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Tci ed Ir i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL1 ill q VOLUME XXXVII TANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY JULY 1 1910 NO56 I CAMPAIGN FOR POOL IN LINCOLN NEXT EFFORT WILL HErMAOE TO ORGANIZE TOBACCOGAOWtRS CROP PROSPECTS I i I With good progress being made In i the campaign to pool the 1910 tobaccoI lientuckythe Burloy Tobacco Society will be j alreadbeing Scclotypool much or the big crop which 10 countfarmerst hproorIolpool IH a success tho prlcu of tobacco beforothowhile tosrow tho weed In this rcctlon A hard tight Is being made on tho pool In some sections but iti frlenJa laythAtassuredBradleyr ttveihascess in his efforts to organize the Our rard county tobacco growera He spoke to a largo crowd In the court t house nt Lancaster Monday And+ Col Joel Fort who played touch an Im portaut part in organizing the dart tobacco growers of Tonnes also spoke with Mr Wilson Tho lattoi organIzingthen come to Lincoln county nnd make a strong effort to convince the tobacco growers their Interests uro In separably bound up in the success or the pooling movement In this connection some very Inter cstlng figures have been compile by the Cincinnati Enquirer regarding tbcproductlon of tobacco this year f The Enquirer says This jcara crop of tobacco In the United States will not be far from 7000000U found greater than tho crop of 1001 and that broke all previous records Tb hear oat approach to last years crop In size r d was that ot 18M when according tc tho figures of the Bureau of Statistic of tho Department of Commerce and Labor there were planted in the Unit ed States 1101400 acres from which tho production was 8G8liV 65 paned valued at 45t 9S7002 According in tho same authority last years noro ago was 1180300 and tho produotljn 349357000 pounds valued at fJi 7lJ 365 This area Is perhaps too largo by j 60000 cr s 05 that of KuiilucKy is reported at 4X0000 where It ooiild not at tho roost havo exceeded r70000 The returns tills spring of the neriano planted last year as reported la Inc Knqulrcr lor this revluw nhovr an av rage of 365440 about one tbfitl ot nil they tobacco rated Tali still will tho area planted In 1303 stone u tha record to that Umv 1132 2G tares mid mako tho production afoul I 940558400 Tbo crop of IDtO hat boon planted practically overywncro or will bo Jn I a tow days Tho indications wo that J Mill 100 uulinffatucMcfhcffiUliftf li tho area planted U bout 1219877 acres 110111 which not loss than 1 000 000000 probably more pounda of loaf tobacco should bo harvested Anoth er year or extension of this Industry s r and tku tobacco production of tite country should bo well established bet yond the 1000000001 pound Mark The tobacco area of the three Ohio valley states Kentucky Ohio mid In j dials is tho greatest tobacco produe Ingtfleld in tho United tjtaieu Of IB tho world Iho combined acreage la 495425 and is almost onehalf that ol tho total tobacco prodijcine nC15uJo ct the United States It Is the greatest burly field in tho world nail outBid of burley territory produce other types ot such excellent quality that they uro oua litr lor by the nianuf etuiiu of theihlgheat grades of smoltlng and ehttwtng brands la air parla ot the world I 1hu area Wanted fa Kentucky this year Is acres greater than In 1900 Planting condltloaH were very mixed Some reports wore very ills d couraglug while others say tho plants 1 were never set out under such favorable conditions that they were strong and have grown well and promise lee ord yields About half tho ncroaKo is + white burley the otbor types being red uurley dark stemming Urn river French Italian Turkish Yellow Prior Regla Blue Prior Orinoco and almost countless other varieties even standard typos yielding almost now varloUes when Introduced Into pow 1 districts ATTENTION SPORTS 4Dont rail batoDapvlllo JillI 4th to hoar the detailed returns by rounds ot the great JeffriesJohnson light the last grettptitcfiIjUt to held in the United States re turns will at House at 330 oclock DBvll mn l Lexington are the only towns out In the tate wblch lylll give theses having ditti wires iriira thv flUiillilb 4A WILD RAOrNO BLIZZARD brings suffering olton death to thousiadawho take colds coughs and laerlppe that terror of winter and spring Its danger signals are stuffed up nostrils lower V1 ot nose sore chills arid fever pain In back of bead and a throat gr1 wing cough When Grip attacks as you value your life dont delay getting Dr Kings New Discovery One writes A L Dunni r bottle cured rte ot Pine Valley Miss utter being laid up three weeks with Grip For lunge hemorrhages toughs 11colds whooping cough bronchitis i asthma 1W supreme 50c 1 Guaran i teed by GL Penny f I THE LATEST I A representative of the Cumberland Grocery Company of Burntslde has been at Junction City with a view to establishing a branch there Rot B J Pinkerton of Lexington assisted by Rev Wyatt Montgomery of Moreland Is hold a very successful protracted meeting at the Christian church at Junction City The funerals of Mrs A T Freeman her young son and Louis Camp who went killed in tho automobile rccldent In Florida were held at their home in Boyo county near Peroville Filday Mark Jennings of Lancaster who shot and killed a negro boy us ne Jon pings was passing along the pike In front of the boys house was giver three years In the penitentiary byar Garrard court this week 1VblIonInthe Jennings tried to cut his threat with a pocket knife Ho is be lloved to bo half way Crazy Tiiu uomomed statements of tho thrto Danville banks show over a mil lion dollars in deposits there Senator John W Daniel Virginias grand old man died this week Sen ntor McEnery ot Louisiana also pass ed away rather suddenly WILL ISSUE WARRANTSI ON APPLICATION JUDGE MENEFEE SAYS THERE IS I COMPLAINTSOF DISORDERLI NESS ON SUNDAY Thero was considerable dUorderll not in the city last Sunday nnd Rev oral arrests were made by th olticcrs As a consequence there was buslneto before Judge Menefeo In the Policy Court and two convictionn wero ob tallied and one of the alleged offenders was acquitted by a Jury Thero has been much complaint cf drinking on Sunty and of Holt drink stands being open on Sunday and aft er twelve oclock on Saturday nights Judge Menefee says that hI wilt Issue warrants If any of those who nro com plaining will come before him and make the necessary oath for their Is anal lie endeavored to swear as n witness a man who was complaining to him this week but the complainant nas unable to give any evidence of hiM peisonal knowledge and w tour Incompetent as a witness W A Harney was acquitted by a jury of borne disorderly Oft Sunday and cussing some negroes Ho wna defended by Attorney K S Alcorn whllo City Attorney J B Paxtoii pros touted His brother V J Hurujy was given n line of S and the trimming on a hlmllar charge Both are tobac- Co growers for E IIlnd J 11 Woods nil Cassidy woo glen a Zinc 01and costs for being drunk Mid disor derly Baturday night whllo Owen Con wny caught 10 and roots for drunk onorss and 10 days In Jail and cue uf 26 far cvrylnK a pUtol Ho Is a tobacco grower for J B caw1 Complication Of Troubles CAUSES DEATH OF DAVID 30LD EN AT HOWLAND Dayld Boldcn aged C3 years nI well known resident ot Rowland died this week and his body was shipped to his old homo nt Mayavllle for bir gal Ho was n faithful member of tile Ihricllan church and the funurtl ser vices wore conducted at hln Iat3 bi mo by Rev D M Walker pastor nt the church here Mr Holden leaves two eons In Islington and other relutUes and friends to mourn his death HB had long boon a sufferer from a com plication of troubles Waynesburg Quito a largo crowd attended the lecture given hero Sunday afternoon by Dr J U Carpenter of Stanford on the Great White Plague tuburiulo sis Drs Tom Acton of Eubank und A K Caldwell ot this place also gave interesting talks on the subject Mrs Nancy J Squires is with us again wo are glad to say In the Inter eat of the L O V M Mrs BlmorGIWlaBd of Kings Mountain was Initiated tntotkd order Tuesdayr v Mr and Mrs Carroll Hawkins of Anderson Ind Beare guests qt her father Mr Craig Sims thla WIec Novice Johnson came over from Somerset rtusday to seol1 nightly rettyglrl Mesdanen C 0 Caldwell D W UaWvteU and Emily Caldwell v ere Witset Mrs W R Singleton Mona ltuWe lo Murphy of Kings MwuiUln visited Miss Ruih Slngluton glftturday and Sunday 1i J Wllllamr of Hlehland was hKeJlaturdar Y 4 MiMee and Laura Johnson of KUga iCeumUlni wer 1 KUwts of Mrs JtLH Singleton Tuesday Wrs Hendrix Uayes ta with her at FUaa tPoint tlals week rMarttlJtJtIWHlIkatrlved Thursday tttl l P11i visit klt home tolksiT4wCh Ar 1pIfUrban Singleton Ux prlnbs this week and leaves Sunday Tor Cin cinnati Messrs Durward Singleton and Elward Noland were In Kings Mona tarn Sunday calling on two pretty girlsThe many friends of Mrs Mury J Cochran wore very sorry to hear the sad news ot her death Hyomel has done a wonderful thing for me For two years I was so that I spoke in a whisper now HYIomelMrsvlelt N Y O L Penny Hyomel to cure catarrh or any throat trouble Complete outfit 11 extra bottles 5U cents 13 ADDITIONS TO- ANTIOCH CHURCH iREV WALKERS MEETING IN OAR RARD NDsFARMERK- ICKED IN FACE- Lancaster July 1 The protracted meeting nt tho An tloch Christian church In this corm ty conducted by Rev D M Walker ot Stanford resulted In much spiritual uplift and 13 additions to the membership theChristian dldates Saturday afternoon who join ed qV the recent revival held In tills county by Rev D M Walker of Stan fordMr A W Kavanaugh ope of Gar lards most Industrious lortuors met With quite a painful accident on Wed nesday Whllo handling a young horse he was kicked In the face his lip be ing split open and his nose broken Mrs Samuel Spoonamoro bought two BOWS and 15 pigs for SlIO Heal V Bastln sold 28 hogs to V A Lear at 850 per hundred Mr Alex Walker Ift the pos sessor of handsome automobile His brother who is from Decatur 111 clime through to see him hi the nut machine P S Rankin bought a number of sheep for the city market It C hail er bought a sow and pigs for 47iO Tho first of the series ot union set vices was held Sunday evening at tho Methodist church A colored man named Jim Donuy toll from the roof of O O GreenloafH house while at work upon It and broke his collar bone Miss Mamie Lee Ballard entertain ed at a six course dinner at her pret ty country home at Dryantsvlllo In honor of her cousin Mlaa rguerlte Woolfolk of Lexington Miss Tommie Francis In m filch mond visiting Mr and MM George Hallow Miss Alberta Anderson en tertalned the Tuesday Aft rnoon Club on Wednesday and a most enjoyable repast was served In courics to the guests Mrs Melvin Harris of Lex ington and Mr John Marrs ot Richmond wore called hero by ihi death of their niece Miss Margaret Tomlln son Elder F M Tluder loft Sunday evening to begin a series of meetings at Tullahomo Tenn Ho will also visit his brother In Montgomery Ala before his return home Mm Ed Walker has returned from a visit to her mother Mrs Annie Rnlnay of Eminence Mm Kugenla Bush Cox and little daughter Chrlettnu Careen ter Cox of SL Louis am guests of Miss Sallle Elkln Miss Kolla Arnold left Monrtny Tor a stay of siirernl clnys Jn Lexington and Nichplasvlllo Mies Alllo Arnold lcft Saturday lor n visit to her aunt airs Hugh Hemphlll of Nlcholasvillo Mr ana MM Ilerncon Young nnd baby nnd sister Miss Usule Young are here front Iiiniiuu for n rlslt to Mr fInd Mm Wfl Anderson Goodwin Elkin of Atlanta Is Hero fort vlHlt to his grandfather I ant T A Elkln and family Mr Robert Nsulker and slater Miss Annie May Walker ot Rlchnond are guests of Lancaster lelatlvos Miss IJettlo West Is nl homo after a pleasant vlalt to friends in Georgetown Winchester and Lex InRton Misses Nannie U erring and llesslo Brown returned Saturday from a pleasant stay with frlenlH at Hustcnvlllc Miss Amanda AuJoreon who left hero somo two weeks URO tor the Normal School nt Richmond In reported quite sick Mr Junes N and dau htor Ms + Katlo Lee auattended Mrilcolm Miller at Richmond Monday Mrs W A Price will be tho hostosj Saturday afternoon of the member if tho Ladies Aid Society at her handsome homo on Richmond street Dainty refreshments will be aervoiL Misses Margaret and Joan Mount returned Saturday from an enjoyublo week spent In Mlddlesboro at ho Kentucky Press Association Mr W13 leorge of Mississippi was a guuat for several day at tho Kengarlaud Mesdames Robert Armstrong has returned to er bomo In rankort and Irs Jag Iogle to Edlnburg Ind They arc called hero by the death of fa ther Mr John Y Leavoll Joe F Price left last week for n Play In Washington D C Little MluCecll BaUon Is in Stanford making u pro tracted visit to her grandparents Mr and Mrs J If Hilton James B Walker of Richmond has been the recent guest ot Lancaster relatives Parksville Mr C D Hasan sold to Capt B W Durham of Junction City a pair of two year old mules for 27500 Miss Llcclo Holtzclaw has returned to her home at Stanford utter a visit to Mrs J T Underwood Prof John W Rawllngs and fatally of Danville visited relatives hero Sun darMrC A Stanford of LaFollette Tenn visited his family at thU place Messrs H O Cazatt F H Wes terfleld Eo M Wayne J n Wright and A H Westerlleld attended the aviation meet at Louisville Mr IUIdlrs J D Baxter nt GrayE- d Switch visited Mr and Mrsr J Eo Caldwell Mr and Mrs J J Cozatt left Mon Say for Yellowstone Park Wyoming They went via Minneapolis Minn and the Great Northern R R TO MAMMOTH CAVE July 20th from Stanford and all way stations on regular morning train a great Ihreo days ouflng for only J1266 This wilt include the railroad Caret also board at Cave ifotol and ad mission to the several route In the cave See large bills and LNa- gent aj 4 LARGE CONGREGATION SEES INSTALLATION OF DR SLAIN AS PASTOR AT HUS TONVILLEoTHERNEWSFROM HuatonvItlG July 1 The Installation of Itev Caroy Ran dolph Blain pastor of tho Presbyterian church on Sunday last was exceed- Ingly interesting and heartily enjoyed by a large and orderly congrega tion Rev Wlllla adjourned his congregation In time to be present The sermon a scholarly one too was preached by Dr Blanton of Danville the charge to Rev Diem by Dr Lawson of Springfield and thq charge to the members of the church by Or Green of Danvllle in a that charmed nnd edifiedeftryonoprsent- The installation was a novel proceeding to many but was heartily en joydbinil H phi McAnlch the wellknown capitalist ot Mlddleburg tfho Is well and favorably known here and Dan yule is seriously ill and his friends fear the end la near Mr Lucien Young Secretary of the Mill Co with his wile hav+ returnee from a delightful ivlslt to friends and relatives la tho capitol of Casey Randolph Blaln wife and three chit dren of Loulsilllo were guests last week of Roy C R Dlaln and mother at Hotel neighbors LookingWeatherfordI left a well filled market basket with finest vegetables of the season at our floor for which wo are very thaUfu IndeedMIss Mattlo Lippa barely eighteen and a bit ago out ot short frock Lam recently been highly compllm nUd by the school in being elected princi pal of the public school at McKinney Tho vote in her favor was unanimous McKee JUlIe has bought a four pas tenser Overland auto and Is running It like an experienced chauffeur The lake of mud on Main street In front of post office Is conclusive evi dence to anyone that the town court cil cares nothing for the welfare of our growing village nor the health of Its residents Mrs Thos Peacock of Robbins Tenn Is visiting relatives and old ac qualutances hero and at Mlildluburc for tho week Dr O S Williams havln recover ed from his late eye trouble will be found in his office now during bust ness hours The best game of basa ball ever played hero was played befora a large and appreciative audience Satitlay by Hustonvlllo and Liberty the scan standing 3 to i in favor of Liberty Miss Marjorio McCormack by registered moll a beautifully arv ed fan made In the Phllllpinq Islands by a Japanese artist who is carver to the ro family of Japan The coiresatlon of the Christian church adjourned after Sunday jifhuol last Sunday and attended in a body the Impressive ordaining and Inttal latlon service a t tho Proibytbrmn church A very hard rain with a terrible wind reaching almost to cyclonic proportion visited this locality Thursday about E oclock P M accompanied by tho most severe electrical aunonad Inf In many years It came from the and was about forty mlnii lIrlh1Eastto have about miles dons in this locality was ono 1flanYIl llama killed feyoy stacks ell burned R H Richards CY trllckI by lightning tobacco Injured and trees and fencing blown town Judge Wells and wife of XViao 1a- are visiting their daughter Mrs Jane Owsley Carpenter here Wo havo for K lo a splendid Blu3 Grass farm with wxcopUbnal improve from Stanford on Somersetplko Nearly all In mud Grass and will bo sold at a bargain find on terms reasoriabcrby W R Williams Co Hustonvllle Ky i 1510 ANNOUNCEMENT 1910 tho Land of Now 100000 Fertile Acres Abounding Id Everything that Exalts and Embullf fishes ClvllUed Life Land for Home or Investment Association with tho best citizenship No saloons no social disturbances Churches for all denominations All work together for the general welfare Schools second to none Telephone exchange and connection everywhere Electric lights and modern Improve ments Religion and education held sacred Greatest prospects Available resources Rare opportunities + Rich softf 1 f Abundant crops Rousing conditions Distinct advantages Crops in great variety On the road to prosperity Unlimited posslblUUesi None superior in fertility True to the right Yielding abundant harvest King ot good roads Youth nnd beauty reign Prices right Write for catalogue Farms iron 25 to 400 acres prices from 110 to 140 according to location and Iraporvementa HUGHES SW I NEB ROAD Real Estate Lancaster Ky Mrs Alex MartinI SUCCUMBS TO PNEUMONIA AT HOME NEAR ROWLAND yearsdiedThursday morning after an Illness if pneumonia Deceased had been 111 on ly a short time and but little uneasi ness was felt for her until Just a few hours before her death Besides her husband Mrs Martinis survived by three suns T T J F and W PMartln all employee of tho L N railroad and ono daughter Mrs William Hocker of this city For many years she had been a member of tho Christina church una wcrutiafternoon at three oclock all that is mortal of the good wife and mother will be consigned to Mother Earth to filuraber till the dawn of a new life shall come Up The Cumberland BOAT TRIP BEAUTIFULLY DES CRIBED BY MR CARSON t Burnaide June 23 Editor Interior Journal Burnaide is n fine little city nes tied among the mountains of southern Kentucky situate on the Cumberland river Last Saturday the Woman Home Mlalon Society of the Methodist church of this place gave an excursion down the Cumberland on the good steamer Rowena which is owned by tho Burnslde and Burkvllie Transpor tation Co Our crowd was rather large but there was plenty of room for nil even for the children to play Many of the best people of our com munity and of Somerset were in this crowd a special train was nm by the C N O T P railroad for the Somerset people Our boat left the wharf at two P M reached the lock No 21 nt iVlo left there at C P 11 reaching Burn side at 1015 The scenery along the Cumberland cannot be surpassed na ture Is dressed In her most gurg ious robe at this time of the year and the rill sides and fields and meadows on our either side were a feast to any lov er of tbo beautiful There nro somo places along this river where the cliffs are very precipitous and tho I rocky ribs ot these hills added to the attractiveness of the scene as they protruded among tho It is not very often possible to secure the opportunity for an excursion on the Cumberland for tho water is generally EO Ipw at this time of the sear that our regular steam boats can not ply this but lh into rains this year have given us utoain bottt water longer than usual consequently we are enjoying natures sifts The best part of a trip of this character is tho return by moonlight to see tho moonbeams playing upon the waters and tho fields nnd cliffs no ono run describe such ucznery especially when wo enter over and anon into the shadow cast by soiree very high cliff and are given the beautiful sight ot the searchlights play upon all around From this meagre description you can get some Idea of our afternoon and evening pleasure but you can never appreciate such until you havo experienced n like trip for yourself which I trust that rou as Interior Journal readers will bo soon privi leged to enjo JOHN W CARSON NEW LODGE FOR GRAD ORCHARD On the 6Vfenlng of July 7 thtiriday night there will bo naUtUedar Crab Orchard a Knights of Pythias id ge Tho Stanford team of DUduiU lodge No 81 will do tho work or Initiation A large number of member oC tho local lodge will attend and many Tiel lora from other parts of the state are expected to be present at the cere monies j STABBING AFFRAY AT KINGS MOUNTAIN ARRESTEDANDERS ELECTED IN DIVIS tON 3 Kings Mountain July 1 Charlie Roberts and Rob Rowland J engaged In a combat on last Satur IbedSquiroSingleton 1 Virgin Hogue whose leg was taken ort some eight weeks ago had a fall IsrearedmilsIon y the following named schools 1 atie1Drlarrieaaand TookLay KnobMissPoint V C GlIlh ndDun bIHutchinson Nettie Bol3 Swoot I ProveThe 1 everything I order everything being saUsactory- to both teachers and trusteed Rev Livingston filled his appoint s ment here Sunday Dr Carpenter gave a very Interest- Ing lecture Sunday night on the laws ot health His lecture was highly appreciated and well attended J A Wheeldon of Eubank Is cut j ting wheat In this nelghborhQlJdfMrs Rulfe Floyd was ied at Walltown She leaves u hus band and seven children The four monthsoid child of Gertie Houten was burled at Pleasant Iolntilast week The mother o too was burled some six weeks ago V C Gilliland has been ajfferint 1 with something like blood poison caua ied from a bruised foot j The trustees of the Kings Mountain graded aro having the school grounds improved and the well cleaned out and I 4Iloadday Lawrence Gooch and Lcallo Skid t more were married last week Ashford Dishon nnd Pearl Reynolds drove to Highland Sunday nnd were made ono by Rev Cook Want To Play Us LAN PSTFn PMt TEAM ISSUES CHALLENGE TO STANFORD The Lancaster independent ball team is vcryanxlous for a tamo with Stanfordnnd has issued a direct doll t for a game with the local championsl An eflort was made to get a double header arranged to bo played on the grounds there not Mondic the th- or Ju 7 but tho Stanford team has disbanded for the season the school term bolng ended and it wiu found that It would be very hard to scrapo up n nine here and if ono could ba secured It would probably have to 1 piny the game without practice The challenge received front Lan caster roads as follows To the Stanford Base Dan Team Wo h rebYJIItllengotl1o Stanford basd ctUb for a game Of base bait ra bd hayed either In Lancastar or ffoutral grounds on any Opiih date the terms wbO TIi per canto the Rate receipts to the winner and 25 pur cent to the loser or tho winning team to receive tho total receipts Wo are willing to play one game or n series of games A JOSEPH Manager Lancaster Independent Bare Ball Team An Earnest Word i I TAKE HEED TO THE THINGS OF THE SOUL youPerhaps is Will you stop Just a short tfme to consider this matter Wo take time and wisely so to think over our business political or social affairs why not give one quiet hour today to sit alone and examine the condition of your spirit You ore either a child of Gol or 1 child of Satan There Is no inlddla or halfway place He who Is not tor Christ is against Him It any mau have not the spirit of Christ he Is rone of His You are now redeemed by the blood of Jesus Christ or you are a lost soul without God and without hope in the world WhIch areyou4 r If you are ji Christian you may know It by the following evidencesr 1 Supreme love to God Matt 103437 2 Hatred ol dip and love of holiness Rom 71517 1922 3 Love forall other Chrintinna John 314 4 Anxiety for thir salvation of the lost John 145 6A desire at heart to obey Christs commands John 1423 6 A delight in Goda law after the inward man Rom 723 7 The witness of the plrlt Rom S51C 3 You know It you trust In Him I John 5913 It you realize that you possess these evidences of salvation you are Indeed a child of God Blessed are you If such Is your spiritual state Then my brother What Manner of life ought you to live if Christ baa thus savedc you To answer very briefly you should do readily nnd Joy ously everything yoii can to houpr Christ You should llvb unspotted from the wbrldi oi should attend publlo vforahlp and taket such part as you are able you should give of l l money and love to- spread the gospel oi8alvatloh to nlloatpeople everywhere You should live ton Him who died for you are riot your own you are the precfousprlce of thi Blood of Chrlnt One day soon you will + answer ul1der But my friend If you havo not a hope In Jesus will you not quietly and earnestly consider the matter of becoming a Christian T The Olbje con demnayoii and your conscience condemns you You aro guilty before God the righteous and Just judge and the penalty for your spiritual guilt Is fearful beyond all words Tho endurance oj this Just yet awful eternal penalty may begin any moment God have mercy on you ant Elve you this another chance of deliverance The atilt deliverer under heaven given among men Is our Lord Jesus Christ the Holy Son ot God who by ills death of anguish bears tho penalty for every sinner who will accept Him Will you accept JesuS With Him as your ransom debtpayer sidbearer you fire safe Without Him there Is no hope Why will you die the eternal death when life Is freely offered In Christ God bless every one who reads this Your friend J C DANIEL c = j JULY 1 1910 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL FRIDAY I J TWO p = THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872 EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY r At 1 Per Year in Advance SHELTON SAUFLEYeo Publltht 4 Entered at the Post Office at Stan lord Ky as Second Class mall Evangelist j C Daniel who Is conducting the revival services at the Baptist church Is not only a splendid evangelist and a pulpit orator of mere t than ordinary ability but he Is a worker of untiring zeal Being a wan tr of vast experience he knows the pow er of printers ink and holds that au vortiflng can be made to cun In the work for the Master us well as in tha- i ordinary walks of life Read his Iiad in this issue and go to hear him 11 Is an instrument of force and power in the good work b I Some Boyle county people were Wil ed in an auto wreck in the South t and the Danville Advocate issued a special edition to give the news to its readers which was a great stroke of enterprise We hear that the Advocate boys are contemplating a daily which la about the next Rtop for it would be hard to make their tri week ly any better Bowling Greens voted for saloons and high license after having tiled blind tigers for three years under ary 1 rule The majority was SO for the wcta Warren county outside the city went dry h Lecture on Ben Hur TO BE GIVEN BY EVANGELIST DANIEL SUNDAY j J The meeting at the Baptist church continues to grow in interest Both the morning and night services are largely attended the night services k often overflowing the house Many pre blessed being found of the Sa vior while others ate helped in Christian faith and living This singing is excellent being led by Rev Callback who is assisting in the meeting Evangelist Daniel will give nis fa mous lecture on Ben Hur Sunday f afternoon at three oclock This iff s free lecture full of pathos and humoi and all are invited to hear it The meeting will continue inleflnlte ly All are invited to atten- dTurnersville The storm Friday night caused n great many to miss the ice cream supper but a largo crowd attended and 99 was collected The aged citizens of this community i say that there has never before been- as much electricity in the air Their belief is that the comet brought it The rain Tuesday was a great help to com and tobacco Mr Ed Martin sold a load of corn to a Mr Trusty of Casey county at 9350 in the crib The singing school met with Mrs A D Root Wednesday night June 22 and a number of songs were practiced Mr John Colston and Mr Henr McWhoi ledMiss Bessie Hubble of Stanford ii visiting here Miss Mary Lee Meade of Duncan Casey county visited friends here last week t Miss Lois Hubble of Eubank who has been visiting Mrs Sherman Coy returned home Saturday Mr Dan Moser visited home folk r on Gilberts Creek Saturday and Sun dayMr and Mrs Leslie Carter of Lex 1 ington visited Mrs A D Root lab Week Tommie Goode Is vialUn her 14MissInsLebxingtdn V REAPING BENEFIT From the Experience of Stanford People We are iortuuato lndVit to be able to profit by the experience of fur neighbors The public utterances of Stanford residents on the following svlijict will interest and bunQt thou sauna of our readers Rsn 3 this stnle Trent No better proof can be had John T Barnett carpenter Kon land street Stanford Ky says 1 use u great number of kllnuy reme dies within the past throe years nun can say that Doans Kidney Pilgave rue the first relief My wart ohllKte tnt to do heavy lifting and stoojilug at times and this weakened my kldnujs i suffered from a pain nriise the 1 rail of my back that oftun became i so Ihtense I was unable to tlo nny thins I was feeling miserable when 1 teamed of Dorms Kidney Illla and they were recommended so highly that procured a supply nt Shusars Tatters drug store This remedy cave me almost instant redef and for tint reason I gladly recommend it IM sale by all dealer Irtce HO cents PosterMllburn Co Bjiftulo N V solo agents for the U dire States Himember the name Doans and take nOother AN EXPERTS OPINION OF SKIN DISEASES A prominent national expert on skin diseases whose name you are fa miliar with says that in all nil scien tific experience he has never found so bard a disease to conquer as Ec zema Yet he does not hesitate to recommend Zemo as a most success ful remedy for the treatment of Eczema itching skin diseases dandruff pimples blackheads and all other diseases of the skin and scalp He siys that not only do its curative qualities make it popular but also the fact that it is a clean liquid remedy for external use A great improvement over the old style greasy salves and lotions which are not only unpleasant to use but do not destroy the germ life that destroys the disease Zemc draws the germs to the surface and destroys I them leaving the skin clear and healthy Can be used freely on Infants Mr G L Penny will gladly supply those who call with a free sample bottle of Zemo and a booklet which ex plains in simple language all about skin diseases and how to cure your self at home with Zemo I 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 paintings with a small sample from our stock nd watch results Youll satisfy yourself that you can buy no better- t apaint for the money anywhere Let our paint talkIJ A ALLEN Stanford KyI Ik FARMERS I As usual we are handling this sea son just what you need in t i lit P Binders Mowers Hay Rakes 1 Harvesting Twine and Oil bugl will suit your pocketbook Better look at these before you buy We are the recognized headquarters for all farm machinery and supplies i- I this part Kentucky Come in PENCEBROS Stanford l ll o AUTOMOBILES SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES AGENTS FO- RFlanders 20 750 E M F 30 1250 Haynes 2000 Baker Electric 2000 to 4000 StudebaKer Garford 4ooo to 6000 If interested PHone us Bell 24 and we will gladly give you demonstration Danville Ice Coal CoDanville Ky STYLISH RUNABOUTS AND BUGGIES AT TEMPTINGLY LOW PRICES- INSPECTION IS INVITED splits ekt W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky folEALS EK Rev M P Morgan ot Crnb Or chard will preach at Neale Creek church next Saturday night Sunday morning at 1030 oclock and Sunday night The Sunday school meets ct 230 oclock in the afternoon At the close of the Sunday school Rev J 1 Dickey will preach THE FOURTH IS A SAD DAY for the man without insurance Every time a rocket bursts over lilt house he has heart dillcase If you arent insured better have us issue you a policy tooay Tho freedom from worry it will afford you is none worth the cost of the insurance Fish Pennington Stanford Ky Phone 200 tTHE PATENT NO 1 FLOUR IS UNCLE SAMS PRIDE and ours also The Perfect Flour a scientific product of the most approved milling methods The bread rolls cake and pastry it yields are gen ulne health foodsthe kind that combines purity and deliciousness with high nourishing value Try a bag today and be convnced J H Baughman Co A W CURD AUCTIONEER Burgin KentucKy I am a graduate of Jones National Hohool of Auctioneer Chicago and have had ex perience in the big Bales at the Union Block I Chicago where we told lome thoroughbreds ai ai flO Also In bores salsa where hue tales were made each day Auctioneering li a science and I have itudled It with this Idea See or phone me arrange for your makesalestoyouradyeotage ruo11asit Spring Summer Stock exn price builneii tnlt or tbe finest evening olotbei wlll have that Individuality and tit wblcb plainly Indicate they were made to yonrmoaiure 1 will also take men ore for trousers Inner veatltoJ ooatO and overccati Bpring and Baramei samples on band ready for your inspection IR 0RQPLEY The Tailor I5tantonl AT Bring Your Produce To Us We hue opcaed a produce hone on SOB end ttttrt ud will pay the hi hat tovki price for M kinds ol country produce Brief w 1011l1tufltttO BASTIN CO- SlUIced Ky BLACKSMITHS I Bring your Blackimttblcg and general repair work to me Hone shoeing sec Hatlifactlon guaranteed shop opposite Pbtlllpi concrete toreJAMES BHACKETT Stanford Ky JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture MatDgeRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Price Right STANFORD KENTUCKY CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I can furnish thPiiiii With the belt n 1 well BI the freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes In connection with the above 1 have all kind ol vegetables on hand at reasonable prices OHR18TMAN OMEN HOUSES EDUUUUAIIDlaoa8an10rd I J BELDEN For house carriage and sign painting deco ratlve paper bunging also buggy trimming of all kinds such m tops recovered curtains and boot made litopover AldrIdge block smith shop West Main St blnnlord Ky Phone No1I IX J JDELDEN W A TRIBBLEFur- niture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford KenturKy LSt N TIME TABLE No n Mouth UI28 r x NO SB Mouth 10146 A X No 14 North aso A x Non NorthII4V p M Ho 27 1019 AM 10 JIIS40 r x JOS S RICE Agent MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No CO F A A M will meet In stated communication on eack tint and third Monday nights of each month at T30 oclock in their ball on main itreeet Btan lord Ky Member of sister lodges are Ira tern lly Invited to IM preient T W Pen nlnjCon B- ecHarry JacobsDealer in Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monuments Markers and Fotti Oemeter7and Lawn Vaieiand Settees omce an Mo Kinney Ky t J i- r I In In IvellDreefl 1lutUiM OGae =rb You Are Never Well Dressed Without a Genteel Becoming Hat The size and r J 1 shape of a mans face should control the l JI style of his hat Fullshaped aJ wki 4 tNI Panamasa I iCJ taU d p A OQ rraBen ance Stetsoforthoro at 350 and 5 for the larger and olderbr W menYachts Stiffs and smallshaped softtI hats in the fancy colors at 1 to 4 are israt the things for the young men We can e I suit all ages and sizesafro0 V t1Ip Lei bI G 1 I H J McROBERTS E1 000 Ltntrn raeI3EEI fl mG L Penny R H Coffey E JR Coleman m IIce Cream Sola Water I I PhDsphates 1foGrape Juice 1 OfGenuinemAnd a Large List 1 Thirst Quenchers At m PENNYS DRUG STORE mStanford Kentucky BBBB179BBBBB B9BEBEBrn I CONCRETINGWe eretlng such ai and In fact we can uiakflnny thing from a boQio down ton fence past We can serve you promptly and ntle flrat class work and Call and get our prices Before you buy your material at leoit PHILLIPS BROSj Stanford Ky Detroit Vapor The Latest In f OIL STOVES iJ Absolutely Wickless NcCAs bestos No Cotton Wicks The Very ThinglfoiCC E Summer Cooking Makes life in the kitch en endurable in hot weather GEO H FARRIS 1 When Hungry GOTO j Oar oni Restaurant Lancaster Street Stanford K iBestmeal Oooktng to suit our customers onr specialty Bplendld new line of fancy Groceries llot Coffee Bandwlchei pleitOuttar milk and sweet milk etc at all timesIIWa A CAR80N Prp f J FRIDAY JULY 1 1010 TUB INTERIOR JOURNAL FAGS THREE 1 Mens Tan Low Shoes In Co rrcct Styles and Best Quality Kegular 300 Shoes at 195 V4 Mens Patent Low Shoes In High Grade Goods sold at 4 and 85 Take any at 205 Get your future needs out of this sale and save 81 to 12 On Sale Monday 8 A M L Fhti JnI MSEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky w 1 Tfaero is a new line of 25c box pn jicrs special values at Fcnnjs Onll Store I PERSONALS 1 C Stanley who has been at Lli IJ for some Ume is at Hubbl Jennie Lawrence of Whit tMillGooca the guest of her slater Mn I Jennie Karris Ralley of Frank IlIf fl1 the attracUye sueet of Nlu I JoMpalne Sandldge at MllledcevUle MlM Myrtle Huffaker ot Donvci Colorado Is the guest of her ntothe I Mrs 0 M Dada of Hustonvllle Ky where she will remain eo short time CoL P W Grlnitead state repreaen tatlve of the American Book Compan I was here with friends this week J B Darnell ot Frankfort r pre sentlag the Henry Clay Fire Insur anco Company of Lexington Is hen for u few days MM J B Owsley has gone to hei old home In Franklin Simpson coun ty to spend the summer with her fa ther Mr McElwain She tool her nor James with her Mr Owsley wll be In Lexington with his father and family much this summer W K Warner made a business trip to Crab Orchard today W O Martin has returned from a 11lt to frlcnls and relatives at Cump J Mr and Mn George Pulllarn have returned Item their tour anjl are at the Iulliam family borne near Shelby City Prof J W Ireland ban returned from the Kentucky tduCAClnal Aeo cutlou meeting at llenderton tie al to visited a number ot other points in thy state Mrs Ireland joined him at Lexington and returned homo with himMessrs W V Richardson and Louis Llnncy of the Danville Advocate and Robert Bartells and Dr T It Griffin of Danville drove over In an automobile Tuesday night and Mr Llnney did some much appreciated work cn the Interior Journals lino type machine W A Parsley of London was her on business this week Charles L Dawcs has gnna on nn extended trip through the mountain Belling saw mills Z T Smiley tho Lexington horse man was here this week I Misses Florence Truehcart and VIr glnla Bourne left Friday for n 181t I to relatives at Huntington W Va Col James T Mtncfee U at boin rut short il to R A Jo n who motored OYtr- to Columbia for a visit to his old home came back dy Stanford CD route to Cincinnati Mrs Frank Archer and little laughter Marguerite of Louisville are the guests or Mlra Minnie Straub Prof B W Gibson who has bees teaching InWeet Virginia Is with his mother here Mrs A E Vensel ot PJtt burg Pa and Mrs J E Huntington of Lvxlng ton sisters of Mr C K Cdcmao are guests of his family here Mr Cole man Is down from tho mountain for u several days stay with them Mm Will Severance and Miss Em ma Wjarren left Thursday for a visit to Mrs Lily Warren at Mlddleeboro Miss Warren win go on to Knoxville for a visit to Mn Lee Dr L O Singleton and wife of howling Green Dr T II Singleton and wife of McKInney arc KUCMS of their brother Supt Garland Singleton and family Miss Lois Hubble of Waynesburg a niece of Mrs Singleton Is also their guest Miss Laura Carpenter the attrac live daughter of Mr and Mn Adam Carpenter will entertain a house party from Saturday until Wednesday Her guests will be Miss Nancy Coo er of Midway Misses Daisy und Dud Icy Hume of Lexington Miss Mary Vance of Lexington Miss Nancy Lynn of Lexington Mlw Anne CaHueU Prewltt of Mt Sterling Several of these young ladles have been attend ing the Chi Omega sorority conven tlon In Lexington On tho afternoon- of July 4th Miss Oarpcntc will give a yard party In compliment to her J visitors Miss Pearl Collier returned to Crab sgF I alleys i fj 1dFadedo I Buy our line of wool clothing 1- g They will not fade 1 jsj Allwool Blue Serge or Light Crash Suit or a Light Quar jit terlined Twopiece SUItWii giJ o ft Your Summer Va ItEf fc cation Trip r gill I You Will Find Our Line I Full of Cool Clothes f- I FOR HOT WEATHER I oG I ply Cummins Wearen7 I 1 STANFORD KENTUCKY S- ff- fK 1 Thisstore isthelhome of Hart SchaffnerMarx clothes TiT 5r t4 t t k A- SlJlMMim L Men Celebrata the Glorious Gourth in a pair of Bargain Shoes We will close out our entire line of McnB Low Shoes in Tan and Patent Leathers These are the BIdwell Foraheim makes Nothing better made to sell at 3 to 5 per pair We have decided to give this space to a different line of goods and you can profit by this sale They are on the bargain counter I 1t tho center of our store and you can have your choice at 195 and 2 95 Miss DeBBie Fowle has returned uft cr a three weeks visit to Lcbimc Junction and Louisville Orchard Thursday after n pletnui visit to Mist Marie Mabony Mr JlIn Porter Jefferson of Ixmlevllle will arrive next week for a visit to Mills Mabony The Young Ladles Circle of thl Christian church will meet In tho lee ture room Saturday afternoon at tbree oclock The members of tho Ladles Auxiliary are cordially Invited to meet with them Mills SaUlt Ikln District Manager will be prevent Short Local News FlyPaper Fly Screens Fly Kllle Fly ecrytlateR at the Co lUr store r r Another stocked liar rat the Country Store r Before you buy a parsofwo tbe ones at the Country Store Stable for rent r Fire Mattle D Kirby Mose Cooley ahemlpng with tbo express at the depot while Jack Johnson is on his vacation Powder guns tobacco noun and lee smokers Gee H Farrls The Wllraoro base ball team vii play a doubleheader at Lancaster Cn the Fourth ol July For sale First I laseBell City thresher at a bargain W O Wulkei Stanford Ky For Sale Brand new Oliver typewriter latest model at a bargain Ed C Gaines Lancaster 313 Pure DeerIng Steal binder twine at 6 cents a pound J 0 Weatborford Hustonville 334 All those Indebted kplease call and setUo I am closing out iuy en ire stock and desire full settlement leorge D Hopper SC 4 It soothes refreshes strengthens nd purlOefl the stomach bowels and ldncyn A tonic that prevents Bummer troubles Such la HollUtera cocky Mountain Tea 35c tea or tab eta at Sbugan anners T+ Some attractive Improvement are clrg rondo by tho Lincoln County rational Bank and the olllce will pre lent a now appearance when finished 1 Phillips Bros are rushing work on tho Somerset street bridge They are doing a splendid Job and the new con rote structure will be a daisy when ompleted The Lincoln county Fiscal Court will meet on August 9th for the pur pose of allowing road claims July 31 Is the last day for filing claims No there will be allowed at that time Read Northcottr ad 1w ls sue It is ofinterasttoeaver farmer- nd every A WRETCHED MISTAKE to endure the Itching palutul distress or piles Theres no need to Listen 1 suffered much from piles wvltcs Vlll A Marsh of Slier City N C till I got a box of BucklenH Arnica mlvc nd was soon cured Burns lolls ulcers fever sores eczema cuts hopped hands chilblains vanish before It 2Cc at Pennys Drug Store lcyarc of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury mercury vltt lunly destroy tile MBM ot Dena- D4 completely drncc tile whole system when tIIurine It through Uw muoooi lurUco Such rash should neter be turd cicrM on prtccrlp kxu rom repuubl phytlcuru M toe dimwe then wW do Ie ten told to the scrod you eau poanbly di ke from them IUUi Qiurrh cure nuuiulactund f F 1 Cbeney A tbToledo O conuirj no meal try and to taken tntemauy mine dlrecUy upon tile blood tad mucous turtaco ot the Ditem uylnc lUUi Catarrh Cure be sum you V tLa- mum It U taken tnternmlly and mtde taTolcdo Ohio F J Cbtaey ot Oo TwUmonHH tree told by DnutitaU Price tK per bottle Tike JliUI rually rule tor conittptUoa DONT GET TRAPPED INTO POOR PLUMBING merely because It seems cheaper It is only teeming It may bo the dear est Inv tment you over made If your familys and your own health are anything to you get the host plumbing you can Wo aro ready to estimate on doing that kind for you W K WARNER Phone 188 Stanford Ky Regardless of Rain or Weather RETURNS BY ROUNDS Of the Great JetIiies Johnson PRIZE FIGHT Will be Given At The Danvilli Opera Mm AT 330 P M Monday July 4th DONT MISS IT NOTICE TaeSrhlte teachers Institute will bo held at Stanford in the Graded School building July 1115 All teachers contemplating teaching either in the Graded or common schools ore requlr ed by law to attend Prof J W Ire land Instructor G SINGLETON 362 Supt t l1 ICE TO SHAREHOLDERS OF LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK At a meeting of the directors of this bank at its banking house In Stanford Ky on Juno If 1910lt was resolved that a meeUng of the shareholders be called to meet on Tuesday July 26 1S10 at its banking office in Stanford Kyto vote on the propo sition to amend the articles of associa Linn ot this bank as follows FirstTo Increase capital toflOO 000 and to authorize the directors to set price of new stock SscnnJ To Increase the number of directors to Hlttcen W M Bright Cashier SAVED AT DEATHS DOOR The door of death seemed ready to open for Murray W Ayers of Transit Bridge N Y when his Ufo was Wonderfully saved I wnV la a dreadful condition he wrllkfTmy skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coated emaciated from losing 40 founds growing weaker dally Vlru ent liver trouble pulling mo down to leath in spite of doctors Then that matchless medicineElectrIc Bitters cured me I regained tho 40 pounds oat and now am well and strong For all stomach liver and klndey roubles theyre supreme OOc at Penny Drug Store Eubank Mrs Sallie Estes Is very sick Mr J Wheeldon has a very sore leg Mr Y GReYI1 lds departed his life June atiflJlOr1 He leaves two sons and me daughter and several grandchi IJ C McClary Undertaker and Embalmer STANFORD KY OfflM Pbonesl 7 Homelhone BRING YOUR HORSE ALONG and look at the latest ln harness Ho will approve of it as well as you Our stock of saddles are strong and well made and as for whips fly nets blankets etc we have endless quan titles and qualities to suit all tastes J C McCLARY Stanford Ky 8eD CARTERNew Llverv DepotStreetPhone 98 STANFORD KENTUCKY Mens Bargain Socks As a to go with these shoe bargains w win sell 150 pairslLMei a SilklFinish Socks the 19c kind at 13c per pair or two for Not ovee four pairs to one customer I 0 f Notes and Accounts Collected a- We j collect notes and accounts anywhere in the United States pfo 1Jcharges unless we collect Also look after claims of all kinds Bank references Correspondence soticitedIMAYS COLLECTION AGENCY 1 WOODSON MAY MgrtiSomerset KentuckyIIt j dren to mourn their loss but their loss was his gain He had lived a faithful Christian life bad been a member of the Baptist church for many years His age was S4 years C months and 10 days Mr J Wheeldon Is making concrete walks about his dwelling Mr Wallace Oliver is building on addition to his dwelling in the South end of Eubanks Mr Barren Thompson father of G W Thompson departed his life June 13th 1910 Age something l 84 years He had been a mentar at 1 the toE church for several years OMB cJJ lived a devoted Christian Ma so Mr as the writer knows Mr Travo Spears wife Is very 1Rev G W Tilford filled his app t ment at the Baptist church Saturday night and Sunday Crops aro looking considerably letter since a few days of warm wealMrs Lizzie Wheeldon ot 3imrrty lf visiting her sick mother at Bufcuk Alcohol to ChildrenAsk your doctor how often he prescribes an alcoholic t stimulant for children He will probably say Very very rarely Children do not need stimulating Ask him i 1 how often he prescribes a tonic for them He will prob ably answer Very very frequently Then ask Jabout Ayers nonalcoholic Sarsaparilla as a tonic for the young Follow his advice He knows Jtt yer Co Lowell M The first seat rule of halthDally movement of the bowel Ask your dede Nnilk to set to Then ask him about Ayers Pillc Sold for nearly slatya Going Away i 1 Are you going away to spend ryour vacation If so let us show i you our line of Suit Cases and Trunksg1 1 Dont borrow your friendmay be 1 going away too j Ot JR M1 H Jo Jt 1 1 r 1 i 1 w E PERKINS B ORCHARD KENTUCKY IC Irar rrr rls lf Jr IL MartinIR Hughes T W Humble W 0 NEW NECKWEAR T J We cell your attenrion to our new line of Dutch Collars iH stylish effects of apretty White Lawn with Lace Triin m ings Also a beautiful line of Allover Lace Collars in X t Black and White Also new Jabots in one two and three fl I 1Ourcarry e I ren Come in and be convinced 1 I w I HUGHES MARTIN C I ItDry Goods NotionsShoes 4 LSTANFORD KENTUCKYI a c r= = c t FOUR ritE INTERIOR JOURNAL FRIDAY JULY J 1910 i I w Lancaster 1 a Fair1J 0Lfi I CJ b- I I V It ifjJ lJa H A 1 JULy ft Sk j 00 27ttr If jC J oj 111 + J 1 28thand29th I j Jal r 19101 The fair this year will be the greatest in the history of this Association I Special Rates and train service f t from Louisville ParistJ 1 and Corbin I hi p- I p fl J oII ci 4r 1si j i The largest array of attract tions ever shown Seiberts 1st Regimental Band will fur nish a musical program of the t latest popular hits of the day For Catalogue address 1 i46ecKfiitrMfi Iwr 1 R L ELKIN t v i 1 c SecretaryI t Or call at INTERIOR JOURNAL office where they will be ready for distribution Ll ESOSc A A Good painter with Poor Paint gets Poor Results lAPoor Painter with Good Paint gets Better Results 1 But a good painter with H r Bannas DI8BQ 80al EainfJ can produce results in were ways J I wearIron DALE a- yLL L SANDERS Crab Orchard and J I G B PRUITT Moreland f it II f ft nl I FARMERS DIPARTMJirT k For 8alel lrettU J Aw R RobbIns i St1ti9rl 1i694W- anted two goo4 her s ive to sot en years old aiusit be strictly aoutil rind good drivers W J Klncatd Sttu cord KyI13 horse power traction ensine comparatively new Run only a short time last season W L Cordlur Row laud Ky 3U For Sale 90 acre farm well located In Pulaskl county It you are looking for a farm at your own price see me F A Rose Kings Mountain Ky For s teHa1do7ennlco thoroughbred Black Berkshire boars J T Roberts Hubbje 334 A carload of nlco Western horses jiiat received and for sale J Nevin Carter 351 J C Reid shipped to J M Hllloy of Mlddlesboro two Shetland thins and a stallion for which he received a fancy price Preachersville Rev Pierce Bryant pastor1 of tho Baptist church here preached list SundayMr F Cummins and Uttle dauGh ter Miss AWe May of Crab Orchard were severely stung while hiving i some vicious honey bees at their farm heroJ H Thompson has sumo oats that are moro than six feet tall t The cabbage snake scare Teas reviv ed agln A ten lnch specimen yas on exhibition here last week George B Colson sold n mule to Curtis Cover of Crab Orchard for 1110 and bought three calVos from John Martin for 42 J H Thompson sold a car load of hogs ot Robert Thompson at ISS5 Fred Ball bought a sow and pigs from John Williams for 135 Miss Emma Holtzclaw of Gilberts will teach the Preachorsvlllo IIoItclattyear Miss Sarah Howard of near Crab Orchard will teach this year at Hobbs school house James J White Is with his brother W P White Mrs John Richardson and pretty little daughter Miss Jen ale were visiting Mr and Mm Levi DelL Mr and Mrs Henderson of Paint Lick were vlsltng Mr and Mrs John Williams Our friend Mr Levi stralghWmlr j Sowder went up to Crab Orchard to get a poRlton on the CO B L W J M Cress wife and little son were visiting James Hays and family nee Crab Orchard Mrs W C Cummlni was visiting her father H F New land on Cedar Creek For His Sake My husband begged me to take CarduiHSyrites Mat WaverlyVagreed to try it Before I had taken 1 bottle I felt better Before taking Cardui I suffered miserably every month and had to go to bed until it wore off but Dow1 am all right Take =CARDUi The Womans Tonic You know Cardut will 1 help you because it has I helped others who were I in I youIta vomeruBeing gentle vegeMble fngr di= A 1ittlessand I aftereffects Cardui can be relied youTryAt all druggists IH BtUodhcAtt 11 tL f E y0A4i p d BUYER OF All Kinds of Farm Produce Stanford BranchT K Tudor Mgr WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR Eggs per dOIG15 c lb101VicFryersTurkeys per lbJtOcIbjSeRoolters Ibl7cGInsengYellow Hoot per lb1jh25LI- ME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE We can pluto you Phono 153 THE MARKETS Cnclnnatl Juno 30Cattlereceipts 733 market very slow fair to good shippers JG25723 common 120425 Hogs Recelps I3S market shippers 900 Sh cop receipts 4817 market MarketMAKING LIFE SAFER Everywhere lire Is being undo more lng8Newness dyspepsia indigestion liver boweldisorders InIennY1JCOMMISSIONERS SALE W T Adams Adult Plaintiff vs W r Adams Heirs Defendants thety term 1910 of the Lincoln Clrcul- Court the undersigned Commissioner will on Monday July 11th 1910 at oclock P M In front of the cour house door In Stanford Ky offer for sale at public outcry to the higuest and best bidder tho following deadrb ed real estate A tract of land on the waters ot Cedar Creek In Lincoln county Kentucky beginning at a rock on a branch I an old corner to Wilson Adams S 42 W 85 poles to red elm in old Turn bull lint N 87 E 52 poles to a whit- oak Smiths corner thence Smith an Turnbtill line W 48 E 39 poles to I wi red oaks and black gum old DUhon corner thence N 42 W 10 poles to n stone Plummera corner N 47 E 1 12 poles to two white oaks In Plunmters line thence N 29 W 109 poles to a stone corner to Adams lot thonco with BIMBO N 40 H 23 13 poles lo n stone N 24 34 W 8 poles to a stone thence N 71 W 17 poles to a stony near n spring thence S 3 14 tS Ki poles to stone on west side of branch thcncn up branch to a atone on a ban between road and branch and near n black oak thence S 31 ti 2t polos to beginning containing Cl acres Terms Said land will bo sold on a credit of six months and the par chaser will be required to give a bond with approved personal surety for the purchase price payable to th Commissioner the same bearing sl per cent ItilOrost from date oJ sale julrIICommlsctonor Lincoln Circuit Court George D Florence Attorney Free Childs Remedy What mother is hot looking for something that will help ihr children somethinforbowel troubler ago she probably has become convinced that a child cannot readily swallow a pill theindraUcallyerfu for the thus ones troublof rimedthatDrGaldwellaSyrupa free trial bottle Is open to any moths tealitfutureone dollar av bottle jut as 10 rasa belfImplyChloatqtadMrsLouiavllle Krbolh startedlwltha tree sample and now thtyaothlatth tUtIMbouleJtu undoubtedly great funny real btfffmH4lUdplll thelold folks Who heed something pure mild and natural It hat advantage of be yetcopta1utonlf livertroullew1ranteethatDr Caldwell personally be pleated maydesireboweabsolutelyfreeletter and he will toou In detail For the free sample simply send your name and address on a postal card or otherwise For either request the doctor address Is DrwIICatdwel4lt67JCs1Qw- e11 I 1 j I Ip s eEKave A new and up to date line of odd trousers and to make you look well dressed with them you should wear ttOxfQrdAlso ent Leather and Swede fi CIothingWhen you can rest assured t tat you areo in styleOur s now moro complete than ever We have to show you the new Milan Straw Yacht and Panama Call around before you buy SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY w Get My Price On Paintt I f Screen Wire Cloth Cultivators Hoes and andother farming implements I SANDERSd I Crab Orchard Kentucky- E I For Jfyuu have anything to sell in the STOCK Take i New Stock Yards 1 lIe buyeand rcl a every day in the tyear except Sunday lfrng oil your et ck Rout market itt tho State with Lexingtquxagc aa seM r E C WALTON YPrca Ii It IlUOIlESS d T t Stanford Co Stanford KentuoKy Farms and Town Property Handled on Commission Stocks and Bonds Sold If you Have Property to Sell or Rent Notify Us Write for Circular to L R HUGHES Secretary Ky CHU H a Iili IfE tfo 9- iii rj The Winning Feature of The P OVERLAND CARJ I Is Its Simplicity 1 ta I I Anyone Can Learn to Run it it Operates GearsI 4iPhone us For M 11 toINunnelleys piontyofr WLMCAIViyPrca Real Estate Stanford Its the Auto for all the Family for any Girl or Wopan can Run it as Eall as fan 1 5You t c p Cecil WalterDunn AGE iDemonstration 1 Danville Ky It lr