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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): June 24, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 int1910062401_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): June 24, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. VOLt'MK xxxvir. The Interior Journal. HIANFORD, LINCOLN COUNT V. KKNTUCKY, FRIDAY JUNE 24th. 1SI.0 ur ii r i NO. 34. MYSTERIOUS ATTACK ON GARRARD STC PT. NEW STATE BANK MAN IN LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH HO1.DS PREACHERS FIGHT TO DEATH I OCTOGENARIAN ANSWERS CALL .'OHN AT REV.C.R.BLAINTOBE INSTALLED SUNDAY A3 PASTOR OF PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ELADORATE CERE. MONIES. GETTING READY CCMMTTEE DUY3 FURNTIURE AND FIXTURES FOR INSTI- TUTICN IN LOUI'JVIwLE. 1 KEEPER KNOCKED lEAD AND HIS PLACE IS BLOWN UP. MEETING AT 30SHCN UNUER AUSPICES Or LINCOLN MtDICAL 80Cl-TY- . - OLOODY DUEL WITH KNIVES WHITLEY COUNTY. IN W. MOORE PASSE AWAY HIS HOME IN LIBERTY. , eho Rock Ilapt'rt being Theiu w.irl.ire Whitley ujur.t' .i.i'l cVrch on all preventnblo disease" thro.-r.hV'liioitr's throat being out r m oar out the rlvlll7iKl world to ear. He died In a short time. 'I hal ini.ch may bo done nni h ln!liig The trouble grow out of "nurges dune along these lines Is conceded being nalnst Vanover, which j ti tli by the physician ur.d tho fnity tiUd in tho church when the fignt ocThe medical professliiu in the i.n- MlnlMor Perry and his cousin, ly .'.roiessfon lor buslncsi tliat ill lie J curred. IMainc Perry, are In Jail nt Vllliniiis-buig- . curtnm pway from Itself ny tel'lnr; wed. rikntelo liow to !t Is Rail that tho Rev Una.' Perry It Is an unequal fight. Inwevoi m at the Rev. Vanover while ne was sooner nr later both the doctor nnd tiiii In tht pulpit. Tho two men clinched, (he ratlent must nnswer to the deal'i and while struggling In jach outer's summons at whoe bar '.hero Is no day. th Rev. Perry drew a knlf.' At Pius same to know him. appi-n- l ol writ of error or iiu'jea ror tirmi thl' Juncture lilalne Perry sel-t- d the Several years ago Mr. Moore gave . :nnzo Denham, of Ludlow, spest pus or now trial. to till vl.al ho knows 01 tb alTalr No Riv Vanover. It Is said, and held him, up (arming on account of enfeebled last week with his parents Mr. and II Is a final decision wnicn we :nS Preachersville. clew r:ui be found to tin ipetrntor. while the other pulled his luiir.? across health and moved to Liberty where Mrs. J. P. Denham, near Jun.bo. theri-rrdi"d and all must MImi Alice Lion Is vlalfe? Mrs ct the CasUirdly deed. the Rev. Vanover's throat, infil tins .1 his iltath occurred. After funeral A falllni; tree killed a valiiaole we as doctors and as pal'iut': ci!i- - ..md to which he iucuu' jh in a kurltpal nl hla Into tinmii rl.a tr.mlr. Henry Orman and other relatives In dfg belonging to riniotu ) were laid to rest In tho little ceinetery Danville. ziu are perfectly willing to tell all jhnrt while. Nn; iir Lightning Plays Havoc S D. Carpenter Is bulldliu a nice I but Is known of how to ?et well nnd at Llbertv, there to aw all the resurMrs Allen Burrls, of Colorado l.oi. to stay well. taoitory residence. Springs, has arrived tospenl tne Sum-ine- r Pr J G. Carpenter had a most ex- rection day. many thlng.i wlileh the There are l(t Pierce l!r)nnt nMI pn'iih nt I'lES VAUDE CARTER SEH'OUSl V with her mother Mrs Jennie Carhaustive paper on sanllatlcp asepjls. public should know that wi. Id pi the Laptlst church Sund&y next. penter and other relatives Sn'CKED OTHER DAMACE the laws of health nnd hyt.itm Pleasant Point bj ol Inertlmable value to both tho Dr Carpenter Is long winded und en A snnrm of honey lum Ahile Ray Foley lost an occii faced silver L.kl,lr.lni; ,iU)ed hav,r in Lincoln htved at took .t pr.ticnt and the doctor, a: for oxa'.iple t; ii'.,r.ing, therefore l could not repro-lir- e Park' watch while en route to Stunfcrd last cuiutv i'urlnK tho slom whirl: r.iscil notion to hlie themselter In a mole tin' destruction of nil excretions from nil of his paper as 't would (III RESIDENT HAS NARROW ES' APE court Cay. A suitable rewardpwtllibe., la-in rsday afternoon ?li FROM DROWNING M'nle drn In the bee yard. Thuy were mc nil i.utents nnd especially fiom those this issue of the Interior Journal Shu. If returned to John Foleyat "rt r uaughtcr of Pete V. Carter, rotsiully hived In proper sharto niter lu have the mo? I Infectioi.i dl.JOif.ei Among some of the good th'ngs Geneva. James Dye had a narrow escape such as tuberculosis, typhoid fever I must mention Is his able exegesis I'.Acrliifr a window .it her home bi'inf, dug out Harison Walls, a clever, hard worki n from drowning, Friday whi'o rrotts- - ing joung man died at the home-onear Mi Coru.ark's chirci. We are Informed that Mr Leroy pneumonia. d:pthcria, measles and on the ever present houu fly ,t ku. ' 1 l! 'iblns who once llvel noir here neirliy. She t.o'l fever. diseases to litt 'juck Creek. The water was h'li Ballard Yocum last weerf of lypusld Hi. attributes many Ii.i.l to Is cntigerously 111 of typhoid fever uur ihu:.)iib and physician Ir docs not require argument In Hits Ih'.u est. Could you have heard lilrn and his team In trying to cross came fever He wa3 burled at Eason'a w; cjliphtened age to prote tint uu.bt wwi'd fchudder to see th- - fly H.;ht up ntir being drowned also. But ae .'ih her a grca' r tart i the at Ilrodhend. grave yard Sunday. Ho had been In thoughtful turned tlni horse are Infectious .f until she is much Impreu'.l Mrs. Timothy Naylur'H hands were diseases tho employ of I. G. Terry for. thee on he butter, pastries and fruits. ot crossing farther, thin hud to ytas. her many frienM will or both. severely burned by a skillet of grease He pointed out that the fly Is nut It is desirous at the hand ot both particular about the compaa lt keeps wait several hours for th) water tn t ad to know. ca'ihlng fire. .'diss Delia Combest, of Phil, was Sndlti Yowoll, of lluit'jrivi U u.i Thomas Naylor sold some I104 to tht putlent and the doctor. Hut many md he klnl of material through which subside. On the same dav Winston the guest of Mrs. Stanley Stevenson. alto bady shocked by a ball which . P Rusby at SV4c. 1). M. An.bTst.n eat.es of accidental nolsouin or otlur-- a It wades. The Uy fre.iuents tnese fnow had a fine mare to drown in I). It. Skinner has returned to hit lu the Wost End. A cov 1'o'ur.sliiK of Stanford bought about so that the laity know- - and use nmi en and comes and walk-- i at lit- Green River. acres of Va. after spending two week? In Mm Sob Williams w u kllLrt and land off of the Crimes lam'at $iiU the antidotes before the doctor nr- - osty over our edibles and flnilly takes Simon Petrey makes frequent visits with bis family here. a liny itack burned up. cases it a bath In the cream pitcher or tumbler here. His attraction la a young Mrs. Ueorge II. Colsou, who has rhet. because In too man The entertainment given by the Hus otixille Dramatlt Co., men tilck, was Improve 1 cnou.h to Is verlastlngly too late when the die-to- r of milk. You may lmaglno seme lady on the Somerset pike. it Alcorn's THE MARKETS V. II. Klngsnew residcace is Hear- Opera House was a decli'e I success. ' e arrives. lo'be moved to the home of her p Tr more things about the fly which Dr. Om ot the most couiruin puisuns CnrtnDter said In an extended article ing completion. James Ranch bought The house was packed ami standing ent. Mr. nn! Mrs. I). T. Lunsford Cincinnati, O., June 2i Cattle At thlfc writing she is nifch Improved. Is catholic acid nnd tin. initdot-- i H like this. Therefore he nays screen of L. O. Gooch a fine span ot mules room was at a premium. 372: market dull nil wcV fur Mr. J. Averitt and wife of Mis. J. II. Rlgsby who has been In Ir. the camphor bottle and as tho ilch r ngalnst the flies and annlhllats them for 1350. 10 vool shippers IS.2SW.2.. common Rev. J. A. Singleton Is able to be were guests of her vareats, a precarious condition for some time h.l 01 whisky which it contain. . J.lTt; mar lu ever conrelvable way and vtve 4l'Cr:5;. Hogs Receipt-Spltler'n sanitarium the antidote for arsenic Is Iron nut many Uvesd doctor's bills. U would out again after a severe atUi k of Mr. and Ms. F. Yowell. ct low, iSQSSc lower, butihors sod Is now at Dr. froiii any source but an old nuty be lectssary1 to hear this lecture iheumatism. i nies Camden s horse to ir.-.- i mI a sappers l!.30(T9.75; covum-i- , JJtfU n ar Cmb Orchard. :. :s. W. M. Powers U 3U'ii-in- g with pas.'lnK auto and running away upold friend and school mate, ii on pipe Is to be born? in .nlnd. to fu'Iy appreciate IL Therefore hei'r Our Uheep Receipt 1.432; tmrUt steady cancer. set the buggy. The occupants were The antidote for commoa ly. Is It at your first opportunity andis Maiket Mr Charles Holtzclaw, who ;iow lives and slow. SZIH.IS. M S. Baughman anJ daughters ot course thrown out out fortunately nt Mutcblson, Kansas, has Lak.n unto v'i.egar to be followed by an enu'ilc. Dr. G. G. Perry was called uimi to l or an- - active HC7.S.'. himself a hotter hal' lie was inarrlcJ tutor nttne used lu wouuils is line wo nddress the audience but he preferred rjade a flying trip to our place in escaped a slight Injury, while vehicle on tht 16th. lo Mis- - Aunii Hundley, might continue this IndefiiiPelv but to listen and to say Amen to all that his new auto. fas completely demolished BAPTIST CHliRCH. AT THE U. power Is at home fru.o LexingKnow rer ot encrouchlng on too much valu- 7as taid by tho other professloncl 1ni Voung Ladles' TeiinU Club a iHipular lady of that ula-- : the ton. B. P Smith and wife were visit- w;ih about 20 guests spent Tues-- d KrsnBellst Daniel will ,lvu his lag Mr. Holuclaw since chlblh.d we able trace, I will not be too elaborate. r.iflhren. nro. Livingston lint-Le- d ' cbupvroiie.l b en "Success"' Bundav afternoon can ay that we never knew a better iv at Middleburg, At this Sunday afternoon sen Ice doctors In behalf of the audience ing at W. M. Alford's Sunday. were the Prof Robinson and wife. MNs.m church more thruthful or more hoii'it bey ncre llro Livingston presided nnd in I told of his close K. G. Gllllland and fumllv wlfi at tour o"c!ock at the and Rose McCorniack siw that This lecture Is fre and nil are raoit lu our life. We wish him well, Mr. iliere the Gospel of good hjalih the proicsslon In the sIck room T)ro. gueht8 of J. T. Brown. G. Routon wife and little (.iliu:-t- er all enjoyed the outtna; to the fullest. . cordial!) Invited to come and hear II. left hero In 1SU5 with liU parents. pvtched . Dr. M. M. Pallllps me Llrlr.Rton is known far unc" wide nnd also A. G. Dunlap ami family ".xtent. It. Thn church will bs m.iuo com Mr und Mrs J. W. Holtzclaw and pivuldcnt of the Lincoln Medical So- - for his gospel knowledge his mentil Dr Kdward Alcorn nan. TotunwAur fortable and ou will miss great deal l.i employed we'e visiting .Mrs. Fred Dunaway in postal servlc In ru: read a highly entertaining ftrenglh. He has been In his TfomWortburg. Tehn.', wherehe--not to rwar Mr. Daniel. fce'fvlce 16hfe oflt t riot wcary Suffdfcy 'at Halls Qap. on tuberculosis Its early rs:o;nlttiir mat city. D. Baxter wife and charm inj little lendtd the annual meeting ot the Cow 'A'hen superannuation the Ine.HahliOur lrleil Mr. Fado Parks the nnd prevention. may he. like Enoch, be trms-porte- da :, hter ot Kubanks, after a pie i&ant me:clal Banking k Trust Co., Ill miller and smith, owns a horse that Iff pointed out the aanltn-ctiuei!. to the everlasting eleyman vllt to relatives at Marathon, O., which he Is a stockholder. n..er scares at anything except bot of health and hygiene. I7n told how A team of horses driven by Sam and other Northern points art nov t.) net well In the early stages ai.d realiiw ot glory to bo met by a tle. Hey, Father pastor of Kn!nt F M. Martin who died recently to Hay well. How the patlerl m t of ancels and the mat tyre I sulnU with Mr. and Mrs. C. Urcwn at this Muri hy the Moreland liveryman, took Mr. frlghi at a train and ran all the way Sylvester's church, has gonn to Cut' at his home on Ulx River, was a clever lii. In the open nlr and to eat tho place. Iman, Ala., to make !it 11nn11.1l re neighbor, a good citizen nnd a member i.'ost nurtrlous diet and to iiitiry Hctor Gllllland spent Saturday and to Hustonvllle at full speed. They Garage For Danville treat, lie will be gone a week Sunday with homefolks. caiiu- - to a sudden stop at .. blacksmith t He all the excreta to prevent the spread of Reech Grove llaptUl church Miss Laura Wilson Is expected home shop, und strange to say without much The children recelv.jd their tint was born In Lee county Va . Sept IS, o irtectlon. In fact there wnio too LITTLE FROM NEWS lid') communion Sunday, it tin Cuiho 1847, and soon after his parents niov trfr.) good thing said lu thu paper OTHER toon, trom an extended visit to rela injury to either horses or vehicle. BRITAIN. like lie Church, there we're live girls and m to Hell county, Ky.. wtwrs Hy tj bo condensed In an artiei fives at Cynthiana. Miss Mary Elizabeth Nash, pretty . two boys. before emigniLnK thu: a short-tmiBy C. P. Cecil and Mr. Walter Dunu Mr. and Mrs. Kph Pennington, of to Missouri. 'At'the'agu of 13 he reW, l. O'Dannon then ca.o a D norntng consumatl a dal wltn llttlo daughter ot J. N. Nasb, uo has tft' Stanford, were up Sunday to s,cnd it.e turned to Uell conty with his patents lecture on tuberculosis in all the dlf Mr P.. C. Rerry for a lease on Ids pro- been in school at the D. & D. Institute HUME OF J. M. PETHCY AT OT- dtv with her parents. and nt tho age of 27 he wm married Until tissues of the body. on Fourth str.vl ndjolnlng at Danville is with her parents hero TENHEIM SET APlRf perty Mr. nnd Mra.' Robert Aradd, of to Miss Sarah K. Mason. In lliC he He wild all cases of wh'te swcllius tho Logann livery sta 'e. The south S. Harmon and wife are '.itlnc During the fierce thunder aud lightof Louisville, were up hew on their moved to this county uud bo'tght n were nothing more or leas than lotltcn of the old building will bs ra. their sons In Boyle. ueCdlnr trip were' marrlni wd. farm upon which ho was living at ot the part sfectti" ning Morn. Thursday afteiuou. the automobile ed at once and a modern Um wild tho nesday at tho Cathedral and camq the Uiae Of his death. U Is survival Rev. Shouse. of Danvl'N nme an home ot J. M. Petrey, a prominent :f the hip JolnL tuliu'rg. forty by sixty feet wth a rear I of the O Jenhelra ko.".i ..1 was Is nware that moNt of theso sheit 20 bv 30 feet t.ub'-dl hero Thursday and eol6ratAl by hlswlfu ami eight children. lit ,r,'l luutct-tini lecture on fore'gn m ssiuns l lh Ir wedding Friday, at the home of Ltttle'Mlss Ruby Cress is with her c.ibts were cured and mod n rrtuch ed its as poasbele. lt will ho at the Baptist Monday evening A Mrtirit by a bolt of llght.n.s i'1 on hre. The lightning uit a Hue and his parents. Tho lawn and pavilion friend. Mrs. T. W. Jonea nt Stanford, ir u r.rk-- sole tho remalnde. ( Ife. Two or three rushed to completion. litre crowd was present and well en caiue Into the house by the str,o were lighted by Japanese lanterns, Prank lllgiby was visiting Mr. and Iii further contends that scrofula Is until an Mrs II. C. Anderson, at iirmineau, tt.bercu.osls of the glands ot (he neck, nihchlnes will be kept lor rental. tu'slned. Rev. J. W. Peto.v will ipe Mr. Petrey and enj ot hl they ate drank and danced AMhurPrlnce, charged with chain- preach at the Green Rl -r were sitting on a bid In the nchool car'y hour. Peo Levi Dell and family wcro jj.wstn lie w.nts out many case wli-iMrs 11derfc11 ple had been cured without having ing a twitch guard to the Cincinnati rjoro, white Mrs. Potrey nud the natiy Mrs. Annie Krueger, of Mt Verno.v ot Mr. and Mrs. John Sunday morning Icieo Mrs. Henry Mrs Ona Naylor and non, Rb.trleq Nlcholjs-vill- i had vhoy vls'.tcd her slster-lnlaiico' in a rocker near the o 'Alt that aware bern Southern n mile north of very sick. StouClliq tuberculosis. Dr. O'Daution Ulked for "hMped unharmel. but it rollor was Iraub, who Is with llttlo Oliver Mosor THROWN FROM BUGGY. was arrested in Nlcholasvllle by knocked out from under a l'S of the. Reynolds Heck sold two shoats to fjundllng, "wero visiting lit. and Mrs, out halt an hour and therefore m. n. Northcott. tho wi known Detective T. R. Griffin and Capt, G. for 19. ted on which Mr. Petre sat. Mr. Nlkula J, M Luniford In Boyle. Vour corres. cannot reproduce all ot his lm hn t ot'uce 'ouyer of Lancaicr. The roof was set on hre anJ Mr. J'e-i- r; Miss Annie Zwahlen avi a hand-eo'ii- pondent visited reUtima at StinfordI W. F. Hickle held the floor v Helm, of this city. The Lt sister flagged reception In honor of had to go out at oaco and lluht headquarter liere. was 011 laiS branch until he almost had lo M drink of Iron which wa tound Mrs. Alfred Kocher. or Louisville a '.lie llaroes to save the uuiMiuo.. which Danville bv nadly hurt by, being tb'awit fro-the track was brought to ouwni to get him to quit. Ills COLUMBIA WINS TWO GAMES vas t'oae without much trsuhle. Mr and Mrs. Dusse huvo returned was: Conductor Dlneen, whoae. train s'ruck biiktjy by a wild horse .vhl'o drll:i; Ky. fit m New Port, po. opened tho Beaton at CoUmbla A SURPRISE PART' 'lirun ari It The bey arrested, c'himh n oe lu Garrard county severay days "General Infection." There were soveral case of immps home by defeating LitnV It twi age, but look? 'nuoi older ;ne or his limbs was bid'y stru'iiel In this section. where at present and this Is I. jeiirs of Miss Elizabeth Pend'cjlou pleiixam-- I' Mr. Henry Kidder gav? a Inwu fate K.ii.,es Young let Liberty doim wlln why doctors are so carefal aout hUt Pi'nce lenles his guilt, bat h:n mid a bitt his frienls will be gia I to know s.irpilsed her grandmother, Mrs M. In honor of her two sons, who made fTTr'i.cattered hits In tin rirl :amt llnp hands, towels and Instruments to ; .n.her o conflicting stjrie an.l the that his injuries are no'. fcerloM.Som-c- i Vlthers Saturday. June IS by inntheir first communion. Refreshments ihW and Stults allowed only rour IiIIh ing several of her friend 'o spenl the Idllor Cecil Williams, ct Hie P (llieers have decided to Inlrt him prevent infection for we consider were served. Times, nnd Mr. C!urii:i Smilli evening with her Nice re'reshi..nts la the second game. Tho f!nt 4ime wounds He claims to havo a partner who Hktr-rimost fortunate to heal Until Henxeu and Arthur Gutenson ciidiui. tvere terved. but Mis. WlUin ill I not rt ullod a to 10 In ravor of Coiuniblu will, out pus. Germs cannot withstand out. Otttcers gearsued aroiinl n tin-- thriving Puiabkt wpi t to Cincinnati Sunday Wednesday, und Leo lti.tierles Columbia, Vocn; ut.t' Ir irailrtstaud for tome tlu.o that the Miss Frela Hoyer and Mrs. Hli,U Bildse In hope of wpturim; the weic here r unit sunlight Kyer are hero from Clnolnn iti. Liberty, Wooarma and Miudlesboro. Rostnfleld; in r rise party was lu honor 'jf her Rolling water where feasible Is tho thu seiond boy. returnMrs Charles Knsslln gurai.. the Mrs. J. W. Baughraar. ea l sou. Wil- i ib tlrthday. Kveryouo had :i u'ost Watkirs. In the afternoon since and hU partner are tn.m bi'it dlsenfectant. ed, from her daughters wiiilu which Henry, left Friday morn tut picasant evening and gave Mti. Willi-er- a gcoic was 9 to 3 In favor ot Columbia week, He looks upon dusty caipets undTniiFSsee and the mlssln.f l.ul has liam In Louisville la took jduce many tood wishes lor many nioo In ihat Martinsville, Indiana, tor n sevir.il Judd, Silts and Rosentle'd; I solltd walls with a good deal ot in the reform school Oscar DIess has bought a handsome IMUerlea U I'j.iii tuy. buggy. happy birthdays. Liberty, Holt, Woodruui nnd Wutklns iclou. auto seated Statu 11 u.ytlcrlous attack w i in. km- - oh Messrs. .1. t), Bads nnd J. V Iliitehl- C.irl fc'uiiucrs. a slorckrtdto, ol Stun. aon havo returned from I.o.lsilltn Gnr:in' 'omity at nn ear'" h . .1 Fri- vhere they havo been to bjy tho day n.orr.lng. Ho wan .(.!.: fro'o Lin Iture and fixtures for tr New j!i residence, near tho ttor by a man Utate Lank and Trust Co., which Is at two (.'clock, who snld he n.inU'il lo aonn lo open up for bulnoti. They Set fume goods from tr.o mon An wee very successful In maklnu Mr Snuler entered the stun ne wax tiiidtv and secured hiiiilo-und ill on 1I10 head with ranilliaK nnl tiihstantlal supplies at a rimonablo knotted unconscious. l'i More was llgure. The directors of the Instl- 'nen Mown tip, It In believed Mth tullr.n have Just let the contract for Dunnliu. It caught (It-- , ami the the erection of n vault an I co.icrtte neiK.ul.crn found Mr. Sanders lying flooring to J. It. Powell In inc Odd across tho thresh sol lie i'!'Owa bulldltiK nnd U. L. piuiiiy .ind jih l.v'.lj burned, and as thuy cauftht I W llutcjilson were appointed a com tiU ' amis to pull blra away, tho l w'lleo to purchaso the eaUi for lh lesli camo away. bank. mi i.imlnatlon show-e- l 'uil the All details looklns to tin orKinl- 'mil been tampered wltu rnllon are taking share nnd It will In.Mr Panders .was ito seriously not be Inn until the Institution U jured, I wan thought nn waj ilend at rwid) for business. tli'M, but ho ha recovcrol sutiiiicntiy A t'la-tmi- A dispatch from WHIIati.sbi.if, I r.der the auspices of (lie l.lu.-i-ln Whitley county says: that 1I10 Rev. Copnty Medical Society, local tho Jtol.eit .Vanover. Itnd the Rev board of health nt the Invitation of Isaai Perry, ni'iui.tain lit v. J. G. Livingston held nn op"ti I le'ichcrs, who had been ooi.IIiiz at the Goshen chiitr'i Sunday t well-knowii ro-'v- : re p. M. Is meetings, fought a In In cn-ef- duel-vwit- h wage J 11 knives - w-t- .' After a lingering lllnesa and neral Hustonvllle, June 23 ilfbhity resulting from advanced ye.iM Rev. C. R. Rlaln will be Installed Mr John W. Moore, one of the riOft as pastor of the Presbyterian church substantial and highly rc.ipef clti- - hO.'e KLndnV M ftr mnrnlnv II ' 7en of Casey county, pus 1 away !Gm. ..,. ...'....'' . . nt n,nni ....., ..... uviiwvi uio 'Veilnesday night, aged Jl y.nrs. charge to the congregation. Rev. P.. K. was a nntlvc of Casey enmity C . of Springfield, will deliver and idl his life had been a fariih'r. the charge to the new minister nnd He was a successful b'islnesi man Dr Rl.inton, of Danville, will preach at.d leaves a comfortable" Mdate. at eleven o'clock that morning. H.'tldes his wife he leaves one ton P'-Blaine Is said to be a talentAttorney K. H. Moore, of Liberty, nnd ed Uitlnc, Is a native of VlrKlnla and four daughters, Mesdamet R D. and has many warm frlendj In Huston-vlil- e Ld Wilkinson, of this pluoi. Mrs. and vicinity where ho has o Crab Orchard, and Mih Port- - previously filled pulpits It Is expected nii.n, of Liberty. Deceased had Ire- - that a largo audlenco will wltnosi the iiuetitly vUlted his daughter here Ceremonies Incident to th Installation- and formed many acqualnlan-'j- i wn'th Mr. Stanley Stevenson wai elected r'pened into fast Irlendshlps nnd his asRlsinnt Sunday school superlntind-tn- t taking away is regretted by all wln of the Christian church lust Sunt.-Law-sonDll-lio- n I: i H 11 nu-u- t. l be-:r.- 1 M t:i-i- nn f 1 b?-in- g fin.r. irr irlo t, Sto-cep- .') - U 1 ,1 li e, n-- 1. 1 'i naplt is as'.i'3a Mar-Jor- le no-h- e ir'r mas-tu'r- Otteibeim. Io. v d ix-v- e Stuck Iigtowg i.su-all- y , c UII-(li- '- .. X speh Huh-je- i- hr tfiy n our-relv- ft hi fr fHm rAOE TWO RCAPINQ BENEFIT , ft,jaaMWX" Mi0mwnifc -- M THE INTERIOR JOUKNAIi. W rniBAY JUNE ,24th, lit TiieJnterioit Journal. EiUblUhcd KVBRY TUESDAY 1872. Fiori tht Experience of Peoole. SU-fi- rd AND FIUDAY We are lortuuatc lndj d to lo able At $1 Tcr Year In Advance. to profit by the experienvj or cur nc'ulil'ors. The public dtlerritiiv of Publlther tnnfoi(i residents on h fil'owlrg HELTON SAUFLEY it'Otct will Interest and IiciihIU thai- Entered at tbe Post Offlco at Stan- foiuli of our readers. H;tJ this tlnle- ford, Ky., as Second Clasi mall. it.ont. No better proof ca.i be had d lolm T. Harnett, carpentr, Tomorrow closes tho gnocUu-ulaftrect. Stanford, Ky., nja " I ctimralftn for tbe dcniocraili mimlt.n-(Irn- i uo' a great number of kMitvy t. fur Congrtsu In Ashlunl nlthln the past three Jems auil The race between Cnntrill nrd en ii ray that Doan's Kidney I'll.i t.ive Thomas has been fraught with m.'inv ue the first relief .My orl: 'I'iHki ru'tientlonnl development, the latest mi (u do heay lifting and ytooi.liig at or which In an Intimation iroin one of Hive, and this weakened my klilin-- s the candldntea that tbe other v:t8 In , fullered Irom a pain n:r.in the ducc-under qcstlonable metlioiU to rri.) of my back that oft.tn becanu change his views on a mntter of to intense I was unable to- - do Importance to the Stttu. Mr. I was feeling mUurnlii whin "Thomas charges that Congressman I ItMined of Doan's Kidney I'lll.i and Caiilrlll was Instrurocntnl In the de- llii-- were recommended kc hlgh'y feat of Gov. Beckham after he was the 'hat I procured a supply :t Shuisars & democratic nominee for United St.it" Tannei's drug Htore. This reniedv Hcator and Cnntrill comrs back At raw me almost Instant re.lf .nd for i Thomas with tho counter that thnt reason, I gladlj recomuu'iii.' It President Lebus, of the Uiirley I'Mtv (j ol sale by all dealer Society, who is a republican, cenla fostcr-MIlburCo, Hultilo, N, is Thomas for it Oomoerstt. V . npents for the C il n States Is n'.Pce. This Is the only thin? that 1? member the name -- ins -- and h.. ban been able to urge niijlnct the take no other. lioiirrnn candldato, and ns LbU3 and l(nt-l.itir rem-JI"ill!-tilctmy-tblo n fi.t't-ortln- AUTOMOBILES SUPPLIES AM) ACCESSORIES. AGENTS FOR we Dressed V ,? $750 Flanders 20 E. M. F. 30 $1250 Haynes $2000 Baker Electric 2000 to $4000 Studebaker Garford, $4000 to $6000. If interested, Phone us Bell 24, and we will gladly give you demonstration. Danville Ice & Coal Co. Danviiie,jy. lMMM0iW A Nice Quiet 1 You Are Never Well Dressed Without a Genteel, Becoming Hat. The size and shape'of a man's face should control the stylejof his hat. Full-shaped r Ik r Fourth. s: 1j it1 he the good ns an argument p.le tple put '.'nniri'l two Nf " " " ' Jti'1 1 -- AiiBJrk- j q ! ' ' - o js .5 af 1 2 Z ow-- ( jcars ago it wont lioiil Married On Highway I: i o C t " o 41 Panamas ai)d 1 I i r i In tne district im YOUNG AND MRS. MILLS I'M-Is rr.&Inst Cantrlll on the ojiI of AS THEY SAT IN BUGGY feoth political and civic .Ieuniy, but JiuJ.as the money of tlu Tol.stci'f Mrs. James S. Young and Mrs 'pun tind the all powerful li'iunr Mills both of Highand, i:izubeth behlBd him and K-- see how I'roxe in to the home of Rv Dklcy lliey can be prevailed agnlnM. rastor of the .Methodist church at thl p'.ue to h.'ne that gent,)-tnaper Nlddlesboro, the "Queen :ity of the torn, thtlr m.irrlage ceremonj riin'iiig Motutains." opened the vyea of tho a c.i, il on the doorstep stallm; tb il Jitv 2tl and more newspaper nun mid wo- Dickey was at the homo .if Mr I load men who were there ;hU vo'k ley Sampson, the couple, not to be the summer 35shjji of the bullied at once turned their steps In KiT.tucky Press Assoclntloi. .VI i mo-ti.e direction of Mr. Sampson's and liu?i 'lallly found the minister drivins out of the ld..rtlful or whole-soule- i rould posslby be imagined. Th? gait. They produced thj license and not only contributed their won-r- Mr Dickey pronounced tho ceremony towards the entertainment of the which mnde them husband a u wife, tu'iors, but business men cd it rp as the couple sat in the'r buitsy on sho). to help make the visitors eiijjt the highway and the mlntsttv In h's tt emselves. The "JTIddlosMira Spirit" Mr Young Is a prosperous farmer of s In the Highland section whlla his bride of taergy and progressivimess fiAfiltnce ec every hand. Midoli liot i 1? i most estimable Chrlstlai lady nnd Is easily tbe metropol'a of v.is'tin and Is tbe mother of Rev Hemv Mils, uiacky and with the vast iihih'.i fxTiui-rlof this .ounty an I a well wealth right at her doo.--a, nnd the Known minister of the The b; it of ush which pro.'ails iu o:n Interior Journal Joins the many wn! be surprised to see "ier a rity of friends of the couple in wishing them JO.t'C in a very few yea's. It was :cuch happiness. eon' to nae been there Hale s comet has come and gono titcicst Just at present in Oentuivd no we are halng good old summer nn ciiposlte' points of Shi rnnipiigy t'l.ie. Thr one in the East Is the marriage of Teddy, Jr., and Miss Alexander BANKS ON SURE THING NOW Jif-f- r Tn- - other Is In the far West-t- he "I'll never be without Dr. Klas's fight. Tho first named New Life Tills again" writes A. Schln C 'cat event has Just happened. Now lets all be quiet (until about thU time beck, 947 Ulm street, Iluffalo. N Y ne.t year when wo will .Ikely sit ip "Tney cured me of chronic constlpa cud take notice again) and watch 'lex tion when all others failed." Unenual llicliiud's gladiators fight 't out un er ed for biliousness, Jaundice, lndiges Hon, headache, chills, malaria and de tho blistering rays of the duly sun bility. 25c at G L. Penny's drug store u e cttl-sci- is y go-ntl- . rrery newspaper no. I'rnttl-cal- l o X j V O a "O 1 Ol c "" TZ " o c 4 - "o 3 . 3 o J " a c j: c s 3 5 c Setsons at $3.50 and $5 for the larger and older men Yachts, Stiffs and small-shape- d soft hats in the fancy colors at $1 to $4, are the things for the young men. We can suit all ages and sizes. 'O$O0 O 0 O 0 O 000000000O0 5 I11J W. H. HIGG1NS, Bring .Your Produce To Us. produce houte on Som-ertitirel and will py the highest mute price (or ill kind, ol country produce. Dting ui your uus. M.tO. DASTIN & CO, Stanford, Ky. Stanford, Kentucky. We Kve opened 0000 00000 H. J. McROBERTS. 00000 0 0 0 0 0 00000 000000 0000 00000 BLACKSM1TIIJNG ! OUR FLOUR IS GUARDED Ilrlng your lllackitintblni nnd repitlr work to in. llor.u iliuvlng uic. HntUfnetlon lEunrnntrvi, ihop oppotllv rt)lllli' concrete ttore. JAMKH llltACKJrrT, Htnnford. Ky. 323?Se3&32ee3Q3SI30 G. L. I'cnuy IL II. Cnfli-- j E. K. C.ltmn S erfect'y against the d'rt'-irN- l It is made from tho best c nf in lotted what. It Is the best and cleunst mills 'n th ei-.tiy Tho flour is packed .t ttw ml it conies direct tj us turtr and jrl t nr tli.u U n f.nck l.c-- t all flour and tbat of the 1 j-e wbt-ney J, L.Beazley&Co., g Brs M Poultry Panacea 'Zzv zvivc!frypFrrr, niro Will iiiaku heu lay, them ' ili'tiitf nml keep them in lurilty coiiilition. Te inori'itM) in tli numU'r f (y;H laid, will mora than iay lor the Hinnl! oxponhu ol killing. It is Mill nt IVnnj'e Drug bluro. tM ers. Lri7'iCTfMlM 'nT1 nzmzsmm UmlertaKen and Embalm Also Dealers in Furniture, MattinB,RuR8. They will excliauge Furniture for ill KidiIh of Stock. Give Them a Cull, Prices Right -- ? JVayesburg. J. H. Baughman & Co. ril un r i Misses Gretchel and Artie Moore, ol Kuuunka, visited their sister Miss Maud Moore at If. H. Sfngloton's Mclvin Caldwell wife and children visited her parents In Cas.y county Mis. Fayetto Wilder nml children and Mrs. Dr. Acton, of Kubanks. were here Monday. Mis Hendricks Hays nnd little .irttsbter Edna were guuats of Mrs VV. D. Hays. Airs. Amanda Wilson and Mr. John THE FOURTH IS A tJD DAY Heath continue very ill. MiMes Nettie and Latirr. Johnson for the man without Insiutneo of Kings Mountain, and Mesdamrs Kvery timo a rocket b'irsU oer his II you Ifaruln Ciaunch and Hubert Dumas of house ho has heart dlseas-)- . this lace, were initiated into the or- aren't insured better have us Issue Tho freed m j on a policy der of tho L. O. T. M. Thursday. W. U Singleton la carryin.; ti.o mail from worry It will afford you l. .nine on llO'ito No. 1 this week for R. Cur- worth the cos: of tho Insur.uieo. to-aa- A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, Burn'in, KentucKy. huv .'bK-inu- r . KENTUCKY ! nl tlm Union ft'ArtFOKD. In tlm I'lK atl w iolrt oinf HA- - Alo in HorooghljriU huh CUT FLOWERS FOB SALE! liorw kttlen where SO inlea ere innrje vaeh I enn furnlih the public ltli the belt, at ilnv. AuctlonwrliiK Htt.cifnce unu i rweur uuuik, ell n the (reahett oleut rloweri, plant! of ...tutledUwltutnliciMi. - . .. utt.,.i fur vnur nle. I an kiuui, iiuius, potieu nower, nil diorl mnieinleito)ourdontui;. riIOM..o-- u notice. Alo ruuke a tpevlultyof mreutlit for for funeral purrou-iIn connection with the nlove, I hnre all klndi of vegi tablet on bund at rentonahle prlcei, or Auctlqneer.OUla(lin.iinil Block YnnU. lind inrarnduBtPofJonet'NntlonRjBchoot trs7ssza7. ""' PENNY'S DRUG Biiinford, Kentucky. STORE, Wj . Harry Jacobs, Denlor lit nnd Manufacturer of UIIKIHTMAN OHKKN IIOUMKH, KU llUUIIAHI,. l'HOK. Htuii'ird, Ky. mBWBBBBBBBBBBEEm r.?fral!5&ilfo Mnrken vunpaniKl hetleei. Kinney, Ky. Marble and Cranlto Monu mortis. rind Iom, Vuieter: nnd uwn CONCRETING -- We nre In poiltlon to do nil kinds of concreting, melt an lllock Work, 1'itrenienU and. In fnct. we can mnke nny thlnv front r boute down to a fence poit. We can rve yon promptly and guamntee nrt-clwork and niiiterliil. Oull and get our prlcei before you buy your mnterlul at leutt. n Detroit Vapor Tho Latest In umcu unu worki, lie- - lBWaHir1 (BaaQaavi aHaMFviHKifZtS-aaKlaUBHS- tis W G. Reynolds died at 'U l.jfie Monday of a complication of d'30.ies aged S4 years. Ho unt'eil 'Uth the DouLio Spiings Captlit cbur-l- i whi quite joung and lived a. conso'riteu Clulstlan llfo nnd served A3 Deacon ol the church for a number of years Alter lunoral scvlces at tin) Olive church by Kov. Tllford tho remain-Hulaid to rest In tho OIUo burying ord'ir having K'oiiml. tho Masonic rliiiigu of tho services. JIhv. R. R. Noel and Q. Slnb'.on, attended tho burlil ol cf W U, Reynolds Tuesday. Matter Clarcnco Singleton, of SUu-fole Spring & Summer .y Stock Fish & Pennington, and Stnnford, Ky., Phono 200 cloibe.lllhne thnt liiilUiduulltymnU lit to wlileh plulnly Indlcwti" they wtre I n tnllor of ex Havo'vour ineiuure taken nether a Ion '1 hi'll ) our clol hen. itilt or Hie llnet eTenlnc uric Inulne.t PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. OIL STOVES. l l .Absolutely Wicklcss, No'As-besto- s, your inrBiir. wllliilMitnke our ineni-n- r '" 'ri trnnier" tnncy eU, tor eoatil und ovcrcouti. HprlnRand Huinme, For houie. cnrrlnite nnd lun nnlntlni; dero iao,i,mua nana ready Inr vour lnpvctlon rntle iuioer"buiiiilniiulo liunuy trliiiuiliii H. O. UU PLEV. The Tnllor. of nil klndi nucti nn topt recovered curtiiliu Htuufutd.Ky. unit boott mnde Htonoier AlclrlilL'H'ublnck mlthahop Wett Mulu Ht., Hlnuiord Ky., 1'lioneNo.tXH j. j. belden; J J. 1IKI-DK.- No Cotton Wicks. 'Qic Very.ThJnfjtfor Summer Cooklngf. Makes life in the kitchen cndurnblo inliot weather. bbbbbI MASON'S MEET. Lincoln lJdiie No. 0 K. 4 A. M. will meet In tlntwl coiiiiiiiinlrjitlon on enc-l-i llrt und third Monday ulillit", of euch month, lit 7:H0 I rteilre to tell prlrutelyfrny atock of (Jro- o'clock In tlielr bull on main ttreeet, Htnnol iliter lodueii nre fn ford. Ky. Mvuil-i-r- s rleannn naruware. ihjuik " uood bud ternally United to bo ireeut. T. W. ui'n. Will invoice about vt&w, iieasoii" III bealtli. hoc. (I P.O. I). Stock of Merchandise for Sale. HOPl'lin.HtnnfordKy. GEO. H. FARRIS. Is with relatives liwo ARTISTIC L&N. TIWETKBLE No.7,)'l No. Jl.HoUtll, lllMP. . HOIIIU, 10145 A No No. , North, 411) A. r. No X. North. D. M. X. M, sliadcs in our ready nixed colors. ENDS WINTER'S TROUBLE Too many winters Is a reason ol For durablity nnd uniform high toes nnr quality they aro unequalled. Talk trouble The fingers, chapped hands and lips, ohll ull you like about "good,, paints. Mains, cold sores, red nnl rough skins Iheu do n little actual painting lroio this. Hut Buch troubles lly be- with a small sample from ourstock fore HucHlen'8 Arnica Salve. A trlu1 and watch results. You'll satisfy convinces. The greatest bea'.or of yourself that you can buy no better burns, bolls, piles, cuts, cores, ecze- paint for the money anywhere. Let ma and sprains. Only 2fc at Penny's our paint talk. J. A ALLEN, Stwtftrt, Ky. Drug Store. Irobt-Mtte- When Hungry no Uarton'i IUitauraiit U. B. North cott, DEALER IN ' i .ft v H ) JOS. S. RICE, Agont. No.tS.tHOl'. H. St. M. X. to Utncniter, Htreet, Live Ai.il Dressed Poultry, EUts, Ice, Coal, Wool, lildca, Furs, Salt, Lime, Ginseng And reathera. ' Phone 33, Lancaster, Ky. ' Htnnford K, MenU itrved at ull bourn up to 11 ('e. M.3 Heat place luj w n;for u good quick W. A. Furniture and Undertaking. DaylPhouo 28. Night Thoue 133. TRIBBLE, Kntur'7. Cooking to lult our cuitomeri our specialty, Hplendld new line of fancy meul. Uot Coffee, HuudwIcbM, pleiOutter milk ml tweet inllk, etc., at all timet. Urocerlei. ' ' Stanford, 1. A. CARSON. ri. Branch Hotse Stanford, Ky. Tiiunnan K.. Tudor, Mgr. Phone 153 rt hlDAY JUNK 24th, 1910. THE iNTEItlOR iounNAi PAGE Tmi ? Men's Tan Low Shoes. In Correct Styles nnd Best Quality. Kctfulnr $3.00 Shoes nt$1.05. tf hjfH vkkkrL HflviLLRbf tLLLLLLLLLLLLLB Men's Patent Low Shoes. In High Grade Goods sold nt $4 nnd $3. Tnkc nny nt $2.95. Get your future needs out of this snlc nnd snve II to l. " On Snle Mondny 8 A. M. Men's Bargain Socks. Men CelebraU the Glorious Gourth in a pair of Ilarcaln Shots we win close out our entire lino of Men's Low Shops In Tan and Patent leathers. These are the Blctwell & Forshelm make Nothing better made lo tell at 3 to $5 per pair. We have decided to Kive thh space to a different me of good i and you can profit by this sale They are on the bargain counter in the center of our store and you can have your choice at $1 9.1 and J2 95, As n flyer to go with these shoe bargains we will sell 150 pnirs, Mnvv: Silk Finish Socks, the 10c kind nt 13c per pair or two for 25c. Not favopairs to one customer. ur SEVERANCE & SON, oil sewing machines Stanford, Kentucky. iNotes and Accounts Collected, ns o oooooo o o o o oooooaoooo o o a 1 ' . Vis. W P. Klncnld and V.n II i Tin Lndles' Aid Society of thu Cirls-lwere guesta of Mr. I. I), I'mn. Short Local News. thiirch will meet Mill Mr. .. r Store. I'de In Garrard this we;s. L'abnnks next Tuesday afternoon, Mrs Joseph Mitchell, of Corbln. 2ili; at 2:30 PERSONALS. A full utcudniiC3 It I'lncr tv.m-- nt W. t1 lllt,t,h was the guest of Mrs. A. H. Severance roiicftcd. Mlsa Ilesslo Illffo Is the ri vl of Stable for rent. Mrs. Mattle D. Mra L'mbry, who has n'vt lutti Hie We collect notes nnd nccounts anywhere in the United States, ;Ko. Alls Luclnda Lutes. Mis. Mny 8. Gurnutl, of Cave fllj Klrby. of Mrs. Severance hnB returned charges unless we collect. Also look after claims of all kinds. .Miss Liiclnda Lutes Mi. J fiuUa nuet Hid Mis. GeorRo Mooio, of Tltlund, to l.or home In Cincinnati I'nwdcr, guns, tobacco nnj tie Bank references. Correspondence solicited. nt llustontlllo Inst week. 1'iiP., will arrive tonul.t to be il.c ir.olicrH. Gfo. 11. Karris' Mrs. J. W. Ilrynnt, of Springfield, ,lir. nnd Mrs. Hurry Krj tr? rijnlc-eKu.H of Mrs. Joseph S. Hire. I Die guest of her sister, Mexdnmcs over tho nrrUnl of n tine toy !jir(.'e line of I'rlnces? dressers, "Mr. 'Walter K. Hmitii. of Cllftcn, lUndolph Harris nnd Jesse Walter. JtUKets and rugs. W. A. Trlbblo Tho Warren Grlgsby Chapter of WOODSON MAY, Mgr.. Puree, Va., In the puest of M'ai .Mnry Hard Up For Secretary tha J. I). C. will meut with Mrs I. C. Tiruce. Djll City or sale First cms jkikh i.iiraueui Tnmn.e, is now Ifujs next Tuesday afternoon at four tt T OTHER PRESS OFC.CEn3 thresher nt a bargain. W O. V'mher, rlvoographer for president . ,. o (Icicle. SUinlord, Ky. ARE VERY CAPABLE MEN .Mr J. T. Ilrown, of KInRi Mountain Jen son, of the Kurcka l' unit Co For Bale Brand new Oliver typeMrH. W. O. Speed, of llutunvill. van n substantial caller nt this ofMlddlesboro, June 'J4 writer latest model; nt a bargain, Ed Lafolk-tte- , wns a. otnp.inled fice yesterday. He tenk thu train hero for Cincers of tho Kentucky I'rkfi As C. Gaines, Lancaster. Sl-lie re tint Is vlsitlm; relatives. by his dniiRhter Miss llcrtl Tsnn M'Utiilon for the ensuing ysxr wire )lscs Delia Uodbey nud Julli Rids Mi. J. I). Iaxton went up to Men .r.'nl as follows at th dn.il Our clothes cleaner and repairer la o' llustonvllle hae returned home irimd jesterdny to dlspote of a ease fit Thursdny. President A It.teflon on duty again ready to wait on the Miller, Jrcim n peasant visit to Dr and Mr lie if Mie nichmoud Cllmn;.: Vp. I'resi-den- l trade. Cummins & Wearen. In hlch he Is special judge. Poke M. (Jodboy nt I'errj t- vn accompanied by lilt childruti, ; Col. W. n. Haldemin, ir the Found Pair of gold rlnrned specl;r. nnd Mrs. Hubert HcuJdcr and M n Jean nnd Master JnmT Pnxton. Secret.iry-TrensurTimes; tacles. Owner can get same by Mr. nnd Mr. Itlchard Scolder Miviit -i.' Ion Pnufley, of thu : imord In Visr Si't lletli Jftirei. of I for this ad. This office. Hit) v.eck end with Madfoon roiinl;-Mum., n former L.111011 cowly iwuir Journal; chairman of Mm wedding lathes and attended h . Mv barbershop will In the future Is the Ruet of her aunt, .Mrs. J lie committee, ii. U 'Jhiialil; of of their .sister, MUs Lucy Scudtler to bo open Sundajs till noon. Ed Ilerord Mcldui.' nt Crab Ortliurti M's I 111 the Mr Arthur Collier. lit r "ho memberH of the Ai.clr.tcn kluton. dnr.. rau.e don Frlda.' to n- -t AND 1' K. Trlbblo Is 111 nt Ms home, m'- - nftirt moit of the last hv on Hie l.ott A class pin with letters "N. i'lct. D W. McQueen suporlnlIs repelled on South third Street, Reward f lie Carlisle city s:hil& a rf'(iintninR surrounding .Ml l.iltsl.tiro. K. C. O." Son's. for return to Sevns some better today. Ho)d V .father ent A vi.o'ncr at tho Elks' IjIbu coii'.udrd erance ti.e Mitst of Prof. W. O Itup.wr lord nltendel tho dance utven by the I in-- fcsthltlcs. Mr nni Mm. S I). Hartley lutve ! l'ure Deerlng Sisal binder twine at the Huitonvllle Social Club last Krl-dCut of a membership cf '! ii'ltjra, S cents n ound. J. G. wenthi'iioni, to luithiti.i.rd freni tn extended uln night. Danlllo MexseiiKtr. J we'e present t the ii. tlii at the llustonvllle. 3 eni revolts. The Style you like and the size you want. .SlgHfM Snrnh M. Dunn nnd I su:fu KlK'ntb Dlhtrlct PublUliurs' John Hubble, fonmrly of Sert. Warren ulll arrlvo.bome Satw of tne Turners-vlllopened for the iia.Kr bi:p ly !r. Leslie Carter county, but now an officer in I'id wcr duy nlRht from Northampton, Much., lids section, recently sold a counter,un Is l..r six months nnd otllci is "re elect Cciinrnnr L. th infantry. honor where they graduated with fy ed nc follows: I'reslden. J It. pane for $E0. It was a very hand 1 ., .niv l Camti iwwnua, W V some piece of work. ficro Mis Yale's schojl for voimc one dollar o Mcholnsvlllc; vice prM year Phlllppliic Isliinds, fend lud'ts. The coming scbolnstl? of Danvlll'?, Hvieiiiry Mibscrlption to tho iniior -- ..u,- ledinrdson, Vionounced by rallllcns tho qroitist Mus Dunn will teach hi laeiocii. lor do tun, rer, 15. 15, Co;ne. of Sh3'jr-it- i. . caM.rt nays ntinplh maker, appstlto build' r nnd Wnrren nt Kwe, ,.al. which he nnd Ml Mib, Itucl-Holll-- r lieittl restorer. York. No Tea will niak.' u fo'l hnt Motintnti: Kings Mountain. I ur ll'o is worth living 3C OOOOOOOw. CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. Tt I lots nt Shugars & Tuni.- -r . .rcs ,'oliiiBon has returnee frumKch'Kcml, whero he h;u Ihijii tii'iid.OF f CI ICE TO .SHAREHOLDERS ln (ho K. K. N. S. slncj Teb. L'S Mi LINCOLN CQJJNTY NATION. i.i mn McKco has gone to l!l:h louJ ALIaNK. et ': u ritond nch(Kl .i1 mtc the ib. ChUolette has u.o At a meeting of the directors of imiiiii b. .n juiil complftod b this hank, nt Its IwinlUui: house In timalotto w Ky.. on Juno is. 110.U 11 .It ., ssna Maude nnd W. O. Tllartin liionJ Stanford, thnt n meeting ! 'lio shareT. V. Humble L. R. Hughca lesolved tool, tho teachurB' oxi niii.U.'m "nt. meot on" Tuesday. holders be called to l"rhlny and b.ilrm banking office on' ,1iii 2C, 1&10. nt Its on O bhos Laura nnd NefW the proiit In Ktnnford. Ky.,to vote T fwai'-'to Wnynesburg lint sitlon to amend tho artlclos ot issoim-linn M tho L. O. T. 51. u.n m i.t i ( of this bank as follows. u Murpliv went to Star.: r to m Fust -- To Increase cnuitil to$100. Into tho Knights of lyhUs to COO Mid to authorize the director! Loc. of Mlddlcbur1. N 5i ve call vour nttennon to our new line of Dutch Collars Mi e v.; on price of new stocK. awnim iw D- -. It t M.f Juritha Murphy. O rin in in town doing soun flentil ltirieaso tlio number or uireciom iu in stylish effects of a pretty White Lawn with Lace TrimW. M. IlrlgUl, Cashier O lllr.ccn. Needles, llobblm and at Penny's Shuttles Drug for Outer d mays COLLECTION Somerset, i 3 r.Fountain ... AGENCY, Kentucky. "I .1 r J.ou-lvll'- e' RI-- Shirts ii i - 'i Arrow Brand Collars a - nic, Sit-nrs- , W. E. PERKINS, c a 1 Haley's .. 0 I I I Gomet o o : .: ih'. i j 1 NEW NECKWEAR Also a beautiful line of AHover iij "t o vilK Mr gw, o UUuU of wool clothing. & o O a Buy our line o o o a o o : All-wo- ol $ V a a a a o Cv They will not fade Blue Serge, or Light Crash Suit, or a Light, Quarter-Two-piec- e Suit, lined Will Keep You Cool on These Hot Days on Your Summer Vacation Trip. O O Q You Will Find Our Line Full of Cool Clothes f. a . U. Knns i..... ..ni.i..i tn run his lil.'iriin mil:, lie wl.i novo his saw rig inl large en Fin. lo lt.rch Creek whue lie wo hawing lo do. tin' V.;iller Uros.. havo lmiir.o n ld.i:a nf their storeioum 'iy aca'i. ,i. . co.it ot p.unt to it. I 'li'.uipil Murpliv who hu t'ceu quite l'i I' still o'n the mend. 'i II. Cannon h;w puro.iv-'-.- l . ! "did-I'ii iiotr Clcoro Murp'iv. .n -... lir '.!. soon erect n dwtr'l .1 If lloiton bought a mco nlr ef i !. nt ii lnno.v figure. 'ine deacons and oiioih or mil ' olnt Il.iptlst churcli hn''i ; tOMcJivrs' training ili.ii wiili I'r .non chairman nud U. il. Gi'irjiiO 8.fctiirv. The purpose u' lhi orcnu-titl- e Sum'iiy is to ndvanco ii ... rhrc' wuvU. The mec.ltk' x't for cnili Pumlny morning a. S Velnl. k M-h Skldmoro ant Mn Clar.i WK. W.N. CRAIG,. visited In Loulsv.nO Inkt weik Optician cich Oculist. - and fo i 1 " nuel Xi L. M. Florence Otlloe over H. J. RcKoberts' store.. i.tmicii'moro whlct he hm advert Hid. Stanford. Ky. Win mings. ace Collars - in hs purcu.i'"l How to Cure Eczema, Pimples And Dandtuff. I Black and White. N Also new "Jabots in one, twoVarid- three' l"ece effect, witli Cluny and Imitation baby Irish trimmings. i. o id FOR A good SALE enrpot nud fow nthcr houso- hold urtlcles. , Apply ut Uolluso. WANT3 TO HELP GOME ONE. Wo desire to say that when we took tho afcency for Zemo, we were convinced that it was a valuablo remedy for eczema, pimples and dandruff. Yet wo must frankly admit that Zemo has far exceeded our ixpectations as a treatment for skin diseases. Wo are pleas- -- .i n .,,.!.. thnt. we shall continue the agency, as Zemo has given Bplendid results wherever recommended. Our customers like Zemo, too. because it is a clean, vegetable liquid for external use. Zemo (Ttcts its cures by drawiiiR to tho surfuco of the skin and destroying the germ life that cauecs tho disease, leaving tho skin clear and healthy. It does not soil the do lung or linen and I can bo used treely on infants. Vitli every purchase we givo a Book let ou sKiu'uiSease explaining in simpio words how any pwsoncan bo cured at home of any form of Bkin or scalp dw easts by tins clean, Kciciitiflc rtnyjdy G. L. 1'cr.ny, Druggist. rtisSfi-S- "aiKfiiiiXtfi J HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, l STANFORD. KENTUCKY ssrfl Double Your Profits by Using an INDIANA SILO. mm Why continue to waste When the poor stock? i each of all and fully guar nine acres ot com and Also aucnt for the most ments, Cutters, Practical and loader. half of your feed and lure INDIANA SILO is wlthiutte anteed. $185 SILO hckls feeds 28 cattle six months. ensilage and equiju conveyor and com elevator FOR HOT WEATHER. Cummins STANFORD, & Wearen, For .10 years J. F. Uoyer, of Fertile1, Mo , needed liolp nnd couldn't find it. That's why bo wants to help soino onn now. Suffering bo lung hi in self bo fcola for nil distress frou backnche, ncn ouanuba, losd of npfo-tlto- , bissltiidn nnd Klduoy disorders Ho show that Klcctrlo UlttuM work wonders for such tioublcs. "Five bottles," ho writes, "wholly cuiod uio nnd now I'm well nnd hearty." It h also positively guurautced for LlVcr TrouLe, Dyspepsia, blood dlsord'tn. female complaints nnd malaria Try thorn. COc nt Penny's Drug stoic C VcClcirV. "Is KENTUCKY. t i of Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothes This store Is the home J'r (Bm lboat, 1ST. i' t osrtzrt t KY- . A sk any man who uses one. 51 per cent, of the food value of era con!aincd"ln the shucks, cob. leaves and stalk, 40 per cent in tie led by cuttim and shor-l"w.J ll.arar.Ai.nm1i.inil. -- JL cent, by putting in the SILO in the field loses 51 per saved by feeding through ibc 5 per cent, total food value SILO is 95 per cent. I I Undertaker and Cmbatmer. STANFORD, M. JfO Horn ftiou R. 'E.GAINES, es " ' ' " 'l!1 II. 11 'J' HI 1,1 ' t ...... ...itniin mi, lti)lt ,,,,, suiiswiMMtj .7' v V Mk FOUR TtUl INTERIOR CjbV JOURNAL. PHIDAY JUNB 44th, 14fJ. FOR SALE I Good, dry oak lumber suitable for iL 4mJX i Peruna Seerets YeuSheuMKn FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. John S. BauKhman sold 21 hos, averaging 204 pounds, to J. C. Johns-tent- ? at 84c a pound. Ailro tite. For Sale too root tobacco bed. A, II Bobbins. Stanford. Phono HilM. )'nnted To Kent a farm of about loO or 200 ncres In Lincoln county. Apply this olllce. 3KI Wanted two good horse five to si'V cu old, must be strictly s.mn I an I pood drivers. V Kincald. i 5& :: 2: barn boxing. Lumber piled at McKin-jie- y and Moreland, Ky.. at which points we are closing our operations. Eor prices and terms write or 'phone Mr. W. T. Earles, Hustonville, Agent, Thihlmeier Brothers, Cincinnati, 0. BIG RALLY OF SUNDAY SCHOOLS SI .: lino of odd trousers nnd to mnke you look with them, you should wenr n nice pair of the "Crossett" Oxford Also Ladies Oxfords. Vici Kid, Potent Leather nnd Swede. te well-dress- ! remedy, Peruna. This fact explains why everybody uses Peruna for catarrh. Golden Seal, the root of the above plant, Is a very mcful mcdlclno. Many pooplo gather It In our rich woodland during the Hummer. Few pooplo know how valuablo It in dyspepsia, catarrh, and as a general tonic. Many thousand pounds of this root aro used each year in tho famous catarrh 1 MfUfHRoet1 Si.i'ord. M t ! Ky. S. Baiighmnn, Jr., ) I to .1 V A new ninl .linn IM a Shetland ponv lor ship the little le' id a to FOR SALE. ll''. Vlr-pir- ! .: engine VJ horse Ky. power traction cmiii nrutlvely new. time lust season. l.i .ic, Prof, G. B. Everett WlLt. hEAD CRAO OnCHAHD SCHOOLS NEXT TERM. Crab Orchard, .Inn.; SI For Sale threshing engine. John B. Anderson ".lis .'bcI Kedd Coopi- and son. Ar- 3- 1rnie of Louisville, are v.IUn;, thu It. D. No 4, Stanford. of Mr. Charles Ilxlil For Sale. farm well located In Pulaski county. Springier anu Ml II. ii Mrs t. If you are looking vlj'ied Mr and Mrs. F.n IV.. of for u farm at your own price see iie. f.i-.'- .ly n I.u'-cale- r But only a short W. L. Cordler, How 3t. Huber portuble "Clothing. '?: .. "; When you buy cloth s from us, you can rest assured t u you are in perfect style. Our hat department ,s now more complete than ever. We hnvc to show you the new Milan Straw Yacht nnd Pannuin Call around before you buy. -- JiJi '.'it? A'.v: SAPTfST METHODIST TIAN SCHOOLS UNITC ER NEWS. ANO CHRISOTH- F. A. Boss, Kings Mountain, Ky r Mlddleburg Jun.i Mrd K'10 Is a new baby at Jack Well' an Jack Is as proud ot It as a 1'ttle Hoy It of his first pantaloon In the call for a primary to inns'-;at- e a republican candidate for la plainly stated that Vpublf-can- s "Tlkere cnn-re?- r. u 1 Ii 1 f only will bo allowed to participate In said primary. This seem. to Save, been a "waste of space, for surely an democrat that Is fit to 'w barked at ty the dogs would wan', to partlci-jat- e lii a primary In which. Caleb Powers was a contending party. Mrs. Clay West died at Burnside ttut week and was brought here and at Green Ulver shurcli Yost a lie. She was a daughter of J. Ii. Carter who usel to live at Yosen-ItJut rooed to Burnside somo ten years Mrs. West was oj yoam of age e suvl tb mother of tour children. There, will be a big Sunday school iaily held at h. It. Jones famous pic ale grounds on Saturday July th. 1 he officers and teachers of the Bap- Bst. Methodist and Christian' Sunday schools have united to maku that a day of .great joy to the ohMien ot the thrcec schools, everybolly will ee invited to come and brln; well tilltu baskets, and assist In nuking it a duy full of Joy. Mrs. John W. Black who Ins been .u'te conspicuous In the magistrates' lore of late, raised caln" en Calvaty nidge again one day last week, and Is again under arrest. Mrs. Black etms to have been on tho war path Jor sonic months and doesu'nt s"em Jo mind fighting In the ruurU. She lately spent a few dms with ;!. Hlchards at Mber.r rather r.'aa pay a fine assessed agaluat her at Ytwemlte some munlhi sluro. A C. Sine was here man of last Aetlt. working In the Interest of the W. T. Conner n. d Jlaccabtes. laugMer Miss Nannie took in me Sunday school convention at Dunn-Titl- e Saturday and Sunday Miss Mary liud teuchers for tho (ra,it.,i Srh.-o- l hato been engaged for lbs tutt term. Prof. O. U Kvirott o' Green, will be princtpil. lie riixfs highly recoinmemlei mid ulih an fperience ot eight ye:irs Ho Mis? I.;i aiI have as his nsslstu.-UT;i J .01 , ot Somerset, n!o Ii u just rctcued a State certitloiii from ilo .Niin.nl vchool nt Klnhmuul Ibis ot luelf !: a guarantee fir mricim. y. .Mlts ".In Pettus, of I'roarti'Tjtvlllt U highly recommended as b).iu qu.ilifled to perfnrm lli'j duties ot he.-- chosen profession. M ss .Mar Cultcn, of Crab Orchi 1. ulio liultl a po.sltlon In the smo.i l.itrar so rcccptably It was deeried t et by the school council to remtm for :'.o . n he .Mil-iititl- y rt -t dot icriL. 1. O. O. 'Illf F. have the i"ni; !ur a l'.'Oge from Mr. Curtii. Cover 1 ln-are having a metal root put m airl otherwise repairing ami rjiiif"el-nm V Ulle the spirit of iru.irni.-! they have occj.,'0 i c us and the weilatr nt e I It it would oe nico to hive the side- f.ciks m.'.ue reaching from tlm cnr:il :it to the sulphur v 1 at the a).'- t't-i- i This has been pro.nls,il ly our ciy fathers and wo sugst tint si't 'j'.yv and "nipke ha wiru tb ii it.it.i.12 ljn 1.IIKS.' .U'd Mrs. i '' 1 Luin on Sunday June I'Jtl l Mr Buster Fife t twelve sound al y girt Mr Ci. V. Spangler ti J Hobinson, of Li.hm.jI"i Tlu-ir.u- s n lJust I .! Jflryaat has returned fro-j- i Sherman. where she has been vultins Her idster. Misses Huby Lee Fosle. .Annie Sharp and Wandle Hatter have returned from school at iJowllns Green. Wallace Steel, of Big South, pent Sunday with A. K. Wm.cy Tuj, fur biim:iI yjuap mare well traln-jporoses lor one hundred an I fiftj llv-- i co'lais. or Itciit. One fui'iljl.et upier rrim a pood si c stable and il.t'ib'" ,.-- n crits Apply to Met. tlaunuli I. S:t'r, Crab Orchard. 1'cr sole Several pIh,;j of liu.i1;- told furniture. Including a piano ami suitable for an o i'.co: also llvo iv feather beds. Mrs tlim.ah L Slegrr. Mr and Mrs. V. P. Wdlk.r. Mi Harry ait I n'.d Mrs. !on FIso. .r, Bragg lbumo.nr Cut I Iici.h..m n lie. ine&, ."r.. and Elniorj if rniucd a party to Loulj.' V in '.he aeroplane tights M sf Aunle Bronaugb. htft Mni'luy frr f'restonsburg to mak a orotra.iid v Ml to Mrs. F. Smith Mc-tsiG'-nt- i bay mare, blistered Lost Mrs. Jnines I.1 ingstnn and for fistula also bav horse lHli.ir-- t O' n. of the count, l.oth it! hands high. J It. ILujers, jf ,Vr Klein Cummlus th'. wwU rrnb Orchard, Ky. Vh Ilauule Bulk, 't l.exlim'.ivi o S!anr,ul. 4i.i ' .h Ltltlc Ballou lireathe Homel. Got lb" fane ire !illors of Mrs. Ma.llii I'uli plir.s.-iu- t germ killing nlr you w niil Mr riobert Miller, of OitfiMboro, get In the eucalyptus fnrcitts .'f A:s-trn'- '. and Mrs J ruis '.tn i guest of M and cure catarrh. 'S. I.. IVt.rv i C'.UIer and family. VMi unices It. Complete outfit l. Kx-l- a Ai.r. .Motile Burgln 1c Mondiy ti bottles R0 cents. 'u IM.Ii ilt 'jkPds and rclall und Shelbyvillc TO MAMMOTH OAVt At t Fannie Thompini' '.4 iiittm andmother nt Ml. Wiutn. bor July 20th, from Stanford and all .Mr S C. Uickey, ot :i i:tpMii;n: way stations on regular nioinitu ir.'tt s '. iiting ins miner an inner a great three days' outing for only SI2.CS. This will Include tU- - railroad ' boiler. Stella and Lu a M'tfi-i.d tare, nlso board at Cave lin..il. and Lick, are visiting Mr of riii"! ..- C. McWhorter an.' oih-- r to the sevetnl route In ;he tves. i'ne See large bills and L. jc N. urvllle, Itev : N. Taylor, j 3W at the pra.. me'iii'i: hi agenL vv,n-;lli. ra'tlst church WoJaesdiy CASEY COUPLE MARRY HEKE ftJul made nn lutcrwiliK ser.il tuU. I'.u will remain .lir M'ss Minnie F. Cochran and Mr u. in Hnys nnd consented to F. Kirk, were tuar.M-i- l at tl.e evening aul Sim.'ay 'Vli ; it s'.mrday Me.bodlst parsonage, TuesiKi) after oio'n.'ir uuon, by Rev. J, J. Dickey Thu youna near COMMISSIONER'S SALE. mule are from Casey the IJncoln line. W. T Adams Admr.. PlalnUff s. V. T. Adams' Heirs. Defendants. 200,000 Feet of Lumber Pursuant to a Judgment In the above styled case rendered at the May At The Right Prices. term, l'JIO, ol the JjAcoln Circuit I have i.00,000 feet of lumber Court, the underslgne'd.t'ommlsslaner will, on Monday, July Uth. 1910, at 1 suitable for tobacco barns nnd oth er building purposes nt reasonable o'clock, P. M., In front of the court prices. Call on me or write me for house door in Stanford. Ky., offer for prices and tell me what you want. sale at public outcry to the higneat and I can suit you. following desciro and best bidder, the WALKER OWENS. ed real estate: Pongo, Ky. on the wators of Shipping A tract of land Point ML Vernon Cedar Creek, In Lincoln county, Ken i i'j tucky beginning at a rock on a branch an.old corner to Wilson Adams, S 42 G. Cummins, Vjf !l. of IVeucli'T.-Mile.-.n- d 1; SAM ROBINSON, :;: :'. STANFORD, KY. i ?; .:. ''a.' .. . ";;. . :: ' -- v: n-i- it Get My Price On SI-- i- -u iiit :. House Paint, Screen Wire Cloth, Cultivators, Hoes and and other farming implements. -ut -in aa?ef coi-m- L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. If you have anything in tho to mII STOCK Take to HIE r Nunnellcy's New Stock Yards W 5 poles to red elm In old Turn- bull line, N 87 K 52 poles to a whltb i y M 83 Bessie r,oo-- J Holmes U at FrM Lhrtr 'Every Month'' 1 Rimidy It ii well to stOD a physical il; .ment at the tint signs of its approach, and that is especially true of liver trouble, which can eventually give rise to so many serious complications. Many have liver trouble and imagine it is indigestion, and hence take the wrong remedy. with which It Is supposed to work Then comes the sallow complexion, the pimply face, the dull win In the forehead, the thinning of the blood, etc. A very quick and sensible (way to stop the trouble as well as to euro u or me use or ur. caidweirs Byrup Pepsin, which contains Ingredients especially intmded to promote the activity ot Hie liver. Among tho many thousands who have written the doctor about the results achieved with bis remedy, and who are glad to make the facts public so tnat others can help themselves, are Ur. Jsa. Kennedy, Bt. Louis. Mo.; Mrs. 3. A. v .......I. vi.v.w, ft., wui uiaux " others. These, like thousands of others, started the us of Syrup Pepsin wllh a sample. If you will send your name and address you ran also obtain a free trial tattle. Thh will prove to rou ttist liver trouble Is promptly cured with this remedy or mou.y will be refunded., Hiring tried It you can thn buy It In the Mf'iUr way of your drucitst at fifty cents and on dolUr a bottle, and the latter Is suRlcient for an entire family. This rvrnedy Is a vsst Improvement over ralhtrtlo tableU and salts, which only do Kd for the time beln. Syrup Pepsin U permanent In Its results. Is does not gripe. Seaiant to take and all those who can-It trvxl for not stind a violent purgative. Dr. CaUwetl personally will be pleased to give you any medical advice you may desire for your.df or family pertaining to the stomach, liver or bowels absolutely iree 01 cnarge. Kxpiam your rase In a letter and he will reply to you In detail Fur th fr""' sample simply send 7our luine and address on a postal card nr uinerwise. ror euner request me oootors address Is Ur. W H. CalJ well. R.HW Caldwell bulldhv, UanUseUo, IU. gastric Juices It !VVhenUlU way disturbs becomes slunlsh. the stomach and the liver does not (tor up writes Lola P. Roberts, ol Vienna, Mo., "I used to be sick most of the time and suffered with backache and headache. My Mother, who had been greatly helped by the use of Cardui, got me I two bottles, and 1 have- been well ever since.1' oak. Smith's corner, thence Smith and Turnbull line W 4S K 39 poles to two red oaks and black gum, old DUhon corner, thence N 42 W 10 poles to a stone Plummer's corner, N 47 E 1 1 poles to two white oaks In Plumnier'a poles to a line, thence N 29 stone, corner to Adams' lot, thence poles to u with same N 40 K 23 W 8 poles to a stone stone N 24 thence N 7.1 V 17 poles to a ston Ii 2! near a spring, thenre S3 poles to stone on west side ot branch thence up branch to a stone on u bin I: between road and branch and near a black oak, tnenco S 31 K 21 poles to beginning, containing 61 acres Terms Said land will be sold on a credit ot six month3, und the pur chafer will be required to give a bond with approved personal surety for the purchase price, payable to tho Commissioner, the same bearing six per cent Interest from date oi tale having the foico and effect of a Judg' ment. and further secured by lien ou tho land. W-102 4 4 fBsBsHBBBJiy eed and water best covered e He buysand sel every day in the year except Sunday. Bring ou your stock. Best market iu the Bute with plenty of pcn, tiuttide of Louisville or Lexington. 1m STANFORD, KY. We W.L.M'CARTY.Pm. do a general hitch and feed businea. E. C. WALTON, VPrw. L.R. HUGHES.S. AT "OUR BATH ROOM PuUMBINU u a most, tn.portant :onsider.iti 'n, - Stanford Real Estate Co., 'Stanford, KantucKy. LiCn its character the nei.'Ji and life of you mil y. i fi. II) df Stocks and Bonds If you are tU wltnout mod- Farms and Town Property Handled on Commlaiion. em sanitary plumbing In v.mr b.ith- Sold. If you Have Projierty to Sell or Rent Notify Us. room better have nt ch.iu't It at -- net Write for Circular to lYoause you have her)'n'ir.i ecitH-wiious illness iloetn't "rov lint yiu will always f so fori-n- b-- L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky. W. K. WARNER. Phone 88. 1 Stanford, Ky. O(000rS0OOe The Winning Feature of The Barn Lumber For Sale! 120.000 feet of Boxing. Sheeting II II. 8AUKLKY, , Eff Commissioner Lincoln Circuit Court Oeorge V. Florence. Attorney,, Take CARDUI and Frame Lumber for Baru Patterns, which I will sell for cash or trade for Corn, Hay or good Horses and Mules. Prices on this very reasonable, for I waat to Bell. Write me at once. Respectfully, C. lessuis-sis-i OVERLAND CAR Is Its Simplicity .... The Woman's Tonic: Cardui is a gentle tonic. for young and old women. It relieves and prevents pain. It builds strength. It' feeds the nerves. It helps, I u lie wnoie system. Made from harmless . roots and herbs, it has not bad docs not'l Interfere with the use ofl any other medicine and can tin von nnlhtn(T hut ttnnii ; ,i after-effec- ts, -:u j-:::v- J. Sipple. London, Ky. ft ft ! ntfjfsTB Tsihsisisisi Aaui sjejejesejej ellisj MeTev. Tnhaaasl I sjsjesvejei Nothlng'ut Insurance. ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft K Anyone Can Leam to Run it For it Operates on Only Three Gears. 2fU U$ the Auto for a11 the Fwn,y forany Girl or Jesse BRING YOUR HORSE ALONG D. Wearen, Mao, 0 ft jfm Woman can Run it as Easily as a Man. Just Let us Prove this to Th laiunnc Beildenoe Phone M: omoe, DA. Insure tvith me and be fully STANFORD. KY. protected. iryv-aruu- i. nwiuueip r: VOU. YOUr dSCUCr Se IS it H and look at the latest In harness, lie will approvo of It as well as you. Our stock ot saddles nro strong and well made, and as for whips, fly nets, blankets, etc., we have endless quantities and qualities to suit all tastes. J. C. MrtCLMY, Stanford. Ky. C. P. Cecil, Walter Dunn Phoftie us acents. Q. O. Depot Street, Phone 04, tTANFOBD, KENTUCKY. New Llverv. CARTER, For Danville, Ky. Free Demonstration. ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft-- , ft ft. ft i S ft ftftft ftft ft ftftftftftftftftftftftftftft ft