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I 1- A 1 I r THE INTERIOR jOURNAL1 1 VOLUME XXXVIIH NFOR1I LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY VIUDAY JUNE 17 1910 NO 32 Per Cent Clause Would Bind Grower Hand and Foot In Communication Executive Committee of Burley Tobacco i Society Shows How Such a Provision Would Work Destruction of the MovementOpinion of a Lawyers Given in Letter In a communication to mombe the Executive Committee of the Ullr cy Tobacco Society explains why no per cent clause was Inserted in tllb contract for the 1910 pool and wh such a clause could not tIe embodli Accompanying this communication It n letter front Col John II Allen rll ten March 6 In which Is stated the 011 tnlon of attorneys for the Society Tho letter follow Dear Sir- Some persons who desire the rU1 und destruction of the Hurley Tobacoo Society and who would In nccompllt Ing their purpose deliver tho tollllor cq growers bound hand and foot Inlo the tower of tho Tobacco Trust 10 through ribwgpapera and on tho IItUI1I1 demanding that n 75 per cent clauu lie Inserted In tho pledge Since there may bo honest men who honestly believe that such a clauM should be In tho pledge wo take thlll means of telling you why those who have your interests nt heart and whom you hove chosen to prott sour property did not and coal not I Insert In the IfllO pledge a 71 per cent t clauseThe tint pledge contained n Iur cunt clause and we learned by expor loneo that there la danger In such n clause litWhen we took legal steps again men wab broke their pledges sour lawyora who could make the wrsei l iauRti ppearthe better would take the 1round that we did not have the rl per cent In a community whore olflctM of tho law and publi t sentiment were In favor of pool In the verdict would bo for the soclet In communities where the officers dI tho law and public sentiment wm against pooling the verdict would be I for the man who broke his pledge In this way the lots of the pooled tobac co worked hardship to tho hones members Seeing the dlHUullr thu I + It made our ltrlC mlvlseJ us llOt l to put a per cent clause In gubaquer contracts AVe InoludA in this circular a IctlM from Col John R Allen giving his opinion on thin subject VTbo General Assembly has passe all + lhe laws necessary to protect Jllr Society If we use common sense an the light of experience Out to put a 1nr cent clause In the 1910 pledge would open a gap through which cur tract breakers could escape A per cent clause In the contras j woald only make a nark for tho Trust to shoot at If we inserted 1 75 per cent clause the Trust wpul have only to buy up 26 per cent an thus make pay pop mpoBajble Hm lug bought the smallest fraction ever on Mouith pf the crop at good prier1I the Trust would be able to control th remainder of the crop for anything It was pleased to pay The say to get 73 per cent pUdgci V is to go after It und not to waste tlnii and energy In a wrangle about a tech- nicalityI e that would sertomly weaken the pool The ony reason that w have not 75 percent or 85 per cent IB tho 1900 pool Is that selfish or short sighted men claiming to be tho grow r ers friends made war on us during t the last pooling season and confusfl t ajid misled the people Dont be mla led this time- Extending the time of declaring UK pout to November 1st gives two boards f 1the opportunity to pass on It Tbu old board has the right to declare the pool ort prior to October 1st it In t their Judgment they deem it boat fill 1 new board elected about October Jt and representing tho will ot thojc who have Just elected them will have the right to declare the pool on or tortbefore November let Recenty we mailed you a fourpage a sheet containing a full discussion of the matters of difference between tho Society and those who seek our ruin Wo carnstly hope that you will take time to read all that Is In those four panes and also the contents ot a sec ond sheet which we shall send you Inn few days It Is the farmers fault to work too much and to read mil think too little It Is Just as neces sary to maintain an organization to sell your tobacco at a good price n Ills to grow It Sincerely yours EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE UIl LEV TOBACCO SOCIETY Letter from Col John R Allen Lexington Ky March 5 1J 10 Executive hoard of Bdrley TobllcCb vSociety City- Gentlemen v Mr Pcndleton and mypelf lit r pone otor the draft of the pledge ror tho year 1010 and return tho lIIUti with curtain amendments and clout eb which we suggested and which Rre notqd thereon We have heretofore advised the Board very strongly not to enibo In the plelgo for lull any gimrnn of the percentage of tobacco lo be pooled or an number of acres to ha pooled before the pool becomes effec tire and wo are glad to know aft talking with the Board that thotnajt ity of the Board agree with in In this opinion Our experience with litigation prui Ing out of suits against dumpers II that a guaranty or a curtain porcon ago of the acreage or a guaranty of It percentage of the amount of tobart to bo pooled before the pool become effective was a great detriment to U6 under the 190G pledge and put us at a groat disadvantage because In en cry Instance the parties plead that we did not have the percentage pooled awe claimed and It would necessllat It the wine clause were contained In the lulu pledge H great deal ot trout le and expense and Investigation In order to prove that we had the ncrct nary percentage pooled Yours very truly JOHN R ALLEN Signed I Attormt RECORD ATTENDANCE EXPECTED NEXT TERM LAST YEAR MOST SUCCESSFUL FOR CITY SCHOOLLAST MONTHS HONOR ROLL The largest attendance In the city cheek ever known In Stanford Is expected the next term by Prof J W Ireland City Superintendent of the pUblic schools The average attend mace last year was 350 which was n record Itself but a still better show ng is expected when school takes ti Rhtn A very large number ot th sew scholars will be In tne HIgh School for 30 from the outside counts traded schools have qualltled wht were not In the city school last term Prof Ireland is greatly plense with the work which was done by tM uplls last term He bas Just giver out the Honor Roll for the last montl or the past term which lana follows PrlmaryrGladyB Arnold Joaephln Jooch Herman Walls label Vilkln onGrade tJoaaaa Bollou Harvey Imbry Ed FmMJoe Or mes LHm Eenre Marls Powell Ida Pet tus Margaret Shanks William Tate Grade 2Nary Brackett Rebecca1 oidstela Sadie Wcaren Mary F Cor meal Daisy Luoiford Stella Walker aba D White Sam Craig Walker M Hubble Morels Jackson Grade 3THe ter Anderson Tlldeu ooper Earl Baughman Alllc Russell Flsb John Reid McKlnney Vlr h- Moore Willie Rankin Annette Wear iOratfo 4Hobart Arnol Richard mold Annie V Craig Frances Em brr 3ylvla Farmer Birdie Ford Ua mon Ford Kathryn Harris Annie R Powell Alice Tamme Grade 6John Cash Clinton Cole man Joe T Embry Matsy Grimes JC8110 Hocker Gmt Hurst Mary Ir- via Lettie W McKinney Jean Paxton Grade GHarry Farmer Effie Ware BSBle Moore Ella ELchenberger Francs Brackett Maud Arnold Grade 7Mary S Cook Sallle M Craig Mary M Raney Mayme Sin oton Bettlo Warren Boyce Hunn Grade 8Erno Baughroan Robert liter Wm Grimes Marion Grimes James Johnson Walter Moser Ar tbur Coffey s High SchoolThomas Bright Special Court Term CALLED TO BE HELD HERE FOR TWO WEEKS After several terms of court without trial of criminal cases owing to tho incompleted cobdlton ot the court house a special criminal term hu been called for July ZSto last two weeks The session will beheld In the court house the first to ba leld in tho new Temple of Justice Tho present term of court for Uto trial of civil cases has been e1teluled a seek longer than was orIginally scheduled on account of length or time required in certain cases Al tho special July term both the grand and petit Juries will be Rllm rnoned for service x Lincoln Medical Society HOLDS INTERESTING SESSION AT ST ASAPH HOTEL The Lincoln County Medical Sock nit In the parlors of tho St saI111 hotel Tuesday June H nt 1030 A M- with the following present M 1 Phillips president J F Peyton C U Perry W B OBannon J G Carp tor 1 W Childress J W Acton p Junes W M Doores M Lee PIIIO sad W F Hlckle Dr M M Phillips read a paper all Pneumonia and Its Treatment wblch was thoroughly scientific and full o nterest Every member discuss pneumonia as It Is a disease whIch every general praclioner nieeli Cre juently In n years experience- So much time was devoted to thlll ecture that the one which was have been delivered by Dr Chlldre on summer complaints ot children rnt 10 bo carried over until the next rlltll ar meeting at which time two oth Impcrx will be submitted to the Sto jlety one by Dr E J Brown A Plea or a More Accurate Diagnosis the rather by Dr J G Carpenter Surgery by the General PracUoner A resolution was Introduced bICarpenter and seconded by Dr Perr letltlonlng Hon Harvey Helm and Senators W 0 Bnidley and T H aynter and the other representative In Congress to cooperate with Pres dent TaU and Senator Robert L Owed Oklahoma in establishing a U S DoaN of Health with a physlcaln In tbt presidents cabinet The society thes adjourned to hold lla next session at Stanford In the St tsaph Hotel W F Hlckle Secy CURRENT EVENTS CLUB The Current Events Club met with Mrs J G Carpenter on Thursday lit moon at her home on Danville a- nile and a most delightful Ume WUI had Thg subject of the meeting was American Authors and Mrs W A tlbble read an Interesting papci Each member named nn author who wall discussed by the club- Mrs Carpenters ices cakes tI1 mints in chocolate and yellow Tver euitlful to see and delicious to tasti The next meeting will be with Mr- W P Grlrnes on the third Thurala InJulyThe following guests were preaen asides must of the members Net itmct W B McKinney ShElton Sun iy T A Rice Carroll Shanks J J DIckey and J T Embry REVIVAL SERVICES Revival services will begin at the iptlst church this evening conduct ed by Rev J H Daniel of Texas Tul sket dinner and roll call which bnd t men proposed for next Sunday 1t- Leen Indcflnltoy postponed SAVED FROM AWFUL DEATH How an appalling calamity In his family was prevented is told by A D McDotld of Fayettovllle N C U F D No8 My sister had consume tlon he writesrs was very thin- and pale had no appetite and seemed to grow weaKer every day as all rem- edles failed till Dr Kings New Dls coverY was tried and so compete cured her that she has not been troub lei with a cough since Its the best medicine I ever saw or heard of For cougbs colds lagrlppe asthma croup h morrhage all bronchial troubles It has noequal COc and Ili trial bot- tits free Guaranteed by G L Penny ICE CREAM SUPPER Qn Saturday afternoon from three 10 six oclock the Mission Band of tho Christian church will have an Ict- cream supper at the home of r- John S Baughman All are cordlnlly hwltedto attend Candles will also be for sale i I BEAUTIFUL NUPTIALS AT CRAB ORCHARD CHRISTIAN CHURCH CROWDED FOR LIVINGSTON LEETE WEI DINGoTHER NEWS Crab Orchard June 16 Miss Margaret Livingston daughtpt of Rev J G andulrs Livings was united In the holy of matrimc 10 Mr Claude Caton Lceto of Dav en port Wash Wednesday at 4 oclork p m The wedding was at the Cbt III than church whcn had been decorated by her many friends In a most clahor borate and beautiful manner with po plants and cut flowers Mrs turtis iover presided at the organ and rendered the Mendelssohn weddlnJ march as the party entered the cburch The ushers Messrs Maurice Perkli Wallace Gover Harry and Melvin C01 IllEr preceded the bridal party dowu the aisles Rev J G Livingston alh er of the bride who performed lhe ceremony entered followed by the lit tlo flower girl Larene Edmlston and Sara May Pettus who scattered wool land daisies before the bride anct groomAfter tho pretty ceremony tin y drove to the station accompanied 1 a number of friends who gave tholD a shower of rice and good wishes as they entered the car to go to tl1t1lr far Western home They will makllI stops along the trip at Denver Pikul Peak Salt Lick City Yellowstone Park and other points of Interet 11 the attendance at the wedding attests the good feeling of Mrs LeeU friends for her she certainly lennrJ her old home with an abundant CVI Ihnce for thechurch was full to ore ilenee for the church was full to over breathe a fond goodbye The play The Face At the Winds Liven by the young ladles and gentl men for the benefit of the Christie church was a decided success In cvei particular Miss Margiret Culton 01111 Dr Spltler took tho leading roles rtIJ resenting their characters most all nlrably Miss Ophelia Lackey pin rd the part of a little Rlrl her rosor lance to this character was striklr ind shftfcavo a very pleasing CouCl Jon of trto part Miss Annie Bronau is the Want of Miss Ophelia was boa Jful and dignified and seemed en untly fitted for her role Mrs Kutl lover and Thomas Moore persona Ins the servants ot the play which to our mind were parts most difficult to erform were simply fine Their compliments for acting their parts to uch a high degree Of perfection wti so profuse It Is needless for us to SKY more Certainly the entire past dlr bayed fine histrionic talent 011 guest was so delighted with tho iler ormance that he says he will writ to his friend John Macauley of Loui vlUe to come up and try vto cnag he company for next fall at his In nlre The streefparade by the can any during the afternoon afordW ouch fun for the town The receipt at the door far exceeded the most san ulne expectations being 112570 11111 me think It but just to give honor to whom honor is due and state trat net J B Willis paid 25 for one tick at Mr Curtis Cover 10 for one Mi Vallace Govcr l5 for two Dr PIck 11 for two Mrs Mary Relchert 5 Cor oneMr Robert 5 for ou The lecture at tho Baptist cbure rlday evening by Mlss Drummon on Temperance was well attended urn ronouncQil very good The I O O V observed last Oir lay afternoon as decoration and memo orlol day They marched to the cent etery Jn procession In full uniform led- br the Crab Orchard band whIch are appropriate music The servlei consisted of prayer by Rev K D Noals reading of their ritual for time occasion and scattering of Mowers r ur the graves of departed brothers fills is one ot the little deeds or- lite which has a strong tendency tc cemeut the ties of brotherhood lion ifortutmte that wo BO often Coet- and too often neglect to perform tbe- IIltic things of life Sir Ad Bastin has purchased ntlacl- ion engine which coat hint 2200 for hauling lumber The rapacity Is 10 000 feet of lumber or a car load at on draught It does away with hcrsr power entirely showing the progrm or mechanical Ingenuity over tho past menns of transportation Mrs George and son Jll1n havo returned from Texas Mrs Holman Stuart and son George William of California have lrlved to spend tho summer with Misses Bettle and Sallie DeBorde und olher relatives Mr Kilburn Stuart of California will spend the summer with his siste- rMrsF L Jones Mrs Rose Stuart Alexander of Owenton Ky Is also a guest of Mr and Mrs P L Jons Mrs A H Uastln and Miss Il1e of Lancaster are visiting relntl K Miss Mamie will remain for some UnllJ to be the guest of Misses Pearl and Clara Collier Mrs A S Price and daughter Ulrdle McClure of Stanford are visiting band Mrs Thomas Napier Mrs W C Pettus and Mrs Mart Fish are visiting Mrs J G Jarponl In Stanford Mr Sam Magee and Miss Margot Merritt of Danville have return c after a visit to his mother and Judt Joe Magee Mr and Mrs Charles Jones of Hi touvllle visited the home folks lust SundayMrs J G Carpenter und Miss Iarle Mahony of Stanford and Miss Clara Collier were guests of Mrs Saruh Brooks and daughter Miss Molllo thla weekMiss Mary D Kennedy and tlIS Kittle Huffman ot Stanford have ra tined home after visiting frllud1 heroIDr M M Phillips and Mr RucstlI Brown of Stanford came over las Sunday In their handsome new aULI and treated some of our pretty young ladles to a nice drive Mr A G Eastland ot Loulsvl was In town this week Miss Georgia Lewis who has been cojournlng at Crab Orchard Sprln for several weeks lelt Monday for Cincinnati to visit relatives Miss Sanna Thompson who hus been attending school In Louisville 18 at home to spend her vacation Mrs H D Campbell and chltdu n arc visiting friends in Berea IT D RANEY HURTIN LOCAL VTAN SUSTAINS SEVE E INJURY TO SHOULDER IN BOYLE COUNTY T D Raney of this place had a ven narrow escape Iron death when he- was thrown out ot a buggy In whlch tie was driving near Alllston 10yle county Wednesday morning Isle left shoulder was sprained so badly he wtll be deprived of Its use for sonic tin tad he was otherwise bruised and In- Jured Mr Raney who Is a traveling sale nan had driven In a livery rig from illtchellsburg to Perryvllle seeing his ustoniers He was bung driven b a young man named Myers Wht tear Alllston a rubber tire on a whet broke Into and Snapped over as the wheel went round and struck the horse The animal was greatl Tightened and began to kick and run flyers was unable to control hip and as the horse dashed madly awa the buggy overturned and b6th nie were thrown out ifr Raney Vaa imost knocked unconscious whll ounK Myers was so badly hurt that i physician took him In charge at once- Mr Raneys shoulder was dressed 3nd tiedup and he caught the mornln rain for Stanford McKinney Misses Anna and Minnie Alamst o raysvllle Tenn visited Mr and Mrs larry Jacobs Sunday They are sell log Life and Health Medical Journi In order to gain a scholarship at the raysvllle Academy to fit themselves C br missionaries Mr Joseph Coleman is at horn Crom Lebanon where he has been at +mdlng school Miss Mjittle Llpps and Mr Elwooi eathorford of Hustonvllle were Ir town today calling on friends Mrs Dr Singleton Is visiting rvN thes in Bowling Green Mrs Cocking and daughter bliss nuih wjre in Somerset last week Mr Norman True is on he sick list Tho Q d C railroad is cx lnilllJ tho switch liar the benefit of the spoke ctory In order to handle their goods moro easily and to accommodate the creased business ot this prosperous iterprlse We had a very hard storm last nlgbt accompanied by considerable l1all and vivid lightning and loud lhunderIfr fleck Is abe to be out afiiu nfter an Illness of several months Mr H G VanArsdal of Lexington und Mr H M Singleton of Waynes burg were in town yesterday on their jy to Elixir Springs There was a bad wreck on the Q C nt Annadel Tonn delaying tral- ut02 duo here at 430 P M till 12iO this morning No particulars have Jeen learned yet as to the loss and cJuse of the wreck Z NIGHT RIDERS AFTER LOCAL PICTURE MEM PORTRAITCOMPANY ERN KENTUCKY l agaluIn u coma Pondenu of the dally papers are not WI orrar i om selves First hand Information of some aothis t AJohnson AGriffith 1 InChrltlanera weeks Griffith tells how one ot his men was attacked by night riders and forced to leave the part of t e countryno was working In soliciting Pictures for enlargement He was Y robbed of X20 by the men who caught him and warned him to leave and never return He was glad that they did not take his life and says he does not regret the J20 since he got away unscathed According to Grit nth a man was shot and killed Just n short time before his crew went to work in the neighborhod i The antipathy of the night riders to picture canvassers etc is said to have been caused by the practice ot the state military authorities In send ing troops to the troublous districts last year in tile guise of sewing ma chine agents book agents picture agents and the like The militiamen were after Information of the riders and the latter became very suspicious of all strangers who came into the community The letter of Griffith to the home of lice here says We had some trouble with the night riders that Is some of the boys did I must not talk any and I have Instructed nil of the crew to keep quiet One man was shot last wee a it Astors Pond He leaves a wife ind three children His wife was sits In bed at the time he was shot It Is awful the way everything Is going on la this night rider district Svary thing is at a high pitch Every r strange man whb conies to this coun try will have to tell his business and not be long about It Muzzall was run out one night d ibout two oclock and 620 was taken rom him They made him git This happened close to Gracey Muzzall ooked like 30 cents the next day We are going to try Cadiz this reek I think we can get two weeksjYork here that Is If we dont get a lotlce to get out We are going lo stay with them until we get throughhlor yet a notice to get out I am keep tng all this from the crew but have ustructed them to be careful and talk any atISevere Hail Storm Lancaster Ky June t 16 tOne of the most destructive haft storms ever known in this section ii1I about 5 oclock Wednesday even U jg The range of the storm was up ton Drakes Creek extending as fr s the Crab Orchard pike about two 11 mites east of here The hall was about f he size ot hen eggs and fell so rapid If that It was soon an immense heap of particles The wheat fields that it took In its course are reported ute terlyrulned and look as If they had cut down with a knife The gardens nre completely destroyed and many ut the handsome forest trees who tripped of their leaves Some of the ibacco beds were also badly Injured The loss to farmers in Garrard where the storm raged with such fury can not be esUmated KILLED LITTLE SISTERIt Horace Marshall the seven year old son of J W Marshall of Gen lle Adair county accidentally klij cd his sister three years old iha two lldren were at the wheat house and finding a gun the older brother kept there with which to shoot rats Hol- licu undertook to break it to see I tt- wits loaded The gun was discharged 1- the ball striking his sister kiling her Instantly j I SUNDAY SERVICESiKev Wm jala Creek Methodist church next mday morning at 1030 oclock Br 11 frybody cordially Invited Rev Mr Kogar will preaching at church nextgans Creek Union Sunday afternoon at 343 oclockI c i == = T = = t tf1rT f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL FRIDAY JUNB 17 1JIO PAOB TWO t 4- I 4 TilE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 187Z I EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At U Per Year In Advance 1 SHELTON SAUFLEYPubllshtr i f Entered at the Post Office at Stau M lord Ky as Second Class mall 11Gov Gillette of California has de that the JeffriesJohnson prize jA fcBskt Bhall not bo held withIn the hoi tiers of his state and has Instructed ItheAttorney General to take legal to prevent It If necessary A great many will doubtlessly commend him for this action but lovers of fair pay no matter whether It be a prize I fiRht or a revival cannot but condemn r him for waiting this long before s iftsuing his pronunclamento against the game The backers of the af fair have spent many thousands ot dollars in preparations which will be 1aloss to them now They say that I i they will sue Gillette nnd ought to re cover damages He stated publicly 1J a few weeks ago that he would permit 1 the fight His play now seems to fco qto the galleries and for political effect Jtr Meanwhle the promoters are- yi preparing to put on the right in Ne vada where there are no sort of laws against the pugilistic game I 1 Louisville iMaydr Head ot on Wednesday formally announced his can i dldacy for the Democratic nomination for Governor He would undoubtedly make a good executive if he could 1secure the nomination and win Six tyfive country newspapers have De clared in favor of McCreary declar Il lag that he Is the only man who tn unite all factions and bring back an old time Democratic victory flie Sage of Madison has consented to make the race and we do not believe ofthat Mayor Head Ben Johnson Bill i Addams or anyone else can get the away from him The are for McCreary and 10nomination have their way this time would win oftener If tot the rural districts was aA 4 i1 With the liquor interests solidly he hind him the tobacco trusts and all i tigther big corruptionists Campbell Cantrlll seems to have an insurmoun table handicap over Claude Thomas I for the congressional nomination it the seventh We have It by grape vine that the interests backing Can trill have put up an Immense fund u f put him over The liquor Interests are said to have almost as keen a deJ i activliJcounly unit bill as they had to de Ifeat Deckham for United States Sn r ator because he put too lid on ii xouiovllle w Caleb Powers got all the best of t Y 1It at the republican State commlttei imeeting In Louisville last week Hi claims he will carry the 11th district jover Edwards by 16000 but we dons believe it The race looks might 111 close to us t tee question of the hour Is whetner Roosevelt will endorse tao Aldrich Cannon gang or the insurgents In Congress The return of the lion hunter Is at hand and magnificent preparations are In progress for h welcome home f- lCoot j Work t When you feel that you rcan hardly drag through your daily work and are tired discouraged and miserable take Cardui the womans tonic Cardui is prepared for the purpose of helping women to regain their t strength and health f Not by doping with strong drugs but by the gentle tonic action of pure vegetable herbs IBM CAROUI The Womans Tonic It Mrs L N Nicholson 4 of Shook Mo writes Before I began to take Cardul I was unable to do any work I have taken 5 bottles and have Improved very much 1 can do the most of my nowItoo much for Cardui it has done so much for me Your druggist sells Car dui Oct a bottle today HOUSEHOLD CARES Tax The Women of Stanford Same as Elsewhere Hard to attend to household TheI with a constantly aching back A woman should not have a bad and she wouldnt If her kidneys were wellDoans Kidney Pills make well kid neysStanford women should profit by the following experience Mrs J W Pumphrey Danville St Lancaster Ky says My experience with Doans Kidney Pills leads me to believe that they are all that ia claim ed for them I suffered a great deal from backache and at night did not sleep well On several occasions my back became so painful and weak that could not attend to my house work Being advised to give Doans Kidney Pills a trial I did so They helped me from the first and had I continued them long enough I believe they would have effected a cure I was compelled to discontinue their use for some time but am now taking them again and I behave they will soon rid me entirely of the trouble For sale by all dealers Price 60 cents Foster Mllburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United StatesRemember the nameDoansand take no other It has been brought out in the ex citing race for the Democratic con gressional nomination In the Seventh that the reason Congressman Cantrlll pledged himself to bn for Thomas aft er having had one term was that ho planned to run for Governor Just think what we have missed With Cantrlll and Johnson candidates It would have been pay your money and take your choic- eKings Mountain Mr Cyrus Johnson and wife arc spending a few weeks with their par ents at the Johnson Hotel Mrs Dora Bastlan and daughter Marie have returned to their homo in Nicholasvllle Dr Shonts delivered an excellent lecture accompanied by illustrations on Brazilian resources and culture Mr Fred Reynods was the guest of Victor Gilliland Sunday W JjMcCarty and family are visit ing relatives here C D Evans has returned after vis iting his parents in Nicholasvllle Mrs Mansford Chevlllet Is visiting relatives here U C Daskett Is In business In Dan vile with Mahan Grimes James Florence has taken a pot 1 tion In Carthage Ohio IF YOU WANT TO 1PLEASE THE WIF secure a fire insurance policy your home and furniture ThenI shell quit worrying about and she would do if anything should happen For she does worry and will continue to as long as your things remain uninsured Have us issue you a policy today Dnd you will please her mightily Fish Pennington Stanford Ky Phone 2OO ARTISTIC shades in our ready nixed colors For durablty and uniform hig quality they are unequalled Tal all you like about good Then do a little actual painting with a small sample from qurstock and watch results Youll satisfy yourself that you can buy no better paint for the tnoney anywhere Let our paint talk J A ALLEN Stanford Ky AUTOMOBILESSUPPLIES AGENTS FO- RFlanders 20 750 I E M F 30 1250 Haynes 2000 I Baker Electric 2000 to 4000StudebaKer Garford 4ooo to I 6000 If interested PHone usIBell 24 and we will gladly give youI demonstrationDanville Coal CoDanville Ky- M rr A Nice Quiet Fourth W H HIGG1NSJI DONT RUN ENTIRELY OUT of UaughmanE Fancy Patent No 1 flour Order a new sack when the old one Is nearly gone Then ther will be no interruption of the fine baking that Baughmans Fancy Pat 1 flour helps you to do tried Baughmans flour yet IIHavent certainly should do so at once All the beat bakers In the city are using it right along J H Baughman Co A W CURD AUCTIONEER Burgin KentticKy I am a graduate of Jones National Scbo ol Auctioneer Chicago and have had ei In the big cattle sales at the Unlo etockYardeChtcnqo where we sold som thoroughbred ai ai IIKO Also 1 sale were made sac batEyou for your aie I enl1 Inmate sales to your advantage IHONESS1 Harry JacobsDealer In and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monu monts Markers and Posts Cemetery and Law Vnieinnd Settees Office and works Me Kinney Ky Spring Summer Stock taken b ft tailor of ex pricenbuiinessnsuitoerttheIlnelthevenin olotnes which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will nlto take your hens ure for extra trousers fancy vests top coats and overcoat Spring and Summe samples ou hand ready fur your Inspvctioi UO RUPLKYTheTnllor Htanford Ky MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No eo Yt A M wilt mec In stated communication on wick tint Rnd third Monday nights of each month at 73 oclock in their hall on main streeot Stanford Ky Members of sister lodge are fro ternully Invited to be present T W Pen nlngtou Hcc LN TIME TABLE No XI South 1IM r M No a Houth 10 ti A M 1rNo4Northt40A K f P M yr low A H kNoSII r4U P M JOS S RICE Agent W A TRIBBLEFurniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford KentucKy u U u = CI eMN Oat Z Cc3 o neC U o 0- x s tJ C 0 Yr0u tJ CJcot-J t c 2- ltutJ cCIUu- a Uscu a- M iOlJ Bring Your Produce To Us We here epceeda produce owe oo Som end shed asstwill pay the highest market price for all kiwis ol cou uy produce Bring ui your itutf MiO BAST1N CO- StaDford Kr BLACRSMITHING 1 Bring your Black and general repair work to me Hone shoeing wc Hatlsfaetlon guaranteed shop opposite 1bllllpi concrete store JAMK8 IIHAOKKTT Stanford Kr JLBeazleyCo rno Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur Theywillill Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUGK Y CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE- I I can lurnlih the public with the belt as well BI the freshest 01 cot flowers plants ol all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty ot wreaths nilkindsprices OHHIBTMAXOKKEK1IOUHE8Kl Htauord K- yCONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of con creting uch ns Block Work Pavements and In fact we cnn make any thing from bouse down ton fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee flrftclasi pricesbeforePHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky J J BELDEN For house garrlage and sign painting deco rative paper nanglne- of also buggy trImming nil kinds such ns ops recovered curtains and boots made Htopover Aldrldges black KyPhoneif J UKLDKN Stock of forMerchandiseI 1I desire to sell prlvatolyimy stock of tire eerie and Hardware ln a good IoUIII ness Will Invoice about KJMO Ill healthOEO n HOPPKK Htnnford Ky When Hungry GO TO Oarsons Restaurant Lancaster Street Stanford K Meals served at rat hours up to 11 UJOJP a Beet place lu wnlfor n good quick meat Cooking to suit our customers our specialty Splendid now line of fnnoy Groceries Hot boffee HAndwIohos pie Butter mll and sweet milk etc nt all times JY A CARSON Prop ItTHEPRINCETON Edcrhcimcr Stein Co- uAxsas Look At Your Neighbors Clothes OOOOOGQO o Oaa OaaOCOQQQOO See the snug fit tji the collar the the answer will be In our favor Inci blue and greys this season are In square broad shoulders the straight deed safe and pretty The fabric ie hanging trousers and ask him when floe We fit you at any arks rom 1J be got them and almost every time to 2760 the suit Q OOOOOO OGOOOQQOOO O OIH J McROBERTS oo OOO O o Q O O mG L Penny R II Coffer E R Coleman Dr Hess Poultry Panacea tel cq 1 Will make hens lay euro them nt diroflfc anti keep them in sold thrill condition Qoffor the email expense of feeding I 1tstore It is soldat Pennys Drug n1 I m PENNYS DRUG STORE m Stanford Kentucky m rDetroit Vapor The Latest In OIL TOVEr I Absolutely Wickless No Asbestos Kf l No Cotton Wicks The Very slierISummer Cooking = Makes life in the kitch en endurable in hot bufliUuB weatheriGEO H FERRIS t i H B Northcott J DEALER INrv vy Live And Dressed Poultry Eggs Ice uConiWool Hides Furs Salt Litre Qinenil And r etchers 4 KytThurman K Tudor Mgr Phone 153 t r PAGE THRI1 THE I INTERIOR I JOURNAL STANFORD Kyt FRIDAY JUNE 17 1310 J I r fi t1 Best Apron Gingliams tI 1 Sc j if Isa wa n 11 l + it 011 J On June Clearance Sale I 1 I 1 I1 1 I 5c wt u il1II mr tiesyI IiI 4- j June 14th to July 1st j j Beginning Tuesday June 14 and continuing until July 1 we will offer absolutely everything i I stricted price articles In bIg stock at very decided reductions for CASH ThIs IS a genuine MONEY a SAVING few re thelargest 1 I our can have a we you come early as lines will be closed out quick 4 Terms of SaleSPOT CASH No Goods Aside or Sent on Approval I WHITE GOODS Right now when you need White Goods most we offer our entire line ot plain and fancy White Goods at decided rcdutclons We can only mention a tern but all are reduced 12c Klaxon 36 Inches wide Looks like linen lawn Save Cc a yard lOc Fine White Lawn 40 Inchc wide Real value 15n 12cPanama checks or soft check Nainsooks used for was ICc 35eJapsl DaUste a beautiful quality of yarn mercerized natlste full 44 Inches wide regular price GOo p Linen Cross Darred Lawn 36 Inches wide was BOc 185 12yard piece of 30Inch Snow Flnko regular price 2 1020hyrd piece of 40 lash Madeira regular price 151 I 0040 Inch Whlto Crepe Marquisette for WaUts reduced from U Special values In White Piques now very much wanted for SkrU SHEETS AND During this sale we will otter upeclnl on all kinds of Domes lcI SheeU Pillow Caseselther ready made or by the yard SJcrIfuH Bleached readymade Sheet 81x90 Inches houiuied ready for use reduced from iOc 12e Readymade hemstitched Plllpw Cases sell at 13o K- 7c 8 13c Hopo Bleached Cottons 36lnch Soft Finish Blenched Cotton j l rPRINCE8SESLIPS 411 c7rrlnccalle Slips ot checked Muslin werecheap 1125II35Prlnceese Slips made of Mercerized IVitUto were 3 rrc SUMMER UNDERWEAR 7 t2c Ladles Bummer Vests pure white full sizes and taped neck and arras Our best lOo qualities a- II ticLadles Summer Vests with silk tapes The most sightly vest we have bad at IGc Every Kind of Summer Underwear Including the celebrated Munilng line of Union Sulta for Men Women and Children will be sold at reduced prices for this sale Come In and select any you like 1TD Yd 4- o r II l I lI 1 1 Tiiirtyinch White Union Irish unen WHITE StflRT WAISTS Tailored Lawn Shirt Waists reduced from Grit 45o Two excellent styles i Olc Tailored Lawn Waists from 76c B5c Choice of any Waists liIcTudlag all linen that sold at tlOOT 95c Choice of any waists that wo sold at U25 S12oChoice of nil Waist that we sold at 150 ti trw 15OCholco of all 2 Waletf v Y 185 Choice of any Walut that sold at 0OiPrices For This Sale Only wHiTE SKIRTS Vr 75cWhltoLingne Skirts well made good 8tylqswerp125 w 11 White Llnene Skirts that We cold at 2 1s5 T ut II IT i fLACIES FURNISHINGS j jIoffer SPECIAL REDUC f TION8 on everything In Ladles Fur nlshlngs such as NECKWEAR KID 7 AND SILK GLOVES REDFERN G08SARD AND WARNERS COR A1o SETS Fine assortment of nil these v to Buloctfrom tJp J AtI I Hy I 0 1 except our Laid underwear 35cpure Nainsook Nainsook j I r I i i t I TAILORED SUITS Prlceij750Choice I 1850Si1000Choice1U5 Cholco fine Worsted Suit that sold at 2250 tff 1 1500 Choice of finest Tailored Suits that sold at 30 y LINEN TAILORED SUITS win495L775Cholco of any Linen Coat Suit hat was 1250 j r 995 Choice of highest grade Linen Coat Suits were 1750w + LINEN DRESSES We have loft a number of our very choicest styles pt glBeo presses and offer them as follows viz 49Ghoice ot Linen Dresses that soldat 750 C7S Choice of white and colored Linen Dresses sold at 1150 TO U7J Choice of all our regular i20 Linen Dresses THIN WHIT E DRESSES jy if HI 175 Neatly made White Dresses thatwere cheap at 260 5595 Choice of any White Dresses tbgtwere UOJ i Ir995 Choice of any White Dress tbatwas 15U0 Choice of finest White Drcssesthat were 25 o SILK DRESSES J A U 390 Choice of all Silk Dresses that were sold at 15 1130 Choice of any Silk Dress thatSyas 2O4 17sOCholcc ot any Silk Dress that was 30 a 875Sllk Evening Dresses that sold at 15 175OChllron and Satin Evenln Dresses that were 30OOf f i + XJ t SKIRTS tZ95 All Wool Panama Skirts that sold at5- uiif375rChoIce of any Serge or Panama Skirt that was 6J 0 750 Newest Pleated Skirts made of genuine Altman Voile with the Alt man label on each skirt rOWJffOJif 150 SILK WAISTS150- We offer about 60 Shirt Waists made In the latest style ot Seecco9Ilk in black white or all colors at 160 oach Lowest price ever na garments Come early to get your sIZer i JJ fJ1r k 1 0 F t t It Q- 1lOcwydr7 ty 1 t J 1 a- 1st1 r J nlr trr rrfiltewlllof Silk In our stock All Hinds of black 511ks plain colored Silks and all klndsior Dress Ooodfi s 29o iidch oiirln1edJnllthf Sllks Sold at 50eCoCholco of any Silk Foulards thatHold at 7Sc and 85c r ic QoTd printed Pilsse Silks In hllc blue pink were 50c aA few pieces Imt Rajah Silks rweVe SOc S9c27 Inch pure Silk Torah Cloth Inlall colors wore 7ne 85c0cnulno Mirage Silks In black tan hlti grairi era flas tJht Remnants We otter choice of a big jotof Uomnan tsotl aUfk 1bPJ 5S tiat exactly gnghalC fprtner prices J I ib J ate9 j 1rSILVER AND CUT GLASS We carry an immense assortment ot l the finest SterUng Sliver Tableware ot n all kinds and only the b stmakesA4 c BO ISolid and Plated Silver Holloware L u1 and J 8147 Rogers Plated Forks Spoons i and Knives We are exclusive agentst tJ for1 John Hoare Cos Cut Glass All II y tootlhese lines will be reduced for iA i a this sae f 295 I t HOUSE DRESSES I rn I 9Bc House Dresses made of finest Hhlrttrig Prints were 125 t 120 Dresses made ot light weight u 1LI Cambrics were 150 i I a 160rHouso Dresses made of genu v jne Bates Seersuckers and Percales reduced from 20- 0gAllot thesqDresses are well made J ROodsty1ei and perfectfittIng and asltlt of t you will note prices are about cost ot making Extra Good CrashJ Toweling I I f I all trade many COTTONS reductions 4aJ gf9cC Dress GJngh Onet hundred styles to select from 8c ylj J selection9cChoice it n W12cCholce36Inchwas t pig was ISe Galatea iQ th 18c48inch French Llna An excellent ImtationpC finest French linen re I educed from 29c Yr t Ii ofmercerized and50o19c ilofrocKs genuine English Repp Always sold at 25c 1 11 1 irl3cJarcWetIII pvervyoursupplyexamples i 49C j behad93C very handsome quality of 72Inch German Table Linen wasj U3- ft75 Fine quality pure Linen German Damask i Napkins in large slw rOoIIduced from 260 8c Bleached Huck Towels size 19 by 40 Inches rtjrn 8c Bleached Turkish Tow Is 17 by 36 Inch ijlr12cDleachedand bemmed Turkish Tr I 19 by 40 Inches i l 95cFor pair ofEmbroldered Pillow caseredueed from 125k- 8c Heavy pure Linen Crash Toweling reduced from lOc 6 I Handsome Lined Table Cloths E 12 yards wide and 3 yards 1 wu 1 750 j tJL If t I 1 Iiong PI I II HitrAlronelroi thIrtixFine jM b l IJAIIICUIIIJI lj 1 r Jt W 1 lrCURTAU4S AND UPHOLSTERYr + SgePlftd Ruffled reduced from 9Oc 1 95c Ruffled Swiss Curtains with applique designs were 150 + 95c Curtains made of new ecru Mission Nets full size were 1 H375Colored Obi all ready made Curtains during thl sai P I Special prices 1Itbemhdq ontgjer piece rl Cur alr Net SwisseshScdlms Cretonnest Y Mt J ti kf UtJJ rfl 3fIi 1 EMBROIDERIES Thousands ot yards ot new EmbrpI derles of every kind will be offered Inc the sale A few full length Skirt Fun ces and DemiFlounces in flne Swiss Embroidery at prices of ordinary kinds Allover Embroideries Swl9 Baby Irish and Batiste and a panda J some assortment of Bands All of these as welt as the entire line ptltaple Edges and Insertion will bd ofJfeted decidedly under price during this sale 0 f J U t iAt WHITE LIif1liNSc4t 39c Finest 48 inch French Dress Linen was65c H- 39cSbeer Linen Lawns were SOc 22 1e36 Inch Irish Linenpure k Linen was 30tf S5e90 inchPure Linen Sheetingyt 1ns 100ttL diI t 3Sc36Jrich Cross Barred Pure Linen 1 b4 tLawnwas50Crut ni t 1 i v32ciiFIne Huck for embrdidered Tow IIelswas 40eJ it IM tt- it i 11 11 llI 111 4 i 01 tI u J tt ilj tttlrf 1 n tom I Hf 1 1 l i a A B Robertson Bro Ir It M Ii 1 11 C 1I 14 t Danville Kentucky 7 t tY Yili tM 1- t a q OL Jr 1 22K1E FOUR THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNK 17 tIeI I I1 I f r LI1 u tI O 3UOfJ H H H H HO iJ HiHH iO I- H 1 I CLEARANCE Ii I 1Jt V tt 1i t tSALE H 1 or i t H I t1t Ll w Our semiannual clearance sale IS I t 3 now in full swing and will be continu m rw r teduntil July 1st J Allseasonable merchandise marked for w j immediate clearance at prices to move 4 f stock quickly as we are determined to It make this the banner Clearance Sale in Wi our history r All goods haVe been priced with G tt this thought in mind and we can not urge you to strongly to come and take a I tiIadvantage ofthis buying opportunity i Remember this is not a sale of just a few selected items priced low to catch the unwary but a bonafide reduction j isalethroughout the entire store aIQ I 2 Most liberal price reductions on all 1 5 J ReadytoWear Tailored Suits Dresses J E Dress Skirts Shirt Waists Silk Petti i Hfj L r coats and Kimonas 0- J t All Dress Goods Silks White Goods it Table Linens Napkins Towels Laces Embroideries Hosiery Underwear Domestics Notions Silver Jewelry t Ladies Fine Shoes Lace Curtains Cur 0 tain Nets Furniture Carpets Mattings Rugs and Linoleums 1 ee I I Welsh Wiseman1 Co4 ffi- tI i DANVILLE KYI I 6 hafHf3fHii Wi H9i H H H wHH r wH la H wH H H Wl arcnl1o t Q HgH1 zi9H H H HH rZH H l H wi ti H irsz0 t n app For Miss Jones MISS MARY HIGGINS ENTERTAINS frt AFTERNOON f Occ of the prettiest social events of the week was the reception given Isa Mary Hlgglns In honor of Miiilba Jones of Kansas City 11ItJfMtlH Ruest of Mrs Grimes Ae the case at nearly all of the Ia this season it was pouring raiav but tills only made the enjItabl home the more attractive wltft its beautiful decorations rldtc poppIes and lilies K cviTlog with the hostess were the of honor Miss Jones Miss Let i tie McTtoberts oC Lancaster and Miss 4 Mzoy McIUiberts of Danville 1 Thor dining room was very attract I Ire ia carnations and pink and white ghulsffl4 fi r Tlt0Je present wcro Mrs S D hart tY Wasea Dutch Hooker Margaret uerrSara Baughman Virginia 1t r Bourne Annie McKlnney Alcorn Bcrta Jean Penny Warren Roberta OBannon Sallle Taylor Woods Suo Taylor Englemun Lettle McRoberts anl Mount of Lancaster Mary Mc Roberts Alcorn of Hustonville Paz ton Minnie Woods Claudia Eaton Mario Mahony Otter of Danville I Belle Denny Mary Bruce Linda Milt er Ellen Ballou Sophie Saunders Clara Cooper MesdiUeorge H Farris Shelton SauifeyHTMnry Craig Richard Hampton I4BuMWoods Kit cherr P M McRobert5yr1 J4t N SatinS vi Romantic CourtshipI WAS THAT OF WESTERN MAN AND KENTUCKY GIRL I The Davenport Wash Times has this which la Interesting In connec tion with the wedding 0f Miss Livings ton and Mr Lqetb which took place at Crab Orchard Wednesday after noonA romantic courtship which began at the Christian church Sunday school convention In Kentucky last October will be closed June 25th when ClaudO C Loete the popular deputy In the 4 T county auditors office and a resident of this city for years will be married to Miss Margaret Livingston daugh ter of a Christian minister of Crab Or chard Kentucky Mr Leeto who will leave for tho home of his bridetobe next Sunday via Harrington was a delegate from the Sunday school of tho Christian church of this city and while attend- Ing the convention met Mlsri Llvlngn ton and Thursday said It wall a case of mutual agreement at once After the wedding Mr and Mrs Leete will leave Immediately for their future home here expecting to be back by the nrst of July The Times Joins v lth Mr Leete d many friends In Davenport and tho county In wishing the happy couple much happiness BANKS ON SURE THING NOW Ill novel be without Dr KiJss New Life Pills again writes A Shin beck 947 Elm street Buffalo N Y They cured me of chronic constipa tion when all others failed Unequal ed for biliousness daUndige Indies lion headache chIll lualaria and de bility 25o at G L Pennys drug store I LL f1 EC WALTON WRITES OF NEW HOME FORMER EDITOR OF I J GIVES HIS FIRST IMPRESSIONS OF SOUTHERN METROPOLIS Atlanta Go Juno IB In an Interesting letter from Atlanta to the Interior Journal E C Walton writes If you could see how wo rejoice over tho arrival of the Interior Jour nal and watch us devour Its contents you would gather some Idea of bow wo appreciate tho cheapest and bset and tho Inter st wo feel In Gods chos en people about which it tells Vapors are not handled with the same core and precision that letters are and It is a rare thins that Tuesdays pa per Is delivered to us before Thursday and Fridays before Monday However we can nnd do get Fridays pub llcalon on Sunday by going to the postoffice It Is a little lato but It Is good when it conicinnd thoro Is not a line we do not all read and some times read over nnd over Tbr more I see of rural publications the more I am convinced that tho I J Is In a class by Itself It gtvas news while It is news and there Is no coloring about it- Speaking of papers there are three great great dailies here the Consti tution the Journal and the Georgia The former Is a morning publlcatlpn and the two latter are prlntd in the afternoon They are credits to even this magnificent city and are most liberally patronized All are democratic which suits me to a t In fact repub licans are so few and tar between hero that they could not support a publication If they desired What Negroes get to vote vote the repub bean ticket and that Is the strength of that party In Atlanta IWe are greatly pleased with our now home Wo occupy a modest cottage at 192 Wlnsdor and should a Stanford person be he white or black come to the gate city of the South and not rome to see us we shall consider him fit only for treason strategems and and spoils and mark him oft our list We have met very few people so far but those whoso acquaintance we have formed hare been most courv teous nnd kind I felt like a stranger la a strange land when after almost a weeks sojourn here I knew nobody on this street nor even knew who lived next door Am getting acquainted now and before many moons wax and wane we all hope to form sonIC fast friendshipsI engaged In boslneatf yet and do not know that I will before July 1 However I am open for prop oiltions and am anxious to get out of the loafers column These three months I have been out of business seem almost as many years While possessing no great amount of Indus try t am nqt cut out for a loafer and 1 wouldnt loaf If I had been rhe political pot Is getting warm In Atlanta hind In fact In the en re- State of Georgia County officers are to be elected In November and a pri mary will be held In this Fulton count Aug Z7 GoT Browns successor Is also to be elected this year pnd while no date for the nomlnntUnlof a democratic candidate for that olfice has been set candidates are popping up all over the state Gov Drown who I am told has made a very ac Free Remedy For Weak Bowels There are two forms of bodily cleanliness the external and the in t ternal The one is for your pride in yourself the othe for life and health Both are important but of vastly more importance in the long run is the internal cleanliness watchaboutbowel them clean and free from- obatriictionu To do this you muit havo one pr two movement of the bowels each twentyfour hour If your intern roceflndtngtoutI likeDrbeeIffn upworse bottleUseyou that a brief continuance of its use will relievo you permanentlythat It will train the stomach and bowel muscles to hoursItamllIzeyoumrentA tonlo formIndigestion keepYOUsmall cost Such Ji the experience of OscarFleenerSAron Tex and hundreds of others that could bo named pleuedtodesire for yourself or family pertaining to absolutelYfreeletter and he will reply to ou In detail For the free sample simply send your name aa reh oQ a postal card or otherwise For either request the doctors address li Dr W B Caldwell aBOOCald wlI building Montlcello III FOR SALE I I i 1 i Good dry oak lumber suitable for rut barn boxing Lumber piled at McKinney I and Moreland Ky at which points we are closing out our operationsIFor prices and terms = Mr W T Earles Hustonville Agent tR Duhlmei r Brothers Cincinnati 0 coptable and satisfactory official has announced again and Hoko Smith his predecessor and whom be defeated for a rcnomlnaUon is being Impor until to shy his castor Into tho ring Tho legislature convenes In n tow weeks and will bo with us SO days There Is talk of nn effort to repeal tho present prohibition law but no one believes that it will be done The pro hlbltion law Is violated to some extent here but conditions are so much bettor then when saloons wero on every corner that a great majority of Atlan tuns would resent an effort to restore them Atlanta has never enjoyed n more prosperous season than sho now does More building Is being done than over before and real estate has advanced until It is almost cmt of tho question except with people of means A 50x 90 toot lot with an old twostory brick on It sold for 1100000 a tow days ago The business house on this valuable piece of ground was worth probably 13600 Ground lisA just been broken on Marietta street for an other 19story bullllng while arrange meats are being made for a 27story olllco building not far away Thojr do things here and the person who first dubbed Atlanta the rw York of tho South should receive a ohromo for his onngoslty More anon Your friend B C WAIVOX ENDS WINTERS TROUBLE Too many winters is a reason of trouble The frostbitten toes and fingers chapped hands and lips olin blains cold ftorrs red sal rough skins prove this But such troubles fly be fore Bucklens Arnica Salve A tria convinces The greatest healer of burns bolls plies cuts sores ecze ma and sprains Only 2Rc at Pennys Drug Store t Mr and Mrs M A Johnson are receiving the congratulations of their ninny friends upon the arrival of n ton In their home Wednesday ilo makes the third boy In thefumlly Mr and Mrs II R Daughman and family motored over to Midway In Mr Uaughman new Overland car and spent several days with relatives there COMMISSIONERSSALE In Lincoln Circuit ourt W T Adams AdMr Plaintiff vs V T Adams Heirs Defendants Pursuant to a judgment In the above styled case rendered at tho May term 1310 of the Lincoln Circuit Court the undersigned Commissioner will on Monday July 11th 1910 at 1 oclock p M In front of the court house door In Stanford Ky otter fpV sale at public outcry to tho highest and best bidder the following dencirb ed real estate A tract of land on the waters of Cedar Creek In Lincoln county Ken tucky beginning at a rock on ji brunch an old corner to Wilson Adams S 43 W S5 poles to red elm In old Turn bull line N 87 E 62 poles to n whit oak Smiths corner thence Smith ad Turnbull line W 43 K 09 poles to two red oaks an black Rum old Dlshon vorner tholice N42 W 10 pole to a stone Plummers corner N 47 B 0 12 voles to two white oakeln Plumninrn line thence N 29 W10J poles to n stone corner to Adadis lot thence with same N 40E 23 12 poles lo a toPQ N2134 W 8 poleji to a stone thence N 73 W 17 polCH to a stonlI near a spring thence S3 14 K 21 poles to stone on west side of branch thence up branch to a stone on a bank between road nnd branch and near n black oak thence S 31 E 21 poles to beginning containing 61 acres Terms Said land will bo sold on L credit of six months nnd the pur dinner will be required togive 1 bond with approved personal surety for the purchueo price payable it to tho Commissioner the fame bearing sIx per cent Interest from date o sale having the force and effect of a Judg ment and further secured by lien on the land H n SAUFLEY Commissioner Lincoln Circuit Court George D Florence Attorney 1Io Waynesburg Maccabees MAKING MANY IMPROVEMENTS fr NEWS OF NEIGHBORHOOD The Moocabeoj of this place have 50 srsatly Improved their hall by InstallWing new seats painting the walls and ewing nun enrVetlns the floor HI The lAdy Maccabees surprised Mrs re Nora Hayes by giving her a dinner before she loft for Louisville S atlWnesday morning last week of lung trouble aged 58 years Ho had neVer tOI belonged to any church but lived a J moral upright life and when ho real I bu Ixed that tho end was near said ha 101 was ready to meet his God Ui Itev W S Taylor filled his appointment at tho Baptist ClhuichonblSaturday and Sunday 4a Kofhero Saturday and undayME C Jordan was In Somerset IltIeweek tn Ernest Smith came up from Bonier sot to attend the burial of lila father th W M Smith Cyrus Johnson and wife of Kings ho Moutaln attended church hero Sun ah day St I Messrs Maurice and Jtichard Daub 0Sunda0JohnTeen are at tho bedside of his moth 0lpwMrs Luvada Burke and Mr Henry I 0 aDurkettfamily of K W May Mr B K Qonlcy of Prcstonsburg stopped over on his way to ChattaCnooga Tenn C Mr Will Dobbs and family of Som iHeadrix sition in the postolflce at Louisville f toICIfElixir Springs last week i Mrs Anus Sorrel aged 95 years la etvery HI at the home of horgrahdVon 1C B SorrelI J I J IN MEMORY OF W M SMITH My fiead and stay Is called away IiAnd I am left My brother dear Has ned away alQneI I- Oh It breaks my heart tis sad to part i With one wh was so kind j But he Is gone in dust ho lays And 1 am left berlnd Naught can I find to ease my mind In thlhga which aro below IIIFor earths tolls did vox my JorsI And aggravate my woe 4 I Put Ill prepare to Jesus where i Ill ease my trobllng heart I ri1 i loveAnd i I- Andoh that lie would send for me And call my spirit home 1 1 To worlds of rest among tho bfest H Where troubles nqver con Loving Sister M H i 1 WANTS TO HELP SOME ONE i For 30 years J F Boyar of For tile Mo needed help and couldnt find It Thats why he wonts to help someone now Suffering so long him self he fools for all distress from backache nervousness loss of appe tite lassitude and kidney disorders lie show that Electric Bitters work wonders for such troubles Five bottles ho writes wholly cured mo and now Im well und hearty Its also positively guaranteed for Liver Jfemnhl 7 FRIDAY JUNE 17 1910 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL PAGE FIVIS 1 Mens Tan LOwShoes In Correct Styles and Best Quality Regular 300 Shoes at 195 IIMens Patent Low Shoes In High sold at 4 and 85 Take any at 295 Get your future needs out of this sale and save 81 to 82 I On Sale Monday 8 AM u JI r 1 t 1 NEEDLES Bobbins and Shuttles to all sewing machines at Pennys Drug- Storet t PERSONALS J 1K P Woods Is In St Louis thli week to buy a car load of Weston mares for the market here Miss Llssa HoUtclaw has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives at PArksvIlle i Mrs W T Davlir who has spent R some time with her brothers Messm 1 W L and J M McCarty returned 9 yesterday to her liotno at Plncvlllo I Mrs J L D Coffey and little son Shelby of Frankfort are guests or relatives here Mrs C J Blpplo and Miss Jcunlo Skidmore have returned to London ann a two weeks visit to home JoU hero Robert II Coney went to Loulsvlle for 11 short visit Wednesday- MrI and Mrs J K Coney of Middle burg brought their little daughter Myrtle to have her feet treated here this week Miss Stella llupley has returned homo Olathe Kansas where she tauGht last term L 1 Miss Linda Miller Is at home from j Knoxvlllc and will soon be joined K hero by her mother Mrs Kate P If Miller Tbo former will shortly leave for a tour In krauts this Hum her I Miss Eltlo Singleton of Eubank Is I tho guest of Miss Salllo Farmer Mrs Pearl C Freeman has returned home from Indianapolis Ind where she has been the guest of Miss Daisy ShearlnMiss Helen White has accepted ij I tho position of local operator In the telephone exchange Messrs J F Cummins W II Wear cupJ W Ireland and Homer Vrny drove to Wilmoro In Mr Cummins big Regal car Wednesday night ti nl tens a Knights of Pythias celebration Mrs J S Owsley spent several days with relatives In Lexington before leaving for her old home in Shop lien county to epcnd the summer Mrs Mary D Owens and Mrs C D Owens are the guests of friends hero They are en route from Somerset to Maryland whore they will make their homo in the future Mrs Mina Drldgewaler her son Henry and his wife are tho guests of her brother Uncle Dilly Warren The Christian Endeavor Society nnd not the Ladles Aid Society will entertain at the Presbyterian chrch Funday evening Miss Dcsslo Harrington of Ku banks Is the guest of Miss Nannlo SmithProf Ocorge J Ramsey of Dan vllle was hero this week In tho In terest of Central University He 8181 there area number of younnitu attending the Stanford High School whom C U would like to have next termMrs Jones and sot who have been visiting Miss Sara Baughman have returned to their home in Louisville Mrs J D Oyn and Miss MatUe Wy lie of Ialnt Lick are guests cf Mrs Mattie Ncvliis The Young Ladles Circle of the Chilstlan church will not meet owor row afternoon but on the first Saturday In July t GOO O OOGO aU O G nQ o 1 i of I find everything they wear at our store from 1 to 25 Shoes oxfords sandals 9 and tennis shoes waists tics collars and C rFhose hats and caps poros knit union suit two piece un rye- S dcrwear 4 c You can dress the boy from head to foot for a small price f1 rr i1 It 01 fl STANFORD KENTUCKY i C 1v 4ohHottc i1tO i i i ir r ar e1ocF tit 1 Men Celebrata the Glorious Gourth In a pair of Bargain Shoes PatentTbeBadifferentIlnoin tho center of our store and you can have your choice at 195 and f295 SEVERANCE Stanford Kentucky 1 Boys All Sizesi gCan SUITS Cummins Wearen Sirs Mary Owens and Mrs C n Owens and children of Danville are guests of Mr and Mrs H C Wniy They will leave for Ualtlmoro aloti July jst to Join Mr Owens who bas a positon with tho Callahan Construe tlon Co of Maryland FOR MRS EMBRY Miss Kachcl Allison entertained in formally but delightfully with a bridge party Thursday evening in honor or Mrs Talton Embry the attractive guest of Mrs A H Sever onco Bridge was played until a luti hour when most appetizing refresh ments were served Those present were Mrs Embry Mrs Albert Sever ance Mrs Shelton Sauey Mrs Clnr nce Tale Mrs Milton ot Louisville Mrs W 11 Shanks Misses Marl Burch Nell Warren Esther Burch and Linda Miller SEVENTH BIRTHDAY Masted Gatewood Deazley entertain cd a number of his young friends ot Wednesday afternoon with a Itwi party in honor of his seventh birthday It was an ideal afternoon for outdoor playing and all tho chlUret hal a delightful time playing gancs itofrcshmcnU were served and the rHinly little host was beautifully re membered by his many friends TO HARNESS DIX RIVER Hon L D Herrington and Mr Goo T Bogard of Richmond have been at the Ulicber House Mr Herrington le one of the promoters of the scheme to harness the power of Dix river The proposition is to build a great dam across the stream and to trans lit the power from it to surround- Ing towns to be used in operating electric light planti Danvlllo Advocate A BIG SUCCESS The Face At Tho Window took In 10276 for the Crab Orchard Chris len church last week It was a splen ltd amateur production MILD LIQUID CURES ECZEMA I Skin Sufferers Drop Greasy And Nasty Medicines SalvesI That mild soothing liquid D UI rescription stops the awful itch withi he first drops A prescription nowiedged value Get a trial bottle at 25c It will take waythe itch right away and you wil sleep soundly We assure you person allv of the merits of this remedy for we KNOW Shugars Tanner- PROFESSIONAL n AND I BUSINESS CARDS teeSwDENTIST Office at Residence CRAB ORCHARD KY DR T W PENNINGTON Dentist llours 83012 A M and 1 to 430 P M tike Myers House Flats Stanford Kya I DR W N CRAIG Oculist and Optician Olllce over H J RcRoborts store Stanford Ky J P CHANDLER Auctioneer I will conduct any kind of sales in Lincoln and vurroundingeountfos If you want good for our land or stock see mo Stanford RDNo 1 M II JOHNSON Auctioneer I will conduct sales in tins and surrounding counties Satlsfuctlon cuar anteod Stanford 1tDNo- 1Stock For Sale I linve for salon bay mare Mulo 7yian end w lglis I1UO pound Pound nnd I otdgoodWork any where driving her IIKounri mid In n fair end lllcr VJUAHlrNN HuttoUVlUe Short Local News Stable for rent Mrs MatUe D KIrby N Wi and S J Dell mado a flying trip to Liberty Thursday En route Mr Fowle sold four cars of coal For Sale Brand ewOliver typewriter latest model at a bargain I C Gaines Lancaster 313 Our clothes cleaner and repairer on duty again ready to walt on tbe trade Cummins Wcarcn T F FoundPair pf gold rimmed spectacles Owner can get same by pay- Ing for this ad This office F My barbershop will In the futur be open Sundays till noon Ed Wi klnson 312 LostA class with N E C 0 Reward for return to Set crance Sons SPRING cleaners can secure the fines paper in the world to go under carpets mattings etc at the very lowest price at the INTERIOR JOURNAL office Also lots of nice clean papers for shelves etcCures dizzy tired feelings stomach and liver troubles keeps you well all summer Thats what Hollis ters Rocky Mountain Tea will do Try it and you will always buy it 35 cents Tea or Tablets Shugars Tauner August 24three days have been selected for tho dates of the Cusv County Fair says Secretary J 11 ntuppIFor Saleprotty fourroom cottage 2 12 acres of land with plenty of fruit trees Everything in firat class con dition Situated two miles east of Crab Orchard on Mt Vernon pike Price J650 Katie Slnlpson Crab Orch ard Ky 314 Another stock of buggies received nt W H Higgins this week See thom before you buy elsewhere Nice six1 room tiouso forsale com mratlvely now in nice residence sec Lion all necessary outbuildings n bar ailn Apply to Fish Pennington i HESSFD STANDING SEAM GAL VANIZED ROOFING Lnrgo uantltles Carried In Slotv EADS TIN SHOP Stanford Phone tie An Experts Opinion of Skin Diseases IIA prominent national expert on skin diseases whose name you aro familiar with says that in all his scientific ex perience he has never found so hard a disease to conquer as eczema Yet he does not hesitate to recommend ZEMO 51a most successful remedy for the treatment of Eczema itching skin dis eases dandruff pimples blackheads and all other diseases of the skin and scalp He says that not only do its cu rative qualities make it popular but al so the fact that it is a clean liquid remedy for external use A great im provement over the old style greasy salves and lotions which are not only unpleasant to use but do not destroy the germ life that causes tho disease ZE MO draws the germs to the surface and destroys them leaving the skin clear and healthy Can be used freely on in fants G L Penny will gladly supply those who call with a free sample bottle of ZEMO and a booklet which explains in simple language all about yourselfI IJc McClary Undertaker and Embalmer STANFORD KY oil pfcciiv let none none o5 r- Mens Bargain Socks t 4 As a flyer to go with these shoe bargains we will sell 150 pairs Mens Silk Finish Socks the 19c kind at 13c per pair or two for 25cINot ovjt tour pairs to one customer SON Notes and Accounts Collected of I i We collect notes and accounts anywhere in the United States Nojcharges unless we collect Also look after claims of all kinds Bank references Correspondence solicited II MAYS COLLECTION AGENCY t WOODSON MAY Mgr Somerset Kentuckyi rI Odd PiiDIS1 I VeIYou will need a pair of light pants this summer have a large assortment of peg tops for the young men and a regular cut for the older men N T T I i W E PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY SI JJ I IL MartinIR Hughes T W Humble W O I ILt NEW NECKWEAR t We call your attenrion to our new line of Dutch CollarsI in stylish effects of a pretty White Lawn with Lace Trim Imings Also a beautiful t line of Allover Lace Collars in 1rBlackI piece effect with Clhny and babyIrishtrimmings IaS IWW fl I HUGHES MARTINI r Cop i- I Dry Goods Notions Shoes i I LSTANFORD KENTUCKYj IDouble Your Profits by Using an I DIANA SILOti F fr IisI grain therefore com hand in the field loses 51 perI 5 per cent total food value SILO is 95 per cent I Why continue to waste poor stock When the i reach of all and fully guar nine acres of corn and I Also for the most I Prachcal1andI led by cutting and shocking cent by putting in the SILO saved by feeding through the half of your feed and have INDIANA SILO is within Ihe anteed 185 SILO holds feeds 28 cattle six months uptodate ensilage and equip conveyor and corn elevator I t a R E GAINES AGENT t I r PAGE SIX THE INTEHIOR t9HtNA 1 FIUDAY JUNK 11 110It J 25th AnniversaryCelebration t Sale 1iBeginning next Saturday morning June 18th I will Inaugurate the i arid most sweeping reduction sale of high class wall pat 4 I pers paints supplies and stationery known to the history of this lo L cality This sale will be continued until the entire store is cleaned TwentyFifthAnmination of my long desire to see Danville grow to that state 4 j dlz I could afford to carry a stock of wall papers embracing the most cx elusive designs of the superior foreign makes as well as the best f things produced by domestic manufacturers In September I will 5 1meeta large number of importers in New York and buy my stock eirect from the foreign markets Such a standard has never before been set in a town the size of Danville My present stock must be g sold It will be offered at such prices that those not ready for goods Remembertt the house has been proportionately reduced f f Pf t f SOME PRICES i iyallPapcrs that sold at 7c and lOc a roll are offered at I r ceiling to match at the same prices 3cborder andI 1 lOc and 15c paper at O rte per roll i H20eand 25c paper at j 3Ocand60c paper at per roll s t tOe and GOc paper at t per rpll v atth t 75d and 8100 paper at I Hi Iperroll t if 5 I r have a large lot of solid color paper in most all of- ti the shades at per roll 5e 30c 111 CENTS REMARKABLE OFFER lWe IOcI5c 20c25c 5el i f totmat papers a of wall f rs in small lots at lc and 2c a roll All of this stock is firstclass r l l fnewand uptodate and will not go out of style If you do not care to diaper at once buy now and save big interest oa the investment fj WRITING PAPER AND TABLETSt i Our stock of boxed writing paper which sold at 15c and 20c is offered 3 this sale at 5c and lOc Tablets at 5q arid iocthat gold from lOc to 1 c Sale Begins Next Saturday Morning- June 18th fPAINTS AND COLORS- We r have a quantity of high standard mixed paints that will be closed out below COST Also a lot of colors ground in oil in 1 pound cans at ca can Umbers yellows blacks and greens The pound cans ori ginally sold at 20c We will offer everything in mixed paints varnishes stains Japalac and supplies in this sale Window glass in all sizes at special reductions I i WINDOW SHADES it We have a large stock of window shades tdat we are closing out BE beingilfluickris to put the prices down to the lowest possible margin regardless I of cost coedr I i t caF Gibbons4 r I J It q j PaperPaintsMain Danville Kentucky CHICAGO MERCHANT MARES STATEMENT After Spending Thousands of Dollars lamentPhysicians CHICAGO ILLSMr J G Becker of 134 Vat Buron St a 1dealerthousands of dollars for other medicine and with physicians without getting any lasting reo lief and can say to you that I have found Peruna the only rem edy that has cured me per manentlyPeruna has also cured my wife of catarrh She always keeps It In the house for an attack of cold which it Ivarlablycures I a very short STRONG EFFORT FOR POOL IN GARRARD ROUSING MEETING OF TOBACCO GROWERS HELD AT PAINT LICK 300 ACRES PLEDGED Dispatches to the dally papers from Patit Lick Garrnrd county this weak tell of tho progrcs which is bolng made In that section toward estab llshlug a foothold for tho pool of the Burley Tobacco Society The dish patch reads Paint Lick Ky June IS A rousing joint meeting in behalf a Madison and Qarrard county tobacco growers was held here in tho interest of tho Burley Tobacco Society pOOl A large number of fanners wero In nt tehdance The meeting was called to order by Dr Amon of Lancaster and was prodded over by Dr Amon and Mr Jesse Cobb ot Rlchmondrep senting Madison county dir Bradley Wilson manager of the pooling campaign in this district was the principal speaker In a clear forcible and eloquent address he thoroughly outlined the pooling proposi Lion About three hundred acres of tobacco was pledged by Independent growers who had never before been members of the pool composing many of the largest growers of Dur ley tobacco of this section So apparent was the pooling senti ment that Mr II J Deasley a buyer for the American Tobacco Company and a man who haaVffecUrelr fought the pool fort the past several years said MIl Is so plain to me that everyone In this section his In favor of the pool this year that I am going to follow my neighbors Mr Beasley pooled his crop of about fifteen acres and also took the solici tors book and agreed to Induce all he could to sign Mr Deasley was of the opinion that at least one thousand acres would be pledged immediately In the vicinity of Paint Lick During the meeting Mr Wilson pledged the organization to build a receiving house at Paint enough to accommodate Licklarge pooled and delivered at this point After the meeting In an Intervio Mr Wilson said I am firmly of the opinion that enough tobacco will be pooled In a few days to justify the erection of a receiving house at this point Tho meeting adjourned amid good feeling and enthusiasm and with the understanding that another meeting would bo held here SaturdayJun 25at2 oclock add at Lancaster Monday June 27at 130 oclock Mr Wilson will continue the cam paign throughout Madison county this week holding schoolhouse meetings tel which he will go to Lancaster and make a complete canvass ot Oarraril and every precinct In the county BRING YOUR HORSE ALONG and look at the latest in harness Ho will approve of It as well as you Our stork of saddles are strong nndI well made and as for whips fly nets blankets etc we have endless quan titles and qualities to suit all tastes J C MtCLARY StMfM Ky L PARKERS DEPARTMENT Wanted To Relt n farm r of about IbO or 200 acres in Lincoln county Apply this office 313 For Sale 8horse Huber portable threshing engine John B AndersonIIt D No4 Stanford Seaond hand three Inch wagon in good shape at a bargain Pence Uros Stanford We have for sale a McCormack binder that has only been used to cut 40 acres of wheat and IS in tine shape A bargain Pence Bros Stanford For Salol10 foot tobacco bed A It llobblns Stanford Phone 109- 1EetrayA little old tousleheaded sorrel mare with few gray hairs and spots about shoulders and neck show ing age and hard work Anyone notic ing such nag will confer a favor on a distracted family by notifying L M Lawrence by card Wsynosburg Route 4 or Will Thompson by phone Kings Mountain Ky FRESH Jersey cow for sale Arthur Hill Stanford ESTRAYAn aged mare came to ray place May 25 Owner can get same by paying for this ad and her keep Nat Geshcm Moreland Jero Caldwell bought last week a car load of hogs from Mr Jacob lion ta of the West End The hogs are to be delivered on July 20th and will weigh at that time about 260 pounds each The price is S cents Mr Bon ta has also sold CO lambs for June delivery The June delivery goes at g cents and the July delivery at 7 12 cents Danville Advocate roontdtt aoa 7Ru uaits as Q OPWJ O3 V A3KSIID T M + +1 9rtooauId I re paw w Ui en 10 Summa ruMnm pin pootq qt owJn rtMap nit pat UftUIUI 1Wtyt aI sJN VrigV tnu enLt4 nuoN KOSV31D hat V 7rat I tttl a Y 1Mmia lei hp p1r IQS MOMU4 in w ptquMqni pat nt aa oJ 01 aoas- A3A3110f tNYU- iLi3 NUrir3 a11rtt- to W tat 34 puai eq loaaa 1141 nun to ou juiu p n q + a01 iivnoa a uaNaIi 3NO lo tmt en Lnt tna sup At trii pn pllttae pat tmao OP + HU to 1iq tai m q31409 oo v itkiio T d to nrp en r0 IHtm aqm eq iNi pie llm unll t ant 1tn7N nI1JonI vxmca ta noouo m UTM 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 suit youWALKER OWENSPongo Shipping Point Mt Vernon r YOUR WATER BOILER will have a great deal of use on he Fourth After celebrating everybody will want hot water to wash oft the grime and smell ot burnt powder Better have us look your over to make sure it is all right And while we are about suppose we take a lok at nil your plumbing W K WARNER Phone 1 88 Stanford Ky In Rc Buna Vista Cornptpn on Application for Pardon Notice U Hereby give that Buom VuuComptoo now terving a Hq wnleece jq hq J peo ace tity u Fr Kyunder a cIWRe of home breaking luring been i we Lincota Circuit Court will OQ the third day oflune1910 male application to the governor c to uid andre tale him from cuUody This the 20th day of May 1910 254 W V WILKINSON Barn Lumber For Sale 120000 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 Insures Tobacco and Tobacco earns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY nc ldencH Phone 34 i Office 06 Insure with me and be fully protected B D CARTERN- ew Liver DepotStreetPhone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY re ave A new and Uptlf dnte line of odd welldresseda nice pair of the CrossettOxford Also Ladies Vici Kid Put ent Leather and Swede ClothingWhen oreinmorecompleteshow you the new Milan Straw aroundbefore SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY a I Get My Price On House Paint hi Screen Wire Cloth Cultivators Hoes and I and other farming imple- mentsLLSANDERS ri I m Crab Orchard Kentucky r i r Ifyou anythingto mil the I STOCK LINE i NunneIcysXNcw Take toIt s j Ho huygand set a ever day tho Li year Sunday on- yourpingk Bmtimarjcct inJwith pf eed and water best covered pen outride of Louisville or toaington STANFORD KY We also do a general hitch and feed WiAC8il v W L MCARTYPrwi E C WALTON Pree L R IIUGHES8 AT Stanford Real Estate Co Stanford Kentucky Farms and Town Property Handled on Comrawion Stocks and Bondi SoJ If you Have Property to Sell or Rent Notify Us Write for Circular to 1 L R HUGHES Secretary Stanford 1 Ky it i J 1i eGGdEflfihilEAfllf k hlfffh 1 Ie j j The Winning Feature of The OVIRLAND C AiR lib Is Its Simplicity T I G Anyone Can Learn to Run It For it Operates on Only Three Gears i have in in t Its the Autq for aji the gib Family for any Girl or Woman can Run It as Easily as a Man Just Let us Prove this to You iilA o at 1 CaP Cecil WalterDunn AGENTS 5 IPhone us Fort Free Demonstration Danville Ky e J