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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rJ 1- i THE INTERIOR JOURNALI VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 27 1910 NO 26 ANOTHER BANK FOR STANFORD 1 State Bank And Trust Company Organized Here With Prominent i Men Behind It Stanford is to have another bunk to be known as tho Stato Bank Trust which will make the third In 1Compeny ninth in Lincoln county A meeting of the promoters was hold Wednesday night when plans were 4 practically completed for tho organiza tion of the now financial institution w14 McCarTy will be president it is understood Ji S Rice vicepresident and JW lIutctson cashier A di rectorate composed of some of tho best known farmers and business men of the community will bo chosen and the promoters i feel that tho now Institution starts off with every augury of success The capital stock will be 50000 The new officers chosen are too well known to need discussion Mr McCar I ty is sheriff of Lincoln county Mr Kice is agent horn for the L N and Mr Hutchison is now cashier of the bank at Brodhead Ilockcastle county All throe are splendid business men with a directorate behind them will make splendid backing for the new bankThe bank will bo a state institution And bo authorized to act in fiduciary ca pacities operate n savingsdeparttment I paying interest on deposits A location for tho banking house has not yet been It is said that negotiations are pending for thv leue ot the vacant storeroom the Odd Fellows build ing Danville U M Herndon sold to J M Elder of Springfield 160 acres of his farm in the Shelby City section at 95 J Adams the druggist who t has been quito ill has about recovered and is again at his post of duty Bryan B Carpenter of Decatur Ala who has been at Indianapolis Ind on business stopped over In Dan villa last night to visit his slater Mrs Robert L Salter boforo returning home Rustell P Brown son of Dr E J Brown of Stanford has been in the city a few days gaining knowledge from the experts in reference to running the new Flanders runabout his father recently bought from the Dan villa Ice Coal Co Adrocalc W V Richardson gave a charming dinner party aa the Gllcher Hotel Sun day complimentary to Miss Julia Me Goodwin Seelbach queen and King respectively of the val Covers were for twelve and Mr Rlchanlsona guesta included Miss McGoodwln and A D Wingatc Miss Edith Ellwanjit and Louis Seelbach Miss Isabella South and William Seelbach Miss Kathleen Foley and Thornton Ma eon Guy Hundey and wife U Beale Dank and Mr Richardson The table decorations were evergreens and carna tions Mesdames Ike Dunn Robert Salter John S Wells and John S Baughman weet to Stanford to attend tho reception given to Mrs Thomas II Shanks by Mrs James II Baughman Hubble The comet scare is about over J T Roberts is building a tobacco barn for L P Weaver T C Rankin is assisting D F Rankin in putting the roof on his tobacco barn We are not surprised at J T Hack ley belnglopposod to the bridge across Hanging Fork but we think those peo pie back there ought to have a bridge as they are in the Hubble school dis trict and belong to the church here and when thecreek is up which Is fre quently the case they can get to neith er school nor church We do not think the fiscal court need ask Mr Hack Icy or any one else about such a nnecessity It as this After the first Sunday in June there a will bo preaching at the Christian chnrch the first and third Sunday in each month Squire McKechnle is putting up a fence around his front yard Itching Eczema Washed Away i la it worth 25 cents to you to atop that awfu agonizing itch 7 Surely you will spend 25 cents on your druggists recommendation to cool and heal and I soothe that terrible itching eruption T By arrangement with the D D D t Laboratories of Chicago we are able to make a special offer of a25 cent bot t tie of their 011of wintergreen compound known as D D D Prescription Call write or phone Shugars Tanner We absolutely know that the itch is stopped at once by D D D Prescrip tion and tho cures all seem to be per manent Shugars Tanner Breathe Hyomel and kill the catarrh r germs heal the inflamed membrane stop the discharge of mucous and for ever rid yourself of catarrh Guaran teed by G L Penny Complete outfit 1100 Mrs G W Camden Dies Suddenly of Heart Disease at her Home in West End Mrs G W Camden aged 58 died very suddenly at her home In the Mil evenmgSheate a hearty supper A few seconds afterward she became ill and died 10 minutes later Heart disease is sup posed to have caused her demise She is survived by her husband and and several children Mrs Camden moved with her family from Rowland to to the West End a few weeks ago Decoration Day Next Monday To Be Observed Here By Postoflke and Banks Monday is Decoration Day a national holiday It will be observed In Stan ford by the postolfice and rural route carriers Sunday hours will be observed at the office and the rural carriers will not go out The banks will as usual be closed but otherwise business will go on much the same in tho city There are so few Union veterans buried here that no especial decoration exercises will be carried out save by the colored veterans who have been wont to parade through town that da- yBuried Here Mrs Susan Ragan Formerly Of East End Dies In Jessamine Mrs Susan Ragan who many years ago resided in the East End of this county died at her homo In Nicholas yule and was buried in Buffalo cemete ry here Wednesday morning after fu neral services by Rev E H Pearce of Lancaster Her husband died many years ago but three sons all preachers survive tho good woman Deceased was 82 years old and had been ill along time with cancer Middleburg Green river goton a high last week and our mails were delayed somewhat tor two days Things are straightened out again and will likely run all right for a few days at least Ben Patterson who was given a10fine and five days in jail in the magis trates court hero and was given 10 day II to or rcplovy took leg ball a few days since and went sight seeing in CincinnatiAt term of the fiscal court on Friday May 20 contracts for building a bridge across the river at the Elliott ford between here and Yosemite and one across South Fork at Phil were awarded the Champion Bridge Compa of Wilmington Ohio There were a number of bids on these contracts but the Champion Co being the low acceptedGeorge Luther GilpIn with a razor as were on their way to church Sunday night making an ug ly gash In Young Gilpin was brought here Monday morning his wounds were dressed by Dr Creech A warrant of arrest has been issued for Huff and the case wlllUkelrbo tried soon and then tho report ed Rees Luster and Mrs Laura Lee will take in the Sunday school union at Eu banks Sunday Mesdames Jason Cof fey and Joe Elliott spent Sunday with HenryToombelar ounjt men of tho New Salem section are making frequent visits to this place A couple of young ladies on the Liberty pike are said to the attrac tion Jack Wells and Hart Coffey went to Liberty Monday E L Gadberry is tho only one of our old citizens who to have come in contact with Halley a comet Ho Is wearing his head done up in absorbent cotton and his physiognomy la not very pleasant to look upon Elzie is a first rate fellow though and will be all right soon He came in contact with the business end of a Stanford baseball player CainWarren On Wednesnay evening last Mrs G W Cain was united in marriage to W H Warren of Lincoln county Tho bride Ja the widow of G W Cain and one of Somersets most popular nurses at which she made a success and the people of this city and vicinity will miss her loving and tender care which she administered so freely We congratulate Mr Warren in winning such a prize He is one of Lincolns most prosperous farmers and mer chants Rev Kenney officiated They left for tho South where they expect to spend ten days and then return to Lincoln county where they will make their future home Somerset Times Talked Out in Meetin t singIng An old brother who dont go much on solos duets and chants arose in the congregation and asked the minister if they had turned the church into a vau deville theatre It is needless to say that the singers and many members were flustered and they will keep an eye on the old brother in the future1 Harrodsburg Republican 320000 More Taxes Placed Upon People of State By Board of Equalizatign The total increase in the assessed value of property in Kentucky as equal Ized by the State Board of Equalization is 61000000 which will yield 320000 additional revenue to the State as compared with the assessments made by the county assessors Auditor James is sending out to the sheriffs of the 118 counties of the Stato notices showing tho amount that is charged against each sheriff under tho equalization assessment andthe sher- Iffs will begin collecting taxes as soon as they get these notices No taxes can bo collected Until these notices are received No raise was made In Lincoln county the assessment of the local board of supervisors being accepted Many neigh boring counties received stiff raises Malt MeadI Put On List of Intoxicants By Lex ington Police Judge Malt Mead can not be sold in Lexing ton on Sunday This is the ruling of Judge Butler T Southgate made In po lice court Molt Mead is claimed to be a nonintoxicant and it is sold all thro the South in prohibition counties and States Judge Sou gate in his ruling stated that ho would consider the liquor an intoxicant and would rule that any sale of it on Sunday would be a violation of the Sabbath closing law Malt Mead resembles the real beer very much The only difference in its appearance bottle and all is the label It Is claimed that some saloon men have been using Malt Mead labels on bottles of real beer although this has not been proved Lexington Leader Short Local News NEW lot of picture moulding W A Tribble i r I LOSTWhite bulldog Reward for return to Bledsoo Bailey ATTEND E 0 Walton sale tomorrow Saturday May 28th at 2 p m TEN pairs Homing pigeons for sale well mated and beauties Thomas Cole man 2C2 JUST received a car load of American I fence Its the best made George II Ferris ON Friday and Saturday I will sell every trimmed hat at a great reduction Come early and get first choice Ella May Saunders CIRCUIT CouRr convened here this week but as only equity cases are bo Ing heard there is little of interest to chronicle Throughefforts Senator Brad Cityhas elon from 12 to2tpee month FOR SALE Few nice Buff hatchingMrsD No1 FOR SALEOliver typewriter No5- E C Walton FOR SALEUnderwood r typewriter almost new Will sell cheap Sever anco Son FOR BALEGolden Oak Princess Dresser and folding bed Both good as new Mrs J S Rife Stanford 234 1 LOST red female fox hound with white feet and white tip on tail HackleyJrCARPETSfurniture mattings etc will be disposed of at E C Waltons sale tomorrow Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock Ipyou will kindly and promptly pay your bill then 1 can pay bill 1 owe him because says ho can not pay his bills until ho hears from me Ella May Saunders Hollistera Rocky Mountain Tea tones the stomach stimulates the lazy liver strengthens the bowels and makes their action easy and natural The beet tonic for the whole system 35 els Tea or Tablets Shugars Tanner Garrard Man Dies In West News has been received by Garrard relatives announcing the death of John M Orand at Waco Tex but a former Garrard county resident Mr Orand was stricken with paralysis death fol lowing after three days He was about GO years of age- Shall Women Vote If they did millions would vote Dr remedytorged feelings backache or headache con I stipation dispelling colds imparting ap petite toning up the system they are unequaled Easy safe sure 25c at Pennys Drug Store I Mad Dogs Causing Quite a ScareEld Liv I ingston Kills One Mad dogs are causing qutle a scare in the Crab Orchard section of the county Several have been killed and a large number of other canines have been bit ten it is reported so tbat there is no telling just how far the dread malady may have spread Elder J G Livingston writes that he killed a dog suffering with the rabies on his front porch just after he had bitten a number of dogs in the neighborhood For Mrs Shanks Many Delightful Affairs Are Being Given This Week The second In the series of delightful receptions which are being given for the bride of the hour Mrs Thomas H Shanks was given by Mrs James H Baughman at her elegant country home Tuesday afternoon The handsome house was made even more inviting with appropriate decorations It was illuminated with many crimson can delabra in old fashioned candle sticks and made very cozy and comfortable in contrast to the severe rainstorm which came up during the afternoon Nations were played and a twocourse luncheon was served afterward At luncheon time a brides table was pre pared an oldfashloned mahogany table decorated with crochet mats and a huge bunch of carnations in the centre which was afterwards presented to the brideThose assisting tho charming hostess in receiving besides the guest of honor Mrs Thomas Shanks were Mrs Shel ton Saufley and Mrs D M Walker Crab Orchard The closing exercises of the Graded School will be held this evening A full and interesting program is promised One of the features of the evening will be a play Too Much of a Good Thing The admission will be 15 cts for adults 10 cents for children not connected with the school The Christian Endeavor is growing in interest Last Sunday evening it was presided pyjer by Miss Buelah McCarley who deserves much praise for the man ner in which she conducted the service T F Vohn formerly of Indiana who has bought property here has arrived and will soon begin tho erection of a large flour mill and other improvements which will lend much to the business in leresls of our town- J L Spitler who has recently built a modern and well equipped sanitarium near town says that all his rooms have been engaged and he fears he can not accommodate all the applicants Mrs George Stephenson and son John have gone to Texas for a pro tracted visit to her father and other relatives We miss her Miss Georgia Lewis who has been teaching in the Williamsburg school is spending a month at the Crab Orchard Springs Hotel Her old friends here are pleased to see her and hope she may regain her lost health Mrs Robert Thompson and daughter Mrs Alvin Holmes have returned from a visit to Mrs Thompsons mother at Mt Ver hon Mrs Maurice Perking and Miss Clara Collier have gone to DanvllleI shopping W A Brooks is homefolka for a short visit J C Mc Whorter was in Somerset on business Judge Joe Magee and wife are happy over tho arrival of a fine son J G Riddle and wife also announce the ar rival of a son in their household Wo extend our sympathies to our be reaved friends Mr and Mrs J H Mc Ahster also Mrs J J McRoberts and daughter Not Sorry For Blunder If my friends hadnt blundered in thinking I was a doomed victim of con sumption I might not be alive now writesD T Sanders of Harrodsburg Ky but for years they saw that every attempt to cure a lung raeking cough At last I tried Dr Kings New Discovery The effect was wonderful It soon stopped the cough and I am now In better health thau I have had for years This wonderful lifers an unrivaled remedy for coughs colds la grippe croup hemor rhages whooping cough or weak lungs 50c 51 Trial bottles free Guaran teed by G L Penny Wants A Rat Killing Day Green R Keller editor of the Car lisle Mercury who for three years has annually called on the people of Nicho las countyto make it their business one day each year to kill rats has started n movement to make rat killing day statewide In its observance next year Feared A Chivari I Rockcastle Couple Wed Here But Beg For Secrecy Lincoln Stringer a popular black smith of Brodhead and Miss Janie Johnson also of Rockcastle came here last Saturday and secured license from County Clerk Cooper and were imme diately made man and wife by Judgt Bailey in his most approved style Mr Stringer was very anxious to keep the news of their wedding outof the papers until he and his bride could return to Brodhead secure their trunks and leave for a trip to Louisville fearing a cbivari by the boys who had been watching for his elopement Sunday Services Rev Joseph Ballou will preach at the church at Mt Moriah on next Sunday morning at 11 oclock Elder J G Livingston will preach at Holdama Mill Sunday at 11 oclock a m and at Soapers at 330 in the after noonDR BLANTON of Danville will preach at Mt Xenia school house at 330 Sun day afternoon There will be no services at the Bap tist church Sunday Pastor Hoskins will attend the Fifth Sunday Circle meeting at Eubanks Rev J J Dickey will preach at Lo gans Creek church next Sunday after noon at 345 p m Hustonville Mrs Nannie Riffe and Miss Angle Carpenter are visiting in Lexington Rev W S Willis is a delegate to the National SundaySchool Convention at Washington City- Montgomery Earles want a black smith for the new shop they are building at Wheat Valley It Dr 0 S Williams is attending the State dental convention at Louisville All the new and improved methods in every branch of the profession will be prattitionernumberMyers Vaughn shipped a carload of hogs to Cincinnati for which they paid an average of 9c They are now receiving wool and buying lambs Miss Mollie Douglas of Lexington a highly accomplished pianist who was educated here where she has a host of friends will spend a ten days vaca tion here next month where she will be given a most cordial welcome Unless the road on the W P Estes hill is put in good condition for travel within seven days from date rural mail service will bo discontinued on that end of the route Tobacco setting and corn planting has got the West End farmers going early and late The tobacco acreage will be greatly increased Walter Carson had a buggy and horse swept under the water gate Saturday while the creek was at its The vehicle was torn loose from which swam ashore and the wrecked buggy was gathered up in pieces the next dayIon moon Monday night was observed by many citizens who expecting to Iteta bet ter view otthe comet during the eclipse were disappointed as the clouds com pletely obscured It Many of our farmers will greatly in crease their stock of hogs The last Legislature made an appropriation of 2000 to get started the manufac ture ot hog cholera serum the ravages of this dread dlseaSetThe experimental station Lexington will doubtless be in readiness by June 15th when the law goes into effect but it will take some time to get together inocutatinghogshog raisers can have protection from hog cholera It has a long time since tho Legislature made an appro priation for a more worthy cause and ror one that will repay BO many times and fill a longfelt want Rev Donaldson who preached Sun day morning and night at the Christian captivated soon return The Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tian church at Hustonville will give a Alcorns obera house next week entitled A Friday Afternoon at the Village School All of the boys youngerLessong will be features There will be a splendid musical program in connec tion Miss Bates of will be violinist and Miss Warner of Lexing too pianist and soloist Mr Williams with his piccolo and the famous Hus tonville male quartette will also tako part Watch for the Moreland IRev Wyatt Montgomery has about completed his handsome new residence B B King has commenced the erec tion of afine dwelling Bishop Cof fey have completed a nice new home Ten large tobacco barns are in course of construction in this vicinity Chit drens Day will be observed at the M E church the 4th Sunday at 7 m I The wool crop has about all beendls- posed of at per pound Buyers are offering Sic for hogs J tL SUMMER VACATION FOR THE YOUNGSTERS KeepChildren But Its All Over Now Commencement is over and books and studies have been laid aside for the next few months while young America will enjoy life to the fullest extent The week has been a gay one in school circles here but nearly every pupil ex presses pleasure that the grind is now overThe Commencement week ceremonies this week have been unusually attrac whichthelent They have proved their profici ency in the recitals In the musical de acquittedhimself vantage at the formal graduating ex ercises Wednesday night when the four graduates were awarded their diplo mas after the address by Prof Tigert of Winchester isdeservingbly no letter amateur performance of the kind was ever given here Every character in the cast was well repre sented Miss Bertha Jackson who will teach elocution next term proved her histrionic ability to the satisfaction of everyone in her role of Pattie the maid Lester OBannon has marked talent along these lines and is Uways good Joseph Hopper was the typical aristocratic butler while Wallace Sin gleton Misses Elizabeth Higgins Sal lie Burdette and Alice Rankin were splendid in their parts Miss Ellen Ballou music teacher at the school says that Miss Kate New land who gave her recital Tuesday night is the most proficient pupil she has ever taught She says that Miss Newland did something that has never been done before in giving her recita tion alone and those who braved the stormy weather felt amply repaid by rSheAhasremarkable were greatly enjoyed Songs by Miss Fettro and Prof Ireland added to the of the jjlMissII ing has been received in the piano de partment of Stanford Graded School under the tutorship of Miss Ballcu She is entirely a home product and her work is of such character as to make Stan ford people feel proud of her accom plishments Miss Newlands playing Is characterized by musical intelligence brilliancy and artistic pedalling and as on accompanist she shows much sympathy and breadth of feeling nightPresidentterful address to the graduates and vast audience The dominant note of his address was purpose He showed con elusively that nothing happens in the line of success by The uni versal law of gravitation was not the result of an accident as has been alleg ed by some when tis said that fall ing of the apple into the face of New ton brought it about Numbers of il lustrations were used which proved that all noteworthy deeds were the results of honest effort and much thought Dr Tigert made a fitting climax to his masterful address when he said It gives me pleasure to recall a Pericles and a Napoleon myheartAmerica and Roosevelt After having given many historical examples he urg ed the graduates in his peroration to have the well defined purpose backed up by an indomitable will He closed by quoting the Rebsional of Kipling Miss BERTA JEAN PENNY gave an exquisite violin solo and other features of the program were very good diplomastoand Mueller Messrs Singleton and Bright Waynesburg Owing to so much rain farmers are behind with their corn planting and quite a number have had to replant- H H Singleton was in Lexington Sunday W G Reynolds Is very ill Bannon Routen who has a position on the Q C is at home nursing aVBC clnated arm J H Dalgh visited his daughter Mrs Sturgeon at Goochtown Dunward and Elsie Sin gleton visited friends in the Mason section Miss Verna Dishon and little sister of McKinney are visiting the homefolks Mrs H H Singleton is visiting friends at Somerset Misses Elsie and Cora with Miss Sallie Farmer at Stanford Friday MrsJoneshas been here in the interest of the L OTMI The Wayneaburjr nine won its first great victory by defeating the of Duncan 20 to 11 and also defeated the Walltown team by a score of 12 to 3 Mason Caldwell Blu ford and Yantis Singleton were the star performers on the Waynesburg awayTheshort time r j c JIT 1lro 0 1PAGETWO THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY KAY r7th 1910 J 1 I THE INTERIOR JOiAt4 tEstablished 1872 t VERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At IPer Year In Advance t HELTON SAUFLEY Publisher Entered at the Post Office at Stan lord Ky as Second Class mil t In the course of an editorial statirg his position on the race for the next democratic nomination for governor of Kentucky Editor Harry Sommers of the Elizabethtown News truly says With us It Is not the question as to whom we would prefer for the den ocratlc nomination but who is most certain of election after nomination It is not a question of locality or person ality but availability- It should be remembered that Au gustus Willson the present republican governor was elected by 18000 major- Ity and that the democrats cannot af ford to repeat the mistake which lost them the state three years ago It is generally understood that Judge 0 Rear will be the republican nominee He has practically been agreed upon by the republicans because of his avails bilityle Is undoubtedly the strong est man the republicans can name be lcansehe can be confidently counted on to poll more votes in the election than any other man in his party The dem i ocrats to insure success must pursue exactly the same policy They must name strongest man before the peoplefspite of the fact of the failure of ryWillsons administration Kentucky is a state In the last five gu- I bernatorial elections the republicans r have elected two and the democrats two once by less than 4000 majority and the fifth was a contest settled by 11the Legislature In the face of this the democratic party cannot afford to make any mistake in its nomination this time Personally the editor i t of the News would prefer as the partys c candidate a man whom we did not speak to if he was surest of election over a t t man of our own blood kin if his election Ii t was extremely doubtful We must win this time and to win we must nom inate the strongest candidate rWe are on the eve ofa critical and we might say a crucial period in the hl8t foftbCe democratic party and a mistake time may prove fatal to its success No democrat can afford to be for a friend who cannot win over 8 foe In his party who can To be for any awhom you think ia likely to be beaten if nominated is the worst kind of party disloyalty Those democrats who undertake to foist the personal ambitions of any candidate j upon the party and thereby endanger party success are not as much interest 1iedin the party as they are in the car but those democrats who will ijnoro the personality of any candidate to insure the success of the party are more interested in party success than t the ambition of any man We do not l You Can Test Our Lumber any way you please It will stand it splendidly For we handle no un t sound stuff You will learn that the best lumber is the cheapest in the I beginning as well as in the end And our lumber decidedly comes fupto quality called best 1JA ALLEN Stanford Ky t Sheriffs Sale t By virtue of Execution No 529 directed to me which issued from he Clerks office t of the Lincoln circuit court in favor of ot F F Bobbitt against Caleb Grenshaw and others I or one of my deputies will 191oIand wo oclock P M at the courthouse door in Stanford county of Lincoln s expose to public sale to the highest bid- erlthe following property or so much thereof f asinay be necessary to satisfy the amount coststAprilrTract of laud in Lincoln county Ky thflIon the east west and sonth by the lands propfmonths bond with approved secur required bearing interest at the rate t six per cent per annum from day ofI JlIy and having the force and effect of bond thlsgoth day of May lOlo W L MCARTY Sheriff L C t 263 f lit dc WORK WEAKENS THE KIDNEYS Doams Kidney Pills Have Dose Great Service For People Who Work In Stanford IJonn Wren E Main St Stanford Ky says I know from experience that Doans Kidney Pills are all that Is claimed for them Off and on for sev eral years I had severe attacks of lame back Often I did work that required stooping and at such times the back ache became much worse There was also a too frequent desire to void the kidneys secretions both day and night Doans Kidney Pills relievdd me and have never failed to benefit me since then when I have taken them FOr sale by all dealers Price 50 eta FostcrMilburnCo Buffalo New York solo agents for United States Remember the name Doans and take no other believe that there was ever a time in the history of Kentucky when the dem ocratic party should consider the avail ability of a candidate more than In naming the next candidate for govern or This is our purpose and we have no other WE are in the throes of Installing our linotype machine which we hope will account for all delinquencies in this ls sueW iT Moore one Adair countys best citizens dropped dead at his home six miles north of Columbia Friday He was 79 years o- ldSheriffs Sale By virtue of Execution No 533 directed to me which issued from the clerk office of the Lincoln circuit court in favor of Murphy Acton against John Jenkins I Dr one of my deputies on Monday the 13th day of June lolo between the hours of one and two oclock p m at the courthouse door in Stanford county of Lincoln state of Kentucky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of the plaintiffs debt interest and costes towit For 635 745 costs and the costs of this action Tract of land in Lincoln CO Ky on the bead waters of South Fork and containing 25 acres more or less and bounded by the lands of Mr Martin on the North East by the lands of Goo Coffey South by the lands of Sam Vanght and West by the lands of Ed Murphy JosephJintUnTermsSale will be made on a credit of three months bond with approved security required bearing interest at the rate of per cent per annum from day of sale and having the force and effect of a sale bond this aoth day of May 191o W L MCARTV Sheriff LC 263 Commissioners Sale I In Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to a judgment of the Lin cola Circuit Court rendered at its Feb ruary term 1010 in the case of Luclas Perkins plaintiff vs W J Edmiston et a 1 defendants I will on MONDAY JUNE 13th 1910 CountyCourt day at about 1 oclock P M sell at public outcry totho highest bidder In front of the Courthouse door in Stanford Kentucky That certain tract of land situated in the town of Crab Orchard in Lin coln county Kentucky and bounded on the north by the ChappellsGap pike on tho cast by the lands of W E Perkins on the south by Elm street on the west by the lands of Jane Buch anan and containing twelve acres more or less The object of this sale Is to satisfy a lien the plaintiff for the sum of 83000 with interest thereon at the rate of six cent from January 10th 1003 until paid interest payable an nually further sum of 885 the probable cost of this action Said will be sold on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bonds for the pur chase price payable to mo as Com missioner bearing interest from the day of sale at the rate of six per cent per annum with good and approved personal security and further secured bya lieu retained on the land H R SAUFLEY MCLCC K S Alcorn Attv- Commissioners Sale In obedience to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at the May term 1910 in the action of Moses Stewarts heirs against Moses Stew arts heirs the undersigned commissioner willon MONDAY JUNE 13th 1910 County court day in front of the court door in Stanford Ky offer for sale at public outcry tothe highest and best on a credit of six months the tract of land about eight mlpa from Crab Orchard in Lincoln county Kyt aM bounded thus Beginning at a hickory and buckeye standing in the old line thence N 60 E 146 poles to two white oaks thence N 30 W 1091 poles to a chestnut and poplar thence W 146 poles to two gums thence S 80 E 109J poles to the beginning containing 100 acres this sale is for a division of the proceeds among tho heirs of Moses Stewart The purchaser will be required to ex ecute bond with good security for the purchase payable to the com missioner bearing 6 per cent interest from date of axle until paid having the force and effect of a judgment and secured by lien on the land H SAUFLEY M CL C C J B Paxton Atty for Pltff 4 PUBLIC SALE 1 t We will sellatpublicauct10n at Nunnelleys Stock Yards in Stanford on FRIDAY and SATURDAY MAY 27 28 A lot of nice horses cows hogs cattle sheep farming inplements and in fact lots of everything a man needs on a farm It you are looking for sonic choice bar gains dont miss this sale If you have anything to sell let us knowW Fields W M Duncan J T Morris price should come for the same reason a4ss4rsetat weH HIGGINSI IDONT miss the Bargain Safe of Rib MaySaunders With Shining Eyes ynd I Watering Mouths the children wait for you to cut the cake you have made with Baugh mans flour Dont fear their an of extra fine will not be realized Use of Baugh mans flour insures a perfectly delicious cake if the other ingredients are as good Order a sack as an aid to fine cake making Youll find it just splendid J H Baughman Co A W CURD AUCTIONEER Burgin I nmn graduate of Jones National School of AuctloiiKtri Chicago and have had ex perience In the big cattle sales at the Union stock Yard Chicago where we sold tome thoroughbreds ne high at lljtuD Also In hone Kiilia wuore IUJ talvi were made each day Auctioneering It a science and I have studied It with this iden See or phone me before you arrange for your make sales to your udRntuge 11t01IElS n Harry JacobsDealer In and Manufacturer of Marblo and Granite Monuments Marker and Posts Cemetery and Lawn Vases and Settees Omce and work Me Kinney K- ySpring Summer Stock IIaveyour measure taken by a tailor of ex perlence Then your clothes whether a low price business suit or the finest erenine clothe will have that individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were made to yourtneaiure I will also take your men are for extra trousers fancy vets top costal and overcoat Sprlngand Hummei samples on hand ready tot your Inspection 110 nUFMSY The Tailor 8tantord4Ky MASONS MEET Lincoln lodge No eoPk AM will meet In stated communication each nut and third Monday nights of each nionth At too I oclock In their hall on main Stan ford Ky Members of sister lodges are fra turnally Invited to be present T W Pen nington Sec L3 N Tl1VETltBLENo JlHOUthllffflP P M No 33 HOUth 1015 A X No J4 North 440 A M xNONo SII2O px JOS S RICE Agont W A TRIBBLEFurniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phono 133 Stanford Kentucky t rf1II io T Exactly Whet You Want jIn Hardware it WhatIWe an Prepared to Sell You And If you do notknow precisely what you need tell us your story and well supply the article Good mechanics come here because they are always sure of getting the best hardware at a reasonable You ticipations something KentucKy Bring Your Produce To Us We have opened a produce home on Sora end tint and will pay the htghetl market price for all kinds of country produce acu1your stuff MaO BASTIN 6t CO- Stmford Ky BLACKSMITHING 1 generalrepairHatUfactloci guaranteed shop opposite 1hllllp concrete store HIUCKKTTHtnnford J L Beazley CoW Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur Theywinill Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCK Y CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I cnnlurnlib the public with the best aiwell m toe freshest of cut flowers plants of- all kinds bulbs potted flowers on abort wreathsforaUkindprices CHBIBTMAXURKBN 1IOUSKH KM HciiiiAito 1iiois Htanford K- yCONCRETING We lire to do all klnde of concreting suchas lllock Work Pavements ehouseyou promptly and guarantee nr tclat prIenbeforePHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky J J BELDEN For house carriage andsign painting decorative paper also buggy trimming of nil kind such as tops recovered curtain and boot made HtopoverAldridgci black KyPhoneJ JBKLUBN Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell prJat stock of Ore eerie and Hardware ling a good bust noes Will invoice about M600 Jlea on 11 health OEO P tHanrordJCTI When Hungry GO TO Canons restaurant Lancaster Street Htnnford K Meals served at all hours up to 1130 P K Best place lu wnjfor n toad quick meal Cooking to suit our customers our specialty Splendid new line of fancy I Groceries Hot Coffee Bandwlchci pie Buttermilk and sweet milk etc at all times we A CARSON Prop t A f I n t L1A 1lg w BOYS CLOTHING 0 It is the wen plta d boy who make the good customer when gtho tomes to manhood Wo make a special effort to 111 CAPO tho oj little fellows rind our Boys Clothing suits them becniirc they arc made always in theDe Most Popular Styles 0 We run them all with Knickerbocker Trousers sizes 4 to 17 Every conceivable color Prices 8360 to no the euit Odd I 0Troueers in cauimcre worsteds and Khaki All Knickerbock 1 G en at 50c tl and 115ft o H J McROBERTS 1 00 s1e RvF tiriervKVFtRIt47RsF aF t7 Ef33efIEEE fao L Penny R IL Coffey E R Coleman lit I Dr Hess Poultry Panacsa I aM1Will make hens lay cure and keep tb thn1m4J good thrifty condition increase in tho nWThe laid will moro than email expense of It is sold at Pennys rnStore I PENNYS Stanford DRUG Kentucky STORE I- mBB B B 93B3 BE E Detroit Vapor The Latest In OIL STOVES t Absolutely Wicklcss No As bestos No Cotton Wicks The Very Thing for Summer Cooking I Makes life injhe kitch en endurable In hot weather GEO H FARRIS When You Have =roducef t j fit J To Sell Call Ii IT B NorthcottStanford Ky Phone 153rTlURM N K TUDOR Manager 1 r f Lt r 4 f P a27tH 1810 THE INTERIOR JOUENAL STANFORD KY PAGE THREE Ir t 1 WASH SILKS I vWe have Just opened a bran new line of White Linenand Linens h stylesVnrrejHghtr Price 08c to 350 Conic while the assortment is large ilrjfi I rr r II tj t r n t iJ k t t r I SEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky 1NBBDLBB Bobbins and Shuttles fo all sewing machines at Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS v HIM MARY UACKLEY has returned from a weeks stay with Cincinnati t friedMR AND MR3 G C GIVEN were In BourboBeewnty this week attending theeale of tlwrioted Moore place MitlND Mae JOHN S BAUGHMAN of Dvllleveited friends here Tues Ywday J II LUNSFORD who has beep In the aavy ereereral years has received his boaerable discharge and is the guest of his brother George II Lunsford ATTORNEY SAM CALDWELL of Padu cab who attended school at Huston vllle inhlf younger days was hero this week attending court YRS BUM SLAIN has returned from a pleasant visit to her brother Captain It R Gentry and family in Frank fortMRS M J ADAMS and Miss Frances theirfbe greatly missed hero and their going will be much regretted by their many frltwk DR W B OBANNON returned Tuesday night from a protracted trip thro thjt West and Southwest He Is more- apleaaed with New Mexico than any of tho States he went through but we are glad to say be does not think of movl8g there J W STEPHENSON of Leban S1I3 Jwettafi spent several days with the nenefelks at Maywood The cap talnfe one of the best and moat popu lar eeWeeton on this division of the L N Absolutely Pure Rryal BmkfagPmwtfcr lnijHr tht1 flavor a+ siaddstth IttMItltful ees tithefiNl ROYAL BAKINGPOWDER Absolutely Pure MRS WM BVDEE of Somerset vis wallterdaughter Margaret McClure arc visit ing Crab Orchardrelatives MR C C Goocii and family of Wayneaburg will soon become citizens of Stanford we are glad to say Ho has bought the bungalow and three lotion Lancaster itreet belonging to Dr W B OBannon and has already begun the erection of a twostory reel dencc which ho will occupy WITH Soft few f Plaited Fancy9r Plain Bosoms Detached or attached cuffs Our full made Coat Shirt is a model convenience t 1 V WHITEISHIRTS In plain plaited full dress or ui negligee Our 1HMonarch Shirt is the standardof quality and workmanship while our 1a 50 Cluett is the acme of h style and perfection and the col tt ors all guaranteed not to fade C Soft shirts with collars from- 25cto 3 We can show you something new 11 9 Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY i J r U J t a1 Call any time and make an examination of our goods We inviteJ your most critical inspection feeling confident that the keener your judgment the surer your approval THOSE WHO KNOW the quality of our merchandise are our regular customers We urge you to make a trialof our stores claims in your own interest Do it today f V9m MRS MOLLIE NUNNELLEY spent sov oral days with Louisvlllo friends Miss OwE CROW VANHOOK of Barn side is with her many friends here InLoulnllleJ C REYNOLDS working nights at visitinghisWM BULLOCK the clever young telegrapher is spending a week at his home in Lebanon LexingtonSpentCapt Powell rewdaywitbRichmond MRS W P BUCHANAN is with her LivIngston rewdayslegton MRS W B LAND is very ill Five withtheMRS R M BLACKBRDY of Louis WMMiss CORA GOODE of Huston vilie toLancastergoods fromLouisvilleal Bank for a few days MB II G METCALF wife and pretty wentIMattieLeethe neatest kept room at lIamilton College Lexington TilE Ladles Missionary Society of MrsJat 3 oclock MR AND MRS J B FOSTER enter tamed at dinner Tuesday In honor of VerII were i estus Reid of Danville and Mr and i Mrs J C lays Stanford veryillsection I MR JoaN BRIGHT JR and wife of Somerset are with the homefolks here Miss MAE PilELpg of Madison is with Mrs R C docks CUAS DOWNER of Cincinnati Is with Thomas and prrfaon Bright MyrtleLaneDanville MR M G MURPHY and handsome daughter Miss Esther of Kings Mountain were here Thursday iJBobonhaaKyMR DEBORD visited Crab Orchard relatives W C TUCKER went to Middlesboro yesterday to take a position with the LN IDR J G BALLOU and wife of Gray 0 arrived yesterday to visit their parentsIDR Blanford of Parksville are guests of the faml y of J R Powell I TimE U D C will meet with Mrs John B Foster in regular session next i Tuesday afternoon at halt past two o clock returnedIwhere she has been teaching the past yearMRS Boss ALEXANDER of Owenton Is with Crab Orchard relatives She spent several days with her sister Mrs W R Gaines who fa quite ill REV JJ DICKEY attended the com KentuckyWesleyan John Carroll who has just reached his majority and Miss Bertie Young 18 were made one atE J Youngs WednesdayOscar and Miss Julia Ander son of this county were married at Lancaster Wednesday William Perry and Miss Annie Wheeler both of this county were made one at the courthouse yesterday by Judge James P Bailey Miss BERTH JEAN PENNY who has been attending school at Ward Semi nery Nashville is at home for the hol idaysMASTERJOUN MURPIIY of McKip ney went to Lexington this meet his sister Miss Catherine whoi has been attendingJ Bourbon College They will return home the latter part of the week Louis KNOBLOCKtho expert machin let of the Lexington Herald is here this week superintending the erection of the INTERIOR JOURNALS new machine He knows those delicate instruments from top to bottom is a Mason and an all round good fellow liON AND MRS W R RAMSEY and children and Mrs Alice Adams of Den daY1withvisiting lion and Mrs Jason Wesley has returned to her home in Liberty I Mrs Wesley and little son Sherwood accompanied her home and will visit relatives friends for a few days at j LibertyAdvocatoA Harrodsburg says that Mrs Edward McFatridge announ ces the engagement of her daughter Miss Onoria McFatridge to Mr JI Wesley Cardwell tho marriage to take place the latter part of June Miss McFartridgo is n bright attractiveI young woman and Mr Harrodsburg business man Is at pres east on the NeV York aqueduct con tract I IELIFE OXPDRDS who are critical of- of every detail of their attire ore sure to be pleased with f OUR STYLES IT 1 1 B CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY tsIIp- Z I 1i a JNEW SKIRTSV 4 We make a good pickup of a big lot ofSummer Skirts made of lightt I t weight material and light and dark materials We have marked them 2 to 3 less than regular price They are in the very latest Plaited styles Prices 298 to 650 MISSES SKIRTS We have a big lot of Misses Skirts at about whet you pay for the material Save yourself the worry of making 1 t Notes and Accounts Collected T We collect notes and accounts anywhere in the United States No charges unless we collect Also look after claims of all kinds Bank references Correspondence solicitedriMAYS COLLECTION AGENICXW- OODSONMAY Mgr Somerset KentuckyFLOCALS CALL on T D NEWLAND for home grown German millet seed It WANTED few god carpenters at onbe J R Powell Stanford Second hand Bell City for sale at a bargain W 0 Walker tf LOST 160hog at Woods Crossing Reward for return B W Givens To those I have notified that their ac paidbyput in the hands of an attorney Ella May Saunders THIRTY applicants for teachers cer 100 Reward 100 me reader of this paper will be pltucd to temr that there It at lent one dreaded dlwue that wtowa hu beta able to cute In all IU IIMM aDd that lit Catarrb llaill Catarrh Cure to Uie onlr potnira cure DOW known to the medical ratrrnltr OUarrb being a coiutltullonal dumb requlrri m eotwuto tloaal treatment Itaa1 c to to tenullr acting directly upon the Mood and maaam urtecr ot the system thereby dntroyliit Ow foundation ot the dineaK and IvUur the pineal ItmucUi by building up the conimutlon and assist lag nature In doliuc Its work Tbe proprleton Saveqb much faith In IU curative Doted that they One Hundred Oollart for any taro tbat It alia to- cure Send for list of tntlmonlai- AddreM F J CHENEY k CO Toledo O told by all DratrUU TIe Tate Halls Family Pills for constipation tincates took the examination before the local board of examiners last week Their papers have not been examined yet so it is not known how many were successful Morelocale Page 1 One Dose for CoughsChi- ldren couglvatnight Give them A ers Cherry Pec completelycontrolGood for easy cases hard cases good for acute cases chronic cases Ask your doctor to tell you honestly and standardremedyNo I tetttwlaxative t1 I IAUTOMOBILES SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES AGENTS FO- RFlanders 20 750 E M F 30 1250 Haynes 2000 4000Studebaker6000 If interested PHone us ItBell demonstration 24 and we will gladly give you I Danville Ice Coal CoDavllle Ky I I L R Hughes T W Humble W O Martini I SILKS I I IlineI IICall and see us before buy t fI r HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes l L STANFORD KENTUCKYI i n rfWtif r a Feyrbf+ 1 PAGE FOUR 3 4 fli j i THE lNTE8I4RTQUItNAL r STANFORD BX KAY 27th 1S10 t r j j THE = Chas Wheeler Emporium 4 i Hustonville Ky 41 RED BOX All holding keys Will be ready for you x lo open the box and take the money for you hold the keys Remember the I dateJune 9th This will be our spe t cial sale day Come early to avoid the rush CHAS WHEELER A Sad Mission Judge Robert J Breckinridge was called to Liberty Saturda on a sad mis reion His old friend Mr John Moore t is critically ill and is not expected to recover and requested that Judge Breck inridge be called so that they could talk i old times once more before parting Mr Moore is 79years old and one of the most substantial citizens who ever lived ih Casey county He and Judge Breck inridge having been warm friends for almost two generations For 45 years Judge Breckinridge has always stopped his when law at the Liberty bar Danville Advocate Saves An Mans Life The grave to be fore Madson of Burling ton Iowa after seven weeks in the of the him Then was shown the mar velous curative power of Electric Bit ters For after eight months from liver trouble and getting no from remedies or doctors five of this medicine cured him Its for Stomach Liver or Kidneg troubles and disappoints Only GOc at G Pennys Drug Store FOR CAREFUL FARMER who the in selecting fence r die in selecting of r stockthptIi to the ystyle or order now me the J You cant go t HICI CARPENTER Stanford At Natl Bank E PUBLIC SALE 1 Of Magnificent Farm The undersigned will on Wednesday June ist 1910t II oclock A Mon the premises sell publicly lo the highest bidder that farm known u the Place located in Fayette Kentucky on the Walnut Hill turn pike and 4583 acres Upon said farm U aa elegant Iwottorr brick dwelling of ten rooms good cellar bathroom and all modern convenience and all usual and Decenary servants quarters in excellent repair three tenant houses two practical Iy new tobacco barns of housing acres of tobacco and excellent stock barn and various other The his upon it all pece any ends and ii suppliedwish latting and well water to an extent to the most The u at good a the bed to be found in the farfamed Blue Crau Region a part of it now in gnus and balance- in the highest tale of The past cultivation of the land hat been such and iu present condition it now such that exceeding 200 acres of the land ii now ready for growing the remainder with tillage of like use later to that a purchaser may confidently rely upon having 100 acres for tobacco annually all time to come The remaiaderof the cropNois to be either for home or purposes it cannot be Uipasted and this opinion we will be shared by will investigate The sale of the property u necessary to a settlement owners Mr will be found upon the premises until dayof tale andwill be glad to show the place to intending purchasers TERMS OF SALE Onethird ash balance in one and two year from March 1st 1911 4 notes to bear 6 per cent interest annually and to be secured by vendor to have seeding th full lit 191 1 Purchaser will also the and assume the burden of a lease or years from March lit 191 1 covering applicationDiscountcash payment For further call on or address W F R D No 10 Ky Fayette Telephone No 2356orG B Vet iles Ky s k I THE GOOD HARNESS MAKER y fdoesntconfine his work to I 1 ji finish on leis handiwork He wants the inside to be as good as the outside is attractive For ex ampler of harness that is reliableas 0 well as attractive you come here Our harness is the kind r looks well on the road and also t p you home safe You to have a set of it f MCCLARY Stanford Ky at home practicing J Iowa very seemed Robert West when hospital four best physicians gave up of frightful suffering yellow jaundice other bottles matchless completely positively guaranteed never L the About county good capable lane cultivation proper 7Of made effect Hieatt customary benefit F Cleanliness is Next to Godliness An bath room is for the former us as to the best plan for your floor space and we will fit you out bath room of which you will be much your pocketbook It W WARNERt Phone 188 STANFORD KFNTUCKY jt 6 J r r TL J IIIo tJ i + nr If ftWORLD SOLD OVER 1 EeRU THH The Cincinnati May 26 ceipts 049 market quiet fair to 6 35 to 6 w common 2 25 to 6c HURsRjCelpts 2872 market dull and weak lOc lower butchers and ship 9 60 to 9 65 common 8 75 to 9 65 Sheep Receipts 933 market Blow IGc to 25c lower 3 to 4 90 Lambsmarket steady 6 50 w865 Will Women desiring get wonder ful help from Arnica Salve It pimples skin eruptions all sores and boils It makes the skin soft and It the face It cures sore eyes cold sores lips chapped hands Best for burns scalds fever sores cuts bruises and piles 25c at Pennys Drug Store THE The BROWN FENCE is for exercises same careful judgment his tha does his quality grain wishes enclose within field weIght Place your with for Brown wrong Ky Lincoln splendid Todhunler road containing with outbuildings including 30 improvements place satisfy exacting tobacco lIJICeptiblc for foundand Jnverinent believe anywho privilege lFanand possession March information HIEATT Lexington MOSElEY putting should that brings ought c uptodate necessary Consult with- a proud without strainon K THE Markets CattleRegood Promote Beauty beauty Bucklens banishes velvety glorifies farmer Sure Cure- I would like lo guide suffering women to a sure cure for female troubles writes Mrs R E Mercer of Frozen Camp W Va I have no med- Icine equal to CarduL I had suffered for about four years Would have headache for a week at a time until I would be nearly crazy I took Car dui and now I never have the headache any more t53 Take CARDUI The Womans Tonic The pains from which many women suffer every unnecessaryIts to strong drugs right at the painsBetter Cardul fora while before and after to strengthen the system and cure the cause This is the sensible the scientific the right way Try it 200000 Feet ofLumber At The Right Prices I have 200000 feet of lumber suitable for tobacco barns and oth er building purposes at reasonable prices Call on me or write me for prices and tell me what you want and I can suityouWALKER OWENS KyShipping In Re Buna Vista Compton on Application for Pardon thatBunaVistaComptonnow housebreakingCircuit Court will oa the third dayof Jung 1910 make npKction to the governor of the commonwealth pardon laid Compton and re ofMay254 W WILKINSON FARMSRS DlPARTKllfT Lee RankIn sold to Greely Lutes a lot of hogs at 9c placeNovpaying for this notice and Its keep J M Camden Waynesbur Ky 252 Lawson Brown shipped a carload of cattle to Hubbard Hauser Rags dale at Cincinnati this week yearling paid a fancy price Boards For SaleHave about 30000 or more boards for sale will take con lfertelCrabATTEND the sale of household and kitchen furniture at E C Waltons home next Saturday afternoon A T Nunnelley bought from S G to4IcMatt Myers bought a tine Pedro Jersey cow from Mrs Bud Holderman this week for 75 LOST Red gilt weight about CO lbs Reward for Information leading to her recovery W P CaraonHustonville- Brown mare about 16 years old in stray pen Owner can get same by paying charges B D Carter 243 PUBLIC SALE17 mules Jersey cows and farming implements will be sold at the late home of Capt J II Wilson Friday May27 five miles from Danville on the Lexington pike near Dix river FOR SALE A good brood mare with liensleyKingsJ W Powell and his son ln law J D Depp two of Hustonvilles most prominent citizens were here Saturday They report that a bumper crop of to bacco will be cultivated in that section this season and that planting has al ready begun They each sold a mule colt to John K Baugnman of Huston ville at 110 each They state that prlcesDanvilleGov Willson has offered rewards toe the arrest and conviction of the person putParisto stock on the farm of C C Clubb near North Plea urevtllo Two cows died The reward Is 500 for the first conviction and 250 for each subsequent conviction How to Cure Eczema Pimples And Dandtuff We desire to say that when we took the agency for Zemo we were convinc ed that it was a valuable remedy for eczema pimples and dandruff Yet we must frankly admit that Zemo has far exceeded our expectations as a treat ment for skin diseases We are pleas ed to state that we shall continue the agency as Zemo has given splendid re sults wherever recommended Our cus tomers like demo too because It is a clean vegetable liquid for external use Zemo effects its cures by drawing to the surface of the skin and destroying the germ life that causes the disease leaving the skin clear and healthy It does not soil the clothing or linen and can be used freely on infants With every purchase we give a book let on skin diseases explaining In simple words how any person can be cured at home of any form of akin or scalp dfc eases by this clean scientific remedy G L Penny Druggist Free DyspepsiaSample Sufferers from indigestion are wak peppermintlozengescures are only makeshifts in the cure of so troublesome a complaint as issomethingdigestiveandThere Is something more to tho curs thebreathcurepennanntly isof CaldwenSyrupa centuryDr Pepsin Is a tars natrtlpatlostomach sick hetdacne and similar com ItrengthenBnd rnpushedStaunton Va was a Blackburnwith dyspepsin hattieLaterKipleasedtodesire for yourself or family to caelInnlaletteryournnmeotherwise For either request the doctors CatdwenR6000ejdwall Barn Lumber For Sale ISdOOOO feet of Boxing Sheeting and Frame Lumber for Barn Pat terns which I will sell for cash or trade for Corn Hay pr good Horses and Mules Prices on this very reasonable for 1 want to sell Write me at once Respectfully- C J SIPPLE London Ky 1 1 II Iniuris Tobacc- tiarns D WearenInsurance STANFORD Residence omee Insure be De CARTERLlverv StreetPhone 00 We Have Tile Most UpToDate Line of Pants in Town in all shades grey browns white flan nel greens and blue serges nothing style Come la let us show them to l II SAM ROBINSON Text Door to Lincoln County National Rank I STANFORD KY f STYLISH M me i J I UPTODATEW Well made tens Boys clothing Prices within reach or alit i L L SANDERS s t Crab Orchard Kentuckyy E Ifyou anything to sell in the STOCK LINE to I Nunnelleys New Stock He buyeand sal s la tdsfexcept Sunday Brag market hi the plenty of QXiBgtoBflSTANFORD 11 Stanford Real Estate Co Stanford Kentucky Farms and Property Handled on Commission Stocks and Sold If you Have Property to Sell or Notify Us Write for Circular to JLR HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky TobacM and Nothing But Insurance Jesse The Man KY Phone ai ivith and fully protected B New Depot STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 but and you and have Take Ya every day year your stock nest State with Town Ilea Rout J C McCIary 1 a Undertaker and Embalmer ISTANFORD KY II CAM Faonalttl Home Anon M Never Mind your insurance policy will build youIa new one As soon as our appraiser has made his reporta i prompt oneyou receive a check to cover the damage in accordance with the terms of your policy We know of no better reason for in suring house and personal effects in the companies we represent Our phone is 200rFish do Penninglon Stanford 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