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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): June 10, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 int1910061001_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 10, 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 XXXVII The Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 10. 1910. NO. 30 BRIDGE GOES DOWN UNDER BIG ENGINE! Somerset Street Brldtfc Unable To Support Speaks' Traction Enginc-II- is Hard Luck. Casey Kicked by a Horse. Couniy Youngster Badly Hurt Other Live News. (CHRISTY SHOW STRANDED HERE. WOMAN'S CLUB NAMES COMMITTEES Shelby City Young Man Dies In Lebanon HospitalLive News From The Junction. 10. John Ffgg, of Shelby City, aged 32, died Sunday night at Lebanon in the THREE DEATHS AT CRAB ORCHARD Two Well Known Farmers and Prominent Woman Pass Away Other Late News. Crab Orchard, June 10. Ulankenship, formerly a magistrate of Lincoln county and one of the best known farmers in this section, died at his home near here Wednesday as a result of a paralytic stroke which he sufTercd Sunday. Mr.JBIank-enshl- p was 74 years! of age, and the weight of years was too heavy for him to throw off this attack upon Jtlred naShelton ) Miiini.Kiiunn, Juno 10. I.Ittlo Charles Sweeney, son of Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Sweeney, was kicked The Iron brldgo on the Somerset piko by a horse while playing In the yard wai totally destroyed Thursday after one afternoon thl week. An ugly gash noon when the large traction engine of was cut In the little fellow's cheek, but O. G. Speaks, of. Highland, crashed ho will soon be all right, as ho is not through It. A wagon loaded with a saw hurt. mill which was being hauled to Morgan Farmers hereabouts are taking ad-- 1 Heazlcy's placo to do some cutting, fol- vantage of this present rainy season lowed the big engine Into the St. Asaph thousands upon thousands of lobac- making a wreck of fearful confusion. co plants are being set. Mr. Speaks, who was driving the en- - j Rev. John Valintlne, of Georgetown glne as It came down the hill, shut off. College, will prench at tho Ilaptist the steam and jumped over tho fonco church Sunday morning and evening. at the left of tha pike, Into a clump of seem to have quieted down on thorn bushes, when he saw the bridge Itidgo and Hatter creek and as begin to glvo ftay beneath tho heavy aconscouenco tho macistrate'n court load. Dave Burton, who was on the en- docket premises to be a slim one. gine with him, went down on tho right Tho case of tho Commonwealth vs. aide, Arthur Oaks, another helper, Mrs. lletsy Sims, charged with "sick-In- " made a wild leap and landed safely but a vicious dog on Dich l.uttrill's all had very narrow escapes. Othcra of children, was dismissed In the magU-- 1 tho crow were in a tender wagon which court at Yoscmite. Friday, as was held back at the brink by tho pro- there seems to have been but littlo In truding wreckage of the saw mill. Tho tho charge. big engino In going down, turned turtlo Tho Sunday-school- s hero were quite completely. slimly attended Sunday and tho mornThe accident happened about four o'- ing services at Green River were com clock in tho afternoon. Tho bridge gave pletely rained out. tiro. Montgomery way under Its ponderous burden with a preached in tha afternoon to a small roar that could be heard all over town. audience and then returned to his home Several had been watching tho big en- at Liberty gine slide down the steep Somerset piko Miss Lula bans, of Mt. Salem, v hill and saw the accident happen. W. C. Ilea Miss i'eari uousoy here bunday Uaugh. who drovo the timber wagon Glancy McWhorter. of Somerset, was ahead of the engine, had just crossed here last week to see the home folks. the bridge, and standing on tho north Dr. W. T. Francis, of Monticello, is side saw the whole, thing go down. at the Yosemite Hotel for the practice Mr. Speaks' cnglna Is said to bo the of dentistry. Clarence Sims, of Mt. largest of the kind in this section. It is Salem, was down Sunday to see his power engine and Is said to best girl. Mrp. J. I). Jones, of a weigh about eight or ten tons. Tho and her sister. Miss Minnie Shan Somerset piko bridge has seen over 16 non, of Junction City, will arrive in a years' hard service. Some timo ago few days to visit Mrs. J. A. Estea and Councilman M. D. Elmore made an ef- the Fogies, on the Liberty pike. fort to have a heavier and wider bridge replace the destroyed one, but It camo Medical Society to naught. The Council will now have to take eomo action, and will probably act at once for the continued rains havo swelled the creek and really made ford- To Hold Montldy Meeting Here ing somewhat dangerous. Tuesday Morning. Mr. Speaks, who is a very clever e gentleman, has the sympathy of overy-onThe Lincoln County Medical Society In his hard luck. Things seem to bo will hold its regular meeting in Stanhim lately. breaking rather badly for ford next Tuesday morning at 10:30 o'It has only boen a few days since a clock. The call for the meeting has horse hts wlfo drove to town became been issued by the secretary, Dr. W. frightened at a train on Logan avenue, F. Hlckle, of Hubble. Tho session will and ran away, smashing the buggy to be held at the St. Asaph Hotel and an splinters; and now this traction engine unusually Interesting program has bei n which Is said to have cost him $2,000 prepared. Dr. M. M. Phillip will read last year, Is very badly damaged. a paper on "Pneumonia" and Dr. W. J. Chlldross, of Hustonville, will speak on "Summer Complaints of Children." Harvey Helm A full attendance of the members of the society is requested. Hell-vue, Players Take Paraphernalia For To Carry Out Extensive Work Planned-Mr- s. Pay And Give a Benefit PerDickey Reports formance Here. On Frankfort Meeting. TTho (. W. Christy Show, which came hero last Saturday from Mt. Vernon, stranded after playing hero two nights, and Christy turned over tho show for tno benefit of the performers. A It performance was given Wednesday n,Knt ot whIcn sufficient funds were d raised to enable most of tho show P,c t0 et out oI town- - M3t of them went to Lancaster to glvo n porfor- rnance in eilort to raiso moro funds, but some struck out for Cincinnati, Tno 8,ow possessed some exception-Thing- s n"y K001 ta,ent n"d seemed handicap-Calvar- y P01 by lack of capital, and bad man- ngemem. It started from Atlanta sev crat months ago and did well for a while but lately tho players say they had not been receiving their salaries and tho owner gave them his I. O. U.s for the remainder. They found difficulty in ROtiating these for board so ho turned over the show to them Tho members of tho troupe were C. G. Frye, agent, Frank Gamble, a cow boy, Madame Stlckney and her performing dogs, the Armstrong family, the stars of the show, and Biggs and Rem-ea comedy sketch team. peo-an- Junction City, Juno - The Woman's Improvement Club met Wednesday afternoon and although on ly a few of the members were present, a very profitable afternoon was spent. Mrs. Dickey has tutt returned from tho State Federation meeting in Frankfort, gave a very interesting account of the meeting. Besides tho regular business; of the club the following rommittces were ap pointed and work outlined for each: Mrs. Civic Committee: Chairman W. A. Tribble, Mesdames J. II. Uaugh. man, J. H. Shanks, J. S. Owsley, Misses Kate 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 Committee Mesdames J. G. Carpenter, G. G. Perry, E. J. Brown, Lelia C. Fowler. W. B. O'Bannon, Cook. Dr. J. F. Peyton. Work of Committee 1 ordinance. 2 Tuberculosis education. 4 Pre3 Suppression of all diseases. vention. Protection. 5 Lectures before the club. G Mothers' meetings. Mesdames Committee Educational J. W. Ireland, J. B. Paxton, T. D. Henry Phillips, Misses Bettie Pax-toAnnie McKinney. 1 Public library. Work of committee 2 A safe and sane Fourth. 3 Lecture course. Mesdames D. M. Music Committee Walker, J. G. Carpentar, W. A. Trib-blJ. W. Ireland, Miss Lou Ella White. Work of committeo 1 Music for the club programs. 2 Musical entertainments. Literary committee Mesdames W. G. Withers. W. A. Tribble, W. O. Walker, Miss Claudia Eaton. Work of committee To report current events. 2 Select a reading course. 3 Secure a class in expression to be taught in the school or as private lessons. Civil service committee Mesdames Lelia Cook, Will Tucker, Katherine Wearen, J. J. Dickey, Adelia Woods. Work of committee Visiting schools, county poor hnusc, court house, jail, etc. Lookiryc after the sanitary condition of tamer. Religion and morals Mesdames J. J. Dickey, Leila Cook, P. M. McRoberts, W. H. Wearen, J. W. Alcorn, Lulu Fowle, Adelia Woods, J. T. Embry, C. E. Tate, J. C. McCIary. Work of coramittee- -1 Curfew for children. 2 War on white slave traffic. entertain3 Social purity. 4 Clean ments. 5 Suppression of drug habit. 6 Suppression of cigarette habit. 7 Every Sunday church going. Press committee Mesdames Shelton Saufley. W. G. Withers, J.N. Saunders. Work of committee 1 Prepare arti cles for press, such as club news for lo Printing or program ior cal paper, regular monthly meeting In Interior 3 Printing of year book. Journal. Anti-spittin- g Ra-ne- y, n, e, McChord Hospital of a tumor. He was oneof our most industrious and honorable citizens. His funeral was preached by Rev. Wyatt Montgomery, of More-lanMr. Flgg was a member of the Christian church. He was buried on Tuesday in the Junction City cemetery by tho Maccabees, with whom ho had $1,000 insurance. He leaves a wife, two boys and a little girl. Mr. Martini Bartell, ono of our best citizens, has been very ill for the past two weeks. Robert Ltnglo, who has been in the McChord Hospital for the past month, returned home Monday. Ho was hit by abase ball, which caused his trou- d. ture. Mr Blankenship Is survived by his wife and several children. He "was a faithful and earnest momber"of tho Baptist church, a member of the republican party and a respected and honored citizen. F. Marion 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 progressive farmer. He was buried here Tuesday. It also becomes our sad duty to chronicle 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 refined and most excellent christian woman, calculated to wield an Influence for good among all with whom she came in contact. Her remains were taken to Millersburg Wednesday for burial, accompanied by her husband and friends. The family of Mr. Jack Davis received a telegram conveying the sad news of the 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- y, New Barbershop -- ble. Mrs. Geffingcr and daughter, Miss Hazel, of Harrodsburg, are guests of 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. Cox's residence. G. D. McCullum has just refurnish ed his hotel with new iron bedsteads, mattresses, etc. He has also received a hogshead of new dishes. He will paint tho building, which has suffered from fires on three different sides, from the Dick Hotel south to the Curry Grocery Co.. north and the Tribble House on To Be Opened at Crab Orchard By G. C. Lutes. G. C. Lutes, who has hecn living in Nebraska for the past six year, has re turned to Lincoln, declaring that old Kentucky is good enough for him. He hos decided to locate at Crab Orchard and open up a first class barber shop and bath rooms In that thriving little burg. Mr. Lutes was in Stanford Thursday and bought a number of fixtures from W. K. Warner for the es tablishment he will open. He said he didn't think his patrons wonld be whol ly satisfied unless they had the Interior Journal to read, so ordered it sent to his shop. Mr. Lutes is a cousin of the Lutes' in this part of tho county and is a hustling young fellow. 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, MissSabl-na- , from a visit to Booneville. Mrs. Edward Taylor, of Lexington, has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Dr. Chase, the past week. Grady Lewis had eight or ten men and boys setting out his seven acres of tobacco in the old stave factory lot this week. Delicate Operation On Crab Orchard Patient Proves Decided Success. Dr. L. F. Jones and C. II. Robbins, of Crab Orchard, were here Thursday with Dr. J. G. Carpenter. The two medical men performed a delicate operation for tuberculosis of a bono upon Mr. Robbins a few weeks ago, and he Is making a nice recovery, the operation 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 couldn't do without it any longer, however, so ordered it to make its visits to his home. Dr. Jones Is regarded as one of tho foremost young physicians in this part of the state, "tie Is a coming man," said Dr. Carpenter, speaking of him to the I. J. twlce-a-week Stirs House With An Able Speech On Porto Rico. Bank Robbers A special dispatch from Washington In Civil War Days, Said to Have this week says: Representative Harvey Helm made a Buried Money. speech today on Porto Rico that electrified the House. He vigorously denouncEdward Flalg, the Danyillo jeweler, ed American government and occupaRico as being unjust and has solved the mystery surrounding the tion of I'orto tyrannical and demanded that I'orto discovery of a box containing several His speech gold coins in Dix river near King's Mill Kico be given Its freedom. Ha Is a last week. impression. created a decided Mr Flalg states that for years it has member of the Committee on Insular Allalrs and is familiar with conditions been known that several boxes of gpld in the beautiful Island. In part he and silver coin were burled in the vicin Ity of the old mill dam, says tho Advo aald: "Have we so soon arrived at the cato. Many attempts have been made Moffett-McMulle- n. point where monarchies are moro gen- to find the treasure and In years gone erous and liberal with their subjects by hundreds of fortune seekers havo than republics are willing to be, with dug Into the earth. Mr. Flalg says Beautiful Ceremony Solemnized their citizens? The constitution that that prior to the Civil War this section At Lebanon This Week. people of this Island had, after of the state was Infested with notorious tha years of struggle, secured from the bank robbers and that the bank at kingdom of Spain, is proof conclusive Nicholaavillo was robbed. Citizens purRev. J. R. McMullen, of Nashville, to my mind of their ability to govern sued the robbers into Dix river cliffs. formerly a professor In the city schools I am willing to rest Thero trace was lost of them. Some themselves. Hero here, and Miss Emma H daughter of the case; I ask for no further evidence; years later one of the robbers on his Rev. A. S. MofTett. D. D., formerly I am ready to act. It would bo well death bed at Lexington, said that he paster of tho Presbyterian church here, nigh as consistent to contend that the was a member of the gang and that one were married at Lebanon Wednesday signers of tho Declaration of Independ- box of the money was hid in the King's evening. Dr. MolTett performed the ence or the framers of our constitution mill dam and that other boxes wore ceremony, assisted by Rev. J C. Mcas burled on the bank of the river. wro not canablo of Mullen, father of tho groom. The cerMany efforts have been made to lo tn maintain that tho people who could emony was a beautiful one, and was oxtractfroma king tho constitution cato the money since tho confessed rob- peculiarly of tho clergy, for all of the with which tho oeonlo of this island ber made the dying statement, and that attendants of the groom wcro clergywere clothed, aro not capablo of self' found by George Kelly Is said to have men, and the bridesmaids wero nearly been tho first part of the rich treasuro government. all daughters of ministers of tho gospel. "If further evidence of their capacl bo far unearthed. The groom's best man was Rev. G. C. should be dety for Beanland, of the Presbyterian Seminmanded, we need only to examine the ITCH RELIEVED AT ONCE. ary, Louisville, his other groomsmen laws enacted by the legislative bodies, being Rev. Cary Blain, of Hustonville, 19am PvonaViflur r f created under the constitution to which Arlanonsi Dau ' terrible Itch disappears with the as to those acts That 1 havo referred, as well omi! .i n , passed slnco the American occupation. Pint Drops of a simple compound of oil, A A , ofGlasgow. The bride's Here we have concrete results that are of win ergreen, thymol and glycerine attemant8 wer0 Mlliei Kittie anJNet. In D. D D Prescription. This monuments in themselves, and that mixed tto McMullen. sisters of the groom, her will stand favorable comparison with soohng. healing lotion, used external- - own Bl8ters. Miss May Craig and Mar-l- y . kills the eczema germ Instantly. the acts of many of tho legislatures of thft Paxton Moffett Bnd mm Heretofore the D. D D. remedy has of North Caro,m tho states comprising tho Union." who u a d h. been sold only In $1 bottles; .but as a t deacon , tw Pfesbvterian f ' breathing Hyomet, tho great special offer, any sutrerer in this town cnurch If after antiseptic, you are not rid of that vile who has never tried D. D. D. can now Aft(r w ceremony tne brida, part catarrh, G. L. Penny will return your try this remedy In a special bottle at ,wt fof tber home ,n Na8hvHe. I we September they will go to China as Complete outfit $1. Extra ioc. ti cures mo men insianuy money. 'know this. Sold by Snug trs& Tanner, mlsslonrries. bottles 50c. Contractor W. A. Reynolds, has the caster for interment. first story of the new Tribble House Hon. P. M. McRoberts and Judge M. raised. Mr. High is the foreman. C. Saufley were visitors in our town Sam Moore, our Pierpont Morgan, has this week. purchased the Hiram Johnson farm Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cummins and near Bowen for $75 per acre. There Mrs. J. S. Rice drove up from Stanford are a pout 130 acres. in Mr. Cummins' auto and were guests Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Connett, of Cin of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Holdam. cinnati, and E C. Looney, of Danville, The many friends of Miss I la Holdam attended the funeral of Mr. John Figg, may be glad to know she has, graduated Tuesday. as a trained nurse from the training Mrs. G. D. McCullum, Miss Ruth school at Chicago. She had the compliMcCullum and Mrs. Wm. Trosper at ment conferred upon upon her by being tended the C. W. B. M. meeting at selected to deliver a response to the Danville, at which Mrs. McCullum act doctors' addresses to the graduates. ed as hostess. She was also tendered the position of There are over 25 men and boys from assistant superintendent in the Michael our two towns who go to Danville to Reese Hospital, which she accepted. work on the railroad as carpenters eve- We send congratulations and wish for ry day or night. It seems that there her success in every way. is work for an automobile line from Miss Anna Boyle, of Louisville, is here to Danville. visiting her Col. and Prof. E. L. Grubbs attended the al Mrs. Guest. umni banquet of Centre College ThursMrs. Mamie Perkins and little daughday. He graduated there 21 years ago, ter, and Miss Sallie McWhorter, have i but met not a one of his old class and returned from Berea, where they visitcommittee President, but few of his college mates, as only ed relatives and attended the comExecutive Mrs. J. J. Dickey; Vice President, about 75 of the several hundred alum mencement exercises of Berea College. Mrs. Lelia Cook; Treasurer. Mrs. Wm. ni were present. The aim of Dr. Hin- Rov. Smith, of Louisville, an evanWearen; Secretary, Mrs P. M. Mc- itt, the president, Is to raise $168,000 gelist. Is here for a short time to recuRoberts. Work of committee 1 Usual work of by July 1, 1911, to build more buildings perate. Mr. Wheeldon, of Brodhead, has been such officers. 2 To assist all the dif and add to the endowment. ferent departments in their work. 3 To visiting his brother, Evan Wheeldon. up the year book of programs, mako Mrs. George B. Lyne has returned Drug Clerk's Fearful Error. with the help of all the chairmen of from a delightful visit to her mother committees. H. H. Morton, a well known Louis- at Hawesville. Miss Elizabeth Payne continues quite ville drummer, died almost instantly in Short Local News. gave ill. Atlantic, Iowa, when a drug clerk him formaldehyde instead of a drink of Hunyadi water for which ho called. The FoldingMacbine Nice line of rugs and druggets just mistake was caused by a wrong label W. A. Tribble. received. being placed on the bottle containing a poison. Installed in I. J. Office a Great or low the If you want a pair of slippers Labor Saver. cut shoes, try the Country Store. grand-parentm m at the Country Store. Just what For Sale you want In a straw hat T. B. Mont- Sunday Services. Rev. Morgan will preach at the Neal Creek church Sunday afternoon at 3 Bird pups, i gomery, Crab Orchard. o'clock. Everything Country Store. Zephyr-weight in men's shirts ct the Markets. ' nlM ru.' rain coats, Just tho Cincinnati, June 10. -- Cattle Receipts thing. Cummins & Wearen. 600; market quiet and steady; fair to Buy your wife a good sharp hoe to good Bhlppers 6.40 to 7.50; common 2.25 work tho garden with, at tho Country to 4.50. Hogs Receipts 2,841; market steady to strong; butchers and shippers Store. Saved From Awful Death 9 60 to 9.65; common; common 8.75 to plume, between StanLost Dlack 9 63. Sheep Receipts 1,772; market ford and Danville, on Shelby City pike. steady, 2 50 to 4.76. Lambs Market How an appalling calamity In hU Reward for return to this office. steady, 4 to 9c. family was prevented is told by A. D. McDonald, of Fayettsville, N. C, R. The name of J. W. Williams was inToiroo, I advertently omitted from the list of di Btitz or 0io cm or F. D. No. 8. "My sister had consumpU FuxK a,J. CUtr nffmaara otth Hut Ah CU.. aanlof II tion." he writes, "she was very thin rectors of the State Bank & Trust Com.. dOttU! Ih. Ami l. J. 1'HZNll biutarm m tin city seemed pany, given in last Issue. TwP,jr1!'Lu!3 and pale, had no appetite and u par alorraaul. Md thai aai.1 every grow weu&cr every uajr, as an rem ONE HUNDRED DOLLAHS tor aacB anu um ul 10 caoaot P rur4 t Ua "Mr. Bob," tho Junior play, had a rata ol CaraiaH that . edies failed, till Dr. King's New 1UU.-caraaw CHKNKy rBAKK good house and was well received when was tried, and so completely Bworo to btlora ma and aubornbed In my proanoe, played at Hustonville last week. 1).. IKX. cured her that she has not been troubIt Uvu atn day ot Dtctoiter, A. , A. W. OLEA80N'. i led with a cough since. Its the best '"i- - f Nonar ruiua. medicine I ever saw or heard of." For Silk socks for 50 cts. at Cummins & luliT Catarrh Cura la taken InUroally and arta coughs, colds, la grippe, asthma, croup, Wearen's, dlncUy upon tha Plooil ami mucoua lurtacra ot Um hemorrhage, all bronchial troubles, it nium. band tea tMtlraoolala. rra. CO.. Teladfc O. has no eaual. 50c and SI; trial bottles V, 1. CHENEY New patterns In "ClueU" Sllrti at ' free. Guaranteed by G. L. Penny. fktld by all Drunuu. TK. Cummins &Wearen's. Taa UHl rauuy 1'UU Ut Moatlpatkn. Determined not to be behind the procession at any stage of the game, the Interior Journal has bought a brand new Eclipse folding machine, and after having been folded for 40 years by hand, the papers will now be folded by machine. Tho machine folds an average of about a paper a second, very much faster than two or threo men can do it. The friends of the paper are invited to come up any press day and tee it in operation. ! M ' ..-- w. ry i iT . . -- I 'i iriir-- JL. u, aLijJuflUBinM -- Mfiy I'aa,'1 r- - TAOE TWO THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. HOUSEHOLD CARES JUNE, 10th. 1916 The Interior Journal. Established 1872L ,! Tax The Women of Stanford The Same as Elsewhere. Hard to attend to household duties EVERY TUESDAY AND FMDAY with a constantly aching back. Advance. At 1 Per Year In A woman should not havoabadback, and she wouldn't If her kidneys were Publlihtr well. 8HELTON SAUFLEY Entered at the Tost omco at Ky., as Second Class mall. Doll. Indeed must be he to whom the editorial page of tho Lexington Herald is not Instructive and a pleasure. Editor Breckinridge always says something when he takes his pen In hand; while "Walton's Wit and Wisdom" and tho State Press column of our beloved former preceptor add a dash of spice and well complement the long leaders. The Herald was never a better newspaper than it Is today. Its news columns well balance the brilliancy of its editorial page and show the direction of a master hand. More over It's refreshing to bo able to read political news in the Herald with the assurance that it is not cleverly colored to protect or pander to somebody's political nigger in the woodpile. This is a feature which places the Herald in an almost Isolated position in tho forefront of Kentucky's daily newspapers, and cannot be too strongly appreciated by the public. Doan's Kidney Pills make well kidneys. Stanford women should profit by the following experience: Mrs. J. W. Pumphrcy, Danville St , Lancaster, Ky., says: "My experience with Doan's Kidney Pills leads me to believe that they arc all that is claimed 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 I could not attend to my houso work. Being advised to give Doan's Kidney Pills a trial, I did so. They helped me from the first and had I continued them long enough, I believe they would have effected a cure. I was compelled to discontinue their use for some time but I am now taking them again and I be lieve thev will soon rid me entirely of AUTOMOBILES SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES. W AGENTS FOR Aj&jSk' O O v ivs i?ifi " Flanders 20 $750 E. M. F. 30 $1250 Haynes $2000 Baker Electric 2000 to $4000 Studebaker Garford, $4000 to $6000. If interested, Phone us Bell 24, and we will gladly give you demonstration. --. Danville Ice & Coal Co. ' Danville y- - S2M' We'll Explain The Difference Between The Various Blends Of Coffee, Tea, etc If You Dtiirc, But people who come here regularly for their groceries have come to rely on us when we say T an article is "nil right." We lon'1 hnnd,c the Try our Coffee as n sample of Sanborn Coffees stand at the the trouble." For sale by all dealers. Price CO n Co., Buffalo, cents. N Y., sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Foster-Milbur- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ,0 0 0 0 0 0 0. - mmL Q Shoes For The Laborer o o o O O The one person who needs and must have the best is the man 1 i .- ; Congressman Swager Sherlcy, of b Louisville, defeated State Senator for the democratic nomination in Louisville in the primary by a majority of about 2,600. 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 Thomas to Congress instead of Campbell Cantnll, the tone of Kentucky's IF YOU WANT TO delegation will be greatly improved. PLEASE THE WIFE That is, if Powers don't go from the Eleventh. secure a fire insurance policy on your home and furniture. Then The Frankfort News' capital dedication number was a daisy and fullv de- she'll quit worrying about what you serves the compliments being shower- and she would do if any thing should ed upon it. However, the News but happen. For she- - does worry and lived up to its reputation of being one will continue to as long as your of the very best dailies printed any- things remain uninsured. Have us where. y and you issue you a policy will please her mightily. Two More Join The Fami'y- I. J. Happy Fish & Pennington, New-comto-da- kliU I fimWykkl ' "near-pure- kind of groceries. our grocery service. Chase &. head of the list. Very Respt., " 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ;t I w. III H. H ICG INS, Stanford, Kentucky. Bring Your Produce To Us. J ! I 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 i H&M who labors comfortable feet and as dry as possible. Our line of "MENZIES SHOES" is today the best shoe made for man. We believe the soles are a little better than most manufacturers put into their Work Shoes. The upper stock is both soft and strong and remains so under hard service. A shoe that seldom if ever rips at seam or sole; both we repair at our expense any time. Most work shoes are made over stubby, ugly lasts, but not so with the "Menzies". They are made over genteel lasts; plain and cap toe, tan and black, heavy or light sole at $3 to $3.50. o m o o e o o o o a a o o o o We opened i produce home on Son eriet itrrtl tad will py the highest mulct price lor all kind ol country produce. Bring ui your nun. he Miss Lou Grant, at Lancaster, and Prof. E. L. Grubbs, representing Junction City and Shelby City, have joined the happy family of Interior Journalists. The I. J. wants a correspondent from every postolfice in the county and in neighboring counties where the paper circulates extensively, who will send in a news letter once a week. Stamps and stationery will be furnished to all who wish to join, if your community is not already represented; and there may be some other good things for the Happy Family a little later on. Stanford, Ky., Phone 200 M.iO. BASTIN & CO.. Stulord, Ky 0 0 H. J. McROBERTS. oooaooo O. L. Penny oo0 K. BLACKSMITIIING DON'T RON ENTIRELY OUT Htanford, Ky. JAMEH HIIACKKTT. linng your Illacksmilhlne; and general repair work to me. Home shoeing. ie Hatlifactlon guaranteed, shop opponlte of Haagbman'E Kancy Patent No. I flour. Order a new sack when the old ono is nearly gone. Then tueie will be no interruption of the tine bnking that Uaugliman'a Kancy Patent No. 1 Hour helps ou to do. Haven't tried Uaughruan's Hour yetT Then you certainly should do so at once. All tne best bakers In the city are living It right along. It 11 Coffey It Coleman J.L.Beazley&Co., Dr. Hess' Poultry Panacea Will make lieno lay, cure them mid keep them in of tlUeaM good thrifty condition. The iniTt'HN; in the iiuhiIrt of ej:p laid, will more than jiay tor the einnll cxciiMi ot feeding. It N Kild Kings Mountain. ARTISTIC Misses Uertha Uooch and Ida Swee- shades in our ready nixed colors. ney went to Cincinnati Sunday to For durablity and uniform high Jtoscoe .Mr. visit their brother, quality they are unequalled. Talk Gooch. Miss Eflle Young, of Highall you like about "good., paints. land, is visiting Airs. J. V. Acton. .Mis? Anna Uobch has returned Then do a little actual painting from Jiranklln, where she has been in with a small sample from our stock business. John Kowland Is visiting and watch results. You'll satisfy .Miss yourself that you can buy no better his brother In Urant county. paint for the money anywhere. Let Eliza Thompson, of Eubanks, is visiting her Bister, .Mrs Albert Long. our paint talk. A. ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. .Mrs. Kttle Cox has returned to her home in Covington. J. H. Baughman & Co. A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, Burtf in, KcntucKy. Undertakers and Embalm Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Ruga. They will exchange Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock. Give Them s Call. Prices Right en. at Penny's Drug entire. Y J. The Enormous Profits In Fire Insurance I lurnlih the with the best, day. Auctioneering Is science and I line wellcan toe freshest puouc floweri, plants nt of cut ni of .u uiniMlunirti li vim inn iueu. your wbui ale. I can all klndi. bulb-- ,, potted flowers, on tnort before vou urranee for It notice. Also make a specialty of wreaths rllOM. niaiejaleitoyourudvantuge. . lui luunni puriKI.e,, in connection with the nlove, 1 have all klndi of vegetable on hand at reasonable prices. I am u crnduateof Jonci'NatloDHlHcbool have hnil ex of Auctloiieeri,ChlcRO,DU perience In tn trig emtio sales at we union stock Yards. Olilciigo, here we sold some l Alo In luoroUHhbrrdt as high horse Hleswnero8ii sales were made encn STAMFORD, . KEWTUCK CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! tw PR PENNY'S DRUG Stanford, Kentucky. STORE, "I Am Glad" writes Mrs. Ethel Newlin, Harrynnn Jacobs, ivuaior in (.'HIUHTMANOllKKN HOUHKH. Kn llLllllAKIl, I'iioii. Miinumciurrr ui r of Liberty Center, Intl., Over $70,000,000 was paid in 1907 to "that I began to take Carforeign insurance companies doing busdui. for it has cured me, iness in the United States, owing to and 1 will never forget lack of sufficient large American com"I cannot praise Cardui panies and thousands of firms are atill too highly for what it did unable to obtain enough insurance. for me. Before I began There is no good reason why the Unitto take it, I was very ed States, and particularly the Southbad color, suffered great west, should not provide their own fire pain and weighed only capital and own the strong insurance 105 pounds. Now I have est companies, when the held is so a good color, do not suffer profitable and so unlimited, and weigh 125 lbs." Glens Falls Insurance Company stock par value $10, sold in March on New ESS York Stock Exchange for $1,500. Tho Fire Association of Philadelphia, par $60, recently sold for $315, and has paid a forty per cent dividend for many years. The Continental Fire Insurance Company of New York, par $100, sold Beware of strong, noxrecently for over $1,500, and it has paid ious, mineral drugs, that in ten years dividends of $3,000,000 on sink into your system, $1,000,000 capital in addition to passing like lead to the bottom of large sums to surplus, it nas made a a basin of water. profit of 600 per cent in ten years. Cardui Is purely vegeWestchester, $10 par value, recently table and contains no sold for $481.00. The Firemen's Insurpoisonous minerals, or ance Company, of Newark. N. J , with dangerous drugs. a capital and surplus of nearly $3,000,-00It is perfectly safe and represents an original investment harmless, for use by old of stockholders of only $150,000. and young, and may be Mr. J, S. Darnell, representing the taken, as a tonic, for organization of the Henry Clay Fire months, without any possiInsurance Company, of Lexington, will ble harmful effect Try It be in the city June 14 for several days and will be glad to interest our people with some stock In the Henry Clay. Marblo anCmnlto Monu-- j it Spring Summer Stock. UTe.your measure taken Markers and Posts. Cemetery and UijrnWe are In position to do nil kinds of conVases and Hetttts. Offlce and works, Mccreting, such ns Illock Work. Pavements Kinney. Ky. and. In fact, we can make any tblng from e bouse down to a fence post. We you promptly and guarantee cau s work and material. (Jail and get our prices before you buy your material at least. & nrst-clas- CONCRETING sn " - Htunfard, Ky .rJW tffSSfesA Detroit Vapor The Latest In AiSJsfej OIL STOVES. Absolutely Wickless, No Asia bestos, No Cotton Wicks. by a tailor of ex. perlence. Then your clotbes, whetbera low price business sull or the nnest evening clotbes, will bave tbat individuality and Ct wblcb plainly Indicate tbey were made to yonrmeasur, I will also take your measure Tor extra trousers, fancy vests, top coatsj and; overcoats. Hprlng and Humrne. samples on band ready for your Inspection II. O. HUPt.KY.TbeTallor,Ky. Htanford, PHILLIPS BROS.. Stanford, Ky. J. J. BELDEN, For bouse, carriage and sign painting decorative paper banging also buggy trimming of all kinds such as tops recovered curtains and boots made. Htopover Aldrldge's black smith tbop West Main Ht., Hlunford Ky., 'Phone No.S. J J IIKI.DKN, The Very Thing for Summer Cooking Makes life in the kitchen endurable in hot E" 4 Take MASON'S MEET. The Woman's Tonic Lincoln Lodge No. M. F. A A. M. will meet In stated communication on eack first and third Monday nights of each month, at T:30 I desire to sell urlvutelv'mv stork nt dm. o'olock In tbelr hall on main slreeet, Htanlklng a ford, Ky. Members of sister lodges are fra- cerlrsand Hardware. l.ii, l rjm good bust-- . ternally Invited to be present. T. W. Pen- nw. Will ln.fil.il 111 health. nington Sec. OEO. I). HOPPHIt. BtanfordKy. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. ,..... , weather. GEO. H. FARRIS. L&N. Jl,Houtb,ll:Ml-- . TIWETHBLE No. No.i,!:or. m. JOS. S. RICE, Agont. No. ZVHoutb, No. (, North. No. n. North, No.OT.lusrUA. 8Ht M. When You Have - KsU A M. :to a. u. M. When Hungry OOTO r. u, Canon's 0, Htanford. K. Meals servedat all hours up to 11:30 p. Ilest place lu wnfor a good quick Ijincatter, Htreet, x. To Fe'.lColl W. A. Furniture and Undertaking. Day Phono 28. Night Phono 133. TRIBBLE, meal. Cooking to suit our customers onr specialty. Pplendld new line of fancy Groceries. Hot Coffee, Hand wlchei, pies, llutter milk and sweet milk, etc., at all times. H. B. Northcott, Stiu!od,Ky. Tlione;iG3. - .Stanford, Kentucky. K. A. CARSON, Prep. THURMAN K. TUDOK, Manager. JUNE, 10th, 101 THE INTEBIOE JOUENAL, STANFORD, KY. PAGE THREE FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY, At this store. JUNE 10, fl & 13. 3 Remnants of silks, dress goods, wash goods, laces, hamburgs, ribbons and mattings.- - SEVERANCE & SON, It. S. Lytlo was in town Wednesday. a Mrs. M. J. Adams is here from Store. with Miss Frances Adams, who is still ill, but is somewhat improved. PERSONALS. John Owsley itcid and Miss Virginia C. V, Gentry has been suffering for Dourne attended tho Beta banquet at Danville Tuesday night. 'some days with rheumatism. Mill Luella White Is the guest of Mrs. Mattlo Milton, of Louisville, is the guist of Prof, and Mrs. J. W. friends at Taint Lick. e, Ireland. A. U. C. Dinwiddle, of Huston'-'lwas hero Wednesday on business. Mrs. G. W. Brown and children re. Un v t jnnM and voune son. turned to Corbin, after a visit to her LouUville, are the gueaU of Miss Sara nephew, W. O. Martin. Mls l.oii J (Irnnt ana Mrs. I'M Dauhman. Miss Susan Fisher Woods Is visiting Price, ot Lancaster, were guests ot her sister, Mrs. S. M. Allen, at Millers-bJ- r. Dr. and .Mrs. A. S. l'rlcu this week. Stanford, Kentucky. Needles, II Bobbins and Shu ttles to at Penny's Drug sewing machine Hus-vill- ' a of ' Will Hollock has returned several dsys' atay at his home anon. Ensign Caswell Saufley left adelphia Thursday to report on the battleship Kansas. John Metcalfe, son of Editor C. W. Metcalfe, of tho I'inevlllo Sun, was hero a few hours Thursday en route home from Danville, whero he has been attending college. Tho Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church will meet In tho lecture-rooof the church next Tuesday af- Pretty Miss Annie Dunn, of from a is the guest of her sister, Mrs. in Leb- Daniel Traylor. ' Kcv. S. M. Logan, of Wllmorc, joinfor Phil- ed his family at Judge Saufley 's Thursfor duty Huston-vllle- , day. Muses Ilettiu Paxton and Elizabeth Iliggins nttended the Molfett-McMulle- n m r ;0SliS005 00O000 OOOO OOOOO CJOOOO O O 9 0 00 OO 0 o Cures dizzy spells, tired feelings, 0 stomach and liver troubles, keeps you 0 All Sizes 0 ter's all summer. That's whatdo. Try( Boys 0 a will Mountain 0 it andItockywill always Tea it. 35 cents, buy you 0 0 & Can find every thi in they wear at our store. 0 Tea or Tablets. Shugars Tauner. 0 0 Good News For Teachers. g. 0 0 0 Superintendent Singleton says that 0 0 he is now ready to pay tho teachers, 0 0 but it being the last payment, they will Mary Walton havo to come in and receipt for their a ft Nf u 0 money, 0 0 Spring cleaners can securo the finest Beautifully Entertains on Her 0 Eighth Birthday. 0 paper In the world to go under carpets, 0 0 mattings, etc., at the very lowest price 0 (Lexington 0 at the Interior Journal office. Also Miss Mury Walton, Herald.) lit the beautiful 0 lots of nice, clean papers for shelves, tle daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. P., rfVvHL J m'M 0 etc. 0 Walton, yesterday 0 E. D. Eads, the local tinner and noon withentertained to celebrateafter0 n party her 0 plumber, sold to J. McKoberts, Mon eighth birthday. 0 0 day one of the nicest bath outfits in The colors were pink and white and its ... 0 tho home which was thrown open for to havo which 0 0 town, the lastheofhopes week. complet- tho reception of the young guests was the ed by III 0 QMBmnH decorated with plants and carnations. 0 Tho happy hours were spent on tho Wanted. A good safe. J. C. n lawn, and in the house were several 0 teresting games. In one, ' Buster Hrown," which afforded much fun, 0 , there were two prizes awarded. A 0 cterie with seal and wrapper was giv0 en to tho girl and a dime and penny 0 purse to the boy, the luckiest in the $25. Shoes, oxfords, sandals 0 GTTTTQ from 1$ toshoes, waists, tics, collars and 0 contest. Ualancing of peanuts on a 0 oUllu and tennis , knife was also lots of fun and two 0 hose, hats and caps, poros knit union suit, two piece un- 0 es, a pretty tan lor tne gins anu a pop gun for tho boys wero also nwarded. 0 derwear. You can dress the boy from 0' During the afternoon the birthday feaBt D was enjoyed in the dining rooms, the head to foot for a small price 0 0 '.:' Turn' Oiffsrcnce ! tables being beautifully decorated with .0 0 vases of pink and white flowers, the 0 If jour Walls ore Arcltically 0 lovely birthday cake, which was cut DccomtcJ 0 0 with good wishes for tho charming the HOUSE becomes O 0 tie hostess, and the souvenirs at each, a HOME and place, little dolls on cakes of sweet tiny golf the 0 HENRY BOSCH chocolate for with girls and cigarettes chocolate sticks tied in B .fi boys. COMPANY'S for the 0 The afternoon will long be rememthere were bered with 0 good wishes for many happy returns of 0 the day and she was remembered with 0 ho Tho many adWAUPAPERS pretty gifts. frock little wasstess worebya assisted and white 0 her parents and her brothers, William rn k the eh 'n." 0 fnftl mm - J p n ;r.. tJ than and Uwsley Walton. n3t0 ilwiu'rc. , Cin 0 iry ri.v rJ 0 Ottenheim. rnJ will nhrlnn the luru Mrnco iiixikt 0 0 .i'!j ..ki.ui'.ffl yourhomiil alyour n' hi kltflitototiU 0 rtioM L'hnniller has returned .Mrs & 0 -- '! jMn lo ouicbiM. 0 tnm KlrksWle, whero sho from JAMU5AlUNDY,laliiter 0 bum on a visit to her dauguter, Mis, 0 0 tins been - and papcrhanger, Stanford, CharlesbutKerr, whonow mjch serious0 better who is 0 Cummins & ly III, 0 Klmoro Slier nnd wife, ot I'aris.aro SSQRCSMMJmSMVflMMHM2lBSSjlKut3 0 isitliig relatives in this sfctlon. 0 Thomas I'etry and wllo, ot TennesSTANFORD, KENTUCKY. 0 see, aro visiting tho latter.s parents 0 and will llkey remain here perma-- l has returned E. P. Owsley arrived on Wednesday .home from London, whero she has been from Columbus, Gn , to join his wife, Memorial 'attending tho Suo Dennett wlio has been in Kentucky for several Institute. Grinstead, a former Stan- weeks. Letcher Mr. Jefry Adams, of Hustonvllle, ford boy, who is representing the Sel-(Shoo Co..' of Cincinnati, was here spent yesterday with his brother, J. v Ucecher Adams, the druggist. He was this week. by his niece. Miss Elizabeth Hon. W. I. Williams, of Lancaster, met here acwho has not attended Centre College Adams, of Greenville, Texas, who since hegrad-uitc- d companied him to lluitonvillo for a commencement exercises visit to her relatives. Danville 13 years ago, attended the exercises and alumni banquet at Danville. T A ternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Mlss Jennie Skldmore wedding at Lebanon Wednesday night. Miss Sophia Alcorn is at homo from Dinville, whero sho has just finished a very successful yeur in charge of a depigment at the School for the Deaf, Miss Effie Dyo and mother, of were tho guests of Mrs. Bet-li- s y, Harnett. W. P. Grimes Is visiting relatives In j Kinsas (Jity ana otner western points. Qfl'" Mrs. B. D. Carter is confined to rer. The welding lingston, daughter of Kcv. and Mrs. J. home with tho mumps. Miss Zada Zanone, of Lancaster, is G. Livingston, to Mr. Claude Caton t ic guest of friends here. LeCtCf of Davenport, Washington, will Miss Lena Traylor and Raymocd bs solemnized at the Christian church visiting friends I Bt Crab Orchard Wednesday, Juno 15, Traylor, who have been at Wilmore, returned homo Wednesday. I at 4 o'clock pnl All friends are in- anu Margaret nocicer vitej Misses attend. The ceremony will he went to Lexington this week to visit performed by tho bride's father, after the family of Mr. John Deerlng. which the young couple will leave for Miss Nora Enoch, , of Somerset, ar- their far Western home. rived today to be the guest of Mrs. J. II. Baughman. Hubble. Miss Fannie Young has returned to her home at Highland from Richmond, Tho rain 'Saturday eve made a whero she attended school. tobacco season. Tobacco Miss Minnie Rupley has returned good home from St. Auguotine, Fla., where plants arc In demand. I Frank Sloan and Miss Motel nansho taught last term. kin went to llcrea .Monday to be at Itev. A. A iliggins was at home a tho commencement. Bona McKech-- ' few days this week from Glasgow. nlo and sisters Jessie and Stella went W. B. B. McKinney is tho latest sufL. P. Weaver to Keren Tuesday. ferer with the mumps. ' went over to Lexington Monday. J. T. Wilkinson has joined the Hev. K. II. Pierce was visiting In nnmlier of mumim fcufTerers. this neighborhood recently. Mrs, Joseph Ballou continues quite Mis. F. F. itzgerald is quite sick ill and her friends are very uneasy over P. Sloan sold James Hatcher a her condition. lot ot corn at $.50 per barrel. He al- Miss Mary Walker Iliggins will en- fo sold a colt to U.C. Ulvens tor J1U0 tertain in honor of her guest. Miss MarChildren's Day will be observed at tha Jones, of Kansas City, on the 15th, McKendree next Sunday. Everybody from 4 to 6. invited. rz:!!", 'Notes and Accounts Collected. No We collect notes nnd accounts nnywhere in the United States, charges unless we collect. Also look after claims of all kinds. Bank references. Correspondence solicited. mays COLLECTION agency: WOODSON MAY, Mgr.. Somerset, - - - Kentucky. mand for them. Several tobacco own bad been have lost plants through theft. In very poor health for some time, is T. L. Tucker lost a valuable mare no better. from colic. Prf. Leslie Andersn has returned to There is a general complaint .about Smerset nfterr n week or ten days' late gardens, owing to the excessive vacation with his parents and friends. rains and cool weather. Tobacco plants seem to be very Mrs. Wm. Dyehouse was visiting in scarce In this section, owing to the de the Dripping Springs section this wik. .Mrs. n culIyT J. D. Morgan, who Garrard Man Paroled. The State Bosrd of Prison Commissioners realcased from the penitentiary on parole Ollic 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 sumption I Hustonville. Tho Ladies Aid Society of the Hustonville Christian church will give their play entitled ''A Friday Afternoon at! the Village School" on Thursday n ght, June 16, 1910. Come if you want two whole hours of real fun. There is not a Blngle let up in the entire play, begin-- , ning with Sam McKinney and ending The . i with a comic song by the school. boys will bo dressed in knee trousers ll nmj blouses and the girls in quaint tumes with their hair braided in school Kir fashion. You will want to hear rjrit KlftVa essay and Frank North's sDecth. The musical given in connec- tion with the play will surpass anything ever given in Husftonville. Reserved seats at KifTe's store. Admission 35c, 25c and 15c. cos-we- r , Do you know a remedy for coughs and colds nearly seventy years old? There is one Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Once in the family, it stays. It is not a doctor, does not take the place of a doctor. It is a doctor's aid. Made for the treatment of all throat and lung troubles. Ask your own doctor his opinion of it Follow his advice. No alcohol in this cough medicine. J.C.AyerCo.,Lowetl.'tt For Coughs Take This You cannot recover promptly If your bowels are cnnttln.iip,! Avpi-- u piiu am inii.i i ativc; act directly on the liver. Sold for nearly sixty years. Ask your doctor all about Ihwn. of ...Odd Panis Hollis-- I -- ; You will need a pair of light pants this summer, have a large assortment of peg tops for the young men and a regular cut for the older men. r v H H W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. ' 11. mK in-- 1 J 1 pap-- i L. R. Hughes T. V. Humble W. O. Martin . if i i : I ft Nov-- wt priz-- Umbrellas. We call your special attention to silk umbrella with mission handles, the best values we have ever seen, a regular $3 value for $2. Also a beautiful line of fancy paraqui-black lit-- 1 i Sit i ' f- much-jileasur- i I W ' t c- - T" e It" vli - I.10.II-- J sols. Price from one to five dollars. Call and see them. - I Sam-!- '. , 3 w ! n . Wearen, pn 1, thvi AI. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, L STANFORD.'IKENTUCKY. J m I PACE FOUR THE INTERIOR JOURNAL', STANFORP, KY. FARMER'S DEPARTMEWT. F L. Thompson sold a low and nine p gs to Ike Myers, of Garrard, for $70. Scaond hand three inch wagon in good shape at a bargain. Pence Bros., Stanford. We have for sale a McCormack binder that has only been used to cut 40 acres of wheat and is in flno shape. A bargain. Pence Bros., Stanford, For Sale. Sow and pigs. J. T. Bingaman. d JUNE. MZVa .Wi. s lOtfi 1010 FAMOUS DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION.'- -' Band at Moreland. Organized by a McKlnncy Musi sician Ball Came Saturday. Ends Winter's Trouble. .' Wi .- v iHk3:mIII T r s Wanted, to exchange a horse, good driver nnd good worker, for a )ounR mnre. John .New-l- i, Ilnstonwile, It. U. No. I. Will pay highest innrkct price Tor 100 busheU or more one grass seed. 2'JM 1! (' Anderson, Stanrord For sale Second hand pony carl, In cood condllon. J. II. Jackson, It. U " i, Stanfordj Ky Tobacco plant bed for sale. 9 by 100 feet. At a bargain. J. Frank Smith, K. I). No. 2, Stanford. For Sale 100 foot tobacco bed. A I! Hobblns. Stanlord. I'hone ll'J 4. Esrray-- A little, old, I sorrel maro with few gray hairs and spots about shoulders and neck, showla Uncoln Circuit Court. ing age and hard work. Anyono noticLin- ing such nag will confer a favor on a tn cord fence to a judgment of tho coln Circuit Court rendered at Its Feb- distracted family by notifying L. M. ruary term, 1010, In tho case of Luclas Lawrence by card Waynesburg Itoute Perkins, plaintiff, vs. W. J. Kdralston 4, or Will Thompson by phone. Kings ct a ) defendants, I will on Mountain, Ky. MONDAY, JUNK 13th, 1910, The fine show mare belonging to I. C. Count Court day at about 1 o'clock James, the Harrodsburg liveryman, P. M. tell at public outcry tothe highlung fever. Mr. est bidder, In front of tho Courtbouso died this week from$1,000 for her. She James had refused Is Stanford, Kentucky door and Perry-vill- e Thai certain tract of land situated was shown at the Danville fairs last year and took a number in the town of Crab Orchard In Lincoln county, Kentucky, and bounded of premiums. on the north by tho Chappell's Gap Fresh Jersey cow for sale. Arthur tike ; on tho east by the lands of W. Hill, Stanford. K. Perkins: on the south by Elm street on the west by tho landsof Jnne Uucli-arja- n EsTRAV An aged maro came to my and containing twelve acres place May 23. Owner can get same by or less mce The ubk-c- t of this sale (s to satisfy paying for this ad. and her keep. Wat a Urn dent of tho plaintiff for the sum Geshem. Moreland. of $.1,00frr with interest thereon at tho rate of six per cent from January 10th 1903. unlit paid, Interest payable an Wants To Help Some One. nually, ami tho further sum of $So, tho probable cost of this action. Said land will be sold on a credit of For 30 years J. F. Boyer, of Fertile, elx month, and tho purchaser will bo required to execute bonds for the pur- Mo., needed help and couldn't find it. chase price, payable to me as That's why he wants to help some one bearing intcest from tho now. Suffering so long himself ho day of sale, at tho rate of six per cent feels for all distress from backache, per annum, with good and approved personal security and further secured nervousness, loss of appetite, lassitude a lien retained on the land. and kidney disorders. He shows that H. It. SAUFLKV, M. C.L.C.C Electric Bitters works wonders for K. S. Alcorn, Att'v. such troubles. "Five bottles," he writes, "wholly cured me, and now I'm iiYSPEPSlli 'i'J-'-i- - Commissioner's Sale tousle-heade- r, Jj '1 guaranteed for Liver Trouble, Dyspepsia, Blood Disorders, Female Complaints In obwfrence to a judgment of the Lined Circuit Court rendered at the and Malaria. Try them. 50c at PenMay ttrm, 1910, in the action of Moses ny's Drug Store. Stewart' heirs against Moses Stewart's heirs, the undersigned commissioner will on MONDAY, JUNE 13th. 1910, Coanty court day, in front of the court boo$e door in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and We. wb.o8 name, appoar best bidder, on a credit of six months, rorbld bunting, nsulng or anyMlow, strictly trestbe tract of land about eight miles from passing oa our place and will kind of viprosecute Crab Orchard, in Lincoln county, Ky., olator to tbe full eitent of tbe law. i,.aiontino,, ueicnenDiicn urot. and bounded thus: , Fred IlAumann A.T. Travlor. Bexnming at a hickory and buckeye N. II. Hummer, i.iiDurnuooen, Will Hester, It.O. Nunnelley. tandmg in the old line; thence N. 60 W. Ilauicbninn J. W I'eck. E. 14S poles to two white oaks, thence J. E. Bruce, J. David Hterens, N. 30 W. rODJ poles to a chestnut and Jobn Camenlicb. Wm.Oordler. Dan Trsylor, M. D. Elmore. thence N 60. W 146 poles to poplar; Fred Handorf. two jrnms; thence S 30, E. 109$ poles to OotllbOllck. D. M.Alulnrmn. J. J.Thompton, the beginning, containing 100 acres. j. r. jioior, Mr. and Mrs. Jns II.Kads A. Kl twa Mrs. N.J. Morton The object of this sale is for a divisairs, ueo. Logan. ion of the proceeds among the (heirs of J.J. Klllott W. It. Daugberty. Frank Coruler, Moses Stewart. Her. FntberLeu Dr. O. O. I'erry. II. W.UiilniM, H. II. Baugbman, Tbe purchaser will be required to exUriah AlbrUtit A. I). ecute bend with good security for the Mrs. Margaret (loocli , Jacob Hoot. (lander psrcnaee price, payable to the Geo. O. (livens, W. II.Trnlor bearing 6 per cent, interest Ham itolMrU, John Jnfrr, M. J.IIolmnnn, from fete of sale until paid, having the. Amend Hcbaeter. K.T. Deai ley A. It. Miitheny lorce aw e fleet of a judgment, and seL..H. (lamer. Mrs. J. II. Ostsley, cured' by Ren on tht land. 11. L. Faguley, M.J. Morgan, 11. 0. Wat kins. H.T. Harris. H. B. SAUFLEY, M. C. L. C. C. O. Hundley. J. Nannie II Good II. If.Orowr, Mrs. O. K.McUlure, J. Paxteo. Atty for Pltff. Commissioner's Sale ! well and hearty." It's also positively POSTED. To many, winter Is a season of The frost-bittetoes and fingers, chapped hands and lips, chilblains, cold lores, red and rough skins, prove this. But such troubles fly beforo Bucklen McKlNNEY, Juno 10. James Dyo was at Moreland Tuesday Arnica Salve. A trial convinces. The si": in the interest of a new band that is to greatest healer of Burns, Boils, Piles, bo organized there. Seems as though Cuts, Sores, Eczema and Sprains. Only every town Is getting the band fever, 25c at Penny's Drug Store. and tho more the merrier. A good band contest would bo a nice event this fall. Tho farmers aro all busy setting toA "cw anil line of otld bacco plants during this good season, trousers nntl to make you look tl but there Is a great scarcity of plants with tlicni. you should wenr on nccount of tho continued cool weath a nice pnir of the "Crossctt" Oxford. The sudden change from years of er, which will cut short much of this activity of both body and mind to Also Ladies' Oxfords. Vici Kid, Pat-eseason 8 crop. the quiet of later years causes the Leather and Swede. Rev. Coleman filled his regular ap- human system to undergo many changes, chief of which is in the pointment at tho Baptist church Sun at orcans. day, preaching in his usual good style It bccomti harder and harder to get the uunns 10 move promptly and regularly morning and evening. and In comequenco many elderly men sufW. A. Coffey sold to Jones &',Fields, fer not only from the boalo touble. con but of Maywood, 119 lambs averaging over itlpatlon, sour from .Imllgeatlon. headache. stom-ichbelching, drowsiness after 75 pounds, at 8c. Can anyonoCbeat It? eating ana similar annoyances, it Is first When j ou huy cloth -- s from us, of nil necessary to keen the howrli nnen beBall gamo Saturday afternoon : and then to tcrna tho digestive muscles in you can rest assured t you arc tween Moreland and McKlnrey will be a to get them to again dn their work in perfect style. naturnuy. a violent cathartic or purgaplayed here. tive li not only unnecessary but harmOur hat (Icnnrtmci'i ,s now more something mild will do the work: Miss Nora IMffo has returned from a ful and well complete thnn ever. We have to Just as After you havo got through experiment two weeks' visit to her brother and show you the new Milan Straw ing with silts and pills and waters of other friends at Ludlow. N.irlous kinds, and have becomo convinced Yacht and Panama Call around ',.: do at best, J. J. Durham was in Somerset last that they Dr. only temporary goodPepsin, before you huy. CatdnrrU'a Syrup then try a Wednesday on business. pleasant-tastin- g mild, gentle, laxatlvn especially adapted to Cleo Thomas has returned from a tonle thit Is of old people, women the requirements and children, and yet Is effective, enough for visit to his home in Phil. wM and Mrs. W. A. Coffey enter- anybody. Your druggist, who han handled Mr. ... It successfully for a quarter of & century, will sell you a bottle for nfty cents tained Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coleman, or one dollar, hut If you want to maks Rev Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry a test of It before spending any money your name to daughter, Adah, Mr. Mack send ami he l!l and address you Dr. CaldJacobs and well gladly send & iimpla .' Mobley nt an elaborate dinner Suuday. bottle free of charge This remedy Is rapidly displacing all in honor of Misses Bertha Whorton and other forms of medication for the cum :. . .. . . Mary Jasper, of Somerset. Thcv en- of atomarh. liver anil bowel trouble, and famllle llko Mr. O F Wisher's of i ! tertained tho McKinney Band and about Ill and Mrs. Carrie Culler' of "T : . Notre Ilend. ". twenty guests Monday evening and all 1!S , N.are now Dime street. 8outh In tho never without It Ind house. They have tested It and know IU reported a jolly good time. grand value to every member of the ill The comet has come and gone and family injured no one. "The Most High Rul- - In Dr. Caldwell personally will be pleased Rive you any medical advice von mav Cct My Price On cth." Under His wise direction move desire for oureelf or family pertaining to the stomach, liver or bowels absoluttly the heavenly bodies. It was not near free of charge Kxplaln your rase In a so bright as the one in418S2, which the letter nnd he will reply to you In detail. For the free sample simply send your writer well remembers. Prof, uurck- - name and address on a postal card or For either request halter, the scientist, said, "It is not otherwiseIs Dr. W n Caldwell, the doctor! H.S0O Cald address absolutely certain, nor anywhere near well building, aiontlceiio, in. certain, that the earth will pass thro' Screen Wire Cloth, Cultivators, Hoes and HJ the tail of the comet. If tho tail is and other fanninjj implements. gg curved, as tho tails of comets usually are, it is easily possible that the earth will pass under it. after the 18th." By irtue of Uxecution No. j3j directed Well, the professor's forecast was corwhich rect. The tail did not envelop the to me, Lincoln issued from the clerk s omce of the circuit court in faor oi any display worth Murphy & Acton against earth, nor was there John Jenkins 1 -the name. At Yerkes Observatory a or one of my deputies, will, on Monday, slight shower of meteors was laid to the ljth day of June, lolo, between the o clock p. and tho comet. There were in different hours of one door two Stanford, m , at the in county oi parts of the country many frightened Lincoln, slate of Kentucky, expose to pub ones; some died of fright; several com lie sale to the highest bidder tbe follow-la- g properly, or so much thereof as may mitted suicide; others became insane One man confessed to murder. It is a be necessary to satisfy the amount of the plaintiff s debt, interest and costes, good thing on such occasions to trust in For 46.25, t" 43 costs and the costs of God. The'sad thing is that many will this action Tract of land in Lincoln co If you have anything to re.ll become frightened oven some careless Ky,, on the head waters of South Fork in the a scientist ornoted man who and containing 23 acres, more or less, and remark of bounded by the lands of Mr. Martin on will pay no regard to God's solemn the North, Hast by tbe landsof Geo Cof warning, of great evils. Comets have fey. South by the lands of Sam Vaught ' LINE their regular courses, the same as the and West by the lands of Ed Murphy, levied upon as the property of Joseph other heavenly bodies, and are con aflBBBBBBBBBJlSsUB Take to trolled by Him who doeth all things Jinkins le Terms-Sawill be made on a credit of present, worse three months, bond with approved securwell. A calamity, ever Nunnelley's New Stock Yards than any comet, is sin. But for that ity required, bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from day ot God has a remedy. Ho l)Unnd sel a every day in the sale, and having the force and effect of a year except Sunday, firing on sale bond, this 20th day of May, 101o your stock, llent market in How to Cure Eczema, Pimples W L M'CARTY, Sheriff L C. the Ktate with plenty of 26-- j And Dandtuff. n r.s ' iSfc&i iifcfift. :t:i t Free Sample :.' Aids Old Men tc well-dressc- nt :: :! ! "Clothing nt M .'. SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD, KY. :: . . i.v flyca-mor- e. Itttfl :: ::: (.: House Paint, 1 Sheriffs Sale. i m I L. L. SANDERS, court-hous- e jjj Crab Orchard, Kentucky. m m it ' MOaa. fcaHati!BBBEIvL STOCK 1(1 Anderson Ottrr. Anton Itonecker, W. 41. Dlibon. Fred VonOruenlgan Mrs. Kate Ador T. L. Baugbrnan. Mrs. Itebecca It. Onrpeuter iMOtllUlt. Banks- On Sure Thing Now. W. Kor.ati. . r . uiwrencv, D.Bevlers, Jobn B. Lee. Christian, Jacob Tom Ferrlll, W. W. I'ltman, Kret Payk. TIIeTer be without Dr. King's Alex Ooo per. J. Ne In Carter, K. II. Denbam. New Life Pills again," writes A. Schin-gecHenry Kidder II.O. Andenwu, W. D.Ooocb, 947 Elm street, Buffalo, N. Y. (lusaelszl. T. A. Hlce. Itauben Ourtls, Ohrls Oamenltcb. "They cured me of chronic constipation James Hmttb, Tlnsley Hpoonaruore line-quawbe all all others failed." 1. W. Carter, si for Billiousness, ,, . i. uarter. H. W.tialne Jaundice, Inl'.Orlmes W. M. Fields' J. I.. Holtzclaw, digestion, Headache, Chills, Malaria II. K.Oalnet. Mrs.Mattle White, and Debility. 25c at G. L. Penny's Miss Mar) 1'epples W. K. Keeton Drag Store. A. L.Tbbmpiou, J nines Messer, k. le a 000O0oao000rsa0000rsj The Winning Feature of The m OVERLAND CAR .... Is Its Simplicity .... Anyone Can Learn to Run it For it Operates on Only Three Cears. it'ilu of Iui4ville or Lexington. eol ami water taut covcml pco. We deaire to say that when we took STANFORD, KY. We also do a general hitch and few! husiiicM. tbe agency for Zemo, we were convinced that it was a valuable remedy for E. C. WALTON, L. It. HUGIIES.8. AT W. U MCAUTV.l're. eczema, pimples and dandruff. Yet we must frankly admit that Zemo has far exceeded our expectations as a treatment for skin diseases. We are pleasKentucKy, ed to state that we shall continue the agency, as Zemo has given splendid re Stock and Bonds Farms and Town Property Ilnmlled on Commission. sults wherever recommended. Our cus ws1 P5s Sold. If you Havo Proiierty to Soil or Rent Notify Us. tomers like Zemo, too, because it is a Writo for Circular to 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 Tobacco doca not soil the clothing or linen and Insurts Tobiccw can be used freely on Infants. With every purchase we give a book- are put in hy us when we equip Nothing But let on skin diseases explaining in simple your hath-roowith new open words how any person can be cured at plumbing. Our things bathrooms are home of any form of skin or scalp disA- -r. r--.! M Rcientifk remedy, of beauty when we have put in open eases by this , The Insurance Man, plumbing, with nickel pluted pipes fj. L. Penny, Druggist. STANFORD, KY. Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford, ivy"" L. R. HUGHES. Secretary, Stanford. Ky. mi larnt. D. Insurance. Fine Porcelain Bath Tubs m J. C. McCIary, -j ; Jesse Wearen, 34; Offlce, M. ,v nnd. fixtures, lesides. We do it at a reasonable cost. It not only means comfort, but health. iUsUlenc i'bona A m m "s m ' Auto for?.,,,the ?m,,y for a"y G,.r' or Can?U" ,l, Easily as a Man. Just Let us Prove this to " You. ' 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Lightness With Strength 0 0 0 is a feature of our road harness. W. K. WARNER, I'hone 188. Insure with mo and bo fully protected. Stanford, Ky In Re Buna Vista Compton on Application for Pardon. Notice is hereby girea that Dun Vista Complon bow serving a life sentence in the Slate pcnilrn-tiar- y at Frankfort, Ky., under a charge of houte breaking hieing been convicted in the Lincoln Circuit Court will on the third day ol June, 1910 male appLctuon lo the governor of the commonweal))) to pardon said Compton sad him (rom custody. This the 20th ilty of O. CARTER,, 8. New Llvorv STANFORD, KENTUCKY., Depot Stroet, Phone 06, Undertaker and Cmbalmor STANFORD, CtflM KY- Home 1'hon.M. rhon;i57. 200,000 Feet of Lumber At The Right Prices. I PUBLIC SALE Monday, 1910, C. P Cecil, Walter Dunn Phone us For .Free Demonstration. acents. 0 0 0 0 Danville, Ky. Q& $0000000 000000000003003 0 0 0 0 There Is not nn ounce of unnecessary weight, hut it Is made so honestly and strongly that it will stand any strain. If your horse had the say he would choose one of these sets. Why not act on that assumption? J. C. M.CLARY, StMfir., Ky. me On June 13th, county have 200,000 feet of' lumber court day, I shall as agent of the heirs suitable for tobacco barns and oth- of Maria llaughman, deceased, olTer for W. V. WILKINSON public outcry, in front of er building purioses at reasonable sale athouse door in Stanford, Ky., tbo to prices. Call on me or write me for court tho highest and best bidder, that house pricos and tell mo what you want, und lot situated on Water Works Street, Barn Lumber For Sale! in Stanford Kv., which was occupied und I can suit you. WALKEROWENS,'! by said Maria Uaugbman at the time of 120,000 feet of Boxiw. Sheeting Pongo, Ky. her death, and which Is bounded on the and Frame Lumber for Unrti PatKaat by the old Mary Lytic property, Vernon terns, which I will sell for cash or Shipping Point Mt. on the West by tho house and lot of Georgia Sutton, on the North, by the trade for Corn, Hay or good Horses right of way of tho L. & N., on tho and Mules. Prices on this very reaSouth by Water Works Street. Terms sonable, for I want to sell. Write r imva for .uIm a lav man) Mule. of sale, made known at the time the I.1U) uoumli. Hound and mid M.y 1910. 25.4 !: Stock For Sale! at once. Respectfully, C. J. Sipple. London, Ky. property is offered for sale AUo bay uure. K. S. ALCOKN, Agent. Works any wliers and ladles Iibvb Immo ilrtvluK br, Hha Is nound and tsa (ulr Hu.touvllle. UltlAU bUNN. sad-dU- r. alii good wurker.