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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): July 29, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 int1910072901_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 29, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. VOLUME XXXVII. The Interior Journal. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, Friday July 29th 1910. No. 4? KRUEGER HITS Lancaster Fair OPENINO PUT OFF BY RAIN CROWDS PRESENT BIO HUSTONVILLE TO HAVE JURIES DO NOT FIX TERM OF IMPRISONMENT Is Booze Being Sold? MIDDLEOURG PEOPLE SAID TO BE AROUSED ON SUBJECT. NEW LAW INVOKED TO ESCAPE JURY SERVICE THECOUNTY HARD FAIR NEXT YEAR -- m.r ft "l V ARBITRATORS ALLOW HIS FULL IF PLANS NOW ON FOOT CO NOT NEW INDETERMINATE 8ENTENC: J. W. ROUT AND OTHERS GET OFF CLAIM FOR EXTRAS ON NEW DUT SAY IT A BAD LAW. AWRY GAY PARTY GOES Tho heavy LAW EFFECTIVE AT PRESENT rainstorm of WedMlddleburg July 2S4 COURTHOUSE AFTER ALL. TO MAMMOTH CAVE. nesday caused postponement of the TERM OF COURT widow likes, the need mother The opening of the Lancaster fair until of James lllggs died nt Yosemlte Sat Tho county of Lincoln came out the Thursday. 1 ho entire program was Hustonvllle, July 28 So far ns known the first tlmo tho In view of the fact that the crimiurday, and was burled nt Green river "'little end" of the horn, In tlio arbi- set up ono day, so that Saturday will Hubble-Shank- s Don't forget to attend the protract- nal term of court Is on here, much law exempting men church Sunday afternoon after funertration of tho differences between thu bo the last day. ed meeting at tho Christian church interest Is being felt In tho oporatlon al services by Eld. Joseph Montgom who are 60 years old or over from Fiscal I'ourt and Contractor F Krue-jre- r Jury service has been Invoked In the It rained ngaln Thursday morning, beginning Aug. 15th and continues of the new Indeterminate sentence ery. m to amount due him for com- but cleared off before noon and a big nbnut two weeks, law, passed by the last legislature, Farmers whose crops were serious State since Its enactment by the last pletion of tho now court homo. I Mrs. Jeff Davis Gibbons, Mrs. Tom In the operation of which the Jury crowd was present, ly flooded two weeks ago, would bo legislature was last Monday at h The arbitration board, by a vote of Lincoln county Rent over a big dele-- , Gentry and son nnd Miss Leo DobbltL trying a felony case, docs not fix glad to have a refreshing shower now. beginning of the special term of the 2 to 1. decided practically overy point Danville, were happy guests of the term gatlon of exhibitors as well ns tho b" of punishment, but merely The ground Is getting somewhat dry Lincoln circuit court now In session In Krucger'i favor, nllowlng him the spectators and many more will go, Mrs. S. Dobbin of Peyton Well last decides the question here. Col, John W. Rout, of this of guilt ur InA warrant of arrest was sworn out balance of about JI.U00 ho claimed an Friday and Saturday.' Walker andjVeok- nocence. The court, In cases of con- lnt week for one Rufus Maynard, city, who travels for the Martin Wool-fol- k still duo him from tho county. Tho Wray of this city, took reds on Cnr- Miss Beulnh VanArsdale, wholesale grocery company, ot of liar-ro- viction, pronounces the Indeterminate charging him with using abusive lan members of the arbitration board Preston and Sallle Brook Friday lodsburg was here last week the guest sentence. The text of thu new law Is guage to Hoscoe Carman. Tho par Lexington was drawn as a Juryman, were Mr. Kd Rytior, of ML Vernon, and will mako any who beat them go ,)f numerous old Iricnds and class-hom- ns follows but his buslnes Is very exacting, so lies live In the Wnlltown rectlon In endeavored to beg representing Krueger, Attorney P. M. oft. He bad i.o 1. That nil of Section 126, Chap-te- r the eastern part of tho county. valid excuse, however, and was finalMrltoberts representing tho county Mrs. Allen. Mrs. Randolph Itlaln 36 of the Kentiicl-Statues bo restauranter, and John Morton tho A. H. Royalty sold a span of horses ly forced to plead that he wo3 over Jind contractor Looney, of Danville, Harriett Salter, tho best cook In Stan- - ,,"d Miss Sallle Cook who were on the stricken out and the following substitute therefor so (lint said section sc to a Wayne county party for ?37.". 6o years ot age nnd exempt under rec-nt- l wan lelectd by tho fwo as the who are convalescent, - the M Is now scouring the country round ford, ore furnishing the dinner at 11m lck shall rend: That He was excused. Mrs. James W. Powell delightful- - Jury by which an offender, Indicted third member. Looney hided with mlr BTimmU. uhleh Is nroof nosltlvu the new law. in search of another span. Jurymen also were exKnieger's representative throughout that the Lancaster fair will have the ly entertaine Mrs. Jennie Carpenter's for a felony, is tried, shall ascertain nbout crops ot tobacco In this Several other Several cused on this ground. tho only concession that Mr. Mcllob-rt- best meals of nny served on the cir- Sunday school class on Tuesday even- only whether or not wild person la section have abandoned on tho healing. Col. Rout, the cour: and the other was willing to mako being a small guilty ot a felony; If gullly tho Jjry thy crowth ot weeds that took pos cuit this season. exempted venlrmen, nil say, bow-ev.Airs. Jno. Ii Illffe's visitors thU shall so 'state In Its verdict; and If mini for enlarscment of tho smokesession of them during the late wet that the law Is n very bad one week was a charming quartette of tho Indictment under which lit Is stack. sncll. Dluegra.os beautl, composed for the reason they that a man does county officials have obout de- HOW COL M'ANINCH Tho of prosecuted charges an offenso conwere Jason Coffey and three clerks l attain tola ripe reasoning powers MUses Amaida Alexander, of Lexing sisting of more than one degree, termined to refuse, to pay tho days last week taking ltrt sum, until forced by legal pro WAS"GOLDBRICKED" ton, Lela Jones, of Lincoln count) shall find, and In tho verdict say, ot encased threeof his stock of goods nt H....1 he reaches the age of 60. Malen Lee Hughes, now of Dinning what degree they find him guilty, an teedinr to do so, though It Is nald Is a fine business Lam, Ala and Mrs. Jess Dennlsou, of niter such finding of verdict of the Vosemlte, Jason that both parties to the affair agreed mnn, and alwas knows how he Is run Mail Box Robbed by the findings of tho INTERESTING INCIDENT IN LIFE New Philadelphia, O. to abide finally Jury, the court trying said offendei ulng. OF CASEY'8 GRAND OLD MAN All things here now favor a Huston- shrill pronounce upon suchp ers on nil Hoard of Arbitration. Nearly all the schools of this county WHO JUST DIED. vllle fair next jear th week following Indeterminate sentence of imprison-- UST OVER BOYLE LINE "ABE" onened Monday. All the teachers of Lancaster. This exhibit will be on a ment in tho penitentiary for a term, WRITES FROM NEW BASE. this part of the country got schools AN IS NEW LAW Hustonvllle, July 2Sth much larger scale than any previous stating In such sentence and JudgMI93 I.ulr Willow Grove Schoolhouse, July 23. The denth of Col Howe McAnlnch, effort here and the piemlum list will ment the minimum nnd maximum Ahlch speaks well for us EX POST FACTO ACT? of Mlddleburg, recently has revived be attractive. Adams made her calling nnd election Public school will begin here Aug. time of such imprisonment, tho term bl:e taught last tlio story of bis experience with a The Hustonvllle Christian church now or hereafter prescribed by law sure, at Grove where 1st with Miss Bessie Gose as teacher. year. Miss Bettle Royalty is teach COURT HOLDS IT IS NOT, AFFECT- confidence mnn ten or twelve years has been especially foitunate In secur- as the minimum term ot Imprison- inn- iipr Walter Avrltt, son of J. R. Avritt, rhlnl term at KajneJ. Ed ago. Several Items have beon pub- ing Evangelist Luther E. Sellers, minING CRIMES COMMITTED ment for tho punishment of the of Wesley his second at Valley Oak. who was operated on last week for lished In the daily and local papers ister of tho first Christian ch.irch fense stated In the verdict as the ENACTMENT. appendicitis, Is much Improved at pertaining to this, but nil are much Philadelphia to conduct the series of maximum time of such Imprisonment and Lansing Lanham Is teaching tne this writing. School in Lincoln. Buslnoss has been brisk In circuit In error. Tho bunco man laid his meetings. The meetings will begin the lerm now or herealter proscribed Richards Mr. and Mrs. George Sutton, ot Scott, of Sedalla, Mo,. court this week So far hut one of- lians adroitly nnd "I'ucle Hone" step Aug. 14th but Mr. Sellers cannot be by law as the maximum term of 1m Is Mrs. A. R.parents Mr. nnd Mrs. J Preachersvllle vere guesta of Mr. an With her until Aug. 16th. Mr. Sellers fender has been "sent up" -- John Mc- - pod gracefully In 3"nment for tho punishment of A. Estes. Miss Mary Bryant, Pearl Mrs. A. J. Thompson last week. He was out on his front steps one bj natural ability, earnest and steady jr Cormack, a negro who was colcted Jack Hester and son, Allen, of Paint provided, however, In such offense, Watkins, ana sauie of shooting another colored inin, Joe nornlng nnd was accosted by n strong travel and experience Is splendidly the trial of persons charged with the (iodsey, Etta the foot washing ser Lick, were with Mr. and Mrs. John attended r, who Inquired the way to some' equipped for his work. Adams, In a fracas at Moreland commission of a felony punishable Sunday Hester. He has made a fine record. Her- by death of confinement In the peni vices at Trace Fork church Mrs. Joel Thompson and three chll church. He was sentenced to serv.i rolnt In Tennessee. It seems that returned trom lie Uncle' 1 ewe had an undo living In bert Monenger says of him: As a tentiary for life. If said person Is James Randolph has no year In Ui-- j penitentiary dren will spend some time with her has been at was sentenced by tho Jury us the the region where the traveler was tencher, a pastor, a preacher and all found guilty by the Jury It Bhall also Lebanon. O.. where he Uadberry has mother, Mrs. Garner on Cedar Creek, Elsie held that tho Indeterminate going and Uncle Howe ask him to around worker, Dro. L. E. Sellers has prescribe, the punishment In Its ver- tending school. near Crab Orchard. court in the graded position Mr. W. L. Dawson, the popular carsentence law i not an ex pwt fact visit his uncle and on his return to few equals. He Is tireless and trui dict, and the court trying such of secured n Liberty. Judge M. L. rier on Route Ko. 2 Stanford, tells us to law nnd there Is sumo doubt as to rpend the night with him, as he had to the book. I take pleasure In speak- fender shall pronounce upon such school at Sharpe was here last week selling that his horse shoe still brings him whether It applies to tho trial of cases, not heard from him for several year. ing of him. person a sentence ot death or Imprisat good luck. The tree was cut down goods for Shelby and Sweeney man came In less than one week the It Is desired that there be a com- onment for life, as found by the where the crime was committed back spent the night and the plot be munity meeting. All members of all Jury. A person sentenced to life Junction City. offectlve. In which It was hanging last spring, tho act becomes He Informed uncl-- i churches are urged to attend. It is thought that whisky Is being and now he has it hanging In a betRobert Henry was acquitted of gan to thicken ImprlsoiWnt under tho provisions Mr. Wilkinson, of VlncenL Ala., was ot this act shall be eligible to parole sold In this vicinity and a certain ter place. ahootlng at Hen Ferrlll, at a seventh Howe that he was the owner of a In the moun here Sunday visiting one of the pretMore-land- . character Is being watcned. gold mine somowhere lay adventest meeting at Mr. Virgil Roberts still goes tj as now or may hereafter be pre- notorious It has long since developed that our Preachersvllle olten. Any attractions Henry was defended by attor- tains of Utah and that he had a sped- - tiest girls In our city or In the county scribed by law. people would not tolerate the sale of there? Ye3 Indeed! man In the shape of a gold brick, an to that, ney Jeff Hill. The Jury by which an offender whisky and It the "Passmore proceedThu ball game here Saturday be- charged with an Oblc Francis, Jamefl Horton and which was In the hands of bis partThe farmers are trying to get their or, offense Is tried, before many crops out of a bad fix. Denham, of Kings Mountain, ner "Orey," all Indian who woa near tween Hustonvllle and Moreland was If a Jury trying a person Indicted for ings" are not .lames signs Sunday school convenes here every vrcrc acquitted In their trials on In- Uurgln. He claimed to be short In a drawing card and the fans from a felony shall find such person guilty moons there Is nothing in the charging gambling. Attor- cruh and wanted to sell for sufficient Moreland feeling sure of winning ot a misdemeanor, the Jury shall fix of times. Legal steps have and are Sabbath afternoon at half past three. dictments neys Hill and Oeorge Florence defend funds to further prosecute his opera- brought a sack of lemons to present by its verdict the punishment to be still being taken to apprehend the Mr. J. R. Arvltt Is superlntendenL tions In the mines. to Hustonvllle but the game stood 9 Inflicted within the period or amount Kullty party, but he Is being backed A mall box was robbed In this vicind them. against Steve The next day he and uncle Howe to 3 In our favor, and the lemons prescribed by law. up by men of his ilk, and thus far ity last week and if the miscreant Three Indictments been futile. Is apprehended will be severely dealt llencdlct were dismissed In connec- proceeded to Danvtllo and from there went back home. Persona sentenced to punishment efforts have -. Our South paw twlrler, Milton shooting affray at More-lan- to n thicket on a form near Durgia with. , "X tion with the by confinement in the penitentiary In the Dlue Grass League Your correspondent who has Inditas It was shown that Benedict wl.ero they found "Orey" with the hard labor; and In shall be kept at Israel .. Mother In Negotiations were soon con- has pitched 16 games so far this seabrick. ed a few simple Jotting from elsewas not mixed In It. cases where tne punishment Is a fine where, will for the rest ot the year Tho petit Jury Is considering tho cluded and uncle Howe gave someone son winning 13 and losing 3. or Imprisonment In the county Jail, Dr. J. C. Barker has all Idnds of lum case of Chris Hutchison charged with In Danville a check on the National be PASSES TO WELL .EARNED .RE- send a few lines from this locality. or both, the Imprisonment shall uhootlng at without wounding John Dank at HuBtonvllle for four hundred ber for dwelling and barn building by close confinement In tho Jail of WARD AFTER USEFUL LIFE .. We arrived here last week and w Orch- dollars, got the money and handed now ready for delivery. Get his prices spend the summer with a good man tiilkerson. Roth are of tho Crab county where the trial was had, the 44-Mrs. Fiuy A. Combest. died at her here and learn farming, God never section. Ollkerson Is alleged to It over to the bunco man. He tried before placing your ard unless otherwise provided; and the county, Saturday made a finer country than our own Be prepared for an agreeable surhare found Hutchison on his premises. to get a larger sum from the Fanners' prisoner shatt'also be confined in the home at Phil Casey Hutchl-onNational Dank at Danville but cash- prise when you draw a prize In the Jail until the fine and coats are paid, July 23rd. The end came peacefully Kentucky and none finer in Kentucky nt night nnd was shot at by ier Geo. W Welsh refused to furnish coming art gallery. after an lllnes of three wreka with than the county between Hustonvllle unless otherwlso provided. it. believing that he was In the hands Y.Fcr two days, Friday and Saturday part of acts In typhoid fever. She waa born Feb. and Stanford, Danville and Lancas2. All acts and Aug. 5th and 0th the Llpps Sisters conflict herewith are hereby re IT, 18C9, and wa3 the fourth of the ter. of sharpers. The farms are ranches la $400 and seeing will Inaugurate a grand clearance After receiving the Amateir Ball League seven children of S..T. and CtEmlly size and are large enough to mako pealed . Approved Mtrch 7, 1910. -that uncle Howe couldn't raise any sle, regardless of cost, of millinery, n Carson. She was a sister of the late six or more farms each. who died Aug. ORGANIZED AT DANVILLE AND moru thu man disappeared. He latcc ladles'-drgoods, ladles' skirts shirt we did not see a late James B. Carson For a whole week 44-- 2 new wrote uncle Howe that the brick was waists, hosiery, notions etc. 22 1909. The surviving children are copy of the I. J., and can truly say wo STANFORD IS OUT IN COLD mariner marworth only tour dollars, the value of J R. Carson and Mrs. Kate Cundlff, felt like a of Phil. The deceased was married ooned on a desert Island ot a boundStanford' base ball team died out the brass It contained and gave him ELECTED FOR KINGS MOUNTAIN Nearly AD For M'Creary March 11th, 1886, to F. W. CombosL less sea. The I. J., should be as staple soon after the high school team bad thin advice, "small fish should swim GRADED SCHOOL game and Uncle Howe waa near tho shore." won its 20th straight who died July 21st, 1892. She was a as bread and butter in th home. "ABE." early In the season, and not one of the directors of the National NINTH DEMOCRATS DISTRICT faithful member of the Christian Kings Mountain July 28. vnough Interest could be aroused to Dank hero and would occasionally NOMINATE FIELDS The trustees of Kings Mountain church, having confessed the Savior got this city In tho Central Kentucky brln? along bis gold brick when atGraded School elected Mr. W. D. more than IS years ago. uesiaes tne McKinney. W, F Fields, of Carter county, this Quarles. of Carter county as princi sister and brother she leaves an Leaguo. which was organized In Dan- tending a meeting of the board. Ho would then tell over tho story and h week nominated for congress by tho pal, Mr. Irvln who had beon previous- only daughter and mother to mourn ville last Tuesday. Wood Voorhlos, of Harrodsburg, enjoyed It as much as any of his hetr-ers- . democrats of the ninth district beat- ly elected, resigning to accept a posi the loss of a devoted mother and lov Well wo are on deck again after an He has often told Dr. Alcorn ing out Edgar Hager, of Boyd,. A tion at Germantown. ing daughter. A host of friends and absence ot a couple ot weeks and . was chosen president, and A. J. of Hustonvllle, secretary. that the lesson was a valuable one great many politicians attended tho Adams, Rov. J. G. Livingston filled his ap- relatives whose sympathy goes out everything is moving along the same Lcaguo Is composed of Danville. and that this experience had saved convention at Carlisle and practically pointment hero Sunday. to the bereaved family. as usual In our little town and every Tho Harrodsburg, Inraster and Huston-Ult3- . him many hundreds of dollars. When nil of them agreed that McCreary body Is busy nnd the weather all lost Sam RIgney wife and boys, ot Som week was perfect, for the farmer to The first game will be played a person would call for a loau or Is by far tho strongest man tho demo- - erset, visited Mr. Henry Leach. Baptized Four get In their work In their crops, we uoxt Tuesday, when Harrodsburg will someone wanted htm to underwrite n crats can nominate for Governor. His Mrs. D. Baxter and little girl, of had a fine rain Saturday afternoon, play Lancaster on tho Lancaster note whose solvency was doubtful ( host of friends will rejoice to know-h- Eubanks, visited her father here, Mr. would go look at his brick and then that be will make formal announce- - C. BrownC. Brown. IN CREEK SUNDAY AT END OF The band was entertained at the grounds . Harrodsburg wan repreROWLAND REVIVAL. home of Mr. and Mrs. John Beck last ment of his candidacy within a fow sented by J. Hal Urimes and Clarence decllno the accommodation. Mr. Dean Gooch and famlly.of Eu Monday night and ever) one had a Ho vvos a fine old man, subitautlal, ' day and begin an active cmpalgn banks, visited relatives here. Mulsburg; Lancaster by Arthur JosFred gc nteel and a friend to the poor. By n every county in tho State. Rev. J. T. Hosklns baptlted four good time eph; Hustonvllle by A. J, Adams, Mr. J. B. McKee has gone to Geor Mrs. Harry Jacobs and daughter gia to visit his sister and eat peaches. converts In the Creek nt Rowland Carson, Rowland Bishop, William hard work ho had emussed a good es HOME CURE FOR ECZEMA Born, to tho wlfo of Moreland Sunday afternoon. Tho meeting there Ada are at the araysvllle. Tenu,. Stngg nnd J. C. Dunn, nnd Danville Into, the largest perhaps In Casey that bo Does ltii dial rlhuteri rot seem strnngo o.i.l von. Smith a boj. Manninl mnnit- - ulilMi ' conducted by Rev. A. F. Bnllbach hns Sanitarium whero Mrs. Jacobs Is tak v.'ns represented by Louis " - ...K. I.. "boU.e o of other enthusiastic. between his widow nnd nine heirs. J. W. Thompson nnd father closed with good rosults. A large ing treatment. Mrs. T and n number Mr. J. S. Murnhy. has bought him gimple wash stops tho Itch Hnd will Mr. Dunu visited rolatlves In Grant crowd saw the ordinance performed. All of tho nboe towns havo tholr John Wesley of Somerset and Willi Union services ot all the Stanford an automobile nnd thero will be oth havo admlnis surely convinco nny patientmi county. organized and In good shape. i!ntilter. teums wash I composed of mild and soothchurches were held at Presbyterian eru to get their machines soon. Tho schedule for tho coming two tercd upon tho estate ing oil of wlntergreen mixed with thy- & WfJFTr.HPn MISTAKE. Mr. James Dyo will leave for St, church Sunday. mi.l nrnl plvrnrlne. olp . nnil known ll weeks Is as follows: MAKING LIFE SAFER Rev. J. J. DIckoy preached a very Louis soon to make his future homo n n n nrncxrlntlnn U'a dn nnl knniv to endure the Itching, painful distress Everywhere life Is being made more ,A. 'in ti,.. n n n iniirnnrio win of piles. There s no need to. uisivu: strong sermon on Christian unity. Aug. 2. Harrodsburg at Lancaster. and wa bate to lose him and hope work of Dr. Kings t offer, as the "I suffered much from piles,' vwltog Aug. 4. Lancaster nt Hustonvllle. safe through the constlpat ou, bll ous- - conlinuo tuo cuy, a. v. , Tho social held by the Ladles' Aid ho will have good luck In his new lo NeV Life Pills In romejy ts rCBUlarly sold only In l Will A. Marsh, ot Biier Aug.' 5." Hustonvllle at Harrodsburg, iieus, dyspepsia, Indigestion, liver bottle nnd has never betore been put mi i . n hror nf rtuckleti'ii Arnica Society ot tho Baptist church last cation. Aug. 9. Danjvllle at Hustonvllle. kdney diseases and bowel oa tlle maTiei on any special oners ftalvo nd was soon cured " Burns, Thursday was n great bucccsh. About troubles, Mr. Harry Jacobs, the monument disorders. They're easy, but sure, and jf you want renef tonight try a bot bolls, ulcers, fever sores, eciema, cuts $25 was realized, which will be used man, was In Danville several day Aug. 10 Lancaster at Danville. perfectly build up the health. 25c at t!e ttt 25c on our p9rs0na! recomrnen. chapped hands, chilblains vaulsh be- for church improvements. last week and went back yesterday Aug. 12 Huston vllle at Lancaster. ny'a Drug Store. datlon. Shugars & Tannor, druggists. fore it. 25c at Penny's Drug Store. to be there all the week. ' ll I ntn' "" ' 1 a er uddll-lona- Inv.-ntor- E uaw-hor- 1 be-lor- o .- mncipal d e : ' l :, i. T V sons-In-la- - rAGE TWO. INTERIOR JOURNAL. Frldar July 29th 1010. ft 41 ! THE GREAT DANVILLE FAIR, m August 3, 4 and 5, 1910. 00O0OOOaOO0O0OJOOOOS0OO0Oi0OOOOOOO The VBRT FLORAL HALL and poultry deportments have been placed back ns of old nt The Danville Fair. Unlimited seating capacity. Plenty of shelter and shade. Attractions of every description. Reduced rates on nil rnilronds. Pony races, mule races, saddle stakes, Etc. A hearty hand-shak- e and a welcome awaits everyone. For further information, write, rpHE .1 I. M. DUNN, & Sec'y DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. t0$$OO$$$&O$$O 00$0$&&$$$$$ Interior Journal. Established TUESDAY 1872. THE TEST OF MERIT Stanford People are Given Ing Proof. Convlnc- - AND FRIDAY At $1 Per Year In Advance, 8AUFLEY HELTON Publisher Catered at the Poet Office' at Stan lord, Ky., 'ai Second Class mail. The candidacy of Woodson May, ot Somerset, for the next democratic nomination for clerk of the court of appeals, seems to be meeting with much favor. The Somerset Times says that nearly every county In the Eleventh district has voluntarily pledged him Its support, while demo- rrats from all sections of the Stnte are asking him to make the race. Mr. May has not as yet made any formal announcement, but his closest friends say that at the proper time he 1U do no. Mr. May Is the State Central Committeeman from the Eleventh district, and is well known all over the district. His wife was Miss Lucy NcKee, daughter of Hen. J. C. McKce, a first cousin of Col. R. M. Jackson, the old democratic war horse, and is extensively related in almost every county In Eastern Kentucky. It is not believed that there will hp any other candidate in the Eleventh this time and that the district will tine up solidly behind Mr. May. With McCreary at the head, and good, clean men on the ticket, there will ctrtatnly be one of those old time' majorities we read about, rolled up for democracy again In Kentucky. Powers and Edwards are having a dog and cat time of it for the republican nomination' for congress in the Eleventh district. All the republican newspapers have taken sides and everyone Is telling everything he knows on the other fellow. The Edwards organs are doing everything hut come out and in so many words say that Powers is guilty of the Goe- bel assassination, while Power's friends are hinting at certain incidents said to effect the Congresjmans morality. From what we can hear up a tree, It looks like Powers Is gaining mighty fast. He is said to be drawing tremendous crowds, while the enthusiasm for Edwards seems to be lacking It Powers wins a strong democrat or independent, ought to be able to run him a great race, If not beat him. Dawson Harnett, Rowland Street, BUtnford, Ky., says. " Some time ago 1 had a severe fall and this, together with the Jarring to which I am subject in my work, brought on kidn,ey, trouble. For several days I could hardly get about on account ot tho pains In my back. I also noticed that the passages of the kidney secretions were yery Irregular especially at night 1 decided to cure this trouble before It became chronic and as I knew Doans' Kidney Pills to be good for such complaints, I procured a box at itaecifitt0tt JmAm mZSenaaHMeftW i"aaW.aaaaLmam ' " I tV1taU ( K t'l'liM ' amJBBBBsaaaS tJF awTaaaaaaaaaT1 W C 'alaaaaaaaaV '' II I Tanner's Drug Store. Before I had finished the contents, I was entirely cured and I have had no kidney trouble since." For sale by all dealers. Price 60 n Co, Buffalo, N. cents. Y., sole agents for the United States. Remcmbert he name Doan's and , take no other. Shugars & Foster-Milbur- O TACKY PARTY. The management of the Crab Orchard Springs regaled Its guests with a tacky party a few nights ago. The costumes were quaint and in many cases very amusing. Manager Willis is makln It pleasant for his guests and he and Mrs. Willis always enter Into the fun and nUays succeed in making It delightful for their guests Among those who were present were: Miss Jullett Ewlng, Mr. Mannie Miss Ida Heinhart, Mr. Luclen Miss Dunn, Mr. Bragg Thompson, Dll-lio- I I I I ' t BUY MY TOOLS FROM B i". jf'ifi 'i 3 W. H. HICC1NS, I STOP IN AND SEE IF HE HASN'TSOMETHING YOU janfr ' aawtaaaaaaaa, ' til if I r V WANT M Stanford, Kentucky. rCTICE TO .SHAREHOLDERS LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK. I ,OF - rcg.stcmo Bia tiowoiJfpUaicaNf 'PQPEBBPSS TV'HjiPE&SJU KjEamVSLmmWfSavOr in. TaatSaflKPaiESr "faaarnt ( WALK Are to-d- ay -- OVER -- SHOES Jw)LaMi KjH Goodie Redd, Miss Charles Holman. Best-i- Holmes, MORGAN'S MEN REUNION. MaJ. H M. Taylor, who is now on the staff of Col. W. B. H&ldeman, ot the United Confederat Veterans of Kentucky, and Col. Green R. Keller, of Carlisle, are completing arrangements for the reunion of Gen. John H. Morgan's men, which will be held on tho Parks Hill assembly grounds at Parks Hill, Nicholas county, Aug. 16 and 17. The greatest reunion In the history of the Morgan's Men Associa tion Is expected. Members of the orphan brigade and other famous confederate commands have been Invited to participate and a great time for the old soldiers who wore the gray is being prepared for. The officers of the organization are: Gen. B. W. Duke, of Louisville, president; J. V. Bowles, of Louisville, first vice president; Judge M. C. Saufley, ot Stanford, second vice president; MaJ. 0 S. Tenney, of Lexington, third vlct president; Green R. Keller, of Carlisle secretary; the Rev. Dr. E. O. Guer-ranof Wllruore, tyiaplaln; L. P.. Young, of Lexington, Commissary. -t, wfiAT A SHOCK WOULD BE to come home and find the firemen In possession. Yet It has happened to tUftc en. others and may happen to you. And even If it never does, don't you think you would feel safer If you had your home insured? Ask your wife(j(how she feels about It She'll tell yoSJ to have us Issue you a policy today. She is wise. this bank, at Its banking house In Stanford, Ky., on June IX, 1910.lt was resolved that a meeting of the share holders be called to meet on Tuesday; Jul 26, 1510, at its banking office In Stanford, Ky.,to vote on the propo sition to amend the articles ot rssocuv tinn of this bank as follows. First To Increase capital to? 100, 000 and to authorize the directors to set price of new stock. Sscoud To increase the number ot directors to W. M. BrlgbL Cashier. At a meeting ol tho directors of the most extensively advertised footwear in the world. A pretty big statement, but it is true. Manufactured in every leather used in footwear and in'almost every style conceivable at $3.50, $4, $4.50 and $5 the pair. We believe them to be the best wearing and best looking man's shoe madeto-day- J. C. McClary, . 4 Pennington, Stanford, Ky., PKono200 & Fish H. J. McRoberts. KY- STANFORD, Home P bon OSlea Pnone.loT. Undertaker and Embalmor. M. B3333SHHa3SBSQ3S3S G. L. Penny R. II. Coffey E. R, Coleman i Prominent Man Dead COL. DAVE DUNN PA6SES IN DANVILLE. AWAY When Hungry GOTO Ice Cream Soda Water Penny, the druggist, has this remedy stock and wants his customers to know that it is recommended for Eczema, Blackheads, Pimples, Dandruff, Tetter and others diseases of the skin and tsrnlp. Zemo has made some re-"' """ " There will be no preaching at the n.nll.l hrv.h C.nrlnv Dgclnr 1I. " VI Mmu, on.ill. tuu; " and a booklet skin diseases kins will attend the meeting of the jou can diagnose your own case you and , minis er,..nd deacons and Way be own hon)e w fured schoo union of the South Kentucky any lnconvenlence or i0g8 of llnw Association at the Pleasau Tolnt Bap- - from business by this clean, simple preparation. list church. In Col. David Dunn, aged 7R one of the most prominent men of lie) le, county, died at hi3 home In Danville Thursday night after a long illness. He was the father of Mrs. M.S. Baugu man, Mrs. J. W. Baugbman, of Lincoln county Col. I. W. Dunn and Misses Cyrena and Mary Dunn, of Danville, all of whom survive nim and wcro at his bedside when tin enl came. SURPRISE THK1R FRIENDS "", .SKIN DISEASES READILY CURED BY SIMPLE HOME REMEDY. If you are suffering from any form or skin or scalp disease, woukl you like to get prompt relief and bo permanently cured by a clean liquid preparation for external use? Mr. U .L. and watch results. You'll satisfy yourself that you can buy no better apaint for the'money anywhere. Le our paint talk. Iteitauront Lnncntttr, Htrrct ARTISTIC Htnntord K. Mals svmxl at ai I boars up to 11 :S0 p. m. shades in our ready nixed colors. Ilftt place In wn'.for a good quick For durablity and uniform high meal. our specialty, to suit quality they are unequalled. Talk Rooking Hplendldour customrrs fancy new line ot all you like about "good,, paints. Oroccrle.. Then do a little actual painting Uot Coffer, Hnndwlcbet, pies. Batter milk sweet milk, etc., at all times. and with a small sample from our stock Carton's Phosphates Grape Juice And a Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNY'S DRUG STORE, w. a. GARON; Prnn. -I -- "" "" b' J. Spring & Summer Stock. perlence. Then price business suit or tbe finest eTenlng elotbeawlll bare tbat IndlTlduallty and fit which plainly Indicate they were made to yoar'meaauru. I will alto take- your measure for extra trousers, fancy re.ts. toe coattf and; overcoats. Hprlngand Homme, samples on nnua rtwuy mr juur iuimvuoo H. O. nOPLEY, Tbe Tailor, Htanford, Ky. ex. Haveour meainre taken by a tailor ot low yoar clotbes, whether a A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. YOUCANBUY -- ,! No Man is Stronger Than His Stomach cooicqucnt indigestion, or from tome other disease of tbe stomach and its associated orfans, which digestion and nutrition. Por when tbe itomach U weak or diteated there if a Ion of the nutrition contained in food, which it tbo fource of all physical strength. When man "doesn't feel just right," when be doesn't sleep well, baa an uncomfortable feeling in tbe stomach after eating, is languid, nervous, irrHible and detpond- dit, he is losing the nutrition needed to make strength. rs A strong nun i strong all over. No man can be strong1 who it suffering; from weak itomach with its Stanford, Kentucky, Your coal cheaper D. CARTER, right now than any Be New Liverv. Depot Street, time in the year. A. TRfBLQUSt Phone 06, J.L.Beazley&Co., W.Furniture and Undertaking. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Let us fill your Day Phone 28. Jacobs, Harry Manufactuter Jight Phone 133. bins with our FOX Dealer lu and Stanford, Kenturr. Marble and Granite MonuRIDGE COAL at 13 ments, Markers and Potts, Oeuivtery and Lawn and works, ilc Vatetand Kinney, Ky, cts per bushel, CONCRETING of Mettevs. Office anay thereby make Such a man aboutd use Dr. Pleree'm Golden Medical Dleeovery. It cures dlaeaeea ot tbo itomach mad other oris at ot dliettlon and nutrition. It enrlchea the blood. Invigorate tho liver, atrenithene tho kidney, noorljhea tho nerve: and so GIVES HEALTH 3.VD STRENGTH TO THE WMQUS BODY. substitute for & boo- Yea eaa't afford to accept a titrtt nostrum as loehoHc mcUlcioe or known couroimoN, sot even though she urfeat dealer little bigger profit. logrcdients priated on wrapper. Clean Coal; No Slack. CUT FLOWERS FOB SALE! I can furnish tbe public with tbe best, as well as tbe freshest of out flowers, plants of all kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short notice. Alto make a specialty ot wreatbs . for for funeral purposes. In connection with tbe abore, 1 have all klndj.ot Tegetablet on band at reasonable prloes. OUUIBTMAN GREEN UOUBEB. SO HUBBAhU, Phob. Htanford, Ky, , Phone 11. J. H. Baughman& Co. Undertaker and JJmbaja;, Abo Dealer ia Fun niture, MattingB.Rugt. They will exchange Furuiture for all Kindt- - of Stock. Give Them a Call; Price Right, en. Weareln potltlon todoallklndt of concreting, such as lilock Work, faTementa-and- . In fact, we can make any thing from a bontedown to a fence post. We can serre-yopromptly and guarantee work and material. Call and get our pnoet before you boy your material at least, nrit-clat- STANFORD, KIENTUCKY PHILLIPS BROS., auafen, Kj. TUB INTEIUOIl JOUIINAL. Friday July 29th botween 1910 -- 3T Tho chances that It would pick her up, even If It camo about and cruised for her, n lonely speck In tho ocean, were millions to nothing At any rate, she had done all she could Her philosophy for once stood her In" good stead There was nothing more to b done Bbr waa dead for want of sleep The ahy had ben slightly overcast slnrc she had left the yacht, but no storm and weathr there had conditions looked Just as they had and seemed to lie permanent. Taking the precaution to examine the gasoline tanks and finding that Indeed they had ben drained of the last drop, she carefully closed and locked them, thereby awmrlng her Mlvntlon, and spreading the boat cloak In tho stem sheets with her bag for a pillow and her strnw hat tied over her face to shield It from the sun, she Instantly dropped to sleep. n Blue Grass Fair LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY The Island 1 of AUGUST 8th to 6 $1,000 STAKE i Ann tpi,UUVTrot Jwo-Ycar-O- ld High-Clas- 13feh 6 Gy gC3i ir8ti on Big Days and Nights SADDLE HORSE Cyrus Townscnd by Ray Brady Walters $25,000 IN PREMIUMS Beit Hone Show in America. Splendid Display of Every Class of Live Stock. Illustrations (l. fvr'jM (Co jrtjkl la IPWhr W Urt Drlulo.) (tapN.4D CYNOP3IS. A young womaa east CHAPTER ashors ob a lonely Island, finds a oil tary innarmant, a young whit man, dressed like a mvh, and not able to speak la any known Ungual. herself and the yacht, and therefore she would sail straight away from It Consequently, she went broad off to starboard nt right angles to tho other course The gasoline tanks were both full Inasmuch as tho boat had ben designed for extended enticing In shallow waters, there tin enough fm-- l to keep the motor going for over 8n hours at full speed. The motor was capable of developing at lenst tr n knot er hour Hy the same time night she would be 240 mllr away from the prevent spot The yacht was going 12 knota nn hour Her escape would probably not bo discovered for ton hours, lly that time tho yncht would bo 120 miles away They would bo ISO miles apart by morn-Inmeasured on the hypothcuse, and by night, who could tell? At any rate, she had now done all that she could. worn and racked body permitted la the confinement of tho little boat She had abundance of time foi thought Time was when sho had reveled In such opportunities, but there was less enjoyment In the chances afforded her now That she who had Ifved In the high realm of speculation should suddenly become a woman of action, fighting for life, struck her aa a atrange thing Insensibly the conditions of her present exlatenco modified her pholoophy It seemed different, a smaller thing She was less sure and confident of herself alone In the great Immensity than In the erowdod city There were no applaud Ing thousands. She breathed no air of ndulallor She waa alone with her soul. Tho man who Is alone Is always faco to face with God, though his eyes may be hidden so that ho cannot see tho Divine. It was so with this woman. Never had she so craved other companionship. Sho would have been happy It sho could have believed that there was a Ood, for had there been a God ahe would not have felt so deserted. So she fought on against her soul and her circumstances a losing 3 Running and Harness Races Daily s I Her condition was desperate; her prospects gloomy beyond expression. Sho was alono In a small power boat CHAPTER VIII. Cast Up by the Sea. Day was Just breaking again when the woman awoke. Itefcrence to her watch which she had taken the precaution to wind Just before she retired disclosed the fact that It was four o'clock In tho morning. Sho had slept unbrokenly since 11 o'clock the morning before. Her sleep had been a atupor of utter and complete exhaustion. Added to the tremendoua physical strain of keeping awake and attending to the duty to which ahe had enforced herself had been tho further strain of the terrible events on the 'night In which she left the yacht, and the apprehonslon of pursuit which had been centlnually with ber. Her first motion, Indeed, was to rise to her feet and scan the horlson. With relief Indescribable her scrutiny descovered nothing. She was still alone. Neither AERO-PLAN- E Thaviu's Russian Band of Fifty ,11 FLIGHTS DAILY HI deeldee to educate CHAPrnn It.-f- lhe him. She finds him In an Attitude of prayer, babbling an Incoherent Jargon. CTTAPTEn lit -- She finds a human ske'eton and the skeleton of a dor She lltile an1 a sliver bo bearing the na, John Tim ell Clitrnnck, with a date j ysarv before her Undio. battle. The sixth day opened dark andi gloomy. The wind had risen during! tho night The day broke heavily, overcast Even to her Inexperience' she could realize that a storm was at hand. She had seen nothing durlngL the period; that Is, nothing of which she could avail herself Twice, once to starboard and another time to port, she had passed low lying Islands, dim on the horizon. She had no way of checking the boat or ot changing Its course to run down either of them She had to go on Just fis she was. She" realized that shg C'juid never land she. vJi-driven directly upon fcotne Island that might lie In her' courso. Sho knew, too, that the cl oncei that might happen were very She had dally diminished the portion of food and drink she allotted to Eefself." "She had' husDaflded' ejrythlng with the utmost care. On the sixth day they were gone. She fi?KS y'in frightful craving which intensified aa' JfcO o'jjrajfj-- '' She was thankful for one thing that the sun waa relied althouKhjhe, heat In the humid, heavy, OVeMasTalr was something almost unbearable. Under the freshening breeze the boat went much more swiftly than heretofore. She had that satisfaction, but she had the apprehension that It the wind tin-J3- S t Herbert A. Kline Carnival Company For Catalogue or further information Address JOUEmHOUSE, Secretary, LEXINGTOfo,KY. CHAPTEIt IV -- She concludes that hef companion Is nn Arnrrl'an nnd that he Vina cast ashore on the Island when A chlM Near the skeletons she Ilnds twit n Oman's rings and a dag collar CIIAPTnn an Inscription "J V-- FOR SALE! Good dry oak lumber suitable for It of the rings bears C to M T. 8ept. l. CHAPTEIl VI -- Katharine" flrenton waS a highly tnerlaUred product of one of on the sex problem had attracted wide at tentlon The son nf a multl. millionaire CecoTfles Infatuated with her, and she to his proposition to put her the. orles In practice With no other cere. mony than a hand-clas- p they go away to gether A few days on his yacht reveals to that th man only professed lofty ,, ,Tl, Ideals to possess her. the greatest universities Her writings the yacht net-- any other vessel hor 11 I m.c "iV r any? smallest specie oi iana was silhouetted against the circling sky line. She sat In the boat musing a Ijdj r1 a McKin-ne- y i.iU" woke t0 UJo fact that MSBaieteaasasjetaM !jg2prt .., -j ne?2s hungf" Again she satisfied mta&t&i tSf appetite sparingly from her scanty rHAPTF.Il VII -- Katharine discovers that the. man li married While drunk She Believed That the Yacht Would and rapidly d.lplnlhlngj of food he attempts to kiss her She knocks hire . . Retrace Its Course. and drink, and then putting Ibe paet down and leaves him unconscious on the cabin floor Bhe escapes In the darkness, which would be helpless, the sport of rosolutely behind her, hoping and perIn a gasoline launch. wind and waves, after perhaps 39 haps fancying by somo cxers'-iof her She lay directly In the wake of the hours. That boat was alone la tho will power finally sho cou!l put It yacht, and the launch was pitched up great expanse of the Pacific ocean. her forever, she gave serious " and down by the waves made by the Somewhere about the8 jvere jslands thought to her condition. rapidly moving ship with a violence probably. Indeed, on the charts TBfiao She realized at last that she In of motion that nag sickening. There seas were dotted with points of land", 4hebands another would have aald were a palr"of oar fn tlie boat, but but they were small, Inconsiderable, of dodl she said of chance. The fact she did not break them out. She Just uninhabited, unknown. In that little that she waa so helpless; that all ber drew herself down In the stern sheets boat sho might pass close by many learning and all her training, and and lay there waiting. She knew that 'orTneln wltjynrj seeing trtenf Shebad all her skill and all her power were the clatter of the motor could be heard provisions, such as they were, "and of no avail, made the situation the Double Your Profits by Using an a long distance In so still a night and water sufficient perhaps for a week more gallffi, Waa there nothing over so still a sea, and therefore, al- - or ten days. After that Jllej.s she that ahe could doT Sb.e reflected Impulse was to start It at landed somewhere she would drift on deeply and as she did so the though once, she restrained herself and until sho starved and died. If a storm breese sprang up. She Judged that waited, watching the yacht rapidly dis- came, the launch probably would not the period during which ahe had slept appear. She could mark her courso survive It. Her chances of escape. In had been calm and still. Any violent easily by the light from that cabin any ovent, were worse than problem- rocking of the boat would have awakwindow. Her ear was keen and she atical. The end was almost, certain. ened her. Indeed, she felt bitterly any man wbo uses one. 54 per cent, of the food value of corn listened until she could no longer de Uut she waa happy. The first real cramped and stiff from having lain so contained in the shucks, cob. leaves and stalk, 46 per cent in the tect the beat and throb of the steam- ray of happiness which had entered long on the hard floor, which only the er's engines. Then she rose and her soul since the becfnnlnx' of tha boat cloak, thick and heavy, made a led by cutting and shocking grain; therefore corn hand-i- n great awakening, which had the motor. cent, by putting in the SILO started boat was provided with a com- ated In the frightful scene culmin tolerable bed. 51 per the field loses The of the stimuThe coming of tha saved by feeding through the pass, and although she could see no night. Illumined her being. As ahe sit lated her Imagination. breeze a gen5 per cent, total food value It was SILO is 95 per cent. was able to set a course In tho sterr sheets, her band on the tle breeze. She noticed that It blew star, she half of your feed and have which was directly at right angles to steering wheel, listening to tha steady from tho direction whence she bad Why continue to waste INDIANA SILO is within the the course of the yacht She realized, drumming of the motor, seeing tha come by her compass course. If she When the poor stock? $185 SILO holds or at least she thought so, that she black water broken Into foam by the only had a aall of some kind the boat anteed. reach of all and fully guar would be pursued. She believed that boat's bows flash by her, keeping the would be driven along. She must feeds 28 cattle six months, nine acres of corn and the yacht would retrace Us course. launch steady on her course by the move somewhere. She bad heard of ensilage and Also agent for the most compass needle, eyes She decided that those aboard her aid of and corn elevator would reason that she would endeavor turned the and anon to theher di- ocean carrents and drift but she Cutters, Practical ments. ever fast doubted whether the boat was moving, : : : and loader. to nut as much distance aa possible minishing point of light which marked at leaat sufficiently fast or In any the rapidly disappearing yacht, and definite direction to make any differSAVED AT DEATH'S DOOR she realised that she was free. Bhe ence. Unlets she got somewhere, she had hurled out of her path end how would slowly starve and die Just The door of death seemed ready to she exulted In ber own prowess; tt where ahe was. She stepped forward In open for Murray W. Ayers, of Transit was something of a salve to ber ul tbe boat and examined the oars. There Ilrldge, N. V., when his life was won- for the wretched humiliations wMah was a sort of a deck forward over derful!) saved. "I was In a dreadful had been heaped upon it aha had the gasoline tanks. She thought that condition," he writes, "my akin waa hurled out of her path and stricken ahe might make shift with the remains as any other anlaasi might (tare ef the painter, ot which ahe had a almost yellow; eyes sunken; tongue down htm who STANFORD, KENTUCKY done had brought toUds good length, to fasten one of the oars losing 40 awful pass. She was away coated; emaciated trom ORGANIZED IN J 882. frosn htao, In an upright position against It pounds, growing weaker dally. ViruCAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. free There were bolts and rings ot various lent liver trouble pulling mo down to so from htm. She was once aMr far as wind and wave allowed, the sorts en this little deck. She could SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. death In spite of doctors. Then that HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216300 matchless medicine Klectrlc l)ltt"rs master of ber fate, the mistress of her step the handle of the oar between cured me. I regained tho 40 pounds destiny. cleats or ribs at the bottom. At least Combine Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety She was glad In her heart, too, that ahe would try. lost and now am well and strong." Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. For all stomach, liver and kindey there were to be bo physleal cons Her training had not been manual, troubles they're supreme. 50o at Ten- - quences trom her brief alliance. Sha but'aha waa bright enough to supple- did not realise that there were to be meat her lack of skill and after some OFFICER. DIRECTOR. other consequences which not even all boora ot hard work ahe actually got F Reid, J. H. Baugbmaa, the water 'of the seas over which sha oce oar in aa upright position and seI. S. Hocker, President.. M D Elmore. floated' could wash out Thire waa a curely lashed. Out of the heavy cloak J. M. Pettui, S T.IHarrii, strange elation In her soul. She felt H. C. Daughman, F. Cummins, more a huge circular than anything H. C. Baughraan, Cashier. aa If In some way ube had vindicated S, T. Harris, oo. C. Robinson, alia she Improvised a sail with the Ind. Bookkeeper K. m W. W. Saunders, her right to be. There waa aomathlng other ear as a boom thrust across the . S. Hocker. C. Walton, Scrr.sthtss can and must be doss yet in ber philosophy and did oppor- teat between the mast and the little J. It-- Harris. Bookkeeper W. II. Murphy. for the puny, crying baby, for the tunity serve, could ahe get free from forward deck. The coat had been child that refuses to eat and is restthe dangers that encompassed her, ahe heavily braided. She ripped the silk less in its sleep. And since the basis vowed that she would prove It braid from tho edge, cut off the hood of all health is the proper working: All night long she stayed awake, of the digestive organs, look first to keeping the launch in her course. of the cloak and managed a triangular the condition of the stomach and When morning broke ahe waa abso- sail laoed by the silk braid to mast and boom. bowels. A child should have two full and free lutely alone upon the ocean. Standing The boom waa Immobile and the movements of the bowels a day. This erect upon a seat, from her low van- only way she could sail waa straight emptying of the bowela la v.r Imnnrfanf tage point ahe could aee nothing but u,uuu,uu as with It comes a clear head, a lightp before the wind. If the wind shitted, CAPITAL. .. .... smoothly undulating sea. She breakness Ox sten. ffOO.1 annttlt. an ...$ 50.000.00 sleep. But It Is equally Important to fasted sparlnglyfrom her scanty store she would shift with It She had some eeeetf SURPLUS.. know what to give tho In the and resumed her post at the wheel. alight control over the vessel with the a .$340,000.00 emergency of constipation child IndigesRESOURCES l and helm, but that was all. It waa noon tion. Cathartics are too strong and salts She waa tired and sleepy, but while when ahe finished her labors, but she and other purgatives are not only too W. M. BRIGHT. CASHIER, S: H. SHANKS. PRESIDENT' the tittle engine was alive ahe could waa more than satisfied with what she CASH strong, or but the child refuses them beJ. B. PAXTON, VICBJIg-J- U cause She had accomplished, for the cloak waa ieM&ttflftE8TER' you ever not leave It to Its own devices. their bad taste. Have tried Dr Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin? HAYS FOSTER. CLERK. a liquid tonlo that families have It Is muat hold on her chosen course as blc enough to give an appreciable been using for a quarter of a century. It U long aa the motive power remained. way to the boat. She guessed It might oiRBoronai mild, pleasant-tastin- g and promptly ef- - She could not lose a moment while Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Cartor.Stanford be three or tour knots aa hour. That W. O. Walker, the child, but there Is nothing better to that motor throbbed and beat. She would be nearly 100 miles a day. John B. Foster, Stanford; W. II. 81ianks, Stanford: T. O. Kan- be round for children. They like Its taste must be alive with It There would avtM could eke out her provisions and you will not have to force them to kin, Lancaster; J. II. Paxtou, Stanford; W. H. Traylor, be time to sleep when It was take It. water tor five or air daya longer and Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. She must put aa many she cousB go without tor two or three you. hare no t uod ..FU,t Sf It, Caldwell would like to you leagues between her and purautt by H. Cummins, Preachewville; Lilburu daya aftjtr tha laeferopi and morsel a sample bottle free of charge. send Gooch, Gilberts Creek. way you can try It before buying. In this holding the direct course aa long aa had vanished. Perhaps Later, ahemjgbt runwhen convinced of Its merits., you eat waa possible. down's' habitable lalaad lnthat time. et It of your druggist at fifty cents and grimly, handa Possibly, although And so she sat there one dollar a bottle, lust aa ihnn.imt. nr this possibility waa other families, are doing. The family of clutching the wheel through the long more faint than the other, she might Mr. D W Spangler of StrattonvlUe. Pa.. day and through the longer night and be seen by some vessel and picked up. as well aa that of Mr. A. P. Johnson of following morning. It Walnut drove. Tenn.. started any rate, all she could do waa done. Make your home aa modern for your family as a ice, that way and now write that with It In well Into the MR. FARMER: i It th.ie must have been half past ten on tha At runny necessity residence, and place yourself in a position to get tho latest market quotation onoyou are unfortunate next to food Itself morning of the second day before the Bhe felt better, too, because she had enough to hive If the at any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service sickly child, one given to constitutiona motor atopped. The alienee, after the 'made a human contribution to waa deShe no termination of her and you should which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with free Indigestion, this rmedv send for a ceaaeless drumming of a night a long longer absolutely fate. the play of sample of at benefits received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to Dr. Caldwell personally will be pleased day, a longer night and a still longer 'chance. the For five days ahe sailed to rive you any medical advice yo'i nay leadquarten, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Far- desire for yourself or family nertelnlng to morning, struck ber with the same steadily on, the breese remaining even She calculated the mers' Line" rate. If you are not at present enjoying telephone service, we free stomach, liver or bowels absolutely atrange sense of shock. aad holding twvarylagly true tor that of charge. Explain your case In a bad been running for the can immediately Interest you. Qur lined cover the Stated of Kentucky, letter 'and ha wlfl reply to you In detail thathours motor that ahe had gone 3S0 period. She learned the trick of lash31 and For Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana ami name the free sample simply send your miles at least on her course. She had ing the wheel at algkt aad so waa and address on a postal card or able to take aa sack rati aa her tired. EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. otherwise. For either request the doctor's Illinois. seen nothing what for of the- - yacht address Is Dr. W. B. CaldwelLtt.SMCaM (iNMaroaATSDi barn Doxing, Lumber piled at and Moreland, Ky.. at which points we are closing our operations. Eor prices and terms write or 'phone Mr. W. T. Earles, Hustonville, Agent, Duhlmeier Brothers, Cincinnati, 0. hr ,y r-- ln lejldw e be-ha- INDIANA SILO. hr mm Ask equip-convey- or R. E. GAINES AGENT Driven On for Hours. grew any stronger her sail, serviceable as It had proved and stout aa It waa, would be torn to pieces. The silk braid had done splendid service. but she marked that it waa now strained to the breaking point Again the helplessness of her position came upon her. She could not take dowa the sail. In the first place ahe was afraid to leave the helm and la the second place ahe realized that It ahe started to furl It ahe could only do It by cutting the lashing and at the first cut the whole thing would blow away. So ahe held on. There waa nothing else to do. The night fell In a burst ot rata which waa most grateful to her, but which waa a forecast of a fiercer blow, and at midnight the hurricane broke In full force upon the little boat Tha first Mast lure the aall from the lashings. Dy a lightning flash ahe caught a glimpse of It for a second, whirled away like a great bird. For aome reason, perhaps because one or two shreds of cloth still clung to the mast and perhapa because the broad blade of the oar offered some surface for the thrust of the wind, she waa able by the exercise ot constant vigilance and all the strength of which she waa capable, to keep the boat before the wind. Hitherto she had had no Idea of the violence of the wave motion. It was with difficulty that ahe kept her self from being dashed to pieces against the aidea or hurled overboard In the mad whirling and plunging tr which the launch waa suddenly sub jected. It was caught up by one wave after another and driven on for hours She could not tell how long. She lost all consciousness of time and of every thing else, except that ahe muat cling to the helm. The boat was still hurled One great wave after aa forward. other would seize her, uplift ber aad bear her on. The strain upon her arms was terrific. She locked her teeth and hung on, breathless, exhausted, yet de FIRST NATIONAL BANK, hr Free Sample For Baby's Ills IK Lincoln county national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. a fttiti ". ".!' RURAL TELEPHONES. termined. Out there waa a limit to her powers and ahe felt that It had been reached.' Tet ahe did not deliberately let go. One final and terrific heave Jerked her away from the wheel. She fell sprawling la the bottom of the boat, but had sense enough to loek ber handa around a thwart aad He there. The launch broaehed-tla aa l&eUat Aba waa turned kroaoaMa Is that o WU WulkMag, atoatlceUo, lit I THE INTWRlOft JOl lAlT USE ARNOLD BUGQIES. USE ARNOLD BUGQIES. USE ARNOLD BUGGIES. USE. ARNOLD BUGGIES. USE ARNOLD DUGOIES. USE ARNOLD BUGGIES. r l- -i a u USE ARNOLD BUGGIES -i i xi There's Nothing Better. Built to Order. Compare Our Prices With Others. We Solicit Your Trade. mtmmu9 g m PlHPPIHnHHHy mmT,---.- ,-- rTir.Tn-F-mmtmvammL mm, n 3 z o iMBilHilfwiP A NEW AXLE. Before you place that order for the next buggy, stop and think of AXLES. Think of SHELDON'S Ton Don axles, made with a case hardened spindle with brass lined boxing that never wears out. Guaranteed to wear out any buggy and stay tight. It wears and wears and wears. The first axle worth speaking about above a whisper. YOUR CHANCE. Special for 30 days. Beginning with this issue, a $12 job of painting and 8 Firestone rubber tires for $25. Remember we make your old buggy look a new one. Oiling your old buggy top included in this job Do this today and get them by fair time.AIso have rubber tires at $12 and$14 Compare our prices with others. Best round edge steel tire, 8 Gauteer, the best steel tire on the market, $3.50. Buggy curtains put on at $2 and $2.50. 7-7-- a c o o r a n . a z o r o m I I I I I I o c o o pi HbWIhb! 49BB9BBBlBHBBHRVflBpMIB'PnHBfBBnr1BV VlBBB9MnlBIBVSBHBBBKBBBBnBlBBM'BNBBBVPBBl c II) m 'vin(WMimw o p o o z x 1 w I I BffiBBBBy fBBBBBBMBBBBMiiBhaBBMBBBBBTBBHytiBBw c bHbbbV-'-A- ' ,our order of best 28 oum green back at $'--'; made of 3 oz rubber, $'2.50. rubber; A new buggy top made of 3- -' oz rubber, including joints, bows and linings, complete, $1- -. New top with old joints and boes, $10. New top with old lining, 8. Write us for all kinds of carriage repairing, trimming, and painting. If you can not decide how you would like to have your job painted, here arc a few good colors that arc popular: Black with broad line blue; red with broad line black, edged with gold; blue, striped with fine line. Buggy curtains made tu HHjQ 2! ffl o! 3 (C z J O ,L saioona qionuv asn saioona otonuv asn waes. Q ST ID saioona otonuv asn saioona qionuv asn S3ioona moNHv asn saioona cnoNuv asn Bring Your Produce Wh . Tortunately she did not cap size Instantly and the next breaker 2 filled her She lay, her gunwales flush ? BUSINESS CAfiDS.. with the water. Her motion was still violent, hut less Jerky. She was swept over onward by the vast undulations 3. M. NEWLAND The Indomitable woman clinging to Representing the thwart managed to keep her head THE out' of the water She realized that liutual Benefit Life Insurai ce that was the end and yet while she leading annual dividea4 ( Tao had a remainder of strength, while she could draw a flickering breath, JIB distinction is due to adherence the she would not give up. The boat, bei successive management ing did not pitch so 3ta3iplo much as before and she was able to maintain her hold, although every w. w. Euncr . wao that broke over nor drenched DENTIST. her again and ngaln. She wondered why the. boat did not Office at Resldr?. sink and then she realized that the CRAB ORCHARD. S'V. empty gasoline tanks which she had closed and locked, prevented the final DR. T. W. PENNINGTON, catastrophe; that the boat was In a certain sense a life boat, that It would Dentist. float so long as the water pressure Sears 8:30-1- 2 A. M. and 1 to 4:30 P. M. did not succeed In opening the tank jftke Myers House Flats. Stanford, Ky. Therofore, she was for the moment safo. Tho onlr Immediate dancer DR. W. N. CRAIG, would be the captlxlng of the boat giy Optiolan which would throw her out. Since ad Oculist the launch wns already full of water fDUw ovur H J. RcRoberU' stiro. Stanford, Ky. the woman did not think this wat likely to happon. She held on, her vitality gradually J. P. CIIANDLUK, growing weaker, hoping for the morn Auctioneer. Ing aiid an abatement of the storm I wll conduct any kind of sales in She had no Idea of tlmo, of course Mocoln and surrounding oountios. If She could not tell what the hour was 7"U want good prices for your land It was still dark, however, when a r stock, seo mo. Stanford, Il.D.Xol strange sound smoto' her cnr. She hoard It abovo the wild scream of the M. II. JOHNSON. wind and the awful beat of tho waves Auctioneer. It was a crashing sound, a battering sound, a fearful, protentous Bound rnlU conduct sales in this and counties. Satisfaction guar- The boat ran forward more swiftly Stanford, Il.D.Iso 1. now. Sho wondored the reason Tak-luanteed. advantage of a brief lull, she abandoned her grip on tho thwart and 7RESSED STANDING SEAM GAL- rose to her knees. Immediately In VANIZED ROOFING. front of her she saw a white wall disclosed to her by the lightning flashes. Largo uantltii's Carried In Stocit. She did not know what It was. The roaring sound came from thence. She EADS' TIN SHOP, Stanford. was being borne rapidly toward It. Phone 114. She was nearlng It with astonishing swiftness. The boat was moving mora quickly now than at any Ume since he for boute, carriage and ilgn painting deco- - upon bad been la It At Uat it broke buggy trimming relive paper Uunglnif aluo her conaclouni9 that the white topii recoverwl curtain J all klndf lucu .V and boot! made. BtopoverAldrldge't black wall was a bam o( foam; that the rYmltnibop Weit Main Ht., Hlantord Ky was crashing acalnat some bidden " Sorbone No. X- store a&4 that great breaker! were J J.BKLDKN. Bsooeoeeeaooooo PROFESSIONAL AND iot4oeooocoaao0 ". f ajv. water-logge- fra there The land that she had longed for Grass Fair's Classification It In Indeed lay nthwart her course. Unlqui Among Works of another moment she would be In that mass of boiling foam. Well, she had Its Kind. fought a good fight. The end waa at hand. With soino Instinct of the I.oxinKton. Kontucky. Is In the cen heroic, death would not find her lying Desperately she struggled to tor of tho richest ami most famouf dirtn. her feet and stood, balancing herself agricultural and live stockIfraising too tlon of tho United State not f the to the wild onward rush of tho boat. world. The renowned Illue Grass ReTho wall of foam was closo at hand For one second she throw out her gion has a roputatlon oxteudiug tc arms and the noxt moment, with a many lands, and of tho Interests with crash which she could feel If not which It Is particularly concerned the hear, the boat beneath hor feet wan Illue Grass Fair, which comes ttili is rcpre lifted up and hurled on something yoar tho weok of August fearfully solid Sho was thrown scuta the. Although In magnitude autl through the air like a bolt from a cat- importance fully on the basis of a apult A wne struck her In the back State Fair, tho Dluo GraM Fair which and beat her almost Into Insensibility is responsible alone to the enterprise of Its stockholders fur organizatior Sho was tossed and driven half unconscious ovor the space qf shallow and dependent upon tho support ol water nnd rolling sen upon a sandy tho people of Central Kentuiki fni shore. Blindly she crawled on. The maintenance, doea not trj to read waves seemed suddenly to h'avo lost outside tho particular product, wl'1 thPlr power Sho did not know that which Its section Is concerned at d d she had beon thrown past a barrier which Its further advancement mai Ir reef and carried over a lagoon and somo mens tiro be due tAlwas dear dropped on a sea boach; that only tho lng In mind the slogan "a Kii.ttirkj most unusual and gigantic waves could fair for Kentucky products." It .nlu reach her, but sho knew that they had from Us claaslHcatlou certain brecJt littlo power to harm her And so she of lho stock for whlih most sta'c fa.r crept desperately and doggedly on un- make provision. Such omission Is In til she fell forward In the warm sand landed In no sense of rriikNnt It and lasped Into absolute and total un- rather a courso adopted afttr carr'j consciousness. consideration for what is biliecd t (To bo continued.) be tho boat Interest of Kentucky nm particularly of this section The classification of the Uluc Gras Fair, Introduced In 1907 and s ncc ro c-1 Burroughs' Little Nature Joke. In iiia writings rrn nature John Itur stown u snm- of humor ns loiu-hwHI n rower to d'iirfvr new facta One tuty hy was attrn;tMl by the sight of eonw Ditto mounds of earth which be had not previously aaeu. "I found h tluy leaf of pollen here prepared for the sustenance of t)t grub whn it ahouM be hatched." be say "It Is prepared by the 'spider autrnRette.' the female uf the wolf aphler. I hat named her this she so far outranks the males of (lila variety The latter are both small and of little dow not ,kto int Hut th snffragc-ttt Af i ist Ion lore and she ha been w allow ! up by n greater an itrei,s sat, I ornct a d-t -1 To 'U$. oproed a produce Uuie on Sm-crtiret iad vill py trie hijlil mirlrt ptwe lor all Imth ol taurtlry produce. Bnng ui )OW Huti. .. M O. DASTIN t CO Sualoid, Ky BLACKSiMITiriXG! .jr HlMkiiulblM..nwl rpd. rnl rtmlr Mora to lu llofw thiwliic Hail(aetlun uuantHtwt, tliuii oiipc-ll- " I'bllliiw' CTinori'lf tw. J MKH IIIUfKWTT htanfurd. Ky. Bring 0 gmmmmmmmt EXCURSION L&N. TI7VTETKBLE I I I I No. a, hontti. Mi.U A x No. It, North. 4149 a. h. So. :i,Houth. tliMj., u. 1 4)1.2 I CINCINNATI AND RETURN JOS. S, RIOE, Agent. No.lT7,ie:3tiA. SI. No. Ii.IlWl". m. No.!, Nnrtli.S-t- f. u. MASON'S MEET. I Lincoln IrfHluf.N'o.M. K. A A. .l. will: ,., t "I mvu urn thlnl MonUny lUgbta otmnli monlli. nt JII1U T.J) oV lo. k In tbelr Imll on main trwt, KrU ky Memtwra u( ltvr lotlna urefian. fru. trriutllt lnltwl to Iw irnut. f. y i'uii. nlnirton Hs). "'" . . s t XTrr OOME KENTUCKY - REMEMBER - FAIR DATE8 g the PICTURE" AT SHOW jrj7BELDEN," Walton's Opera House EACH -- - N1QHT .!?, atllrmed, is unique among works of It kind. No other fair over su cecdci In separating completely and tn Irclv breeding and show classos in Its hor-sdepartments. Tho former are proId id for the three great Atnericar breeds, the only three with whlet' Kentucky Is In any senso conrcrncd The show classes a.-- thrown open tt the world, specifications o; individual lty being the only conki!ervln tnker into account. Competent Judges haw pronounced the borne show at th JUuo Grass Fair tho best In America No where else can such a display ol breeding stock be found, no where els do Dotn saddle and harness rings fll so well or offer contests so stlrrlnj and satisfactory to the lover of th I SUNDAY I w urrij v qil j i. t City mm I 27- -3 days. Versailles, Aug-days, Danville, Aug. 3- -3 days. Lexington, Auk. Taylorsville, Aug. 9- -4 days. Harrodsburg, Autr 9- -4 days, llrodhead, Auk. 173 days. A .iRltst 17. IS and 19 huvu been so-as tho dates for tho Furry t Illy tnip Lancaster, July 34 ed I I SPECIAL TRAIN I mn Lv. 5:56 A. M. AIK IICKKT AStNT TOR fASIICUUIJ aB horse. Shelbyville, Aug. 234 days. London, Aug. 234 days. Nlcbolasville, Aug. 303 days. Uarbourviile, Aug;. 313 days. Montlcello, Sept. 0,- -3 days, Glasgow, Sept. 234 days. State Fair, Louisville, 'Sept. days. 12- -0 . - t ;;. jfc' j 1 Friday July 29th 1010. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. TAOE FIVE. We Certainly Tn ... Have Been Lucky ,.. ... L Lr. J nteasinrf the large number of custo-rssTT- ? vsi&ifariniers vviiu tame lu our biure during our . t Jr-rgSsp bought. Is there any better evidence ;reat sale. Those who came and the values we are giving r Did vou tfetvour share? If not, there is one more ormortunitv for vou. We will continue many cut prices until SAT URDAY, JULY 23. We have some excellent values in Slippers, Shoes, Hose, Underwear, Shirts, Socks, Lawns. Ducks,, i;jF sawp i o. Cottons, Ribbons, buspenders, etc. SEVERANCE & SON, .. - now linn of 25C " lui'io i. ipcclal TOlUCi n reunj I'fi, bOX in-- Stanford, Kentucky. grandmother Mrs. .Martha Fish Short Local News. Mr and Mrs. J A. Carter, of Lebanon Junction, have returned home lifter a pleasant visit to their parents 75 pairs of ladles' Ojtfords to close Mr. and Mrs. Curtis (lover. cut at 11.35. Cummins fc Weaten. . Miss Tanna Thompson has returned For Rent. nlco cottage of 4 rooms accompanied by her grandmother Mrs. Wm. Poynter, of Mt. Vernon. in and al! necessary outbuilding Mr. Oayne Culton who has been good sbnpe. Apply to John M. Stone. away for some time has returned to Rooms for rent; aUo stable. Mrs. L. visit the homefolks. Mrs. Sams and little daughter, of B. Cook. Hawesvllle, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Powder, guns, tobacco noes' and tee 0. D. Lyne. smokers. Geo. H. Farrls' Mrs. W. A. Carson and Miss Lottie, of Stanford, have been guests of the Notice. 5 per cent penalty ndded Mlssess Dedord. Mr. George Oebord school tax Aug. 3 1910. L. R. and wife also have been recent vUSr Hughes, Clerk. Bee my line of trunks and get prices. W. A. Trlbblo ! umi, lore. PERSONALS. I Tottorf Is visiting frlcnUt kKJfiJ. .Irs. Hmitn ana mtio son, Pristine Glory Lout ell, recently of I'nducah, were Hu-ktof Mrs. J. 0 Carpenter this v.cek. Mrs. Smith beforo her AGAIN RESPLENDENT AT was Miss Mattle Mae Lcavcll. ORCHARD 8PRING8 or flryanUvllle and had often visited .Mrs. s .miko raj mar-rlBRt- t, CRAD ... Henderson. here. j t 'i Mrs. Kate I'. Miller Is hero from of Springfield, l'a, the guest of the gueat o bcr Bliler, Mra. F. J. 1'lttsburc, friends. irame. 3dr!T. C. Collier, of LouUrllle, m ta Mm. J, M. Rains, of Lebanon and doodle Hedd niece, Miss Margaret Jarvls, are the ic runst of pretty Ml guests of Mrs. W. I Klncald. Crab Orchard. Mr George Johnson, of Chester, Mint Kate Mlddlcton, of Crab Orch West Va, arrived, last night to bo the il, and W. 0. Lcatell and '.Vllmoro guest of Misses Jennie and Martha , cre gueU of Wren. of Wllmore, imcv Louella and Helen White Mr. Hartley Flub, of Yuma, Ariz , Mrs. Lynn I'arsons and children Miss Stella, Fish of Vlncennes, Ariz,, vhs been tbo Ruts of Mr. II. V and Miss Ida Tlelnhart, of Oklahoma City, Okla., ore the guests of Dr. and rUnd family in this county. The Ladles' Aid Society of tho Mrs. J. 0. Carpenter and faralK Tlio open iiiet'tlnt; if U:e Missionary hrintlnn church will meet In the lee tro room Tuesday at half pnst two Society of the HapUst church will be 'clock. hold at the residence of Dr. and Mrs. Messrs Cnrr and Nellson, of Iouls- - K. J. Drown tonight. All are Invited. Cunlnisharo. of LcxInK- Mcsdaraes W. M. Mahan nnd C. T. lie, anil & n, tlroe over here In n bit? nuto t.) Dnimette, Archie Tra)lor, hae return ed from their trip in Western Kas. sit Mr. J. I Totten and family. Mrs. W. J. Doiler, of Stark Hie, Mrs. Del Dlackerby enme with them Us.. Is Uio guest of her parent. from Ixulsllle. Mrs. John Lusk, of Farls was the r and Mrs. K. T. J'encc Mrs. Mrs. J. V. House and Mrs. guest of Mrs, Joseph Coffey. Wilrand Simpson, of Kansas City, are Dland Ilollard, of Danville, and Miss A - tViu fenma rt Mr. And Mrs. Willie Traylor, of Richmond, are now T. Fence. the guests of Mrs. Coffey, v h V.bb. Jr.. of KnoxUlIe, Tenn,. Tho annual Sunvmer danco of the ilxhin his Erand parents, Judgo nnd Stanford Hop Club will be gUen toIrs. M. C. Saufley. His uromer night at the opera house. It will be ister nowan Webb has about rt-- a program dance and a large number tered from a slight attack of fever of bellea and beaux will be present. Louisville, Attorney C. C. Williams one of the The first regiment band, of ost popular and able men of the which Is playing at the Loncasicr make the t Vernon bar, waa ntre ior coun fair will come oter and I music. Is week. lljron Croake, ow-ll- irta I oe$$& aoa$tfWooo DO 1 ! I YOU WORK?! a Then You Will, Need More o o o Clothes. o a o Khaki Pants $1, $1.50 and $2 Shirts 25c, 50c 75c and $1 & o o At Any Price o Flow Shoes Maple Grove, the beautiful borne of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Eads, on the Danville pike was the scene of a very pretty marriage ceremony at 0 ociocb. on the morning of Wednesday, July 27th, when Miss Sophronla Eads be- cam the bride of Mr. A. I. Rankin, of Wayne county. The fact that tho wedding was to occur had been kept Lafkey. Ilev. Donohoo, pastor of the Chris rather secret and the many friends of tian church will conduct a series of tho popular couple will he mucb to learn of the happy affair. meetings at his church, beginning Sunday morning. He will be assisted L The bride was beautiful being deli by Hpv. W. E. Anderson, of New cately attired In white. She was preRichmond, O,. who will arrive Monday ceded by her little niece m flower girl night and take charge of the services. and met at the altar by the grooui, Kveryone Is Invited to attend these who Is a young man of handsome and pleasiDg address and one of Wayne meetings. Mrs. Win Mason Morris and bright county's most substantial citizens. A unique feature of the wedding, little son, William Mason, Jr.. of Muskogee, Okla. have arrived to spend the and quite a coincidence was that It y remainder of tho summer with Mr was solemnized on the IVUi annler-sarof her fnther and mother's, marnnd Mrs. J. F. Holdani and other rela riage; it being tho same, day, the tives. M- -. Hose Stewart Alexander Is same day of the month and the tame visiting her sister Mrs. F. L. Lons. . hour. Alter the ceremony, which was perMrs Abo Addams, of Frankfort, is visiting her mother Mrs. Jane Uucii-nna- n formed by Rev. J. T. Hosklns, of tho Stanfotd Baptist church, the nappy i Mr nnd Mrs. Mike Smith nnd baby. left over tho L. k N. for Cincinnati J. T. l. of London, have been guests of her land other points of Deland, Miss Gertude Fields, Fla, Is with her aunt Mrs. Carroll Ilalley and Miss Ophelia Lackey, Miss Martha Wallace Jones, of Kansas City, Mo, has also been their guest. Mr T, T. Lackey, of Litchfield, 111, Is tho guest of his father, Hon. Uabc tur-prise- d -- Crab Orchard, Julr IC The pristine glory of Crab Orchard Pprlnfg as the most popular summer nnd health resort of the South seems to' have been fu!iy regained If one Is to accept as a criterion the size and appearance oft he crowd of guest? v ho are thronging this popular old watering place this summer. People are here from oer the state and from scores of other state and still they are comlrg. Popular Col. J II. Willis and his good wife are making all hno the time of their llvis at the springs and the old town Is an merry an a marriage bell. by Mr. Lald Street acompanled Mrs Gearge Stephenson, Mrs. Milton KbU'r nnd Mr. Joe Elam had n very narrow ecape from being seriously hurt or killed when returning home Irom Stanford this week. Tho horse Mr. Street was drllng became frightened when the shaft broke and fell on his foot, causing htm to run anJ kick furiously, The front of the carriage was kicked away entirely and Mr. Street and Mr. Elam were painfully hurt though not severe. Tbo ladles were uninjured, but for the ery timely giving away of the other shaft all might have been killed. Crab Orchard Is full of visitors and boarders. Tho season at tho springs Is at Its lenlth and everybody Is themselves to their hearts For Salo Nlce residence on Maln Ureet In Stanford, Ky tho frontago of lot large enough for another biilld--in- g lot. All necessary outbuildings. Everything In good repair. Price 12.750. A bargain, see L. R. Hughes, Stanford, Ky, Dr. J. day. JU. Carpenter will lecture at Hebron next Baa- - -- ore. Mr. Will Brooks has returned and made glad the hearts of a number of little girls and boys by taking them to the Dripping Springs, for a days outing. Mr Dtirnle Fish and niece, Mies Stella Fish are visiting Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Carpenter, of Stanford. Fish Tlelnhart Is visiting friends In London. Mrs. Belle Cashdolar and daugher Gcotgia, of Coffe villo, Kas, aro at a the bedside of her mother Mrs. SlEler who Is suffering from n full which dislocated one of her limbs und is In a very serious condition. is critically II' Elmer Thompson with typhoid fever. Mai-vln- show at" WalUrate-'-Operopened Wedncs&y-- ' night with a very good crowd, ccaslf-"-erlnvery few persons knowing s&rarr was to open so soon. The peopta were well pleased with entertainment. It soothes, refreshes, strengthens There will be no show owlnj; and purifies the stomach, bowels and to the dance given. Saturday night Sidneys. A tonic that prevents Bum- - there will be the regular show as usu nier troubles. Such is Holltater's al. It Is the Intention of the manage Rocky Mountain ted. 33c te.i or to run each night except Sun iet at anugnrs u anner s. (ay( wUh two thousand feet of pic- Read the big ad, of "t'rab Orchard tures and one song each night, The picture House, g t hcreaf-sanatoriu- m in this issue. ter. DoesAYER'SColor the Hair not HAIR VIGOR Stops Palling Hair Destroys Dandruff An Elegant Dressing l2 Makes Composed of Sulphur, Glycerin, Qulntn, Sodium Chlorid, Capsicum, Sage, Alcohol, Water, Perfume. Ak your doctor his opinion of such a hair preparation. hair Grew Surprised Their Friends MISS EADS AND MR. RANKIN ARE QUIEILY WEDDED. Does not Color the Hair J C ATM OOWUT. Unroll. Ifua ,1 AYER'S HAIR VIGOR i "We cm PMsr " j'S h m have reduced the price on all Oxfords, Lawns And Fancy White v r t Goods W. E. PERKINS, ..Where ?.. Crab Orchard Sanatorium. s .L i L, K, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY J, - Hughes T. Y. Humble W. O. Martin. 25 PER CENT. OFF ! But our Chrome Shoe Beats Them All. batisiaction u-uar-tee- 0 ' DUCK BRAND OVERALLS Have one fault:, thev last too long i i COME. On any Oxford in our storeTen For Cent. Off i t 5 We A Suit of Cool Underwear Makes You Feel Bet ter After Hard Days' Work foot, ready for a days' work for $3. You will be entertained. An open challenge is given cmoers in swimming contest. Speed and distance. Club swinging exhibition. A lecture Feals of etrength. What is Nature-Cure- ? by H. R. Spitler, M.-T- ., N. D. How these methods cure, Lecture by W. J. pd- -' iniston, M. D. Dinner will be served at 12:30. Service according to the principles we advocate. Specia1 Supper at Quortette. Don't forget the day. Sunday, July 31st. Come and MuIc.l bring your .friends. 6:30. . i On all lawns, batistes and silk mull. Also big reduction in a lot of short length ' I ran dress vou from head to summer silks, suitable for waists, scarfs, etc. HUGHES, MARTIN & Cummins ThU store Ic & Wearen, CO., STANFORD, KENTUCKY. the lKme of Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothes Crab Orchard Sanatorium, Crab Orchard, Ky. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, 1 STAN FORD, KENTUCKY Wmmmmmmmwammammmmmmmmm iV winiw m nhiyi ijh ijaniniM m nr ,Wl(Jfflm TUB iW A m'wi ql SST C fAOES SIX. INTERIOR JOURNAL. Friday Julr :ith 110. Notes and Accounts Collected. !See L. 3ME g S mays We collect notes and accounts anywhere In tho United States. charges unless we collect. Also look after claims of all kinds. Bank references. Correspondence solicited. No AT COST over-stocke- d Fruit Jars, Fruit Jar Rings, and Caps. Wc will make you a Special Price. ogxgi' 1. COLLECTION agency. Commsncing July 99 Ending Aag Owing to the cold, wet Spring we Kentucky. Somerset, WOODSON MAY, Mgr.. ... (lovf-r- FINE FARM FOR SALE Located on tho Ktnntord nnd Ot acres tonhclm plko containing 13S welt watered, ono hundred acres In grass CO acres for wheat. Tin land produces fine tobacco, corn and wheat A tine young orchord ot one hundred bearing (rult trees, a modern now six room house, cistern nt door, cellar and all nccesnry outbuildings, two tenant houses, large barn, new silo, tree mall delivery, three hundred yards to school, 1 12 mlle3 to union church 111 make terms easy, V. F. Ulshon, Stanford, Ky,. Box 41 Phone 8 ring . 2 L SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky, s jjj and find ourselves lamoj, have to sell these goods to make For sale yearlings and 0. ItiiJtonvllle. room for 8ale nice Jersey FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. Southdown s bucks, II. , For Sorao cows. Carroll Shanks. Uuy Doerlng and McCormack mow ing machine sections at Lair's, Huston vllle., 41-- FALL GOODS $ il "oio S Eureka Portrait Co., .- .-. i)i Jl! ! I 121 fig fig 1:1 II of II a DlO Is prepared to FRAME PICTURES at prices lower than the lowest. Several hundred styles of moulding to se- lect from, No old stock, mouldings iresn from our factory. Office in Interior Journal building. Notice Por the next 20 For Sale. Choice of three fine Jersey cows, 2, 6 nnd 8 years old. T D. Nowland. For Sa!o. 22 good cattle weigh about 1,000 pounds. John Lutes, High : land, Ky. Came to my place July 13 a brown mare mulo. Oh nor can get same by paying fur keep and 'this ad. M D, 43-313-3- days we will sell mill Igl our tobacco hogsheads at at ill i!j "At p Oq M.A. JCENSON.Mgr., Stanford. , Ijl III oo white and brown leghorn cockerels 2 $1.10 each. We also have some tine flMOO"(IOBi9MOiaaMOiOiBOiBOMBOHOiJ"H'j mma T w for sale. Kings Mountain Planing Mill, Kings Mountain, Ky, IB1 - IUfifeJlL jVillfc,. YOUR CHANCE For A Nervous "I was very nervous," writes Mrs. Mollie Mirse, o! Carrsville, Ky., "had palpitation of the heart, ana was irregular. "On the advice of Mrs. Hattie Cain I took 2 bottles of Cardul and it did me more good than any medicine I ever took. "I am 44 years old and the chance has not left me, but I am lots better since taking CarduL" EM BARGAIN 1' 'ffiGSSffl sWlSlJi 4This Range For Only 1 S24.25. See - - - It GEO. II. FARRIS. I: If you bare anything to sell in the Tike CARDUl STOCK Take to LINE ,Th Woman's Tonic Cardul Is advertised and sold by its loving friends. I'The lady who advised Mrs. Mirse to take Cardul, had herself been cured of serious female trouble, by Cardul, so she knew what Cardul would da If Cardul cured Mrs. Cain and Mrs. Mirse, it surely will cure you too. Won't you try it? Please da t darner, Crab Strayed from P. Rcld place ono red loading weight about SOU pounds. Reward 1 to Pence IJros. For Sale. Several fine Jerey cows and heifers registered and high grade and two registered bulls, n Sliet'and jony by Ulue Eye. Pony buggy and harness. Lock Ilox 1GI Stanford. Strayed. lilack Herkshlre boar Crop off left car; weight 135 to 13 pounds. tor return Liberal reward or Information of whereabouts to O. P 39-Newland, Crab Orchard. For Sale 150 bales of timothy hay, 1 ee 100 barrels corn; work mule; 1 yearling horse mulo; young registered Duroc Jersey hoar A. W. Carpenter, Morelaad, Ky. farm, about 7 For Sale LAWNS. mile from Stanford; 100 acres of lnnd as good as jcu can tlnd lie Lawns 20c p Lincoln county. Tho upland Is lie 15c 8c good. 'I'he while farm Is well fenced 10c and never falling water, there being, goods always Calicoes and other ttvo good cisterns at tho door; a 9 on hand. two tenant houses. room dwelling, two stock barns and new tobacco Fancy Imported Hosiery. barn, 9iJx36; 2 corn cribs, granary 39c 50c Hoie and Sox Ice house, buggy house, etc Will sell 19c "" 25c " lie at a bargain In the next 60 days 15c 03c "" 10c Owner's reason for selling Is bad health. For further particulars see We do not only give you 10 per W. L. McOarty or L. R. Hughes. cent, off, we put them at and below cost. Newest and most up- FISH CAR HERE. goods you can find. 354-ncrto-da- te Business is good now but it is too late in the season. We have no room for our Fall Goods, as our Spring Orchard. stock is heavy; so don't wait until tho steer, too late. Come early and get choice for return This LARGE STOCK consists of Clothing of Best Make, Oxfords, Under-- 1 wear, Hats, Felt and Straw, Odd Pants, Shirts, Ties, Dry Goods. Such prices nev er heard of before! At Cost Any Suit, Trunk or Suit-cas- e Fancy Vests. SI 00 Vests 3 SO Vests 3 00 Vests 2 60 Vests 2 00 Vests 1 60 Vesta 1 00 Vests 3 19 II IN 278 1 1 2 19 93 19 79 158 Caps. 60c Cap 25c Ctps 39 19 Neckwear. 60c Necktla 25c Necktie 6 Nunnelley's New Stock Yards He buysand sel a every day in the year except Sunday. Bring on your stock. Beat market iu the State with plenty of ,ed and ier Ixxt iivemi jen, outside of Louiaville) or Lexington. 1 STANFORD, KY. Weaho V. L. M'CA ageneral hitch andfeed business. KIT.Pm E. 0. WALTON, L. R. HUGHES.S. & T Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford, Kentucky. j?arms and Town Property Handled on Commission. H. B. Northcott, LANCASTER, KY. BUYER OP All Kindt of Farm Produce 10-lo- tfc TT" bold. If you lis re Property to Sell or Heat Write for Circular to T. K. Tudor, M'a'r. WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR: Stocks and Bonds Hens, per la Kggg 1112c Kryern Notify TJb. Turkeys per lb 7- -8 c Ducks, per (b 3--5 He Roosters, per lb Tc Hides per lb Stanford Braneh 12-- 12 3-- Feathers 15-I- 0c X,. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky. Ginseng, per lb Yellow Root, per lb $500 Il-Jl.- 25 immmmmmmmi LIME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE. Phono 153 W can please you. The fish car from the department Men's & Boys Odd Dress Pants. $1 00 Bolts 79 passed of commerce and labor 643 33 60c Belts $7 00 Pan ta 4 43 through Stanford at 10:30 o'clock 19 25c Belts " 6 00 388 6 00 " Friday morning attached to regular 1. . 2 93 We have all kinds of Dress Goods " 4 00 alfish ot tc N. train young 2G3 now going at Cost. " 3 60 were given most any kind desired 228 3 00 " MEN'S FANCY SHIRTS 198 away for stocking creeks, pond etc. 2 50 " 1 48 2 00 " Congressman Harvey Helm Bays that 11.00 8hlrt at 78 he will endeavor to supply some 50c Shirt at Felt Hats. Da young fish to any who want them for Boys' Knickerbockers. ',- stocking purposes. 3 29 $1 60 Pants 1 19 U 00 Hats 293 I 25 " 9 3 50 " A WILD RAGING BLIZZARD 223 79 3 00 " I 00 .. 1 93 ". 66 75 2 60 " brings danger, suffering often death 1 39 39 50 " 2 00 " to thousands, who take colds, i 1 19 I 60 " coughs and la grippe that terror of 79 Men's Work Pants In Kaki. Herrin1 00 " g-bone winter and spring. Its danger slgnMa and Bird's Eye. are "stuffed up" nostrils, lower part Ladies' Cauze Vests. $3 50 Pants . 2 78 nt nose sore, chills and fever, pain in , 3 00 25 eta Veata 2 23 back of head, and a throat gripping you 2 60 1 98 " 15 " cough. When Grip attnekn. ai 2 00 1 48 " " 10 value your life, don't delay 1 60 " DUcovcry. 98 "One Dr. Klng"a New 1 00 " 79 Sts 1 1 1 c botUe cured me" writes A. L. Dunn, of Pino Valley. Miss., "iiftar being Straw Hats Of All Kinds. 60 ct Pair 'laid up' three weeks with Grip." For 25 ct. Pair coughs, sore lungs, hemorrhages, $3 50HaU 68 15 ct. Pair cough bronchitis, colds, whooping 3 00 28 . . asthma it's supreme. 50c, St. Guaran- Men's Underwear Union Suits. 1 78 2 60 " teed by G, h. Penny. 1 48 2 OU " 98 .. $1 60 Unlon-tul- t 1 60 1 19 ;; 39 60c? UoderWew-Gann- ant w NOTICE. 19 25c Underwear Garment 60 " 39 Thoae desiring to bid on making Men's All Wool SuitsThe Best Misses oxfords in pumps, tan Brand MadeGo At earth fill and concrete wall at the black, patent and suede. new bridge over Hanging Fork Creek $2700 Suits $18 93 $193 $2.60 Oxford . , 16 93 at J. S. Murphy's, will find specifica- 25 00 2.00 1.58 15 93 22 60 " 1.50 tions at the McKinney Deposit Uank 20 00 1.88 13 98 or at n.y oflice. J. P. Bailey, Judge I. 18 00 11 93 . Men's Belts. .... ' j . .2 ..2 AUTOMOBILES I SUPPLIESAND ACCESSORIES. AGENTS FOR rm' j "' C. C. 40-- 3 apiiHiiiiKnij 15 00 12 20 10 00 COO 9 93 8 98 6 98 Men's Oxfords $4 00 Oxfords 3 60 Patent, Tan and v Grey. 3 U8 Boys' Suits. $7 60 Suits 6 60 600 6 00 4 00 3 60 $0 48 4 98 4 98 3 93 300 229 250 198 .1 1 08 200 Ladies' Oxfords In Tan, Patent and Suede. $3 60 Oxfords " 3 00 " 2 60 3 29 2 73 ll l 293 2 '48 300 Flanders 20 $750 E. M. F. 30 $1250 Haynes $2000 Baker Electric 2000 to $4000 Studebaker Garford, $4000 to $6000. If interested, Phone us Bell 24, and we will gladly give you demonstration. .. 2 00 260 223 1 93 1 43 238 1 98 1 19 27 200 1 50 " " 148 Soft Walkers' Shoes and Oxford BEAUTY IN THE KITCHEN. THE COMFORT OF THE SADuLE lias n" to do with U10 p.e.tvtro of thp ride You will find our raddles as comfortable ns un arm chair even after a hard gallop. And C0c shoes 60c oxfords 47c 39c Come, everybody, and let us prove to you how low we are prepared to sell our Hoods. Ubk Danville Ice & Coal Co. a. Danville fr- f" depends lurgely on the plumbing work Let us fix up yours and the smiling face of the kitchen lady will he your reward. Men tell us thoy get better r.nd more punctual meals slnco we looked fift.tr the kitchen plumbing. Maybe you would too, if you employed SAM ROBINSON, our service. '&MttfayKMte&CfamJto7KTlK,teM W. K. WARNER, Phone 18a. they arc as comfortable for the horse Whllo you are lookln at ono don't forget wo" have tho latest bridles and the best of bits. too. Stanford, Ky, J. C. MeCLAW, Stanford. Ky Stanford, Ho. .AaA-k- Wj