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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): June 17, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 int1910061701_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 17, 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. THE VOLUME XXXVII. Interior Journal. HTANFORli, LINCOLN i COUNT. , KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JUNK 17, 1910. NO. .12 Mrs. A. H Hastln and Miss Mamie, of Lancaster, are visiting relatlvx .LOCAL PICTURE MEf Miss Mamie will remnln for some time CHRISTIAN CHURCH CROWDED to be tho guest of Aliases Pearl and AGENT FOR EUREKA After several terms of court with FOR LIVINQSTON-LEET- E WED PORTRAIT Clara Collier. out trial of criminal cases owing lo COMPANY ROBBED IN WEST- DING OTHER NEWS. In Communication, Executive Committee of Burley Tobacco tho Incompleted cor.dlton of the court Mrs. A. S. Price anl daughter, lllrdle ERN KENTUCKY. McCIure, of Stanford, iiro visiting Mr house, a special criminal term has Night riders are hard at Crab Orchard, June Hi. ond Mrs. Thomas Napier. Society Shows How Such a Provision Would Work been called for July 2iVto last two work again Miss Margaret Livingston daughter Mrs. W. C". Pettus and Mrs. MbiiIm In western Kentucky, but th n.- weeks. Tho session will bo held In or ilev. J. (J and Mrs. Livingston Fish are visiting Mrs. pondents of the dally papers J. G. Carp-nt- er the court house, tho first to Im uold are not Destruction of the Movement-Opini- on of was united In tho holy of matrimony In Stanford. siting about them prob..,, for in the new Tcmplo of Justice. lo Mr Claude Caton Leete, of Haven r of the conseouenro. Mr. Sam Mageo and Miss Marsuo ..... The present term of court for the port, Lawyers Given in Letter. trh' of civil cases has been extended P m. Wash, Wednesday at i o'clock Merrltt. of Danville, have returned "elves. First hand Information 'of Tho wedding was nt tho Cbils-tia- after a visit to his mother and Judge some of their work was received ... a v eek longer than was originally church wh.cn had been decoratid Joe Magee." this week by General . scheduled, on account of length of b her many friend In a most clabor-boratJohnson, of tho Eureka In a communication to members Itls to grow It Sincerely )ours, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones of time required In certain cases. Portrait Coml and beautiful manner with po EXECUTIVE the Executive Committee of the Hit-eCOMMITTED II, visited the home folkV lust . At 'e"or rece'ved from T tbu special July term both the L' plants and cut flowers. Mrs. curlis Sunda) arimth, foreman of a crew of A. Tobacco Society explnlns wh) no TOIIACCO SOOILTV. prand and petit Juries will be sum (over presided at tho organ nt d ren-- , Mrs. J. G. Carpenter ynd Miss Marie per ont clause was Inserted In the Letter from Col. John R. Allen. who have been at work moiled for service. in dered the Mendelssohn Lexington, Ky, .March f, I'JIO wedding Slahony. of Stanford, nnd Miss Clara Christian nnd Trigg counties contract for the 1910 ool, nml wh for sevI march as the party entered the churth Collier were guests of Mrs. Sarah eral weeks Grimth tells how such a clause could not 'tie embodied. Executive Hoard of Hurley Tobacco one ot The ushers Messrs. Mnur'ce Perkins.' Trooks and daughter. Miss Molllo this his men was nttacked by Lincoln Medical Society Society, Clt. Ucompiu)lng thin comniunlontlon ! night riders Wallace (lover. Harrv and Molvln Col- - week. n letter from Oil. John II. Allen, i ra- (lentlemenand forced to leave tho part of . .. . ...., Mr. Pendleton and myself in me HOLDS INTERESTING SESSION AT llcr ikvi-v- I.l 11... uiiiiiii iiariy iiovvii MIks Mary 1). Kennedy ted March 5, In which la Muted the op and Miss country ho was working In, soliciting the aisles. Rev. J. O Livingston fath- Kittle Huffman, of Stanford, have re- pictures for enlargement. gone over the dralt of the plcuge foi inion of attorney for tho Society. 1 he ST. ASAOH HOTEL. He was er of the bride who performed the turned home after visiting frlpiid.i robbed of f20 by the men who the year 1910, and return tho bi,h letter follow caught The Lincoln County Modlc.il Society ceremony entered, followed by the lit Sir-S- ome him, and warned him to leave with certain amendments and changDear here. and mot In the parlors or the SL Asaph tlo flower girl Larene Kdmlston and persona who desire the ril.ll es which we suggested and which are Ir. M. M. Phillips and Mr. Russell never return. He was glad that thev Hotel Tuesdav, June U nt 10 30 A. M.. Sara May Pettus who scattered wood- Drown, o( the Hurley Tobacco noted thereon. lid not tako his life and says h and destruction ol Stanford, came over We have heretofore ndvlx'd the with the following present- M. M. land daisies beforo the bride and does not regret the $20 since he got Society and who would In arcompllnh-Innew aut in their handt-omtbslr puri)e, deliver the tobac Hoard vrv stronglv not to emboo.v Phillips, president, J. F. P)ton, (r. 0 gloom. and treated some of our pretty voung nwa.y unscathed. According to Grif After the pretty ceremony, they ladies to a nice drive. 1th a man was shot and Allied Jusc a co growers bound hand and foot Into In the plelge foi luio any gtiiratity Perry. W II O'llaniion, J. G. Carpenthe power of the Tobacco Trust, Bie of the percentage of tobacco to be ter, I. W. Childress. J. W. Acton, F drove to the station accompanied .) Mr. A. G. Eastland, of Louisvl V, short time before his crew went to P. Jones, W M. Dooros, M. Lee Pipes a number of fi lends who gave them waa in town this week. work in the nelghborhod. through and on the stump pooled or an) number of acres to i a shower of rice and good wishes The antipathy of the night riders to deinandliiK that a "(rper cent, clause pooled oefore the pool becomes effect and W F lllckle Miss Georgia Lewis, who has been Or M M. Phillips read a paper on as they entered the car to go to their rejourning at Crab Orchard Springs picture canvassers, the, and we are glad to know after lie Inserted In the pledge etc Is said to Since there may be honest men who talking with the Hoard that the major- rneiimotiln and Its Treatment, which fni Western home. They will makv for several weeks, left Monday for have been caused by the practice of honestly believe thai such a clause ity of the Hoard agree with m In was thoroughly scientific and full of slops along the trip at Denver. Plkm Cincinnati to visit relatives. the state military authorities In send-In- g Kveiy member discussed Peak, Salt Lick City, interest Vellow stone Hhould bo In the pledge, we take this this opinion. who has troops to the troublous districts Miss Sanna Thompson pneumonia, ns It is a disease which Park and other points of Interest. Our experience with litigation prow-Inmeans of telling )ou why those wl.o been attending school in Louisville Is last year in the guise of sewing ma s If the attendance at the wedding out of suits against dumpers Is every genvinl praclloner meeis have your Interests at heart and chine agents, book agents, picture nt home to spend her vacation In a year's experience. tho good feeling of Mrs. Leete'n to prote t thit a guaranty 'of a certain percentwhom ou have chosen Mrs. H. D. Campbell and chlldien agents and the like. The militiamen wers after Information of the riders jour property did not and coul not age of the acreage or a giurantr of a So much time was devoted to this friends for her, Hhe certainly leuvoi ate visiting friends in Herea. wns . ItiHi-r- t her old home with an abundant evinnd the latter became very suspicious in thf llto pledge a 75 per cent percentage of the amount of tnhaiu-t- lecture that tho one which bo pooled before the pool becon.es have been delivered by Dr. Childress dence, for thechurch was full to over- of all strangers who came Into the clause T. D. RANEY HURT ' community The first pledge contained a tier effective was a great detriment to us on summer complaints of children rr.i' dence for the church was full to a fond goodbye. The letter of Grllllth to the home ofcent clause, and we learned by expar-Icnc- e under the l'.tOC pledge and put us at to be carried over until the next reguIN RUNAWAY Thu play "The Face at the Wlnd-- " fice here says: '.bat there Ik danger In such a a great disadvantage, because In ev- lar meeting, at which time two oUum bv the young laale3 and gentle ery Instance the parties plead that we papers will bo submitted to the So claim "We had some trouble with tbu .WAN SUSTAINS SEVERE LOCAL When we took legal Mpps again: did not have the percentage pooled js clety, one by Dr E. J. Hrown. A Plea men for the benelit of the Cbrl3t'au night riders; that Is, some of the boyj INJURY TO SHOULDER IN men who broke their pledges aoiu we claimed, and It would necessitate lor a More Accurate Diagnosis: the church w as a decided success In every did. I must not talk any and I have DOYLE COUNTY. It the same clause were contained In other by I)r J G. Carpenter- Surgery particular, .Miss Margaret Culton and Uwyer who could make the worse Instiucted all of the crew to keep Dr. Spltler took tho leading roles, repquiet One man was shot last-wetause appearthe better would takt the the Ulu pledge, a great deal of troub- by the General Practloner. A resolution was introduced bv . r. D. Raney, of tills place bad a eery at Astor's Pond. He leaves a wife resenting their characters most ground that we did not have the re- le and expense and Investigation In Miss Ophelia Lackey play- narrow escape from death when he and three children. His wife was sici per cunt. In a community order to prove that we hnd the neces- Carpenter and seconded by Dr. Perry, quired etlUonlng Hon. Harvey Helm and ed the part of a little girl; her resem- was thrown out of a buggy in which in bed where oMceri of the law and public sary percentage pooled at the time he was shoL Suiators W. O. Hr.idley and T. IT. blance to this character was striking he was driving near Alllston, Boyle sentiment were In (avor of pooling, Yours very truly. JOHN It. ALLEN "It is awful the way everything Is (Signed) Attorn y Paynter and the other representatives and she cave a very pleasing cone p county, Wednesday morning. Ills left going on In this night rider district. the verdict would bo for the soclet. In Congress to with Presi- tion of trte part. Miss Annie Bronaugh shoulder was sprained so badly he will Every thing is at a high pitch. Every In communities where the ottlcers cf dent Taft and Senator Robert L. Owen as the aunt of Miss Ophelia, was beau be deprived of Its use for some time btrangs man whb comes to this countho law- nml public sentiment wrio RECORD ATTENDANCE of Oklahoma, in establishing a L". S Uful and dignified and seemed emi- and he was otherwise brulstd and In try will have to tgalcst pooling, tho verdict woub' he tell his business and Hoard of Health with a physicain in nently fitted for her role. Mrs. Katie Jured. not be long about it for the man who broke his pledge. In EXPECTED NEXT TERM the president's cabinet. Mr. Raney, who is a traveling sales Oover and Thomas Moore, person it "Muzzall was run out one night this wa the lots of tho pooled tobac The society thes adjourned to hold ing the servants of the play which to man, had driven In a livery rig from about two o'clock, ami $20 was taken co worked hardship to thu honest LAST VEAR MOST SUCCESSFUL its next session at Stanford In the St our mind were parts most difficult to Mitchellsburg to Perryvllle, seeing his Seeing the dlruultv that from him. They made him glL Thla members. FOR CITY SCHOOL LAST Asaph Hotel. W. F. lllckle. Sec'y. perform were simply fine. Their customers. He was being driven b) happened closo to Gracey. Muzzall It mad?, our Li'iifi nd vised u not MONTH'S HONOR ROLL When looked like 30 cents compliments for acting their part. to a young man named Myers. to put a per cent clause In the next day. CURRENT EVENTS CLUB such a high degree of perfection were near Alllston a rubber tire on a wheel, "We are going to try Cadiz this contracts. The largest attendance In the city Is for us to say broke Into and snapped over as the week I think we can get two weeks We lajlude in this circular a The Current Kvents Club met with so profuse It needless schools ever; known In Stanford Is ex more. Certainly the entire cast dis wheel went round and struck the work here; that Is, If we don't get a Col. John It. Allen giving his peeled tho next term by Prof. J. W, Mrs. J. O. Carpenter on ThursdBy aft- played The animal was fine histrionic talent. Col horse opinion on this subject. notice to get out We are going lo Ireland, City Superintendent of the ernoon at her home on Danville ave- Guest was so delighted with tho per and began to kick and run. stay with them until we get through The General Assembly has passed public schools. Tho average attend- nue and a most delightful time formance that he says he will wrltd Myers was unable to control him, or tet a notice to get ouL I am keep-(nall the laws necessarr to protect our ance last year was J50, which was a had. The subject or the meeting was to nis friend, John Mac.iuley, of Louis- and as the horse dashed madly away, all this from the crew, but have Society If we use common sense and record Itself, but a still better show "American Authors," and Mrs. W A, men Instructed them to be careful and not the light of experience. Put to put a ing is expected when school takes up Itlbble read an Interesting paptr, ville, to come up and try to engage the buggy overturned, and both the company for next fall ai his the- were thrown out. Sir. Raney was ali talk any." er cent clause in the 1910 pledge agftln. A very large number of the. K&ch member named r.n author, who atre. The "street parade" by the com- most knocked while unconscious would open a gap through which connew scholars will be In tne High was discussed by the club. pany during the afternoon a Horded young Myers was so badly hurt that a tract breakers could escape. Mrs. Carpenter's ices, calces a. id School for 30 from the outside county Severe Hail Storm much fun for the town The receipts physician took him In charge at once A per cent clause In the contract graded schools have qualified, who minU, in chocolate and yellow were at the door far exceeded the most san- Mr. Raney's shoulder was dressed and aojld oulv make a mark for lliu were not in the city school last term. teuittful to si e and delicious to tate guine expectations; being 1125.70, nnd tied up, aud he caught the morning Lancaster, Ky., June 16 Trust to shoot at. If wu inserted a Prof. Ireland Is greatly pleased The next meeting will be with .Mrs we think it but Just to give houor to train for Stanford. 7i"j (.er cent clause the Trust One of the most destructive hall would W. P. Grimes on the third Thursla) with the work which was done by the whom honor is due, and state trt.it storms ever known In this section have only to buy up 26 per cent and pupils last term. He has Just given In July. Cnpt. J. B. Willis paid S25 for one tick-ofell about 5 o'clock Wednesday even thus make any pool mposslble. I! liv following guesU wero present The McKioney. out tho Honor Hull for the last month Mr. Curtis Cover $10 for one, Mr ing. The range of the storm was uping bought the smallest fraction over r of the past term, which Is as follows: besides most of the members: Wallace Oover S5 for two. Dr. Dick on Drake's Creek, extending as isr of the crop at good prices . D. McKlnney, Shelton S.mf-ley- , I'rlmarj-rOladArnold, Josephine Misses Anna and Minnie Alams, of as the Crab Orchard pike, about two S. for two, Mrs. Mary Relchert $5 for the Trust would be able to control the r.ooch, Herman Walls, Mabel Wllkin T. A. Rice, Carroll Shanks J J one, Mr. Robert Thompson ?5 for ouc. Graysvllle, Tenn. visited Mr. and Mrs miles east of here. The hall was about remainder of (he crop for anything It son. Dickey and J. T. Embry. The lecture at tho Baptist cburoli Harry Jacobs Sunday. They are Boil the size of hen eggs and fell so rapid was pleased to pay. 1 Harvey iss Joanna Ballou. Urade Friday evening Drumrm.nd ing Life and Health Medical Journa, ly that It was soon an immense heap pUdged The way to Ret 73 per cent REVIVAL SERVICES Embry, Ed Farmer, Joe Or mes, on Temperance was well nttended and In order to gain a scholarship at the or particles. The wheat fields that it is to xo alter It and not to waste tlru-- j Graysvllle Academy to fit themselves Lnn Pence, Marie Powell. Ida Pet Revival services will begin at the pronounced very good. took In Its course, are reported utand energy In a wrangle about a tech- tus. Margaret Shanks, William Tate. Haptist church this The I. O. O. F. observed last O.in-la- for missionaries. terly ruined and look ns It they had evening, commutnicality that would seriously weaken Orade 2 Mary Urackett, Rebecca ed by Rev Mr. Joseph Coleman is at home cut down with a knife. The gardens afternoon as decoration and memJ. H. Daniel, of 'lexas. Tue the pool. The my reason that vi Goldstein. Hadle Wcaren, Mary F. tasket dinner and roll call which had orial day. They marched to the cem- from Lebanan where he has been at- are completely destroyed, acd rrany have not 7f per cent or 85 per cent lo Daisy Lunsford Stella Walker, I -- en proposed for next Sunday Pave etery n procession In full uniform led tending school. 1909 pool Is that solllsh or short of the handsome forest trees wero tho John D, White, Sam Craig, Walker M. Leen Indefinitely postponed. by the Crab Orchard band, which Miss Mettle Llpps and Mr. Elwood stripped of their leaves. Some or the sighted men claiming to be tho grow- Hubble, Moirla Jackson Viavu appropriate music. The sent es Weatherford of Hustonvllle, were In tobacco beds were also badly Injured ers' frlemls mado war on us during Grade Anderson, Tlldeu consisted of prayer by Rev. K. D town today, calling on friends. confus- - n SAVED FROM AWFUL DEATH The loss to farmers In Garrard. the last pooling season and Cooper, Karl Daughman, Allle Russell Mrs. Dr. Singleton Is visiting ro't where the storm raged with such fury Noak8; reading of their ritual for the and misled tho people. Don't be mis- Fish, John Held McKlnney. Vlrgli How an appalling calamity In his occasion and scattering of Mowers ' lives in Bowling Green. can not be estimated. led this time. Moore, Willie Rankin, Annette Wear-en- . family was prevented Is told by A. D er the graves of departed brothers Mrs. Cocking and daughter Miss Extending tho time of declaring tho McUonUld, of Fa)ettovllle. N. O, It. F This is one of the little deeds .)f Ruth, were In Somerset last week. KILLED LITTLE 8ISTER pool to November 1st give two boards Orade L llobart Arool., Richard D No. 8. 'My sister had consump life whtch has a strong tendency to Mr. Norman True is on be bIcU list the opportunity to pass on It. Tbu Arnold, Annie V. Craig, Frances Km tion," ho writes, "sho was very thin cemeut the tics of brotherhood. How Tho Q & C. railroad :s extending old board has the right to declare th9 Horace Marshall, the seven-- ) ear-el- d and pale, had no appetite and seemed iiufottuuate that wo so ofteu forget the switch for the benefit of the spoke In bry, .Sylvia Farmer, nirdle Ford, iool off prior to October 1st, if son of J. W. Marshall, of U.en-lllFord, Kathryn Hjrrls, Annie It. to grow weaker every day, as all rem and too often neglect to perform the factory In order to handle their goods their Judgment they deem It boat. Tim Adair county, accidentally killmore easily and to accommodate the Powell, Alice Tamme. edies failed till Dr. King's Ntw Dis- little things of life. new board, elected about October ed his sister, thrqo years od. 4 ho two Mr. Ad Lastin has purchased a ti ac- increased business of this prosperous Grade S. John Cash, Clinton Cole- covery was tried aud so couipetuly and representing tho will of those children were at the wheat house and will have man. Joe T. Embry, Matsy Grimes, cured her that sho has not been troub tion engine, which cost him 12,200 for enterprise. who have Just elected them, finding a gun, the older brother kept haullug lumber. The rapacity Is 10, We had a very hard Btorm last rats. Horthe right to declaro the pool on or Jesse Mocker. Gr.icj Hurst. Mary Jnr- - le! with a cough since. It's the best by considerable there with which to shoot accompanied medicine I ever saw or heard of." For 000 feet of lumber or a car load at on i night off beforo November 1st. ace undertook to break it to sea I It vU, Lottie. W. McKinne) Jean Paxton. coughs, colds, lagrlppe, asthma, croup draught. It does away with horo ball and vivid lightning and loud e Heceuty wo mailed you a was loaded. The gun was discharged, Grade (1. Harry Farmer, Ultle Ware lumorrhage, all bronchial troubles, power entirely, showing the progma thunder. containing a full discussion or sheet ball striking his sister, kuling Mr. Will Beck is abe to be out agin the botof mechanical Ingenuity over tho past the matters of difference between tho ilesfcie Moore, Klla KLchenberger, It has no equal. COc and SI; trial her Instantly. after an Illness of several months tles free Guaranteed by G. L. Penny, means of transportation. Society and those who seek our ruin Frances Urackett, Maud Arnold. Mr. II G. VanArsdnl, of Lexington, Mrs. George, btophenson and son you will take Wo earnstly hope that SUNDAY SERVICES (rnde 7 Mary S. Cook, Sallle M. urnl Mi II. II. Singleton of Waynes John, have returned from Texas. ICE CREAM SUPPER. tlnio to read all that Is In those four CruU. Mary M. Raney, Mayme Rev. Win, Sprinkles will preach ut sen, liuig, were in town yesterdiy on ibwlr Holman Stuart and Mrs pages and also the contents of a sic Springs. Neal's Creek Methodist church next Hettlo Warren, Ilojco Hunn. On Saturday afternoon from thro Georgo William, of California, havt way to ElMr ond sheet which we shall send you In was a bad wreck on tlw Q. Suuday moruing at 10:30 o'clock E,v to spend the summer with There Orade 8, Ktlle Ilaughman, Robert to tlx o'clock the Mission Hand of the hi rived u few days. It Is the farmers' fault Misses Bettlo and Sallle Dellorde and & C. at Aunadel, 1'enn.. delayiug train rrybody cordially Invited. much and to road "id Cat tor, Wm. Grimes. Marlon Grimes, Christian church will have an Ice to work too N'o. 2 duo here at 4.30 P, M. till 12 '10 cream supper at the home of Mr?, other relatives. Rev. Mr. Kogar will preaching at think too little. It Is Just as neces- James Johnson, Walter Moser, Ar- - John S. Daughman. All are cordially Mr. Kllburn Stuart, of California, this mornlnjf. No particulars have Logan's Creek Unlan church next yet as to the loss and sary to maintain an organization to thur Coffey. Invited to attend. Candles will also will spend the summer with his sister, been learned o'clock. Sunday afternoon at your tobacco at a good price as High School Thomas BrlgbL Stuart cause of the wreck. be for sale. sell Mrs. F. L. Jones. Mrs. Rosa CALLED TO BE HELD HERE FOR TWO WEEKS. Per Cent Clause Would Bind Grower Hand and Foot Special Court Term BEAUTIFUL NUPTIALS AT CRAB ORCHARD Alexander, of Owenton, Ky Is also a guest ol Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Jones. NIGHT RIDERS 7 AFTER ,ch n ..,.. o s, - s l) ats-test- over-brcjvth- o - ek - uubs-tiue- lett-j-fro- greatl-frightene- s g L Met-darne- nne-foatt- h ys by-M- L'or-tnea- ster ita-mo- e. Jt four-pag- V. 3-- W-r- V wrr- - 3.x:ZLmaim.. am ,wv PAGE TWO .1." - -'- "'-'"' THE INTEMOR JOL'HNAIi HOUSEHOLD FIUDAY, JUNB 17, 1U10, Stanford The Same as Elsewhere. Hard to attend to household duties EVBltY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY with a constantly aching back. At $1 Per Year In Advance. A woman should not have a bad back, i. SAUFt-EPublisher and she wouldn't if her kidneys were SHELTON Established The Interior Journal. 1S72L CARES of Tax The Women AUTOMOBILES SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES. Y well. Doan's Kidney Pills make well kid AGENTS FOR Entered at the Post Otnco at Stanf ncys. ford, Ky., as Second Class mall. Stanford women should profit by the following experience: Gov Olllctte, of California, has de Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey, Danville St , E. M. dared that the Jeffries-Johnsoprize Lancaster, Ky,, says: "My experience holTJDttl shall not be held within the with Doan's Kidney Pills leads me to ders of his state, nnd hns Instructed believe that they are all that Is claim Attorney General to tnke leijnl ed for them. I suffered a great deal the steps to prevent It, If necessary. A from backache and at night did not preat many will doubtlessly commend sleep well. On several occasions my 24, Mm for thin action, hut lovers nf fair back became so painful and weak that pay, no matter whether It be n urlrc I could not attend to my house work. f Sht or a revival cannot but condemn Being advised to give Doan's Kidney him for waiting this long before 's Pills a trial, I did so. They helped me Panvi"c K- suing his pronunclamento against the from the first and had I continued them fistic game. The backers of the af long enough, I believe they would have fair hne spent many thousands ot effected a cure. I was compelled to dollars In preparations, which will be discontinue their use for some time but a loss to them now. They say tint I am now taking them again and I bethey will sue Gillette, nnd ought to re- lieve they will soon rid me entirely of He stated publicly tho trouble." cover damages. For sale by all dealers. Price CO a few weeks ago that he would pcrisill Co., Buffalo. the fight. His play now seems to lo cents. to the galleries and for political ef- N., Y., sole agents for the United t Ti fect. Mcanwhle the promoters are States. ?2?"n Remember the name Doan's and preparing to put on the fight In Ne2-2 vada where there are no sort of laws take no other. against the pugilistic game. c It has been brought out In the exJ O Ol C " citing race for the Democratic con c " "o o Ala)or Head of Louisville, on Wed-- j ct "o caco nesday formally announced his can- gressional nomination In the Seventh 2 didacy for the Democratic nomination that the reason Congressman Cjntrill ca i" 5 for Governor. He would undoubtedly pledged himself to be for Thomat alt 5 make a good executive If he could er having had one terra, was that ho " 2 o secure the nomination nnd win. Sixty-- planned to , o 5 run for Governor. Just defive country newspapers have 53? With clared In favor of JlcCreary, declar- think what we have missed Z 82 ing that he is tho only man who z.w Cantrill and Johnson candidates. cEo2 , not ounite all factions and bring back au It would have been pay your money l'lie and take your choice. old time Democratic victory, 8age of Madison has consented to make the race, and we do not believe Kings Mountain. that Mayor Head, Ben Johnson, Ulll or anyone else can get the Addams nomination away from him. The .mt. iyrus jonnson ana wile arc country boys are for McCreary and spending a few weeks with their par way this time. enta at the are going to have their Johnson Hotel. Democracy would win oftener If the Mrs. Dora Bastlan and daughter, was Marie, have voice from the rural districts returned to their home Bring Your Produce To Us. heeded more. in Nlcholasvllle. Dr. Shonts delivered an excellent Wc hre opened produce home oo Som. With the liquor interests solidly he lecture, accompanied by Illustrations etKt .bed sod" will py die highest Market hind him the tobacco trusts and all on Brazilian resources and culture. price (or all kinds ol coustrjr produce. Bring Campbell Other big corruptlonlsts Mr. Fred Reynods was the guest ot ui your stuff. Cantrill seems to have an lnsurmoun Victor Gllllland Sunday. M..O. BASTIN & CO. table handicap over Claude Thomas ". I.. McCarty and family are visit Stanford, Kjr. for the congressional nomination In ing relatives here. the seventh. We' have It by grape C. D. Evans has returned after vis ! vine that the Interests backing Can iting his parents in Nlcholasvllle. trill have put up an Immense fund to Bring your niacksmithlng and general Mrs. Mansford Chevillet Is visiting repair work to me. Horse sboelng ne put him over. The liquor interests relatives here. ,hP OI'"",e rmi!fP:f,c0o,ncfeU,"er.",nor;:1 are said to have almost as keen a de O. C. Daskett Is in business In Dan JAitKH ulre to punish Thomas for his activi- vllle, with Mahan & Grimes. DON'T RON ENTIRELY OUT Htanford. Kr. V ties in the last State Senate for the .lames Florence has taken a post of Uaughman'e Fancy Patent No. 1 county unit bill, as they had to de tlon in Carthage, Ohio. flour. Order a new sack when the feat Deckham for United States Senold one Is nearly gone. Then tueie ator because be put tne lid on In will be no Interruption of the tine .L.oul(.ville. baking that llaughman's Fancy PatBflsBKaBlsVsjBBBHaBBBlBVfBBBBBlBf ent No. 1 Hour helps jou to do. Caleb Powers (got all the best of tried llaughman's flour yet? Haven't it at the republican State committee Then you certainly tbould do so at meeting In Louisville last week. He once. AH tne best bakers In the city claims he w III carry the 11th district are utlng it right along. over Kd wards by 15,000, but we don't Undertakers and Embalm- believe it. The race looks mighty en. Also Dealert in FurJ. H. Baughman & Co. close to us. niture, ifatting,RugB. They will exchange Furniture lor A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, ill Kindt of Stock. Give ...o question of tne hour Is whetner Burgin, Kentucky. Them a Call. Price Right,, Roosevelt will endorse tne Aldrieh I am a crudualeof Jones' National Hcbool Cannon gang or the Insurgents in STANFORD. - KENTUCK of Auctioneers, t'hlcaso, and have nail Congress. The return of the lion In the big cattle tale, lit the I'nlon Olilcngo. where wo told ohih Block Yard,. hunter is at hand and mngnlficent IF YOU WANT TO CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! tboroughbmli n nigh a lU'O. Alio In tacu hone tale, where 81a tales eremude I lim e I can lurnlsh the putJiio with the best, as preparations are in progress for hU da-- . Auctioneering U n science nnd PLEASE THE WIFE studied It lth this iden. Heeor phone me all kinds, bulbs, potted flnni.r hi.m. ... well as the freshest nrrnt welcome home. flowers, on short liefore jou arrange lor your ai. 1 can notice. Also make a secure a fire insurance policy on make sales to your advantage. l'llON K specialty ot wreaths for for funernl purposes. your home and furniture. Then In connectlou with the aliove, I have nil kinds of vegetables on hand nt reasonable prices. she'll quit worrying about what you OIIItlHTMAN OUKEW IIOUHKH. and she would do if anything should Kll HUIIIIAIU), 1'KOH. Htanford, Ky. happen. For she does worry and Dealer In and Manufacturer ot Monu-mont- s, will continue to as long as your Marblo and Cranito When you feel that you things remain uninsured. Have us can hardly drag through Markers and Posts, Cemetery nnd Lnwo We are In position to do all kinds of conyour daily work, and are y issue you a policy and you Vases and Hettees. OOlce and works, creting, such as lllock Work, l'nvements Ky. tired, discouraged and and. In fnct, we enn make any thing from will please her mightily. house down to a fence post. We miserable, take Cardui, you promptly and guarantee can sserie the woman's tonic. work and material. (Jnll and get our prices Fish & Pennington, before you buy your material at least. & Summer Cardui is prepared for the purpose of helping Stanford, Ky., Phone 200 liave'your measure taken by a tailor ot experience. Then your clothes, whether h low women to regain their Stanford, Ky. price business suit or the) finest evenlnu n Flanders 20 $750 F. 30 $1250 Haynes $2000 Btther Electric 2000 to $4000 tStudebaker Garford, $4ooo to $6000. If interested Phone us Bell and we will gladly give you demonstration. Danville Ice & Coal Co. I f dP I lff B sw !sl "1 I J"V m 111 N Vm W if I IX '&$&$$$ lM&&M-- 0 Foster-Mllbur- n A Nice Quiet Fourth, i -- - -I - Look At Your Neighbors Clothes. 000000000000000000000000000000 See the Bfiunrc ntiB fit W. H. HICC1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. of the collar, the the annwer will be In our Javor Ino In- l deel The fabric banging trouxers, and aik him when fine We flt you at any j.rlce from he got them and almost erery time to 127 10 the Bull. Bate and pretty. broad nhoulilcr, the straight blued nml c,re) thin season lire 10 O0000O00OO000O0O0O00O0OOOO00O H. J. McROBERTS. 00000000000000000000000000000 G. L. Penny K. BLAOKSMITHING A-- II. Coflej E. It. Coleman i.L.Beazley&Co., Dr. Hess' Poultry Fanacsa Will make liens lay, euro them and keep them in gixjl tlintty couilitlon. The incrviiK in the ininibcr of ei"i laid, will moro tlinii pay for tho finnll exjienns oi feeding. It 'h wlil at Penny' Drug Store. ol ilipeitho I PENNY'S DRUG Btnnford. Kentucky. STORE, 1 Can't Work Harry Jacobs, EBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSR Detroit Vapor The Latest In CONCRETING nrst-clas- to-da- Spring Stock PHILLIPS BROS., J J. BELDEN, OIL STOVES. Absolutely Wickless, No ia i strength and health. Not by doping with strong drugs, but by the gentle, tonic action, of pure vegetable herbs. olotbes, will bnve tbitt Individuality and fit wblcb plainly Indicate they were made to your.measure. 1 will also take your mens-ar- e for extrn trousers, fancy Tests, top ooatsl and. overcoats. Hprlngand Humrue, samples on band rruiiy lor your inspection ll.U. UUl'LKV. The Tailor. Htanford, Ky, As- - bestos, No Cotton Wicks. EM of nil kinds suah at tops recovered curtains and boots made HtopoerAldrldue's black smith shop West Main Ht., Hlnuford Ky For house, oarrlaue ami .tirn niiinMnffHn. ratlye iiawr bunging also buggy trimming The Very Thinglfor Summer Cooking Z Makes life in the rwjflMh g MASON'S MEET. I J J. IIKLDKN. The Woman's Tonic Cardui, I was unable to do any work. I have taken 5 bottles and have Improved very much. I can do the most of my housework now. "I can't say too much for Cardui, it has done so much for me." Your druggist sells Cardui. Get a bottle today. L N. Nicholson, of Shook, Mo., writes: "Before 1 began to take Mrs. Lincoln Lodge No. 0. K. A A. M. will meet n stuted communication on eisch llrst and third Monday nights of each month, ut 7:3U I desire o'clock In their hull on main streeet, Htnii-for- cerlesahd to sell prlvulelylmy stock of Imtl. . Ky. Members of sister lodge are fra ness. Will Hardware. lWilnir n ufni.1 lnolce about f.'00. luusou ' ternally Invited to be present. T. W. III health. Hoc. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. OKO. I). kitch- - en endumble in hot weather. Bb!b!bbsBBsWs GGO. H. FARRIS. ARTISTIC shades in our ready nixed colors. Tor durabljty and uniform high quality they are unequalled. Tulk all you like about "good,, paints. Then do a little actual pointing with a small sample from qurstoek and watch results. You'll satisfy yourself that you can buy no better paint for the money anywhere. Let our pnuit talk HOr'l'Klt.HtanfordKy. L&N. tl.Houtb, l: p. TIMETABLE No. No. No. W, North, 5: (J No.W, 1U.AIA. H, No.!((,North,iW M. a. Houth, IU:lA A M. A. m, M. When Hungry flOTO Oaraon's Heataurunt fjuicu.ter, Htreet, HWinford K. Jleuls servwlat nil hour up to 11uh. m.X llest plaMi lu wnfur u good Ulck lllenl. Cooking to suit our ru.timiersour specialty. Hplendld new line of fnnoy 11. B. Livo Ar.d Northcott, DEALER IN Poultry, L'tftfs, f. u. i No.tit.tilup. Dred Ice, JOS. S. RICE, Agont. Cttnl, Vfwil, Hides. W. A. J. A. ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. Furniture and Undertiikiiig. Day I'houo 28. Night Phono 133. TRIBBLE, Fur Salt. Litre, Shhieiig Aikl FuUliott. Branch Hotse Stonfonl, Ky. (irovcrles. Hot OolTee, Hanilwlcbes, uud swiet milk. etc .lit all times. plei,"Ilutti'r milk Phono 85, LaiMnner. Ky. Stanford, Kontuclty. W. A. CARSON, Prop. Thunnan K. Tudor, Phone 153 Mr' PAOB THRKH. ( THE INTERIOR JOURNAL', STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY-- . JUNE 17, JJIO. 7. "t ;f f f Extra Good Crash Best Apron Ginghams -- ' 5c June Clearance Sale! Toweling 5c C 1 Beginning Tuesday, June 14, and continuing until July 1, we will offer absolutely everything except a few restricted price articles in our big stock at very decided reductions for CASH. This is a genuine MONEY SAVING EVNT, as you select just what you want and get it at reduced price. And you can make your selection from the largest an best stock of garments and dry goods in Central Kentucky. We extend the sale over two weeks so that all our trade can have a chance, but we advise you to come early as many lines will be closed out quick Juiie 1 4th to July 1 st Sale-SPO- T i Terms of CASH. No Goods Laid Aside or Sent on Approval WASH GOODS BARGAINS. of all Bates. ToIIe du Nord and A. F. C. Dress Gingham's. One hundred styles to select from. Madras Shirtings; best 10c quality; fine selection. 9c Choice of nil 12 Cambrics and Percale. 10s Galatea Cloth.usually sold at -, lfc. oIce of Auchtehraughty Suitings; was 15c; French Crash, was ipc; Printed Shirting Madras, was 15c. and French Galatea' Cloth, was ISc. French Llna. An excellent imitation of finest French linen, from 29c. 13c Choice of a big assorted lot of Colored Dress Linens, consisting of mercerized, plain and fancy, Austrian Ramie Linen, Irish Linens and German Linen in plain and fancy. Prices have been 30c, 40c and . 50c a yard. genuine English Ilepp. Always sold at 25c. 12 Choice of any printed Flaxon Lawns, reduced from 13c and 13c. 9c-C- holce lored l-- WHITE GOODS. entfro lino of Klgbt no when ou need White Goods moat, c offer our a deolded redutclons. We can only plain and faney White Goods at lew, but all are reduced. Save 5c a yard. 12c Klaxon, 36 Inches wide IwU like linen lawn. 40 Inches wide. Ileal value 15c lOe Fine White Lawn, underwear, was lEc 12c Pajama checks or solt check Nainsooks used lor 4 n beautiful quality of yarn mercerized Batiste, full 35c Japst Batiste, Inches wide; regular price 50c Lawn, 36 Inches wide, was r.Oc. 35c Pure Linen Snow Flnko Nainsook, regulnr price $2. piece of $1.65 piece of 40 Inch Madeira Nainsook, regular price $1.50 1.20 80a 10 Inch Whlto Crepe Marquisette for Waists, reduced from II. Cross-Barreh Special values In White Piques, now ery much wanted for SkrU. SHEETS AND COTTONS. During this sal we will offer .peclnl reductions on all kinds of Domestics, Sheets, Pillow CJses.elther ready made or by the yard. SbeeH SlxOO Inches, hemmed ready for 55c Full nieached ready-madfrom 70c. use! reduced 12c Read) made hemstitched Pillow Cases; sell at 13c e 3 7c , tJc llopo h , 95s-PrIn- ccsse i::5 Bleached Cottons. Soft Finish Bleached Cotton. PRINCES3E SLIPS. Slips of checked Muslin; were cheap at 11.25. wero 13. Princess Slips niado of Mercerized natlste; SUMMER UNDERWEAR. taped neck and Summer Vests, pure white, full sites and 7 arms. Our best 10c qualities. The moit sightly vesta we lie-LaSummer Vests with silk tapes. have bad at 15c Munslng livery kind of Summer Underwear. Including the celebrated will be sold at reduced line of Union Suits for Men. Women and Children you like. prices for this sale. Come in and select any l.2e-U- dles' dles' TAILORED SUITS. One Hundred New Suits to Select From and Notice Prices $7.50 Choice of nny wool Suit that was $15. $9.25 Choice of any wool Suit that was sold at $13.50. $10.00 Choice of any wool Suit that sold at $10 $11.25 Cholco flno Worsted Suit that Bold at $22.50. $15.00 Choice of finest Tailored Suits that gold at $30. LINEN TAILORED SUITS. 12.9b Tailored Suits mado of pure nntural I.inen, were $5. $4 95 Linen Coat Suits In white and colors, wero $7.50.' $7.75 Cholco of any Linen Coat Suit that wns $12.50. $9.95 Choice of hlgnest grade Linen Coat Suits, were $17.50. LINEN DRESSES. We have left a number of our very choicest styles of, Linen Dre3ses and offer them as follows, viz: $4 91 Choice of Linen Dresses that sold at $7.50. $e.7bCholce of whlto and colored Linen Dresses, sold at $11.50. $H.7J-Cho- lce of.all our regular $20 Linen Dresses. t THIN WHIT E DRESSES. cheap at $.'50. Neatly made White Dresses that were $1.75 $5.95 Choice of any White Dressea that were $S.t0. J9.95 Choice of any Whlto Dress that was $15. $15.00 Choice of finest White Dressea that were $25. SILK DRESSES. $3.90 Choice of all Silk Dresses that were sold at $15. $11.50 Choice of any Silk Dress that Was $20 .. $17.50 Cholco of any Silk Dresa that wag $30. $8.75 Silk Evening Dresses that sold at $15. ( 17.50 Chiffon and Satin Evening Dresses that were $30. SKIRTS. , 12.9 S All Wool Panama Skirts that sold at $5. , was $5i0. $3.75 Choice of any Serge or Fanama 8klrt that n Voile with the $7 JO Newest Pleated Skirts made of genuine Altman " ' t 12c-Ch- ' 18c-48-- Inch HOUSEHOLD LINENS. I Alt-ma- 'label on each skirt. We offer about . $1-5- . f black, white or all garments. Come early to get your size. $1.50 SILK WAISTS 60 Shirt Waists made In the colors at $1.50 each. Lowest latest style of Seco Silk In price ever named for such We offer at reduced prices our entire line of Table Linens, Napkins, Towels, Table Cloths, Fancy Linens, Huckv., Crashes, etc. Look over your supply and take advantage of this chance. We mention a few itenw as ' examples. Union Damask in beautiful quality and patterns. Cannot be 49c " had anywhere under 65c. German Table Linen; was $1.23. 98c Very handsome quality of " $1.75 Fine quality pure Linen German Damask Napkins in large size, ro- duced from $2.50. , 8c Bleached Huck Towels, size 19 by 40 Inches. 8c Bleached Turkish Towels, 17 by 36 inches. 12c Bleached and hemmed Turkish Towels, 19 by 40 Inches. fV 95c For pair of Embroidered Pillow cases, reduced from $1.23.('v' ' t)" 8e Heavy pure Linen Crash Toweling, reduced from 10c. 2 3 yards long"; was yards wide and $6 Handsome Linen Table Cloths h 2 $7.50. ..&" ,1 fa r 10c yd. Thirty-inc- h j White Union Irish Linen 10c yd. 65c. $ SILKS. 9 Q'n $6.yO Fine Wavy Hair,- -Cororwt.Braids .thirty ' Reduced t froni'W sixinphes long "" "? $2.95 75c-W- WHITE, SHIRT WAIST3. Waists, reduced from excellent styles Tailored Lawn Shirt 4SCTo .ro... Waists, Lawn Idclu'dlng all linen, that sold at $1 .00. Choice of any Waists. any waists uiai o u. t .c Choice of $1.50 of all Waists that we sold at $1.20-Cb- o!ce of all $2 Waists. $1.50-Ch- olce of any Waist that we sold nt $.. ii Prices For This Sale Only. WHITE SKIRTS. styles; were $1.25 Llnone Skirts, well made, good hlto Skirts that we sold at $2. Linene $I35-W- hlte Oe-Tal- lored ,. 85-C- holce , 'e will, for this oale, offer very decided reductions on every piece plain colored Silks and all of Silk in our stock. All kinds of black Silks, ot Dress Goods. kinds 29c-- 27 inch printed Japutal Silks. Sold at 50c. olco of any Silk Foulards that, sold at 75c and 85c. Wc-Gprinted Pllsse Silks In whltej blue, pink; were 50c. old 25-few pieces Imt. Rajah Silks; we're 50c. colors; were 7?c. 39e 27 inch pure Silk Torah Cloth ' Mirage Silks In black, tan, blue, gray; were I1.33.J all kinds of Silk We offer choice of a big lot of Remnants of 49c-ChA. In-a- ll 85c-Cen- ulne ' ,; ji CURTAINS AND UPHOLSTERY Plaid Swiss Ruffled Curtains reduced from 90c. 95c Ruffled Swiss Curtains with applique designs, were 95c Curtains made of new ecru Mission Nets, full size, were $1.50 Extra choice styles Mission Net Curtains, were $2. j $3.75 Colored Madras Curtains reduced from $6. 'ijiV $6.50 Fancy all Silk Curtains, reduced from $10. These prices will gUe you an Idea of the reductions to beinade o flf all ready made Curtains during thU sale. .'. .Special prices will. be. made on every.Plece of. Curtain Net.flBwlsses. 59c $l.50.y $1-2- ' Remnants at exactly Scrims, Cretonnes, etc. ' ' one-hal- f former prices. '''. ' LADIES' We will otter FUBNISHINOS. SPECIAL SILVER AND CUT GLASS. 91c HOUSE DRESSES House Dresses mado of finest Shirting Prints; wero $1.25. $1.20 Dresses mado of light weight Cambrics; were $1.50. $1.60 Houbo Dresses made of genuine Bates Seorsuckors and Percales, reducod from' $2.00. All of theso Dresses aro well made. good styles and perfect fitting and as yon will note, prices are about cost of making, EMBROIDERIES .REDUC the We carry an Immense assortment of finest Sterling Sliver Tubleware of FurTION8 on everjthlng in IMM KID nishings, such as NECKWEAR, REDFERN. AND SILK GLOVES, CORGOSSARD AND WARNERS' of all th SETS. Fine assortment Alall kinds and only the best makes. so Solid and Plated Sliver Holloware anil 1S47 Rogers Plated Forks, Spoons and Knives. We are exclusive agents for John Hoare & Co.'s Cut Glass. All of these lines will be reduced for to select from. ' this sale. Thousands of jards of new Embroideries of eery kind will be offere'l In Skirt Flounthe sale. A few s In fine Swiss ces and Embroidery at prices of ordinary r Embroideries in Swiss, kinds. Baby Irish and Batiste and a handsome assortment of Bands. All of these as welt as the entire line pf staple Edges and Insertion, will be decidedly under price during this sale. h Deml-FIouuceAll-ove. WHITE LINENS. 39c Finest 48 inch French Dress Linen; was 65c. 39c Sheer Linen Lawns; were 50c. 36 inch Irish Linen pur 22 Linen; was 30c. 83c 90 inch Pure Linen Sheetlugr, was $1.00. Pure Linen 3?e 36 inch Lawn; was 50c. ' 32c Fine Huck' for embrdldered Towels: was 40c. Cross-Barre- j4 I o jrffivi ullS A. B. Robertson & Bro Danville, Kentucky. t t C'v i jro- -. V I'HIe0iiOlfl2 0lfit 29KJB FOUR. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. 'i i ' " ' ' r FRIUAV, JUNK 17, 1910. E: C. WALTON WRITES OF NEW HOME FORMER EDITOR OF I. J. (JIVES HIS FIRST IMPRESSIONS OF SOUTHERN METROPOLIS 1 2 FOR SALE barn boxing. I J s-- CLEARANCE Jp t SALE! clearance sale is now in full swing and will be continued until July 1st. All seasonable merchandise marked for immediate clearance at prices to move stock quickly, as we are determined to make this the banner Clearance Sale in our history. All goods haVe been priced with this thought in mind and we can not urge you to strongly to come and take advantage of. this buying opportunity. Our semi-annu- al J J 3 w 2? 5 " It-- Jtt Speaking of papers, there are three great great dallies here, the Consti tution, the Journal and the Georgia The former Is a morning publication and the two latter arc prlntd in the afternoon. They are credits to even this magnificent city and ure most lib0- erally patronized. All are democratic, which suits me In fact republicans are so few and far between hero that, they could not support a publication if they desired. What Negroes get to vote, vote the republican ticket and that Is the strength i0-of that party In Atlanta. 0-We aru greatly pleased with our new home. Wo occupy a modest cottage at 192 Wtnsdor and should a Stanford 0; person, be he white or black, come fi the gate city of the South and not come to see us, we shall consider him bona-fid- e &tit only for treason, strategems and eand spoils and mark him off our list We have met very few people so whose acquaintance 0 wc far but those have been most have formed day. nnd kind. I felt like a stranger ENDS WINTER'S TROUBLE & Messrs Maurice nnd juchard Daugh-ertla a strange land when, after almost Too many winters Is a reason of of Stanford, spent Saturday and Ready-to-We- ar a week's sojourn here, I knew nobody toes nnd Sunday with Krward Singleton. on this street nor even knew who lived trouble. The 0 next door. Am getting acquainted now fingers, chapped bands and lips, chil- John Wilson and family, of Oakdale blains, cold sorr s. red onl rough skin, Tenn., are at tho bedside, or his moth-er- , and before many moons wax and prove this, lint such troubles fly beMrs. Amanda Wilson, who Is !very wane, we all hope to form some fast fore Bucklen's Arnica Salve. A trla' low friendships. convinces. The greatest healer of Mrs. Luvada Burke and Mr, Henry I have not engaged In business yet burns, bolls, piles, cuts, sores, eczo- - Merrltt, of Bananta. and Miss Lydta and do not know that I will before ma nnd sprains. Only 2ftc at Penny's July 1. However, I am open for propBurkett. of Palntsvllle. aro wlta tho Drug Store. family of B. W, May. ositions and am anxious to get out ot Mr. and Mrs. M. A Johnson are Mr. B. p. Qonley. of Prcstonsburg. the loafers' column. These three receiving the congratulations of their stopped over on his way to ChatU-noormonths I have been out of business many upon a 01 seem almost as many years. While son in friends home the arrival ofHo Tenn. Wednesday their Mr. Will Dobbs and family, of Sompossessing no great amount of induserset, are with Mrs. Jeff Hale. try. I am not cut out for a I oarer and makes the third boy In the family Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Ilaughman and Hetdrlx Hayes has accepted- a po010 I wouldn't loaf it t had been. family motored over to Midway In sition In the postolflce at Louisville 01 The political pot is getting warm Mr. Daughmans new Overland car Mr. Harvey Klllson, of Plat Lick, In Atlanta nnd In fact lex- the entire Curtains,Cur-tai- n and spent several days with, relatives wag here last week visiting relatives State of Georgia. County olllcers are to be elected In November and a pri there. and friends. H. H. Singleton and wife wero at mary will be held In this, Fulton coun-tj- , Aug. 27. Gov. Brown's successor COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Kllxlr Springs last week. Mrs, Anna Sorrel, aged 95 years, la Is also to be elected this year find In Lincoln Circuit ourt very 111 at the borne of while no date for the nomination of W. T. Adams' Admr., Plaintiff vs.'W. yJ ' It. B. Sorrel. a democratic candidate for that office T. Adams' Heirs, Defendants. been set, candidates are (rapping has Pursuant to a Judgment In the IN MEMORY OF W. M. SMITH up all over the state. Gov. Drown, above styled case rendered at tho May who, I am told, has made a very ac term. liHO. ol the Lincoln Circuit My dead and stay Is called nway Court, the undersigned Commissioner And I am left alone. will, on Monday, July 11th, 1910. nt 1 My brother, dear, who was so near. o'clock. P. M.. In front of the court Has lied away and gone. hoiue door in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale at public outcry to tho hlgnest Oh, It breaks my heart, 'tis sad to part Then are two forms nf hrwfilv and best bidder, the following dcsclrb With one who was so kind; cleanliness, the external and thi in. ed renl estate: But he. Is gone; In dust ho lays, Ira ternal. The nn- - ; Inr .,. ,.m. :n A tract of land on the waters ot And I am left berlnd. yourself; the other for your life and Cedar Creek, In Lincoln county, Ken Both are important, but of tucky ! health. beginning at a rock on n branch Naught can I find to oaso my ralnd Bourne. Annie McKlnney, Alcorn. county auditor's oltlce, and a resident vast,y mor? importance in the long For Miss Jones an old corner to Wilson Adams, S 42 In things which aro bolow. Derta Jean Penny, Warren, Roberta of this city for years w... be watch W t5 poles to red elm In old Turn Por earth's tolls, did vox ray Joys, O'Bannon, Sallle Tuylor Woods, Suo to Miss Margaret Livingston, daugh- - fLu$ '"U1" -the cleanliness of tha bull line, N 87 B 52 poleh And aggravate my woo. imS4 MARY HIGGINS ENTERTAINS Taylor Engleman, Lettle McRoberts, ter or a Christian minister of Crab Or- twaWnSlt IftS oak. Smith's corner, thence to n whit Smith ami land Mount, of Lancaster, Mary Mc chard. Kentucky. rN AFTERNOON VwenfoTuT f ,& KS 4S K 19 poles to two But I'll prepare, to Josus whero Roberts, Alcorn, of Hustonville, Pux-toAir Leote, who will leave for tho d?s "Jp1 d0 "" naturally, in the process Turnbull line W red oaks and black gum, old Dlshon I'll caso my trobllng heart; Minnie Wood3, Claudia Eaton, home of his brldetobe next Sunday," SbuB,,lnJd "onln.U'kTnd.Vr VTni corner, thence N 42 W 10 polek to n To Christ above, who Is my Oct- of the prettiest social events Mario Mahony, Otter, of Danville, via Harrington was a delegate fromtlleve'Vo'fSr'a'y" love, of the week was the reception given Dolle Denny, Mary b "bfnyouD stone Plummer's corner, N 47 H 'J And my eternal rest. Bruce, Linda Mill- the Sunday fchool of tho Christian wor,f thttn v" th next day. then try a lllao Alary Hlgglns In honor of er, Ellen Dallou, reme,3r ,u" poles to two white oaks In Plunimor's Sophie Saunders, church ot this city and while attend-Jttsn- - lliutha Jones, of Kansas City, line, thence N 29 W 109 poles to a And, oh. '.ast He would send Clara Cooper, MesdatuejL, George II lug the convention nu't Mb. Livings-1,,??- , for me,, S&htiVk&fZ Ae Wis, tlw guest ot Mrs. Grimes. And cull my spirit home; Farrls, Shelton SaUrteySjInry Craig, ton und Thurbday said "It was a case fr- - CaUwell for a free sample. Kttle. stone, comer to ADnms' lot, thence has bce.ii the case at nearly all of the with same N 40 K 23 poles lo u To worlds or rest, among the bfest. Richard Hampton. Xmm'leiWoods Kit- of mutual agreement at once" ? tV". itsotvliomi this season. It was pouring 8 poles to n stone, "Where troubles never come. chen, l. M. McltobertS..' J;a N. Saun- - ter the wedding Mr. and Mrs. Leeto'Trl nreth!v?.?2!i Pfmanntly that It will stone N 21 V dwu r.iia, but this only made the N 17 poles to u stone nnd bowel muscles A Loving Sister. M. H. will leave Immediately for their future win work naturally at certain hour to thence Jaswyltabla homo tho more attractive H 2! near n spring, theiiro S 3 homo here, expecting to be back by Ie5n?. S& "'S Jmsiie with its beautiful decorutl'ins Romantic Courtship many others are doln. They begun with poles to stono on west side of branch WANTS TO HELP SOME ONE. the llrst of July. uf fed' popples and lilies. up branch to a stono on n bank The Times Joins with Mr. Leete s .bottle." and now fully convinced of I?, thence Xeciiflag with tho hostess were the ( WAS THAT OF WESTERN MAN many between road and branch and near Por 31' years J. P. Boydr, of Fer friends In Davenport and thol.r?,e.r.,UA.!h,'ir. nu.U& lyMat of honor, Miss Jones, Miss Let n Muck ouk, theuce S 31 K 21 poles tile. Mo, needed help and couldn't AND KENTUCKY GIRL j. county In wishing the happy couptaj- -J ,;-,- t ih.;v w-njto beginning, containing CI ncrcs find It. That's why ho wants to help tie Ucltoberls, of Lancaster and Miss 'will cure constipation in Its worst 'torn much happiness. Terms Said land will bo sold on u some one now Suffering so lung himMufi Mcfloberts, of Danville. Indigestion, liver trouble. ,lck headache: The Davenport. Wash., Times lias sour stomach and such ailments nnd kita credit of six months, nnd the pur self he feels for T!m illnlnc room was very attract-Ir- this, which all distress from Interesting In connec BANKS ON SURE THING NOW 2ru,n "ntlnuou good health at a very Li canmilons and junk and white tion with the wedding of Miss LivingsI"11' coit. Buch Is tho experience of chiuur will be required to gjve a bond backache, nervousness, Ios of upro-tlte- , ".-- ..j tuii.iiio no mai or Oscar with approved personal surety for Oit- - tattle had a large cut gluts ton and Mr. Loete, which lasHitude took place disorders F. "I'll never be without Dr. Ki " "ul"1". inn . J. airs. Dan f tuv purcuue price, puyauic iu tun He show that nnd l(ldnyBittern work lull jf curutalons, In tho center at Crab Orchard Wednesday alter-uoo- New Ufe I'llls agnln" " Kleclrlc i - co"1'l be named writes A. SihlnIXJihtfal ken und cakes were served pleased Commissioner, the same bearing sU wonders Tor such troubles. 'Flvo beck. 917 Ulm street, Buffalo, N Y to "givevuiuweii personalty advicebeyou may you any medical win per cent Interest from date ut title bottlus," ho wrltos, "wholly cured m (Mtryiiis out tho color scheme of oa -- A romantlo courtship which began "They cured me .v. juurini mmiiy periainins; 10 of chronic constipa- the stomach, liveruror bowels absolutely having the force and effect of a Judg- and now I'm well and hearty." IU oat whlto. at the Christian church Sunday school tion when all others failed." Uneuual-e- free of charge. Kxplaln your rase In a ment, and further secured by Hen on also posltlvoly guaranteed for Liver TbiM present wero Mrs. S. D. Dart convention In Kentucky last October letter and he to you In for blllouwiess, Jaundice, Indiges- For the free will replysimply send detalL aample, your ifer, Miiww Uurch, I locker, Margaret will be closed Juno 23th when Claude tion, Troule, Dyspepsia, blood disorders, a. postal card or the land. headache, chills, malaria and de- name and addrese1 oorequest otherwise. For lthen the doctor's H. II. SAUKLKT, Ifsyper, Sara Baughtnan, Virginia C. Leete, the popular deputy In the bility. 25o at G. L. Penny's female complaints and malaria. Try drug Blort address I; Dr. W n. Caldwell. K.sooCat4. well bulldlna-- . Mont cello. I1L Commissioner Lincoln Circuit Couit them. 50o at Penny's Drug store George D, Florence, Attorney. 0 0 f f 0 i f Remember this is not a sale of just a few selected items priced low to catch reduction the unwary, but a sale throughout the entire store. Most liberal price reductions on all Tailored Suits, Dresses, Dress Skirts, Shirt Waists, Silk Petti- coats and Kimonas. All Dress Goods, Silks, White Goods, Table Linens, Napkins, Towels, Laces, Embroideries, Hosiery. Underwear, Domestics, Notions, Silver, Jewelry Ladies1 Fine Shoes, Lace Nets, Furniture, Carpets, Mattings, Rugs and Linoleums. 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 0 00 0 00 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0v 00 00 0 00 0! 0 00 00 0 00 00 0 0j a 0O 0 00 00 00 0 j,"j 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Atlanta, Oa., Juno In an Interesting IB. K, At(.' lanta to tho Interior Journal Walton writes: If you could letter from Good, dry oak lumber suitable for seo how wo rejoice over tho arrival of tho Interior Jour na! and watch us devour It content you would gather ionic Idea of how wo appreciate tho "cheapest and Inet" and tho Interest we feet In Hod's chosen people, about which It tells Tapers arc not handled with tho samo care and precision that letters aro ami it Is a rare thin? that Tuesdays' pa- per Is delivered to us before Thursday and Friday's beforo Monday. How ever, we can and do get Friday's on Sunday by going to the . It Is a little lato but It is good when it comos nnd there is ' not a line we do not all rend and some- times read over and over. Tim more I see of rural nubtloatlons. tho more I am convinced that tho I. J. Is In a class by Itself. It gives news while It Is ngws and there Is no coloring pub-llcalopost-office- Lumber piled at and Moreland, Ky., at which points we are closing out our operations. For prices and terms write or 'phone Mr. W. T. Earles, Hustonville, Agent, Duhlmeier Brothers, Cincinnati, 0. Mc-Kinn- ey nlout It. tout conn-teou- ceptable nnd satisfactory olllclal, has Waynesburg Maccabees announced ngaln nnd Hoko Smith, hlsi predecessor, nnd whom he defeated for a renomlnaUon, Is being ImporMAKING MANY IMPROVEMENTS. tune! to shy his castor Into tho ring. NEWS OF NEIGHBORHOOD The legislature convenes In n few weeks l be with us $0 days. The MnccabetM of this plucc, bavo Thoro Is talk of nu effort lo roponl tho srewtly Improved their hnll by Installpresent prohibition law, but no one ing new nls, pdlntliig tho walls ond believes tli.it It will be done. The prohibition law Is violated to somo extent coilng and enroling the floor. The I.ndy Maccibees surprised Jlrs. hero but conditions aro so much belter than when snloons wero on every cor Nora Hayes by giving her a dinner ner, that n great majority of Allan- - bofore she left for Iulsvlllo. tans would resent nn effort to restore W. M Smith died nt his homo Wed- them. Atlanta has never enjoyed n more nesdny morning last week, of lung prosperous season than she now does. trouble, aged SS years He had novor More building Is being dnno than ever belonged to any chinch but lived a before and real estate linn ndvanced moral, upright life, and when ho realuntil It Is almost put of the question, ized that tho end was near, said ho except with people of means. A f0x was ready to meet his God. 90 foot lot, with nn old Rev. W. S. Talor filled hi rqgular brick on It. sold for JHW.000 n few appointment at the Baptist church on days ago. Tho business houio on this Satuiday and Sundnj. valuable piece of ground was worth Misses Nellie and l.iura Johnson, probably $3,500. Ground has Just of King's .Mountain, attended teen broken on Marietta street for an hero Saturday nnd Sunday. church bullling, while arrangeother K. C. Jordan was In Somerset last ments are being made for a week. olllco building not far away. They do Krnest Smith came up from Somerthings here nnd the person who first dubbed Atlanta the ' New York of tho set to attend tho burial of his father, South." should receive a chrotno for W. M. Smith. Cyrus Johnson nnd wife of King's his anagoslty. More anon. K. C. WALTON MouUln. attended church hero SunYour friend. and-wiltwo-stor- y y I frost-bitte- 0 i H ft 0 0 00 0 Welsh & Wiseman Co. DANVILLE, KY. Free Remedy For Weak Bowels llfg00000000 000000000000000 000000000000000 aa0000000Q00000000000fefe0e0000g?0?CgTfiV xxtSSrvStTi MctlooTo V- - - lj 2 1 D'aT.dw.'.ruSn &? .Af-tyo;- tu& : oTSR 2 4 V 7-- oUaSVbW I TtAUi "" , e 1 .ii it . -- Vu 1'IUDAY, JLNU 17, 1010, THE INTKftlOR 10UIINAL. VAOK FIVfc i bbibu y&Tmim& mmm. Men's Tan Low Shoes. In Correct Styles nnd Best Qunlity. Kctfulnr $3.00 Shoes nt $1 .05. ( Men's Patent Low Shoes. In High Grade Goods sold nt $1 nnd 85. Tnke nny nt 12.95. Get your 1 to tl. future needs out of this snle mid snvc On Side Mondny 8 A.M. Sf bmla1 tho G,orIoU8 Oourlh In a pair of nargafn Shoes. Wo will eloso out our entire line of Men's Low Shoes In Tan and Patent Leather. These nro tho Ulilwell & Forshelm makes. Nothing better made lo sell at f.ito$S per pair. Wo havn decided to give this space to a different KB Men Men's Bargain Socks. As n flyer to go with these shoe bnrgnins we will sell 150 pairs, Men's Silk Finish Socks, the 19c kind nt 13c per pair or two for 25c. Not ovc 'our pairs to one customer. Ine of good i and you can profit by this sale. They arc on the bargain counter in the center of our store and you can have your choice at $1 9.ri and $2 93. SEVERANCE & SON, Needles. Bobbins and Shuttles fo the poHltlon of local opcrntor In the all sewing machines nt Penny's Drug telephone exchange, Store. Messrs, J. V. Cummins, W, II. vYiir mi, J. V. Ireland nnd Homer V'ray PERSONALS. drove to Wllmoro In Mr. Cummins' K. I Woods Is In St I.ouls thlc big Itegnl car Wednesday night t.i at'week to buy n car load of Western tend a Knights of Pythias celebration. l inures for the mnrlict here. Mrs. J. S Owsley spent sovernl y .timn t.ipnu iiuiizi'iu, nun rcuirnt'ii days with relatives In Lexington, be from n titcasant visit to relatives nt fore leaving lor her old homo In Simp-te1'Arkavllle. county to spend the summer Mrs. W. T. DnvlK, who tins spent Mrs. Mary II. Owens and Mrs C. 11. pome time with her brothers, Messrs. Owens are the guests of friends hero W t and J. .M McCarty, returned bey are tn route from Somerset to yesterday to her home nt Plncvlllc Marylnnd, where they will make their I.. It. CoNey and little con Mrs. J. home In the future. Shelby, of Frankfort, are ruests or Mrs. Minn Drldgewatcr, her son, relatives here. Henry, nnd tils wife, arc) tho guests of .Mrs. C J. Hippie and Miss Jennie Skldmore have returned to Ixindon her brother, "Uncle Hilly" Warren The Christian Kndeavor fcoclot). nft?r a two weeks' visit to homo foUa nnd not the ladles' Aid Society, will here Kobert II Coffey went to l,oulsll'o (i.lerlaln nt the Presbjterlnn tlrrcli Fuiduy evening. for a short visit Wednesday. Harrington, of Miss Dessie Mr. and .Mrs. J K. Coffey, of Middle-burIs l lie guest of Miss Nnnnlo brought their little daughter, MyrUe, to have her ftet treated here Smith. Prof. iSeorgn J. Itamsey, of Danthis week. Miss Stella Itupley has returned ville, was here this week In the si of Central OJnUers'ty. He ai)B Kansas whero she home Olnthe, there are n number of young, meii taught last term. -- Ml Linda Miller Is at home from attending the Stanford High School Knoxvllle, nnd will noon b Joined whom C. U. would like to have next hero by her mother, Mrs. Kate P. term. Mrs. Jones and sot. who have been Tho former will shortly Miller. have for a tour In Kurope this Hum- Msltlng Miss Sara Hnughman, leave returned to their home in Ixiulsv'llo mer Mrs. J. II Gyn and Miss Mattle Miss EUle .Singleton, of Kubank, Is of Paint Lick, are guesta cf Mrs. Uio fiuest of MIsb Satllo Farmer. Mrs. Pearl C. Krcemati has returned Mattle Nevlus. The Young Ladles' Circle of the home from IndliuiapoliM, Ind., where tomorsho has been the guest of Miss Italsy Oiilstlan church will not meet row afternoon but on the first Satur Bhcarln. has accepted day In July. MUs Helen White n "3 n YVy-li- e Stanford, Kentucky. Notes and Accounts Collected. No ( 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 40 0 0 0 0 ' oaoo$ o o oooooo&uuao 0 o o o ofcooon Boys of All Sizes Can find everything they wear at our store. Til iAf. n9 tM v3 i dKW'PJk JtA vl.. Fi - If7! 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 it Mrs. Mary Owens and Mrs. C. !! Short Local News. Owens nnd children, of Danville, nrc guests of Mr. and Mrs. II, C. Wruy Stable for rent Mrs. Mattle D. 'I hoy will leave for llaltlmoro aLout Klrby. July ist to Join Mr. Owens, who lias We collect notes and accounts anywhere in the United States, n poslton with the Callahan Construe N. W. Fowle and S. J. Hell mado a charges unless we collect. Also look after claims of all kinds. tlon Co , of Muryland. flying trip to Liberty Thursday. Kn Bank references. Correspondence solicited. ro.itu Mr. Fowle sold four cars of coal. FOR MRS. EMDRY. For Salt Ilr.ind new Oliver typeMiss Kachel Allison entertained in writer latest model; at a bargain; Ed WOODSON MAY, Mgr.. SI 3 lormauy mil ucligntiully wltb a C. Gaines, Lancaster. bridge party Thursday evening in Our clothes cleaner and repairer Is honor of Mrs, Tnllon Kmbry, the at on duty again ready to wait on the tractive guest of Mrs. A. II, Sever trade. Cummins & Wearen. once, llridge was played until a lute Found Pair of gold rimmed spechour when most appetizing refresh' tacles. Owner can get same by nients were served. Tiiuse present for this ad This office. were Mrs. Kmbry, Mrs. Albert Sever nnce, Mrs. Shelton Sau.ley, Mrs. Clar Mv barbershop will In the future dice Tiit i', Mrs. Milton, of Louisville, be open Sundays till noon. Ed Mrs. W. 11. Shanks, Mines Mur kluson. Kurch, Nell Warren Kstlar llurch and Lost A class pin with letters "N. Linda Miller. E. C. O" Ileward for return to Severance & Son's. SEVENTH BIRTHDAY Spkino cleaners can secure the finest Masted Oatewood I)ealey entertain- pnper in the world to go under carpets, ed a number of his young friends on mattings, etc , at the very lowest price Wednesday afternoon with a ltwn at the Interior Journal office. Also pnity In honor of his seventh birth- lots of nice, clean papers for shelves, day. It was an Ideal afternoon for etc. You will need a pair of light pants this summer, outdoor playing and all the chil.lren have a large assortment of peg tops for the feelingB- Cures dizzy spells, tired hal a delightful time, plavlng gan.es. young men and a regular cut for the stomsch and liver troubles, keeps you iti'frcshmcnta were served and tbn Hollia-ter- 's older men. rwnly little host was beautiful!) re- well all summer. That's what Rocky Mountain Tea will do. Try membered by his many Iriends. It and you will always buy it. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Shugars & Tauner. TO HARNESS DIX RIVER. August 24 three days have been Hon. L. I). Herrlngton and Mr. Geo selected for the dates of the Cus-- y T. Ilogard, of Htcbmond, have been nt County Fair, tays Secretary J. It. the (lllcher House. Mr. Herrlngton Wlupp. Is one of the promoters of the scheme to harness the power of Dlx river. cottage For Sale. protty four-rooThe proposition is to build a great '1 ncres of land with plenty of fruit CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. dam across tho stream and to trans trees. Everj thing in s conpower from It to surround- dition. mit the Situated two miles enst of ing towns to bo used In operating Crab Orchard, on Mt. Vernon pike. electric light ulanU. Danville Advo- -' Price 1650, Katie Slnjpson, Crab Orch mays COLLECTION agency. Somerset, r ... Kentucky. ...Odd Pants... W. E. PERKINS, 2 first-clas- rate ard, Ky A DIG 31-- 4 L i J, I SUCCESS. 'The Face At The Window" in M02.75 for tho Crab Orchard Christian church last week. It was a splendid amateur production. MILD LIQUID CURES ECZEMA. Another stock of buggies received nt W. H. HlgglnH' this week See took .them before ou buy elsewhere room house for sale; comparatively new, in nice residence section, all nucestary outbuildings, n bar-cuApply to Fish &. Pennington. Nice P.TESSFD STANDING SEAM VANIZED ROOFING. I ex L. R. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin GAL- Skin Sufferers! Drop Greasy Salves And Nasty Medicines. That mild, soothing liquid. D. D. 1). Prescription, stops the awful itch with the first drops. A prescription of ac- NEW NECKWEAR We call your nttenrion to our new line of Dutch Collcr3 in stylish effects of a pretty White Lawn with Lace Trimmings. Also a beautiful line of Allover Lace Collars 0 lirgo uantitles Carried In Stoc. EADS' TIN SHOP. Stanford. Phone tn. 0 j. ! if---'- 11 'V M fi 0 0 0 0 OT TTTPC 0 OUl 1 O 0 0 0 from 1$ t0 $25, Shocs' oxfls, sandals and tennis shoes, waists, ties, collars and hose, lints and caps, poros knit union suit, two piece You can dress the boy from head to foot for a small price ITS 0 0 0 0 0 v. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0, 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 :: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Auctioneer. I will conduct any kind of sales in Lincoln and mrroundiug counties. If you want good prices for your land or btook, bee iuu. Stanford, It.O.No 1 M. 11. I will eoudiU't knowledged value. Get a trial bottloat 25c. It will take An Expert's Opinion oi Skin Dis- awav the itch right away and you wil cases sleep soondly. We assure you person-- 1 ally of the merits of this remedy, for jA promint,nt national expert on skin ' we KNOW. Shugars & Tanner. diseases whose name you are familiar "" with, says that in all his scientific ex- a perience he has never found so hard a' PROFESSIONAL AND disease to conquer as eczema. Yet he' S BUSINESS CARDS. does not hesitate to recommend ZEMO J as a most successful remedy for the treatment of Eczema, itching skin disI w. W. DURGIN. eases, dandruff, pimples, blackheads and all other diseases of the skin and DENTIST. scalp. He says that not only do Its cuOffice at Residence. rative qualities make it popular, but alCRAB ORCHARD. KY. so tho fact that it is a clean, liquid remedy for external use. A great improvement over the old style greasy DR. T. W PENNlN'GTON, salves and lotions which are not only Dentist. unpleasant touso but do not destroy the 8:30-1- 2 A. M. and 1 to 4:30 P M. germ life that causes the disease. ZEHours ottlco Myers Houso Flats. Stanford, Ky. MO draws the germs to the surface and destroys them, leaving tho Bkin clear and healthy. Can be used freely on in- N. CRAIG, and Optician fants. G. L. Penny will gladly sup--i '&nOaulUl ply those who call with a free sample . RcRobert' btoro. OMccoverll Stanford, Ky. bottle of ZEMO and a booklet which explains in simple language all about skin disenses and how to cure yourself. at homo with ZEMO. J. 1 CHANDLHR, ' t in I Black and White. Also new Jabots in one,, two and three piece effect, with Cllmy and Imitation baby Irish trimmings I (tlltt''i" HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, L g-- STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Double Your Profits by Using an J etjuip-conve- yor INDIANA SILO. wwww ,. f . tr ay LlKKJ,JrXhco M rC I i) 6L )& & 0 0 0 0 " J JOHNSON. I 0 : Cummins STANFORD, & Wearen, Q . ... Auctioneer. sales in ilus and sur rounding counties. SntUfat'tloii guar- unteod btuninrti, H.u..o l. I! Stock For Sale! mur Imv forwlfn luiy pouiuU Mill. Kiiuml Hint iiili lliu .f ohl itiul Aim Imv unr i.ur l' liixnl wurku wlnri' biiU ludli 6im uUl ,(jrkf Hiiy " HU.U.UU. I 1 KENTUCKY. Undertnker and Embaimor B t,,c 0(ul va,ue com man w,, uscs one Pcr cent' in the shucks, cob. leaves and stalk, 46 per cent in the led by cutting and shocking. iirain, therefore com hand- cent, by putting in the SILO in the field loses 51 per saved by feeding through Ihc 5 per cent, total food value SILO is 93 per cent. half of your feed and have Why continue to waste INDIANA SILO is within Hie When the poor stock? $185 SILO holds ' antccd. reach of all and fully guar feeds 28 cattle six months, nine acres oi corn and ensilage and Also agent for the most and com elevator ments, Cutters, Practical ' : : : and loader. A sk mm i b0OOOOOO000O0000006O0O000 lm uur nciAiiiiNN STANFORD, - KY- llnrilf I'liunr St Hil M, iilib te R. E.GAINES, AGENT -- jacj :,7;;tfai;frrf,iHwtii.rMZY-iiL-JKu- z -- FM racwmwnr- -- pr-. & I Iff .B Ca'V r; I If, 19l0. I'AOK SIX. THK INTKIUOlt .(OUItfJAU a HUDAY. JUNK ll V? 25th Anniversary Celebration Sale ! CHICAGO MEICHANT MAKES STATEMENT. u I After Spending TfaoBMadi of Dollar and Consulting th jfott Eminent Fhyikians, He Wm Desperate, CHICAGO. well-know- n ILLS.-- Mr. pr h Beginning next Saturday morning, June 18th, I will Inaugurate the the greatest arid most sweeping reduction sale of high class wall papers, paints supplies and stationery known to the history of, this locality. This sale will be continued until the entire store Is cleaned Anout of the present stock. It is in celebration of my Twenty-Fiftniversary in the paint and wall paper business in Danville and the culmination of my long desire to see Danville grow to that state where I could afford to carry a stock ot wall papers embracing the most exMountain, Ky. clusive designs of the superior foreign makes as well as the best STRONG EFFORT Fresh Jersey cow for sate. Arthur things produced by domestic manufacturers. In September I will FOR POOL IN GARRARD Hill, Stanford. meet a large number of importers in New York and buy my stock Estbay An aged mare came to ray cirect from the foreign markets. Such a standard has never before ROUSING MEETING OF TOBACCO place May 2.". Owner can get same by been set in a town the size of Danville. My present stock must be paying for this ad. and her keep. Wat GROWERS HELD AT PAINT Geshcm, Moreland. sold. It will be offered at such prices that those not ready for goods LICK 300 ACRES J ere Caldwell bought Inst week a PLEDGED Remember now can afford to buy and hold until they are required. car load ot hogs from Mr Jacob lion-tthat those who come first will get picking choice. Every' article in of tho West Knd. The hogs are to Dispatches to the dally papera from the house has been proportionately reduced. county this weak bo delivered on July 20th, and mil Paint Uck Garrard tell of the progrcs Mhlch Is belni; weigh nt that time about 260 pounds eaoh The price Is cent. Mr lion-tmade In that section toward a Becker, of 134 Van Duren St., wholesale dry goods dealer, states as follows: "I have had catarrh for more than thirty years. Have tried everything on earth and spent thousands of dollar for other medicines and with physicians, without getting any lasting relief, and can say to you that I have found Paruna the only remedy that has cured me permanently. "Peruna has also cured my wife of catarrh. Shealwayskecps It In the house for an attack of cold, which It Invariably cures In a very short time." J. Q. PARMER'S DEPARTMENT. v"nnlrd--- To Itent n farm of about lt0 or 20U acres In Lincoln county. 31-Apply this office. For Sale Ituber port'iblo threshing engine. John II. Anderson II. I). No 4, Stanford. 31 Scsond hand three inch wagon In good shape at a bargain, Penco Urot., Stanford. We have for sale a McCormack bind er that has only been used to cut 40 acres of wheat and is in fine shape. A bargain. Penco Bro., Stanford, For Sale 1U0 foot tobacco bed A I! Kobblntt. Stanford. Phone lO'J-4- . Esfray A little, old, tousle headed sorrel mare with few gray hairs and spots about shoulders and neck, show lng age and hard work. Anyone node ins- such nair will confer a favor on a distracted family by notifying L M. Lawrence by card Wsynosburg Koute 4, or Will Thompson by phone. Kings 3 Mwr i?.:"e-.r.- aT... .." aTarararam z iev::v; i i '7;i:i v aaat'I'W J .'.. m.w :ftK . Z 127772K ie'BB '''X ?- ah: - :. Sift as ..: i. - A new and up.t0-c.nt- c .:- with them, you should wear a nice pair of the "Crossctt" Oxford Also Lndies' Oxfords, Vlci Kid, Pm'. ent Leather and Swede. trousers and to ninke you look line of odd well-dress- ."all :.- .:: " '. ftVa "Clothing. When you buy cloth from us. you can rest assured l nt you are in perfect style. Our hnt department ,s now more complete than ever. We have to show you the new Milnn Straw Yacht nnd Panama Call around before you buy. 99 - .T ,c estab-llshlu- g a a fiMitlioM for the pool ot the SOME PRICES. Wall Papers that sold at 7c and 10c a roll are offered .ceiling to match at the same prices. at Qr. and 15c paper at per roll 20c and 25c paper at per roll 30c and 50c paper at per roll 40c and 60c paper at per roll 60c and 70c paper at per roll 75c and 81.00 paper at per roll 10c ' J' V, . -' .....)........, , - tr Durley Tobacco Scclety. The disS cents and the July delivery at patch reads: cents. Danville Advocate A7 Paint Lick Ky., June 13. t oonMiin&l Jl utM m' i tint border and rousing Joint meeting In behalf v M IWUIWI 111 4 (to .Madison and Garrard county tobacco 0OPli'CO V AUKall.? fJ ql uwln growers was held here In tho Interest n lo MJVlin. antMnm pal npnotf (WJ inU!P una inn Kp of the Hurley Tobacco Society poo" rut pg Iiiiwibi 1 ,,,, I sn4j 'v' N0SV31D 'M v A large number of fanners were in atm n i mii "it v 1 tendance. The meeting was railed t MM1 in in ikiqiuwiiu j)oxi iv aioatf pal ol uuiq Dl XWL by Dr. Anion, of Uincatttor order Trt.O H11T3 .THIt "1 1MTO 9M j and was presided over by Dr. Amon iiiu piiH1 iH pWIU 1l)IVTirwl(tilt UHTIO 10 3NO iKIUUXfllt qiN jo xOC nud .Mr. Jesse Cobb, ot Illchmond.rep-sentln- g jo am pa n i(Blwo tn "opWL Pi" iUD p W lwi id bub Jo n ttviH has nlso sold 60 lambs for June Tho June dellxery goes at ISAM ?:: 5 y. STANFORD, KY. ROBINSON, 1 mmmrnwmMmmm mmmmmmmmmmmm m Get My Price On (r . : Ofl ZUC ZDC nr. qa. . - OUC .Madison county. .Mr. Bradley Wilson .manager of the pooling campaign in this district was the principal speaker. In a clear, forcible and eloquent address ho thoroughly outlined the pooling proposi Juiop khom n q im HKiiu f m I m A 10 iwrou 40 i3 uu "3 " r J pri wvn j omo a situ House Paint, Screen Wire Cloth, Cultivators, Hoes and and other farming implements. ! 200,000 Feet of Lumber At The Right Prices. v ( I have 200,000 feet of lumber About three hundred acres of toothbacco was pledged by Independent suitable for tobacco barns and er building purposes ut reasonable growers, who had never before been me or write me for members of the pool, composing prices. Call on prices and tell me what you want, many of the largest growers of Dur We have a large lot of solid color paper in most all of and I can suit you. ley tobacco ot this section. the shades, at per roll WALKER OWENS. So apparent was the pooling sentl Pongo. Ky. These goods originally sold at from 20c to 30c a roll. Borders to ment that Mr. It. N Ileasley, a buyer Vernon match all these papers. We also have a large quantity of fine wall for the American Tobacco Company, Shipping Point Mt papers in small lots at lc and 2c a roll. All of this stock is first-clasand a man who hasVcffectlvely fought lion. 5 CENTS; REMARKABLE OFFER. 5c I m L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. If you h.tvo anything in the Ut m, s, new and for, the past several and will not go out of style. If you do not care to the said paper at once, buy now and save big interest on the investment. "It is so plain to me that everyone up-to-d- ye.-.- rs WRITING PAPER AND TABLETS. Our stock of boxed writing paper which sold at 15c and 20c, is offered 5a this sale at 5c and 10c. Tablets at 5c and 10c that sold from 10c to ;30c. Sale Begins Next Saturday Morning, June 18th. PAINTS AND COLORS. s We 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 5c a can. Umbers yellows, blacks, and greens. The pound cans originally sold at 20c. We will offer everything in mixed paints, varnishes stains, Jap-a-la- c and supplies In this sale. Window glass in all sizes at special reductions. WINDOW SHADES. IT this section is In favor of the pool this year that I am going to follow my neighbors." Mr. Deasley pooled his crop of about fifteen acres and also took the solicitor's book and agreed to Induce all he could to sign. Mr. Deasley was of the opinion that at least one thousand acres would bi pledged Immediately In the vicinity of Paint Uck. During the meeting Mr. Wilson pledged the organization to build a receiving house at Paint Lick large enough to accommodate all tobacco pooled and delivered at this point. After the meeting In an Interviu.. Mr. Wilson said: "I am firmly of the opinion that enough tobacco will be pooled In a faw days to justify the erection of a receiving house at this point." Tho meeting adjourned amid good feeling and enthusiasm and with that another meeting would bo held here Saturday June 25, at ' o'clock arid at Lancaster Mono'clock. day, Juno 27, at Mr. Wilson will continue tho campaign throughout Madison county this week, holding schoolhouse meetings ter which ho will go to Lancaster and make a complete canvuss ot Uarraril and every precinct In the county, In TFiVelHfc STOCK Talco to LINE Nunnelley's New Stock Yards, Ho luyand sel every day in tho YOUR WATER BOILER will have a great deal ot use on 'he Fourth . After celebrjtlng everybody will want hot water to wash off the eed and water bit covered penn, outiido of Louiiville or Lexington. grime and smell of burnt powder STANFORD, KY. We alw do a general hitch and feed busineM. us look yours oer to Better ha make Bure It Is all right. Aud while V. L. M'CARTY.Pm. E. C. WALTON', L. U. IIUOHIi.S. AT e are about suppose we take a Ic.k at ull your plumbing. 5T year except Sunday. Bring your stnek. J)wt market in the Htatc with plenty pf on W. K. WARNER, Phone 88. 1 Stanford, Ky. Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford. Kentuokr. In Re Buna Vista Compton on Ap plication for Pardon. dow tenting a M. Kfitence in Inq Sate penitca-tiu- y t FriAttHl. Ky.. unJer chuse of hoiue L..I!.. Iiawini, i.w .nn.iHi.1 in It... Ijnrolfl Circuit Court will on the third dy of June, IVIU make iplKuoa lo ine govaaoi oi ine commonwealth to pardon aaid Coropton and re- Iok him irom cuilody. I nu ine mn aay m May 1910. Fartm and Town Pmj)erty Ifandldl on Commimion. Stock and Bondi If ou Have Projierty to Sell or Rent Notify Us. Sold. Write for Circular to L. R. HUGHES. Secretary, Stanford. Ky. 5 ak a t 25.4 W. V. WIUUNSUN We have a large stock of window shades tdat we are closing out BELOW COST. This sale is not a cost sale. All these goods are being sold far below COST. We decided that the best plan to clean our store quick Is to put the prices down to the lowest possible margin regardless )f cost. Mini BRING YOUR HORSE ALONG Barn Lumber For Sale! 120.000 feet of Boxing. Sheeting and Frame Lumber for Barn Patterns, which I will sell for cash or trade for Corn. Hay or good Horses and Mules. Prices on tills very reasonable, for I want to sell. Write me at once. Respectfully, C. J. Siprxc London, Ky. OVERLAND CAR t Is Its Simplicity The Winning Feature of The I. i E. GiyyOOS, Paints. biturts Tebacca and Tobacco arm. Nothing But Insurance Anyone Can Learn to Run it For it Operates on Only Three Gears. T Il's t,,e Auto tor al the Family for any Girl or Woman can Run It as Easily as a Man. Just Let us Prove this to You. ak. Jesse and look at tho latest In harness, lie will approve of It as well an you. Our stork of saddles are strong and well made, and as for whips. 11 D. Wearen, W Tiu Insurance Mau, Wall Pape- r- Haiti Street, Ua. nUlenctt Ptionu Ut omo, M. Insure with me aud bo full protected. STANFORD. KY. Ja y nets, quan- Danville, - Kentucky. J. blankets, etc, we have endless tities and qualities to suit all tastes. D. CARTER, B. New Llverw. TAN FOND, KENTUCKY. C.P.Cecil. Walter Dunn w ft w acentI Phone us For C. Mtt.MIY. Stanfenl, Ky. Depot Street, Phone 00. rrcc xycinuii5irauon, Uanviue, l.y, 2 5 j