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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y I THE INTERIOR JOURNALII r W VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 10 1910 NO 30 I BRIDGE GOES i UNDER DOWNI Somerset Street Bridge Uuable To Support Speaks Traction EngineHis Hard Luck The Iron bridge on the Somerset pike was totally destroyed Thursday after when the large traction englnf of tnoon Speaks of Highland crashed through It A wagon loaded with a saw- millv which was being hauled to Morgan i Beazleyi placo to do some cutting fol lowed the big engine Into the St Aiaph s making a wreck of fearful Mr Speaks who was conluslonI oftlI I at the left of tha pike Into a clump of bushes when he saw the bridge 1thom to give fcay beneath the heavy load Dave Durton who wan on the en Bine with him went down on the right side Arthur Oaks another helper made a wild leap and landed safely but all had very narrow escapes Others oft the crew were In a tender wagon which t was held back at the brink by the protruding wreckage of the saw mill Tho t big engine In going down turned turtlo- I completelyThe happened about four o clock In the afternoon Tho bridge gave way under Its ponderous burden with a roar that could bo heard all over town Several had been watching the big en Kino slide down the steep Somerset pike hill and saw the accident happen W C Baugn who drovo tho timber wagon ahead of tho engine had just crossed the bridge and standing on tho north aide saw the whole thing go down Mr Speaks engine is said to bo the largest of the kind In this section It is i a 25horso power engine and is said to weigh about eight or ten tons The J Somerset pike bridge has seen over 15 years hard service Some time ago Councilman M D Elmore made an ef fort to have a heavier and wider bridge replace the destroyed one but it came to naught The Council will now have to take sumo action and will probably act at once for the continued rains have swelled the creek and really made ford lag somewhat dangerous- Mr Speaks who is a very clever gentleman has the sympathy of every one in his hard luck Things seem to be breaking rather badly for him lately It baa only been a few days since a horse his wife drove to town became frightened at a train on Logan avenue and ran away smashing the buggy to splinters and now this traction engine which II said to have coat him 2000 last year is very badly damaged Harvey Helm Stirs House With An Able Speech On Porto Rico A special dispatch from Washington this week says- Representative Harvey Helm made a electrl1fleded American government occupation I of Porto Rico as being unjust and tyrannical and demanded that Porto Rico be given Its freedom His speech created a decided Impression Ho in a member of the Committee on Insular Affairs and la familiar with conditions in the beautiful Island In part he saidHave we so soon arrived at the point where monarchies are more gen erous and liberal with their subjects than republics aro willing to be with their citizens The constitution that t the people of this Island had after b years of struggle secured from the kingdom of Spain is proof conclusive to my mind of their ability to govern themselves Hero I am willing to rest the case I ask for no further evidence i I am ready to act It would bo well nigh as consistent to contend that the signers of the Declaration of Independ ence or the framers of our constitution were not capable of solfgovernmentaa to maintain that the people who could r extract from a king tho constitution with which the people of this Island were clothed are not capable of self J capacl1tywe I laws enacted by the legislative bodies created under the constitution to which I 1 have referred as well as to those acts passed since tho American occupation Here we have concrete results that are monuments in themselves and that will stand favorable comparison with the acts of many of the legislatures of the states comprising tho Union i If after breathing Hyomoi tho great 1 t antiseptic you are not rid of that vile catarrh G L Penny will return your monty Coiipleto outfit 1 Extra bottles 50c y s Kicked by a Horse Casey Couniy Youngster Badl- yHurtOther Live News MIDDLE WRG Juno 10 Little Charles Sweeney son of Dr and Mrs W J Sweeney was kicked by a horse while playing In the yard one afternoon this Week An ugly gash was cut in tho little fellows cheek but he will soon be all right as he is not dangerously Farmers hurtIvantage of the present rainy season and thousands upon thousands of tobac co plants are being set I Rev John Volintine of Georgetown College will preach at church Sunday morning and eveningIThings seem to have Calvary Ridge and Hatter as a consequence the magistrates court docket premises to be a slim one j The caso of tho Commonwealth vs Mrs Betsy Sims charged with sick In a vicious dog on Dich Luttrilla children was dismissed in the magis I trates court at Yosemite Friday as there seems to have been but little InI the charge Tho Sundayschools here were quite slimly attended Sunday and tho morn ing services at Green River were completely rained out Bro Montgomery preached in tha afternoon to a small audience and then returned to his home at Liberty Miss Lula Earls of Mt Salem vja lied Miss Pearl Godsey hero Sund y Glancy McWhorter of Somerset was here last week to see the homo folks Dr W T Francis of Monticello is at the Yosemite Hotel for the practice of dentistry Clarence Sims of Mt Salem was down Sunday to seo his best girl Mrr J B Jones of Dell vue and her sister Miss Minnie Shan non of Junction City will arrive in a few days to visit Mrs J A Estcs and the Fogies on the Liberty pike Medical Society To Hold Monthly Meeting Here Tuesday Morning i The Lincoln County Medical Society will hold its regular meeting in Stan ford next Tuesday morning at 1030 o clock The call for the meeting has been issued by the secretary Dr W F Hlckle of lIubble The session will be held at the St Asaph Hotel and an unusually Interesting program has been prepared Dr M tL Phlllrptl will read a paper on Pneumonia and Dr W J Chlldroas of Hustonville will speak on Summer Complaints of Children A full attendance of the members of the society is requested Bank Robbers In Civil War Days Said to Have Buried Money Edward Flaig the Danville jeweler has solved tho mystery surrounding the discovery of a box containing several gold coins in DIx river near Kings Mill last week Mr FlaIg states that for years it has been known that several boxes of gpld and silver coin were buried in the vlcln ity of the old mill dam says the Advo cote Many attempts have been made to find tho treasure and In years gone by hundreds of fortune seekers have dug into the earth Mr Flaig says that prior to the Civil War this section of the state was infested with notorious bank robbers and that the bank at Nlcholasvillo was robbed Citizens pur sued the robbers into Dix river cliffs There trace was lost of them Some years later ono of the robbers on his death bed at Lexington said that he was a member of the gang and that on box of the money wee hid in tho Kings mill dam and that other boxes wore buried on the bank of tho river Many efforts have been made to locate the money since the confessed robber made the dying statement and that found by George Kelly is said to have been the first part of the rich treasure so far unearthed ITCH RELIEVED AT ONCE That terrible itch disappears with the First Drops of a simple compound of oil of wintergreen thymol and glycerine mixed in D D D Prescription This soothing healing lotion used external ly kills the eczema germ instantly Heretofore the D D D remedy has been sold only in 1 bottles Ibut as a special offer any sufferer in this town who has never tried D D D can try this remedy in a special bottle a WeJt CHRISTY SHOWSTRANDEDI HERE Players Take Paraphernalia For Pay And Give a Benefit Performance Here The G W Christy Show which came here last Saturday from Mt Vernon stranded after playing hero two nights and Christy turned over the show for tho benefit of the performers A bene fit performance was given Wednesday night at which sufficient funds were raised to enablo most of the show peo pie to get out of town Most of them went to Lancaster to givo a performance in effort to ralso more fund but somo struck out for Cincinnati The show possessed some exception ally good talent and seemed handicapped by lack of capitol and bad management It started from Atlanta sev eral months ago and did well for a while but lately the players say they had not been receiving their salaries and tho owner gave them his I O Us for the remainder They found difficulty in negotiating these for board so ho turned over tho show to them The members of the troupe were C G Frye agent Frank Gamble a cowboy Madame Stickney and her perform ing dogs the Armstrong family the stars of the show and Biggs and Rem ey a comedy sketch team New Barbershop ITo Be Opened at Crab Orchard By G C LutesIG C Lutes who has heen living in Nebraska for the past six year has returned to Lincoln declaring that old Kentucky is good enough for him HeI hos decided to locate at Crab Orchard and open up a first class barber shop and bath rooms in that thriving little burgMr Lutes was in Stanford Thursday and bought a number of fixtures from W K Warner for the uptodate es tablishment he will open He said he didnt think his patrons wonld be whol IV satisfied unless they had the Interior Journal to read so ordered it sent to shopMr is a cousin of the Lutes in this part of the county and is a hustling young fellow Delicate Operation On Crab Orchard Patient Proves Decided Success Dr L F Jones and C H Robbins of Crab Orchard were here Thursday with Dr J G Carpenter Tho two medical then performed a delicate operation for tuberculosis of a bone upon Mr Robbins a few weeks ago and he is making a nice recovery the opera tion having been a success in every way Mr Robbins was one of the very few men in the East End who did not subscribe for the INTERIOR JOURNAL He said that ho couldnt do without it any longer however so ordered it to make its twice a week visits to his homeDr Jones is regarded as one of tho foremost young physicians in this part of the state He is a coming man said Dr Carpenter speaking of him to the I J MoffettMcMullen Beautiful Ceremony Solemnized At Lebanon This Week Rev J R McMullen of Nashville formerly a professor in the city schools here and Miss Emma IL daughter of Rev A S Moffdtt D D formerly poster of the Presbyterian church here were married at Lebanon Wednesday evening Dr Moffett performed the ceremony assisted by Rev J C Mc Mullen father of tho groom The cer emony was a beautiful one and was peculiarly of tho clergy for all of the attendants of tho groom were clergy men and the bridesmaids were nearly all daughters of ministers of the gospel The grooms best man was Rev G C Beanland of the Presbyterian Semin ary Louisville his other groomsmen being Rev Cary Blain of Hustonville Rev Crenshaw of Arkansas Rev J Rockwell Smith of Lebanon and Rev A A Higgins of Glasgow The bridesI attendants wero Misses Kittle and Net tlo McMullen sisters of the groom her own sisters Miss May Craig and Mar I tha Paxton Moffett and Miss Turner of Nqrth Carolina who is a daugh ter ofa deacon in the Presbyterian partytchurch I September they will go to China as I raiaslonrries WOMANS CLUB NAMES COMMITTEES To Carry Out Extensive Work PlannedMrs Dickey Reports On Frankfort Meeting The Womans ImprovementClub met Wednesday afternoon and although onI ly a few of the members were present a very profitable afternoon was spent Mrs Dickey has lust returned from the State Federation meeting in Frankfort a account of the meetingIBesides the regular business of the club the following committees were appointed and work outlined for each Civic Committee ChalrmanMrsI W A Tribble Mesdames J H Baugh man J H Shanks J S Owsley Misses Kato Alcorn Sara Baughman Work of committee 1 Cleaning up days for city 2 Rest room and library 3 Suppression of dust 4 Walk opened up to cemetery Health CommitteeMesdames J G Carpenter G G Perry E J Brown- C Fowler W B OBannon Lelia Cook Dr J F Peyton Work of Committee1 Anti epitting ordinance 2 Tuberculosis education 3 Suppression of all diseases 4 Pre vention Protection 5 Lectures before the cliib 6 Mothers meetings Educational Committee Mesdames J W Ireland J B Paxton T D Ra ney Henry Phillips Misses Bettie Pax ton Annie McKinney Work of committee 1 Public library 2 A safe and sane Fourth 3 Lecture courseMusic Committee Mesdames D M Walker J G Carpentar W A Trib ble J W Ireland Miss Lou Ella White Work of committee 1 Music for the club programs 2 Musical entertain mentsLiterary committee Mesdames W G Withers W A Tribble W 0 Walker Miss Claudia Eaton Work of committeeTo report cur rent events 2 Select a reading course 3 Secure a class in expression to be taught in the school or as private les sonsCivil service committee Mesdames Lelia Cook Wilt Tucker Katherine Wearen J J Dickey Adelia Woods Work of committee Visiting schools county poor house court house jail etci Looking after the sanitary condi tion of lame Religion and morals Mesdames J J Dickey Lelia Cook P M McRoberts W H Wearen J W Alcorn Lulu Fowle Adelia Woods J T Embry C E Tate J C McClary Work of committee 1 Curfew for children 2 War on white slave traffic 3 Social purity 4 Clean entertainments 5 Suppression of drug habit 6 Suppression of cigarette habit 7 Ev ery Sunday church going Press committee Mesdmes Shelton Saufley W G Withers JN Saunders Work of committee 1 Prepare arti cles for press such as club news for local paper 2 Printing of program for regular monthly meeting Journal 3 Printing of book Executive commltteePrealdent- Mrs J J Dickey Vice President Mrs Lelia Cook Treasurer Mrs Wm Wearen Secretary Mrs P M Mc RobertsWork of committee 1 Usual work of such officers 2 To assist all the dif ferent departments in their work 3 To make up tho year book of programs with the help of all the chairmen of committees Short Local News NIce line of ruga and druggets jus received W A Tribble e IF you want a pair of slippers or low cut shoes try the Country Store JUST what you inastraw hat at the Country Store FOR SALE Bird pups i T B Mont gomery Crab Orchard EVERYTHING in mensshirts at the Country Store Zephyrweight rain l coats Just the thing Cummins Wearen BUY your wife a good sharp hoe to work the garden with at the Country Store LOSTBlack plume between Stanford and Danville on Shelby City pike Reward for return to this office The name of J W Williams was in advertently omitted from the list of dl rectors of the State Bank Trust Com pany given In last issue Mr Bob tho Junior play had a good house and was well received when It played at Hustonville last week Silk socks for 60 etCummins WeareneSJ New patterns in Cluet SMrti at Cummins Weareas Shelby City Young Man Dies In Lebanon HospitalLive News From The Junction JUNCTION CITY June 10 John Figg of Shelby City aged 32 died Sunday night at Lebanon in the McChord Hospital of a tumor He was oneof our most industrious and honora ble citizens His funeral was preached by Rev Wyatt Montgomery of MoreI land Mr Flgg was a member of the Christian church He was buried onI Tuesday in the Junction City cemetery the Maccabees with whom he had 1000 insurance He leaves a wife two boys and a little girlIMr Martini Bartell one of our bestI citizens has been very ill for the past two weeks Robert Lingle who has been in theJ McChord Hospital for the past monthI returned home Monday He was hit by a base ball which caused his trouc bleMrs Geffinger and daughter Missc Hazel of Harrodsburg are guests ofI her daughter Mrs Louis Kreimer Mr Ely our new blacksmith has al most completed a neat cottage on the old Vandiver place east of Mr Coxs residenceI ed his hotel with new iron bedsteads mattresses etc He has also received a hogshead of new dishes He will paint the building which has suffered from fires on three different sides from the Dick Hotel south to the Curry Grocery Co north and the Tribble Houso on the east Judd Phillips of Liberty formerly of this place was here a few days ago seeing old friends Mr and Mrs Ed Needham have re turned with their daughter MissJSabl na from a visit to DoonevllleIMrs Edward Taylor of Lexington has been the guest of her sister Mrs Dr Chase the past weekIGrady Lewis had eight or ten men and boys setting out his seven acres of tobacco in the old stave factory lot this weekIA Reynolds first story of the new Tribble House raised Mr High is the foremanISam Moore our Pierpont Morgan hasI purchased the Hiram Johnson farm near Bowen for 75 per acre There are apout 130 acres Mr and Mrs Wm Connett of Cin cinnati and Ei C Looney of Danville attended the funeral of Mr John Figg Tuesday Mrs G D McCullum Miss Ruth McCullum and Mrs Wm Trosper at tended the C W B M meeting at Danville at which Mrs McCullum act ed as hostess There are over 25 men and boys from our two towns who go to Danville to work on the railroad as carpenters eve ry day or night It seems that there is work for an automobile line from here to Danville Prof E L Grubbs attended the al umni banquet of Centre College Thurs day He graduated there 21 years ago but met not a one of his old class and but few of his college mates as only about 75 of the several hundred alum ni were present The aim of Dr Bin itt the president is to raise 168000 by July 1 1911 to build more buildings and add to the endowment Drug Clerks Fearful Error H H Morton a well known Louis ville drummer died almost instantly i Atlantic Iowa when a drug clerk gav him formaldehyde instead ofa drink of water for which he called The lobetbeing placed on the bottle containing the poison Sunday Services Rev Morgan will preach at the Neal Creek church Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock Markets ICincinnati June 10Cattlo Receip 600 market quiet and steady fair t good shippers 640 to 750 common 225 to 450 HogsReceipts 2841 market steady to strong butchers and shippers 9 60 to 965 common common 875 to 9 65 SheepReceipts 1772 market steady 2 50 to 475 LambsMarket steady 4 to 9c STATS or OHIO ctrr or TOLEDO t asLUCAS COUNTY FBJUOC j cxtNir makes OAlh11Ia be Is tenter artner of the firm ol F J CHINIT A Co dollle utinm la the ol Toledo County and Btato ONE HUN REDtDOLLARSwlforpue hi ndevvt cannot be cured by too UM ot FRANK J CHENEY CUItGI jubcxribcd In my prcenc 0 D 1194 A W QLEASOK- I autr NoTAtt PUBLIC I UalTi Catarrh Cure It taken Internally and arts directly upon the blood and mucous iurtact ot too fyitem Send tor trttlnoolata tree F 1 CHENEY t CO Toledo O Sold br all Drurtuta ticJ Tate HAITI Family Fills tor eoutlpaUou THREE DEATHS AT CRAB ORCHARD Two Well Known Farmers and Prominent Woman Pass Away Other Late News Crab Orchard June 10 Shelton Blankenship formerly a magistrate of Lincoln county and one the best known farmers In this section died at his home near here Wednesday as a result of a paralytic stroke which he suffered Sunday MrBlank enshlp was 74 years of age and the weight of years was too heavy for him throw off this attack upon tired na tureMr Blankenship is survived by his wife and several children He was a faithful and earnest memberCof the repubIIcan citizenF Martin another respected citizen of tho same community passed away early in tho week of pneumonia He was 63 years old and Is survived by his wife and ten children Mr Martin was a consistent member of the Baptist church and a well known and pro gressive farmer He was buried here TuesdayIt becomes our sad duty to chron icle the death of Mrs Collier wife of Judge P D Collier which occurred at her home at 10 a m June 7 She had been in our midst only a few months having been married to Judge Collier last December Our acquaintance with her was limited yet we found her a re fined and most excellent Christian wo man calculated to wield an influence for good among all with whom she came in contact Her remains were taken to Millersburg Wednesday for burial ac companied by her husband and friends The family of Mr Jack Davis receiv a telegram conveying the sad news tho death of the wife of George Davis son of Jack Davis Mr Davis friends will remember that he moved with his family to Illinois a few years ago The remains were taken to Lan caster for intermentrHon P M McRoberts and Judge M l Saufley were visitors in our town this week Mr and Mrs J F Cummins and Mrs J S Rice drove up from Stanford in Mr Cummins auto and were guests of Mr and Mrs J F Holdam The many friends of Miss Ila Holdam may be glad to know she has graduated as a trained nurse from the training f school at Chicago She had the compli ment conferred upon upon her by being selected to deliver a response to the doctors addresses to the graduates 1 She was also tendered the position of t assistant superintendent in the Michael Reese Hospital which she accepted We send congratulations and wish for her success in every way Miss Anna Boyle of Louisville is visiting her grandparents Col andtMrs Guest Mrs Mamie Perkins and little daugh tern and Miss Sallie McWhorter have returned from Berea where they visited relatives and attended the com mencement exercises of Berea College Rev Smith of Louisville an evangelist is here for a short time to recuperate Mr Brodhead has been visiting his brother Evan Wheeldon Mrs George B Lyne has returned from a delightful visit to her mother at Hawesville nMiss Elizabeth Payne continues quite illo Folding Machine Installed in I J Office a Great Labor Saver Determined not to be behind the prd theInew Eclipse folding machine and after having been folded for 40 years by hand the papers will now bo folded by machine The machine folds an average of about a paper a second very much faster than two or three men can J Ino vited to come up any press tee it in operation 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 No8 My sister had consump ton he writes she was very thinIand pale had no appetite and seemed to grow weaker every day as all rem edies failed till Dr Kings New Dis completelyeA led with a cough since Its the medicine I ever saw or heard of bestJcoughs colds la grippe asthma hemorrhage all bronchial troubles has no 50c and El trial bottles l free Guaranteed by G L Penny t I 1 c if IPAGE TwoTHEINTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JUN10th 19ie TilE INTERIOR JOURNALTi Established 1872 t 1EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At fl Per Year In Advanccw and SH ELTON SAUFLEY Publlthtr Entered at the Post Office at Stan rJford Ky as Second Class mall DULL indeed must be he to whom the r editorial page of the Lexington Herald r is not instructive and a pleasure Edi tor Breckinridge always says some thing when he takes his pen in hand ed while Waltons Wit and Wisdom 1andthe State Press column of our be loved former preceptor add a dash of I tIgplce and well complement the long It leaders The Herald was never a bet r ter newspaper than it is today ItaIfr I news columns well balance the bril liancy of its editorial page and show a the direction of a master hand More I over itsrefreshing to be able to read J political news in the Herald with the assurance that it is not cleverly colored to protect or pander to somebodys po N ofUtical nigger in the woodpile This is a feature which places the Herald in an r almost isolated position in the forefront of Kentuckys daily newspapers and cannot be too strongly appreciated by the public Congressman Swager Sherley of Louisville defeated State SenatorNew comb for the democratic nomination in Louisville in the primary by a majority c of about 2600 Bob Thomas was given a deserved renomination in the Third Harvey Helm is certain to go back to Washington from here Now if the Seventh district will only send Claude 1 rl Thomas to Congress instead of Cnmp I N Jell Cantrill the tone of Kentucky delegation will be greatly 1F That is if Powers dont go from l Eleventh TilE Frankfort News capitol dedica tion number was a daisy and fullv de serves the compliments being shower cd upon it However the News butt M p lived up to its reputation of being o of the very best dailies printed any where r 4 iTwoMore Join The 3 I J Happy Famiy Miss Lou Grant at Lancaster and l fc GrpProf E L Grubbs representing Junc It i City and Shelby City have joined the happy family of Interior Journal ists The L J wants a corresponden from every postolfice in the county and in neighboring counties where the pa per circulates extensively who wil send in a news letter once a week Stamps and stationery will be furnish I J ed to all who wish to join if your com munity is not already represented am 1 t there may be some other good thing for the Happy Family a little later on It SKings Mountain Misses Bertha Gooch and Ida Sw ceo ney went to Cincinnati Sunday to I visit their brother Mr Itoe Gooch Miss Efile Young of 1118 land Is visiting Mrs J W Acton Allse Anna Uqbch has return I Irom J ranklln where she has been business John Rowland IB vlsltt his brothel in Grant county I- l Eliza Thompson of Eubanks is visit lug her sister Mrs Albert Lon Mrs Kttte Cox has returned to her I home In Covington I The Enormous Profits In Fire Insuran rOver 70000000 was paid In 1907 foreign insurance companies doing bu- w iness in the United States owing y lack of sufficient large American panies and thousands of firms are st unabla to obtain enough insurance There is no good reason why the United J States and particularly the South west should not provide their own fl- f insurance capital and own the strong I r est companies when the field is so profitable and so unlimited Glens Falls Insurance Company stock par value 10 sold in March on Newt York Stock Exchange for 1500 The Fire Association of Philadelphia par 50 recently sold for 315 and has paid a forty per cent dividend for many yearsThe Continental Fire Insurance Company of New York par 100 sold recently for over 1500 and it has in ten years dividends of 3000000 1000000 capital in addition to passing I large sums to surplus It has made a profit of 800 per cent in ten years I Westchester 10 par value recently sold for 48106 The Firemens Insurance Company of Newark N J with a capital and surplus of nearly 3000 000 represents an original investment of stockholders of only 160000 l Mr J S Darnell representing t I organization of the Henry Clay Firo Insurance Company of Lexington willi bo in the city JuneJL for several day a and will he glad to interest our people 4 with some stock In the Henry v I rI I t I I HOUSEHOLD CARES The Women of Stanford The Same as Elsewhere Hard to attend to household duties a constantly aching back A woman should not have a bad back she wouldnt if her kidneys were wellDoans Kidney Pills make well kidneys Stanford women should profit by the following experience Mrs J W Pumphrey Danville St Lancaster Ky says My experience with Doans Kidney Pills leads me to believe that they are all that is claim for them I suffered a great deal from backache and at night did not sleep well On several occasions my back became so painful and weak that could not attend to my house work Being advised to give Doans Kidney Pills a trial I did so They helped me the first and had I continued them enough I believe they would have effected a cure I was compelled to discontinue their use for some time but am now taking them again and I bo lIeve they will soon rid me entirely of the troubleIt For sale byall dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo Y sole agents for the United StatesRemember the nameDoansandt- ake no other IF YOU WANT TO tiePLEASE THE WIFE secure a fire insurance policy your home and furniture Then shell quit worrying about what you and she would do if anything should happen For she does worry and yourfiethings remain uninsured Have us issue you a policy today and you will please her mightily Fish Pennington Stanford Hy Phone 200 JARTISTIC shades in our ready nixed colors For durablity and uniform high Thilk you Its edThen do a little actual pointing Inwith a small sample from curate ngand watch results Youll antis- Igs that you can buy no bet er paint for the money anywhere Let Igour paint talk AA ALLEN Stanford Ky Gladcewrites Mrs Ethel Newlin toof Liberty Center Ind that I began to take Car lodui for it has cured me I will never forget it illI cannot praise Cardul highly for what it did beganto greatr105 pounds w Now I have a good color do not suffer and weigh 125 Ibs IC 55 ITakett CARDUI The Womans Tonic Beware of strong nox onsous mineral drugs that systemlikea basin of water vegetable poisonous minerals or drugsIt safe and harmless for use by old hoand young and may be as a tonic for posslbee I AUTOMOBILESSUPPLIES AGENTS FO- RFlanders 20 75O E M F 30 1250 Haynesft 2000 + BaKer Electric 2000 to 4000Studebaker Garford to 6obo If interested Phone us Bell 24 and we will gladly give you demonstrationDanville Coal CoDamlIle K t nearpure of our Coffee as a of our at the E list WeH HICG1NS r- on Stanford Kentucky J DONT RUN ENTIREtY OUT or Uaagnmane Fancy Patent No 1 flour a new sack when the old one is nearly gone Then there will be no Interruption of the fine baking that Baughmans Fancy latent No1 Hour helps you to do tried Baughmans Hour yet Then you certainly should do BO at once All the best bakers In the clty are It right along J H Baughman Co I A W CURD AUCTIONEER I Bur ln Kentuclty i3chooftIn tbe bill cattle stock Yard Chicago wnero we told torn thoroughbreds at ai HJUO Alto In horse sniff whore 80 sales were made each day Auctioneering lis science and I has1 e studlvd It Idea See or phone me I mstealeLoverndvantugerIliUNEfb R Harry JacobsDealer In Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Marker slid Poets Demeter and Lawn Vaiei and QfflcQ and works McKinney Ky Spring Summer Stock Uave your measure taken by a tailor ot ox penance Then your clothes whetbern low price suit or tln lt evening clothes will have that Individuality and Indicate they were to mtopatecoats and overcoat samples on hand ready for your Inspection a 0 nUPLBY TheTailor Stanford Ky IMASONS MEET FtA M will meet In tinted communication on each tint nnd third Monday nights ofeach month at 730 oclock In their hall on main ttreeet Stanford Ky Members of sister lodges are fra ternally Invited to be present T W Pen olngton Sec L N TIME TABLE No 21 Mouth 1136 PM No 53Houth Meb A X No 24 North UfO A X No M North B49 P M No 27 1029 AM No8S40r M JOS S RICE Agent A TRIBBLEFurniture and Undertaking I Day 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford Kentucky Well Explain The Dif ference Between The Various Blends Of Coffee Tea etc If You Desire But people who come here regularly for their groceries have come to rely on us when we say an article is nil right1 We dont the kind groceries Try sample grocery service Chase Sanborn Coffees stand head of the Very Respt Order Havent using Monu ments Settees nt- which made W Phone handle Bring Your Produce To Us We hue opened a produce howe oa Sou end ttrret sad will pay the highest mulct price for all kinds of country ut your uffiMiO BASTIN lie CO- Stanford Ky BLACKSMITHING 1 Ilrlng your Blackimilhlng and general repair work to me Hone shoeing tie oppositePhillipsJAMES imACKETT Stanford Ky JLBeazleyCo I Undertaken and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur I TheywrilJill Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right I rA FORD KEN TUCK Y CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE- I can furnish the pumio with the beet aI well as the freshest of cut flowers plants ot all kinds bulbs potted flower on shore wrIJatbltor allklndlpricesO11R1STJtANOiIgI IIOUHEB ED JlCllllAltD IBOIt Stanford K- yCONCRETING conerettagand In fact we can make any thing from p house down to a fence OltWe can aerve you promptly and guarantee flrst class pricesbeforePHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky J J BELDEN For house carriage and sin pointing deco ratlveYaJMIr hanKlng aUa buggy trJllllnlng as tops recovered curtains rind boots made HtopoverAldrldaesblack KyhoneJ J DELDEN Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell prlvatelymy stock of Uro cerlca and Hardware Doing a good bUll Invoice about 2CAJO Reason lihealth QEO D HOPPKtt Btnnford Ky f When Hungry GOTO artona Heitaurant Lancaster Street Stanford X Meals served at all hours up to 11 ao p x nut place lu vnfor a good quick meal looking to suit our customers our specialty Splendid new line of fancy Groceries lot OofTee Bnndwlche pie flutter milk and sweet milk etc at all timer Wa A CARSON Prop 0 Shoes For The Laboreri i I 0 0OS m The one person who needs and o must have the best is the man = who labors comfortable feet M and as dry as possible Our line of MENZIES SHOES is today obelieve I ter than most manufacturers put upIand remains so under hardser t vice A shoe that seldom if ever git rips at seam or sole both we re i pair at our expense any timeI Most work shoes are made over g stubby ugly lasts but not so with 0 the Menzies They are made gover genteel lasts plain and cap g g toe tan and black heavy or light sole at 3 to 350rI i H J McROBERTS I u 0- QO O O O 00OOOOO OQ O OOOC0606e B3BBBBB3BBBBBB3B iQ L Penny R H CofTcy E R Coleman IPaWill make hens lay cure them 1 of diKoMJ and keep them in JS1 goo l thriity condition mThe increase in the number of eggs laid will more than juty 131for mmll oxi nse of feedingeis soldat Pennys Drug rnbiers i1S I PENNYS Stanford DRUG Kentucky TORE I- m mJIJsJIJSJIlI Detroit Vapor The Latest In j68fl OIL STOVES jAbsolutely Wickless No As rwThe Very Thing for fSummer CookingR Makes life in the kitchten endurable in j- r weatheriCEO H FARRIS l I I When You Have Erc nee t I To SellJCall H B Northcott Y Stino1fKy ThonelSS THURMAN TUDOR Manager t i JfTJNE10th tale THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KYPAGETHREE i s9 1 fKIbAY SATURDAY MONDAY J JUNE I re Ee raaratIays At this store Remnants of silks dress goods wash goods laces hamburgs ribbons and mattings I f L tc SEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky I NtiEDLESBobbins and Shu ttles fo nil sewing at Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS V C V Gentry has been suffering for tome days with rheuaaatlsm Luella White is the guest of 14friends at Paint Lick A8 C Dinwiddie of Huston le was hero Wednesday on business f Mrs F P Jones and young son of loulSville ate the guesU of Miss Sara Baughman Miss Susan Fisher Woods is visiting her sister Mrs S M Allen at Millers burg Will Bullock has returned from a severaltleyestay at his home In Leb anon Ensign Caswell Saufley left for Phil adelphia Thursday to report for duty on the battleship Kansas John Mctcalfe son of Editor C W Metcalfc of the Pinevlllo Sun was here a few hours Thursday en route home from Danville where he has been attending college rho Ladles Aid Society of the Chris clan church will meet in tho lecture room of the church next Tuesday af ternoon at 230 oclock Will Jennie Skldmoro has returned home from London where she has been attending the Sue Bennett Memorial Institute Latcher Grinstead a former Stan ford boy who is representing the Salt fjr Shoe Co of Cincinnati was here f this week lion W I Williams of Lancaster who has not attended Centre College commencement exercises since hegrad uitcd 13 years ago attended the exer cises and alumni banquet at Danvillo e a It S Lytle was in town Wednesday Mrs M J Adams is here from HUB yule with Miss Frances Adams who is still Iii but is somewhat ImprovedI John Owsley Held and Bourne attended the Beta banquet at Danville Tuesday night Mrs Mattie Milton of Louisville Is the gutat of Prof and Mrs J W IrelandMrs G W Drown and children re turned to Corbin after a visit to her nephew W 0 Martin MIKS Lou J Urant and Mrs Price of Lancaster were guests Dr cud Mrs A H Price this week Pretty Miss Annie Dunn of Uusto ville is the guest of her sister Mrs Daniel Traylor ReV S M Logan of Wilmore joined his family at Judge Saufleys Thurs dayMisses Bottle Paxton and Elizabeth Higgins attended the MofIett McMull wedding at Lebanon Wednesday nigh- Anse Sophia Alcorn is at homo fro D tnviile whore she has just finished very successful year in charge of a department at the School for the Deaf Miss Effie Dye and mother of McKinney were the guests of Mrs Be III Barnett E P Owsley arrived on Wednesday from Columbus Ga to join his wife who has been in Ketttucky for several weeksMr Jefry Adorns of Hustonviilc spent yesterday with his brother J Jcocher Adams tho druggist He was met here by his niece Miss Elizabeth Adams of Greenville Texas who ac oropanied him to Iluitonvillo for a Islttoher relatives Danville Advo ate Q ft Q tit Q G Q H H HiJ e Vol H t f- o 0- i Boys of All Sizes allCan find everything they wear at our store he at ed i r I a I I from l to S25 Shoes oxfords sandals a iiandtennis shoes waists tics collars and r poros knit union suit two piece un f- Q derwear g- Iif You can dress the boy from head to foot for a small price a I 1- b iCb f I r y st Cummins Wearen fz STANFORD KENTUCKY tiFIiHHtHtHHil e H W P Grimes is visiting relatives i Kansas City and other western pointsnI Mrs D D Carter is confined to er mumpsMlae Lancaster IE hereIand Raymond visiting friends Wednesday Misses Pauline and Margaret Hocker went to Lexington this week to visit the family of Mr John DeeringIMiss Nora Enoch of rived today to be the guest of Mrs J rH Baughmah Miss Fannie Young has returned t her home at Highland from Richmond- n where she attended school Miss Minnie Rupley has returned home from St Auguotlne Fla where she taught last term I Rev A A Higgins was at home few days this week from Glasgow W B B McKinney is the latest sur- D ferer with the mumps ine I i e ill and her friends are very uneasy over her condition taMlsa Mary Walker Higgins will en tertain in honor of her guest Miss Mar I the Jones of Kansas City on the 10th from 4 to 6 i Garrard Man Paroled j The State Board of Prison Commis sioners reaicased from the penitentiary on parole Ollie Ball sent from Garrard county for five years for horse stealing He had served about two years of his term and was paroled because his prison record was good and he is dying of con sumptionnCures dizzy spells tired feelings j stomach and liver troubles well all summer Thats what 1I01lls1t ters Rocky Mountain Tea will do Try and you will always buy it 35 cents j or Tablets Shugars Tauner Good News For Teachers Superintendent Singleton says that Is now ready to pay the teachers but it being the last payment they will have to come In and receipt for their money SPRING cleaners can secure the finest paper In the world to go under carpets mattlngs etc at the very lowest price the INTERIOR JOURNAL office Alto lots of nice clean papers for shelves etc E D Ends the local tinnejr and plumber sold to H J McRoberts Mon day one of the nicest bath outfits in town which he hopes to have conplet by the last of the week t WANTED A good saCcoJ C Florence heists a Difference If your Pass aro Artistically Decorated the HOUSE becomes a HOME ana iENRY BOSCH COMPANYS Nc rt4 iEriattite- Coia to of W1 11 PAPERS Vt vok the clwns + at en ex pert e irca more ruMtruto than u IH tccurcj clsetviiorc A ixwttl curd will bring tho Sam iIairolnakton coinliemidi at you IHmitu without tho t htcstobu fjtion to purchase JAMES MUNDY Painter and paperhanger Stanford Livingston Leete grivi LlvIingaton CatoIchurcljpm are beIeHubble The rain Saturday eve made a good tobacco season Tobacco plants are In demand Frank Sloan and Miss Mabel Ran ataMcIechIIto Korea Tuesday L P Weaver over to Lexington Monday Itev E H Pierce was visiting In this neighborhood recently Mrs F F Fitzgerald Is quite sick IA P Sloan sold James Hatcher a lot nt turn at 1350 per barrel He a- lI sold a colt to UC GIvens for 100 Childrens Day will be observed at EverybodyInvited Hustonville Tho Ladies Aid Society of the Hus tonvillo Christian church will give their play entitled A Friday Afternoon at the Village School on Thursday nghtjJune 16 1910 Come if you whole hours of real fun There is not a I let up in the entire play begin t ing with Sam McKinney and ending with a comic song by the school The boys will be dressed in knee trousers blouses and the girls in quaint coo with their hair braided in schoolgirl fashion You will what to hear Grit Rifles essay and Frank Norths speech The musical given in connec ion with the play will surpass anything ever given In fit Ttonville Reserved seats at Riflfes store Admission 35c fie and 15c Mary Walton Beautifully Entertains on Her Eighth Birthday I Lexington Herald mItieWalton entertained yesterday afternoon with a to celebrate her eighth birthdaytThe colors were pink and white and the home which was thrown open for ho reception of the young guests was decorated with plants and carnations i The happy hours were spent on the lawn and in the house were several in foresting games In one BusterI Brown which afforded there were two prizes awarded A oterie with seal and wrapper was papI en to the girl and a dime and penny purse to the boy the luckiest in the contest Balancing of peanuts on a knife was also lots of fun and two priz j es a pretty fan forThe girls and a pop gun for the boys were also awarded During the afternoon the birthday feast was enjoyed in tho dining rooms the IIvases IItieplace little d llsol1 cakes of sweet chocolate for the girls and tiny golf ticks tied in with chocolate cigarettes for the boys I The afternoon will long be remem bered with muchpleasure there were good wishes for many happy returns of the day and she was remembered with many gifts The little hostess wore a pretty white frock and was assisted by her parents and her brothers William and Owsley Walton 01 ten heim f Mrs b M Chandler has returned from Klrksvile where she has bonn on a visit to her daughter Mis Charles Kerr who has been serious ly ur but who Is now much better Klmore Slier and wife of Parlsaro visiting relatives In this section rcnucs1see 10 II 13 04 Notes and Accounts CollectedN We collect notes and accounts anywhere in theJUnlted States No kindsBank r n MAYS COLLECTION N I WOODSON MAY Mgrli Somerset Kentucky ncutly Mrs J D Morgan who has been la very poor health for some time Is no better Prf Leslie Andersn has returned to Smerset nfterr a week or ten days vacation with his parents and friends Tobacco plants seem to be very scarce in this section owing to the de mand for them Several tobacco area have lost plants through theft T L Tucker lost a valuable ware from colic There is a general complaint about late gardens owing to the eicfome rains and cool weather Mrs Wm Dyehouse was visiting in the Dripping Springs section this week For CoughsTake This seventyyears takethethe treatment of all throat and lung troubles Ask adviCeNo tarather 1 1Odd ooisaa I IYou will need a pair of light pants this summer Wejhave a large assortment of peg tops for the young men and a regular cut for the older men T If qt- e W E PERKINS 18 1 CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY I L JI IL MartinIR Hughes T W Humble W O Umbrellas We call your special attention to our black silk umbrella with mission handles the best values we have ever f a regular 3 value for Iseen 2Iabeautiful line of Price from one to five dollars Isols I l and see them I I t I IHUGHESLSTANFORDKENTUCKY tfi t I a- PACE FOUR THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY JUNE lOtfi 1010 i FAMOUS DOCTOR- SPRESCRIPTIONJt ERU POP P YSPEPSI AtARRNOFSTOM id Sale I t ICommissioners of the Lin l com Circuit Court rendered at its Feb I ruary term 1910 in the case of Lucias Perkins plaintiff vs W J Edmiston- et a l defendants I will on MONDAY JUNE 13th 1910 County Court day at about 1 oclock highI on tho north by the Chappells Gap pike on the east by tho landa of W Eo Perkins on the south by Elm street on the west by the lands of Jnne Buch anan and containing twelve acres of this sale is to satisfy the plaintiff for the sum 1l8SI interest thereon at the cent from January 10th interest an the further sum of YS5 tho of this action t Said laud will be Sold on a credit of six moatngF and the purchaser will be jTquhrrt to execute bonds for tho purchase price payable to me as Com missioner bearing interest from the day of sale at the rate of six per cent per annum with good andapproved personal security and further a retained on the land II It SAUFLEY MCLCC K S Alcorn Atty- Commissioners Sale In obedience to a judgment of the Lioceto Circuit Court rendered at the May tm 1910 in the action of Moses Stewrt hirs against Moses Stew arts beke the undersigned commis siooes will on JUNE 13th 1910 1MONDAY in front of the court Ky offer for to the highest and test bidder on a credit of six months the tract of land about eight miles from Crab Orchard in Lincoln county Ky and bounded thus Felim Ing at a hickory and buckeye tandmg in the old line thence N 60 i E 146 poles to two white oaks thence N SOW 1096 poles to a chestnut and poplar thence N 60 W 146 poles to- W two fonts thence S 30 E l09i poles to acresI ion of the proceeds among the theirs of lloseff Stewart The purchaser will be required to ex I ate bend with good security for the parehsee price payable to the com i BiMianetv bearing 6 per cent interest thIG ared1 By lien on thb land H K SAUFLEY M C LC C J B Paxton Atty for PltffIBanks On Sure Ill serer be without Dr Kings i New Life Pills again writes A Schin Beck 947 Elm street Buffalo N Y They cured me of chronic constipation wbe all all others Une qoakd for Billiousnesa Jaundice Indigestion Headache Chills Malaria Pennysr 11 jt Can Learn to it For it j i tt- J r a DEPARTMEITI nine 76 Seaond hand three inch wagon in good shape at a bargain Pence Bros Stanford We have for sale a McCormack bind er that has only been used to cut 40 acres of wheat and is in fine shape A bargain Pence Bros Stanford FOR SALESOW and pigs J T Bingaman Wanted to exchange a fiveyear old horse good driver and good worker for a young mare John New ell Hustonvllle it D No1 Will pay highest market price for 100 bushela or more bue grass seed H e Anderson Stanford 39 3- Tor saleSecond hand pony cart In good condllou J 11 Jackson It U 2 Stanford Ky 2U3 Tobacco plant bed for sale 9 by 100 feet At a bargain J Prank Smith K U No2 Stanford ua2 For Sale 100 foot tobacco bed A It Uobblns Stanford Phone 1GM EstrayA little old tousle headed sorrel mare with few gray hairs and spots about shoulders and neck show ing age and hard work Anyone notic ing such nag will confer a favor on a distracted family by notifying L M Lawrence by card Route 4 or Will Thompson by phone Kings Mountain Ky The fine show mare belonging to I C James the Ilveryman died this week from lung fever Mr James had refused 1000 for her She was shown at the Danville and Perry ville fairs last year and took a number of cow for sale Arthur Hill Stanford ESTRAYAn aged mare came to my place May 25 Owner can get same by paying for this ad and her keep Wat Geshem Moreland Wants To Help Some One For 30 years J F Boyer of Fertile Mo needed help and couldnt find itThats why he wants to help some one now Suffering 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 Im well and hearty Its also positively guaranteed for Liver Trouble Dyspep ala Blood Disorders Female Complaints and Malaria Try them 50c at Pen nys Drug Store POSTED fJKfA110 names appear below itrlotljr tresspastingolators to the full extent of the law ErosFredPluntmerWillJ W Baughman J W Peck J E Bruce David John Camentsch WmOordler iSSdorfJ liArOordlerRevMarggaretaoochJacobfflenderOeoOOjvens JuferAmendKT Beaitey AH Jfatheny MrsJBOwaleyM WatkinsJOHundleyMrs Nannie B Good o K McClure AndnrsonOnrr Anton Itonecker VonQruenlganT CarpenterWJohns Lee DHerleri FerrillWCarterEGoocbOUIOelnl OamenhchJam81 IOarterBMYieldeRMlis Mary Pepples W E Keeton J ames Meiser A LTliempion G WlWl H H wH i H H w HH i l i I Wi t The Feature of The Iii OVERLAND CARj t jl Is Its Simplicity JJ cart f 0 2 00Anyone Operates GearsIi Waynesburg Harrodsburg premiumsFRESH Winning WI Its the Auto for all the iWomanEasily as a Man Just Let us Prove this to Yousett tt y- jG P Cecil WalterDunn AGENTS 4Phone us For r Free Demonstration Danville Ky OGma Band at Moreland Organized by a McKinney Musi sician Ball Game Saturday McKINNEY Juno 10 James Dye was at Moreland Tuesday In the interest of a new band that is to be organized there Seems as though every town Is getting the band fever and tho more the merrier A good old fashioned band contest would bo a nice event this fall The farmers are all busy setting to bacco plants during this good season but there is a great scarcity of plants on account of tho continued cool weath er which will cut short much of this seasons crop Rev Coleman filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church Sun day preaching in his usual good style morning and evening- W A Coffey sold to Jones Fields of Maywood 119 lambs averaging over 75 pounds at 8c Can anyonogbeat It1 Ball game Saturday afternoon boo tween Moreland and McKinney will be played hero Miss Nora Rifle has returned from a two weeks visit to her brother and other friends at Ludlow JJ Durham was in Somerset last Wednesday on business Cleo Thomas has returned from a visit to his home in Phil Mr and Mrs W A Coffey enter tained Mr and Mrs Charles Coleman Rev Coleman Mr and Mrs Harry Jacobs and daughter Adah Mr Mack Mobley at an elaborate dinner Suuday in honor of Misses Bertha Whorton and Mary Jasper of Somerset They entertained tho McKinney Band and about twenty guests Monday evening and all reported a jolly good time The comet has come and gone and injured no one The Most High Rul oth Under His wise direction move the heavenly bodies It was not near so bright as the one in 1882 which the writer well remembers Prof Burck halter tho scientist said It is not absolutely certain nor anywhere near certain that the earth will pass thro the tail of they comet If tho tall is curved as the tails of comets usually are it is easily possible that the earth will pass under it after the 18th Well the professors forecast was correct The tall did not envelop the earth nor was there any display worth the name At Yerkes Observatory a slight shower of meteors was laid to the comet There were in different parts of the country many frightened ones some died of fright several com mitted suicide others became insane One man confessed to murder It is a good thing on such occasions to trus Jn God Thesad thing fe that many will become frightened oven some careless remark of a scientist ornpted man who will pay no regard to Gods solemn warning of great evils Comets have their regular courses the same as the other heavenly bodies and are con trolled by Him who doeth all things well A calamity ever present worse than any comet is sin But for that God has a remedy How to Lure Eczema Pimples And Dandtuff We desire to say that when we took the agency for Zemo we were convinc ed that it was a valuable remedy for eczema pimples and dandruff Yet we must frankly admit that Zemo has far exceeded our expectations as a treat ment for skin diseases We are pleas ed to state that we shall continue the agency as Zemo has given splendid reo suits wherever recommended Our cus tamers like Zemo too because it is a clean vegetable liquid for external use Zemo effects its cures by drawing to the surface of the skin and destroying the germ life that causes the disease leaving the skin clear and healthy It does not soil the clothing or linen anc can be used freely on infants With every purchase we give a look let on skin diseases explaining in simpli words how any person can be cured a home of any form of skin or scalp dit eases by this clean scientific remedy =L Penny Druggist Lightness With Strength is a feature of our road harness There is not an ounce of unneces sary weight but it is made so hon estly and strongly that it will stan any strain If your horse had th say he would choose one of these sets Why not act on that assumption J C McCLARY Stanford Ky Ends Winters Trouble 1 To many winter Is a season of trou ble The frostbitten toes and fingers chapped hands and lips chilblains cold sores red and roughskins prove this But such troubles fly before Uucklena Arnica Salve A trial convinces The greatest healer of Burns Boils Piles Cuts Sores Eczema and Sprains Only 25c at Pennys Drug Store Free Sample Aids Old Men The sudden change from years of activity of both body and mind to the quiet of years causes the h man system to undergo many changes chief of In the di organsIt and harder to get the regularlyIUIdler not only from the basic touble con headachebelchlnceating and similar annoyances It Is first openandas to et them to again do their work naturally A violent cathartic or purga harmrul Just I welL experImentIng convincedthatthen try Dr Catdwella Syrup Pepsin a laxatlvotunlarequirements of old people women and children and yet Is effective enough for handledIttury will sell you a bottle for fifty cents or one dollar but If you want to make moneysendsamplebottleThis remedy Is rapidly displacing alt other forms of medication for the euro of afomarh liver and Sycamore 3S N Notre Dame street South Bend thohoulethotamllypleasedtodesire for yourself or family to boweabsolutelyfree detaiLForname and address on a postal card or otherwise For either request the doctors address Is Dr W n Cald well It600 Cald well building MontlceUo ilL Sheriffs Sale Dy virtue of Execution No Sal directed to me which issued from the clerk office of the Lincoln circuit court to favor of Murphy Acton against John Jenkjtu I or one of my deputies on Monday the l3lh day of June Iglo between the hours of one and two oclock p m at the courthouse door in Stanford county of Lincoln stale of Kentucky expose to public sale to the the follow maybeplaintiffs debt interest and costes towit For 4635 7 45 costs and the costs of this action Tract of land in Lincoln co on the head waters of South Fork and containing 25 acres more or less and bounded by the lands of Mr Martin on the North Fast by the landsof Geo Cof fey South by the lands of Sam Vtugbt and West by the lands of Ed Murphy JosephiinkinsTermsSale will be made on a credit of three months bond with approved secur ity required bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from day ol sale and having the force and effect of a sale bond this aoth day of May 1010 W L MCARTY Sheriff L C 263 Fine Porcelain Bath Tub are put in by us when we equi opetof beauty when we have put in ope plumbing with nickel plated pipe and fixtures besides We do it a a reasonable cost It not only mean comfort but health W K WARNER Phone 188 Stanford Ky In Re Buna Vista Compton on Ap placation for Pardon Notice u hereby Ken that Buns Vista Coraplo renllenIiarybreaking haying been in the Uncoil Circuit Court will on the third day ofune 1910 make plication to the governor olthc- ommonwealth to pardon said Compton andr lest him from custody This day o May 1910 254 W V WILKINSON Barn Lumber For Sale 120000 feet of Boxing Sheeting Patei trade for Corn Hay or good Horses and Mules Prices on this very rea sonable for I want to sell Write me at once Respectfully- C J SIPPLE London Ky f t tr w r i sE wofr ii ave pi sirtsis j I e- ts e A new anti uptodate line of odd trousers and to make you look dressed with them you should wcllXt 1e cut Leather and Swede I i Clothing ll o When you buy cloth from us you can rest assured t nt you are i moreS S ever to- eshow you the new Milan Straw aroundbefore r ISAM STANFORD ROBINSON KY I0 Fj wKouse II WIScrecn Wire Cloth Cultivators Hoes and other farming implements r- rll1 L L SANDERS II Crab Orchard Kentucky iirs sssss c in and beet pens of Wo also do and Toed W E C sad on and Sold If Sell or Rent Us Write for But D In urnc Man s t KY Phone M Office M 3 Insure with me and be New 96 of At f I have feet of for barns and oth er at Call on me or write me for and tell me what you want and I can suit you I Ky Point ML j I hore for salon boy mare Mule 7 yeare old and 1100 Hound and cod worker Also bay uore a years old Works any where and ladle have been her She 1s sound and lea fair sad diet DUNN Hu tonvllle Ifyou have to nell the STOCK LINE Take to 1 Nunnelleys Yards He bupond sal a every in tho year except on your Boat market in the State with plcntr of ecil water covered outiido Louisville or Loxingtoa STANFORD KY general hitch MCARTYIW WALTON VPrw LRI1UGHES8T Stanford Real Estate Co Stanford HentucKyIFarms Town Property Handled Commission Stocks BondsIyou Have Property to Notify Circular to L R HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Tarns Nothing Insuranco Jesse Wearen The STANFORD Residence fully protected asD CARTERLlvorv Depot Stroot Phone STANFORD KENTUCKY 200000 Feet Lumber The Right Prices 200000 lumber suitable tobacco building purposes reasonable prices pricos WALKER OWENS PoniJo Shipping Vernon Stock For Sale weighs poundS driving URIAH anything New Stock Sunday firing stock business J Ce McClary 1 l V Undertaker and Embalmer STANFORD KY cmoo Phoni87 Home Phone H L PUBLIC SALE On Monday June 13th 1910 county court day I shall as agent of tho heirs of Marla Baughman deceased offer for sale at public In front of lthoj and lot situated on Water Works Street occupiedbydeath and is bounded on tho East by the old Mary Lytle property on the West by Georgia Sutton on the North by the right of way of tho L N on the t South by Water Works Street Terms of sale made known at the time the property Is offered for sale K S ALCORN Agent