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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): June 14, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 int1910061401_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 14, 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. VOLUME XXXVII. The Interior Journal. HTANFOIID, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JITNiC 14, 1910. NO. 31. CITY MAY SOON HAVE Concrete Bpdge TO SPAN 8T. ASAPH ON HIGH WATERS DOING MUCH DAMAGE FOUNDATIONS OF TRAYLOR'S MILL WASHED OUT AND CROPS ARE HURT. The heavy rains of last week did a great denl of dnmagc in this part of tho state Tho heaviest thai hah been reported around hero wng the lnury to the foundation of the old Duddcr-iir'mill, now known as Traylor's mill and operated by A. 1). ParBons. Dlx river was swelled so high by tho cfontlmlous rains that a largo part ol tho reck foundations of the famous old mill was washed out and work had to be discontinued until It could be repaired. Mr. Parsons estimates the. dumngu at about $500. Farmers hero on court dav reported much damage to crops owing in tho heavy rains. Wheat Is showing tho clfect of tho wet weather, while corn plantlr g nnd tcbacco setting hns been almost nt n standstill. A prominent farmer. In talking of the matter to tho Interior Journal, said he doubted If Lincoln's yield of wheat this year would reach CO per cent of tho average crop, whllo ho believed that hardly a quarter of tho tobacco acreage expected, had yet been set out. n AUTO FEVER HITS FAIR HUSTONYILLE SEVERAL BUY at 7.30 Illlfe and Tucker three cars of fine lumber to the markets last week and expect to shjp three this week at lower prlcoe. We have IM to 100 acre farm on Mlddleburg pike with good Improve-menclose to school ond church, good land, well watered nnd well fenced. Can fell at 18,200, possession s at once. Torme easy. W. It & Co. All members of llustonvllle Commercial Club are requested to meet at the opera house at 7 30 P M. Col. .1. D. Swope, Judge J. P. Ilalley. and Mr. Dalley Hill camo up Saturday norning in Mr. Hill's new atilo and spent the day with friends In shl-peu Wjl-limn- McCormack, SANITARIUM FOR LANCASTER PHY9ICIANS BUY SITE MASOM HOTEL SOLD LIVE GOSSIP FROM GARRARD. Tho physicians or Lancaster, purchased tho brick residence on street from Misses Martha and Salllo Tlllet for $3,500 for an sanitarium Many modern conveniences will bo ndd.d if th hulIJ-ing- . Da-vll- 24 HOUR ELECTRICITY .SOMER SET STREET. f i STANFORD W. L. A. I. COMPANY IMPROVE. CONTEMPLATING MENT TO SERVICE. ill IV H Stanford Is Improving In no mf.ny wny Dint fornur rsldonts returning hardly know the old town. The lat-eImprovement suggested and which will very probably be shortly tarried Into effect In an nil day or electric light power and power serSecretary George 1 Penny, vice. and (leneral Manager of tho Htnntorl Water, Light & Ico Co. says that the company has been seriously considering Installing the nil day curient very shortly The favor that thin Innovation would meet from the public will determine largely !? uctlon If It can be khown of tho compauy. that It Is a paying proposition tho powerful "Juice" will courBo over the wires all day. In fact, It Is raid that the company will bo w tiling to give this additional service, If It can. as much us break even for a while, believing that as the people become with the benefits of all day electricity, they will make more liber-n- l use ot It. With an nil day norvlco a number of manufacturing and Industrial plnntw. of the city will be able to dispense with their own engine rooms, gnbollne iBglnos etc, and this In Itself should prove :i considerable Hem toward tho the uximnso of the additional servile. During the summer, the 24 houi r At a called mooting ol tho City Council Monday night, the question of a new bridge to replace tho ono that went down under the weight ol O. ll. Speaks' traction iNiplne, held the attention of the City Fathers. It wnn finally decided to build u concrete structure nnd tno contract for it was let to Phillips llrOH , of this city The new bridge Is to have a douule arch, 20 feet wide nnd ol the best quality of concrete, the cost price being $l2i. The Council also ordered concrete walks on the north side of South Main street, extending from tho corner of the Phillips property to, and Including tho property of W. 11. 'J tie contract for this work has not yet been nwarded. All of the debris of the wreck of Iho traction engine and tho saw mill which was being towd by Speaks has bene removed except the engine Itself It still lies on IU Hide In tho creek It Is said to luivc bei.li very little Injured by the. full, and ns soon as It enn be turned ovtr will be all right with perhaps n little patching PROGRESSIVE CITIZENS MACHINES BUDGET OF LIVE NEWS. llustonvllle, June 14 Lancaster, June 13. T, L. Carpenter bought n nlcoOlde-mobil- e Inst week. Hue Spragcns has bought a llvo passenger Hco. Adam Carpenter has made a selection and several others we know of havo the auto fever. Peavyhouse &Scns sold a splendid draft horse to tho Ind dian Ileflning 1200. Company, of Danville, our city. I. especially welcome for It Is bollved that almost every lumlnesb houto In town as well us hundreds of families would And an electric fan not, only a comfort but n great The fans can be run rnnvunltnro. by nn attachment to tho electric light wires, and the current necessary for electric fans Is no moru than for an MTV-Ir- rhould b ordinary lncandecent light. The extension ol the service would he a grtnt thing for the city In many vuys nnd everyone who has discussed the. matter has spoken favorably of It. and hopeful that It will be made at once Stuck BO On Stanford WILL HERE RUN G. W. CHRISTY THCATORIUM s W Christy, whoo vaudeville nnd railroad Bfcow stranded here last' week, became so fond of Stanford during his enforced stay here, that he soncltulrd to make this his home and has secured control of the not trig picture show, the Theatorlum. which h will run In the luture. Mr Christy has had extensive xperl-icin the show biisinss and will endeavor to give the people an up 'tiinseiuoiil place - The new manager of tho owr& Loueo are also considering putting on vaudeville and moving pictures aimut thrice or twice a weok, so that the pleasure lovers of Uni city will trivc no lnvk of umunetnent place this sum mvr rlr-Wie (. required Burglars Busy riio high water In the St Asaph past week made fording Just bethe LAND 4 BUCHANAN'S low the bridge somewhat hazardous FNTER BUT GET LITTLE BOOTY '.a several days and msnv whu II 'ed out In that section of the count v were Some time during Monday night compelled to take long round about thieves entered the grocery and hardware establishment of Ijind & Iluch-nnawnvs to gft to town on the corner of Main nnd Lull catt r streets, and made n futile to get money Lntrance was ef Shot By Flagman feted by placing u ladder to one o the tuck window and prizing the Iroi HOBO PAINTER WOUNDED IN LEG bars apart The evening being slight ly wnrm, nl windows wcro left up, TRYING TO BEAT HIS WAY the proprietors thinking that the bars afforded nmplo protection. John Poo. of Nashville, n painter, It Is evident that entrance Into (he vim said ho was trying to get to Cin- storeroom was made by a boy, us the cinnati to secure work, was shot In space between the, Iron bar It not the lift ankle by Flagman Shultr. ol wide enough to admit the body of a Haiiutiv. r trnln ii. 24 which :iahef man, nnd It Is also evident that the through hero about half past four tnlcves were after meney only, as o'clock In tho morning The shooting nothing In tho store seemed to nave Shnltz claims, u been tampered with except the cash tcok place Monday I ir.t.H Mtnrj thui t'fM. nnllf il ft knife drawer. or I Im. after h- - had been repeatdlj Fortunately W. G. Withers, ho put off tho train arm pcrsisuu iu ei clerks for the firm, left only 20 cents ting back on. In the cash drawer when he closed Ttr 1 l liv(nn. the - L X SUr- - the store and so great was the hurry r.con here, drtsned the man's lnjur and possibly fright of the thieves that and he was sent on tno auernoon only 16 cents of this was tak"n. train to the hoxpltal at Lebanon, b Lr.nd & Iluchanan have no Idea who the rallrood olliclal the thief or thieves are, but are satisfied that novices did the work. I.arge r,ufintitlcs ol Hour, meal and meat of Book Commission Text nearly every kind, canned goods and groceries of every description were within easy range, but were not touchn rt ADOPT BOOKS ed. TO ORGANIZES FOR LOCAL SCHOOLS. State Superintendent ot I'jldlc In hllsworth Hegensteln Ireland a membe; Prol J of the Lincoln Count v Ttxt Hool, the rount superintend erit nnd examiners being ex ollicic members. The Commission organUtt Monday In the nillce ol 1 11 Hughes Irelnnil secrettrr by electing Prof and Supt (1 Singleton chairman Thi ol th lioard are Vr other members J, T Morris. Miss Ante McKinney and Thev will adopt text L. It llughos books for the High School June 2" Rtructlon Commander Brittain MAKES A NEW RECORD WITH BIG BATTLESHIP , Blamed On Comet BAD WEATHER SAID TO BE DUE TO LOSS OF TAIL There seems a general inclination to charge up tho very wot. cold and unseasonable weather to the comet which recently anuMd such a fuwro n mundane sis well as celestial cir"Uncle MU" Warrtm of this cles cltv, now stj venrs okl, dlsunctly tho arpenranco ot the comei 7& years ago. lie sas tint th fcuns following tho comet's appearand re nil out ot order and much 'he same bort of weathet which Is prevailing now, followed tho heavenly s w-- visitor. Now coins II. F. lllllonmoer, tin won-the- tho celobrnted nuroery man nnd authority of Lexlnglor., r vho "The comet of ISr.S, which I remember cll, lost Us tall Just as the 1910 comet has done, and It a remarkable cpluoldonco that Iho msan ! est weather camo after the tall mated lrom tho oomol nnd began floating about In space. 'The people here have peon themselves on tho tfc'e that the comet was leaving us at inte or 2,000,000 mils n dny. but hav overlooked ths faot that it had loft IU rust on tall to Intorforo with wir at modpiierli condition and Inllkt all kinds of niMtii weather on us its ths lust tail did in ths comet ssr ol li 1SCS." Clfamberlaln'a Stomach and Uver ban-uTablet will bruco up the nerves, sick houdiche, piovent dospondon. cy and Invigorate tho whole S)stm. Hold by U. L. Penny. u Dispatches from Annapolis tell of in unusiinl record mndo by eommandei Carl H. Hrlttaln, U S. N., a brother of Mrs. M F North, of this county. The story says- Arnapolls, Md., June 11. Com rounder Carlo 11. Hrlttaln, U. S. X., a Kentucky boy, has created n llutter " IN 'JAIL AT MT. VERNON In naval circles by bringing the bat- the Interior Journnls. Ctcrgc nnd Kd Miillms, Fred Kiklns tleship Massachusetts to this clt MUs Lizzie Phillips, of Liberty, Is and Ltirn Chowirlng are in Jnll at Mt through the dredged channel. the guest of Mrs. Wm. Myers. Yornon, In connection with the inur Mls3 Katie Warrlnor, of Lexington, The tassacnusutts when she came dor of William Madden :i Uvlngslon chargkil Satuida night. They are following In last Saturday wtis drawing 2C feet In spending the week with her aunt, with the killing while the , Inehos Hur width Is 70 feet nnd Mrs Wm. Mjers. companions of the murdered man are McCormuck, Iliffo & Tucker, who ) her steering qualities aro none too Scunloti. held as wltnewees John Commander Ilrlttain brought are large shippers of lambs and other good etto Marrls and William Uaker her through the channel ut six knots Ijvo htoi'k, we arc Informed, want a car of black lambs for the Louisv I1I THE MARKETS. speed and nover on-- o changed It. mnrket the coming week. Cliiflniuitl. O , June 14 Cattle--. Itev. K. C. Main and mother, of , ii.m l.lf.s. marljt fall to Danville Sensation In Loulsvlllo, arrived Thursday In our iG40cTOO, cointron good shippers s- liecuiiui $Siii(40 Hem- lower; butcher and CAUSED BY DIVORCED SUIT SOON cltv whore thy will mako their future market sasy nud homo. Tho glad hand of welcome w TO BE FILED. shippers ?9.40'9.46; common S.7V being extended them wjth tho best Sheep HecelpU l..M; market 9 4R community Market Xews has reached hero that a sen- wibhos of tho entlro ttcudyf V-- BO1T4.D0. Lumb Xoah lloll's storo on Calhoun oreok about to be fctieaig. Mtj'J.lS sational divorce suit is The parties are Casej Count v was burned with all Its llled In Danvlllo. NEW P.ASTOR AT UURGIN. very prominent In social circled ol contents last week. Ihero was not n Harrcxlh-burLittle llrltaln. nnd tbo announce- match in the hoii6e. Small insurance lloV. J. W. Campboll. of nccopted tho pastorate of ment of the dlvorco action will create on stock. Ims qulto a stir, lloth parties Mlbs Elizabeth Adams, of Greenville the Haptlst church at llurgln. l'o create many friends In Stanford who have Tex., is vlsjtlng hor aunt Mrs. A. M. wa formerly pastor of tho IlaptUt will regret exceedingly to learn of Fryc. church at Londuu. MIhs Allco Lyon held tho key that their marital Infelicity. Their wedding In Dam Me about unlocked tho ten dollar drawer at the OVERLANDS TO THE FRONT social llvo years ago was a great iMiiorlum this weok. C. W. Adams The grounds of tiio divorce got n "V" with his key. Tim UiuiriKmnn nnd Motorist III event clImbluK contest at suit, which It Is said will bo llled by tolling of a hill Mrs. V. II. Morse was called to It Is Paris HI.. u8! non support. Qulncy, Ky., by wiro on account of event or the dny, the- the wife, nro classiest ..., i , mi.iiniiinuHhln was null- lumored that tho husband will vigor- sorloua Illness of hor mother. .Tho big ously resist the action. vd down by Alan l'nrrlsh In ii Mrs. Mnry Logan, of Itlrminghnm, PaJmor-Slnge- r lie igouu " t,inn Ala., accompanied by Hulot Adnma, ot u mow! lew hill la YOUNGSTERS ARRESTED ot n sucond arrived for a months stay with rela17 teconds. thres-PfthChief of Police K. C. Smith, ot by Farnnnm In frlonds here, better than that made iirrestud Oopigo mil John tives and numeiouB MUr I'uland, of Ijwrenceburg, Ky., ""lltvwoith riding n Hudson, won the Hasty, white boyn, aged 14 and lo machines ceist-In- yonrs, ospctlvely. who are wld to and Miss Virginia Swope, of Danvjlle. "llttlo cm" roe lor covering tho i ate guests or MUa Angle Carpenter. lew, by M.t'00 or bo wanted In a number of CVntrul It you have not laughed this year, In 1" Mwoiids. Noounn In a Ilud on tho charge of in an over- Kentucky towns i iiosvd out Urnhmii It Is wild, live at ploaso got a tlaKet to opera houw Tho land tor second place by 'jny wero aftorwurdB next Friday night and go well preparto th Itiform School at Lexing ed ent ..... u. ncll. nl ntlnr Ubllil! ton. .. Kdna Ljpiw and har aunt Mr. Ml II OU Hlv nvi wiihii"" ...-- . or directions two thinU nl Wulls ol Wise. Viiare guoats l' ........ ... i ....o tiimiiiiar in niinoiit Invariable l...rli.lii'a KIlllllllCll LlppB slstors thte week. of tho muscle ami Livtr TublutB, you con havo youi caucd by rheumatism The olllcow and mombrs ot IIus- mouoy book. Tho tablets clannsei and mill vloldi qiilCKi io ui uw I Chninberlnln'a Llnlmunt. This tnnvlllo Commorclnl Club, aro reque-invlgorato tho ktomncti. miprovo th regulate the bowols. lllyo llnlmont In net only proiiiBtandolfoU tod to meet on Important buslneaw In lilKcallun. ( unl. but In no wny dlBiigreeaUIo to uw 'opera house Thurbday eve, Juno 10, them a trial and fet well. Sold by Sold by U. L. Ponio. Penny. L. -La-fafct.-adono-tilt- n s e dis-Uiuonu-lllt- h Iiev Alcnzo Jeffries who lives on Myers & Vaughn shipped three car Drush Creek, In Casey county, mourns loads of lambs and one car of hugs to the loss of bis garden, all his chick 'ns Cincinnati last week for which they and came very near losing his home by tho high water last Saturday ,lle to 7 cents. laid G Charles K. Wheeler ran over to Lex and his family left the houso fearing Ington and back In his auto last Mon- It would be carried away. day. Elwood and Francis AVeatherford I)r HI Alcorn attended the annual ore at home for tho sumrier from meeting last week of tho American college. M E. Allen, of Danville, was Medjcal Association In SL Louis. the guett of his brother, J. W. and Miss Xannlu llrown bns received D. C. Allen Saturday and Sunday. Ed C. Hopper who spent tho winter from thome kind lndy friend In White Cloud, Mlch, n box of wlntergreen In California will arrive home this berries, a delightful and dainty Iltle wek. frujt that cold weather does not af"Erleston." is the adopted name of fect nnd that matures there before the now little enterprising village In strawberries do here tho feftlle Green Hlver valley formerCharleH Hrown, of Louisville, was ly known as Richard's cross roads. Ho Is making cood Erles & Montgomery, dealers In genhome Sunday with the Southern Tent nnd Awning eral merchandise urid produce there Company of that city and Lexington. are meeting with success beyond their Th" severe wind storm last week expectations. put a lorgti number of our phones out A large audience creeted the speakof use, but our new lineman, Chas. ers at the tuberculosis meeting at Jones soon got all talking again. the Cnristlan church Sunday afterAn extraordinary entertainment by noon Miss Dr Dertle Carpenter read the best dramatic and musical talent an able paper on the white plague. In thee parts will be given at Al- Dr. J. O. Carpenter, of Stanford, held corn's Opera Houfe on Friday eve-In- the audience for one hour June 17 The Ladles' Aid So- with an able address on tho prev ciety have charge o( the aifalr which treatment and ewe of this most lb ti guarantee of jts success dreaded of all disease iu a!' Ite stages. Miss .r.ffle Dre Is the guest ol Mrs. Drs. Darker and Childress made short Lou Fldler. of Lebanan. but Interesting talks. (ieorge Ilohon, Will U. Davis nnd 'Ihe many relatives and class mates Flnnell, of Harrodsburg, here of T. Logan 1 locker, will be Chnrles camo over In a $3,000 auto for uncle grieved to loarn of his death in Lex"Foddle's" benefit and spent the day ington oi June liMr, a'tcr a fchort illd with Dr. J. T. Dohon and family. ness. Ha was born, raiie and Mr. Frank Jeffers and wjf and here, and loved by all who kcew Master Frank spent a few days last hlm. week' with Dr. Ilohon The mother of Fred Joffcrs, of Lou East End Property IrvIUV, camo over last Friday for an Indefinite sojourn at Dr. notion's Mrs. Hill Spalding, of Louisville, Is DISPOSED OF BY MASTER COM. vising her, father. Dr Alcorn. MISSIONER. has returned Alias Hattlct Llpps home from Vinrent, Ala., where she Matter Commibbioner II ft. S.uuley spent a most successful season trim- sold yesterday at public outcry the ming ladies hats. W. J. Edmlston property at Crab Parker Swopo and Rowland Illshop Oich&rd to Geo., Hlgginbotham for havo been tendered good positions in $3,000. This Is n very desirable place, the Moo Grass League and may ac- a the house of eight or nine rooms cept jf they can get releasd from the is comparatively new and the VI acres local team. of land Is regarded a first class. The Several sacks of Saturday week's Commissioner alo sold 100 acres of mall for this place were hold over nt East End land belonging to tho holrs Moreland until Monday whle.li ac- of Mosos Stewart to John D. Moes lor counts for the late delay in delivering l,2i)0. 2 spell-bound eJu-cau- Hughes k Swlnobroad sold for Mrs. Mason her hotel property known as the old Mason House, on Stanford, street, to It. E. McRoberts for $405. It will bo remodeled and mndo a more modern structure In many ways. .VIsb Lettlo May McRoberts, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. IL E.McRoberts, has graduated after a four years' courso nt Randolph-MacoCollege, Lynchburg. Va. Sho was ono of a clasfl.jf 45 students. 'L C. Hamilton sold a horse to Mrs. Mary Fox for $100. O. A Hwlnebroad sold a cow to J. S. Cox for $37.C0 nov. D. M. Walker, of Stanford, began a series of meetings nt the Christian church, this county. Sunday night, nssisted by the pastor. Elder F M. Tinder. Rev George A. Joplln, of Louts-vllle- , secretary of the Kentucky Sunday School Association, made a forceful address Sunday evening at the Presbyterian church on "Is tho Boy Worth Saving'" The remains of .Mrs. Sehorn, of Greensburg, Ind., were brought to this city nnd Interred In the Lancaster cemetery. Mrs. Sehoni, then a .Mrs. Ltimley, lived in this county for a number of jears. The handsome farm of the late Mrs. Emma Gregory on Fall Lick pike, nlout five miles from town, was sole to Mr. John Hill, of this county, at $92 nn acre. The tract consists of 21$ E. J n h Ottenheim. A group of fox hunters headed by Milton Warren after an exciting iacc caught a fox near F. L. Davis' store Satuiday night. after a Mlbs Dotta Ella Manuel weeks visit at her brothers T. C. Manuel of Rowland, has returned home George McKJnney, of Garrard, was up Sunday to se his best girl, but we would not navo him to know that we said thlr for anything, as George is so bashful. 11: G. Hussell formeily of this pine now near Woodstock, Is going to run Mr Add Dastln's monbtrous traction engine with his llvo trains of wagons to haul lumber from the latter place It looks like n to Crab Orchard. modern railroad locomotive. Elmore Slier and wife nfter a fow weeks visiting relatives havo returned to Paris whore Mr. Slier Is a brake-ma-n on the railroad Mike Long, the hustling young man of the llrra of Potroy and Long, tells us they bought ovar Sl)0 pounds of May apple root and over 155 worth of ginseng. Got a box of a Stom- Mrs. John E. Stormes entertained handsomely at her beautiful home In honor of her visitors, Misses Salllo and Annlo- - Hoover, of Nicholasvllle, and the graduates of tho Lancaster High School. Samuel Anderson sold to Jesse For two 1150 pound cattle at 6 cents. J. D .Pope bought a cow of Mlsc Nettie Joseph, of Hlattsvllle for $45. Mr. Harvey Thompson, aged 93 vears, died at his home on White LicV of the general Infirmities of age. The burial was nt old Paint Lick cemetery. The C. W. D. M. and the Juniors will meet Wednesday afternoon at the Christian church to hear an adfrom Mrs. Sarah K. Yancey, of dress Lexington. The Stanford Auxiliary will also be present for tho meeting The Misses Gill entertained tlie Tuebdav Afternoon Club the past week in honor of their guest. Miss Margaret Clark, of Cincinnati. De lightful refieshments wero served. Earl Richard Ward and Miss Mubel Andridge, of Cincinnati, were- - united In marrlago the past week at thu Sin-toHotel. The groom, with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ward, lived in Lancaster for some 12 or IE years and he Is a frequent visitor here while tlie bride Is the attractive young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew A Andridge, of the Queen City. Rev nnd Mrs. Thomas II. Campbell and chlldien, of Virginia, aro here for a visit to Mr. John K. West and family. Miss Iva Leu Smith .'eft Monday for her homo In Richmond. Indiana. Miss White, of Richmond, ami Miss Kllzabeth Scott, ot Missouri, uio visitors of Miss Mary Elmore. -returned' M!es llalllo Drown has from a pleasant stay with Dr. and Mm. E. J. Hrown. of Stanford. Mr nnd Mrs. IL Clay Sutton have returned from their bridal trip and In the are now happll) ensconced groom's prett suburban home. Miss Rella Arnold left Monday for a "isll to tho Falls Cltv. The Mary Wnlker Price Chapter oT tno U. D. C met Monday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. Ed Price Mrs. C. C Drown will eiilertaln the Woman's Club Wednesday afternoon. MUs Allco Rankin, of Stanford, Is the guest of hor cousin, Miss Mary Runkin. Miss Carrie Walton Andorson Is at home for tho summer from tho Normal Fchool at Richmond. Mitses Hattlo Mobley nnd Rcrthr Hamm. or Neinby. Ky, aro guosts of Mr and Mrs. L J. Sanrord. Mrs. Frank Ilacon nnd children, ot Kansas City, came Saturday to spend tho summer with hor par cuts, Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson. Mrs. J. Uradroid Jonulngu and little son, Henry Clay Jennlngs.of Pecos. Toxas, are hero for a visit to Mr. Mex Doly mid family and Mrs. llcury Cluy Jennings. Mr. and Sirs. Wm Collier and little diiuglitor. Mary Johnston Colllor, of Tennessee, are hero visiting Mr. aud Mrs. J. II. Collier. 2 n acres. ach Tablets at Penny s Drug Store JACK Cure Indigesnnd stop all dlbtrc-ws-. tion, or money baok. K. E. BIT MERCER . FARMEIV3 THUMB OFF. Reed, t"l MorMr county, Prkilo. ls rob-beu.- "..A. f went Into a utuli and put u halter on "It cured me," or "It saved of my child." are tho e.prmloii you a jack for the purpewe of loading It hear overy day about Chamberlain's to water. As he pnnfaed by tho btall or another jack, the animal became Cullo. Cholera and Diarrtooea Henndy and nabbed Mr. Reenl'c This l truo the world over whero this infuriated remedy has bm Introduced. flmud. taking th thumb on the IsK valuablo hand lulo his rnsuth awl it oil as No othor roUloine In use tor diara razor, la ator bowel complaint has recelv. it liail been out with rhoea She approval. Iho seerst tempting to pull his hand troni ed such general nnlmnrs mouth, tho leaders In Mr. tho succors of Chamberlain's Colio, ouLmnklne U lUed's arm wore pulled Remedy Cholera and Dlarrhooa tho Injury all the moio painful, cures. Sold by U. L. Fenny. that It the lit t Y i . aa A u4Mr r? JKllWW. Jfr - rf Hr.tohlKlnmi .M.Kl.-- r 4 rMpj fe mwmr&i, .$! f g"-"- ,lPt'T7, Tie Interior Journal Established 1S72L JCTEti. TUESDAY AND FRIDAY AX li Tor Year In Adranco. BHCLXON SAUFLEY Publisher Stan-Ssct- :&&tred. M tbo Post Ofllco at Kit Second Class mall. Jo tban to the Frankfort News aurtlnalni; the Intent ot democratic pas,as W support certain nominees, rtico its. rlilcf owners and editors iatt'it yet i;otten the stain of the fcitpEit halt from n democratic nominee jp Kentucky In n decade off their jlAJcal cloaks. Now renlly Isn't It the limit T Editor 1) M. Utitton, of the congratulat-Xlau- r. P - Uciald has our i on his wedding to Miss LInney "Jxrrtc rlRhtly understood brings to the happy and the good n paradise ittU. NEALS CREEK. Itowlaud, OUlo Murphy, of Airs. Samuel Cordler, of Lebanon Junction spent Sunday with Mrs. JUOa. Ix,an.t Mrs. S. T. Itoberts, of as Miss Dessle Harrington, of Xataaki. visited Mrs. J. T. Mundy. W. V. Martin, or Ludlow, Ky., ktsIksA Saturday to join his ramlly at 31ra J' 11- - Italns. TSa County noard of Education Set tie contract to Mr. Kltrell to build ajK--- whool house which was so nad- ul Jfca. Haw-.Uxr- f, Jit ir imittti. UJ5 Sunday ;prrttr filrls. ttn Eaiooy Bros., of Stanford, were on two of Neals Creek DOWN IN CASEY. rent to Powers Saturday and attended the Murphy sale, court-isthe nretty girls, and returned 4ucm: Jm tho night after' capsizing abeti netr. yiBjcTHL Wright and Rod "Walter" c nss' and enduring some mishaps. "H'a. Hatter, of Yosemltc, was here Timiar. Me will be 90 years old S3 x short wnile and Is a hale old BeutleaiaiT for his advanced age. In Ifaku3g of this late spring and cool mwctttt, bo remarked that 50- - years F tt frosted In Casey County during Jlre AurjisL Election. Liberty News. oth-Jfcc- r iwo-imru- The night was an Ideal one for tho sport and tho dots were In flno shape for n raco Soon after wo had halted at n suitable place we heard the music begin. The hills took up the echo and Its reverberations nmld tho Rocky cllifs and ccdnred slopes of 1)1 x river was very fine Indeed. Sir Reynard was not very obllglng.howeter, or else knew that If Ballard s hounds got too close It would be unhealthy After a short but lively chase he was (,lnd to retire to tne safety of his ftvorltv den In the rocky cliff The best proot of the swiftness ot tills pack Is shown by their catching quite n number of grown foxes. On one day n few years since, these dogs caught two large male red foxes Our turnpikes are getting to be In a worse fix than we hate eter seen them. It Is a fact that what were once our boasted highways, equal to any In the state, are swiftly and surely returning to mud roads. Tde pikes in the East Knd have no ditches worth the name, and water runs across tne roadbed in Hundreds oi places, and In several cases we have seen sheets of water cutting channels lengthwise of the roadbed because the center of tho roadbed afforded n lower level than the makeshift ditches The Lancaster and Crab Orchard turnpike has not been ditched properly since tho Lord only knows when, and not according to of our specifications. turnpike system has not a high enough crown in the center of road bed to properly divert the water Into roadside ditches. The crown oears the same relation to and serves tho same purpose towards a pike that a roof to a house does. The culverts are choked up, bridges in poor repair and lots of the bridges not properly banistered. L, T. Thompson and wife were vis iting Cephas Morgan and wife at Point Leartll. 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. Cossie D. Sutton, of Mt. Vernon, wire visiting L F Thompson and other relatives. Mrs. S. D. Carpenter md son, Woodson, were up In Madison, attending the burial of Alyln Howard's little child Mrs. Kate Wade, of . Payne and sis-tc- i sorbin, visited T nt Tapphanna. Mr", and Mrs. Joseph PettuJ, of Springfield, have been visiting his mother, Mrs. Rebecca Pettus. J. M. Cress and wife were In Kookca'stle last week to see Mrs. J. J. Smith, who is quite sick. Miss Miranda White, of Tucson, Arizona, had been visiting her aunt Mrs. J. H. Rigs Two-thirds QwmmmwmwmmwmmtmQ AUTOMOBILES SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES. AGENTS FOR Flanders 20 $750 E. M. F. 30 $1250 Hnyncs $2000 Baker Electric 2000 to $4000 Studebaker Garford, $4000 to S6000. If interested, Phone us Bell 24, and we will gladly give you demonstration. Danville Ice & Coal Co. Rmviiicj. 'fcttv&mjtifcimmmm nmmm We'll Explain The Difference Between The Various Blends Of Coffee, Tea, etc. If You Dtiire, "near-pure- " kind of groceries. Try our Coffee ns a sample of our grocery service. Chase & Sanborn Coffees'stand at the head of the list. Very Respt., WJTliOm But people who come here regularly for their groceries hnve come to rely on us when we say an nrticle is "nil right.'' We don't handle the Look At Your Neighbors Clothes. OOO$0 O O O O OOOOOOQOOO Sft the anui; fit nf th collur, W. H. HIGGINS, x O O O C OOOOQ9 Stanford, Kentucky. Bring Your Produce To Us. We ht.e opened produce house on Som. ersrt beet tod w.ll py the honest ms.lrt price for H sindi ol couatrjr produce. Bnnu us your stus. M. O. BASTIN & CO.. Stanford, Ky. the answer tll Iw in our l.tvur. I&e aml.Kre)ii this lo.tHon nro InMtinre broad ulioutderii. the strnlRht deed n.ife ami pretty. The fabric I hanxlng Irousern. and lilm when V fit )ou at any price from In fine. be i:ot them ami almost vtory Wnw to $27 CO the suit. the lilne ,k 10OO0000O 17"j V .TJ rV jffll O00000000O0O00O00O00 VreSUMe-aa- Cnimberlaln's Cough lteraedy is Crab Orchard, attended church here. llrlng your lllacksmitblng uM am a. guarantee th t If you'are not nl Naylor, wife and son were visitrepair work to mo. Horse shoii,?Jn i?.' s oi a ing on Stingy satliJiMt after using Hatlafaetlim guaranteed, shop omwiit C"vek. 1'bllllps' concrete store. tttotttar arxordlng to directions, youi JAMKH HKAPKfrrr. ijavaflrr itt- - bo refunded, it Is up to DON'T RUN ENTIRELY OUT Htanford, Ky. Hi. Everette GUI has resigned as rjou w try. Sold" by O. L. Penny. pa3tor of the Baptist church at Dan- of Uaugbman'e Fancy Patent No. 1 ville. He wll go to Rome to become hour. Order a new sack when the Preachersville. superintendent of the Italian mission. old one is nearly gone. Then thcie will be no Interruption of the line 3ftx. tfeorgv B. Colson Is quite til, baking that Uaughman's Fancy Pat3IW. JI N. RIgsby Is no better. ent No. 1 flour helps ou to do. Q. Anderson sold some corn to J&v Haven't tried Uaughman's Hour jet? K. G Entlus at $3.25. Then you certainly should do so at . IMerco Bryant preached Bet once. All tne best bakers In the city nd Sunday at the Baptist are using it right along. c&rx&tii good crowds. DnderUKen and Embalnj. Ma and Mary Pettus are at lilacsAJjo Dealers in . J. H. Baughman & Co. TQHiv Smut Montlcello and Richmond MatUngs.Rag,. Thy Ttscc!i(elj. Miss 11a has taught will exchaogo Furniture for A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, a stKcessful term of schol at Monti-ceffill Kinds of Stock. Give Burg'ln, KentucKy. Them a Call. Prices Right JfrrV.ftrrHpondent first experlenc I aiu a grndunteof Jones' National Hcbool ot Auctloiiwn, Lililcngo, and bne bad exed ibr ttini cifl i fox chase at night last MEWTUCK perience Hi tbe big cattle talei at tbe Union . werk. fn company with Mr. W. t stock Yardi, Ohlcnpo, where wo iolil loine IF YOU WANT TO CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! tlioroURhbrcdi at blub ai Witt). Alio In ntk owus one of the best pocks hone lalei wbor WOiiilts were made cucli la of Sirtnictlr in" Central Kentucky, we PLEASE THE WIFE day. Auctioneeringiaea.a science and I Iianiu I can furnltb the public w Ith th h.t .. nteor puone siumea witn mil arrrteif af Reynard's stamping groun'. secure a fire insurance policy on before you arrange for jour tale, I can make tales to) our advantage, I'lIONHKS-l- t your home and furniture. Then Enormous Profits she'll quit worrying about what you prices. OHHIHTMA.VllltKKN IIOUHGH In Fire Insurance and she would do if any tiling should Kii IlUUIIAKI), Pruk. Htan'-rd- , Ky happen. For she does worry and Dealer In nnd Manufacturer of will continue to as long as your Marblo and Cranito Monur TTO.000,000 was paid In 1907 to ments, things remain uninsured. Have us MRjjcn insurance companies doing Markers and Poats, Cemetery and Lawn y Vases and Hettii's, Otllce and works, m the United States, owinjr to issue you a policy and you Ky. fee el taXcient large American com will please her mightily. d thousands of firms are still H you promptly and guirintee s t obtain enough insurance. Fish & Pennington, & Summer Stock. -- .". . juu oujr your material at least, 'TbfT-igood reason why the and particularly the Stanford, Ky.. Phone 200 Have your measure taken by a tailor of experience. Tbun our clothes, wbetliera low not provide their own fire price business suit or tbe llnest evening Stanford, Ky. clot bis, lll bae that Individuality and nt arai capital and own the strong-r- t wblcb plainly Indlratv tbey were made to companies, when the field is your measure. 1 will nl.o take your measso trousers, fancy ure by. Mr, nnd Mrs. F. F. Cmmlns. of BLACKSMITHJXG ! 00000 O 0 0 O 0 0000000000 00000 00O0O H. J. McROBERTS. G. L. !. It. H. Cofley J,L.Beazley&Co., 8 BflHHD Fur-nhuro, I Dr. loss' iujf" ' W i g Poultry Pasacsa 1 K. H. Coleman I id inako hern lay, cure them ilimiMj trail keep theiu in jrixx! thrifty condition. The increase in the numlwr of ej.'jjs laid, will mora than iiay for the Muall cxjienm) ol feeding. It U mM at Pemiy'M Drug Sat-crt&- c I & jW . t?tore. )lnl-jtn- lie iS W PENNY'S DRUG Aistnford. Kentucky. STORE. Harry Jacobs, bus-iM- CONCRETING hrit-clai- to-da- Detroit Vapor WsaLslMswBaBKl Tlie Latest In i Unit-dStata- Spring South-westSoi- PHILLIPS BROS.. J. J. BELDEN, OIL STOVES. Ahsolutcly Wickless, No As- T so unlimited. CImm Falls Insurance Company stock March on New Tort Stock Exchange for $1,500. The Rnr Asioaiation of Philadelphia, par 0, recently 80d for $315, and ha for extra ooattl and overconlt. rrtm91.iol4h ve.ts. inn Hprlngand Humme. taiupleiun In. ml nmlj im' uur Inspection r or uousu, carriage and slg n palntlnir deco. II. V 111' M,Ki. The Tailor. of lllTkVrl.l..M.li.n.'"l0 bug' "'milling Htaufurd, Ky and. boots made Htoi.ove?Aldr7v m!",! suiiin snnu u'ii.t i. In Ht., Hluuford Ky,, 'Phone No. bestos, No Cotton Wicks. MASON'S MEET. tt. The Very Thing for Summer, Cooking Makes life in the kitchen endurable in hot weather. JJ IIKf.nK.V, rear The Csntlnpnfoi " ew """ p.-- zz?' napi .ef?it.UnadditiorZing jyian-and " fcr "", Par $ipo. t hB8 " t insurance so!,! ' fmw.TbeFireme;-snsurConway, of Newark. N. J., with of nearly $3 000 . WUepreseiifcian original investment f sUckholders of only $160,000. Mr. J. 8 Darnell, representing the rgnItIon ol the Henry Clay Fire SfaX,,Sl"iP"Byj,f LexlnKtn. will for several dav i wijj uegiad to Interest our people our pa'at talk. via tone tock in the Henry Clay. J. A. ALLEN, y prrftof 800 percent In ten Wthester. $10 par value, surplus. It mado ARTISTIC sliades in our ready nixed colors. For durablity and uniform high quality they are unequalled. Talk all you like about "good,, paints. Then do n little actual painting with a small sample from ourstock and watch results. You'll satisfy yourself that you can buy no better paint for the moiiev onvwhere. Let Lincoln Uxlue No, W A. M. will meet In aimed coiiiiiiiinlculliin un each first and third Honday nlgbu ofenvb month, at 7:JU o'clock In their ball on main streeet, Htan-lorI desire to sell prlraielr'mr .i.wk .. Ky. Members of sitter lodves are Invited to le present, T. W. Pen cenesiind JIardware. IViliii a JooTl bu.i. nlnxton Hoc. Ill health. OKO. 1). nOHPKIt. Htanford.Kv-- . Stock of Merchandise for Sale. i.. GEO. H. FARRIS. years L& N. TIME THBLE North, 6il'J r, u. No.n,IO:IVA. M. Mo.U.litOp. sf, No. W, No.ll,Houtb,ll:r.M. No,, HoUth.lUiiiA M. No.j4,Nortb,!tOA. u. When Hungry Kestnurant l.incsiter, Htreet. Htanford. Jlealt served at uii uuur.K, to Uiaif. M up llest place luj wn.fora good quick meal, OooklngtotultourcustomerioursiiecliiUy. Hplendld new line of fancy Qroocrles, When You Have - w caa s Oarson't goto JOS. 8, RICE, Agent. W. A. ? TRIBBLE, Furniture aud Undertaking. Day Phono 28. Night Phone 133. To ?cllCall Stantorf, Ky. Stanford. Kentucky. HotOolTee,Haudwlcbes, ples.CHutler milk and sweet milk, etc.. at all timet H. B. Northcott. tau'ord, Ky. 'PLone;i53. THUKMAN K. TUDOR, jranaKer. ' IV. A. CARStfN, Prpt. JUNE, lttfi, loin THE INTERIOR JOURNAL', STANFORD, KT. PAQE THREE BIG REMNANT SALE !18th, Through This Week Ending June Continues On 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 $1.48 for Ladies' Low Shoes to remain the same during the week. to one-hal- f. Don't fail to take advantage of this opportunity to get that extra pair of shoes at a saving of one-third J SEVERANCE & SON, Kastla.td. of Louisville. vb Monday j Store. Mux Mary Dnugherty Is quit Hi at her home near Turiieravlllo , PERSONALS. J N. Saundor ami daughter. Mis Mr. Jniuu Mooter I confined l Sophia spent Siindav In Ixiulsvllle. Miss Martha Wren Is fcomvv li.it Im .her licil Midi mump. J. S. Owley 1ms returned from n proved after seernl da) lllnew. Mr. prut Mrs .H J. Knibrv have both wek visit In Louisville. C bcn unite 111, but are come hut McP.oberl Is bookkii-Mls Doltlu now. Ins at W. II. lllKKtns. 1lss Ktbnl Siiir. of Louisville Is . Mrs. Tnlton Kmbry, of Clnclniitl, I the guest of Misses Mnrtha nnd Jen.the guest of Mrs A. II. HoVeruuco. nie Wren. returned tu Mrs. W. C 1'ettu has Mr J. A. Waldn. or I'nrkHVlllw, .her homo at Crab Orchnid. nfter a Mrs. J. K Cummliih. whs a Hiilntantlnl caller at this olllee 'visit to her ulster. 'l.. Unlllii Tnvlnr WoimIm and Mrs Saturday Jpssle Stngg lire the latest victims of Mrs Mattle Nelus Is back from a the mumps. with Joe Noilu Mrs. Cass lias returned to hur ti.iine several days visit visiting her daugh- and family at Uincnttcr. at llrodhend. ulter George Itltrhle. of Mineral Wells, ter, Mrs. Hilton of his grandpar-ents- , sulliclont-.1- y lVxas, If the Riiest Jutne II lUnghman Mr and Mis. J. N. Menefee. recovered Irom the Injury sustainProf. J W Ireland, Clarence Tate ed when kicked by a mare, to net and J. I). I.ads made a trip to .about town Inst week to bowl on the alW II. Kowle operator at Ubanun ii y there. 'm.ent Saturday at home. Ml sister Leslie Anderson, of Somerset, and Mil Ilessle accompanied him homo a valued subscriber ol the I. J., ha been nppolnted to a Rood place In the 'lor n few weeks visit. 'Viimis Hureau at Washington. of Islington, W. n. Mr M. K. Klsh. nnd Mrs. Will I'etthe Casualty Com mi) of IL tus. of Crab Orchard, with the lattcr's 'Amorie.i. was with locnl little ones, are the two chnrmlnR fM. New land last weel. lirld.i were nuests of Mrs. J. C. Carpenter. f Kev. J. II. McMullen and A ft Joseph, MUsourl, paper say: on Satunln)'a train en route from or Rave n children Mis. Smith to Mlddiesboro to spend part ihelr hone) moon In the mountain city party this altemoon for her little 10 Katie Melvln has returned f Ml liner duiiRhter Kutherlne, and Kllle her home nt Mt Vernon, af'er evrnl MrClnrj-- . of Stanford. Ky. The hotirt. flay with her aunt. Mrs. K. J. IJrown. were devoted to game. The rerrtfh...... . . Ilink kilh . jf. Attorno) C. C IlnROy and Kol.ori "3 lilt III lam ol i K. Ilnlitnsnn. x t.i cuests, about twcni) in- - ...,.i .mntinns to the neighborhood Mncaitcr. were hero attending court w.re limited ' Stanford, Kentucky. Notes and Accounts Collected. We collect notes and accounts anywhere in the United States, charges unless we collect. Also look after claims of all kinds. Bank references. Correspondence solicited. No Needles, II Bobbin, sewing machines Shuttle, fo at Penny's Drug and A a in town I p hs iJtn-cutt- f Itlpn, retire-V-ntln- nK-n- Lob-"ano- i. li. .-..- chll-i,ir.- i. dren. O m ' ttQOQOOO O O 0 OOOOC- tftftfOtf 9 & Q O OO OO - Boys of All Sizes Can find everything they wear at O O O O o o o ,o Q our store. o ro a o o o o o 9 ViP k 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 has rcturied Short Local News. ho attended rcir.meiicement exercises of S yre and other colleges. New and complete line of wall pa C O. Ware wife and daughter, Miss per Just received J. L. Ileazley & Co. 'AmiiIo guests of Mr nnd Mrs. V V. ninnkenshlp Sunday. Itnoms for rent at the H. I Mcitoberts. It Mat Cohan, the well known horseman, whs here court day looking for Complete line of rocker nt W. show stock. 'nibble's, Stanford, Ky. Mia Alice Whlto and Mrs. Isalaa For Sale-IIrnnew Oliver typeWhite, of Moreland, have been the writer latest model; at a bargain, Kd Riiohts of Mrs. Wllcher Zl-'- J C. Gaines, Lancaster. Mis Junnlo Wllcher nnd Miss hlte Have returned from a visit Our clothes cleaner and repairer Is to Paint Lick. on duty again Mr. Vllllam Severance ha teH:rn-e- trade. Cummins ready to wait on the & Wearen. homo from a lengthy visit to relaFound Pair of gold rimmed spectives In Shelby county and Louisville Mr. John Farmer and children tacles Owner can get same by for this ad This ofilce. have returned from a visit to her parents at lliihblc. Mv barbershop will In the future quite III at Mrs. James Wilson be open Sundays till noon. Kd Wilher homo In the Waynesbuig section. kinson. 3i-'- j Itev. It. II. Mnhony Is In Tacoma, doWashington, for a sixty da)s' stay Lost A class pin with letters "N. ing some Insurance work. E. C. O'' Reward for return to SevWoodtpn May, of Somerset, went erance & Son's. up to the mountains on Monday mornA handsome oil portrait of Illchard ing's train. Cobb, painted by Miss Ilcna DeCamp, Miss Lucy Simpson was called to an artist of Clnclnatl, is In Ileazley's UniUvllle Monday by the Illness of window O. G. Tayior. her siner, Mrs. Lost, n gray horse with glass eyes Mlsa Virginia Mahony Is in Frankfort, the guest of Misses Annlo nnd and Ilea bitten. Will pay anyone taking care of him nnd notifying me. Katherlno Gentry. MUs Sara Hint, has returned to II H. Padgett, Arabia, Ky. her home In Lancaster, alter a visit Attorney K. S. Alcorn, ns ng'nt for to the family of W II. Curtis. Daughman sold Mon-daMrs. L. K. Hughes. Miss Fa.inie the heirs Maria the later's house and lot on WatMis Mattle McClary Thompson nnd erworks Street to W. M. Hrlght Tor arc spending several days with rela- $400. friends at Mt. Vernou. tives and Mrs. Nannie Harper adn iiaugnier. Drs. A. K. Caldwell and J. G. Carm. Fnnnlo Lee Davis, end little penter will hold an ttrandson. Harper Pruitt. of Junction meeting at the Raptlst church, at City, were the guest of Mrs. S. J. Wanesburg. Ky., June 26th at Hell last weok. P. M Sunday. Mrs. Lucy Ileichcnbach. of Georgetown, lnd., I the guestof her sister. Spring clearer can secure the finest Mrs. W. P. Martin, near Turnerarllle. pKv vi w ((u uuui iaisci9f . I Iteb Goddard ana spencer mattings, etc., at the very lowest price of Harrodsburg. were here mixing ,t tj,0 tNTERi0r Journal office. Also ota 0( njC(?i cean paper9 for shelves, with the court day crowd Monday. Gabe Lackey. Jr., of Litchfield, 111..' etc. Is the guest of his father nnd family N. W. Fowle. with Denham Bros., nt Crab Orchard. They spent Monday took the early train Monday for Puns. here and Mr. lackey was given ' by hU many friends at Vlllersburg and Carlisle where ho has warm greeting By a lib- an extensive coal trade. his old home. I . nan rT ri nml lltnA It A nnu h n a "" " Mr. J. T. Underwood and uaugnur., nre the j n ery neat and attractive office at , -. vr nutm-vui.MIS Rowland. gueits of Mr. William Underwood and. Mis Paulino from Lexington Hocker where nd Lu-eld 1 v "-I mays COLLECTION agency. WOODSON MAY, Mgr.. Somerset, INFORMAL ... Kentucky. FAMILY REUNION Mrs. J. W. Raughii'on was hostess last Friday afternoon at an Informal family reunion, in honor of Mrs. Geo. Iturk, of Owensboro, who, before uer marriage, wag the charming Miss Dora Daughman, of this city, in spite of the weather, quite a number were present. Delightful ices and cakes were served. This Is Mrs. Ilurk's first visit to her old home in two years. t A LARGE DAY AT McKENDREE CHURCH r Lincoln was. splendidly represented in the program of the Children's Day and Mothers' Day at McKendree last Sunday; also Garrard and Hoyle, the overflow audience going into the hun dreds. The young people's program was carried out from 10:30 to 12 o'clock, being recitative, miulcal and scriptural In excellent form. The manager wcie highly commended and a gratify-Incollection taken up. From 12 to 2 one of the famous McKendree hospitalities, in a great dinner by the splendid home keepers ot the country round about. From 2 to 3:30 two superior addresses were given at the laymen's program, for the Mothers' Day sactlon by Drs. Hlckle nnd Kawson, on tne Gospel of Health in the Home; topics The Preventable In Tuberculosis and The Preventable In Diseases of Children, a feature highly commended as a new pnase of church work and endeavor. The series will be continued during the open season at intervals. Some one remarked "When the church helps folks seven days in the week. It Is going better." Altogether the day was one of high grade. K. ILP. g " ...Odd Pants... You will need a pair of light pants this summer, We ... PnrL-iivtltp- ...---- "" - have a large assortment of peg tops for the young men and a regular cut for the older men. -- at '.'V- - 0 0 0 0 x :'-- 0 Shoes, oxfords, sandals CITTHPC from 1$ to $25. waists, ties, collars and 1 shoes, and tennis hose, hats and caps, poros knit union suit, two piece underwear. You can dress" the boy from head to foot for a small price OUl O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 family. Mrs. J. T. Livingston leaves this week for Davenport Wash., to join her hukband who has located tWe and Is detlghted with the country. Mr. Cnarles Knsslln ha returned ficm Louisville where she attended the wedding of her daughter SLss Barbara to Mr John Erwln which as a happy went or last week. Mr. Tom Pence Is entertaining this evening with a six o'clock dinner lu honor of Mr. Jones, of, Louisville, the guest of Miss Sarn Haughman. The Ladles' Aid Society of thu Presbyterian church will hold nn open session nt the church on next Sunday evening nt 7:45 to which all the other societies of tho town are cordtaii) Invited. mm i n. Pouter will entertain a few lutlmato friend nt dinner Wed nesdny In honor ot Mrs. Tnlton Era brv. Ui guest of Mrs. A. H. Severance, svnt.ii other dollchtful affairs will be given for Mrs. Kmbry during her stay here, ono of which will be by Will Shanks. Mr. Foreftu Held and family will leave Wednesday for their farm In Lincoln county, wbeto thoy will spend bo the summer. Thoy will Yerkes,accomwho panied by Miss Amelia will make them n abort vlslL In about two week MUs Mary Uetd will leave for Illinois, where she wll Join a house party for several uays. air. j. o. ams. the druggist, will leavo Uils aftlnd.. to bo ernoon for MartlnBirille, gone several days. Mr. June Hold will bo In charge of the business durn tho absenco ot Mr. Adams. Danville Ailvocate. cottage For Sale. pretty four-rooacres of land w ith plenty of fruit contrees. Hver) thing In dition. SUunted two miles east of Crab Orchard, on ML Vernon pike. Price $550, Katie Simpson, Crab Orch31-ard, Ky 2 first-class 4 W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. Pronounced by millions the greatest 'trenth maker, appetite builder and health restorer. Holllster's Kocky Mountain Ten will mnke yon feel tiiat life Is worth living". 35 cents, Tea or and Tablets. For sale by Shugar Tanner, Stanford. TO PLAY AT CRAB ORCHARD. Messrs. Glfford and Edgar Dates have been employed by Mr. J. D. Willi, of Crab Orchard Springs, to furnish tho music for tho Summer. Uotb are accomplished musicians and nnd patrons of this popular resort ,wlll be afforded n rare treat In the shape or somo goou music, rney win leave about July 1st, nnd bo abbeut nlout ten weeks. Danvlllo Messenger STRONG LEGAL PARTNERSHIP. J I I L. R. Hughes T. V. Humble W. O. Martin Umbrellas. call your special attention, to our black silk umbrella with mission handles, the best values we have ever seen, a regular $3 value for $2. Also a beautiful line of fancy parasols. Price from one to five dollars. Call and see them. AVc Mr. - Attorney C. C. Williams has formed la.vv partnership with County Attorney 1I.J. Johnson, who like Mr.Wt-- l Hams, is an ablo lawyer and tho ilrm of Williams & Johnson wll be one of the strongest law llrins to be found anywhere In eastern Kentucky. Mr. Williams will continue to make his a I I home In Mt. Vernon. etiT or Omo Cm or Touvo. I FOR MRS. EMBRY. i Cummins STANFORD, & Wearen, 000$0& WJu -i.- KENTUCKY. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mr. William H. Shanks entertain suu ed Monday evening with a beautiful lr ly appointed dinner In honor of air. 1UU-- . Caiaaaa Cl.c mmKV nKSK J In Taltun Kmbry. of Cincinnati, tho prwmte, Sworn to oetora ma and aulMrl guost of Mri A. II. Severance. Thoso Ula ttk day ot IXcemtxr. A. U.. IU4. af A. W. ULKA3U.1. nresont beside tho uott and hostess NotaiT PiaUC. were Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Severance. U taken Intenallr and acta HaU'a Catarrh und MUs dlrectlr upon U Cur. and mueoua aurtact ol tu blood Mrs. Kmbry. Mrs. Daldwlu bend tor teollmoolaU. tre. CO . Toledo. O of lUchmond, MUs uwa. r. J. CltEWEV Olive Baldwin, Sou br all DruuUta. Tie. Rachel Allison. lake llaU t amur l"UU lor coutlpaUoa. I IACU UUVWTJ. Fuki 1. CMtNtr takXt J. oth (hit A w U twiloc VHtsti rartnrf ol Um arm or V.Toledo. Countr Co. douw 4 buitrai la tin Otr ol ium or itorruld. and Hut uU arm Kill par tl ana evrrr rb ONK HUNUI1EH UOLLAIIS lur tu um ol cue ol CiTiH that caooot b cured HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., lihf Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, L STANFORD. KENTUCKY. J PAGE FOUR THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. JUNE. 14th 1010 V HANNA'S GREEN SEAL "THE MADE TO WEAR PAINT" NOTHING IN IT but what should be there. NOTHING LACKING that will improve it. SHI EP TACsxlliLfu vie Possesses Every Essential Quality Pigments scientifically combined, and finely ground in Pure Linseed Oil. Not a Little Lead and a Lot of Zinc, bxit a LOT OF LEAD and a LITTLE ZINC. Costs more to make, but the people want it. FOR BALE BY FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. v'anlerl--T- o Rent a farm of about loO or ZOO acres In Lincoln county Apply this office. f The sale of Mrs. Johnson, which was adtcrtlsed to bo held near has been declared off, aw Ing to sonic complications n right of way For Sale Iluber portable thrcshlnR oniilne, iohn II. Anderson 31-t- WW :r.w 5iU 7iai . ' ?:::. iTi w : !: '?:: . , m -- ' 1.V or "..; :; . ;: ?: . ( D No A, Hlnnforrt. 31 Scaond hand three inch wagon In Rood shape at a bargain. Pence Uron., II " Stanford. We have for sale a McCormack binder that has only been used to cut 40 acres of wheat and is in fine shape. A birgaln. Pence Uro., Stanford, Wanted, to cxchancc n old horse, gopd driver and pood worker, for a younc mnre. John New live-yea- .;:: ; , line of odd trousers nnd to nmke you look with tlicm. you should wenr n nice pair of the "Crossctt" Oxford. Also Ladies Oxfords. Vici Kid, Pm-cLeather nnd Swede. up-to-dwell-dress- A new nnd x nt L. L. Crab Orchard, G. B. PJRUITT, Moreland, SANDERS, and ell, HiislonWIIc, Jt. D. No. 1. Will pay hlRhcst market price for 100 bushels or mcro bue grass seed. 11. tf O00& m I 0 PROFESSIONAL The Winning Feature of The ii(iur AND nianr Tor sale Second hand pony cart, In Icocri condlton. J. II. Jackson, It. D. ay-:, Stanford, Ky. Totmccu plant bed for sale. 9 by ion feet At a bargain. J. Frank Smith, K. D. No. 'J, Stanlord, 2 2. For Sale H'O foot tobacco bed. A. It Hobblns. Stanford. Phone 1MM. 2 (' Anderson. Stanford. 2'j-- Clothing. When you buy clot from IIS, you enn rest assured t qt you nre in wncci styie. Our lint departmetn ,s now more complete thn ever. We hnvc to show you the new Milan Straw Yacht nnd Pnnnmn Call around leforc you buy. h-s - a OVIERLAND CAR Is Its Simplicity W. W. BURGIN. DENTIST Office at Residence. CRAB ORCHARD. KY. little, old, sorrel mare with few gray hairs and Estray-- A touste-hcade- !: w:;. !?: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 m 0 (j 0 m 0 Anyone Can Learn to Run it Fqr it Operates on Only Three Gears. 2- - -- fa s the Auto forJl,,,thc F?m,,y for G,.rI or Woman can Run ' as Easily as a Man. Just Let us Prove this to U 0 0 0 0 V DR. T. W PENNINGTON, r Dentist. spots about shoulders and neck, show ing age and hard work. Anyone noticing such nag will confer a favor on a distracted family by notifying L. M. Lawrence by card Waynesburg Route 4, or Will Thompson by phone. Kings Mountain, Ky. J C. P. Cecil, Walter Dunn Phone us For Free Demonstration. 0 0 0 0 0 Danville, Ky. 0 0 & 00000000000000ft 00000000000000ES ff Fhesh Jersey cow for sale. Arthur Hours 8:30-1- 2 A. M. and 1 to 4:30 F' M. oDlce Myers House Flats. Stanford, Ky. Hill, Stanford. EsTRAY An aged mare came to my place May 25. Owner can get same by DR. W. N. CRAIG. Opilcian paying for this ad. and her keep. Wat anil Oculist Geshem. Moreland. H J. RcRobertf.' tore. Oflice over C C Withers sold 17 lambs last Stanford, Ky. wtok to Arnold & Lutes at 8 cents Carroll Shanks lost his tine coach J. I CHANDLER, horse by colic last week. Auctioneer. I will conduct any kind of sales in Fine Weather Lincoln and surrounding counties. If you want pood prices for your land or stock, see me. Stanford, It.D.No 1 ; ?i?: m iSAMSTANFORD, ROBIN.SON.i KY. Iri :?'V v.'.v :.v.v ..vg: W1 x Get My Price On m mmm m i 1 House Paint, Screen Wire Cloth, Cultivators, Hoes and and other farming implements. I KEPT MANY FARMERS AT HOME M. H. I will JOHNSON. ON COURT DAY. RURAL TELEPHONES. Make your home as modern for your family as a city MR. FARMER: residence, and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service, which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is Email compared with the benefits received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to leadquahers, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Farmers' Line" rate. 'If you are not at present enjoying telephone service, we can immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. Illinois. (INCOKFORATKDl FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. DIRECTORS. F. Reid, J H. Daughman, M D. Elmore. J. M Petrus. S. T. Harris, H. C. Bangbman, J F Cummins, , McRoberts, Cashier, John S. T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, H. C. Baugbman, Asst. Cash'r E C. Walton, J. S Hocker. V. H. Murphy W.W. Saunders. Bookkeeper. t: OFFICERS. . S. Hocker, President;. the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. $ 60,000.00 $ 50.000.00 $340,000.00 W. M. Auctioneer. Many fanners remained at home on court day to tak advantage of the conduct sales in this ami counties. Satisfaction guar- 5ood weather Thre was little cattle Stanford, K.D.No 1. un the market, anu the trading was anteed dull June court day Is not a good cattle trading time. G?rtry Bros., of Itoyle sold to J V. FLYING SOME Hales about 200 cattle at 17.20, while Jerry Caldwell got 17.25 for u bunch. Nevln Carter sold to It. S. Scud- Charles K. Hamilton flew In an aeinplane from Governor's Island. der the crnck mare, Ited Wing nt a Ho sold New York, to Philadelphia, and re- fancy price. suckling to Phillips, of mule for 1100, Lebanon, a turn Monday. He made the Farrls Sandldce reports that he has trip In one hour and M minutes and Just had the misfortune to lose n tine of kidney the return trip in one hour and 'M colt by Dignity Dare he had broken his pro- trouble minutes niter If you have anything to k11 filer. The return trip was made a in the the rate of 54.9G miles an hour which 200,000 Feet of Lumber .In the Cur breaks the record madu At The Right Prices. STOCK tlss flight from Albany toew York LINE I have 200,000 feet of lumber suitnWe for tobacco barns and othTake to Eczema A Germ Disease, Can er building purposes at reasonable Nunnellcy's New Stock Yards Now Be Cured. prices. Call on me or write me for prices nnd tell me what you want, He htlVMiid- sp!. s everr d.tv ... td . , j in .... The medical profession is all agreed and I can suit you. .... iiM.ln.. Vtflr pxrrnt WALKER OWENS. Eczema is a Rerm disease, but the that your flock. IJent market in Ponco, Ky. thing that has baffled them is to find theKtatc with plenty of some remedy that will get to theRermi Shippin jj Point Ml Vernon and water t covereil lieiu, mitiido of Ljiinville or Ieington. eel and destroy them. STANFORD, KY. We also do n general hitch and feed busincw.. Zemo, the clean, external treatment, has solved this difficulty by drawing the E. C. W ALTON, W. L. M'CARTY.IW L. K. HUGHES.S. A T germs to the surface of the skin and destroying the germ life that causes the diseases. The whole method of treatment and cure by Zemo is explained in Stanford, KentucKy. an interesting book on the subject Issued by the makers of Zemo. It tells Farms and Town Projwrtv Handled on Commission. how to cure yourself at home of EczeStocks and Bonds ma, Illackheads, Pimples, Dandruff and Fold. II you Hnvo Projwrty to Fell or Bent Nutify Us. all diseases of the skin and scalp. Call Write lor Circular to at Penny's Drug Store for the booklet and learn more about this clean, simple remedy that is now recognized the standard treatment for all diseases of the skin and scalp. Fine Porcelain Bath Tubs Insures Tobacco and Tobacco fES L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. e - - IWp.tPir In-s- ,.. Stanford Real Estate Co., L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford. Ky. Barns. CAPITAL SURPLUS RESOURCES J. B. YV. S: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT' PAXTON. HAYS FOSTER. O. Walker, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter.Stauford John B. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford: T. C. Kan-kiLancaster; J. H. Puxton, Stanford; V. II. Traylor, n, DIREOTORS: oESTER. ASST. CASH CLERK. BRIGHT. CASHIER, nre put in by us when we equip with new open your bath-rooplumbing. Our bathrooms are things of beauty when we have put in oixsn plumbing, with nickel plated pies nnd. fixtures, besides. We do it nt a reasonable cost. It not only means comfort, but health. Nothing But Insurance J. C. McCIary, Fi: Jesse Injure D. Wearen, The Insurance Man. p fir & .. i STANFORD. KY. UotJenC" I'honitM'. OtUcr. W., with me and be fully . zzrzzr s' i . ....eW t? W. K. WARNER, Phone 88. 1 protected. Stanford, Ky Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. H. Cummins, Preachersville; Lilburn Gooch, Gilberts Creek. In Re Buna Vista Compton on Ap plication for Pardon. BRING YOUR HORSE ALONG Notice it hcicLy given thalDuna Vutt Compton now trrving a me Knttnce in me oue penitentiary at Franlfoit, Ky.. under a charse ol houte bleating having been convicted in the Lincoln Circuit Coutt will un the tlnrd day of June, 1910 make application lo the goveinoi of the commonwealth lo natdon laid Compton and re- lean him from cuitody Thu the 20ih tlty ol May 1910. 25-- 4 D. CARTER B. Now Llvorv STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Vkl Jndortnkor and Embntmor 'm Dopot Stroot, Phono 00, , STANFORD, - KY- Home l'bone S5. tbon. 1ST. IWlheiVyou want---- - and look nt tho Litest In harness, lie will approve of It as well as yoj. Our stork of saddles nra strong and well ninde, and as for whips, fly nets, blankets, etc, we have sntjles quan titles and finalities to suit all noarbon Poultry Cure la an IhonUn.lanl poultri rrmlr of tup world. It U tho reeofnlzol ODureiunlTtliuloaa IxtdepuntleU on wliu oboluio certainty to euro uml prevent llmbcrneck. Diarrhoea and all cxUlinir forma of poullrr ill. A few drum In tun (IrluUIn waterliec-iand fn e from dlnum. A 5o bottle tnukwi l kMuuh fowlaWllbr fur of ii.ctli-lno- . toe treatment u lllackheiwl and other dlkviue In lurkeji lukwi. SAVE YOUR FOWLS! OupoH, Choh'rii, Ilotip, W V. WILKINSON eeThe Interior Journal V1' Barn Lumber For Sale! 120.000 feet of BoxinjJ. Sheeting Stanford, Ky. f$H?ST&.Louisville.K: Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality. J. C. McCLARY. Stanford, Ky. nnd Frame Lumber for Barn Patterns, which I will sell for cash or trade for Corn. Hay or good Horses nnd Mules. Prices on this very reaI Iiuvm for "ill-- ty mar tlul, old hiiU wilk'li l.liu oumlt. Hound and sonable, for I want to sell. Write uouU workt'r. Alto buy uure. workt uny lirr unit Indlri liat uitl-ii- me nt once. Respectfully, lur Hhc u .ouml nnd Im (ulr C. J. Sipple. London, Ky. I'lUAH M'.NN llutouwlle Bourbon Poultry Cure !. Stock For Sale! Utn nmni 'chiclTcni loivuilv fifty yciri .nj J raued lrW; ol cbKktH (.. Uom cIts lu At All Leading "tr BourbSn Remedy Co., Orugglatt. OOo par Bottl. tesfo. Vial Trial Uf 8. Ar Fraa..