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NO. 28 Kentucky's Splendid New Statehouse Dedicated With Imposing Ceremonies ryriaii-i"'',ll,..,,-:jiiijIWLI,viiiirM'i'iit at ! ' n mu-ji- ij sse "(- ' - f-fiiMFi- p- 3 p B -- :,"3r jnZ! H j 1 hS BBr l t, PR Bf Vh1 L HTFHH J BBHBv ' BBH OVKH.MJU'tt STATK H1XEITIO 1IOUU. 1 Welcome on hermit Mayor J. II. Polacrove. UAIM COHIItlHllt. rintsPKcrrivi: June 2. nt to the dedication of Kentucky's new state-hoastoday witnessed the olllclal culmination of n tight of more than a hundred year on the part of Frank-for- t to retain the neat of government and on the mrt of other cities In the Mate to hnre the capital removed from Frankfort, The citizen of Frankfort In that hundred yearn' tight have donated thousands of dollars tuwitrd paying for the llrvt three- or four Mtatehoiisrs aud many more thotiiiindi In entertaining various legislatures In the effort to retain the neat of government here. I'n-ti- l the present splendid structure iw nctuully hullt the Frankfort Hple have felt uneasy lent something might happen to roll them of the statehouse. The dedication of the new building has put nil dotibtM to rest. Thousands of people from practically every county In the old commonwealth Journeyed to I'mnkfort this week to witness or take part In tho fnrmul More than TIX) hChoolRlrls ramo on one train from Lntilxrlllo mid sane a moiii; u h part of the dedicae cere-inonlc- a. FUANICFOttT, the view of Kentucky's new CAl'lTOI,. of city by 3iuy '.ti, IxiuIbvIIIu K. (Iris G 6 Hong High School. Addresa by (Jov. Atmuiittix "America br iccuilrtl Wllhon. ley. 7 Music Uy hand. I Address by 8en..)r Wlltlam 9. 10. ". U-j- Bra4 Bona- by In the afternoon, band concert In ths the liutl.llnir and for lni"Ctlon of ilaltors. From 7.3 o'clock p, m. to II o'clock state reception In the capltol building, with old fanhloiud Kentucky liuuie urm-In- e capltol bulldifia. uhen ottlces therein were It. "Ilile" Loulnltln Girls' Illf Ilenedlctlon by Father T by bund moot. oent Legiilation For New Capitol. of th day. Muyor roNjjrove of I'rankfort delivered tho address of welcome, and (Jov-ern- tion program. A blK teniorary plutform woji erect-r- d lumuHllately In front of tho capltol Imlldlui;. and from thU Btnnd United State Senator W. O. ltradley delivered hln clonuent speech us the orator thnt delivered by Senator Ilradley. Several hundred former Htudents of tho Kentucky Military Institute, which chool flourished four miles from Frankfort for moro than tlfty years, vrcru In attendance, havlnn decided to hold ft V1IIkoii made u wiwech prectHlIng reunion hero on dedication day. When the legislature of 1P0I met the Ktnte of Kentucky wan practically out of debt, mid n bill appropriating for tho erecting of a new stnte capltol pasHcd that biMly with but one dlsM'iitliig vote. A commission to carry out the provisions of the net whs iippolutcd, consisting of the following; J. (.'. W. lipcklmm. governor; II. V. Mcl'hesney, hecretnry of state; S. W. linger, state nudllor; N. II. Hays, attorney general, find II. M. Ilosworth, Mate treiiHiirer, At the tlrst meeting Henry II. Ware vtns elected secretary to the hoard. It was provided by the net above to Hint tho new building wai to bo erected upon the site of tho old, but when tho architect, Frank M. Andrews of Dayton, O., presented Ills plans It wus found that tho old location wits not suitable for the proposed structure. A special session of tho leglshituro wus called to meet In January, 1003, to coiiNlder the matter, mid the locution wus changed to South Frankfort ou the grounds known as the "Hunt place," containing thirty ncres, for which the state paid re-er$10.-00- llruner New Statehouse Described. The face work of the building Is constructed of llmestoue from Hedford. hid., with ii Vermont gninltc base, and rests uMn n concrete foundation. It :h surrounded by an architectural stone terrace, with concrete floor, covered vitrified brick. The outer walls of tho building nre ornamented with Ionic columns, thirty-Twou the front four ou either end aud thirty on tin back, nil of which are monoliths, twen feet ten Indies tall, welgliliu about eighteen tous each. The pediment over the north en trance, designed by Charles Henry Nlehiius of New York and executed hj the Austrian sculptor I'eter ltoss.ik for the mini of $H).noi). N richly sculp t tired and adds greatly to the nppeur mice ot the building. The heroic tig lire In the center represents Ken tueky standing In front of a chair id Mute. Her Immediate attendants nre o HKHi. the btiiliiiug was Srat by Secretary of State Ben L. Official Program. Kolluwluir Is the oillcial program ns arranged by the dedication committee mid carried out: (a) S o'clock a, m. Klrlng signal sun at rutmnl. contract was let to tho General Supply mid Construction company ot New York for the erection of the A (ti) ) o'clock a. in. Detachments of th Ifceptlou aud lrainxrUtloii committer, under their leaders, to aemtlo ut their revettlv ol of smlBiuneiit to receUa ami cars fur laltors, ura (d 10 o'cloi k a in -- Deroratlou ntKrunk-for- t lllajnuy In of Itev. J. cemetery by cominltteo of tho I'mnkfort Dullness Men's club, as (uovlded by resolution of that body In reruicnltlou ot auditor; James Ilrenthltt. attorney genhi loyalty to and his sxertlons In the re- eral, and Kdvtlii Furler, Mute Irons-tiretention of tha seut of government si and thereupon Captain Kdwurd Krankfort l. M. Driino wus eUctid secretary to the st the (d) 13 o'clock board. 1 Balute fired from Arsenal hill Under this new uiauugcmeiit con2. Muslo by band. t. Invocation by Illthop Lewis W Uur. tracts were let for tho completion aud tQH. furuUhJpg oj Ul6 building, and on csp-Ito- building. On Aug. 14, 1IKC. ground was broken for the foundation, and on June lit, I00t the cornerstone, was laid. Incident to tho change ot ndmtnls-triillowhich occurred on Jan. 1, 11KXS, tho following commissioners tool; charge ut ulTiiIrs: Augustus i:. Will-sogovernor, Hen U Hrtiuer, fcccre-tur- y of Htnto; Frank IV James, stuto 1'rogress, who Is keen kneeling nt her feet pushing n winged wheel; UN tory, ou the right. Is recording the events of the richly peopled past. 1'lenty stands In the left background with n cornucopia overflowing with fruit and gniln; Art Is representiil on the right by n female flgttro with palette nud brush In her hand; 1.u bor. In tho rear, facing Art, by hi male figure stripped to the wnlst nnd grasping n hammer. An agricultural aspect H Introduced by groups of cuttle nnd homos, with male and female figures wreathing tho crenturcs as In festul array. Tho idea of the statue Is portrayed In the two ends of the pediment by Its grouping, nnd Its Indivisibility nnd stability nre shown In the stuto seal, which Is Indicated nt the left end by n group of two figures tying fnsces, signifying strength nnd unity. At the other end Is au Indian group of two .figures, suggestlvo of pioneer days, crouching with fear nnd wnlchtiig the approach ot civilization. Tho dimensions of the new nre es follows; Total length from east tn west, 4K feet; depth of reutrnl part of building through the estibule, ISO feet; diameter of rotunda, fi7 feet; height of building from terruco floor to top of pur:ict wnll. Wl feet; height of doiiio from terrace floor to top of lantern, 1!12 feet; width iif agricultural terrace nt the front and rear of the wings of the building and it tho east end, !10 feet; width of agricultural terraco at tho west end aud reur ot central pavilion, 10 feet; length of uedlmeat from east to west, 74 feet; httcht of pediment from base Un to stnto-hoiih- for building proper, $1,180.-4.1POSTOFFICE ROBBERS Ml; ninoiint expended for grounds. $m.7IKl; nrnount extended for furniP,.., f..i rti.l ture, carpets, mnrblo doors, mural nnffironnn,! paintings, etc., $141,831; nrnount exNot Suspect Their Intention-T- he pended for mclnl file ense. vnulls, Exact Loss. etc., $I.,18S, amount expended for power plant, $!K),0o0; nrnount expended for enrichment of pediment, No clew has been discovered to the amount expended for heating, men who brcke into tho Stanford lighting and electrical fixtures, last Tuesday morning and so far nrnount exiiended for terrace and Inndsonpliig. $loo,oo0, making o ai known no steps have been taken to discover tho robbers. The U. S. secret grand Intnl nf $1,sm.(KK). service works very quietly, however, and its detectives may have already Kicked In Stomach been here and nt work. The men who nre believed to have JamcsII.Bauglunan Badly Hurt By broken Into the postoflice were seen by Will Salter, a colored man, shortly afFractious Marc. ter midnight, standing in front of the James II. Mnughman, one of the best postoffice. Salter was watching to known farmers of Lincoln county, was keep dogs off the new granitoid pavekicked in the stomach by a mare Tues- ment in front of the First National day morning- and badly injured For a while it was feared that his in- Bank, and as the pavement had become jury might taken serious turn, as he sufficiently hard, was on his way home. caught tho blow from the animal's hoof The men, one tall and the other rather in the pit of the stomach shortly after short, moved off and walked rapidly up eating a hearty breakfast. Ho was Jockey Row. the street between tho knocked flat on his back and rendered unconscious. His back was hurt by the courthouse and Christian church, so fall, also, and he has been confined to (hat ho could not tell whether they were his bed since. Mr. Haughman was con- white or colored. He went on borne siderably improved Friday and hopes to soon he out again. He was standing and shortly afterward the explosion close to tho mare when she lunged and was heard. kicked at him. The injury would have Postmaster Florence has figured up undoubtedly been much more serious the exact loss, which was $58 74 in had he been a little farther away and caught the full swing of the flying hoofs. cash; $333.70 in stamps, and $22.70 in money belonging to tho money order department. His personal loss in the To Fight White Plague. safe, etc. is about $23. The stamps secured were in one tissue Meetings To Be Held At Two oiled lead stamp book containing 1, 2, 3, 4. 5, 8 and special delivery Points In County. stamps to the value of about $50, and 1 The physicians at other points in the and 2 cent due stamps, about $25; a county are actively interested in the sir. all wooden box, containing the cash. Breaking or attempting to break into light. A mass meeting will be held at the Christian church a postoflice has a penalty of a fine of at Crab Orchard Sunday afternoon at 3 $1,000 and imprisonment, and the reo'clock, nt which nridresscs pertinent ward for capture of the robbers in this to the matter will be delivered by Drs. J U Carpenter, Edmiston, Jones and case would be considerable, Postmaster Florence says. Harmon On Sunday, June 12, a similar meetEntrance to the building was effected ing will be held at Hustonviile, at by breaking the glass in the windows which Drs. Alcorn, Barker, Childress, Pipes and Bertie Carpenter will speak above the outside lock boxes. The robber went about his work in a methTax Rate Fixed, odical way. He undoubtedly was an experienced hand at the game. And More Stable Room Provided A hole about half an inch in diameter was drilled in the safe just above the By School Board. combination lock with a powerful drill. Iteadv for business now, the marauder At a meeting of the board of education of Stanford this week, the tax rate then mixed his is called in the criminal parlance--o- n for the support of the Graded School was again fixed at 40 cents and $1 25 a shelf in the rear of the office. He did not use allot the supply of explosive poll tax, the same as last year. he made, but left some on the sheif in Tho board reorganized, Dr. W. B.O'Bannon president and Prof. a dirty white handkerchief, mute evi- J.W. Ireland secretary. It was decid- denco of the means employed in the ed to increase the stable accommoda- robbery, but affording no clow to the tions on the school grounds to double robber. The explosion, which followed and their present capacity, so as to better care for the horses and rigs of those gave aeeess th tho contents of Uncle who drivo in from tho country to school. Sam's strong box, was heard by many people in town. No one seems to have attached any particular significance to Ptomaine Poisoning it, however, most of those who heard it passing it off as a loud shot fired by some late roisterer. George II. Farris Gets in Its Work in Garrard Coun- heard the explosion but did not get up, thinking it was some one firing in ty Also. Ball's alley. Rural Route Carrier Jesse Manning, who had been out in the Last Sunday afternoon while Mr. and country spending the evening with friends, came back to town Mrs. J, E. Dickerson, of Lancaster, night. He was turning the about midcorner of were visiting relatives in Garrard, their Main and Whitley avenue when he son. J. Weslev Dickerson, wai taken heard the explosion, but thought nothalarmingly ill, and hastened at once to ing of it more than to wonder what it town to a physician. Upon returning was. is It generally believed that two men home they found their young daughter. must have handled the job, one acting Pearl, and their sifter, Miss Flossie M as lookout while the other did the dirty Sutton, also very ill By the prompt work. They did a clever job and got but aid of a physician all three were re- away with somelittle chance of capture. talk of getting blood There was lieved, and soon out of danger. hounds but the government will make The serious illness of all three was no allowance for such expense. Tho robbers could easily have gotten pronounced ptomaine poisoning, and was thought to bo the result of tho ice out of town on an early freight, or the morning passenger pended 1 The following Items represent th tal cot of the building: Amount toex- COLORED MAN SAW JBIG LEAGUES AFTER STANFORD PLAYERS Itff Mike Penny Has Offer From Kilty League And Wesley Embry From Blue Crass. So good have the members of the Stanford baso ball team become and so far has their reputation spread by rea-Bo- n of their 20 straight victories, that several havo already been offered league positions. Mike Penny hai received an offer from Clarksville, Tenn., to catch In the Kitty League, and Wesley Embry Is wanted by Manager Kuhn for a try-oin the box with the Shelbyville Blue Grass League team. It is hardly probable that either will accept the offers made them, for both desire to take college courses, and participation in league games would forever bar them from college or other amateur games. Both are among the best players on the local team when at their best, and their friends believel that either would "make good" in fast com- $10.-00- post-offi- - pany. Much local interest is felt here in the success which Milton McCormtck Is attaining with the Paris team of the Blue Grass League this season. He has pitched in five games so far and won every one of them, onco or twice winning the gameiimself by his own batting. He is considered the best pitcher developed in tho Blue Grass this season, and will undoubtedly "go up" if ho continues his splendid record. Harry Camnitz, also a Lincoln county boy, has been sent by Pittsburg to Newark, New Jersey, in the Eastern league for a little more experience. His friends are confident that he will Boon bo with the Pirates permanently, for ho is showing the same qualities which have made his older brother, Howard, the best pitcher on the Pittsburg ros- ter. M'KINNEYBAND GETTING IN SHAPE Ball Team Defeats Moreland In Hot Game Other Live News From Little City. McKinney, June 2. The McKinney band recently organ ized, is getting along fine and will soon be ready to give some concerts in the near future. The members are R. H. Metcalf, president, baritone; Norman True, vice president, 1st cornet and leader; Mack Mobley, treasurer and 2nd cornet; George Lay, secretary and tuba; James Dye. librarian; and Eb9 clarionet; Harry Jacobs, solo Bb cornet; L. E. True, solo alto; Harry Wright, 1st alto, Eugene Davidsoa, trombone; James Cannon, 1st tensr; Arthur Coffey, baritone. The boys meet Tuesday and Thursday nights for practice. They have three more appli cations for membership and have horsa for more. McKinney won a hotly contested game of ball from Moreland on their grounds Saturday afternoon by the score of 12 to 9. Battery for McKin ney Estes, Hughes and Epperson. For Moreland Rakerstran, Neal and Carter. Our place is rather quiet, as the farmers are busy, the cold, wet weather having greatly retarded them in their work. Norman True, wife and daughter returned Friday from a visit to friends and relatives at Cincinnati. Several of our citizens were at the Waters cemetery near Kings Mountain Monday attending the Decoration Day exercises and the funeral services of Roscoe Leach. The sermon was preached by Rov. fluey, of Somerset, and Rev. Davidson, of Danville, made fit- "8oup"-asnitro-glyce- r-in cream they ate for dinner. trains. Markets. Louisville June 2 Cattle Receints four days this week 2,207 Prime export 7 to 7 25 shippers 6 to 7c: beef steers i to o ?&; tat hellers 4 to u.'Jo; cows 4 to 6c; cutters 3 to 4c; canners. 2 to lie; bulls 2 75 to 5c; feeders 4 too 75; stockers 3 to oc; choice milk cows $35 to $50; common to fair $15 to $33 Calves Receipts 104; for four days 447. Market steady; best 7J to 8c; medium 5i to 7Jc; common 2J toGJc. Hogs Receipts 2.200; for four days this week 6,00o; market steady: heavy pigs, 90 pounds and up 9 45c; light pigs 8 45; roughs 8 75 down; market 189; ground. V. O. Young sold one cow to John Lutes and bought one cow and calf Irom Uavo Young. Mrs. K. J. Mills, who has been at Klngswood College with her son, Jack who hns been going to school there for tho past year, has returned to Highland and will Boon take possession ot her farm here. Thos. Hutt hits made quite an tn bis rosldence lu tho war of repairing and painting. Misses Annie llutt and Uraco Young who havo been attenolng school at Stanford and Mis Utl'.e Young, who 'ins been attending school ut are nil nt homo now, Itcv S. M. Carrier, wile, and daughter, ot I'ollege Hill, are spending u Kw days here with his mother and Ittcli-mon- Farmers aru about through ilant-lucorn and are busy preparing g ting remarks. Harry Jacobs, the mouu-meman, erected a handsome marble monument over the grave of Mr. Leach nt closed weak. Sheep and Lambs Recolpts2,50l; for the four days this week 6,620, the best going at 8J to 9c; seconds CJ to Gjc; culls 5 to Qi; Cc down; fat sheep 4Jc. Stockholders to Meet. other relatives. A meeting of tho stockholders of the State Bank & Trust Company has been Mauser Uaugh left yesterday for called to be held Monday, JuneCth, at Oklahoma to try his tortuuo lu the 2 o'clock p. m in the Odd Fellows' uegt. building. Notices have been sent out Jim Surbor and wlfo and Mrs. Joe WhltP. of Uui nude, are visiting their to all stockholders that tho entire capital stock has been subscribed, and tho brother, Mart Surher. John II. Young, who has bon at- success of the institution Is assured. Is tending school at Uartiourvlllt. Tho shareholders consist of about 100 uw with n crow of book iigents &t 'of the leading businessmen and farm expects to Orecnvtlle, Tenn, wheto ho j era of Lincoln county. spend tio vacation selling books the same day. Theodore Reynolds, of Waynesburg, was in town Sunday. Our genial sheriff, W. L. McCarty, took the train here Sunday for the South. Miss Catherine Murphy is at home from Bourbon College, where she at tended school. Smith Haughman, of Stanford, was in town in his new Overland automo bile and it looks like a fine machine from the way he handled it. Bring your Items in and leave them at tho marble works and they will be sent in each week. Urontho ll)onel and relief Irom catarrh, coughs, sore throat or cold will come Hi two minutes. U. L. Penny guarantees llyomel to cure catarrh, coughs, colds and croup, or money back. Complete outfit $1. bottles 50 cents. pAGETWO THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, ICY. JUNE, 3rd 1010 BACK FROM WORLD'S S. S. CONVENTION Hustonville Pastor Talks Interest' ingly of ScsslonLivc News From West Eml of County. HusTONVHXE, gaaBaBaBgaaBBBSfflBaaaagMBMBSgaBacaBBaEfflffli Sheriff's Sale. to me which iisurd from 'he Cleric's office of the Lincoln circuit court In favor of V. V Ilobbitt sgainil Caleb Cirenihaw and others, I or one of my deputies, will on Monday, the Ijth day of June, lfllo. between the hours of one o clock P. M., and two o deck P, M , at the conrlhonte door in Stanford, county of Lincoln, Ky , etpcxe to public sale to the hUhest bidder the following properly (or to much thereof ai may be necrstary to satisfy the amonnt of the plaintiffs debt, intern! and costs) towlt Twenty five dollari and inlcrrM at six per cent from the 27th day of April Ily virtue of Biecutlon No. jag directed m June 2. Kev..W. S. Willis, pastor of the Christian'church here, greatly enjoyed his visit to Washington and tho World's He talked Sunday School convention. both Sunday morning and evening of tho many interesting things he saw and heard. Ho says It was tho greatest convcntlonjhn ever attended and will good. Ho visited result in world-wid- e many places of interest in Washington hot and looked! in on the Halllnger-Pin- e investigation and heard several of the Icadingfactors in the matter. He also heard a sharp debate between Senators Aldrich and Cummins andlpart of Sena tor LaFollettc's speech on the railroad bill. Rev. Willis thinks the local commit in Washington waa'.unjustly criti cised because of Its action in deciding that Negroet Jhad no right to a place in the parade.f It was not race prejudice, but because the negroes were not members of the World's S. S. Association sa to OU are entitled in buying Hart SchafFner & Marx' clothes, to a most positive assurance of your satis faction. Every dealer in our clothes is authorized to say this to you: Every garment made by, and bearing the label of Hart SchafFner & Marx, is guaranteed to be of ol lk or fabrics, with no mercerized" or other cotton added 5 .thoroughly shrunk before cutting; T seams sewed with pure silk thread 5 tailored in clean, sanitary all-wo- 0 y: wool-and-si- mmntee) I870 until paid, ten dollars anil forty-fircents cost and further coat of thii action. Tract of land in Lincoln county, Ky., near Crab Orchard and bounded on the north by the lands of Charles Medd and on the east weit and south by the land of Robert Clark, leied upon at the property of Caleb Crenshaw and others Terms--Salwill be made on a credit of three months, bond with approed security required beaririK interest at the Mte of si xir rent per annum from day of sale, and having the force and effect of a sale bond, this loth day of Mar. lfllo. V L M CAKTY. Sheriff L C. e i6-- j Sheriff's Sale. By virtue of Kiecution No. $3 J liittcird to me, which issued from the clerk's ofBce of the Lincoln circuit court in favor f Murphy & Acton apinst lolin Jenkins, 1 or one of my deputies, will, on Monday, the ljth day of June, I9I0, between the hours of one and two o'clock p. rn , at tic court-hous- e door in Stanford, county ef Lincoln, state of Kentucky, eipose to pub lie sale to the highest bidder, the following properly or so much thereof as nay be necessary to satisfy the amount of the and had nomorcright than other outsiders. The unprecedented action of Congress in adjourning for the men's parade was very much appreciated.! Over 5,000 men passed in front of.the capitol with banners flying and bands playing "Onward Christian Soldier." Over 20,000 people gathered before the capitol and many more would have been present bad not.rainlbeen falling. Notwithstanding the bad evening the parade made a.! deep impression upon all who saw it. There were 3,000 delegates gathered from 51 nations, besides many thousand visitors. A great increase in pupils and teachers wn noted since the lasCtriennial. The grand total reportedfwas: Sunday schools Oflicersgand teachers Scholars 285,842 2,596 ,613 25,283,119 27.8SS.7S2 B3 shops; and free from every defect of material or. workmanship. Total enrollment Sam Pope, of Boyle, was a guest of Joe Will Rout. Miss Nellie Burton, or Somerset, is visiting her sister, Mrs. 88 Henry Hudson. Mrs. J. M. Eubanks has returned from a visit to her daughter near Lawrenceburg. Miss Florence Epp crson has been confined to her bed on account of throat trouble. Capt. J P. Oenham has completed a neat addition to hishome near Jumbo. Tho largest congregation in several RH' years attended services at the Christian church Sunday morning, 182 Sunday school pupils bcirg smong the number. Robert Routen is seriously ill at the of lambs at 7c. home of his father, W. G. Routen. A citizen who resides near the knobs, Mrs. Priscilla Brown has returned remarked to a friend the other day that from a visit to relatives in A rizona. In he "did not believe in Sunday excurher enfeebled condition from advanced sions to Cincinnati, most every one atsge, she was forced to take to her bed tending the theological garden." in order to recuperate. Calvin CarpenOn Sunday, June 12, at the Christian ter, who has been seriously ill, is re church at 3 p. M , there will be a tuber ported better. culosis meeting. A number of lectures James Yowell told John Johnson a on the prevention, cure and treatment of the disease will be delivered by prominent physicians. All are cordially invited to attend. There were a number of births on Green river last week. A boy and girl I was very nervous," were born to the wife Henry Wade, writes Mrs. Alollie Mirse, and twins also bless tho home of Clarof Carrsville, Ky., "had ence Austin. A new girl has arrived palpitation of the heart, at the home of Georgo Wilcher. and was Irregular. "On the advice of Mrs. Peroy Chelf, a highly respected octoHattie Cain I took 2 botgenarian of Chelf 'a Ridge, Casey countles of Cardui and it did ty, died Friday morning. He had been me more good than any a member of the Masonic order over 55 I ever took. medicine years, his membership being with the "I am 44 years old and the change has not left Hustonville lodge, and a number of his me, but I am lots better brethren from this lodge attended tho since taking Cardui" ., burial Saturday. EM The great evangelist, James Small, who is to hold the protracted meeting Take' at the Christian church, has asked that the time be extended so as to begin the first Sunday in September. The Woman's Tonic Paul Willis has retnrncd home from a several days' stay with friends jn Cardui is advertised and sold by its loving friends. Lexington. 5 More than that: The dealer is authorized to say that if the clothes are not right, or not satisfactory, your money will be refunded. Hart SchafFner & Marx flalntifT debt, interact and costes, A 7 4j costs and the coals of this action Tract of land in Lincoln r , Ky , on the head waters of South Fcrk and containing 15 acres, more or Icm, and bounded by the lands of Mr. Martin en the North, Hast by the lands of Geo Coffey, South by ihp lands of Sam Vaucht and West by the lands of Ed Murphy, levied upon as the properly of Jnupb Jiukins Terms-Sa- le will be made on a credit of three months, bond with approved security required, bearing interest at the rale of sis per cent per annum from day of sale, and having the force and e fleet oj a sale bond, this soth day of May, IMo, W L M'CAKTY. Sheriff L C S6'3 Commissioner's Sale ! O dH3. TReS'i35 CUMMINS & WEAREN, Stanford, Ky. III '1 WSSSEWSSSESB3SEEEEEBaSSSESSSSSEBaaSEBaS Waynesburg. The combined teams of Utah and Waynesburg were defeated here Saturday by the Highland nine by a score of 20 to 13. Jim Young, the Highland pitcher, is an excellent one, while Walter Warfield, "Hickory" Baugh and car-loa- d Hubble. Squire McKechnio is having a con- crete walk laid in front of his house. Conley, of Danville, is doing tho work. The Buckcyo (colored) base ball team played the Hubble team Saturday, tho Hubble boys winning by a score of 15 to 5. Nervous lady who advised Mrs. Mirse to take Cardui, had herself been cured of serious female trouble, by Cardui, so she knew what Cardui would da If Cardui cured Mrs. Cain and Mrs. Mirse, it surely will cure you too. Won't you try it? Please da The W. R Williams & Co. havo a long list of blue grass farms for sale, ranging from 40 to 800 acres. They are offering lands that produced over $300 an acre in tobacco laBt year. Miss Etna Camnltz and Sara Reld, Jr., attended a house party in Louisville last week, tho guests of Mies Kate Claxton, who visited friends here last summer, where she was greatly admir d. Mrs. J. M. Rankirl and daughter. Marshall Hutchison did some fine work In the Held. Tho Kings Mountain team M,ss t'va' wcnl l0 wwwRion aaturuuy, to consult an oculist I was defeated here Sunday by the local1 Miss Lucy Spoonamore gave a lawn , team 33 to 7. i party Saturday afternoon. G. W. Horton and wife, of Eubanks, ' Mrs. F. F. Fitzpatrick has measles, were here to see W. M. Smith, who Misses Jessie and Stella McKechnio are at homo from Bourbon College. Mrs. continues very ill. Tom Wilder, who has pneumonia, is Mrs. Sweeney and little granddaugh improving. D. F. Rankin and wifo ter, of Burnsido, are with her daughwere visiting Haven McBetah Sunday. ter, Mrs. A. K. Caldwell. Mrs. HerLeft McKendree two bert Dumas and little daughter, 1h li- young men, driving church Sunday, Wona black horse. ma, are visiting in Lexington. der where they went? Qjito a number of our people attend S. B. Sanders is on the sick list. G. ed the Sunday-schoo- l Union at Enbanks. Huffman and wifo visited her' father, W. D. Sims and family, of Somerset, Mr. Kelley, Sunday are here with the home folks this week. W. II. Horton and family visited his parents at Eubanks. Miss Delila Sin Junction City. gleton, of Somerset, is at home. Master Willie Curtis, of Somerset, visited Van Singleton this week. Mrs. Ermine Friends here have received the Ball, of Eubanks, is visiting relatives news that "Punch" Surbor, now liv here this week. J. J. Moser and wife, ing in Atlanta, is the father of a fine of Turncrsville, were guests of Mrs. S. girl. All will heartily conP. Shoop. Miss Uirtie Smith, of this place, and John Lands, of Tyrone, were gratulate him and his. made ono in Somerset Friday. Miss J. W. Davis, who has been at Rob-bin- s, Ethelyn Singleton, tho pretty daughTenn., for some time, after a ter of Mrs. Betsy Singleton, and W. C. short visit to his old home here, has Brown, of Pleasant Point, drovo to Eugono to Claremont, Okla., prospecting, banks and were made ono by Rev. Sunday. They left immediately with a view to locating. for Dry Ridge, where they will make The new wholesale grocery firm of their future home. Their many friends Sweeney-Surbe- r Grocery Company is wish them all tho happiness in the starting off in line shape. Mr. Shelby world. Is being forced to hold down things for Willio Baugh, of Highland, and Poole, of Maywood, attended tho a while himself, owing to tho illness of ball game hero Saturday, Mr. Sweeuey, who is confined in a hos Revs. Noel and Hoskins, of Stanford, pital at Lebanon, but who is improving came over from Olive Tuesday und Rev. Hoskins preached an excellent sermon nicely. Mr. Shelby is bo capable in evat the Baptist church here on Tuesday ery way, however, that he is keeping night. things moving all the time. Til-for- d Ish-ma- In obedience to a judgment ef tho Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at the May terns, 1910, in the action of Usom Stewart's heirs against Mote Stewart's heirs, the undersigned co rare will on MONDAY, J UNE 13th. 1810. County court day, in front of the ronrt house door in Stanford. Ky., offer fur ' sain at public outcry to tho highest and best bidder, on a credit of six months, the tract of land about eight miles frara Crab Orchard, in Lincoln county, Ky , and bounded thus: Beginning at a hickory and burkeyo standing in thu old line; thence N. 69 K. 146 poles to two whito oaks, thcncn N. 30 W. 109 poles to n chestnut and KM'ib3 loplar: thence N CO. W H6 poles to two gums; thenco S 30, K. 109) poles to the beginning, containing 100 acres. The object of this sale is for n division of thu proceeds among thu heirs of Moses Stewart. The purchaser will be required to execute bond with good security for tho purchase price, payable to tho comWhy Salves Fail to Cure Eczema. missioner, bearing 0 per cent, interest from date of sale until paid, having the forco and etreet of a judgment, and seScientists are now agreed that the cured by lien on thu land. H. II. SAUFLEY, M. C. L. C. C. eczema germs arc lodged not in the J. U. Paxton, Atty for PltfT. outer skin or epidermis, but in the inner skin. Hence, a penetrating salve is required, not an outward salve that clogs the pores. In Lincoln Circuit Court We rccommcndlto all eczema patients the standard prescription, Oil of In obedience to a judgment of the Liny as compounded in liquid form coln Circuit Court rendered at Its term, 1010, in th fuse of Luolati known as D. D. D. Prescription. A Perkins, plaintiff, trial bottle of this D. D. D. Prescrip- vt a' I defendants, I vs. W. J. KdmUtcti will on tion, at only 25 cents, will Instantly reMONDAY, JUNE 13th, 1910, lievo the itch. Wo havo sold and County Court day ut about 1 o'clock this remedy for years and I. M. sell at public outcry totliu hi, know of wonderful cures from its use. est bidder, in front of the Courtbouso We recommend it to our patrons. s door in Stanford, Kentucky & Tanner. That certain tract of land situated in thu town of Crab Orchnrd In Lincoln county, Kentucky, and bounded on tho north by thu Cliupell's Gap ilko; on tbu cast by tho lund of W. K. Perkins: on the south by Kim strut, on thu west by tho landsof Jnne Htieb-una- n appear below, .irlotly f?who"? " and containing twelve acres forbid limiting, nililiiRur uny kind of g oil our placet ami will pruiecutti v. more or less ol.'.,.or"., ,he ,u" of tbu law, Tbu obiect of this sale is to satisfy tutItolcbenbncti IJro. Allia Mutlle Ilewut, a Hen debt of the plaintiff for tho sum Kretl lliiuiiiaun, A.T.Traylor. N- II. of t3,U00, with Interest thereon nt tbn 1:1 '.".'." ,,00cli. Hummer. Will U.). Nunnelley. ratu of six ier cent from January lOtk W. lIuuKbinan. J. K. letter. J.W. 1'eck. 1004. until paid, Interest payable J. Ilruce. David Htevent. nually, and thu further sum of )V, the JohnUanienlteb. Wm.Oordler, probabla cost of this action. " iW0.r " rr4Klmore. Hwndorf. '.'"S"0"0" Said land will bo sold on a credit f .Thompson. II. M. AnUerton, J. K.JIwer, Mr. and Mrt. Jm. II. Kucls six months, and tbu purchaser will bo J. A,.KliM?n.. Mrs. N.J, Horton required to execute, bonds for the pur '.J;,K Mr..Oeo. Logan. chase) price, payable to me us Com Dnucbertjr, Krunk UoriTler, JJ . missioner, bearing miueest from Im !f7r.K.'!,her, Iir.O.O. I'erry (Julnei. h. I!. IlaugtiiiiiiD. day of sale, at the rate of six per cent Uriah AlbrlKtal. A. II. Hoot. er annum, with good und spprovt4 Mrt. MnrguruttJoocb, Jacob (lander leo. IJ. (livens, further W. II. Traylor 1ersonal security and tho land. secured Ham Itoburta, JnlinJufer. retained on Amend Hchaefer, M.J. Hofmann, II. It. SAUFLKY, M.C.L.C.C K.T. Ileailey A. It. Matheny li.H. darner. Mrt. J. 11. ley. K. S. Alcorn. Att'y. I,. Kagaley. II. M. J.Morgun, K.O. Watkliis, H.T. Harris, It. H.Urow, J. U. Hundley. Mr. Nannie II. flood, l). K. McOlure, Anton Itonecker, AnilortonUarr. Kr.-W. 11. ltlshoii, VouUruenlgaii T. - Ilaugbman, Mn. Kate Ador Mrs. llebecc-- It. Carpenter NlodluW. Bty Stallion; 15 handi high; by Dig M. K. Ijtwrt'iice, John H. Iee. I', ntmera, Due. I it dam Minnie by Rirmi; 2d dam PmJ-- . Tom Kerrlll, Olirltlliiu Jacob W. W. I'ltmun, r'red I'ayk, ine by Alroont Toieti; 3d dam Scllar'a mare, Alex Ooo pur. J. Ne In Darter, very fait acer. I le is a fine individual, lush acU K. II, iK'nliam, Henry ltldder W, lMiooch, II. U. Auderaou, and nice to handle. , (luttRltil. T. A. Kk-oWill make the teaion of 1910 at my Utm a Iteuben Uurtlt, Ulirlt Oaiuenlicb, Tlntley Hpoouamoro McKinney at $10 Jainiit Hmltll, to iotuie a live coll: monrv A. U farter. 1. W.Unrlvr, II. W.Oalnea. forfeited if mate it told, tiaded or bred to tnodw W. M. Fluid.1 J, I.. Holliolaw, hone. S. M. OVENS & SON. Mil. Mattle White. it. r.. uaiueN, MUs&Iary 1'epplet, W. K. Keelon McK,injey, Kf Metier, A. L.Tboinpion, Jeiuet gs Commissioner's Sale! Fob-ruar- Win-tergre- Shu-gar- POSTED. - lo: o. J Powhattan J MMIWMMWMMI iwiMpyw iijiW r iMjp&fm DUNE, 3rd 101 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. Moffelt-McMulIen. PAGE THREE immwmMwmmwwwwwwwt Harry C. Baughman IICR WEIGHT INCREASED FROM 100 TO 140 POUNDS. Stock For Sale! mnre Mule, T.yenra pounds. Hound and Alao bnr wire, Worka any where and Indies have ben driving licr. Hlin la sound nnd Ian fair and-dle- r. UltlAll DUNN Jlmtonvlllo. good worker. I hnvn for snip n liny old nnd weighs: 1,100 AUTOMOBILES, SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES. AGENTS FOR Former Loc.il Teacher To Wed Elected Cashier of First National Wonderful Praise Accorded Girl We'l Known Here Bank To Fill Vacancy. Pcrunathe Household Remedy Handsome invitation have been hero to the wedding of Min Emma MolTctt and Rev Itobcrt J. McMul-teThoir marriage will be celebrated fn the Second I'rmhyterfan church at Lebanon, Ky , on Wednesday evening, June 8, at 8 o'clock The bride-to-bin n daughter of Kev A S. MolTett, nml Is a vcry.attractivc and handsome oung woman, The proiprctlve jroom formerly taught in the Graded School here nnd often filled the pulpit in thu Presbyterian church here. He has Just completed hi, ministerial course in the Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Louisville, and is young minister of much talent nnd ability He ami his wife will become mlsslonari-ion tho foreign field and in a few months will leave for Chini, where they will be located in missionary work under the direction of the Southern Presbyterian church. e 11 s n. Flanders 20 E, M F. oO Hayncs " ,$2000 Baker Electric 2000 to $4000 iStudebaKer Garford, $4ooo to $6000. If interested, Phone us Bell 24, and we will gladly give you $1250 $750 At a meeting of tho First National flank directors on Monday, Harry C. Baughman was elected cashier to succeed the late John J. McRobcrts. J. Randolph Harris was elected to fill the vacancy at tho desk and W. W. Saunders was given a nice promotion in talary a, was President J. S. Hnckcr. Mr. Haughman has been, with the First National for several years nnd Is one of the best known young men and best equippH in the county for the placo His selection to the responsible position of cashier, filled for almost half it century and so well by tho late Mr Mcltoherts. will give general satisfaction to this popular financial institubook-keeper- Mrs. Maria homa, rlteM Cloertz, Orients, Okla- demonstration. Danville Ice & Coal Co. ' Da"villc K- - King Eagle. fr Ifcjcvjafiiv' the lime information I or further ol such transaction call on or address the undrrsignrd. tion's large clientele An Expert's Opinion ot Skin N. 2556. Vol. 6. A S II R King Eagle it 10 hands liwh. ilaiV liay wttli flowing mine and Uil, (joes all the Bails with plenty ol speed, style and action PEDIGREE. S,rJ by Royal King.2555.lie liy On Time, 745, he by Stonewall Jackson. 72, Retal Kmj's la dam Moll Mounti. 3584. Lesinjton I s liv the nntrd sire Calibell Eajle King Eagle's 1.1 dam I lip 3579. the H.rJ 1014. rieby Old Kins ugie. iki Um by Red Lyon, 3rd dam I;IV I lanu Denmark lie by Miller's Denmark, 45. 4lh dam by Jm llell (thoroughbred 1 Eagle i a combined stallion, NOTE. a breeder ol fine color and high styled coin, they style and action, all hating sire, lie sued ihe colt lhal won tin- - $50 Male at the Slanlord lair and the $100 (tale at the Lancaitrt (air. derating there four of the get of the great Res I 'raTrus get ol King Eagle wai second in vine. the $0O stale at I lairndtburg. with 24 enlnea and defeated the Colt that won tint stale two out I lit colu ate in demand, bnng of thrre thowt. the higSral pricet King Eagle will made the iMnmt season at the law price of $15 to mture a bnng colt Will alto rtand the great mule jack, Jim Krene at$IO for maret ami $20 for jennets to tnuiie a hiring colt Jim Krene turd by the great Hilly Kerne, lit dam by the Imp. John Weill, 2nd dam by Beecher. Jim Krrne la 15 3 4 liandt high, black with while points, a great mute Jack All of the above mentioned slock wilt make milea the season ol 1910 at our stable 2 West of Slanlord on the Shelby City pike Mares traded, paitrd with or brrd elsewhere forfeits the insurance and money lecomet due a Ashland Brook. iNo. II7M.) n. 17 A. T II. It., bred tiy r'.ugene Ituck-v- r (IrrirKetiivvii Ky Ashland llnxik foaled lK. aollil liny with left IiIikI foot w lilt". aland. M4 lintiiU lilgli. I'riiluKrr -- Hired by Hllent llrook. No IITita, record 3 tlie. sire of Margaret 111, !! Itle llriH)k.llli lUithgiite. IT,. Iji-- 1 Party At Ottcnheim. T. Veach. of Mercer, sold to W. S. iw'l Jackson 72, Royal Kings 1st dam Molhe nt ithintT Gibbs & Sons, of Shelby, his fine jack, Mount 2584. was by the noted sire Cabbell's eases, dandrulT, pimples, blackheads "Kentucky's Choice," for $1,100 Cleli Lexington F. S. King Eagle's 1st dam Hip 3579 .KlDg Egle I014, k.y, an(1 a" other diseases of the skin and Coleman bought of Mllard & Carpenter, iA L 8 ' '50; 2d "."" R" Lion, 3d dam Harris Den-I- I Lawrenceburg, 765 head of "y-th- at not only do lU ca- - of25 and 7c; also a bunch from cattle at M".,p M'"er Denmark 45, 4ih dam by Jim Thomas i"k1.ne bZ ueu. rsing tagie 111 1st dam was IMollie Lrren-- J rative qualities make it popular, but al- - Uond, of Anderson. non, she byOld Drennon, 2nd dam Copper Bot- -' ,, a cIean ,iquid BO lhn fact ,hnt jt lorn and runt back to Davy Crockett, thorough- remedy for external use. A great Im- bred. I provement over the old style greasy Note. King Eagle is five years old; dark bay with one white hind foot; nice mane and tail. He salves and lotions which are not only stands full 16 handt high, weight 1,425 lbs. unpleasant to use but do not destroy the and well proportioned in every way. germ life that causes the disease. ZB- A combined stallion with plenty of speed, MO draws the germs to the surface and style and action, and his colls show that he u a niece, or London. MiMM Claru Illiss. of destroys them, leaving the skin clear for the puny, crying baby, for the fine breeder. He had cotts lo come last 3prin that Cincinnati, Katie Kidder, Annie Zah- - and healthy Can be used freely on that refuses to cat and is rcst- - time. the owners refuted $150 for before weaning He will make the season of 1910 at our S'$ barn, one mile west of Wajsesburg fanU r- L Vfmf wi" Kad'y 8UP- - 'efM,iT Montag. Messrs. Emil len. Annie on Fishing the proper working Creek at $10 to insure a living colt. Mares tradply those who call with a free sample f." h"u,J. ! !. Herman Distilly, Oscar Miss. of ... oreans. look first to ed, parted with or bred elsewhere without my condition of the stomach and consent forfeits the insurance and the money be- d,.,e11r..,,nl11!j.,ckw,1rizah.en. Frank Mont.,. Joo Uidder. C.' '' . T. 1","T !.. xv.i... .u aiwis.iu n.iiKuuKo "" uuoui OOWCIS ' ,1... t.. .n. Ul UVJI ....-.- ( enmu uut at lilt. IIUIC -- f .UL uailMUIUIIs VfliC IrenllH)fir nmrei nnd 131 lor 1. inlets !" . .. . LMJ WnrTrnc. Is lilnck witti white points l.v, hmil llenzen, Joe llenzen, Walter skin d.se.iset and how to cure yourself . nnims 1111111 sirwi iiy iireni r.nsiern ine rec at home with ZEMO. emptying of the bowels Is very Important. "ble hould ny occur. Will also stand a mid he b the lnii Tms Payer, that sold for danglOlr, frank Uientji'f as with It comes a clear head, a llcht- IjUUU H.il htadnin wna lir the ill llrent list SAM KttiNt, ness of atcp. good appetite and sound sired by S. MULb JAN. Billy Keene and out em Ur Tnii-- ilnni by lied lord Htnr he bv Y.lvW HliirllKht. sleep, nut It Is equally Important to ol a pedigreedT. Harris' peal Keene is 14 wan-fc-jennet. Sara know what to give the In the emergency of constipation child Indicat- hands high; black with white points. He has and ion. Cathartics are too strong and salts proted himself to be a good breeder. Will stand and other purgatives are not only too at $8 to insure a living colt. A lien retained on strong, but the child refuse thorn he. icau'c of their bad taste. Have you ever all colu until the season money is paid. STANFORD. KENTUCKY tried Dr Cnldn ell's Syrup Pepsin? It Is C. G. CALDWELL CO. SON a liquid tonic that families have been R. F. D. 4. WAYNESBURG. KY, using for a quarter of a century. It Is mild, plcarant-tastln- g and promptly ls K00J fo" ou well "but there Is nothingas better as Phone in residence; Waynesburz Farmert'Ex. the child, to be round for children. They like Its taste ;, you will not have to force them to 310IIC Willi tJUCItSOn, wnn ILl First of nil. If you hove not vet used This fine black saddle stallion was sired by the It. Dr Caldwell would think that if they raise 20 bushels of wheat or 15 barrels to send you ' a sample bottle free of like charge. In this great saddle breeding stallion. Old Stonewall way you can try it before bujlng. Later, (when convinced of Its merits, you can Thu coil's dam was a Denmark mare. He is a of corn to the acre they are doing well. get It of jour druggist at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle. Just as thousands of nice colt, and has colu to prove his good breed-nother families are doing. The family of Will stand at $8 to insure until weaning ARIZONA RANCHES raise from 6 to 9 crops of Alfalfa a yean Sir. D W Spangler of Strattonvllle. Pass well as that of Mr. A. P. Johnson of me. We hold a lien on all colts until paid for. Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality. yield from 1 2 to 2 tons to the acre per cut tiny, which sells from Walnut Grove. Tenn.. started with It In Barren mares made to stand by the impregnate that way and now write that It Is their We have peifect success in this breeding. $10 to $20 per ton. We have ranches that yield two crops of corn one ramiiy necessity next to food Itself, ' i If you are unfortunate enough to have a Hilly Ilrrckiuridge a year, and no dry years, for all we have to do td make it rain, is sickly child, one given to constipation nnd Indigestion, you should send for a This fine black jack was sired by Major John to turn on the water in the irrigation ditches. ifrep sample of this remedv. D, Hams' imported jack. He will make die seaI Dr. Caldwell personally will be pleased We have fruit ranches, cattle ranches, chicken randies, hny ranches j jlo give you any medical advice you may son of 1910 at my barn at $8 lo insure a colt 'desire for yourself or family pertaining to until weaning time. His gt of 1909 u now on the stomach, liver or bowels absolutely my farm to show for his good breed'ng. He is a nnd, in fact, anything in the ranch line, Inrjle or small, and at all kinds free of charge. Kxplaln jour case In a of prices. letter and he will reply to you In detail. ure foal getter. fior me rree sample simply send your HAMSname and add reus on a postal card or A. T. TRAYLOR EL SONs. Arizona will soon become a stale and is coming to the front very otherwise. For either request the doctor's PLEASANT HILL rapidly. All kinds of projwrty are in great demand nnd getting higher address Is Dr. W. B. Caldwell, R.SV0 CaldV Breeding Farm; Stanford. R. D. No. 4. well building. Montlcello. IIL Jennie llnok,(l x.l7, Klltott Htmie.x If, Iji.ly llniok. :.) unci (tunning llnxik, :i, rlllent llrook liy the lr of rienroh. Iinrktilntit, N nnd Vision lit S:illt llrliihlllitht, lilt-',- , l.ou',. I iMrklitttht slrt-- liy Aleyonu No. K. record! J7 Aslilitnd llrmik's Istdniii Ilium Wren liy Sshlnml S likes, r?l .rerordMH,. theslreol John Il.Ui utrY,l.(i-,- alri-- Mully Tu tit lied ler, l:c' Aslilnml Wilkes Wllhra, iim, lie liy ileorge Wilkes mtoiiiI (Iriii, lr l'rrt niliT. It'.l 8nl 1I11111 liy Jim Mnnroe. KaY NOTk- .- ililnnil lirnok la n handsome fellow Willi lota of illrtliince tins it Uiltl win nf iietlon. fotng Willi tHH't, atIn and grentnml they rolltnrn three yenjs old nre nil one rnuld etpeet, they Unrlng good rotors wltn plenty of aire nml grenl at) If .lint flnlsli Ashland Itroolt sired tin- - great Hnllle llnxik. thut unUitteli siiltl for W Aslilmut llrook will make the present nt 115 to Insure III IllK colt iv- l', IT1, ?. it . A delightful party was given at homo of Missed Helen and Theresa Wientjes, of Ottenheim, on the evening of the 28th in honor of a number of their young tr.ends. The table was spread for 10 and the decorations weio tasteful, consisting of ferns, roses and orange blossoms. Invitations were is sued to the following: Mr. and Mrs, John Wrntzel, Mr and Mrs Kichard Wlcntjes, Mrs. Ida K earns and little A prominent, national expert on skin diseases whose name you are familiar with, sajs that In all his scientific experience he has never found so hard a dis eae to conquer as eczema. Yet he flriaTka tint hnaltntn t r rannnimanil 7CUf , the ag a th .uccefu, remedv rtmn .' .!. m. ..11m. nahlirh na llio nfter innturlty, yenrllnca from IIVi to tiri finlton will stnml nt my stable tnllei West of Hustonville on Dies Suddenly In Casey. ll'i to Insurers mini; colt Money dun It mnrc Is' riuled after lielnn lircrt. Plenty of grim nt i.rs per month, anved expressly T. It Chelf, one of the best known mnres, for inn res, no other stock mixed with hne Krnas lota nnd lnrgn stnbles for and most philanthropic citizens of Cas- innres to fonl (Irnln fed nt coat I'uone In residence, Hustonville KxcbnaR. ey county, died suddenly at his home W .51. IIOIIIi. lluvtonvllle. Ky west of Hustonville. on Chelf's Kidge. He had been In good health, and after partaking of dinner, walked into the yard, when he fell suddenly ill and died a few minutes later. He was 82 years of age, prominent in Masonic circles and will be much missed in his Pedigree Sired by S. T. Harris King Eagle Vol. 6 A. S. H. R. No. 2556: he by Royal aterrlnin.theriirniiiffr1-ntiioiii...i- . "My husband, children ami myself hate used jour medicine', and wo keep them In tho houo In case of necessity. I va restored to health by this medicine, and Dr. llartman' advlco and book. Pcoplo ask about mo from different places, and aro surprised that 1 can do all of my housework alone, and that t was cured by tho doctor ot chronic catarrh. My husband was cured of asthma, my daughter of caracho and catarrh of the stomach, and my son of catarrh of tho throat. When Iwna.letr - - wlllinMftli- wvlin.l. , tv.,.i- - T ....- I .. ..0..-.- Hwl, B.UUH..U weigh 110, IT !. .M.l Ml..tlt. u;aiu, biiu 11,110 nl.l iiij 111...111. I cannot thank you cnouqh for your advice. May God give you a long llfo and bless your work." -- G ALTON 12910. sl Hnon of Idin. HlrnofCnlvlnO :!!'. Al ll.trn, J.JO',, nrxl ill others with trials from l.:i to :K tlioan are the, only onea thnt were ever limiil-lirorapr-ed- . Also thn aire of one dnm with ntielii tin-?list. Hired liydnniliettnWII-ke:tiithe Urn of 210 In tau J: sillst. Is In ttlilnnd ixttor, clnlmid to lm the iireiiteat lrn In tho world 1st dam Dnlsy Kleld irrnnddnninf (Iwlth record of from S 17 to Sf',.1 liy Knlleld .a of Ilnmtiletonlnn 10, ilnin liyHeeli'i'a Aim rlenn Htnr. Knlleld I .D lins ri In 5,si his daughter hnvo no In :. 4, XSgfilUX?. 5n,1 ?.' onRile.s.w .nnddinnaof .'In I ' IB in tho Hat nun, itnm by M o.'.V. (In ton carries tho . blood ,... four lending of ... f.ilnlllna. IIIlli"ieiUHHIII, Il.,..l..l .. .VI mil UrillO IIKI'M, "'"ll""' 1 niernnii Heeisya American Mtnr. f,.Hl,,,!n'',coI.t" hV Kone "uninat nnd dn- fentexl the lxst In hnrnenc nsseannd rond- - ,of,i,l,!7 .i &X King Eagle, Jr. Kina 2555: he bv On Time 745: lie bv Strnv- - J. " Si Free Sample For Baby's Ills 4 I ti-er-nl- 11 WAR TRACE. 1 11 ,!', - htJ'. """ ( ""1' T at l"- A - S. T. HARRIS & ROBT. WOODS, lien you -2 Kentucky Farmers 1-- cset3'The Interior Journal Stanford, Ky. ArAHCOU&CO.LouisviI!e.K: -- air I g. I &trj -- every day. Railroads are being built; gold, copper nnd zinc mines pro ducing untold wealth, and we have the finest climate in the world All inquiries answered promptly. Robert G Saufley, Of IsasHRm YslSMkjsssssssssK. 0 U&UWMMTlF'fM' , . issi r i. ';; m i: the G. A. MARSH COMPANY, Parker, Arizona. Pence, Jr. IVneo, .Ir. will muko tho fconaon of the burn of tho luUi John 'A. Siioonstnori1, i mllo from ltowlaml uo jlo to Insuio u IUIiik' eolt. If mart is traded or purled with, seuaon tuou-c- v locoiiH due 'Pence. Jr. is a hay stallion, 7 years old, full 10 bandti hlr., irood style and sctlon, by l'cnce, ho by Klutul, Imby Holmont, he by Alexander's Abdullah. I'eiicu's Urst tluin by Almont Korrt-at- , 2d dam by Garrard Chief, 3d dam by Grey HatfUi, 4th dam by Pence, Jr.'s 1st dam by Bd Unrluw 2375, by Castelar. 107'J, ho by Volunteer W. IM Jlarlow's 1st dam by Woburn, 2d dam by a Mambrlno horse, 3d dam by Mambrlno Messenger. Pence Jr 's id dam by GUI's Ponco Jr. 's colts aro ull showing up nicely and thoy bear proof of 1010 ill Vor-tno- Watzmann, No. 343 splendid German Coach horsewns foaled May 21. 1903;Vby H Hnnenknmp. In Germany. ' K He was imported by J. Crouch & Sons. of Lafayette, Indiana. He was sired by Eskimo, No. MOO. H0 is n very fine type of the best German conch horses, nnd sold for $3,000 three years nJo. He will make the season nt my placer ut Hustonville. at $10 to in sure living colt. iFwtFlSx "FJisiKtSmXSi .'sssHhRI ...isu SF .... t" i i$3mFM&t&2sEm?ifc . RtM.j2iR.i .sssHsi&sB , sari, wtji. - r,- - r .- -. . ' This mr ...i afaTaWaHafV 'f'IsBraTaEaW aLx fH&.A tfZrVsalBBaT'aBBK IBfc aBsBsw JXasx9axtxtxtrtjBTaTaTaxV J e11-- " LJLaTaTsrs xajsjaM fjxtsBjSjaji w tsxlxBBxlixtBsVslTBxlBxlB(c'7Xttal VLxlxlxlxaBXiBHsHisi''HHnHiHBBBBXixlxlxB JaxaxaxaxaxaxaxtVaQk IHHbi wlkKr if 'rl'ITn BLxixixixixfwsBi ' b sxixixixiBBXixflBXixixixixill BXtxtxtxtxtxtxtxHsarSCTrlts asxixaxtlBXtw uk V ' tisSBr aaxtxtv U laBXtxtxtxtxtxtxatHBBXtxtxtxtxtxtxtxtxtt THE WAUFIEL1), isiKl. Tr, i:l J. K. BAUGHMAN. of H, M. nitons A. Hon. McKIiiiihy hiiinU. Ion Nil K). Iiurk lutt stalilnn. AUK hi. IP", bri'tl nt Vlllnuc I'irni, Hnt liiuu Oetll SUV, Auroru N. Y. Hir.sl li winnings. h unit set it iliiun-plnnshlihurt'li Niitioiuil IliirseHlinvv, llrst ilnins, four Nauiilityiilrl by ll Aiuvrlrus iimrt ulil. rtii'iirit 4IIU. Mil,, nf A tnir!fiill llulln, tliriojears, rxt'unl 1ShihI rvoih'is In xJM IUt.ll aim n( Onwnrd llfl n eordz Si1,, stroof (Mittiuil HlhiT iCC'.uml KSottiera In xstlllst, Ontsitrd wnsslrd liv lleo Wllks IBIS. Hit) liaui liuorma strca by jiamortro Kin II IrTS, sire of hi Incluillng Ijntv nf th Mnnor 0l'..thlnl dam Dotletby Nutwoo,! rt'conlx.lsissialruof IM In zJM list, fourth dnniTopns bv Htrnthmnrx tin aire of ll In Wlllsrd by Albion, t;J list, fifth ilitmKitwlu rarest, aetenlD stxtli liiuu NihI liv Ijidy Turner liy Mninlirltu t'lilel II. The VS'iirflnld lanu extra liluh vlnas liorx1, not afnildof nnjtlilnit.il tilniinctorniHl na well brokiiinsuny hurae Inn nil out otthettnble I'roixrt) urcut nice liorn nnd famous !'roitnlt(ir Tmre HoMISOj, tin' littterciiriud the title ot tlni "Monarch of thu home atretcli." while on thu turf, it ml nfter retirement to the stud aire. iieiiulred Imperishable, renown us a great lis proved Not only timet the Dure nice horaea but the family has furnished muny noted show ring winners us well na nnd Mubrlno King tatli be- , hare Devil lug vhnuiiilon ahow stallions ot National fume received more money 111 the ahow ring than nuy two stallions In the weld. Will mnketlie irMnt aenaonat our farm one mile from MoKluney, Ky.,at IIS tu In sure it living con. Will alao stand good black Jack lirigand Young aired by Ilrlgnollen he runt back to llrlgnoller on both aldea. lilt colta told for more money thnn any Jacks In Htanford. He la 161, bands! stands well on hit feet! a sure fonl getter, lie It perfect Inrtery way. pi to Insure. H. M.0WKNH4 HON, M'Klnnev. Ky. hna it gootl cont nndcnrrlea litre head nnd tail tills l n sunt trotter, ho stepped it mllo lllUJilujalunUllllK.XXI. TlittWurlleld la u trul.t uiiidH horu', of grnnd ludttliluallty nml liri'd In lines, that iitltlo lilm to become ii lr oliuito seeing thut Iih Un ou of tho IK ilsJlHksjajuiBSijjsSaaajstr" sVslHsLIT-llfllVvPB'LxB Lxm TT.? axtxts " w m Saaaaaja4jXJE ttaxaxtxaxBtKaSlaiVr 'saMsifV LxtV taBia axtxV axixW axtxtV t ii 'J&Swr 'litVi . aBXtxtxtxtxttarax?1 ? axtxtxtxtxtxtxtxtxtxiBVSe ri iskjbh lt b ft Jjjiv iltiys axsaxexsxsxjEp I ' BBXaxaxastsxiv'iw LaHBETJN ' 'pp ra t i.'r' AVa .7 ajs t ' 't MkukwB&S&3SSsL M47H wbbbbLS . JHFIxaBBlfll CARROLL PRESTON. by Cromwell 73. by WashSired by Preston 922, by Wnshingtc-ington Denmark 01. 1st dam Daby Pence, sired by Enoch Arden, 2nd dam Lady Pence by Almont Forest 2803. 3rd dam by Garrurd Chief. hands high four years of age. He has He is a beautiful bay 15 more nutural action than any horse living, and from his success as a show horse in his three year old form bids fair to make a greater show horse than his grand old sire, being undefeated in his class as a three vear old and always getting his part in the stakes against tho cruck show 'horses of 1909. This great young stallion will make the season ot lUlu at the stocK I yards of A. T Nuinelley. Stanford Ky . at the reasonable figure of $25 to insure a living colt Mares kept ut $250 per month, and not responSeason due when mares are parted with or sible for accident or escape bred to other stock , him as a breeder. Maros crazed at ti per month; not responsible for sccldcnts or osoapes fchoulil any occur. OKO. Sl'OUNAMOOKK HKO.. ltowland, Ky .V RICHMOND. LOW ROUND-TRI- P HOMESEEKERS TO FARES Polled Angus Bull 1 jack will male the Over 16 hands S.year-ol- d season at our farm on old Danville pike be. tween lied jeville and Hubble al a fee of $10 for mate mule tnd $9 for horse mule, lo insure ! living coll, F1TZPATRICK tt RANKIN., Hcdgcville, Ky The West, Southwest and Northwest VIA 2 TRAINSrn DAILY 2 A'jil MUnTTTfo 2 TRAINSTftDAILY 2 I RIA TT..1I 111 ara. Ol. I WIIH0UI UUUI9 CHANGE .... I UN iHiSMI will slu lid my tlioroiiRhtirrd l'oll'il ngiis Uullnt my plnou on Honmriet pike when a tl W. Money due from cow kuiiwit to b with (.alt or purte O. Y. LOVKLIs, TO THE FARMERS. wlllconttnuMohmiille Kertlll era In the Jumlw and MuKluiiey sections nod ask my old putruiis to leimmitwr mo I also uk the ptttrouagv o iiiuny new custoiuvra. U,l HII'l'IiK, London, Ky. 1 SE2r St. Louis WITHOUT CHANGE. Tickots on Salo Flrtt and Third Tuoodnys In oooh Month. Return Limit 3B Pnys from Dato of Snle. WH I'. r Write (or Fires T J' A rNN, and Special Ull'ISVIUK, Dlitrto Routt Arrangements.- J. V QARUNKK. O, KY Kdr mA. jtljtbm! utauford Ky. W. O. Wallier, Stanford, Kentucky. S 1T rmi PAGE FOUR. TUB INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. WORK WEAKENS THE KIDNEYS, JUNE 3, 1910. The BVHRV Interior Journal. Established TUESDAY 1 1872. AND FIUDAV Kings Moataaii. At $10 A Day Kidney Pills Have Done Dean's Great Service For People Who The farmers arc very late with Prof. Ireland Is Greatly In Work In Stanford. mand to Conduct Institutes. their work this year on acocunt of the John Wren, E. Main St., Stanford, Ky., says: "I know from experience that Doan's Kidney Pills are all that is claimed for them. On" and on for sev eral years I had sovcre attacks of lamo 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 the kidneys secretions both day and night. Doan's Kidney Pills reliovdd me and have never failed to benefit me since then when I havo taken them." For sale by all dealers. Prico CO cts. Fostcr-MilburnC- De- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 x 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 At Ter Year in Advance SAUFLEY 8HELTON Publisher Entered at the Tout omco at Star ford, Ky., as Second Class mail. IT NEVER RAINS BUT IT POURS atternoon count of installing our machine--a- n Imporatnt pnrt or our pre broke. It never rains but 11 pour, but wo will try to do better next time, If our rraders will only have patlenco with us. hardly a man, woman or child In Lincoln county but feels a sense of personal loss in tho removal of Ed Walton to Atlanta. Ho is very dear to the people among whom he has lived and with whom ho has had daily assoIt is ciation for almost thirty years. probable that no other man in the state has a wider personal acquintanco than he. He seemed not only to know every naa in Lincoln and tho adjoining counties, but knows them well enough to call each by his first name and what was Important, we have found knows from memory the date to which each has paid his subscription to the INTE- Just ns wo started to press this later than uminl on ac- There's fe RIOR rw kindly of heart, gentle as a child, tender as a woman, yet brave and always true, he is one of nature's noblemen, and Stanford sudcrs in the loss of such a citizen. He has been our close friend from childhood and has proved it beyond power of expression in the untiring and fatherly zeal he has taken in assisting us in getting well launched upon our 'life work here, We which he has just relinquished. were indeed derelict in, a duty did we not thus express our high regard for him and sincere appreciation for his countless favors. We know well that the personal interest we feel in the welfare of him and his, is the sincere family. sentiment of the entire community. May God speed him ever and strew his pathway with roses. Whole-souled, Journal. Incessant rains, but are tal.lns advnn-tng- e of tho good weather this week. Prof. J. W. Ireland, principal of the The memorial services at the rett- Stanford High School, is considerably ing place of Hoscoo Leach word beau in demand to conduct teachers' Institllully held by Dr. Oscar lluey, Dr, tutes this summer. He has booked lavlilnn participating, and were accompanied by a plentiful spread for four engagements already, and his sev-orother under consideration. As he nl Misses Delilah, Aztlla uml Ktith receives $10 per day for his work, I1 Slnqh'ton wer tho charming guests will be seen that the high price of livor MIkb Weeclo .Murphy Sunday. Dr. O. M. lluey, of Somerset, de- ing won't get the best of the popular 10 livered n very Interesting and highly appreciated sermon at Ihn l'leua-an- t pedagogue this summer at least. II fs Point llaptlst church Monday dates are: Lincoln county at Stanford, Buffalo, New York, evening second week in July; Clay county at MUs I.uada (looch has returned sole agents for United States. from Franklin, Ohio, whero sho was Manchester. August 15; Mason county atMaysvlllc, Aug. 29; and Gallatin Remember the name Doan's-a- nd In business. Messrs. Allle, Lewis and Orovcr county, Warsaw. Aug 'J?. take no other. paid this burg West, of Junction Good instructors for institutes kre n short visit Sunday. Resolutions of Respect. very hard to securo and those who havo Mnstre Mike McCarty Is spending a seen Prof. Ireland's work, say he is short time with relatives here. ono of the very best. Tho directors of the First National Bank at a meeting held May 31, 1910, appointed the following gentlemen as a committee to draft resolutions on the Another Shipment of r, death of their esteemed aBafe J asaaaaaaaaaafe Buggies Received Mr. John J. McRoberta, who for nearly 50 years was eashior of the institution. atW. H. Hlg-gi- ns Following is the report, which was ac of the cepted: 1 III Whereas, it has pleased the Ruler of saVTfaHZ 1 eM. latest Stythe Universe to remove from earthly scenes and tho society of those who les. loved him our efficient and faithful cashier, Mr. John J. McRoberta, and whereas, we desire to express in an ofSee them before you ficial and personal manner our recognition of his ability, fidelity and faithful mnk a purchase elseness as an officer of pur institution, be where. A cheap bug. resolved, it 1st. That our Bank has lost a cony is high at any price. servative and judicious official, ourBuy a good one and please your wife. selves a faithful friend and tho wife and daughter a devoted husband and father and the community a christian gentleman and model citizen. 2d. We extend to his family our sym-pat- h in the great loss it has sustained; and as a personal mark of respect to memory and a just tribute to his his coodness as a man and a citizen, we now record these resolutions on the minute book of the Bank and direct that a copy be delivered to the bereaved al ' Mens' Wear! Lost you forgot and wo con-clud- I o ing and shoo pooplo. wo want to romincl you that wo tiro tho mons furnishers prober of Stanford Wo soil tho aroonly cloth- $ o & 0 O O "Fountain Shirt" You all know it I havo sold it for 15 yours and I havo a satisfied list of shirt wearers, wo soil only tho two Grades $1 and $1.50, Thoy fit tho (lt, fellow-worke- 1 neck, thoy havo any lon length sleeves, skirts, full body. Elastic soam drawers any size from a 31 to a 52 inch waist at 50c Undershirts, 25c, 50c and $1 each. Union suits $1 and $2 each 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 t 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 "Harris Suspenders" Tho host suspondoi-- on tho lobt at 25 and 50c, silicones at $1 to $2 50 tho pair. Sox in ovory size quality and color, but tho stylo now is solid colors oither in black, tan or fancy at 25, 50c for hslo and $1 Dresa lovos $1, 1 50 and 2 tho pair. W. H. HICCJNS, We hsve opened J. S. ST F Rem, E. C. Hocker, Harris, Walton. Com'tee, Stanford, Kentucky. We are printing this paper on Friday afternoon instead of Thursday and hereafter will issue Tuesday and Friday afternoons, instead of Monday and Thurs day. This will give our readers later And more news and prove quite a help in many ways. With our new linotype naehine, upon which we hope to setup oar next issue, we will be ablo to give oar readers much more news, and we believe that as soon as you get used to the change in time, you will agree with us that the new arrangement is much the better. who Bring Your ProAice To Us. produce hone Sosi. enet street sad will ptjr the htetxit market price lor sll kiwis el rouotry rwedvee. Bncf u your truo. M.iO. UAST1N fc CO, v 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 and $1 50 for silk. Saved From Awful Death How an appalling calamity in his family was prevented is told by A. D. McDonald, of Fayettsville, N. C. R. F. D. No. 8. "My sister bad consump tion," he writes, "she was very thin and pale, had no appetite and seemed to grow weaker every day, as all remedies failed, till Dr. King's New Discovery was tried, and so completely cured her that she has not been troub led with a cough since. Its the best medicine I ever saw or heard of." For coughs, colds, la grippe, asthma, croup, hemorrhage, all bronchial troubles, it has no equal. 50c and $1; trial bottles free. Guaranteed by G. L. Penny. Sualord. Ky, 0 0 0 H. J. McROBERTS. G. L. Peanj H. 0000000000000000000000000000(50 II. Coflcj K. It. Colciaaa BLACKSMITniNG ! l3333aQgS333Se33333E Br. loss' Poultry Panacea Will make lictin 't A Great Big Load of Our Hangings too good for the fienn ' Flour murdered little Alma Kelincr. cases as this that cause It's such Finds its way into the best homes men's hearts to burn within them every day. It is bought by people and force them to quick vengeance, Sunday Services. not .waiting lor the law's delays. The who required the best without research for the murderer Is to be gard to the price. Yet Baughman's Sunday is Roll Call day at the llap made over the whole world, as it flour costs no more than ordinary is believed that he has tied across thu tlst church and every member is ex pected to be present to answer to his or brands. And when one considers ocean to his old home on the Conti her name when it is called. how much farther it goes than net Rev. Jos. Ballou will preach at Lo Undertakers and Embalm - common flours our brands are really gan s bunday at II o en. Also Dealers in FurIllinois Is all stirred up over tho clock. UreeK church the cheapest. Include a sack of it in niture, Mftttings.Kugs. The disclosures of bribery of members of your next grocery order. rill exchange Furniture for the legislature, which elected William a)1 Kinds of Stock. Give J. H. Baughman & Co. Lorlmer, ot Chicago, to the United PROFESSIONAL AND I Them a Call. Prices Right States Senate. Wonder how that BUSINESS CARDS.: election would compare with the lust STANFORD. - KENTUCK A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, election of a United States Senator DR. T. W. PEiNNINGTON, Burgln, KentucKy. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! from Kentucky, if certain members Dentist. vho voted againrt their party's nonil-ac- e i can lurnuo me niii.nr witri iiia tu.t I urn a graduateof Jones National Hchool exwell as tbe freshest of cut Cowers, plants' of had ot Auctioneers, Chicago, and could be exposed" Hours 8:30-1- 2 A. M. and 1 to 4:TO P. M. perience In tbe Ml' cattle saleshae Union ti aiiiub. uuiw, pofcieu uowers, on short at the Also mukt' a specialty of wreaths wo (old tome office Myers House Flats. Stanford, Ky. stock Yards, Chicago, where JiO. Alio lu notice. thoroughbred! an high as Col. Walton has stirred up the aniIn connection with the nloye, I hare all HO sales were made each horse sales whore DR. W. N. CRAIG. day. Auctioneering ti a science and I liae kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable mals in some quarters with his pertiOptician studied It with thlslden. Heeor phone me prices. and Oculls nent observations in the State Press C'llltlHTMAN (IIIKKN IIOIIHKH. before you arrange for your sale, I ran KU llUHHAHK, I'kOK. make sales to) our advuntuge. I'UONKiS-l- t column of the Lexington Herald which OfticeoverH. J, RcRoberts' store. Htanford, Ky. Stanford, Ky. he is making a hummer. It's always dog that yelps. the hit J. P. CHANDLER, Auctioneer. Dealer in aim junnuiaciurer ui, Helm's Argument Good. I will conduct any kind of sales in ""We are In position to do all kinds of run. such as lllock Work, i'avements Lincoln and surrounding counties. If Marblo and Cranlto Monu- cretlng, fact, we oun and. In make any thing from r ments, and you want good prices for your land house down to a fence post. We can eervo Uwn you promptly and guarantee Stanford Congressman's Speech Be- or stock, see me. Stanford, K.D.N'o 1 Markers and 1'osts, Cemetery s Vases and Hettees. Office and works, worn ami material. Uall and get our prices Ing Used In Texas. Ky. before you buy your material at least. M. H. JOHNSON. Arthur Krock.the clover WashingAuctioneer. & Summer Stock. 8tnford, Kjr. ton correspondent or the Louisville I will conduct sales in Ihis and surrounding counties. Satisfiction guar- Hare.yoar measure taken by a taller of ex'llmes.ln a recent Issue says: Stanford, K.D.No 1. perience. Then your olotbes, whethera low Representative llnrvey Helm should anteed. price business suit or the finest erenlng clothes, will have that Individuality and nt ror house, carriage (and probably does) leel the deep and sign painting deco which plainly Indicate they were made to sense of satlstactlon that comes to your measure. I will also take your meas- ratlye paper hanging also Lidv trluiinlnc ure for extra trousers, fancy vests, top of all kinds such as tons recovered curtain. one whoso thunder has been btolen) eoatsl and; orsrooaU. Hprlngand Husnue, uuu Hwumun ntopover Aiariugei black samples en kand ready for your Inspection smith shop West Main Ht., Stanford Ky. In this instance the general meaning j'Hone no.tjft. H.O. RUPLKY. The Tailor, of tho expression is hardly applicable J J. HKLDKN. Htanford, Ky. for Mr. Helm pealed this particular ago, and it wna peal several months of only set a few days ago on MASON'S the Texas coast-M-r. Helm made a good speech opLlneeln Lodge No. oO. r. A A. M. will meet posing the ship 8ubbldy. lie dug for In staled communication on each first and I desire to sell privately' my stock of third Monday nights of each month, at TUU Hardware. lJolng a geod bu. his tacts and presented some original in ineir aau on main sireeet, man ness. Will lnvoloe abeat HUM. lleason reflections that wer ot real rrwrlt. lodges are fra III health. ferd, Ky, Members of sister ternally Invited to be present. T. W. J'en Among thorn was an extract from an QKO. D. HOPl'KU, HUnfordik'y. nlngton Bee. showing old Congressional Record that Speaker Cannon in 187S was an Insurgent on the ship subsidy and ilelled tho House organization. No.ll.Houtb, lltaH".. Now comes Representative Uregg, You Can Test Our Lumber No, at, Houth, totts a M. No. , North, :0 A. M, of (lalveston, with tho same fact, and OOTO No. W. North, 6i r. M. lio included it In a recent sneucb that any way you please. It will stand it Oarson's Ilestaurant tancatter, Htreet, No.rf,10:A. u, newspapermen featured in the Texaa No.!,i:tur. h. Htanford, K. Ueals served at all hours up to 11:30 v. u. their papers, and which waa sent out splendidly. For we handle no unJOS. S, RICE, Agont. Jlest place lu wnfor a good quick to tho undecided voters sound stuff. You will learn that the under frank meal. of that district. Mr. Urepg Is In dan Cooking to suit our customersour specialty. per or not returning here, tho ann- best lumber is the dieapest in the IV. Bplendld new line of fancy ual Icy men being alter him. Mr, beginning as well as in the end. Furniture aud Undertaking. Oroocrlcs, tleltii feels unusually complimented And our lumber decidedly comes Day Phono '28. at the suggestion that his ship subUot Coffee, Handwlches, pies, flutter milk sidy speech of five months ago is the up to quality called "best" and sweet milk, etc, at all times. Might Phono 133. lifeline ot tho present crisis for Mr. W. A. CARSON, J. A. ALLEN, StMftri, Ky. Stanford, Kentucky. Itrlric roar BhukMnllfaltiff und ffnrtl rtpAlr work to m. Hone borltiK rtc. nwuninciiou Raima ICKS2, SOOp OppOMte JaMKU nilAOKKTT, Htanford, Ky. i.L.Beazley&Co., Inj, cum ihrin i 5J ot (Hifawi ami keep thcui in gixxl thriity condition. Thu iiiercn) in the iiiiiiiUt of tf.s laid, will more than imjr tor the small cxciik; oi (ceding. It i old at Penny' Drug Stdrc. PENNY'S DRUG SO STORE, " Stanford, KcntucUy. ferA Detroit Vapor The Latest In Harry Jacobs, CONCRETING nrst-clas- OIL STOVES. Ataolutely Wicklese, No As-ijest- Spring PHILLIPS BROS., J. J. BELDEN, No Cotton Wicks. The Very Thing for Summer Cooking:. MEET. Stock for Sale. Merchandise sasasasaVBsaHsasasaH Makes life in the kitchen endurable in hot wcuthcr. GEO. H. FARRIS. When You Have- - L5N, TITOETHBLE When Hungry To Sell Call A. TRIBBLE. H. B. Northcott, Stanford, Ky. 'Phono 163. TIIUHMAN K. TUDOR, Manager. VT Prep. JUNE 3, 1910. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. PAGE FIVE. Oxford Bargains 50 pair black and Tan Oxfords and Slippers on Put This on Your Memorandum. Friday June 10th will be REMNANT DAY at at Severances'. More short lengths from the Wc could orotic nil Any, but n single visit to our store will do more to convince you of the supcrority of our goods and the correctness of our prices, thnn nil the talking wc could do. Remember when you buy here you nrc encourging nn enterprising store that delights to do things bet- 5 the bargain counter. These goods sold at 2.50 to 3.50, they arc odds and ends, good styles and of the best quality. You can have your pick for 1.18. best sellers of the season than we ever offered before. ter thnn others. SEVERANCE & SON, Store. NKKUI.E8, IJobbins and Shuttle fo mi sewing macnines at i'enny's Urug . i Stanford, Kentucky. WEATHER HARD ON HONEY BEES, Wc collect notes and accounts anywhere in the United Stntes Says Close Observer at Preachers-vill- e charges unless we collect. Also look after claims of all kinds. Bank references. Correspondence solicited. Over Half of Bee Colonies Arc Dead Other News Notes. WOODSON MAY, Mgr.. Preachersvillk, June 2. In September last we predicted that half of the colonies of honey bees would bo dead by May-dathis year. Tho prediction has been raoro than fulfilled, and in Lincoln county alone, from latest reports, it appears that a goodly number of colonies havo perished In the past month. Weather conditions for the last six weeks, from a viewpoint, have never been equalled before at this date. All signs indicate b worse honey year than last, y Notes and Accounts Collected. No PERSONALSr Will Siiklton was down from Llv- - ingston Thursday. miss Linda Owsley has returned to her homo at Lexington. JB58B Emory, of Danville, was hero between trains Thursday. . Paul and Mary Gaiiwan are the latest to Join the mumps colony. Dr. W. M. Doorks (upending a few days In Crab Orchard. Miss Annie Holtzclaw is visiting in Garrard. Miss Mamie Wade is visiting s at Rowland. Mrs. W. W. Wade came down from Corbln to visit hor homcfolks. Miss Jennie I'eitles is visiting Lancaster friends and relatives. Miss Mary Helm Johnson is visiting relatives nt llustonvillo. Miss Anna D. McKoiiehth is with rela-tive- uar lAjSBBBsilsBBBBBVlVjsH a v lessened in cost t$? and Increased in quality ana wholesomeness. by hot blsculf, &T lint hreads. a 'y n aa ea CAKE, mays COLLECTION agency. Somerset, - Kentucky. tv.Tv; Baiting PawAer uaKe tne looa ai and save money and neaitn home Short Local News. If you want a pair of slippers or low cut shoes, try the Country Store. best quality of ice cream at wholesale pricve. John Morton. TlIK Lancaster relatives. Mrs. II. M. tiALLOU and children, of Lancaster, wcro the thu guests of Itev. Joseph ilallou. Miss Georgia Lewis, of Crab OrMRS. Fhkii Gaiinett is a sufferer chard, was the guest of Miss Elizabeth from the mumps. iliggins. Mr J. M. McCarty, wife, little son W. C. Priest, a popular typewriter and Miss Ella Leach are spending afow salesman of Islington, was hero this dnya t Kings Mountain. week. Miss Sara Haughmsn entertained a " Mrs. S. D. Hartley left Wednesday number of friends at dinner on Wednesfor a visit to Michigan and other wes- day evening. After a sumptuous tern points, an automobile drive in Mr. Haugh-man- 's C M. Samuels, of Somerset, is here, new car was enjoyed. to finish up several contracts which he Mrs. C P. Harvelle and her little has n bands. daughter have returned to their home Mm. J. O. Rockus and little sons at Hobinson, Utah, after spending two are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. months here with her mother. Mr. Steele Bailey. G. W. Nay lor. Cait. and mrs. W. W. Carter are Mrs. J. P. LaRue, of Louisville, is with her parents. Col. and Mrs. W. H. receiving congratulations upon the ar daughrival of a pretty little Dudderar. Mils. Nannie W. Owens and grand- ter at their home. She has been named are guests Woodio Pearl. Capt. Carter is the pop children, of Raleigh, N. ular L. & N. conductor running out of of Mrs. Leila Cook. Lebanon Junction. Miss Dora, pretty daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. 11. Hester, has been very ill at her country home. U. D. C. Meeting. Miss Lena Palmer has returned to her home in Garrard, after having taught in the Stanford Graded Schoo The United Daughters of Confederacy met with Mrs. John FoataronlaatTues-da- y . the post term. afternoon and a most interesting Miss Fkttko, of the Graded School faculty, has returned to Indiana to paper on Robert E. Leo was read by Mrs. Steele Bailey. The statue of spend vacation. ' M. Geo. Deuokde and wife havo Ilobert E Lee having recently been placed In tho hall of fame in the Namoved to the Kowle house at Rowland tional capital mado the subject particand Fred Garnett will now occupy the Several clippings wer Whitley avenue. ularly timely houso they vacated on read. Tho program being dispensid Cou S. M Owens, of Lincoln coun- with, delightful refreshments were ty, was here this week, the guest of served. Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Owens. Somerset Times. Wedded In Garrard re-Pd escape from serious injury or possibly weather, and he was on top of tine, su death, at tho yards Tuesday when he perintending the work, when he Jos1 fell through a hole in the roof, and, his balance and fell through the hole. but for tho fact that ho struck on a Mr. Murphy, who was working en the rafter and managed to catch by one roof, caught at his coat, but would hand, would have fallen clear through have been unable to have held him, for to the floor, a distance of about 25 feet. Mr. Nunnelley is no featherweight, hafl Mr. Nunnelley has been so presse d not the latter struck the rafter. He hit for spaco at the yards, that he is hav- it on his leftside before catching hold, ing the pens in the rear roofed over so and the point of impact has been very which was bad indeed. Born, to the wife ot Jasper Collins, a as to bo available for use in all sorts of painful since. fine girl. Father and babe are dojng as well as could be expected. HAIR Mrs. George B. Colson still continues n a precarious condition. Mrs. J. II. Itigsby is about well. fHenry Blankcn-sni- p is convalescent. Wkite sewing machine is king. Every machine guaranteed for five years. For sale by W. A. Tribble. TUB Just what at the you want in a straw hat Country Store. Mont- - For Sale Hird pupi. T. B. gomcry, Crab Orchard. Everytiiino Country Store. in men's shirts C it 2C-1- !. the Ten pairs Homing pigeons for sale; well mated and beauties. Thomas Coleman. Second hand Bell City neparator for sulu ut u bargain W. O. Walker, tf. this summer, and the district that secures her may consider itself fortunate, Lost IK) ho at Woods' Crossing. as she is a graduate of more than ordiHoward for return. B. W. Givens. nary ability, and a most pleasant lady. Spring clvaners can secure tho finest She is with the family of her brother, paper in tho world to go under carpets, Thomas Durham, at WhiteV Mill. Miss Lucilo Ballard has returned from mattings, etc., at the very lowest price at tho Interior Journal office. Also a visit to relatives near Bryantsville. lots of nice, clean papers for shelves, Mr and Mrs. Grover Gastineau, of Garrard, were visiting the family of etc. Mr. John Naylor. Just received a car load of American We are in receipt of a letter from II. fence. It's the best made. George II. Seargent, of Hopkinsville, is which he Farris.' . Bays tobacco is all net, corn growing Buy your wifo a good sharp hoe to nicely and crop conditions in the main work the garden with, at the Country much ahead of central Kentucky. He miss myrtle Darker, who has been Store. and family are well satisfied and inattending school in Kansas City, wo., Minn Doxla Dslton. of Marksburv. will arrive Saturday to Visit miss MaTub Young Ladies Circle will meet quire after old friends here. Clayton Marsee. Garrard countv. and rgaret Sugg. I ulsoof Garrurd, were united in mar- Saturday afternoon at 2:30 at thu Chris GREAT SHOW HERE. F. U. Wilkinson and wife, of Lex- riage by Itev. Thompson at Mt. He- tiun church. and other ington, ore with his father bron Snow . I'hrlMy Hit' (5. relatives here. Hit mother and sisters Lost Black plume, between Stan- S iturdiiy night at too ll.iilroad lot on Carbon visiting relatives in Liberty this nro ford and Danville, on Shelby City pike. will exhibit in Stanford tonight and week. Reward for return to this office. Lancaster street. Tblt show ciirritb "Spinsters' Queries" ii Lunch of performing dogi, has a Mrs. M. J. Adams left lueauay lor Wanted. A good safe, J. C. Flor- - number of vaudcvlllo features and Ilustonville, whero she will mako her Is Mild to gle it llrst clitx exhibition. enee. home. Miss Frances Adams will Feature of Afternoon Reception futuro It shows nt popular prices. to join the happy auto Tub latest to join her , after several days' visit By Mrs. Tate. throng is Henry C. Anderson, who this friends here. Work. Back week purchased Will Severance's CadMrs. T. S. WEBn,Ju.,of Knoxville, The homo of Mrs. Clarence Tate was illac car. The latter will buy him un been appointed a member of tho has Women's Board of tho great Appal- the Bceno of much merriment Thursday other, and John Owsley Rcid is also J. S. Rice Returns to Duties And achian Exposition to bo held in Knox-vill- o afternoon, when Bho entertained in said to be negotiating for a new car. Geo. Harris Returns Home honor of Miss Linda Owsley. Mrs. Tate this summer. 1'ionoiinced by millions tho greatest E, C. and Mrs. Walton, and son received informally, "a fortunu-tellqr- " trtnih maker, appetite builder and , Agent J. S. Rice has returned to his Claiborne, left Thursday for Atlanta, being tho only ono in the receiving line. health restorer, llolllntcr's KocKy duties as L. & N. agent here, after Ga., to make their futuro home. Miss After all tho fortunes wero told, a little Mountain Tea will mako .vim (eel that four months spent in a hospital in LouLucy Lee Walton will remain in Ken- contest, the "Spinsters Queries," was llfo is worth Imng ;1S cents. Tea or He is isville undesguing treatment. tucky a short while to visit friends and enjoyed. Tabletc For Hale hy Shugars and greatly improved, and his many friends Mrs. G. G. Perry had tho most correlatives. The host of friends of this Tanner, Stanford. are pleased to know that he is almost nonulir familv reirrct exceedingly to rect answers and received tho prite, an himself again. Irish crochet collar and cuffs . Mrs. J. give them up. FOR MISS OWSLEY. George B. Harris, of Lancaster, who Refresh S. Owsley won the booby. Tub recital given by Miss Iliggins' has been assisting in the station work lovely hoswere served and the Tho apartments ot Mrs. J. S. Ows- here during Mr. Rice's illness, haB reclass in music at tho library auditorium ments many compliley at U.e Collptso wero very attract- turned to his home at Lancaster. He Tuesday afternoon was well attended tess was tho recipient of is very popular here and all hope he on the success of her entertainive on Wednesday alternoon and thoroughly enjoyed by every ono ments may yet make Stanford his permanent the entertained In honor of her cueist, home. and skill with ment. present. The easo Mlsa Mnda Owsley, of Lexington. which her pupils performed clearly wer played and much interest her ability as a teacher. BTiTi or Ohio Cmr or Totxso. I demonstrated Fell Through Roof LlCM COIICTT. pair ot silk hose Somerset Times. IIiexij uaata ealh that h la anilor aroused, a' beautiful rami 1 Llitxu A entertained a Eartiwr ut Ue arm olol .Tulrdo. Cuuntjr Co, douu bolus the prize. Miss Esther Uurch and Mtaut In Ih Clir aum ol pay aakl arm Mrstl.C I'rrry was the lucky winfew friends Thursday evening in honor afurraakl. aiul that UOLLAIIH Kill rachtin trry and lor ONK IIUN1)IIH .Mary A. T. Nunnelley' s Close Call At Miss Linda Owsley, of Lexington. cim ol CiTiaaH that cannot pa rurtil by tba una ol ner or the first prize, with Misi of .,. , Uurch tnklng second, tho prize being Mrs. J. S. Owsloy. HauscaiaiuuiM.... Stock Yards I who is the guest of Sworn to bflora ma and aubarrlbnl In my riaenca. handsome Ian. Kelreshmcnts were Nations were played and delightful ices Ula tin day ol ittccuixr. a. i . taw. . I A. W. UtbAMin. served, tho rolorri being pink and and cakes were served. This is the Norail Iliuc. I l first visit Micrn Owsley has made to her Hall a Catarrh CUra la taken tnUmally and arte white. This was the second of tho Anderson T. Nunnelley, proprietor of bUud and v old homo since leaving here some years directly upon tha uatlraooUla, muaoua aurUora ol tha .er!en or dellghttul entertnlnments Nunnelley'a Stock Yard, the biggest frae. ' ago, so her large circle of friends are tnttm, btui lor F. 1. CHtNKV CO- - Toledo, O given for Hiss Owsley durlug ber stock receiving and selling depot in Sold ly all Draft lata. I to. this part of Kentucky, had a narrow pleasant visit la Stanford. cordially welcoming her back again. Tale iiall a t aoUly ttua tut cooatlpaUoa. m S. D. Carpenter sold a lot of corn to Gus Geiszl, of Crab Orchard, at 13. J. Collins sold a sow and pigs to J. M. Cress for $50. Rev. F. D. Palmeter, pastor of the Methodist church here, preached Sunday and Sunday evening. There was but a small crowd of worshippers present. His next appointment will be the 5th Sunday in July. "Trixle," a small terrier belonging so Miss Carrie Naylor, has become very much attached to little Oliver Moses Stout, the child left on Mr, Spratt's porch in March. Since Mrs. Naylor has had the infant in her care, the terrier has shown an unmistakable affection for it, and any time it cries the terrier scratches at the door and howls till it is hushed. On several occasions when doors are left open, "Trixie" is found on the bed besidojlhe little sleeper. Miss Ruth Dut'.t.m, who has been attending school for ome time, has returned, to the delight of her many friends. She will teuch in this county Hair falling out? Troubled with dandruff? Want more hair? An tlegant Does not Color the Hair drcj.O-.fi- ? AYER'S VIGOR Irtfrrerfipntc WSreuigllia. We believe Sulphur. Glycerin. Qutnliu SedHim ChUrld. Capaicum. Saic. Alcohol. Water. Perfume. doctors endorse this formula, or we would not put It up. r Does not Color the Hair J. O. AYER'S HAIR VIGOR Ana Oowrurr. Lowall. tltm. JUST ARRIVED!! Have just received a fteh supply ol PURINA POULTRY FEEDS The Best on Earth. Test them for yourself. For Sale By TV TV IX W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. . J I i L. R. Hughes T. V. Humblo W. O. Martin at SILKS We have just received a beautiful line of new summer silks in all shades and prices; also a lot o( new yokings and band trimmings. Call and see us before buying. I i nn 1 .. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., - i " Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, I STANFORD, KENTUCKY. J IBB5tX THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, ICY. JUNE, 3r Loving 1010 Red Light. old, 10 Red sorrel horse, 4 yours hands high, extra weight and bono. Sired by famous roadster and sire, lied Leaf, who Is too well known to nil horsemen to need description and iedlRree, ho by C. l Clay 3:M, 1st dam by lied Wilkes, Red Light's 1st aamwnsDay Maid by CccllUn 2:30 son of the ercat OimIetta Wilkes: 2nd ilnm Nell liv old HaWnra. 3rd dnm NoonJny bv St Elmo! 4th dam Midnight by Pilot, Jr., nth dam Twilight uy by Lexington; utli ilam unrKiH's Wagner. In offering tlioserUcm of this promising young stallion wo feel Mifo In sayltng thai with hi sire, style, form, speed and notion that he Is bound to provo a great slock horse. Will stand nt my llverv barn In Stanford at $15 to Insure a IUIur colt, money duo when colt Is foaled or m.iro parted with. Mo sure lo so him beforo breeding your good niaros G. O. Hr'AKLKY, Stanford, Ky In Memory of a Mother. Mrs. Ssllio Camden died May 25th, at tho homo of hor daughter, Mrs. W. S. Rico, in the Milledgevillo section, aged 63. Sho was a' member of tho tUptlst church, having given her heart to God at an early ago. She and is survived by her husband four children George, Alvln, Mrs. W. S. Rico and Samuel Camden Darling mother, you have loft us, Ono long week smco you havogone, Hut no, you'ro safu in Heaven Mingling with the happy throng. How wo watch to see you coming, How wo miss your welcomu call, How wo mils you, darling mother, Ono wo loved so dear, so well. 1910, All Hail to the Farmers and Stockmen! Behold the Conquering Herds Have Come! The fine toung Jack Excelsior tire Emperor, dam I Islalgo unpolled, will make the sea-to- n ol 1910 al the s.ciut Creek V alley Stock, Glass, I lay. Cram miles and Tobacco I'aim, 2 outh ol Crab Orchard, Ky. on (he Qiapprll't Cap pike. He was specially seteclcd from the "CWat Jack I Irrd" ol Mr Iliac Ghelby Tevis, Travellett' Rets. prior lo hit lack tale two yeait ranch, ago, lor the 1,000-acr- e 1 DON VARR1CK '& -iMA-n- 11 r ., ll Titi stallion All Peavine" nnrmivr.. r.,.,.f.olJ .,n,nli - '"VJ " u i "- p" 15 3 hinds. 4092, dirk chestnut This ninsiiinceatly breu young stnltlon wilt mnke the sensou nt ll'lo nt my stnhle pike, nenr Hlnnford, Ky on tho Hlielliy ut UMo Insure n Itvlnit eolt I v.ri Vnrrlck ItlS-t- n Womias the sunshine of your face, Wo miss thy k'iml and willing hand, Thy fond and earnest care. Our homo is dark without thee, We miss thee everywhere, We will go to weep abovo her, Lying oh, so white and still, Where sho sleeps from caru and sorrow, Thu W.. Ill ack it in his Mill year; is JSRia Aiftu ui'hMW ' black in color with characteristic gray trimmings fc'-- 7.l,tby torrei Rex McDonald won 1833. .ZuehPe.vme Will serve Wh, breed o. horse. lha, are commanding A. highest price, here old blood as it is possible to gd being by R Pe.vine and out ol limited number o( mate, at $25 lo insure living colt. u daik bay. DMLMAS. mad: how they breed. 16.2 with best ol bone, and action with very heavy mane .r ' 3rd Sired by Cecilian Chief. Itt dam by Ultimu. 2nd. dam bv Gill'. Vermont. BREEDING: I know he stallion lo ly Day DkIc. 4th dam by Bold Stocking. In offering thu He well the pubhe. lo get trot-- is Jt enough bred is vri. h, ored to get .lock big enough to breed, work and .ell. Will stand him at the very low price ol $10 to insure lite colt. At ame lime and place Will tand two good jacks Jim Porter and Bngnolia. Thee jackt are too well known to need adtertuinsr at I have several seasons with them and you all know Terms $8 to insure the aboie live colt. Seivue fee due with all advertised stock, when colt is foaled, mare traded sold or . bred to to other stock. Care taken to prevent accident but not responsible should any occur. 4 tlsssssssssisilsBsWsJr t itiilliyitsitsitsitsitsBl VBNBmt J ilisssssssssssssssssssssstsHPlHt "" illlllllllllnnillllllllMlllllHsBQslllllll. IssssssssssHsVlHHsaSllisssssssssssssssssssssssssiilssssss W. P. Kincaid is the bos "hoss" trader. He sold "Old Scott," the hone ho bought from E C. Walton, to Will Arnold, of Lancaster, for $150 to be one in Residence McKINNEY' KY used in livery. The he got Two Mliihty Jacks Two. I from , Mr. Walton he sold to Smith CLlCTIlNnnd Itl'srtKI.. r.. me . . ..-- . i. Clifton Is a bhiek lack with light points. I, uaUKmmiii sur ov, ,l. iwo BinnuinK jenrsold last tsepteintier. l&S linruls high I him at only 1180, a net profit of 120 for ., ... with a matchless head and ear, well set on . a rangy neck, tins plenty tsonenndiulntnnce less man a weeK 8 handling. and us u breeder he Is not surpassed. Mr. Kincaid sold to G. C. Givcns a3- RUSSEL year-olhorse for $150. Is a black Jack with light points, .enr-ollast August, full IS, liunds high with ai 1 much finish nnd nctlon ns n horse, nnd as n I'romincnt Danvillian Dead. brtederhels the equal of any jack. Until of these Jacks will serv e tunres nt J in to Insure a living colt. Traillniil. e mare forft Its the Insurance. Care will be taken to prevent Jerry B. Fisher, aged Go years, j'sliisssssssssssssffii.lt I XmRtEitfBM accidents. but will not be resiiouslble should any occur. Jennets will twenred for after of Danville, secretary of the June 1st. and bred by private contract Danville Elks lodge, formerly paymasK. I'. WOODS, J. II. WOODS. ter of the Iron Mountain railroad, and one of the most prominent men in this BEAU section, died suddenly in Danville of heart disease at his home. He as IJ.OW. R. S. Scudder, tienullful chestnut short buck hemy fact the highest t pe of the trotter nnd perfect ttltpoiltinn. Ho Is by the. strent lliiwiinl Kilter MViU. Unit won the IVun Trnnsylvnnln inn seten bent rnce In U1 ntnl tho snineyeiir won thu 110,1m Homier .Memorial mm inn .vi.niia .11. 1111 in nrosen licntu nntl solil for lll.uriiiil Inter for $,- no. lion Vnrrlck Is bred evnctly like Htinn- Trnnsj irnnln Isti tjuoen Hint won the J.v( In KiNmnklnir n record of OTnndwiisclnsf eil ns one of the bin four, bclna one of the ItrrntPSt money winners on the urn nit circuit in tw. unvuiru Hitter is ny unwnru, one 01 me grentest nntl best sous of George Wilkes Onw aril's dnm wns thednmof Director, the sire of thnt ureal family of trotters unit ilam vtns In oncers. Don Nnrrlcks Wilkes Hoy, bvUtorae Wilkes n full sister m The Wnv . !.".. nnd hnlf sUtir to .Mail- lene 1'iilclnMl the ilam of llubber s;lii. Winchester :lfr' Hilly Wilton 8.VO. nnd Miss It. .:, iml ilam Mnry liy lloge'stirey Knsje ineuiiiu ui sue nj nun imiii nw lntltlen. Don Vnrrlck'silnni produced Dr. Conner luibllc hint mile on the that paced nil Islington track nt 1(1 months In ltir sold to N. W.llublngerof New llnxeii for ll.nn. she nlso nroiluceal Mnscle Iiio. that trottml hnlf mlleon the winie trunk ut 11 Don months old In 1:11 unil sold for Vnrrlck Is fast gnme ami nlwnys on the Inn trot, very nirely ever lenxes his feet. quarweekn hnntlllng lust Kail he trotted 11 ter oil halt tulle truck In .IIS- - Hec. Imlflil 1.10 anil thu mile In 2.?;S " the outside of truck. I'lense note the rich Inheritance of missing link for speed on tioth sides, not generntlons Itrinl to this fellow nnil ou four things every can't iiiIks the disposition, speed nntlbreeder luols looks for size, Seelilm lieforn booking our mnres. Henson money duo when mures nre pnrteil with or bred to nnother horse. Mures kept nt 10c per duy mid nil cure tnken, hut will not lie Doll responsible for nccldents or esenies Vnrrlck Is n If ,lu trotter If he had the. proper handling. Also nt same plnce will atnnd Imiw 111 Never to know earthly ills. Oh, our darling, how we loved her, Oh, how hard to give her up. Rut an angel came down for her. And removed her from our flock. Her busy hands aro folded, her work on earth is done, Her trials arc ended, her heavenly crown is won. n a true picture ol an ideal jack a patagon ol style, symmetry and perfection, hat hagnificent head, ears, neck and bud), a strong, pteaiant countenance pressing gisbtude, alert, aquahne eyes, the ears the right sue, lorm and beauty, lhal The neck, vibrate in nmson and harmony, animated by true and fond emotions. shoulders, trunk, feel, legs, thighs, muscles, sinewt, bones and tail correspond in unique proportions anil at once indicate I le hasdie action, agility and animation strates lo the beholder, he is the gifted lo his colts sue, form, symmetry, lt 11 11 11 P. Past her suiTering, past her pain, Cease to weep, for tears arc vain; Calm tho tempest of your breast, For she who s uttered is at rest Patiently sho bore her sulTerering; loving hands did all they could, but God took her from our midst, as dear mother thought He would. Yes, dear mother, you have left us, forever mure, but byo and bye we'll meet you, on the bright and beautiful shore. From her loving daughter, Mrs. W. S. Rice. 11 Boss "1 loss" Trader. he is a puturrsiiue model lo his Jackship, ol a "racer" or Arabian steed, and demonson ol a noble sue, and has always Irani-millanJ these style and beauty with elegance, attribute! mtVe lhm sell high. AM ohiol his hsve been mire mulct eicrpt Iwo and all have told from $65 lo $125 at weaning or toon alter weaning ceptlw6; they are not for sale, has a strong, tnorout rhythmical, Irnot veste and biayt the hourt in chronological order; and in ihorl or long metre, tings. Onkyt Onkyt Onkyl I tay; I sayt Eicelsior -t- he Royal Donkeyl Was sired and foaled In Old Kaintuck, Anil bvet lo woik anJ for luck I sayl I say I'm the Roys I Donkey! I lay! I say. See and hear the Royal Donley I Chorus -- Onkyl Onkyl Onkyl Jenny, Jenny, Jenny, my Jenny I Onkyl Onkyl Onkyl I)y special ptrtmsuon the following gentlemen and tourfu of Lutwlti county hate kindly contented to be used ai reference and endorsement, hanng ratted or and lhal purchased hi! produce anJ personally know this ack al a great brc-de- f his colts are rated with the best, vu Messrs. Juhn Saylar. John Henry Hants, Dram F Long; Morgan Qispple. George I Uhnct, Lule hliflg. Ilowen W Civeni, Jocobum Retnetitach and I S Tetst. Escelsior will stand st $8 under tame condition! at the ttaHten Redatgt. Excelsior ii the sue of a very fine jennet colt and u deslwd to be a great jennet jack Thr seaion lor jennets will be $15. Galton s Pcdalgo run-abo- ,. ... The young stallion. Cabon's Pedalgo, will standat the I.OOOAcie Ranch , I le is a daik bay, IS hanli higV loji years oil, has all the csstvmal (acton of a model stallion. No 3715. she by FalSued by Gtlton 12)10. da-- I'edie, rg coner's Abdallo Mfobiini the fatoa coU $10), 2d dim Lotne Marry iy C. F Oay, etc, etc. This Million combines the blood ofthe Hambletonun, Wilkes, M'mbnno, Seely, Am-tst- in Star an J Qay larmlies, awl will slanJ at $10 to a limited number ol good msrei. Ijen rrtamej on co'ts until seawn u paid Money dj at once if mare u sold or tra W.ll nit be reiponuble for accidents or escape ol mares Mares patturrJ al $2 pr moitS II yoj wait stybsh, fari trotters , bleed to Pedalgo d d Bulldine, the Pecrl ess. A hornlrti, red Short I far, flull. an ideal animal in color lorm, style, sie. symmetry. weight, muscle and bone, will stand at One Dollar, cash at the lot, wsh prudes ol rrtura All burners should raise the best beef cattle, tt pays to lerp the best. It is the bull that u the ideal great factor in transmitting conditions ami developments in the herd. Therefore, bnnj your co j ani jj- -t caliies yuu will b- - proud of anJ that w.11 tell thermeWes without chin music, Farm-t- s who breed to the best sires, raise the best stock and gt the ol We ail. the cojrteiy lo purchase at the msiVrt price the prog-n- y beit prices theie tine animals over other buyers. NABOTII. tisssssssssssssssssssssssssnVLt!lTr RPafVsVVsllflftiaissssssssklillisB' OliissssssssssssssH i t tf I '.'omlilned Htalllon Dark Mnhogaiiy Itay. S. ,"" ""' ihsuiiui. is ausoiutely "iv easily bundled. Hei"u uisoosiuon aim ""': colts has stepped eighths in UK bitched to n sulky: Is tlvo gultl 14 1910 for $850. Brent show hor, wearing the blue tie ever PsestM will make the season of 1910 at my stable in Crab Orchard Ky.. at the reasonable since nvearllng, ut three y. ura old wore 13 3228. blues and one red out of II shows, as ahnr-nes- s of $20 to insure a living colt. Will keep mares on grass at $2 50 frt month but will not be horse and as a niful.il ! in ..I..... ,.. A. S. II. R. na3,le for accident or escape ol stock Season is due if mare is IraJed or parted with or himself lie was inner defeated except lit Sired by Dignity Dare 1982. he by Chester '"ilaot"itcolu.niiaiiii oras!teitheT stock won In rings Dare If) .lie , Rlirk 5nlu,rrl SR k. I.u k'. . ... ."uiu' ,ti wtiin ,ire iiinuvs insiue lln .7. G. 3 third dam Jose. HamUtonloii phlne, sired by Monhrtno Htarllght HSU by imrimty in, louriu nam jiury wituera uy Oliver thoroughbred, fifth Dnm sired bv Wagner, sixth dam sired by Imp Tronb), seventh anui siren uy runrnion s Hauler. Ilenu Nuboth Is a large norm atnndliig lit hands nnd weighing condition I.PsJ pounds. When, he liecumes acquainted with Um story of Ills limited education ion heglc to realize that he Is truly nremnrkaMe harness tallton.that ho must lie a great horse Is provwd by the wonderful progress thai he has made. With err little linndllng tie has uroven to be thevhnmiiloii harness stallion of Kentucky. He has won over the '"I borsoathnt Kentucky liasuroduced.Keailof him nnd vou will see that tbira are no better bred stallion In Kentucky than he Is. He gets combined horses, give him a smldln mure be will get )ou n saddle colt, give him a trotter mare, lie will get NO.I)22VOL.ll. sous trotting colt, remember lleau Nnboih fifTi Champion 5 it comblmd, with more record famlllesthnii fa led saddle stallion of Kentucky. most any horse In Kentucky. ( orge WUka 'Bausng at all lire Kentucky fairs and also at the horse shows at Buffalo. N. Y., St. Louis Mo , Klectloneer. Hniulltonlon and four crosses of thoroughbred to iilie him stamltiH. cti Xansn City. Come anil see this horse lie lives without by Washington No. 54. ffist dam Bell by Rhodmck. No. 104, second dam by Denmark. ft fault, he Is perfect from end to end. Ida three crops of colts cannot lie excelled by Pjcsm is a brown horse 15 nny horse. Will sUind at the Nunnelley hands highwith fine style and very high action. JobnOook, K u not only proven hims; to be a great show horse, but al a great breeder. He is the Htock Yurds. persona! enre caretaker, 'phone let. the best tuken. Kee 115 to Insure nlllvlng colt. mart Carroll Proton owned by W. O. Walker of Stanford. Ky.. for which he refused $3,500 J. M.l'KTTl'K, fast nun when he was only 3 years ol age. Kings. '1'hons Htnuford, Ky. M ss the grand sire ol Diana of the Lea. a winner at Madison Square Garden last fall, for Kwrmce Jones who paid $5,500 for her, also a grand sire ol Queen of the Night that sold in N. NoinlMllrecordS.il1, by Klevtloneer second dam !ela Jr slrtd by Mvtroolltaii 1ST by 10. llonu Hind by NnliothlO 118, Itecord Nabolb'a first Dam Norn llnughiiiuii l ?.!'. l. Wants To Help Some One. 1 ' ht PRESTON. 3-- 4 first-cla- For 30 years J. F. Boyer, of Fertile. Mo., needed help and couldn't find It. That's why ho wants to help some one now. SuiTering so long himself he feels for all distress from backache, nervousness, loss of appetite, lassitude and kidney disorders. He shows that Electric Bitters works wonders for such troubles. "Five bottles," he writes, "wholly cured me, and now I'm well and hearty." It's also positively guaranteed for Liver Trouble, Dyspepsia, Blood Disorders, Femalif Complaints and Malaria. Try them. GOc at Penny's Drug Store. mKmmmNMSS&i The ICing qi Lincoln an J prutific sire. ThU Jersey bull was sued by Dr. Vaught No. 729i5.dsmRob-riaNj. 12)610. "A J 8 W,a 17th St.. New Yoil, N Y.M will slail at Threj Djllan,caiS at lh lot. w,th privilege of re- A notable C.C. N. Stl Diitij 'ij Dare 1982. ,Uri Almont Dare Wvir tl I turn. Cows anJ hrlert paUureJ at reatonaSle ratei. Thu bull's progeny have lbs high graJeheilers have tolJ from $3S to $50 per been 85 p:r ceit heifers heal as short anl low yeailmji Every family shoulJ have a good Jersey cow, at Always have golden Jersey cream anJ living. e 3iiiy, a mvter ol butter, for no other tastes lite thu goo J, yellow butler. StocVmen and tobacco rauere will do well lo Leep their eyes on J.OXI.Acre Ranch wi.h its fine stJ.l, grtnypaiturei, alijnjtit water, prolifi: limtUona and and much virgin soil, picturesque foiesti anJ timber anJ beautiful landscapes, wire fencei anl grani piVes, njmrroji teiait hoji;i and tobacco barns. Thu land cenls, 1909 proJuees the finest qutlity ol tobacco, crop of 1933 toU for 16 crop sold (or 15 cents per pound.' gl John B. & Jamie G. Carpenter, Jr., Managers. R. F D. No. 1, tear AI X1-I. .. lillliiariiii.iii....,.ful. . 2nd dan, Udv D. by Cm Davis, by BouY. , rl!.?r.l.V.,ir,ij!r',,",,o bon Chief; 3rd dam Mathe S, by Foreign Light, J l1 of his gi t Think of audi saddlers um lie lm . I .., by foreigner, by Imported ulenco; 4th dam lid. Shelbyvlllo, Aug. 2.1- -4 days. namely, Nettleton. Wlutoiii. 1'roiiHct. Hi.. Some Kentucky Fair Dates. he C , by Cunningham's Copperbottom, 5lli dam Jim Auderson Jlnre. liny Dn, the I'rlit London, Aug. 2J 4 days. by Imported Buuard llerrlnu Mare, Toxle Dare, l.onilon Dure A' very fine draft stallion, weight 1,600 pounds, stunds full 1G hands Nicholasvllle, Aug. ' Lancaster, days. NO TC Alinenl Dare, so far as we are able I'HII' ll White Knot I'riiico . daya. . Uarbourville, Aug. 31- -3 daya. sired by Ben Hur Major, 273, 3135, Grand Sire Scott, 2130. lo discover u the first horse on record having lo SJife Ho-wa- s wnn ueieating nis creun tne nonor own or siiddlers days. Danville. Auir. Monticello, Sept. G,- -3 days. 2aaj, Jfiinie Beatrice, Clydesdale. GeortJo Hur is half English coach and progeny those of his ol Dijmiy Dale. mi Since IIIIJNITV mid see what by tljbift.. 1IAUK. got sire, Lexington, Auk. 8 C daya. Glasgow, Sept. 28- -4 days. he first became a sire he has had from I to 4 IDdcMatdniii by Weltlnnont rjki; 9 4 days. Tayloravillo, Aujj ialCC(ydHla!e; best draft horses in the state. Will make the season at ; be ' Ml A. T. State Fair, Louisville, Sept. 12- -fi premium colls shown each year at the different by llyadaku'si lUmbletoiilon No. 10II. It II, I dayi. HarrodaburR. Auir A. T. place atj$10 to insure a living colt. Colts can be seen at my place county fairs and they are developing into a fine days. i",.t'f.vn '""rua this aensoii of IWO nt. no I Drudhead, Auk. days. ... .a... a1IW Urirt UI -- I -- ....,. lot of wsli, Irol and 5 gaited ones. Tins horse MuaiaiiMv lilV Ticy straw for themselves. INHUUK u the lesull of a lifelong mating with the best MoneytWlO wlieu colt A I.I Vi: Ottl.T. trudud dun or innro stand two Jacks and u Shetland pony at $10 each to in- - dams and siiet obtainable, and as a natural result or removed, or bred tocomesother stock. A nny lion lo hit speed, makes him an ideal horse foe it a fine horse, beauufu! bay, about 16 hands, lieu retained on ull colts until paid for. the stud. 'Itiese qualiUes are just what it needed M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stmiford.Ky. jrare a living colt Onus furnished ut price lor and made fat. would weigh around 1200 oounds. iiinres from is distancereiitoimhle lw und must in tire lo breed high class harness and walk-trsettled tfor removed, ll'eedlnt; from horses, and it u the walk-tr- ot lhal sells for the both in his rack and trot, with A show horse among champions, fully their for lu In niornliu and I to aLouraeveningH 44165. In peers, going 6 distinct saddle gaits all fast, true to most money and has die readiest tale. Cecelian plenty of style and action. Just the and naturally extremely high, A high lailtd r.u.rS.M1".rVc,'l) ,"Jr iwrsonal uttentlon. HOt IxireSDOIISlblll foe IHTMm.l. nr the gicatesl of all Sired kind of horse for the farmer to one. Me u a full brother to that walk. trot geld- escniHS. V ul.o ut the anoie time mid roadsters; byI Red Leaf 21390. by Cocihan. he by Leaf is unmaiked but can irol in 2i28. He will dam Day Maid go for a record this summer. 'Tun handsome young stallion the breed to to get the best all round ing Nettleton that sold at a 4 year old for $3,. pliico atnnd my greut breeding Mule Jnck Nell by Ilalscfra 1024. Rambetta Wilkes; 2d dam mpcrty of J. D. l"ads L Son will horse See PEYTON He will make the season at the Pink Cottag Elmo 275, 4th dam Ly horse jieforo you 600, and to Troiy Dare that hat won more Day by Si. this 3d dam lEaifthe season of 1111" at my book your mures and I know von premiums than any mare ever tired by Dignity so wi II known In Him West Kml of Lincoln Pilot. Jr.Noon barn I 1 .2 milet bom Stanford on the Huston 12. I ..ll ...t- - Tl 1 . . and a tut ol others loo nuracrout lo men- - luuiiiv, in iiuiur inures... . lai rnr i,hiii..i. .1 I. iinu feara in Crab Orchard. Ky. at the will go no further Will keep , . 1 r- - 17 . . "r . 1 mares Hon, --Ir liu norse. owuu lo sue and loeatson. illiu ulitii, i.i.l, 1. fi.i.l..., m.ini .....V . re- -' in cceuan Lxai1 .1 1vioou1 011 1., r. c imi ",lc 1"" -j, ice 10 a umueu numixr 01 ,...an ins uiy "" iniiiiu. price of SIS to in-ci- re very reisonable RedW.lke. I. united w,,l, iha, of nuke the IVock"' reyto,! I ongrussnl $2 5" Per IllOIlth. Illlt jv.ll at our stable. 2 mile. uhMrar,.,Ke!i,l,lS a Jfvin colt Uubble'a will not lie responsible for accident Uomlluslonvilleontlustonville and Liberty pike. i ter'a JMiniell llrlguolluuiidout of Jim 1'or-..!- Wilkes and Pilot, Jr , and should prove cross I i. si which cannot be eicelled Hack Joe by the noted sire Pres-sSG- 2, or escape of stock a live con. itiaret traucu VKe,ol thu young horsewhole io insure 0gerlithe ( -- . Lien retained leyioUISIHH viltli ttry lu u luina sm i .Uwi l !"'"i . foot, nood net k uml ear Kund iiuartvrs, vti 1st dam Lucile 2nd duin Oil rnlr fnr SCaSOIl Cxcelian Leal It a well det eloped, registered '" uue urait in 'I. lire and whose dan) a tne ate among die very I bea- - abundance al $2 per month Our personal at mounted 18 Imiiils 1 Incli I igh lllltll paid foremost of all Kentucky's hottet at utei ol lancy .idulred trotting colt, four years old He It a rich bay with Bstlu; Robinson by Robinson's Ver son is due if mnres be responsible ' 'enuon to all but will .uml, "s sum star, u etcejiliontlly thow horses, I believe that lam making you an He is a black parted With Orlired are traded or ! ""den... Correspondencenot best of all Ii?1' !,01""?'!,"i 1X01, rouutv 10 lie tne two white hind (ect and Mint ILnnblctonian ,' and ?wii& to Other Stock und kee him, rangy lor 1 Irotung horte. especially gracelul in otter ol fare mem. C. E. St.nfo,,! high, weighing! intpecUon invited. 15'i hands I'liuneln residence the Deck; stands full IS 3.4 hands, has huti ac ' C. BAILEY. K E. S, POWELL & SON; D. S. isJS pound lion and lots ol style and finish, which, so. add Crab Orchard, Ky. i!r;t)TOMVli.Lic, Ky. Hustonville, Ky, Crnli Orclturil, Kentucky. RAILEY, .olmA A l. GEORGE HUR, J. II. I Hit I."hV7 Sh I .. K".;,!:;:dw,ue!i,ura,;,(r.r;vt Crab Orchard, Ky. TO WWl WPSl V.Aug-1- 303 33 :jr 173 94 Cecilian Leaf Black Joe. . ' ....." J '" ud f'wr" ttk, .! OiVi:. "' C.U J. ,,. , ... 'IZ' "Z TATE, CARPENTER. JUNK, 3rd 1910 COMMENCEMENT AT 1 TUB INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, ICY. PAGESEVEM MIRACULOUS ESCAPE l A CRAB ORCHARD TO OUR READERS! By special arrangement we offer you a great opportunity to read FROM DEATH John King, of Morcland, Hurled Thro' Air By Q. & C. Train. Horse Killed; Buggy Smashed John King, a popular yonng man of Morcland, and son of Hon. It. B. King, had a miraculous escape from Instant death or serious Injury when tils buggy was struck by a freight train at the Q. & C. railroad crossing near More-lan- d one night this week. The horse he was driving was Instantly killed and his buggy smashed to splinters, but In somo mysterious way Mr. King was thrown upward and alighted on top of the engine cab. He rolled off tho cab and landed safely on the side of the roadway. Mr. King did not see the train ap proaching, for on account of the chilly weather he bad hoisted the top of his buggy. He had heard the fast (Southbound midnight passenger go by sometime before reaching the crossing, and was unaware- - that a freight train was following so close behind. Just as he drove on the crossing ho heard the shrill whistle of the engine as it turned thecurve. Mr. King was so shocked that he was motionless, realizing as he did, that the train was almost upon him. Before he could regain 'himself, his vehicle was struck by the engine, going 40 or GO miles an hour. Mr. King was unhurt. No bones were broken and he received no scratches, but nays ho feels like every muscle in his body had been violently exercised in tho brief period of 30 seconds. He says the most sensational feature of the whole affair came when he shot up over the severe smokestack and encountered neat and cinders. Dorscy MM, 1 Interesting Exercises At Graded SchoolLive News Letter From The Bast End. Crun OuciiAtu), June 2 Tho commencement exorcises of the graded school wcro successful In every particular and reflect much credit on the pupils and teachers, Thero wcro some pieces which deserve special mention. Tho duot by lllrdlo Perkins and Shelby Gover pleased tho audience required Llttlo them to respond to an encore Arethusa McCarley recited "My Dead Doll" In a most touching manner. "Tho Sunflower March" by the boys in carried out pcfectly. Mary Utile? gave in pantomime tho poem "Seven Times One," In a sweet and Siarmlng manner. In fact we doubt If could have been improved upon one of mature years. The motion song, "Little Mothers," by ten little girls, was exceedingly good. The duet, "Peter-kin- s and Polly," sung by little Sam Perkins and Nellie Coram in their child-Uk- o way, was very sweet. "Too Much of a Good Thing," which waa played by the older pupils. Impressed all with the thought that each one possessed talent. The entire program was carried out in a very successful manner and exceedingly interesting. The orchestra furnished somo sweet and appropriate music. Prof. Wilson who has had charge of tho school, left to spend his vacation with his mother at Cynthlsna. Miss italic Hocker, one of his assistants, received a telegram just at the clone of the exercises calling hrr home on of the serious illness of her mother. Mrs. Dan Kimbrough, of Cynthlana, aifcl Mrs. George Martin, of May wood, are visiting Judge Collier and family. Urs. Collier has been his to the Crab Orchard Sanitarium for treat.nent. We hp to see her restored to health in a short time. Judgo James P. llallcyand Mrs. Ed Peyton came up to attend the school exercises and were guests of Samuel Carroll Halley and family. Lackey, of Harrodsburg, is also their ac-uu- nt 12012. ROSTAND'S wonderful "Chantecler" is the dramatic sensation In it Rostand proves himself to be one of the greatest dramatists of all times. "Chantecler" is not only the greatest play of the century, it is the one great play of the "Chantecler" EDMpND last hundred years. It is an exquisite story, palpitating with human sympathy and interest. It warms the blood stirs the emotions arouses every commendable sentiment. "Chantecler" sparkles with wit counsels with wise philosoentertains with fascinating phy idiom while the tones of the hour bell of today, and today's problems, are heard through the medium of " Chantcclcr's " dcliciously slang. No language contains sufficient superlatives to describe it. Only reading and study will enable you to appreciate it. It has aroused all France London has gone mad over it. up-to-da- te Full Brother to Entello No. '21. Sired by Zilcadi UnMdiist, GoldihiKt lM, by Vermont Mwgsn mid on to Jmtin Morgan. The 4m of Zilcndi Golddust was by Arabian efnllinn Zilcadi. The dua iV Dorscy GoliMtiet is Florence by ff-de-n Mingo Chief, a ton of f Jail Vm ct Morgan. Note Thif is an intensely mlntd Morgan (tuition, the blood now k A mand. A rich dappled bay, A Uric point h, 10 hands high, 1200 xicf stallion of grent beauty aud cSk. with speed and endurance and tat.i-ocllas n producer nf liu-show, road and Eastern horn. Tie. records of his produce both in iibwr andsalc rings ebon bis valiv. d merit as a producer of fine rosd, WUv and said horses. A look at wrr. m& colts will In convincing. Will make tbo prewnt fcaton farm 2 2 mile6 from Stanford, gy, to approved marcH at $15 toinsnre livinz colt. Mares kent nt 10 c. tnr- The beet of attention given but ae responsibility for accident or eecaic E. RK1D. Ip. ed b altj Sequel, No. 2512. ille The Only English Translation Rostand has chosen Hami-ton's Magazink as the medium through which to present "Chanteckr" to the world. The publication will be in four instalments, one act to each instalment, beginning in the June number. The translator is the same who hc!ted to make "Cyrano de Hergerac " so fascinating to American booklovcrs, We nave made special arrangements with the publishers of HAMPTON'S by which oui readerVmay get "Chantecler" and the many other fine features published in HAMPTON'S in cuiuicciion wiwi our own paper, practically wunoui cost. 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The miblishcrs of f ampton's advise us that the IcflianuV for "Chantecler is tremendous. We therefore advise you to order on the attached coupon now. The only sure way of gettingf all of " Chantecler is to send today. 1 Special Offer to Readers of This Paper arrangement with Hampton's By special S1.0J m.521I I CINCINNATI AND RETURN m touches himself anywhere and is a very high going on all 'round, lie has won 16 blue ties in show nx&, never defeated. Come and see &fc grand colt, he is worth going lailrs to see. Sound. This horse make the season at Hustonville at $l-'to insure living colt. 50 Dock Grey Slietlaud pony, 3R Inches tall, o ed bv Hutrh Held Foster, will ! the season at to Insuro a lUtup i!U. He Is by an Imported pony that wi u-- ie, The Interior Journal for one year Hampton's Magazine with "Chan tecler," etc. regular subscription a year. Regular price $2.50 Clip This Coupon Now. Interior Journal, Stanford, Ky., Enclosed $1.90 for which send the Interior Journal for one year and Hampton's Magazine for twelve months, in accordance with your special offer. Good for rencwels or new subscriptions. Name Address. IH I IBSwl I1 I SUNDAY I I .JUXtt nth II SPECIAL TRAIN Ly. Junction AIK TICKET 81,000 In Jvs the Shetland Island regarded by horsemen as the pony In Kentjcky, defeating aUitn-er- s In the show ring in 1!K)3. Llco i on all colts until -paid. Mares paited with or brcil whero forfeits Insurance and due. Will made the senooeafc JOHN B. FOSTrHl, my farm. Stanford, V. $10 to insure ": ckohj-becomes BanksOn Sure Thing How- - an) Margaret Pettus, of Stanford, hale been recent guests of M rs. r . r . Both For Only $1.90 Fill out the coupon and mail it Cutnmins. John Anderson is spending the week with friends in Preuchersviile. Miss Hlfrlah Davis, of Maywood, is visiting ft jnd here. Mrs. Milton Condor is v) y ill. S C. Chase, v ll I P at lity 5:5 b A. M. once. doinij well. Three operations tired to tho Waters cemetery, where have been performed on her Bide, the decoration services were conducted which waB so uad y bruised. She don't want Judire Bell's remains brought to by Kuvs. Huey and Davidson. Hev Coker will fill his appointment Kentucky until she U able to come Harrodsburg Republican. at the Haiuut church Suturday und 7,migi'frMJBWPfMBWUKCM Sunday. A number of our people attended the Sunday-schoUnion at Eubanks Sun day. Several Interesting speakers were present and it was altogether un interesting occasion. Hev. Haggard and others attended the quarterly meeting at INrlor drove M. E. Church Sunday. A most excellent sermon was preached by Itev. tt Hunt, presiding elder. There's a Difference 1 Newton Swoency, son of Howard If our Walls ire ArtUilcally Sweeney, died in Cincinnati, of pneuDrcoratcd monia and the remains wero brought the HOUSE becomes here for burial. Much sympathy is felt a HOME and for tho bereaved family, Edmund Murphy, who has been dangerously ill, is, convalescing. Mrs. Ellas Harmon Is suffering with Novit and rxqultlie rheumatism. Mrs. Wm. Alford is able CoUrtttou ol to be out, after a briof illness. G.'W. Ellison, formerly of Llttlo Rock, Ark., now of this place, is t n exto erect a 10x30 soft drink stand Will yoik Hie dune pense much more modHJte linn here. J. W. 1'adgett is improving his can be secured elM'licre. residence Frank Porter, of San Francisco. Cal , A xul card wilt brina the Simafterspending a few pleasant weeks at slBQ ple llooktlo your reideme wht e .tvaniltiulin,, fill. hi. tlUUltf it VOUf rani this place, has returned home. His mar'llciiuto without tho l!vliUtotU ny friends regret his departure. Jno. tHIm I U'atloil to putclMXJ. wHIImI Dyo and pretty daughter, Miss Luella, JAMES MUNDY, Painter have been visiting hero. R J, Hogue I "lid raperhanger, Stanford, 7" was tho guest of his brother, Joseph is not AGENT TOR PARTICULARS representing the Insurance Co , of At- la, Ga., has rented cottages ut Drip- - Popular Young Couple Married at g Springs and will movo his family luibanks Pleasant Point ru for the summer. News. ''ho prayer meeting at the llaptist Singleton-Brow- n. r rSave $75! "I'll never be without Dr. KahtV New Life Pills acain." writes A Ssfe'- ageek. 0 Elm street, Buffalo, K T. "They cured me of chronic consti)oiaa when all all others' failed " iW qualed for Billiousness, Jaundroc, Headache. Chills, MSart 25c at G I.. i and Debility. ' Drug Store. Vu' BY ONE PURCHASING OF OUR irt .resting. Wm. C. Drown, of this place, and joIio lovely music by Mrs. Ratio Scott Miss Kthelyn Singleton, of Waynes-burl Mr. Peters. The latter also sang wero united in the holy bonds We lo which was very impressive. of matrimony at Eubanks Sunday, Itev. hut a this may not bo tho last time they Til ford officiating. The wedding took I favor us. place at the home of Mr. D Baxter, t tho close of the Christian hndcav- cousin of tho bridegroom. The brldo iieetjnir Sundav ovenini?. Prof. Wil- attired in a A who has been president of tho so- - was handsomely gown, richly beautiful white messaline trimmed cifVy sirtco its organization, resigned, nA'h to the regret of all the members. In Valenciennes, which was most becoming Shu is the accomplished daughowing officers wero elected for Tl ter of Mrs. B A. Singleton. The groom a I'rm of six months: Woodford Pc- is the son of J. T. Brown, and a fine i, president; Wnlluco Gover, vice young man. Those present wcro Missuident; Mrs. Hannah Steger, secre- - es Maud and Hlrd Drown, sisters of the and treasurer. groom, Esther Murphy, Circn wiursuay evening was unusuany with Wo were favored Pleasant Point, Juno 2 4 illf'1! COMPANY'S FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for onlySJS. The regular price is Jioo. Those who bring or nuil this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling si whero they saw it will bo able to have one reserved at the low rate J J25. Books and stationery are included. No time limit. Ifnotrcjilj now, buy one for future use. ffiftfc HENRY BOSCH Kick Killed Mule. M re Kills Very Valuable Animal Eva.Gooch and Nettle Johnson, of Kings Mountain, Messrs. Wallace Swcchoy, Victor Gilll land, I'rul Reynolds, Arthur Nickleby and Lyman Snow. pro-pari- WALLPAPERS Immediately after the ceremony the For Assessor Pcpples. list how powerfully a horso can kick clearly demonstrated at tho farm ohn C. Pcpples, the popular county esor, at his farm on tho Hush nch plko. Mr. Pepples had a fine o kicked in tho side by a mare, and mule died within a couple of hours. hoof maro planted her rely on tho mule's ribs and it was er. As Mr. Pepples valued tho at $280, he feels the loss keenly. iron-shod bride and groom boarded the train for Dry Ridge, whero they will mako their future home. Tho groom holds a jwsl tion as signal inspector on the Q & C Their friends and relatives here wish them much happiness and lung, pros perous lives. On account of the Inclement weather farming has been delayed somewhat, lloguo. but farmers are iulto busy at the present timo. Mrs. Bell Not Doing Well. Decoration day services wero held at Daptist church from 9:30 to 12:30. the Mrs. W. Con Bell writes to her In the afternoon the congregation re friend, Mrs. James Spilman, that she lslSTZsL4L-- IUcINCHWI AfOt V - ." m lf.ww",1B J R - g ckmit Second and Walnut Streets. ?auw f '" "w BUSINESS COIiLEGK. lcoaroTai LOUISVILLE. KY. $ f fAQE EIQHT. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KT. -TIIK - .TUNE, 3rd 1910 Chas. Wheeler Emporium, Here's What a Leading Lincoln Farmer Says Hustonville, Ky. Of the Brown Fence: vRED BOXz All holding keys: Will be ready for you to open the box and take the money; for you hold the keys. Remember the date June 9th. This will be our special sale day. Come early to avoid the "I havt usid the Brown Ftnci for four ytars and say unhesitatingly that whin put up right, it is the best all 'round fence for a farmer I have H. Baughman. ever seen,"--Jame- s See me lor furllior details. We Have The Most " ml I r i 'fB 111 Up To Date Line I ill' t aaH .' Lt if? aHHI ' of Pants in. Town. H II rush. CHAS. WHEELER. it 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 lit 0 0 0 0 0 ; O00OO 0 0 O 0 000 00 000000 The Winning Feature of The QB 0 00000 - 0 OVERLAND CAR Is Its Simplicity H. C. CARPENTER, Agt., Wn hnvn rnr flntn n MrtYlrmnrlr him! er that has only been used to cut 40 acres of wheat and is in tine shnpe. A bargain. Pence iiros., Stanford, Left my farm Thursday night, May, 2G, a deep bay marc. Has big star in forehead and one white foot behind. la 16 hands high and was recently blistered for fistula. Will pay v. liberally for her return to me. James P Rogers, Crab Orchard. For Sale. Sow and pigs. J. T. Bingaman. J. M. Elder purchased the farm of II. miles M. Herndon, three and one-nasouth of Danville for$16,C00 Dr. C. A. Cox bought of Jack lloaz-le... $115 and a nice V Baughman mare for for $11)5 from J. II. a horse A T. Nunnclley bought of W. W Warren a harness mare at a fancy fig! -. ure, but private. At the public sale of J S and B M Britton near Salvisa, NWcer county, last week, horses, three Year old, brought from $U0 to $163, and a driving mare $233 Jersey cattle brought good prices; calves, $20 to $10; heifers $35 ts $50; milk cows $50 to $65. Sheep brought $6 and bogs from $15 to $30. A lot of corn in the crib was bought for 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Stanford, Ky. FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. At Lincoln Bank PUBLIC SALE On Monday, June 13th, 1910, county court day. I shall as agent of the heirs of Maria Baughman, deceased, oiler for sale at public outcry, in front of the court house door in Stanford, Ky., to the highest and best bidder, that house and lot situated on Water Works Street, in Stanford Kv , which was occupied by said Maria Baughman at the lime of her death, and which is bounded on the East by the old Mary Lytle property, on the West by tho house and lot of Georgia Sutton, on tho North, by the right of way of the I,. & N., on the South by Water Works Street Terms of sale, made known at the timu the property is offered for sale K S. ALCORN, Agent Vim I serges, nothing but style. Come and let us show them to you. in all shades, grey, browns, white flan- nel, greens and blue Anyone Can Learn to Run it For it Operates on Only three Gears. JW4 t !!'s t!,,,cAul forra."thc a"y G,.rf1 or as Woman can Easily as a Man. Just Let us Prove this to You four-year-o- SAM ROBINSON, Xext DMir to Lincoln County National Hank, 0 STANFORD. KY. agents. Danville, Ky. C.P.Cecil, Walter Dunn Phone us For Free Demonstration. c Vit 0 0 if w W y jr ( --s. ur-iu-JLA- ir, w 0 ... 0 0 0 .- Ends Winter's Trouble. To many, winter U n season of trouble. The froit-bittetoes and fingers, chapped hands and lips, chilblains, cold sores, red and rough skins, provo this. But such troubles y before Bucklen's Arnica Salve. A trial convinces. The greatest healer of Burns, Boils, Piles, Cuts, Sores, Eczema and Sprains Only 25c at Penny's Drug Store, u 11 Well made Mens' and Boys' STYLISH J clothing. Prices within reach of all. vn Vit ... iC Tut .. ;! rti::.ft.-- a 00000 0 00 0 0 00000 Cbc Cincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. 1 !. CAPITAL ' SURPLUS RESOURCES S: H. SHANKS. PRESIDENT: $ 50,000.00 $ 50,000.00 $340,000.00 W. M. $3 80. Of Course He's From Stanford. ! ess-like J. B. PAXTON, BRIGHT. CASHIER, .1. W. RDPHFRTPR 4Q!T fAQ H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER HAYS FOSn R, CLERK. DIREOTORSi W. O Walker, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stauford; Geo. V. Carter.Stanford Ji.hu U. Foster, Stanford; V. H. Shanka, Stanford; T. C. Kan-kiLancater; J. I). Paxton, Stanford; V. H. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. II. Cummins, Preachersville; Lilburn Gooch, Gilberts Creek. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. OFFICERS. . S. Hocker, President;. S. T. Harris, John J. McRoberts, Cashier; II. C.IBaughman, Asst. Casb'r W.W.Saunders, Bookkeeper. t: DIRECTORS. F. Reid, J. H. Baugbman. M D. Elmore, J. M. Petruj, H. C. Baughman, . F. Cummins, S. T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, E. C. Walton, . S. Hocker. W. H. Murphy. v. The G. W. Christy good mule jack, 15 handi hyfi with good weight and bone. Sfd by Caldwell's Old Giant, oac of the largeit jacki Kentucky afordi, and it out o( one oi Caldwell's premium )rnneti. Big Jim hu proven hontell a fine mule jack. Lien retained on colu till leaton money (which it $8 to iiuure a living) m paid. Due care to prevent accident! but not letpoiuible thould any occur. Will ttand at Nerin Carter' place. J. N.CASH and NEVIN CARTER. Turnjerirille, Ky. One of the sprightliest and most businyoung clerks ever seen in the town is represented in the person of I will offer at Having sold my farm, Joe Mack Newland, of Stanpublic sale on the premises, He is a brother-in-laford of Marvin If yon have niiythmj; to stll II Adams, and is employed by Mahsn & UNE I5th, 1910. WEDNESDAY, He is ail ever the stnre in a Adams. u in me nkapHn-nnaat 2 p. m . all of my personal property few seconds and takes and fills any . . it-VvJWconsisting of one brooJ mare 7 years order like a clerk who has bad years of old, one nice 2 year old horse, 5 milk LINE experience. Danvlllo Advocate. G yearling heifers, cows and calves, 2 yearling steers, good ones, one sow Take to Dogs After Sheep Again. shoats, 5 and 9 pigs, 11 hogs, 50 barrels of corn, stack Nunneliey's New Stock Yards Sheep-killindogs are busy in the of timothy hay, farming implements, He lmyfond sel every tUy in the household and kitchen furniture and West End now. Mr. It. L. Uerry. near other things too numerous to mention Hustonville, caught three dogs among J car except Sunday. IJring on -Terms cash. MARY S. JOHNSON, his sheep this week. He got as close .rcrim.lKiin , possible and fired. One dog dropped as tho btate mth plenty of I. S. Tevis, Agt. Near Milledgeville. dead to the ground and the other two ran. However, he succeeded in killing cod anil water IwbI covered pcn, otitiiilu of Ljuiavillc or Lexington." one of them. The third cur got away. An ewe was killed by the dogs and a STANFORD, KY. Wenlso do a general hitch and feed buiiuaw. large number of his flock of CO were J. N. Gaah and Nnin Cartel will rfand tl badly frightened. E. C. WALTON, MVm. L. K. IIIIGHKS.S. AT W. 1 .. M'CAUTY.IW PUBLIC SALE m L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky, 3 8 j -- STOCK - WHOiiEBr9aKaaW g ."WW!"", - J" "v. Big Jim. Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford, KentucKy. Farms and Town Sold. .Y I'rocrtr Hnmllcl nn CommMion. Stocks and Honda If you Have Projierty to Sell or Kent Notify U. Write for Circular to RAILR0RD SHOWS Will Exhibit L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky. are put in by us when we equip your with new open plumbing. Our bathrooms arc things of beauty when we have put in open plumbing, with nickel plated pipes and. fixtures, besides. We do it at a reasonable cost. It not only means comfort, but health. bath-room at Stanford on Friday and Saturday Nights, June 3rd and 4th. Don't fail to hear the celebrated lady concert band on your main streets at noon. Doors opec at 7 P. M., performance Fine Porcelain Bath Tubs Inturti Tsbacoo and Tobice larns. Nothing But Insurance. J. C. McCIary, Jesse a D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, STANFORD, KY. lletldencti l'lion M; omce, U. Insure with mo and bp fully Madam Stickney's troupe of performing kogs at June lrdandlth. - begins at 8 P. M., show grouuds Carson's lot on Lancaster Street. Lightness With Strength Don't Fail To See h 16 - In Number is a feature of our oad harness. Stanford, Ky. There is not nn ounce of unneces Phone 88. sary weight, but it'is made so honestly and strongly that it will stand In Re Buna Vista Compton on Application for Pardon. Christy's show any strain. If your horse had the say lie would choose one of these Notice u hereby given that Duna Viita Compton now terving a life tentence in the Slate sets. Why not act on that assump- tiary at Frankfort. Ky., under a charge ofpenitenhouie breaking having been convicted in the Lincoln tion? third day Court will on J. C. MoCLARY. Stanford, Ky. Circuitmake application the the governor of ofJune, 1910 the to W. K. WARNER, 1 protected. rh pfvw i '? rrr, irjfTtyT 9 1 V V M - O. CARTER, B. New Llverv. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Depot Street, Phone 06, Undertaker and Embalmer STANFORD, craw. PhonOeT. KY- - Iloru. ftion. . - 16 Never Mind your insurance policy will build you! as soon as our ap praiser nns made his report n prompt one you receive a check to cover the dumnUe in accordance with the terms of your policy. We know of no better reason for In- surint house and personal effects irj the companies we represent. Oud 'phone is 200 u new one. MIL FAUMKIt: Make your home us modern for your family us a city residence, ami place yourself in a itosition to get the latest market quotations it any time. This can be accomplished by meausof out telephone service, hich you and your neighbors can get for a sum that U small compared with ahe benefits received. Call or u Idreus our nearet oflico or write direct to headquarters, Fm'n.de, Teun., for information regarding our ejecial "Far-men- .' Lino" rate. If you are not ut present enjoying telephone service, wo cau immediately interest you. Our line cover the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and the Southern twrtiou of Indiana and Uliuoia. EAST TENNESSKF. TEL. A TEL. CO. (INromOKTKU! RURAL TELEPHONES. 200,000 Feet of Lumber At The Right Prices. I commonwealth to pardon laid Compton and release him from custody. Thit the 20th day ol May 1910. 25-4 W.V.WILKINSON hove UOO.OOO feet of lumber suitable for tobacco burns and other building purposes at reasonable prices. Call on me or write me for prices and tell me what you wunt, and I can suit you. WALKER OWENS. Pongo, Ky, Shipping Point Mt. Vernon I Barn Lumber For Sale! 120.000 feet of Boxing. Sheeting and Frame Lumber for Hani which I will sell for cash or trade for Corn, Hay or good Horses and Mules. Prices on this very reasonable, for I want to sell. Write me at once. Respectfully, Put-tern- s, C. J. Sii'i'Lc London, Ky. ixJl Pennington, Stanford, Ky., Phone 2O0J & Fish