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The Stanford Interior Journal.
VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 40.
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUE8DAY, MAY 23, 1911
EVERY TUESDAY. AND, FRIDAY.
VdQ Oil IF lAMF
niO CONQRES8MAN CAPTIVATE8
DEMOCRAT8 BY 8PLENDID
Congressman Olllo 11. Jainc, who
U a candidate for the Democratic
nomination for United Htste Senator,
spoke to a Urge crowd In the court
Mouse here Saturday nttcrnoon, and
xave lilt hearer one of the clear
eat expositions of the pronrealvu de
mocratic aplrlt which la sweeping the
country that ha erer been heard by
a Lincoln county audience. Tho audi,
ence which, heard him waa one of the
moat repreaontatlvo which ha ever
aietuuled to hear a olltlcal speak
ing In thl city, prominent democrats
and loading ineinbcra ot other panic
bcinK present to hear thin Mateamnn
who haH won a natlon-wldo reputation
by tho honesty and f,i'r or hi light
lor the people ngnlnst the predatory
intercut during hi twelve years In
tho lower House of Congress. So all
ant and devoted ha been hi cham
pionship or the right of the people
that hi friend believe ho U Justly
entitled t promotion now when de
mocracy neeniH on the vrgo or coming
Into her own again and her prospect
ao brilliant for the election or n de
mocrntlc senate and preldenl next
Congressman Jumcs clearly
porously denounced tho republican ,, Hntllrjny cr sister Miss Willie
robber tarilf and showed. In words ' l'rntirlit accompanied her rome.
simple, that a child could understand j M ,)r ,. t,.ntrm nnd daughter
how the republican tarirr luid been H(,ro , iuimjn,, prj,ay.
Irnmed to bcnellt th- tnisui and tnj ,MrB, u, ,p nm', cft aRt nook
creaso tho burden or thu poor uiau. fl)r .Mru,inHVuio to visit her sister
Ho devoted most or Ills speech to ex'Mri , , ).ulH
plnnatlons ot democratic doctrines Ior w A i)aUh )f Ml Vornon
which he stand, and dunng the tatter (tow, f(ri(t or 0 wcc HIIcynK
part of hi address discussed ntlengti A,,ny entltVd "mother Joslnh"
tliu record which Senator Paynter has wal ,,a,,,j (,,. Thursday night. A
made dining his yenra In tho Son- Irpi rroW(J attended nnd every ono
ate. lie told or Paynter' pair with wm ,lon, ruling trnt tii,.y ,a, n.
Cugscnhclm. tho millionaire '"P"1'" ' celved their money' worth,
cm trom Colorado, or whom It was ,,,, )onlnm wn Mt Vernon be
said thnt "Colorado was put up to the Vl,,,,n rnllm Sundny.
highest bidder ann t.uggeiinein
LouRht It." nnd to clinch manor reaci t!l). Ml. ,,, wh m)Hl I)roma,,.
C.URKenhelm' latter to I'nynter In ywirH. work t'ommi-ncement becan
which tho former explained that he Monday nlRlit and lasted until Wednog
nunc to vote on certain bills In the lUy ,,,,, A vuWc Pt,.rtaltimenl
Senate when paired with 1'ayntur by ua- .luin vacU nif.lit u. ,,, IIII)ls
saying that ho was not wnre at tho B1(, l(, iaccn.,r,.nU, f,Crnioii was
time of I'aynlcr' absence from the rr,.acnwl -Sunday May nth by llev. C.
Senate Mr. James called attention to T .M)rhrl Tll0 radun,.,, Woro Ktta
tho fact tho' I'ayntej as a deskmate ,.r,Ul KllI(. Cafti ,j()ga ,,lk, .,m Unm
ot tliiRRenhelm, tho latter tor several i;arsolli
week, Iwd not mUied tho Democrntlc) J1l(14 An(,k, IIlint of siaretsburK vis
iwnator rrom Kentucky. Mr. Jaiuei( )tP( Mr ,)n(h). UtIU .i,,.,,,,. com.
promised that In th, event ho was mi.nrtMu.nt, i),lra nianUm. Katie
elected Senator Ottim Kentucky ho ,,rCt.( 1)ron 0wM1H nll(J Kml 8owder
would make tlURRenhelm nnd the th-!w,.nt t ,Mt. Vernon frlday to take
or trusis uiBKimu-s uiibs iiiu. ..-...
time he was out of the Senate Cham
ber. Mr. James wa8 wurmiy applauded
throughout his whole address and re
ceived the closest attention rrom ev
eryone, though he spo:.e lor two tour
nnd a quarter. Wwhen he concludd al
most every man, woman nnd child In
the courtnoMi came lorvvard to shako
his hand nnd tell htm they would vote
for him In tho democratic primary on
July 1. A number of lending demo
crat, or Lincoln county who had huh-t-rto
declared their Intention lo suppor"
lilt opponent. Senator Paynter, boldly
Informed Mr. James tliut ho Mad won
them over by his splendid speech,
nnd that they telt that tho democracy
ol the state needed sjch a mnn nnd
auch n speaker as hlmseJr to help
lead the fight ogainst the common
enemy this coming November.
A largo number or democrat trom
Oarmrd and Doyle counties came over
to hear Mr. James speak, and it was
practically decided tlwit he will speak
nt Iancaatcr next Saturday. May -7,
He went on from hero to speak at
Danville Saturday night where he was
ureoted by a big crowd and received
an enthusiastic ovation.
J.eadlngderaocrat rom nil sections
ot Lincoln county say that James is
tture to carry thl county by a large ma
Jorlty. Many report have been pread
that large turns or money are to be
spent hero In the Interest of Paynter,
but the Jamos men are confident thnt
tho unpurchaseable democracy ot the
county will not permit their sontl
nient to bo ruthlessly violated by tho
use of n corruption tuna, no matter
how large, and plans are already on
loot lor a strong Jumcs organization
to bring out a lull voto tor him. It Is
bollovcd that the big congressman
will run nlmost as strong In Lincoln
county n8 McCrcary for uovernor. and
It I conceded tnui uio vuruorso "V
Madison lor uoveruor wm bwcoii i.m
ooln county by a splendid plurality In
both tho primary nnd general election.
for Sale. 1 1-4 acre lt on Mala
.. i-ii .ii.,.iMit.M
Street.. has bs.ro and all outbuilding
Haautlful bulldlBS site (or resldeac. Instead I usod Uucklen's Arnica Salve
... . d-.i .,.. nd my foot was soon completely cur
W. BUaford Rl fcstu.ed.. ,UtU nunii, noils, Sorts. Hrules
'" " '' Collier and Mis Clara
Colllcr ol Crab 0rchan wcro bcrc
(Wednesday advertising for tho pit;)
entitled Prnlher Joiah
Mr, and Air. I.. II. Hilton, of 8U.-
visited Mr, And Mr. J. H. Cuh Imt
Mr. T, J. Pennington and children,
ot Livingston, hare been vlaltlnr Mr.
0 A j,rn
Mil C'arrlo Upoonaraoro bag return
ed to Uiulavlllo to lake a third treat
men from Charlie, Whltemoon,
It. M. Newland, tho Insurance man
was In town Thursday,
Mr. and Mr. J. T. Cherry have been
TlaltlnR Mr. and Mr. It. II. Ratson nt
Dug Drown ,of la-banon Junction
and Mis 8 .Mollis Drown of l,oulavllle
are hero with their Brother Arch
Drown who continue very aick.
Mr. (I W. Drooks, of Williamsburg
li visiting her motliei Mr. M. K. Wll
inott. .Mr. It. 8. Martin U having his old
tobacco factory repaired preparing lo
iiinii! hi factory Irom Junction City
hero. Mr. Martin tin been working
at Junction City for a good many
year nnd wc are glad to lime him
back with u.
Mrs. Mary Albright will lenvo next
week for Casey to visit relatives.
J. T. Watson and granddaughter Mil
dred Itublii wro In Mt Vornon Sun
day to sco Mr. nnd Mis. Durham.
Mrs. Sylvan Horde tilted her par
ents Dr. and Mr. Krnucls of Mt. Ver-
.,-,, Knid,., hcUwi r0tll.(l aiJt Krl.
,!. ,.oimly fxnm nar on.
Miss Nannie MeWh,rter who has
been teaching In the (i railed Schoo'
left Thurisday tor her home m llrea.
Miss Ora Drown or Level Croon visit
ed Mr, William Drown and Mrs It. D
Sams during commencement.
Mrs Mary Steuurt en Pnlut Lick
and Mrs. Mary Albright went to
Maretsburg Trursday to t-eo iinclu
Albert Albright who Is very sick witli
Miss (irace Mct'all ami sister. Loin
of Mnretsburg have been lt.ltlng their
cousin Miss Jewel Francisco.
Miss Judith McCall who lias tieen
attending schoo Mere returned to her
home In Maretsliurg Krluny.
.Mrs It. II Sams Is very sick with
Miss Idi May Allan, s wno wns prin
cipal ot thu Graded School returned to
her homo In Mt. Verncti after hnviu't
taught two very succcsstul yearns hero
MlsH Margaret McClnry lert Thurs
day for Mt. Vernon.
Mis Klorenco Pennington who has
been attending school hero returned
lo her homo In Livingston Thursday.
Joseph Dupow Carter Is real sick
with tho meau'es.
Mrs A. M. lllatt was in Mt. Vernon
Mrs. Kd Newland Is visiting .M,ra
Lynn Parsons or Ioulsville.
Tho little daughter or Mr. and Mrs.
John Kvans ha been very Bick.
LoJ d Chestnut ot Mt. Vernon was
MONEY TO LOAN.
On Lincoln county rurms, In any
ntuount over $3,000 Hate of Interest
5 1-2 per cent. Term, C years, with
privilege to pay after one yoar. First
mortgage. If you are In "need of money
will loan you up to 40 per cent ot tho
vnlifn nt vnnr lnn.1 Vnr furihor nar.
,UcuInri) wrtQ tQ Q n swlnebroad,
Attorney, Uncastcr, Ky. 25-tf.
BALKER AT COLD 8TEEL
"I wouldn't let a doctor cut niy foot
off" said II. D. Ely, Dantaru, Ohio,
"although a horrible ulcer had been
of ,f w four ri
NAY TERM OF
JURIE8 DRAWN ANU JUDOES DE
LIVER 8TRONQ CHARGE ON
' OPENINQ DAY.
Tho May terra of Circuit Court be
ftan Monday morning, with arather
complete docket, and some Interesting
litigation I promised during Its course
Tho usual routine work of organization
or tho court occupied Monday morn
ing, and the court wan preparing to
enter Into the criminal docket when
the I. J.,'b report closed In tfae after
noon. The grand and petit Jurit'i. were lm
pnnneled, nnd Judge Walker delivored
hi charge and then called the docket.
The member or the two Juries are
leprcsentatlvc citizens of the county.
Urnnd Jury: I.. C. King, II. C. Hill,
II. I). Holtzcluw, S. I). Kads. Charles
Piles, Thoman Kcrrill, J. I. Honakcr,
T. I.. Carpenter, K. T. I'cnco, C. C.
Withers, Robert Nunnclley and I'orter
Petit Jury: Sidney Dunbnr, Plato
Culllp, (ins McCormack, Ueorge (lad
des, J. II. Myers, W. A. Hatcher, W. O
Walker, J. 11. McAllstcr, J. P. Chnnd
ler, J 11. CorkIu, T. J. Hill, Sam Catt
tello. Sum Owens, K. V. SandldRe, W.
It. Oalntf, Sam Dell Peyton Parrlsh,
C. A. Itedd, I). K. Karris, 11. I.. Horry,
John Newell and A. M. I.uco.
Judge Walker's charRc " the l,rand
Jury was regarded as a splendid one
by all who heard It. He covered thu
field thoroughly, nnd laid special
strehs u)on violations of the election
law briber'. Kambllnj. violation,, ot
local option law, nnd other infractions
ol tho statutes whlcl. are so common
In a (iniiinunlty.
In the calling or tho (locket, Jeff
I'.rjant, n local negro failed to answer
to his nnmo or n charge or carrying
Walker declared his bond forfeited and
concealed deadly weapons, so Judgo
sentenced him to ten davs In Jail nnd
assessed a fine of $J.-. and mats
nnuinst him. The mil docket ol tho
court for this term Is round on aunth
Mr. Clyde Noel and laniily have
been visiting relative in Durgin.
yn. M. 1,. Pipes has been HI for
l-ast TnurMl.iy evening (i. 11. Prultt
celebrated his ISUi birllulay by giving
a H o'clock dinner. Dalhiy Invitations
were. Issued out to relatives or both
lamillcs. An elegant repast vvas serv
ed and all left feeling it wa good to
have been there.
Kev. W. t;. Montgomery left last
Monday week for Lhtt:in(H)g.i, Tcnti.,
where ho will conduct u three weoks1
There was a delightful opening nt
tho Kllxlr Springs last Saturday. Those
who went from here vvoio tho follow
ing. Misses Klla Hanson, Mary han-
tun, Auhella Coulbouin, Mrs. Neal
Ada nnd Mlnelle Prultt. Messrs. Algar
Wed die, Harry Neal and James Han
Hon. A good cruud iiliciiced the couif-
Mr. Harvey Hopkins letutnod from
Stanford last Saturday evening. He
uaH been taking the teachers examliia
Mis llertha Ends a, so too.t thu e
Miss Cecil of Danville Is vifltliig
Miss, Kthel Cone this week.
Mrs. II. H. King is on the sick list
Miss llrtscoe, ot Parksville is visit
ing her sister Mrs. Hill Jennings.
Phllomena How I'oo-etlcai to
wooda are In autumn I
Jack Yea; even the leaves are
Foley Kidney Pills nre a true ruedl
cine. Thev are healing, strengthen
ing, antisoptlc and tonic. They act
Quickly. Shugars and Tanur.
TO THE GRADUATES
STARTS PROGRAM OF COMMENCE
MENT WEEK FOR THE HIQH
Tnl I commencement week school
Is, over and tho sweet girl graduates
and gallant young men are In their
glory. Commencement exercise were
formally Inaugurated with tie bacca
laureate sormon to tho graduates at
the Presbyterian church Sunday. Oth
er churches In city gave way to this
event and a large crowd beard the
splendid sermon by Ilor. A. A. Higglns
and enjoyed Uiu beautiful musical pro
Mr. Hlggln expressed great pleas
ure at being called U, thl, sofvlcc in
hi home town among the people he
so dearly loved. Ills text, "What
Shall I do With Jesus,, Which is called
Christ;" Suggested a lino both edi
fying and entertaining. Tho lesson
drawn from It will linger long In the
minds of young people tor whom It
was designed. He spoke with linen
cy nnd force, and his Illustrations were
npt and Impressive. Expressions ot
appreciation were liearc! on overy sldo
Qf the entire service.
CIubh Day exercises by the Senior
class will bo held this morning at ten
o clock nt the opera house.
Tho matinee recital will be held this
aiti-moon at tne opera house at tnrec
o'clock, and tho annual Commcnco-
itnent Kxcrclscs Wednesday ovenln
at the opera house nt S P. M.
Tho annual recital takes place
Thiysdny evening at S o-elock nt the
opera house. Admission Is tree to nil
of the commencement entertainments
except the last recital, tile proceeds
of which go for school purpose. Tho
recitals arc undor tho auspices of the
departments tit music, elocution and
physical culture. Piogrnius of the en
Uirtainments, which have ..ot been
printed before , are found In other
colunuiH of this Issue.
There are seven gracuutes ol the
Hlpli School this ycut" Misses Sallle
Ilurdctto, Hllzuhctb Higgins, Km ma
Hays, Vera Totten, Joseph Hopper,
Lester O'Danuon and Wallace Single
ton. ADDITIONAL LOCALS.
The star Held and poultry lence
Washington red cedar and cypress
shingle nt your own price Tho June
Hon City Lumber Co., JuncUon City
J. D. bteenbergens sells, builds, re
pairs nnd ndjusts scales at rocK bot
tom prices. See him for prices beiore
you buy. Address Crab Orchard, Ky.
That hustling concern the Junction
City Lumber Company Is preparing
to build a nice addition to thc homo
of J. W Hocl.er at Hustonvlllo and al
so preparing to put up n handsome
new homo for Hugh Moore at Danville.
U-t us again insist, that when bend
ing this office items, please be sure
and send your name. Wo do not wish
to print It but must :invo It certain.
For Sale. A good mare, works ev
erywhere, .1-w eoks'-oltt mare colt at
side. See (!. Daumniin, It. D. ::, Stan
The Lancaster vJr.uled School has
engaged tho Adams Amusement Com
pany to give a street fair or carni
val In IjMicaster lor one week begin
mug Monday .May 2ith. It consists ol
ten big feature, shows Including a hip
podrome show, elcctrodromo, Dig Joe,
the aeroplane girl, Dixto Uind Min
strels, Vaudeville, Daftyvllle, Tho
1 1 road way Dells etc. All are high
grade moral attractions. There will
also be a lerrls wheel and a merry
go around. Two free attrncUons dally
by a high diver who dives one hundred
and twenty-eight feet.
Lolt on hand, five riding cultivators.
Will sell them at a bargain. Pence
'Jraduating presents in great varie
ty at Mueller's tho Jeweler. tf
Carrlago painting, rubber tiring,
and repairing at prions you can't beat
anywhere. J, n. Ely, Junction City,
Special prices on odd dressers. W
A. Trlbble. 3!-2
W. S. Flih repre'ents only to "e-t
and strongest Insurance companies.
Let him keep yuu protected. 34 tf
I act Dow selling the latest mags-
xlaes and newspapers, aire we your
subscriptions. 1 can save you money,
G. I. N. Sllleck, HustonvlUe. U-4eoL
Wedding present at Mueller' cf
For HenL Four room cottage, good
pavements gooditablc, lots, and gar
den, and 4 acroa paatnre land attach
ed. V. M. Jlrlght, Au.m. 38-tf.
Jlr. Kthel Morgan, a young woman
ot tho Highland section, died at her
home) last Frlday ana was burled af
ter service at the Highland Metho
dist church by Kev. Comb. Sho was
the daughter of John Young and
leaves many friend and rotative to
mourn that slug Is no more.
LosL Detwoen Hubble and Stan
ford brown, spotted glass-eyed bitch.
Hcward for return to Tom Dourne, Jr.,
Lost. KIvo shares Lincoln county
National Dank stock. Return to Lin
coln County National Dank. 39-3p.
Let me Insure your tobacco against
loss or damage by hall, tho tobacco
growers' worst enemy. Lojv rate. R.
M, Newland AgsnL g-100
I am tho agent In this section
for tho Oroat American Steamship
line to all European points.
See mo, when you think of traveling.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
The Hustonvllle Roller Mill Com
pany a corporation under the laws of
Etate ot Kentucky, doing business In
thc town of Hiistonvllle , Kentucky.,
Is now closing up Us business an a
'orporhtlon. All persons having claims
ngalnst It will present tbem for pay
menL L. T. Young Sec.&Treas. 22-8
SAVED MANY FROM DEATH
W. L. Mock, of Mock, Ark., believes
ho has saved many lives In his 25
jenrs or experience In tho drug busi
ness. "What I always like to do he
writes," "Is to recommend Dr. King's
New Discovery for weak, sore lungs,
hard colds, hoarseness, obstinate
coughs, la grippe, croup, asthma or
other bronchial affection, for I feel
sure that a number of mv neighbors
are alive and well to-day because they
took my adlre to use it. I honestly
believe Its tho best throat and luns
medicine that's made." Kasy to prove
bo's right. Get a trial bottle free, or
regular 50 cent of t bottle. Sold by
Penn)'a Drug Store.
Low- excursion fares Sunday May
twenty-eight between Louisville, Lex
ington, Danville, Georgetown, Law-
renceburg, IUirrodsburg, Shelbyvl'Je,
r.nd Versailles and Intermediate sta
tions, in each direction. 41.50 between
Lexington, Danville, Georgetown and
Louisville for the round-trip, tlcketi
limited to return on date of sale. Pro
portionately low- rateh between Inter
mediate points. Consult any Southern
Pnllway Agent or write. H. C. King,
CTA. Lexington. Ky.. A. It. Cbk, DPA
Louisville, Ky., J. C, Beam, Jr., AGPA
St. Louis Mo.
DIES OF HEART TROUBLE AT
HENOERSONVILLE, N. C.
Stewart Hover, the JT-year-oId son
ot .Mr D. G. Gover ol tho West Knd,
died at Hendofsonville, N. C, where
with his mother ho hau been for his
health for some time. His death was
directly due to heart trouble, though
ho nnd suffered with puimonary trou
bio for some time. The young man
was n member of tho Daptlst church
end seemed to have a splendid futuie
boloro Ulni when ho was stricken
His father went south to attend thu
burial which took place In the ceme
tery at Hendertjonvllle. Mr. Govoi'
bad not seen his young son for Bonie
tlinu and is deeply distressed at his
death and he has the sympathy of a
largo number of friends In his be
reavement. GUM SULPHUR.
Mrs. Wilton Helchcr and family are
visiting friends on the Somerset and
Crab Orchard road.
Mr. Alex SmlUi wns at home Sat
urday night and Sunday, but went
back Monday accompanied by his
wife and son.
Harmon Simpson was In Gum Sul
Dan Turner Is very low with. meas
les. Miss Sarah Osborne, ot Richmond,
Is nt home sick of measles.
Messrs. Joe and Derry Howard wero
in Gum Sulphur Sunftay.
Miss Ida Smith visited friends In
Lrodhend last week nnd reports a
Mr. J. W. Harrison was calling on
his girl Sunday.
Mr. Alex Smith bad a nice swarm ot
of bees one day last week, as ho wai
not at home Mr. Guy Roberts was
Kind enough to save them for him.
LOCAL BOYS GET
FOUR HOME RUNS
IN ONE-SIDED GAME AGAIN8T
LANCA8TER LAST WEEK
FINAL 8C0RE 15 TO 3.
For the second time this season, the
Stanford High School ball team smoth
ered tho lad from Lancaster Saturday
afternoon, the game being played horo
on last Thursday and tho final score
being 15 to 3. Tho game was featur
ed by heavy slugging of the local lads.
for once they got Lhelr eye on the ball
a total of tour home runs were batted
ouL Krrors on the part of tho visi
tor helped In the run making, and
for a whllo It looked like a moxry-go-around
Doty pitched good ball for linens
tor at spells, but the poor support
accorded him at stagos was enough
to make the best pitcher take to avla
tlon. Singleton started the gam0 for
Stanford, and while tho visitors hit
him rather easy during tho six Innings
he officiated, he kept their blnglea
well scattered, and their three runs
were all duo to errors in the part of
local fielders, Alter thc visitors had
scored twice In the sixth, Capt. Mc
carty sent Kmbry to tho firing lino
in the seventh and ho held tho Garrr
lads runless during tho rest of the
game nnd nllovved them but one hit.
Mike Penny led the local lads In
batting, getting a home run, a single
and three, bagger out of five times up.
The other home run kids were McCar
ty. Singleton, and Kmbry. Each was
presented with a handsome necktie by
that progressive gents' furnisher II. J.
McUoberts, who La8 had a standing
orfer or a necktie for a home run and
a sodawater lor each run made by
the Stanford players.
Stanford worked three or her substi
tutes during the game and all showed
up nicely. None of the three got a
hit, but they swung well. Tom Cole
man caught two Hies lu left field.
Spalding Hill smuggled one as did An
derson. The score- was:
STANFORD . AB R H PO A E.
Dozler ss f. 0 0 2 1 1
Penny c a 3b f. a 3 S 2 0
McCarty lb 5 118 0 0
H. Coleman rf ! 1 2 0 0 0
Singleton p & 2b ...b 2 1 0 2 o
Waters 3b & c 3 2 0 1 0 0
S. Hill cf 3 0 0 1 0 I
Anderson ir 2 1 0 1 0 0
T. Coleman If 2 2 0 2 0 0
Kmbry 2b & p 4 2 2 4 1
38 15 'J 27
LANCASTER AB R H PO
Robinson lb 4 0 1 11
Mcltoberts cf 4 0 1 2
Holcomb rf 4 0 3 0
Miller ss I 1 0 0
Schooler 3b 4 1 0 1
Dastln c 4 1 0 'J
Joseph If I o 1 0
Doty p 4 0 1 0
Kinnulrd lb 4 0 1 1
3d 3 S 21 13 8
12545C78 It T
. 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0-'
Earned runs Stanford (J; home
runs Mike Penny, McCarty and Sin
gleton; Three base nt Penny; Two
baFO hits H. Coleman, Joseph. Stol
en bases Peuny 2, McCarty 2, II. Cole
man 2, Singleton 2, Waters 3; Kmbry'
2, Hill, Anderson, T, Coleman, Hol
comb 2, Miller, Schooler 2, Hautlii,
Joseph. Left on bases Stanford 1;
Lancaster 7; struck out by Doty 7;
by Singleton 7; by Erobry 4; base
on balls off Doty 2; hit by plt,chcr
by Doty Waters; by Singleton Rob
inson. Hits off Singleton six In
sixth Innings; oft Kmbry 1 Ic 3
Dings'. Double play Miller to Kobin
sun to Dastln. Umpires Rico and Ilout
IS YOUR 8KIN ON FIRE
Does It seem to you that you 'can't
stand another minute of that awful
That It MUST bo cooledT
Thut you must have relief?
Get a mixture ot oil and winter
green, thymol, and other soothing In.
grcdients as compounded only In D.
D. D, prescription.
The very first drops STOP that aw.
ful burlng Instantly!
Tho first drops soothe and heal!
D. D. D., gives you, comfort clean
ses tho skin ot all impurities ana
washes away pimples and batches
Take our word on it as your local
druggist Get a J 1.00 or a 5 cent
bottle today. , Shugars and Tanner
I Stanford. Ky.
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