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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i II THE INTERIOP JOURNAL 1YOLo XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JULY 10 1909 to 40 1 wont Eerget The Lincoln County FairSTANFORD KY JULY 2IzTHREE DAYS f 1500 Given Away in Premiums Great 150 Sweepstake Saddle Ring also 150t Roadster Ring and 50 Colt Stake Get your stock in shape There is a ring for everything in the stock line each day i Come and enjoy yourself and mingle with aid friends for 3 days S T HARRIS Pres J F CUMMINS vSecy HUSTOKVILLE Born on July 7th to tho wife of Mr L B Peck a 10pound son Green R Peck I Rev C It Blain will preach at Chris tlan church next Sunday night Everybody Invited FA Young a brio ball player of Jum bo hid his nose broken by being struck with a fast ban We have received since the fire a full line of fresh drugs and groceries cane on us Adams Bros Eleven hundred and fortyseven pas Bengere paid taro to Cincinnati and train last Sunrwent on the excursion day week Col G G Helm of Lexington is spending his vacation at Helm Wood Heights tho beautiful homo of his brother Jas K Helm Geo S Tate on the Piles and Roll farm holds tho honor of having a field of about 20 acres of tho cleanest andf1 best corn in this end of the county The best game of baso ball ever playa cd here was played Saturday by Hus tonvillo and Mlddleburg The score was Ita 0 at the end of the 12th Inning Carpenter Hopper sold Calash which won a 3000 purse lately fort 2000 They have a most promising two ycarold that Is a full sister to him A protracted meeting at tho Baptist church conducted by the pastor Rev Jones begun Wednesday with morn- Ing and evening services until fhrther notice Lindsey l2 year old son of Sam Rutherford was severely cut just above tho I ankle whllo cutting weeds with a scythe 4 blade Dr Alcorn sowed up the wound and thinks the worst is past Mr and Mrs Grant Smith of San Louis Potosl Mexico have arrived in Kentucky for a month to visit Mm Smith Is a sister of Goo Hunn of Moreland and Mrs Will Dunn of our city Mrs Sue Jones and son James of Temple Texas Bro visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity Miss Josie Goode now forelady of a largo neck tie company in Louisville Is spending her vacation with her parents here Tho death of George L Carpenter a director in the National flank here ne cessitated tho appointment of another I understand that Cicero Reynolds of Stanford was appointed Mr R has served in that capacity before and is a good man C W Adams bought a yery desirable y building lot 90x170 feet adjoining the McCormack home on West Main street from Alfred Russell and wife ort Satur day lie intends building a modern lame and work on same will begin as soon as ho can get possession 1Misses Cora and Rattle Lipps have from a lengthy visit to their sister Mrs Wm Nave near Danvillet I Miss Annie McKinney is at the bedside j of her aunt Miss Belle Givens in this place who remains very 111 Miss Lola Willis is at home from her school in southern Kentucky Architects will complete this week plans and specifications for a splendid two story brick business house for Adams Bros to adorn the southeast corner of Main and Danville streets Plans are also being completed for re building the remainder of burnt district with brick buildings Sim Skeens and John Tom Taylor calaboose by Mar were landed In our ehal Lair charged with robbing Fords store in Casey The bloodhounds trailed them for miles to where they changed shoes Lair caught them at Burn side with the goods which still had the mark ofNr Ford who JdenUfi i1ed them They were taken to Liberty Later They have confessed and hope by doing so to secure a short time aeateece- C 1 c 4 Dont fail to attend camp meeting at Jumbo tabernacle Sunday Mrs V B Morse Is visiting J Roy Rose and family at Etowah Tenn Miss Cora Goodo is with relatives In Coving ton of If its clothing you need see our line 20 per cent discount on orders taken for Summer suits and trousers until July 31st Adams Droll Among the shipments of live stock from here last week were one car butch sie cattle by E McCormack shipped to ty Cincinnati RifTo Tucker one car lambs GJe and one car hogs BJ to Cc ter Frank Hodge of Liberty who sops from his wife one year ago last March Is now anxious to know where she and their six children are located an Any ono knowing their address will con fcr a lasting favor by advising him at LibertyA 140 acre farm one mile rom McKinney on pike with good five dwelling good barn everlasting water plenty fine fruit fine tobacco hemp land nearly all in grass Want to quit farming and will sell quick Address Box 101 Hustonvillc Ky Tho National Bank of this place at its regular meeting a few days ago do Glared Its semiannual dividend of 5 per cent and carried a small sum to undivided profits J W Powell was etectS ed vice president in place of T J tab bison deceased and J D Depp was made a director until the regular election January nextZ4B F McKinley Sr who died recently On in Lexington and was buried here had made his homo In this region for a good many years He was born In Ohio and at the age of 17y cars cross ed the Ohio river at Augusta Ky and of bought a small saw mill and began to operate it He continued this business until his health failed a year or BO ago His age was 67 and ho was self educated and a man of fine attainments In the sciences mechanical especially Ho was a man of quiet demeanor modest and retiring in his habits and uni a versally respected When tho silver question was agitated heroaome years ago ho was challenged to a public die cuHlon by a taw silver advocates Mc Kinley being a gold bug gladly ac cepted the challenge but the debate never materialized Wm H Wright for over 40 years an honored resident of this community died on the 8th Inst at his homo near Lexington aged 67 after long and pa tlent suffering with tuberculosis He leaves a wife and three sons and three daughters Ho was burled beside his parents in Hustonvlllo cemetery after beautiful and impressive and appropriate prayer services by Rev C R Blain and a song services by Huston villa quartette Mr Wright had never professed religion but his last words his faithful wife were The Lord has had mercy on mo Gods finger touched him and he slept Tho widow Mrs Marguerite Wright and sons and daughters desire to extend to Rev C R Blain and the singers their sincerest thanks for the loving services tendered their beloved father and husband rEveryone would be benefited by tak log Foloys Or ino Laxative for stomach and liver trouble and habitual constipation It sweetens tho stomach and breath gently stimulates the liver and regulates the bowels and Is much superior to pills and ordinary laxa tlves Why not try Foleys Orino Laxative today Stanford Drug Co The State of Missouri has finished the taking of testimony in the suit against the International vester Company of America The company will require at least two weeks to take testimony MIDDLEBURG Several of our people attended the Thompson trial at Liberty The blackberry is the only fruit crop we have here They are plentiful and the finest quality- R M Sharp who is cultivating his first crop of tobacco says he will not attempt a second crop of the weed Misses Lula AdamsMary Bryant lies Lee Willie Fogle and Bettie Royal and Mrs Laura Lee are attending the Institute at Liberty W T Coul and W T Miller are attending of court as jurors Alex Hicks died at his home two miles above town Monday night after by illness or some two weeks The news of his death came to us at a late hour this Tuesday morning and an extended notice is deferred till our next his Tho rain last Thursday completely shut out the memorial exercises at the grave of Dr J T Wesley A good crowd was expected and would have been present had tho weather been favorable Dr J G Carpenter was the only physician who had the courage to face the rain that fell almost continu ously from early morning till night a Dave Bastin W P Wesley 0 L of Wilson Henry and Thos West John ity Randolph and George Uaslin did jury in the Hugh Thompson trial at Liberty last week It was predicted here that the Thompson jury would bo tal made up from the ragged end of citi but such was not the case the contrary twas composed of good men BUODHEAD Born to Mr and Mrs Crls Stevens the Sayers neighborhood a boy Egbert Wallen requests us to say that it is a girl and not a boy at his homeIRev Goldsmith of Georgetown filled the pulpit at the Baptist church Sunday and Sunday night- J M Adams returned Monday from visit to relatives in Grant county Ho brought back with him a very fine buggy horse 1 A little child of G Lawrences was burled at the Methodist cemetery Tues day Rev A J Pike conducted tho funeral services Albright Adams are buying new wheat for JH BauRhnnn Co of Stanford and are paying 1 per bushel They want 12000 bushels Roy A J Pike went to Gravel Switch Thursday and performed a marriage ceremony uniting a Mrs Stevenson of Lebanon to Miss Lee Pipes of Gravel Switch A foot bridge will soon be built across tho river hero starting near Sowder Owens store and crossing just below the ford The stone for bailments area being gotten out at the famous Painter Sand Stone Quarry The bridge when built will be a long felt want supplied Life 100000 Years Ago Scientists have found In a cave In Switzerland bones of men who lived 100000 years ago when life was In constant danger from wild beasts To day tho danger as shown by A W Brown of Alexander Me is largely from deadly dlseasoIIIf It had not been for Dr Kings New Discovery i which cured me I could not have llv od he writes sufferlnng as I did from a severe lung trouble and stub born cough To euro Sore Lungs Colds obstinate Coughs and prevent Pneumonia Its the best medicine on earth 50o and tl Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Trial bottle free ssrRemember my child that this whip me more than it placeswith i IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Bryantsville voted for a graded school IOC to 32 W W Points of Plneville has been granted a patent on a book case Col William Hughes who used to run the Gilcher House in Danville is dead at Indianapolis- J D Holderman has moved to Dan ville from Somerset and opened an electrical supply house The residence in Corbin of W H Haney was burned Monday night All the contents were destroyed- J Lackey of the Todd Lackey Lumber Co of Richmond lost an eye a piece of timber striking him in the faceIn a row over a law suit at London Spence Bowling shot Alfred Gambell fatherinlaw twice and the wounded mans condition is serious Another suit was filed against Cherokee Ed by Mrs Pracilla Tew mey of Mercer who wants SI 000 for injuries received when the seats fellat the show at Harrodsburg three weeks agoAfter being out since last Thursday record holdout the jury in the cote George Foley charged with compile in the murder of Robert Smith reI ported Tuesday night the result being convlcltlonThe trial was heldat Barbourville POLITICAL i Squire Parsons has withdrawn from the race for mayor of Somerset William J Bryan has addressed a letter to President Taft asking him to allow the people to vote on popular election of SenlitorsIThe joint income tax ment resolution was passed by the by a vote of 317 to 14 The negative votes Were cast by Republicans It was decided at a conference at the White House that the rate to be levied under the new corporation tax shall bo reduced from 2 per cent to per cent and that duo consideration shall be given the demands of mutual life insurance companies Sees Mother Grow Young lilt would be Lard to overstate the wonderful change in my mother since she began to use Electric Bitters writes Mrs W L Gllpatrlck of Dan forth Me Although past TO she seems really to be growing young again Sho sutTered untold misery from dyspepsia for 20 years At last she could neither cat drink nor sleep Doctors gave her up and all remedies failed till Electric Bitters worked such wonders for her health They Invig orate all vital organs cure Liver and Kidney troubles induce sleep Impart strength andapiotlte Only 60c at Pen nys Drug Storo Oh what a tangled web we weave When first wo venture to deceive But when we understand the trick We get so we can do It slick petFoloys Honey and Tar not only stops chronic couphs that weaken the constitution and develop Into con sumption but heals and strengthens the lungs It affords comfort and re lief In the worst cases of chronic bronchitis asthma hay fever and lung trouble Stanford Drug Co R Hise McChesney aged 55 and prominent farmer of Caldwell county shot three times in an effort to kill himself but didnt succeed Prevontlcs those Candy Cold Cu qulcklycneckII and sect 4825e old by Pennys Drug- Store o md Meet Me At THE MIR JULY 6i 66 23ra Dressed in a Light TwoPiece HART SCHAFFNER MARX SUIT Silk Shirt Hanan Patent Oxfords Handkerchief Tie and Socks that Match a New Styled Collar and a Suit of Athletic Underwear Top it All Off With a Neat Straw Hat On Display atrr I+ n +t+N4+ t+1 tr q 4t-y Cummins Wearen f STANFORD KENTUCKY Abe Lincoln County national Dank Of StaMford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 4OOOOOO Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT1 J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH H C CARPENTERBOOKKEEPER- a HVYS FOSTER CLERK DIREOTORSI3fJ B Owsley Stanford S H John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T C Ranr TraylorkH Cummins Preachersville LilbumJGooch Gilberts Creek = rs The Interior Journal Eo c WALTON LEMONADE GRAFT It looks to a poor man who has to pay for everything he gets at a higher rate because of the tariff they put on the necessities of life that the Sena tors might pay for their lemonadesince they have increased their salaries 2 500 a year especially We are told however by the dispatches from Wash ington that for the month their lem onade bill which the people pay was 49004 It took 64 cases of lemons and seven barrels of sugar to make the cooling beverage The Hon Fontaine Fox Bobbitt used to make a strong point with the great common people when making his numerous races for the Legislature that if they would send him to Frankfort he would stop the waste of the peoples money to provide the water for the Solons in the dead of Winter Ho finally attained his ambition Mayhap if ho would make the race for Congress on a prom ise to cut out the many grafts of Con gressmen and could make the people believe that he could do it he might attain another ambition that has been smoldering in his breast for years WE dont know that he has any idea of appointing him but the word has gone out that Mr W P Walton of Lexington will be appointed by Gov Willson to succeed Gen Percy Haley as a member of the Board of Control The place has to be held by a democrat and of course we are anxious for our brother to land the plum believing he would fill the office with credit alike to himself and the State Mr Walton has never had the opportunity of proving his fitness for office because he has never held office He has spent his life with the boys in the trenches and it would be strange indeed if his first apt pointment should come from the party he has fought for years We hope Gov Willson will prove that he is a judge of men by naming Mr Walton for the responsible position DOWN in Tennessee where the con fessed murderers of Capt Rankin were saved from just punishment on the gal lows on a flimsy technicality discovered by the Supreme Court a man was given 11 months in the workhouso for murder The one doesnt seem more of a travesty of justice than the other The laws seem to be made to protect those who break them DR OSLER the man who became famous because of his suggestion that men having lived as long as useful be chloroformed at 60 has just reach ed the limit himself and there are those who expect him to take his own pre scription But he will doubtless say when asked why he doesnt that a doctor prescribes for other people not himself TUB Aldrich bill increases the duty on mof quito nets from CO to 150 per cent just as there is a great demand all over the country for protection against the onslaught of the terrible little insect But what difference does it make to the leaders of the g o p if they do bite us poor folks Tim Conference Committee decided to reduce the corporation tax to 1 per cent As the tax can not be collected for a year and probably not in two or three if the Supreme Court takes its usual time to decide such questions the corporations are not losing any sleep over the matter Tim Louisville Times is rivaling its morning contemporary the Courier Journal as a whisky advocate Had good old Mr Walter N Haldeman lived he would have had these papers ad vocating something better than the sale of booze by both wholesale and re tail AN Illinois judge has decided that a person who has just eaten garlic may be ejected from a theatre The leniency of the law and the compassion of judges are again demonstrated It could have as justly been decided that the offender might be killed THOSE Louisville whisky and beer people are having a time regulating the saloons of the Falls City If they will bide a wee the temperance people of Ken tucky will do the regulating for them by puttmg them out of business THE Society of Equity of which Con gressman J Campbell Cantrill is presi dent and the Burley Tobacco Society of which Clarence LeBus is president- are at outs and the war promises to be interesting A KANSAS preacher draws large crowds to his services by advertising that his sermons will not exceed 10 minutes in length Cant some of our local preachers take the hint TilE amount expended by the States last year for education was 325765559 and yet there are people still who say I taken he written it have you saw etc A PENNSYLVANIA man has just marred his motherinlaw showing that it doesnottake a war to demonstrate the heroism of some people AFTER 16 years experiment the South Carolina dispensary system father ed by Senator Tilman has been found neither to be desirable or helpful to good government Under it the State I alone was authorized to sell liquors either to private citizens ot to keepers It was devised in the tavernI est of temperance but graft ruption soon manifested themselves and many bloody affrays resulted Entire prohibition seems to be the only solu tion of the whisky curse A CHICAGO wife was granted a di vorce and half her husbands estate as alimony on the grounds of automobile cruelty The man would take her rid ing in his machine under n promise to go slow but as soon as they reached the country he would pull her wide open and they would fly so fast that telegraph poles looked like the teeth of a fine comb and she would go into a nervous collapse The penalty inflicted seems commensurate with the offense I MR BRYAN appeals dH to President Taft now that the income tax is to be sub mitted to constitutional amendment that he urge upon Congress to submit at the same time the question of the popular election of United States Sen ators pledging his aid to secure both The president will hardly heed the ape peal The election of U S Senators by popular vote is not popular with the class of Senators that he trains with IN the East the women suffragists are inducing young girls to sign a pledge that they will not marry any man who does not believe in woman suffrage or is unwilling to work for the cause It is just such foolishness as this that makes so many old maids in that sec tion The average youth had as lief marry a man as a woman who wants to usurp all the manly prerogatives even to wearing the pantaloons Tim proneness of judges and doctors to differ is shown in the fact that the highest Pennsylvania judicial tribunal has just decided that it is not libelous to call a man a grafter just after our own highest court has solemnly declar ed that it is a libel of the first water Blackstone says that law is the perfec tion of human reasoning but it seems to largely depend upon who are the reasoners NEWS NOTES Mrs Rachel Weathcrford aged 91ls dead in Casey John T Magowan a wealthy Montgomery county farmer is dead of acute IndigestionGreen was struck by a foul ball during a game at Whitesburg and seriously hurt Over 1000 saloons were put out of commission in Texas last week by the going in effect of the law limiting sa loons to one for every 500 population Attacked by three Negroes Sid Wal ler former police sergeant of Fort Worth Texas shot and killed two of his assailants and fatally wounded the thirdDetroit was selected by acclamation for the meeting place of the Grand Lodge of Elks in 1910 James U Sam mis of Iowa was elected grand exalted ruler The temperance people will contest the election held at Va which was won by the wets by 32 votes They claim that 125 illegal votes were cast by the wet side Prof William J Hart of Flemings burg has been elected principal of the Nicholasville graded fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Prof R G Lowrey Mrs William C Grant 75 years old and Miss Catherine A Baker 73 years old her sister have arrived at New York having made a trip around the world without escort It is estimated that the tobacco crop in the Green River district has been damaged from 40 to 50 cent by floods Plants in the lowlands are un der several feet of water The wife of W H Hankla is dead at Liberty She had been an invalid for five years Her maiden name was Wil kinson and she was a sister of Dink and G R Wilkinson prominent county citizens CaseyI Dont drug the Stomach or late the Heart or Kidneys That is wrong It Is the weak nerves that are crying out for help Vitalize these weak Inside controlling nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how quickly good health will come to you again Test it and seel Sold by Pen nys Drugstore Miss Cora Fields on hearing that her sister bad married their cousin Will H Corothers who had been at tentive to both young ladies shot and killed herself at the home of her uncle near Vernon Tenn Delay in taking Foleys Kidney Remedy If you have backache kidney or bladder trouble fastens the disease upon you and makes a cure more dllll cuh Commence taking Foleys Kid ney Remedy today and you will soon I be well Why risk a serious malady Stanford Drug Co I Baron Oskar Rothschild the young est son of Albert Rothschild head of the Austrian branch of the Rothschild house committed suicide at Vienna be cause of an unfavorable love affair A tickling or dry cough can be quickly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chlo roform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store w CHURCH MATTERS The Methodists are going to build a church in Zion City in 50 yards of Dowies grave The congregation of the First Chris tian church of Louisville will build a 125000 edifice Andrew Carnegie gave 750 to the Christian church at Madison Ind for the purpose of buying an organ I Dr Everett Gill pastor of the Bap tist church at Danville will preach at I ML Xenia Sunday afternoon at I oclockAll the members of the Methodist church are requested to come together ocllckIThe Kentucky conference will pro bably meet Sept 1st instead of Sept 8 The Paris people make request of change of date on account of their fair which is that week Subject at Methodist church Sunday morning Christian Character Tested by a Plumb LineAmos 77 Junior League and a jubilee meeting at 3 p M Senior League service at 7 P M No preaching at night at Methodist church but union services at the Christian church Preaching at 8 P M The first Christian church ofSel ma Is guilty of a most commendable act and one entirely worthy of emu lation For several weeks the congregation has been thinking of getting a pastor to servo when the resignation of Mr Elliott takes effect Out offttho large number of names before the official board the name Rev D Ml Walker an old Dallas county boy was chosen to serve the church This has not been the habit in the past but it is a good one tn adopt Generally home talent is allowed to pass by unnoticed It is so in everything almost Some men and women of Selma seem to delight in sending away to buy goods in oth er markets Some people seem to think that the further away a man is found the more efficient he is in service If some man can attach New York Chicago or St Louis to his name quite a large number of people get the idea at once that he is a big man and worthy of unstinted praise confidence and The Journal would be glad for the people to greatfoolsYork Chicago and St Louis as there are in AlaHattIesburg Miss or Marietta Ga And these Southern places abound with our own people If capable over all others Surely so and we are glad to know that all other names were brushed asldo and Mr Walker a home manchosen whom to bestow an honor and in whom to peopleSelmaAlabama The cleverest imitation of real Coffee ever yet mado in Dr Snoops Health Coffee It is fine In flavor and is made in just one minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Pennys Drug Store Weak Women To weak tod aiUn there II atleait on way to he1D But With that WIT two treatment rang be combined One II local one U coattlto tlonaV both Montlil Dr butyboWgNareoitztt LcQI Dr Shoopf Htftoratlve the Connltational Th lormor Dr Shoopl Night Cure it a topical iembranesuppodtoryremedrwldlDrSboopsf5ttoratlveis meat Th ReetoraUve reacbu throughout ths tetklnc the repair of all nerro all tlspand all blood ailments Cure M lu name lmptlMd x Irwork whll you liMP It soothes tore and Inflam ed mucous surfaces beali local reakneu and dlKharre while the KeftoraUre eases nervous amblUODjbuild SboopltetoraQv s to the mum For 5lUn local btlputeawU Dr ShopsNight CurePENNYS DRUG STORE amp AlijoDac Midi Summer Outing Under Personal Management of KyeEvening Gazette k Lexington Ky Going July 2O 19O9 Special Train of Pullman Sleepers leaves Lexington 630 r M 2250 Covers the cost and includes trans portation both ways one entire berth in Sleeper and ono full weeks board nt Camp Algonac Reservations Close July 12 Booklet Free Miss Ella May Saunders Local Representative Stanford Kentucky t BaD CARTER New Llverv Depot Street Phone OOi STANFORD KENTUCKY NOTICE The MeiCtnney Coal t Feed Co U now to the people with any grade men willerpeclnllySakenoticetoo the tile far low will buy coal for whea- tthraidngprice pcrbushel ranging front Veto 18c thcwi conU nro all gixxl iron mimes on the ltN Railway KO aoooltlgrT- YPEWAITEAS FOR SALE I I have on hand M Hughe Martin k Ooi tore In Stanford typewriter of varlou kind inch at tile Monarch t U Hinlth Fox Oliver llemlurftoti HmllhPremler etc thoroughly rebuilt 11m n good nv new Alto ell ro OnllInM AJOilNRONHtnnfordICy- SOAVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEERING I nm prepared todo nil klndi of nurveyln and civil engineering promptly My work will guaranteed and my are reasonable Write me nt or Mil mee over tho relephonethrough the Huitonvlll WAlrKll MOKINNKV Harry Jacobs Dvaler In nnd Manufacturer of Marblo and Granite Monuments Marker nnd Pom IVmetery and Lawa Vine nn l Scares Ofllco and works Me Klnney Ky The Truth Every person in this city who iuuf feting from Eczema Pimples Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanently cured by Zemo a clean liquid fo external use All durEfiists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE The McKinney Woolen Mills McKlnniy Ky Ii now In operation nnd li ready to en e the public In Jeans IJnteyi Blankets Planned Yarns Etc Will rltlirwork wool or exchange goods for It High et market price for wool I H WUIOIIT 1ror Small Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately my tarot of 6i acre in Lincoln county seven miles from Htanford and two mile rout Mnywood 011 troii hike In glad u ltarhaxid close to church rural route and Sy mile from chool house Land nil very pro ductlve S farm tn gnu balance In cultl ration all under good fence Comfortable houieof six room new barn and all other outbuldlnui Abundance of line water nm fruit of uli klllll JT IttvINflHTON IG H II No 1 Manford Ky FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A Sine blue gran torn for tale situated on Ibt near rulnt eavell and lx miles south of Lancaster 90 acre well located In rood neighborhood Iwltn part of the Walker tram with a hand tome new twoitory even room retldono tbereoiiwltlinlliiereituryoutbulldlnR ani never runningfallingthrough Tgasta5G cash In hand balance one and two years frotndayof tale bearing six per cent interest until paid Pertoni looking for iiuch place please write oriee W O WAIKKB Htanford JO PER CT REDUCTION CeB PltUITF- Morolnnd Kentucky For DO dny t In order to clean up on Mat Sing Druggeti Carpet Ktc Will give 10 per rent reduction Have tome rare bargains in millinery Houie big bargains Incloseouufawall paper Rlceselection of framed pictures Now It your time to buy n handsome mantle mirror Call and set them Choice selection of rockers Good line of bedt metal and wood metal and wool folding bedi crlbicoti mattreti ct springs council Davenport chain suit trunks extension tablet centre tables medicine cabinet glass sash doors Ac Vail and teeut uppllcHrvlcuO IL 1nOITT Morelnnd K- yDillwiddie Co Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We carry an uptodate line of goods INSURANCE AIIAHONYI- nsures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Lightning Fire Tornado LifeLive StockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses Which are paid without dis count Q LRDIEST f l OXftRDSt n We are overstocked in Ladies Tan LowShoes all of them 1andWALKOVER at 350 and UL TRAS at 300 for this sale are 225 Our 350 and 300 fI Ultra Black Low Shoes in the very neatest and newest lasts We price you now at 250 The Brockport 250 Black and Tan we price you at 185 I We have a beautiful dull top large eyelet 200 Black Oxford in large sizes 4 to 8 to close at 150 A lot of old styles in Ladies and Childrens at any price I H J McROBRTS I STANFORD KENTUCKY t G L Penny It 1 1 Coffey K II Coleman FOR HOT WEATHER HELP I TRY OUR Talcum Powderr Spongce Bath Brusher Toilet and Bath Soaps AND ESPECIALLY Our Ice CoM Soda Water with Jersey Cream arid Fine Fruit Flavors PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Preserving Kettles 1 Mason Jars Jar Gums and Porcelain Lined Tops You Will Need Them I We can Furnish Them W E Perkins Crab Orchard t I OUR LAWN FENCE ife Sv is a less expensive and better fence than wood Moroornamental dura bio andji time silver as you need no saw hammer and nails to keep it in repairCall at our store see the beautiful fabric and gates and let us show you the low prices on a good fence job GEORGE H FARRIS Stanforda f M 1You Spend Most of Your Life on ii Your Fet I and In your Shoes We are giving some wonderful bargains in Mens Vcr 1mews and Childrens Shoes Wo arc offering the wellknown Florehciln at very attractive prices 85 nd 80 Quality 8385 83 60 Quality 82 CO 83 00 Quality 82 35 Ladies Low Shoes In sizes 2 to 31 tt3 quality 8100 White and Grny t Canvas Oxfords 95c SEVERANCE SON STANFORD 1 The Interior Journal STANFORD KY JULY 10 1909 SPECIAL Joan of Arc 10 cent cigar wo will sell on Saturdays and Sundays only 5 cents straight ennyl Drug Storey DR L D COOK continues very ill MRS JOHN ELLIS is somewhat Im provedBROOKS DARKER is with Covington friends MRS II C DAUOHMAN Is rapidly convalescing MISS DOLLIB WlLCIlER is ill with typhoid fever MR J W HAYDFN of Paris wall hero MR M 0 VANDEVEER wen in Rich mond this week Miss GRACIE DISIION U visiting friends in Lexington MRS T S WEBB went to Frankfort t yesterday to visit friends Miss DELLA GODUY of Hustonvillo to visiting Mrs W F Diihon MRS A U ELKIN of Louisville i visiting her daughter Mrs R M Now 1 UndijiAiniNG AND SAMUEL HILL visits Mr Hill Spalding in Louisville this weekMR SAM SPOONAMORE has returned from a visit to Indianapolis Chicag and other cities I Dn J W SAMS of Muhlonburj ounty was here yesterday the guest of Dr G G Perry MRS II A PLEASANTS of Groom Texas is visiting her sister Mm J II Swopo in Danville MISSES DESSIE HARRINGTON and Eliza Thompson of Eubanki aro visit ing Mrs W F Dlshon MRS LULA CORMNEY and daughters Misses Sarah and Frances Cormney visited friends at Lancaster MR AND MRS CIIAS J KITCHEN JR of Ashland will arrive tonight trI viiit relatives during the fair Misa RUTH PUTNAM of Richmond will arrive tomorrow to bo tho guest of Miss Roberta OBannon during the fair- Maa1V D MASON and Miss Edna Mason of Lancaster pent Wcdnesda with Mrs M S Baughman and daugh tenMR J R CASS wife and children were down from Urodhead to sec Mr Lester U Hilton who has append citisI MARlS AND JOSEPHINB lIAR KINS of Prestonburg will arrivp Tues day to visit the Misses Baughman for tho fair MRS J E PORTMAN of Louisville l arrived yesterday to be present at the t burial of Mr A A Warren In oven his body ia found I MBRUCB and son Maurice of Stanford wore here yesterday adver tlslnir tho Lincoln County July 21 22 23 Liberty News MESSRS CURTIS GOVER of Cral Orchard and James P Goodo of Hustonville are serving as jurors In the U S court at Richmond MESDAMES J W CALLAIIAN and J tt P Thompson and children of Lebanon Junction aro visiting their parents Mr and Mrs Milton Warren MESDAMES N G TEVIS of MlMoula Montana and Alice Cloyd of Danville and Misa Hortcnse Dodd of Downs III were guests of Mrs James N Cash WE had a pleasant call Tuesday af ternoon from Della Godbey of the West End and Minnie Adams ol Middleburg who are attending the In BtituteUTTLB Miss Margaret Woods i Allun and Master Julian Allen of Millers burg will bo the guests of Little Miss Pear and Master Robert Embry during the fair MESSRS T T AND G T LACKEY of Lltchfleld III are visiting their father and sisters at Crab Orchard The latter and Miss Onhelia Lackey were guests of the family of Judge J W Alcorn I LOCALS JLIaREY cut glass at Muellers NOVELTIES in neckwear Cummins Warren WEDDING grate presents of quality at Muellers l TRY WilkinsSingletons country killed beet pork and mutton r Tim first day of August is the last day for filing dirt road claims Gco B Cooper county clerk TUB Lincoln County Fair Association thinks that after admitting ladles tree on the first day for the past three years it ia not asking too much of them to pay admission this year and they are 1 cordially invited to do sot NEW wash suits new wash coats and wash skirts Severance Son DOESNTbathroom Warner window remind you that you need one PRICES on Ladies Oxfords reduced See our windows Cummins Wearcn TAxi STho tax books for 1909 are now ready Come in and get your receipt T J Hill sheriff FOR SALE Two houses and lots am ono vacant lot In Crab Orchard Appl Dr A S Price Stanford TUB Thcatorium isgrowing moro popular each week Mr Greeneberg 1ft showing some highclass pictures now Better see them A people have accepted our suggestion to clean up for the fair and the best town on the map look better than it did the first of the week Lot tho good work continue THOSE owing Dr L B Cook will greatly oblige him by calling and sett ling with MrJohn II Shanks at as early a date aa possible The doctor is too III to call on those who owo him IMa I M DUNN Secretary of the Danville fair which will be hold Aug 3 4 5 and 6 has our thanks for a com plimcntary ticket which we will look forward with pleasure to using CASEY county people will hold a fnlr at Liberty Aug 25 20 27 This wil be good news to tho many Lincoln county people who had rather go to tho Liberty fair than tho big concern at Seattle TUB report that there would bo no flying dutchman at tho fair hero Is erroneous Secretary J F Cummin has contracted with an uptodate one which will bo on hand before our next issue is printed There will also bo an ocean wave for the benefit of the children IP Itev D M Walker turns dow that splendid call made him from the congregation of the largo and wealth Christian church at Selma Ala he will prove very conclusively his love and Rood feeling for his nock here whlc holds him in highest esteem Wo hop ho will decline with thanks DY R disagreement or a misundci standing wo know not which of thE trustees of tho Kingsvillo Grade School no tax can be levied this yeas and consequently there can bo nc graded school It is unfurluhuto the tho children of that section aro mado tc suffer because of wrangles and careless ness of school trustees Tho Kings villa people should get together and elect a now board G FVAUattANaadJ R Cunningham of Richmond Vn have bought a trac of land from C W Bohmer which ad joins tho Burley Loose Leaf Ware house on South Broadway and wil erect on it a largo factory for redryini tobacco They have already bought a rcdryor and havo about closed a den for a boiler and engine Tho whop plant will cost about 50000 Lexing ton Cor CourierJournal Mr Vaughan is a nephew of E C Walton of this place and is wellknown hero DROSYNEDThtMR AL WARREN sad news came Wednesday morning that Mr Albert A Warren had drowned Ir tho canal of Yellow Creek at Middles boro The canal is just back of hit borne and it IB believed that in his ef fort to get out some floating timbers ho fell in the swollen stream He was seen floating down stream and a rope was thrown to him which he caught but could not hold This was tho last seen of him and the supposition is that he drowned A searching party was made up at once and Yellow Creek was dragged for miles but at last accounts the body had jj jt been found Sir Warren moved with his family to Mid dlesboro from Stanford some five or six years ago and for some timo had been news editor of the NewsRecord He was about GO years old and a son of the late James R Warren He is survived by his wife who waa a daughter of Judge W R Carson a son Ernest Warren and daughter Miss Virginia Warren Ho also leaves a sister Miss Emma Warren of this place and a brother in Kansas Mr Warren was a member of tho Christian church and a clever and universally popular man His tragic death caused much sorrow here Tho body will be Brought hero for intcrrmont when found UNUSUAL CONDITIONS Goods advancing in the cities but going down at our store Too many goods and crowded for room is the reason for this Dont fail to graep this opportunity to save the 10 Per Cent Discount on any item purchased in our store besides the hundreds of items at 25 to 50 per cent discount This means more at this store because of the low price rule that is followed here I KY PERSONALS yesterdayI CLOTHES French cleaned Cook t Farmer LOST nHHuustonvillo and Stan ford yesterday a box containing ladys hat J D Swope Hustonvillo THE Q wfhlrun an excursion to Cincinnati Sunday at 150 for th roundtrip Train passes Junction City at G AoI FOR RENT Suite of rooms in Odd Fellows building just vacated by Hon J N Saunders Also storeroom in that building Ed Wilkinson FOR SALE New five room cottage lot contains one acre located in Crab Orchard For price Bud terms write Maurice M Perkins Crab Orchard Ky To SCHOOL TAX PAYERS AH people owing me back taxes must pay by Aug 1 1909 or they will bo advertised in INTERIOR JOURNAL and pay for cost of same Maurice M Perkins Crab Orchard Ky TilE L otfere a reduced rate ot one fare plus 25c for the roundtrip to the Lincoln County Fair which will beheld at Stanford beginning Wednrsdy week July 21st Tickets on sale from Richmond Lebanon Corbin and all intermediate points To MAMMOTH CAVE Lincoln county excursion to Mammoth Cave July 29th only 985 the roundtrip This Includes railroad fare board at the hotel and admission to the several routes of the cave going on regular train Same rate applies from all stations in the county Via Lebanon Junction One night for promenade and dance See L N agent AT Master Commissioners sale here Monday the Harris home on West Main street occupied by Rev D M Walker was bought by Mrs John F Gush for 3055 The Napier farm of 84 acres near Hustonville was sold to F M Yowell at 53 J W Peako and B F Cain bought tho Wilson Martin farm of 1G6 acres in tho Turnorsvillo section at 15 A M Feland bought 100 acres of knob land for 105 and F W Davis 54 acres fur 330 Tho Samuel Llndsa place near Crab Orchard was bought by J S Broughton for 8314 CIIAUTAUQUA STANFORD AUGUST 3RD TO STIJThe people of Stanton and Lincoln county have a treat in store for them in tho near future The pro hlbltion forces in Kentucky have hit I upon the novel way of tho Chautauqua to preach the Gospel of Tomporanc I throughout the State They will con duct about 50 Chautauquas in strategic centres for one week The very belt talent that they can command will entertain and delight their auditors with wisdom and wit as well as inspire then to heroic endeavors who want liberty and peace without license and degrada tion of manhood Among tho enter tainers will bo a cartoonist a humorist a quartetto and a family of musicians A largo tent located in a convenient part of the city will accommodate the large crowds that attend tho meetings There will bo two gatherings each day in the afternoon and evening A son son ticket will be only 1 Popular prices for each day or entertainment FRIEND OK TUB CAUSE TILE Teachers Institute opened July 12th at tho Graded School building and has so far proven to bo tho most suc cessful meeting for years Sixty three teachers are in attendance and there has been scarcely a failure to respond to work which has been assigned Tho greatest factor in determining this now spirit was without doubt the opening address of Instructor J W Ireland by which ho deeply impressed upon them their duties and responsibilities as teachers A number of trustees were present at the discussion of the new school law Monday afternoon but there was no sign of disapproval on the part of any of them Visitors of the Insti lute who hove been made honorary members are Mr Carpenter of Asbury College Wilmore Mr J G Yaden of the Suo pennett Memorial School of London Mr N B Sewell represen tative of Ginn Co Mr W P King tho agent for educational journals Mr Sewell especially deserves com mendation for his excellent addresses to the teachers during his visit The following committee on resolutions has been appointed by Supt Singleton Mr Caleb Newell chairman Miss Kate Bogle and Messrs I S Flanagan J- to Hays and W T White ROBERTA OBANNON SEC IDR I C DYE an aged and prom nent citizen and physician of Liberty is dead at an advanced age He served two terms as county clerk of Casey and for many years was identified with the best Interests of that county His wife and ono son W T Dye survive HORTON Mrs Mallnda Horton aged 74 died at 1Ii land Wednesday and was buried at Mt Moriah at 3 oclock yes terday afternoon She Is survived by the following Ions and daughters Al bert Everett Frank Mart and Joe Horton and Mesdames J W Cook and Dorcas Williams Tortured On A Horse For 10 years I couldnt ride a horao without being in tortuo from piles writes L S Napier of Rugless Ky when all doctors and other remedies failed Ducklens Arnica Salve cured me Infallible for Piles Burns Scalds Cuts Dons FeverSores Ec zema Salt Rheum Corns 25c Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Tho trial of Berry Simpson and oth ers for killing U S Marshal Mullins of Rockcastle is on at Richmond Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25c Uox Sold by Pen nys Drug Store J D Ends u colt by J Car roll Baileys Preston to die Wednesday night NOTICE ThnsnhavtngeIntmsagnIuttheetnteofMr properly proven to me by Aug a ivuo Iticii AR COlin Kxor Danville Ky FOR SALE I On easy term o 7room twottory house largo lot Rood table and other ncceisnry This U very dcilrable rest lience propert on Htnnlord Street Crab elrchanlKy Iorfurther Information ads drv i H C KINO Kntley Ala DRIPPING SPRINGS P O Crab Orclurd Ky pearaFisher MASONS MEET +Lincoln Lodge SoM FtAMwlllmeet-In stated communication on each first and third Monday nights otcnch month at 7au oclock In their hall on main itreeet Htan ford Ky Member of sister lodeet are Ira tlrnullY invited to be present T W lonntngton tle- eMILL FOR RENT Owing to lllhenlth and wanting to be nwny trout home tome this tuuimer I have decided to rent my uptodate Dlx Hlver Holler Mllli driven by water and team power loot location Mill In nritClass condition W n TIIAYLOIt H H D No 4 manfonl Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Ileildenco Phone 86 Office M Insure with mo and be fully protected ty ate = nfp g5 = 2 iXI = =I bro r t =0 g 1I8LI t= 90 c8w= so 0CYnDeDggo c tot c0 m PO E Qslm v-w H C to ciCI IJ l f W- n0 0 1 ii1 2 0- lidp yCi UJf 1 = C f a tr to 0 0- o I UtI a em m o = I III C C 0 = Cto Z rng 4 a IIJ g 2lfJ Uen 8 Iou C = l t w + tc 6OJ p if is jr = 0tI0 1t = too t 0 afl 1ig l- A g g rn 0 Im nC0 CI P = 1ft 4 tBey VI Co a- M 10 f gpttrgn I 3Rug Bargains I We have about seventyfive new Rugs that dont eecape the cut and next week is RUG WEEK 10 per cent discount from any of these pretty Rugs They arc in Velvet Moquctte and Smyrna J prices 8li toA 8350 Ices 10 per cent See our special Velvet Rug 27x54 at 8125 Big line of Matting Carpets Curtains and Shades at Cut Prices Ln Hughes T W Humble W O Mul Very Low Dont fail to see our Oxfords before buying We have the lowest prices on Oxfords ever known in Stanford in Pat ents Tans Vicis Oxfords c 350 Oxford Special 269 300 Oxford 229 250 Oxford 198 150 Oxford 119 125 Oxford 105 20 PER CENT OFF on all Childrens Slippers You willi find our prices on everything else in proportion to these HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY Blue Grass FairINCORPORATED Lexington Ky August 914 6 DIG DAYS AND NIGHTST- he 6Biggest and Bn the South 25000IN The Best Horse Show in America Splendid Display ofEvery Class of Live Stock 1000Saddle Horse Stake Excellent Automobile Racing Monday Aug 9 High Class Trotting and Running Races Daily Unexcelled Program of Amusement and Carnival Attractions 10Dig Free Acts Dailyl0 For Catalogue or further Information address JOUETT SHOUSE Secy Lexington Ky r i A CASiI STORE AFTER AUGUST 1ST Beginning Aug 1 1009 we shall go on a strictly CASH basis and give no credit whatever We are making this change for several excellent reasons and only after carefully considering all sides of the question We believe it will be in eVe ery way a distinct gain to our customers oven more than to ourselves- In a cash business all losses on bad accounts for whatever cause are and collection expenses are done away with there is no possibility of disputes and wrangles over accounts the merchant always has ready money to buy goods at the lowest spot cash prices and to profit by all discounts for cash To make up for these losses and various expenses we have been forced to charge enough for our goods to cover them by the profits Every store dos ing business on a credit basis must do thisor quit Tho people of this community want low prices they want us to meet outside competition to which they must pay cash We can do it easily on a cash basis in fact can guarantee you at least a good 10 per cent saying on your purchases compared with tho past of policy does not mean a sacrifice of quality or going back on tho standards wo have set ourselves In every single item we can and shall give you better goods for the same price or the same article for less This change too implies no question of or reflection on anyones ability to pay what he honestly owes or his willingnessIt simply gives us the means to serve all our customers better The generous patronage have given us wet appreciate we want you to continue it and it richly worth your much closer prices a cash business will enable us to quote MATT ENGLEMAN Mt Salem Ky Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE in Lancaster Stanford Hustonville and Brodhead H B NORTHCOTT Stanford 4 4 1 S The Interior Journal Jkfendtn the PottOffice at Stanford ell jondclaai mater L at N TIME TABLE No si Mouth nn PM No18 HoutbiiuiA x No It North tltO A u YFNo1rNortharf P x No 4140 p x JOS 8 RICE Agent FOR SALE lArge and small wheat corn and tobacco farm level rich and free from stone l8rge residences and barns good railroad tonne lion UAH offer bargain at iu to Sa IIn acre Long time paymentiI- 1LAKLKY Bowling Green Kr w Stock of Merchandise for Sale Ideslre to sell privately my itock of Oro tcilesand Hardware ItolnK II goon bust nets Will invoice about liJOO lleniau 1U health GKO fHOPIKU Stanford K- yAS PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Eczema is Curable Z E MO a scientific preparation fot external use Stops itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema quickly and is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine All Druggists Write for sample E W Rose Med Co St Louis Mo Pennys Drug Store When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by a tailor of ex perience Then your clothes whethern low price business suit or the finest evening clothes will have that Individuality and fit- which plainly Indicate they were made to yourmeasure I will also take your mean ure for extra trousers fancy tests top coats and overcoats Spring and Hummer samples on hand ready for your Inspection HO nUWEY The Tallor- tltantordKy ItchingSkin Diseases I Arc readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form- f Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo 6 L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I The farm of 110 acre of good blue grate land one mile North of McKlnneyon the Stanford pike Improvements and fencing good of water and fruit Also 123 acres of timbered land one mile Least of cleaner halt under fence plenty ot water nnd uood tobncco land Heo grow ngcrop JAaiVKNHAgentMcKlnneyKy CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE lean furnish the public with the beet as well as the freshest ot cut flower plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make n specialty ot wreaths Ira connection funeral Kith e thenbove I have nil kinds of vegetables on hand nt reasonable pricey OHIU9TMAN UUKKX HOUHKH ED HUIIIIAKD PROII Htanford Ky YOUR BuyWDDLHI- DESA I FURS GinsesgGaIJea are Dealers and can do better for than Agents or commtutou mttchanlJ- RcIttCl1C any Bank ta Louisville shipplM SABEL SONS C TU HCD IM 186t 229 E Market SL LOUISVILLE KY JLBeazieyCo DndeitaKera and Embalmer Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingeRugf They will exchange Furniture for all Kinia of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY JC McClary Vhrfertaker Embalmer and t oSsrIntfari0s Saddler STANFORD KY 0 Mwae 197 Home Pbpne Do i C J1 I IN MErfORIAM AmId the great changing scenes of life death has taken from us George L Carpenter By his death this organiza tion has lost a good friend a wise director and a faithful assistant He came to us while his father was super intendent and through all the years al though his business called him away he would come back and by his Inspiring talk and cherry words give us encour agement His life was one of service He served us faithfully and efficiently as assistant superintendent president of Christian Endeavor and as general director of our organization With every work that was for the upbuildlni of character and the cause of Christ he was identified When we were joyful he would rejoice when sorrow was our portion his was true sympathy as kindand gentle as a woman He was young but his advice was sought and his counsel heeded Too young was he to die it seemed- to us but he used the years well In early life ho became a Christian he was always good and up until his soul went into the land of life eternal ho never murmured his suffering was borne with patience His life is a monument to Christian manhood His heart was large the good he has done will never be known but every day we learn of some deed that shows his great sympa thetic heart- Physically he was not strong yet cold and sleet were heeded not when he heard of sorrow or distress Could each good deed be a stone and each kind act u cement we would rear a monument to the clouds But in our hearts we have a memorial more last ing than stone His influence will go on and on To the family we extend our sympathy but would remind them of the following lines which he so often quoted IISO live that when the summons comes to you The innumerable caravan that moves To that mysterious realm where each shall take His chamber in the silent halls ofdeath We go not like the quarry slave at night- Scourged to his dungeon but sustained and soothed By an unfaltering trust approach our grave Like one that wraps the drapery of his couch About him and lies down to pleasant dreams For him death was but a doorway IIhouselofhim but through our tears we can look up and say Thy will be done MORELAND UNION SUNDAY SCHOOL FARMERS nKPARTMENT New wheat is selling at 117 in liar din county July wheat went to 127 at Chicago WednesdayJ has several good brood mares for sale For Sale six Southdown bucks J C Lynn Stanford FOR SALETwo hornless bulls black and red J E Bruce Stanford FOR SALE450 No 1 stock ewes extra good E T Pence Stanford S II Baughman sold to a Tennessee pirty a fine young jack by S T liar rii great breeder Billy Keene for 625 EWES FOR SALE5oo ewes bought in Wayne and Russell counties No Western ewes in the lot Coulter S Mc Cormack Middleburg Ky Fire of unknown origin destroyed a large tobacco warehouse at Milton to gether with 10000 pounds of good Bur ley leaf tobacco prizes and ether uten sils Advices from various sections of Hopkins county are to the effect that 3 000000 pounds or onehalf of the tobac crop in Hopkins county has been ruined by the recent rains and will be a total lossA dispatch from Lexington states that It is rumored that the Kentucky Burley and Equity Societies are on the verge of open war which may result in rival pools being formed for the con trol of the tobacco crop of the white Burley district If people with symptoms of kidney or bladder trouble could realize their danger they would without loss of time commence taking Foleys Kidney Remedy This great remedy stops the pain and the Irregularities strengthens and builds up the organs and there Is no danger of Brights disease or other serious disorder Do not disregard tho early symptoms Stanford Drug Co Twelve more deaths due to tetanus as a result of the Fourth of July cele bration have been reported throughout the country This brings the total deaths due to observance of Independ ence day from all causes up to 114 A Night Riders Raid The worst night riders aro calomel croton oil or aloes pills They raid your bed to rob you of rest Not so with Dr Kings New Life Pills They never distress or Inconvenience but always cleanse the system curing Colds Headache Constipation and Malaria 23c at Pennys Drug Store John Mason dropped dead at his home agar LibertyIF R rFi+ rt The Great Dani1ieAllg545M6 Four Days of Pleasure and Entertain ment Premium List Best Ever Offered in this Section Best Fair in Central Kentucky 3500 Will be Given Away in Premiums and Purses Excursion Rates on all Roads Special Train to and From Somerset Each Day TRAIN SCHEDULE FROM SOMERSET NORTIIIIOUNn Leave Somerset 021 am Science lull 041 and Pulaski n4nnl Eubanks 057 all- lraIIc burg 1004 am Kings Mountain 1011 am South Fork101i am SfcKinney 1026 am Moreland 1035 anI Bowen 1040 am Junction Cit1040and Arrive in Danville 106i am I EOtrrIInOOND Leave Danville 000 pm Junction City 6OS pm Bowen 613 pal 618 pm MorolnnilMcKinncy 627 pm South Fork 633 pm Kings Mountain 641 pin Wnyuesburg 618 pro Kubauks 155 pm Pnlaski 704 pill 111111Arrive T B BRIGHTPres L M DUNNSec BEGINNING JULY 1st ahec CJWILL SELL ROUND TRIP TICKETST- O Norfolkand All Rail O D S S Co New York Cily 28 00 3000 Atlantic City 25 50 VIA Norfolk and- O D S S k N Y A Park NJ5 23 80 t 3000 Long Branch NJ 23 80 30 00 Ocean Grove N J 2380 30 00 Spring Grove NY 23 80 3000 SeaGirtNJ 23 80 30 00 CapeMayN J to 26 IS Ocean J 2S 80 GOOD 30 DAYS LIBERAL STOPOVERS On tale every day Round trip Tickets New York and Boston rail and water going one route and returning another Good 30 days stopovers allowed Roundtrip tickets to all mountain and summer retorts Good Oct 31 Old Point Comfort and return July 27 and August 21 Tickets good ct O 15 days Stop over allowed on return tripPJ O vf 600overFor full information call on or address CEO W BARNEY D P A Ticket office Phoenix Hotel Lexington Ky William M Ycnt City Ticket Agent Use AraolisHandMaie Buggies There are plenty cheaper buggies but there are none better Buggy painting firstclass work 810 phaetons 812 surreys 814 antI up accord ing to the size Per set buggy steel tires best quality at 360 Buggy tops recovered in 30 ounce rubber at 88 Buggies recoveredand relined at 810 Buggies recovered in leather and reliued for 825 Rubber tires tho best on the market and the lowest prices Goodyear and Kelley nt 814 Best Goodrich at But We solicit your trad- eR M ARNOLD DANVILLE KY j i s tflCaw n e er n S4e I CUT PRICESAll Summer goods must lo sold at Cost Wo arc overcrowded and must make room for our Full stock of new fresh goods Note the prices sirens Suits were Selling at 822 CO now 814 48 Mcna Suite wore Selling at 818 00 now 12 08 Mens Suits were Selling at 815 00 now 10 08 Mens Suits were Selling ut 812 GO now 8 Ulf Mens Suits were Selling at 810 00 now 7 48 Mcna Suits were Selling at 8 7 60 now 448- Mens i tiLow Shoes were Selling nt 84 00 riow 8125 Mens Low Shoes were Selling nt 83 CO now 2 08 Mens Low Shoes were Selling at S3 00 now 2 88 Melts Low Shoes wore Selling at 82 JiO now 1 OS Ladies Low Shoes were Selling at 83 50 now l2 38 Ladies Low Shoes were Selling nt 83 00 now 2 10 Ladies Low Shoes were Selling at 82 50 now 4 08 LadiesLow Shoes were Selling at 82 00 now 1 38 Ladies Low Shoes wcro Selling at 81 CO now 1 10 Straw Hats 81 CO Value now 808 Straw Hats 82 00 Valuo now 1 S8 Straw Hats 83 00 Value now 2 24 Straw Hats 83 CO Value now 2 08 SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY The Guessing Contest on Our Soap Window is Increasing Dont Miss ItrWSH HIGG1NS Stanford KentuckyJ I have just received car of OLD I1ICKOHV WAGONS the wagon on the market for the money Sec them before buying as there hosIteen n great improvement in their construction E T PENCE STANFORD MILLINERY I The Charles Wheeler Emporium r Hustonville Ky l Invites you to the largest MILLINERY SE LECTION we have ever shown Styles up to time minute Prices beyond competition Wo also state that our Spring Lino is now complete To save money como and ace and be convinced Our Spring Lino of Shoes for Ladies Misses and Children and our line of Gents Shoes will certainly please Ilanan mid Walkover lines are hummers and are strictly reliable Yours for an honest deal- CIIARiE9 WHKGLKU Pirsl 7atonaI2aiik dlaniorcl k7IOrjramxftt S82 Capital Stock ISo 000 Surf tut and WnJvitfit ffroHt S2O 000 jffas paid in 7iuidendt since Organization S2fJ 500 noils 9ou Jfcoounts on Our V7ftrH 1 VE 0The Interior Journal b JMeredin tu PottOffice oi Stanford cu matter L N TIME TABLE Xo HouthllJ FM No se rtoutb I1al A u No 14 North UfO A n No 21 North 537 P X No 17 lOIn A X NO xille 11 JOS 8 RICE Agent J FOR SALE lirge nnd tmnll WhlRt corn and tobacco Jaime level rich nnd free from atone large retldcncig sod barns Rood railroad connection Can offer n bargain at Jtt to JW an Acre Longtime payments ULAKLKY Howling Green Ky Merchandisekfor IdMlre to sell privately my stock QI Gro ceries and Hardware Doing a good bust ness Will invoice about troo Reason 111 health GKO D HOPrKU Stanford Kyi AS PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY KOffice over McRoberts Drug Store in i the Owsley Building Eczema is Curable Z E M 0 a scientific preparation foi external use Stops Itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin i diseases Eczema quickly yields and is permanently cured by this remarkable Write for sample EWRoseMedCoSttouisMo Pennys Drug Store i When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by a tailor of ex perlence Then your clothes whether low price business suit or the finest evening clothes will have that Individuality and tit tokure for extra trousers fancy vests top coats and overcoats Spring and Summer samples on band ready for your Inspection HO UUPLKY The Tailor Stanford Ky Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form of Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I The farm of HO acre s of good blue grassland lying one mile North of McKinney on the Stanford pike Improvements and fencing good plenty of water and fruitw Also 123 acres of tlmt red land one mile Last of McKlnney half under fence plenty of vraternnd tobacco Innd See grow AgenttCUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I 1 can furnish tho public with the best OR well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes- In connection with the above I have nil kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable S F prices OHIUBTMAX UKEX HOUHKM KD HuJtiiAitn 1Kon- Stanfordi Ky wtUlnDL HIDES FURS 4fGinsengCohen1 we Dealers and can do beUtrforyou than agents or comm merchants Rcfence any Bank in Louisville shipkiL SBEt SONSE- IUIIJOHD IN feat 229 E Market SU LOUISVILLE KY 1 II JLBeazleyCoJ UndeitaEera and Embalm sri Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugf They will exchange Furniture fo- rtl Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClaryT ViMtortaker Embalmer and I l iriler InKaraess laddlef STANFORD KY t Ies hone 1ST Rome Phpne 6 q tt- l IN MEMORIAM Amid the great changing scenes of life death has taken from us George L Carpenter By his death this organlza tion has lost a good friend a wise di rector and a faithful assistant He came to us while bis father was super intendent and through all the years ale though his business called him away he would come back and by his inspiring talk and cherry words give us encour agement His life was one of service He served us faithfully and efficiently as assistant superintendent president of Christian Endeavor and as general director of our organization With every work that was for the upbuildinj of character and the cause of Christ he was identified When we were joyful he would rejoice when sorrow was our portion his was true sympathy as kind and gentle as a woman He was young but his advice was sought and his counsel heeded Too young was he to die it seemed- to us but ho used the years well In early life he became a Christian he was always good and up until his soul went into the land of life eternal he never murmured his suffering was borne with patience His life is a monument to Christian manhood IllS heart was large the good he has done will never be known but every day we learn of some deed that shows his great sympa thetic heart- Physically he was not strong yet- cold and sleet were heeded not when he heard of sorrow or distress Could each good deed be a stone and each kind act a cement we would rear a monument to the clouds But in our hearts we have a memorial more last ing than stone His influence will go on and on To the family we extend our sympathy but would remind them of the following lines which he so often quotedSo that when the summons comes to you The innumerable caravan that moves To that mysterious realm where each shall take His chamber in the silent halls of death We go not like the quarry slave at night- Scourged to his dungeon but sustained and soothed By an unfaltering trust approach our grave Like one that wraps the drapery of his couch About him and lies down to pleasant dreams For him death was but a doorway through which he passed into the house of many mansions We shall miss him but through our tears we can look up and say Thy will be done MORELAND UNION SUNDAY SCIIOOL FARMERS nRPARTMENT New wheat is selling at 117 in Har din county July wheat went to 127 at Chicago WednesdayJ has several good brood mares for sale For Sale six Southdown bucks J C Lynn StanfordIFOR SALETwo hornless bulls black and red J E Bruce Stanford FOR SALE450 No 1 stock ewes extra good E T Pence Stanford S H Uaughman sold to a Tennessee pasty a fine young jack by S T liar rhogreat breeder Billy Keene for 623 EWES FOR SALE COO ewes boughtin Veyne and Russell counties No Western ewes in the lot Coulter S Mc Cormack Middleburp Ky Fire of unknown origin destroyed a large tobacco warehouse at Milton to gether with 10000 pounds of good Bur boy leaf tobacco prizes and ether uten lib Advices from various sections of Hop kips county are to the effect that 3 000000 pounds or onehalf of the tobac crop in Hopkins county has been ruined by the recent rains and will be a total loss A dispatch from Lexington states that it is rumored that the Kentucky Burley and Equity Societies are on the verge of open war which may result in rival pools being formed for the control of the tobacco crop of the white Burley district If people with symptoms of kidney or bladder trouble could realize their danger they would without loss of time commence taking Foleys Kidney Remedy This great remedy stops the pain and the irregularities strengthens and builds up the organs and there is no danger of Brights disease- or other serious disorder Do not disregard the early symptoms Stanford Drug Co Twelve more deaths due to tetanus- as a result of the Fourth of July cele bration have been reported throughout- the country This brings the total deaths due to observance of Independence day from all causes up to 114 A Night Riders Raid The worst night riders are calomel croton oil or aloes pills They raid your bed to rob you of rest Not so- with Dr Kings New Life Pills They never distress or Inconvenience but always cleanse the system curing Colds Headauhe Constipation and Malaria 25o at Pennys Drug Store John Mason dropped dead at his home near Liberty v e2a6nrISt1 44txsak Ot n The Grea- tDanville Fair Aug 3 4 5 and 6 Four Days of Pleasure and Entertain ment Premium List Best Ever Offered in this Section Best Fair in Central Kentucky 3500 Will be Given Away in Premiums and Purses Excursion Rates on all Roads Special Train to and From Somerset Each Day TRAIN SCHEDULE FROM SOMERSET NOfITJlIlOusn Leave Somerset 920 am Science Hill 941 am Iulaski 947 am Eubanks01G7 am- Wayueaburg 1004 am Kings Mountain 1011 am South Fork 1017 a- mMcKinney1026 am Moreland 1085 am Bowen 1040 am Junction City 1046 am Arrive in Danville 1057 am gouTiiitouvn Leave Danville 100 pm Junction City60S lint Bowcu 613 par Moroland 018 pm McKinney 62i pm South Fork G33 pnt Kings Mountain 641 pm Wnynesburg G4R pm Kubanks 155 pm Pulaski 704 pit Science Hill 70t pm Arrive at Somerset iHI pm T B BRIGHTPres I M DUNNSec BEGINNING JULY 1st Xhe C cS CJWILL SELL ROUND TRIP TICKETST- O Norfolk and All Rail O D S S Co New York Cly 28 00 30 00 Atlantic City tff 2550 Via Norfolk cad n Y- AsLuIParkNl t 23 80 3000 23 80 3000 Ocean Grove N J23 80 30 00 NY to 23 80 30 00 SeaGirtNj 2380 3000 Cape J I 26 15 Ocean CityN J2580 GOOD 30 DAYS LIBERAL STOPOVERS On use every day Round trip Tickets New York and Boston rail and water going one route and returning another Good 30 days stop oven allowed Roundtrip tickets to all mountain andsummer retorts Good Oct 31 50I51600overFor full information call on or address GEO W BARNEY D P A- LexingtonTicket office Phoenix Hotel Ky William M Yent City Ticket Agent Use Arnolds Hann Mane Buggies There are plenty cheaper buggies but there are none better Buggy painting irst class work 810 phaetons 812 surreys 814 and up accord lug to the size Per set buggy steel tires best quality at 350 Buggy tops recovered in 30 ounce rubber at 88 Buggies rocovered and relined nt 810 Buggies recovered in leather and relined for 825 Rubber tires the best on the market and the lowest prices Goodyear and Kelley at 814 Best Goodrich at 810 We solicit your trade R M ARNOLD DANVILLE KY tpfkt Jllr etNc dP rsimMil d It lllll r Pt 0 I CUT PRICESAll Summer goods must be sold nt Cost Wo are overcrowded and must make room for our Full stockof now freah goods Note the prices blend Suits were gelling nt 22 50 now 814 48 Mcna Suits were Soiling at 818 00 now 12 OS liens Suits were Selling at 815 00 now 10 08 Mens Suits were Selling at 812 50 now 8 Q8 Mens Suits were Selling nt 810 00 now 7 18 Mens Suits were Selling nt 8 7 50 now 4 48 u I Mens Low Show were Selling nt 84 00 liow 83 25 Mens Low Shoes were Selling nt 83 60 1I0Wf 2 03 Mens Low Shoe were Selling nt 83 00 now 2 38 Mens Low Shoes were Selling nt 82 fiO now 1 03 Ladies Low Shoes we o Selling nt 83 50 now 238 Ladies Low Shoes wcro Soiling nt 83 00 now 2 19 Ladies Low Shoes were Selling at 82 50 noivx 108 Ladies Low Show were Selling nt 82 00 now 138 Ladies Low Shoes wcro Selling nt SI 50 now 1 10 Straw late 81 50 Vnluo now 8 OS Straw hats 82 00 Value tow 138 Straw lists 83 00 Value now 2 24 Straw Hats 83 60 Value now 2 OS SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY The Guessing Contest on Our Soap Window is Increasing Dont Miss It WIH HIGGINS Stanford KentuckyJ I have just received car of OLD HICKORY WAGONS the lies wagon on the market for the money See thorn before buyingas there line been a great improvement in their construction E T PENCE STANFORD KY MILLINERY The Charles Wheeler Emporium M Hustonville Ky Invites you to the largest MILLINERY SE LECTION we have ever shown Styles up to the minute Prices beyond competition Wo also state that our Spring Lino ia now complete To save money come and see anti bo convinced Our Spring Lino of Shoes for Ladies Misses and Children and our line of Gents Shoes will certainly please lltinan mid Walkover linoa are hummcra and are strictly reliable Yours for an honest deal- CnArtri i WlIKKLKR 7irst Tfational tank Stanford yIOrjfanigatt SSf Capital f llA ISo 000- furplul and WnttMdiit Profit S2OOOO fat paid In l7ioldondsInes Organization 2ft 500 fnvito 9IIUJ Jfccounts on Our TJfirlli OFFICERS J S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberti Cashier- H C Baughman Asst Cashr WWSaunderjBookVeeper r 1 F Reid DlflECTORLJM D Elmore H C lI- S T Harris no B OBannon J S Hocker CvE Tate o I J c