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TTTHENTERIORJOURNAL4TlVOL t Kentuckys Splendid New Statehouse Dedicated With Imposing Ceremonies I iOrx9 1ebTAT kxCEFfOx DOOM MAIN coJlnmoJlIPEIISPECTLVE VIEW OF KENTUOKYS NEW JnonT June 2 Thou FItsand of ipeople at the cere monies Incldeut to the dedica tion of Kentucky new state house today witnessed the official cul mination of ft tight of more than a i hundred yenta on the part of Frank tort to retain tho sent of government and on tho part of other cities In the state to have tho capital rumored from Frankfort The citizen of Frankfort In that hundred yearn tight have donated thousand of doll urn toward paying for the tint three or four stutchouses and many more thousand In entertaining various legislatures Jn the effort to re tale the seat of government here Un til the present splendid structure was actually built the Frankfort people bUt felt uneasy lest something night happen to rob them of the statehouse Tho dedication of the new building Gas put nil doubts to rest Thousand of people from practically every county In tho old commonwealth journeyed to Frankfort this week to witness or take part In the formal cere monies More than 700 Schoolgirls came on ono train from Louisville and snug a song as n part of the dedica Uon program 1Abig tciujwrary platform wu erect pd Immediately In front of tho capitol building nUll from this stand United J States Senator W 0 Bradley deliv ered his eloquent speech ns the orator of th day- Mujror Polsgrove of Frankfort deliv eyed tho address of welcome and Gov crnorJVlllson made a speech preceding that delivered by Senator Bradley Several hundred former students of the Kentucky Military Institute which fchool flourished four miles from Frankfort for moro than fifty years were In attendance having decided to hold a reunion here on dedication day Official Program Following Is tho ofllclnl program as arranged by tho dedication committee and carried out a 8 oclock a mFlrng ilgnal Kim at arsenal b 9 oclock a m Detachments of the reception and transportation committees under their leaders to aiscmblo at their respective posts of assignment to receive and care for visitors clIO oclock a m Decoration of grave of Row J McClusky lllayncy In FranK fort cemetery by committee of the Frank a fort nutlncM alena club as provided by resolution of that body In recognition of hi loyalty to and hU exertion In the re tention of the seat of government at Frankfortd m Exerclica at the cap Itol 1 Salute tired from Arsenal hill 2 Muila by band f 3 Invpcatloa by BUhop Lewli W Bur ton 4 Welcome on bchall ot city by Mayor J H Polacrovc 6 Song America bf Louisville Girls High School 6 Address by Gov Augustus K Wlllson 7 MuiicBy band I ddreaa jy 8enarWlll4ro S Bri4 fey f Song by Ixmtivllla Girls Iitga tool10 Ilenedlctlon by Father T llsjor 11 Dixie by band In the afternoon band concert In the capitol building when the building and offlcea therein were opened for inspection Of visitor From 730 oclock p m to 11 oclock Po m state reception In the capitol building with old fashioned Kentucky houie warm- Ing Legislation For New Capitol When the legislature of 1004 met tho stone of Kentucky was practically out of debt and a bill appropriating 1 000000 for tho erecting of a new state capltnl passed that body with but one dissenting vote A commission to carry out tho provisions of tbo act was appointed consisting of this following J C W Decklmui governor IL Y McChcsney secretary of state S W linger state auditor N n Hays at torney general and II M Bosworth state trensurer At the first meeting I Henry B Ware was elected secretary to the board It wait provided by the act above re ferret to that time new building was to bo erected upon time site of tho old but when the architect Frank M An drews of Dayton 0 presented his plans It was found that the old loca thou was not suitable for tho proposed structure A special session of tho legislature was called to meet In Jan uary 1005 to consider the matter and tho location was changed to South Frankfort on tho grounds known as time Hunt place containing thirty acres fur which tho state paid 40 000A contract was let to tho General Supply amid Construction company of New York for the erection of the building On Aug 14 1105 ground was broken for tho foundation and on Juno 10 1000 tho cornerstone was laid Incident to tho change of adminis tration which occurred on Jan 1 1008 the following commissioners took charge oL affairs Augustus K Will son governor Idea U Hruiier Bccro tnry of state Frank P James stnto auditor James nrrathltt attorney gen oral and Edwin Farmer stnto treas urer and thereupon Captain Edward M Drano was elected secretary to the board Under this new management con tracts were let for tho completion and turn JJ fif tlifi building and on Jury Jlfllll tho building was Drst occupied by Secretary of State Ben L tlrxiner New Statehouse Described The face work of the building Is con structed of limestone from Bedford Intl with a Vermont granite base and I rests upon a concrete foundation It w surrounded an architectural stone terrace with concrete floor covered Jtltb vitrified brick The outer walls of the building are ornamented with Ionic columns thirtytwo on tho front four on either end and thirty on tin back all of which are monoliths twen tysoven feet ten incites tall wclghdu abut eighteen tous each The pediment over the north en trance designed by Charles Henry Nlohauo of Now York ami executed bv tho AUHtrlau sculptor Peter Itossak for the Mini of 40000 Is richly sculp tured and adds greatly to the appear ance of the building Time heroic fig ure In the center represents Ken turk standing In front of a chair of state Her Immediate attendants are Progress who Is seen kneeling nt her feet pushing a wlngetf wheel history on tbo right Is recording till events of tho richly peopled past Plenty stands In the left background with a cornucopia overflowing with fruit and grain Art Is represented on the right by n female llgtiro with palette anil brush In her hand la bor In the rear facing Art homale figure stripped to tho waist anti grasping a hammer An agricultural aspect Is Introduced by groups of cot tie and horses with tunic and female figures wreathing tho creatures as In festal array The Idea of tho statue Is portrayed In the two ends of the pediment by Its grouping and Its In divisibility and Btalillt are shown In the state seal which Is Indicated nt the left end by a group of two figures tying fasces signifying strength and unity At the other end Is an Indian group of two Ogures suggestive of pioneer days crouching with fear anti whtchlng the approach of civilization The dimension of tho nosy state house are es follows Total length from east to wRt403 feet depth of central pnrt of building through time vestibule ISO feet diameter of ro tiiniln 07 feet height of building from terrace floor to top of parapet wall 80 feet height of dome from terrace floor to top of lantern 212 feet widths fie agricultural terrace at the front ami rear of tine wings of the building and at tho east end 30 feet width of agri cultural terrace at tho west end and rear of central pavilion 40 feet length of pedlmeit from cast to west 74 feet height of pediment from base line to apex 25 feet The following Items represent the to tal cost of tho building Amount ex pended tor building proper 1180 43480 amount expended for grounds 03703 amount expended for furni tore carpets marble floors mural paintings etc 141881 amount ex pended for metal file cases vaults etc 45183 amount expended for power plant 90000 amount expended for enrichment of pediment 40 000 nmount expended for heating lighting and electrical fixtures 108 70320 amount expended for terrace and Inmlsrnplng 100000 making a grand total of SlSWOOO Kicked In Stomach I James HBaugliman Badly Hurt By Fractious Mare James H Baughman one of the best known farmers of Lincoln county was kicked in the stomach by a mare Tues day morning and badly injured injurycaught tho blow from the animals hoof in the pit of the stomach shortly after eating a hearty breakfast He was knocked fiaton his back and rendered unconscious Ills back was hurt by the fall also and he has been confined to his bed since Mr Baughman was con siderably improved Friday and hopes to soon be out again was standing close to tho mare when she lunged and kicked at him The Injury would have undoubtedly been much more serious had he been a little farther away and caught the full swing of the flying hoofs To Fight White Plague Meetings To Be Held At Two Points In County The physicians at other points in the county are actively interested in the antituberculosis fight A mass meeting will be held at tho Christian church at Crab Orchard Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock nt which addresses pertinent to the matter will be delivered by Drs J G Carpenter Edmiston Jones and HarmonOn Juno 12 a similar meet ing will be held at Hustonviile at which Dr Alcorn Barker Childress Pipes and Bertie Carpenter will speak Tax Rate Fixed And More Stable Room Provided By School Board At a meeting of the board of education of Stanford this week the tax rate for the l pport of tho Graded School was again fixed at40 cents and 125 poll tax the same as last year The board reorganized reelecting Dr W B OBannon president and Prof J W Ireland secretary It was decid ed to increase the stable accommoda tions on the school grounds to double their present capacity so as to better care for the horses and rigs of those who drivo In from the country to school Ptomaine Poisoning Gets in Its Work in Garrard Coun ty Also Last Sunday afternoon while Mr and Mrs J E Dickerson of Lancaster were visiting relatives in Garrard their son J Wealev Dickeraon wat taken alarmingly ill and hastened at once to town to a physician Upon returning home they found their young daughter Pearl and their sifter Miss Flossie M Sutton also very III By the prompt aid of a physician all three were re lieved and soon out of danger The serious illness of all throe was pronounced ptomaine poisoning and was thought to be the result of the ice cream they ate for dinner Highland t Farmers arc about through Illant- hl corn and are busy preparing to hncco ground W O Young sold one cow to John Lutes and bought ono cow and calC Irom Dave Young Mrs E J Mills who has been at Klngawood College with her son Jack who has been going to school there for the past year has returned to Highland and will soon take posses sion of her farm here Thos Butt has made quite an Im provement In his residence In the wnr of repairing and painting Misses Annie Dutt and Grace Young who have been attending school at Stanford and Mis Elite Young who loa been attending school at Richmond are all nt homo now Hcv S M Carrier wile and daugh ter of College Hilt are spending a few days here with his mother and other relatives Mauser Baush left yesterday for Oklahoma to try his fortune In the westJim Surber and wife anti Mrs Joe White of Durn sIde are visiting their brother Mart Surber John H Young who has been at 181nYoI spend die vacation selling books 1 COLORED MAN SAW- POSTOFFICE ROBBERS Before Deed Was Done But Did Not Suspect Their Intention The Exact Loss i No clew has been discovered to the men who broke into the Stanford post office last Tuesday morning and so for- M known no steps have been taken to discover the robbers The U S secret service works very quietly however and its detectives may have already been here and at work The men who are believed to have broken Into the postoftlco were seen by Will Salter a colored man shortly af ter midnight standing in front of the postolfice Salter was watching to keep dogs off the new granitoid pavement in front of the First National Bank and as the pavement had become sufficiently hard was on his way home The men one tall and the other rather upJockeycourthouse and Christian church so that he could not tell whether they were white or colored He went on borne and shortly afterward the explosion was heard Postmaster Florence has figured up the exact loss which was 5874 in cash 38370 in stamps and 2270 in money belonging to the money order department His personal loss in the safe etc is about 25 The stamps secured were in one tissue oiled lead stamp book containing 1 2 3 4 5 8 and 10cent special delivery stamps to tho value of about 50 and 1 and 2 cent due stamps about 25 a snail wooden box containing the cash Breaking or attempting to break into a postoffice has a penalty of a fine of 1000 and imprisonment and the reward for capture of the robbers in this case would be considerable Postmaster Florence says- Entrance to the building was effected by breaking the glass in the windows above the outside lock boxes The robber went about his work in a methodical way lIe undoubtedly was an ex perienced hand at the game A hole about half an inch in diameter was drilled in the safe just above the combination lock with a powerful drill Ready for business now the marauder then mixed his soupas nitroglycerin is called in the criminal parlanceon a shelf in the rear of the office He did not use all of the supply of explosive he made but left some on the shelf in a dirty white handkerchief mute evi dence of the means employed in the robbery but affording no clew to the robberThe explosion which followed and gays access th the contents of Uncle Sams strong box was heard by many people in town No one seems to have attached any particular significance to it however most of those who heard it passing it off as a loud shot fired by some late roisterer George U Farris heard the explosion but did not get up thinking it was some one firing Balls alley Rural Route Carrier Jesse Manning who had been out in the country spending the evening with friends came to town about mid night He was turning the corner of Main and Whitley avenue when he heard the explosion but thought nothing of it more than to wonder what it wasIt is generally believed that two men must tho job one acting as lookout while the other did the dirty work They did a clover job and got captureThere hounds but the government will make no allowance for such expense The robbers could easily have gotten out of town on an oarly freight or the morning passenger trains Markets Louisville June 2 Cattle Receipts 189 four days this week 2207 Prime export 7 to 7 25 shippers 6 to 7c beet steers 4 to 6 75 fat 4 to 625 cows 4 to 6c cutters 3 to 4c canners 2 to 3c bulls 2 75 to5c feeders 4 to 5 75 stockers 3 to 5c choice milk cows 35 to 50 common to fair 15 to 35 CalvesReceipts 104 for four days 447 steady best 71 to 8c medium 53 to 7Jc common 26 to Sic Hogs Receipts 2200 for four days this week 6006 market steady heavy pigs 90 pounds and up 945c light 45 roughs 875 down market closed weak Sheep and Lambs Receipt the four days this week 6626 thebest going at 8i to 9c seconds 6J to 6c culls 5 to 6s 6c down fat sheep 4Jc Stockholders to Meet A meeting of the stockholders of the State Dank Trust Company has been called to be held Monday June6th at 2 oclock p m in the Odd Fellows building Notices have been sent out to all stockholders that the entire cap Ital stock has been subscribed and the success of the institution is assured Tho shareholders consist of about 100 of the leading business men and farm era of Lincoln county BIG LEAGUES AFTER STANFORD PLAYERS Mike Penny Has Offer From Kit ty League And Wesley Enibry From Blue Grass So good have the members of the Stanford base ball team become and so far has their reputation spread by rea son of their 20 straight victories that i several have already been offered leaguepositions Mike Penny has received an otter from Clarksville Tenn to catch in the Kitty League and Wesley Em 1 bry is wanted by Manager Kuhn for a ShelbyvllloDlue L- It is hardly probable that either will acceptthe offers made them for both 1 1 participation er bar them from college or other ama teur games Both are among the best players on the local team when at their best and their friends believe thatieither would make In fast corn iiMuchsuccess which Miltqn McCormick is at taining with the Paris Jeam of the Blue Grass League this season lie has pitched in five games so far and won everyone of them once or twice win ning the game imself by his own bat pitcherdoveloped and will undoubtedly go up if he continues his splendid record Harry Camnltz also a Lincoln coun ty boy has been sent by Pittsburg to Newark New Jersey In the Eastern league for a little more experience His friends are confident that he will soon be with tho Pirates permanently for ho is showing the same qualities which have made his older brother Howard the best pitcher on the Pittsburg roster S MKlNNEY BAND GETTING IN SHAPE Ball Team Defeats Moreland In Hot GameOther Live News From Little City ta McKINNEY JUNE 2 The McKinney band recently organ ized is getting along fine and will soon be ready to give some concerts in the near future The members are R H Metcalf president baritone Norman 1 True vice president 1st cornet nod leader Mack Mobley treasurer and 2nd cornet George Lay secretary and tuba James Dye librarian and Eha clarionet Harry Jacobs solo Bb oor net L E True solo alto Harry Wright 1st alto Eugene Davidson trombone James Cannon let tenorcArthur Coffey baritone The meet Tuesday and Thursday nights for r practice They have three more appli cations for membership and have horns moreMcKinney won a hotly contested game of ball from Moreland on their grounds Saturday afternoon by the score of 12 to 9 Battery for McKin neyEstes Hughes and Epperson For MorelandRakerstran Neal and Car terOur place is rather quiet as the farmers are busy the cold wet weather having greatly retarded them in their work Norman True wife and daughter re turned Friday from a visit to friends and relatives at Cincinnati Several of our citizens were at the Waters cemetery near Kings Mountain Monday attending the Decoration Day exercises and the funeral services of Roscoe Leach The sermon was preach ed by Rev Huey of Somerset and Rev Davidson of Danville made fit ting remarks Harry Jacobs the mouu ment man erected a handsome marble monument over the grave of Mr Leach the same day- Theodore Reynolds of Waynesburg was in town Sunday Our genial sheriff W L McCarty took the train here Sunday for the South Miss Catherine Murphy is at home from Bourbon College where she at tended school- Smith Baughman of Stanford was In town in his new Overlandautomo bile and it looks like a fine machine from the way he handled it Bring your items in and leave them at the marble works and tney will be sent in each week Breathe Hyomel and relief trout catarrh coughs sore throat or cold will come In two minutes U L Penny guarantees Hyomel to cure catarrh coughs colds and croup or money back Complete outfit 1 Extra bottles 50 cents Sly d Z 7 j tj pAGE TWO THE INTERIOR JOURNALS STANFORD ET JUNE 3rd 1910 BACK FROM WORLDS S S CONVENTION Hustonvilte Pastor Talks Interest ingly of Sessionlive News From West End of County HUSTON VILLE JUNE 2 RevW S Willis pastor of the Christianchurch here greatly enjoyed his visit to Washington and the Worlds Sunday School convention He talked both Sunday morning and evening of the many interesting thin gs he saw and beard lie gays it was the greatest convcntlonjho ever attended and will result in worldwide Rood lie visIted many places of interest in Washington and lookedlln on the BHIngerPinchot investigation and heard several of the leadinglactora in the matter He also beard a sharp debate between Senators Aldrich and Cummins andfpart of Senator LaFollettes speech on the railroad billRev Willis thinks the local commit tee in Washington waalunjuatly criti cised because of Its action in deciding that Kegroeslbad no right to a place in the paradef It was not race prejudice but because the negroes were not mem bers of the Worlds S S Association and had nolmoreright than other out sidersThe unprecedented action of Congress in adjourning for the mens parade was very much appreciated Over 6000 men passed in front oftho capitol with ban nerslfljing and bands playing On ward Christian Soldier Over 20000 people gathered before the capitol and many more would have been present had notjainbcen falling Notwithstanding the bad evening the parade made adeep impression upon all who saw It There were 3000 dele gates gathered from 51 nations besides many thousand visitors A great in crease in pupils and teachers was noted since the last triennial The grand total reportedlwas Sunday schools 285842 Officers and teachera2598613Sc- holars 25288119 Total enrollment27886732S- am Pope of Boyle was a guest of Joe Will Rout Miss Nellie Burton of Somerset is visiting her sister Mrs Henry Hudson Mrs J M Eubanks has returned from a visit to her daugh ter near Lawrenceburg Miss Florence Epp erson has been confined to her bed on account of throat trouble Capt J P Denham has completed a neat addi tion to hisjhome near Jumbo Tho largest congregation in several r years attended services at the Christian church Sunday morn i ng 182 Sunday school pupils being among the number = Robert Routen is seriously ill at the home of bis father W G Routen Mrs Priscilla Brown has returned from a visit to relatives in A rizona In he her enfeebled condition from advanced age she was forced to take to her bed in order to recuperate Calvin Carpen ter who has been seriously ill is re ported bettercuJames Yowell sold John Johnson a on of NervousI i was very nervous writes Mrs Mollie Alirse and of Carrsville Ky had palpitation of the heart and was irregular at MrsHattie tymemedicine I ever took a andtheme but I am lots better since taking Card L I Take M54 CAROUt who the at The Womans Tonic I first Cardul Is advertised andassold by its loving friends The lady who advised listhadserious female trouble byIng whatCardui an fer MCainviiWontCiaPleasei 1r entitled in buying Hart SchafFner Marx YOUare i to a most posItIve assurance of your satisfaction Every dealer in our clothes is authorized to say this to you Every garment made byand bearing the labelof Hart SchafFner Marx is guaranteed to be of allwool otherJI cotton 5 cutting 5 seamsJJIPI y sewed sanitaryrshops T and free from every defect of materialorI i workmanshipMore that The dealer is authorized to say that if the clothes are not right or not satisfactory your moneywill be refunded 4 Hart SchafFner Marx carload of lambs at 7c A citizen who reuides near the knobs remarked to a friend the other day that did not believe in Sunday excursions to Cincinnati most every one attending the theological garden On Sunday June 12 at the Christian church at3 r M there will be a tuber meeting A number of lectures the prevention cure and treatment the disease will be delivered by prominent physicians All are cordial invited to attend There were a number of births on river last week A boy and girl were born to the wife Henry Wade twins also bless the home of Clarence Austin A new girl has arrived the home of George Wilcher Peroy Chelf a highly respected octo genarian of Chelf a Ridge Casey coun died Friday morning lie had been member of the Maaonic order over 55 years his membership being with the Hustonville lodge and a number of his brethren from this lodge attended the burial Saturday The great evangelist James Small is to hold the protracted meeting the Christian church has asked that time be extended so as to begin the Sunday in September Paul Willis has retnrned home from days stay with friends In LexingtonW Co have a long of blue grass farms for sale rang from 40 to 800 acres They are of ing lands that produced over 8300 acre in tobacco last year iss Edna Camnltz and Sam Reid attended a house party in Louis last week the guests of Miss Kate who visited friends here last summer where she was greatly admired CUMMINS WEAKEN Stanford Ky1 Waynesburg The combined teams of Utah and Waynesburg were defeated here Sat 1 urday by the Highland nine by a score of 20 to 13 Jim Young the Highlan- pitcher Is an excellent one while Wal ter Warfield Hickory Baugh an Marshall Hutchison did some fine work l I in the field The Kings Mountain team was defeated here Sunday by the Iota- team 33 to 7 G W Horton and wife of Eubanks were hero to see W M Smith who continues very ill granddaughter ter Mrs A K Caldwell Mrs Herbert Dumas and little daughter Ihjl ma are visiting in Lexington Qaite a number of our people attend ed the Sundayschool Union at Enbanks W D Sims and family of Somerset are here with the home folks this week W H Horton and family visited his parents at Eubanks Miss Delila Sin gleton of Somerset is at home Master Willie Curtis of Somerset visited Van Singleton this week Mrs Ermine Ball of Eubanks is visiting relatives here this week J J Moser and wife of Turncrsvllle were guests of Mrs S P Shoop Miss Girtio Smith of this place and John Lands of Tyrone were made one in Somerset Friday Miss Ethelyn Singleton the pretty daugh ter of Mrs Betsy Singleton and W Brown of Pleasant Point drove to EuI banks and were made one by Rev Til ford Sunday They left immediately for Dry Ridge where they will make their future home Their many friends wish them all the happiness in the worldIWillie Baugh of Highland and Ish mael Poole of Maywood attended the ball game hero Saturday Revs Noel and Hoskins of StanfordIcame over from Olive Tuesday Hoskins preached an excellent sermon at the Baptist church here on Tuesday night f Hubble I Squire McKecbnie la having a con crete walk laid in front of his house Conley of Danville Is doing the work teamdHubble boys winning by a score of 15 ltoS Mrs J M Rankirl and daughter Miss Eva went to Lexington Saturday oculistI gave a lawn party Saturday afternoon Mrs F F Fitzpatrick has measles Misses Jessie and Stella McKcchnle are at home from Bourbon College Mrs Tom Wilder who has pneumonia is improving D F Rankin and wife were visiting Haven McBetah Sunday Left McKendree church Sunday two young men driving a black horse Won der where they went S B Sanders is on the sick list G Huffman and wife visited her father Mr Kelley Sunday Junction City Friends here have received the hap py news that Punch Surber now liv ing in Atlanta is the father of a fine 12pound girl All will heartily congratulate him and his J W Davis who has been at Rob bins Tenn for some time after a short visit to his old home here has gono to Claremont Okla prospecting with a view to locating The new wholesale grocery firm of SweeneySurber Grocery Company is starting off in fine shape Mr Shelby- Is being forced to hold down things for a while himself owing to the illness of Mr Sweeuey who is confined in a hos at Lebanon but who is improving nicely Mr Shelby is so capable in ovary way however that he is keeping things movingall the time Wily Salves Fail to Cure Eczema I Scientists are now agreed that the eczema germs are lodged not in the outer skin or epidermis but in the Inner skin Hence a penetrating salve is required not an outward salve that clogs the pores We rccommendto all eczema patients the standard prescription Oil of Win tergreen as compounded in liquid form known as D D D Prescription A Prcscrlpt Wo have sold and re andknowWe recommend It to our patrons Shu gars Tanner POSTED rrlottytorbldhunting viofIJrolIWIookJWrnOordlerDau VrdllnndortJJThompon SIrsJaIiIcadAKltmuaa J J Klllott Mrs Qeo ConnerRevnaughmunUrJllhMargaret Uooch Jacob lander TraylorHamAmend Bcbnefor M JHorinann- KTHeazley AKMntheny OwiloyIIWatklnlJOlIundley McUlureAnderson VonGruonlganT OarpenterWJohn H lee D Huvlors IorrlllVAlex Cooper J Nevln Carter JIIdderIlug Uoizl T A Rice Reuben Uurtli Chris Oamenlicb 8poonoDoroI11 W Oalnos W Pflrlmci J L HoltzelQW W M Ylolaa H K Clalnos Mri Mattle White Miss Mary Poppies W E Keeton jpracB Metier A L Tbompion J OIl 1 Sheriffs SalsJ 1 rBy virtue of Execution No 529 directed to me which issued from 4ho Clerks office of the Lincoln circuit court in favor ofRV V Dobbitt against Caleb G J and others I or one of my deputies will Ion Monday the Ijth day June 1010 hours of one oclock P M and two oclock P M at the courthouse door In Stanford county of Lincoln biderto public sale to the highest the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount COltsjtowitat six per cent from the tjlh day of April 1870 until paid ten dollars and forlyfirc cents cost and further cost of this action Tract of land In Lincoln county Ky near Crab Orchard and bounded on the north by the lands of Charles Kedd and on the east west and south by the lands of Robert Clark levied upon as the prep erty of Caleb Grenshaw and others TermsSale will be made on a credit of three months bond with approved seen liv required bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from day of sale and having the force and a sale bond this aoth day of May 191oI ft W L MCAKTY Sheriff L C B 263 tN Sheriffs Sale 1 11 Dy virtue of Execution No 333 direeteJto me which issued from the of the Lincoln circuit court In favor st 1 reorthe Ijth day of June lolo between the WI hours of one and two tkeocourthouse door In Stanfordcounty Lincoln state of Kentucky eipose to h tic sale to the the follow rUTbe e plaintiffs debt interest and castes towit t7 45 costs and the costs of this action Tract of land in Lincoln c Ky on the head waters of South Fork f and containing 25 acres more or less sad bounded the lands of Mr Martin en the North East by the landsot Goo Cot foy South bIho lands of Sam Vaughtwand West by the lunds of Ed JlphJinkins B TermsSale will be made on a credit of three months bond with approved secir lty required bearing interest at the rater six per cent per annum from day ofersale and having the force and effect oi a sale bond Ibis aoth day of May Ifflo W L MCARTV Sheriff L 6an2 3I Y Commissioners Sale I In obedience to a judgment of theshLincoln Circuit Court rendered at the May term 1910 in the action of Moses sc Cartsstoner will on- MONDAY JUNE 13th 1910 ga County court day In front of the eosrt house door in Stanford Ky offer fur I sale at public outcry to tho highest and Be mootstheCrab Orchard in Lincoln county Ky tur MrDelnnlngIn the old line thence N 60hE 146 poled to two white oaks N 30 W 1091 poles to a chestnut and W Intwothe beginning containing 100 acreIWThe object of this sale is for a divis ion of the proceeds among the heirs of r Moses Stewart The purchaser will be required to ex IJ f ecute bond with good security for purchase price payable to the eomS II missioner bearing 6 per cent interest t theiforcev s nilJt r an Commissioners Sale I c x In Lincoln Circuit Court wInfruaryPerkins plaintiff vs W J KdmlsUn yet ail defendants I will on MONDAY JUNE 13th llOeCounty Court dny at about 1 oclock lc I P M soil at public outcry totbo high p est bidder In front of the Courthouse tl door In Stanford Kentucky That certain tract of land situatedcin the town of Crab Orchard in Lin In coin county Kentucky and On tho by tho Chappclls Gapepike on the cast by of W E Perkins on tho south by Elm street a on the west by the lands of Jane Hue Il anan and wmoreThe obkct of this sale is to satisfy a lien debt of the plalntilf for tho sum o of 83000 with interest thereon at the rate of six per cent from 10d1903 untllJald interest payable further sum of 85 the r actionSaid T credit of six months and tho purchaser will hotrequired to execute bonds for the chase price payable to mo as Com p missioner bearing into cst from tKo t day of sale at the rate of six per coat per annum with good and approved personal security and further secured n lien retained on the land II It SAUFLrTVT MCLCC K S Alcorn Atty r Powhattan Bay Stallion 15 J 12 hand high by Di W Dare Iii dam Minnie by Rietui 2d dam PwI 0 ine by Almont Forest 3d dam Sends maremvery fait patel He Ia6no individual high acts Band site to handle m Will mate the teaton of 1910 at my farm atT moneyforfeited s hone S M OWENS fie SONaMcKinney Kr 1 1 Ii rDUNE 3rd 1911 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY PAGE THREE I I AUTOMOBILES i SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES IiI 4- F IAGENTSE M F 30 1250 Stl Haynes 2OOO I l BaKer Electric 2000 to 4000Studebaker Garford 4ooo to 6000 If interested Phone us flJ Bell 24 and we will gladly give you 8t demonstration1N f I Danville Ice Coal CoDanville Ky t s SLifHflIti1GVJlP1JiFJ Eagletitso Vol 6 A S H R King Eagle i 16 handa- b liich dark baywith flowing nine tail pet all the III with olaptdreandaction e Kinl2555heLyRoyal King Id dam Mollie MounU 3584 S I the nualsize Cabbelr Luinltlon F S Earlefdam by Red Lyon 3rd dam by Harm Denmark he b Millers 45 flh dam by Jim tifillthoroughbmfTEKina Eaale ii highstmykd stallioo w a brrttler of fine colur and they D all hating ire style and action He wed the colt thai won the 50 stake at the Stanford rai- rud the 100 stake at the Lancatlrt fur defeating there four or the get or the great Rex IM me This of King Eagle wai second in erv the 300 dale at Hutod burg with 24 entries and defeated the colt that won this take two out ol three shows Hia tolu are in demand bring the highest price King Eagle will make the ar season at the low price or 15 lo insure let a Itcolr 0 Will also stand tile peat mule jack Jim Keene alIO for mares and 20 rot jennet lo insure a ah BiUJKihblackIC All of the kbore mentioned stock will make the ejuono 1910 at our stable 2 12 mils West el Stanford on the Shelby City pile ItMa traded parted with or bred elsewhere for the insurance money become due a j or I are 1 tons ton corn an hay state the ore and and zinc Y and the the II at B o J v- ci Pence Jr will make tho Jj 1010 nt tho barn tho Into John V It j mile from ao a 81U to a colt If moat t is traded or with mon duet Pence Jr is a hay 7 years old full 10 high good style and by Pence ho by Ab dalluh Hr t dam 2d dam by Chief 3d dam Oroy 4th dam bj Cop Pence Jrs 1st dam by 2375 1072 ho by 66 Kd let dam 2d dam by a horse 3d by Messen Pence Jr by GUIs Vet w mont Pence Jrs colts are all show e tog up boar him as Mares at 12 not B for or In should OKO A t Ky T B I 1 will my Polled Angus bull nt my place on Homoriet pike when cow known to Uo from U W Ky the time ofsuch trantaction For further on or address the underiigned INO mm Vol 17 A T II U by tuer ClvorRvtowii Aihlund was fonlnl Marl Bond bay with left bind foot llrook No lIrto rword lay tbn sire of lath 11 UII rook III I Im iiy Ik Lady Brook San lid P conl2t7 Ashland 1st dam Wren by Ashland W1U 21IHI tboslreof John U nrlltry To Aslilnnd Jtt- dliknlI he by George WllfcM second damlHid Lilly by Pretender 1133 and dam Monroe tW NUrk Ashland llrook U fet low with loti of tulMlancc ham bald way of going ipeed style and great fiction JlI colttnr old and they liNt ftll onft could 1X11tC1 hearing goal colors of nod great style suit nnlih Ashland Brook sired the great unt Olll11 two yenrold Hallle Brook that sold rise VOt Ashland will inak e tbb present season at tit to insure n living colt Will the great young Jack War Trarant llufor snare and tai for jftinets War Trac U black white point IShands hliibslntl by Irtat Ktutcrn the Hoc orate tic by Imp Tax Payer that sold for VIKII hia dnm wn by the Imp Great EMI i rn WnrTraifdniiiby IltKlfortl Htnr heby Each I T ROBT ter STANFORD KENTUCKY 7 In that if they raise 20 bushels of wheat 15 barrels of to the they doing well RANCHES raise from 6 to 9 crops ofAlfalfa a year r i yield from 12 to 2 to the acre per culling which sells from Sl0 to 20 per We have ranches that yield two of vise Hla t 0 on We have fruit ranches cattle ranches chicken ranches ranches w Arizona will soon a and is coining to front very U t rapidly All kinds of property in great demand getting higher f every day Railroads arc being built gold mines pro ducing we have finest climate in the world Of G MARSH COMPANY I season of of Spoonatnore Rowland Insure living parted season peybecomes stallion hands action ho by mond Holmont he by Alexanders Pences Alrnont Forreiti Oarrard by KaRlo 1erbottom by Castolar Volunteer by Wobupa Mambrlno dam Mambrlno sdIlam nicely andthey proof of ala breeder crazed month responsible accidents escapes occur SPOUVAM00RE onoH- owlanc1 Polled Angus Bull aland thoroughbred withcaltOrpartc LOVEGh- HUuford information call Ashland Brook bred Brook highPRIIKIHBK Margaret Ibrook7ITtJennleltruoktt2h7- KlliottHtone2ly byIarknightynlpaOllrooki mlitrerord handiome with oldest they wtntplunty llrook WAR TRACE nlsontaml with the Htarllgbt DeS HARRIS WOODSi lrIKentucky FarmersI djlWtltik corn acre crops istkindsCbecome copper untold wealth promptlye SaufleytlA inae Parker Arizona Jrw Watzmann No 343 I t This splendid Gennqn Coach horso was foaled Mny 21 19031iby H Hanenkomp in Germany 1 tHe was imported by J Crouch Sons i of Lafayette Indiana H was sired by Eskimo No 1400 He is a very fine type of the best German coach horses and sold for 3000 three i years ago He will make the season nt my placeat Hustonville at 10 to in sure living colt J K BAUGHMAN I RICHMOND Over 16 hands 5yearold jack will male the talon at our farm on old Danville pike between Hedgeville and Hubble at a fee of 10 for mare mule and 8 for horse mule to inure living colt FITZPATRICK h RANKIN Hedgeville Ky TO THE FARMERS 1 111 continue to handle Fertilizers In the Jumbo and Mol llIne sections RIIII olk mold Patrons to remember me I also ask the patronage of many new customers 0O HIPPJjK London Ky MoffettMcMullen Former Local Teacher To Wed Girl Well Known Here Handsome Invitations have been re dived here to the wedding of Miss Em ma Moffett and Rev Robert J McMul len Their marriage will be celebrated in the Second Presbyterian churchat Lebanon Ky on Wednesday evening June 8 at 8 oclock The bridetobe Is a daughter of Rev A S MofTett and is a veryattractive and handsome young woman The prospective groom formerly taught in tho Graded School here and often filled tho pulpit in tho Presbyterian church here He has just completed his ministerial course in the Presbyterian Theological Seminary Louisville and Is u young minister of much talent and ability Ho and his- wife will become mUsionarias on the foreign field and in a few months will leave for China where they will be lo carted In missionary work under tho di rectlon of the Southern Presbyterian church Party At Ottenhcim A delightful party was given at the home of Misses lichen and Theresa Wientjes of Ottenhelm on the evening of the 28th in honor of u number of their young friends The table was spread for IG and thu decorations were tasteful consisting of ferns roses and orange blossoms Invitations were is sued to tho following Mr and Mrs John Wentzel Mr and Mrs Richard Wientjes Mrs Ida Kearns and little niece of London Miraes Clara Bliss of Cincinnati Katlu Rlddor Annie Znh len Annie Montog Messrs Emil Bliss Herman Dlstilly Oscar Bllsi John Zwahlen Frank Montair Joe kidder Emil Hcnzcn Joo Henzcn Walter Gan lofT Frank Wientjpg seeThe Interior Journal Stanford Ii IAGfSI QH U TIIE JItII TrI2 Iro of H M Owens A Son McKInney cy lurk lacy ntulllon 14 ImiiiU fonlnl AUIf b 1901 bred lit vlllRGIt farm JoII Aurora N Y lured by flare lv 209 bursa show winnliiK be won seven Ilmin Hhow lust dam arUW four year old resent 2113 sire of American Hollo three yenr record XI2H mil l9oth m it t30 It n son or Onward HO record liVi lira of Onwurd Hllrur 206 uiul ITS otliers iu ItUllKt Onwnifl sons Kiwi T fo Wllki 1519 Ro Dam King lt75sire of HI the Manor record XIS n ulru of UHJ In 330 lat fourth dAm Top by Rlrahmo 4fH ilro of W In UO fifth Oats Wtllnrd by Alhlon sixth Dam Ned by Edwin Forest seventh Lady Turner by Mambrlvo Chief 11 The extra lilKb class liorvc not ni well broken niuuy horse In find out of the stable TRAINS DAILY 2TO WITHOUT CHANGE C Baughman Elected Cashier of First National Bank To Fill Vacancy At a meeting of the First National Bank directors on Monday Harry C Baughman was elected cashier to sue ceed the lute John J McRoberts J Randolph Harris was elected to fill the vacancy at tho bookkeepers desKand W W Saunders was given a nice pro motion in salary as was J S HockerMr has beef with the First National for several years and is one of the best known young men and best equipped in the county for the place Ills to the responsible position of cashier filled for almost half n century and so well by the late Mr MpRobcrts will give general antis faction to this popular financial institu tions largo clientele An Experts Opinion of Skin Dis eases A prominent national expert on skin diseases whose name you are familiar with says that in all his scientific ex perience he has never found so hard a disease to conquer as eczema Yet he does not hesitate to recommend ZEMO as a most successful remedy for the treatment of Eczema itching skin dis eases dandruff pimples blackheads and all other diseases of the skin and scalp lie says that not only do its cu rative qualities make it popular but al so the fact that it is a clean liquid remedy for external use A great Im provement over the old style greasy salves and lotions which are not only unpleasant to use but do not destroy the germ life that causes the disease ZE MO draws the germs to the surface and j destroys them leaving the skin clear and healthy Can be used freely on in rants G L Penny will gladly sup ply those who call with a free sample bottle of ZEMO and a booklet which In simple language all about skin diseases and how to cure yourself at home with ZEMO I Wien YOU Vant t I Ky ARCOURT LCO0 rNCOORAT I10 MANUFACTURING ENGRAVERS Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality i I tRFIELD I plonhlpsjNntlollnllloue i t includinglOlthlnldamlotletUv Nutwood t t Wnrflpldlinn afraldofnnytblnRnblRhnctornnd President selection explains has 1 cont mud carries nice head and tnll this Is II sure trotttr ho R tulle In TheWnrlled U it truly unide grand Individuality and bred In line that entltlo him to become n sire of note seeing thnthe lea son of the great rare horse nod fatuous Progenitor I lure DovinOt the latter earned the title of the Monarch of the homo stretch while on the turf and after retirement to the stud ncijulred Imperlihnble renown as n ales Not only have the flare Dnvlli racehorses but the family has furnished many not d show ring winners as well as Dare Devil and Mnbrlno King both be- Ing champion show stallions of National Will make the season Ilt our farm one mile from MoKlliney Ky at 115 to In sure n living colt Will also stand good black Jack Brigand Young sired Drlgnollert be runs to Jtrlgnoller on both sides Ills colts sold for more money than any Jacks In Htanford lie t1 to insure HbOWK HSON MKlnnev Ky I LOW ROUNDTRIP FARES TO The West Southwest and Northwest VIA 12 Louis Harry Louisville 1da3hundling2lI rIngtlmn surefoal HOMESEEKERS 1STWITHOUT CHANGE Tickets on Salo First and Third Tuesdays In each Month Return Limit 25 Days from Date of Sale JWWrlto for Fares and Special Diverse Roulo Arranoemenlita a lt PnNN TJ A 1 I GARDNKR G P A LOUIBt7LLB1V HER WEIGHT INCREASED FROM 100 TO 140 POUNDS Wonderful Praise Accorded RemedyMmhoma writes myselfhaveways keep them In tho house in case of necessity I WIlA restored to health by thus medicine and Dr Ilartmnns invaluable advice and beaks People ask about mo from different places and are surprised that I can do all of my house work alono nnd thatt I was cured by tho doctor of chronic catarrh My husband was cured of asthma my daughter of caracho and catarrh of tho stomach and my son of catarrh of tho throat When I was sick I weighed 100 pounds now I weigh HO- I have regained my health again and I cannot thank you enough for your advice May God give you a long lIfo and bless your work Dies Suddenly In Casey T K Chelf one of the best known and most philanthropic citizens of Cas ey county died suddenly at his home west of Hustonville on Chelfs Ridge He had been in good health and after partaking of dinner walked into the yard when he fell suddenly ill and died a few minutes later He was 82 years of age prominent in Masonic circles and will be much missed in his commu nity I l J T Veach of Mercer sold to W S jackKentuckysColeman bought of Llllard Carpenter of Lawrenceburg 765 head of cattle at 625 and 7c also a bunch from Thomas Bond of AndersonI Free Sample I For Babys Ills I I Something can and must be done theIchildless in its sleep And since the basis of all health is the proper working j of the digestive organs look first to andbowelsA child should have two full and free ThllIlightnessInep But It 1s equally Important to theemergency saltsIrefuses them be evertriedbeenusingmild plcasant tasting and promptly ef asthetasteyouIt usedItsample bottle free of charge In this Laterlget It of your druggist at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle just as thousands of ofasInthatitselfIfconstipationRndfree sample of this remedy pleluedto tothefree of charge RxplMn your case In a detaILForname and address on a postal card or Otherwise For either request the doctors address Is Dr W B CaldwMIRSOOCald well building Montlcello IlL Stock For SaleI tI have for sale a bay mare Mule 7 years old and weigh 1100 pounds Round and worker Alao bay oar 6yeorsold Works any where Indies have been driving her She Is sound and Un fair saddler UltlAH DUNN Jlustonvllle GALTON 12910 Benson of IglOo 1393and t those are the only ones that were ever Imnil withI f to12Oj2f9hnsdlnlln his daughters have on la KentuckY hand11W lendlnflmllleChief and Beeloys AmorlcnnHtar deI I yearlingsfromIUto52n IIrntronlavllollkoMoney due If snare Is traded after bet dg bred Plenty of gross at tM per month saved ex prdisly mares no other stock mixed with mates have grass lots and large stables for mares to foal Grain fed at cost hone In residence lustonvtlle Exchange I ust5tonvllleKy King Eagle Jr EagleVol6AS t King 2555 he by On Time 745 he by Stone MollieMounll t Lexington F S King Eaglei lit dam Hip 3579 1 she by Eagle Bird 1014 he by Old King Eagle 750 2d dam Red Lon 3d dam Harris Den maik he by Miller Denmark 45 4th dam by Jim j DrenIthoroughbred baywith y stands full 16 34 hand highweight 1425 Ibi wayA of speed uIa DalimeDgCreeked parted with or bred elsewhere without my consent forfeits the insurance and the money be comes due at the time of such transaction Care will be taken to prevent accidents but not respon Bible should any occur Will also stand a GOOD MULE lACK SAM KEENS sued by S T Hams real Billy Keene andout of a pedigreed jennet Sam Keene is 14 12 hands hi h blackwith white points He has proved himself to be a good breeder Will stand at 8 to inure a living colt A lien retained on all colts until the season money is paid C G CALDWELL OLSON R F D4 WAYNESBURG KY Phone in residence Waynetburg Farmers Exfi Stonewall Jackson Jr This fuse black saddle stallion was sired by the great saddle breeding stallion Old Stonewall This colts dam was a Denmark mare He ua nice colt and has colts to prove his good breed ng Will stand at 8 to inure until weaning me We hold a lien on all colts until paid for imprrgnatoWe Dilly UreckliiriJUo JoMDion of 1910 at my barn at 8 to insure a colt until weaning time His get of 1909 is now on my farm to show for his good breeding He wa ure foal getter A T TRAYLOR OX SONStPLEASANT HILL Breeding Farm Stanford R D No4 T ss CARROLL PRESTON Sired by Preston 922 by Washington 54 by Cromwell 73 by Washington Denmark 64 1st dam Baby Pence sired by Enoch Arden 2nd dam Lady Pence by Almont Forest 2863 Srd dam by Garrard Chief He is a beautiful bay 15A hands high four years of age He hastmore natural action than any horse living and from his success as a show horse in his three year old form bids fair to make a greater show horse than his grand old sire being undefeated in his class as a three year old and always getting his part in the stakes against the crack show horses of 1909 This great young stallion will make the season of 1910 at the stockdyards of A T Nunnelley Stanford Ky at the reasonable figure of 25 to insure a living colt Mares kept at 250 per month and not respon sible for accident or escape Season due when mares are parted wither bred to other stock W O Walker Stanford Kentucky J JJ 1 pn nnn f PAGE FOUR THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STNF BYJUNE3 1110 TilE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872 BVBRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At 31 Per Year in Advance t SHELTON IIPublisher I Entered at the Post Office at Stanford Ky as Second Class mall IT NEVER RAINS BUT IT POURS Just ns we started to press thin afternoon later than usual on ac count of installing our machine an jmporatnt port of our pros broke it never rains but It pours but we will try to do better next time If our d readers will only have patience with us hardyTnERUs woman or child in Lincoln county but feels a sense of personal loss in the removal of Ed Walton to Atlanta He is very dear to S the people among whom he has lived and with whom he has had daily association for almost thirty years It is probable that no other man in the state Iras a wider personal acquintance than i r Jae He seemed not only to know every Btai in Lincoln and the adjoining counties but knows them well enough to 1 call each by his first nameand what was important we have foundknows from memory the date to which each 4 has paid his subscription to the INTE RIOR JOURNAL Wholesouled kindly of heart gentle 1 aaa child tender as a woman yet brave and always true he is one of natures noblemen and Stanford suffer in the losflcof such a citizen He has been our close friend from childhood and has expressionttr us launched upon our life work here which he has just relinquished W t were indeed derelict ina duty did w not thus express our high regard for him and sincere appreciation for his countless favors We know well that the personal interest we feel in th welfare of him and his is the sincere sentiment of the entire community May God speed him ever and strew his pathway with roses WE are printing this paper on Friday afternoon instead of Thursday and hero after will issue Tuesday and Friday afternoon instead of Monday and Thurs day This will give our readers later and more news and prove quite a help in many ways With our new linotype ixataehine upon which we hope to setup issue we will be able to give oar readers much more news and we believe that as soon as you get used to the change in time you will agree with DS that the new arrangement is much Ue betterFHangings too good for the fiend who murdered little Alma Kellner Its such cases as this that cause Ij mens hearts to burn within then and force them to quick vengeance not walling for the laws delays The search for the murderer Is to be made over the whole world as It Ja believed that he has tied across th ocean to his old home on the Conti net Ii Illinois Is all stirred up over th disclosures of bribery of members of the legislature which elected William LorImer of Chicago to the United i States Senate Wonder how that election would compare with the last of a United States Senator 4telection If certain members who voted agalnrt their partys nomi zee could be exposed COL WALTON stirredup the ani 9male in some quarters with his perti observations in the State Press J column of the Lexington Heraldwhich alwaysWe1 J Helms Argument Good t Stanford Congressmans Speech Be i jIno Used In Texas rArthur Krocktho lever Washing ton correspondent of the Louisville Tlaiejiln n recent issue says Representative Harvey Helm should Jnnd probably does feel the deep sense of satisfaction that comes to stolenltof the expression Is hardly applicable II for Mr Helm pealed this particular j peal several months ago and It was only set arolllng a few days ago on the Texas coast tl Mr Helm made a good speech opposing the ship subsidy He dug for his tacts and presented some original reflections that wcr or real merit Among them was an extract from an showingthatt insurgent on the ship subsidy and i defied the House organization Now comes Representative Gregg of Galveston with tho same fact and tin included it in a recent speech that the Texas newspapermen featured in their papers and which was sent out under frank to the undecided voters of that district Mr Uregg Is in danI Igerof not returning here the men being alter him Mr g lleliu feels unusually complimentedJ at the suggestion that Tidy speech of five months ago is the lifeline of the present trials for Mr Gregg i I J WORK WEAKENS THE KIDNEYS Doans Kidney Pills Have Done Great Service For People Who Work In Stanford John Wren E MAin St Stanford Ky says I know from experience that Deans Kidney Pills are all that is claimed for them Off and on for soy oral years I had severe attacks of lame back Often I did work that required stooping and at such times the back ache became much worse Thero was also a too frequent desire to void the kidneys secretions both day and night Doans Kidney Pills reliovdd me and have never failed to benefit me since then when I have taken them For sale by alt dealers Price 50 cts Foster MlburnCo Buffalo New York sole agents for United States Remember the name Doans and take no other Resolutions of Respect The directors of the First National Bank at a meeting held May 31 1910 appointed the following gentlemen as a committee to draft resolutions on the death of their esteemed fellowworker Mr John J McRoberts who for nearly 50 years was cashier of the institution Following is the report which was ac ceptedWhereas it has pleased the Ruler of the Universe to remove from earthly scenes and the society of those who loved him our efficient and faithful cashier Mr John J McRoberts and whereas we desire to express in an of ficial and personal manner our recogni tion of his ability fidelity and faithful ness as an officer of pur institution be it resolved1st our Bank has lost a con servative and judicious official our selves a faithful friend and coworker the wife and daughter a devoted hus band and father and the community a Christian gentleman and model citizen 2d We extend to his family our sym sustainedIhis memory and a just tribute to hi goodness as a man and a citizen w now record these resolutions on th directIfamilyJ S MOCKER S T HARRIS F REID E C WALTON Comtee Saved From Awful Death How an appalling calamity in his family was prevented is told by A D McDonald of Fayetteville N C R F D No 8 My slater had consumption he writes she was very thin and pale bad no appetite and seemed to grow weaker every day as all rem edies failed till Dr Kings New Dis covery was tried and so completely cured her that she has not been troub led with a cough since Its the best medicine I over saw or heard of For asthmacrouphemorrhaget has no equa 50c and SI trial bottles free Guaranteed by G L Penny Sunday Services Sunday is Roll Call day at the Bap etilt church and every member is expected to be present to answer to bis o her name when it is called Rev Jos Ballou will preach at Lo 0eeee e eeessee e t PROFESSIONAL AND- BUSINESS Z CARDS I o e esss DR T W PENNINGTON Dentist Hours 83012 A M and 1 to 430 P M office Myers House Flats Stanford Ky DR W N CRAIG I Oculist and Optician Office over H J RcRoberts store Stanford Ky J P CHANDLER j Auctioneer- I will conduct any kind of sales in Lincoln and surrounding counties If you want good prices for your land or stock see me Stanford RDNo 1 M H JOHNSONI Auctioneer- I will conduct sales in this and sur rounding counties Satisfaction guaranteed Stanford IlDNo 1 You Can Test Our Lumber any way you please It will stand it splendidly For we handle no unsound stuff You will learn that the lumber is the cheapest in the beginning as well as in the end our lumber decidedly comes up to quality called best J A ALLEN StMftnl Ky Kings Moutnaii The farmers are very late wIth their work this year on ncocunt ol incessant rains but are tailing theI tfige of tho good weather this The memorial services at the resting place of Roscoe Leach were beau tifully held by Dr Oscar Busy Dr OavlJpon participating and were ac companied by a plentiful spread for al Misses Delilah Azllla and Ruth Singleton wer the charming guests of Miss Weecle Murphy Sunday Dr U M Huey of Somerset do livered a very interesting and high ly appreciated sermon at the Pleas ant Point Baptist church Monday evening Mips Luada Uooch has returned from Franklin Ohio whero she was In business Messrs Allie Lewis and Urover West of Junction City paid this burg a short visit Sunday Mnntre Mike McCarty Is spending a short time with relatives here Buy a good one HIGGiNSeKentuckya A Great Big Load of Our Flour I Finds its way into the best homes every day It is bought by people who required the best without regard to the price Yet Baughmans flour costs no more than ordinary- r brands And when one considers how much farther it goes than common flours our brands are really the cheapest Include a sack of it in your next grocery order J H Baughman Co IA W CURD AUCTIONEER Burgin KentucKy NatlonaiSc4of ool ex perience In the bin cattle soles at the Union Yards Chicago where we told sow tboroDgh ns as IJ4e Also horse sales where males were made each day Is a and I have It with this idea Hen or rhone me before you arrange for your II can PIIWiI 2511 makesalestoyyuradvantage Harry JacobsDealer In and Manufacturer of Marblo and Granite Monu mentsMarkers and Posts Cemetery and lAwn Vases and Office and works He Kinney K- ySpring M Summer Stock nave our measure taken by A taller of ex perience Then your clothe whether low price businees snit or the lined evening clothespin have that Individuality and nt I whloh plainly Indicate they were made to I yourmeaure I will also take your mesa I are or eJtra trousers fanny vests topcoats andovrooata Hprlngand Btunroe samples on hand ready for your Inspection I n0 RUPLEY The Tailor Stanford KY MASONS MEET LJneeln Lodge No 00 P A AI will meet In stated communication on eick flrst and third Monday nights of each month at Taol oclock in their laall on maIn stan fera Ky Members of sister lodges are fraternally Invited to be present T W Pen nlngton Bee LtN TIME TABLENo H Houtb lltt r x Mo W South WI 45 A X No Sf Northfto A x xNoNotas40rx JOS S RICE Agent W TRIBBLEFurniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford Kentucky At 10 A Day Prof Ireland Is Greatly In Demand to Conduct Institutes IProto J W lrelrlnclpa of the Stanford High School Is considerably in demand to conduct teachers insti tutes this summer He I has booked four engagements already and has sev oral other under consideration As he receives 10 per day for his work It will be seen that the high price of flying wont get the best of tho popular pedagogue this summer at least Ills dates are Lincoln county at Stanford I second week in July Clay county at Manchester August 15 Mason county I at Mnyevllle Aug 29 and Gallatin county Warsaw AugM j Good instructors for institutes ere very hard to secure and those who have seen Prof Irelands work say he is one of the very best I Another Shipment of Buggies Received- at W H Higgins of the StyIts See them before you mak a purchase elsewhere A cheap bug gy is high at any price and please your wife r Stanford science studied Settees A I Bring Your Produce To Us We hive opened a produce bow oa SOB end beet sad will per ike htol nukct price for ill kinds ot cvuaiqr predate Briny in your stud MsO BASTIN V CO- ScuSod Ky BLACKSMITHING generalrvpnlrHatlnfaetlon gnaraateed shop opposite rbllllpi concrete store JAMKa DKA01CKTT Htnnford Ky ULBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalms Also Dealers in Fur Theywillill Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCK Y CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I own furnish the public with tho best ai ofallwrtatblforallklndlprices OHRIHTMAN lOURFHleD Btnnord K- yCONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds ot con Iavmeauandhouse down to a fence post We can orvoIOD promptly and guarantee nr tdass prlcelbeforoPHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky J J BELDEN For house carriage sad sign palllUn deco trImmIngorand boots made Htoporer Aldrldgel black XPboneJ JBKLDRN Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell prlratelymy stock of fireeerie and Hardware Doing a good bust lteasonIiiOEO D HOPPER Btanford Ky When Hungry GOTO Oarsons Restaurant Lancaster Street Stanford X Meals served at al I hours up to 11 40 r x Bed place lu wnjfor a good quick meal Cooking to suit our customers our specialty Splendid new line of fancy Groceries Rot Coffee Bandwicbes pies Buttermilk and sweet milk etc at all time W A CARSON Prop OOtiOOOOt wt Q Mens Wear J 11Iiio i L Lest you forget andcon itclude we are only cloth f i- a ingand shoe people we TF want to remind you i that we are the mens i t 1furnishers proper of g I We sell the G Fountain Shirt I 3 Oo t t You all know it I have 10 sold it for 15 yoars and i o w I have a satisfied list of 1 a shirt wearers we sell J a only the two grades 1 I tand 150 Thoy fit the neck they have any icjfw length sleeves long 0 skirts full body Elastic tisoamdrawers anysizeQ from a 31 to at 50c Underaillr r ashirts 25o 50o and 1 t each Union suits 1 OP and 2 each 1 t It Jftrtt U l The best suspondors on Oif the j lobe at 25 and 50c O silk ones at 1 to 250 aY the pair Sox in ovary I L size quality and color t ibu the style now is atait colors either in O 0 black tan or fancy at ih a 2550c for lisle and 1 00 p and 150 for silk tDress gloves 1 150 aand2 tho pair f0G fl H j MCROBERTSM o i Geoo OOfIOOOOi OOOG- oI mG L Pemujr R II Coffey E R Coleaai m Dr Hess Poultry Panacsa I Will make hens lay euro themm 1 I W of diccnpo and keep mgood thrifty condition aThe incrcnw in tho number payfort It is soldat Pcnnve Drug m btdrelPENNYS DRUG STORE IBtnford Kentucky f3BBB9B BBBBBBBBBEBEA Detroit VaporT- he Latest In 1 OIL STOVES t 6 1 Absolutely Wickless No Aetbeatos No Cotton Wicks The Very Thing for tJrSummer Cooking Makes life in the kitchIenendurable in hot weather t GEO H FARRIS I When You Have PrccIace7ITo Sell Call I I HoBo Northcott i Stanford Ky Thono163 t T THUIttf AN K TUDOR Manager r 4 = 1 JUNE 3 1910THEINTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KYPAGEFIVE V Oxford Bargains I 5fblack and Tan Oxfords and Slippers on tii bargain counter These goods sold at 250 tor350 they are odds and ends good styles ana of the best quality You can have your pick for 148 J CL SEVERANCE c SON Stanford 1 r nNRKDLBS Bobbins and Shuttles fo DrugStorePERSONALSi I WILL S ELTON was down from Llv i J Ings ton Thursday I toherherebetweenv y PAUL AND MARY CARMAN are thel latest to join the tnumpa colony DR W M DOORBS Is spending a fewt days In Crab Orchard visitinginMISS MAIMS WADE Is visiting rela Lives at Rowland MRS W W WADE came down from Corbin to visit her homcfolks Miss JENNIE PertLEs is visiting Lan caster friends and relatives Miss MARY HELM JOHNSON Is visit- ingf relatives at Hustonvlllo Miss ANNA D McRoDERTS is with Lancaster relatives MRS II M UALLOU and children of Lancaster were the tho guests of Itcv Joseph Ballou MIss GEORGIA LEWIS of Crab Or + nard was the guest of Miss Elizabeth- Higgins W C PRIEST a popular typewriter salesman of Lexington was hero this week Wednesdayfor paCto finish up several contracts which he baaa handldMM J B Roc BBS and little sons are visiting her paresis Mr and Mrs G W Naylor MRS J P LARUK of Louisville is with her parents Col and Mrs W II Dudderar MRS NANNIB W OWENS and grandchildren of Raleigh N C are guests of Mrs Lelia Cook Miss DORA pretty daughter of Mr and Mrs R II Hester has been very ill at her country homo Miss LENA PALMER has returned to her homo in Garrard after having taught In the Stanford Graded Scboo i tho past term Miss Farm of the Graded School faculty has returned to Indiana to spend vacation Ia GEO DEUORDE and wife have Pllandhouse they vacated On Whitley avenue reCoLty was here this week the guest of Dr and Mrs J M Owens Somerset Times MISS MYRTLE BARKER who has been attending school in Kansas City Mo will arrive Saturday to Visit Miss Mar grret Stag F U WILKINSON and wife of Lex Ington arc with his father and other relatives here lip mother and sisters Bro visiting relatives In Liberty this week MRS M J ADAMS left Tuesday fo Hustonvllle where she will mako her future home Miss Frances Adams will join her after several days visit to friends here t MRS T S WEnnJR of Knoxvillo V has been appointed a member of the Womens Board of the great Appal achlsn Exposition to bo held in Knox this summer JiE C AND MRS WALTON and son Claiborne left Thursday for Atlanta Ga to make their future homo Miss Lucy Leo Walton will remain in Kentucky a short while to visit friends and relatives The host of friends of this popular family regret exceedingly to give them up TUB recital given by Miss Higgins class in music at tho library auditorium Tuesday afternoon was well attended and thoroughly enjoyed by everyone present The case and skill with which her pupils performed clearly ItiSomerset gfewof Miss Linda Owsley of Lexington i i who is the guest of Mrs J S Owsloy Nations were played and delightful ice and cakes were served This Is the first visit Mios Owsley has made to her t old home since leaving here some years ago so her large circle of friends are cordially welcoming her back again it Powder the food at k money and MRS FRED GARNETT is a sufferer from tho mumps MR J M MCCARTY wife little son and Miss Ella Leach aro spending a few days rt Kings Mountain Mill Sara Baughman entertained a number of friends at dinner on Wednes day evening After a sumptuous re an automobile drive in Mr Baugh new car was enjoyed MRS C P HARVCLLB and her little have returned to their hbme at Robinson Utah after spending two months here with her mother UN Steele DalloyIGAIT are receiving congratulations upon the ar riyal of a pretty little ten pound daugh ter at their home She has been named Woodlo Pearl Capt Carter is the popular L Si N conductor running out of Lebanon Junction U DC Meeting The United Daughters of Confederacy met with Mrs John Foster on laetTuee InterestingIMrs Steele Halley The statue of Robert E Lee having recently been in tho lotinna1ulnrly timely clippings were The being delightful refreshments were served Wedded In Garrard Mill Doxie Dalton of Marksbury Garrard county and Clayton Marsee also of Garrard were united In mar riage by Roy Thompson at Mt lie bran Queriesr Feature of Afternoon Reception By Mrs Tate The homo of Mrs Clarence Tate was the scene of much merriment Thursday afternoon when she entertained In honor of Miss Linda Owsley Mrs Tate received informally a fortano tell q being the only one in the receiving lin After all the fortunes were told a little contest too Spinsters Queries I was Mrs G G Perry had tho most co rect answers and received the prize an Irish crochet collar and cuffs t Mra J S Owsley won the booby Refreshments were served and the lovely hostess was the recipient of many compll- ments on the success of her entertain- mente OF oma CITY or TOLEDO LUCJU OOlKTT f IS FXANX J CUincr make Mtb nut be to Motor rtII or the firm ol F J Qirntr App do In the CU7 or Toledo County and eta old end that awl nnn will per the turn ONE HUNDRED DOLLAI19 for rub and every cam ol CATARRH that cannot be rurrd by tne un ol lULL CATAIUUI bat FRANK J CHENEY preens04n j lAW GLEAEOH 1 hllUciWjdlrectlr upon tile brood and mueout turtaee ot Uw fJIUm Bend tor UMImonlaU tree OITaU Maws Family rut lor coottlpaUoB We could argue nil day but a single visit to our store will do more to convince you of the superority of our goods and the correctness of our prices than all the talking we could do Remember when you buy here you are encourging an enterprising store that delights to do things bet ter than others 1 1hotr IlesseaedirI and In InereasedI IOYAL1 Baking home and save health Several enjoyed Short Local News IF you want a pair of slippers or low cut shoes try the Country Store TaR bet quality of ice cream at wholesale pricce John Horton TilE White sewing machine in king Every machine guaranteed for five years For sale by W A Tribble I JUST what you want In a straw ha at the Country Store FOR SALE Bird pup T B Montgomery Crab Orchard I EVERYTHING In mens shirts ct the Country Store TEN pairs Homing pigeons for sole i well muted and beauties Thomas oleman 262 Second hand Dell yseparator for sale at a bargain W 0 tf LOST ICOho at Woods Crossing Reward for return B W GivensnSPRING canesecure the finest paper In the world to go under carpets marriage etc at the very lowest price at the INTERIOR JOURNAL office Also ts of nice clean papers for shelves etc AmericanlenceFarris I Buy your wifo a good sharp hoe t work the garden with at the Country Store TUG Young Ladle Circle will meet Saturday afternoon at 230 at the Chris tan church I LOST Black plume between Stan pikRewardWANTED goodsateJ C Florl ease TUB latest to join the happy auto throng Is Henry C Anderson who th week purchased Will Severances Ca iliac car The latter will buy him another and John Owsley Reid Is alsojsaid to be negotiating for a new car Pronounced by millions the greatest ne rs Mountain Tea will make you feel that lire la worth living 35 cent Tea atrFOR MISS OWSLEY Tho npartmcnts of Mrs J S U ley at the College were very attract lye on Wednesday afternoon wh enis bhe entertained in honor of her cucat Mlsa Linda Uwslcy or Lexington Na lions wet played and much interest aroused a beautiful pair of silk hose prizem was the lucky wIn nor of tho first prize with Alls Va Uurch taking second the prize being handsome inn Refreshments were served the colors being pink and white This was the second of the series nf delightful entertainments given for Miss Owoley during her pleasant visit In Stanford WEATHER HARDON BEES Says Close Observer at Preachers ville Over Half of Bee Colo nies Are DeadOther- News NotesP- RRACnERsviu g June 2 In September last we predicted that half of the colonies of honey byes would be dead by Mayday this year The prediction has been more than fulfilled and In Lincoln county alone from latest reports it appears that a goodly num ber of colonies have perished in the past month Weather conditions for the last six weeks from a beekeep equalled cate a worse honey year than last which was bad Indeed Born to the wife ot Jasper Collins a doingasMrs George B Colspn still continues n a precarious condition Mrs J H Rigsby is about well Henry Blanken snip is convalescent- S D Carpenter sold a lot of corn to Gus Geiszl of Crab Orchard at 3 J Collins sold a sow and pigs to J M Cress for EGO Rev F D Palmeter pastor of the I Methodist church here preached Sunday I and Sunday evening There was present5th Sunday in July Trixie a small terrier belonging so Miss Carrie Naylor has become very Moseston porch In March Since Mrs Naylor has had the infant In her care the terrier has shown an unmistakable affection for it and any time it cries the terrier scratches at the door and howls till it is hushed On several occasions when doors are left open Trixle is found on fMisstending school for some time has re manyfriendsthis summer and the district that se- Cures her may consider itself fortunate she Is a graduate of more than ordi ladySheThomas Durham at Whites Mill Miss Lucile Ballard has returned from a visit to relatives near Bryantsville Mr and Mrs Grover Gastineau ofI Garrard were visiting the family of NaylorI of a letter from H Seargent of Hopkinsville is which he growingomuch ahead of central Kentucky He and family are well satisfied and in quire after old friends here GREAT SHOW HERE I The U W Christy Hallroarl Show Saturday night at the Carson lot on will exhibit In Stanford tonight and Lancaster street this show curries a bunch ot performing dogs has a number of vaudeville features and U to give a first ell exhibition It shows at popular prices WorkdS Rice Returns to Duties And Ceo Harris Returns Home hiskyfour months spent in a hospital in Lou isdare pleased to know that he is almost himself again George B Harris of Lancaster who workwsturned to his home at Lancaster He very popular horn and all hope he permanenthome Fell Through Root HA T Nunnelley Close Call At Stock Yards Anderson T Nunnelley proprietor of Nunnelleys Stock Yards the biggest stock receiving and selling depot in this part of Kentucky tai a narrow Put This on Your Memorandum Friday June 10th will be REMNANT DAY at at Severances More short lengths from Elie best sellers of the season than we ever offered before r Kentucky Notes and Accounts Collected We collect notes and accounts anywhere in the United States No c kindsBankI MAYS COLLECTION AGENCY WOODSON MAY Mgr Somerset Kentucky i escape from serious injury or possibly death at the yards Tuesday when he fell through a hole In the roof and but for the fact that ho struck on a rafter and managed to catch by one hand would have fallen clear through to the floor a distance of about 25 feet Mr Nunnelley has been so presse d for space at the yards that he is hav- Ing the pens In the rear rooted over so as to bo available for use in all sorts of IIIngredients weather and he was on top of this su Iperin tending the work when he loot his balance and fell through the hole Mr Murphy who was working en the roof caught at his coat but would have been unable to have held him for Mr Nunnelley is no featherweight baa not the latter struck the rafter He bit it on his left side before catching hold and the point of impact has been very palnlulslnceIn u AYERS HAIR VIGOR Does not Color the Hair rr Hair falling out Troubled with dandruff Want more hair An elegant drcuJnc Sulphur Glycerin Quintal Sodium Chlorid ICapsicum Sete Alcohol Water Perfume We believe DoesIAYERS= JUST ARRIVED Have just received fie h supply ol J PURINA POULTRY FEEDS The Best on Earth Test them for yout self For Sale By T T T f l W E t PERKINS 4 CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY J= I MartinI I WQ have just received a beautiful line Of new summer silks in all shades I and prices also a lot of new yokings I and band trimmings Call and seeus before buying z I HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions ShoeshLSTANORD KENTUCKYJ r rr r r- j 1Sl U K THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD BT JUNE 3r 191r 3All Peavine 4092CRIPIIONand BREEDING Fourpear old i53 hands a dark chestnut soll 1widl 1135c Peaviae 1796 he by Rex McDonald 1833 I flow conformation and action sired by Rex Denmark 3rd dam b Sdrlau Lucy Wells 6404 by Peuine 85 2nd dam by Warren Harris haNU e S Rasrne mire Will save a limited number of mates at to iruure iV r DALMASibis iMlfion is dark bay 5 year old 162 with best of bone andaction with very heavy mane eeriest ImEEDING Sired by Cecilian Chit lit dam by Ultimus 2nd dam by Ci0s Vermont 3rc 11 Day Dick 4th dam Bold Stockings In oRering this stallion to the public I know he i- snileaced to lidslock bigenough to breed work and He uwell enough bred tp lid trot Zs Willttand him at very price of 10 lo insure live colt He BKS At tame time and place Will stand Jim Porter and Brig lia These jacks are too well to need advertising as I have made several teaiont with them and you all know how breed Terms 8 insure tin colt Seivice fee due with all the above stock when colt u foaled mare sold or y bred lo to Care taken lo accident but not responsible any occur R S Scudder one in McKINNEY K v PRESTONf 11aCRampiou S gaited saddle stallion of Kentucky BijMng at all tile Kentucky curs and also at the at Buffalo N Y StLouil Moj aej JkinmCty- Smdy by Washington Nq 54 Bat dam Bell by Rhodrrick No 104 second dam by Denmark PmtNI it a brown horse 15 34 hands highwith lint and very action Ki ku not only proven himU to be a great horse but alii a great breeder He it th I S Cmoll Preston owned by W O Walker of Stanford Ky for which he refuted 350C LAna when he wai only 3 yean ofage Rt ntlje grand sire of Diana of the Lea a winner at Madison Square Garden last Fall lot Kcjrmce Jones who paid 5500 for her also a grand use of Queen of the Night that sold in N yMuch 141910 for reasonablelipaof naivwUe for accident or escape of stock Season ii due if mare U traded or parted with or KnlltetatKeT dock JC BAILEY Crab Orchard Kentuckyr GEORGE HUR X very fine draft stallion weight 1600 pounds stands full 16 hands ffiift Hovras sired by Ben Hur Major 273 3135 Sire Scott 2430 aria Jeanie Beatrice Clydesdale George Hur is half English coach and SsJCClydeadale cst draft horses in state Will make season at aqr place atj10 to insure a living colt Colts can be seen at my place icy straw for themselve- sI stand two Jacks and a Shetland pony at 10 each to in uwe a living colt M S BAUGHMAN StanfordKy BlacrJoeTiui1 handsome young stallion the gnsccrty ofJ D Kads Son will De the season of 1910 at my lam in Crab Orchard Ky at very reasonable price of 15 to in affvihg colt Black Joe by the noted sire Pres taa922 1st dam Lucile 2nd dam Sstta Robinson by Robinsons Ver jHat Hambletonian is a black 15 Y hands high weighing impound two good jacks known they lo advertised traded other stock prevent should Residence hone shows style high show nuiol 850 Grand the the the aafe both in his rack and trot with plenty of style and action Just the tobreedyoubookwill go no further Will keep mares on grass at 250 per month but will not be responsible for accident or escape of stock Lien retained on colt for season until paid Sea son is due if mares are traded or parted with orbred to other stock J C BAILEY Crab Orchard Ky Red Light Red sorrel horso 4 years old lu hands high extra weight and bone Sired by famous roadster and sire Red Loaf who is too well known to all horsemen to need description and pedigree he by C F Clay 1st dam by ned Wilkes Red rll ltdam was Day Matd by Cecllun 230 sou of the Oimbetta Wilkes 2nd dam Nell by old Balsora 3rd dam NoonJay by St Elmo 4th dam Mid- nIght by Pot Jr 6ih dam Twilight by Lexington Oth dam Darkness by WagnerIn the services of this prom ising young stallion we feel safe in sayiing that with his size style form speed and action that ho Is bound to prove a great stock horse Will stand at my livery barn In Stanford at 815 to Insure a living colt money duo when colt is foaled or mare parted with Ro sure to see him before breeding your good mares G G BEAKLBY Stanford Ky DON VARR1CK Title ninRiilllccutly brew young atnlllon wIlt mnke the xvnioii of IWO nt my ituble near Hlnnford the Hhelby nt 115 to thiuro aliving colt Don Vnrrlck U 10t n beautiful chestnut short back heavy bone In Tact typo of the trotter nod perfect disposition lie U by the grvnt Onward Silver 2OOn Ulnt won the SJUO Trnniylvnnln in n tuven heat race In 1MW nnd the anme year won tho 11000 Ilonner Uroke1rpin Don Vnrrlclc li bred exactly like Hpnri lib Queen that won the Juno Trnntylrnnln In IWM ranking n record of S07 nnd wa clnu eel as one or the big four belne one or the greatest money winners on the grand cir cult In 1M- WOnward Silver U by Onward ono of tit greatest and beat song of George Onwnrdidnm wa the dum of Director tho tire of that grout family of trotter nnd racers Don Vnrrlckt 1st dom Will by Wltkes no by George Wltke II tall plate 1to The WilY 8lWi nnd half Niter to Jlnd ne Iatchon the dam of Rubber Silo Winchester Y1Wl Hilly Wilton SS nnd Miss R Jii2nddnni ltogc ire Eagle the dum of The Way and Mndte- nlatltlen Don Vnrrlckidnm produced Dr Conner that paced n public half on the Lexington track nt le months In lKFt nnd sold to NW Hublnserof New Hnven for typo she also produced Maggie tKo thnt monthsold In 111 unit sold fort 7eoVarrlck li fast gnme and always on ttw trot very rnrcly ever leaves Ids feet Inn wt ok8 Inrt Yell l trotted n gun ImlflnItrack Please note the rub Inheritance of upceU on both aides not II mltilng link for generations llrredtothli tePow and you cant colas four things every breeder look for size clUpoMtlon unit look See him before booking your innret Hnton money due when marua are parted with or bred to another hors Mures nt We reapnsibleforaccidentsnorreeennespoit- Ynrrlok n U n 210 trotter If be sad the proptr- I handling Also nt same place will stand Two Mighty JacKs Two OMKTfiS and UUSHKI Ollfton Is nblnck Jock with light rmints 4 yenta old last September IS Imruls hl gin with n matchless hem and ear well set- a on rangy neck has plenty bonenndsubstnnct and us a breeder bo Is not surpassed RUSSEL Is n hlnelc Jack with light points 4yearold last August full 155 i hands high with as much finish nnd notion as a horse and at breeder ho Is the equal of tiny jack lloth ni these Jacks lsaras et 110 to inau re a living colt Trrn 11t nillre forfeit tll n insurance Core tll bot taken to prove accIdents but will not beresponslbleshouli any occur Jenmts will be cared for nn June lit nnd bred by private contract K I1 WOOD J HWOODH BEAU NABOTH iSdb Hired by Nabotb 10118 Record Jmj lloau Nnboths first Dam Nora llaughrutsn tiy Xovnl tail record ilti by 1 Motropollhnartrhine sired by Monbrlno HtarllBht liltIII fourth dnm Mary Withers byWognerseventh dam sired by Tbarntons lUittler standinghandsandwelghingcondltlonIi Id Whan ho becomes acquainted with tbo story ot hla limited education you begin to realize that ho la truly a remarkable harness stallion that ho must be a Great hone Is proved by the wonderful progress that ho has made with very little handling he has proven to bo thn champion harness stallion of Kentucky JIll has won over the twt has produced Head of him and you wilt see that there aro no better bred stallion In Kentucky than ho U gIvhimcolt give him n trotter morebbe will get you n trotting colt Nllboth II combined with more record famlllesthnn most nny horsn In Kentucky Ororge WIIUs Electioneer Hnmlltonlon nnd four croneof thoroughbred to give him stamina Come and see this horse he lives withouta fault ba Is perfect from end to end hIli three crops of colts cannot be excelled by any horse Will stand at the Nunnelle JohnQookrcnretnkerphoue Nee 15 to insure ajllvliig coltJ 1JnURhone ta Illncn Htanford Ky Almont Dare 3228 ASHRSi- red by Dignity Dare 1982 he by Chatet KingWilliamreoittered in Vol 10 A T H R She by j 332ndUghlbytie C by Cunningham t Copperboltom 5th dam by Imported Buzzard NOTE Almont Dare car far as we are able lo discover it ihe first hone on record having to hiscredit the honor of defeating with hiown progeny those of his ire Dignity Due Since became a tire he has had from I to 4 premium colts shown each year at the different county fairs and they are developing Into a fineslot of walk trot and 5 gaitedones This it the result of a mating with the bat dams and sires obtainable andas a natural result isa fine horse beautiful about 16 hands poundsApeers going 6 distinct saddle gaits all list true and naturally extremely high A high tailed gelding600 and to Troxy Dare that hat won more DignityDarelion This horse owing to age and location Will make the season at our stable 2 2miles horn Hiulonville on Huitonville and Itbledlen onlo all tock but will not be responsible I allJinspec In Memory ofa Loving Mother Mrs Sallio Camden died May 25th 1910 at the homo of her daughter Mrs W S Rice in tho Milledgevilla section aged 63 Sho was a member of tho Baptist church having given her heart to God at an early ago Sho Is survived by her husbandand four children George Alvin Mrs W S Rice and Samuel Camden Darling mother you have left us Ono long week slnco you havo gone But no youro safe In Heaven Mingling with the happy throng How we watch to see you coming How we miss your welcome cell How we miss you darling mother One wo loved so dear so well Wombs the sunshine of your face We miss thy Kind and willing hand Thy fond and earnest cafe Our home is dark without thee We miss then everywhere Wowlll go to weep nbovo her Lying oh so white and still Where she sleeps from care and sor row- Never to know earthly ills Oh our darling how wo loved her Oh how hard to give her up But an angel came down for her And removed her from our flock Eler busy hands are folded her work on earth is done heavenlyyPast her suffering past her pain Cease to weep for tears are vain Calm tho tempest of your breast For she who suffered is at rest sulTereringeGod took her from our midst an dos mother thought He would Yes tea mother you have left us forevermore but bye and bye well meet you on th bright and beautiful shore From her loving daughter RiceofBoss I loss Trader W P Kincaid is tits boss boss trader He sold Old Scott the horv ho bought from E C Walton to VII- Arnold of Lancaster for 160 to b used In livery Tho runabout he go from Mr Walton he sold to Smitl Baughmun for 50 tho two stnndini him at only SI80 a net profit of 120 fa less than a weeks handling Mr Kincaid sold to G C Givens a 3 yearold horse for 150 Prominent Danvillian Dead i exeiDanville Elks lodge formerly paymas ter of the Iron Mountain railroad an one of the most prominent men in thi section died suddenly in Danville o heart disease at his home He was un- marrIed Wants To Help Some One titFor 30 years J F Boyer of Fertile Mo needed help and couldnt find It Thats why he wants to help some on now Suffering so long himself hi feels for all distress from backache nervousness loss of appetite lassitude and kidney disorders He shows thai Electric Bitters works wonders foi such troubles Five bottles hi writes wholly cured me and now In- well and hearty Its also positively guaranteed for Liver Trouble Dyspepsia Blood Disorders Femald Complaints and Malaria Try them 60c at Pen nys Drug Store DigOitq Dare 1982 Oonlblned Htalllon Bark 53Ji weight ISM pounds Is absolutely thInlIrIncetohImtwo of lit OWl colli nnd one won in slags tbltmonoyaUdteri nnd high priced throe nnrl II satillsdefeaterllnaIS of his got t IrdnnmolyJim Anderson Mare Hay flay the Irlce of tl II I5 Ultrainre itbytotablersnaretradedoepciretaod fornhnreefrom IttoattentlocttintnndpltlCOPEYTON LincolnMSnwveal or putted with or bred to any oilier lubyfl Jvtinctt- Peyton U line with very large bono and odtutredbybest mule jock In Lincoln county hlttblumeD S CARPENTERJID8TONTHLK KT 11 rrirrr All Hail to the Farmers and Stockmen Behold the Conquering Herds Have Come II in fine young tire Emperor dam Hidalgo lid imported willmake season at the Veaat Creek Gras Grain and Tobacco Farm 2 miles oulh of Crab Orchard oa If QupwUi He specially selected the drat Mr Isaac Ttvi Traveller Rna prior to his jack two ago the 1000acfe ranch This it in hit filth year it black in color with charaderiitk S gay trimmings a true picture an ideal jcka paragon of style symmetry and perfection has magnificent headtars neckanti body a pleasant countenance expreuing gratitude alert aqualine eye the tau the ihlsize form card beauty that vibrate in notion and harmony animated by true and fond emotions The shoulders trunk feet leg thighs muscles sinews bones and tail correspond in unique proportion and at once indicate he is picturenjue model to his Jackthp He hat the action agility and animation of a or Arabian steedand demo strain to the beholder he is the gifted ton a noble sin and halys trans mined to hit colts size form symmetry style and beauty with elegance and these attributes make them tell high All coltwf his hem mare mules except two and all have told from 6S to 125 at weaning ot soon after weaning except Iwc they are bot for tale Excelsior hallrOOi tnoroui rhythmical tenor voice and brays the hours in chronological order and in short Of 10mdre trngu Onkyl Onkyl Onkyl Isay I tayl ExceWot the Royal Donkrvl Wasairnal1 foaled In Old And lives to workand for luck- I lay Isay Im the Royal Donkeyl I tayl I say See and hear the Royal Donkey Chonit Onkyl Onkyl Onkyl Jenny Jenny Jenny my Jenny Onkyl Onkyl Onkyl y runtyeto at lJ or purchased his produce and personally know this jack aj a great breeder and that hit tutu are rated with the beat viII Meurt John Savior John Henry hush Brom F Long Morgan Chappie George I Ulmet Lute King Bowen W Gina 0 Jocobum Retnetuach and I S TerisaExcelsior will stand at 8under urns conditions ai the stallion Redalgo Ex celtior it the sue of a very fine jennet colt and is destined to be agreal jennet lack The season for jenneti will be 15 Pedalgoat The young stallion Gallon Pedalgo will itandlat the IOOOAu Ranch He is a dark bay 15 hand lujJifojr years oW hall the essential factors of a nod r el stallion Sired by Gillon 1210 dan PediC regular No 3715 the by FalIr coaeri AbdaUo MeaibrinJ theiutea colt IO 2d din Louie y C F day etc etc This stallion eomVinei the ofthe Hamblelonian Wilkes Mtnbrino Seely American Star and day and will stand at to a Moneydueescape of mares Miles pastured at 2 per If you want ityltth lroun breed lo Pedalgo BulUine the PeerlessA lorIan ideal stylesue symmetry WCtlit privilege of Lest it to keep It that it IIconditionscow and get you will bs of and that will tell themselves without chin muuc Farmrrt who breed to the but sires raise the best stock and get theIbest prices We aik the courtesy to purchase at the market price projmr these fine animals over other bllyens The King qf Lincoln A niuble and ire Thit Jersey bull was tired Vaujht No 72915 dam Roberta NX 12610 J C 8 Wiu Su Nw York N Ywill standat Three ths lot with privilege ofre turn Cows and pastured at reaionable rate This bulls progeny hive been 65 per cent Hit high grade heifers have sold 15 to SO percI head as ihort and low yearlings Every family have a Jer low as- a matter of comfort eon ny goon living Always have golden cream and butter for no other tastes like this good yellow butter u Stockmen and tobacco raw will da lo keep their eyes on iOODAee Ranch with its stork grsny abuajint water prolific liiaitoseand and muchvirgin toil picturesque forests and timber and beautiful landscapes wire fences anJ grand pius nusifroui tenant houses and tobacco barns This land produces finest quality of tobacco crop of 1933 for 16 12 cents 1909 crop told for 15 cents per pound I John B Jamie G Carpenter JraManagers R F D No Crab Orchard Kyt Some Kentucky Fair Dates lLancaster Aug 34 days days Aug 33Aug 86 days Tayloraville Aug 94 days daysyCecilian Leaf 441M Sired by Red Leal the greatest ofall lit dam Day Maid he by Gambetta Wilkes 2d dam Nell by Baliora 1024 3d dam Noon Day by Elmo 275 4th dam by Pilot Jr 12 In Cecelian Leaf the blood of C F and Red Wilkes it united with that of CamUetta Wilkes and Pilot Jnd should prove a cross which cannot be excelled Cecelian Leaf is a developed registered trotting colt four He u a rich bay with Iwo white hind feet andaster exceptionally rangy for a trotting horse especially graceful I the oak full 15 34 hand has high action and lots of style and finish which in add The Jack Excelsior lat the of 1910 Valley Stock 12 Ky the Cap pile was from Jack Herd of 6helby tale jreatt for lack of llronj neck rata of hire Kaintuck Morry blood families 10 ninth last Short Bull animal in color Iform and stand at One Dollar cashat the lot with return All farmers should raise tire Led cattle pays the bed U the the calves proud the prolific by Dr A c NJ 17th Djlt eachat heifers heifer from should good Jertey well line paiturei the told 1 July 273 21390 roadttrti Ceciliin St Clay well old Lands JLondonNicholaaville Aug 303 days Barbourville Aug 313 daya Monticello Sept 63 days Glasgow Sept 284 days State Fair Louisville Sept 12fi daystiontohisspeedmakes J him an ideal horse for neededintrot hoses and it is the walltlrot that tellt for the most money and hat the readiest tale Cecelian Leaf unmarked but can trot in 228 He will go for a record this cummer Cottaaebarnville The fee to a limited number ofap provedmatesihis season will be 15 for n livinaicolt Season fee due when mare it parted IIn offering the services of this young horse whose whose dan tire are among the oUancyhowoffer of rare merit C E TATEStanford K D 4- F1 o i 1JUNE 3rd 1910 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KYPAOESEVDJI I COMMENCEMENT AT t CRAB ORCHARD I Interesting Exercises At Graded SchoolLive News Letter From The East End CRAB OIICIIABD JUNE 2 The commencement exorcises of the graded school were successful every particular and reflect much credit on I the pupils and teachers There were some pieces which deserve special men tionThe duet by Birdie Perkins and Shel by Gover pleased tho audience required them to respond to an encore Little Arethuia McCarley recited My Dead Doll in a moat touching manner The Sunflower March by the boys in cot Y tum was carried out pcfectly Mary Ualley gave in pantomime the poem R Seven Times One ItIn a sweet and arming manner In fact we doubt If could have been improved upon one of mature years The motion song Lit tie Mothers by ten little girls was exceedingly good The duet Peter kips and Polly sung by little Sam Perkins and Nellie Corum in their child like way was very sweet Too Much of a Good Thing which was played by the older pupils impressed all with the thought that each ono possessed tal cnt The entire program was carried out in a very successful manner and ex ceedingly interesting The orchestra furnished some sweet and appropriate music Prof Wilson who has had charge of the school loft to upend his vacation with his mother at Cynthlana Miss Desile Hockcr one of his assistants received a telegram just at tho close of the exorcises calling her home on ac wont of the serious Illness of her moth er Mrs Dan Kimbrough of Cynthlana sJ Mrs George Martin of Maywood are visiting Judge Collier and family Un Collier has been has to the Crab Orchaol Sanitarium for treatment We bpe to see her restored to health In a short time Judge James P Bailey and Mra Ed Peyton came up to attend the school exerciser and were guests of Carroll Bailey and family Samuel Lackey of Harrodtburg is also their pest Miss Jean Buchanan has returned from Ixiuiivillo accompanied by Miss Belle Haldeman Col Jamce Guest and wife have re turned homo after a pleasant visit to Mrs Gill Boyle Dr James and Will Guest in Louisville Mrs Laura Moore is with her non Ward Moore after spending tho winter in Ilendcreonville N C with her daughter Mrs Charles Singleton Emma Ferris has gono to Rich irato visit relatives Cummins and wife Ml s Kittle llmati and hubert Carpenter of SilnCcrd attended the closing exercll tfthe school tiarlcs Buchanan of Louisville if vfilting relatives and friends hero Ella Thompson of Danyill- eIttddaYettusof Preachcrivllle Mary an l Margaret Pettus of Stanford hs a boon recent guests of Mrs F F C nmlnl ohn Anderson is spending the week wl h friends In Preachers vllle Miss Davis of Maywood is visiting B1elah here Mrs Milton Condor is tV C Chase representing tho South ci Consolidated Insurance Co of At- I ta Go has rented cottages at Drip p K Springs and will move his family tl ro for the summer ho prayer meeting at tho Baptist c irch Thursday evening was unusually in resting Wo were favored with so 10 lovely music by Mrs Katie S ottI at I Mr Peters The latter also sang a ilo which was very impressive We In o this may not bo tho last time they t w favorus kt tho close of the Christian Endcav o teetjng Sunday evening Prof VII Ai twho has been president of tho loci iy siiico its organization resigned J n h tp the regret of all the members T i following officers were elected forI a rm of six months Woodford PcIte it president Wallace Gover p Mdent Mrs Hannah Steger secret and treasurer II Kick Killed Mule Mire Kills Very Valuable Animal M For Assessor Pepples i st how powerfully a horse can kick w clearly demonstrated at the farm 01 ohn C Pepples tho popular county at Bsor at his farm on tho Rush B nch piko Mr Pepples had a fine m o kicked in tho side by a mare and th mule died within a couple of hours TI mare planted her ironshod hoof on tho mules ribs and it was As Mr Poppies valued theserrely 280 he feels tho loss keenly i 1 f TO OUR READERSI By special arrangement we offer you a great opportunity to read ChanteclerDMON- DDMOND ROSTANDS wonderful Chantecler is the dramatic sensation ofthc world In it Rostand proves himself to be one of the greatest dram atists of all times Chantecler is not only the greatest play of the cen turyit is the one great play of the last hundred years It is an exqui site story palpitating with human sympathy and 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Couple Married at EubanksPleasant Point News PLEASANT POINT Juno 2 Wm C Drown of this place and Miss Ethelyn Singleton of Waynes burg were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at Enbanks Sunday Rev Til ford officiating The took place at the home of Mr D Baxter cousin of the bridegroom The bride was handsomely attired in a beautiful white gown richly trimmed- In Valenciennes which was most becoming She is the accomplished daugh ter of Mrs B A Singleton The groom the son of J T Drown and a fine young man Those present were Miss es Maud and Bird Brown sisters of the groom Esther Murphy EvaGooch and Nettie Johnson of Kings Mbuntaln Messrs Wallace Sweehey Victor Gill- land Pred Reynolds Arthur Nickleb andLyman Snow- Immediately after the ceremony th bride and groom boarded the train for Dry Ridge where they will make their future home The groom holds a post tion as signal inspector on the Q C Their friends and relatives here wish them much happiness and lung lives On account of the inclement weather farming has been delayed somewhat but farmers are quito busy at the pros ent Limo Decoration day services were held a tho Baptist church from 930 to 1230 In the afternoon the congregation reo the world Arthur Stringer has a new series called The Adventures of an Insomniac It Fleet Frederick Palmer is contributing a idea in detective fiction since Sherlock Holmes is provided in the second series of stories about Luther Trant the psychological detective written by Edwin llalmer and William G Macllarg Other Short Stories are by such favorites as O Henry Gouverneur Morris Lyon and many others to ofHAMPTONS to make only sure the wedding mcssaline pros- peroUs Clip This Coupon Now Interior Journal Stanford Ky Enclosed 190 for which send the Interior I Journal for one year and Hamptons Magazine for twelve months in accordance with your special offer Good for rencwels or new subscriptions I Name Address I tired to the Waters cemetery where the decoration services were conducted by Revs Iluey and Davidson Rev Coker will till his appointment at the Bapttit church Saturday and SundayA of our people attended tho Sundayschool Union at Eubanks Sun day Several interesting speakers w represent and it was altogether an inter esting occasion Rev laggard and others attended the quarterly meeting at INrlor Grove M E Church Sunday A most excel lent sermon was preached by Rev Hunt presiding elder Newton Sweeney son of Howard Sweeney died in Cincinnati of pneu monia and the remains were brought here for burial Much sympathy is felt for the bereaved family Edmund Murphy who has been dan gerously ill iq convalescing Mrs Elias Harmon is suffering with rheumatism Mrs Wm Alford is able to be out after a brief illness Littleypre standehis residenceFrank Porter of San Francisco Cal afterspending a few pleasant Weeks at this place has returned homo His ma ny friends regret his departure Jno Dyo and pretty daughter Miss Luella have been visiting here U J Hogue JosophHO Wellthelfriend I is not doing well Three operations have been performed on her side which was so uad y She dont want Judge Bells remains brought to Kentucky until she is able to come Harrodsburg Republican j theres a Difference I If your Walls are Artistically Decorated the HOUSE becomes a HOME and HENRY BOSCH COMPANYSNovel Collettkm of WALLPAPERSvnl pense much more moderate than can be secured elsewhere A postal card will bring the Sam pie nooks to your midence where yourllelturocation to purchase JAMES A1UNDY Painter land paperhanger Stanford I MIRACULOUS ESCAPEFROM John King of Moreland Hurled Thro Air tiy Q C Train Horse Killed Buggy Smashed John King a popular yonng man of Moreland and son of lion 0 0 King had a miraculous escape from instant death or serious injury when his buggyI was struck by a freight train at the Q C railroad crossing near More land one night this week The horse he was driving was instantly killed and hia buggy smashed to splinters but in some mysterious way Mr Kings thrown upward and alighted on top ofI the engine cab Ho rolled off the cab and landed safely on the side of the roadwayMr not see the train ap preaching for on account of the chilly weather he bad hoisted the top of his buggy Ho had heard the fast ISouth bound midnight passenger go by somet time before reaching the crossing and was unaware that a freight train was following sOclose behind Just as he drove on the crossing he heard the shrill whistle of the engine as it turned the curveMr King was so shocked that he was motionless realizing as he did that the train was almost upon himBefore he could regain himself his vehicle was struck by the engine going 40 or 50 miles an hour Mr King was unhurt No bones were broken and he received no scratches but- says ho feels like every muscle in his body had been violently exercised in tho brief period of 30 seconds He says the most sensational feature of the whole affair came when he shot up over the smokestack and encountered severe neat and cinders EXCURSION 15o I CINCINNATI AND RETURN t SUNDAY I JUNE 5th I SPECIAL TRAIN I Lv Junction City 556 A M ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS Save 75 Dorsey GoJddust K 12052IFull Brother 4400byGaltlduet and on to Justin Morgan The mctArabianCarden f et Morgan ti Note is an Intensely Morgan stallion the blood now t dtmand Arich dappled bay points 16 hands high 1200 pnnaat j stallion of great beauty and adKaJwith speed and endurance and eMS celled as a producer of high tittn show road and Eastern horses lieIrecords of his produce both in ibwr and sale rings show his value eats merit as a producer of fine road Utr and sale horses A look at aircu Ii I colts will be convincing Will make the present season sft eJ Kgto I t living colt Mares kept at 10 c adey The best of attentioH given but ao responsibility for accidents or escapee F REID r Sequel No 2512 Ia Owned byJ B Sandidge HBS tonville Ky Bay stallion left bial foot white foaled Nov 17 lSf sire Prospect by Dignity Dare J Efl2L Dam Squirlie 191 by Black Sqriinel 58 2d dam Daisy Denmark JIe by Sumpter Denmark Jr 3rd Aan Fannie Wallace 56 by Sir Wallctt- Sequel is one of those full reones with two good ends anftvM rile is an extra individual in evoy respect just such a one as you seetwinning the blue ribbons ID ie f show ring is fine gaited never r touches himself anywhere and is feIvery high going on all round i has won 16 blue ties in show listfk a never defeated Come and see tel grand colt he is worth going IrIIttmake1250 to insure living colt Dock Grey i Shetland pony 3R Inclics tall woieJed by Hugh Rid Foster will the season at to insure a living act lie Is by an imported pony thaiJ1QII e81000 in the Shetland L regarded by horsemen as the twos 1 Iera1becomesBanks On Sure Thing Now Ill never be without Dr Bests- Now Life Pills again writes A tkA geck 947 Elm street Buffalo IioJcured me of chronic conatijatrIThey all all others failed Utv qualed for Blllfousness Jaundice a t digestion Headache Chills ftValjra and Debility 25c at G L em6gR- Drug Store 1ONEFULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS 1 Is loo Those who bring or mail tellingznfwherenow buy one for future use II PRINCIPALi 1 BUSINESS COLLEGEIsaoarouun Socond and Walnut Stroot i LOUISVILIEKYj1t 1rt 0 TIr PAGE EIGHT THE INTERIOR JOURNAL n STANFORD KY JUNE 3rd 1918 t Ff THF Chas Wheeler Emporium Hustonville Ky =RED BOX All holding keys Will be ready for you to open the box and take the money for you hold the keys Remember the dateJune 9th This will be our special sale day Come early to avoid the rush CHAS WHEELER WiwH H Wi Wi Wi Wi H rir H 1 1 The Winning Feature of The rM OVERLAND CARLsag sit I Is Its Simplicity tra w 0Anyone Can Learn to u Run it For it Operates j a on Only Three Gears t s cll- t ti i us For W sir St Its the Auto for all the for any or can it as a Man JustbLet us this to Wi You WI I C Pe Cecil Walter DunnAGENTS h Phone Free Demonstration Family Easily Prove Danville Ky o t N HH H o4 o4 to4 W H Hw o4 roto t4 o ntL tot toLoto 0 of HwHa n the Lincoln County national Bank or Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL S 5040000 SURPLUS 5 5000000 RESOURCES 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICENRCSCARPENTER BdbJE WiESTER ASST CASH HAYS FOSTER CLER- KDIREOTORSI W 0 Walker Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Get W CarterStanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T C Ran kin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersville Lilbura Gooch Gilberts Creek FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 1882- CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICER J S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier H CIBaughman Asst Cashr W Saunders Bookkeeper Girl Woman Run ast 1 DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman M D Elmore J M Pettus H C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson- E C Walton J S Hocker W H Murphy v The G W Christy v j RAILRORD SHOWS Will Exhibit at Stanford on Friday and Saturday Nights June 3rd and 4th Daft fail to hear the Celebrated lady concert band on your maint streets at noon opec at 7 P 1st performance begins at 8 P M show grouuds Carsons lot on Lancaster Street Dont Fail To See Madam Stickneys troupe of performing kogs at Christys show June 4rdand4th j 16 In Number 16 RURAL TELEPHONESM- R FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence nnd place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for u sum that is small compared with she benefits received Call or a Idrcs our nearest office or write direct to HeadquartersFnsiviile Tenn for information regarding our special Far mers Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we KentuckyTonnesaceIllinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL a4s TEL CO IKCOBPORATKD Heres What a Leading Lincoln Farmer Says Of the Brown Fence eeeeceeceecoe seeceeeeeceeeeeeceeeeceeeeeeeeeeeecee 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 ever seen James H Baughman serecoreecece eeeeeeeeeeeeoceceetteeeeeeceececeece a See me for further details H C CARPENTER Agt Stanford Ky At Lincoln Bank FARMERS DEPARTMENT We have for sale a McCormack bind er that has only been used to cUt 40 acres of wheat and is in fine shape A bargain Pence Bros Stanford Left my farm Thursday night May 26 a fouryearold deep bay marc Has big star in forehead and one white foot behind Is 1GJ hands high and was reo cently blistered for fistula Will pay liberally for her return to me James P Rogers Crab Orchard FOR SALE Sow and pigs J T OIngaman J M Elder purchased the farm of H M Herndon three and one nalf miles south of Danville for 16000 Dr C A Cox bought of Jack Benz ley a nice mare for 115 and from J H Baughman u horse for 105 A T Nunnelley bought of W W Warren a harness mare at a fancy fig ure but private At the public sale of J S and B M Britton near Salvisa M rcer county last week horses tbree year old brought from 140 to 163 and a driv ing mare 233 Jersey cattle brought good prices calves tlO to 10 heifers 35 ts 50 milk cows 50 to 65 Sheep brought 6 and hogs from 15 to 30 A lot of corn in the crib was bought for 380 PUBLIC SALE Havlngllold my farm I will otTer at on the premises WEDNESDAY iUNE 15th 1910 at 2 p m all of mypersonal property consisting of one brood mare 7 years old one nice 2 year old horse 5 milk cows and calves 5 yearling heifers 2 yearling steers good ones one sow and 9 pigs 1150 pound shoals 5175 pound hogs 50 barrels of corn stack of timothy hay farming implements household and kitchen furniture and other things too numerous to mention Terms cash MARY S JOHNSON I S Tevls Agt Near Mllledgaville Big Jim J N Cask and Nerin Outer will nand the good mule 15 handshigh with good weight and bone Sired b Old Gut OM of the Urged jacks Kentucky afford and it out ofone of Caldwell premium jennet Big Jim hu proven himself a fine Lien re tuned on cola till season money which it 8 to inure a living w paid Due care to prevent accidents but not leiporuible should any occur Will stud at Nerin Carter place J NCASH and NEVIN CARTER Turaenraie Ky Lightness With Strengthi- s a feature of our load harness There is not an ounce of unneces sary weight but itis made so hon estly nnd strongly thatit will stand any strain If your horse had the say he would choose one of these sets Why not act on thatassump tiontJ McCLARY Stanford Ky 200000 Feet of Lumber At The Right Prices I have 200000 feet of lumber suitable for tobacco barns and oth er building purposes at reasonable prices Call on me or write me for prices and tell me what you want and I can suit youWALKER OWENSPongo Shipping Point Mt VernonI PUBLIC SALE On Monday June lath 1910 county court day I shall as agent of tho heirs of Maria Baughman deceased offer for sale at public outcry in front of the court house door in Stanford Ky to the highest and beat bidder that house and lot situated on Water Works Street occupiedbyher death and which is bounded on the East by the old Mary Lytle property on tho West by the houno Georgia Sutton on the North by tho right of way of the L N on the South by Water Works Street Terms of sale made known at the time the property is offered for sale K S ALCORN Agent Ends Winters Trouble To many winter Is n season of trou ble The frostbitten toes and finger chapped hands and lips chilblains cold sores red and rough skins prove this But such troubles fly before Uuckleni Arnica Salve A trial convinces The greatest healer of Burns Boils Piles Cuts Sores Eczema and Sprains Only 25c at Pennys Drug Store Of Course lies From Stanford One of the sprightliest and most bus inesslike young clerks ever seen in tho town is represented in tho person of 12 yearold Joe Mack Newland of Stan ford He is a brother In Jaw of Marvin H Adams and is employed by Mahan Adams He is all ever the atnre in a few seconds and takes and fills any order like a clerk who has had years of experience Danvlllo Advocate Dogs After Sheep Again Sheep kllling dogs are busy in the West End now Mr R L Berry near Hustonville caught three dogs among his sheep this week He got as close droppeddeadran However ho succeeded in killing awayAnlarge number of his flock of CO were badly frightenAJ Fine Porcelain Bath Tubs are put in by us when we equip your bathroom with new open plumbing Our bathrooms are things of beauty when we have put in open plumbing with nickel plated pipes and fixtures besides We do it at a reasonable cost It not only means comfort but health W K WARNER Phone 188 Stanford Ky In Re Buna Vista Compton on Ap plication for Pardon v Notice it hereby given that Buna Villa Compton now serving a sentence in the Slate pe lIten tiary at Frankfort Ky under a charge of howe brUIting having been convicted in the Lincoln Circuit Cowl will on the third day of 1910 make to the governor ofthec- ommonwealth to pardon said Compton andre lease him from custody Thu day of May 1910 254 W V WILKINSON Barn Lumber For Sale 120000 feet of Boxing Sheeting and Frame Lumber for Burn Pat terns which I will sell for cash or Horsesime at once Respectfully C J SIPPLE London Ky Most llpIoDite Line in Town greybrowns nel greens and blue serges nothing but and let us you f SAI ROBINSON Next Door to rinrnlu County National Dank STANFORD KY i E EeSE ili s53 Ri- I isUPTODATE I 1t IW STYLISH Insurance Livery Iclothing Ireach of all m L L SANDERS 8 Crab Orchard Kentucky I EEEII you have to iu the STOCK LINE to Nunnelleys New Stock Yards buyMnd sell every except Sunday tiring on your stock market the State with plenty of cod andwater beat covered otitiido of Louiivillo or Lexington STANFORD KY We also do general hitch and feed business WI D1CAIiTYIrre E C WALTON VPrc L K HUGHES8 AT Stanford Real Estate Co Stanford KentucKy fI Farms and Town Property Handled on Communion Stocks and Bonds SolJ If you Have Property to Sell or Rent Notify Us Write for Circular to L R HUGHES Secretary Stanford Insures Tobacco and Tobacco tarns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone M Office W Insure with mo and bp fully protected B D CARTERNew Depot Stroet Phone 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY We Have The of Pants style Come show them to W W TIf anything sell Take lie day In the year Best in Pena Ky J C Mc aryl fSTANFORD Never Mind f your insurance policy will build you a new one As soon as our appraiser has made his reportn prompt oneyou 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 On phone is 200 f Fish Pennington Stanford Ky Phone 200I +a