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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fli VTHE INTERIOR JiURNAi JOLU I XX3CV1I HIANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY JUNE 24th 19th NO 34fr MYSTERIOUS ATTACK ON GARRARD MAN STCPE KEEPERKNOCIED IN hEAD AND HIS PLACE IS BLOWN UP A ittlcrloua attack w i tnutn on Carl ganders a storoktHipOi ol Stuntf GmrtirO rounty at nn earr ba Frl day niorrilng Ho waeat4 fro- Sts residence near the ttoro by n man nt two t clock who said he witnUd to get flllme goods from trv siore AM Mr Sutlers entered the store he wax vii on Iho head with n randhaK and tnodid unconscious Tie More wan ncn Itown up It la believed lth ilyunn lie It caught fir and the I r nelnuUrn found Mr Sanders lying tin cviivcious across tho thfesloul Ho rtnM Kiily burned and as thug caught nu Lands to pull him away the uls tvrtd grate cntuo away n iunlnatlon showo tat tho I P tad been tampered wlte 31r Panders was no seriously lu tlcnd I was thought no war ilcnd at t but ho has rccovoro sutlMently to tilt vlat ho knows oi the affair No clew ran ho found to tin irpetrntor of the dastardly deed HavocrVAUDE CARTER SEHOUSiV SrICKEDOTHER DAMAGE lII LiKblnlng played havoc III Lincoln I turing tho storm whirl rased la e1In ready afternoon Itas N nle tartr daughter of Petor W Carter 1Mar 1iAcrlng a window it her hllillt hear MitCormnckfl churcu w 1It1I n i bolleetck nearby She was kl11 unriuKous and physician had to MT lio Ilh her a grea r inrl t+ the iiiKht the Is much Itnprovol Uln j Nun tsr her many frtenU will IK ietr pe4 to know Sfellu Yowoll of btu wr of U ua also body shocked by a ball which 4l tilt lu the West End A corWuusliK r In MM Hob Williams wu kllkd unl n hIlnck burned upt j THE MARKETS f Cincinnati 0 June 2tlcdtlIttCtpU 372 market dull nt I we fur to tool shippers J825t2 t common lfr04S llogdflecel1h 3174 nar I stet slow tSQ25c lower butchers ami atfpera tl3019JGi couno1tJUtrt1- 1tih epftecetpta 1432 umkut stwidy ROIl slow Ut41ti unbs Maikct Mi OR an nctiro 4O7S5 t AT THE BAPTIST CHURCH J h Evangelist Daniel will jlvo I bis lee i tune en Success Sunday afternoon at four oclock at the Baptist church 1hlK lecture Is freo and nil are root CPrdlnll Invited to come and benr- It Thn church will be muutr ten fortable and you will miss S great den not to Mar Mr Daniel I Ottenkeirar hey Father Leo pastor ot Hilnt Sylvesters church has gone to Cut man Ala to mako hls annual retreat Ho will be gone a week The children redeivo1 their thin iof communion Sunday it the radio lie Church there wero Uvo Etna and two boys Mr and Mrs Eph Pcnnlngton of Stanford were up Sunday to s cnd UnS der with her parents Mr had Mrs Robert Artnld of Y of Louisville were upbero oa their weeding Wn were marrlwi teed nesday at tho Cathedral and casiq l on hero Thursday and cutobratf the it Wedding Friday at the home of 010hili parents The lawn and pavilion weru lighted by Japanese lanterns they ate drank and danwJ until an- curly hour Mrs Annio Krueger of Mt Vernon vlstcd her l terInlntl Mn Henry 9 raub who Is very sick Reynolds fleck sold two shoats to Mr Nlkula for 19 Mine Annie Zwahlcn Rave a hand some reception In honor of hr slater Mrs Alfred Kocher of Louisville Mr and Mrs Busse have returned fnm New Port Kyi There were several cases of mumps in this section Mrs Henry Hidden gave a lawn tate In honor of her two sonu who made their first communion Refreshments were served Emil Henzen and Arthur Qutvnaon avert to Cincinnati Sunday M1szi Frela Boyer and Mrs Leo Eyer are here from Clnolnn in Mrs Charles Ensalln has return ell from her daughters wedding which took place In Louisville last week Oscar Bless hat bought a handsome auto seated buggy f NEW STATE BANK GETTING READY CCMMTTEE BY8 FURNTIURE AND FIXTURES FOR INSTI TUTION IN LOUIUVIuLE Mcitsrs J O Ends and J W clutch son have returned from Louisville where they havo been to buy the fun Iture and fixtures for th New Utate Hank and Trust Co which Is soon to open up for builiHH They wte very successful In niaklnt n tniuo and secured handsome JxncJ lubMtantlal supplloK at a rruHonablo figure Tho directors of tho Insti tution have lust let the contract for the erection of a vault and concrete flooring to J R Powell In tno Odd tYiona building and G L tautly and J W Hutcjilnon were appointed a com tuUec to purchaso tho cats for the bankAlt details looking to thn organi sation are taking shape and It will not be long until the Institution M ready for business Preachersville A falling tree killed A valuable deg belonging to Tlmoth Xnyior S D Carpenter Is building a nice taO story residence fret Pierce Bryant will ji nah I t tliu Baptist church Sunday next A swarm of honey beo while lie ru hived ni Fndo Iarki took Inotion to hive Uiemselrot In a mel den In the bee yard Thny were no rostsiully hived In proper sbaOo niter being dug out tt If are Informed that Mr Leroy lNiblu8 who once live non Lere Is Dangerously 111 of typhoid fever at Drodhend Mrs Timothy Naylors hands were severely burned by a skillet ot greane catching fire Thomas Naylor sold tome hogs to J I 1U sby at Sftc D M Anlrrstn of Stanford bought about rl acres of land off of the Grimes lariat U- OMm George II Colson who has keen ktck was ImprovoA cnouh to lobu moved to the home of her par eats Mr ant Mrs D T LunAford At this writing she Is much Improved Mis J II Rlgsby Who has been In n precarious condition for BOIUW Unit is now at Dr SplUera aaniUrluin near Crab Orchard Our old friend and school mate Mr Charles Holtzclaw who now civet nt lutchlson Kansas has taken unto himself a better half lib was married on the 16th to Mis Aunt Hundley a popular lady of that plllo Know Ing Mr Hollzclaw since chlliihmxl wu CUll say that we never know a better pore thrutbful or moro hint nt boy In our life We wish him well Mr II left here In 1S95 with his parents Mr unit Mrs J W Holtzclaw and now he li employed in postal serif lu tnat city Our frietifl Mr Fado Parks the miller and smith owns a horse that n er scares at anything except bot lob Mr F M Martin who lied recently at his home on Dlx River was a clever neighbor a road citizen nnd n member of Beech Grove Baptist church Ho will born In Lee county Vn Sept 12 SIT and soon after his parents Mist w to hell Ky where they resided a short tine before esalgn UiK to Missouri tthe fatJ of 15 he re urued to Bell coflty wllhhiepairntsa- nd nt tho age vt 7tte Vwui niirncd to M las Sarah E MUOts In tI4IG he toyed to Will county uud bo ignt a fana upon whl6h he was riving a the Uwe df his dedtb lit Is Hnnrlvwj by hUwife aniV eight children LUtloMlt1 Ruby Cres is wltl her friend Mrs T W Jones nt Stanford Frank Ulgaby was visiting Mr and Mra IS C Anderson at Bnxlhend Mrs Levi BftUaRd family wcro swsM of Mr arid Mrs Jhn n Andersen Mrs Ona Naylor wid non Charlei with little Oliver klpsor BtottNaq MrilJpondtnt Ttslted relatlvezi at slur idl COLUMBIA WINS TWO GAMES Colombia opened thin seiixon at home by defeating LihTt lt tw r Riien Young let Liberty dnvn wlln roscattered hits In the firm game JiiU1 and Stults allowed only four kiln la the second game That first same rtulled 3 to 10 In tavor of Columbia l iiicrles Columbia Younf and- tntntteld Liberty Woo rul1 aud- Watkics In the afternoon game the score was 3 to t In favor of tolumbin Iatterlea Judd Stlts and Rosuntteld IJbertf Holt Woodrum anti Watklns LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH HOiDS MEETING AT 3OSMEN UN DER AUSPICES Or LINCOLN MEDICAL SOCIETY Under the auspices of the llniln Covinty Medical Society the local board of health at tho Invitation of Rev J G Livingston held au open se obis at the Goshen church Sunday t T CC P MIThere IR being waged n warfare on all preventable disease throrh rut the civilized world That much may bo done and M bOIIUI dent along these lines Is conceded tith by tho physician and the folly The medical profession U the on ly roiession for buulncai that ililvej cuftom away from itself by tollnr clientele how to stay well It Is an unequal fight Imvovor an sooner or later both the doctor and the rntient muat answer to the death summons at whose bar there Is no uHwtl of writ of error or tea can cor pus or now trial It Is n final decision wnlca we in tiff lid and all must meet lhenre we as doctors and as Iatnutj cit Zt iiH are perfectly wllllnif to toll all ilmt la known of how to get well and Lot to stay well There are many thlnga which the tuilieral public should know that wmld bi ol Inestimable value to both the patient and the doctor ai for IJxI1IIpie the Instruction of all excretions fn m nil patents nnd especially front thuPc ulio have the most Infectloitu dUeaftei such as tuberculosis tphoM fever pneumonia dipthorla measles and scarlet fever It does not require argument In llils Uliphtened age to prove tint iinst diseases are Infectious f tori InRlous or both It is desirous at the Land of both ttt4 i atlcnt and the doctor thtit mnny cases of accidental polttoulnj or othir asu that the laity know and use the antidotes before the doctor ar rives because In too mann cases II la oerlastlngly too late when the the tor arrives v Ota ot the most coUiruon puixvns U carbolic acid and the nnvldot Is Ir tho camphor bottto an1 as tIt ilch r hl 01 whisky which It coainhu The antidote for arsenic Is Iron nut treat any source but an old runty store pipe Is to be born ir nlnd 7 he antidote for commot lyo is vtcgar to be followed by an emetic tunifuttne used In wouuiln is line wo KilBfct continue this Indcfialtelv but- fear of cncrouchlng on too much valu liNt space I will not be too elaborate At this Sunday afternoon service t nero Bro Livingston presided and vheru the Gospel of good lisalih UKI p vtched Dr M M PiillllpH tae pt i ldcnt of the Lincoln Medical So rtey read a highly entertaining Iafr tm tubcrciilosls ltd early rttohittbn- aud prevention Hi pointed out the sanltav Lrts- or Health and hygiene Ko told how t net well In tho early shtn tut to stay well How tho patlerl m t the In the open air and to vat the goat nurtrlous diet anti to ii pticy all the excreta to prevent the spread o irlectlon In fact there woio too rrrrj good things said n thn iiajwr tj be condensed In an ortioij like thic Di W B OBannon then roi suture on tuberculosis In all the diN Kunt tissues ot Ute body He acid nil cases of whto nwolliug were nbthmg more or teas than tuHuulosIa of the part nflectci ueu thyof the hip joint H t told the pnbc Is aware that most of these casts were cured and used n rrtuch Ir 6 cork sole the remainder ri Ice Ho further contends that scrofula U tibercuioala of the glands of the neck He tnte out many cases wlwn nc pie had been cured wlthuut having bern aware that Jvy hail liilerculosts Dr OBannon talked for over halt an hour and therefore I cannot reproduce all of hU peHh- Lr W F Hlcklehelt the floor until he almost had to tot flagged auwm TO get him to quit lila pub Ject was Reueral Infection J jrm are TTTywhere at present an l this Is why doctors are no careMl about xlcr Ulnp hands towels and Instruments to prevent Infection for we consider our polvep most fortunate to heal wounds xiliiout pus Germs cannot withstand r and sunlight hulling water where foaRiMts Is the boat dlsenfectant He looks upon dusty carpets and soiled walls with a good deal of sUAl t clan PREACHERS FIGHT TO DEATHI BLOODY DUEL WITH KNIVES IN WHITLEY COUNTY A dispatch from Wllllaiisbiirg Vhitley county says that ihn Rev Kolert Vanover jind the Her Isaac Perry woll known miuiitain rtcichers who had ben oillti re oval meetings fought a duel wllh knives In eho Rock creic napift curch In Whitley oount Jii Vnuotcrs throat being out rm oir to ear He died In a short time The trouble grow out ot tnurgetf against Vanovcr which Wtlf being tid In tho church when tho fight oc curred Minister Perry and his cousin Ulanc Perry arc In jail nt Williams burs U Is san that tho Rev Isaac Perry ran nt the Rev Vanover while ne was In tht pulpit Tho two men clinched and while struggling In jach others arras th Rev Perry drew a l nlf At thU juncture Btalne Perry selrtd the Rev Vanover it Is said and held him while the other pulled his lUlU across the Rev Vanovers throat Infil tins 1 w vind to which ho succum i i HI a short while l 1rJ G Carpenur bai a most Imtistlve paper on sanitation usepzls the laws of health and hytitnt llr Carpenter Is long winded und vn uHrlng therefore I could not npio due nil of his paper aa U would 1111 this issue of the Interior Journal Among some of tho good thngg I must mention Is his able exegesis on the ever present houu J fly He attributes many diseases to this lQ 1I1 Could you have heard b- Kvud fchudder to see the fly Uht up on he butter pastries anti fruits Ho pointed out that the fly particular about the company It kellsl aid he klnl of material through which It wades The tly frequents these prates and comes and walks at lit cIty over our edibles and finally takes a bath In the cream pitcher or tumbler nt milk You may Imaglno seme more things about the fly which Dr Carovnter said in an extended article like thla Therefore he says screen against the flies and annlhlluta then In and suve many Uveashaddoctors bills It would be lectasaiV to hear thla lecture to fully appreciate It Therefore heir It at your first opportunity- Dr U G Perry was called uiun to nddrepa the audience but he preferred to listen and to say Amen to all that carts nldbr tho other professions ruthren Bro Livingston tlntJsiil the doctor In behalf ot the audience in I told of his close asrtoJVlon wJti the Iroleslon in the siCk room Dro Livingston la known tar ant wide for his gospel knowledge his mental ttrcnglh lie has been In lila nuts tifrii naTvTce 1bbcbfWf1T Tlot weary When superannuation tho Inevitable fdttiox may ho like Enoch lie Iriiip sorted to the everlastlnK eleysian rculuw ot glory to bo met by a bevy of nncels and the ruattyrrl saints Garage For Danville OTHER NEWS FROM LITTLE BRITAIN C P Cecil and Mr Walter Duno tr + ii ornlog cons matJ a rtfal with Mr It C Berry for a lease on his pro wrtr on Fourth str wi adjoining thi Logann livery nut e The uouth I bit ten ot the old building will b9raic ed at once and a modern nutomoblle bulidrg forty by sixty feet wth a rear died 20 by 30 feet wi I lit end ed IShon as poasbele It will ho ruxhed to completion Two or three mtichlnes will be kept for rental Arthur Prince charged with chain hit n switch guard to the Cincinnati 1iouthern n mile north ot Nicholas vllle was arrested In Nlchdlasvlllo by Djtertlve T R Grimn nod Capt G T Heliii of this city Tlw heavy Itaalcof Iron which WM found on the track was brought to Danville by Conductor DIneen whOiH train sruck It The bey arrested CHI HI to hI IS uirs ot age but looks tiuoa older gimlet lenlea his guilt but has told n t nber o conflicting suns nnd the pacers have decided td hold him Ho claims to havo a partner alto Mf red nut Officers aearaiinU around HhIl Bridge in hope of iapturlm the the second boy tiince and his partner are tram Tennessee and the mlssln lad bas been In the reform acbo l In that atutu y 0 OCTOGENARIANANSWERS CALL OHN W MOORE PASSES AWAY AT HIS HOME IN LIBERTY After a lingering Illness and general drbhity resulting from advanced year Mr John AVi Moore one or the tmt substantial and highly respected citi zen of Casey county prm 1 away Vednesday night aged 1 yInrs Do reused was a native of Caney county Jnd till his life had been a farmer Ht MOS a successful business mnn ntd leaves a comfortabla tfitate Decides his wife he leaves one tont Attorney E H Moore of Liberty and fuur daughters Mesdamoi R B and Ld Wilkinson of this plaon MM DII lion u Crab Orchard and Mrs Port nun of Liberty Deceaaoc had ire iiueutly visited his daughters hero and formed many acquaintances wan b rimed into fast Irlendshlia unJ his taking away is regretted by all who thus ame to know him Several years ago Mr Moore gave up farming on account of enfeebled health and moved to Liberty where his death occurred Aft r funernl hcnlces at his late home the remains were laid to rest In the little celnetery nt Liberty there to await the resur rection day Pleasant Point RSIDENT HAS NARROW EVAPE FROM DROWNING James Dye had a narrow escape from drowning Friday white cross ini yuck Creek The water was hVli and his team In trying to cross cam near being drowned also But ae be ing thoughtful turned thn horse in steud of crossing farther thou hud to wait several hours for the water tn subside On the same day Winston Snow had a tine mare to drown In Green River- Simon Petrey makes frequent visit here Ills attraction h a young lady on the Somerset pike W B Klng pew resldt e is nun Ing completion James Bunch bought of L G Gooch a fine span of mule for UGO Rev J A Singleton U ablo to be out again after n severe attack of rheumatism Vis W M Powers U aura tng with cancer M S Baughman and daughters loads n flying trip to our place In his new auto U Powers Is at home from lexlnu ton B P Smith and wife were visit Ing at W M Alforda Sunday E G Gllllland and family were the pieKts of J T Brown W G Routoa wife and little fniinS tir nnd also A G Dunla and family were visiting tilts Fred Dunaway S ndh1at1I11I8 Gap D Baxter wife and charming little dayhter orEubanks after aphusanl- sitvj to relatives at Marathon 0 and other Northern points art non with Mr and Mrs C Brcwu at this vlace1ctor Gilliland spent Saturday and Sunday with homefolks Miss Laura Wilson Is expected home loon from an extended visit to relai tlrea at Cynthlana MISS Mary Elizabeth Nash pretty tittle daughter ot J N Nasb who has J een in school at the D D Institute at Danville la with her parents here B Harmon and wife are v Siting their spna In Boyle Rev Shouse of Danvin save an luutcitlng lecture on forevtu nrssluna at the Baptist Monday ivenlng A use nrow4 was present and well on Jcilclned Rev J W Retwj will preach at the Green RIr nchnol tfifio Sunday morning THROWN FROM BUGGY H B Northcott the tvmt kninvi toouce buyer of Lancait thn l9r InrSy branch headquarters hero was idly hurt by being thown from a hilltop by a wild horso vhto drtlni In Garrard county severay days apt One of his limbs was badly utratipl bill has frlenls wlllbe itMl to know that his IUjurles are no erloi i Editor Cecil Williams ct Ute Som sc Times nnd Mr ClluI1IIt Smilh p Iho thriving PunsKi rn tltii were hero Wednesday t rotti tr Viadleabpro Mrs J W BauRhraan ta I sou Wll Iftni Henry left Friday morntuf Jar aftinsvllle Indiana tor n lito v1 ral IJlf stay I REY C R BLAIN TO BE INSTALLED SUNDAY AS iCHURCHMONIES Hustonvllle Juno 23rItev C R Blain will be installed as pastor of the Presbyterian church here Sunday morning Dr EatGreene of Danville will deliver theJcharge to the congregation Pev f E C Lawson of Springfield will deliverIthe charge to tho new minister IndIDr Ulanton of Danville will pr nt1hoat eleven oclock that mornln Ipt V Blame Is said to be n talent 1 ed divine Is a native of andPhas many warm frlendj In Hustonnvine nnd vicinity where he has previously filled pulpits It Is expected fthat a large audience will witness tho 4J dlj1Mrtts ouzo Denham of Ludlow spent I I last week with his parents Mr And Mrs J P Denham near Jumbo Jllsr Alice Lion Is vlaitpj Mrs hoary Orman and other relatives In 1 i IanviiletMrs Allen Burns of Colorado Springs has arrived to spent thu Summer 1 with her mother Mrs Jennie Car penter and other relatives 1 Ray Foley lost an ofen faced silver watch while en route to Stanford teat court day A suitable rewattlaVvlUvbe f1 glviu If returned to John FolcyJat iGeneva Hanson Walls a clever hard warkv l ing young man died at the humeot l Ballard Yocum last weei of typuold f fever He was burled at Eauona rate yard Sunday Ho had been In q tbo employ of I G Terry tort thee yeas i j dies Della Combest of Phil was 4 the guest of Mrs Stanley StevenlJonj H Skinner has returned to Sto cepa Va after spending two weclM I r1Thlotille Dramatit Co it Alcorns I Opera louse was a decide success x The house was packed and sdlnc room was at a premium I Mr J Averitt and wife of Brod fordavllle were guests of her parents Mr Iud Ma F Yowell aziniea Camdens horse bciri Ht OnsInR auto and running away up fetthe buggy The occupants were of course thrown out uut fortunately escaped a slight fnjury while vehicle tas completely demolished 9 1ho Young Ladles TennU Club alit about 20 guests spent Tues day at Mlddleburg chuptomil by trof Robinson and wIfe MUsiM Mar jorle and Rose McCot tack siw that all enjoyed the outing to the fullest dent Or Edward Alcorrf bats 4returq 4w TfSfiPVOrtburg Ten l Ire erer JteoIK tended the annual meeting of the Cons mbcial Banking k Trust Co In which he Is a stockholder A team ot horses driven by Sara Murjhy the Moreland liveryman took friglit nt a train and ran all the way to Hustonvllle at full speed They came to a sudden atop at blaiKumlth tII shop und strange to say without much Injury to either horses or vehicle truck By Ugtokg HOME OF J M PETPCY AT OT TENHEIM SET AflRfr During the fierce thunder and light nag tonii Thursday ajftoruou the home ot J M Petrey n prominent In1l1er of the Oitenhelm setwasru- ng by a bolt of llght7uq and st- u fire The lightning ult i Hue and caiuo into the house by the PlO 6 llpe Mr Petrey and rna ot hit dill cuvn were sitting on a bjj Illtbe rjoni while Mrs P6trey Mud the nuUy ucr in a rocker near tia atuvAI isMfed unharruel but H rnIter was knocked out from under a l3 nr the ted on which Mr Petrey sat The roof was set 6n liri aril Mr Je irr had to go out at oacoaml liht he Dames to save the iniiMiuc wjtlrh vas vone without much traui x A SURPRISE PART Mis I Elizabeth Pendlyioa pleanam M eirprlsed her grahdmothcr Mrs M J V Ithers Saturday June IS liy cnH im several of her friends o 1111nltbe evening with her Nice reresthruiiU ivjre served but Mrs t bias dM lilt irilfrstond for some tluia that the ut rrise party was in honor QfUer Jlb tlrthday Everyone hail u aoit pioasnnt evening and gave Mrs Ulin era many toad wishes fur many mro iMPIy birthdays ll ikwwJ u 1lPACE wtITHE INTERIOR JOURNAL FRIDAY JUNE 24th 118 + TWO J a I TIlE INTERIOR JOURNAL EaUbliihed 1872 EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At fit Per Year In Advance IHFLTON SAUFLEY Publisher Entered at the Post Office at Stan F M lord Ky as Second Class mall tTcmorrow closes tho spectacular the democrat 2 numliir tint fur Congress in Ashlunl ills tiict The race between Cantrill nr Thomas has been fraught with many sensational developments the latest bf which Is an intimation irom one t r tbt candidates that the other was Induct under aestlonnble luethoiU to change his views on a matter of cut aiderable Importance to the State Mi Thomas charges that Congressman Canlrlll was instrumental In the tie feat of Qor Beckham after be WitS the democratic nominee for United States Senator and Cantrlll conics back a- i t Thomas with tho counter th urge that t President Lebus of the Burley To tacco Society who Is ii republtunc Is s+ d totting Thomas for a Domocral k Is floe This Is the only thin that t I he haw been able to urge ngaltiKt the iMirrpn candidate and ns Lebus null j the nrley tple put nnirrl ott Icpfe two ears ago U won t bold fOOd ni an argument aov Irncll call every newspaper in tile dlstric- iar Tfist CaBtrill on tha M onl o- MMjtb political and civic ilecim but F bu1As the money of tha Tolnci and the all powerful liiunr in I Iterc behind him and few see haw they can be prevailed against I Ibiddlesboro the Queen Oity of Ile 4 Mountains opened the eyes of the ZCO und more newspaper men and nrl 1 men who were there this weak at t ttjoliig the summer sesijn of the f Kentucky Press AssoclaUo1 fti mute t ViiMEtiful or whole soulea llustla111y r could posslby be Imagined The cltl Ixasnot only contributed theIr won ry towards the entertainment of the tuJors but business men ilrit rp r stunt to help make the visitor rule themselves The JllddlosMira Spirit of norgy and pro resslv nls was In Mfiltnce OB every hand MldOlrslior iIstaslly tie metropolis of vas eln- F and with the vast nilnfra 1wealth right at her door Mini the j B it of ush which pwalls nu OUt I will lie surprised to see her a city of I 5ncO In a very few yeai it was gnu to have been there1 tttcrtst Just at present Ill centers Istin opposite x points of the rnniiif The one in the Kant is the marriage xundurwi rr te Johnson fight Tho first named l E cat event has Just happened Nov J lots all be quiet until about this time next ytar when we will Ikoly sit up 1udtake notice again and watch Tux Jds sladlatpra fight t out une 1Hdl rays of the July stun- K f + = ayesburg uMtk rIii Jlluses Gretchel and Artie Moore or KuoiuiVs visited their sister hiss If r Wanda Moore at IlkH Stadiums llelvfn Caldwell wife and children visited her parents In Casijy county Mrs Payetto Wilder and children and Mrs Dr Acton of Eubanks were here Monday IhsHendricks Hays nnd little Edna were gunats of Mrs 1ID Hays r lira Amanda Wilson and Mr John Heath continue very 111 JohnsonIMartin Claunchand Hubert Dumas of this place were initiated into the or Ii 1 der of the L0 T M Thursday W R lnglEt9n is carrying tau wall on Kotjto No f this weel for R Cur 4 tlsv i G Reynolds died at i U hjio t Monday of a complication of daoaics aged 84 years Ho unlcd vlth the DouLio Springs Baptist churh whcr I quite young and lived a consoimtod ChrlsUcn Ufo nnd served as Deacon oft the church for a number ot years luneral novices at tho Olive 1Artr by Rev Tllford tho rcnuiin were laid to rest In the Olive burying r Coiind tho Masonic onlir having 1 Ld charge of tho services RDV R R Noel and Q Sinl ton J rf Stanford attended te burial ol W U Reynolds Tuesday Matter Clarence Singleton of SUn ford is with relatives hero ENDS WINTERS TROUBLE Too many winters Is a reason of trouble The frost bltten toes nntf fingers chapped hands and lips chil blains cold sores red and rough skins IIlro 0 this Rut such troubles fly be trlajburns bolls piles cuts sores ecze- maI and sprains Only 2ic at Pennys t Drug Store 1 i REAPING BENEFIT ft on the Experience of SUkn4 rPeople rYe are lortuuate IndII to bo able to prom by the experience of cur nechlors The public utterinvin ol ytnnfoid residents on the flonicg- at hit ct will Interest and licnellt thcu sniids of our readers R3nJ this Etnte ircnt No better proof can bo had John T Barnett carpenter Ron land street Stanford Ky says I UFO a great number of kl lii y rume tilts Within the past three years null r1cnll say that Doans Kidney Illj gave tic the first relief My work ohllKcs int ID do heavy lifting and stooping nl titscs and this weakened my kl liies a suffered from a pain nriss the fTiil of my back that oftni hecane iI o Intense I was unable to do any thins I was feeling miserable when I learned of Doans Kidney fill t nnJ lliy were recommended sc highly that procured a supply r t dhuuars Tanners drug store This reniedv save me almost instant re tef nd for that reason I gladly rcconiuivin It ot sale by all dealer Irire ri cents Poster M1lburn Co Bultulo N V rule scents for the U iiti n States Hi member the name Doan s and take no other Married On Highway VH YOUNG AND MRS MiLLS IM ED AS THEY SAT IN BUGGY I Mrs James S Young and Mrs fclubeth Mills both of Higuand drove In to the home of tv Ulclvy pastor of the Methodist church at this pttte to have that gent mnu per torn their marriage ceremony rimHp a card on the doorstep stallui that Kcv Dickey was at the homo if Mr lioad ley Sampson the coupla not to lit bellied at once turned their steps 1111 tne Direction of Mr Sampsons aunt found the minister driving out of the pac They produced the license and Mr Dickey pronounced tho ceremony which made them husband ao wife as the couple sat in their buggy on the highway and the minister In hs Mr Young is a prosperous farmer of the Highland section whlla his bride U i most estimable ChrUUai Unity tend and Is the mother of Rev Henry Mills Tnuirly of this county anl a well clown minister of the gospel The Interior Journal Joins me maul friends of the couple In wishing them snitch happiness Haleys comet has come and gono one we are having good old summer tlie BANKS ON SURE THING NOW Ill never be without Dr Klass New Life rills again writes A Sibin beck 947 Elm street Buffalo N Y Tney cured rao of chronic constipa tion when all others failed Unequal ed for biliousness Jaundice Indigos lion headache chills malaria and de bility 25c at G L Pennys drug store THE FOURTH IS A GAD DAY for the man without insurance Every time a rocket bursts over his IIOUSL ho has heart dlrfeas3 If you arent insured better have us Issue you a policy tccay The frcwlcra from worry It will afford you I + gene worth the cos of the Insurance Fish Pennington Stanford Ky Phone 200 ARTISTIC shades in our ready nixed colors For durablity and uniform high quality they are unequalled Talk all you like about good paints Then do a little actual painting with a small sample from our stock and watch results Youll satisfy yourself that you can buy no better paint for the money anywhere Let our paint talk J A ALLEN Stanford Ky I AUTOMOBILESSUPPLIES AGENTS FO- RFlanders 20 750 EM F 30 1250 Haynes 2000 Baker Electric 2000 to 4000StudebaKer Garford 4ooo to 6000 If interested Phone us Bell 24 and we will gladly give you demonstration Danville Ice Coal CoDanville Ky I I V1 rrw rA Nice Quiet Fourth r W HIGGiNS Kentucky OUR FLOUR IS CU tOEED 1erfecUr agamht the dirt at11 1m Inity It Is made from ihf best sc li ted what It Is ptounit m one of the boat and cleunst mills n tu con try The flour Is packid nt the mil whence It comes direct ta us Hen n sock today and st Inir that la all flour and that of the VITV Legit J H Baughman d Co A W CURD Burgin KentucKy 1 nrnnTrnd uatc fftSroneV fttlonal School huve had ex perlententheblgaialeat thoUnion sutd some n eachhorseday Auctlontfrlng is a Itulld It with 1bllldOo ur tt roleo Ilon- mllkealeI10yourpdvanlusIUNEIIn 11111 Harry JacobsDenier In and Manufacturer of Marblo and Cranito Monu monts Vesand bettee Fotti Office OlIIolory nnd works tnwB Mc Kinney Ky Spring Summer Stock Hav your meature taken by a tailor of ex erleu Then your clothes whethern tow price business lUlt or the Iliivtt evening clothes will hnve that InillvJduullty and lit wblch plainly Indicate they were made to your uirmnre will also take your incn ar rq trousers fancy VIIIa tor coati and overcoats HprlnBandHumme tarupiu ua wind ready fur YUur II O ROPLEY The Tailor HtnnfurdKy MASONSMEET T Lincoln Lodge No eo K A A M will meet In tinted cominunlciitlort on each frt and third Monday nlgbts of each month at 7W oclock In their hall on main streeet Stan l ford Ky Momlwri of Uter lodges are frt ternnlly Invited to bo precut T W ler nlnnton See LS N TIME TABLE No 21 South 1188 PM No a Houth 1043 A M No it North ttO A M No n NorthBW F M NofJ 1029 AM fin fti IMru JOS S RICE Agont W A TRIBBLBFurniture and Undertaking DayPhone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford Kontwr y u= 01 7 GyO Cc3 gClc-o n co N 0xY IIIIo CIg Y 1OC c C 0 9r l 102-UI u =c IiII0c c O rQ- cECj Y- U Y s s t H Stanford AUCTIONEER I n Bring Your Produce To Us We have opened a produce Lowe on Som end teed andwill pay the higW market price for all kinds ol country produce Drug ui your duff MtO SOStaalord Ky BLACKSMITHING 1 firing your lilBekimltblna and general repair work to me Hone shoeing isle oppotilePhillipsStanford Ky L LBeazleyCoJ UndertaKer and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingBRugs They will exchange Furniture for ill Kin of Stock Give Them II CIII Price Right 1r psFQRD KENTUCK Ir CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I can lurnlin the public with the best nt well 01 tbe trribeat or cut flowers plants of all kind bulbs potted noweri on short ootlce Also make a specialty of wreaths purpoteiIn aboye I have all kinds of vegetable on hand at rvatonablo prices WIR1STtAN OJt1lEN JlOUMFH KD II VI1HAHU 1HOK Slallrd Ky CONCRETING TWe are ositiontodonlkinds of con crating such as lllock Work Pavements I and in fact wo cnn make any hlng from e house down to a fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee nrtclnu prlcnbeforePHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky J J BELDEN For house carriage and sign painting djro- rnlle iiaperfcanglnt alto buggy trlinnilne or till kinds such na tops recovered curtalms and boots matte Stop over Aldrldgehrblack imltb shop Vest Mala Ht Hianford Ky I Phone No8 24 J J 11ELDKN Stock of Merchandise for Sale I I desire to tell prlvatelyjmy stock of Uro ccrlei end Hardware liolng a good bull I nets Will Invoice about ttjXO Itcaion III health OKO P HOPPKH Htanford Ky When Hungry oo TO Canon Restaurant Lancaster Street Stanford K teals served at all hours up to lldnjp uS Best place luj wnfor a good quick meal Cooking to suit our cuitomers our specialty Splendid new line of fancy Groceries Qot Coffee Sandwiches plesXOutter milk and tweet milk etc at all times Wr A CARSON Prep d j l t v if 1 i tAfl fI DrceU IfuTf Ithtr6oforrifrroor1 l i c H HO You Are Never Well Dressed Without aGenteel Becoming Hat The size andeshapeof a mans face should control the Ff r =styleIof his hat Fullshapedn1 PanamasrI Y ac J Setsoijs 7r it350 and 5 for the larger and older I nen Yachts Stiffs and smallshaped soft r hats in the fancy colors at 1 to 4 areH J the things for the young men We can suit all ages and sizes iltJ A ji t r dI a- i GGe oooi oooaacooooooG ioo A it 1 H J McROBERTS GO O0O0000000 000000 000000000 G L Penuy It II Coffey E K Coleman Dr Hess Poultry Panacsa JJt 2Vl inuko iwna lay cure theta UM t inneriand keep them inc The increase in tho number ylorIt it rnldat Pennys Drug lfirQ K- nof w 11 PENNYS DRUG STORE ainnford Kentucky Detroit Vapor I The Latest In OIL ZTOV5At Absolutely Wicklcss NoAs ut bcstos No Cotton Wicksf The VeryThinfjfor f4 Summer Cooking i Makes life in tile kitch v en endurable inhot t weather OED H FARRIS sj fi B Northcott DEALER IN Live And Dressed Poultry Eggs Ice Coal Wool Hklte Furs Salt Lime Ginseng And + Feathers I tPhbne35Luncaster Ky t Branch Hotse fordKyt rr j 1 + thiirmnn Ic Tudor M- grjjjjjjjjjjjjTjjjjjj I f hlDAY JUNE 24th 1910 THE IftTEIUOR TOUIlNAf PAGE THREE KY faeJf Jh Mens Tan Low Shoe btJnCorrect Styles and Best Quality Regular 300 Shoes ati195 fif Mens Patent Low Shoes IrlHigh Grade Goods sold at 4 and 85 Take any nt 8295 Get your future needs out of this sale and save 81 to 82 On Sale Monday 8 A M I SON Stanford + 1 NEEDLES Bobbins and Shuttles for DrugStorePERSONALS t PMiss Bcaslo Hlffc Is the guest of JIIs Lucinda Lutes MfsB Lucinda Lutes vliiUid fncLilo at llustonvlllo lait week Air and Mrs Harry brya irt riJolo cd over the arrival of n line boy WIWalttr K Smitu of Clifton Forge the guest of agar Mary IlrucofX Elizabeth Tnmme is nov+ rtunographcr for prcsldont M t JjiJiLnon of the Eureka tvirnlt Co Mrp W O Speed of HuctonvilK took tho train hero for LafolUtte TsnnM where eho Is visiting relative IBSCB Dolla Godbcy and Julia Bads ul lluiitonvillo have returned homo Inrni a peasant visit to Dr and Mrs dike Jl Godboy at Perrj title Ir and Mrs Itobcrt Scudder and Mr and Mrs Richard ScuJJer Mpoit tlfu 7iok end with Madison rounly Kjlallvcs and attended Jin wedding nf lh lrBlKtcr MUs Lucy Sciidder to Mr Arthur Collier PK Trlbblo Is 111 at ale homo p uon South third Street Ha IB reputed ns soma bettor today Boyd Weather lord nttcndeJ tho danco given by the tilts llustonvlllo Social Club last Fri day night Danvlllo MoMuiiger iUscs Sarah M Dunn and Mar 1 tgarttVWarron will nrrlva home Salur Jilt night from Northampton 111 aIhl1J they graduated with honor fitnV Miss Yales school tar yonnc laJII Tho coming seholnstt year 11fInunn will teach tit Jaehnn Mifj and Miss Vnrren at Hnire 1ttt forkt Viu W P Klncaid anti Vrt 111- 1rater were guests of Mr I U faro- tde In Garrard this we Mrs Joseph Mitchell of Corbln was the guest of Mrs A II Severance MrS I mbry who has ntvi been ilio guest of Mrs Severance has returned to her home In Cincinnati Mrs J W Bryant of Springfield li too guest of her sisters Mesdames Kandolph Harris and Jesse Walter Tho Warren Orlgsby Chapter of the tj D C will meat with Mrs J C Nuys next Tuesday nfterooou at four oclockMr T Brown of Kings Mountain was a substantial caller nt this of lieu yesterday He was aMotnpr nlod by his daughter Miss Berth Mt J B Paxton went up to Jtlch mend yesterday to dlspot of a case In which he Is special Judgii Ho vas accompanied by hIt children M t B Joan and Master Jarnnr Paxton Ylsz Sit Both JarocH of nilur dai MUH a former Uucon coviiy gli Is the guest of her aunt Mrs J r ioldau at Crab Orchard MB llol our rams down Frlda to 1oIt Lour fret D W McQueen suuorlnti nO ml if ac Carlisle city slmls was tie Ktitsl of Prof W 0 lluisivr Mr nnl Mrs S D Bartley have ri turcd from in extended nip to north cm results Sertt John Hubble formerly of this county but now an officer in Comrnny L 9th Infantry wmtt Is on duty nt Cainp Downaa Ltyte Philippine Islands scud one dollar br hubsorlption to tho Interior Jour sal which he WB ho caniirt do nilujut GO a J e O a eO 80meeeeeaGo G r 1t lit t- iqtt 0 t f Gornet- f 1sws- al t t t 16t f4fiblour gThey will not fade L Allwool Blue Serge or Light r Crash Suit or a Light Quar kt- L terlined Twopiece Suit r 1L w Will Keep You Cool on Mr il j fts These Hot Days on w 3rtrr i t cation Trip 2 r f v S t ii You Will Find Our Line iFU11 of Cool Clothes i5 tf FOR HOT WEATHER I a SFs1 Cummins Wearen j STANFORD KENTUCKY jto t- tr j t This store s the home of Hart Schaffner Marx clothes 2 e Men Celebrate the Glorious Gourth in a pair of Bargain Shoes PatentLeathersdifferentlinein the center of our store and you can have your choice at 195 and 2 95 Ttu Ladles Aid Society of thu Chris Men church will meet vltii Mm v Uubanks next Tuesday afternoon Zitfci at 230 A full tcudnnc3 IE rtToll rated Mrs May S Gurnott of Cave tily laud Mrs George Moore of iltland 1fi r wilt arrive toniRlt to be Hu kiitiftn of Mrs Joseph S Iticc Hard Up For Secretary tlT OTHER PRESS OF iCERS ARE VERY CAPABLE MEN Mlddlesboro June V4 Cincera of tho Kentucky Ires i At rociatlon for the ensulns year wire f + ed as follows at the ilmil ses + tan II Thursday President A U Miller of ibe Richmond Climn Vlr free dent Col W B Haldenvin uf the Jou iotille Times SecretaryTreasure1 ulon ffaufley of tho Suilopl It boor Journal chairman of he txicui ire committee E 13 jhintlul or the Shelbyvllle Record iho members of the Awtclntlin Brin most of tho last lay on the duntains surrounding Mllidrhtioro A viokcr at the Elks large conudrd UK feslUltlcs Out of a membership cf 2 iMMUra Jtl were present It the ni tlu of ilP KlKhtb District Publhhurs Ittlr were opened for the uanr101111I fur six months and ofllccrn ed ni follows President J II Kings Mountain Ajros Johnson has rotwrriec from Krimtund whore ho has hero oiiittd In the B K N H slnou rub5 MIM ftilln McKco has gono 19 IllrliiouJ U rttond school IIIB Chlvoletto has iiOt talc the bn jail competotl bj SiMviim hitalottebases Maud and Uolit ilium ttttk tho teachers X11hl1tu lit ttAaurd lridsy and 1111t iv y sees fJiuru and Xefii 4klnuwn tr to WnucstlurlC tittt I tidilY KM Kite the L 0 T Mtimf M n Murphv wont to Start iJ to In fluted into tho Knights of lytlilis Ms Loo of Mlddlcbur Ix ttiu1- lrr Jurltha Murphy Dr It i Ilnt t IIII iu town doing soma dental uik Mr Wm Skldmoro ani Mrs Clara NCI tfvisited In Loulsyno cost wwh f MFlornncoto 11 Ins leuiur ticllmdrwhlcll he hn i ndrurtri d U Exans has purctiunM 11 suet hue vngluo to run his plamni mil He wi move Lola saw rig m1 largo vu Finn to Bush Crock white he Ire 1 cothawing to do V liter Uros have ini rcvoi tllu tats of their stororoom ay IQJ1 a i1 coat of paint tq it lMiioctl Murphy wife IIM 1111 guile hi I still on the mend II Cannon has puro4ivJ t t iiii lic oi from Cicero Muruuy n t iii h lir JI BQOU erect n dwel tt K Hoiton bought a idle I nil i f i 1C at n fanny figure Jne deacons and oflicjt of npt olnt Baptist churl havi uitnn t dt tOllcera training ilua4 uiin Pr trcon chairman and U It CIMitinO sifictnrv The purpose u the orRai Ailloti is to advance 113 Sunitny r jcp work Tho mceilik la set for cath Sunday rooming a j Vciml FOR SALE A good carpet and few other hoagie hold articles Apply nt College WANTS TO HELP SOME ONE For 30 years J F Doyer of For tile Mo needed help and couldnt find It Thats why he wants to help some ono now Suffering so long him self ho feels for nil distress frcw backache nervousness loss of appe tite lassitude and Klclnoy disorders Ho show that Electric Blttcra work wonders for such troubles Five bottles he writes wholly cured Inf and now Im well nail hearty HH also positively guurautced for Liver Trouke Dyspepsia blood dlaordurs female complaints and malaria Fry I them COc at Pennys Drug store l Short Local News Ill fer twine nt W H HlM nn Stable for rent Mrs Mattie D Kirby I Jowilor guns tobacco n rry and lee Jiuoliera Oeo H Karris urge llnoofrlncesi dressers drupels and rugs W A Trlbblc Tor ealeFiral class Ben City thresher at a bargain W O Vniker Stanford Ky For Sale Brand new Oliver type writer latest model at a bargain Ed C Gaines Lancaster 313 Our clothes cleaner and repairer Is on duty again ready to watt on the trade Cummins s Wcaren + Found Pair of ofdrimmed spec tacles Owner can get same by pay log for this ad This office Mv barbershop will In the future bo open Sundays till noon Ed VII JdnKin 312 LostApinwithletters N E C 0 Reward for return to Sev erance Sons Hure Bearing Sisal T binder twine at 8 cents a pound J Q Weatnurfonl- HuBlonville 33 Mrs Leslie Carter tna Turners vllle section recently sold a counter pano for SO It waa a very hand some piece of work Vionounced by rolllicns thn RTC test ioU + nlh naker appetite build r nnd hf iHb restorer IlolllJtT Koely Mountain Tea will mnk u ITJ that llfo Is worth living 36 eu Tin r Tt Hots it Shugars Taiiwr B r 01 ICE TO SHAREHOLDERS OF LINCOLN COUNTY NATION ALn ANK At a mooting of the directors of this bank at ita tinnlUuK hotse In Stanford Ky on Juno IH I910it vas resolved that a meeting of he share holders bo called to moot on Tuesday i July 20 1010 at Its banking office III Stanford Kyto vow on tin propc Bitlon to amend the articles of lasotm Uon of this bank as follows I Kiiat To Increase capital to100 000 i nd to authorize the director to I set prlco of new stock ScuntTo number of directors to imveaso the fllftten W M Bright Cashier IoOl lceover tit J RC erts Stanford Ky I How to Cure Eczema Pimples And Dandtuff Wo desire 9 to say that when we took the agency for Zemo we were convinc ed that it was a valuables remedy for eczema pimples and dandruff Yet we must frankly admit that Zemo has far exceeded our expectations as a treat ment for skin diseases Wo are pleas ed to state that we shall continuo the agency as Zomo has given splendid re sults wherever recommended Our customers like Zemo too because it is a clean vegetable liquid for external use Zemo effects its cures by drawing to the surface of the skin and destroying the germ life that causes the disease leaving the skin clear and healthy It does not soil the clothing or linen and can bo used freely on infants I With every purchase we give a book let ou bKiiroiBsosci explaining in simpiu I words how any person can bo cured at home of any form of skin or scalp ills eases by this clean scientific remedy G L penny Druggist u J cLflcCIary 1 i Undertaker and STANFORD EmbalmerI C HIM Phone let u- I JII II Mens Bargain t4Silk tI v tour pairs to one customer e 1 1fSEVERANCE Kentucky aleyS 1H11Inrd80n SocksI 1 Notes and Accounts Collected H ItWe collect notes and accounts anywhere in the United States jffe 1 charges unless we collect Also look after claims of all kinds I Bank references Correspondence solicited Jj MAYS 1WOODSONti r 1 7- 1I I FountainShirts I AND Arrow Brand Collars The Style you like and the size you want 3 1- Ql T T r w E PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY L1 rIf s IJ tnrtinIno Hughes T V Humble W 0 2 NEW NECKWEAR EhWe call your attenrion to our new line of Dutch Collars in stylish effects of a pretty White Lawn with Lace Trim- Jnh2gs Also a hcautiful cofAwX ttcc Collars Jn rind White II AJ50 new JabotsIfrn one two1d t fhreo4 s r a IDlack IJIeffect with Cluny and Imitation baby Irish trimmings y I t1as It I HUGHES MARTIN COs 11 jI Dry Goods Notions Shoesi Ltt STANFORD 1 KENTUCKYad Double Your Profits by an INDIANA SILO Itlisrain therefore corn hands the field loses 51 per per cent total food value 1LO is 95 per cent Why continue to waste oor stock When the each of all and fully guar line acres of corn Also agent for the most nents Cutters Practical md loader led by cutting and shocking cent by putting in the SILO saved by feeding through Use kayeINDIANA boldsfeedsuptodate ensilage andeqtip conveyor and corn elet1Ij R fe GAINES AGENT ir 11JUi L irFOR SALE if r j Good dry oak lumber suitable fori barn boxing Lumber piled at McKin Ineyand Moreland Ky at which points we are closing our operations Eorprices and terms write or phone MrWT Earles Hustonville Agent Dhlmeier Brothers Cincinnati 0 r i OFti SCHOOLS E BAPTIST METHODIST AND CHRIS I 1WK SCHOOLS UNITC OTH I ER NEWS I Mlddleburg Junu 23rd 1la there Is a new baby at Jack Well l an Jack Is aa proud of it na a 1ttle 1 ttj IE of his first pantaloons i IB the call for a primary to nnzs date a republican candidate for con FRtesr is plainly stated ihaC rpubll caws only will be allowed to partici pate in said primary This seeirw to Sara been a waste of space for butt ly an democrat that Is fit to w barked at ty the dogs would wan to partlcl t late Ib a primary in whirl Caleb towers was a contending party Mrs Clay West died at Burnslde toe week and was brought hero and tued at Green River ahurch Yose tl lie She was a daughter of J li Carter who usel to live at y ellite ut moved to Burnslde somo ten years i ago Mrs West was 35 yearn of age aal daft mother of tour chlMren There will be a big Sunday st hoot r tally held at U R Jones famous pic i flic grounds on Saturday July S th t The officers and teachers nf tho Bap List Methodist and Christian Sunday schools have united to make that a I day of great Joy to the ohldtun of the threee schools everybody will be invited to come and bring well Itla day full of joy lIra dohn W Black who lets iiecn I I Ruse conspicuous In the raamstratus i here of late caln on Calva y I again one day last week and itJhlgaiu under arrest Mrs Blac ietms to have been on thi war path I 3or some months and dpesnnt useta i to mind fighting In the wurU Slit i3 just lately spent a few days wit- hautcI Richards at Llbcrr rather Kiaa pay a fine assessed agalust her t I at Twemite some mqntha alncc r S C Sine was here most of last i week working In the Interest of the Maccabees W T Cornier 14 d 1 dUugntcr Miss Nannie took in thp school convention at Dunn y and Sunday Miss Mary has returned froui Sherman where she has beef vwltlns 4returned Misses Ruby Leo Fold and Wandle Hatter have from school at flowim g Wallace Steel of Big South with A FL Wmcy j Every Month writes Lola P Roberts of j Vienna Mo I used to be of the time and iIsufferedwith backache and 4 headache My Mother who byiift 1 been well ever since1 49tI 2ScZ I TakaIGARDm I iTheWomans Tonic tr Cardui is a gentle tonicr for young and old women if preventsfI helpsEf from harmless froqtsand herbs it has not bad aftereffects does not Interfere vitit the use oft f any other medicine and can goodTryCardui r 1 I you Your klCrgellslt Prof G B Everett WILL HEAD CRAD ORCHAHD SCHOOLS NEXT TERM Crab Orchard lima tl 7 he teachers for the trailed Sdilha+ e been engaged for tats tint trim lathe lerm Prof G U Kvurvit o Baing Green will be urlnclivil lie ciiifls highly recommended and wilh au experience ot eight yenrs Ho till have as his assistant Miss iArt Tujior of Somerset wio has lat received a State certllfoiio fmni tie iinn school at Richmond Tins oJ Itself IH a guarantee f Ir ot1eleny is U n Pettus of PivarliTMvllle U highly recommended as bitu ni MI thy qualified to perform tho iliilcs ot ho chosen professlJU ts Mnr I ervt Cullcn of Crab Orchit nho hell ii position in the SMOI lal irnr so rcceptably it was deemed ten by the school council to rcniua fur t o brat term llif 1 O O F havd uuemmd the pltrty they have occett sn InU tor a JoOge from Mr Curtit iuvur 1 hey are having a metal roof put t aifl otherwise repairing mid rciinel ns V hUe the spirit ot iruirmw it ruum us and the weittitr IR fi+ nr silt it would be nice U have the side rjslks mide reaching from the c itral ar tuna to the sulphur v lInt the M Linn This has been promised ly our ciy fathers and we Bust it that tart y Vsy and mke ha whi thv KIII I 10115LOin oa Sunday June VJtn U 11 ml Mrs Buster Fife i twelve round i ad y girl Mr G W Spangler a iM to 1 TliciiciiB Robinson of Liicai ii n yjiinp mare well trained fur s iini kr roses for one hundred anl Mfty Iv4 counts or HeJ U One fuvil Ket up1 u r ram a good sl e stable and ilsib jirn cute Apply to Mrs IIauntl I Surer Crab Orchard I Trr salt Several plwsjs of huG i told furniture Includity a piano mil 1Ii suitable for an u ICU also llva feather beds Mr Hannah L IISItsar Mr and Mrs W P Walkr Mi au Mrs Icon Fish MO SDI Harry at I Hud r Bragg Ihomoor nirs lie ales r and Elmow 1 IHKMH n roused a party to LoulJ V b It- i i ss the aeroplane tights r pg Annie Bronaugl left Mmidajr for Freslonsburg to maU a orotraiiid vKlt to Mrs F Smith M ss Bessie Holmes U viltltu ill yt rooJ Free Liver RemedyI- t ii well to stop a Physical ail i meat at the first signs of its approach and that is especially true of liver trouble which can eventually give rise to so many serious complications imagineitwrong remedy When the liver doe not store up auf Iurclhlanl1lnthLt t complexion the pimply face the otIInrredlentsespUvlty of liver havewrittenachieved with his remedy and who areglad to make the facts public so that JICcnnedyA manyothers startedtheIt you wlil send your name and address bottleTatla promptly cured with this remedy ormoney will be refunded Having tried remlarway IIIover rathnrtlo tablets and salts which SytupPepsIn ItIsnot stnnit n violent pleasedtodesire for yourself or family pertaining to absolUtelytree detaILForname and address on a postal card or otherwise For doctor CaldwenR6000a1dwell Golden Seal the root or the above plant la a vory useful medicine Many people gather it in our rich woodlands during lire summer Few people know how valuable It U In dyspepsia catarrh and as a general tonic Many thousand pounds of this root aroused each year In the famous catarrh remedy Peruna This fact explains why everybody uses Peruna for catarrh tln el Htdd Coop all I sun Ar rail ol Louisville ore vltlni tho frtly ot Mr Charles R old Mrs ff 1tT Spangler anu Mis 1 ii vlitifd Mr and Mrs FA lfi of r alIltfru Q Cummins or IVoiiclirit ullond Mrs Jnmes I1 Inpston and ti rein of the county wure + IJtriJ- r Ari Flem Cummlus tin wwk 3s Rannle Burk d Ltxlimoi 4i i U Lillie nallou c nfnl nrv tailors of Mrs Mallit lilt Mr Robert Miller ot Ow u lioro nua ten n guest of M and MM J M TllIer and family Mfc Mollle Burgln Ibi 1 lnIIY tu sell lends and relatU II ItUJi iUlltl md Sliclbyvllle At Fannie Thompson la + l HIm her + nndmothcr at ML VVun Mr S C Lackey ot itIlJoolRrlt s nling his father an other r lv MfMUICH Stella and Lua SIB huller Or rnn Lick are vlItln Mr iid t rt J c McWhorter auroUi r teta tees Hey N Taylor j 1 utvlllc t i fntat the praY IIltllti HI tilt Jll t church WoJaetdiy vjt mot li11 made nn IntcrwtiiK hrt- uu te will remain Jr suvtnil ctale und consented to c U b tt uvrday evening no I Suiu iy uoniV COMMISSIONERS SALE tit T Adams Admr Plaintiff vs W T Adams Rears Defendants rsuantr to a Judgment In the shove styled case rendered at the tia term 1910 ot the JJncoln Cirul- Court the underslgneiVcomralsslaner will on Monday July 11th 1910 at 1 oclock PM In front of the court house door In Stanford Ky offer for stile at public outcry to the highest and best bidder the following desclro ed real estate A tract of land on the waters Cedar Creek In Lincoln county lien tacky beginning at a rock on a branch anold corner to Wilson Adams 8 42 w5 poles to red elm In Old Turn bull line N 8j K 52 poles to a white oak Smiths corner thence Smith and Turnbull Hue W 48 E 99 poles to two red oaks and black gum old Dlshon corner thence N 42 W 10 poles to a stone Plum ners corner N 47 B 1 12 poles to two white oaks In Pluniriiern line thence N 29 WM09 poles to a atone corner to Adams lot thence with same N 40 B 23 12 poles to u stone N 24 34 W 8 poles to a stone thence N 73 W 17 votes to a stow near a spring thence S 3 14 K 21 poles to stone on west side of branch thence up branch to a stone on u binl between road and Branch and near a black oak tnenco S 31 B 21 poles to ijeBlnntn3 contaIning 61 acres Terms Said land will be sold on a credit of sIx months and the chafer will be required to give a bon with approved personal surety for the purchase price payable to thp Commissioner the same bearing six saleehaving the force and effect of a Judi inent and further secured by lien on tho land mIII SAUFLEY Coromlsitloner Lincoln Circuit Court George U Florence Worpeyj BRING YOUR HORSE ALONG and look at the latest In harness lie will approve of It as well as you Our stock of saddles are strong and well made and as for whips fly nets quanrtities and qualities to suit all tastes J C McCURY Stanftrd Ky FARMERS DEPThiN Jon S Uaughiann acid SI 11011 nvcraglng 206 pounds t6 J C Johns dralteFord A It 30941PnnledToloO or 200 acres in Incoln county Apply this office 313 Wanted two good horses five to seven ears old must be strictly sun l amt trnod drivers W I1 Klncald Sfiiord Ky M S naiighnmn Jr to t to 1 W- WIHtlns a Shetland pony for flat 114 will ship the little feu v to lrl KlnM FOR SALE JJ horse power traction onpluu conirnratlvely new Hur only a short time last season W L Cordlir toW hue Ky 3t For Sale Shorse Huber portable threshing engine John U Anderson n D No4 Stanford 31 For Sale 90acro farm well lowited In PulaskI county If you are looking for u farm at your own price see me Ft Ross Kings Mountain Ky Trosti year od bay mare blistered for fistula also 4yenrold bay horse Loth 16 hands high J H Romra Crab Orchard Ky r alhe Hyomel Got ih rnne lilifiDanl gern killing air you nntd gut In the eucalyptus forests f Ass truif and cure catarrh L I IViisv VJHI unices It Complete outfit ll Ix- nt bottles BO cents TO MAMMOTH CAVfc July 20th front Stanford and all WilY stations on regular morning tran a grcat three days outline for only 1265 This will Include thi railroad fare also board at Cave llod unit nrf mission to the several routes In he cave See large bills and L i N agent H iASEY COUPLE MARRY HERE I Mm Minnie F Cochran and Mr ViPtm F Kirk were marked at iLe Meihodlst parsonage Tuesda after uoun ty Rev J J Dickey Thu youns 1 fllle are from Casey county near the Lincoln line 200000 Feet of Lumber PricestI have 200000 feet of lumbei suitable for tobacco barns and oth er building purposes at reosonabli prices Cal on me or write me tin prices and tell me what you wont arid I can suit you WALKER OWENS Kyot YOUR BATH ROOM PuUMBINU u a most Important nonMdvrUtn I ten Its character the iieiJ nUll pv jinju life of you and v i 11 ll df lind U you are lUll wltnout modern sanitary plumbing In inltr Ialh room better have us chntii It at once licauQ you have hcw ofir mcnjud yndu will always be au ISll W K WARNER Phone 188 Stanford Ky Barn Lumber For Sale 120000 feet of Boxing Sheeting and Frame Lumber for Bam Patterns which I will sell for cash or trade for Corn Hay or good Horses and Mules Prices on this very reasonable for I waRt to sell Write me at once Respectfully C J SIPPLE London Ky InMTM TrtMM and Triat I WHft Nothlngfcut Inaurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Mao STANFORD KY Residence Phone sal Offlo l1li Insure with me and be fully protected Q D CARTERNew Llverv Depot Street Phone 00 TAN FORD KENTUCKY f we ave A new rind uptodhto line of odd welldressed OxConIAlsoent Leather and S- wedeClothing When you buy cloth i from us aroInOur hat department s now more complete than ever We have to show you the new Milan Straw aroundbefore SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY 0 lI I Get My Price On Ii1 I House Paint 1Screen Wire Cloth Cultivators Hoes and I 1 other farming ImplementsI i IL L SANDERS I I Crab Orchard Kentucky r t I you anything sell lath- eSTOK Take tor I Stock Yards He buyiand sel s dAY the s year except Sunday Bring your Best market the with Ieedf W MCAKTYPn WALTON VPrcs Lit HUGIIESS Stanford Estate Co Stanford KantucKy Farms and Town Property Handled CommiMiou Stoclu and Bondi Sold you Have Property Bell or Rent Notify Us Write for Circular R HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky UfH it1ia v i The Winning Feature of The t J OVERLAND CAR i tit Its Simplicity M 1It c i Anyone Can Learn to Run 1Foit Operates t on Onl Three Gears J tif WalterDunn Ius For I Free Demonstration fit rlr rl rrF If bave to JA LINE Nunnelleys New every in I on stock in State L E C T Real on If to to L J Is f Its the Auto for ill the Family forany Girl or Woman can Run itsEasily as a Man Just Let us Prove this to You t Cf Cecil AGENTS iPhone pleutyof 4 1 Danville Ky v p f P V V Wi V nW 1 u