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The Stanford Interior Journal.
VOLUME XXXVIIMj NO, 30.
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, APRIL 18th 1911.
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
FALSE FIGURES ON
MAYOR FLORENCE TAKE3 UP
MATTER WITH 11. 8. OUREAU
-DETAIL REPORT ON
M)or Al Florenc,. does not propose
to lt Idly by anil accept Stanford's
ovulation as only 1,532, which In a
ItMiftir ohout ono hundred In ten years
.... ... - ., .lasKcu to ''rotcn mina , wunn ic is
u nccorainK to th.-cnnu ,nRurin o iooknown he lB to Mll nl tll0 H
tf He l written to Census Dlrectoi in ofMco 1ub cy(vJ cU)r may ()ft
rtrara Wint ng'ires . ... j ...
rirainnMirrf.who canvassed Htnntord
it wrtrtitiomnnlljr understood hero "l
IWVIW t. IimW cTTIbub wan roiu
city llmltii. nnd this calculation am
not include ICybtnd nnd somo of IH
outlying wiburbs. It la hardly pro
l-able. of course, that a recount can
sV)tcathT.t tho population or Hluniord orchard. Abrnn.i new school I Men " Kentucky, died at Ms homo
6fr rn-otei',.1.K0 souls, it u wild ; i lArf(1 ,,oro ,matVot enough. -o"ili,8 ' nenr Vcrnon Kockcaatlo county
f-l .lho llMfciuiiiierntiin who canvassed iw( (jp q L, Th(j kW Iler , last week nged ninety three years and
'-lf eltJ comiuuMl their totals and wag wU jj .. gch0)), jKeien months. Ho had R children six
' .found tlfls number oi people In thoi ., ,,, rnnforri.nr ... utnnfor.l nt whom nro living. All wero with
DC secured, mil io umirim . " rreach8n0 cmH), resldlnB in Uiat "I wim now .iving is u, ana .ou
tensu rnumoratara who worked in (tlcdlgtrlct H(c wa formcr.,,ounKCSt by his first wife Is S3 yoars
Hunlord can bo compared nnd the er- WbWu M ,,lhtrrl old. Mr. Proctor leaves a third wife,
ror in the report sent out by theu o . m bllt lcri. aro no children by ttot
reusuF bureau minted out. 0lgnIa Whlle' Mill' district wero ,
Anyono w.to hA. lived In Hta. ord, ft mchool fn cnl , Mr. ,.roct0r had m UesccndanU;
for rho PMt ten years nows that ttel cicr cnou n rM(1j37 ore grandchildren. 1 of these II
ulatlon ot the city has Increased ,,uirlct for a pChoo A ROO, mnn Iu.w.,lnB;- 7U great-grandchildren, and -mthor
than fallen off. A I'f01"1";'"1, ,,. lm0 IIIOV,M Uiw lllP yjMWm grtiit-grearandchlldrcn. Ist sum
builder nnd contractor estimates that ' ' eaually ns many ,nc n ,rthdl'y ulnncr was givcn-hlm
there are between fie, and lo ne bun- -I Lr"S ,- " "" ,9 "-
dred more houses In Htanford iion ,h,., ,.,v, fm.ii which live generations wero present.-
thsn there were in 1000 -;; h to children In the legal
"""''"''fVchoolMr. living here. Prddon.
"SSpr rng Roosevelt stii. preachee. racesulclde
- JK-t .. j 'J ... i .h nd could uiako out n capital toxt
Ct4liW census rcpor . of the predlcl5menL
toutW and c tie. of Kealuckr, tbo rc.clltnDIlfcnicnt of WW. m,U
ll1""8!: Hobbs dUtrlct. wilt give a sufficient
" ,:: .3" '
iKirkW town in the counties: .
Lincoln courly..." 17,987 17,059
t-Unlord ..... l632 lfl,J
CraUOrchJrtj .x....M. r7 33
HuiiUjIllu . !,..... 58 425
' --- .....V......V. 1. '."'' "" """ n ""
Mj-.i,-,.!!.. .,., 85 2
Kokc4 county... 14,473 12,416
i't. Vernoa 30 U
Itrodhead -Vr&lU UI
TJberty TT. ...'... .v SS0- 450
.MlddleUurit ' IS-'
Yosemlto XOTjt Ms residence. Tlur wero accom-
......! .u -h(ibr 31.291
ri.ll.BiM WWWII .....--" .--- -
libank . ..
Scicncv S 1 ill
Boyle county. .
Junction City ""
OEATH Off W.?S. GOODE
... l . 1-.a i-rL.
Local relatives nnv0 receneu .u.u-
.. .W. . ... -. 1 .V.MW...M fit
W. B. Goodc. iKi, Lexington Leaden
Alter an Illness of three 4ay. Mr.
w H Goode cf HorlnRiteld. KfT. vho
Somerset . '..'. 4-4'Jl 3fitit3bm brothcMnlaw ami .Iser of'IownR dewrlbeU.tiael ,',: iHiHl.rnu.'ETrtty on n cluirgo of murdering
... ... 4U1 ithc bride. Tbo groom Is n farmer nnd v.t ttw.r Mft.,.lnn,l in I inonin ,t.iv Jhls lalhfr. Hiurv Thumnson. s. Pi oil.
was found at the corner of Maxwell c-
and Limestone streets Saturday, night j. a. A-.'tK QwBf .nn lvbeen -t
..uuertng'from a stroke of paralysis. Glbwn Sjftatoriura at Richmond.
died at the home of hi., brother. Mr.'" brou':,lt EPmo ,Mt w- S"0 ua'
... . -,.
.. . ....j. c I-... T.ii .1.1.
1:30 o'clock Wedaeaday morning. ucf beyen
Mr. Ooode bad come to Lexington to - i
MBit hi. brotaer last week and It EMA CURE.A EAvfc
while he waa taklnx a walk Saturday , , ..- '. .
evelgthathew.udd.yJAiaSW' V. && bM
.... ...i ... ,. .ih.woiit -it wkAtk
' t his brother'a bome-JtWaRaough
.... .f?..y.- ... ...
his condition waa
rious, it wai nat
tiroke would proro
Mr. Good'a wips v
husband's IllueBi) jSal
cume to Lexington
his brother and.iiljr
Proyles of Millel
at his bodsldo at Hi
Mr. Goodo was il
sides his wife, blG
ter. who wern with
bin death.'ho i
ter, Mre. MntUjcSjl
.i widow bntilioiv
Mlvo a tho InratljJjpie
tlTouhty seat and ojio of tho most
i xlv j
r a. -i -. j :. ssitai
BiHassrV iKilotnaMK'v V
,i,.,r.i-3i.-..'j ' wujaisswr jti
JWaf fts dealt) H- APT,
Afini(1 'Mil UCPLi'IHIIIIB H 1'U
wt ..rji kimiBiui
Aft niSillla slsi. wJmow:yorf
IssssssssWiJimI ir taftiedy ns
t IISSsStAai ilniivti.sY IJ0V
"V. LVn,iil nrvlce wcitf IiehraLSPrlng ,cuuu.
4) f.n,i:' Mr Goode -was 6p"e jTashington ' Got n 2r
R .TVf . , .V.jL.i., i.T.i.a.. n !.,..! It In the
.. . . . :. iiiiriiniini I'liiiiiuai vi ma " i--
it Vino farm but lived in Springfield & Tanner.
. delightful or the smaller Kentucky
1 altlei, ' ,
j- T 'xArJ. 1- - , -
; OhambMrtlh'B Btonmch1jMd liver
Ublets osslst naturo In driving nil in-.
,.,iriti,. nut of the Bystem, Insuring a
iree arid-regular condition and retor.
II HU 4IU v "" .IlklVlW b " 7 VWWfc WWVW MM HI
I'rearhersvlllo is on ttio retrograde
From it red-hot dslly mall for'avpr 27
years, n imoII servlco our sensible olt
liens woro wont to lrng about, we nro
now lllto a ship-wrecked sailor, linnr
oonod on n desert Inland In tho nililbt
of n boundless urn, without chart or
romposs or oven a gllmpso of a pass
ing null. Wo now cot our mall In.'tlil
burn like our parents did fifty yearn
ago. Anyono going to Crab Orrhahl in
asked to l'fotchmlna', when l( 1
,rr ,0T0 fn,llcB8 or c,He forgetting,.
I hen h gccmlg ,u1nam.ncy M 0x-
!..,, ,1V lho ,..... ,.,. coln,t.J
- ' V- k
,. .... , .. Ullll, -.,., m....lilm when death came, but ono who
tnj8tP09 ,nnkl.nMlll, , of tbo
I ,.,. .ph . ntlI. ,..,, of
1IoUm mjJ u t
pupils 'to necessltato
' . jr...... ..,.lbe wou
..v -.v. w. , -r-'V '" " ""
a lint class certificate.
lh b-lii w -ni biuli: i iniTir b n Lr uinta iwv
were one, and vc had some mighty
Removal of the bchool from our vll-
lage, abolishment or our
kill our little village, eventually,
)irs ago Walnut Flat
lng plac but no- U
iijuimi w m.vvw ..-jw.
fiW1 w k
r -i . V. .. '- m... .
4" auy tr, vtu0 -
. . ..... .h.- rfl.rf.1""-"1"1" "."" o ' "--u -
1tJJh;V-nP,,''fjataw''H?1,,,,,s,ru,IBlfo'ri Mill' w-ir In front ct lho court l.ou.
drpvc Over to -JianujM-aaa .were unit-
holy bonds of matrimony.
vas tied by ifer. J. II, Jones
" ,u ,,,u
'I no Knot was tieu oy aw. j. ii. j".-
tuinirii uy air. anu .Mrs. win.
n son ot .Mr. anu .Mrs. n, i i.uuaioiu
jnnd Is a hustler when It comes to
, work, whllo bis brkl is n daughter l
,. JB7- !lr. nnd Mrs. S I) Carpenler, unil is
.14.668. -13,817 both handsome and Ulentcd nnd a
general fniorito with all . We wish,
. .. 407 .43l!thcm wt-ll. -.
Tho recent storm did considerable,
damage to the barn roofs of Itev Tho,
M. -.. .......I . ........ .....
flWl-.. UUU BWW, illlll-u VVll., ini'l
In thu Canaan section o"f (larranl.
f- llprn, to the wito ot Itev
J. K. Hob-
upfa n flnn hnv
-.-. - - --
Tho attendance at tne hunscripuou
l'-n of chool taugjit by Miss LIhMh
Uettus. wai cut down th. last ot tha
". "n account ot more tnn hail
tbo pupils being 111 with grip, coldt
ntdenxnt a severe operation but it
tcensrecogniied for yeatji a4 uo onq
wsaedy for Eczema. Vsof llsls. and all
oliMF foitaa ( skin dlseosea. it la now
Jneirn that thmre la.oo other wash,
ren those used by tho beauty spo-
WalfWta. Ihat can compare J,ltto thls'executlon is for the sum of 185 with
27..i i.... r. ......- WB. .,in f iir. frm t..n Rh iqii'i n c .wr
.... u,u .w v.v--.... -....
wea blackheads, rasWahd ail situ-
r - r
fa hrtectlbBB. ),
its roaion nlonu n bottle of Terms of Sale-To bo sold ct. a1" DC" lu luu "s""1' " ,T "raws patronag0 rrom Lasoy and out.
ftkMlU bo kept on hand in credit of three months, the purchaser p,rlnK to BC0 tne farra W,U cal1 on,or counties, good turnpikes lead to It
JK.AM- a .nl r.n hnuiJeivimr hond nnd aunmved seniritv to,1IuRues & Swlnobroad of Lancaster, I nnd ,s , tuo ncart of a lino wheat
the merits ot this groat,
'. D. seems to remove tho cause,
Kiintevef tho troublo nmy be, cleatjs-
t ttk J ihn ulrln mill lini'lntr It na cnfl llM
J'" v" """ "" .'..'i - q--ftiooth
and clear as that of n licultDx
cent bottle today and keep
house. For salo by ShugarH
i George Jlallard, of Ihilik Lick, haa
purchased tho property at that pluco
forme rly used as a creamery and- wf
xenovnto if mm convert u nu a
ii welling. As Boon as completed ho will
niovo In with his family, Tho prop
erty originally cost Jti.000 but was pur
Surprise Their Friends
JE83E LYNN AND MI88 VANDE
VEER MARRY SUNDAY
Jesco C. I.ynn and Minn France
Vandcveer surprised their many
frlcndn Sunday by securing license
and driving out to tltc homo ot Hot.
J 0. Livingston wliero ttm wordn Were
nald which mode thorn man and wife
llnth nrn members nr niflmlnqrvL. Lin
coln county families nnd hae'jotl
wlnlio of a wide rlrclo of frlonds Tor
I , ,
r 1 11 U
. Kemarkable Man (
WAS ANDERSON PROCTOR WHO
DIED IN ROCKCASTLE,
,j Anderson Proctor, one of tno oldest
could not be located In time to ro.h
him. Klvo children woro by his first
Wf0 nnd onft by ,iH second. Ills old-
Mr I roctor developed his seeond
eyesight about fifteen years ago. Ho
was then totally blind, but for the Inst
several years had been able to go
.ibout his home and boo in his gardah
Ho was only sick five dayiS -uitti
In I8Sf h(. would bring produce to
Lexington In a wagon and exchange it
merchandise. During these trips
muld always stop over night at the
home of Henry Clay, now tho
'" "'" "" f " '"
!,.. ...! ii.iRj ti. k kaa
mombor of th Christian church about!
80 years, and' alwayB followed closely
in tho footatfpaof Ws Master. Many
.l-.ii iit.ini lllni
f r .
.:vtlVy,terW pt ijjlacoln County Court,
i County Court-
are ieit mat nriisikiBtsK ine smun inan--" -... .-- - 1 ur ti vti.v. ni.
. . . f t . ...! nun nr ausiniiiii n,iur .n iiiiii i iliiii .
Dost-ornce . - ,i wr ... ... .. .h t ....!,,. i ".".oib. ,Uwu o.
Is needed to " 2-j3.fr 'wtendtog from Aukland. Australia. '-0"'ee- .. .. . ..
h. fllik-nvu ofrfr-jk.WJ' UUO duiliu WI-VM,, WJti imii. w. wuuiij I... .....
x,nn' ,urU ..' - fhcross tha Pacific ocean almost to uuuts" ""1 KUOao"fl8 tomans
Promls-. ywn" CCBlral America. An annular eclipse r,rap7,, omonl UDap;a ifrorm,B my
oul a name, ,, Molldav .iSiwh dav of My.fgt tb. ih.lll occur on October 23 ," ?.c"ty "Pcrotln- A. B. Florence.
, Htallfotdt K) to , l,B,est nnd.partjor
bfc8, bWdep a oncixn, unildld n. p'coan.,
' or 8UcU J)art -a,u ,nlorv8, ' .
, Htatlfotdt K) to i,B,est nniI.part,of New Zealand and tho Pacific
tct, or 8Ucll, ,wft -
na v, gUracJent to aUsfy uie-deb:
tho (i ww nuiuvirui, iu ruiioii uiu ucu
ml rna(a ,,r,lffr,nr f.fim.w! tn- fa. rt,!.
-'--" -. i ... .....-... vu.H.W,i
Kctncky, nnd Qontntnlng about 1Q
ucrc8 of ,nnd( ,mu bounded:.'
0n .... ,10rtI,- bv iha ,npk ...ri;.
,)Iko nKxti nml ,ho Iand Qf villiam.ouinUUcd,' bu was dlsinlbseil as the
Miller nnd (labo lllalr; on thf. east b lt-lt of an lAamlnlivK trial.
tho lands of Mm, John Ilaker and J ' ' fi -U.
l. Neal; on the south by the lands of 4gjia Priin, in the d!te of Senora
, .. ., ... ... .
vmu uruwu anu n. w. ruru, unu on
Ihe west by tho lands of Mrs. Julia
rniiwr nml h w. Vnr.i f.oinn- th,
- -- ". -.. .-..-, v...n ,uw jap p.
sdme land contryed to M. J. pars,Tu ,
by A., W. Carpenter, executor, by deed
Idated Qebruary 1st, 1881. and of rec
x. ..a..... ...
ulu .u .uuw.u luuhij vitiivs v
flee of Lincoln county. Kentucky..
Oed Book 14.. page 34, to which "WW
..... e ... ....- ww '
o;ic .creu . raauo ir
oro particular descripuon -, Bawjertou8ly wounded In Dovgte Uurtns
land. The aald out tlrth ,alTtjn la
n m ii n-n a bi r n m mmt sssn BSiMKasi
the , land' doscrlbed-iailHi'Bd4TldeS
interest tUerete .ot Jrie, J ''Seara.j
which be inherited froa..te.vafu&er,t
Mrs. ty. J. 4jreaMrTWrf
poea this aJ4i.iiVMtry. a eot
Uoa hat isaued XroaCVM Clerk's oo
Be. of tlie Lincoln CIrcuK Court ot
Kentucky (and the further cost of I
this k).fit late of December 2?tb,,
9U nnft thereafter on thu lth of Jan -
uary 19U U, tho Sheriff of Lincoln
county. Kentur.1y levied on aaldlM t0 n,Bt ond 'bm
Ifttu..! In a.1,1 l.nJ h. ,.1,1 ...... I
...vc.v-i. ... . .-..u, ... .u ..w.
tlon issuing in favor of W. II. Higgle
nnd against said Ja J. Spears. Said
-. ..-- -. ..-, ... - ....
cent uii paid ana tor tne ruruier sum
of 911.45 costs. .
tho said W. II. Hlgglns. said bond,K'- I"clon at onco. BOOTH
bearing Interest from dat0 of salo un-
til paldThls sale -will take place
nbout tho hour of 1:30 I', M cm tlie
day above named.
1 w. l. Mccarty.
Sheriff of Lincoln County-
Lincoln county farms, in any
iiiuuuiii uo. u.uvu .w.i o. i.uuiuai
CM-2 per Cent. Term, B years, with
prlvllego tQ pay after ono yoar. Flrrt
mortgago. If youiHro in need of money
value ot your Mud, For further par-
tlculAm write 10 u, u. owinouroau,
Attorney. Mncaster. Ky. 25-tf.
Breaks a Limb
SALLIE JOHNSON SLIPS ON
Mra. Hnlllo Johnson fell Thursda
Rftcrnoon TTreaklng a limb In two
places. Hho had started to vli.lt ono
or her nolghbors, Mrs. Oeorgo I.ftgan,
when tbo slippery grass caused her to
fall. Several neighbors saw the nee!
dont and usslstcd her to her home. Tho
Injured member gavo her much pain
but she, wag getting nlong an well as
could bo expected.
UOUTOIt 0'HANN"ON KKTlHSi:
FROM NEW STANFORD DRUG COM
PANY SELLING TO DR. BRYANT.
Kormnl transfer of the half interest
III tho Now StanlorU Drug Company
owned by Dr. W. H. O'lUnnon to Di.
J. W. llryant of Siirlngflold, was ef
footed last week. And noticb of Hie j
.4lr..l..ii. t. .. ..I.I .... ..n.l na..u.l I
iiimjiuiiuu in inn wm in lit ntiu uiki.-
zaUon of tho new vNiiwslih lis bee"
!1'",,"f'Cl'- Ur:...0',,?.r,...0U"11 "'iSUnrord very respectfully petition thJd.riSiSnlSu'iSSI
iiructicc requiring so n-urh ot his
time thnt h0 was uneblc to give the
work uetded to his Interest to tho
Mr. Dryant doen not como to Stan
ford a stranger About ton yoira i;o
lie was pliurmncUt for the old d'tig
firm of C'ruli: k. llo";e:r. and has :i
warm friends in-Stanford tllcr g00 gcrm dcstroyer A
who are :ordlally eoiQifi,ounilinindbnlldlnglo bo attend
ing him bark.
"7, 4 .
ECLIPSE QN APRIL.28.
Tbo- popple of Stanford and Lincoln
couny will have the rare chance to wit
rttfRa a total eclipsn of the suu during
this' month, the phenomena coming on
y....,.t ..... r .... . .....
U9HUi.ua wiu oe T..i.c .rum uu,to glvcn , ,oadlng th(J r6fUBe
,0 X ociogk ... u... urr..w .. ...
Ulli.U wuu., DUUlU,,.-
era cuiies van cuuiu m iui u ujitti.
. t he northern section of this
country will be excluded. Local ai-
I "onuraere nro Prep-irmg .or a ma.
- - ...
wane tjia oui .fi li.iu. buuut-u.
t ri I a ii A inn ha vii
Tno eclipse win aiso oe visidio to
Mwlco' Central America, the western
iPortloa of the west Incies. the eastern
tlhb rosular'vblclt will bo vlslblo to tho United '
States, but invisible to Asia, rnr
lipine lilands, Austrniin, tho northern
tl'lmmii TlinmnunH rti-rmt 14? ni t a
,. , u rf - i
was indicted bv the Webster countv
dtnte tnerchant last December Young
-liomnsoit watimfctoU shortly am ,
the .UsCoiers.'fiiat'a crlmo had beein
" - - " k-- - --
teXjCD uneudorrd to rebela last
eck ancronc of; tho most gptacu-
battles of'Ujo MerCtfl insurrection
Tho battle was wiped on the interna-
t!ona, ,lne at 1K)ugIa8 Arlz.,
d.,ngercd the V0!I 0l Araer
American J -to
an extent that a troop of Unfted,
Slatca EO,,UerB cr08sod tho border and
'Banned th fi-htliiir. Tww .Vmerleaiu.
. . r -- " " .
MW(ii ono mortally Dad orhers
t . ...
(be firing. lnternatlooal comiitev
twfea are feared,
63jtQHE OF LAND
On Monday, court day April 24th
, urft" at 11 o'clock A. M. "il the court
I ,. H. ! i -,... u- i win
-witnout reserve, by-bid or limit, for
cosh In hand. 63 acres of land on Gil-
L' V,..; .. . ", ..:.- u- I
,-..,.,,,. ,,, crass and is o!1 dCSlr l " y " " T7'.
, This land is all in grass and IB Io-,Kv. n haa a caBacftr of 76 barrel of
nu.h-east of Lancas.
; -. ,-; , , , .uour per utt u.i..iiud. ... Bu "."
. TKIa la n (rnn.f Inrin anil la nrAlnwl . .... . . .
I"" f""' "-"- "'" j
' n,"""u "' iiuBi.e owi..u-
br,K,di ,lcal Ustato A8onts. 2U-a
AVERTS AWFUL TRAGEDY.
Tmifcl mil If'i-tftv(vii XI I P V
loiiBhl.v ol Marengo, Wis.. (R. No. l.
prevented a dro.uilnl tragedy and rav-
coug'i anu couiu u nine iu neiji iiur. i
,. ,nllv remedies fnl ed. her aunt
rgtd her to tako Dr. King Now Ills-1
won. I hrvo l" uhIiir it for Borne
I L,mo''! sho vrrutu "1,'d.t,, nwflil cm,?u
chlal troublo." This matchlew medl -
-" tuai mi mii u J A a
"""" -, - --
60 cents nnd $1.00........ ... ,, ,. j.aih to nulla
I Trial tottlo freo Guaranteed by
r.v'. nriiir tnr.
T. C Itankln houchl fifteen two
year old mules from James MoKorhnle
at "11" per hond.
uowen ''lvens, Jr., Is convalescing.
William Hoblnson nnd James mint
were here l.tst week IoOklnc for some
Ueorce W. (livens bought n Irto venr
old mare from W. L. Sloan for xir.n
... ... . . ." . . T.--.
.miss Virginia iirlght camo out "MSl cnurcn, conducted by Ilev. Pat
from tl.-uivllle" Inst wook to seo tho'rlrk n.ivls. nf tinnWn..nti nn.i n.
Mquire aicKccnnio and wiro arc go- , . " , ' -""
Ing to visit Scotland oarly In May. IarS crowds. Tho song service led
Lightning struck ana burned u,,y th slnK'". Dr. Lyons, also of
hay 'tack of J. M. Rankin's last v. so''. HPklnsvllle, assisted by tho elllclent
(Julto a number ot Hubl)lp lolks orgimlst, .Mrs. (Icorge M. Pnterson, Is
went up to Lancaster Sunday to hear proving n very attractive feature of
Ilev. P. II Davis. tho mnetlr.i?.
. L. Sloan nnl! Oeorgo (livens
went to Harrodsburg Saturday on bust
ness. Mrs Uettlo Illackerby who
nas neen wmi nor rather (Uncle JncK
lYeakey) for somo timo returneu to
juer ,10mo ,n I-oulvllle Sunday.
FOR uuni p ,TV '
ThJ Woman's lmT.rovnm.nt fMi, JtSatunIay at tn Ksto'nco and made
city council to sot apartAprllJl, md ,
i, as cleaning up days. Ever cltl
7en is requested to have hl6 yard, va
cant lots, barn yards, kllcyB and prem
ises in (Uietal, cleared of nil rubbish
llttor, fiaper, tin cans or any thing else
uslesn of offensive and to disinfect
well with lime, crude carbolic, or any
ed to by ttte council or thqso in charge
ol same. T,bt 'bi3 sbnll apply to rent
ers as well as property owners. That
there shall b0 nothing dumped Into
the St. Asaph or along the pubUe
highways leading into Stanford. Tint
whero it Is perishable assistance shall
We Bugge8t aa empty barrel b(j
,f(.pt ,n thQ bac,. premge8 ,nto wh,ch
1 tin dlTIa tirnlfnn rtnoa nnr. n.hM ....
8h may be put out'ot gght durfn
,hc year nm,.when spring cleaning
i"1"". w' uo a email matter to
,.UIUI 11 QUI,
Mrs. J. J. Dickey. Pres. Mrs. J a
Carpenter, V-Pres. Miss Kate Alcorn,
,Treas. Mrs. Sholton Saufley Sec'y.
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A very newsy letter arrived tbduy
from Hpldam's Mill, but as the Writer
i failed to give us his name, wo can
not nnd will not print it. Wo must
,. ,.... ...
n,wa)a aaJ? I0 wrrs nomo, not
noc0S8ar"y rpr puhllcaUon, but as an
cuucnco of Rood faith.
, HOPEFUL ME5SA(.E TO qrAi p
SUFFERERS AND MEN WHO'S
HAIR IS THINNING.
with tho gi
uauarurr now oaia later. The same
scalp dlscnses. In fact "bald-
scalp dlsoano. Tho trouble
greasy salves and lotions, the
SO-calleu dandruff and Ream enrna vnn.
. ... .t ::r : .-'--
navo ineu so rar is that they doa't do
.Itching and caku the dandruff so it
jucti.iiK rftiu cuku me uauuruu so i:
'doesn't fall until lt dried nut nirnln
Nothing can cure rwilly cure such
en-jtIoub'88 uul a r"al sca'P medicine that
win kiii ine germs causing aanaruir
and sralp disease,
f Learning from leadlug fellow dnig
gists throughout America that tbey
bad found a wblrlwl&d cure for dan
druff; eczema and all diseases ot tho
slcta mt scalp the Penny Drug atoro
tf yrwttmi' W the ,bOratorlescona-U
pouniin the treatment that it la the
most prominent drug Btore la this city
secured the agency for the remedy.
This remedy HMO, the clean' liquid
preparation that kills the germ ot dis
ease and ZKMO SOAP to wash the
icalp or skin clear and clean ot the
dandruff or stale and br its antiseptic
qualities sooths nnd heal.
Sold -and- guaraateed by druggtata
everywhere aad la Btaarord by G. L.
FOR SALE PRIVATELY!
0n nocount of an excess of business
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union. Hltuatea on wo w. c -. roaa ana
belt, f'Cr furtnor partrlculars wrlto
or fcco j, s. Murphy. McKinnoy. Ky.
IJy a majority of ca tho "wets" trl-
lumphod over tho "drys" nt tho local
option election In Nlcholaavllle, last
Great Horse Galton Chloroformed
Galton by Gambetta llKes. tn0 great norse owneu uy n.r w....a... .UU
0f jiubIoiivIIIh. was chloroformed lastwceK uy ur. u. i.. i.utyr, o. wunv.uu ?
"alton was sufrorlng from a tumor and ther0 wbb no hope for his Tecovory
tall. Oalton waa 23 yeara old and was the slro of a largo number ol high-
irC0t "rv tt b4wa
Pen-4""' via "uv "" """ H V
LATEST NEWS FROM
OVER THE LINE
Lancaster K) , April t".
Squire J. P. Ilourno fold to Ranks
Hudson, now of Danville, a fine mnro
Tho protracted meeting at the Moth-
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,nastor. Dr. K.'. P.n ic .!ri.'.
'Deputy Shorlff C. A. nonlnson took
Qulnco Tankersley to tho pen. Ho
was convicted at tho last term of court
for tho kllJJng of his first cousin, Jas.
Rosa near Flatwood in July 1U10 and
wns given an Indetorminato sentenco
of from two to twenty-ono years.
Tho C. W. D. M. hold an exchaneo
w" " ' i vjkuiitiuw
team here Inst Wednesday. Tho score
Was vcry c,ose. Lancaster being one
to tho good.
Mrs. Kunnle Pollard bought a horse
of Smiley Walker for $175.
Woodford (J. Dunlap, n rormer Lan
castrian, wo has held a Incratlvo po
sition for sorap tlrao at Pepper'a dis
tillery in Lexington, has been given
Ihe revenue agency for the district
held by the late Judge Ororge Denny,
tno salarv or which Is $3,00u a year
Mrs. J. M. Farra was an Ideal host
ess Thursday afternoon to the mora-
uers of tlio F.mbroldery Club at her
non'o on Stanford streeL A most
!,erm,'t!n? hlfSJJ nd(5ed t0 the pIoas-
ticnry smitn, or uuena vista, sold a
bow and six shoats to A. T. Smith for
155. It. H. Preston sold to Ike Dunn,
ot Lexington a hors ror UK.
Lawson ft Drown bought 12 200-lb.
hogs from J. W. Sutton of west Oar
rard, at 6 cents a pound nnd a bunch
of ilO pound porkers from T. C. Ran
kin at th0 same price.
Mrs. Hannah Scott a native and for
mer resldont of Lancaster, died at her
home in Jessamine cdunty after an
Illness of several months, aue to gen
eral decline, aged SO years. She leave"
a sister, Mrs. Klizabeth Mason, of this
city, nnd several grown sons and
daughters. Mr. and Mrs. . I). Mason,
Mrs. R. A. Haynes and Mrs. Elizabeth
Mason attended the burial at Nlcbo
Miss Cordelia Hamilton, daughter of
Mrs. Sarah Hamilton of this city, had
had her millinery establishment tu
MIddlesboro damaged to the amount
of $200 by the recent WchVwaters.
h 'ThTLadtes iAuT.fsr ' the Chrifc.
iian rnurcn win raeei-anpirany Riier-
oon at the home of Mjs1. V, A. 'Xear
n Lexington street , jLy V
Mr. Jnuiei B. ke,roi&tchttMHu2,
a one time citizen of
! flaaa --week
a hazardous experlc:
when ,he wtis (nt(alKhtBns and
inr?anf1 itnrnncASryfei,fAf n wfilla
The onnty-IkvraWfldtiraftoh pur
hoased of EJCAM'vVuorter,ivl''t.'nflr
Old Paint Lr9wteTWn'h(n.upper Gar
rard for $350,:itfiott "which sye. a'hand
some scluoitOttse will be erected. t
The Woman's Clnb met Wedncmxy
aftetrnnon n .the the Christian church..-
with Aliss FrahWyo Kaufman as lead
er. Tl'e subject flor discussion "was
T)r. Wm. Barnett-was called to Louts
vlllo by the death ot his oldest broth
or Mr. Grundy Harnett, who died of",
I eurt disease aged 51 years. Ho Js
rtirvived bv n wife and two brothers
Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Brown, of Stan- .
ford, spent Sunday with Mr. find Mr.
W. H. Brown. Mrs. Susie Wallace, of
jjexingion, uas Dee., vis.imi? mn. r.
S. Hughes. MIsb Margaret Letcher
Cook lftft Friday for a vlplt to rela
tives in Nicbolasvvine. Miss Lizzie .
Bettls Is In Richmond to take a course
at the normal aohpol. Mrs. Ann Rob
inson hua returnee alter a visit or
several weeks to har niece Mrs. Ja
cob Roblnaon of Onnvllle. C. D. Pow.
ell Is In Oakland. .Oregon, for a visit
to his son .Robert Powell. Mrs. J. W.
Rowland and little daughter. Dorothy,
havo returned to LoxJnrtnn Jitter a
visit to Lancaster relatives. Miss
Margaret Arnold, of the Mndlion Fe
mnlo Institute, spent lereral day
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C A.
Arnold. Miss Mattle Lee Hubble, of
Hamilton College, Lexington, la at
home for Caster with her parents,
Sonutor and Mrs. R, L. Hubble. Mrs.
J. 8. Johnson and daughter. Miss Flop
ence .wore recent guests of Stanford
relatives. Dr. B. C. Roso and brldo.
nee Miss Sue Anna Lear, have return
cd" rrom a bridal trip- bf several -weeks
in a number of tho southern cities.
Jacob Robinson la nt home from n
winters solourn In Butler, Ga. Mrs
Margaret Gaines Is in Stanfrd visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gaines. Mrs.
Ray Orel and llttlo son Courtney will
teturn Thursday to their home. Fort
Poarce. Florid.!, aiter a visit to Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Price. Mls Kmma
Hughes Hnyp, of Stanford. wn tho
guest for several days of Mr. nnd Mn.
James A. Uenzley Miss Dove, Harris,
of Danvlllo, Is with her nieces, the
Misses Anderson. Mrs. Ada B.. Kin
nnlnl was a visitor In Lexington last
week. "n. '
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