You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): n. Tuesday, July 19, 1910. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton, Stanford, KY 1910 int1910071901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): n. Tuesday, July 19, 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. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 4 VOLUME 30CXV1L STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTi KENTUCKY TUESDAY JULY 19 1910 NO 41 L L PUTS IN CLAIM FOR 6000 EXTRA THE COURTHOUSE CONTRACTOR SPRINGS SURPRISE FISCAL COURT ONIi With the courthouso about ready for occupancy and practically cow I plctod when the Pineal Court met with Contractor Krueger Friday ti i formally take over the building much surprise was occasioned when Mr Krueger presented a bill ogalnat the t i county for 6000 additional to the contract price of the now building I This claim was for extras claimed to hays been furnished In tbo building t outside of the regular contract workA suck as 12500 for side portlcoa 1900 I for flooring and otlior smaller Bums The court went carefully over the matter and allowed ilGO oft this clalmyjtiut refused topasa upoa the balance until the question of validity hoe been settled It was finally agreed that the matter he left to arbitration one man id be appointed by tho Fiscal Court ORe by Contractor Krueger fcoth to elect the third Tbo question to be decided la said to bo ineraly of tonlract whether or not the contract with Krueger called for tile extras which hA claims to hare supplied nnd lor which he asks tbo extra 6000 Tho Fiscal Court accepted tho Gliding subject to these conditions and tho furniture la being moved In now preparatory to occupancy by the oliclals The furnishings lure been aupplled by tho Art Metal Furnlturo Company and are very handsome and t serviceable In keeping with the character of tho structure which half been built as the countys legal homo Grading has been started on tho f yard and as soon as this Is com iDialed the concrete walks about tho will be laid greatly improv lug IU appearance The temporary omen of the county Cleric on the east aide will be razed and the courthouse will then stand forth In IU true mag allceflce The board of arbitrators to consid er she cpeiractarg chief wIU meet Friday when it Is expected that the u ter will Ve finally settled Kiffiir it Garrard YOUNG MAN IS SHOT TO DEATH BYHIS COUSIN c j Lancaster July 18 James Rose a merchant at lIam i nack lu this county was skot twice once In the arm and once In the ItO mach Saturday night by his cousin Quince Tankersley It seemed that f Itosa was trying to Get Tankersley J h + who had ben drinking to go home and this seemed to anger him when he pulled out his pistol and tired twice upon Ross the latter a Very serious wound lie was brought Immediately to the New Lancaster Hospital and operated upon The physicians said from the first there was scarcely a chance for him to live as Internal hemorrhages had weakened him He died Monday morning at 7 oclock lie is survived by a young wife and widowed mother Tankersley was brought to town and lodged In Jail oi tho charge of murder Will Gs t Jail RATHER PAY1900 BLAND L ER JUDGMENT Ucorgo Durham a Junction City railroad man will be placed In jail 1 at Danville today to serve ten days Insolventihard obtained a Judgment against him for 1300 for slander and Durham de 4clines to pay It and will take this method to escape the Judgment t A N Wells also of Junction City former president of the Farmers Home Insurance Company who has bene In jail on a similar cause will be releasedas a schedule of his prop arty will be filed In court I roO OUT ON 1500 BOND v The examining trial of waiter Phil lips charged with murder of Thomas t Vermllllon of Parksvllle alcon reluded in county court before Judge Coulter Saturday morning Il is stated that the commonwealth did not introduce much of Jta teeilfiony Judge Coulter gave Phillips his liberty In lieu of a bond for 1590 Those wb- lII81KUed the bond were Hon Harry Wlugate George Preston A T Winy gate Lee Preston James Coulter and J W McElfresh p it 1j4Fyt Cant Budge the Lid TWO ATEMPTS MADE SUNDAY AND BOTH FAIL Oerther Cutron a young man of the Crab Orchard section tried to lift the lid In Stanford Sunday and It oust him 1250 nnd considerable dls comfort lIe came to town Sunday afternoon In n buggy accompanied by a young lady In a buggy and after leaving her down town went up to Aceys place on Depot street and at luuiptcd to smash his way Into It Martial D D Carter happened on the uceno about that time and placed Catron under arrest and City JUdg J N i 1lJrJr taxed him just twelve and a half bones for his troubleThe lid U being kept on very tightly and no far all efforts to dls lodge It have failed A wellknown young man Induced a local physician tolvhl aprescriptioncnihng rpr a glass of cocoola dundaVinornlni nndpresented ttat a drugstore only to kayo It unceremoniously turner down with a laugh Hurt by Runawry MRS CARROLL SHANKS IS KNOCKED DOWN AND INJURED Mrs Carroll Shanks had a very nor row escape from very sorloux Injury Saturday when she was struck and mocked down and ono linib run over by the runaway horse attached to the Donhain Bros coal wagon That the wagon was not heavily laden Is probably tho reason that Mrs Shanks limb was not broken As It was she was badly bruised while the shock to her nervous system was even greater Mrs Shanks wauA proceeding down West Main street toward her hums when she heard a commotion as of a horse running Just behind her Just as she turned to see what It war the none hitched to the wagon which Lad been galloping madly downhem- ired turned to go In the open gato to II C Haugbmans yard The animal truck Mrs Shanks with his cheat and knocked her forward and down and Ute whvelfi pUlled overdone of her limbs The horse then ran Into tile yard and stopped Mrs Shanks was able to get up though badly hurt and stunned and was able to walk to Mr Daughmans house where she almost fainted Her husband and a physician came quickly tad she was taken howe wherfc she Is still suffering keenly from the ham towing experience Sette Rail Tien CRAB ORCHARD REPORTER RECALLS 1875 AS WET YEAR Crab Orchard July 14th 1910 1 presume most everyone In noticing the amount of rain we are having this month yet l cannot say I have not experlnced Just so much continu mug rain before for I remember very vhldly la the year 1875 that It began raining on the evening of July 4th and continued to rain each day during tho entire month which caused much serious loss to far mers Yesterday we had the heaviest lawn poUr of rain that was over known to be In Crab Orchard Main tlreet nearly as tar up AS the Chris Inn church was flooded In driving through the water reached to tho tubs of Sri rles atid It rw ued over the MuUunkmitiit to the little creek vtth much force and noise as so being to our minds descriptive recollection of Niagara Falls Mt Vernon Aye near the Crab Orchard Dank was a sheet of water for a distance of 75 or 100 net ualtdrena day exercises were held nt Hebron church Sunday morning A very appropriate program was nicely carried out by the pupils of the Sun day school Mrs Iia Tucker was called to Louis the to the bedside of her slater Mrs Gray who Is very ill Tom Hayden ot San Antonio Tex Is visiting relatives near Cedar Creek Mr rina Mrs W PKlncaldof Stan ford were the guests of Miss Lillian Carner Sunday Mr John Hayden wife and baby of Texas also Miss Alllo Hayden are guests of Mr HF Newland and faml Iy Mr and Mrs John Cummins and baby are visiting Mr and Mrs A D Bastln Miss Annlo Bronau h has returned from Prestonsburg where shj lud a moat delightful visit with her friend Mrs L C Smith r Ck y DEEMER RESIGNS FROM HIGH SCHOOL SECURES POSITION AT BETTER SALARY IN OHIO TWO VA CANCIES IN FACULTY tbelhighEducation teat he cannot serveandJ hus resigned It Is understood that he has been elected to a place In the school at Lisbon 0 his home at n better salary than he was to receive here and consequently Jumped his local contract in favor of the better one fret Deerner taught hero last term seeraaloglvegerferal antis faction i Misstate Alcorn of thisclty who has been elected t J teach a grade next termhas declined the appointment acid BoVhotiflbd the Uoard A meet of the members was held lost week to consider the waiter of the two ra icanclesln the faculty which have to bo tilled soon I I 1 I ReynoldsGentry POPULAR ROCKCASTLE COUPLE i SURPRISE FRIENDS Their many friends hero were surprised to learn ot the marriage at Vornou of Miss Jail a Reynolds and Mr E R Gentry one ot the most popular young couples of Rockcastle county The bride Is n niece of Mrs E J Brown and has often been her gusto hero Tne Signal says of the weddingIt as somewhat a surprise when the news was flashed over our town Monday afternoon that Atty th It Gentry one of Mt Vernons most promising young lawyers and alas Jalla Reynolds one of our very prettiest and most attractive young ladles has been united in the holy itonds of matrimony at the home of Mrs Willis Adams and had left on the 457 train for Nashville and other points to spend taelr honeymoon While theyhad been quite demoted torn year or two yet they had kept the matter p profound secret that their wedding would take place so soon Rev D H Gentry was the officiating clergyman Il o Join In with hell numerous friends In hearty congratulations and wishing them a long happy and pros perous life Camp Meetiis at Jabo t tt NEAR McKINNEY AUQ 2f TO 5 SEPT 1910 Ministerial help Rev Charlie D fllman ol Atlanta Ga Rev B L lirldgen of WJlmore Ky Bro Til man Is one of the greatest musicians and sweetest singers In the United States Bro Brldgers is also a fine singer and a great preacher They will do the preaching and singing Ira Holmes ot Cincinnati 0 the noted blind pianist will reside at one ot the Instruments Better help could iot bo secured and we are expecting to have the greatest meeting this year hat we have ever had Many par sons have already rented tents and are preparing to come Accommodations Wo will have a number of small tent tor rent or sale for those to stay on the grounds also a few rooms with rota Will run a dining ball and lunch stand For further particulars write Clar f ace J Slpple Secy London Ky The situation of those farmers wilt have suffered so heavily from rains which includes the large majority nakea the situation indeed alarming with their entire crops have been destroyed by tha recent heavy rains oth firs have been so damaged that their crops will not exceed one third ot the average crop while others will not get more than one half yield Many ot the farmers along small streams have never been able to plow Jlhelr corn tho second time Tho hay crop Is a failure In many parts of th- oItaand wheat Is damaged badly All In all In makes the situation pret ty blue for the farmers throughout blssectionSPARED ONLY A FEW HOURS The little son and daughter born to the wife ot Albert Newland of the East End lived only a few hours In the loss or the little ones the parents have tho sympathy of their many lends r Y RAISE MORE ALFALFA IN OLD KENTUCKY SACFROMDITIONS OUT THERE- I Keola Kan July 11 Dear readers of L J I will again write a few items that I hope may in tenet someone First I must thank the editor for the compliment ho pale mo in my letter of April 3rd and correct the statement he made that I hud bcorae a prosperous farmer of Kansas I am far from being a prosperous farmer but hope to pros per at least enough to pay all my de liteWheatthj hum of the thresher Is now heard In the land A great many of the thousands of men who came to asto assist in harvpisng he vtaat scrop have gone yet a greatI tnafty are still here helping to run tarnworkIt la estimated that about 30000 juen came to Kansas this year They began coming about three weeks be tore harvest began Every train hothpassngdr and freight brought harvest hands They were here from everywhere A great many farmers employed their hands and boarded them free several days before tho cheat wits ready In order to be sure cftheni Iwilf say right here tnat If the farmers had to harvest the cropa without any outside help Iota of It would go to waste 260 to 3 and board was the price paid man to pitch wheat and 3 to I for stackers and 3460 to 15 for man and teams All other work was dropped and every flan who could do a days work was In harvest Harvest lasts put 10 to 15 days I harvested with MrVW to Marcum aud our forts 1 mm and horses put on on ayeniij of A little more than 30 acres a day In stack We began at 7A M aadquitat7 p m and rested one and a halt hours for lunch It was very dry through harvest and a nIce breeze every day Cons quntejy ineltkgr meB abtteains auf fred and 1e wheat weat In the stack in fine ah pe Qf those who have threshed 35 bushels per acre Is the best yield reported Ot what that tested 64 pounds from black land It U selling now at 88 cents The Ag ricultural Commissioner claims the crop in Kansas will be about 40 to 65 million bushels or about 25 million less than last year Corn Is looking fairly well but wax beginning to suffer for rain but Saturday the 9th night we had a nice shower that will do lots of good Oft in claimed that there la the largest acreage planted In corn that has rover been planted in Kansas The second crop of alfalfa has been cut and Is a fairly good yield Yet If we dont get more rain soon the third crop Is going to be short and I want to say that the alfalfa crop In Itself In an Immense crop Kansas raises wore alfalfa than any other State In the nlonlt seems to me that It the farmers of old Kentucky would give alfalfa more attention they would be better off The price of land Is climbing skyward pretty fast here Mr Harvey Tubba obught a tract of land near Tu rOQa few days ago with the 1m provements paid 100 per acre Mr Hardln Newell bought a tract five miles north of Neonla with the build ings both these men are from Pu laskl county anti doing well Our old friend H Bruce Newell and estimable wife spent the day with ua yesterday and he told me that he was offered 114000 last week for 160 acres that he bought for 6500 Just five years ago He has 160 acres of wheat that ho thinks will make above 25 bushels If the weather is favorable he will put 200 acres in wheat this fall Just as soon as it rains enough to put land in shape farmers will be very busy listing wheafland Now quite a few are cultivating their corn again since harvest Tworow culti vators are coming Intu use fast Most all the new ones bought this year arefhe tt row kind Made espe cially for listed corn They could not be used on surface planted corn and quite afow tworow listers were put out this year They are operated with one man and eight horses A new railroad Is being graded the south side of this county It will run from Wichita to Denver Col They begin grading at Turon June 16 It will ba a great benefit to a line wheat and alfalfa territory west Only a few years ago It was thought that wheat would not grow In the I western part of the State owing tc lack of moisture But this year tlui crop Is as good as If not better than mere Consequently land In Western Kansas has gone from a or 10 per- alre to 40 or 150 and even higher Before closing I must say a few words about alfalfa When we left Kentucky we thought we were going to a land of strangers With a very few exceptions where there was little sociability and everyone too busy chasing dollars to notice- D stranger but we were agreeably surprised to Shad that about half of the people in this locality are from old Kentucky and that the people areas plain friendly and an good neigh bore in every way as can be round anywhere If you meet any one hero who Is thirty years old you can ask them from what State they came tor they are from back east and th chances are that they are Irom Ken lucky Missouri or Indiana but more are from Kentucky There Is less crime here than In dear did Kentucky by odds There has not been a mur der In Stafford county for more the eleven years And the people put In fullhalf o their time letting otuer peoples business alone There Is talnow of having an old Kentucky Reunion sometime this fall With beltfwishes I am tlorG REYNOLDS Iy BOn last evening we had the best rain we have had this summer intact the only ono to wet the ground and the farmers will sure get busy now listing wheat ground I haVe more than 100 acres for wheat V Respectfully BUD Lincoln Teachers ADOPT STRONG RESOLUTIONS AT INSTITUTE HEREI The following resolutions were unan- Imously by the Lincoln county teachers in their institute here last week- I Resolved that the thanks of the teachers be extended to Misses Kate Bogle and Margaret Hopper and Mrs Stella Montgomery for their services and assistance for playing the piano at various sessions 2 Resolved that we thank Revs JJ Dickey and J T Hoskins and D M N alker for the helpful talks at our opening exercise- st Resolved that Drs W B 0 Cannon and J Q Carpenter receive the thanks ot the Institute for their excellent and Instructive addresses on Hygiene and Sanitation and Pre vention of Tuberculosis 4 Resolved that we commend SupL Garland Singleton for his Impar Sal conduct as OUF presiding officer and courteous treatment of the teacher In his official capacity and may he live long In the same capacity Is our wish 5 Resolved that we heartily endorse the new school laws and do all In our rower to graduate pupils so as to quality them for taking advantage ot the free tuition In high schools of Stanford and Hustonvllle 6 Resolved that we as teachers of Lincoln county urge that a law be passed by our next Legislature to corn- el parents to send their children to school the entire session from ages of 7 to 14 or pay II per day for all sence unless excused by certificates of physicians or Board of Education In county or city 7 Resolved that thanks of Insti tute be extended to Miss AnnU AIc KInney for faithful and efficient ser vices as Secretary 8 Resolved that we cordially extend our thanks to Prof J W Ireland for his earnest untiring and efficient labor for the good of the teachers ot Lincoln county and for the help and Inspiration each teacher has received from his personality as our Instructor and that we most heartily recommend him to any county wishing a compe tent wide awake and uptodate Instructor and we sincerely hope he will be our instructor next year Respectfully submitted MRS HENRY D PHILLIPSChairman MRS STELLA MONTGOMERY E U RUBUS E O OOOCH V1RO1L MMILLIN Committee 110 5 BOWMARS SUMMER TOURS i Write to Bowmars Tours Versailles Ky for folders giving details antt cost of Bowmara Ideal personally conducted tours to Niagara Falls Toronto Buffalo and Cleveland with fine lake steamer trips Tuesday Atu 3 and to Atlantic City New York Phllalelphla and Washington Thurs day Aug 11th HighClass accom modations Select parties 1 HORSEMEN READY FOR FAIR CIRCUIT LINCOLN COUNTY EQUINES WILL MAKE EM ALL STEP SOME FOR THE BLUES With the opening ofthe Richmond fair this week a number of the Llnf coin county horsemen will start upon 1 the rounds of fair circuits with theirmstrings of crack saddle and harness horses and mules Dick Scudder of McKinney shipped from here today tt his great All Peavlue and the yearling filmy Jack oLlna of which he hopes tordmuch success this season Both are In fine shape and some good resultstfrom them are expected Carroll Dud derar who will ride and drive them j In the rings says they ought to come T home with a good string of Walter O Walkers magnificentthorse Carroll Preston Is ready for a hard campaign and under Homer C Wray will give a good account of him self He Is going to make Edna May nnd any of the crack saddlers extend uemselves this season ThIa horse has been conceded to byone ot the finest of his kind ever produced in Kentucky and though he has been shown but very little on the fair cir cults already has a big reputation and big things are expected of him Mr Wray will also have for Mr Walker the mare Sallle Brook and Pettus Beau Naboth This should prove a winning string In any company L f Sandidge is going after the blues with Chesterland Chief and other good ones and will wake all he goes against step some to beat this good one Ended in Squabble MORELAND CLAIMS THE VICTORY OVER HUSTONVILLE Moreland July 18 Moreland defeated Hustonvllle Ina hotlycontested ball game here Saturday by the score of 6 to 6 Thn game ended In a disagreement over a Clocked ball The question was A ball delivered by the pitcher goes wild and hits a bystander A runner w ioeahome from third and one goes rom I first to third Catcher throws the ball back to pitcher and It goes from there to first base and the first baseman puts It over to third base Ulan who holds It Pitcher walkst box and asks umpire for balland then runner on third starts playing off and third baseman puts him out la the man out or Is he entitled to score This is the clever trick that stopped the game Who won This make the third game the Moreland boys have won out ot three played How many gamed have Hue tonvllle won Our boys got 10 hits off Estes to J off Rakeatraw McKinney will play here at Baughmans Park next Saturday Pitcher Weddle will tart tt j dame with Carter behind t e7ibat The Moreland team is looking for match games Write J A BairdIMorelandV Ky The lineup Saturday was Hustonvllle MorelandI Bishop Catcher Carter C Hwope frst baeeHogue G Dunn second baseHansome Yewell third base Balrd C Dunn shortstop Nea Walls left field B Burkett StaK center field Weddh W Murphy right fteldJ Burkett Eates pitcher Rakeatraw Miss Pattie Stephenson Is visiting Lexington and Richmond friends J MEETING AT MCORMACK i t The Rev John S Shouse of Lex- Ington will begin a meeting at 11cj t Cormacks church next Sunday July y 21 Preaching at 10 a m and 746ip 111 each day for about two The public U Invited to attend thesetiservices AQ ANTITUBERCULOSIS MEETINGri j Dr J G Carpenter and Rv J J Dickey will conduct an antjtubercui losls meeting at Logans Creek church L next Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock Other physicians and ministers are inAylted to be present and make ad dresses on this Important tottery 1 NOTICE Those desiring to bid on makingIconcrete wall at theearth fill and Hanging Fork Creek new bridge over i at J S Murphys will find apeclQca Ions at the McKinney Deposit Bank I mr at my office J P Bailey Judge L JA tt p 11 f 1 r I 1IIi St PAGE TWO INTERIOR JOURNAL rr TUESDAY JULY JII 1910 l r I TIE GREAT bAIVILLENILEi- I e August 3 4 and 5 1910 Goe Qe G THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 872 VERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At II iEer Year in Advance INtEL TON SAUFLEYPublishe- riterei L attttePost Office at stan lien not u Second Class malt Everyone wilt J e glad to know that the county ofljcfals are at last about to move into the new court house it Is indeed a credit to the community AB soon as tbe grounds are graded and cleaned up arrangements for suitable dedicatory ceremonies should be made We suggest a home om ing Day for Lincoln county when all former residents of the county be in vited here to celebrate the glad oc casion and be welcomed back to their old homes No matter what form it takes however the dedication of the new courthouse should be planned oh a scale befitting the magnificence of the building and the Importance of the event to Lincoln county During services at a church in Bour bon county Sunday morning lightning struck the edifice fatally Injured a lady and 12yearold girl badly damag cd the house of worship and InBtantli killed a horse hitched DR SWOPE DEAD Dr R M Swope produent citizen of Bryantsvllle Garrard county a cousin of tlio lato Col Thomas H Swope of Kansas City and related to many Lincoln county families died at his home Monday night He will be buried in Danville 30000 Per Month WERE OFFICIALS STEALING FROM BIG LOUISVILLE BANK I i The experts who are working on the books of the Fidelity Trust Co of Louisville have made the startling discovery that August Ropke former secretary and bookkeeper of tho In stitution had been systematically stealing 130000 per month for the past eighteen months His aggre Senator Bradley has recommended 100 Before be began stealing on a wholesale plan eighteen months ago Ropke had been systematically tak ing small sums which he practically restored In each Instance His Rob bery represents one of the biggest hauls ever made on a similar institu tion In Kentucky Depositors still maintain faith In the Fidelity Trust Company and friends of the institu tion are increasing the deposits to show faith When the stomach falls to perform Its functions the bowels become deranged the liver and the kidneys con gested causing numerous diseases The stomach ans liver must bo restored and Cham to a healthy condition berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets can be depended upon to do It Easy to take and most effective Sold by O L Penny OG OOGn II I iitiI r 1 I 0 i tJt yoU i m ORK Then You Will Need More ta Clothes m Khaki Pants 1 150 and 2 Shirts 25c 50c 75c and 1IPlow Shoes At Any Price ButourChrome Shoe Seats Them All Satisfaction Guar teed OVERALLSNHave one fault they last too long yf Suit of Cool Under t wearlakes You Feel Bet terAfterHardDaysWork t We can dresS you from head to foot ready for adaysworkfor3q I = Cummins Wearen I STANFORD KENTUCKY CIE Th s storeu1hwne Harty SchatfnerMalx dot r v 9ly+ 1 H fc i Afa U mi t t fff gj fcV ci r r s GROCERIES AT HICOINS EBUYING i MAIN Kentucky AND DEPOT ST J YbAT A ffiJOtfTT WOULD BE I f to come home and find the firemen In poee fon Yet It has happened to others and may happen to you And even If it never does dont you think you vjould feel safer If you had your home Insured Ask your wife how she feels about It Shell tell you to have us issue you a policy today She Is wise Fish Pennington StanfordXv Phone 200 M YOU GET THE BESTOF BARGAIN when you buy our Bauphmans Fancy atent No1 Flour at our price Judg ng by comparison out flour is worth more than we ask for 1t Bt1n sack and we know you will agree with Us Especially when you tee how far our Jangnmans Fancy Patent No1 flour goes and how much better are your bread cakes and pastry J H Baughman Co ARTISTIC shades in our jready nixed colors durablity port uniform high qualitythey are unequalled Talk paintsThenwith a smajl sample from ourstock nd watch results Youll satisfy yourself that you can buy no better apaint for the money anywhere Let our paint talc i tf J M1ICE TO SHAREHOLDERS OF LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK At a meeting of the directors of this bank at 1U banking hoyse In Stanford Ky on dune IX 1 910lt was resolved that a meeting of the share holders be called to meet on Tuesday July 26 1910 at its banking office ID Stanford Kyto vote on the propo sition toamend the articles of associa tion of this bank as follows First To Increase capital toll CO COO tnd to authorize the directors to set price of new stock S senna To increase the number of directors to fliftcen YsM Bright Cashier JC McGlary o Undertaker ant Embalmer STANFORD KY- 9maabonsler nomi P bone at J L Beazley Co qnderUken lnd Embalm h Also Dealers in Fur I nlttife MAtUAgsRugl They willexcbadgeFurniture for on Kinds of Stock Them Call Prices GiveI STANFORD s flwellInconoectlon WUIt tbe aWye Ikave fill 1I1Iu1 egetnbleipnband at 130URE9 eaeonable- prlcesQIIIRTMAIZOREEN I EDIIDnBAHDPaOABtaafordlX7 I Spring Summer Stock IHaretyoar exp rtaee Thedyontclothewhelneralow- price business snit or clotbe iwlll bave that individualityand nt wbleb plainly Indicate they were made to Tonrrmoanre I will alio take your mesa ore tor extra trousers fancy vests topcoat andj orerooat Spring and Bammet samples 07 hand ready for your Inspection lb ORUPLIIXThSTallbl9ttaniprd7 CONCRETING Wearelnpoiltlontodoallklndi of con oretlng ai and In fact we can make any thing from a bonie down to a fence pot Wo can serve you promptly and guarantee Orelclan work and ell and get our prices beMre yea buy your material at least 4pWhlBRAS r t C 1 C t At THE FLORAL HALL and poultry departments have been back as of old at The Danville Fair Unlimited seating capacity Plenty of shelter and shade Attractions of every description Reduced rates on all railroads Pony 4t races mule races saddle stakes Etc A hearty handshake fiG and a welcome awaits everyone For further information writelEI M DUNN Secy 1 1 IDANVILLE KENTUCKY jro roI111O O C f va4enI Ii rOH- J11 rn YJ- fXTRAGOO D ea f Nt WEAR OUR SPECIALTY These little fellows we dress willi pride Our suits are all cut with Knick erbocker trousers in beautiful patterns and any price from 350 to 10 Odd trousers Knickerbocker styles sizes 5 I to 17 in Kahki at 50c In Woolen 50ctblM4 H J McROBERTS I a Go e ooo O OO u n G L Penny R H Coffey E H Coleman Ice taSola Water oipatoI I ra c Juice e1Anda Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNYS DRUG STOKE- r tanfdrd kenfucky W A TRIBBLISq Futi 1Jndeikktngnay Night Phone 133 Stanford KentwrHy JacobsDe- aler In end Manufacturer of Marble and GranltMonu mentC IIf 1a 8 P1lisfr A4 Le 4 d t When1 Hungry OOT6 Oarioni Reitunrant Lancaster Street ptk RtaufordSoNeal i served at all hours up to 11 IOr K Beit place la wntor a good quick meal Cooking to suit our customer onr ip elalty Splendid new line of fancy Groccrlei Hot lautteimilkaodiweetmilk = on iit s3 f I 1 l J 1 r lNJjJ 1ttt t W t f i 1 l itJrI toJ It f I TUESDAY JULYU9 JMO li i t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL l J- w ti I J H N We Certainly Have Been Lucky M A 11 In pleasing the large number of custo great sale Those who came and saw the values we are giving I Did you get your share If not there is one more for We will continue many cut prices until JULY 23 We have some excellent values Slippers Shoes Hose tfnderwearShirts Lawns Ducks Cottons Ribbons etcISEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky I Tbero lB a now Jlna of 25c DOX pai erg special value at Pennys Drug tore I v 1 J PERSOHALS Crimea Beazley IB on the tick list I Mr Marehalf Stone ipent Sunda- J Vila irleitl In LexlnKtpn Mr And Mm Sanford Allen of Mil ersburgae the aLe ber parents Mr sad Mrs E P Woods- Dr W U Penny or Danville li ipoudlurf a few bays With bit mother Ira Mary Pfnny Miss J1or Friedman of Detroit t bo hu been the guest of Mrs Mark HarOln has returned home Joe Mack Newland has resigned hli o ltlon with Mahan Grlmea In anvlllD hnd la at homo again Mlue Georgia Vermillion and Fox t Danville were here for a short bile with friends Saturday The lAdies Aid Society of the Dap- It will serve Ices and cake rhuriday morning from T to 10 o I lock In the church yard Only 10c plate Everybody cordially Invited Mrs W P Grimes has Issued Invl Uioni for a reception this evening n honor of Mies Martha Wallace ones her attractive guest from Ian as City Miss Lucllo Cooper is nt home from one Idaho She spent n month Iter her school closed there wltbh er cousin Mrs II D Gregory at Oro lie California Mils Cooper wilt ach next term with her litter Miss lara Cooper In the School for the eaf In Now York City Samuel V Menefee of Kansas City was with his parents hero a few dayi lust week Mrs D M Walker and little dough ter have returned from a visit to her lather at Vanceburg She was nc byy brother Bruce T Pugh ot Wash Jngton DC Miss Kittle Huffman Is at Crab Orchard ship week with her sisterp Mrs J G Carpenter Jr who IB ill v Mfu D Kpnnedy IB spending the weekat Hustonvllle Mr Everett M Stone who Is an expert linotype operator on the Loul ville Herald Is here this week with bis parns Mr sad Mrs Lee Stone Mrs Alice Drown and daughter Mm Sarah Herrin and daughter Mrs Ruth Drown and Mrs Mary Herrln all of Rockrastle have been guests of Dr D E Proctor and family for several days The Current Events Club will meet with Mrs W P Grimes Thureday afternoon at 330 oclock Shelley Jones of StUwatcr Okla who Is traveling out of Cincinnati for the AlllsChalmers Company was the guest of Mr and Mrs J W Powell uer Hustonvllle They also had as their guests Mrs J A DePauw and Miss Laura Rite of Covington Mrs Catherine McClary has just returned from St Joe where abe has leon studying china painting water color and stenciling from one of the Ancst teachers In the West R M Jackson Jr and wife of Pittsburg have returned home after a spendslow ID SUMMER BAIItEI4JNStta- S J t LAST CLEARANCE SALE I Beginning today offer remainder various lines Summer Dresses Suits prices really them Most these entirely since June ordinary seas9nwQuld save been quickly values 1 READ THE CAREFULLY entirely style July choice a f j FEoOQ aaof OOQ H IfJli fG i Wash Dresses Less Than Price r t a number of very choice dresses still in stock These are made fine ginghams and reps offer G them less than onehalf former linen dresses three T I Q750lIandsome 820 II embroidered linen dreeeer p were r gh diesses reduced from 8750 Ad 95wereRep U dresses Wash Suits Less Than Half v n Z 4 1I 50Handsome three only were linen 830 sutra linen suits 08 e 4LinenV r1Fre125Q PftlY 4 O 4 HF rpleaant stay of week with his parents here Mr and Mrs J C Hays left Tues Mho Jane Rogers of has been the guest of Mrs J L Jarvis She is now in Lancaster with friends Mrs Ernest Warren returned yes ter ay morning to Stanford to be with her mother Mrs Joseph Dallou who bus not fully recovered from her re tent 111nepsA11s Anna Miller Pey ton left last Saturday to attend the summer school aL Knoxvllie Mid dltuboro News yMrs Iko M Dunn Danville js thu guest of Mr and Mrs M S Baugh man Miss Llllle Leavell of Is the guest of Miss Josephine Car renterMrs E B Ritchie left Sunday for Cumberland Gap Va to visit friends She nod Judge Ritchie will visit his parents In Virginia before returning to their home In Mineral Wells Tex Ottenheim I Snlllo Doane came very near los ing his life as be was hauling saw togs to Win Dyebouses mill A boom chain broke and the pole struck him on the bead and he was render ed unconscious for about an hour Win McQeen has a bad case of ty phoid fever but Is doing as well as could be expected The little four months old child E J Pollard died Sunday night an burled Monday In the Pine fro burying grounds Hiram Kldd who got his should dislocated la able to work again Jomea Dyehouse of tho Drlppln Springs section was in this sectlo this week vlclting relatives The Jlttle Floyd cbnu of Floy Morgan which has been sick for mor than a month lastill hovering betwce Hie and death t Mrs Nannie Pitman has been quit sick but 1s some better at this wrl tog Andy AicKlnner and wife of Qa r rard were In this section visiting las week Short Local News NotlceS per cent penalty added school Aug 3 1910 L R Hughes Clerk For Sale Nice residence on Mat street In Stanford Ky the frontage of lot large for another build- Ing lot All necessary Everything in good repair Price J2760 A bargain see L Jl Hughes Stanford Ky Big line of d isat reduced prices W A Tribble Log chain lost between here and George Carpenters gate Reward for or return to A T Nun nelley 413 For Bale kiln for terms f Q 4 ft ft J f1 I t I lot we will of our of and at so low that you can not to all of are new and in any sold at full i Y as mi We have a choice line of new silk Foulard Dresses in new colors and Patterns all receiyed since let Three are all 825 ii and 82550 dresses andice oflcr now for 810 J to 10 j Half We have f of andwe at price only 81350tt Imported o i I Coat 1 rlce embroidered p a Handsome tailored a lradfordBlllc of Bryantsville Tuesday o was tax outbuildings information Charcoal the G GG w Thin White Dresses 4 WG495For Ysolddresses that sold i 2 95ForLingerreilrpesee that sold g g C1Iat 5 Ii l 4r t Lt a 295 Fine iackIIjk petticoats S205 K i 4 40 new handkerchief linen I 1Theelo offer 300It4te Bummer vests pure whiteyand 4 1Oc IIjktap n neck and arme atlOoreduced froml5oJ o W t i tiiiJIJ We a r sets of fine 14Al ldgtdecoratstiiaa Chi1j at 1450 per set c 1 full stze handkerchiefs made of very sheer 5Cpure linen with 14 inch hems 48cSevend excellent tyIof plain tailored shirt waists 4Of fine lawn Were cheap at 65c iil e TSON BROSi Danville lfliers who came to your store during our bought Is there any better evidence I i i in Socks ehurch linens bam enough Bee 1lrB Catherine McClary Ie Hot weather underwear at the r Country Store Iuwder tobacco and teeg cicokers Geo H Farris n Its like a summer breeze cools re 1 freshes and builds up your wasting MouneD SbugarsTannersw Count See the new tamed pictures we are t giving awaip fCfb Country Store George Hoppean Hubert C Car penter took the first degree in Ma 3 fiV opportunity SATURDAY Suspenders PRICES 5Fine liaMl14ir1 sonry here Monday night I icountySoiJeltorworth of sfockliero last weektBeware of Ointments for Catafo1 r that Contain Mercury u u fficreur via surely dtttnr tM MUM sf mat1 u eoapkttlr dtTMin ue wbolt niMm urr tat m I Uuoutb Uw mucoui turuct BirB IiatM niptlaawas do a tea toM to the rood you ua pombly sir me tram them luni CmUrrb Out muulMtuneby F J CIIeM d Co Tolfdo O ranuto M mr mtltthupon litlli catarrh Cure be fan you ret they TbkdtaOhiotold by Dnuenu Price Tie per bottle Take Hall Family run lor eocitlpauon YOUR CHANCE For A- 7DARGAIt This Range FYr Only S2425 See If GEOClie FARRIS r IEEconomyii Keep all Vegetables Fruits etc FOREVERr I NQ TAINT NO MOLDS jEasytosealThe only jar in the world k that requires no rubber ring R Order a dozen today 5 I T q T pt w E PERKINS I CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY 4 r I 11JJj pry iI rJ 1 I I 0It L R Hug hes T W Humble1P O r BIr CUT IN OXPD D 1 iLWe will sell you any pair i of slippers left In our house ata great Deductioni is the buy j NowII to 50 per cent in Vici ents Tan Oxblppcl tcl T y 350 Oxfords c l toc2 28 f 300 Oxfords cut to 198 l 250 Oxfords cut to lAra I 150 Oxfords cut tQll I Our loss is your gain 1 I HUGHES MARTIN COi f Dry Goods NotionsShoes STAR FC1 bt KENTUCKY 1 1 I A 4tc 11 LIIAGB FOUR TIOII INT1ll0R JOURNALTn JnnTflrv lIt tu TGO TO TIiD- Lancastera r r eo j L f Qt1 re FaIrx JULY 27th 1 T k T 28th and 29th H tp 1 a 1 r 9 101ft Arid See The Greatest J T Horse And Mule Show tf In Kentucky1 4tn f ft LaitesAssortment or Free And Pay Attractions Ever T Shown See BongoI A f Cataloguesat ThisOftice n LexingtoSTANFORD a SANDERS Crab KeQtuckyI D CARTERLiven DepotStreetPhone 98 FORD KENTUCKY Y rt 1 iI J 4If you have anything to sell in the STOCK J 11 Take to Nunnelles New Stock Yar He buyaand sel s every day fl year except Sunday Bring on your stock Beat market iu the State with vlentvof II- F About Fruit Jars Fruit Jar Rings and Caps vie will make you Special Price LeL Orchard 15 New ATM Stock treat Sale Ihave lor sale a bat mare Mule Tearold and weigh Ilw poundsgood and odJfiler UIUAIIIHINNItustonVIIJII 1 l r r n Notes and Accounts Collected IWe collect notes and accounts anywhere in the United States No charges unless we collect Also look after claims of all kinds Bank references Correspondence solicited MAYS COLLECTION AGENCY J WOODSON MAY Mgr Somerset Kentucky I High Water Mark I FOR BOYLE LAND PAID BY MAURICE FARRIS morninghouht MrIe on tho Lancaster pike the consider ation being 5191 per acre The tract will be surveyed this week The price was the highest ever pared In Boyle county for Improved or unimproved laud The next highest price land was bought by Col James A Shuttle North from H D Stiles on the Loba non pike when he paid 160 per aero fur the handsomely improved Duke farm some months ago Mr Farts i will at once begin the erection of a handsome cottage on the land He will also erect a large stock barn bestIt largely engaged In the stock burl mess and will operate upon a much larger scale when his barn has been completed Danville Advocate SCHOOL PER CAPITA 4 The school per capita for the State has been fixed nt J4 the same as last year The school ceusus Ihow that the number of white School chll dren In the State has gained while tue number of negroes Is about the same as lest year the difference b ing very slight The total number ot school children In the State both white and colored Is 745735 A WONDERFUL MAN Speaking of Mr IIH Mclnlch whose death oCcurred at hrs home In Mlddlesburg last Wednesday In the 86th year of hla age tho Danville Advocate says he was in many respects the moat remarkable man In this sec tion of the State lie waa the largest taxpayer in Casey county and and was a great friend of the plor lie could neither read nor write yet left and estate of 8pUOO which he bad made by his own industry Some years ago he came Into great prominence when be was filched out of 180000 by Glass Eyed Charley a noted gold brick artist It Is said that he paid many thousands of dollars in security notes during his lle time Skin Diseases Readily Cured By a Simple Home Remedy If you are suffering from any form of skin or scalp disease would you like to getrprompt relief and be perauaent cured by a clean liquid preparation for external ule1 Mr G L Penny the druggist has this remedy in stock and wants hta customers to know that it Is xtdiaeaseehas made some remarkable curea and PeadScatheae your own art any inconvenience loss of time from business by this clean simple preparation The worlds most successful medi cine for bowel complaints Is Chamber Iains Colic Cholera and Dlarrh Remedy It has relieved more pain and suffering and saved morn lives than any other medicine In use Invaluable for children and adults Sold by O La Penny WE CAN SHOW YOU PLUMING i In houses where none Hut the bfst would be tolerated Houses where expense Is no object but tho best rrtl most sanitary plumbing Is lint while wo do highclass work we do not charge highclasa prices Have us esti besurprisedmoderation of our figure8- Phone W K WARNER 1 88 Stanford Ky i 1 4 iRJMta ItiJJ c FARMERS DEPARTMENT For Sale Some nice Jersey cows Carroll Shanks Buy Dcerlug and McCormack mow Ing machine sections at Loirs Hilston riliN 413 Strayed from tho F Reldplaco one red yearling dehorned steer weight about 500 pounds Reward for return to Pence Bros For SaleTwo sows tied 14 ptga They are good ones C R Brnwner McKInney Ky 403- Kstray heifer came to my place Owner can get same by paying for Leap and ails ad J D Steenborgen Crab Orchard 393L For Sale Several fine Jersey cows nnd heifers ruglatofod and high grade and two registered bulls a Shetland pony by clue Eye Pony buggy and harness Lock Box 161 Stanford For Sale 150 bales good timothy ay 1000 barrels corn ond good 7 yearold work mule one yearling horse A W Carpenter Moreland Ky Strayed Ulack Berkshire boar trop ort left eat weight 135 to 16 A pounds Liberal tea tro for return pNowlandKstray heifer came to my place on Juno 18 Owner can get same by pay lag for keep and for this ad R O 313sStrayed or stolen Brown Lora mule about 9 years old Any Inform flan will be rewarded Jai K Fares 403eJ W Bales 6f Boyle county re rowed 161 head of cattle from L P Yandell Saturday They weighed 1400 pounds average and sold for 725 per hundred Wholesale Assassination CHRIS GENTRY LOSES SPRING CROP OF CHICKENS Chris Gentry Is mourning the loss of about 200 fine spring chickens which a mink or weasel cut the throat of at at his home on the Hus tonytile pike Monday The marauder laade his visit In the broad daylight and no trace of him could be found except that the fryers were dead with their throats cut Tho stranga thins about It ls that tha chickens were In 1 pen right at the house squawking wan heard and when th family investigated they were found dead but BO sign of the assassin Chamberlains Stomach and Llrer jury Is quickly relieved by the free application of Chamberlains Lint mont This liniment is equally value lalybowels to expel poisonous matter constipationbleways affords Quick relief Sold by O 1 Penny NanB NorthcoH KYrayAll Kinds of Farm Produce Stanford Brancht K Tudor Mgr WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR 10ldVScKgKryers 1212 lac Turkeys per Ib 3lOs 78ode55lcHides1500YellowLIME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE We can please you Phono 153 THE COMFORT OF The OMWwLE has all to do with the pleasure of the ride You will find our sad dles as comfortable as an arm chair even after a hard gallop And they are as comfortable for the horse too While you are lookin atone dont forget we have the latest bridles and the best of bits JC MrfUUIY StMftrit Ky 4 dJ I rt 44 U I 1 COSTComm- ancingJuly 9 Bn ingAug Owing to the cold wet Spring we find ourselves overstocked and have to sell these goods to make room for PALL GOODS COMING 11 Business is good now but it is too late in the season Wehave no room for our Fall Goods as our Spring stock is heavy so dont wait until tOO late Come early and get choice This LARGE STOCK consists of Clothing of Best Make Oxfords Under wear Hats Felt and Straw Odd Pants Shirts Ties Dry Goods Such prices nev er heard of before IAny Suit Trunk or Suitcase At Cost LAWNS 20c lawns 14e- 15c lie lOc 8c Calicoes and other goods always on hand Fancy Imported Hosiery roe Dote mad Sox 396- 2Sc 19c 15c He- 10c I 03e We do not only give you 10 per cent off we put them at be uptodateMens Boys Odd Dress Pants fi 00 Put 518 600 500 388 98e300 4 228 260A 4 1rM 1 9S 200 t 1 49 Felt Hats f4 00 Hats L 360 3291 300 rtoe250 198 200 d 1391 50It 1 19 100II 1 1 +r 79 Ladles Gauze Vests 25 ets VeatsP 19 15 11 10II It 8 Suspenders GO ct Pair 38 25ct Pair i 19 15 ct Pair 11 Mens UnderwearUnion Suits 986Oc25c Underwear Garment 19 Besut 2700 Suits 1803 169822GO20 00It 1393 18 00 11 98 15 00 9C8 1220 898 1000 693 6 00II 3 U8 c1 Boys Suits J7 50 Suits to 48 060 498 6 00II t 4 98 500 398 4 00 298 350 f 248 300 2 28 250 1 200 143 j OxfordI47c50c Fancy Vests S4 00 Vests 3193 60 Vests 278 3 00 Vests 219 1911200Vt150Vesta11900 fi Caps J92ScNeckwear t it Ii25cMens Butsr I 1 7935c I We have all kinds of Dress Goods now going at Cost MENS FANCY SHIRTS 1100 SkIrt at73e50c Shirt at39cBoys Knickerbockers 1160 PaaU 1 W 125 9ft 1 00It 73 75 Gfi 50 38 I HerringboneI 350 Pants 278 2282GO200II 143 150 93 100 79- Stnwi s Hats Of AlCKInds 35Ofatar 268 g J8 260 178 200II ItS1 50II 119 100 73 60 39 t Misses oxfords in pumps tan eI black patent and suede R Issico I Mens OxfordsPatent Tan and I Grey i 00 Oxfords 1328 360 JJ 79 300 260 1 2 29 200 1 ieS Ladies Oxfords in Tan Patent and Suede 3 50 Oxfords 2783 00 1 30 260 1 9tJ 98200 148 11 60 o 119 Come everybody andJet us pre7c our goods j I SAM ROBINSON 1 SIoIordrtr I Ai 1 tI G1 t t 7 11 oJfoo 04 f1i