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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): July 12, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 int1910071201_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 12, 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 XXJiVU. The Interior Journal, STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTV, KKNf UCKY, TUESDAY JULY 12. 1310. No. 39 3MALL ' B-- X HEAVY FIRE LOSSES PRICE OF TOBACCO tile lioitv . THREE BIO hnd t.ui.,iihul be'ore t mri 'I A p.mliivt. isi-IraclJon engine till blaze which did ery little timi. Fire of unknown origin early SunCurl Etherlngtor., t iletituoky boy day morning cnme near sweeping the from Washington Muntv, who was little city of Mt Vernon, county neat acting as detective ror the dry at of Rockcastle county, off the map, ami Newark, O,. In an effort lo cloe up Mind tigers, accidentally ahut find" en u led one of tho heaviest losses suh killed wllllam Howard keeper of a talncd In that section for mnny years suspected tiger, nnd Howard's fi lends Tho losers, with thulr losses and In- licaame so enraged they stormed tho surance n Kilned from thu best ob- Jail and lynched Kthrlngton (Jov. Harmon lias suspended the JInyor of tainable Authority nre as follow: Newark for not protecting Etherlng-toif- , U. O. linker, two gentrnl and similar artlon will bo takJii stores. airalnst Uie sheriff of tr. county. I20.00P Iom. with U0.CO0 Insursno. 8on. nenernl more. iinAni,"or BY BLAZE EARLY SUNDAY MORNINO d WILL GO DOWN HnuMion Hfnfwet tuei discovcreJ to to ,ir ttro mill the alarm wis turn-.- ' n Tie UNLESS POOL IS 8UCCES3, SAYS STORES BURNED OUT ri'tment rpnonl-- l promptly hut WILSON TO LINCOL-- I COUNTY , of J 8 wan - AT MT. VERNON About notii 1od Miss Catherine Care, or Wllmore. is the guest or Mrs, Malcolm House Littleton Rice, of Cnthlana Is LITTLE HU8TONVILLE BOY HAS tlsltlnsr Mr. and Mrs. J W. Sweeney Mrs It. ti. Hughes and little daunh-te- r VERY NARROW ESCAPE Dragged by Pony FIGHT PICTURES CANT SHOW HERE .GROWERS P"vl.rc. ii SJ Insurance nbout '?! .'"' w,th ,,2'00(' Insurance, o. with 3,oni) CiM.r Williams, $100 loss on dwelllnB Tho of Finn &. Pennlnjton, nd R M. Newland. of Stanford and Albright, of Mt Vernon, had Mwr tho principal Insuranco on tho burned property.- Mr R, m Newland went up ML Vernon on Sundny to see after the matter and ho says that tho theory that the storeroom of Knieger & eons wag first robbed and then burn l to conceal the crime, Ik ty mnny Mr. Krueger built not held Uie new Lincoln county courthouse, nnd la mild to baveypu out none too well on that contract, to that thin additional loss will fall particularly hard on him. Hut for tfcs fuel that the blazo was stopped at tho homo of Mr Williams, It Is believed that It would lavo the whole elty Mt Vernon has no water works and tho fire righting facilities 'ore of rather a primitive sort. V Pennington appears as having protected tho losers In n Are, with' their Insurance It's because we represent only the bet of companies and our patrons know their property la fully protected in our handi Let' tin call before the tiro dep.ut ivuiL Rent-rall- Yol'll notice that the name of Fish Young Burglars Caught TWO SMALL NEGRO BOYS NAB BED WITH Q00O3 ON Wakefleld Armstrong, aged Bwn years and Jesse Loin, aeed 14 two col. orej boys, mvre srr-ii- l Saturday rooming by Marshal U. O. Carter, charged with buri:I.uln.ic; Inn home of air. wamer and steallu n umbrella ai.n otbr thia.s. Th-- V are said to have illpn-- d In the front door while lu-- family ,fe at hntakfnst And to have trlod carry off ewrythlug uai was art nailed down. Summartm inteo; u;t to Love who was sent to reform at Lexington to serve 3 years, while the little 'fellow, who Is a son of Charles' Armstrong was 'let off with a tered by his fhther He was given fifty laches In the presenec of thu court and promised to be good In the future. good whipping, which was adminis- Stae Fisting. 80UTH FORMER KENTUCKY EDITOR CATCHES GIANT TARPON IN (llarrodsjburg Hpubllcan.) In the window of the Mm; Front may be seen the Silver King' tarpon, caught by editor Lew B. Brown In the bay near at. Urow Petersburg, Florida. Mr. besides being an editor. Is' An earnest disciple of Izaak Walton never missing an opportunity of running down the finny tribe. The 'monster fish fought for an minutes before hour and thlry-twho was finally subdued, onl won high as ten feef In the air, Jump as opening and closing its mouth In an Mr effort to dislodge the hook. Drown, In a little skiff, wtis carried more than 'a mile and a halt down the bay, hta boat rocking all the while and his guide Importuning him to cut tt) line ahdilbt the fun go. In capturing the fish he used a reel vpwV ona-rfo- r t bait a und "minnow" weighing: nearly a pound. That part of the line best the hook had a steel leader- - nearly six reel long and fitted with swivels, which prevented the fish cutting the line or twisting It In twain. When the fish was at length pulled luta tho boL Mr, Brown iras almost exhausted from the continued Hlruggle, but happy that he had landed his first" tarpon. The catch whoa measured was round to be five feet fronf'Up to tip. For catching the fish Mr llrown received a fetfttos. from the .. Petersburg Tarpon Club. nlnely-elgbt-poun- u o six-foo- do Quince Jones has the Arizona fever Fought Over "Hand" und his temperature has been running quite high tor some weeks. He will likely make a trip to that. coun- AND WHEN THEY FINISHED HE try In the early fall and. ILcnfeased WAS MISSING. (will buy n farm and move to 1L Mr' Jones talks like be means business "Hands" are hard to obtain In but It Is going to a- - mlgcty hard tor corn and wbeat fields in him to leave. county Just now, and when a trapping colored man appeared on the f.inn of M. S, Baughmaa and applied for work, two tenants on Baggy Turned Over he place, both ot whom are raising WHEN MRS. THOMPSON'S HORSE nice patches. Mitchell and Rice Jump-- d tor him, and as they could not SCARED AT AUTOMOBILE amicably agree as to who should seJuly 11 Preachersvtlle cure hi services, they resorted to An automobile scored a horse driv- a sterner argument and were soon In en by' Mrs. J. J. Thompson and the bug rough and tumble tussle, while the gy was turned over, throwing Mrs. i "hand" looked on. Thompson buL but luckily she wa 1 he question of physical superiority not seriously hurt. iiettled, one arose to claim the man Kado Parka continues on the sick when lo. aud behold, be had comlsL Mm. J. H. Rlgsby came over pletely disappeared. Friends ot the Sunday to'vlslt the homefolks. She say "hand" undoubtedly bas been at the Crab Orchard Sani- men to that the such strenuous taskreared hire to tarium and Is reported as much better masters, and "lit out" while possessLittle Oliver Moses Stout, the found- ion- ot blm was being disputed. ling, has been sick. Your correspondent Is hating trouble with his throat Phil 11. Thompson and wife visited Good Citizetskip. Menefee Klmore and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Ureter Uastlneau, of Garrard, LAST WEEK were visiting John Uell and wife ABLY DISCUSSED BY EVANGELIST DANIEL Mrs. Nan Smith visited her tr'cnd Mrs. Logan Thompson. Miss Ltllle Uallurd. (lood cltlzesblp was the subject ot of Canaan, was the attractive gues ot or J. C. Daniel, the a lecture Missel Lula and Je3o Uallard. Mr Kvangellst otby Rev.Cnrlstlan church the nnd Mrs. James Curtis' and family ot The tlsrrard, werv tisitlnj: her parents last Wednesday nlghLfunctions feature of the Mr and Mrs. U. T Lunsford. Mr. and discussed were: The ot the citizens, Mrs Wni Sprinkles, ot Rowland, State, Tb functions and things which make for good visited Lojun Thompson and wile. Tbe speaker declared the We understand the board ot edunot creato or give rights cation has considered It proper to State did protected a man In the exerdefer the erection of a Bewschool but only rights which were already building here for two ycArs.nufrSj'.'A cise ot the his . Any man bas tbe right to ao tew montns since iae right and the State has no power to condemned the oUl'Bkft'rHHWlnK a nere as unWo vmi unMttarj" and prant Is man righta to do wronr. it The or crime when prous the board wisely eBsttefed It Stat- - a guilty In doing that which Is man that a new,uschool jects thus, it seemed 'inherently wrong. Bach voter la building wms a certainty la the 1m bultot to promwliMu future, nut 'not haw". sir guilty who slves his cttlVen in the tnU'ret' o, your cWldoa, tect en etll Institution. is armed Kuch youth at twenty-onyour npixaoern In'the iBtereW to light for his country. Hls weapon caildrea ef after thtf prorlT sullruge. ltlJ.'Our ooBatettulty should 'wake is A good body, a good ir.lnd, pubic ' uii'kad ake twf and take cogsls-- j tplrlt, a clean social life and high -' ., anee'of'a'riTelsUe. Included observance KeV. 'Piwce Uryanl lireached Sua- - "moral standards enforcement of law, elimit day-Athe Baptist church to a Urge; a Sunda, gambling and the ablltcra-lionation of of the liquor traUlc A lnrge crowd, WhJiellaadlltnll''aholiSun1n a care- heard him and frequently panctuated less teaef.aFrrtc Pwkia; hla remark wlth applause. olf. shot t Lin-")lcltl-rens- Proclaiming to tobacco growers of Lincoln county, and other counties south of the river that unless they rome In with their brothers and help ed In the fight against the common enemy, the tobacco trusts to main tain living prices for tho weed, the entire pool would fall nnd the price drop ngaln, Bradley Wilson fired the first gun here Monday lu the fight to establish tho pool on substantial footing In Lincoln county. He told the tobacco men of Lincoln that they Believed Boy Drowned. hate been milking their brothers' cow through the rence, riding on tho wave or high prices nnd getting tho benellt LXCITEMENT IN MIDOLEBURG BE while lr members of the pool did the FOHE LAD WAS FOUND work. The time has come now, when jnless the growers In this Section Mlddlcburg. July II Mrs Fnnnfe Hubble and her two pool, the fight to keep up hlh prices daughters Mis'es Cordis arid Bessie is going to bo lost. Mr Wilson nado a clear nnd connnt luat week w'.th the family or vincing argument, and at the conA II. Royalty at onemlte Mrs. Hiillle Hansford wife or Wil- clusion of his address InVlted the liam Hnniforcl died here morn meeting to ol.ect three representative delegates to attend the meeting ot nir and was burled at Walnut I Momviy .Mrs. llansfotd Nates a hus- the Hurley Tobacco Society in band. the daughters and two sons, Tuesday and report back tholr to mourn the loss of n kind wife and honest opinion to the home growers, mother Yho meeting selected C. E. Tute, . C. There was considerable excitement Kubanks and Sam Bryant nnd they for a few moments at Yosemlte one will probably report back next court day last week, when It wsis thought day. thought un earlier meeting may that Herbert Poison, the little son be held. of Hen Poison was drowned. Tho Mr. Wilson made no elfort to pet little boy was fishing In the creek a any man to sign the pooling pledge at short distance from tho bouse, when this time. He said aa simply wanted all at once he wait missing trom hU growers to know what It wns he place on tfc bank ot the stream. the Miss Polly PoUon his aunt went to was adtocatlng and wanted them to look lor him and finding Ms Ashing investigate. which these three The tackle on the bank concluded that he will make back will undoubted had tumbled in, she raised the alarm ly earnn.uch weight. They are and It being mall time quite a num-l.e- r among farmof people wero In tow-and all ers and the most represcntatlte countobacco ror3 of the rushed to the seen to find the father aentl-.neof the child In five foot water search- ty. There Is a rapidly growing in Lincoln In lavor of pooling ing for the body of his boy People wero expressing their sympathy and this year's crop. There is scarcely tun exe'tement wrs hlRh when tee anyone, however, even who does not. ittn boy wu olarovered standing in jooI. but who admits the success of the crowd wondering what the ex previous pools has been responsible r'temeut was "bout He had seen or the high prices recelted for to- the hJCK tome Into town and hid le, ucco, and wants to see It succeed . n oft fiMn o flv t?atn. for the mall as he was accustomed Lex-Incto- n "Leslie tho and Mrs. S. I) Yowell had a narrow escape from serious ir not fatal In jury last week. Wbl o rldlnir hla spotted pony three large work mules Ot Mr. John Allen's surrnunHnit ! Uo and his little pony nnd caused tho pony to run, throwing his rider, his loot nanginc In the stirrup. Ho wias iiiumscu aooui one nundred yards before released. Our city council will nee to It that loose horses or mules win noi run loose on our streets In the future Miss Jennlo Fnrrls Ralley, of Frank-forMiss Davis, or nnnviiio and Miss 8ue Taylor Kngleman, of Stanford, are with Miss Josephino Ma-car- et Hustonvlllo, July 11, son ot Mr. .. L na nume are callers. A C. W. JJ. M. Art gallery will be an entertaining and attractive feature offered our amusement loving patrons in the near , ruture. Don't mil to attend and draw a prize." ton, and Mrs H. A. Reese, or Newman tla., arc visiting us this week. .Mrs, Miss Laura Carponter Is entertain ing a house party cnmnnwii nr Hump and Lyon, of Lexington, Miss Cooper, of Midway, Miss Prewltt, of Mt Sterling, and Messrs. Faulkner im-m- F. J. Mansrield and wile, of Lexing- Margaret Hushes rnve returned to CITY .COUNCIL .PASSES ..ORDI- ineir honip 'n loulsvllle. NANCE PROHIBITING THEIR Miss Marv Oalnci. , of Stanford, Is visiting her cousins Joseph Hallou and EXHIBITION Rk-t'laudo Oalnes. Not to be outdone by any of thu Mt. Robert Hrewer ami llttln mn Robert UVIkcr Brewer, of Chelsea, authorities of otter cities, many of Oklu, are here visiting Mr. and Mrs. the mayors ot which arc taking mat-tcr- s Joel Walker. Into their own hands to stop exMiss Fannie Bishop has returned hibitions or the moving pictures ot the from a visit to Lincoln count). Jeffries-Johnsoprize tighL the Misses Kdna and Martha KavnnauRh Council of Stanford at Its meeting City are In Richmond wltti their cousin week, went all or the mayors one la&t bet Miss Naomi Ballon. ter nnd passed an ordinance prohibitMr, ond Mrs. George Robinson ing the exhibition or the pictured or Danville, are visiting Mrs. ilebecea In Stanrord. This action or the Couu West and rnmlly. ell was taken presumably upon Miss Louis Wilton ban returned ot Mayor Oaynor or New York, from a stay with Mr, and Mrs. Thomas thnt mayors have no power to proCherry of Brodhead. Mr and Mrs. Wm. Murphy, of Stan- - hibit the exhibition or the pictures in ioru, m re ucen guests at tbi horns of thatthe absence or laws coterlng tho the majors have no right to Mrs. I' D. Slmpsion. The Stanford City Council Air. nnd Mrs. Oatley Burke and son of Ollberts Creek were with Mrs. D. does not intend to leave any loophole here, so passed an ordinance, C. Sanders for a short vIsIL Miss Gladys Frisbie Is In Louisville making a city law on the subJecL vlsltng her cousin Miss Margaret The ordinance will be round printed In full In another coluirn ot the InElkln Hughes. Mrs. M. F. Gaines is enjoying a terior Journal. lslt to friends in Fayette county. Mesdames Martha P. Friable and Ed Walton's Letter I'd Price were wltli Danville relatives tho past week. Mr. and Mrs. John Johnston and chll dren lelt this week for their home In CONTINUATION OF HIS BREEZY e n ( l rert dele-Kate- s n iwrrrwpLv tt e dUr a,f f n W,eV,flr . liver and"th kidneys causing numerous dlseasia. The stomach ans liver must bareator-u' to a healthy condition and ChamStomach and Liver Tablets berlain's can be depended 'upon to do It. Eaiy to take and most effectivo. Sold by a. L. Penny ranged, the" congested alo tares cows Vleterrdr4at calyes!T"ReAert Thompson, ot r When the stomacll'faHa to perform Crab 1U functions, the bowels become de- cjed. jr"' - an' ft Firecracker ExfWei r.AME NEAR BOY'S Oreia7twr-- d Teachers Institute Wednesday alt noon at 2 o'clock on the subject and aanttatloa aad their tluetice in the formation of characters. i To address Institute. Ur. W, D, O'Hannon will address the Hy-gten-a Dr. J. U. Carpenter will speak to to a teachers of Llncolu county la the Utuded school building Thursday morning at II o'clock, on jjreveatlou The holograph self VrttwaP will of Judge W. Con Belt was offered for probate In the county court Monday. a James Taylor Wilson wias named Con executor and also guardian of W required. Hell, Jr., uo bond to be The property la to'be converted Into cash as Boon as practicable, nnd the Income, rents nnd issues are to be to Mrs. T. C. Hell, divided uud It his widow should marry or die, It all goes to JiU aon, 'W. Con Hell Jr., aud Btould he die without Uaue, to Paul Hell and Mrs. Nantle Hell Harrison. Should all die without leaving heirs the estate goes to the Mercer county Fiscal clurL to be used in one-fourt- h ju'bdiei,wrt:L'1,witu- PUTTIN8 EVES - SMALL- - OUT ot tuberculosis William Uelnhart, the young sou ot Uelnhart. ta badMr. and Mrs. ti. ly burned in tbe face while playing with fireworks last week He was leaning over a firecracker 'which was thought to have exploded, when It went olf In hta face, badly burning him, and Injuring hls eyes so seriously that for a tluia It was roared that that his sight wan Impaired The eye brow3 and lashes were singed oft and bis flesh painfully burn-eFor several days he was compelled to lie In bed with a baudai?o over his eyes, but Improvement la being purchasing a heating plaut ror the shown now. and It Is believed that county Infirmary. The will was Uatoa be will sjtffer no permaueat ftfects April 6th. 1910. imm thA rlntiA rail. T-"I- - I. " home. KILLED AT KINGS MOUNTAIN T. J. Denham and his crew or about torty hands wero piking the Jumbo Herman Boll was killed by a road trom Southfork plka. up the rivfreight tnln No. 5tt North tounl er last week. ,Jfcj"V Sunday morning at 6:30. Herman was IS years old. a son of Frank Bell, '.Ivlnc near Kings Mountain. He wa Lancaster. working In Uie machine shops at LudHarry Owens died at hs hrae at low and was on his way to work Paint Lick iafter a long Illness of HU brother was sitting on the plattuberculosis. Tbe burial was on Sun form at the depot when tbe train camt-bday. Ho had reached mature years and Htfrman tried to catch the en and was unmarried. A number i glne and missed hls aim and got relatives mourn his early death. The continuous rain IS being des- caught under tbe wheels and was Intructive to both crops and gardens stantly killed Hi head being almost In this cotupumlty, Miss Tomtnle Francis began teach- severe! from his body. His brother ing at West Point schoolhouse neai I'ullod Uiu from under the engine Point Leavell Tuesday morning. hut not until after he was killed. He The Mary Walker Price Chapter Qf was fluo boy and well liked by all the U. D. C. will meet Monday alter noon at the home ot 'Mrs. Jesse Fox who knew him. on thfe Fall Lick turn pike. Mrs. Llzxle Wright, of Ohio, visited Mrs. Wm. Lay died of apoplexy here. Tuesday at her home at Buckeye. relatives Mr. Mantord Chlvolette and wlte was Wednesday morning. The burial Her death was a great shock tp her or Ludlow, are visiting bometalks i relatives as It was so sudden. here. The match game of ball In the way Mr. Arthur Murphy who has been ot a double header was played here for thrco Monday afternoon aL.tbo athletic par in the West and south-wes- t between a Wllmore game and the Lan- years Is at home. caster Independents. The game was Born to the wife of Joe Record n called otr arter the fifth inning ou account o( the rain with the tie or boy. 1 to 1. The C. & O. are having some ditchGeorge Ruble of this county sold a ing done North of Kings Mountain. horse to W W. Rogers for J78.SO and Our brethren dout tarry mule to Wm, Arbuckle for 174.00 long at colored Mountain. The railroad Kings Frank Bourne sold nine shoats weighCompany had a Negro watching an ening 110 pounds for tlOO.On. Miss Annie Margaret Elkln was at gine here and after a charivari part liome Tuesday night at the Maples the other night the boys went to tho to meet Miss I.ettle Mae McRoberto nd her charming young guest. De- engine and told him he had better lightful refreshments were servod find lodging elsewhere and be did so and an evening ot much social en- in a hurry. joyment encllned the hours quite Edward Murphy Is able to bo out pleasantly. after a severe attack or pneumonia. City Marshal L. ti. Herron resigned The farmers have finished setting his position the past week. At a meeting Monday night ot the City tobacco. to the Council ho was C. L. Heusley Is suffering wlth.a ! oftlce. Mr. Taylor Ratney has bought the lame foot caused by a borse stepping handsome farm of Mrs. JS. H. Ander- on 1L son on the new Danville plk for 1 103 Mrs. W. D. Murphy Is on the sick per acre. The farm consists ot 180 list. ' acres. Mrs. Anderson ana lamuy win Miss Mabel Flint and Mrs. Waters move to town Rev. C. C. Brown tilled bis regular are visiting relative at Parksvllla, appointment at Junction City Sunday Mrs. Hammonds, ot Beattyvllle If morning ana evening. family Mr, Wm. Lay sold a mile colt to Wm. visiting her brother and RoysLon lor IU5. Tror Dunnaway. cow A. H. Bastln Bold a Jersey and calf to a Daavllle parly for $76. A 8PLENDID STORY. pair ot aaeuana it. U. tilkin soia-loales to Mr. Ira Taylor ot Danville Xou ar missing somethlnpc good It price S125 and. fl&Q. entertained you are not -reading "The) Jslaaa of Mrs. D. Sanders woicn peguo iu hsudsomely at a six course dinner ttevenerauoa In honor of Mr. and Mrs, Georgei Wal- Friday's I. Jj It, was awarded the Journal as a prize In the newsker And eon of Greenburg, Ind.. Mrs. J. H. Amon entertained the paper competition at Press Associathe C. W. B. M. complimentary to Miss tion meeting at Mlddlesboro by one Ilessle Bush or SL Louis, and her Western Newspaper Uulon. It is ot slater Mrs. Lee Cox also ot 8t. Louts. ot the most tutersting volumes reading. The paper written and read by Mrs. fiction out and. Is worth toast once Araoa was "The call ot the West" Installments will appear at Mesdames Laar and McRoberts as- each week, sometimes In both issuos ,i The social week according to space until comsisted In the program. hours were retreshed by u most tempt- pleted. ing luncheon. CARD OF THANKS. Mrs. Win. Hays, or Stanford, has We desire through the colums ot been tb guest or Mr. and Mrs. James tha Interior Journal to thank the A. Beaxley., Mrs. Anne Walker, of Huntington. nuny who were so untiring lu tholr West Va.. who has been visiting here efforts to assuage the grief occas'on- leaves tat week ror a months stay ed by tbe untimely death ot our son uu'hw isiuater Mrs. Samuel Cotton aad brother Joha Williams and family SUnftri. V MMM.H, -- Thomas Peacock, of Robbln, Mr. and Mrs. Banks Hudson have ieim.. is tne guest this week of Mrs. returned trom a stay in Lexington. Crlt Riffe on Danville avenue. Miss Margaret Hackley ot GeorgeMrs. Ann Bosley entertained quite a number or iriends on the 29th cele- town Is visiting here. brating her passing the S7th mile stone In lire's Journey. Since First Issue Mr, and Mrs. V. D. Woir, or Cincinnati, are vIsltlDR Mrs. Wolf's parents COL. DAWSON HAS TAKEN I. J. Mr, and Mrs. T G. Tupman. AND STILL LOVES IT. The rnmlly and rriends extend thanks to all those who so kindly asCol. L. L. Dawson, of Springfield, sisted In the burial services or Mrs. J. Mo. in renewing for the I. J., again L. Rose. Mrs. M. K. Wilson Is visiting rriends rvrltes: inciosea una one aouar lor me nnd relatites in Uurnside Ky. di rs. same uook, ot isa.snviiie, a cheapest and the best. I have read native ot our city where she has the I. J., ever since the first Issue hosts or rriends who are giving her by Seph Campbell, so you see I am no tne giac hand or welcome to the spring chicken. Crops are looking tine in this section, having plenty ol scenes ot her childhood days. .Mr Curtis peck, of Wilmington. O.. rain which I think will Insure good With) best wishes for nnd Miss Kffle Mason the handsome corn crops. daughter or Mr. nnd Mrs. M. H. Mason taper. I am." etc or Jumbo were married by Rev. Jho. Long of Christian church at home Another Story or the brides parents on June 22nd. They left for Wilmington on Saturday whee they will make their future OF HOW HERMAN BELL WAS Loulst llle. NOTES FROM ATLANTA acquaintance. The doctor married a sister or Mrs. R. C. Warren, ot Stanford, and has many friends In good old Lincoln county. Dr. Elkln only a few weeks ago sold his beautiful I'eachtree street home for 1103,000. He owns one of tho largest saultar-limIn Atlanta and no physician hero has a larger or better practice. The "Gate City ot the South" is soon to have another Immense theater. She already has a hair dozen or so playhouses and dozens or moving picture shows and still they como A deal has been pending since the lute theatrical war and Atlanta is yet to have her biggest and best Templo of Thespls. Ou April 23rd, last, four negroes murdered and robbed a street car motorman and It was at rirst thought fatally wounded thecoaductor. W?. cdnductor gotiwell .and" last" week, testified at the trial or his assaUantp The negroes were tried separately nnd a verdict of dejith was glren ea?i-- It Is not thought they will have a new trial and the chances are that .the quartet will hang from the same gallows ere many moons shall wax and wane. A reading room tor street car employes la something new under thu sun but Atlanta has it all right Splendidly equipped quarters are at their disposal and the best ot books ana periodicals are at tbelr demand. No city ot anything like Its size can boast a better car system than Atlanta's and It Is but Just that men who Ho such satisfactory work have soma comfortable place where they can spend their Idle moments with pleasure and profit alike The governor's race Is on in earnest: There are three candidates now: Hoko Present Incumbent Rrown, Smith, rormer?overno'r and secretary or the Interior In Grover Cleveland's first cabinet and Attorney General Hart. The primary will, bo held Aug. 23rd and a hot time Is expected from now till then. Smith and Brown are not At all friendly but one or the other will knock the persimmon. Hart, who claims to be the emissary of peace, hasn't a show on his life to win. I was sorry to see the Lexington Herald do the baby act, but was not Kreatly surprised. It Is not its first bolt and I don't suppose Its attitude in the congressional race is causing either alarm or loss of sleep. I was for Thomas In tho race and, was, ne,ver nn admirer of Mr. Cantrlll, but he' Is so tar ahead of any republican' who will go against him there should be uo question as tu how a white man p One or Atlanta's solidest citizens'' in an old Lancaster boy. Dr. W. S. Elkin, who has not only made Tame but e here. He stands at the head or the M. D.'s ot the state and is udmlred by all who have the pleasure ot his ror-tun- 3hould vote. Tell everybody howdy tor me ami bid each and all ol them God speed, ti. C. Walton. . Broke His Am QATEWOOD BEAZLEY SUFFER PAINFUL ACCIDENT Qatewood. the young soi ot Mr. and Mrs. J. L lleariey, broke bqth bones n the 'oro part ol his Melt arm Monday afternoon by ralllua- off his horse. He ha I ridden the nulmal to vater. and as preparing to s'ldt Pff when he tost hls balance ond went ct the wrong side, head flrtt: landing PHrt or tho full force oa his nrin jagged edge of on1; ot the ikjbi-- stuck s 41 'I a m. the nesa ana taa psjrsiwau tomuelled to glv him ananesthetlc before setting the .member. IU LIKES ARIZONA Arthir Murphy (brother or Mr- - M. U, Murphy, or Kings Mountain. Is back homo Torn Phoenix, Ariz., whore he has been ror some time. He says that the Salt River Valley of Ariz.. ts one ot the finest countries on tho map but thut It is lamely the domain of tbe big rich and Mexican laborers. It's like a summer breeze; cools, refreshes upd builds up your wasting energies. Holllster's, Rocky Moua? tain Tea ts the most effective summer toalc. 35c Tea or Tablets at Shugan 4k Tanner's. .. I PAGE FOOT i y.'m H"HK 1NTBR10R JOURNAL.. TUB8DAY JULY 12, 1610. The VWIY Interior Journal Established TUESDAY $1 187.' A Card if Gratitife ft AND FIUDAY At Ter Year In Advance. SAUFLEY HELTON Pubtlihtr Stan- BaUrcd at the Post omce at ford, Ky., as Second Class mall. A lot of mayors who like to see their names in the papers nre comlnq to the front lth declarations that they won't the exhibition ol the Jeffries-Johnsofight pictures In their towns. Polsgrove.of Frankfort, bad the Maor backbone to say that thu pictures fteuld be shown thcre it they desired ter he wanted to see them, nod he euppoced several of the preacbers did too, for he noticed them In big crowds listening to the tcKr.rajnlc And now returns from th. tight. to be the Mayor Gajnor. conceded greatest jnayct New York, las hail in a score of r48 "' that be will not i6e arbitrary power to ei.ipross the exhibition c the JeDrles-Jobnsorigtit picttiffci!, declaring that "o:is Is M governcnc&t ol laite and not of men Itun bo able to do as I like as mayor. I must take the law Just as It Is, ond you may le absolutely certain that I shall not take trie law Into my own hands. "You say that yon ure Kind to see tbat the mayors pt insiny cititt bate ordered that the1);- pictures shall not bo exhibited. UnilreJ' Who set them up as autocrats? If there be some valid law gltlng any mayor such row-cr- , then be can exercise It; otherwise n n - Everyone In Stanford Is grateful for life. Joy and hope. The constant goodness of God upon all Is occasion for constant gratitude from all, For the many considerations of goodne of the people to me durlriK my short stay In Stanford I am tbariK-fu- l to Ood Ma He, who Is our maker and keeper and lover, enrich each; nenn wiin ms ioe ana grace and multiply good works In each lire for a nan est of Jor in days to be. To th men of Stanlord let me say Do not neglect your spiritual welfare, be regular at public worship, b0 a conARTISTIC stant reader of the bible, pray often and above everything, let God be partner In our business. He will prosper shades in our ready nixed colors. ou In soul and will not permit you For durnblity and uniform high to beg bre.id they are unequalled. Talk God bless everybody In Stanford. quality I am grateful for this space in your nil you like about "good,, paints. good paper. Your friend, I C Daniel. Then do a little actual painting Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets gently stimulate the liver and matter, bowels to expel poisonous ceanse the system, cure constipation Sold by 0. L. Penand sick headache. ny. Young And I line Men's mmmmmtmmmMwmmmmmmmim nummmmmwwmimmtmtmmmmam I 4S3f lYTRAGOOD WE CAN In I SHOW YOU PLUMBING with a small sample from our stock nd watch results. You'll satisfy yourself that you can buy no better apaint for the money anywhere. Let surprised atot the very unplumberllko our figures. moderation our paint talk. high-clas- houcs where none but the would be tolerated. Houses where expense Is no object, but the best and most sanitary plumbing Is. But while we do work wo do not s charge prices. Have us estl mate on your work and you will be high-class ttit J. A ALLEN, Stanfiri, Ky. Phone 188. W. K. WARNER, V Stanford, Ky. An Ordinance An Ordinance to prevent representations of prize fights and Immoral and indecent exhibitions by moving pictures. The city council of the city of Stanford, Ky,. do ordain as follows: 1. That it shall be unlawful to exhibit within the corporate limit of the city of Stanford, Ky,. by moving pictures or otherwise, a representation of a prize fight or any lmraoru' or Indecent exhibition. 2. Violators of the provisions of this ordinance shall ,be fined not less than J10 nor more than $25 for each offense V v ft rrvi WHERE WE RECOMMEND AN ARTICLE IT IS BE CAUSE OF THE QUALITY OF THE OF THE CAN OR PACKAGE. CONTENTS IF YOU WANT PRETTY PICTURES GO TO AN ART DEALER. IF YOU WANT THE BEST GROCERIES FOR YOUR TABLE, COME HERE TRY OUR NEW CAKE FOR YOUR TABLE. I I M WEAR OUR SPECIALTY. These little lellows we dress with pride. Our suits are all cut with Knick- erbocker trousers in beautiful patterns and any price from $3. .50 to $10. Od d trousers, Knickerbocker styles, sizes 5 to 17, in Kahki, at 50c. In Woolen 5 0c sot. "The growing exerclse of arbitrary power In this country by those put In office would be far more dangerous, and Is far more to be dreaded than certain other vices which we all wish to minimize or be rid of. People little know what they nre doing when tbey try to encourage officials to report to Arbitrary power." The council at its last meeting passed an ordinance against the exhibition of the light pictures here which Is all right if the city fathers want it but we don't think it would hold water in court if anyone cared to test the Issue, any more than an ordinance to prohibit the 'sale of the Cincinnati Enquirer here contain-' lng pictures of scenes at the big This ordinance takes effect irom and alter its publication by copies of same being posted at three public places In the city of Stanford, Ky. July 1th IttlO. A 11. Florence, Maor. L. R. Hlghes, Clerk. ECZEMA A GER.M DISEASE CAN NOW BE CURED The medical irofesrlon is all nureed that Eczema Is a germ dltease, but the thing that has baffled them is to find some remdyt lint will get to the germs W. H. HIGG1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. Bring Your Produce To Us. produce houae oa Som-traand will pay die kighal mallet price lor all kindi of country produce. Bring iu your Huff. M. O. BAST1N & CO.. Stanford, Ky. atrret fight what good is It, if a fire leaves you penniless? You are not as young as jou used to be. Starting over ngain to make a Ipme will be a dishearten-int- ; struggle. Let us Insure you so that such a possibility may be ren dered Impossible. Think of your wife missioners were elected. The Com;-- , rjLTICE TO .SHAREHOt DERS .OF as well as yourself. You should get Insured on her account anyway. mlsRioners now want to "reward? DndertiKers and Embalm ''LINCOLN COUNTY NATION-,.'- , Coleman by appointing him to the en. Also Dealers in FurAL BANK. place held by Illchardson, but tht Fish & Pennington, niture, Mattings.Rugs. Tbey latter says he won't get out without I ''At a meeting of the directors ot will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give a legal fight, claiming he was appoint- this bank, at Its bankluj; house in Stanford, Ky., Phone ed for a four year term. Wonder If Stanford, Ky., on June IS, I910.lt was Them a Call. Prices Right. he has writings on the subject with resolved that a meeting of the sharethe Commissioners? holders be called to meet on Tuesday, STANFORD. - KENTUCKY Few people in the State realize ltn 2G, 1S10. at its banking office the extent to which political trading In Stanford. Ky.,to vote on the propoCUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! i3 carried on by the powerful oligarchy sition to amend the articles of 'issocia-tioI can turnlab the iuuncltb tbe beat, at well at tbe Irrabett ot cut flowera, planta ol of three penltetiary Commissioners. of this bank as follows. all klnda, bull, potted flowera, on abort notice. Alto mukv a ipeclaltjr ot wrtatha To Increase capital to$100, It's a common saying at Frankfort First for lor funeral purpose. In connection ltb tbe above, I have all that a member of the Legislature can C0Q and to authorize the directors tn ktndi of veietablea on band at reaaonable get the worst murderer in State prison set price ot new stock. Ssonuil To price.. CHJUBTMAN GHKEN HOUHEB. out on parole If he wants him and Is increase the number of directors to Kl) JlUUBAHIl, I'KOK. HtnnfprU.KT. Known to be "right" on the next tilfteen. W. M. Brlnut. Cashier. race. Ana Prison Commissioner's after the Commissioners are elected. and there are guards to be appointed For boute, carriage and ilgn painting decoYOU GET THE BEST rative paper banging alio uuggy trimming there's none who has quite as mujb of all klndttucb at topi recovered curtalna OF THE BARGAIN and bootimnde. HtopoverAldrldge't black 'Jluence with the members who are tmltbibop Wett Main HI., Hlanford Ky., seeking guards' positions for some l'hOueNo.oJS- when you buy our Oaugbman's Fancy J J.HKLDKN. staunch supporters back hdme 'ac Patent No. 1 Flour at our price. Judg SXich these same Conimlssjoners. lng by comparison our flour is worth IV. things ought not to be. It Isn't right more than we ask for It Buy a sack corFurniture aud Undertaking. that attorney representing large and we know you will agreo with us. Day Phone 28. porations should be permitted to iold Ksiieclally when you see bow tar our State offices carrying with them sucnl Night Phone 133. Baughman's Fancy Patent No. 1 flour opportunity for influencing 'the' law got and how much better are your Stanford, xaaklng body. Ihe Prison1 CommlE-nlonerbread, cakes and pastry. should be appointed by the pretcrip-ttoc- V. Former State Senator Gus Klcbardson was a candidate for Pri- Beware of Ointments for Cairjui son Commissioner two sessions of the that Contain Mercury, Legislature ago. He threw his u mercury will rarely dratroy the ct mien ben strength to one of the pretent Com- and complete!? derange tbe whole tyilem Purh rAtertof It through the mucou. .urlaeta. b on used missioners, who was running for re- artlttrf should never phy.lclana, eifept aamaee tbeya rnj the from reputable good pueaibly deto election then, and was "rewarded" will do .la, tea fold1IU theGatarrb you ranmanufactured a rive from them. Cure, merwith a good fat Job at 5 1200 a year by F J Cheney a- Co Toledo. O contains bo upon cury., and la mucous turtacea ot hi the recent besslon former Senator the blood andtaken internally, beactingthedirectly theb lyitem. IntylM 'Italia Catarrh Cure you ret ure W. O Coleman was an acthe candl:' renulne. It la taken Internally and made In Toledo. j cnener Co Teitimoniaia date for Commissioner, but was in-- . unio. or t nruriiaja. Price. 75c per bottle. tree. MM br Tax, Hall Family I'Ula lor eooatlpatloa. duced to withdraw, and the old Com- and destroy them. Zemo, the clean, external treatment, has soved this dlfllculty by drawing the germs to the surface of the skin and destroying the gorm lire that causes the diseases. The whole method of treatment and cure by Zemo Is explained in an Interesting book onthesubjeci Issued by tho makers of Zerao. )t tells how to cure yodrself at home of Eczema, Blackheads, Pimples, Dandruff and all diseases of the akin and scalp. Call at Penny's Drug Store for booklet and learn more about this clean, simple remedy that Is now recognled the standard treatment for all diseases of the skin and scalp. We have opened H. J. McROBERTS. G. L. Pcnnv R. II. Cofley BLACKSMITHING ! Dd Reneral Bring your Itlackimithlnc repair work to mo. llorae-- aboelug aor. Ruoraateed, .ibop oppoalte KMlilactlon I'bllllpa' concrete (tore. JAMKH UIIACKETT. HtaDford, Ky. E. IL Coleman nx THOUGH YOU ESCAPE WITH YOUR .IFE J,L.Beazley&Co., Ice Cream Soda Water BBbHbbbbbbH Phosphates Drape Juice And a Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford. Kentucky. 200 n BBEEBBE0E0EBBEEBEER $ Detroit Vapor .JaaaaaaaalaBaEaaaaflaf Mx!TX il'ViCjijr-AY- , J.JC. McClary, J. J. BELDEN, Trie Latest In OIL STOVES. Absolutely Wickless, No'As-bestos. A. TRIBBLE. No Cotton Wicks The Very Thlnglfor'fif l jgovernor, or elected by the people. -- Undertaker and Embalmer STANFORD, 1ST. KY- 1 J. H. Baughman & Co. Kentiiry. L& N. TIME THBLE No. 11, Houtb, UlN aaaHaaKWlaHlaaBiaBBV aaaBBai Summer Cooking. i BOWMAR'S SUMMER TOURS. m. Phone, Home. bone 85. A. W. CURD, AUCTIONEER, No.W,Houth,lUii6 No.r.lO.WASx. No.W,lS0r.a1. r. at. A Write to Bow mar's Tours, Versailles for folders giving details and cost of Bowmar'a Ideal (personally conducted) tours to Niagara Falls, Toronto, Buffalo and Cleveland, with fine lake steamer trips, Tuesday Aug., 2, and to Atlantic City, New York. Pbllalelphla and Washington', ThursKy,. day Aug. 11th. Iltgb-Clas- s WkilAiaia JHEXPERIENCE 60 YEARS' Burin, KentucKy. ll0. No.4,Nortb,4:0 A. No.,Nortb,6:4 r. M. a(. VaaaaaaaaBBai . at. aBBBBBHBBBBBBav r; , Makes life in the kitchen endurable In hot weather. accom- modations 8elect parties. y ble for muscular rbcumatltm and ways affords quick relief. Sold by L Penny. Induced by violent cxerclhe nr is quickly relieved by tho free application of Chamberlain s Liniment. This liniment is equally valuaal- Anyone aeadtni a .ketch and description mar iralcalr aacartalu our opinion free wbatuer ma luTtntlon j. prubablpatfiitahlfl. tommunle. tlona.trlctlreonadautlaL IrUNDftBea oulalaala aeeney fur aecurluf patenta. lent f re. faunl. taaca tbrouah Muna A Co. recetT tfteiai rwf (c, without charge. In tbe Designs Copvriohts Ac. Traoc Maims ldl Q Mr. bndtoro.r IllavtrUM wk1r. !nret 13 Tnui. vtJiM.Ura. IU HN & CoJSB' ' Hew York tnlAtlun of aUT clcmtllie lurnaJ. Wltlbr all I f our Oiunlba, 11. A Scientific JUitericM Utaucb WaikUutuo. JJ. U atudledlt wltbtblildea. Heeor pbone me A Lodge No. to. will meet before you arrange tor your tale, I can InLincoln loinmunlcatlonr. on A.M. flr.t and each ttated make aalei toyourndvantage. I'HONK third Monday nlgbttofeacb montb.at Tiau o'clock In their ball on main ttreeet, Htan ford.Ky. Memburt of tliter lodget are fra. terruilly Invited to be preient. T. W. l'eu nlugton Bee. Uareryour meaaure taken by a tailor of experience. Tben your olotbei, wbetbera low price bu.lne.i ault or tbe nneit ereulng clothe., will bave tbat Individuality and nt wblob plainly Indicate tbey were made to aeaier iu hdq anuiaciurer ot yoDr'meuaure. I will alto take your meat, are lor extra troutert. fancy ve.ta. tor Marble and Granite Monuooattl aruljoyercoati. Hprlngand Humuiei auipiet vu uauu rvauy lur your intpeciiou Marker! and l'ottt, Uenietery and Lawn H.O. HUFUSY.TbeTallor, Vatetand Betteet. OUlce uuu works, Mo Htanford.Ky. Kinney, Ky. S6-- lama graduateof Jonet National Hchool of Auctioneer!, Ublcaito, and bave bad ex perlence In tbe blie cattle tales at tbe Union Block Yardi. Obtcago, where we iod aouie Alio In tborougbbredi aa blgb ai bone aalea Vtbere Hit) aalei ere made eacb day. Auctioneering la a nctence and J uae JOS. 8. RICE, Agent. ! GEO. H. FARRIS. g-- ' MASON'S MEET. r CONCRETING We are in no.ltlon to do nil klndi of con- Work, I'.tveliienli cretlug, auou it. li.o and. In lint, we ciiu in ike miy tliliu from We eitu lerve hou.e down to iv Inm a you promptly und guuruiiUe work und mitterlnt V til und et nui price. you buy your malertul at leuit. before When Oarion'i Meali Hungry OO TO Spring & Summer Stock. Kelt pluco lu Iteitaurant iJincoiter, Htreer Htanford K. served at all boon up to U:30Jr. M.S wn'.for a good quick Harry Jacobs, ments, it llret-uliia- PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky, Cooking to suit our cuitomertouripeclalty. Hplendld new line ot fancy (Iroccrlei, (Tee, Hundwlcbe, plei.'Butter milk: Hot Co milk, etc., at all time. and iweet meal. . A. CARSON, Prep. ', TUESDAY JULY 12, 1810. INTEFUOn JOUIWAL. PAGE ttVld' L f At : THE BIG SALE IS ON AT SEVERANCE & SON'S. This Big Sale Those who come buy. You will buy if you come, ns the Everything for Summer 3 w to-- " Mens' Soft Shirts. rav Mens' Kxtra Fine Shlrto with collars When thcie arc gone lore out the lot. we will not be : only ThU price Ii itlll'on. Gut'Prices. 81.30 and 82.00 kind, ng is apparent when you mo our price. comfort able to get any more. I rl Uomc quick. SEVERANCE & SON, John H. Shanka la In Georgia prosThere la a new lino ot 25c hot special valuta at I'mnjr'a DniK pecting, Wllllo Vox Locan and Mian Krtnn yiere. Miaaon, of Inncaater were gueata of .Misa ciara cooper laat week. PERSONALS. Jmlgo and Mra. Ilcn V Smith, of Somerset, are expected thla J. O. Carpenter wife ntid aon, o( to bo tho gueata of Mr. here Mra. week and John tbe Eaat Knd, apent Saturday and M. Itankln. i Hiinday with relative here Mr. and Mra. J. W. (Jrlffln, of Oa- Xidge E. II. Itltclile, and aon Qeorce, have Rone for a visit to Washington ceola,Ark,. were gueata of Mr. and Mra W. ii. Underwood. and otlr Eaatern pointy Mra. A. 11, Elkln, ot Loulavlllo, la Mra. J. O. Carpenter and Mlaa Joae-- l bine, are gueata ot .Mra. Ioraer W. expected here thla week to be tho gueat of her daughter. Mra. It. M. Ltfrpenter at Bhelbyvllle. Mra. P. W. Carter. Mica Maude Newtind. Mlaa and Mra. J. U, Depp, Wood Lynn t'arrEnd, are at Crab Orcbard.ot the visiting Jeaale Wilson at Crab has been Wi-a- t Mary Orchard. . Mlaa Emma Hmlth will noon leave The Woman's Improvement Clua I (or M on Una to make her borne with ' br brother, Will Bmltln who la pros- - will meet Wednesday nfternoon In basement room of th Pcreabyterlan lectins there. church. Subject The House Kly. MUses Sadie Ilaugbman, Annn Mra.M C Vanderpool, of Orosa-becJackson, of New York, Allle Yantla Tex,, baa Just married Mr. J. M. and Kathleen Waltera, ot Lancaatcr, Taylor a prominent citizen, of Tosse, are the gut'sta of Mlaa lleaalo Yantla. In tlio Lone Star State, and orders Mra. D. M. Walker and llttlo daugh- her I. J., changed to the new address. ter, are visiting her father, former Mra. Taylor's old homo la at Crab Congressman B. J, l'ugh at Orchard and her mnny frlenda will wish her much bappln.es. to Mra. Erneat Warren returned Worn was receiteu Irotn Seattle after several laat week that Mra. W. Con Hell waa Middleaboro Bunday Ikil-io- i with her mother. Mr. Joa. compelled to undergo another operaThe Intler'a many friends will tion which tho surgeons considered le glad to know aho la much better serious nnd telegrnphcd her relatives and la now nllo to alt up. but word cornea that aho stood It Mr. Harry II. Carter and slater Mly well and la getting nlong nicely. been attending the Florence, l.nve Hepubllcan. Mr. Carter ((bautauaua at Lebanon Mr E. II. Wilson nnd J II. Ilaycr the 4th but Ma alatcr .who have been the stenographers lieturneil after will atay for a few day vlalt with or tho Eastern Kentucky Jorroai lrivnda. at lllchmond. have resigned thotr M.r J I. Aldrldge, ot Stanford, la positions to accept more lucrative vUng at the homo ot Mr J II. I'arka onea In St. Loula. Mr. Wllaon apent ,rn WW atreet Mra. Aldrldge will b a week with hla parent Mr. nnd Mra. Vo the city about a week. Dnnvill. Josh Wilson, of Crab Orchard, before Mrssengcr. leaving Kentucky. Mil Balllo Wood Yeoger haa reMr A. 8. Hobertson and Mr Harturned from a two weeka vinlt to her r Hocker have returned from uix grnSdJathcr. Mr. J M Spoonamore, river, where they spent ten days Washington Master Fnrrls and ,i,miiim- - and flshlnc. at lledgtivllle. Howard Yeager are vliltlng at the Moore, tn. noted cUef, waa In chargo aame place. I)an Hie Messenger. of the kitchen. The campers on last Mr. Logan Hubble and aUter, Mlaa Sunday entertained the Florida tisn-lnclub at a moat elegant dinner. Matllo Le Hubble, of Lancaatcr, have of Wo splendid brtn gueata of Mlaa Luclle Eubanka. Iboso who partook G Sandlfcr. Mr. Mr Luther Underwood and wife ere repast were Mr. H. Banal-feJudge ot Mr and tbe pnat cuta UederixHl week Parka vllle Mra Harry Robinson. Dlllehay II. D. Mr. W. Dan-ltllnnd In Mr E It JT k M-ek- a c r, Ai to where to buy your Summer Goods just follow the crowd to our ttord . v iv (jkiii iiiHuj nuiiucrjuj imrgmus in uvj uuihif, filing, .die. If Yoj Are In Doubt 1 Stanford, Kentucky. AND home. Mr. J W ,Ilrynnt, of Springfield, Is tho guest of Mra. Jesse Whiter Mra. 8, J k;mbry Hr, haa gone to Crab Orchan' to spent several dav Mra. Ernest Carter and little son, Eurl, of Evnnsvllle, Ind., are the guests of her mother, Mrs. Hughes Mr. nnd Mra. C. Fish are being congratulated by their many frlenda upon the arrival ol a beautiful little daughter In their home. Mr 8. D. Campbell, of Ilrumflcld, Doyle county, haa been the gueat of hla grandson Uohon Campbell. Of course tie la a subscriber to the I. J., and paid It an appreciated call. Mlaa Lucy Peterson, of Cynthlana, la the gueaof Mra. W. A. Trlbble. Mlaa Julia Reynolds, of Maretsburg, has returned home after a pleaaant vlalt to hr aunt Mra. E. J Drown. Mr. nnd Mra. Ed Ballard are receiving congratulations upon the arrival ot a little daughter In their PROFESSIONAL IUSINESS CARDS. R. M. NEWLAND :, Notes and Accounts Collected.- - Repreaentlng THE We collect notes nnd accounts nnywhere In the United States, Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co. The leading annunf dividend Com- charges unless wc collect. Also look after claims of all kinds. pany. Its distinction la due to adherence Dank references. Correspondence solicited. ot successive management to the principle of Inutuality. W. W. BURGIN. DENTIST? Office at Residence. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. No mays COLLECTION agency. WOODSON MAY, Mgr.. DR. T. W. PENNINGTON, 1 to 4:30 P M, Hours 8:30-1- 2 Mjera House Flats. Stanford, Ky. Short Local News. Dentist. A. M and Somerset, - - - Kentucky. !r I v office DR. W. N. CRAIG, S Optician and Oculist Nice lot of dining tables and rockers T W. A. Trlbble. Olllcc over H . RcRoberts' store. Stanford, Ky. tenyowaniv1 Menaenger. H. Krntt. Danville Advocate. ,MW,Ug 1 o. Bailey's Comet t10 r0 t o I'ure Detrlng Sisal binder twine at 0 cents a pound. J. G, WunthiMford, 33 llustonWlle. 0 0 Mr. W. B, McKlnner has been 10 duperintenucnt ot tno I'resoyterian 0 Knmlfiv Srhnol to fill thi vncanrv 0 by tho death of Mr John J O McRoberts, who held tho place for 0 0 Buy our line of wool clothing. &l many years 0 Watch lor the next installment of 0 They will not fade. tho "Island of Regeneration" in Fri0 day's paper. You should not ralss 0 All-wo- ol v piece Blue Serge," or Light n thla great readersofof fiction J, hlch Is tho offered to 0 o 0 Tho world's most successtu. Crash Suit, or a Light, Quarter-bowel complaints la Chamber- 10 Faded! 0 0 At 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Auctioneer. I will of sales Another stock ot Dollar watches at Lincoln conduct any kindcounties. in If and surrounding at the Country Store. ynu want good prices for your land or stock, see me. Stanford, K.D.No 1 Before you buy a parsol see the onea at the Country Store. M. H. JOHNSON. Auctioneer. surI will July la the time to settle accounts; roundingconduct sales in this andguarcounties. Satisfaction all In debt to me will please call and anteed. Stanford, K.D.No. 1. eettc. Mlaa Ella May Saunders. PRESSED STANDING SEAM GAL- guns, tobacco noes an 1 lee VANIZED ROOFING. I'odcr, :moker8. Geo. II. Farrla' Large uantitWs Carried in StocK. EAbS' TIN SHOP, Stanford. Phone 11. lor aale First clas Bell City thresher, at a bargain. W. O. V.'ail.er, Spring cleaners can secure tho finest Stanford, Ky. paperjn the world to go .under carpets, Bids for the surplus milk at tho mattings, etc, at the very lowest price Creamery will be received by II. J. at the Interior Journal office. Also lota of nice, clean papers for shelves, I Mcltoberta. etc. Lost The bottom ot an automobile lantern Reward for return to M. S. Baughmnn. riy terythlng at tho Fly Paper: Fly Screens, Fly hlllcra, O.it.v Mme J. P. CHANDLER, cSeeThe Interior Journal Stanford, K I PriccQuite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality. fHSlCOURTCOisYilicM Gi liMANUFACTUmNG ENGRAVERS j I Going Away i Are you going away to spend your vacation ? If so let us show you our line of Suit-Cas- es Competitntive examination for appointment to Statu Collegr wi'I be held In my office July ' Singleton, Supt 15-1- EXCURSION For Sale Brand new Oliver type writer latest model; at'a bargain, Ed i.1-C. Gaines, Lancaster. 3 I $1.22 1I 11 and Trunks S 4 caui-e- Ids It 11 17 Lv.kcliM City Don't borrow, your friend may be 1 going away too. H H 1 W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY I. mciM-cln- e lined & Two-piec- e Suit 0 -- 2 , Will Keep You Cool on These Hot Days on for lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It has relloved moro ialn nnd suffering nnd saved mow Uvea than any other medicino in use. invaluable for children and ndults. Sold by Q. L. Penny. I SUNDAY I JULY IS I SPPniAL TRAIN II Ill E1G I H 5:56 A.M. AIK TICKET ACENT wm- lies L. R. Hug T. V. Humble w. o. ararti I HR rARTICUURS CHI IK OXFORDS , fc' Your Summer Vacation Trip. imm'mmmmm. AUTOMOBILES ""' CT TPPT T17Q A MP. A g li I i I You Will Find Our Line Full of Cool Clothes rrWZR IRft II ML FOR HOT WEATHER, Cummins &Wearen, f m-STANFORD, of.Uart-- $750 Flanders 20 $1250 E. M. F. 30 Haynes $2000 Baker Electric 2000 to $4000 .Studebaker Garford, $4ooo to us $6000. If interested, Phone you g Bell 24, and we will gladly give K demonstration. ' We will sell you, any pair of slippers left in our house at a great reduption. Now is the time to buy. From 25 to 50 per cent, in Vici, Patents, Tan, Oxblood, etc. $3.50 Oxfords cut to $2.28 $3.00 Oxfords cut to $1.98 $2.50 Oxfords cut to $1.48 $1.50 Oxfords cut to $1.18 Our loss is your gain. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., KENTUCKY. , Thtslstore'.lsl'thelhome Schaffncr & Marx clothes Danville Ice & Coal Co. Danvi"e' Ky- - Dry Gccds, Notions, 'Shoes, FCFD,: KENTUCKY h5 0"l"Mt 'llIWlllMliU?C3OW MMHBaal I T . If u rAUKStX. tiDS INTBKIOR JOURNAL. TUH0DAY JULY 12, !1. GO TO THE Qwet Cwrt Day FARMERS STAYED AT HOME TO WORK CROPS Lancaster Fair JULY Court Jay In Htanronl was quiet Monday. There was onlr ft small crowd In town, most of the farmer remaining at home to take advanUwo of the good weather for wheat cutting and work on other crop ns well as 27th Pi 28th and 29th 1 1- 9- ia i' And See The Greatest H&rse And Mule Show In Kentucky. a Crab Orchard. For Hale. Several fine cows nnd heifers registered nnd high and two registered bulls, n tony by Ulue Eye. Pony buggy harness. Lock llox 161 Stanford. Strayed. lilack Ilerkshlre boar. Kicked In Stomach Crop ort lert ear; weight 135 to ISO pounds. Liberal reward lor return HORSE TRADER BADLY HURT ON or Information ot whereabouts to O. P "JOCKEY ROW." 39-- J Newland, Crab Orchard. Lew Johnson, n horse trader, ot FOR SALE. Junction City, was kicked In the stom 13 horse power traction engine ach while fooling with some horses on Jockey Row In Mackavtllo Monday comparatively new. Run only a short and for a time wns in serious condi- tlmo last season. W. L. Cordter, Row-lajtion. Dr. O'nannon wps hurrledlysent Ky. 3L for and administered restoratives. For Sale. farm well located Johnson wras standing near a horse. when It Is said someone slapped the In Pulaski county. If you are looking animal, causing It to kick out sudden tcr a farm at your own price see me. ly and unexpectedly catching John F. A. Ross, Kings Mountain, Ky. son full in the pit ot uie siomacn. For Sale. Half dozen nice Uiorough Calls were made at once for whisky and a number of bottles were pro- tired Dlack Ilerkshlre boars. J. T, 351 duced readily, which helped some un- Roberts, Hubble. til the physician could get In his A carload ot nice Western horses work. j.ist received and tor sale J. Ncvln Th "looks" have been moved Irom 33-behind the court house and In front Carter. Kstray heifer came to my place on Ot tne liapilal cnurcu iu iainnin: street, and did a flourishing business June 13. Owner can get same by paycourt day. Considerable objections ing for keep and for this ad. R. O. ni.Kii dv manv who bare been ac 37-p. customed to using Maokstl!e street Hubble, Turnersville. . when n...u.ii mi rr.nrt days others It Isn't the numbeer ot acres, but Main street Is crowded, but the "yield per" that counts. In Ark., the yield ot corn an acre Is 13 bushels and the annual Income for each per son engaged In farming Is $170. In An Ordinance. Iu,. tho corn yield Is 32 bushels per Section 27 acre and the annual average Income An nrrifnnnr.) In nmcnd per fanner Is .611. of urtlcle 4 ot the printed Jonas and Slnt Well, tho ot Staniord, Ky The City Council of the city of Stan cattle buyers of Lexington, had a narf,f.i Uv .in nnlnln as follows. row escape from drowning while rid party of the That section 27 of article 4 of per me In an automobile with n In Hour-bo- n triends across Stoner Creek of Stanford, Ky . printed county. When the mnrhlne had taining to violations or aunaay uu of the stream about , same Is hereby amended by Votten was a hnd rise In the water striking from the seventh line thereof therewheels sudden In the water. Tho nnd wtfzzed the figures and character $50. occupants stood up and the machine This ordinance shall take effect nnd was finally pulled out with a team be in force from and after Its publi- ol mules. cation by being posted at three conspicuous places In the city of StanJuly 9th 1'JIO. ford. Ky. SOME KENTUCKY FAIR DATES L. R. Hughes, ATB. Florence, Mayor.39-3e 3 weed cutting. 'There wero hardly fifty cattlo on tho market and trading on theso was ak)W. A. T Nunnelley brought In a few from the country and sold 13 to Allen, of Jessamine, and 10 to Clay Ho bought a Arnold, of Oarrard. bay mare from Col. Huff Duddcrur at n fancy price. Most of tho big cattle handlers ot this section are cither ruldlng till fall for better prices or htue gotten their stuff In shape and sold. Prices Mondny were around 3'4 to 4 lvl cents, FARMER'S DKPAJtTMKWT. I'or 8lo Extra good Jersey milk cow O. D, Hopper. For Dale 10U foot tobacco Bed. A. K. Kobbtn. Huaterd. Phone 13-4- . Wanted two good horses five to seven jears old, must be strictly sounl and good drivers. W, l Klncald. St!c:ord, Ky. John Horn, and son Miller, sold tlielr farm ot 113V4 acres, three miles oast ot Uurgtn, to Sam H. Graves for $7,000, eaual to cash. Kstray heifer came to my place. Owner can get same by paying tor keep and this ad. J. D. Steenborgcn, AT COST 'I Commsncing July 9, Ending Aug 1. Owing1 over-stocke- d to the cold, wet Spring we find ourselves and Jersey grade have to sell these goods to make Shetland and room for FALL GOODS COMING IN N Business is good now but it is too late in the season. We have noroom for our Fall Goods, as our Spring stock is heavy; so don't wait unti too late. Come early and get choice This LARGE STOCK consists of Clothing of Best Make, Oxfords, Underwear, Hats, Felt and Straw, Odd Pants, Shirts, Ties, Dry Goods. 'Such prices never heard of before! Any Suit, Trunk or Suit-cas-e At Cost LAWNS. 20c 16c 10c W .. 3 by-la- wolt-know- " by-la- Lawns mid-wa- y .. Fancy Vests. 14c , tr-e- lie 8c Calicoes and other goods always on hand. Fancy Imported Hosiery. 50c Hoie and Sox 26c 15 10c SI 00 Vests 3 50 Vests 3 00 Vest 2 60 Vests 2 00 Vesta 1 60 Veata 1 00 Vesta 3 19 2.19 1 2Tt ISA 79 II - Largest Assortmenr Of Free And Pay Attractions Ever Shown. See Bongo! Catalogues at ThisOf rice g:J?fffj He If you have anything to sell in the 273 days. Aug. ikji. ot the Condition ot tha Danrille, Aug. 3- -3 days. BANK OF MORELAND Loxington, Auk- days. Taylorarille, Aug. 9 t days. Doing Bmlnen at Moreland, Lluooln youn-A- t Hartodaburg, Aug. 9 i days. the clow oT'btijInOii. Jans , wis. Brodhead, Aug. 173 days. August 17, 18 and 19 have been se Ileaourcea: Loane ad discount with on or eded as tho dates for tho Perryvtllc tlt.Vtt M . moreendoraeraafc aurety Kjlt Mortzaree Time loan on ooflaterat Due. from National bauka Shalbytille, Aug. 23- -4 days. U. 8. and National Bank Hot Le&don, Aug. 234 days. jcv ;, How:! Ubecke and other cash Heme NkholajTllle, Aug. 30--3 days. Overdrafts, cured OrerdraA (uaiecured.) Batbourvills, Aug. 31- -3 days. rasas (lurrentxpnaa patd MMticallo, SepU'6, 3 days. Banking Home furniture and Klxturee 1X171 Glasgow, Sept. 23- -4 days. i,ssr m SUU Fair, Louisville, Sept. 12- -A Llabllllleet days.. Capital ktock paid In, In e'aak HSjVoou Hurpluijfund TWOS 11 u unoiTiuta proni Dpoilti lubjset to check (on walcb Intersil U not paid) Lancaater, July Versailles, Cleric 34 86 " " " " ;.r.....f..'.llc OSc " De-lo- ' 39c ..19c 50c Caps , 25c Caps Caps. ,?M... A 19 We do not only give you 10 per cent, on, we put.tnem at ana cost. Newest and most goods you can find. Menjs & Boys' Odd Dress Pants. 7 00 Pants 6 00 V 5 00 4 00 3 50 . . w te Neckwear. 50c 25c Necktie Necktie 8i 1 Men's Belts. SI 00 7 HI ill tiiu 5 43 4 48 3 98 1 99 1 Belts' 50c Belts. 25c BelU. 2 19 300 2 50 Zl We have all kinds of Dress Goods 26a now going at Cost. 228 MEN'S FANCY SHIRTS 43 200 Felt Hats. H 00 3 50 3 00 2 50 2 00 1 50 1 00 L00 Shirt 50c Shirt 3 29 at at Boys' Knickerbockers. 7a3 39,, i Uata H. B. NorthcoH, " " " " " 2tW Si 50 233 1M 1 39 l 25 75 60 Cuts " " . . 1 1 00 19 90 79 G6 I NunneUes j35 mtA year except Sunday. Bring your stock. Best market iu the State with plenty of mate or Kentucky, County of 'Llneola, got. LANCASTER, KY. I. Charle A. Vhol't. enhferof IS auoVe named bank, do aolemnly wear'that BUYER OF the nbor ttateawnt 1' tru to t be but ofray knowledge and txMV(f; 'uutr Take to On i A. "Witnorm,'Oaiiir; All i Subicrlbed and iworn to before me thli Mr Tommtttlon New Stock Yards Hthdarot July, :10. H. I'aoiTT. N. f. - Stanford Draneh T. K. Tudor, M'g'r. Jan.5J,UU. O. it. buysand sel a every day in the Hunu,Leo i'lpei, W. J. Ooua and Oeo. W. WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOn: Ulrectori. 19 79 STOCK LINE Ladles' Gauze Vests. 25 eta 15 10 .. 39 Men's Work Pants In Kakl, Her- e anu bird s Eye. rins-Don- Kindt of Farm Produce Vesta 19 11 et 8 S3 50 3 00 2 60 1 1 Panta ' 200 60 00 Suspenders. 50 25 15 " " " " " . 278 228 1 98 1 48 . oa tleport of the Condition of Tun I'VgS 12-1- 2c l4c 12-- 12 Oc best covered pena, outiMe of Louisville or Lexington. .STANFORD, KY. We also do a general hitch and feed busineaa. asi crater PEOPLES BANK Doing builnest County, Ky.7 At the ciote ot bullae, June at Ttuitonrllte, Llncoli SO, 1910. 9Q&tBM&RMMiiilM About Fruit Rourceu and dUeount with one or more endoraere M aurety ' Ileul Kttate Mortgage Call loan on collateral Time loan on collateral Due from National bank Du from State Dank and banker U.eJ. and Nut. bank note ixxtn ! r'ryers Turkeys per lb Ducks, per lb KoMtera, per lb UWes per lb Giaeeng, per lb Vellour Itoot. per lb Hens, per la ct. Pair ct. Pair ct. Pair Union-sui- t Underwear-Garm- 98 79 38 19 11 Straw Hats Of All Kinds. S3 50 3 00 2 50 2 00 1 60 Uata Men's Underwear 7gc l4c $1 50 60c ,26c. """ ent Union Suits,. ag . 39 19 . .... . ,.3C 13.00 IN Underwear Garment Men's ari 22 20 18 15 12 10 6 oo 80 00 00 00 20 00 00 Wool Brand Made Co At AH Suitsl-Th- e Best Mls 16 15 13 11 ". 100 " ,., " .... . ... .. 288 .. 'I'M I 78 79 .... 1 48 1 19 hi bIMEANO 8 ALT FOR SALE OR f 27 00 Suits ..$18 EXCHANQE FOR PRODUCE. 1JB84 We can please you. Phone' "1S3 l.mto 171 t.MNOO 98 98 98 93 98 12 50 Oxfords vial,. patent, anu Oxfords-Lat- ent, oxforsb in pumps, suede. tan ' $198 2.00 1.50 1.68 .1.20 fit 9 9A Men's , 893 Boys' Suits. Grey. , . Tan and $8 38 2 79 1 '. Hpeele jirs, Fruit Jar Rings, and Caps.1 We 'a Special Price. if.riarv'if i will make you Tk wipe me Current Oheckaand other caib Item Orerdraft, ecured - tjmM (J0 I 6 99 3 13 $4 00 Oxfords 60 3 00 15 48 palcf Rakl eitte banklnx boute Kurnlture and fixture Ml 44 44MW 1.90TX tM.MS M IJ6.000 00 1,00)00 $7 50 6 50 Suits IN " 5 " CO ' 2 00 . V 250 1 L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard. Kcntuck. M ft D. CARTER, B. New Llverv. Depot Street, TA NFOKD, KENTUCKY. Phone , vyaa all rlgbt because bo bad good harness. How about your steed T Wouldn't a new harness for the 4th make him look a slgnt bettirr? We have Just the set to suit him and to J. W.HoK!N,Caibler. SadHubaorlbed and aworn to before me tbla 0 suit you, and your pooJeUiook. for aataa bay mare Mule, Jbave welutu 1.100 bound. rwuau ana day of July 10UL Jly vomiulaalou exulrea dles as well both (or ponies and full kooU worker. Alo bay uare. Jan. W1WI. J H.JIocKKU, N. 1. Work any where and ladle have been Kmmet M cflormack. W. M. Unri and J. sized horses. Come, see and admlio. uriTlng bar nne i ouna ana ia lair ad O. Barkir, IJlrectori. UKIAUUUNN.HUitonvllle dlw J. C. MtCLAJIY, StMftnl, Ky. Stock For Sale! 40000 Hl.tet H Htate ot Kentucky, County of lUucolo, Bet 1. J. W. Hoiklni. Oaihler of the abore nuuiml liana, do eolemnly awnar that the bIiotm atatement la true to the beat of my knowledge and belief. Llabllttled Capital Mock paid In, in cah SarVlu" fundi Undlylded pront DpotltubJctto cberk (ou 'v whieh lntTtt hnnotipald ) Tim Certincate Of Depoaltl I intet-et- t paid.) Due Htat bank and banker Note and bill redlaoounted h 3 50. " rBfBkBCrBVBB) JuBsBaTsT 3 60 2 '50 2 00 m 4 60 " . 7,irru I1 SI v3lS5rf9eWav ajBaaaWTidUVaBlSr '1 1 w 'M I 4" " " ,. Ladies' Oxfords 4 98 anu auede. 308 m 50 Oxforda 121 3 00 in-Ta- 4!9d ! ' .. 2a (I ... . l.fitt w Patent 278 229 148 148 113 . . 1 98 2 50 1.50 148 200 " t,ov sibMbJ '"i ,1'Mf ist J. YANKEE DOODLE'S PONY Sol Walkers' Shoes and Oxford 60c shoes uuc oxiorus 47C , 30c fcf I Come, everybody, and prove to you how low wo pared to sell our goods. S, ir .11-- n,. it. IK s SMI RARINS11N r vmVWfl7,JsaWaaVVaaH iift rta!f H11 stmmri. mmt - V. V, it HI - mW BrV . -a aJ M Watt My y Sa I