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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): July 1, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 int1910070101_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): July 1, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. VOLUME XXXVII. The Interipr Journal. . . -- ., . - . - . t STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FniDAV, JULY 1, 1910. NO. 36. CAMPAIGN FOR POOL A THE LATEST 13 ADDITIONS TO ANTIOCH CHURCH REV. WALKER'S MEETINQ IN GARRARD ENDS FARMER KICKED IN FACE LARGE CONGREGATION SEES INSTALLATION , ii representative of the Cumberland IN LINCOLN NEXT. Grocery Company, ot Ilurnsldo, has been nt Junction City with a view to establishing a branch there. EFFORT WILL TO OR. Hot U J. Plnkerton, of Lexington, OANIZE TOBACCO OROWLRS. assisted by Rev. Wyntt Montgomery, CHOP PROSPECTS. nt Morclnnd, I hold a very successful protracted meeting at the Christian With good progress being made In ihurch at Junction City tlio campaign to pool the 1910 tobacco The funeral ot Mrs. A. T, Freeman, young Hon and Louis Camp, who croti In thn counties south of the Ken- her killed In the automobile rccldent tucky river, tho next in i 'n..i .. .... wont the Hurley Tobacco Hoclety will' lie in Florida, were held at their homo In county near l'errville Fildny Lincoln. Arrangements ,iM already Hoye Mark Jennings, of Lancaster, who counties Vne. rWnni,,il A? Iho S""" and k,lle,, a nero bo M ne Jon' . i.Rlnir nlnne tun nlkn In . .1-- ... iiuij 4IIIU it iiiirii fierii win i.- - ..,.. . " liont ot the boy's house, wm given pool much of tho big crop which Is three jears In the penitentiary by ji going to bo raised by Lincoln county luri In the Durrani court this week. farmers this season. , The argument that Is going to be While In Jail Jennings tried to cut bin fresunted to tho Lincoln growers for threat with a pocket knife, no is tie Sieved to be half way crazy. their consideration In tho of poo or mi pool. Is that uiIlms Tux statements of tho tht. Iiool Is a success, tho prlc.u or tobacco three Danvlllo banks show over a mil will go back to where It was beloro Hon dollars in deposits .here tho first successful pool mado Ittortli Senator John W. D.inlel, Virginia's while togrow tho weed In this grand old man, died this eek. Hen A hard fight Is being mado on tho ator McEnery, of Louisiana, also pass pool In some sections, but iti frlenls ed away rather suddenly aro working all tho harder .nd say that tho success of tho pooling of this year's crop Is already "nnured. WILL ISSUE WARRANTS Ilradley Wilson, organlier for the Hurley Boclety, south of the tlver, ON APPLICATION has been meeting with splendid success In his efforts to organize tho Our-rar- d county tobacco grower. n JUDGE MENEFEE SAYS THERE IS spoke to a large crowd In ths courtCOMPLAINT-.ODISORDERLY house at Lancaster Monday and NESS ON SUNDAY. Col. Joel ForL who played wad an Important part In organizing the dark Thero was considerable disorderll-nus- s tobacco growers ot Tennessee, nlso In the city last Hundi) and The, latter spoke with Mr Wilson. arreits were mado by th ollii-ershas about complctel work of organ- As a consequence there wai buslnesa izing tho pool In Garrard and will before Judgo Menefeo In the I'ollce then come to IJncoln county and Court, nnd two convictlor.r. wero obmake a strong effort to convince the tained and one of the alleged offendtobacco growers their interest uro In- - ers was acquitted by n Jury aeiarably bound up In the success of Thero has been much comidalnt tt tho pooling movement drinking on SunVy and of xolt drink In this connection some very Inter stands being open on Sunday and aftesting figures have been complleJ by er twelve o'clock on Saturday nights. the Cincinnati Enquirer regarding Judge Menelee mvb that he will Issue theproductlon of tobacco this year. warrants. If an of those who nro comThe Knqulrer says. This j ear's crop plaining will come befon? htm nnd of tobacco In the United States will make tho necossary oath for their not be far from 70.0UU.0UU ixjunds He endeavored to swear ns a greater than the crop of tOOir und that witness a man who was complaining broke all previous records fh- - near- to him thU week, but the complainant est approach to last ears crop In Fire was uuible to give any evidence of was that ot 1SV., when acordlng to his personal knowledge, and m was tho figures or Ui Bureau of Statistics Incompetent as a witness. of tho Department of Commerce and A Harney was acquitted by a Labor there were planted In the I'nlt-e- jury of beini disorderly on Sundhy States 1.101,460 acres, from which and "cussing ' some negroes Ho was tho production was h68,ll?,6. pounds dofended b Attorney K S Alcorn, valued at St.9S7,903. According to whllo City Attorney J II. Paxton tbo same authority last year's iicre-sIlls brother F. J. Hariwy was was 1,130,300 and thu proJuiil in glvtn n fine of f nnd the trimmings 319,357,000 pounds, valued ul on a fclmllar chaige. UoUi .rc tobac3S5. co growers for li P. nnd J. II. Woods. This area Is. perhaps, too large l.y Ktl CasMdy was given a line of 17 60.000 .acres, as that of Kentucky Is and costs for bolng drink nnd nlror-dcrll'.n-ww- y reported at 41!U,000, where It oonld not Katurdny night at Iho most hao oicceded :.TO,003. caught J10 nnd costs for drunk Tho returns this spring of tho ncrtaao onnrss and 1U days In full and r.uo uf planted last year, as reported to ina ?S for cvrylnc a pUtol. Iln Is a toKnqulrer lor this rovluw, ahovr nn avgrower for J. II. FosUr erage ot 365.440, about oniitblid of nil bacco Tail still will the' tobacco raised. luato, tho area planted In 1303 stand Complication Of Troubles as tho record to that lime, 1.1U.V25 and make tho production uLoul kcrca 940.9SMu" CAU3E3 DEATH OF DAVID 30LD-Clhe crop or 1910 has been plautid AT HOVLANC. practically everywhere or will bo In u few days. Tho indications aro that David lloldcn. aged G3 ' ifirs. n j MullUOuulltlffntucItclhcfflUlirif h woll known rosldent of Itowland, dlcl thn nrea nlanted Is uboul l,aU'.877 thU week, and his boily was uhlppcd acres, from which not less than I to his old homo at Maysvllle for l.r-ia- l (probably more) pounds of lotf Ho was a faithful member of thu should bo harvested Auoth- - ChriEtlan church, and tho funeril sertnhsrm year of extension of this InJustry vices wero conducted at his lit) humu er aud.tbu tobacco production ot this by llov D. M. Walker, pastor of the country should bo woll established here. Mr. lloldcn leaves two tho 1,000.00'i.OOu pound mark oUior relntlven nons In Loxlngton-anTho tobacco aroa of the three Ohio and triends to mourn his death He valley Hates, Kentucky, Ohio and In- had long been a sufferer troru i com diana Is tho groatcst tobacco producing- plication ot troubles. In tho United Stales or in -field tho world, f bo combined acreage, li f that of 495,425 and is almost Waynesburg. tho total tobacco producing ncroagu of Is tho greatest tho United States. It Quito a largo crowd nttembM the hurley field In tho world and outaldo ur, hurley territory produce other types lecturo clvcu hero tsunuay anernoon of snch excellent quality that they uro by Dr. J. (1. Carpenter, of Stanford, of on tho Oreat White Plague, tuberculofcought lor by tho manufacture. and tho 'highest grades of smoking and sis. Drs. Tom Acton, of Kubank, gave chewing brands In all ii,art of tho A. K. Caldwell, of this place, also subject. interesting talks ou thu world. ' Mrs. Nancy J. Squires Is with us mo area planted In Kentucky this In ngaln. wo are glad to say, In thj Interyoar Is 30.060 acres greater tuun I'lantlng conditions wero very est of tho L. O. T. M. 1909. Mrs. Hlmnr Dllliland. Of King 3 mixed. Somo reports wero very discouraging, whllo othors say tho plantse Mountain, was Initiated Intu tha order Tuesday. ' were never sst out under such Invor-ablMr. and Mrs. Carroll Hawkins, of conditions; that they wore strong lnd.,aro guests ot her and have grown well and promlso tcc-or- d Andorsou, Craig Sims. thU wee It. Mr. yields. About halt tho acreage Is Novlco Johnson came over from Tvhito burloy tha otbor types being red hurley, dark stemming, tlreon river, Somerset riunday to seo a mlghtlv French. Italian, Turkish Yellow Prior. V. D. Mesdaniea C. D. Caldwell, Ilegla types. Ulue Prior, Orinoco and vero almost countless other varieties,t even CaldAoll'nnd Kmily Caldwell 5Ion- guests, of Mrs. VV. R. Slngloton JPlM atandard tyi varleUes when introduced luto no'v Murphy, of King's districts Mountain, visited Miss Kuth Singleton Saturday and Sunday. ATTENTION SPORT3 of Highland, was July here 'Saturday. ' Don't fall to bo In Danvlllo nnd Laura JouUBon, 4th to hoar tho deU'led returns by i.i(l..u V Mountain. wert Kuents ot irimr'a rounds of the great Jeffrie Johnson tight, the last great pruchght to ho Mrs. JL H. Singleton Tuesday. 'Iho reheld In the Uniud States. 'Mr. Headrli Haycg la with her turns will begin at lua Opera House naWats at Pleasant, Point this weeto Thursday at 3:30 o'clock. Daavlle and Lexington, j ur.rtan' itrBslda. arrived visit the Warn HUiff. Ark., to aro the only towns, out In tho ftato . T which will give these returoi, having home folks:'4Ap I'rh.n sinzleton Is nfKltxir Sprtaga d.mi wires fiora thu fiuusiiib. this week, and leaves Sunday tor Cin cinnati A WILD RAQTNQ BLIZZARD Durward Singleton and brings dg.erv uSerlng olten death Messrs. to thousands, who- - take colds, Klward Noland wero In King's Mouncough and la grippe that terror of tain Sunday, calling ou two pretty winter and spring. Its danger signals The many friends of Mrs Mary J. are "stuffed up" nostrils, lownr Vrt pain In of nose sore, chills and fever,gripping Cochran wero very sorry to hear the back ot head, and a throat a you sad news ot her death. cough. When Grip attacks, "Hyomel has done a wonderful value your life, don't delay "One DIcotery. thing for me. For two years I wus so New Dr. King bottlo cured me" wrlttw A. L. Uuun, hoarse that I spoke In a whisper; now Thanks to Hyof Pino Valley, MUi.. ""Iter being I am as well as over.Spencer, Water-vlel- t. laid up' three weeks with Urlp." lor omel." Mrs. James coughs, N. Y. D. L. Penny guarantees sore lung, hemorrhages, cough bronchitis, Hyomel to cure catarrh or any throat colds, whooping asthma lt'a supreine. 50c, fl. Guaran- trouble. CO Complete outfit ?1; extra cents. bottles teed by C. L. Penny. Mrs. Alex Martin. SUCCUMBS TO PNEUMONIA HOME NEAR ROWLAND AT STABBING AFFRAY AT KING'S MOUNTAIN ,. Lancaster, July 1. The protracted meeting nt tho Christian church In this county, conducted by Kev. D. M. Walker, of Stanford, resulted In much spiritual uplift and 13 addition! to the membership. Kldcr F M. Tinder, patf.r or tho Christian church, Immersed the candidates Saturday afternoon, who Joined nt the recent revival held In this county by Hev, D. M. Walker, of Stanh ford. Kovanaugh, one of most Industrious f armors, met with quite a painful accident on Wednesday Whllo handling a youn? homo he was kicked In the race, Ills lip be Ing split open and his iiomj broken. Spoonamnro bought Mrs. Samuel two sows and IS pigs for 11 10. Henly V. Ilastln sold 28 hogs to v. A. Lear at JS.&0 per hundred. Mr. Alex Walker Is the proud possessor ot handsome automobile. His brother, who Is from Decatur, III., mine through to see him In tho ucx Mr. A. W, Car-lard- 's machine. P. S. Rankin bought a number of sheep for the city market II. C. Dull er bought a how and pigs for 47..0 Tho first of the series ol union services was held Sunday evening nt thu . d pros-toute- e y Ahllo-Oweii d one-hal- r. A colored man named Jim Denny ment here Sunday. loll rrom the roor or C. O. Qreenloifd Dr. Carpenter gave a very interesthouse while at work upon it .tnj broko ing lecture Sundny night on tho laws his collar bone. of health. Ills lecture was highly Miss Mnmle Lee Uallard entertainappreciated and well attended. ed at h six course dinner at her pret J. A. Wheeldon, or Eubank, Is cutty country home at Ilryantsvlllo In ting wheat In this neighborhood. Miss ..marguerite honor of her cousin. Mrs. Rulle Floyd died and was burWooltolk ot Lexington. She leaves u husled at Walltown. Miss Toinmle Francis Is in band and seven children. visiting Mr. and Mrs (leorgo child or Gertie The Hallow. Miss Alberta Anderson Routen was burled at Pleasant Point the Tuesday Afternoon Club last week. The mother a', '.no child on Wednesday and a niosf tnjoyablo was burled some six weeks ago. repast was served In courses U the V. C. Gllllland has been aarterin? quests. Mrs. Melvln Harris or Lux with something like blood poison causIngton and Mr. John Marrs. ot Riched from a bruised foot. mond wore called here by Mo death The trustees of the Kings Mountain Tomlin-son- . of their niece. Miss Margaret graded aro having the school grounds M. Tinder loft Sunnuy Elder F. improved and the well cleaned out and evening to begin a series of drilled deeper. He will nl?o Tullahoma, Tenn nt Road working is the order of tho visit his brother In Montgomery, Ala , day. Mrs. Kd e before his return home. Lawrence Gooch and Lesllu Walker has returned from a vlalt to wero married last week. her mother. Mrs. Annie Hilney, of Ashford Dlshon and Pearl lleviiolda Mm. Eugenia Uush Cox. eminence. drove to Highland Sunday and wero and little daughter, Chrictlno Carpenmado ono by Rov. Cook. ter Cox. or SL Louis, arn guesta of Holla Arnold Miss Sallle Klkln. Miss left Monday tor a stay of tovernl days Want To Play Us. n Lexington nnd Nlcholnsvillo. MUs Arnold Kit Saturday lor n tlslt Atllo to her mint. Mrs. Hugh Hemphill, of LAMRTFI PMI. TRAM ISSUES Mr. ana Mm Heim'on. Nlcholasvlllo CHALLENGE TO STANFORD Young and bab and sister Miss Young, nro here from Iiinama for a Tho Lancaster Independent ball visit to Mr i.nd Mm. W. O. Anderson. team Is very anxious for a gamo with Doodw-lKlkln. of Atlanta, la hero Tor Stanford, nnd has Issued u direct doll a visit to his grandfntner, t'anU T. A. for a gnmo with the local champions. Klkln nnd family. Mr. Robert Wulker An efiort was made to get n double-headand timer. Miss Annie May Walker, arranged to bo played on tho Richmond, nro guests of Lancaster of grounds there, next Monda:', tho JtU Miss Uettlo West Is at telntUos. of Ju'". hut tho Stanford team has borne after a pleasant vlalt to friends disbanded for the season, tne school (leorgetown, Wlnchestor nnd Lexin term bolng ended, and It was found ington. Misses Nannie U. "Icrilng that It would bo very hard to surapo and Uesslo Brown relumed Hattiiuny up a nine here, and If ono could bo from n pleasant stay with friends at ttecured, It would probably have to Hustcnville. MUs Amanda Aulorson, play the gamo without practice. who left hero some two weeks nr.o tor Tho challenge received from LanIs tbo Normal School at Richmond. N. caster, roads as follows: Mr James reported quite sick. To tho Stanford Rase Rail Team Denny nnd daughter, Mls:i Katlo Lee, Wo hereby challenge tho Stanford funeral 6t Mr Malcolm nttonded tho base, ball cttib for a gumu bt baso Richmond Monday. Mrs W. Miller at ball to bo payed cither In Lancastar A. Price will be tho hoslosa Saturday or neutral grounds on any oport data of tho memboM tt the Laafternoon the terms to bo 7G per com ol tho gato dles" Aid Society at her handsome receipts to tho winner and 23 por cent homo on Richmond stieer. Dainty to tho loser; or tho winning team to will be served. Mlwea receive tho total recelpU Wo are Margaret and Joan Mount relumed willing to play one game or a sorlei Saturday rrom an enjoyubte week A. JOSEPH. of games. Kentuiky spent In MIddlesboro at tho Independent Manager Lancaster V. S Ueorge Association. Mr. Rase Pall Team. ments ZV4 miles irom auiuiui-- i was a guesrt lor nowral Somerset pike. Nearly all In Ohio ot Mississippi, Mesdamea day at tho Kengarlaud. nmi niii tin Rold at it bargain to W. U. Robert Armstrong has returned Jas-Oe- r nnd on terms reaaoaabo--by 0 r. fr..etnnullti. If V In Frankfort and Airs. ...till her homo WilllUJIia dC OU., HUDWUW..., Iloglo to Edlnburg. Ind. They were 1910 called hero by tho death, of their la- 1910 ANNOUNCEMENT. Joa F ther, Mr. John Y Leavoll. TAKE HEED TO THE THINGS OF THE SOUL. "The Land ot Now." Price lelt last week lor a Hay In 100.000 Fertile, Acres Abounding iti u'nshlneton. D. C. LlUIe MUs Cecil Some one Is in great need spirlt.ially in Stanford. Is It you? Uauon Is In Stnnrord nmklug a pro Everything that Exalts and Emboli' Perhaps you do not realize jutt how very great your soul's need Is. Will you stop Just a short time to consider this matter? truded visit to her gruuapwuis, mi.- lsbes Civilized Life. We take time, nnl 11. Wnlknni Mr. J. H. Hilton. Jamei wisely so, to think over our business, political or social aftulrs; why not the recent Land for Homo or Investment, or, or Richmond, has been give one quiet hour today to Hit alone and examine the condition ot your Men-monpas-reng."i met-tlng- s Skid-morCt-bler i Methodist church. OF DR. DLAIN A8 PASTOR AT HUS- Mrs. Alex Martin, aged 72 years, TONVILLE OTHER NW3 died nt her home near Rowland on FROM THE WEST END. Thursday morning nfter an Illness ir pneumonia. Deceased bad been 111 onHustonvlllc, July 1. time The Inetallatlon of Rev Caroy Ran- ly a short felt fornnd but llttlo a tew was her until Just dolph Ulaln pastor of tlio Presbyterian hours before her death. church on Sunday last was exceed Resides her husband, Mrs. Maitln ingly interesting and heartily enjoy- Is survived by threo sons, T. T J. F.. ed by a largo and orderly eongrega-tlo- and&W.N.P..Martln, nil employes of the L. railroad, nnd ono daughter, Rev. Willis adjourned his con Mrs. William 1 locker, ot this cltv. gregation In time to be present. The For many years sho had been a sermon a scholarly ono too, was member of tho Christina church ana preached by Dr. Ulanton, ot Danville, her life had always been a ronxecrut-eone. After funeral services this the charge to Rev. Dlaln, by Dr. afternoon nt three o'clock, all that Is Lnwson of Springfield, and thq charge mortal or the good wire and mother I ll A ... v.iu ........ iiiciuucia nP ,1... i:uuiiii f... It. will be consigned to Mother Earth to ii uiu .IihimI. u ii Orcen, or Danville, In a way that (dumber till the dawn or a new life everyone present. shall come. ciinrmf-- iiuu The Installation was a novel proceeding to many bat was heartily enUp The Cumberland. jijeui uj nil. II. H. McAnlch tho well known capitalist ol Mlddleburg, t.'bo 13 well nml fnvnrnhlv Ifnnvn linn ;inrl FVin. BOAT .TRIP .BEAUTIFULLY DESvlllc Is HPrloimlv 111 nnd his friends CRIBED BY MR. CARSON ear the end Is near. Mr. widen young secretary ot ins Uurnsldc, June 23. Mill Co., with his wife hav returned from a delightful (Visit to friends nnd Editor Interior Journal:- Burnslde Is a line little city, nes relatives In tho capltol of Casey. Randolph Dlaln wife and threo chil- tled among the mountains or southern dren, or Loulstlllo were guests last Kentucky, situate ou the Cumberland week of Rev. C. R. Ulaln and mother river. Last Saturday the Woman'n Home at Hotel Weatherford. LooklnR out lor tho wellfare of his Mission Society of the MethoJIst neighbors Is Judgo J P. Dood)', who church of this place gave an excursion left a well rilled market basket with down the Cumberland on the good llnest vegetables ot tho seuson at our pteamer Rowena, which Is owned by iloor for which we aro rerv thakful tho Durnslde and Durkvllle Transportation Co. Our crowd was rather Indeed Miss Mattlo Llpps barely eighteen large but there was plenty ol room nnd n bit ago out of short frocks, l.as Tor all, een ror the children io play. recently been nigniy compiimonieu Many ot the beat people of our comby the school In being elected prlncl- - munity and of Somerset wero In this i.nl ..f lh. ...it.llr a.liruil nt AfptvlllllfV- - crowd; a special train was run by Tho voto In her favor was unanimous. tho C. N. O. & T. P. railroad for the Somerset people. McKeo Kine nas Dougn-- . n lour Our boat left the wharf at two P. Oterland auto and Is running It M., reached the lock. No. 2t, at like an experienced chauffeur tol or mud on .Main street In left there at C P. M reaching Iturn-sld- o The lake scenery alone the 10:111. feint nt tinct ftTra la rnnrlimli evi. nt The ilanra In nnvnnn Ihflt thr tOUtl Cniltl- - Cumberland cannot be surpassed; na ctl carts nothing for the welfare of our ture is dressed in her most gorg ?ous growing village nor tne neauu oi iw robe at this time of the year and tho hill sides and fields and meadow.s on residents. Ppnrnrk-- . ot Robbing. our either side wero a "east to any lov Mro Thnc Tenn.. is vlsitlns relatives and old ac er of the beautiful. Thero are some quaintances nero anu at .umuieuun; places along this river where the cliffs are very precipitous and tho for the weeK. rt l M Wllllnma hnln? rocnpr- - rocky ribs of these hills added to the eye trouble will bo attractiveness of the scene as thay ed from 1.1s late round in his orrice now during busi- protruded among tho foil lire. ness hours. It Is not very often possible, to fo-The best game or baso ball ever cure the opportunity for sn excursion lipfnr.t !i Iirire on the Cumberland, for tho watr Is ntnvmi ham u. n a til.iv and appreciative audience Saturlay generally to low1 at this tlmo of tho ear that our rccular steam boots can by Hustonvltle nnd Liberty tho Keoro standing 3 to 1 in favor of liberty. not ply this high, but tho Into rains this year havo given us utoain bout I.w Ai.latnrfl mnll a hnailtirilllV water longer than usual, consequently islands wc are enjoying mittire'a gifts. The ed fan mado In tho Phllllpimj by a Japoneso artist woo is carver best part of a trip of this charast-iis tho return by moonlight, to soo tho to tbo royal Jamily of Japan. Thn .jr.7nr..itlnn nf thrt Christian moonbeams playing upon the wnltra adjourned nfter Sunday h'.1io! and tho fields nnd cliffs; no ono em church uu; auenueu last Sunday anuordaining m j.Inttal- - describe such ncsnery, especially and over and anon into iho when wo Ihe Impressive, shadow cast by somo very high cliff intlon bervico a t tno itoioj-iuu.hand are Riven tho bcoutllul uight ot church A very hard rain with a tcrrlblo the scarchllght'fl play upon all arounl. DrO- ...l...t rnnrlilnr nlmnst tci CV'lonlS From tills meagre description you portloi. visited this locality rhursJay can get some Idea of our afternoon i j. nnd ovening pleasure, but you can about L oc:ock ! m., accuuiii.um.-'the most sovcro electrical .:au,nnnad-i.- never appreciate such until you havo in mntiv vo.trn. it camn from the experienced n like trip for yourself, South-IOis- t and was about torty minu which I trust that rou, as Interior tes pwslng, vecrin? iowari hhjnpuoars Journal readors, will bo soon privileged to enjoy. JOHN V. CARSON. The scope of this Btorm to have about Toiir miles wide. The ono damac." dono In thU locality was V.'ll- - NEW LODGE FOR CRAB ORCHARD fine cow belonging to Mrs. Iteitio POW- G. U. . Ort the ocning of July 7, Thursday lllo.l -llama lni..i.u, hnv atnrlm nf ell burned, R H. Richard's cow struck night thero will bo Instituted nt Crab oy uai. Orchard a KnlghLs ot Pythias loge. by lightning, tobacco injured Tho Stanford toani ot Dli'duoi lodge, und trcoa nnd fencing blown down. ro No. 81 will do tho work ot Initiation. Judgo Wolla and wife, ot Wbw, visiting tholr daughter Mrs. Jnno A largo number of member ot tho los cal lodgo will attend and tunny Owsley Carpenter here. ur u ,n..i. tnv eln n Anlonilltl L.1U2 ...-.-from other parts ot the htato ari " exceptional improve expected to be present at the Oraas farm with n d nd'vIod inJtEcShTGD er& elected ION 3 divi3- - t.a - Kings Mountain July t Charlie Roberta and Hob Rowland engaged in a combat on last Satur day evening and Rowland was stb-be- d In the side. Deputy Sheriff Reynolds, after a considerable nh.igo, ar rested Roberts and took him to Squlro Singleton, and he mado bond. Vlrglo Hogue, whose leg was taken off some eight weeks ago, had a fall and hurt his leg and blood poison is feared. The trustees of educational division No 3 met on Saturday and elect-th- e following named schooM Herbort Reynolds, Clear Fork; nettle Newell, Wnynesburg; Maude Drown. Dreen Ilrinr; Ethe Adams, Pally Ann; Cornelius, Pond, Miss Drear, Round Knob Ellison; Caleb Newell. Miss Dodbey, O. K. E. G Oillilaud, ritnsand Point; V. C. Gillllnnd.Dun-can- ; Cyrus Johnson, Highland; Took Lay, Caestnut Ridge; Fannio Hatfield, Hutchinson; Nettle Bogl. Sweot Dum; Dennle Oooch, Walnut Grove. Tho board Is composed of 1C very wise trustees and consequently every thing was done In decency And In order, everything being satisfactory to both teachers and trusteed Rev. Livingston filled his appoint- iin uiu ... viel-tor- -,- rii-n- o An Earnest Word. ,i- ", ' t, You aro either a child ot Gol or a child of Satnn. Thero Is no uilddla or halfway place. He who Is not tor Christ Is against Htm. It any mau have not tho spirit ot Christ he is rone of Ills, You are now redeemed by tho blood ot Jesus Christ or you are a lost soul without Cod and without hopo In the world. Which are you to Capt. U. Mr. C. D. Hagan sold It you are a Christian, you inuy know It by tho following evidences':" or Junction. Ulty a pair oi Schools second to none. Durham, 1. Supreme love to God. MaiL 10:31-37- . Telephone exchange and connection 1275.00. two year old mules for 2. Hatred ot Sin and love of holiness. Rom. 7: everywhere. Llccto Holtzclaw has returued MIhs 3. Love for all other ChrljUana. 1 John 3:11. to her homo at Stanford, after a visit Electric lights and modern Improve 4. Anxiety for tho salvation ot the lost. John 1:45. to Mrs. J. T. Underwood. 5. A desire at heart to obey Christ's commands. ments. John 11:2.1. Prof. John W. Rawllnga and family, Religion and education held bacred. ti. A delight In God's law after tbo Inward man. Rom. 7:23. ot Danville visited relatives hero Sun7. The witness ot the Spirit. Rom. S'.lli. Greatest prospects. day. 8. You know If you trust In Him. I John S:913. Mr. C. A. Ulanford, of I.aTollette. Available resources. If you realize that you possess these evidences ot salvation, .vou are Tenn., visited his family at this place. Rare opportunities. Indeed a child ot God. Blessed are you If such la your spiritual stato. K. Mewrs. H. O. Caratt. F. Then, my brother, what wannor ot life ought you to live It Christ has E. M. Wayne. J. ). Wright Rich soil. thus savedyou? To answer very' briefly, you should do readily and Joyattended the Abuudant crops. and A. H. Westerfleld ously everything you can to honor Christ. You should live unspotted from aviation meet at Louisville. Rousing conditions. the world: you should attend public worship and take: such part therein as Mrs. J. D. Baxter, nt Orav-e- l Mr. and you aro able; you should give of your .tirqe. talents, money and love to Switch, vlBlted Mr. aad Mm. J. K. Distinct advantages. spread the gospel ot, salvation to nil lost people everywhere; You should Crops In great variety. live ton Htm who died for you. You are not your own; you are bought with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Coiatt left Mon-Oa- Ou the road to prosperity. of the Ulood ofChiist. One day roou you wlU'oaswer the preclous-prl- ce for Yellowstono Park, Wyoming. Unlimited possibilities. for your stewardship. Don't bury your talent; don't bide your light unMinn., They went via Minneapolis, der a bushel. God help anl bless y0u. Nona superior In fertility, and the Oreat Northern It. R. But. my friend, If you havo not a hope In Jesus, will you not quietly nnd right. True to the earnestly consider the matter of becoming a Christian? The illble CAVE TO MAMMOTH Yielding abundant harvest. you oud your conscleuco condemns, you. You aro guilty before God, the righteous and Just Judgs and the penalty for your spiritual guilt July 20th, from Stanford and all King ot good roads. Is fearful beyond all words. Tho endurance of, this Just yet awrul, tternat way stations on regular motuliig train Youth and beauty reign. penalty may begin any moment. God have mercy on ou aul give you this, a great three days' outlug for only right. Write for catalogue. Prices another chance of deliverance!. The culy deliverer under heaen given J12.65. ThU will include th) railroad Farms from 25 to 400 acres; prices nmonc men Is our Lord Jesus Christ, the Holy Sou ot God who by Ills death. of anguish bears the penalty for every sinner who will accept Htm. Will from 140 to 1110, according to lofare, also board at Cave Holol, and adyou you accept Jesus? With Him as yoir ransom, cation und lmporvemenU. to the several routes In tho mission are safe. Without Him, there is no h0pe. A SWINEBROAO. L. & N. HUGHES See largo bills and cavo. ny win you uie me eternal ueaia when me is ireeiy ouweu m wum 3,J" Lancaster, Ky. Your friend, J. C. DANIEL. God blesa every one who reads this. Rtal Estate. sgenL guest ot Lancaster reunites. Parksville Association with tho best citizenship. No saloons, no social disturbances. Churches tor all denominations. All work together for tho general welfare. W. spirit? 16-1- 19-.!- :. Wes-(erltol- y cou-detn- debt-paye- - 1 ! Aear4'.' "3rtn.-JiSjaMT- .' 1 pr,f?r,y,' 4i Ait TWO THE JNTER10K JOURNAL FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1S10. The BVBRY Interior Journal EaUbllihod TUESDAY 1 REAPING BENEFIT 1872. fron ths Experience People. of Stanftrd AND FRIDAY At Ter Year in Advance. 8AUFLEY HELTON Publlihtr Entered at the Post Offlco at Stan. lord, Ky., ai Second Class mall. Evangelist j C. Ditnlel, who Is con ducting the revlvnl services nt the Itaptlst church Is not only a pplcnOld cvangcltat and n pulpit orator of mere than ordinary ability, but he Is a worker of untiring zenl. Being a cipn of aet experience, he knovH the power of printer' ink nod holds that can be made to oun: in the work for the Master us well as in the ordinary walks of life. Kea'i his "ad." In this issue and po to hear him. lie is an instrument of force find lower in the good work. Some BoIe county peopto wero billed in an auto wreck in the South and the Danville Advocate issued n special edition to give the news to its readers, which was a great stroke of enterprise. We hear that tho Advocate boys are contemplating a dally, which is about the nest etep, for it would be hard to moke their any better. Bowling A Greens voted for caloons and high license, after having tiled blind tigers for three years under Sry rule. The majority was S5 for the tU. "Warren county outalde the rlty AN EXPERTS OPINION OF SKIN Dill EASES .went dry. A prominent national expert on skin diseases whose name you are faLecture Bei Hur miliar with sajs that in all nis scientific experience he has never found so hard a disease to conquer as EcTO BE GIVEN BY EVANGELIST zema. Yet he does not hesitate to DANIEL SUNDAY recommend Zeroo as a mest successJ ful remedy for the treatment of EcThe meeting at the Baptist church zema, Itching skin diseases, dandruff, continues to grow In interest. Both Llraples, blackheads and all other dis the morning and night services are eases of the skin and scalp. He s.iyg largely attended, the night her Ices that not only do its curative qualities often overflowing the house. Many make it popular but also the fact that ere blessed, being found of the Sa- It is a clean liquid remedy for external vior, while others nr,e helped In Chris- use. A great lruproveinent over the tian faith and living. The singing is old style greasy salves anil lotions excellent, being led by Rev Uallbnok, which are not only unpleasant to use .who is assisting in the meeting. but do not destroy the germ lite that Evangelist Daniel will give nis fa destroys the disease. Zeau. draws the mous lecture on "Ben Hur," Sunday terms to the surface and destroys afternoon at three o'clock. This is a them, leaving the skin clear nnd healfree lecture, full of pathos and humor thy. Can be used freely on infants. and all are invited to hear it. Mr. G. L. Penny will gladly supply The meeting will continue lnleflnlte- - those who call with a free sample botly. All are invited to attend. tle of Zemo and a booklet which explains in simple language all about tkln diseases and how to cure yourTunersville. self at home with Zemo. d We are iortuuate indvil to be able to proM by the experience of r.ur ne'yliboTS. The public utterances of Stanford residents on iho follow Ir.g will interest and tiunpfit thcu-atx- l of our readers. Hit J this stale-rr.enNo better proof can be had. John T. Harnett, carpenter, Ron-lanilreet Stanford, Ky., say " I uto" a great number of kidney rem-til'within the pant three jvnrs nml cno say that Doan's Kidney I'll:) Knve ue the first relief. My orr: ohllKt tn-- i to do heavy lifting and stooping at thr.es. and this weakened my kldiie)s. a pain across the i fullered Irom i.i&il of my back that often becatne s so intense I was unable to- - do I was feeling mlsurnbie when I learned of Doan's Kidney I'IIIj nnd sc highly they were recommended '.hat I procured a supply M Shugars & Tanner's drug store. This reroedv cave rue almost Instant relief nnd for tout reason, I gladly recommend it." foi sale by all dealer'. Trie f0 Utiffulo, N. cents Y., r,o!e agents for the S ilt.'fl States. It member the name Doins--antake no other. supplies And accessories. AGENTS FOR AUTOMOBILES AJr A strict t. d S Flanders 20 $750 E. M. F. 30 $1250 Haynes 92000 Baker Electric 2000 to $4000 iStudebaker Garford, $4000 to $6000. If interested. Phone us Bell 24, and we will gladly give you demonstration. Danville Ice & Coal Co. Dressed gHM$ & $ 4m 0$O$ lMt& $$ & ft $$$N nny-thin- iHmunuign You Are Never Well Dressed Without a Genteel, Becoming Hat. The size and shape of a man's face should control the d style of his hat Full-shape- r'oster-Mllburn,Co- ., tH aaaaaLt Cv JnJv il ..- - j . Panamas and m Stetsons I STYLISH RUNABOUTS AND BUGGIES AT TEMPT- INGLY LOW PRICES. INSPECTION IS INVITED. I at $3.50 and ' $5 for the larger and older small-shape- d , ! I men Yachts, Stiffs and soft I I W. H. ATN E A"CSCREEK HIGGINS, j 9 Stanford, Kentucky. hats in the fancy colors at $1 to $4, are the things for the young men. We can suit all ages and sizes. The storm Friday night caused n great many to miss the ice cream supper, but a largo crowd attended and $9 was collected. The aged citizens of this community aay that there has never before been as much electricity in the nir. Their belief is that the comet brought it. The rain Tuesday was a great help to corn and tobacco. Mr. Ed Martin sold a load of corn to a Mr. Trusty, of Casey county at J3.50 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. Henry McWhor church next Saturday night, Sunday Wt hive morning at 10:30 o'clock and Sunday cnet inert Sunday school meets st night The 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon At the price for til close of the Sunday school, Ilev. J. .1. jour ituff. Dickey will preach. Rev. M. P. Morgan, of Crnb Orchard, will preach at Neat's Creek Bring Your Produce To Us. opened produce hotuc on Seen. and will pay ike Ktiot mulct kind, ol couatiy produce. Bnsg ui H. J. McROBERTS. G. L. Fenny R. II. Coflev M.iO. BAST1N & CC Stuford, Ky. ! BLACKSMITI1ING Bring your Blacktmlthlng and general repair work to me. Hone tboelng Ke. Hatlifactlon guaranteed, ..hop oppo.lt Phillip.' concrete .lore. JAMES UltACKETT, Hlanford, Ky. E. R. Coleman ARTISTIC shades in our ready nixed colors-FoMiss Mary Lee Meade, of Duncan, durablity and uniform high Casey county, visited friends here last week. quality they are unequalled. Talk M1b8 Lois Hubble, of Eubank, who has been visiting Mrs. Sherman Coy, all you like about "good,, paints. returned home Saturday. Then do a little actual painting Mr. Dan Moser visited home folks with a small sample from our stock on Gilbert's Creek Saturday and Sunnd watch results. You'll satisfy day. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Carter, of Lex- yourself that you can buy no better ington, visited Mrs. A. D. Root l&fct apaint for the money anywhere. Let week. our paint talk. Miss Tommle Goode Is visitlns her J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. aunt, in Lexington. visiting here. ter led. Miss Bessie Hubble, of Stanford, is J, L.Beazley&Co.; Ice Cream Soda Water I r . THE FOURTH IS A 0D DAY for the man without insunnce Every time a rocket hursts over his house he bag heart dleuie. If you aren't insured better have us isbue Tno fiei-dcjou a policy from worry it will afford you U none worth the cost of the insurance. to-co- Phosphates Undertakers and Embalm Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.RugB. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. en. Grape Juice And a Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. f FARMERS As usual, we are handling this just what you need in '- Pennington, Stanford, Ky., Phone 200 STANFORD. - KENTUCKY & CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! notice. Alto make a tpectaltyof reatbt (or lor funeral purpotea. In connection with tbenlove, 1 have all ktndt of vegetable, on band at reatouable prlctt OlIHIHTMANOKKEN IIOCHnH. Kl) HUHHAKII, I'UOK. Htanford, Ky. I can lurnltb tbe puuncwltb tbe belt, at well at tbefreibe.t oleut flowert, plantt of all kJndi, bulbt, potted nowert, on tbort Fish - Z-- 3' Kor home, carriage and tlgn painting decorative paper banging alto nuggy trlinmlug of all kindt tucb at topt recovereU curtain, I J. BELDENf - BBSBBSaaBBBBBBBBBBESra Am Detroit Vapor r.tm?3t . The Latest In and boott made. HtopoterAldrldue'iiblack; irnltb tbop Weit Main Ht Hlanford Ky., THE .PATENT .NO.. 1 .FLOUR .IS I'houeo.2H- UNCLE SAM'S PRIDE J J.HELIJEN. f IHffWinBsrFjLjSMBMg, 0 9 OIL STOVES. Absolutely Wkkless, NorAs-- 0 M Binders, Mowers, Hay Rakes, Harvesting Twine and Oil. will suit your pocketbook. Better look at these before you buy. We are the recognized headquarters We have several second hand buggies on hand right now at figures that and ours also; "Tho Terfect Fiour, a scientific product of the most ap proved milling methods. The bread rolls, cake and pastry it yields aro genuine health foods the kind that combines purity and dellclousness with high nourishing value. Try a bag today and be convneed. IrV. Furniture A. TRIBBLE. nod Undertaking. Day Phone 28. NigLtrhone 133. aHHEaBI&BBalaK aaaT2i2a5-5a3- bestos, No Cotton Wicks. Stanford. KenturMy. The Very ThtaFlforHC Summer Cooking. Makes life in the kitch- J. H. Baughman & Co. LN. TIMETHBLE No.Jl,Hoath,ll:Jr.i. No.W,J:wr.M. A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, for all farm machinery and supplies in this part of Kentucky. Come in. r Spring & Summer Stock. S. RICE, I am a graduate of Jonei' National Hobool ot Auctioneer!, Ublcago, and bare bad experience In the big cattle talei at tbe Union utock Yardi. Ublcago, wbere we .old iome tnorougbbrrdi ai High ui VJ- - Alto in borae tale, where duU tale, were made each day. Auctioneering It a acleuce and I bate Lincoln Lodse No. eo. K. 4 A. M. will meet ttudled It with tblt Idea. Bee or phone me In stated communication on eaca nnt and before you arrange for your tale, 1 ran tblrd Monday nlgbtt of each month, at T:30 s-make inlet to your advantage, l'il ONE o'clock la tbelr ball on main ttreeet, Htanford, Ky. Member! of titter lodge, are fraternally Invited to be prtent.T. W. Burtf in, KentucKy. No.rr.ioiWA.u. No. , Houtb, I0ia A M. No. Ji, North, 4: to a. m. No. K, North, 6M9 r. M. en endurable in hot weather. JOS. Agent. QEO. M. FARRIS. MASON'S MEET. CONCRETING nr.t-clan- When Hungry 00 TO Oarton) Hritaurant Uucatter, Heo. PENCE BROS., Stanford. HaTerour ineature taken by a tailor ot experience. Then your clotbet, wbetber a low price butlneit tult or tbe nnett evening olotbet.twlll have tbat Individuality and nt lxoler lu and Manufacturer of which plainly Indicate tuey were made to your uiea.-ar- e your'meature. 1 win aito Monu-ment- ii tor extra trouter. fanoy tor Marble coattf and: overcoat!. Hprlng and Hutnmet lamplei ou band tuly lor your Impaction Marker! and Fotti, Cemetery and Lawo U, 0, HurLKY, Tbe Tailor. Vaaetaud Betteet. Office aud Viorkj, Htanford, Ky, Ky, Harry Jacobs, and Granite i. vtt. Hvreet. Htanford. K. Ueali terved at ul t bouri up to II :Jr. m. Itett place lu wu;for a good quick Wears In potltlon to do all klndt of concreting, tuch at lllock Work. 1'avemeut meal. and. In fact, we can make any thing from pa.t. We boutedown to a fenceguarcutee can serve Cooking to tult our cuttomortouripeelalty. Hplendld new Hue of fancy t you promptly and work and material. Call and get our prlcei Oroccrlei. before you buy your material ut leuit. Uot Oolfee, Handwlcbet, plei.tUuttar milk. aud tweet milk, etc., at all time. PHILLIPS BROS., BUnfcrtl, Kj. W. A. CARSON. Pri ft mMMHWWjJMHMMI aftWHtl FRIDAY, JULY I, 11)10. THK INTEfUOR JOURNAL. PAUR THRKK. Men's Tan Low Shoes. In Co rrcct Styles nnd Best Quality. Hcjjular $3.00 Shoes ot $1.05. 3 Men's Bargain Socks. Men CelebraD the Glorious Gourth fn a pair of Bargain Shoe. Wa nlll ulnu nnt nilr .nllpn lln. nf U.n'a Rhnrl in Tan BtlU latent Leather. Ttip.n am frm Hlrlmrll A Fnrahplm maktm. Nnthinp better made to sell at M to Jd iwr nalr. Wa have decided to elve this mace to a different line of Rooh and you can profit by this sale. They are on the bargain counter i the center of our store and you can have your choice at $1,05 and $2 9j. As a flyer to go with these shoe bargains we will sell 150 pairs, Men S' SilklFinish Socks, the 10c kind nt J3c per pair or two for 25c Not over four pairs to one customer. Men's Patent Low Shoes. nnd In High Grade Goods sold nt future needs out of this snlc nnd snve $-- 5. 1 Tnke nny nt 12.05. Get your to 12. On Sole Monday 8 A. M. SEVERANCE & SON, ten, Stanford, Kentucky. Notes and Accounts Collected WV mllwt notes nnd accounts nnvwhere in the United Stntm charges unless we collect. Also look after claims of all kinds. I i I ' W. A. Parsley, of London, was hero Miss Resale Fowle haa rcturii:d aftTbcro Is a new line of 25c box pn Regardless of Rain or Weather er a three weeks' visit to Lebanon special values at I'tnnj's Unit; on business thlR week. Charles L. Dawes has gnn.l on nn Junction and Louisville. "lore. RETURNS BY ROUNDS extended trip through tho mountain, Orchard Thuradny after a pleuxant visit to MIsb Marie Mabony Mr. J'H.n sellflig saw mills, PERSONALS. Porter Jefferson, of Umlrvllle, will Of the Great Z. T. Smiley, tho Lexington, horsearrive next week for a visit to Miss man, was here this week. J. C. Stanley, who bas been at LivMahony ingston for some time, Is at Hubble Misses Florence Truebcart and VirThe Young LadicR' Circle of the Jeffries-Johnso- n again. ginia Uourno left Friday for a lnlt Christian church will meet In tbo lecto rclatltes at Huntington, W. Vu. ture room Saturday afternoon at three Miss Jennie Lawrence, of Whlto Oak, la the guest of ber sister, Mrs Col. James T. Mincfee Ik at home o'clock. The members of tho Ladles' ,V. D. Gooch. to Auxiliary are cordially Invited t't short 'or PRIZE FIGHT Mlaa Jennie Karris nailer, of Frank. I . R. A. Jj'.r. who motored over meet with them. MIssHalllo Kikln, present. Will be Glvsn At The fort. Is the attractive guest of Mis to Columbia for a visit to his old District Manager, will be Josephine Sandldge at Mllledgevllle. Lome, came back by Stanford n .Miss Myrtle Hutfaker, ot Denver, route to Cincinnati. lanvilli - Optra - Hium Local News. Colorado, la the guest of her mother Mrs. Frank Archer, and little daughMrs. C. M. Dads, of Hustonvlllr, Ky.. ter, Marguerite, of Louisville, aro the AT 3:30 P. M- .where she will remain n short time. guesta of Mlrs Minnie Straub. Fly Paper; Fly Screens, Fly hlllef. Prof. B. W. Gibson, who has been Dy everything at the Co: iUt Store Col. P. W. Grlnstead, state reprnen-tatlv- c of tho American Dock Company touching InWest Virginia, Is with bis mother here. ,was bore with friends thla ot Dollar watches at Mrs. A. B. Vensel, of Pittsburg Pa., at Another stockBtore. J. B. Dwnell, of Frankfort, repreDON'T MISS IT. the Country senting the Henry Clay Klre Insur- and Mrs. J. E. Huntington, of Lexingance Company, of Lexington, Is here ton, sisters, of Mr. C. R. Coleman, arc parsol the Before you buy guests ot his family berc. Mr. Cole- ones at the Country a Store. Be NOTICE for a few days. Mrs. J. 8. Owsley has gono to her man Is down from the mountains for u TneStbltc teachers' Institute will be stay with them. old home In Franklin, Simpson coun- several days' Stable for rent. Mrs. Mattie D. held at Stanford In the Graded School Mrs. Will Severance and Miss Emty, to spend the summer with her fabuilding July All teachers con ma Warren left Thursday for a visit Klrby. ther, Mr. McKlwaln. She tool: her "on templatlng teaching, either in the James, with her. .Mr. Owsley will to Mrs. Lily Warren at Mlddlesboro. Mose Cooley Is helping with the Graded or common schools are requirbe In Lexington with hit father nnd Miss Warren will go on to Knoxvlllc express nt the depot while 'Jack ed by law to attend. Prof. J. W Ire for a visit to Mrs. Leo, family much this summer, G. SINGLETON, land, instructor. l)r L. G. Singleton nnd wif of Johnson la on his. .vacation. W. K. Warner mndo a business trip 3G-Supt Howling Green, Dr. T. II. Singleton to Crab Orchard today. Ponder, guns, tobacco ho.-t- on! lee V. O. .Martin has returned from a and wife, of McKlnney, are guests of H. Farrls' rCIICE TO .SHAREHOLDERS .OF :mokers. Gio. lalt to frlcnls and relatives at Cump-- I their brother, Supt. Garland Singleton of Hubble LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONMiss nnd family. bellsvllle. The Wllmore base ball team tlll Mrs. Singleton AL BANK. Mr. and Mrs. George t'ulllnm have Wavnesburg, n nleco of at Lancaster on play a double-hnde- r guest. rvturned from their wnlcl.ni; tour Is also their Carpenter, the attrac-tlt- e the Fourth ol July. Ijiura Miss uiut are at the 1'ulllam fan.lly home At a meeting ot the directors ot daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Adam near Shelby City. For sale First dasn Bell City this bank, at Its banking bouse In Carpenter, will entertain n house Prof. J. W. Ireland has returned Wednesday thresher at a bargain. W O. V.'ull.er, Stanford, Ky., on June 1), 1910.lt waa from the Kentucky KducaLcnai Anno- - party from Saturday uutll tUtion meeting at Henderton. lie al- Her guests will bo Miss Nanry Coop Stanford, Ky. resolved that a meeting of the shareiu-leso visited a number of other ioluts In er, of Midway, .Misses iauy unu Mary holders be called to meet on Tuesday; Hume, of Lexington, Miss Mrs. Ireland Joined blm at new Oliver type the state. For Sale Brand July 2C, 1S10, at Its banking office Lexington and returned borne with Vance, of Lexington, Miss Nancy Lyne writer latest model; at a bargain, Ed In Stanford, Ky.,to vote on tbe propo nuuM ot ijxingion, him. 31-of C. Gaines, Lancaster. .Messrs. W. V. Richardson nnd Lou-I- s ITewltt, of Mt Sterling. Several sition to amend the articles of associaLlnney, ot thn Danville Adocatc, these young ladles have been attend- Omega bororlty couven1'ure Deerlng Sisal binder twine at tion ot this bank as follows. and Robert Kartells and Dr T. R. ing tho Chi On tho ulternoon S centa a pound. J. G. Weatbtirtord, First To Increaw capital tollOO,-00Griffin, of Danville, drove over In an tinn In Lexington. .H r... ... lu. 33 4 automobile Tuesday night, and Mr. I of July 4th .miss uarpeni- iand to authorize the directors to lluetonvllle. Llnney did some much appreciated n ynrd party In compllmect to ner set price of new stock. Sjcnnd To work ci the Interior Jourou.8 lino-- visitors. to me. please All those ot directors to ' Miss Pearl Collier returned to Crali and settle Indentedclosing out uy call increase the number Bright, Cashier, typ machine. en I am W. M. ltlftcen. tire stock and desire full nettleraent. 3C 4 George D. Hopper. Mav Bank references. Correspondence solicited. mays COLLECTION agency. WOODSON MAY, Mgr.. Somerset, Stat ... Kentucky r H W 1 vk. Monday July 4th. 11-1- dren to mourn their loss, but their loss was his gain. He had lived a faithful Christian life, had been a member of the Baptist church for many years. His age wns M years C months and 10 days. Mr. J. Wheeldon Is making concrete walks about his dwelling. Mr. Wallace Oliver Is building an addition to his dwelling In the South end ot Eubanks. Mr. Barren Thompson, father of departed his life G. W. Thompson, June 13th, 1910. Age something 84 years. Ho had been a member mt' tbe M. K. church for several years lived a devoted Christian Ufa so Ur' as tho writer knows. Mr. Trave Spear's wife Is very elc Itev. Q. W. Tilford filled his appetat-meat tho Baptist church SaturJay' night and Sunday. Crops aro looking considerably bct ter since a few days of warm weafJser. ja! nt i! Mrs. Llzzlo Wheeldon, ot Is visiting her sick mother at Stein, Kuhuk. 2 s y .t... 3 Ask your doctor how often he prescribes an alcoholic ..!-- ..' -- ! L!IJ II. win tff.. auuiuiaiii mr umurcn. ne ..If prooaDiy say, ..IT "very, very rarely. Children do not need stimulating." Ask him how often he prescribes a tonic for them. He will prob-- l' ably answer, "Very, very frequently." Then ask h about Ayers Sarsaparilla as a tonic for the young. Follow his advice.. He knows. J.C.AucrCo.,Lowelt.Ma The first great rule of health "Dally movement of the bowel." Ak your dectatraf Mkit non-alcohol- ic Alcohol to Children tj I It hot so. Then ask him about Ayer's Pilk. Sold for nearly slaty jw i 0 I I T 0 mer troubles. Such Is Hollkter'a kidneys. A tonic that proonts sum0 Iiocky Mountain Tea. 33o tea or 0 T 0 nt Sbugars anncr's. Some attractive 0 beli.g made by theimprovements are County Lincoln 0 National Hank, and tho olllce will prefinished. 0 sent n new appearance when 0 0 Phillips Bros, are rushing work on bridge 0 the Somerset street and tho They are new a splendid Job 0 0 doing structure will be a dalny when 0 crete 0 completed. county Fiscal Court f 0 will meet on Auguct 9th for the The Lincoln Eubank 0 0 July of allowing road claims. 0 31 Is the last day for filing claim" No Mrs. Sallle Ebtcs Is very sick. Mr. 0 0 others will bo allowed at that time. J. Wheeldon has a very sore leg, Mr. 0 0 Head Northcotl'n ad y W. G. Reynolds departed his life June 0 sons and It Is of Interest to every farmer 13th lt10. He leaves two brnndrhll0 one daughter and several 1 0 uud ex cry farmer'H wile. 0 0 0 0 A WRETCHED MISTAKE. 0 to endure the Itching, palutul distress J. C. McClary, 0 0 of 0 "I piles. There's no need to. ' Listen 0 0 Willsuffered muchof from pile., w.itcs 0 till got a box of nuckleu'H N. C ? Buy our line of wool clothing. 0 'SaleIAndMarsh, soonSlier City, Arnica cured" Burns, was 0 bolls, ulcers, fever soreB, They will not fade. 0 chapped hands, chilblainseczema, cuts vanish be 0 0 Light 0 foro It. 2Dc at Penny's Drug Store. 0 All-wo- ol Blue Serge, or 0 0 Ointments for Catarrh 0 Beware ofContain Mercury, Light, Quarter-that Crash Suit, or a 0 u nrrrurr fill mrrlr Cctlnj tb. 0 0 romplruir Ue i)ium 0 Two-piec- e throuth Suit 0 murine rrpuubld.rub).kiana. exept d.Bue tb. Undertaker and Embalmor lined nevtr tt4 m STANFORD, - KY- 0 tluai tbtm. Il.ll'itb.Ciunb & omM bone.;i7. HomeU'hone 0 brr J Cswf oa mtr. coouiu Will Keep You Cool on 0 rurr, llalla ukra .urtat attlax rou tbe ;b Catanb 0 It taara These Hot Days on Tratlnionuu 0 Tait llaU. Janjuy run ttc irr Prunuta. 0 Your Summer Va0 0 0 cation Trip. 0 0 0 .0 & o$&ee$& oa0000g0 It soothes, refreshes, strengthens and purifies the stomach, bowels and Bailey's tab-Ict- b 4c Gomet con- SAVED AT DEATH'S DOOR The door of ileatn seemed ready to open for Murray W. Ayers, of Transit Bridge, N. Y., when his life was wonderfully saved. "1 wnV In a dreadful condition," he wrll)ff'"uiy skin was almost yellow; eyes sunken tongue coated; emaciated trom losing 40 pounds, growing weaker dally. Virulent liver trouble pulling mo down to death In spite of doctors. Then Uiat mutchless medicine Electric Bitters ured me. 1 regained the 0 ixiunds lost nnd now am well and strong." For all stouincb, liver and klndey troubles they're supreme. 00c at Penny's Drug Store. vjoing Away i Are you going away to spend your vacation ? If so let us show you our line of Suit -- Cases and Trunks Don't borrow, your friend may be going away too. v v pur-tos- e n . TV Faded - ,, a - - - -- , afarfafa ai HHvi W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY , I L. R. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. JIart-- a mow cl rm.U wbol bcn Pucta tbe mucoua mrUrM It b on prrwrl .houkl artlrlra tb from .r wui do to tfii fold lo rood you r&a poMtbljr rrom Cure. BuuiuUctun4 , Tolrdo. O.. oo loleniAlljr, t.ad to dtrrcUr upon o( tba jntnm. tbe bloud mad mucoua buytoc Cure be aura eet mternaUy and made ui Toledo. la renulae. (to. Ohio, by F J Cbtoey tree. Hold by 111c. bottle. lor couUpaUon. and SJ. NEW NECKWEAR We call your attenrion to our new line of Dutch Collars iiLStylish, effects of a pretty White Lawn with Lace Trim- -' . You Will Find Our Line s 0 0 Full of Cool Clothes & FOR HOT WEATHER. 0 I ra ings. Also a beautiful line of Allover Lace Collars in Black and White. Also new Jabots in one, two and three g piece effect, with Cluny and Imitation baby Irish twinning Our line of neckwear is always new and complete. We carry only the latest creations for Ladies, Misses and ren. Come in and be convinced. child- - BRING YOUR HORSE ALONG - I I 10 Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Thislstorc Islthelhome of Hart, Schaffncr & Marx clothes 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a and look at tho latest In harness. Ho will approve of it as well as you. DON'T GET TRAPPED Our stock of Baddies are strong and INTO POOR PLUMBING well made, and as for whips, fly nets, merely because it seems cheuper. It blankets, etc., we have endless quan1b only seeming. It may bo tho dear tities and qualities to suit all tastes. est lnvstment you over mndo. C. MeCLAItY. Stanford. Ky. If your family's and your own J. health aro anything to you, get the best plumbing you can. Wo nro ready to cstlm&to on do!n that kind for you. New Llverv- - HUGHES, MARTIN t & CO.,, r O. O. CARTER, Dry Goods, Notions.'Shoes, W. K. WARNER, Phone 188. Stanford, Ky. 9. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Phone Depot Street, L STANFORD, KENTUCKY mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmam .. --. B; fm , iiniw MKWMto V M TUB INTERIOR JOURNAU ) FJUDAY, JULY J, 1910. t FARMER'S DIPARTMBITT For Bale H. Lancaster Fair 2i lWTeet.teMc4o.btol. Hohblnif Wanted two gooifhorses five to "even years old, oiust be strictly snunl Klncnld. anJ good drivers. W. ,l SUW.rYl'skhe'Tlli'.M B. NtrtbciH, "At. H. ILANCAfTKn BUYER OP ; 'i w r.v-v- . Wi m mu '.V.Vi - !.i .v.. Til Sittl ' m r.w i.i 8t:trord, 13 V u. JULY horse power traction chrIuo Stanford Branch T. K. Tudor, M'a'r. comparatively new. Hun only a short WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOll: tlnio Inst season. W. L. Cordler, How-hu3U Ky. Kggs, per dos farm well located Hens, per lb For Sale. In I'ulaskl county. It you are looking Fryers, per lb lfi.tfin (or a farm at your own price soc me. Turkeys per lb Ducks, per lb , ...7-S- c F. A. Ross, Kings Mountain, Ky. Roosters, per lb For 8ale. Half dozen nlco thoroueh Hides per lb 7e 13.00 hrcd niack Berkshire boars. J. T. Ginseng, per lb Yellow Root, per lb 3.VI HoberU, Hubbje. A carload of nlco Western horses LIME AND SALT FOR 8ALE OR IN j.ist received and for sale J. Kevin EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE. 333 Carter. We can please you. Phone 153 J. C. Reld shipped to J. M. Illley, of Mlddlesboro, two Shetland fltlls and a stallion, for which he received a THE MARKETS. d, 4c Hc Hc Ky. FOR SALE. All Kinds of Farm Produce A new and line of odd trousers and to make you look with them, you should wear n nice pair of the 'CrosscttM Oxford. Also Ladies Oxfords. Vicl Kid. Pat-cLeather and Swede. to well-dress- MVi nt fancy price. "Clothing ;;.; I M a 27th : kf ; o OV&.-J 28th and 29th M 1-9-1-0. l ft The fair this year will be the greatest in the history of this Association. Special Rates and train service ' from Louisville Paris : i and Corbin. M a The largest array ot attractions ever shown. Seiberfs 1st Regimental Band, will furnish a musical program of the latest popular hits of the day. For Catalogue address. ."&:. t via R, L. ELKIN, Secretary, Or call at INTERIOR JOURNAL office where they will be ready for - re i.ncinnau, Juno M'.i When you buy cloth ts from us, ceipts 733; market very slow, fair to ? you enn rest assured t wt you are ! good shippers 15.25 a 7.2S: common in perfect style. 2t?4.25. Hogs Recelps 13; market Our hat department is now moro Rev. Pierce Bryant, pastor of tho active, 10c higher, butchers and ship common complete than ever. Wo have to Ilantlst church here, preached list pers rJ3t)U'J-W?.: S.tiO. Sh eon receipts 4.S27; nmikot Sunday. show you the new Milan Straw Mr. V. F. Cummins and little dauph slow ami lower, ViitVJO. Lnnms--Ma- r Yacht and Pmininn. Call around . May, of Crab Orchard, Kct slow, 15U-&- Q lower, HI' ter, Miss Allle ' before you buy. were severely stung while hiving some vicious honey bees at their farm MAKING LIFE SAFER here. Everywhere life Is being made more J. H Thompson has somo oaU that safe through tho work or Dr King's are moro than six feet tall. The cabbage snake scare nas reviv New Life Pills In constlpaL'on, biliousspecluteu was on ness, dyspepsia, Indigestion, liver ed agin. A troubles, kdney diseases and bowel exhibition here last week. KY. George D. Colson sold n mulo to disorders. They're easy, bu. sure, and build Curtis Cover, of Crab Orchnrd for perfectly Drug up tho health. 2Gc uc aw Store. bought three calves from I'enny's II 10, nnd John Martin for 42. w ". w.."v i J. H. Thompson sold a car load of r r 'rilfc'l hogs ot Hobort Thompson at $S.S3. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ' : mWm Fred Hall bought n sow and pigs from inhn Wllllama for 135. W. T. Adamg' Adinr.. I'lalntlff s. V Miss Emma Holtxclaw, of Gilberts' T. Adnmg' Heirs, Defendants. Preacht-rsvlllCreek, will teach the Pursuant to a Judgment In tho this term. Miss Holtclaw school Get My Price, On taught n successful school hero last above styled case rendered at the May yenr. Miss Sarah Howard, or near term, 11M0, ot the Lincoln Circuit Crab Orcnard, will teach this year at Court, the undersigned Commissioner Hobbs" school house. James 1. White Is with his brother, will, on Monday, July 11th, 1910, at 1 W. P. White. Mrs. John Richardson oclock, P. M., In front of the court Jenand pretty little daughter, Miss Levi house door In Stanford, Ky., offer for nie, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bell. Mr. and Mrs. Henderson, of sale at public outcry to the hlgueat Screen Wire Cloth, Cultivators, Hoes and Paint Lick, were visltng Mr. and Mrs. and best bidder, the following desclrb and other farming implements. John Williams. cd real estate: our friend. Mr. Levi (strainhthnlr) A tract of land on the waters of Sowder, went up to Crab Orchard to net a noslton on the C O., B. L. & W Cedar Creek, In Lincoln county, Keti S3S J. M. Cress, wife and tittle son were tucky beginning at a rock on a branch visiting James Hays and family near an old corner to Wilson Adams, S V Crab Orchard. Mrs. W. V Cummins 5 poles to red elm In old Turn-bul- l was visiting her father, H, F. New-lan- d on Cedar Creek. line. N 87 K G2 poles to a uhttb oak. Smith's coper, thenco Smith and Tumbull lino V 48 K 39 polos to lwi red oaks and black gum, old DUon corner, tlienco N 2 V 10 iKlcfc to n stono Plummer's corner, N 47 E 1 poles to twn vhlto oaks In Plummer's line, thencs N 29 W 109 poles to u "My husband begged me stone, corner to Adams' lot, thenco Ifyuu have inthing to sell (0 take Cardrtl;tvrites Mat poles lo u with sarao N 40 fc! 23 in tho tie L Bishop. 01 Waverly, V 8 poles to a stone stone ti 24 Va., "and for his sake 1 theure N 7.1 V 17 lK)los to n slon" to try it Before I had I', f, near n eprlng, thenro S 3 LINE STOCK taken 1 bottle, I felt better. poles to stono oncost sldo ot branch "Before taking Cardul I thencf up branch to a stono on a bant -- Tako to suffered miserably every r between road nnd branch and month and had to go to Nunnelley's New Stock Yards a black oak, thence S 31 U 21 polos bed until it wore off, but to beginning, containing CI acre now am all right" Ho Imyiand fcl every day in tho Terms Said land will bo sold oa a E50 year except suuilay. Unni; oa nnd tho pur credit of six months, your market 111 chaser will be roqulrcd to give a bond tho State with plenty ot approved personnl surety for with Take tho iiurchaa nrlce. payable to tho eel nnd water best covered penb, ouMuld of Louisville or Ticxingtiu. Commissioner, tho sanio bearing six STANFORD, KY. We also do a general hitch and food LujIuww. from date oj sale por cent Woman's Tonic having theIntorost nnd effect of a Jud:' forc incnt. nnd further secured by Hen on W. L. M'CARTV.Prm. You know Cardul will L. If. UUGHK3.S. AT E. C. WALTON, tho land. help you, because it has II. It. 8AUKLEY. helped others who were Commissioner Lincoln Circuit Court in the same fix as you. George V. Florence, Attorney. Jt Is not "only jx mediUtlo PreachersviUe. V; t ten-Inc- h SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD, :. :. .:; !!.. m House Paint, L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. For His Sake 2 2 3-- 4 -4 - m-n- J st-c- Ilt The Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford. KentucKy. cine for sick Yomen but a tonic for weak 'women. Beinc made from mild. gentle, vegetable Ingfedi-- J ents, it Is perfectly harm-- J less and has " no badl after-effec- ts. Cardul can be relied upon to help you. Try it today. At all druggists. A Good A Painter with Poor Paint lets Poor Results Poor Painter with Good Paint gets Better Results l; ! I But a good painter with Hanna s.Green Seal Painii f can produce results in every way satisfactory. '; (GREEN SEAL PAINT : will go further, wear longer, look better, and actually save the consumer 15 to 25$ on a Job of painting. ron salc ar IK f ,V L L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, and li. vr 5. fKUITT, Moreland, erful the little ona's stomach. Any mother who will take the trouble of ending' her name and addreta can obtain a free sample bottle ot a remedy that thousands of other mother are uitac and now paying for,. This remedy Dr. Caldwell's Syrup. Pepsin, and the offer ot a free trial botile li opn to any mother who nas not yet used It. Having- used It and convinced yourself, that It U what tou want, you can obtain It la the future of your drusxlst at fifty cents had one dollar a bottle, lust as so maay oincre are aoin. me iree sample Deiaa simply to convince you of Ka merits., B la the beat war to begin oa.K. Mrs. L. Davis of 1ST .W. Harrison street. Cnloiaa and Mr. Mary Blford. 1T10 Coke street. Louisville. Ky.. both started wlt a free ample and now they wrlta. that, they nave never seen wuaoui ,a- Botusi ta um sslns Knit sl It Is undoubtedly aPcreat family' m all ags. betas; edr. as It its adapted-to- , rasa ana. pieuiani 10 iaa,e ana. yet isom oufMy efTrcttve. It Is especially the Ideal remedy fpr children' and women and old folks, who need something- - pure, mild and natural. It has the advantage of being a thorough laxative and yet contains lonle properties. Uso It for the most stubborn constipation. Indigestion, liver trouble, sick headache, sour stomach and such complaints with a guarantee that It will cure. Pr. Caldwell personally will be pleased to Klve you any medical advice you may desire for yourself or family pertaining- - to the stomach, liver or bowels absolutely free of charge. 1 xplaln your case In a letter and he will reply to you In detail. Vor the free sample simply send your name and address on a postal card or otherwise. Por either request the doctor's W. H. Caldwell, R.SWCal4. addr.se I Dr. MoaticsUo. III. well building, 1 v 1 Stocks and! Bonds Farm nnd Town Property Handled' on Communion. Sold. If you Have Property to Sell or Rent Notify Us. Write for Circular to What mother is not looking (or something that will help her children In the- little ills of life, something for the stomach trouble and the bowel trouble f Long ago she probably has become convinced that a .. child cannot readily swallow a pill or a tablet, and that to "break them in half and crush them" is an annoy, anee; that usually they work too drastl, The Winning Feature of The c&lly, anil are nauseating; and too pair, (or FrM Child's - Remedy L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky ". 'M s OVERLAND CAR Is Its Simplicity Anyone Can Learn to Run it For it Operates on Only Three Gears. igfer gtiK U s lhc Auto ' 1 or a the Fami,y for any GIrl or Wonan can Run it as Easily as a an. Just Let us Prove this to You. ' C. P Cecil, Walter Dunn Phone us Fpr Free Demonstration, acnts. Danville, Ky. S tjf'