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THE INTERIOR JOURNALu 1 VOLUME XXXVII HVANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCIOV TUESDAY JUNE 28 1910 NO 35 GROUND TO DEATHUNDER TRAIN GEORGE WILLIAMS MEETS HOR AISLE FATE AT ROWLAND SATURDAY NIGHT Georgo Williams aged 32 year re siding with bis father and family on the farm of W P Grlinos In the rreacncrBvllIj section was grind tc death by a train near the water tank at llowland Staurday night It U not known which train killed him ni no one saw him In that neighborhood le r 10fro tho horrlblo accident in whirl 110 lost his llfu and the mangled boll wns not illscovorcd until utter day 1fcSU Sunday morning WIlliams had como to Stanford Intt Saturday afternoon wit lle iiitoniion 4ortaking thu excursion herd rfjndfcy morning for Louisville He VM to have Joined some friends here ant i when he did not show up at the foul c clock ruin Sunday morning limy j cupposvd that ho had changed his mind about going and wero liorrtnU I later to learn of his death About 11 oclock Saturday night young Williams was In the rMlnumut of John li Horton on Main street md Mr Horton seeing that ho wan appar catty III tried to Induce him to retie fur the night telling Williams that ho would have him called In time fur lilt I train This Williams declined to do nnd Horton saw no more of him until I rifter bin body was found Coroner George P Bright went to tho scono and summoned tho follow i ing Jury Win Land Wm Buchanan J 1 C Eubanks W II Wearen K T r J Pence und J F Naylor Attar vlow fag the remains tho following verdict 1wasrenderedWe Jury find that ieorgo Williams cnmo to his death b1 tielni I I 4struck by a train nt or near the wa ter tank at Rowland Kr during thu night of June 28th 1910 It was Buspcctwl at first that VII llama hnd been murdered and rubbed I and his body placed on tho track to conceal the crime but this theory did not hold good long at 3635 was found on his person and his brother Rimed to the coroner that he hid onlY about SIll when ho loft homu Saturday nft eruoon Williams spent a few dollars after ho reached town and tho remain der was lound In hit pocketbook yTho remains ot tho young man were lard to rest In the Lancaster comt tcry Monday afternoon a largo con courfo at the Rruve testifying to theI his popularity I Tobacco In Rockcastle BIG CROP EXPECTED AND WAREe HOUSES MAY BE BUILT The tobacco crop In IlockoustN for i f ilO will roach several hundred acrts Farmers who only put out ont nnd two acres last year have out flvu and I ID this year Cashier Richard nnd A B Furnish who hint always tuSen an active Interest In getting the to Incco Industry started In this foun ty recently bought u farm near 1ovel treen for Uio purpoMo of rtl lag to burro say that they have out twenty Dares and that It Is looking fine Mr Richards who for n number of years bras a tobacco raiser in Gallatln coun ty Is enthusiastic In hU olalmn about Ttookcastlo as a tobacco producing county Mr Richards says that n warehouse for rehandllng of tobacco will be erected In ML Vernon Tho White Twist Bud Is the tobacco being most raised and Is specially recent for that county The llwk pcnatlu tobacco crop will reach W or- t tore acres this yearML Vonan Fignal- r Union Veteran J JOHN PRITCHARD SUCCUMBS TO OPERATION FOR HERNIA t John PrltdllrZ Union veto ani who bad lived at Rowland for many years passed away Saturday night as n result of an operation for hernia with which ho had been suffering for came time Ho uoa laid to rest In UuTfalo cemetery Sunday afternoon 1services being conducted it the home C McClary Mr Prltchttrl wns CP year of ace and lenvca a wlfo and two sons lie was a member of tho Baptist church und will be sincerely mourned by lite many friends TO CELEBRATE THE FOURTH jI The uurumn Club of Ottenhelm wi celebrate tho Fourth ot July at Its new club house near Ottenhehn The Crab Orchard band will furnish music nnd refreshments will be served on the grounds Everybody Is united TilE TRUSTEES t f Get a 50 cent box of Mlona Stom nch Tablets at Pennys Drug Store und stop all distress Cure Indiges thou or money back BUENA VISTA COMPTON PARDONED BY GOVERNOR EXECUTIVE SAYS HE PS TOO YOUNG TO BE A HABITUAL CRIMINAL A dispatch from Frankfort to the city papers Monday 8aldIOcr Wlllson today pardoned Buena Vista Compton sentenced to the pen tentiary for life for housebreaklnB ut- the November torn 1000 of the Lin coin circuit court Compton U only 21 years til age and this watt his thlrel- convlrtlon The tmrdon was reran mended Ly the Commonwealths At torney the County Clerk the Senator It L Hubble and a number ot tho juror Oov Wlllson says That while the habitual criminal law Is a very good one It was made in iunlah settled criminals and I da not think that as young a man as this comes within the purpose of the law although clearly within thM letter Young Compton resides in the vyst end of the county LewisKeeton POPULAR LOCAL WOMAJ WED AT COVINGTON Her many local friends woro isrvatly surprlstd u Tarn tint mi Lot ten ncsday at 8 o mck nt ho home ot her brother Alfred A tawta in Co Ins ton Vise Georgia Lewis at this city and Mr Charles W Ktuton tf Wll llamMiurg were married The bride Is a daughter of the taU Dr T M Lewis of this county nail Is admired Ioy nil for her elllcleney graclourness of manner and many sterling quail lloe Mr Keeton is one of Wllllnms burgs most prominent nail substantial cllliens and will be most heartily congratulated by sill upon winning tills luInl hrlde Chicken Thief Killed BYIEARLY MONDAY MORNING MR CIERO REYNOLDS Mr Cicero Reynolds kilted n chick en thief Monday momlg Dont get ex cited though for It was not a lbo legged thief but a weasel that hud come to pay a visit to the gentlemens henueryti Mr Reynolds Is a very early riser and In company with his fon In law prank Hunn was sitting on his porch nt 4SO oclock Monday luoimnu uiiu they noticed something gliding thro the grass They pursued the little varmint and Mr Reynolds finally sue needed in ending Its exlstance with a Hick Fortunately the weasel had not reached the hen house ot Mr tey Holds might not have fared so well Lee lluplcy lost about 0 out of a dock of 70 chickens recently and white he nnd Mr Reynolds rate somo ftBlance apart It Is not unlikely that the latter has removed tht cauo or Mr Rupleys trouble and lou PROMINENT BOYLECOUNTY MAW DEAD lion D C May former representa Live or Doyle county In Uw Kentucky legislature was found dead In hU roam lit hIs home ill Perrvv111e 11e wa 77 years old and death Is bolloved- to have been due to acute Indigestion tie Is survived by two daughters and two onp Mrs Gorge W Uroedln Mrs Porter Raley A J May and M M Moy all of whom reside In Doyle county The Inlorment took place at noon Monday In the Rider cemetery at Lebanon THE MARKETS Cincinnati June 2SCnttte11ee- ipts ISO market steady to strong fair tos ood shipporo 62bT7Si for non c25HogsRecips SGG market Iluictibutcbers anti shlppern JJ10 J065 8hel1lHeccll 1276 market steady and quiet 20410 Lambs Market etroiiic 40810 ECZEMArA GKKM OlSISABK CAN NOW BE CURED The nodlcul 1 iofiSiti 01 nil auno that Eczema Is n germ disease but tho ihlnB tainthas baffled theta Is to flail somo remdyt hat will get to the germs tad destroy them Zomo the clean external treatment has soved tills dtPlculty by drawing the germs to tho surface of the skin und destroying trio gonu Ufo thnt causes the diseases The whole method of treatment and ours by Ze mo is explained In ayt ntarostlns book onthesubjeci Issued by Iho mak ers of Zemo It tells how to cure yourself at home ot Eczema Black reads Pimples Dandruff and nil dill eases of the skin and scalp Call ut Pennyb Drug Store for booklet and loam wore about this clean pimple remedy that is now recognixed the standard treatment for nil diseases of tho skin and scalp Lame shoulder is almost Invariably caused by rheumatism of the muscles and yields quickly to the free applica LIon of Chamberlains Liniment This liniment is not only prompt and effect ual but In no way disagreeable to use Sold by O L Penny POPULAR LANCASTER YOUNG LADY DEAD MISS MARGARET TOMLINSON SUCCUMBS AFTER LONG ILL NESSGARRARD NEWS Lancaster June 27 The death of Miss Margaret Mdrrs Tomllnson Saturday evening at rive lock sifter a lingering lllnesa of tu liurculosls cast u gloom over the en lire community The death of the FRed and 1 11 firm In years U expected and will follow In tho course of time hut to see a young lady the pride ol the home In that she was the oldest daughter and sister taken off In the bloom of young womanhood is Indeed sad and nil sympathize with those who aro now so norely bereaved A change of climate In Hendorsom lilt N C during Uio winter montha Was advised by physicians thinking it the only means to prolong Pie In the spring she returned to Lancaster and contlnueu to grow weaker lay by day until Saturdav cvcniuu when nus fit ful fever ended vhat makes her death doubly had le that her mother in also a victim ol that dread disease tibrrouloslti The pallbearers selecurl fur her fu natal woro the young mon ot the com iijuiilty with whom she was no ant nwtely associated MM Tnniiloon having been one ot the leading sock ty young lalbs and social favor KS ol Lancaster Tiv wcj Mosm W it Burton John 111 Farm W n penny J Herbert Klnnatl Frank D Marks bury and John E btorme The fa meral was held in the Lancaster cemetery Monday afternoon senores belns conducted by Dr K M Plerca and tllJ c Uiown Close Call TOOK WRONG MEDICINE Joseph Oerka a wellknown shoe inAkerof Junction City had a cleat call for his life Wednesday He acoldcntly took an overdose of semi sort of opiate and for 12 hours Ore Chase and Steele of Junction City worked with him to sate his Site Burka was III Tuesday night aul took some medicine Whatever It was Durka took an overdose and when his family sent for the physicians he was sinking rapidly The dotoro np flied all cures known for the resucl taUon of patients overcome by an opiate and at last revived Burku His many friends will be glad to know he Is now out of danger and In i fall way to recovery Mr Helms Good Work CONGRESS ADJOURNS AND REP RESENTATIVE WILL RETURN Private Secretary George L Willis of Congressman Harvey Helm has re turned to his home at Shelby villa AS Conugress bus adjournel Mr Helm is expected home very shortly In an Interview in a Shelb vltle paper Mr Willis told of some of the Hplcndld work for his constituency acv complished by Mr Helm during the term Just closed The Congressman from the Eighth Is one of the hardest workers In the national body and Is always found on the Job when Uio Inv terests ot his people are concerned Mr Willis said Mr Helm has been exceptionally fortiiuato for a member of the minority Iuring the last days ot the session fie an appropriation of 60000 to build a public building at Lawrenceuun on the 17500 site that has beet nl ready purchased under his last ses sign bill for Uiut town stud what seemed to please him most of all was the victory he and other minority members of tho Insular Affairs Com mittee won for the Island of Porto mon They changed the administra tine bill that sought to make that In land a dependency upon the llhite- housea victim of Wall Sleet and the sugar trusts nail forced from them almost perfect territorial govern hunt for tho worthy people of that Is land He devoted mqro time to the preparation and deliver of lila speech against the Ship Subsidy grab than to any of his speeches at this session and that bill has been slletrackod for the present The leaders in both patties at Washington believe thero is cer tain to be a democratic House next time ENDS WINTERS TROUBLE Too many winters Is a reason of trouble rho frostbitten toes and lingers chapped hands and lips chit blains cold sorts red ant rough skins provo this But such troubles fly be fore Hucklens Arnica Salve A trIal convinces The greatest healer of burns bolls plies cuts sores eczema and sprains Only 25q at Pennys Drug Store FROM WAY DOWNIN GEORGIA I E C WALTON WRITES INTEREST ING LETTERS TO THh FOLYS I AT HOME Atlanta Ga Juno 22 You were kind enough to lish my last letter and by your goodi ness you have gotten yotirsalf In a lox for here Is another right on the heels of the first Tell your proof reader he rid very well for a beginner nail I think ho will come out fairly well If he keeps on trying Tell him also that Dr W N Craig knows how to fit glasses and that he might have till doctor work on his optics with profit to himself Well the Legislature Is upon us nnd the politicians largo and small JbbI 1st and the like encumber the earth of this Godly city For BO long days thu Leglaature will be with ub but the work laid out for thorn could be early accomplished In a filth of the tune If they would attend to buslnoss like business men The question of haying biennial rather than yearly cessions will come before the n jjust poly but the change will not llkcly be made The per horn follows would rather meet semiannually or oven quarterly than once evory two years The dallies say those member ot the House and Senate who are persona non grata with Gov Drown will de tide on a candidate to defeat him for renomlnatloo However the the Gov has a strong hold on the Georgia people and predict he wtlfout vli them In their plans lie Is a frail man small in statue and getting along In years but he is a good mixer and understands the game of politics thoroughly and give the man or men piled against him a fight they will never forget He announces that he will make no speches thus showing his good Judgment He is not a mag relic speaker and ho knows it Each week sees an advance in teal state The climax was copped yes terday when 400 per front foot was realized for a piece of property wi D- Hry poor street and long wave from lu heart of town A real estate man paid in my presence that J200 wonjd have been a magnificent price At lanta dirt sells and sells high There are 62 Waltons In Atlanta ac cordlnfiJ5 Sjfte directory but 1 know only twd f them my brother Mr T- It Walton and his excellent wife TUa four members of my family rune the total to 66 Quite n colony I shall try to meet some of thdm If they ore wealthy and prominent I may try to bans on their family tree Otherwise not I have enjoye going to several or the Sunday schools here and listening to the delightful singing I use the word dellghtfulbecause I know none other that expresses the quality no well At the Wesley Memorial Sunday School eight violins one clarionet rio cornets two trombones UVP sinus and a Plano assist the hundreds a voices and the muck Is stiupiy entrancing Asa G Candler maker of the great drink coca cola is a lend ins member of the Wesley Ieroirlai church a prominent worker in every good cause and a lendlg citizen of Atlanta He Is also probably At lantas richest man some clalmiuF thu his income Is at least JlOOOUOD a yearAtlanta merchants believe In silver Using Some time ago the dry goods firm of Chamberlain Duboao John Ben used 17 pages of tho Journal to tell about their good things they were offering This was a record breaker until a week ugo when Daniel lass Peachtrco street mens furnish ers used 33 pages of the Georgian This now record will likely stand for awhile I had the pleasure of hearing Hx Gov Joseph W Folk speak at tho Grand Opera House Sunday lie Onus In the Interest of Dr Len G Braugh tons tabernacle which needed t51I1 to accomplish its completion A cols 19000 was rais etlon was taken and ed Nearly 100000 had previously been collected for the project The XgoVernor made a splendid address ho was Introduced by F L Seoley editor of tho Georgian who referred to him1 as tho next president of the U S This brought prolonged applause Kr Folk Is hardly as substantial n man In his appearance as his picture make him and Is unfortunate In 1W a very poor voice but what ho says is to the point and has much forcer behind It The young mens Demo cratic Club wined and dined him turing his stay hero and gave nlw tho time ot hiD life This IB a splendidly managed cllyI Tho taxation Is not high for what talc citizens get and there Is every evi hence of Judicious work by the mayor INarrow Escape MRS ELIZA CORDIERS HORSE- BACKS OVER BRIDGE Mrs Eliza Cordier bad a very nar row escape from death or serious In Jury Sunday aiternoon while driving out the nuBiuavillo pike to attend the j Thehorsej StAsnphrigbehindlong enough for Mrs Cordier and her companion a young girl to Jump out The horsu then backed on off the bridge smashing the buggy The rail lag on this bridge gays way and one end falllngr Into the water below the horse In a manner slid down and was not badly hurt The buggy turned over completely In Its tall and had nut the occupants beau enabled to get out on the bridge the cotirfyiiioncea would have been horrible to contem plate Malcolm Miller PASSES AWAY IN RICHMOND AFT ER LONG ILLNESS Malcolm Miler one of the best known citizens of Madison county died at his home In Richmond late Saturday utter a long InvjUliU rn from paralysis and other troubles He Is survived by his wife who was Miss Eliza Lackey a slater of Mrs Motile McRoberts of this city and threw grown chldren Malcolm Jr and two daughters Misses Mary and Margar et Miller both very well known here Mrs McRoberts and Miss Uollle Me Roberts went to Richmond Sunday to attend the funeral HarpMcGuffey POPULAR YOUNG COUPLE MAR HIED SATURDAY AFTERNOON J H McGuffey and Miss Martha Harp a popular young couple living hetDanvilleat the home of llev J G Balou Sat urday afternoon The groom is A son of W M McGuffey and U a pi eminent young tanner while his ride Is the attra ctlve daughter or Martin Harp The bridal part was composed of Henry Harp Manly Me Guffey Misses Frances Reid Ruth Mi Outlay and Ethel Harp and their raany friends will Join Inv heartiest congratulations and best wishes Auto Fever STRIKES LITTLE WEST END CITY OTHER LIVE NEWS McKinney June 27 Well the good old summer tlmels here at last and Is throwing in a few degrees of heat extra for good meas lira but up to date ho one has suffered from sunstroke- Miss Nora Rifle left Monday morning for Nashville Chattanooga and art extendel trip through Tennes seeMrs Will Adams of Somerset visit ed fier mother Mrs Daytcn and friends here over Sunda Mrs Rebecca Landon of Mlllcdge vlllc and Harry Jacobs and wife were at Grove Saturday and Sunday visiting friends and attending services at the new Seventh Day Adventist Church whlch will soon be dedicated From the way automobile agents ore coming to this place it looks dike some thing would be doing soon as several of our people have the fever Mr Clarence Bohon ot Harrodaburg and Mr Rufus LIpps of Hustonvlllo were here today demonstrating the- E M F car and took F M Ware and the writer out for a long ride nnd It is ono of the finest and best cars that has been here so far in the way of speed and ease of control Mrs W F Dlshon of tSanforl and Mrs Pugh of Paris were hove Wed nesday with Mrs Harry Jacobs The band is getting along fine con sidering that two cornet players are o- ntu sick list The boys here have the bicycle frv been several nwer as thero have Wheels tfought here recently and a Plcycle Club and some races are on tho go It you are not sods ied ate using according to directions two thirds oft bottle ot Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets ypu can havo your money back The tablets cleanse and invigorate the stomach improve the digestion regulate the bowels Give well Sold by U item a trial and get tad his subordinates The police U composed of a good looklngmnnly set of follows who keep the best ot order There Isno political boss here and If thero Is any graft It has not yet been discovered A great and good city Indeed Is Georgias capital fin pards to everybody E C Walton h DASTARDLY EFFORT 1 TO WRECK TRAIN CROSSTIES TIED ON L N TRACK AT POINT BEYOND CRAB ORCHARDr l 0 Fast train No 22 on the L 8 N railroad from Norton Va to LouIs i MAesoclallonvention at Mlddlesboro Friday often r noon at 450 oclock hit an obstruc tion of cross ties which had been ylnc w- ied by tralnwreckeri on the track In a deep gorge between East TJarnstadt i and Hazel Patch Engineer Michael Grady saw the ob struction In time to slow dawn somewhat although the heavy locomotive plowed through the timbers while go iIng at a rate of 20 miles an hour The pilot of the engine was badly damag ed The train was In charge of Con ly 11Itlengthwise and fastened them securely JI with heavy wires one ot the ties being further up the track by a few feet than the other When the cowcatcher hit the first Ue It tore Intth-eloose from the rail and shot t out valley below like a catapault for a hundred yards or more The second tie was more securely fastened howIever and got under the cow catcher rind bad the engineer not put on the t emergency brakes as quickly as he rid the whole train would nave been tj thrown down an embankment 50 or 60Areel The United States marshal was notified and a posse of men went out to the neighborhood to see If tho wretches could be located Kings Mountain j J D Haggard Is riarvestln his fifteen acres ot wheat this week i Miss EloIse Murphy is visiting t friends and relatives at Wayneshur The Board of Trustees are ctanlng the graded school out woll whljh will be a great benefit to the com munltyrAn ice cream supper was glveu by Mrs James Florence Thursday even gieatsllcceuJMrs Henry Carman of Wllmore vsited her mother Mrs James Acorn this week- Mrs Wesley of PulaskI county visited her daughter Mrs J D Hag Lard lames Alcorn Is doing a profitable herb blsiness here Horn to the wife ot Nelson Goocli a girlMr Henry Cross and famlv of rrovldence Tenn are visitor their parents at this place Fishing Is fine In the K 11 lake at Fishing Creek Misses Thompson and Taylo of Eubanks visited their sistcrsMrs Albert Long Sunday The county road between Kings Mountain and Waynesburg Is being worked this weekIThe largest business herbt will soon be completed and occupied by Hester sonIThe Alcorn family are o U easles Miss Adams of Casey county visited her sister Mrs William Carey htis week The infant son of Hiram Chltwool was burled at Pleasant Point Thurs tiny OttenheimO- scar Jones has a patent attach went to a double shovel plow wlilca he thinks will be successful Our prospects are good for atbrapo crop The first crop was killed but new branches and vines havo put forth and new blossoms antigrapes are forming Gardens and vegetables of all kinds ore farther behind In this section than over before Hiram Kidd was thrown from a mule and received several cuts and bruises with a very bad mashed up houlder Mrs Nancy J McKinney of Carrara Is visiting relatives relatives In this srcloln n Pollard Is rejolclns over the ar rival of a tine boy at his home M F Davis had a fine cow to die j lust week Henry James and his son Jesse have been on the sick list but ure somewhat Improved at ttita writing I FOR SALE A good carpet and few other house hula articles Apply at College j I+ o r 1910IlAaE TWO tIt I r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872- I i EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At 1 Per Year in Advance SHELTON SAUFLEY Publisher Entered at the Post Office at Stau ford Ky as Second Class mall Campbell Cantrlil defeated Claud Thomas for the Democratic nomina tion for Congress In the Seventh dis trict by About 2500 majority in the hold Saturday few were 1surprlsel at the result Cant rills work ers nil tho money they could spend contributed by the Whisky and i Peer Trust the Tobacco Trust the School nook Trust and other big in 1vterests which Cantrlil had represent eo long as a professional lobbyist The active support of Clarence Lebus the republican president of the Burley Vie Society undoubtedly hurt IITbomnB considerably tho voters seem Stir ing to forget however that this was Il just what gave Cuntrlll the nomina i lion over Kimball two years ago Can carried all the counties in the dis Ltrlct except Bourbon and Woodford ilHis majority in Franklin was small he carried it at all was due to i fthe fact that the old organization not at the helm actively In charge of the fight for Thomas the leadership prominenti lAFINE SHOWIN- Gss The directors of the First National JIank of Stanford at their meeting I held on June 24th declared a dividend S of three per cent payable July 1st 1carded four per cent 12000 to tile l surplus fund and paid expenses and had left over for undivided profit account t about 1000 i At the services at the Baptist I church Sunday morning R K Gaines and Thurlow Jones were ordained as deacons The revival services con ducted by Rev J H Daniel continue to be largely attended Mr Daniel spoke on Success Sunday afternoon 1910 ANNOUNCEMENT 1910 The Land of Now 100000 Fertile Acres Abounding in J everything that Exalts and Embell i I ishes Civilized Life lohnd for Home or Investment f Association with the best citizenship No saloons no ssocial disturbances Churches for ail denominations f All work together for the general welfare Schools second to none Telephone exchange and connection everywhere i electric lights and modern Improve meats ttfleJlllon and education held sacred 4k1 prospects Ii i Available resources a Rare opportunities jNcb soli iAbundant crops Rousing conditionsJ 1Distinct advantages great variety i j1 On the road to prosperity i I Unlimited possibilities 1 None superior in fertility Truo to tho right I Yielding abundant harvest 1King of good roads I Youth and beauty reign Prices right Write for catalogue i Farms from 25 to 400 acres prices from J40 to 140 according to lo- cationI and iraporvements HUGHES SWINEBROAU Real Estate Lancaster Ky SOCIAL THURSDAY NIGHT The Christian Endeavor Society of the Christian church wll n sor clalt tba2hurch Thursday nlgnt The young peoples societies of the other churches are cordially invited THE FOURTH Its A SAD DAY for the man without Insurance Every time a rocket Imrst over his house he has heart dlrfeas If you arent insured better have us Issue you a policy toaay Tho fmdcra from worry it will afford you is none worth tho cost of the insurance If FishtPeniiingion Stanford Kx Plibhe 2OO DONT GET TRAPPED INTO POOR PLUMBING merely because it seems cheaper It is only seeming It may be the dear est invstment you ever made If your familys and your own health are anything to you get the best plumbing you can Wo are ready to IEtlraateisri dolng that kind for you wafRNERPh- one 188 Stanford Ky 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- n d watch results Youll satisfy yourself that you can buy no better apaint for the money anywhere ut- our paint talk l J A ALLEN Stanford Ky r FARMERSr r- hAs usual we are handling this sea son what you need in i Binders Mowers Hay Rakes t Harvesting Twine and Oil bugf I your 1 at these before you buy I We are the recognized headquarters s for all farm machinery and supplies in r this part of Kentucky Come in PENCEBROS Stanford i I AUTOMOBILES SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES IAGENTS FOR- t 1 20 750 EM F 30 1250 Haynes 2000 Baker Electric 2000 to 4000Studebaker Garford 4000 to 6000 If interested Phone us Bell 24 and we will gladly give you demonstration Danville Ice Cb ICoDanviUe x I STYLISH RUNABOUTS LAND BUGGIES AT TEMPTaINGLY LOW PRICES- INSPECTION IS INVITED rss frs tom L jiWlJfCh HI COINSt Stanford Kentucky I I THE PATENT NO 1 FLOUR IS UNCLE SAMS PRIDE and ours also The Perfect Flour a scientific product of the most ap proved milling methods The bread rolls cake and pastry it yields aro gnn nine health foodsthe kind that com Mnes purity and dellclouRness with high nourishing value Try n bg today and bo convnced J H Baughman Co A W CURD AUCTIONEER Burgin KentucKy I am n Jones National School of AucUon raOhlcnKoand have Ind ex perlence In the big cattle sales nt the Union Mock Yard Oldca yroioldioniehightboroughbrrdi ai ae horse soles wbere SHialci were made each studied U thllden s- Hoeor and phone me before you for your alt I can make sale toyouradvG1tGle rilONht8U Harry JacobsDealer In and Manufacturer of Marblo and Cranlto Monu monts Markeri and Posts Cemetery and l wn VRlee and Hetteei Office and worki llc Kinney Ky Spring Summer Stock perlencetrThen1yourclotheiwhetherelow clothes price will have that Individuality and ni which plainly indicate they were made to ronrmeaiure 1 will alto take your meat are for extra trouser fancy vests top coati and overcoat Bprlng and Hummet samples on band ready lor your inspection HO RUPLKYTheTrillor Stanford Ky MASONS MEET O1rAMwlllmeetI- nLincoln Lodge No Mated communication on each first and third Monday nights of each month ut liX oclock in their ball on moan itreeet Stan ford Ky Jlembors of sister lodges are Ira ternally Invited to bo present T W Pen nlniaon Sec L N TIME TABLE No 21 Honth llttt PM No a HOlltbIOt3 A x No 24 North 440 A Jt No HNorthfiiO P x No 27 1029 AM NoIB 140 P N JOS S RICE Agent WI 445 TRIBBLFurniture and Undertaking DayJPhono 28 Night Phone 183 Stanford linty Bring Your Produce To Us We hire openeda produce hove oa Son end itittt odwill paT the highest mukrt price for ill kind of country produce Brief ui yOW stet MkO BASTIN 6t CO- Stuford Ky BLAOKSMITHING 1 wring your Blackimitblng and general repair work to me Horctt Jkhmlug fee OppositePhillipsJA3t un MTT Stanford Kri JLBeazleyCoJ u Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture MaUingBKugB They will exchange Furniture for ill Kinds oi Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right tafr FORD KENTUCKY CUT FLOWERS FOR SALEl I can furnish th puuowlth the best aiwell as the freshest of cut flowers plants nf all kinds bulbs potted flower on ihort wrentblforallkludlprices 01irtI8TMA GREEN nOtTAIH KDllVIIIIAltn iaog- Htanfird K- yCONCRETING concreting sbouseyon promptly nnd guarantee nr tclnit prlcelbelorePHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky J J BELDEN For house carriage and ilgn painting deco ratITU paper banging also buggy trimming of all kinds such as tops recovered curtain and boots made stopover Aldridge black Imlth hop West Main Ht Hlanford Ky Phone Noery J J 11BLDKN Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to lell prlvatvlylmy stock of Oro cerlts and Hardware Doing hull ness Will Invoice n rU0 talon111 health OED D HOPPBR Htanford Ky When Hungry GO Tel Oureoni Ilcitnurant Lancaster Htroct Stanford K Meets served nt nil hours up to JltSOJpMS Real place In wnf or A good quick meal Cooking toiultourcuitonirriouripeclalty Splendid now line of fancy Groceries trot Coffee Sandwiches ploiClluftfir milk andivreetmllketcut all dines We A CARSON Prop a 2 rSII 6IL Artl L u i r- tesDr66U I a a 00 O aQa G K You Are Never Well Dressed Without a Genteel Becoming Hat The size and shapeof a mans face should control the I style of hislnt Fullshapedyt 12I v Panamas J y- iV4I4f1 ti3I ad o StesotsI atl350 and 5 for the larger and older men Yachts Stiffs and smallshaped soft hats in the fancy colors at 1 to 4 are the things for the young men We can I suit all ages and sizes i- tQoea1ooaot3joooooGoooo i or J s H J McROBERTSO- uOQQOQ Goaa OO aOQOOOOOO000E G G L Penny K II Coffey E R Coleman Ice Cream Soda Water- Phosphates Grape Juice And a Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNYS DRUG STORE Storiforl Kentucky Detroit Vapor The Latest In DILSTDVES Absolutely Wickless NofAs bestosNo Cotton WicksJE JI tEThe VeryThingIfor K CookingprMokes life In thelkitch en endurable in hot rla E weather y 1 GEO H FARRIS H B Northcptt DEALER IN Live And Dressed Poultry Eggs Ice l v a 1 Shins Furs Salt T lire Cirucng And leathers Phone 33 Lamd dery Branch Hotse Stanford Ky Thurmnn K Tudor Mgr P1ii I 5T tt M 1 r I v 0 I ESDAY tt JUNk 281DI0 THE INTERIOR 7OU At6 f PAGE HR r Et 1 IIIIgMens Tan Low Shoes4 tJn Correct Styles and Best Quality Regular 300 Shoes at 195 f Mens Patent Low Shoes In High Grade Goods sold at 4 and 85 Take any at 8295 Get your future nccds out of this sale and save 81 to 82 QhJ c J On Sole Monday 8 A M L SEVERANCE SON Stanford KentuckyI i Io t 11nifi1J1e PERSONALS uiWJIl McCarly InCincinnati hall ln his grandmother Mrs Sarannthi liaiifhMlii Cynthia Deck Is at homo Iron Knoxvlllo where oho taught ehoo last year Mri and Mrs A P Hunn and Mr Frank Hunn spent Sunday with then mother In Louisville Miss Nora B Johnson of loot Ulv er Oregon has returned home rafter tlslUne Mm A 1 Hunn Muse llerta Jean Icnny will 10- to Frankfort tomorrow to be tho guest of Miiiilelen Oltonr Itev Will topper who Is nt Huru araldaysweek It 4 Mrs Flihcr nnd handsome little ron Md Miss Florence Shelby of Arcndlii f u gucijti of their sister Mrs I M Msnoberis t Rev IX M Walker has returned ntlm Garfnrd county whore ho con ducted a successful revival service at 6 Jfw Antloch Church 1Ir O U Mnrtin of Stuamille his been tho guest of his grand aon AV O Mortlu Master Patrick edi- thiasnlao been with Mr Martin Miss Margaret BIbb who has spent wine time In Nashville has returned to her homo here Her grandmother Mrs MUUo nibb returned with her Little Miss Alice Rlgnoy of Lan caster who has been the guest of MUs n rtle McClure returned home Saturday Miss McClure accompanied her and is now her guest Jnmcs H Raughman went to VJn MondayAp was here this peek with his mother Mrs Sam Robinson and baby lire on a skit to her parents at New lied ford Mass- Mlts Anna Chancellor was the guest of friends and relatives at Moreland last woek Mr J D Pugb of Paris has been the guest of Mrs Vaulkner Dlshon for u pleasant visit Tho Ladles Aid Society of tho lisp tlst church will meet with Mrs J D Wearcn Friday afternoon Judge E U Ritchie and wife ot Mineral Wells Texas aro the lae3ts of her parents Mr bud Mm J N MenefeeMrs Kittle nosh and Mm JcnIa flush Cox of St Louis stopped by for u vlnlt to Dr and Mrs J O Carpenter and family en route to Lancaster to vJMt other relatives Miss Miry D Carter has returned hbmo from PIttsburg Pa where she tiiiiKht last term In the School for the Dent She goes this fall to teach at Sulphur Okla Mr Sam Spoonamcre of Knoxvlllo Tenn spent n few days with the homotolks returning Sunday night to accept a position ali bookkeeper with the oSulh Knoxvlllo Urlck Company Mrs J G Carpenter Jr and little and Miss llesslo Collier of the Ifcist Bnd spent Saturday with Minn Kit Huffman O L Penny Is back from thtt an1 nual meeting of the Kentucky Pharma ceutical Association at Olympian Springs lie was chosen as a dele gate to tho national meeting Tho Harrodsburg Republican says that Mrs W Con Doll who was seri ously Injurel In the accident In wUcu Judge Dell lost his life has sulficlont y recovered to be taken from the hospital to the hotel OQaQOOOaOQO j O aaaa a a OG Q- G 0o V a11eysI e t i t q L1LiGornet il f i LTdFI udF- F + Buy our line of wool clothingF I sfiz They will not fade I i Allwool Blue Serge or Light 4 Crash Suit or a Light Quar 1 terlined Twopiece Suitwu t 4j Will Keep You Cool on ghese Hot Days onw s Va I t v ecationii- iu 11 0t You Will Find Our Line 0- L w Full of Cool Clothes fj p FOR HOT WEATHER z- t i Cummins Wearen 5 r Y STANFORD KENTUCKY tap qog This store is the home of Hart Schaffner Marx clothes tiO Men Celebrate the Glorious Gourth in a pair of Bargain Shoes madetoline of good and you can profit by this sale They are on the bargain counter In center of our store and you can have your choice at 195 2 95 v Mica Ida May Adams Is tho hontiB I eir n most delightful house party Th following guests rn the rcclpUnl of the two weeks splendid enterlair ment Miss Jennie Fnjrls Hullcj Frankfort Mss Edith till Clncnntil Miss Clarlco McElroy CovlnKton Sllaa La Vna McOrav Junction CH Miss Theodosla Peak Faytttevllle Ark and Allsic Sarah JJaushmtui Stan lord MesBrs Sam Nloholn Dan vllle T Landnim Harrodsbar Hilly McGraw Junction city Ilroh Drown and Whitney Payne Wanww Ihe entertainments of the weep give ly Miss Adams in honor of her guest were a card party Monday jvtning reo ceptlon Wednesday evening and Ian rveniuc a dance at the Miller hotel At the reception Wednesday evenini roirtBhinants were servd to one hun tired and ttitnty V6m Vernon BIg Ihol 0 BUYS NICE FOUNTAIN J Beechor Adams of Danville bRS sold hit big soda fountain to W If Lair of HuitonvlHe Mr Adams IS In stalling one of tho high class Icelts ountalne the first ono In Danville BASE BALL AT hUTONVILLC I The Mlddleburg base ball team wil cross bats with the Hustonvllle pint on the lattera grounds next Satunlti afternoon at 230 oclock A Mood game may be expected as both teanm pit up a clasey sample of boll MR SEVERANCES NEW CAR Will Severance drove tram Frank tort Saturday in his handsome nun llalllday automobile It is a Ibuue power car artd ne fleet and beautiful aa a bird Kev Joe Seveance Is agent for this car and Mr Severance bought it thro him It IB one of the finest rare in this part of the StteILAND OFFICE BUSINESSI t Will French a native of Knox cone O1llbooteiho toys was Drought here Wed nesday surd lodged In jail on the uhnrgo of Illegal sale of whisky rhero vrer enough witnesses jo mnUe about fifteen counts against him lut he plead guilty In two casos nnd ho others wore dismissed file to cords In the olflco of the txiroKS agent at Livingston show French ins reoelved over 100 Jugs In tho last taw veoKs Mt Vernon SUnat SCUDDER COLLINS Tho marrlngo of Miss Lucy Scuildr of Madison county to Arthur Collins uf Dourbon county took place ut the wintry home of the brlilos parents Sunday June 19th at 3 P M The wd ling was n quiet ono only n tow close relatives of tho contracting parties being prosent The happy unltn Is tho culmination of several months en sngomont yet cornea as an agreeable surprise to tholr legion of friends UR only n fow were apprised of the up Teaching nuptials Tho bride Is an inly daughter of Mr J N Seuddur null fa n sister of Mosars Richard and Robert Scuddor of this county nnll Is ono of Madison cduntya fair ellt and best The groom Is n son of a promlnunt aimer of Bourbon county ba is Bated nt Carllsle an an L N R olllclal nnd Is a man of sterling ualltles Immediately nffvr the care Mmy Mr and Mrs Owllns loft for Iinml toll 0 to visit reiaUves Cures dizzy spells tired feelings stomach and liver troubles keeps you roll all summer Thats what Hollla ers Rocky Mountain Ten will do Try it and you will always buy IL 35 cents 1ea or Tablets Shugara Tauner STATE or onio CITy or Loco 00W T1eIIAKK J CIIENIT mikes oath tint he b tfnlta of the arm of P J CUWIT k Co dome bmlntia In the City ct Toledo COunt and elate itorreah and that rtkl arm will par the urn ul ONE IUJNDnBD JJOUA11S for each and cvrry cue pi CiTinjai that cannot bit cured by the law o- fIlatre CaARIUI Coax rnA NIt J CiIENGI sworn to before me and aabacrllxxJ In my prtwnce Uiii fib day of December A D lea i lAW QLEASOJf 1 nAt r NOTAIIT rtlUO Ilaaa catarrh CUre tt taken toternally and arts dlrrcUy upon the blood end mucoui iurec of tbe tjittra Bend tor lntlmonUH tree V Short Local News fitter twine W H HIM Fly Paper Fly Screens Fly hlllera Tly t iylhlng at tho CItv htore Another stock of Dollar watches at at the Country Store Before youbuy a parsol see tin ones attbe Country Store + Chantecler neckwear lathc latest fed We have It Cummins No Wear en Stable rend Mrs Mattie D Kirby Powder tobacco nnd tee mokcrs Geo H Farrls Large linoIrlncesa dressers druggets and rugs W A Trlbble Binder twine hay forks hay rake nnd harvesting oil etc at W H Hlg gins For saleFirst class Bell City thresher at a bargain W O Vmljer Stanford Ky For Sale Brand new Oliver type writer latest model at a bargain fcd C Galncs Lancaster Sl3 Our clothes cleaner and repairer Is on duty again ready to wait on the trade Cummins Wearen Found Pair of gold rimmed spectacles Owner can get same by paying for this ad This oOlce My barbershop will1nthe future bo open Sundays till noon Ed VII kinson 312 rostApin with letters N E C Of Rewardjjhrjeturn to Severance Sons V Pure Decring Sisal binder twine at 6 cents a pound J O Wouthorfonl JIuBtonvllle 334 r- YOUNG MR BADGETT Dorn on Juno 22 to the wlf3 of Mr T F Badgett near Himlonvlllu a 11pound son Thomas Faulkner Jr The mother was MIss Grncla Dishon of Stanford fCIICE TO SHAREHOLDERS OF LINCOLN COUNTY NATION AL BANK At a meeting ot tho directors of this bank at Its banUluK house in Stanford Ky on June Ijl 19l0tt was toaolvcd that a meeting of to share holders bo called to meet on Tuesday July i6 1910 at Its banUIni office In Stanford Kyto voto on the props Billon to amend tho article of tssorm inn ot this bank as follows F strTo Increaso capital to100 Ion and to authorize the directors to- set price of now stock Sjcoinl To increase tho number of directors to Illflcen W M OrlsW Cashier Je Ce McClary Undertaker and Embalmer STANFORD KY flle Phono IW Home Ibonf 34 BRING YOU RHORSE LONGi ind toolt at tilt latest In harness L will npnrovo of it as well as yoj I Our stock of saddles nro strong and I well made and as for whips fly nets Dlanlets etcr we have endless tiuan 1 titles nUll qualities to suit all tastes1 II a l jl Mens Bargain Socks j I As a flyer to go with these shoe bargains we will sell 150 pairs Men s Silk Finish Socks the 19c kind at 13c per pair or two for 2c Not ove four pairs to one customer I ii L1 i III Notes and Accounts Collected We collect notes and accounts anyWhere in the United States No charges unless we collect Also look dfter claims of all kinds Bank references Correspondence solicited AYs cLUEeXION AGECY WOODSON MAY Mgr L4 it- r Somerset Kentucky to 3 r f Fountain s Shirts i ANDeArrow Brand Collars The Styic you like nd the size you want r I Jf11 I i 4 W E PERKINS i CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY j I IL MartinIR Hughes T W Humble W O NEW NECKWEAR I We call your attenTion to our new line of Dutch Collars in stylish effects of a pretty White Lawn with Lace Trimmings Also a beautiful line of Allover Lace Collars in Black anil White Also new Jabots in one two and three piece effect with ClUny and Imitation baby Irish I Our line of neckwear is always new and trimmingSI carry only the latest creations for Ladies Misses I ren Come in and be conviuced I 4 HUGHES MARTIN CO 1 Ii Dry Goods Notions Shoes crLSTAORD KENTCKYJ Double Your Profits by Using an INDIANA SILO y7 any man who uses one 54 per cent of the food value of corn Ais contained in the shucks cob leaves and stalk 46 per cent in the grain therefore corn hand in the field loses 51 per 5 per cent total food value SILO is 95 per cent Why continue to waste stock When the reach of all and fully guar nine acres of corn and Also agent for the most ments Cutters Practical I and loader led by cutting and shocking t cent by putting in the saved by feeding through thet1halfINDIANA SILO is within theIanteed 185 SILO holds k feeds 28 cattle six months uptodate ensilage and equip conveyor and corn elevator k I TUESDAY JUNK 28 1910 PAGE FOUR THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I t Instant Cash Relief At Any Cost Sale Opens On SATURDAY JUNE J25th 1910v Saa1dersGREAT MONEYMAKING SCHEME Relief Our Only Satistaction Opens OnI SATURDAY JUNE i TRUDBLEJA Dull Season has left Mr Sanders with an overloaded stock It must be cleaned out His stock must movePrices Have Been Cut and previous values thrown to the winds I WAIT WAIT WAITq4 the Biggest Best Most Startling Unmerciful Bonafide Sacrifice ever known in all past history of Kentucky It is all past believing 1 18000 worth of Uptodate Merchandise to be thrown on the mar- I ket at the mercy ofthe public on tt SATURDAY JUNE 25tha- t9 oclock a m sharp at the most astonishing ridiculous sacrificei ever set in type and at such powerful reductions that never met the eyes of mortal man before Dont miss it Clothing Shoes Hats Dry Goods and everything you must eat and wear you can find in f this saleI ISTOP LOOK READ CAREFULLY THESE PRICES MENS MNB SUIT5lho same you bare always pnld from 17 to 13 fort Sale price250A1EVS HIGH GRADE Dark Silk mixed cults the best for busi seas wear 498 raT WHAT WE SAY here but the values themselves They Jtl about the loudest J12 to fir nInes sale 3ce48ftA- wJMF BLACK THIBETS uitftnlsbed tvorstels 13 valuesl sale price X98- J1ERK VB HAVE prepared a line of wnlcJj wo are proud Picture for yourself a handsome serge it11ned of the latest models A i iilty to sell them o low No mel cy for this sale JJS values at li 3- TOONO lIENS SUITS Three piece stilts sizes 14 to 18 lot pants will be put in four bit f lots at 145 J293 395 and 445 J3OYS SUITS We earn the largest line of Boys and Chil II drens suits in Crab Orchard Stop and consider that we must tell these suits at the lowest s prices Suits worth from 2 to 5 to goat from 7Cc up to295 DOMESTICS 4 spools Sansllk all colors 10c 3 dozen Ocean Pearl buttons for 10C Mens and Days hats for lOc IN IT IT OUR DO AND I i t FARMERS DEPARTMENT For Bale 100 toot tobacco bed A 8 Ilobblns Phono 1U1M I a farm of about I lO or 200 in Lincoln county c Apply thIs office 313 i two good hordes five to pears old must strictly soutrl good W I r FOR SALE is horse traction new Rur a short lair a last W L Cordlor Row For SaloS horse f engine John B JJi R O No 4 Stanford31tie War Sale of fine to bacco plants J M For Sale 90acro farm well Pulaski county If yon a farm at own price SOl me ll tv A Rose Ky r r r rwr 3 ancy or plain tor tOe fine black hoses per pair 7 1 2c Ladle GOc corsets tabled Straw for1kIta- hies fine quality Hoods 15c straw ticking per yard7c3- Pc heavy feather ticking per yard i7c 1125 lace 3 to 3 12 yard long per pair89c1150 lace curtains in white tan red and green large oJO 95c and Gents GOc belts 19c Best for95cMe-ne SOc ties 100 pattarna19cL- adles fine collars eachlacf-ao Combs and He Combs per palrca2cCh- ildrens ISc per pair c MENS PANTS OF ALL KINS- Men tPtuta worth 150750gl- en a 8 Pants 250 12- Mens pants 35175li-ens pants worth 650 3275 lays knee pants worth 5t 19c MENS GOODS Mmf shirts worth 73c 39c heal S1 shirt In Crab 85c Mens bluu shirts worth 4ttv39cli- on fine hose worth 1Zv 9c Alecs worth St for 79c Mens Shirts and Drawers each 19c all colors black tan and green ladles Batiste waists in UNDERSKIRTS FURNISHINGS for19cSH- OES Iuloc ILADIES slzesit Cash Sale 25th 1910 For 15c4cA-ll ans2tcdoz- Masn FR 1WE UNDERSELLING ALL MERCHANDISE US SELF STATEMENT SATURDAY VOUPSEL MONEY SADDLES AT L L SANDERS Crab Orchard Ky Stanford WantedTo seven flrlvers KJhimld Slcrord Kyipower oniraratlvoly only Ibx I3tthreshing Anderson quantity Siioonaniore located Jooitlng 1ltor handkerchiefs sunaper38c for3fo curtains Barrettes cach15c Supporters worth worth FURNISHING OchTd Overalls onlyteLADIES WAISTS Swlts embroidery trimming for950 OTHERS INTEREST UNLESS enslno portable Hedgevlllc Mountain umbrellas For Saje Half dozen nlco thorough TIHobertsThe greatest nnd mule rings of any fair in the staU tit the Luiieta fair this year See the rich prem iumsA carload of nice Western hof 1I fast received and for sale J Nnvln larter3JHooker Reid Danvlllp has pur l chased a combined 1inro team Di A f Sparrow of Parlrsvllle the filtration beliig 14 v All the railroads upeolal and special trains will t tho Lancaster fair 729 varyvvaaCourtquiet there were only cattle on tho market tile armors remaining at home to take idvantaso or the good tor work A nunnv ler of horse changed hands at from SO to U40 A M fold nine shoats to Tuggle of Madlaon at JO cents a good figure ot the great Lancaster fair will soon he at the interior Journal office for distribution Call nnd get one Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will brace up the Dan tea sick headache prevent desponden cy and invigorate the whole system Sold by O U Penny AND LADIES MUSLIN Fancy white underskirts worth 150 for 0 age All embroidery Bounce white bkirts worth 3 for 5149 Ladles fine knit vests worth 20c for 9c fancy Corset Covers all size worth 35c SHOES are tho hardest to mos so we are going to sell all big atiuk of Shoes at prices that will milk you 1uy your shoes Look at These Prices i Mens flue shoes and oxfords lat- estI style black and tan 517 liens patent Vici kid heels worth 360 S23S duns shoes worth U sale prlco 232 00 pairs of Mens low cuts and shoes of all kinds of leathers style button lace Will make one big lot In this sale Shoos worth not less than 350 go at 238 j All our mens shoes are cut from r 0c to 1 for this sale I SHOES Ladles 3150 or Nippers j gather throughout for 95c U patent or vlcl shoes or slippers 124 rutent gun metal or viet slip 1 era or shoes all 5 I 450 1 2 3 or 4atrap oxfords 2 15 guaranteed pumps IF OF LETWILL be of W make IIt cured me or It tho life of my child are the expressions you hear every day about Chamberlains Colic Cholera nd Diarrhoea Remedy This Is true the world over where this valuable has been Introduced No other medicine in use for dlar dr bowel complaints has receiv ed such gauoral approval The secret the success of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and diarrhoea Hometly is that it curcsdold by U L FIRE AT J LLICO A disaftrous fire visited Jellco Teiin Saturday morning destroying five ofSU buildings The East Tola phono Cos plant destroyed and for a while tho to wipe out the entire town Kurd work b the finally faubdiied tho fire and Its spread Will Bopped i Chamberlains Cough Remedy iu sold on a guarantee th t if you are not ratUileb using twothlrbs of a bottlo according to directions your money wIll be refunded it Is up to you to try Sold by U L Penny tNSi J Is Childrens shoes and slippers 18c AND THESE BARGAINS All American and calicoes yd ie Host apron ginghams yJ 5c 10 tent dress ginghams yd 80- 12ic and 16c dress ginghams jr19e Fancy lawns 10 and 200 grade yd i2c Knucy linen dress suitings worth 2Co a yard for loc 1nucy silk all colors worth f0c a yard 38c I SOc Mohair all color per yard39c Prista and coal all colors finish for 12c 18 and 20 inch embrolderoa fir erorsct covers or skIrts beautiful designs for tae t to f inch embroidery and laser lion worth Val laces and insartlnsfj regular 12c values 7o Table linen white or colors wortt1 35e40cCrush and toweling worth JEc per yardEcCott- on toweling white or Urn and la worth 7c a yard 4c AT HALF PRICE American Tin Fruit Fruit Cans at Half Price Ben Apple Vinegar 19c a gallon Fn sf I 9hnl shrdl surd ihr yOU DOIBT liS COME AND SEE NOW niGH GRADE VISIT UP WILL BE TO NO GOOD YOU COME AND PROVE JUNE 2S t- ALL SALE BEGINSYOU WILL SAVETOPURSEYOUR PRiCEHALFOUR HArtNESS AID WHIPS Rent acres Wanted 1sw1 season Huber Any Ky are your Kings Ladles Hoods Ladles tSlde ollsh YoJIR richest ter con rntes run July weather llourne Catalogues nerves our ftjoA Cuban shoes saved remedy rhotn Penny vas flames llireatonod people after best quality wash lining stUn our linen HATS ARE TO MAMMOTH CAVE July 20th from Stanford and nil wwy stations on regular mornUi truo a great three days outing for onlY JI2G5 This wilt include the raflrosu tare also board at Cave UoM antI n4 mlHlan to the several routes In n cavo See large bills and L dz N agenti34insures Tobacco and Tobacc Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Reildeacfl Phone Sat Office 96 Insure with me cud be fully protected B D CARTERNew Liver DepotStreetPhone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY l c Ji eEawe1 I A new anti uptodnte line of odd welldressed OxConJAlso ent Leather and S- wedeClothing When you buy doth ft from us orcinOur hat department s now more complete than ever We have to StrnwYachtbefore you buy SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY 11IIIStr i L L SANDERS I 9 Crab Orchard Kentucky 8 1 Learn Phone A Ifyou the STOCK b LINfIi to New Stock Yards buyaand set R day in the year except Sunday Bring 4 1 cctl aud best covered pen ouUido of LouUville or Lcxintnn STANFORD KY We also do general hitchand fitnl biisinesa w L MCARTYPKS E c WALTON vprw LR HUOUESA AT Stanford Real Estate Co Stanford KentucKy t Farms and Town Solfl Property to Sell or Notify Us i Write for Circular toiHUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky wH H Wt H i tjH iwH i i wi H H iO rr D i5OVERLANDA IIF Is Its Simplicity t I iG I ol I Anyone Can to rli Run it For it Operates Gearstt tow 2 us For Demonstration m c have anything to sell in Tnko Nunnclleys lIe every on itileI water BoudtIf you Have Ront L R o 0 aFamilyWoman can Run it as Easily asa Man Just Let us this to You t I C P Cecil WalterDunn AGENTS itI Free Prove Danville Ky It i 4- oss lVH iI4