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Camden $320,000 More Taxes Mad Dogs Liv- - Feared A Chivari Rockcastle Couple Wed Here But Beg For Secrecy. Lincoln Stringer, a popular blacksmith of Brodhead, and Miss Janie Johnson, also of Rockcastle, came hen last Saturday and secured license from County Clerk Cooper and were immediately 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 tho papers until he and his bride could return to Brodhead, secure their trunks aid leavo for a trip to Louisville, fearing a chivari by the boys who had been watching for his elopement. SUMMER VACATION FOR THE YOUNGSTERS. Commencement Exercises Keep Children Busy This Week, But It's All Over Now. State Bank Anil Trust Company Organized Here With Prominent Men Behind It. Dies Suddenly of Heart Disease Placed Upon People of State By Causing Quite a Scare-E- ld. I Board of Equalization. ingston Kills One. at her Home in West End. Mrs. G. W. Camden, Bged 58, died very suddenly at her home in the section Wednesday evening. She was In her usual good health and ate a hearty supper. A few seconds afterward sho became ill and died 10 minutes later. Heart discaso is supposed to havo 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. Tho total Increase In the assessed value of property In Kentucky as equalized by the State Board of Equalization Is ffH.000,000, which will yield $320,000 additional revenue to the Stato as compared with the assessments made by tho county assessors. Auditor James Is Bending out to tho sheriffs of the 118 counties of tho Stato notices showing tho amount that la charged against each sheriff under tho equalization assessment and, tho sheriffs will begin collecting taxes as soon as they get these notices. No taxes can be collected until these notices arc received. No raise was made tn Lincoln county, the assessment of tho local board of supervisors being accepted. Many neighboring counties received stiff raises. 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. Tho week has been a gay one In school circles here, but nearly every pupil expresses pleasure that the grind is now over. The Commencement week ceremonies this week have been unusually attracunderstood, J. S. Rico Decoration Day tive and Impressive. The work which and J..W. Hutchison, cashier. A. For Mrs. Shanks the children have done has been excelcomposed of some of tho best Sunday Services. lent. They have proved their proficiknown farmers and business men of the Next Monday To Be Observed Many Delightful Affairs Are Being ency in the recitals in the musical decommunity will bo chosen, and tho proHere By I'ostofficcand Banks. Given This Week. Rev. Joseph Ballon will preach at the partments, and everyone acquitted moters feel that tho new Institution church at Mt. Moriah on next Sunday himself or herself to the very best adstarts oft w(th every augury of success. Monday is Decoration Day, a nationvantage at the formal graduating exThe second in the series of delightful morning at 11 o'clock. The capital stock will be $00,000. al holiday. It will be observed In StanElder J. G. Livingston willl preach at ercises Wednesday night, when the four receptions which arc being given for The new officers chosen are too well ford by the postollke and rural route Malt Mead Mr. McCar-t- y carriers, Sunday hours will bo observed the bride of the hour, Mrs. Thomas II. Holdam's Mill Sunday at 11 o'clock a. graduates were awarded their diploknown to need discussion. Shanks, was given by Mrs. James H. m. and at Soaper's at 3:30 in the after- mas, after the address by Prof. Tigert, is sheriff of Lincoln county, Mr. at the office and the rural carriers will of Winchester. Hice is agent hcru for the L. & N. and not go out. Tho banks will as usual, Put On List of Intoxicants By Lex- BHUghman at her elegant country home noon. Dr. Blanton, of Danville, will preach The Junior play of Monday night is Tuesday afternoon. Mr, Hutchison is now cashier of the be closed, but otherwise business will Tho handsome ington Police Judge. the same in tho city. house was made even more inviting at Mt. Xenia school house at 3:30 Sun- deserving of special mention. Probabank at Brodhead, Rockcastle county go on much Union veterans buried There here bly no better amateur performance of All three aro splendid business men and aro so few It was day afternoon. Malt Mead can not be sold In Lexing- with appropriate decorations. behind them, that no especial decoration exercises with a strong directornto There will be no services at the Bap- the kind was ever given here. Every backing for the new will be carried out savu by tho colored ton on Sunday. This is the ruling of illuminated with many crimson canwill make splendid character in the cast was well repreveterans, who havo been wont to parade Judge bank Butler T. Southgato made in po- delabra in old fashioned candle sticks, tist church Sunday. Pastor Hoskins sented. through tnwn that day. Miss Bertha Jackson, who will The bank will bo a stato institution, lice court. Malt Mead is claimed to be and made very cozy and comfortable in will attend the Fifth Sunday Circle teach elocution next term, proved her and bo authorized to act in fiduciary cacontrast to tho severe rainstorm which meeting at Eubanks. and it Is sold all thro' a pacities, handle estate and will also Rev. J. J. Dickey will preach at Lo histrionic ability to the satisfaction of Buried Here. tho South in prohibition counties and came up during the afternoon. probably operato n savings department, gans Creek church next bunday after- - everyone in her role of "Pattie, tbe Nations were played and a on deposits. A location Judge Sou'.hgate in his ruling paying interest States noon at 3:45 p. m. maid." Lester O'Bannon has marked for the banking house has not yet been stated that he would consider the liquor luncheon was served afterward. At talent along tneso lines and is Uways selected, but it is said that negotiations Mrs. Susan Rasian. Formerly Of an intoxicant and would rule that any luncheon time a bride's table was pregood. Joseph Hopper was tho typical are pending for thw lease of tho vacant East End, Dies In Jessamine. Hustonville. buildsale of it on Sunday would be a viola- pared, an oldfashioned mahogany table the Odd Fellows aristocratic butler, while Wallace Sintion of the Sabbath closing law. Malt decorated with crochet mats, and a ing. gleton, Misses Elizabeth Higgins. Sal-li- e Mrs. Susan Rogan, who many years Mead resembles the real beer very huge bunch of carnations in the centre, Mrs. Nannie Riffe and Miss Angle Burdette and Alice Rankin were ago resided in the East End. of this much. The only difference in its ap- which was afterwards presented to the Danville. Carpenter are visiting in Lexington. splendid in their parts. bride. Nicholas-vill- e pearance, county, died at her homo in bottle and all, is the label. It Miss Ellen Ballou, music teacher at Those assisting the charming hostess Rev. W. S. Willis is a delegate to the and was buried in Buffalo cemete- is claimed that some saloon men have Convention at the school, says that Miss Kate New-lanNational Sunday-SchoH M. Hrrmlnn sold to J. M. Elder. ry here Wednesday morning after fu- been using Malt Mead labels on bottles in receiving, besides the guest of honor, who gave her recital Tuesday of Springfield, 1GO acres of his farm in neral services by Rev. E. II. I'carce, of real beer, although this has not been Mrs. Thomas Shanks, were Mrs. She!-to- n Washington City. Montgomery & Earles want a black- night, is the most proficient pupil she Saufley and Mrs D. M. Walker. who of Lancaster. Her husband died many proved. Lexington Leader. J Beccher Adams, the druggist, smith for the new shop they are build- has ever taught. She says that Miss has been quite ill, has about recovered years ago, but three sons, all preachers, ing at Wheat Valley. It Newland did something that has never duty. and Is again t his post of survive tho good woman. Deceased Dr. O. S. Williams is attending tbe been done before, in giving her recitaShort Local News. Crab Orchard. U. Carpenter, of Decatur, was 82 years old and had been ill along Bryan State dental convention at Louisville. tion alone, and those who braved the Ala., who has been at Indianapolis, time with cancer. All the new and improved methods in stormy weather felt amply repaid by New lot of picture moulding. W. A, on business, stopped over In DanInd., The closing exercises of the Graded every branch of the profession will be Miss Newland's good work. She Tribble. ville last night to visit his sister, Mrs. has School will be held this evening. A full thoroughly demonstrated and a prac- remarkable talent, and her renditions Hobert L. Salter, before returning Middleburg. home. Russell P. ilrown, son of Dr. Reward for and interesting program is promised. titioner who does not attend is a were greatly enjoyed. Songs by Miss Lost White bull-doE. J. Brown, of Stanford, has been in One of the features of the evening will return to Bledsoe Bailey. knowledge Fettro and Prof. Ireland added to the the city a few days gaining Green river got on a high last week bo a play "Too Much of a Good Thing." d Myers & Vaughn shipped a pleasure of the evening. from the experts in reference to run- and our mails were delayed somewhat Attend E C. Walton's sale tomor- The admission will be 15 cts for adults, of hogs to Cincinnati for which they Miss Newland's entire musical train ning the new Flanders runabout bis tor two days. Things are straightened recently bought from the Dan- out again and will likely run all right row, Saturday, May 28th, at 2 p. m. not connected with paid an average of 9c. They are now ing has been received in 10 cents for children father tbe piano deville Ico & Coal Co. -- Advocate. the school. for a few days at least. receiving wool and buying lambs. partment of Stanford Graded School, Ten pairs Homing pigeons for Bale; W. V. Richardson gave a charmingy 10 Ben Patterson, who was given a The Christian Endeavor Is growing in , Miss Mollie Douglas, of Lexington, a under the tutorship of Miss Ballcu. She dinnerparty aMheGllchcr Hotel Sun-da- fine and five days in jsil in the magi- well mated and beauties. Thomas Cole26-interest. Last Sunday evening it was highly accomplished pianist, who was Is entirely a home product and her work complimentary to Miss Julia was given 10 da) a man. strate's court here and and Loals Seelbach, Queen to pay or replevy, took leg bail a few presided over by Miss Buelah MeCarley, educated here, where she has a host of is of such character as to make Stan and King, respectively, of tho Carni- days since and went sight seeing in Just received a car load of American who deserves much praise for the man- friends, will spend a ten days' vaca- ford people feel proud of her accomlaid for twelve and uncmnau. val. Covers were fence. It's tho best made. George II. ner in which she conducted the service. tion here next month, where she will plishments. Miss Newland's playing is Mr. Richardson's guesU included Miss At a call term of the fiscal court on Farris. T. F. Vohn, formerly of Indiana, who be given a most cordial welcome. McGoodwin, and A. D. Wingate. M ss Friday. May 20, contracts for building characterized by musical intelligence, Edith Ellwang and Louis Seelbach, Miss a bridge across the river at the Elliott On Friday and Saturday I will sell has bought property here, has arrived Unless the road on the W. P. Estes brilliancy and artistic pedalling, and as Isabella South and William Seelbach, ford between here and Yosemite, and every trimmed hat at a great reduction. and will soon begin the erection of a hill is put in good condition for travel on accompanist she shows much sympaMiss Kathleen Foley and Thornton Phil, were Come early and get first choice. Ella large flour mill and other improvements, within seven days from date, rural one across South Fork at Guy Hundev and wife, M. Ilea e awarded the Champion Bridge Compa- May Saunders. will be discontinued on thy and breadth of feeling. business in mail service which will lend much to the The table ny, of Wilmington, Ohio. There were Banks and Mr. Richardson. At commencement Wednesday night that end of the route. decorations were evergreens and carna- a number of bids on these contracts, Tobacco setting and corn planting has President John J. Tigert made a masCircuit Court convened here this terests of our town. tions. but the Champion Co , being the low week, but as only equity cases are be. J. L, Spitler, who has .recently built sot the West End farmers going early terful address to the graduates and vast Mesdames Ike Dunn, Robert Salter, est was accepted. ing heard, there is little of interest to a modern and well equipped sanitarium and late. The tobacco acreage will be audience. The dominant note of his Baughman address was purpose. He showed con Gcorce Huff slashed Luther Gilpin chronicle. Jnhn S. Wells and John S. greatly increased. near town, says that all his rooms have weet to Stanford to attend the recep with a razor as they were on their way waiter parson naa a Duggyananorse cluslvely that nothing happens in the engaged and he fears he can not swept under the water gate Saturday line of success by accident. The uniThomas H. bhanks to church Sunday night, making an ugThrough the efforts of Senator Brad been tion given to Mrs. while tbe creek was at its fullest. The versal law of gravitation waa not the ly gash in his side. Young Gilpin was ley, W. U. Hansford, or Junction uty, accommodate all the applicants. by Mrs James H. Baughman. brought here Monday morning and his has been granted an increase ol pen and son, vehicle was torn loose from the horse. result of an accident as has been alleg Mrs. George Stephenson which swam ashore, and the wrecked ed by some when 'tis said that tho railwounds were dressed by ur. Creech, sion from $12 to 21 per month. John, have gone to Texas for a pro- buggy was gathered up in pieces tbe ing of the apple into the face of New warrant of arrest has been issued for Hubble. ton brought it about. Numbers ot ilHuff, and the case will likely bo tried For Sale. Few nice Buff Orpine tracted visit to her father and other next day. The shadow of the earth on tho moon lustrations were used which proved that soon, and then tho facts will be report- ton cockerels. Also eggs for hatching. relatives. We miss her. noteworthy deeds were the results ed Mrs. W. J. Holtzclaw, Stanford, It. Miss Georgia Lewis, who has been Monday night was qbservedgetby a many all honest effert and much thought. Dr. The comet score is about over. bet- of citizens, who, expecting to Rem Luster and Mrs. Laura Lee will D. No. 1. teaching in the Williamsburg school, is ter view of the comet during the eclipse, Tigert made a fitting climax to his masJ. T. Roberts is building a tobacco take in the Sunday school union at gives Mesdames Jason CofSunday barn for L. P. Weaver. T. C. Rankin For Sale Oliver typewriter, No. 5. spending a month at the Crab Orchard were disappointed,it. as the clouds com- terful addressto when he said: "Itand a me pleasure recall a Pericles Springs Hotel. Her old friends hero pletely obscured Is assisting D, F. Rankin in putting the fey and Joe Elliott spent Sunday with E. C. Walton. Henry . W. H. McClure at Humphrey. Many of our farmers will greatly in- Greece, a Caesar and a Rome, a Napoare pleased to see her and hope she may roof on bis tobacco barn. leon and France, a Cromwell and EngToombs and Clarence Sims, two popustock of hogs. The For Sale Underwood typewriter; regain her lost health. Mrs. Robert crease their made an appropriation last land, a Bismark and Germany, but my surprised at J. T. Hick-le- y lar young men of the New Salem secWe are not of almost new. Will sell cheap. Sever- Thompson and daughter. Mrs. Alvin Legislature belnglopposed to the bridge across tion, are makimr freouent visits to this 2.000 to get started in the manufac heart swells with pride when I think of ance & Son. Holmes, have returned from a visit to ture of bog cholera serum, used to atop America and Roosevelt. After having Hanging Fork, but we think thoso peo- place. A couple of young ladies on the Dike are said to be tbe atlrac ravages or this dread disease, 'the given many historical examples he urgple back thero ooght to have a bridge, Llhertv For Sale. Golden Oak Princess Mrs. Thompson's mother at Mt. Ver- the ed the graduates in his peroration to tion Jack Wells and Hart Coffey went Miss experimental station at Lexington will have the well defined purpose backed Dresser and folding bed. Both good as non. Mrs. Maurice Perkins and as they are in the Hubble school dis to Liberty Monday. doubtless be in readiness bv June 15th, 23-Gadberry is tho only one of our new. Mrs. J. S. Rice, Stanford. Clara Collier have gone to Danville when the law eoes into effect, but it up by an indomitable will. He closed trict and belong to the church here, and E W. A. Brooks Is with the will take some time to get together by quoting the Rebsional of Kipling." shopping. when the creek is up (which is fre- old citizens who appears to nave come female fox hound Lost. Light Miss Bert a Jean Penny gave an and to prepare material for inoculating quently the case) they can get to neith- in contact with Halley'a comet lie is with white feet red white tip on tail. homefolks for a short visit. J. C. and wearinir his head done un In absorbent It will be but short time until exquisite violin solo and other features was in Somerset on business. hogs.raisers can have a protection from of the program were very good. school nor church. Wo do not think cotton and his physiognomy is not very Reward for return to J. T. Hackley, er hoc 23 2. Judge Joe Magee and wife are happy hog cholera. It has been a long time the fiscal court need ask Mr. Hack ley pleasant to look upon. fc.izie is a nrsi-rat- o Jr. Prof. Ireland delivered the diplomas all fellow, though, and will bo fine son. J. G. Legislature made an appro- to or any one else about such a necessity four graduates, Carpets, furniture, mattings, etc., over tho arrival of a announce the ar- since tho for a more worthy cause and andtheMueller, Messrs Misses Hubble in contact with right soon. He came priation Singleton and wife also as this. business end of a Stanford base will be disposed of at E. C. Walton's Riddle and the for one that will repay so many times Bright. sale tomorrow, Saturday, afternoon, at rival of a son in their household. After the flrst Sunday in June there ball player. lone-fewant. and fill a 2 o'clock. Wo extend our sympathies to our bewill be preaching at tho Christian Rev. Donaldson, who preached Sunand third Sunday in Mr. and Mrs. J, H. day morning and night at the Christian chnrch the first Ip you will kindly and promptly pay reaved friends, Cain-Warre- n. Waynesburg. also Mrs. J. J. McRoberts and cnurcn, seems to nave completely capeach month. vour bill, then I can pay ''Bill" the bill tivated his audiences, who hope he will I owo him; becauso "Bill" says ho can daughter, Squire McKechnie is putting up a soon return. fence around his front yard. On Wedncsnay evening last Mrs. G. not pay his bills until he hears from me. Owing to so much rain, farmers are The Ladies' Aid Society or the ChrisElla May Saunders. W. Cain was united in marriage to W. tian church at Hustonville will give a behind with their' corn planting and Not Sorry For Blunder. II. Warren, of Lincoln county. Tho play at Alcorn's obera house next week quite a number have had to replant. Holllster'a Rocky Mountain Tea tones Itching Eczema Washed Away. bride is tho widow of G. W. Cain, entitled "A Friday Afternoon at the my friends hadn't blundered in Village School." All of the "boys" II. II. Singleton was tn Lexington popular the stomach, stimulates the lazy liver: and one of Somerset's most "If nurses, at which she made a success, strengthens tho bowels and makes their thinking I was a doomed victim of con will be over 49 and the girls younger. Sunday. W. U. Reynolds is very ill. 25 cents to you to stop Is it worth and the people of this city and vicinity action easy and natural. The best tonic sumption, I might not be alive now,' Les essay and Will Dinwiddle's Bannon who has u position on that awfu, agonizing itch? Surely you will miss her loving and tender cure, for the whole system. 35 cts. Tea or writes D. T. Sanders, of Harrodsburg, song Reid'a features. There will be a the Q. &Routen, at home nursing a vacwill be C, Ky., "but for years they saw that ev- splendid musical program in connec cinated arm. is J. II. Daigh visited his will spend 25 cents on your druggist's which she administered so freely. We Tablets. Shugars & Tanner. ery attempt to cure a recommendation, to cool and heal and congratulate Mr. Warren in winning George Sturgeon, at tion. Miss Hates, or uanvme, win do daughter, cough fail. At last I tried Dr. King's violinist and Miss Warner, of Lexing- Goochtown. Mrs. Lincoln's prize. He Garrard Man Dies In West. Dunward and Elsie Sinsoothe that terrible Itching eruption T such a prosperous li one of and merDiscovery. The effect waa won- ton, pianist and soloist. Mr, Williams New farmers most gleton visited friends In the Mason Gap By arrangement with the D. D. D. chants. The Rev. Kenney officiated. derful. It soon stopped the cough and his piccolo and the famous Hus- section. Miss Verna Dishon and little News has been received by Garrard I am now In better health thau I have with Chicago, we are able They left for the South, where they exLaboratories of tonville male quartette will also take sister, of McKinney, are visiting tho This wonderful life-i- s part. Watch for the date. bot- pect to spend ten days and then return relatives announcing the death of John had for years. to make a special offer of a homefolks. Mrs. II. H. Singleton is an unrivaled remedy for coughs, to Lincoln county, whert they will M. Orand, at Waco, Tex , but a form visiting friends at Somerset. Misses tle of their oil of wintergrecn com- make their futuro home. Somerset colds, la grippe, asthma, croup, hemorElsie and Cora Singleton were with Miss er Garrard county resident. Mr, Orand rhages, whooping cough or weak lungs. pound, known as D. D. D. Prescription. Times. Sallie Farmer, at Stanford, Friday. Moreland. was stricken with paralysis, death fol- 50c; I. Trial bottles free. GuaranCall, write or phone Shugara & Tanner, It was Mrs. Squires instead of Mrs. lowing after threo days. He was about teed by G. L Penny. We absolutely know that the itch Is Jones, as your types made us say, that Talked Out in Meetin. CO years of age. once by D. D. D. Prescripstopped at Rev. Wyatt Montgomery has about has been here In tho interest of the L. v tion, and tho cures all seem to be percompleted his handsome new residence. O. T. M. Wants A Rat Killing Day. s singThey had some extra Shall Women Vote? B. B Ktnsr has commenced the erec ' Thn Wnvnnalnirir nine won its flrst manent. Shugara & Tanner. ing at a Danville church the other night tion of a fine dwelling. Bishop & Cof- greut victory Sunday by defeating the An old brother, who don't go much on e R. Keller, editor of the Green fey havo completod a nice, new home. champion nine of Duncan 20 to 11 and solos, duets and chants, arose in the If they did. millions would vote Dr. Mercury, who for three years has Ten large tobacco barns are in course also defeated the Walltown team by a Breathe Hyomel and kill the catarrh congregation and asked the minister If King's New Life Pills the true remedy to 3. of germs; heal the inflamed membrane, they had turned the church into a vau- for women. For banishing dull, fag annually called on tho people of Nlcho of construction in this vicinity. theChi- score and 12Yantis Mason Caldwell, thed Singleton, were M. observed at discharge of mucous and for- deville theatre. It Is needless to say ged feelings, backache or headache, con- - as county to make it their business one ldren's Day will be Sunday at 7 p. m. star performers on the Waynesburg stop tho E. church the 4th that the singers and many members stlpation, dispelling colds, Imparting ap- year t0 kiu rat8, has started a The wool crop has about all been dis- tam. never letting a ball get away. ever rid yourself of catarrh. Guaran- were "flustered" and they will keep petite and toning up tho system, they "af. g day1 posed of at 3ic per pound. Buyers are The boys have only been organized a teed by G. L. Penny. Complete outfit . an eye on the old brother in the luture. are unequaled. Easy, aafe, sure. 35c movement to make short time. state-wid- e in Its observance next year. offering 8Jc for hogs. Harrockburg Republican. at Penny's Drug Store. 1100. two-couratore-roomid, back-numbcar-loa- Stanford Is to havo another bunk, to be known n tho State Hank & Trust Company, which will make the third In the city and ninth In Lincoln county. A meeting of the promoters was hold Wednesday night, when plans wero practically completed for tho organiza-tlo- n of the new financial institution. W. L. McCarly will bo president, It Is Mad dogs are causing quite a scare In the Crab Orchard section of the county. Several have born killed and a large number of other canines have been bit ten, it is reported, so that 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. ... in 2. Ma-ao- n, a r -- u 4. lt lung-rackin- g 25-ce- high-clas- Car-lisl- Blu-for- "rat-killin- r PAGE TWO m ? miimf ii WttM Mteyaguj - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. WORK WEAKEHSTME KIDNEYS. MA 37th HiV The Interior Journal Established 1872. Doaa's Kidney I : MVBUY TUESDAY At l Per Year SAUFLEY AND FltlDAY In Advance. V HELTON Publliher Stan- Entered at tho rost omce at ford, Kj., as Second Class mall. ality, but availability. "It should be remembered that Augustus Wlllson, the present republican governor, was elected by 18,000 majority and that the democrats cannot afford to repeat the mistake which lost them the state three years ago. It Is generally understood that Judge will be the republican nominee. Ho has practically been agreed upon by the republicans because of his availability. He Is undoubtedly the strongest man tho republicans can name, because he can be confidently counted on to poll more votes in the election than any other man In his party. The democrats, to insure success, must pursue exactly the same policy. They must name the strongest man before the 0'-Re- ar In the course of an editorial, statirg his position on the raco for tho next democratic nomination for governor of Kentucky, Editor Harry Sommers, of the Elizabethtown News, truly says: "With us, It is not tho question as ., to whom we would prefer for tho UufTalo, New York, nomination, but who Is most solo agents for United States. certain of election after nomination. It Remember the name Doan's and in not a question of locality or person take no other. de.n-ocrat- lc Fostcr-MilburnCo- PHI Have Done Great Service For People Who Work In Stanford. Wren, E. Main St, Stanford; John Ky., says: "I know from experience that Doan's Kidney Pills are all that Is claimed for them. Off and on for several years I had severe attacks of lama back. Often I did work that required stooping and at such times the backache became much worse. Thero was also a too frequent desire to void tho kidneys secretions both day and night. Doan's Kidney Pills rellevdd me and have never failed to benefit me since then when I have taken them." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts. PUBLIC SALE ! HUUUJr44Jr4Jr4JrU believe that there was ever a time In the history of Kontucky when the dem ocratic party should consider the avail ability of a candidate more than In naming the next candidate for governor. This is our purpose and we have no We will sell at public auction at JNunnelleys 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 some choice bargains, don't miss this sale. If you have anything to sell, let us know. W. H. Fields, W. M. Duncan, J. T. Morris. Exact What You Want In Hardware ft What We other." We are in the throes of installing our linotype machine, which we hope will account for all delinquencies in this is- W. T. Moore, one of Adair county's best citizens, dropped dead at his home six miles north of Columbia, Friday. He was 79 years old. are Prepared to people. j tho fact of the failure of Willson'a administration, Kentucky is a doubtful state. In the last five gubernatorial elections the republicans have elected two and the democrats two, once by less than 4,000 majority, and the fifth was a contest settled by the Legislature. In the face of this history, the democratic party cannot afford to make any mistake In Its nomination this time. Personally the editor of the News would prefer as the party's candidate a man whom we did not speak to, if he was surest of election, over a man of our own blood kin, if his election was extremely doubtful. We must win this time and to win we must nom- "In spite of Sheriff's Sale. H reasonable price Sell You, And if you do not know precisely what you need tell us your story nnd we'll supply the article-Goomechanics come here because they are always sure of getting the best hnrdware at a You should come for the same reason. I ! : I j By virtue of Execution No. sii directed to me, which issued from the clerk s office of the Lincoln circuit court in favor of Murphy & Acton strains! John Jenkins. I or one of my deputies, will, on Monday, the 13th day of June, lolo, between the hours of one and two o'clock p. m , at the door in Stanford, county of Lincoln, state 01 Kentucky, expose to pubto the highest bidder, the followlic sale ing property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amouut of the plaintiff's debt, interest and costes, For 46.25, 45 costs and the costs of this action Tract of land in Lincoln co , Ky,, on the head waters of South Fork and containing jj acres, more or less, and Don't miss the Bargain Sate of Ribbounded by the lands of Mr. Martin on bons Friday and Saturday. Ella May Cofthe North, East by the lands of Geo. Saunders. inate the strongest candidate. fey, South by iho lands of Sam Vaught "We are on the eve of a critical, and West by the lands of Ed Murphy, and we might say a crucial period, in levied upon as the property of Joseph the history of the democratic party and JinVins' Terras-Sa- le will be made on a credit of a mistake at this time may prove fatal three months, bond success. No democrat can afford ity required, bearingwith approved securto its interest at the rate to be for a friend who cannot win over of six percent per annum from day of a foe in his party who can. To be for sale, and having the force and e'ffect of a any candidate, whom you think is like- sale bond, this 20th day of May, 191o. W L. M'CARTY, Sheriff L. C. ly to be beaten if nominated, is the 26-- 3 worst kind of party disloyalty. Those democrats who undertake to foist the I personal ambitions of any candidate upon the party and thereby endanger party success are not as much interest In Lincoln Circuit Court ed in the party as they are in the candidate, but those democrats who will In obedience to a judgment of the Linignore the personality of any candidate coln Circuit Court rendered at Its Febto insure the success of tho party are ruary term, 1010, in the caso of Luctns more interested in party success than Perkins, plaintiff, vs. W. J. Edmlston I the children wait for you to cut the the ambition of any man. We do not et a defendants, I will on MONDAY, JUNE 13th, 1910. cake you have made with Baugh-man- 's court-house 0 o O M-'m- U4iP' It U rili-nec- E? iVTRAGOOn .A. W. H. HICC1NS, Bring Your Produce To Us. We hire opened a produce home il t 111 Stanford, Kentucky. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 BOYS' CLOTHING lioy who makes tho gooil ctittomcr when the well he conies to Manhood. We make rt etierial clibrt to plcaM! tho little fellow-- , and our Hoys' Clothing unit them licmtire they arc made always in the o 0 0 0 0 O O Most Popular Styles. We ruu them all with Knickerbocker Troupers; fixes 4 to 17. Every conceivable color. Prices, $3.f0 to $10 tho suit. Odd TroUM-rin cateimere worsteds and Khaki. AH Knickerbockers at 60c, $1 and f 1.50. s 4 0 0 0 on Som-en- et S rtrret and will py ike richest muket price lor til kinda of country produce. Bring ui your tuJ. M.0. BAST1N . CO.. Suntotd, Ky. 0$0f0rrr0-$0000.04!r- 0 0 0 H. J. McROBERTS. 0 o BLACKSM1THING ! Commissioner's Sale Bring your Illackimllhlng and general repair work to me. Hone ihoeliiK one. Hatltfnctlon guaranteed, ibop oppotlle rhllllpt' concrete ttore. JAMEH IlllACKKTT, Htnnford, Ky. UJ n t r...,..,. vi vuui - t? it rv(T.. vvhwj v rvi.n.. I'M vAiiiuaii yrv J.L.Beazley&Co., 7ty?fBBIBnWflaiap.jiaswK With Shining Eyes ynd Watering Mouths. Dr. He;;' Poultry Panacea Will make hens lay, cure them ! ; t J ! You Can Test Our Lumber any way you please. It will stand it splendidly. For we handle no unsound stuff. You will learn that the best lumber is the cheapest in the beginning as well as in the end. And our lumber decidedly comes up to quality called "besL" J. A. ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. CountyCourt day at about 1 o'clock 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 Lincoln county, Kentucky, and bounded on tho north by the Chappell's Gap pike; on tho cast by the lands of W. K. Perkins: on the south by Elm street on the west by the lands of Jane Duch-ana- n and containing twelve acres more or less The object of this sale Is to satisfy a lien debt of tho plaintiff for the sum of $3,u00, with Interest thereon nt the rate of six per cent from January 10th 1905, until paid, interest payable annually, and the further sum of i$o, the probable cost of this action. Said land 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 irom tne day ot Bale, at the rate or six per cent per annum, with good and approved personal security and further secured by a lien retained on tho land. H. R. SAUFLEY, M.C.L.C.C K. S. Alcorn, Att'y. flour. Don't fear their anticipations of "something extra fine will not be realized. Use of Bnugh-man- 's flour insures a perfectly delicious cake if the other ingredients are as good. Order a sack as an aid to fine cake making. You'll find it just splendid. Undertakers and Embalm-ert- . Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for oil Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Price Right STANFORD. . KENTUCK Y CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! I can'lurnlib the puoncwlth the belt, at A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, well at the fretheit of cut floweri, plant! of all klndi, balbt. potted floweri, on thort Burgin, KontucHy, notice. Alto miike a iieclalty of wreath! for for funeral purpotet I mil h itrndiiateof Jonet' National Hcbool In connection with thxalKire. I have all of Auctioneer!, Chicago, ami bate hail klndi of vegetable! on hand at rea.onnble lie In the big cattle lalei at the Union prlcet stock Yurdi. Chicago, where wt told tome CHItlHTMANtlKKKN IIOl'HRH, thoroughbred! n high at I". AIo In Kb JlUUIIAIIll, I'lMllt. horto tulet wuerenutalei were made each Htau'ord, Ky. day. Auctioneering It a science nnd I hae ttudled it with tblt Idea. Heeor phone me ou arrange tor jour tule, I ran before make nlm to your iidwintuge. I'MONKro-- J. H. Baughman & Co. I m m oi diM?are and keep thym in good thrifty condition. The increat-- e in the number of egg laid, will more than pay for the small cximmik oi feeding. It in sold nt Penny's Drug Store. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Btanford, Kentucky. Jg fT ESBSBBSeSEEeEeEKSBER Detroit Vapor, CONCRETING Harry Jacobs, Dealer In and Manufacturer of. Marble- - and Cranito Montr Markert and i'otti. and Lan V u tea and Htttiei. OUlce and worki, Ky. monts, Cemetery you promptly and guarantee flr.t.clati work and material. (Jail and get our prlcet before you buy your material at leatt. In poiltlon todoall klndi of concreting, inch a! lllock Work, l'avementi and. In fact, we can make any thing from e boute down to a fence pott. We can terve "We are IsHsl The Latest In OIL STOVES Absolutely Wicklcss, No As bestos, No Cotton Wicks. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. Sheriff's Sale. By virtue of Execution No. 529 directed to me, which issued from 'he Clerk's office of the Lincoln circuit court in favor of F. F Bobbitt against Caleb Grenshaw and others, I, or one of my deputies, will on Monday, the 13th day of June, 191o, between the hours of one o'clock P. M., and two o'clock P. M , at the courthouse door in Stanford, county of Liocoln, Ky,, expose to public tale to the highest bidder the following property (or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of the plaintiff's debt, interest and costs) towit, Twenty five dollars and interest at six per cent from the 27th day of April I870 until paid, ten dollars and forty-fiv- e ceols cost and further cost of this action. Tract of land in Lincoln county, Ky , near Crab Orchard and bounded on the north by the lands of Charles Redd and 00 the east west and sonth by the lands of Robert Clark, levied upon as the property of Caleb Grenthaw and others Terms-Sa- le will be made on a credit of three months; bond with approved security required, bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from day of tale, and having the forge and effect of a sale bond, this 20th day of May, ll)lo, W- L. M'CARTY, Sheriff L C, - Commissioner's Sale ! In obedience to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at the May term, 1910, in the action of Moses Stewart's heirs against Moses Stewart's heirs, the undersigned commissioner will on MONDAY, JUNE 13th. 1910, County court day, in front of the court house door in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder, on a credit of six months, the tract of land about eight miles from Crab Orchard, in Lincoln county, Ky.. and bounded thus: Beginning at a hickory and buckeye standing in the old line; thence N, CO E. 146 poles to two white oaks, thence N. 30 W. 109J poles to a chestnut and poplar; thence N CO. W 146 poles to two gums; thence S 30, E. 109 J poles to the beginning, containing 100 acres. The object of this sale is for a division of the proceeds among tho heirs of Moses Stewart. The purchaser will be required to execute bond with good Becunty for the purchase price, payable to the commissioner, bearing 6 per cent, interest from date of sole until paid, having the force and effort of a judgment, and secured by lien on thtj land. H. R. SAUFLEY, M. C. L. C. C. J. B. Faxton, Atty for PltfT. Spring & Summer Stock. Have'your meaiure taken by a tailor of ex perlence. Then your olotbet, whethera low price butlnett tult or the flneit erenlng olotbet, will have that Individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were made to your.rueaiure, I will alto take your meaiure for eitra troutert. fancy veiti, top coatit and overcoat!. Hprlngand Humnie, lainplei on hand ready for your Impaction 1I.O. KUI'LKY.TbeTallor, Htanford.Ky. of J. J. BELDEN, For bonte. rarrlase and tlen oalntlnir deco ratlve paper hanging alio buggy trimming all klndi tucli at topi recovered curtalnt and bootimade. HtODOverAldrldire'iblack imlthihop Wett Main Ht., Hlanford Ky,, 1'boneNo.e.TX. IJKMKN. The Very Thing for Summer Cooking. Makes life in the kitchen endurable in hot JJ. MASON'S MEET. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. weather, Lincoln Lodge No. 00., p. & A. M. 111 meet In ttated communication on each flnt and I dettre to tell prtvatelrlmy ttock of (lro Doing a third Monday nlgbtt of each month, at I:ao cerlet and Itardware.about 1fM. irood buil lleaton o'clock In their ball on main ttreeet, Htan-for- nett. Will Invoice Ky. Member! of titter lodge! are fra- Hi neann. OKO. D. UOPFEIt.rHanfordKy. ternally Invited to be preient. T. W. Pennington Bee, GEO. H. FARRIS. TIMETABLE L5N. II, Houtb.UIM r. No. No. No. No. H JOS. S. RICE, Agont. North, !0 a. u. North, 6;v r, a. No.rMOittA.M. No.iMKUr. M. , a, Houth, 10; 14 A , u. . When Hungry OO TO When You Have Uarion'i IV. Furniture and Undertaking. Day Phouo 28. Night Phono 133. A. TRIBBLE, meal. Cooking to tult our cuitomeri our ipeclulty. Hplendld new line of fancy Groccrlei, , UotConee,Handwlchei, plet, Buttermilk and tweet milk, etc., at all timet. Itettaurant Luncaiter, Htreet, Htanford K. Menlnenudat allhoun up to 111301. M. Jleit place lu wnfom good quick To Sell Call H. B. Northcott. Stanford, Ky. 'Phone 153. 26-- 3 Stamford, Kentucky. W. A. CARSON, Prep. TIIURMAN K. TUDOR, Manager. ,"a-- .'' , KW .. MttuilaJjirr l iftn. n H nn.r ' rf?aft4ltotMaiiifcfe AY 27th 1810 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. PAGE THREE WASH SILKS. V NEW SKIRTS. We make a good pick-u- p 3 r We have just opened n bran new line of White Linen nnd Lincnc Tlicse goods nre well mn.lc, cut very full, nnd the Btylcs Come while the Assortment Is Inrgc. Cnll nny of n big lot of Summer Skirts made of light We hnvc marked them Wnh Skirts. nre right; weight material and light and dark materials. Price 08c to $3.50. $2 to $3 less than regular price. They are in the very lntcst pjaited We invite styles. Prices $2.98 to $0.50. your most critical inspection, feeling confident thnt the keener your MISSES' SKIRTS. We have a big lot of Misses' Skirts at about what Judgment, the surer your npprovnl. THOSE WHO KNOW the qunlity you pay for the innterinl. Save yourself the worry of making. time nnd mnkc on cxnminntion of our goods. of our merchandise nre our regular customers. I We urge you to make a Do trial of our store's claims, in your own interest. it today SEVERANCE & SON, NEEDLES, Bobbins and II Stanford, Kentucky. THE ill sewing machines at Penny's Shuttles fo Drug Store. PERSONALS. has returned from a week's stay with Cincinnati Miss Mahy section. at her home agd Mrs Fred Mooer Is very in the Gilberts Creek Hacklry 'dy. Mr. and Mrs.G. C. Given were In Dourbon county this week attending the sale of thu noted Moore place. Mr. and Mrs. Joiin S. Haughuan, of Danville, visited friends here, Tues friend. f ( ap :'rT 1 tmprmnm 1km flav&r nmmm sW'IIW'feliR ugh Mr. John Brioht, Jr., and wife, of Somerset, are with the homefolks here. Miss Mae Phelps, of Madison, is We collect notes and accounts anywhere in the United States, with Mrs. It. C Hockcr. Ciias. Downer, of Cincinnati, is charges unless we collect. Also look after claims of all kinds. with Thomas and Morrison Bright. Bank references. Correspondence solicited. Robert E. Purdom and Miss Myrtle Lane, both of Casey, were married in Danville. Notes and Accounts Collected. No J. H. LUNsrORD, who has been In the navy for several year, has received his honorable discharge and is the guest of his brother, George H. Lunsford. Sam Caldwell, of who attended school at Huton- una Vine in nil younger uijs, nan m-iweek attending court. Mrs. Eliza Hlain has returned from a pleasant visit to her brother. Captain It H. Gentry, and family, In trunk-- , Attorney I'adu-ca- i nmv&sMmu i EROYALp tih Kuitutif iMiiiMia Absolutely Pure Mr. M. G. MURritY nnd handsome daughter. Miss Esther, of Kings Mountain, were here Thursday. T. K. Boiion, son of Dr. T. J. Bobon, has removed from ML, Auburn, III., to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dedord visited Crab Orchard relatives. W. C. Tucker went to Middlesboro yesterday to take a position with the L. & N. Dr. J. G. Ballou and wifo, of Gray- town, O , arrived yesterday to visit their parents. Dr. W. A. Brown and Miss Ella . Blanford, of Parksville, arc guests of ' the family of J. R. Powell. I The U D. C. will meet with Mrs- 'John B. Foster in regular session next Tuesday afternoon at half past two o'- -. , may's COLLECTION agency. WOODSON .MAY, Mgr.. Bowling Green, Ky. Somerset, - - - Kentucky. LOCALS. grown German millet seed. Call on T. D. Newland for JUliHwlssW'l'JilsW JasVdH fort. Mrs. JW1 A3L Wanted, few good carpenters at onbe. J. R Powell, Stanford. Second hand Bell City separator for sale at a bargain W. O. Walker, tf. Lost ICO-ho- g M. J. Adams and Miss Frances at Adams will soon Icavo to make their homo In Hustonville again. They will be greatly missed here and their going will be much rogrcttcd by their many friends. Ur. YY. B. O'Bannos returned Tuesday night from a protracted trip thro' thj West and Southwest. He Is more tpleascd with New Mexico than nny of tho SUtva he went through, but we are glad to say he does not think of moving there. Caft. J. W. Stehienson, of Leban-tJunction, spent several days with the horaefolks at May wood. The captain is one of the best and most popular conductors on this division of tho L. Ma9SL Jt grand-daughte- Reward for return. Woods' Crossing. B. W. Givens. laiaia of thto ptprr will to-- plfurd to TM that ark-nUm there u at Iraat ooe drtadrd and that to haa tma kbl. to cure In all lu Catarrh. HaU'a Catarrh Cure to tl only pnmits cure do known to the mrtlcal rratrmltf. oatarm being a constitutional dlaraae. rcqulrra a roMtito-tlontaken treatment. HaU'a catarrh Cure directly upon Ihn blood and artlna aurtaces ot the lyvtrm. thereby deetmyina ue foundation o( the dfceaae. and alvlwt the natWDt itrenglh by building up the conttitutkm and aaaiat-In- jt nature n dolni tl work. The proprletore ban ao mtKh faith In Ita curative power that they ofJer One Hundred Dollar for any cam that It laua to cure. rnd for list of testimonial! AddrreaF.J CIir.NXY CO.. Toledo. O. Hold by all Druntata, Hall Family nils for ronitlratloo. $100 Reward, $100. mdn ilne tun, kin noau &N. Mrs. Wm. Bydek, of Somerset, visited her sitters, Mesdames Jesso Walter and J. II Harris r, Mrs. T J. Goode and little Margaret McClure, are visiting Crab Orchard relatives. Mr. C. C. Goocii and family, of Wayneaburg, will soon become citixens of Stanford, we are glad to say. Ho has bought the bungalow and three lota on Lancaster street belonging to Dr. W. B. O'Bannon and haa already beresigun the erection of a dence, which he will occupy. two-stor- y Mrs. Molue Nunneixey eral days with Louisville friends. Miss Ollie Crow Vanhook, of Burn-sidis with her many friends here. S. Goldstein spent several days in Louisville this week. J. C Reynolds,!) working nights at the depot while Will Bullock la visiting his homefolks in Marion county. Wm. Bullock, the clover young telegrapher, is spending a week at his home in Lebanon. itEV. E. Powell, of Lexington. spent several days with his father. Capt Powell. e, clock. Miss Maude Carter has returned home from Morganton, North Carolina, where spent sev- I year. she has been teaching the past To those I have notified that their accounts are long past due: If not paid by first of June said accounts will be put in the hands of an attorney. Ella May Saunders. tificates 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 More short locals on Page 1. c I I days with her sister, who is in school at Richmond Mrs. W. P. Buchanan is with her sister, Mrs. Georgo W. Martin, at n. MISS ANNIE HOLTZCLAW Brwnt n fnr J s i WITH Soft, I '''': Plaited, Fancy or Plain Bosoms R T S Detached," or attached Our full made cuffs. Coat Shirt is a model of convenience Mr, John W. Raines sdent a few days at Lexington. M. F Elkin was over from Lcxlng- ton Wednesday. Mrs W. B. Land is very. ill. Five of her children have been down with the measles; Mrs. U M. Blackerry. of Louisville, is with her cousins. Mesdames W. M. Bright and W. J. Yager. Miss Cora Goode, of Hustonville, was in Stanford this week, en routo to Lancaster to vl.itherslster, MissGrace Qoode. Mr. A A. McKinney Is up from Louisville assisting in tho First National Bank for a few days. Mr. II. G. Metcalk. wlfo and pretty daughter, Elizabeth, of McKinney. went up to Paint Lick, Tuesday, to visit relatives. Misses Lucile Eudanks and Mattie Lee Hubble were awarded tho prize for the neatest kept room, at Hamilton College, Lexington The Ladies' Missionary Society of the Baptist church will meet with Mrs. J. N. Mcnefeo this. Frillnv. nftrnnnn i at II o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Foster enter- j tained at dinner Tuesday, in honor of their cousin, Mrs. Myra Wilson, of Ver- den, Ind , who was their guest at their beautiful country homo this week I Thoso present were Mr. anil Mrs. For-- , estus Ilcid, of Danville, and Mr. and Mrs. J. C Hays, Stanford. Wednesday. Oscar Graham and Miss Julia Anderson, of this county, were married at Lancaster Wednesday. William Perry and Miss Annie Wheel-r- , both of this county, were made one yesterday by Judge at the court-hous- e James P. Bailey. Miss Berta Jean Penny, who has been attending school at Ward Semi-nerNashville, is at home for the hoi idays. Master John Murphy, of McKinney, went to Lexington this week to meet his sister, Miss Catherine, who' has been attendingJ.Bourbon College. They will return home the latter part of tho week. y, Mrs. Bose Alexander, of Owenton, Orchard relatives. She spent several days with her sister, Mrs. W. R. Gaines, who is quite ill. Rev. J. J. Dickey attended the commencement exercises of Kentucky Wesleyan College at Winchester. John Carroll, who has just reached his majority, and Miss Bertie Young, 18, were mado one at E. J. Young's is with Crab Thirty applicants for teachers' cer- - Give, them Ayeifs, Cherry PecChildren cough toral. Often a single dose at bedtime will completely control the cough. Good for any one with a cold or cough. Good for easy cases, hard cases; good for acute cases, chronic cases. Ask your doctor to tell you, honestly and frankly, just what he thinks of this old standard temedy. No alcohol m this cough medicine. J.C.AyerCo.,LowetlMoss.- a lazy boy. An active brain demands an active liver. laxative lor boys ana girls than Ayer's pub. Ask your doctor about them. A lazy liver makes He! One Dose for Coughs atnight? No tetter knows. lyymMM&'&Mi AUTOMOBILES, SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES. AGENTS FOR Louis KNODLOCK.tho expert machinist of the Lexington Herald, is here this week superintending the erection of tt Iutliiii IrmnMAI.'a nptv llnntvm He knows those delicate' Jj machine. instruments from top to bottom; is a 4 Mason and an all 'round good fellow. Hon and Mrs. W. R. Ramsey and J children and Mrs. Alice Adams, of Den-,- c ver. have been spending a few days 4 with Danville relatives. Mtss Ada Wesley, who has been visiting Hon. and Mrs Jason Wesley, has returned to her home in Liberty. Mrs. Wesley ond little Bon. Sherwood, HPenmnanied her home and will visit relatives and friends for a few days at j S Flanders 20 E. M. F. 30 WHITEISHIRTS In plain, plaited, full dress or negligee. Our $1 "Monarch" Shirt is the standard of quality and workmanship, while our r v ces the engagement of her daughter. Miss Onoria McFatridge, to Mr. J. Wesley Cardwell, the marriage to take place the latter part of June. Miss McFartndgo is n bright, attractive young woman, and Mr. Cardwell, a Harrodsburg business man. is at present on the New York aqueduct Liberty.Advocate. A dispatch from Harrodsburg says that Mrs. Edward McFatridge announ- Haynes $2000 Baker Electric 2000 to $4000 vStudebaker Garford, $4ooo to $6000. If interested. Phone us Bell 24, and we will gladly g'ive you $1250 $750 demonstration. Danville Ice & Coal Co. E E mm SmW " L. R. Hughes mfmi T. V. Danvi"c y- - Humble W. O. Martin 1 SMS We have just received a beautiful line of new summer silks in all shades and prices; also a lot of new yokings and band trimmings. Call and see us beforo buying. style and perfection and the $1. 50 "Cluett" is the acme of col- Young men who are critical of of every detail of their ors all guaranteed not to fade. Soft shirts with collars from 25c to $3. We can show you something new. attire, are sure to be pleased with 1 OUR STYLES. 1 v Cummins & Wearen, II W. E. PERKINS, HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., STANFORD, KENTUCKY. JaaWJI. - SI CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. Jlj Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. J il!fcJ9iMw .. i rtui f ' 5fMBlfaWKfJ m srvsfs .. -la-y-y-.. V PAGE FOUR t MAT 27th, 1910 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. SOLD THE in v; FARMER'S DKPAMM1WT. Lee Rankin sold toGreely Lutes a lot of hogs at 9c Olack bull calf came to my plica Nov. 1, 1909, which owner can get by paying ror thii notice and Its keep. J. M. Camden, Wayneibur, Ky. 25-Lawson & Brown ihipped a of cattle to Hubbard, Haujer & Hags dale, at Cincinnati, this week. Carroll Duddetrar bought a nice year lint? bv Ashland Brook, for which he paid a fancy price. Boards tor Sale-H- ave about 30,000 or mora ooaras ror sale; will take con. tracts for tobacco sticks. Oscar Hortcl, Crab Orchard, It. F. D. 1. 24-- 2 Attend tho sale of household and kitchen furniture at R. C. Walton's homo next Saturday afternoon, A. T. Nunnelley bought from S. G. urown, or Euuanks, 9 cattle at A to tic. Matt Myers bought a line Pedro Jer sey cow from Mrs. Bud Uoldcrman this week for $75. Lost - Bed gilt; weight about CO lb. Reward for information leading to her car-loa- d Chas. Wheeler Emporium, , WORLD OVER. We Have The Most SBBBM' 'iaisSTBBBBBBBBBBSB Up-ToDa- te Hustonville, Ky. Line m' ' jRssssstIII of V SBSSSSSSsH Pants Town, in . RED BOX All holding keys: Will be ready for you to open the box and take the money; ior you hold the keys. Remember the date June 9th. This will be our special sale day. Come early to avoid the CHAS. WHEELER. rush. A Sad Mission. Judge Robert J. Breckinridge was called to Liberty Saturday on a sad mission. His old friend, Mr. John Moore, is critically ill and is not expected to re; cover, and requested that Judge Breckinridge be called so that they could talk "old times" once more before parting. Mr. Moore is 79 years old and one of the mest substantial citizens who ever lived ih Casey county, lie and Judge Breckinridge having been warm Iriends for almost two generations. For 45 years Judge Breckinridge has always stopped WV h fcHtlHt j 'A1' W. lit BssssssssssH fjtf ww " ff " I J VmA M Vfg6MA JTONIQ The Markets. GftCAt THE assssssssfl SBBBBBBBBBBBBBB jssssssssssssssf I sasssssssssr I in all shades, grey, h Cincinnati. May 20 Cattle Regood market quiet; fair at his home when practicing law at the ceipts G 35 to 6 90; common to 25 to shippers 2 Liberty bar. Danville Advocate. 5c. Hogs Receipts 2,872; market dull and weak. 10c lower; butchers and shipIowa Man's Life. Saves An pers 9 60 to 9 G5t common 8 75 to 9 Go Receipts The very grave seemed to yawn be- .Sheep lower; to 49.33; mnrket slow, 15c 90. Lambs market to 25c 3 fore Robert Madson, of West Burling6 50 to 8.65. ton, Iowa, when, after seven weeks in steady, the hospital, four of the best physicians gave him up. Then was shown the marWill Promote Beauty. velous curative power of Electric Bitters. For, after eight months of frightWomen desiring beauty get wonderful suiTering from liver trouble and ful help from Bucklen's Arnica Salve. yellow jaundice, getting no help from It banishes pimples, skin eruptions, all other remedies or doctors, five bottles sores and boils. It makes the skin soft of this matchless medicine completely and velvety. It glorifies the face. It cured him. It's positively guaranteed cures sore eyes, cold sores, cracked lips, for Stomach, Liver or Kidneg troubles chapped hands. Best for burns, scalds, and never disappoints. Only COc at G. fever sores, cuts, bruises and piles. 25c L Penny's Drug Store. at Penny's Drug Store. FOR THE CAREFUL FARMER. 1F, , xM - "tiff 6fT j " TO J """f " "" "" T j saw t , recovery. W. P. Carson, Hustonvlllo. Brown mare, about 16 years old, in stray pen. Owner can get same by paying charges. B. U. Carter. 24-Podlic Sale. -- 17 mules, Jersey cows and farming Implements will bo sold at the late home of Capt. J. II. Wilson Friday, May 27, five miles from Danville on the Lexington pike near Dix river. For Sale A good brood mare with mule oolt by her side. C. L. Mensley, Kings Mountain. 24-J. W. Powell and his J. D. Depp, two of Hustonville's moat prominent citir.cn, were here Saturday. They report that a bumper crop of tobacco will be cultivated in that section this season and that planting has a. ready begun. They each sold a mule colt to John K, Baugnman, of Hustonville. at $110 each. They state that mulo colts are bringing top prices. Danville Advocate. Gov. Willson has offered rewards for the arrest and conviction of tho person or persons, names unknown, who put Paris green in tho salt which was fed to stock on the farm of C. C. Clubb, near North Pleaureville Two cows died. Tho reward U $500 for the, first conviction and $250 for each subsequent conviction. 3 son-in-la- iBBBv V L!sPl'Sssrssssmw browns, white flannel, greens and blue serges, nothing but stylef Come and let us show them to you. '" SAM ROBINSON, Next Door to Lincoln County Nationn.1 Hank, STANFORD. KY. UP-TO-DA- TE s i m m f I 1 STYLISH I Well made Mens and Boys clothing. Prices within reach of all. i How to t ltH'i4Vi.U,.VVNyT-Vi. if ...- v 2L nn iiw in w"t3-f- - i nr fcVlft nr I r,lW4jlw r Cure Eczema, Pimples And Dandtuff. the farmer who exercises the same careful judgment in selecting his fence tha the agency for Zemo, we were convinced that it was a valuable remedy for . lieoes in selecting his quality , of grainor stpekthat hewishes.to .enclose within the field. eczema, plmptes and dandruff. Yet we must frankly admit that Zemo has far Any style or weight. Place your order now with me forthe Brown. You cant go wrong. The BROWN FENCE is for We deiire to say that when we took H. G. CARPENTER, Stanford, Ky. At Lincoln Nat'l Bank. PUBLIC SALE Of Magnificent Farm! The unders:Jned will on "Sure Cure" 1910 "I would like to guide suffering women to a sure cure for female troubles," writes Mrs. R. E. Mercer, of Frozen Camp, V. Va. "I have found no med- rictne equal to Carduf. I had sullered for about four years. Would have headache for a week at a time, until I would be nearly crazy. I took now I never have the headache any more." ESJ Car-duia- Wednesday, June ist, J About 1 o'clock A. M., on the premises , tell publicly to the highest bidder that splendid (arm known as the "Todhiurtet Place," located in Fayette county, Kentucky, on the Walnut HilU turny pike road and containing 45 8 brick dwelling oi acre. Upon said farm is an elegant ten rooms, with good cellar, bath room and all modern conveniences and all usual and necessary outbuildings, including servants' quarters in excellent repair; three good tenant houses, two practical. ly new tobacco bams, capable ol housing 30 acres ol tobacco; and excellent stock barn and various other improvements. The place has upon it all necessary fencing, and is supplied with lasting and well distributed water to an extent to satisfy the most exacting. The land u naturally as sood a the best to be found in the Blue Grass Region, a lane part of it now in grass and balance in the highest stale of cultivation. The part cultivation of the land has been such, and its present condition is now such, that exceeding 200 acres of the land is now ready for grow ing tobacco, and .the remainder susceptible with proper tillage, of like use later, so that a purchaser may confidently rely upon having 75 or 100 acres lor tobacco annually for all bine to come. The remainder of the land being eminently suitable for cultivation in other crops. No more attractive larm in itself and in its environments is to be found, and either for home or investment purposes it cannot be surpassed, and this opinion we believe will be shared by any whi will investigate. The sale of the property is made necessary to elect a settlement between th owners. Mr, Mieatt will be lourul upon the premises until day ol sale and will be glad to show the place to intending purchasers. exceeded our expectations as a treatment for skin diseases We are pleased to state that we shall continue the agency, as Zemo has given splendid results wherever recommended. Our customers like Zemo, too. because it is a clean, vegetable liquid for extornal use Zemo effects ita 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 bo used freely on infants. With everypurchase we give a booklet on skin diseases explaining in simple words how any person can be cured at home of any form of skin or scalp di: eases by this clan, scientific remedy. G. L. Penny, Druggist. i m M ! L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. If you havo anything in the to sell STOCK Take to URE Nunnelley's New Stock Yards Ho bupnnd scl a every tlay in the year except Sunday. Bring otfl your stock. Best market in the State with plenty of "'V eed and water best covered pen, outiida of Liuwvillo or Loxington.l STANFORD, KY. We also do a general hitch and feed buslnc. Jj fajJIsssssssssssrlSjsiijSTtrf , nd Free Dyspepsia Sample Sufferers from indigestion are wak ing up to the fact that DcDDcrmint lozenges, charcoal and "dyspepsia cures are only makeshifts in the cure of so troublesome a complaint as W. L. MCAKTV.Pres. E. C.WALTOJWrcs. L. R. IIUGHE8.H. At Take CARDUI Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford, Kentucky, TERMS OF SALE. One-thir- d cah, balance in one and two years from March Ist, 1911, notes to bear 6 per cent, interest, payable annually, and to be secured by vendor's lien, purchasers to have customary seeding privileges this Fall and full possession March Ist, 191 1. Purchaser will .also get the benefit and assume the burden of a lease lor two years from March 1st, 191 1, covering certain tenant houses and bams on the Combs farm, details of which may be learned on application. Discount at 6 per cenl. per annum from day of payment to March 1st, 1911, will be allowed on the .cash payment, rot lurther information call on or address, enrome inaixeauon. What I reaulred la somcthlnsr hat will not only relieve but Farms and Town Property Handled on Comiuinaion. Stocks and Itondafil wmch will tone and train tha dirastlva apparatus' to acaln do Ita work imm.ti. Sold. If you Have Projierty to Sell or Kent Notify Us. and this these simple remedies cannot tto! Write (or Circular to ... h There la something rmm of Indlseetlon than awcsLnlnsj tha breath, and yet a remedy that only conW. F. HIEATT, R. F. D. No. 10. Lexington. Ky. tains dilutive Inrredlents will not cur Fayette Telephone No. 2356. the bails of Indlceitloo or G, B. MOSELEY. Versailles. Ky fierraanently. circulation, rs- quires a scientific laxative.andhat We know Iniuris Tobacco and Tobaoea of no remedy that combines these requirements better than THE GOOD H1RNESS HIKER ujrup I'epsln. which has Dr. CaldwelVa been sold for a quarter of a century Dr. Caldwell's 8yrup Pepsin Is a Nothing But doesn't confine his work to putting live tonic, a scientific blendlnc nat- Ural ingredient, for th. ....... -of con fine finish on his handiwork. He a stlpatlon, nditreitlon. liver trouble, D. stomach, sick headache and similar sour wants the inside to be ns good as Its Ingredients will so strengthen The lasuraocc Man, fj? '?.?" stomach and bowel muscles the outside is attractive. For exthat they will again do their work y STANFORD, KY. amples of harness that is reliable,as ni when that h accom. Heildeace I'Jiono M; OOlcs, M. 'rouble Is over. Fannls Jour well as attractive, you should come S'.'hid Staunton. Vs.. was a a Iusur tyith me and be fully ulterer, ns was O. Tuck. Blackburn, here. Our harness is the kind that Feet of Lumber protected. M,.i ft.2d lh,r botn ro"nJ their looks well on the road and also Ther became wLthth!., .rem.e1,r that pills and tablets, salts, "dys. brings you home safe. You ought to At The Right Prices. pepala cures" etc.. were at best only have a set of it. temporary reliefs. They first accepted a free ,amP' botll?Tel!., onSf. New Llverv. Undertaker and Kmbalmer. tle, -"willingly sends to anyone I have 200,000 feet of lumber C. McCLARY. Stanferd, Ky. who forwards name and address. Later, Depot STANFORD, suitable for tobacco barns and oth- havlnr convinced themselves throuah the KY. free samnle. they hnnvhs a.m.. 06. er building purposes at reasonable of their rffless FhonslflT, Uoms ftioosN. fifty cents and out STANFORD. KENTUCKY. prices. Call on me or write me for uuuar a Dome. at . win ..I.....! prices and tell me what you want, to Dr. Caldwell narannallw advtrat. von n. give you any medical ill's for youraelf nr fnn.llv n.r:ii- - .1 and I can suit you. the stomach, liver or bowels absolutely Never WALKER OWENS. letter and he In Pongo, Ky. ror the free will reply to yousend detail sample simply your your Insurance policy will build you An bath room is Shi pplng Point Mt. Vernon nnme and address on a postal card or Otherwise. For lttir flk.rf...- a new one. As soon as our apnecessary for Tho Woman's Tonfc The pains from which many women suffer every month are unnecessary. It's not safe to trust to strong drugs, right at the time of the pains. Better to take Cardul for a while, before and after, to strengthen the system and cure the cause. This is the sensible, the scientific, the right way. Try it ,. 'ij u L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky. larnt. Insurance. J. C. com-plain- Jesse Wearen, ", McClary, !? 9 a" on nat-u!?- lonr-tlm- 200,000 J. i B. D. CARTER, Street, Phone Cleanliness is Next to Godliness te drut t...i. Mind the former. Consult us as to the best plan for your floor In Re Buna Vista Compton on Application for Pardon. 6pace, and we will fit you out with a bath room of which you will be Notice u hereby given that Buna Vista Compton proud, without much strain on your now serving a life sentence in the State penitentiary FranUort, pocketbook. at SCM"., having been convicted in the Circuit Court will on lite third day 1910 make amplication to tha governor commonwealth to pardon said Compton lease him from custody, This the 20th IWajr 1 adl!.re.?,..l!?.Xr-.- bulldlnr. Montlcello. B.- - Caldwell. ReOQCald. III. riiia Barn Lumber For Sale! and Frame Lumber for Bam Patterns, which I will sell for cash or trade for Com, Hay pr jlood Horses and Mules. Prices on this very reasonable, for I want to sell. Write mo 120,000 feet of Boxhirf. ShcetiniJ breaking Ky., under a chaise of house Lincoln of tune, of the and re. day of praiser has made his report a prompt one you receivo a clieck to cover the damage in accordance with the terms of your jiollcy. We know of no better renson for Insuring house and personal elTects in the companies we represent. Our pnono is II W. K. WARNER, Phone 188, zw - 71V. STANFORD. KFNTUCKY. ffcAs 25.4 W. V WILKINSON at once. Respectfully, C. J. SePPLE. London, Ky. tf is.wir. . i ' Fish & Pennington, Stamford, Ky,, Phena 200. T"- - - .Jfc.sat sasMw-- . 'r'-.-iaijw.iii- i