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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1 a THEINTERIOR JOURNALL IfIJ VOLUME XXXVII STANFORD I LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY TUESDAY JUNE 21st 1910 NO 3t ADMITS McCRElY CAN NOT BEHEADS- TRONGJOHNSON SUPPORTER 1CONCEDES STRENGTH OF MADISON MAN Robert H Coffey has Just returned from a several days stny in touIS1 ville whero lie met n number of poll UclnnH from over tho State at tiio fieuldnch Hotel and among them Has ere Jute private Secretary to Con- Gressman lien Johnson who is a can didate for governor Mr Coffoy alto met former Representative W D Claybrookc of Springfield Washing ton county In the heart of the Fourth Congressman Johnsons district Mr told him that while he wng 4Claybrook for Johnson for anything want aadbopcd to BCO him nominated for gqvcrnor still ho I had been over the State enough and felt the sentiment of DemocrnUt suf llclently to know that If S James B McCreary roado tha natorI fur Governor It would be nil with Johnson and all other cundldntca for Governor Close frlendi of Senator McCreary have known positively for totuo time that ho will become a candidate at 1 the right time but considers It a lit tie too soon to make a UnMooled an nouncement at this time Word came from Richmond Saturday however that Senator McCreary will return homo today and formally open hla niodfjuarters engage secretaries and stenographers and begin hilt nctlvo campaign It Is said that Senator Mo Creary will make visits all aver Uie Htnte for the purpose of meeting his frost of former friends and meeting new one and getting In touch with the thousands who have been tinting bm to accept the leadership of the patty again In the coming Kbetna torlal campaigny I Lancaster Messrs C D Powell sod II C Hamilton made a stay of hovtrnl days In Louisville Circuit court convened hfu Uauduy with Judge M 0 sanne of tnntord v wearing the ermine graoe1ugy lOlr John B Storms long storobus remodeled with Its hand + an It t Lraken frontand bcaul uT1tiii3or Mrs Hlbert Smith and cbllJrru of Jeltlco Tenn are hero for a viSit to benator and Mrs Geo T Farrlt tTho Industrious hullo of tha flap list church bad a pie salt Saturday afternoon and realized fg liy their ef 1forts Robinson dlod at iu homo at Cnrtcrsvllle In upper Gnrrrinl af J ter n lingering lllnoas of lutrctilo I He in survived by n wife and two rhll I I Iron Dr Wm HurnottMrtf tlmiioil nnd llltlfe daughter CiiMlo May and Mr i kittle Durnctt of Lebanon suave this r week for a visit to relatives In Inxlng 4ion Loulsvlllo and Shelbyvtllw ors J F Cummins and nttwt MiM Ida Puttus ot Stanford the Muse Francis Miss Porter Scott IJudmn and little Ranks Hudson fornieii nn auto party that wont to Loxiuglti Suu dayMrs Sarah BrooUs aril im i ltnr Miss Molllo Urooks of Crab Orchard wire Miss Ilella AruoMu brash Sat urday Miss Martha Kavanaugh ono of this years street girl graduatus llPbd At lIQmotoher friends Thursday evening at the handsome cpuntry homo cfbvr parents Mr and Mjs A W Kavanaugh she attractive little Mill lnrjorle Dalton of Stanford Is hero tbr1 pro- tractedj visit to her cousins theMiBscs ArnoldL Mamlo i Boutin Is lu Crab Orch ard for a visit to Misses Pe irl and Clara Collier- NightI riders are at worV In thla I county destroying some of the tooiccb beds Mr Wiley DIshon ol thv I Sweeney neighborhood had tho misfor tune to have a largo tobacco hob stripped U is certainly hoped miscreants I wilt be found out and severely punish I ed by law Mrs Joe Falconer and two bright little sons of Mlddlcsboro are guests j ot Mrs Jennie West l Mr and Mrs Gabriel Galnus of lira H M I Oklahoma are guests of Bnllou Mr J P Cummins and nlqce alas IIIlia Iettus of Stanford lire ifclUJtB1 ct Misses Lucy and 1ommle Francis Mr and Mrs J W Francis and lit Francis have takeDoty tlo son Louis en rooms with Mrs Annoy Singleton on Lexington Street James I Hamilton sold a fine sad x die horse to Squire Jim Bourn for 4D5u j IGARRARDS I GRANDOLD JCHN Y LEAVELL ASSES AWAY SUDDENLY OF H ART DIS EASEOTHER NEWO LancastcrJuno 20 JJr John Y Leavcll ononf Our rard s most venerable cltliujrui died nulte suddenly of heart dlsoasrSntur day night at the homo of his son Mr Ayers Leaven near Point Leavcll Lost March bo celebrated his 93d birthday and then seemed In compara tively good health for a mm of his Alt un1 fnany were the good wishes expressed That be would live manr yearn more- Scarcely a year ago a favorite and dearly beloved daughter fUN 1lrll Alux Doty and this was n erctt blow to the aged father Tho burial WM Monday altornoon In the Lancaster cemetery The fol liwjng children mourn his death A D 1 roll Walker iavoll TtiJ Jbelle L nTcll and Mrs John 1rncTL of this city Mrs Robert Armstrong of IVjnVfort Mrs Jasper DoIt of K0n burg Indiana and MrJohn Itmvell ot Pecos Texas The deceased was one of the organ l7ors of tho National Hank of Lanes ter and was its proeldent from 1870 tlU 1572 ho was in the early days nn old lino WUlR but being n southern sympathU er has over Since the war ban a ntutlnch domotrat He wAs n man of remarkably well prosorwil physical and mortal powers and haJ the un ubual distinction of bavin llvid to IttIloon generations liavlUK had dis met recollection of big grout Brand father mill ho himself having been n prtOtgrnndalro Mason Whcolor aged 13 die on Friday of blood poison at the homo of his parents Mn and Mrs John Wheeler at Nina The boy 6 death was the result of an Injury ro ofclved several weeks ago Tho In lirrmont was in the Lancaster come tery Saturday- Prot J W Ireland Dr M M fhllllps and Russell Drown of Stan ford witnessed the base ball Ram tutwten Clio Lancuator Independ its nud the JUchmoud Tlpt toans Friday afbrnoon Attorney J E Jlpblnnou bold a hand tome farm moan Uie Hlastt otJlryjipts vllle to G W fori tl00 The tract contntniHljilTs ncres Miss LoulsVnulImaa htiH held rulte a lucr Uvq position lu ono of thQdtygqhpois in St howls for soy oral years past is expected here to day to spend thq vacation wtth her mother Mrs Emma G Kauffiunn Misses Margaret and loan Mount tiiteitalnod at oordn in honor of Jilss Margaret Clarke of Clnalnnntl the guests of the Misses Gill Quito a unraber partook ot the hospitality rof thi fair hostess Mrs James Hamilton bqt lt jitfhic registered Shetland pony from Mr Jeff Dunn of Luxlngton for iai The pony was n present for her nephew James I Hamilton Jr V Mrs Henry aiuipaoB 1lj eydppph ter Elizabeth Logan Slnu tIHRre relatives In Winchester home from a visit to and Lexington Misses Eliza Smith of this city SuMo Brashear of Cynthlaua Miss ilabel Mason of Richmond and Miss Uuttlo Robinson of Campbellsville leave this week to take a course at the Knoxvllle Tenn Summer school This Quartette of teachers are a part of the faculty of the Lancaster Grad ed school ASKS WOMEN TO I COME BARHEADED EVANGELIST DANIEL PREACHING TO LARGE CROWDS AT DAP t TIST CHURCH Evangelist J H Daniel of Texas Is preaching to large corrugations dully and nightly at tho tiaptUt church where revival service HTO being herd Mr Daniel Is a speak of power and filled with the word aid moreover Is not afraid to uny Just what bo thinks licfore his sermon on Sunday morn Ing ho requested all tho ladles not to weir their hale to church He said that ho wanted to look everyone In the face and wanted all his hnrrst- o see him but that on account ot large headgear othe women very few mon could see him Ho also requests no one to tell him of nay meaness that anyone In tnwn- Is guilty of He said ha only nantnd to know tho good things of tho peo plo but would like to know who the unconverted and non church nieny him were no that be could personal ly pray for them He declared in his sermon that he hoped Jo l would tan the people of Stanford from tin foul tongues that speak evil nnd slanders of their neighbors when they dont know what theyre talking abtullHe said that he wanted to meet everyone go home with them look ham In the eyes across tha dining table and pat their dogs on the he3IIJ Ht took an his text Sunday morning loll so loved the world that he KIV HIM only begotten Sou that wnos oever U sieved In Htm should not xrlsli l ut have everlasting life Burned To Death QARRARD COUNTY BAOY MEETS FEARFUL FATE The dwelling of Mr Charles DllUon oa Fall Lick pike In Garrard county and all the cpnlents were d sJfJtI y Are and his HtUe twoyear old son BJ badly burned that tenth n stiltod a fuv hours later Mr Dllllon and little son worn bleeping in an upstairs room while hlswifo and another child ire 4ldJJtv 1J stairs Mrs Dllllon being ill nt the time When he was awakened by the lire ho became frightened and rim down stairs to awaken aU sick rlft and when ho returned tho little hoy vas found to be so badly pureed tlfat tleuth followed soon There was in trance of JCOO on the house Mrs Cochran SUCCUMBS TO STROKE OF APOPLEXY IN LEXINGTON Mrs Mary J Cochran widow of Samuel Cochran died suddenly of apo l lwty Monday evening about 7 oclock In Lexington For many years she Iud successfully taught school In illf refit parts of Lincoln county hut Ubr health falling she was compelled to fclvo up her work Mrs Cochntn II survived by three brothers Mwsrs T D and O P Nowland of this COlin ty mid Joseph Nowland of Missouri After funeral services at tho Thom of T D Nowland on Somerset St UK remains of tho good Christian woman were laid to rest in Buffalo Cemetery Wednesday morning at 0 oclockI Misses Nannie TJ Herring and Djj ST sle Drown left Sunday for avlalt to friends in Hustonvllle Mrs Hugh Hcmphlll has returned to her homo In Nlcholasvllle after a visit to Mr and Mrs W A Arnold James I Hamilton sold 45 acqs of land at Judsonto John Simpson Quito a veil to do farmer of for coo1te Methodist church has been much Improved by a fresh coat of Vulnt upon the walls and a handsome now carpet on tho floor t The Lancaster Independents and the Hichmond first team crossed Lata Frldayatternoon at tho athletic pant and the score stood 9 to 1 In fuvor of Lancaster Tho Lancaster latteries were Edwarda and Broad dus Richmond C Parks and Winkle lilts Lancaster 12 Richmond J C The kitting of Holcomb was a apcohl Ia lure 4 hits out of file times up and the tho batting and boso rumiins of Mount was flno There are several murder uses for thl term of court ono of which Is the Major case called Monday another the case of Mark Jennings for killing u egro at Bryantsvlllo t IA Rising Young Physician r c I DR BENJAMIN UNDERWOOD The above fs the picture of one of the most prominent and promising young physicians who has gone from this section of the country in years Ho is a son of Mrs JoattersOIi Under wood In the Hcdgevlllo section of Roylo county He has just com pleted his tmecjlcal course In the South western Homeopathic Medical College nt LoulsvlHe Because of his xcel ent work and splendid nttai nlelltJ Uie fact ltyof his alma mater deeniid him worth of appointment as interne IIt the Louisville City hospital 1bero- IIi will serve for one year and have rare and unusual opportunity fur still further perfecting himself for bit life workIlls many Lincoln county friends and relatives will learn of his splen did success with much pleasure Struck By Lightning A1 F KILY IN FRYING PAN BEND BADLY ifUjRTr Lightning struck the reslknce of George hell and his eon CyrtH nn Dlx rjver Jn BdyFe county during the ftoini SU dMrl Harry real hit daughter who was in the lumso at the time as dangerously injures It Mill and the other members of the- Camlly weie badly shocked Tho chimney of UH house wax wrocktrt Iiy thi bolt and too house had a narrow escape from being set on fire and turned Nay the 13yearold daughter of Mr Den Is said to have been knock ed unconscious by the shook Mexican Veteran PASSES TO HIS REWARD IN BOYLE COUNTY Mr William Wade thb last Mixl can veteran in Boyle county died lit hU home at Perryvlllo last Friday njgljt at 1 ooloclu Until a few hours before his death ho had been enjoying comparatively K od health Only two weeks 111- 0be was In Danville mingling with od friends nnd appeared to DO tOry nc tlvt Some days ago he nlclvcd a little scratch on his thumb and blood Manning leveloped as u result Lit tl attention was paid to the all lie lion until Friday when Mr Wade suddenly became vejy il and grad ally grew gorse until death rc Jlvvcd him He was eightyfour years 1 of ago and one ofthil best know n nnd most highly respected od gentle men of the West End of Doylo count Moreland Mrs Charles Henry of MilleJgevillo dlml of consumption aged about PO Mrs Augden Bridgewater an old resilience of this place but now of Iilrruingbam Ala and dauijhterJn law are vlslUng friends hero Mr and Mrs J M Evans wear hero visited Miss Lou Cook o Porryvllle luvt week Stock shippers are busy gatherix ppriut lambs and shipping them to Cincinnati paying from 7 to 7 l2c per iiound McCormick Rifle Tucker ihlppcd a car of fat hogs they pair on an average of 8 12c io pound Tobacco growers are busy setting Mit the largest crop of tobacco ever In West Lincoln County flume is a great deal of cpmplalut of plants not large enough on account of void backward weather Thn flank of Moreland declared a dividend of 6 per cent and carried J22C35 totiiq surplus fundMesson- r i ANOTHER BLOODY I BATTLE IN GARRARD ONE MAN WILL DIE AND OTHERS ARE HURTLATE LANCAS TER NEWS Lancaster Tune 20 As the result of a battle with shotguns and pistols at Oartorsi vllle in Garrard county late FrhJay afternoon ono man was itnlly wounded two others may die and another man Is badly hurt but will recoverLink Lakes was shot twentyone times and cannot recover Three buckshot entered his head and one passed through one lung It is not ue ileved be can live long Curtis Wool vine was shot five times and his son Klrkden Woolvlne was shot twice It ia thought both will die Leonard Van Winkle was shot three times but it Is thought he will recoverTwelve men took part in the af fray and all used shotguns or pistols Lakes was tho only man on his side to be Injured All the oth ers were members of tho opposing side The tight was the result of an old grudge It is said nnd when the men met the trouble came on with a rush Turnersville The Christian Endeavor Society will give nn ice cream supper at the school house on Friday night June 24 for the purpose of buying rant books Carpenters and painters ore kept busy in this community Cris Caraenlsch and J W reek are ire building two nice residences and John Moser and Ed Martin are navlng theirs painted David Allen of Hustonvllle was In this sectlonlast week buying hmbs at a fancy price Tobacco setting Is abot fiver nod the weeds are taking possession of the corn Key J W Whitehead flllil his ap pointment at the Christian church Sunday Two dogs made a raid In 0m Me Cormacks sheep last vrttdk and one lamb wee killed andI ficreral F- Irs oth badly frightened A heavy rain and hailstorm urnuKd the citizens of this community Wed in i ay night The hall was us aro a birds egg but it did ntt mtirn damage O W Lunsford sold some cattle to 11 1t Holtzclaw at 41 cents Logan Moser and family of Ham ton 0 came down Sunday vj the excursion to spend a week with rela tives here Mr nnd Mrs Paris Vaught are visit ln her brother Robert Hobble Miss Eva Moser visited her cousin Walter Moser Sunday Miss nettle Royalty of Yosemlte sjent last week with friends hero Miss Pearl MeKlnsly or Somerset will arrive hero next wee to spend n few days with her aunt Mrs John user Miss Gcorgle Jcncson and Miss Sue Dolllns went to Hustonvmcv to visit frlende- Mrs RofilaLunsford and Mrs Francis Lunsford are visiting relaUveslti CrabOrchard Thrilling Ride OF FOUR STATES EXECUTIVES DURING ELECTRIC STORM An automobllo in whlca rode lova Iladley of Missouri Sloano ot Ari zona Ansel of South Carolina and WHson of Kentuckynnd Mrs Hauls and Mrs Wilson made a thrilling trip from Versailles to Frankfort Sunday evening in a heavy thunder and rain htorm Twice lightning struck within a few test of the speeding machine t once throwing sparks over the occu s rants of the car when a railroad rail was hit- They hadkbecn in Lexington and Fy Ctte county for tho day and spout n good portion of their time at Elmtn dorf and Castlotoneatirig lunch at the latlcr place They stafted home about S oclock and just outside of Versailles were struck by the storm FOR SALE A good carpet and few othvr house bold articles Apply at College 1 CUPIDS DARTSI BOMIHOODFAULCONER NUPI lAl ATT JUNCTION CITY OTHErt LATE NEWS 2uiMisss place but lately of Lexington and1st Graver Zetelle Faulconer or Lwos ten were united In marrlaiw aVttt home of the brides sister MM L itSneeney at this place on Weduwitob afternoon at 330 oclock by ilovWT 9ntt Montgomery of Moreland Mtamc Ruth McCollum and Mary aiiii Sweeney were the flower girls Vat J D Shelby and Mrs C S Ljzx flayed the wedding marches WJOBB were about forty Invited fritnils gm ent who presented the happyocetlec- with many costly and usefu jir c jusc Mr and Mrs Faulconer left an ariira tended bridal tour through the 1tfa L and Will be at home In Lexington safe er July 15th- Record Keeper G A Dunn ol ripe K 0 T M tent No 6 tells u11kd1 the claim of tho widow of Mr Jas Iigg who died ten days ago has fcbu paid promptly There are 85 iniiuknnn of this tent here Rev Summers Sr father of thefl1l tor of the Baptist church filled Ink Boils pulpit Sunday Among those from a distance 111t5 ent at the HoodFaulconer weddig were Miss Jessie Roberta of Lcxe ton Miss Mary Rout and Jesse dire of Moreland Mr and Mru PowellaaJJ Mr RIffe of Hustonvllle and lick Harbison of Danville Mrs F L Crum of Smiths HusitM College ot Lexington Is now twite keeper for Shelby Sweeneys rJbtrfl tale house His home is at Port Hr posit La Mrs Mabel Wright Bond and teeny of Tulsa Okla are gueslsofrelatieww- ere Worn to Mr and Mrs 1JQbreath a fine girl arid to Atf ha l XK Gtorge McCowan a handsome soot Mrl Ormond Sr Is xeportedUoGko Very 111 Mr and Mrs Rlcharil lITWClt4- shattanooga Teun ore the Fueara tC Mrs Ed Needham t Misses Edna Gllllland sand fflOMii cClarkson went to JIarrodsbun Tttttgr ii take the examination for teaesitloth attended the Richmond NormO ibis spring Mr Clem Phillips the mall rum between Shelby and Junction lifl lini n soft drink stand in too did Wf bor House in Shelby City The new Trlbblo House will IVi ready for the tin roof by June 23 1i1tJ lumber for the framing comes JTOBI the saw mill of Mr George SbOlsx The pine and chestnut from the r1J ihelby yard Arcadia Ur Winston Phillips formely tt Moreland now jot thlSjplaco hitsjwit bought the E BSweeney lot eaL tf tho Presbyterian church and is vaM lug a onestory bungalow withtcrtte and rock foundation It wif4sl occupied by our genial banker Whr- Wticueri and family Born on Sunday June 19 to lfr3Ct- Irs Ernest Gibson a line baby The measles have been quite 8nlent In this neck of the woods focrttas pat month till nearly every Jlltle Sit low has had them No cases Jiavcofc suited seriously Miss Laura Kelly Is visltinrherJsr tcr Miss Viola Roberts at BrodhczJL Mrs Hay of Danville spout a jwudtt daughter lrL V Klately with her Joues The storm Sunday night burnwJ ftseveral telephones here Born on Monday the lOth tQ nrc and Mrs E L Grubbs a Jlno tcn tbaby girl named Caroline tjttstwj child tnica A are This is their llftli anMtwohrlS in all f X Mrs Rachel Duck baa gonelaistsi- nter on a visit to relatives TO MAMMOTH CAVE July 20th from Stanford anfi ad regular morning Ssaaea WilY stations on a great three days outluK forrq IT I12C5 This will Include the rUrauU fare also board at Cave HotJlaN3 several routes In 3tclulsslon to the caVe Seo large bills and L k JEL entIblIf you are not satlslled alUjruKsr according to directions two thirw ffi a bottle of Chamberlnlus HUjnzwfii and Liver Tablets you can hwreavtr money back The tablets clcaoafaaM invigorate the stomach lmprova digestion regulate the bowels GNyK- Im a trial and get well Sold 1Irr to Penny I lAQISlW9 THE INTERIOR JOURNAl TUESDAY JUNE 2Ut 1110 IB INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872 tEVSRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY AtiM Per Year in Advance SH ELTON SAUFLEY Publlshtr + Entered at the Post Office at Stan iftKil Ky as Second Class mall it la to bo hoped the man under surveillance in Houston Texas Is Joseph Vendllng the fiend who as saultQd and murdered little Alma Koiner Jn Louisville last December There does not seem to be a nouht that YVendJing la the murderer but Is yet to bo shown whether he has ben Jocatgd lf he has and the people of Jefferson county allow tho law to take tis course when he IB returned to the secneof his hideous crime It will show ttbat they are law abiding to a certainty and that their patience has trot yet ceased to be a vivlure we lavo never been an adrocnto of lynch lavnnd do not favor It even now but if thareeyer was cast lit for hang lag without Jjlal It Is tho one which now confronts tho borrow stricken popujace of Louisville and JefVraon county E41Ur jCbartfis S Harris of that good paper The Adair County New xjjjects because some of the country editors criticise the brand of Louis1- isvllje Democracy So far as we have noticed the onlyobjeetlons the country noys have mentioned are that number of the JUnilnvJlle democrats leaders are molnqd to jcgard the party cloalc as simply to be put on and oft at their cwn pleasure refusing to get into the band wagon unless they can do the rlvUg Witness Whallens contri bution toUie Taft Campaign fund and Wcijeron and his henchmens figs against jlc khan for United Stated Senator No critics have been found Ior te tank and file of the party In the fifth district the trouble be lag that they are not always win In the choice of leaders 11 o hope by the this reaches or rgadgra to be enjoying the pleas sure of the Kentucky Press Associa lion electing at Mlddlesboro Wlta our troubles in getting new machinery t cry installed and properly started we bulleye that no one will begrudge us- a tow days rest During our abstnce the paper wilt be in charge of Rowan Baufley In the congressional primary in the Siuh Dlatrlct Arthur D Rouse of Boone county donated Connor Con fTSresnian D Linn Gooch for the Demo frnilf nomination by about 3003 ma jority We enjoy a personal acfjuain taucv with Mr Howe who t u splen diet young man asd a dtprliu riot trait Tbe democrats or tin SiMii have chosen wisely for a sacssor to Nt L Rhlnock Bowling Green Is up to tts neiii in the hottest kind of prohibition fight Thi city Is now dry and will soon vein on the question as to whether it is better to sell It undr license or throucU blind tigers The way the law is eii forced in most of the dry towns oi the State thats what the question really amounts to Roosevelt was given a royal ovation when he landed at New York on Batur day He declared that he will not cllRcuB8 politics for some time to come and any Interviews purporting to come from him on the subject are fakes vibe and simple Gov oafCalifornia U evl famoustizqrs The latters a Rood advertiser Maybe they are akin WATTERSONSr PAPER i WeeklyCourierJourna AND The Interior Journal SOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people to the United States have not beard ot the CourierJournal Democratic Jn all things fair in all things clean in all thlng it ti essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to of tfer the WEEKLY OOOBIKBOOBNAL one tear aDd this paper for the price named bon Bend your inbscrlptlon for the com btaatloe to usnot to the Courier Jofr Respected Citizen LOST TO COUNTY WHEN SQUIRE BLANKENSHIP DIED Lincoln county lost one of her most respected and substantial citl ns when Squire Thomas Shelton riau kenshlp passed away at his homo near Crab Orchard a few days ago Nearly all of his long life was spell In this community and he was belo ed and honored by all Squire Dlankenshlp was born near Somerset Pulaski county and at an early age moved to the eastern end of Lincoln A young man wh n the Civil War broke out together with his rive brothers he enlisted on the Union side and served with honor throughout the war He enlisted at Somerset on December 1 1SB1 and became a Corporal In G W Ri hard tons Company G of the 19th Ken tuck Regiment He was given his honorable discharge January 21 JSiio at Baton Rouge Louisiana Saulre lUankenshlp is survived by his wife and six children i s follows Mrs Jasper Stringer of Point Isabel Ind Mrs Pedro Green ot Highland this county Charles Ulankcnship of Indianapolis Roscoe Blankrmhlt who Is a member of the Coast Ar tlituy at Fort Mott New Jersey and lames and Arthur Blankemshlp who itside with their mother at tau old home His brother J M Ulanken ship and two sisters Mm David Noaks and Mrs Elizabeth Jackson of Garrard survive him also He was a life long member of the Baptist church and went to his reo wend full or confidence of having fought a good fight for the master lie was in his 74th earI EXCURSRNLo CINCINNATI AND RETURN SUNDAY JULY3rd rSPECIAL TRAINL- v Junction City 556 A M ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS THE FOURTH IS A BAD UA r for the man without Insurance Kvery time a rocket burst over his house he has heart disease li you arenl insured better have us Issue you a policy toaay The frwdcra from worry It will afford you IA nuno worth the cos of the Insurance Fish Penninglon Stanford Ky Phone 200 ARTISTIC shades in our ready nixed colors For durablity and uniform high quality they are unequalled Talk all like about good paints Then do a little actual painting with a small sample from our stock and watch results Youll satisfy yourself that you can buy no better paint for the money anywhere Let our paint talk J A ALLEN SfanfsrdKy AUTOMOBILESSUPPLIES AGENTS FO- RFlanders 20 75O E M F 30 1250 Haynes 2000 Baker Electric 2000 to 4000Studebaker Garford 4000 to 6000 If interested Phone us Bell 24 and we will gladlygive youI demonstrationDanville Coal CoDanville Ky II A Nice Quiet Fourth i IW H HIGG1NS KentuckyI6L J OF OUR FLOUR IS GUARDED Itrfect against tho dirt anl im Iiuty It Is made from inn best t lifted what It II piountl in vip if the beet and cteunt mill n lit CIMV try The lour Is icckail t ftnd mill tno it comet direct O on 411- a sack tatty and H Ihf lliii u- al heir and tout of the verv lit CoIJ H Baughman d A W CURD AUCTIONEER Burgin KantucKy I a duuteo Jones Nattonailtcho- ol0Auctloneerthlengonnd hue hind x rJerlence In the big cattle sales aI the UnIon mock Chicago where we void some thoroughbreds as at 1600 AUo In horse sulen where 8nO iule were made inch dny Auctioneering Is a science and I have studied It with tbli a Htt or phone me before you for your can tmokjf nlmate sales toyourltdvantuge Harry Jacobslu Manufacturer ot Marblo and Granite Montr monts Markers and Posts Ometery and l nwn Vosea and Hett e OUlco and works McKinney K- ySpring Summer Stock Hureyour measure taken liy n tailor of ex Then your olotUee wbethvrn low price business suit or the lInt evening clothes v III lutes that individuality and lit which plainly Imlliute they were made to your measure I win iiUo tnUe your inens ti fancy VOW top oatTandovercoats Hprlnyand Sum me UUI IM MI oJ1 wAy ii yoiir lnllJlJtao- liUOItUrIVYTUTullorMtnntord Ky MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge Notu K A A M will meet In taied couiniuijictiilonun each first and third MonUh uiqhu ofeuah mouth ut law oclock lu their hull stn niuln streeet Stun ford Ky Menilvrs of sister lodges nre fra ternally Invited to be present T W Pen nlfiKtoit Sec I LN TIMETABLE No 21 Month 1116 p M NoAx- No4North4lluA n No W North 6W r M No37 102J A X No SS2UO PM JOS S RICE Agent W A TRIBBLEFurniture and Undertaking DayPbone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford KentlY Bring Your Produce To Us We hive opened a produce home on Som end street lid will pay the highest market price for1I kinds of couctiy produce Bring w your stuff MsO BAST1N 6t CO- Stsaford Ky BLAOKSMITIIING firing your Itlocksraithlng and general repair work to tue shoeing ilk oppositePhillipsJAMFH I1HACKKTT- Htnntord Ky JtLBeazleyCoJ i Undertake and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture SlattiugaRugs They will exchange Furniture lor ill Kind of Stock Give Thorn a Call Prices Right 6 tqFOR U KENTUCKY CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE ofwellall kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes In connection with the above I have sill kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prices OHRIHTMANOBEEN ItOURER ED HcmiAKD PBOK Mtanord Ky CONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of con orating as Work Pavements and In fact we can make any thing from r house down to a fence post We can serve rou promptly and guarantee flr tclns prlcelbdtorePHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky J J BELDEN For house carriage and Ilgn deco rlltlve impnr hanging also buggy trlfkmlnK of nil kinds such as tops recovered ciirtntiK nnd hoots mnde Hlopover Ardrldltjs block KyPhoneJ J DKIDKN Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to soil prlvutelymy stock of Iro eerie und Hardware Doing a good buN ness Will Invoice about HfM Reason 111 health ago DHOPPEK Stanford Ky When Hungry GOTO arsons Ilestaurunt Lancaster Street Btanford K Steals served at all hours upto 1IOOlp MZ Best place tul wufor a good qUick meal Oooklng to suit our customers our specialty Splendid new line of fancy Groceries Hot OofTee Bandwlche plejtButter milk end sweet milk etc nt all tlm s Wa A CARSON Prop 1 THE- PRINCETON Edcrhcimcr Stein Co- M A K IRI Look At Your Neighbors- Clothest m 00 3 O 000ijO 0000000 O 000000 See the snug fit of the collar tho the answer will be In our favor Sao Inliqunrldw l sate and pretty The fabric la hanging trousers and ask hint when fine We flt you at nay prU J from 1U be got them and almost every time to J2760 the suit aGOOI000000000 00000 000S00 0 H J I G L Peunt mI jDe by m mdI- t 1 t Vr1fur r MCROBERTSDetroit Y rN 1 f I I O oI mBB m PI m I 3NKR The Latest In OIL STOVES d t Absolutely Wickless No As 1tIt sssslIxjstos The VcryfhuTgiforl Summer Cooking Makes life in the kitch I en endurable infhot 4 weatherIGEO H FARRis E M B Northcott f DEALER IN I IceILive And Dressed Poultry Eggs Coal Wool Hides Furs Salt If c iLimeI VV I A S 4 Feathers Phoae 35 Lancaster Ky Branch Hotse Stanford Ky Thurman K Tudor Mgr Phone 153 e j I I TUESDAY JUNE 11d 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I Mens Tan Low Shoes In Correct Styles and Best Quality Regular 300 Shoes at 195 Mens Patent Low ShoesI- n High Grade Goods sold at 4 and 85 Take any at 295 Get your future needs out of this sale slid save 81 to 82 On Sale Monday 8 AM l NEEDLES Bobbins and Shuttles tall o r sewing machines at Pennys Drug 4 Store PERSONALS W H Mueller spent Sunday In Crnb r Orchard I- lrs J W Alcorn spent Sunday nt Crab Orchard MUs Penny of UanvJUo It the great of Miss Mark Mnhonxy Miss Anna Chancellor has been n sutTerir from the mumps tor the fuze t 1 ynek Cnbsll Owens joined his wife and mother here moat week for A fvw days I stay James T Menofeo spent Sunday with tho homefolks I It llughos spent Sunday m Mt Vernon with his wife who U viMtlng leer iMronta there K nr n A Jones motored down from Cincinnati Saturday to wand Mr rnl Maya with friends Mss J It JohUMii of Plwbiirg Il U the guest of hr iwranu Mr and Mr Ueorgtt P Bright italic J L U Coffey earns over from Frankfort Saturday to spend several days with lite wife and haiulmimo young ton Mr and Mrs It i OwBlay roturntd to tiiotr home In Columbus On Sun day morning after a pleasant visit with total roatlvo- Mm JF Holdnm and Mm Anul I bronaugb of Crab Orchard Htltmded the revival services at the Baptist fhuron Sunda morning They were I tl t uits of Mrs J S Kiev during the dayI Mrs Ed Peyton spent several days at Crab Orchard 1rof W O Hopper Is at home from Mt Sterling tor a visit Mrs J i Unite Is quite III at her home on Danville avenue Luster Gillette of California Is ho guedfof Mlas Mario Mnhony r A T Nunnalloy made TI buulnoaa rip to Louisville this week f Miss Clam Coupor la ut homo from New York whtre she taught last tone llraBg Thompson of Crab Orchard has gone to Louisville to ucvupt n nliio position Miss Frances blame U la Harrods hurt the guest of her slstir Mrs Rod man Keonou Mr and Mrs Shelton SatitlfV air attending tine Kentucky Irwi Associa lion meeting at Mlddlesltoro- W U MeKlnnoy Is still confined to hn bed with mumps lie flustalnud n relapse niter sbowInK considerable Im it ovomentMr Penny und daughter Miss nettn Joan Penny lOft yesterday far Olympian Spring to attend the liar miiaautloal Asoooiatlon of wliloli Mr Penny li prealdent Alias Dora Stmub will join Linda on bur Huropean tour which Is to last Ill Summer They sail this week from an ftuiteru port Mr L n Dlihou of Roflkvlllo laid and young son Joe and MM Jasper Stringer of Point Isabel lad line lat ter a daughter nut the form r a niece attcmded the burial of Sciulro T S Hlnnkenthlp at Crab Orchard just e ek I G ee G GOG o G om o O GG ieI Boys of t sly rCan find everything they wear at our store ae g from IS to 25 Shoes oxfords sandalst rSUITS and tennis shoes waists ties collars andF hose hats and caps poros knit union suit two piece un 0- I denvear wi a 0 You can dress the boy from I I i head to foot for a small price icy Wi 0 STANFORD KENTUCKY 3 d Men Celobrata the Glorious Gourth in a pair of Bargain Shoos PatentLeathersdifferentlineIn the centerof our store and you can have your choice at 195 and S2 95 SEVERANCE Stanford Kentucky Sii Cummins Wearen blta Mary Manler tells is duly color rating her twelfth birthday thin uflunoon nt the home of laIr pmtiti Mr nnd Mrs John S Wells on Louie ington avenue Thore arj soinu thirty of Li1 young friends present ut the oc yihlon Is being grea v etijoyud ly ihiiii The color scheme pink ami white Is carried throughout the homo The young folks are bjng C1I11I ort y ninny gumes which the yuuug huitetts had provided for them IMnvlle Ad UPIte Doing Well Here STAFFORD CREAMERY NOW OUT OF DEBT AND FLOURISHING Dispatches to the dally papers way that the Creamery Company nt War caw Qallatln Is about to go out in buslnosH having practically proven a failure lu this connection friends and 8UI porters of the Stanford Creamery Carnpany will be gird W know that U is proving a splondld succor and IB dow entirely out ot debt It U 110 Ing a constantly Increasing business tad has trouble supplying the demand upon It TWO NEW STATES Two new States the States of Ari zona and Now Mexico worn created Saturday when the House on motion df Representative Hamilton of1IT Ulan of the Territory Committee ac cepted the Senate Statehood bill This completes the union of States anti makes fortyeight States In the rcg t WENDLINQ CAUGHT A dispatch from Frankfort wiya thut- lor Willson has Issued n requisition ipon the Governor ot Vexin for the rlurn of Joseph Wenllmi who Is rallied in Louisville for the murder of- IKUti I Alma Kollnor A JeueUve Is 111111 to have gone to Texas alter tit man who has ben run to iartli then MILD LIQUID CURES ECZEMA Skin Sufferers Drop Greasy Salves And Nasty Medicines That mild soothing liquid D D U Prescription stops the awful itch with the first drops A prescription of ac knowledged value Get a trial bottle at 25c It will takeaway the itch right away and you wil sleep soondly We assure you person ally of the merits of this remedy for we KNOW Shugars AND BUSINESS CARDS seeeeeeee eeeeeeeeeeeeeea W W BURGIN DENTIST- Office at Residence CRAB ORCHARD KY DR T W PENNINGTON Dentist Hours 83012 A M anti 1 to 430 P 1t oflko Myers Houso Flats Stanford Ky DR W N CRAIG Oculist and Opllolan Otllco over H J RcRoborta store Stanford Ky J P I will conduct kind of sales in Lincoln and surrounding counties If 1 want good for land or stock see me Stanford RDNo 1 M H JOHNSON Auctioneer I will conduct sales In this and surrounding counties Satisfaction guar anteed Stanford RDNo 1 Stock For Sale I have tor snlaa bay mare Mule T years old and weight ltcu pounds Hound and ood worker Also bay uare fiyeariold- i iorki any where and ladle have beon driving ber Rbllll sound and 1a fair lad liltr UIUAU DUNN Uustonvllle Short Local News Stable for rent Mrs Mattie D Klrby For saleVlr6t asnull CIl1 thresher at a bargain WO t1kjr Stanford Ky For Sale Drand new Oliver type writer latest model at a bargain Bd C Gaines Lancaster 313 Our cleanerandrepairer la on duty again ready to watt on the trade Cummins Wearen Found ofgold rimmed spec tacles Owner can get same by pay- Ing for this ad This office My barbershop will in the future be open Sundays till noon Bd Wil kinson 31- 21ostA class with ra N H C 0 Bsward for return to Suv orunoo Sons Pure Deortng Sisal binder twine at S cents a pound J G Wjuthurfonl Huitonvllle 314 SPRING cleaners can secure the finest paper in the world to go under carpets mattings etc at the very lowest price at the INTERIOR JOURNAL fflce Also lota of nice clean papers for shelves etc Cures dizzy spells tired feelings stomach and liver troubles keeps you well all summer Thats what fouls ers Rocky Mountain Tea will do Try it and you will always buy it 35 cents Ted or Tablets Shugars Tauner rCllCETO SHAREHOLDERS OF LINCOLN COUNTY NATION AL BANK Aia meetln ofthe directors or his bank at itH banking house In Stanford Ky on June IS 19lOlt was solved that a meeting of the shnre holders be called to meet on Tuesday Inly 26 1010 at Its banking office In Stanford Kyto vote on the propt ittlon to amend the articles of nocm Uon of this bank as follows Knit To increase cap til toUH WO tend to authorize the directors to Iltt price of new stock SeemlTrr- waee the number of directors to flltteiii W lt BrlKUl Cashier PRESSED STANDING SEAM GAL VANIZED ROOFING large uantltles Carried In StoSiT EADS TIN SHOP Stanford Phone its An Experts Opinion ot Skin Diseases A prominent national expert on skin diseases whose name you are familiar all his scientific ex- perlenc with says that in he has never found so hard a Yet he disease to conquer as eczema does not hesitate to recommend ZEMO successful remedy for theas a most 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 fait that it is a clean liquid remedy for external use A great Improvement over the old style greasy salves and lotions which are not only unpleasant to use but do not destroy the germ life that causes the 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 sup ply those who call with a free sample bottle of ZEMO and a booklet which explains in simple language all about skin diseases and how to cure yourself at home with ZEMQ J S CS McClaryn Undertaker ante Embalmer I STANFORD KY Cffloo Phone 1ST Home Phone M l gl1 FIVSI 1 W a Mens Bargain As a flyer to go with these shoe bargains we will sell 150 pairs Men s Silk Finish Socks the 19c kind at 13c per pair or two for 25c Not ove four pairs to one customer f SON I All Tanne- rtieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee PROFESSIONAL CHANDLERAuctioneer Socks Notes and Accounts Collected We collect notes and accounts anywhere in the United States No charges unless we collect Also look after claims of all kinds Bank references Correspondence solicited e tate MAYS COLLECTION AGENCY WOODSON MAY Mgr Somerset Kentucky I Odd Pilots I I 1You will need a pair of light pants this summer WeI have a large assortment of peg tops for the young men and a regular cut for the older men T R T W E PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY S1 IL R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin NEW NECKWEAR We call your attention to our new line of Dutch Collars in stylish effects of a pretty White Lawn with Lace Trimmings I Also a beautiful line of Allover Lace Collars in Black and White Also new Jabots in one two and I threeIpiece effect with Cluny and Imitation baby Irish w HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes L STANFORD KENTCKYJ Double Your Profits by Using an INDIANA SILO WIWWW cornAisgrain therefore com hand 1SILOreach of all and guar nine acres of corn Also agent for the most ments Cutters Practical and loader 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 the anteed 185 SILO holds feeds 28 cattle six months uptodate ensilage and equip conveyor and corn elevator R E GAINES AGENT PACEx TUESDAY JUNE 21st 1910 THE INTERIOR LTUtDAVJUNE 21t 19tH I YOU NEVER REGRET THE COST OF AN SATISFACTORY PAINT is without doubt the most efficient house paint on the market and is cheapest in the end in that it will go further and wear longer than other paints Only the best materials are used with WHITE LEAD AS THE PREDOMINANT PIGMENT tempered with just enoughzinc to prevent chalking quickly as is the case where lead alone is used ron SALE RY andIr SAVE YOUR FOWLS I Care Is the standard poultry i remmiyoobna It U the YeCOone reeedi that can be depended on with absolute certainty to cure sndpreVen Gapes Cholera Roup t1erheck Dlarraoea wed all atn or roultrydl heltbyandfreethe treatment of Blackhead and other disease in turkeyi Bourbonibu1tryCureHASYNO tn W W Rallied HopkinffleKTuyt IJfr F P Clay PrtlX 1111 L It r IonespesItombonPoeltq4 UmberneckJt RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place in a to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service whichjyou and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the ts received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to icndquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Far mersMJSne rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Louisiana and the Southern of Indiana and Illinois EASTTENNESSEE TEL k TEL CO WOOKrOKATJtDI FIRST NATIONAL BANK a STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN J882- CAPITAL STOCK 50000 v SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 SafetyDePi 7 i ecOFFICERS V 1 J S Hocker President ST Harris VicePresident r j John J McKoberts Cashier- H C Baughman Asst Cashr WVSaunders Bookkeeper Baughman Baughman Robinson- E Murphy Che Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 5000000 RESOURCES 34000000 t Y HKSHANKS PRESIDENT BRIGHT CASHIER v BPAXTON VICEHRCSCARPENTERSTER CLERKfW 01 Walker Stanford Shanks Stanford Qeo W CarterStanord John Foster Stanford W Shanks Stanford Ran f kin TraylorGilbertsCummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek etThe Interior Journal Stanford Ky tJr1IeKicllPrices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality Jt cured or It saved the JUt my child are the expressions you s every day about Chamberlains Colic Cbolera and Diarrhoea Remedy This Is true the world over where this valuable remedy hate been Introduced No other medicine In Use for dlar rhoea or bowel complaints has received such general approval The secret the success Chamberlains Colic Cholera arid Diarrhoea Remedy that It cures Bold by U L Penny or 0 f j j DIRECTORS F Reid J H M D Elmore J11 Pettus HC J F Cummins S T Harris no C C Walton J S Hocker W H LUS 8 W M J ASST CASH S H B H T 0 H me of bear of Is 8mitorOnttnyorToLr oam eeolotyanperbnektesa in the City Of Toledo County and state ofcueMatti CATAam CVu myNprYenteythis JstiZH AWQLEASOV- v iNOTABT IlmUC ctadirectlylar testimonials tree co Toledo U 14 b ruQIaUIeTaU uaui many Pall tot ecoitipatlon r A J 3 Closed Again CHRISTY THROWS UP MANA SMENT OF THEATORIUM G A Christy who has opurttcd the theatorium for a week for Patlurson Bailey of Lancastcr threv up the job Saturday night and it la closed again It has not been a money mesa er for some time Thomas Armstrong whoso family composed the principal part of the Christy show here a week or so ago tins over from Lancaster Sunday He tald that the song ami danco and trapeze stunt of his twj handsome daughters had paid them fUO for four nights work there They have Just accepted an offer of J30 n night from a hug Knoxvllle vaudeville house Nice Little Pile WON BY OWNERS OF T M GREEN ON FRIDAYS RACE Senator Took Hubble and Col n N Prewitt were in Latonla Friday and saw their good horse T M Greene yIn a sprint handicap at three quar rs of a mile In jig time Ho finished two lengths In front of tho second lame The tip was out among tho Wee ones that crack sprinter was ripe and the owners are said toliavu had fjjuu down right when ho went to the post at good odds LEAVES LARGE FAMILY + Irs Martha J Cootie who sled Saturday night at tl1Va of IUT ilaiiKhtnr Mrs it n In iVtt Danville is survived by four rhiloren and seventyfour pranJ chub siren and great grand ohtdren and one irtvt great grand chlla Mrs Coodu lived to see tour generations of her atuly Her children are Mri Sal lie 13 Brown of Danvliie Mn Jane pevlne of Rose 11111 Mercor county rsolnry Jones of Siielb City and MrS G Goode In West Dan yule Mrs Goode movm tract Per TJ lIe t Danville sixteen years ago mud was a member of the old Union birch it that pace The burl took llle Advocate TO BUY CHURCH ORGAN The Young Peoples Auxiliary nnI C W B M of the Hebron church will servo ices and cakes nt Garners tiWrfrom 4 to 8 oclock next Satur flay afternoon The funds raised will lied to help pay the cost pf an organ and everyone Is invited to comet and contribute toward this good cause r t Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will brace up the nerves ban ish sick headiche prevent desponden- Cy and Invigorate the whole system Sold by G L Penny BRING YOUR HORSE ALONG alaand look harness lie will approve tit It asA well as you Our stock of saddles nre strong and well made and ali for whips fly nets blankets etc we have endless quan Utica and qualities to suit all tastes Ja C McCLARY SUnfMiJ Ky t ra FARMERS DEPARTMENT For Sale100 foot tobacco bed A R 1IbbblnsStAnranrPI1U1ut J6Ut Vanled 1Td Rent a farm ofbbblil IbO or 200 acres In Xlncola county Apply this office VS J 313 August 17 18 and t9 have been ne ected as the dates for tha Perryvlllo lair yt 4 For Sale 8horso liubcr portable threshing engine John D Anderson- It D No4 Stanford 31 Seaond hand three inch wagon in good shape at a bargain Penco liros 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 Pence Bros Stanford For Sales OO acre farm won located In Putaskl county If you are looking for u farm ht yowl own price see ne F A Ross Kings Mountain Ky Lost1iyearod bay mare blistered for fistula also 4yearold bay horse Loth 16 bands high J It Rogers Crab Orchard Ky J Hutching of ParksviMo roil to J II Bonta SO lambs for July delivery at 7 12 cents Jumes H Baughman sold a pair o mates to Walker IJros of iiurran for J510 Lame shoulder Is almost Invariably caused by rheumatism of the muscles and yields quickly to the free appllca tion of Chamberlains Liniment This liniment Is not only prompt and effect unl hut In no way disagreeable to use Sold by U Peony- Chamberlains Cough Remedy in sold on a guarantee th t If you are not tatlstleb after using twothlrbv ot a bottle according to directions your money will be refunded it Is up to YOu to try Sold by U L Penny 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 OWENS Pongo Ky Shipping Point Mt Vernon YOUR BATH ROOM PuUMOINU is n most Important uonsldvrnll lton Its character tho ueiih and JIT hatisi life of you and ywr V llv dl- Itad If you aro uUIJ wltiiout modern sanitary plumbing In your bath room better have us chnno It nt once Deeause you have berotoforn eseaptrd serious Illness dot ent prove Uwtjdu will always be so rortesita W K WARNER Phone 188 Stanford Ky In Rt Buna Vista Compton on Application for Pardon Notice u hereby given that Buna VIII Complon now a life in the State ltcAo JioiiiebeGrcuit Court will on the ihird day of June 1910 BiakeapphcaUonto the f of the said Compton andre lease him from custody This the 20th dayof 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 JSIPPLE London Ky Insurts Tobacco and Tobacco tarns Nothing BUt Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Reildence Phone sot Office Mi Insure with mo and be fully protected B D CARTERN- ew Llverv DepotStreetPhone 96 i STANFORD kENTUCKY 1 1 n Y e e IJo Ass i y iE We 1 1 J t 7 o i iiti- a W ir e a A Stew mid uptodate line of odd welleCrossettOxfordetS Patent f i J t ClOf1iI D ij When you buy cloths Rin i J J Our hat depnrtmeus now more- S ever We have to ishowyou the new Milan i Yacht nod Panama Call Strawjbefore you buy r a iSAMf ROBINSONituu I 1 II Get My Price On I t I House Paint i Wire Cloth Cultivators Hoes and IScreen other farming implementsa I Lt SANDERSI KentuckyiK4 t Can r T Jfyou have anything to sell LINE Take to Nunnellcys New Stock Yards lie buys and Ilel a every flay in the year except Sunday Bring ou your stock Beat in the State with plenty of fj H eel andwater best covered pens oUUido of Louisville or Lexington STANFORD KY We also do n general hitch and feed business W L MCARTyPnt E C WALTON VPrc L IIUGHESS AT Stanford Real Estate Co Stanford KontucKr Farms and Town Property Handled on Commission Stocks and Bonds Sold If you Have Property to Sell orRentNotifyiUi Write for Circular to rL R HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky Qa iri MIF iFiF41aiDNa4r1 y 4 The Winning Feature of The t OVERLAND CAR S Is Its Simplicity Anyone ram tQ OperatesWi mJRJ J lath- eSTOCK market fief Its the Auto for all the Family for any Girl or Woman can Run it as Easily as a Man Just Let us Prove this to You i a a I p 4 e I CP Cecil Walter Dunn IiiAD Phone us For t Free Demonstration i Danville Ky t V iO 5 alr i