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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): June 7, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 int1910060701_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): June 7, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. VOL XXXVH SCHOOL TAX NOT A SPECIAL The Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JUNE 7. 1910. NO. 29 Methodist Meetings. FUND, DC- - GRAB ORCHARD HOTEL BURNED DOWN OFFICERS AND Woman's Club MEETING TOMORROW A GAME ROOSTER A COOP MOTHER. "UNCLE DINK" FARMER HAS A BIRD POSSESSED OF UNUS- ' UAL QUALITIES. WOMEN CALLED TO MEET NEXT flUNDAY AFTERNOON he regular molU.'lly meeting ol tin' Woman's liotiie .M lesion Horlety ol tho Htnnrord M. I., church Month will l)i held with Mrs. II Huploy nt a o'clo"k I'rldny afternoon June It) On Himday afternoon, June 12, .it .: ii clock, a mass meeting Is eniled to hear Iho reports from the delegates to thu imminl meeting .it f)tithlnnn and to tho mutual meeting nt Mchnlasvl'lo covering both the Woman h Home nnu Foreign Societies or Kentucky I UlnLUUftd LLLULU to hold regular monthly Tho Stnnrord Improvement Club will hold Us regular monthly meet' Ing at the Methodist church Wednes-dantternoon at 'i Ju o'clock, June We cordially invite the women 8th ol Stnnronl nnd community to be come members. A report or the meet-lunt Frankfort will bo given by the President, Mrs. J. J. Dickey .Much Important business will bo beiorc the club nnd wo trust that every mom-bwill bo present Mrs P. M. McKoberts, Secy HOLDS JUDGE SAUFLr.Y IN CIDINO AGAINST FORMER SHERIFF COURT NEWS DEFFCTIVE FLUE CAUSES DISAS. AT FIRST MEETING OF STOCKTROJS BLAZE AT LOCIAN HO. HOLDERS OF NEW BANK. TEL OTHER NEWS. pROSPECTt HRIOHT. y lllble und 'I raining School, will ing n nice business. nlfo bo nu the progrnm 'J ho tneetiiig 'Hie tiro depttttment boys r.ll l.o held at the Methodist charch, out well In nn effort to save thoturned bdild-luMrs. I H. fnlemiiu, Stc v hut nothing could be done. The lecture on the White Hague by Dt I U C.irpnter, or Stanton!, wns Colored School. will attended Sunday afternoon. It wns interesting nnd very Instructive. It might be well tor us all to follow WILL HOLD COMMENCEMENT EX. tl.e ndvlce ho gave. ERCISES FRIDAY NIGHT Dr W M Doores, or Stanford, hns been the guest or Mr and Mm. J K Thero are lour graduate or tho llulditiu HUnrord colored school this )enr and An offer luiHteon tnndc by thice ilntH colors pink nnd white genet mis brothers not citizens or our errlHPB will be held at tho opera house to All, howuver, but felln much interr'rlilnx ulelit, June 10 I'rot Htepp est lu It- - to the Indies or the Chrisha done a good work with tho pupils Society that the lumt ti'im and the exercues will tian Aidmuch mono) ns Ir they will rnliM as they possibly uo very (redltntile to him and tils lis ment. can In order to purchase u carpet tor ' HlstnntH tholr rhunti, they wll donate an. Tho Crnli Orchnrd Hanking ( om lliindsnmt invitations hive been imnjr wns given Judgment lor fKH) lv thf oenlor elnHit I lie tour eminl d nmont This has grentlv puttho Indies and ngnmst A C Dunn hut ho miirh of ur.iduntos nro .Maud i: Dlckerson, ting forth ever) effort to carptt their Adnms nnd an nppllvd to .Motile Kale I. Salter, Cora Judgment tho ns soon (eorge t'enuingtou the class motto church Logan ns poslblo Mr carried IJ.JOU insurance Campbell wns Mt .ihlde for turtl.er Is "Onward and I pward and the In the Clenns HVIIs ind llunover, rei- proinvillnRM. ilnsH ctMirs pink and white by Kish A: Pennington, of resented milt to svttl The long drawn-ou- t Stanford Let fish A. Pennington the J It. Nnpler mio, was linail) call beroro the lire department. Affects Stanford;' settled niter having passed through Protect )our property by Insuring several courts. 'I he will ot .V.r. N.ipli r APPELLATE COURT SAYS 5TH with Jesse D Wenren, tho Insurance M act aside nnd tho ostalo win tie diMan CLASS TOWNS CAN CLOSE vided up nmunc the helm nt law. The UP STREETS estate In allied nt several thousand g us-nthey-lntond 1 Considerable business has liven tranmctcil at this torn ot the Or. mi rnutt, nt which mil) equity eases hnvo lioon heard owing to the non completion or th now court house Judge S.mtlpy hnnded down an Important ilnclslon In tho cniiu or the Count) Jlonrd or Kducntlon nyilnst ' .1 Hill, Sheriff, In which ho hold that tho county school tax, levied under the nrt ol Mnrch St. l'JOS must bo collected by the Sheriff iir ire Iho ftcncrnl county funds, nnd that thU tax la net a speelnl runil, 'Iho court holds the sheriff Is only allowed Iil8 4 wr cent reo lor collecting thin tax nml not u npocl.il rio or 1U per rent 'Iho judgment helds th.it the fount Hotril Is entitled to recover ot Mr. Mill tliti Hum ot jti5.64 com- miwdon ho claimed for collecting tlu school, tax Attnrno)s for ilr Mill wero granted no appeal to the Court Judg ot Appeal rrom this court f c .Mlm Myrllo Marker, trom the Hear-rlt- t, frill) OfthatU, Juno 7 The l.ognn Hotel, located nenr tlif depot here, was almost totally destroyed hy fire yesterday, tho blnre cntchlng from n derectlvo Hue ery llttlo or the furniture was saved and tho hotel wns practically a total Ions. It Is understood thnt It was well Insured with I'lsh A: Pennington, or Stinrord 'I he hotel had recently been refitted and refurnished und wus do- dollars. Judge Saudi y liming lieen interest- el in the cute lieloro Iph election to . S. llurch r the b'mih, ttorney nxrecti on as social judge to nit tn ot Maggie Owsley ugnlust tho oa .Mary A U all.icc and others, (he mitt being to settle title to .Mru. Wallace liropert) next to the railroad on avenue. There wan a Urge divorce docket at Dun coiitt, those, granted so tar beiu,? i!co. I.eo Irom Susie Leo; Newton Jnuel from Lacy 1'. Jones; Mack trom (Initio I. Penman and Kd nu Hiriien trom John llarncs Dan-vlllI'en-inan The Court ol Appeals alllrmud the jtidgiiHUt ol the Italian! circuit ct.urt In tho cane or tho Commonwealth ngnlnst the Illinois Coslrnl Kntlrond Company 'll.e court holds thnt clttos r of tho lllth clns have the power the general auOiorlly or the law tn open and close streets nr.d nlleyj, although such power Is not speclllcal tv given III the charter ot llltl The rail road had been clnss towns a street Indicted for obstructing crossing with Its roadbed, but plead d that tho city council oj WIcklltTe had granted av ordlnnnce tho right to construct the roadbed un-do- O C 'jocli, K. U. Heekly. Wm. Kogcr. M. F. Luwrencj, Heck. O i; I'nulkncr, K. L. Collier, L S. . O. O. Perry, J. Si'iidusky. MRS. EMMETT TRAYLOR HURLED Hutchison, Dr. L. .McCarty, W. 11. FROM BUGGY AND INJURED O P. Logan. L. It Hughes, Florence, J S. ltlce. W. S. Denhim, A horse hitched to a hugg) on LogII. D. Carter, W. S. Fish, M A Johnan avenue became frightened nt n son, J W. Ireland, W. H. Fields. nway It dashed down trnin mid ran .Negotiations are on for the lease l.onan nnd then eat on Main .Mrs. ot In tho Trnylor nnd her two lit- Fellows' vacant storeroommanythe Odd Kinmett believe building, vvhkh were driving home, when tle rhldrrn ror the new bank. the runaway smashed tull Into their n splendid location vehicle This started Mrs frnjlors horse to running nnd ho a as thrown Girl Crap Shooter out and badly shaken up. but tno chilIhe runaway dren wero not hurt. buggy wns smashed to splinters. It PLAY-INLAST could not be learned to whom It be- AMONG IN DEEPFINED FOR WELL WOODS longed. 'GAME T. H. William a contracting carpenter or Danville, had a narrow escape irom death Monday night while returning home niter n visit to relatives in Anderson cunty. As he started ncros the Sounthcrn tracks at his horse started up the railroad In the darkness, Instead or keeping to tho pike On nccount or the darkness VI linm did not notice the horse's cou.-suntil the dazzling headlight or the late passenger trail warned him or his pr'dlrament. Ho attempted to drive his horse out or the way of the oncoming train vhen he discovered ns follows that he was at the end or tho long President W. L. .McCarty. trestle on the road In that viVlco Presidents O. L. Penny, .1 S. cinity Hefore he could get out of his Itlce, .1 D.Kads buggy, the train struck him, nnd he I. W Hutchison Cashier horse nnd buggy were thrown headAttorne) (feorge D. Florence. long Into tho shat'ow creek below. Dire tors Dr. Proctor, V. P. Mr. William was badly shaken up and II II. Sautl y, M. H. Uenzloy, H. his huiso was bady hurt but the buggy ( Anderson. M C. Saulley, it. K. iv us smashed to kindling. William Thompson, I' V Martin, tleorge . sn.vs that he was drowsy and on nc Hale, .1 T Kobcrts, Dr. M M. Phillips. count of the darkness did not realize J. D. Kails, Dan Traylor, W. P. Wat where his horse was taking him kins, O 1, Penny, K. C. Unrninn, J II. Jackson, 'I D. llnmmonds, J. H. Hry-aSal-visKin-cal- enthusiastic meeting o, thd stockholders or Stnnrord s new bank, the Stnte Hank and trust Company, wns held In the Odd Fellows building Afondny ntternoon when officers and directors lor the first jenr were chosen It wns decided to begin business .ilout the Sid or September. Various commutes were appointed to arrange details lor the ne,w institution's opening, such ns building, rurniture, etc This wns tho first meeting or the stockholders and ever) ono present greatly encourage I over lite prospects for the now Institution and nppreclitlvc or the hearty reception It Is meeting wltn on all sides. Ihe oillcers chosen are among the best known citizens or this nnd ad Joining counties, while tho directorate Is regarded ns a particularly strong one, being composed ot conservative) and substantial business and profes slonal men nnd fanners. A rail wns Issued lor ten per cent or the amount or stock subscribed, nnd Pror J W. Ireliml was appointed nro tern trcnFiirer ror the payment ot this nmoimt. The complete list ot oiflcrs nnd di rectors elected by the stockholders Is An g T Narrow Escape. FOR DANVILLE CARPENTER WHO WAS STRUCK BY TRAIN Home Talent Play. Hurt In Runaway. Dud-dera- TO BE GIVEN AT CRAB ORCHARD FOR CHRISTIAN CHURCH The )oung people or tho Crab Orchard Christian church will give n home talent play tor tho benefit ol tho church on I'hursdny, June Uth The play Is entitled "Tho Face at the Window, ' nnd Is a tragedy and quite sensational It will be given at the Haptlst church. Admission 15 nnd Zz cents The cast ol characters l as tallows' Campaign For Pool WILL BE STARTED IN COUNTIES SOUTH OF RIVER Buried Treasure DUG UP IN DIX RIVER BY BOYLE Fitfth Birthday CELEBRATED TRIBBLE YOUNG MISS WITH PARTY BY COUNTY MAN. ; The pool or thn Hurley Tobacco Ho v'lety. wnlch hns practically had no strength south or tho Kentucky river, will be started In lloyle, Lincoln, Car-raiand other big tobacco producing counties this HeiiHon, It tho organizers for the society nro nblo to make any hcadwny with their movement. Charles Sullivan, or Woodtord, one ot tho ladlng mcmbeis or tho stair or tho Hurley Society, was In Danville n last week nnd wilt prosecute tho nmong those counties with Danville as hendqunrters, tor several weeks. Tho Advocate says thnt he . W White ne'd n conlTtnce with the county chalrmnn tor llo)le, nnd or the local several other members lo.ird nt tho Cilchcr House Plans lor a complete organization or that conn tv were discussed. A'oik will begin nt oni'o. Kvery larmer will bo requested to join tho pool and nil honorable incnns will bo devoted to enlarging Tno warehousii at tho organization completed Mltchollsburg has been nnd It Is said that prospects nro good nt Danville tor another warchouso It Is oxpected that Lincoln county will he Invaded next, lor tho llurlc) Society ottlclnls nrguo that unless nit tho tobacco prmlucing counties Join tho pool, It Is but a question of time until tho price ot tobacco will bo so low It wont bo worth producing d cam-jalg- A PLEASANT OCCASION. Miss Kllen ONenl Scott entortnln-eon Wednesday evening u number or nor friends In celebration ot her twentieth birthday Home lirty or six- ty gusts woro present nnd It was uti occasion that will not soon b Tho house was beautirully decorated with pink and white. Tho table was n thing ot beauty. In tho renter was n largo cake, on which burned twenty tiny candles Mlts Scott received ninny presents nnd was warmly congratulated tor giving her friends sucn A Friend. tin enjoyable occasion. hand-Mim- o SAYS A IT IS BLACKMAIL. well known young man ot tho bond Weft l.'nd was placed under $500 on a In the count) court last week bad charge. He makes strong denlnl ot the chnrgo, however, and declares that the whole thing Is nu attempt at lilnckmnll. and thnt ho will piovo It nt the proper time. me, or "It saved tho lire .., It cured Miilil ... ......, nro thu L'XIirt'HSlollS )OU, III ll'J u tiear ovcry day about Chamberlain folic t holern nnd Diarrhoea Itcmcdy This Is true tho world over whero this nlunblo remedy hus been introduced In uso lor o other medlclno or bowel complaints has received such BeH"l approval, 'the secret tho success or fhnmborlaln's Lollc. Is fholcrn nnd Dlnrrhooa llemedy that It cures. Bold by U. L. I'enny .. dlnr-Hioe- ii Th new People's State Hank at Oravel Switch opened lor business on Dinner was served on last Saturday HIGH HONOR FOR DR. ELKIN. tho ground and several speeches wero or tho community here mo much Interested In undo Cltt?ens J10.000 ns a starter. H. Klkln, deposited nbout Mm nous Hint Dr. Archto Isaacs Is cashier. James llax-te- r Fon or Col. ami Mrs. M. K Klkln, John U president, J. Q. Mussen and Matformerly ot Stnnrord, hns been appresldntes. pointed Interne ph)slclan at the Nor thew Isaacs vice wegian ueaconeas uomo iumpum m BIG CATTLE SALE. llrooklyn. Dr. Klkln recently gradMonto tn Jero S. Caldwell. Jr., sold to export uated rrom tho medical collego very ct ihi ettv. 109 head ot Atinntn uiih hli--h honors. Ho is average popular hero nnd all will bo pleased cattle tor July delivery, tho uu nileo being 7.Z& per nuuuruu. somo to know ot nis success. bunch will nv erase nt delivery i urn .nuniu nml represents one or IKE SHELBY CAPTURES BUNCH Oh tho largest deals mado In lloyle coun ty In several montns. At tho sale or Japt. J IL Wllsou in ii.o Kheibv. or tho Shelby City 16 shoats n..if.iiimrhnnil. eiicoutiterd n drovo ot Uoyle. threo cows und mule colts ?477 nnd roxes on his farm tho other nrter- biought 1240", six mules averaged JH0 n head noon. 'I her weto two old toxes unu. 11 uced nveraged llu. Farming Implelive young ones. Mr. Shelby, who U Horses Bold well ... ..viinri in cornlltng varmints, ran ments tho foxes Into their den nnd hung n ot Lincoln County inu vur- - Tho ii in receive bids Hoard 13 for luntorn nt the enttnuce on Juno nrn snld to bo SO nfmld Ot mlnla n school building light that they will stay In their holes the erection ot the tight to reject an) 10 "" Hoard reserves muiw until they starve or nil bids. Hoard meeting Juno 13 in pass n lamp to tiuony . . Mr Shelbv Invited Mr. Supt U. Singleton's olllce. ti... W. 1. tllvons und many othorti of his Chnmberialn's Cough llemedy la nelghhois nnd put u torco oi minus iu you arc uot dlgittUK out tho foxes. After a short sold on n gunrnntee th t irs utter nnd lump wr .i.. ii, ,.v overy encounteredMr, Shelby latutlebaccordingusing directions, ot u youi to direction. bottlo ed out lu up to killed tho two old ones niinsuu uuu niouoy will be reminded, it is you to try. Sold by O. L. I'enny tho dos ran dowu tho young ones. l-- v i Ldu-re.i,, ut-uizv-ztwo-thlrb- (Danville Advocate.) Mr lit org" Kelly, the blacnjmilh. who wns located lor a number ot but veirs at Hedgevllie In this county, (iar-rar- d recently moved to Alarksbury In while diving ror llsh in count), DIx river no-i- r Klngs .Mill Wednesda) nltornxin encountered n small box which he brought to tho surtace. It had been made or plnnk an Inch thkk nnd evidently had been expo.ed tor many )eais as It was altnont rot ton nnd enme to pieces with llttlo One end of tho box was entireMr Kclley carried tho box ly gone to the river bank nnd to his great surprise there were found In ono corner throe S gold pieces and throe dollat gold coins, a total or IK. Tho water where the box was tound Is 13 teet d"ep. Mr. Kclley dtveu several times to tho bottom or the river at the point wnero the box was touiiC to see It more gold could not be located 11 Is reasonably cerlnln that the box was originally tilled with coin as It was hand made nnd had boon niado very strong loi tho purpose ot holding money Thoso who saw tho box s.t) that It was washed into tho river out trom some nearby brooklet and thnt It wns bulled tn the perilous days or the civil war when residents wero nrrnld cither to keep money In bunks or lu their homes. Tho coins wero mado before the civil war, a rnct which further Indicates thnt the box was burled during the guerilla days ot 40 years ago. er-fo- Trlbble made n Llttlo Dorothy chnrmlng little hostess on Saturda) nlternoon when about torty or her little plnvmatos gathered nt her home Arto celebrate her tilth birthday. rangements had been mnde to enter-tiluvthe lawn but the showery att ernoon compelled the little ones to play their games In the house. Kvery gnme thnt could be tnought or vas played and when tho time came to go home, not one was read) to leave. It was quite a pretty sight to see them nil seated around tho blrthda) table, which was pretty with lighted rnndles nnd wreathes ot ffowers, eat Ing the dnlntv Ices, cakes and candles that were served. Tho Itttle hostess wai. beautlfutt) remembered with presents ot ever) description upon this Joous occasion A GOOD SHOW The (!. V. Christ) show played to h good crowd Monday night. Tho show Is not a threo ringed affair but It has some ver) gcd features und. seemed to please every ono who saw-ItThe work ot the Misses -r- mstrong on the Hying trapeze was especially good, being a high class vaudeville stunt. Tho pertormlng dogs made to-a hit. Tho show exhibits here again night NEW BANK OPENS unsavory reputation).' . . Short Local News. .Dr. H 11. r'n'iler Nose Johnson, who refuses to work, Try Velva s)rup You get it at Farris'. 'lhcmas Mome Tho last rtho ot the celebrated Sunday crap game In the Deep Well Henry Swartwood a detective of keys. A. P. Urackett. Wallace Cover woods nenr Crab Orchard, was beard heie last week when four more "crap Vera Stanley, w ronged but rorglvlng LoMarguerite Culton Palley. u- Wnlto bull dog. Heward J. H. shooters" who had a hand In the game were haaed beloro County Judge Hall-e- ) Mrs. Spofford, Mother or Keglnnld Anna Hronajgh nnd fined fl) and costs each upon Ir you want a pair of slippers or low their confession or guilt. Whnt was Lillian Stanhope, her nleca. Ophelia l.'iel.fy cut shoes, try the Country Store. rather unusual was that ono or the quartet wns a good looking girl, but Dinah, a domestic l.ost Crescent pin with cluster ot Mrs. Wallace 'Jover as all rmve promised to be good in baroque pearls. Return to this ottlce.. tho future, the otttcers have withheld their names tor this time. MUST HAVE THE I. J. Rooms tor rent. Apply to Mrs. L. H. The girl In the case, however, Is Cook said to huve been passing wheu the ror tho Interior Journal to Writing pnme was In progress nnd was Induc be sent to him at (Jreenvlllo, Tenn., J, boy, ed to stop and try ner iuck just tor H. Young, a former Lincoln Just what you want in a straw hat fun. She is said to have won and says' '"Ihere are a bunch or us Ken- at the Country Store. lound the sport so exciting, she kppt tucky boys, rour In number down here nn "shootlne dem bones" and hap- In tho sunny land ot the soutn. tso pupa. T. B. MontFort SALE-B- ird pened in this wny to be on hand when )ou see wo are quite anxious to hoar the game brnko up In tho shooting somo news from dear old Kentucky, gomery, Crab Orchard. . between the two negores. tho ralrest state In the 'union. WeEverything in men's shirts ct the Kcntuckians are treated with the proroundest respect i.y these courti) Country Store. To Improve Opera House. Southerners We are cnJo)lng our Cures dizzy spells, tlre'd feelings, selves down here. Wo will be lmpa tlently waiting lor your paper since stomach and liver tioubles, keeps you NEW OWNERS WILL PUT PLAY knowing the news it niwnys contains well all summer. That's what Mollis-ter'- s as I have subbcribed tor It dutlng my HOUSE IN FINE SHAPE Hocky Mountain Tea will do. college days." Try It and )ou will always buy It. 35 'Hit n3W management of th Opera cents. Tea or Tablets. Shugars and A FINE r.ECORD llou"o Is preparing- - to mnKo some Tanner, Stanrord. Improvements. The walls needed Lettle Walker McKlnney Miss will bo frescoed, extensive varnishing Spuing cleaners can secure the finest nnd painting will be done and the made n very tine record at tho term chairs numbered and overhauled gen- of school Just closed. Sho wa3 not paper in the world to go under carpets, or splendid attt ac- absent a day, never tardy and was on erally. A number mattings, etc., at the very lowest price tions will bo booked for the early rail the honor roll each month except ono, opera season and everything possib'e r.nd that time only lacked a Traction at the Intehior Journal office. Also wa' be dono to make the pla) house or reaching tho required mark which lots ot nice, clean papers for shelves, places pupils on the honor roll. Iho etc. nltractlvn to Its patrons. voung lady Is the Jlttle daughter or BUY your wife a good sharp boe to Mrs. Ue3slo Held .McKinney. DAM WASHED AWAY work the garden with, at tho Country Dawson's Dam, a noted llshlng ' Stomach distress noes in five min Store. point on Hanging Fork, has been utes. G. L. Penny guarantees away by recent rains, sa wiished line ot Deerlug machinery. J. Mr Dons, to cure indigestion or any stomach L. Full tho Danville Advocate. Ueale) & Co. who owns tho mill at that place will trouble, or money back. 50c. ooti put In u concrete dam. LOST Black plume, between StanRICHMOND RAISES LICENSE. ford and Danville, on Shelby City pike. NO FAKE, SAYS JEFF. Heward for return to this office. anJeffries has authorized the The Clt) Council ot Uichmood has nouncement that ho will give his raised the sort drink and pool room Wanted A good safe. J. C. Florsharo or the big prize tight purse to It license rrom yifiu to J5U0. It Is also ence. charity whether ho wins or loses, anyono can prove the charge attrlbut-dmade nu offense punlauablo b) heav) Large and complete lino or rockers. to (Jov. Ulllett to the effect that fine to allow minors In them. " W A. 'Irlbble . coming championship tight Is a tho Itame-up- , with tho white man selected 1 am now tho agent tor tho DIES IN FAR WEST. to wlu. Jeffries says that he will Ugh; Steam Laundry, and will bo to win on the square. compelled iu tho ruture to collect as rormerly or bundles nro delivered. J. T. Wllkersou Mrs. Uarla Henderson, POISONING SUSPECTED Mt Veruon, died In fucson, Arlzonu, meeting In the Mm. I.nitnn Moore, axed 20. wtto Sho was a daughter or M. The . A. 11. West F.ttd will bo held at tlustonvllo ot Thomas Mooro, of Mt. Sterling, Davis. Sho is survived by her hus- next Suuda) ntternoon. Dt. J. U. Cardied under peculiar circumstances. 'Indications point. It Is said to liolson-In- band, C. II. llendeison, and two small penter, ot this city, will bo one or tho She was tho daughter or Dink children. The romalns were brought principal spakers. Murphy, and Is survived by her hus- back to Kentuck) tor burial CALLANO band and a child bill Lost-Hunch y m e Dau-vlllo g Reginald Spotfora, one ot New York's by them. 400 Keuben Hronaugh, Jr. Chester La Grange alias Second Stor) Nature rakers have reported sever-n- l unusual things In the nnlmnl world recently but "Uncle Dlnl;" Farmer. Lincoln count) 's popular Jnllcr, he has n game rooster which would take a bluo in this class. II1I9 rooster hns tnkon n great rnncy to a brood ot 7 young chickens which "Uncle Dink" Is raising In the Jail )nrd, nnd works ror them Just as hard as does their own mother. He "clucks ' to them Just as ir ho were n bioody hen, nnd, nt night, Instead ot mounting n roost with the rest ot the row Is, tho game cock goes Into the coop with tho little fellows and their mother, and hovers them exactly ns tho lien does. 'Uncle Dink" hns several Helglau hares lu the yard with the chickens and occnslonall) n big buck gats alter tho )oung chickens to see tlieni run. Tho rooster rushes to their and he and tho buck rabbit have It. They go at It hammer and tongs nnd spectators have been entertained hair an hour nt a time watching the strange combit. Notwithstanding the fact thnt the t:.tme cock seems to have ail the Instincts of a mother, ho has lost none ol his pugnacious qualities ror which "I'ncle Dink's" strain ot "Farmer's Itlghts" are so Justly noted. When shown another rooster, he wilt rise in the air and nctually tly nt his antagonist, so eager Is he to get nt him. Down In Case) count), near Phil, a lien belonging to J. K. Carson has taken possession of a brood ot kittens, nnd a report rrom Hopklnsvlllu says thnt Mrs. Luther Hubbard has a big turkey gobbler which is sitting on tin; regulation number or hen eggs and Is expected to bring off a tine brood ol chickens on schedule time, 'ihe old gobbler round two turkey eggs nnd insisted on sitting on them nnd all efforts to break blm up railed Mrs. Hubbard then decided to turn his Inclination to account, so she supp'led him with the hen's eggs nnd the gobbler is now said to be doing his duty s o I h n 1 W If )ou nro not snllslled nttor using nccoidlng to directions two thirdb ot o i.ntil. ..I t'hnnilierlaln'S Stomach and Liver Tublets, you can have )odr money bnck. The tnoitis ciennso uuu invigorate tno- Stonnicu, nuiuuto iuu. digestion, regulate the bowels. Uhe them a trial and get well Sold by U L. Penny. Chnmberialn's Stomach nnd Liver Tablets will brace up tho nerves, ban-ii.uinir he.iitvche. movent desponden cy and Invlgorato tho whulo system. Sold b) O. L Penny n stlrUunllsm and lopnotlsm. Ho will preseut his celebrated blind At Somerset John Knmmcr wag rold drive, finding hidden article's tuts given 15 )ears In tho penitentiary ror utteruoon at live o'clock starting trout killing William Phelps two years ago. In tron. ot the opera house. tho Hindu wondor. Prince will iirenent ins exhibition at tho Oil- evening. 1118 Hindu oiu house this in) stories consist ot tnlnu leading, ' sue n'pj!W-- ' rAGE TWO THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KY. Narrow Escape For Mercer County Girl When Horse Ran Away. The EVBIIY Interior Journal Established TUESDAY 1 1872. vf & h -- .,. "Vt Miss Alma Cunningham, aged 10, of Publisher Salvias, Mercer county, was fatally InSH ELTON SAUFLEY jured this week by being thrown from Entered at tho Tost Ofllco at Star.-lor- a buggy by n runaway horso and dragKy., as Second Class mall. ged a distance of 100 yards. Miss Cunmakes ningham, who Is the daughter of H. The Winchester somo telling points in the following ed- Cunningham, a prominent farmer, had itorial: gone to church at Salvisa with Walter Kentucky could learn somo valuable Kennedy. After church, young Kenlessons from tho newer States, Colorado, for instance. There is but one nedy brought the vehicle around to take tax collector for each county. He col- Miss Cunningham home. He assisted lects all the taxes on the property as- her into the buggy and as he started to sessed and distributes the money to the follow, the horse sprang away, jerking respective departments. For this he the lines from his grasp and dashing gets one per cent, of tho amount collected. We pay six or seven times as down the road. much for collecting taxes in Kentucky. A large crowd from the church who In traveling through Colorado last had seen the occurrence followed hur year we were impressed by the good riedly, and a mile away found Miss roads. Upon inquiry we were informunder the unconcious ed that convicts made the roads. We Cunningham wreckage of the buggy. She had been Baw them at work on the roads, but did not know that they were convicts; thrown out and dragged fully 100 yards. they wore no stripes, and there were She remains unconcious and cannot reno guards. If they leavo they are re cover. captured and returned to prison walls. is so much The work on the outside more agreeable that we were informed Skin Diseases Readily Cured By a Simple Home Remedy by the officials that it was rare that escape was attempted. How would it do to elect practical men for the next If you are suffering from any form of Legislature to succeed tho politicians? skin or s'calp disease, would you like to get prompt relief and be permanently We were lucky to be able to issue for a paper under last Friday's date. As cured by a clean liquid preparation we stated brletty in tlwt issue, an im- external use? Mr. G. L. Penny, the portant part of our pi ess broke Just druggist, has this remedy in stock and as we were getting ready to go to wants his customers to know that it is press. It was a, very delicate part and recommended for Eczema, Wackhcads, required much labor and pains to re and other pair, but Mr. James Greer proved Pimples, Dandruff, Tetter just the man for the Job. Aided by his diseases of tho skin and scalp. Zemo capable colored assistant, clever John has made some remarkable cures, and Sneed, he worked until tho wee ema' with each purchase of Zemo. Mr. Penny hours ot Satuiday morning before he will give you a booklet on skin diseases finally got it adjusted and the press to running. Faithful helpers then en and you can diagnose vour own case abled us to get enough papers out to and bo cured in your own homo without catch what early morning ninlls we any inconvenience or loss of time from could. Many were missed, but we business by this clean, simple preparahope such an aggravating accident will tion. not occur again soon, and pray the indulgence of our readers for this time. WHITEWASHING FOTTBALLINGER At AND FIUDAY Per Year In Advance. AUTOMOBILES SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES. AGENTS FOR ft s- - ,. -- n JftVrq, 0 Q m O Flanders 20 $750 E. M. F. 30 $1250 Haynes $2000 Baker Electric 2000 to $4000 tStudebaker Garford, $4000 to $6000. If interested, Phone us Bell 24, and we will gladly give you demonstration. Danville Ice & Coal Co. 'ktZfalUKtel lic-jc- O O O O O O ife- A "near-pure- It Is believed that the Ualllnger-pinrhn- t rnmmlttpp will submit three rerorts to ( ongress. ihe majority report will, of course, exonerato the Secretary or the Interior, 'ihe principal minority report will be signed by Senators I'urcell and Fletcher and Representatives James and Uraham. Representative Madlosn, of Kansas, the 'insurgent" House republican incmhor, ol the committee, is expected to Me an individual report against Mr. Ualllnger. feet and as dry as possible. Our line 0 of "MENZIES SHOES" is today 0 0 the best shoe made for man. We 0 0 believe the soles are a little betBut people who come 0 ter than most manufacturers put here regularly for their 5 groceries hnve come to their Work Shoes. The up0 into stock is both soft and strong 0 rely on us when we say 0 per an article is "all right." 0 0 and remains so under hard ser0 We don't handle the 0 0 kind of groceries. Try our Coffee osn sample of vice. A shoe that seldom if ever 0 our grocery service. Chase & Sanborn Coffees stand nt the 0 0 rips at seam or sole; both we rehead of the list. Very Respt., 0 0 pair at our expense any time. 0 0 0 Most work shoes are made over 0 0 0 0 stubby, ugly lasts, but not so with 0 W. H. 0 0 the "Menzies". They are made 0 Stanford, Kentucky. 0 over genteel lasts; plain and cap 0 0 toe, tan and black, heavy or light iff 0 Bring Your Produce To Us. a sole at $3 to $3.50. 0 r 0 x hoe nhett mulct o McROBERTS. 0 H. V 0 M.iO. CO.. 00000000000000&O00000000000O0OD who labors comfortable We'll Explain The Difference Between The Various Blends Of Coffee. Tea, etc. If You Desire. " 3i;iUv 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .0 0 Shoes For The Laborer o o 0 0 0 O i0 0 4 The one person who needs and must have the best is the man O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .r 0 0 0 0 0 0 HIGG1NS, I j ! opened produce home on Som-eriitreet and will pay the price lor all kind ol country produce. Bring ui your nun. BAST1N & Stanford. Ky. We Vr.' " J. BLACKSMITHING IF YOU WANT TO PLEASE THE WIFE Q3333eSS3a33S3SBS33H u. 1j. Heavy Hail -- QOU . f says that enough hall remained on the ground at points where drifts were made to be raked up two days after in sufficient quantities to bo us ed in making ice cream. In company with his brother, Hon Oeorgo K. Stone, of Danville, Judge Stone was en routo from .Moreiana to Liberty and was caught out in the The hall worst part of tho came down in small chunks ot ice ns large as one's thumb and so fast that It was Impossible to see a tobacco barn thirty feet away. The hall was accompanied by a terrific wind and leaves were chopped from the trees until the vegetation was so bare nfter the storm was over that It look ed like winter time. A new building in Llbery was blown down and the largest bridge in town wad washed out by the high waters resulting trom the melted hail. Some days later a ball storm almost ns severe visited Kussell, Adair and Wujne counties. The storm cut a swath about lour miles wide. The hall was followed by a told spell, which reached Stanford. Many farmers reported frost several nights following, and somo damage was done to spring egetables. insurance policy on ,DON'T RUN ENTIRELY OUT and furniture. Then or Uaughman'z Fancy Patent No. I she'll quit worrying about what you (lour. Order a new sack when the Tho southern part of Lincoln coun would do if anything should old one is nearly gone. Then then ty and Casey were visited by a terrllic and she hail storm last week, wnicn aia mucn happen. For she does worry and will be no interruption of the line drniage to crops Fred Knrla, of Ot- - will continue to as long as your baking that Uaughman's Fancy Pattenhetm. says that a number of farm Hour helps you to do. Have us ent No. ere In his sectloen had their wheat things remain uninsured. Haven't tried Uaughman's tlour yet? will be beaten down and their loss y and you issue you a policy ccsnsdinrble Then you certainly thould do so at lloyle O. Stone was cauglit will please her mightily. Judge once. All tne be3t bakers In the city out in the hall storm in Casey, lie are uning it right along. secure a fire DOES CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE IN SECTION your home SOUTHERN 1 to-da- lirlng your rtlnrkimithlng nnd general repair work to me. Hone thoelng noc. Hatlifiictlnn guaranteed, abop oppotlle I'lillllpa' concrete ttore. JA.MKH UltAOKKTT, Htanford, Ky. it. it. v.oucr r.. it. voicinan rv J, L.Beazley&Co., Dr. Hess' Poultry Panacea wvVHVIiHHBH Undertakers and Embalm Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right i Will niako hen lay, cure tiiein oi diiH'sM! and keep them in gcxxl Fish & Pennington, Stanford, Ky.. Phono 200 PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS.: DR. T. W PENNINGTON, J. H. Baughman & Co. en. thrifty condition. The increaHs in the number of epga laid, will more thnn twiy lor the email cxeui4! oi iecding. It i cold at Penny's Drug A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, Burgin, KontucKy. Htore. Hours 8:30-1- 2 cilice Myers to 4:30 P. M, House Flats. Stanford, Ky, 1 Dentist A. M. and I am a graduate ot Jonea' National He liool STANFORD. KENTUCK hail exof Auctioneer!, Chicago, and ha perience In tho Ms cattle aalea at the Union aome w aold Block Yarda. (Milcngo, where CUT FLOWERS FOR SALEI thorougbtireda at high ut J ..". AUo In none aalea wuere iu taiea upro iiniurI lia e I can furnlih the public with the licit, aa day. Auctioneering It a tclence and oleut noera, me well aa the Heeor atudlvd It with thltldeu. your phono can all kindt. I.ullu. potted nonera, planta of on abort tale. t I before sou arrunge for notice. Alio make a apeclnltyof vtreatha maiuialetto)ourndantago. rllOM-.Sa-lfor for funeral purpo. - cu PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stamford, Kentucky. DR. W. N. CRAIU, Optician and Oculist Ofllce over H J. RcRoberts store. Stanford, Ky, Harry Jacobs, Dealer lu and Manufacturer of klncla of prlcva. In connection with thenljove, I have all egitulilti on hand at reasonable CHIUHTMANflUKKN HOUHKH. Kll llUllll.Mlir, 1'lMlli. m&BS&BBBBBB&D-?- W Mtanf'ird.Ky Detroit Vapor The Latest In Ottenheim. Mrs. Alfred Kocher, of Louisville, Is here visiting her parents. Miss Edna Jones, the charming daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Jones, of London, will spend some time with her aunt, Mrs. Ida Kearns. Mrs. Sue Russell has somewhat improved since her recent illMrs. Ida Kearns and Rev. Father Leo entertained a few friends Sunday evening in honor of Miss Annie Kleis-neof Danville. Frank Weintze accompanied one of the young ladles to her home, and after leaving, he had to cross Buck creek. The night beine very dark, he made a misstep off the bridge and plunged backwarcs into the water. He emerged drenched but happy and went on home singing. The weather has been so c Id in this section that farmers are plowing corn with their coats on. Samuel Zwablon is building a new tobacco barn. Mr. John Irvin and Miss Barbara Ensslin. formerly of this place, will be married In Louisville tomorrow. r, ments. Auctioneer. Markert and l'om, Cemetery and Ijiwd I will conduct any kind ot sales in Vateaand Hetteet. Ottlce and wurki, rWeareln notltlon todoall klnilt of conKy, creting, auch at Hlock Work. lavenienta Lincoln and surrounding counties. If ana. In fact, wh run tiiMk. nnv tiii.... tm... you want good prices for your land houae down ton fence jioit. Wo or stock, see me. Stanford, K.D.No 1 you promptly and guarantee can ero nr.t-clnwork and material. Oall and get our prlcea & Summer Stock. before you buy your material at leaat. M. H. JOHNSON. Auctioneer. flareryour meaiure taken by a tailor of exjour clot liei, whether n low I will conduct sales In ihis and sur- perience. Then ault or the llm-i- t Stanford, Ky. evening urlce butlneta rounding counties. Satisfaction guar- clothei.wlll have that Individuality and lit they were made to which plainly anteed. Stanford, K.D No. 1. your mesture. indicatealao lake your meat-ar- e 1 will for extra troutert. fancr vetta. toil tt J. I CHANDLER, Marble and Cranito Monu- CONCRETING OIL STOVES. Absolutely Wiekless, No As- Spring PHILLIPS BROS., J. J. BELDEN, -. bestos, No Cotton Wicks. ooattl and; overcoata. Hprlngand Huinmet lampiet on nanu reauy lur your intpecuoii H.O. ItUI'I.KY.TheTBllor, Htanford, Ky. MASON'S MEET. For uouar. carriage and algn palntlriK decorative paper banning alao buggy trimming of all klmla auch aa topa reroered uurtalua II fid lumt a niuilu uiaaa.v, uf a . U) VT rt (J ilUKd U1HOK r VJI , ..... IUT mithahpp Vet JUnln Ht., Htaiiford Ky .v.,,. J J.I1KI.DKN. The Very Thing for Summer Cooking. Makes life in the kitch- i ....,. ii J ness. w Lincoln Lodue No. 60. P. A A. M. will meet In tluted communication on each tlrat and third Monday nlghtaofeacb month, at T:WJ I deilre o'clock In their ball on main atreeet, Htan- - cerleaand to tell prlvately'rny ttock ot (Iro. Hardware. lolng a good rora, Jty. aiemueraoi anier louKeaare about IJ.SU0. JUaton preaent. T. W. Invited to be 111 health. Hec. OKO. 11 IIQI'I'KK.HtanfordKy. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. W 1"'" en endurable in hot weather. GEO. H. FARRIS. butl-P.?1!- ?' L& N. TITCE TKBLE You Can any way you please. It will stand it splendidly. For we handle no unsound stuff. You will learn that the best lumber is the cheapest in the beginning as well as in the end And our lumber decidedly comes up to quality called "best." J. A. ALIEN, StMhrd, Ky. When You Have - Test Our Lumber No. tl.Houth, litis V.H. No. 21, Houtb, 10:U A M. JOS. 8. RICE, Agont. Vo.K.liwr.M. No.7,10:A. M. No.2,Nortb,4:iO A. u, No.W. North, 6MU r. M. When Hungry GOTO Oarton'a llcttiiurnrit Ijincmter, htreet, up to 11:30 p, x. good ijulck i!aUi(rIhi all hour Ueit place lu Htanford, K. W. A. Furniture and Undertaking. Day Phone 28. Night Phono 13b TRIBBLE, meal, vtnroru ToFo')Call Oooklng to tult our euttoniertour tieclulty. Hplendld uw llnu of fancy Oroccrlea. Hot t'ollee, HanUk'he, plet, llutler milk andtwtet iiillU.etc, ut all timet. H, B. Northcott, Stanford, Kj. Thout;i53. Manager. Stanford, Kentucky. Yi. A. CAR80N, Prop. THURMAN K. TUDOR, '"-- : ffjmnrvlr THE INTERIOR JOUBNAL, STANFORD, ICY. PAGE HTML. PAGE THREE Oxford Bargains 50 pair black and Tan Oxfords and Slippers on HYPijHaB' k kyE2lijr tslmi ?a.' fjLS' l " flrfirjF i y ii tti Put This On Your Memorandum! 1.5 will tho bargain counter. These goods sold at 2.50 to &50, they are odds and ends, good styles and of the best quality. You can have your pick for LI 8. We could nrjjue nil .lny, but n single visit to our store will do more to convince you of the supcrority of our goods nnd the correctness of our prices, tlinn nil the tnlklntf we could do. Rcincmbcr when you buy here mnttings, Incc curtains, curtnin Swisses, Indies nnd childrens' low i Lew. you arc cncourgjng an enterprising store that delights to do things bet- Don't fail to come nnd buy n large part of your summer needs nt third to one half off the price. These are short ends of this scutfh ter thnn others. best selling goods. Friday. Saturday and Monday, July 10, HaaS be Remnant days at Severance's. V&j will bring to the front all short lengths an remnants of silks, dress goods, lawns, ginghams, calicoes, linens, ribbons, laces, undcrweic, 3 or SEVERANCE & SON, I., Wenren Hughe, ol Mulsvllle, to Nkf.DLKS, Hobblni and Shuttle kll sewing machines at Penny's Drug spent Hiitidny at home MIm Jenn Wnrren, who hit been Store. vlslllni! Cincinnati friends, has r'turn-ehorn e Danville Advocate PERSONALS. , Denny nnd .Miss Miss Untie Joseph CotToy nro tho Mr. nnd Mr. 'nlkcr, ol I .nn cast it. hnve been the ' Kui'BtK of friends nt Ixindon this week. Clients ol Miss llelle Denny. "" Meveilv llout tnmo up from Umls-rlllThurmnn IC. Tudor Is nttcnntni; to ipend Kiimlny with the homo nt llerea. Commencement folks. Kendrlck H. Alcorn itintlo n business Misses Kit llurtmnn nnd Mnry I). trip t the mountains this week. Kennedy spent Sunday nt Crab the riichIh of the former's sisI'nyt'ttc Wilkinson tins been on n ter, Mrs. Jniule (' Carpenter .''visit to friends here II. Shanks Mr and Mrs. Thomns Mns. J NO. L). Hohto.W is quite ill hive returned home iiom a plenKimt with malaria. vls'.t to Mrs. IMehtinl I'litiinm nt Mns. Ciiab. Henry died of consumption Sunday near Mlllednovillo and was Misses Nell nnd Josephine Wnrren morning eMcrdny burled there on Monday afternoon. reached homi nnd Kllzubulli Fox, Irom t'ave Spnniis, (la., where th Mlfnos taught last scholastic ot .Miss Mile Micuwl'illy of Danville, die guest vwir In the si hool lor the deaf. llaiiRlimnii. V. Kriends her- - Iihvo recehed Invitn-tlonKlntnld bought a hamlsomo to tho clotliig exert lacs or Miss gelding troin A. 'I. Nun-- . nellny tor 2'.'r. nles school for young Indlos nts Mlm KrniicfM Acluius Is qiuiv if ni Northnnipton, .Man. Among the nre Misses Shi a Margaret Dunn nor npnrtnientH on .Muln urn'i. Mrs. Joseph llnllou is quite III nt nnd Mnrgnret Itobertron Vnrreii, ol this plncu. her homo tu tho country. Is upending .MIim VlrKluin llournv Senator It - Hubble nttendeil the giiewt iledlentory oxerciss- - of the new cap msvcral ilnys in l.onlmille tho Itol nt Trnnklort He was .iccomimn-lt- t ot Irlends. liv Keprsseiitattw W. K I'lttman .Mr. UeorR liurk mm eliilciron, nt Oweujl'oro. are the guenu of .Mr. (if Itoyle. Miss Mnttlo Mcl'lar) is at home ana Mrs J V ll.iughmnn !eorr,e Ncwlnnd, who hns been nt from Indiana) oils where she finished Iallas, Ttxi.ii, lor acme time tins re 1 course In oml , worK mid will teavh In I'lUsburic. l'n next turned hump .Neviuu 'S has returned .Mrs MIhs IMniidln Tartar, who h.is tj son, John .Nevlus, Illicit fever, hns siilliclently recovered from n lslt to hir for Mrs Kltt Smith, tho nurse, to re nt l.ibnnon mid relutlveh at other points crnoii turn to her home nl Ml Stanford, Kentucky. or J le c d Unergu I'Mlllnm, formerly of Lincoln cot'iity, hns gone to Itonnoku, Vn , where he will bo united In marriage to Miss Mary II. Mayors, n member of one ol tho most prominent ramllles ot tho "Old Dominion." Mr. t'abel Owens, who ts now making his home In Henderson, passed through Dnntlllc en route to Somerset. Advocate. Miss Mary Hlgglns has returnee home trnm Somerset Wiiero she had n most successful year with hor music needier Adams nt Danville. .dr. King Carpenter, of Hustonvllle, who has been visiting the family or Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II Swope, hns return Notes and Accounts Collected. Ifio tie home Danville Advocate. We collect notes and accounts anywhere in the 'United Statct Mrs. W. Logan Wood entertained at charges unless we collect. Also look nfter cln'uns of all kinds. cnrtls Baturdny nfternoon In honor ot Bank references. Correspondence solicited. M Miss Isnblelo South of Frankfort, who Is' the nttrartlve guest of Dr. and Mrs, T. Llndscy lllnyney. teaching. .Mrs. Itobort Lytic, or Lexington street entertained Tuesday night In honoi or Miss Shearer nnd Miss Allcfc TO Shearer of New York. Thoso who with Mrs. I.yiln nnd liur mays COLLECTION WOODSON MAY, Mgr.. " agenS 0 Basket Dinner. BE EATEN BY BAPTISTS AFTER SERVICES JUNE 17 ' Somerset, - - - Kentucky. One Night Only s il gtnil-nnte- Ricsts were Miss Nnn .McDowell, (llll Cooper nnd Mr. (Jillotte ot t'entrnt America- - It tn too cold to sit In the )nrd or the veranda but tho 75 Kuests found plenty of entertainment In the brum. Danville Advocate. Miss I.evlsn Harris, who was taken HI with pneumonia while nt the homo ol hr aunt, Mrh. George 1. ilrlRht, seveial weeks pro, hns Improved sufficiently to be removed to her homo nt Hubble. Her trlends will hi- - Rlnd to V A "High Day In .Ion," us l'astor lioskin styled ltTSundny, will be celebrated nt the Unptltt church on Sun-tl.i.lithe 12 winch will be the llrst tiny of the revival services, to bo b) Kvnngcllst Daniel. The dny will be l mule a sort of love feast for the members with roll call of all the members of the church, nnd afterward a big basket dinner on the Last Sunday Imd been set Rrounds for roll call but It was postponed on Improvement nnd hope account of Inclement weather kecii-In- g know of a great many of the members nt lor her complete recovery llmt wnlf until nvi.fl thlnt? Ifl Gone home. ol my stock has already J1.U0U.00U The omple'lon ot disposed of nnd I shnll close out the rest In n ver short time, liny endowment fund to tho American whlhj It lasts (SeoiRO I). Hopper,, j Society, which was started about a year and a half ago, when .Mrs. Hus-seHardware and (Sioccrlcs Sage Rave J.1U0.0U0, was announr June II. Held, of Hutttonvllle, has ncctpted n poslton In the drug store ed Montlay tl Opera HoUSe One Night ), TUESDAY, JUNE 7th, "GALLANO" The Man Of Thought Presenting hr two-third- s ti'-e- u Mind Reading, Hypnotism, Spiritualism Watch for the sensational blindfold drive Tueseay, June 7th,S.3?i P. M., to start ia front of the Opera House. HI-- Admission 15c and 25c 1 fa Money Refunded if not Satisfied si p53 ' . -- . l. JUSTARRiyED!! .Have jurt received a fieh supply of 1 fJ2i Aiwmntee) f JPURINA POULTRY FEEOS 3' 1! DC .The BesTon Earth.TesJ them for youi; t . l "I : i YOU arc entitled in buying Hart Schaffner & Marx' to a most positive assurance of your satisfaction. Every dealer in our clothes is authorized , Fl t V fr i! u W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. to say this to you: Every garment made by, and bearing the label of Hart Schaffner & Marx,, is guaranteed to be of ol lk fabrics, with no "mercerized" or other or cotton added; thoroughly shrunk before cutting ; seams all-wo- ;BS wool-and-si- ' g L. R. Hughes T. W. Humble : W. O. MarUn 1 1 I ; S3 sewed with pure silk thread ; tailored in clean, sanitary i 5Pi- - shops ;Tand free from every defect of material or. workmanship. ! t UU SILKS .' y ": T More than that: The dealer is authorized to say that if the clothes are not right, or not satisfactory, yourt s money will be refunded. Hart Schaffner & Marx .it have just received a beautiful line of new summer silks.in all shades md prices; also a'Jot of new yokings AVc I 1 ' ' 11 ma oaiui inmmmh. 1 j Call and see us bcfors'Jjuying. 3 1. CUMMINS & WEAREN, Stanford, KyJ MI Ihughes, martin giWk!" crWHi'SMCIi- & CO., I ( I Dry Goods, Notions.lShoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY., fimflHAiaiM 'JjtAK Mammmmamammmmmmm - a 9 tTAGE FOUR THE INTERIOR JOURNAL', STANFORD, KX. JUNE, 7th i .;., i:. i - 1010 ri K n'Vv-.i.iy- '" M 4H I It l'4-- FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. We hare for sate n McCormack binder that has only been used to cut 40 acres of wheat nnd ta In flno ahapo. A bariraln. Pcnco Bros., Stanford, Fort Sale.-S- ow and plfra. J. T. Dingaman. Joe Morris won the eolobr.itpil Iji. tonla derby with llooln lloola second and Donnu, tho Kentucky dorby winner third Tho time wnt ...i.i Wanted, to exrnnnRe a horse, good driver and good worker, for a young mare. John Newell, HustnnMlte, It. 1). No. I. Will pay highest market price for iuo bushels or m&ro one grnss heed. iy-,II. (' Anderson. Stnnrord. 1'or nale Second hand pony cnrl, In coed common. J. II. Jnckson, It I) i. ,!V' I kt-- .' '.?::! .v :: . ;s.?.' ;!&: .(.'. MM PHI ,. jy--.,, 7 Jjb tvVtv m'i ! W !" WW .. : Ti. A new nnd up-to-d- Avoid unpleasantness and law suits with your neighbor by using the BROWN FENCE to safely confine your stock and exclude his. Let mc tell you of its several superiorities over other wire fences. H. C. CARPENTER, Agent. At Lincoln County National Bank. TUB I', Chas. Wheeler Emporium, i'i Hustonville, Ky. RED BOX All holding keys: Will be ready for you ;tb 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 CHAS. WHEELER. rush. & Toliuci'o plnnt bed for sale, y by loo feet. At a baigaln. J. Frank Smith, K. BEAUTIFUL WEDDING I). No. 2, Stanlord. 21 '1. llcv. It. II. .Mnlinny nnd Miss .Marie J. V. Cook & Co.. the great horse, Mahony attended the wedding or uIIks Jnck nnd mule breeders nnd traders hltzalieth JclfiTPon to Mr. (IrntullRon or Lexington, have claimed the dute Friday. of Friday, Sent. .U lor n big sale or VnuRhan In Ixmlavllle Inst .Ml Mrs. Vattghan had visited saddle mates, Jennets and colts, all ncre nnd has many friend In. registered. The pooled wool of Nicholas conn-t- j this section. The Ixmlstlllo paper lint mostly been sold and delivered describe tho wedding as n bcntitllular fair. It was nolemnlied at the home at Carlisle at tho prevailing price of 21 cents. IVnlcrx had previously been of the brldo's grandmother, .Mrs. K. paying 110 centn. A JoHerson. '"The large old fashioned For Sale 100 toot tobacco bed. A rooms nnd spacious hall or tho JefI! Kobblns. Stnnlnrd. t'hone Hi'.M ferson home nre admirably suited to Col. It. (I. Kvans delivered to Col. wedding and were never more beau I) N I'reult nt Danville SU lambs at til til than Inst evening In their pro- 7 cents n pound. Col. Kvans has about fusion or tlowors, Southern smllnx, 300 mori' which will be rend) for depalms nnd bay trees used In the dec- livery In July. Samuel Pope, of Iloyle, sold 42 orations. The ceremony took place lumbs, averaging "fi pounds to Forest tn tho drawing room, tho white mar- Johnstoup at . ble mnntel being converted Into an THE MARKETS Impromptu nltnr. y Stnnrord, Ky. 2U-- witli them, you should wear a nice pnir of tlie 'Crossett"Oxfonl. Alsi) Lndies' Oxfords, Vici Kid, Put-eLeather nnd Swetlc. trousers nnd to nmke you line of txld look well-dress- . nl "CIofhingB" !' When you buy clothes from us, you enn rest assured that you are in perfect style. Our hat department is now more complete than ever. We have to show you the new Milan Slraw Ynchtand Panama. Call around before you buy '. i .V : j;SAM ROBINvSON.l STANFORD, KY. i .v. "The bridal party eutorcd through nn aisle formed of white standards topped with bunches or whlto peonies nnd loose bows of ratln ribbon. The Hov. Hlrhnrd I). Smart, or the Hroad-naMethodist cnurch performed tho ceremony. Miss N'ancy Johnson or Hardstown, was maid or honor nnd Mr. Samel A. Vaghan, ot New York, was tho best man. The bridesmaids were Miss Marlon Itine. or Howling (Jreen; Misses l.idn and Lucy and Miss Kugenla Dorsov. "The bride, who entered on the arm or the groom, wore a bonutlful gown of white satin veiled In embroidered net. The skirt was draped and saught with small clusters or orange blossoms, and the bodice was cut nck nnd half sloeAes. She wore the regulation tulle veil, caught In her with a bandeau ot oiangc ikossoihf and tarried sweet peas and lilies c the valnyl. "Among the out or town guests were Mr. nnd Mrs. J It. Holloway. or Mr. and .Mrs. Joseph Notts, o. Lexington. Mrs. William Ayres, ot I'lnerlllo, Mr. It. JJ. Mahony and Miss Marie Mahony. ot Stanlord, nnd Miss Mathllde Foster. ot Ilruljsftlck, Wash Louisville I'ost. r I'hlla-delphl- I.10S; market nctlve nnd strong, ltk 1M( hlglur; f.ilr to good shippers ".'nt; common J II l.f0. Hogs re . Cincinnati, June 7 Cattle, rectipu fjfw aw m l'ri . i v 0&0$ O O $ 0$&$$ D & SO V g , celpts 2,.'U2; mnrket stead, btchers $D2u(jXJ0; comn.on and shlrpeis N.7&'J.-IVSheoii receipts 2 l,u, utrong, i2.6Ut.!u. limbs-mark- et market strong. Jlifi.1V Wllllntii Morris aged 4K, una kiliod at John llerrjs saw mill neir Nw Ilpen He Inlntvd nnd fell against the saw. his body bolng cut In two about the shouloorc. I.amo shoulder is nlmost Invariably caused by rhetimntism or the muscles and yields uulcklj tn the rreo nppllca lion or Chamberlain s Liniment T his liniment Is not only prompt and enct ua I, but in no way disagreeable to use Sold by O. 1 F'-n- :. , -. sr: an The Winning Feature of The o & 8S OVERLAN Is Its Simplicity CAR y I I aa . Get My Price On House Paint, i Screen Wire Cloth, Cultivators, Hoes and and other farming implements. s 55 3rih& Anyone Can Learn to Run it For it Operates on Only Three Gears. r- all J s lJe Auto forG,.rl the Fam,,y for a"y or - - m ' Woman can Run it as Easily as a Man. Just Let us Prove this to You. PUBLIC SALE 8 L. L. SANDERS, On Monday. June 13th, 1910, county I shall as agent of the heirs o' Maria Kaughman. deceased, offer for site at public outcry, in front of the court house door in Stanford, Ky., to tic highest and best bidder, that house and lot situated on Water Works Street, it Stanford Kv., which was occupied by said Maria Daughman at tho time of her death, and which is bounded on the East by the old Mary Lytic property, on tho West by the house and lot of Georgia Sutton, on the North, by the right of way of the L. & N., on the South by Water Works Street Terms of sale, made known at the time the property is offered for sale K.J. ALCORN. Agent i i I aim court day. R g3lissssMM Ifvoti have anything to sdl n tho Crab Orchard, Kentucky. m C.P.Cecil, Walter Dunn H. , acents. a CIk Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, CAPITAL SURPLUS RESOURCES W. S: H. SHANKS. PRESIDENT' .J. B. PAXTON. V.CE-PRg- S mETENTER r XV. S0 Phone us For Free Demonstration. -- Danville, Ky. PUBLIC SALE ! STOCK Take to LINE 3 &&&$ 0006 $ &3 0 ig Kentucky. $ 50,000.00 S 50,000.00 $340,0p0.00 M. BRIGHT. CASHIER, VRHESTER, ASST. CASH HAYS FOSTER. CLERK. DIREOTORS: O. Walker, Stanford; S. H. Shanka, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter .Stanford rl r John B. Foater, Stanford; W. H. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. kin, Lancaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; W. H. Traylor, Gitberta Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. H. Cummins, Preachersville; Lilburu Gooch, Gilberts Creek. Ran- He buvfjind sel every day in tho JUNE I5th, 1910, yrar except Sunday. Bring on I intra for allien luiy miint Mule, your mock. Bent market in l.iiu pound,. at 2 p. m , all of my personal property old nnd Kt'lglia Alio Imiv unre. Mound nnd eood worker. the State with plenty of consisting of one brood mare 7 years Wnrka nny !ier mid Indies time leen Hhe u Un fulr tiul. cod and water 1k old, one nice 2 year old horse, 5 milk drlvlnii her. UltlAKsound nndItuttiunlllo. covered cn, nimidu of Iunvillo or Lexington. DL'NN dler. cows and calves, 5 yearling heifers, o aim no n general tntuli ami feed busiticiw. 2 yearling steers, good ones, one sow and 9 pigs, 11 shoats, 5 Y. U M'CAKTY.Pi. K. C. WALTON, L. R. HUOHKS.S. AT hogs, 50 barrels of corn, stack of timothy hay, farming implements, household and kitchen furniture and other things too numerous to mention Stanford, KenlucKy, Terms cash. MARY S. JOHNSON, I. S. Tevis, Agt. Near Milledgevillc Farms and Town ProM?rtv Handled on Commiwion. Stocks and Bonda .Sild. If you Have Proiwty to Sell or Us. J6 J v Write or Circular to WEDNESDAY, d Having sold my farm, I will offer at public sale on the premises, Stock For Sale! NunncIIcy's New Stock Yards by bath-room 1 oiftwUKUr. Stanford Real Estate Co., Itent-Notify P L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky. Fine Porcelain Bath Tubs Insuras Tobacco and Tobacco Barns. A k ore put in by us when we equip your with new open plumbing, Our bathrooms are things STANFORD, KENTUCKY of beauty when we have put in open ORGANIZED IN J8S2. piumuing, witn nickel plated pipes CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. and. fixtures, besides. We do it nt SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. a reasonable cost. It not only means HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Lightness With Strength comiort, out Health. VV. K. WARNER, ;Depotit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. is a feature of our road harness. Phone 88. Stanford, Ky. There is not an ounce of unnecessary weight, but it is made so honDIRECTORS. OFFICERS. estly nnd strongly that it will stand In Re Buna Vista Compton on ApF. Reid. J H. Bsughmsn. President;, J. S. Uoelter, plication for Pardon. M D Elmore. any strain. If your horse had the J. M. Pottus, S. T.. Harris, F, Cummins, II. C. Daughman, say ho would choose one of these Notice u hereby given thai Burn VuU Compton John . McRoberts, Cashier; now Mnrinj life in S. T. Harris, State no. C. Robinson. sets. Why not uct on that assump- tiary at Frankfort, lenience the charge ofpenitenKy., under a II. C.IBaughman, Asst. Cash'r E. C. Walton, houe S. t; FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Nothing But Insurance. J. C McCIary, Jesse D. The Insurance Man, Wearen, &VT !Utdeuc Pliona M; Ofllct, A. Insure with mo and bo fully protected. STANFORD, KY. t'-l- l.'i' D. CARTER, S. Now Livorv. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Dopot Street, Phone 06, Undertaker and Cmbalmer STANFORD, i fflM KY. Horu . fbon.lST. t'uon.M. J. Hocker. W.W.Saunders.Dookkeeper. W, H. Murphy. J. tion? C. McCLARY. Stanfwd, Ky. RURAL TELEPHONES. n. Make your home as modern for your family as a city MB. FARMER: residence, and nluce yourself iu a position to get the latest market quotations at any time. This cau bo accomplished by means of our telepbono which you uud your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received. Call or address our nearest ofJico or write direct to headquarters, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Fur-.mer- e Lino" rate. If you are not at present onjoymg telephone service, we .cau immediately interest you. Our lined cover the State of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana uud the Southern portion ot lnumuu and EAST T13KKES8I2K TEL. 4 TEL. CO. SUinoit. k (INroUFOUATKD) 200,000 Feet of Lumber At The Right Prices. I have 200,000 feet of lumber suitable for tobacco barns and other building purposes nt reasonable prices. Call on me or write me for prices and tell mo what you want, and I can suit you. breaking having been convicted in the Lincoln Circuit Court will on the third day of June, 1910 male application to the governor of the commonwealth to pardon taul Compton and ie him from curiody. Thii the 20th day of May 1910. 25-- 4 W. V. WILKINSON r Ztoarboti Poultry Cure la recognfjoj u theatanilaM poultrr rrniiMrol tuaworio. llli the ono rfmwijr thutcaa to ilctwoded oa with ttbwlute ccrulaty tu euro and prurcat SAVE YOUR FOWLS GnpoH, Cholerit, I llmbcrncck, Diarrhoea nnd nil eiUtlnir forma ot poultrr dlj. A tew droun In wuterTjocpa rw. dluo. reo rrow Itoup, ttia Urlnklnif fowlii,ilthy A fcu bottle tuaVut t rtlluni medC noT tba treauneot of lllacktuxid und other dlaouae la Wrkeji Kr Barn Lumber For Sale! 120.000 feet of Boxinrf. Sheeting and Frame Lumber for Barn Patterns, which I will sell for casli or trado for Corn, Hay or good Iforses and Mules. Prices on this very rea 1 Bourbon Poultry Cure ntx Uo lalalD(chiclcn, larn.ailT Aiiyycai, and lUrnboq roultrr Cui. I, ih, raott imilKiary icmnJr I tut. vr umJ lar Cbol.n aad Gilmi." Ilawlaciui! . tAIIL.aUlna Mr,. W.W. n.l.too iropklgirlll,Kr.,Mn ni iiu tUUAL "I Mr, 1 WALKER OWENS. sonable, for I wnnt tn Writ.. Poiujo Ky mo at once. Respectfully, ' Shipping Point Mt Vernon j.&ifple. London, Ky. lrilng ikcm a Bottla. u ...7 Bniirhnn ..w...wjr Ram.rlu Z OfuaolaU. BOo par r iied bgudraJi oi chick.a, IimIiooi Itouibon Poultry Cur,. I rind iur cui. lot (.ualtia and UnivtraKk." P.P.CIa,Parl,Kf.,iaTttU,lT.r (; f v., Leaiojtoo.Kr., U S A Trial Vial rr toco.nor.l. L