Land Mis yearling heifer for $G0; Run Gaines had been in ill health for some time. She Is survived by husband taught a young bull for $125; J. K. children. Shu was herdaughter and four a of Ben Uaughman paid $225 and $150, respect- Martin, and a popular and attractive ively for two cows; W. T. Robinson, woman, and a faithful member of the Christian Hubbard of Faulconcr, bought seven or eight conducted church. Rev. Ed grave, services at the a head of the stock at fancy prices. John large number of friends and loved ones Ru.ter, of tho same community, bought attending to pay the last tribute to a good woman who has gone to her reseveral head. Foreign buyers were driven from ward. Danville to Glenburnio, where 'dinner, Back To Pastorate which had been prepared by tho Gilch-c- r House, Danville, was served. Among those present from a distance wero Geo. W. Martin, a staff representative of the Rev. R. B. Maliony Accepts Call To Todd County Church. Breeders' Gazette, Chicago. Tho Breeders' Gazette is the best paper of tho Rev. R. B. Mahony has accepted a kind in the United States and has many subscribers through this section of Ken- call to the pastorate of the Baptist church at Allensville, Todd county, tucky. The auctioneers were Col. Cary M. and will soon leave to take up his work Jones, of Washington Boulevard, Chi- there. Mr. Mahony has been outof ac cago, and Col. George P. Bellows, of tive service in the ministry for several Maryville, Mo , who are two of the best years and but recently sold his large insurance agency here to Fish & Penauctioneers of the day. Col. Hawkins expressed himself as nington. He had a fine offer to go with well pleased with the'result of the sale. a large insurance company at Tacoma, He had spent much pains and money Washington, but declined it to the ministry. in the collection of the maginificent His many friends here will regret to Glenburnie herd, but has decided to re give him and his two popular daughters linquish his holdings for a time. up. RN FAR CT.FM . . F. HERD .. W 1 Body of t It ...! Little Alma Kellner Found Missing Louisville Girl Been Murdered Remains Discovered In Basement of Catholic School and Janitor is Missing. Louisville, Ky., May 30. The body sub-cell- ar Had ir of Alma Kellner was found In a at St. John's Catholic school at 10 o'clock this morning by a plumber who had been sent Into tho cellar to look after the water system, which was out of condition The man was horrified at the sight that met his eyes and ran to the street and gave the alarm. The cellar was little used and possibly no one had been in it for several months, with the exception of the little girl's slayers. It is evident that she had been murdered. Six ribs and her back were broken, She was wrapped in an old carpet and quick lime had been thrown over her body, partially destroying It. One leg with foot attached was found buried three feet deep in the cellar. Positive identification was made by Frank Fehr, uncle of the dead girl. It Is the theory that she was attack- d and killed where she was found. Her body had been in the cellar for ma ny months. Alma Kellner, young daughter of Frederick Kellner, was believed to have been kipnapped from the home of her parents on Dec. 8, 1909. Police officers and detectives throughout the country have searched for her, Her Beer For Danville ? Current Events Club Brewers Want To Ship It In But Meets With Mrs. Tribble And Courts Must Decide. Discusses Smithsonian Institute. jl, (Danville Advocate.) Thixbresident of the Kentucky Brew- ersAssociation with headquarters in Circuit Clerk Louisville, telephoned Price this morning for a copy of Judge Saufley's decision in the Bunk Raum case. The high mogel of the brewers stated that Danville is a "wet town" and that the distillers propose to ship their goods to this town. At present the express companies are refusing to accept any consignment of liquor for Danvil.e on the ground that it is a dry town. The president of the association also stated that the Southern Express Co, would be mandamused and force the carrier to deliver beer shipments from Lawrenceburg, Lexington and Louisville to Danville customers, as the city is wet and can not bo governed by local option laws. At present all liquors must be shipped from another state. Many peoplo think the court of appeals will reverse Judge Saufley'e de cision, while others feel that It will be upheld. A decision is expected in the course of a few days. Bob Invitations have been issued by Mr MUCH ACTIVITY IN FINANCIAL CIRCLES. Lincoln National Increases Capital years. 35 cts. Tea or Tablets. & Tanner. And SurplusNew Bank Is Meeting Much EncourGocd Price agement. Mueh Interest la being manifested In banking circles In Stanford since the announcement last week of the organization of the State Rank and Trust Financial Interests have Company. been stirred and buslnoas has received an impetus which augura well for the continued growth and prosperity of the community At a meeting of tho directors of the Lincoln County National Bank Saturday It was decided to increaso its capital stock $50,000 and the surplus $50.-00The bank will then show a capiv tal of $100,000 and a surplus of At the Ifirst n itnlendld showing. 0. $100,-nrw- and Mrs, Hanjyj Jefferson to the wedding of thelrt&oghter, Miss Elizabeth, toGrandison vaaghn, the wodding to be celebrated at their home in Louisville on June 2. Miss Jefferson is very popular here, where she has visited Miss Maria Mahony, who will attend tho wedding. . To relieve constipation, clean out the bowels, tone and strengthen tho digestive organs, put them in a natural con dition with iiollister's Rocky Mountain Tea, the most reliable tonic for thirty m Shu-gar- To Hold The Boards At Huston- villc On Evening of June 1st. The Junior Class of tho Stanford High School will give the play, "Mr. Bob" at the Hustonvlllo Opera House next Wednesday evening, June 1st. They give a very creditable performance and will doubtless have a splendid house. Miss Jackson, who will assist them again, has much histrionic ability, and many of the Juniors have considerable talent, as was demonstrated in their performance at the opera house here last week. s Mrs. W. A. Tribhle informally but deligthfully entertained the Current Events Club last week and a most in teresting program was carried out. The topic for the afternoon was the Smithsonian Institute, a subject given by Mrs. Clarence Tate, and a most appropriate one, just now being brought into prominence through Roosevelt's travels abroad in the interest of this institution. Mrs. Tate had an excellent paper but could not be present to read it, so Mrs. J. C. Hays substituted for her. Dainty refreshments were served, little Dorothy Tribble assisting her mother in serving them. The next meeting will be with Mrs. J. G. Carpenter, the subject being American Authors. Most of the members of the club were present and the following guests Mesdames Thomas Shanks, Carroll Shanks, Shelton Saufley. R. M. New-lanJohn Shanks, W. B. McKinney, Will Logan, J. II. Baughman, and A. H. Severance. parents are wealthy and related to Frank Fehr, the millionaire brewer. and fabulous rewards were offered for her recovery. Her parents, almost dis traded, have waited in vain, hoping that she wonld bo found, and when the news of the murder and flndine of the decomposed body was told them, the parents broke completely down. The entire city is wrought up over the heinous enme, done by a heartless wretch. Thousands of Deonle hurried In tha scene at St. John's School when there- port of the discovery of the body was made. Excitement is still hloh nrl morbid thousands lurk around the scene of the brutal murder. Crab Orchard Sanitarium Bought By J. C. Spitler and Witt be Run on High Plane. Was A Gallant Soldier. Among those who attended tho Con Realized For Land At Sale Of federate Unveiling was Mr. R. G. Col Moore Estate Near Paris. lior, a native of Lincoln connty, but now a resident of Somerset. He is an engine inspector on the Cincinnati Southern Railway. Ho was a member of Company C in a Confederate regi ment. There were 1G soldiers in tho regiment bearing tho name of Collier, Of that number only two are now liv' ing, the subject of this notice and his brother. Six of tho Colliers were from Pulaski county, all brothers, and the last one died a few weeks ago. -- Advo Dix River Dam meeting of the directors of the; N.Hnnal n.nk It is expected that a cashier will be elected to succeed the Uta John J. McRoberts. Several have been mentioned for the place, but it is not thought that the directors have definitely decided upon tho man as yet. The promoter of the State Rank and Trust Company say that they are very well pleased with tho success which is attending their efforts to secure liberal subscriptions to stock. They aro picas-e- d with the way the peoplo of Lincoln aro manifesting confidence in the future of the new institution by subscribing for stock They say that there Is no reason why threo banking institutions should not do well In Stanford, and point to Lancaster not nearly so good a business point which supports three and all do u nice business. The promoters are still negotiating for a suitablo location for the now bank. They have several storeroom under consideration, but have made no definite arrange m wits as yet. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Glvens have re turned from Paris where the celubrated farm of the late Mrs. Sallie E. Moore waa sold at nuction lastThursday. Mrs, Givcns is ono of the heirs to the estate. One hundred and twenty-fivacres of woodland sold at $175 an acre, and 250 acres of fine farming land brought $135 25 tin aero Feed und other tobac co men of Bourbon, bought the place. Clarence Lebus, president of tho Hur ley Society, was one of tho bidders. Tho land Is considered very desirable. First o May Soon Be Under Construction At Cost of $1,250,000. Eight or ten of the eastern capital cate. Another Automobile. Smith Oaughman last week purcbas ed a handsome Overland automobile from Cecil & Dunn, of Danville. Ac Officers Elected For Ensuing Year By Baptist Society. Mis-siona- ry The Missionary Society of tho Hap tist church met Friday with Mrs. J. N. Menefeo. An unusually largo number wore present and a profitable afternoon spent. Threq now mem hers were enrolled: Mrs Richard Scudder, Mrs. Eads and Mrs. Shelton Suutley. Delightful refreshments wero served after thu business session. Tho f olio wing officers were elected for Preaching at Hubble. tho ensuing year: President, Mrs. J T Hoskins: Vice President. Mrs. Joe S. Rice; Secretary, Mrs. W. H, Wearen; Rev, Sam Pittman will preach at the Treasurer, Mrs. Jesse D. Wearen; Re Hubble Christian church next Sunday. cording Secretary. Mrs. Shelton M. Saullev. The next meeting will be with June 5, at 11 a. M. and 7:30 l. m. EvMrs. H. J. urown. erybody invited; the church members earnestly requested to be present. companled by his young son, Morgan Smith, ho went to Lauisville and drove It through in company with Mr. Dunn. Tho car is a beauty. This makes the sixth car in .town. John Owsley Re!d sold his big car in Louisville tho other day or Stanford could have boasted seven, which is ubout as many as Frankfort has. The old town is certainly a coming. Thomas, 2b Nelson, ss Boosting Lancaster Fair. L. Coleman, The Ottenheim Tent of Maccabees Renfro, If cf was installed by A C. Sine and M. F. Rue. lb President Arnold and Secretary John E kin last week, with 16 members, and Farra, of the Lancaster Fair, were there are several more applications be- Moore, rf hrn last week boontinir that snlendid fore tho lodce W. T Whito was elec II. Coleman, p I exhibition which will be held In Gar-- I ted commander, with John Wenzel rec Totali rard July 27, 28, 29. Lincoln couuty ord keener and simon Petry vice com i always sends over a lot of fine stock to commander. The new lodge start off Score by Innings exhibit and this year promises to be no 1 most auspiciously and with a strong Stanford exception. llarrodaburg membership. lata, who are interested in constructing the proposed dam at Kennedy's Mill on Dix river, were there last week looking into tho matter. Evidently they were well pleased for they wired to New York for engineers, and they will bo on the spot within a week or ten days. It is estimated that this big dam will cost ny. $1,250,000. It will have a 12,000 horse Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver power, and will furnish light and power of all kinds for a number of Central Tablets will clear the sour stomach, sweeten the breath and create a healthy Kentucky towns. appetite. They promote the flow of Kirk Stephens, a youn; man residing gastric juice, thereby inducing good di near Columbia, had his right arm so gestion. Sold by G. L. Penny. fearfully mangled by the accidental disa twinge charge of a shot gun that amputation ofA touch of rheumatism, ortrouble is, neuralgia, whatever the was necessary. lie had been out hunt- Chamberlain's Liniment drives awav ing and was climbing over a log, when the pain at once and cures the com tho hammer struck against a limb and plaint quicKiy. first application gives Sold by G. L. Penny. th shell exploded, almost tearing his relief. arm from his body. J. C. Spitler, formerly of Union City, Ind., has bought the Crab Orchard Sanatorium from the White's Concentrated Salts and Water Company, and will soon have his big place opened up for guests. He will put in many improvements and have one of the most Moving Some This Week. institutions of the kind in the State. Mr. Spitler is thoroughly familMr. and Mrs. N. W. Fowle are mov iar with his work and a splendid success ing into their new home just vacated by for him is predicted. R. C. George DeBord will torship White still retains tha proprieE. C. Walton. of his celebrated Concentrated take the place vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Crab Orchard Salts and Water. Fowle, while Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gar nett will occupy the house vacated by Stanford 4; HarrodsburgS, Mr. and Mrs. DeBord. The Stanford High School base ball Never hesitate about giving Cham team seems berlain's Cough Remedy to children all. It wentto have thohoodoDon them to Harrodsburg Thursday It contains no opium or other narcotics afternoon last and doleated the school and can be given with Implicit confi team there in a hard game by a score dence. As a quick cure for coughs and of 4 to 3, making the second defeat to the Mercer lads this seacolds to which children are susceptible, son. This game won made the 20th it is unsurpassed. Sold by G. L. Pen straight victory that the local boys d, S have secured. STAi'ORD. MeCarty, lb Penny, c Singleton, ss Coleman, 3b Waters, 2b AB R H PO A E 3 00 4 0 0 10 1 0 112 0 0 0 Y Embry, p W. Singlotonlf Bright, rf Hill, cf Totals Davenport, c ilulet, 3b 4 4 4 4 2 4 0 11 00 2 30 32 4 110 112100 10 10 0 4 27 11 0 10 8 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 IIAnUODSUURQ. ....4 Maccabees At Ottenheim. AB R II PO A E 0372 2 400 40052 0 41 2 0 40000 0 ,.3 0 0 2 0 0 4 1 3 12 110 0 3 4 34 0 3 119 1110 10 7 0 1 0 0 123466789 -- T 00000021-- 27l4C 0- 00011?. 0 -4 3 PAGE TWO THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. Shattered His Arm. Rockcastle Man Has An Accident While Hunting-Ot- her Mt. Vernon News. Richard Ilrannaman, of Wildic, a son of H. S. Urannaman, while. out hunting Saturday fell and accidentally discharged his gun, tho entire load entering the elbow of his right arm. The bone was ho shattered that amputation was necessary. He stood the operation fino and is doing as well as could be expected. Ho is a man of family. Jas. a younger brother, lost his right arm in a railroad accident at Paris some years ago. Dr. and Mrs. Granville H. Albright Bran-nama- MAT 31, 1010 Tub r Interior Journal Established 1872. To My Patrons And The Insuring ness which is tho largest of any In this part of tho state, which will be attest Public. been known for some time that I have, sold my business to Messrs. Fish & Pennington; two gentlemen whom I can conscientiously recommend ns being most trustworthy and reliable, and who know tho business thoroughly and will give it and any matter pertaining to it careful and ready attention. These gentlemen paid mo my price for tho business and I would consider It a personal favor if my olJ customiys and friends would stand by them as they have by me, or at least give tho It has i EVERY TUESDAY At H SHELTON t AND FIUDAY Per Year in Advance. 3AUFLEY " Publisher Entered nt tho Post Odlco at ford, Ky., as Second Class mall. " " Stan- It h hayeannouncedthecngagementof their daughter, Miss Clarence Costello, to Mr. Daniel C. Talbott, formerly of North Middletown, now of Indianapolis. The wedding will take place in Juno. C. A. Redd, W. A Brooks, of Crab DillIIead is making the people of Orchard, C. E. Rice, R. L. Johnson and Louisville a good mayor and would no D. E. Gray, of Livingston, were here doubt make a good governor, but the Friday to bo made members of Lan- people at this time aro not going to drum Council. take a chance on the selection of their Will II. Pish was in Louisville last nominee for the highest office within week, returning by way of Lexington, the state, and a man who is as close to to accompany home his Bisters, Misses John Wballen as Mr. Head, can not Daisy and Julia, who have been attendwin the confidence of the people that ing Campbell-Hagermahis peculiar merits might otherwise Dr. E. J. Brown, of Stanford, was him to. Tho people have about here to sec his friend, Dr. Southard. made up their minds that Gov. McCrea-r- y Ho was also in the Quail section to see is the proper man to lead the party Daniel Brown, who is very ill. to victory, and it looks like his nominaJohn Moore, who was operated on in tion will be a mere formality. Cadiz Richmond, Saturday, died as a result n. en-tit- lo Bourbon county, has announced that ho is a candidate for Congress in the Seventh district against Campbell Cantrill, and from here it looks like he should win easily. Thomas is head and shoulders above Cantrill in almost every way and the old Ashland district would certainly take a forward step by electing him. The Hurley Tobacco Society has repudiated Cantrill and its support will go to Thomas. Tho wonder is that Cantrill kept the tobacco growers hoodwinked as long as he did. State Senator Claude Thomas, of ed by Mr. W M. Bright, cashier of the Lincoln County National Bank, where I ' have done business for the past 20' years. But the work has proven too much for rav tihvsical strength. Be- 1 felt called to the ! I sides, early In life acv-- 1 I ministry, which work I pursued for ! cral years, and which I now desire to return to. Sinco selling out my buai- -' ncss I have been offered n good salary by the Continental Insurance) Co., to locato in Tacoma, Washington, but turned it down to accept n call to a church In the Southwestern part of tho Mens' Wear! o o o 0 0 & Q State I regret exceedingly to Icavo Stan-- . I 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Lidt you forot unci con- g clude wo nro only t'loth-Jnfurnish ors Stanford. matter reasonable consideration before going elsewhere to insure. They are now representing a line of companies which aro as good as any in the country, and a better class of ad justers can no where be found than thoso of this agency. It might be a source of cratifientlnn to my friends to know thatmv linine has by no means been a failure. Starting out a few years ago without any experience, I have worked up n busi portunity to thank them for their gen-erous support and bespeak for my suc At cessors a iiko treatment, vcrv respect-- i fully and gratefully, H. B. Maiiony. THo ford and tho friends who havo stood by mo all theso years, and tako this op- want to romind you that wh aro tho mons' Wo Hull and ?hoo pooplo wo proper tho of 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 E. Church South will bo held in beginning Sept 21 Bishop John C. Kilgo recently elected elected Bishop at the General Conference at Asheville, N. C, will conduct tho con- Kentucky Conference of the M. "Fountain Shirt" You all know it I havo sold it for 15 yours and I havo a satisfied list of shirt wearers, wo soil 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0. ference. Another Shipment of Buggies Received at W. H. Hig-giof the latest Styns les. See them before you elsebugprice- - only tho two grades $.1 and $1.50, Thoy fit tho nock, thoy have any longth sleeves, lonft skirts, full hody. Elastic soam drawors any size from a 31 to a 52 inch waist nt 50o. Undershirts, 25c, 50c and $1 oach Union suits $3 and $2 each. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 , Record. on Wednesday. Mrs. S. H. Martin and daughters, Misses Montye and Virginia, are Central, attended the funeral. all claiming the intercollegiate base We do not believe there is another ball championship since Central town in the stato anything near the size Georgetown beat State; that will compare with Mt. Verucn as and State cleaned up Central They're a lodge town. There are ten different all wrong. We're still offering that lodges and each one doing well. The new summer's "lid," which our foremost is the Masonic, there befriend failed to cover, that ing four different branches or lodges: the Stanford High School nine can whip Ashland, No. 640 P. and A. M., Mt. any of the three college teams. Vernon Royal Arch Chapter, Landrum The L. & N. railroad is planning to Council and the Eastern Star. The comerect a $12,000 depot at Richmond. bined membership of these four lodges Whynot at Stanford? Everyone trnulJ is something near 500. The I. O. O. sign the petition at tho Lincoln Rank. F.'s come next, with a membership of over 100. with an Encampment soon to be organized. The Sir Knights and the Killing In Pulaski. Lady Maccabees and the M. W. of A. As the result of a shotgun duel be- are less flourishing, but each has a reatween Allen Hall and George Jasper, sonably good membership. They arc prominent farmers of Cain's storo, Pu- all good, but of course some are better, laski county, Jasper is dead, but Hall and if there is such a thing as getting escaped injury. The quarrel arose over too much of a good thing, we fear that a division of land. Hall was arrested Mt. Vernon, if she gets any more lodg and lodged in jail at Somerset by Dep- es, will have more than will do well The Masonic hall, which is over J uty Sheriff Dick. Fish's store, is conceded to be one of the prettiest to be found outside of the Watkins Wants to Run. larger cities. Signal. UnState Senator J. J. Watkins, of ion county, has announced that he is a Some'Sound Thoughts. candidate for the democratic nomination for Superintendent of Public InTo The Trustees and Patrons of Al struction. Senator Watkins is a school teacher by profession and is serving his Districts: Do you know what is going About second term as a member of the State on down at the all that thousands of fathers and moth Senate. era do know on this subject is that ev ery morning they send their boys and New Assistant Postmaster. girls away with their dinner, and are Wallace Singleton has been sworn in glad to be rid of them till night. Do as assistant postmaster and will assist you not know that right down in that tho future of vour in general in the office this summer little school-hous- e while Postmaster J. C. Florence and boys and girls is largely being shaped? his regular assistant, A. B. Florence, Upon the bent they get there will deare taking some much needed rest. pend in great measure the character of See to it then Young Singleton is very popular and your boys and girls. capable and will make a No. 1 official that everything is all right at the school in your district. Put in men of in every way good character for trustees and let each trustee try and get good teadhers Sheep Killers At Work. and of the very be3t character, both Sheep killing dogs were busy in Lin- men and women. Go to the school now coln last week. Henry C. Anderson and then yourself and see how things lost three at his farm in the Preachers-vill- e are going on. Do this and it will neighborhood. The dogs attacked be a help and inspiration to the teach his flock during the big rain, but he era and children. If you ore called on got to them and managed to kill three. for a few remarks, say something that Smith Baughtnan also lost several and will make them want to live like true other depredations are reported. men and women. D. B. G, State and Georgetown n; rg school-house? Mi-o-after-dinne- inak a purchase where. A cheap gy is high at any Buy a good one and please your wife. "Harris Suspenders" The host suspcndoi'M on tho Globe at 25 and 50c, silicones at $1 to $2.50 tho pair. Sox m every size 0 w W. H. HICGINS, I I Stanford, Kentucky. Bring Your Produce To Us. We hire oprned .J solid colors either in black, tan or fancy at 25, 50c for lislo and $1 and $1 50 foi silk Dross gloves $1 1 50 and 2 tho pair. quality and color, but the stylo now is 0 0 ill 0 0 0 0 0 produce home on Sora-eri- et ittert and wtll pty die Jihert market price for til Lindi of country produce. Bring ui your UuS. M.iO. BASTIN . CO- Stanford, Ky. H. J. McROBERTS. G. L. Penny K. 0 0 0 0 0000 0 0 0 0 0 0000000000 0 0 0 0 0 000000 K H. Cofley K. It. Coleman BLACKSMITH ING! A Great Big Load of Flour Hrtng your lllnrktuutlilnK and cenrrnl reimlr work to mo ori shoring (lie, Hntl.fuctlon cuiirnnterd, tliop otipotlltt rtillllpt' concrete tlore, JAMKH IlltACKKTT, OuV, Htnnford, Ky. K Finds its way into the best homes every day. It is bought by people who required the best without regard to the price. Yet Baughman's flour costs no more than ordinary brands. And when one considers how much farther it goes than common flours our brands are really the cheapest. Include n sack of it in your next grocery order. J,L.Beazley&Co., M Hr lUm uGda PniiltwF Panama. H"4" siuku.lv iauturta, m m m 83 Undertaker and Embalm en. Also Dealers in Fur- J. H. Baughman & Co. niture, Mattingg.Ruga. They will exchange Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Price Right Will make liens lay, cure them ot (Hm(m) and keep them in good thrifty condition. The increitfo in the mitnlicr f egg htiil, will more thun pay for the hiiiuII expciiM; oi feeding. It is K)I1 nt PcnnyV Drug Store. m m A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, ATaNFOISD. - KENTUCK CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! Burrj'in, Kentuchy. I can furnlih the iw.r. mil n graduate of Jonet' National Hcbool well at the fretbetl iiuiiiinnhttli tin,plants or oleut flowers, have linil ot AuctlonfHTt.ClilcuKO.iuul In the lilc cnttle talus at the Union on iiuui, uuim, poueu noMert, on snort Alto Mock Ynrdt. i'lilvngo, whvru w sold touio notice. funeral make a specialty of wreaths purposes. l,fcO. Alio In for for thoroughbred! an high n In connection with the nliote, I have all WU talus wi-rIlimlr each kinds of vegetables on hand ut hurav tales hero reasonable da). Auctioneering Is u science lind I liae prlcet. studied It with thin Idea. Heeor phono nu CIllllHTMANOUKKN 1IOUHKH, before you arrange lor our wile, I can Kl HuiillAKIi, I'iioh. mate tales to) our iidMiutago. I'HuKKifi.It 1 PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. Hlan'ird, Ky. Detroit Vapor, The Latest In Harry Jacobs, monts, j CONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of con cretlng, such us Illock Work, l'uveineuta and, In fact, we out makenny thing frump house down to a fence Mt. We can yon promptly mid guarantee flrtt-cla- sen's work arm material, (Jail and get our prices before you buy your material nt least. ts u IT' Dealer In and Munufacturer of, TabG. L. Penny guarantees The sale Friday Marble and Cranlto Monu r lets to promptly relieve was called off, after a tew sales, as the Cemetery and distress and cure indigestion, or money demand for stock was not brisk, the at Markers and Touts, OHle and works,iJiwn Vases and Hettees Ky. back. Large box 50c. tendance being small. The farmers have been taking advantage of the good weather to get up delayed work at Kings Mountain. home. Have.'your measure taken by a tailor of ex, perience. Then your clothes, whether low price business suit or the finest evening The "sun has his eye on us" again, clothes, will have that Individuality and lit which plainly Indicate they were made to after so much rain. your nieusure, I will nlso take your measMiss Belle Johnson is spending a few ure for eitrn trousers, fancy vests, top coattl and overcoats. Hprlngand Humme. weekB in our midst, on her way to her ample on hand ready fur your Inspection home at Hood River, Ore. She will II . (J. It U TLB Y. The Tailor, Htnnford, Ky, visit Florida before returning. Master James Alcorn is very ill with measles. Miss Ada Taylor, of Eubanks, is tho guest of Miss Lelia Smith. Roscoe A. M. will meet Lincoln Lodge No.). Leach's funeral was preached at the instated communication on eat'H ursl ami Waters' graveyard yesterday at 2 p. m. third Monday nights of each month, ut 7:20 o'uiocu in ineir uau on main sireeei, man-forIn a police court item from here in a Ky. Members of sister lodges are fraternally Invited to be present. T, W. recent letter an error was made, which Hec. please correct. The name of Geo. Rig-ne- y was given, when it should have Missed Belle been George Dishon. So. Kl,Houth,ll;iF, m. Johnson and Euphemia Taylor were You Can No. a, Koutli, 10: (J a M. No. Jt, North. 4:40 a. M. entertained at dinner by Mrs. Maude any way you please. It will stand it No, W, North, S:1'J v, u. No.W, luiWA. H. Dr. Thompson and Wall Wednesday. No. .h, l:o f. m, splendidly, For we handle no unfamily aro touring the East this week. JOS. S. RICE, Agont. Thomas Payne is very ill. Miss Mattie sound stuff. You will learn that the Mrs. Ji. Leach last week. best lumber is the cheapest in tho Sims visited OIL STOVES. Alolutcly Wickless, No As-best- Spring &Summer Stock. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. No Cotton Wicks. J. J. BELDEN, For house, cnrrlace and sluri nalntlnir dero rutlvu paper hanging nlso buggy trimming of nil kinds such as tops recovered curtains and boots made Htouover Aldrldce's black smith shop West Muln Ht., Hluuord Ky The Very Thing for ThoueNo.en,. J J. IIKLDKN. illS MASON'S MEET. J4 Stock of Merchandise for Sale. HsBIh , B-1- H33SBI Summer Cooking. Mnkcs life in the kitchen endurable in hot weather. I desire to sell prlvately'my stock of Jro cerlesand Hardware. Doing a good busl nets. Will Invoice, ubout fljto). Iteason III health. OKO. I), GEO. H. FARRIS. IIOI'l,KIl,Htnford;Ky. When You Have Test Our Lumber L& N. TIME TKBLE When Hungry OOTO Uarton's Uittauruut Jjincmter, Htrcet, Htnnford K. Meals served at all hours up toll:.') y. u. llestplacelu wulforn good iUlck To Bell Call . beginning as well as in tho end. A St. Louis firm was awarded the And our lumber decidedly comes contract over six other bidders for the up to quality called "best." erection of the new Phoenix Hotel at J. A. ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. Lexington, W A. Furniture and Undertaking. Day Phoue 28. Night I'lione 133. TRIBBLE, Intnl. Oooklng to suit our cutloiuersour speclully, Hplendld new line of fancy Groceries, IlotOonee, Handwlches, pies, lluttermllk and sweet milk, etc., nt all timet. H. B. Northcott, Stanford, Ky. 'Phone 103. TIIUKMAN K. TUDOR, Manager. tf'jf Stanford, KentucHy. W. A. CARSON, Prop. MAY alst 1010 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. PAGE THREE Oxford Bargains 50 pair black and Tan Oxfords and Slippers on !?lNVITKsl 3 d gybUKMagrJ cnwfcfiiA New Parasols. of our INSPECTION llUSjpLr Cull nny tho bargain counter. These goods sold at 2.50 to IJ.f)0, they are odds and ends, good styles mid or the best quality. You can have your pick for IMS. time nnd mnkc nn cxiiininntlon tfols. Wc invite your most critical inspection, feeling confident tlint the keener your judgment, the surer your npprovnl. THOSE WHO KNOW the quality of our merchandise nrc our regular customers. We urge you to make n trial of our store's claims, in your own interest. Do stock of swell sun shades just in, prcliy silk combinations, wash linen combinations,-anwash embroideries. Childrens' parasols 25c to J. 00 STew it today. SEVERANCE & SON, II Stanford, Kentucky. Notes and Accounts Collected. We collect notes and accounts anywhere in the United States, charges unless we collect. Also look after claims of all kinds. v -- (!' Miss Sue of Danville, spent Miss Kachagl Allison has returned Sunday with Rout, AitTHUK Euhanks spent Sunday In', Ner.Dl.K8, Dobbins and Shuttle fo tho homo folks. ' rom a visit to Lexington. f sewing machines at Penny's Drug Cincinnati. Mrs. James Rogers and four young Miss I'EAHL CAMfHELl. Is with rela- Store. Mj8g Esther Uurcii is at homo for sons, of Hell county, arc guests of ' the su.nmer from North Carolina. Uvea in Indianapolis. ner uncle, M. U. Elmore. Miss Eliza Pike, of Iirodhead. has Miss Virginia Houhnk Is at home Misses Jessie and Jean McKecii-ni- e Wen the guest of Dr. and Mrs. E. J. from Paris, whero sho has been teachare at home from liourbon College, Oscar Wai.i.in, of Mt. Vernon, was Drown. Paris, Ky. hero last week. Rev. C. E Powell, of Lexington, ing during the past year. Mus. E I. Owsley, of Columbus, W. W. Saunders spent several days Hon. John W. Hkown, of Mt. Ver- has been visiting his father, Capl. 11. Ga., arrived last week to see her tlnugh with his brother, J. L. B. Coffey at F. Powell In this county. non, was hero Friday. Welch Rochester spent Sunday tcr, Mrs. T. II. Shanks. She Is spend Frnkfort. Dr. C A. Cox, of Joneeboro, Tcnn., with his sister, Mrs'. Frank Lee, at ' "K some days in Lebanon with her Mrs. Catherine McClary and Miss nua in town a few days ago. tcr, Mrs. K. S. Putnam. 1 cachie Haughman are visiting rela JudorJ. W. Alcohn Is attending Mk. and Mrs. John S, Wells and Uvea in Owensboro. Afterward, they J. It Cass, of Hrodhead, was the handsome children and Miss Linda Owscourt at London this week. 11. till- au joscpn, mo., to do the win ko io guest ef his daughter, Mrs. L. ley, of Danville, drove over in an auto- guests of Mrs. Penny. Miss Linda Owsley, of Lexington, J ton( Ml week. mobile Thursday, Mrs, Wells and Miss Miss Mary Burch returned unexis mo Kuril 01 air. J. a. uwsiey. Miss Ai.uk Yantis, of Garrard, was I'Kor. J. W. Ireland is tho latest the guest of her cousin, Miss licssie Owsley having come over to attend pectedly Saturday night from Staunreception. Mrs. Rice's ton, Va., whero sho has been teaching victim of tho mumps, which is raging Yantis. Miss Frances Adams delightfully the past term. Her school was closed In town. Miss Susie Thompson has returned entertained the faculty of the Stanford oarly on account of an epidemic of Mrs. Sankoro M. Looan and chil- to Mt. Vernon, after a protracted stay dren, of Wilmore, arv with her par- with her sister, Mrs. Logan Hughes, Graded School Friday afternoon from 4 measles. Mrs. Thomas H. Shanks, of Stanto G The lawn was used for entertainents, Judgo and Mrs. M. C. Saufloy. who has entirely recovered from her ing and ices were served. ford, will arrive todav to bo tho eueat and Mc. recent Illness. Mf.sdamkhEd Wilkinson of Mrs. Richard Putnam. Mrs. Shanks Mil. IIauiiy Jacohs has been I) Itonlty aru visiting Casey county was Judce L W. IIetiiurum, the popular correspondent for tho Inte- Is formerly Miss Muvs Owsley, nnd relatives. punned county judge of Rockcastle, quito well known in Lebanon. LebMcKinney. News is now n knight through hurt: en routu to Somerset to rior Journal at T. N. ALDnincc, who items, advertisements or other business anon Entcrpriso n few dajs at home sec his brother, Circuit Judge 11. J. of the grip, ent for the paper left in his charge will bo of Miss Sadie Wearen is now a victim week. Ilethurum, last week. the mumiis. Master James and Earl appreciated. I Baughman, Eddie Bruce Haughman, Miss Mary McRoiiehts, who has John E. Evans, a popular iirodhead Mr andThos. II. Shanks left Fri i ...n. i." i. tr.u ..vi in the txiy, has taken a imsttionwith Crutcher been teaching for the past J ear .? .lay for for n visit to Mrs.R j" Kn7n h ,' Montana School for tho Deaf and Mind n 1'itinnm ntri.p wnirti inpv ptnpct in i & Stnrks, Louisville are also on tho mump list. for Hackwnrd Mud. J. J. Dickky returned Saturday and Training School return to Stanford before leaving for E C. Walton spent Sunday with fsom Frankfort, where shu attendttl Children at lloulder. Montana, will tho South to mako their future home. his brother. Col. W. P. Walton, in Lexthe Federation of Women's Clubs con- start for her homo in Danville this week and wife and W. Vernon ington, telling him good-byC I'. Cecil before vention to spend tho summer with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. W, IK McRobcrts. for Richardson, of that good paper, tie starting to Atlanta with his family this TUB Ladles' Aid ar d Missionary Advocate, drove over from Danville week, where they will make their of thi I'resbvterisn churrh met mcrly of this city. She will not reach , home. Mr. Walton has not decidwith Mrs. George u. Wearen Friday. Danville until about the middle of June, Sunday to inspect the Inserior Jouii-is The usual routino of work was carried as sho will stop over at Butte, Mont , Nal's new linotype machine, which as, ed what business he will go into in the Southern metropolis, but will look cut. The next meeting will be with Salt Lake City, Utah, Denver, Colorado up, but not quite in running shape yet. around a while before settling down Springs, Chicago and Cincinnati. I Mrs. W ii. Higgins. "personals. Na Bank references. Correspondence solicited. MAY'S COLLECTION WOODSON MAY, Mgr.. AGENCY r Somerset, - - - Kentucky. ECLIPSE OXFORDS ! Young men who are critical of of every detail of their attire, are sure to be pleased with com-misio- xj... ' " " 'T' fu-tu- r e So-cii'- OUR STYLES. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, .hi i "ia S3 S3 ji ,idbaL Y$m mSsF MmE BS 'I W. 88 riK Bl MB lWrv S3 Vvobmh mi sisssM 1 o B etwtmtee) YOU are entitled in buying Hart Schaffncr & Marx to a most positive assurance of your satisfaction. Every dealer in our clothes is authorized to say this to you: Every garment made by, and bearing the label of Hart Schaffner & Marx, is guaranteed to be of ol all-wo- yv 9ofi xem ACaV 8 ii y $ RS Iran in j, ?.ffi.yKsf0 AUTOMOBILES, SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES. AGENTS FOR ga sa a g Flanders 20 $750 E. M. F. 30 $1250 Haynes $2000 Baker Electric 2000 to $4000 tStudebaKer Garford, $4ooo to $6000. If interested, Phone us Bell 24, and we will gladly give you demonstration. Danville Ice & Coal Co. Danvillc' K- - S3 m ga BS BS sa ga ga ga ga ga TOaSSS&&SO" I L. R. Hughes T. W. Humble V. O. Martin ji 41 fabrics, with no "mercerized" or other cotton added 5 thoroughly shrunk before cutting 5 ' seams sewed with pure silk thread ; tailored in clean, sanitary or wool-and-si- lk 1 shops: and free from every defect of material or workmanship. ga ga SILKS We have just received a beautiful line of new summer silks in all shades and prices; also a lot of new yokings and band trimmings. Call and see us before buying. s More than that: The dealer is authorized to say that if the clothes are not right, or not satisfactory, your money will be refunded. Hart Schaffner & Marx ga ga I ga IK i I 1 I JQyCUMMINS & WEAREN, Stanford, jlQ HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, L STANFORD. KENTUCKY. J V .1. TAGE FOUK -- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. TIIK- MAT sistlOlO I" :( i! A ' I ! I All holding keys: Will be ready for you to open the box and take the money; for you hold the keys. Remember the date-Ju- ne 9th. This will be our special sale day. Here's What a Leading Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Lincoln Farmer Says ml !PH Hustonville, Ky. Of the Brown Fence: F I r.RED BOX '$? HI ' We Have Tie Most Up-To-Da- tc Line I'm!' ' HV ' ' of Pants in Town, Ii' Comearly to avoid the CHAS. WHEELER. rush. V "I have used the Brown Fence for four years and say unhesitatingly that when put up right, it is the best all 'round fence for a farmer I have H. Baughman. ever $een,"--Jame- s Sec nic (or furlhor details. i BH 1 ' ir 11 BB bB BBBY bbv in all shades, grey, y PUBLIC SALE Of Magnificent Farm! Hi I BBBV The undersigned will on H. C. CAKPENTER, Agt., m I VBi Wednesday, June ist, i ii i 1910 Stanford, Ky. farm d .Unatll oIock A. M.,onlKeprcmU.KllpubUylot.eh.gheil bidJef that splendU tnsvts x the "Todhunttt Place." located in Fayette county, Kentucky., on the Walnut Hilli dwelling FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. ol Jcsso Lynn sold his crack walking and containing 458.3 acres. Upon said faim is an elegant twestory trick mare to Dan Trnylor for $375. nd necessary nd ll usual with good cellar, bath room and ll modern conveniences nooau, W. H. Wcaren sold his little marc to .wfciMirgs, including servants" quarters in excellent repair; three good tenant houses, two practical excellent stock barn and various Dr. C. A. Cox for JC3. rTn-- 4 totacco barns, capable ol homing 30 acre, ol tobacco; and Dan Traylor sold to Will Cordier M rt&eWnnements, The place has upon it all necessary lencing. and is supplied with lasting and The land u naturally as good a acres of his place on Gilbert's Creek wtfl duitibuted water to an extent to satisfy the most exacting. Ac fcot to be found in the fai.f anted Blue Crass Region, a large part of it now in grass and balance for $5,050. This is fine land. iaV-highes- t The pail cultivation ol the land has been such, and its present state of cultivation. We have for sale a McCormack bind oue&on u now such, that exceeding 200 acres ol the land is now ready for graving tobacco, and er that has only been used to cut 10 -susceptible with proper tillage, ol like use later, so that a purchaser may confidently Je mninder the acres oi wheat and is in line shape. A ,ieV rpoa having 75 or 100 acres for tobacco annually for all time to come. The remamderol bargain. Pence Uros., Stanford, imf Wing eminently suitable for cultivation in other crops. or William McKechme sold a bunch of Sn. score attractive larm in itsell and in its environments is to be found, and either lor home who fat hogs to Meir & Huffman in Dan-vill- a purposes it cannot be surpassed, and this opinion we believe will be shared by any bwatigate. The sale ol the property is made necessary to effect a settlement between the at 8 cents. At Lincoln Bank PUBLIC SALE H HbV browns, white flannel, greens and blue serges, nothing but, style. Come and let us show them to you. 3 ii.Hieatt will be found upon the premises until day of sale and will be glad to show the place 'J9 ntenxng purchasers, -V i Ti ' $100 Reward, $100. ed by Mr. Cotrar at Danville. clothing. Prices within to Intra UJi rapr "M The rradrra x. Left my farm Thursday nlRht, May, that Iters t atotkxt ear Omulnl I" read) of all. that dmw and sriran has born bi- ran Itst M in 2, a deep bay mare. Has Catarrh. HairstoCiiarrbim tw lisIs nun.ooljr pwun ... ih known la ih tatsrrti big star in forehead and one white foot rurc now cwkMiutkMal mnllral tritemltr a rwumo-llmdKnM rrquim twist a ItsS'a laurrh CMrr la takrn trmUmaU behind. Is 1GJ hands high and was re upon the bkl and moraia lha ot Bjitrm. tnrrrbr Ofstmrtna cently blistered for fistula. Will pay surfacrs aIMthdlmtlr or G. B. MOSELEY. Versailles. Ky Fajetre Telephone No. 2356. tuumlslkjo ot tnr dlanux, and (lTln the patlmt up the conalltutiua and aul-la- c liberally for her return "to me. James llrfocth bjr buHdlna nature in d,MriK Its wtwk. The proprietors hsvt P. Rogers, Crab Orchard. m rourh tilth In Ita ruratire powm lost iher oner (or anr Lost Gray mare, branded "A" on One llundrrd Doiurt tmtlmonutarase that It UUa t cure eirnd lor hat ol SAVE YOUR Addme. f 1 Clll M.V CO, Toledo. O. At left shoulder. Reward for return to Hold tr all I'ruiima. ?sc ttottrtom Poultry Cure l reeoenlied m the standard poultry Tale 1UU a I'smUr iniU tor ronstlpatloa. the one Ttwlr or the world. H In to cure remedy that can bo depended Abram Simpson. Crab Orchard. 27 2 absolute certainty and prevent EstraYt-Tw- o ewes and lamb at my Gapes, Cholera, Ilotip, place. Can get same by paying for ad. Eczema A Germ Disease, Can Kiatbemtck. Dtmrrboea and nil exllln( form ot poultry A lew drops In the drlnklnc water keeps fowls healthy and Now Be Cured. and $1 H. P. Long. frcef rora UIao. A too bottle mates IS Ballon of medicine. For ma isvatmcni or uiacuieaa ana oiner diseases in turkeys U D. Hollzcfaw bought of John IS. Foster 60 The medical profession is all agreed cattle atCJc Mr. Hollzclaw shipped them to Cincinnati that Eczema is a germ dijase, but the Saturday, together with a d of thing that has bullied them is to find hogs of his own rairung. He bought of soma remedy that will get to thegermt HAS f NO EQUAL- If you have anything to J1 Josh U. Jones 25car-lpad- s of hay, com- and destroy them. "Laityeir ta, W.W.Rli.on IIopUIoiTil!- -, Ky., ttyt: "I Mr, F.P. C1aT.Paitf,Kf.ttart Iron, 01 chicken ftee rowiof cntCKcni loroeaiiT nnyyeiri ana i Zemo, the clean, external treatment, TbI aaltrrCurelithcmocCiatislactorrrcinctlr iI brraitca mroareusUoutboa roaltrr Cure. tapes posing his crops of four years. , iu the I hnd rVirfwa rrriti them i U a tore cure lor Cbelcra 9 tmm ever used for Cholera 1 Limbcrncck1 od Gapct." has solved this difficulty by drawing the a ,T(-KT4Ni- n 9 SftaT' wa uevfr germs to the surface of the skin and dev. s. A.r Markets. stroying the germ, life that causes the DruBQlats. SOo par Bottla. Trial Vial Fr... if diseased. Tho whole method of treatCincinnati. May 30. Cattle Receipts ment and cure by Zemo is explained in Take to 378; market steady; fair to good ship an Interesting book on the subject ispers 6.35 to 7 50; common 2 25 to 6c. sued by the makers of Zemo. It tells Nunnclley's New Stock Yarcts Hogs Receipts 1,022; market active, how to cure yourself at home of EczeHe riupnnd sel every day iu the 15c higher; butchers and shippers 0.55 ma, Blackheads, Pimples, Dandruff and except Sunday. Bring on to 9 60; common 8 75 to 9.00. Sheep-Rece- ipts all diseases of the skin and scalp. Call your Htock. IU--t market in , 139; market strong, 2.75 to'5. at Penny's Drug Store for the booklet (SSflPHWC $100,000.00 the Htutc with plenty of Lambs Market active add strong, 4 to and learn more about this clean, sim $100.000.00 8.65. SURPLUS ple remedy that is now recognized the eed and waU?r liost covered i)cn, otiliida of Louivilla or Lcxiuctau. RESOURCES standard 'treatment for all diseases of STANFORD, KY. We also do a j,'ener.il httcli anil feed buainow. Another Barn Fire. W. M. BRIGHT. CASHIEP; 3: M; SHANKS, PRESIOENT' the skfn and aealp. MPAKTON. E. C. WALTOIT,V.Pcs. W. 1.. MC'AUTY.lVs. L. H. HUGHKS.S. AT' Tho stock barn of J. Wilson Moore in HAYS FOSTtR. CLERK. the Camp Dick Robinson neighborhood, DIRBOTORS: VOrralker, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter.Stanforo near Oryantaville, Garrard county, was John B. Foster, Stanford; W. H. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Ran- destroyed by. fire Thursday night about KentucKy. 10 o'clock. The barn was said to be kin, Lancaster; J. B. Pax ton, Stanford; W. H. Trajlor, Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. the best one in Garrard county and cost H. Cummins, Preachersville; Lilburn about $3,000. The origin of the fire is Gooch, Gilberts Creek. unknown. Thero was no stock in the Farms ami Town Proerty Haudldl on ComtniiMion. Stock' and Bondiil barn and but little grain and hay. SevB..M. ,H you Have Projierty to Sel or Ilcnt Notify Ua. eral wagons, a binder, mowing machine jpjjf T? and a large, number of other farming nto tor tircular to implements, wfere burned. The total ' ' STANFORD, loss will be over $4,000, said to be part ly covered by Insurant. riaGANIZED IN J882. ik;..l .!, kilinn. m nn inJ two vmii fiom March Ist. 1911 lien, purchasers mates to bear 6 per cent, interest, payable annually, and to be secured by venJor's Fall and full Dosieision March Ist. 1911. Purchaser will the benefit and assume the burden ol a lease lor two years from March 1st. 191 1, covering tx and barns on the Combs larm. details ol which may be learned on application. . ten ant houses - .nn..m frnm rlv r.1 navmmt In March 1st. 191 1, will be allowed on the . .. f. TV cauZi piymeot. For (urther information call on or address. V. F. HIEATT. R. F. D. No. 10. Lexington. Ky rcouc rv cai .l i.1 ru. nn'n'lihii On Monday, June 13th, 1010, county court day. I shall as agent of the heirs of Maria Uaughman, deceased, offer for sale at public outcry, in front of the court house door in Stanford, Ky., to the highest and best bidder, that house and lot situated on Water Works Street, in Stanford Kv , which was occupied by said Maria Uaughman at the time of her death, and which is bounded on the East by the old Mary Lytle proticrty. on the SVcst by the house and lot of Georgia Sutton, on tho North, by the right of way of the L. & N on the South by Water Works Street Terms John C. Davis, of Danville, and of sale, made known at tho time the Banks Hudson, of Lancaster, have pur- property is offered for sale K S ALCOKN, Agent. chased the equipment and will continue the hemp business which was establish- SAM ROBINSON, Next Door to Lincoln County National H.iiilc, STANFORD. KY. xsxs $. : :;; UP-TO-DATE I N Well made Mens' and Boys' N1 four-year-o- ld FOWLS! itt dl-u- g L. L. S 5ANDlR5, g ft (Bourbon Poultry Cure ""Sfi? Bourbon Remedy Co., iSSSftr, 1.210-poun- d Crab Orchard. Kentucky, car-loa- 'hkIIRBv ftBBBBf&fcPc STOCK III m Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. SSratid UIBftZj9i J yt-n- r Bifef8TER.88T.CASH fSnHli Wjl' Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford, FIRST NATIONAL BANK, KENTUCKY L. R. HUGHES. Secretary. Stanford. Ky. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED. $20,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Centimes Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Dtpcsit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. OFFICER. Si SMIocberi President,, Great Snakes! Perryville', J. M Matherly, the owner, killed eight snakes, averaging five feet in length. They were of several species, tho last ono being h black viper On a small farm iear S..T, .Harris, John J, Mclioberu, Cashier, H. C.tBaughraan, Asst, Cash'r W- W .Saunders.Bool(keeper. DIRECTORS. I" Keid. fl. Daiighman, M U Elmure J. M Pettua. II. C. naughman'; J F. Cummins, S. T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, V.. V Walton. J. S. Mocker. W 'H. Murphy. nre put in by us' when we equip your bath-roowith new open plumbing. Our bathrooms arc things of beauty when we have put iij open plumbing with nickel plated pipes and. fixtures, besides. We do it nt a reasonable cost. It not only means comfort, but health. m Fine Porcelain Bath Tubs Insurts Tobacce and Tobacca tarns. Nothing But Insurance. J. C. McClary, (S? Jesse D. Wearen, AiAV3r 5 t ..' 5W. .. -- L Tbe Insurance Man. ii3 m V T-. STANFORD. KY. llesldoncn l'Uone M; Office, U6. Ineuro with mo and bo fully J.. ,.lfi." ''."K V-- " r wrr' JF W. K. WARNER, Phone 88. 1 OJT Stanford, Ky. Ap- protected. '4 Bllfc PARMER: Make your home at modern for your family an h city swltkuee, and 'place yourself iu u position to getttio latoet market quotation jA My time. This can bo accomplished by means of our telepuouo service, vlfcli you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with ssWtaneflto received. Call or address our n en rent office or write direct to SaMKjfluartcre, Nashville, Tenn., for information regardiug our special " "Far-Mn"Line- RURAL TELEPHONES. In Re Bupa Y1 plication Compton on for Pardon. D. B. New CARTER. Llverv. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. WtP Undertaker and Cffl.a Fhon.tST. I ratt. TmmwHee, If you are not at present enjoying telephone service, we cwrjitiiuediateiy interest you, Kbow. 1 3 Our linen cover the States of Kentucky. MUsiijpi, Iotiiiana and the Southern jwrtion of Indiaua and EAST TENNESSEE TEL. A: TEL. CO. IIM'OKPOKATKDI Lightness With Strength Notice is hereby given that Buna Vista Compton now serving a life sentence in the Slate penitentiary at Frankfoit, Ky., under a charge of house breaking having been convicted ia trie Lincoln Circuit Court, will on the third day of lune, 1910 make application lo the governor of the comnionwealin to pardon said Compton and release l.lm from custody. This the 20th day of May 1910. W. V. WILKINSON 25.4 Depot Streett Phone 06, STANFORD, - Embalm! KY- - Horn. I'bon.S. I Never Mind your insurance policy will build you n new one. As soon us our hus made his report a prompt one you receive a check to cover tho dnuuiiio in accordunce with the terms of your policy. We know of no better reason for iu- surinjj house nnd personal effects h tho companies we represent. , Oui phone is 200 '210,000 Feet of Lumber At The Right Prices. fiavtr 200,000 feet of lumber iinttblu for tobacco burns and otli- li FiiilLlinil TllirilAQAQ nt rAncnnnliln' Qtixt, Call on me or write me for ratt und tell me what you want, 1 ?wmpmy p .4. I f lTT- ? WKfc is n fenture of our road harness. There is not mi ounce of unneces and I can suit you. sary weight, but it is made so hon WALKER OWENS. Pongo, Ky. estly nnd strongly that it will stand Shipping Point Mt Vernon any strain. If your horse had the say he would choose one of these sets. Why not act on that assumpI hnvi lor .ils Lay inure Mul, old unit uviuh ),im puunUi, Hound una tion? bimxI rki!r Al.o Im) nitre, Wurki itny Mtwrv uuil ludles butt, Iwon i Urlvin Hlw U Kouuil isiiU Uis fair J. C. McCLARY. StMfcrtf, Ky. llCIAIILiL.NN Hlutoinllle. Barn Lumber For Sale! 120.000 , Stock For Sale! snd-Ul- feet or Boxing. Sheeting and Frunie Lumber for Barn Patterns, which I will sell for cash or trade for Com, Hay or good Horses and Mules. Prices on this very reasonable, for I want to sell. Write me at once. Respectfully, C. J. Sii'FLE. London, Ky. 1 V BBr K Pennington, Stanford, Ky.. Phone 2Q Fish & ti JBdMMwtfMM , aWjisw, 9ni4mwp04 mfimim vw . ni.Mnylii.. ,nmmi,mi-mm, ,, ,,, ,, , Hit ,iiimi,m ifMw i. I mftltim