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Digital page images are linked to the text file. e r minFOEV 11II iPIM u S r5i csxic TowFrv wv M ws- tI t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL J1I VOLUME XXXVII STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY TUESDAY JULY 6 1910NOHERMAN BELL MEETS- HORRIBLE FATE HEAD 13 COMPLETELY SEVERED FROM BODY BY A Q d C FREIGHT TRAIN Herman Dell a young whlto Innn of Wnyucsburg was killed nt Kings Mountain at an early hour SundlY morning by a freight Iran Us head being severed from his body lu company with a brother the deceased had gone to the depot with UIU Intention of Jumping the first train that came along and riding to hll home nt Waynesburg They Ilad waited but a low minutes when n freight came In and Herman Dell nt tempted to board It Tho traIn Wns 1waking rather fast time and he mllll cd his footing and fell beneath the truck HIs brother tried to rescuo him but ono car had passed over the unfortunate man before anything could be done and death was main Uueoutf Herman Bell was about ZG years or age unmarried and had but recent moved with his parents Into the WtI nuaburx section where his body w1lS taken for the Interment which occurred there Monday afternoon The verdict of Coroner George 1 Bright jury was In substance tbl1t tho killing was tho result of tho boY1 own recklessness and that tho rail road company was In no way tot blame t Arm Cut Off by Car J STANFORD BOY BADLY CRIPPLE BY BIG FOUR TRAIN O D Murphy a former Btanfoi j boy and son of Mr W L Murph of this city ant who married Mlu Uesslo Martin of this city was si vcrcly Injured on the Rig Four rat road Dear Wabasb Indiana a hort tlmo ago He Is a brakeman on tho Big Four A Wabash paper describe the accident In which the young nUln lest bis right arm as follows O D Murphy a Big Four brake In n waf frightfully Injured white on a htpfuV Nortk Manchester Wednei day evening and as a result hehal lost his right arm the member being amputated at the shoulder Murphy was on what is known Ithe pickup run which works b tween this city and Elkhart over night tearing Wabash late In the aft ernoon At North Manchester tho l4 crow engaged In switching for some time and then resumed the run north Just asthe train was pulling out of tbe t town Murphy started down a side ladder of a stock car to look after uomo stock and the grip bar clthe pulled out or Murphy lost his footln and fell to tho track Realizing tba ho was In great danger the brakcma had enough presence of mind to VUlh himself from the car but In railing to tho ground his arm went under the wheels Tho right arm was horribly mangled from tho fingers to the elbow and It was Impossible to save tho member Murphy arose Just as the train passed hIm and he waved his left ham at the rear brakeman who was on top of tho train Releasing the air thi train was stopped and tno Injurer man was assisted to the caboose The engine was cut off and coupled to thi atboose bringing Murphy to this city lie was taken to the hospital where his arm was amputated Just below the FFabormlder This morning Murphy li re as well an could be expected 0and tho physicians state that unless complications arise he will recover fMurpbY has been working on the Dig alour three weeks having comet from his homo at Stanford Ky I Ills wife was notified of the accident j at once and arrived In Wabash over I tile Big Four this afternoon t Several Companies GET CONTRACTS TO FURNISH COUNTY SCHOOL BOOKS lhe Text Book Commission for Lin coin county met hero on Juno 23th I and adopted books to be used In tho nigh Scrbals of tho Lincoln county for tho next four years Contracts wore made with tho American Book Company Gina Company D C Heath Company D Appleton s Company Col P W GrInstead was before the commission on behalf of the American Company Stomach misery gas and indiges 4ytlon are promptly relieved and per manently cured with Mlona Stomach Tablets 50o at Pennys Drug Store on money back plan w WHATS THE MATTER WITH STANFORD TOLD BY EVANGELIST DANIELS MEETING WILL PROBABLY END TCNIOHT Tho revival services which haw been In progress at the Baptist church will probably close after the EVANGELIST J C DANIELI services tonight Interest hay grown lu the services the attendance haa been good and earnest sermons hit o had an earnest hearing by the peopl At three oclock Sunday ufternoc tho church was well filled to hear the lecture on Ben ifur Just before the lecture The Holy City was sung by Miss Winnie Davis Ulbb In n deal- sweet voice she rendered the sel tlon to the delight of everyone preset Mrs Daniels narration of Ron Wa laces Tale of the Christ WAS can else vivid and Inspiring For more than an hour tho speaker held bls Audience to the thrilling experience In the life of Den Hur and fired their hearts to emulate the noble principle In Judahs liferHo held thlit th throwing of Arlus signet Into tho 101 meant more In Ben Hufn llfo than anything connected with the charts race Asked hisoptnlonetStanford fmon a religious standpoint the evangelli said Stanford has many good people and quite a number of noble huinolt faithful followers of Jesus Christ However since you expect the truth I will tell 1L Pride love of money love of worldllncss and prejudice have combined to sap the spirituality or your town Christian pretension which has not been lived out in dollr walk has weakened the real Chrlci Ju Influence Gambling around a stylist card tnblo In n fashionable parlor Is every whit as bad In Gods eyes II that of the black leg professional In the back of some dive I fear toe that there are people hero who woul do much more for time sake of theli church than they would do for Jesus ChristLecture on Civic Righteousness At the request of a number of thc citizens of Stanford and vicinity Mi Daniel bas consented to dultvor his lecture on Civic Righteousness befor leaving the city The Christian church Inn been secured and the lecture will lo given tomorrow Wednesday night at eight oclock The lecturer 111 interest every cluzeu of the com aunlty and everybody Is Invited Noble Young Man BROTHER OF MRSR M NEW AND PASSES AWAY The sad news was received here oat week of the death ut Loal lll of Thomas A Elkin brothpr of Mrs rti Newland rf this city which oc dId Atfl H nor f tube osia on Wednesdai eveng He w th IIIt son of Mr v Mrs Ived In Garrard county nnd worked In the Interior Journal olllce years ago Mr Elkin was Just In the prime ot young manhool and his death came as- a great shock to his host ot friends aull loved ones He held a responsible position with tho TlnsleyMayer En raving Company Besides his par nts and his sister Mrs Newland he l a Burvlved by two brothers W Leo ilkln and Walter B ElSin The remains ot tho young nftm were laid to rest In Cave 11111 cemetery aft er funeral services at the Clifton ChrIstian church of which hu way a member Induced by violent exercise or Injury is quickly relieved by the free ipllcatlon of Chamberlains Llnl tent This liniment is equally vnlua lq for muscular rheumatism and al rays affords quick relief Sold ijy Uj- L Penny POPULAR COUPLEWED DANVILLE JAMES T MENEFEE CLAIMS MISS JEAN WARREN AS HIS BRIDE ON SATURDAY There was much pleasant lurj1rllle occasioned last Saturday when James T Mcnefeo second son of Mr aOlI Sirs 1 N Mencfce of this city was united In marriage to Miss Jean Warren daughter of Mrs William War tell and a niece ot the late Judge n C Warren of this city Tho young couple had kept the tjippy secret well nnd only a few of their relatives and closest friends knew of the forthco m Ingjsvent and were present The ceremony was solemnized at tho handsome home of the bride iii Danville Rev J T Hosklns pastor at tho Baptist church of ttfV city off elating Immediately afterward they lest for a bridal tour to northern re sorts dud returning will make their home In Danville out of which A- Menofee Ir will travel for the Sherwin i Williams Paint Company of which 110 is tho southern representative Mr Menefee Is one ot the most POll lor boys ot Stanford and will be most heartily congratulated upon winnIng such n splendid woman for his wlCe She Is very well known here havli frequently visited her cousins and Is universally beloved and admired Among those woo went over Cram here for the wedding were Mr and Mrs J N Menefee Judge and Mrs E Sr Ritchie of Mineral Wells Texa JudlJl J R Menefee Jr Mr Geori llenefee Misses Jennie Nell and Jo lephine Warren In Far Off Canada KENTUCKY BRIDE IS HANDSOME LY ENTERTAINED The Rosalind Canada Miner has its Item ot a handsome entertainment iveh there in honor rMr C C eeteof Davenport Wash and bls ride who was Miss Margret Living stan ot Crab Orchard before the redding a few weeks ago Claude Leete of Davenport Wash ton ot Mrs A T Colll3 of Rossland nd his bride have met with a true lossland welcome during their slay here Mrs Collis holds a receptioi In their honor today and they have al 10 been most pleasantly entertained b1 Superintendent and Mrs Ami lurnctt at their handsome home ot lho Josle mine Just above the city Irs Claude Leete is a Kentucky lady ond Mrs Burnett too belongs to one or the oldest colonial families ot the south both In Kentucky nnd Virginia seedless to say the two southerners had much In common and a delightful time was spent by the visitors PREACHING AT HUBBLE Rev Samuel Pittman will preacb at- the Hubble Christian church Sunday the 10th at 11 oclock AM and 73 P M Everybody Invite- dParksville Mrs Jack Minor ot Bradfordsvllle Is visiting Mrs J D Minor Mr 8 S Caldwell of Louisville Ms a guest at his son Dr J E Caldwell bins Annie Parks Is visiting her brother TI 1 Durham at Lebanon Mr John Walls is at OlympIA Springs taking the treatment for rheumatism Mrs Carlisle T Cleland Is vlslUng her rn- tber J F Gregory at Springfield Mrs Mary Bower and Mrs Bottle Caldwell tended the funeral ot Mrs John A- Uower at Paris last week Benjawtn illlng sold to Mr Wilson of Render lion a twoyearold Gambetto Wilkes cold for 2BO John W Webb shipped III car of hogs from Mltchellsburg last week for which he paid 8i c Prof- Jack Wilson of Bradfordsvllle Is vis lUllB H O Cozatt He will teach this ear at Lebanon Junction Messrs Luther Underwood and wife of Danville and W H Rlgney ant family of Stant- orcJ were guests of Mr and Mrs J T idervCood last week W S Rose o- Cthis city is holding down a good tele graph Job at Arlington Tenn When the stomach tails to perform Its functions the bowels become do longed the liver and the kidneys cun sested causing numerous diseases 10 stomach ana liver must be roster ed to d healthy condition and wham berlnlns Stomach and Liver tablets CAr hI depended upon to dp H Easy- taketo and most effective Sold bY O L Pennya MUST PAY STATE LIQUOR UCENSE IS ATTORNEY GENERALS OPINION ON SELLERS OF MALT MEAD DRINKS ETC IAs a result of an opinion banded by Attorney General Dreathltt I at Frankfort last week the vendors of Malt Mead Cream of Hops Near Deer and other such drinks In Kentucky will have to pay the state liquor 11 cense of f250 for It Is hold that sucu beverages do not come under thl head of soft drinks Inasmuch all they contain a certain per cent of ill cobol A number of dealers in Stnn ford and Lincoln county will behard bit by this ruling which It is said the Auditor Intends to instruct tho Icounty clerks to rigidly enforce Attorney General Breathltt holds that In local option territory alcohol drinks can not be sold under the soft drink license The opinion says This department has Just recehd n communication from A A Hazel rlgg clerk ot Montgomery County Court stating that be has an appltc tlon for license to sell Malt Mead or Near Beer He states that it is claim cd this drink can be sold under sott drink license by reason ot tho allege fact there Is such a small or una preclablo amount of alcohol In san that it should come under this head- Ing This department has passed upon this matter finally to tho effet that drinks may not be sold under the wit drink license that could produc Intoxication As local option tern tory increases in extent In this state It Is reasonable to anticipate that ei Ipavor will be made to place such rinks as are described before the jubllc and In such a way as to sub- Ject those who may Indulge In then to no sort of social condemnation mad Its alleged Innocence will actually prove more pernicious to the youni It allowed than the open saloon Into which the same people might never hlnk of going Until either the law or the highest court makes a dlstinc ion authorizing the sale of matt bev imgea containing alco1otu wll1be tbe ruling tot this department that they arejrallowable under a sot drink license having that appreciable uantlty at all events in them ac rould create even In large quantltle ony degree ot intoxicatio- nIncreases Capital GOSHEN TELEPHONE COMPANY SPREADING OUT Amended articles of Incorporation hovo been filed by the Goshen role hone Company df this county with the County Clerk and the Secretary of Slate as required by law increasing the capital stock of the company frou 400 to 1750 It is understood that the company intends branching out over a considerable additional area oC territory and that the capitalization Is Increased to meet this and other xpcnse of improvement Articles ot Incorporation have beet lied with the Secretary ot State at rankfort ot the Lancaster Hospital inrrard county with a capital of 14 000 the Incorporators being J E tormes Banks Hudson and W R oook Articles were also filed for the Mad Ison Mutual Investment Company ol Ichmond with a capital of 110000 and Thomas H Broaddus J Sr Hatha- WAY and IL B Haley incorporators BOWMARS SUMMER TOURS Write to Bowmars Tours Versailles Ky for folders giving details ant- cost bt Bowmars ideal personally inducted tours to Niagara Falls Toronto Buffalo and Cleveland with Une lake steamer trips Tuesday Aug 2 and to Atlantic City New York itlaleiphla nnd Washington Thursday Aug llth lhgh Class accom adatlons Select parties Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets gently stimulate the liver and bowels to expel poisonous matter ceanse the system cure constipation and sick headache Sold by U L Penw r Kings Mountain- The farmers will soon have their- work caught up If the good weather ntlnuesMr ordDlsbon and Miss Pearl Reynolds were married Sunday at Dr- Goks at Highland Mr Fountain Sweeney is visiting here and the attraction Seems to be- n young lady at Goochtown JEFFRIES FAILS TO- uCOME SAC COLORED FIGHTER MAKES CHOP PING BLOCK OF HIM IN 15th ROUND rJllck Johnson the colored chainpl clinched his title to the worlds cham pionshlp of the pugilistic arena wben he decisively defeated the great retired champion James J Jeffries In 15 rounds at Reno Nevada on tbo Fourth of July While Jeffries was not Actually counted out he was saved only from this crowning humiliation by his friends pleading with Johnson not to hit the fallen man again and the to el was brought Into tile ring from bls corner At the end ot thertrteenth round Referee Tex RIckard raised th black arm and the great crowd fited out glum and silent f Jeffries was dragged to bds comer bleeding from nose and mouth and 1- 1w dozen cuts on his face He had n block closed eye and swollen features and he held his head In his hands dazed and Incoherent Johnson walked out of the ring without n mark on his body excellt a slight cut on his lip which was the opening of n wound received In train IngRing experts agree that It was not even a championship fight Jeffrii tad a chance In the second round erhaps but after the sixth It was plaIn that ho was weakened and oul leased In every point and after tho let enth round it was hopeless- It was the greatest demonstration the ring has ever seen ot the fallui oC a fighter to come back after year or retirement The youth and sclenc or the black man made Jeffries look like a green man The great Jeffrie was like a log The reviled Johnso was like a black panther beautiful In his alertness and defensive tactics Tbe fifteenth round started with a clinch after Jeffries had failed to lama the body Johnson then tore loose lnd before the spectatnis were prepared for the finish he had gent Je- Cries down with lightning 11ke left and Igbt blows to the Jaw Jeffries reeled and tell halt way through the rope on tho West side ot the ring Thoa near him saw that he had lost sense oC his surroundings and that the faces at tho ringside were a blur to hit His time had come He was feelln whnt he had caused others to reel n the days ot his youth and power Johnson came over to the spot am stood poised over his adversary hl 1I0dY ready for a left hook If Jeffrie regained his feet Jim Corbett who twice had gone down before Jeffries blows and w po bad stood in Jeffries corner all dui IR the fight telling Johnson what 1- 1fool he was and how he was In for the greatest beating ot his life now ran ror ward with outstretched arms crying 3h go back dont hit him 1 Jeffries painfully raised himself to- his feet His laws had dropped hili eyes were nearly shut nnd his face was covered with blood With trembling legs and yielding arms he tried to put up a defense But he could not stoll a terrlfflc right smash in the Jaw followed by two left looks He went down again Jeffries physician and other friends jumped into the ring Stop It they cried Dont put thp old fellow out Sam Berger Jeffries manager ran atong the ring calling to Bob Armstrong Bring that towel you know what I mean dont let him get bV Front Johnsons corner his second were calling to him to quit Then the feree stopped the timekeeper and It was all over CHIEF JUSTICE FULLER DEAD Chief JustIce Melville W Fuller or e United States Supreme Court died or heart failure at his Summer home In Sorento Me Monday morning The death of the chief justice was entJelY unexpected as he bad been In apparently good health lately Sunday he attended church as usual and- when he retired last night was to all pearances In his customary health Ho was a democrat and appointed to the Supreme bench by Cleveland feethlng children have more or- less diarrhoea which can be contrail cd by giving ChamnerlatnB Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy All- tbat is necessary is to glvo the prescribed does after each operation ur- the bowels more than natural lid- then castor oil to cleanse the 8yntem It is sate and sure Sold by G L- Penny LINCOLN COUNTY NEGRO PARDONEDt MR OWSLEY INCEDES WITH OVERNOR IN ALEX RICES s BEHALF On a pardon from the governor Alex Rice a Lincoln county Negro was released from the penitentiary at Frank fort Saturday after having served J a sentence of 1G years on a man slaughter charge He was sentenc ed for 21years A dispatch to the city papers says that John Sam OweIley who prosecuted the Negro In Lin cola county went before the Governor and urged that the punishment had been sufficient considering the nature of the crime lie said he thought 15 years was lent enough for tho man to server Thj njiplieatlou forI the pardon was endorsed by ninny citi zens of Lincoln county and they Nero had a good record at the prleuu Rice was convicted of killing a Negro in the Deep Well woods irear Crab Orch and Crab Orchard Wins IN BALL GAME WITH BRODHEAD EAST END NEWS Crab Orchard July 4 The Crab Orchard and Brodhead base ball teams crossed bats on last Saturday week on the local grounds resulting in a victory for the home team by the score ot 19 to 2 Mr H E Lane and Miss Helen Lewis a young couple from Somerset were united in the holy bonds of matrimony on June 29th at 11 oclock- A M at the King Hotel by Rev K NooksI Mrs W H Sharp of Mid the latter being nee MIs3 Nan ole Pleasants arrived last Satur lay to visit her father Mr Joe Pleas ants and family Mrs bSarp was for aerly one of our Crab Orchard girls raving been born and raised here lie developed into a fine Christian woman with a practical knowledge oC- Ufo She secured a position In Mid llesboro and met Mr Sharp while here We congratulate him on secure OR her as his helpmeet for lite and wish for them a future filled with hap ilneaa We read with much Interest ot the marriage of Miss Georgia Lewis and Ir CharlesKeeton in your last issue Her Crab Orchard friends were not so much surprised It seems as her Itanford friends as she revealed the act to us while visiting here a month ago We at that Ume expressed our deep feeling for her happiness In tho new life she anticipated entering Into and we want to reiterate what we said then that we trust all her present expectations may be fully reallz ed and unalloyed happiness may fill heir Ivea We send conglatulatlons to her husband and we are confident he feels proud of the treasure he has won Rev J F Jones ot London visited his son Dr L T Jones and assisted levP N Taylor in the services at the Baptist church last Sunday Mrs JF Holdam Is attending the series of meetings at Stanford and la the guest ot Mrs E P Woods Miss Ida May Adams of Mt Vernon entertained her house party with an outing to the Crab Orchard Springs lost Thursday and Friday Miss Sue Beth James of Lauderdale Slssris visiting Mrs J F Holdam and will be the guest ot her many rel tines here for several wocksSb s nag very charmingly a solo at tho hristian Endeavor last Sunday even lug Capt and Mrs J B Willis went over to Richmond to attend the burial or his brother Wm Willis who died 13St week He was 85 years of age nnll was one of the pioneer settlers or Madison county Lewis Butcher the little son of frs Sallle Butcher died last Sunday morning niter an Illness of only n few hours The infant son of Mr and Mrs J G RlcJllIe Is Quite sick For rent one furnished upper room also a stable and corn cribs apply to hs Hannah L Steger For sale several pieces of house ho1 furniture including a piano and desk suitable for an office five or six ether beds also Mrs Hanah L egor Strother Carter ot Lebanon Junction Is visiting hIs grandparents Mr- and Mrs Curtis Cover S j J I gipA E TWO THE INTERIOR JOURNAL TUESDAY JULY 5 1910 C 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1872rEVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At II Per Year In Advance sHELTON SAUFLEYPublishrl Enteed at the Post Omce at Stan mallpr Desha Brecklnrldgo of the Lexington Herald who Is much tnoro of n mugwump than a Democrat decUnei to support Campbell CantrlH for Con tress In the Seventh an the Demo cratlc nominee We may agree with oU the distinguished editor tnyi 1on some of the questions Involved but the essenm of democracy Is rule ot the majority When the majority fcnE spoken vru are always willing to abide by the result We believe lr f the losers taxing their medicine like j little men and come up shouting for more If that spirit would always hold In the ranks of the democracy OB it always does with the rernioilcani for whoever heard of a republican bolting vihy we would win lots more Tictories than we do r Tired of life at 17 years William Edwin Shikle a clerk Swallowed o quanUty of morphJne at Memphis f Tenn and died within a short while l My life has been a complete failure the youth explained In a note I have met defeat at every turn I have fail ed miserably sIn a letter to the Secretary of the Republican Club of Utica N Y Col Roosevelt requested that a movement to have him nominated for governor be stopped as it would be an absolute Impossibility for him to accept Now that the flats carnival at Reuo Is over Roosevelt will get on the front rages of the big dallies again j ITCH RELIEVED AT ONCE That terrible itch disappears with the First Drope of a simple compound of oil of wintergreen thymol and glycerine mixed fop D D Prescription This soothing healing lotion used external ly kills theecemagerminstantJy Heretofore the D D D remedy has been Bold only in 1 bottles bat as a special offer any sufferer In this town who his never tried D D D can now try this remedy in a special bottle at 25c It cures the ittch instantly We know this Sold byShuganr Tanner ITS GOOD TO REFLECT well before going ahead with that new plumbing work Better yet it will be for you to consult us as to the Wed of plumbing you require We can show you exactly the best means j of accomplishing your purpose at the lease possible expense We cannot advise you as to poor plumbing We are not risking peoples health for a J few dollars W K WARNER Phone 188 Stanford Ky k Theres a Difference l If your Walls are Artistically Decorated the HOUSE becomes a HOME and HENRY BOSCH COMPANYSNovel Collection o- fWALLPAPERS Win work the change at an ex pence much more moderate than can be secured elsewhere A postal card will bring the Sm pie Hooks to your residence where examination can be made et your leisure without thq slightest obll gallon to purchase JAME5 MUNDY Painter nd Pap e rhanser Stanford ffffffffffffffffffffffffffPROFESSIONAL CARDSifoffofofffffoofffoooeoor W W BURGIN DENTIST Office at Residence CRAB ORCHARD KY DR T W PENNINGTON Dentist Hours 83012 A M and 1 to 430 P M office Myers House Flats Stanford Ky DR W N CRAIG Oculist and opticiAn Office over H J RcRoberts store Stanford Ky J P CHANDLER Auctioneer- I will conduct kind of sales In Lincoln and surrounding counties II you want good for land or stock see me Stanford RDNol 1 M H JOHNSON Auctioneer- I will conduct sales in this and surrounding counties Satisfaction guaranteed Stanford RDNol PRESSED STANDING SEAM GAL VANIZED ROOFING Large uantlttas Carried in Stock EADS TIN SHOP Stanford Phone 114 STRING cleaners can secure the finest paper in the world to go under carpets matting etc at the very lowest price at the INTERIOR JOURNAL office Also lots of nice clean papers for shelves etc Skin Diseases Readily Cured By a Simple Home Remed If you are suffering from any form of skin or scalp disease would you like to get prompt relief and be permanently cured by a clean liquid preparation for external use Mr G L Penny the druggist baa this remedy in stock and wants his customers to know that it is recommended for Eczema Blackheads Pimples Dandruff Tetter and other diseases of the skin and scalp Zemo has made some remarkable cures and with each purchase of Zemo Mr Penny will give you a booklet on akin disease and you cab diagnose your own cue and be cured in your own home without any Inconvenience or loss of time from business by this clean simple prepara tion ARTISTIC shades in our ready nixed colors For durablity and uniform high quality they are unequalled Talk all you like about good paints Then do a little actual painting with a small sample from our stock nd watch results Youll satisfy yourself that you can buy no better apaint for the money anywhere Let our paint talk J A ALLEN Stanford Ky Spring Summer Stock naretyour measure taken by a tailor of ex perlence Then your clothes whether low price business suit or the finest evening clothes will have that individuality which plainly Indicate they were andntIyonrlmeasnre I will also take your ore tor extra trousers fancy vests totcoats and overcoats SprIng and Summei samples on band ready for your Inspection Ill O RUPLEYTheTailorAtanrord NOTICE The white teachers Institute will be held at Stanford in the Graded School building July IMG All teachers con templating 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 rCIICE TO SHAREHOLDERS OF LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK At a meeting of the directors of this bank at its banking house in Stanford Ky on June 18 1910lt was resolved that a meeting of the shareS holders be called to meet on Tuesday July 26 1910 at its banking office in Stanford Kyto vote on the propo anion to amend the articles of associa tion of this bank as follows FirstTo Increase capital to100 COO and to authorize the directors to set price of new stock SaenndToi- ncrease the number of directors to fllftcen W M Bright Cashier AUTOMOBILES SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES I AGENTS FO- RFlanders 20 750 E M F 30 1250 Haynes I 2000Baker Electric 2000 to 4000Studebaker Garford 4ooo to 6000 If interested Phone us Bell 24 and we will gladly give you t demonstrationDanville Coal CoDanville Ky glllGrrUd i Tl I4 rrvn WHERE WE RECOMMEND AN ARTICLE IT IS BE CAUSE OF THE QUALITY OF THE CONTENTS OF THE CAN OR PACKAGE- IF YOU WANT PRETTY PICTURES GO TO AN ART DEALERIF WANT THE BEST GROCERIES FOR YOUR TA DLE COME HERE TRY OUR NEW CAKE FOR Y OUR TABLE W H HIGGINSSta- nford Kentucky Barn Lumber For Sale 120000 feet of Boxing Sheeting and Frame Lumber for Barn Pat terns which I will sell for cash or trade for Corn Hay or good Horses and Mules Prices on this very rea sonable for I Wart to sell Write me at once Respectfully- C J SIPPLE London Ky THOUGH YOU ESCAPE 1 WITH YOUR LIFE what good IS It it a fire leaves you penniless You are not as young as you used to be Starting over again to make a Home will be a dishearten log struggle Let us Insure you so that such n possibility may be ren dered Impossible Think of your wile as well as yourself You should get Insured on her account anyway Fish Pennington Stanford Ky Phone 200 UrrrrnwtIIIIIIuga B YOU GET THE BESTOF BARGAIN when you buy our Baughmans Fancy Patent No J Flour at our price Judg fug by comparison our flour is worth more than we ask for It Buy a sack and we know you will agreo with us Especially when you see bow far our Baughmans Fancy Patent No 1 flour goes and how much better are your bread cakes and pastry J H Baughman Co A W CURD AUCTIONEER Burgin Hentuclty I am a of Jones National School of AuctioneerChleagoand have had ex Block perlence In the Chicago big where weteoldsome thoroughbreds at as 11600 Also In horse sules where poo sales were made each day Auctioneering li a science and I have studied It with this idea See or phone me before you arrange for your can wake aleetoyourudvantsge PRONE 261 Bring Your Produce To Us We hose opened a produce Howe on SOB enet sheet end will pay Ux h sheet market price for all kinds ol tawdry produce Dray ui your std M 0 BAST1N h CO- Seaford Ky BLACKSMITHING I Urine yonr Blackimitblng and general repair work to me lions shoeing 1X1cI oppositePhllllps Stanford Ky- J JLBeazleyCoJ Undertaken and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture Mat DgsRugs They I willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices RightI STANFORD KENTUCKY CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I J I can famish the puunc with the beat well at the freshest of cut flowers plants aaIall kinds bulb potted flowers on notice Alto make a specialty of for for funeral purpose In connection with the above I have all kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prices OnRISTMA amsEN HOUSES RD RVllBAKDIIIORIUanlrd J J BELDEN For house carriage and sign painting deco rative paper banging trimming of all kinds such all tops recovered curtains and boots made stopover Aldrldgesblnck smith shop West Muln at Stanford Ky Phone No oSJ J JBELDEN W Aa TRIBBLEFurniture nod Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 StanrordHentu y LS N TIME THBLE No 22 South 1I12 PIII No 7tl South 1046 A x No S4 North 440 A x No KB North 649 r x No 27103 A No JII to P x JOS 8 DICE Agent MASONS MEET l Lincoln Lodge No 00 Ft A M will meet in stated communication on each first and third Monday nights of each month at 780 oclock In their hall on main strceet Stan lord Ky Members of sister lodges are fra ternally Invited to be presentT W Pen nlni ton B- ecHarry JacobsDealer In Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monuments Marker and Poets Cemetery and Lawn Vases and Settees Office and works Mo Kinney Ky li fN v I I I 1 t DreeU I i t GGOOQO You Are Never Well Dressed Withput a Genteel Becoming Hat The size and shape of a mans face should control the style of his hat Fullshaped i Panamast f V v J QDu Stetsons I at350 and 5 for the larger and older men Yachts Stiffs and smallshaped soft hats in the fancy colors atl to 4 are the things for the young men We can suit allaes ands iz l t llrrlfF G H J McROBERTS o 000 G L Penny R II Coney E R Coleman Ice Cream lola ator- Fhophatoi Grape Juice And a Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky CONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of con cretlng as Work nementl- and In fart WU can make from II boose down to a fence post We can nerve 00 and guarantee llr tclni prlonbelore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Detroit Vapor 1 The Latest InIOIL STDVES J I Absolutely Wickless NoAs bestos No Cotton Wicks JlEiThe Very ThlnglfprC Summer Cooking Makes life in the kitch en endurable in hot OEO weatherII I When Hungry GO TOtI I Carsons Restaurant Lancaster Street 1 Stanford K IIIJIBeatmeal Cooking to suit our cnstomersonrspeclalty Splendid Groccrlesf1Rot Coffee Sandwiches pleiTButter milk and sweotmllketoatall times W Aa CARTON Prep I tTUESDAY JULY G 1910 A L rUM lTERIOR TOUJtNjJJiii w r w I PAGE TURK n ITXOVT AN proioor I It may look unbusiness like to some merchants to sell such desirable goods at a loss right at the beginning of Summer season but we believe it is in perfect harmony with sound business principles to hold these semiannual unloading sales The accumulations of broken lots and short lengths must be sold this is our method and now is the I time to do it Therefore we have no apology to make for this feast of bargains to our host of customers in this and surrounding vicinity who have learned to look and wait for this stores great sales Those who have attended our former sales know that every article and every price Is as represented In this ad In addition to the cut prices mentioned we will give a reduction of ten per cent on any article In this store We are not professional ad writers and have to depend on facts aad figures to get yon to our store Below you will find the articles and prices This Great Sale Begins ThursdayJuly 7 Continues 12 Days Closing JULY 20th f I 0000000000000 a f1ST o MENS 500 BALBRIGGAN 0 M SHIRTS AND DRAWERS39c- S 0 MENS 150 SOFT SHIRTS WITH COLLARS 89cs 0 MENS 150 SILVER BRAND igj FCOLLARS 8c MENS 3 PATENT OR TAN 0 LOW SHOES H95 0 MENS 150 CANVAS SHOES 89c MENS 25c SUSPENDERS 15o e LADIES 8c BLEACH VESTS4cL- ADIES 0 10c BLEACH VESTS j TAPE NECK AND ARMS 7c i ODDS AND ENDS IN CHIL DRENS GAUZE VESTS AND PANTS regular price up to 025o lOc 4 PAIR LADIES BLACK OR 0TAN HOSE 10c kind for25eIfLADIES BLACK SILK HOSE LISLE FOOT 43c 100 YARDS LINWEAVE SHEER WHITE GOODS the 25c dnd17c ff SPECIAL DISCOUNT 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT ON ALL WASH SKIRTS THESE ARE RIGHT NEW GOODS JUST IN AND VERY SEASONABLE CENT DISCOUNT ON ANY FNEW WISH SUIT 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT ON ANY TAILOR SUIT ffRIBBON BARGAINS 200 YARDS ALL SILK 3INCH RIBBON IN WHITE PINK o BLUE AND BLACK WORTH 12c atSe1F 200 YARDS ALL SILK 2 RIBBON IN WHITE PINKe BLUE AND BLACK 18c KIND AT 10c g 50 YARDS BLACK 6INCH HAIR j RIBBON the SOc kind at 18c W I SHIRT WAISTS 50WHITE WAISTS 125 to 150 VALUES ONLY 89co 500 YARDS 10c QUALITY DRESS F GINGHAMS 634c 0 o 500 YARDS FANCY DRESS 0DUCK 10c KIND 64c 0 300 YARDS SOc QUALITY CHIP 0FON SILK 39c 0 i 25 REMNANTS MATTING 5 TO 18 YARDS IN EACH PIECE AT 13 OFF THE REGULAR PRICE 9 i O ZI nn I O 000 O o O 0 0 0 0 OO ItfMgT l I It there is anything in our store you want now or soon better buy now and save 10 per cent- S Buy your thin dresses now at cut prices I We dont know how to get up a hurrah a sale but we do know how to put the knife into prices g Dont let the prospect ofa big crowd keep you away from these bargains for we will have plenty of help to wait on you To make your easier mark the items on this bill you wish to look at We have made a flying trip to the mar ket and picked up many bargains to add brillinacy to this sale many of which we have not room to mention here This surpasses all others in point ot quantity quality and variety of the mer chandise to be offered Better to sell them at a loss now for I cash than carry them over is our motto- S Dont forget about the 10 percent dis- countI on any article in our store not es 9 pecially priced in this ad 1 This means 1 American Lady corsets 90cany fine 3 shoes or Oxfords 270 I and so on through the house if We will have bargains during the en- tireI month of July but these special prices are good for the special 12 days sale only 0 Men dont overlook these low shoe bargains 1 No better goods made than those child I rens slippers at 48c and 95c I No goods laid away in this sale This sale is seasonable Right now you need such goods I Hundreas of articles in this sale are good for all the year around wH H r i i H tJi t7G Gn T Severance St Son 0 0000000000000000E 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT ON ANY WOOL SKIRT il 0 25 PAIR CHILDRENS BARE 2 FOOT SANDALS 500S0 60 PAIR BOYS SOLID TAN U GogG4t 100 PAIR CHILDRENS LISLE aft 4F HOSE regular price 25o 10c It100 PAIR CHILDRENS SLIP 0PERS 150 and 2 kind 95c g 100 PAIR LADIES SLIPPERS regular price up to 250 9c tto o 30 PAIR LADIES AND CHIL DRENS WHITECANVA3 SLIPPERS 480 100 YARDS IRISH CROCHET fBANDS 2 INCH AT 0a yd 4 NARROW HAM AND INSER 0BURGAEDGES 3o yd 500 YARDS VAL LACES AND 0a INSERTION 2o yd 300 DOZEN PEARL BUTTONS 0the 5c klnd2 dot 100 BOXES WIRE HAIR PINS the So kind 3e 0 500 PAPERS BEST PINS ths So kind 30 4t 500 PAPERS BEST NEEDLES the So kind 330 23 LADIES AND CHILDRENS Z UMBRELAS at 39c 0200 HUCK TOWELS at 7o 25 REMNANTS TABLE LINEN j 4 2 to 3 yards 39e yd w 4 50 YARDS RED AND WHITE CHECK TABLE LINEN at 15c yd 1 100 OAK CURTAIN POLES the MOc kind at 5e 0 10 YARDS fAST COLORED LAWN regulars price So yd for 28e 10 YARDS 21 INCH FINE lROif0 COTTON regular price Co gj G 10 YARDS BLUE GREY OR 0 RED CALICO regluar prlca 0 lJ Oc yard for 48o lr 0 10 YARDS APRON GINGHAM 0 regular price 6c yd for 4Qc flf 10 YARDS HOPE COTTON rag 0 ular price 10c yd for 79o W- fP 4 PAIR MENS TAN OR BLACK SOCKS reg price 10o pair for 25o 9 4 MENS POROUS KNIT UNDER 4J 4 SHIRTS AND DRAWERS 23c 4 MENS 500 ELASTIC SEAM 9 2 DRAWERS 39c O 0 Southeast Corner Main and Depot St STANFORD KY JOUR TUB INTERIOR JOURNAL TUESDAY JULY 6 1910 d i G TO Th59SLj5kj3t2sssft 7I 1 1 Lancaster1 T 1I Fair t JULY 1 27th 28thand f S 29th Ji t j 1 f 910TtE And See The Greatest1 forse And Mule Show Yft t In Kentucky j t 1 w- lPM lrtrV Y largest Assortment Of Free And Pay Attractions Ever Shown See Bongo i I t Catalogues at ThisOftice 1 1DoubleYour Profits by Using an INDIANA SILO II Ask any man who uses one 54 per cent of the food value of corn contained in the shucks cob leaves and stalk 40 per cent in the kaia therefore corn hand M the field loses 51 per cent total food value go is 95 per cent Why continue to waste theyJMM acres of corn and I 1 PracticalillilNlqader Also agent for the most shockingceptsaved by feeding through the haveINDIANA hotfeeds equipIIR R E GAINES AGENT II the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky ggjTAL 5000000 I fJtESURCES I 34000000 5000000 fcHSHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER jdtV PAXTON VICEHRBCAPENTER BOOKKEkPERESTER ASST CASH HAYS FOSTER CLERK- DIREOTOR9sf t wO Walker Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W CarterStanford4 John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T 0 Ran 1 kin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor f Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersvilie Lilburn CreektL IIIIIIII I HOME OF NEW AMERICAN OPERA I Cincinnati Music Hall pictured above will be tho scene of the fret production of the new popular romantic opera Paoletta especially written for the Ohio Valley Exposition and to be given Its first performance on Monday night Aug 29 on tho opening day of tho Exposition BOTH ACCEPT INVITATIONS President Taft and Gal Roosevelt at Ohio Valley Exposition OTHER NOTED MEN TO ATTEND Governor of Various States and Mayors of Cities of the Ohio Val ley Promise Support to the Enter prise and Express Their Intentions of Visiting Cincinnati During the Great Exposition Cincinnati O Special While no foreign potentates or visitors of royal birth have as yet announced their intention of attending the Ohio Valley Exposition which will be hold beentreceived from noted men of America to mako the absence of foreign nota bles felt not at all One of the flat promises to attend the Exposition from men of international reputation was received from President Taft who besides praising the objects for which the Exposition will be held declared his Intention of spending at least a week In Cincinnati during the time of tho progress of the big Indus tial enterprise Following the accept ance of President Taft came others from Governor Deneen of Illinois Governor Harmon of Ohio Governor Olaavcock of West Virginia Gover nor Marshall of Indiana Governor Patterson of Tennessee and GoyerJ nor Wlltson of Kentucky Later came assurances from all the mayors of the cities of the Ohio Valley promising their support to the enter prise and expressing their Intentions spendrWithin the past few days another trump card has been played by the Exposition In securing the promise of Former President Roosevelt to come to Cincinnati during the time of the Exposition Colonel Roosevelt Is do sirens of coming here for several rea sons It was his greatuncle NIcho- las Roosevelt who built tho first steamboat that navigated tho Ohio river she being launched just 100 years agoIn 1810 and It being par tlally In commemoration of this event that the exposition Is being held It also was In Cincinnati In 1902 that Colonel Roosevelt then president of the United States made his first public official declaration In favor of Improvement of inland wa terways a plan of conservation which has resulted among other things in the building of the Fern bank dam In tho Ohio river near Cincinnati tho completion of which also will be celebrated by the Exposition It Is expected that Colonel Roosevelt will spend several days In the city during the Exposition as the guest of his eon ln law Congressman Nicholas Longworth FAMOUS POTTERY MAY GIVE DEMONSTRATIONS Cincinnati OSpeclalEtrortsa- re being made to have the Rook famousrmodel In the Ohio Valley Exposition It is the boast of the Rookwood man agement that i produces no dupli cates that every piece of art ware produced by Its associates is an orig inal If this display la made It will show how the various kinds of vases and other pieces are fashioned and It Is believed that arrangements can can bo made by which prospective buyers may be allowed to place their autographs upon such pieces as they may select and have them decorated glazed and produced later on This practice has been pursued with a number of noted actresses and actors who bavo visited the Rookwood Pot teries including Mme Schumann Helnck Eleanor Robson Madame Modjeska E S Willard and others and It IB believed that it would add much to the attractiveness and general interest of tho ceramic display at the KxpotlHon i SOUTHS CORN EXHIBIT WILL CREATE FURORE One of the Big Features of the Ohio Valley Exposition Cincinnati O Special The general impression that tho Middle West has a monopoly on the raising of corn promises to receive Its YJub etus at tho Ohio Valley Exposition to be held In Cincinnati from Aug 29 to Sept 24 In assembling the Indus trials products and resources which will make up the Southern exhibit at the Exposition the representatives of the various railroads in the South are giving particular attention to securing examples of the South nat ural wealth of which the outside world knows little or nothing And working along this plan special efforts are being made to secure a large and classy exhibit of corn grown Ic various sections of Dixie with the idea of Impressing visitors to the Exposition that the South will grow anything that any other section can produce and in Just as high quality For some years the matter of experimenting with the growing of corn has been progressing in tho South with the result that experts now boldly announce that with proper application and the employment of uptodate methods of cultivation tho South can be made the greatest corn producing section of America Reports from the Department of Agri culture in Washington give Interest- Ing figures on this experimental work In South Carolina a boy de ting all his time and knowledge t corn planting and cultivating succeeded In raising 15214 bushels to the t e la a section where the average yield was but 16 bushels pu acre In VIr- gInia nearly 1000 acres were planted and cultivated under Improved methods with the result that an average yield of 41 bushels per acre was se cured In Alabama Mississippi Ten nessee Texas Louisiana and Arkan sas similar good results have been obtained by scientific cultivation so that it Is a reasonable estimate to make that 45 bushels to the acre can be secured with proper care and attention Many cotton planters are turning to other staples as part of their annual crops because of the blighting work of the cotton boll weevil and those who have taken up tho growing of corn are finding that It promises more than any other product The display of Southern grown corn at the Ohio Valley Exposition promises to be comprehensive and of excellent quality and thoee assembling this exhibit declare that It will compare In every way with the best examples that will be offered by growers of the Ohio Valley or the prairie states POWER BOAT OF CONCRETE NOW BEING CONSTRUCTED Cincinnati 0Special What probably will be the first boat built of concrete navigating by Its own power will soon be constructed in this city for use on the Miami and Erie canal during the Ohio Valley Exposition which opens Aug 29 and closes Sept J4 This boat will be built on plans devised on Information received from the United States War Department in regard to the construction of barges of concrete for use on the Panama canal work It has been found that barges of this kind can be constructed more economical ly than wooden barges and that they are Just as easily bandied as ordinary barges with the advantage that they can be more readily cleaned of Ma parasites than wooden barges The method of construction la similar to that employed in oroctlng concrete buildings In th ttbJt concrete la spread gver wire framework making a perfectly rigid and waterproof surface throughout- It Is planned to utilize this boat to tow pleasure barges also constructed of concrete on the canal during the Exposition the barges to be brilliant ly illuminated and each supplied with musicians a sort of continuous water carnival being thus inaugurated the beauty of which will bo augmented of tho canal and brilliant Illumination M Dissolution Sale OF CRAWFORD BROTHERS I ST LAMBERT JERSEY HERD r Consisting of iO high brxl registered catt1f j and six high grade cows THURSDAY JULY 14 1910 j 5 ftBeginningJ Every Jersey owned by the Crawford Brothers will be sold Thisfeludes the magnificent herl of pure St Lamberts reserved from r purchaslast j j t Also 1 nine horse power Hagan portable gasoline engine and one poIable Wilder Whirlwind ensilage and fodder cutter For catalogue writ j Crawford Bros LebanonI r FOR SALE 1 1 J Good dry oak lumber suitable fsbarn boxing Lumber piled at McKii ney and Moreland Ky at which poin we are closing our operations r Eor prices and terms write or pho Mr W T Earles Hustonville Age a Duhlmeier Brothers Cincinnati 0 1t FARMERS- I I s usual we are handling this sea son just what you need in RakesHarvesting J boggees4 will suit your pocketbook Better loofl at these before you buy r headquarterforthis part of Kentucky Come in f PENCEBROS F Stanford FIRST NATIONAL BANK 1ORGANIZED Safety4DepositOFFICER J S Hocker President- S TIHarris Vice President John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cashr W W SauadersBookkeeper 1 DIRECTOR F Reid J H Baughmau M D Elmore J M Pettus H C Baugbman J F Cummins 1- IS T Harris no C Rotjinsoa C Walton J S Rocker W H Murphy t RURAL TELEPHONES rr MR FARMER Make your homo as modern for your family as aie4residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotation iat any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service r which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is smallcompared with1 the benefits received Callor address our nearest office or write icadquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our specialHFari mere Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentuckyif Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the Southern of r and i Illinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL TEL CO IMCOKFOKATKD f t TUESDAY JULY 6 131oINTERIORJOURNAL PAGE FIVE =t 1 1 Ji i ih Mens Tan Low Shoes J In Correct Styles and Best Quality Regular 300 Shoes at 195 i Y Mens Patent Low Shoess lfIn High Grade Goods sold at 4 and S3 Take any at 295 Get your future needs out of this sale and save 81 to 82 t On Sale Monday 8AM 4 0 SEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky U i Iere is a now line of 2Sc box pa I erif special values at Pennja Drill Store w PERSONALS Will Wallace of New Albany Ind I WIth his little son la here with hiS Mother Mm Mary A Wallace I ailtelllMrs J L Jarvis and son Maurice are In Lebanon attending the Chau tauqui and rlsitlng relatives Mr Felix White and family visited Mf Jake White near Paint Lick Saturday and Sunder Prof Milton Elliott bead of one of- Lexlagtons largest schools was here r Saturday en route to Crab Orchard to 1 spend several days Elwood Tottcn who has been hold j Jug down a nice position In Luiington f for some time is at home for a short visit Mrs Julia HIggins and daughter Mrs Mary Donnelley and Harry and Willie lllgglns of Somerset ore visit ingMr and Mrs L C King at Hubble They spent the fourth with Dr J B Owslcy in town Prof S S Robinson the capable Huii ndtfrtlsing ratter for a clever i vial his pupil will give Friday tight at Alcorns Opera house Mrs Robert C Sautter of Parker Arizona Is the guest of her grandmother Mrs Evans at Danville Aft tr a short visit to her old home at lUrrodtburg she will come hero for a Visit to her husbands mother and brothers Mr and Mrs Will IWfe ore both vie Urns of the mumps Miss Zndn Zanone of Lancaster Is the guest of Miss May Traylor Bragg Thompson was made a Mae ter Mason at Crab Orchard last week T N Aldridge of Now Albany had Is the guest of friends and relatives 5 here for a few days Miss Sallle McWbbrter of CrabI Orchard has teen the pest of Mrs Margaret Bibb Elbert ferry of Noala Creek after ail extended trip through the state on business has returned hone Dr J 0 Carpenter went to Livings ton Sunday to deliver an antitubercu Joel address r and Mrs Bohon Campbell spent Aeveral days with relatives at Lan caster Prof J W Ireland Is in Williams burg this week conducting the Whit ley county teacberb Institute Insti tute begins here next week Mrs D C Snndldge of Lynchburg Va neo Miss Derda Martin Is visit lug her parents Mr and Mrs S H Martin at Mt Vernon Mrs Jalle Cooper and sister Miss Fannie Redd of Crab Orchard were with Misses Susie and Aba Thomp son at Mt Vernon last week Misses Georgia and Roso McFerron are guests of their sister Mrs W J Chlldress at Hustonville After n short visit they will go to Llokout Moun talu and the latter will go to Oklahoma where she is principal of a graded school Mr and Mrs J W Grimth and little grt ndson of Osccola Arkansas pas ed through hero Sunday to Crab Orch ird where they will spend some time Mr Griffith formerly lived In Lancas tel and was warmly welcomed by his aany Kentucky friends ooo oooooo 00 0- ik 0 Baileyst ttt gGornet l i e i Faded I l a g Buy our line of wool clothing They will not fade I Allwool Blue Serge Light F I 5 Crash Suit or a Light Qiiar SuittIIil Will Keep You Cool on 6 WI These Hot Days one it Your Summer Va S 9t cation Tripe 1 f I You Will Find Our Line 1 Full of Cool Clothes HOT WEATHER I jfjti 1 Cummins Wearen r t 6 0n OH US STANFORD KENTUCKY I Thisstoreisthehome ofHart Schaffner cSt Marx clothes J t jfcfcj t Men Celebrata the Glorious Gourth in a pair of Bargain Shoes We will close out our entire line of Low Shoes in Tan and Patent Leathern These are the Bidwell Forshelm makes Nothing better made to sell at 3 to 5 per pair Wo have decided to this space toa different line of goody and you can profit by this sale They are on the bargain counter In the center of our store and you can have your choice at 195 and 295 i or Mens L Wearen Hughes of Loulsvll spent the Fourth with tho home folks Mrs A II Severance is in RIch- mond for a two weeks visit to rela lives Mrs Thomas Taylor Wllhoyte of Richmond Va is the guest of Rev and Mrs J T Hosklns Mrs R L Davison and children a- Miss Minnie Straub went to Crab Or chard Monday to spend several day Mr and Mrs 8 P Buckner of Co Ington 0 have returned to their home after a visit to the family of Mr A C Carman Miss Lucy Lee Walton left this morning to join her parents Mr and Mrs E C Walton at their new home In Atlanta Ga Jamie Carpenter of Crab Orchard Is quite III and his mother Mrs J G Carpenter spent several days with him Mr Beverly Rout of Louisville who Is with the Sewerage Commissloi was at homo for several days thl week with his mother who has been confined to her bed for the past week Misses Maggie Stags and Orace Brady are enjoying the Chautauqua at Lebanon They are guests of MrsC T BohonGeorge G Menefee who is traveling out of New York for the Standard Oil Company dropped in home last were for a few days Misses Louise and Evelyn Eastland who are guests of relatives In Sir I chester will continue their visit until I after July CourierJournal Miss Ida May Adams of Mt Vernon sailed for Liverpool last week and will visit all important places in Eng Und France Germany Austria Italy Switzerland and Holland Robert Porter a clever knight ol the grip who is now traveling thro Indiana and Illinois came home fur the Fourth and was the guest of his parents Mr L C King of the Hubble sec Jon was a pleatpnt caller at the I J office the Fourth Ho says the wet tvmthcr is doing great damage to to bacco In his part of the county Mr and Mrs John W Rawlings of Danville have announced the marriage of their daughter Mla Mayme Alson lawllnps to Mr William H Haltman Tim wedding took place June 17 They will reside at Macon Georgia Mis Irene Lyons a charming young lady of Lebanon Junction who has Ijeen a guest of Miss Adelo Dupee left Thursday for her home Mis Dupee entertained n large number of young folks on Monday evening in honor of tier visitorLondon Echo Miss Etta Belle Root came homo Saturday from Sulphur Okla where sho has been teaching to spend the summer with her parents Mr and Mrs A D Root C B Owens and family left Tues day for Cumberland Md where Mri Owens has accepted a very One posi ion with the Callahan Construction Co on the Western Maryland Ry Somerset Journal Col Dave Dunn of Danville is quite ill and his daughter Mrs M S Bough nan spent severa days with him last week Ho is in his 80th year and it Is ftMred he Is not long for this world Robert Harding Waters of St Lou- Is is spending his vocation with bis mother sisters and brothers here The young man holds a lucrative poslUon In one of the big railroad offices there and Is making good lIon Harvey Helm has returned frtim Washington Congress having adjourned for the summer vacation Ho says he Is feeling in fine shape for the campaign this fall and his looks bear out his statement The Tribune of Salt LIke City in detailing a mine disaster near Eu reka Utah in which three men were killed and nine others overcome by a premature explosion says that Drs 0 P Harvlello and Steele Bailey both formerly of Lincoln county did spendtd work with the affected men Miss Jane Gorman delightfully en tertained a number of her girl friends at dinner Sunday at the home of her brother Mr E C Gorman on Logan avenue Her guests were Misses Ida Holtzclow Mello Van Allman Anna Darst Mary RIgney and Carrie Van Allman t Mr W 0 Martin has returned from Campbellsvillo where he acted as seat man at tho wedding of James Arden and Mies Von Edrlngton which was a beautiful event of last eeltj Mr Martin stopped over In Lebuu for a several days visit with frlendsi Mesdames 1V L and J M McCarl and little sons Mike and Fred McCa- ty went up to Plnevllle today to spend several weeks with Mrs W T DaTIs Col RJ Breckenridge wto was at the bedsdie of his life long friend Mr J W Moore who died last wee k returnel to Danville Friday He at tended his funeral and remarked tbnt the deceased was one of his truest nud Lest friends R B Wilkinson and family Edgar Wilkinson and f nIl1 Mrs McD Royalty W M Moore Mn E E Sanders Fayette Wilklnsoi and Mrs 1L C Rhorer returned to their respective domes after attending the funeral of Mr MooreCast News Short Local News NIco line of mattresses and porch and porch suites W A Tribble Fly Paper Fly Screens Fly Killer Fly oarytblng at thb Coittv Store Wanted good hand refrlge ntor Appy at this office 37 r +J Another stock ot Dollar watches rat the Country Store Before you buy a parsol see the ones at the Country Store Stable for rent Mrs Mattle D KIrby I July is the time to settle accounts all in debt to me will please call and sette Miss Ella May Saunders p Powder guns tobacco hoes and tee cmokers Geo H Farris For saleFirst claw Bell City thresher at a bargain W O Vsiifcer Stanford Ky Try our new tal dike and save baking for Sunday Will receive on uesduy and Friday W H Higgins For Sale Brand n Oliver type writer latest model at a bargain Ed C Gaines Lancaster 313 e Pure Deering Sisal binder twine at S cents a pound J G WenthorfonJ lustonville 334 All those Indebted to me please call and settle I am closing out 111 en Ire stock and desire full settlement George D Hopper 30 4 On Saturday July 9thwin sell rimmed hats 25 cents up to any price you want Dont miss buying your hat rom Miss Ella May Saunders Its like a summer breeze cools re freshes and builds up your nesting energies Holllsters Rocky Moun aid Tea is the most etrect1vI summer tonic 35c Tea or Tablets at Shimurs Tanners There wilfbo a meeting of Diadem Lodge No SI on Wednesday evening July C S P M Work In 3rd rank T W Pennington C C For sale or rent house with 5 rooms good garden all out buildings and a good building lot Apply to W H Brady Stanford KyeLostThe bottom of an automobllcv lantern Reward for return to M S Baughman Turneravllle and McKinney will have a Sunday school picnic in Mr Will H Murphys woods July 9 Everybody is cordially invited The Fourth passed J ofvery quietly In Stanford Will White sent up a pa- pEr balloon n front of the Country Store but It caught fire nhen a coupled hundred feet up The post office and banks were closed as usual Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury e mneurr will surely destroy the ttue ot tmeD and tompletely deraue the wbolt system wbea rcurtuf it through the mucoui turlim Buch utlclft Humid never be Wed cxctpt on pntctip lion troUt r 1014111e phrbu u damage thtrF- la do u tea told to the you cu poMibly de rtvt from Ultra mils Catarrh Lure muutactand by r J Cheney A OoM Toledo O conUttu DO men turr and U taken tnurnttljr acting dlrtctly upon- be blood md raueou lurtun ol theptem lu buylct linn Cmtinh Lure be sure you en UM nulae U U liken tnttmaUfand made In Toledo hb n J tmeaey OOceFold by nruzltne Pike rya per Tate lUUi rmlJy IllU tot eon tlp uon The worlds most successful medi cine for bowel complaints is Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It has relieved moro pain and suffering and saved morn lives than any other medicine in use In valuable for children and adults Sold by Q L Penny 4 f 11 C Merfis Bargain Sockse I r I As a flyer togo with these shoe bargainswe will sell 150 pairs Men ash Silk Finish Socks the 19c kind at 13c per pair or two for 25c Not over 4 four pairs to one customer Notes and Accounts Collected r We collect notes and accounts anywhere in the United States No tbarges unless we collect Also look after claims of all kinds lBank references Correspondence solicitediAYS COLLECTION AGENCYW- OODSON r MAY Mgr i A 1 Somerset Kentucky it Ii1Vhenyouwant I 11StanfordI t1ARCOURTC4Louisvile Its li II1 Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Qu1iytlF e Going Away 9 Are you going away to spend your vacation If so let us show you our line of Suit Cases and Trunks Dont borrow yourfriendmay be going away tootT71t W E PERKINS HI CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY i L S J ttttt e IL MartinIR Hughes T W Humble W 0 I BIG UT111 OXPORDS I We will sell you any pair of slippers left our house at a great reduction Now is the time to buy From I to 50 per cent in Vici 25Ients Tan Oxblood etc 350 Oxfords cut to 228 300 Oxfords cut to 198 250 Oxfords cut to 148 150 Oxfords cut to 118 Our loss is your gain HUGHES MARTIN CO vfe4 DryGoods Notions Shoesl L STANFORD KENTU CKYOJ i PAGB SIX THE INTERIOR JOURNALTUESDAY JULY 5 1010 J Condition or- t fIISTNITIOIIL BANK KYtotCapHil 150000 Surplus 22000 Resources Ltru stocks and bonds 32126668- Orerdtaft 603752 V S Bends Prem 4 5100000 SeaUcrg house and other real estate JOTs913 Due from Ufinks 22SJ367 rf tone from U S Treas 250000 Cart oa band 1727355 Total f31l7lOS8 Liabilities Capital stock 3 60000- BerpIttJ fund22000Va41- tvlded profits972801- bad to pay taxes C07U9 Circulation 50000- ZMUrMual deposits 18598256 Sank deposits 263304 fetes rediscounted1954000i Total I331710S8 Gross earnings this sixBieBlfw C73507 Banting left over from last six trunths 64449 Total f737956 Disposed of as follows DIvidend 3 per cent 1500 Carried to surplus furl 4 per cent 20CO Paid expenses 275167 Paidiu 8 Taxes 125 Leaves undivided profits 972S9 737951 t J S Hocker Prest S T Harris Vice Prest BariJ W 6ttyynnsadaombooPoultq Hatufstrtnedos4r I 60 dec sxetcn free canadent1aLNANOBOOKanPatenu potent New No J7W Iteuortotthe Condition THE FIRST NATIONAL SANK at Stanford In tho mate Kentucky at the close of business JuneS 1810- KKSODBCBS Loans and 111TUIIf OVt1nJrartIIlcult1 and unltcured U M to secure circulation ooP 00 11XO 00 Bond ecurltleelcI 00 Other teal estate own Due National not re 1753 75 servoagental Duo from State Trust Oos BayA Thinkers ltOI IIlags 18 29 1nick- el paper 13870 and vents Lawful vii t4pyCleesrrvu 81294 Redemption dMilt1714 Tre ISttS47 6 per clint of circulation 1600 W 311710 88 LIABILITIESI Capital Stock paid in W0ti0- Rurpsus M 00- Undivided profits less expenses and lazes 57189 National Bank notes outstanding WOM 00 to other National JOQ8 01 to approved Iteserve Agents Tlmocertlncates of Notes and bills rediscounted 00 Bills payable Including cates of Deposit for borrowed Reserved for taxes tiJ11 31710 State or Kentucky of Lincoln s- sIU0 Cashier of the above bank solemnly swear the above statement U true to the best of my knowledge and belief IL O BAvouaAS Cashier thisItttCorrect Attest J Hocker 0 Baugh man Jas Cummins Directors rt CONDITION OF j f theAVaynesburg Deposit Bank Of Wsjrneiburg Kat Closed BuihessJurie 30 1910 rti RESOURCES Luaus and Ducounts 4S1I099 Bondsi 1 50 000 00 OVerdiafti 357 Due from National Beaks 30 Cab 14 laMina Howe and Lot 00 FwnTtute and Futures 1811 Expenses for lait fix months taxes paid 967 00 67415 10 1 LIABILITIES apitI slsooo atN FUDd Ht ji hH o 00 Proil Account 19 JOepouU subject to 48421 91 67415 JO j STANLEY MeiNfbSHrcinKr WJndmded Proiu rad Earnings 2793 16 r Dposed as FoQowi + 1 ffisp spaid fast sii seoathaad Tjue 3 TiOOF s Cmed to Surpltu Ftuadf gmftg ffreife 400 00 t yit Jj 4 pef teat 60000 Carried Utuadiwded profiu 826 19 q Vf 19 OFFICERS + L C CoocisPreMeat M E Wneeldonirt V- Jjme rre A Hay 2nd V PeiNStank Mclotoih Cad f DIRECTORS ktf Dr J W Dr AK Caldwdl R C C Cooch Ceo W J W WkeeUoo 4 l I SAVE YOUR FOWLS I Soarbon Cure is recognized as the standard poultry rcmallof the world It Is the one remedy that con be depended sn with absolute to cure and prevent Itouptof poultry dt fowlslthyandfinefromtho treatment of Blackhead and other diseases In turkeys I Bourbon oultryCurell 11HASNO was w Kr ny t I I I e net wed lor Cholera sud Capes r IIrBourbon Remedy Co AtAII Leading Druaalstc BOo Bottlsi Trial LOW ROUNDTRIP HOMESEEKERS IJ The West and Northwest 12WITHOUT Louis 4TO 12 DAILY Tickets First and Tuesdays each Return Limit Days from Date Sale rues Special Diverse Route Arrangements TI GARDNER rorisviuH YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIOHTS florono needing a mi 11 ascertain our opinion whether an- Ion t twartct rln Ataoiomelf Illostrsted Tsreetairt MlMIn of wMentlflo journal Terms t3 a- lI1oar mootbl ilIa tievidulera Coy rstwas1 yrt ot Discounts M Bonds etss0ltaresfrom Banks t Private Banks A Banks 92OheeksFrictional currency s i fund 22 Dank MtQ1 WO Certin money 85 County named Uo that s H t f 22 9915 3103 2650 45 Stack 00 9200 2793 check Grots if i t 2793 Acton wtLeach Poultry certainty RalMOB IILWper Vial I 0 FARES TO Southwest CHANGE TRAINS 2o ST LouisWITHOUT CHANGE on Sale Third In ilfMonth 25 of for and A J P G P A tWrlte KY and is IL Idest fur tcbargelathe4atcelng weakly any tl i- ra of urer Due Duo of I Fr IJ C McClary ISTANFORD Jfflio Phone 18T Horns P bent M Jtl Condition of LincilR Cimiy ItlllllllkKentucky At close ot business June 30 1910 Resources llllla 127470072 Overdrafts 800216 U S Bonds 5000000 Other bonds 750000 Bunking house furniture and fixtures 601289 Due from banks J855224 Due from U S Treas andICash 2596008 138931808 Liabilities Capital J5000000 Surplus 6001445 Fund to pay taxes 15695 Circulation t 0000000 Bank deposits 766763 Individual deposits 21197902 Bills payable 2000000 138981808 Undivided profits 110000- Six months earnings 1116731 Disposed ot as follows Paid expenses aud taxes 435283 Pall dividend No 24 1 SOD 00 Has paid to surplus 701443 12S 0731 IS H SHANKS W M BltlOHT President Cnshtor This bank will be 12 years old Aug ust 15 910 Has paid dividends 44liOO Has paid to surplus bOit In otter words has paid six per cent net on original Investment and In ad dlUon now holds In surplus 9100 for each 100 of capital stock FARMERS DEPARTMENT For SaleExtra good Jersey milk cow O D Hopper For Sale 100 foot tobacco bed A U Robbins Stanford Phone 1694 Wanted two good horses five to seven dears old must be strictly spun 1 ani good drivers W l Kincaid Slrrord Iy FOR SALE 13 horso power traction engine comparatively new Run only a short tide last season W L Cordlur Row laud Iy 3L For Sale 90acro farm well located In Pulaski county If you are looking for a farm at your own price see me F A Ross Kings Mountain Ky For SateHalf dozen nice thoroughbred Black Berkshire boars J T Roberts Hubble 3V4 A carload of nice Western horses just received and for sale J Nevin Carter 333 i J For Sale Tobacco plants and Sticks Fe lIx Whtterstanford Ky IRft D No tLtM f1 Dogs one night recently attacked a flock of sheep bongingto Frank Collins of raclc 14 owes and 14 lambs Mr Collltns not Just sold the lams for Cc per pound and expected to deliver them next da I Estrny heifer came to my place on June 18 Owner can get same by pay Ins for keep and for this ad R O Hubble Turnersvllle 371p Preachersville Sunday our community was great GecrgeWilliamsMrs John Williams had been Killed by a train at Rowland Mr Williams left on Saturday afternoon to RO on an excursion and was at Mr I D Hor tons restaurant near mfdnlgnt and was not seen by anyono ulse all his remains were found near lowland de pot Sunday morning Deceased was about 29 years of ago and was a good hearted industrious and honest young man His fond parents two brothers and two sisters nnd a host of friends and relatives are left to mourn his untimely taking away The burial oc curred In the Lancaster cemetery m Monday afternoon ut 3 oclock the I O O K of which ho was a member officiating 1910 ANNOUNCEMENT 1910 The Land of Now 100000 Fertile Acres Abounding in Everything that Exalts and Kmboll isbes Civilized Life Land for Home or Investment Association with the 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 Rteh soilJ1 Abundant crops Rousing conditions Distinct advantages Crops In great variety On the road to prosperity Unlimited possibilities None superior in fertility True to the right Yielding abundant harvest King of good roads Youth and beauty reign Prices right Write for catalogue Farms from 25 to 400 acres prices from 010 to 140 according to lo cation undhnporvementsH- UGHES 8WINEBROAD Real Estate Lancaster Ky No fin I Report of tie Condition of LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL IUI at Stanford Ky In the HUto of Kentucky at the close 0 business June 3D mo RESOURCES niOverdransseeuretlaadnsecured U H Bonds to secure circulation 60000 IU Honda Heourltlet Kto TJWO 0 Banking house furniture and Hx 81DueISDueand hankers Trust Qontpt and Havings Banks tilt TS Due rveanents JdJtw st checks and othercaih Itnnii xISitNotes of other National flanks 1540 00 Fractional paper currvncyulckvls 15000Lawful1751013Legal IS8IOO- OUcdflmptlon fund with trR Treasurer S per ct of circulation SAW 00 1iIJII 08 LIABILITISS Capital Block paid In I BOMO 00 tJUlIIllvldltlpnldNcrUollalllank outstanding COjOOa OJ Duo to other Nat TrWT CJ Due to mate and Pri BankersDueserve agents Individual deposits sub WDemandOdTimedeposit Bills pnyable Including Certificates r1QY110Reserved tW UO State of Kentucky County of Lincoln sit nanae4bankstatement Is true to the best of nI knowl edge and belief tV5LBalultrOalhler thlldJ8bankSOME KENTUCKY FAIR DATES Lancaster July 273 days Versailles Aug 34 days Danville Aug 33 days Lexington Aug 86 days Tayloravtlle Aug 94 days Harrodaburg Aug 94 days Brodhead Aug 173 days August 17 18 and 19 have been eo octed as the dates for the Perryvllle fnlrSbelbyvllle Aug 234 days London Aug 234 days NIcholasvIlle Aug 303 daya Barbourville Aug 313 days Monticello Sept 63 days Glasgow Sept 284 days State Fair Louiaville Sept 126 days H B Northcott LANCASTER KY BUYER OF All Kinds of Farm Produce Stanford BranchT K Tudor Mgr WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR Eggs per doz He 10104eFryersTurkeys per Ib310CDUC- kS per Ibi8cRool-ters per lb55chid-es per Ib 7c Ginseng per Ib 300 Yellow Root per Ib 1135 LIME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE We can please you Phone 153 i=JI 1J hh a YANKEE DOODLES PONY was all right because ho had good harness How about your steed Wouldnt a new harness for the 4th make JIm look a sight better We have Just the set to suit him and to suit you and your pocketbook Sad dies aa well both for pontes and full alzeit horses Come see and admire J C McCLARY Sttnftrd Ky Stock For Sale I have for aalaa bay mare Muter 7ycnr old and weighs 1100 pounds Hound and good worker AlSO bay uare Byenr old Works any where and ladles have been driving hor she U Round and Ian talc lad diva UUIAHDUNN Iluitouvlll B D CARTERN- ew Livery Depot Street Phone 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY 200000 Feet of Lumber At The Right Prices- I have 200000 feet of lumber suitable for tobacco bars and oth er building purposes at reasonable prices Call on me or write me for prices and tell me what you want and I can suit youWALKER OWENS KYIShiPPing eEEa e oddtrousersdressed with them you should wear theCrossettOxfordAlso ent Leather and Swede ClothingWhen nreinOur hat department now more complete than ever We have to StrowYnchtbefore you buy SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY I Get My Price On w- HouseI PaintScreen Wire Cloth ul and other farming implementsI L L SANDERSII Crab Orchard Kentucky Phone o you have anything sell in tbo JA LINE Take tofNunnelleys New Stock Yards lie buysand set day in the except Sunday on your stock juothe State of eed and water best covered outiida of Louisville or Lexington STANFORD KY We also do general hitch and feet hlUinesaj W L MCARTYPres E WALTON VPrea L R HUGHESS AT Stanford Real Estate Co Stanford IfentucKy Farms and Town Property Handled Commission Stocka and Bonds Sold If you Property Sell or Rent Notify Us Write for Circular to 1 HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky h H dfO n iir91 The Winning Feature of The 0VeRLANDCAR l Is Its Simplicity J v1 h 1 ton1 Run it For it Operates 0 on Only Three Gears G ti I us For I Free If to a every year Bring Best market with plenty pens C on Have to R t HiH ftt Family for any Girl or Woman can Run it as Easily as a Man Just 411 Let us Prove this to You 411t Ii C P Cecil Dunn AGENTS DemonstrationDanville STOCK iffIts Walter a Ky iIr- y r 1