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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL i VOL XXXVIISTANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 7 1910NO29ISCHOOL TAX NOT A SPECIAL FUNS HOLDS JUDGE SAUFLEY IN Drz CIDING AGAINST FORMER SHERIFF CPURT NEWS Considerable business tins hue tranracted at this tern or the Cirou court at which only equity cnsua hai Peon heard owing to tho non compli tlnn of tho now court houso JUdge ynulley Imndcd down an linportur decision In tho cnso or the Count Hoard or Kducatfon against t J lUll thtnet ot Mnrch 24 1U08 must bo collect od by the Sheriff us are tho Runcn county funds nnd that this tax Is not a spectral fund Tho court hold the shortly Is only allowed his ui tai 4 per coot rco for collecting tbll tax and not a special roo or 10 ler cent Tho judgment holds that tht County Hour el is entitled to reww or Mr 11111 tho sum ot I4USM oon miNion ho claimed for collecting in school tax Attorneys ror ilr Hililwero granted nn appeal to the of Appeals from this court judi menu Tho Crab Orchard flanking Con puny was given Judgment tor 00I against A tt Dunn but so much of tho Judgment as applied to Molll Cnmpbolt wps Nt aside for rurtko proceedings Toe long drawn nut suit to seltu the J It Napier Mtnto was final settled attar having passed through neveml rotirU Tho will of Air Nupln In set asldo and tho osUto will bo dl vided up among tho heIrs at law Tin route Is valued at several Uioutnix dollars Judge Sautlcy hating Loon interest efl In tho use boloro his oleotlon ti till bench Attorney W H llurch eras agreed on as lleClal judse to sit In tho case ot Maggie Uwsloy agnlnsi Mary A Wahace and otlitrs the twit being to settle title to Mrs Wallace property next to tho railroad on Dan vile OHmU- oTbtro was a luGo dhoroo docket al this court those granted so rar belu Ueo Leo irom Hunlo Leo Newton Jon CMS from Lucy P Jon l4i Alack pen man from llattlo 1 Penman and Hd na Humes from John Llamas Campaign For Pool WILL BE STARTED IN COUNTIE SOUTH OF RIVER The pool of tho Uurlcy Tobacco So elcty which hoe practically had no strength south of the Kentucky river will bo started In Hoylo Lincoln Oar rare and other big tobacco producing counties this season If tho orgonlzcn fir the society ore able to make any headway with their movement Charles Sullivan or Woodford one of tho leading members or tho stall or the Uurley Society was In Danville last week and will prosecute the cam jalgn nmong these counties with Dan lIIe an headquarters for several weeks Tho Advocate aays that he hold a conference with W W White tho county chairman ror Boyle and several other members of the local hoard nt tho Ollchcr House Plans tar a complete organization of thttt coun ty were discussed Aork will begin at once Every larmer will be requested to join the pool and all honorable moans will bo devoted to enlarging the organization Tno warehouse at MltchellHburg has been completed and It Is said that prospects are good for another warehouso nt Danville It is expected that Lincoln county will be Invaded not ror tho Hurley Society officials argue that unless all the tobacco producing counties Join the pool It Is but n question or time until the price or tobacco will bo so low It wont bo worth producing A PLEASANT OCCASION MI8S lIen ONeal Scott entertain ed en Wednesday evening a number or hor friends In celebration or her twentieth birthday Home itrty or six l ty guests wore present nnd It was an occasion that will not soon be forgotten The house was beautifully decorated with pink and white The table was a thing of beauty la the center was n largo cake on which burned twenty tiny candles Mies Scott received many hand some presents and was warmly con her friends OUCh bnenjoyable occasion A Friend SAYS IT IS BLACKMAIL A well known young man of tho West Und was placed under 500 bond In the county court last week on a bad charge He makes strong denial or the charge however and declares that the whole thing Is nn attempt at blackmail and that ho will prove It at the proper time It cured me or It saved the lire of my child are the you hear every day about Chamberlains Coltc Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Uemcdy This Is true tho world over where this valuable remedy has been introduced No other medicine in use for diar boon or bowel complaints has recelv ed such general secret Chamberlains Colic the success or Cholera and Diarrhoea Hemedy Is that it cures Sold by O 1 Penny 5 aaa a8ar I Methodist Meetings Ill NEXTAUNDAY The regular n6lUlly meeting ol tillI Womans Homo Mission Society 01 tho Stanford M K church South will bo hull with Mrs II C Hupley at a- oclo k Friday afternoon June 10 On Sunday afternoon June n at a oclock a mass meeting Is called to hear tho reports from the delegates tn tho annual meeting at Cynthlana and to the annual meeting at Nlcholasvll covering both the Womans Home anlt Korolcn Societies of Kentucky Car lerpnooMlM Myrtle Darker from the Seal rift Hlblo and 1 raining School will Olio bo on the program The meotln rill lo hold at the Methodist church Mrs C K Coleman Secy Colored School WILL HOLD COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES FRIDAY NIGHT There are tour graduates of the Stanford colored school this year anti clu H colors pink and while arrises will bo hold at tho opera lioun Friday night June 10 Prof Step has done a good work with tho pupil the past term and the exercises will pe very creditable to him and his UII slstants Handsome invitations hnvo boon is sited by the senior ulnas The lour graduates aro Mnud K Dlokersoi Kate L Salter Cora I Adams am ieorge tannlngton The class motto Is Onward and Upward amt tit class coors plink and whlto Affects Stanford APPELLATE COURT SAYS 6TH CLASS TOWNS CAN CLOSE UP STREETS The Court of Appeals alilrnitd the udgmimt or the liallurd circuit court sn the epee or tho CommonwonUl against the Illinois Control Railroad Company The court holds that cltiot- if the llfth class huve tho power under the general authority or the law to open and close streets and nlloyj although such power Is not speclllca- ly given in the charter 01 tltti- ilass towns Tho roll road had been indicted for obstructing n street rosstng with Its roadbed but pleaded that the city council of Wlakllffi hart granted by ordinance the right to construct the roadbed Buried Treasure DUG UP IN DIX RIVER BY BOYLE COUNTY MAN Danville Advocate Mr George Kelly the blacKjmlth who was located for a number of eirn at Hcdgcvlllo In this county but recently moved to Marksbury In Oar ard count while diving for llsli in MX river near Kings Mill Wednesday ftornx n encountered n small box whIch he brought to tho surface It had been made of plank an Inch thick and evidently had been exposed far many years as It was almost rotten and canto to pieces with little cf rort One end of the box was entirely gone Mr Kelley carried the box to the river bank and to his great sur mse there were round intone corner throo 5 gold pieces dollar Gold coins a total of flS Tho water where the box was founds 15 feet deep Mr Kelley dived sov oral times to the bottom of the river lit the point wnero the box was round to see If more gold could not be local cd It Is reasonably certain that the box was originally tilled with coin as It was hand made and had boon made gory strong lee tho purpose ot holding money Those who saw tho box say hat it was washed into tho river ocd torn some nearby brooklet and that It was burled in the perilous days of the civil war when residents were rrald either to keep money In banks Ir In their homes The coins were iiado before the civil war a fact which further indicates that the box was burled during the guerilla days of 40enrs ago HIGH HONOR FOR DR ELKIN Friends here are much Interested In he news that Dr Archie 11 Elkln lion of Col null Mrs M F 11 kin formerly of Stanford has been ap Dinted Interne physician at the Nor raglan Deaconess Homo Hospital In rooklyn Dr Elkln recently graduated from tho medical college In Atlanta with hlsh honors Ho Is very apular hero and all will be pleased to know of his success IKE SHELBY CAPTURESBUNCH FOXES Ike Shelby or tho Shelby City olghborhood cncounterd n drove or axes on his farm the other after noon Tier were two old foxes and live young ones Mr Shelby who hI- on export in coralllng varmints ran tho foxes Into their den and hung a lantern at tho entrance The var tints am said to bo so afraid 0- tight that they will stay In their holes until they starve to death rather than pass ft lamp to liberty The next Mr Shelby invited Mr W P Ulvons and many others of his clghbors and put a force of hands to out tho foxes After a short Ume tlleywere encountered and Jump ed out in every direction Mr Shelby killed the two old ones himself and I tbo dogs ran down tho young ones GRAB ORCHARD HOTEL BURNED DOW DEFECTIVE FLUE CAUSES DISA TROJS BLAZE AT LOGAN HO TELOTHER NEWS Crab Orchard June 7 The Logan Hotel located near tIIn depot hero was almost totally do fttroyed by limo yesterday the hint ylittletho hotel was practically a total loss It is understood that It was welt In mired with Fish Pennington of Stanford The hotel had recently bee refUted and refurnished and was do- Ing a nice business The tire department boys turner nut won in an effort to save the build lug hut nothing could be done The lecture on the White 1lague by Pr 1 O Carpenter or SUnlord was will attended Sunday afternoon st was Interesting nnd very Instructive It might be well for us oil to follow tho advise ho gaVe Dr W M Doorcs of Stanford 1m boon tho guest of Mr and Mrs J P Holdnm An offer hus tieon made by thro generous brothers not citizens of our town however but feline much interest In Itto the ladles or the ChrIs tutu Aid Society that ir they will raise as much money as they possibly can In order to purchase a carpet fo their church they wll donate ai equal nmont This has greatly en Ihas d the ladies and thou Intend put tljig forth every effort to carptt their nhnrch as soon as possible Mr Logan carried 2200 insurance In the Glenns Falls and Hanover rOIl resented by Fish i Iennlngton or Stanford Let Fish Ai 1onnlngtoi call before the lire department Protect your property by Insuring with Jesse U Wooron the Insurauc Mat Hurt In Runaway MRS EMMETT TRAYLOR HURLED FROM BUGGY AND INJURED A horse hitched to a buggy on Logan avenue became frightened at a traIn nnd ran away It dashed down osan nnd then east on Main Mrs Cmmott Tmylor and her two Ill tie rhldron wore driving home whoa the runaway smashed full Into their vehicle This started Mrs Traylori horse to running nnd she was thrown out and badly shaken up but tno chit Bran wero not hurt The runaway hugs y was smashed to splinters It ould not be learned to whom It be ringed Fitfth Birthday CELEBRATED BY YOUNG MISS TRIBBLE WITH PARTY Llttlo Dorothy Trlbble made a harming little hostess on Saturday afternoon when about forty of her little playmates gathered at her home to celebrate her filth birthday Arrangements had been made to enter alu v n the lawn but the showery alt rnoon compelled the little ones today their games in the house Every came that could be thought of was played and when the time came to- go home not one was ready to leave It was qulto a pretty sight to see them nil seated around the birthday flhle which was pretty with lighted nndles and wreathes of Rowers eat ng the dainty Ices cakes and can lies that were served Tin little hostess was beautifully remembered with presents of every Icscrlptlon upon this Joyous occasion A GOOD SHOW The O W Christy show played 10- K good crowd Monday night The show Is not a three ringed affair butt has sonic very good features and seemed to please every one who saw IL The work of the Misses rmstrong nn the flythg trapeze was especially ood being a high class vaudeville stunt Tho performing dogs made a- hit Tho show exhibits here again to night NEW OPENS Th new Peoples State Hank at ravel Switch opened tor business on- last Saturday Dinner was served on- tlie ground and several speeches were made Citizens or the community npoulted about 10000 as a starter John L Isaacs Is cashier James llax- jr president J Q Musaen and Mat tbow Isaacs vice presldntes BIG CATTLE SALE Jere S Caldwell Jr sold to Monte tox or this city loy head Of export attle ror July delivery the average prlco being 1725 per hundred The unch will average at delivery some 1400 pounds and represents one of- the largest deals made In lioyle county In several months At the sale of Capt JH Wilson In Boyle three cows and 15 shoats rought i40 six mule colts 477 and II aged mules averaged 140 a head orses averaged 110 Farming Imple tents sold well The Lincoln County Hoard or lidu cation will receive bids on June 1U for the erection or a school building ourd reserves the right to reject rny- or all bids Hoard meeting June 1J in opt n Singletons ollice 2i 2 Chamberlains Cough Remedy 10- sold on a guarantee th tlr you are not tlatteb after using two thlrbs or a- bottlo according to directions your money will be refunded it Is up to ou to try Sold by O L Penny OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS ELECTS AT STOCKHOLDERS PROSPECT BRIGHT An enthusiastic meeting of thd stockholders of Stanfords new bank the State Hank and Trust Compan bulllJlngMOlldRdirectors lor the first year were chaR en It was decided to begin business alout the Sid of September Various committees wore appointed to at range details for the new institution opening such as building fUrniture etc This was the first meeting or the stockholders and everyone preset seemed greatly encouragel over tilt prospects for tho now institution and appreciative or the hearty reception It Is meeting with on all sides The olllcers chosen are among thl best known citizens or this and ad- Joining counties while the dlrectorat Is regarded as a particularly stron one being composed of conservatlv and substantial business and proroi ilonal men and fanners- A call was Issued for ten per cent of the amount or stock subscriber mel Prof J W Ireland was nppolnte pro tom treasurer for the payment 01 this amount The complete list of oiQcers and dl rectors elected by tile BtOckholderB Is asfoliosProsldentW L McCarty Vice Presidents O L Penny J S Wee J DKads- Cashltr J W Hutchison Attorney Oeorgo D Florence Dire torsDr Proctor W P Kin cold H K Sautl y M H Ueazloy II IV Anderson M C Saulloy U E Thompson B P Martin George V Hale 1 T Roberts Dr M M Phillips- J D tads Dan Traylor W F Wat kins O L Penny K C Uarman J H Jackson T D Hammonds J U Bryan O C fJooch K U Uockly Wm IJock O W Kogcr M F Lawrencw V O Faulkner H L Collier K S SttUdiiRky Dr G a Perry J W Hutchison W L McUarty W H Dud lerar W P Logan L II Hughes G D Florence J S Hlce W S Uenham U n Carter W S Fish M A John son J W Ireland W W Fields Negotiations are on for the lease of tho vacant storeroom In the Odd fellows building which many behave 11 splendid location for the new bank v Girl Crap Shooter AMONG LAST FINED FOR PLAY ING IN DEEP WELL WOODS 1 GAME 1 ft The lst cqho of the celebrated Sun fay crap game in the Deep Well woods near Crab Orchard was heard hlIe last week when four more crap hootera who had a hand in the game were hated belore County Judge Hall e and fined 20 and costs each upon heir confession or guilt What was rather unusual was that one or the uartet was a good looking girl but as all have promised to be good In tl10 future the officers have withheld heir names for this time The girl In the case however Is laId to tiara been passing when the tame was in progress and was ludac cd to stop and try her luck Just for run She is said to have won and nand the sport so exciting she kept in shooting dem bones and hap toned In this way to be on hand when the game broke up in the shooting ar ray between the two negores To Improve Opera House IEW OWNERS WILL PUT PLAY HOUSE IN FINE SHAPE The nw management of the Opera teuvo Is preparing to mafto some eedud Improvements The walls will bo frescoed extensive varnishing and painting will be done and the hairs numbered and overhauled gen rally A number or splendid attrac lions will be booked for the early fall pera season and everything possibe Wfl be done to make the playhoimo UrnctUn to its patrons DAM WASHED AWAY DawAons Dam a noted fishing point on Hanging Fork has been ushed away by recent rains says the Danvllln Advocate Mr Lyons who owns tho mill at that place will ton put In a concrete dam NO FAKE SAYS JEFF Jeffries has authorized the announcement that ho will give hl8- IIhnro of the big prize light purse to charily whether he wins or loses if lyono can prove the charge attribute to Gov llltett to the effect that tho coming championship tight la a ame lip with the white nun selected to win Jeffries says that he will tight tl win on the square- POISONING SUSPECTED Mrs Lillian Moore aged 20 wife of Thomas Moore of lilt Sterling died under peculiar circumstances Indications point it Is said to poison Ing She was tho daughter or Dink urphy and Is survived by her hus hnnll and a child If you are not satisfiedafter usluj cording to directions two thtrdb ot a bottle or Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets you can have your money back rho tablets cleanse and vlgorato the stomach improve the gcstlon regulate the bowels Give tllOm a trial and set well Hold by 0 I Penny Womans Club I TO MONTHLYMEETING Tho Stanford Improvement Club will hold its regular monthly meet ing at the Methodist church Wednc day afternoon at 230 oclock June 8th We cordially Invite the women of Stanford and community to become members A report of the meet- Ing at Frankfort will bo given by the President Mrs J J Dickey Iucll Important business will be before the club nnd we trust that every memo her will he present Mrs P M Mclloberts Secy Narrow Escape FOR DANVILLE CARPENTER WHO WAS STRUCK BY TRAIN T H Wilbam a contracting carpenter of Danville had a narrow es capo front death Monday night while returning home after n visit to rein lives In Anderson county As ho start ed across the Sountborn tracks at Sal visa his horse started up the rallroa In the darkness Instead or keeping to tho pike On account or the darlcnes Wlham did not notice the horses course until the dazzling headlight or the late passenger trail warned him or hla predicament Ho attempted to drive his horse out of tho way or the oncoming train when he discovers that he was at the end or the long 50root trestle on the road In that vl clnlty Uefore he could get out of his buggy the train struck hint and be horse and buggy were thrown head long into the shallow creek below Mr Wllham was badly shaken up am hU horse was bady hurt but the bugg was smashed to kindling Wllban says that ho was drowsy nnd on ac count of the darkness did not realize where his horse was taking him Home Talent Play TO BE GIVEN AT CRAB ORCHARD FOR CHRISTIAN CHURCH The young people of the Crab Orchard Christian church will give a lime talent play for tho benefit ol the church on Thursday June ilth The play is entitled The Face at the Window and is a tragedy and quIte lennatlonat It will be given at tin Uaptlst church Admission 15 and 2i cents The cast ol characters is ai follows Reginald Spoffora one ot New Yor- ks404Reuben Uronaugh Jr Chester La Orange alias Second Story bill Vor unsavory reputation Dr H H SuMiei- Vose Johnson who refuses to work Thomas Moore Henry Swartwood a detective Wallace Cover Vera Stanley wronged but forgiving Marguerite Cultor Mrs Spofford Mother or Reginald Anna Uronaagli Lillian Stanhope her niece OpliKilu iJiclrf Dinah a domestic Mrs Wallace Cover MUST HAVE THE i J Writing for the Interior Journal to he sent to him at Greenville Tenn J- H Young a former Lincoln boy lays There are a bunch of us Kentucky boys four in number down here- In the sunny land of the South So rout see we are quite anxious to hoar omo news rrom dear old Kentucky ho fairest state in the union We Kentuckians are treated with the profoundest respect ty these courtly Jouthorners We are enjoying our iclven down here Wo will be Impa lently waiting for your paper since knowing the news it always contains os I have subscribed for it during my olleps days A FINE rECORD Miss Lettie Walker McKinney node a very tine record at tho term of school Just closed She was not hscnt a day never tardy and was on he honor roll each month except one ud that time only lacked a fraction or reaching tho required mark which laces pupils en the honor roll Tho oung lady Is the Jlttle daughter of lIrs Hessle Held McKinney Stomach distress goes in five minutes G L Penny guarantees Mlona to cure indigestion or any stomach rouble or money back 5Oc RICHMOND RAISES LICENSE The City Council of Richmond has raised the soft drink and pool room cense rrom 150 to 500 U Is also made aii offense punishable by heavy fine to allow minors In them DIES IN FAR WEST Mrs Carla Henderson formerly of- Mt Vernon died In Tucson Arizona Sho was a daughter of M W A U avis She Is survived by her bus bnnd C U Henderson and two small children The remains were brought bacK to Kentucky for burial Chamberlains Stomach and Liver abiets will brace up tho nerves ban- Iso sick headiche prevent despondency and invigorate the whole system old by U L Penny At Somerset John Kammer was given 15 years in the penitentiary for killing William Phelps two years ago A GAME ROOSTERA MOTHER ABIRDUAL QUALITIESt Nature fakers have reported sever al unusual things in the animal world recently but Uncle Dink Farmer Lincoln countys popular Jailer be lieves he has a game rooster which would take a blue in this class Thus rooster has taken a great fancy to a brood of 7 young chickens which Uncle Dink Is raising In the Jail yard and works for them Just as bard as does their own mother He clucks to them Just as If ho were a broody hen and at night of mounting a roost with the rest oftithe fowls tho game cock goes into the coop with the little fellows and their mother and hovers them ex actly as tho hen does j Uncle Dink has several Belgian hares In the yard with the chickens I and occasionally a big buck gets alter the young chickens to see them 7 run The rooster rushes to their de Tense and he and the buck rabbit have it They go at it hammer andutongs and spectators have been enter tamed half an hour at a time watch ing the strange combat- Notwithstanding the tact that the game cock seems to hats nil the In i sancta of a mother ho has lost none p of his pugnacious qualities for which VtJncle Dlnks strain ot armersI- Ushts are so Justly noted tVhenIshown another rooster he will rise In the air and actually Ity at his antag onist so eager Is he to get at him Down In Casey county near Phil I a hen belonging to J 14 Carson has taken possession of a brood of kit tOlls and a report from Hopklnsvllle says that Mrs Luther Hubbard has a + big turkey gobbler which is sitting oil till regulation number or hen eggs and Is expected to bring off a SIne brood of chickens on schedule time The old gobbler found two turkey eggs and insisted on sitting on them 1 and all efforts to break him up railed Mrs Hubbard then decided to turn his Inclination to account so she suppled him with the hens eggs and the gob bier is now said to be doing his duty by them Short Local News i Iry Velva syrup You get It at Farris I LostHunch of keys A P Brackettv tl Lo bull dog Howard J U 1 Valley IF you want a pair of slippers or low cut shoes try the Country Store Lost Crescent piplth cluster ot baroque pearls Return to this ottlcev- Hooms ror rent APPdy Mrs LU rook JUST what you want in a straw hat at the Country Store IJFOR SALEBird T BiriMont omery Crab Orchardr r I EVEKYTHING in mens shirts ct the I Country Store II Cures dizzy spells tlred feelings stomach and liver troubles keeps you well all summer Thats what Hoitls ers Rocky Mountain Tea will do Try it and you will always buy St 35 l rents Tea or Tablets Sbugars and x Tanner Stanford SPRING cleaners can secure thb finest paper in the world to go under carpets Battings etc at the very lowest pricetat the INTERIOR JOURNAL office Also lots of nice clean papers for shelves etc BUY wife a good sharp hoe to York the garden with at the Country Store j t Full line of Decrlug machinery J L ileazley S Co Ld TBiack plume between StanGord and Danville on Shelby City pikeeReward for return to this office WANTED goodsafeJ C Florence Large complete line of rockers W A Trlbble I am now tho agent for the Dan vUle Steam Laundry and will be mpclled lit the future to collect as indies are delivered J T Wilkerson The antltuberculosia in the- West lend will bo held nt Hustonvlleunext Sunday afternoon Dr J U Car Ilenter of this city will be one of tbo Inclpal speakers I GALLAN6 Prince Galiano the Hindu wonder will present his exhibition at the op- erB house this evening ills Hindu ysterlcs consist or mind reading s Mrltuallsm and hypnotism Ho will present his celebrated blindfold strive finding hidden afternoon at five oclock artlclelltblsIIn fron or tho opera J T A iJ fl I 1AGE TWO THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KYII TilE INTERIOR JOURNAL li Established 1872 t EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At it Pet Year In Advance i SHELTON SAUFLEYPubllahtr- h Entered at the Post Office at Stat 11 lord Ky as Second Class malla TUB Winchester Sun Sentinel makes f some telling points in the following ed itorial i Kentucky could learn some valuableK i lessons from the newer rado for Instance There is but one f tax collector for each county He collects j all the taxes on the property as j sessed and distributes the money to thefrespective departments For this t f gets one per cent of the amount col- lectedt We pay six or seven times as for collecting taxes in Kentucky Wfmuchtraveling through Colorado last we were impressed by the j troads Upon inquiry we were Informr I ed that convicts made the roads We saw them at work on the roads but did not know that they were convicts they wore no stripes and there were no guards If they leave they are recaptured and returned to prison wallsCI The work on the outside is so much more agreeable that we were informed by the officials that it was rare that escape was attempted How would it do to elect practical men for the next Legislature to succeed the politicians We lucky to be able to Issue a paper under last Fridays date Asc we stated briefly In that Issue an 1m s portant part of our press broke just as we were getting ready to go to press It was q very delicate part and required much labor and pains to re but Mr James Greer proved just the man for the job Aided by his capable colored assistant clever Jobn Sneed he worked until the wee sma hours of Saturday morning before he finally got It adjusted and the press to running Faithful helpers then enabled us to get enough papers out to catch what early morning malls we could Many were missed but we hope such an aggravating accident vlll not occur agaIn soon and pray the In dilIgence of our readers for this time WHITEWASHING FOR BALUNGER It Is believed that the Balllnger Plnchot committee will submit three rcrorts to Congress ihe majority report will of course exonerate the Sec rotary of the Interior She principal minority report will be signed by Senators Purcell and Fletcher and Representatives James and Graham Keproseutatlye Madlosn of Kansas Um Insurgent House republican mcnibar of the committee Is expect ed to tile nn Individual report against Mr Balllnger Heavy Hail DOES CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE IN t SOUTHERN SECTION The southern part of Lincoln coun ty and Casey were visited by a terrllic hall storm last week which did much drmage to crops red Knrla of Ot tenhctm says that a number of farmers In his sectloen had their wheat bpaten down and their loss will be consdiarble Judge Boyle O Stone was caught out In the hall storm in Casey H a says that enough hall remained o the ground at points where drift- were made to be raked up two days after In sufficient quantities to be used In making ice cream In company with his brother Hon George E Stone of Danville Judge Stone was en route from Moreland to Liberty and was caught out In the worst part of the storm The hai- carne down In small chunks of lc as large as ones thumb and so fast that It wad Impossible to see a Lola C co barn thirty feet away The hall was accompanied by a terrific wind and leaves wero chopped from the trees until tile vegetation was HO bare after the storm was over that It look ed like winter time A now building in LJbery was blown down and theI largest bridge In town was washed h out by the high waters resulting from the melted hall Some days later a hall storm almost as severe visited Russell AdaIr and Vfjiyne counties The storm cut a swath about tour miles wide The hall was followed by a cold spell which reached Stanford Many farmers reported frost several nights follow tag and some damage was done to spring vegetables Ot ten helm I Mrs Alfred Kocher of Louisville Is here visiting her parents Miss Edna Jones the charming daughter of Mr and Mrs Jones of London will spend some time with her aunt Mrs Ida Kearns Mrs Sue Russell has some what improved since her recent ill nessMrs Ida Kearns and Rev Father Leo entertained a few friends Sunday evening in honor of Miss Annie Kids ner of Danville Frank Weintze ac companied one of the young ladles to her home and after leaving he had to cross Buck cteek The night being very dark he made a misstep off the bridge and plunged backwarcs into thea water He emerged drenched but py and went on home slnginjrSl The weather has been so cold in this section that farmers are plowing corn with their coats on Samuel Zwahlen is building a new tobacco barn Mr John Irvin and Miss Barbara up Ensslin formerly of this place will be Jmarried in Louisville tomorrow Narrow Escape For Mercer County Girl When Horse Ran Away Miss Alma Cunningham aged 19 of Salvias Mercer county was fatally injured this week by being thrown from buggy by a runaway horse and drag ged a distance of 100 yards Miss Cue ningham who is the daughter of H Cunningham a prominent farmer had to church at Salvisa with Walter ennedy After church young Kennedy brought the vehicle around to take Miss Cunningham home He assisted her into the buggy and as he started to w the horse sprang away jerking the lines from his grasp and dashing down the road A large crowd from the church who had seen the occurrence followed hur edly and a mile away found Miss Cunningham unconcious under the wreckage of the buggy She bad been thrown out and dragged fully 100 yards She remains unconcious and cannot re over Skin Diseases Readily Cured By a Simple Home Remedy If you are suffering from any form ol skin or scalp disease would you like U get prompt relief and be permanent by a clean liquid preparation foi external east Mr G L Penny thE druggist has this remedy in stock and wants his customers to know that it it recommended for Eczema Blackheads Pimples Dandruff Tetter and othe diseases of the skin and scalp Zem has made some remarkable cures an with each purchase of Zemo Mr Penn will give you a booklet on skin disease and you can diagnose your own cas and be cured in your own home any inconvenience or loss of time fro business by this clean simple prepay lion IF YOU WANT TO PLEASE THE WIFE secure a fire insurance policy your home and furniture Then shell quit worrying about what you and she would do if anything should happen For she does worry an will continue to as long as your things remain uninsured Have issue you a policy today and ye will please her mightily Penningtong Stanford Ky Phone 2OO eeeeeee eeeeeseS eeiiueee PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS oeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaseeee S 1DR T W PENNINGTON Dentist Hours 83012 A M and 1 to 430 P M office Myers House Flats Stanford Ky I DR W N CRAIG Oculist and Optician Office over H J RcRoberts store Stanford Ky JP CHANDLER Auctioneer I will conduct any kind of sales i Lincoln and surrounding counties If you want good prices for your land or stock see me Stanford RDNo 1 M H JOHNSON Auctioneer- I will conduct sales in ibid and surrounding counties Satisfaction guar anteed Stanford RDNoI You Can Test Our Lumber way you please It will stand i For we handle no unsound stuff You will learn that the best lumber is the cheapest in the 1 beginning as well as in the end And our lumber decidedly comes to quality called best A ALlEN Stanford Ky I AUTOMOBILESSUPPLIES AGENTS FO- RFlanders 20 75O E M F 30 1250 Haynes 2000 4000Studebaker6000 If interested Phone Bell demonstration 24 and we will gladlygive usI 1 Danville Ice Coal Co eI kind of Try as a of 0our grocery service Chase Sanborn at the of the list Very Respt Y S etltttrie ntw HIGG1NSI IStanford OnDONT RUN ENTIRELY OUT of Uaoghmane Fancy Patent No 1 Hour Order a new sack when the old one Is nearly gone Then there ldwill be no InterrupUop of the line that IJauglimans Fancy Pat out No 1 lour helps you to do yetiUThen you once All the best bakers in the city are using it right along J HBaughman Co AW CURD AUCTIONEER Burin I nm a graduate Jones National School or Auctioneers Chicago And have had ex perience in tbn big cattle sales at the Union mock Yards Chicago where we sold some thoroughbreds as high us 11600 Also In horse where dO sales were made each day Auctlon rlng Is a science and I have studied It with this idea Nee or phone me before you arrange for your mate sales to your ud anta Ke Piloivere It Harry JacobsDealer in and Manufacturer or Marble and Cronlto Markers and Post and Lawn- n Vases and Settee OMce and works Me KlnneyKy Spring Summer ffave your measure taken by a tailor ofex Then your clothei whet hern low price easiness suit or the onset evening clothes will have that and nt which plainly Indicate they were made to yoarmcasure I will also take your meas are for extra trousers fancy vests top coati and overcoats 8prlng and Summer samples on band ready for your HOnUPLEYTbeTallor Stanford Ky MASONS pLincoln Lodge No CO FtA M wilt meet in stated on each first and third Monday nights or each month at 130 oclock In their hall on main streeet Htnn ford Ky Members of sister lodges are fra ternally Invited to be present T W Pen Sec N TABLENo II i ouch ItiM p X xNoUNorth0A xtJOS S RICE Agent Ill A TR1BBLE Day 28 Night 133 Danville Ky I Explain The Dif ference Between The Various Blends Of CoffceTeaetaIf But people who come here for their groceries have come to rely on us we say an article is all right We dont handle the nearpure groceries our Coffee sample Coffees stand head H J baking KentucKy sales Monu- mentsCemetery Stock perlence IndIviduality Inspection MEET communication nlngton LS TIME NoUZ40rx Phone Phone Stanford KentucKy Well regularly when UsIIWe hue opened a produce house on Som met shed aIId will pay the highest market price lor all Linda of country produce Bring us your stuff MtO BASTIN CO- SIaDlord Ky BLACKSMITHING 1 Ren1repaIrSatisfaction guaranteed shop oppositePhillips concrete store JAMIS URAlKETr 8Unfnl Ky J L Beozley Co I Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur TheywillIll Kinds of Stock Give Thom a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCK Y CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I ofallnotice Also make a specialty of wreathefor for funeral purposes epricesCHIUBTMANOnKKN HOUHEH Jon UUJlJlAJII bleu Htanford K- yCONCRETING concretingfronthousertclullworkbefore you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky J J BELDEN For house carriAge and sign painting deco curtainsand KJhoneJ JI1KMKN Stock of Merchandise for Sale UroerlelIwalonIIOFo D naPPER stanford Ky When Hungry GOTO arsons Restaurant Lancaster Street KMeals to 1130 p x Best place lu wnjfor a good quick meal aoklng to suit our customers our specialty Splendid new line or fancy Groceries lot Coffee Sandwiches pies flutter milk and sweet milk etc nt all times we A CARSON Prop r rs v +MLi vd a i Shoes For The Laborer ilG 0i Q I G c+ I 1 The one person who needs and 1 40 fmust have the best is the mangy laborscomfortable feet g t and as dry as possible Our line 1m Ythebelieve the soles are a little bet s ter than most manufacturers put g into their Work Shoes The up er per stock is both soft and strong and remains so under hard ser wt vice A shoe that seldom if ever isTIpS at seam or sole both we re o pair at our expense any time i g Most work shoes are made over stubby ugly lasts but not so with t a the Menzies They are made + igover genteel lasts plain and cap 5 toe tan and black heavy or light s I- g P sole at 3 to 350t10H J McROBERTSt 1 G L Penny R H Coffey E R Coleman Dr Hess Poultry Pnacea WiH make hen lay euro them of disease and keep them in good thrifty condition The incresFO in the number PSyfarDrugStore PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Detroit VaporT- he Latest In DILSTOVESo- a 4 1 t I Absolutely Wickless No As 4 4bcstosNoCottonWicks The Very Thing for Summer Cookjng Makes life in the kitch en endurable in hot I weather I QEO H FARRIS When You Have rPrcH Be Northcott I Stanford Kjr Thonei53 t i THURMAN K TUDOR Manager il 1yArdfa yygp IPAGE THftEETHEINTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KYPAGEIVrt IfOxfordBargains I 50 pair black and Tan Oxfords and Slippers on tiief bargain counter These goods sold at 250 to 350 they are odds and ends good styles yourpickI == H n I 1 NKEDLES Bobbins and Shuttles fo f ellowing machines at Pennys Drug Store I1 PERSONALS Mr and Mrs Joseph Cocky aro tbo 4 k gucRtH of friends at London tbls week Thurnmn K Tudor Is attending Commencement at Uerea Kendrick 8 Alcorn made a business rtj to the mountains this week MRS JNO D HORTON is quite III with malaria MRS CHAB HENRY died of consump tion Sunday near Milledgeville and was burled there on Monday afternoon Mlcvos Margaret nnd Kllzubctb Kox flf Danville ate guests of Mlus Klito ilausbiaan taiP Klncald bought n handsome 1 tryenr old gelding from A T Nun nolloy tor 1220 Mill KranciB Adams Is quite n at bur iipartmonta on Main Rtreot- MrH Joseph Uallou is quite III at her homo In the country AII18 Virginia Bourne Is spending BOvonU days In Louisville the guest Ct friends Mrs Uoorso lurk and children of Uwtiitjtioro are the guests of Mr mid Mrs J W Ilaugbman O come Nowland who has been at Dallas Toxns for some time has ro In Carter who pus t r phffri fever has sulliclontly rccovonid j for Mrs Kitty Hmltb the nurse to return to her homo at Ml Vernon I Wenron Hughes ot Louisville spent Sunday at home Miss Jean Warren who ha been visiting Cincinnati friends has return ed homo Danvlllo Advocate Miss Katie Leo Denny and Miss VValkcr of Lancaster have been the guests of Miss Belle Denny Heveily Itout came up from Ixnils vllle to ipenil Sunday with the homu folk Misses Kit lluffninn and Mary D Kennedy spent Sunday at Crab Or chart the guests of the formers sis tor Mrs JAmie U Carpenter- Mr and Mrs Thomas II Shanks have returned home from a pleamtnt visit to Mrs Itlohanl Putnam at Leb nonMisses Nell and JoRoiihlne Warren reached homo yoMorday morning Iroin CHVP Springs On where tboy miccoflslilly taught hint scholastic year In the school tor tbo deaf Friends here have received Invita lions to the closing uxorclsvs bf Miss Vales school for young ladles at Northampton Mass Among the grad ant are Misses Sara Margaret Dunn and Margaret Itobertfon Varreu ot this place Senator It L Mubblo attended till dedicatory uxurcIte of the now cap Itol nt ITatiktort lie was aceompan led by KepreAonulivo W F 1lttman of lloyle Miss Mattle McClnry Is at home from Indlanal olla whore she finished a course In oral work and will teach In IlttstiiirK 1a next session Mrs Mattlo Nevluu has returned from a visit to her son John Nevius at Lebanon and relatives at oUter points We could argue all Jay 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 SON homex George 1itlllam formerly of Lin coin county has gone to Hoanoku Va where bo will be united In mar rlago to Miss Mary U Sayers a mem her of one of the most prominent families of tho Uld Dominion Mr Cabcl Owens who Is now mak ing his home In Henderson passed through Danville en routo to Somer set Advocate S Miss Mary HIggins bas returnee home tram Somerset wuero she had a most successful year with her music teaching r Mrs Hobort Lytle of Lexington street entertained Tuesday night In honor of Miss Shearer and Miss Alice Shearer of New York Those who ro calved with Mrs Lytlo and her guosts were Miss Nan McDowell Gill Cooper and Mr Ulllotte of Central Amorlcnr It wan tOt cold to sit In the yard or tho veranda but the 75 guests found plenty of entertainment In the house Danville Advocate Mills Lcvlsa Harris who was taken 111 with pneumonia while at tho homo ot her aunt Mrs George 1 Bright several weeks ago has Improved suf ficiently to be removed to hor homo at Hubble Her friends will be glad to know of her Improvement nnd hope for her complete recovery Iont watt until everything Is gone already twothirds of my stock has been disposed of and 1 shall close I out tho rest In a very short time Buy while It lasts Ueorgo D Hopper Hardware and Groceries Juno II Held of Hustonvllle bas accepted n poslton in tho drug store of J Ucecher Adams at Danvlllo Mr King Carpenter ot Hustonvllle who has been visiting the family of Mr and Mrs J II Swopc has return de home Danville Advocate Mrs W Logan Wood entertained at cards Saturday afternoon In honor ot lies Isablele South of Frankfort who litho attractive guest of Dr nnd Mrs T Lindscy Ulayney Basket Dinner TO BE EATEN BY BAPTISTS AFT ER SERVICES JUNE 17 A High Day In Zion as Pastor Hnakin styled it Sunday will be cele prated at tire Baptist church on Sun nay Juno ii which will be the llrst day of the revival services to bo con ducted by Evangelist Daniel The day will be made a sort of love feast oc vision for the members with roll calla all the members of tile church and afterward a big basket dinner on the grounds Last Sunday hud been set for roll call but it was postponed on account of Inclement weather keep lug a great many of the members at home The completion of uo 1UOUOUU endowment fund to tbo American lit bla Society which was started about a year and a half ago when Mrs Hus sell Sage gave 500000 was announced Monday jULJ7OU are entitled in buying Hart Schaffner Marx tf I of satisfaction 00DOCJ Every dealer in our clothes is authorized E8- 1M to say this to you I Every garment made bynd bearing the labelof i Hart Schaffner chi Marx is guaranteed to be of allwool i or woolandsilk fabrics with no mercerized or other- cotton gg 1 A 6 WsH N added l thoroughly shrunk before cutting T seamsgg I sewed with pure silk thread tailored inclean sanitary R shops A Tand free from every defect of material or I o workmanship t More than that The dealer is authorized to say s 4Hf that if the clothes are pt right or not satisfactory your MA HM H f j money will be refunded j I E3 Hart SchafFner Marx CUMMINS WEAREN Stanford Ky Put This On Your Memorandum 3 11Iillae iWe will bring to the front all short lengths and ghighalrlshojDontthisseMnnbestSEVERANCE Stanford Kentucky attl Notes and Accounts Collectetf jchargesbank references Correspondence solicited H i MAYS COLLECTIONAGENaWOODSON MAY Mgr i Somerset Kentucky One Night Only Opera House One Night CMiv f I TUESDAY JUNE 7thjIt GALLANOG J- The Man Of Thought Presenting I Mind Reading Hypnotism Spiritualism iil Watch for the sensational blindfold drive Tueseay June 7thsiS2S PM to start ia front of the Opera House Admission 15c and 25c Money Refunded ifnot Satisfied J iJ ST ARRIVED 6 p r a fresh of FEEDSLThe i- 1511rrors i I9 Aye r- r t 1 t W E PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY iUi JI g I1IW 1 nItL R Hughes T W HnmbloW 0 Mn r a I- IUf SILKS I y We have just received a beautifulM MA t aiM of new summer silksin all shades Iline prices also aJot t of new YOkingsl ind band trimmings scCall and see us before buying C1I i 4C4 HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods NotionsjShoes temXK STANFORD KENTUCKY I a 4 1 TfAGE FOUR THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JUNE Nth 1910ill I Avoid unpleasantness and law suits with your neighbor by using the BROWN FENCE to safely confine your stock and exclude his Let me telLyou of its several superiorities over other wire fences H C CARPENTER Agent At Lincoln County National Bank TIIE Chas Wheeler Emporium Kyr I 1 i RED BOX i yout= for you hold the keys Remember the date June 9th This will be our special sale day Come early to avoid the rush CHAS WHEELER rF The Winning Feature of The w OVERLAND CAR 38 Is Its Simplicity w1 1 toIC Run it For it Operates F on Only Three Gears t 1- p 0 0r ttitsal theFFamilyWoman it as Ffsilyas a us Prove to G 4 cur r 0 0 2 CePCciIWalterDunn AGENTS Phone us G 4FreeDemonstration Danville w eM Lincoln County nationallUank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 5000000 RESOURCES 340OpOOO St H SHANKS PRESIDENT w M BRIGHT CASHIER J a PAXTON VICEH wtrIENTER BOOKMSETER ASST CASH FOSTER CLERK- DIREOTORS 3tV O Walker Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W CarterStanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T C Ran- kina Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN J882- CAPITAL STOCK 50000 f SURPLUS EARNED 20000 PAID IN DIVIDENDS 2J6500 SafetydepositOFFICER J S Rocker President- S THarris Vice President John J McRoberts H CIBaughman Asst Cashrl WW Saunders Bookkeeper can Run Man Just this You 4 For Ky HAYS HAS f Cashier DIRECTORS F Reid J H BaughmanI M D Elmore J M Pettus H C Baugbman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson- E C Walton J S Rocker W H Murphy RURAL TELEPHONES f JIB FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a city accidence and place yourself iu a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can bo accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that Is small comparedwith the benefits received Call or address our nearest offico or write direct to- teadquarteray Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Fur users Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we KentuckyIIllinois EAST TENNESSEJ TEL TEL CO IKOOBPOUATICOI f e BEAUTIFUL WEDDING Rev It II Atahony nnd Miss Marie Mahony attended the wedding of atlas Elizabeth Jefferson to Mr Urandlsou Vaughan In Louisville last Friday Mrs VaiiRhnn had visited Miss Ma hotiy acre and has many friends In this section The Loulsvlllo papers descrlbo the wedding as a beautiful ar fair It was solemnized at the homo of the brltloB grandmother Mrs IS A Jefferson The large old fashioned rooms and spacious halls of the Jef ferson home are admirably suited to a wedding and were never more beau tiful than last evening in their pro fusion of tlowors Southern smilax palms and hay trees used in the rice orations The ceremony took place in tho drawing room tho white mar ble mantel being converted Into an Impromptu altar The bridal parts entered through an auto formed of whlto standards topped with bunches of white and loose bows of satin ribbon rh Rev Richard O Smart of the Broad way Methodist church porformod tho ceremony Miss Nancy Johnson of Hardstown was maid or honor and Mr Samol A Vaghan of Now York was tho best mnn The brlittwrantdi were Miss Marlon Mines of Howlin Green Allsses Llda and Lucy Mc Clarty and Miss Kugenlo Uorsev The bride who entered on the arm or the groom wtyg ri beautiful gown of white satin veiled In embroidered net Tho skirt was draped nnd sought with small clusters of orange blossoms and the bodice was cut V neck and half sleeves She wore time regu laden tulle veil caught In her hair with a bandeau ot orange Dosanmr and carried sweet peas and t les oi the taleyl Among the out of town guests wore Mr and Mrs J K Holloway of Phila delphia Air and Mrs Joseph Uotts o Lexington Mrs William Ayres ot Plnevillo Mr K O Alohony and Miss Marie Alahony of Stanford nnd MIss AlathlldB Foster of UruJBlck Nash Louisville Post PUBLIC SALE Havingiold my farm I will offer at public sale on the premises WEDNESDAY JUNE 15th 1910 at 2 p m all of my personal property consisting of one brood mare 7 years old one nice 2 year old horse 5 milk I cows and calves 5 yearling heifers 2 yearling steers good ones one sow and 9 pigs 11 50pound shoats 5 175 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 Tevis Agt Near Milledgeville strengthiThere is not an ounce of unnecessary weight but it is made so hon estly and strongly that it will stand any strain If your horse had the say he would choose one of these sets Why not act on that assumption J C McCLARY Stanford Ky 200000 Feet of Lumber At The Right Prices II have 200000 feet of lumber suitable for tobacco barns and oth er building purposes at reasonable prices Call on me or write me for j prices and tell me what you want and I can suityouWALKER OWENS I KyShippingI d FARMERS DEPARTMENT We have for sale a McCormack binder that has only been used to cut 40 AbargainFOR SALESOW and pigs J T Bingaman Lntonlaand Donnu tho Kentucky derby win ner third rho tlmo wai AA 25 Wanted to exchange a liveyear old horse good driver and good worker for a young mare John New ell Hustonville K D No 1 Will pny highest market price for 100 bushels or moro bite gross need II t Anderson Stanford isaa for saleSecond hand pony cart In good con tl Hon J II Jackson It U 2 Stanford Ky 2J1 Tobacco plant bed for sale a by 1UU feet At a bargain J Frank Smith h U No2 Stanford 5W2 J K Cook Co the great horse lack and mule breeders and traders of Lexington havo claimed the date of Friday Sept 30 lor a big sale of saddle mares Jennets and colts all registered The pooled wool of Nicholas coun ty has mostly been sold and delivered at Carlisle at tbo prevailing price of 11 cents Deatora had previously been paying 30 cents For Sale10U foot tobacco bed A 15 Robbins Stanford Phono liM Cot H U Kvans delivered to Cul D N Prowlt at Danville SO lambs at 7 cents n pound Col Kvans has about 300 moro which will be ready for de livery In July Samutl Pope of Boyle sold 42 lambs averaging 78 pounds to For st Jonnstone at 73t THE MARKETS Cincinnati June 7Cattlt rectnts iIUS market active and strong 111 i higher fair to good shippers u4oW hogsreoand shippers 02oO930 common S76 BJ40 Sheoj receipts 2156 markot strong UJlO41I0 Lambs market strong JIS25 William Morris aged 46 wax killed at John Herrys stew mill near Now againstgabout the shoulders Lame shoulder Is almost invariably caused by rheumatism of the muscles and yields quickly to the free applica lion of Chamberlains Liniment This liniment is not only prompt and effect tint hilt in no way disagreeable to use Sold by O L Penny PUBLIC SALE On Monday June 13th 1910 county court day I shall as agent of the heirs o Maria Uaughman deceased offer for cutest public outcry in front of the court house door In Stanford Ky to tie highest and bet 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 the West by the house Georgia Sutton on tho North by the right of of the L Nf on the South by Water Works Street Terms of sale made known at the time the property is offered for sate K S ALCORN Agent Stock For Sale I have for anlen bay mare Mule 7yenrold and weigh linu pounds Mound and 1I7l11UohlWorkldriving her Mho It sound and Un tats tad dler UIUAU DUNK lluttonvllle 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 Comptonnow housebreakingCircuit Court will on the third day ofune 1910 make cllion 10 the governor olthec- ommonwealth to pardon laid Compton andre ofMay254 W V WILKINSON Barn Lumber For Sale 120000 feet of Boxing Sheeting and Frame Lumber for Darn Pat terns which I will sell for cashor trade for Corn Hay or good Horses and Mules Prices on this very rea sonable for I want to sell Write me at RespectfullyC Ky e ave oddtrousersf dressed with them you should wear OxfordAlso ent Leather and Swede ClothingWhen areinOur hat department is now more complete than over We have to StrawYachtbefore you buy SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KV Get My Price On House PaintScreen Wire Cloth Cultivators Hoes and and other farming implements r T L L SANDERS Crib Orrhtrf Kbr4ewfr Take every on State TcxinglonSTANFORD IW L UCAIlTYPm tTJStanford Co Stanford Kentucky Farms BondsSoldWrite jor Circular to L R Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco earns Nothng But Insuranco Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY rteitdencH Phone lid Ounce M Insure with mo and be fully protected S DNow LlvorvDopot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY hn loIaccbl neatly sayt II Ifyou have anything ecll tho STOCK LINt torNunnelleys New Stock Yards He buynnnd sel day I the year except Sunday Bring your stock Best market tho with plenty Real Estate HUGHES Secretary Stanford CARTER J C McCIary l I Undertaker and I STANFORD EmbalmerI II AM fhonhm SAVE YOUR FOWLS I poultrynmlll1oo Kbooluto certainty to euro prorcnt Ilotipllmberneck of koepsfowlahoaithyandtreetreatment ot Blackhead and other dlsoaea tn turkeys Bourbon Poultry CureI J tin WWKaliton IfopkIniTilleKy I been toe idly yea tad cmeJ7J to in a in iu of and tba I JraledtIUnlllactulCl1 Bourbon Remedy Co tocorporated 1 J K U S A 4tAll Leading Orugolcta 60o per Bottle Trial Viol FM rj t I Iop p j