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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL1 VOLUME XXXVII 8TANFOHD LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY TUESDAY JUNrf 14 1910 u N6I L CITY MAY SOON HAVE 24 HOUR ELECTRICITY f STANFORD W L I COMPANY CONTEMPLATING IMPROVE tMENT TO SERVICE Stanford Is Improving In so many whys that former residents returningI hardly know tho old town Tho lat IJ eelkjinprovement suggested and which will yory probably bo shortly curried Into effect IB an all day or 24hour electric light power and power set J vjce George L Penny Secretary and General Manager of tho Stacforl Water Light ft Ico Co says that tbo company has been seriously con ulderlnK Installing the all day current very shortly The favor that this In novation would meet from tho pub Ito will determine largely tho action of tho company It It can bo shown I S that It Is a paying proposition the powerful juice will course over the wlrea all day In fact It Is said that the company will bo willing to give lbts additional service If It can as triucuvUH break even for a while be- lIes ving that as the people become no I qOnlntcd with the benefits of all day t electricity they will make moro liber al use ot 1U With an all day service a number of manufacturing and industrial plants of the city will be able to dispense with their own engine rooms gasoline angina eta and this In Itself Should prove a considerable Item toward tho the oxpenno of the additional ser vice During the summer the 24hour Borvlco should be especially welcome for it Is believed that almost every business house In town as well as hun dreds of families would find an elec tric fan note only a comfort but n great convenience Thp fans can be run by an attachment to the electric light wires and the current necessary for electric fans Is no moro than for an ordinary incandescent light Tho extension of the service would i he a great thing for the city In many J ways and everyone who has discussed the matter has spoken favorably of It I and hopeful that it will be mado at once Stuck On Stanford t BO G W CHRISTY WILL RUN THEATORIUM HERE O W Christy whose vaudeville elr- fjiisnnd railroad show stranded hero iwtvw ek became so fond of Stanford during his enlorced stay hero that he toncliyled to make this his bom and has secured control of the nov Ins picture show tho Thmtorlum which ho will rijn In the futuro Mr Christy has had extensive uxporlujco In the show busins and will endeavor to give the people an jptodnte Vffiimeruonl place vrTho now managers of Ibo opera i tiou8o am also eonstderlng putting on J Ynudiivillo and moving Dictum about thrice or twice H weok so that the Measure lovers of the city will have rib lack of urnagonient places this sum mur Blamed On Comet IBAD WEATHER SAID TO BE DUE TO LOSS OF TAIL IThere seems a general inclination to charge up the very wet cold and miBomonable weather to the comet which recently oultd such a furore In luumlnnt as well ntf oeloeUnl etr cles Uncle Billy Warren of this city now SG years old distinctly rem embers tho appearance of the comet 70 years ago He says that the sen sons following tho comets appeumn were nil nut of order and much the same sort of weather Which is pre vailing now followed tho heavenly tSNow cornea H F Hlllonme ur the tlio celebrated nursery man and won ther authority of Lexington vho 8 yB i The comet of 1858 which I remember well lost its tail Just as the 1910 comet has done and It a re uiurknbie cplncldonco that tho mOan liSt weather came after the tall sep anted from the comet and begnu floating about In space The people here have peon con gratulating themselves on the fact that the comet was Icavjng us nt tbo rate of 2000000 miles a tiny but ha v overlooked tho fact that if had left Its caat oft tnll to Interfere with our at imosphorlc condition aril fnlllct all kinds mean weather on us no the lust tnll did in the comet year of 1 1858 Clfamborlalna Stomach and Liver Tablets will brace up the nerves bun un sick hcadiche prevent desponden cy and Invigorate the whole system Sold by U L Penny Concrete Brjdge i TO SPAN ST ASAPH ON SOMER SET STREET At a called meeting of the City Council Monday night the Question of a now bridge to replace the one that wont down under the weight of O Q Speaks traction taglne field the at tentlon of the City Fathers It was finally decided to build a concrete structure and tne contract for it was let to 1hllllps Bros of this city The now bridge Is to have a douole arch 20 feet wide and ol the best quality of concrete the cost prlco be- Ing U25 The Council also ordered concrete walks on the north side of South Main street extending from tho cor ner of the Phillips property to and Including the property of W D Me HODIMU The contract for this work has not yet been awarded All of the debris of the wreck of the traction engine and the saw mill which was being towed by Speaks bus here removed except the engine It self It still lies on IU side In theI creek It Is said to have beou very little Injured by the fall and as soon as It can be turned over will be all right with perhaps n little patching required The high water In the St Asaph the patt week made fording just be low tho bridge somewhat hazardous fo several days and many whu 11I ed out in that section of tho county were compelled to take long roundabout ways to get to town Shot By Flagman HOBO PAINTER WOUNDED IN LEO TRYING TO BEAT HIS WAY John Poo of Nashville a painter who said ho was trying to get to Cin cinnati to secure work was shot In the left ankle by Flagman Shultz 01 Pasrunger train No 24 which allIthrough hero about half past four oclock In tho morning The shooting took place Monday Sbnltz claims It III understood that Poe pulled a knifeI on Mm after ho had been repeatedly pat off tho train and persisted In get Wig back on Dr J F Peyton the L N flur coon here dressed tho mans Injury and he was sent on the afternoon train to the hospital nt Lebanon by the railroad officials I Text Book Commission ORGANIZES TO ADOPT BOOKS I FOR LOCAL SCHOOLS I State Superintendent of Public In struction Ellsworth Hegunsteln ap pointed Prof J W Ireland a member of the Lincoln County Text Book Commission the county superintend cnt and examiners being ex olliclo members The Commission orgauUoil Monday In tho olJlcu of L R Hughes by ekcllng Prof Ireland secretary snd Supt a Singleton chairman The other members of the board are Dr J T Morris Miss Anle McKinnoy and L R Hughes They will adopt textbooks for the 111gb School June 29 IN JAIL AT MT VERNON Gecrge and Ed Mulllns Fred EiVInt and Luin Chowning are in jail at Mt Vernon in connection with tho inufr Madden a Livingston chardwithcomiianlons of the man are held as wltnaeeee John Scanlou La- Fayette Morris and William Baker THE MARKETS Cincinnati 0 Juno 14 Cattlc RecelpU 1SOK market steady fylr to good shippers G40 700 co inIT On 226 j 450 Hogs Raculpts 8148 market easy and lower butchor and Ihllll r 940946 common Sidi I 048 ShuelHeoelptA 16P1 market Heady J2509490 Lumbs Market etrong UtlBn NEW PASTOR AT UURGIN ltoJT W Campbell of Harrods burg has accepted too pastorate of tho Baptist church nt Uurgln Novas formerly pastonof tho Baptist Church nt London- OVERLANDS TO THE FRONT I Tho Sportsman and Motorist in I tolling of climbing contest at- Paris i tt says The classiest event of the day the Edgar County Championship was pull ed down by Alan Parrlnh In a big a1mor Singer He negotiated the till in onentth of u second 8 than 17 seconds threotlrtht ot a aocend- rottor than that mado by Farnhain nn Overland Haworth riding n Hudson won the little carrace for machine cost- Ing 1000 or less by covering the ills soconds MnAnnn In n HUll ante lu fl son nosed out Knrnhiun in an over land for second place by one ilfth see ond If you aro not satisfied after using tLIICOItIJnt to directions two tidrde 01 U bOttle of ChnmtJerlolns t3tomnch and Liver Tablets you can have your money bask The tablets clonnse and Invigorate the stomach improve the digestion regulate the bowels Give them a trial and get well Sold by U L Penny HIGH WATERS DOING MUCH DAMAGE FOUNDATIONS OF TRAYLORS MILL WASHED OUT AND CROPS ARE HURT The heavy rains of last week did n great deal of damage in this part of the state The heaviest that has been reported around hero was the In fury to the foundation of the old Dudder arti mill now known as Traylors mill and operated by A D Parsons Dlx river was swelled so high by the Continuous rains that a largo part of the rock foundations of the famous old mill was washed out and work had to be discontinued until it could bc repaired Mr Parsons estimates thl damage at about 600 Farmers here on court day reported much damage to crops owing to the heavy rains Wheat is showing the effect of the wet weather while corn plantlrg nod tobacco setting has been almost at a standstill A prom nent farmer in talking of the matter to the Interior Journal said he doubted If Lincolns yield of wheat this year would reach 60 per cent of the average crop while ho believed that hardly a quarter of the tobacco acre ago expected had yet been set out Burglars Busy LANDENTER BUCHANANS BUT GET LITTLE BOOTY Homo time during Monday night thieves entered tho grocery and hard ware establishment of Land Buch anan on the corner of Main find Lon caster streets and made n futile ef fort to get money Entrance was ef fe ted by placing a ladder to one o the back windows and prizing the Iron bars apart Tho evening being slightly warm all windows were left up the proprietors thinking that the bars afforded ample protection It Is evident that entrance into the storeroom was made by n boy as the space between the Iron barn Is not wide enough to admit the body of B man and it is also evident that the thieves were after money only as nothing in the store seemed to have been tampered with except the cash drawerFortunately W G Withers who clerks for the firm left only 20 cent in the cash drawer when ho closet the store and so great WIll the hurry and possibly fright of the thieves that only 15 cents ot this was taken Land Buchanan have no Idea who the thief or thieves are but are sat Isflcd that novices did the work Large rjunntltlps of flour meal and meat of nearly every kind canned goods and groceries of every description were wlthlp easy range but were not touch ed Commander Brittain MAKES A NEW RECORD WITH RIG BATTLESHIP I Dispatches from Annapolis tall of in unusual record made by commando Carl H TUittaln U S N a brother of Mrs M F North jf this county The story says- Arnapolls Md June 1lCom roandor Carlo U Brittain U S N a Kentucky boy has created n flutter In naval circles by bringing the bat tleship Massachusetts to this city through the dredged channel The Massachusetts when she came in Inst Saturday was drawIng C feet 5 inches liar width Is 70 feet and her steering qualities arc none too good Commander Urlttain brought her through tho channel at six knots speed and never ono changed it Sensation In Danville CAUSED BY DIVORCED SUIT SOON TO BE FILED News has reached hero that a son rational divorce suit is about to be tiled In Danville The parties arc very prominent in social circles of Little Britain and the announcement of the divorce action will create creato quite a stir BoUt parties have runny friends in Stanford who will regret exceedingly to learn of their marital Infelicity Their wedding in Danville about lye years ago was a great social event The grounds of the divorce suit which It is said will be filed by the wife are nonsupport It Is rumored that the husband will vigor ously resist tho action- YOUNGSTERS ARRESTED Chief of Police 1C C Smith of liar rodsburg arrested Geprge nn1 John Hasty white boys aged 14 and 16 years respectively who are said to bo wanted in a number ot Central Kentucky towns on the charge of rob Tory The boys It Is sAid live at Pnrksvlle They were afterwards sent to the Reform School nt Lexing ton Lame shoulder Is almost invariably caused by rheumatism of tho muscles and yields quickly to the free applica Ion of Chamberlains Liniment This liniment U not only prompt and effect ual but in no way disagreeable to use Sold by U L Penny AUTO FEVER HITS I FAIR HUSTONVILLE SEVERAL PROGRESSIVE CITIZENS BUY MACHINES BUDGET OF LIVE NEWS- liustonvllle June 14 T L Carpenter bought a nice Olds mobile last week Rue Spragens has bought a fivo passenger Reo Adam Carpenter has made a selection and several others we know of have the auto fever Pcavybouse ft Sons sold a splendid nineyear old draft horse to the In dian Refining Company of Danville 200 Myers 8 Vaughn shipped three bar loadsof lambs and one car of hogs to Cincinnati last week for which they paid 6 12 to 7 34 cents Charles K Wheeler ran over to Lex- Ington and back in his auto last Mon dayDr HI Alcorn attended the annual meeting last week of the American Medjcal Association in SL Louis Miss Nannie Brown has receives from 60mo kind laity friend in White Cloud Mich a box of wintergreen berries a delightful and dainty lltle fruit that cold weather does not af feet and that matures there before strawberries do here Charles Brown of Louisville was home Sunday He Is making good with tho Southern Tent and Awning Company of that city and Lexington Tho severe wind storm last week put a large number of our phones out of use but our new lineman Chas Jonos soon got all talking again An extraordinary entertainment by the best dramatic and musical talons in these parts will be given at AI corns Opera House on Friday eve ing June 17 The Ladles Aid So clety have charge of the affair which U a guarantee of jai success Miss Pffle Drye is the guest of Mrs Lou FIdler of lebanan George Bohon Will B Davis and Charles Finnell of Harrodsburg came over in a 13500 auto for pack Foddlea benefit and spent the day with Dr J T Bohon and family Mr Frank Jeffers and wjfb and Master Frank spent a few days last week with Dr Bohon Tho mother of Fred Joffers of Lou IsvlllV came over last Friday for an Indefinite sojourn at Dr Bohons Mrs Hill Spalding of Louisville la visiting her father Dr Alcorn Miss HnttlfU Lipps has returned homo from yinrent Ala where she spent a most successful season trimming ladles trots Parkor Swope and Rowland Bishop havo been tendered good positions In the Blue Grass League and may ac Copt if they can get relcasd from the local team Several sacks of Saturday week mall for this place wore hoid over nt Moroland until Monday which accounts for the late delay in delivering the Interior Journals Miss Lizzie Phillips of Liberty Is tho quest of Mrs Wm Myers Miss Katie Warriner of Lexington Is spending the week with her aunt Sirs Wm Myers- McCorraack Rifle 8 Tucker who arc largo shippers of lambs and other Ijvo stock we are informed want a Tar of black lambs for the Louisville market tho coming week Rev R C Blaln and mother of Ioulsvlllo arrived Thursday to our city whore they will make their future home Tho glad hand of welcome is being extended them with the best wishes of tho entire community Noah Bells store on Calhoun creek Casey County was burned with all Its Intents lust week There was not a Hutch in the house Small insurance on stock I Miss Elizabeth Adams of Greenville Tex is visiting her aunt Mrs A M ryeMiss Alice Lyon held the key that unlocked the ten dollar drawer at the Emporium this week C W Adams got a V with his key Mrs V B Morse was called to Quincy Ky by wire on account of serious Illness of her mother Mrs Mary Logan of Birmingham Ala accompanied by Hulct Adams arrived for a months stay with rein tives and numerous friends here Miss Kolnnd of Lawrenceburg Ky and Miss Virginia Swope or Danville are guests of Miss Anglo Carpenter If you have not laughed this year plcafo pet a tloket to opera house next Friday night and go wolf prepar ed Mls Edna Ljpps and her runt Mrs Wells of Wise Vnnro guests of Ulpps sisters this week The officers and members of HUE tOl1 lIe Commercial Club are reques ted to meet on Important business in opera house ThUrsday eve Juno ICj I at 730 McCormack Rifle and Tucker shipped three cars of fine lumber to the markets last week and expect to shill three this week at lower prices Wo have 150 to 100 acre farm on Middleburg pike with good Improve meats close to school and church good land well watered and well fenced Can tell at 8200 possession at once Terms easy W R Wil llama 8 Co All members of Hustonvlllo Com mercial Club are requested to meet at the opera house at 730 P M Col J D Swope Judge J P Bailey and Mr Bailey Hill came up Saturday morning in Mr Hills new auto and spent the day with friends In our city Rev Alcnzo Jeffries who lives on Brush Creek In Casey county mourns the loss of his garden all his chickens and came very near losing his home by the high water last Saturday N- and e his family left the house tearing it would be carried away Elwood and Francis Wcatherford are at home for the summer from college M E Allen of Danville was the guest of his brother J W and D C Allen Saturday and Sunday Ed C Hopper who spent the winter in California will arrive home this weekErleston is the adopted name of the nqw little enterprising village In the foible Green River valley former ly known as Richards cruse roads Erles 8 Montgomery dealera In general merchandise and produce there are meeting with success beyond their expectations A large audience greeted the speak ers at the tuberculosis meeting nt the Christian church Sunday after noon Miss Dr Berne Carpenter read nn able paper on thu whlt plague Dr J G Carpenter of Stanford held the audience spellbound for one hour with nn able address on the proven ion treatment and cure of this most dreaded of all disease lu al1 He stages Drs Barker and Chlklress made short but Interesting talks The many relatives and class mates here of T Logan Hooker will be grieved to learn ot his death in Lox Ington 01 June lath alter u short 111 ness He was born raUf and ixu sated here and loved by all who knew tam East End Property DISPOSED OF BY MASTER COM MISSIONER Matter Commissioner H R Saufley sold yesterday at public onticry the W J Edmiston property at Crab Orchard to Geo Hlgglnbotham for 3000 This Is a very desirable place a the house of eight or nine rooms Is comparatively new and the 12 acres of Iait9 Is regarded a first class The Commissioner also sold 100 acres of East End land belonging to the hairs of Moses Stewart to John B Moes lor 11200t Ottenheim A group of fox huntars haded by Milton Warren after an aching nice caught n fox near F L Davis store Saturday night Miss Delta Ella Manuel after n weeks visit at her brothers T C Man tea of Rowland has returned home George McKJnney of Garrard warp Sunday to se his best girl but we would note him to know that we snld this for anything as George In so bashful BT G Russell formerly of this plate now near Woodstock is going to run Mr Add Das tins monstrous traction engine with his five trains of wagons to haul lumber from tho latter place to Crab Orchard It looks like n modern railroad locomotive Elmore Slier and wife alter a few weeks visiting relatives have return ed to Paris whore Mr Slier is a brake man on the railroad Mike Long the hustling oung map of the firm of Petroy and Long tells us they bought over 900 pounds of May apple root and over 55 worth of ginseng v Get n 50cent box of Sllona Stom ach Tablets at Pennysbrug Store and stop all distret9 Cure Indigos tion or money back It cured me or It saved the life of my child are tho expressions you hcnr every day about Chamberlains Collo Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy This Is true the world over where this valuable remedy has been introduced No other medicine In use for War rhoea or bowel complaints has receiv ed such general approval The secret Itho EUCCCES of Chamberlains Collo Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is itbat It cures Sold by U L Penny SANITARIUMFOR LANCASTER PHYSICIANS BUY SITE MA80M HOTEL SOLDLIVE GOSSIP FROM GARRARD Lancaster June 13 Tim physlefans of Lancaster purchased tho brick residence on Da vlllo street from Misses Martha and Sallle Tlllet for 3500 for an upto date sanitarium Many modern don veniences will be nddfd tr thi build- Ing 1 Hughes Swlnebroad sold for MrshE J Mason her hotel property known as the old Mason House on Stanford j3 street to R E McRoberts for 4500 It will be remodeled and made a more modern structure in many waL l Viss Lettle May McRoberts the attractive daughter of Mr and Mrs IL EMcHoberts has graduated after a four years course at Randolph Maeon College Lynchburg Va She was one r of a clns8pf 45 students MrsMary3760Rev began a series of meetings at the An countySundnyElder F M Tinder Rev George A Joplin of Louis h Sunday thePresbyterlnnWorth Saving ofGreensburg 1 tertMrs Lumley lived in this county for a number of years MrsEmma solIto192 an acre The tract consists of 243 j acres entertainedhandsomely honor of her visitors Misses Sallie and Annie Hoover of Nlcholasvllle LnncurtcrIIIgh i Samuel Anderson sold to Jesse Fox l two 1150 pound cattle at 6 12 cents J D Pope bought a cow of bliss Nettle Joseph of Hlattsvllle for 45 j Mr Harvey Thompson aged 93 years died at his home on White IJelc of the general Infirmities of age The cemeteryrhowill meet Wednesday afternoon at j the Christian church v to hear an ad dress from Mrs Sarah K Yancey of Lexington The Stanford Auxiliary rllTheTuesday Afternoon Club the week in honor ot their guest pastII Mnrpnret Clnrk of Cincinnati lightful refreshments were served Earl Richard Ward and Miss label Andridgu of Cincinnati were united In marriage the past week at theStn ton Hotel The groom with his par seats Mr and Mrs Richard Ward liv i ed in Lancaster for some 12 or JE years and he Is n frequent visitor here while the bride is the attractive young daughter of Mr and Mrs Andrew A h Andrldge of the Queen Rev and Mrs bell and children of familyMiss for a visit to Mr John CityjIva Leo Smith her home In Richmond Miss White of Richmond awl Elizabeth Scott of Missouri are tors of Miss Mary Elmore Hiss Hulllo Brown has rret MIllIittram a pleasant stay with Dn MM E J Brown of Stanford Mr and Mrs H Clay Sutton returned from their bridal trip and fro now happily ensconced in the grooms pretty suburban home Miss Rella Arnold loft Monday for a Isil to the Frills City The Mary Walker Prlco Chapter ot tho U D C met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs Ed Price Mrs C C Brown will entertain the Womans Club Wednesday afternoon Miss Alice Rankin of Stanford Is the guest of her cousin Miss Mary Rankin Miss Carrie Walton Anderson Is at home for the summer from tile Normal school at Richmond Mltses Hattie Mobley and Berths Hauiui of Nemby Ky are guests of Mr and Mrs L J Sanford Mrs Frank Bacon and children o6 Kanas City came Saturday to spend the summer with her parents Mr and Mrs John Anderson Mrs J Bradford Jennings and little Henry Clay Jennlngsof Pedos Texas are hero for a visit to Me Ilex Doly and family and Mrs Henry Cloy Jennings Mr and Mrs Wm Collier and little laughter Mary Johnston Collier ot TeuueEsee are hero visiting Mr and Mrs J B Collier JACK BIT MERCER f FARMERS TJUMB OFF- A E Reed of Mercwr county wont into a stall and put u halter on a jack for y the purpose of loading U to water As he passed by the stall of another jack the animal became Infuriated and nabbed Mr Roods hand taking tho thumb on tho loE Land Into his mouth and It oft as df it had boon cut with n razor In nt tempting to pull his hand from the animals mouth tbo loaders in Me Reeda arm wore pulled oltmihlng tho Injury all the more painful L I t ji 1NiERIORJOURNALEstablished zy1EtY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At tPer Year In Advance 11 t yHFLTAN SAUFLEY Publliht Soured at the Post omco at Stan i 304 X7 as Second Class mall l Jtas lutfen to the Frankfort News imvtlanlnB tho Intent of democratic jpaaa to support certain nominees wttan Its chief owners and editors 3st r3t jet gotten tho stain of the- rgeaLknit f from a democratic noml jp Kentucky In a decade off their IfwDmlU- J cloaks Now really Isnt it Editor D M Hutton of the liar i TDiiCmrc Herald has our congratulat h bus on his wedding to Miss Linney M rMasanxo rlghUy understood brings tolhe happy and the good a paradise bdax HEALS CREEK IKrss OUla Murphy of Rowland t sad Mrs Samuel Cordier of Lebanon Juadloa spent Sunday with Mrs aaaa attaint Mrs S T Roberts of Raw laxand Miss Dessle Harrington of IKcSiaakj visited Mrs J T Mundy 3tt W F Martin of Ludlow Ky SCTzJ at Saturday to Join his family al Sits r H Rains I Dn County Board of Education let the contract to Mr Kltrell to build a sew schoolhouse which was so bad JI l TM Eaitioy Bros of Stanford were mIHS Sunday on two of Neals Creek rttty girlsDOWN IN CASEY yinyrf 1C Wright and Rod Walter Weit r went to Powers Saturday I and attended tho Murphy sale court 3C the pretty girls and returned Tkncnfc Inn the night after capsizing weir Buggy and enduring some oth tel mishaps TKia Hatter of Yosemite was hero Ionian Ho will be 90 years old- Ie z short wnllo and Is n hale old I senttesum for his advanced age It speaking of this late spring and cool i nvafiw bo remarked that 50 years t sp It frosted In Casey County during tike Auoist EldctionLiberty News I Remedy is youarvnotijjsatfciitetl aster using ipottem according to directions your rsamrtw wilt Uo refunded it is up to 300 to try abler by O L Penn- yPreachersville r jj jsfcc treorgw B Colson Is quite ill XCKJIN Rlgsby Is no better JSj It Anderson sold some corn toy R GL EMUis at 1325 jter Pierce Bryant preached Sat er3 and Sunday at the Baptist cfcsrctU good crowds V 3IUHMnn and Mary Pettus are at IrIIEIItwin Montlcello and Richmond fo rtscc2Fely Miss Ha has taught a A successful term of schol at Monti nYtttr airraepondent first experlenc ed rbsf Aim off a fox chase at night last scwl fn coninany with Mr W K n- al1lard wise oaas one of the best pucks cI hounds ftr Central Kentucky we to armrest at RVynards stamping groun TIle Enormous Profits x In Fire Insurance I Crer 10000000 was paid In 1907 to Jarajca insurance companies doing bus IMH m the United States owing to I 1listsof nJficient large American com and thousands of firms are still rfxb to obtain enough insurance Tbcrrbno good reason why the Unit ei States and particularly the South TrwMiojld not provide their own fire iwraafl capital and own the strong set companies when the field is so n U6leaad so unlimited 7 stock7vr Tert Stock Exchange for 1600 The Ta33ce AmaietSon of Philadelphia par 0 recently sold for 316and hat many1lSaItJ of NeW York Par W sold pafocon r passing1eaoto recentlyeeidfar4BlOI II weCmpajiy of Newark N Jwith 1000IfiIrf aUckhoIders of only 150000 thetn Clay Fire willkfi Md will boglad to Interest our people11 viUbseme stock in the Henry Clay The night was an ideal one for the sport and the dogs were In fine shape for n race Soon after we had halted at a suitable place we heard the music begin The hills took up the echo and Its reverberations amid tho Rocky cHITs and cedared slopes of Dix river was very fine indeed Sir Reynard wns not very obllglnKhowe er or else knew that If Ballards hounds got too close It would be unhealthy After a short but lively chase he was Ilad to retire to the safety of his favorlti den in the rocky cliff The best proot of the swiftness of this pack Is shown by their catching quite a number of grown foxes On one day a few years since these dogs caught two large male red foxes Our turnpikes are getting to be In n worse fix than we have ever seen them It Is a fact that what were once our boasted highways equal to any In the state are swiftly and sure ly returning to mud roads Tile pikes In the East End have no ditches worth the name and water runs across the roadbed in hundreds of places and In several cases we have seen sheets of water cutting chan nels lengthwise of the roadbed because the center of the roadbed af forded a lower level than the make shift ditches The Lancaster and Crab Orchard turnpike has not been ditched properly since the Lord only knows when and not according to specifications Twothirds of our turnpike system has not a high enough crown In the center of roud bed to properly divert the water Into roadside ditches The crown years the same relation to and serves the same purpose towards a pike that a root to a house does The culverts are choked up bridges in poor repair and lots of the bridges not properly banlsteredL and wife were vis sting Cephas Morgan and wife at Point Lcavell Mr and Mrs John Bell visited Mr and Mrs J M Lunsford In Boyle Samuel Tudor of Garrard was witn relatives here Mr and Mrs Cossle D Sutton of Mt Vernon were visiting L F Thompson and oth er relatives Mrs S D Carpenter Ind son Voodson were up In Madison attending the burial of Alyln How ards little child Mrs Kate Wade of oorbin visited 1 W Payne and sis ter at Tapphanna Mr and Mrs Jo seph Pettua of Springfield have been visiting his mother Mrs Rebecca Pettus J Mi Cress and wife were In UMkc sUe last week to see Mrs J J Smith who Is quite sick Miss Ml randa White ot Tucson Arizona has been visiting her aunt Mrs J H Usa by Mr and Mrs F F Cmmlns 01 Crab Orchard attended church here Uil Naylor wife and son were visit lug on Stingy Creek I r Everette GUI has resigned as pastor of the Baptist church at Dan vllle Ifs wit go to Rome to becoma superintendent of the Italian mission IF YOU WANT TO PLEASE THE WIFs- ecure a fire insurance policy 01 your home and furniture The sliell quit worrying about what yoi and she would do if anything should happen For she does worry and will continue to as long as you things remain uninsured Have ui issue you a policy today and yo will please her mightily fish Penninglon Stanford Ky Phone 200 ARTISTIC shades in our ready nixed colors For durablity and uniform high quality they are unequalled Talk all you like about good paints Then do a little actual painting with a small sample from our stock and watch results Youll satisfy yourself that you can buy no better paint for the money anywhere Let our paint talk J A ALLEN Stanford Ky I AUTOMOBILESSUPPLIES AGENTS FO- RFlanders 20 750 E M F 30 1250 Haynes 2000 4000Studebaker6000 If interested Phone us Bell demonstration 24 and we will gladly give youIj Danville Ice Coal CoDanville Ky 1F 7 m iis1 t Various r nearpure of Try our Coffee as a sample of our grocery service Chase Sanborn stand at of Very Respt ttalllsens W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky y DONT RUN ENTIRELY OUT of llaagh mans Fancy Patent No 1 flour Order a new sack when the old one Is nearly gone Then there will be no Interruption of the line baking that Baughmans Fancy Patent No 1 flour helps you to do Havent tried Baughmans Hour yet Then you certainly should do so at once All the beat bakers In the city are It right along J H Baughman Co A W CURD AUCTIONEER DUI in KentucUy I am a of Jones National Hchoo of AuetloneersObtcagoand bare bad ex perlence In the bin cattle lalei at the UnIon stock Yard Chicago where we sold some thoroughbreds ai nigh ai 11800 Alto in sales where 8no sales were made each haveEbefore arrange for your tale I can makoialeitoyouradvantugo PItONE2SIl Harry JacobsDealer In Manufacturer r Marblo Granito Monuments Markers and Posts Ometery and Lawn MeuSpring Summer Stock Have your measure taken by a tailor of ex Then your clothes whethera low price suit or the ilneit evening clothe will nave thnt individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure 1 will II Iou take your measure for extra troiuvr fancy vets top ooatii and overcoats and Summa iau4pje on bona nmly lur sour inspection HIt IHPLKYTheTallor Sinuford Ky I MASONS MEET Lincoln roda1I No tn Kd AM will meet In stuivtl coinniunlcatloiiun each lint and third Monday nl bH ofrntU month at TOO oclock In their bull on main streeet Htnn lord Ky Membursof lIter lodges lire Ira ternally Invited to lpresent T W Pen alnxton Hoc LcS N TIME TKBLEN- ollHonthlinrxNo aa Routh 1043 A M No14Nortb440 A M- NoriNortha4p r M Non 1019 A x 2o1a14o r x JOS 8 RICE Agent W A TRIBBLEFurniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford Kentucky Well Explain The Dif ference Between The 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 all right We dont handle the kind groceries Coffees1 the head the list using and business SprIng I Bring Your Produce To Us We here opened a produce howe on Sew- enet street and will pay the higherf market price for all kinds of country product Brig m your scut M OBASTINCO Stanford Ky BLACKSMITHING nflralrflpalrNattafsctloa guaranteed shop oppositePhillip concrete store JAlol8 URAlKrT1Stanford Ky JLBezleyCo I Ondertanera and Embalm m Also Dealer in Fur Theytrill QiveThem S KtORDt KENTUCK Y CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE ofailnotice Also make a specialty of wreathsfor for funeral purpose atreasaonableprices OlIRIHTHA nOUAEHKD Htanird K- yCONCRETING n We are In positIon to do all klndl of con Pavementlandserveyouwork and material Oall and get our pricesbefore you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky I J BELDEN For bouc carriage and Ilgn paInting deco trimmingofand boots mad htopoverAldrldgesblack KIboneJ J BKfDKN Stock of Merchandise for Sale i UroeerIeReasonIlloxo DiOPPIItNtantordKy When Hungry GO TO arsons Ilestaurant lanca ternStreet Stanford K xtneatmeal looking IpeclpUrRplendld Groceries hot Coffee Bandwlohej pleajauttermll- kandsweemliketcatall times W A CARSON Prop TILE- PRINCETON Ederheimer Stein Co uAScae t Look At Your lVeighborst Clothes ah i Q l H i1 ila H H a Qa a 00 H H j t tliyorSeelets bikes and grar this senrostinrD In square broad shoulders the straight deed safe anti pretty The fnbrlQ la MA banging trousers and ask him when r fine We fit you at any prlee from lithe got them and almost every time37do the suit a a GaaO G o a OQOa aa H J McROBERTS ir Gti aG aOGOG Q 00000000006000 Fi CEEEEE aatr aE8G L IVnnv It H Coffey E R Coleman fB 1WthemW r HIof I I I N1 Nto- rePENNYS dDY1I QJ I STOREfBDRUG m stanford KentuckyimBB BBBBBB3 E Detroit Vapor The Latest In OIL TOVEI r rt Absolutely Wickless No Asbestos No Cotton Wicks The Very Thing for Summer4Cooking 4 Makes life in the kitch en endurable In hot weather GEO H FARRIS When You Have Pr daceToSclCall JIJ H B Northcott r J I Stanord Ky PhoneJISS THURMAN K TUDOR Manager JUNE Utfi iflio THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KYPAGETHREE Ir J 1 BIG REMNANT SALE i Continues Through This Week Ending June 18th COn account of the heavy rains keeping many away from our remnant sale we have concluded to continue until JUNE 18th We will also a llowthe low price of 148 for Ladies Low Shoes to remain the same during the week f Dont fail to take advantage of this opportunity to get that extra pair of shoes at a saving of onethird to onehalf rl- Ya SEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky0 i NEEDLES Bobbin and Shuttles f- cill wlng machines at Pennys Drug- Store b t PERSONALS Mfl James MoHficr Is confined to I t t her lied with mumps J S Owsloy hits returned from n p visit In Louisville CeokS Dolllo Mcrobarta Is bookkiwp t W IL HtgKlns Mrs Tnlton Kmbry of Clnclnotl is the guest of Mrsl A II Severance S W C Pettus has returned to t t fr homo nt Crab Orchard after a UIsIt to her alstor lira J K Cummin i Mis Salllo Taylor Woods and Mrs Jessie StoRg arc the latest vIctluiH of f jtho mumps Mrs Cass has returned to hur himo at Uroilheod oltor visiting her daugh t ter Mr Hilton t James II Haughntan has aufllolonl Iyr covurtd front tho injury sustain tod when kicked by a maru to net t About town 1Fowlo operator at lebRnun lila sitterent at homo I r1f1S Ilesslo accompanied him home for n AJW weeks visit IA h D nbp3111 of Lexington retire I lntlng the Casualty Comrnny of mor1cn was with local agent It 0 I Nowlanll last week Bev J H McMiillen and brldo were fin Saturdays train on route from Lob It neon to Mlddloaboro to spend hart of Ihftlr honeymoon In the mountain city f MM Katie Melvin has returned to her homo at Mt Vernon after nevtrnl flays with her aunt Mrs IS J Drown JL Attorneys C C Ragby and Robert Bt Danville and J E Roblnsoq oi Jff1 Jxincaiter Voro horo attending court aturdtiy A a Kastland of LoulsvilKf was in town Monday Miss Mary Daughorty is iult IIi at her home near Turner vllll J N Saundors and daughter Miss Sophia spent Sunday In Louisville Miss Martha Wren Is somewhat im proved after several days Illness Mr end Mrs S J Kmbrv have bot- tbbn quite III but are somewhat Im proved now Miss Hthel Sears of Louisville Is the guest of Misses Martha and Jon- nie Wren Mr J A Walden of Parksvllle was a substantial cutler at this ollltte SaturdayMrs Nevlus Is back from a several days visit with Joea Nevlus and family nt Lancaster Ocorgu Ultchle of Mineral Wells Texas lt the guest of his grandpar elite Mr and Mrs J N Mcnefee- Prof J W Ireland Clarence Tate neil J D J ads made a trip to Lan caster last week to bowl on the al Icys there Leslie Anderson of Somerset and n valued subscriber of the I J has been appointed to n good place In the Census Bureau at Washington MM M K Fish and Mrs Will Pet tug of Crab Orchard with the lattojrs two charming little ones are the guests of Mrs JG Carpenter A PI Joseph Missouri paper says Mi u Smith Penny gave a childrens party thin afternoon for her little daughter Kathorlne nnd Klllp Withers McCJarj of Stanford Ky The hours wore dutoted to games The refresh mtnt lable was decorated with pink carnations ate guests about twenty were limited to the neighborhood chit Iron fe I OG iPQOOcOQfCOs UU Co O- ia n f Boys of All Sizes Wi o Ctin find everything they wear at our store g from 1 to 25 Shoes oxfords sandals SUITO and tennis shoes waists tics collars and M hose hats and caps poros knit union suit two piece un r derwear a You can dress the boy from III head to foot for a small price Wi 0 e 4 wP Itv 1 Cummins A Wearen 4 n STANFORD KENTUCKY lie4itt 41441441 441 k4441I4 4 Mss Pauline locker has retur1ed from Lexington where she attended commencement exercises of Say and othor colleges C G Ware wire and daughter Miss Aunlo were guests of Mr and Mrs P P ninnkcnshlp Sunday Mat Cohan tho well known horse man was here oourt day looking for sties stock Miss Alice White and Mrs laalaa White of Moreland have been the guofcts of Mrs Wllcher Miss Jcnulo Wllcher and Mlsa Luella White have returned from a visit to Paint Lick Mrs William Severance has retired home from u lengthy visit to rela lives In Shelby county and Louisville Mrs John Farmer and children have returned from a visit to her par ants at Hubble Mrs James Wilson 1s quite ill at her homo In the Waynesbutg section Ilcv II n Mahony Is In Tacoma Washington for a sixty days stay do- Ing some Insurance work Woodspn May of Somerset went up to tbo mountains on Monday morn Ings train Miss Lucy Simpson was called to Loulavllle Monday by the Illness of her sifter Mrs 0 G Tayior Miss Virginia Mhony Is In rank fort the guest of Misses Annie nnd Katherine Gentry Miss Sara Hurt has returned to her home In Lancaster after a visit to the family of W H Curtis Mrs L K Hughes Miss Paanie Thompson and Miss Mattlo McClary arc spending several days with rela tives and friends at Mt Vernon Mrs Nannie Harper adn daughter Mrs Fannie Lee Davis and little grandson Harper Pruitt of Junction City were the guests of Mrs S J Dell last week Mrs Lucy Iteichcnbach of George town Ind Is the guestof her sister Mrs W P Martin near TurnervllleI Reb Goddard and Spencer of Harroo burg were here mixing IIGaboIs the guest ot hie father und family pt Crab Orchard They spent Monday hero and Mr Lackey was given aI arm greeting by his many friends at his old home Mr J T Underwood and daughter Miss Elizabeth of Parkaville are the i rests of Mr William Underwood and family Mrs J T Livingston leaves this week far Davenport Wash to her husband who has located thereII and Is delighted with the country Mrs diaries Ensslln hM returned from Louisville where she attended Ute wedding of her daughter M ss Barbara to Mr John Erwin which as a happy went of last week Mrs Tom Pence is entertaining this evening with a six oclock dinner In honor of Mrs Jones ot Louisville the guest of Miss Sara Baughman The ladles Aid Society of the Pres byterian church will hold nn open ses sion at the church on next Sunday evening at 745 to which all the outer socIeties of tho town are cordially Invited Mrs J U Foster will entertain a fow Intimate friends at dinner Wed nesday in honor of Mrs Tnlton Em bry th guest of Mrs A H Severance Several other delightful affairs will be given for Mrs Embry during her stay here one of which will be by Mrs Will Shanks Mr Forestus Reid nnd family will leave Wednesday for their farm In Lincoln county wheto they will spend the summer They will bo accom panied by Miss Amelia Yerkes who will make them a short visit In about two weeks Miss Mary Reid wilt leaver Illinois where shewll Join a house- party for several days Mr J n Adams the druggist will leave this afternoon for Martlnsvllle Ind to bo gone several days Mr June Reid wilts In charge of the busIness during the absence of Mr Adams Danville Advocate FOR MRS EMBRY Mrs William HShanks entertain ed Monday evening with a beautiful ly appointed dinner In honor of Mrs Talton Embry of Cincinnati the guest of Mrs A H Severance Those present besides the host and hostess werer Mr and Mrs A H Severance Mrs Embry Mrs Baldwin and Miss Olive Baldwin of Richmond Miss Rachel Allison 1Short Local News New and complete line of wall paper I just received J L Benzley Co Rooms rentat the College H I jMcRoberts it Complete line ot rockers at W A KyiFor Sale Brand new Oliver type writer latest model at a bargain Ed C Gaines Lancaster 318 Our clothes cleaner and repairer Is on duty again ready to walt on the trade Cummins Wearen Found Pair of gold rimmed spec tacles Ownor can get same by pay Ing for this ad This office Mv barbershop Inthe future be open Sundays till noon Ed Wll klnson 312 LastA class pin with letters N E C 0 Reward for return lo Severance Sons A handsome oil portrait Richard Cobb painted by Miss Rena DeCamp an artist of Clnclnatl Is In Beazleys window Lost a gray horse with glass eyes And ilea bitten Will pay anyone tak ing care of him nnd notifying me H H Padgett Arabia Ky I I Attorney K S Alcorn ns agent for the heirs Maria Baughman sold Monday the laters house and lot on Wat erworks Street to W M Bright for = 400 Drs A K Caldwell and J G Carpenter will hold an antituberculosis meeting at the Baptist church at Wa nesburR Ky June 26th at 2 P M Sunday SPRING cleaners secure the finest paper in world to go under carpets mattings etc at the very lowest price AlsoIN W Fowle with Dcntuim Bros took the early train Mbnday for Paris Vlllersburg and Carlisle where he has extensive coal trade By a lib Inn use of paint and lime be nowhas very neat and attractive office at Rowland cottageiroes a con dition Situated two miles east ot Crab Orchard on Mt Vernon pike Price = 550 Katie Simpson Crab Orchard Ky 314 Pronounced by millions the greatest itrenth maker appetite builder and health restorer Holtlsters Hocky Mountain Ten will make you feel that illfc Is worth living 35 cents Tea or Tftbletfi For sale by Shugars and Tanner Stanford TO PLAY AT CRAB ORCHARD Messrs Gifford and Edgar Dates have been employed by Mr J B Willis of Crab Orchard Springs to furnish the music for the Summer Doth are accomplished musicians and tad patrons of this popular resort will be afforded a rare treat In the shape of some good music They wilt leave about July Int and bo absent nlout ten weeksDanvllle Messenger STRONG LEGAL PARTNERSHIP Attorney C C Williams has formed n law partnership with County torney HJ Johnson who like AtIllama Is an able lawyer and the ot Williams Johnson wit be one the strongest law firms to be found anywhere In eastern Kentucky Mr Williams wilt continue to make his hume In Itt Vernon IrATE or ISLUCASFRANK J CHEMT matH Datil that be U wnlor partner ol the dm ot F 1 CHINET ok Co domE la the CItr ot Toledo County and HUM torrwUJ and that said firm will par the sum 01 ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for rarb and errrr cue ot CATARRH that cannot be cured br the lae ot UAUS CATARRH CCRIFRAVIC J CHENEY Sworn to before me and tubwrlbed in my pretence his Sth day ot December A D IIM J lAW QLEA30V- I1 SEAL NOTARY PUBLIC UW Catarrh Cure U takes Internally and acti directly upon the blood and mucous lurlace ot the tntem bind for twtlmonuu tree F J CHENEY k CO Toledo 0 Sold by all Druxtma Tats Halls Family UcI I Notes and Accounts Collected 1 We collect notes and accounts anywhere in the United States No charges unless we collect Also look after claims of all kinds ld Bank references Correspondence solicitedtlMAYS COLLECTION E WOODSON MAY Mgr Somerset Kentucky tINFORMAL FAMILY REUNION Mrs J W Baughmon was hostess last Friday afternoon at an informal family reunion in honor of Mrs ueo Burk of Owensboro who bpfore her marriage was the charming Miss Dora Baughman of this city in spite of the weather quite a number were present Delightful ices nnd cakes were served This is Mrs Durk first visit to her old home In two years A LARGE DAY AT- McKENDREE CHURCH Lincoln wnn splendidly represented In the program of the Childrens Day and Mothers Day at McKendree last Sunday also Garrard and Doyle the overflow audience going Into the hun r dreds I The young peoples carried out from 1030 being recitative nuulealIIrogramw3SIal in excellent form wore highly ing collection taken From 12 to 2 one upIKendree hospitalities ner by the splendid home keepers ot I aboutFromdresses were given at the laymens program for tho Mothers Day sactton by Drs fickle and Rawson on tile ti Gospel of Health In the Home The Preventable In The Preventable in Diseases topicsIdren a feature highly a new phase of church work deavor The series will be ued during the open season at interivals Some one remarked When church helps folks seven days In week It Is going better theIthe day was one of high grade E 1I IO I t1 r I Odd Pouts 11 LA rs i You will need a pair of light pants this summer We have a large assortment of peg tops for the young men and a regular cut for the older men 1fW E PERKINS v CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY Jerrs a la I R Hughes T W Humble W O MartinI IL Umbrellas z a We call your special attention to our black silk umbrella with mission handles the best values we have ever seen a regular 3 value for 2IAlso a beautiful line of sols Price from one to five dollars Call and see them o A HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes L STANFORD KENTUCKYI I ti ir PAGE FOUR THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY I j JUNE 14th 1910 I H HANNAS GREEN SEAL PAINTIi i NOTHING IN IT but what should be there NOTHING 1 LACKING that will improve it Possesses Every Essential Quality w t1 Pigments scientifically combined and finely ground in Pure Linseed Oil fNota Little Lead and a Lot of Zinc but a LOT OF ZINCI people want it BYLi L L SANDERS Crab Orchard and f d G 6 PRUITT Moreland 9o Wit Mo- a WH H H H H HH i The Winning Feature of The i OYIIERLANDCAR Is Its Simplicity O a 01 L 0 Anyone Can Learn to 11 f Run it Fqr it Operates t on Only Three Gears Wi Its the Auto for all the Family for any Girl or Woman can Run it as Easily as a Man Just i Let us Prove this to 4Youh aJ tf C P Cecil Walter Dunn AGENTSI ii 0 Phone us For G Free Demonstration Danville Ky 0- o a J1i 01oI1i1iFi FirF eI1tFia RURAL TELEPHONESM-R MR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations i at anyrtime This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to leadquafters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Far mere Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we V KentuckyOtl FIRST NATIONAL BANK t STANFORD KENTUCKY 1882t 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 216500fL1 OFFICERS DIRECTORS J S Hocker President F Reid J H Baughman D Elmore J M VicePresidentM PettusS T Harris CumminsJohnH C Baughman Asst Cashr E C Walton J S Hocker WWSaundersBookkeeper W H Murphy the Dncoln County national Dank Of Stanford mucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 5000000 RESOURCES 34000000 fi CASHIERiASST CASH I CLERKst t JI W CarterStenfordJohnl kin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor VVrGooch Gilberts Creek t llkenyou wan VISITING CARDS WEDDING INVITATIONS STATIOKEJOT GSeeThe Interior Journal Stanford Ky A COLouisvilleKyC11 Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality a 1 leeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee BUSINESS CARDS eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeew DENTIST Office at Retldervce CRAB ORCHARD KY DR T W PENNINGTON I Dentist Hours 83012 A M and 1 to 4l30 P M office Myers House Flats Stanford Ky DR W N CRAIG Oculist and Optician Office over H J RcRoberts store Stanford Ky J P CHANDLER Auctioneer I will conduct any kind of snl Lincoln and surrounding counties andi you want good prices for your or stock see me Stanford UDIsol 51 II JOHNSON Auctioneer- I will conduct sales in ibis and sur rounding counties Satisfaction guaranteed Stanford IlDNo 1 FLYING SOME Charles K Hamilton flew in nn aeroplane from Governors Island New York to Philadelphia and return Monday He made the S8mlie trip in one hour and 61 minutes and the return trip in one hour and 31 minutes alter he had broken his pro j peller The return trip was made a the rate of C496 mlles di hour which breaks the record madf dn the Cur ties flight from Albany to Vfew Yor- kEczemaA I Germ Disease Can Now Be Cured The medical profession Is all agree d that Eczema is a germ disease but the thing that has baffled them is to find some remedy that will get to thegermt and destroy them Zemo the clean external treatment has solved this difficulty by drawing the perms to the surface of the skin and de stroying the germ life that causes the diseases The whole method of treatment and cure by Zemo is explained in an interesting book on the subject is sued by the makers of Zemo It tells how to cure yourself at home of Ecze ma Blackheads Pimples Dandruff and all diseases of the skin and scalp Call at Pennys Drug Store for the booklet and learn more about this clean sim ple remedy that is now recognized the standard treatment for all diseases of the skin and scalp BRING YOUR HORSE ALONG and look at the latest In harness lie will approve of it as well as you Our stock of saddles are strong and well made and as for whips fly nate ulankiHs etc we have endless quan titles and qualities to suit all tastes J C McCLARY Stanford Ky Stock For Sale I lmv Mile n bay more Mule 7yeon old and weighs 1100 pounds Hound nnd worker Also buy unre 6yeartold Work any where and Inditi been driving her Hhe It sound and tin tntr mid Uter UKIAIIUUNN Hustonvllle FARMERS DEPARTMENT Wanted To Rents farm of about loO or 200 acres In Lincoln county Apply this office 313 The sale of Mrs Johnson which was advertised to be hell near 1111 ledgeville has been declared off ow- Ing I to some complications over a right of way For Sale 8horsc Huber portable threshing engine John 11 Anderson 111 D No 4 Stanford 31y ISeaond hand three inch wagon in i good at a bargain Pence Uroe IWeacres of wheat and is in fine shape A birgain Pence Bros Stanford Wanted to exchange a flve year old horse gopd driver and good worker for a young mare John New ell Htistonvillo Jl D No1Will pay highest market price for 100 bushels or more bue grass seed H Anderson Stanford 293- Tor sale Second hand pony cart In good condllon J 11 Jackson H D 2 Stanford Ky 293 Tobacco plant bed for sale 9 by 100 feet At a bargain J rank Smith K D No2 Stanford 2S2 For Sale 100 foot tobacco bed A It Kobblns Stanford Phone 1U9- 4Estray A little old tousle headed sorrel mare with few gray halra and spots about shoulders and neck show ing age and hard work Anyone notlc ing such nag will confer a favor on a distracted family by notifying L M Lawrence by card Wayneaburg Route 4 or Will Thompson by phone Kings Mountain Ky Fncsii Jersey 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 Nat Geshem Moreland C C Withers sold 17 lamas lust week to Arnold C Lutes at 8 cents Carroll Shanks lost his line coach horse by colic last week Fine Weather KEPT MANY FARMERS AT HOME ON COURT DAY Many farmers remained at home on court day to tak advantage of the good weather There was little cattle on the market anti the trading won dull June court day Is not a good cat tle trading time Gertry Bros of Boyle told to J W Bales about 200 cnttle at 1720 while Jerry Caldwell cot 1725 for a bunch Nevln Carter sold to n S Scud der the crack mare Red Wing at a fancy price Ho sold to Phillips of Lebanon a suckling mule for 1100 FarrIs Sandldge reports that be has Just bad the misfortune to lost n fine colt by Dignity Dare of kidney trouble 200000 Feet of Lumber At The Right Prices- I have 200000 feet of lumber suitable for tobacco barns and oth er building purposes at reasonable prices Call on me or write me for prices and tell me what you want and I can suityouWALKER OWENS Pongo Ky Shippin g Point Mt Vernon Fine Porcelain Bath Tubs are put in by us when we equip your bathroom with new open plumbing Our bathrooms are things of beauty when we have put in open plumbing with nickel plated pipes and fixtures besides We do it a reasonable cost It not only means comfort but health W K WARNER Phone 188 Stanford Ky In Re Buna Vista Compton on Ap plication for Pardon Notice it hereby given that Buna Vida Qomplon now serving a life sentence in the State prnden nary at Frankfort Ky under a charm of house breaking having been convicted in the Lincoln Circuit Court will on the third day of June 1910 make application to the governor of the commonwealth to pardon said Compton Increo tui him from custody This day of May 1910 254 W WILKINSON Barn Lumber For Sale 120006 feet of Boxing Sheeting and Frame Lumber for Barn Pat terns which I will sell for cash or 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 i4sci Mret itI J e b i irry I EI Ve 0 1 1 oddtrousersdressed with them you should wearn nice pair of the CrossettOxford lAlso Ladies Vici Kid Pateat Leather and S- wedeClothing Mgg v usyou 4 in perfect style ro Our hat department a now more complete than ever We have to+ t ro StrawYachtbefore you buy ro e SAM ROBINSON ile STANFORD KY i e S w wr w il Get My Price On House PaintScreen Wire Cloth Cultivators Hoes and and other farming implements t ttLtS L L SANDERSCrab Take Yards buyiaml every Sunday vitlnlnnten f1 MCARTYIVM WALTONV HUGHES8 AT Stanford Kentucky Farms Write for Circular R Ky Inurns Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Ileittlence 1hon omce w Insure with and fully protected D CARTERSNow Depot Street Phone 06 STANFORD KENTUCKY IIrin thetSTOCK LINfr Nunnclleys New to Stock I He gel II day the year except hiring m I your stock Dost market iuIthe Htnt I LexingtonSTANFORD W L E C Pres LR Stanford Real Estate Con I BontlsSold I to L HUGHES Secretary Stanford M me be B in J C McClarYtI I J I IUndertaker SAVE YOUR FOWLS I poultqrrmoAyofhoWorldon with absolute eert4lnt1 tocure nodprerent uLlmbornerk of dlJlo uses Afew drops In theOrlnkingwater keeps fowla poultry and ItvrtboBourbon Poultry CureIHAS lIuLaIraUourbon Paul Cuthe Dt llt utldecoryremedy bynr them Doubon 1ouJr Cute tom find lrs irCbe1euan4LmberecI A r At All Leading DruooUts 60o per Bottle Trial Vial Fret